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l rift HARTFORD HERALD
SHIP SUBSIDY MS BT
(ID OF IMSE DUCKS"
charterer, agent or master of the
vessel." . ''
" No record rote was taken' and tho
amendment went through by a viva
voce vote of 75 to 17 '
Bill Rushed Through House By senate iiody aVtrovkh
208 to 184 Count By Hardin;
Bl'TliKR FOtl CHIEF CXH'RT
Washington, Not. 29. President
Harding' Ship Subsidy Bill, or what President Harding, to be
Washington, Nor. 28. 'The Senate
Judlcfary Committee today recom
mended confirmation of Pierce But
ler, St. Paul attorney, nominated by
an ' Aftso-
THE TRAGEDY OK LODGE
was left of that measure, went elate Justico' of the Supreme Court.
through the House late today by a
vote of 208 to 184, or a majority of
twenty-four, and the event will no
doubt j.o down in history
greatest "lame duck'' victory on rec
(From the Springfield Republican)
as the' "With a plurality over Colonel Oas-
'ton of only 8,425, Mr. Lodge will bo
a minority Benator In the sense that
. Two hundredand four Republl-! . , .
" i voters of Massachusetts. Mr.
cans and four Democrats stood by nioHs' vote added to Colonel Ons-
the measure While 114 Democrats, ' ton's make a total anti-Lodge vote
sixty-nine Republicans and one So- so far in excess of the vote the sen-
ctallst tried to kill It. Two members nior received that ho can no longer
voted "present" while forty-one profess to represent a majority of the
were absent or paired. I electorate. The majority of his own
The outstanding fact, an examlna-' condtituents have rejected him after
tfoa of the lists discloses, Is that the he had mado a personal appeal to
Republicans who were defeated No- them for another term. He gets the
vembcr 7 for re-election on account term, but it must seem to him more
of their party's record, stood almost Hke a term in the house of correc-
solidly by the Administration they tlon than In the United States Sen-
Sixty-six "lame ate.
ducks" were included In the number
for the bill and but thirteen against.
Harding Putronago Victory
As the leader of the Republican
party In this State Mr.. Lodge ran
' hardly survive tho staggering blow
While It was a victory for Presl- his prestige has received,
dent Harding, the first outstanding Mr. Lodge led his party to a vir
one since he entered the White tual disaster by pressing his own
House he could not have won it claims upon it. After such a bluh
azalnst the odds facing him at the der, his, position is more uncoinforta
outset but for his patronage power, jie, even more humiliating, than It
A White House messenger has would have been had he been ac
gone to the Capitol almost dally tuall) defeated. He retains his of
Eir.ce debate opened with a sheaf of "ce, but the substance of power has
"Presidential subpoenas" addressed left him. He has lost tremendously
to wavering Representatives from In influence In- Washington both In
East and West as reported to the the Senate and at the White House.
President by his leaders. " At home the politicians will no long-
Yesterday the messenger delivered er yield unquestioning obedience to
a i.?zo batch of envelopes to doubt- him. They will nil begin promptly
Ing Thomases of Ohio. Illinois, Kan- searching the horizon for the new
sas and other Western States, lavit- party leader.
A FLAPPER TALE
Ing them . to the White House at
stated periods beginning at 3:30 o'
clock,, and running to 6:30.
have wished Mr.
Prior to yD:30, opposition counted withered and his voice enfeebled by
on mustering at least iz votes.
When they found they were eight dence."
short on today's fiual vote, they prl
vately complimented the President
for picking off their men.
Rushed To Semite
The measure is to be rushed, if
possible, in the Senate. Plans have
been made for the Commerce De
partment to meet Monday morning
and report tho House Bill to the Sen
ate without amendment. A poll, of
th9 Senate indicates to Republican
leaders there IIt be enough votes
to pass the bill there with a majority
of at least two.
Today's debate lacked the spectac
ular finish that frequently marks the
end of debate on important legisla
tion. The opposition continued to
drill at the bill with amendments.
Representative Cramton, Republi
can, of Michigan, spokesman of the
drys, . rallied them against, the
amendment of Representative Ed
monds yesterday denying the sub
sidy to ships which carry liquor. Con
sequently the House, without going
WRECK AM) Ul IX FOR
ANY WET PARTY
We understand that tho organized j
wets are planning to "capture" some'
political party in the next campaign. '
It might as well be understood
nnar that tha rlpva gf thla .nnntrv
U U .. ...... 1. 1 U V ..u .VMUfc.
will absolutely wreck any political
party which declares for beer and
wine and will humiifate any candi
date of that party by an overwhelm
ing vote for the opposition.
If the Republican Party were to'
adopt such a plunk. It would do well
to carry Pennsylvania, New York i
and Vermont, with perhaps a little
show of Rhode Island, New Jersey
If the Democratic Party adopted
such a plank, We seriously doubt
whether It would hold the South.
The objection of the American
people to the beer and wine program
is that it is not honest, that it would
. j ! , . . .i. bring back the saloon and the brew-
' . , .. K11. .ery, that It would multiply. ten times
the amendment from the bill. " ,
m . jover mien iraae in wnisKy, mui 11
RUM BAX BACKED - would flood the country with alcoho-j
v ' IX SHIP SUBSIDY "c beverages and that It would lm-
pose a burden, of not less than flvej
Washington, Nov. 28. Attorney ' billion dollars annually on the Amer-j
General Daugherty's Interpretation lean people. wetnoaist lemperance
of the Volstead law as applicants to Bulletin.
shipping was backed up by the House; m
today go far as American vessels are MOVIE ACTRESS MOP JAIL FLOOR
concerned. No mention was niada' , I
of foreign shps. I Los Angeles, Nov. 30. Twenty-
The action came when the prohibl-' eight speeders were sent to Jail by
tlon Issue was thrown Into the de- police Judges here yusterday, brlng
bRte on the Administration's Ship ing to 250 the total number to re
Subsidy Bill: Representative Buck- ceive Jail sentences in the campulgn
head, Democrat, Alabama, offered a launched' a few days ago to abolish
motion that denied compensation reckless driving by giving offenders
"to any vessel upon which any 11-' terms In the city Jail.
quors or beverage containing mojb Aniuug the offenders were Edythe
than one-half of one per centum of sterling, motion picture actress, who
alcohol by volume are stored, trans- was sentenced to serve five duyg for
tiorted. said or offered for sale, either Trllnir thlrtv.five miles an hour and
within j or 'without the territorial a., B. Ketchell, a member of the
-wuters of the United States." ' Hollywood High School faculty,
Representative Edmonds, Repub- whose speeding of twenty-nine miles
llcan, Pennsylvania, Jumped up with brought him a sentence of two days,
a substitute amendment which was J aflgg Sterling bemoaned the tact
adopted, but which he himself finally that she bud prepared an elaborate
voted against. It reads "compensa- Thanksgiving feast and demanded:
tlon shall not be paid In any respect "when can I begin serving my sen
to any vessel for mileage covered u'P-'tenceT J want to get this over as
on a voyage If at any time during ioon Ra possible."
such voyage Uquor for beverage pur
poses (the sale or transportation of
which on land is prohibited by the
national prohibition act, or any act the Jail
tn amendment thereof, supplemental ,
thereto, or In substitution therefor)
lias been transported on the vessel
with the knowledge or consent ot the
owner, charterer, agent, or master
of the vessel, or sold on the vessel
by or for the account of. or with tho
knowledge, or consent of, tho owner,
"Right now," replied the Judge.
A short time later Miss Sterling
was set to work mopping floors lu
EYES EXAMINED FKEE!
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By FANNY RICHARDSON
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Flop was so tired Hint she didn't
enre much what hnppened, which
meant that nothing would happen, he
cnuw one nsunlly has to hop around a
bit to kfop the old world stirring. So
she found a quint corner sheltered be
hind a Inrge pnlm leaf plant anil
through the chinks watched the
Drentnlly slip pictured herwlf sITdlnit
;t!iout on the llimr, a vlv.'icloiis little
flapper with flaunting skirts nnd fly-a-wny
beaus hovorlns nliout her. "The
life of the party" lie hud nlwnys been
called. She sighed and unconsciously
murmured out loud : "It's a great Ufa
If you don't wpnken."
"It sure In."
Flop turned' her holihcd head in an
loiilKlitiient. It was evident that she
wus not alone behind Hie palm loaf
plant. A young man, n tow-beaded
person she had never seen before, was
sitting beside her, looking absently nt
She kept getting sleepier until, final
ly, she OiotiKlit she was resting on a
The Inst of the dancers were lenv
Ing. Flop opened her sleepy eyes to
find herself propped lip In n rather
cozy manner ngnlnst the tow-headed
hoy. Flop managed a rather stupid
"What" and gased lit him, open
nioutlied.' Ho turned and said in a
matter-of-fact tone, "Shall we go,
Flop's hend was still sonring In pink
clouds. She mnnnpred n "Yes." Then
slip stammered: "But Jim was going
to take me home. He brought me. I
hid .- . -. you see, I wad so tired of
"That's nil rlht," said the young
man. "I guess Jim has gone. There
nre only two couples left. lie pml.
ably IooUpiI for you. but we nre pretty
welj screened In here."
lip disappeared to get her wraps.
Almost immediately the youn; man
returned with her wraps and they
were soon briskly walking on the
street. Flop sn!d not n word for two
blocks. Then sirMenly she murmured:
"It's rather late. Isn't It?"
"Ralher," said her companion.
Another lilork . . . silence.
"Don't you think this Is rather Im
proper?" she queried softly.
, "Rather," was the answer.
Two blocks . . . silence.
"That Is my house. The one with
the slant Ing roof und the high fence."
"May I see you again?"
"Yes ... but why?"
"I know . . . but . . . you're
so difTerenPfrom the other girls . . .
thpin flappers ... so quiet nnd
softlike . . . the others nre too
noisy . . . nlwnys on the go . . .
never tired ..."
At this Juncture Flop's sleepiness
. As soon as she had climbed Into her
soft bed she knew the reason why.
What had he said? He liked 'em tired
nnd softlike . . . the others were
too noisy . . . funny . . . and she
had said Friday night. What would
she do? He would find out Friday
that she was noisy, always on the go,
ton. Slip hurled her face In the pillows
nnd sobbed. '
It was seven o'clock Friday night.
Flop was putting the finishing touches
to her hnlr In front of her bedroom
mirror. "Pnrn!" she said to the re-,
flection. "I can't help It. I've tried
everything. Walked nlmost all day In
hoh-nnlled shoes on rough roads . . .
spoiled my nails working In the gar
den nil week . . . but I don't feel
the least bit tired ... I feel Just
ns peppy ns nny flapper In the town,
und lie said he liked them soft nnd
Suddenly she had an Idea. Her eye
fell on a pair of small, pretty pumps
lying under the bed. fflie would put
them on because they made' her feet
pinch nnd her hend ncho.
At eight o'clock a -rosy young lndy
answered the tinkle of tho door bell.
Blip was sorry slie was tired, she ex
plained to the young man on the door
step. She had wulked a long way thut
afternoon anil her feet were sore and
she had cut her finger on the brend
knle. They went Into the parlor and for
an hour sat soberly talking. Of course
she coutdn't play with the sore finger,
nnd dancing was out of the question.
Finally she could stand It no longer.
Murmuring nn apology, she rushed out
of the room with amuzing swiftness
for one with sore fet.
Two hours later, they were still
dancing to the tune of the vlctrola.
She had not been able to remove the
brend cut ... It was a natural oc
currence, but she had changed her
shoes. They seemed to laugh con
stantly together . . . nnd noisily.
"Say." he said suddenly, "do you
mind If I tell jrou, but I thought you
acted rather queer the first putt of the
evening . . . you were tired, weren't
He looked dt her admiringly. "Say,"
he blurted out, "do you know what a
peach you are? I like 'eiu noisy with
lots of pep. And speaking of flappers,
you're the nicest little flapper I know."
Flop pulled hi nose and laughed. In
wardly she said, "Aren't men pe
"I think you should have told mo
about your divorce before you married
"Why, ah Is out of m life, dearie."
"Afaybo . but her alimony Isn't"
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Apples, Oranges, Bananas,
Grapes, Lemons, Pears,
Hot and Cold
AS. It TATE'S
Hot and Cold
Lowest prire in town on Cigarettes.
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DOG TAG FOR 1923.
For the benfit of the dog ownors of Ohio County, I wish to say that
the Dog Law has not been repealed, as soma think. You are required
to get your tags on or before the first day of January. Send by mall
$1.02 for tho first male dog and $2.00 for each subsequent male dog, nnd
$2.02 for tho first female dog and $4.00 for each subsequent female
dog, also give the following information viz:
Your Post Office Address
Your Voting Precinct
Breed or Kind ofpog :
Male or Female
Age of Dog ,
Color of Dog
, V-f ';t"V'' vM-; I' ) Gl'Y UAXXEY,
-.. -.. .-s-ci 1 Clerk Ohio County Court.
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