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HUNS FORCE CAPTURED ITALIAN WOMEN TO BUILD TRENCHES
RCADE TODAY
IT PAYS TO PAY CASH AT CONROY'S
CASH
GROCERY
525 Main St. Free Delivery. Phone 640
Bob White Soap, bar 5c
, Small Ivory, 4 bars . '. . ', ... 25c
Citrus Powder, package ............. 25c
A. B. Naptha Soap, 4 bars 25c
Crlura small fte; ineIliin 41.00: largo g2.(M
AVhito Seal Compound '. . io. .1. No. 10, J.75
Ijok t'ubln Hyrup , iiiirlH l!ic; larm- size
Mklnic "MoIiikwh, J gallon .VK-
I'runin, Huiul , .' . Ilk; u lid I5n
IXapnrmcHl I'iwIim, lKiuntl ..' Kc
KiiIiuiu, ItnlHliiH, pound .' ISc
Potatom, cwt. . .' I.2S
KnNlcrn Corn Meal, 9 pound suck
ll.ve lloiir, 0 pound Mack (........ , . 7
llarli-y I lour, 0 -pound Hack . . . - !"K'
Hominy, 9 puuiHt Muck . ' MOo
Macaroni, Hixwhctti, NoodleH, narkUKR . 10c
Macaroni, NMllirtl, 5 pound bo s Sfto
Onion Sets, 2 iMMincIs . . . 23C
Toll-t Itopiv, 4 rolls 2Rc
lllnc, butt h ; .'.,..,. t !
IT PAYS TO PAY CASH AT CONROY'S
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Thin picture nhowB how Cernian k fensa. Note the Austrian soldlur on s women caught in the drive's nweep ah
ultur works. Italian women capture'guard to see that the women keep dig- ead of the advancing troops and marc
d hy the Huns in their drive Into1 Bins;. This Is not the first outrage ; hed them Into the faces of the Italian
Italy are forced to do the work of la 'against women committed by the Hu defenders, forcing the Italians to shoo
borers. in ' constructing reserve trench 'ns In Italy. When they were driving , t their own countrywomen if they we
es to be used, as a second line of dc-1 forward the Teutons- put" Italian jre to stop the lnvanion.
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.TRIANGLE PRESENTS
Louise Glaum
AS THE PEACOCK SIREN
j
IN '
A play that will make you sit up and take notice.
Coming Wednesday-Thursday i
DOROTHY DALTON IN "THE TEN OF DIAMONDS."
Lemons Beautify!
8tralt lemon juice well befor
mixing and iMiugi fact,
pack, arms, hand.
' Hero 1m told how to pcrpnre an in
expensive lemon lotion which can be
used to bring back to any skin the
sweet freshnoss. softness, whiteness
and beauty.
Theulce of two fresh lemons strain
ed into a bottle containing three
ounces of orchard white makes a
whole quarter pint of the. most re
markable lemon skin beautifler at
about the cost one must pay for a
small Jar of ordinary cold creams.
Care "should be taken to strain the
lemon Juice through a fine rloth so
no lomen pulp gels in, then this lotion
will keen fresh for months. Kvcry
woman knows that lemon juice Is
used to bleach and remove such blem
, Ishes as freckels, Kallownesa and tnn.
nnd Is the Ideal skin softener, smooth
ener nnd beautifler. ,
Just try It! let three ounces of
orchard 'white at any pharmacy nnd
two lemonds from the grocer and
make up a quarter pint of this sweet
ly fragrant lemon lotion nnd massage
tft dally Into the face. neck, arms unjl
niyuis, and see for yourself.
KIPLING DECLINES
PROPAGANDA POST
l)SDO, March 5. Rtidyard Kip
ling has declined the post of Director"
of Home Propaganda, which was of
fered to him by lxtrd Heaverbrook,
the now Minister of I'ropaganda.
His reason ffr declining is not given
but what most people are anxious to
know Is the reason for asking him to
undertake a work so entirely out of
his province.
Hlr Edward Carson, who was Ird
'-Heaverbrook 'n predecessor, announcer!
that he will resume his law practice
immediately.
In the absence of Sir John Simnn.
who is now in the army, Carson will
b the leader at the common law bar.
A MIJI 1IKACII IIE.-U'TV.
i
Gives a brilliant glossy hfnetht
anneals to the Iron thai ! tour
times as long as any other.
Black Silk Stove Polish
Is In a clan by ite!f. It more
carefully mad and mail
irora bctur mtatermis.
If you km"t flniJ It
thatMatpollfthyoa
ever ud. your
harrfwar pr
uthorlMd tore
fund your
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liOl'ISF OLA I'M IS
Til 1'KAtXM K WOMAV
IS .MV T!UAN.,3 PI.AY
Xovor has I.onlise f;laum, known as
tho jeac4bk Hiren of Triangle playB,
worn such gorgeous clothen s those
she affects in "Idolaters." which will
be uhown at the Arcade Theater, to
day. "
Posed before an Image of the
Hphlnx In her Egyptian bedroom, a
mirror held aloft in her hand and hpr
long silken gown wweeplng. over 'a
glasH panel through which pours a
j golden light, ishe Is the symbol of van
ity. Another coMttime that will at
tract remark is a clinging creation or
cloth of gold, straight of line and
unadorned except for a cord around
the waist. This gown was worn hy
MIfh Glaum at a recent picture halt
where nhe led thet grand march. The
Oriental motif, ef-r domfnant In her'
costumes, Ih evident In a houdnir gar- j
meni, consisting of harem trouner- j
cites of chiffon. A pannel of black
j velvet. agalnHt which a long Htring of
pearls is outlined, hangs- from the;
shoulders down the front of this ens- 1
I tu me. '
The tar has the role of a vanity-;
stricken woman who uses no scruple. j
In attaining success on the stage. Her ;
love of luxury, indicated hy the Egyp-j
.tian "love nest" that she occupies. )
carries her beyond FHnity. Iietribu-
tlon of Ironic force Is visited upon ;
her, when, in a moment of rage, she j
k!ll a lover who has sacrificed hi1
own career for her. She Is forced to
flight, and her only refuse is In a
sordid tenement of an ugliness which
sho always has loathed.
Alta Today.
Tho sensational series of pictures.
"The Retreat of the Germans; at the
Battle of Arras" will be one of the at
tractions at the Alta today.. '"" These
pictures are actual scenes taken at
the battle and the pictures are being
shown by the British War Belief
commission part of the proceeds go
ing to this commission. Patrons who
desire an Inside view of the workings
of a large army, preparations for bat
tle, artillery firing, placing of big
guns in first line defense, bringing up
of supplies will do well to see theo
Interesting pictures.1
- William Fox presents the super
picture de luxe, "The Trouble Mak
ers" with Jane and Catherine Lee, the
wonderful child actresses, and the
vaudeville end of the program comes
well recommended, consisting of Bob
and Peggy Valentine In singing, talk
ing and dancing and Waldo & De Hoy
a team of clever comedy musical ar
tists ' PA ST I MR TfilAY.
(airl fn Auto Hold l"p and Payroll
Stolen. '
"I guess I must have forgotten
what nerves are," admitted Miss Car-
ol Holloway. Vitagraph's great star
of adventure, as she permitted her
self to be helped from a battered rac
ing automobile on the edge of the vast
California desert after playing hero
ine in the most sensational and real
istic payroll robbery every staged In
the great outdoors. -
It in the fate of Miss Holloway. In
tho ninth cpisde in "The Fighting
Trail." Vitngraph's serial of love, ad
venture and intrigue . ' ,
Nan (Miss Holloway),' knowing her
peril, starts across the desert from
camp to the mine with the .payroll
and is pursued b the outlaws lit an
ofher car. Pastime today. "
Food administration menus are In
tended only as suggestions.
, For example, one woman writes
' that she is trying one new dish every
day for her family. Another one
says that hers is a conservative fam
ily and so she has practically given
up trying to introduce them to, new
things. Instead, she has fallen back
on four or five standard desserts,
such as rice pudding, chocolate blanc
mange, bread pudding, custard, prune
whip; three or four main dinner
dishes, plain cooked vegetables, etc.,
all of which are according to food
administration principles but still
nothing new or startling to make
them worry about "what It Is made
of."
You are the doctor. Study your
family. Decide whether they will
tkei the new things better as one
j every two or three days, or as contln-
uous applications.
KFKPIXf WHEATLRSS PAYS.
j Are yr.u keeping wheatless Mon-
days and Wednesdays In your home?
The Responsibility of supplying our
: associates in this war with wheat un
; til next summer has now shifted to
. your shoulders, Mrs. Housekeeper.
The fatmer and the shipper have
done their work as far as this wheat
crop' is concerned. The harvest- tms
i beeji gathered, an ample supply re
served for home.
Bains First of Mock.
Forecast for the week com-
mencing March 3. 1918.
Pacific Coast States Fair, ex-
cept rain during the first half
of the week over the northern
portion, with lower interior tern-
MISS .HELfcN SIMON
This is MIbs Helen Simon, who
walks in this bathing costume to the
ocean from her Palm fieach cottage
every day on the tips of her toes.
She practices this -exercise to streng
then her feet, so she can dance lopger
and harder.
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OEVd
STOP CATARRH! OPEN
NOSTRILS AND HEAD
Sara Cream Applied In NoatriU
Itelicres Head-Colds at Once.
If vour nostrils are cloKitcrt nnd your
henil, in stuffed and you can't breathe
, freely because of a cold or cntarrh.
Just get a 'small bottle of Ely's Crenin
Halm at any drug; store. Apply a llt-
tlo of this fraKrant. antiseptic cream
Into your nostrils nnd let It penetrate
, through every air passage of your head
soothing t""1 healing the Inflamed.
swollen mucous membrane nnd you gel
instant relief.
... Ah! How good Is feels. Your nos
trils are open, your head Is clear, no
more hawking, snuffing, blowing; no
jnore headache, dryness or struggling
for breath. Ely's Cream Itnlm Is Just
what sufferers from head colds nnd
catarrh need. It s a delight.,
Any other country that might '.ike
to make a premature peace who uii-
many should study with diligence the
surgical clinic now in progress along
the Paitic.
Ml'XTIXti AMKX THEASIIIE
ULimiW - tJMWMNI
Francis P. Oarvan, who made his
name as a prosecutor under District
Attorney Jerome of New York county
is now in charge of the st-nrch for
enemy alien property In the 1'niied
States. Many millions of dollars are
itwncd by citizens of states at war
with the- Fnitrd States; I'nder the
present law this must be invested In
I'nlted States bonds, lie vas em
ployed for the work hy A. Mitchell
rainier, former representative con
gress from Pennsylvania, and now
federal custodiun of enemy ullcn To-
yoriy.
Daily Chats With
'the Housewife
POLlflNO TIIR WASTM
The housewife In England who Is
found throwing away an edible slice
of bread may be imprisoned or fined
as much aa $300. There are similar
fines for wasting eggs by ' making
cake, that Is too rich, for wasting su
gar In frostings and for feeding
crumbs to a .canary.
In. France' the baking of pastry or
biscuits from flour that Is fit for
bread is prohibited. The person who
is found eating, pastries in a public
eating place Is liable to Imprisonment
or fine.
But In America the housewife Is
put on her honor to conserve food
and abolish extravagant habits. She
la her own policeman.
A shining example of how quickly
and enthusiastically the housewives
of America have responded to this
honor system in conserving food is to
be found In the garbage collection In
the principal cities of the country.
The last November garbage collection
was 11 per cent lower than the No
vember collection of 1916. The
housewives of Galveston, Texas,
broke the record for any Individual
city by reducing their garbage col
lection to two-thirds less than what
It was last November!
This shows what splendid results
may be obtained whet American wo
men once set their shoulders to a
tnsk There Is hardly a woman In
the country now who has not stop
ped tho leaks in her kitchen through
which edible, wholesome food form
erly found its way Into the garbage
can. ,
There are, on the other hand, many
women who are scrupulous In most
ways about saving food, but who are
unronsr.ioiislv wastlnir a considerable
amount of tho most needed food for
the nllles wheat.
Whenever wheat flour Is used
when rye, corn meal, or barley might
have' been substituted for It either In
whole or in part, the wheat W being
wasted almost as much as if It were
thrown Into the garbage can. At any
rate it isn't going to leetl a "soldier
as It should.
This applies to the making of
rah pa, uuudhiss and pastry us well an
peratures.
Kocky Mountain and Plateau
Regions - Fair, considerably
colder Monday night and Tues-
day. followed by rising temper-
ature after middle fo the week.
ii. e. fiunkenVibld,
, Forecaster.
PASTIME TODAY
The Fighting Trail
"THE BRIDGE OF DEATH"
PLUNGE 80 FEET IN CAR TO TORRENT.
Hand to hand fights. Daring horse back rid
ing. Sensational auto race. See Carol
Holloway and William Duncan.
Love's Sunset"
A DELIGHTFUL DRAMA OF LOVE AND
RETRIBUTION.
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KEYSTONE COMEDY .
The Sultans Wife
LAUGHS THRILLS SENSATIONS.
Adults 20c Children 5c
to the making of bread. It Is unfair'
for any housekeeper to make these ;
more or less fancy dishee out of all;
wheat and so use up the flour that;
her neighbor is carefully . saving by I
eating Victory Bread.1
. It Is unnecessary on . the other
; hand to give up cakes and puddings.
, altogether for all of these may be
'made with combination flours with
I only a small proportion of wheat, or
as many Ingenious housekeepers have I
i already found, they may be made ;
without any wheat at all as the fol-
lowing recipe shows: ,
Sponge Cake, ,
4 eggs. J
1 cup sugar.
1 tablespoon lemon juice.
1-8 teaspoon salt.
1 cup barley flour.
Separate the whites and yolks of
eggs, beat yolks, add lemon Juice and
sugar, then flour. Fold in wAl-heat-
j en whites of eggs and bake in slow
j oven.
l
Tun ITkVK MTTI.E VG$.
This Mute Vim Went to Market. '
He.boifght sugar and flour to hoard
away and the only reason he didn't
j buy ton times more butter than he
needed was because he thought, the;
f price m U lit go down
. This iitle rig stayed at lloinc.
"When there was lied Cross work to ;
: be done and she wasadly needed.
Thbi I.lttlr Tig find I I'M 1st teH
on Men l less Pay, in spite of all the
food a dm In 1st rat ion's requests, "and
with the knfiwledge of what it
I meant to Fiance for him to be so
selfish.
i Tills l.ittlo Pi- I hid None
: but he left sujiiir in the bottom of hi
coffee cup. ate whit e bread wr'u
j Wheatless Pay and consumed .aandy
'just, as usual.
j - Tills Mttlc Pig rtfed
cc ww. lot .eurgo r it, Imn't
Hare ntiTa I,ltlle Piir nt Homo?
!! yof KNOW YOI It FAMILY?
i J.'ijH matter of war food cannot nl
wtiys he worked out jut the same tn
vvery family. That 19 why the C S, .
LTA
TUES. WED.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
The Retreat of the Germans
i : ,
at the Battle of Arras
Showing actual destruction done by the Germans at this now famous
battle. The pictures are in six episodes of two reels each. This one is
Episode No. 2. '
WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS
Jane and Catherine Lee
in
IfhoTroubte ESIabors
A Big 7 Reel Super De Luxe Feature.
VAUDEVILLE
BOB & FEGGY VALLENTINE
Singing, Talking, Dancing.
WALDO & DEROY
Comedy Musical.

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