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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROOK, ARIZ., DECEMBER 22,
SPECIAL RUSH SERVICE wnrH It 7m awattoa tkUi pmrt t wrttlaa; nrsaa aelaw. r pi a ioivns iid hrs. - BOHM-ALLEN JEWELRY CO. Mfg;. and repairing. All orders promptly trended to. Est. 1879. lStnst Champa. CI.EAKKRS A BID DYERS. WW rKr T-V: HOTEL METROPOLE DEITVER. COLO. Eminently fireproof. American and European plan. Raten S1.BO ITp. p-jVTaxidermy I rJ , Far R. Ta Coals aide to ordari kiMBMt arieei Mid lor Raw ran. Head, ale. Writ or call lor JONAS BROSL 1023-21 Broadway. Denver. Colo. PIANOS Pianos and player pianos oi our own manufacture of every description. Free exchange privilege. Lowest prices, reasons hie terms. Write for a catalog, prices. TUB BALDWIN PIANO COMPAKl 1630 Callferala ft. BE AN ELECTRICAL EXPERT Learn a trade. Be an Automotive Electrician. 80 of our graduates placed In good positions earning S30.0A to $5. per week. We have more po sitions than we can fill. Have connec tlons with 4.000 firms taking all our graduates. Special rates and terms. Free catalog. Johnson's Automotive Trades School, Dept. AZ. 729 Broadway, uenver. Investigate Don't Guess The investment of your surplus funds is not a hit-or-miss proposition. There is a definite, established set of rules to insure the safety of your principal with a positive yield of interest. Just because you live out of Denver there is no reason why you cannot satisfactorily invest your money in Standard Muni cipal Bonds with the help ful co-operation of our Mail Investment Depart ment. Let us indicate your in vestments through THE NEWTON PLAN of systematic saving. Write Dept. G-J. 1 Investment Bankers First National Bank Building, Denver Pop Block, Pueblo "Nmtm Entoprttet afiUMIi CAnimStM 161" MACHINERY, PIPE, RAILS AND SUPPLIES We buy and sell. Send us your Inquiries. The Denver Metal k Machinery Ca. Offices 13th Larimer Sts. Warehouse and yards 1st to 3d on Larimer. Denver. STOVE REPAIRS for your old stove and furnace. All makes. Ask your dealer. The J. A. BATTIX STOVE SUPPLY CO. 141-4.1 Lawreaee St. Deaver. Cola. CREAM WANTED The largest buyers of "direct from farm to factory' In the' Rocky -Mountain reerion. Write us for cans and prices. THE M1DWES1 CREAMERY CO. Deaver, Cele. (Men tion thia paper when writing.) Farmers' I nzome Averages $405. Burlington, Yl The average net la come of the American farmer will b less than $463 this year, Gray Silver of Washington, D. C representing the American Farm Bureau Federation, said in an address at the annual meet ing of the Vermont Farm Bureau Fed eration here. He declared that the national organization, with 1,500,000 members, 2,000 county organization! and many thousands of community centers representing more than $80,- 000,000,000 invested, was now in the "throes of distress." Gen. Wood Remains in Philippines. Washington. Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood, governor general of the rhillp pine Islands, has decided to remain at his present post and not to accept the offer made by the University of Penn sylvania to be the provost of thut in stitution, according to information re ceived here by administration officials. War Department officials declined to make formal announcement of General Wood's decision. Rich Chinese Lands at San Francisco. San Franciscc, Calif William Tin son Lee. who said be was a Chinese by birth, but British by nationality, J . . . . .1 V. 1 . I .1 s.tMi ... auu nrpuLtru ujr itrLieia ul lueuuiicauun to be a millionaire trader of Sydney, Australia, held on Angel Island here for many hours, was allowed to land on his own recognizance pending word from Washington as to his status un der the Immigration laws. Mr. Lee, who says he is In the United States to place orders for machinery valued at $100,000, carried a passport and & let ter from the lord mayor of Sydney. Girt Dies Saving Baby Sister. Albion, Ind. Leila Weber, T years old, died a heroine at the home of her parents near here. Her baby sister In her arms, while Leila dutifully rocked her, awakened and knocked over a kerosene lamp on a stand near the chair. The blaze set fire to the house, and with her own clothes afire Leila carried her baby sister to safety. When the parents returned from ttxorea they found the unconscious form of Leila In the yard and the baby unhurt close by. EIGHT KILLED IN TEXAS WRECK TRAIN SIDESWIPES LOCOMOTIVE AS ENGINEEr. FAILS TO SEE HEADLIGHT. PASSENGERS TRAPPED AID IS RUSHED TO SCENE OF DIS ASTER, HUMBLE, FROM HOUSTON. Houston, Texas. Eight persons were killed and approximately twenty others were injured, some seriously, when passenger train No. 23 of the Houston, East & West Texas railway sideswiped a switch engine in front of the depot at Humble, Texas. A headlight on the switch engine struck by the passenger train was not observed, Engineer Holland of the passenger train said. The light from his engine failed to reveal the switch engine, he said, until it was too lute to stop. The deud and many of the injured were badly scalded. Tassenger Con ductor Campsey of Houston was among the first identified as dead. The cylinder heads of both locomo tives crashed, loosening steam pipes which plunged Into the passenger curs, scattering steam upon the passengers and pinioning them in their seats. The identified white dead include : Conductor Campsey, Houston. The name of the newsboy, who was Instantly killed, is not known. Two negresses and one negro were identified. The injured white persons include: Edgar Randall, Humble ; W. Wilson, Houston; A. B. Pickard, Houston; W. A. Babers, Lufkin, and William Comp sey, Houston. A total of eight injured negroes were identified shortly after theL- escape from the wreckage. The injured and dead were removed to a Houston hos pital. As the cylinder heads ripped loose a two-inch steam pipe on the freight engine, which run from the cylinder to the steam chest, tore loose and crashed into the window of the smok ing car the lirst coach of the passen ger train literally cooking its occu pants with live steam and scalding water. Conductor Campsey, for nineteen years a familiar figure to travelers en the road, was killed Instantly. The train news dealer died at his post, his body being found underneath a pile of candy, newspapers and magazines. U. S. Protests Bandit Attacks. Washington. Representations huve been made to the Chinese government by Minister Schurmun at Teking in connection with serious shooting and wounding by Chinese soldiers, of Charles Ccltman, an American mer chant, at Kalgan. Minister Schurman told the foreign office at Peking that the attack on the American consul was in violation of international law and an affront to the United States government, and demand was made for the arrest "and trial of the offenders. Bandits Obtain $96,000. Kansas City, Mo. In a spectacular holdup in the main lobby of the Live Stock Exchange building here, three masked bandits obtained $90,000 and shot Thomas F. A. Henry, credit man ager of the Drovers National bunk. Henry Is expected to recover. Henry was in charge of a detail of five men sent by the bunk to get the money at a postoffice substation in the Ex change building. U. S. Must Build More Cruisers. Washington. Blunt notice thut the United States cannot avoid a new naval program in swift cruisers und fleet submarines unless treaty limita tions are extended to such craft, was served by the House appropriations committee in reporting the $293,800, 538 naval appropriation bill. A six line provision placed in the bill by the committee requested President Harding to negotiate with Great Bri tain, France, Japan and Italy for such an extension of the treaty, limi tation of aircraft to be included. The committee report said large cruiser and submarine programs were planned ubroud, adding: "In other words, competition is on again in the single direction to which the unrati fied agreement (the Washington naval treaty), does not extend, und if it be allowed to go on unchecked, the purse strings again must be relaxed und this government, like all others, will be constrained to launch a new program to the extent necessary to keep us at least abreast of any of the other powers." Russians Bolt Lausanne Parley. Lausanne. The Russian experts walked ceremoniously out of the meet ing which was discussing the Dardan elles ond the Bosporus as a protest against the alleged exclusion of the Russians from important periods of the straits negotiations. Later the Russian delegation officially notified the three presidents of the confer ince of Russia's unalterable determination to abandon none of her rights In the negotiations over the straits which di rectly affect her vital Interests. Ten Years for Stealing Tirteen Cents. Chicago. Stealing thirteen cents proved unlucky for William Horn and James Mathews, . - must stay in the penitentiary for ten years. Both are hold-up robbers. They were convicted of holding up Ruth Korbitz, 16 years old, threatening her with death if she made an outcry, and stealing thirteen cents, all the money she hud. The pair had committed other robberies the same night, but the Korbitz holdup was the only one that could be traced unmistakably to them. Accessories Are Important; Juvenile Knitted Apparel j .................. ...... ................a THE art of good dressing Is largely a matter of accessories. A cos ume Is made or marred by the little letails, the girdle, the collar, the leaddress and the like. To be right np to the Paris mode tne ought to have a bit of bandana Minted silk somewhere about one's rock, and It is this very gay bandana notlf which enhances the girdle of mr Illustration. Another favorite wstlroe of Lady Fashion Is to fasten nrerythlng at the waistline with some tort of a fancy clasp, such as pictured. Quite the most charming accessory lor the evening gown or afternoon kiddles has been brought to such a fine point of production that it In cludes all that can be wished for In ap pearance, with practical qualities. New ideas are constantly being ex ploited In knitted clothing for the little ones. Such as, for Instance, quaint Oliver Twist suits, entirely knitted, such as Is shown here. Every little boy In the land who sees this picture will point his chubby finger and say. "I want a suit just like that," Knitted outerwear departments and children's specialty shops carry these Oliver Twist suits In all the best colors, tan, gray, brown and navy be- Accessories Make or Mar Co stum. plain velvet frock Is the fanciful rib bon cocarde with streamers. These look what we please to term "Frenchy." Anyone deft with the needle and given to designing can make them. They are round, or oblong, or diamond shaped plaques, say six Inches across, covered with flat wee hand-made roses, and crlnkllngs of metal ribbon Interspersed with jewels and fancy nail heads In extreme cases of, elaboration. Some are ruffled around with narrow valenclennes lace and always streamers of narrow ribbon fall In great number down to tne bottom of the dress. Headdress is also a broad subject Ing favorites. Not a detail which addt to attractiveness has been omitted in this desirable knitted boy's suit. There Is a white knitted collar with cord and tassels to match the cuffs and the wide knee border, with big pearl but tons, back and front, and this Is music to the ears, of small boys there are pockets I The knitted cap to go with it has a white border which Is not only for appearance. It can be pulled down over the ears for protection against Jack Frost. As for the handsome sweater and cap for little sister, it Is of the quality kind. It Is an exponent of knitted ill Ba i'C' -niC7r ? r 3 Knitted Wear for Little Tots. X consideration. One can either nake or buy pretty silver and rlilne- Itone effects as above shown. Is there anything quite so cunning is little tots clad from bead to toe In woolly lambkin outfits of cap, gglns, sweater and mittens? Not inly good to look upon, but think of the comfort in such warm protective Nothing! It is a wise mother who las taken to dressing her children In knitted wear. Especially is this so, low that knitted outerwear for the juvenile outerwear brought to Us finest interpretation. The very wide hip belt at each side Is an Innovation, and the large crochet buttons Impart an effective trimming touch. The large generous tarn is la keeping with the knitted coat. cormoKT it vbthm NrarravmoH Fur Trimming. Fur-trimmed hats are now being ex- ensively shown. Gray felt hats iave brims or gray caracul or squir rel and black velvet ones are frequent- y embroidered witn Drignt coiorea lilks and edged with skunk or mole. Vogue for Amethysts. Although the voirue for amber ner- ilsts. there Is beginning to be a dis tinct vogue for cut amethysts In pale hades. These are made Into biff 'aeads and strung as necklaces which vie with amber in beauty. Long ear rings of amethysts go with the neck laces and there are also bracelets which are merely shorter strings of amethyst beads. Contrasting Material. Combination frocks are the mode this season, except In the very tailored frocks, the bodice Is usually of a dif ferent material from the skirt, or the coat contrasts with the dress. The contrast is more frequently of ma terial than of color. CXy!)O0O0O0OO0O00OOOOOOOOOO0 CThe Kitchen Cabinet X)OOOOCXXXXX0000000000000 ithJ, Vuiie4-n Newspaper Union.) It is a great office to make life pleasant, to make it wortb living. So far as it Is done, it Is done chiefly by women, but not by women whose motto Is "Women for women," or "Every woman for herself." Edward Sanford Martin. CHRISTMAS GOODIES There is no candy which quite takes the place of the good old home-made varieties. Peanut Candy. Shell and roll on the bread board with the rolling pin. one pound of fresh crisp peanuts. When like coarse crumbs they are ready to use. Put two pounds of brown sugar with six ounces of but ter (twelve level table- spoonfuls) Into a sauce pan and stir until well mixed. From the time the first bubble of boil Ing sugar Is seen mark the time and let boil for eight min utes, then stir in the peanuts and pat out into a greased pan, marking off in squares very soon, as it hardens almost immediately. This Is one of the nicest nut candles and one which Is very easy to make If directions are carefully followed. Maple Pralines. Pound one cake of maple sugar to a powder and melt with one-half cupful of boiling water. Boil until It threads from a spoon, add one-half teaspoonful of vanilla. Beat one egg white until stiff, pour over the h t sirup, beating well ; add nuts and the flavoring last ; beat well ; when stiff, drop on buttered sheets and allow to harden. Maple Fudge. Take two cupfuls of light brown sugar, one-half cupful of milk, one-third cupful of sirup and one tablespoonful of butter. Cook to the soft-ball stage, add maplelne for flavor and set away to cool. Beat until thick, pour out Into a well-buttered pan and mark off In squares, or drop by tea- spoocfuls on buttered sheet, adding nuts if desired. Glace Chestnuts. Blanch two cup fuls of large chestnuts. Mix one cup ful of brown sugar with one cupful of hot water, add the chestnuts and let fhem cook slowly in the sirup' for an hour; just before removing add vanilla, lemon peel or any desired flavor. Drain on a waxed paper. Date Cakes. Take one cupful of chopped dates. Cream one-third of a cupful of butter with one cupful of sugar, add two well-beaten eggs, one- half cupful of milk, one and three- fourths cupfuls of flour, two teaspoon fuls of baking powder, one-half tea spoonful of ginger, one-quarter tea spoonful each . of nutmeg and cloves. Mix and stir in the floured dates and bake in small gem pans. Cover with boiled frosting when cool with a stoned date on top of each. One of the curious superstitions ot friendship Is that we somehow choose our friends. To the connoisseur in friendship no Idea could be more amazing and Incredible. Our friends are chosen for us by some hidden law of sympathy, and not by our conscious wills. Randolph S. Bourne. YULETIDE CAKES At this time of year the small cakes, cookies and fruit cake are pre pared for the holidays. As most of the Christ mas cakes are better for standing to ripen it Is wise to begin early In their preparation. Christmas Peppernuts. Take two cupfuls of brown sugar, two eggs, one teaspoonful of nut meg, two teaspoonfuls of cinnamon, one cupful of nuts, one tablespoonful of hot water, one teaspoonful of soda, three and one-half cupfuls of flour. Mix as usual, adding flour to make a mixture stiff enough to roll. Roll one-eighth of an inch in thickness, cut In small rounds the size of a quarter of a dollar. Bake In a quick oven and roll at once in ' powdered sugar. Springerlie. Beat four eggs with one pound of powdered 6ugar for for ty-five minutes, then add a pinch of soda, a pinch of salt, anise seed or flavoring and pastry flour to make a stiff dough to roll. Roll out the dough, cut and press onto the sprlugerlle mold, then remove and lay on a board to dry. Bake in a moderate oven. Springerlie molds come in various forms, one in the form of a rolling pin which presses the firures into the dough. Fruitina Cookies. Take one cupful of sugar, one-half cupful of shorten ing, one well-beaten egg, one cupful of sour milk, one teaspoonful of soda, one teaspoonful of lemon extract, one teaspoonful of salt and five cup fuls of pastry flour. The amount of flour may vary. Mix and roll very thin and put a spoonful of filling on one, cover with another and bake. Bohemian Christmas Cakes. Mix the yolks of two hard-cooked eggs with one-third of a cupful of butter until a smooth paste Is formed, add one-half cupful of sugar, the yolk of an egg, one tablespoonful of milk, three tablespoonfuls of finely-chopped almonds. Mix well and add flour to roll, cut Into small round cakes, brush with beaten egg white and sprinkle with the chopped almonds. Bake un til brown In a moderate oven. Concerning the Ear. The smallest ears are found among the Latin races. Intellect and moral ity cannot be judged by the size of the ear alone, however. There is an enormous difference between the large ear of savage races and that of a cul tured white man. The convolutions and angles are different. Chinese Proverb. If a horse gets no wild grass he never becomes fat; If a man does not receive lucky help he never becomes rich. Why Bake At Home when you can buy bread like it, ready baked? C3UNT tKe raisins at least eight big, plump, tender fruit-meats to the slice. Taste it see how the rai sin flavor permeates the bread. No need to bake at home when we've arranged with bakers in almost every town and city to bake this full fruited raisin bread. Just 'phone and they'll de liver it all ready to sur prise the family tonight. Jt comes from master bak ers' modern ovens in yout city. And it's made with Sun-Maid Raisins. That's another reason for its superiority. A rare combination of nutritious cereal and fruit both good and good for you, to , you should serve it at least twice a week. Use Sun-Maid Raisins also in puddings, cakes and cookies. Yon may be offered other brands that you know lets well than Sun Maids, but the kind you want is the kind you know is good. In sist, therefore, on Sun-Maid brand. They cost no more than ordinary raisins. Mail coupon for free book of tested Sun-Maid recipes. SUN-MAID RAISINS The Supreme Bread Raisin Yeur retailer should sell you Sun Maid Raisins for not more than the following prices: Seeded (is IS ex. Hh r.)-20d Seedless On IS . ni fit.) ISa Seeded er Seedless (11 m-JISc r CCT THIS OUT AND SEND IT I Sn.M;J Riifin Cnmran. Dept. N-54S-12, Fresno, California. I Please send me copy of your free book, "Recipes with Raisins." Namf , I BluePackagt Stmet Crnr Statb C'My Linen skirts are awfly short Now I don't think that's wrong, tad Mama says that Faultless Starch, Will make them wear quite long." "Mummy" Was Drunk. A woman who was going to Egypt bad to be Inoculated against typhoid. She was unable to keep a dinner ap pointment which she had made for the next day, and sent her daughter, aged ten, to make her excuses. "And what did you say?" she asked the child on her return. "Exactly what you told me," was the reply. "I said mummy can't come be cause she was intoxicated yesterday and had a bad headache." London Tlt-BIts. It takes a dog and the boy who owns It to form a mutual admiration society. One nice thing about living in the suburbs when you miss the last train out you have to stay in town. Minus the Sporting Instinct. "How much is this stock 7" "Thirty cents a share. In sixty day I'd guarantee It to go to SL50 s share." "If you will also give me a written contract to find a purchaser at that, price when the 60 days are up Til tak a block." "Ah, sir. I've misjudged you. I sea now that you are not the type of man wholl play the game." Birmingham Age-Herald. , The Meddlers. Meddlesome people are not nece sarily malicious they may even be well-meaning but the harm they do Is none the less real. Knowing how to run other people's business 14 not always so much a gift as an aflUe tlon. cTuqLi UUSL CI SAY "BAYER" when you buy. Insist! Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets, you are not getting the genuine Bayer product prescribed by physicians over 23 years and proved safe by millions fot Colds Toothache Neuritis Neuralgia Headache Rheumatism Lumbago Pain, Pain Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions. Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets Also bottles of 24 and 100 Druggists. Aspirin Is tlw trade mark at Barer Manufacture ot MmwwitttmeWefr of PsWrrllrsiM ifeordered Stomach I CARTER'S ITTLE llVER PILLS Take a good dose of Carter's Little liver Pills then take 2 or 3 for a few nights after. You will relish your meals without fear of trouble to follow. Millions of all ages take them for Biliousness, Dizziness, Sick Headache, Upset Stomach and for Sallow, Pimply, Blotchy Skin. Then end the miterg qf Constipation.