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PREDICT NO TROUBLE vOVER
CALLING "MOTHER" JONES
Trinidad, Col., Feb. 18. There will
be no clash of authority between the
state of oClorado and the congress of
the U. S. over the request that
''Mother" Jones be subpoenaed as
witness before congressional com
mittee investigating the coal strike.
Believing that the military authori
ties might not produce "Mother"
Jones, who is a military prisoner at
San' Rafael, Chairman Foster tele
graphed Gov. Ammons asking him if
he would direct military authorities
to bring Mother oJnes before the
committee. The governor replied:
"We will obey your wishes, but pre
fer that you subpoena her after you
return to Denver to see her at hos
pital to avoid possibility of trouble.
Chairman Poster indicated that the
committee would not decide whether
to call Mrs. Jones until he receives
the letter from Gov. Ammons.
TWO MONTHS AFTER XMAS
Here it is, hot a great while past
Christmas, and how much of the
Christmas spirit remains at wdrk in
It takes a very little, oh, so very
little, to make a child happy. A flow
er, a candy, a penny toy will do it if
love go with the gift. For the mind of
a child isn't moved by the gift itself,
but by what its imagination can make
of it. And when love prompts, the
imagination simply needs a starting
point; given "that, it will gild its own
So it isn't the expense that ex
cuses neglect to make the spirit of
Christmas the spirit of love, which
is unselfishness permanent
throughout the year.
What excuse have you, if not the
excuse of carelessness?
"Is yours a select neighborhood?"
"I should say it was. On one block
we've six limousines, four Pekinese
pups and one baby carriage." Judge.
GIRL DI.VES RECORD DISTANCE
IN PALM BEACH CASINO
Fredericka A.. Hoyt.
Palm Beach,. Fla.rrtQhe pf the most
daring feats performed here by a
woman iri-the last 20 years was the
diving of pretty 19-year-old Freder
icka A. Hoyt of New York and Phil
adelphia, from the top of the Casino
into the pool below, si distance of 18.
feet. Miss Hoyt is shown here Tid
ing on the handle bars of a bicycle
propelled by young William J. Con
ners, Jr. ;sou of 'Fmgy" Connors of j