THE CHARLEVOIX COUNTY HERALD, (East Jordan, Mich.) FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1021
By F. A. WALKER
AN AMERICAN explorer has Just
returned to civilization after a
visit to the interior of Ecuador and
the homeland of the .Tlbaro Indians.
This tribe of head hunting savages
have lived In the same territory since
long before Columbus discovered the
Americas and have kept wholly free
from the influence of civilization.
The most striking evidence of their
failure to advance in the centuries
which have passed over them is the
report of the explorer that the Jibaros
do riot believe in a Cod, but that they
do worship devils.
It is practically the universal his
tory of the developments of all co
pies from the savage state to that of
civilization, that the belief in devils
precedes that of a belief in Cod.
, Before they conceive or defy a
ruler in' the realm of good they estab
lish a kingdom of evil and nominate
a being supreme In the management of
one or all forms of danger and misfor
tune. Herbert Spencer in his analysis of
human worship bases religion on the
Unknown, declaring that the savage
first worships those powers which he
does not understand.
It is the savage's inability, because
of his savagery, to trace cause from
effect that leads him to assign to totally
unrelated things the cause for what
And since It is those things which
harm or threaten him with harm which
most concern him he establishes first
his devil causes rather than his Cod
He hears in the thunder the voice
of a devil living in the sky who pun
ishes with the swift lightning and with
He sees a devil in the wild beast
that kills his cattle. There is a demon
power that helps his enemies of an
The white man's gun is an inven
tion of some evil spirit and the drought
which spoils his crop or the deluge
which overflows his lands are evi
dences to him of the activities of
some powerful and unfriendly spirit
; which he must In some way appease.
In some of the earliest written his
tory of this country, the narrative left
by Captain John Smith of Virginia,
' there Is much space devoted to the
devil worship of the Indians of that
territory and the sacrifice of children
to quiet the wrath of the evil ones.
All through tradition and history
from Set, the demon of death and evil
In the mythology of early Egypt down
to the IIopl Indian dances which take
place yearly in Arizona, there has
been a continuous story of devil wor
ship and rites and rituals Intended to
appease his wrath and gain his friend
ship. , Each of us, highly civilized as we
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er to evil.
Despite the fact that we read In the
Bible, and generally think we believe
it, that the Cod of our civilized Ideas
is omnipotent all powerful we Im
mediately deny that fact by giving
evil, which cannot be an attribute of
God, equal or greater power.
Practically everybody, unless we ex
cept Christian Science believers, think
that sickness is much more powerful
than health and that death is cer
tain to triumph over life.
We can only establish the rule of
evil by suppressing the rule of good.
Darkness Is In itself nothing; It is
only the absence of light.
Silence Is only the absence of
Death Is only a local ceasing of the
phenomena of life.
The way to get rid of darkness Is
to let in the light.
The way to get rid of evil Is to let
in and encourage good.
Perhaps we should not blame the
poor ravage in Ecuador for failing to
believe In Cod and having a liberal
supply of devils. He has not yet been
able to think out the truth.
But, we who are wiser and, we hope,
better for that wisdom, should see to
it that as little as possible of "devil
worship" creeps Into our existences
and Influences our lives.
THE GIRL ON THE JOB 1
5 How to Succeed How to Get B
j Ahead How to Make Good
By JESSIE ROBERTS
PART TIME WORK
TIIEKE are two reasons why part
time work Is sought. The first Is
that the woman who has her own home
to run cannot be away all day without
serious consequences, particularly If
she Is a mother as well as a wife.
Yet It Is sometimes necessary to have
the woman add something to the di
rect Income. Part time work Is the
The second reason Is that the regu
lar Job does not pay enough. This Is
often the case with teachers and li
brarians and other professional work
ers whose salaries are small, while
the calls upon them are great. They
do not want to give up the special pro
fessional labor In which they are regu
larly engaged, yet they mast have
Summer Jobs are various, from ac
cepting positions as governess to chil
dren, or waiting at summer hotels, to
filling in at offices where vacations are
cutting down the regular force. A
stenographic summer Job can often be
secured In an office for two weeks or
a month, and then another one, and so
on until the vacation season closes.
Some women are successful In taking
parties of young girls or older women
on tourist excursions, charging a good
price for services of this sort.
Lecturing Is another good part-time
Job. The lectures are planned for
women's clubs and political associa
tions. To succeed here you must be a
good speaker, and have from four to
I six lively papers to read on any given
subject, or on two or three allied sub
jects. It Is best to specialize.
Teaching craft work Is an excellent
part-time occupation, and so are the
various housekeeping Jobs that are
opening for the trained woman who
wishes to give only half a day to such
work. Two women I know divide be
tween them the work of an office, as
well as the salary. One goes for the
morning, the other for the afternoon,
and this has worked well.
The woman looking for part-time
work Is more likely to get It today
than In any period before. It Is a
solution for both employer and em
ployees that Is certain to become
more and more popular.
WANTS EVERY YOUNG MAN WHO
CAN, TO REPORT AT WAR
INDIVIDUAL AND NATION BENEFIT
Expresses Hope That System of Vol
untary Military Training Will Be'
Established In U. S.
Washington. President Harding
urges every young man who can pos
sibly arrange to do so to attend one
of the citizens' military training
camps to be conducted by the war de
partment this summer. In a state
ment made public early this week he
expressed the hope that during his
administration arrangements will be
completed for giving military training
to at least 100,000 young men each
The text of the statement said: "I
hope every young man who can ar
range it will attend one of the citi
zens' military training camps to be
conducted this summer by the war
department In each of the nine army
"In this way he will Increase UIs
worth to the nation and obtain In
dividual benefits of priceless value to
himself and to the community In
which he Uvea.
"I hope to see established during
my administration a comprehensive !
system of voluntary military training !
for at least 100,000 men each year.
Every young man who Is willing to
prepare himself for the defense of his
country should be given an oppor
tunity to do so.
"Our present national defense law
established an economical and demo
cratic military policy thoroughly con
sistent with our national traditions.
It provides for a small regular army
to be augmented by great citizen
forces in the event of national emer
gency. "This is our traditional military po
licy. Dut whereas in the past these
larger war forces have been extem
porized after the occurrence of an
emergency, the new law wisely pro
vides that the framework of their or
ganization shall be established and
developed In time of peace, Insofar as
this is practicable through the vol
untary service of our patriotic young
"The army of the United States as
defined in the new law comprises the
regular army, the National Guard and
the organized reserves. Every pat
riotic citizen should encourage de
velopment of these forces, each with
in Its proper sphere."
GROWERS SUE HEALTH BOARD
Allege $1,000,000 Damages for Warn
ing Against Ripe Olives.
Detroit. Members and officials of
the Detroit health board were named
defendants In a $1,000,000 damage suit
filed in federal court late last week by
the Curtis corporation, producers of
ripe olives and other products.
The bill of complaint charges that
the company was damaged to this
amount because of the health board's
warning against the eating of ripe
olives following the deaths of five per
sons who were said to have eaten
olives on Oct. 18, 1919, at the Murray
W. Sales' home in Grosse Pointe.
OHIO EDITOR NAMED DRY CHIEF
Appointment of Roy Haynes Was
Washington. Formal announce
ment of the appointment of Roy
Haynes, a Hlllsboro, Ohio, editor, as
national prohibition commissioner has
The new commissioner is editor of
the Hlllsboro Dispatch, and was one
of the first Ohio editors to suggest
the nomination of Mr. Harding for
president. He has been a factor In
Ohio Republican politics for a num
ber of years, and In 1912 was a can
didate for the Republican nomination
MRS. BERGDOLL PAYS $23,000
Mother of Draft Evaders Saves Her
self From Going to JalU
Philadelphia. Mrs. Emma C. Berg
doll, mother of the Bergdoll brothers,
convicted army deserters, saved her
self and her four co-defendants
charged with conspiracy to aid Qrover
O. and Erwln R. Bergdoll to evade
army service, from going to Jail by
paying $23,000 In fines recently Im
posed by the United States District
- Would Cool Spurned Passion.
Chicago. When Senorlta Franceses
Saplero, who came from Mexico,
spurned professions of love made by
Peter Lopas, her countryman, Peter,
employed at a hotel, entered the ice
chest and stretched himself on a cake
of Ice, flanked by two other cakes. The
batcher found the disappointed lovei
unconscious. As he regained con
sclousness Peter tried to shoot him
self four times, but the cartridge fail
ed to explode. The police are carlns
"Man may be the head of the family,
but. far belter than that, woman 1 the
heart of it."
MEALS FOR THE DAY.
COMBINATIONS are not always
good In leftovers, unless great
care Is used In blending them. The
following, though unusual, proved very
good. A cupful or two of veal broth
with noodles was the basis of this
dish. A baking dish was well greased
with the fat from a piece of steak, also
a small bit of cold steak was minced
and put Into the dish, with some of
the cooked veal, also minced, then the
noodles and the Jellied soup, a dish
of creamed onions (which were also
leftovers) were chopped and added,
and the whole covered with leftover
mashed potato, moistened with milk.
Bake until the potato Is slightly brown
and serve from the dish. Add such
seasonings as are needed when arrang
ing the food in the pan.
Liver With Onion Sauce.
Parboil sliced calf's liver until well
heated, turning In the boiling water;
drain and dip in flour well seasoned,
and fry in hot bacon fat until well
cooked. Fry a cupful of chopped
onions In the remaining fat, until a
slight brown; add a tablespoonful of
vinegar and pour over the liver.
Potato Spring Salad.
Cook the potatoes with their skins
on; cool and peel, then cut In dice;
add a handful of minced chives or a
finely shredded onion. Now add fine
ly minced, tender uncooked dandelion
greens. Mix all together and pour
over hot bacon fat with the bacon
minced In It; stir and mix well, then
add a little boiling hot vinegar, salt
and pepper and serve hot.
Wilted Cucumbers With Sour Cream.
Slice the cucumbers after peeling
them and let them stand In salted wa
ter until wilted. Rinse In fresh wa
ter, Ice cold, and dry on a cloth. Sea
son with salt and pepper and serve
with thick sour cream. There are
many people who consider cucumbers
unwholesome If not soaked In salt wa
ter until all the crlspness Is removed.
Cucumbers are Indigestible for some
people Just as the lovely strawberry
distresses some stomachs, but a fresh,
crisp cucumber dressed with a good
salad dressing is a most delectable
vegetable for the normal appetite.
Peanut Butter Loaf.
Pour three cupfuls of cold water
over one-half cupful of rice and stir
This new price is possible because it includes but one manufacturing profit
on castings, forgings, stampings, motor, axles, transmission, frame, body,
top, etc. because amount of overhead expenses included in this new low
price is very small because excess weight is eliminated without sacrifice of
durability or quality. The shipping weight of the car, 2500 pounds, is
distributed equally over the four wheels.
In operating this car you receive the benefit of the economic advantages
arising from its superb design, skillful manufacture, excess factors of safety
and high quality, because
it will go from 12,000 to 15,000 miles on the standard 32x4 cord tires.
it will go from 18 to 22 miles on a gallon of gasoline.
it will render from 8 to 10 years of satisfactory service.
This is a Studebaker Year
NEW PRICES OF STUDEBAKER CARS
f. o. b. Factoriet, effective June 1st, 1921
Touring Cart and Road$tr$
UGHT-SIX 2-PASS. ROADSTER $1300
LIGHT SIX TOURING CAR 1335
SPECO'-SIX 2-PASS. ROADSTER 1585
SPEUaL-SIX TOURING CAR 1635
SPECIAL-SIX 4 PASS. ROADSTER 1635
BIG-SIX TOURING CAR 19S3
with a fork "until the boiling polnfls
reached; let bbll one minute, drain
on a sieve, rinsing with cold water ; re
turn the rice to the fire with two cup
fuls of boiling water and a teaspoon
ful of salt; cover and cook until the
rice Is tender. Add a cupful of pea
nut butter, half a teaspoonful of pap
rika, an egg beaten light, and one-half
cupful of milk. Mix all together well
and shape In a mold on a buttered
baking dish. Sprinkle with half a cup
ful of cracker crumbs mixed with two
tablespoonfuls of fat. Bake one-half
hour; serve hot with tomato sauce.
One may use a mixture of pecans, wal
nuts and almonds ground.
(. 1921. Western Newspaper Unlom.)
THE ROMANCE OF WORDS
RELYING solely upon the
phonetic sound of this ex
pression, It appears to be dis
tinctly profane and a number of
writers have fallen Into the er
ror of spelling "dam" as If It
were the word derived from the
same source as "condemn."
To say that a person or a
thing Is "hot worth a tinker's
dam" Is, however, not related
In any munner to profanity, but
gets Its meaning from the fact
that a tinker's dam was a wall
of dough or soft clay raised
around a spot which a plumber,
In repairing, desired to flood
with solder. The material of
which this dam was made could
be used only once and was then
thrown away as utterly worth
less. Meanwhile, it had served
the purpose of stopping or dam
ming up the molten metal. The
colloquial slmllw Is, therefore,
derived from this short period
of usefulness and not from any
widespread use of the word
"damn" on the part of tinkers er
The Usual Way.
An unreasonable and rather misan
thropic acquaintance remarks that ho
has often heard the proverb, "A friend
In need is a friend indeed," but lie can't
see where the truth comes In. He has
a friend In need who Is always borrow
ing money from him.
Our Waggish Friend Again.
As you say, Roger, a bridge war
ranted to support any strain Is the
bridge of a violin. Boston Transcript
Coup and Stdana
LICHT-SIX 2-PASS. COUPE ROADSTER $1698
UGHT-SIX 5-PASS. SEDAN 1995
SPECIAL-SIX 4 PASS. COUPE 24SO
SPLCIAL-S.X S PASS SEDAN 2550
BIG-SIX 4 PASS. COUPE 2850
BIG-SIX 7-PASS. SEDAN 2950
ALL STUDEBAKER CARS ARE EQU.IPPED WIT
F. G. CRAfG. PROP'R
10 for 10c,
20 for 20c.
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Mahogany a Fast Grower.
The rate of growth of mahogany H
shown In southern Nigeria, where the
site of a town destroyed CO years af
has been covered with a forest ewn
talning mahogany trees some of whlsfc
are more than ten feet In diameter.
There are two kinds of friends
those who try to run your affair far
you, and and and darned If wtosui
remember the other klndl New Terlr.
Stock Market Full of Such.
Many a man who Is afraid to take
a chance loses his money on a "sur
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