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ALL ALONG B. O. And Railroad Shops.at Cumber land May Be Restored to Norma/ Conditions." CVX.fkr ?-?o ??>. As Kjtr pv.jT.c- < "? anil tb* zrr.vtb of nucmtl prosperity :? fojnd ' "" '3c: *"3' :i:<> jnd'.Vi.o rr. . ras.-mPT is 'ast rf-Tor n; .?> ir.''fc*c;cat and * jrkiss Jorcr. ? n .aloas the ;jf the ay si en: \? ? -,:i?e of l>u?;ce:is di>prp*s:c<n a - r\ -r. company Asadiv :p =,^,; r>* r .ndi- ?itfa ? u.'ch to ir.^el its curr-nt eaper*pp;s many of t::pr~ *'ork uivn * *~r l*id and Ia ho r*ri> kepr r"" Pay roll nor*- cnl} ..sivvn parr ?.rm> employment. For .?>:::?? day.~ policy of restoring To ?h??r former places baj be?-=3 coin? on. to Thar many fc^retc fcr* ,d>. ha ? a'readr found pmpio>.:r ent. Br;: rh-? chasso ia said to he Juki bfsinr.ira. Aimo^r da'iy -he corrparv is Jn?; To its cna!tt!*ir.?r' of workcn ;n *3* shops and ?*-<!! cc ttt-.cue rnvi I'rr fore* !s s':flBc:?rt to brir:r t'r.? equipment of the con:pary - . fir** class condition. FarRoa^hiBe Pnlirj. This policy :? a? far-ri *?r*'?f *b? Baltimore and Ohio had p j <"i Ia~KP orders for nca *r icm?-r.t "Ti fact many thfak that :he '. ?r."?V - * b* rear* direct as :i rrr - n-x-t worki-ne fore? that :i:? < ;rr.pic; is farnins for its nrpjf-d ii<*ij?. T> - ? i rrean Tha* the mon<-;~ -.:*r : r. m'^-ins tb?? a^dfd pay rcij.-" ? :i b?- - .a tie sections conripuous to :?* '?orn pany - o?n iin^s and sr> xho-? FfCt'oES Th* i-T;en<-?? in Ossrsib*; ...n-i vp maTprrai. a? ir is rho'.nbi the ' ; ? ?in the company shops "n ts?> south <?rd ; ttt-^v h? fc-ro':j?ht to noi-ms. on~("' nior^1 ?"v<i rho n.?>n r. ?" .;! vm*- T"i<-?=?? : c>op? aro r?r.w worktac rr r^r" rin - Tii rt?y neariy "ed sb'Ti | t*.o poiicy of the comparo n Inokins . ifirr aV sr.- prps?-nr v?qt:ipnr-rf is ir. : fall s*;r.*r ! This ?!ci:!ocii force win be p.; to "?*ork : epairir.x; the cars and ioconto tives of the ccarpany until a:: have !>?> brougut to a hljjh si:a?e of *-?< . ency. This will pia.ce "he company :n Sc.- shape to provide for the increased inffir. which Is becooung store and more evident each day. An ciB< :ai of ' ccrrpany said yesterday *hai it is the pose of the rr.^aie-^.en' to have its equqxi.^T read.'" to ;ake care of ail b"j?ines? u hic'a scaies to the read and not to have the road caught unjyfrpared at any time. The heavy increase in thf coal traffic from the mining section o* Pennsylvania and West Virginia hu* coav'aced tb*- maaaseuiisr. :? is de ciared, of the necessity cf prepared ness. This traffic requires an im mense nuu:b< r of cars. ar.-i they are k.noos tac heavier: at:d of thr iargesi capacity us?-a by the coir pan> >011 loHprrllss i:i?|e Line. T"r." fall n tn *.er of i>? a ::i?r. to be given work will no: b? d-flmteij' kn~?n jn:i? the return of :."c operai n~ officers from an ta-i? "ion trip hey are r.cw "akin? p:rp" I'd tr it. "R h:ch to cox-; th- *ho".e s.-s'em. is to ascertain ~.*ac;lv t'. coadidoB of the e<j?iiprr- nt an the outlook for bminefs. i' :s i. h.iw-j ?v~r roat :he reports -r.r : y party *rhil? s;ii! on the roK.i :-c *0 the ?-n pioyrrent airea-:;. given to a Iztz" n.."rr.ber \\ ""!;!e the coa'. tra.Ti ? i- "<>? ->niiag the mfrcbsrdi?" ft- z'--' - also vr. j:ri^ a jsra'lf.-'lns Fbis :> t; iarj'r vo!::rae that: a itonr:: atr > an- k ?i:!v in ?xees~ o." .1 y* ? ,u-> The cr;n may b?- in so.i-e rcea? ::re due to the manufacture of products for the Eiircp?a*3 co-;atr:es at .vtr. V j-h of tb~ finished r.a" 1 s ?> si :'j in the v'cinity of P. "a' :r= ar. ! 'he Iron and st?*: n:ar. : r.rv_ ? tf-r? of "he midd'.?? west T'. ? f'ai" - more ar1 Chir* Sfrvp- a'\ these ;?? lions an.I ge*- ir- fr.i- ?: ? f the movements fo hrittjr ir to t're - ;r:i ?t" <i?a!'itnore. where is ?\: r ABBOTT FAVORS SUNDAY DESPITE DIFFERENT VIEWS Editor of the Outlook Believes in Evolution and Also the Evangelist. CHICAGO. May 1.?"I be'.ive ir. e vole: on "" "I believe ir. ?Billy" Sunday.'" aerf statements made by the R?v. Lyman Aatcr *. editor of *i'.? Outlook. ;n a .-pwen fce 'ore ?:.? ( onsrfeauonal c!ui. a' ? Hot?': I-a Salie. Dr. Abbot; . \p: ? bis belief in evolution in hi.- address t>n ""Roli;;oi;< Progress ;r. ' Half Century." His belief 'n Mr Sunday. w'.-.o ?well known as as o:;spoken c-:' c or evolution and of the :bec:og ai c >: ? re prions taught by Dr. Abbo:t. ?ip:o?sed in conversation follow ;a: the address. Thiwr* t;??d Out?eijn? Hurra. When asked as "o h i a"":: :iie to ward Mr. Sunda: . Dr Arbor: -a u "I desire to be quoted as favcrable to Mr Sunday. Of course. I belir-ve be does some barm by bis rh^oioe'ea'. teaching, bu: I beiievc be accomplish es so much Rood b> :.ca -a"h Inss and th?* reforms h" accomplishes that I have a friendly toward birr, and hfs work "' Dr. Abbott criticised th< i;. rerse frcm the poet. Hebe- ? Rrt?? z n which Bro^nir,: sad. ""Go-~ - :n is heaven, all's r:jrt> :h world." "I bf-i;eve.~ said Dr. Abh_". "that Cod is in RIs fceati-a. b :: i don't be lieve all is rijrhr ?:-h the v.-.- a rho^sb f bei'evt- God - n.i.V r.; ail tbinev rish: " Belief in Etalntinis. In exp.a:'n:cc his b- i :n ? " and :r? the chance-* throucr'-: ? ??- . I?eio:s tbo"lhi has r-a-~- 'i .n ? .< ? flfry years. Dr. At bo:: - j .i. "The general be!fef of !h? orti.oc-x church when F besan m; ? r1:"-y years aso tvas th:>i -he ?2 va cr?a'?d in six : :<-rai days a:.. "ha aun had only been on ? a-"h years. "Geoioei.-al r^tearch evp these theo-ies anJ new- r.?> icno\' - a the .-arth was coun'>^s a:- - - - inz. We do not know- ho? far !. . k a p. lived ?n the ea.rii. i? ;' ??* knew he has been her^ for a tii::rh longer period than 6." < y.-ar "Evoluiioa k:v~s ??* a changed al titude toward th-* fa 1 of msr, The old view was rr.an toif ? c^n the tirst man. Adam. 5?vol:::oc ttaches tha: a in-tn .-in> winea he lets ?;ir Icwfr niv;r<. the animal :a man. donvnate the spi-itua! nr. "ire. It ?'acixcs that life > one ions T liit- mastery c.in^ on oer-'-fn two forces in ruan's na*ure. K ?"> ? ?:<ia %*oe> sc? *;?-*? .- > a; sV <'?-. sc5ousnes.- ?.?? ?:a nor the need o: : - dr m ?"ru. Kiltie ><? Viithnritj in ^eieni-e. ~I 1 c.?n j?* an "voiui oo:.*r and t' i C hristian. I c-l.c-"- tno Bible :s t}ot an authority in .-cionce. but is an aL-taori'y in r"'is;icn and mora s. " There : a> r. -'..ansed si::f.*<!e tcward nor.-Cbr!? ian r.-ligioas in the last Sfty years Toyman Beecher once or'.athcd a - rrr.cn on-'he ba'rle of Arma-edd*>K n vhich he classed as the eneml*.-* r! CiJ the flonvan Ca.:: O'ics and pj-ans. When in "r'rt Charles Otuh -frt Tall tvent :o "h? Orien: on the H^stiei; 'oundation be saM ?o tbA Hindits and other reii'ion :st.s: "V&i: have o?-en Tookiatr for O^d. and I ?an: to kr .w ?>. l-.at >n hare found." The res iit was the me*, of the and i sat: "? "> tr-]\ yo.: wha; ! have fitted. The rf>::i" ?as the men cf 'he O'^ntai faith cr-vrded :o hr^ar him. "I believe Ood v as as truly with Abraham T.incc'.n a- he was -.vjrb Da ?? ;d. and with f1h:!i:^ Brook - as he was witb Isa.ah. I bei>? that in ni! countrifs men v. bo s^arth pa*ien:?y for God wil! find him " Paradivt. by T::iore:iC. is :fc?- larc ^s: p.iintins :r ? >i<- wortrt I: i.= *4 f*-e" Aidc and f--~ '..^k. It ;.?? now - the [?odtje's Pa'.?> ?. V. n i?-~. A ?n.-Balfvinj: <i:--s v. ii-.'.-h n ay be ?*: ?? a to the pyn or pencil is a new device i'or the convenient*- of drafts men. ? WATCH OUR CAT. ? ?f> Page 3. ? A A. A A A MC A A. A ^ PROUD OF YOUR BATHROOM? <;<)OI>XESs. yks: I?"- a natural ori3s?*?ju<T--i- < I T;:<- ii.<tailatioii of fixTim-s FROM BANKS PLUMBING CO. j BELL 349-J. HOME 98. "You Cau Kfuk <?n Our Work" 428 WEST PIKE STREET DIXON URGES CARE IN USE OF RAW FOOD Fruits and Uncooked Vegeta dies Should Be Cleaned as Soon as Obtained. HAKKISBl'KC. Pa., May I.?X orfe ne-_d abstain from uccookro food-, providing tfcfy *srrt with hi:?i out iJr. aaiuod C. L>ixon. the stale com m.*.-: oner of health, in dist-ussirt): Riv K:'oU?" in this twk't "Litii Talk oa .-i*-aith and HygfeM." urge? <i?> or.- usiii#: Such Tooos to make tr .t ihey i/t !?roperly ciea.nsed Tbi.i'.eare reaiij he srirted by the grower, and the Eard?*n soil ?>ho.i 1<; be "sr| i;e<l with notiiiug wh.ch i1'kely to ii? <iu)c?rott? * fter> foodr. at> eat* a without cooking. L.o<-'or Pixc-a intimate- that even ti.vasb the Savor Oi berries and oth er iciicacit.- njj impair ed by washing. it i.- tbe only safe iiiing to do. He says: "This :s the season, when the am ateur gardener's eyes are ?i?ligh:ed by the rows of summer v?K?tabl?? thu: .?r-- poking their ereen leaves ? ? i/ove rwarm i-arj'. The season for raw food.- "nai alrehuy arrived. "Lettuce, water cress. radishes. par>i--j. cucumber.-. berries and ?iti.or toothsome growVag ?nfags burdec the market stalls and tempi me h?n:sew;Je af:?-r iii? *?iater o' caruled vecetabl / "A percentage of raw foods is an exc lient stimulant to the ap peiite" and a ?holescnit- ciiang* ai this ?5sou of the year. Care should be -xr-rc: ed. however, that t^iey are properly c!oas^"d be.or<- b?-ia^r eat ?n. Often ti.. laborers in the truck turdf.rs ati.1 ;ho;>- who handle *he truck before r^achir.jr '.he consumer . re c3r-;e>> in the use of dr.cirerous fertilizers and ?ome pick and pre pare *!i#> vegetables for market w.io are also care, ss *o a degree that is air to-? criminal. ;-nd berries, even a' ? le :-.sk cf ly i:iji:rirs th-ir flavor, should he thoroughly washed before being eat en. "'"tardens should b? fertilized with care. \'o nighr >o:I should b?> u*e<i on *ruek garden? from which the i-roduc- may be served uncooked. \Vater crcs- musI not be zrown in polluted streams- V.'ater cress .from : oliuted strrai - of!?ti produces epi demics of typhoid vor. Bananas .-hould be thoroughly washed as soon .s they come into the hands of.th" consumer, -c that the <i:rr taken on d'irinsr trt?nsportat:o.. will not be cou .?.-d to other edibles. I Rooster I ' Mothers Chickens Displays _a Care and Tender ness i hat is Very Much Amusing. FEtjcaXLaevsG. Ma., juy i.? V.'ilm?- ? P. a vouas chicken fancier, his di.-cc~er?-d "hat one of his rocs=ters pos^esfte^ nu:em?l, ten dencies. One of I>a' :s"s bens recent ly r.?fu>e?i :o :ro:her her chicks, ?'hwjpuu the boy s^tisht a seconJ mother, on.'/ tr> i?3ve her fish: her fctl>p:?<i ofTf'prityf. So quite c.stressed. Wilnier appea > e?i to his- pet rouS'?r, informing him that ; -3?e the poor chicks were morh erlers he would ?o fa?h?-r them. The ro?rs:er obediently wen: icto the coop with the c'ji<fcen> an'i ever since lias bee^ ho1 and rcot Serins th?-tn with a *?:. r?- arid 'enderness ?worthy of tie :i:9*t approved mother hen. Woman, 45 Years Old,is Mother of 30 Children . ATCHLSC-V. Kan.. May 1.?.Mother of thirty i-hiidrcn ar.il cniy 4.". years cic u> -lie r?nj?rka!>l>- record of Mrs. G. 'V. H. IIoss. who lives on a farm near hero. Tiie stor^t has broucht hrr tvin- fi\- tiroes. +Ier yoar.s-"'. rf - v?arr ?jl-i. Thirteen of !h>* chi?dr>-n ?tr*- ^t:II at horie. while the others hat- gone to make rheir o*n livfnjr. ? >ps^rt- the far' that sh? ha.? had the care o:" -o Iars? -a Family Mrs. J'.ois ;m s-til? a your.s lookfnc woman ? or her age. GERMANY NOW HAS WOWEK CONDUCTORS **\?r Street < ;?r* Are BHny; (liven Trial fit G'la^sjov. !?" ? ~T \^ .-!u ?? 1 Pr^?> GLASGOW, Scotifind. May 2.? 'Voni?n street ear conductors ar** be ne tried in Gla?cow. The uniform ? i:"*lu<Ios :? ii-af bin*- ;bir* aud coat, edped with sc!d braid !f the trial squ:*d of women conductors i>ro;e^ ertici nr. r. considerable number will b<> ^TTiploy-c at once, for the j>res-" int. the women fare co!!cc:ors will work only four hours a day. run nine between rhe u Diversify and Dum breck. They wH! be paid same as men?S^.23 to SI* a week. Pan-American Defensive Alliance is Suggested By John Hays Hammond as a Substitute for the Mon roe Doctrine. A?tOC'?*!C ???*< PHILADELPHIA. May I.?John Ha; > Hammond. addr^-s;.!:: ron'gh" ii ? American Academy of Poi'ricai :i.id Social Scr-?t:ce reTicv."<| th? fin in.-iai distress ia South America re ult:r.e from !h" European war. si-2 thai a Pan Aaurida supreme '?<"urr established *o der-ide di? - - relating to for^isn in-. estment -? a rid Pr.n An'.ericaa comm^-rcisi tran? acrrcr.*. and rcferrsd. at the close of hi. :peech. "j the .\ionro*? co trine. as . otlowrs: 'Genuine, not merely proiisi<?d a::.: y. ;r a great a??^! ;o com";:>>rc!a' l>-l?:ioas. ?::d s;nce t:;e lareer South \ri!- rican nation r-sar(i rh- Monro? doc-trir.- sup rerocaron or our . rr. it wotil'! ? ? m but r*ess. to say the lea. ?". :o rertrict the appli cation Of the dcr:r'3f to socfc terri tory- a.- :? nect-sary for tfc~ defens or ih? Panap;s <~anal <?nci o: our -There of iBfimMlce in the Caribbean ii afa- As to tta- res. ot h America, tit .Monroe aoctri;;- atlait' well b- superadded fcy a t'an Aii-.-r. can defensive alliance asrainsr at tempts ?t erritorial ttggrandizrmeat from abroad." After re' lowing the financial tro -i.lcJ occar-:or.e.i in South America by the European war. due chierty t< -.;act that fr.urope bad been South Am erica's bank-r. anu asssenice: thai it Aou'd probabiy be many years be fore Europe wouid again assume its lor:MT ro!e ir this respect. Mr. Ham mond *aid. in part: -'In oriier to induct' our capitalists o up.-.: vrorkinj: capital to La'.o Ainpiicar. countr:? they must be at scred c' 'he encouragement ana co ot'-ratioii of our national ? dministra :ioi> and of -he guarantee of the t.ro ?'?c: n ?' t.-.cir nvestuieats asainst discriminatory tavs and confiscation. ?spec:ai!y in. ;"n.-> of revolutionary S3orerr.cn'Our citizens must bi as r-- i at least of tix?? ^ame decree o' pro"'-- ":on 'hat J-; irij^ranteed hy o. r.r r go'-vrnmesis to their nationals "To attain tii~ confidence of imes ars in Par; Ajr-eric?n intestmenr-t. 1 beri?--. - a Tan Aui--rican supreme cccrt ; hould be created to aesl spe c::ic. ilv w r'n ?i;>pui ?- as to :or>".cn laves; rten!.<= aa?| as to commercial transactions inr ?-~?r Pan Anjerican Ci'Ss^ur. such P. co-trt should be co:' ; o; :.*- !ndin: jurists of our ov.n and oi" Latin-American na tions ar;?i should -it in nertirn! terri tory. !f :c pired by ini^r^st only ir ro ;<! o->. .oust-." l?e tr.e aim cf ? ? .? .* ? i "3 -?s'3bl>sh cot> Sd^nc-e in Latin-Americas custom-. ?rs of fair rr?-.?i ,-r.t in th^Sr business tr*csucfion- ?> i*h *';e exporters of rhe I'ni.-d Sr..-. This s qt- '? a.= im porf?V" :;r ti-;- ? ' bl:?hl.: n ? of con r;der.ce of our capita' in I-atio-Amen can investments "Stiff; a con- *. :chr be oa< of final resort. I-i any event, it shoaid try casts an<I -D'iea.'or to ad-' judtcatc th?r.; befor- apoeal throupb diplomatic f aiEr?'s. which almo-t in iai-.ah!y rcsitsein friction and oft?-n,. indeed, in extreme tension." In the distribution of lSqtior in Cal ifontia appro-1 'ua.eiy lJC.tH-o ivr irt employed. SCRAPS ARE EXCHANGED Government Opens Wood Waste Exchange for Bene fit of Manufacturers. WASHINGTON. May I The btoiness aiti service instituted by the govern men * :s a .vood *.vaste ?j ohanjEr^. I; ~n??b!ei- lumbermen and manufacttirrs in the various v.ood u~ine iaJusiries to utlli:.- ?-2ch oth ?rr's wast - ij mutual ad*, ur. airo ?n:f to iarc*- saving in for*-st ? ;.rer^"~ v -^!1 a- :n mosey. Th- cood "xoSar.jre is b^inc conducted by the rore-t -.-rvictr of !.!??>? department c" ajrlcalwre. More :i:an fo::y "uanTifao;urer:; of -rooden a:r-.idy fca-. ask^d to be lis:~d p.s iiavin:; certain Sdnds of arastf ?ocd for sale. or as d~sirin to obtain riieir raw ma*?-ria.i in in roi!>:n or 'n se'iii-'inished fori:: fron: ? or fuctorv waste. Twice a :i>onth ih?' rirhaar? ?pnj oat a circular h-ad-d. "Opporiuni ti~s to Buy Wajv." containics: the n;? :n*-s and addresses or factories hav inr waste wood for sale. with exr\ct information a?" to .-">eci>-.-. size->. forms kill <<uaniiries. Similarly. an other circular h~ad?d. "'Opportuni sms to S*-!! Was'e." gives 'he specific r?-.juire!i.>-nt.- of wood usinjr plant* which <ie-.:r?- to bay wasr?- material On*- of the first *as!? problems solv?-d has been thai of it furniture ::ia?cr in Michican who ?ro:e ro th l'oresi se rvice asking Slow to nispos* of --ifar tuapl" blocks and sticks which u?Tr* e>?' off in th?- pro<-ess or iurniture making and which be had to ?merely a:- Satapkj w*?re ol>taia *d fro-., him and the forest ser vice- :l:~n lo*v^d a scr-jbSiay CT7-. manufacturer ?bo -d .small ma;^ blocks for brush backs. The result sa> i ha: th?- fsiraitur" maker was -nabl-d to buy brush bacU !iiat?ria! in sui:abie sizes a: a much lower figr.re than it had been costing him :o h:'y m^pie lumber and ci!r it up. Firms which h.:ve been put :n?o touch with "ach other tnroush th? exchange are cspec'cd ro notify the for??sr s-rrtce when t L ?? i r require ments haw been met: then their, names are rcrro^ed froni the lists. In tfci.- way * 1 concerns which ?>arly took adva^.age of tb- plan have dropp-d off ihe lists: but as more and aicr? manufacturers !eam of the wood wastp .-xchange 'he lists are steadily rrowisf. AW.l I.ITHKIi WITH SKI.Ui. Anna I-u-'?r. t!i? w?11 fcnowa mo tion picture --tar. !eft N?* York r*ity for the Paci^c co?_st this w??ek where sh? will join th? PoI"scop Compaay. Miss I-utber has won ac unviable reputation in the silen' drama. It is estimated th?t the pension paid ;?? Tie* olatloiTKry war veteran* ?amounted to ' | GUN6RESSI0NAL UNION FORCING FIGHT FOR IIOFE 'Sritfji>y ^*1 *Lf';<r^- ?::' ' " .r Twelve State Conventions Al ready Organized by the Equal Suffragists. WASH LXGTOX. IX C-. May L?V ::tl twelve state conventions already or sanizei. Tie Congressional Union far Woman Suffrage, advocating in? sjo m?oion of ;he Sasin B. Anthony a^wximeB;. ahich provides that "?-e risat or citiien.-. of <he I'nit?i State to vote shall not be denied or abridg ed by the 1'alted Stares. cr by any state <n account of"set." is making .-absTantiai pr&pre.-s in ii* backfire Within a few weeks the nation Wide movement to Tail nee the people in the voting precincts of th. ('aired States in favor of h ta ticnal amendment will be carried to ??very state in the union. The activities of the conssressi^na! union are a'tract'ng the attention of PDi'tical i.'-ader^ of the Democratic arid Rep-jbiican parries. The fact that Miss Alice Paul. tbalrmau of the ei er- ;:t:ve cot mit tee of tfc?- Congress ion s' union, and her associate workers . collected and expends.1 $3T.'? <> lo^t year :n their campaign for the fed eral amendment has brought politic ians to realize that the efforts of the wGTO*-n will evenltiklly amount to .--cmeth.'ns. Miss Paul boarts tbat her organiza ? on helped to defeat twenty-three candidates for congress in the 19*4 Htrtion. She now declares that htr orsan iaation will make ?ar on those who oppose the Susan B. Anthony amendment 'c ecjEjsress. with the hope of se^tin; a favorable vole* on that proposition. ? Ha? Autpfr Kuwd*. She has ampie frinds .to carry her <ai:'pai?n into every c-oneres.ionai disT'ct in the United States. and =:i?? has a force of earnest, determined. aDd capable women stump speaker* tvfao are ready to sp^ak from every street corner jwid every cross roads store. 1: begins to look now as if 'he Con gressional union v.ould absorb the ?i.crt conservative" national associa tion. of which Dr. Anna Howard Shaw is president. Miss Paul, as caairu.an of the ex ecutive comm'if. has jus; Issued a report covering the nigh po.nr^ of f.ie i?: .J ann I canrpa^cs tor a fed eral amendment. The !ir?r practical political work in recent times at the naiicna! capi tal.'" raid Miss Pan., "fcc-saa on Jan 2. : when the now familiar head quarters at 14>" street we^f ea taaiisned. Thv ope**.ng c: the fcumb:e .'.astaien: o.nre was a h.stoiic event, it u.ark? .1 a new siu^c :n "ue suffrage movement. "Tne total work of the ;? tar uii icvol.ec an expenditure of o\er <?<? All of tnis was ;a:sed by tee U'asbiagian headtj uartcrs. Tae na tional a^iocranon ana its con irt-??l3n al committee u ^ ;ii^ t>?e . tar f?ad syci' OUiv ;i* u!l WO Is* ror tue i^cxerai amendment. Aoihing coa;<l tiinv* mCit coaciu. ively :ae .11 reaped v.gor or tne ngitat.on ior aaieu illtr&t ^UHUe '.Viz. fcxTend* w.?rk in 1911. "The work of tiie year i.-:* covered a eater trrr:io:y and was 011 a OiUL-h va>:er scaic man that o! li'.tr year <a:d r'aul. "*in r...s it had kx-en connneti almost exclusive ly ;o \\as^injrtou. Ourinp ;iic ^econ?i V'.ar. hew ever, ihc iw o. principal aciQ;evemeats- th^ nization of \v?de (itmc-asir-'.on on be!:a.. of in*, nar.ona! axDiuaaec. and t;te autumn election campaign :n nine ?ujT:a^e rates?exT*-n&cri rhe wor*v ior rnc national amendment to the re moiest sections of the country. "Trv pcl;t-cal prcsrcdS o: \ne >ear inver ted ::i? xa&:ag o: Miffrase of <ex!z nailonai Lnn>ortance tiiat. for toe first t:u.e .:i history, t recet? ed tne confederation 01 cons regional cdJ cus of one o' the two srea* national ;>ar::e>. liie reporting o: :i:ti s^ulTrase amend^rent rrom :ce judiciary con. niictec :n me ncuse oi rt p: esentaiives :or tae n?>* time stnee tile ob tamin^ ?>f a more extended and seri c .> iiiscui??.on c: the aiiientin?^D:. in conjsre^s than was afforded :t in the precec^.e year, the securing of a v<>:? in the senate for ta?* tir.-r rime since iS^T and rhe securing of a vote in the hou-e of r^preseniauveo tor the nrst time in hisior?*." GERMAN LAWS Enacted for Government of Bel gium are Coded b/ Law yer of The Hague. ?<f ? i > THK H.?Gi"E. May i.?Dr. C. H. Huberirh. fomicr acting d^an ol The !a* sffcooi of L.*-land ^tarfo*^ Ja., I"aiv?rs:!y ?nd now practicir.R-in tfcA various t?r<z? fourtf of Europe. ha? pod-^l (br Carman efvil <?ni?e<l for rh- rov'-rnm?at of th*? ?rcupled provinc--* of B^iriuin. Th? n?* po<!? is pui>Ii^h?-d in Dutch. ^ensiaii, Knc lisfc aad F"rench Th? work of codifi cation was ror.dir-d pjtr^nn-ly hard by !h<- difficulty of obtaining the nec <-ssar" data, but tbrouzb hi* Berlin coBj'viion. I?r. Hntxrioh mansc^d re wjrc the oflifial t^its of the n?-w la*--. Tlie ordinary ordinaaw of Bel siTiir; r"ic;ilaf:c)c the behavior of th p^o hav?? not h?>n niateriallv chztnired. but the commercial laws have be?-ri amended radically so th=* the foreipn and domestic coinmerce of the country ran be supervised strictly by tb- German authorities. Ortrcrston is a new alloy of alumi num which is comparable with cop per for liphtn?*ss and with steel for ?tr*njcth WATCH OUR CAT. <> ? Pane 3. ? NON-ALCOHOLIC IN ATLANTIC CITY Although the Place Looks the Same and Drinks Have the Old Names. ""S lave * cherry fljpT* This qcestsoc could be asked Billy Svioeay with perfect -mpxui.iy. pro ? \ Miias it was *>fc-d wiitin viie Xron fles of A:;?o::c City's newest ven ture. h riun-alicao.ic cafe. right on :ic Boardwalk. says a dispatch lo the Ph: Iadelp-j.it North American. A? President Wilson urea Id say. the fnaozeis or in- place "art- Xai*ii!'ar." Th?*re L< the majounr bar with shak ers, bothies for 7*?ashts" of this ana that. ijortles !?belcit champagne vvhk b have a.i_ the r?-sen>blan<-e ofyt.be oa?? kin wrapped. ;ce cold bottle wit rt!rt the waiter struggle.-" to your edi?i?at:on. prov ?i:n? yon ere nor pa> io;: brass foorrail. >ma'i tables, cham pagne. rickey h'gbbaiis and cocktail caisfces. and. in fart, everyrn'.ns that riright iie i:s^d in a re*u!ar buffet ter of the city has endangered himself with a Threatened snit because h protested a' a m-^etins of ministers asain-t a hofl which was -"buiidir.-e -a bar rijrht on the Boardwa'k " He had ne2.'?*<-Tj?d ro look at the name done In tile ar the eniraeco. "Non AlenhoKc Cafe." KenarJ Itnerrd. It .is po-~.-:t,iy a coincidence thai the cafe is part c? a hofei named "Sschlita" uau :l-.a' tile hoiei also has a leguiar ;>ar. where gin rickeys. sil ver fizzes and lemon sour? all ha-'e a .->:ick in tiieni. The muascmrn' frf the cafe, however, otters a flee re ?ard to any chemist who can lind a drop of aicobo^ in any of the bever ages tba- are offered for'i-aie. And everything raises like the real thing. Xctb us scld is ofTered a> a :-Lo?timt?< There is ? :ne. but it has no alrohol in it. The Champa ene made from cider. An imported cider, whkii w?s under consideration, was placed on the "is list because analy sis showed :: ton.a n'-d more alcoho> ihan be-.-r. No "near beer" or other : ucs:irate for file r?al article is sold. The real taste is not cb<a>ned by the use of drugs. The place has been cpen about three weeks, and in sp:r?- of its nea acss ir has been a success. It is the only business of its kind in this country, and w.'th the approach of warm weather is bound to be popular. Place Looks ileal. Tile place Icoks so real teat a minis cover that the polden fizz was trade of perfectly innocent .materials and that two or three of the same would -yr <sen<l the imbibe/to hlf home in a semi-intoxicated condition. There are no "mornings after" when ail the claret flip- have been obtained from the non-alcchol!c cafe. "Wish ail the agitation asainst liquor we felt that a place that would rc?-e- the demand and not leave the ?effecis wouid be popular." n'd Max Kislier the manager, "and I th:nk r.e were right. This certain:" is a decent place for a yj-as man tc bf'.nx a ?ir!. and for anybody, in fact. Women come with their ch'idren and rcea with their wives." The aanie c' >ome of the "fancy firink -" which are served closely re semble those for which fancy prices are paid in big "ca'es and hotels. but. as mentioned before, the cements are different. A partial list includes lem on sour, erape r'ekey. grenadine r'.ck ey. pineapple frsppe. peach cofc'c'.er ch erry cobbler. m:nr Jilep. m:n smash. mint cock:?:!. Manitoba 're?ze. horses" neck. Prr.-bvter'sn rrnhball. Keni':ck> p---'h. u nt ??n*aree. ;t>ec fal fizz, coffe royal and Mamie Tay lor. - 4.4. <? f t + ri ? * + + * - SW AU.OW - TKCTH. + + * +? DENVKR. l oio.. May 1. *? +? Nature never intended a + + mau'i leelh in tie in his stot.t- -r + acu So <"ii:it C. Hou.-ton. ? * labor lt?adt-r-efiiior. had :r.c + gold bridge ?:<d live afifh * e?l t ??Tti in his s?o::ja<-i re- ?* -T- moved 1?J* a .iei>a:e op ration I and again w -r.rs theui wher?- * nature and the intend 4- <-il thetn :o be. Housroa swal- + -f- lowed :h?- bridce dunac a + + meal. It took an X-ray to lo- ? + cate ineru. + * ? SHOULD SCALD I MILKJOTTLEf Don't Let It Stand in Sun, Kee made to remove the empty bottles daily. They should not be used foe holding turpentine, vinegar. k?nh sene or any fluid other than milk. ??Tuberculosis, diphtheria, typhoid fever, scarlet fever can be caused by i contaminated milk." Doctor Ziegler says, "and care should be taken by ' housewives that their milkman is careful in handling the product." " Are Wanted in the Elk Horn Coal Region. Where Opera tions Have Resumed. HUNTINGTON. May i.?A .genera! resumption of the Consolidation operation'' in the Elk-Horn fields uras indicated by the presence here this wee!: of I-abor Agent John Nugeat. of Jenkins, who announced that he wanted between two and three hun dred men for this work. He applied to Postmaster Jerry W. Dingess for ?ssisiance through the federal bur eau of employment and to Commis sioner Wells for the assistance of the mun-cipal bureau. Mr. Nugent said that four mine* are now working and that ft is the intention to resume activities in sir others, iea-.ing only two idle mines on the Consolidation Coal Company's Kentucky holdings. He predicts treat activities there during the com insr season, especially after the lake shipments start. It is not necessary for the purposes r>f the coal operators for the men f.n be ?-\c?eri<'nced min?r."\ Much of th~ ?ork in the Kit Horn field is done " nI-' - - obviates the ne " - Tor the rank and Sle of the teen. I* i ormerly prora in-n: in s.riR~i:ic . ..: :r? in West Vir ginia. He served several times in the ho-:s-? of d-Mejrates from Fay ?*ne co::nty and held various offices in tfc~ federation of labor ai?*l the s'?.te organization of the I'nied Mine Workers. . MEN'S OXFORES Snappy an;! popular. Tiie kind that wide-a wake people prefer. .Mauy with Rufd^r lieel price S4.0D to $6.50 MEN'S SHOES Here is one of the new est of the Spring styles in Ma?-k and tan witli rubber heels. Pri?-e .... $5.00 BAREFOOT SANDALS We are showing the >t made. for Men. Wo men. Mis>es and <"hil dren. < ?ood year welted Soles. Ask to see them. Highland Br?s & fere .g-Sgfff A Wonderful Showing of Smart Pumps. X<> word Picture <-an paint or de scribe the beauty of design. originality of style and the graceful iw>s ??f t;i?- patterns in ?iir line of pumps. Pumps of patent and duil leathers, with gray buck and cloth quarters. Our showing for spring and Summer wear is complete.