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''AGE FOUR. THE DAILY CO U 111 E3R.-CONNELL.SVn JL.E, PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 19oO. Satlg (Eottrar. TUB COlTKJEStt CO., PubltHhcm, H13NHY P. SNTDBR. President and l-Mitor, 1870-1016. M11S. K. M. SNYDKR. President, .7ASE1SS J. , President and CJoneral Manage'. P. C. Vlco-Prissldent. M£SS R. A. DONEGAN. Kaorotary and Treasurer. JOHN* L. OANS, ; Editor. WALTER S. ST1MMEU City Kdltor. ' MISS LTKJfB B. K1NCEUU Society Editor. MKMBER OP American Newspaper Publishers Association, A u d i t Bureau ot Circulation. Pennsylvania Newspaper PuDllsnara Association. Two cents per copy; Me per m o n t h ; 155.00 per oar by mall II paid in advance. ' 12c per -week b j c u r r i e r . Entered as sccor J clnss mailer at the pus to nice. Council* vine. ; L'JUBAY EVKS1XG, JAX. 8, 3»30. I U V A U J Y U D T W I M - V I'OLH'K O l ' T I C K K S . The district a t t o r n e y ol Lawrence coMiiiy complains of n . ondlllon, Dial has developed from the cecut murder ot a Highway Patrolii an by Helen Suhroeder, which is In crt'erin;? with the progress ot the Invc, tigation being conducted by his office. The offer o£ reward t'oi' the- apprehension of the murderer hjis developed so much rivalrv between the Stale Police, tho H i g h w a y Patrol ami local officers, each teai Ing the o t h e r may be the- flrst to claim tlio reward, that tho dish-let attor.toy's onlce la handicapped, iu Its efforts. To. remedy the situation t h e suggest iou has been ruado that the State Highway Patrol and the- Stuto Police b(* plaee-tl nudor a slngh uuthorily and 0,'HM cited as one- u n i t , -iiie-h a method \ \ m t l d prevent, tho pres»iit practice ot w l t h h o h l i i i K information from each o.her a n d . ( t i e c o u n t y authorities. In tracing out c i i m l n a l s c/cry agency ol detection should \\oi-lc iu cooperation 11 satisfactory r e s u l t s are to be- obtained. This c a n n o t he done' when there is division »£ am i n r i t y , such i\s at present nvwails, The cQiwr«UUatlons t o Bj r in Porter aponlita SUh birthday will be- sis Ron- oral as they nre s«n«vt us anil cordial. Uis many Mentis wishing very artipuL- |y that lie may lx prMieffed to enjoy nmuy tnd all happy returns of tho clay. FOOTPRINTS IN THE SANDS OF TIME MAKING COXM:t,LSVll.liB FOHGJ5 A H E A D . In afMition to oc-lng nn Interostinp;, Instructive- and convincing proswnta- tlon ot the rcasonH why CMii'i-ll«viHe has never boeii "down and out; why it is not oven approximating th.it condition, and giving d e f i n i t e dictions na to 'how Uio town HUI.V hu nmilc to Corse . ahead, tho jwldm.8 of 1.. V. K u t h he- ioro tho joint meeting «t Hotary and Kiwa-uia cluba lm-1 other features that were uo I*ss oiil'.t uidiiiR. It reveaJe-d c a r e f u l study of t h e facts associated with 'be previous history of the city which. wh«n compared w i t h those of today, .«ho\v the vast develop- m e n t and improvement that have taken place Mm u the days vrtum Kachartah Connc-ll sat ou tho Public- Ground and "watched 'tiro droves of cattilo fording the river." It rullixj vividly to the attention oC tnos»a pros- ent ao-mothing of "tho effort and prog- TOKS" that have- mad* the transformations In tho city's appearance poBslbla. But chiefly, n-ul far which the address w i l l !o lonstOHt rcmemhe-mxi, was tho engaging; cjunlor w i t h \shich lUr, Tlut.li fc-poko concerning the thins.! that citizens must do to prove their right to ho classed a« loval resident*. In t h N respect Mr. R u t h spoke o u t of an abundant kiiow'edp;e that 1ms bren uvquired throtmh yenra ot r u r e f u l and discriminating observation ot events, Ieoplo and tliliu'-* whlc-h have hooped (r rotardod the t o w n in HH growth and advancomcnl. The exiprr-'-Mons were cliarftctiorU'.t!c (;[ l!i ou.lsiok( n f r a n k n e s s ot" t.he author of them, and tho coavio'Juns with which he ha-s long le-n accus- toniod to sUvte his opinions. They ·woro uttered In a s p i r i t that coiuwyed to his hearers the indelible Impression that they v/ero Ixjlng B|xkou w'.'tix oariK.vtuess arid In the hot« that help- f u l losvsons nti'slU ho learned there- from, autl all to the intent that his Jlsteu-era would bo ursM to Ui'k-o new .'heart atid coin-ago at the prospects Coniiallsvlllo h;,s for the future. Tliy Indicated a faith in C'o-miells\Hle that Is unwavc-riiiK, which can bo uttoaled hy the HKitera) favt that bank (hearings of tho city ha\ been avora-ghis, $1,000,000 a weoiv. This money originates here, and oonstitute-a a Jigure tliat mint s t i i i i u l a t ^ our pride. It was when stating »pe'jlile things cltlzeus can do to help tho town, its -peopleand imstltutions that Mr. Ruth's utterances -betrayed ]).ls d«*p in-torcst in CoiwiollsvlHo. An,out the racont stock markot crax-e, in which t-'omc ot our people unfortunately participated, ho declar-ed tli^it "if the money lost by ComiO'llavilld.peopIc alone had bon made ayaila.blo to the discrlnniating Use of! tho Board of Trades, it would Uiavo gono a long way -to Indue 1 1 some real and worUinhllc i n d u s t r y to lucato here." Tho chain f-fore was ttono-tutiKitocI "a Mcoder not a feeder," of tli eom- munHy in -that "it extenals no ei-edlt to ludividuals; it Is not local in ch,wae,ter a»d perform a n-o worthwhile service. 'No cHsh, no jfooda,' Is it mot.to. Its customers are «lmply helping to put tho local m e r c h a n t out of buHim^wS." Mr. Htith advocated tho prartic-o of iiiidustry by till rltlze-nn, holding t h a t tho "willingness to work ctinita mos-t, no matter \wv humble the task. There Is no s t i b w i i t i i i o for work." Finally, ho declare cl, "It Counolls- ville is to toj-ge ahead, tho forward movement can only bo accelerated by tho ptitleut arrl persistent elfort of its inhabitants i-cm plod w i t h loyalty to the town, i t b eitl/.i-ns and Institutions." In the.M t r u t h s , so c l e a r l y expixxisctl by j\lr. H u t h . th-ore is iiiueh for every titiz;eii to poiidw t h o u g h t f u l l y if, like h t m , t.ioy h a v e a deep anil abiding interest in w h i - t CowtcUsvillo may bc- tomc- in tho f Kuro. 3FIXK K A T V L 1 T I K S IX COUNTY. ' As usual the fatalities rcBultlr£ from mine ai-i-idonls in the county d u r i i i K 19-H lead in tho n u m b e r of death from v i o l e n t eattaos. Tho iuim- bor, (K!, waH more t h a n twleo the de/aths rc'.sul'.inij trom motor accidents. the ivxt highest list, with u total of 2.S deaths. Tho s t a t l F t k - s do not Kivo tho e.iv- cnmstaiu-ps attending thu coal m i n e noektcntj). X i m a j o r aockl-onl.s h a v i n g oecurrod rtu-lug the year, tlio pro- M u m p t l o n is s t u i t the larger number resulted from f si I Is of root and coat. That rew.itm tiie most prolific source ot miuo t'at i t i t i t ' s , against which H has not /et lu-ou possible to provide any seeare '.uVgiuinl. M i n i n g oil i-!,iU u i i d e v o t i n g mm v a n d rnui i AM i n n in to .u i d ' - u t s of chai.ii (cr. u i l l i u u t u ijl'-ctini; ot b u t l 'ley i-:.- !M sii i p i ' ( j (if .-'1! C h e tliat irf ln'itiii l . t K r U . j-5 it pib.-ijbu t l u t t 'lie \iuii£j «f the counl.v art* h u k i n t ; iu c to prorH«;-c, w nro they beconitn.? up- pa)lHi by t!i'* burdens ot married liff»V The dcoreir in marriac;efv (Jurhic IPiO ( hj '.*·» U-M; l * u i 1 ' n p i f t l,i s l i p p i n g in Real Meaning of Kellogg-Pact Must Be Stated by U.S. Before London P-nva! Cout'or- o Cnu Prueeed ^Vih Arnutaient Question. Ry D A V T U LAWHF.NCK. ( C o p y i i g h t i!):!U b The Coiu-icr.) WAS1IINUTON, Jft't. 3.-- What tho Kellogg Treat} re-ally m e a n ? Tluitt far the Amen -an Government has avoided definition lUit before the London Naval Conti ren' can maka m u c h progress, the other countrleB will want to k n o w from tho United States whether it a a Ties any obligations and w h e t h e r America. i-e«:asutzeii them, Sprcitlc-ally tho q u » s t i o n whi.'h he- corn os the wholo crux, of H m i t - i t i ' i u if n u v u l a r m a m e n t a id retluctiJii it \vhethev the U - i i t e 1 .Stall's, In I'ue event thai \ \ a r brt- iks out botwue;i h l g u n t o n c s of tin- K f l l o g g 1'acl, will ret'iMo to h h i p h u p p ' i c s and C;O'K!H to t h e aetfrchhor n a t i o n o r w h e t h c v . i t will f o U o w I h e ug -old tradition of Creodoin of Ihe boas- U America vnali- a, as Pre.sideni Hoover r e c e n t l y i n d cated, on supplying food to helllgereut touutriost, then a navy big e n o u g h 10 seize ships and prevent eonlrabam trom enterlnj,' onemy countries %v ill be uec.ea.aary. France and Italy pa tU-ularly want an answer to this p o i n t , for if tho T'l.ited States as the graiiai v of i)»e world and the big supply deput ot' the last war, should re-luse to tr; do with couiurles that have been pro *«d aggressors or violators ot tho K"-llogs Pact, both France and Italy w i l l it i el uomt'orlahle about reducing mat-rially the si'/.o of their respociivo fl-ei (s. The question Is not easy to settle because American producers whose ti ado would bo impaired, will want t - i know who is to compensate them 1 r their forebear- aneo or for the t toppage o£ trade. American m a n u f a c t u r e r s made tidy Ktiuib on foreign e. port between 1914 and li)17, ami now that foreign trade lia.s Ki'own to larg-j proportionw, the q u o s t l o n is even more materialistic than it ever hns b en. The Sovlet-Oovo! riineat told Secret a r y Stiruson t h a t liis observations on tlie CJlilnose-lliibsian tlisputc constituted "au u n C r l e n c l l y ,. cl." If the United Stales refused to s h i p to a belligerent country, it might make tho hitler feel that the U n i t e d Btr'tes had committed an u n f r i e n d l y act. The i)O:,hibi!lty of being drawn fa to (he controversy w conflict on one side or the- other is definitely involved in. 1 ' any decision as to f u t u r e policy under tho Kellogg Anti-War Treaty. But foreign governments are outsp kenly commenthiK that the u n c e r t a i n l y ot' the American position is causing doubt and confusion and is h o l d i n g up a definition of world naval policy. The Ivjllogg Tr--aty was supposed to outlaw war. II was a proclamation of moral force, ac ording to President Hoover. It did not involve physical force. But the iu atiou is, what kind of conscience! w i l l a nation have which, while professing a belief iu tho principles oC .ho Kellogg Treaty, insists on sending tuiiipllos to the n a t i o n which has violated it? To put it a n o t h e r way, the League ot Nations provides for economic boycott of nations 1 hat wage offensive warfare. It" tluT" or f o u r uaUous decide to boyco:t i h e aggressor country, will the U i i l t t d States n i l by and withhold i t s b t p p i i c s , t h u s rendering moral support iu the countries t l i u t wish to punish UK offender ur at least compel the aggrc ssor nation to surrender, or will America feed and clothe and arm t.ie ag-gres.sor nation as has always bi en the custom? If tho latter view prevails, then tho Kellogg Treaty w i l l be held meaningless and tlio J i a t ' j n a of Kurope "will so regard it. In other words having avoided tho League of N'atioi .-; covenant because, as 1'rewideiit Wilson phrased il, u moral obligation corner near being a physical obligation, the "United Statea has sponsored tlie Kcilogg Treaty, wi.ich either can les au implication of world concert Iu punishing an o f f e n d - er or la merely, like many H a g u e cuiivt'iitiDiis, a p r o f o u n d a p p e a l for pt'.ico w i t h o u t , iny danger to any siiiiutitory countr; tit' [ i u i i i « l i m c i i t f r o m tht' other in 01 nb rs ot Uio f a m i l y u ! n a t l u u w . \Vlutl l it-s tin; KelJoHK Pact itifcan --the AHH-iican ilelexutkin \ \ i l l find t h a t t|uestti!. the bii; oiu; at Luu- dou. That's th I n t ' u r m u l t o n i i o m diplomatic 8uur -ea both in-re a n d abroad, and in t 10 answer to its lies tho success or f! lluvc o£ the program of uaval redti'.'tii u. fatroaizo tho. e wb» MANAGEMENT WILL COUNT MOST IN 1930 )}n))Kou Sfi the Size of (lie Man ItiUher than Hip .Dfitormines of thr BABf-'OiV PAUK, Maes., Jan. 3-- -Over ^·"i years of eluciy of bu«inc.«tf ami iiccuiilles ha« taught mo t h a t tho most i m p o r t a n t / factor d e t e r m i n i n g biio('crs i» either lino Jr! management. T l n r o r t u n t i t c l y it is a subject on w h i c h there- a -o the- fewest sUiUntU-b ami tho le-.it-t information. In fad. moat o f ' (he a t t r i b u t e s of suocro'.fu] n/anago- , inrnt cannot be expressed in tMins ot · (igureri. They coiisiut. of ouch bplrltuai ' and mental things as character, iai- I , integrity, vi.sion, and rct,ource- I don't caro how big the bUdliiC48 Is, how nuiginlicent its officee, htiw t'xtendive ita planie, how far- flung it.a eyatam of iiatrtbu!ion, if tho iiHii!ag'me«t has gone, to seed it la not a good investment. Big buKineefl by no means has a monopoly on the management li'rums of this country. In fact, often times when a business grown to huge proportions it hegins to run along on ius momentum, and executives who ehould bo striving to coordinate and Improve ite operations, are instead s i t t i n g back and taking it oaey. Small or medium- Blued buslneeeoH which grow up on their own resources by ehtxn- m e r i t lire euro to attract business 3c«d0ru of Ihe ri;;ht rt. They offer uu opportunity for personal g r o w t h , and for th-o o prcfieiou of personal talent. Indeed, all ot our huge- corporations were one day email, but we/o dominated and built up by isomo outstanding leader. ii!H) a Challenge to IJusincss The year i!)30 w i l l , In my opinion, separate the sheep from- the goatt; amoriK business executive*). Many* mediocro rnanagemontd have gotten by durinj; the patit, few years "by riding on tiia prosperity wave. This year they will meet changed conditions. There- 1e plenty oE bueinca'i to bo had, but It will require more "getting." Hence, instead ot r i d i n g the waves, business executives have- got to row tho boat. The wleo Investor te going to pay more attention to the character of tho management and not. BO m u c h attention to tho n u m b e r and size of factories, or to the complex and glit- torlm; llnitnclal litateiiienlis. iniuaucial fitatemonlri can change rapidly, but tho eherneter of an honest, capable, jag- greesive, nnd broad-visioncd man w i l l n o t change. Sales jMunagrnMsnt Must. Be of Jligh Order. The coming year will lest the efficiency of sales' managements in vigorous tabhion, Competition vvil! grov\ keener. Tho (struggle for marlc-cte will bo hitter. Hence, executive leaders iihould omphaslzo and etrenglhen tho -3alc6 depnrtmentti of their businesses. Instead of b u i l d i n g up largo ulli!ional plant capacity which may not bo needed for several years, tho mnnagementfi would do woll to spend appropriations building up tho of tlieh' sales' forces awl securing the highest grade salesmen and sales' managers t h e y can obtain. The- day of tlio "order takers" is over. Ine-fiU'lent wilosmon must be weeded out. Alfin do nol a l i n t on y o u r alvertls» ing. In thiri cimnoction L a l w a y s t h i n k ol I h e p l a y , "It l'aK t o Adverti«c," w l s i ' - l i was «.n p o p u l a r a iVw yearn ngu, Ar. ..ou may ri'-mi'mhcr, I ho vnterpriri- iii}4 ht-i'o In t h i s plfly li'cldc'l to u t a r t ;i hoaj) huriinoti.s. l'iutt Iu- hi'xiin to adv.M-liiip \igoroiihly, aai liiercby b u i l t up a f r e m c i K l o u H demam], Ordsra llo^ed in for car-load tots^ Then h« rcallzel t h a t he had no I n c . tory in which to make the soap. Ho had forgotten «!! about mftiiufaciur- Isjs the product la hie zeal to sell it. I certainly do not ruootntn^ijcl B dnp; to tliat extreme. On tho ith*»r hand. biicJi a mifthosi w o u l d ! x betti r t.'ian prodnc Itig ffi-eui q i i a u t i t f-s of s ip and enlarging fuctori« tor , t i l ! mo « production, only to llnd t h a t you 1 i\'v, no w a y to «e!l it wlic-u it It nuidc M a n y h u r t i m ^ H IIU-M -n.-ikc- t a m i ' l a k e of b u i l d i i i K up tot i u p c i p l a n t on the t h e o r y t l a t I l i i large p h i n l can Id 1 - o p e r a t e d .it i ID.MT i 01 . Ilov. ever, uulCtt', th- »-ahe nnd adv ftf.-iiiig end of t l i u b t i ' l n e t H h;,« r \ p j dod in p r o p o r t i o u , HID largi-i- jii.u t will merely bo a "v,SiJto el'iiihaii!" on the huhlnuf s manV-i luimfii. RiMiiom ier that an idle p l a n t , or n plant opor. ting at only a fraction of capacity, greitly raineti the cwt of p r o d u c t i o n Make sure firet that y o u r volunii; E tuleft is all that you \iesJre. Then expand tho production capacJIy to iu ct t l i n t demand. Jler^nrs for XecessHy, b u t ot for We. have just been t h r o u g h i .perltxl of "iii(;!| /iuance " Alergisn-i a ui ritm- ora of merguiv, were ( h e orrit · of tho day. Since t h e «tocl mark, t crash wo do not hear EO n u c h ab mt now mergera, but we hear iimtea- that a n u m b e r of mergers formerly -ropoflCfl h a v e now been called off Tli roaeon is that many of them were- ( incoivod mainly for atock market prod B rather than tor any i-eal (cciioui' l s they rnighf. bring. IVlH'n tlio ·!) nco for s p e c u l a t i v e )ru(it.i w o n t gin irnoring, M u c h merger pliiiit) went with them. I believe economically :,ound c 'ii«olitla- tions will continue, but thej w i l l bo dictated by tho necessities of competi- t i o n and not by the a l l u r e - of suc-cula- l i v e profile, The recent acti- u of the stocks of many eo-oiilled tiolc.up; com- iKinleu and Jiivofilmenf. t r u s t - , formed during tho pa«t year, imllcuU ·! clearly tho amount oC water which i hey cou- talnexl. fnveators aro no longer ?oing to midtake eucJi fancy fainnelal management for tho real article. The. man with money to invest thlp ; oar w i l l ask how tho manago-meiit is carrying on the real business for which It exists, namely economic al product on, efficient selling, and the makin ; of legitimate nusinces pronto. ] o is not Abe Martin "Td h a t e m p r l i t v r - a d to · o t l m e i sr!t h a r r j PVCII I f I ,1111 a trm c i a t , " .'anl Jo" K l t a t o d a v ! V \ ' h y clofa -x l r l l - , ' H u v r p ] In ht:- going- to be Interested in pro-forma balance sheets and hypothetical income wtatomente of stock-jobbing pro- niotloiw. .Moreover, the tr«eaurerfl' dopartmenlM of our corporations will bo re*iulvt'd to tend to -their real buei- neen, w h i c h is Uie. control of costs, and not tho fltartins of now nchemea to eoll eloek al fancy prices. Tests of t.'ood TUnnagrnicnl, H In o f t e n sakl that: "The. proof of (ho p u d d i n g H In tho eating." On this hiifiis m a n a g e m e n t may !H mcaaurod to some e x t e n t by the rcfiultfi which it obtains. A lonp record of earnings and dividends is r a t h e r conclusive evi- ti( nee of sound manng"cmMit, particu- l a r l y 1C accompanied liy frrowing ·nH«t? and tiuund f i n a n c i a l position. I l o w o v u r , pai-t achirveraenlB alone are t n t toulficiciu. 'iiulufltrial life today la much more complex t h a n evor before changes are eontUamly -occurring; iiaw Inventions and ditjcoveriee aria scrapping old Industries and fitarting new ones. Markets change with tho changing fitylcfe. Aieo changes in executive ;K x rsoimel occur frequently. The Investor needs to know thai Hie) men who conduct the affairs to hid company are men of broad vision over alert, to changing- economic con- dltione. He should alijo knosv something of their past r«x;ords, and, ol their other htmiuegH and financial affiliations. Most i m p o r t a n t of all, hliould know (but tlioy l;oar a rcpu- tutloii for absoluto honesty and fair ilQullng. Some dishonest moil aro aleo highly capable, but no one wants to trust hi« rnonoy with them, llonco, the primary requisite- of 6ounl mxii- aifomont Is high moral character. Bui-iinea.H Ijy the Babsonchart ia now iiv-o per cent below normal compared wltll live per cent above at this t i m e a year ago. « ' " i y r i s h t Pnbllshi'rs i-'iniincial Bm-cau ) A Qiake Every Half Minute Every lio.lt minute au earthquake occurs some-whoro on earth. Great ones powerful enough to deatroy towns happen about four times vyear. Two especially soimlttve /.once exist: Along tho almost continuous slrtch of the- Alps, Caucasus and Himalaya niountalna and along the- whole mountainous circle- of the Pacific. ' Often shaken Italy is in the flret none, OalUornla and Japan In the BOC- ond, Kttfi-lern North America along the- Applachiati chain goes through a noliceable, b u t usually harmlees quake at least once a year, and a damaging one at about five year in- tervale. Business Is Booming In Bizarre Buncombe BUNCOMBE, 111., Jan. 3---Tim Bun- combo News Reporter habblew "Buncombe Butilnees Booms" in ita baptismal ulUijt. Buncombe Babbitts behold a bttild- i n f f - u n t l bualnesf) boom which they say will make- the bonlirc-e'hlaxe and tho pot bubulo'antl boil, bringing bucks to this lierg with the bizarre cognomen. Jinhhil, i'tificnlng- Farm. M O O U l i K A D , i M i n n . , J a n . 3---Aloor- liciil may become I l i n i t i b h i l centLM- of t h e iVorlliwt'st il' plaiiri, jus! c'timiilctt-d liy Ihe N a t i o n a l Uoiiporaiivc Rabbit .\UirkeliiijA Asnoci.iliou of AnnM'U'a, tUcileriall/.c. Flubbits from l l u j N o r t h went aro to lie i.iiippuii (o t l i e It ad River R a b b i t vaneli hei-e tor collection and laUenliiR be-fore, sending them to eastern markets, 130-32 West Crawford Ave. $24.75 Coats', Now $12.37 $29.75 Coats, Now $14.87 $39.75 Croats, Now $19.87 $49.75 Cosds, Now $24.87 $59.75 Coats, Now $29.87 i.75 Coats, Now $34.87 BEAUTIFUL NEW Exquisite ci^rationcg of Canton and Fl.it Ci-ope. In all the season's moat popular styles and colors. See them tomorrow. It will be our aim, during the c.oniing year, to be of greater servieje to our customers than, ever before. Our prices will be as low as the lowest. Our service will not be excelled by anyone. Our mercliuiHii.se will be standard, or better. Quality will not be sacriiiced for price. We will co itinue to handle a high grade line of meats and provisions in our Meat Markets. In oxir (j!ro:ery Line you will find best to be had and all the nationally advertised goods. FURNITURE--A larger line at a saving to you, CLOTHING, FOOTWEAR--Larger assortment at very moderate prices. LADIES HEADY TO WEAR GARMENTS---Many patterns to pick from and tbe, prices are right. URY GOODS--Large assortment of piece goods and all the staples you need. Here, too, is quite a saving. DAIRY AND CHICKEN FEED---The best brands at reasonable prices. Save money during 1930 by purchasing all your merchandise from the Sixty Storeu in Nine Counties of Pennsylvania. Looking' for Warjrnlnn J Tf so, read Uio nrtvc-rttislns columu.! ot Tii-a ially. Courier. Why the Esquimo Offers His Wife Something ehould be said about the legendary eaeei'ueee °C an Eskimo to offer his -\viCo to overy packing stranger and the wlfo'ii eagerness to bo so offered. Tho report is greatly exaggerated, states Jon U linn Mitchell, writing In the Moivtor Magaaiiio. Every good Eskimo irovidev, in the couree of time, is l i l t f l y to accumulate a number of. eupeifluoue females. Each winter many hurters at tho ice odgo, thirty miles or more from land, aro loet, and because o this and 'other reasons there is ft c l n o n l o deficiency of men. Eskimo economy re,lii inescapably on the cooperation of man and woman. The woman cureri iw i ami venison, Iries out bluddor for oil and does a thousand other things; and ail through the- winter e v e n i n g nho chevvH away on heavy, hairy ekins of seals, malting them an -soft and p l i a b l e ars dotli and fit lor p - t l e o l l t l i l c w h i r l s arid draweiv. In l u i u sbo i,-; dc-pcn- d e n l upon t i n * h u n l c i ' . S l i u e an K h U i n n ) m. n h a ^ a U i n d h . Irii-ndly nature- p u - u m a l i l y hi* - l i o w u cont-jidci adon l t l i f - c . x l i d w o m e n \\lio, Ijfcansc- of tho d i M t h of t h e i r n i a l o relations, come i n t o 'IIH t a n i l l y . To call lliose women hii5 \VIVCH, how-evi-r, is a Mroos inlfuuo ol 'he word. They aro, more o f t e n , only so many additional m o u t h ' s t o U ^ d . A V h c t i a u K n K l t n o p r c - s p M one jf liii- ho-callotl uiiuit the iidbtsU s. t - t r a n g e r ho to' very likoly h o p i n g that the stranger may bo moved to malro a ljiI for her. What Congress Cost Tho Hit,l «{!:6ion of. tho 71st Con- greris w h i c h bogan last A p r i l and ended hifit week cost tlio country $177,000,000, exclusive- of Icgislatom' sal- arles w h i c h mut=t be paid anyway, fstimntcvi Time. Of Him a m o u n t .1151,000.000 wos voted to .slarl (he federal Farm Board ; $l!).000,(l(jn for tlio 1930 Ceiifitis aiul lloui^c m-a])portioiinu'nt ; ?'l,,~iOO,()00 for eradication of the M e d i t e r r a n e a n f r u i t fly in Florida, $J,000,000 (vr pay iu- cn\ihc, to h'KiHliillvo eniployc«; $3,- (JUO.OUii for U'lUtilativo cjp-nbc«, J n - oluliiij.; ,i:!GO,(ii)0 for publltailon of t h e C o n g r e s s i o n a l Record; $200,000 for cotnpilaiion and puljlicati-oii of tariff information, £220,000 for "mileage." O n i j H a n k h ('tin Conduct. Si Clubs. F i n a n c i a l iii.-,!itutioi)i-, Iliiil aro refill- l a r l y i n c o r p « r a u d a m i d u l y hcemtf'd i n i v a i i - h , i i i k i M - uu! siuh Ixuikis a n d li.iukci -, o n l y can logalh conduct C h i Miiia-^ M i v n i ^ s c)«h« in Pfjitusjl- v . i n i a , according to «n opinion of Harold II. Knylor, d u j n t t y u l f o n i o y general of th«j State;. yon Ads. in The Ij«i' ("o it wmall, raaul-ts arc C!as»iftM! TTi* cort

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