The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 17, 1930 · Page 3
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TOMOULBFT TOT A DOG OUT 01A ItlGfHli LIKE TH&ilid NEIL 'But fafher, with his slick city ways and perfumed hair, he turned ny head;... " < ?"Out ye-go!" roared; the irascible old yeoman. :. "any gil of mine that gi vi s away the last of my smoother and better OLD GOLDS suf­ fers the jjonsequences. Down to the corner store with ye, and bring aack a ff'esh carton or never darken my doorstep again!' IVLorillnrd Co. FASTEST GROlfING CIGARETTE IN HISTORY... NOT A COUGH IN A CARLOAD Listeriin . . . 'bl.U GOLD—PAUli WH'ITEMAN HOUR, every Tuesday, 9 P. M., Eastern Time IX FOB BRANCH BANKING. Frrir of Loral Restrictions Not Hold by H. Parker Willis. By John F. Sinclair. New York, March 17:—H. Parker Willis, New York economist, first secretary of the federal reserve hoard, has come out in favor of branch banking. "Already we hsve had ""a successful experience with branch banking on the Pecific coast/where state-wide branch banking (nota- ! blj" in California), has done much to develop the industry and business of the various communities," Dr. Willis says. Anti- branch bank leaders fear that the larger banking, units will play into the hands . of Wall street, drain the local funds from local communities, and limit still further local development and expansion. That conclusion does not necessarily follow, rejoins Dr. Willis. "In showing the needs of locai export trade, facilitating the movement of stable crops, drawing off surplus funds in the off season and encouraging funds in tha active season of the year, the branch bank supplies an enormous support for the local community." I>e says. . . It was Comptroller Pole who who recommended to" congress that branch banking be restricted to the federal reserve district lines, except in certain cases w lie re a sing.le economic area overlaps tile borders of two or more dis^ tr'icts. But. Dr. Willis does not believe the ; federal reserve system has ai.y bearing one way or the ether on the problem. This aggressive editor of the NeV York Journal of Commerce thinks the United States ougiv; to recognize the basis facts aad provide legislation of a- nature necessary to square the facts with the conditio'ns. Every mnnth'rHlelay in grappling with this pmblem will make it harder. Branch banlcine. is as inevitable is tomorrow's sun. The Bethlehem - Youngstown merger fight is a long way from being settled.: Those opposing the merger believe the move will spell the doom of the Youngstown Corporation as a local institution, directed and ! controlled locally— that it will become just another payroll center, directed and con- trolleaVrom New York. This factor looms large in the fig.ht. Use Tribune classified ads. PRISON TO HIRE WOStEN. Worker Will Wntrh Visitors to Exclusive Male Institution. I Ossining, N. Y., March 17.— To Sing Sing prison's population of 2,3a0, hitherto exclusively male, a 1 lone, worn an will be added July 1. Her job will'be to see that women visitors smuggle in no weapons and break no other rules. | Two Screen Stars in 1 Paul Whiteman Hour GENERAL CRACK GEORGE PREEDY Copyright 1928 by Dodd Mead * Co., Inc. I . he Warner Bros. «V Vitsphone production starring 'John Barrymore, is based on this novel. I 51 HAD (JclVKRXMlfrXT. ist'y line t«i, ! of- !!<•<!! Tuleniiw;j <: I zen, formerly United States dis-; pretty . triet ajttorney, and of the minor- j knowing r.-nt: ity party who rendered a splen- j ness in i did service to his community in • United T;>k'r:\ni'i. , govoriimeiit V SiflVort isi'ini'iit <ii<-iil;Uwl. in iijith Nii-li<ils( vjliu lli:'t:sii i \L- X\.crl, ill i stupid jj • 1 lii* wor^a bad/.e-'"- •:hi' ty ijin allow jiisual Spiniijii of Mer-'that I good . opportunities for successful men of "busi- different parts of the States and I have found tranqiiilizlng the troubled, wat-ithem quite uniformly a shy and j diffident; lot. The bigger the man possible; "It kvas through and by the un-jtho le»i likely he is to strut in processes here indicated j the public eye.-I have for many found myself quite unex-j years l4en diligent in attending meetings of all parties ii. liiHisUh- author, 1 pectedly thrust into the city conn- } political l-IYll- inln-r of !-;iffairs in cil. The-seven indicted members he Rotar-!of that body were willing to com- Ujn. [ : y. • promise with the. prosecuting- at| Mr. Nichol.--in wrote.[;in part: jtorney by electing their siicces- ] "r*i::!r y.'aiv ago niv Lome townsors from a list furnished bv the I hidiatiiipoiis;: entered; upon the :. Chamber of Commerce and other mjiist, : d«.-plorarJe perioif in its ; civic organizations, paying a fine, oefnler of newtv—bad neNys! jand resigning. I was on the ltot, "I must .!> • acqtiiujed of a.ny probably - because I had been and rarely have seen in the audience my town's outstanding merchants, bankers, industrial leaders, or professional men. The average American is wary of connecting politics. rlisau liia*:;iu what ;1 am say-; i. indeed, fia plight'.! ill' wltij-h i: <ity fiiiuii; itself JjWas -not I a 'J:i1nst; the-: partv in ' :i:#,inst a corrupt ele-; ha"' •ill -••liargeabl ""lijiwr but luenl that of its synibul. ftjred had . j njiuiinatf a f. | mayor, but iri I tri carry t!r- il j general! ' lowest ii | "We 1 governn: partisan bias Jin what ;i am say- ; yelpink dismally because nobody wmildj do anything. Herje were eight high-grade ineii. !who gave unselfishly of their- time to the city's business. . ma.de ignoble use; As for myself, the ninth member. The pail.[{ that'fiiif- 'l cheerfully volunteer the infor- •_an opprrtunity to j iiiation that I was the least valu- st-elass rjman for i able iAember of the body. ; faction tias unable j "We never once "had a partisan j.signs' as: irimary. [Jrhe other division on any question. I never a creditable citizen thought of my ' associates . in wjiio put up :i :,;;jod figh;'. but went terms I of partisanship. On every dpwn in dii'ijii. The jepisode of-; matter of importance we met as a fijrs a most .impressiy-? illustra- j committee of the whole. There (ion <-f the i; jlly of" ptirtisanship ! were no secret, meetings; no hi municipal iiffairs. Tlje only is- ]cauctties. Reporters or anybody fiie »a,: a jiovil administration or else who wanted to hear the com- ajbad one. i . !; mitlee discussions -were welcome | "Trouble 'i'gan at o'jice, and I to attierid. The door was always need not r;:hf arse 1 the; history of jopen? the next tv.-uryears. T'je mayor j- , "Nothing is more curious than wiis coiivjeteii of a vi-jlation of ,' the indifference of what we call tlie 'corruj:t ipractices; ..act, and j our .best citizens to the problems wjven count.iljben, i. indicted foriof local government. Feeling that ry. wercjivilling tciquit. The ; politics must citi- MIT, aiNE :RY . vS|H'cial sr<:i v in^ nigh Class') iMillinerj-^^btlilng O: ieV*4.«f FARKEjf MILLINERY AlttiUHA, IXU necessarily be a dirty jbusiness they hang aloof and tire reluctant to show their ' hands' unless confronted by a jscandalous state of affairs likely £to injltire-tlieir home.town's busi- -Inerii'- X' '•.'J-'-,.': i ] "Sinclair Lewis's .'Babbit' is far fram being the typical Ameri- I can business man. I have had Oil aad Repair Your Harness. Our Puces! Reasonable — Our Work Claaraateod' <• i '! f ' A M a With Years of Experience in Charge. Ml Hardware j 1 himself in any way with One might - think that there is| something disreputable about self-government from the fact thajt it is left so entirely to a comparatively small number— y the unfit with only the' ^leals of polities, pay a big- price for bad ent, not only in ignorant waste b it in casual and petty or organized plunder. I repeat, that there are not many encouraging to the increase of those who really care and are willing to make some personal sacrifice for the good of their communities. And yet there is always- somewhere a voice crying in the win-: derness! ' Somebody steps forward from the ranks and volunteers his service. The rest of the battalio I are relieved, that he's willing to undertake the unpleasr ant and hazardous task. But a good^many will think him extremely foolish to risk his comfort and ease in so hazardous an undertaking. "I know that every reader of these reflections who has followed me to the end will put down the magazire with a feeling tjiat I have olTered only old,. familiar, 1 ', hackneyed stuff. '• F,or.' that is: just my point.''. We '-altkn ^owtUe ^^ltoje sioryi but we iara 'qu 'ite' content to leave tine security of our Institutions to| that .mythical but highly symbolic George who lives around the corner. Still, it's not a bad idea toij us all to worry about it a little.!' Have oils turned the corner? Last week's market spurt, in oil stocks was 'the first oil jump in months. Other stocks in poor demand and sagging. Then why the vigorous upward move in oils? Probably the answer lies in the decision of a California court upholding the constitutionality of. the California state gas conservation law. Undoubtedly the case will be taken to the higher courts until it reaches the United. States supreme court. For it has many enemies as well as friends. Under its terms all gas released to oil drilling, operations must be conserved and used or stored instead of being allowed to run wild as at present. Small operators, not equipped to conserve gas that usually follows a big flow of oil, will be forced to contract operations. A lessened production should " follow in California. _ Other states, waiting for cjourt opinion on California's conservation law, now are expected to agitate for similar laws, big operators in Oklahoma and Texas especially. In addition, Standard • Oiiggsnt California lias announced an immediate increase in crude oil prices. Other oil companies, including Union Oil Company of California, have followed suit. No wonder oil men are feeling better. . • •• BTNOPSIB .General Crack, as head of the ikperial army of King Leopold has -anguished the enemy and plans to •rown. the king Emperor. Leopold had wished to marry Princess FAeanora, . reasons of state forced him to yield her in favor of Crack, joho married her. Gahor, smarting it an insult inflicted by Crack, forges a letter from Eleanora to Leopold, protesting. undying love. Leopold, believing, sets out in disguise for Crack's estate. Qatar follows. The old Duchess, entrusted with the. care of Eleanora, urges Leopold to leave at once. CHAPTER XV—Continued "The master of Ottenhelm would scarcely give you that leave. Sire," replied the old woman, grimly. "I dare. swear he knows not. yon are here; and it you insist upon staying," she added, with spirit, "I can assure Tour Majesty that you play the tyrant to very little purpose. It is but a poor conquest to frighten two poor, weak, silly women." Leopold glanced at Eleanora, and said, softly: L, "Do I affright you, sweet? Do 1 affright you?" And she shook her . head and smiled at him, as it the Duchess were not there. The old woman was 'shivering. She leant heavily on her ebony stick with the silver apple on the top, which of late she had so frequently used. "I cannot debate this calmly," Let Him Do Your-Worrying Instead of lying awake nights wondering .where the -money is coming from to educate the children, pay for the house, take care of your family if you 1 die'': or < yourself when . you're sick or old, leave all this to the Connecticut General man. _ : It's his job to arrange all these things in advance and give you; a program-that will carry' !; you through to a successful - finish. Give him a hearing. - . GdnWecticut General liif cpl nsuranceCompany She gazed long at him: she muttered. "Eleanora, child, leave us!' Go to your room, and take up your furs and cloak, and get yourself ready for supper. No doubt Monseigneur will honour us with his. company at that meal." "I shall," replied Leopold, calmly, "a little while remain; and do you go as she. bids you, Eleanora, and adorn yourself with your prettiest gowns, so that we may, a little while defy our fortune; this .one pleasure we may snatch. I think," he added, in deep tenderness, "you have been but of a melancholy, cloudy humor here, shut away so long. Let us dispel that, if only for an hour!" With a breathless, amazed timidity, and yet with high-mounting spirits, Eleanora curtseyed first to one and then to the other, and then left the room, Leopold escorting her to the tall, florid door. ' When he returned, the Duchess was still standing erect, leaning upon her stick and glaring at him. "I am bold enough. Sire."' she said, immediately, "to see this visit to my charge as a fault, and to entreat you to leave ua at once." "Ton seem to bold 'me In slight esteem, Madame," • smiled Leopold. "When I have spoken,a little.with the Princess Eleanora I will return to Bosenberg, as has ever been' my: Intention." : j"Lest we find a quarrel: In it, Sire," said the old woman, firmly, "yon. will return before you see the. Princess, whom I have Just sent to her chamber to avoid such an Interview/*- - ; :.•••}• "What do yon know of me and her?" asked Leopold. "Enough," replied the Duchess, at once, "not to leave yon alone together." ' "Ton make little scruple of the matter, Madame,": he replied, haughtily, "and I find also that you are" hot In Prince Christian's favour." . .. "It Is his house," said the Duchess, shortly, "and his wife." "His house, yes,", answered Leopold, "and I shall not long trouble him. But aeafcelr: his wife. Ma dame; that Lutheran ceremony'was aethut." '""' «T thank yon., Sire," said, the Duchess, again with her stiff curtsey, rfbr your good usage. 11 alio ama Lutheran, and yon know.^ajre; Milltaow, that;that'nuwr|«ge was hastily; "perhaps Tour Majesty wii. speak with Colonel Pons." i "Let Colonel Pons join his mas ter," answered .Leopold, jshortly "Ay, and all the garrison also. Wb< Is Prince Christian to keep his owi estate here in Ottenhelm? j Tombi row there shall be troops fron, Vienna. I have sent for them. The will relieve the guard of Ottei helm." | - , "You give me unquiet thoughts, said the Duchess,' with quiverln lips, "and I am dismayed jand ut. done." ' "And surprised, too, I (think? smiled Leopold. "Did yon credit m with perfect resignation to my a lotted fate? Ton had a hand In tha too, I think, Madame; were one o those intriguers at. Dnrshelm 'wb< took Eleanora away from me." > "Good God!" cried the Duches frantically. "All this Is eitrava gance, no woman breathing is wortl, the trouble you give yourself, Sire It has never been my humour to d. any one Injury—let alone yourselt 1 whom I have always regarded as my j Emperor. She was Innocent enougl ! to encourage you, and you were in j nocent enough to be encouraged! Let that all go. Sire,'as children'; !. play; and I beseech you. letjua hav. an end of these crosses and afiiii : tions. Return, I entreat you. t. Bosenberg!" "Do not rail." said Leopold; "m doubt you are sad and ill satisfied But as you say, we can let these past matters be. 1 will take supper with you and begone. Will you have patience with me before Eleanora? May I not' bribe you in her presence, to wink 1 at my manifest faults?" ! "If you will go soon, li will be your bounden servant," said the Duchess, eagerly. "1 will speak faii to your face and behind your back Sire, it yon will only begone—i! you.will not speak with her alone!' • "You guard her well!" smiled Leo pold, sadly. "Prince Christian owe: you a rich reward. Madame." "Sire, if you loved .her passion ately—nay, even If you loved hei well, you could not see her; ruined.' "Who said 1 loved her?" asketi Leopold, faintly. "Yon take. Ma dame, strange matters on youi tongue." ' | "I am old," stammered the Duch ess, "and you must allow me a cer tain freedom. I spoke thus openly to Prince Christian, because I have a great affection for'the girl; and hf respected what he loved." : ' "Leave it!"-said Leopold, inter rupting swiftly; "leave it. I know she is as I last left her. Do me the courtesy to speak no more about It." "And do yon. Sire, forbear as he forbore?" cried the Duchess. "With whatever ' intention and purpose you came here, I do entreat you to forbear it" > . "You think me fond and facile.' smiled Leopold: "Contain your alarm, Madame: there Is [ nothing so odd and singular. In my visit here. The world Is full of sudden accidents,. as you should know by now. I entreat you to speak with more formality." he addedl baugh Uly. ' . | "lean scarce speak at all!" sighed the Duchess, trembling. Eleanora entered the room lightly, servants with candles coming In behind her, so that she brought the sweetness and radiance- of light with ber. "1 have!been mewed up bere so long," smiled Eleanora. dimpling with,, mirth, "that I know little of the world's doings; and therefore you, Monseigneur, must entertain me with tales of what goes' on abroad." ' "But you," . said : Leopold,, ."will find.no merit In battles and sieges,, In the Intrigues of politicians':' and that Is all 1 have to tell. It Is to get away from .;those, Eleanora. that. 1 have come to Ottenhelm." ] j ?Wnat shall we talk of, then ri asked Eleanors, ber gaxe still smilingly upon h,ls face,'"for here there Is no news, save ail ;tbe. birds and many of the beasts have'died, and; everything Is desolate and dull. The flowers,' Sire, ' lasted ' long, but' even they 'have, gone now; and neither the sky nor the river is blue any longer."'. - ! "And that Is all your! news?*^ breathed Leopold. "And mine does not come to as much as that! For I had not even noticed. as| I rodej that all the lustre i was gone from the landscape; and for your birds and beasts. Eleanora, 1 may easily, get yon others when the spring cornea." J . I "He speaks.^ thought the Duchess, "as If be were going to make her his wife.. I pray God It be no worse than thatl", She was In tha greatest state of disorder at bar own futility. -When, aha heard tbe.drunw and:^trump^g WMttdlng »aa'?MMil from lth *^gnrrltah .[ealllng,:tn« so*-' {tS:S^Bo»li «nnM IKM,«M>« w 1 '11 ! ilii i ,"i " John Boles (left) JJAD10 listeners are to hear John Boles, star of "The Desert Song" and . "Rio Rita," sing his "Song of the Dawn" Tuesday evening, March 18. This as one of his numbers on an all- male program of the Paul Whiteman-Old Gojd; Hour, to be broad• cast over the Columbia system at 9 o'clock eastern standard time. Boles, known to thousands as the "golden Voice of the screen," is now co-starring with ; Laura La Plante on Universale lot in "La Marsellalse." . He also appears with . Whitemaa and hjs band in "King of Jsz*," soon «o be presented on tlie; talking screen by Carl Laemmle. i Lloyd Hughes, anotafr star «f this week's Old Gold; broadcast, came with Radio Pictures to appear with Bebe Daniel* in her first show after her [success In "Rio Rita" and "Love Com4s Along." Hughes also bias the lead with Mary Astor in an early release tentatively titled ["Cooking Her Goose." ! j Reduction On CLOTH MAPS, original price £J CA $15.0$ now only .......... i) PAPER MAr^S, original price *0 AA $10.00, now only eXKUU | PRICE TO TRIBUNE SUBSCELBEKS Cloth Map, $3.00. Paper Map, $1.75. j THESE MAPS are 38x52 in size, and compriaw th* * wholQ. of Tipton county; two miles of Howard county on the north; four of Hamilton, south;! three of Madison, east, and three of Clinton, west, j It is the most accurate map ever made of Tipton cojmty. and the same pains for correctness were exercised in adding the territory of adjoining counties. It is of great value in* any home. 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