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) t PAGE FOUR. •THE HUTCHINSON NEWS, JHONDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1924 THE_Hl^HIMONJ«iEWS rubllahwl Daily by The New* 0.miian> W. V. MORGAN, BOITOR. ••TA »LliM«D laff. Rntartd at the Po-itofflee In Hutch* Inter), Kanasa, for tranem.aalur, through tha malla ae ei-eond-slata matter. TELEPHONE 4400 Prtvatf branch etchanae; when •psrator answers, five Demon or da- partmetit wsntea. I TERMS Of (UMCRIPTION First, •tcond sna Thtre genes fty mal#Dri» year M.uw Py maii, its months Z.uu By mill, three munths 1-21 By mull, onp month. .... •At' Fourth, f'.tth, Sixth, snd Seventh 2onee. ,..MUi ,.. I.*' ... 1.1HJ ... .7S ...» -It .I'l By roan, out year., By mall, alx montht g? mall, three montht.,.. By mall, one month.. By carrier, per week weekly Newa. one year... MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU OR CIRCULATION VEMBER AMERICAN NEW8PAREA PUBLISHERS' ASSOCIATION. MEMBER Of* ASS0CIATE6 RRESt Tht- Associated f'roaa la exclusively tntlUMi to the uaa tor republication of all eewe credited to It or not othar* via* credited In thla paper, am) alau Ilia local newa pui-lletied herein. All right of republication of specie fllapstchea hrieln are also raeerveil. The Sidlinger Drug Co. PBEfcmmoN BPECIALIST*. Teieaneae tt. [Ht. rr Nar» Main tlrest, Hutsfitneea. SOLD AQAIN. talked WhSB tint tliey talked ot * wtreletl, I SBld, "It can't be * done; though actentists are * tlreleat. same triumphs csn't * be WOB. You tslk ot telegraph* ing without H wire or pole, * and I am roundly laughing at * such a rigmarole. When pigs, * OD snowy pinions, are flying in * ft flock, above these fair dt>- * minions, I will believe tsuch • * talk." When dreamers talked • >• of soaring in airships over- • * head, their piffle I was scoring. * * and bitter thins* 1 "aid. "1 * * hnto to hear you mention such * " schemes." 1 said, "oh. uhee- * • To S 'h 'uec anil invention a • " limit, there mutt be. Men • '• cr.i't have all their wishes," * " 1 sairi. in biting words; "the • * wafer's for the. fli-hes, the sir • " in for the lilnls. Hut ships • * i-mp'lieil |.y inoliir^ will m-v.-r • 1 W,-.i\.- u (Until; oil. no. ye t\\7.7.\ " " vu'ers. such thine-, arc not ai- • • liiwt'il." At , very step fore- • '• rusted I said, "It can't bo " - done;" but. my decree** were • * blasted and brown up one by " * on*. All barriers suitnounled, q * fair Hcleni'u hll her stride; * * t'il gruui'hea were discounted. ' * and knockers Hlinply lied. And * «• now whou savunte thoughtful ' * present some (treat design, no ' M protests tomniyrotfui, no carp- 1 * ing doubts are mine. "We'll ' *' (ret a ship nud man It." they ' * say, "some evening soon, and ' * leave tilts cheap old planet ' * aiuU'nnip upon the, moon." And ' * I remark, "do to It. the trip ' * is tip t" you; there is no ' * dicain, besliruw It, that Science * can't make true," * —WALT MASON. 1 * i tack the Uritlnli army and lite Suei Canal, »ut the British officials were wise and succeeded In pn#.| veullug the combination. They kept Kgypt quiet during tlioso years ot war. When the peace conference met In Paris there was s delegation of Kgyptlnn* on hand to ask that they be permitted to rule themselves, under the theory advanced by the AJUes of the rights of people to do such things Of course the Kgyptisns were not given much consideration by the peace confer. «nce. Hut the people of Egypt had been told so much about the world being made safe for democracy and about the rights of small nations, that publ 'c sentiment grew to larse proportions In favor< of Egyptian Independence. The Urltish government conceded considerable ot the rights over local nffnirs to the Egyptian parliament and officials, but kept thf upper hand with tHe army. As Vtrltish power relaxed the asplra 'lions and the demands ot the Kaypttan people grew. There was tit" reason, so far as they were concerned why there should be an English army or an ICnglish general In command at Cairo. Patriotism was preached by the newspapers and the politicians. It was enthusiastically received by the college students and tbe younger generation which knew that the world's condition was chsnglng and thst they were entitled to the right of self government Daily Thoughts A brother offended Is harder to bt won than a strong city: snd their contentions are like the bars ef a castle.—Prav, IB: 19. I LOOKING BACKWARD (Pram the Plata *f The News) Mated 6000 Wo are members of one great body. Nature planted in us a muttinl love, and fitted us for . joclsl life. We must consider that we wen born for the good of the whole.—Seneca. empty arms, hut h« was something to take her mind off herself. And so the extra portion of tenderness has been his during Ihe eight years that my friend has had him, and no more babies have come. Everyone who knows her well knows this. Hut the woman who prides her FIFTY YEARS AGO IN 1874 ,1. M. Halmnlcy of Texas was here looking after matters. Home of tile folks tip In the, : Ned^rlands neighborhood resented I ! railing It "Ihe Tennesee colony. I i Most of tho farmers up that, wnv came from Iowa, brought here bv liev. Sam Slack. N. F. Mcr'arlnnd who was Married .it Orangevllle, O., had arrived with his bride. FORTY YEARS AGO IN 1884 The Pretty Prairlu Literary society was formed to give entertainments at the school house. The News edllor was urging the lfr'les ot the. town to get together and plan to hold "open house" on self on speaking her mind Is com-! New Year's day Probably the English leaden arc willing to withdraw the British power from Egypt but they are like the man who bad the bear by the tall, afraid to let go for fear he might turn ami bite. It Is only a question of a short time until the independence of Kgypl l« achieved. There is a larpt class of educated Egyptians, mostly Arabic by descent. The uneducated classes arc intelligent and are constantly adding to their qualifications. Thero Is likely at any time to be a revolution which would drive the British j soldiers and officers from the conn- ' try, and thie fact is very well (known to the statesmen of the British empire. Kgypt Is a bad spot for the British. It la -worse than India. The people have so nearly secured independence that they are likely to resent efforts to keep them from getting It all. The same queslion Is at Issue In a number of parts of the world, where so-called superior nations are holding In more or less subjection native races which feel themselves entirely capable of self government, and want Independence and are ready to fight for it.; W. T. MORGAN. .4 4. .}> 4. .* 4, ,a <*, <«> 4. <^ paratlvely a newcomer to the neighborhood. She has seen Laddie's mistress heaping affection on Laddie nnd she evidently felt that she was called upon to rebuke her for 'being one of those childless women who prefer dogs to children. So In speaking of another woman I and her dog she made that cum' parison. Laddie's mistress said nothing. She isn't the kind who would defend or explain, certainly not to a woman like that. She only bent her head down oyer Laddie's brown bead which was lying in her lay at the moment, and-he looked up and tried to kiss her. Some dogs have a good deal more tact than some r oplc. And none of the rest of us Quite liked to epeak Just then. But someone ought to have spoken. Someone ought to have said than or later. "Haw do you know lbs praters dogs to children? Did lbs ersr tall yrm so?" We all know women who judge other women In that natter with such smug suroness, and condemn 1 them with such smug superiority. How do they get that way? They know as well as you or I do that there are many women to whom children never come. They know that such childlessness Is sometimes a bitter disappointment. Wha» license then have they to say about any woman that her childlessness Is selfish unless she herself has admitted it to them? What reason have they to grudge such women the dogs or the cats or the causes with which they try to fill up the void? They surely ought to pity and sympathize out of their riches rather than condemn. You May Have Pretty teeth already—and yet not know it Make thh miqtu Itsl. Remove the dingy film that's clouding .vour teeth. Beneath it, you will find, to your own surprise, those white and glistening teeth that you envy in others. The latest report was that the Wichita Northern railroad would begin construction at once. THIRTY YEARS AGO IN 18B4 Clovernor Hradfield L. Prince ot! New Mexico was tbe principal i speaker at the Irrigation Congress. t .'api. K. K. llarnes of Salem.Va.. brother ot Ms*. (.1. H. P. McDernu-d : Frau Knlp^ft, of Berlin, who has and uncle of the six McDermcd j i"«t held a Jubilee celebrating the brothers was visiting his sister ] 300th wedding of men and glrle ah* for the first time In 20 years. \ bfought together. Dert. Walker, former compositor; on the News, now editor of the | " Pcabody Oaiette. was visiting here, (ir: Msry Chapman had a tea for tew of her friends. TWENTY YEARS AGO IN 1904 W. U Woodnut and Waltar KUes were erecting a frower mill three stories high on Ave. O east. Just east of the Carey coal yard. Ferdinand Plats brought a Bomber ot bis Kansas City Mends bora* tor a holiday rlslt. X one wsy ticket to Chicago was only $15.65. "it A Puzzle a Day 0 a R • S 6 P O R O E L X I LAIN TEN YEARS AGO IN 1914. The golfers at the country club had a dinner with P. H. Hostuiler and II. M. Talcott, captains of the contending aides. J. E. Conklin and daughter, Miriam went to St. Louis to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with Frances and Virginia Conklin, who were attending Lenox Hall. C. L. Nelson sold 10,000 pounds of turkeys to the Wells Fargo Co. The Woman's club had a social aftomoon at the home ot Mrs. J. H. Tharp. The Mothers' club had an open meeting at the lladley Methodist church. S TRANGELY enough, thousands of people who go through life wishing and hoping lor glistening teeth already have them, without ever realising that they do. This is the reason given: Run your tongue across your teeth, and you will feci a film. A hint which absorbs discolorations and hides the natural color of your teeth. Remove, it and your teeth take on a new hrauty. Maybe you have really beautiful teeth without realizing it. Film is charged too with most tooth troubles. It clings to teeth, gets into crevices and stays. Germs breed in it And they, with tartar, arc the chief cause of pyorrhea. So, betides loss of tooth beauty, film is a serious danger to healthy teeth, You mutt remove and con- PsgpsaqsgAJ at *.v .a BaaaaaBSBBaaaaaaaaaaaBaaBBaa* To* JSewOay DmMM— stantly combat it. It it ever present, ever forming. Old-time dentifrice! were unable to combat it successfully. And tooth troubles were s serious problem. Now modern science has discovered a new way. A new-type tooth paste called Pepsodent that acta to curdle film, then harmlessly to remove it. No soap or chalk, no harsh grh dangerous tp enamel. Mail the coupon (or a 10 -day tube free. Or, buy a full size tube at any druggist's today. See what beauty lies beneath the him on your teeth, T?D17T? Mail this for TO VBTBOBSNT OOatPAItT, Iaant. A, list a. Wakes* An, _ Ctifaawa, Hi., C. a. A. AM Several letters are missing from this Incomplete "word diamond." If you fill them In correctly, the' words will spell the same across as j they do from top to bottom, Just \ as the word PORCEI.AIN now ap- j pears. 1 Can you complete the diamond? j Yesterday's answer: ! It n man' mother is 20 years older than he; his sister two years : younger than he. and the brother four years younger than the sis- j ter, with the family's average age; M. the respective ages are 5$, 30, | 34 snd 80. I A mechanical page tuner has been Invented for use by the armless readers. THE EGYPTIAN CASE. The assassination of General Sir Lee Stuck in Cairo, Kgypt, is evidence of the trouble which Oreat tlviiain may le- compelled to face at :.n;.- time in thai luirt ef the Xlrliisli -mplre. Co'iierul Stark was LOmmander- in-c'n:et of the British army in Kiryp.. He WHS also the governor- p <T "ral for lir-at Britain over the vast, territory f-oulH of KgyM as the Sudan. He repre- tentetl 10 the people of Ksypt tbe Imperial, power of Great Britain, 'and -.vliile the murder was riottbt- leat; Hi,- work, of a few malcontents, The scarh was regarded as a symbol of eternal life in ancient Kgypt. Fulfil That Promise to Give HER Music. Choose Brambach Now! THE NEW BUICK COACH IS HERE If you have a severe cough or chett cold accompanied with aoreneia, throat tickle, hoarseness, or difficult breathing, or if your child wakes up during the. night with croup and you "«l "WHO APPOINTED YE A JUDGE OVER US?" Bv Hutu Cameron 1 .» ». .» .». .». » .*, <t. •> + *. "She 's another one like you who ; would rather hav e a dog than n i baby." I I heard that said to a friend of | mine the other day by a woman : who prides herself on speaking her • mind. i This friend has a dog to whfch ; she is devoted, a lovely collie with : a beautiful head and as beautiful I a heart looking out of his big I brown eyes. He is a companion i for her on her walks; he is a pro* I lection for her when her husband I has to be away In the evening; he is a friend at all times. I will It 11,1! lions l'-.-'.vpi Irt ,:• la- 1 es at a time when the r beiwetoi the Kmpire anil a:<- strain,-d to tho point ot •1! Piinati tireat Kriln £HN.t ileal Hi, CC'M'.'i' which Kg) pt lion p .ivw. ,-uni India •mil JJrfti.-h i-ovi-.nini 01' lie- >:iNa, U ery word she says, but I am sure he understands every mood she feels. If dog-t do not understand our Innmago, they sometimes seem to get into physic touch with the source from whonco that language comes. And there is another reason why this coilie means BO much to my friend. He was brought to her as a puppv at. a time when she. was .oijitimteil by Hayp-; unhappy. She bad lost her baby. 11 eeis Ktmliind with Ho could not, of course, fill her and all the bottle with plain graau- lated sugar syrup. Or you can use clarified molasses, honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup, if desired. This recipe makes a pint of really remarkable cough remedy. It taites good, and in spite of its low cost, it can be depended upoa to give quiek and lasting relief. You can feel this take hold of a cough in a way thnt- means busineas. Jt loosens and raises the phlegm, atopa throat tickle and soothes ana heale the irritated membranea that line the throat and bronchial tubes with such promptnoat, ease and certainty that it 11 really astonishing. Vinex is a special and highly concentrated compound of genuine Norway pine extract, and is probably the best known means of overcoming asvere coughl, throat and chest colds. There are many worthless imitations of this mixture. To avoid disappointment, ask for "2Vi ounces of Pines" with full dlreetiona and don't accept anything elss. Guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction or money promptly refunded. The Pinei Co., Ft. Wayne. lad. f Kut inn* KgyjiL. H ; tho t 'niK'd SuiU'M t. Thi' Siit -7. t'auai. : Hit- cnriu-r uf \ Butter-Krust tl>o««Not CrumMe/j Try it ' 1 When th" »M.'iiri"il mntrol m-ct.s.-ary tt) \ flfci -- ini ii imain .-L t I K .- >-iiumi s whii ii wt>iv lh'.-n tlutuUcn'.iij; and , •nil.rh cuiiId not ha permitted to j Heizt. 1 the canal and thuH bruak th« connection bHweeu Important pnrt^ of tlji 1 (Mrtpiiv. Fo with one (jxcti.-.'. or unutht i Uit- Klip,*ioh ocj- i:up>.\! K,;y*S'i. vi.i»:h v.;,:, Minn a subjoct MH I ». to tin- Milt MI o; Tur"Kf .v hut :>l.i|>|j, ii tliisr own sov- •jn.i^i.ty un in Ith |*!uff. That waii tilts w-ai> uyo and at (h*.! time M .''I I proi -'-tnlnus ui?rv quite r -omrnnii in tho .War KiU -it. The JiinaiW IOIUIM it-;-, ueru a'-m.-v tonit'd to iH-fnn i«asst;d from oio- (loniinanl. authority to another. W doubt tli*> KjjyntiHi.ri wore wflllnR to take the udvaniam-r; uf Hritisli ASPIRIN SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" and INSIST! Unless you sec (lie "Bayer Cross" on tablets you are not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe protection at the time, although the! b millions and p reS cribed by physicians 24 years for poople wero uot consulted aud the ! J ' . J r pool Urltish occupation was put through I an ii matter of neccsblty and not of right. The Egyptian ruler became a | nonentity; The British command- ur became the real ruler. General Stuck has been on the job for twenty years. When tin- World War In-gnu H was predicted Hint tho Kgypt'ians. who are mostly Mohammedans. "* would join with Turkey and at- Headache Neuralgia Lumbago Rheumatism "Hayi.'r" p;tjt::iye which contains proven directions. Handy "Jlnycr" boxes of I- tablets—Also bottles of 24 and 100—Urujjgist*. iaolrln Li it* trirtu nark or Btfte alaaafactare of atoaoacetlcsutdcster <*f Ssllcrltzecld W HEN you fulfill that promise to give _ her music, choose a Baby Grand. She Q deserves an instrument which will grow dearer M to her as the years advance. " There is much to make the Brambach Baby Grand a desirable Christmas gift. It lends charm, beauty and dignity to the home. And it has a depth, volume and resonance of tone unknown to many pianos. Even though your home or apartment may be small, there is room for a Brambach. This superb instrument requires no more space than an upright. As little as ?50 sends a Brambach to your home—if you buy now. The balance on easy monthly payments that you will find very convenient. Do not deprive yourself any longer of the pleasure in possessing a Baby Grand. Take advantage of this opportunity today. Call, or mail the coupon for a beautiful free booklet and paper pattern, which shows the exact floor space required. Here is proof of how easily a Brambach will fit into vour home. BRAMBACH BABY GRAND %/ QC 'Brambach it the world's targttt M^m ' M exelmhe manufacturer of Baby W Grands—which accounts for Bram- *m^^ esst**^ bach quslity at such a low price fWlEtrWa? 122 t .oivh i\U,n street Mni> this coupon jor atautxpU fiYee ttooktei J. W. JENKINS SONS' oiuSlC CO. 3i2 Norili Main Street, Hutchinson. Kan*. Please send me papur pattern showing size of the Ilramhneh Baby Cirand. Name ; Address Cold FOLEY'S HONEY-TAB ins Rheumatic Pains Go Swollen Joints Vanish Twisted, iwollen, unsightly lotnt* ara rapidly froed from pain and brought back to normal with Ftheuma. I-*me people walk without aid; sleep comae to those whs na»e baan unable to lie In had; haatft that war* helpless because of ttrrlbla rheuaiatltm ara now abta to do thai/ share for the rapport of the family. Mhe«M ta a wttatarfid remedy for rheuanatiaaa. goat, naurltla, lua- bago aad aearalgta. It la a wonder-worker; It Barer falters, never glraa up nntll every vestige of poison It expelled from the body. Rheuma acta on itomach, liver, kidneys and bladder all at once and quickly brings long prayed for comfort to distressed sufferers. A ft A Drug Co.. and all good druggists sell it with guarantee of money back It It Isn 't satisfactory. Milestones of Service T HIS rioting, pushing, fast-itepping age of ours, with all its complexity, concentration and achievements, never could have attained its present development had it not been tor petroleum and the long list of useful products which stem from this one widely distributed raw material. Today, when almost everything we do, from the felling of trees to the keeping of accounts, is accomplished with mechanical assistance, the refining of crude oil and the compounding of the numberless products derived from this base is one, if not the most essential of all industries. From crude petroleum come the most readily procured, best and cheapest lubricating oils and greases, and from the same source we get gasoline, the most economical, most mobile and most compact source of power yet discovered. In the upbuilding of this great industry the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) Jias Men a pioneer, an advanced worker on the forefront of progress. Today, skillful, highly trained men working with every facility which science, or their own ingenuity can suggest, are striving to perfect still further, the scores of useful products going to the public under the brands of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana). Throughout'the ten' middle western state* in which this company maintains-distributing facilities, is an ever-growingorganiza- tion working, building to insure every per, son m the territory getting standardized, superior quality petroleum products he needs, when ana where he wants them. And always thecompany is looking forward, building and training for the years to come. Office boys of thirty years agoare Directors of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) today—office boys of today are being schooled, trained and developed for places on the Board thirty years from now. The Standard OilCompany(Indiana)isproud of the record it has made in keeping ahead of the times, and believes that each progressive step has been marked by a milestone of service to the thirty million people of the Middle West. Standard Oil Company (Indiana) General Office v Standard Oil Buildiaft 910 So. Michigan Avenue. Chicago 3S99 Don't Let That Gold Turn Into "Flu" Rub on Good Old Musterole That cold may turn Into "Flu," Qrippe or, even worse, Pneumonia, unless you take care of It at once. Hub good old Musterole on the congested parts and seo how quickly It brings relief. Colds are merely congestion. Musterole, made from puro oil of mustard, camphor, menthol arid other simple Ingredients, Is a countor-irritant which stimulates circulation and helps break up the cold. As. effoctlvo as the mossy old mustard plaster, does tho work without blister. Just rub It on with your fingertips. You will feel a warm tingle its It enters the poros, then a cooling sensation that brings welcomo relief. To Mothers: Musterole la also made In milder form for babies and amall children. Ask for Children's Musterole. 3oc and 65c, In jars and tubes. Better than a mustard platter Arches ache? t Allay* inflammation— eases pain , Just a little Sloan's lightly patted on before going to bed gives the moat amazing relief to tired, aching foot-arches. You'll be astonished to seu how it takes out tho soreness and pain. Try it tonight All druggists—35 cents. Sloan's Uniment "kills pain!

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