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PROGRESS-REVIEW, LAPORTE CITY. IOWA News Review of Current Events the World Over President Roosevelt Tclh Con S rc=s and Nation the New Deal Must He Permanent--Declares Recovery Policies Are Succeeding. Ey EDWARD W. PICKARD J CST w h a t President Iloose-velt Int r n d s to lo and w h a t tic w a n t s congress to do w a s nni re-\e'aled In ·ny detail In the me", sage 1 w h i c h IIP re-ad iMforc a Joint Fe"-ilnn of hi-nale Hiid ho"H" at H" 1 "penlng of I)" 1 re-gul-ir M"i- p]nn H o n o u r . It was mi M e i ' M i n t M"'i-e'i. ndelres«.d 10 ihe- in- tlo'i Nillior t h a n I" tho congress nnd hear! o IT Hi" ra- dlo lij millions of Ills fe-lloiv eounlr} men who fchi.ulel he i-n- coiiMged I'} 1||1 *''"· e r u l s t i i t i ' i n e n l of pro;,Ti'SS rundc bj the ri-roxe-ry a d m i n I s f a t l o n anil n i l the a l l i e d colli-e-llv- Int I n m l t u t l o n i In pl'ilii, f o r c e f u l langiing" 1 . Mr. r.oosou-lt dcclare-d Unit Hi" old inuli- O'Js h a \ f i,'eini' I n t o Iho discard arid t l i n t tin ne-iv s o c i a l n n r l economic order ujion Ihc- llii"« l a i d i\nv i\ by lh" n n l i n i n i l r c i o v o r j UyW'iilon n i u - l lie puhhc-d f o r w a r d inn] made- l i s t i n g . Op- jiOBltlon to t h i s , h'' asserted. Ih f o u n d unwiig "lily a fe-w l i ] c H \ i i l n a l \ s l s . In K i ' n e r a l UMIIIS lit 1 told of 111" (.iirei ",1 of Ilia MIA In I r w n l i i K unemployment, nholli-lilsij c h i l d lalior, establish Ing u i i l f c i r i n slaml'ircls of hours nod w a g e s aii'l p r e \ e n l l i i K " r u i n o u s rival- r l c s n i l b i n I n d u s t r i a l groups." Tlii' I're-sidrnt's. cl'ii " for f a r m n'- )lc( w i l l uo ipieslloncil by many, hald lie 1 " A c t u a l c i p t r l e n e e w i t h the op crntlon of [he a g r i c u l t u r a l a d j i i h l i u e n t net lean's to my belief lint thin f u r till! experiment of hec-king n b a l a n c e Lc-lwc'cn production and cei'uMimpllon IP Hilee-ee-dlni; inn] Iris ni.'ulc 1 progress entirely In l i n o vdlh r o i i f o n a l i l o ov- p e - c i a l l o n s t o w a r d t h e rcslejrallon of farm prle-C'S to p.-irlly" J;rlof u l l i i s l o n w a s niuclo to the 1 war debts, nnil It "as hliitc'l Unit Mabll- 1«allfin or ' l i e doll.ir Is Impossible' nt present hl'i-iuiso rorl.illl ollu r rililloiiH n r f ' h a m l l r i i p p t i l bj I n l o r n a l n i n l nil conditions." The- IUCSS'IKI- referred Bpee-Hlcallj to Ilio dlM loMircs before the senate b u n k i n g u n c l c u r r e n c y coin- nillle-c of rk'li nnd p o w e r f u l Ihirintic-rs who "i-vnilod the s p i r i t and purpose o( our lav l a w . s , ' ennohcel thcnisolvcs at thn e-\pi'nsej of ' h e i r b'ockhobk-ra and tho p u h l l r nnd t h r o u g h roe-Ides' Bpee'iibillon w i t h thc'lr o w n nnd nlheT people's money. "Injuroil the value' of iho rnnncTH 1 crops nnd Uio wiving' of thi! poor." It nKo declared the In tcnllon of tho genoniiiiC'nl " 11(1 "'people lo oupprc'SS ·Vrluioi of organ Izcd l i n n d l t r j , colcl-IJnodoil shoolliin lynching Unil klilniiplni.' t h a t have threatcnerd our security." The rreMdonl'1 closlnf .sciitcncc enpeclally nrousod Hie Hiipportcra o the C o n s t i t u t i o n . lie' thunkcjd Ihc mcmbcrH of coii^resn for their to op erallon, anil coiifludr'l ·. "Out of nine f r l o n d l y conlnctg Brc. fortun.itLly. h n l l d h i K n fctroni; nud pcrmiuienL tlu between the ICKlslu nnd executive branches of ihe ijov- ernment. "The letter of the ConMHutlon wlec- ly declared n Heparallon, lint the Impulse of common purpose declares a union. In this spirit we Join once more In senlnK the A m e r i c a n people." If t h i s ImilK-li-v BUin the recoverv n n i f s w i l l requlri; a l i n o v l t o n b i l - lons, tlic r e m a i n d e r heln: for t b e rcm Ino i r o w r n m o n t establMuni-tit. I or e t « o \eirs thn t r o i i s u r y clellclls oMinin'ii-l nt nine- billion tlirw clrcTl m i l l i o n clolhr-. '1» "iw t C- c l e f i c l t s the rrc".lcl"lit pr«po« s o borrow on the c r u l i l of llic- (,'OM nine nt t i n b i l l i o n i l o l l i r s or more In u l d l t l o n t o h o r r o w l i i K about t w . U e h n n s lo n lilllllico liilltnriii,; KOVCTO- ·fil bonds a n i l other o M i K i i t i o n s In he rif-vt \ e a r n n O a l i ' i l f Ily J u l y 1. \'.i''', w h e n the I'r ".Iclont iroposes to h u l l rocouTj opor.illons m'l be;in p-nlnir the h i l l s out of t.itfi. .ho pulillc debt, he o-.tim"|c".. " I l l ·.find nt I lie all t i m e re" orcl iieal! of h l r t j - o n o b i l l i o n s · It-lit litindrocl and . h l r t j - f o i i r m i l l i o n s Iteinibllr.in .son.nor-! and re [iro- R e o t ' i l h c s arid soirie lM-mocT.it': pro ·,«·] lo bo n p i i a l l o d by the I'resi ·nt'a · s | i r n d l i i K p r o K r n i n but H pr«h n l i l y w i l l be [iiit throiii;h, JuM tho ·, lino. P str^ii.r.vr nrxisi.vr.i/i' an n n n r u i ' i l H i n t In- h a d a e e e . j i K - d the- cm? i - v r " " II Woodln rv, n n i l n p | T r . l o K i i c - i ' il n - s i g r i a t l o t i of U l l l l a i n ,s s r r r i ' l i i r v of thc« t r r u s i l i i l n l I l e u r v Me.rgi'iilhaii. nl h i m .Mr M o r x e ' n t h i i l l re on New Ye.i of Mr. n r n l Mrs. n i o i n h e r s or Id tool; (lio e i n t h or cilli ll.l In l l u ' previ-nc-C' ][ciosi".i-ll line! the- MI f a i m l v Mr. Woodln's ri t l r e ' / m - n t had li c x p e e ' l e ' d s i n c e 1-ist summer, l i e Is M i l l I n A r l A i m i I'mkMiorlog lei IT his h i a l t b . I Iir,MIi:NT f i l l A U flnd his nip p i l l c o m b n t a n antl-goi-i-rnti acy w'hlcli Secre-tary rln D EVALUATION or Ihe dollar spin ars lo be a certainly of the not d i s t a n t f u t u r e , and the Treasury de- j a r t m t n l Is getting, ready for that To .start wllh. H Is about to stun n i l remaining p r i v a t e holdings of cold. Henry 5Iorgtnll.au, Jr., DOW Focrctnrj, In un order Issued under the fiiicrgencv banking law. demanded the- surrender of all gold holdings, I t l i flic specific eiee-piious, regard- i-1 of tlielr sire. Previous a n i l - h o a r d i n g ordi-ra had allow td nn eti'mptlon for p r n a i e hold- Ings of S1W or let". .M'jrge-nlhau ei- plalned e-ixiclally t h a t t h i s rwnpllon l-:is now be-i'ii wipc-O '.iwny and that ft ne-w- d r i v e u g i l n s t large- hoarders who h a v e r.ot p r e v i o u s l y complied has been laune-lic'il. Robin Telh Why By FRAN BEVERLY DATTKKSON sat * d-irkiicss of his r synfllclilw d o w n In the seuil- llbrury and prepare-d to Hitcn alone, for the last time 10 Ihe voice he luied best In ull the world. Alter t h a t , w h e n he had heard s:ieh record, he w o u l d destroy them all. An hour previously he had posted Ihe letter to Dorothy Dunbar. uskloi her lo beeemie his w i f e . Toe die was* F i f t y F a m o u s F r o n t i e r s m e n E L M O By S C O T T W A T S O N Hank Monk, Sta»e Driver O K ALL 'he- men w h o gu.uV'l the l u i n b t n n ^ Concord itaK" co:;ch'3 iicrosg tin- pl.ntu and over the- nn.un- t a i n s of the; \Ve~l In the d'ns before the; rullroj'l carao. none- »:is more fa uioas than Haul. Monk lit Ib not so m u c h reiuembe-rc'd. liowoie-r. as lie should be--for IjemR ihe . I r n e r . w h o . brought Jn bloc ks Hie « IV to ill lert In t h e no A- fol'l r i c h.iolis, w j i l c h In (iold nnd _-olcl « \ i i i i . i t i c m w a s .ri'iT Federal iv n K', TOOK/I,- l i d ' .ilos out of n lol i l Am'Ti'.m gol.l sin. I; of «!·««,. (Af,ll", w e r i ' -.till . . l l o v e d to Ul p the-lr gold. llo.i to i|i-;iri\e- t i l l ' r e ^ i T i e Inriki of t h i s golel l"g:illy. or n t le.ist of t h e proln w h i e l i the h a n k s w o u l d olhi-rwlsi' re'.ip f r o m i|e-i . i l i i . i u o n . hna long lii'i-n pui/.liiu- i r e n s u o le^'.el ei- pe-rts. W. E. Humphrey i-nt consplr of Hie- Inle'rlor O i l l l o r n s s-il'l bin ^'one- loo f a r to be li'illc'd by any pi i n of p o l i t i c a l r o n c l l ' i l i o n . cir C ' t e ' i i riicognll Ion of t h e ' (Jriiu r e g i m e ' by the- Trilled Stall's. 'J lie- r c ' i o l u l l o n l s l h he 1 p a l i l , we're- opcTiiling f r o m Miami. !'la. In I l a v a n ' i Ihe imm's home m a d e t a n k s w i re plae-iMl In Mra- tiv-Ic- positions', the' pollc-f WCTC armi'd v t l l b rllh'S and snldli rs wore' stationed on h o u s e t o p s to ehi e-k s n i p i n g Tho Ml.nnl re'iolnllonarli's 1 plans "nre loo f a r ndv.iiiwl," CulleT.'is s ild, "bemuse they i . c c o p i e d money from Allieilc-in corpoi a l m n s In exchange for c e r t a i n eolicessloiis If they iiltaln power They can't r e t u r n the nionej. Therefore', they inllsi elirry out llie'lr plruiH." President Orati .signed a de'c-ree setting A p r i l "2 as Ihe dale' for Ihe election of a c o n s t i t u t i o n a l assembly which w i l l meet em M a y '.10 lo choose a new pro* Isliimil presldi'iit nm! d r a f t a new c o n s l l l u t l o n C!r:m Hiild lie would nnt continue In the presidency nflcr May 20, regardless 1 of w h e t h e r the lussc'iuhly conllrms h i m as proil- slonul piesldetit. N 'OU' It is up to the- rnlli'd State's f o u r t e,f C l n i i i s lo di'CHli- iih'-lli- e-r or not I ' r e sii,'r. r ,t Koo'i-i' It's acllon In re m o l i n g U'uli .m I'. I l l i m p h r e v a! . , ,, , , H i i i e - ' i i h o r of t l i i - feel- ·'"· *"\ c.r.il I r . u l o c oinin sslon \ l.|St O l - l n l l l T U . I S "IMe 1 !Ml MI.I i i . i . l " Mr. h:isi h i e el u r t H pi' i l i n g from · d Stales li 1 e- h he i ·. s is ilni' h i m as h i s sal i r j f 10111 OelolHT S to .\oM-liibir : j ,0. He l a i d b e f n n - t h e court n i r i n s c r i p t of four li'lti ri fniia the I'res Ide-nt. ' J w u of llii'in re e p i c M e d his res U i r i l l o n , n I h l ' e l n c e i - p l i ' l Ins rc-slgna- lloii. a l t h f j i i g h Mr l l u i n p l i r i y contend- i l l , 'none- had been otTlTi-d, w h i l e a f u i i r l b eont.ilm'd o n l j [hew words: "I nm In re-ec'ipt of j o u r Idler of Ki [ill inluT 2~. i;nvcliic as of till chile (October 7) 1011 are hereby re- i n o i H l f r o m ihe oll'iec- of commissioner of the' fi'diTal [rude commission." Mr. I l i i n i p l i r i ' v ri'fusi'il to resign or gel oul ami f o r m a l l y n n l i f l e e l UK- trade coinnilsslcin of t h a i r e ' r i i s t i l ; but the roiiimlsslem wrote' h i m t b - i t It had vot- l i l In reioglll/c Ihe- r , i - c i n l \ e order ot Ihe 1'rosldent. Mr. H u m p h r e y Is- e Ilc.piiblliaii nnd t h e c o n t r o v e r s y bi? iwi'i'ii him i.r.el Mr UomeM-ll lint been I n k i ' i i up as a p o l l n e a l !.-suc in- se o l h i i - s of t h a t p n r t j . It Is e e - i l a l n to be- the- Mihjei-'t of n r ' i t o r y and lir i n i ' i i t In congress. Tor feninc'CMi jears Mr. I l m n p h r e ' j r i ' p i e s.'iitc'd Ihe H i n t of \ \ a s h l i i g l D n In c n n j r i ss. and he un appnlnleil lo t h e ' t r a d e commission by Pri'Slili'nt (.·eiolldgp In 1'i-!~ a n i l r i - a j i p n l n l e d by P r e s i d e n t H o m e r In 1M1 Ihe jear closed with iiiouuii prlee-H for farm produclH and mini- T HIS mcssriKc of the President wad addressed oHnoclnlly lo the American people. A few ehiys before he dclltorod another H i n t w a s meant more for the rest of the M o i l d , It w a s his speech on Woenlruw Wilson's b l r t h d ' i y elellvcreel nt a d i n n e r Klven by the V/ooOrow Vv'llhon founilnlion, and In H he vlt.'orousl\ atlncked jio- lltlcal l e a d e i s of oilier n n t l o i i H for fruslnillnj,' live holies ei[ llic poeile'a for world jieace. Nlr.Hy per rent of the population of the I'lirlh, he averred, l.s deslremn lluil there shall be no more w a r s ; hiU Llic. remaining JO per cent are m l h l e d b\ politicians who hnvo Imperialistic ilcslK».1 and selfish m o t h i s . Ills ImprcssHc cloalne ·cntenccs w e r e : "ThroupU ull the centuries nnd flown to the world conflict of 1914 to 1018. warn were made by (lovcrnments. Woodrnw Wilson chnlleni;cd that necoHHlty. Thnt chnllcni;c mnele tho people, who create nnd who change gorcrnmcnti, think. They wondered ·with Woodrow Wlleon whctlicr tho people themselves could not some day prevent eovernnicnlB from i n u k l n R u u r . "It la iin extension of Ihe challenge of Wootlrow U'llaon for ua to propose. In this newer generallnn Hint from now on n n r Dy Rovernnieiila slmll ho changed to pence by peoples." Air. Hooscvclt'H peace plan, ofTcreil to the world, may he thua summarl/.cd: Kvery nallon w o u l e l iipie-e to ellni- Innlc OVIT a period of years nnd hy progressive etepa oil weapons ot offense, kepplnR only perunincnt dc- ffnalu? Impleincnta. Hnch nnllon could luHpcct Itn neighbor to I n a u r e · galnAt olTenBlvc weapons-. Every nallon would Join In n simple dcclnrnllon that DO armed forcoe would be allowed to crofia Ita borders Into the territory of nny other nation. By ruling that euch pncla would be cffectlfo unless all nations ofrecd the nations atlll bcllevlnK "In the use of the sword for Invasion" would be pointed out to the preaaure of world oplDToD. The Prcaldent also proclaimed a modification oC the Monroe Doctrine, usertlng (.hut It would henceforth be the policy of the United States to undertake DO tingle-banded armed Inter- rentlon In any of the American republics, lie declared that It wai the joint obligation of all those republics to Intervene In any ODD of them If such jDtcrfcrence ghoald become ncc- cssiry to protect their Interests. T IK prl u f n c t u r e d fooels s h o w i n g n d o w n w a r d t r e n d ; though Ihc estimates of the KovcTinm'nl and of grnln dealers revealed H i n t the n c r e i g e j reduction program on which t h e A g r i c u l t u r e d e p a r t m e n t spent l a s t Hums w a s vlrlmill.v a fnllure, and t h o u g h there WCTC other ell.s- tho w h o l e prosklent Itoosevell iliid h i s nil vl.si'rs had reason lo In-line t h r ni'w- j e a r proinlse'd lo see cnn- Milenible .slice-ess ae-blevcil bj Ihelr recovery plans. M'uij- I r n d e r d In economy and pollllcs gave Ihein Ibis 1 ns- surance. nnd llujre was nianlfc.Hled a general determination lo go nlong fur- t h e r w i t h the President and support bin efforts. Congress began Ita session Jiiimnry 3 nnel Speaker Halncy, n f l e r a talk w l l h Sir. Hoosevell. predicted conll- dently that the session would be harmonious and devoted mnlnly lo nppro- prlallon and revenue legislation. "We are going lo h n v o n short and constructive session," mild Mr. Knluey. "It will be n very I m p o r t a n t session, but a working one rather than n dramatic one. \\ wll! pass lh'; supply hills, Ihe lux bills and the liquor measures and adjourn early In Mny. "TJjerc w i l l be no attempt to overthrow- Ihe rccoi cr program or to oppose the President. It Isn't possible. If there Is any sniping the snipers nre apt lo lie left nt home. "We had the CTtra scs-slon and on- ncled tho recovery program nnel It H jHRt beginning to worli. Itecovery 13 on the way." S OJIH weeks IIKO Jon S. Ducn lirc'inliT of l l u m a n l . i , o n t l u n e d the Iron C i u i i r d , a n n u l l - J e w I s l i o r R i n lion. He has p.ilcl t h e p o n a l l j . for n member of the (,'tmril assiisslnnlei' h i m In a ruiliuiy s l i i t i o n In Sliial i Tin- iiiurdiTcr, w h o w . i s mri'ste'd wit! two accomplices, jirotidly a d m i t t e d 111 crlmt 1 . The nss t s s l n a l l o n clime as n cllina to a IOIIK series of disorders character Kile of Ihe in w wave of a n l l - S e m l t l radicalism u l i l e h has swept lluiiinnl since tho victory of C h n n c ' e l l o r III IIT'S n n t l - I u H l s l i ciimpalsn In Ocr ninny. L O A N S t o l n l l n c ?^T..-i1|eXKl w e r e a lolled lo ulx railroad.s by Ihe PWA. runcls wero a u t h o r l / e i l to per mil purchase of stee-1 m i l s nnd track faHri.liifH. for the repair of hcomo- llvcs nnd rolllni; stock and to llnnneo the c o n s t r u c l i o n of e-oil ears Largest of the lo.ins w n s 1111 allocation of f 12.0lO,W10 to the Southern Pacific. C'linpnnj The Illinois Central mill-mill w.-is e m i t t e d J'larKIOOO and Ihe l i n l l l m o r o 4. Ohio riillrnnd Jl'iWOW). IlecclM'rs of I b e Wnh.ivli r n l l i v i i y were Kr.inted SIJMIOOO. I,onus of JM.' 000 nnd ^."O.diHI w o r e p r n n t e d for Kansas. C l k l n l i i . i i r i Culf n i l l i o i d anil tho I n l e r s l n l o riillroud. the- l a t t e r n Vlr- Clnlli road j r n a t folK i n his j o u t h . i i K i m - r n u - sin.ill. Je.Tlems. /CHICAGO'S K"'at mcnt packlmr In^--' duslry oppressed Inclik'mint surprise nt sweeplm; charitcs of nonconi- pllnnce w i t h the President's recovery procriini imide at Wnshlncton by Speaker llnlney. Spokesmen for nil the bli; concerns declared they were eJoliiK ill! possible to co npcrnle w i t h (he (,'overnment mid t h a t Mr. Itnlncy'a atuteineiils were Inaccurate nnd mls- lOidlnK- In W n s h l n c l o n It was said the AAA was l i n c s l i K a l l n c Ihc i i u e k l Induslry nnd t h n t If the hitler does not comply w i t h the sp l r lt of the f i r m relief and recoM-ry prosruin' It faces the possibility of heliiE » l r l u . i l l taken over by t h e no\ernment. d Sally Pemlli ion had wandered arm i arm through the sivect-smelling j l u n t r y lanes and he- had pleude-J | llh her to m a r r j Mm She iv.is e i e / n t e e n but she li'id announced heT ili-iiliiin lo be-ec/ine a grc-.-it singer and ail n-fiise-il to n i n r r j him. "I k n o w as well as If It were w r i t t e n n the suinK" she hail told him. ' tbut inarrj now I w i l l u t t e r l y fall to arry oul rnj Ideal.s In music. If you 111 w a l l for me--I w i l l line no om- u l j o u " Hot Patte-rson In his I m m a t u r e - rev OIIIIM and tin- I m p ilU-nce of jejllth ad turned from h e r . It" w a n t e d her lie-n or not at .ill. If "-he lou-el he-r ' l i c e - b i - l U T Hi i n she- loieej h i m she- l i l ^ l chooM! IMT own ttllj. ( ^ f c'Hirse-, PalleTsc.ii kiu-w of S.illi i mill-ton's M I C C I ss as all the world l i e l . H u t he' l.ni'W not w i n - r e ^he was ir w o u l d he li IM' fnllowe.il had he io\\ ri .sin- was s o m i - w h e r e In Ihe o r l d '-In^-nu, bill not In Ills part of ,!· v.orlil. Ill kni-w now t h a i lie li id .miiLilc'il a H h id bi-i n Salh s songT a t .sc-ie'iitee-n hail Les'ii, U o n ' l V.iu lc-11 .Me « h j , Itobln?" I n the' « l n a m l n j , " ''ihe l.os-t Chord," V i - Hanks anil liraes,' and Palter.son i id inanagi'd lo sc-eure them nil lor i l s t a l k i n g m a c h i n e . lie- u a s .so de-c p In his drennis anil 0 rv n 'r.ll'lll of tbe-lr I m i u i n c n c j.uss- ng lli-U he u a s o n l j half-e-onsrloua !li it a voln-, not t l i . i t of the' machine. i\ is siii^iii n ' I h i o u g h , " U o n t 1'ou Tell Me \ V l i j , Koulii?" P.ilte-rson's henrt b r a t rajildly and lie gilppe-d the' anas of bin c h a i r In a I M I V of emotion lie had not known f n r je-.-irs I'e-r Patterson'., name was K o l i i n a n i l the emotion In H i n t lolce- i..1,1 h i m t i n t K n l l y I'cndlotoii wua In the 1 s-iiiie' b u i l d i n g culling lo him. I l e must go I m M M Ihc elevator he w e n t nnd s w l i i l to llie- olhce of the- apanmcnt liemsc to tn.'ke I m i u l r j . A luely had i i i r n e - d ( l u r i n g the afternoon, yes-- lu-r n line w n s not, how-eier, Poiulle-ton. T i l t c T s o n s heart sank Was It tlien not his S a l l y ? Or worse sllll was It S a l l j anil w a s she m u r r l o d ' lie coulel not iiinlc-mpl elo the t h o u g h t and rushed olT lo the rooms mentioned by the e'lfrk. .She opened Ihe door to her suite of rooms and Palterson found himself speechless w l l h e m o t i o n "Ilobin-- Ilohln Aclalr," she cried, u s i n g Ihe old pet linnie. "Mj Snlly." was all Patterson could saj, and the Sally waa In his arms and she was trembling nnd Patterson e-ouhl only hold her close. · T h e n It n.is j o u -- l i s t e n i n g to my video*" she nskcd presently. "It doesn't seem possible. Tho great hiind 01 fine--isn't It, llobln'!' Her voice was unsteady "I have listened to your voice ever since the firm record camo out. and in my soul--I have heard U--before thai." she was lending him Into the spa- | lulls silting room. "And now lull me lung. I nm hungry Lo he-nr jou ilk. I Mieiiked Inlo lln' country un IT an assumed n n m o so t h a t I might n\c' a fe'iv m o n t h s away f r o m my ublic--ilii'.v demand so much of me." "Vim are not m n i r i c d V ' fchr looked M I s l f u l l y at h i m "I told on III teen j o u r s ago I would n l w a j s m e M.U. K o b i n " Sudch'iily Hol.ln reall/.td Ihc terror ( tin- s i t u a t i o n His Ic'llc'r of pro- losil to I J u r o l b j was tii'li llien in her i imh.--no doubt she was w r l l l n g him MT a n s w e r ami Patterson know- It lould be "jes." " S i l l y , my o w n , " he said swiftly, 'I base had no one In tho deplha of he nrl sleeping or waking for flt- lecn j e u r s , and now, now- when I had n 'l\e-n up hope' of your seeking me "ml. I haic asked auolhcr girl to ju.irry mo I have never wniilcd to seek jou bcctiiihe I felt too unworthy ind suinll. Now I know I hove been u firsl-ejlnsa Idiot. I shall love you nl- u n j o n i ' lia:n Lineeiln. The storj of Hnnk and Horace Is din- of ihe elassks of llie We 1 -! In 1SVJ Gree-lcj m.'ile- a trip to lh" I"i- c l l i c - coast nnd It ti.ipp'-neel to be Haul: Monk who M;IS on the "bridge!" of the eoaeh w h i c h look the- ruiiownr-d C.ist ernejr out of Cnrson (M. N e \ . As lhc-1 s t n r t C ' d , Crei-le-j leMiie-il out of | the- winilovv and I n ' o r m e d llanlt i b n i he t-tiieciee] to be In I'luee-rvaie r i g h t OD lime so In- could cate-h the eonn"-t Ing co n i l for S icrame-jito. Il-ink n a s uol n e c u s l o m i e l to t:ilting I o r d e r s from n n j one, l e a s t or :iP fro:-i no eaMiTii te.|idor r ont Hut I'f e . n l i siiillr-d 111 i n d l i ind ' i l d " V I I r.-'lit"' ·Ihc- lirsl fe'w ini'i'^ of Hie- tri|i w-ri- upgrade and H.-ion had to lal:" it slow l i l l l w h i ' l l II" r l - . l l h e e l tho e n SI of III" S n - i r a s h e b i g i n l o "throw t i e ' k i l l . er" lino his s,\ tinr-f te. un. Uo.m Iho r o c k v t r u l i l i u n d e i e - d t h e III'-M e o icli boun.-ing a n d l u r c h i n g o \ i r rod;-, 'ind chile l;lioles. 'Ibri'i- IIIIIPS thu n r r i l i e d e - a s ' i r n e r rnc'il 10 l e a n out lln- w l a d o w anil shoi.t mine- more- udMcn I:ut e i e r y l.irir- IR- was l l i r o w n l.ai k Into ibc' coaeh. '1 ne f o i i i l h time he iueeee-ded and to bis shrir-ki'd coinnnncls to H.iiik to slow d e . w n . t h a i WeMtrn J e h u shcitited b u c k gai'ij. ' Ki'ep j o u r seat. Hornec-' I'll ge-t j o u there on time:" And he' d i d ! When the a d m i r i n g p o p i i l a - e o f 1'l.icei ville hearil the storj lhe» p'osenie-d Harik n l l h a gold w . i t e h engrave] w i t h llic'se- words. " K e i p j o u r se-at. Ilor ae"'. 1 and for the neU h n l f e c n t u i j t h a t hei ame u b y w o r d w h e n a wc-st- crn'T w.inied to rchuke Imp ili'-nee; There w a s n n o t h e r a f l e n o a l h to th" Inc-iik-nl, however. When G r i ' l l i y nils c a n e l i i l a t e for Pre'siilent Monk sent word to Horace that If he- w a s e lot terl It m i g h t be n pleasant rnt'uiento of tlic'lr ride logellicT If Gree-lej w o u l d g n e h i m sonio easj c,'Oiernmc-nt joli. To this ihe tooty editor r u p l i e ' i l - "1 ·'.olllcl r-ltliCT see JO'I te-n Iheilisind fathenns In h--I t h a n glie- you e \ e n II crust of bread. For *ou ire Ihe only m a n w h o e^cr had it In b i s power to put me In n ndieiilous l i g h t before I h e American people, anil jou Ml lalnt'usly exercised t h n t p o w e r " p * * Custer Disaster Messenger r.*: 'Illi; gni\ i n i l i n ' l i t of the d a w n of I- June "S, IbTIJ, Lhe me-n on Ihe fateam- STRICTLY BUSINESS A o u n ; w o m a n wt-nt i n t o a bant and usU-d for a e h e e k lo ue casbwl llie eiibl.ier tliook bis Head. ' I in S'irr}." he- fc .ilil pul )ou II b.ne lo gi.1 sine- om duce j o u be-Tnre.' I e:iu [ni monej on this c h e e k " Stie- st:.re-il d i s ' ' a i n f i i l l y ut turn. " I l l h a v e j o u u n i l i - r s t a n i l . sir.' slif- said i i a i i ^ h n l y . ' H i a i I am heie s t r i e i l j e.ii t i u s i n e s s i am not p j v m g a soeial e a l l . n n d , f u r l l i i r u i i . r u . I do not «.u i lo Lliow you " -- A n s w e r s .Ma^a/ine · Ij. ' b u t lo mlro oul tilt HANDLING "DEAD" LETTERS TLe uJ-in v.-ho mails a lettc-r ^{. vcrteatij leasing both the a.Mrr,,^ the person to wliom It is sou a:] f' 3 own address frutn the eme'.,;« ; Jonjer will hase to wait .si\- - ja[J| for the letter's return. A ne \ t .^ of handling dead letters ai'.l u , t . ages, of course, provides t! .- ,| first-class post ollices will , = . _ t their own dead letters iiun]..j 3 - L y i openin; them to rind tl'e i. i ^ n j ; the sender if possible. Secur] t -j and fourth class olliees w i l l !i-.n^ such undelherable matter -. j.,- e fifty odd ele-ad letter office-, I'-n-.v,! for in new Instructions. A e!-._(1 . onlv -IS hours will be r e q u i r e , .^i... the new unD.igenieut.--«a» .-...r a Star. They Won't M.x Business combined w i t h pit... ,I A sure to Inneler the businc-si!. Can't Be L e t t Cut After all, the lint dog w i l l onion is not very alluring. NO FCCLIN' Dr. Pierce'B Favorite Pre£Crm weak women stron B . No .ilw i by drugs' 31 " ' D * aD ' c ' 3 0 " li'lu- lo Season "Are you m i r r l c d ? " "Xo. Just n a t u r a l l y d SQOI. --London Tit-I3ils. " M u s t be. mi money a bridge club " ti p l i i l : i i ] l l i i " j i i l ?" e w a i she d i s t r i b u t e s ii^ her frit'iiOs at her Hooray For Detroit The S'indn.1 school teaelier a^ked her c h i s of l i r t l e girls how m n n i M l u l l e d lo L'o to ht'iven. They all raised the-lr hands e\-repr one. The teacher sai'l: " A l l gooel l i t t l e girls w a n t lo ^o to be:u-rn Wli\ don't y o u ? ' ·Ine l i t t l e girl a n s w e r e d 1 "No. nri'am. I can't go; our f a m i l y are uioMr.K h i c k to n c i r o i t ' -- r.iiln'iiiucr Ma'-a/inc- _ Young Absorb blcmishM and distcTun 3 L ;; MmolMd ^ " "'" X ^ · J l r e f l c '-,'' f - ' parbclcs ol ai^cl rljn arc frucl =-1 -J dcftcls such os blM klMailb, tan. fn r ,.i laruc; fates diwpi«-ar. SI in is H L J.-- fuiTy ckar. idicis ana so sy'l--r -t 'j,\j jears \mini;«. MercolurJ \\ai L ;i o.l jour bidden beauty- At all Icailirsc- -JJ. Powdered Saxoliis--i BcduccB OTinUca aoel otucr acc-'i- · - =· K du=olvc one ounce fcaioli tc in 'u p ;! ftfh bud mid UBC eLuly oa f^su :^ ^ | Foreign EntangUmcnt "How are \ o u feeling these daj.sV ' Not s i w e l l . ' r n b w e r e i ' Sennlor Sor ^livim. "I feel as If 1 w e r e hothcrt-cl bj -i p c r t o n a l l j conducted foreign en tangle-incut from s w i l l n w m ^ Ilubai.in c ' i \ i a r . Troncb truflies. sip.iiuli ouie 1 let I t a l i a n s p i ^ h e t t i nnd the rare roaM beef of old l.n^l^nd all al onee." EMPLOYMENT G OOD ray (or women In aoiall Uiwr.^To^tj labllslippTOi-vmnl.tciicntlnrfbu^ ni"." a blcbosl k-mdi' bualllr alas iu ov- pn Jj»l adTcnKinK hflps Jon. W rill" reirr .I...S I^AL LORD AMES., Inc. InH-f'SSHS Be Reasonable d o n ' t sing ' " \ \ l i v not!' "How k m I tell people eonferenee if there's s-m on?" Children's Coughs Need Creomulsion A l w a j ? get the host, fnsio-t ill surest IrcatmiMit for j u l . r elulclJ cough or cold. Prudent n".-to3 more anel more nre turn i _· to Creomulsiun tor any cough or co'] lint starts. Crconiulsion emulsifies c-r -ote w i t h six othei import ant in i inal elements \vhich soothe .ih I ti'^il the inflamed membranes 1' i- r il a clicup remedy, but emu m " narcotics and Is certain rel.' . G: a bolilo from j-our dru.'gi-: r.d't now- and have it ready lor it-- r 11.1 use. F RIENDS of Ileprespntnllve Ilobert L. DouRhlon of North Cnrollnn, chairman of the house vrnys and monns committee, expect thnt President Hooiecvcll will soon appoint Mm n member of the federal tariff commls- Blon. Probably this will be delayed until after the liquor unej general tni revision bills are passed by the houae. for both of these administration mean- ores are being handled by Doughton'a committee. F OIt the current and the next flscnl yoifrs the President aaks congress to provide sixteen nnO a half Lillian dollars, In the budRCt message which wai transmitted to tbc lawmakers. T OHDENTIAI, rains lasting many houri wrouHht disaster In Los Angeles and Its suburbs for floods rushed through the towns nnd countryside and probably 75 or more lives were lost Glendnlc. Montrose, La Crcs- centa, Echo Park. I,onB Bench. Ala- mltos Bencu, Venice, Itcdondo Beach and other towns were those In the direct path of the Inundation. It was In these places that the heaviest toll of life occurred. R ADICALS In A r g e n t i n a i t l l c m p t r d n ruvoll at Ilosarlo and Sanltt Ke. In Ihe norlhern purl of Ihe counlry a t t e m p t i n g 1° p r e i c n t the forthcoming elccllons. Uiit the authorities were nlert anil suppressed the uprising The mounted police fired on the crowds nnd n score or more of the reds were killed nnd mnny wounded when they attacked the nrsenaH nnd police head quarters. G ARY N. WEISINGER, JR.. deputy administrator In chane of th banking code, was fired by Genera Jobnaon because be wie beld respon Bible for the Issue ot R press release Inferring tlat Johnson had or proved a proposed set of fair bank Ing practice rules that some 700 bank and clearing houses were about I adopt. Johnson suspended th» proposed fee schedules, stating that b bad never seen them. /COLUMBIA university's footba ^J tcnnj pave the counlry · eurprle by defeating Stanford, 7 to 0, In th Rose Bowl game nt PasadcDR. Th Held WKS like tl swamp nnd rain fe continuously during tbo game. ft mi, WMIirn . Sally was struKis!lM«- lo keep from c-nir.? oul, b u t In n moment she smiled. Uohln, my dear. There Is no power lo kucp t r u e lu\crs n p n r l 111 Ihe .spirit, and I feel cerlaln that fate will seiiiic way K ' ^ e us lo ench other." "Voti w e r e n l w a y s f n l l h r u l . Sully-I _ ·· Hohin dived Into the depths of Ins pocket for the Incvllablc clgnrcllc Dint he toll he must have under Btrcsa nad suddenly Ills face went a crimson -- a t r i u m p h a n t crimson, however. He drew f o r t r an envelope. It w a s slumped nnel addressed. "Snlly 1 didn't post It!" Earl/ Price Control The American Colonlnl governments often controlled the prices of TOmmodl ties nnel voled from ycnr to yeur the rotes nt which the various grains and other produce would be received payment of public dues. Mctiurmz Bibj'i Cipicilr In India, women are very fond ot their children. Tbc mothers know nolhlnB of modern child-welfare and dlctnrlca; their method of "correct feeding" Is to tie n strlnR round baby's middle nnd when the string Is tout, he has had sufficient nourishment Reiteration of H««rl Action ncsrornllon of heart action by means of an electrified needle tins been found possible In development of an apparatus called "the nrtlQclnl pacemaker." er Tar \Vest, lied up on the tunks the Little l!lR Horn r u e r In Meintinti, were awakened hi a S ] d u l t e r of rlllc lire. As they rushed on deck, the." snvf a horsein-in K ' H o p l n R furiously ii]. the vallej. t u r n i n g now and then In his saddle lo lire back nt the whoop I n n Indians who were p u r s u i n g him. When Ihe redskins ua" 1 Ihe steamer, they IHHC up llic pursuit ami Ihe lone horseman dnchrd up. Slirln^hc from his fcaeldle. he sta^fr-ered on to the Far West nnd cnM'eel o u l . "fustcr and nil his men h:i\c been w i p e d out hv the 1 Siou-v!" lie was "MuKKlns" Tavlor. a scout ttaclied to Ceneral Clhbons' cemi- n a n d on Ms wav lo Port i;ills wlfi llspatehe-i f r o m his cnininander. DIs coiered by the I n d i a n s lie hncl bc-eri 'orccd to r u n for his life and only .be lucky rlrincc of his h m l i n ^ the Tur West w h e r e he did, Miied bun 'reuii death nl Ihe h a n d i of Ihe siv- aiios. To the- men on board the bo it gave tlic lirst a i i t h e n l ' c account of Lhe disaster tlril line] befallc-n Ihe dasbuip leader of llie ^ C ' l e n t h c - i \ a l r \ . T w o d t i s h i l i r T u l o r l o f t the 1'ar West w b n i i il steamed out of the I',!;; [le»rn into the V e l l o w s l o n e and set oul on lil IOTIJ;. lone'lj ride of 17" mile's to Fort Kills. A h u n d r e d miles from his F t a r l l n s place he reached an old klafC station on the Ve'.iow stone where Ui eel Horace Counlrj mnu. an old scout and I n d i a n fighter. Ta.rlor w n s so cxlinust- cel that he was unable to no on. but the ne.\t dny. accompanied by Counlry- man. he set out on n fresh horse and reached Fort Ellis w h e r e he again told bis tragic story to n group of horrified listeners. In Ihe meantime C o u n t r j m n n had continue d on to liozeman. w h e r e he eTpectel lo be nble to spread the tidings ol Cusler's fate oicr a government leiegraph w i r e , l i n t on his rer- nvnl Iherc he found Ihe government wire d o w n and useless. KO he continued on lo Helena which he reached iibout noon on J u l y 4. There he told Ihe rcws lo Andrew J. Flsk., nn Associated Press correspondent nnd Unil afternoon risk Hashed to the world the h r = l news of ihe disaster on tho Little Big Horn--n feat rondo possible by the daring ride of "Mug- Bins" Tailor. A f t e r the I n d l n n wars were over Taj lor became n peace officer La Mon- tnna nnd was killed lo the town of Coulson In October, 1832. by n drunken ne'er-da-nell named Lump or Lemp who shot Taj lor down when the deputy sheriff attempted to arrest him. d 1B33. Wcattra NnrrplporUnlou. Hii Valuation George--I'm a f r a i d I am not qood enough for you. .Mabel--We'll, to lull the t r u t h , I (Jon't t h i n k so c i l h e r ; hut j o n ' r e too yootl for any of the othc- girls. Seeing for HimBclf "Thai boy j o u were w i t h last night Is n special i n i c s t i g n t o r ? What's he ln\ c-siifjatinK?" "Tlie theory t h a t kissing Is danger ous I" ON SIDELINES Finds Relief Sofe, All- Vegetable Way ^hc had C I T C D up hope of aim''-K "^ tial rel" I LnliHto ). But now afie-jesiniii chronic coitillp^Llon and biliou.in( -^ -- wlu6 n channel New pep -- new color nntl n'JIHy -- freccjom from bowel sluggislmi^ aad is- tcsllniJ poisons. This all-vcecl.iijli- li»"TM gently srlmnlates tho entire bom I. pn* mmplcte.iliorouBh elimination, Ort All Quick relict lor acirt H^ 1 linn, hrnrlhurn O ' · J^- He--Oh, J C H , 1'ie fouglil In seicral balllcs She--And did they all diiorcp ou in the cod? No Such Yearning* "Do jou o\er jearn for w e a l t h un told!" "No," nnswcrcej Sir. Dusiln SUIT. "Untold wealth Is i t h a t Is g l t i n r friends of m i n e so much trouble about their Income tax returos." Tho Wedding Ring When a man puts a ring oa MB brldc'a finger at the altar he Is doing precisely wbat bis long-dead predecessor did In Angio-Sftion days. When Anelo-Sojon lovers were betrothed the bridegroom gave a "pledge" which took the form of · ring. This was placed on the maiden's right hand, and n-ns religiously kept there until It was transferred to the other hand at the marriage ceremony. li la Interesting to note that this pledge was colled a "wed," from which we dcrlv* our word "w-eddlne." No Recipe "Hey, cook, I'd like to lake home the recipe of that hliSh you are cooking t h a t smells so good." "There Is no recipe for hash. It j u s t "collecls."--Clirlstian Itcglnor. Quick/iealing ^ FOR 7 Skin Snitatit If JQU. Buflci with pimples, e rashes, chafiBgs, cruulions or »t»i dislrcssing ekin trouble, licp.n l°"! lo UBC Cuitlcnra Sonp an ' Ointment, liaihc Ihc ail«i" S iru with lie Soap, nnoinl viih l h l mimcnL Rcliclcomen al ou« "" bealing «oon follows. . Ointment 25cand SOe PreprirtOTB: Potter Drug Cnemic Carponition, MnJden. Ma"' Duplicate! Don't Count "And so," said the m a g i s t r a t e severely, "this is the fifth person you have knocked down this year?" "Pardon me," said the girl motorist, with dignity, "the fourth. One of their »vas the same person twice. Tbe Older th« Better Helen--The lady I'm golog lo Introduce you to Is worth a million, and she's Just the right age for you. Jack--Any Indy worth a million Is thi right ago for me. She Admili It Observing a young woman standing alone, the young man stepped up to her and Bald: "Pardon me. Ion look like Helen Black.'' "Yes," she replied. "I know I ij 0 but I'd look for worse In white." Enliriini Hi Knowledga Young Wife--Going out ogaln? Two years ngo you said I was jour whole world. Husband--Yes; It Is surprising now much geography one can learn in I BO rears. FDR A NERVOUS WOMAN REUEvicZEMA Don't mff w . Stop ^ e a D Resmol MEWSPAPEJRl

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