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THE YALE EXPOSITOR. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21. 1914.
Every man who is
seeking to save by
smoking 5c cigarettes,
should see how much
more satisfaction in
better value he can
get by paying 15c
for 20 FATIMAS.
The most sumptuous copy of Shake
speare's "Itomeo and Juliet" in exist
once was recently sent from England
to a purchaser abroad. The value of
the book is between J5.000 and $7,500.
It has been reproduced as an illu
minated manuscript on vellum, and
the volume is notable as being the
entire work of one artist, Alberto
Sangorski, who was engaged upon it
for IS months. The title is in pearls
set in gold, and the cover is embel
lished with 214 rubies and 30 ame
thysts. SAGE TEA AND SULPHUR
DARKENS YOUR GRAY HAIR
Look Year Younger! Try Grandma'
Recipe of Sage and Sulphur and
Nobody Will Know.
Almost everyone knows that Sage
Tea and Sulphur properly compound
ed, brings back the natural color and
luBtre to the hair when faded, streaked
or gray; also ends dandruff, itching
scalp and stops falling hair. Years
ago the only way to get this mixture
was to make It at home, which is
mussy and troublesome.
Nowadays we simply ask at any
drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur Hair Remedy." You will get a
large bottle for about CO cents. Every
body uses this old, famous recipe, be
cause no one can possibly tell that
you darkened your hair, as it does it
so naturally and evenly. You dampen
a sponge or soft brush with it and
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time; by morn
ing the gray hair disappears, and
after another application or two, your
hair becomes beautifully dark, thick
and glossy and you look years younger.
The Trofessor The fish of Amer
ica, north of the Isthmus of Panama,
embrace three classes, 30 orders, 223
families, 1.113 genera, 335 subgenera,
3,263 species and 133 subspecies.
The Student Well, professor, if you
will let me off today I'll go out and
see if I can get a string of genera.
For prnuine comfort and lasting pleas
ure we I ted Croc a Hall Blue on wash day.
All good grocers. Adv.
Their Use. f
"Do you see where the Futurists
and Cubists have gone to Spain?"
"Maybe they use their pictures on
the bulls to infuriate them in the
Being sorry for yourself doesn't en
list the sympathy of your neighbors
Stop That Backache
There1" nothing- more dlacouraa-lns;
than a conittnt backache. You are lama
when you awake. Paine rlerce jrou when
you bend or lift. It's hard to feat and
nxt day tt'a the same old story.
Tain In the bark la nature's warning
of kidney 1Mb. Neglect may pave the
way to dropay, gravel, or other serious
Don't delay begin uilnr Doan's Kid
ney Pllla the medicine that haa been
curing; backache and kidney trouble tor
over fifty years.
A Michigan Cat
Mrs. W. P. Jonea,
Tine Et., Evert.
Mich., eaya: "My
back ached almoat
conatantly and I had
no control over the
kidney accretions. I
got eo dlixy I could
hardly atand alone
and for t h r e e
monthe I couldnt
net around. The
knife-like palna In
my bacK were awiui
and my nerves were
II unatrun. Aiier
failed. 1 ueed Doan'a
vitnv Pllla and ai
b o x e a permanently
Cat Doea'e at Any Sloe. 80 B
FOSTER-MILBURN CO, BUFFALO, M. Y.
DR. J. D. ICELLOGG'O
Remedy for the prompt" relief of
Asthma and May Fever; - Ask Your
druggist for It. Write ! " MBfit
K0RTHRUP 4 LYMAN CO, LW, BUFFALO, H.T.
W. N. U., DETROIT, NO. 4-1915.
INSECTS INJURIOUS TO ORCHARDS
CAN BE CONTROLLED BY FUMIGATION
Treatment Now Being Adopted Everywhere as Means pf Ren
dering Nursery Stock Safe When It Leaves Hands of
Grower Some Valuable Suggestions Are Given for
Care of Young Trees.
(By II. GARMAK.)
There Is no avoiding the fact that
eve must reckon with the San Jose
jcale if we are to raise good fruit.
Some states have escaped it longer
than others, partly because they were
lot so generally engaged In fruit
growing, partly, perhaps, because they
began at once to look after the pest
when Its presence was discovered In
other states. But the scale has been
gradually invading our orchards until
It is now liable to be discovered on
fruit trees anywhere in the United
States. This means simply that we
Bhall be compelled to do what our
neighbors are doing if we wish to
compete with them in the production
of good fruit.
The recent growth of Interest in
fruit growing and the disposition to
plant new orchards has led to the
adoption of improved methods of car
ing for fruit trees on the part of the
most progressive people, but many
farmers and even fruit growers are
still not provided with spraying out
fits, without which they cannot hope
to save their trees from scale Insects.
These trees are perhaps not in all
cases sufficiently valuable to Justify
the expense of spraying, but neighbors
who have invested more extensively
in fruit and depend more on the crop,
should not be made to suffer because
of neglect on the part of people who
have nothing at stake.
Everyone ought, it would seem, to
be required to destroy infested trees
in his possession whenever he is un
willing to treat them and care for
them properly. Certainly one has
nothing to gain by keeping them, since
the scale will destroy them anyway,
and a neighbor's risk 6hould of itself
be sufficient motive to impel one to
get rid of the pests.
The importance of giving attention
to spraying, fumigation, and other
Fumigation Box With Trees Packed
means of destroying scale insects is
growing greater every year, as the
acreage in fruit increases. It is cus
tomary to concede to insect pests of
ordinary crops one-tenth of the total
value of the crop, and applying this
to our fruit crops of last year we may
be said to have lost, as a result of in
sect depredations, many millions of
Most of the injury and resulting
loss can be prevented. Spraying alone
will save the greater part. Three
fourths of the codling moth damage
can thus be saved. This has been
demonstrated by very carefully made
tests. More than nine-tenths of the
San Jose scale on the bark of fruit
trees can be removed by a single
thorough spraying In winter with
lime-sulphur solution. There seems
to be no good reason, therefore, why
anyone interested in- farming and
fruit growing should not equip himself
with the npcesnary apparatus and do
his share in keeping pests under con
trol. Nurseries are in great and constant
danger from the unimpeded spread of
pests. For their protection it is im
portant that orchards be looked after
more closely than they have been in
the past, since they are frequently the
source from which nurseries become
infested. But since the scale is now
well established throughout the entire
United States it will be necessary,
whatever precautions orchardista may
Fumigation Box So Constructed That
It May Be Carried From One Place
take, that nurserymen guard their es
tablishments with special care If they
are to merit the confidence and pat
r on age of the buyer of nursery stock.
Fumigation with hydrocyanic acid
gas is the treatment which is now be
ing adopted everywhere as a means of
saving the nursery stock. To confine
the gas about the stock It is necessary
to construct a gas-tight bouse or box.
What It shall be depends chiefly on
If i J
C - ! ' l IP A
the quantity of stock to be treated
For a small nursery of a few thousand
trees, a box measuring 8Va by 3V4 by
3 feet can be constructed, giving a
capacity of about one hundred cubic
feet, or if the stock is very small a
box more easily handled can be made.
The box should be of matched stuff,
without knots, with two thicknesses
of tarred building paper between.
The inside of the box should be paint
ed and the Joints closed carefully with
white lead. The lid should be closely
fitted by means of felt glued along the
edges of the box. When the lid is in
place it should be secured tightly by
wedges so as to prevent the escape
A house may be constructed of the
same material and in the same way.
It Bhould have a door fitting very
tightly, and for convenience in airing
out quickly a small door at the back
should be made. Its exact size does
not matter greatly, but the dose used
must be very carefully computed to
comply with ' the following instruc
For each 100 cubic feet enclostd
the following chemicals are required
for each lot of trees treated:
Cyanide of potassium, one ounce
(9S per cent pure).
Commercial sulphuric acid, two
ounces (of good grade).
Water, four ounces.
After filling the space with trees
the water Is poured into a crock,
then the sulphuric acid is added little
by little and the crock is placed in
J" J- -v raft S
Door at Back for Airing Out Quickly.
the box or house. The cyanide of
potassium, broken into bits no larger
than a hickory nut, is poured into the
crock and the door is quickly shut.
At the end of 50 minutes, or an hour,
the doors are opened for ten minutes
to air out,' when the trees can be re
moved to make room for another lot.
The trees should not be fumigated
They should not be too tightly
packed in the box.
The time of exposure must never
The chemicals 6hould be of the
To make sure that the house or box
is gas-tight it should always be tested
before beginning operations, with a
dense smudge made of cobs, rags, or
other material. If the smoke escapes,
the crevices will be apparent and
must be closed.
Fumigation wfll not destroy crown
gall, black rot or canker. It cannot
be expected to destroy the eggs of in
sects, nor insects in their active stages
when burrowing in the stems of trees.
Fumigation Box in Use.
It will destroy woolly aphis, or any
other exposed insects in the larval or
adult condition when sufficient chemi
cals are used and the exposure is long
CLEAN SEED WILL
Recurrence of Potato Troubles
Can Be Prevented Next
Year, Says Expert.
A recurrence of late blight and dry
rot among potatoes can be prevented
next year. Clean seed is the great
essential. Seed treatment is not ef
fective for this particular disease.
The late blight dry rot exists to a
considerable extent among storage po
tatoes, says E. C. Stakman, assistant
plant pathologist of the agricultural
experiment station, St Paul. If such
lots are used for seed, next year the
disease may again be very destructive,
especially if weather conditions favor
its spread. It is, therefore! of vital im
portance that healthy, seed be used.
The Minnesota experiment station
pathologists have been misquoted
with reference to methods of securing
such healthy seed. The soaking of
seed potatoes is neceBary in control
ling some diseases, but treatment with
formaldehyde or corrosive sublimate
will not prevent late blight.
Seed . potatoes should be secured
from fields which have not had any
of the disease during the last year. If
healthy tubers are planted and the
vines thoroughly sprayed with bor
deaux mixture next year, the disease
can be controlled.
Seen and Heard
Cadillac. James Collins was arret
ed here, charged with entering five
stores. He got only two dollars, it is
St. Clair. Business men and leading
residents of this town have started a
movement to raise funds for the con
struction of a large public auditorium.
Lansing. Frank H. Tresley has
been appointed bookkeeper and cash
ier of the state board of health. Pres
ley lives In Lansing.
Ann Arbor. Mis Hildegarde Hager
man of Ludington Is the first student
at the U. of M. to be appointed to the
editorial board of the Gargoyle, the
university's humorous publication.
East Ianslng. Enrollment in the
6hort course In agriculture at the M.
A. C. shows an Increase of 21 over last
year, the total number signed up be
Monroe. Film Cousina, retired
farmer, celebrated his golden anni
versary with his Becond wife. He had
been married prior to 18C3, when he
and his second wife were married.
riymouth. Sixty-five years ago, C.
II. Truesdell, a Canton farmer, swal
lowed a pin. Recently he felt a pin
point protruding from his ear. The
pin, which he believes was the one
he swallowed, was removed.
Tetoskey. The Trl-County Medical
society was organized here by 25 phy
sicians from Antrim, Charlevoix and
Emmett counties. Dr. K. It. Moorman
of Pellston is president and Dr. O. W.
Nihart of Petoskey Is secretary.
Adrian. Bernice Burnell. thirteen-year-old
Tecumseh . girl, was saved
from drowning when her sled caught
on a jagged piece of ice and held her
suspended in 20 feet of water until
a workman rescued her.
Owosso. With her head muffled In a
blanket, the Infant child of Mr. and
Mrs. Ieslle Laney of North Shade,
Gratiot county, was found smothered
to death. The mother had pulled the
covers over the child's head to keep
the Infant warm.
Hillsdale. Hillsdale college will try
to raise $30,000 before June In order
to obtain $60,000 more. Eugene A.
Merrill of Minneapolis, a member of
the class of 1872, offers $30,000 and
Pall Brothers, of Muncie, Ind., offer a
Kalamazoo. Theron Tierce Is fac
ing a charge of unlawfully spearing
bass in a Kalamazoo county lake, al
though he had received a letter writ
ten on paper from the state game war
den's department 6aying such action
was not unlawful.
AlMon. The shooting of Andrew
Stabill, a local Italian, is puz
zling the local authorities. Stabill,
who has no enemies as far as can be
learned, was shot through the back
while walking home from down town.
He probably will live.
Ann Arbor. Daniel W. Parry, for
many years drain commissioner of
this county. Is dead at his home
in Northfleld, after an illness of
six months, which followed a severe
fall last July in Milan. Mr. Parry died
on the same farm where he was born
and where he had lived all his life.
Traverse City. Grand Traverse co
operative fruit and produce ex
change was organized here by leading
fruit growers of Grand Traverse and
Leelanau counties. A manager will be
hired at once to begin work of market
ing. The officers are: President, A.
Dental, Old Mission; vice-president, C.
W. Loeffer, Salon; secretary and treas
urer, T. J. Morgan, Traverse City; di
rectors, A. Dental, M. J. Gllmore, M. L.
Gleason, C. W. Wheeler, T. D. Morgan,
J. W. Markham, C. W. Loeffler.
Saginaw. Arrangements will be
made for the annual convention
of the Michigan Press and Printers'
federation in Grand Rapids March 11,
12 and 13, at a meeting of the execu
tive committee to be held here Friday.
An effort will be made to have Arthur
Drisbane of New York and several oth
er newspapermen of nation-wide repu
tation speak at the convention. The
secretary of the federation, J. D. Mas
king, publisher of the Howard City
Record, reports that the organization's
membership is growing steadily.
Lansing. Michigan Historical com
mission presented to the members
of the legislature copies of its re
port for 1914. The commission's re
port declares that there Is urgent need
for a building in which to store the
valuable records which It has collected
under state authority and to house the
commission's historical collection,
which has outgrown its quarters on
the fourth floor' of the capitol building.
The commission complains that the
last legislature intended to give it
$5,000 for salaries to Its clerical force
and $5,000 more for expenses, but that
the bill was worded so that the attor
ney general ruled It was limited to a
single $5,000. ' Its financial report
shows that it expended $5,006.89. While
the report doesn't say so, the commis
sion would like to have its appropria
tion bill so worded this time that it
can really get the money.
Cadillac. Mrs. Charles Huess could
not understand why her son, Charles,
twenty-fou years old, slept eo late.
She called him, and, receiving no an
swer, entered his room, and found he
had died of heart disease.
Day City. In his report completed,
John W. Coombs, superintendent of
the poor, states that during the past
three years he has collected $1 296.24,
from other counties, for the care of
their poor by Day county.
Fargo. As he sat at the dinner ta
ble Joking with his wife and four chil
dren, Edward F. Young, thirty-two,
toppled over dead.
Live Stock, Grain and General Farm
DETROIT Cattle: Receipts, 1.088;
market for canners steady and for all
other grades 15025c lower; best
heavy steers, $7.50(0 8; best handy
weight butcher steers, $77.50; mixed
steers and heifers, $6.256.75; handy
light butchers, $606.50; light butch
ers, $5.5006; best cows, $5.7506;
butchers cows, $4.750 5.50; common
cows, $404.50; canners, $304; best
heavy bulls. $6.5006.75; bologna bulls,
$5.2506; stock bulls. $4.5005.25.
Veal Calves: Receipts, 238; market
dull and 25050c lower; best, $100)
10.50; others, $609.50.
Sheep and lambs: Receipts, 4.763;
heavy lambs 100 to 119, average very
dull; ot'her grades steady; best lambs,
$8.25; fair lambs. $7.5008; light to
comm.on lambs, $607.25; yearlings,
$7.2507.50; fair to good sheep, $4.50
0 5; culls and common, $30 3.50;
heavy lambs, $707.50.
Hogs: Receipts, 6,738; all grades,
EAST DUFFALO Receipts of cat
tle. 4.000; market 25050c lower;
prime steers. $8.6009; fair to good,
$8.150 8.35; plain. $7.5007.75; choice
butcher steers, $8.1508.40; fair to
good. $7.5007.75; best handy steers,
$8.1508.35; common to good, $708;
yearlings. $7.750 8.75; prime heifers,
$7.4007.60; best butcher heifers, 70
7.35; common lo good, $606.75; best
fat cows. $6.3006.75; good butcher
rows. $5.500 6; medium to good, $4.75
05.50; cullers. $4.2504.50; canners,
$3.7504; best bulla, $6.750 7; good
butcher bulls, $60 6.75; sausage bulls.
$5.5006; light bulls, $4.750 5.15.
Hogs: Receipts, 20,000; market
steady; heavy, $707.10; yorkers, $7.15
07.30; pigs, $7.30 07.50.
Sheep: Receipts, 16.000; market ac
tive; top lambs, $8.750 9; yearlings,
$6.5007.50; wethers. $6.3006.50;
ewes. $50 6.
Calves: Receipts. 000 ; market slow;
tops. $12; fair to good. $9.50011;
culls and common, $6.5009.50; grass
ers, $4 0 5.50.
DETROIT Wheat: Cash No. 2 red,
$1.38; May opened with an advance
of 1 l-2c at $1.41 1-2. advanced to $1.42,
declined to $1.41 1-2 and closed at
$1.42; July opened at $1.30, advanced
to $1.30 12 and declined to $1.30; No.
1 white, $1.35.
Corn Cash No. 3. 70c; No. 3 yel
low, 71c; No. 4 yellow, 70c.
Oats Standard. 1 car at 54 l-2c, 2
at 54c; No. 3 write, 53 l-2c; No. 4
white. 52 l-2c.
Rye Cash No. 2. $1.14.
Deans Immediate, prompt and Jan
uary shipment. $2.85; February, $2.95;
Cloverseed Prime spot, $9.60;
March, 500 bags- at $9.75; sample red,
30 bags at $9.25, 24 at $8, 17 at $8.50,
12 at $8.25; prime alsike. $9.30; sam
ple alsike, 13 bags at $7.75, 9 at
Timothy Prime spot, $3.45.
Hay No. 1 timothy, $16016.50;
No. 2, timothy, $14014.50; No. 1
mixed. $13013.50; No. 2 mixed, $100
12; light mixed. $15015.50; No. 1
clover, $13013.50; No. 2 clover, $100
12; rye straw. $7.5008; wheat and oat
straw, $707.50 per ton.
Flour In one-eighth paper sacks,
per 196 lbs., Jobbing lots: Dest pat
ent, $7.10; second patent, $6.60;
straight. $610; spring patent, $7.30;
rye flour, $6.30 per bbl.
Feed In 100-Ib sacks, jobbing lots:
Dran, $28; standard middlings, $28;
fine middlings, $32; coarse cornmeal,
$30; cracked corn, $34; corn and oat
chop, $27 per ton.
Apples Jonathan, $303.50; Bald
win. $2.5002.75; Greening, $2.7503;
Spy $303.25; Steele Red, $3.50; Den
Davis, $1.5001.70 per box; No.. 2, 40
060c per bu.
Rabbits $1.5001.75 per doz.
Cabbage $1.75 per bbl.
Dressed Hogs Light, 8 l-209c;
heavy, 707 l-2c per lb.
Onions $1 per 100 lbs. in bulk and
$1.25 per 100 lbs. in sacks.
Dressed Calves Fancy, 12 1-20)
13c; common, 9010c per lb.
Sweet Potatoes Jersey kiln-dried,
$1.5001.60; hampers, $1.50.
Honey Choice to fancy new, white
comb, 15016c; amber, 10011; ex
tracted, 809c per lb.
Potatoes Carlots, 30033c per bu in
"bulk and 36040c per bu in sacks;
from store, 40045c per bu.
Live Poultry Spring chickens, 130
14c; heavy hens, 12 l-2013c; No. 2
hens, 8c; old roosters, 9010c; ducks,
13014c; geese, 12013c; turkeys, 170
18c per lb.
Cheese Wholesale lots: Michigan
flats, 14014 l-2c; New York flats,
15 1-2015 3-4c; brick, 14014 l-2c;
llmburger, 14 1-2015 l-2c; Imported
Swiss, 30032c; domestic Swiss, 190
20c; long horns, 15015 l-4c; daisies,
15015 l-4c per lb.
Tomatoes Hothouse, 20025c per
lb; Florida, $404.50 per crate and
90 per basket.
Hides No. 1 cured, 18 l-2c; No. 1
green, 16 l-2c; No. 1 cured bulls, 13
l-2c; No. 1 green bulls, 12c; No. 1
cured veal kip, 19c; No. 1 green veal
kip, 17 l-2c; No. 1 cured murrain, 15c;
No. 1 green murrain, 13c; No. 1 cured
calf, 20c; No. 1 green calf, 20c; No. 1
horsehldes, $5; No. 2 horsehides, $4;
No. 2 hides lc and No. 2 kip and calf
1. l-2c lower than the above; sheep
skins, as to amount of wool, 60c
to Feed -flieWoflcl'
f-y TQe wars xeanui devastation ox European
crops has caused an unusual demand for grain
world must be fed and there is an unusual demand
for Canadian wheat. Canada's invitation to every
industrious American is therefore especially attrac
tive. She wants farmers to make money and happy.
prosperous homes for themselves while
to raise immense wheat crops.
You can get a Homestead
other lands can be bought at remarkably
can make with wheat at its present high
ble to continue. During many years Canadian wheat fields have averaged 20
bushels to the acre many yields as high as 45 bushels to the acre. Wonderful
crops also of Oats, Barley and Flax.
Mixed farming is fully as profitable an industry as grain raising. . The excel
lent trasses, full of nutrition, are the onlv food reauired either for beef or diinr
purposes. Ciood scnoois, markets
Military aerriceii not compulsory in Canada, but there it an extra demand for farm if
labor to replace the many young men who
eminent Uui year la urging farmers to
Write for literature and particulars as to reduced railway rates to
viZ-' s oupennienaent immigration,
Canadian Government Agent
We hope it Isn't true that some of
the married men in England went to
war for the sake of peace.
Happy is the home where Red Cross
Ball JSlue is used, fciure to please. All
The Natural Kind.
"What kind of ships do they have
dog watches on?"
"Why, barks, of course."
yorn own inr;:isT wnx tkli, tfoc
Try Murine Kyw K'iu'(ly for KfU. Wenk. Watery
Kycs and (ir.inulut'l Kyi-Hii; No Mijanmn
iiiht Ky rouifort. Writ i.r Hmjk oi Mix Kye
y mail 1'rio. Murine tyo KemeUy Co.. ClUcuu.
"J. hate to ask Jinks about his
"He promptly tells me all about It."
Too Small to Harm.
The Mother I see a triangular tray
to hold a piece of pie unharmed in a
lunch box has been invented.
The Hoy Hut who would harm such
a little piece of pie as you cut, mam
ma? Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle ol
CASTORIA, asafeandsure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletchers Castoria
The Better Method.
The deacons of a church were dis
cussing possible ways of ridding them
selves of an undesirable pastor who
paid no heed to pointed suggestions
that his resignation would be accept
able. Finally one of the deacons said:
"If we make a large reduction In
his salary It would probably have the
effect of making him resign."
"I know a surer way than that,"
said the other deacon. "Let us double
his salary and he will fall dead."
THE PROFESSOR'S STATEMENT.
Prof. Aug. F. W. Schmltz, Thomas,
Okla., writes: "I was troubled with
Backache for about twenty-five years.
When told I had Bright's Disease in
its last stages, I
tried Dodd's Kid
ney Pills. After
using two boxes I
was somewhat re
lieved and I stop
ped the treatment.
In the spring of
the next year I
had another at
tack. I went for
Dodd's Kidney Pills and they relieved
me again. I used three boxes. That
is now three years ago and my Back
ache has not returned in Its severity,
and by using another two boxes a lit
tle later on, the pain left altogether
and I have had no trouble since. You
may use my statement. I recommend
Dodd's Kidney Pills when and wher
ever I can." Dodd's Kidney Pills, 60c.
per box at your dealer or Dodd's Medi
cine Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv.
Bacon I understand in many of the
Chilean cities women are employed as
street car conductors.
Egbert Now I can understand why
men want to crowd the back platforms.
whenever you aro troubled with minor ailmente of the
digestive, organs, that these may soon develop into
more seriou3 sickness. Your future safety, a3 well
as your present comfort may depend on the
quickness with which you seek a corrective remedy.
By common consent of the legion who have tried them,
Beecham's Pills are the most reliable of all family medi
cines. This standard family remedy tones the stomach,
stimulates the sluggish liver, regulates inactive bowels.
Improved digestion, sounder sleep, better looks,
brighter spirits and greater vitality come after the
system has been cleared and the blood purified by .
Cn Larwe Sal W Ay
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