MILLIONAIRE'S SON IS
"Let Him Lie There" Says His-
0 Father, When Told of Son's
' ' Predicament.
,u Bellingham, Wash., Nov. 18.
The son of a millionaire, sur
rounded bv luxury on all sides,
with more spending money in
ga' day than the average hoy has
-2 during a lifetime, Fred Nolte, 16,
wes the object of envy among his
f."boy companions and the idol of
."school girls of the'eommunity.
' Why should a boy like that be
s come a burglar?
That's the question agitating
,,the minds of Bellingham people
toda)', following young Nolte's
confession that he burglarized a
store of this city. He lay for, a
"" .we-ek in the county jail under an
alias before confessing his iden
tity. "Let him lie there;" said Mill
ionaire George Nolte coldly when
notified that his son was in jail.
''Then the lad made a clean
breast of it all.- Now he must go
to work in a gravel pit on L'ummi
island. His conduct wiil be re
ported to the court and if he vio
lates his release he will be com
mitted to the reform school at
If you think the publications of
the agricultural department are
f(5r the farmer alone
yow are far from
right. Many of the
bulletins' .are excel
lent.readirig for city
folks. Send to Un
cle Sam for the bul
, letins and learn
what the govern
ment has learned
about chickens, backyard gard
ens, food values, etc. The author
of many of the bulletins is Harry
A. Harding, who studies the sub
ject and experiments with it at
the New York experiment sta
tion. Also he is a health specialist.
New Mexico was admitted be
cause she was so sure to be Re
publican. And then went Demo.-"
cratic-the old hypocrite! -u
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