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i4. IN THE BOMB TRENCHES OF THE FOOD LINE 4 l, .j -..T-u.m! ,. i - Ll I t-Cj jAAJ NjEfc jx.-jy jHPBllHBL2VKKm T y u ""Ho "jW v- A " Sva '-WffCTmt i clfe rc5ffin K tHHHSff CftS 3 a T'9lHHIBl D 'Our Greater Buying Power Means Lower Selling Price New Summer Furs Beautiful Scarf!; of , Black, Brown and Taupe. Wolf,. Real Taupe and Hose Fox, Beaver and Taupe Muffloon, at special .summer prices. Iluffnlo, Cleveland, Utlcn, llinKhnmton, Aubnrn. Schenectndr.i urnnu Itnpiua, NifiRnrn lrnim, uicnii miH, uoiumqni, Ithncn, ISrlc, Knlnmncoo, Znnenvlllc. MMllS.Jj JJ11 SUMMIT ST. ! ri rnic IT. fj 225r227 SUVINtTpoS- Tailored Wash Suits $10.00 Slii.OO values, AEllINO COtmTE.SY ssp,, Smart tailored Suits of white lincne crash with colonial TAKE ELEVATOR TO 25 FLOOR GAttMENT: DE.PTS TaJco Elevator to Second Floor Garment Department.! comj)innljn;! TOLEDO, OHIO Beautiful White Wash Skirts for Dress and Outing Wear A Magnificent Assortment at Special Economy Prices The Federal Food Board Is dolnp everything to educate ,the people in che proper use or foods to conserve the resources of the country. They art- now holding n food shovv at the Grand Central I'alace, New Yuri; city, where they are not only educating tho ordinary denizen of the metropolis but thousands of people of the West and South who are visiting the city. Tho group picture above Is of Federal Food Board experts. Including Portia Smllle. Southern ncgrcss and famous corn bread baker, and Loony C. Deronet. the S23.CKX) a year chef, of New York city. CAN FOOD AND PRESERVE- THE- NATION f&' rrrri - ii in '1'IIH.W J I CONSERVE SURPLUS FOOD THAT IS A BIG DUTY OF 'HOUSEWIFES the time or periods specified. Seal by clamping or screwing tops until the jar is absolutely air-tight. Cool (he jars out of :a draft and when cold test for leaks. STEPS TO REA1EMBER Important stops the canncr must remember: (1) Be Mire that the fruits are ripe, but not too ripe thnt they are In prline condition. Vegetables should be fro-.li, young and tender, as such harbor fewer germs than stale, bruis ed, or decayed ones. Practically all fruit's can bo canned at homo In ordinary eaiiners or In a large vessel with tightly llttlng cover. In fact, fruits are easier to can than hmM vegetables. Canned fruits preserve most o f the delicate flavor anil Mieculenoe of fresh fruits and are the nearest substitute for fruit freh from bush or tree. Do not coo kor handle fruits In gal vanized ve.-sels. The fruit acid at tacks the zinc coating and makes the product dangerous to health and spoils Its color and flavor. HOA1E CANNING IN A NUTSHELL (Clip tills out and save it) Boil jars and tops for at least 15 minutes before filling them.. A wash boiler or any other large ves sel (with tight-fitting cover) fitted with alfse bottom of slats or wire mesh may be used for the process ing vessel. While jars are still hot, pack with prepared product. 'Without delay place rings on jars apd put on hot tops, but do not screw or clamp air-tight at this stage. Place partially sealed jars while still hot into warm water up over the tops. Put cover on boiler.' Boil (process) the filled jars for m ''if I k .k' (ill y The Largest and Most Complete Assortment and Best Values in Toledo. Special Gabardine Skirts . Smart white and hair line stripe, excel- jK 95 lent pro-shrunk gabardine; new pocket ef- F '' feels, belled and ballon trimmed; sizes to gj 32; bands; special value White Skirts Exceptional Sfvlps nnil Ounlifv A dozen clever new styles, tailored pre- j Qf) shrunk, will In mihiirillnp Skirts sninrl 1r L J ' pocket, belted style and button trimmings; sizes to 32 j bands; very special 3 .j White Skirts Remarkable Vnlunc if- Nowhere in towirwill you find so many P flQ quality of white gabardine in these Skirts is the best; sizes to 32; very special values. 5" r- v5 Team Work In Canning Justifies a Vision of Pantry Shelves droanlng Under Well-Fllleed Jars. WILSON AND LANSING FAMILIES BUSY WITH WAR WORK HELPING HERE AND ABROAD IN CANTEENS AND CAMPS SSBCfjf lAAr'7..K r .Ja..-. , OB".'.. iJBir' ttK .HP! .V ,...ar sMwmFZr -Ow The members of tho president's family have been most active in dif ferent branches of patriotic service slnco the beginning of .h war. Miss Margaret Wilson has been singing not only at the camps for the en tertainment of the soldiers, but giv ing recitals for tho benefit of the Red Cross. Her' sister Mrs. William G, McAdoo has been responding in - porson, when possible, wherever and whenever her influence has been solicited. She took active parts .in all of the Liberty Loan 'drives and the Red Cross campaigns. Tho X. Jv Misses Emma and' Katherino Lans ing, sisters of tho secretary of state. -ha'va beon members of the Red Cross in Franco since last Sen tembcr. They have been c-jnducting a canteen near tho front. "WHAT PLACE IS THIS7" SHOUTG MORGUE CORPSE "Undertaker? Well, It's Nice and Warm Here; Guess I'll Stay All Night." Cedar Rapids, Iowa. A prostrato body, covered with a blanket, was borne Into tho embalming room of a local morgue at the early hour of 2 a. m. Solemn-faced men stood by in tho dim light as tho undertaker drew back tho blanket and gazed down on tho still face and the closed eyelids. Suddenly the corpso sat up and looked around. "What place i3 this?" ho asked tm conccrncdly. "An undertaker's? Well, It's warm here anyway. Guess I'll stav all nlsht." And ho settled back to continue his nap, drawing tho blanket up around his chin. There had been a most confusing mistake. A body destined for burial In thl3 city and an injured convict being re turned from a prison camp at Granlto to the reformatory at Anamosa, ar rived on tho same train. "There's your corpso," a policeman had told the driver of the morgue wagon as he saw tho stretcher bearing the Injmed man hauled out of the bag gage car. The driver asked no further questions. Nor did the deputy in charge of tho man1 interfere. Ho believed the wagon to be an ambulance which had been ordered to meet the train. And tho next mlnuto the "corpso" was conversing pleasantly with tho custodian of the embalming fluids. Was the undertaker frightened? Ho wa3. But what would you do If your corpse sat up and shouted "Where am I at?" In your right ear? U.VUKS: TIiiiruiiKlilirtMl lli'lelim Hares, ,sr, chpIii utility Nturk. SH enrh. Pi-Iocs anil Milunlile book on hare riiNtii;?, -.to. HlooniNlHirp; llclnlnn Ilnre I'nrni, HIimniNliurj;. ln. Kill All Flies I Tha2K- riftctd uny where, Daisy Fly Ki1lrrUtrnctiwnl kills nil files. Xoat, clean, ornamental, convenit nt. ami clunp. urns nil season. W arfSaTeCJVBnlllortltiotr: ulll not pallor In Jurertny thlntr GunrantceJ Cirt'ctlve. Auk 0r Dstsv Flv Kfllor Sold bv dcalors. nr (tfint liy express, im'iialtKSl.oa HAROLD SOMERS, 160 D Katb Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y TYPEWRITERS FOR EVERYBODY $10.00 and up. Get our Offer. Rented or Sold anywhere. Toledo Typewriter Exchange. '321 Huron St. TOLEDO, O. gTWBSCn AfilJXTS! RllKATUST monpy limUlnir tirniioNltlou. .Sell ''1MIKSTO-MARIC" l'UXCTUlii: SHAI.. STtlPS tire iiune tiire mill mIimv lenkN. 1XSTAXT1.Y prolong life of tire. Alisolnlely new. Write for Niicelnl terniN nnil territory.' VMVKHSAI. SUPPLY CO.. irJ-a-l Hrlc St. Tnletlo, Ohio GREAT PIANO BARGAIN The Cable Piano Co., 311 Superior St.. Toledo, 0., has a fine instrument in a nearby town which, rather than ship line kto Toledo, they will sell at a great sacrifice. This piano has an elegant case, is equipped with all modern improvements, and is fully guaranteed for many years to come bv The Cable Piano Co., who are one of Hie largest manufacturers in the world. Remember, in order to make a quick sale they will make the price very low and will accept reasonable tonus. If you are interested, write to them. FIRST QUALITY TIRES GUARANTEED 4000 MILES Buying Direct From the .Factories and Selling Direct to the Consumer Save You the Middleman's Excessive Profits. TIRES EXPECTED TO ADVANCE I IMZXHUVV' It-VSd zf ' I Pi T M Hi The JOYS OF SIGHT Forget if you can that you are .lble to see. Blot out the wonders of nature and art. What n dismal, dreary world this would be! Now think what joys our glasses assure you, if your vision is dim and faulty. THIS L. BECKMAN CO. New Location 323 ST. CLAIR ST. TOLEDO, OHIO Size Smooth 28x3 10.60 30x3 10.85 30x3V2 13.95 31x3V2 14.90 32x3V2 15.95 34x3 21.35 31x4 21.25 32x4 21.65 33x4 ...:..'. 22.55 34x4 23.65 35x4 ....... . 27.95 36x4 24.65 33x4V2 34x4y2..:... . 30.25 35x4 31.55 36x4 33.15 37x4 y2 34.50 35x5 37.25 36x5 43.40 37x5 39.45 Non-Skid Tubes $10.95 $2.45 11.45 2.55 14.95 3.15 15.60 3.20 16.95 3.30 22.45 3.90 22.30 4.00 22.65 4.20 23.80 4.30 24.95 4.40 29:30 4.95 25.95 4.75 32.50 5.30 32.75 5.40 34.25 5.50 34.80 5.65 . 36.25 5.90 ' 39.15 6.65 7.30 41.45 6.95 fire 310 Ontario St. Service 724 Madison Ave. Co Beil Phone Alain 2996 Toledo, Ohio Home Phone Main 780S Open Evenings Till 9 Sundays Till Noon. GOODS SHIPPED C. O. D., subject to Inspection. No money in advance. Return at our expense if not satisfac tory. To avoid unnecessary delay when ordering please specify plain or no-skid, straight or clincher, clincher. w PtJMMIH ..iBB'g t i C .i.! t-..