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BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM POUNDED is»i THE BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1920. yost omoo an Sncond Clnm Matter . _ ._ WON RATES poyablu in udvanuo. _ ...._,,., ............ $7.80 nths .... .............. $3.90 MUST PLAY OUR PART. AIN'T IT A GRAND AND GLORIOUS FEELIN'? "Tho Vaeifan Adverttalng ItoprcoorrtJvUTM ·A. Klein, Ml Metropolitan Tower _ Now York. N. T. Olass, Peoples Oaa Bldg. Chlemto, HI. T«l»jhon« Barmim (tl(tO. n«oun» all departmonts. *«y «nd Opon oon- ovory dairy excoprt Sunday by POST PtriH/ISIIlXG CO. MO Middle Stroot. Bridgeport, Conn. I Members Audit Bureau of Circulation. MEMBERS THnTsaociATRn rnB8£ *TM Associated J'mia 1st nxaliuMvtly ·ntttled to tho van for rnpubllcntton ol ·41 nsws dispatches crodltnrt to It or not ·ttierwlso credited In tills papnr. ftnd WBO the local nexvw pul)Hi»hod horotn. "A LINE (T CHEER" Ily John Kendrtck Ban«s. IBo rich these days In tonlu iiep , That puts such \ ' f w In my stop, 1 feel with ton tonw in my puck, So vast my glow, That I could walk to .TerlclU) And bnck, And, when tho ovonlnK fall n n o n , JDance like un K1C i'rom duak dawn, And then without a hint of n t r a l n Go after Jericho again. to EDITORIAL NOTES Clear the Cross drlvei tracki for tho Red when shy of coal Iowa farmers '·make a blaze of Starvation kills few compared 1 "With tho victims of overeating. If political candlrtnton could only make all their records on tho i phonograph! Life grows .iweetor as sutfar drops toward 10 rents; but colder ns coal I Boars toward $25 - ,i small place, a f l c r a l l . " That cxprussion commonly on the lips of peopk'r-Nvlio a l t a c h l i t t l e t o a l meaning to it, as a rule. They arc generally t h i n k i n g of their own l i t t l e world ami referring to a chance m e e t i n g with some acquaintance But a mil meaning--(lealinr.; with the real world--was given 'to the phrase yesterday by W i l l i s I t . Booth, vice president of the Guar.mty Trust company of Now York, in his Chamber of Commerce address here. Mr. Booth did not talk theory, nor did lie expound brotherly love. I7e said nothing about milking the world safe for democracy. He spoke from a bunker's viewpoint and addressed himself in terms of commerce to an audience of men and women who draw their livelihood from work in an important i n d u s t r i a l city. ^ And by a sequence of logic that was convincing and p o i n t ed w i t h illustrations that made hi.s steps clear, he dcmon.strated most conclusively t h a t the world is a small place; that the A m e r i can m u s t accustom himself h e n c e f o r t h to t h i n k in terms ol t h a t larger .sphere of w h i c h America is a p a r t ; that 1nance's success or failure in dealing w i t h a general strike, Italy's ineeling of an industrial --risis, England's a c t i o n in issuing or not issuinj- further consols, 'are all matters of concern to us, for they all « f . feet us directly m our daily lives and should be reckoned as factors with which we must deal. All of w h i c h was leading u p to Mr. Booth's f u r t h e r and emphatic p o i n t that the nations of the world arc so interdependent t h a t regardless of their political isolation, commercial isolation is impossible; t h a t the commercial a d j u s t m e n t s between nations must be made continuously and that those a d j u s t m e n t s will be made in one of two ways: In a friendly manner over the table, or at the point of a bayonet somewhere in the trenches. Of the latter method of settlement the speaker seemed to t h i n k t h a t t h e whole -world has made more than enough. For the f r i e n d l y way, he is optimistic. At any rate he made it "sufficiently clear tlvnt for us to -wrap ours-lves further in a cloak of national isol.iticm is a method on a par with the intelligence of the fabled ostrich, burying its head in the sand, and that we can no more esciape being a part of the earth, with the consequences involved for our harm or welfare, t h a n our earth can escape being part of the solar system, with the consequences which flow from that fact. Not to take our national pan in steering the 'affairs of the world for the better means merely that we shall suffer more fre- q u e n t l y ami painfully when affairs take a turn for the worse. By BRKIGS You're -SIMPLY To DEATH AMD You RfcVVD ALL THE PAPER*? IM ·DIVERT YOUR M I N D A You vSPENjD A L O N E S O M E SUMDAV IN) A HOTEL W»FC , IN FOUR DfcYS. HEM ou I-K;/,R BOY WHITE HKAO MR, You GP O R R I H TO CALL OP A SPECIAL DELIVERY - OH-H-H- 'T IT A :DectJe ON LON3 HAPPGK15 To BE NAME A SK QUESTIONS! Speedy furnlHhlntr of accurate Infor* 'nation UN thu business of our Wa«h- micton bureau. Address your quory to I'm' Teh-pram Information Bureau, I'l'odeilc J. Huxltln, Dlrecor, Washing- 1). C and endoso 2 cent stamp end envelope for reply. Go sloe! Tho KIU i tourning In Ooorfrlti you think they arc. mlllB thny'ro aren't what crop. To those who reckon srastoni n n t Ty calendar, but by provondor, this i Js pumpkin plo tlmo. Tho 9.1-ypar-old man who rnde In an aJrplnno says his whiskers never grot such a wlnnowdno; before. Burglars got $200 htrtclon In a Toledo man's book. Tho copyrlptht l»w doesn't covor this kind of literary theft. FairfleM mon drink finsoHno In mistake for "hootch." Kxports Bay It's almost ns cxponilvo and oQUftlly us palatable. Ton can't call thoso $750,000 assessments agralnst allogod P-rldgo- port violators of tho excise law "flry" humor. A Seattle machine to Into dynamite. Oh, for a device to turn snow Into coal. youth has Invented a turn static electricity Now for the "mantcr mind" who figures how coal costing $7 a ton *t tho mines can be made to retail at $19 a ton In Bridgeport. Following annouiK emont of what M. Carpontler did to Mr. Tjovinsky, it would not bo s u r p r l M r i K to l u u r that Jack Dcmpticy In HorlouHly thinking ot K»\UK )H k to tho u h l p yards. Sidewalk Snapshots GINNERS AND GUNNERS. The price if cotton dropped just at the time when Mi planters wore ready to market the bulk of this year's Naturally this hit the pbckctbooks of many. Now, it seems, a South-wide movement h under way to compel .vtorapc of raw cotton. Ginners are being warned to cease operations. This would make for a cotton shortage, which, planters hope, will bring the price up. Those producers, financially able, are holding their cotton. Others, kss well fixed, have to sell. Warnings have reached ginners in Arkansas, South Carolina, Georgia, and elsewhere to close down. They have been told their gins would be destroyed; that gunners would stop* ginners. This is, of course, no way to solve the marketing 'problem. If the producer isn't getting the cost of production plus a fair profit, it is of national concern. Rut the wrong can't be righted by the use of guns, nor by warnings, nor by closing gins. " Tt is doubtful if the closing of gins now would more than temporarily increase prices, which would drop again as soon as unloading of cotton began again. You, Mr. Planter, cannot repeal the law of supply and demand with a shotgun. They are trying to do that in Russia-and failing. You can help solve the marketing problem. You can lend your voice and i n f l u e n c e to the getting of accurate production cost statistics, and you can help in the untangling of transportation and other knots having no little to do with the matter o[ farmers' getting a fair price. As a matter of fact, though, there will alwiays be that law of supply and demand. There will be years, even under the most perfect marketing and transportation systems, when producers will have to sell on a falling market--falling because the Bridgeport Forty Years Ago From The Standard for Thumla October 14th, 1880. Tho Drummera' Flfcru' convon tlon took place In Hnrlford todaj Perhaps that was wluiL you hear and couldn't e.s'iiUiln! H 41 W Lliiuor licenses o.vplro October 3 and applications for ronewiUs inns bo In tho town clerk'H offlco at I two wooks before they u n be art od upon by tho selocnnen. * « «i Major Poly, of General S m i t h iliil'f, has put up n h n u d ' o m c simile ins; set In bo contested for ,it th coming 1 brigade louniaincnt. A harvest b n i n o held al Ht. John's festival will be Tl Ul tomorrow and tho Rev. John Lyon will delivo: an address. i* * # · Tlin workliiKmon lauph til Senntor Baton's s l n t c m o n f t h n t tlu tariff question la divorced f r o m politics They propose to Rive a p i n d n c t i o n is larger t h a n demand. And, ag-ain, there will be years when they will eomc to a soaring- market--years when ·supply doesn't meet demand. There'll be lean years and fat yean: years of small crops, and years of bumper crops. And nobody is going to get small-crop prices in b u m p e r crop years, even though he does his marketing with a shotgun hi arm 1 OUR INSECT MUSICIANS. Now t h a t the cool nights of autumn tare with us, the chirp of the crickets comes to us through the dark hours from every p a l c h of grass land. During the drowsy days of lak. July a t h e dog-day weather of August, the shrill buzz of the Cirada harvest-fly, miscalled the locust, filled the air with its reilcr- itcd song. The Cicada or harvest-fly belongs to the order if true bugs JAVI1) A. JllJiKINS. Traffic. Olhei i D.ixld A. B l b b l n s has bten u t.irnlihn- fl^-iiro at tlm city's bush si I b o r o i i x - h f u i e , M a i n street a n d K . i l i t l i l d I I V P I H I K foi ( h i . .past H c v c i H l yiara d i r e e t l i i K t i . i l l l , snd a l d l n v PI d e s t r l i i n s In crondnc from O I K a l d i ol" t i n a h i t ( . » t h , other. , T i n f l b O f l l i i i K l h h i i i H b;ia bi-en COiinei ted w i t h t h e local p o l l i a do- pnrtmcnt for s e v e r a l y i a i f i . Hrfor- Jcrlnlnar tho n i n k H of policemen, hn ·waa train culler for a number of yetvrs xt the local railroad elation, for it, that pur- l l e m i p t e r a , while the locust or grasshopper belongs to the ur of straight wings or Orthoptera. The m a t i n g song of the harvest-fly, for this is what these . hirps, btt/xt's twangs and scrapings are, is produced by means "i a m e m b r a n e s t r e t c h e d , like a d r u m - h e a d , j u s t u n d e r t h e blase i ) i tin- w i n g m the body and v i b r a t e d by muscles for " pose, so it is really a stickiest, drum. A more exact description would be that it is like the dia- phagm of a telephone in which the electric current it, .supplanted by the muscle. _ Locusts or grasshoppers shout their news by rubbing the WHIRS together in some species and in others by r u b b i n g the Mont b i n d k'o s against the l i a l h e r y fore wings. A n o t h e r c m i i H i s fact, w h i c h has n o t h i n g to do w i t h Hie --omids pruducecj, is that the grasshoppers carry their ears on the lore lei;s or the first segment of the body, according to the species. (.'rickets also produce their mating .sounds by rubbing t h e i r wings together. will When you w;ilk through the a u t u m n stubble fields, you Hush t o _ flight grasshoppers and the clicking, snapping sotimi of the- wings shows what noises they are capable of producing. I'.-uts such as these make the c o u n t r y rambles for the n a t u r e lover one of ( h e endless pleasures w h i c h will a l w a y s be w i t h him All theory ia against the freedom of the will; all experience --RR..S. JOHNSON. tlon of tho f a c t that it is n o t , whe'n they vote no.\t m o n t h ! # * * Tho jDanbury and Krldgeporl dele- gtitltmH of tho Grand A r m y w h i c h slnrUHl toKother for P h i l a d e l p h i a last n l p h t vmirtc q u i t e a hit? .show They w i l l tako part ii thn si-eat pa- rtido in that city today. # * * Tho Gorman ncmocratlc nip at St. John's T l a l l last n l p h t wa not \ o r y liuwly attended. Tho sjioakois were JuilRu n. II, Uielc- vvood of t h i s city and T u l l u H Hemlnpf of Now York. Tho VVhoeler a n r l Wilson hand w.'ts present and played sornci very fine solootloim, which won applause. t * * Tho captains of tho H r l d f f o p o r t boats, the Hoftodnlo, tho ' and Iho banra, complain ol' t h o ' i i n - chorlrifc oC oyster boal.s In t h e channel. Tho sloamors are o f t e n t i m e s compelled Ui almost .stop to avoid r u n n i n g down thoso lioatu and tho annoyanco Is very great, not mention tho daiiffor, # * * A Hro startod a b o u t ono o'clock thl.s n i o r n l n f ? In aomo r u b h l s h in thu rear of CHlofi nintu-ey's n-on Foundry, corner of Wator H t r u o l and Ooldon Hill, and made i i u l t c a hlr bluzo for iv tlmo. An alarm wna .sent and tho d e p a r t m e n t responded In q u i c k l y h u t h o f o r o t h e c n H l n e s roue-hart the scene the chemical wan there and made short work of thn lire. T h e r e wati no serious damriKu. Tn another column will lie f o u n d a list of thu veterans who propose lo vote as t h e y fought. All velcriinH who linvo not yet sinned tho Hut are I n - vited I n call at R e p u b l l c i m luiiiil- 'ftnirters, Hnn-onpfhs 1 . n i l l d l i i K , a n i l do so al oner. There nro two h u n - dred and .si sly mimes on thn HH| now nnd 11 w i l l p r n l M b l y beat t h r e e h u n - dred In a f e w days. The flrnt t v \ o n t v - slx n a m e s on tho r o l l road ,IH r,,l- .ows: liyron A l h l n g t o n , John liock CJeorffo P. Waldo, Wllmot, George l^redevlck Ijottn, . , U l n n n , J o h n II. l,n(jan, Wm. I . . _ W l l l l n m II. Mallory, Wm \1 Honham, Gii'ilave OlInHorpv, Cleorre It. Conch, Charles S l a n t v , .FaincM It. 1'orter, K r a n k li. T a y l o i , I ' h l h p 11. Hewee, James Tim-Ion, .Tnlm H i , , , Ion, I ' h u r l i ' S II li'ranke, II. I [. '-|iur- !. l l e h h i n - d , I ' h l l ' p Uaefner, OU.H B. .reiinhiB.s, I T . n i n e , H e n r y M . floyl, Mlddleljrook, W l l l l u n i j ( J l l l H .V. C'hiii-los A. H. R r l B h t and l i p o i r f p Jr. P i n l l nf Ihl.s e l l v Had f i n e c-xhl- blts ol' plRooiif, n t t h e Danbiii-y Fair · ' n . J ' ; o 1 p l V P d n u m e r o u s premlnm.s W. W. Walker of t h i s city wa.s «lvon n p r e m i u m f o r p o u l t r y and II G lUnd onp for -jlato miinlels. Miss M i n n i e N o r l h r o p m is p-iven a p r o r n l i i m for h a n d s o m e lace, 'L'liroo F i r l r l R o p o r l , p o l i c e i n n n added p i c t u r e s q u e K l o r y l o I h o fair. » # * The H r l d w e p o r t C'onx-h L.icc Co., on 'Cannon s l i e e l , nre feeliiifi 1 l l i c effects of the hanl times ami t h e noeesMly for a c h f i i i K P , to such an extent Hint t h e y nre compelled to run throe nights In (ho wi ols t i l l te o'oloc.k. 'Phis flnri manttfVu t u n coach luce enough to .supply *li Unltwl Ktate.s. They employ abot h a n d s a n d w i t h i h o I m p r n machinery which they u.sn c n n t u r out as inimli laco ,i« two l i n n d r o h a n d wnavprs 'i»uld prodiu-o u n d o tho old syBtPin. The p i o l e c t i v l-irlre keeps Fiance, t h e i r oh let eon: p o t i l o r o u t ol' t h o A m e r i c a n m n r k e l but ( h e r o ilm.s heen ri l i m e in Ih m e m o r y of I h o lace w o r k e r s , whe :hey have been t h r o w n on! of wor hy tho floodhi'g- of the A m e r i c a n m u r L.s w i t h c h e a p e r French biu Wlhllp Iho tnrll'f c o n l l n u p - H t o uffor. p r o t e c t i o n t h e r e w i l l ho no d e m o n i l is-.inf? French e o n i p e l i U o n and lh way to keep iho lin-lff up la to vot tho U c p n h l l e a n t i c k e t a l t h o c o m l n loetlon, land iso p i o l o c t Ariiprlciu w o r k m n n . * * * One h u n d r e d WUIIR were fired l o day u n d e r .the d l i e e l l o n of t h o ('en t n i l f U r f l o l d f i n d A r t h u r chub, l i 'OKiilllon of the news f r o m O h l i i n d Jmlla.ua. The salute wn.s llroi from t h e slis'nul Jinn taken f r o m th. 'ebel pirate Shpnn.ndoa.li. It Is PS peclally lUllntf ( h a t It should bo used now lo i i t o n o for womo of th, ovl! 'dend« in .the pant, * * * T l e i i d q n n r l c r s Uopuhllenn P n l f o r n i c d Clubs Hoys In nine ni-lrltreporl, Oct. I l l , I SSI) cnernj flrder No. 0, Thn "foi n i a l l o n of c o l u m n I'or t h e x i r n r l o of the I t i l h , w i l l he a,s fol- n ws; M a u d , 'lfl.ll Ward ( i a r l l c h l a n d A i t h u i Club, ( ' a p t . Uaxvloy larflold and A r t h u r , (Juards, Capl. G. nnd A, ( i m i n i s , C a p t a i n Hnrr. Old G u a r d , dipt. Goolev. Miles Koliavoi, .Mayor H o j t . - M o l l v P l t e h e i ' Cliil), .Yla/yor I'armly. The l i n e of m a r c h w i l l ho f r o m t i i t e l o M a i n , to W h K I n K , t o Hrn'id. S o u t h . \ \ e i i i i e t o L a f a y e t t e , t o t a l c , l o Coin-Hand, l o K n l r l l e l d A x e . West A x e to S o u t h Ave., to 1'arli ve., lo W a s h i n g t o n AVI-., to Uoldeii 111, lo M n l n Si, t n Full-Held Ave., t t i t r a t f o r d Avc., to lOnsI M a i n St., to u r i i i i m A v n , to ,Vohlo Ave., to Cres- 'lit Ave., to Congress St., to M a i n Htatn nnd dlsmlas. By order of A. It H K K H H , d e n o r n l C o m m a n d l u p f . S. C. K I N I I M A N , A d j u t a n t Genenil. The llnslim M u s i c a l llcconl for et itth c o n t a l i i H a n u l l e e of " M u s i c C o n n e c t l r u l , " In x v h l c h oei-iu-s the The Once Over Jiv ii. i. "I'. SAflit, MONKV O e m u c r n c y m a y hin-e ro by I D e w o i l d war. I), nn n i u d u R u L of whnl iifci- IH ,i wife lo u l u t l a n n t l n n . 4 dial luivu n o t h i t i B to p u l lnio H? W h c l l i p i - t o | t(J ,i|i |i l ( , ,i ( , lm , ci u , y (J| . t h e .safe is now till- i i u e s t l o n con- f r t i n l l n p tho iivcr;i«o J'luropean na- t l o n . Tho fTPiiural decision Is | 0 iceep t h u K a l e , am] i n come f t i WALT MASON SAYS ' Years and Wisdom I've lived about a hundred years, und as I lived I looked around; and In the course of time, my dears, some c h u n k s of wisdom 1 hpvc f o u n d . I've found that kindness always pa|ys, il smoothes the path we have to tread, and lakes much a n g u i s h from our days, und lulls us when we gn lo bed, Speak k i n d l y of I he 111:111 n e x t door; he'll hear the u n k i n d t h i n g s you've said, ind they may make his spirit sure, so he will come and punch your lead. Speak k i n d l y of the grocer's clerk, who stung you when you bought some rice; he's wcnried by his grinding work, and so i'ot balled up on the price. Speak kindly of all men who pass; they need kind words to make them glad'; the.y'ie trying hard to cut their grass, and hands are tired and hearts are sad, My life las been a joyride great, because 1 hate no man on e a i t h , and in he cheapest kind of skate I try lo find some signs of worth. I lave about a million friends, who smile upon me when we meet, ind when my little journey ends, my funeral will be a treat. The boys will boost me on that day, not for the silly rhymes 1 grind, not for my wreath of fragrant hay, but for the fact that 1 was kind. 'hy Mrs, l J rldKo|)( New V n r ! a c c o u n t ; "The f i r s t con- K l v e n by (ho Noi-walk, A m a t e u r Orchestra iinslwted ( lareme Hwaii, .soprano of r t , -Miss 'I'remper pianist of "" and Mr. \\ t , 7. . ' II " 11 .vir. r , , . ( ; m « ford f l u t i s t , of KrldKcpo, 1 !, ami «, s ii e x e i y respect ,i success. Thu r- ehestra did roniarkably w e l l ami their programme wu h w e l l selected .Mrs. Swan W U H reeei\ed w i t h w a r m appl,iu.s() m i d p i o v e t l hursclj' woi-thj of tho i-eceptltiii. She w i s In l i n e v o t e a n d h e r lirllll.'uil style nn.» exe- e i i t l o n won her h e a r t y ,,,,, ()1 . OH ,,, w h i c h she. k i n d l y responded. Miss Trempor'H p l u y l n p W ( is plensiiiK ,i!id she l« u, very proiiiLsliiB y o u n n plan- 1st. .Mr. C i i i l l f o i i l mniuifted his f l u t e w i t h s k i l l a n d K -ood taste. I l l s .solos wuru ttinoiiK the most enjoyable f t . a - inru'i of the eoneeri an( i ,,.,,,.,, r( ,. warded with a p p r e c i a t i v e applause. Ainerle.i wuw a «ood follow w h e n nhe h.nl 11, And she mill liati It. .Mid nt the r.itcof liilerpsl now beltiR "lini'Red o t h e r natlonfl for lounn, *h w i l l li.ne m u c h more of H «hortly. if Amerle.-i Hlnys out of the Icngni It li w i l d ^lle wll h.ivo to p i n y i l o n e h a n d . W h i l e t h e mallei- Js bo Ins: duhated Bhe xvlll play a joar h a n d . Who SIIVH w» d o n ' t l a U u I n t e r c M In forelKii iifriilrs? and I) per oenl. enoii(?li? enough Jsn't Prance, Norway, K n f t l i m l , a n Cliliia are now Rlnglnj? " A m e r i c a ' I t h e s e words: V i i u r ( o n t i t r y 'tis u f thee, Swei-i ) ind nf uMiry, Of Ili'-e we f.ln«. I / a n d where for lonnn xv» go, At olj?hl pir c e n t , or so; Oh how xve nre wo.-ilted for d o U R h -How can we slm;. A l l t h e c ' l n n n n h / i l l s l e f t ov»r fi-oir tho « n r In A i i i o r l c a Irive )coii h i n u up in K i o n p s of three, Riven i , on of R i l l p i l n t n n d h u i i K ' u p for t i n K i i l d . i n c e uf - i l l n . t l l o n s «ecl;lm; i r l R h l , . n n h l i i n i i h m o n e y - . e n - (Uai ter pa '. ThompHon I tire I M I I I I I K m k e f a c t o r y Ci xx' n i l i i u l e i i UK wa.s i , ( l l ' n i t ' i t h a n d p r e v e n t In:' m Y e h l o r d u v a b t n i i a "no p. m. Mr. (;,.,rg,. of I h i n l l i i B t o i i dim-over. I'rnm I lie i n o i ' t l | I,)., In t h a i l o x v n , it ml i n a H f l p l ' t h e W h n ] , . I , ,,]],· veloped In I'lamen. w a s made w i t h t h e ' r idliilV-H t o cheek ihe (ire a n d t n Hie s j n e . i d of the f l a n i p s split; o f i l l t h a t t h e w h o l e n . ,, ,, . h t l O l l t ' n U l d d o (,ho 1 K X | . f l d j n l l l l l l i . bnlhliiiR', u en,,,. ,,,11^ I U U K ) U n,,' nnd t h e n .1 b a r n M u t a t e d a, rntw t i n street a m i a l l Hire, b u i l d i n g s H e r . t o t a l l y de.sti,)M',l. A n t i i l i e i ' h u l l d l i i K oxvneil by Mr. T l i o m p s o n and 1,1 W h i c h was M i n i ed about ? l , r , 0 f l w o r t h of t i m b e r u s i d In hl M .spolu. I H I S I H P S K , e a i i n h t Hre a n d w i t h It.s c n i i t c u d i v/tia also e o M M i m e d , T h e r e f | i l e n if C a p t a i n A I V I I JiIilHiin, l i i c a t e d i i b n u l lll'ly m ,S|MV rods s o u i l i , , i s l n f t h e biirn'lm n i i i b l - l"(fH t - i u i K l i t from t h e I ' l y l m r -,|miks 'ind clinleri) a n d wiih I n t a l l y ih'.sinn- ')d. Cn pi a in .Judsnn's },i~, H IH h,. Ixveen $ 1 , 0 0 0 n n . I sri.Ooil w i t h a n n s i i r n n c e of $1,S(KI on t i n . hnii.se and t'400 on the utmltnre. M i . T h , i n i ] i - f o n ' s less lh i i l u i n l J l ! i , ( ) 0 0 , and ho mil o n l v $ 1 , 0 ( 1 ( 1 I n s u r a n c e on lh,. hreo b n l l d l i i H H . .Mayor M O I - K I I I I ivliosi' w i f e 1.4 a r e l a t i v e of C a p f u l ! ! l u d s n i i , w e n t ( o l l u n l l i i K t i i i i i n d a j ind f o u n d i h o f i e l M us H l a l e t l , Tlicr'e (i no lire e i i K l n e III Ihe l o x v u and he o n h t him; Una c n i i h l be d o n , . M I S t o b i l i i t ; W a t e r l i m n w e l l h I n nickels a n d t h r o w t h a t n n t h e Hre. I XVHH i slnw prncess and d i d h i l l I t t l e n n n t l . H o w e v e r u dxx-. H i m : loiwe ^lt]|all'l| \\,.,s| of (|| C . H]ioki. 'aotorv a m i n w n e d by i .Mr. C a l t l l e u l if thl.s c l l y caim'hl f i r e , hul hy ,.|i,n- 'etlc w o i k xvas p i e v e n l e i l f r o m h e - ll),' seriously i l a u i n i , , d. As the poke simp w i s t h p n n l v h u i l d i M K -n v h l e h t i n n was - m y ( h i - i t h ( t i m , I Is I h n n ^ h l ( h u t sp.irlrv ,'-im i h . l i i n i n i v o f t h a i h u l l d l t i i : m u s t him niiHi'd l h , c n n i l i i j n i i i n n * * * JliU'i'li'd: I n N e « Vnrl, i l l x , ( l e i n - er l a t h b y t h e H e x . C h a i ' i ' H T i f . .inv, Charles A. Iicas In Mis-, K m m a \7ells, b o l b of H i - h l i r e p n r t . K i a n c o b n r i o w e d s e v e r a l b i l l i n ' i s u 'en weeks , I K "I S per ei-iil., wlib-ll w i t h o i l i e r r l i n i - K t ' H xvlll m a k e !i per cent. H| t h e t i m e m r c t l n m p i l o n . I^oxv France has n new d e f i n i t i o n for 111 t e r m DoilKh Boy. N o r w a y al.xo borrow a b i l l i o n ol no, N'oixvay d i d n ' t lose m i i e h in the war, h u t she needs money HI pin m some modem I m p r o v e m e n t s , Incl' Ini; e l e c t r l o llKhts, set tubs, etc. S d l U e r l a n d hurrowoil a fpw m i l l i o n d o l l u r s a lon« t l m i i aifo lo koi-p lh smixv from t InRKlfV up HIP sidexvnllts M l n i w t h e A l p s niKl t o repair i h e d i m i i R e don,, t n t h « Swiss chei«si icfill,',' tiiere. The I I P J I I ] U I I .nil Nnxv C h i n a , w i n t n .some m o n e v , $25,11(10,0(1(1 w i l l do, t h a n k y.i.i' Fr.'inec, K i i i f l n n , ! ,,n,| A m e r i c a h n v e f o r m e i l n c m i R o r l l u i n to r t m s n c e i h e m o i i e j . A e o n n o r t l i i m Is a hb.li- broxv m i n e for .Money J.eml, is' l . i u . l l , No, ti2. C n l n i i h n s been lo.slnn m n n o y n \ , r s i n c e the sleani l a i i n d r k ' s tici.ui . n n x i l l n ^ : out i l n - ) m i i , | workers. 'J he C h i l l i , M I . are poor bunlnesw men, i- peclallv in l a n d d o i l s . Tins Indian xvbn f i r s t oxMind M j i n b . i l l u n Bold H for a i | i m i l of rye, but tlm ChliiMKi. i n r n e d u v e i Sh.nuiinK t o . l a p a n x v l t ' i l l l l i r e t l l n , v a l i o l i l e opcilel 111 et u r n . Q.--How t/ill must k boy be IH i onlor to Rt'i Into Wc-st Point? S. S. I A.--The War department say* the ! m i n i m u m height requirement for ad- mini Ion to tho United States Military Academy has bci»n changed to 84 i n c i i v K for candldatfs of all ages Instead of tho former height of «4 Inches for those 17 years ot age and 05 Inehts tot- thime 18 years old and upxxurd Q.--Wlint Is the niinifKT of nuirtlo- povxvr hours In « klloxvutl of clcc- tr|«-lty? W. It, 8. A,--The bureau of Standards »ay« the common tuiiKston (or Mazda) l u m p s now In usn all take about one watt of power p«r candle; connt- q u e n t l y one, kilowatt-hour given about 1,000 candle-hours. Tho cra«t amount depends on the size of the lumps usocl, for tho larger lumps are m o r - cMlclent than the »maller ono»; the 300-watt ga»-flllcd lamp Is supposed to give exactly one candle per wall, while tho largest and smallest sl7.cs In common use run 80 to 40 per cent, above and beloxv thts In oftlclency. y.--What pnr» of tlio country's ox- pnrtH are munmuctured products? O. N. I). A.--DurlnK this year manufactures form 62 per cent, of United States export*. Probably the total ' v a l u e of such exports will reach the sum of K000,000,000 In comparison w i l h a l i t t l e more than SI,000.000000 In 11)14. Q---Wind poi- ctmt, of the parson* (fi'i- aiilomoblk'M pm-elinhcd nro lined for pleahiiro only? W. 8. J. A.---The Ntttlonal AutomoblU eJmmbl'r of Comniorco says a survey taken shows that only jo per cent. of passenKcr automobiles are used only for recreation. V--llow many ostriches ore Micro In tho UniliM Matow? X. B. C. A.--According to a report of th» V« il J? na ' 1 t '" y '"" 1|( . there aro about 10,000 oslrlehes In this country at present. ?.--Is (lie fac» that furniture i* mx-rod, ,i S | gl , ^ ,,,,,,,. worhlniln . hl»l|)/ y, jj A.--Much of ihe finest furniture' Ii vennereu m «,,,,,.!,, | |, a |. (s , u , g ci'flsiiry to use veneer in order to rat t be beautiful R:raln« that aro seen IB drawer fronts, for Instance. The test of (rood furniture ts tho care and precision with which veneering· "· Uono rather than i h e lack of It llf Ul author of tho Oount thnt lny lost whom o« doscfmlliw MIII Mows fron^ th? hand )io worthy u.tlon done"? i« c w s A.-- According to authorities 'on 'lii'ilntloits, the luithor of this is un- K M t J W J l , Q. -- T hnvc an Arnjy Colt 45 n\\tn niutlr .hat 1 f oul)( | alwut B yea? »«, on t ho hoat of my au«,)moIlhT Am I vlolaliiijc a law in U.vnlnK It? W M " W M ,sjM.i I do with U? | j. K. S v»« T.v. War ' Il J'" 1 lmont sayg if o u h « \ . ,,,, army revolver In youl pos«.,«,ion. no nvnter how It eam« l"t" your possession, you could bs ac.n.se.1 of POBSOSSIIIK Kover ment i;r,,p,riv w i t h o u t any government T , ITi , ,'"' fl " mo ' n n t l t h " i Klit lose you y,,u,- ofcnse cillnenshlp as one year imttHann ment in the slate prison. It Is Ju«" y - u r nearesra'nn'y" 'r!" r ^ lw t u In UilT"'* h o w ' V °" ulty In In your you were fouml with It Q.--\Vlint CIHI (,, 'lone W |th tho ii' oaiit* syrupf -IT t h over win, for 24 hours, ·lear juice and boll- l i e s h Juice. Onr« M Ij. H In ,, m u l l i Chln-«c The chliK'ne h n , 1 , , ],, New Y o r k I I ' 1 I ' l - . ' i . i t i i u t i IP w i t h Hi i t n i , t h e A i n i a i l u m . f l h h . One of 'he. lei 111.4 |.i ( ' ) , , ) he I n a n In t h a i do enllri" e o i i H i i r l l u i n hnld-- t h a t t h e s l u n d l t i K i i n n v I I I I H beer s l a n d l n i J n l l K I t ' s H t l i r t i d lo axe I I ) I h a Wni And t h e n n^iiln In s s , Chin , ii,{.)| ( to re u r n tile lo;di I t ' l l he m i i e l i I, \ \ ni U I K h t l l l f f a n a r m v t n i t ' 1 K i t t J d o w n . \ not he" emit!!! lor I It. ill ;ln I IK e i rid h ^ e ll \\n.,he,l, H ' l i e h i ' d . ,ul i M ' i n ' i l before i e l i i r n l n f i r . If w,- xM'i'i- C h i n a xve'd n'orn f H. e n n i o r l l u i n ' d lonu a n d t', t the moivy I'-, I l l . l i m the p ' l e e nf c h o p silev. Today's Worth-while Verse UPHILL. Doi'M I he I O M . 1 w h i |] .in |h,, w . n · V, s, lo the \ei-x- end. \\ r lll (In- ilnx' H .t m r i u i i Ji,' t i n - \\ h o l e IOUK dux ' li'rom .nuirii to n l i j h t , iii.\ I'llend. l l u l Is I h e i e for the n h ' h t i r e s ( l n K ||nee'' A roof for when the slow ,lnrk hours begin, Miiy not the hu km s.s l i l d , . li i i o m ni.v f:uc«? You c i n n o t ml.sa t h a t I n n . I I R I t ife'?'^ Close Deportation Case of Martens Tcitimony Concluded on Matter of Expelling Unrecognized Soviet "AmUiitdor." "'e I'nlted Slat,' close toilny the ,|ei, »'· Hills I s l a n d of I from Vox lei i i n M u i ' , Shnll I ineei o l h e i Thohe v h i h . n , 'I'hnn I m u s t K i m c U , Thi'X \ \ i l l n u t K . \ r.ni-rs ,u n l i l u ' f .in, hefore i c u l l « h , - n t i m t In ·iK u i u s t . i n i l l i i K u t th.-il limn. Sh.'ill 1 i l n i l c o m f n i t , t ,IM..| H o i e .ind w o i i k " n|' l i h o r you xh, i l l M i n i I In- H'.IIII Will tiiei-o be hcdn for me mid n i l who HcekV Yen, beds for all who come. , -- QHHIST1NA GilORUlNA KO88EHTTI. M i i r l e i n c u t s u, bu ri.ule b.u'ore t h e sccre- l u r y uf Ubor in W.ishliiKton. I - 0 1 m, r Senator Hardwlok recent h , mimuort Demoeratlc candl- ";;:;: ^rl.lrlKe'^u^e^'atWsn" Hnmmneod': 0 ' 1 ' 11 ' ° f Marlen -- " w *» 1,200 Vl'NS 'ixi VOTK. N K W A R K , x. .)., Od, i s . I 1 ," ' ' r , ' l l ' , , l l - l ) ( l »»"» 1" th- Homan i u(nolle dloeoBe of N'mvurk lnv« renlHUred lor the Reneral l«otlon under the nani-H which I Ivy boro before ihey oiitercd Iho various orders. They were permitted to decide tor thcm*elv«a whether thny wnntodl to vote. NEWSPAPER I

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