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THE JUMPING OFF PLACE IN NEWFOUNDLAND $dPC&QPX3&0! , r VA i 5 What are You Going to Do for Your House and Garden This Spring? Are you proud of your home? Do you want your friends to exclaim with delight upon entering it "Oh! Is'nt your home comfortable and attractive." Do you want to have a prettier garden than your neighbor's? i'i s g 4 h ft ' rrm mi i ii n HJ'w .. -Jl " "' " ' " ft iHiBBiiiifitfiltfiiBlHiM I laHIHIIIKMillllHilVllllllniMAB r.V" '.," TvKI4VVVyZKIIIIWMttB)aaDBIHBUIB9nlIIIH I UHlkKiiiiiHiHiKEaiKiPSelSnHII El JUMPlNG-OFF PLACE FOR FLIERS at NEWFOUNDLAND .PHOToavVris' yO Ouldl Vldl Luke, Newfoundland, where Captnln Morgan, U. S. A., wilt take off on his Atlantic flight. Cap tain Hawker (British) .will take off beyond the bill In the background. . TBEATY TERMS NEARLY READY (lermaiis To Hear Their Fate Soon. The lny when the German en voys will be culled Into tin 1'eacfc Conference to receive their terms is tiov believed to lie very near. With all but two of the trouble some problems disposed of, hope re vive Unit peace with Gernmny and Austria will be concluded soon. The two renminbis questions relate to the Ithlne boundary of O'erninny, and the boundary of Itohemla. Germany Gets Thirty Years' Time. As to the terms on which Ger many shall pay damages for the ruin she needlessly wrought upon the world, tin total sum is now under stood to have been tlsed at .$.10,000, 000,000. It was decided that the lirst installment, amounting to live billion dollars, should be paid May 1, 1021. The remainder may be spread over a period of thirty years. Thus Germany will remain in debt to the nations the wronged, until past the middle of the twentieth century. The monty is to be divided among the Allies on a percentage lw-Is. France will get the most, because France has suffered most. This plan has been decided upon only tentatively"; that Is. it i still subject to change. The Fate of the Ex. Kaiser. It is given out that the Council of Four representing tin United States. Great Britain, France and Italy has come to an understanding -about the former Gorman Emperor. He will not be tried by no lnr. national court, for there is none hav ing the power under International Iniy. To create such a court now. and have it go back and try him under laws not existing when his crime was committed, would be an "ex post facto' act, not to be Justldcd on legal principles, it was Secretary Lansing, it seem, who persuaded the Council to take this view. Hut there is nothing to prevent the ex-Kaiser's trial in the regular courts of any one of the allied nation-, that can get hold of him. Members of the Council do not ex pect that the Imperial culprit will in any event be condemned to death. Imprisonment for life, or banishment to m)iih place like St. Helena, is more likely to be his fate. England to France. Under Water a ii. 6 The long-talked-of undeiea "tube" between England and France seems likely to be made in the near future, so that railroad trains can be run between Dover and Calais. Engineers, after boring Into the floor of the Channel to test the quality of the rock, report that the scheme H per fectly feasible and will not cost too much. Gasolene Street Cars. According to the Electric Hallway Journal, Henry Ford intends soon to begin the manufacture of street rail way cum driven by gasoline, like automobiles. He thinks these cars will make lower fares possible. y Household Hlnty- Appropriate to Serve' With Tea Anions the delicate sandwiches ap P'opiiaie to serve on tea f.ible are tl.cse: Caviatc .Sandwiches Mix one half ran cavlmc, one tc.isponriful ouloc .iulce and a good FiiuccRe of lemon, :ulcc. Cut thin rounds of Dread, hut er and spread. :.tocl; Pate dc Foie'Gir.s S.nd!che Vaiholl one half pound of calf's llv r pntilrj on a cloth; cutln dice am! fry gently with a little bacon, font nushioonis and Unci' Hh.i'lots, all n inccil fine. When done and It must .not be allowed to overcook, wh!c' t iighcns It put inlo a moiiar run pound to a smooth pa'dc. Seaion . ill' .'alt. ijcppi'r, a piece of sraied nutmr':. mid poviicrcd mace, then tlnotiji- a moo and ptccd. A few chopped Uni fies improves the flavor. Chicken Sandwiches Chop the white meat of chicken very fine, then f.onnd to r. smooth pulp in a mortar1, Fireside Talks With Members of the Newspaper Bible Class ' By REV. E. B. ALIEN, D. D. Pilgrim Congregational Church Oak Park, Hi. SIIIHM-I- !f . H SUNDAY. SCHOOL LESSON FOR APRIL' 27, 1919 "THE HOLY SPIRIT OUR HELPER." Golden Text: "If ye llien, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children, how much more shall your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit lo them thnl ask him?" Luke 11:13. Lesson: Acts 2:1-8, 14-18. I. The Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is a great gift which God offers His children. Jesus died believing and declaring that it was best for Him to go away. He said that His place would be filled by the Comforter, that is ihc Holy Spirit. It was this Force that was revealed at Pentecost. It had always been in the world for God has al ways been helping His children. It is important that we should under stand vATat the Holy Spirit is and I know no better word about it than that .by Dr. Hodges: "There is one God, one only God who reveals Himself to us, and deals with us in three ways so different that we call Him by three different names. When we think of God as (he Maker and Maintainer of the universe, according to whose' power all things have their being, we are thinking of Him as the Father. When we think of God as manifesting Him self to lis. in the life of Christ, we are thinking still of the same, one God, but as "the Son. When'we think of God asTcvenling His will in our con science, and thereby teaching us how to do' better, and at the same time to attain the betterment 'which is thu' Revealed, -we are thinking again 'fjji'.ttie same God, whom'vwe called 'lirst Father and then Son, and whom we now call the Holy Spirit. rj .. ,1 Pai'enfsr? pastors ,and teachers shoulditty.to make clear tochildreh' .the meaning of the Holy Spirit. I can refrierobeMn mcWldhooirfaow strange it seemed to me to have peo ple talk about the Holy Ghost. I thought ghosts were very strange and weird people appearing purticu alrly at night and likely to frighten people who saw them. Children grasp readily the idea that God's Spirit is speaking to them whenever Ihey are prompted td do right, or when they feel a sense of shame about wrong doing. It is said that one day a friend was talking with Coleridge's five-year-old son Hartley, and spoke about a little girl with whom Hartley used to walk to and from school every day. "Oh!" said the friend, "is Annie an acquain tance of yours, Hartley?" "No," said the boy, and pressing his hand on his heart he, added fervently, "she is v.n in-quaintance." Our best friends are in-quaintances. When we can say "Christ revealed in me," we have realized the presence of the Holy Spirit. ""God is for us that is good; God is with us that is better; God is in us that is best. Henry M. Booth. God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit. How can the Three be One? you -ask me; I answer by asking, Hail and snow and rain, are they ' not three, and yet one? Longfellow. II. The Helper. Let us ilx firmly in our minds and say constantly everywhere tpat God is our Helper! Religion; therefore, is not something which takes away our strength or our satisfactions in life. It is something which helps us to realize God's power in our uves. Therefore we ore interested-in "The frt-its of the Spirit." When God is -working in a man's heart, -certain fruits are shown such as love, joy, peace, lnng-sufl'eririg, gentleness, goodness, kindness and faith. If you believe (hat these are good qualities for yourjife, try to glveiG.odJs Spirit free'"course In you. Season to taste with salt, pepper, ol ive oil and a little lemon juico and spiend upon tlilr. lices of lightly but tered bread, cut In fancy shapes. The covers to thcte slices are spread with butter. Into which are pressed al monds or nuglish walnuts, sliced oi chopped very fine. Put together and prcs.i. Hlbbon Sandwiches These are .uacle in different wajs. var. lug both hitads and filling according to fancy, l-'or instance take six thin slices of mead and butter on both sld"s. Spread '1- yers of deviled ham or chicken be ivccn, then press the entire sandwich Slice crosswise making thin, ribbon l'ke sandwiches. Or use alternate slices, wafer thin, of white and brown bread with a filling of cream cheese and chopped nuts or olives. Fiench sandwiches Stamp out 'tin slices of white bread' with r. icokie cutter. Spread half with cream cheese and cunant jelly blended to a pink ream. On top of this bread spread n second round of bread lightly but tered and apt cad with1 chopped pista chio nuts. Roquefort Cheese and Egg Mis to n creamy paste Roquefort cheese and one hard boilrd egg. Add salt and pap r ka to taste, with a dash of lemon vice or vlnepar. Chop fine a little celery, mix and .spread. Hints About Game Never waah game, Int-ldu or out: n-ciely wipe it with a clorb wrung out In hot water. Utility shot olrds should nut. he hung long. The length of time a bird is buns must depend on the weather, the itaie of the bird and individual taste Snipe, woodcock and plover should noer be drawn. Tie the birds, if possible, with string instead of using skewer?, for the iat tur make holes through which tl.e juices escape. Tlo a slic4 of fat bacon over fie breast of each hhd to keep it from jrying. Ues:e all game cry thorcun'ily. oth erwise it vltl become -dry .nd shriv eled. '"" Game, except partridge Ud pheas ant, is usually beet sllgnily un'ier.lone. This Is especially the case with teal and wild dock. Never pour gravy over game, but :erve it separately in a hot tureen. The correct accompaniments to all game arc bread sauce, fried crumbs, good gravy mid potatoes fried In any fashion. Floating . Dairy Thermometers $1.25 MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED 1 r cfriJ7Keir'- T7 lire 1 RIGHT HANDY k 1 HOTELWALBORI-aiOSUrlMrr T TOLEDO, OHIO p a n P t p. L A little extra thought this spring will accomplish wonderful results for the summer. New curtains a few new pieces of furniture a new lamp new rugs and linoleum a few flow er seeds for your garden. We have everything for your home and garden. Write in and ask about these things or better yet, come in and see us. ffeDaSuMfnchCD. Adams at Huron St Toledo, Ohio .l'Vt.''ylMyvtIV 4VVWW)itfVVKMUVttfV'NA' Buy Victory Loan Bonds mmm April 25 9 26, 27 Saturday, April 26 Al. G. Field's Greater Minstrels A Spectacular Show in Seven Big Scenes wih Billy Beard, lasses White, Minstrel Billy Clark and the big company of famous minstrel entertainers U , iNigms ouc, vac, 5i.ju ana ji.ou Matinee 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00 War Tax 10 Extra. Mail Orders Now April 28, 2", 30 Wednesday April 30 GEORGE M. 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