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PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE: JANUARY 30, 192S Pittsburgh JJosf-gascttc CuiiavlldAliii'j r ti, lOST A.NU UAit'll'vi I I M I. . P.-O. PUBUmiNG CO.. I'tBl.ltHtRS. GtNKHAL UHLfc: 1J WOOD d'J'HfcbL ''tlt BLOCK. prIJerit ind lJul.lllr ; H.!VL!I J. Kt.ul.tl:. Cirl Htoior ilid TrMium; M K UiNSU.'i, V !- l'rei Jetl; W. U. CHRIST MAN. MnKlo It-Jltor. MtybEK OF THE Ai-HClAItU fcoterwj L Scond-C:&a j-n at I'ni.i.u'il. Xw Tork, JIT P-l Av ; Ch :. Cniurj Bi.J.; Bor-'on. LHtl BW. Dro1t Un. M,.tom Biiic; Philadelphia, Uurnt Truat Bids: fcau Francletco. 41 S CManrery Ba!ldlr,. n;Bv';hiPTi(jN ItATb-: l'a'ly. S cam. Ooa wek. IS centa. una menu.. tnii. I month t,y 'iir.ll oti'y In 0r'f "'I am.rid IM" wrier lt'r In ni Pnetfimsette carrier J3. Otis ur fb ma!) uuiy. in flrat aoJ McoDd tunti wbeia there la no I'ost-tiaiet t car-' r) 3. PRIVATE PHONK txtH A NU Ii A 11 Lepartrtieni.a BE1.!' Atlantic- aluu. Th AocIaie'l l're la ei:!ulvely entitled to tli ue for tepublleatle.n of !1 na OintiatrLea rre.tltud to It or not otr,er-; crd!t4 In thin paper, land also tb local newn pub!lli'l Imraln. All rlht of republication of ayeclaJ dtepatchea h:e.n a-- also reserved. MOMMY M'jHNlN'i. JANUAItY 3?. lS. :-pf 'd.'i I !y B-w i di .' rs ' Mil v ; .. ) .i ! 1 ! ' not 1 1 1- - f . I ' ' . : ion. "i her..- i, ,: . i.oll I did lio', lit j on , r;ty , tii r rf -w p., 1. i t ' f ct t!ii.i :!' - '" . ' ! r r - ti ' ! I tv';:-. The IV ay oj the IV or Id Speaking of Xczv Airports--By Htiugerford PANGS OF ADJUSTMENT. Oil this paee Satunlny Tho lVst-'.'a.'.' Me pulj lislie.l a .statement l.y a committee uf the Lnitt .l Mine Workers o America i:i i hich the li--lar;i-tion was repeat e thai, no matter what llic further buffering thry may have to endure. t!if-union iniiirrs will hoM out for re ong-nit ion of their organization anJ meeting of their waire lc-inamls. ' 1 Wc arc certain, " the statement eon- lu'les. "that low wii-res arc not. the cure for this Kirugsrle." The reply of the bituminous operators o the Pennsylvania nnl other aft'eetel listr"u-ts rc-uuius the sarne. ''Wc couhl not," they say, "meet that watfu demand and compete with production in the lower-priced iields." Tliey continue that, :o far as they arc concerned, "the strike K over." Their supply of non-union labor, they r.ssert, is adequate and now upon o steady basis. "Aren't we passing through the winter without ;. coal shortaeT" they demand. To which the union miners rejoin that even though the opera -loi'o are paying the non-union labor less money per miner, their production is costing them more Mi the end through the inexperience, of many of heir workers. Meanwhile dames J. Dais, secretary of labor, says that while two years ago the coal industry had 'JiiO.fiOO more miners than it needed, it now iian .'!0,0iX too many due to the substitution of non-union labor in some of the fields. He recognizes, with nil who have made a scientific study of the frubject, that the problem can be solved only by adherence to sound business principles. The industry must be put upon a basis that will preclude disastrous competition. Only in that way can it pay the best wages and furnish steady employment. He continues: The coal industry has taken one-third of my time since I have been secretary of labor. IL is worse now than it was seven years ago. it. never was in such a demoralized condition. It will get worse steadily unless something is done. The solution proposed by Mr. Dais is to amend the .Sherman anti-trust law to permit the i . t c i -v ill-? of coal compaiiR p. litre, it may be recalled, is what the coal men themselves said j ears ago. A "community of interests'' arrangement in the anthracite field was broken up by court action. No matter what the merging powe r given them now, there still would be the demand ::nd properly so for regulation to prevent monopolistic abuses. But the point has sunk in that the competition demanded so iolcntly about two decades ago eloes not look so good today. There now is demand for a curb on ruinous competition. live n so, the solution proposed by Mr. Davis draws farther attention to the fact that a period of adjustment is at hand in which the brains of the country will be taxed to prevent worse suffering. ISvcn when the coal industry was supposed to be running peacefully it was declared, due to its seasonal operation, to be using many more men than should have been employed, with mouths of idleness resulting at times. With CJOO.-O1) wore than necessary now attaeheel to if, in the opinion of Mr. Davis, the situation truly becomes aeute. That is the fact to be faced. It is fundamental instead of being of a temporary nature. The only way to cure the situation is upon the basis that will give prosperity to the coal industry same as to other activities. But surely ways et!u be found to reduce the suffering in the period of adjustment. v,tr(- 1 3 j r. 1 -! - ;;!";. 1 Ittink I i ni -Cr t 1 (l.fpi '..Mr; I. wry t - y : c 'Iriltj. bO'i C.U i: ' '. J. n , I... .;. . M . ' anO llourlon, v.av a re e ion u nn- in tbf( iliere was bo tuue'i nnti';. . t liouilit and coi-fpri vlven to recreation ronvi niMieee. ' f b-heve that v. o ennet ci.Tt, ,.-.- ujiii t rm in fur-n r Mfi;;"!c o;j r 'jAr. r -f 'i r ilasebyll pa r I .-. co..,t '.cry Jjttir. in fact. j-njr-. e-'lous J'roraiii of tport faciiiUf.s could l.e ina'i-Stiratetl, insta!!eJ ;,- i-u pr i.-ed for a f.-w millions of 'loliai:-. 'e tiiurt ii I an;' rn.-. A fj-caer ; o tab 1 ' f '.ir-y ish! lire l.'t i- u' i a Sut f-j' ks. . ! er i-y r. ;:v; j'ja's. on'y fo j'.-c r; f,j. ; M the earn:nj ;-ro-es.- e".'ta en. I 'ii' c aH r.;h i V. I.H-iiin: ('! Tillies. a i!'J to ! Jhf '1 i" T'lis ju-lsc- mav Know hr r,.-r !.,5 to learn rrore who foMo'.'.s h:a ijit Ms" a''Oi;t !he toning ns- of r-ro!": n'y an J come into t!i- faith that v. c are on swU u sound bui?.n5s i.ti.si- m th.'3 'jcun'ry that we an -J . i-it'-rr. to I'll t; birr!; tai-; of I ice is iik-- !y to hac latft'-a.-nt : AeconJitts to 1. nuciUoos goo-i tio-f I'i'ia lcjran.J. i !h n creRtionat fdciluif-s here i.ime as our oi'.n touri. ts do of I lie i-tay aihauta;s of .sue-, eiiie as thosf j naitivu. I MMMUdi.ib o. ( iir ru.-l ti""' bet. In every line lit at makes a city a good one in whjeii to She. They have a right to pride in their great industries and in their adanr- in educational facilities. But they at?j should he able to voint v.-jrh j.rHc to Iroviy;on for recreation. . experience. It's ii.tn;;-nu. rt-.t.tn- i of the division of statistics of the een- mi'ii'iai ' a us, :.s o'itput from arrieulturc. tnin- in; and nm nu f :t- tun n ha.? c i'eat-. l.iicsMn. . i i .3 L'rcajp,i in tl'js '.o jntry in tti las Iaci - ;.-c it.ci; h n nrii-.- ; : t ions i 2 y-ars f'rere is fcry srool reac-on to that (lu'i'i mean m ueii. Vr. HrdticKa of ! t-elic. e prosper! is at last on a per- THE DEATH OF IBANEZ. th" Smithsonian ttisiitution. speaking iefore a convention of scientists, says the white rar? will rontinuc to le i'i-trior ovt a!! others nrilCFS millions are wiped out hy a great disaster or epidemic lie might say the nhitc matfiit haii5. Kesotutioni. Doing the best t. e Knee how rach day is touch better than adopting' any elaborate ropolul ion.". Wc never Itno'v I '-ace remain '!"in:iiaiit to long as; today what set of rircumptancM ma r.i'c v ;:t not meant tn hae a last ins i it deserves to rcina:n d..)riiinant b'3- ' "l"J- "iat the .:pani.-l! auilior, uicentc i eauso of superior bclunior. The white Khaeo lou'icz, was ill on the Trench Kiviera were folloivr-d mi fjni.-kly .y i, u (j-aiii th.at th.- ncs came as a .shock. Daebhod from Spain because of bis antipathy to the throne and the dictator, the. novelist was; ne-.fr lost in I he politician in the popular imagination. His sfalemanthin never appealed as did hir fiction. It will be as the novelist and insfirer of motion picture dramas that he will be remembered. As men of letters live today, he was. young with large potentialities for future work. He was only 6 1. He 1 i.-id accotnpli.-hed i,ii;eh. To those who belitue "The Four Hor .-.euojti of the Apocalj pso "is loo J ami Sand," and "Mare Nort ruin" are the turn of bis works, eleven other major olumes translated into Knslish may be jire-eiited. His other writings are voluminous. Volitiea! pampldctecrlns was an art with bini; Juj Hooded Spain v ith outgivings, circulated under the surfp.ee but ; . allin.i; to the government. His I'OpuIai ity in this country v as wide. His books have circulated on even terms with those of our own outstanding men and women. It was known that he was r.t work on an ambitious novel; the newr, from Vcntonc is that it wii! not be published. This will be matter for r-ur-f. No Spaniard in our times has bad recognition i-urb cs was von bv 'banc. conf rottt. u.t tomorrow". Wait until those circumstances come before j ou make resolutions about bow vou are monopoly on civilisation. Leadership ! goin to met th-ni. Tn 'he meantime is earned and it i; h.-M, either Py na- 1 be calm. Jmzvers to Questions This paper supports ia Wasiiingtoo, I). C. the largest free information bureau in existence. It will procure for you the answer to any question ou may ask. Avail jourself of i t -3 facilities for your seit-linprovr tuerit. Knclosc a. two-cent stamp for return postage. Address the lMtttbur-h Post" biT.ette Information Bureau, Frederic J. Haskln, Director, Washington, 1). C. Q (J. Jfoic much, mo'try it takm in l'j t box vfjives of motion picture theaters in one mar? IV. . A. It is estimate.! that more tiiati $150..''mi.000 are received ycar'y in the L'tuted states and Canada. The total early receipts throughout the world! exceed Jl,.i0u.0et0.ei0f. (,' Ifov; Irjnj j. ill it take to finish a!vc;jia the a- 1' . 7. . ; A. It will piubai.ly tko to to four, we,-J-5 to complete the. wivjjm; of! ih submarine, jf h0 v. eat her is favor- ; NO GUARANTEE FOR THE RECKLESS K-; : -in? il.v f.-.ta ! laf t j it. r, v ith a i. rue Coroner Mcdnair come v-cmei'l. 10 A inerease ia those . to the cn(du..iou V H hnt .tic ((;.. pr,.prt,ovs tor ilu i'-nl icoif.au t-jilnw? P. I'. A. TP... .-'oeiel v of 1 lire, .tc.fi. of Pb;. -;i a I K-iucati.iti s t f.it-ti, e,,, fofowb.a ; .-'. n l.ir i . Ifeish-. f)y.i., i-ie n v- l.v..oi eny eoi:niy,,f . , 3 S in..b,,.. ;.,,, pf ,;, t of traTic, ! inches h.--.; Ith ... 1 n e an in that only v.r.y to check this ase of life i. t.. teach "s'lch. a thin; a safety in ti ls world of ours i-absolute delusion." That bo did not mean thh any narrow, fatalistic n-nso seni.s indicated .v very tact that he cai!s. for eiore instruction by which j such deaths may be avoided. It is difficult to ! cuarantco safely inn'., r tunny condition--, t.-it ; licedin? the rules for it- - those of carefulness Is constantly saving lives. I'.abt s left t- thcniievrs would soon peii-h, but pare.ito fibb; I.oms. of ; . 1 ' to maiiiritj. The careful au'o drit'T usunlly i,,a;. to assured of safety, alihou.-h there- are th in which be may suffer by the r-chh.-sncs.-i of tit hers, i Hie rt h of that ! hip-., l.i on h- s: Of Ufper :i t IPeC Hie! , H s h 0 U 1 ! e r -. 1 t . 7 i.'l'h of ..,;om. S r, lii :ies; .1st. 1' I 5 in'!ie; bresid'tl of mei.. v ; ;r- 't f.f 'i i ' h ff 1 I " 3 mche..; cirt'i ;n. !" 1 oich ; - . t 1 of t . . ,, ; ani forearm. f.; inch'-.'. rr Si : IS of t !,' COfJ? The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Offers a Booklet On Recipes for Canned Foods. Canned foods lend themselves so readily to successful salad making that c". ery housekeeper should endeavor to have in reserve a small stool; of the fslt, fruits, and vegetables, for ih.; emergencies v. hich rise in even the most perfectly manair.'.l household1-. nut. to do this will need the recipe book let on lann.i foods which the Fosl-(Pizcttr. Wcishington Information Kureati has for ifurbuhon. This fnnkfl tell.'. hnw to prepare C. jahils r.'i I ;o d.fferent s.-'lad drcta- V:-Th-Inf " 11 1- ,J r.t t si oinarc sa;ii-ij eic-l, ryn'nfli frrr . t o.-. 1 1111 r 'y hi N h.J'tlhl.l. T .-' 1. '..-. : ; C O ' . '- ' ' '. .1. . V It" d ; '. V !. j !,,,. ; . lie " W ri 1 AM . 1 i -f -i. n. 1 11 rector, :i r. . u r.urfau. n. Le '. -S hei C- ; I, fejlir st.-ioip-. for a .onv i 1 f the i!!o r.t-: A N N ' .1 1 T "i Jl 'IT ror: If it cannot be agreed tlmt satfiy 1,- j. there will at least be enc-ral asse-Dt to tb tion that tt;e-ie can bo no suarant- 10 the abroad. reel. ea n ley.-. Neiih. safetv a!w;. i n b-luslon, j proposi- i of it ' I 1 C'r. lesSIl r.j5S is st: '-e. t he rare. o- of 'ri.fe.i of 1k, -ate. ' - Ill - I '.. I"' Ill- 1. i 1: ri' T R ji ina. 1 s;a ie siiinto 'l'e I. Ii: ..c ; - on M i a- WHERE PITTSBURGH NEEDS TONING UP All who tiaic talked with the rittpburghera who made the tour of (iulf and other Southern cities :omc months a?o bae been iniprcssed by tloir cntbusiaem over the appearance and recreational facilities of the places tbey visited. The main purpose of the tour was of a business nature to develop a spirit of mutual benefit In anticipation of tho completion of the canalisation of the Ohio, furnishing a i-cat wafer-way from here to the flulf. This part of tho mis gupn was eminently successful, but the I'it tsbu r gbors. also brlns back a valuable report on their Impressions of the cities visited from a rlvic standpoint. They ar talking of zoological gardens and playprounds ai trell as of airports and wharf development'. Catch the significance of it. Kvery business visitor to rittjburph also gets lmprrsslons to carry away with him In addition to those directly related to hi" object. Pittsburgh has many Impressive sights of a civic and cultural nature In addition to its great industries. From the IMttabursh Carnegie Institute have gone forth Influences of a world-wide character; as, for initance, those of tho international exhibitions of art. This district, tis the one 1tt w li io'i v. ere fought the battles that determined that, this country hou'd he ruled by the Knsllsb speaking Instead of e Latin, Is full of historic Interest. No city of its Azt baa a better school plant than Fittsburph. At o. "irlth the gctjulrement of ground for two new county pnrks, "e are awakcnlr? o the peej of greater recreational facilities. Hut. we Mill have .1 considerable distance to en in thia respict. nnd we would tie stacdiDS 0llr " li?ht If we did not weleoine rrry word rrgirsr us toward the 10a!. Mark thse Tordtl of A. W. Robertson, who va- chairman of the ciulf tourists: My ridc in Pittsburfh ban often been hurt bv criticisms which I have heard from other ful. 15 ut there is alwais th0 fa t. to Tall back upon th.at safety methods have ste:l,jy frren r-'Iueins ca .unities in t ';. well to-ina-ed icdu-l n-T. Tins should be r mph.isize.i m e'.ery li'M-o- for the Sr,.j dents in and about the Io nics in AMcijbtny county-last year reached tl,e n'linticr of 2 " . ireaer ca re. fulness is the only rerr.erty. H'Cdles. r)e.5 .simply add ;o the peril.-. A BENEFIT TO HUMANITY. Contracts ju t awarded for i in pro enioh's. to the F'iti sburgh wlfare j.lant at Myyicw a-sui'e that this city's responribilitie? to the unfortunate will be tii' t in a. way to appeal to procroKive buma.iitarians. The first work will bo done nt prices below the estimates, according to Mrs, Knoeh llauh, director of welfare, which means that funds will be available for further needed betterments whuh were considered out of the uucrtion when the ?2,50O, .) people's bond issue v as passe.. A new administration buildin-r. additional hospital space and rtp;:irs to the present buildings will now be poesihle. , modernised group will be the result. All this spells advantage to I'ittsbur?'!. Here the city cares for the weak of body and the distressed of mind who cannot be provided for on their o'nn or private resources. The challenge is to mercy as well as to moral obligation. My taklni? Itr up in vigorous spirit. Pittsburgh maintains i's position with the forward-looking communities of dm country. The home and hospital now hme aboi;t ",'!!) bed?. After the new accommodations are in operation there will be room for l.Ooo additional patients. Facilities v ill likewi.-e be provided for nurses, employes and for fire protection. In addition there will be features which will make for the comfort of the general population there, such as kitchens, cafeterias, laundries and other rnnvt uienc. s. I Fact a Day . I 'bout Pittsburgh Streets tiinl Sid e irtiU:--. How to Keep Pell By DIE W. . tAb. mi: 1111:1 1 : nut )! 1 1 hAl.lH. In si'al.ii; h. fore tic Tim tl ilace F'-t teriont i onfei t ic e recently ;st 15utt! t.'reeU. Hust-ni' 'I'. Lb'.-i n noted some; one as fa Mils that in cider that a pe rson should Ihe long and m rooj he;-i:h, th'Tf- v er,. thr...- r'j-iiz-ilc. Ho .should lc limber, loving: and a hMk: lit loony, t.et u discuss the three "L's ' b parali.l.e. in sunsiaiiee, w th.it u 10' permit himself to bt-This imriiea st-veral ' - til :1 !:' OOl. t "lot Pit tsh 11 rg h esque The tit st. . ,o should ome ' ' i 'T. I re I e- r.-f . :.oi : I K n e x v ! 'Hir: . - -:2C- 11 1. 1--'"; of f-av rd ? are f. . 1 0 s'rer.s and eeiuro f those in r,' 1.- .-.. V1 est .. 00.. 'I'li is .I'.i .". j- iii'ii. ni.ies. In t?e, an i.-il'-no- c amount : . 11 1 i i k ; tiect ssj ry . Th-s year, for t-xritoplc. the ..iepi't-urt w ill rtncA' no lest, ; tian o')t -et of i (..ard a airs and c. jlS Jn ,if- sici o T,-.e..., i3 ,,: ... jii'ii. nines. In feior.' ear's rl the city . y.e. 1-011.':..'- the ;- tj.ej.. t e l.'.'.r' TS mhs of ". i'l inclu !e s.j.v f.;,-t of stops. ; o'l.iit ..rid 1 r;r K si-'-'- a ..'ks. and st , : . 7 , -1 o feet of c rossw a 'ks, I ft . t f. f f. o t.ctins- to the peeiihar I :-o,;r;i phy j of thre--plank crosswalk-, and 31,071 ef I t -.!;, c'-. ;ui .-id! I'tircau .is r(-- ; fet o.f t m phink. crn:, , n !Ks. 'tii:r.'i in cot. ri e. i.., i;t3 .i;f, nr;-i;l AhlKm't the first sidewalks in the j of the df t-ri rl oie t1 1 of li,;!-:t,..-r s an I .city's his'e.Tv " r.- cf In ! k or ,qra-,el, ; se -a . rs. This i. t e diision ,.f t-c.dr.J- ! Cif; cirfstones w squared timbers, j -vnlK'i an i si-ps. I's function t to i An early or-Imaneo specified that such tahe care if the v- rk of irM.,o-i Itimhers were tbe proper ttiiiyirs for I s-il'-it v alks an 1 s'fis by r.!,icli i-: J. s- . c.jri m- jtrians i.-.p.j .'..-. e,j I tsl. urh'a ' The fo---t ia,e! streets were sur- illlHily jilils. ' f.'le i wjtil obt.!es:,,nes. I .a I e r, -t.O'l I Ac -ordimr lo !:. M. a rmyt rotiar. en - j was ue.j for surfacing. 'Jne of the '; mincer in chaise of t'ii; .fiviSiCii -f . citv's historians relates that this lay ;the .! -art merit of hiy hw ays and t when wood-pav ing became the Mijje i.vvc-ts, tliere are m t);s cit-- 130 nv.l-.s ' pluny;...! Hie city into enormous iC--bt. i of boardwalks ;.isd steps. i;.ieli e.r. J faster came asphAlt paving and cement iin ord' r that fle-v may l-e. ft f'-r pan- ' sidewalks. Todays of Other Years IIRO.M I'OMHLTTt lil t?) The deficit of .V1;,C,('0 a.ceu m u la i e.i by iho cbi-aso t)prr;i Company during th'- season is, of course, important. I'.ut it is !i-.idrd among L'.ooo wealthy guarantor?, a less of J 22.". each, on that bash; tho Chicago public enjo;..-! wotob-rful music at com pa rain cly s ! i --' t . f p e n f: to persons ivr'l able ir carry tlie burden. Tics Cross or Iloyaea. the highest, decoration in tho i-'ift of Colombia. p,,i- l.i-oi added t.o those Colorod I.i ndb'Tgli is pen i lo-.-. d to wear. No one now attempts to keep score on these honors. York. F'.-i. . boasts it iii:-'m ; one fifth of the world s ci-ars which retail for a nick.-l. May its production grow to a point, that woibl have satisfied 'lie late Thomas It Key Marshall: An Investigator after working for a year says that some school children are honert. under certain conditions and others dishonest. They sonii to be just like folks. Daniel Willurd, head of Co- Halt itiioro and Ohio, -aid on his ' . 7 1 it birthday Iti.-.t hi -. iewplnt w as that of i nan .".0. He is yoi;ner thtiti many college students. Thursday . Jitnuat y U". 18'iS - Fire ni t.'iiicago causes loss of $.y.ivj. I I i IS bit rod 'll'cej j,l Nev Tnrk te Mop ouaokery. Pli'.tocray lis cf ?.000 eol-d.ers addresse. to women sent to Dead i.eiter office. Wednesday, January T.ft, 1 S7 S Mca?:., . res i fimn Tn i. into Mi M. o and destroy to-.-.ns. Newspapers and ali'.H'iioa in I'lttsimi s'n oh.ic t to prof. sKsional jury nien. Monnay , fiiinjary '.',. j SS Husscy biiil-ling, l-'if.li avenue, an! llislace grocery in I liamond alley. Pittsburgh, r.-c-.ed by flr . Two hundred children e:caf.. when tiro razes hospital in N'ew York'. Western Theological Seminary. Allegheny, rar.'d by tiro. Sunday, ,l:nur- ". t Sr'8 Spa n s.h warship:, le,-ie Spain for Cubic Six 1 'ittsbursthi'is cruise in South Pacific o ran to rrt 40,0'JO.eeo treatitire. Ono httndred .irondobi railroad cars will be built in l.I'.eiomsburs;, pa., for t-'outh Africa. Thur-tl.i.-', January SO, I COS Zero ifmperatinv in Pittsburcb. J'.altimre A tihio ileiectives hunt for ear thieves m Pittsburgh. Handits slc-a JIl.inlO from express ,-ompaiiy in Manstie,. c. Wednesday. January SO. 1!! Ice gorges in -Mononsa'u la river threaten rum to valley, four mine tipples destroyed, steamer Fnhe-rt Jenkins sunk. County commissioners plan hospital for eontairious cases in Pittsburgh. Heavy nnow smothers coal mines and i-hok'5 traffic. Making the Day 1 MI A N JON I'S M. 1. f hier anU t carl co, t r.r 11. l.iiui-.. 1 ? " . Puiean c! IPrrilllfl Mill f re .'11 S. j tst ie.,. Pen: Vital statlni..i ... lv?n n t V -ll.jileoa tor The fir:- airman to be rent to jail wa ejuick ly ifkased o;i bab'-as corpu- proceed in c-', but 1-e row-knows how a lord with c! ppid wines feels about it. n:.mr Jo' r-'.oii of California, recks an inquiry in'o the tele;, hope busine-p. This may be the re'ult. of a wrong number experience. Loim in n.i 1 as a women of 3'J who nf if r heard of Llndbcrrh. She i aeaint bobbed hair, too. It. may be the tudden re enforcement, of a. friend's heartening words that givci. us a new outlook ou life, the stimulus wc need to go ahead. They who deliberalely shut themselves off from contact with their kind, deprive themselves of the best of ionics. The lift we need may come with the timely message of a b-tter. Cood noR-p, whether of happiness that lias befallen ours. Ives, or the felicity that is .mother's portion, has power to bring the sunlight hack into our beclouded heavens. The day is "made.'' for us by cheerful greetings in the morning, by the sense of a task ahead that is worth the doing, by a playtime that ha3 been lichly earned through hard, productive labor that preceded it; it is made by the knowledge of our usefulness to ot here. Th" weal-; and the ill may have that, consolation: the sick ii.-d of tho shut in may freipientiy radiate more that is curative than a whole cabinet, of medicines. Since the difference between content and disappointment can be to,,,.,-, iy flJ reany little things, as well ss large affairs, how important if i.? that as we go along Life's broad highway we thould deal bountifully in those acts and words ot kindness that help our follow pilgrims and all whom w encounter, in the brief journey it is from dawn to eventide. r any of those minor d'sorbis, f...al tiif ect t. ,n.e. l: ro. in:- pairs t by- v bat-Mor liainet, nor any of 1 be joint disorders that, jto by tho names of rheumatoid, rheumatism.-, ceuralgias, or- gout. The joints must not bo allow ed to income stiff or "stove up,'' crooked or creaky. ! implies that .i mau should indulg.-' jn snob play as will -Keep join':; nvbile. and his muscles supple for hon. It In'plios that lie should retain his peer of coordination and his skill in doins things wnh hi", nvisvles. That ho should retain his wind and h 3 endurance. The sc. on-1, in subs! in.:?. means that the mau must live a hygienic mental life. He mutt refrain from worry, anxiety, insomnia, and other bad mental habits. 11c must l-.eop Ins emotions w hob-some. The third was "a little bit loony." That means t hat the aerao man gets along bet:, r if lie does net. take life over rcrious'y. t menus that wit and humor are powerful aid.s when life ia a little- rocky. H means that lift- is a good deal of a. joke, and that the fellow that sees it. a little bit that -..ay will pe longer a.s will as happier for so doing. F.ut there is a limitation. The regulation ia "a little bit loony.'' Prof. Field, ii.,- Yost, i-pe .-.lunar !nn l he same piatfoim. said in las opinion, the most important rcquisiie for a good, competitive athlete was whohso-ne emotions. Kvery person m Vest's audience expected loni to t.ni how necessary a good stronar body was for success in playing football. They expected him to tell how to keep the muscles tit. Instead of th.at he argued that wholesome emotions were, above all. tierccsnry for a good football team. He put love near th" top of his list of rc'iuirr merits. Lo'. e of hi school, his teammates, arid love of fair play. Courage and dogge I determination to hold on when success vi an running against y ou were other emotional nualitica I bo importance of 'a hi'-h tie stressed. Pains in ( bcsl. M. rt. writes: 1. Why is salt eliminated from the .bet of both high and low blood pressure patients' -. Coulfl a severe pain in the e-hert when walking fast, or uphiii, he caused by congested bronchia! tubes? PK'Pt.V. 1. Kidney t rouble; is s'oicraby associated with high blood pressure. A diet, that is rich in salt is hard on the kidneys and promotes dropsy. I know of no reason for eliminating sab from the diet in low blood pressure. C. It im possible. Have your physician examine both your heart and lungs. The symptom is more su L-y e; 1 1 p of tivublo wOh the first named organ. C-ipyr'sht. !.-. r d h in c j r- - -1 , m 1 'ir Jits es,"- A ..All .t. nl . W's. 'Tin Pan Alley." Pittebui-glt cotisiiiners of too songs of the day may be interested In the roll owing notes oo "Tin Pan Alley," contained in a letter from Joe Hiller. whoso Horatio Alger rise from Pittsburgh newsboy to pro-fessional manager of a large New York music publishing house has already been told. " 'Tin Pan Alley' got its name on Twenty-Eighth street. About 2$ years nx all the music publishers were located on this street and they did i. voi v thing imaginable to attract attention, either; by having a singer baliyhooing from the window or having a phonograph. poundiD? away on their particular songs. "That s where the name. "Tin Pau Alley,' came from. Later on a song writer by the name of Alfred Bryan wrote a song entitled "The Song Bird of Melody Lane,' and for a. long time afterward the name of 'Tin Pan Alley' was forgotten and instead it was called '.Melody Lane." The czar of 'Tin Pan Alley' dur ing that period was Harry Von Tilzer. Charles K. Harris was another hit-h'.i-ht. but bo started his activities in Milwaukee, where he wrote and published 'Aft.-r the Ball.' He later moved to New York into the heart .nf 'Tin Pan All.' Then there were William Cobb and Gus Edwards, who wrot 'School Days.' smd Joe Howard, famous for I "Wonder Who' Kissing Her Now.' " -Tin Fan A!!ev' produced many famous stars who rode to fame on the wave of popu la r'sung:-. Among these were Mary Cahill, who sprang into fame from the instantaneous hit. 'Nancy Brown.' and Blanche Ring, who might have been unknown had it not been for 'The Good Old Summertime' and 'Waltz Me Around, Willie." 'Pitts!, tii-ch contributed many masters to 'Tin Pan Alley.' a moo them Victor Herbert, former conductor of the Pittsburgh symphony orchestra. Then from Pittsburgh came Harry Carroll, who wrote 'The Trail of the Lonesome Pine;' Karl Carroll, composer of 'Isle D'Amour," and Fred K. Ahlert (whoso brothers still reside In Pittsburgh) , with 'I'd Love to Fall Asleep and Wake Fp-in My Mammy's Arms' and 'In Sb.adowland.' Strange to say, all the Irish and 'mammy' songs were written by Jewish boys such as Jean Schwartz, Leo Friedman and Fred Fisher; and the Jewish comedy songs were practically all written by Irish boys eucli as Alfred Bryan and Joe McCarthy. " Tin Ft'.n Alley' has the distinction of having Introduced Jame J. WalKor. mayor of New York, who during his brief stay In that locality produced that hovf r-to-be-forgottcu ballad, 'Will You Love Me ;n December As You Do in May?'" Pittsburgh Girl a Sono- Writer. j Apropos of the letter cpuoted above, it is recalled that Mrs. Hiller its something of a sous writer herself. She collaborated in writing such i numbers as 'Tmler the Moon" and "And Then You Came Along." al- though the numbers are accredited in, part to "Ev. i;. Lyn." Mrs. Hiller's I maiden name was Kvelyn Silverman.' She lived iu Kenneth square, Oak-! land, and attended Fifth Avenue High school. A Journey for Health. SOU RE GOttvKj LONG 'iilsbiir-hrsipio was sorry to he unable to accept the kind invitation of Kav V.iuehn, secretary of the Pittsburgh Association of Magicians, to be present Friday night at a dinner iu honor of Thurston, the famous ua-:lciaii. Thi.i department's olhtr shirt was in the laundry. The occasion served to recall a night w Ilea t tic writer accompanied :i Pittsburgh magician to a stance. where, inspired by Houdini, bo in-' tended to expose the medium. When j a call c.ime for volunteers to tie that v.-nr! ii ' bands for the bit: 'es cape act.' o-',- friend performed the ib'od so well that, only a half hour of groans ami perspiration on the part of the medium saved the show from being a fizzle. By this time the hostility t,r tho audience was so aroused that the writer, upon being informed that ho was to take "a long Journey" tho next year, saw- no reason lor postponing the start, and. though no mapt-cian, performed a successful "vanishing trick" under cover of darkness. .Vto ON I .c-V ' i ' :!h"l!!iH Salty Spray !tire Sign. Mrs. T Iht - I lav e ;,m sen that crazy man who driven along our street every morning in a Chrysler.' Mrs. Nay bcr No. What does he do that s cra.7': does lie drive over pedestrians without, even saying "Ilxcii.se it. please?" Mrs. Tell;! OU. no; but he's so pout and considerate. He cen -Ioas up to let people pass. The Pathfinder. Knows the Noises. Auto Salesman 1 A c r .!rie a ar? Prospect No, but my neighbor and his wife frequently take us riding and I've often listened to her drive. The Fatbfinder. t The n-v For-1 h-..s ome fr. vrv ' Thete really isn't such a thins a ; characteristics, but o t an bach with- : pollt cal hue. unlets it. a the legendary out an at lack of asthma. , :;t rao'dlc bus. j Anyway, America is the- only treat i " na: white mule that aue.J 1 hose ; nation that t:ses all us diplomatic I mat iucs to desert and follow Sandinv ! skill to keep itself from, gemng mad ' but not the one lie - r.des. i at a small neighbor. I Stevenson said jokes add to matti- : Peactio,, pf ancient Hur.' i el'.ost on , monial felicity. Not that one about visiting- the earth after 'j.eno years: obeying, i "So t'vs is civiir.-.ar en 1 ' i - - - I ' A study of patriotic tourists doubt- The two creat j ariies are much ; less leads Kurope to think America's alike, except tf-.i pepubh.ans fre- ; national air is hot. ejuenil.' ncree. wiM, one another. OU quiets troubled waters, and seemn Correct this henteme: "I'm as care- to have a similar effect on a troubled, ful of the furniture in a botei room," conscience, eald be, "as I am at home." Copyrlsht. YiZ.

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