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BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADEP The Leaders Home and Farm Live Stock Dairy Horticulture Poultry Department .... Contributions DEVELOPING FOR POWERFUL SENTIMENT EARLY ERADICATION Women ' Young People by the United States Depart- - just as much needed." E. W. Files, ment of Agriculture.) Maplecroft Farm, Portland, Me. That a powerful 'sentiment is devel "The work pf the department in oping among farmers, dairymen ana eradicating the disease of tuberculorattle breeders in every section of the sis is being met with great approval Prepared country for the early and complete eradication of animal tuberculosis is shown by hundreds of letters received by the United States department df agriculture. These letters, with few exceptions, give unreserved Indorse-nen- t cwners to the plan of of fighting tuberculosis in which the bureau of animal industry is with state live stock authorilive-stoc- k ties. The department of agriculture intends to publish n number of those letters with the names of the writers. Idealise it believes the experiences-thetell and the views they express should be convincing to live stock owners who have not joined actively in the fight against this disease. Many of the writers already are lifted in the department of agriculture's directory of herds officially accredited as free from tuberculosis. Tuberculin Test Most Effective. The following letter to the tfepnrt-men- t is from Bryant Smith, manager of the Iowana farms, Davenport, la.: "Iowana farms desires to commend and express their satisfaction with the work of the federal with the state authorities in the eradication of tuberculosis. The very extended of the federal inspectors enables them to detect and eliifinnte ihe doubtful and suspicious cases, the which become sources of infection when left in the herd. "We urge every owner of cattle, of dairy or beef breeds, to have his cattle tested for tuberculosis, under the supervision of the federal inspectors working with the state au'horitles. "We urge every reader to with the federal and state yuthorities in their campaign to eradicate tuberculosis, and we believe the most effective and surest method Is the use of the tuberculin test, as advocated and practiced by the federal and state bureaus." Has Heard No Criticism. Here is anoiher letter of the same character from F. Darcey, secretary of the Hoistein Breeders' association, Watertowu. Wis.: "It gives me great pleasure to he able to indorse a movement which believe is going to be a life saver for the breeder who is playing the jtame on top of the table. The accredited herd plan makes the pure-bre- d game a safer, better and irore" encouraging proposition. "I have my herd on the list. This fact relieves me of that constant dread of infection which haunts a mnn who does not know where he. is with reference to tuberculosis." I know lhat if I should be unlucky enough to pick up a germ, it will be detected in its incubating stage and' in .consequence forestall heavy losses which many unfortunate breeders have experienced. "I am. certain the fact that my herd Is on the list enhances its value. The Inspectors with whom I have come in contact are gentlemen well versed In their work and attentive, to duty" Eradicate Tuberculosis." "Only Way-tExtracts from other letters follow: "I cannot speak too highly of this work. My entire herd of 80 head has been tested the second time, and find everything all right. I have rail considerable trouble during the past live or six years, but now Legin to feel that I have entire control of the situation. I am doing all I can to encourage other breeders to put their herds under the government's supervision as I think It Is the only way to eradicate tubercular trouble." II. A. Moses, President Struthmore Paper Company, ah'.-mal- s Inter-Count- y 1 The greatest gift the hero leaves his .. race, U to have been a hero. -- Elliot. "There Is a hard hand and a light one In cooking, as well as on a horse's rein, and it almost' seems as It butter and eggs knew their mistress and Instinctively obeyed her orders, feeling themselves In the grasp ot a superior power." Kate Douglas Wlguln. - The by the stockmen in .this district. percentage of cattle affected with the disease is gradually getting smaller year by year." W. L. Burdick. .Willis-ton- . N. IX Benefits of Eradication. "The benefits from being able to ship interstate, the adverlisement received from being listed in the government bulle'.in, these and many other advantages make me think this is the cattle greatest boom to the pure-brebusiness ever started." T. S. Humphries, Humphries Stock Farm, Durant, d hand are always appreciated. Miss.' English Monkey, Soak one. cupful "In May, 1018, we signed up with of stale bread the federal authorities to get on the crumbs In one cupaccredited herd list. Our first test ful of milk until was made the 27th and 2Sth of the soft. - Melt one ta- same mouth and found our herd sortvv what Infected with tuberculosis. li'.'l blespoonfu! of butter, add a cupful of soft cheese, and when the cheese Is the federal authorities have kept testing our herd from time to time until melted add the soaked crumbs, one today we have 80 head of Ued Polled egg slightly beaten, half a teaspoon-fu- l of salt and a few dashes of caycattle which we believe to be entirely clean. We are positive that if re had enne. Cook three minutes and pour not gone into this plan, by tills tim'1 over toasted crackers or toasted bread, . our herd would have been hiidly lit and sprinkle with paprika. Jellied Chicken Salads. Put into a fected, causing us the loss of u gre-i- l saucepan three cupfuls of highly seamany dollars. We would fully recom mend ihe accredited-herplan to fill soned chicken stock, the whites and cattle.' J. W yolks of two eggs, three tablespoonfuls breeders of pure-breof gelatin and two tablespoonfuls of Lnrnhee, Earleville, III. lemon juice. Boll two minutes, stlr-- i Tuberculosis Soon a Memory. "We, the undersigned breeders ot ring constantly. Place on the back of the range for thirty minutes, then with Guernsey cattle, have the state and federal government fo; strain through a double cheesecloth. Cover the bottom of individual moulds a number of years for the eri.dicatior of tuberculosis in our herd. We do with liquid jelly and set In ice water. When firm decorate with red " and heartily agree it has been of in value cleaning and keeping e'eau green peppers cut in fancy shapes; our herds of tuberculosis. We believe cover the decorations with the jelly Moisten one cupful of cattle mixture. breeder of pure-breevery should with their state anu cooked fowl with one-hacupful of federal authorities in trying to stanip mayonnaise dressing to which has out this disease. If they will do this been added one teaspoonfu! of gelatin tuberculosis will soon be a thing ol dissolved in two tablespoonfuls of wathe past." Charles E. Wirt, William ter. Shape In balls, put a ball In each ve Nettleon, J. II. Nahrgang, Lewiston, mold and add jelly to fill molds. to lettuce and serve with mayMinn. "There are undouotedly some un- onnaise dressing. Scrambled Eggs To make a few scrupulous men in the business who will take every advantage they can., eggs go further in serving, use from d and if the states and government will a qunrter to a half a cupful of in this work and only pnsi rice; brown the rice In butter or sweet fat of any kind In a frying cattle that have been tested by author ized men, the disease will soon be pan." When yellow add water or milk Paris, Ky and cook until the rice Is soft, then stamped out." C. B. Of Incalculable Value. add three, four or five eggs (depend"The value to the state in the pro- ing upon the number to be served), tection of the whole cattle industry with milk and butter; salt and pepper to season. Stir and cook as scrambled and the advantage to the individual breeder is of incalculable valu. In a eggs, and the dish will be as good as short time the benefits to be derived one made using double the eggs. from the accredited herd plan will be WHAT TO HAVE FOR DINNER. so plain that all breeders of pure-brecattle especially will be forced, in orAs simple meals are the accepted der to sell their cattle to advantage, to become members of the accredited and expected way of saving work herd system." 11. J. Ooode, Jr., Alathese busy days, we must strive to have bama Hereford Farm, Gastonburg, . d d ."i-e- d lf Chill-remo- well-washe- . d' a Ala. r, 1 Mittl-noagu- Catt.. i.i ' s - . national so. diers- Hoins, Wibnmgioo u - . Officially Accredited at Free From Tu.;ereu.c - . ..ciotiod d ( 3m k ex-chi- de-fle- LUNCH. Dishps which may be prepared on the table in n chafing dish or with lit tle work before- "Confidence is the chief value of tuberculin testing. First, that comes from knowing your herd is free from tuberculosis and the satisfaction that comes from this condition ; second, the confidence i he buying public puts in your herd. The public Is willing to pay for this confidence. Tills makes my breeding work n pleasure and also profitable." W. H. Sen-ouBrookville, Ind President of the Indiana Dairy Association. "We have been much interested In getting our neighboring breeders lo have their herds tested, so - that we might have a clean bill of health in this community. So far we have been instrumental In securing over fifty applications for the tuberculin test aii.l to i he. best of our knowledge every one Is satisfied with the results and has full faith in Its application. The only Mass. regret that I have Is that there is not "Government testing for tuberculosis a compulsory law so that we might rid Is one of the best helps that the entire Unlied States of this Insidi. . . could possibly be offered to dairymen. ous disease." Willis Whlnnery. Sat ' Inst n "ond s tire Insurnnceiin:! lem, n . NIGHT SUNDAY JESSELL LADY Brib- Arda-sheff- TfcCCITCHB OF TUBERCULOSIS journalist Ardasheff, who had arrived shortly before Hadjetlache. backed by twenty million rubles, to conduct a s It was propaganda bureau. tional Story. surrender to the white lights that caused him to forget his mission. He had the money and believed himIS USED AS LURE self beyond the hand of the Moscow government. Hadjetlache really had been named Officer Once Decorated for Bravery by to succeed Ardasheff, and, arriving here, found the latter turning to profitCzar Believed to Be Most Unscruable account what he knew about the pulous Rascal in Criminal Recsecrets by selling Informabolshevistic ords of Russia. tion to the antis. Doorman Is Among Missing. Stockholm. Dagmar de Gysser, seventdoorman One een-year-old Kalve, an a Russian daughter of general, smoked many cigarettes in at the bolshevist legation, was another whom the colonel quickly marked for her cell and smiled. In an adjacent cell, morose and un- the government's revenge. For Kalve had turned informer to the Swedish communicative. Col. Mohammed-Becof a Cossack reg- government, with the result that the Hadjetlache, iment, wounded twice and decorated legation was expelled from the counpersonally by the czar for brilliant try. Just before' this occurred, howleadership and bravery In the war, d ever, the legation was looted of a tredetectives who sought to prove mendous sum In rubles and Kalve hlra the most unscrupulous rascal in disappeared. the criminal records of the country. Hadjetlache notified Moscow of ArElsewhere in the prison 50 members dasheff's change in allegiance and the of a bolshevist gang stampeded to tell word came back to "extinguish" him, the police what they knew concerning according to the- police. Then the colonel called on Dagmar. the fate of men alleged to have been lured to "murder Island" by Dagmar, She had loved the "king of the ladies," who is said to be the fiancee of the as Ardasheff styled himself, and was furious when he deserted her. HadjetCossack colonel. lache played upon her fury. He also Reveal Workings of Gang. About these two, the police say, have enlisted the aid of the monarchists revolved the machinations of bolshe- because Ardasheff had once been openvist and royalist Russian plotters en- ly bolshevistic. gaged In a duel of wits and duplicity. Girl Begins Her Plotting. Hadjetlache is said to stand' revealed Dagmar resumed her calls on Arda- as the leader of a Russian apache .?heff. Frequently at night her limougang whose sympathies and services sine was seen to draw up under the swung back and forth to the side with trees In front of his villa, until one the most money. night when he came out with her and The colonel established himself here they went riding together. He was as the agent of Nikolai Lenine. Soon, never seen alive again. however, he appears to have "sold Last week a Russian living on the out" the cause of bolshevism in favor Island of Bollstanas, where Hadjetof the royalists. Next they were de- lache had his villa, Informed the police serted for neutral forces. of mysterious nocturnal happenings. his affiliations became too 'mixed There was a raid and 50 persons, inand conflicting for understanding and cluding the Cossack- and his young the police are seeking simply fo know sweetheart, were lodged in jail as a that murder and robbery were the result of the haul of evidence. crimes in which he collaborated with Lehrs denied knowledge of any the girl. wrongdoings, but others confessed that Arriving here last November, the Ardasheff, after being lured to HadjetCossack a bolshevist lache's home, was bound andgagged established agency with a corps of agents, charged for twenty-sihours, tortured and by the Moscow government with the taunted and accused of treason to boly task of destroying the shevism. Meanwhile his home was bestaff by murder or. kidnaping ing looted. Then Ardasheff's bonds If less strenuous means failed. were cut and he was "tried by a Claim American Involved. on a treason charge. Twenty staff are said to men composed the court and their ver; ;On Hadjetlache's been Reginald Lehr, an American, dict was guilty. '.'.-.- two ftussiau flying officers, Cleg and Taken Before "CourtMartrar. """ Ivor Saltsevsky, their wives. ProfesBut the Cossack was not satisfied. sor Llttlnger, a. German musical tutor He believed Ardasheff possessed a sewhose constant companion was a cret bank account and Intended to get Colonel ; handsome widow Poulova, It. So the journalist was offered his army, and life if he would sign a blank check. formerly of 30 other men and women. Ardasheff signed. The colonel soon met the Russian Then, with a cigarette poised on her General De Gysser, who lived here had her revenge. in exile with his two sons, George smiling lips, Dagmar Before her eyes a rope was thrown and Louis, and the schoolgirl, Dagmar. Ardasheff's neck and HadjetIt was but a few days until the gen- around him to death. lache eral and his children were enmeshed The slowly strangled the say helped place police girl In the Cossack's schemes. Even now it is not clear to the investigators whether General De Gysser and his children were in the pay of Offenders "Fined" to Save; the bolshevlsts. They purported to and be staunch They Get So They Like It when they Joined forces with Hadjetlache he was temporarily on the side In the police courts of New of the royalists a violent detractor York state it is getting to be a of Lenine and the Moscow government common practice to sentence that had him sent here with unlimited minor offenders to a term of money. saving, and In Syracuse last year Led Two Murder Leagues. $5,000 was invested in this way The colonel established a newspaper, in war savings stamps, all later ' the Echo of Russia, the better to returned to the men or used to carry out his pretense to royalist senhelp their families. At Niagara timents, but the police have now Falls, when David Broderick learned that all the while he was in was placed 011 probation six constant touch with Lenine, reporting months ago and ordered to give counterfrequently the progress of the the probation officer $12 a week revolutionary plots. for war savings stamps, he comAt one period, the police snld, Hadplained bitterly. At the end of jetlache was the leader of two opposing months he received $230.50 six murder leagues the worth of stamps, and he volunand the reds each faction bent tarily placed himself on indefoi. the extinction of the other. As a inite probation, promising .to side line he is said to have dabbled bring in $10 a week to continue In robbery, and that is where Dagmar his savings investment. appeared as the lure. was the Among the Love, Treason, Theft and ery Figure in Sensa- 7sr Noted Writers.... by COSSACK CHIEF AND GIRL IN GREAT MURDER ORGY Home Economic Household at- meal, tractive and at the same lime appetizing. It is not always easy to suit all members of a family, but If we endeavor to bring up this generation to eat and all kinds of food well cooked and served, perhaps in time we may have a generation of Americans with normal appetites. We may not like all things equally well, but there Is no reason, except where there is some" physical disability or Idiosyncrasy, why we may not eat something of all foods placed on the table. The physical de elopment of a child depends upon his having a variety of the various seasonable vegetables and fruits, and it should he the first and Important thing to teach a child to like all kinds of ."oods. A child may be handicapped all through life because in his youth he did not become accustomed lo eating various foods that needed special care In preparation to make appetizing, or the Importance of such foods was not understood. It Is worth while to labor with children to teach them to like different vegetables. If for no other reason than it makes them more livable with. We are reaching the stage in our clvlllzatloc when It Is something to be ashamed of to say: "It doesn't run In our family to like cabbage." The fact is the average person who doesn't like cnbbnge or celery or carrots or any of the other good things, has not been properly brought up. and none of us like to admit that. Summer Squash. This delicious vegetable must be cooked until tender mid as much of ihe liquor evaporated ns possible. Then season well with salt This Is important, use nd butter. plenty of butter. Go without It on the bread for dinner, (the English people think It strange that we serve hirter lit dinner wilh meats and vegetables), hut use It ns seasoning In vegetables, especially If you nre trying to tench some one to like them. The proper seasoning Is fully ns important ns the proper cooking and serving. ' - 'v-- 1 - " x counter-revolutionar- court-martia- he - an counter-revolutionist- s, , l" Lady Jessell, wife of Sir Jessell and daughter of Sir Julian Goldsmld, Is one of the hostesses for the London social season. the body in a sack, weight it with rocks and throw It Into the bay. When the bay was dragged by the police they recovered not only Ardasheff's body, with the cord still knotted around the neck, but two others, which were identified as those of the wrestler Kalve and a Polish Jew named who was known to have been "in wrong" with the bolshevists in Petrograd because of menshevistlc writings from his pen. The police now claim to have learned that Lewitzki was taking French lessens from Dagmar, and that she lured to him, as well as her the den of the Cossaefc But while the other prisoners jira. signing confessions in the hope of receiving leniency, Hadjetlache, the Cossack, keeps his own counsel, refusing even to deny his guilt. And Dagmar lights one cigarette after another and smiles at her jailers. WAISTLINE CAUSES Skinny Individual Fatty Arbuckle ARREST With Midriff Like Attracts Police Attention. Brooklyn, N. Y. A young man as skinny as a living skeleton In a circus went into a tailor shop the other day and emerged In a few minutes with a waistline like Fatty Arbuckle's. Jerry McMahon, who witnessed the transformation from the corner, watched the man waddle slowly down the steps Into a cellar. Then Patrolman he called . his partner. Walsh, and, creeping quietly to the stairs, made a dash through the cellut door. "He must have weighed 300 pounds and now he has ducked," exclaimed McMahon, Just as his partner shouted : "Look here!" Walsh had stumbled over a bolt ot navy uniform cloth and a large quantity unwound from another bolt. There was perhaps $1,000 worth of goods in the pile. The fugitive, skinny once more, was and arfound hiding In a dumb-waitrested on a burglary charge. He gave his name as Joseph Riches and said he lived over the tailor shop. ts . AUTO TIRES SALVAGED IN FRANCE TIED TOGETHER, TRY TO DIE Superstition Believed Have Inspired the Act of Eleven Koreans. Buddhist to Seoul, Korea. An extraordinary attempt of eleven Koreans to commit suicide by tying themselves together with a rope and then Jumping overboard Is reported from the treaty port mile of Chemulpo, about twenty-fiv- e southwest of SeouL" The Incident occurred on a ferry-borunning between Chemulpo and a nearby Island. The boat was stopped and all were picked up but three were ' dead. The act Is believed to have been Inspired by Buddhist superstition. at Rug as Loan Security. Rending, Pa. Belle G. Nye of Manistee, Mich., has started a replevin action against E. J. Hnlow and the executors of the late Walter S. Davis, a Reading business man,' to recover a rug valued at $2,000. Halow, Is said to have given It to Davis as security for n loan. The etttrn Ntwipnpar Union plaintiff declares It belongs to her and 5,&ritw.'JL i'' ' THYiV'-'-- ' that she loaned It to Halow for exI Mie lI I lit Ill's! piiniugnipliM received 111 the Uliltrd Stlitrrt alluWlllg U pile hibition purposes. The sheriff took of automobile and autotruck tires salvaged from the A. K. F. Much of this the rug from Ihe Davis mansion to n material, dlwurded im unfit for further service, has gone Into the hands d the bank vault until the ownership Is de elded legally. liquidation corunlsslmi for sale, - a'Phlla-delphlan- :,nnn'-- ,.