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EL PASO HERALD EDITORIAL and MAGAZINE PAGE
Monday, Not. 10, 1919.
WEST INTO ITS OWN IN POLITICS;
NATION LOOKS FOR NEW LEADERS
HARDENING to the lesson of the 1916 election, poHti-ia greet deal to the west, Taey may pay the debt by
cal parties ire looking to the west for their leaders. ' nominating a westerner.
Until the state ! west of the Missouri elected a president, j And ft should net be forgotten that Gen. John J. Per
politicians were wont to ignore the treat western empire. I shing is a westerner through and through. Be he Repub
They regarded it as a vast expanse of sagebrush and car- j liean or Democrat, he if a true son of the west,
tus, without political importance, save in the United ; So we of the west can no longer complain that we are
States senate. All this was changed when the men and; ignored politically. We hare come onto nr owe The
women of Om xasnntaina and slain t overruled the voice! next presides t may not be a westerner, altbouib. sseh a
of the populous east and elected Woodrow Wilson for his1 thing now seems altogether likely, bat this one thing is
second term. That result was a genuine shock to party certain, the west win have its say, and a big say, toe, in
deciding who shall occupy the white boose from 1920 to
1924 and torevtr thereafter.
God Give Us More Leaders.
leaders. But politicians are quick to learn. They always
have their ears to the ground and now they realise that
the west most be reckoned with. The independent voters
of the mountain and Pacific states hold the balance of
power and knowing this they will demand some sort of
recognition from the parties in the future.
So it has come to pass that for the first time in the THE very worst feature of that sodanici which threat
country's history men of the west hold conspicuous place ens to inundate the political organizations ef the world
m presidential gossip. The three men most frequently is the fact that it penalises individuality if it does not al
rcentioned in connection with the Republican iiiiniaitien together exterminate it. The geniuses that have stood out
are far westerners. Leading them ia Hiram Johnson, miK-, as peaks above a plain in the history of the world have
tsnt senator from California. Senator Miles Poiadexter, j never lived where it was the role to try to make all in-
wasnmgtor., ior progress, nas rormauy anaonncea ms icuecu nr into a common mold.
By Winsor McCay
Coprrtrht, 211. by Sur company.
candidacy. Senator William E. Borah, of Idaho, is looked
upon by many as a possibility, because ef his long senate
leadership and his recognised brilliant attainments.
The east is not without its aspirants, hat bo one baa
It ia bad enough to attempt to reward each man alike
in a material way for what he does. It wBl prove disas
trous enough to give brawn all and brain nothing, or next
to nothing in the settlement of society's accounts. Bat
been mentioned from that section of the conn try as yet eTe worM is the removal of the incentive to excel. Ta
ho has commanded any degree of rmthssiasm among the ' bonnes to initiative and say farther than shaft not
voters, or even among the politicians. The Republicans j Sj" is to smoke the lamp of thought that lights oar way
confidently expect victory, but the lesson of 1916 wfll be I abre the It is to haft and divert the orderly
remembered and it is unlikely the party in convention
will dare to defy public opinio, oa the theory that any
Republican can win.
With the nomfnariiig convention nine months away,
Johnson seems to have a strong lead, bat his chances fast
largely on the party's stand oa the League of Nations.
Senator Johnson is lespensfils, mere than any ether see
man, for the fight in the senate an the league covenant
without his opposition ft is drabtfnl it the "irreeeneua-
proeesc ef human evolution.
Imagine a state in which every man is cousin to the
ooai uosoenng ou age and stupid youth on every hand!
Women aaly brood mares! Ho nhiloseDhers! Ha neets!
No song makers I Nothing bat a vast expanse, of medioc
rity! whole cations of nothing bat toiling, sleeping
Today's dearth of thinkers and leaders is often attribu
ted to what is believed to be a higher kvei of intelligence,
aoove wmca taese peaks no not shew their true altitude.
M" ,M .t.,. th. ..n, ,Tntl, fe force the ic" 00
radical r.rv.Ho. which th. We farm lemtiaas ' ?e mgh level may be admitted as regards certain scien
.., 1.-. ..a -ma v.. hJT e achievement.
century? We may be more aware of the right and wrong,
we may nave learned to draw riner distinctions between
the two, bat have we really become mare responsive to
the one and more abhorrent of the other?
Can we net trathf sBy attribute today's lack of leaders,
Bat has the race reallv made as
r 1- 1 .. 1 . . 7
the solid Republican suonort in the treaty ratifvine body. " " OTO,UQ " a.e. ln 1"
If the Eepsblican platform of 1920 takes a stand against
the league, Johnson will be the logical standard bearer.
Republicans consider him safe on the law and' order is
sue. He was the political associate of Soosevett and is
generally regarded as the successor to the "Great Ameri
can" as leader of the progressive wing of the party.
Poindexters candidacy has net awakened any great de
cree of interest bat he Is makfsg Us fight on the issae
of the supremacy of the law, and hence will eatamaad con
sideration. Be sees what the great issue will ee ana nas
taken his stand early on the right aide. Bat there is noth
ing in hie record to awaken enthosiasm in his party, and
if Johnson enters the race it seems at this time that the
Califomian win get the western support en which the
Pomdexter following counts.
Borah, as always, is a panic. It is unlikely that he
will be a formal candidate, but it is safe to predict that he
will be in 1920, and he was in 1916 -and in 1912, is a re
ceptive mood. By many be ia regarded as tee radical Bat
his record before he entered the senate, as the mas who
gave years of his life to the cause of law and order when
I. W. W.ism first showed its head in his home state of
Idaho under the leadership of Haywood, will stand Use in
good stead when the nation demands for its chief one who
vill give no auarter to that element which plans to over
turn the Existing order. Borah is a radisal and he glories
m it- But be can be counted en to uphold the supremacy
of the law in any emergency.
But for the accident of birth many believe a Califomian
-..ould bead the Democratic ticket Franklin K. Lane,
secretary of the interior, if regarded as the strong man
of the Wilson cabinet His arrtnirtratatn of the interior
department has Droves a bee to the western cesjatry.
Knowing conditions at first hand, he began at eaee wheat
he took office to remedy troubles which had became in
tolerable to the hocutbtsildete and stockmen ef the men
tain states. Mr. Lane has bees on of the prestdestfs asset
valuable aids in mauv ways. Be is a true disciple of Wil
Fon, and were be eligible, weald likely have the president'j
wholehearted support. Bat unfortunately Lane was bora
in Canada and under the constitution cannot held the presi
dential office. ',
The west now claims WHHsm G. McAdoo, former secre-tjir-o
nf the trunirv and director veneral ef railroads, eon-1
steered a probable presidential candidate. HcAdoo has a
California home and it is generally understood that he
plans to make his permanent residence in the GoMen
Woodrow Wilson carried every northern state west of I
the Missouri river except Oregon. So the Democrats owe
dreamers and artists to the growing tendency to com
monlze rather than compete; to sotiaUie at the expense
of personal development? That sodalizaties or pooling
ef interests which protects a nation against aggressors or
the entire human race against soch nnseeu foes as bacilli
ei sock ever possible disasters as fire and flood and quake
costs nothing of indfvidoaBty, but gives it such bright
opportunities as were offered to Mr. Wilson and Mr.
Hoover in the late war and to the hero everywhere. Bat
when acts of comma nrxation reach the point where each
individual within the coramunired group becomes nothing
mere than a heel-cHcking, goose-stepping unit like every
ether, the very worthwUIeness of existence is no mere.
It was Moses, Isaiah, SamueL Joseph, David. SeJeaea
and finally Jesss who made the Hebrew race immortal. It
was Caesar, Cicero, The Gracchi, Constantine and ether
men. tike them who gave to Some a name that will en
dure with time. Toe age that lacks saeit men wiH never
be remembered. We are threatened with soch an age if
belahevmm is ushered in.
A woman is Scotland who jabbed a man's eye oat with
a hat pis has married him as compensation. What if
some woman eheaM jab oat Us ether eye?
That Philadelphia judge who decaded Sunday flying
Little Interviews. f
Effort To Shift Blame For Crimes Is Old Mexican Trickl
That PhBadelplda judge who decided Sunday flyingl j-, , t-i . . r A A y-i ri t
Mtaginst the uw is Hfe. Noidy goes that fast ta ; Recruits enlisting In Army Anxious For Foreign Service
A Line O' Cheer
Each Day O The Year
B JOHN KENDRICK BASfkt.
If yo are a close observer yea can always ten a waiter
from a zoect at a fall dress affair because a waiter neatly
always has a scalded thumb.
If sesedy hot the profiteers and the reds weald freeze,
the coal miners' strike wouldn't be so bad.
BSE by the press dispatches tboi sura that at least half of the recruits
Colteetir bargaining conaista in patting several col
lectors off with small payments on see's belt.
With Kentucky voting dry "there is hope for Mil
Six homt in sleep, in latt't grate jfoJu, six.
Four spend in prayer, Ae vol en nature fix.
Sir Edward Cek
What A Budget Is; An Explanation
Of How It Operates To Save Money
' Br DSS WITT A 1A.1BKE.1 I
By MC WITT A. S.VXBKKX
ACCORDANCE with the most re
cent development, the term ""budget"
means '& plan for financing an enter
prise or government during a defi
nite period, which is prepared and
submitted by a responsible executive
representative body (or other ; ,tate government the executive Is the
governor, in oar commission arm or
Boxed and submitted by a responsible
One Responnible Man.
A responsible executive la the one
(not two or threes flnairj hetd re
sponsible for the nsisgsnwt ot
concern. In oor national xeverament
I that executive is the president; in our
government the eblef exacntl la the
mayor; In the eemmbntoa momager
fons ef etty government the execu
tive Is the cty manager, and in our
ponHe school government the execu
tive if the aneeissrtaaeent.
erne otner eeeenoni is ui ve a ,
complete budget system, vis: That
It must be eahmlrtsJ ta a issues enta-1
tlve body wbeeo aaroval ad aetfcorl
xatiou are nuuos it before the sua
may bo exeeuted." Tali means that
before a dollar eon be rsdeed or stent
actual authorise k ssnst come trees
representative of the people.
The above is what Is meant by a
"budget system" and when tested by
this definition, we fmd bat few
"tadaats" la any ef the JeriedleUeB
ot oar poblie lite.
Purpose ot te
duly constituted agent) whose ap
proval and authorisation are neces
sary before the plan may be exe
cuted." The above definition Is given by
F L. Cleveland, chairman of former
president Taft's economy communion,
and Is so full c! meaning that It Is
deserving ot further comment.
The budget ! classified as "a plan"
r-id beng a "plan" we expect It to
tell wnat is proposed to be done and
1 nw it is proposed to do it. When we
:!an in our private affairs we do Just
those thing's and no more, and we
rind that after we plan oar chances
of surteae are far greater than If we
did not plan, surely a "plan" would
be last as beneficial in our public
Where Bads Dtftesa.
Tie budget is differentiated from
other plans for the reason that It is
"for financng an enterprise or gov
ernment" Irinanclag means net only
prcding the money for doing things,
but si?" dome things with the money
pro led. We , therefore, would
naturally expect our financial plans
to pr"ent both proposed expenditures
ana proposed reenuea.
Th budget also covers a "definite
per.oti of time" and the logical time
lo present "plans" for doing things
dur ns a definite period ot time Is
st the beglnnlnr. rather than at the
nr1 of that "'period of time."
If the definition of a budget stepped
here It would by defective; for any
one might make a "plan for flnanetar
a sroverntnent for a definite period of
tlire" For th! reason it is farther I soetorlea at Pert Arthur. On tar la.
liffe-entlated by the requirement ' making substantially that aanemee
ma. tu D a Dunrc. 11 rowai n p- menu TSIO
larly to residents of the United States
and especially those ot the' sown
where frost oecmrs less frequently ia
The dumber of commeroe Is asked
to advertise the fact that eaeolal ar
rangements win be made tor pilgrim
ages to Port Arthur daring that sea
son of the year when her fever la at
its worst. This spot has been located
by scientists as the most favorable In
the world for the disease and It ia
guaranteed that goffering osasea dur
ing the sojourn there.
John Began, assistant manager of
the chamber of commerce ears the
proposition la not to be saeeaed at.
United States consular agent W.
O. Jenkins of Puebla has been ex
oaorated of the charge of "standing
in In ais own kidnaping, of which be
waa accused by the Carranclsta of
ficials," said W. c. Waldron, of Los
Angelea, Calif. "That was a typical
trick to get up a counter charge when
caught themselves. It appeared to be
proved practically that Carranxa gov
ernment officials had been Implicated
ia the kidnaping of Jenkins and they
had to do something to counteract it
t would be perfectly willing to leave
it to anyone who knows Mexican condi
tions and gamble on the opinion In the
large majority of cases being given
J nut exactly w T have said. I have
seen it tC4 often In Mexico and la one
instance In Ihe state of Chihuahua I
saw two foreigners kept In Jail about
two years In that way and It took the
supreme court of Mexico to clear them
of the charge."
"Many of the recruits who are en
listing now are anxious for foreign
service." said Corp. Martin Rosen a
member of the local recralting de
tachment. "While foreign service Is
open for the Siberian expedition, the
Philippine Islands, the Hawaiian Is
lands, Alaska, the canal zone and the
army of occupation In Germany. I
selecting foreign service want to go to
the expeditionary forces oa the
The approach ef winter finds live
stock in central west Texas In splen
did condition." seed J- JL Barton, of
Haskell City. "Oood toed erops have
been gathered In practically all of
central west Tex and the big fall
rain nave faratatled ao aautndaaee of
atoek water- AS tanks Is the section
are filled and large supplies ef etoek
feed nave been stored away. I do net
believe that eojUxal west Texas waa
ever fen better cemditioa upon the eve
of wtater than at the pretest time."
"If the atdataiant wage eosstnleaiea
ef Texas raises the aUntasnta ot wages
of the Trl-otate Telephone company's
girl opera tors In 81 Pane, of course
we shall pay it for we win comely
with the law,- said Milton Smith, of
Dearer, viae preeueat and general
counsel of the company in reply to a
qooetioe frees mayor Charles Davis.
nBSrt oor compear wftl not reduce the
minimum below til a week,whlch it la
now. even If the eoaunlaelea should
see fit to reduce ft- We cannot net
competent girl operators for leas, we
expect to make the minimum tig a
week beginning Jan nary 1. anyway-"
"1 believe that the valley farms
should be the beet la the country for
tne i growing potatoes, saia Merrm
and while dry eon la not partleelarly
gooa tor potatoes we nave asurtleieat
means for Irrigation to Insure large.
Juicy potatoes. I think the valley
farmers ought to be able to raise a
good crop twice a year In this ell
mate and have wandered why It has
not been done. This oonnty hae far
bigger possibilities in the agricul
tural line than most of ae realise and
we should take advantage of what Is
here for as."
"Gambling la Jonres has the sanc
tion of the Mexican goverameat." said
T. O. Linton, "and while a few El
Paso reformers are wasting their
voices railing against It, the Mexicans
are oalmly going ahead with their
business. The fact that tke gambling
ia licensed and sanctioned by too gov
araassnt la shown by the fact that a
huge-sum most be paid for the cos
cession to government men. and a
monthly tag alao Is paM. While one or
two men I know la Ml Paso were ratl
ing aelalaet the gambling aoaee and
the saloons In Juarez, and while be
was being promised everything ta the
war ef a 'cleanup that he desired,
there waa no move made to do away
with the gambling hall and there will
"The day Is osmlng waea the men
who work win get all of the profits
ana tnen men wae sit at aesas asm
direct things and dictate to stenot
ox a stormy rat.
LOW on. Autumnal Storm!
My heart Is blithe and warm, .
For well my spirit kaowa
That every wind that blown
Is but an intrumer.t
Of good by Nature sent
To serve some cau?e of worth
For laborers on earth
To brush the dust away
From high toads dark and gray.
To -tpeeu the ships at sea
To ports where they would be.
And with new vigor fill
Man's heart, and soul, and will.
(Copyright. 191, by The MoClttre
CAK the reasatu ef a wMew et
Idler he barted at Arlxagtea
ceasetery near Wukhxtnt 6. Y.
A. The war department says that
the widow of a soldier or sailor may
be burled either by the side of her
husband in the national cemetery, or
In the same grave. Unmarried chil
dren may also be buried at Arling
. What is a' good way to cseaa
wall paperf T. R.
A. One of the strap! teat ways la
to take a loaf of stale but not hard
bread and cut off the cruet: then
taking It in one hand rub the paper
I gently with the exposed surface.
When the bread looks soiled cut off
another thin slice and proceed with
the work. It ia best to rub no ,it
down on the paper.
I there a federal ierr preMMt
lex the fcllHas of the Amerteaa
eaalef H. B.
A. The biological survey eaya
that there Is no federal law prohibit
ing the killing of this bird, hut that
many of the states have enacted laws
to prevent it from becoming extinct
Q. What la a stradtvariae vtelta
worth, and what color Is Itr j. L.
A. It is worth aavwhere from f"j
to t'SCO. The oriignal Stradlvarus
vioim wae polished with a thick yel
low varnish. Later a softer tone waa
nsd. shading: from orance to red
1- At what an ran ftrst efttsea
patten be taken oetT I O.
A. First dtiren papers may he
taken "ut at the ara of IS.
H- In my travels i m aerieed
all bane ere (he farm are palate
lithEr STr."7 P"""r """"
A. The reason meet barns are
liainted red Is that red pe'nt is at-re
durable than anv other kind.
, t. The liberty Teti4 I bonefct ft-va
httereet reanmi os It for enW two
yean. How ran T get the remalalac
I httemr eeweoaef A. M.
j A. The treamirv depart-ten aav
Chat trmaneot bonds will rep'sce
the tefporrv bonrrs tssnd durtnr
j the war. Tese bo-ide w'TI rental-
lal th interest coupon rearv
. Wow ataay Carhatle rl arete
ewe few are there ta the raltr4
j Maes? TP. X.
A- There are about l.n church-.
!. of which have resident priests
"There - 1M leeea.
. . Was a ertrta of the .-
. " wm tot eaenaei. Tennis an
fo vrevr R. H.
A- This n notation was the racttr.
of the Reman senate fa the time ef
v,?r,e RTre me Hna facte
aeoat Jrts TOnmnalceTr T. P.
A. John WaiMimaker was br In
TMI-ie'oh!e July 11. isjs. aPd -a-errand
boy tti a store at the age of
'4 yearn. He srwnts wen f--o
'he retail clothing buelneae wV'c
btrs'neee was the foundation of Us
nreetmt lerre department store Hp
was Bostmsst- e-neri of the T"n".i
Ststee from 1e to a the cabi
net of esldent TTarHsen.
. WWrr M On. Perseta.
aaeesl e reme bent I C
A. They came fron the vTaee n
w.hl In A'esee. name fit
nrt-tulT spelled Plrsehlne. Tv.
re--r?' waa bora In Ttnn eonnrv
ise'WTr tr K WT to
A. The arnrini hi proearate
" I Ky rnttln-s. Tf place In soi"
be to w"1 take rt In from t-jro
o t""e we-ka f5erni'nne cw b.
t ' 1ea ae "'! fmn tb rC"..
"t t-en. Keen the twa mo" -t
fre thews ae meet, titffe ss rw.r
1. Ae aoeti as the Mvii n a e!itr
te-tns ta r-e. nf-V off p,. ti. .1
lea-t nmva m M to form.
'Anv rer can et the xnswer t
a Mtteeeten lw will Ine to tfer'
'ewstfin bitr'i. Vreder4- " r
-vt. Ai--tnrt 'ret.tnn r -
'T,!s n'r j,nrttte sTrtttr to lnfor--.
tloo tSe hfr, pmnnt -f.
r. V-t. mlif.l BT.4 f1nnof, ro-
ooe wot ttefnt to -t .
eomot'o tronblo. nor to un,-,tV
-nstrre research en anv ,iivt
wwte yomr nneetton hrftv sn
ta'nTrv. fnll nrtme eo"ne
nT eftetee two eent st"wp for r
"n -. At replies are ser:
'mct to the tiwi'-er.
a carpenter of Lea Angeles. "When
that day comes we wont be paid eo
much a day or so much a week hat
the profits win be divided up and we
will get a dividend check every ae
viiew. ii oug-ai to mean twiee ao ! i " '
muea to us as what we get now. rTHTfi result 9C the mayaralty eleetlc
!T iij nuca aa see a :
mwuH iwibs aurmg rao war
Those of ua who were wise did-"
congiuessio.wai, MimrrK mkk.
14 Years Ago Today
Pran The HeraM ef Thla Date, toes
'potatoes. said Merrttt raphera will be paid lust enough tot
"The son is rich and loamy keep taosn there." said O- U Bedeao,
in New Tork etty (Savers George E.
MeCtelhu with a plurality of
vetoa over WrOIam R. Hearst- The
difference is ao small that a recount
or an Inspection of the ballots Is de
manded by Hearst.
Wonder Wliat An Eighteen Months Old Baby Thinks A bout - By Briggs Zf
C. of C. Man Has Rieht
Idea Of The Hay Fever
All scientific effort to partner en tly
eoaquer the dreaded malady ef bay
fever having apparently failed, an or
ganisation In Port Arthur. Ontario,
Canada, has done the next beat thing.
This next best thing baa been ta es
tablish a hay fever capital. In other
words aa entire town aan niea turned
late a Mecca for victims ef the fatal
A letter was received Friday at the
chamber of commerce from M. rraa
eis, asaaaarhw director of the Port
Armor-Fort yvnuam development as-
resort win cater aertSBn-
, By WALT MAM'X.
OH, the cop gets princely wages, just to hear and srajthie, when we'd vest
our futile rages, and hand out some sobs and sighs. He is standing on the
corner, in his uniform of blue, and hell weep with any moarner who sttH
raise a howdydo. Tell your troubles to the copper, an attentive ear he lends;
it's immoral and improper if you Spring them on your friends. We have all
our little sorrows, in each breast seme sorrows lodge; and no man of wisdom
borrows any trouble he can dodge; ao when yon are seen approaching with
fresh grievances supplied, I dent need a tot of coaching ere I ran away and
hide. Tell your trouble to the peeler, he wBl fatten aa your wail; he win Set
to every spieler, as be leans against the Jail; oh, he leans against the prises,
nd itf teeters on his toes, and a princely wage is his'n, just because he heat
your woes All your griefs are old and hoary, and of weariness they're toB;
1i and tll your dismal story to the nearest harness bull.
- i'v r rtt br George Marthew Adams WAXI MASON.
1 JUST Lowe Tt
Give me a. Pencil.
Amd Paper mo i
So IT OOBSN'T MAKE
So MUCH DIFFERS MCE.
VvHVT t DO. THERE
Hovaj xo yoo like That
for a Picture - rra
as Good as My Dad
1 DOM'T S'POSE
The MARKS MAK6
on Paper meam
A THIN& To YoO
KNOVH .I'M A VAWL
DAD THINKS I'M A
WATURAL SORN MURAL
pAINTef If MO ,
OWoT. I2 UOOti-
They MeArJ s lot
To ME- MY FATHER
SftVS HE'S AFRAID
fM GoiKd To SE AN
APTlAT- BOT MOTWtTB
I'LL GivS YoO AN IDEA
WHAT t CAN DO ON
The ViW.t I KNOVO
IT'S MMNST .THE S
RULES DOT rLJ
TakE A CHANfCg -
IP i uaimce Tksv Think
I'M doiM6 To SB AN
ACTREAS - iP 1 HIT THS
flAMO KeV3 TrtSV --TOT
KNOVM I'VE. A MUSICAL.
CAREER SePsRE MS
VsOvy I I Got
But write on the.
(Prom the Congressional Record.)
Mr. steenerson Mr. Speaker, how
much time have I rematnirta-T
The Speaker The i r n'lsiiiss has
four rriinntee remaialali;
Mr. 9teenereon .The rsaatlaoaaa
from Tennessee yielded back some
The Speaker He yielded bach three
Mr. Steenerson That makes seven I
Speaker That makes
tes. The gentleman had one '
minute remaining. I noaed until tnaapni. afterMon ,
Mr. Steenerson I understand the j oclock
aentleman charged me with five mln-1 The Interior ef the poetofflce la se
tttes. I on.y yleHed two minutes to . lag rearranged to accommodate iha
h. , Intmn, tT.m .,Wyora,;gU 1 i expected Christmas rush,
yielded five minutes first and than f The automobile bus of the Orndorrf
two minutes. I yield the rernateder of hotel was struck by p.ssenrer trai.
my me w me Kcinieman irons IU1- . 10. which waa be Irur switched
K. A- St 11 we U. residaat ef the Orient
read, today made his ftrst visit to El
Paso for the season ot ISOs-j. He wis
accompanied by a large party of cap
italists. The preliminary heartar ef Jan lr
j owyer, dtr official, who ehot a mi.
four j sUchtly iajurlac him. la the Ceney Is-
, iaia eaiooa voaseroay. nae oeen pos
The accident happened on the Kansas
street crossina last night snout
oclock. Damage to the automojPe
amounted to tlaO.
Mayor J. H. Neff and seven alder
men from Kansas City, nasssa thrcixl
the city en the Rock Island yesterdav
en route to Los Angeles to Inspect m
incineration plant for the disposal of
ur. Blanton Mr 8peaker. the
chairman of the postofflce committee
has inadvertently forgotten his prom
ise to yield five minutes to ma I am
forced to make the point ot no
Mr. Madden I hope the gentleman
will not do that.
Mr. Blanton The chairman of the
postoffice committee promised me five
minutes, but has forgotten it.
Mr. Steenerson I would yield H if
I had any time to yield.
Mr. Blanton 1 think these pro ml son
ought to be kept.
The Speaker The gentleman from
Texas is out of order.
Mr Madden If the gentleman will
withdraw h's point I wUl yield te
him the time that has been allotted
Mr. Blanton All right. I wtl! with
draw it. All I want is the time that
Is coming to me.
(Havinc consumed 10 minutes In
aettlne his allowing ef fear min
utes, the gentleman from Texas' pro- -saoaee. semeWm a sel
ceeded to take up the matter ef an .
appropriation from the emergency w -fund
for the relief of a fourth class leaner tnlt and seesettmea
postmaster whose towa had eutarewn . a irmB,UrMT a dram.
Little Chris I
"eats daae hiw
trarr seesettatee. I
I arwaya aw a saM ef
The ehocelate. biscuit and
feetlener lad us trice In Canada
formed aa aaaoeiatlon which will
agents abroad la an effort to secure
I hills ir end I aever dM
aek ahja far ear-
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