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Cardinal Farley Says Divorces Due
to Ideas From Theaters.
New York, Jan. 7. Elimination
of the divorce problem and
the "triangle plot" from the
drama as a step to improving
morality of the stag was suggested
by Cardinal Farley and
other members of the National
Catholic Theatre movement, at
.the home of the cardinal today.
Several of the present Broadway
plays were described as having
descended to "as Iowa depth
as possible without making it
necessary to call in the police."
Cardinal Farley discussed the
1 "evil influence of the modern
stage," and said parents must
hurry a movement toward creating
a sentiment against bad
"In the kind of plays we attack
we must pick out the so-called
problem plays," he said,
"The patently vulgar plays are
bad enough, but those that deal
in the sex problem are the most
dangerous. They weaken the
teachings of childhood, they put
evil in the minds of the young
and they lessen the sanctity of
marriage vows. Many of the
divorces in this country are, in
my opinion, due to ideas gathered
by young persons from problem
"The theatre in ages when the
miracle and mystery plays had
the vogue was a place.of instruction
and beneficial amusement.
We should return to that kind."
Committees were appointed to
further the movement.
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A Kentucky Lady In Kansas.
Wellsford, Kansas, Jan. 1913.
Mr. Jenkins, Dear Editor;
Enclosed you will find $2
to pay- last year's subscription
and this year's also. Thanking
you for past favors and wishing
the many readers of the Press a
happy New Year, with love to
all my old Kentucky friends, I
remain the same. Mollie Lewis.
See J. G. Asher for farm insu
And Applied His Knowledge In
AuV.s.'ng ifc Teacher.
CHANGE OF SCENE NECESSARY
Some of the Thlnga That Wa Are Apt
to Overlook In Training the
Two Workers and What They
The new teacher was doing her best
at the little sclioolhouse ut. the forks
of the road. She hud been ut work for
three week mill her spirits weie
drooping under the care of tlfty boys
ami girls that leclted In eight different
grades, to say nothing of the worry of
a smoky stove and a very
The old colonel at whoe home thp
teacher Htajed had said to his wife a
few moments after he had met her:
"She carries her head like she had blue
blood In her veins. No need of an
U wllli her. Seems a pity she's
goln' to have to worry with this school,
One evening when the little teacher
hail told the sympathetic old colonel
the troubles of the day, the restless-!
nes ami Inattention of the children,
j he smiled quietly and suggested, "How
would you like to try .some of the ad-1
vice I give the men who train my
, blooded colt- that are being taught
I trotting for the race lourseV"
"You don't i.ie.in that I mint beglu
to whip the children, do you?"
"Oh, dear, no! Very little of that
does any trooil cither on the training
tia k or In the classroom. It is like
this We put the colt on the track, and
da j after day he goes over and over
his lesson. Me sains for some time In
his work: then .suddenly he seems to
lose interest. The whip cannot give
him bad; his lost inteiest. so I tell my
trainer to Jog lilm along one of the
turnpikes. I tell the man not to try to
gii him any speed or lessons of any
sort, but Just let lilm see a hit of new
country, .some wagons and horses and
nut os past-Jug, gUe lilm a change and
1 n ret. In a few days wo bring him
buck to the track, and he's better than
eer. and his lute! est in his work Is
l.i en "
"You don't mean that I could waste
my time running around over the conn
l ' ., fife
iiik i.mi.i: hciioot.noi'bi: at the roiiKb
ui inr !tow.
try with r.v iiupllh, do you? Why, the
people are payluy me V50 n month for
"Again, I mil made to understand
things." laughed the old colonel. Suddenly
his fiico clouded, nnd he exclaimed:
"I shouldn't laugh. I ought to cry,
when things are ns they are. Here you
are struggling with tlfty child ren. You
are expected to give them tlulr paces
for the great rare of life, and you are
paid $r0 n month for your work." He
paused a moment, the frown on bis
face darkening, then said hurriedly: "I
why. I pny that fellow you see out
yonder driving that young trotting
horse $:00 month for every month In
the year. It's the old story over again.
We fall to realize that the highest and
be.st thing In the whole wot Id Is the
brain and character of a child ln making.
We fall to see anything but the
dollars mid cents that are close at
She Was Twice as Good.
The group about the cross roads
store had been discussing the new
teacher who had taken the school on
the ridge when ho trustee of the district
rode up and dismounted. At
once ono of the men asked: "Say, Ben,
we've been talkln' about the uew
teacher out on the ridge. How's she
"Well, I think she's fine. 1 think
she's Just about twice as good as the
one we hnd last year."
"You do? Why, I thought you was
certain the one last year was A No. 1.
How do you figure It out?"
"Yes. I believe she Is. You see, 1
watched the teachers I hire out at my
school mighty close, I do. nonest, 1
don't think she missed whlppln' some
boy every day, an' she averaged about
two a day through both terms of
school. That's goln' some. This now
one has been out to the school only a
little more than two weeks, an' hIio's
started out mighty strong. Do you
know, she's averagln' four lioys a day.
So you seo I'm certain she's Just twice
as good as the other one wo had."
Some Idea regarding the economic Importance
of corn may bo hud by a
thnt In the United States It exceeds
ln acreage, yield and value wheat,
oats, barley, flax, rye, buckwheat nnd
potatoes combined. Our Couutry.
Born to the wife of Charlie
Duncan, Dec. 29th, a fine boy.
Riley Brasher is erecting a
fiw residence on his farm.
Prayer meeting pt this place
every Sunday evening at 2:30
o'clock. Everyone invited.
J. W. Holoman is in ponr
health, at this writing.
M. L. Patton and son, Collin,
and si&tcr, Julia, were guests of
Rfv, .1 C. Kinsolvingand fami
'y, of Errmaus, Sunday.
Lucian LaRue, the county sur
voi or, and possessioners, Messrs.
u(oaall and Hill, were in this
section last week to possess a
lino for ome parties.
Weaiein need of some good
i r now to take charge of
our church at this place. V-hope
and pray that we may get
the service of one like we lme
had with us for the past foin
years. He was prompt in filling
his appointments and was evei
ready to visit any sick person in
and arouhd our midst and
words of consolation to them,
and if any of ojr people were in
needy ciicumstances he would
always admonish the church
to look after those and see that
their wants wee supplied. Such
a pastor as this one, is worthy
of imitation and ought be bono
ed with many churches- But I
say to God be all the glory for
sending Fuch a man as Bro. U.
G. Hughes into our midst.
M. L. Patton attended church
at Emmaus, Sunday, and listened
to a good sermon delivered
by Bro. Franks.
Miss Giace McClure is slowly
recoviing from an attack of
Coughs ai.d colds are ver
common in this community.
The river is rising rapidly and
the stPum beats are making
regular trips now.
Blessed are they that do His
commandment?, that they maj
have right to the tree of life,
md may enter in through the
gates into the city. Revelations
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Old Subscriber In Missouri.
Charlestor, Mo., Jan. 7, 1913.
Mr. S. M. Jenkins,
Dear Editor: Please find enclosed
postoffice money order for
$1.00 as renewal of my subscription
to the Record-Press, for the
year, 1913. Success to the dear
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G. W. Arflack is up again after
several days illness.
We are glad to know that uncle
Jimmie Gass is improving
after having gone back to Evans-
vine, for treatment.
afflicted wifh rheumatism for
se"e"a' months., is improving.
This l:as bern a fine winter for
the fanners to woik, and a good
many have taken advantageof it.
J Rev. J B. McNeeley was called
as pastor for another year ac
Sidney, N. S. Wales, Jan. 1-1. - ' th5s P,ac? . B,:' , Neeley fs
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the shade was the record put up, .mii,."J',T
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summer. This was recoidcdat "nPrVvcd at Present.
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