Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1943 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
Newspaper Page Text
inn 4 ,, SiMmp4PpiPP
of our domestic skins we have
shipped abroad $134,000,000 worth
during the past -year. "" As amatte'r
of fact, we have available only about
25 percgnt of the skins we had be
fore the war."
There is general agreement among
the shoe experts that prices for foot
wear are due to go much higher, al
though some of the shops still have
large supplies of leather.
F. A. McLaughlin, head of the shoe
department of Lord & Taylor, said:
DO YOU BREATHE? DYNAMIC
"Colored kid hoots that sold sis
months ago at $10 are now $15.
Shoes that formerly sold at $5 must
sell now at $6.50 at least"
That the American people will
have to learn to use all kinds of
leather substitutes when conditions
become more acute seems to be the
general opinion. A rubber company
is making a sole of a composition of
rubber and other material. Other sole
substitutes will be offered.
Get ready for sandals and bare feet
SHOULD BE DONE WHEN YOU LEAVE
PUBLIC GATHERING PLACE
BY DR. R. H BISHOP, JR.
tx. uieveiana commissioner ot Health
The lungs of the average person
expell twenty cubic feet of "dead" air
To offset the effects of this poison
at least 3,000 cubic feet of outside air
should be pumped into -the room the
person is occupying.
No good will come from deep,
WHAT HAS BECOME
' fc ,.
THE OLD FASHIONED KID
WHO USED TO U5E
TH& BACK DOOE.?
forceful breathing unless the airyou
breathe is pure.
All air contains dust and 'certain
infective material. Tests of air in
mid-ocean, where the air s best, re
veals six germs to every cubic foot
A cubic foot of air in the down
town streets of our large American
cities will average not less than 80,
To get fresh, outside air in suffi
cient quantity you may have to re
arrange your mode of life, habits and
Few city folk get a chance to
breathe outside air more than a few
In the morning take time to walk
six or eight blocks before boarding a
car. By deep breathing you will
clear out nasal passages, throat and
lungs and at the same time purify"
the blood streams. Then foul air
you will breathe in the car will not
prove so injurious)
When yo"u- leave any public gath
ering place, walk a few blocks
breathing deep. This gives your
lungs a chance to throw off any foul
air they still retain.
Don't breathe through your mouth.
The air should first pass through the
nostrils and be warmed by the inner
air passages before entering the