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THE OARRIZOZO NEWS.
ai &e capital ttrAHinwaTON. IT be The tenderness and flavor of Libliy's Dried Hccf nre frequently com mented upon. Iibby, McNeil! A Libby Chicago Their Prospects. "Propinquity In what brines iiliout mnrrlniios," declared tho fnther of three) sliiflo (latijitcrit, In didactic mood. "Von?" murmured his wife. "It works thlmvny. From ninonc tin' men who mil most frequently nt n Iiouko thu iliiUKhtcrx of tho Iiouno nut uriilly select husbimds." "In thnt ciim" said tho molh.T, end ly, "I four our ftlrls uro doomed to mar ry Mil collector!"." Duy a Farm Now. I)cio. Und I. chpr thin It will .yer ,l aialn. Tbi U. 8. lullro.d Ailmlnlmrktlon li prtparfa 10 .urnim ir.. n - - liom.:Wfr rtillnc urnilni opporluol tie. We have nolttlns to rll: no moner to l.ndl only Information to live. v'""' fully with reffnc to your Mod. N"" tho Ut you want to If.tii ''"'.'' Edward". Manaser. Asrlru lural Hectlon, 1). B lullrood Admlnlitrailon. noom t. VTuhloiloo. D. C. adv. STILL FAITHFUL TO STUARTS? He Can't Now. Homo yen iiko koiiio Kenlm Intro duced a Mil compelling; everybody to (nullify physically nnd mciitiilly for marriage. Unfortunately, It was lott In roiiimltlcc; It kIioiiIiI luive rihio IhroHBli. The necessity of It wiih (lis closed In n .Main Mrrrt cur hint evo nine when seven or nlnu of uh heard n prospective brldoKronm coyly fun- fem he was Intloctl "nliout to become ii bcnedlctlnc." Iliiffnlo NewH. 8HAKE INTO VOUft 8HOE8. APen'a KootKae, tl. anllieptlo powder to t ahaiten Into tho (hots and sprinkled In the foot-bath. It r.Mevea rjalnful. owol. Ion, mrlln foot and takea the otlnir out or corni and riininna, Aliens oot-i;aia U a certain relief for aweatlnr. calloui. tired, achlnr feet, and makes walking; a aeasnu boio .virrwner.. Aav MEANS DEATH OF GRAMMAR Pretender of that Line to Drltaln'o Throne It Now Prince Rupert of Bavaria. There wns onco to bu found In llrlt nln n llttlo group of romantic sent I mcntnllslH who remained faithful to tho Stuart Hun. and celebrated on .Inn unry !I0 ii klntl of Jacobite feast day. A writer In Living Ako remembers (.cclni; postaco stamps bearing llm like new of thu "pretender,"' who happened to ho a princess of Iluviirlu. Theso wcro attached to tho envelopo tiy the tide of tho olllrlnl posing!) Mump, thus constituting n sourco of nnnoyiinco to the serious minded Victoria. Since tho death of his mother, Maria There'll of Itiivnrln, n few weeks iiko, (lXil'rlnco llupert of lliuarla Is now tho olllclal Smart pretender to the throne of (ireut llrltnln, The must' of history him ever had u leaning toward Irony. Couldn't Hear Him Crow, llnhy Murle Obor;i was helm; fei tilreil nt mi tinst vide theater. It must have been u i-lmw particularly nulled for tho llttlo folk. At one point In the story n rooster flew on n fenco In tho early morning, flapped his wings proudly and crowded lust' lly. When ho appeared on tho fence, fo realistic wns tho picture thnt the nudlenco became silent. Then the Htlllnem wns broken by n small voice, lost In tho realism of tho thing: "Mother, mother, I can't hear him crow I" Indianapolis News. Now Rule Which Has Abollthed For mal and Elaborate English Style of Former Day. English ns comiilfinly written todny certainly seems to have lost tho purity nud strength that It hud n century ngo, observes tho Spokane Spokesman llo- view. Then Kuch masters of tho Inn guugo ns Cobhc, Coleridge, DcQulncc or lliixlltt wero JoiirmillstH us well ns pools or essayists, anil their lending articles lost nothing of effect on the public from being literature. Tho arrival of tho ugo of steam, elec tricity nnd chenp postage was foltowed by n chance, not for the better, In the popular style of speaking and writing, "Kay whnt you havo to nny ns briefly nnd quickly ns possible, nnd don' bother about fineness of expression, became the general rule mid prnctlco, Tho new millions of renders ilemnndc that their rending ho expressed In thu Innguiigo of overy-duy speech. Tha obligation of compressing conclusions iiliout Important matterH Into l.om words, or fewer, Is dentil, In tho end, to style. The literary form fnvored In touch with the turneil-up-troiiserH fashion nf wearing ono s clothing Is frro nnd easy and rrnmmed with linguistic nl rod I Ips. Plurnl subject nro polygnliiouKly wedded to singula verbs, nnd Dudley Murray turns In hi grave on account of tho death of grum, mnr. In Aareement. "Hero's n critic thnt takes tho vlovr that llnmlet wns mud." "Well, I don't think ho was nny too well pleased myself." WMMMMMMMHMWtMMMMMttHM When You're Tired and need the invigora t tion of a well-flavored, full-bodied hot cup, there's nothing superior to Postum Cereal Delicious and healthful, it supports and cheers with its refreshing good ness, and it is an eco nomical table drink as well. 'At Grocers. if, . Two sizes, usually sold at 15c and 25c Club Women Plan "Neighborhood Americanization" I 1 1 AnmirA Z. " 'i r Wirt Contcnti 15TluIi Drachnj The Oenernl Tcderntlon of Women' Clubs, with n mem- ersJdp of 2,ono.(KK. has ndnpted nn Amerlcanlr.nllon plan of work present ed by Mrs. John Dickinson 8hermnn, chnlrmnn of tho conservation depart ment. Mrs. Thomas ti. winter, scconu vlco prerldent. lias been appointed di rector of tho Americanization work. Tho federation will u.o "nelKhborliood Americanization" methods. A Joint publication, comprehending tho aug grstlons of nil tho U departments, will soon ho put In tho hands of club women. Tho suggestions for work which will bo elaborated Involvo: Amitflrtitilenltitn Institutes ft practical work, getting together club women, teachers and members of other organizations which will net In sympathy with tho movement. Americanization conferences, Inviting nil women s organizations in tho community to send representatives, nnd Including the lending women of cuch racial group, to advise on tho needs nnd tho methods of reaching tho foreign bom woman In tho home. Community Catherines of foreign nnd Amerlcnn born nt which tho foreign born fJiall show tho gifts of their nations in music, art, food, the Industries, etc., nnd the definite contribution these gifts can mnka to American life. This may be elaborated through community singing nnd pugcantry. Fostering of tho handicraft of tho foreign born, Orgnn'tntlon of clubs of girls whoso parents nro foreign born. Committees to visit the naturalization courts and observe th processes of naturalization nnd to report such observations buck to tho clubs and to the general federation division of Americanization. Opening of public school buildings for day nnd night schools for training new citizens and furthering classes In Industrial plants. Establishment of bureaus of Information on naturalization In coenectlon with public schools. Comparative study of nn'urnllzutlon lows In various states. Use of public libraries ns community centers. Undo Sam to Breed Horses for General Purposes 1110 United States Is to have n permanent supply of horses of the typo most utcful for military as well ns general purpose usage. The movement, which has the support of tho remount service, which la to bo mudo o permanent organization, nnd tho bureau of unlmnl husbandry, Is along lines of demon strated success. A board of 14, composed of gov- trnmcntal authorities and civilian ex perts, will prcpnro n program of breed ing operations. Tho remount servlco will furnish th stallions to bo used for service with selected marcs of farmers, stockmen, and others nt a tiomlnnl fee. Btnte universities, agri cultural colleges, stato granges, agri cultural societies, county agents, prom inent farmers, breeders nnd horsemen will all have a part in tho work, it ll considered that 300 stallions will eventually bo necessary to prouueo mo renulsltn annual replacement of remounts for ono Held nrmy. Tho n nn had Its Inception wnen it was ucmonstrnicu xnni more wu ahortngo of military horses In the Unlteil'Btntcs. Tho acquirement by pur chase uud through donntlona of tho Jockey club nnd gentlemen Interested In racing of CO head of thoroughbred sires followed. Theso wero piacou at mo federal remount depots In Montnna, Oklahoma nnd Virginia. Permanent remount stations will now bo established nt n dozen places nnd the United States will be divided Into flvo districts, .1 tim.-n PEll CENT AMMaMffFiMratkiarAl'il almlmtlrrltaeFcbyuUi Uno UieStomaM IkwTUJt 9 I Tl,.e.iPramoUn40l4c5toH Cheerfulness Mdtert&tH I neltherupwm.NoijHiu'''- bUnCU.NoTNAHOOT!C Mrumrn '! r' i "..i.,?..! Remedy for tonstipa(ionnndDlfTbi fldVcvxrUhntal I loss or Sleep lrcstflUnftcfifrominWW- rM5lmHeStfnstort ImCrKTAcnCoiKTrt, Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA Tor Infanta and Chlldrca. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature. of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA Preparednesa. Mother If you fell In tho vrnter, why nro your clothes dry? TommyI took 'cm orr in caso or accident. Pearson's Weekly. ''BAYER CROSS" ON GENUINE ASPIRIN How Ho Judged. Mr. Ilncon You should nover Judge n man by his clothes, my dear. Mrs. Ilncon -I never do. I nlwnys Judgo htm by his wife's clothes. Pear son's Weekly. Time, waits for no man, but tho mu sical director can bent It. Tho man who does Ids best can trust tho world to do Its part. Ilioonooo 1 &1STIWNS u.s.5.aA. Two-Million United States School Garden Army riRBATH In the house tho other tiny lot light on ono oi tne several iciiiis U between tho Interior nnd ngrlculturnl departments. Tho bureau of educa tion of tho Interior dcpnrt..ient has enlisted tho "United states school garden nrmy," with 2,000,000 members. Tho ngrlculturnl department It trying to prevent tho Interior depnrtmcut from getting nn appropriation to carry on tho work nnd Is endeavoring to gobble up tho whole nrmy. linker of Cali fornia rend n letter from Secretary Houston of tho agricultural depart ment assuming ownership of these 2,000,000 boys and glrU. liner of North Dakotn got iba floor nnd said, among other thins' t "Tho bureau of education n department culled tho 'United States rchnnl gnrden nrmy.' Now, thin Is the army that Includes the 2,000,000 children lis members, nnd I think the secre tary of agriculture In his letter to (he grntlemiin from California, when ho mentions theso 2,000,000 children, must refer to tho children In the Unltoi Btntcs Reboot garden army and not to tho ngrlculturnl department. "I dn not think that this schnol-znrden movement should como under the department of agriculture. I believe It should ho under the bureau of educa tion. It Is purely un educational matter. Srhool gardening Is being tnken Into tho curriculum of our schools today. Wo nro spending $200,000 In Uio bureau of education for this great work. "Iteports suy the school garden nrmy connected with tho bureau of edu cation hag 2,000,000 children enrolled, nnd thnt they nro carrying on etluea tlonnl work with tho teachers, sending out lecturers nnd putting on pageants throughout tho country, nnd nro really getting noinowhero. Jt Is working la cities over 2,000 In population. "I thick It la time for this congress, which Is tnlklng about economy, to co-ordinate these different activities of achool-gnrden movement under one head In ono department, nnd make ono appropriation to take caro of It la one department." Even-Month Calendar Would Prevent Date-Mixing CONdllUBS Is to t. nkrd to substitute ft million-) ear calendar for tho present one. Tho Kqunl-Month Calendar association, with headquarters In Minneapolis, Is rushing tho movement. With tho ndoptlon of exactly four weeks per month, there will bo dnya enough pushed over from tho present reckoning for another month of 8 days, which It Is proposed to call Lib erty and to ItiBert between February and March. There will also bo n day additional to make 805, mid nn oxtrn day every four years, ns In leap year. The new plan will tnke caro of the regular additional day by placing It between December 28 nnd January 1, unattached to nny week or month, nnd railing It New Tear's day. Similar provision would be mado for Correction day. ns the leap yenr extra would bo cnlled, which would be sandwiched between convenient dates, belonging to no month nnd having no day namo of Its own except Correction. Hnvlng thus disposed of all possible days nnd citrus, the calendar would be perpetual and uniform through nil tho years. "The simplified calendar," nrgues Joseph U. Ilarnes, president, "could bo adopted by congresi to tnke effect tho first day of tho sear 1022, and six months under thla simplified form would mnko tis wonder why we put up so long with the present form. Kvery month would hnvo exactly four ind would commence with Monday nnd end with Bunday. "There would he no more (IveifluiKlajs luin mouth. tosupmt all our calcn-ktioin." IS "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" to be genuine must be marked with the safety "Payer Cross." Always buy an unbroken Payer package, which con tains proper directions to safely re lieve Headache, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Colds and pain. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a few cents nt drug stores larger packages also. Aspirin Is thu trado mark of. Payer Manufacture of Monoacctlc scldcstcr of Snllcyllcncld. Adv. . Man of Letters. , "A mnn of letters, Isn't ho?" "Sure I lltiim u thriving mail-order business." Iliiffnlo Uxpress. WORSE THAN DEADLY POISON GAS Kidney disease Is no rupector of Bom. it shocks young aim oio VI In most rairs the ,r-ko. ctlm Is warned nf f tin fltmmnrhtnr dancer. Natlira flchta back, llradache. indigestion, Intomnis, 1 lame back, lumbago, sciatica, rheuma tism, pain In the loins and lower ab domen, dltllcu? ' In urinating, all nro indication of trouble brewing In your kidneys. When such symptoms appear you will nlmoat certainly find quick relief. In HOLD MUUAIi Haarlem Oil Capsules. This f-mous old remedy has stood the tot f r two hundred yesrs In help ing mankind to fight off disease. It Is Imported direct from tho home laboratories In Holland, where It has tii.ln,1 n ilnt'Mnn thn Dutch into ono i or tne sturuieit ana neaituieii .aces ui the world, and it may be had at almost every drug store, lour money promptly refunded If It does not re lieve you. lie sure to get the genuine (lOI.D M1'DAI Ilranil. In sealed pack ages, three slies. Adv. Couldn't Move In Bed Twelve Week From Rheumatic Trouble. Now Praise Doan's. 'Tor twelve weekn I lay alml, unable to move a musole," anys Mrs. (luit Johneon, Oil E. Bevcntn St., lied Wing, Minn. "The pains that hot through my entire body teemcu Tiortj than any human inz could stand. My lanua and arms and owi limbs were put n splints to stop them rom twlnting into cnota. Kverv hcament seemed ready to snap. i can i unueratanu now 1 endured such agony. "Devrrnl phytltians sgTecd that 1 had In flammatoiy rheuma- ttfttn. lint thlr incilU pint, difln'L eh tno anv relief. folka wnntfil In tnkn tna to a lumnita but I would not let them. The doctors alrl thnt. nntlnnir cnlllil tin dona for ir.e. "I had been an invalid now for two yearn, lieforn I fltwly decided to reeort to i)ow' KUSnek JHVl. I ied twelve boxei and fhey surely did prove their wonderful merit. It la a year since, and 1 have enjoyed tho beat health ol all my life. 1 weigh nearly 170 pounds and am like a different prrnn In every rrtpect. 1 rhall always praiio Doan I Aiunry mis. Suorn tn brfnre we, UAltVU) V. VtlTfinKOK notary J'uollo. Get Dotn'l at Anr Store, COe a B DOAN'S ilV FOSTHVMILBURN CO- BUFFALO. N.Y. Mi, joKnton Mr I. VHAT 00 YOU THINK OF Trie IDEA? (Jumbling has taught many n young nan how ho can't mnko money. Ilonnets nre nlrssst unknown In Mexico, even among wealthy Indies. pEvory "Woman Wants , FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved In water for douches step pettlo catarrh, ulceration and Inflam mation, ftecosimendtd by Lydla E. rtnUiun Mtd. Co. for tea year. A haaling wonder for naial catarrh, ore throatand sere eyes. Economical; MA . I, . N,li .r . I ilnm . 1, 1,1.1 ISajuiaftiM. A.V i Jmiitu. u lulnkl br W. N. U DENVER, NO. 27-1019. Grow Wheat in Western Canada 'One Crop Olten Pays lor (he Land paijMaaajapajajajap ilrn ivcm WBDI beip i ww . . . r .m-m ti, rlwantiffft ta home tMltKrt. .""".".Vr'.mrel" xou Mn bUFOn easy payment term. ar4lln Land at S1S to S30 DQI Acre -.4 -In, Mir ta that WHICH tnrousn manr yrara n. itipra iiyu. t mThiii of wheat to the acre. llandttJaoI cawy araon lecpr Canada a.elaalamp n.a tjMajait.ii.ii.aa HaRSSi rhrMtoMOiPtrVandea Grain Growing ana stock Raising ThoushWe.ternCinidaMIeri land .it sechlow flgurri, tho high plceaotBraKtaltle.abepandhoswlllremaln. Zin.'ZJl .trnraiUttlwVat of itketi. free school.; cburchei; ibltndld cllmitr, lowtiiitlon tnona on imtriementi). W. V. nEMNETT, Room 4, Bt BulIdlnC. OMAHA, NEB- Canadian Oovernmtnt Agent i