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THE 8EMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
General Pershing Is Quick on
Trigger; Sibert a Tire
EACH HAS BIG MAN'S I0B
Commander In Chief Forces Things
Along at Top Speed, While Sibert
Watches Details and Insists
Field Headquarters, American Ex
peditionary Forces, Franco. Two mon,
both efficient, both trulusfl In the same
school, both in the sanip lino of serv
ice, probably never oiroml stiongor
contrast thiui (ion. John .1. Pershing,
conimnntler of the expedition, unit MuJ.
Gen. William L. .Sibert, division com
mander. Working as a team, whip
ping our troops Into shape for the
grueling struggle awaiting them, It
would bo hard to llnd a better com
bination. Each has a heroic-sized iiiiiii'h
Job and leading u great army In these
days offers ninny inan-.slr.ed jobs,
writes Junius B. Wood In the Chicago
Pershing Ih of the qulck-on-tho-trlg-Kcr
.Sibert will be sure that the powder
Pershing Is of tho dashing type,
nervous, always on the go, like a stir
charged battery, stirring everybody ho
comes In vontnet with, forcing them
along at top speed. lie tells what he
wants. It Is up to the staff he has
picked to see that It Is carried out.
IIo'U ho suro to know tiud they'll know
If It Isn't. lie gives a sharp glance at
a compnny at attention, picks out. a
man whoso oyos aro wandering, tells
the company commander what Is
wrong n few crisp, pointed words
which aro not forgotten and tho com
mander knows how to bring the oth
ers up to standard. Ho also realizes
that he had better. Pershing fought
Moros, administered provinces when an
Iron hand was necessary, rides day
and night In tho Held and In tho ofllcc
holds his conferences through tho day
and reads reports most of tho night.
Sibert a Methodical Worker.
Sibert Is deliberate, methodical, a
tireless worker, watching every detail,
insistent that reports of his under offi
cers be accurate, comprehensive, cov
ering every angle, of tho typo that Is
persistent and sure. Ills volco Is sel
dom raised above Its quiet, even tone.
Ho wnlks through the village street
from his headquarters to his mess each
day at the same gait and tho same
hour. It may bo a momentous Inci
dent that will delay him a minute, or
prevent him from being back at his
desk at the mlnuto ho calculated on.
When ho Inspects a company ho stops
In front of each man. Ills comments
to the commanding officer are fatherly
In tone. Sibert helped build tho Pan
ama canal. Ho Is an engineer with n
4rn1nl,ifv fnt nnn,it-nM, flinf fltr,i-iia
down to thousandths of Inches.
Onco when General Pershing was
making his flying trip of Inspection on
his first visit to tho American army
zone, n smile twitched tho corners of
his stern lips. A sergeant, ono of tho
old-tlmo "non-coms" who knew army
regulations like his lloyle, was drilling
, n plutoon, mostly gawking, raw re
cruits. Out of tho corner of his cyo
ho caw tho general ami n following of
officers striding across tho field In his
"Attention 1" ho shouted in sten
torian tones and tho men mado their
best efforts to nssumo a military poise.
"Brnco up, yer standln' like n lot o'
old wlmmen," growled tho sergeant In
a tono meant only for his men. Tho
general, half n dozen strides ahead of
tho rest of tho party, caught it. Ills
Iron gray mustache could not cover
the smile. He did not criticize that
company. Instead ho veered off to
MELT HEIRLOOMS FOR ARMY
Women From All Over Country Qlvo
Up Keepsakes to Send Gifts
Now York. Old gold and silver now
trlbuted by women In all parts of tho
United States to aid In carrying on tho
work of tho National Special Aid so
ciety, melted, sold for $A100.
Tho gold and silver represented
many heirlooms from old families,
from Mujno to Callfomln. Many of
them, lu sending In their contributions,
Bald thnt the articles contributed wero
of great sentimental vnlue.
This moticy will be used to buy ne
cessities and luxuries, too, for Ameri
can soldiers In military camps urgently
needed. Tho society received a re
quest from one of these camps for (100
sweaters, 800 pairs of socks, !!00 pairs
of gloves, phonographs and other camp
Woman Worked as Farmhand.
Louisville. Aftor laboring for moro
thnn a year as u farmhand In order to
Bupport herself and Infant child, Ada
McCubblno grew tired of such manual
. luar nnd sought; a dlvorco from Da
vid VeCubblnB, a farmer, and her
prnyor wns answered by Judge Wal
lace. Jtfbe for 1,000 Boys.
Llttlff Jtock, Ark. "Boy wanted I"
This Mgn decorates n hundred or more
shop windows. Statisticians have es
timated that 1,000 boys nro needed to
fill jobs in Llttlo Bock. Telegraph
companies are employing girls to carry
d ft 9 nun AFnicn o a
IN UUK litNLKRLo I
On the .same field a sergeant who
had won honors In bayonet fencing
was drilling a company In the art.
General Pershing was Interested. He
wanted to see thnt. It appealed to his
love for action.
A colonel of marines who accom
panied him carried a natty bamboo
cane. That was Just what the gen
eral needed. He took the cane. Then
to the edification of tho officers, also
such of the men as dared glance up
from their work, the general gave a
demonstration of fencing, the life nnd
death style of a battlefield. With the
little cane In his right hand he Jabbed,
lunged, plunged, Jumped forward,
skipped sideways, each thrust Impal
ing an Iniaglnaary foe.
"VIcIoiih, vigorous, that's what's
wanted," he said. "Get the man and
on to the' next one. There'll not be
time In a battle to practice the fine
points of fencing."
General Sibert says that two-thirds
of the time of the staff officers of any
expedition, If It Is run properly, Is de
voted to planning for the comfort and
health of the men. He can tell you
how each company Is billeted, how
many cases of sickness there nre
nmong the expedition, what propor
tion of their Increased pay the men
are saving nnd how the expedition Is
equipped for fighting.
There are two big Jobs with two big
men to fill them. The dashing Persh
ing and the methodical Sibert make n
team that will be hard to beat when
their machine once starts.
URGES CHANNEL TUNNEL
Arthur Fell, tho leader In tho move
ment to construct a tunnel under tho
English channel, Is now working on
plans to bring tho Idea to a head. Ho
recently met representatives from
Franco nud other allied powers and
with them went over the situation.
German Monk in 1701 Fixed
Three Years and Five
Months of Strife.
AMERICAN ENTRY FORETOLD
Document Discovered In Old Monas
tery In Mecklenburg Describes
"Wagons Without Hor6ee" and
. "Fiery Dragons of the Air."
Copenhagen. In tho razing of the
old monastery of tho Holy Ghost In
Wlsmar, Mecklenburg, an old Blblo
was found which contained n remark
able prophecy regarding the present
world wnr. It was written In 1701 by
one of the monks on parchment that
Is now yellow nnd seared with age. It
Is now on exhibition In a glass case In
tho city hall of Wlsmar. So much
publicity has been given to tho pro
phecy In the papers of Germany that
thousands have Hocked to Wlsmar to
The prophecy not only gives tho
cause of the war, but also Indicates
tho countries engaged. Up to tho
present It has been amazingly accu
rate. It does not exactly state that
Germany will ho victorious, but Indi
cates how long tho war will last, when
the decisive battle will he fought, and
where and when peace will come, and
adds that Germany will continue to ex
ist as a power for many years. A
translation of tho writing nn the
parchment Is as follows:
"When Malignity and Hatred Rule"
"Lord, have mercy on thy people de
spite the fact that they aro turning
more and more away from thee; that
they aro destroying thy monasteries
and cloisters and forgetting thee. A
time will como In Europe when these
peoplo will feel the weight of thy
hand, when malignity and hatred will
rule. It will be at a time when the
papal seat will be vacant, and the
conflagration will como as tho result
of tho murder of a prince. Seven nn
tlons will rise against the caglo with
ono head and the eagle with two heads.
Tho birds will defend themselves fu
riously and viciously with their talons,
and their wings will protect their peo
ples. A prince from their very midst,
a sovereign who mounts his horo
from the wrong side, will ho encom
SEVEN KITTENS GET
JOBS IN CONGRESS
Washington. A Job has been
found for Congressman Austin's
secretary's cat's seven kittens.
They will be welcome down on
the floor below In Boprescntn
tlvc Ilulbert's ofllcc. Mice ore
overrunning the place. They
aro as bold as bulldogs. Frank
McEnniiny, Mr. Ilulbert's secre
tary, says they climb on the big
leather chairs and watch him
derisively as he tries to work.
The other night the mice ate up
all tho free seeds that Mr. Hut
bert had for distribution among
his constituents. That Is not
much of a disaster, In view of
the fact that his district In New
York Is ono of the most thickly
populated In the greater city
and the people wouldn't know
what to do with the seeds If ho
sent them on. What Is of Im
portance, though, Is that the
mice also ate up a bas-relief
model of the East river, Hell
Gate and Ward's Island, being
attracted by tho excellent qual
ity of glue In the papier mache.
Hell Gate Is a most precious
thing lu the eyes of this congressman.
DEDUCTIVE TEST IS FAILURE
Scientific Method Adopted by New
York Detectives Admittedly
New York. The first real test ot
tho new method evolved by the New
York detective bureau for proving
crime solely through chemical, sclen-
lifle and analytical deductions resulted
. lu failure In the court of general ses
sions. An Indictment of Vencenzo do
Stefano for ten-year-old Tlllle Brown's
murder was dismissed when chemists
of the central testing laboratories nd-
mlttcd that they had been "too posi
tive" In their statements before tho
grand Jury that they had discovered
Infinitesimal fragments of the strap
used In strangling the child on tho
blade of a knife found In Do Stefono's
DROWNS TRYING TO RESCUE
Scout Master Sinks In Mississippi Riv
er While Bringing Youth
St. Louis. Eugene Ferris, eight
years old, of Alton, a Boy Scout, and
William Strlttnntter, twenty-one, scout
master of a hoys' troop, were drowned
in the Mississippi river a mllo north
Tho scoutmaster, a strong swimmer,
had gone to the aid of young Ferris
when tho latter, in wading nbout, got
Into deep water and was carried out
Into tho river by the current.
Strlt tnatter had taken young Ferris
and eight other boys of his troop on n
hike. Tho boys prevailed on him to.
permit them to get Into tho water, and
he Joined them.
OF WAR'S END
passed by a wall of enemies. Ills
slogan will be 'Onward with God!' The!
Almighty God will lead him from vic
tory to victory and many will meet!
4 1...f .1 ... '
"There will he wagons without
horses, and fiery drngons will fly
through tho air dropping lire and sul
phur and destroying cities nnd vil
lages. Tho peoplo will turn to God,
Tho terrible war will last three years,
and five months. Tho tlmo will come
when food can neither be sold nor
bought, and bread will bo carefully
distributed. Tho seas will bo tinged
with blood and men will llo In wait un
der the waves for their prey."
America's Entry Foretold.
Hero follows a reference to Amcrl
ca, which was In thoso times often re
ferred to as tho "country of the seven
"The people of tho Seven Stars will
attack tho ring of steel and suddenly
fall upon tho bearded nation In the
rear and rend It In twain. The whole
of tho lower Bhlno will tremble, but
nevertheless will endure to the end,
"Tho land to tho west will bo one
vast desolation, and the land In the
ocean will, with Its king, be crushed
and suffer all tho pangs of hunger.
Tho land of tho bearded people will
still enduro for u long time to come,
and following the war the world will
he united lu one great brotherhood.
"Tho victors will carry a cross, and
between four small cities and four
steeples of equal height the decisive
battle will ho fought. Between two
linden trees tho victor will fall upon
his knees before his army, lift his
hands to heaven and thank God. Fol
lowing this all ungodliness will dlsnp
pear; the Indecent dances that pre
vailed before the war will bo seen no
more, and God will reign In church,
state and family.
"Tho war will commence when the
grain Is ripening and will reach Its
height when the cherries bloom for (he
third time. Peace will he consumnml
ed by tho prince In time for tho Christ'
All German newspupora huvo conv
mented on this amazing prophecy,
"It Is remarkable," soya ono paper,
"how accurately this monk has predict
ed events as thoy have thus far occur
red. Wo sincerely hopo that the.
longed-for peace will come, as he says,
In order that vo all may breathe free
Superstition Is wlint prompts some
people to believe tlint n horse shoo
over tho door has moro vulue than a
tock and key.
Peppers have such an appetizing
flavor and are so well liked that a fow
ways of preparing
them will be en
joyed by tho house
wife. Peppers, like
ninny of our vege
tables, aro not of
tive but the piquant
flavor makes them
valuable as an ap
petizer. Peppers stuffed with various
chopped vegetables and seasoned
highly, then pickled wero known and
enjoyed on our grandmothers' tables.
Original Salad Cut- Into bits two
or three ripe penrs, and the same
amount of good, well flavored apple,
add ono green pepper cut In shreds;
a hnndful of walnuts or any nuts de
sired, then dress with French dress
ing, using one part vinegar to threo
parts oil, mix and season with snlt
and a few dashes of paprika ; chill and
serve In nests of lettuce, cress or In
Green Pepper Sandwich. Mince fine,
two large green peppers after remov
ing the seeds and pith. Add the
chopped pepper to a cupful of mayon
naise dressing which has been flavored
with minced ctilves and parsley. Cut
thin slices of sandwich bread, sprend
with butter and then put on a layer
of the sandwich filling, place a sllco
of buttered bread on each and put
away with a damp cloth laid over tho
sandwiches until ready to serve.
Pepper Entree. Take sufllcieut pep
pers to serve, allowing a half pepper
for each person. Remove the seeds
and pith and parboil for ten minutes.
Prepare enough mushrooms to fill the
peppers. Make a white sauce, using
two tnblespooufuls each of butter nnd
flour, when the butter is bubbling hot
ndd the flour nnd when thick add n
pint of rich milk. Season with salt and
pepper nnd add the mushrooms. Fill
me pepper cups with this mixture nnd
sprinkle with well buttered crumbs.
Brown In a brisk oven."
Pepper Salad. Cut peppers In
halves, remove the seeds and pith nnd
drop Into Icewater to stand until ready
to fill. Drain well before filling with
the following : Equal parts of finely
chopped cucumber nnd celery with n
tablespoonful or two of chopped onion
with a half cupful of pecan meats.
Don't worry nbout what the world
thinks ot you. Tho world has several
billions ot other people to think nbout.
An tdlo rumor nlwnys gains cur
rency, which Is more than can bo said
of nn Idle mnn.
FOR MEATLESS DAYS.
As the high price of eggs will not
warrant an extravagant use of them to
take the place of meat,
we will have to confine
ourselves moro often to
the nutritious cheese and
nuts with vegetables In
Green Pea Soup. Bub
a can of pens, home
canned, through a sieve;
a pint will be sufficient
for tho ordlnnry family.
Season tho pulp to tnsto
with onion, snlt nnd pepper. Cook the
onion In a little hot fat; add this to
ono tablespoonful of flour, mix smooth
ly nnd add a pint of stock or water.
Cook five minutes, add the puree of
peas, heat all together and servo with
fingers of toasted bread.
Baked Corn With Cheese. Talto
two cupfuls of grated eornrudd u well
beaten egg, two tablespoonfuls of melt
ed butter, pepper and salt to taste,
add a cupful of milk ; mix all together
and pour Into a well-buttered baking
dish, cover with grated cheese, and
over this a layer of buttered crumbs.
Bako 2.r) minutes or until tho crumbs
Sour Cream Slaw. Shi'od cabbage
very line and plunge Into cold water,
let stand until very crisp, drain and
cover with a cupful of thick, sour
cream heated with two eggs beaten to
make them light ; add two tablespoon
fuls of vinegar, two tablespoonfuls of
butter, a teaspoonful of salt and a few
dashes of red pepper. Cover the
drained cabbage with the hot sauce.
Rice Croquettes, Cheese Sauce.
Cook a linlf-cupful of rice until half
done In enough water to keep moist,
season, then add one nnd n fourth cup
fuls of milk and cook until It Is nil ab
sorbed. Add one-fourth cupful of
white sauce, and make Into rolls. Boll
In crumbs and fry In deep fat. Serve
with a white sauce made rich with
Stuffed Green Peppers, Select four
or six large peppers, remove seeds and
Inner membrane. Fill with cooked
rice nnd nuts with tomato; or green
pens In a cream white sauce makes n
delicious tilling. Left-over meats may
he chopped una combined with crumbs
and scimuilug making nuothcr good
Almond and Cabbage Salad. Take
one small, firm head of cabbage ono
cupful of blanched almonds, one cup
ful of sour cream, salt and paprika.
Shave the cabbage very fine, cut al
monds lu halves and mix with the
cabbage; season with salt ami pepper
When ready to serve add the sotu
cream. Serve with crnclcers and cream
The best thing to tejee people out of
tholr old worries Is to go to work nnd
find how other folks worries nre get
This delicious nut lends Itself In s'j
many ways lu cookery that It should
occupy a mucli larger
place on our tables.
Chestnut Soup. Shell
and blanch CO vr 70
good chestnuts, remove
the Inner skin and put
them on to simmer In a
quart of good stock!
When tender rub through
a puree sieve moistonlm;
the puree as you do so
with the stock. Boll
again then simmer on the back part of
the stove, season to taste, add a few
tablespoonfuls of cream or an egg
beaten nnd added to a little milk:
Serve with croutons. French rook'
often brown the chestnuts lu a little
fat before cooking them in slock, thi
changing the flavor us well as the colo;
somewhat. A bouquet of herbs may
ho used for seasoning.
Cooked chestnuts used with appK'
and celery as In a Waldorf salad is i
most tasty salad. A few other null
may be added for flavor If desired,
which will Improve tho salad.
Chestnut Sauce to Serve With Tun
key. To three tablespoonfuls of the
fat left lu the roasting pan add two
tablespoonfuls of flour, stir until
frothy, scraping the pan to remove all
tho glaze. Pour Into this a cupful
of potato water left from tho potntou:)
when cooking, ns this Is rich In min
eral salts, stir and cook until thick,
season with salt and pepper, nnd ndij
a pint of mashed chestnuts which
hnvc been well cooked, together wlt'
a teaspoonful of chilli sauce. Pour
Into a snuccbont and serve with thrf
Chestnut Custard. To a cupful of
chestnut pulp, add the yolks of three
eggs, one beaten white, one cupful of
rich milk, a little Havering and sugar
to taste. Pour Into a buttered dish
and bake slowly. Muko a merlnguo
with the other two whites and two
tablespoonfuls of sugar, spread It ovqr
the custurd and brown In the oven.
Chestnuts preserved in n lemon sirup
make a most delicious conserve to ndd
to various frozen dishes or as a gar
nish for desserts.
Where the nuts are plentiful, Just
boiled then skinned and mashed add
ing butter and salt, they make a flno
vegetable to serve with meats.
The only man who can successfully
combine business nnd pleasure Is tho
man whoso pleasure Is business.
Ono of tho drawbacks of success Is
that It often has a strln? lied to It.
There aro few dishes more econom
ical than salads well made, as they
use n variety of
foods, with a good
making a most
There Is an Impor
tant thing to re
in e m b e r w h e n
using olive oil, It
must bo good or
the sulnd will be ruined. Mnny peoplo
have had their taste spoiled for
French or a mayonnaise dressing be
cause rancid or inferior oil has been
used. Such a prejudice Is hurd to
overcome, more's tho pity, for oil
dressing is so delicious that It Is n
crime not to be able to enjoy It.
Cheese and Pea Salad. Take n quar
ter of a pound of crenm cheese, one
can of pens, two small onions, threo
sweet pickles, three sour pickles, some
crisp lettuce, half a cupful of chopped
nuts, and all mixed together with n
good salad dressing.
Pineapple, Cheese and Nut Salad.
Take slices of pineapple from the can,
fill the centers with grnted cheese,
cover with French dressing, and
sprinkle with chopped nuts nnd pars
ley. To muko French dressing, tho
amount of vinegar or lemon Juice Is
varied to suit the character of the
salad. A salad which Is acid will need
but little added to the oil. Ono table
spoonful of lemon Juice to three of
olive oil. salt and paprika or red pep
per to tiy?te, with occasional use of
onion Juice, a pinch of mustard or
Salmon Salad. Take one can of sal
mon, four cold boiled potatoes, three
sweet pickles, two cupfuls of cabhnge
finely chopped and nny desired dress
lug. Cut the potntos3 and pickles Into
small pieces and mix with tho salmon
which has been tlaked and tho bones
removed; mix with a good boiled
Dainty Chicken Salad. To ono cup
ful of cold cooked chicken cut la smnll
plcceB, ndd ono cupful of walnut meats,
ono cupful of peas and n cupful of
mnyonnnlso dressing nnd a few
chopped olives. Mix and nrrnngo on
crisp lettuce leaves. Gnrnlsh with
Suffered For Years
Back and Kidneys Were in
Bad Shape, But Doan's
Removed all (he Trouble.
"My kidneys were so weak that the
lenst cold 1 caught would affect thorn
and start my back aching until I
could hardly endure the misery," says
Mrs. D. C. Boss, 073 Fultou St., Brook
lyn, N. Y. "In the morning when I
nrst got up, my uacic
was so lame, 1 could
hardly bend over nnd
any move sent darts of
pam through my kid
neys. It was hard for
me to walk up stairs or
stoop, nnd to move
while lying down tent
darts of pain through
"'The kidney sccrc- MRS-R0SS ,
tions were Bcanty and distressing and
the water remained in my system, mak
ing my feet and hands swell. There
were dark circles under my eyes and
I became so dizzy I could hnrdly see.
I had rheumatic pains in my kncea and
it was nil I could do to get around.
For years I was in that shape nnd I
wore plasters nnd used nil kinds of
medicine to no avail until I tried
Doan's Kidney Pills. They rid mo
of the trouble and strengthened my
bdek nnd kidneys. When I hnvo taken
Doan's since, they have always bene
Sworn to before me.
L. N. VAUGIIAN, Notary Public.
Get Doan's at Any Store, 60c a Bos
FOSTER-M1LBURN CO., BUFFALO, N. Y.
ITED WOMEN AS DANGEROUS
German Writer Alluded to United
States Feminism as Certain
Ruin and Degradation.
There Is some Interest, If not equal
Importance, In tho fact that America,
reputed throughout the world as tho
land of feminism, the land of privi
leged womanhood-, Is at war with tho
country In which the claims of femi
nism nre most universally and violent
ly detested nnd the clnlms of mascu
llnism most loudly asserted nnd gen
erally accepted, says the Philadelphia
Ilerr Vocchtlng wrote n book a fow
years ago on "The American Cult of
Woman," In which ho congratulated
his own Germany on being safe from
the danger that was engulfing the
United States In ruin nnd degradation.
If we acknowledge tho awful impeach
ment brought against us out of the
logic of Kultur, what shall wo say on
our part of that mascullnlsm which
expresses Itself nmong tho men of
Germany In a horrified nnd angry out
cry against the "treachery" and "un
worthiness" of Qerman women In per
forming little acts of kindness nnd hu
mnnity for the prisoners within tho
So dominant Is this mascullnlsm In
Cue kaiser's empire that women them
selves are among Its stanchest adher
ents. No other land could ever make
a creed of subjecting to constant In
sult and cruelty the helpless and tho
wounded. The mascullnlsm of Amer
ica Is of a different sort, despite tho
gloating assertion of Herr Voechtlng
that we have sunk too low to lay claim'
to anything of such a title. We prefer
our own variety.
BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP
will quiet your cough, sootho the in
flammation of a soro throat and lunge,
stop irritation In tho bronchial tubes.
Inspiring a good night's rest, free from
coughing and with ensy expectoration
in the morning. Made and sold In
America for fifty-two years. A won
derful prescription, assisting Nature in
building up your general health and
throwing off the disease. Especially
useful In lung trouble, nsthmn, cronp,
bronchitis, etc. For sale In nil civil
ized countries. Adv.
For the Soldiers.
Mae Are you knitting for the sol
diers? Fne Oh.yesl the lovllest light blue
sweater, which nono of them can fall
to admire when they seo me with
THE BEST BEAUTY DOCTOR
Is Cutlcura for Purifying and Beauti
fying the Skin Trial Free.
For cleansing, purifying and beauti
fying the complexion, hands and hair,
Cutlcura Soap with touches of Cutl
cura Ointment now and then nfford tho
most effective preparations at tho mini
mum of cost. No massaging, steaming
creaming, or waste of time.
Free sample each by mall with Book.
Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere. Adv.
Not Much, Either.
"Harry has nothing to talk about
"Why tho exception?"
It takes a pretty active man to
make good his matrimonial campaign
WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS.
Every woman takes great pride In
having her homo well kept, in having
tho family wash done early lu tho
week. Good bluing Is needed oven
moro than good soap. Bo sure to use
Bed Cross Ball Blue. Adv.
A Pittsburgh banquet recently bad
Pnnhury, Conn., lint factories nre
(w "open shop."
When Your Eyes Need Care
Try Murine Eye Remedy
No smarting- Juat Bye Comfort. 60 cent at
Prnrffttt or mall. Writ for I'rea Hro Hook.
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