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H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND. UTAH -
fl ; Little Problems j
H I Sf larried Life j
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H J WILLIAM GEORGE JORDAN J
Hi DANGER OF Cf. APART
H When two friends start out fur n,
H' long wnlk trsothcr they seem incline-
H lively to adjust their stops ho that
H tliuy wnll; shlo by side, within touch-
H ln dlstitnco of each other. If one
H gradually quickens Ills pueo until lie Is
H yards uhead of tliu other mid, In his
H bctf-absorptlon, increasingly widens
H the dlHtiinee between them, they censo
H; to bo two walking together nnil he-
H como two walking alone. Marriage Is
H it lifelong wit lit together of two who
H have selected ench other from nil (lie
H world. It Is community of thought,
H Ideals, ilium, needs mid sentiments Hint
H lends to keep them in stop. It don;
H not liieim a sacrifice of ludlvlduiility,
H nor doe.s It demand unanimity of opln-
H Ion, hut there should ever ho progres-
H sio harmony on essentials mid pro
H grcssh - sympathy on nonessentials.
H Some men feel a plcnviut clow of
B satisfaction In fulfilled duty when they
B divide generously with their wives
J their materia! prosperity. If money
SSJ w'ero the only thing In life, or even
B thu greatest thing, their view would
liu correct, hut the really greatest
H things lii tliu world are those that
H money cannot huy. When n man finds
H himself growing broader mentally and
H does not Bharo his new self with Ills
wife, he Is taking mi Intellectual do-
fl vntor und letting her tiudgo alone up
H , thu ilnlrwuy as best shu can. When
H i he grows Into u larger and liner social
H world and does not mahe her a patt
fl of It I id Is traveling In tliu parlor-car
mid keeping her In the tiny eoneh.
When thu lurgor Interpretation of life
mid Its prohlems strengthens Ids splr-
B ltuul mid ethical vision, while his wlfo
coutluiies In the narrow horizon of tiu-
8 Illuminated household cares, ho Is
H monopolizing tho fc telescope, which
B brings things near mid larger, IcuUug
Iter thu microscope whkh only In-
erensos thu luiportmico of her trllles.
1 Growing apart mentally must, under
theso conditions, lieconio Inevltahle. It
H may ho that ho nlono Is to bhimo; It
H may ho her fault, or It may ho thu hllud
H thoughtlessness of both. Ills repeated
H iittempts to tall: over with her his
B ideals, Ids drenins of nnihltlon, his
B pliius, purposes mid progress, to stlinu-
H late her Interest, to share wild her his
K' Intellectual uplift may he met with no
B real comprehension, no sympathy, no
B 1iisiIiIuk respouso, When comradeship
H In iimrrliiKO dies, It really makes cry
H llttlo dlffereuco what tho postmortem
B vcidlct as to tho decease may he.
PJ When (ho luishand Is out In tho
H . woild of buslnofcS whlcli tends to blend
H J j with tho social world, ho may broaden
H ' mentally us ho prospers materially.
H , Ho travels over tho country, mid In a
H ' wider itcquiilutanco with men mid con-
H dltloiis has many of tho rouicli cducs
H of provincialism worn fiinooth. JIo
H ineotH men of attainment and action,
H' h itu of power and prestlso, mid under
H u moni Htlmuhitltis,' emlronment devel-
H ops latent streiiKlli of his own. JIo
H brushes up iiKiilnst I;eon minds that
H put u now cdKu mi Ills thlnldiii;; ho Is
H In closer touch with current thought
H mid opinion; he has acuulivd n polish.
M Thu keynote of ids Ulug, so far as
H bO'Jcty Is concerned, Is hlnher. Ills
H tastes become more dlseiimliiatln?,
H Ids demands more exacting. If ho has
H not been sharing thoco things with tho
H wlfo of his youth, ho lluds bho das
H been Mantling 31111 while ho litis been
H Kho who faithfully struggled with
H him and for lilm, helped him to get
H thu foothold of bin present succoms,
H ' ond heenmo absorbed In wot king, plati-
B nlng mid mivlug, may now bo a nieio
BBV drudge. Ho bus n new standard of
JBV llfu now, mid hho falls sadly short of
BBV it. Ilo meiisiircH things more super-
', (lolnlly, mid though her heart may ho
H ! uachauged, her head is not up to date.
H' Ilo may bo iishamed to Intrnducu her
H into thu new society of which hu has
H bicomo a part; sho is plain, umittrac-
H (Ive, overrctlrlug or oveiioiiuuclutis.
H Sliu Is nggresslvu In her dress mid ills-
H play, slio Is not fmullliir with tho rules
B of tho socfal game with tho "tech-
B 'jlcjuo" of his now KCt.
m Tho old eipiallty between them has
M , Iwin destroyed hilled through no-
M gleet. It is not tho work of n moment,
m v hut tho slow, widening process of jears
1 of growing apart. Hut tho realization
H of it all may como in a moment. There
B may bo suddenly un illuuilnatlug Hush
of consclousnebs, when ho liivoliin-
M lurlly faces it, In comparing her with
B other women.
HHl Soinu llttlo mnnnerlsm of hers that
m unco was sweet, Just hecnuso It was
1 , beis, Jars on ids sensllillltles and
M ' strikes a discordant note. Ouco lie
M did not euro whether she thought it
. was Homer or Cnrlylo who wrote-
H "811ns Mariner," or whether she laid
H I -, lieu rd of either nuthor or book. 1'er-
H I Imi.s tit that time liu did not Know tho
j book lilmseir. Tho red tupu of so-
M i clety'a cards, passwords and methods
m tuny liavo beeomo becotid nature to
H iilin, and ho Is unjust In his condeiima-
1 lion of mi ignorunco which would not
H huvo existed had he been sliming with
H her his expanding life. Ho may no-
H tlco with a grating senso of dhuiuy
H, that sho dots not put tLo -oft pedul
H( on Iter laughter to conform to the
HB proper rippling notes of mirth pie-
Hb unibed by taa social code. She, too,
Hi may huvo h;r saddening moments of
BB, realization mid refuse to enter a
fl, Vorll whore uho feels her inferiority,
or not, realizing, may, to his chngrln,
InMst on her rights. Usually sho bold
ly takes thu plunpe into tho social
waters, confident Hint she will, some
how, get back to shore.
Shu may live, In his presence, In nn
atmosphere of patronizing tolerance
fearlpg at every word that Mic maj
H-utahlo Into Mint; pitfall of mispro
nunciation or nn Inadvertent phrase
or, growing fieir-iissiired nnd reckless
she puts on ii full head of steam In
the presenco of a position requiring
tact and Just crashes through It Uku
an engineer running his train over a
burning bridge, ills bearing may reach
Its melting point; In his acquired mi
persensltlveness hu puts fictitious vnl
ues on points whero she Is deficient
and his tolerance fades) Into posltlvo
neglect. Ilo may then devote his
whole time to liner minds, fairer faces
mid freer morals. How fur they may
drift apart, no one can tell.
It may bo that It Is tho wlfo who
ndwiuccs menially, and hu who Is tho
laggard, Thu inereaned prosperity
may menu closo confinement for him
to the drudgery of business. Tho so
ciety of n few old friends, survivals of
the time when ho was poor and strug
gling, may be all ho ernes for. Litera
ture may not appeal to him. His dally
paper supplies all his needs. Tho lie
ttvltles of tho world of modern science,
thought and culture have for him no
real Interest. Ills wife, left free to
tho rounding out of her mind and life,
may develop a tasto for reading, for
companionship that Is mentally worth
having, for original thinking, for tho
charm of true conversation, for ttio
discussion of subjects of real Impor
tance. Hho may gather around her u
clrclo of friends who feed her mciitnl
hunger mid stimulate her thinking. Hu
feels vaguely out of placo with theso
new friends of hers, llko n poor rela
tion at it Christmas dinner.
.She has found her way Into tho land
of the Intellectual and has established
u residence theie, while ho, In ids
loneliness nnd isolation, is camping on
Its frontiers. Hu feels somewhat it
stranger In ids own house at social
gatherings of her friends. Hu may
chafe under tho feeling that ho is on
tho wrong side of tho proscenium
arch; that liu in not one of thu per
formers, but meiely u spectator. Hu
lungs to cut out all "lids heavy intel
lectual business" nnd go off qidcily
with u friend or two mid jugl nit, and
talk, mid smoke.
This growing apart mentally may
assume any of a hundred phases, Hus
band mid wlfo may liu subjected to
any class of differing cuvlioiiments
that change their mental standpoint
and their moral sympathy. New ideas
ami now Ideals may sweep old land
marks of mutual understanding far out
to tea. It Is a sad outgrowing of u
union of lovo and companionship, a
growing unuutlbiledness whero sjioech
that meets no sympathetic response
lapses Into silence. When sympathy
and recognition of one's Ideals uru
found only outside tho homo walls,
when the Instinctive Impulse to tell of
a success or n failure turns to soiuo
ono else, when tars grow hungry for
outside pral.se, there is serious danger
to the happiness of married life.
It is so easy to keep together If both
realize tho vital Importance to nil that
is sweetest In life In keeping In step,
In true comradeship. Talking over
thu affairs of their Individual lives
mid their life in common, tho hopes,
the longings, thu doubts, tho Joys und
tho prohlems, gives each tho basis of
Knowledge from which most truly to
understand mid advise each other.
Heading tho sumo hooks, discussing thu
same current events, hearing tho sniuu
music, seeing tho sumo plays, criticiz
ing tho sanio pictures, halng dearest
friends In common, agreeing on tho
same spiritual and cthluil uttltudo to
winds life, and shining in thoughts
and plans will do much towards mak
ing it growing apart mentally an im
possibility. This keeping in stop does not mean
thu saerllko of tho stronger to thu
weaker, but the stronger uor, through
love, raising tho weaker to higher
planes of thinking and living. It Is
not necessary that they should even
ngreo us to tho uluo of each other's
pursuits or views, but that both should
know them, understand them and re
spect them and hu lovingly tolerant
where they aio not united in their sen
timent or desires. They should give
cwr their best to each other.
When tho husband Is n clever, de
lightful companion nt some ouo elfo's
dluuer-table, but a sad, stlll-llfo stud)
in fillenco nt his own, ho is not giving
Ids best at home. Ho is retaining his
hist for tliu export Undo and reserv
ing none for homo consumption. When
thu wlfo lias charity, consideration and
sympathy for tho cures of others out
sldu tho home, nnd only sharpness and
sarcasm for thoso inside, tho time
tablo of that homo requires Instant
revision or tliero will bo n crashing
disaster to their iruln of happiness.
Sources of discord multiply llko Aus
tralian rabbits when tho growing apart
Intensifies. It is tho sacred duty of
both to prevent it nt tho very begin
ning, to determine that they will per
mit no thoughtlessness, no drifting, no
false senso of duty to family or to the
world, to separuto them from each
Pslnn It Along.
"And did vou let tho ofllco boy oft?"
"Said his grandmother was dead."
"You H'V'dlowcd that old excuse."
"I mny not swallow It, but I accept
It. My boss used to honor it when I
was a kid."
The Other Way Round.
"n0 you stiind while they uro play
in tho national anthem?"
"In theso times It would bo moro ap
propriate to say: 'J3o you sit' when II
is not hot ig playcdV
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MANAGER CLARK GRIFFITH AS AN ORATOR '
ffd- : Wgj, feillik J
SCRAPPY LEADER OF WASHINGTON NATIONALS.
Clnrk Orlfllth makes an Interesting spsech when he presents n baseball
out lit to a detachment of soldiers,
"Those outfits," ho tells them, "are tho tributes of tho fans to tho soldiers.
In giving them we uro actuated Hist by our lovo nnd respect for our soldiers.
They nlso are In recognition of what the United Slates army did for baseball
mid what It Is doing.
"Our nrmy preserved baseball. The game would luivo died out during tho
Civil war but for them. They kept u going and linvo kept It up ever since.
They carried It Into tho I'hlllppltiis and Into Culm nnd have made It tho
International game. With It they clxlllzcd the Philippines.
"And now," continues tlrlff.'rl'ln? to nn oratorical lllght, "you are taking
this pimo Into France. Moro than Hint, you nro going to tuko it Into Germany
when you roll tho Germans ncross thu Ithlne. Vou nro tho boys who nro
going to roll thrm back. Nobody ele Is going to do It. You arc. And when
you do, I wnnt you to tnko tlilB game with you and tench it to tho Germans
when tho war Is over. You'ro going to carry baseball Into Germany, nnil when
you do it will tench them sportsmanship and Ideas of honor, of which they
seem totally devoid."
UMPIRE SHOWED HIS NERVE
Manager MeQraw Relates Incident
Showing Courage of Tim Humt
In important Ball Game.
"I pevor saw nn umpire dtsplny moro
liorvo In n critical situation than tho
Into Tim Hurst did ono day In Cleve
land years ago," said John McGraw.
"I was with tho Orioles, and lit tho
tlmo wo had to dress In n slinclc un
der the grandstand, adjoining (mother
In which tho Cleveland team dressed.
In tho Cleveland dressing room a smnll
fspnee had been set apart for Hurst
to dreits In, which led to n rather tick
"In nn Important pnmo wchd Cleve
land beaten 2 to 0, when the went to
hat In tho ninth nnd filled tliu bases
with two out. Put Tebeau wn i nt lmt
nnd ho Jumped out In front of tho
butter's box to smash a slow drop
which tho pitcher delivered to him,
driving tho ball to tho fenco In left
center for three bases. Tho runners
scored, nnd It looked us If the gamo
was over, hut Wllhert liolilnson, who
was catching for us, called Hurst's at
tention to tho fact that Tchenu had
stepped out of his box, and Thu called
him out, nt which tliero was n near
liot. "Tho Cleveland plnyers wer in a
rngo and threntcned Hurst with nil
kinds of bodily harin, but Tim calmly i
walked down to their dressing room,
donned Ids clothes nnd ns calmly wnll:-1
rd out without so much ns glaring nt
Hid homo team. It took real courage i
to do Hint, hut Tim uever illmiied."
BOXING LIKED BY SOLDIERS
Art of Self-Defenee Has for Long Time
ten Encouraged In English
Army and Navy.
Tho Introduction of tho manly art of
solf-defensu Into tho training work of
tho various military camps throughout
thU country will bo u good thing' for
tliu young soldiers.
In I'ng'uud boxing has for n long
tlmo beeu encouraged In tho tinny and
Mnny noted Drltlsh professionals nro
men who learned to box while serving
In tho ranks or on shlpbouid In thu
It Is n certainty that ftom now on
thu sumo ideas will hu carried out In
this country, nnd It Is suro to follow
that boxing gloves will bo a part of thu
equipment of every encampment of tho
American soldiers nnd lit every Ameri
PRIZE THRILLING TIE GAME
Remarkable Extra-Inning Contest
Played Between Cincinnati Reds
and Chicago Cubs.
Perhaps n moro remnrknblo extra
Inning game never was played than
that between tho Iteds and Cubs nt
Cincinnati August nt. Going Into tho
ninth tho scoro wns -1 nnd -1. Tho Cubs
scored n run. The Iteds came back
with ouo in their half. In the tenth
tho Cubs scored another. Tho Iteds
camu right back nnd tied it. In tho
eleventh tho Cubs scored two nnd
then what did tho Iteds do but score
two in their half, Tho umpires, de
spairing of tho tlo over being broken,
called tho garao on account of dark
LEONARD MAKES BIG MONEY
Lightweight Champion Grabbed Off
$G5,O0O In Past Year Flno Fu
ture Is Before Him.
Many n bank president would con
sider that ho had achieved tho height
of ids ambition If ho could grab ?(!.",
000 n year, ns Ilcnny Leonard has dono
during tho past twelvo months In tho
Ilcnny got about $000 for beating
Treddlo Welsh, nnd tho $11,001 ho
earned when ho met Johnny Kllhnno
at Philadelphia Is a small part of his
total earnings for the year. Hut Leon
ard has kept busy In thu ring. His
manager, Hilly Oltiscn, has always had
lilin well booked and lins always man
aged to get him fnlr-slzcd purses. So
t ,?w-v i
tii&r-l Hv 1
Leonard' earnings linvo piled up fns
ter than thoso of many a shruwd-hend-cd
Ilcfuro another year has passed
Leonard will have moro than doubled
his eurnlngs of tho past twelvo
months, for the lightweight champion
ship is certainly worth Its weight in
Bladed Sweep Oar Invented.
Kills Ward, former rowing conch of
I tho University of Pennsylvania, has
Invented an aluminum bladed sweep
ONE OF THREE
By DOROTHY DOUGLAS.
I f I
IVolgrovo turned from tho box ofllce.
Disappointment wns written on his
"There's not u seat to ho had, Sis.
I'm nwfully sorry. Hut I expected It.
There hnsn't been n show llko 'Unci;
Tliero' on Broadway for soiuo time."
His sister, Peggy, reflected his dis
appointment. However, sho smiled. "It
can't be helped, Vance," sho snld
cheerfully, "but I should lovo to havu
K'on it before going back home."
They wero leaving tho foyer reluc
tantly when two girls approached
"Wo linvo ono seat extra In tho fifth
row." the elder of tho two girls said,
nddresslng herself to Peggy; "if you
euro to tuko It it will help us out."
"We wnnted two," Wnlgrovo re
turned quickly, being qtilto accustomed
to this manner of purchasing seats;
"tny sister is only In town until to
morrow, und I wanted especially to
take her tonight." Ilo lingered a mo
ment while tliu two girls conferred lu
Tho elder ngnln spoke, this tlmo nd
".Miss Galo Fays sho will let you huvo
her seat since It Is tho only night your
sister can come. Perhaps sho and Miss
Weeks will get scats another time."
"Oh I" Peggy exclaimed swiftly, nnd,
turning to tho girl: "This Is too good
of you. I wouldn't think of using your
seat." Sho saw with swift comprehen
sion that tho girls had no doubt bought
tho seats many weeks In nilvitnce by
way of u raro treat. They apparently
tolled for their theater tickets n few
extra nights n week.
Gladys Gale answered, n slight blush
making her even more charming to look
upon, "I nm only happy to let n sol
dier havu my seat," shu said. "Nan
Weeks mill I will como nnother time."
Shu spoko for u moment with her cons
pitnlou; then, with it swift nod which
Included both Wnlgrovo ami his sister,
shu went nut of tho theater.
"It Is nwfully good of your friend,"
Peggy continued speaking when, after
Wnlgrovo had exchanged four dollars
for tho two seals, they all went Into
tho theater. "You see, my brother may
hu called out any moment, and I want
ed to see as much of him us possible."
Shu gazed rather proudly nt the big
man lu kliukl, und so did Miss fircone.
Tho latter, much Inclined to conver
sation, told Peggy about tho small flat
sho had with tliu two other girls.
"I Just kind of keep nn eyo on Oladys
nnd Nnn," sho said. "I'm n good deal
older and feel motherly toward them.
Wo all work during tho day nnd now
Nan has taken up Ited Cross work.
That's tho reason shu had to gtvo up
her seat tonight. Sho's been waiting
for u vacancy In thu home-caro class
tint! didn't expect it to como so soon."
Tho rising of tho curtain prevented
further chatter, but Vnuco wns con
scious that his sister welcomed feml
nlno companionship ns well as his own.
During tho Intermission Miss Greene
again spoko of tho small flat.
Peggy voiced her thoughts. Her eyes
remnlned wistful. "You see, I don't
know many girls In tho city, and tliusu
w bom I linvo met only euro for restau
rants nnd dancing. I qulto cuvy you
your llttlo homey flat nnd Into suppers.
I suppose you huvo llttlo studio nprons
ami u tiny kitchenette and pink potted
plants In tho windows."
Miss Greeno laughed quickly. "You
could not huvo described us hotter lind
you been in our tint." Sho paused u
moment In thought, whllo sho cast n
swift, searching look at Vunco Wnl
grovo. "Ho seems human," was her
Inward comment. Sho turned ngnln to
Peggy. "If you nnd your brother will
como I will be so glad to telephono tho
glils to preparo enough snppor for Uvo
instead of three tonight."
"Oh! I should Just lovo it I Peggy's
renl delight shono In her eyes. "I will
persuade Vancu whllo you tiro tele
phoning." Sho had llttlo dllllculty with her
Allss Orccno telephoned, nnd when
tho play was over u tnxl whirled them
swiftly down to tho llttlo Hat.
After Introductions Wnlgrovo natur
ally drifted toward Nan Weeks. Sho
was slim und palo mid seemed qulto
unnblo to stnnd tho strain of typing nil
day long und studying nursing In tho
"Hut I would far rather dlo In n
nurse's uniform than In ordinary ofllco
clothes," sho nrgued softly to Wnl
grovo. "You nro doing your part," sho
ended, with a ghinco ut Ids khaki, "so
let mo do mine,"
Tho evening was altogether charm
ing and they wero till sorry when It
Wnlgrovo wnnted to tnko Nnn and
Gladys to "Hack There," since they
had missed it, but neither was willing
that ho should sit through it twice.
"Then I'll get two moro chaps and
make a party of six,' ho announced,
"I'm sorry you won't bo here, Peg," ho
Dining tho drive back to tho hotel
Peggy tnlked much of tho evening.
"Nun -Weeks is far too beautiful and
sweet to nurso soldiers," eho snld firm
ly. "They will ono nnd nil fall desper
ately in lovo with her and their fevers
will sonr sky high whenever sho tends
"Peggy you'ro n brick I I knew you
wero seeing Nan Weeks ns my wlfo
almost before I did." Ho squeezed her
nanus affectionately. "I will linvo to
mnko quick work of it, for wo may bo
culled any day to France,"
(Copyright, 1917, by the McCluro Nowupa
Philadelphia, Pa. "Ono yenr ago I
was very sick and 1 Buffered with pains
IIPIB until I n?nrly wcnt
m 3 difTcrontdoctorsand
mi .. &Tffl u,ey a11 BaId hai1
not lM fcmBl to"0'0 a"J
M tll would not Ret any
J'1 "Sfl rellcf until I would
Ii' Vft? I l'o operated on. I
j&-yy'jb ,iau" BUU"ered forfour
jLMKg'.ff yonrs beforo this
$0k!mhk; time, but I kept Rct
, fftssamwitfog WOi-so tho moro
medicine I took. Every month slnco I
was a young girl I had suffered with
cramps in my sides At periods and was
novcr regular. I saw your advertise
ment in tho newspaper and tho picture)
of a woman who had been saved from
nn operation nnd this picturo was im
pressed on my mind. Tho doctor had
given mo only two moro dnya to mnko
up my mind so I sent tny husband to tho
drug Btoro at onco for a bottlo of Lydia
E. finkham's Vegetable Compound, and
bclluvo me, I soon noticed ,. change and
when I had finished the third bottlo I
was cured and never felt better. I grant
you tho privilege to publish my letter
nnd am only too glad to lot other women
know of my cure." Mrs.Titoa.McGON
1CAL, 3432 Hartvillu Streot, Phlla., Pa.
An Unreasoning Complalner.
"Most unreasonable man I over met.
Kicks because hu has to gut up In tho
morning at 0 o'clock und throw coal
Into tho furnace."
"Pretty hard, I say."
"Yes! Hut think of having the coal
to throw 1"
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back, sharp palm, dizzy ipcm, head
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Doan's Kidney Pills. It may save nn
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A Utah Cass
W. W. Itoblnton, Klrsi .
Knst St.. nonr Hret -6tfiv23X.TJUl
North Ht American Tf.,siT
Fork, Ulnh, says: "for Ai,-7
months 1 surrorcd from iHVfiMfT
a itcaily nclie across my tC3nft(
kidneys. Tho lont movo W
that caused a strain on S1 fliA
my. bnck sent a pain nlSjHBk
through mo. A drug- I nMKtU
pint recommended IJMhSi
Moan's Kldnoy Tills nnd tilMmLSM.
I tried tlirm. Thoy fixed JSJQmwmlU
mo up nil rlnlit and TffTrmfl
havo only needed tliemHCtmQ
onco slnco thon. Atjil hj&KPi
Hint tlmo they asraln v
brought inn ns roou results as boforo,
quickly rellovlnc tho puln."
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FOSTER-MILOURN CO.. BUFFALO, N. Y.
DESTROYER OF THE FRONTIER
Aircraft Promises Such Swiff and Easy
Transportation That Peoples Will
Not De Rooted In Soil,
If you went lu tho ordinary way
from thu Italian city Turin to Kng
lanil, you would changu trains tlirca
times, cross tho channel by boat, force
yourself to hu patient whllo locomo
tives cooled and took on wnter, pas
sengers embarked or alighted nlont
tho railway, and customs' oillcers went
through their fussy examinations. A
proper nllowanco of time, wo would
say, would ho ,10 hours.
Thu other day, Captain Laurhit of
thu Italian aviation corps mndu the
Journey by airplane In 12 hours und
2 minutes. For him, tliero was ni
such tiling us frontiers, no delays ex
cept those ho himself willed, no olll
cluls In seedy uniforms to muku n
mess of his baggage unless hu selected
to let them.
It Is thu Iden of Intcruntlonnllsta
that woil linvo u world statu when
everything Is so mixed Hint there la
no straightening it out by national .
command, when borders can be
crossed us ouo would couuty lines,
when transportation Is so swift and
ensy that no peoples can bu or will
desire to bo rooted In tho soil. Well,
should this como about, tho world has
tho Instrument which will compass It.
It Is tho flying machine. Toledo
"I am bent on this thing."
"Ah! I thought It was crooked."
Any community enn enduro n cow
ard who is afraid to do wrong.
DON'T BOTHER jjjL
JUST TRY AX
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