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Alb'uquerque Morning Journal, Thursday, December 7, 1916.
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'PllF Jol'UNAL takes and print A !xty bouts and thirty mlnut' of exclusively Associated fresn lease l wire aervlr each week. No other newspaper published In New V"Xl-0 tHho trior ttinn twenty-four i, mrs of Associated ITea rvtc aurinK the wek. 1 ) ( 1 ' t ; s 1 1 A V . . i ri:m I'.f.it i ;i i o M.I.AMt S KlltONU .MAN AT THIS Ill I.M. Tin. n sigiiullon of I Iff ft II. As- i 1 1 1 1 1t . for eight years )i. I of the Finish government, mill I hn forma tion of ii iii-w calilni't, iih now hci'Hih .ni,l-li', Willi luvli IJo.vil-liirOign uh iii'iiili r. tihould inlilk u. 'liHllnrl ail Miiirn In llio coiiJuft of ih VMir h.v : i int I '. t i t . 1 1 i i . As u (lotiifMtlo Htult'Ntiiiin, AmuIiIi him dlumn initik of iiniloulitcil iihjl Ity, KiiKlly th lu'Ht rti'lir'tT In Uin llrllmli n t llniurnt nlin !' iIhIoiio, Ii iih iililc to KWtiy pulilio i 'itlininii. h an ivnrrr.vDf. IiIh oifitory. Vpi h i- " vl tin oru lor of tho (lliiilMloiiM l ie. 111m in IMinicnlM wrn IdKh'nl, rli'itr, routine, i.evcr oiinili'. Ho w;in (onvlnflnK, llllil tin ri'ln lay IiIm (.It llt poWrlM. Al mi lio vmh iv (oiiipr'omistt'r tin, ron (lllnloi; inn! therein wcm hoth IiIm wc.'ilinenn sirii) IiIh KtrciiKth. I'l ftnlir An(iillh Wiih iihln t0 hnr tiionlr.e in fereneeH lielweoti fuctloni of tlie i o einment ami IiIhk lK!th ir nun of illvpt-Ho lielli'f it ml preju dltwi in tho formation ol i coalition coveiiitiii'tit. Hut ho wa, Incnp'ilile of ihclHlvc uctlon, 1. . H..111I1 t. ho hied ilonlit nt rvery p With tliu tide of wn .iKlim hU:h r mill hiKhcr, ltli to. n't..al mil liiel'l' lire of tile' ' l!l 'tall, 1 art itetid, with Miltinleeriiu tt t .1 Mnudntlll 'id Ilia 1 1 i till roiiiiiiiiiult r 'i Ft..''" fiiintli'iilly ealllnif for i-ecniits. ho V (oiild not lirlni; liiniKeli to mU, elite i oii,;,nlnory nervier. 'Hli Hie aiinV ,, nI Kir John Kt 1 t lurlt I11K In 111111H mill iiinlini i.loil : it II loulil not fii lit except nefeiiHlvely, lie permttteil tl IIiKIkIi teiior tinlonii to liiuiipei work In Ihf l.ictoile allow ed dii' lnmn to hold up HiippllcN iil nady In taigo lor K'.'pinent t 1 France, wan Idle while til iiilnen Wen on 11 k'iii1.', tluiH w ilhlioldliiK find from a 1:iim pait of the fleet i)i tho North hi a. II,. it whs wlio 1 iliiclanllv uavfl oik li,-n lit to the I liill;Mill CXM illlllill lllld thin, f fit 1 ii to deplete (he defen sive foiees . lOtiv IudiI, lesl tliero he in iiHion, Hint reiiiforceiiientH In ciich iliihlctH that the Hituy there never v.in nt 1 011 enough for an effective olfeiiivc, iitid wan lie, on a useli ilfiiiKlve until moie llii,n one hun tlti,) tlionniiid of the HiiliUciN actual Iv I ,,.! .,.,.n killed. Had there In ell in. iiiai.y uh omvliuini il thonsuiiil i t , t'eetlvo flchtitiK men at any tinio wi -In the firnt thirty ditH, tho pet ilia wtnilil have heett conMliered, 'in ) ia 1 d nielli h would have hi-en fm d 11111I t'liiu'taiitinople would have ' at tliu mercy of the kuiih of the allied In .1 Ii Was In- W lei P nnlMeil only ' '1 tiii.sh t.01 In unit he mii cor of the iMiins. i 1 111111- illl Id IllIM' M.i d eiel - t. 1 11 tiiomat'd F nt .''i 1 1 u ti 1. 1 for 1 hi . i pi 1 : lllell t llllil-, 1 II, I W 1. 1 1 ami Mini' 1 ncgi u, an. ul W111.PI have war on the I'liHirbt 1 lull-,, 1 1 I.I lull Mde of (lie al'ic t licin. Tl.e Mi tiiiii was another Ahtjiiith, whleli w liaiilly Hticoi'sfcfiil bis poll- v uf too So far as mas 1 iiiHtcnit if against tii.potaiin' ,1 empeill flasco i lia rgeii hie to iiiild have In eu bl lb had It not been for little ton ate. be JiiiU'i ,1 l.y his ai bicv 1-111 lil. lVjiMd l.lov il-i'icoi ge Is the one Icily stii'iig Fngllsli empire t i.i III. Ill (if till! I be little Wi lf hman, w ho ciiiiie ii" cotii timnest t,f the I'niiiti' 1 biiA shown bliii.-i If rap- e 1 ion and of ui lion, tt s lorced through cimsiri, 10,1 f 1 01 the uple, of dci I- he w !io , be ho iiiilid the lalair union stnkcs and iiioMliKct) five million hands into manufacture of war Mippbi-K. It w.i 1.1") il-ili 01 gc who coiupilld the t.i' tmy onei to dii-gorge tlu-ir ixtot tiotiiiti) pM'flts for the benefit of the ym eminent. Me did more than Jvltchene; toward fuiulshinK men lie th war .utd did priutlcully all that law ben done toward f ut nislntig those men with arms tim' animiiiii-tion-wittr wha-h (- ttKti' .ffecj.1 o.. and it wan his pi. inn il out the rclui ttitit Hrlt fin.im iiif the war. Hut the BctlMtl K o. n l a v e left ptacti. , lm I I l td ' cent of at '! ton, . The phiii- 1 ' r ep brou,,ht venue f"r ,l ileoig" el i tor the. 1 tain 11 he ifi ' 1- tloiiii..lig the old Hysleii! 01 ciiuc. ui in Li g uild, until It .l.nl, be as 'itlii- iHrlr.ri n the educational nyslnm of Herman)', were forced upon public Htli-ntlon tiv this mini of foresight mil tlynnmlc energy. In his present position, Lloyd f 'n rt becomes quite as inui'h n dic tator "if liiitlsh affair us wan I'ltt. Nothing more has been bean! uf whelher Viirmnwi Intends t approve the protocol or not Init the 'M Hint )if Mill write ii biter telling Just IUW II l ImpOSSII'IO II) SCO rus HI" , -a r t.i menfice 1 he tl ln It V of t tit f. t chief of ii gient initio n. III MITV IH'MITVS f.ltl AI' I Al l.. The .loiirnal calls iittelillon to the cm toon ttils iiioi iiIiik hIiowIiik how the oij;anl.ed hoiltewlves of the hlK cities hu.o Btictecdeil In CiittiiiK price of eKKS from the exlurtioiuite figures at wlilch tin y were held l.y cold stoi -riRo men. Welz, the okk klnx, who o; wnd to havo In his warehonaes 72, fillO,00 eKM, Is i-aitooned as 1 1 urriS'' Y tiniopty havliic a Kieut fall. Tim women HlinplV refused to huy ffU ttie inlces. Not all thn klnK's horses mid nil the klnK's men coudl put Iiimpty fiumpty tonethfr iu',aln. Hut wo lulKht lis well rcroKiilKo the fact that we shall not have, low prices lor a Ioiik tinio. No one will ho uhle to prevent us piiylnn our eontrllMillon tow. id the cost of tho war. In one way or unolher wo nre ioIiik to help I ,y, either throiiKh tlm pin h of tie prcHsloii or liV way of lilKh nleo. lusplle the hest economic KafeKuards mid ill Tenses. In tho I011K run the world evens up tho lialance. World prices govern finally 11 ml exact eveti luul oliedleiice. l'lenty will not ohtain contliiiially In liny renlon, howsoever favoied, when want rules throimliout the real of thn em III., ''heap food and Koods l.l'fi Hi m ply ImposMllilo, When hoth veiywhern else are excessively dear. The hest wo can hope, for Is that ne cessities will Htlll lai cheaper hero In iilnces is Kcarco when Plenty in iuw form exists. Snipe of tm remem ber When Kansas people bullied com becaiise ns fuel It was cheaper than coal or wood. J'"ood In abundance Is store,! In IttiHsla. now, but money there 1h Kcarco, mid dear. Whereas, iumoiikT uh today, money never was so plentiful, and tho very abundance of It iiccelornleM tho trend toward high er prices. HoyeottH nn 11 remedy for hlsii prlceH 11 in but temporary expedients. Finns to cut out tho middle men havo not been suecesHful, as) a rule. Tho farm-to-tahlo plan has broken down in Wisconsin, arter thorough trial tin der supervision of the Htalo univer sity. Jt has failed In many other places in tho wesl, where the trial was made under less favorahlo lr cumstances. Tho causes of failure nil depend on two facts: The parcels post Is slower mid lesH convenient than tho corner grocery, and consumers ttro willing to pay for the better service of the groceiymati. In tho pufcels post Meivli e, conlalner mo imperfect, or-ilei-senders are Impatient, farm-shippers are dilatory, charges are not t tatidarill.e,l mid payments nre not regular. No business so conducted (all succeed. The faiin-to-tablo plan breaks iKiWii as the public market htm broken down In all but a few cities, bnotuito tt l iii'iler to pay the groceries for dnllv eilnx on tho shortcut notice and In convenient nin'iHtics. The Anii r'caii people like to have tiiiios done lor them. And the only way to gei ;ood servi M Is to pay for tt. Scientists tell us that idieniistry may yet find a way to prevent people from glowing old It M-einn 1n"t 11 isn't years, Init chemistry, that gets our goat. Itl l'OltrATION 4)1' HFU.IAXS. Helgluui sends a foiinal protest to the t'nlted States against the enslave ment of its people by (ieriiiany, and brave rardlnal Mercier, whoso luiine should he forever reveled liecauso of his courage und ib votioii, has Writ tin another caustic and unansw ei ahJo letter to (lie Teuton governor general pli ailing fur Justice to bis people. Tin re is 110 iiiei'tlon that the sei zure of lame nutuheis of FelKlalis mid their deportation Into what amounts to tuibistiial i.lavcry, Is in violation of the rules of the Hague convention, to which t'.einuiny stih scillied. iielliiliii casuistry has tried to make it appear that when these lVU'laiis are torn fiom their fa mil ic;i and heidid In cattle cms and sent away Into captlvnv to work for iler maity'H benefit, it Is "for their own good " 1'iobably It Is for the good of the I'.ilgi.ins who have been permitted to '.main In their homes that Cermany lias iiiciiani'd its tax levy on them li"in eight million dollars a month to ten millions. Washington has Intimated to Hct Iin that such deportations are creat ing u hostile feeling aumnK the peo ple of tin- rntii'j States, and it Is f.ild that A mbassiidor tieiard will pie-l ilt lip Auiericu.it view In even a tinner way when he lea' he the kul. I 1 s capital. Hut tin most distressing Miggestion comes front lxiiubin that, owini; to ttio great amount of fund beins kcU td In Helgiutn by the Fieimans. it limy heoonie necessary for ttie uUles to prohibit the further Importation of foodstuffs Into that unhappy country. Him. In Furope. ' I'Sg K Money measureH vah.es. Hut till. ISSEP'OT & i&FzA Money n.erelv measures. It does not f$gW$ U W pnahu-o. Money somCmes la pie- t2! - Bj '3! VT AND which 1111 hum thai about seven mil lion people would starve to death in side of six iiiotil lis. Thin Is a condition which the neu tral nations can not penult to come about. Tho fall of Hiicharcst makes Die fourth llltle kingdom to be put out of business sincn the war began: Hid gluin, Serbia, Moiileilcmo, Rumania. It Is suggested that tho government armor plate plant will be located far inland. We recom mend A Ibimuel quo as fitting that 1 1 1 1 i ii-i n en I . Homebody has suggested Iho sub stitution of a diet of nuts for eggs, lm I tt r and meat. That would send the price of nuts sk.v wind. With Scissors and Paste YAXKFi: Oltlt.lN l I I V I'HAISI .I). ( t '01 1 cMpondenoo of New York World.) Itome M. Ulaghili If, w hoso ltallet Kusko Is now running at tint Man hattan opera house In New Yolk, will slart a nlinilur show In Home. "'Italy is Just like An. erica III this." he said. "She can't see Hie lieauliert at home. S(1 in America. You Yan kees havo some of thn most perfectly bountiful things in the world, things Oiat ime 1 lliontia I IV American. I mean your new beauty of modern life. You've got it to perfection. Iook at your women, your splendid American horn architecture. Iook at the mag nificent lines of your skyscrapers, your m'chesl ens, your cocktails: look at the rhythmic motion as you hurry along Hroadway. Inik at your bold ideas in native neckties. These are all Aineiic.iii, (lie honest, courageous expression of the modern American soul of the man for whom nothing is Impossible, who call do everything because he dares all. "And .M-t, what did 1 see when I took my ballet t( New York'.' Why these Yankees were absolutely asluini c, of their sk hc l a pe i s. When I lisked to be taken to the most beau tiful places In the city they showed me a hotel built In imitation of K11 inpcan iluthlc and early Italian Ite liais.Mince' 1 was horrified. When 1 want to sen tlotliic I g,, to I till tatty or Hiitain. when I look for Italian lieiiaiss.ince I go to Sienna or l'cru I'.lii. 'I'n miss the ocean and see these Imitations makes m. tired, for you Americans could d so much bet ter If oii stopped your reproductions mi, struck out boldly 011 onr own lilies, developing the natural genius which is there, but which our mil lionuiiis snub, preferring to make copies of what we have ill the old world. You Yankees are mental snobs. That'll the si.e of it." TI liK'S MlM'lil uv. ( Htncrsoii.) There is. throughout nature, some thing mocking something that leads us on and on, but arrives nowhonr keeps no faith with us. All pi utilise outruns the pel fol inance. We live ill u s.tstem of approximation. F.very j end is prospective of some other end. winch Is also temporary. A round und final success nowhere. Till: Itl.U FY Hl.l 111 HO. t S ashlngton l'ost.) "It's a brave man who always takes his wile's aitviee, " sas thn Albany Knickerbocker 1'ress, hut for down right desperate heroism give us the limn who refuses to follow It. HKI vriiixo i:iiuimx t Nautilus.) When you take breathmir exercises, lire mmi filling our lungs too full? Hreath control Is Die thing to seek for, nut the crow ding of your lungs lull of 11 1 r. The hitler simplv distends the lung sin face, makes extra cells and then Mill have to keep on strep lung your liiiis In order 0 keep those evils HE HAD A GREAT FALL ! clean! It is the same principle a. overdeveloping muscles; .sou develoi more muscle than you need and then y 011 have to take extra exercises to keep it In trim. Novcr M retch your lungs. If you have already done It, you can not ini tio it, but II will correct itself ufter 11 time If yoil ipiit stretching, lireathe easily, Fill Jour lungs Just moder ately full, keep on prnrtisiiiK until you ran always breathe without "clos ing the, trapdoor." If you havo trou ble with tliu epiglottis closing, you may be sure that u fill your lungs entirely too full, i'nt till of your at tention on breathing easily, rhyth mically, holding the breath a moiiieiit nml then exhaling slowly through the nostrils. Take pains to make the ex halation fully as long as the inhala tion. 1 believe in exhaling- through the nostrils for all ordinary breathing ex orcises, because 1 believe in hrenlfi control and not In lung' slrelching. Most of tile control comes from (lie slow exhaling. KTIAIiXSON AT TlllHTY. (Century.) I do not think that in those early days Slevensoii appeared to any of us uh specifically a genius, an exception al man set apart for great, aeeoiu pllNlnnoiits. Indeed, had wo been solemnly assured that he would share tho honor, with only one or two pos sible competitors, of being the fore inost Kngllsh writer of the latter half of the nlnetceiitli century. We would certainly havo received tho assurance Willi 11 smile. What! Fouls! so sim ple, kindly, natural; so all around a good fellow, so like all tho rest o us, only nicer! And 1 am quite sure that In his in most heart at this period he could never really havo looked forward to or expected tho fame which later caino to him, und. whioh Blows and expands as time gives us the perspec tive wherewith to view It in all it" roundness and bigness and essential simplicity. In fact, In lntiodiicttii, himself to 1110 ho remarked simply that be w is "a writer chup," or hop ed to lie olio. I was told of n rainy afternoon "blague party," at which 1 did not chaiico to be pics, ml, during which Hob Stevenson amused himself by lorocastlng the future careers of those present. When he caino to his cous in, ho remarked, with a satirical llltle smile: "There sits l,oiils, as smug and complacent as any old typo de bour geois. 1 have not the least doubt that he fondly imagines thai one of these uays they will be publishing all of his dinky, private col rcsindence 'the letters of K. F. S.' in hoai d.s.", And lxiuis Joined as heartily as anyone In the laugh which tho sally raised. Hob at least did live to see the publication of the "Vailimu Fetters-" and 1 have often wondered If he remembered this little Incident as ho thumbed then leaves. l'AMI'AS WIIFAT OI-' AIK.KXT1XA. Washington, IV t". With Russia's wheat cut off from the rest of the woli. I, Willi Canada's and Australia's cereal output "spoken for" by tiie;t Itiitain's mniies, and with America's product commanding rocord pruts, the eves of the empires turn toward Argentina, winch ranks sixth among the wheat growing countries of the world. Hailey Willis. In a communica tion to tlie National Geographic so ciety, tells of the vast agricultural wealth of thl.t country. The societ.v has Issued a part of Mr. Willis' arti cles as the following bulletin: "The conditions on ttie pampas, which cover an area of son, 000 square miles, give tho Argentine republic its high tank among the wheat and corn growing countries uf the world. The pampas are a vast grassv pl'iln. Is there aiiv'thing' tiiore to U'C'Sarrr.'" TTiof plain of the pampas is not like the great western plains of the t'nited States. The latter are broken ! Millies, fin rower by streams, trav ers ed by river vallevs. The pampas are not. "To pain mi Idea of the extent of tho fertile pampas leg-ion. one needs but look at a railway map of Atgen tiua. Fuciios Aires and iio:,.uo are the two ports of shipment of Its pro duct, the centers from which trulfic uidiatoM to all sections of the coun try. Knglisii and other capital has been expended to the amount of $1 iiiia.ortii.iiOO in building railways to develop 1 he rich lands, hut in the less profitable, country tho lines have been extended only a trunk , lines, niinol to reach some distant point. The pampas are thn huh of the Ar gentine wheel of fortune, of which Hueiios Aires, the Argentine FI Dora do, is the center. "The a 1 en of tho pampas Is ono sixth of the country. In the larger part which lies beyond the pampas, the other five-sixths, there is a groat extent of lands destined to pastoral pursuits; there are districts of great natural resources, which are either actual or potential contributors: to the natural wealth. "The pampas lire a paradise for cattle in the average year when the pasturage, whether freshly green or cured to ni.tur.il hay, affords abun dant feed." .loiix mil, Mi'irrs swkit i-otato. (London (Hobo.) There has just, arrived from the Azores a consignment of sweet po tatoes. Tills article is not, strictly speaking, a vegetable, ulthougll called a potato, as It Is generally used by Spaniards and 1'ortuguese as a sweet, linked in an oven, and then split open and eaten without an addition, it is delicious, having a flavor closely al lied to that of a chestnut. LFTTT.U Tt) l)IS( l).TKNTi;i WIVIvS. (Kathleen Nortis In Pictorial Kcview) It will be a wonderful day lor Am erican womanhood when we begin to incisure fair happiness by the things we dure do without, rather than by the things we accumulate. There may have been great talcs written of undiluted riches and success, hut 1 can not call one to mind. When we think rif immortal stories we thing of .Mrs. 1'oyser's kitchen, of "Dtddy 1 '.01 dot's" humble boarding house, ot .Martha tnakin it little lion pudding for Miss Mattie, of Holla, and Iter fa titer feasting royally on penny buns and skim milk. Haute,, Clothe and Shakespeare did not nive us domes ticity, it is true, but 1 for one would lead them more devotedly if they had done so. And the moral of that is, as "The iMichess" says, that you can not find anything' bigger or sweeter than tho family group about the dining table, the children at their mothers knee, tho simple tndiiiing love of Plan und wile. Wo can make the little house and the little yard a paradise for the per sons living there. Whatever your home is, it is a finer home than the various homes that sent Dickens and (Irant and Lincoln and Franklin and Samuel dements an, Jiow many hundreds of others straight to the scats of the highly. Two hundred yciits from now there may be a cop- OFFICE WORKERS FACTORY WORKERS and others who labor indoors i should always take the strength compelling tonic-food in SCOTT'S EMULSION to keep up their strength, nourish their nerves and increase their energy. SCOTT'S is helping thousands- why not you ? (x-utt & Buwnc. BkipaSeU, K. J. krJJ per plate on your front door, and in terested )crsims from all over the tv oriel Jiiay.Ufi mtJwiJ)(4..pilrli;iaUo,s to J ipe tho room where your son was. horn and tho sinisliljiy kitchen where ; ,e read and dreamed beside you. They 1 may be Having, as they say in Shakes peare's house today: "Wouldn't it he ; wonderful to have been hero, Just for 1 on hour, and to hmo seen them us- J iriK these bowls and sweeping the j floor with this quaint old broom'.'" i Here Is u little row of thoughts j loi' the younger women, who ure 1 fitartiiiK in, and who haven't made their mistakes yet: . I. Your husband is an averav.e hit- ! man liHinir; bis opinion i worth at 1 least as much us any one other per- son's opinion. j II. What you eivo your children's bodies is of infinitely leiss importance than what you Kive their souls. III. Nothing Kood was ever no' cvmplifhed by un unhappy woman. l'. In u divorce, as everywhere , els-e, the blaint' and tho burden, fall j on the woman. Thin is not fair, of ; course, but it in true. V. You have the material for hap-' pinoM In your life, right now. : VI. The way t0 bi'Kin living hap- ! pi.,- !s to lieRin. KII'1J(; 1'OE.MS TO Till: HASKFT (London Observer.) It was interesting to notice how the papeis treated -Mr. Kipling's third ar ticle on the Jutland battle. of the :h..I,Veini' (Journals, onlv tho Uu i I News found room for the concluding descriptive letters from 11 19 year old child, mid ot'l.v the Daily Mail pub lished the introductory verses, which were almost, t'hestertonlan as Kip- i lingosnue. Wh0 would have thought to sec a time when' a gratuitous poem by the author of ' KccesKional" would ; go Into the waste paper basket. i aiaict: or ax m.nr.u hkothi u: lie liberal. Leave some tiheuves upon the plain That hungry folk may come to glean j tha rutin. I Ho neighborly. K'en insects may do j good And show some kindness to a neigh bor's brood. ' Ee chon t'ul. Cheeii'ulness w ill bring 1 (U'liKht; j We love the wagtail's note, Hs flick ering flight. He pitiful. "1 would churlish be and ' hard To drive small finches from our Ktack and yard. A little grain refused or given will show Whether a heart holds kindly thoiight.i or no. Ancient Chinese T'oem (translated by o, K. It. Allen.) V AH I S A CAM'' AT $. 1 Hit). t Huston Host.) Lowell, Mass. A $2'., 000 hull calf has been born to Sophie XIX, the filicen of the Jersey cows on the C. 1. Hood farm in North Tewksbiiry. Mr. Hood declares that hc !;uj;"k to i'n Iho through this calf a superior line of Jerseys. The birih of a son and heir to the queen of the Jersey herd Is nn event r iw w f , vter'i V " 1 S - 1 I I - ;-vrv K t ' ' 1 --. 1 MARIAN COLE FISHER A National Authority FOODS and the In nn Interview on linking: powder, Marian Cole Fisher, Cliaata uipia lec turer and at that tinio special chairman of the Saint l'aul Housewives' Feague and an active member, slated as fol lows; "I find many. In fact, very many, women woefully uninformed on the sub ject of baking; powder. Kvidently tho housewife does not appreciate the vnlua of baking- powder in her kitchen and in her baking-, or she would have informed i herself. This is a subject that is quite t important. i "A great many of the housewives ; today have followed their mothers or grandmothers in the use of bak ing pow : tier, w hich in some instances is a mis take. There has been Just as much lm i provement in baking powder as in other j commodities. I am glad to find that 1 baking: powder has kept up with the I times. ' "Some housewives have been led to . believe that the crenm of tartar pow 1 ders are the best kooiIs to use. This is a ; mistake, result iittr no douht from the 1 constant efforts of the Twenty Million Foliar Unking l'owiiir Trust to create a prejudice against all goods gave their own. Their goods should be least ile nirable on account of the lare qu.inti i ties of Kochclle Salts remaining in the , food. "Tho other extreme is the clip.m und Bis Cnn' baking powders, which sell all the way from ten cents a pound to a ui four iart nun to Vlnutlou. IVul. 1 1 rx!F mwl Em TheYoungMan STARTING IN BUSINESS WILL FIND THE NEED OF HELP IN FINANCES. IT IS TO HIS ADVANTAGE TO GO TO A BANK THAT WILLUNDERSTAND THIS AND GIVE HIM THE EN COURAGEMENT, NECES SARY FOR HIS NEEDS. THIS BANK MAKES A POINT OF HELPING YOUNG MENTO ADVANCE The Citizens Bank 3rd and W. Central THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE Safe Home Treatment for Objectionable Hars j (lloudoir Secrets.) j Tho electric needle is not required for the removal of hair or fuzz, for ' with the use of plain delatone the 1 most stubborn growth can be quickly I banished. A paste Is made with water ! and a little of the powder, then spread j over the hairy surface. In uhout 2 j minutes it is rubbed off and the skin : washed. This simple treatment not only removes tho hair, but leaves thn skin free IY0111 blemish, lie sum i yon get genuine delatone. in the dairy world because of the fame of his sire and mot her, who were biounliL here from Jersey twen ty years ago. They grew up on lh Hood farm. The mother won first prize four years ago at the Interna tioiial liairy show at Milwaukee and at the last Springfield show. The sire won prizes at agricultural shows in Ohio, New York and in this state. Hood recently refused $:'ri,oiHi, of fered ,y Miss May Irwin, for Sophie. At that time Mr. Hood said he would not take, $50, (Kin for the cow. The calf, when old enough, will he en tered in iile and dairy shows. MARIAN) COLE FISHEK 1 on the Subject of PURE ART OF COOKING. cent nn ounce. Thess ar even less de sirable than the high-priced goods. I can say nothing In their favor. They are never economical; frequently leav ing the baking bleached and acid; some times yellow and alkaline, and olten unpalatable. They are not dependable and represent false economy at any price. "The most simple way for the house wife to class baking powder Is by price. The trust Roods that retail for 4..C or Bi)c a pound are usually the cream of tartar powders, and are of the old school; and the cheap and 'Big a" kind that sell all the way from luc a pound up to a cent an ounce should also he avoided. , . "The last word In baking powder is the happy medium, a combination pow der that sells at a moderate price una when properly prepared gives the con sumer full value for the money. T" result in baking is pure, wliolesom food, without any harmful residue. There is no reason why any housewite should pav 4."c or Boo per pound, l"9 best linking powder made can he manu factured so as to retail at about li tin '"(In being asked what baking powfler she used in her work, Marian Coie Fisher frankly stated that for more than seven years she had used Canon" Faking Fowder with the most satisfac tory results In every particular. sacs? t- TIium Hulloinx. New Tortt M. V. i,a Mfld K. IS BiauilW 1 .ml--