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Street in Prague Renamed Wilson.
AMSTERDAM, November J.?A Prague dispatch to the Tageblatt of Benin says that the Craben, the finest basiness street in Pregue, has been renamed Wilson ptreet. Nadine Face Powder (& Croon (Mr) Keeps The Beautiful Money back If not en tirely pleased. Nadine is pure and harm less. Adheres until washed off. Prevents sunburn and return of dlacolorationa. A million delighted users prove its value. Tints: Flesh. Pink. Brunette, White. SaU fe ' * I T?b( Cila-i m Hri llali?l Toilet Company. Paris, Teaa. GAS MASKS FOE TRADf CEEW. Chlorine Fames Escape When Ten Freight Cars Are Derailed. POUGHKEEPSIE, n: Y., November I. ?Ten.cata of ti fast freight train on the New York Central railroad were derailed seven miles south of POtfghr keepsie yesterday. One car contain ed chlorine, gas, some of which escap ed from a steel drum and aettled.0Yet the vicinity. I All.'members ,of the crew . escaped, [injury in the wreck and none was af j fectdd by the' gas. alth'ough a call was I sent to -the Poughkeepsie fire depart ; ment for gits masks, which were rush ! ed to the scene. I Swift Jt Company'! Sales af Beet j in Washington. D. C., for the week ' ending-Saturday, Oct. 26, 1918, aver ' aged 17.11 cents per pound.?Adver- j tisement. nr SEED OF SURGICAL CABS. Ambassador Francis Going to Lon - don to Undergo' Operation. Ambassador Francis soon Is to leave Archangel for England, where he Is to undergo a slight operation.'-It was said at the state Department that Mr. Fnmcfs had hoped to have the opera tion - performed some time ago, but bad been prevented until .now by the press of official duties which kept him inRuMia. War Exposition Postponed. CLEVELAND. Ohio, November 1.? The war exposition of the United States and allied governments, sched. uled here November 9 to 17, has been postilbned to November 16 to 24, ow ing to the influenza epmemic. An nouncement to this effect was made following a conference of exposition officials and Health Commissioner H. L Rockwood. pvrchase coffee old and atah To please, it certainly will fail; m freshest blend regale? Every teaspoonful scooped from the tightly sealed, parch ment-lined bag is wonderfully fragrant and full of the aroma of the coffee bean when first thrown from the roaster?cackling and popping from the gas flames. You'll enjoy the treat of fresh coffee just like the warm, crisp bread, right from the ovens every day. Many thousands of pounds of coffee are turned out from this plant, but not more than the daily orders. Coffee is delivered whenever and in whatever quantities the grocer prefers so that he doesn't stock up and keep the coffee on his shelves for weeks, to stale. It Hits The Spot PERFECT BLEND W1LKINS ItC<:r V COFFEE/ bran Muffins rlE large, clean, coarse flakes of Pillsbury's Health Bran are milled especially for human consump tion. They supply the roughage and bulk necessary to promote normal in testinal action. You surely will enjoy Pillsbury's Health Bran muffins, bread, cookies, etc., made according to the special Pillsbury recipes on the package. They furnish variety to your bread ration and supply the desired laxative effect. Health Bran Foods should be made'a regular part'of your daily diet. Ask your doctor.' Insist Upon Pillsbury's Large Package ?At Your Grocer's PILLSBURY FLOUR MILLS COMPANY MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. Bran Cookies % Pillsbury's food, health; home and thrift . ' \ ? ? CHOOSING LUNCHEONS FROM A CAFETERIA MENU. What Your Meals Should Fur nish?What May Be Done to Increase the Supply?Econ omy is Very Necessary. Here is a typical cafeteria luncheon menu from the cafeteria of the United States Food Administration and sug gestions for three good luncheons which might be chosen from it: Vegetable puree . 1? Roast veal?gravy 15 Browned potatoes 05 Creamed oyster plant .05 Meat cakes "... .10 Red beans.. .05 Victory bread (only 2 Slices) Each slice 01 Butter 02 Raisin bread (2 slices and butter) .05 Cornbread and butter, i 05 Cottage cheese 05 Spiced pickles * .01 Salads 10 (Apple, celery, raisin, vegetable). Pineapple, tapioca ? Whipped cream ? .05 Ice cream. v. .10 Bananas 05 i Pears 05 Milk, pint 08 Milk and buttermilk, glass.. f05 I Coffee 08 I Tea .05 LUNCHEON 1. Fnrnishes Chiefly. Browned potatoes Starch, mineral salts, bulk. Creamed oyster plant.. Minerals and' bulk, some starch. Apple, celery and rai sin salad Bulk and mineral salts (iron), green stuff. Ice cream Tissue-building mate rial and mineral salts (calcium), fat. LUNCHEON 2. Raisin bread rftarch and mineral v salts (iron). Vegetable salad Bulk and mineral salts, green stuff. Glass of milk. Tissue building rna . teril and mineral salts (calcium). Pineapple tapioca Starch and mineral salts. LUNCHEON 3. I Cottage cheese Tissue building ma- I terial and mineral J (calcium). Vegetable salad...... Mineral salts, gMf stuff, bulk. Corn bread Starch. Butter Fat. Pear Mineral salts, bulk. Every day's diet should include foods that will furnish: 1. Energy (starches and fats). 2. Tissue building material (milk, eggs, meat). WHAT FOOD SHOULD SUPPLY. (Every adult should get one-third quart of milk a day.) 3. Mineral salts, particularly calcium and iron (vegetables and fruits, milk for calcium). 4. Bulk. 5. Something green (fresh fruits, salads, etc.) This does not mean that every meal must include all these things, but the other meals of the day may make up what is lacking. If there be plenty of variety and plenty of min eral salts, something green and some thing bulky, one will be pretty apt to choose welL Good health and a good appetite will demand enough energy food. England and Food Production. A crabbed and skeptical citizen with a naturally bad disposition, or a sly German propagandist may be beard to ask. "Why does America have to work so hard to feed Europe? Why I aren't they producing their own food? j Not much of their land is In the hands of the enemy. What is England do ing?" In the first place. America is not working hard. We are only learning to live without wasting. We have no serious deprivations. And Europe is producing food. Every bit of land, both in France and England that is tillable, is now used for raising grain or vegetables. But it must be remembered that the United States has taken over the re sponsibility of feeding Belgium, which would actually starve otherwise, and that there are two millions of our own .men in Frence, England and Italy, and even in Russia, to whom supplies must go from home. As to what England is doing,, one has only to read in the War Cabinet Report to learn that she is producing much more food now than she did two years ago. There are now about 270.000 women in agricultural work in Great Britain. An active recruiting campaign was undertaken and pro vision was made for the training of workers by means of short courses at colleges, institutes or on the farms. Before the war there were about SO,000 women employed in agriculture in England, Scotland and Wales. The great expansion was due largely to the work of the volunteer organiza tion of the woman's war agricultural ; committees, village registrars and i -.> . ; District representatives. .There are 3,500,060 more acres under cultivation now than before 1916. Sorae of this land, under t,he-defense of the realm act, was cultivated under orders from the government. By law the government could enforce cultiva tion of land when ft was discovered that it was not properly tilled. . Steps have been taken to survey areas of land which could be improved by drainage. In Scotland a survey was made.of deer forests with. a. view to restocking tracts of land with sheep. Other districts which have never be fore been used as agricultural lands are now producing vegetables and grain. The government has taken possession of unoccupied land, and al lotted it In sections to city residents |'who would cultivate it in their spare time. The allied food administrators ore in touch with the food'situation of the whole world, and the program they have outlined is for the good of us all. America is not doing more than her share. In fact, the burden of war has fallen lightly upon us. We do not ex- < pect to be rationed by compulsion, as the British, French and Italians are. Our sugar ration of two pounds a month, for instance, is purely volun tary. i But we are asked, as patriotic citi zens of a great republic, fighting with worthy associates at our side. In the war, to conserve all lood by eating less, and to waste nothing. And there is no doubt that the American people will meet this emergency, as they have met others in the past. The End of a Perfect Garden. Before you say your last good-bye to your garden, pay it one more friendly visit. If there are any green tomatoes or last tiny cucumbers that have been overtaken by the cold weather, they may be made a de licious addition to the'winter stoijes by being pickled or used in chow chow and other pickle combinations. The last of the eggplant, -peppers and okra are also worth canning and the last planting of spinach should not be allowed to go to waste. Gather it to the last leaf and dry before storing. 1 Perhaps you have left a few odd ears of corn that were late in filling A Woman Is As Old As She Looks A man may be couldered young at 60 If he feels and look* well. A woman wiinklol at 30 or 35 la In-, variably considered old. Wrinkles are maai'a heritage, bnt that la no reason why their annoying ap pearance cannot be prevented. All that la reqnlreal la a little attention. Stop In at O'Donnell's Drug Store* People'a Drag Stores or any flrat el (inn druggist and ask (or a battle of Uslt. Feeh evening before re tiring npply Uatt with absorbent cotton and massage the faee gent ly. The effect* of thla not oil prepa ration will atlmulate and smooth (he akin and eradicate the annoy ing wrinkle*. Ualt la a pare nut oil liquid (not a cream or pastel? delicately perfumed and guaranteed not to cause the slightest hair growth. Beaaty Specialist* everywhere are giving treatments with Usit, recognising its wonderful benefit to the complexions?Advertisement. JiflyJsS With Salad Flavor jMy-j Fell dessert* come in many fruit flavors. But Lime Jifly Jell ? flavored with lime fruit? makes the . best salad jelL It is tart and green. The flavor comes in liquid form, sealed in a vial. Servs with yaur -salad. Or mix in veg etables, cooked or un cooked, before the _ Jifly-Jell cools. Left overs will do. Ormixin meat scraps and mske a meat loaf. Try Loganberry Jiffy-Jell for a dessert, and Lime for a atlad JelL One package serves six. These quick, economical dainties serve a big need today. Tm* faciarii -fmr 25 Csato JIFFY-JELL?Wankath*. Wucaaain ? BEL People of Discriminating Taste EVERBEST not MasfiasiNE ????'MADE IN EL.QIN* ? * ?appeals particularly to those people whose tastes and appetites have been educated and accustomed to the best _ _ . v . . The snappy tang of peanuts, the rieh sweet* ness of crushed cocoanut meat and die creamy ? butterlike flavor of whole milk all combine to make Evezbest Nut Margarine the ideal table spread. Evezbest Nut Margarine has in addition a multitude of kitchen uses. < Purchase a brick today and be sure kia Everbest P. I_ C. Cochrane out. Do you know how delicious thecal are roasted in the corn popper on the top of a hpt stove? Corn of this kind doesn't pop to be sure, but the grains puff . out and roast to a beautiful mouth-watering brown. Eaten as i popcorn with* butter and salt, or as a cereal with milk, it is a treat not only enjoyed by the children, but the older members of the family as welL And how abput those lima beans you have left on the vines to be burned as rubbish. Dried lima beans are al most as good as fresh ones if they are well' soaked. - cooked thoroughly and served, with milk or a little white stock. ? ? String beans are good too, even if they do look yellow and dry and seem to hang-dejeetedly to the vines. Pick them and stpre them away. Some winter's night when you want to treat your family to some steaming hot bean soup, or some baked beans you will be thankful you saved these last few quarts that clung to the vines, after the early frosts. And now you come to the cabbage patch. You have cut off all the cab ba^s and put tHem away in the cel lar. But do you notice that on al most every stem left standing in the ground there were several tiny sprouts? Out these off and cook them, then serve with a white sauce. Is there anything else left in your garden? Surely you are not going to let those muskmelo-ns you were too late in planting and the cold weather has overtaken be burnt up as rubbish. Try some muskmelon pickles. Per haps you will be as pleasantly sur prised as the man who first took his courage in hand and ate a tomato. TO SPEND 34 MILLION FOR MEATS FOR ARMY Expenditure of ?34,400,831.65 by the subsistence division for the purchase of meats for the Army ha* Just been authorised. These purchases cover frosen beef and smoked and tinned meats, and are divided among pack ers throughout the United States. It is one of the largest expenditures for meat ever made by the United States government. 7-HE elephant's head is on every genuine package of TETLEVS TEA ^x>ok for it when you buy tea next. TbeddicateflavOrOfDouglaS ,4/frying ESfcvIl" doesn't absc Oil wfll make it your choice foQ ? Odora-^can be used again a salads. Douglas mayonnaise "j figain. Hi and Douglas French dressing -?-* Made to the heart of cct are treats for the epicure. refined by an exclusive proc< For shortening it equals ?packed in air-tight cans, ter and is just as easy to ins^'pS Your grocer has Douglas OH Fine also for seasoning. ? V can get it for you. Noriskinatt Douglas Oil is the healthful t. can?satisfaction guaranteed. DOUGLAS COMPANY, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Manufacturer* of Com f)rodact* WALTER LEA.slAN, 945 Pa. Ave. MW^ Washington, D. C. now then? The Liberty Loan Is Oversubscribed! .The "Flu" Epidemic Is Controlled! The Germans Are Licked? TRAVERS?SHOES 314 7th St. N.W. are ready to show the final triumph in shoe merchandising Tomorrow---and This Week The Complete Showing of "Winter Footwear for Women" Specially Priced at? the Pair Similar Styles, Style shown is of soft Kid skin?all leather; newest military heel; all sizes and widths. Sedate, rich in elegance and tone, refined, and priced for real economy Especially Featuring " Victory Shade of Deep Brown'' Kidskin and Calfskin; all leather or with cloth top to match. Military heel or high Loais to sail your need