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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1917.
SPY PLOT IS BARED BY B.S. AGENTS Two Men < harmed With Un-neutral Pro-Ger man Activity OBTAINED BRITISH MILITARY SECRETS Both Naturalized Citi zens; Are Employed On Hearst Papers NKW YORK, t« 'i 20 Hutye of th*' thrill* of Kir opr'.n sp> chasing wer** brought homo to Now YorkfT* today In tho tangle of wile# .ind syin- I41 hot!<• Ink of « rung arui inUmida lion »*f enemies and iff *<ret emla r.irles r* veiled .n ihr .«rro*«ron federal * irr’<n'«. of \ \ rf:in!**r i.n«l <.l irl* \\ W u tine burg. Tho t»n -pent . iiiaht in Jail, hut wore scheduled f• *r ipp-.iranoe In court lodav when Go Imp* <1 to pink* l*«nd The prisoner* .-nth of whom * liupy to !». natural/* ! American*, alibo of iertn.ui noth are * baited with gaih* r iik and disposing of l;rtt i*h milit.tr.. information, mostly to Germanv. i>• |»«*nn•« in *>f ju lice ; Rent a guttered evident •• ngmnst tin in They aro t il.('lt' and wph s« ntl mg pscuh 'n* w i .ip* i men” *nt'* rhr land, who itati*r*d tnfonn.i’lon of »re«* valu* ;;,ivj I rotiahl it lack, or rent If bn* k t» j Arm ri. a To ■Sip ome of tin Information thru the British guard-. »> tt.patlioti ink and all the .übterfuge >f » * -p) of fiction were employ*-1 Sander la ah ♦ mph v** of W. R Hearst’s "Hi him h.» Journal’’ ant la p*-eMdent of !)’•• ' * nt itl PowiTu War Film* Kachan.:- Wunmbufg Is hi* a snost ac». Thia ia n>'* flu- hr-t lime that >and**r ha I# • n ur '*■• police «*u plcion for * ' Mai! I fiviti s Hr was one of t .so T«*itorilc * l-athi/er of Cij>..n *W»y Kd who tried force and dur - to *ct Mr* Richard 1\ S wf of a tier imo tv Hen t to r* ant h>r t'ute inent# VYunnchttre i* al~n well known in • man ulo Th* lun men tv.-, iMptiired Ly Aio**ri».m «r*-t agents wi..* harl lnvr» tiriJed •* i p fr*ifn the Mnt i»h aulbor'tte for lore than two month* Si nee M(tv, If It*, the gnvrmtn**ot «barges. th* two o-nt at |o<*.*» 1H "H* a spa per n *n" over to England. Atlorne' ()ftwaßi-r. retained • ' Sander and \\ nnreburg. inflated hir * lien** were vlt 'irt* of false in formation whh h deceived the depnr*- inent *»f ju-dfee He i,ild th**v were engac*d in d'- ,r ibution of w;*r tnn.'*c nlnis of »h< Gertran i-.t ole Sand* r flmiL *l* nied til charge a ridic ulous HOW 12 MENUS MAY BE MADE i WITH FOUR ARTICLES OF FOOD Prevention of Monotony of Diet Taken Up In College Coume For HouNewivea. By ISABEL BEVIER. PH. M Department of H*uiehoid Bclenoe, University of Illinois. Th»* following menu *how the use >if four common foods. cabbage.’ apples amt potatoes, for 12 meal*. differently prepared each time. This la a satisfactory and feasible* way of ©b'lining a pleasant iirMjr. Number 1. Port rrhonxe *t»*ak Washed point a Cabbage salad with mca Raking powder biscuit*. Apple pie. t'crffee. Nvrmbe r 2. Tongue. Cabbage and potato salad. Pnrpover*. Apple turn**ver* with cream. T»a Number 3. Rofttf nb* of b**ef Baked (Kit atoc* Tabbare *alad (sour rream dress- Ingt IMain bread Baked apple* with cream Coffer Number 4. Treamed drt**d be* f I Ache* and Paine I From Tonatipa l lon fl ULtTKhnrrVjt Pill| I Banished Quickly B B I 11l ■■fK I <lo~es. 2f» c»* B ot r.ta utMkimri CUN A R D HrmUr !*••»» nsrr »»il I ar«» 'f O lo* NEW Y£JRK— LIVERPOOL NEW YORK FALMOH T H LONDON NEW YORK—BRISTOL I I Mllli HIM' l«, liMifnlrnl Ml| In lirrtl Hrllnln anil lrrla**t, *.«•«! flair*. Cor farther information apply li »!•«• IU Mew leek, er keen! Apia "SEA WASPS" WILL DO AWAY WITH U-BOATS. EXPERTS SAY a * >> ‘^. i y l *" ’ MYjnffifffTimffffhr Chaaeea Have Already Sunk 259 Bub« In Five Months and England Has New Supply of 550 More. BY F. M KERBY. NKW YORK K* - .—‘ The ‘S* a V\ H*pa’ will do th*- l*lek or—-t* can’t !'«• done ” That. In a nutshell, ft* the opinion of the b**t tnfom *-d shipbuilders, submarine nten. ami naval etp* rta in N**w York on tlie possibility of th** Itrllirh nau meeting the la*e««t ti« rman I’-bcmt m«'nace. They a*) the "Wniip*" wi»l do an ay with Germany's auhnwthne«. The ’ Sea nr **M |*'a'* a-* they are oT< iallv known In the Rrlt l*b admiralty, are the product, of salpvard*. They are fcu fret lon*. 12 feet on the beam, and draw only four and a 1 ;tlf feea of water, thereby makinc them pnaeti<-,iJly immune from tor pedo littack. Q fir j r- 1 u WOMEN Does Mr. Husband Know s .<*xa, (he Danger There Is T ' In Neglecting His Wife? O * fiy MARY E. WALTER 2 V <c*»prrl«ht. I*l*. br M K. yvsltar.y - ■ T' -I-. , r From the diary of a neglected wlf** th****' f« w extracts iell a story just ruin** to a climax after 1.1 the wlf* l*K>ks hack as from a mile stone ov»-f her married years, slow Stuffed potAtoea. creamed Cabbage with pepper*. ft rah am muffin* Brown Betty with cream Toffee % Number 5. Shepherd * pie Creamed cabbage White mnfflnji. Apple aoarfle, wtth whipped arc am. Cocoa. Number 6 Corned beef. Bofled potatoes. Boiled cabbage. Butter rolla. Apple pudding Coffee. Number 7. Short rfbe. French fried potatoes Steamed rabbi*** Apple dumpUnga and cream. Ora ham gems. Coffee. Number g. Rolled. Muffi»d steak. Browned potatoes. Hot alaw. Baked apple*, cream. Jelly, nut*. T crffee. Number 9 Hamburg ateak. Bleed |m >t a tor* Kars 11 oped cabbage. <Jrahi\ni bread Apple tapioca Coffee Number 10. « orned bref ffaah Potatoes with hotkey and parsley Cabbage au gratia' Knflre wheat muffin* Hutch apple cake, lemon sauce Number 11. fan broiled flank ateak. Ksralloped potato** fried cabbage french rolla Apple short cake and cream. Cocoa. Number 12. Beef loaf Creamed potatoes. ‘'old alaw, Nut bread Hutch apple cake with cream. Coffee. I Five tiundr**d and fifty "aulimanne | uhaaera'* have gone to the iintieb | fl*et. nhlpp**d on th» de* ka of llnera | rnd freighters fniui (’nnudinn pc.rts, I ;*nd built by tin* Subn'artne Host corporation In Its Canadian plant. Since October, 1916. confidential report 4 U> the i>ullders of these txiata i here show that 2kb German auhma nnes b-tri* been deatmyrd by them, jin other words, it is bellev.id here ; th* new aubinarine atiat* k Is Iretna curried oul by an «*nllrely new fleet of (!* rrr<ui 11-boata.l 1 -boata. and that they in turn are J**o»me*l to destruction he fore the ihree-inrh ?uns inounte«i on these fast, hi* launches In deelm. the “ws«ps’* are rt ally comfortable ocean grerg vachta. culcklv u-onveriible Into submarine chasers. The lust of the rhipment of b.'o built hr this company was complet «d. hv a coincidence in exactly fc-*0 ly seeing whaf they mean and why. Tixiay wc are married a year! Ye*—| «in happy tho It is dtffrr ent. s*» different from my dream’ Hal and I love each other. Rahy Hal has meant much* Pur why Is Hal s attention not the same as In courtship? Is It hi* w-ork' 1 know he is absorbed and I try hard to understand and make the best of It . . . Our second anniversary’ A long, long year of heartbreak, rebellion within Hal has a business engage ment tonight as usual. I have spent the evening In tears- as usual! Why. why. this Indifference to me. to our oompan lon ship? I have be come s commonplace In his life, tho I try not to misjudge him or Interfere with his work. . . . Flight married year* T have come near dying at the top' No one to talk to. no friendly dtwcti*- ■lons, no one to tell my expert eores Hal works on. cold, n*g lectful! Must T go on thru these year* of no avail? . . . Four years 1 hare had a com fnrtable home and llvtng' Put what Os the beaut iftil life together 1 dreamed of as Hal's flaivee? I am no companion of hi# thought and Simple Laxative Remedy Best for Constipation Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin Gave Satisfaction When Nothing Else Would Nearly every one, at one time or another, suffer* from constipation, or inactive bowel*, and one of the few conclusion* upon which the doctor* agree |* that regularity of the bowels la an essential to good health In the famlfv medicine cheat of most well ordered household* will he found one or more of the various remedies recommended far the relief of constipation In the majority of home* today the combination at aim pie laxative herb* with pepsin known aa Dr. Caldwell’s Sirup Pepsin I* recognised a* the Mandard laxative Druggists everywhere report a con atantly Increasing demand for this splendid remedy which I* sold for fifty cents a bottle. Mr, James Ash. 102 Orsen St. Cumberland. Md . wrote to Dr. (’aid well that he found lu - < aldwelf* Syrup Pepsin the moat effective rem edy for ronalipatton he had ever used and that hr always kept a bottle of It on hand for use when necessary. It Caldwell* Svrup Pepsin la a mild laxative, and does not gripe or strain, but acta gently and brings relief in an easy, natural manner. Ka “Sea Wa»pa M of the British n*vy, the kind of tubmarina chaser* used in the water* about Eng. land. da; *—-one rear and a half. ’1 wejve thousand men worked on them day and night, putting Into place the f.(¥i CHS) separate parts of which they are cooHtruoted. With f*CK) horsepow* r In their motors, they attHtn a speed of 22 miles an hour, and are so easily handled they can turn In their own length. The three-inch guns mounted for vard can contend successfully with any armament *o far placed on sub marines. ind with r cruising radius of 700 miles at 23 miles an hour, or 1 600 miles at 14 miles per hour, they are ihr nios* effective means for keeping down the mb* so far devised. According to reports from the other *id», three of these t*oats kept th** sea during the terrlfW* storm which vh* raging on the night the rrirleer carrying lx»rd Kitchener was blowm up by a mine. Th**lr see. keeping qualities are tuch as to allow for a srn patrol of lt» days' duration. They are maanod by ID officers and nten mind. Not once in these years has he taken me out. not since the day before we married brought me flow ere’ Not once ha« h»* "had time' 1 lo read the hook* we used to talk about' . . . He accepts his per fectly ordered home in silence. . . . Over 12 years of forgetting how to be happy and at last has eonm a wonderful experience' Hr and ! - the other man--have rome to un derstand each other thru th***# months since th«> church committer brought us together. Week after week we ha\o found precious kin ship In each other's minds’ ... I have his flowers, one more token of hts delicate thougdYtfulne»« of me his subtle courtesy Such a man could never neglect a wife ... I cannot hope that so beautiful a tMng will happen asrsin. I remem l*#r always I am Hal’s wife and yet It Is the one cry that all mom en cry, for an understanding heart' Thirteen years Hal's wife In 13 years he hasn’t even given me a peppermint stick or taken me to a concert. Pnr 13 ypan* I have been a matter of course and never been told I was loved! Rut for four months I have known companion ship. understanding. sympathy not Hal's—that have brought th* rose color back to my life . Five months of happiness af’er 13 years of neglect' Yesterday Hal filed suit for alienation of mr af fectlona against this "other man" Some are saying there Is no excuse for me, that I would better have suffered life-long misery than have brought this on my two children Put—alienation of affections’ Poor Hal! Ifld another man alienate my affections that I once gave to you so unreservedly? freedom from opiate* or narcotic drug* makes It the ideal family laxa tive. To avoid Imitations and Ineffective substitutes be sure yon get I»r. Cald well’* Syrup Pepsin. See that a fac simile of l>r, Caldwell’s signature and his portrait appear on the yellow carton In which the bottle Is packed. A trial bottle, free of charge, ran be obtained by writing to f»r. W R Caldwell, 455 Washington St., Jdou Utaliu, lilmou. DETROIT TIMES b in thete Vidor Records There’s a quaint and dreamy beauty to the music of Hawaii * P|3Hj T|; as it comes like a whispering breeze from the mid-Pacific. It , breathes the lightsome spirit of this land of sunshine. Its lan- Igsßß| guorous rhythm is typical of Hawaiian life, of the swaying trees, HBMj Pjkjp (lie beating surf, of the joys and sorrows of this interesting |KhB |ftj|j| And all the enchantment of Hawaiian music, all the charm of their quaint instruments, all the peculiar beauties of their 11/ J light voices are brought to >you on Victor Records. You are SgBHl in fancy transported to these far-off islands. Shm Here are just a few of the many beautiful Hawaiian num )>ers the Victrola brings into your home: S||eH rOa the IWk at Waikiki—Medley Hul* (with GWtar . .0 1813 ? e k/ UuiM and /We) Hw»w Wrt|fc> W— Wl«lWl jg|lK|]| 10 m. 7Sc (wftA UkuUa and Guitar LvLmU*' and Friar a) Hwn W right >wi DtUrtrh 17701 , Hawaiian Dmai) jESStI 65344 Mr Hyhtlit GiH In England Hmmttan iwtth Qutrtat*) n gB 10 in. 75c* Ituu Hama^-Nstive Plantation koog (*th QuintatU) &.M. ITaiawg 17710 J Hoaolaht March (Gaitmr font) *nl» K. Laa IWM Kail | 10 m. 75c i Kobala March (Guitar Dim t) * PaU K. I aa-HaVid Kadi agsßalli j March tom* Waat Royal Hawafcaa * gT^yMl Hear this fascinating Hawaiian music today at any Victor dealer’*. He will gladly give iV you a copy of the special Victor catalog of Hawaiian Records, and play any music you wish *3 to hear. And he will demonstrate the various styles of the Victor and VictroU sloto S4OO. I jp- Victor Talking Machine Cos., Camden, N. J. jbsg |j| j J ’' r Important Notice. All Victor Talkie, Machine* ere patented end ere enly SeaeW, end with rlfht es ana with Victor 2 Record* ooly. AH Victor Records ere patented end arc only McmmW, and with right at oee an Victor Talking Machine* MRI o Victor Records and Victor Machines ere .cientlflcally coordinated and ■rochrooiaed by our apactal procaeee. <>l E =g3 i*&l« i and their nee. except with each other. 1* eat ooly unauthorised but damaging and uagattaiMMry. i . How Victor Kacords d.mnoetrata t at all deal are ea the 2Stk el cash miath j i IVlctrolal If the Times Prints It —The Times Believes It. Just Between Ourselves When you want a genuine diamond—you don’t go to a 5 and 10c store. When you want 6 and 10c goods—you don’t go to a high-class jewelry store. THERE IS JUST AS MUCH DIFFERENCE IN NEWSPAPERS. The Times is built for people who care. It’s a particular paper for particular people. It’s a Safety Guide for Buyers The sort of buyers who can afford to pay for what they require—either necessities or luxuries— and the kind of buyers who have enough brains to distinguish between fake advertising and the genuine. The Times is a meeting place for buyer and seller. More than 160.000 people meet here to peruse, and be guided by rts advertising news each day. It has taken lots of time, patience and money to gather this particular multitude of buyers, and The Times is still working fearlessly and tirelessly and right to increase the numbers. 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