Newspaper Page Text
THE UAKRK DAILY TIMES, ilAHHK, VT., SATURDAY, MAilCH 13, 101.5.
Resigp CRUISER IS DOOMED makes itching eczema vanish There is immediate relief for skins itching:, burning, and disfigured by ec zema, ringworm, or similar tormenting skin disease, in a warm bath with Resinol Si ap, and a simple application of Resinol Ointment. The soothing, healing Res inol balsams sink right into the skin, stop itching instantly, and soon clear away all trace of eruption, even in severe and stubborn cases. ( Keiinol Ointment and Rmino! Soap ire sold brail drugciati. Prescribed by doctor, (or 20 yean. Career of the Prinz Eitel Friedrich Ended in Any Event $250,000 PLANT FOR RITTMAN'S INVENTION BRITISH SHIPS WILL GET HER IF SHE SAILS And if She Remains Inside the Chesapeake Capes She Will Be Interned Secretary Lane Makes Contract With Private Interests To Prepare For Manufacture. Washington, March 1.1, Secretary 1 arie announced after the cabinet meet ing yesterday that lie had entered into h contract with private interests to build u $250,000 plant to handle the invention of Dr. Walter (J. Kittinan of the bureau of mines a process for the manufac ture of gasoline, dyestuffs and explosives. Washington, March 1.1. The captain of the Prills Kite! Friedrich formally states that if permitted by tlio United States government he will refit atid again take to sea. Whether this is a bluff re mains to be seen, if it is not anil he at tempts to pursue his course, whatever that may be, he is quite likely to come to a cropper. There is no question that by this time more than one British war ship is hurrying to the vicinity of the entrance to Chesapeake hay to make certain that this particular German cruiser wil never again be a menace to British or American shipping. The Hie- A Very Naughty Girl By LOUISE B. CUMMINCS Mrs. Fergiuiun was John Ferguson's second wife. Lucy Ferguson was her Stepdaughter. The former was also l.epinollier to a son of John Ferguson, who had been wild, ball quarreled with Ills father and left home. Shire bis departure lie bad never been beurd front. John Ferguson hod brought bis daughter Ltiey up with the understand ing that he should marry a wealthy man. I.ticy had her own notions about that, but said nothing. Her fa ther communicated his Ideu on this subject to his wife and charged her to keep an eye on his daughter's asso ciates, seeing that she did not become lnvolveV with some poverty stricken young fellow who would give her a life of hardship. Mr. Ferguson was a very busy man and was' much nwuy from borne. This made It imperially essential that his wife should look ufter Lucy. One day before starting on u long trip be charg ed Mrs. Ferguson not to permit Lucy to receive any one young man nt the house oftener than once a month dur ing his absence and not to allow ber to go out with any young man t all. Lucy was in an adjoining room during the giving of those Instructions with her ear to the keyhole In a connecting door. For a couple of weeks after her fa ther's departure Lucy appeared to be AIMING AT WARSAW Von Hindenburg Trying Flank Movement Now Against Russians GERMANY CLAIMS VICTORIES IN EAST Capture of Many Russians in Nortthern Poland Re ported in Berlin v yTTy lcv -T ITfMtihitlliiiisniil-il mi ii ' J j Wi fijisa.1 frs The Goodrich Tire, like the trained athlete is all brawn and muscle no fat Itd's days of life as a raider are drawing 'perfectly contented at home. No men GOLD POOL IS DISSOLVED. New York Bankers Repay Contributors to $100,000,000 Fund. New York, March 13. Formal an nouncement was made yesterday of the termination of the $100,000,000 gold pool, which was organized in the early weeks of the Kuropean war by New York hanks and trust companies, to stabilize foreign exchange between New York and London, All subscribers to the pool have been repaid the amount of their contributions. Total expenses of admin istering the fund were $16,542, of which $ll,20i represented the cost of transport ing gold to New York and Ottawa. The balance was spent for clerk hire, print ing, cablegrams und postage. The com mittee, which was composed of New iorks leading bankers, served without pay, as did its legal advisers. to a close. This whether she goes forth to certain death' at the hands of the liritish or whether she decides that dis cretion is the better part of valor and interns. GERMANS LAY FINE OF $100,000 ON LILLE Imposed Because Inhabitants Made Dem onstration in Honor of French Prisoners. called on her, and she never went out in the evening. There had been no more sympathy between her and Mrs. Ferguson than there usually Is between stepmother and daughter, but during this period of her father's absence I Lucy evinced so much feeling for her father's wife as to quite win ber heart. "Lucy," she wrote her husband, 'Is much changed. She seems content with me only for a companion and has taken to calling me 'mamma.' You have no need to worry about her. There Is no one at all attentive to her." One afternoon when Mrs. Ferguson and Lucy were In the sewing room the doorbell rang. Lucy went downstairs and opened the door. Then Mrs. Fer- McADOO'S APPENDIX GONE. Operation Wholly Successful The Sec retary's Condition Favorable. Washington, March 13. Secretary Me Adoo was operated iiMn for appendicitis yesterday at a hospital here. I he physi cians issued a bulletin saying the opera tion had been successful in every way and that their patient was in a very fa vorable condition. Mrs. McAdoo, Presi dent Wilson's youngest daughter, ac companied her husband to the hospital and waited in the ante-room until the operation was over. BREAD AT V, CENTS A LOAF. Government's Price to Soldiers and Civil ians at Fort Totten, L. I. New York, March 13. Notwithstand ing the advance in the price of (lour since the war began, the I'riited States government has not increased the price of loaves of bread which it sells to sol diers and civilians at Fort Totten. L. I. The government's price is one and one- halt cents a loaf. Berlin, via London, March 13. liecause the inhabitants of Lille, a city of France occupied by the Germans, made a demon stration in honor of a group of prisoners of war brought into the city, the German gusou h-'rd the following dialogue: military authorities in control imposed a fine of 500,1X10 francs ($100,000,) to 1h paid by the city before March 20. The people of Lille also were forbidden to leave their houses between five o'clock in the evening and seven o'clock in the morning. AMERICA ASKS FRANCE PURPOSE ON DACIA State Department Believes Owners of Former German Ship Have Strong Case. Lucy Oh, my goodness gracious! Man's Voice Do you know me, Lucy? Lucy Know you? Indeed I do. The Voice-Who am I? Lucy Why, Tom, of course. Oh, Tom, how could you be so cruel as to go away as you did? The Voice I deserved to be shot. But I've changed. I've come home re pentant and will try to make up for my misdeeds. Do you think futhar will forgive me? Lucy seemed hopeful as to this, but said that much would depend upon how the matter would be broken to their father. He was away at the time, and if he knew 'that his son had re- London, March III. Concerning the great, uatiie which rctrogiud savs is now in progress in Northern Poland, few new details have la-en received beyond the Merlin statement that the German drive at Przasnys, in northern Poland has carried the advancing army within two and one-half miles of the city. Pus sian reports of recent victories are de nied, and various German successes are recounted. Jt is said that in two battles 7,200 Russians were captured. The Rus sian statement mentions a liombard nicnl of Ossowet. by German aviators but is silent as to the course of the main engagement. These battles in northern Poland have probably not reached their maximum intensity but Field Marshal von Hindeiibnrg, with heavy reinforoe nients is said to be attempting another dunking movement against Przasnysz with the purjaise of resuming his origi nal plan of advancing along the Niemen should the operations against Przasnysz be successful. The battle line which is the crux of these operations extends roughly for a distance of eighty miles between the river Orye and the river Vistula. A semi-ollieial statement from Petrograd reports a new movement of (Jennan force in Poland. Following the heavy concentration of German troops for the renewed attack on Przasnysz, near the Prussian bolder, reinforcements have been brought up in the Pilica riv er region, southwest of Warsaw, Pet rograd believes, however, that these re inforcements are intended merely to hold the present position rather than insti tute another attempt to break through the Russian line toward the Polish capital. l ashlllrrton. March IS Tin. lnllo.li States has sent an inquiry to France to rnwl Bno oenevea ne wouia. wnie to learn its purpose regarding the American hHve hl,n ut aw"-v- But if ibf,f wa!t steamer Dacia. before a prize court at ' u "a returned ana Micy Brest. The shin, with cotton from ia I ves-i should announce the arrival of the ton, was seized bv a French cruiser. NATIONAL PALACE STORMED BY 2,000 MEXICANS: Attempt Made to Release 250 Catholic' Priests Imprisoned ia Mexico City Many Killed and Hurt. Los Angeles, Cab, March 13. Two thousand Mexicans stormed the National palace at Mexico City, Thursday, in an effort to release 2."0 Catholic priests im prisoned there, according to advices re ceded here vesterdav. A riot followed. Psers submitted to the state depart ment by the owners of the Dacia, for merly a Hamburg-American steamer, will, in the opinion of the oflicials here, make a very strong case to support the validity of her transfer to American registry. prodigal, at the same time Imploring .Oustavio. chief of police of the capital. for him her fntlier's forgiveness, she " stabbed, two Mexican assassins who Mitch el a Suffragist. New York. March 13. Mayor Mitch el promised in an address he delivered at a meeting under the auspices of the woman suffrage party in Brooklyn Thursday night, that he would vote for woman suffrage in Novembe-. The mav or sail) be was convinced that it ws only a matter of time befop- women would vote in this state. . GERMANY CLAIMS 126 MARINE VICTIMS A 6!Jn of Kwnuty Is a Joy Foreve. T. Talis 0urtu4's Oriental Crosm or Mat'oal Baautiflar. .smassa Tu, "''". D B . .v. -aw. m4 Kkta t4M tut. ry rum m 4tjt )-. It ! n tu ttwt- 4 A tt tiBuntssfk. Vrt vt tfhiitr m. IV L tC ( Wrl I iVMs V- i. ; '!.- tow ' r hu fcf mkt rr' rf 4o h1 D-fJ M Um t nt Iiiaam, Usudft Kwsf List of Enemy Vessels Other Than War ships Sunk Since War Began. Amsterdam. Holland. March 13. The Mittag Zeitung of Rerun ha published a list of merchantmen said to have bocn destroyed by the (rf-rmin navv since the beginning of the war. According to it, German vessels have sunk 111 steamers, with a total tonnage of 4iMt.iHl; four auxiliary cruisers, with a total tonnage of 32.Ss: to sailing vessels, eiglit mine-sesT and one troop transmit. ITCHING PIMPLES rim Mil ON FACE!) ARMS Would Turn Into Blotches. Caucci D;if gurenvnt. Had to Keep Arm Wrapped Up. Used Cuticura Soa? &i Ointment. In 2 Worths Weil. H M rWn iprtnrW4. Mas "' l l tnuta -ma taxi unrf i.ui 1 turn UT '-. TVr believed she could obtain It. "Hut you must meet pur new mrtm ma," she added. "She's perfectly love ly, and I'm sure she will help us." So Lucy took Tom up into the sew ing room and Introduced him to the stepmother. He was dressed very shabbily and seemed to have bnd hard time of It. Mrs. Ferguson, who was a kind hearted women, pitied hl-n. Besides, she knew that her husband bad grieved over the conduct of bis only aon, and If a reconciliation could be effected It would be pleasant for all concerned. She Invited her stepson to tale tip his quarters In his former home, but Tom declared that be would on no account do that till after he bod received his father's forgiveness. Ho It wss agreed among the three that Tom should make himself at home In the bouse during the day, but should occupy a room elsewhere. Mrs. Fer guson acceded to Lucy's plan that the huslmnd and father should not be noti ced of bis son's return till Lucy broke the news to hi in after his arrival. Never were tbT a mors- affectionate brother anil sister. Mrs. FVnrison sev ers! time surprised tbem sitting in cloe proilmlrv, and every time Tom ram In or went out they klfcsed. This routinued till the erwulug of Mr. Fer (iisoii's arrlvsl. He rsma uneiprte1 ly and wss re.-efved by hi wife, I ucy and Torn. Lo y end Tom knelt before Mm, and fAK-y said pleadtegly "Papa, forcrtva me. Thin 1 my hn band. We w ere mnrrWl a wfk ten." Vl,st Mr. Ferguson id in reply Is Dot iwsnMrjr to this story. Wbst Mrs. frgtMKn ss id vi' : rih. hsvetis. what lisve I ine?" Mr. I ffniwn rsr!ed his w lf stern ly. H hsd rr-ll njioo br M keep bis dstig! ter fnmi sn si Isnee ef bef b (Ixxming lie aiked s-m qn- MaM Meetieg ia Lesaoa W.st, Gevfrn-1 ,Vw" to h"w y""nc " a f meet Is Art ts Coatrol Pnoes. ' , , . : nfi.m. U'.I, IS 1,i,r .Hi. innth. li.il lii,1 fnrtist thiniMt,M In attacked him were killed, and number ot persons injured. large Stories Differ. HE old Olympic Game promoters were great for what we call form." Symmetry, proportion, soundness end proper balance out-bid bulging muscles for favor yes, and out-won, too, just as they will today. Mere bulk never was synonymous with endurance and the truth of this statement drives home with a bang, when you apply it to tires. F thick, heavy tires were the last word in tire construction, we could wipe out of existence a Goodrich Research and Test Department employing seventy people. We would take off the road a battalion of ten automobiles, that run twenty-four hours a day and every day in the year, grinding tires of all . makes to pieces, just for the sake of information to us and eventual economy to the user of Goodrich Tires. There is where we learn to cut out of a tire the material which gets the user nothing. Of course, when we stripped tire price lists of their padding fictitious values we expected rivals to say we had stripped our tires. r IT was their only "come-back." They had to say that, in stripping down prices to the point where they were fair to dealer end consumer and left no room for injurious price-cutting tactics, we had stripped our tires of some quality, too. THE Goodrich Tire, like the trained athlete, is all brawn and muscle no fat. It represents an achievement the ability to cut out the extra costs of manu facture, the extra costs of labor, of extra, needless material, and to give you the best, long-mileage, high-standard tire in the world. There are padded tires as well as padded price lists. Don't pay for padding. . Now don't forget this we are talking in the main about Goodrich Safety Tread Tires, for they represent ninety per cent of our factory output for resale. Furthermore, while we have put the pad ded prices on smooth tread tires on the run, the evil of padded prices on non-skid tires still is in evidence, as shown in table below : THE B. F. GOODRICH CO, Akron, Obi Note the following table of comparative prices on non-skid tires. Columns headed "A," "B," "C and "D" represent four highly-advertised tires: iGoodricbl OTHER MAKES Size Safety na Tread "A" "B" "C" "D" 30x3 9.45 10.55 H0.95 $18.10 30x3y2 12.20 13.35 14.20 21.70 23.60 32x32 14.00 15.40 16.30 22.85 25.30 34x4 20.35 22.30 23.80 31.15 33.55 36x4,2 28.70 32.15 33.60 41.85 41.40 37x5 33.90 39.80 41.80 49.85 52.05 If you are charged less for any other make than Goodrich, they are taking it out of the tire; if you are charged more, they are taking it out of you. Thm mfandarJ by which mil othmr non ikids arm judge J G OODRICH FAIR-LISTED TlRES WHEN IS GARDEN SOIL READY FOR PLANTING? .Maiden, Mass.. March 1.1 William Ilurbine, a Wakefield boy, ajred 14 years, who w as arrested Thursday nijrht charged w ith shootii fi his younger sinter, Mary, leaded not guilty to a charge of man slaughter in the district court Vesterdav. lie was paroled in custody of his father, slowly fall apart upon beings released, it The Average Back-yard is Poor but Housewife or Child May Get Good Results if Careful Attention is Given Its Preparation in in Spring. The I'nited States department of ag riculture's specialist says that in the spring as soon as the soil has dried so that a handful when grasped in the hand and gripped by the fingers will Ambrose Hiirbine, until March Iti. when he will 1m given a hearing in the juve.iile court. The Ixiv claimed that his sister was is in a tit mechanical condition to pre pare for planting.' (lay or heavy soils should never Is- worked while wet. More Topics of the Home and Household. BRITISH FREIGHTER SUNK WITH A COTTON CARGO The Indiia City, Which Sailed From Galvestoa for Havre, Feb. 11, is Reported Destroyed. Calrclott. Tets. March 13 The Kr it ih steam. hip Indian City, wht.h smled from Clet..n f.r Havre Feb. IS. Un ben Mink, ac-rdie to a itliiriia rr "I'H l-re ytevdj sttertxxin by ber f lit. Mi carried 11.' twl.- ,."( -... ton. mtitiitiiitr tw-r fir! '-n 1 1, l.b'Crsm eme from Ijwrpool. X o. ta.U were gtrn. " URGES ACTIO! 03 FOOD. killed accidentally w hen a shotgun was ! injury may Is- done by doing this than shoken from the wall and discharged, j ran Is- overcome in several vesrs of Horence Hullorsn. a plavmate of the caieful culture. girl, told the police tint Hiirbine fired the gun at his sister. Indians Want Flag. Salt Uke itv. l th, March 13. A delegation of Wachakic Indian from Bos elder isninfv called at the office id Indian Agent I.. I. ep Thursday o request that the government provide a "nations! flag" for the Indian and that the Indian head on the I'nited Mte penny be changed. They paid the hesu was a "nqusw's head." Tiny rs press d stisfsction wifh the Indian head on the Buffalo nickel, but complained (list f 1 if eoin was not large enough. Agent Crwl is in Nin .liisn county, w hrre the trouble with flie I'iute Indiana exists. rid his nifire repn entt ive promised tu refer the di ligation's complaint to Mr. ( reel on bis return. When the soil is found dry, as de-scriU-d above, the uper three inches should lie made fine by the use of the I'Ofi Htiil stiH-l-f fwif h ril.. all ml. 1. lull stone, and clods should be removed and 1T,l'.r,' the suilace made even, somewhat rom ped, and ss level as the contour of the I er life and progress of the age. Kdito i rial, in Woman's World for March. I j What To Eat I Stale Cake Pudding Make, when yon I have stale cake on hand and an cg I white, or use a whole egg if there is ! much cake. Crumb the cake tine if there are different kinds, use all. Stir the egg into just enough water to mois ten the crumbs, not too soft. Press into a greased mold, cover closely and steam an hour. Serve hot with hard or liquid fauce. Johnny Cake One cup of flour, two rupa of corn meal, two tablespoonfuls of baking powder, four tablespoonfuls of sugar and a pinch of salt. Sift those together, then add one mixing spoonful of shortening melted after measuring, two of the same size spoons of molassrs snd enough of sweet milk to make a trifle thinner than ordinary cake. Sour or buttermilk may lie used if preferred, hut this w ill require the addition of enough soda to sweeten it. Stuffed Onions Take six large onion. peel and cut in halves lengthwise. Bel I in salted water till nearly done. Drain Few housewives seem to know tht ' nf remove the outer layers of the on old fashioned sal soda Is the cheapest ' '"n ' ftrm receptacles for the mii. ster softener, etc, on ,l,r 10 , """J"'- 1 "P ,n' remainder the market. Put a pound or so in a ", '" '''' equal qusn- fruit jar and fill with water, adding i W" ... rr,,ml" "na . ""PP. When preparing the baby's bath, try the water tiv putting the elbow in it If the water tloca not burn the elbow it will be the right temperature for baby. t Japanned tea tray should not be washed in dot water. If greasy, a Iitue floor rubbed on them will give them a new look; if they are scratched, rub with a little olive oil. Neckwear is appearing in heavier m- terials tban heretofore, sav the Indian apolis News. Cream panne velvet, white mohair and pussy willow taffeta are coming in with the sheer organdy. i i more water as solution is used until sll .,, 4 , , , . - IIHP7.- SKIl-l m K.rilltMMl IS U-U Ulllll HI ..ea will permit. It may then he marked , ,,iNM,IwL A ublcspoonful in dish riff flip h inlini, i I,, p... . M At.. 1 .... . " -.-. . i . . r.i , ... ,,, , , iw i HIT water will make sosp lather freely or g. -.er pian c.i me parn. n. u unnnary. Two spoonful to a pail Much of the so.l in tl,e average lck i , ,lrr fr .a.l.jrig will save ip. yard is not only poor in plant food and sfrerigth, time and fa brie-Los Angeles Many Would Marry. Charleston. V. Vs, Varvh 13.-Is le gut, -tames f Mititro county, intrid(ta-cd in the West Virginia House of I h-L'.' t l lmr-Uy a bi!l proKing B (al nn Mo h i:.pres. It mv le of interest to (hose who rare of to know (hat sfter silver knive. l-orVs and srs-mns have lieen cleaned, if they sie put into a glss fruit can and the top put on tightly so that the air w ill be vi luded. the siher w ill mt . -as4 JIfirsew .- iey laored e4 th f t"---t, f r b W"."f a. t ti l tw -e t ai'ienrar! tm hm f ajrwia. .! furrj e .-S4 ar-. !- h tip .i.f v4 I h4 tm -a - htm ii 4 ratne l-rsi, 1 tad v arm M rl n fi' rh tine 1 wel rum1" nf '-, aw, a rhpe a, n". t"it di1 ar fwA T 'raj I fay! iw ' y ul- vw a -,. ,-i 4 Nrr-M I ." t-T f m 1 s s-n I p-,ii as 4 sa,. -rrtf-"W . ii m-1 ft t r - - .Ssmplf f c h F ree hy Sml "J " im i.-, ' f""-" rV-asr fsstsu 7. . Son-" fei '.risKSw! i t ana. I ' the i.tk-r' U,r I'me'citi'V Vstw.nal i-"m.iil. a.rtS.Mr ! .-ra"? V. I frej.;.r-f . a n . rnt:ij was 'I! in Lm iestr.iv to i sW t'.s I'!"" "f and !. A r'-.l,, ,m ifl'g ts.. r... t , -,.m.,r, ' -f ' "t t ..,. r, t 111 f '- r-a U ' t '.. ab -ed 1 Uf at.,.. a .. f H9 te a I -A !- '" ?i.f, , .t s.s as"- i. . , r.-w fi-I- T i f t fn t I ' ! I a . t (..... 1 .., i - .. a. .- eia- -1 a -'-w;ato Infr.lii Trg b-r Unr a her tnul' nd t .li sll tb re;wn.f i:y - .erif 11 e- .. f.s":y fvclvrti-ls)- t' la el)"c a-'aje to An Is I , li - i J '! iV1 Tir"";'v. 71, -!.! T'-'! ' tt lSt t-5t It i-t a r- '-s ! '4 t n rttr'n ,m . , t a "!'IW,' tbi f tot a tm- r.--r. It v .t t I ,.- tiulfi I nry a s is.ii''y t-. " t ! rtj a f'e r-.Ma 0 tlsl"td f'S? ha"f n fr.H.'--n t tr j-si .ts ! t ut ta''rt f- .x ilt r.cieiit in ilisaying vcgctalile niatt.r. but it is hard and unyielding. However, arch is the basis which many a house wife or child h to use for the making of a garden. Teacher who plan school gardens for their pupil lo have aim ilsr conditions to mi-et. Then fire, in order to get good result, rsreful atten tion must be given to (he preparation of the oil. Noila which are natural' v mit are hlilv ( tie sour and o in tle liet eon d.tion for the crop. Wbcth.r amir or l.nt it Will I Well to hive the pupils r!o,a Utw.-r, and fsl veara of age. 5 "M ,r"'m- r" ,!"n,' n-"t snnnal'.v. T!- monev 'would I , nre f rem a ?r tig atore a eee of blue into the eonrtv road funda. (l.tmus pafwr; tlwn take a linltul t,f 1 1 e soil night'y noit,ne4 and pla'"e,lica inrrnanng. hut tiwv are fnsir' ' " " . t'w t'srwr en it. If air tiie psper wiil.the.r vonith last longer. 1 .ev are ra. turn r-d. To eor re, t si h a e,.!it'ti '" trr"ger .ld!--n. I here i an up i. .h.., n il. -r...m 1 l"t to tlie w imie rai-e. Mv etrdaiia- T?TT TnITN "PirAPI-'TC itl. a th.S r.t f air .!ak.l 1 .m-, j "" re ofT. red but t!,e lug cause M- ,IUUUl" V.sl V..I.r.iO )( ttVv u, .,.liw,t ...r ,, -j.terlv.r.c .!. wholeefTe. the ,rr,-ve !.t small rost. .nd woik (h.a in U "! ' ''TT " ' trt""C " 1 - "rii .' ri. i iw-re i frow nrs j rn t.sr inf-rmir-f the frieit lrs r.f t t.e lam f, f.T.e !S- l! , F, . I "'n F hard Isiilcd eggs, also i little chopped parsley if convenient. Season (o taste end till the onion shells, put a bit of butter on each or a little grated cheese. Set in a buttered psn to hake. not Beef Hash tirind or chop th meat fine after removing some of tho fat if there i too much. Of coure you will have to conult the tte of roof family in regard to the fat, some like h.ve . large quantity of siUer to take 1 mM , fU bash and not mm h fat. It seem rath er etraagnt to us to remove the fat from the meat and then sdd butter to the bh s some reripe call for. A t V. n..a I n ,1 Snl.l tt. tarnish lone .. tl,e e.n i. kept ,Wd. I ,,';., mfrtl hr ttrf Ut, . ay. . ii.xiann. magai.iie ,.y ooing tin. . tmnut pl mr minh time will lie saved, aUo much luird work. a Wemea Look Younger Thaa Formerly Arrwrican women are carrying their f-riiai bv the amount of meat avail- a hie. If there I a Scarcity of meat dropfied gg may lie plaeed on ei h aerv mg of l a-h. A seaaoning of onion I erv gi for a lieef Kh or a littlo w.ultry waminf might he used; 't. HEADACHY, COSTIVE. Sik Head be, B. Breath, Soar Stem rh. Mesa Liver an4 Bcwris Are Clegged Cteer tf '. IT.," Ilse f the lime. in!. wi'l eorrwt th. i l-.lc ti'4 a 1-b.M I a.ittv and Willi .rf- af--i t t' sn a II s. f.- - - i ... I- I,.. W,.. , - r . .--. - 7 . t ) - 'i . V.HT H2IH FALLS CUT ... . - . -, -1,. ... .1 . -'t a l.-nt -t s-!--i la 1 e b' i mi- i s rro-. .i. d 1 ' . t 1 ta-ie an.l t ' t.-.t i. a a t--e t t' ti.-' 'f; ta t 4 f :.t t 1,Mf , fl.. fM sU. r -..i nv i..fT,iV, f .. w.ai'-t . i-n.'fT.-rf , xit- tifw-s. Itlt.4 "( w -f t ,,, ,A t'. ..!.. r . si'-l ,. iw ft I f- ti. d'-'e-t .-a . 1 . . a .-t t9t v,. -S;." l r...-' J . --t St.... V.-rf. , I tat')l4 - ' iii, , -... . . t " ,-..i . .-. rif ' 1 1... i j, 1h "'' eS)".' ) ?1 W - v ' asii .. , i . .---' ' i .'; ..., , . i-i i . t, -. ' . t T. -'" T1 -'. T . - s .- ' ' .- I - a,, -: ! mt ' e""" '- - A''-t- I . 1 j f fl.s aw.J is -later rtr a f 'v Soan and t kt ts ,n s 1 m l,Te frer,l-f .--i's. Jt 1s f-n.nd a a!ialre ti t' i is, a i ai t -.-. j . .i? 1 ti.- t.ijrs ! 4 t ail'flr'fi. at I Is 's frer. -, I .'t . Is t --e 11-1 so ss tvm t'-- n !' e r .-d W I -f s. ! l? f r.r.ts . ''-...I I -.., t si; n a i; m .er -- f .f I'" (-.- I , --e --' s r .' ... . ' 7 ' -.' lis ,- i' . e., ' r at tW . I- f 1 .! - . a?.a kf . e,.' i.- . , K. .i-eif .et t ,r t ' ari- ' - f t.'ei4 ' ' ! t - inf. t a...! A m- s-'i '.. f..-i.- atiar l- wt'! i , t - ' s- -e s- - - .. . f . - ' e ' s 9 1 . ' I - .' - - ' .- . 1- f-- " ' I - -- i , as-. t.-ar Is-tter. Vot onh ia the kiigth f of course, snd a little paprici T! hash tnsy baled or cooked isj t)e sf-i.b-r. If to be hated make it rath" ,-r niore w.ist. a little stwe4 tomt4 IT eM he used for tnoisfninr. ! i.rahim pr..d -To -up of rshs ft'ntr. one half n;p f Ueat floor. ) io;. of l-skinr powder, one half mfi urr. tf- half teis f salt, fnnr l,!iui nt n lls lard, one nd ones '! mi o r Bi''k, n4 ens a'. M l ing redent in tV! w-.W-r ined. snd hake atsnit thre l,liaet,-ra r lo,r, f-. '-.' I'l.m'if- W'H tnak.rx Ve ale n rft " t'ie Ipsrs S'ter ,ss l. - w ! . a 4 f two Ul.lijifiil r,- M. '.- fa l.i-srrt f lard rr-t -f' , , m t pi1! P'wr iwVai f ...; cnii-r,. t t ...e-..,;' ' the aS4 i v . . w , , ... i. .. i .-1 .- . ).- i i a : ; ,s. s-Harie t , . t ii". 'i-., , ,U-e rnt fr. isii Wt r ' I.-- . st I . . I . t ",.. t l; i . .-. - t .a- s . - s, e,- f .. . f-a-e i a t J . , s r H-f al''a a . re. ' r r ' t '-. tk f r . .r- tl -en t. e- W e . a-.?..- n -ai B , he .;..,,, fc,s - , ,.-- r v .-, t . a of f. f - I -. v I t .f e t- -e s - ' 4 . . -. - w ... I I . t n re , ) I Sm f . f Is- f.n; ,11.- tl-alfers. s-ll ir-f r,s,.f i r.f L -. . I s .esf ,r . s f. lfi ifl-rete.t. 1 Iw rr and .f r put.f !'' a trtte ! .0 t e;-. . f ' f-l h" I '.. t ' i ' - a . t . . ... f '. . .,.., a -s e, y s.,. . .. 1 1 .y ti a a4 a 1st, '.f frs.1 - .it .ij,- .- i r !'.?..- i 4 . - - I ! I a 1 .. . . ., I-.,.. I ... 1 . s - - - f f I 9 ' .n a '-1. e , le W