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WFDNFfT* AT. MARCTT 2. IWI.
f&ynthia Qrey 'April Fool Party — Gurtb Must Prepare Own Supper. IVu Mlsa Orer; wm yvn htndty IMtltnc a plan for an April foul party tar boji and gtrlsf YI tank you. JINK. fa plam Uf m door Ml km* a big Mb pan trtlK m potato »w>Vt fied to a irtlk vkirA ta knock. H4l* the koilrii rwrtt» hi a I«IJ» Arru, cap eel huge kitckm apron. tWrx» Ike I ftrU cops and tproni alse. sad the I t*f< market baskets. 1/et IV *««»- I Mi e*pl an that her pueitw will hai* 1 m pat IkcW pim tapper. 1 TIM iuiilui should act ma atora 'ifff dtepease IV pr«liio*j i Ml prrirati Ml erAr Hit V<S« chafing dhh and gat koatru iknld hat* tka frl- BJw a/ tirlss m rriuMeess.- Ch<*r- JpA* rnJiM to May No--* kettle*, patted mil to • Na pi* pan. a tet m«f •/ randy ryot (a «rre far favor a at each fhm Salad Inn M patty P'l n.i, end coffee in (» to ran 4r*«aJ • rourt fetter •rwlrvpterw placa a rtrric o/ tta ap nh, rock intk • rrd candle (a the tout, VU there t» • drop «/ hot a a • Indian Ntrmrs and Meanings Dear Mlsa Gray; Pleej»s print MM Indian ntunsn with nvan'ncN ■alt able tor a croup of Ounpftra Qtrto CKCKrUK. imA tam Wader: Talala. woad i Ulltii ; iM4. UMioa; Cko-awat, I too diup; Ovenetrna, reirtoi. Ma- I *to aarorii. Wei"**. kamet»npk*rd; I Wall, ptoaow; SnJmciei, star; H aJt- I tkakt fUncrr; TintKotaehak. redkied: RftoU. antelope; /sktaAtote, blue l*yu; Atstla. fire; tToayeche. firrflp, llVaada, ma ae moom; Hh • • • ralvxt h'on Alirn Woman HlVir Mlsa Orey: Jnst a few line* Ito regard to the naturajlsatlon of I foreigners who have beon rejddenta [ of this conntrj for morn than seven ■ years. U U neceanary that an ap !* pUcant go to school. and doee a wife I have to beoom* naturalised by up t arata procedure? In fact, doea a wife have to r> thru any proceed lags to maka her busbend a natural toad ritlsen of the United tflatea. MXI with him their children T la my CSLSS, my mother absolutely Wftlli to go to school and my father la tinder the Impreeston that If aba doea not accompany him he Will not be able to qualify. If he paaa alone and aacurea Ma paper* will I automatically become a etUzen without my mother bains ooe? And It toy father bacomaa a cltisea. will war Bother become oat also? Uopinx > tor a prompt and favorable reply, 1 f remain, yours very truly, £ i T. *. W. V< Am altoa naai —toamftn ifly to- JKEm* • adtoea tkra tka naturaltaa 3Hktf\tor Imtut ma do her wilaer |'m m m m,Namiieal ft' Measurement* l Daar lOaa Orayt What la mint | fey * nautical knot? If a boat la (otnc »-* knot* bow fhat la It r»- toc? How can you flrura tt out in | arithmetic, dlrlda or addT I (Hrr-oF-rrrwrK. I j A aaafti.'to mße U tha length at a totowla al tangxtmde an the atrnator. mtmai tm MTS-/5 faet. Tx> remare mtt wanertetoy. the V. K. cnast rmr wy hat adopted tka value of the mmmtural si He ma arwJ to &ne-ata- Hath part of tka length of a degree •a the great circle of a rphere i rhnte marfmca la arjval to the anrface of the mmrtk. This value fttei one nautical tmOe ma etfuai to tjffljl feet fchich !• wary nearly the value of the ad mtrmlty knot—tjorr feet —adopted ky tka BrUiah admiralty qffice.) If a boat la going SO f knott an Knur, that tmuld to Ike tame aa going is SI m mOee oa hour. Our knot U equal to JJ SI milea, therefore, lit km.ta would to tOJ timet 1 lil, Ichu:h U of in Air I n>rmr Mlaa Oray: After a heavy ! rain aoaae'lmo* am all flah or fmir* can be found long distance* from any body of water. Do they come down with the rain* If wo, how are they delivered up from the earth? SUBSCRIBER, a • e The feather bureau itate.t that 4*r*n g a Mtorm. unmetimet rmaU fUh •r frogt are caught up oitl of thr ahatlou bodte* of trotT by little ed 4iet of air. They ore often carried • dUtinoe of teveral truiei before they art dropped. * a • Irish in America Dear Ml** flray: Will yon give mo fart* a* to the statement that there are more Irl*h people In Amer ica than In Ireland: alao the aprox* Imafe number of Irlah people (ex clusive of descendants) In the two eountrlea. IIUHII. The fxouret covering thtx nub/rrt I harr not yet bren completed for the bMMHk of I9to In 1910 there t rerr the t'nited fttnten IJ'dJSI per. trho \rrre born In Ireland. In 1911, the population of Ireland voji IMHtilt. a • • Magazine Subscriptions Doar Ml*a Or«-y: nan a per eon l>e compelled to continue taking a mac azine when It la not wanted? ANNOYED No. Take the nert i**ue of the mnvtrtne bark to the poitoffir* and dflirrr it to the pontmaxtcr or hie reprrientatire. unoptned. and noti/y the pottmaster in writing that you will ro/ute to rrreire it hereafter. • and that it ii not a paid tubacrip- Hon. WOMEN WHO OVERWORK "Man may work from aun to sun, but woman's work Is never done." In order to keep the home neat and at tractive, tlx. children well dr< .<] a/id tidy, women continually overdo •nd suffer In silence, drifting along from bad to worae. knowing full well they need help to overcome the pains and aches which dally make life a burden. I.ydla K. Tlnkham's Vegetable Compound I* a medicine with specific value which overcomes many of the worst forma of fem:il< complaint*, sa the letters constantly being published in this paper will . jg-tivo. —Advertisemcjit. F®or Mam's E®ck —BY— nKRTUAND W. SINCIAIK (V»rlrtl III! »T U"l«. Wre«» * <>» (Wnrta on Onet orer the rubblny yunwalea. ylrt roue. She eaat an ai>t>«*llti» «ln" l- a Ist Mar Una, Ilia face did not alter, i-he utepped up on the *u:ird. nte dalnlng the hand youn« llower e* tended to help her. and apranc lUthlly Into the c«okplt of tha yacht. The older man withdrew tile hook Youn« Oowar held on a aen tid Kmirr, matching the an4la*ul»<"il hAtnd, In bonald Macßaea eyea with a fury In hla own. Atid when ha withdrew tha boat hook he nwung tha Inch lhlck lron-ah<»d pele with a awtft twlat of hla body and ■truck MaolUa fairly acroaa tha fee* In an hoar tha yacht waa four ml lea ta wlndwurd of tha aloop. Maatrrteaa, the akwp wiled, laid to. •tarted off a*aln erratli-nlly. and after many ahlfta laid her blunt bowa atralsht for the openln« be tween Rancater and Bqultty Lilanda. jOn the cockpit floor Donald Mao- Itaa sprawled unheedln*. Blood from hla broken face oosed orer tha boards. Kha struelL Aa aha hun* Shudderinc on tbe rock, a «ea llfte.l over her atem and waahed X!a* Itaa off into deep water. He came up (rnapln*. The oocl Immersion had revived htm. He had ' been caat by lock Into a place from which It took no mora than the . moderate effort of an able awlnuner , to reach ahora. In five mlnutea his feat touched ,on a yravel beech. Ha walked drip nln* out of the swell, eltmbed to MS her f round, and ant down bealde | a stunted fir and watched bis boat ceo down. Mar Use's face worked Hla Bps quivered aa ba lifted hla hands In a •srlrt yeature of appeal. "O Uod." he crted. "ctrrsa and blaat them In all Ihelr ways and enterprtaes If they deui with bar as they hava dealt with me." ess On aa sftemoon tn Voveinhw, 1 1»1», a man came rowln* up the weetern side of Squltty island and tamed Into Cradle bay. which lies under the lee of Point Old. He waa a youna man. and wore a patch of pink celluloid over his rUfht eya. He turned Into the small half moon btxht. stsrlny wrlth sun»iise at a white oottaiteroofed houae stt tlny amid an acrs siiuara of bright *reen lawn. "Hm m m.'heomtterad. "Tt waant bulH yeaterday. either. Funny bs never mentioned that." He pushed on the oars and the boat slid nearer nhora. the man's eyea still steadfast oa tha houaa. No life appeared there. "I worvler. now." It* spoke ayaln. WhOe ha poshed h> heat ta an tha rrarW. a low prrr causad him to look behind. A hl*h-b"wed. shin In# mahocany cruiser, 7# fee* or more over all, rounded the potnt. The smooth saa parted with a trh'stllnc sound where her bra we flhod stent split It Uka a kij)fa Khe •lowed down from this traUillks speed. Stopped, picked up a moor inc. made fast. Tha crutaar har whtarta r* peate<fty. Tha man* In Ota nowboat untied. "W|*a nuupimrit.* ba oliaaa i '•* Ironically, under hta breath. Tha pniw ynht, it teamed, had not a® much a* a dlnchy aboard. A flirare de'ached itaalf from a irroup of people on deck am! w.iv»d a beckonlnc hand to the rowboat. The rower ahmcxad hi* ahonldera and ptilled out and alonralda. The deck crew lowared a aot of utof*. "Take a coup'* <>l an aahora, wfH you'*" Ha waa aJdravrd by a ahort, (tout man. Th» fount man bud Ma fwrtott agalnat the atepa. "Climb In " ha aald briefly, "ton, Smith. coma aW»ng." Tha dock boy climbed cbedlenfTy down. A Ctrl In whlta duck and heavy blue awaaier put her foot on the alepa. "I think I ahan r». ««®. papa," «ho all llcr father nodded and followed her. The rmVal niwM In tmdda tha ond of a narrow finat. Tha boy lr tha Jersey sprang out, roarhod a atoadylnc hand to hta employer The «lrt atrppad lightly to tha planked log*. "fllve tha boy a Bft on that boat to tha chuck, will you?" tha atout pemon ma/le fnrthor r«iuaat, Indi cating a whlta boat bottom up on ahora. • A q< fear gleamed mo mentarily In the eyea of the boat man. Hut he made for tha dinghy, followed by tha hand from the yacht. They turned the boat aver, rlld It down and afloat. Tha Bailor not In and began to ahlp hla oara Tha man and the Kir I atood by till thla waa done Then the (rirl turned away. The man extended hin hand. "Thanka," he aald cnrtty. The other"* hand had InvoltmUr Uy moved. The ahort, "tout man dropped a allver dollar In It, *wung on hi* heel and followed hla daugh ler pa*«*d her. In fiirt, for lihe had only taken a atep or two and halted The young follow eyed the allver or,ln In hi* hand with an exprc**lon that panned from aatonlahment to anger and broke at lai«t Into a amlle of *h'-er amuf-ment. Thou he fared about on the Jerawyed youth about to dip hla blailea. "You don't objeet to tips, do yon. Smith r "flee, no," the boy observed "Ain't you got no on* for money?" "Not this kind. Tou take It and buy nmokw." He flipped the donar Into the dinghy and the youth salvaged It. I lift gaze rested curlounly on the man with the patch over hi* eye III* familiar K'ln faded. Jle touched hi* rap. "Thank y*. sir." He heaved on hie oar*. The host M) id out- The man turned to look again at the house up the. elope and fojnd the girl at hi* elbow. "I'm afraid I mu*t apologize for my father." nhe said sitnply. ''lt was awfully good of you to bring lie anhore, but I feel eure you reeent being tipped for an act of eourteey It wae very thoughtless of paph." "Home people are eo titled to rre«"lnK their way that they'll hand Bt. Peter a ten-dollar hill when they |»a*« the heavenly KB tea," be oh served. "But It really doein't mat lar. Tell me something. Wli (tut. DOINGS OF THE DUFFS FRECKLES AND 11 IS FRIENDS ©ten B*% » Page .*SOO A?* RAIU.T DAT UfiimiOCn Armas (ha hay tha Alkl Bcbt tnrned and winked, turned and winked. Oa beyond tha West Point tlrht turned and wtnked With the sane regularity. "What nukes *«ca. DaiMyr" aaked David, aa'V ba saw the Ufhts for the first time. "I/mt how even It la. and It aaeer doaa la eat. doea tU m bet the sail, era are pretty rood aad (lad they toil go eat too. whaa there's a storm." Daddy watrtMd thm Itohta a Bto ate before he ease si il. 19e» trlefty. eow: sJI thoae Danes are rua by electricity now. But tt was ae auy ssaltsr to lend nghthauass la tha aa/ty daya. Ham were few and money waa and the Pacifte ooast and Puc< souml wts strange waters ta many a mariner. "I have heard Dr. Faalerhrook tall of an experience of his II years syo that will give you an Id's what It meant to keep a big tight winking before people had electric lights and power. "lie was only 17 when he waa 'sailed upon to fill a vacancy In the U, 8 lighthouse department. "lie was maile second aaalstant la tha light tower at Cape Disap pointment It Is a dangerous coast, and at that time wss wild and rugged beyond all Imaginings. Three men had charge of the light station and lived In a small brick bouse a mile and a half ADVENTURES OP- THt TWINS V CArv% Rob«r(r Barton "What's all the fun aboutV croaked the. frog "IVlck your flnr**r." commando*! tha |p>at, who wna raarrllns tha I loom of Dlnmori'la hi tha aacret paaanrr under tha world. "Ifa the only way that I con dlwcrrer wheth er or not yoti twins are mortal or enchanted. Prick tha fro*, too—the one that hopped in when you came If yoti have warm, red blood ymj axo mortal and ennnot atay hare." bonaa hi that, and how Inng haa It been there.''* "Oura," oho anawored. "Two year* We »Jay hero a good de«J In the anminer." "Our*, I tmy, mftaxtji FTnmr* A. (iowr," he my rurloHitf, but I to know thit plao« rath»r wall. I'v* b*-*n iway for ftnmo tlrn#. Things «•■# in to hftv#» chancwl • bit " •"You're Ju*t back fro to ovrraaasT" *he linked quickly. "I'm no wounded hero," he fore stalled the Inevitable question. "I merely happened to get a apllnter of wood In one eye, «o I have leave until it K "'* well." "If you are merely on leave, why are you not In uniform?" *he ssked quickly, In s ptismled tone. "I am," he replied ahortly. "Only It Is covered up with overall* and rnacklnnw Well. 1 must be off. Ooodby. Ml** I lower." tf oiiUnuixJ Tomorrow) •way from tha Mir ul mcrm kI hnndrnt fM tetow It. "The mad fmn fho hoal to tha tower *u <rr«r a itnv, ahetvtnc rMn h«urd to eftmb and far away from any human aboda. Aa for neijcliNcm. t)>ey bad ona family tbrea and a half mllea a wajr. and tha naaraat loan waa a Bttla stnra and a small croup at aablaa IS ml In an nn Ox fcajk "Tha nctM towar waa «f ataaa tapt whtta by a jraarty aoal af whlttwuk. "It atuod •• (M MKk, and aaa i—itmd Ota B|M by a wlaflni stafr. r»a oflaa Iboofht bow It moat hava looked acainst Ola background of dark fin ■■!— a tall wtilta mliima wttb Ita twtr«li!lnx llcht at the to|v "Wli»n Pr. took hla position the bnua knob on (ha door of tha Iron rwm at (ho top of tha tower had boon broken ofT ao that on« could opm tha door from tha Inside but not from tha out. ■lda If tba d imr blew abut It waa lmpo*s(Ms to turn tha handle of tha kick. "lla waa tr>ld that oa atnrmy nlchta ha nuit open tba door. « out on the narrow balcony which waa bulft around the bl* llcht. and «tpa off tha fo* and iiiurna which dimmed tba gtaaa. " 'But he careful.' they warned htm. 'to put a towH or a ml or somethlnc In th« crack ao tha door can't fajrten .*" <T» Lie CooUminl) -NANCY'S rLAN" Nancy healtated and looked at Nick. What If thl goat should put them out now, when they were eo nrar to the end of their journey? It couldn't be far to the South Pole. Then ah#* unrolled th* Map that Han La had given them at the ts*gin ning of their travela. ffha gnve a lit tie cry of Joy. It was Juat a* ahe had hoped. The Room of IHamonda waa dlrectfy under the Kquator, the place at which, the star hart told them, all magic speßs ceased under the aun'a raya. Also It waa th* place at Which no person or object casta a shadow t noonday. It was noon now. If they could euty left re fbelr prerloua ninrma and Rhoe* and ev erything' underground In the rave for a few minute* away from the sun, Nancy had a wonderful plan. "Oh!" ahe rrle«l happily and whi* pered something to Nick. "What's all the fun fthout?"* croaJc ed U»e frog. "I don't see anything funny iU>ut getting pricked with a pin.** He waa worried, no doubt, about hie blofwl, 110 knew that It wna neither red nor warm and he waa afraid of being discovered. The cockatoo waa right. The frog waa the wicked Hobadll Jinn himself. "I wna Juat thinking." said wise Nancy, "of an easier way tnan that Mortnla cart a ahndow. f,ct us all go out Into the sunlight. Wo urn leave our charms here.** Clu l>o (oiitinticU) TIT!? PF ATTT, F STAR THK BOOK OF MARTHA NBW WISDOM rOB OLD HURTS Atom | ta tba narmlnc I Ward my buabuwri latchkey. I had laid out my nxiat atnmtnc necUc"% for 1 had Ixwa mwrud kiw enoush to acquire a little wlaitom about ilrim Whenever a storm low cred on our dotneetle horizon. I a) ways endeavored to look my loveliest So I threw on tha rainbow tin tad wonder of a kimono and rushed down to meet Ilnh, I (IH not fmwt him wttb taara. questions. an>! reerlmlnallona "I've lx»a ao wurrlad, darting** J exclaimed. Mob waa aa bwry taktns o<T hie hujje ynkMben that ha didn't mtn my klsa. Or did he keep busy because he didn't want to kLta meT I couldn't tail whicb. ao I smiled sweetly and purred my prettiest, a* a devoted wife should do 'l'm coins to make ywo soma cof fee rlcht away, dear! Or woukl you prefer tea? Or a hot lemonade? Do >ou want anythlnc mora?" "Hot lemonade onlyl I've had din nor"* Bob answered and I knew from hla tone that If I cot anythtnc out of my man that nlcht It would t>a by stasia worda. not sentences. "I'm an (rind you haven't suffered' Wera you I oat In the storm?" I tried to put the question anxiously, but not too anxlooaly. ■Oh. no! I waa enrnfort-iMa—par faetly—at Chans Koo'a"" "Ooodnesal How did yos get there?" "My own ear was done for befm» I left town. I waa picked up and taken aa far aa Chans Foo'a. Th»n we stalled. I wnltad for the snow to let up--and then I walked home." Bob did not refer to the scene tn tha hotel: perhaps he hid hla own reason for not openlnc the snhlect. He patted my hand as I tucked the rovers over his shoulders. I sat down on the edse of hla bed and rrthhed his cold flnsera. and desired fervently to talk to him. but kept still, and was ontrai-ed and dlrruatcd when he fell off almont Immediately Into a sound aleep! Gray, streaked or bafr enn t>* immediately made black, brown or light brown. whichever ahade you de alre, by the uae of the following rem edy that you run make at home; Merely get a bo* of Orle* powder at uny drug store. It coat* very llt tit*, and no extra* to buy. I>lasolve It In two 07.. of distilled or min wa ter anil cotnh It through the hair. Full directions for uae and a SIOO.OO gold bond come In each bo*, guaran teeing the user that Oflex powd* r does not contain allver, lend, zinc, sulphur, mercury, aniline, coal tar product* or other derivatives. It la safe, docs not rub off, la not sticky or gummy, and leavea the hair fluffy. It will make a gray haired person look twenty year* younger.- Advertisement. Tom Didn't Have a Chance to Explain Alek Wanted to See if It Was True! BETTY AND HER BEAU . Confessions of a Bride ttn. it tw I myself wn* nnnM» t r» sleep,. Tn th* wrly dawn, I beard the newsboy ride up nn * horse to deliver hla pa pers. The atorle* about the Mlasard wnoM be mrritlnK and would take my mind out of a bad mil A fight In the mklat of ft*e Mtr. mrd—a flght about a wonwrv- proved to ha the Mr fhrfTler. T snatched the sense from tha head tlne»r A dub man. e«»oortlng a beau tiful young bnstnesa woman home in hla ear, had been attacked by her husband and tha latter bad b+m A Home-Made Gray Hair Remedy blur Waul Ada Gut lUiaulLk THE CRAZY QUILT ' kuuckrd outr "It"* Martha— and Yan — and Kvsn!" I muiaiUfrd. "Tfow shock ing r fh> Bo r<mUrainl MOTHER! / "GiTlfomia Syrup of Figs" Child's Best Laxative Afrr-v* *T>iTl forma" Fyrrrp of Fir* only—look for the name California on the then you are sure your child la having the best and mm! haraih ■<» phyiitp for the little Htomach, liver and bowel*. Children lyvo IW fruity ta-Mn, Full direction* on earh botUo. You RIUHI say "Cali fornia." SHAKE'INTO YOUR SHOES Allen's Foot-Kasa, the antiseptic powder to he shaken into the shoe* and sprlnkbd in the footbath. The lluttMuirk' Camp Manual adviiiea men In truinliu; to line Foot* Knee in their shoes each morning. It pre vents hi Inters and aore spots and re lieve* painful, swollen, smarting feet and takes the sting out of corns and bunions. Alwa\n use Allen's luu*u tu LutkL. lu Uvw aliuujk EVERETT TRUE STAR JVANT ADS BRING RESULTS PACE 9 By A LIMAN By BLOSSER By PARKS By AHERN By CONDO