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IN ASIA MINOR iocd Wsman Phytfoten Trite V OWMft A#ah, Known a* 1 worn." Tyrtut of Kw MUMB i 'Mm to Kill Anyone Who AMi A1 ring Armsnlana In Any Way— l«"? Norton Contracts Tracham# 4 Wim» "meWif €lifldrw. K s Tart.—If science attntaally In eheckteg the ravafw ancient $25 .00 Cash. November Payment $20.00 December Payment $20.0QL~~.i January Payment $20.0(1 February Payment Records on the Phonograph you have. at Ma- sa*f«MMttaitib*af hmnan ts, the achievement will be due ami* Sftftstra to Dr. Blanche ^a&AVtttiKftawoauiparateteo. f•:, Mnalf sstmaifrnl tea lisease 1 traattaf Gfcwat and AjmmMmot (h fll War BMt viMMytan KnVIMi U W la Minor coast of the Black sea. lib wiMfti n%*m •t attack otwUMlf J** to CodMMMOMfeAt and ««r- tcoo ^painful known to physicians—she con tinued her efforts In behalf of the tra chomous thousands of the Levant. As a result, a hospital has been opened (n the Sultan's capital capable of car ing for about 400 Greek and Armenian orphans at one time. p^Ultona^ JOIN OUR We will deliver to your home at once or hold and deliver on Christmas day a $150.00 Brunswick on the following terms, $5.00 worth of Records Free. We Can Supply This Brunswick la Mahogany or Oak I'WgH fafhes, width 19 inches, depth 21 inches. JTquIppgij wftti neulp developed single diaphram Ultona all-record reproducer, and the new Avt£ ftll-wood Tone Amplifier, Tone Modifier, strong double-spripg rrrtor, Inch turntable, automatic stop, trimmings nickle plated. frhere are 125 satisfied Brunswick owners in Lake County. Remember the next best thing if you haven't The Brunswick Phonograph plays all records at their beat. ferunswick Records play on all phonographs with steel or fibre nrrril— In recognition of her service at Ker asoom, where her patients were large Iv orphans of Greek parentage, the Ireek government conferred on her the War Cross of King George—the 8 rst woman to be so honored. 28 Per Cent Of Children $20.00 $20.00 $15.00 $10.00. Other Price Models in Proportion. a Brunswick is Brunswick MOTE—Make your first payment today. Entertain yourself and family tkis Winter. SYVERSON & SCHNACK The Brunswick Dealers Afflicted. "Trachoma is more prevalent and a greater menace than we realise*" Dr. Norton dechrel on returning to New York to complete her treatment "In the Armenia and Greek orphan ages in Constantinople an extensive survey revealed more than 25 per cent -ease. In addition, there are thou sands of adults and Turkish children 'n the city who become Infected." The high degree of contagion of tra choma, according to Dr. Norton, is one of its worst aspects. She canght It when one of the children she was treating was seized with a violent tit of sneezing and shook a tiny molecule of the dlscharg* ttrm Inflicted on those tiny little waifs 1b the damp schoolhouse cellar in Kera soom where they were segregated." "Tyrant of Keraaoom." It was while treating these orphans that Tfr. Norton met Osman Ag&fc, "the tyrant of Kerasoom," an erstwhile fish erman who foofit In the World war, returned with a wooden leg, and be came a hero in the eyes of his tuwil people. "He is the moat fearful creature I over saw," she said. "The nattm Christians that have so far escaped his wrath live in abject terror of Mm of the band of mountain robbers he has surrounded himself with, "Few Armenians are left la tha town. Most of them died of starva tion in the streets, with no one to help i them. For Osman had promised to have killed Immediately anyone who of the children suffering from the die- might dare to feed or aid them in any way. He has placed oil and gasoline all about the outskirts of the town and had threatened to set it allre tflff drag all the Greek population to the mountains if allied warships or hilled troops attempt to move against him. He is holding the leading Greeks at the city as hostages. No Christian is allowed to leave the city. Maatapha Ms eyes into I Kemal himself could not move Mm, hers. for Osman acknowledges no ooe to be ybe it is a good thing that hl« master. He is the most kbsolut* the disease, however,* she said, tyrant that, I believe, has existed since "I begin to think that sometimes It i the days of imperial Rome. lewefl for a doctor to snfffer Aim the "The brigands that this creature has Msme he or she treuts ta Stay ex- gathered about him are at once the Wffi I had to littdfetgo tha treat- i stoat fearful and the moat of oto I have ever Men." Elwoodt icwu MIlMMHIffMfflMIMMNIIMIIIMtllMIMilllll Ullarch Paymerft April PaymeiH May Payment Jnno Payment s f*w til electricity to Restore Youth. No little Interest is being taken ta tiie electrical instruments for the use of dentists and surgeons, and in this connection it is permissible to refer to the worldwide curiosity which is felt relative to the claim made by Dr. Bugen Steinbach of the Universi ty of Vienna that he can restore youth to the aged by the X-ray. The full merits of this treatment are yet to be determined, as Is the efficacy of the patent taken out by young Edward M. Hubbard of Seattle for a process of generating electricity from the air by means of a dynamo weighing only forty pounds. Hubbard says his invention will revolutionise the uses of electricity In the home, of fice, etc., for by It every householder shall be able to make bis own heat for cooking and house heating and shall be dependent on nothing but air for hfa supplies. i i»IMnffrta w»nii it hi 1 'W •4' Death In the Midst of Qayety. Richmond, Ind.—Myrtle Blddle, aged eighteen, tried on her Halloween party costume to shew it to her two little brothers. Spark?* from burnt cork she waa using to bisf ken her face set fire to It add she w is burned to death. Brasilia* "Varmint" Caught. Shelby, Ky.—A Brazilian maneipial, ah animal rtv? sire of a rat but re sembling a 'ftnssum. was found in a bunch of bananas here and is on hibfthm. OLD NORSE MYTH Describes the End of All Visible I Creation, Ample Warning to B« Given Before th# Great Day of Deetmctlon—New Meawe*- and New tiirlli to Arise. Uaunarok. the twilight of the godst is an old myth of the N'orae gods. It was a firm belief of the northern na* tions that a time would come when all the visible creation, the gods of Valr lialla and Niflheim, the Inhabitants of Jotunlieim, Elfheim and Midgard, to gether with their habitatioua, would ba destroyed. The fearful day of de* strnction will not, however, be with* out warning. First will come a triple winter, according to the myth, during which snow will fall from the four cor* ners of the heavens, the frost severe the wind piercing, the weather tempest tuous and the sun will impart no gladi nesa Three such winters will past without being tempered by a singl* summer, the story goes. Three other similar winters will follow, during which war and discord will sprea| over the universe. The earth itself will be afraid and begin to tremble^ the sea will leave its basin, the heavfc ens will tear asunder men will pet* ish in great numbers, and the eaglet of the air will feart: upon their suil quivering bodies. Then the wolf Fer ri.s will break his bonds, the Midgart serpent will rise out of his bed in the sea and Loki, released from his bond% will join the enemies of the god& Amidst the general devastation the sons of Muspeihelm will rush forth ui» der their leader Surter, before and b** hind whom are flames and burning flrfc And, according to the myth, they will ride onward over Bl frost, the rainbow bridge, which breaks under the horsetf hoofs. But they, disregarding its fall, direct their course to the battlefield called Vlgrid. Thither also repair tho wolf Fenris, the Midgard serpent, Loki, with all the followers *t Heta. and the Frost giants. Heimdall now staads up and sounds the Giallar horn to assemble the godi and heroes for the contest. The goda advance, led by Odin, who, engaging the woif Fenris, falls victim to the monster. Fenris is, in turn, slain by Vithar, Odin's son. Thor wins great renown by killing the Midgard serpent, but, recoiling, falls dead, suffocated with the venom which the dying mo#» ster vomits over him. Loki and Hein* dall meet and fight till they both aPO slain. The gods and their enemies having fallen in battle, Surter, who has killed Freyr, darts fire and flames over the world, and the universe is eoa sumed. The sun grows dim, the eartfi sinks into the ocean, the stars fall from the heavens and time is no mora, so the story runs. After this Alfsdur, ttw Almighty w*i cause a new heaven and a new earth to arise out of the sea. The new earth, filled with abundant supplies, I will produce its fruits without labor or care. Wickedness and misery will no more be known and the gods and men will live happily together, so this myth of the Norsemen. Smaati-Up Oidttt B. Regan, former pmpilettP Of the Hotel Knickerbocker, has Just returned from England after s success ful test of his electrical devlco u mie vent accidents on railroads. The teat was made on the Great Eastern raft* way. Mr. Began said the device waa attached to a 14-car train and with no one on board the locomotive, at a speed of 6& miles an hour, approached a stalled train. It automatically st*p ped when several hundred yards awny. Mr. Regan added that the test took place before J. H. Thomas, head ef the Railroad Workers of Enginnd. arid several moving plctu*» operators, wtt* flfpired there mi|fht be a wreck. "If the device had failed to vorl^, it would have been some picture," Mr .—New York Tiroes*, *. Travel 8,000 Mites So lild WiN Be American Omaha, Neb. Fearing to ieave any question as to the citizenship of their e* petted child, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Byam came to Oqaafca from Mon tevideo, Uruguay, and little Joeann first blinked her eyes In an American hospital in this city. 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