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THE WILLIAMS NEWS
Had Your Iron Today? The Delicious Bread f Energy and Iron SERVE raisin bread twice weekly on yout table for three reasons: 1. Flavor; 2. Energy; 3. Iron You remember how good a generously filled, full-fruited raisin bread can be. Your grocer; or baker can supply a loaf like this. Insist if he hasn't one he can get it for you. Full-fruited bread is full of luscious seeded Sun-Maid raisins rich in energizing nutri tnent in practically predigested form. Raisins also furnish fatigue-resisting iron for the blood. Serve plain raisin bread at dinner or as a (tasty fruited breakfast toast with coffee. Make delicious bread pudding with left-, tover slices. No need to waste a crumb of; raisin bread. Begin this week the habit of raisin bread twice weekly in your home, for raisin bread is both good and good for you. Blue Package Naval Testing Ground. The long-felt need of the Navy de partment for a place -where new In ventions that "looked good" might be tried out Is being met with an experi mental research laboratory, down the Potomac river, seven miles - from the Washington navy yard, on the grounds of the Bellevue magazine, which Is ex pected to be In operation this sum mer. The new plant which is primarily for research purposes and particularly as a development laboratory, will probably devote a great deal of at tention to radio work. It is not worth while to let our Im perfections disturb us always. Radio Dealers Are Making Money You can secure complete informa tion about this new and lucrative business by reading regularly Radio Merchandising The Semi-Monthly Magazine of the Hadio Industry It is replete with exactly the infor mation that the dealer, and pros pective dealer, requires. One dollar will bring it to you for four months Three dollars a year. 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A special machine converts the pulp into board and this is dried fo four hours, emerging as a finished product, quite dry and hard. It Is known, as celotex, and can be worked just like wood, and Is solid and homogeneous. Scientific American. Free for Our Readers. We have made arrangements where by every housewife who reads this paper can obtain a copy of "Reliable Kecipes" absolutely free of charge by simply writing the Home Economics Department of the Calumet Baking Powder Co., 4100-23 Fillmore Street, Chicago, III. "Reliable Keclpes" contains 76 pagea of recipes and other Information ap preciated by every housewife. It is Illustrated in colors and will prove quite neiprui in preparing the daily menu. We "have also made arrangements with the Calumet Baking Powder Co. whereby, their Home Economics De partment will cheerfully answer all questions pertaining to cooking, kitchen equipment, etc. There is ab solutely no charge for this service. Write the Home Economics Depart ment of the Calumet Baking Powder Co., 4100-28 Fillmore St., Chicago, I1L, today for a copy of "Reliable Recipes." Advertisement. Real Sport. Knicker Fond of camping? 8ubbubs Yes, it's a relief to see so many bugs and flies I don't have to kill. The more undesirable a reputation the harder It is to lose. Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief ELL-AM S 25$ and 754 Packages. Everywhere NEWS TO DATE IN PARAGRAPHS CAUGHT FROM THE NETWORK OF WIRES ROUND ABOUT. THE WORLD. DURING THE PAST WEEK RECORD OF IMPORTANT EVENTS CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE. WESTERN Harry Stelnholdt, under arrest In racoma, Wash., Thursday, is charged with having purchased a Bible and a rosary with a bogus check. The com plaining witness, the proprietor of a hop, told the police he accepted the check without question because of the nature of the purchase. Sheriff George White of Santa Cruz county was killed and Manuel Martinez and Placldo Silvas, convicted murderers, escaped when an automo bile in which the prisoners were being taken to the state penitentiary at Florence, Ariz., overturned on the No- gales-Tucson highway near Continen tal, eighteen miles south of Tucson. A lone bandit held up the Commer cial State Bank of Florence, Neb., near Omaha, locked the cashier in the vault and escaped with about $1,500 in cash. Cashier R. A. Johnson and one cus tomer were the only persons in the bank when the bandit entered. John son freed himself with a screwdriver. This is the second time the bank has been robbed this year. The effect of Illicit liquor upon coun try dances was discussed at the ses sion of the Joint convention of Pacific Northwest sheriffs and police officers and the Idaho State Association at Coeur D'Alene, Ida., and resolutions later were passed advocating strict regulation of the rural dances and leg islation giving county sheriffs author ity to grant and cancel licenses for public dances. 'For gallant service," Harry D. Stewart, agent for the American Rail way Express Company, has been pre sented in Los Angeles with a check for $1,000, an engraved gold watch and a letter of appreciation from George C. Taylor, president of the company. Stewart, who resides in Los Angeles, killed one bandit and drove off eight more during an. attempted holdup of a train near Tucson, Ariz., several weeks ago. WASHINGTON United Mine Workers' representa tives after considering the coal strike arbitration plan presented by Presi dent Harding summoned the general policy committee of the union to Wash ington to pass -finally upon the pro posal. Clerks employed in postoffices throughout the United States will, dur ing the remainder of the summer sea son, be permitted to enjoy a half holi day each Saturday, providing the work asslsgned to them has been completed by noon on that day, under an order Issued by First Assistant Postmaster General Bartlett. The Republican agricultural-tariff bloc got another setback In the Sen ate, losing 33 to 24, its fight to make dutiable imported vegetable oils, used In the manufacture of uonedlble pro ducts. The Senate then, without a roll call, approved rates of 3 cents a pound on cottonseed oil and soya bean oil. and 4 cents a pound on coconut oil and peanut oil, where such oils enter into the manufacture of edible commodi ties. While optimism as to the outcome of the railroad strike was reflected at the White House, there was farther evidence that the administration In tends to keep a firm grasp on the sit uation and that every force at the command of the government will be utilized to insure maintenance of necessary interstate transportation. Complaint has been filed with the Department of Justice In Washington in behalf of producers and shippers of the Pacific coast against the alleged activities of the Southern Pacific rail way In endeavoring to "create senti ment and action against the decision of the Supreme Court ordering disso lution of the partnership of that road with the Central Pacific." The Court of Appeals has denied the application of Charles W. Morse, his three sons and eight others jointly in dicted for conspiracy to defraud the government in connection with war contracts, for a special appeal from the decision of the District Supreme Court overruling demurrers filed against the Indictment. The Court of Appeals held that no emergency ex isted for granting a special appeal in the case. Urging Congress to enact new legis lation to destroy an alleged Standard Oil monopoly in the gasoline trade, the federal trade commission charged the corporation with "perpetuating the very monopolistic control which the United States Supreme Court sought to terminate." James H. Wilkerson, a Chicago at torney, has been nominated by Presi dent Harding to be United States dis trict judge for the northern district of Illinois. He suceeds Judge K. M. Lan flls, who resigned to become high com missioner of baseball. FOREIGN "I believe it is necessary to give Germany a respite rn the payment of reparations . to enable her to restore her finances," Premier Lloyd George announced In the House of Commons. It Is impossible for Great Britain to remit the reparations payment due her from Germany in favor of France, even to settle the Indemnity problem, Premier Lloyd George told the House of Commons. Dr. Sun Tat-Sen, deposed president of South China, sailed into Canton harbor aboard the gunboat Wlngfung, escorted by two . cruisers and one de stroyer, after bombarding the Macao forts, two miles below the city. Sun declared he would not again bombard the city proper. The Japanese government Is consid ering an offer for the purchase of the island of Sakhalien from Russia, ac cording to the Xorozu, a Toklo ver nacular newspaper. The Island of Sak halien, approximately 400 miles In length, lies off the coast of the mari time province of Siberia, Immediately north of Japan. The publicity department of the Irish irregnlar army has announced that Eamon de Valera is at field gen eral headquarters, serving .on the staff of the director of operations. It is be lieved headquarters has been trans ferred from Mallow to Limerick. The provisional government reaffirms its determination to suppress the revolt. Chen Chiung-Ming's troops have broken the drive of Sun Tat Sen's forces in the vicinity of Shlukwan, In flicting considerable losses. Chen Ohlung-Ming, who controls the railway between Canton and ShiUkwan has sent 14,000 troops northward from Can ton. Reserves around ShiUkwan ap pear to have lessened Sun's chances of recapturing Canton. The reparations commission in Paris notified the German government In re ply to the demand for a moratorium for reparations payments that it would give a definite answer only when it has In hand the full report of the com mittee on guarantees which went to Berlin a short time ago to supervise reforms to which the German govern ment gave its assent. Formal and official announcement that Great Britain will pay her debt of $400,000.000 to the United States, was made in the House of Commons by Sir Robert Home, chancellor of the British exchequer. "Our debt to the United States is a solemn obligation and it will be met, said Sir Robert. It is expected this announcement -wall put an end to discussions of "debt can cellations." GENKRAT, Three persons killed, at least two others so badly injured that their re covery is doubtful and property dam age that may reach $3,000,000 was the toll of storms and a tornado tlmt swept parts of South Dakota and Ne braska recently. Millions of dollars are to be spent for building during the ensuing year by the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, according to the report or re tiring Grand Exalted Killer William Wallace Mountain, presented at Atlan tic City. The assets of subordinate lodges now amount to S5S,09934, and the elaborate building program for the year shows that there are to be erect ed in various parts of the country thir ty-one new homes. Grand Jury action to fix responsi bility for the recent coal mine warfare near Herri n, HI., will begin as soon as the community has had a chance to 'cool down, Attorney General K J. Brundage of Illinois declared in Chi cago upon his return from a personal trip of investigation In Williamson county. Brundage said that "It looks as though the mine owners were in discreet in their display of armed strength. He declared that the mine guards were accustomed to torronxe the community. Governor Hard wick of Atlanta, Ga has declared that unless the Ku Klux Klan discards its masks and removes all secrecy about its membership that he will ask the Legislature to "take strong steps to make the wearing of TnBfca a crime" in Georgia. Slight danger of a serious epidemic of black rust exists in the spring- wheat states of Minnesota and North Dako ta, unless weather conditions from now until harvest are unfavorable, accord ing to Donald G. Fletcher, federal plant disease expert, who recently ended a crop Inspection trip across the two states. Little damage has teen done thus far by rust, Mr. Fletcher said his observations revealed. Edward G. - Workman, of Water- town. New York, evidently missed the war, so he brought - it to his porch, in the form of a 155-millimeter shell, "a dud" salvaged from the artillery range at Pine Plains. Either the heat of the sun or the blow from a child's croquet mallet exploded the shell, killing eight children and wreck ing the concrete house in which Work man's family and that of William L. Salisbury lived. George Hurlburt, 9 years old, was sentenced to four years in the McCune home for boys at Kansas City. Uo, and Sherman Hanna to three months In connection with the killing of Pete Carramusa, 0 years old. The Carra musa boy was struck by a bullet from George Hurlburt's rifle. George said the shooting was accidental. Champion Jack Dempsey and Harry. Wills, through their managers, have signed a contract in New York City to box for the world's heavyweight cham pionship at a time and place to be named later. Southwest News From All Over New Mexico S and Arizona The new highway from Tularosa to Mescalero will soon be completed and will be one of the finest in that part of New Mexico. A large force of men Is now rushing the road to comple tion. The cabbage crop in the Mesilla val ley, near Mexico, will amount to more than 100 cars. Prices range from $20 to $35, the average being around $27.50 a ton. The Copenhagen market vari ety is the one favored in that district. The Springer, N. M., post of the American Legion is not making plans for a big two days' fair to be held at Springer the first of September. The program will consist of a big exhibit of cattle and horses and all kinds of farm products, as well as a big list of sporting events. Miss Bethlne Stephens, 16 years old, shot out both her eyes at her home in Demlng when she attempted to commit suicide. Three shots are said to have been fired, two of them taking effect In the face, one of her eyes being blown out and the optic nerve of the other shot off. Friends in Nogales, Ariz., are appre hensive of the fate of H. Gordon Glore, Nogales contractor, and a party aboard his fishing schooner which, according to word received In Nogales from Ca- borca, Sonora, sank in a storm on the night of July 4, near St, George's bay, off the coast of Sonora, Thirty business houses were flooded, several Mexican dwellings floated away and three bridges washed out by a flood wmcn swept tnrougn tne Dor- der cities of Nogales, Ariz., and No gales, Sonora, recently. The flood wa ters came down an arroyo which leads into the two cities from the northern part of Sonora. Floyd O. Fitch and his wife, Sarah, were sentenced to thirty days each in the county jail by Justice Henry J. Sullivan of Phoenix on charges of as sault after their adopted daughters, Ophelia and Nadine Fitch, 13 and 8 respectively, had bared their backs and shown bruises and welts which the children said were inflicted by the foster parents. Two sets of brothers battled on the open range near Steeplerock, N. M., forty miles east of Clifton, Ariz. One was killed and another wounded. A feud over cattle and horses is said to have precipitated the fight. Bat Brad- berry, who, with his brother, Mart Bradberry, is said to have battled Johnny Fulcher, who was slain, and Sidney Fulcher, who was wounded, al though the extent of his injury is not known. The contract for the new road in the Mimbres valley from Santa Rita to San Lorenzo, has been let to Peterson, Shirley and Grunther of Omaha, the cost to be over $115,000. The distance Is about 9 miles and the building of the new road will open up one of the finest farming sections of the valley to which the markets have been shut off for several years. The work will be started at once and the new road will be completed by early fall. Approximately $300,000 in outstand ing state warrants, which the state of Arizona heretofore has been unable to pay, win now De paia upon presenta tion at the treasurer's office, it was announced in Phoenix by State Treas urer Earhart. The payment of these warrants, some of which are of long standing, he said, is made possible un der the provisions of the financial code which went into effect on July 1 Earhart urged holders of all state war rants to present them for payment at once. The total assessed valuation of the property of the twenty-eight railroad companies operating in Arizona for 1922 taxation purposes, according to a statement Issued by the State Tax Commission is $100,395,656.50, or $766,- 203.10 less than the total assessed val uation of the same property in 1921, which was $101,161,859.60. Adelbert Holladay, 30, of Miami, and Daisy, his 10-year-old daughter, drowned in Roosevelt lake, near Globe. Daisy, while bathing, went beyond her depth and her father, hearing her crxes for help, swam out in an attempt to rescue her. Both perished in spite of the efforts of Donald Brown, also of Miami, to save them. Both bodies were recovered. At the recent special election held In Cimarron, N. M., the $75,000 school bonds carried by a vote of almost 3 to 1. The bonds will be sold soon and the construction of the building will be started at once. It will be connect ed with the remodeled present build ing, will have nine class rooms, a com bined gymnasium and auditorium, do mestic science and manual training rooms, library and superintendent's of fice. U. S. Senator Holm O. Bursum wired Las Cruces, N. M., from Washington, D. C, that his bill creating an all-year national park at the Mescalero Indian reservation and the Elephant Butte lake and dam was reported upon fav orably by the Senate committee on In dian affairs. Tentative plans for the entertain ment of the delegates to the American Legion convention to be held in Doug las, Sept. 18, 19 and 20, were made at a meetinpr between the state com mander, Duane Bird, and officials of the post in Douglas. INSURANCE MAN IS ENTHUSED OVER IT Gains 14 Pounds Taking Tanlac and Is Restored to Finest Health. "Tanlac has restored my health and built me up fourteen pounds in weight," said H. W. Morrison, 4768 Thrush Ave., St. Louis, Mo., agent ftr the National Life Insurance Co. "Two years ago my stomach wenj wrong and I could not eat anything; without suffering agony afterwards from heart palpitation and shortness of breath. Some nights I was in so much misery my wife had to get up and try to get me some relief. My health got to be so poor I had to stay in bed for weeks at a time. "What Tanlac has done for me Is nothing short of wonderful. I now eat anything I want, sleep fine, an am working full time every day ; lis fact, I'm in splendid health. I can't praise Tanlac too highly." Tanlac Is sold by all good druggist. IN LAST LINE OF DEFENSE Recruit's Answer Offers an Explana tion of Why Some Army Drill masters Go Insane. The sergeant major was reaching the end of his patience in his examina tion of the recruit's squad. "For the last time," he yelled, going almost purple in the face, "I ask you the simple question: 'What is a forti Qcation?' " Shoulders dropped and with faces void of intelligence as a vacuum of air, the recruits stood fast as a man. No one answered. Rushing up to the most intelligent- looking man, the irate N. C. O. bawled : 'Tell me, my man, what is a fortifica tion?" The answer came like a cork out of a bottle : "Two twentifications, sir!" London Answers. About the Cook. "Has your cook been with you long?" "With us?" She has been against us since the start." London Mail. One of the joys of going way for the summer is coming back for the winter. SUCH PAINS AS THIS WOMAN HAD Two Months Could Not Turn in Bed. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound Finally Restored Health Seattle. Washington. "I had drair- fpng pains first and could not stand on imy feet, then I had chills and fever and such pains in my right side and a hard lump there. I could not turn myself in bed and could not sleep. I was this way for over two months, trying everything; any one told me, un til my sister brought me a bottle of Lydia EL Pinkham's Vege- table Compound. I took it regularly un til all the hard pains had left me and I was able to be up and to do my work aerain. The hard lumn left mv side and I feel splendid in all ways. I know of many women it has helped," Mrs. G. Richardson, 4640 Orcas St, Seattle, Washington. 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