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PAGE POUR. fHE'DAILY COURIER, CONNBL ..SVILLE, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1930. CSlmsrtrr. COURTIER co., P. SNTDEJR, P r e s i d e n t and jlklllor, 1879-151G. MTIS. K. M. SNTTJER, l ' i o s i d c n c , 1916-1022. JA.VKS .1 DHISOOU. P r f H i t l e i i t a n d t t c n e r a i Manager. I'. C V i K MUNDKON, MISS R. -v. DONKOAN. t - c c r e t a r y .tnd T r e a s u r e r . JOtTN U QANS. M a n i k i n s Editor. WAX.TKR S STIMMKL, C i t y iidttor. tie a bttt.tlo and Couno]ljjv±Il portumtloK for to win. Tno game TT I omf crowd of enthusl I both tearnn. May *:ii [ m ch-ex-r the winner*) encourage. I heir fa v 1 hereby show t h a t t i n preciate good pla sixrtsinarihlp, and · t'rieiidb re-liUlons m. other demonwtniitlon i i i i K OH 'he exemlplilU' points of tho game 1 ItfCRKASIW MISS LYXN'B B. S o c i e t y K d i t o r . M K M B K R OF A n i c i i c - i n i N e % v s p a p o r P u b l i s h e r s A u d i t E u r c n ' i o f C i r c u l a t i o n . P e n n s y l v a n i a N ( w s p a p e r P u b l l s h o r a Assi e l a t i o n . Two reiUi r»r - o p y . 51V, r" r m o n t h : $."'.00 ppi y e a r by mail If paid In adv a n c e . 1-c p e r week b v carrier, E n t n r e d an s^co.id clas* m a t t a r at tb« postofllce. C o n n e l l i v l l l e . 'ITKSnAY K V E M N G , KKB. 35, A C T I V I T I E S O F TKK FORK.VSIC t K V U U K . Tho activities of the- Pennsylvania l V r e u r f t c 1-f-asue have, been advanced to s u c h ,1 decree of importaiKie i n the ,chool l i t e of thu Slato that, the a n n u a l coiitcvU. Plagwl und*r ite manaso- mcnt have bocon-e a most nbeCul i n - t i t n i i o n T h i s is especially t r u e i n K,ty«»tt« c o u n t y w l i e r e tho idea o r i g i n - ated a n d where seven c o n c c c u t i v o contc.-ts h n v bo n h e l d w i t h p r o w i n i ; i n t e r e s t r;u h y e a r T h e h i h e d u l e f o r l!»r.O w i l l b o t h e rrost imi»vl,vnt v-n u m i e r t a k e n . In A d d i t i o n t o tlebat -s. o r i g i n a l o r a t i o n s . ri'.ulmj' 1 4 . i n s t r u m e n t a l a n d vocal t n i i - - i ( . e x t r a - r u r r i c t i l a r activities v l l l be !' a ' u r e d in t h o events. Tilth c n l a r s c c m - n t of t h e program w i l l briri^ more s ' n d e n t s i n t o t h e c i . m p i - i i t i o r . - w h l ·! w i l l r e s u l t in a J a r s e r di.- t r i b t i t i . - n of t h e b e n e f i t s . I n c r r a s - d n i ' e r i ' - . ai t lie r o n t i ' . ^ t s w i l l DC e q . i ' r l c n i c . l ' '· l h i ^nulcnt.s ,uid ;wl ron-f of the sc i d o l s w h i c h w i l l add n i . i t c r i a l l y 10 t h e n u m b e r attracted by -.hes" e v e n t s The i-ompi \;' ; r\ \vill d o u b t l e s s be k c i - n . r .111111:11; f h » i u r t i - i p i i t l i r - ' , ( i i , , ! - '!"('·· -· I'oo! s p i r i t , w h i c h is aow i ; i v e n it.- h s'hest expression at . i t h l e t i c c o n t e s t s , p a r t i c u l a r l y f o o t b a l l , A i:i bo o ' l t i u i i a t i d a w e l l as more X f i i i - i u l i i a n d LI o i o J i s p l d } i ( l un t'.i - s\h d c r i v n i L u l u lii* 1 c i ) i t C i ' , a i.i c e r t a i n o be wholi )ine uti w i l l be the d i r e c t ·jirans i( b f t t f i - i q u i p p t U K t h e con-, - s l a n t s for mcotMi? t h e s i l u a t l u i i h by v h l i H t h e y w i l l be confronted l a t e r .11 l i t e w h e n ucho"! days aro over and i i n y a r t - t a k i n g i h t i r places in t h * -)H.-y. . u i i v o l l L t n( t h e i r r e s p e c t i v e . . · o n i n i . u i i i u s-. Aa «^t.'!i(., t l i a o n i r i b i u i - s to t i i i s ijuil i.. U i M r v i n ^ ( ! the- n j i i s i s t o n t a n d ; o r d . a l s t i p p u ; i. l. iul the t r i c u d n o! Oil." J . L l l i i l L . i - h i i u l b.iMl'Ul. l i i . - o u l e u b y t h o n - c - »-iiii«nt of pro'. o the 'tmiftotto a/ft tn^ ··con V n i o n t o w n t,yji prof-ente op- coT!esed effort U attract a rcc- istic rooters for h IK- an ·wflllttg us !hey are- to - i t c team, i i n r l f u n s of each ap- ng and clean hat cordial and v be given an- ulto a.'v Imtoreat- i t i o n of tho l i r e v tho respective HIS ARCH OF, TRIUMPH Cni'RCH mv. The recent a d d i t i o n , t o membership of the locni churchet , as a result o£ t i i e persona! eatnpau n, and t h f e accessions that are f o l u i w i n g the rev i v a ! service. 1 ! riov be us con-dueled by several churches, are .erring to direct a t t e n t i o n g e n e r a l l y t ( t h e q u e s t i o n o f f M o w U i in c h u r c h mi tnbershlp. S t a t i s t i c s covering; l i e U n i t e d Rtatca us a whole s u p p o r t the. claim t h a t r e l i g i o n is not d y i n g out. The great r e l i g i o u s bodes, w i t h scarcely an exception, record an i icrease in the n u m b e r of t h e i r c o i r i i u u i i c u n t s fi'om year to year. This; ii creaje- has kept Iu close relation to the normal increase in national p o p u l a t i o n . The evidence is th; t a p p r o x i m a t e l y one-half of the popuh tion is i d e n t i f i e d w i t h tho v a r i o u s reli uous denominations. W h e n t h e r e ar · added, tho c h i l d r e n in homes of i 'trarch. members who are attendants a Sunday school, and those persons wh are Iu association w i t h c h u r c h ac Ivities of some sort, t h o u g h n o t a r U \ e l y i d e n t i f i e d a s members, r e l i g i o n m a y r i g h t f u l l y claim at least t w -thirds of the population, and. that a ' e x e r t s a vory d o f l n l t e i n f l u e n c e ui on almost t h e entire p o p u l a t i o n . With i t s m a n y w o r l d l y i n t e r e s t : ? , A / n e r t c a is relig- i o u s - m i n d e d . Of v h u t the I o n ? ' the p i r s e n t gives ci r e l i g i o n h-as s u r v i v leads t o t h o eoiieliisii w i l l e n d u r e so long po,-5fes!, t h a t v a l u e , may l a n g u i s h and dii some Torni w i l l endu dured from man's f i r of the m y s t e r y of The .scientists f u r t h e r buck i n t o 11- r e l i g i o n i s t s ;tnd p l i i k f u r t h e i f o r w a r d i n t o i t h t i l l c o n f r o n t s m a n h l ' - f l i e n t e m o t i o n s of \ able. ast has proved, n t i n i i t n g p r o o f ; ii value. Thi.M u t h a i religions is each and all ' a r t i c u l a r f a i t h s but religion iu e as it has eu- t c o n t e m p l a t i o n . exi. tcnc'«». pus- i t h . i t m y s t e r y ) past and the jophora p u s h it t h e f u t u r e ; b u t i n d prompts the h l c h lio is cap- 'I l.o e\ .il' · r i l h of U.e H e a l t h so c o u v flilkjo of Hi' 1 l i p U i h e . . d , l / v toxi:i-anli'.o.\;:i ii i.-nnm/.utiori aKatrist t!.e administration ot t r . t t it.; v a l u e ad a yivi i :it.', o lia-- o n d be -u iloinoutir.iU'd V t i o n . p^rt-, I ro n loun.-i where J'rom '.his - a s ' - 01 ; ) : - M ' l c n t t » l a n c i \ . , \ i ! ( c r i a t i n d uili'ji h u \ c »·! lie-: t c:!t':: on- u f uriuj. 1 i i e t u l i h '' ( i. ili'ji.s w i t h r e s u l t _'d fat taU«u by ]ru Mit ol the u h i l d r u n , . brt-in,o f t o m iSe-alhb i .u'cd a n d f t u i ' t - d ili.s- . K v e u w h e r e it %\ .lo I h o j c u r , ;.» tor m i".n w u h Gl cast 1 .-. l l a r ; - i - b t i r g w i t h U;:, o or fewer, none of _ ! l y . tho y e a r H f boroughs of Uie rc-j'oi -.ed no cases of (Uphtlioria, m h H'.hcr c !itaKiou» (lisea«eh i c / i - l o d I n s t r i k i t u ; contrast, e l n t l 01 n u t h i n s had been ac- li.shcd in t i n way of immuniz;i- 4 U m , m a n ; fiM-:, w u r o reported with n t o m p a n i l ivel;. I n c h deatli r.ito. In 1 h i t o w n itf Sh niindoah, in the l i n t h t a c . i t o coal r e g i o n , thore v.'ro 14!) as^s aiirl I I d«M»hs. which was the « m m u n ! t y tno'+r d i s a s t r o u s l y stricken. O t h e r town 1 - like rarboiHiale, with 10-8 a.M.'-. S c r a n t o t i , i second cla?« c i t y t v l t h 131), r,nii Wl kes-Barre w i t h 130, i ml » t h « r s IC^H populous, uufforexl j r'»j,." rtlonatc»ly la view of those htatiaticw tho state- 3 n - n t t h a t fltphtht-i-la is fast (iisappaar- i - i K from the liw of infectious dls- i-t-s t h a t have claimed the livt's of so j i m n y c h i l d r e n in -'ennBylvania, ii) ful- 3. jiisLilleU. H is blichly encouraging 1 i a t t h U is t r u . henco no pa-rent j-houh! noRl^'t ( h e o p p o r t u n i t y for 1m- i mai^.ttlon or t h t i r childiren. Taking t ).;· tn--fnut,ion \v H UrinK ft sorme of ;-.. u r . i v t-hat u a n r o t otUorwi*o le ex- r o M U H T ' S B A S K E T B A L L GAME. 'i'he gamo between Con.Qollsvillo j i i n l T n l o i i t o w n Vigh School basket- l . i l ! t e a m s at the High School Audi- 1 n n m this evenl'ig. \rlll bo another tcca.vUm for Uie exhibition of good MiKH-t: m a n s h i p t h a t haa {ihanvot-erized t !· cont(»8ts between theise schools on i ic inothall fteltl. That Uie gamo will l.e p l a i d w i t h s p i r i t ami detorniina- t on i:- t-o be cxpecUHl. each team havi'u: bt'-on primed for tho battle. It w i l l the desiro of tin spectator!? that the : t l'«rdetst-playl IK team may win. if ih'»: lorto, that a tie for w i t h J« uinoU* with result, A pl.iy-off with tho lat- t ' n : o n t o \ v n ' s dribblers. wl.H 111; U K i H y put then IHMU i n t o the game. 'j lie (Vker;;. h a v i m niice bofore iu the a ; . n i l s ' r u i o i i t « \ u i . w i l l enter tht? g u m - .11 irooil f i » n n and w i t h the- hopo t i i - w i l l l" .1 ile to do art w e l l , it » t , i - 1 . [h ui \\ t i n Ui-c-v i - . i i ' l n r u p ' i - e\lt". ' .it lot '- O!' ttl-* \ i M t l l t } t ef A i;.tuic l h . i t w i l l K i v « t h e - t i V K - I'LIU.-- iti.nn t h r i l l i n Ihero- U . . I tnr, tlui 11 ' (,.-1 M i' rot it I.M 0.1 A l l d i K i n c e f u r I'er- A t a x p a y e r e u g j g t bi^ine.-,s HI w t i i i ' h l« personal servii-es ;i. r e p r o d u c i n g [actors al 1 H i d e r a t i ' i n i n c o m p u i e a r n e d i n c o i n e to w cent r t e d i t applies'. Tht L r e v e n u e act f cases t n . i t a ' rea.sona c o m p e n s a t i o n lor pe Such a l l o w a i K l is n per c e n t ot the t . i x ] the net p r o f i t s ot i u ness. l-'or ' j x a m p l e , ( e i v e d in 1!)U!). f r t i n v\ hi( Iv both pt'i'faonal c a p i t a l a r e m a t e r i a l i i t a i - t o r s , a net p r o f i t i per c - e n t c r e d i t is L per cent of $30,000 amount p a y a b l e i s t t i less 25 pur ctnt of th- W i t h i n tho range cla.s 1 ; of earned Inco k i n d s of professions v i d u a l s are associutc Vi'hen the facts in ea th.'it t h e proiwrtionat- p a r t n e r of the n e t ; f r o m t h e professior t r u l y represents con personal services act by h i m , such partner be classified as earne individual return, if not represent compen ices rendered but in^ a r e t u r n on capital i n ' the profession, or throiiKh the «rrrploym who do the a c t u a l w be classified as earne' taxpayer. i: T V X . n i u l S^rvlo*"-. ' i n a t r a d e (,r th c a p i t a l :im! natorial incoine- o i n R i v e n C - M I ins; t h " t a x n id the 2J !-r Longworth Is Not Dejjpotic Speaker Of Czar Reed Type Is thp S l i o n y One of Trio T h a t Keeps thp House of I'pprp- s4*nt*.tiT«\s I'ndpr C o n t r o f . NATIONAL WEALTH E; iTIMATED AT $360,100,000,000 in s u c h ile a l l o w n n i c- a.-s w j i i d l servic 1 ' s" f i i n i f d i i u o u i e . n iu xco«d 'M a v e r s tluire i C u d 1 or b: a t i ' X payer a b u s i n i - j i ^ of s i - ervices - Mi and $l!u.UOO. The- 2y nipiHod on iO r $8,000. The tax on |,10,000, l.vx on $6,000. of the soe.ond M are m a n y in w h i c h i i x l l I f partners. h ca:io i n d i c a t e share to CMC!) mount of fees ii p a r t n e r s h i p pensations for t a l l y rendered hip share, is) to I income in the such, uhare d-jes mtlon for aerv- tead ro presents pstert by h i m in B a i n derived nt o!' assistants rk, it is not to i income to the JUST DROPPED INTO LEND HALT A MILLION One d«y Hetty Ore woman in the- world,' o» I ate office on !«'!fl John T. Plynn in th zlrte. The- office had ad eral carotaker» to I i ' ments of tenoment lit to the firm. All day women had be-on com for the job. When Mr the young olerk flew a "No moro caretaker more caretaHers toda. 1 was not in the- leaa-t ropli-ed in her soft, si am Hetty CJroen. I ci talk over a Ioa.n of ha lara your firm wishes me-." HBO was wholly wit) wbioh it. Kranclk so Bin of h u m a n ro#peet. things Mr. ti-rcon iiutei pilnce at Bellows K a i l s Ono day a very h a u g h tor crossed tho lot anc pursued by the tow. his precipitate and Kn went to Mrs. Uroen. "Madame," lie said, c h a f e d me acrow-i the I s u r v e y e d him calmly reply. "Madame," he f u m c c selt up In all his dl"! "do you k n o w w h o I Ho-norable V i v i a n Wf don " "(io loll H i u t to the q u l v t i ) , n, tho "rk-licst wen t to real i Avenue, Bttyw Mentor Maga- ortliHMl for Heve lit the base- uses belonging ang forlorn old UK In applying . fjiroen en-tered her and cried: iii^de-tl! No !" Mrs. Green .".'.rtyrtifc-d. She lootli voice: "I me here- just to f. a mllldon dol- to liorrow fj-om out t h a t frailty abhorred -- the And abovie all a Hnob. On her sbo had a cow. y English vl?i- wasi p r o m p t l y Much upset by ·okss flight lie 'your cow has t." Mrs. Greet i but made no d r a w i n g h i i u - evl»lHl dignity, un'.' I am the Of L*MI- Haul xi;ost reason, t h e l-h-en tif a IM-at' ilui At t'i'l. I il'XS MO INKS, Iowa Ke-b 2.". - - Alt h o u g h t ^ o n a r d W i » t i ' n. K!, lias bi^n un.ible 'o hear since h was two years old he has won first pi ze In competition to determine Iho eat hau-dcraft ilov Scoii a hare. CntARIJiS P. 5TKWART Wa*l I n g l i i r i Cc-rresponclint fop C e n t r a l Press. WASHINGTON, I ) C . K f h . 2 5 . - 5-"teaker Nicholas I j o n s w o r t h prubably h a s n ' t it in him to r u n i h » i llott-so of i;i'pr^ei tat I res as (iesriot [ r a l l y , all by 1'ini.self, in it w a « run by C ' / a r Thoma.^ J I Uec-d ;iiree or f o u r dpcad" a;;i To bt l sure, t)io u [v.,ikr - h i p i.- nrt v e s l i ' d w i t h t h e h.wnc a t n o i t n i cf t i n - f h l u t w l a u t h o r i t y t'd.v t h a t w»ir wltli l! t h e n [towefr, i t i s d o i i b t f u l i N i c k I.,n«wor'.h Muld w i e l d tt^ ren.iM'^'let'n a gave! is Tom fleer! c-v«u Ii h« hud as rornorsoloss a n a v e l to wield. The whole K-c.ret of miccwsful lomoro-e- lessnoss n not to le fou id In t h e r i g h t k i n d of i ffa\el. f a r . of !l iif'H In tiie personality of the wield' 1 r. What 't takes to bo a n abf-ohi(e, lonc-han ie.il hosri of t h e lloiu-o of K-i- r^senta,ti .'es tijx^uker Reed h a d . * * * True, t h o Represent a Mve.s' boss cjiti get, to LM- )KMH w i t h the buck ing ot a m a j o r i t y of tho members of Ihe ma- j o r i t y pa - ty in t h a t hou. u « of CotiL-re.-s The two parties hold a c a u c u s apiece at, tho ftt-irt of e.vh .scpy-ion ; acii c^iie scloctH a leader, and. of these two, of coii-rw- tho m a j o r i t y le-ader i« bos-rf oC the vholc- liouse -- w i t h t h o other chap aim ply leading the "opposition.' 1 * * * Speaker David B. Henderson, who followed Reed, inherited the hitter's .iyitpm, but he van a d i p l o m a t He left no 6ep dent in history . Then came Uncle Joseph G. Can · n o u . Uncle .loo revived C'/.a-r Tom H H'Othod.H, but lie was not Tom's equal. T h o u g h vastly picturesque, he lacked Etoed's !rn soul -- and paw. The Representatives .sensed tho difference. They had stood for bo»sing from a real bosj. Under the diplomatic Speaker Henderson they had rn i along fairly well u n d e r t b i Reed momentum. They did not Jlko \wiffi- ing from a boss t h a t they did not be- llevft was tho genuine article. So ono day they rebelled and, w i t h o u t voetoy Uncle ,1-ce out au apeakev (few ithoy were f o n d ot him personally! , t r a n s formed his job i n t o a very o r d i n n r y presiding oftlcer'K. * * * Something had to be done with t.he authority which had been taken away from Undo Joe. The Representative:) sprinkled it around among various committees. That, was how Champ Clark found t h i n g s wien he cam* in HS speaker -- tho firfct Democrat, fo 1111 thu cluiiir In qu.lto a while. Champ , \VUK no tyra,T)t; nor wa.s hie. Republican suc- c-c*isor, Sieaker Frederick ti. G i l l e t t , now a senator, Still, -even undc-r them, the- tendency was towa.-rd centrali/,a- tion agala. The Reprosenatiien are so nuuiepjus that it is hard for t h e m lo transuw t bualnews otherwise. » * * W i t h Speaker b o n s w o r t h ' w a d v e n t the rvorK.in.lzation procews H-ei in for Tair. H las been p,retty f u l l y accoin- pHHhed now. Vet the srx'akfr IH siot now a czw, h K f Tom Reed; only a f r a c t i o n ol' one Two in MI Ili'ttt Kathcred u p tin.' liu o C-IH s of a u t h o r i t y w i n s It Mic rt»t)c!« iigainsl llu-li* Joe lud - n a t t e r ··(I l l c a l u i i i K that t h e y could oiiwaUi to bfs«t advantage w i t h the p r e s i d i n g (ifhcer's cooperation, they took Speaker Ixmgworth into p a r t n e r s h i p with Bertrand ii. Sniill. of Uia Tlic n a t i o n a l w e a l t h of t h e Slates in J!I2S a m o u n t e d !· :!(C lion !ol!,irf. a c c o r d i n g 1 an cs- m a d c b v t h f N a t i o n a l Ii d u s t r i a f-proino IJoard. T.io m« t r x - i f t i-iv e s i i i n a t " , w h i i h w;i? for t h U-^". p i . n e i l thf J i a n o r w l wea 'JUtl.h b i l l i o n ilollapff "'or H'l criiiJii- p - t i m a t e of n a t i o n i! weal I Mi ", l i i l l m n H . · t')n«lfl»rin(j t h e n m o u n t s fo a t u l l^^S in tc-riujf o 1 do ia-'K of p u r c h a - . i u i ; p o w e r *-} ;u- t-) o l l i tht- »liu'.eiic*i i n p i Ice lev«l« p r e - w a r and p o - ' i - . v ; i r pi ri xi;-, f purpoi-c df e o n i p t r i 1 on. the n incrivt-.e ( !i:i p e r f c n i ,| i n n s I! toeri ycflr | i t r ; « l !"[:! -S !M;'«. real UK ri'iroc- ut l!7 ]i"i- r -n . r l i n » tc:'Iil " l l a t l O l l t K W M l h " , p l i e d I n t l i i R e M t i i i i i i t i r c j r v i c n t p Hj!e, p h y i c a ! H ^ - i t t n o i l y (· cr«liiH f t u t l c u t r e i ' c y , h i t j p e c i Include-; l a n d a n d U T U I - I I re.--and iiuprovc-nionlH t h e r e o n , ! u e q u i of i n d t i H t r i u i e n r c r p r m e t ) and l i v e s t o c k , r a i l r o a d and public, ut land and p q u i p m o i r , ii(;rtjm«l prc motor and other vehicles and go silver c o i n and b u l l i o n , / n j - r o x l i (Ince-f'iurth.'i of (h ·· t . u u l w e a l t h n a t i o n IB in the n n t ' i i e o fi^ed d e v o i P t l t o uftf as d v - c l l l ' i g - i or d i i h t r m l iitid t t a n f p o r t a t i o n prises. Rejii property in t h e form o and I m p r o v e m e n t s , exclusive 01 rit/id-- a n d p u b l u u t i h t i c - i , con-ii more t h a n !i;il!', or IDs 1 h i l l l o n d in value, of w h i c h iiboir '.'.',1.0 1 d o l l a r s w o r t h if- t a x - e x e m p t pro i n c l u d i n g t h o l a n d , b u l l d i n g n a m lie w o r k s of I h i ' federal, stab niied t bil- imato Cou- cen- year h .it :, tho \, was 191.'. eqixtl l i u a l o 'f the r tho n i n a l i eli- lea a ically other · me lit U'IB«!, I t i e H , ! xirty, i 1 and j ately | .f t h o o I n - ntcr- land rail- llara til ion erty, pub- and rules f'olonel J o h n 0. Tlltion, niii ority floor lender- or field c o m m a n d o Speaker N i c h o l a s I ^ o n g w o r t h who turns- HHV -tricks. Speaker lxUigw'rtli is Uio t one of the trio. He enjoys sho\ Tilson and Snoll )*ret k r subs Not that N i c k is unambitious, (luesf.ioiiably he w o u l d like to 1 clwii\o boss. But tho chances i- is better off as he Is. Ho dot give the impression of being a.i Czar Reed. The same thing happen to him that happened to Joe. To stand securely rn one leff cid-edly more of a stunt than tr torm creditably as p.irt of a trl) nowy a nee, Un- ex- 'e he i not T-ther alghit Jnclo Abe Martin I ' r e H j d e n t H I . M J A M ' i y a l l r i g h ! n n' n t u e k H u p r i M l » t a l o n g w i t i r m r f r m e r P r e s i d e n t s , b u t a iJTi'^at ^1-ito.ke w u z m.ide i n a d v e r t . i ' l i ' h i m U Die C O n t r y at a H U p o i m a n . T\it O!P « a y l n ' , "Sure as p h o i t l n ' ' gits A U A r ' ,1 o .ir._ local g o v e r n m e n t s , m u n i c i p a l e n t e r - prises and land and tniprovt'iiionln bf- lon^irig to r I I g i o u i , c h , i r 1 t a b l « ami e d u c a t i o n a l o r f t u n i z a M o n s a n d utlier p r o p e r t y e.xompleii by « t a t « ' laws. K.iilroad*. p u b l i r u t i i i t i e . ^ . h h i p p i n ? ,ini canals repreaenl ;5'1 ~ i i i l l i o n doll a r s of p h y s i c a l property. Of t h i H t o t u j vilm\ l a n i repit^S'''iilA only ·}.!) oilllon '.lollarrt, or I" per cent ; improvements. J2.1 bi!hon«i or . r i(! per «nt, and e-rfuipnu-m, 1- ,'j b i l l i o n * or :!2 per ent. Tho t o t a l v a i u e of the e q u i p m e n t , on farmx, i i u l u i l i i i K I l v t ^ t w i k , aui of factories I.H placed .it ^7 '2 b i l l i o n dollars, Unid and builiiiiu;i. b e l o n g i n g to theju Ix'ing inchil»1 u n d e r the penem! nat- i o n u l a.«p»t of land, a n « l iniprovo-m i nt». All Tuortliandlno aixi i t i ' l u ^ i rial prod u c t s , i n c h K i i r i K rroiv, were value*! a l 40.0 b i l l i o n (luUAiii. Pnrhona! property, consistuiK of sticli objects ,is f u r n i - t u r » j , c l o t h i n g , jewelry uiii! t h e l i k e amounted to 1-1.7 b i l l i o n d o l l a r s , or U5 ·per cent more t h a n the e n t i r e . on.uip- mt-ut of all farms and factories. Aulomobil«- oro cla#Hel w i t h Rnkl onl silver b u l l i o n MH! coin an "mis- ceilaneoti«." The t o t a l value represented by our e n t i r e stork of goll anl .silver bullion and coin p l u t i ail tho TiaUon'ti auioiiKibilos, ooinbinod make up a total of ft.D b i l l i o n dolkirs, or about tlin^o jie-r t e n t of t h o total wealth. The n a t i o n a l w e a l t h per capita in the U n i t e d Slater) in 1028 \«w fS.OOO as a^ainot. $2,919 in 1922. The, hlRhwit per c'iipitii w e a l t h p r t - v u i l ^ i iu Nevada, whore it wan f7,:!,'5S per o a p i t u , as URaiTiHl ihr- lowest, $1,281 in A l a b a m a , Tho per cap it;/ in J'enu.t} I v a m a was $;!,309. Says America Soon Be A Singing Nation Tho Jinilod States may soon frival Italy itself as a R i n g i n g nation, «c- cording to Plorro Key, nototl music critic w r W i n j j in Top Notes, tho mm«ic wookly. Pointing to a recent successful demon strati on In New York to show -what Kin bo aeompliahc-d in teaching school boys and giria tho futidamontals of iw;- ceptablo iiing-in-K throu^i clats instruction, Mr. Key says '"What we have hone lo con«itler LK tho alKniil- canco of a plan to show o-ur youth how lh«y may use their voioo w i t h some corruotnosH, and to otbonviso (icqiiaint, them w i t l i m-iisijU maitors that will add to their store of u»»fiil information and abijitics^and h«lp to enrich their lives. ' "Tho Unitod Slates appears be-nt on bocoming a alnsring nation. The- post twenity year.s have moved- the jieople to 'that on-d. Th-e next doca.de shouHI record gr-eater progress, oven, than shown in the preceding and longer period. Many imm who yonrn Lo open thoiir m o n t h s and sing hesitate- to do 'so; enough men hare confuted their feelings. They u v o onough, Incident a l l y , to reveal the- hurl, w h i c h su'ih^s In mar/culine hearts wh-ea ihoy aro restreined from (iucl'ing an oii.ttel through song." The Old Woman Who Never Dies r e r l i i l n I r l b i ' S arnon-K !h,e p r i m i t i v e Iii(lia:M bciliovod' t h a t fin 1 oil' in . t h e Soullt lhe.li" iiv«-d a j d p l r i l w i t i i f,n.i\ in-tliK'iiL-i' ovtr lln v i rops. They i-ulh-il her I IK* Old \Vanuti Who N e v w Uie-i. h'rom luM' i'iiiiK* t i n * l i l i d s , t l y i i i i ^ N o r t h fVt'iT, .Spring. K'sicli sjnerie.s s i t b i r d , said the I n d i a n a , was uhargud by tho old woman with r o v i v i n s and giving strength to a certain crop The crows mad« the mflJ?.e grow tall At the sifftit of the swallows the beans twine up their poles. Costs Farmer Two Cents t h o a n d . l Tho A m e r i c a n f a r m ) bby, w h i c h i | c n i l e , H f r a n k l y vnd opci iy in \Vanh- i n i ; l o n w h i l e onn comnii«i- on after an- o t h e r t r i o s l o I'crrel oul v a r i o u s u n d e r cover l o b b l e K , c o h f H t h e c o n t r i b u t i n g f a r m c r h o n l y t w o cenl« u --ear, accord- i n y , l o . l o h n T . M y n n , I n ,m a r t i c l e i n T h e C o u n t r y Home. Moreover, c o n t i n u e * F l y q n , t h o farm l o b b y M atac of t h e most effective or- S . - i i i i z a l km.H of l t « k i n d in tho capital. O n c e widely d i v i d e d , I le farmer'*? r t - p i ' p s o n t a i Ivcs h o v i v iron xl out most rf I heir dill'ere-nws nn«l 1 ave secured bene-IU-l.tt oction -n m a n , - email but i m p o r t a n t uuitlorn iuj!le f i o m t h e gen- o r a l r e l i e f m e a s u r e s t h a t u t l l l r e m a i n u n s e t t l e d . "On t h e w h o l e thcwe r p a n i x n l i o n s hovfl a f c o m p l i s h e d a ver (?rat deal lor Ihe. f a r m e r at a cowl w h i c h IK l f ; f i b l e w h e n mciifiurcM iKfililfil. b f i K ' l i t f i received a n d t h e h n ^ e o l t e n f i i f i l e o x p e n f l i l u r c r i i f t h e i r i a l l o b b y . The Nationa Coal Asoti- c i a t i o n h a s a budget of $ 2 ( 0 , 0 0 0 a year. T h e lobby c o m m i t t e e lias b r o u g h t o u t t h a t t h e American nugar eoplo spent $4(10,000 1o flfchl for a hig-her B u p a r t a r i f f , w h i l e t h e C u b a n mj;ar pooplc i;pent J-Ii(j,000 to oppos* it- -half a m i l l i o n d o l l a r s for it lobl y fifrht over L D i n g l e i t e m i n t h e t a r i i ' b i l l , " snyn J-'lyiin. "Tho, farm lobby, made uji of f o u r n a t i o n a l aHsociationii has Jooked u t ' f e r the, farrner'6 IntereH f on Keore.fi or b i l l r i and scorct) of H'-ms in I h o f i i r i f f b i l l , represented t h e / a before I h o d o p a r t i m ' i i t s i n c o u n t i e s ! e x e c u t i v e oprnilion« and policien an-1 the expend l t u r e s of tho four astiocia lions do not exceed $60,000 n, year. "The expenditures are 1 mite1 fo office h e l p , p r i n t i n g a n d dli t r i b u t i o n o f H t e n a t u r e and pOft/ige. T h o r c aro no a p p r o p r i a t i o n s for p u b l i c i t y , for en- t e r t a i n m e n t and feasting. If a farm repre.sf'tiUitlve- takes a sanitor or representative to l u n c h he ir uct pay for it out of hie own pocket. The expen- to Maintain Lobby fi aro- all budgeted and th- 1 booK» are open. "An l o t h e rffcotiveneti.s of UUP lobrr Ihere. can bo no d o u b t . II, ;;ut t h e M o N ' m - y - H a n s o n 111)I through both IIOUSOH, llioUKli t h e President vetoed i t . .Vow it lias put tho debenture plan t h r o u g h t h e .Semite a Til wrecked the ·-penal SO^HIOJI wlvon the Jloueo re- 1 lined to RO iiloiiK w i t h the plan. But Its effectiveness itiust not bo rntiastirPxl li those grcai major measures. It has p u t t h r o u g h a« w e l l an defeated i n n u i n i r u b l e b i l l s t o afctfist t h e American l a r i n o r . It ocrtainly lian done iu Hhare to «et a government expenditure of ?!0(i,000.010 on pood roads. It has- hopt t h e farm problem in the public v i e w , w h i c h w u s responsible for tho c M n b l j s - h m e n t 01 Uio Farm Board Bet, up at t h e upocial fipesion, w h i c h is now l e n d i n g m i l l i o n s t o f a r m cooperative**. I t has I t r p t the oloornarpcrine law on tho- M d t i t t o b x k u , pasfiod tho paekPr e o n t r o l b l l K , w r i t t e n m a n y tariff rates i n l o t h o »ehcdu'-rfl, forced tho package of m a n y b i l l i j p r o l e r t l i i K special kinds of f a r m interests such as t h e filler' m i l k and filled cheese bills, pure lard b i l l , mtebrandcd im-orMoMos. "In the last r e g u l a r sow-Ion alone it back'vl tho Cappor-Kotchum extension 1)111 w h i c h provide* more money for t'Xlcnsion w o r k ; various bills provid- i n g f u n d s for corn-borer cleanup work, onidicaton of boll weovil, expansion of rof.careh work in tho D e p a r t m e n t of A K r c n i l t u r o ami o t h e r government f a r m activltlp.fi." P l y n n points out al«o that it was thot farm lobby which in war thne induced Congrpaa to drop t h e lottery 1ypc ot d r a f t , and a d o p t the seloctivo .system, w h i c h saved t h o u s a n d s of workers for Uio farms, (t put through tho (Uippor- Volsleart Cooperative Act under wtiicb now the g o v e r n m e n t is actually summoning the farmers to tho vory kiivl of cooperative action for w h i c h they were beinp inIicted before tho bill was paseed. Refusing to Budge From Well Duck:; Cuts Off Town Wator Supply A duck could cauee littl » damage to un A m e r i c a n city's wat jr system, I'nwcvor maliciouh it« int uiUotts, but in T u r k e y a perfectly harmless pt duck bius forced an entire towu to w a l k two miles for H« waisr by rsfue- i n g to come out of tho town well, according to Time Mapraxino In I h l a m o u r , s u b u r b of; Constantinople, on tho Asiatic side of the Bos- porus, =ayn the news w«-kly, source of drinking water for gem ratlomsi ha« been a single deo.p narrow ·well in the m a r k e t place. Hoiu«e\viws and porters gathered there every m o r n i n g to d r a w w a t e r for their (i l i l y fiecde. There one Y u s u f Hanou 11, leather worker s«it down to rest lasd week, w h i l e bin jet d u c k , nam» u n k n o w n , hopptvl up on the well ci r b to ke/ep his c o m p a n y . A e t r a y do; I r i K h t e n w l him. W i t h a n ascitaUni nqinwk Y u s u f ' s d u c k f e l l into Ihlamour'e w 11. Unable to extricate his pet, Leat. UM- Worker Hanoum dropped half a l e a f of bread and a large piece of KoatVs milk choose down (ho narrow 60-foot veJ! fx3 keep his d u c k from starving, W"iit to warn the authorities. Jfor several day*i, the b e ^ t minds of I h l a m o u r bent to the task o' extractinK Yu«u£'« duck. Scheme A u as to lower a largo shallow bucket do'm tho well in the hope that the duck voukl tswlm into it. Several times the duck did so, but always flopped oul before the bucket could bo hauled to ho surface. Scheme B w«is to tie ileh linee to hard indigestible crustts of Ijre id in the hope that Yueuf'H duck would swallow lino and crtiHt, allow himself to bo luitiled to the surface. Y isuf's d u c k did not. Kcheme C: a rew ird wa« of- fered'to any dtixen of liil iraour who would allow himself to be lowered 50 feet down the well to g i a b Ymruf'H duck w i t h bis bare bande The first volunteer jammed ignomin juely when t h e well bore unexpected]} narrowed 30 feet below the surface. The rope broke, he was reecued o n l y with dlf- flculty. at tbeee futllo attempts, the commandant of tho nearest f?arri- t-on orIore] a squad of soldic^c to the I h l a m o u r well-head. An officer barked commands. Tho soldiers firod ten rounds r a p i d l y down the well. When the smoke cleared a w a y Yusufs duck was heard quacking irritably from the abyKB. Superstitious Muueulmans fled j f r o m the neig-hborhood, claimed that ' the duck was bewitched. City iiulhor- ( i t l e s posted the well HP u n B t for drlnk- j ing purposes. While Ihlamotrr city I fathers are con centra ting on the problem of duck extraction, I h l a m o u r householders have been forced to gi nearly two miles to the u«arst unpolluted well. Y. M. C. A. Hotel Manager Finds 92 Per Cent Honest rHiOAGO, VoJj. ·!:· .R. W. Oooke, m a n a j i f r of, the Y M f A. hole! here, claims 92 per cent, of t.he men who pa«n through the hotel are hoiu'et The hotel IKLS been in existence for 11 j'eiU's, and iu 192D it, s«rvcl an average ot 2,239 men a day. OocaBion- aly amonpr the M-ansien-ts a.ro men who need money. The executives of the Y M. C. A. sometimes lend money, and it i.i from those loans t h a t their statistics come. There have been ,'{5,426 loans and (12 per cent, have been repaid. All loan* are character loam, neeeffsarfly, j for most ot the men have- no collateral to present. In 191S the repaynien.tr were as high as 07 per cent. Leper lU'wurds Benefactor. ORUAR RAPIIia, Iowa, Feb. 25.-Korty yeiirs ago V. Kins loaned a sobbing boy 20 cents KO he could use a show. Kins received word of a leper's death r e c e n t l y and w i t h it a check for ?2.57. It was t h e entire estate of the boy he had befriended. Snow Flow In , Mont-., Feb. 25--Tho funeral crotpg-2 of John Morgan, ex- border p a t r o l m a n , included a unow- plow which burrowed through deep d r i f t s opening a pas«a«B way for three trucks on one of which was Morgan's body. New Spring Clothes for Men MEN'S SUITS and TOPCOATS $22.50 to $35.00 Very large sc ection of patterns. Modeled in newest styles. We can lit "shorts," "longs," and "stouts," as well as those vho require "regular" sizes. You will find more value and style in these garments than Is u s u a l l y found in clothings at these low prices. For those who prftVr, we offer a fine line of ta,il- orcd-to-measure clothing at most moderate prices. BOYS' SUITS A splendid l i n o for boys of all ages, selling from $5.00 lo $1^.00. A l l suits of i'jur pieces--Coat, Ve«t, two pair Pauls. See (lies*' d it'll're lit lint's o.t. or through arruuge- u i e n t V v i t h , oui' uearesl sttmv Union Supply Co. Sixty Stores lr Nine Counties of Pennsylvania.

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