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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE FOUE THE 8LYTBEY&LB COURIER NEWS TH» OOCRHR sitwe iMSstto*-— 1 • ' o »°;,?; J^ 11 ??^. .««<* Sole National Aijyffllslng R rk*)**; Dollies, Iilc -Kew Published Every Afternoon Kxcept Sunday" 5nt?rfd as secohd class maIttr; at (lie post office at Blyllievllie,' Ar- '' Served by tho Urdterl Press RATES By carrier In the (Jlw or Bl)ihevll)c, Jfjc per week, or $0.60 per year, fa advance, By mat!, within 0 WOIUE Of 50 miles, fi.OO per year, $1.50 for six months, 85c for three montlis; by null It] postal smcs Uvp to six, Inclusive, (V£Q per ypjir; in zones set-en and eight, $10.00 per year, payable In advance. It's the'Third House' Thai Is Dangerous , ; ,U yo.y conld get the sevenlh .son of a seventh son off in a corner and ask him, man to mini, what the. next great e ,i)o](tical reform in the IJnited Stales was going to he, he would probably tell you (hat it would:involvo aclop- : lion of the one-chamber plan by state legislatures. This idea, which Senator Gee-rue W. : Norn's put over single-handed in Nebraska, seems to be taking hold everywhere, for the excellent reason that it is a completely logical and sensible proposition. <. The weaknesses O f democratic-KOV- .criimeiil arc nowhere more apparent 'than, in the average state capitol. State government has grown expensive, inefficient, and unwieldy, i To a large exteiit this is because we 'clung to a device invented by the British back in the days when the power of the throne was a thing to be feared. •In theory, the'British House of Commons and House of Lords represent very .'different groups;-,- The former gets its authority from the- people, the latter from the crown. Working side by side, they are supposed to act as checks on each other so that neither class can legislate to the detriment of the other.'• * * * Because of that theory, lh e American state legislature jitis":.lwo houses. All reason for the division lias Vanish- erf; "what "we have now is'best •"described by "Senator Morris, who calls the two-chamber legislature "as useless as a wagon with live wheels." . "You ca.itnot have « two-house legislature," says the senator, "without in reality having three, for the conference committees that must be set up to iron out differences between house and senate constitute a third'body.' "Moreover, it transacts its business in an un-American and undemocratic manner. Its meetings are held' in secret; there is no such thing as a roll tall, and there is no record of its proceedings. * * * "A bill once referred to a conference committee cannot become law unless it is agreed to by a majority, of the conferees.. Thus it is within'the power of the conference committee, in OUT OUR WAY • secret arid without a record vote, «bso- .luteiy to prevent legislation and to Jdll or to fiHxlify at its pleasure and proposed legislation wJihfn its jiiriBdlf. lion." The levee which this ?jvca tu special iiilercsls to block legislation designed for protection pj" all dlizeiis is too obvious to need comment; .so, too, is the opening which it gives to all kinds of political chicanery hmt thiml/,|e- (ARK.X .COUKIER NEITS Once the public awakens to the merits of the ^iiiBlc-chn'mher plan, it is u safe IjcL that state after .state will follow the lead of Nebraska. Why the 'Heart Balm' The move to oi^law the "heart balm" lawsuit, initiated in Indiana by an intelligent wuiimn leyi.slator, sucmu to he spreadinif. A .similar bill i s jiend- iiiK in the New York legislature, and Senator SlcNabe, its sponsor, says that alienution of affection ami breach of promise suits "in many instances border on blackmail." ^ 'Hint itj a mild and sensible comment. Consider, for instance, the suit recently died in u niicldlowcslern court by a . younj,' woman who wants ? 100,000 from her former boss for In-each of promise. According lo ) 10 r suit, jYom 1928 to (he end oi: 1<W the promised to marry her. At [ho cud of 193'J lie chant'ed his m.ind. Uy her own admission, this .voting woman played along with her boss for close to six years. Any jjirl intullijfenl and sell-resijecfing enough to make her own way in the world ni^hl have been expected to smell a rat long before the boss broke the bad news. Offhand, would you say that heavy monetary damages are justified in such a case? Work Versus Money ( 10ugene Grace, who drew down $3,- 'IKS'J.OOO in bonuses from the Uethle- liem Steel Company during the war years, tells the senators who. are investigating Hie munitions business that to' pay an industrialist an army officer's pay in wartime would just 'naturally disrupt everything. "Greatest efficiency comes from having the individual interested in the results of the work he performs," he said; adding that nothing had ever been invented that would make men work as hard as the lure of money. 1 One wonders if Mi: Grace has not done himseii and other industrialists an injustice. Tho army used some of our greatest industrialists in France (hiring the war, giving them Ihc pay and emoluments of colonels and brigadier generals, and got a tremendous amount of highly efficient work out of them. It is a fairly safe but that it would have got the same kind of service out of Mr. Grace himself. The challenge of'the job itself can be ; , m0 rc potent incentive than the fattest of bonuses. HAVEN'T 1 Got "A' T| QOpD JOS, AMD • \ M/WEN'T 1 GOT PAY COMIM'i AND DON'T Bis BUSINESS MEN BORROW MONEY? GOOD MIGHT! NO LITTLE AKJVMORE , i , By Williams BEFORE YOLJ'HADA JOB, lt WE WERE PROSPEROUS/-! YOU MAD NOTHING TO ** BORROW OM—• HERE': AMOTHEE DOLLAR . ._ ... YOUR OLD AGE PEMSIOM. ;» SIDE GLANCES By George Clark 111 n, -igfyl IJUGI.V CAJ.i; IIUNDUIISOIV, prcdy n = .t. »nr,,, ,„ „ „„„. „„ ^'V, J " Iii-r J»-)c.'ir-olil lirolliur. kil|i|lvr( ll.clr fumlia j,,t| lc STUVB IIBVUHS, ," 0 %vorU« )„ rlic ....... nsk, tl - . u ,« unswfr. JlcnuivUlle, »bc - WKSTAIOHH. llJl'r, now dfinl, ,„ «J, 0 mill, " Many Forms of Headache Traced to Sinus Trouble BY UK. MOIiltIS FISJIIMvIN dilor, Journal of (lie American Medical Association, mill of lly- fc'cla, the Health illajfazlm: Muny forms of headache you feel lay be reiiiieii to various iorms oi Inus Infection. When there is eadachc as reauH of infection of ic sinuses, the pain is due to slim- lution of the branches of certain orvcs. Two types of pain arc fretiuent- ' HSKocliitcd with sinus disease— ic neuralgic pain ana u, c con . ant pain more or less localized the region of (lie diseased 1)115. The neiii-iilBli; pain com ,, s „„ iiially in tile morning, but grad- (lly dbappcnre by early afler- oon. Tiie ccnstiinl pain is due involvement, of the membranes Inch line the walls or the sinus. The headache associated with ironic sinusitis is diffuse and i; with il a feeling of dullness id heaviness as well as inability ) concentrate. Because of the con- cstlon in the sinus. |his pain may c intensified by sudden jars, stoop- W. severe mental or physical ef- ort, loss of sleep, constipation, or p'creatlng. When the infection i.s- in the mxlllary sinuses in (lie checks, ic teeth may feel tender or elon- gated ,. a ml' (| le pain usually is jn- ci'cascil by coughing, sneezing 01 stooping. If the pain is in the sinuses, which aro above the nose, hcadnclic is the most prominent and constant symptom. This headache is most severe during (he morning antl gradually bubsictes toward noon.' * * • In very severe cases (he piii» | S splitting, mid (here is throbbing- with each heal of Hie heart, due to the pressure of the blood supply. There are other sinuses, .such as the ethmoid and the sphenoid which Jio ojecp behind the 11050 and which involve more difficult diagnosis .for infection. Headaches arc (Ins lo many different causes, such ,n.s disturbances of the eyes, sensitiveness to foods, hardening o[ the arteries disturbances of lh L . kidney unbalanced action of the glands, and many similar conditions. There arc, finally, cases in which there may 1> C actual changes in the brain itself. These, however, arc exceedingly rare and much more obvious causes should be sought before one fixes on a tumor or an abscess of lhe brain as primarily responsible for a hendaclic. The Editor's Letter Box The Answer lo a l,cf;isl:ilor's I'raycr To the editor:) If J. P. Morgan were governor ( Arkansas and llulscy, Stuart Ai onipany «-cie the presiding ofli- crs ot the senate and house at, Lite Rock thingii would hapix'ii some- hat as follows:— Tlie Governor: "Mr. president (it ic Senate and Mr. Speaker of the. louse; Call a Joint session of your odics immediately that I may ad- ress them. President and Speaker: "Will do." 'Il:c Governor's Address.:— "Tnrcr. lillion dollars more revenue must e raiwd immediately unrl -some- low. Tax what you p!c,iv: but get '.c money. The problem is yours —not mine. Today th. c (iix>rs arc oscd agaiiiit 400.0DD on relief but eslerday. Schools over tile slate re closing down and Mliioj war- nils won't buy dog Wwiri;. unless ou find something to t.ix and gel ic money I prophesy iim before ) days, hungry inobi \viii march ver the .state and tcvron/j the pco- Ic, and school houses v.iij t ot nn- .cd." (Exit Governor. i Ist'Kubc: "Mr. Sp^ik. •; - Every- ling is taxed. Nothing i'jli to tax. propose we movtsa;; if, 0 state apitol and sell a r»up> million olbrs of bonds asiunst ;,. , nnc ) th n tatc Hospitals arc a»-i fp- an- Iher million dollars." 2nd Hubs: "Mr. S]if;iki ancient relics in Ihc i, llm Capitol «rc goort \,,. missions." 3rd Rube: "Mr. .Spni; r schools and relief v;.:' need the Capitol ami" pltak aiij-way." Speaker: Our iia, ui ,i New York is cn Ing. We alrr-ad.v H.-KV ;l , or on most, oi li-.e R l;1( , mrn ^ half Of all the- S!:u^ , ; , v ^ where we want yon. The state niiist adopt the Sales tax to avoid a com- plcle colhipse. Once on the statute books, sooner or later that sales tax and more of it will flew through our spigot. Our bonds will then bs worth 100 cents on the dollar thanks for the help of the schoolmarms." 5th Rube: 'Mr. Sjicaker: The IBO- ple of the State overwhelmingly defeated the Hales tax constitutional amendment but little more than two years ago. This time with the help of the Governor's prophecy you would strong-arm us." 6ih Hubc: "Mr. Speaker: Wlm "mushed tho. money for that expensive sales tax campaign two jcars 1130? 1 am informed several Bnitkliiir Houses in New York transmitted it to a Chicago blind agency, thence to a Utlle Uock paymaster. Dra the expense of the present campaign com c from the same source ami travel the same route?" 1th Rubo: "Mr. Speaker: Was Hopkins' cut off of Federal !ie!i"f timed for Sales tax aid, or an ao- citiciu?" 8ih Ruhr: -Mr. Speaker: I move we appropiiaic three million dollars lor R?lie/ and Schools and Hint it r» taken out of the Slate Highway Fund anil—" Speaker: -The joint session i., ad- f }?"" lc !'.-., ( . As ' tlrl Ca » :i laxi ana 8 ct| And the •'.•mint of r hc com- We need Mian we 'ate ftos- i ,i, i (C)ll ,, In i,,,. ,,„. , prt . " do without am- goi-oii we { could save the school* and Re- Speaker: "We've EO: ;x > , , ,,i, , 0 mill, UrtHU (, mucU ..«ru c ( e it ,„ G" C l.iil. tliri>n{,-li lhe Irlckm ir V1CK V THATOII .-:«, ,'oclTly^.Sf >. (.nl^ coiitluUr. Urlnu'. ,,(i cl ,- J'UII I..SCH f.lir Jnli. He -OH it-il, tu-ciiKr-il uf KTiouflu ,««, llr . Klcx-, .' li-K I" Jef.-nil hlm«clr, IM t'luljl.cJ <o iUti-.aiiifdimfiucaM. KO\V UO OS WITH 'I'UK STOKY CHAPTEIl XLVI A TALL, leather-vlsaged man - named Jasper Wllkius told hem what hail hapnoncd. Steve iad been carried into lihi own room. Doctor Carr v/ua lliero iiow, aud Mrs. Meyers was there. Gale and Josio and tlio men who .id carried Stcvo hosno waited out- nlile tlio closed door. Jasper explained lliat S(ovo had heen cic- fcinliiiB lihnselt from tho leader of (ho gang that Jiad broken up Hie mill workers' meeting. Getting the best ot the fight, too, .until another ot the gang, coming up from behind, hail struck Stcvo with a club. aalil. Ho Tlio door ot tho bedroom opened llien and Doctor Carr camo out Doctor Carr, whose red faco was usually so jolly, was not BiDlllBE "Doctor—7" Tlio physician ehoolt his head. Very serious," ho said, "Very serious." ' •"nut Doctor— 1 ' '•'•'• "There's nothing more wo can do, tho physician Bald. "1 haven't Slvcn up hope, but Mra. Meyers should liavo someone wllb Jicr tic rest ot (ho nfglit." ( "I'll etay," (Jalo Bald iiiilekly. Joslc, will you'slop and tell Mary where, I amj'\ "Of course.,". Tflo doctor j;avo Cnlo liistmc- I|oii9. "I've- tohl Mrs. Meyers nil (Ills, ho Baid. "Poor woman-do what you ciin for her." "¥ea, doctor." v "I liavo anolber caso (o go to" Nio doctor wcut ou. "I'll look iu again ou my way hack." "You might want a man liamly ' Jasper Wilklns said lo Gale "I'l wait in the lillchon. ' "Thank you, Jasper.'' had through a rear door, s(uirjbllng against Joo Gillaspic. Together tliey had made tlieir way to tiia next houses, waited with others who hail gathered there. "But what about Sieve?" Galo begged. ' "I'm coiiiia' lo tbat," Jasper went on. "Wo wailed a wlii.'o but notbln' happened. All ot a sudden someone says, 'I wonder what became of Steve?' "None ot us know. I remem- berer! Bcoln' a. fellow Biiuighin' Stove o;i Hie lientl nml scein' him tall. 'IMaylic lie's still there,' I said. 'Maybe lie didn't get out.' "We decided ivc'd better go back and lonk. Sure enough, there he was—lyin' on tho lloor just where hori fallen. Jlo was rolled over, sort of, ami Micro was blood-on the siclo of his face. \li a C yea wns Bliut but hts heart was lieathi' "Joe went back ana got sonie ot the olliers to hcln and wo rigged up tlio slrctclier we drought him homo on. Wo knew lie waa hurt bad and one oE Ibo boys wout tor Doctor Carr—" That.was tiio story. Doctor Carr had been at work behind tlio closed door over since. Joslo said, anxiously, "H'3 (akin' a loiifi lime." Yes, it was taking a long (line- no eternity. o a lc pressed her hands together until t|, c knuckles stood out white. Slio saw Steve'* face again as he had looked, lyin- on the stretcher, so white except or the ugly, dark stain. Sl:e hear.d his mother's tortured cry. JOSIE touclicd Gain's arm. "Don't J (ako il so hard, honey," slie said. "Steve's goln' to lio all right." :otton? Why, the tenant and (lay aborev, of course—lhe propcrly- Icss man- now do you smell a House? Mind yon tho office force, woks, etc., add no value whatever 't> (lie prove t but only keep a record of labor's performances. Now (his cotlon sells and the myer knows llic markets and val- ic of lhe nnishcd product. So the iricc of raw cotton is depressed lo lie worker low enough to absorb ill expenses, including taxes of all ) from the raw cotton to finished cloth — otherwise there vonld be no profit ill business. To WHEN (ho others had gono Galo opened (ho.bedroom door gem- ly. Stcvo'B mrilier waa on h"r kuecs lioslde tho tied, her head pressed against her son's arm Stove's oyes were closed and ho -- —•--.* tji^.u I.JLU Lt tmu. looked as tliou"b ho woro slnpn Kvervono Had (led then, Jasper ing. Tliero waa a bandage across 1111 "" ' •"•" '•-•' -" li/s forehead. r Galo Baid, "Mrs. Meyers, I'm go"IE to Blay with you tonight." Tho woman did not look up but her hand found tho girl's, duns to it. Sho sobbed, "Ob. Cale, they wouldn't tako bim from me! He's all I have—Steve—my baby!" Her shoulders rose and fell spasmodically. Gale's fingers pressed tho hand iu here, what was there lo say? Presently, Mrs. Meyers straightened, dried her eyes. "The doctor's coming l/ack." Gale told her. "Yes, I know." Gale waa never to forget that vigil—the house completely silent the room with its sparse, ucui fiinilsliIiiGS, the s i n K \ 0 light shaded so that the glare would not fall on the bed. Sbc was never 10 forget Stove, lying 6O SUM against the pillows, his moilier at tlia bedside, bent and There .Steve's desk with tbc book9 lie had been reading. There was the puzzle lio had been telling dale about' earlier in tlie evening—n, silly bit ot cardboard ho bui) pinked U|l somewhere. And ihero v.-as a hascball and a worn pair of bo.tiag gloves, Sieve's sweater on a ctialr. Tlie dresser with ihe brushes 3lie bad given him once for Chrlsunas. Once Mra. Meyers looked across broken by a bird's song. -f\'' caroling notes, soaring g;.n-: scompd brutal. How could uiiji ; bo gaiety in the world with 8t Q ' v close to deatb? A lltllo later Jasiicr Wilkli' canio lo the door. Gale rosp. an nnsivcrod his (iiiestlona. No, iiiei was no change so far as the- could tell. Galo asked Jasper . lio would like some coffee an 1 ' I offered to make It for lilm. Jl suhl no, It she'd show him w |i et It was kepi lio'd. make the coffc Cale went to the kllclicn an presonlly wns back. Tuo Biier' waiting went on. ' •; • • • i TT was just licforo dawn iiis.l there was ii Blight moiioj under the counterpane. Mrr"^ Jfoyers leaned forward. "Sieve! slio salil, "speak to me. Oh, aa somethiug!"- Slowly Steve's eyelIJa flfckeredl oneued. l'\>r a inonicnt ho Blr.i'e^f blankly, then recognition camil into hfs eyes. ' "Mother—" His inothor said, "Yes, ling?" There wore tears on checks hut . sbo was smiling'! "What Is it? Is tiiero auylliim I can do, anything you winH—;{. "Mother." Tho whisper wail stronger now. "Tell Gale—" : | "But alie's here, Steve!" Airs'| Meyers turned toward (he girl' 'See—she's right here." ; . Galo saw, ""Oh, Steve!'' am : could not go on. '_'You're—all rigbt?" , "Yes, of course. And En ar<|j you. At least you're going to hcl Oh, Steve, you must hurry amf get well! Wo—wo need you ao!'\ Steve's lipa moved faintly no words came. Gnlo, on heil kiiccs now, went on swlfllyi "Steve, you asked me to ninrrsl you. I—I want to have the wed-1 ding right away. Tomorrow If i)j( doctor says It's all right. We'l L ho married here j u this room. I'll I get tbo license—I'll see' abomj evcrylhlng!" Stove, smiled. against the pillowsj "Tomorrow," he saidj "Mother—did you hear? "Yea, darling. And I'm sc happy for you. Happy tor boll., of you! I'm—" She hent heil bead so that he could not sec heil irs. " "•Tomorrow—" Steve repealed, and then a moment later, "Tired. Gup'sa I'll Bleep-—" "That's right." ft was as though J he were a child again. His niolhe: j went on soolhiiiEly. "Try 10 gell your rest. It's what you netid.) Yon .want to, set aii the rest y The words drifted to an Steve's eyes wore closed The coverlel, over his chest, rosdl arid fell. Slowly. Fainlly. A lock! ot his hair bad fallen on his fore- ! l head ami it yavu liim n lillle-J look. Steve's 'face v...^^j. 11J , m^vuis iu»jvc(i across "w^j^n iuun. OLUVCS laco was at lhe girl and said', cliokhis. "It's | serene nnd pcaccCiil. Tlio coverlet- good of you lo bo hero, llo'd """" —' '"" ^' "" ' he'd want you—if tic knew." Gale rose and went to ibc older woman's side. "It only there'was somelhlng we coiDd ilo.'" elie said. "Yes, if only Micro waa—!" Tlie long hours dragged on. Toward morning the hush wai rose anil fell slower now. The! motion ivas scarcely noticeable. Moments li'jkod by. Tho bird I in Uiu ircc-lop sang once more. The shy grew lighter, anted willi n rosy flush. And Steve Meyers'.! spirit departed this restless world. (To lie Continued) illustrate, cotton comes to the B in, i his expense, includin" 1'i'^T l ; compress and Dinner. Later, the the price am! pasies ft o to' ti proper yless man, upplies Us hand consumer, who I th" very Drol '..ncr there is something of value [ pcrlyless man who mxK need hT added at each process. Labor gets!,™ cotton Can c ns a n 1 ins form of new weald, created Certainly net Ic^vstlnCl In the pay check. Out of this pay gesl price of al am tint P kl ofthicirt T f' 1 " in 'T SL °"M illCl " d " £ " c '« i" I *r -^ of which landlords .and bankers put it in another way all laxr-s.Vl and other townspeople pay taxes, taken out of t e «• cr of -ill r"J Wcl so much for that. Now Ict.s material ,„- now Vea tl, he it I ^^ OUR BOARDING HOUSE retailer adds in I w. Tlltkcr _ ft if. r, ; ,imed by .so',,,,: (i i;it the s.ncs tax ii necessary to reach the class who would nay no (axe:, only through n Mips tax wish in ,-how (Hat'the propcrly- IMS man w - s an lhc ( Now all , as money comes out of Hie vahin nf newly created wealth ?,"' m ; Ull ''('3te with 'cotton. The .>amc llnni; applies lo nil other cominodnio.s, wheat, corn. coal, stock, • • coal. . ., ,, t , j spcctlvr riist, iclj;. Now In Miwi,- sippi coutny, rtikama*. tl,s war [Mm ba!rs of < : ° l WEALTH. Had tills '«n?Hi 1101 bec " P™rf»ced there woulri have been no taxes paid In ippi county. We pay (axes once a year bccau.4 each >eal ;.. we 1'roduce this new crop of ™ which v-t.o prcciuces this "THIS GAS MASK IS SWELL TOR LOTS OF TH1N6S J—— US KlQS T5OAST POTWOES 1K1 A "BONFIRE, OVER SNAcBGLEVAElhAERS LOT, AN" TI4~ SMOKE GETS IN TV-r OTHER KIDS' EYES/B 1 WITH THIS ON,I CAN) KEEP -, AAY HEAD IN CLOUDS OP ) -f CANT SMt\_L. V ,T, J3y Aben VES,ALVIN—YES PLEASE G^s UP 1 "DISLIKE TO ^ THE . AA.VIN, THE MEiV\OF2,V

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