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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1914. '
: m - w m - - - m i t t l- t i I i . - m m i ... m . m - r t m m j . m. j i - i ANNOUNCEMENT. LcadlD j hat cleaoers. Prices raod- . erate. We sell the latest styles in Panama and Felts. Work called for and delivered. Dlalsdell Building. CS95-m BICYCLE SUPPLIES. S. Komeia, wholesale id i4 It tall -ide&Ieri In; hicycjea and., accsoriesf IUnir street near Punchbowl street. BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES. We have Juet received a,fcplendt3 qri inpplyfof 'PREMIER 'CicycJea frtc j mainland: also supplies. H. Yo-.li.- !maga,'j2l8 Emma near B$rtatf. 5C90-tf BUY AND SELL. Diamonds, watches and Jewelry iouj -j old and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fc;t , it. - - I 1 1 CAFE. Rcyil Cafe, everything the test t il popular prices; fine home cooklrsi prorapt service; Berctania, nr. Fcrt IU crp. fire station. K. Ktkwo, Pr ' 1 1 .. . . , . . . Soften Cafe, coolest place in towa. i After tte thow drop In. j Dpea day ' t-i ti-U. Bijou theater. Hotel , l2Hf '! i ; . i - '- . r - - bla Lunca Roca; quick eerrlcs cleanlineg evr ootto; open cay tijjU. Hotel, cpp. Bethel ftreet l : Li: i! "Tre Er3." 'Ecthel let Hotel and . . i:i -j. A rico ilsce to eat; fise. Sun Wb;.CJ61d arul.SihTrsirUli:i ma ma tcllzz.' Open tijht and day. terlal' and ; "work guaranteed.' If not krCC3-tt - , satisfactory money wiH be refund- t tc T.-n.r: -ir 1;:?t creaed.-- liotel'st. . BetfceL Medls at all .hours. " . 5S20-3m , ' L:;:.rit3. Alikea cor Merchant Et CCfiTRACTOR AND BUILDER. C-'-rr' YarratJa. ccneral contractor. r.F.timatea furaisLed. No. 208 Mc; - Ct'Lcz Building. Telephone 2157. t:c5-tx f--o Co., Canto tWg., Nuuanu anj, V.zcyard. Tel. 5151. Contracts for t " ::-r. j apcrhanging, cement v;:!:, clears vacant lots. k5327-tf Y. II'-trctM, re"?ral contractor, 2034 V. I l.o:;e ' Ueasoaable. A P. D C A C S. 3 tzl iiltl-g cards, engraved cr ia tttractlve Russia ' rcr? rtrr.t detachable , ;V;,:::ctH nffice. 5540-tf. :a cleaned.- :li to Pioneer Geaners, ccr, Alakea. . Prompt E312-1Q' ' I; ckthes. cleaned, pressed. '..1 E.re'ar.'-., ccr, PukoL C213-la . r expert clothes .cleaning. The IKns, at Maunakea, ; E319-lm I' CLEANING AND DYEING. -'I rrcl Clothes Cleaning und Dyeing ' - . - LLcp. CalPand deliver. e B. Yamatoya shirts, pajamas, klmo CUrcto, Deretanla. nr. Alapal Sti fl0B tQ order. Nuuanu near Pauahl. - . .-if r - I E523-tf - . i;otice TO SHIPPERS. ' The gasoline schooner KOMOKlLAi, ,fn ccr.rrarxd ct ' Caftala:.George :,R Piltz, will leave Pier 6 (Richards street ':Y"harf for TIaul and Molokal pcrts every TUESDAY It 5 p. m. and 1 cr windward - porta on Oahu . every Till DAY at 5 p. m. For .information rc:Tc!Ir.s rates, etc telephone 4133. KCMOILILA SHIPPING CO LTD. CS26-tf " '" ' ' t fjEv; ronic POLICEMEN : , g:::eu0JJsto beggars By Latest Mail . , , NEW YORK. A special agent for tl;o department of charities, who, dis guised as a beggar, told a hard-luck tale to a policeman, filed a report here ia. which he stated that 47 from among the 50 approached . are ready to lend a helping hand and some even a help ing dime to a poor fellow who is hun gry. - ; - . ; Commissioner . of Charities Kingsbury-; was rarticularly interested to learn, how, many. of. the police would jllrt-ct-hia counterfeit -panhandler- to DANCING SCHOOL TANGO.; Classes now open Thursdays. Fridays and Saturdays. 1 3 and 7:30 to 9:20 p. m. at the. large and small halls, Natiuoal Guard Armory. For further information call or phone A. K. Clarkef 118C Alakea, phone 427C. Associate to Prof. L. A. Hep burn, Instructor. " 5907-lm EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. Union-Employment Office, Tel. -1420. All kinds of help. G. Hlfaoka. Pro . prietor, 121Q Emma. cor. BeretanU. . Kakanihl, .64 Beretanla nr. Smith strtet, for good cooks, yard boys. , Phone ,4211: .residence. phone 451L , - .. .. 5246-tf, , v ; ;-f CUE E 'CLUB. Kaal Glee Club, 51 Young Bldg. TeL 3687, furnishes music any occasion. ' kSSSl-tf HAWAII'S MUSIC. Ernest K. Kaal, 51 Young Bldg, TeL ' 36S7, teaches vocal and instrument'l 5752-tf - : HAT . CLEANERS T.'Sato, cleaned, dyed and blocked; call, and delivers Kamanuwai, lane. ; nearjBeretania at, .Telephone ,?723. J jeweler: ed. 1121 Maunakea, nr. Hotel ftreet LIVERY STABLE. .First-class livery turnouts at 'reason able ratc. J'erritoryiXtTery Stable, 343 King, nr. Punchbowl Tel. 2535. ssig-tf 1 - - . - V : MACHINE SHOP. i Have your repair work done by ex- a. ir .11. i . r Soutb, near.Kin. 5921-lm - , , PAINTER. S. Shlrakl, 1202 Tuuanu; Tel. 4137. -Fainting and paperhanging. All work guaranteed. Bids submitted ' free. . 1 ,: k5328-tf .. ....... " printing;5 . We d not tfast ot low prices' which tifiiiaTlv co'nfclde' s? itb" txibr nualitv: r, . " , ' ; t . r f " - but. we fknpw now-.- to. put life, - hustle and go' Into-printed matter, and that is what talks loudest and 1 longest Honolulu Star-Bulletin Job Printing Department. Alakea Street; Branch ' Office, "Merchant street ' 5399-tf' SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS. V : YAMATOYA. ! 1 1250 Fort Lalrts pajamas, kimonos. 5752-tf SHIRTMAKER. Have your shirts. made to order .wana, 348 S. King street '. : 5918-3m " SHOEMAKER. Shoes repaired, soles nailed on. Beth el, cear King street . -; l' - 6918-tm - MOSQUITOES? PH0HE 3595 ; The Board 4)f Health requests all householders in Honolulu and vicinity who are troubled with mosquitoes - to telephone 3535 Ask for the Mosquito Man, and ' tell him your troubles. The mat ter will be immediately attend ed to.' : . 'I-. -- :' - s-'- ' the recently established ' municipal free employment bureau. - . s ' Only three of them made this sug gestion, bo, coupled with praise for their good sense and kindliness, some information will be given the force on the? usefulness of this bureau to men out of work, j" - 1 'iaBHMa - H ' Make It a Dai - L Tr y i t for a finv emi in gs" on 011 r say-so and YoiVnrea(l ';STAHIU1iLET rtj;ularjr thereafter. . - : : ."-" -'v- . ; : Thev point out effective wa .v of, soMng tl6 iieliVproblem" ami lioMing ilowh the Vost "of living. Army ft Navy, Merchant -Tailors;' op- tcnlate establishment; cleaning and trpafrfng. 1C4 Kingv cpr lilshop st. V ? W '5748 r ;'-' " j uMbreLLa' Maker; ; R. jMIznta. 1 Umbrellas made" and . re paired. 12S4 Fort: near Kukui.' Tel ..: ephone fSTlV-.O f: A . v -; , ;5553-tf VULCANIZING. Auto, Motorcycle and Bicycle Tires - Vulcanized., Talsho .Vulcanizing Co., 180 Merchant near ; Alakea Street Telephone 31S7; S. Saiki, manager. ;6(S18-tf , j .SURGEON .CHIROPODIST, Dr, R. BL-; Merrillr Mclnerny'a " Shoe , Store, Fort . abo,ve King. Trivate room for ladiesi . Charges 'reason - able. -r V-.; . 5918-tf BERLIN SOCIALISTS i HOLD MEETING TO r PROTEST AGAINST WAR! By Latest Mail . BERLIN. Excitement in Berlin ow Ing ; to . the Austrian attitude with re- gara w perv seven meetings were organized1 by, the. Social Democrats to protest, against war. , AJ1 the meetings were . over crowded, and c,large forces, of "police were ready to intervfene if necessary.' -Ai'thA termination of the meetings the Socialists end eavjored to inarch Jnf 8ic for. all qccaslcns; terms reason small groups to the imDerlal palace j able.- "John Camachd ' jnaaager; via, the Unter Den Linden; ; Several Ph0he 136. A- - ' ,; Sj221m hundred motorcars had also been. hired 1 -aasaaa - " to; convey Socialists to the places of. . - COLLECTOR. 5 1; iJ- meeting. : The ..demonstrations' culml ' " nated in an attempted march of sever-- W. I : Eaton, collector on commislon. al thousand Socialists down the y nterj Den Ll&den to the palace, shouting continually, "Down with the war!" The procession was , ultimately bro-1 ken up by the mounted police and the British "House of Commons, who was cpen space in front of the palace was - sentenced to hanged for treason dur carefully guarded b7 & cordon bf po- ing the Boer war., has recently been lice, no one being allowedf to pass. . ; , . 0 m ; m - The first producing oil well in Ven ezuela recently, was bored. '"-i Words made up of Itttt-rs iu cames "of liiill n giaiffliiisaipN I'd Ukc. to move to a pultl climate. : J XV I'. I lUimiYU 11Y 1UUU UI lyHabit; - PROFESSIONAL CARDS p44H U-1 f M ADE TR A ' EMBROIDER Y: ;k !'' 11 1 1 ". " ' " ' Mrs. Carolina , Fernandez. Unlbn :sL . Madeira embroidery, luncheon sets, ', Jiaby jcapfj and; dresses: ; Speclaliy of Initial and hemstitching," Reasonable. ? f.;k5322-lfr - MODISTE. Miss Nellie jjqhnson, ;i!19 ,TJnlo;st Evening gownsrlingeri6 dresses, " . .MILLINE RY.; ;. For latest creations in ,raillinery'4T1ie - PuJI'Hat Cd Nuuanu,vcor. PauuhL ' ' -5920-lm' ; HYDRAULIC ENGINEER.-. ' Jas. T. Taylor, 511 Stangenwald bldg consulting civil & hydraulic englu'r. .. Tc5375-tf MUSIC LESSONS. j Ernest K. KaaJ. 51 Youns Bldg.- TeL 3C87, guitar, .ukulele,: mandolin; ban- Jo, tither, -violin, ceUo and vocal J Bergstrbm lusic Co. ; Music and mu sical, instruments, f- 1020-1021 Fort street : t '- j". 5277-tf ; Vi6lln arid piano' taaght by expert 31 , w -v, 0 . - " . - 6919-lm - GLEE CLUB. v TVa 1TAiil.nl r.laa ftiif fnrnlahfig mn. ...Telephone 1842. ? ; ' . M 5891-tf Dr. Arthur Lynch. -member of the graduated by the b.igh school of elec tricityvin Paris, and taken out his license to drive a taxicab Jn the gay city. ' V'.--u v v "-- mm 1 8V . F-li-q? six countries. r V V ROOSEVELT TELLS ' Col. Roosevelt's -vigorous campaign should be allowed to enroll a reason against the Republican and Democrat ably short time before. primary day. Ic bosses of New York state Is arous- Last year we made a similar fight in ing extraordinary interest Local Pro- the city of New York for tbe-weifare gressives have received copies of the of a community of five million "peo following remarks by their leader on pie. This year we should In my Judg Aogust 5: : 1 ment apply the same principles tn the This is not a party organized pri- fight for the welfare of ten' million marily for men to get office. With us people. Last - year, very; properly, getting office for men of our party is there was no .insistence on fustoabe mercly an incident to rendering the low the me nat the head of the ticket best service the party can render. But The local contests were left toidake occasions arise such as the one last care of themselves. I should -suppose year in the City of New. York where that the same course would be follow, our highest duty is to join on a union - ed thU year. I have absolute, confl p la t form with men who -may differ dence In you, you leaders of the coun wlth us on many points, who on these ties and districts,; who are gathered points may not be as far advanced as here.today.X)f recent. yeara the great wear, but who on" the great Issues est service that has been rendered actually pending stand fojr what we !to New Yok state'has been tendered deem wisest and bes,C from.tie stand-1 by the' little band of Progressives, In point of the public good. -This is the the legislature, under the lead of Mi ease now In New York, state.. To. my chael Schaap, who have accomplished mind, all. talk for or against fusion; such an "extraordinary amount of 'good, as 'something abstract ,is beside .the from 'the standpoint of public Interest mark. ; It depends upon whom we fuse although with the " heaviest"- odds with, and upon the conditions andTobV aaThst-em?"YbV'men wno h'ive Sects 'of the fusion: Tofuse with cor- fcughtl fcthei,p(IacIpIe8j;flDri;whlch nipt men for an evjl purpose, or even we sUnd.have rendered ad. lncalcula for merely, a selfish purpose, would ; ble upblic. service, I .have conIfld(eace be a wicket thing; ;,To'f 19 with, the not ony In your 'integrity.' and, in .your decent: rank and file of both ; the 4 bid courage, but in your wisdom and judg parties Irf an effort In the common In- ment Whatever you wiahto.do and terest to destroy the bosses and the whatever; course you deckle locally machines, and to drive from power the will be the best I wish to back up and Bcurbons and reactionaries and the support to the best of my ability. men whose activities in politics pro-1 ''Now. gentlemen, this course that be the highest possible duty.J I firmly believe that when a man of the char-'f acter of Mr. Hinman, who.waa Mr. Hughes' right-hand -man, who stands for aggressive honesty, and who is openly aeainst Mr. Barnes no less than against Mr. Murphy, against the whole system or oi-paxxisan doss ruio.iu uusfemcient instrument tor getting- gooa state." will, make 'the -gallant "fight he! government for the decent citizens of is making we should heartily" eup port him. - ' :; r -; ; )--k' ' VWe shculd'asltr nothing of 3uch a man except that on the immediate and - vital issue : of (clean and honeet government,' and on the overthrow; of both bosses and ;both machines, and of the' governmental , corruption that - - -w - - - -r ' v - - at -p v y v v mm m m has followed the i dominance : of these rbelieved to bo essent'al for the wel machines In - our state : poUtlcs he (fare, the honor and-,the. greatness o shalLf represent our ideals. - We can ;the' American . people have 'rot "ifeea Jcin .with. him, all . like him, in good faithfully carried cut But all that is faith to. make ap effective campalgn-ipast now and is neither here nor. there against A the invisible, government, nn . this crisis." " At - the- "moment t the against, the rule of the state by two 'United States, as one of .the great na machines under the leadership of men jtions cf the world, faces a crisis which whose activities we1 regard as pernl- ihas already Involved In war almost all clous , to decency and cleanliness ,in th ether great nations cf the world, public life; two machines .whth-work i ; "Friends, we have our troubles here together against the interests of the. but let us be thankful beyond measure people,,. under a system which inevit-s that we are citizens of thls;'Repu"rtic ably produces corruption In public af-fand that our, burdens, ; though' i they fairs. I believe our, platform should may be heavy, are far lighter than be shorj and shn pie, embodying just those that' must borne by 'the1 'men the principles for which "at this crisis Jnd women who live In other and' Jess In this state we stand; the principles fortunate countries. I for one will which are vital in this particular con- act and I am sure I am' stating ycur test The vital piece of legislation feelings when I say that the men and most needed , at present is an honest women on the Prreressive party will primary law 'so framed that the boas act throughput this crlsU primarily and hia agents do not control the an- as American citizens and wJH-iwoTk polntment of the primary. election offi' hand In. hnrd with anv pu'bl'c pian. cers. , . ; ; r- i . . with any public servant and'Wilh'anv "The boss cares. lesa for the iOffl- and all private citizens who In gcol ces than he does for the contributions faith and disinterestedly do all that from wealthy men who desire favor i possible to see. that , the rnled or. Immunity; and the control of the .States comes through this, crisis un pfimaries is .vital to him. In the pri- harmed and so conducts herself ik to mary law, the election of officers should corserve . the honor, and -the. interest be chosen In some such - way as in of her. own citizens and, as ftr a jnav New Jersey, bv the civil service com-; be, to heln in securiag ppade atfd1 his mission and the Judges and voters jtlce for all the nations of mankind." 11 BUEVITIES - - . . - - - Naval Battle Is Imminent Off" ''"', ' the Nova1 Scotia Coast; - - '.'V'-"1 SYDNEY, N. s; ug. 2.-Twb Ger man cruisers were sighted today, oft St Pierre, Miq. They are ' probably from Mexican or West Indian waters. It Is surmised that the object of their presence so near Sydney harbor is to secure coal for a transatlantic voyage, or that they may have been detailed to watch this port and tne' entrance to the St Lawrence. A statement to this effect waa made this evening by Cant Postin. the officer commanding the de- tachment detailed to guard the cable station at Lloyd Cove. He; waa noti fied of the presence ' of the warships by cable from Newfoundland and re quested shipping be notified' of the fact , -::. - : It is conjectured that St rPIerre It self may be the objective of. the cruis ers, which may be awaiting word of a formal declaration " of war , between France f and Germany. : The V French cruiser Friant cannot be ; far away. Admitting the report to be true," a na val fight ' seems imminent in these waters. : V-''' . Aged French Empress . . . ,,,, Interested in the War. LONDON, Eng.,. Aug. 3. A dispatch from Rome says : -: "The aged ', French Empress Eugenie, who Is at Boulogne, takes a vivid interest In the war. When Count Pietri,' her faithful com panion in her long years of misfortune and exile, announced that flghtbs had begun, her eyes shone and she cn:i: . "This Is my revenge. Were th3 c 1 peror only here now! .May Gci : tect France!" C.-.3 ni'::3 c comparisons with t3.is:r r' ' Cholera Amc Austrians sr. R05IE, It:! It la rea:: a i . . 4'. ? t Til In a crisis affecting-good government in the state cf New York we ehould act primarily as good-citizens efith state of New York rather than merely 4as party men. In other words."! am KISk asking that we show our . fealty"', to.flug but for humanity, for the end of j the party by making the party theimost the state.:! In exactly, the same, fashion t', think that In .the1 great jworld orisia nqw: affecting all. nations of mankind our prime duty i first and foremost to showVcOurselvea patriotic.-citliana- of 4- HhA great American republic. . r, "Ivregret that of recent, years the not iciea -which I ana those, 4Ike me 1 1 . f i m ,i ) ti'iM.1 . . y, f broken out among both ' the Austrian and Servian troops. -"S I ; The German cruisers Goeben and Breslau, which recently were forced to leave Messina, Sicily,. are jeported to have succeeded in passing through the straits of jOtranto Into the-1 Adri atic Sea. ' .1 t ; - Forty-eight tfalnloads'lof VAustrlan .troops from the Tyrol arrived. today at Leopoldahoehe. In Baden, to the north west of Basel Switzerland. They 'Were on their way to Alsace to assist the Germans. . ;': Wamlnq by Wireless .; Saves. SI COO.000 Cargo... , U BOSTON, Mass Aug. 9,Heavy fog banks on the North Atlantic saved the German steamer Witteklnd, with 323 ' Pfen&ers and a million dollar cargo of lead and coal .tar products from capture: by the British cruiser Essex, according to the story told by Captain Semblll, when the steamer reached here tonight v V - Captain Sembill said he was off Sa ble Island, bound from; Hamburg for Montreal, when he was warned bv wireless of war between England 'and Germany. ; Later his operator ; picked up a code message from the'Essef, which be judged., was only ten miles away. The steamer immediately was sent full speed; j ahead. r and for. .20 hours drove through . tlie protecting fog, which did -not lif t'-itntfl I she? got into neutral waters; J ;:vv Belgium tO vQuaranteA- ..'; f , All Wheat Cargoes: J ' NEW YO RK, Aug.'-9. Belgium' will cover war risks cn shipments pf Amer ican wheat for Belgian ports. Pierre V: Eclzian ccr.sul in New York, . - V . 1 eclved cable in TuaT'minfster L'nrsselsito'Jn . ) th!3 effect t: ?vcral res r ! f r --ftrerbttrrto"Tolioe"th0 city 1t has teen-xiiviji?l;nto two , sections. Th iic'ary 'an4,tolic-i will gtver special hmerrtlctf to -espionage,' ...Tha French oTenunent upon hear ing that Tomasso Tittoni. the Italian amT3.salbr to Frarife'as returning frjDK "aTVaraticrf- tri Norway," sent a seeia"taro,: meet him ' at" Dieppe. It was found later that he had arrived la Boulogne and another special train was sent there-for him. - - War Closes Copper , Plant at Martintr. ,MARTIXAZ, Cat, Aug. 9. Th Mountain Copper Company closed Its smelting worka.and refining plant to day on cable orders from the lxmdon oglce- The. action automatically sus pends 150 men for an indefinite period. It was explained that the European war disturbance had made It Impossi ble .to market, the product Importer of Toys Are Hard Hit by the War. , , NEW,? YORK. Ang. ,10. Importers of toys are hardi hit by the European war and- the- present Indications are there Kill be a dearth of the latest pro ductions from Germany. Austria an I Russia for tha coming Christmas sea son, . The first i shipments had just been made on the other side when the w ur-broke out,-and. with thv arrival her last week: of the steamshlp .Pree ident Uncoln-thei last entries , were recelyedsri" --i.iir - ; Dealers In tovs say that If the-war keeps up. Americans will have to be gin to make all of their toys. r Sarah Bernhardt la Patriotic? Sh Savs It Is 'A Holy War." i PARIS. France. Aug. 11. Sarah Bernhardt said todar that the strug- 1 aie In which France Is now engaged la 'a Jho'v. war. ;. : ; r ,, i "It is the holiest 'war man ever hss been engaged in," aid tlie actress. French soldiers are not dying for th alt war. f' universal peace.' ; Aj:hei Madame Bernhardt heard that the. trtcolor was- floating once again cv?r Al3ace, she fainted. "" . oFbe saidr am sorry I cannot fght the barbarians who too long have been the-plague of the world." American Glrla Are , ' Drtnd aa Soles. - - LONDON, Eng.. Aug.-Four. mer lean srlrls the Misses Cora Ijine and her. slater of tafayette," Ind.. and Ruth rCbrlett and .Mary A"ke of Washlnrton state aged 20 to 25 years, arrived at the Hotel Richelieu here yesterday fronrCermany "where thev were sub jected, to the indlgnltv of being beld three davs as susDected Russian snles. Tlie girls spoke but little German, but one could speak French, fluently. They were traveling alcne toward Berlin. when, the train, waa stopped in a suburb where two Russian spies bad Tn ! arrested the nrevlous dav dis guised as nuns. . Hence a sharp watch waa kept The military guard , took the American girls from the train and questioned them as to where they were going. They replied that they were going to Berlin to visit a cousin. Asked what his address was," they were forced to reply they didn't know. but he was to come to meet them at the station. The party was held as suspects and kept tinder surveillance three days, when they succeeded In getting a letter from an American con- sw,i tnrousn . wnose intervention mey were finally released. FOR UNEXPECTED GUESTS (Continued from page seventeen) Hf ti"i i 1 ' far, pandora, of the, kitchen can tarn hef attentI6n to' the preparation of an impromptu'' sweet and savory. Tinned fruits are her hope. Pancakes and fritters, are also good ! friends In the time pf need, and that .there need not be nfonotony In making them can bd proved? by ,a.-study or,: any cookery book. "' , . ' ,. -; - ? '-. ; - For the savory, the cook who has anchovies .or ( sardines (qr a bottle of grated 'Parmesan'- la well equipped. With slices of bread or toast stamped to the right size and shape with a cutter there Is the foundation for an infinite variety of savories, and cook ery book lore must do the rest . Perhaps it is at evening time that the unexpected guests most abound. but most housewives are accustomed to this kind of visitor. Usually the ordinary supplies furnish forth cake and bread and butter. It requires only a few minutes to mix and bake milk rolls . and scones, which are at their best if served piping hot Fail ing this, hot buttered toast is always noflRlhllltv. and - rartlrularlr if the kitchen-la, provided with a gas stove. Potted meats, form the filling for ap petizing ;-; sandwiches, and the cake can be supplemented by shortbread and biscuits, which keep almost Indefi nitely In closed tins.;.,,., ENGLAND'S COAL BIG OUTPUT. -' , . ' - . , . '. . IBv Latest Mafll i . . r . . n IT T . At - year 1913 was one of great prosperity id;; the coal trade; Statistics show that 56.830,072 tons of coal were rais ed, the value of which was 33,744,-. 2021 la Yorkshire and the North Mid land division the 1913 output of coal wa the largest on record, amounting to '73,439,559 tons. : ' j. J. Eagan of St Louis U suing his mother-in-law for $10,000 for aliena tion of his wife's affections. i t m Paster D. M. Steele of Philadelphia 13 organizing a campaign of preachers : ?st gaiBfc-$undayl9aseballrt-