The Apache Review (Apache, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1921 Page: 2 of 8
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THE APACHE REVIEW
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mi*iiii*i ill n lair |illri*. Mil* In illii|i mu
JiiIiIh'Hi mill ili'.ili'i* ami si*|| by mall.
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AlIlM'aukia*. Wlxronxili. Slim** mIiI|i|mi!
miIIiiii J| I ii hi i s nl n*ii*i|ii of niilrr."—
Mystery of the Pyramids.
‘N’nlimh klinMM JiihI wh) lln* pyra
mill* of i;.*\|il Mrrt* Inilll," rmnai I.nl
lln* at rh**iil**gl*l
"No," rejnlliml tin* Miapii-loua rill
ini. "Mnybt* tlirr** wasn't nny reason
Imynml (In* fiii-t Hint (mini* nf Hiohi*
1‘liHI'iinli IniVK frit Iiinlrr obligations
to pmvlilt* 4rai l fnr Inti unit Ini
THE WRECK OF
By W. CLARK RUSSELL
Jamaa U Connolly
Jin lief tinuar. * ha-re | fnnlnl a foul
girl and her ni*| fa'tier Another am
Mas at**. Ihrfe. allie, Imt liiautie 8e*
Ihg a (Miiibikln nf fn*kh wata-r, thl*
•nan gniM*t*| it, draining |t awl
When Me M'ere hark alsjard ftie
tinwii-imr I for my (mrt In the res-
• ue mu* put In Irona.
Thl* arifk litrtdont, added to fur-
ther in* dir** at'ii«e nf the turn and
the further failure of the captain In
live up tn hi* |irtitui*t- of putting lii
for iM-lter fmiit, Inflsiiii-d the rrew |h-
mud etiditratnv. They Matrliei| their
1 hanoa, rn»l.*d Hie |M*ip in |he nlcht
B<MMMd)'.< ' 1 ' M"1
I killed Mr. I>ui kllng. Tliey might lime
’*fcr •♦'killed me. Iimi. not withstanding that I
l.nioraur" 111111 •*»"*(* Byni|.||th> to Hlelll. lull
kart to New iurk somebody had til navigate Hie ship
I ek. at IMi llr In M Ithlti fifty mile* nf the Florida
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fMle« ol fhr »m In || deitr nimI |il«-itir>
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%«l«d All Him •« lM«arrM*rd Hip Mr%f }rmr
l*> llir ••«*?> in ti •«* l« rrMtlrm %• 111 mo.i
rriMlIly M*ftm»latr iilili l.lu nmif,
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• « hr Ink n Rnd mlory If i»lrn«U for h**|-
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««rl«lns MkndrmM or rdliorlnl nrtlrlr*
f«»r Ike I .on don linll« l>lrcrn|»h. Tl«r*r
•«rrr of rnootih liiiimrfmirr to hr tenth*
erni in«r«hrr In “llouM llir t;nllr«
• Irr* and ofhrr taluMra. llr dlrd In
I rd In uliHiidnii her and row a*hnre.
Having Ho* aafety if Hie young girl
mul her father a* well t»a niy own life
to think of, I agreed to net ax navi-
I wao having my Mii|i|ier In (he cahlu
under the new regime when I felt a
tmieh on my arm. I looked up. H
I wax Mi** Itohertann, Hie rewued girl.
Ih*fnre | cmild prevent her alie took
my hand and kl**ed It. She told me
then of the m reeked ah Ip. Her fa-
(her. a wealthy l.lver|MHi| merehant,
mm* the owner nf the ship, mhh li hm
la*« n ImiiiihI home from (’M|ie Town
After the xtnrtn. Ho* litlleer* and rr«*w
fearing the ship would alnk uiuht
them, had taken to the Imat*. sin
and her father had M|ient a terrible
thr*** day* on the wreck, and now her
father, already a itervnu* wrwk, wn*
diuken anew hv the frightful threat*
of the mutineer* here. She (rinded ti
me for the safety of her father and
Her tni*f Inspired me with n new
energy. To nave them 1 wa* now
ready to play nny game w hatever with
Steven*, who wax the lender of the
mutineer*. Our hnat*wu!n, who hm!
it rrv';............. ',u, ,o "r-,,,e to h,i.
hlx life had done wax on my aide. que,tion. properly .............. „„d
who told me that Steven* piled, la the
LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 13
LESSONS ON CITIZENSHIP. (May
B# Uaad With Tamparance
f.ruaoN ti:xt u«tt r u-a
OOUdC.N TBXT—Thou (halt lora th«
lord Ihy <i.-1 wak all thy heart, and
»Uh all thy tout, and with all Ihy mind.
Thl* It (hr flrtt *ni gr#*t < orumnndnirfit
And the e-rond la Ilka unto It. Thou alialt
lev# lh» naiglibor a* thyac.f Matt, ti:
IlKfKIU N<*K MATKHtAI. - Mutt »:
!•*»; Mark U 11-17. 1N-I7 Uiki %JU-X
*1 H M<*in U.l-U ph i ) IT .1
PRIMARY T<*PIC- The laind Wa Lova.
Jt NIOR TOPIP— Our Country.
intkrmkdiati: and hkm'or topic
—*!«ltlng Iteailv for Cltlaem*hl|>
Toir.No PKopi.K AND ADULT TOPIC
—Chrlatian Man,lard of Cltltanehlp
I. Tha Tnbuta Monay fry IN 22),
'I lie Diarlxeea and H* nMllaiix pur-
po*i'd to entrap Jexua and bring Him
Into eonllli't with the Itiuunii guvem-
mtnf. ao they came to Him with the
xnhtle question. “|* It lawful to give
tribute to < ae*ar or md?'* At thia
time the Ji*wa were galling under the
yoke of the Konian government. Some
even denied the right to pay tribute
to the government. To have answered
this question by “yea” or "no” would
have Involved dimeultle*. To have an-
avvered “yea” would hare conveyed the
Impression of endorsement of ull tlmf
the Roman government did. To have
answered “no" would have n.‘ once
brought Him Into . onlllct with the gov-
ernment. It lx not an easy mutter for
a ( lirl*tlan always to determine Ilia
right relation to civil government.
Many a minister Im* made a failure
of Ida work because he tried to solve
SALE OF CALOMEL
•'Dodson's Liver Tone” is Taking Place of Dangerous.
Sickening Chemical. Say Druggists
K cry druggi*! In town Ima noticed
a gleal tilling olT III |l,e salt of
raloiuel They all give Ihe same reu-
•*. 1*1*1*0118 Liver Tone la taking
ll* pla* e
“Cal'imel la tlangeroux ami fieople
know it.” |*mNihi« l.lver Tone la |*er-
amiallv gnaranti-e<| hy every druggl*t
who *< ii* it. a large bottle doexn't
co»t verv much hut If II fulls lo give
ea*v relief In e\er> ca*e of liver alug-
glahne«a and c«Hi*tlt>atloii, Just axk
for your looney liuck.
InmImii. * I net lone la a pieit*aiii-
taktlng. poi civ tegetalde reuatxly,
hartulc** lo IhiI(> clilldicu and adults.
Take a «tx»M.rul at aigtd and Rakr up
feeling hlie, no hllli*i*uc*», kick head-
ache, acid xiotiiai'ti or cou*li|*ili*l
howela. 'It <|i***n't gri|w* or (alike In-
f*aiventMww all the Kelt day like tli*
leal calomel. Take a do*e of calomel
ti*lay and tomorrow you will feel
w eak, nick and uuuxcated. I mu I u**e
Mu- lie I* a man of letters and the
stamp of nun | like.
lie Well, your III.III of letters la Ihe
the stamp I like tn lick.
,4CaIifornia S)rup of Figs'*
Child’s Best Laxative
Girls! Save Your Hair!
Make It Abundant!
I in nw** 11,11 ely after a "Dumlcrltie"
iniix-mgc, your hair lakes on new life,
lustre ami wnndniua Iteauly, appear
lug twice a* heavy nml plentiful he
enuxe fiicli luitr seems lo MufT nml :
thicken Itnii't let your Imir slay life-
lex.*. colorless, plain or st raggly. Von.
too, want lots of long, strong, beaut I j
A 38-cent bottle of delightful
"I 'anderlne" freshens your scalp,
cliei li* diindriilT and falling Imir. This
Ntimiilallng "lienuty Ionic" gives to
(hm. dull, failing luiir ihiil youllmil
brightness ami abundant lliicl.iie vs —
All drqggiata! Adv.
The Supreme Test.
Keucon (iildrow says that if a ii r.r.
loves a woman well eimugli In < !u*er-
fully write a check In puynieiit for lie."
new fall suit, though lie knows *;
means Hint lie will have to make hi*
old overcoat do another winter, it I*
safe lo marry her.
And Mrs. I Vacua (Iildrow says that '
If you love a man well enough to think -
you would like to see the Hour nf the
closet littered with his old oboes It will
be |ierfectly safe lo marry him —
Important to all Women
Readers cf this Paper
Thousand* ti| in thoumndu of women
hive kidney or bladder truuble and never
Women'* complaint* often prove to be
nothing else hut kidney trouble, or the
rcsull of kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not in a healthy con-
dition, they may muse the other organs
to become diseased.
You m.iv suffer pain in the liarV. head-
ache and loss of ambition.
Poor health ni'kes i n nervous, irrita-
ble and may be despondent; it makes any
Put hundred* of women elaim that TV.
Kilmer's Swamp Root, bv restoring
health to the kidnev*. proved to be ju-t
the remedy needed to overcome such
Many send for a sample bottle to see i
what Swamn Root, the great kidn*v
liver and bladder medicine, will do for
them Rr enrlo-'ng ten cent* to TV
Kilmer A Co. Ringhimton N Y.. yon
may lecoive sit iple sire bottle by Parcel
Post Yon ran ptu'h**e medium and
K WERE bound ntit of I.on-
ilon wlih ii general cnrgn.v^
The wind dying out. we lind
to corue to anchor In the pnwnx. The
crew bad been grumbling about the
grtih; end were now gntmbllng yet
more. ! wu» xi>cond officer, and to
in** canu» the ....... saying: "Mr. Koylo.
would you mind testing this?" and
handed me n hit of u ship's biscuit.
"Sugar, molasses, tea and pork—If
they call ’em that—they're nil the
Mine rotten ntess, sir."
The blseult was had. and though It
wns not my (dace to do so, I took It
to t apt a In Coxon, hut got nothing
from him except curses and the cold
advice to mind my own affairs. Mr.
IMi'-kling. Hie first officer, added n few
obsequious remarks on Ills own ac-
count. The result was Hint Hie crew,
getting no redress, refused to make
sail on the ship, and were put ashore.
Next morning a crimp cume down from
London with a fresh crew.
A fair wind sprang up, the ship was
got under way, hut we were not clear
of the channel when the new crew
were also complaining of the grub.
I bd words were passed between them
and the captain, so hot Hint the cap-
tain hnd to take notice, lie finally
promised to put Into some handy port
In Spain or elsewhere nlong the route,
and lay In a fresh supply of ship’s
‘What Injustice In the meanness of
owners and cnptalns!" I thought. Here
were good snllors and ordinarily harm-
; less men who might be made into crim-
inals. and nil to the end that our
banking balance might be kept large
and our national power supreme. With-
out the ltrltlsh sailor there would
be no ltrltlsh empire, and what
treatment Is meted out to him! lie
submits to hardships and danger,
and receives low wages, poor food and
mean living quarters; even should he
lie granted a hearing for a grievance,
nineteen out of twenty persons ap-
pointed to Investigate the trouble are
qunlltled neither hy experience nor
sympathy to render n just verdict.
Die (Trosvenor, of which 1 was sec-
ond officer, wns a fast-sailing, full-
rigged little ship of fiOO tons. The cap-
tain, under owner's orders to make
w hat time he could to Valparaiso, was
out to drive her. We were rushing
along under n press of canvas when
we ran over a small craft of some kind.
1 got n glimpse In the dark of a must
and a sail before they vanished un-
.No word came lo bring her to. I
asked Captain Coxon. who was on
deck. If he was not going to try to
save the possible survivors.
"Nave be hanged! Why didn’t they
keep out of the way?"
l knew what I wanted to say; but
it is In the power of a ship's captain
to injure, even to ruin, the future of
nn officer under him. I held my tongue.
We ran Info a three days’ gnld. We
had n terrible time, but managed to
live through It. As it was moderating
we sighted n wreck, a most mournful
and piteous sight. It was In my
watch, and I ordered the ship luffed
to have a better look at her. What 1
saw was nn arm projecting through
her deck-house window. I at once
called the captain and asked for In-
"Keep her away!” was his order.
I called him a murderer and ap-
pealed to the men. They cried to
save the lives on the wreck. The cap-
tain then allowed me to take a boat's
It was hi
"ns Intending to scuttle the ship be-
fore taking to the boats, nml so leave
me ami the passengers to our fate.
We planned to frustrate him. Ry
thl* time we had taken Mis* Robert-
son Into our conflilenee. One night
flnul word on the sub-
Joet. I'ntll the civil aiithorltiex de-
mniid of u* that which is a violation
of (iod'a law, we are bound to render
unto then) obedience. “Render unto
C'ucsnr the things that are Caesar's"
mean* the highest obligation. Since
Excel in form, vitality
and loveliness. A yard
of these exquisite rosea
makes a fairyland about
the home. For years we
have made a specialty of
roses — Vestal’9 have a
national reputation. Plant
anytime. Safe delivery
Send for Our Spring Guide!
Give* valuable information
and lista hundreds of rosea,
plants, fruita and berriea. /(’«
/ret—utile for II today.
Jos. W. Vestal & Son
%»( Hit Little Hock, Ark.
mir boatswain apparently fell over- enjoying Ilia protection and care It lx Accept “California" Syrup of Figs
Breathe In Health.
Thut cough or cold lu (he .head can
board and wax drowned; but lie had our duty to owe all allegiance to Him. *>niy—look for the name California on lu* Hyomel. No atom-
not fallen overboard- It wns a box of to yield our llvea to Him In service. *1'“ package, then you are sur.* your n‘,.‘ “ U'rou*h the
ten-penny palls, which I had thrown w orship and praise. Every one who child la haying the beat and most harm- fads "ai b“Ck ** U
ou r lb.* side. This wa* the night be- enjoys the benefits of civil government *''** physic for the little stomach, liver - _. _
fore that day when Stevens went be-
low and bored the auger holes which
were to do for the ship; but a* fast a*
Stevens bored a hole, the boatswain,
who had been hiding below for that
very thing, followed nml plugged It up.
Thinking lie had scuttled the ship.
Stevens came on deck and led Hie crew
Is obliged to pay the tuxes which
are necessary for the support of Hint
government, and every one who re-
ceives God's fuvor I* placed under a
like obligation unto Him.
II. The Great Commandment in the
Law (vv. 3*1 -40).
For the third time In one day the
and bowel*. Children love Its fruity
tnxte. Full direction* on each bottle.
You must say ‘'California."—Adv.
to the boats, grinning evilly Ht Miss tried by hard question!. While
Robertson and myself a* he did so. these questioners were actuated h.v
Stranger—I hear the polii*e Imve
been Investigating in this vicinity. I>i<|
they And anything?
I rchln Yes, dey fined me fader SI0.
Clear the Skin
Skip 25c, Oistaest 25 and 50c, Talcsa 25c.
OX1DINE IN HOT WATER
TI,., « r""'"1 <” <’ .Ml, £«'«*• '* «"»vrWOMEN! USE "DIAMOND DYES” SS.aISS“
N'hon the boatswain shown I himself ^ tliey put those (jiiostloiiH to Him _ hot w*u*r uk* n wgulMrly will improv* th* id-
on deck. Steven* saw him. “We’ve because of the Invaluable truth which
been tricked!' he cried, and headed M* answers set forth.
hark for the ship. The wind was rls-
Ing nt the time, but there wns not
enough way yet on the ship to outrun
the boats. They tried to hoard us h.v
the main chain*. As they did, the
bontswnln with a handspike and I
with a revolver killed or hurled back
Into the sen nil hut one of them. That
one was not so bad as the others, nnd
we saved him to help work on the
ship. Throughout the fight Miss Rob-
ertson. who hnd been gaining strength
every hour, held the wheel so Hint the
ship should not he caught ahnek ana
the spars cotne down on us.
We had now to work the ship to the
nearest land; hut the increasing wind
made It dangerous with our meager
crew, to keep sail on her. Wo worked
like dogs to mlure still, hut the wind
became too much for us. It came on
us like n solid wall; the sens rolled
to our tops. Spnrs cracked nnd hung
down over our decks. Only after the
most exhausting toll did we manage
to clear away the most dangerous of
the broken spars. In the height of It
poor Mr. Robertson died. I read the
eleventh chapter of St. John over his
In time the wind abated; hut the
sen, continuing to tumble and roar,
strained our ship so that she sprang a
Dye Old Skirta, Dresses. Waiata,
Coats, Stockings, Draperies—
Fnch package of “Diamond Dyes"
contains easy directions for dyeing nay
article of wool, silk, cotton, linen, or
mixed goods. Beware | I'.xir dve
streaks, spots, fades, and ruins mate-
rial h.v giving it n “dyed-look.” Buy
ncter on the basis of his morality ns Color Curd-Adv W'lj' I,rUiiK‘St U*
expressed In his relation to his follow _! ’
1. The first commandment (vv..14-
3S). “Thou shall love the Lord thy
God with nil th.v heart, with nil thy
soul, and with all thy mind." This
means that supreme and undivided
love to God is the first and great com-
mandment. This at once shows that
man’s supreme obligation Is to Ood.
It Is wrong to evaluate man’s chur-
rtjuui*rljr will iuu*n>v» tli* »p.
petiis, •nrtrh the bioud kml t<m«tiptb«function'
of th« »ntir« ImsIjt. Natur* will tl mi do (ha ml
toward making gov (trong and well. Thia treat-
m«nt Ii alaoeffw-tlve In warding off tv>ld». Kin
(trip and all malarial disorder*. OXIblNK purl-
f>* gnnr Mood and tone* up tb* eutir* ijsuu.
00c at your druggist’*. Adv.
yfk I h
126 MAMMOTH JACKS
have a bargain for 700. e..nn* 0r,t
L. Def LOW'S JACK It KM
Cedar IUpld«, Inna
Hold your Fur* until you writ** um for our
price list Hiid curds. \W want Furs. All
ktntln. The hiKh*-R( cai»h prlc*4* pMld Ht all
tlm.8 O M HI NTING A CO.. 575* Forly-
•txth Street. Brooklyn. New York.
A Cood Many Like Him. mrOI/l TO L0f,T,v,lvRIM0V,0,»,>t
„ . I 'ri"ti*l “I raid that I.....k you .....- 1 ntuRLtO
.it* 40). The second commnndment Is fr
The second commandment (w.
like unto the first In that It centers
In love. It is not said that It Is equal
unto the first; that would not be true.
A man may love himself, hut not su-
premely. One's love for his neighbor
mny be either too much or too little.
The measure set Is love for self. We
should love God hotter than ourselves.
He Is worthy of nil our affections and
demands all. Love Is not mere emo-
tion. but a supreme desire for the wel-
fare of another and n Willingness to
do everything possible to secure that
end. The comninnd to love our neigh-
bor is Involved In the coinniand to love
God. To pretend tn love God is folly
If we do not love our neighbor. No
one does really love his neighbor who
does not love God. To attempt to
establish a brotherhood nmong men
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large size *ff d-**** •teres—Adv
— - | crew nnd see what I could do.
A precipice in frofci. a wolf behind. | After a hard struggle our boat made
leak. There were not enough of us to without the recognition of the Father- 1
k.«ep her pumped out. We pumped h0O)i of Cod I* utter nonsense Men
till our arms fell to our sides; but of income children of Ood by faith in
m> avail. When the water was to our /esus Chrust. It Is true tiiat in the
main chains we took to the boats; sense of being God's mature* all men
and It was then, when we believed we nrp r.od's children, hut in the New
were doomed to die, that Mary R.diert- Testament sense men are only God's
*on and I confessed our love for each children as they are in Christ. Beware
other, she the daughter of a wealthy 0f the man who Is constantly erving
man nnd I a poor, penniless sailor. for the brotherhood of man and is nt
The sun was setting; the sky. far to the same time rejecting Jesus Christ,
the north and south, n golden color; The only real way to bring In the
the sea Mas a purple glare, ’the heav- brotherhood of man is to preach Jesus
ens a tender green and blue; and Christ unto the race and secure their
Kill That Cold With
Cold*, Coughs ’'OM^
Neglected Colds are Dangerous
Taka no chancta. Keep thia standard remedy handy for the first eneete.
Breaks up a cold (n 24 hours — Relieves
Grippe in 3 days—Excellent for Headeche
Quinine in this form does not affect the head—Cascara ia beet Tonic
Laxative—No Opiate in Hill’s.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
Mhile we were gazing on nil this glory,
the ship went doM'n.
That night, before the rouch sens
could swallow us. a Rteatner picked
us up and took us home.
acceptance of Him. We thus become
brothers In the real sense of the term.
M-hen we have God ns our Father. All
obligations resting upon man are em-
braced In these two commandments.
ands ^Happy Housewives
Copyright. 1919. by the Tost Publishing Those who conform their lives to them
Co (The Ho*ton PnatV Copyright in the are God's children and are the very
I'nlted Kingdom, the Dominions, It* Col- citizens,
ontes nnd dependencies, under the copy-
right act, by the Post Publishing Co., | '
Boston. Milas., U. S. A. All rights re- Worldly Fame.
"Just been to the theater, nnd the
song nnd dance team could sing ns
well as dance."
"Well. I’ve always said it might
happen, hut I didn’t think It would
happen In my time."—Kunsaa City
Worldly fame is hut a breath of
find that blows now this May, and
now that, and changes name as It
Fame is an undertaker that pays
hut little attention to the living, hut
bedizens the dead, furnishes out their
funerals and follows them to the grave.
Fame, like the river. Is narrowest
where It Is bred, and broadest afar off.
are helping their husbands to prosper—are glad
they encouraged them to go where they could make a home of their
owm —save paving rent and reduce cost of living —where they
could reach prosperity and independence by buying on aaay farms.
Fertile Land at $15 to $30 an Acre
— land similar to that which through many years has yialdad from 20
to 45 bushala of whoat to the acre. Hundreds of farmers in Western
Canada have raised crop* in a mncle season worth more than the whole
cost of their land. With such crops comnprospenry. independence good
homes, and all the comforts and conveniences which make tor happy living.
are sources of income second only to grain growing and stock raising.
flswl rlimafs crr\. ,r4 Mitrhhnra ^
ver. ence* of old aettied districts.
For illurtmled litwatur*. map*, dnsrlptton of
f».-m * Yportun ti » in Manitoba. Saskatchewan,
and Alb«-ta, reduced railway rale*, etr.. writ*
beparuocul of linmwrat.ou, Ottawa, Can,, or
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2012 Main Si.. Kansas City, Mo.
i Canadian Government Agent
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