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THE LOYAL DINER
ensues a. - c«h--v - *
J1H55. Ai na Trplott
Grand Opcnii g was Saturday.
Ser'-nih r 25*h. The Loyal D'ner j
«t 2210 North 21 h t„ under on
t'r jy n< w m’rr (joint n'. Mrs.
A! . a T.i l ft rnd Mrs. Hu!en
V. , ore T : t.i ing Coo l Homo I
Cooking, >tr , ..r d ond re ved in
til'! ("oXi- t ty'o.
Ono tty is a’l we are asking—
after thst, we n ed ti say no
more. Cur service will speak for
; vx r.'.rr iiar.'ra with
AT LOW COST
O Say goodbye to ashes and
uneven heat this winter — en
joy the comfort of clean, con
trolled, healthful oil heat. The
Norge lleat Circulator is ns
economical to operate as a
■ messy, old-fashioned coal stove
and actually saves you money
In cleaning bills and labor.
See these beautiful heaters
today. A sire for every need
from one room up to five.
See Your Nearest Norge Doale:
A. Y. McDonald
BEFORE AND AFTER
Why not admit it? Criticism
makes one mad.
Dreams no more come true than
One swallow will cat 3,000 to 4,000
mosquitoes a day.
Sometimes a friendship begins
with no more than a smile.
Men who feel that they have too
much modesty execrate it.
Too many would mend the world
by shattering it to pieces.
Do men diet? If they do, they
tell all their friends about k.
“Dove will find a way" into trou
ble but not so easily out of it.
Rescue the under dog in a dog
fight, but better do it with a pole.
V.'hen you get to the end of your
, v, lie a knot in it and hang on.
D <nrnark has re. trictad the bn
), ;. i,,on of hairpins and seaweed.
We ought really to envy the man
vmo is not const1 ous of having any
It is roteworthy that a doughnut
v. .ut a hole in it is not very
Don't expect child hncss to dis
a p?ar from among grown people.
U will not.
I i creature, human or otherwise,
t ... w.loonva you quits as whole
heartouly as a dog.
If you have savage opinions, peo
ple will be hypocritical to you to
keep on good terms.
Best way to know what is going
on in a ci*y is to belong to Us
Chamber of Commerce.
If evolution had permitted ur, to
retain cur tails, there would 1 ' on
"Etiquette of the Tail."
That red mark across your f ire
head shows what kind of a straw
hut you shouldn't have got.
Funniest tiling in any country is
to 6oe a "revolution" undertaken
without the aid of the people.
Plant Breeding Methods
Hard to Use on Animals
Inbreeding and outbreeding are
the basis of modern plant breed
ing, say scientists in the United
Stutcs Department of Agriculture
who study Inheritance. Theoret
ically they should give comparable
results with animals to which they
have been applied much less. Both
are discussed in the 1930 Depart
Inbreeding is mating closely re
lated individuals, such as brothers
with sisters, or fathers with daugh
ters. the resulting offspring being
superior or inferior in many ways.
Outbreeding, the mating of unrelat
ed individuals, Is a means of sud
denly leveling family differences
and starting a new family.
Some experiments with inbreed
ing and outbreeding of animals on
a scale comparable to that with
plants have been begun. Inbreed
ing of guinea pigs at the National
Research Center of the Depart
ment of Agriculture at Bcltsville.
Md., is a classic example. Some
work has been done with larger
animals, but it has been tentative,
halting, and partial because of the
practical drawbacks of cost, time,
and lack of adequate numbers of
Animal breeding to advance, say
forward looking breeders, should
be along the path of modem plant
Country Boy—Say, mister, can
you tell me what an orator is?
Man—Sure. H's a fellow who Is
always ready to lay down your fffe
for his country.—Windsor Star.
F KING 1
FRESH FROZEN I
J Sbessettr^ |
7'+i_^4 &■% jRT*
Now On Sale at |
mum DBBfi co.
1406 N. 24th JA 7183 |
The man that broke the first llnk
in the chain of savory. After kiss.
ing a little black boy on the head,
bo remarked, “I willingly go to the
gallows; tnat you may nave a
chance in life.”
RED MARROW BONES
ARE BLOOD MAKERS
The University of Chicago sur
geons who recently reported to the
American Medical association their
discovery that blood cells are made
only in the marrow of bones main
tained at all times at body heat,
have given valuable now informa
tion to med'eal science. It was al
ready known, notea a writer in
Pathfinder Magazine, tha' only
bones w.th red marrow are blood
makers and that all the bones in
the body have red marrow a', birth
But why the bones in the extremi
ties should drop this function and
why their marrow should turn yel
low a few years after birth was no:
known. In their experiments, how
ever, these Chicago scientist
placed rats in incubators and fcun
that when all the bones in the boci;
were kept at body tempera tun
they once more began to produce
The most evident result of this
discovery is the basic support it
gives the new method of treating
diseases by producing an artificial
fever. Experiments with this fe
ver treatment indicate that by rais
ing the temperature of the body
more blood cells are produced
which aid in fighting off disease.
This seems to hook up very def
initely with wliai is noA known uf
the blood-milking function of worm
bones. However. ; cars of e::p -r-i
mentatkm are necessary to prove
the actual practical value ui th?
Shark Fi.Mrj Profitable
Norwegian fishermen rei -.t tint
shark fishing oil the Shetland Is
lands is now more profit able than
trawling. They say that this sea
son they have been able to make
catches worth $3,500 to $4,000 In a
few days. Large galvanizcd-iron
swivel hooks 50 fathoms apart on
stout lines are baited with had
docks. The sharks, from ten to
fourteen feet long, are hauled
aboard by means of derricks. Ev
ery part of the fish is used, flesh
being salted for food and skin pre
served as fine leather. While the
shark lines are in the sea the fish
ermen shoot dolphins, which are
used as food on silver-fcx farms.
! Small Wives “Bully”
Mates; Called Best
Aberdeen. — Small women
I make the best wives, according
to, the Right Reverend Mr. Fred
eric L. Deane, Protestant bishop
He advised Shetland islands
j schoolboys that if the-y wished to
“live good, useful and long
lives,” they should choose a bride
of about live feet in height , .
“It generally is better when a
wife is ‘top dog’ in the home,”
Bishop Deane declared. “Small
wives can ‘bully‘ their husbands.*
but big wives are nearly always
bullied, even by small.husbahds.”
Why a Man Love* Hia Dog
You have no rival In your dog's
affections—his love Is all yours,
lie never tells you his troubles. He
trusts you to the uttermost with a
faith that Is wonderful, blind. In
explicable. lie Is polite nnd thaftks
you with his tall for every kind
word you give him. You do not
have to make company of him. lie
thinks that whatever you do Is all
right. Me will follow you to the
end of the earth, lie respects your
moods nnd tries to please you. He
never pries Into your secrets and
does not constantly tell you his
troubles, lie misses you when you
are away and always welcomes
Cropping Dors Ears Barred
The cruel cropping of dogs' ears,
to give them a more alert and
"classy” appearance, is legally
banned in six or seven states in the
United States. So painful are the
after effects of the operation thal
many of the leading veterinarians
of the United States refuse to per
Must Have the Sand^
"Man is like an hour-glass.”
"No earthly good without sand.">
A system of stenography was de
vised by Dr. Timothy Bright, pub
lished In 15S3 and dedicated to
Queen Elizabeth. lie was rewarded
with a Yorkshire living and given
sole right for 15 years to publish
and teach any new methods of char
Even the man who c'. lims to have
orgotteu ever.' thing he learned In
ctiool Is likely to remember that
the Pilgrim j leaded at Plymouth
Hock, and (Hal ;!:p flghti- * of the
American Povo’ < n beg.ui with a
muster of JL.nntc iutn on Lexington
Signers of Declaration
Half of the 5<5 signers of the Dec
laration of Independence were col
lege bred; 16 had classical educa
Hon, two were instructed entirely
! by tutors and 16 had little learning.
Come to Raybon’s for home
cooked meals and delicious
home made pies.
_1922 No. 24th St.
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WOMEN TAKING OVER
MANY AUSTRIAN JOBS
Women are making such rapid
Inroads Into Austrian trades and
professions that some men fear lu
a few years they will lose control
of nil key positions, asserts a Vi
etina United I’ress correspondent.
A recent census of all trades and
professions showed the npprnxl
mate •geiiderial" division of two
thirds men and one-third women. .
At the rate women have beet
nenetrarlng the higher-paid prnfes
slons since the war it is feared tin
percentage soon will he' reversed
because ns the women advance t<
hotter positions they engage fern
Inlne assistants Instead of men.
The women, as might be expect
ed. dominate certain trades !!!;•
ladies' tailoring, clerking and
stenography, lutt the astoundin'
dung is that lit per cent of the
country’s pharmacists are women
3 per cent of the country's doc
tors. to.2 per cent of the dentists
and 3.1 (ter cent of the lawyers.
One fourth of Austria’s prlvntr
instructors, musicians writers and
iournalists are women while evet
in the field of enginering there nrt
3d accredited feminine engineers
In addition, there arc 13 eon
tractors. 175 mall carriers. 15’
rhatiffenrs and eight chimney
In the textile Industry 110 to Rh
per cent of (lie workers nre worn
•'n, while one.third of the tola)
farmers nr. female.
Structure Euilt in 1SI3
to Rfs'iirs Its Old Form
Gr&an Bay,. Wls. — The "T" wing
of Fort Howard hospital, built in
1810, is being restored as nearly
as possible to a semblance of its
original state for a storehouse of
antiques connected with personali
ties prominent in the 300-year his
tory of the white man’s occupation
of this region.
Fort Howard once was the cen
ter of military, social and civic
1 affairs for a wide area here.
Protests Trainmen 4
Using Rest Room
Raleigh, N. C., Sept 22 (Ja?. A.
Boykins for CNA)—Dr. T. L. Scott
of this city has sent a protest to
the Southern Railway headquarters
>n Washington in connection with
the invasion and use of the jim
row women’s rest room on a train }
between Atlanta, end Greenville,
S. C., last July 24lh by a white
•lilroad employee for tho purpose
changing hb clothes.
The man invaded the rest room
while it was be.'ng us;-d by a woman
Dasscnger, who screemed and told
him to got out. The inc:dent was
promptly reported to the conductor
in tho train.
Sec MOi Firs!
Everyday is Fa'e Day at Andy’s
1933 Chev. Town Sedan $458
11)35 Ford V8 Coupe 385
*936 Ford Tour Sedan Radio,
1934 Olds S»dan, Radio
new tiros 31)5
1934 Ford V8 Tudor or Sedan 265
1933 Chev. Sedan or Coupe 275
19?:; Ply. Sedan or Coach 275
1922 Chev. Coupe or Coach 175
1932 Ford V8 Tudor or Coupe 195
1931 Chev. Coupe or Coach 145
1930 Chev. Sedan 125
V'29 Chev. Sedan or Coach 95
1930 Ford Coupe 85
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