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every day I've turned away lots -who
wanted ttf ride."
The success -which. In the last day
has taken Mrs. Gibson from the seat
of the driver In her own car and
placed her in an executive position at
a desk is not a part of the business
JOBLESS MEN AND JOB BROUGHT
Br s c&?- B
He v J. Kt22je
Rev. J. B. Kirbye, pastor of Ply
mouth church, Des Moines, la., has
no time to preach about the unem
ployed, or the cause of unemploy
ment He's too busy' just now finding
employment for jobless men.
Through a newspaper aa, Kirbye
invited the jobless men of Des Moines
to meet him at his church. He also
invited a committee of business!
men to come and meet the job-seekers
and to give them jobs if possible.
Many of the men were given work
and the conferences between the
business men and the men seeking
work will be continued, during the
that she particuarly relishes. She
enjoys being out in the open and pre
fers to drive.
"Or else I should like to be home
with Dorothy," she continued.
"Of course, I know that she has
the best-of care. I have found a dear
old lady who needs a home and she
is kindness itself. I go home to lunch
and then," she laughed, "I telephone
out a hundred times a day to see if
Dorothy is all right.
"But I'm glad when the day is over
and I can get back to the house. I
have lots to do. I make all my clothes
and the baby's, and then I play on
the piano while my husband plays the
clarinet, and we have loads of music
in the evenings."
Whether Mrs. Gibson, the most-talked-of
young person in the new jit
ney service, which is itself the most
talked of question before the Kan
sas City public now, can-keep up
so versatile a home program as busi
ness cares press upon her, cannot be
But there is not a shadow of a
doubt that her plans and ambitions
for the jitney service win never lag.
She is assured of a great increase and
growth' in the organization. She says
they have had unlimited capital of
fered and applications from any num
ber of financiers of high standing. It
is, however, not the idea of its organ
izers to found another monopoly. She
declares the fares will never be raised
above a nickel,
It's always to be a "jitney" service.
When Broadway smiles, the De'il's to
The Broadway damsels live to flirt;
So keep the "straight, and narrow
And stfun the straight and narrow
skirt New York Mail.
William Boselager, eleven years
old, of East St. JLouls; at a recent
spelling match spelled 1,400 words,
without aa error, in eleven hours.