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Elyria Chronicle (Newspaper) - February 24, 1915, Elyria, OhioThe Elyria chronicle a Hurtes Wolf Lih Hiitt a. \ in a it Ueo at i to Horn . Ami my Eumae Sio and Mokol Erht not Long him a the guest . And mrs. C. A. Tipple Cascade for a few Day. A a the regular me Ting the Parent f a it tier p association will he hold thursday afternoon at 2 3� clock mis Sarah Smith supervisor Wall paper a Cut prices Emporium to. He wits supported by Roger c. Sullivan who was Defeated for the United state Senate in the last state election. Almost Complete return show that William Hale Thompson 1� leading in Date marry m. Pm Arm by More than 1,000 vote for the Republican nomination and it is practically certain that Thompson has been nominated. With their first Opportunity to cast a vote for mayor to Chicago women surprised the by casting a larger Vnti than the Inott Liberal the figure bad predicted approximately 1 50,0�� women went to the polls and 100,non these voted lawyers draw s50.649 from Bank a assets him fee8 la aug attorneys to my talk it Takh by la to annul n Arv work at Lorain this occasion. Ill speak. Urz attorney and mrs. Benjamin Gage j Cleveland were dinner guests yes-1 f t Day and mrs Eugene Sites Murray hid go. A showing Early Spring hat from $ 1.6ft up. Valla a 5m. Fit Wall m i nary a adv. Mrs. I hard Bell and . Mcnel Lay were entertained at dinner sunday by . And mrs. Top plan. Or. And mrs. Nelson Klein week end guests . And Klein Lodi Street. The i m 5 Pedro club night with . And mrs. Of Crehore court. A e Are closing out our line White waists w. B. Corset and brassieres All to go at co t Sitwell . Mrs. Joseph Kelling Ora been conned to the House by Llyn for the past week. If 1 a decided at a ret it meet j lug the daughters rebels a to 1 old a series socials and yes ter j Day afternoon the following ladles entertained mrs ban Eaton mrs. 1 v f and mrs. R. W Toff nor. Refreshments were served and a j pleasant social afternoon spent. Or and mrs. Henry Inge Moll entertained the Kory club at dinner last evening at their Home mid Boothroyd die Avenue. Headings were Given by . And mrs 1, it. Baldwin . And i mrs. Spears Berea were guests Chib. Me Wen mrs to the Wilkins Hurnt co. Funeral direct orb audio inv Arij cat Servio Home Phi in h no iii lit no Alt mrs. A u Kelley al was hostess to the teem to card club Jem erday after a try pleasant afternoon w is spent by those who attended. Luncheon a served by the hostess. Avenue her it a a . Owen Conway has returned from a few Days visit with it Wayne friends. We Are exclusive agents for the highest Grade made to order screen House in the country. Let us show you samples. Imperial furniture co phone 353.�?adv. A truss you can Trust if you Are in need a truss consider the matter fitting As important As Quality. Me have trusses adapted for every sort Case and we do scientific fitting. If you approx late the value liar aim truss filling come to ii our Price Are Low. Miller when in need Clas gets Nat inlay 1� children Day Century Block j. Adolphus Ebert druggist Ati a. Bead Street Elyria Ohio phone 158357 hell 211111 mrs Nelson Van Wormer the democratic ticket. The vote Broad Street is the guest her Cou the women was thre to one in la sin mrs. Frank Goldsmith ver Swetzer Over Harrison. Mill a for a couple to Days. Mrs William Sibcy entertained monday at her Home monday in Honor her Young son George Gilbert Sibcy who was a year old j the 22d. The Little fellow was a j George Washington baby and thirty. T guests with the babies and a their mothers enjoyed the hospitality George Gilbert and his Moth refresh Menta were served the j table being entered with a potted j Plant yellow daffodils. George i Gilbert received Many pretty gifts in Honor this occasion. Of . M. L. Chapman is the guest his Nister in Kaw mrs Hattie Llano Lodi Street mrs. E. E. Phipps East Avenue is convalescent after a three weeks illness. There was much disorder during the Day. Many riot Calls were sent in and there were scores fist fights. Stands Pat Frank Columbus o., feb. 21, rec a led $5�,74 9.11 in fees for wind a r tip the affairs failed Banks during the time former superintendent Emery Lattanner was at the head the banking department. I is was More than half the total Cost liquidation $96,191.73, for 1 he a teen Banks liquidated. Most the other expense was in fees to liquidating agents. 1 it be in Onur w s Given by 8� ate examiner John a. Bliss before the w rums examination it f the records in the banking department covering Hie liquidation Banks the records he said were and few the Bills for attorneys fees Are itemized. Or. Bliss submitted figures show Jing total amounts paid to various at i torn Ejra during . I a Tanner a term 11 off lace. Former representative Robert Black Cincinnati Drew attorney from May 22, 1013. To j november 24. 1914. J. W. Smith j Ottawa. Recely Ltd a 16.473.37 in Attor-1 Ney fees from december 16, 1013, t a december 31. 1014. Nelson b. Cram Jer Cincinnati. $3.375.06 Power a j a Powell Columbus $3,085.72 to a Ieve Campbell Columbus $1, 10�. Former represent ath e a a w Trees Holmes county a Farmer Drew $1.006 As Quot attorney fees the witness said. Georgia pleads murder verdict in mrs. H. J. Vandemark and mrs. Ofa White Lodi Wero the guests in saturday and sunday . And mrs. Roy Vandemark Harrison at reef. Mrs. Georg a Weller is confined to the hour a by an attack grip. O mrs. Chester Wilkie and guest Are Cleveland visitors today to a mrs Culver who 1.� at Fioz Hospital 1� slightly improved. Of. Mias Jessie Blanchard chairman the membership committee at the y. W. C. A. Has called a meeting for tomorrow afternoon at 3 clock. The ladies the disciple Church held an All Day work meeting in the Church Parlours today. The Young people st. Paul a mrs. Mary Farrell has returned evangelical Church have been urged from Cleveland where she went to to repeat the play a a the old Dis attend the burial Brothers strict school Quot which they gave in the Jeremiah and John Sheehan. Of for restless Black Pearl and Copper made to order screens see Early Date our and get prices. Imperial furniture co., 5� e. adv. Gate auditorium last week. The com Imp have been so favourable they have decided to do this at an general Grice and solicitor Dorsey filed briefs in the supreme court today in connection with their argument against a reversal the Georgia Federal court s decision refusing a Hareas Corpus release to Leo m. Frank sentenced to die for Tho murder vary Phagan a factory girl. The Brief contends largely that Hareas Corpus cannot iwo used Quot to overturn virtually Quot Frank s conviction in a state court without submitting important portions the record upon which the judgment Oil the mate court was based. A the supreme court Georgia if second to no state in according trials free from hostile demonstration the Brief declares a a and has gone As far we venture to asserts any in the Union in setting aside verdicts where the same were influenced by hostile demonstrations by the state contends Frank should have raised the question mob violence and tils absence from court his motion for a new trial and should not have waited to incorporate them in a petition to set aside the verdict. Girl killed in Auto s wreck Cincinnati o., feb. ¿4.�?miss Doria Meeks eighteen was instantly killed and another Young woman and three men were More less seriously a tired when the automobile in which they were Riding was struck by a Street car and almost totally destroyed the st Street viaduct Early today. Miss Meeks neck was broken. Mrs. L. Continue cent Llanes to Sears Lake Avenue improve front her re mrs. P Ouray ill Street. H. Boynton remains serial her Home Harrison the indies Aid society st. Paul a evangelical Church will meet tomorrow afternoon thursday feb. 25th. Mrs. William Hafner and the hostess Ltd mrs. J. C. Wilkie entertained eight guests at luncheon yesterday in mrs. Hoc Kenebel will by Honor her House guests the misses so. Bertha Brade and Cora Lippold. A a Lovely Cherry tree entered the table and Small Trees the same variety were Given As favors. Tiny hatchets marked the place at table the g tests. O . And mrs . And mrs. Giers have returned from a visit with . And mrs. 8tew-�?�rt gallon Mrs. Oldfield tenth Street entertained her thimble club yester Sherman Mason re Day afternoon. Needlework and re turned from their wedding trip today and Are located at the infirmary. Or. Mason is Foreman at this Institute n and his wife will also have employment there. Freshment were features the Vernoon s entertainment. Aft . A. T. Glow is at Germantown this week business. The cottage prayer meetings to be held by the second congregational Eit Fob will be held at 7 10 clock tomorrow evening at the following Homes . And mrs. John Bemis 331 West Street Leader mrs. Mar Kel mrs. Vogley Furnace Street Leader mrs. Renouard Rev. And mrs Barnard 853 w. River Street Leader . Glen Brad Wick . And mrs. Dow Miller Leader Rev. Barnard . And mrs. Buswell Walnut Street Leader . Kleinhammer. And . 51 Ca i Lister 274 went Bridge Street Leader . A 1>. Kin dog. Top in Quot the Church mrs. C. E. Eggert Lakewood is the guest this week her brother. Or c. L. Terry and wife Dewey Avenue a a a a . S. 11. Lucas is spending a few Day in Canton. Alt unusually pleasant meeting the musical Art society was held yesterday afternoon at the Home mrs. J. G. Wherry third Street. The program which was very at Tractive was As follows a group piano numbers by miss Dennison Ober Lin two groups solos by mrs. D. S. Troxel a group piano numbers by miss Inge Oberlin. Two solos by miss Young Lorain four numbers by miss ingot Oberlin three songs by mrs. Mcdowell a Solo by mrs. I. S. Troxel two num Salt Mackerel etch. Hers by miss Dennison. After the Salt Salmon la. Program refreshments were served 2&Quot>c Flat Salmon can. In the dining room. A Basket to we a pears 25c kind can. Today a doings at the court House Fritz Ruden began foreclosure proceedings today against John waiters a $300 mortgage. The property is located at Grafton. Isabelle Williams has sued a. J William to recover $511 due a promissory note. Geo. A. Brawn has asked the court to award him $612 for damages account a sled Load household Good and working tools being struck by a b. A Train near Wal head a Brick Yards some time ago. Head n. By. Hikers caled in bread quiz daffodils entered the serving table mrs. James Thomas poured the Coffee. Card thanks save Money in buying Here. Thursday and Friday specials Genuino Milker Holland herring dozen. ,35c 10c. 8c 18c 18c Golden Rod washing powder Large. 18c Gol men Rod washing powders a mall 4 1-2 6 bars. .2.n a Gootel Broom for 29? new York feb. 24.�? at the continuation today the attorney general a investigation into the increased rout bread Tillan Stel Traetz president the master Bakers association Hugo Fredericks and Jas. B. Artibus. Representatives wholesale by kers. Were among the Principa witnesses called to testify the inquiry today reverts to local prices and Deputy attorney general Flecker will attempt to learn Why the Large bakeries raised the wholesale Price to 5 cents when smaller bakeries con tinned retailing at that figure. A Public hearing a proposed ordinance requiring bread to he a old by the Pound and compelling retail pm to keep Scales in their shops for the Benefit customers was also ret for today. Woman a Coritta d in near treason How to six up despite insomnia in the present age overwork and artificial excitement there Are numerous people who find it very difficult to get sufficient sleep. Included in this category Are those who suffer from sick headache hysterical and neurasthenia persons those under the influence some obsession and Melancholic and Neur Pathic subjects All kind. It is futile to increase the doses. They have no further effect. But they Are noxious and poisonous to the system so that the remedy becomes worse than the disease. Sleep May be obtained by simple Means. It is enough to act upon the brain by Means physical agents. The patient May be induced to fall asleep by some continuous monotonous excitation a prolonged use the sense sight As for instance by the fixation some Brilliant object the sense hearing by Means the ticking a pendulum. When the doctor has succeeded in making the patient fall asleep he endeavours to cause him. To sleep As Long As possible. Tills is a difficult matter in cities where noises Are too intense and too varied. They do not cease even during the night and unceasingly they recall to the nervous patient his business his occupations and social obligations. The physical and moral Over strains which Are the inevitable consequence our intense civilization must be counteracted by sleep which while repairing the nervous waste Wilt also strengthen and temper the nervous Energy. For this purpose scientific methods Are being devised and applied in the establishment Homes for treatment by Means a sleep Quot cure Remote from towns. Or. Felix Regnault in an excellent article this subject from which the information Here Given is extracted Speaks in the highest terms a sanitarium founded for this purpose by . Lemerle Loches. His establishment is situated in ton Raime a country with a mild and equable climate and Light atmosphere. He causes i patients to sleep by the Means indicated above and if these Are insufficient he has recourse to a till More efficacious remedy namely Blue Light. As Wundt the celebrated German physiologist pointed out the Dif Ferent rays the solar spectrum have a varied action the nervous system. Mon s. Lumiere Lyon observed that those his employees who worked in room. Illuminated by red Light became nervous and rapidly fatigued. This effect disappeared when he replaced the red Light by Means Green. Red is in fact for men a Well As for animals the most exciting part the spectrum. Green gives Tranquillity while Violet indigo and Blue Are soothing. Patients Are therefore treated by phototherapy. The Walls and ceiling the room Are All papered painted Blue and the windows have Blue Glass. All the furniture is lacquered in White Blue in order that no other color May combat the influence the blur Light. When night Falls Light is supplied by electric lamps with Blue bulbs. In Der to effect a gradual transition be tween the sedative Blue and the Ordyn try White Light the corridors and Halls Are illuminated with Green Light. After a Short sojourn in the Blue Light the nervous patients begin to feel the incessant flow ideas diminish. Calm comes Little by Little and presently re freshing sleep. Amid such surroundings the patient soon has to sleep. Care i taken not to disturb him. The More the sleep can be prolonged for Days even weeks the More the subject will Benefit from its Efficacy. The patient takes his food and attends to his own wants in a quasi automatic manner immediately afterwards resuming his interrupted sleep. Many overworked and nervous people from the cities who complain a thousand different ills would be rapidly restored to health by such a sleep Quot cure possibilities the attic. He a Mem the attic a an atmosphere that not Only Rouse in the housekeeper a Dee sire for a Clearing up but also an ambitious wish to make a habitable room out it must Nece. The one thing that helps most in encouraging the de a ire for change it the View from Tea windows which la at Way in Tere Ting whether roof Orchard Park. Then too there Are often quaint angles and Odd Corner that no woman with an Eye for the picturesque can re Slot say a new York press writer. If the family junk with which the place is littered is too unwieldy to be tucked into nooks and Corners in other Parte the House it can be banished to a cellar bin and safely ignored. With attractive windows and uncluttered space a room shapes itself. An attic room never Goe begging. It is usually the College Hoy who Grabe it for a Den it May be some daughter. An attic Den that is the Pride and Joy the boy looks out to the roof opposite House. On the window till a and the window Hasni to the shred a Shade curtain Are some potted plants for course a Hoy likes plants he likes Alt growing things Over the window from a ring hangs a punching bag. On the Wall Are a couple Tennis rackets and beside the wit Dow is a carpenters Bench fitted completely and neatly with the necessary tools. An Loesl place to Potter and Drill. A girl s room is charming with dark stained floor White Woodwork and mis Sion furniture. The windows Are curtained in Muslin with Side Drope Linen embroidered with raffia in a simple but effective design. A single Book shelf fills the Comer bet Wren the windows and underneath is the Couch. Its cover embroidered like the curtains and with plenty pretty cushions. At its head stands a Small round table holding a most comfortable look ing Reading lamp. In the Corner opposite the Couch is in old mods table settee and next it is a writing desk with a Rem sen Burner attached to the Wall. Beyond the desk is the dressing table with a Jolly big paper Basket be Side it. Two rooms splendidly interesting 1� their expression individual taste Are Well Worth describing. One is simplicity itself with a Fine dignity in the placing the few pictures and in the Long lines the Well filled Bookcase that stretches Between two windows it seems just the room to drop into and after fussing a bit among the books to Settle Down in for a serenely quiet read with no sound but the flutter a turning Page. The other room is a stimulating con trash Over the fireplace Are books and interestingly effective photographs people. A window Couch has plenty tight. The designs the Wall paper and the Rug before the fire place Are full character. These Are but a few pictures to show into what the attic can be made. In a new Bouse the problem planning a room is simple but where the House is an old one. With a genuine family Garret it takes the attributes a Campaign. Things must be first sorted and either stored passed to Cousin aunt who often become inspired to do likewise and sends things Back in Exchange. Great move nos Clumsy objects go up stairs and Down before the desired result is reached. But the result is Worth Ell the fuss end worry. A certain feeling having conquered a new problem comes to the worker and in the Pride taken in having evolved a room from chaos All efforts Are forgotten. Mock mines meat an Eye opener always have a Glass Medicine drop per and a bottle Rose water in the Medicine Chest and in your travelling hag. Then when you get a foreign body in your Eye you will be spared much pain and discomfort if the following very simple and harmless method is pursued put into the med 1 Cine Dropper six drops the Rose water. Pull Down the lower lid. Float the liquid the surface the injured Eye. After the Rose water has been in the Eye for a few seconds use the empty Medicine Dropper to suck out the liquid and the foreign matter will come with it. Chop Fine one Peck Green Tome toe add one fourth cup Salt let stand one hour rinse and Drain cover with cold water and boil a Quarter hour then add one third Pound suet chopped Fine two pounds sugar one Pound raisins one half Pound currants one pint vinegar one teaspoonful clove9 and cinnamon one Large Nutmeg heat thoroughly. This makes one Gallor delicious mince meat. Caselt a a 4 a Ltd a a 4> 4 a a is i i 4 4� 11 i last week the hardware inventory Sale saturday ends our big inventory clearance Sale and we Are offering bigger bargains than Ever any the following Mil save you Money 6 it. Aluminium Kettle with Patent inset cover. .81.� $ i2 5 Crumb trays Nick 1 e Copper me $ 1.50 casseroles and baking dishes �.�8c $2.5� casseroles and baking dishes. .$1.58 $ 1.50 to $6.00 casseroles. $3.50 big discounts All Copper Nickle Are imported aluminium Ware Guernsey earther Mare bathroom fixtures Gas stoves and Gas mantles Etc. Hubert v amp sons we wish to extend thinks to friends and neighbors for their kind gjri0jn Steak sympathy in our bereavement in death wife and Mother and for the a Many Beautiful Floral offerings. Tho. W. Osborn and children. S Harrison is off eaten Hext met vat Man la. 20c porterhouse Steak lb22c fresh pork sausage la. 12 1-24 Salt pork la i it and ilk j smoked sausage lb.104 garlic knockers la. 13c Home made Bologna Chicago mayor loses nomination to county clerk. Chicago feb. 24.�?robert m. Sweitzer was nominated for mayor the democratic ticket in yesterdays primaries. His plurality Over mayor Carter h. Harrison is approximately 75,b�0. Sweitzer is serving a second term As clerk Cook coup Toronto ont., feb. 24.�?a verdict acquittal was order by chief tip it be sir William Mulock today in the Case mrs. Hedwig Gerlieh who with her husband Emil Gerlieh was trial charged with conspiracy to commit an indictable offence. The Kerliehs were first charged with conspiracy to commit High treason in aiding enemy aliens to leave the country but this charge was afterwards modified. The court decided there was not enough evidence against mrs. Gerlieh to warrant handing her Case to the a tire. The trial Emil Gerlieh will be continued. The evidence against mrs. Gerlieh. A be court said showed that the sympathized with the enemy but this was not an offence Tho nature charged. Spanish meat sails Spanish meat balls Are As palatable As they Are rare and made thus one can tomatoes one onion chopped Fine garlic Cayenne to taste this forms the one and one half pounds Hamburg Steak. Soap half a loaf stale bread Drain off All water. Take one egg Pepper and Salt to taste mix together Roll into balls the size an egg and Cook in the Quot Spanish three quarters an hour. Custard hints before using milk for custard rsm it thoroughly and Cool it then use in the usual Way. To e it Isiah 1 will no become w try. / a it a 1 a Little a a a As p in r the fax r. If the Tard is j but in a ? 1 mix one spoonful our we a the dry s a r before Allf the n 1k <1 e s. I lers a Enn a a it it a Tho a a i f a keep a nov a a a Bur taut 41 a. R and a great do Sun. To propagate tie roses Plant a slip from a Rose Bush in Sandy soil which can be kept Damp through the summer. Place Over it a Glass fruit bottle pushing it Well into the ground. At the end a year re move the Glass and the Plant will be firmly rooted and ready to National Magazine. Patent leather Hes May be a it to it Good Cor Litton Dur a the col 1 we by Ruhy a a a a a n Cut if your Kitchen is All and Erke out the Ketch a a Abe an 1 a. Al shelf i. I a a try t a tank i it d put do a. Out the a a it Tuu i use worn out White stockings for Wash rags. Cut away the foot. Fold the top double and hem overcast the edges. The edges May be bound end a strap fastened across the Center to a lip the bind through. Uleta Soutul it v. My

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