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THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE AND CAPE COUNTY HERALD
THE CAPE WEEKLY TRIBUNE
AND Till: ( AIM: COl'NTY HERALD.
Every Friday by
Till: CAPE CIKAKDKaV Pl'liMSIIING COMPANY.
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II ll.ilk-. I, il, will. I I
line feathers make line bills for IhimIimhIh to urnwl over.
- Woman's dednte in NViv York Hf (o pnilltilli; elided in the deei-ion
tlinl painting tlir fiice is nil ri.ht if I 1m paint id put on properly. After
this tin masculine Miei i should .(. directed ut tl.e fetliinine luck of Irpr.
(Inat P.ritian mill (leniiiit'.y Iimvc entered into nn min i tnciit to look
lifter Portiitiils African possessions. They will relieve IVrtuiial of till te-.-potlsidility
in the mutter dy simply roliovih); lier of (lie possessions.
The Man, lard is Miintil-y cotii..t ini: putting in a Sf.iti.hrd linotype
to rtiadlo it to keip up its jol work ami issue tlie soil of paper that
shoiilil lie uivi li it- r. :nli-r. Hardly a week passe, dut what we mo forced, j
for lark of spare. !.. leave over II Mimd-r of reailal'le nrtieles that we Would!
like cry much to have i, pear in tin.e. I'lenty of material is at liaml to
lill a six-pave sheet and il is due the town ami rommunily. To set by hand
the amount ol type reipiired would necessitate additional help and (inati-
eially, it would not pay. A linotype will a.-ilv do the work of lour turn.;
TWO PER CENT INSPIRATION.
Mr. lldisot,',, Matrmciit that nenimi consist of 2 per rent inspiration
mid !'n per rent prespiratiot) hs provoked many brilliant paragraphs as
to the in ed of the 'J per cent inspiration. Without at tempt it,,, to fix the
exact proportion of the component ,nr( f genius, ,nlIst ,, ,1(;n.(
Mr l.dis.,,, has Mated a pmoral truth. The difTerrm'e in the intellectual
........'.... o, ,,:, , comparatively umall. the discrepancy l.rinu
' "" "'mtv ml, declared that the only K.
hoiiii iiiimiik nie ueniufi r industry. The view
il, f :. .. . . .
'" ' ,m,"n "' '" mrrca-e.l on mav profit from
exhortations to industry.
.lame A. Cai li, Id, in adlressit,K company of collet;,, student-. n a
mcmoralde occasion in their live.-. c!,,,m. "Mucins" fr 's subject He
aicued that it was not (he C, feet that made a man tall. I.ut the extra 2
or ! inches above the avenge. lie conten I that what was true of tl.e
physical was also true of the mental. Those who have hen, thrown into
Ireipirnt contact with men the world
Mr. liirliehl's oi'sorvation,
esteems crfnt have often tl.outiht of
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I hat liitf l.aiikei-, eirporatioii heads i:nd financier. are respon-d'le for
the widespread can.p.'iimi against the "colhclion at the sianee" feature
of the m w income tax law i- the a-seitioti of ( 'oiiuressmaii Cmlell Hull.
ils .nil hor. The aMin.pt to liriiiL' at. out a chant;e in the mitliod
milii-tei i I . ii the law already l,a licen luucli disi'll--i'd. ( 'oliuii ssman
tun ha- iutroiluccd priili.nis ir,, in hank- in his district in Mirhiuan fauuinn n'te the little poin.'s of excrlletK
ioinciime tin. treat men aiiiu :,! so i.r.liin.iv
that Ihf casual flcipiailitiince wonders how . ,.ls imPOS,., WlA lM,rs,,iality
upon the world. Hut a he watch, s and li-tei,s, some act or Koine word
reveals the p, s,esM,,ii of the exda inches of Mature al.ove the average of
mankind. 'I he cui.f rule runs throiik-h the m, -t commonplace things of
life. The uverane person at a stock show, fruit vhil.il. or i ...,e ..tl,..r
in, I dilheultv
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,iti.i than with
la li w he'li laid all
p.il i lit - .1
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the i haiik'e and 1 1 u 1 1 in. in .1. M . ( '. ."-mitli ha- intioducid similar petition inn
from liankiis in Kalamazoo ami ( 'ohlw utcr. Tin -e pelilion a-k that the
law lie aiiiindid lo proj.c for 'ilifot mat ion at the source' instead of "eol-
jlectioii at I he souice." The petilhn s-et up that ll.e pic-elit law pro ides
that the tax should l.e colli etc. I l'r-t and a--e--ed aft, iw aids. The tax i-
! collected on the ur,,-- ineon,. and is latter a--eed , Ii tl.e (;io- in.,. ll.e
I les- certain deduct i"i:- which ale allowed. In this manner il is said refunds
, will lie iiccr aiy ol: a rry larye lop. 1 1 n 'ti of the returns of individuals.
. t mler the "informal ion at the source'' plan it is claimed all complication.
,. 1 and uiiiiicci-.-ary expenses aKilteatinn hundreds of thou-ands of dollars to
jt ne covcrumetit aimuallv could lie cliniiliated. The pel il inns ask that if
the law i not amende I the pivcriilnciit shall make an annual nppiopriat ion
jf i" roiml'Uisr the hanks, danker., and tru-t companies for their expense.
1 It i- practically a certainty that the law will nor de amended, dut it ploliaMo
if ad- collection of products, wliellier of the hand or of the soil, v.i.llhi
( lam- m M'lei'lmi! the products that excel. (Inly the trained j.L,. js roinocleiit
iwards are made. In eloth-
on which :
line .ippues. rue lew extra dollars it, eo-t makiliL- the differ,
lielween the ordinary an, I the lu-t-ela-s suit.
Mr. IMi-oii doiidtless meant the 2 per cent iuspiiation of genius as the
margin nvi r the normal perretil :ine. (f . did, he was rieht. Too much
.-!:. r.-.iinoi I r laid on tlnw nriiilit dintinu. s.Mndoli,,! dy perspiration.
'I here are . M ept ion .. some apparent and some real. The element of luck,
ep rhance. or whatever it may de called, has oft, n plaed a part in the
success ,r failure of men. Hut it has dim almost (he universal experience
of od-ercr that Mfeess ha- deeti .11 hi.vcl only lhi"imh follow iim the mle
that were Mrtssod i,f the ohl-fa-,ioi, , iiioiiui' ,,f Tlioma A. Kdi-on in the
instructions -lie i:avr him defore he not a jod ut the ur of as a uew-doy
on the (itaild Trunk I.'ailwaV. Coide I .'emo. rat .
luodilicat ion- in the regulations
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Thi- is a
I. polled tl,.
A a mat ii r
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t poem ot
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conditions of which complaint is
will de made which will largely leincily
I'a-hion notes f,,r tin
hair In I. after. Hut how
that pianists will wear short
i the p'ldlic to know thai they are pianists."
and 1 1 1 h it 1 1 ..I'
is I I, III I
decided that a I'oh' is
rediscovering from linn
MARKET IS WEAK.
Surely there must de some mistake admit the meat sholtaL'e we have
dcen putting up such a howl admit. We had deeii led to suppose diitehers
and packers were fallinu over themlseves to diiy anything that could even
de cht,.,l as meat, Hut listen to this mournful tale from Monro county,
says an editorial in the Missouri l!uralit, W. W. Mitchell had i'.DO fat
and frisky uoat- that had eaten all the availadle lii'is. dtii-h find tomato
cans in that part of the county no he loaded them inTi two doudle deck
cars and shipped them to St. Louis. I lid the llesli hunnry itihaditatit of this
r,.,i,,i.. 1 'itv ru.-Ii to meet Mr. Mitchell with open arms and reiwlv ehekels'.' Thev
The .secret "f IVidnt Wid. n's my-teiiou Mexican policy is ,. n at
la-l. The explanation comes, nol from any formal announcement upon
the carefully I p, writ I en authority of the While idui-e: not thioiudi the
solemn premium emoiit if a lYcidcnt i.d uiessau-e to the asseml led 'otit;re-s
from the rostrum of the House of Representatives; m.t fiou. a stern pro
clamation over the signature of Y Irow Wilson and under the eroat seal
of the I'nited States; not throned ii trump, t call to tl ition ft-. .n i I he
Coiiinintidor-in-(.'hief. notifying - forces that at, hist he has determined
to net. No, not tliioiiiih any of these hotioradie courses has I he secret,
eiiardcd so carefully for these many weary and di.-hearteuitin months, at
length of inaction which U the one Very distinctive feature of the W'ilson
Hiyau tnanatemetit of our forcicn alTairs.
'lllent.,1 with hie.
ale t hall t h" ii.cn u
I ui k, v
plie lor the
-t 1 i'cadiioiic.h'
country that c ' - into a row with
'I In- pne optimi.-t is the man who
in I'mili-h on the theory that it wmil
feace at Any Prim.
That is the secret. That, in the true ineaiumi hidden under the alliter-
, measly dollar a hai! whs the hi-di did anif .'.OD was the limit e i- e n.. : i . . n--t ... . . . . ...
I '., . ,, ... . ,,,,: ., . , , , MVP '" oi i resiiicnr miiHiim "watctitui wailum . The dreadful tale
ai inai. Jir. .Mircneu neiu ins resin-s nannies ami mines n.r a imv or two - ... , , ,
i .i i i .i -i- f . -ri i- . . oi outrape, pillaue and iimnler that fnuiK in .J ail v iurrea-inu durdeii over
I'he in, lease of ,a'"' ,'"'n shipped them to Kansas t ity. I he Kansas ( it y eomniL-sion meo 1 '"- -" "in "'"'"'i o,i
turned up their cultured nose- ar, the sicht (and smelli and wouldn't olTcr nlr "IK'!1 :iii-ni-riuuen laml lieyond our southern Imnler touches
a cent. SaiIIv ami mournfully was orrcrcd a retreat and when the uoars ri vinpat het ic chord in t lie American nuv ernuieiit. No heart is lire, I. no
IT,, nil! o.-.l.. .1 (tot hack to Monroe titv tliev were m!"tifv tlon in ileso and tti'ir owner,
as out morfr than $:J00 for freight. Mr. Mitchell may be a plulinl hropist
hut he eaunoi; de I. lamed if he fails to make another eiy-irt to -apply the:
demand for meat.
This Missourian's -.xperienc- reminds us of the I't.ili sheepaian who
;'iit a .shipment to Kansas. City some years a:o. After wait inn patiently
foe remittance he was astounded' to receive notice thai slier.
i he smmiu'. oi uratid opera
possidle to .itulerstand the
red dlood stirred in the White House or St ite Department. Here is no room
for honest wrath or righteous indignation. Here is no place for just resent
ment ut untold villinny or imnnceivadle tllront, What hoots it to this
dloiidlcss. heartless ovcruniont that men, women mid children of (.ur race
are endurinn every day the terros and the tortures of an unchecked rcin
of savaiiiry. and findiiiii dy the bitter (.est of previous experience that the
.lr i.i r-.i-
wa-i -.)() due I'1"0'- anu "lr oi our novrrninotit tf uimuic thr-m proteciion are a,
i- an exceptional taxicad
1.(11111,111111. I'.-uallv the
driver in Paris,
fortune i- exact,
lie lots inherited a
d Horn the unluipy
few people lo l.e,
of pirates of vaii.
up the hunt for pirate Hold, dut. there
kinds who are eoustalillv on the !ook-
Tl.e taniiomeli r attached to
tame tangoed If oiir taiioin
you ipialify as a laliiiofan
the tanizoer or tanpvess
iii reiii-ti i - -ixt, i'n mile
A new inveniioii for ripnnni!
seeing that Wall ,-lreet expert- ll-llal
ami daled l:i,,l:il admit Mav.
a. lion pieinatunly seems uQucces.-ary,
y have the crop kilted, revived, picked
A Pali- -en nii-i ri-i - tu ui-i-t that the appendix i a highly Useful
feature of the human 1 1 1 i I no 1 1 1 . I'ossidly the scientist i a siuireou and liases
the a--etii.n upon hi- own experiences.
l.oal Mioiinaiis will in, dirndl n-jii.-tir a noisy irol,-t. if the I'liited
State- per i-is in u-ini; electiic n.uli on the Panama ('anal. This will de
reuardo.l a- a per-onal in-iill to our I. one. card natural product.
i- run. ore
jury in hi
-1 1 1 1 1
-nit auain-t Mi
i, ill Hull, i- di-s at i-lied with the verdict.
W llh, Is. ol Alletiville. Hull feels that
1 dut not sulheielit Iv I'emuiierut ed .
Willi, I- I- al-o -aid lo I ... di-ph
loo-i s... p w hen t In y I. ani I h
I wo ill u -t i ,i ,u- htm, nl -.
a-id with the verdict. The jury will no doiidt
,1 they have incurred the displeasure of these
'I he conviction I hi - w eel-.
' 1- -lid to have -tuim the '
,1' ( lell Tim h i. the 'ariithci. ille danker,
pii-il.u- ,f the dank to the extent of admit
:i-tiate.l that it is no longer impossih
foe lrice.ht. feedinn and comuiissn after the animals h.id deen told, and ; worthless pi,,lc n, !t luokeii faith.
tint a draft for this amount should he sent to the commi.sinn iikm at oner, i . An'' ,llP t::',u,ii is payitm the price of national dishonor. Manhood
The I'tah man was honest and resourceful. He at once wired ' collect i, I 'ani'-d. civilization disjtraeed. and the Han dishonored, while the iiietieu
"L Lave no iiiim-y dut can send you more sheep." ! louu.s aduiiiiiMral ion and the fantistic Department, of .St;,t,. pursue their
" j piwillaniaious policy of "watohi'ul waitini; ''
.. ... , , 1 Whit do they watch while they thus iijnodlv wait?
Senator William I'.. Uoiah, ,f Idaho, who has deen chosen m advance ' Ttmir .1... .i.. ... ,c ... . . . . '. . .i o . .
... ,. , , , -. I 1 hoy watch the destruction of. American property, the pillace of Americati
as slie next Republican candidate for the presidency J,v .I. tn'orci Harvev I i,,--.. ,t, ....... ,r ..; . ,i i i. ft
. : hinie.s, ttie raie ol American women, the shmhter of American citi.ens.
(wan admits that he has never nikd a mistake in political pronnosticatton -r, ,...., ,,,..,1, . ., ,..i. ; t i
. i . i ,1 ,u, "iva.-n insult thttiM upon insult, innominv heaped upon lum.miii v,
m twenty years), yielded to a somewhat unfortunate habit of pandstatidmn , 1)lltr.w. pil,1(I ulol innT:l,,,. wllU, ,v f(lM th(.ir fl.vl)(. n!itl()s ,l(.r,
in Ins address at Columbia last lUKht. tiBlill ,,,.,. ..l-iridly wait f,.r il.e timj. tht .ill 1
. repiiiuic is si roiiK rnouun lo uesiroy, nut never coiuu ne ii:un); cuo.i:u
to regulate monopoly," .-(aid the Senator.
1 his is the sort ol linituai;,? which is usually hinhly cllective lor ,:am- j flVI(
pa.tn pi.ri.oses; yet when it is subjected to close examination, IL I., seen to -ei.,,,. w. .,,.. ,)f (,ilTlr(n, I,.,;j ,,:.,.,.,, ,,. . , ,
our froricn relations. Time was when an American Premier sent word to a
i iso .
1 in somt" iitifafhomudle, iiiyslerious faxliiou tint mani.- of their .eaeeful ex-
aaiple shall overconie the taue and soften liie hard hearts of the Mexican
across the Rio ('.land
hall a 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 , 1, illal.-. ha- 1 1. n., :i -1 1 a I e. 1 that It is no longer impossible to
convict one el the el. . t in P, mi-,-, t cunty. It i hardly prodadle that Clell
Tim He will y. r s.e the ii:-nle ol the penitent tary. --till his conviction should
have a tend, tu to discoiiraye the I'e-live PiTiiiseot county citizen who fre
ipielitlv iiidnlne- in the plca.-alil pa--lilne ,f inuider. Some day ,i luurderer
Will de :lil, I or jaiied in Petlii-cot county.
pos.-tcss little morn than empty .sound.
As a matter of fact, when a moiiopoly has laeti rvKiilated, it ha
de, n destroyed. A "regulated inotiopoly" is a cotit t adicl ion in terms.
That teinpertte class of state-mien and newspapers that have adviMate 1
tact and eonsidcFal ion in dcalim; with monoiolies have had mi thought of
dcfriendiii); oppressive and illegal schemes and Mlietuer. Hut :hey have not
In en blind lo the fact that wherever ti dii; iiuliistvy is concerned ru ru is
ali involved, the welfare, .some'. lines the -aviuns, and ill nenvral tin: iiiier
ess, of larne li.'dies of people ho are enlitled lo protection.
"RenulatillK" tiioiioK.'iie.s is onlj tactful way of sayinii that
la fill features of cerium form of enterprise shalL lie eliminated
iiijkin); thoiisaiuls of n.111 idet. and without inllu tint; lo- upon
Senator H, trail i- iccrely I'ta ui niti); lo an old lorni of iiead.-l : onx noa
seiise w hen he talks admit Uiro inu that wlii.iL n.inlit deitcr lie , lir.ii
natcd dy thosv methods which seek to ,oti-iTe that whn.'h is (jod. whde
pullini; all ".id to that which is eil.
The existvnee of i moiinfioly mt ato al-o th.' cxisteie: of I Iv iii-aiid- of
norkiii); people win. ounht not to I.. throw. i out of emp'jiymenl dy io-ent
methods of procedure Tun,-.
I rorciicn nan, lit i erute.nis alive
I ten ivi! frui.ij dy the far-Hun
or Rais I'ii dead", and the American cili
power of hi.5 protoct in); piveriimciit.
the mi -
nil In. ut :
INCOME TAX LAW ODDITIES.
Only one of the oddities of the income tax law
letter of the rural Missiourian t.a the St. Louis ulliee
de puid, or where proof, must de made (hit it is. not dm
many ( a-cs. Anybody, niahr or female, uiarned or
was revealed in (ho
where the tax mii-t
There's the rub,
iii);le, receivini; a
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line ..ii, i i'.,r v.!.i. 1. i' l.a
!i-,l only , 1 1 -1 1 1 1 , l' i in a
il n.t I., w. II i ' ' i ;. i.. i
i', , , in, nl in t hi- ill I r ,i i
ell y l.r ll.e pui cha-e .1 : !
soil,, tl HO -hol.1,1 l.e ,!,!:
, 1 1 -1 1 i i i , , - in u , 1 1 , I ,
alnio-i m.pa :,b, . I .
1 1 1 U col,. I It il.
1 H I - 1 I 'll d'lt
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it il,. ciiy h.t- in it- pocssion an iiiimeii-e iiaso
lio i,-i. and whi'h if allowed lo remain idle will
nn a-ure, d,:' will -. i e no n-eful pillpo.-e, would
it, i, : ll, in eh. ire,- of the public highway im-
wiil: a n ol' l ivnm ihnn neLoliate with the
Mi- u ciul in i, I., ne.' I'd, i ' i- no ipieslion but what
e, I., i i ii j-i . , t,.. public load- m thi- particular
, - tin s ale ioiic.1, and iineuii as to render them
Till. une i- infoi med that thi- roller is in liood work
i in l.i- piiii'ha-i ,1 al a rea-oiiadle I'tnure, there is no
hi In a I van' ai" oil l ut ili.e.l.
net iineomt of S2.it)l) detwceti March I and Deeemder Iii. P.U.'i. must now make
a return, under penalties for failure, dut in the druses of marrie men the limit
of net income is raised to !?:!;H: li.'t. There is a maiTiin wide eiiounh detweeii
those li);ur, s to include many mill whok, after inakiti all lenal deductions
from the higher linure, liinl thir net income to de a little higher than the
lower one. The protest inu Missourian, it. appears, is one of these. He
writes t lie internal revenue collector that lie objects to paying a notarial
ft for obeyitiK a law which icomcpls him to prove his exemption.
Don't smile. There is outre than mere jrroiichiness in Mich a protest.
,ni:ni ami a M. l.mii- iiew.-pap,T have recent iv ex- sen.-ii.ie man tnoiili lie te a mull I uiillioiiare, must always resent what
p,o. action. micht receive more publicity than bail , he thinks injustice or opiuc-si not for the money but. as this Missourian
writes, "the principle of the thiliL'." He asks the uoverimienl to send him
case where the
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that accounts of '"' 'nciee o, a iiiaiiicn o.ao is 11:1111- 111:111 ,-.loo auu lis- mall 1.
a- lea.labl, as ai'-'the aliioutil h, ped for from t liiii tax as a selolT anaiiist ileclininy, receipts
M i l' CATTLE WILL PAY
1 .1, -, I, I price 1 .1 I el I 1 al I I.
nn nl to 1 a i-e :
II' Lit'. I i- i 1 1 III!
the Mi il i I
He! I' .t.-. l'cd III
ami I he future pro-p, i ts
II 1 1 1 . ran!, wc can but
erioil- and is a further
iilah.-l. (Inly those who
It. ill-it e 1 1 ali.e t Ii. bell, -
A t . Louis clel'i;;.
pre eil Ihe wish thai
ones. Ihe wish is -haled by many people, including puUi: her-, but re-
, I, -I. ..It.: ,1... i. .,..1 ..tl 1...I I I.le 'ri.,-!'.. IUO fe-t- I
. ... ' - ' 1 . ... 1 .1 ..... ..1 1 1 :. i the notary's fee, but should the );oMiiimetil do this in cm rv
iioasible, di Vsicall . to publish llu lii all. I he oth .'l is
uootl actions, unless thev are sttikihidv niii'.-ual, an not
counts of ubn.it uially b.td action. A newspaper could no', run :, bsl ol ,(t rllM,,i houses would be too much reduced. W heieu r collection 1 f
all the husbands who kicd their wii- jflef bic-dfa-l . Th" li -t would . , , t,,,,t, .. m. 1 , i. ...... 1.. ,.01 ... . 1 .. 1 . .1
, ..... ....... ..... ... ,ii,i, ..011, ,111 ,iiiii;i-. 0111 in," Illlin-
her ot people living el-ewlierr who laid Wllhn that , !a-s must lie )ai)
de too lone, ami they would ;low iiiniiotonoii.-. Hut the I.U'dand tl...t black-
i ,- 1 - ,- 1 , . 1 I I l 1 . .1 lli'l oi ',',i J 1 IIIIIK .1.-1-.. lie. e ...ill lill 1 ,1 II 111, , 1 .- , , a-- m 11 si ne lil'l'e
ens the eve ot its Wle or slii.i-ies 11-I.e. over lei' head I'll ll-les what the lit- l.lll.
world calls "news" W hv an account of a tiulit 1:1 whi-'l, -0111. 1 in- 1- fatally i II.iviiiE to swear that your net income in ten 1 ths was l, .-.s than .:i.i;!:l..'i;l
, cit in report
, . p
1.-1 1 1
I. 1 1 1
-luck or re.-orl to
I that the manure
I he p, 1 inal.cnt up-
stabbed is more interesting than a v,
a problem for the psychologists to w n
fronted with the fad.
A newspaper could not inn a li-l of aiitonn.bili-l - who have run nobody
down tluriii); the day, but il can keep Hack of th" accidents. It cannot
keep track of the th.iu-and- of ads of kimlne-.- performed every day, dut it
can recite the strickinc aits of cruelty. When a x . . 1 1 1 1 n woman concludes
1, 1 devote her live to roiivei-ion of the heathen of dail.ist Africa, the fact
becomes a news item. Hid for sum, 11,1-011 the -t.ny of her decision is
not as interest inu a- tl.,- ::,t of a woman who pours rat poi.-on into
her hii-band'- cotfee. Ti ne ale e.il.iin heroic or philanthropic acts that are
of a character lo an.u-e universal interest ami such ad- receive due atten-
Mr. lord ha- won a- much publicity by his
- employes a- In' could have secured by murderili);
-icmd heioi-m ami .-elf--ai -filice show 11 in tin' re-cue
have been civeii wide publicity and the "thrills"
new-paper worker' joy in chnuiieliiin M"'li glorious
- t inn i- is hardship enouch. Havini; to pay for the privi
He of swiariii); it must
Hill ti e publisher i- coii-fl.,. 1,. t1!ir f,,rm forcidle ssae called ' ruld.ii-; it in."
I -ei 1...- ...1. n. :,. l.i.. . . ,
. in n .lie inn. 1 ...eoin.s t i i ll nunc 11 1 1 1 i.si 1IH . ,'ll,s eoUTI'ai'teil lllllllli;
the time period, but found to be worthless, may be deducted from cross
income, but the instructions say that such debts shall not be regarded as
worthless until after h't-'d action to recover h failed, or the debtor is seen
to be insolvent. There are -cine ,ualif im; clause- i,, :),i- one of the ollu ial
instruct ions (No. II; undi r v.l.ieli d-l. ts . t i.. , 1 colic, table, ami imliiilc.l
in (he nro.-s incline for any 1 ne ,-.ir, may
eoin,.' of any sudsetpient year in which liny
lioll from the new-pap,
l.i'olit shaiitie, plan f,,i h
of h, Iple- pc.pl..
ill the report- In
.-, 'I !,. . on, dim
, -ill , V. 1 ! : I 1 1
in or voiudi pi ,1
. the beet route
. for ih. pi. 1, l.i
.1. 11 0; e meat
'.1 v. r and j ni, in,
'!,'. The pl'o.li
1 .,',', I hall 1 v 1 1 .
11 0 1
rroin my own
i f plime In i f,
1, ford., dlu. -
l ai d lo l,i at .
ir farm -el 'o
as worthless. Y( s it is to d
ruliii)!, ami it s strict ol,-i 1 a.
rented properly, and several ;
could de, dinine, several ytai- .,f
in the vain hope of tin ir 1
. i: ,
de ,1, 'ducted from the cross in.
ale charred oil' dy I lie creditor
1 r a .-Irii ( en-forcen,ei,t of this
la. payer tradesmen, owners of
-I'li.al men, notably phyMeiatis,
(i lcin'c, payinu for dea I horses
1 Hut the lel
! st:.i, -lean w ho i
1 no' all rail the
exper- I do, - striking thinii-. Th
ill ihi-i lui'iv lime- the pllbh.lt.
ale miiility poor ealinu
. Thus free meat will
ti of the iiionnnl and
111,1:1111- that noiinal llii:i)!s 1
m, 1 . b -ale ami sane from I hi
II, ell. ,11 diawn l the man il
liivcn bill- ll
who dresses loudly 01
t-oft of modest ta-tes.
In. man lint nit, one m:
slei.s from the colled i
1 not make new s . I lie
crv mil ui e of 1 hints does
public life who says and ; refuse payin
iutroiluccd in a hui-lature receive
il arc sen-ible. even as the person
iaiitaslieally attract more attention than the per
I'.y boat-inn in mind these fad, which are looted ill
y save himself from formini; hasty pessimistic c lulu
II of a world-wide news served him In-fore '-r- .'.fast.
strictly enforced ami -cni ulo ;
(ion 111 credits by latyo , la-si
interest to the ,
their ;oiiiK to an absobite , ,,
result follow, the inline of th,
come anathema in the muiiiV
of their livinu the ywoiild th.
hi;h livinu now paid by t llni
remain odd no longer than I
t. lis. Ex.
th- law be
I. a dire
. ...di co.-t