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PAGE FOUR BLY'i'HEVILLE COURIER NEWS CUE BLYTHBVILLB COURIER NJSWB rst COUTUEK NEWS OO, PUBUUOU O. R. BABCOOK, H'toc H. W. HAINM, Aorenuui* Sole Nallonal Adveitisint i Arlcarwaa Dallies, Inc., NvW York. Onlcajo. , St Look, DillM, Kiwau Cfty.Memnhii. Published Eve.y 8ung»y, Entered as second ulise matter kt life post oliicc et BiythcvUle, Arkansas, uhdct act ot CQOfttn, October 0, 1917. Served nv Tjnitivj Pru* KATTO By currier In tnn tsty of Blvtlicvtf*, ifo p*r iwk or lfi.50 [r:r year In taoanit By mall within » raillun ol CO rcjJe*, 13.00 per year, >'i.50 ior BIS months, B5o for tl.ree month*; by mail In pcKtal zones two to six, Inclusive, W.50 per year, In Miles seven ano eight, HO.DU per yew, payable in »dvanc» Nations Have Come to Accept a Colony's Right to Freedom Senator Aiilonio 1\. linrculu of I'uurlo Kico re-turns lo S;in Juan from ;i nicut- ing with I' re,-id cut Roosevelt .and announces Ihiil Washington intends to treat Uio Puerto Kicans ju.st :is it has traitcil tin; Filipinos—make them ready for scJf-.suppoii jnul sulf-t'overii- nieut and then, if the islanders wi.sh 'H, give them independence. No announcement to this eli'eei. .has yet come from Washington, ami it is of course possible thai (he senator mi'j- iiiU'i'pi'olctl the president's remarks. Bill Iho mere fuel Hint lie could make' such a slatt'tncnl without crciitiiij; a piirfctt furore ;tl Washington shows ho\v greatly the world's viewpoint to- wan! the iKw.ses'.sioii of oversells colonies has changed in the last few fjen- erallons. Originally :\ colony was looked upon as llu! nniinaliliiHl JKJSSC.SSIOII of the Iwmi! Koverninunt. It existed only for the wiki! of Iho homeland; it v.us lo he exploited ii-s the honielitiul wished, «iid it could not coneuivHuly have any voice in the matter. * v • U was bccini.su this notion \ni.s accepted as a matter of course that the action of the American colonists in )Y75, in Inking up arms for if decent portion ol" seli-Koveniment, seemed sudi a wicked and unnatural thing to King tJcorgc 111 and his council. liven, after the Americans .had/made ii iirblest goorl and Established tlieir i!idt|)eiidencf, the old idea WHS .slow to cliun«c. The thought thai distant colonists had rights of their own, and that whether they .should remain colonies, or become independent states must deriemi, in the long nil), on their own wishes, was one which the rulers of the world resisted stoutly. * * v ^ ; But it made progress, nevertheless. Today Uncle Sam .stands committed to set (he Philippines free in the near future. Proud Unglaml otter* a new measure of self-government i 0 i m |j ;t . ,\ m | • now it is hinted that Puerto Kico may follow the Filipinos out from under the Aim-man Hag, if her people wi.sh.it. And whether this-latest prediction bu .stibstanliate;! or not, it H i, least is a significant highlight of a new mental attitude. The right of any people to complete OUT OUR WAY freedom, in oilier words, is now taken for granted. And since the. tide has sot so strongly in that direction, c»n (he freedom-denying dictators of ICu- rope ho anything but temporary vexations? In the long run, will not tlic spirit of the times bo too much for thorn? ' Catch Cancer Early One of the most dangerous tilings about cancer iV, that people have been too thoroughly persuaded that it is utterly incurable. Feeling Unit way about it, (iiijcl fearing the malady so greatly, many people fail .to seek mod-' iciil attention in time—and their fear of an 'incurablo discn.se is livmslnlcd into fact. Or. Ira I, Kaplan, director of the New York City Cancer Institute, remarked recently that fully '10 per cent of the cancer cases now being cured for as hopeless would not be in that slnUI if patients were educated to seek did from the proper sources in time. In order to provide that education, New York ' heallli authorities designated the past month as "Cancer Month." Health authorities are convinced that if both public and doctors can be educated to recognize the. lir.st danger signals of cancer, ami if the public can be safeguarded from i|iuir:ks, the cancer death -rate can be reduced. Military Training Remains The case of conscientious objectors to military drill in .student training corps at land grant colleges and universities seems to be settled rather decisively by the supreme court's ruling. Uiml grant institutions, says the court, are u-iUiiti Uieir rights in making such training compulsory, and the student who, doesn't like it can conform—or ilttil. At the moment the only recourse for the student whose religious belief does not connlemincG \rai- or Uic preparation for war would seem to be to gel his education elsewhere.. The court has spoken, and that part of the case is closed. . .•..'' Whether compulsory ' military drill' properly has a place in- the curriculum of a university may be another question, which regents of such'institutions can examine at their leisure. Their right to impose it if Ujcy choose is now nnmiesUonud. Tile only question remaining is whether they should exercise that right. Wo (women) don't , v nnt rind never linve asked for .sympulliy. Sympathy has never been n .subsliluic tor Justice. -Mrs. Mnry Murray, president, of the Women's League, Heal security Is In terms or opportunities nncl not in icons 0 ; giummlccs. —Federal Emcrcency Helief Administrator Hnrty Hopkins. So hugely lins our contact with the Orient been iimrkccl by injustice and greed that wv might well mnrvcl Unit retaliation has not already overtaken us. -Ur. Olln D. Wnnnn- nutkcr, American director of Llnguim University, Clinton, China. By Williams • m „ -'• AM \/'THAT'S -01'TROUBLE SO HE V WITH SAVIN' FOR 'I t lA/r^CJD.I c. v//^i .r» ^>, r^ A^,1. VVilli / CAN HfXRDLV WOBBLE 'GITS TO BE KEJALLY ^ '. YOU SAVE TO RETIRE, <\N* PlNALLV . _ ft &OX! VWV-W OON't VIE AM' EN3OVL1FE—AN 1 GIVE SOMEBODV SIDE GLANCES By George Clark SA'fUKDAY, D«CEMBBK-8,' li. Ant! (lid you boohs, loo?" CUQOUS WORLD GOLIATH FROG, OF VAJEST AFRICA, GROWS AS ' LARGE AS A ' TERRIER DOG/ Hare irs size, AS COMOAKEO wtm A BIRO/ rf ^- OI91* Dt H ,^. _____ /We OLDEST PERSON IN "'iVHO'S WHO 9O VEAI2S OLD AND THE VOUNGEST IS 23. ' HAS AM AISEA • op 3S3. 000 BUT, DUE TO ITS LA^|<"F" RAINFALL. OMLV 12,000 ^QOARE./All F<". APE- ^i,n-,,... HBIIU TODAY .A.V.V «OI,l,I.S"rt'll, pri'Cir nlic llnili ivork lu a llljr.lry SIK lnr« ivlib TONY jnciCl.r. "Jirncd i*entn*t i,t,,, i,, lii-innrr, SAIIAII KE\T, Aim meet, I'E'run ICK.V. VAI.CIUA U13.\- Girl, Without lKr Vnlrrlu K nr, r ««. Oni- t.lnln .. hoi. I't-U'r, leiiriiluif lion lia. ilrcclvril him, U'll vnEfii[;ri]iei^i l» ni nn rtiJ t4inc driy Ann tircnkM liri tnt 10 Tuny. *<lic nm] rn In n n>si:iitram m . |i» !,„ ,„ ,„„,.,, !,(,„ 'thi'f „,, umrrli'il iil SM oui fur flurltln. """"'"e iiflcr their c Ann t:oci for uu iKrri>> flH n *' .VOW (!O OX Wt'fU CHAITBR XV ST011S ' r PHB lake was luriiuotEO lilue— beautiful nnd cold, even wilh sun pouring warmly down ft Ann iiluneccl In and, nflcr lirst shock, felt e.\iill,ira(cil. She struck out wilh easy, graceful cllscoverins that AUCI'B door was open, called In, "As soon us you're clresseil, hrcakfust will be ready." There \vns no auswcr. "Ann!" Blill no answer. A qniel; survey revealed chut Ann was nowhere around. Fear grlnlict) i'eicr. He was off townrd tho lake In a run. Woiifcnse, Ann wasn't that kinil. Ann was sensible, sane. Half-way, lie sim iier ivlille cap, lifce <i dot on the bhio water. He returned to the house, got Into Ills suit aud raced back to tho pier. Aim snw him swliumfiig toward her, llio Ions, powerful strolica .. .. him rapidly near her. Klic smileil. "It's time yon got out ot this cold \vcHcr," t'cter said. "You said \vc would swim on ijftl flaj'a." "Well,- you can't spend Iho whole tiny In ihc Jnlre oven on mild winter ilays," Peler ralurled. "I'll rucc you in. and give you a gomi handicap." Peter caught up and they were swimming nloii while. : stile by side for a flo had delilierately slowed after Hie lirst burst of speed lo nrevont her trom lieiug too dlssraectiilly oiitdislancccl. They iiullo:; up oil llio pier anil sat in the sun, surveying each other. Tlio ciurcise uad hrouylit lilijh color to Ann's clieeks. There was iisln lu her eyes. Sho thought his i'etcr looltci! splendid, brown , hair loiisleiii his gray eyes ALL lucre is or Egypt Hint is under cultivation or Is n snmll froovc HOTII In (he desert jam! by the Nile Nile is not .filled by rains ttat fall in iiiin from the peaks or equatorial Africa. NKXT: What president once ir.is the h.tcmlal naplng plo!7 Esypt, but bv lutbitnbk', river. Tiio or a kid. Pneumonia May Result from Neglect of the Common Cold i.y int. MOKKIS nsmjEix •Hid of lly- Iwk CHlCCUlUUliu Alcdifiil A-.-iocialiun. Kcia, 111,: llralth ... At (his time of the out for pneumonia! Tho typical case o! develops In people who'have hud a -severe cold and win, neglect it K everyone wilh a severe cold would get. So bed and (nfcc care of Hie condition. Ihe number or cases of pneumonia would slrm-m* greally. «.«.•<.*.!. When there is inlliimmalion or the Icings, prcvcnlimj !hn p as , agc of oxygen lo the blood, th,- entire body sufferers. Pneumonia may Involve only one part of Ihe liuii- or it may Involve all of one side or cvenlciiilly all O r both lungs " U is generally believed Ilia t tlio terms which cause pneumonia are •spread by people who have them o those, who haven't. The -sprcad- I»B usually lakes place by 'means 01 iiicrzliif or c-oiighini;, nlthoiigh pccaMonally Ihe germs may be carried by liifcclnl lmiKl>. 'Hie itcrms of pncumonlti canso he (llMasrr uiid. accorciiH!; |,r i)i<> Kind of pneumonia Bcrill involved various forms of pneumonia dc- u-lop. I-or this rrmon people who nave imemnunia Miuiihi not gel too imich cniil«ol with miicr people liosi.llals they air kcpl in »•;(-- nal rooms or picvrnlcd Horn con•• with others ijy ltlc cll |, td ,, \VMnii- bed* walled ulf by glass I'aidiiuiis or curtains. I not Imve the: that II involved in irat of (lii'.si • lilt (lie: M:cd .sistancc: to .. stt ;y Hie person \villv whom the genus il<| come in contact. When we have n severe inflammation in Ihe nose, lliro.-.l IUIIES. U is much easier for germs of pneumonia to infect us than when thc-.se tissues arc in a normal condition. There is i lemicncy for the tissues of Uic nose. llii'oat ; ,i,ci hm B .s to become Inflamed or cwise.Meri, when tin- body rjcls (hilled or when it is .submitted to .sudden chants ul Ills slrong. lauiied arms auci legs This handsome stranger—tie was beginning to seem less, strange all the time—was her husoand. •"' "Drc-akfasi was ready when 1 came oiil." Peter said. "Tbo inner man must be satisfied." Ann mocked. She- got to Her reel, discovering 6ho was hungry, loo. Florida suci. air aud water, she realized, might develop an ap- Dclitc. "Why diiln't you call nie?" Poler. asked as Ihcy walked toward the houso. "I thought you were asleep." ' • - • • T.TR scoiTed. "Asleep! i'vo licon "no for hoicra, using all my ycr- suasivo powers (6 keep Lcua from clattering dishes and Juan from reporting his discovery world at large." "What.discovery?" 'A bird nesu The kid is crazy n tbe sublecl o( birds. Lena lella be can Imitate nuy bird ever heard and some h« Imagines ho bears." "Let's go 'see." "Afler breakfast." "Now." "No." Ann go! Inlo her clolhcs, Ibluk lug a llltlo about Peter's master fulness. Ho bad been leasing, out sho waa sure lucre wore depths ot steaclfnsltiess and dcterminalton la him. not yet uncovered. "Did you sleep well last nlehir Peter asked.as ho pulled out her chair at Ilia table. "Yes. Dut I dreamed about alligators." i ilia eyes teased. "Great Scott! Couldn't you find sotuelblug belter lo dream about?" .Ann dhl not reply, did not toll bim sbo had dreamed about him, also—and Tony. After breakfast Peter prftosed going out on tho lalco again. He bad a motorboat anil nn aquaplnue. Had she over tried aquaplaning? No. her. Well then, bo would teacb It «'as really great sport llo showed her how lo climb upon the board. On her knees, and Uien put up ono toot and then tbe otber. How to brace her (eel firmly on the rubber trends cincl to sway lightly, rhythmically with Ihe mo- lion of tbe boat Tenseness was ratal. And presently Ann. balanced on the board, was flying along behind llio boat. Not too sivift a pace ot first, as I'eler turned to watch her progress. There were several spills. Then I'oler would turn Ihe boat around nucl the lesson would begin again. Ann was thrilled, unatraicl. Peler marveled at her fearlessness and [irolicloncy. She was gelling liie bang of tlio thing. "Vaster. Peter!" All rlglit (lit>». Ha speeded ttis lat up. it shot across tbu walor ko a brilliant orange streak. And iheii, looking Hack, lie saw Iho board nobbing along without And very far avray It seemed lo bim during Ihal moniccit of suspense a blot ot wli(lo on the walcr. It was there OHO talnuto and llien It disappeared. KTEIt let Hie motor out lo the last nolch. roaring across tbt ter toward Hie cpot v.-hcre bo had seen the blot ot white. It had ippcarcd again and Ann was sivlm- uiing 'towaril him weakly. He hauled her over tbo alilc.ot She opened her eyes aqd saw iniiselcs around Peter's moutli tract. Aud then Peter ivaa uul only her up, almost rouglily, lo a sh position, llo spoke curtly. "Yo fooling all right now, aren't j! "niiRose we pull inl" J Ills faco was red. Perhaps, j tbouglit, It was from being on! llio sun. llo was giving all h|. tentlou to tho motor, having thai she rat Eoucn apparently , hnvo drowned back there was tearing away from her. Her scnso ot humor came to rescue. (lore absolutely silly, she expect Peter to moon over Ilko a love-sick lillotr Peter, was In lovo with Valeria fioni Ot course- she didn't ; Ho bad rushc-il to her anil pu' her Inlo the boat very efficlei' Ho had been genuinely frigruc 1 Yes, sho had soon that In his -* And gentle, it was strange gentle Peter, who was so big rugged, could be. "For a moment." ^nn salt' was simply seared to deathJ •"' Bcemed a million miles awn/" "A hundred yards or so .... seem prolty far.' Peter said jj you happened to bo drowning "Dut I wasn't drowning." said. "I was swimming when got there." "Yes, I know." Peler said, out apparent interest. ... A NN stopped talking, Sllll sil< | Peler lied up hi 3 uoaL /! \ walked ahead, eipccliog bljii? 5 overtake her. She bail readied.]} f porch when sho turned and ii bim striding toward the house. tho friendliness had vanished ft; his manner. If he were going ! bo moody, it icotiM he lonely h'';-. Peler had tied tie boat v swift, savage fingers. Looking he saw Ann walking sloivly tow the house. He waited unlll ; wiia near the steps before slari* ' " ,.,„,,:,, .,.., ; •>•"••• -" — iiu.muncu aer over trie auc.or sinilnis n little, drops of water on u ,c boat and into his arms. "Lord. Ann. You frightened riic." "I ' fell off wbca^'you -tlirncil." Ann explainer) when stie^ hnri'Vc^' covered tier breath. . "i went under before 1 knew it and swallowed a lot ot water, i thought I wns sunk, Peter." "Ho did I!" ho said grimly. Ano felt strangely at peace, resting there In his arms, the sun pouring down on her. She closed her eyea. Peter, looking down, saw her long lasher curled against her wot cheeks. A strand ot bright hair hntl escaped from under the while cap and was lying on lior check— closQ to her young, ewuet moutb. Peter brushed tho straml away, li was like nn electric obock—tbo touch ot his band on Aim's cool, to the smooth Qesli. His arms tightened violently about her, drawing closer. her <ler Ann's eyes hncl met hliji! amazement- No use trying to^S cuse bluiselr. Of course, she- ! f|; lovely. Anil sho was lib wife. >,v liaiJ realised, looking down ot iVji loucblng her wet cheek, that -^ was his wife. IJo bad known 1 '•'•' with his objcclivo mlod bef " Hut Ihcro in tbe boal . . . «'••'.' thcro was no n^o lu rehearaiu;*! all ugtiln. - ' ii> Ann was probably disgusted,^-i nlisiliig lie had gouo off lib li[|ij in Hint IID.TL Afler dinner, a liltle I'olor's manner. Ann s.. =n v. game ot honeymoon bridge. Uien colored a little. „.,. What In'the'World'>as tbe r/jij tcrnwitir -her. 'b?Uw;ac;U-coiisciWJ like this?. .-. '*" IIoiiDymoon bridge, tamo at _ proved nnythlng but diverting! nigtu with Peter auawering i monosyllables, making not tbo If" effort to be entertaining. j Blowing hot and cold. Well > him. " L Companionable and kind i minuto and cold and formal ? IIML Ann frankly yawned. f "I'm sleony," sho said. ;; "Why don't you go lo bed?" '; "That's where I nm going," i\ said. Then she decided that •', had sounded curt, acid ru4c—1 : .'| Peter. "Good night, Pet or, f. anicudccl politely. ' "Good iilghu" ^/ (To lie ConfiniK-d) vc cases in which they Involve the oints or the spinal fluid. Involve- niint ot the .spiiwl fluid by the erm of pneumonia is u very scrims condition and almost invaria- u'y fatal. Because pneumonia is Mich ;l sc- 'ious condition .you Mi^uM never lumor a heavy cold with fever, )y trying t o take cough iiijsturc.5, sirups, mustard plasters, vapor balhs and similar home remedies.] Iu , )ncllraonia cvcry Sj!|!t . ial 6s , nlII , 5 counts, i been do-j Kiijoyed Air Trip al 77 BOISE. Idaho (UP)--You i veloped according to. the tyire of keep these "youngsters" pneumonia germ that is involved.!Mrs. Llzctlc Dibble, 11, Since .some a{ nl-i I time is rcmiiral toiwanted to take an airplane make certain of the exact kind ofiHcr daughter didn't'ihink it i-1 pneumonia germ that is concern- safe. But finally Mrs. Dibble ; ed, the ealticst possible scieutilic "ups and ilics away" to Snlt i attention is necessary in this di.s-l.City, an hour and 55 minutes ease. Read Courier Ncwj want ^ .. — jhoine. She enjoyed every . I of the trip in Uic giant air. Ads. she said. O'U'li il-s di:vrlopmcMit. Tl '- '•; llu; germ ii.sc.. mil. the kind or n:- (iisc.'iic [iosft'e.ssu(l liy icmprraluve. rm steep, ovcrslraii) al\ work. ovcrUidiil B encc of food or! alcoliol also miiy icml (o lower the reiislancc; of the body. Kt'llOH in;: (lie inrfclinn by Hie Bcriii of pneumonia. Ihe lunr; (ills with blood and mere is ., Brc . a deal of consliiiij;. As the difficulty wilh bruitliiuu Increases. I In; liud.v lends In become blue Incaiiic of hoitiUT of ,, Xyi ; c ,, j,, lh( . The bii'iiU r«|ii(t l«'c;\»;- bic.illiiiii;, ii of \li« diifii-nlly i)I I mine shidluw be- r tlirit 1 i- li(y|ctc(iHv pain cm Iliiili:. FeviT Is din- of MSI.- •Vinploms, rciin'M'iiMna an ul- |li-m|i| of llv luKly lo nel lid "f 'Hie infection. Uy Ali - - -~i YOU AV-E THE OMLV SOUl_, HORACE ,Vs'HO &Vi.<XRES fAY SECRET / WATCH HOW THE JMV SMTP'S "B^cK \WTO PL^CE-^TTHE A, CAPACITY OF ^\Y. QU.txRTS/ '/ THIS WAS pAY "REFUGE V SPIP-.ITUS THE CORKSCREW AND /XRE IN THE «• -JSM. •-•• ABOVE YOUR &%£f^*, HEAsD.I--T &TILL < USE THESE., SUM PIN PAL or MINE WHO PLAYS TrVTlJ&M HE PUT IN A GUAKV (AHK.AN' hA/XDE A. TROUBLE MOUTH PI ECE -^-v ONE TOR T310V(1M S . TK V OTHER TOR AH' h\E VVENT^^« -ru-o\ \ -vv_v x t-~i,0i^ WIFE 6CTT UK: ol \nvm- , | lie m: , r 0 ;[ u >f ;-avls or the -Iwdy nud there

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