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NORWICH BULLETIN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1922 1798 1922 NOR WICH BULLETIN and Courier 12S YEARS OLD Prlalad ew.-J caj la taa far aacaBt Boaday. KuNarrlDUCD D.-lc Jia a 59o a walks K(l a far. RntOTMl at th. testacies It, Ncrvtek. Coern. pmtB4-Haia SiafieT Titoitm GOK. Ir!n B-,i!n-i Oirc. aao. Bu.laUa i;i?U.rtAl iImm 13-3. Ualleun job Oocm. 33-3. niyaiintlc OfTlff. 31 Clilrca St. Telwboaai Norwich, Monday, Nov. S7, 193. !t -j.CiAI rUI Ta Awlt. J-ti -rcsItrJT astftlad r is. us? for reriliiltt-llon of all uawa daiajalrb- f. mdiLtd t:. 11 o" r.iu o'lMrrwlM eivdllMl ta Cila c arnl alo it.T l'.cal aewa DUbUatud be-ftn. A 1 rlr.it. ar rnnVlratloa at apadal flet- ntftm birrtn arv i Mentd languish in jaH without a hearing for an indefinite period. It is not a matter that ought to he delayed. When the attorney general seeks an early hearing it Is no more than ought to be expected. The idea of holding such a demand over a cabinet member and the head of the department of justice is unjust. If there is any ground for asking for impeachment it should be possible for those making the demand to disclose it, and do their ut most in aiding the results which they desire to obtain. On the other hand if it is impossible to produce the persons or the facta to support impeachment ac tion, it is only fair to the accused that there should be a removal of suspicion and the charges shown to have no foun dation. That is what the house judic iary committee is apparently striving for in its demand upon the representa tive who sought impeachment action. CIRCULATION WEEK ENDING NOV. 25th, 1922 11,965 strrnnriNo the A slroi:-- a Ms TROLLEYS. 'n made by the residents "' Kat Lyme againrt the dis continuing of Hip trolley service over ;i certain portion "C llii? lino running to Klamierj in that town. This is part of a system that ' has suffered severely from decreased patronage and the rea son ciun f T the desire rf the com pany to now reduce (he mileage on that line is that H ii:ts Iwn operated at a loss ov. r a wm-MeraMc period and inut comiriiii; In .hi so unless it is per mitted to tike up I hat section of track. Trolley .. rv':L: i- depended upon by the pu;i:c fr reaching outlying com munities, it is cheap method of transportation and the service is fre- luent. It is forlunnte that the trolley romnanks have li?en able to so reduce operating expense 3 that it has been pos yiltie to maiMiain service on many of the lin.-y wilt re :t has been difficult to meet e.vrriMt'y.. l-ur ii deplorn-Me when s-Tvic; is lnuiuuiincil where patronage s not ruitieU-nt to keep the company .'rom ci'inr slr-adily in the hole. That WOMAN IN LIFE AND IN THE KITCHEN rieenis to i'O tilt T.yme r a 1 tvii'. t., ilis. -.-.l : in- -ttiaTta'n i';i'":.t no hettt t i.all iniicii c.i itii'i.'.r-: i:ojnnari" -,vhi-h nin;r in iiiart an ov'iroini.'ig it. It is OH' tii in the tiori'i Lyme fcliouid situation on this East 'e he company desires -"iee. Tt is willing to ' even when it " does iiioto etias meet but not ia?i lie directed at a lia been steadily run I fees no prospects of U-.' most natural tilings that tlio people of East prutt t against the loss of such service. It indicates the value of it and the dependence placed upon it. Real appreciation of such an assst is too often disregarded until the los of it is threatened. Understanding the Mtuaron concerning the operation o ears over the section of the road that reaches to Flanders, it is not impossible that the pf'Tle affected will be willing to give their patronage to the electrics rather than some other mode of trans portation. It is much easier to keep trolley lino in operation these days than it is to permit it to be dismantled and then seek a new one, or to expect lo pet as 3oj'l and cheap service from some other method. (kOr ADVICE FOB ALL TTrj5 Because it has been experiencing a series of fights, some of which ,have been sufficient to arouse suspMon, the belief exists in Springfield that a fire bug is at work, and warnings have been issued by the chief of the fire de partment to the householders to clear away all accumulations of rubbish and inflammable material and keep . doors .".id windows securely- locked against in truders. Tfcat advice roust he looked unon as excellent but it is only what should be given to the people of a comn.unttr every so often in order that tVy may take the needed steps in behalf of tire prevention. That course should be fol lowed whether there in a firebug at work or not. or wtother sneak thlres may be makir.g an unpleasant v.s'ta t on. There is nothing that aids those whr are determined i- set fires or to enter and steal than t.1 unlocked vimtow and dj-or. or tbi accumulation s ma teria! that burns cii'clsly and fiercely. The firebug i a menace that cannct be too quickly apprehended and placed under restraint He can create tt-rr.f about as qtickly as anyone, and it makes no difference to him whether property alone, or human life as vrell, Is at stake. The greater the excite ment and the worse the fire the happwr he apparently is. For that reason there is big value at tached to the work that can be done for self protection. But a lire is abhorred quite as much whatever the cause may bo. and if it is possible through greater vigilance to increase the difficulty of those seeking to burn property, it must be evident that through the same exer cise of care those fires which occur through carelessness can also be pre vented. Keeping buildings free of the mater ial that invites the application of a match or torch is an important all year duty. A great part of the fire waste and the enormous losses that are suf fered each year could be easily orerw come if there was this same alert at tention given to keeping down fire haz ards as the fire chief of Springfield is urging upon the people of that city. SUGGESTIONS FOR ! THE HOUSEWIFE Milk kept in a large, shallow basin will remain sweet for a longer time than if kept in a deep jug. It is well to know that in storing away silver for some time it will not become tarnished if first packed in dry flour. When sending parcels a distance in the mail, it is wise to wrap them in several papers, each one addressed and tied, so if the outer wrapping come off the destination will still be known. The saw-like roughness of a coliar that is beginning to wear may be ov ercome by rubbing the edge with a piece of paraffin wax. And yet the collar win not be soiled, by the wax. Pickled wain tits are delicious if mix ed with the salad to be served with egg mayonnaise. When dusting carved f urnitnre use a painter's brtfeh with moderately stiff bristles. When washing glassware use borax instead of soda. This prevents any greasiness, and the glasses polish more easily. To remove the odor of fish from sil verware add a spoonful of mustard to the, washing-up water. China and cooking utensils that have become stained oan usually be clean ed by rubbing with ammonia. The seauB of cane bottomed chairs, if slack, can be tightened quite easi ly. Sponge both sides with hot ends and salt, dry out of doors and then iron the seats. Use a hot iron and a damp cloth. Diluted cold tea is one of the best cleaners of varnished paint-work. It is wen when making bread and doing other work, to set the alarm at the time the bread is ready to come out of the oven. There will then be no danger of the bread getting too brown or of its turning. To cleanse a grater of the particles of cheese, lemon rind or other foods that adhere to it use a small wire brush. One kept strictly for the pur pose should always hang beside the grater. WHEN BUYING SPONGES It is always advisable to pay a good price for a sponge. The cheaper qual ities eoon fall to pieces. The new rub ber sponges are very excellent, and wear quite as long as the natural va riety. Before rising a new sponge soak it for twenty-four hours in water, so that it is perfectly free of all irritating particles. Never put soap on a sponge, for it wilt soon make it slimy and use less. Net baskets should be provided for every bathroom, one for each sponge, with the owner's name on each basket. This precaution is es pecially necessary where there are small children. MARKS ON LINOLEUM Light-colored linoleum Is very at tractive for the kitchen and bath room but in both apartments it is apt to get badly stained. If a mark refuses to come out after washing with soap and water, make a paste of fuller's earth and milk. Put this on and leave it for a little time before "washing off and drying with a duster. FANCY UMBRELLAS Black and white combinations ap pear to be the corning craze in umbrellas. The betst liked of the early show ing are those with Japanese hand carved handles in ebony and white combinations. These carvings stand out with the beauty of the Japanese prints. They are selling at from ?16 to $18. At present umbrellas with amber handles, handle tips or rings are most liked. The natural wood used with the amber top is heavy, resembling a club. Side straps, some being plaited, are most in demand, although there is a fair call for rings. "AH My Chadren Have Benefited From Father John's Medicine Two years ago our whole family was sick with Influenza and it left us all with very distressing coughs. We tried Father John's MaKliciue and soon If we were aU entirely well again. We have found Father John's Medicine to be very good for throat and bronchial troubles. My three children always take it for a cold. It has built them un so that they seldom have a cold now." (Signed) Mrs.- J. Morgan, 3311 Lemp Ave.. St. Louis. Mo. Father John's Medicine nourishes those who are run down back to nor mal health. It is a pure food tonic and is safe for ail to take because it is guaranteed to be free from alcohol or dangerous drugs. Start taking it today. MUOH RIBBON IN USE Children's clothes, of course, are following in diminutive fstehion the same ribbon path. Little girls are twin rosebuds in their frocks of ribbon petals. And there is scarcely a frock in their small wardrobes but bears some dainty ribbon touch. As to hats, their little brimte droop under a wealth of ribbon buds or spring up to meet the ribbon fancy that adorns the crown. ed. Serve hot with thin bread and butter. Your invalid will thoroughly enjoy her unexpected snack. FOR BABY CAB TIRES When baby carriage tires wear down to the rim they can be made equal to new if gently eased out of the rim with the handle of a spoon and then revers ed. AVhen the tire slips from its rim paint the rim with oak varnish, press on the tire and leave it for six hours, when ti will be found as firmly fixed as when new. rilll.DERS' EXECUTION. Kurprifp has Tcen expressed in Eng land at the action taken in Ireland in the cxeeution of Erskine Childers. Pos- sib'y th's feeling arises chiefly from the faet that. Childers was an Englishman who had espoused the cause of De Va- lera and the Irfrh republic, and in doing so had di-fled the Irish Free State and its laws. Chiidus is not the only one who has piid the death penalty, but he is one of the leaders, and given credit for being the brains back of the De Valcra effort, and it is becaus-; of his prominence that jreatcr attention is paid to his execu tion. And yet there is no one respon MMe for his death in front of the firms 'quad lmt himself. He was determined not to rspuct the laws o the govern ment that represents the sentiment of tne. great majority of-Trish people. Fie was fully icoirnteant of the penalty and "y Ins act appeared to invite the cone- 3iiotic.es. it wouw have been possible for the Irish Free State to have overlooked his violation. It could have permitted him to live even though others had been put in death, lut such partiality would have been looked upon as a weakness of the new government ami an inability to en .orce its laws. It would have been charged with being afraid to' deal with the strpng but devoting its efforts to dealing with the weak. It was a ea: wliero the new govern ment was called upon lo show whether Its Inws could be disregarded with im punity. It had put forth repeated warn Ings and it had been challenged in its ability to carry out its established laws. it has been declared that such a dras tic step would, arouse resentment and retaliation, .but that would be no differ-' ent than is being experienced at the present time, or than has (been for long perioa. Those who are creating terrortsm In Ireland have been shown hy the new government that it meaus Imsinera. Those who are inclined to follow the course that Childers has been pursuing get a new warning. It was ap parentiy itgurea that it was the only thing that could be done under the cir cumstances if the Free State wasn't to weaken its position. THK D-iCGHERTY; MATTEB. There is good reason why the judi Eiary committee of the lower house A BIG JOB. Those efforts which are directed to ward the elimination of illiteracy in this country are certainly well directed. 'there is a great and crying need for making it possible for each one to read and write, and for all those in this country to do so in the English lan guage m view or me fact mat there are states which show little or no progress in the reduction of HlHeracy and others where there is only a small percentage of betterment, it is a big job which the American legion has tackled when it seeks to eliminate illiteracy in this country by 1927. Much can be done in five years but possibly . the enthusiastic legion members will have a better re alization of the size of the job they have tackled after that period haa passed. It is, however, an undertaking against which no word of discourage ment should be said. The accomplish ment of their effort is to be greatly d sired. Not only does it deserve com mendation but it should get all possible support. With the legion members working to an end which other forces have long been struggling for greater progress should be obtained even though the goal is not reached. The legion is advocating as ah aid to such work the absolute curtailment of immigration for a period of five years. It is well to remember that all illiter ates do not come from abroad, and all who come from aibroad are not illiter ates by any means. The literary test cannot be regarded as a test for the nj ture citizenship of those seeking admis sion to the country and should not be. The national welfare must be taken into consideration in connection with immi gration restriction and what might seem advisable juso now might be highly in advisable a year- or two from now. There is need for meeting all newcom ers, However, with strong Americaniza tion efforts. EDITORIAL NOTES. If it is necessary, it is well to get the Thanksgiving appetite in training. There will be a united move agamst the turk at; other points than at. Lau sanne this week. Are you anticipating any tftjuble mak ing up a list of things you have reason to be thankful for? KEEP FOOD CHOPPER BUSY Grind your bread crumbs as you need them. Keep the dried bread in a jar and make into crumbs ae needed. Grind your own peanuts for peanut butter and all sandwich pastes. When making vegetable soup, put the vegetables through the grinder. Grind your own cocoanut. Grind your cranberries when malt ing cranberry sauce, as well as the sugar when it gets lumpy. Apple butter may be made in a Jiffy if the apples are first put through the food chopper. NEEDLEWORK NOTES A semimade bedspread of muslin has a striking design of basket and flowers, to be worked in large French knots. The flowers are brought out in several colore while the basket is worked in black. Hand towels of every conceivable design are stamped and ready to em broider. The samples are worked in very gay colors and the effect is very good. Or, if one desires, they could be worked in all white. Bone rings on which to draw up the top of a small handbag are usually buttonholed over with silk. Darning silk doJs them in a third of the usual time required for the task. Lampshades are made of fine white batiste, as a foundation for all sorts of odds and ends of old bits of em broidery and lace. Hand embroidery and real lace, of course. These yel lowed bits are sewed together in patchwork fashion and are edged with frill of narrow lace, then draped over a wire lampshade covered with rose or golden yellow silk. WEALTH AND BEAUTY All convalescents are apt to become a little peevish and irritable. Try and humor them as much as possible. Ir ritabuity is often, a good sign, as it shows the patient is taking an ac tive interest in everything around him. When the skin is not as fine and white an might be desired for beauti ful shoulders, gentle massage daily with the aid of a good skin lotion gives the shoulders that soft, white appear ance which is so attractive. After massaging the unabsorbed lotion should be wiped off with a feoft tow el before the skin is washed with soap and warm water. Cleansing with the lathered hands is preferable to a sponge or cloth, and less likely to ir ritate tender skin. If you want to reduce a double chin, massage more vigorously and exercise more vigorously and omit the flesh building cream. Use a kneading mo- essary fleshy bag just beneath the tion with the fingers over that nec- chin. This literally dislodges and dis tributes the sofe fatty tissue. Finish with a cold rinse or spray the skin with toilet water, or if possible rtrb a piece of ice. Remember that in re ducing more vigorous measures are necessary than in exercising to keep me enm young. Many women make a practice of lying down alter lunch, but it is un wise to do so until the meal has been digested). A heavy, sleeping feeling Succeeds slumber, under the wrong conditions. All . confining clothing ougnt to oe removed, and a cosy cov erlet drawn up, while strong light snouKt be excluded. The habit of tafc. ing "forty winks" in a chair, however comfortable, has by no means the res torative. qualities of resting the limbs at length with clothing loosened about tne waiet. - MENDING THE UMBRELLA If you suddenly discover that your umbrella has a hole right near the top, take a small piece of black stock ing plaster, or ink a white piece, and soak it until soft, place it over the hole, on the wrong side, and let it dry. It will prove quite satisfactory until the regular umbrella mender can be reached. Once again the allies agree on a united front. But Turkey, like Ger many, probably hopes to break it. The man oa the corner says: Cheer up, it takes these cold mornings to knock the bitter taste out of the tur nips. . We are getting to that season of ths year where much increased thought must be given to the Christmas shop ping. ' 1 . When New York teachers rebel at th r,f,inougn of holding school the entire ongress should call for the nrnsenfntlnn ! year they will oulckly enlist the sunnort of facts by the member who madej0 tne children. charges against Oanghcrty and sought his impeachmen! This committee wants the "persona in volved in eat:h transaction, the time and' place thereof, and the witnesses by which such facts can be established." - It is a matter which ought not to be left standing m the iposition it has oc rtipled since the claims were -made. Wild assertions which cannot be sup ported are grossly unfair. Either it Is possible to prove the charges that havo l.een made iind carry through the im peachment, or tlse those charges should bo removed and tha accused vindicated. Impeachment Is provided for in order to get relief from intolerable conditions, but there is no more justification for ' seeking such action against a " high of Lcial of the government without 4 dis posing of it than. Share is for the arrest f an ind'tvlduti 1 and ipermlttltig him tn Prom the way in which accidents oc cur and fatalities pile up on the high ways no one would ever think there was such a thing as 'safety first." ; The Greek minister of refugees calls the American warships "doves of peace" but the Turks insist they must get per mission to light in Turkish porta. LAUNDRY BAGS When making curtains for the bed room, purchase an extra two yards to fashion a laundry bag for the room. Nothing is more untidy and depress ing than soiled handkerchiefs or odd garments carelessly thrown down un til the maid collects them, and yet the ordinary laundry basket is an ngly af fair, and a large receptacle for soil ed linen is not plea&ant to keep in the bedroom. There should be a large one in a convenient place, where anyone may use It on a very top landing or in the housemaid's "cupboard' on the bedroom floor. The maid can then em pty all the individual laundry bags into this, and replace them in the bed rooms. A large washing teatin draw string tied in a big bow should com plete the chintz laundry bag, which will look quite pretty if left hanging from the knob of a chair. -There should also be a bag in the bathroom made of white linen, with the word bath room embroidered across in bold, bright colors. RECIPES Vegetable and Meat Soup Wipe two pounds of iihin of beef which is one- half meat and one-half fat and bone, and cut the meat into small pieces. Put it with two tablespoons of salt in to two quarts of cold water and let it stand one-half hour. Simmer for three hours, then add some pepper, one teaspoon of sugar, one cup of to mato, one-half a cup of cabbage, one half a small turnip, one sprig of pars ley and one piece of celery root. Cut all the vegetables up fine. Cook one hour longer, strain and cool. When ready to use, remove the cake of fat, bring the stock to a boil and add more salt if needed. Dried Fruit Soup Take .one-half cup of dried apples one-fourth cup each of prunes, raisins and currants, wash well and soak overnight in two quarts of clear water. Then set, on to cook in the same water in which they have soaked, adding a small stick of cinnamon, and boil gently until the fruit is soft. Add boiling water to re place what has boiled away, add a lit tle lemon juice and sugar to taste and two tablespoons of sage, oatmeal. or cornstarch to thicken slightly. The fruit may be left whole if preferred or rubbed through a sieve. Salt to taste. r MERCHANTS OF HAPPINESS Exchange smiles for frowns songs for despair soothing contentment for rasped and warped nerves. Each Brunswick Phonograph of ours stands as a noble monument of happiness and good cheer! As merchants selling the BRUNSWICK we are really-dealers in Joy and Gladness. BRUNSWICK No. 200-41 10 J .USE DARNING SULK There are any number of uses to which a card of darning silk can be put- It is invaluable for making "mil linery stitch" to attach a wing, or keep a feather m place when trim ming a hat Shoe buckles have a vexing way of coming off and to sew them on with ordinary silk or cotton is a most thankless job. it breaks again almost at once. A couple of stitches with a fine darning needle and darning silk. ana the job is neatly and wrongly done. When attaching a belt to a frock with a few strong stitches, use darn ing silk, and for Stringing heavy beads nothing is better than darning silk black, white or grey, used double. Will you let us show you that it costs less to own one than to be without one? Talk it over tonight with the family, and stop in tomor row and see us. The Talking Machine Shop 24-34 FRANKLIN SQUARE New Governor Of Constantinople Today's Anniversaries 1778 A British expedition against Georgia sailed from New York. 1S94 Sir Julius Benedict, the cele brated conductor of English op era, born in Stuttgart. Died in London, June 3, 1885. 1830 Edwin arrest made his formal debut as an actor at, the Walnut Street theatre in Philadelphia. 1S56 Hendrik Tollens .the great na tional poet of Holland, died at Ryewick. Born at Rotterdam in 1780. 188S Eight Indians connected with the Riel rebellion were hanged at Battleford. 18S5 Alexandre Xtamas (Bis), famous French dvamatist and novelist died. Born July 29, 1824. 1S00 Cushman K. Davis, United States senator from Minnesota, died at St PauL Born at Henderson, N. T., June 16, 183. 1918 Priests of the Roman Catholic archdiocese of San Francisco pe titioned President WHson to sup port the claims of TTCTand for in dependence. 1921 Nine killed and many iujured in moving picture theatre fire at New Haven. 1921 Marshal Foch made" a tribesman by Sioux Indians at Bismarck, X. D. Too many of those who fail to head the "drive slower" appeals of their friends never liwe to receive asecond warning against' their dangerous driv ing. 'r ' ' '"t" '" J- Inasmuch as it is necessary to keen out of the way of trafflo or take the consequences , ln Paris, jf Clemencea is probably properly traund for gettin; across the street while ova here. DICTATES OF-FASHION - iiany full-length Paisley coats as well as short Paisley jackets .are worn. Avoid forming verbal or written agree ments. Make no promises and take unusual steps m your daily business. One white velvet bandeau showed bias bands of gold and bronze ecrotes the white velvet American Beauty chiffon is - fre quently noted in the evening. Chin chilla, rabbit and short Jackets of mine or white rabbit as also much in evidence. Gowns and wraps lately have shown partiality to white; red, Intense green and black. ... Collars and cuffs of embroidered net in deep shadets of ecru are increasing ly popular in tba Poiret twill models created for early, spring wear. Metallic ribbon in narrow bands was seen recently on the sleeves and side panels of a Poiret twill dress, forming a basket , weave design. The pattern wals left open and lined with a bril liant shade of red-. " Dark street gowns which, either at the sleeves or in some way, 'contrive to show a -bright under-slip or facing are numerous. Bright blues and greens seem most in favor for these flashes of color. . . ;: Beaded velvet, ' dresses are worn, crystal, and steel beads leading, and In colors, all shades of green, and some Mohawk and tangerine are. rioted fre quently, as well aa black velvets with rhinestones and crystals. . - ,. When a drees or hat has a strong decided color, it is not advisable to use a complementary color of the same strength or luminosity, as it would form too striking a contrast, -A safe rule is to select lighter tints or dark er shades of the original color for trimming. The remarks made regard TWINE RUG FOR LIVING ROOM The use of twine for making at tractive and original rugs is jufat com ing into its own. The old rag carpet made a quaint rug, but like the an cient decorated bed quilt it has pas sed out of fashion. Rugs made of twine are. distinctive and decidedly good color combinations may be made quickly by anyone who can do sim ple crocheting. They add a home like touch to the living room and may be crocheted in with colors to match and harmonize with their surroundings. CONCERNING WOMEN Muriel B. Spring, noted European dancer, recently insured her legs for X,UVU,UW. Three Chicago women own, operate and control an investment company that caters exclusively to women. Queen Mary is one of the most hon ored women in England, she already having 23 honorary degrees. The fashion of plucking the eye brows has long been popular with the Araucanian Indian women of South America. ' The increasel sales of cigarettes in this country is attributed to the hun dreds of thousands of women who have joined the ranks of smokers. ' ' Mrs. Corn Liifbery, of St Louis, Mo probably holds the record for the num ber of divorces granted to one woman, she is said to have nine to her cred it. - Today's Birtbclays Sir William Orpen, the official paint er of the peace conference, born 4 years ago today. Grant Hall, long prominent as an executive of the Canadian Pacific Rail way, born in Montreal, 59 years ago to day. Eugene Walter, author of Paid in FuM. The Easiest Way, and other buc cessfnl plays, born in Cleveland, 48 years ago today. Leslie J. Bush, star pitcher of the New York American league baseball team, born at Brainerd, Minn., 30 years ago . today. -a aavnaaatr imiaai view CO. an ream Rafet Pasha, new Governor of Constantinople, who is responsible for the suppression of the Turkish, Senate. Though ths Nationalist civil pow er, with Rafet Pasha at the head. Is In control in Constantinople, tho Allies have refused to loosen their military grip. The Allied High Commissioners will hold the Turks to the pact entered into at Mudanla. Sweden chanced to f!nd it- He o re tained permission to ooen the fossil wi'h a chisel and his operation" aroux-d the interest of tbo scientists the worid over. He found the brains, nerve canal and arterial canals, as well as the intri cate structure of the ear (some fishes h'l ears in those days) intact, preserved in stone and giving a previously unthourtit of opportunity for studying the interns structure of the extinct specimen. Tfci Pathfinder. KheUatau An attempt is to be msdt next January by the board of cducatioi to secure from the board of apportion ment an appropriation of SC. 500 to con struct an addition to the White Hill school. ring BETTER THAN CALOMEL Thousands Have Discovered Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a Harmless Substitute Dr.Edwards'Olive Tablets thesub. etitute far calomel are a mild but sure laxative, and their effect on the liver is almost instantaneous. These little olive colored tablets are the result of Dr. Edwards' determination not to treat liver and bowel complaints with calomeL The pleasant little tablets do the good that calomel does, but have no bad after effects. They don't injure the teeth like strong liquids or calomeL They take bold of the trouble and quickly correct it. Why cure the liver at the expense of the teeth? Calomel sometimes plays havoc with the gums. So do strong liquids. It is best not to take calomel. Let Dr. Edwards' dive Tablets take its place. Headaches, "duUness' and that hzy feeling come from constipation and a disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets when you fed "logy " and "heavy." They "clear "cJouded bra r and "perk up "the spirits. 15c and 30c IN THE PUBLIC EYE NEW ASPECT TO FLOOR A good effect may he achieved if when painting floors that have old fashioned wide boards a line is drawn through the center of each board with a pencil before putting on the varnish, when you'll have a floor which looks like narrow boards. " " TEMPTING THE INVALID An invalid's appetite so 'often re quires tempting that the foUlowing hint will prove useful. Banana caramel is a dainty morsel that, will help an invalid to tackle a slice or two of thin bread and but ter. ',.-.. It is very simple to make. Into a small basin scrape the soft part of one banana. 6Ldm a tablespoon of cream from the top of the milk, un less you have fresh cream handy. Beat well into the banana with a fork and add one heaped teaspoon of sugar. Add a wit (walnut shte) of butter and beat the mixture well. Heat the mix ing good combinations hold - rood for ture in a small enamel saucepan over trimming also , v . . , .v a low ,gt until the butter ha tnslt- The Earl of Cavan, -whose marriage to Lady Joan Mulholland. a niece of Lord TJyng, governor-general of Can ada, takes place today in London, is a famous British soldier who now holds the important post of chief of the im perial general staff. Lord Cavan was; born In 1865 and succeeded in his title: upon the death of his father, the ninth earl, in- 1900. The latter distinguished himself in the royal navy, while the son adopted the army as his profession. In his early career he was attached to th staff of Lord Stanley of Preston, then governor-general of Canada. He serve with distinction in the South African , war and in the late European conflict he had command of the British 14tii ' Army Corps. Last year he vlsReU; America as one of. the representatives of the British war office at the Wash ington conference. Lord Cavan has al ways been much addicted to sporting and racing, and has quite a reputation as a musician. wouldn't you all like to put around me and sine? Ttukv rn.ni nirt wUllnav suiff thm wmm began. But another teacher in the building almost broke it up when she said: "Rings look eo nice around Rosy It seems too bad no man ever succeed ed in getting one around Rosy's finger." Wise tad. The teacher had been explaining fractions to her class. When she had discussed the subject at length, wish ing to see how much light had been shed, she inquired: "Now, Bobby, which would yon ra ther have one apple or two halves?" The little chap- replied promptly: "Two halves." "Oh. Bobby." exclaimed the young woman, a little disappointed. "Why should you prefer two halves?" "Because then I could see if it was bad inside. Copyright tttf Oregoa CUy.Orecaa n .j, The ' it Picture Tells Aaeieut Flak 400,000,000 years ago .accord- Stories That Recall Others There Are King and King. " - She -is a primary teacher and shortly after school began this fall she took her pupils into the yard to teach them how to play "Ring Around a Rosy." ' She wished to make it more real so she said they should imagine that her name was Rosy . and then said, "Now CumsteEdsVi ormSynip Ta rhilaVaai mm. Mek of aTaerey. Where Vrmftemm are feilswed. IT NKVfcB. FA1U4. Despite aceraitr aavl emama -eoa of SANTONIN, tt centaia fall daaw. Weed sixty yam tee. Sold everywhere ar hr aaaatt. Me battle. Btf. C. A. Tiartaaaa. M. hnuaaabkh x Operaliaa ea Some ing to the way science figures, an ocean covered most of America. About that time a strange fish, "macropetalicb thys by name, died from some un known cause and sank to the ocean bed near Leroy, X. Y.' About 399.S00 years later (in the nineteenth century) its fossilized remains were dug up by an enterprising geologist and were ex hibited at the Chicago world's fair In IStI, where it was bearlded as a splendid specimen of Devonian fish. After the fair it was laid away and forgotten until Dr. Erik Stensio, of- Stockholm Need a PhmawT TeLSl? J. . BARSTOW A CO. 23 V,'tar Street GLASS PUTTY PAINT Hardware Tools Cutlery Examine our line of Aluminum War THE HOUSEHOLD Sulletia BuUdieo. 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