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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROOK, ARIZ., FEB. 10, 1922.
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Mastin's VITAMON contains highly concentrated yeast vitamines, as well as the other two still more important vita mines (Fat Soluble A and Water Soluble C). like magic under its purifying influ- are under-weight begin to get some firm, "stay-there" flesh. So rapid and amaxing are the results that success is absolutely MnintMfl. Tim HtMlAMm. nam., Are Positively Guaranteed to Pat On Firm Flesh Clear the Skin and Increase Energy When Taken With Every Meal or Money Back Drawing a Conclusion. "The world must have been very foggy In the old days." "Why so?" "You constantly read about the mists of antiquity." A Lady of Distinction Is recognized by the delicate fascinat ing influence of the perfume she uses. A bath with Cutlcura Soap and hot water to thoroughly cleanse the pores followed by a dusting with Cutlcura Talcum powder usually means a clear, sweet, healthy skin. Advertisement Clever Fellow. T got off something flue this morn Ing." "What was that?" 'The Mauretanla." Life. YANKS CAPTURE 1921 TITLES IN SPORTING Polo and Tennis Were Outstand ing Features. Time and Space Saved by Enumerat ing Events in Which United States Met Defeat Tilden and Hutchl son Victorious. International sport had Its climax during the year which is drawing to its close. If a person touches only the high spots the list is a long one. The coming season of 19-- may sur pass the present one In the multitude of important events, but it'll have to step lively. The two surpassing Items, the com petition for the Davis tennis trophy and the International polo cup, were both won by the American teams. This is highly grutlfylng, writes Malcolm MaeLean lu the Chicago Post. Notably In the case of the Davis event was the United States' triumph one of surpass ing interest. More nations entered the play thnu ever before in the history of the famous emblem, and this coun try fought It out in the challenge round with the representatives of Old Nippon. After a. spell of resting in England, the International polo cup was orought back home. This series pro duced a brand new star in the ranks d champion polo stare, young Mr. Hitchcock, who is little more than a !nd. William Tilden, the world's greatest tennis player, not only made things Sum In the Davis cup competition, but ilso captured the British title, the New Zealand crown and the International hard court championship. This country lns reason to feel proud Df the victory of Josk Hutchison in the British open golf championship. In fnct, so many victories were cap tured by the United States thnt it will ve time and space to record the few ;i which they were defeated. YVIJlie Hunter kept a swarm of 1'ankees from wresting nway the British amateur golf title, Miss Cecil, Leitch guarded the British women's tennis singles title successfully, Grea( r.rituin won the international G-meter roat series, Canada swatted the United States in trap shooting and the girls' '.earns in hockey and soccer from the Ilrltish Isles were triumphant. Outside of that the Americans gob bled about everything In sight. BOMBARDIER AS GOLF PLAYER Former British Heavyweight Is En. thusiastic Over Game and May Turn Professional. Bombardier Wells, the former Brit ish heavyweight, recently played a round of golf with Anderson at one of !he London courses. Wells is an ei ! -.saw wy vk.. .. aasVas. Bombardier Wells. tliusiast, and what Is more, can play a very good game. In the round with Anderson he scored a 78. It was nt Siinningdiile. Wells has the advan tage of playing with all of the lead ing pros and amateurs, and his game has Improved constantly. He has some Idea of turning professional. Sentence for Player Who Struck Opponent A sentence of 13 days in Jail and 10,01)0 francs damages has been pronounced by the French court of appeals against a foot ball player, Langenove, for strik ing an opposing player with his fist during the course of a Ilugby game. The lower courts had Im posed a sentence of four months In jail and'5,000 francs damages. "Brutality Is incompatible with real sport," says the judg ment. Will Play In England. Walter Hagen and Jimes Bames, American golf professionals, will com pete In the British open golf tourna ment to be played In June, at the Itoyal St. Ceorge course In England Jock Hutchison, Inst year's winner, Is also expected to play. Hits in Sixty-Nine Straight. Joseph Wilholt, Wichita, Eastern league, has the record of baseball for consecutive hitting. Joe made CO hits In a row In as many games over a period from June 14 to August 10, 1910. International Lacrosse Games. Syracuse and Oxford University of England may compote in a home-and-home lacrosse series. The first match may be staged in Syracuse in May and the return engagement In London in June. Oakland Signs Dick Berry. Dirk Horry, young shortstop whe had a trial witii Salt Lake during the past season, but was dismissed as too inexperienced, has been signed for a trial by the Oukland club. Daddy's ?dfreiiif, fairy Tale dyAARY GRAHAM BOWER. KING LION'S BONE "Roar, roar, roar," shouted King Lion. "Some one said something very rude about me just now." "What was that. Your Majesty?" asked the Lioness from the next cage. "Some one said that I looked like a dog with a bone," said King Lion. "The very idea of saying that I looked like a dog, a great and mighty lion as I tun ! "I never heard of anything so ab surd in all my life, never, never, neve? ! "I don't see how any one could have said such a thing In the first place. I don't like a dog in the least. A dog is a silly creature compared to me. "A dog barks, and yet his bark is usually such a friendly bark. "Then the dog wags his tail. I wouldn't do anything so silly. The dog smiles, too, when he shows his teeth. Yes, very, very often the dog. does that. Hut I don't. "I roar and I mean it. The dog growls at times, hut often even when he growls, he is friendly. "His growl isn't wild, like my roar. No, it is often a friendly growl. As a rule the dog likes to make friends. He likes to be patted and he even kisses people ! "Fancy that ! "I wouldn't kiss any one. Not I, no indeed." "I am sure you woudln't," said the Lioness. "I am so dignified and so fine," said King Lion. "Of course," said the Lioness, "there are some creatures who think that even if one is fine and brave and noble one "I Am So Delighted." may be quite loving and devoted, too. Some don't think It makes a creature any less fine to be sweet and friendly. "In fact, some think It shows a finer, nobler nature." "Some may think so," said King Lion, "but I do not. Some may think nil sorts of things, but pooh ! What do such creatures amount to? "Have people who may think such thoughts names? "I answer my own question ! No, they have not ! Can they roar? "Again I answer my own question. They try to roar at times, but they cannot. They can't hold up their heads and ien their mouths wide and let great, nolik", wild, terrific sounds come forth. "They can open their mouths wide and they can hold up their heads, but that is as far as they can go. They can go in other ways, perhaps I mean they can run and so forth, but they can't go very far with their voices, "So why should I pay any attention to what they do? 1 don't." "I see." said Mrs. Lioness. "But I was talking about a dog," con tinned King Lion. "So you were. Your Majesty," said the Lioness. "And I shall continue to talk about the dog and the person who said I was like a dog." said King Lion. "By nil means, talk away," said the Lioness. "Hoar, roar, roar." said King Lion. "I do not like a dog. and I don't want any one to say that about me. "And if any one says that about me again I will give such a roar that I will make such a person tremble with fear. That I will do. Most cer tainly I will. ".lust because I was having a beau tiful time eating a great, huge bone, some one thought I looked like a dog." "I don't lielieve any one really thought so," said the Lioness. "I sup pose they just thought the bone looked like a bone a dog might enjoy." "It was too big a bone for a dog," said King Lion. "The keeper gave me a great raw meat bone because he knows I must chew on something hard like that. It gives more variety or change to my meals. That is impor tant. "But a dog Isn't even any distant re lation of mine. Ml let them know that my bone is the bone for a lion's meal, and not for a dog. "Hoar, roar, roar," said King Lion at the top of his tremendous voice. And the Lioness smiled a wild, mild smile and said: "I guess no one thinks you're. like anything but a lion !" Insulted.. "May I help you to alight, madam?" asked the lad politely. "I'll have you understand boy," re plied the woman curtly, "I do not smoke." Postponing the Day. The convert who recently got up nt a prayer meeting jnd thanked the Lord thnt he had three wives In heaven was (so it Is rumored) subsequently observed paying sixpence at a book stall fbr a copy of "How to Prolong Life." From Eve. All in the Man. True contentment depends not on nhat we have. A tub was large enough for Diogenes, but a world was too small for Alexander. Boston Transcript. L T k M. LAND GROWS RICH Wonderful Development of Can ada in Forty Years. ' Four Decades Ago Little Considered, Today One of the Greatest Gran aries and Dairying Centers. The recent announcement that (he sale of the first section of Cana dian I'acific land was sold forty years ago, and when you read that the first carload of wheat was shipped from Winnipeg forty years ago, the changes that have taken place since then are matters of reminiscence, but yet of interest. What forty years ago was an unknown quantity, barren be cause but little production was at tempted. Is today one of the grentest granaries in the world. Then there was scarcely any farm live stock in the West. Dairying was not engaged in at all. Today there are C,99S,31 farm animals on the prairies, of which 8S1.SSM) are milch cows; and dairying is only second in importance to grain growing, in the West. Forty years ago the shipment of one carload of grain was a notable ex ploit. Today, Canada ranks as the second largest wheat-producing country in the world, with 3L1t,lSr.,"00 bushels. M) per cent of which was grown in the three prairie provinces, of which the- pro vince of Saskatchewan produced more t i i ii u luiC. The Dominion is today the second largest producer of oats, with 530,710,000 bushels, of which CO per cent was grown between Winnipeg and the Hocky mountains; and the fifth largest producer of barley with 03,311, 000 bushels, of which the prairies yielded do per cent. Forty years ago scarcely any of the rich soil hud been brought under cul tivation. The farm machinery of the time was crude ; there were no com petent advisers ; government experi mental farms were a blessing that came years later. Yet these hardy pioneers stuck it out, and in forty years numbers of them are enjoying their declining days in the communities they wrested from the wilderness, prosperous, contented, with their children's families gathered about them or seeking their own for tunes still further westward or north ward. They have seen civilization slop in to the West and the wilderness swept out. Today are thriving cities and towns where bleaching buffalo bones marked the ox trails of forty years ago.. Today are mighty freight trains, each with its thousand-ton car go of wheat or merchandise, roaring down the roads where the old carts creaked. Today are schools within walking distance of every farmhouse, churches within driving distance of every home. Today are telephones nnd every modern convenience linking communities over vast distances by the common bond of the spoken word. Forty years ago the Hockies were practically an impenetrable barrier, ONLY MADE MATTERS WORSE "Dowager Mrs. Smythkins" Might better have Not Spoken to That "Butler" of Hers. When the D. Smythkinses got on in the world a little, Tim, their handy man, was promoted to a decayed dress suit and the title and emoluments of butler. In this capacity lie had been taken severly to task by Mj's. D. Sinythkiiis. Sr., for allowing some visitors who inquired for her son's wife to go away without having an nounced the fact that she was at home. "If this happens again, Tim, you must say. 'My mistress is out, but the dowager, Mrs. Smythkins, is within. 1 'lease step aside." she wound up. And Tim promised to obey. Long words, however, were not his strong point, and when a few days later more visitors called, the word "dowager" refused to remain in his mind. "My mistress is out, sir," he said "but the er ah the owld badger is wiihin. Trey step inside. Sure ye needn't look surprised. 'Tis what she towlil me to say herself." London Tit Kits. Love will open a pockethook when Judgment won't. One third of your life is allotted to sleep Do you get your share? The most important period in the process of applying nutrition to the repair of the body is while you are asleep. For the most favorable trans formation of digested food into nerve and cell tissue, so doctors tell us, sleep is absolutely essential. Is it any wonder that those who suffer from lack of proper sleep are weak, pale and lacking in energy or ambition? One of the causes of insomnia is nerve-irritation from tea and coffee drinking. Tea and fjpSTUM p ' P0STUMJf? the Pacific coast being reached from the east by ships sailing round Cape Horn. The province of Manitobn hail a population of 02,200, compared with 613,008 in 1921. Winnipeg was then a frontier town with 7.987 people, nnd Brandon, which was regarded as a far-flung outpost of the West, boasted of a few iiundred in population. In 1891 It only had 3,778. Such places as Calgary and Edmonton were mere trading posts in the Northwest terri tories. Buffalo roamed tlje prairie In their native state. Today on these plains are to be seen herds of cattle, bands of horses and droves of sheep, from 'any of which can easily be selected stock that can carry off premiums, sweep stakes and championships in compe tition with the best in any other part of the world. Advertisement Resemblance Noticed. Mrs. Beanie was admiring Airs. Deare's baby. "Oil, what a darling!" "Da-da! Goo-goo! Ho-o! Da!" re plied the baby. 'The dear!" exclaimed Mrs. Beame. "He's trying so hard to talk !" "Yes; he talks that way all day, but he doesn't say anything," ventured Bobbie, the five-year-old brother of the baby. "The baby is so much like his father," Mrs. Deare commented apropos of nothing, of course. WOMEN NEED SWAMP-ROOT Thousands oi women have kidney and bladder trouble and never suspect it. Women's complaint; often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other or gans to become diseased. Pain in the back, headache, loss of am bition, nervousness, are often times symp toms of kidney trouble. Don't delay starting treatment. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a physician's pre scription, obtained at any drug store, may be just the remedy needed to overcome such conditions. Get a medium or large size bottle im mediately from any drug store. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. Advertisement, Nerve. "That's what I call downright humil iating," said Mrs. B. "What has happened?" inquired her husband. "The neighbors who recently moved next door are going to have company, so they want to borrow our drawing room rug. I let them have it.. In a litle while they came back and said they didn't think it was handsome enough to go with their furniture, and could I lend them the money to buy a new one." Sounds Rather Like William. "Your majesty, there's a creditor without." "Let him go without." Most "bitter pills" have a sugar coating but they must be swallowed without hesitation. Protecting Men Against Themselves. Xo person can travel north of Fort Smith, in the Canadian Northwest, without the official approval of the Royal Canadian mounted police. To go north of there, the traveler must explain his reasons for going, prove that lie has made arrangements for transportation into the country r.nd out and assure the officials that he has a sufficient food supply to last until his return. If he can prove that he is able to travel in the wilds and not starve and that his business is legiti mate, he is allowed to go on. Dear born Independent. Her Escort Decamped. When I was about fourteen years old, all the older girls were accom panied home after church by some boy friend, so when one of the boys asked. "May I see you home?" I of course said "yes," I walked along, feeling quite grown up. When pass ing a house where there was an ex tremely vicious dog, to my horror out came the beast growling and around on the safe side went my escort. 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Little Althea's mother, seeing a growing tendency for the love of dress outweighing more important matters, talked with her about it, with the re sult that the child ended her prayer that night with: "And, dear Lord, help me to grow up Christian and go without clothes." Judge. Better to be called an Impractical idealist by the present generation than a fool by the next one. Surely, Surely Not She is a precise school teacher with a perfect abhorrence for poor English and a decided fondness for ccrrecting the grammatical errors of others. And he is a young newspaper reporter into whose hands has recently fallen a cor respondent's style book from a news paper which lays particular emphasis on the misuse of the word "secure." The other evening he called by tele phone to invite her to the theater. "Have you secured the seats?" she inquired. "Oh, my, no," was the quick reply. "Surely you're not so heavy as all that." Powerful Naval Gun. Ordnance engineers in the United States have developed a new lC-inch, 50-caliber gun, said to be more power ful than any naval gun now In exist ence. The gun is OS) feet long, weighs 340,000 pounds and requires 350 pounds of smokeless powder to propel its 2,400-pound projectile approximate' ly 22 miles. Ratio of a Prophet Jonah considered the conference. "For myself," he announced, "I am willing to scrap one whaleback." Don't attempt to talk if your mouth is full or your head is empty. 1 "s-aH .Jv v T. , n sTTrsTraTsTi T r rn results in insomnia, depression, and a weakened nervous system. You can easily overcome these troubles by drinking Postum instead of tea or coffee. Postum is a delicious, satisfying cereal beverage, and it is absolutely free from caffeine, or any other harmful substance. Ask your grocer for Postum. Drink this delicious, refreshing beverage for ten days. 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