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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROOK, ARIZONA. MARCH 18, 1921.
MM Trapshooters Compete in Match at Pinehurst DARLING BABY BRIGHTENS HOME Children's Laughter a Pleasing Sound . 0 A A: Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for 21 years, and proved safe by millions. Say "Bayer"J is' 4 , 's l, , a rtl ' if -'d .Ví a-" I í3f S í SAFETY FIRST! Accept only an "unbroken package" of genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper direc tions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheu matism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and pain generally. Strictly American! Handy tin boxea of 12 tablets coat bat a few cents Larger packages. Aaalrta la the trad mark ef Barar Muufaatur el MonoaceUcaeldMtar of Sallejrllcaxi Precious Materials. "The fact that a gown Is not large does not. prevent It from being expen sive." "I should net be surprised," rejoined Miss Cayenne, "if we planned our method of buying fabrics and used weights instead of measures. Some of the weaves are so precious that ,they might as well be, sold by the karat." 2 Will Rheumatism Again Bind' You Hand and Foot? If yon had Rheumatism last year and treated only the pains of the disease by rubbing1 with liniments and lotions, you can be sure that soon again you will be in the shack les of this relentless foe. You may i ret some slight temporary relief from the pains of the disease by the use of these local remedies, but Rheumatism is too real and relent less a disease to be rubbed away. So many cases of Rheumatism orne from a tiny germ ia toe :7",- íiy tm wmttmMm mm mmmlm ..Mllfln Cmeua AnnarAtt Zrh' Mm m,. V.-.. '' raising Horses, Cattla, Sheep loua grasses, gooa water, enormous loaaer crops mese speu success to ma farmer and stock raiser. And remember, you can bay oa assy terms Farm Land at "if land eoual to that which throagh many years has yielded frota SO to 4S btrshel Jf of wheat ta the aero grazing land convenient to good y crain farms at proportionately low prices. These lands nave a?Sfrí5fí??;i?w phones, etc, close to live towns and cood J If yon want to get back to the farm, or to farm on a lanrer cale than ia possible under your present conditions, inveeti ' gsta what Wastara Canada baa ta offer yau. Iiw IIWMterl titaratM wtta. na rtihry ntw, loemCtoa mi kmoA, tc M?pf ta t9Wtams mil vmwt, wuNa,r i w. V- EENETT. Room 4, Bee Bniluiaf, Canadian QoTrament Arent. WOULD GET RID OF "JUNK" i Writer Protesta Against Custom, All Too Common, of Keeping Useless Old Household Good?. Articles which owe their value to their utility may become unservice able, but the owners, instead of get ting rid of them, find some niche in the home In which to store them, or, worse still, keep the old goods in a place of honor with modern-furnishings and make their homes ugly as well as comfortless., Where "families have lived In one house for years, miscellaneous articles of useless furniture will be found lum bering up the place. . If the more sen sible and practical members of the family ask for their disposal, and comment on their uselessness they get a lecture entitled sentimental value. The amazing part of the sentiment al value plea is the little regard the.se misers of rubbish place on the tastes and desires of other members of the family. The worshipers of household goods are likely to become exacting, and unhappily these failings increase as they grow older. San Francisco Chronicle. Just Like Home. The woman district attorney was on ber first case. For half a minute 6he thundered oratory, piling question after question upon the quaking defendant, without giving him a chance, for a re ply. Then after her fifteenth : "Now, didn't yon?" she paused for breath. In the ensuing silence those ia the courtroom heard the judge murmur dreamily : "Yes, 'my dear, you're perfectly right, perfectly right," American Le gion Weekly. - lungsters grow husky on GrapesMULts cñie great fcc-buiUing raines ' which Nature stores in wheat and barley, are retained in this easily digestible Food. The unique, sweet Aavor of Grape Nuts makes it a. "big favorite with both children and adults. m-t T ineres a jueason SOLD BY GROCERS - - - - - - Sympathy's Cheaper. "It's all right to sympathize with the under dog in a fight," remarked "the Observer of Events and .Things, "but a fellow would be a fool to bet on him." Frequent Result. "What was the outcome of your quarrel with the boss?" "A stoDDlntr of my Income." ! blood, that you should try a rem edy that has proven so thoroughly satisfactory in these cases. SJS.S., the fine old blood remedy cleanses the blood of all impurities, and re moves all disease germs that may creep into the blood. Begin taking S.S.S. today, and if you will write a complete history of your case, our medical director will give you ex pert advice, without charge. Ad dress Chief Medical Adviser, 187 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. Cicca Raising h.rlM anif flav ftimM hi., nAm . and Hocsl Bright, sunny climate, nutnt- 15 to 30 An Aero markets. OMAHA, HER, WISHED THE LADY HAD ACTED Probably Youngster's Comment Found Echo in the Minds of Others In the Audience. A politician was making a speech at one of the town's school houses. Naturally, he was telling of all the accomplishments of his administration. And always, after he bad told one he turned toward his wife, who was In the audience, and 6ald: "My wife will bear me ont In what I have just told." Over and over he repeated his rather long-drawn-out boasts, despite his yawning audience, always bringing the lady In at the finish. But at last he stopped. Then an irrepressible high-school youngster turned to his companion and said in a tone loud enough to be heard by those, in his vicinity. Tm so tired that I wish his wife bad borne him out the first time he suggested It." Willing to Make Sacrifice. "Well, daughter, Kobert has asked your hand In marriage." 'But, papa, I don t want to leave mother." . H)h, don't worry about that. Take her along with you." Boston Tran script. ' Their High Ideals. Don't Jeer at the imaginings of young people. When they dream of what they would like to be and do. they bav a vision of what they may be and do. - Pluck usually wins. A man's sac- cess often depends upon his ability to pluck others. EVERYWHERE fji láTllSttl' J A view of the mid-winter handicap shoot on the famous traps ul flnetiurst, N. C Marksmen from many east ern and southern cities competed. Air Liners to Link World Plan to Fly Giant Dirigibles From London to America, Aus tralia and Africa. SPEED 60 MILES AN HOUR Craft, With 100 Passengers Aboard, Expected to Fly From England to California in Four Days Commercial Airship Is Al ready a Success. London. 1'lans are now under dis cussion here for Unking up ail parts of the world by passenger air routes, on which giant dirigibles, flying two miles above the surface at 60 miles an hour,- will join London with North America, Australia, India and South Africa. If these plans are carried out air liners 800 feet long, equipped with berths, dining rooms, smoking rooms, libraries and observation plat forms, will speed from England to San Francisco in four days, stopping to discharge passengers and mails at New York and Chicago. Each ship will carry 100 passengers, and the fare will be only 50 per cent more than present steamship rates. Ships capa ble of this service are now in com- miKsion, and a trial passenger flight will be made to Egypt by a British government airship to determine the feasibility of opening such passenger routes. "The commercial airship already has proved its success," said Sir Tre vor Dawson . of . Vickers, Limited, when asked whether he thought the plun practicable. Vickers, Limited, Is now building airships for the Brit ish government, and Sir Trevor Is an expert on the lighter-than-air craft. "Day of Passenger Liner Here." "The success of the, K-34 showed the possibilities of a transatlantic service," he continued. "It Is now only a question of building more and larger ships ami equipping Sui table landing fields, sheds and mooring stations on both sides of the Atlantic. The air ships are speedy, safe and reliable. They can carry large cargoes, have a wide cruising range, and can ride out almost any weather. The day of the passenger air liner Is here, and If the task of organizing air routes is undertaken by big finan cial interests it should be possible to begin a regular passenger service over Europe within six months with the ships and bases already In existence. The Auiericau service would require Fomewliat larger ships and landing stations in North America. But It could be hi operation in less than three years. We need such a service. and I believe that It will come." The 11-34 is the type of craft sug gested for the proposed service, but the contemplated ships, although built on the It-34 lines, would be much larger and have a far greater cruising radius. It is said thnt a rigid airship could be built that would be 1.100 feet long, carrying 136 tons of freight or passengers, ami having a maximum range of 13.250 miles, cruising radius. Maitiand Supports Project. Brig. Gen. E. M. Maitlund. v !,o commanded the K-34 In the transat lantic flight. Is a believer Hi the plan for work atr routes. "Even the existing airship of today can be regarded as a reasonably safe public conveyance," he says. "They already have proved theuiselves capa ble of flying through practically any type of weather, and the larger air ships of the future, fitted with more powerful machinery, necessarily will be even safer. Fogs do not prove a real menace to airships, as with the present methods of navigation It Is not necessary to see the ground in flying between bases. It Is true that at present the most violent forms of elec tric storms are an undoubted danger to all forms of aircraft, but at the most this danger appears to be less than the danger of rocky coaFtr and shallows to the seagoing ship. "Airships, of this type of the R-38. which is now being built at Bedford, or the German L-71, would be capable of flying from England to Egypt, a distance of 200 miles, without a stop in two 'and one-half days. These ships would carry about 80 passen gers, with 100 pounds 'of baggage for BLOOD PROOF OF PARENTAGE Test Ordered by San Francisco Judge for First Time in History of American Courts. Sen Francisco. For the first time In American courts parentage has ieen determined by a blood test. On the strength of a formal re port made by Dr. Albert Abrams. rho. by blood tests. found that Vir ginia Viftorl was the daughter of nJ Vittori, Judge Thomas F. Gra each passenger, and about two tons of mall and merchandise. To put it another way, 15 tons would' be avail able for passengers, mails . or mer chandise. . "Comfort In aerlnl travel Is essen tial If It Is to have any extended fu ture. The advantage of speed Is thrown away If the passenger Is physically or nervously exhausted on landing. But ample accommodations can be provided for day and night travel." Sleepers Are Provided. A proposed car has been designed by Beardmore. at Dalmuir, in which spe cial attention has Leen given to the importance of giving each passenger a good view. The windows are so ar ranged that passengers can see both outward and vertically downward should they wish to do so. The passen gers sit facing each other with a table between them, rather like a large Pull man car. If they wish, they can ar range the chairs and tables for bridge. "Sleepers are provided in the shape of bunks which fold down and allow the passengers to sleep atbwartship. " "The whole of the car will be heated by steam generated from the engines, and air will be admitted at the forward end of the car, where it will be warmed over radiators. "One is struck Dy the absence of noise or vibration in a large airship, and the absence of smoke or dirt Is a great asset. The complete absence of seasickness is also an important con sideration." Craft of the type described by Brig adier General Maitiand already have been, used in Germany on short pas senger routes. The German Air Travel company, formed In 1910 and financed and managed by the Hamburg-Amerika Steamship line, ran regular passenger excursions and town to town services from 1910 to 1914. During this period these airships made 800 flights, carry ing 18,000 passengers without a single mishap involving personal injury. One of the airships, the' YMttorla Louise, made 200 trips in 250 consecutive days. The company was able ' to make a profit, although the passenger rates were reasonable. Since the armistice, despite the unsettled conditions in Germany, airships have been built for a special mail and passenger service between Berlin, Munich and Switzer land. The first of these ships, the Bo densee, ran regularly from June to October last year, carrying 30 passen gers a trip. It is said that the Zep pelin company Is now negotiating with American interests for the organiza tion .of an air service from Spain to the United States and South Amer leu. and is designing giant ships with a speed of 80 miles an hour foi this run. The ships will carry 100 passengers and their baggage, as well as six or seven 'tons of mall. Valuable War Reserve Force. The knowledge of handling the lighter-than-air craft greatly increased during the war. The ships were used under all weather and atmospheric conditions and 'did valuable service as escort and convoy craft and ul i. combat against submarines. Small rlgids were used to locate anil pursue the submarines and were able to' detect a U-boat far below the sur face. The new ships, in addition to their duties as passenger vessels, can easily be converted to purposes of war and will thus form a valuable air re serve force. One of the developments recently made in airship landing stations is the mooring mast. .which enables the air ship to come to the ground and be moored even during had weather. The nmsi is a tall structure, with a swivel mooring device at the top, from which the airship swings. Flans are now being prepared for a mooring tower especially arranged for use with passenger-carrying airships. The revolving head of the mast will be provided with a powerful winch for hauling in and a shock absorbing buffer will enable the ship to be coupled up without difficulty even In winds up to 80 miles an hour. Within the mast there will be a passenger elevator by which the passengers will ascend to an upper platform, where they will cross a gangway and enter the ship. Pipe lines to carry hydrogen, gaso line and water to the ship also will be run up the mast, and tho vessel can thus refuel at her moorings. ham ordered Vittorl to show cause why he should not be punished for contempt of court for failure to pay alimony for the support of the child. Mrs. Vittorl Is suing for a divorce. Vlttorf declared that the child was not his, and the court ordered a blood test by Doctor Abrams. Doctor Abrams in his report said : "The examination proved conclu sively that the blood of the daugh ter corresponded racially t that of the father and mother, viz.. Italian on the father's side and Spanish and Inventions Increase Safety, Many war discoveries aid in increas ing the safety of airship travel. The" wireless direction finder makes it pos sible for the ship to find her location at all times and so navigate success fully In fogs. The increasing range and sources of information- of the meteorological service aids in giving weather forecasts that will warn air craft of approaching storms, which tan be avoided by a change of course. Laboratory investigations are now being made of the nature of the parti cles of moisture that forms fogs, and it is hoped that some way will be found of dispersing fog, so that a local clear area may be maintained about the landing places. All landing places are marked with brilliant electric bea cons and lighthouses are being erected to guide night flying ships along aerial routes. Airships are even now a safe form of travel. When rain., high winds or electric storms approach they can seek the higher air levels and so avoid dan ger. The risks from fire have been reduced to a minimum, and the dan ger of engine trouble, ever present in the airplane, is nullified by the fact that repairs always can be made with out descending. 'Rigid airships never have less than four engines, and It Is improbable that all engines will break down at one time. Even if half the engines broke down the ship could travel at four-fifths of her normal speed. Public Demands Speed. . The airship has the advantage over both the airplane and the steamship as a passenger craft. The airplane can only travel 300 miles without stopping at a base for fuel and is thus Imprac ticable for long distance routes. It Is, furthermore, of limited carrying ca pacity, and the disagreeable features of noise and vibration cannot be done away with. The great rigid, moving steadily day and night and hav ing a cruising radius of 2.000 to 3.000 miles, makes a far better passen ger ship. It has been suggested that airplane routes could be used as feed ers to the airship lines, small airplanes carrying passengers to .a central point, whence they could embark on the air ships of transoceanic and transconti nental lines. v. When the lines are established the steamships also will find them serious competitors. The airship Is infinitely quicker and does not bave the pitch and toss that makes steamer travel unpleasant. The demand for great liners that cut a own th ; time spent In transatlantic travel shows that there is a large class of travelers' who want and will pay for speed. These people will be the clientele of the transatlan tic airship. The shipment of valuables, bonds, stocks and bullion on the speedy air liners will save the money lost In Inter est, and urgent mails should be shipped o? vanced postage rate a letter of thou sands of words could be speedily trans mitted In this way at the cost of one word of a cabled message. Advantages Over Steamship. The advantages of the airship over the steamship and also the relative cosi of travel are shown In the follow ing tnble compiled by Brigadier Gen eral Maitiand: Airship Steamahlp - .Time oí England transit. Cost of Time. Cost. to days passage days first claas Egypt 2!4 160 4-t 46- iO India 6 100 14 66- It S. Afrira.. 6W 120 17-19 70 Australia .10 to IDS 26 116-ltK Speed, saiety, and a new and thrill ing form of travel will be thus com bined at a cost that, io view of the sav ing of time, is relatively little greater than the present steamship' rute. "The continental air routes will come first," says Sir Trevor Dawson, "tut the most important part of air travel will be that between Europe and North America. They are the two great continents, the 'continents that have between them a steady flow of passenger travel. 'Air travel must come, cutting down the time distance between countries, and thus strength ening the ties of business, trade and international understanding. 1 am looking forward to the time when air liners will bring London within two days of America." Otis Peabody Swift in New York Tribune. Thugs Return Hero Medal. Connellsville, Pa. While a negro woman held up Mrs. Annabelle Gemas, along the West Penn street car line near the Gemas home, two negroes searched her, took her pocketbook, con taining about $30, but returning a gold service medal which the woman's hus band, the late George Gemas, had been awarded for service in the Spanish- American war. ' French on the mother's side, in pro portion approximately to three of the former to one of the latter, French. Furthermore, "the vibratory rate of the child corresponded to that of the father." The vibratory test is one of the most delicate known to medical sci ence. Many Needles Used Daily. The world uses up between 3,C 10,000 and 4,000,000 needles daily, or abut 1, 400.000.000 In the course of a year. mm -i Mrs. Janssen's experience of Interest to childless wives. Millston, Wis. I want to give you a word of praise for your wonderful medicine. We are fond, of children, and for a considerable time after wa were married I feared I would not have any. I began taking Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, and it strengthened me so I now have a nice, strong, healthy baby girl. I suffered very little at childbirth, and I give all the credit to your medicine, and shall always recommend it highly. Mrs. H. H. Janssen, Millston, Wis. ...... Mrs. Held of Marinette, Wis., adds her testimonial for Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. She says : Marinette, Wis." I was in a nervous condition and very irregular. My ' doctor advised an operation. My husband brought me one of your booklets and asked me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It overcame my weakness so that I now have a healthy baby girl after having been mar ried nine years. I am glad to recommend your medicine, and yon may use my letter as a testimonial. "Mrs. H. B. HELD, 330 Jefferson St., Marinette, Wis. There are many, many such homes that were once childless, and are now blessed with healthy, happy children Decause Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has restored the mother to a strong and healthy condition, as it acts asa natural restorative for ailments as indicated by backache, irregu larities, displacements, weakness and nervousness. Women everywhere should remember that most of the commoner ailments of women are not the surgical ones they are not caused by serious displace ments or growths, although the symptoms may be the same, and that is why so many apparently serious ailments readilv yield to Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, as it acts as a natural restorative. It can be taken with perfect safety and often prevents serious troubles. Therefore if you know of any woman who is suffering and has been unable to secure relief and is regretfully looking forward to a childless old age, ask her to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, as it has brought health and happiness into so many homes once darkened by .llness and despair. . Lydia E. Pinkham's Private Text-Book apon "Ailments Peculiar to Women " will be sent to you free upon request. Write to The Liydla E. Pinkbam Medicine Co., Lynn, Massachusetts. This book contains valuable Information. What ft Bd toff: raWATOIDEJ CARTER'S A ITTLE ra VER PILUS " 1 ! ( Souvenir of the Occasion. . A woman was discussing a houso party she had given. "You ino-w," she said, "Mrs. H. came, but she was a great nuisance. She has such a pas Blon for souvenirs. She's mad on col lecting." "My dear," said her friend, "no need to tell me that ; she stayed with me once." 'I suppose you missed your china, or something when she left." 'No, I missed my husband." RUB OUT SORENESS, SPRAINS, BACKACHE WITH OLD ST. JACOBS OIL Back hurt you? Can't straighten np without feeling sudden pains, sharp icht8 and twinges? Now, listen ! That's lumbago, sciatica, or maybe from a Btratn, and you'll, get blessed relief the moment you rub your back with sooth ing, penetrating "St. Jacobs Oil!" Nothing else takes out soreness, lame ness and stiffness so quickly. Yon simply rub it on and out comes the pain. It is perfectly harmless and doesn't burn or discolor the skin. Limber np! Don't suffer! Get a small trial bottle from any drug store, and after using It Jnst once you'll for get that you ever had backache, lum bago or sciatica, because your back will never hurt or cause any more mis ery. It never disappoints and has been recommended for 60 years. Stop drug ging kidneys! They don't cause back ache, becau they have no nerves, therefore can not cause pain. Adv. 'what They Were Seeking. My husband and I went to call on a friend who we heard was ill. We got no response when we went to the front door, so decided to try the kitch en door. No response there, I sug gested that we go in, as she was prob ably alone and could not get up. So we stepped inside the kitchen and I called "hello." From behind the door came a weak "hello'." and our friend stepped out from her , hiding place. That was the last time we entered unbidden . while calling. Chicago Tribune. Kill That CASCARA K FOR Colds, Coughs Neglected Colds Take no chencos. Keep this standard Breaks np a cold in 24 hours Relieves Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache Quinine in this form docs not affect the head Cascara is beat Tonic Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. ALL' DRUGGISTS SELL IT Altoona, Pa, "I am writ ing to tell you what Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound has done for me. We had six children die almost at birth. From one hour to nine teen days is all they have lived. Before my next on waa born I took a dozen bot tles of your Vegetable Com pound, and I can say that it is the greatest medicine on earth, for this baby is now four months old, and a healthier baby you would net want. I am sending you a picture of her. Everybody says "That is a very healthy looking baby. ' You have my consent to show these few lines to anybody." Mrs. C. W. Benz, 131 3rd Avenua, Altoona, Pa. wm 1 Take a good dose of Carter's Little Liver Pills then take 2 or 3 for a few nights after. They cleanse your system of all waste matter and Regulate Your Bowels. Mild as easy to take aS SUgar. Genuine bear tlgnatun 2Ti Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price. Dismal Forebodings. Arbuthnot Browne, the Boston mil lionaire, was talking about masterful wives. "Masterful wives," he said, "were in the minority heretofore, but wlta the coming of universal suffrage the majority of wives are getting pretty masterful. "Believe me," Mr. Brown con cluded, "It won't be only in his office that the husband of the future, when he starts to dictate, will be taken down." WOMEN. USE "DIAMOND DYES" Dye Old Skirts, Dresses, Waistsv Coats, Stockings, Draperies Everything.. . Each package of "Diamond Dyes contains easy directions for dyeing aay article of wool, silk, cotton, linen, or mixed goods. Beware ! Poor dye streaks, spots, fades, and ruins mate rial by giving it a "dyed-look." Bay "Diamond Dyes" only. Druggist baa Color Card. Adv. , The Perpetual Smile. . "Do you disapprove of pink te diplomacy?" "I don't know anything much abom diplomacy," replied Uncle Bill Bottle top, , "except that. It depends on a man's suavity and his ability to con ceal his feelings. I should say any body who could drink pink tea and go on pretendin' he was havln' a per fectly pleasant, time ought to hará the makin' of a good diplomat." Freshen a Heavy Skin With the antiseptic, fascinating Cotl cura Talcum Powder, an exquisitely scented convenient, economical face, skin, baby and dusting powder and perfume. Benders other perfumes su perfluous. One of the Cuticura Toilet Trio (Soap, Ointment, Talcum). Adv. "Glad to see you" is one of the lit tle white lies that are working over time. Satire is a good-natured joke that Is always half "ire." Cold With QUININE AND La Grippe' are Dangerous remedy handy for the first i