The citizen. (Honesdale, Pa.) 1908-1914, August 26, 1913, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3
JTHE CIVIZEN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1913. PAGE THREE CROP FUND ONLY FOR SAFE BANK Treasury to Deny Aid to All Taking Risky Loans. ALL TO REPORT CONDITIONS Comptroller of Currency Will Then Know Which Banks Buy Stocks and Which Really Aim to Meet Needs of Their Sections No Share In $50,000, 000 Loan For Former. An important innovation lias Just partmcnt at Washington to enlarge its control of tlio national banks of the country. The immediate effect of the change will be that institutions which borrow r iiiiiii niiMMv nr Kiim II 11 ni mir- u;s win uu ut'uiuu unv ikjiliuii ui uju i amount -will go to institutions that omnnrtH nf fhn nimcuittirni wennns. This policy of tho treasury dopart- pne nm II IlTWlllIlfWl V IWI1 JVI'IIIILT Mi.,IU. A 1 . f.. ... ...... T. .. .. l.. 1IJI1 111 IU1LIUUU1 LKllllwH 11L LUI UllHt! Ul iiisinpss nun imv fnriv iiim iimitiiji iikic ii minim iiimjiiiihi iiiiiiriiuii.Hin ill nil idio in ume ior uic uisiriuuuon oi uie ion wiiu siecniaiive oiierauoiis or are 'iinimiT I irni wits iiiiii iiiiikii wiiii'ii I' oitvnr Tfi roiiixrn nnnrwini srr.nn Tvnnr- To Provide For Future Loans. Information of this character, it was innuunceu, win now reguiariy do ou- iiiiii'ii iiv nil (tiiiiii n.iiiii!r in 1 1 1 i;ur- '11 lll.Ullfc 111.., UI1U1I tlllllb ockiium u IK I'liiuiirv urn in iiimmi ill iniiiii iiiiiii I lrcuiauon nt various periods or tne nnr Flila Innnr'ntlnn la tn tin. umrumit!r ni tirnnr nmr.ori.'ii cii:munN n run riiiir:i!nr nr liiifiriimiifiii mi. ianks -will bo required in future to f ur- 1NI1 Lllf LTI1V llIllllHIIl.. Acting Comptroller JCano's statement eads in part: All banks havo been requested to send on special forms furnished for that IV.A. win.. TVi n r, nnr fnmi will onnh n nship, Car, what banks accommodate i addition, should also enable tho comp- uiiv, iiiu.u vam iu uaii;tiuiii ...in. anks borrow tn order to meet legitimate Iscounts and varying conditions and hat banks should bo listed as chronic orrowers that is, thoso which borrow to lnnn !n normal times. Create Good Banking Conditions. Tho treasury department, it was aid, wants to single out tho instltu- o t'hat -it will bo in a position to do line them special deposits of the gov rnment to relievo stringency and L11U UIUIIUJ tStlllllCl HU1I.U re sending currency to districts where is needed. In addition, it was add- lero where banks nro badly over mned and tho government wants to nearth that condition In the interest f good banking, The information collected probably 111 Vin nT7niInhb n rnnrrross fnr iisn in lg the pending currency bill so that inl.-a mm lin nonnittod tn Irppn n still. antiai propornon or tneir reserves Itli correspondents, as is dono under n lll'iaSPIlT SVSII'TIl. ROB MERCURY OF TERROR. l . i 1 1 1 1 1 .1 uuemm nil u 1 1 1 i invu uvan come the Poison. Drs. Frank L. Jlooro and C. O. J T 1 , 1 i Of Tniiln 1. ...... mnA n .11:- I 1.1 X 1 11(1 L lAULUISUa IU 1UU 1J I V 1 1 1 1 " jo ui jiieivury 01 iiu luirur uiiu uiu ivo tho way for curing 00,000 men ho each year in tho Unitod States t; 1KU3V1HAJ UJ 1UUU. Tho physicians haw found, it is stat 1, that tho action of bichloride of ercury con bo arrested after its quick ci)i tl ii Hrtti tiTT li1t n ti I itinf 1 1 i ilson probably can bo dissembled and ten eliminated In a different form. An attempt was mado to force out if iiii'mi rv iittiii 11 fiii. in 1.1 ui Mil nit ay that electroplating is dono. The St f'xnorimont with tho electric bath oved a disappointment. The copper as not "electroplated" with mercury, it tho discovery which physicians id searched for in vain was made. lit I 1 ! I irixx V XUllUMU UU1U UIUU uiu dncys within flvo or six hours. From ght to ten volts wero -used. Other , j i ..i i. .. in v I n 1 iiuuluu BlllllUXliy UIIU LllU suits wero tbo same. It was found at a second shock proved fatal. Anti-cholera Serum Found. ur institute of Paris, has announced tho French Academy of Science his icovery of an anti-cholera scrum, no id monkeys Infected with cholera a Deen penecuy curoa uy inocuiu- FOUKSTItY AND TUB IjUMBEU IXDUSTKY Was the topic chosen by Mr. S. B. Elliott, of the 'Pennsylvania Forestry Reservation Commission, who spoko as the guest of the Lumbermen's Exchange of tho City of Philadelphia. The address excerpted below was embellished by numerous lantern slides: " Wlillo growing trees for econo mic purposes Is a widely separated undertaking from that of harvesting and converting them Into the various and well-known " forest products," thero Is still such a relation between them that the line of demarcation Is dim and uncertain; hence It seems necessary that not 'only those engag ed In each of these undertakings, but the general public also, should havo an accurate understanding of the alms and labors oi each. " The most important feature of economic forestry is to produce suit able trees which, when properly pre pared by the lumberman, will furnish such necessary commodities as tim ber, boards, planks, etc. But fores try has other significant features, such as beautifying the landscape, furnishing places for rest, recreation and health, providing homes for birds and other harmless wild ani mals, preventing erosion of the soil, and bringing about an equable flow Of springs and streams all import ant features but all subordinate In Importance to the primal one of pro ducing forest products so absolutely necessary for our civilization and national prosperity. " Although the forester may not dispose of his product he still may be able to carry on such work as will bring forth the lesser benefits nam ed, but the lumbermen cannot do anything unless the forester provides him with trees; and this is true whether nature or man is the fores ter. He must have trees as the basis of his business or he will find his "occupation gone." Hence, in these features, there is a close asso ciation in fact and thero should be In sympathy and effort. The lumber man can have no better friend than the forester should be, and the forester no more worthy ally than the lumberman. Each should know and appreciate the other's needs. When It Is known that all but one tenth of 1 per cent, of the lumber manufactured In the sawmills of the United States was cut from thirty one species of trees, and that SC. 9 per cent, of the total was from ten species only of which the various species of pine furnished 50.2 per cent. it Is clear that the forester should not go after " strange gods" and endeavor totproduce species not demanded, but give the lumberman, and consumer such as they most need. " In all this, and more, there should be a close and intimate un derstanding and co-operation, and it is gratifying to know that such un derstanding and co-operation is on a rapid Increase. The illogical view held by some in the early history of the forestry movement, that the trees of the forest are too sacred to have the " profane hands " of the lum berman laid upon them no longer prevails, and all intelligent advo cates of forestry must see that as soon as the trees are mature they should be cut down and used and now ones planted in their places. The forests should bo for use and the lumberman should uso them, but he should uso them wisely. "Thus it will be seen that tho forester and the lumberman should be, and I trust are, in accord; and if so tho future is full of promise; and this alliance Is more gratifying from the fact that wo are fast approaching a timber famine in this country, and the price of lumber in the market will, ere long, be the cost of produc tion from seed planted, plus a rea sonable profit, just as prevails with wheat, oats, corn, or any other cro'p of the soil. That day is inevitable, and not far distant, and tho alliance of the forester and lumberman will do much to lessen the famine's sev erity. Our virgin forests will soon bo exhausted and we can go to no other country for a supply, and we must depend upon such forests as we may be able to produce, just as Germany, France, Switzerland and some other European countries now do In part, and must fully do when their for eign supply is gone. " While I do not approve of all . '-y " SCENE FROM BILIiY, THE KID, COMIXG. that the lumber manufacturer and dealer have done In tho past, or are doing now, I do not, on the other hand, condemn them for all their acts. To charge that the lumber manufacturer of the past has been guilty of great waste, and that the dealer has made little or no progress in disposing of any but the best pro ducts of tho forest, does not take In to consideration the conditions which surrounded them. They man ufactured and disposed of everything that they could without a loss4, and who will claim that they should have done more? If we search out the really guilty party we will find that the consumer controlled in the mat ter. My greatest criticism of the lumberman Is that he did not, nor Is he now doing anything to perpetuate the forests. Therein lies his greatest fault, and it Is " a grievous one." Silt skirts are on display by the dozens. These vary from skirts slit a few inches to those slit above the knee. Underskirts and lacey some things that fill the gap are flesh tinted. In fact flesh colorings pre dominate on the Orchestra hall stage. The live model display will be di vided Into three sections to-night the bathing suit section, tho street costume section, and the ball room gown section. do Is to put your clothes on again. But no one can foreseo when that happy hour of sanity will be with us. There are no signs of It at present. But it says a great deal for the length of road we havo traveled that tho old-fashioned people (per haps thero aro none left) have not lifted up their voices in the press to rebuko a generation which would have made their fathers gasp and stare and presently resort to prayer to avert a thunderbolt. Lifting That Cup. Still most of us aro willing to bet that Shamrock VI. will bo second. hartford Times. Sir Thomas Llpton says he Is .sure of un oven race. Of course, ho means ail even start. Washington Post. The big yacht race Is far enough ahead to allow Sir Thomas over a year in which to enjoy the pleasures of hop 9. Washington Star. British Briefs. There is in Great Britain a union of office workers with a membership ap proximating 14,000. The British postoflico savings bauk has more than 12,000,000 accounts, one fourth being inactive. English mistresses who can afford it aro employing men instead of women for housework, as they And them more satisfactory. pnttirirTTTTTTTTTintfflntittttiiiHtiHnnttTi MARTIN CAUFIELD Designer and Man ufacturer of ARTISTIC MEMORIALS Office and Works 1036 MAIN ST. HONESDALE, PA. trjttttttJfJttrtr. WARNING TO WOMEN READERS If You Rend the Following You Will l!o Shocked, lor It Tells Much About tho Fashionable Fnd of Dressing Oil' in These Days of Di vot'co and Depravity. Chicago, Aug. 23. They're strik ing off the shackles of the Paris fashion creators at the big National Garment Makers' display opening hero to-day, and in the words of a horrified male reporter, who viewed the preliminary exhibit: " They're striking off everything else." It's the most daring exhibit in the history of the Garment Workers' an nual displays, according to leading modistes. The keynote is " back to nature " and the backward move ment is accomplished by mighty jumps., Bathing suits in flesh colors, slit skirts with silts that reach and reach, and ball room gowns that aro visions of nothing at all, were placed on display and will be doned by real, live models who will parado to-night on the orchestra hall stage but solely for the benefit and in struction of the garment makers. Tho " Buster Brown " bathing suit, it was universally admitted, caps the climax of the garment mak ers' creations. Modistes who saw It to-day declared that after one plunge in tho surf the wearer would resemble nothing so much as the famous " September Morn," The " Buster Brown " on display was made of flesh-tinted silk. Tho bodice is sleeveless and cut entirely too low for Chicago police regula tions. There Is no skirt. The bloomers the " Buster Brown " Is the pair of of indiscretion and they don't pretend to cover the knees. From tho bottoms of the bloomers to the tops of tho stockings there is noth ing at all and the real startling feature of the " Buster Brown ' is the pair of white silk half-hose thnt go with it.' Porous Plaster Wnlsts Disapproved By Firm. New Britain, Conn., Aug. 23. Yesterday was pay day for the twen ty stenographers In the offices of Landers, Fray & Clark, hardware manufacturers, and in the pay en velope of each employe was a neatly worded note calling attention to the fact that the management " disap proves of slashed, slit and shadow skirts and porous plaster waists." The girls were shocked, as they havo enjoyed the reputation of be ing the first In New Britain to wear the latest things from Broadway. They knew wnat was meant by slashed, slit and shadow skirts, but when they Inquired about porous plaster waists they were informed that those are the kind that fit as tightly as a plaster and are so por ous that there Is hardly sufficient ma terial to hold the holes together. Town Topics. Amazing! The police have actually blscovered that there is gambling In imr city. Chicago Record-Herald. Ntw York is to have the largest courthouse and tho largest church In the world. Every city is the best Judge of its own needs. Omnha Bee. Whether It is a thing to boast of or aot wo won't pretend to say, but we believe It to bo a fact that Bolivar has fewer red headed girls than any town on the face of the globo - W. C. SPRY BEACHLAKE. AUCTIONEER HOLDS 8XLEQ ANYWHERE TS STATE. NIAGARA FALLS. THE TOWER HOTEL is located directly opposite the Falls. Rates are reasonable. 19eoily Before you start on your va cation see that you are supplied with some Neura Powders for Headache, io and 25 cents. Sold everywhere. NOTICE Tho Mania for Undressing. (From The London Times.) What is patent to the least obser vant nowadays is that women wear almost nothing under their gowns, even in the daytime. Petticoats went 'some time back and wero replaced by tights or not replaced at all. The stockings are of such diaphan ous silk as to embarrass the beholder who sees, even in the street, so much of them, 'and they are not covered by any but court shoes. So much for tho foundation. Over this Is worn a flimsy sheath of half transparent material, cut almost as low by day as by night, arid with such slashings and liftings in the skirt as may fully display the leg half way to the knee and which show every movement, of tho limbs al most of the muscles. A story has been going the round of Paris in which it is told that an Englishwoman was offered a dress with tho following inducement to tempt her: " Madame will be satis fled with this robe, for by putting a pink ribbon underneath, Madame will appear completely nude." As If that were the absolute ambition of every woman for the moment' Certainly thero is an orgy of un dressing going on and it shows no signs of abating. And what is to be tho end? It Is difficult to see; but obviously, when you have gone on undressing for a certain time, you como to the end of what there Is to take off, and the only thing to The use of hose for sprinkling is abso lutely prohibited, except between the hours of 6 and 8 a. m. and 6 and 8 p. m. HoUesdaBe Con. Wafer1 Co. "New Way Air-Cooled Gasoline ENGINES No Water to freeze. No pipes to burst. No weather too cold. No weather too hot. Less Gasoline. IVIore Power. Have you seen our Reo delivery truck? It's a dandy. Better look it over. 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