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- . THE OGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN. UTAH. THURSDAY. MARCH 18. 1920 , . ft
Snappy Items of Sports News
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ST. PAUL, March 18. Mike O'Liowd
1 of St. Poul, Minn., middleweight eham
1 pion, defeated Augie Ratner or New
I York in a 10-round bout here last
1 night. Ratner fought a defensive bat
I tic lor eight rounds and mixed .nai
I tors in the last two rounds when he
I' mae a fairly good showing. Kid
Johnpon, negro heavyweight fiom
! Pitfshuig, lasted 42 seconds with Har
I ry Wills of New York. Wills hit John
t son once and Johnson hit the floor
twice. Johnson went down, got up,
Ij wen; aown and stayed down
1 CANTON. Ohio, March 18 .Tack
j Britron, welterweight champion of the
If world, outpointed Jack Perry of Brad
li dock, Pa., in a 12-round bout hero last
I? night, according to newspaper critics.
! KENOSHA, Wis., March IS. The
teU'round bout last night between Ted
li Jan.-'eson, Milwaukee light heavy
J weight, and George "Knockout" Brown
li of Chicago, was stopped by the ref
eree in the fourth round, when Jamie
I son claimed he was fouled,
! ? AN DIEGO, Cal., March IS. Al
Gnuvjn, local lightweight, yesterday
j Avon a decision over Johnny (Kid) Mex
of Pueblo, Colo., in a 20-round match
j at Tijuana, Mexico, near this city,
i Gruuan was the aggressor during Most
j! of !he fight. About 2500 persons saw
) the contest.
I SEATTLE. Wash., March IS. The
! new Pacific International "baseball j
league has been completed with the
j awaiding of a franchise to Victoria,)
ID. C, it was announced hero yester-'
, da. Other cities having franchises j
j nr.? Seal tie, Spokane, Tacoma and Yak
ima. Wash., and Vancouver. B. C. !
j IKORIA, 111., March IS. A nawi
leader came to the front in the indi
idu.ls event at the American Bowling
congress yesterday when Bart Mc
GeoAvan, Evansville, lud., rolled a to-
tal cf 6S9 pins.
! SAN DIEGO, Cal., March IS. The
j Boise polo four yesterday afternoon
defeated the all-stars, S goals to 6. for
j the Joseph Jessop cup. The all-stars
I had a three-goal handicap and were
I Hbln to make only three other points,
j PHILADELPHIA, March IS. Fred j
j Fulton, heavyweight, easily defeated
j Bantey Madden. New York, in n six-
round bout last night, Fulton, who!
had tho advantage of his opponer.! in
height, weight and reach, won all the
ST. PETJBRSBURK. Fla., March IS.
; In an exhibition game yesterday the
sco. e stood: r. j . e.
II Navy Athletes Will
Tryout for Olympic
BERKELEY, Cal., March IS. Not
ing that only soldiers competed in -the
inter-allied games at Paris last Juiv
and that amateur athletes who wcjo in
f the navy might make unexpected
; showings, Coach Walter Christie of
i University of California, todav out
j lined possibilities of California" men
gaining places in the team to repre
sent the United States at the Olympic
; games next summer.
"At the University of California we
hae a few prospects and perhaps
j some sure winners, although it is well
to remember that all champions have
I their day and bow to others eventual
i ly." said Christie, who is being u;ged.
as cortclt for the American team bv
University of California men.
"Jack Merchant of Berkeley in the
broad Jum.p has arrived at 24 feet and
shows good possibilities in other Imes
Tho following men are all possible
, Guv Calden, Oakland, 100 yards 10
second's flat; 200 yards, 22; C C-un-?Hyi
r stockton' 120 liigh hurdles,
leY" B' SDrott. San Diego: mile, 1 .25:
SSt yards, 2 minutes.
D. Graham: pole vault, 12 fet f
j! e fhr-3MiSs.0ak,and: hiebJumi1'
"Those men and others at the uni
c'hamplon""7 SUrPn'Se me present
I A FRIEND RECOMMENDED THEM
A peraon often does more good than
he realizes when he tells a suffering
friend how to get well. J. N. Tohlll
clerk Lottie Hotel. Evansville, In: '
?iS: Z0r weeks 1 suffered con
stantly with, pains in the muscles of
niy thigh. I was treated by tho doctor
for rheumatism but found no relief
upon recommendation of a friend I
fried Foley Kidney Pills and began to
get relief almost Immediately." Good
for backache, rheumatic pains, stiff
joints. A. R. Mclntyre Drug Co. Ad
I Clint Larson to Wear
j Ogden's Club Colors
Clinton Larson, former B. Y. U. ath
j lete and national champion in the high
jump in 1919, and holder of the na
, - tlonal college record of C feet 4 inches,
1 las consented to wear the colors of
the Ogden Athletic club at the Olym
i Pic games, should he qualify for this
hL?1n ,holds tho world's record To
the high jump, having made a leap of
IJZlj ? 4"8 .inches at the interallied
h games in Paris last June.
I Woman Divorced from
Her Illegal Husband
was SiS!?' 8 dCad' MaUle Bates
was granted a decree of divorce ves
io7o u fIa,ntiff married Douglas in
J ""vere-da'year later,' that her nr" t
husband .vas still alive. Bates desert
cd her since then and has not been
Washington Americans ... 9 I'l 1
Indianapolis American Assn. 4 7 V,
Batteries: Johnson, Za chary and
Maver; Murray, Fnrrell and Go.setl,
HOT SPRINGS. Arlc, March IS.
Exhibition game scores here yestcrdav
wcm;: r. h. k.
Boston Americans 6 7 i
Pittsburg Nationals 5 10 - I
Bamrles: Flaherty, Holborrow,
Fortune and Livingston, Devine; Carl
son, Wisner, ISberhard, Ponder and
PHAHR. Texas, March IS.-The
scorer in yesterday's game were: 1
P. U. E.
St. Louis Nationals 9 10 1.
Philadelphia Americans ... 8 11 . o'
Batteries Sherdell . and ,CIemons
Dihlioefer; Bigbee, Seckcrt, Br-neil
LOS ANGELES. March IS.
R. II. E.
Chicago Nationals 2 .5 1
Los Angeles (Pacific Coast 4 10 3
Batteries: Hcndrix. Newkirk and
Dalv; Schultz, Dumovich, McKav
Thomas and Lapan, Bassler.
FAIRBANKS. Alaska, Feb. , 15. (Cy.
Mail) Leonard Seppalla's team of fa's
dogs, hieh won the All-Alaska Sweep
stakes races at Nome several times,
rcently set a new speed record in cov
ering the 800-mile snow trail between
Nome and Fairbanks In fourteen days.
The team, long considered one "of
the fastest in the norlhlnnd, averaged
57 miles a day on the run from Nome.
One day they made seventy-five miles.
Seppalla. on his record trip, brought
out Thorulf Lehmann, president of the
Nome Chamber of Commerce, who was
on his way outside to the states. j
MOSCOW, Idaho.. March IS. Nell
Irving, winner of individual honors in
the northwestern intercollegiate con
ference track meet last year, probably
will be entered in the Pacific coast
trials for the 1920 Olympic games, ac
cording to an announcement of the
University of Idaho, athletic depart
ment. Irving is said to hurl the javelin
consistently more than 170 feet and
last season he was credited with
throwing the 16-pound weight more
than 42 feet on several occpsions.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Calif-.
March IS. Fifty-eight application's
were received for tho position left va
cant when the Stanford Board of Ath
letic Control refused to rp-appoiut
Coach Melbourne Evans, it was an
Seventh Cavalry Polo
Team Wins Victories
EL PASO, Tex., March 1S- Bring
ing back rive victories and one defeat
the Seventh cavalry polo team recent
ly returned to Fort Bliss from Cali
fornia, During the western swing, the Sev
enth's crack poloists reported thev
(vanquished Hugh Drury's team of De'l
j Monte, the Santa Barbara regulars.".
I the Coronado team, the San Mateo
I team at Del Monte, and the Santa Bar
bara Blue of Santa Barbara. The Santa
i Barbara regulars, however, turned the
.tble on the Seventh cavalry team, de- -t
feating it by a score of 11 1-2 to 7 1-2.
'According to President Hale of the
i Santa Barbara polo club, this was the
fastest and hardest contested game
ever played on the Santa Barbara
club's field. All the games were with
The Seventh's team is composed of
Lieutenant R. E. Craig,, number 1;
Lieutenant H. R. Gay, number 2; Cap
i tain J. W. Cunningham, number 3;
LieutenanLD. S. Wood, number 4- and
Captain J. C. Short, substitute. Lieu
tenant H. E. Featherstone is district
i polo officer at El Paso.
Plans are being made bv polo en-
thuslasts here for a handicap tourna
jment that will be open to all members
of militar organizations in die PJl
Paso districL The Seventh cavalrv
won the Fort Bliss tournament held
here during the Christmas holidavs or
Arakes the old feel younp. Keen voiir '
Stomach. Bowt-ls. Kidneys In nnVlr '
cal Iv f n c""dit,0- and you will be ph&f- j ,
feel younr In the mornlnc BlllSS jca
nm IK & "H,11,1' up thc LIVER.
?-imvJ5 Kach box contains a.'
i bin oPkE c,0l")0n- and ,s alcd with
in it rQQ1 b"rln,r, fiiPnture of ALONZO
i'.. i SI. For 8nle b a11 leading drucr
KlBts In boxes containing 200 doses fir
l,00 and a smaller r.e foi' 50c tade bv
A. O. BLISS CO.. WASH D C. U 1
Portland Company Files
Incorporation in Ogden
! Articles of incorporation for the
Portland Cattle Loan companv of
North Portland, Ore., were filed yes
terday at the county clerk's office in
thc court house. The companv ls cap
italized at $-100,000. Arthur Woolley Is
attorney for the company hi Utah.
' Become Slender
iRtduei your wiljht 10 t CO Iht.. or iaor, H
GUARANTEE bj mine OILoVi
KOREIH, rollBKlns cur dliccUcsi. fiold bj I
tJ, F Cave, Tabernaclo Pharmacy, D
. E Cave, Culley Driifl Co., Flv5 S
Ij Points Drug Co., McBrlae Drug I
I no.'Jf5' '"J.1'? wrywhir tilt OIL OF I
KOREIH. BMkltt mulled frt br Kiritn I
Mt. Ogden to be Made
I Official Name of Peak
' Word, rrom the forest service indl '
jcaies that a suggestion to the national,
geodctid board at Washington would
firmly affix Mt. Ogden as the official
jname of tho peak east of the cttv. The,
j geodetic board meets weekly kt the
icapltol and It is expected that an offi
jclal adoption of the name, Mt. Ogden,
'will be made In the near future. .
A. United States Army MAN j
tOpHERE is a Canal at Panama, linking two great j ' I tl
V p oceans and carrying the commerce of the world.
f - For a hundred years and more men dreamed of THE 14 ARMS OF Jl
, that Canal De Lesseps had the dream and failed, THPTT? Q1"R'',1: H
and the bones of men and week of machines re- lti bliKVlJi
r. mained to mark his failure. 9
h T, . The Recruiting Sergeant can give W
k task wdonl lmP0SSible! that y at he'P' I
f you decide which branch fits you I
jy' It was done by best. In all of them you will get
W- United States Army men. the e nns as a soldier that I
s T , the United States offers all its men 11
w vicg fWer OTCe -In many branes you can get
'V''.w WJUi v 11 highly specialized training.
fj. .y; v myxlX xellow fever is no longer a menace in those islands. II
ri'V-. .. Jit A great physician and his aids helped the A infantry Tho mon who hovomndo tho noma
Wlm'lU people Of those islands tO Conquer it forever. of "doughboy" feared and roopected throughout -JI
' ' iwlMfelMnK'Jwl jr tho world welcome you to tho comradeship. FIno IJw
--JP fvSwlk? 5 " - fHow3 good fun and good training In any school tm
B " " " "' "tp-" -timiii, nt tbo post you go to. 1
N.i CAVALRY When tho horaeo nro champing at &
lSWv sW57 ?K nc tie "ye'lv legs" mount up nd tho M
v , TJf And they, too, were' uop ridcs forth-thora is Q thnt no old cav" f
'Ja ' (SSi VsCtCvX Wf t t tot alryman can over forcot. A horoe of yonr own
, United States Army men. 0C00 outdoor m Qnd ninB for faww
'r ' rMklm t t-,1 , . FIELD ARTILLERY "Action Front" comco
.Irft: xlffl.Jfm I L . Philippines a new civilization isarising; and its tho command then watch tho boys with tho red j ;
". t!$kM ilj foundations are laid upon the courage and devotion ht cord 8naP imo lL A hflppy outfit with tho . j
' : rV Jb Iff' H ... VAX rtf TTnlf Ci.i A ... . .L.-.n. dash of mounted service addod to Intorcsting work , r
. KSFhS 0 United States Army men. hBt f hend and hand M uyJvhh.
, eS pE You mink of me Army .as an instrument of war; corps OFENGiNEERS-Armycnginoeringia
W J ' ' ff-j Wt and Well yOU may; for the record Of itS men in France known tho world over for ita excellenco and an en- I
a 1 m and Flanders will live as long as history is written. Hctment in ,th, ?7"cer3. Mn b. theh of Q. 1 1
t ttfSffift '11 r1 yountf man a training in tho various branches of
1 kjjSS t-i . , a i t n ... eneineerinff and In tho mechanicaland building
.v., , mW Army has tasks of peace no less heroic trades.
i' vS-Sh wH 1 tasks that mean a safer, and a better world. n A w A , mr ,, SO
,', COAST ARTILLERY Living on the sea coasts, Jm
ll-' m)M It is for those tasks that the Armv akq thrp vpnr; guarding big cities with big guns, gottlng timo for i
f : ' Ym W r i e iabK.s tnai ine -firmy asKs tnree years 8tudy nnd n wide and good tochnical trainjng, tho ,f.
- ' y . hveS Of America S best yOUng men. C. A. C. man is preparing for a useful life and good
.' , KrSin pay and Is having a good time while he's learning. jfc'
" lr Wm M To those men the Army promises sturdy health The c. a. c. also mans tho mobile big gun rogi- J
&&frlT f-"- -l qftwH , r . , . . ments throughout tho country. i
, vwaS1 8 C? 5S 8X1 asset for their business success in all the years to f
WW".COme' AIR SERVICE(including BALLOON CORPS) I
' ? 'jftsiuHn' f The man who gets tba early edgo In cxperienco j
' $: iUr It offers them opportunity for training in a useM TSl: 1
.. -.,v .. trade". It gives them gOOd fOOd, gOOd Clothes and Its infancy and it's going to bo a profitablo business J
j T. . , -i-i. . ' for men with tho right oxporlonco.
3 fry good care. It trains them to responsibility, it de- M
Vr , VelODeS Character and mind. ORDNANCE DEPT.-Theordnancelsappeallng M
'" V.'! ', p umMaaaBa 'J r to tho Studious young American. To wide oppor- M
j . H t, . , , , , , , tunitlos for study, it adds a business as well as a 0 W
; iti. " I . -x-n i Xt Promlses tem travel, and the knowledge of tochnical training. I
-A',r' ' Wnere tile other lands, that will make, them citizens of the world. ' 1
; - B T T O A SIGNAL CORPS Whether it's laying a wire I
j U. &. Army Serves The United States Army seeks no inferior appli- l rtlm ? awg-ilop r innuHls W"?T I
' ' . r i. "-fy" station that will flash its message half around tho Vm-
.;: . . . CantS. It WantS men Of Whom It Can be proud, dur- world, tho Signal Corps' is rioro, and a man who ff
- 5 . l!merican00Ps areservin& ing their enlistment, and in all the years to come. Iearn3 radto telegraph and telephone work in tho '
' I m anai2ia' Hawaii, the Phi- Signal Corps Is always valuable.
rv.$a I Hppines, Alaska, China, Ger- ! Men who will look back twenty, thirty, forty years medical DEPT.-Good experience, good pay,
I many, Siberia and here in the 9 from now and say : and traininginaii branches of hospital work. Excoi-
. ! U.S.A. The recruiting Ser- S" " 4 - 1- , lent opportunity for future success. ThoVeter- W
1 I . . . G Those years were the most valuable of all mv ,nary Lorp8 tcache3 xhc cnro of horses as wo11 ns
t J geant will gladly give you all years of traininp- y meat and miik inspection. fill
1 the details. ' T il;
i ' ' n "Tu i i j j TANKCORPS Tho man who knows gas motors yM
H Like every one else in the lney gave me health, and skill, and the capacity and tractors or who wamo to know them is in- 'm$
i Armv from General tn Rnrk for managing men. They gave me a chance to vited to join tho Tanks. Radio, machine gun and Jfj
') I IT . 3 U-enerai tO BUCK ' f , 7 b ordnance work oxo all parts of tho Tank Corps fl
I Private, you're under orders snare in giant tasks. , work. '
. r y J and if your outfit moves and "I am proud of the record of those years, and of quartermaster corps The corps that ill
i ; I you're needed elsewhere, your S what they have meant in my success feeds and clothes tho Army offers a vaiuabio train- JUk
, , , Hntxr ic tr rr B Ing for future business. Interesting work for tho Wmm
QUiy 1S t0 6 . , . , y j. ... ... . man who likes horses in tho Remount Service. fln
yy , t i Proud that I, too, for a httie while, was a United JK
f '' LV,.. .iaJ States Army man." ' construction DivisiON-Practicai work fl!
in tho many trades is part of tho overy day Ufe of tho 1291
. .a " Construction Division. Many opportunities to b
;' v - learn tho trades of highly paid specialists.
; . The Nearest U Army Recruiting Stations are: chemical warfare service For a man HI
I ' ' . J Q ' with a littlo knowledge of chemistry or for any Hu
!-,. 'Vv ambitious young man who would liko to got that -9i
sVcs,' " t$. - knowledgo, there is interesting work and rapid -fl
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i ' and In driving as well, Is given In the well-equipped -
:L ' A f , 1 t schools of tho Motor Transport Corps. IS-hi
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ILITTJLfi: BENNY'S j
By LEE PAPE
Yestidday I counted up how mutch
money I had. saved up to buy Kriss
mas presents and made a list of the
presents I was going to buy with it,
thlb being it:
Pop a hankerchiff with his initial
lmbroidered in one corner.
Ma a thing to put mustard in with
a glass spoon, 25 senls.
My sister Gladdis things to put in
her shoes wen she's not wearing th(?m
10 tents. ' j
A'y cuzzin Artie A half a pound of
Life is a burden when the body
is racked with pain. Everything
worries and the victim becomes
despondent and downhearted. To
bring back the sunshine take
Th national remedy of Holland for over
200 years; it is an anemy of all pains re
sulting from kidney, liver end urid acid
troublos. All druggists, threa aires.
LooV for th nm Gold Medal on Try box
aad ccapt oo trait alio a
. . - -
new jelly beens in a old f antsy boz
frum last Krismass, 9 sents.
Uc-ing all, and this, aftirnoon J wa3
standing on my skates lawking to
Mary Watkins standing on hers, and
she sea, Have you bawt your Kriss
mas jresont3 yet, Benny? and I sed,
No, not yet, but I got a list rote out.
0. have you. who alls on it9 sod
Mary Watklns. Meenlng was 3ht on
It, and I sed, O, diffrent people, and
she sed Leroy Shooster is going to
give mo a present for Krissmas, wats
you think of that:? A half a pound of
chocklits, wats you think of that? t
think Leroy Shooster' is awfill nice,
don! you? j
O l dent know, 1 sed, and Mary Vat-
kins-sed, 0 dont you think he i, O II
thisk he is. and 1 sed, O a half a!
pound of chocklits aim so mutch, wats!
a half pound of chocklits, wat would i
I you say if I gave you a hole pound?
J O, Benny, how pcrfeckly wonderfill.
1 1 think youre twice as nice as Leroy
Shoosler, I hope you dont think a mo
linent I was hinting? sed Mary Wat-'
j Serteny not, I sed. Wich maybe j
'sh-1 wnsent, and wen I went home i'
jinnee another list, this being it:
; iNirtry Watklns, a pound of chocklits,
Pop, a small size hankerchiff with
s initial rote in one corner with red
n. 10 sents.
Ma, a glass musterd spoon, 10 sents
My sister Glnddls, a small siz box or
.loo blackening, 5 sents.
My cuzzin Artie, nuthiug.
Notice, B. P. 0. E.
Dancing party, Friday, Mar. !;
19. Informal. Elks Only. $1 j
.urn, loo, the salesman ha8lvayF ;!
had :i reputation with tho ladies. Maj- '
Ibe that is the reason. i
By WALT MASON. jl
t THE POPULAR GAME.
Every one is profiteering, every one
lis profit-struck; no one's pleased un-'
! less he's clearing ninety cents on ev
jcry buck. I would buy myself some
clothing something shelf-worn would
I stiff Ice but my soul is filled with
i loathing when I contemplate the price.
I I would buy a slab. of bacon, bu. the
man who Fells the same by his con
I science is forsaken, and his prices are
a f,hame. I would like to paint niy
f. SISTER HELPED j
! HER BROTHER
: - j
Mr. George Schillo, 62Q6 Pear '
; avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, writes:
; "I am glad I was recommended !;
to your medicine. 1 was pretty
well rundown, nervous, and loss J
of ambition, felt tired at all s
times, could not sleep, and had
loss of appetite, felt weak and
trembled from weakness. I find
your Cadomene Tablets are help-
ing mo very much. I w?.s writing
to my. sister about my rundown
condition. She advised me to
take Cadomene, as she had been.
as bad off as myself. Cadomeno !
built her neives up and restored !
her health. I am mora than J
thankful I received her ndvice." S
Sold by druggists everywhere.- ;!
Advertisement !; j
h., !u Jvhose appearance is a frost,
du' the burning words of Dante can"
to justice to the cost. Now and then
S3 a questing for the reason fox this
craze; and the blame is alwavs resting
n ?u,me distant nameless javs. Oh.
tho blame is n.ever local, it is always
most remote; and each man, profanely
vocal says some others get his goaj.
ain is all our loud resistance to the
graa that makes us sick; always in
the hazy distance are the knaves who
do the tnek. Always in elusive shad
ow it, the profiteering group, which
has found its El Dorado, while ron
sui..ers find their soup. Far away thc
robbers- shameless who harpoon us
through and through; and vour mer
chant prince Is blameless he gels
stung rss well as vou.
i umS" From Slinht Colds
- ; OO
1 L was a bitter winter dav vflu n to
ithe grocer's joint I went, to price the
precigcsted hay, and buy a nutmeg for
ja cent. 'These berries here," the gro
cer said, "have Just been shippMj in
bp express: they come from lands
5w,Mnriiat 18 dea(1-rora soutnern
Florida, I guess. A box of these," the
grocer cried, "will cost a dollar and
a u?ira; and von m.nv nnt r,n,i
wl'.i prido and folks will say you are
I1 b,5,:d-".TJie village banker an bled!
In, his whiskers full of snow and Ice
Buy berries?" said he, "'twere a sin
to couph up such a beastly price."
1 he loading lawyer came along and
gjmd upon that pallid fruit, and said
His head Is working wrong, who for
such stuff would give a hoot." A half
a dozen men of wealth passed up the
berries thus, displayed; - they said
twouhl undermine their health to pay
thp price the ft0cer made And then
the "ijlage tinsmith came and boueh?
a bw, his eyes ngleam, he said "I'll
;tak. them to the dame, and she will jfl
dish them up with cream." To moralize Sl'
in doleful pitch I might proceed, but Mm
bedtime's nigh, and wealthy men are
always rich, and tinsmiths well, 'JBJ2
they're living high. , wafll
UNCLE MOE ON WW
THE OUIJA.; ffljg-
"The oulja board," 3fer
Gey Uncle Moe. . mJs
"W.ll only tell y0 s .
Whut know. ,.i
So what's th' use
T' pin jer faith - Vf;
On suthln thet M?
Aiu'r noways safe? ' ' "wi
For while yer mind ' " '; , ' fflil
Should be yer guidb, 3
i ii. u ? teunjmun cisg i j .
On t other side: - ;. ' - r,.
An' he -may not ' 4 J 'J
Kncw's much's you, ' ;
So Avhy lei him " ?: j lift
Saj whut V do? '4', r I
Why waste yer time' 'v'.ij M
A-f.'olir' 'round "
Til th' foblin'' - ' . .to
Makes yer mind unsound? -: r? .
Ef enny s.pirit's V j S,
T' guide yer life, ' .'.-?.
He will, despite ' '" J
Napoleon's wife , 1
Or ( nny other 1 h
Spcok o' note- 1
Golc urnit all I J-
It yits my goatl
" . ''si
UU . 1 1
Abour the only fellow who doesn't M "tjiy
admit that the United States won the M .fi-
war Is the 'league of nations. jU.i
.Vow H is claimed that a soviec ex- M uv'1
ist- in the federal prison at Leaven JH j?
worth. That's i(. Let's have more W Th
sovii-in prison. -
Your cold is oxhllarating to tho un- aft-4
- fF-el a good deal like Holland IU(
probab'y does. Why should anyone jL
Insist on having the ex-kaiser? 'W