The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1932 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE FOUR ' THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE COURIER NEWS CO., PUBUSIIKKB C. R: BABCOCK, Editor K. W. HAINE3, Advcrllilng Manager Sole National Advertising Represent nilvcs: Arkansas Dallies, Inc., Niow York, Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, Dallas, Kansas City, LUllo Rock. Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday. Entered r<s second class matter at tlic post office at BIytlieville, Arkansas, under net ol Congress October 5, 1917. Served by the United Press SUBSCRIPTION HATES By carrier In the city of BIytlieville, 15c per week or $6.50 per year In ndvancs. By mall within a radius ot 50 miles, $3.00 per year, $1.50 for six montlis, 85e for three months; by mall In postal zones two to six, Inclusive, $6.50 per year,'In zon;s seven and eight, $10.00 per year, payable In advance. The Road Tax » If final canvass of the returns confirms the apparent dofent of tlie 3- niill county road tax nt Tuesday's election the result may bu a situation with exceedingly serious implications for many residents of this county. Lack of funds (oi\ maintenance of roads nnd bridges is likely to cause the virtual isolation of thousands of farm families. Those who live at ;i distance from hard surfaced roads may find that not only have occasional visits to town or to iiciiflibors living at a distance been made difficult, hut that they have been deprived of mail service, for Undo Sam maintains rural free delivery mail service only over routes on which roads and .bridges are maintained. The incomplete returns of tife vote on the road tax, available as llii.-i is written, indicate that the heavy majorities against; the tax were given in communities which have concrete or gravel surfaced roads, not directly dependent upon the proceeds of the tax. jit is likely, however, that they will suf- ! fer indirectly from the defeat of tiie tax, because with this source of road maintenance money taken away sentiment for repeal of that portion of the gasoline turnback law diverting the turnback to retirement of the obligations of road improvement districts is certain to be strengthened. If the road districts lose this turnback (heir lax- payers will find themselves worse off than if they had continued to vote the general comity road tax. V The Menace of Dictatorship During the past summer a new sentence crept into current American usage. You heard it in a good many places— at luncheon club tables, iu Pullman smoking compartments, in business offices, at bridge parties and so on. It was this: "What this country needs is a dictator." An idea that no American would seriously consider a few years ago became a commonplace topic of discussion during the campaign. X» political campaigner touched on it, of course, but it was voiced over and over again by ordinary folk, and you can "still hear it, At bottom, of course, it simply il- OUT OUR WAY m? the way in which the general public has become disillusioned about its government. It rcllects n widening belief that our democratic {fon'inment i.s too cumbersome, unwieldly and slow-moving to handle <i crisis like Hie one through which we have been passing, A steadily-increasing part of I he population no lotjffer (rusts devoutly and blindly in the ability of democracy to meet an emergency. To a great extent tin's disillusionment is justified. Hut those who talk glibly about our need for a dictator ought to remember thai they are proposing nothing less than a complete revolution in our form of government. Installing a dictatorship in a confused and sorely tried nation i.s a fairly '-imple job. Ck'tliiiK rid of the dictator »ftei' Hie emergency has passed, however, is not so simple. \Vlio would really support a dictatorship in America? All of the blind forces of greed and reaction that progressive leaders have fought ever since the days of Andruw Jackson. The dictatorship would inevitably place property rights above human rights. Its first job would be to make great fortunes secure. It would leave precious little room for freedom. All of this, of course, is self-evident. But it gets forgotten by those who dabble in this "we need a dictatorship" business. That phrase, voiced by a lot of people who ought to know better, represents one ol" the greatest menaces our country faces today. —Bruce Calton. I am in darkness and f know nothing. I nm walling developments. —Samuel Insnll, former ulililies cznr, Just L-ctcre his formal ar- rcst in Alhcns. * * t • Kvery wcrker lias a right lo a home Hint measures up to modern standards. Since it dees not pay private business (o provide It for him, the responsibility must be shouldered by Ihe .state nml ihq coniinuiiilr.' — Miss Dorothy Kenyon, vice rfnirman of Hie Pncllic IlonsiiiLj Conference In Nciv York. Cur object at Geneva will nol be to take to:iia dramatic step which would fccus attention en cur initiative or leadership. Our aim will be no", lo have a separate iiolicy of our cwn. but_ to unite with the other powers in finding a single policy v.-hlch mljlU fuirly bo described c.s the policy of the League as a whole. —Viscount Hailsham, Britain's Secretary of Stale for War. t * * A part of our task will be to see to it that modification is adopted in such a Icnn as In pass review by the courts and to sec lo it that, beer is nol so heavily taxed as to make mcdifl:alicii in part meaningless. It should provide a tre:ncndcii3 revenue, but it Ehould not !:e taxed so heavily Unit home brew will drive II oul of Ihe market. —Matthew Woll. vice-prcsidr-nl American Federation of Labor. * * * Shaw dons all ills flashiest costumes anrl parades ll-.em fcr OL)I- lie is a natural Ehowmnn. a congenial Bnnumi; nnd always displays his brsi jj.-oiis in tlic window, in this ase of fi-Lintic publicity, Shav; is a s;cnius in .V:kim.:; —ArcliibaW He.'KleioOii, .in his bio;rsphy of Cit-crge Bernard Shaw. By Williame SIDE GLANCES By George Clark iJ! i'.s scrum sn to the disease. Isolation Is Not Always Possible But Caution MclpsipS I. | which w es onpos?, Me today a cor I AsMiciation, anil uf lly- ftcin, ti:r IfvLillb M-i^avine '1:1'? i:i,'ve'i:lio:i of-.di;.e-ns^ rniisi, as ha.', pic-.j'ji.'.-ly been ir.,'iil!o.'i- ed, /be rcblnl to cur hnowNl'j.i? o: llie way in v.hldi infectious c.'i.scaj 1 ,:- unins cntr-inri- ir.'.o the hcdy. in !li!' !ii>i place every- t!i!r.;.' possible mu't he do::? lo ••;•-:• lo It that ih" sums i.i the i:-::.r;ii v/Jio is !n:''-:!r-d rtu j:ot '-jet out and llnr: i:ct into eonl'.ict v.'il-i other t:cop'e. If this co'.iid :-,- dcj'.e l:i every CLV:''\ mLiny inf.. dions v.t'Jld probiib'j 1 be- c:nu ;i : appear. J'i wo:!!!! m,;-,!! thai all l'"l'K piilOW f.1S!-'i. l- Jiam'.ke-fcliijf.s and. in feet KY nu. MOUKIK riSlH'EIX : c <s f ran one person I: l-.ilil'.T. Jiimiul i,r llic Anu-rleiui 'j his means, of j course, complete! control of food, drink mid air, alsol tho earliest possible detection of I hiiinnn U-ings, animals or.Insects' v.'i:lc!i cmry disease, the control of scrli carriers and their possi- ]?!•. rtin:iiiation, : H ian l:a wen at once that a human beins who lr, carrying ty- Vhoid l:c eliminated but. must IK conu-olled. Sine- lhoi-1 arc millions of r .-rsom vho cW ; THK KAISK « • di=c3s« constantly it i s Ilo i i' (ke . I On.Nov. 10, 1918. the First ly ili:u ,this source of infection Spco;Hl America.'! armies ,i<i,- itll( .j will ever be brought completely" i cci Oi> a 71 -' llik ' fl ' c " 1 a! °in; til! • ! Moselle nnd tho Mi-use i Ivors. Th-' ! ..-. nndsr control. i Moreover. arc some . caws of which the cause is nol cf 1-11! | ck-fi!i!(.->ly known and it is unlike <.Lh:i:;j, j ly that healthy carriers of such every- , diseases will ev.-r IK conivolled .. is I iir.ill itl:e cause of the disc™, k mtr-ci'd, wo'.ihi have lo b: ster- ' . ili.ccd by builhi 1 ,' or by ::tci:n im; tier pressure bcTore '..< mi; p?:rnit- i ted in contact v-'isli r;'.'iicv people. j It .would menu t;-,:" ail of Ihe t'xcrellons from the .'-uiiv o- the . infected person wo'.ild . P clod by proper anti ;•; I b'.trnm?. it v,-oii!d i. 1 .1. pe:son with n di'-Thaiv: 'The br-sl slop that the avsvaac r.:r:on can take to prei'cnl infpc- tioiio ciisesse is fust of ail to raise hi", Individual resistance bv pi-ae- the best possible personal I kaiser and the crown prince neii " ls - to Holland as the king of Wurll (ember;; abdicated. Serbian armies advanced nort of ti?e D.imib? and Save river. 11 I and entered Serajcvo, scene of lh' BSFas-lnatlon which precipitate' 1 the World War. : ) 1932 BY KCA SIBVICC. IKC.R£fl. u, s. PAT. OP? jfii\i e^gSteSS?- ig \l Candidates Warned Not to Feec! Vcteri . ---3 - '- • i«J-- nan: ji;;i ^UU'Ll be chsiu- irysidie. This means the entin? of I m-riw, , ."- or by; K ,,,HM:- diet, the secirin- of ! , "ELENA. .Mom. (UP)-"M»slii tn»l the j sufficient exercise and sun!Mn ' e<1 thc vol - ls '" Was ll)c ™"»: - u ...:.."... from the nnd irnrh i-"st to fiivo tlv' Ms" i C " en l x>lltlcal candidates by lh : HOS;., such is., occurs 1:1 !hc com- : sues of the bccl'v opportunity ',„ ve- i |! Ul ? " tlorne - v General rscoiiii nion cold, vould al all limes v.'Ofir i eiii c-'Tte from" fat'cu" ' • ! ad I)K? " arkccl lo r »!= wlv;'- i! face mask. j j lcrov , r Sn Ul " )r r '• cr !i candidate mlghl conlrii>i indeed, it v-m,:d mm Mich an , coltain uifecUous dto'™ °s! £ M S ctiyn nnd routine o not likely to be uc-neraUy "So this is lilUe jimmy Townseii! Land's ;ja!«c? hov; •ou h;ivc Brown!" "' ed. T!L- CHURCH EXCUSES •Uy Gcorje V/. Barhnui vi::;:v:i:u;.or llic . i-c;s:ble to aid resistance by in- •:si.-iencc that it jectin:; (he human beins eilhei- '.silli UoLVil (lint Jns si'eh ins the blood from a person . v,l:o has recovered from the dis- ;f cs'.ir.-:'.., 10 ' e.i>ie, or by iiijcctin<; serums from to }::evem , an animr.l which has been inf^c-t- belsis pass- ieu" with th.n rtlsrasc ami which lias ! "Il's a co'.rupt practice," 1: , held, explaining (hat state lav. lesistanc,?, prohibit any person from proviti ir-3 meat and drink for the pur pose of influencing voters. Since Mother has been K. ..... o her rosin nnd Jo; will not se.' her, she has ussd up an awfid !o'. )f writing paper putting i:.ip- IsniLll nrgumcnu on papar. I diwci he day when she finds out V.LLJ: Jce has t:en doing with whal ?:u vrote lo Jljini, Of cciirsb. my tno:iu'r s dear to me but sr.e Is thc i;>.' woman who tnke.-> thing;, " ID lean and she fcsls li:al since- s::; c her cDiisenl for me to m..:iy Jce and brini; him in thc fa:i:i:v hat he should give hsr, as Jo: ays, full faith and cralii. VVni.'e it s true,Mother and I are much wttcr bred and mere relin:d . s u:i Jco and his family, yet. 1:.' i* n y--.'-.\ nun and Mother dees Hive "h.m Jit for being, wliat .•-•he calls, i BCCKI provider; and Jce snys it is 1 pleasure to him to provi:!; Inr vilh a roam nnd beS as 10:15 as'slit vantcd lo slay In it, but !-,L'.>i ,vX' Jegan la talk of a chair \vilh .vhrcli ne was nol quite so agro-able.' Hj ays i'.e will Kindly fiiniish r.-r ma- erial to write about her .-Jmrch 1 her fciim of b.ijiiism b-.r no vheel choir. (Copyrighted.) I Church Precedent To Be Established BOSTON (UP)-.A pro.-rdcnt in jnitarian and Universaiia u.'irch lisiory will be established "hero Jan. 10, when nn inlerdcnoinina- lional band of libnnl mission ireachers will l.-e con::ecra!.::i to ts work at a jjrvicc (o l-e held it King's Chnpol. olrlrst Unitarian church in Boston. Shortly afterward 11:,- ;".'Mcliers ill so to North Carolina, wirere 1C missions will bo held Miniiltan- coiisiy in ;ihe principal centers duriiiG (he wert of Jan. 15. The new oiQiuiization. lo l)e known as 'The Mission ISrollier- liood—A Lil--;ml Prrarhinc Order." tas for its purpose the l-.oldin? of I missions throughout the l.'nilcd' S!atc.s and Canada "for !;ie car- j rying of the evangel oi p'.ia> and i free ic'.igioi-, tr- all iiu-ii." Each: niinist?!- of tlie Brotlicr,h:xi;l has| signed a plcdgr to co.-.uiict at .east one surh ml-sion y. -.-ly. ntul,' t is expected that in 'the a»»rc- gale about 200 mUitons will" be held o3"ch year. i •—• 1 | VICO." Va. (Un "'_ c'jockelt! \Vhitehcad, whn d:t:i lieu at, 87. is survival by hi; witi.-.v.-. 17 chil-j dren. 117 srandcliilavvi' • r-| 17 I [I lr::]Ti Tor ^ (if lu- Iff fn liavr Ilu-rf lli<- rth-rvr K no Tin- !.r.-:ii' nbll'li, ti, ti l.-inil liiuiit! of I.!.V!>.( AVi:il1!.l.. liinrtii-J li in lim'. l.linhi ritkiiuuiic..^ Hull <vi[vii.| ,,r three unrsK OUT thr tvci'li-ciiil llicv iivr to i.:iv t . llvr. 'I'lip irur.«n will hr: H)l1M>i AMOS l'i:.U!l>IIY. i-liH-rlv. ,11,CM.I ri'l;i- llvc ,,f I,|III]J,- H ,V!LO v.:-. In X t -,» Vorl. ,iu i M-IC lo ..Mi ihv Avrrillt: i:,\r- I'OS. IXSI'.V, M*!i nrlu-r nti stir. 'I'ln- \vr:i!h Fir f;llr^ls nrrivc , -r. ha. MIU CO (I.V WITH THE STOI1V C!l.\PTRK IV I I.VOA rr.tli:-r forgot bcr ninuners j at dinner. S!io admitted it aflurwaril.s. Of course, with the i-l'.arii-.ln:; Mr. DeVos on her .'iglit. I I v.-n:-. hnrd In pay correct attention to stiilid Mr. Kiatlainl-r on !:or left. Hut il't! Hot excise Mcr notice- i'.!de cli^orp'iion in t'uo young IJsi- Kl'-.n. v/itli bis disnrnnns nir of A(roas tlic table Dc'/o3 cut in nil/i a <juic£ ijuesljon and (xdaimed lltat he, too, /(ncn> tiiai 1 Ajnca. up t-uveto wlilcli r-rstneU i:im so thor- ri:l |iy rifc t, 0 |,i, n i a i cr lo ma ] :0 cii'suly c.vccrir::; 'd. for givins liio oilier men Hie prefer- In Me:. w;io:> she lud nnile enti.'il sv-als al dinner. Mar via bad Inr;,vitte.'i !n "la: 1 !!" il:o coiivc-rpa- fhari.sed. That (liicl; crown of deep lion si:u cnuqh! i-c,-: y,t sway frnm I cbcslnnt hair, with its symmetrical him fit cusnly thm .T (inrl; ilusli np-j natural wave, was hcr.vily marl;eil erLpre^ion-1 :;LI,V by jrr.iy. His eyebrows wore Uss fcif" Linil lie niuii.-ircl willi in: j r:;; heavy, bis nndci:-:liot jaw as ovper-t-.-il F:iviisr.ry. "[),n:rt let mt' i noticeable ns ever, but Hie rich. ir.trrnuit yim. .':L-.:. Aveiiil!" l.inita stiirc:! in :.i;:::.-"Liun'.. Aflcr a!l. civi!i^!i lioi:;.:•>•. r..;-,.!;.•,.,;] vc.^c-d ?!:cir ji.'.iui' HJ i;.:iiy. j;.-;i s ;.c ii; bility and established order. Ilo i-auscil not for a reply because lie v.'ns not conscious ot there bcini; any to make. Ho was not discuss- ins. Witli definite, imerpiivocal I'ie.irjicss lio was rcproviug this impertinent upstart. All of CiniMn Amos' limited experience bad confirmed Ills liclicr In liis own riglit- iicss and lliat ot tho opiuioiis lo winch lie had been born. His oficnsa was nol lessened by |dc;:5ii!R voice and Hash ot vrlilte teeth in r. rather wide smile sng- i;c: ; !cd :Li;,t'c iioli^li tl:rtn lie once ., , 1| " <I l! . :l ', L ,'!= I ' c . ;llli " V03 :i '" 1PJt ' lis i tlio fact that lie" once- called Hie M>ini !!:?.!-.:-::::: - 0 :l r:il!y a!1 d • iii^iiiMioiI-l'ioHiiir;. lot Rlill there j 0 , llcr .. Mr _ s],;,,,.,,,.,,,.. Bml uvil , c with nil bt.r iLi.liv,- v, i: .i:,-! c/.-irm j ™ ^''^ "™ »"H »lr <>' restraint. I ..> lr . o'Sbe.i." nor that bo brouulit in rr::::l:i ;.;.•; -M-.., 11 ,..;]. ,„ rn!1 . | Nal'ir;il!y a mail of ciiorinoiis pliysl- i:i: , discourse lo a close by slating linnly: "In fact, my mcnt sliows clea 1 ;u;d confuted mind—exactly tbo incntality. 1 may sny. which has tlial R'e immeasnrnbl? vinr? l!:is r'jrly. .-; i !;-i::;;.orir 1 :it': cnl vilnlily, lii : i vigorous bcnrtincss !-•!•! nf t:er inlc:.-:-t in lihn unil his ^«!T'es(eil stvonger forces rigorons- 0!!';:ini;s. She- s-.:,u ,:-:] j n hunch- '- v r;i ='"<:il iii. ii:.: liif.'i n:t; :-. .T.i:d Inlciidod! Acl ''--' from M.irvln waa Die f for.:-:ii aili-esiiHro. I' liv!;l " :i:1 ' A contrast if c-ver she lniv.evcr. ot Lu-.i;' li: " 1 • : '" ; ' o:lc! I[1 tllr '- t lnoui; c. i-; ronccr::rn^ tin-; cbaiii:!!^. pnicclesr, faee she rend ninstc-r—and a bad-tempered or.o- to the class dunce. The direct cbnl- ', lenyo of iicrsoual knowledge (the man did seem to know India und recent liappenuigs there!) migbt Iiave checked Slianglmesscy bntl not his temper been hislied so high. Undaunted, lie took on tliia now orponent, roarini; down with liery invcclivo the ruin o[ coiscrete fuels ] with wbicli the middle westerner ss- sailed him. At last Marvin Pratt, v,-l:osa catlicrfng frown liail IKCB lurned first toward, one rtmloslanl, IliC'ii lo tbo other, ^roke in willi ilia skill of ft Irnincd sjicaker and. r.ftcr a moment of out-roaring each. m:i?.- y dear Lir, yosir com-1 aged to wiu momentary silence nnd e-arly an undisciplined skirted tbo political issue neatly. in I. it < drr.v. ".: :v focusing attention on of the Kbylicr I'ass and anecdote ills own _ experiences iu tlie Himalayas. Tom Eiilierinv Anglo-Er.son race exert n deferentially asked Sl.illander f,ur ,i ...i^ i..>.,..i.-i ijnivi.:ii:-; LIH-I -.-- ,---- ... . _ -_ ,. n^;^;-]^-/ i\i|g|0-c;rXOTl rllCO OXCri H iititJVii'nni'j noni.n ui><MiiLi>i^i ly* •*•'<'•••..- i'.f luu.-li trciinii'.il »i: ' '•" '•'''•"'- of diEc!|ilii:.; c.' will. \Vc-:-.k h ; ,i ; ,.- rv p,.,^..!,^,, ovor Hie child-i l''-c exact lieiaht of a newly difcfVl K-. t:.r :.:, i-s..,- ( ;i!iii:i in! v i At-, 1 ' 1 n;l!;:; hc; lvll!l !:i "' cil! " nil11 i.-b!v 'ini'cir.pitCTit peoples — far'"'cd pc-r-f and tlio liait worki«> IMs ::;::::! i.u, to cfii.-i.-Rcy.' \ ] -^ * • li'^ly. pniulcil liiisers. l>e- il;oi'r own L-ood, neediest to say, lor IVacc wn^ established and Linda in f;:or;--. ar::l d> li:-(::i Iu l!ic . '•' • :tfi:I - R||VC ' ciil-.Ttnini'J.i. bo i;u- ;i. c .:.._.. ' felt r.iiber weak. r: of c::i:i;-:;-,!-!it wns rather n I < !l: " ; '-^y was. jinlslns Irom itio ., For ll}Cjr own , j 3 1t ,-. "Wliy-.vill Cousin Amos start set- i ci cnconr^gcir.etit his simplest if-i yrfTrf l( V.T.S n,'\"o:; \vlio ri-fu'd her f: 1 .':!! lite Iinihur s ; ;i of v.iiiuleLii::; 1^1 wil'i a (;nic[; i]'H'^!i'-':L iii.U cx- c:::in:c-t wit'n plr;.:;!!!^ n vi --r ilu- c^int 1 ;-e.'ice l:e. tco, l;i;cu ;i,;-i cf Africn. "I'l;;, -U.i. «f course!" Iii- r.cco"! i:;,! 1 :^:.- '.» l:;c orili- wcro ;,::e:it!y to cniluro good i.-iut, unable up- Amos' trick ct climactic repetition. "And " * * | v.luil do yon say to massacring tho tossed i;all of conversa-'. rivers oi blood nnd Inr.octnt cliil- drci. murdered In t!:elr beds and Uiig people right on t|-.e provocation?" she thruisht. remcm- iKfrins similar imh:i;'py occasions. Then sl:e remcmljcred that 0110 voice remained unlieard. S!ic turned, lialMaushiiic. (o H. Q man W:KS ISI , ; E M^-s 1 ^ LONGEST j^VH^'W te^O^CO^A VJO"^ 3 1 Lid hcen funig thy lenclli i i ,.,.., , .. , . . : viarviiig— ou her riiiht. Ho w,.s lonklns not 10 and ;,;: uero hecp.ns it j .., S3y „„[„!„„ , io ,i!in s ." said! at licr. hut at Ihe still snmlderins : AfriM—<urio!i3 tbr.l | Cci;;-in Amos primly. "In fact. 1 comlnlaists. and iillcr cuulcmpt. mi:? word sbonlil pi'.ivc: l!ic nac ,tlc^lii:e lo discuss such absurd scn- jcralilics \vitb one hicnpr.blc—" i IJiit liis voice was a feeble wail- fu , r 'i|\iv. sii«"would' "••'••' -•--' ^"! il:s 011 l!;c wil111 - for llis ciHionciit i;ii5-'.Lil;e. l!;p;ii r.firo! i:cr- !>., I;. ;.ir. Slalbmler bcld tlic li-riiiory—l«r 1::: i:ic. ; .i and ' n.K n |.«.a[; ^^ pnnsoil for no reply lo Ills of Africa ran .'.i.i- tl.Mt i.-n-.v!" :c.-.rh.-.t i;ii<-:al;c. lie was fairly J rhctoiiC'il qaesllnii. K'covcrcd from V.nrri! inil.ias afcoiil .' : "' il1l! " 1 ' 11 °" ;1 truvctoR. 1-imla his first shook. I.iau SliaiislistfEoy V.'l:::: pan nt it Is tliLif." MLM-V,:I P,L:U'$ vii;..v ti.-u.K'd oui. di:-.^'!ircr;;'n^ li:tlo !).:[!>• AJ^.or wi:o tl;.::i;;llt si..' br.d iiin! fvi-'.li'oind ill li'i..-( In l.rr dc..v,-i;.-t:i':i al la..-! jour's r.v.uiii iif .Inly ro;n;t.i. A: o:ur ll.^ Erislim.iii was alett an.J even Cminn Anms licsiin tr> shew, if not ln!:r,;:. at loan less ln.!i,'- fcrenoc. C..r t!icr lirst lime tlie con liiat Ilio nnn -hnd no cil with gusto imo the little. . !,o lir.d iini:o r.or. Linda o'-> Icr nr liltenliOLi ct iLolbini:. S::c: s .::v %i l. any m:>;-a tnlcrniicc Ui.nn f..:iHLvecl biiu t" l:i<!:.i nrL>l tlicrr !ci:::.-in Ami'is. I!:;: the sweep of his :he lrir.lima:i s-nldealy cut in with . . !cll vocabsslary anil his noetic fer- ; _ EV . cpl t]lo ,i i£cl | 5 , lon hls ,.:i ::|Mslrii|'l!0 to Giimilil and \vlui; v ,,r-to say no;liin? o( a 1'olce :.-oi:ied Ilio blr.rt «I a hymn or n | li( .|, , im!cr ti ;0 ftrcsg 0[ cseite- I-ialfc to all rebels, leaders ami n . ril( ri valcd thc Dull o( liLiflinn's [•ropiicts ol the riglits ot snbi peoples. "N'ow Hie fat 's iu Hie fire:"! K-jrcpo lo the no less restless Knst. ver.<nlln:i !i;i :i::ie uad wtin breathed l.lndn. A lonl; ot despair. i'.y sbeer spate ct words he might forward v.-lili (lie natural .i:i!iii:,tto:; ;!icd between l;er and her IILIS jd.ivc won, had ILO not (icon so nil- \\liiri! no Im^ic^s o.iu ever ar:ili t-and na Cousin Aino^, ominously dally 'In:::! up. rel;isc.l \vii!i > dearlni; Ms IbroLit, iiluupcd willi rclie-f. At l:i;,I —thut did seem tu ' scamlalizcd conservatism imo tl.c troops in India, " was her ch.irmini; Cciitincnlal! K git tlicr.i :.|i.i-r.-ii! ;v<ry heart of a glowing rcriod. , , , i repressed a shiver. As much as I 1 -' ' ' ' ! ••iJi.-.lil-lliiiililns people"-, JXSTAXTI.V lin i!irtiiaiconlr.-idic-| vio ' cllt a "S«r of lUn.-o heated, i A I <v.;i> I M i;-,o i..xn.:.t. F!-.,^ ! reoo'M-ii'.cd tlic ii(iii!|im:s pl.rac-.•«:•.,' ' i : ,, rl f ; .,.. n SI;II:.-.::I;.T. >i :e:::,:ir41 K ' ?f " no mc " sl;f flenld tear *•* slu.licd -ii.-r i;:io»l3.\!:i • r.s from a distance hwrd C'O;L^:.! . v,;;ii i[ ;0 c; ,rt hroviij- o: a 'raiii;:iry |'"'"' s co!<1 ' <io -" i(i: - v composure. down near Tom. must bo cspe-1 Amo3 call upon oil the soda of sx joC'ccr to an Inferior or ot a school-j (To lie Continued) restless tsbail straigbl across «i.-o as to msole c'.bparagiiisly a onicial orcier to English r.i.nslicd. etched liis lincly cut lea 1 Hires into repcii-iiu uarslmess. FcoiinL; | :cr K | ;1Ilrc . ]. |C t,, nlci i. |, ut ivli'ioiit atteniptiiiu to wipe Irom his fr.c-o (t;at contemptuous look, lio iiiiift ai-siimc her agreement in all Ibai it frti'i ol her gncsls. "Ovcr thljigs lower lhan liiimnn." sniil ll:r.t senile, sllghlly ncccnlcrt voice l^sido her. it? nnict fcyllLiUcg ilrippins I!ko Ice Inlo her l.raiii, '"rhc.'c-—animals—serfs—in India. i have soe:i tliem.'" He s.'irn ; ;scd. "Tlieir rights! lir.gbml i; i,.. 0 i;|nd. They dlil things better in our colo. nies— before the war—in Africa!" What did he menu? The HelBlan Congo? From Linda's childhood Hashed B sudden ir.iir.ory o! hor- rur . . . ilie ruiiUcr coiiijtry slavery .. . nnsr,enn.i!-',. lorlr.rft ... oppression beyond K.iring. 'That

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