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II :aJ, uzro.i f r3 WIN at 3T AaCt 8M Of t I Itt Ctty at aVie A r4 oaw w. e. um, sm pus mA. W. AIM 1M ' Oaf ff- k4 , ,X3!fDAI, BZCSJUEB Sty im m-mimn.' a .,, i , .. . . fttea. tW-Aiwj f ItaHk M. 11 -V ' lAnnuaalo may fjid it V hi ua u.uia. a short Imp (rum I, Philadelphia man was killed by drinking Ionic H -must lure, curled upland dyei. iftance offers to name a street in honor of Vetoes. Whst a ipot for Greek restaurant ri;3 iaeat to trtttad. Tu' caaawt y UM off a rebtSlloa is to fto the tM ttr MnnAic before thwjr ktff to scdat. . ,cfV . , -. By UM by, did pa notlea tint the congreAs- k MttpekW to hit adv-anty t frea- 4 tor tto; mtopUieJ mar? Well boat the pert imragnahm te rUU: ffaar wants freer roiaiMa. V-.h i...i.aBwaW;"-r; ' Heroes and the KjumtJ Wnkate HeWanJoOerB is lirtif off tke Ut ef tke lead orer to Holland.. Sixty simaU eaW. to hi altofeteat wlah. - He is warmly clothed ad hoatad; atatiteatly red. ahd haa th wtoeet payetdais at hU keck aadf calL He doasat deaerre UC does he? No, of 'coarse not It is owlnc to so falt of yours that ae la getUnt aaca royal troataMBt. ' v. ' : On the other haad, right here in the U. S. JS? tome hundreds of thousands of fVSKOKS of that war are getting far from a royal tresi ment. TSey ar sot even gettlag a fair deal. Some of them, disabled by service to that war. are in sore aoad. There are not enough 'hos pital aeeoBUkoaaUoBS for all of them. Many are so bound ap la red tape that they feel tkem selres denied the sanare deal j f Does H stria yon as Justice thai. BUI HOhen 1 soUera should have castles and servants i galore ,whiU thousands of the boys who stood between ,4ae former kaiser's greedy hand and our free dom should suffer, want? . Any time anybody tells you that "ton much Is asked for the sol diers" compare what they receive with what this ez-kalser is getting. ' " itsmc uee mam ancient cncmv. '' : . OWO.CAJrC.1 WHO INSiNTEitS TpE UNLOVCO cuss. is sending her hordes over make room for the tourists. i jrybs Europe Hi Ijngllshman picked his wife by watching 'n talk. Ovar here we pick by the toddle or foi lot. '.'. ' ' . . . ' mm mm i Hi . t . ; 1 ' ' , , msy aval nothing but. there's no harm lrlc jig a man a Sherry Chr'.stmas and a Hoppy Ke 4 9rar. "': " ' " . . "BLUE 8U5BAT." Almost' two thousand years ago. In wicked Nero's time. - -, To live a Christian life waa O! . A very heinous crime. And Nero walked his -wicked way . Knee-deep in Christian blood. And then the Christians had THEIH day i And Nero's name was "mnd." ; ' - ...-.'? The Puritan, with dauntless soul. Came to our ihorea so bleak; Religious freedom wss the goal That ho same here to seek. . The pmrished "witches" you recall? That didn't make a bit And other folks with Ml of gall Soon pat an end to it. x v. ' And nosr we have the "L. D. A." "Lsird's Day Alliance," yes. ; I don't kaow how thy get that way; 1 don't, 1 must confess, Twas wrong to paint the town red, I Admit, because it's true; But hear my loud protesting cry: '"DONT PAINT OUR SUNDAYS BLUE!" QUBSTI9BS AND AStvTEttS. Feaal in Beoler Bant, Can you tell me where 1 can get HnRtnra of aletris fariaotaT l Frederic Haolrin's Lcttc ' tmwsw Onvnssrnwnes et tw um. Clubs for the Lonely Kt York ity, Dec.- J. New. 'service work that th. '.., . York bas s, hew and Ovel tlub.hall Is the only mTT TBB OTEBWORXED SXOSCaiiX ' TUBE2 ' Aente bronchitis, or a "cold set tle in the chest." as the benighted call it. is not thi familiar couch sad sore cheet that the nostrum ex-; book as cure for falling of tbe;ig cji tht R. A. D. club, which city pioiiers wouio . nave -me. guuiQie ; womo ana public toug ne. In 9o per cent of nesses. I all sack, alleged "colds settled ln'drue stores, but they dont seam the chest" there Is nothing wron !to know what it is. (Mrs B. C. H.) inside the chest In. seeking ' the ANSWER Star grass, mnmrpM nf lirfvln nf am auta ran ,n " t r moflt at j romrt snd that IS. a newly established couxh sre other names for aletris fan : wntrn im - arivwausmT wiaaanranami au m an v ' vaii n m . w wausi ' found It recommended in a. doctor ; tentloIl ibroagi,out the country. H make acquaintances in'v cure wr imiuBg """iU cllei tht R. A. D. club, which city. A normal social Hull "tJ , means simply the RegtatoredAc- the hardest things to karVni!lalca., - (New York. Ot l'lS" I iiUMiuMiuw iwucc s ! lora. VI course, nuo. I " I i i Ostensibly, the only object of the can be abusrd. but i,k !ir "He I . . j. n.1 .. a .n t,.m dann- hut ruallv iu nr,rvinn I KNftt. I i-i - s- . . n - r " - . nuuuiu 1 1 1 1 n . - SeOSing e . AKbWKH BUT grBSB, "( hi. tiiinui i tn mlut lantl.ncu . . 7 I" . mtrnt mmmtm . I- t iwmrtiw .rl fnlie TOOl 1 r " , B 80 BQ0U1(1 I" HtZL. . , wiiii, i Biow : minnnfted In-1 uia snecial curie .. is n. liiharf Minrta tn k namM for aletrfs rt- . " 7 7 'T. . uiumiu, "inn Wk- or f,e ort ny promoting socia- one with oroner n..."" which does not continue in definitely, it is well to investigate (1) the lining of the nose chambers (2) the lining of the throat, espe cially that part covering the ad enoid body; (3) the lining of the larynx voice box) and . trachea ....... is. a.. ffiut ".!- -WL c?urBO 11 I.i" ; wii.y on A large scale.. Every week m i nt r tun wane or or any oiu- - , . - . er-eendltion wh eh the au.ck B the R. A. IX club irUekk tor book pay have led you to C', ,f " hf Lteu whdU- most notable and tniJ tribute to "female weakness." The - -v;s sll the varous stuttTs an emetic, aharah cathartic ?,C-w. JTS nave bee designed VD7":,, and very bitlernerhap. the ,ek tt? t& proper supenriiWt fill rf tH- Jt (wind-pipe). Such a search is tthought to divert your . attention 8 acquainted much more likely to prove success-ffce-m the imsglnary ailment to the Ounces with each other secure in nly8 regponsibiuf; ful than is the most d'ltgent scrut iny of . the almanac, ths patent medicine testlmon al or Doctor Qsncker's Dollar Doctor; oil V, . . . w Bwiciy nappsri rMhh, it craving ror popcorn ana wmt v-uW moth.. -h--,,,. Whether tha patient notices any ! eat a small bag of it if. he gets it, ; Anybody in Ner lork can apply ror ... ., "'"6 J.?! M tde knowledge that the s.rangers w,'h mm J.n,(n lh m Knit. U 1 spectahle. . ' , - ,.ra.w .' for the club guarantees that. . - wits tm verr real medicine. Pop Com. -Mv win. two rears . old. has great craving for popcorn and will rawness or soreness m ue cnesi or i it doesn I seem to uo any naroi, uul ma u.y .u vu, m wtth npnnlo iih. v :r " not, the physician finds clear evl-'i am wondering if it is likely to everybody is eligible, It all de--'!t? denca, in his examisaUon ot thel tniure him in any way. Mrs. J. peads upon how saUsfactorily he or hnn:M:fnr " Tl T '"J t . . . . . . . . ; - ' . .. i.U Clin rt.., .1 KJ...,nAM a " ann H flammation of the linini of the ANSWER It may be harmless, say imperUneat) litUe blank at- f' .1?1r 'us?om.webia bronchial tubes can never.be in-'but as a rule popcorn should not tached to the membership card," ferred from cough and sore chest be given until the child has four which requires a great deal of in alone; that is. no one,, not even. a: molar teeth to mast'eate it (which formation. In addition to name, doctor himself, can surmise bron- j the average child has at the age age and addre.s the club registrar chits frem his own sensations. ! of 39- to 3 months.) i must know the name of the appli- Any guess sbaut bronchitis or "co'.i ! v A Grain. 1 I cant's home town, if he fs not a New on the chest," not corroborated by You advise giving as a preven-; Yorker; when he left it, and the ft S'ew Jersey man had the audacity to deny ha jt a nut after he had been attacked by a red QVrNl.!-"'- ..... : ..' , .Armenian mediator will pay intaes. He is one man' in ten no. bis own Morgen- ,m .1 Kli eks bearing gifts will be barred from IConstantine's palace especially- if they any simians, '-i State Leader Gone. lUlnols lost one of its most valuable citixens when Benjamin P. Harris died at his home to Champaign yesterday, i , Mr. Harris was a banker and street railway owner, and, a buy man, bat be, found time to devote himself to other interests. His 'devo tion to ths causes of intensive fanning and good roads Is well known. Be was the father of the county agent move ment, which brought agricultural advisers to tnoei jqf the counties in the state. .We have here In Aktk Island county reason to appreciate the eer) of Mr. Harris to the agricultural inter, estsj 'He fought enthusiastteally for good roads, and bits work is beginning to bear fruit The ssd feature of the passing of Mr. Harris Is hst he was still in his prime and doubtless would have accomplished much more for the : common good hsd he been permitted to have uvea out man's allotted time. Quieter Action Will Result Inaugurate the president on the second Monday in December. That, in a nutshell, is the constitutional amendment offered to congress by Represen tative Arthur of Oregon. " There's much to be said in favor of that proposal! ' i When the nation was young and scattered over a wide area of roadless, rallless, land it may have been all right to have the inaugura tion four months after the election. . These, however, are Speedier days. One Jumps across the continent in less than a week. It will not be long before new presidents air plane from the Pacific to Washington the day before inauguration day. A month Is plenty long enough vfo give a new president to pack his trunk and write his, speech. What's true of the president is true of mem bers of congress. Tbey, too, should get into action sooner after their election. The Arthur amendment Is One, as far as it goes. There should be tacked onto It, though, a provision that congress members take their seats the same day as the president is inaugurated, in early December. That'll mean quicker action. ' , to suffer, and they have brnm. ing ever since. In the middle tsx. - especially, the custom of inrtS lonely strangers to dinner and mt. ing parties sua nourishes amazing degree. i mere is a married connU a mm . - ' " " - iur.n , WUCU 11B tVLL AW W1U IUB a, . - - WW the evidence the doctor finds whea 'tion against goitre in school chil-; length of time be has been in New AKron; unl0 Ior nstance, whossnl ne listens wnn ear or siainoscone:' Aran a nnart nr nnnainr waier Vn.i, n.ii. in E!ni TisH . .mi is, therefore, usually wrong. Dab-; with three TACKLING the list of 100 words used in the county spelling contest, WlUard Baker, 77, of cling -with trea.ment purporting to dissolved lows City, spelled s correctly. According lO'be good for branchial troubU is How much In spite of my kindliest intention tieth of a scruoU But maybe you A . t oK fc hi, jt-,. the guests at the station and am many readers w'll be disappointed have no way V Iheasure scruples. acQ11ainiancts but seldom does (them to a wide porch hung via in thn talk. Thev vill riPem it mere Th... . or..!. U nno-thlrd of a . . aUC . ' out seioom ooes. Ij-nan-K- lontBrnH her th.. i " - - - : a. uvu sb Haow -M- ar t iip ejia or lilt- nianK iiiore- "v pis destructive criticism. Yet I set out dram? What? No way to measure1 "l J" " ' . usually greeted by the small dMpV. to do good, if I could.3and do no even a dram. Well, well, how sad! . 'Pf cSter' ter of household and lel harm Ttlnnrritsa mv thra. .na v. . amnnil tha lW0 reierenCBS. ClieQ CUaraCter tn Va n th (Vli T 4 - Thert .Our Little Brown Cousins. .There is no mistaking that Filipinos want thetij ' independence. What's more, our little krown cousins wsnt It right away, quick! And It ir Just possible, as they insist, that they in tha Islands, better, than we Americans over era. are the best judges of whether they are aAad for independence. ' Of dourse, no American doubts but that the Philippines will be free some day. The ques tion Ui When? Lft It not have to follow a Filipino rebellion. Both Pay. One night last week .a beautiful young woman ended her life in a fashionable Chicago neighborhood, where sh was known as the wife of thaaianager of a leading railroad. At the inquest it developed that the man who had been passing as the husband of the dece dent had, a wife and children to another city. He attended the inquest accompanied by his wife and lawyer. He admitted that he had long been the friend of the unfortunate young woman, but only her friend. She had been lib erally supplied with money and the things that money would buy. but ""s x The coroner's Jury decided that the young woman suicided while despondent over busi ness matters. It would have served no good purpose to have written the truth to the verdict A few dsys later the resignation of the manager ef the railroad who had been main taining two domiciles was announced. It was stated also that ha was leaving his home city with his wife and children and that they would to future reside in California. The railroad manager hid aot stolen from the corporation he headed. He was aa efficient official, and he had not sinned any more grierionsly than other met) in high places have but he got caught Women who transgress usually psy, and, while, on the surface, it doesnt seem that Way, the men inevitably settle also. ' harm. On my spirit table and said, "Son," difficulty. Let your druggist maa? said he, "son let's explain to 'em ure the dram of sodium iodide and again about concoctions in the weigh out 20 three-grain powders chest It is com us on the ssason j separately for you; or. he can weigh when humors are wont to pene-iten three-grain powders from half t rate. the chest" "Father, what's, a dram. Or he may even be able the use?" said I. "Year after year I've told 'em, but they do love con coctions and you Just can't pano trate their chests with humor, seem's 's though." "No, no. my son. you do not understand." the Father of Medicine replied. "I meant evil humors concocted in the chest I think my children now call it inflammat-'on," to supply sodium iodide in tablets containing three grains. - The Douer of Blood. ' What effect has transfusion of ;:f-;" -i7::T: r-;,;:; stairs to take off their thin. the names.of business men, physi-1 ?he whole atmosphere is deli, cians or other professional men,). he whole atmosphere ideligt. school or collegers or clergy s noou JS men would be preferred. Tiie blanks ,,;,1S , L i6 are examined "and filed in the du. nXpers RZ headquarters, and the references in- Md coaU on ne7DedPan(, .J veitigateo. V ' complains when some bashful yank sno oecuu i rroceuure. (scratches her favorite victrola ne- nwu., uutu uu uiraiuuran- orii Tne oniy attempt to kS blood on the one who gives the ties in this respect, any member is ! track of people at all is by tanas blood? I am a big., healthy girl and 'eligible to meet any o.her member. : eacn witn a card bearing his bum, I intend to give some blood' tor seriousdly ill frisnd. (L. M. V.) ANSWER No lasting effect Sometimes temporary. faintness. Argus Information Bure Your membershiD is your iatroduc- n timinarA thA hm.!... tion is the club slogan. If an RA. extensive introductions. i I "B'EIE DJaJIOr SMOEf A Sovel Hestess. Sometimes plays are read tr guests who happen to be low tionists. Sometimes the evnhf turns into a musical one, will piano and violin solos, snd stMhv times 'it is purely frivolous win sofa pillow fights, impromptu h, personations and much dandif It a pianola and victrola. Mrs! Bav sell L. Brooker, who is the ken ine of this unique entertainment for the lonely, never tries .to dom inate the party herself, but allow the young people to choos their own diversions. Much of the tmt, indeed, .she is in the kitchen paring lunch, which is one ef lu crowning features of the evenisr. "Some folks think Mr. Brook and myself are crazy," she declare! in telling a newspaper man abW her at-homes. "But we are set We , are simply trying to live oar f&ith in life and neoole by feelpill these- young folks to have a ped.V time. Some oeoDle think that ve 1 have a low class of people conim in nnr nartipa. hilt as a matter ! 11 1 fact most of them are collsge P1' uates. Others are business peop and students. But they are 111 1 1 Anln Kva Sll Oil SHF- Survey states that no exact stand- and maintenance for the fiscal j initiation fee is a dollar and ytZ.eioXttmvi. ards of hardness have yet pen year 1921 is $250,000. . - inces are a dollar a week, it paid Snn't We nevei even tktt formulated and consequently 1 it . Q H1 Anr thm rrfi:or monthly although tickets fori. - rf -f it , rnD00M r i ",u" . "c "'d09S cost little, but that aoeinv M. D. K. if, , .B , L , I compare to the satis!ac:lon wept (Aar nilir aa get tht aatwtr ta av ntfoa hr mitlac Th Artat lafetu tlna Sareaa. rreJwH t. BJaakla. Mraetar. WaAiaftaa. D. C. Give foil nam aaa eariai aaa eaclaaa aul alaa far ratara paMasc. Ba brirf . AU laaairln art tiaSSnHal. tha nrplica betas ant Siraet ta ach ia4iTiSuaL a aMcattaa will fea taU a aaaaraMi IcMan.) 0 How does the coast line ot goes with the skim milk, another tha Phillnnina Islands combare in nftrt with, tha 'ttnttarinilir length with that of the United a minute quaniity finds its way into ia explaining the idea. states! u. i. u. ue outtsr. .'-- A. This archipelago consists of j Q. Why don't we vote direcMy 3,141 islands,. 1,473 of which are for the president of the United not listed by name. Almost 3,000 States? D. G. B. of them contain less than one ; a. The Constitution of the United square mile of land each. The ' States expressly . provides tha coast line is so intricate that wrta: method in use. nXti.'islnnim1''' Q' How W 'attonal cemeter United States this group of totomto lei are tner d n fch ffl has more than double the coast d0M ,t the country to keep line. ; lthsm nn? S C M Q. What are, toe hardest sub-1 ' A. The War DepartmenT' says thody Is putting up the money - that thsre are 83 Mirk rretort the club is entirely sen-supporting im.. : . , . o has hoaTl fmm ita atat: Tha D. youth sees an unknown R. A. D. flapper with- whom he would like to dance, he does not wait to be in troduced, but goes and asks her: Usually, . he says something like this: "How do you do? My name is Smith. You look as if you danced awfully welt Will yon-let me have one?" To which the R. A. D. flapper re plies in this vein: "So glad to meef you. Mr. Smith. My namex is Jones, Yes, I can let you have the ninth." "The R. A. D. club wishes to-em-phasize that there is no 'Jinx' in its plan," said the.secretary of the -club Members are not expect 3d to contribute time or money to any uplift or welfare schemes, and they will not be made the subjects of any uplift or welfare work themselves. It is a dancing club, and the members join to dance with each other, and not. to read Browning, listen to lectures on Yog ilism cr the Fall of the Roman Em pire, or join in fiery debates on the ocial significance of modern art lart of drinkinr water iYork; whether he is single, married St'L g?4t ?H s grains Of sodium iodide or widowed; his occupation, preV Pbcay because they have uiasn; in it. daily for ten days, ent-employer and employers within f a Dubllc t-home Wednert, a. - u..!Jaa A r SnTPnfrttF Sfimot lTVn Shjka i n r nn vim runniuer a si.. Aa.j u vf-uiua. uuiuvmuid uici enianu our revered parent sheet, "Of the two words be. well, with most couehicures it is a! train? I tm no var to measure . nn., h. aa many as 4a persons, nosh missed ho has his doubts that tfcey are incor- great life if you do not weaken. ' it (C- V. M.) - 1 attended in tact all tue de ails 8transers to them. In their sUn rect because he has no dictionary to refer to. Often yon don't j ANSWER A grain is one-twen-': hl h anv American mother would tive suburfcai nnie. Autos nr X MwJ W WIllBllllW KIM H.IWIII.II. ..V HUI i . tad the final L in each word." If the printed list follows "copy," we sug gest Mr. Baker be given a grade of 100 per cent or at least 99 (or however they mark 'em). For we won't argue about "tonsillitis," although friend Noah declares "tonsflltis" is nermissibis. But as far as our limited knowl edge goes there is only one way to spell "bat talion.". " . -..! The Tender Hearten Mlsogyalgl. . (From the Washington, D. C. Times). As much as I hate the women, though, this girl's article appeals to me and makes me want to stop her from ' doing what she says she is going to do. Marriage always will be a failure; it never ' was a success, and no " one can ever prove that it is a success. I never did believe in helping women in such a respect thst once you do it always you do it I do not mean to say that t am not respectful toward them. That would not be right, but what I . WANT a small furnished room by a quiet, steady, respectable man; 910 a month; perma nent roomer. Address "425," care of Democrat Johnstown, Pa., Democrat Who wants this room? Advise quick. - THE Elgin Dally News is a progressive nawsnaoer. Even its obituary column is a chat ty snt readable feature, as shown in the ap pended clipping submitted by O. R. C. ' OBITTABY Charles M. Banner's Underwear Ifow Here Everybody knows Danner has the big bargains in underwear; he "always" has; that's Why so many buy their un derwear from him. Now ia the time to buy and Danner's is the very "pest" place. GET TOUR POPCORN at 708 N. Cedar Street $ cents a pound; 15 shocks corn fodder at your own price. Galesburg Republican Register. . . , What con Id be more reasonable than these prices? ; . ' Gash; BO Women Roally Say That! (Aledo Page, The Argus). Mr. Gardner ia said to have first showed Mrs. Mullen marked attention to 1918, and on April 21, 1918,' be asked her to marry him. "His exact words," testl " Bed Mrs. Mullen yesterday on the witness stand, were: 'Martha, will you be my wifer I said. 'Oh, this is so sadden.' and than he told me bow much be cared for me. and I told him I loved him. He said if he couldn't have me he . didn't want r any woman." v A DOLLAR is worth a little above 7 peso ia Chile. Do you know what a dollar is worth here? It isn't worth' two whoops but yon kaow what we mean. R. Fj. M'G. . stances known to man? D. U. A. The United States Geological The appropriation for their care mineral substances, diamonds, corundum, and topaz are some of the hardest Q. What was the occupation of John Howard Payne who wrote "Home. Sweet Home"? When was the song written? T. A. F. A. John Howard Payne was an tickets are issued only to prospec- nnt nf It " Iff Detroit, another married con Die. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doersie, THE CRITIC, i By Mr. Margaret Moulton, 23 Cap- itol! Street, Augusta, Maine. (Copyright. 1920. by Wheeler . jij Syndicate, Inc.) . "I had ar letter from Eleanor lerritk the first in ages," Margery Thayer told her husband at dinner. 'Lot tot read you bits of it? 'Ar rived la New York last Tuesday and she leaned back to the chair andi ing, and then to Dr. William Hen 1- L...(kl. ., Awnitlv what".. . " av- , K It ' "L v""- "lm7::'"l nI.t "aJ;,the Bras lM Republic differ from A Tha Cnnxtitntinn nf Pi-a-ril was modeled after that-of the tve memoers. mere are dancing TTnttMi staUa hut differ- mm it instructors on the floors for whose to the complete autonomy whica : "erTicM n ex-r charge is made. "I are conducting the same kind d it leaTea tn tha indiv'Hnai atataa ' "Our present membership consists 1 Qi Can light and heat be trans-1 if8!;?1 n mn nd 8irl8:i night in their church, during waW . . . r, n i , i . ,mrnailAil.l Wlnae. anil . i ..J.I Im fl. I muted through a vacuum? N O times nymns are aira - ft-v -. , ". student class. There are doctors. -,., vrb mertinr ii-. actor, manager and playwright h b transmitted teachers, arUs'ts, writers, men who vote(1 merely to a popular propaB S0"1!?!? HTL??? through a vacuum, and that it isiJ hanks-a bank president orcomprig.;ng recitations. atonevJat r . . : . in mis way mat neat enerev i ,a snon iam uu Bumc Which, was prooucea in bh. io , .,.!.. .u , ,v " le. snnerentlv in their late 20 s. ' I ..,,ont Then there is an Hour , . . . , t d ).c.ca mc miiu iiuui wo euu. ; . - r . . ... ouujv - . , ,. , mnaic waa auui.ni ui nouii i whn airivt ahnnt tne rum s or-1 ..1.1.1, vidiA.o am inrroaucra , Bishop, from an old melody that! ! ..Ilgin. the secretary explained the other, while somebody 3 Payne had heard in Italy. . "S" J " U ba4 occurred to aWew officials d0wn at the p'ano and plays publishers of this song made Quite ..yamr round. K D ( j tahew york eommmity MrTice ?,nCe a week Downie clubheldi a sum of Jfrom 'u ,,?t'e.- bat I southwestern coast of Oland T Particularly violent attack a weekly card party and da. its authors profited very slightly. . f0utWBlo fftrtatst north 019 prominent clergyman on! Thus, the ge:-acquainted el a What is the salary of a rural "t, I city's dance halls. K are rapidly growing In numWJ rmrn sl-:arv inannrtor? W. L. F. ?" wnltn popie resme aur- j s tT.ii. IA ,i.ti, until t is poeiiW . a.' The Post Offics Department , u ian,tVu. tne BIbla ! declared a woman official connected !io conceive of an era, not so vot j says that there areno specUl.R. ZtltZlreLt nim! : with th. service, adding au authori-! far off. in which the tasall i a.' t i n answirtru s nsrai is re nniv closed her eyes. Two men nearby were having an animated discussion and bite of their conversation came to her ears. t "As I was eaylnn. Roger, the I'll m tnn niiW " h. ' rsnaral noatofllce insBSCtor Whose daraon. aliaa "Mr Critic I 1 mv ,wa , , 1. :. . . I...a .11 h,.iii.SM 1 . - y - ,". m uukui neea me, and 1 . uulj ii, ia iu ii.o.v , , . jcic&uur aaa nargery sat in ue b uiv uia nerves are in cood OI "iw. i ..a. .... - . . . .. . . .i. . M 1 , t. 4M .. 9 ?AA . ua. Van "V"0UMOa"rw,0i'"r"m,E' lfltr,:w",'.: Pleted by the American Bible w-mv m. vi uvius, SMJU EXLUaUEBU I DOS riTS Tl r n A niAifa kaJ A a. . --mm. m ' m ' ... . -i t .tawm . ill Yta On B natlll UU- ber Of people will be able to read tattve voice loineuiscuseion. -wny uuruon ... - " - it? 'M. N. M. f shouldn't there be dance balls? I ' and everybody will fe el at ii ithow from experience in my social to taiK to eterjuuu, v.-v. whispered confidences. Please. The Mandarin version of the Chinese bible, which has been com- nostnonail nntll lttti. ih.. Marca darlina-' ukr ' ODt of danaer anil miilui modem girl doesnt appeal to me. Eleanor, "don't mention a word t7081 th two men starred off "'"t! "! " . 2 i 22: cl" . out sat hist leveling tn naUneea, mani- w,nU tilM ln : ,0ne . .e know " ay I'm a lad? i ,al?, 7, te" rores modistes and milliners; sort w,fev Q,T, me fc COmmon-aenae girl of leisure from New Yik? 1,arthat Miss Herrick was trained far sa wtaten at m rroo . ins tiiMtiMntin 1 w at as swts wmsiviiw ixls:ence, of the past few years. I- 4k. o.fl Sartrlra In order . Wi ia ooua B.auauio it. I. ir .r.-jv,!. : . more than 400,000000 people. This. after I get establislnd to the ways f citdlisatlon again, please may I tome uj and 'see yon. Marge dear, ind mart Dr. Richard Thaerr You tnow. Dlck, Eleanor was just heart arokea; because she coujdnt come to our wedding last year.'' It will to all .right to ask her np. wont it? I'd Just love to see her again." ; "It'4 'a coincidence, but I got a dmilar Vequest from Bill Henderson. 4oday.i 'Bill's nerves have gone back to be elicible. Q. I do not live in a city. Where may I order the canned meats that are being offered for sale by the gov ernment? A. E. F. - , A.- You should write for circu lar or. send order to the nearest !riI?Mlld.pr.0fMi?l,0th!!;i Efeanor's eyes twinklsd mis- AVI if aihan WStnta If nrtt vitss nf . aaaaay- on stilt-like heels. The resonant masculine twice stopped. The other man chaekled. "But you must 'have met plenty ot 'common-sense' ones in your work, old man! Th first man's reply was indis tinct i nurse?" asksd Bill seriously j depot quartermaster. The various "Wasn't sh wonderful that -night ' ones are in New York City, 461 you operated on the litti. f.iin l ritrhth avenne: Boston. Armv Sud- "All right my bashful young Suppose she took up nursing as ap!J Base; Chicago, 1819 West Thir- ty-ninta siren; san auioqio, in.; Atlanta, Ga., Trans Bldg.; San . a. i r rajiciaiT. uuu. I saw yon off. Remember?' j Eleanor They chatted gaily of old times I -Hasa't anyone told your Dirk for the remainder of the ride. j Jd in surprise. "But shehas been "vaaav w avnw sa aaatMaani . reiirBDL DnllT It ova u h wants It aot on ofVhlwroii.lv tka.. SI. ikai. k.l m A VillWTWUOIJ wwjw Biras wnu (.uBir uwr uuppw j JJJ on atiit.Hka haoi. - , friend. 1 11 promise ... Thato faa sometime. .k ll?1 ,0oktof eoUmei Margary had not pledged bar v"- jin v uau ousoaaa i to . secrecv Q. Define and describe an al ligator pear, which you mentioned soma time ago. C. 8. ' A. The all'gator pear was orig- wlth Margery; during tha last fort- it! Elaanor n.i.i, I inally brought" from Tuba, and night of her stay, the two men tion from the Frenrh new largely cultivatsd in many to go on their trio to tha tor hravarv t.na i....-" of the southern states. It is net . ... . Vlmnnnr amlta Ia Ii i 1 f mmA mm. m him from too manv onentinna at ! mna!nnalv M.k.ii ... t. amuuh Md. u . . j . . . . . . . - .. : r - i tt.. n .h. w- u . . - ,-v., v.avatia ap mill wiia a narn - . s aospiuu.-ana n wants to come, tne "oops" or reddish gOId hair that t. J"""1 wenl o. sioerta with the Red . ;.,fc"i. -in toor. IP here for a quiet rest and a few ! quite covered ber small oars. That l? JS M'ry. ffleanor and Dr. Cross, and from there to th. nrai I'Jimh 'iSi C,? J .Q- 30m. nospuai in Janan. Onit an ... !T'- r. Tr" Tr:rr".,.TT ; F3riy- 1s a greater - number than th reached by any other translation. The work has occupied 25 years in time, and has cost several hundred thousand dollars. Q. What kind of climate has Hawaii? A. Ar C. . A. The climate of Hawaii is on! ot the' most equable known. Fur the last two years, the lowest tem perature was 62 degrees and tae highest 88 degress. Q. How can one secure a do mesttio servant-from the numer ous ones who arrive In. America from the old country? J. L. - A. The Immigration Service maintains an employment agancy. If a person desires a domestic, an application should be filed with the Household .'Hints r.; MENU HIST. Breakfast. Cereal Sliced Bananas Coddled Eggs Toast Coffee I.nnrheon. v Celery and Tomato Soup Bread Sticks Baked Pears Oatmeal Cookies Tea Dinner. -. Broiled Tsipe Mashed Potatoes Creamed Cabbage Rice, Bavarian Cream with Prunes Coffee . ' SIBMITTED RECIPES. boil down the stock to two epM: Season with salt and pepper, milK, parsiey uu .hicv make cream. , . Cut rabbit meat from bM'J! large pieces and put in a,1"? dish. Pour in the thickened psn end covewith a rich b'scult4: Bake in a hot oven until the icre is brown. Garnish with slices hard boiled eggs and sprige parsley. -To use left over rabbit me oucta may be maae ! uninitiated cannot be l chicken croquets. told from lavs tn the wooda if I ran art nit tii i flntlan tt. hip at as 1 a'aMilmi ala & - Henderson were m the living tn i ; ro with him. There's your chance. 1 down at her amartiv ahmi fat f largert.to provide Bill with a wife. black slippers with-very high heels, j l doctor and a nursesure to tie j "Oh. wel. I suppose I'm not a Thayer came in hur- amraatal'" ' Mrs. Thayer's match-making pro livlties were a subject of much sasing and Joking among her intl aatafrtonda x. '111 do M," laughed Margery. TU WIU Eleanbr tonight and ou BviteBlll." - . waafi from that day! Eleanor -trUX boarded tha train in Now rk f her way to visit Margery, a d herself eoeafortahlv ta rr '.wi spent when Dr. rtedly. "Ltttla Johnny Crane's been ran over by an aato," ha said, tersely. TH have to go Over at once and operate. Cant - gat a Bursa ta Miss Herrick. I wonder -"- - and M-natatf<MtM U Cat ft eUd tUa,U" J common-seasa persos. Mr. CriUa.' she thought . ; - - Later, with true feminine enriea- ity. Eleanor turned her chair Just -ltam llttla an aha MinM aa. ta. ' w ' vww.w . -. VMW WM. The critical one wes a tall, athletic looking man, well drsoeetl with dark hair and tired Uaaa about his brown eyes, neanar forgot all about him tit er that But when aha got off at Stanton, snd tha and Marverv he esNiiM arter a vary af. haelad enrflaraa . r?t arx nzn sssu-iaa tan ear. UITr QUnni ill . ,, . . . . -rnxmm mmmmmtt i BiHWluvu. wv. . w Vm I.Q IUUt.- Snn rtM th. ii.9.iU ' Rahhlt la ProAla Wash rabhit ' Snnp nahhit (Hassenpieorr" Japan. Quiu an araa. i. T !f " 7 Jr..r"-rB! !.T "Fty-four forty or fight" come In-j thoroughly to saH water and dry. wash rabbit well, cut ww a young womn. She's Zl . . ;i- !to popularity? N. B. v Dip liUour aad fry golden brown and let euad overnight ".- it- k "w r- w a UT Tr v.rnii v rnpiv Aa Tiewtst" , fan Ativan aii in anriT nsr irvin ir nin wstar s-Mir inrn cruuav ' . amas tuuv rnrnsi ua. a u . . n at -- i J a -j w "w 'j w - - a w waa-wa. a- gery tens me her apparent frtvoiitv . Z .1 . . 'ws the liemocratic campaign cry is Just a feminine substitute fS?.! 9- ?,c? h" tt .mo. to 1844. It waa based on a claim hospital rlenca for as a competent aa they com. put three slices - Bat Eleanor was already at the door. , "TO a ready aa aeon as yan have tha ear ant" aba said. . r a downsUlrs . with wMto apron showing beneath her loffg eoat and the had ant an law 1 -HAA Than 9. UU rabbit and some more whole and bay leaves. Cover with rao" weak vinegar. Let stand two i To prepare for meal, rjsw" from crock, put into cooking w. nuci iijius i.u waier. rui - i. of bacon, on,e first a layer ot rabbit then ta lost a feminine substitute for aa.1 7" 'V 7 .", TlZ 01 11 was based on a claim green pepper cut small and iry kle w.th whole mixea sp. . lag into me wooas, S 80ft Of nana, i ' . 7 .7, ' - --iw mu.uui j a lob raciuc A-oasi orowa; . rum oter wiiuat tin u. cea for bard work. But Bill wTai". ....AB,l,rli,.coT run , eatending north to 54-40. i tomato soup. Cook five minutes, the matter?" l r, '5TM K " ?ritl,5 0- How many pennies are being Then take rabbit that has been Henderson had lumned t hia TherJMJ r?.-i0u . vamA' ' coined at present? M. O. N. . -i browned, toy In the sauce, aeaaon feet aad ws pacinr. ua T sa wMJbt .00 to thej a. The addition ot a tax to many to taste, cover aad cook s.owly one ."Would you csre if 1. purcnaaa mmA Ti. . . -"".-( W. MOW M1141. "IM lib. . .... . M.MV. .U 11. F III in m,. - . aha leaves Stan'on." , . , . ! . . . lK Jhno SOth, more than 61t0jl,- cup ehopped bacon. One Ublespoon Wek smiled toto the fire. ; thl arVni?ntM flanT ltVaTnU ' "jL?'" Jerem,?t,a- I Pleiy. one cup rirfi mhk, hour. -Xot a bit old man' i.w ' itM "i1 tB. v1 I L How long have Quakers wore 1 biscuit dough. C ?" be Mtwta4 4k . i- i.:tz . . --- - r- ; un . w .. a. seas raoBit m saites water tor -m aria, ii amitaii miiuru - - j. ni.M. , n.u.. t... L n .- , ... . - . 1 mm ..... UBb Ml 11. nna Mir. UFU. . 1U 1M IMIII I . too broad brim - and - low crown Co-er with boiling wtter, add onioa dates from tha origin of the sect In and aimmer until the meat 1 ten th sslddla f Ua 17th enajtar. ' nr. ttatnafa iwAatt boasiMok aad you care if w. ah . ' purcnaaa prwes nas mace neces- nour aad a nan. ' . " " we anon-, Q Haw manv naWanaiMtra .r. i- .j , . , . , .. . - inn, Diek ha 1 r . ; ' , .. r . " wiiuaja 01 pen- i xuddh ne une rauon taouui a spices anu an; uu a i like tn r.t ZzE !"?ted mrjr dy ln P1' """WV". Durtof the fiscal year end- pounds), one onion sliced, one-half water to cover rabbit Cook as to get tat i4iwtwalvr-. Tar ha-tortad with a grin, fidlff; - 'i i towardly ha was sarin g: , o U T mi 51 Mr 'tar? aiuav nf .mllk found to but- R. G. aaatr part of th eagar strain the juice spices out. ' . - Put the Juice ana rabbit -toto the kettle. Then hrowaavwi to a sauce pan and Just Z serving tabbit make a nice, tt gravy ef the browned flour.