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WESTON, OBEfl ON, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 191G.
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Brief tee cf General News
liVaKewt Items of Ail Nations and
Pacific Northwest Condensed
for Our Busy Readers.
British hammer desperately at Ger
man third Una, but maka Utile prog'
, The body of the UU Yuan Shi gal
waa carried In tta and laid away
with bit ancestor.
Reward aggregating U,000 are
V (Tared for the perpetrator of the Ban
ranclaeo boroo outrage.
lien who eoneelved the Idea of sub-
Annrlne merchant ihlpe are said to
rhavo made 13,000,000 out of It.
81 Hrltlah trawler were sunk by
'German submarines on un fcngusn
- . . .
: coast on JUiy n, aaya Herman ao-
a ml rally statement.
4 The Dutch steamship Mas haa been
ftaunk near the North IIIndr light as
lihe result of striking amine. Ten
members of the vessels crew were
7lgn affairs of Russia, has resigned.
". I, - I- -A.i l. II. la Vlxllmtm.
rl. HHwmwi 2 i. . "
Jvllch Sturmer, the premier, who baa
taken over we owe.
rhlr.iro wltneeeed the hotteet
weather o far thi year when the
thermometer reached 93 at u a. m.
f traliona but none waa serious.,
1 June , record for poetai savings in
I New Jferk City were eclipsed last
f month when a nl gain or more mm
' 3,8),0o0 waa roiled up, quadrupling
I. m . ansa?
iUte net increase lor eune, jvio.
, Negotiations between the United
. J States and Denmark for the purehate
',: of the Danlah Weet Indie are onder
r stood to have reached a aUgo where
V fk ft nit development my come soon.
Emperor William, it ia omdaliy an
nounced, haa moved from the We tern
. to the Eastern theater of the war. He
waa accompanied by the chief of the
general staff of th army in me new.
Representative Dill proteeted to the
secretary of War against in retention
of the Washington National Guard at
Calexleo, one of the hotteet apoU on
the border, lie asked that the regi
ment be traiwferred to ome more
- Under the menace of a heavy Rus
sian assault the Austrian in the Car
- oathlans. In the region of Bukowlna,
aoutheast of Tatarowa. have with
drawn toward the ' main rldgo of the
Carpathian Thla waa officially an-
bounced by the Austrian war nice.
One of the oldest. If not the oldest
man oa the racifle Coast died at Pen
dleton. Or..' when Ayooshakataagom,
the veteran Cayuse Indian, passed on
to 4he happy hunting ground. He
wa reputed to be 120 years old, and
his memory dated back lo events which
happened during the war of 18ISV
The Idaho delegation will confer
with Secretary Lane and urge that one
of three mining experiment stations
for which $76,000 has been appropri
, ated, be eatabfshed at Moscow, Idaho,
or Butt, Mont
Instruction In military science Is to
be Included In undergraduate mstruc
, tlon at Stanford University, Palo AlyO,
CaL, of which David Starr Jordan, pa
, cinclutr'-of. .international reputation. Is
now chancellor emeritus
Canada's consumption of alcoholic
.J ltmrairnd Hrr.nnerl from .872 of a gal-
Ion per capita to .745 per capita In the
fiscal year just enoea, according w
J the loland Revenue department The
t consumption of tobacco also shows a
'. falling off from 8.427 pounds to 8.829
r pounds per capita.
' The first official announcement that
Great Britain had captured a German
submarine otth U-85 class waa made
In the house of: commons by Thorns
KcNamara, financial secretary of the
admiralty. He Said that one of these
vessels would be brought to London to
be viewed by the public.
, Twelve ona-gsllon cans of whsky,
shipped In a trunk aa baggage from
San Francisco to Portland, were seised
by city detectives following long hours
of watchful waiting. Julius Rsndauo,
a Spaniard, la undor arrest, charged
with "receiving a consignment , of
liquor not properly labeled."
Californlans deposited in their state
banks the fiscal year ending June 80,
897,896,168 more than they did the
last fiscal year, while at the aame time
the (resources of the state banka In
creased $88,985,882 over the last fiscal
yssri -according to the annual report of
the state bank superintendent.
The British steamer Adama, which
was captured oft the Swedish coast by
a German destroyor, hs been released,
according to Reuter'a Amsterdam cor
respondent. Sweden made an official
protest to Berlin against the capture
of the steamer, saying it was effected
within Swedish territorisl water. j
kcmai ra Biros m
Chicago Tha present beat wave,
which envelope all of the country ex
eeptlng the Paclfle Coast, Is proving
especially severe In Eastern Canada,
where the people are unused to torrid
Ity. Dispatches say that more than
260 children perlahed In Montreal the
past week from heat The tempera
ture there Tueeday waa 98 tha high
est point reported In five years. In
Quebec 28 children have been killed by
the heat sine Sunday. Toronto also
reports unusual heat which has con
tinued for nearly a week, resulting In
deaths and prostrations.
Condltlona, la Montreal especially,
are moat unusual. Ordinarily that city
Is positively sold when the Blatea are
baking and sweltering, and hay fever
sulfsrers have bailed Montreal a the
one spot they could count on for relief,
Now conditions ara almost reverted.
Montreal Is seven degrees hotter than
The official forecaster here says
there I no relief In sight for several
days, but that alljndleatlons point to
still hotter weather.
Orejci Dry law Serisssly Hot
ty Grdt Cesrt Dsn:
Portland Restrictions as to the
amount of liquor which persons in Ore
goo may receive from outside tha stata
every four weeka ara in danger of be
ing swept aside.
Sections of tha Oregon dry law reg
ulating the Importation of liquor and
alcohol Into tha state are nullified, lo
the opinion of District Attorney
Evans, If the decision of circuit JiMge
Morrow Twsdsv in overruling the de
murrer to tha complaint of Wadhame
4k Co.. against tha Ban Francisco
Portland Steamship company remains
In fores or Is upheld by higher eourts
on an appeal. '
"Two thirds of lite iTooiDition taw
la wiped out by thla decision." said
Mr. Evans. "Tha sute Is not a party
to the suit snd any appeal from the
ruling must be made by tha steamship
Judge Morrow's decision holds that
the provision of the dry law limiting
the rlcht of importing large quantities
of iJcohol to wholesale druggists is in
direct violation of the interstate corn
mere clause of the United Slates con
stitution. Any manufacturer, genu
Inelv In need of alcohol In wholesale
quantities may import aa much alco
hol as be desire tor manuraciuring
ouroosea. maintains tha Jurist
Possession of alcohol by tha manu
facturer not being unconstitutional, it
la unconstitutional to prohibit ' him
from imnortlni It ruled Judge Morrow,
"That being tha ease, it follows tnat
sa tha possession of intoxicants Is not
unlawful for the individual, no matter
what tha Quantity, tha restriction of
tha amount received by him to two
quarts of whisksy and Z quart of
beer a month must o unconstttuttonai
also," said the attorney.
ea Cie Altes'isf ta fasces
Trarpci ta ia Gev&sd to
f!lavliulFadaral officials Investi
gating tha arntarworks disaster which
cost 22 lives lata Tuesday ordered all
nnnli tit reach the bodice or Is men
Imnriaoned In tha tunnel abandoned
Thla aptlnn waa taken becauea tests
of the gas through which tha rescuers
bad to pass showed tnat it was nigniy
explosive and tha omctais reared a sec
ond explosion. - An attempt will be
made to pump out tha gas so that the,
work of recovering tha bodies may pro
gress. r " : ,-.. ' "
All hnna that an of the 12 men
trapped In tha tunnel are alive has
been abandoned. Ten Doaies, inoso oi,
members of the two rescue parties
aihtih .vImI tA Maih tha doomed men
but themselves succumbed to the dead-
gas, ara In tha morgue.
Streets fl Be Rc!c2sd
Washington. D. C All National
Guard organisations composed of col
lege students will be mustered out of
the Federal service in time for them
to proceed with their school work at
the rail term. :
It was announced at the War depart
ment Wednesday that the policy of tha
government would be to disband organ
isations completely aa units of tha Na
tional Guard and to seek the reorgani
sation of the college men into branches
of tha officers" reserve corps. '
Swedes Chase Russians.
BerlinAn attack on German mer
chant vessels by Russian destroyers.
alleged to have taken place within
Swedish territorial waters, ia reported
Ina ststement which says: "Two
Russian destroyers attacked four Ger
man merchant steamers at the entrance
to the Port of Lullea, within Swedish
waters. The Swedish torpedoboat Vir
go steamed toward them and the Rus
sian craft fled, pursued by the Virgo,
which had made ready for action, ihe
Swedish government haa protested
gainst this breach of neutrality."
Polea Thank Americans.
Tha Raima, via London The Polish
bureau Wednesday informed the Asso
clsted Press that the Polish delegates
to the Congress of Nationalities at
Lsusanne. Switzerland, have sent a
cablegram to President Wilson, thank
ing the American Nation, for the ac
tion begun to succor the economic mis
ery in Poland. Hope la expressed mat
the "ssered watchword of liberty and
independence for Poland will find a
ready echo in America."
6 VTOIG PARADE
TL?.c4 EList Cds tta'JI a Crowdci
Sas frindsca) Um
LtTTLR Of WARDING HMD
Innocent Bystanders Slain by Work
of "Exiles From Militaristic
San Francisco At least six person
were killed and 42 or more Injured by
the explosion here Saturday of a timed
bomb la the midst of a throng viewing
a preparsdnees parade. The police ar
rested Frank Joseph, a' lodger In
ullora' hnardlnr.hiiuaa. but Bald
hail arf - eharovd with the erlma.
Chalraa M. Fickart. district attor
ney, Issued a statement attributing the
deed to a mind unbalanced by argu
ment for and against preparaoenss,
hlh hava oMunled attention here.
Tha narada wa not IntarrUDtad.
Usu or dad compiled oy we ponce
Mrs. Howard EL Knapp, Alameda,
Dr. George PalnUr, Berkeley, CaL
O. H. Lam born, printer, Alameda.
Rmtm Lawlar. Mill Vallev. CaL
Tha acnloaloii took otao at Stauart
and Markat atreet. two blocks from
the Ferry building, on San Franeteeo's
main thoroughfare. The bomb, con
cealed In a suitcase packed witn caiv
rlda-es, bullets, marble, pits ox giaaa,
Imn nlna and una Iron, btaw 0 "S0
through the crowd, burling men, wom
an and children to Ut ground.
Tb holiday throng, cheering a con
tingent of veteran of tha First Cali
fornia Infantry of tha Spanish-American
war, and members of the Grand
Arm at tha Reoubtie who were form
ing in Stauart atreet stood In a path
Bhlxk hacama a ahamblea. ID Diar
nt itruma drowned tha cries of th in-
limit ' Tha aldawalk war strewn with
torn bodies, spatiera wiu diooo.
All tha newspaper omcea in tan
Francisco received a communication
arrittan in Roman script with an in-
delible nanciL manv of tha word bo
ne- haavilv nrjderseored. The com
munication waa signed "Tha DeUr
xinad F.xilna from Militaristic Gov
ernment Italy, Germany, U. S., Italy,
Russia." , la several instanosa ute
writer repeated himself. . The com-
, "Kilitnr; Our nroteata have beed in
vain in regard to uia inpareunnaa
propaganda, sow ara going to use a
llttla Ainu, action on the Z2d. which
will echo aronud th earth and a how
that Frisco really knows how and that
militarism cannot be forced on us and
i-MMran without a violent protest
"Things are going to , happen toj
show that W will go to any extreme,
tha aama aa the controlling da, to
preserv what little democracy we etill
have. Don't take una aa a joxa, or
you will be rudely awakened. . Awak-
an lme. We hV SWOTB to do OUT
duty to the masses and only send warn
ings to those who sre wise, but wno
are forced to march to bold their Jobs,
a want to a-iva onlv the hypo
critical (sic) patriot who about for
war. but never to, a real tast 01
kIndl ak tha Chamber of Com
merce to march In a solid body, IF
THET WANT :to fKUVB ?u.b.x,
ARE NO COWARDS. A copy haa
been sent to all the papers. Our duty
has been dona so far.
' : 5000 Reward OfTared.
San Franciaeo Mayor Rolph offered
vaward of IB000 Sundav for the ar-
reat of tha person who placed a bomb
Saturday among u crowaa watenwg
the preparedness parade, the explosion
nt aihlnh killed alx and wounded 40.
and tha police .department established
a separate bureau jor .ue single pur-
pos of running down to cuiprtu
A a tha raimlt of notice investigation.
several possible clows to tb perpetrator
of the outrage were outatnea. w miam
Tavlm. an a rod crlnnle. who freauentS
tha waterfront told the Police that he
saw a man leave a suitcase on the spot
where the explosion occurred a few
: Shakespeare Wins' Soit.
Chicago Tha closing chapter of the
Bacon-Shakespeare controversy in the
mnrtji hara waa antared Saturdav when
Judge Smith dismissed the soit of Col
onel George Fabyan and dissolved toe
Injunction granted him by judge xu
hilL who decided that the ; works cred
ited to Shakespeare, were in reality
written by Bacon.- To prevent Fabyan
from publishing a code which he qon
tanHad would ahow Bacon was' the au
thor of the Shakespearean plays, Selig
brought injunction proceedings ana
Colonel Fabyan filed a cross-bill, ;
Millions to Be Burned.
Mexico City Fifty million dollars
In Maviran nanar moneT will be burned
within tha unit faw dava in tha court
yard of the National Palace, according
to an announcement oy tne government
Saturday. Thla money ia of the old
Vera Crux Issue and has been supplant
ed by. a new issue made in the United
It la aald that t225.000.G00 in PSPer
money will be disposed of In this way
during the next few weeka.
iwo ds mm eud h
mmu mm im
Uylases Aubry, driver of a Tacom
entry In th autoiHoblle speed meet
held In Portland Sunday afternoon at
tb Rose Cltv' Spaedwsy, and Frnk
Lake, his mechanician, ara dead from
Injuria received . when their high
power racing caromed over a curve
shortly after 4 o'clock. Aubry was 27
and Laks $4 years old. Mora than
6000 spectators witnessed th acci
dent, which was one of three. The
others were Inconsequential.
Tb cause of th fatal accident is
not definitely known; but It ia believed
to have been due to the steering gear
falterinc while th machine was trav
eling at a furious speed around tha
first turn to the right of th grand
Tb two men were lifted from th
wrecks of the racing ear and borne
to an automobile, which took them to
s hospital. Both men were oneoh
sciou. and Aubry'a death occurred on
the way to th hospital while the suto
wsa crossing Ue Burnsiae street
Aobrv's bom is st S3Z1 raeioe sve-
nue, Taeoma, while Lake waa also a
roe dent of that citr. Mrs. Aubry ac
companied ber husband to Portland to
see his daring snd skill on the track In
tha first meet held. In this etty for
some time, and witnessed tb accident
kzs Wltzzb Key,
IndlanaooHe. Ind. Jamas Wbltcomb
Riley, noted poet died Saturday night
at 10:60 o'clock while only Mr. Riley's
nurse. Mis dementia Prough. waa
awake at tha poet's home. Ha had
asksd for a drink of water and re
clined on bis bed Sfc-ajn. Miss Prough
resumed ber vigil and, noticing that
tha poet seamed not to be resting
ssy, approached his . bi. Mr. Riley
died before she reached hi side.
Mr. Rilev's death wa doe to paraly
sis. II suffered a violent stroke about
7:80 o'clock Saturday morning and th
member of his household were greatly
alarmed, but under Dr. Carlton B. Me
Culloch'a ministration th poet
seemed to improve, and early In tb
evening was regarded a much better.
Information was given to tha puoue
that Mr. Riley wa ia no danger, but
within a few hours he wa dead.
Mr. Riley suffered his first violent
attack of paralysis July X0, 1910. Be
A 111 I 1
'for bsfcfs tacsSa
Waahinvtiav D. C Indication that
officials are considering th advisabil
ity of taking economic retaliatory
maannwa aminat Great Britain for
blacklisting nearly 100 American firms
snd Individuals under me trading witn
th enemy act war apparent her
rVnlnalnna and nlana war aald not
a hava riavelnnad. tait It was lntimat-
ed that action of .that kind might be
ililwmliiMl nn aftar tha Stata daDart-
ment learned more of the plana of the
In tha avant aMuuwnle ranriaats are
decided on, .the department of Justice
and th department of Commerce, it
wsa said, probably . wouia uevetop
means of executing them,
SauUn Mtaliatad whan Great Brit
ain blacklisted Swedish business house
and individuals by refusing to permit
shipment for Russia to paas through
k.. n-itnr aomniins- to information
received by tb Stat department.
The action is sand to nave resulted in a
modification by the British govern
ment of th blacklisting measure.
tared fcrrd sf Ehfng
Ce.id.es SH ftut CpcraJor
Vancouver. Wash. The tremendous
advance in the pries of chemicals and
dyea is shown by the experience or r.
E. Smith, who operates a small boat
on the Columbia river and streams
Some, time before tha war, nr.
Smith lost overboard a barrel of blu
ing of tha sort used in laundries. He
was compelled to pay tha consignee
dsmaees of about $60 for the loss.
Recently, on learning of the advance
in th price of buing, Mr. smith went
to the place ha had lost tha barrel, and
with grappling hooks recovered It
He netted 1 1600 on this one barrel
and was sorry he had not lost a ship
load under aimilar circumstances.
Pontiff" Body 4s Moved.
Rome A rumor was current In
Roma Sunday that th body of Pope
Leo XIII aa to be transported at sun
set from its present resting place In
St Poters to a tomb erected in tha
church of St John Lateran. A large
number of persons gathered along tha
route which the procession would have
to take, and the riota which occurred in
July, 1881. when the body of Pope Pius
IX was similarly transported, -were re
called. Tha body of Pope Leo, how
ever, waa merely removea irom one
piece to another inside of St Peter's.
' Nsv York's Trsde Hugs. -New
York Combined ex porta and
imports of the port of New York for
the year ended June 80 amounted to
$2,169,000,000, according t th an
nual report of the Chamber of Com
merce Monday. During th last 50
years, the report shows, more than 60
per cent of tbe country 's imports nave
com to New York.
Exports for the first time reached
the 500,000,000 mark in 1900. Last
year they were 81,193,881,000.
Of Oncral Interest
Sixteen Cities of Stats Have
Over $1,000,000 Deposits Each
Salem Bank In 18 cities have 73.8
per cent of th banking capital and 79
per eent of tha bank deposit of the
stat, according to figure compiled
Wednesday by. 8. G. Sargent state
superintendent of banks. Portland
alone has 48 per cent of th capital
and 55 per cent of the deposits of Ore
Records of Superintendent Sargent
also show 18 towns with total bank
deposits of 11,000,000 or mora. These
towns, in which are located 41 stata
and 88 national banks, with deposit
totaling 8102,418.026.64. are: Port
land, Salem, Pendleton, Astoria, Baker,
Eugene, Albany, Medford, Th Dalles,
Oregon City, Roeeburg. La Grand,
Marshfisld, MeMinnville, Corvallia and
Klamath Falls. .
All other town la Oregon, in which
ara located 136 state and 81 national
banka, hava deposit totaling but 826,
Deposit in Portland aggregate 872.
160.549.67. Tbeee are distributed
among 18 stats and eight national
banks. Salem ia next to Portland, It
two state and twa national institutions
having total deposits of 84,539,846.82.
Bank deposits in other Oregon cities
where the total ia above 81.000,000
are a follows: Pendleton, 83,546,
339.02; Astoria. 83,418,433.93; Bak
er. 82.835.045.07: Eugene, JIIIW,
036.75: Albany. 8L 799. 199.82: Mod-
ford. 81.626.802.83: The Dalle. $1,
826,708.07; Oregon City, 31.284,716.
74; Roeeburg, 81.259,920.16; La
Grande, 8L190.298.16; Marahfleid.
8U80.757.80: MeMinnville. 31.174.
767.64; Corvallis, 8L150.401.35;
Klamath Falls, 8 L 125. 204. 77.
St Paul Firm Gets W. L Puliiam.
Marshfield W. L. Puliiam, a log
ging contractor who has been operat
ing on tha Columbia river for several
seasons, soon will open a camp on
South Coos river on the Merchant tract
of 800 scree, and the operation will
be under th supervision of th Tbos.
Irvine company, of St Paul, which
cently bought timber In this county
for a sura estimated to be near half a
million dollars. Th camp will be lo
cated 20 mile from Marshfield and
two miles from South Coos river.
where logs will be dumped in tide
water. Tbe operation are intended
solely for delivery Of logs to mills on
Coos Bay and the company has no in
tention of operating any nau at pres
Indian Lands to Be Sold.
Klamath Falls Sixty allotments, on
tha Klamath Indian reservation, north
of here, belonging to estates of de
ceased Indiana, ara aoon to be adver
tised and sold to the highest bidders,
according to Engineer H. W. Hincks,
of the Indian reclamation service.
Much of tbe land ia tillable and parte
of It can be Irrigated, Engineer Hincks
said. Superintendent William B.
Freer, of the Klamath reservation, has
ordered surveys to be made of ail the
60 allotments. . Mr. Hincks said that
already this season 665 acres of Indian
lands on the Fort Creek project on the
reservation, have, been reclaimed to
water by tha Indiana.
. . ...si I III - '
. Gun to Warn Fishermen.
Astoria Beginning with last Sun
day, Colonel Ludlow, commending ofB-
at the fortification about the
mouth of the river, will have a gun
fired at Fort Steven and one at Fort
Columbia at 6 o'clock Saturday and
Sunday nights, as a notice to the fish-
airman - v .
This will be done in accordance with
request from the State Fisheries de
partment and is intended to prevent
an von inadvertently . violating . the
Sunday closing law. As another pre
caution. Deputy Fish Warden Larson
has made arrangements to ha,ve a flag
raised at those hour on uesaemona
nk.m IViin ! Raniuui.
The Dalles Lfbby, McNeill & Lib-
by'a cannery has put up 30,000 cases
of cherries, finishing this. week. The
concern will commence canning apri
cots next week, and with this fruit and
Bartlett pears expects to be in opera
tion until October.- The fruit ia com
ing from North Yakima, Lewiaton,
Idaho, White .Salmon, Underwood,
Hood River.- M osier, and many other
outside points, aa well as large quan
tities in the section immediately sur
rounding The Dalles. Shipment is
msde entirely by rail.
Big Tlmbor Body Offered.
Hood River T. H. Sherrard, state
forest supervisor,, haa advertised for
bids on 7020 acres containing 830,000,-
000 feet of Douglas fir, W us tern hem
lock, Amsbilie fir. Noble fir, Western
red cedar and white pine timber in the
Cascade National forest Under tbe
terms of the sale a mill on the Weat
Fork of Hood River with sufficient
cutting capacity to band'.e the timber
in the next 10 or 12 years, will be re
Why Some Girls Receive More
Attention Than Others:
By LAURA JEAN UBBEY
Tha area! and the Mttar word
That wanadad aa U Ml.
Tha chlllln want W srmpelhr
We feat but aavar U.
The hard twaalas that chills
Whoa hot" ware Invadlne- hlh.
An aa anfatlln raeor kpt
These thine eaa never J1.
Many an attractive girl ha secret
ly wondered bow It was that ahe, who
f""' ' ' j good ' company,
tyiisa an pleas
ing, did aot re
ceive as much at
tention from the
young men as did
plainer girts who
could aot have
carried on an ln
sation for a a y
length of time to
save their Uvea.
view, beauty In
woman doe not
always count If
a b fa Imripld,
vein or Inclined
to be satirical, her good looks go for
naught ! Few men appreciate the girl
who knows too much, or think she
does, or the girl decked oat fa too
much finery, like the wax dummy fixed
up for ahow In the dry goods store
The poor young man know that he
could not finance extravagance In a
wife, and be gives th over-dreseed
girl a letting alone. The young man
of means who can have everything he
winhea appreciate, above an else, sim
ple attire oa a girt, absence of gew
gaw and cheap Jewelry- Tbe girl
who can talk brilliantly and well upon
any subject be might Introduce, Is so
well Informed generally that he lia-
sglnes she could teach him lessons In
heart woolngs Instead of learning tha
Feeding pen for the little chicks
will be necessary In order to prevent
Injury to them by the older fowls.
You can tell a laying hen as far as
you can aee ber. Her comb Is always
bright and healthy looking.
If you do not Intend to use hen for
hatching, break them up at once and
get them to laying again.
When the hens are laying regularly
more food should be supplied and with
more food comes the necessity of
more exercise.",'. .
When chicks or hens are confined In
small yards. It la best to feed little
and often in order to keep the birds
busy and contented.
Never grease the ben that la setting,
ss grease getting on the sheila of the
eggs will close the pores and smother
Poultry yards should have shade for
chickens during the summer. If your
hen do not have shade, plant trees
ror this purpose.
Make It s point to keep the chicks
busy scratching.' Scatter flue grains
(u the litter, and by scratching It out
they will get the exercise necessary
ito good health. -
Don't relax feeding the young chicks
during the hot summer months, be
cause you think there la plenty of
grass and bugs for them. They; need
more man tnat.
Guard against the formation of egg-
eating habits by giving the fowls plen
ty of lime, oyster shells, bone or sim
ilar substances to Insure a firm shell
upon 'the' eggs.
Soak state bread Id sweet skim
milk, press out the milk, as completely
as possible, and feed the chicks. Also
keep coarse sand before them; with
out it the chick cannot grind their
food. - ;. ' ' -'.'
Do not forget that in the composi
tion of an egg there Is a great propor
tion of water, and the laying hen. can
not produce eggs, unless she has all
the water she wants, and at the time
she wants Iti -; -?
Wise and Otherwise.'
However, it Is far better to gria
than to groan. '
If you would please a woman, don t
talk listen, v '
The bass drum make a lot of noise
because It Is empty." -
The sap has stopped ooxing from
the crop, of spring poets.
How we dislike people who are ai
ways dramatising their trouble. '
The world lovea to remember the
Just after they are dead and out of
The husband of a nagging woman
may furnish most of her because.
When a man gets th right brand
of religion his horse soon discovers it.
Widows are successful lu handling
men because they know exactly what
not to do.
But a man never has the same In
terest In life after he loses the prin
cipal he has In th bank.
It Is easier to elect a good man to
office than it Is to get him to stay good
after be Is elected. i
What has become of the old fash
ioned woman who ased to opei a can
of peaches when she had company at
teal . .
wonderful story from his lips. Bom
other girl might aot be nearly so
pretty, but ber Innocence snd modesty
make up for the absence of dimples
A man Ilk. to feel In his heart that
his wisdom In sll things worldly la
far superior to that of the woman he
would lead to the altar. Th girl who
I plain and poor usually makes up
for It In being exceedingly clever. A
young man never discover bow much
she really know. Bhe holds back
ber best card by keeping thst entire
ly to herself. A man desires to be
looked up to by hi awcetheart instead
of being looked down upon.
It is more thin apt to he a bright
glrrs own fault If ber less-sttractlve
sisters secure more attention from de
al rabl young men than she doe. She
would do well to study the situation
from every viewpoint, noting the true
reason a to why some other girls sre
more popular than she and pattern
after their methods. Holding out stub
bornly sgutnat such a method only
hurts herself. If a very quiet retiring
girl seeois to be roost sdmlred. she
should not be so "voluble Of tongue,
but allow the young man In whose
company she is to exert himself to
do the talking and entertaining. If
he has done all the talking, he has
dragged In by the ears, so to speak,
subjects nearest his heart and Inter
est He leaves her under the impres
sion thst be has been extremely well
entertained. She has simply puld
keen attention and .looked wise and
That's the kind of girl nine out 'of
dozen will choose for a wife. Girls
should use diplomacy and learn to
curb their, faults when they observe
less attractive girls pas-flog them by
on tbe road to popularity or mstrf
mony. There is always a string loose
In the hsrp when there la a discord In
the music. ' v.- .: "
T a.jaaa a a astaSaaOi.
He Didn't Land tha Job.
Having advertised for a chauffeur,
the multimillionaire sought to test the
honesty of an applicant
"Suppose," said the. man of millions,
"you were to find a poeketnook In the
machine containing $100,000 what
would you do about UT J "
"1 wouldn't do a blamed thing,1 re
plied the applicant "but live on my
income for -the rest of my natural
life," ,:.. .
Out of Sight
First . Coed AI-
wee is a freak.
What's the an
swer First Coed In
stead, of a pupil,
she has a college
iVi, professor in her
Just. a. Wslflft He Had.
"fes," said 'Mr. '. Newcplnv "when
my husband returned from Europe he
weighed fifty pounds more than when
he started." ' . ' ""'
"Indeed t" exclaimed Mrs. DeStyle,
with sn open-faced yawn. "Did the
custom officers . forget .to search
himT" , , -
. . . : rrr-,,
And the Winds Blew.
" Tea" said the
man from Texas,
"onrs Is a wonder
f ul country. Where
t live you -have
only to . drop a ;
toothpick in a field ,
and a . year , later,
you will have . a i
forest- - T;
rejoined the" OWIii'1.
horna mao -"Vvri'
where I hang out
all you have to do ,
ia to drop a' st
bonder button .... ia
the garden and 'the hext morning you
will have a pair, of .ready-made trou-
f ' No Longer Convincing.
' "Of course,, yott believe, that great
oaks from little acorna grow?"
fGh, yes,", replied .the''cautlous In
vestor, "but only In,., literal sense. ,
I've seen that statement usl so often
in literature ' sent out . byVwlIy pro
moters that sus a, metaphor, It, has en
tirely lost its puncn witn me."
Of Course,. Paw Knew,
Little. Lemuel Sir,' paw, what 1
a bachelor maid? '", f -
Paw It'a a term a girl applies to
herself after she has give!) up all
hope of becoming a wife,,. my, pyn.
Its Location. '-'
"My husband's por trU tJ. od!d
have you know,, is now a-iMsUwiiie
possession." i , '
"Why, is it in the. . s i.rer) r
. Th PtWn
"Say. Jim. wbsiU il$
lers that drives SlHWiW'
'I guess it's beray,.? 1"
has 'em wants 'take-iit-T: ,.
A Few Smiles.
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