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I e y e a r do n o t , i {·xrerd '10 pT c-eit' the sidling! p r i c e . j Persons w h o elect t o U f f » t h i f l ! i me-Lhod pay each ye: ·;· only thrt tax | tho p r o p o r t i o n of tho i n s t a l l m e n t ( W K P N K S U A Y K ' S K H i , M Vli. ·',, 1)30. · WE....- ....... " - ^^ : ~-'"'~ ~~ "" THE AVOKLD'S S A F K T Y U K C O K H . Tho Pickcrson Hoi: r n u n d h o u K o etn- -,)loycs ot t h n Pit --hurg *;-. l.akr K v i o ·lailroad C o m p a n ; iuivc- r v i - r y ri.u'hi. ti p a y m e n t t s receiv-ed ; i T ' i n p t h o y e a r ! · U u l r o a u u o m p a n : n a v c - c . e . . "--,"..·. w h i l , h rtTtTB ,,Hs : i :-o(U. iimto.id of; . - U J m t h o -world-, record i n a c c e n t ^.^ ^ ^ ^ t n / t o u M f l , t o , P r e v e n t i o n . To Have P - ra «t , , - , - , · · · i / i n 'i fr/if - ) 1 «? 1 '1 ^ dU VV'i ^V l U l O U l *V ,hop a to.oj oi J, ; . f , (Us ft i!Ce of rp;)1 ;tatl n j,,.,,, ror s i n - x l o l o s t - t i m e a c c t d i - n l tuu-, MI Mr ;u-i k u o w n , n e v e r heo:i efjiKilUHl m u c l i hvs;, oxi-cfdi'.d in liny i u d u s l . r i i i l il;inl i n t h e w o r l d . {Jciiontl l''vnr:iau I n k : ; ha -· v e r y ]rop».-f roa.soii to be the vesul'.a !!iai havi leiu aec,om- plished u n d e r lii;, s u m - r v i s k u i . I n at- laliiiiii; tlUr. r t - i i i i r k a b l e r-i ,,rd in- has Viati t h f fi.ii')iora ion o t i h e W u r k t i H M i j i i u i f i ' his euro \v 'no uavis 5u\d as grcu.t i n t e r e s t in prose rvi.ni; thwnselves and 1'ollow w o r k e r s from i n j u r y »a tht-U 1 foremen. The r 'Ovr J w o u l d not iuivo lici-u i n y s i l i ' u v U l u i u t this* s p i r i t i i i i u i i i i i i U i M p i ' i i a · v s and c i i n c e c n . I0ai-lv -nan h a s U - a r n i d l i - e ; a f ^ - w a y o t ?:'i,00fl - w h i c h cost h i n ?fi,0(X. and the p n r c h a a c r agrees to pay $'t,0JO each | y*-;ir. In t h i s cast- h^ tax on the p r o f i t of $3,000 conii bo sprctn! over i th« tlmx» yearn; t h a is. o n e - t h i r d of j e a c h i n p t a l l t n o n l pa r n e n t of $T.000, | or J l . O d O w o u l d he. ;ix:itlo No rioxit)t ttc I ' i l U : er now ; n e w s p a p e r o{ Sheriff Acbroy has COHH' i tin; conclusion t h a t th-c- practice of l i n art is not -u- couraswl nt tho con t liouso. The UalUmorc 1 t ' 'hio I i A i l r o a . 1 and [ WEDNESDAY. MARCH r,, W,v. SI . M . M K U TIHH (-'riTS I.N VI.\TRli T I M E S U R - K - f . - l i ' e "f '. r r u l i i f J j a y t ' n i i u i f l ( i n l i l l K i n ' i l b y y i i . [ v,'is!i t n ;nli a. \ v u r i l . l i o l n j f i' r e . i u l i - i i l of J a f o b f C r e r U , Pa., .1 J i l l ..if" It., M !«· ii f u e l th It il' 111-.- i-u.-j.I f r o m ! H i H i t i l i i ! ? t o l ) : i w : i n i w . !·· l o b o I n i j O ' i U ' - ' l . i i w n n l d In o ' l i t t h e b u s l n i ' M . " of y o u r e l t y e ' l i i s i i b 1 ' - a b l y , a s . s i a t f i l b y . M r . l l ' . i l l 1)11.- t r ; i Ie f r o m i r W h o n J O n a · i i A r i d t i n ! n v i ' r / - i i a i b l i n o n 1 w i 111 c r d- L y r oil' : \v"u 11 y. o v e r f^rnc o i l y t r a v e l ;i y c i u ' r o t ! i n k l i i ' " f w i i r n i l : i y , « ; MI' t | i , - mm'.i b i - J K b t . · · · l i n i r i ' r a y iir. l T h e w ! n : n r ' s b r - e n i i n i t i - - l o n u A m i y n i i ' f l l i k e I n h e a r t l . - f K n i i f T f i t l i i n l s , i i m l l ' i M.-e t i n - f l o w e r M'r "··''. V i . u r, ,rc a r . l . l . n t H i It. 1 I I I ' r I '. \. ' I I J l ' i l t v l l i l . ' d M u m l ' U o i u u his w o r k and ha, L-iVvu t h e ^^ I ( j , ! p i ) u r ; , ^ ( , K r K % h a v ( , ;K , ; . : n m m u . r u t i t - p e r t . i r n i a a c e c o^c ,, Ivi .. n a n e w B , p , l t l l | e , f Saf ., v ,.. lwt ! thoiiKh*. and r x l t i ' - n t i o n . A i n i o i i M i · i , o · , i , hv in " v thf Kpi*nwhd n xirdi. (ach ha.i hojivy p a r t s are m u i d U - u . t h e n h in- · « · , 1 / 1 . r » ! '!/) u ccca.siiiL- t h e hi y.:ird.-; ot tin- 'i Tiieu:. 1C" H,» i ' e - of c n i p i o y e s ucvw bar. bi-eu t - u d a n -j.ercil. j-'or tho r e t r a r k i i b l . v rocord made t i c t u r a l Koreui in I n k s a n d his c.ri.-w an- h i - - ;o :-i ct ; ,v r « - c . ' . ; n i : ! o u by the oUlci;i!s ol' :!;(!:· c o m p a n y . Su:'h i r c c o r v l c u l m ,)f ···· i n t t i o ' . i i - i ' d . ; . n d in a most s i i g n i l i ' . - i u : t n a n r . ' - i ' , by ein ;!«'·- crs. I t w ; i : c o ; n i i n d u e r i m ' a n d i n such f o r m t h a : li'.e ri-cipient.-; oi it w i l l iVfl p r o u ( , ul 1 l i i c i r c o m p a n y , uo los:. t ' . K i n ",' i u ( ! f r C i i o r d . Tat- ciii/cii.s of D i c k ".von l ; \ ; n . C o n n i l : v i ' r . D a w - sou. \ ' ; i i i d e r l ) ' . l u:vl o t h i r c - ) i n a i i i n i - t ;...,-· ::i v.'h'h '.; \-."\:'.- \\o\-\-.' '·-.-·- Uv,/ \ v i : t IK L,!i"l :o :-!!a:e in t h i s p r i d e , b e e a u . - e i t b e l o n g s t o f a l l o w c i ! i / , f ' n ^ . PROHIBITION AND THE FARiVlKR l i v t,. .7. T i b Lack of Leadership Endangers Success London Conference M a i n D i v e r s e \ i c \ \ s !n A n i f r l - cmi Semttf ; ' o i i f u s » (hir I !«£.· . H i o t i . S I . H I ' I . l l - ' V I X . ISSI'KS u i : r s V.M Thai t'..e s v . j t s , w l i . i r e c e n t l y J i a v c b ' - e u i t p i i - i i r : .i; b e f o i ' i - t h e Hoiiin- J u t i i c i a i ' i ' t ' u n m u u e e . iu advocacy ol sonu- rncii.-iiri : ; t o s u p p l a n t p r o h i b i - t i o n , iiu'.e t t i i i l i . v i n t i i j i o i i a . conimoii IUiu oi l i a ! ; i i , \ s h i c h is to com[)·!.-)·· r e p e a l of i l l . ' M i l A l i i e i . u t n e . FH and t i l . . a d a p t i o n of . - t a l i - o p t i o n ntuU-i- t'.uv- l;t : exul.,! : i i : i , w i l l u a v c t h e of I ' e d ' l i ' i i l S ' h e i.-.::ili: '·» ^.iuipllM' tei'ius. D u r i n g i K comniiUct' hearing;;, a t -vviiich t!ie wi Is alone have thus tar fact;-; a r i d vl -u.-, t h u r o h a s bec-n a a-.-ic'y of o p i n i o n ::c;r-;;.sed, ;!r.:^ t'l-orn n n . d i f i c a t i o n of t h u V o l 61 end Act in permit t h e m a n u f a c t u r e of l i g h t ivHM s and bee.r.s to i j t n i i i i h t - ont r e p e a l c - f "tit?.' I N I h Aincndiiu.-nt. That. (he. Uuit p r u p o t i t i o u ha.s been agreed upon as the form u n i t e d op- p o s i t i o n i s t be £.iv'ni, will u t least a l i t ' t i (!u ff r-s of j i r o h i b i t l o n on a common crro t n d in opposition. Miitiy dry^ huvo c o n t e n d e d froni t h e bejcinninj?: of the m i l i t a n t light on .prohibition t h a t the wets liavo at horu't hoped Tor an o p p o r t u n i t y when thoy r o t t l d otno out. o p e n l y in f a v o r Of ropc-.U. i'.ppnrontl:,' the t i t n o M - I K - I I this po.titioi can b'.- iissumod haH, in t h e o p i n i o n o f t h e t e a t l i n s w c l s , ar- rivel.. They c a n n o t hope-, hovvovor, to liavo I n i t K ' t . t ' - : I'.tven the niovL-ment by Ri'prfsontiU v! Sis b a t h ' s resolution, callinK t o r r e p e a l , upon, w h i c h t h o llouso w i l l '.M'ostiitly vote. They realize t h a t t i n ; d r y s l i u v i « u u ovorwhchii- iii-g inajorir..-, h e n c e the r e s u l t 1 ot t\iiR Vote w i l l he adven;*'. I'rcMiluiably t h u a"itaUon u i w ' t a k i H H pl:ic' i s c o u n t e d upon to g i \ e the n p e a l proposal mo- 'liiciitutn it. iiii^'ht. not, o l h e r w i s o have if t h o S a b a ' h r e s o l u t i o n had not come before t h e i o u s o 5'or a c t i o n . At any r;.to, t h e i n d i c a t i o n s f411*0r a s h a r p e r l i t i j - u p ou t l i o issue i n w h i c h tho a u i t m l - · of tho wets, in favor of vi pea'., wit h; j;ul f o r t h w i t h g r y i i t o r c'e-aniess. D o u b t l e s s t h e d r y s will w e l c o m e t l . i a u n e q u i v o c a l cUH:laralion of p u r p o s e , o t m effect of w h i c h w i l l b e t " r i i l i N t h e p r o h i b i t i o n f o r c c K t o l l c i e r n t i n e d a n d u n i t e d dft'enso, S V h e n t h . - d r y a d v o c a t e s h a v e thoir h e a r i t t i ; lc t'orc ihe }louso J u d i c i a r y i . ' i ' i i i i n i t i e e i l u M f presetitation of views ar.i.l fact.- may r e s u l t in an o i t t i a i l y c l e a r ( l e i i . i i t i o u ot tho proh.ibit.ion p'.-:, ! :i,ti. P h i s done, t h e t - o u u t r y w i l l t h e n d e t i n . l e l y k n o w w h a t t h e w e t s w a r n and w h a t I ho d r y s i t H e i t d t o Hi.--.si u p o .. -- - - - - - - i i \ t c 11 vi:s TO i. . H. ,s. i s'i'i D J : N T S , l - i ''·«· · iil'i.-r ul 1 i - c l i l uiftial.-, iiy Hie I ) i i - i - i :..ii . \ i n l h c r - . . ' h«-- I'tU I m l i e . , M a i i ' ! ! ! t - i - . l i i c ;; «»:,i l i t y . !)'.- l l u l y . N a i i n - S t i . - u - t y a n d ( : i e Kiii^h'.'--: i f ' : '«. i!u :ii ;ni ·'· t h e i n e u i l n - r L - nf U i e L ' r a d u - : , 1 - i ni i !.i s . f thi. I t n l P . a c u l a t c C o n : t ' C i ! i i n M i u i r .School, liti vt- w o r t h w h i l o · v i J i c u t i ! e t h e m t o becr.me r c c i p i ' . - n t - · jf t!u.'.c okfn.-i ot" the i u t c r t ' s t . of the t h u r c h ;; i c i o t i e r s i n t h o wo! f a r - ' i - l l ' « o of t h e KKviiiis w i l l be a w a r d e d ior i . \ c » » l l c . n f i i;: ^ o i i o i a r j - h i p , ono to xT of t.h« senior cltuse, Uie i -\ v i n ;i on boi U o t f i n n i f M u r i h '·. --Ijiclt o." :«· of Uio At - ! b-o more .'mi! ;; w i t h t ' n i i t a t / .-.il.ily t.li-f-- Prouder el, i H i .- )|or y i.--. i l u f to Ui-and I h o UOC'.«K- U rt-lurn .·!' l i i « al tom(it«-. deal of croH--od v.- :-n a.s between txsn- doi; un;I \Va:;hin; ' o n on whttlit-r th 4 1,'nitcd Slates -.ri! a j i r - j o to aouio j-:ort of '.rcaty of eon..;ii a t N i i i , w h i c h in t u r n ^ v i ' l in;iko it PH. ;ih!c for FraiK-i- tu recede f r o m h e r ; w s i t i o n o n toiina::e a t i ' l tluis brwilc t 10 deadlock. Tho f a c t t h a t ,-(» projnliipiil. 77i"ii a n d wotiK'it f r o n a l l sections o f t h e I ' t i i ' . e i t State.:-; ca ilod ^cc.rcliiry S'Jm- son a forc*fn!!y w o r d o t l rm'ssago in- sistiupr t h a t r f l t i tic-n be k e p t in m i n d may luu o p u z x l c ! tho A n n / r i c i m d«»|o- Kiites, but it did tot fail to a t t r a c t at- t e n t i o n hero bet Lusio of a s i . m i i l i c a n t p a r a g r a p h in th . brief m(:-;;-a!ro stif'- gostiiiK a "Join C-ojifcrwu'o." TJiie i;: a s y n o y t n for ;t t r e a t y of c o n s u l f a - tion. Ttn Preuf-1 h a v e said ( h ' i y could not atrre-e to a H ' l i t a l i o r i of t h e i r rh.'.ht. to Iniild a hi,'-: i: ;vy unions " s e c u r i t y " wero asuiired. I mmediato-ly a f t e r t h i n w o r d vasi iritt-i i e c t o d . tho Arnorican de'loRatf.'S i n i i i c a ed t ! i « , - i r d o u b t . Also la tho American Ai;tiu.tt»-c.t|iriN---siouK of ili.iapprova! \ve e. voiced. I u t a c t t h o r o liavo Ix^.-: sto m a n y diffiji'i.'nt view. 4 ; -t'xprtis.-;cr in tho K e n a i r . t h a t ' it w o u l i l not. bt : m-p-rlslng to lind the Auxc-riciiit deJeg .lion ivbroad b w w i l d e r ed by theyo va:ylji.i.r scnttiufrnts. Tlio l,-(0-Kii; ijiture- aK.-;;sa?.',o lo Uio | A m e r i c a n dele;- i t i o n w a s a t ; a t t o m - p t j to s o l i d i f y An 'ri'/an s e u t i m o n t and j .show tho dele; a t e s t h a t "Joint. C'on- IV'renco" JH no! a iliinsorons step for nations to tak-. in a d v a n c e of orner- goncie.s, and ti at a t r e a t y p l r d f ' i n R joint coiiforcn o in tlio ev«ut of t h r e a t s of wu.r woulil 1« a lor.ica! j corollary of t):- · Kcliogg- tr--atl(fi. I t ! is assumed he.-.' t h a i , otico Iho A m e r I icuu d e l o g a t i o i asro'.'H lo eonfovonco, tin* Frtmcli o| p o s i t i o n to tho A m e r - ican f o r m u l a v ill disappear. Sotii-e- of t h o A m e r i c a n K c n . - i f o r s w i l l objoct ovon to tho i m i l i c a t i o n s i f ".Joint Con- tori'iic'i. 1 ," a.- t cy in-c- l i k e l y to raise t h e p o i n t , t h a t l i n v o l v e s a m o r a l o h - j l i g a t i o t ! t o d i : -u, ; s a n d p e r h a p s r i i i r - j t i c i p a t o i u t i n p o l i t i c s o f I v t i f o p e . The s i l u i i t i i i w i l l s h o r t l y IK-.-.M! up, IKS r t i e u h i r !y v v h e u ( h e :e'titH- [''rf-nch d e l e g a inn comes biu-U t o l . o n - j d o n ,-'.inl i t i - s i i - i i c i l e i l here t l i u i tu i i i L i k e i . u i ,· . ( . 1 ; em i - n i c i a r i i "i u:4 | t h » - p u r t H x S T - t ' Hi* A i n i - ^ i ' i c a n dt lei'.a j t a i n t } w h i c h i n - m i i : y .-qu-t'cbc;; i n t i n ; S e u a ' i - li..i', ·· i - c u t ' - i . 1 A nol it'r l-'ish Story. j LK8L1K, l i d . , .March 5--llrTc's (in I a d d i t i o n H* y - u r l i s l i story e - o l l c c s i o n . I F r a n k i'011.4 , ml \ V a r d \ \ i l h u r i-"port! t i n ; c.ap'ur-j l a l i v e pouiKl p i c k e r e l i i« 1'ioaaanl . a k o r e c e n t l y . T h r lii^h wos garbled u ' i - l i a r u b b e r r i n g o f , t h e t y p u us-e- o n f r u i t jars, i h o r i n g i boint; deeply inibeddofl in tho llesu Joat back ot ^ho ^illa. Wha-ov«r farm reli n«xlHl il ie certainly ii' Probib tion. i'Vx'S of p p o h l h i t i - i f i v.-c-; eri-;),s'y ;u»firt t h a t tho AJii'"rii-an t\i.r:n*-r h.i/i lost i r , i l l i o n s of .kdl.ir« tl.iroui.-li Uio O U H t i l i / ; of lh« l I j i j i l o r T r . i ' T r c . Tho) contra "y in true, a;-- ?tudi*-« -i Ucatio:is of flK- l.'niU'd t^tafv- JiMnit of A g r l c u l t u r * ' !itchn. \ N*a. 1 :'ly ton ywira' *xpiTi"n ' i v l ' h ,-t aaloor.loss nation ha*i r . « n v i n c r - . i t i n American fj,nnr t h a t ixsMMtmcuily, eocfal 7, financially int! morally o u r count-y is; much iraprovii| u.-ulf-r t.'n- opera Ion of prohibition ]--.;!.:!:(.!;"n. '1'ho f.itt that has- Injpiv'si-f-l the r f t : t i : - er !« the )ncna«r.l p u r c h a r - l r i K po-A"i- that !:?.a corno l llu Arn-t"ican w o r K - rnun xa UIR result of llic proper - r : - forcpinonl of our d r j Jaw*. Mo:i who iwml to npunrt their money for i r i n ! i JKTW :iuv« tho money for Kfio.:^. b r e a d , mc-at iinl comforts of HO. T'hf ; n i l lions and inHHon.s that. 11*01- to be spent for l r i n k aro now piiosii;;; throi eh r t i a u n c . I s of tr.-i/le bi.MV-titint; tho i ution, and a g r i c u l t u r e its; proportionate r e t u r n . I n 1317. tht; hunt fu!!y wet y e a r , corn ylMd ivas :).%5,:33.iX)i Of t h a t amount, 3:!.U73.2fl!- bushels, o r ; a b o u t on3 jx-r cent, vnai used in t h e . ; production o( alcoholic l i ' i u o r anl a ! - ; ex-jrhol for all purport«i. I n Ki-7 t h o : cror. waa 2,7li,Us;". ( 'Oii bii'.'hoJp., a n d 8,.''S'.' bushels wore u.st?d for i n d u s t r i a l , i nuxHclnal a n d o t h e r !;^al dlcohol. · Tho dt'.cre;uif of corn un^\ for d r i l t f l - t l a t i i - i i , therefore, wois H j i p r o x l i n a t e l y ' ; 25,0-10,000 hnshelH, cotisi'lei-ably !·;-«: than one p u r cent of U K - r-rop, (ind ! t h i s amount was o t h e r w i s n consutiiwl. j A v-(rugc price pe.r birshel of oorii · in ' ho heyday of l w i i i l ; n ? ; waft £9 . COM (i. Tho uvei-a8' ]»riee «inco pro- j h i b i t i o n has iK'cn 7^ cems. 'Phere-foro; the f a n n e r is geltiJiK an average of K! I coins a bushel more- ( h a n ' IK; did in ' wet yj:mi. Tho great Incroaso in t l i i ' j use of b r e a k f a s t food:, \nntly wore i t h a n tak* care of t h o com .'ind other! ·;ri)lns that used to go i n t o liquors, j The record shows t h a t l i t e rye i m a r k e t waa at first c u r t a i l e d by pro- j h i M t J o n , but f o u n d iinm-ediat.e- relief iu i;i(rea«iC(t u«e d' ryo for noa-lnl.oxi- ca'lni; 'hcvuntKes, 1'oorlstuffe and export. I u w't days, vyf! w a » h e a v i l y l u i n o r t f v l . Now the J D i p n r t i j aro almost n i l , figures (showing Unit !M por c c i i t of the rye- producixl in America is uaed here at home. In the wet years, war period e x c l u d e d , pyieen ran from 159 ceutfc to ,S(! cents a bushel, but prices since p r o h i b i t i o n h-'ve ran from 65 cente to $1.25. Farm Dillon of rye now average 50,000,000 dollars a year, f n wet years, the wai- p'-rUxl oxclutlocl, they averaged i!0,- OI'O.OOO dollar.s. T h e r e is now n e a r l y lv,-ice afi much ry* pr-dduced '.m f o r m - j e v l y . The DejjartiiKMil of A t t t ' i c . u l t t i r e rep - i r l s t h a t the 1!)1S b a r l e y crop \vo« t ^ ^ S . S i j l . U O O buslu'ly for which t.h« j f.'trnicrs ruwH'ed fil.d ceulti u buviliul. I Tlie- 1!)1'7 yiold was "Iir),ri77 f lilitl b u s h e l s , ! s - l l i i l i J C at I!7.S cf:Jil«. The !!nr ncl e x - l p o r t w;i«3 l:i.fp per c e n t ; t h a t of Hll"! ' v.is M.li. ' , i i l i s i n t h o d a i r y i n d u s t r y t h a i , t h e ! I e n e l i l of p r o h i b i t i o n tu t h e I ' u r i u t M ' i 1 otu.-;. I u HI17 j i c r c a j i i l a cuhtliuiiri-·' l i o n of i i t i l k vva« -1".-1 iionnd.s. I n I W H O . i : w a s fif).:! pounds, a n d i s n o w a l - i l u o y l (it) poi'-mls. C ' o i i i i t i a i p t i o i i of l i t t l : i r-e in l i l l U wa»i LI.") p o u n d s - , l!)2(j i( vas 17.4 pouiKlH, Cheese \v«.s ;aton ' . i t (he por c a p i t a rate ( ,[ '_'.,s.') pounds n 1917: in It':.'" it w a s .|.1-J p o u t i d K . t n 1017 the H v e r a g e A m e r i c a n at" 2.07 ·*alloni5 of ice c r e V ' i i ; in ll^S t h s : . -iverago e a t e n wa/i 2.00 Rallon.-.;, l i m - j :nr p r o d u c t i o n in I S M S was 1.l»G7,,vl 1,- OnO pounds. In lO^ii it w a s L', 000 Doun-cii. Tho for mi)!; !n .1 ; c-uts Dean Finds Few Students Below Normal Mentally ST. L O T ' S . Man-h f. O n l y 25 of t h - f '100,ooii f-.tuiieri'.-i w h i c h he haw i ' i i a ' 1 ' i)"i! -i ":''.':· wn i ' . ' ' " -nta j come '.n i.-orita-'.-t w i t h i.ixirinjj his ,'iO rroj t ! t a h . ' i i a' r.i. s-i-,111. . ru-li a u ] y f w# '^ teao.liinr: were a c t u a l l y ciull j s. p - ! ; v l -«v.. 1: i v v,!-. x i ' , be.- ,:., poa«, ' rrnTJlrt!! v. Thorn*!,-* A r i : l v Clark, ilcau · i ; v . - } i f a t , r-.(^, i-,ui'\- , -;:-i:! i vope- i «· '«"" "' i ; r l f f n l v o r . - ' i i . y of Illinois K ' - . :l!roiu f r n l " - i . r · - . . :ii! . 'sow in-'. :-iM i" n . : pee--li d e l i v e r e d h e r e ro- ·u-e-l proinct.or at; i -i: 1 .-. ; evutly. "On !h o t h e r hand," he. eaid, '· "'ftr, i t i R c t i a r- -fiii;i!!y an rar. .Many · e e n l i i f i e H . howv-ve-r, rRtu.'iin obscure T h e n we m u s t c o n s i d e r I e p c u | i l e i;i a m i .-iroiJiiil l y . i y l o n a h i t I ' J a w i i n i i H i n t t r u v e j t o Jacobs Crei'k t o w o r k . T h r o u g h o u t ; t l . e w i n t e r t h e y h a v e l.:i .1 · '' h '"" :-' n '"' l ·'-·'" " p!ea.--;i · ) ) t J i j n t r s w.'nil'il i r / K l v ' ! M i r , ' ' n i ym'n- ci y 11' t l n - y -\ ·- .'"'" ·"''-:' " l ' " i i :i v cy :i!ipiicr:.- hy.-.l K o o i l r u n i l s tu I n i v f l m i r. ^ii-u. T l i e u t o U u ' e m i s i C l l e t j o e ( C t l l o 1"'. £· W. Va.. i i i l l r o a . i l , t h a t I n '.ls frnm \ V " ' i C M , , I . - ' u v . - n i o t!-.f R r o u n . l n o c h r a n Mil!.-; I i y t h o w a y " t J u i - o b s ' W i t h a K . - . U I . i n r i ' i n ' .---..un-l ·'·ro"U t o O r i n r i i - M l s v l l l c . u - i l l d o i n i l ' - J i : '!'!,.it i n . i k e : , - y m i f i - . - l l i k e . M U ' \ ' ' Ui l i r i n t r tr;ulf t u y o u r c i s y . I I K ' « M I ^ l i " t . I flirt t . - t t k l n t c cn'i] r - r i ^ h i ^ f i - i n p : a t , H e c k J o y (.'oilp;;! 1 u r n i I :uu I r y i n K ^ ' ^ 'i" 01 ! ; i t u j e l / ' e ' H .-tr'v.ini-1 bi-MMl. t h i s rurnl ;i)oti^ w i t l i - e t i r ol h e r J - V ' ! : n ' l i U i - ;i : - ; ) l y r j n ^ - i i rnjubi. T h n o n l y w u y l o l e t j u n l i i - r - ' No I . H i t u y . u :-«y i.uine ( h i n s - - - l h : i ; iloni' in tho c o t i s l n i ' . - U n n of t h i i ; ! i \ v i v y j dm; ' t t o u n c l n i c e is to boost 11 a!"ug w i t h (he. o t h e r i r o t d s . J A n ' t y n u v . - o r u l f i - ^. 1 !!.1t';^ (.hi? rr.-ison I h o p e you ooii.sulcr t.hl. r ; r )ai.l .-I.T tn'- [ S'mi" f-Kk.s id t h o \ v i f j j e r j;ca.vin of t h e Ki-ca-tcst p r o b l e m s . I i e s o l n t i m i j D c i n ' i |(IM:II i h f l r .-'idon-.-i Ik,- f r e e of ol' w h i c h w i l l l i c - . t p t l i o coil n u i n i l y I " w h i c h y o u l l v o . I r e m a i n , a l 0 ( ) . « t t i r of frv»l r"fi'l«, v\ r . .1. iiori'Mi, Claims Oldest Hen. 70.'! N n i - t h Si; h ^ t r c i - t , MCW.MAX, C a l i f . , March u -- The H u r r i s t j u r - r , M.-irch -, isiui. ' "'-.st hen in t)» world in claimed by 1 Ktovem-on, \vho OWIIH a ranc.h MX Voiild lo-Tn.Hk Docs. 1 miles n o r t h of h-civ. Her a.u,e in l!l OWOSSO. March 5 -- T - t « c a n i n e ' yoars uid ,-ln: i-- s t i l l an ' X ( c l U u l U.-«th of all doga in Mich Ran would j layer. D u r i n g IHl'i) t l i o . lion, n, Jlhtxb- bo extract^ at an early age; if t h « , I s l a n d I t c d . h t M «:·*;;:; for « c v o n n i o n t l i B w i t l i o i i t niisi-'iiiiv a day. county board of supervisors had its way about, i t . f?y canine teeth, however, hm't. mc-.-u I. Ihe dos'e entire a r r a y ot c h « v i i i K n i p l o m c n t a . In A'cefl of Sonictliing t Then :iso our Oaasifleti Column.\ Heavy losses ot .sh'.'ep a) the hands ; . of renegade dig« in the «i mty caiiso*! . {;jns.sili(.'0 Artvi»*-1l.spnicnts tho action by the bomxi. Uri'.nK rosulta. Try thorn. (»rt*i, l f J O at;e-. oi -rl all !«.rni ,, . , , ,, , ,,,.,. , j bi-ciiui'-e t r u - v an 1 la/.v," ho saW. !'or UK- pcfi.--,! r - J l - U C i ;' %va;i, .in j - ;:.i.ii. of lUQ,(hi".i"'«-.(ti,U Senator Indifferent Over Plan Making Liquor Buyers Guilty UU.K.--. P M'K\\ WIT I Kn-.;, !-'-i f U'r J e r ' i.-! or Tt^ar. - not, r.- ' i ',:' Vi't y v i K f i '-vit?ly 111 , · i " ' · · « « i i " i i f o n i a k o J J - j :.;-, i u j n i i i h a l d i i ;u; b o o t - ; v.hi!; ; .- ^lock in lr?i'!« consists «?o l a r - ' X y [ tho p r o h i b i t i o n ISHUC aw tin; a n l l i o r of tJu? l.Slh ^\moinlirn»rit. * * · For ono t l i i n c ; : W h a t re-ally !« t b o ,s!at!i« of pixjhibi- r i u o r b u y e r ; ! ;..", p . j n i j a ii )H*io!'' (Vii - r o f and a s ue o t . « i d i - i i i h i ^ Id'^a ; K - d i ' - K a i-iRK-'i ono, but be. !;; not h u c t l i n K : f r vote* to put it i d c / f f c l U I V . U K biuiich' '.1 i i , : * P - i p a r e n t l y In: t e e ! ; I I K I - , !io Hat; do/n; · ··luiHsh, at IMC! fot i.itis p wo'it. ' '-'omr-vvha 1 ' u r l u : - " . y . tho '· ct.n nil h e r : ( J a n !h d r y M .'i.i'-o ( 1 - f i a p p o l j '.f*\ nt t h o ; !.-i)u.. S t a r ;,tal''!.iini-.u'H a i i o f l i K l i f - j ' i ' h e n e t , ' : are bc-lrLtfMlly f ilcl on tho' : t h e n r v t h a t r ; h i b t.kiii c; i heist bo.: . made i n i | o ) i i i n r , if at a l l , hy j i d . i u s l - i i i i c l l i c law t-o a« t i cnU:h victims in ; ah-fwi'i-i. I f I :icy ha\ tin-i way, t h e j .Shcyj'urd p i a i i u i d - « ! t r d l ; vviuld j;o, l l i n i u g h a . - k l r l i u t - i The d r y s are the l o l k ho regard j it a«l;anc^. i * * * T h o r o a i ' i 1 i j o l i l k uuis « 10 f r a n k l y h i n t l l u i l - .Seimtor Shepin ri would n o i h a v e aiigpratft 51 liquor hii.vin.i; if h« "had ric thought it w o u l d tuko better a m o n - drys gen-; (·rally, j Of course (hi*; M .'iiicuf vorlt, .\;it-| u r a l l y thf! Senator I!CH;H IK . a d m i t il. S t i l l , It is a tat" t h a t t. ,o drj'e Hs- agre-o on a couplo o' lni|i irtant ques- tlons-in a. uujJiior; H i n t iust bo ox- tromcly ciu'larrafl!;ing to .1 lawmaker :-inii- t h i n , on Abe Martin !S V VM';U of tho. inoHt HtrpiHiouu d r y » iu p u b l i c l i f t ? tak» the iv.«ltlon that it h^i« h f o k c ' t i !own u i i o r l y , ftiid i: Lam or for an invi-stipation. Xotilhlo amon.e l h - n i is Senator Wi'll.-trn .1. H a r r i s of Georgia. I n c f - r t n l r i re!pfet' S e n a t o r s I I a n d K h o p p ' i r d f i n d ! h « M n ! - f I v ' s l i i r l y f-i'.sritfMi. .Both come up y e a r for . w n o m i n a t i o n - -eloc.i ion ( i n : Oeraorcal ii; tlckot, i)"iii;; a more f o r m f t l i t y in G-eon-ia au( 'IVxai; a l i k o . Holh must, r e c a l l , . p e r h a p s w i t h a trace of ·inoiisimws,' t h a t they Kiip- portcd th- h u m i d Mr. S m i t h in 102S in a, ooujdo of u l t r a - a r i d states. I t m a y bo o n l y a coincld-enct ; Unit both felt the urge to do eonniUilnjf a trifle dry-er t h a n Ufitial w i t h tho 'IBM pri- marios juat coniinj*- on. # ix * Senator Harri;;' intliol wi« to do l i v c i r a ttiTiay-bitiK attack on enforce- m e n t and lump It up. Senator Sheppard'H was to proposn tho prosRCtitiou of. liquor buyers, G« well a3 sellore--and then lie. low. The Sb/eppard policy of doing just enough, nnl no more, did not appeal to Senator Harris, who is a p u g n a - cious man. The H a r r i s pcliey, of (.oaring thin;TM w i d e open, did not appeal to Senator Sheppard, -who Is a cautious one. » * * Unt'orduiiile-ly (for Bensit.or Shop- par* I ) (lie 1 Uir r 1 H o ff e ti H i v« p roved papular. Fretted by it (for it. conflicfod w i t h hifi program) the -Texan tried to pooh-pooh t h e w l i o l o thing-, « a y i n p prohibition ba« worked very well and needfi no invostigatinj?. Senator H a r r i s refused to bo lH.IHlK'1.1. Senators "Moral) of Idaho, Brookh a r t or: Iowa, Norri« of Nobm»ku, and Wlifioler of M o n t a n a , likocl the .sounl of thi- u p r o a r he v, am cr-catins and i joined i n . Now Measles Cure. SPIU.XU I'M 131.0, 111., March r, --- A simple, proct-.sri w h i c h iuvolvi.':; injt-jc.- lion of tin 1 ' blood of a. paix-nt. irrto a c h i l d Who htiri betii exposed lo mt'iiHle-K, i;i jn«* of t h e inotit offective l i int!lliols in con (roll HIM' lilt? disgust 1 , j t i c r o n l i n i ; to i ) r . A n d y Hall, d i r u c t o r I of the- .state- d e p a r t m e n t of health. KIches G K H B E R , C a l i f . , March 3--For 20 m i n u t e s Gerbor was t h e riclictit c i t y ; of i t s ; ; ize a n y w h e r e on r.artli. Train j p u l l e d i n t o t o w n w i t h $16,000,0001 b u l l i o n , be-iiiK shipped j Sau Fraachsco, j L.-i.-lnl ;:i[HM-t the'l-'a 13 t | w o r t h ot gold « u l . , , you ale to The very best in an Eight at a popular price level V£AY GOOD £AA5 AT LOW /""·"'IHOSE who may have felt debarred by high -»- price from the very best an eight-cylinder car can deliver, will be surprised by the ecfficiency of the new Graham Eight. In every sense of brilliant, responsive performance -- in plenitude of power and superlatively fine transmission of power -they will find it an eight of the highest grade. They will be forced to the conclusion that a higher price would gain them nothing New Graham Eights-- $1445 yield their brilliant performance to ttc accompaniment of an entirely unusvil eight-cylinder fuel economy. In addition to the very speci tl flexibility insured by the Graham three-speed and four'speei. transmissions, they embody marked engineering advancements in carburetion, manifolding and manifold heat control. Standard Eight, $1445 and up. Special Eight, with time-proved f xir-speed transmission and de luxe bcxlrcs and trim, $1595 and up. Standard and Special Six, in wide variety of body type , $895 and up. Prices at factory. All models completely equipped with Shatter-proof Safety Pktc Glass RHODES MOTOR CO. Wes Crawford Arc., at .'Jrd Street, I'hone 10(»5. ( ' o n n c U s v H I c , Pa. Onjoy your evenings at home with R There s n o t h i n g l i k e an open f re and an Atwatcr Kent ihese long evenings. There's n o t h i n g like an Atwat'.T Kent any evening . .. Say the word and we'll prove it for you with this wonderfully beautiful and home-like cabinet model. Horm d e m o n s t r a t i o n , it" y o u l ; k e . 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