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I 4 - THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, KRIDAY, JUI.Y 9. 1920.
ITH E STAN DA R D-E XAMINER
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I THROWING MEN INTO PRISON
ndignanl because Presidenl Wilson commuted the sentence of
John Dorsej from eight years to four years in prison Judge K. M.
Lam l is- lias scored the president.
' I wonder what frame of mind he must have been in," said
Ju'dge Landis, "to em suc h a sentence.','
Judge Landis is one of bur besl federal judges. He is a man
ol' hinh ideals, hni ln is h. -artless on the In-ndi. Lie first came prom
inently before the public as tin- judge who penalized the standard
ii company $29,000,000 for violation t the (Sherman' anti-trust law-Tin-
penalty was declarod i scessive by the higher court and the big
monopoly escaped Bn1 iliis ac t of Judge Landifc Had a salutary
effect and. from that da standard Oil and other powerful enncerns
indulging in destructive tactics have had more respect for the law.
Bu1 Judge Landis. in their particular ease, ntaj err in severity.
More and more the thoughtful and sympathetic men on the bench art
Kfttins nway from the idi a "i a justice which knows iuir pity or com
passion, The old prompting was w ipe out crime by remorseless pun
islrment. Then grLeat men, with hearts and sonls. discovered thai
throwing offenders into prison, there to spend endless days caged
h.s are wild animals in captivity, Mid then- to sliriv.-l in mind ami
waste in body, neither made men better nor lowered the percentage
of crime They diseovercd that the bighesl BerviKe fco Tunnanin was
to save rather than destroy and tln-y proceeded to ryvArse the old
order of tiimga and deal with the criminal as a human being who.
iii part, is the victim f influences over, which he has no control
They began to tie vis.- ways and means to reform tb lift up. to remake
Judge Landis, we take it would have none of this softness of
heart He belongs t, the school that preaches against compassion and
iii caating Hie lawbreaker into prison, says;
"There! Let bun rot, if he may. I now dismiss this criminal i
from my mind The inexorable law oi an eye for an eye and a tooth
for a tooth must prevail I have done m dtffcj Whal care I for
brainstorms, heartaches regrets repentance remorse' Math em at ic-1
ally, 1 prescribe Hp minutes, tin- hours, the days, the years One max
fatten on the sentence, Another may die in anguish. The law knows
no discrimination, considers no variation iii temperament, has no
fine sensibilities with which to weigh the aouls of men, and, having
ytreseribed the punishment. I am as relentless 1"
COX SHOULD ANSWER
Trouble looms ahead for Governor Jaines, M Cox, ami. perhaps,,
for Senator Harding. Richmond P Hobadtf, the kissing congressman
from Alabama, who, with Bryan, led the fighl for prohibition a1 San
hYaneiseo, has sent the Democrats candidate a telegram, asking him
for a strong statement opposing an . el fort of cOngreai to modif
the Volstead act to p.ermil a greater alcuholic content lb liquors, J
Inasmuch as the Cox i pie an Icuowu to be a "little bit wet'1
and there is some uncertainty .is t.. what the Democratic nominee
would do if elected, the man from D.ivlun should answer Congress
man 1 lobson
There should be no misunderstanding on the IjftUOr question f
Governor Cox is for licrht wines and beer, and favors a measure of
that kind, he should I" quick t ake Ins position known to the
Amr-rn-nn people. There are millions ol Voters who v. ill leave pari ',
to one side to enst their votes against a return of any form of Intoxi
cation or any recognition of the traffic ti alcohol weak or strong,
because thej are detcrmim d to keep the dOOi clost 1 to the temptation
On the other ham), there are millions of citizens rn the larger
eities who want whal they call personal liberty and are in favor o
But our presidential candidates should uol be allowed to Btraddlei
Iho fence Mini Ogle both sides They should i m . 1 1; . tlu-ir COnVictiOttS
known, without equivocation.
If Cox is for alcohol he should say so When the Democratic
aspirant has replied, then Harding should be placed on record No
double dealing should be tolerated.
DISARMING THE GERMANS
j At the Spa conference the alarming statement has been made that
the Germans have one million men Ulldcr arms, notwithstanding they
were supposed to reduce their armed forc es to a negligible quantity
j Knowing how the Oermaus tricked Napoleon, lac allied states
f men at Spa are carefully scrutinizing the Germans, searching for
evasions of the mandate to disarm. When Napoleon commanded that
II the Prussians were to b! allowed a police force not greater than
25,000 trained soldiers, the wilj Germans filtered through this or-
j ganization 25,000 qiyjlians i verj three months, until they had a great
cH army framed in military t.o-tics
1 For the peace and sec urity of Europe, it is essential to reduce
I Germany to a harmless state and, until this is done, uncertain'
I will prevail and the future will give promise of another big war. A
i people as highly trained in the scienct of war, with a love of country
I so pronounced and a pride so intense, as that of the (Germans cannot
i be trusted to regain their military strength without endangering the
peace of the world.
When the Germans arc completely disarmed, they should he pro-
t'-eted from mistreatment by the combined moral force of the world
I SAVING THE ARMENIANS
Responding to the appeal of Dr. Lincoln Wirt, an audience at
the tabernacle last night subscribed to the relie! f the people of
Dr. Wirt is a lecturer of ability, who is traveling oer the coun
try, giving his time and talents without compensation in an effort
to keep up the resources of the Ncai Bat1 Relief society which has
inhen the place of the Red firms in all that region known as Asia
Minor, where the Turk, in the paat, has systematically slaughtered
the Armenian in an effort to wipe out the last vestige f Christianity
in :he Holy Rami and the country adjacent thereto.
Dr Wirt has gone into the region of these Turkisfl atrocities and
has seen the evidence of the brutality attending the Ottoman reign
of terror. He has come hack from Oleppo, Beirut and the south
coast of the Black sea, filled with one thought, and that is to save
the Armenians from destruction His mission is a worthy one and
tin- lecturer is receiving encouragement and aid wherever he goes.
I GREAT INDEBTEDNESS
cH What is the debt of the nations, after the piling up of the obhga-
I Hons of the wart One statistician places the total . 265;000,000,000
I an increase of (221,000,000,000.
j Germany's debt is lisled .it sj.i , oiiuunn but the German dele
gation at the Spa places it al st;i. ikhmhxmkX) and claims Germany is
unable to pay and will repudiate, if the allies insist on their present
figures of reparation.
The bonded debt of the United States is $21, 474,010,000. or 225
per capita. But Europe ow es this .-onritry K),0n0 AOO.im in
, Great Britain owes (26,428,000,000 or $850 per capita Germany's
i per capita is $800; France's, $1,150; Italy's, $3G."
OUTBURSTS OF EVERET TRUE
VOO SC YOVJ DROi( -THtQ.05 T Vpro
fRoM HCrRC IN TrtlS Cv fJ 1 -IM
GXactlY Two HOUR'S 1 iEr-.
UHY, "THAT'S CLOINJQ. AT "S &F2
DR. VANCE'S DAILY ARTICLE
B1 DJt JAMES l VAN'CE
It Is netting lo be n hard world for
bigots. There was a time when they
Owned the enrth. but their lease has
rim out. It Is out of clnto to
'".runt up a solemn, lengthened srnan,
And damn a parties but yourown'l
I Sectarianism Is discredited. Men
decline to worship a sectarian God
nowadays, and they show piety as well
jas sens'- In the refusal. The i-hureh
that Insists on a sectarian program.
!thnt magnifies the points that separ
ate it from tbs reel ol Chrlsteftdomi
that wants lu be V-t alor. is likely
i to be lei alone. It will find solitude,
and its solitude will approach the
'loneliness f the grave.
Tob-rance 1h not uniformity. It i-i
not whittling belief down to n. t to
nothing. It Is not handling religion
with the pig metal process and run
, n i ni? out all creeds In the same mold.
God never makes two trees exactlv
alike. Why should Hf want belief
I flattened out until It is featureless .'
j LITITLrC BEN NY'S 1
i , .tL CAPS
A fl I ma railed me about t llnies to
get up for Rkool 1 waS BOtUnS
o(sc of my bed holding . my other
Btockmg and thinking, and ma stuck
her head in the door, saying. Got a
rate on, get a gate on, 1 novcr snwj
sutch a sleiu In all my born1
And she stuck her bed out agc-n and I
I kopp on gelling dressed triow and ,
wkalnng 1 dldsnt haft' to go to SkoOl
Loll account of it iicing tvensda) ami
our class havins u Ixamlnatlon In arlf
matiok and ailfmotlck being one of
the things Im bud at, anu -tiler a wile
I ma StUCK her lied In ogch, saylnji.
V - I foi pity sakeSj ourc Jest about
I as last as mullaSMS.
Meonlng 1 wasent fast at ull, and I
Hedi QpSh, Oi ma. 1 blecvo I cot a!
You dont scum to be very sure of It,
w:it kind of a pane? sed ruu, and 1
sed. Well tt dont feel like u niedlclne
pane, but 1 alnt sure weather I awt toj
go to skool or not
Well, ltn sure, eod ma. Meenlnc l!
awt to go, and I sed. Wll G, gosh, j
ma, holey smoaks, slpposo the pane
gets wcrso In skool, its getting werse'
Ware Is it In your stummlck sed
Mot izactly I sed- On account of a'
'stummlck pane being a medicine pane, I
land ma sed, O youve got about as!
mutch of a pane ns 1 have, come on,
now, gel a Kutc on you and no fool-Isb.i.-
And she Started to go out,
saying, Goodnlss. Oils is Toozday, Mrs
Ileus Is coming tnls aftlrnoon.
G. gosh, ma is this ony Toozday
alnt It W ens-lay 0 I sod. und nia sed
Cerleny not, Its Toozday and 1 sed, O,
I thowt It was Wensdny, 1 feol all ii--I
now, ma, the panes gone, but It fei is
I like It mile come back tomorrow
You net .sillier every day hurry up
and Ket dressed, sed ma.
Wlch I did.
WASHINGTON, July . The high
prices of food and clothing now pre
vailing In the fnltcd States hav- caus
ed the producer In far-away New1
Zealand to turn covetous eyes upon
American markets, according to A1-,
fred W. Wtnslow, our consul at Auck
land Despltq the thousands of miles New
Zealand products would have to be
carried, the farmers of that South Sea1
dominion believe that the United
States offers the it)ost attructHe mar-
ket for ihelr butter. ehedSO, fresh
meat, tildes, hemp, wool and other I
products, and thqt. after paying all
ti ansportutlon charges, they can still
compote profitably, with American sg-'
iicultural produrts. Wlnslow reports'
that additional shipping is being ar-1
tnsd to carry New Zealand surplusi
products through the 1'anama canal1
AN'lint is needed Is ncii that peojil
should believe less, thai they may be
lieve alike. If one's convic tions are J
to have driving power, they must be
positive, and the must bt hold ten
aciously it is positions, not negations
that the world nc 'ls.
But all this condsts with- tolerance.
Have men never traveled lo a com-
mon destination b different route? I
surely no finite intelligence Is pre
pared to claim that he has a monop.ljt
of truih I have a right to m belief
and mj neighbor has a riKht to his, !
Wi- may r00Ognl and respect each
other's sincerity without embracing'
-.o-h other's creed. We can strike'
hands and toil io achieve a common I
task without surrendering our honest 1
Tb- disciplines told Jesus that thevi
found a man casting out devil In His I
name, hut that because hi followed
nol with them, they forbade him. I
Christ said Forbade him not." There I
erf too many devils to be cast out for
good people tO divide. Get together!
5 By W. i MAsON.
y s J
The man who Is too keen to 6ell I
such goods as ho may have displayed!
Is headed wrong, and he may well
drive from his door the choicest trade.
In San Diego, storied town, 1 sought i
a barbei. woary-llmbcd, and in his
ohalr I sat mo down, to have my I
I-i l- . l.-.-s wins;:. -rs iriiinned. And as j
hi wr-.-ubt lie spieled away, of tonics
for the hair he- told, and thov would!
change my rlnglels gray Into the fin
est shade of gold. And ho hud dyes
oi every hue, made up from barks and
herbs and fruit, nod ho could stuin
mj sideboards blue, so all tho girls
would think nie cute. And he had I
perfumes of the rose and hyacinths
that died the heath, and ht- had stuff
to bleach my nose and change the
coloi of my breath. Ho hud strunge
dope In wicker uuarta and salves und
lotions by thj peck, ho could eliminate
my wart9 and take the ringbone off
my neck He told mo that my scalp
was soiled and needed treatment such
ns his ho talked untl my blue blood
boiled, so all the town could hear it
slzz. And. gentle reader, never more
though whiskers grow an Inch a day,
shall , within that barber's door, have
my alfalfa shorn away.
THINGS WOMEN WANT
liach day Is given, with Its correal
!inswer. one question asked the stu
dents a; the Chicago School of Politi
cal Education for Women
62. What Is tho oiganlzatlon
unit of a party?
The local voting precinct, whether,
in election district. t ward or a town, j
is the party organization unit.
and to Atlantic ports where H. lC. Lb
prices seem most firmly established.
If Howard Flgg wants to do some
thing for his country, let him mitko a
rule that all clothes factories turning
out men's suits provide two pair of
'trousers with each suit
No man remembers ever having
worn out a coat. Llut he has sent
many a one to a rummage sale. He
doesn t reoall having sent any panls
Invariably the trousers wear out
Hint A man hangs up his cout all
day. In the heat of the summer, and
wears the trousers. The trousers soon'
become threadbare. It Isn't good econ
omy to buy a suit with onl one pair
of trousers to match, but it is Im
possible to get the extra trousers.
Kljfg hax been trying (O regulate tho
Icufflh of women's dresses and keep
the styles from chanKiug If he will
Just require two pairs of trousers with
each suit, lie will lengthen the life of
Svery suit by lOO per cent
Hvery man knows this
Ancient Greeks and Roman hod
pugilistic contests held under strict
STATE AND JDABO NEWS
Latest Items of Interest From Utah and Gem Stato
! SALT LAKE GUY
Democrat's Vice Presidential
Candidate Likes Cox for
SALT LAKE, July 9. Franklin D.
ElOOSeVelt, vloo presidential candidate
on the Democratic tleket. paid this
city a short visit yesterday afternoon
nr. route east from San Francisco. He
was met at tin- local I nlon depot by a
party ( Democrats headed by Gover
nor Simon Bamberger.
The support of the Democrats pres
ent was assure d to Mr Roosevelt and
Mr. Roosevelt said In part:
"Personally I am delighted to run
with Governor '.'ox." declared Mr.
Roosevelt. "Governor Cox has mado
a splendid executive und I have no
doubt but that h- will carry hln home
slat- I am Stopping off Monday at
Dayton, Q.( to confer with him. and
tc make tentative plans for tho cani-
' Of course von will understand."
Mr. Roosevelt continued, "we can do
nothlnu final until th- national com
mlttoe meets, which will be in about
tvo weeks There is no question,
however, ubout one thing The cam
paign is to bo a speaking campaign
It vlll be no front poreh affair on thr
part of the Democrats, This must t
th( oase because our opponents con
trol "f. per rent of the press of the
country So, you see, I shall prnbnbly
be buffk in Utah very soon"
FARM BUREAU SWINE
COMMITTEE TO MEET
salt LAKE CITY JulyS The
tate twine committee of the rtnh
Farm bureau will convene al Salt Lake
July I and experts of that industry
are expected t . Be in attendance. Three
sessions of lectures and discussions of
the Industrv will be held at the Hotel
At the morning ROSSiOfl A. B Lee,
chairman of the state committee .will
report on past work. Dr. R. N'. Mead,
in pector In charge of the Culled
States bureau of animal husbandry at
Ball Lake will talk on "Observations
in the Swine Industry ' Dr W E.
Carrol professor of animal husbandry
of Utah Agricultural college, Wlfl dis
cuss economic feeding, and Jess 9
Richardf of Virginia) Idft the Im
portance of better breeding.
1'ii-neril discussion between proWet"
packers and feeders will occupy the
time during the afternoon session A
I Warnlck of Flessant Grove, and V
N. Blackmcr of llldvale will represent
the growers Jame Jirennan, manager
of the ngden Packing A Provision
company, and Frank Byrne, manager
of the Cudkhy Packing company, will
represent the packers, and Juim Hess
of Brlghflim, Waltei Fisher of Kait
I.akc and I . A. Anderson of Delta will
represent the feeders-
MAY FORM NEW LEAGUE
TWIN' FALLS, Ida. ,lul Mem
bers of the Non-Partisan league will
hold a metlne here Saturday for thej
purpose of effecting a reorganization'
of forces, either under a new name or!
old Th- convention will be held at:
Parish hull with a morning and Slter-I
noon session A change of name is
one of the factors to be decided. It is)
Some suggestions of a break with
the parent body of North Dakota have
Im i ii hi aid on the streets and It Is said
that B severance of all relations With
tho leader, Townley, will be made, j
Some look for a movoment for the j
formation of a state equity association
out of the deflection It one occurs
MAN HELD GUILTY ON
POCATELDO. Ida., July 9. Follow-J
lug a deliboratlon of two hours 'he
Jury entered S verdict of guilty against,
John Jeanos, charged with a statu
tory offense axainst Venell Meachem,
H young girl from Ltuh, here yester
day. Jeanos and Qoorga Angelos passed
two days with Klla and N'enell Mcu
chom at Lava Hot Springs about two
months ago. according to the com
plaint. The plrl has been sent to the indus
trial school at St. Anthony. The sen
tence will b.- passed today.
STILL CAPTURED IN
NIGHT RAID BY SHERIFF
POCATELLO, Ida., July 9. In a
midnight raid, last night. Sheriff John
T Jeffries of Canyon county, capturdj
a still with a capacity of ten gallons,
of whiskey a day. The raid took
place In the extreme northern part
of iho county.
When Joe UcCollum, who is alleged
to hav been In charge of the still.'
discovered the officers, he started for
..is gun, it is said, and it was necessary
i or the off hers to open fire before
he surrendered. Adam Myers was
also arrested and 200 gallons of mash
POCATELLO BOY'S ARM
IS SEVERELY GASHED
POCATELLO, Ida., July 9 Charles'
jTraughber. 13, son of C. P. Traugh-I
I ber, suffered a serious Rnsh In the!
left urm bust night while In the act
i of closing a barn door. Ills foot slip-,
ped und, In falling, he struck a nail
extending from the wall He Is re
ported recovering at Lynn Brothers'
i nru . -
$115,000 BRIDGE TO
BE BUILT IN IDAHO
POCATELLO, Ida., Julv y. Con
tract for the construction of the Pickle
Butte bridge across the Snake river I
between Canypn and Awyhco counties
hua been let by the department of pub-j .
lie works of Idaho. The cost will be
$115,279. The 1'nlon Bridge company
won the contract.
PROVO'S ONLY COLORED
RESIDENT PASSES AWAY
PROVO. July V William O'Nflf
died yesterday of a complication of
disease. He was the only colored resi
dent Ol Provo and had resided here
fnr many years. Funeral services were I.
held yesterday at the ctmiw.
I III Health Held Motive For Sui
cide of Matt Callahan
at Salt Lake.
SALT LAKE, July 9. III health and
n Pp roach I rig blindness are believed by i
the police to have been tho reasons'
which caused Matt Callahan, 65. or
ESVanston, Wyo , to shoot himself
through tho heart yesterday morning
at 5 o'clock In front of the Amelia
Palace on South Temple street
According to the police report, Jo
seph Emery and James Hurt, patrol-!
men. were standing near the scene of
the shooting, when the man Suddenly
drew ft gun and fired the fatal shot
before they could reach Tilm. Other
officers were called to the scene nnd
the man rushed lo the emergency hos-,
pltal, but died a few moments after,
The body was laken to the I, D Evnns
Undertaking parlor, where it was Iden
tified by Jack Edwards, a barber, who
knew Callahan for LWSnty years Ua-i
vld Mills, a fireman, and Mrs. John
Cunningham, l'liJ3 Seventh East street.,
jn SiSter-in-law Mrs. Leroy i rr of
Ohnrm, Colo., another Blster-ln-IaW,
was also notified,
According to Edwards, Callahan was
in business at Pineda le. Wvo. For
many years he wan a conductor on the,
union Pacific. Investigation revealed
Ihe man had engaged u room at the
Savoy hotel, where ho hud been Stay
ing for several day. The body will
be held here pending the arrival of
DANES TO CELEBRATE
RETURN OF SCHLESWIG
SALT LAKE. July 9 "Old Glory"
and the Danish flag will flv side b.
I side In Salt Lake today and general
rejoicing will prevail among those of
i Danish nationality In celebration of,
the signing of the BSlncorporai "
I for the return of Schlcswlg to Den
msrk b the king of Denmark.
Word concerning the evSnl has been
, received by Thornv.ald Orlob, vie.
consul for Denmark in Sail Lake
Services will be held in the Danish
Lutheran church at $ o'clock this
SENATOR SM00T WILL
SALT LAKE, July Senator ICeed
SmOOt and former Senator George
Sutherland win address the members
of the Young Men's Republican i lull
next Tuesday at the MSWhOUM hotel,
according to an announcement made
today, The affair will be in the na
ture of a smoker
Senator Smonl Is at present at Lo
gan having Just returned from t o -
land, where his d.uightci , cs lous-
SIX OUT FOR TOGA
IN GEM STATE RACE
BOISB, Ida.. July ? Candidates
already In 'he field for nomination by
the Republican party for United states
Frank R. Gooding, Col. L. Patch
Col. E. G Davis, Captain A. 11. Con
nor. Charles W Beale and Miles
NEW YORK W00LMEN
WILL POOL THEIR CLiP
SYRACUSIB', H. V., July D. Because
there Is no Justification In the present
low market for raw wool. In 'he opin
ion of Its officials and members the
New York state federation of ounty
sheep growers cooperative aasocia tionjj
at a .session here today adopted ;i res
olution recommending that the 1910
clip of Its members be pooled and
held for a more favorable market. The'
decision wns unanimous with twenty
of the thirty-five associations repre
sented. By this artlon 1.150.000 pounds of
raw wool will be pooled an-1 held for,
a satisfactory market I
f HEALTH " J
BY UNCLE SAM, M. D.
iealth Questions Will Bo An
wered If Sent to Information
Bureau, U. S. Public Health Serv
ice, Washington, D. C.
A correspondent who writes that she Vlf
has been told she has fulling of the
stomach, asks whether the condition IS - W- yj
serious and whether It can be cured. ftf
She also wants to know more about B-
ihe nature of the ailment. IK
A satisfactory explanation of the na- iKt
lure and cause of "gastroptosls," as 'H';
the condition is termed, has not yet JPJ':
been discovered. The condition Is fcw
three times more frequent among CP
women than among men, the differ- a
enco being ascribed to tight lacing and
td i luld-bearing. KL
QastrOptosls may exist without pro- '
duclng anj a mptoms. In oi her W r-
tin-re :n-e "n- c ous dyspepsia," dlsor- JLLj
dered appetite, a sens of fullness In
the pit of the stomach or burning
pains in the stomach. There may be 1
constipation or an opposite condition I
of diarrhea. The lower part of tho I
. . i . 1 . 1 1 1 1 - n is frequently distended and .
sometimes. In persons with very thin I '
abdominal walls, the dislocated vis- I
cera ma) be recognized by their out-
Among nervous Symptoms may be L
mentioned general weakness, depros- I
sloil of spirit, headache and fullness r5
ol the head vei'.lgo. cold feet and J ,-' '
h nd There lj be palplts tion of !
the heart. A pec uliar anemia Is often w"
W hen there are no symptoms pro- iffiS
due sd by the unusual state of affairs, K.'r;
of course, ho treatment Is Indlcuted.
When the symptoms are due to dis-
placement msohahioal means, and (tv
perhaps tin operation are alone likely ififli''
to be useful In restoring the organs to !s$'.'
their normal situation The former MsT-i-"
includes trujeses, pads and springs 7''-
Whlch must lie adapted to each case Hjfl
after c careful stud) by the instru- M '
n. ent -maker, with tho aid of the phy- ,'
-iiicii. Sometimes - simple broad a
bandage may be of service in relieving Sw
the s mptoms; sometimes a sultubl fff ';
corset may be worn With success. Al g '
tin present day surgical operation is ft
1 01 infrequent and is commonly sue a
TODAY IN HISTORY f
'n July 9, 17S7, Dr. Elliott, a lit- jjjgrf-. '
erary gent of Eondon, went Bolshevik Blj, '.t
with tWO pistols. Me took two shots
nl perfeot itrangers, and although hs I
missed them, wns arreited and trtad ' '
i oi attempted murder.
His lawyers had the original Idea KjH-
of proving him In.-ane and Irresponsl- S: ;
i bte, nnd, if neoeseary, would have got- 1
'ten away with It. However, It devel- mf ! '.
opicl that Dr. ICIIIotf had omitted to
put bullets Into his plutols and he was fflr
told not to do it uKiiin nnd turn-d w'
loose. Still, his lawyers had (he In- Jp
sanity sng all prepared. It whs this RL '
, their client did not believe that the ffp"
sun w.-.s a solid b.ill of fire. Heme ft-' '
therefore, erno. consequently he wns ' If :rr '
ins.ine I. B I . The best alienists in E '
i the land agreed w ith them and It Hf "'
Would have been a cinch BiiL-K
Jn all the beliefs of lr. Elliott, his aWi
bunch ,ili. i, it tin- sc. j, p : .! I i EjH
the only I'orreel one. vet, without hesl- iJ
tatlon, he would have been pronounc- If'':'?!'
ed Insane for It We do get a little f li
smarter as we go along. i
The Atlanlle liner. Olympic, has v IVj
le'-n converted to sn oil burner, the Jtsk
largest in the world
And Don't Forget BR
to bring M & G's "Yo. we i t r i . - tomorrow, rain or I '- it
-r What shall you bring Why.
fcfci !! I i'fjj A I oil - i theitj The; re lure it
yCC A'TnX Typical telephone conversat inn around
jvy Iiyr this tin ! year. For nothlDtr tS
(ffl V u3j ) fo good "n a picnic as these bis:, crisp.
Just palty enough MAG Potato Flakes
pkE 9frA HftrfMBn t n Dm- to tin- picnic grounds keep
jigj iVKai 9TM. iPl watch of the man who carries the
wPa y-3jj&fi ' Thoy are likely to be gone
"V before .in get the lunch --pre;ld'
(&) Q) Order a supply of M A G's
Ov' A TX"C Si flt your grocer' today
A LjCJ'JS Colorado Potato Flake & Mfg Co.
Tg-p Denver. Colo. Et!S
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