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r- j- """ r i "' iti , n' SI. lY GERMANY'S NEW PRESIDENT AND ' COLLEAGUES rasKSssstsflRLssVLsslH? KM 1L ! .ii -.; i wiMnmniiHiiinwiiM . HII.WWI t',iiinWM m if i - ' " in " if - ii i - ' riiu photograph shows Iltuus Kburi, ono-tlme liuruessmuker, who lias been chosen as first I'resiunt of Germany, In the chair of the Heleii-t.-is, where, with other members of tbe German provisional government, bo is discussing projects for the rehiihllluuhm nf the Empire wrecked by tbe mad Kaiser. PEARL 3,000,000 YEARS Ot.0 Museum Cr.M Said to Belong to Pals osolc Period A poarl estimated to have boon formed 3,000,000 years nqo and fdid to be the oMest specimen of lta kind In the world, was found by 3tanloy C. r'.crold, a Stanford student, six months ho, according to report from 5au rVanclsco. The pearl will ne present ed to the Stanford museum. The pearl, oyster and shell In which It was Imbedded came to Stanford Id n conalcnment of Reologlcal material from the coast of the state of Wash ington. The pearl was disinterred lu the conchology course given by Prof. James Perrln Smith. According to university authorities, the pearl is of llttlo value a3 a gem, but the oyster in which it was found crlginaled, they said, probably in the paleozoic period, but which they havo credited to the eocene epoch "We havo no record," said Herald, "of pearls having been formed before the time this one was created, It still letalns considerable luster and when tloroly polished will regain more, but Us 5,000,000 years of existence have 'taken out about 50 per cent of Its lus ter. "At the tifi this pearl was made the dinosaur, mastadon and Raber toothed tiger were in existence." WE'LL BE READY TO WIN United State ntliletei will lie ready to contend In the next Olympic gamerf whenever or wherever tlioao guinea are Held. Wo the Amateur Athletic ('ninn lnfornw the Swedish athletic cointnlttfc in charge of the matter. promo War flonnoll, lins lind-ilie .T)h thiKiiHu 1 Service Mcil.il conferred upon him by On. lVtshliig. HONOR FOR GEN. BLISS Gen. Tusker H. IHIhs, one of the live American delegates to the Sn- MKXICO WILL APPROVE rrancNfih de la Ifcirt-ii, owe l'resl dent rt M W pi 'iUen his country t the liwirly support of the L'-.ifrue iVutloiiH. lie wtj-t ihi future of lilt countT.v Or-peniW on IIh maintaining f.Iendly relatUiiM w Mi the TnltcA StntcM. Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllilljllllliliillllllll 8TONE OF LEAVES AND TWIGS. tart loo A CSKw ojy A v -ssrl Ji W I n IRPl Household t Hints- Recipes Advicey Interest toflousewivfe. TRIED RCCIPE Rwedloh Pish Soup. Make a stock by putting head, tail, and !ou:': ot y white fl.th, such as cod, haddock halibut, on in rulilwv.tcr to rover. adding a slice each of onion and r rot, u lilt of bay leaf, a few puppnr corns, and cook slowly for an hour. Strain, thicken with butter and Hour, using three lablesponnfulfl each, to cne quart of stock, sc.if.on to taste with hall and paprika, and add j...si before nerving a pint of milk, oi one cupful of milk and one cupful of cream which linn been scaidcd. A few peas mako pretty garnih, p.lso finely chopped parsley. Veal With Sour Cream Gravy. Pro pare a loin or shoulder of veal for rr.nsting, cut strips of fat salt porlc j and lay over the meat an In the bot tom of I ho pan. Haste frequently with thick r.our cream and, after the first h-" hour, rook slowly until meat is June. Mako a gravy as usual, allow IK two tablespoonfuls of fat, and two tablcspoonfuls of flour to each cupful, or half pint of liquid. The cream gives the veal a doltcious flavor, and th meat is very white when treated In ibis way. Potatoes ftlssoleea. New potatoes, or cold ones which are cut down to the size of new ones, may bo treated So follows: Fry in deep fat until a golden brown, sprinkle with salt, and place In a pan; set in the oven until tl.i potatoes aio soft thioughout. Trey may bn served with or without a ucam sauce. Lobster Sauce. Roil a small lobster and icmove meat. Place bones and tough meat at end of claws in a E3Lcipau with three cupfuls of cold water, a slice of onion and of carrot, Bpri'faf parsley, bit if bayleaf, and a few V'eppercorns. Simmer for half an hour and strain off Urn liquor. Melt throu tablespoonfuls of butter, add three tablespoonfuls of Hour and pour n nun rupful of the strained liquor. When th.rkrnrd, add one-half cupful of cream, and salt and pepper f,, ...i . . ' 1,.... ...! wrfU. of paprika, and t..o meat of the lobs ter cut in small pieces. If one wishes to use the meat for a salad, the sauco is excellent In flavor without the pieces of meat. Good Housekeeping. Buckwheat Cakes. Ono cup ot buckwheat flour, one cup of wheat flour, 1 cup sifted rornmeal, two tea spoonfuls of t-all, one cup of scalded milk, two rups of lukewarm water, oue-half cake ot yeast, two table rpoonfuls of light brown sugar. Dis solve the r.ugar and yeast in the luke warm water, then add tho salt and (he scalded milk, which should be cooled. Mix the different, flours to- K Uiur ana stir in gradually, neat up until smooth. Cover and let rise over night. If liked, a cupful and a halt of buckwheat flour v-an be used and only one half rupful of cnrnmcal. Good Housekeeping. Red Cabbage, Celery Salad. Have a fine and firm red cabbage, trip ort oil outside leaves, cut the inner por tion into quarters and remove the stalks. Cut tbe rest into fine shreds and" add to it in the salad bowl a head of celery cut into inch pieces. Malza c dressing by beating one egg stirring int J it gradually a tablespoon of salad oil, a tablespoon of red wine vinegar, a pinch of suir and mubtard, salt and pepper. Pour over the cabbage and celery, garnish with sliced gherkins imd capers. A grating of cheese adds to this. Giandmother's Pound Cake. Ono cup of butter, packed solid. One auu tvo-tlilids cups granulated sugar naif .euspoou mace. Five unbeaten eggs, iwo cups sifted pastry flour. Have a round pan, greased and floured; thu ovoc ready and ingrodients measured ti! tbe mixing must all be done by hand.1 Cream the butter and sugar and 'work till very light; add spice aud one egg at a tinio and stir with the band until you do not see any ot the ogg yolk, then add another egff and so on until they are all used. Then mix in the Hour and turn at once into the pan and bake slowly aa hour. The grata of the cake should be fine and close, with not a suspicion injTjTjqjnj-unr-iruuxru-irti-tiii- ----- mm exam jTtC- rUARD YY J "Alice Villiams Drotherton Liberty! lift' your torch on hlzh To welcome the pUcrlma drawing Dish; Maimed ond heart-eore, wretched or poor, Open to these your wide-awunsr door. , Hoom, and to spare!" Liberty, Liberty 1 guard the sate From spawn of evil and sons of Hatel Peer In each face ere you pass then through: Guard Freedom's soil from an alien crew ' "Halt! Who Is there?" Drop the bars at the brasen approach Of arroaant Junker and bloodstained Boche; Of red assassin and anarchist band. And furtive crew of the fell Black Hand "They shall not paasl" 4 these would poison the Melting Pot , With murder and arson and spylnc plot; Would make of the land we love so-well - Another phase of the Old World's hell Let, them not pass I Liberty! keep for us Watch and ward. The Pilgrim Fathers hallowed this sword; Cavalier. Huguenot, Quaker came - With hearts for freedom and right aflame Patriots rare These were our sires! Shall we ope the gate To spawn of evil and sons of Hate? Let, no, traitor layade the land. Challenge each with your "stern command "Halt! Who Is thtio?" ,j of any toughness or heaviness, not porous like a cake mado light with gas from soda and cream of tartar or by long beating, and yet soft, fine, light and velvety. This texture ia obtained by thoro blending of the but ter and sugar and not overheating the eSEs. , Honeycomb Pudding. Beat togeth e. one-halt cup ot sugar and one cup mo'.asses and one and one-half cups flour. Heat one-halt tup of milk and one-half cup of butter, then add one teaspoon of soda. Combine the mix ture and beat thoioly. Add four wcll bcaten eggs and beat again. Steam In a buttered pudding mold three hours or bake one and one-half noma. Serve with creamy sauce. Health Notes. The teeth should be thoroly cleans ed after each meal and at night be fcre retiring. In addition to this your gums and the bockets of your teeth must be kept stimulated. You can do thiB by brushing the gums, using a Btlff brush and a rotary motion. i hot foot bath before going to bed Is efficacious in promoting sleep, as It withdraws the blood pressure from tho head to the feet. The water Bhould be as hot as you can Btand it and it should cover the ankles. Keep your feet in the water for about ten o.' fifteen minutes. A feeling of re lief should bo almost instantaneous, and sleep a comparatively easy mat ter. Pour boIllniT water over lima beans which are to be shelled and see how easily and comfortably the shelling will be accomplished. Building Blocks Ornamented With Delicate Fossil Tracings. In the state of New York there la a unique stone quary, the product of which is composed of fossil vegeta ble fibers, petrified cedar leaves, branches, twigs, broken bark and stumps all consolidated into one hom ogeneous whole. The theory la that rs those parts of cedar trees fell one laydr upon another In the dcplhs, once tho bed of a piehistoiic lake, they wore raturatcd with the damp ness of the iiWamp and with the lime held in solution. The irault was in the course of ages a Hrr.cblo:ie cf great haidnrr.r.. There Is a church at T.Iumford built of this stone, and at first glance one would infer that it was constructed of rough sandstone ainr-aicd with a.i uneven coating of gritty, coarae' plaj- ter, but a closer view would show that instead ot plaster tiieie wera traceries of delicate, loaves, bits of broken branches, fragments of cossy bark, splinters of wood, etc. Every block of stone in the four walls Is a closely cemented mass of dainty fos sils an exhibition of prehistoric veg etation standing forth in bold relief as imperishable stone. SBMlBSSBSsf i BkSmLjB it Hul!flSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBS T jWnRL ill RT isL I sBs Provide 4 or 5 Inuics of good, clean litter on the floor of the poultry house In which to scatter the grain feed. Tho hens must exiycife ia order to get the grain, and this promotes health and egg production. In plannlnc ornamental plantings for home grounds, remember that both the picture you see from the home and the picture the passer-by sees from the street must be considered. bHbHS Have Your Eyes Examined LEO MARKS Optometrist 424 Adams, near Superior. Toledo, Ohio 9&zn6Je& Piano - WINS Where price is limited and quality considered Where an easy responsive action is appreciated Where tone is desired more than a fancy case Sold on very easy terms. Old instrument taken in exchange. J.W.G The PIANOS THE HOUSE OT QJJTY reene v& aoi sos 8o ijutbai m. i rCTTEPSON AVt " ' WWW1 w TOLEDO, OHIO IllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllil Upends. JLp 225:227 SUMMIT L rfl r as M. TOLEDO, OHIO Women's and Misses New Spring Apparel and New Economies Featured Tnis , Week at Toledo's Popular Apparel Store ? , $26 50 $29 50 $35 to $48 E ft f i & 3 Sample Suits for 50 Women One lot of 50 line Sample Suits that save you $3.50 to $10.00; all new desirable styles of wool pop Jin and men's wear serge; a full range of sizes. 1 $22-95 Over 300 beautiful new Spring Suits are here ready for your selection. "Values that arc only made possible at this time of tbe season. Our greater purchasing and the co operation of manufacturers enables us to oiler buits values that are unmatchable. La dies' and misses' high quality Suits in the season's accepted styles tailored styles, box coat styles, blouse effects and vestee models, Many are handsomely trimmed with silk braid and buttons. Materials are men's wear serge, wool poplin, gabardine and trico lette. Colors arc navy, rookie, tan, Pekin, gray and black. Mny New Styles Join Out February Dress Sale $10.00, $14.95, $16.75, to $35.00 Hundreds of bealuiful new Dresses just in, of fine men's wear serge, taffeta silk, georgette crepe, satin, georgette crepe and taffeta combinations and wool jersey. Women needing Dresses will do well by supplying their wants now, Special values in new Spring Dresses and extraordinary reductions in the remaining Winter Dresses., K&l iMiTftivri i i vi jKvsxaKrrriT iTTin nmntKjLm.sx'?ftwvvjKim3vaasM ' f m :"LMMii0M,3Pid.A fJ , , , :.;, . vfc5uJt'A- j'.h';8,iSh Jfci.', a i1 , t.s, h ..pWi 1 & hi n &w. if-