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AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1918.
pace rive varloin Improper remark cropped out Mind you. the Jury h:d not received a word of evidence fmiu the witnena Mind relative first, to the Canton trial, or entid. other HUppnstd offenses hy Leslie Nobles, or, third, hi reputation In the community. nd the jury were sworn to try tin- case noli'ly I'V what they heard undT oath from the wit ties land, luiuind.ul of thin oh'.iiMtlon, the Jury, or some of th.-ni. vnlinit.i-rcd remarks about till these matter which were not In evidence. The defendant nd hi roiiiiKel were not there to delend against these statement made In the Jury room or to crosa exutntiie the purtlm that were introducing theHe Dial tcm before the rent of the Jury. Such dainaKlnis testimony aK:iltist an accused In his absence Is it plain violation oi the Constitution which iay a lefendant shall lie confronted with wlthosse gainst him so that he may have the opportunity to crons examine them and rehut their testimony. Theae consideration alone would he sufficient to require a new trial hut there Is si ill another aspect ot the. tnatier equally an important an the forn KoitiK. Vou will recall the Constitution nays a man aliall be tm hy an Impartial Jury and in the dis trict Court that means hy twelve lu.partl.il men. Kleven men or any number less than twelve can not return a verdict. One prejudiced Juror will ltlate a verdict. In the case of Washhurn v State, 2n Southwestern 71 a our Supreme Court in such matters nays: "The Juror Pope was so prejudiced URalnst defendant. and his mind so fixed as to lefeinlant'a guilt, and the verdict Is so tainted Iherchy. that we do not feel It should he permitted to stand ." In connection with the discussion In the Jury room of tin- defendant's reputation Tom Karnes svh one Juror stated "that the lios reputa tion wai etniuth to break his 1I..1111 nei k." Thus w sii' that some Juror who had not heard 11 word if evidence from the stand about reputation never theless (herlshcil this very hitter leding toward the defendant and even went so far as to urge 11 upon the other Jurors, and I ask you 111 the name ol common decency mid fairness, wait this man 11 fair and Impartial Juror? This Jut r clearly must have hail that feeling towards Nnbl. i when he iu.il llled on the Jury and declared iliat he had no Han or prejudice against the hoy and 1 Milium that it is an insult to Intelligence to loitteud that that Juror was capable of an 1 1 . V" rt i : t verdict. Prejudice ;.n,i r.ilr Judgment are In. niisi.ti nt Had reputation may l.e reprehensible but it Is not a rliue for whlih men ran he tried and convicted Leslie Nobles w ,is being lib d for a specific altered crime and not for bad reputation and furthermore let me again repeat there had lie-n no evidence whatever about reputation, sn inanlti-ftlx remarks nn that aubject were entirely linpinp.r "We'l," Heine one will s.iv "how 1 1 ' t the Jurors' discussion of Nobles' reputation ami other supposed offenses and tile Canton tildlct .e,lnlice Hie ie felidatil?" The answer Is : niiple These remarks. ir the most of them, incurred ti h 11 the Jury wore "'far apart on the p-nalty. mid the plain i'tiil-:nt if HUi'll dlsi us-dolls 'iiul probable elt" t was to cauo the low nu n. p rh"ps inn on i.hi 1v. to agree on i higher term of Imprisonment llan liny other Vvlse would hate done On top of all tin discus- loin .1 1 iii t the di fend ant's reputation and other ..Ibi'. offensea and the Canton trial, aM 11 1 1 I cm li of .vhteli were itn lroper. theie vv.i:. the r 11 ft It t ml - oinluet consist ing of remarks and allumms to ilie ileiendnnt's failure to testify in ih- ,ase 'I liis was plainly Improper under the iiatute and ibcialim I hate limited and alone was sufficient to require a lo w trial, end when all o! theie different varieties of misconduct In the jury room are cmim.I. 1. and it Is realized what a PMiaik.ille and unusual volume of Improper disillusion took pla.e. it is plain be loin) ant don bt tii..t n new tii.il was the only course that could be Jintnu d uinb r the law. I will repeat that I liee mo-t of my readers purpose to be law abiding rttions and If so you will not adopt Co in. .insistent altitude of ci.n ileniiuiig 010 violalion of law and improving or con doning anoth'-r The Slate of T, as pulilishes a prlnte I volume which coutaius nil our irimlnal 'awn wherein luuv br found nil lite statui."; a ml toiislltutloii.il provisions I h,.te ci'c.1 Now, tins lllhe volume Willi ll defines en. I 1 1 1 'II I Ml III . -4 ripe also hivk that a m w Oial -lull be r t ) wlni. the Jury engage 'll such imptnp, i discus Ion, ; occurred In the Nobles case. Now. I put th iiies itioiiH straight 11 1 to you. "Are you UKaliisl tiola ilons of (lie .-latiite ilef.iiing rape but In favor ot violations of the statute delitiing wln-ii pew tii.ils shall be granted?" ll ...i. yiin Ju t if nut mn is m coiiipreheiisible to me l.i.aiise it is ju-t as certainly a violation of Ian lor a mint to 1 1 1 v a new Itial tw lu re ciiiiscioiis tli.it It should be irulitid as it is for the ileieiid.int to commit rape, and It is bard llo say wlmh act Would be the more reprehensible. If Leslie Nobles i gmiy. o com m it t oil a . ittini crime bit th.it is no ev 11 r i.mi e tor the Slate tnf Texas or I's agency, the district Court, to p tnllnte by violating tin' law reiUiring a fair ami impartial trial. Tl ixtpuiisls v.ho would bate I ad the iiiotioii for new trial denied whether or not Would ll.ive deflated tin II' own ends It would bate been to the ib leii'la'il a Iv.mtai'e had th lliotlon been i. II .l lot lion I,,- could have taken il Jeimrelt nppeal with an absolute certainty of re mrsal and thereby gratititig tin ailtaiitage of a fbliiy i f from i months to a year before the i.i .would be reti r-i 'l and sent b.n k lor a tn w trial Thus, those who complain loud, si without pik onitig coiisei!et.i is, and who protest to wish a .speedy eiiloii" nn tit of law would have injured On U rt I'H'IH' thii e pince 'it i aisi' u a lolic. II" ei and utiince -ary delay ate! expense A. it i , tl,i. Sltls' le-.S lea li.is In en ,ltol'e, Mild th'' I.I-' . on Iri'l at ' l.iremlon at II. Is very time 11 lolll.e, i m trials ough' to be granted or iein I solely on con hi. r,i'i"ii of ru bt. an I that was bov tlill one was grsii! -d. and no iipiignt judge i. hit eiitirtaiu any otlnr inntiM, but I say of tlm- An article will be published later dealing with Nobles' trial at Canyon. P de' Mission. After belni; c... f'T s .me time tin aniiunt of nth. r pro'r.i.'el Jogs rnarby. wish t. iinm unee s. rt .. ednesdnv and Sunday as ti - i - I AH weliomi'd MHS M MIK I l. K. Pa-'or. .iIm urns mill Tin pa ii v 1 1' i Vs M,.;, . mis hi.iI th" te ,e. ill tl" 'lit from V . II Late to be M. & L. Transfer & Storage Co. Phone 49 and Phone 50 Storage Phone 67 Crating and Packing Anyone leaving Amarillo should have their furniture crated and their cut glass and china packed in good con dition for shipment. The cost is light compared to the damage that might happen in transit. Ve have with us an experienced man. He will give you the best of work, and satisfaction guaranteed. Wc have on hand plenty of boxes and barrels for packing. Call us. of you whose feelings run high against Leslie No bles. ,md who might not over-scrupubnis about the abstract right of the proposition, do not os teite yourtt tvea by thinking that a itenliil of thi" motion tor new trial would have promoted the speedy administration of law In the caae becauae Just exactly the reverse Is true. Motives loundeit on fe, img for or against a defendant should never In considered In passing on a motion for new trial, for that would he destructive of true Justice, hut those of you who persist In entertaining such mo tives ought at least he daunted by the practical Ci'tlseiueu e of your short-sighted desires One ot the most amazing things about this whole liisiness is the apparent opinion with some other wise sensible people that the granting or denying new trials is wholly discretionary with tin court, dictated by the coin I s choice or personal desires, and dispensed as a matter of favor or disfavor Nothing could he further from the truth as 1 think I have shown to the satisfaction of every right thinking citizen We have a government of laws, not of men and the law Is above every man anil Ilia i w n private wishes or desires. The Issue ts plain ; ml I ii - k the good people of this I list net to be guided hy reason and not rancor In passing on the matter ll All.. After the trial at Amimllo the defendant was granted hail In the sum of seventy-five hundred li'Il.irs, and a few remarks on that will close my discussion. The ib fendaiit was tried on an Indlct ,.ii lit iliaiging rape. The Jury In their verdict .tin in) him not guilty of rape hut guilty of assault Mill intent to rape li.ipe Is a capital felony (that .s. one punishable by death) hut assault with In tuit to rapi Is no; a capital felony The verdict o: inn guilty of rape has forever disposed of the huge if rape and Nobles, as a conseiuciic of that verdict call never be convicted of a higher grade ot crime than uss.iult with Intent to rape, llns Is true by virtue of Article 7VJ of our Code I Criminal Procedure, which provides as follows: If a defendant, prosecuted for an ni tense whlih in. ludes Within It lesser degrees, be Convicted of aii iilfm-.i lower C.an that for which In- Is indlct ,1. and a new ttlil be granted him. or the Judg ment be arrested for any cause other than the want o! Jurisdiction, the verdict upon the first trial shall lond-rci an m unilal of the higher oftetise, but ,e mat. upon a second trial he convicted of the s., olien f which he was before convicted, or ant other inii tior ibrelo." 'en- ntlt. icier the verdict at Aiiiiirtlln No- 1 .... i... 1. 1., ullk I lie J li ttas i i I line of a - a d not i.r the miiire unit iihiif'- s.iull will Intent In rape, which I have ., ..nit I it I t' it p. r on chart-d villi crime l-ss tl.an capital la utiiUaiiiieui, . ... ). ice ol our Constitution, entitled to bail Sec Poii 11 of the Hi:, of Itlghts ol our Constitution pi..t ides " 11 priM'iiers shall be bailable by suf I,, ,. ,,i sureties, uniess for capital offenses, where in, proof is evident; but this provision shall not I... ,, i oust rued as to prevent hail after Indictment I. nn. I upon . xai,i:natln of the evidence In such manner a- tn.iv be prescribed by law." and ill Sec tion i:: oi the lull of liights "'r Coiistliuilon say. xi" u, bail tdull not be required, nor excess v in,. . Imposed, nor cruel or unusual punishment lUlletell " Since l.eille Nobles stood chargeable only wltn ,, selllt W ith lilt' Ut I" ""r "" 1 a o, iiiIIk In- was untied to bail by plain command e law I'lirtheriuore lie was entitled to bail at a .mal.le ligure because the law lorblds excess .t. bail Attorn, v; for State and defendant agreed ,t.,t ,.iitv nt.- iiainlr. d dolb-rs was a fair figure . ib to tin' prosecution and del. nse. and the court ,1 I r . 1. 1 ...I III! .1 at liiii itrt il III im ir jiniKiii. in .iei tl. i ligure Th defendant was entitled to bail by ii... i.i .int .lei.,. iinled was more than the nver- .' i w are II I 11,1 1 ll I ,'.' Ill ',n amount and there Is no d.iubt In my mind - ainph sufln ii nt for the piirn.se of a bond. ,, t, to obtain all ctleclive guaranty that the . mi .'nt will be iortl iiltig I" answer his case n it is r. a.li. il lor trial In tact, the suffn - . . I.. 1. .. t.airi.reil lei, IV Of I tie llollll lias airea.lY le I.e.uise ll,.- defendant. I.e-To Nnbles. s nt lar-n on ii. T. xu . oi. trul. at tin- teit lime Thus my inli'is at. coiifut. i! bv the actual events Tins i Ir i u inM a in'e I'lustrat-s that ' I' I- much easn i to b' i r itli nl than to be i orrect " oi l.l lo. I npirooh the end or tins article with the con seioil'li. ;.: that I hate p,.ce, the matter before ton III a line, simple, ,'iaubt forward manlier, a nn ap".il to Irue ni uilioo.l and i. a .m It is prop f I,, it that the i. 'ord ol all tt' testtni' liy Iha' tt.'s iaeii on tin motion tor in w trial is quit' l.'HlIn nlid I hat. not at'empl.'il to Include that mire p'. .ml in ti ' -e rif aihs ,ut hate solo, ti I . . in portant i.tel controllii.g .i -ag.s. but I' of you who wiili to examine the m.rter fin Mnr I will sat t It . ' a copy ol Ibis teioid i mi fi tt in.. ,l 1 1 f the ii-trn t Clerk. MibJ. it lo ii ,H'CtiOll li'l 1. Ile t "ll allt I Illell. llllli I I V 1 1 yii.it i Humiliation of t ! ton cat. In pur-ue tie to. 'it. r to i li.il i ' nl And lin. la lot vol i.i" judgment on the e! f ii la I acts ol tour . n bi ii n ant k no I ly In, ,'P'ts . i 'I If t'lilld lll. oa'll I look to II I bel.l'l" I Si is I I , ytinlre le tour I.e.' I far ,.s mat. rial ' T llu.li I. I i ipl. s nl 1 iMM.iliy . nd I'.rtii all lb" il.iM .1 udg" ai i oi'lii g ' f i ieeal.lv to lie .r lour t. ars .i li.ls l.'oj.il, i i . do s.,. n,. le, j. at' Lilly di lie II 11, bent 111'' I he l.l st of III '. ill". 'II We a ll.lC I V H W . Large 'll tue a -ki.i in i Unit I and m i In tr- ' I H I'lll' . of tin i on -I i ut em n i l..w i tin. If aiil In v f tbl Stale, s. i 11' hi ol II. I' ol . '.r . ol. Ling el-e, w bat In lp n.e '.'.'I ga 1 ma mi t u r ti tot in" ' loubl toil hate i bad to do ti and Id sp. i tfuil .. Ill .i I. nn ti'. J. lit I'M I II It KS I :.. I'i I i I Political .d. I iMO'leruarieii I lasaes. ' .e.1,1 i.f I i e r.illi i ' I n ti r ' a in I be i Ir Mini I ..r'. Ill'll the ' ,i'H and I .11 lo '. d , had been planned irt-r f,,r I,,,. ;,,in . ndei K.irn n pii.i!i I'Hl (.ink Tu.-.l.iV III to ' l In oi pom d ii i .1 1 ii on t i -1 f.u . Mat . il, t i.f i .p. ir'. d Try a Itllr Na t.l(. ai i NATIONAL GUARDSMEN ARE INSPECTED HEBE Lieutenant Colonel Walla, h of the adjutant general's staff, m ctupanie, by l..'eutenallt Co olid Ingerton. ur lived In Ainallllo yestcdat ami made ail Inspection f the three trom of nutlounl giiuid bu 1 here. and reports of the otfi,,rs ,,i,d troop quantitation will be an noiinced later, iilllioui'.h Colonel Mi ler lemarked that he thotn lit all the tiim sin i:nts. 'P Co M Hunt, bots would be O. K d with 'h" ex .i ptioii of three or four Th,. follow ing troops bine I i. Inspe, ted by Colonel Wallacli Ma , Inn. gun troop. llowV. s.irtan at 'iwlinieiit. Altord; Tro.p I'. Hen rietta. Troop K. Wichita Kail Troop ti. Childress: Troep 11 Mem phis, and Troop M. Chiude. Texas An informal affair wh giv. n the irtllV Officers llist -Ve!lltlg at the I'art.y House, the follotti'u: o!o.,. 1 el lit present : Lieut dd li K ".'a l.e h. Colonel Ir-erloti. Col Will A Miller. Major Kirkmaii. Major Luubiiih and Capl V. . H'd c'a The sllhlei t f'.r dlscllssi iii was the locati "ii of n cantonment I" "' Motorman Not Losing Any Time 'T .1 ( n l think untune e. r uf fi led n.re from atom.o h trouble and leoatln : than I hate I had Li) off in v run mure than half the I knew a pleasant Ib r children said. "It Till mother goes ,Aud what she bates keep. ml soon tin re conies ln bear b.r to the Then each one kissed brow, xn. I kindly said gno.l bye. The llrst suggests she'll only claim, me sa. red little thing: Thill she may wear while years go by. It s mother's wedding ring. S.lts one. a Irophv I would keep, I hat's ulth the trinkets rare; ii1 that i-i lust a 111 ' li- lock, IM lint's faded hair. v i n .1 ti t sees the book she W lllllS, I h ing on the self. time and could get no li 1 1 iiin pi est 1 1 pi ioiih or in !! ti on.- of nit- filemlH iidvlsed u ii. Matr's , oml t fill lieniedt . w be h I f I to be the greatest lenn dv ever put nil the eurlll I hate tint b-t a da. weigh! Ill gold " II Is. a simple. harmb-'S pteparallon thai removes the calarthnl mucus Irmn the in'.s liual l nn t nnd allats tin- inlLiiinu i linn, which causes pr o ". .,ll all stoma, li. liter and Iti'. siii, il ail melils, including nppendii il" 'in ib.se n HI convince or n 't r iid piecloiis to I In ii -penis the Youngest one of alt,; W ho the relics xml sats. there's none IL. hi moth, i '! old funded S II Itundall I'lug of I i nlra'leil Imteriii t Hint and diiii'gLsls -t ervw In-n- lieiniMiai . ' We are lighting for I .emu. racv, and tot We tire i micent nil Ing the povels of I oil el ll nie.it III the hands f ii small group 'I be President Ih n. more power todiiv llian ant' po . nl .le In hlsiotv " 'I bus runs the "lion, nt on the trend of aftuiis BI ELKS TONIGHT AT o.lnel Ime'i the critic HOME Of LOCAl CLUB : nil i inn .lit ions, for iiv.n gi. at power lo T....i.'l,l nl 7 On o'clock a dininr v" have al the same will lie gltell bv tint Klks in tin ir ,hc Id. a of In-iiio. no v since our en club Innbling and t" which a laii - .'rv in this war has never before W'e attend Is expo. toil, us air-.nit -ml. mil In the authority id leader- ni l 7" have Mgliod Hie il r list hip b. .1.11 ' we kin.w ib.it Vlitorv II,,,, will I il ic of a patriotic ." that wat. t-t ..- are f,,-.. from -.dr. a feuding am. tew sln.n . cen ion. mid follow wlllinglv. and talks' at'll the coiitinl't.e and I In ' ' " It ' In -p a ' b i I h at lead I.. I.iherl V i...r. .... IkkLihv f.iiwar.l to a livr b. .... -nn our I i-i larat nn real cut. i ihiiiiii. nt . I n.. ti. in . tn .- y onn ti and eM-n litlb- ihildreli In en i.e in .a 1 1 1 i pa I '- so lompli-telv in Ihe aft. in. ot government ; never '"' in- o I lelooi I act s lll.l l.'lllle 11 'Iiul. it 'I ' . ii H'l ' U ll I ' lis to llllitrl- f I, . ii . 'lilui- definite to the bel li run n of ' he v or Id. to t he per I loci . I! ! int' of our f. lb." ' , ,i. i . . i I., . ti -o great Karlv ill Die i : I ( t 1 1 III 111 Ities cans . d i.i o. I. '" II t- ' Wilt doe- n't the TAKING UP STRA1S BUT NEED ADDRESS ,,1 I T li 'll. li' il" I to ,.' II in" ' nt d , , .,,,.1 . . -v : Le I. "., tt " t ' Chief id Polne I It Wh'-a'lev avs that be and Ins lor-e an- ant ions to a -.11 in te-y tt a v piesio" (f r,,, , k nl it,, town Ol S'PIT CHIS II. I'i dogs but 'ha' tlnv are hating ion no in'. e trouble in locating the artn s 'mm In. in alii come for he n to I id in Igblmrhooils of these p.-sl s Anoth.r matter win h Is utn-lug on- id.-rs ' le ii.mi'laliii Is caused bv 'h I dist i.iit Mi- goinr upon la i ti 1 nd Iran di.- down I'" grass arid l ... r 1 1 .y 1 1 i ftow.-r-. al". making the .r tiilset look 'i id id v bv plat I tie ti.kers i. n pr .ml . uous pLi.e- i bis 11,11 be P. .tied those people M'IiIkvIii di tr lie, tot of sin b nd i-rtslng -i : r mu' Instruct them ,.,! tn tiilge in 1 1 or serious h . il'. i ' . 1,1 r 1, . ,t. ' old na' I'' i ,r . kn 'I ., 1 ... ,- u to r ',, ..r e I bit.g- ' ' l I I'""! 'b- i l.'.r ,. !.... i -..ml ..! .i,i. . t. I ' . at i t i I " ' i-,. i t- t , u i I . ..i ,,( to".. , . I,, i i t "III .I .- .(,' ' rouble ' I P lit In ays 'I In it ii dn'v i.tel Mini e,.. i I.-led t' . ,,.. ir'-in-. . ., ar. I,r ,- Wills l MIi.'i I'Hieni M I KINO M W V' X f t f IC The I pa in I r building v . dial . I . . or .i""n I s l arg . H.xpre--.. i i. m ,'ot lat I.. f .r a la r r a... e t.i , and w I'I have ..n.i'. d Inn th- in ' 'It- . now in ib" ,t.,' .1, " li sir. -t. t ut pr . t ' 'inarl. rs .... , f t i If i r ' ba'". Will-Ill " I. M ti - I ire p. -i d' tl I.i u t. n I no lte. , I. I . .' .' ..I, ,. li"i I. I" i ' a I KICHloTER S HILLS ' C-'.-i a. :ii...4A ' "" ' Jjf& "..l 4 ".' r '''''' '"' ' 'f 4 ill I I.. .-.' ...". i ,','. V i.i-' I-, , t ti ff -.tf" HI I HI. T'H-W I i 4. V in ts mi nn . ' f re r i'o i 'e I I 1- If I'I 1 d ail ' 'n s ,.' i ,'. ri. I lls s i:l !.l y I II i l: ,' ,r . (.o - in I xlli;N Ml:hl b' .irii t - - I In at f., ,t r . i M . . Ku-. ill I. ii i r f. r 'li" r-. i - of . The ln. . s't. 'e ' i left Oi- ri'v I' tit ..iiri..'u " I for I I,, .ir . " 'W and otlnr f 'tn- oui for f - i ; NorOtert i irk.'- r- n- w . f.ou'. s. lure M, '.ri,, s f. m - t n ' r The.. in.: ! : tinl ,f r ,. Ilea! oa ' ' ,o . t .ol r i - !.. I IU-II. Ili niieO X.....i. irt t.Mietx. In ! i. lie lb- i : , eel t ' , i .i art- mh n t v ' t n n . d i'. - ! u,r. O. I- i i i.' Oi.- I'..' , ,n i et i. "' r si reef i h ,.! t if..' h W I '"' d a v ... . w Lea' t I't.rno. . .' p ' lin e..i.tt i, t t . I- f- will b 'hi t',.ti'!, .i'er if t'e ! to' .'. -,,' '"in,! f. , : " y- I i t oie f ,r .lip" and . .11 la. e a ' ' ,' i'i' f-r V ' ' I. Mr lrneli.tr U ill I Mi.-Hain I - 'i f-. ie. It:.. t. (,,. tt en ', ..' . 1 . n In i r. if .' r I I .. T .1 n .ii. I. i f .r ( : : ,'t .a he i t,i"r t.i'i.-e liome. : I,. . o, i.,' , t i." I M . .", p- i i . ! '..: i .. I. 1 . i r . f -' ' '. en .- .'i ... r j i p f ,1 In Will l.i.k" n, 'i ba..' rti'i" f r II, . I t.' .1,1 i I W-s- ,,..,. i ant-, ' oocidl Notes like a translation Into measuring cups. Lubbock. Texas)) Kin innately this has been airang- rural home, jed. The followliiK table will show Unit happy Inmates there; Miii how mil. ll of ea. h of the cimi- n.l when the work of day was doll. I fcion substitutes to use In place of a Hn y joined in etenlng prayi-r. up of wheat flnur both the bread 'Hour and the pastry flour. I he mother now was growing old. In place of a cup of wheat flnur ll. i hair was tuinili'. gruv; 1 1 bread Hour) use: won't he long, I -L' cups barley flour. 1 1-s cup' and cook as an omelet at moderate away. ground rolled oats, 1 cup corn flour. I i I cup (s, a nt i fine coriimeal, 1 cup Hut sin- shall hate our helping hand. (scant I oat Hour, T s nip igeiier rhi'i In-r declining years; iusi coarse comment. 7 -x cup ig.-n- for us. xt ell i .Tolls rice flour, "!- cup igener- I I oust buckwheat. s prei ions souvenirs. In pbn u of u cup of wehal flour ' past rv flour I use: nn Angel liand . J .;( i inia barlev flnur. 1 run ' one laid. -spoon cm nstarch, one tahlr- sky; igrouud rolled outs. 7 s cup mm "I'oon fat. one half teaspoon salt and her pallid I flour. 7 s cup israoti fine . urn I -i i--li l h teiispnon pepper. Melt .'meal, 7-x cup i scant I out flour. .". I 'the fat. stirring in the cornstarch. up coarse coriimeal. ;t 4 cup rice "''i- pepper ami then add the miu. flnur. :t I cup buckwheat In most rei lies ei ept Ihoso which use yeast Hs n lightening agent, these substitutes very lurch' for wheat flour. Ku-n In vend breads a very high proporlli f III. uil can be used. (."ll IINMI.NT NiPMt.s IN lo hi I j. wnii i hi: ixisi i:- The bli- miper (eatllle. "To II. II Willi the Kaiser." which opens nt Hi oiv tuple loi.ioirow for ii three davs" eiigagemetit. was pio.lu. e. in mam In-'taines with g.n eninn nt in operal ion In one place while lln-re I-i en- lliyielf. sh ire, more In nn nun . Ii it tr. in e. a in Uilllli. net ween aero plains, the Metro company secured In. ire IL. ill mil. bundled aeroplane.. "Itlch form into in sunadrnns and Ih- Into each other In bailie forma In. n This I., said tn be nil.' of the lined Ihril'ing scenes thai has ever been pholiirraplnd. and Is a fair ample i.f the mailt thrills In Ibis Id,' pi mill. I m i There u be a CI. Ill III linns per fiiriiiance each diiv from J until P III X spei ial mush a I S'.oe has been arranged is III 1 1 1 : 1 1 ' 1 1 bf Il.iine Hen Ice for I ai -lttiit Homes Not unit eierv sijiniri. fool of the I nited Mate., proper Is lo be .ot "ted bv a respomilble Home Service Section, bill the territories, the i land ple-sesslnlis, the "pines, " the ph. u s o million. .', H, e , i, lollies of llleriialis in foleli'li countries i.-ltwl Ihere an- laniilles of he Is superf I while we have the exeiutlM", time developed sold lei s and sailoi s In I he la Wai'l.ti Islands one homo S'-rtiie niitfie r.f Instruction ,a i alr. .i.lv been held whlih wa" litleinbd by Ihlllxli -tudelit There ale 7. 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Add the boiled riie Heat whiten tctt light and fold In the other ma- erlals Turn Into a greased skillet heat until the under surface la browned, then turn out on a hot I 'ate, or. bake 'n a ,:reased pan In tl ten until a knife hladn when inserted in lin- i enter comes out i bum Three tablespoon ((rated cheese mat be inbleil If desired. White sauce One cup of milk. Mir n. or Hie fire until thickened. L 'i ... . e. Vs Suuu(tss injiwv aim ilium & nM I A kbsW I . I. '111 I .l mj a f s-Vi H f't net t!,il l !. talc It tn j mr iliui'i-i.t w h IT.nJ wrt si a l oioi mi.i i Mt !.. Co.iu: Vr T ilnini '.J I S.n I r i I tfl abnol S' n.i Kiii I'i in t Ar- 4 Cs'Ul Net l ire l'.jw.li-r .-"ii r. ',i Xt. S.d k... fume (nd I'm;, t Wafrr. W Oct o ii e ioujv. a- . i SB Today's Amuscmentt Olympic Charley Chaplin I ... , - 1 . t'.'.'.'t t'letil ul A Dor's Life" ' at ! 'It'lUle-t Settsue llayakaxva -s . . m v ... ' Vrjtl t.' Is y I n y; i t I ml', t' r.;.. '. ..".i I l:e 1 1 ., ' . '1' -1 I'i. f, ' "The V. n te Man's Law' . . ' i .IV ' 1 II'," s-W J-' TlsW.iJJ Mission X