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THE MATHEWS JOURNAL
VOL IX- MATHEWS C H.. VA., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912
NO
Monuments and Grave Stones
Marble and Granite
tn
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able* us to tnrr.
out th? highest
class work st
most reasonable
prices. We pay
freight and give
pentoaa) atten?
tion to placing
work In c?mii<*
tery.
'? respectfully Invite ycu to call and inspect our large stock of finished
ta Norfolk. If unable to call write as for catalogue
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Monday
Wednesday
and Friday.
Tuesday
Thursday and
Saturday.
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Lv. Portsmouth (North St. Wharf),
Lv. Norfolk (Bay Line Wharf).
Lv. Old Point (Government Whf.)..
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Lv. Hicks* Wharf, Bast River.
Lv. Diggs' Wharf, East River.
Lv. Roane's Wharf, Ware River
Lv. Bailey's Wharf, W?*e River..
Lv. Hockley. Ware River.
L- *_&ar_ Wharf, North River...
.. bixondale, North River.
_v. Severn Wharf, Severn River...
Lv. Old Point (Government Wharf)
ar. Norfolk (O. D. Pier No. 1)
Ar. PortBuiouth (North St. Wharf)
6:80 a. m.
6:45 a. m.
7:00 a. m.
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Fare First-Class $2.00 rack way, including Berth
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_-<e Norfolk 7:00 P. M.
Ta Rk amend 7:00 P. M.
UP
Daily, Including Sunday.
MAIN LINE
FROM .NORFOLK
Leave 7 P. 1L_ Sunday Exceptad
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Leave New York 3:00 P. M. (Sunday sxcepted).
Arrive in Norfolk 10:30 A. M. following morning.
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rcund trip, limit thirty days, $14.00. ?
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All schedules subject to changa without notice.
K. B. PATJDN.
* m Kaat General Manager.
\
PROBE CAUSE OF
NEW HAVEN WRECK
WKSTI'OKT. CONS. Special.
Wits the J'rrhal hire iroui
W anblUKlon ??f I nt ,-rsfn i,- ( ,??.
in,-i?',- <t uiiiiitlMnloiier v??-| b?Td n
sweep!?? l>?i?-riii iiivi'HtiKMii??ii ?o
tii?- v?re?k of Hi?- itoMion-\ ,.(v I ?ark
laiirrN, ?Hk ii?> i??li <?? n?-\.-? d?*n?l
anil I ????-?????? re nr iii<ir<- a>f iiijur?-?l
o\rrt??|i|?iuK I" iiiiliorlnmr the
?.?? I?urn?,' In<|illri?-M <>l ? or??ii?-?r .1. .1.
I'helan, hnuini-i-r ? . I . i;|ni>||,' of
the Stale I'ultlle I till?)?-?, < oni/iil.,.
mI??ii nuil the New llnvt-ii Knil
roml. ?inn put under ? n > .
I r?'?l llovinrd, <>l -sprint, livid.
Mu?,??., the rgsjrcawtatsV? <?r ?i??
luterntnie < oiiiiiut?-.- ? <>iiii>ii>Mlnii
In (hint dlMtrii'l, who nrrlo-il ?,n (|,,.
??????ii,- late > ?*Mt?*r?la>, xmih Miiper
M<-<lr?l t???l:?> In the I ?-ih-rnl plmxe of
the liivenllKallon anil took rhT?e.
In addition to ?lie-.- r??pitrui<
prolien the Hrot lierii<????| ?f Lac?
?iiotl\e i: nul ii ?er h ?III ?-..mliiei ??
lii?|iilry of their omi in un attcsa?t .
to refute the ?-hiirm- that <h?- ?lend
rniclnrrr, ?.?-??rue I.. ? lark. ?w?a r?
MpoiiMililtr for tin* v\r?-?-k, in riiniiinK
fit ?-??'CJIShr ????'?'?I IIMT |||,. ?tomm
u\fr in iinlt-r ??> uiiik?- ii|i |on| time.
II In ?-hnrii?'?l l?> the l>?U-nil >?<?
?liori?i?M that Hi?- Nets llii\?-ii runil
ii li*>ol niel > ilUrrunnlril the re?-om
meniliiilonn of the lateratate ?????>
in?-re?- ? OiiiiiiImmIoii. fiillm, im; ihm
ini|i?lr> into tl??* ? ri-i-1, ,,f ||,,. |,.(|..
?prnl Kipn-MK at llrhlueport it >?-nr
dk?, enimed In a ninnii<-r iiIiiiohi
??xn?'ti> Mlmiiiir t<> the latead ? m-k.
It 1m r?-?-n 11 ?- ? I I lint ? oroiUT ? . \.
WIInoii, folio? Inu hi? Iiii.ii?-?? Im,,
th?- DrlilKi'port v? r?-?U. found that
the >?'*.v II n *.<??? rond ?as ?-riiul
iiull.v netrllicent In uinlnttiinlnu a
nliort rniNN-iitrr on In*.? i>\|irm<i
?rink line trnrki?.
K? ?-riiiiimiI fiction mrmm IiiniI
tuti'd. lio??-\?'r. I?> tin- pri>M?'?'iif lag;
oHW'InlM of llrlduepnrl.
'I'll?* ?'??roiii-r ?I ?hi- time found
liul l?-l In* r?'?ni?'KtInu ,'iiti I it ?-?-i-H to
lit* mure vlixilnut In innkhm up tint?'.
\ iiKMiilier i?f tlie ?-nuliM'er'M
lirot h?*rhooil, ?ho In ln-re. raSljra ?Im?
n ttlinlltir order Iiiin l??-?-n r?-e?-ntl>
Imnu?'<I. The ?-lull? Injured nt ?tie
Vnrualk lloxpltnl nre nil report,-it
to lie on th?- mini In ririni-rj, l?ut
non.- ?Till I??- nl?le to letiv?- the hos?
pital for ?n-HTtil ?In.*.*.
SAYS LAWYERS ARE
"DANGEROUS CROOKS"
Tin v AUK 'i:i>l t'A I'll? TO unit
WITH IMPUNITY." SWS MAN
IN HIS Walsls.
NEW YORK.? Special.?"1 hereby
particularly warn you against probate
judges and attoriK-v s-at-lavv. and sin
cerely trust you Will not have occa?
sion to consult or employ the latter
in regard to tins Instrument.4' was the
a<lvico given by K/.ra ?*. Bartlett,
whose will was tiled In the Surro
gatt^'s otiice Monday to his heirs.
who will tiiviil?' an estate valued at
almost $100.?m0.
"My personal experience," Mr.
Bartletl added, "in dealings, social
and otherwise, with lawyers bas h?-?-n
extenab/e, and careful observation in
other instances has convinced me thai
they are all danger..es crooks, on!)
disguised, and expressly educated and
tralngri to obtain eins confidence in
thai thej may defraud and rob
w i? h Impunity."
Mr. Bartlett'a opinion of the legal
fraternity was recorded alter he had
left bis entire estate to bis sister.
Annie ?"ora Bartlett, whom he also
named as executrix, directing that
should she die before him their
brother. Edwin I.. Rartlett, should
become executor and sob- beneficiary.
But, though thus spparently ?riving
all . to one person, Mr. Bartletl ex?
pressed the wish that this p.-rson
Should see that the other brothers
and sisters share equally In bis <-st:.te.
, II?- provided that should any of them
i die before him thai person's share
; should go to the remaining brothers
and sisters, not to the children t<f tin
dead person.
Bars Bartletl set down that he bad
I decided to leave all his property un-.
I der the control and supervision <^\' one
! person, "so as to prevent my estate
beim: sold or disposed of by an ad?
ministrator In the usual way." which ;
he bad always found "expensive and
I very uusatisfact?>r\ t-> the benefi?
ciary."
Besides Anni.> Cora Bartlett. who
lives at Jerome, Ari/... Mr. Bartletl
b'ft another sist.-r. Mrs. Prank C.
(Mark, and two brothers. Edwin, of
Overbrook, l'a., and John B. Bartlett,
of Seattle, Wash.
S?mono IN JEWELS
STOIIA AT RESORT
.TOW YORK. Special?Th?> theft of
.sixteen pieces of .i.'welry valued at
about $40,000 is being Investigated' b>
the Burns Detective tgency. A re?
ward Of $1.000 is offered for the r.
??overy of the Jewelry, which was stolen
in duly at a summer resort near New
Y??rk. The agency refuses to rev?eal
the name <>f the victim.
It is feared the thieves will not at
ti'Mipt to pawn the goods as they are.
but will break the stone? from their
settings and dispos?- of them through
femes. The Stolen articles are:
Woman's large pearl ring, the pearl
surrounded by diamonds sei In plati?
num.
Woman's large two-diamond plati?
num ring.
On? pair large pearl earrin
??ne pair baronne pearl earrings,
pearls very clear and perfectly]
mil- bed.
Diamond chain, two feel long, with
pendant of two pear-shaped olamonda
Woman's diamond horseshoe pin.
Horseshoe-and-bit diamond pin.
Corsage brooch <d' platinum, set
with nine large pearls with diamonds
in th?- filigree among the pearls None
of th?- pearls Is pierced and all are
Very valuable.
Large heart of diamonds set in
platinum.
Woman's diamond-studded open
faced watch, oval in shape. Diamond!
are set about the face ami the swivel
is studded with diamonds
Diamond bowknot, good sized, two
and a half or three inclus across;
black ribbon Inserted, ano' small dia?
monds pendant from the edge of the
ribbon.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO
BULL MOOSE PARTY
Senator Pomerene Heads List of Con
tribtitions to Committee?How
Funds Were 1'sed.
WASHINGTON, 11. IV- Special.
E. II. Hooker and Bill I iviiii.
two prominent Hull Mikimts, aro
cx|M'<-t?*?l t?? giv?? startling t?*sli
lliony in the Ctapp ?aiii|?aigii
fund investigation.
The senatorial ?*onuiiltt?*?* ?Irift
<*?l in Individually shortly hefore
lO oYloek. the hour f??r the o|m*ii
Ing ?if the ?lay's s?*ssi?>n.
S?*nattir l?omereiie. of Ohio, the
militant Democrat ?if the eom
niltte??-. was th?* llrst t?i arrive. Il?*#
s|H*nt soin?' tinu* in nrcnarlag
questions to lire nt the thir?l
imrty men during the examina?
tion totlav
Senator Clapp is Hi?- only BBOBB
Iw-r ?>i Un- commit!?-?- win? i** af?
lu?an?! with llu- Hull Moo-?*. Beo>
alor Jones, ?if WaahlngtOU, th?
other E_&sref*dve ni?-iiilH-r of" llu*
commit!?-? , will not reach Wash?
ington ii'iiil l ri?la>. on w_k.li day
Colonel Rtoosevelt is scheduled feo
h?* on lianil.
\lri-a !v application- an- ponr
iii-r in for aeats in llic 4-omiiiitt?*?'
root? ?m Tharnday, wbea ?!. I*.
Morgan will Im* on III?* witn?--s
stand. \?> tickets ?re ix-iny; i*
sin-?l. however, anil a *>lrl?-l poUcy
?if lir-t coBBe, lirst served, will Im*
adhered i<?.
\t IO.M Hi?- ? <?niiiilt(?<- WOS
colled to ?irili-r.
I :. II. Hooker, tin- tr?-asiir?-r ?if
Un* National Progrcsalve Com
iiiill?*?-, was tli?- lir-t wH?ess
called.
Keiiotor ciapii ssked:
O. Hail yoa iiiiv coim?*?*tioii
with Mr. Roosevelt's pri roana
lion <aiii|iai_n in Hi?- present
year?
A. I hod BO informal ?-<?iiii?*<*
ilfMi with tin- preliminary coas
potaa. There OS no tr?-a??iir?*r
ami I a?*t?*?l |M-rsoiiall.v In that ?*?
paclti i" HStne.?\i?-nt.
<,>. W'ln-n ?liil joii iM-yin that
arrangement?
\. I wan mail?- trca-nri-r of
tin- \?w York I utility Roosevojl
Commlttoe in the loiter i?art <?r
February anil ?-outiiiu<-?l in that
(-Opacity for some \\c?-k>. That
w??rk lini-licd. I took on -oui?- of
th<* oihi-r work.
<}. Hove y??u r?*?*?-lpts ?it the
amounts and expenditures in
Kings comity. N. _M while yon
Wore tr?-a-.nr?-r ?if tin* ?-?iniity
committee?
A. I have all amount*, in lull.
as my report was Iili-d with th?*
Secretary of stat?- in Albany.
<j. Do I andcrstand thai these
are statements of all receipts ami
expenditures darlos th?* primary
campaign?
\. V-: in N??\\ York. The Seo
retary ?if Nat?- said this was tin*
in?)vi complete report ever qrl\?-n.
M) (Ht(;\M/,\TI()\.
t}. Prior t?i tin- Republican
contention In Chicago in .linn*
uas there a stat?? oegaalaatloa in
New York?
\. \o. Time was a stronir or
gsnlaatlon la tin* ?-ity. however.
<U>. Was there any official who
a<-ti-il for tin* Slat?*?
A. I s?-r*.ed for tin* Stat?* as
v\i II as tin- ?Ity.
Mr. Hooker WOS attir?*il in a
?lark brown salt, with n?-?*kti?* t<>
match. He sat \\*'M ha?-k In his
?hair whili- answering S?-iiator
Clapp*? questions and replied with
an eaae that Indicated an entire
abac nee <>i Bervoas?eas.
Mr. Hooker was -or?- that no
other eontrlhntloas than Um-?
contained in his detailed r?*iM>rt
mould ?)?? I'oimii in relation to tin*
Hull M???-?- party.
?? \nnis l*in?-hot." heaaM, -'s|M*nt
911.000 sroand New York ?ity
during the campaign.**
II ? ?. ?tait bm al of receipts ami
i*\ivii?ht nr?-* showed thai tin* Itnll
Moo-c part] in New V>rU State
re?-<-i\?*?l sr.it.l_t;.:?.:.. of arhleh s.vj.
tiot;.r._ was *-|H-nt. leaviag ? i>ai
oore ?>f so r. i?i.s:;.
Hooker laid tin* committee that
l.nilin li?M?M*\?-lt contributed 03,
000 to iln- Rooaevell campaign
fnml during tin* primaries Ihrln
before iltr Chicago convention.
II?- criticised iln* RepubHrsn par?
ty's ta?-ti?-s in Neu S*?u-k Stat?- in
ih<*-<* words!
??oui' statements showing ??\?*r
350,000 rxpt*wded during the pri
niarii-s was i*??ii-i?I?*r?*?I by Iln* S?*?
ritary ??f Suit?* as ?1? < idediv mor?*
full than tiiat of ?>nr opponents',
showing ltul they spent bat sr>,
000.**
Senator Clapp ?*?intiini?*<l tin*
quest toning:
i?. DM >"n solicit ?-ontrlhiitIons
for jrour parly ?
A. I solicited them as hnril a
1 could. ,
Q. Dili any ?in?* rise ilo any so
I kiting?
A. Not tliit I know ?if.
Among ?)ih?-r contribu torn i<>
the rands of the party. n?><'k?-r
mid, was tiii-liiaii. a Hull Moose
candidate i?"- Congress from New
A?>rk. who gave S-&.000 lo Iln*
?ans<* of tin- l*i ogre AHiveM, ami
iVank \. Manorj'. of New >'?>rk.
donated about the same amount.
PRIMARXE8 A I'AHti:.
??Tin- \?-M York primaries ar??
a far??* niuii-i- tin* present law."
?i? dared HiM?k?-r. "Anyone not
silled with the two old ivarti?**.
or iiu* M-psrttsan fa?rtlons which
pal through the primary law limls
it difficult to get retaros.
-?\\?* w?n- i?mi |Mi?ir to hove
watchers ami challeagern. I mn
|M?-t w?' K??t almost as many \ot?*s
a> Mr. Tait, lint they w?tv not
counted.*'
Ity Ik notes I*<iin?*r?*iie:
Q. I>n yos Bseaa to na] th?*
reason that roa dtdal }-?*i more
rotes was Ik?;iiisi- you w?-r?- so
IHKir?
\. Yea, litit not f?ir the reason
moi intim?t?'.
S?-nat?ir l'oiiii-rt-ii?- shnwetl by
tin- statistics of HiM>k?-r'-? siat?
nii-iit that tin* 1 ?ni 1 Moose rotes
claimed bj them cost about s_
sptcce. Hooker laying claim to
S0.000 votes as against an expen
llltare In tin* Stab* and ?-ity of
St;:;.tint?. He *?iiii the ligares given
previously w?-r?* tor \?*w York
?-ity alone.
Hooker chimed that, in com
pari*' 11 1?? Ike ii'.niibt-r of \<?t?*s
??asi the "iiiiii MniM'" campaign
was the most economical ever
road acted.
CONTRIBUTIONS.
Senator Pomerenc aoked:
if. % ?111 hove ri-l?-rr?-?I t?i the
total expenditures of the na?
tional campaign as amounting to
SI43.BWB.ffS. tan yon nil us the
Mg ii?*n>s ?if expense?
A. This work was largely carried
on by tolaateers ami the sotarles
aiiiomite?! lo about S I.?MX?. Print
tag ami advertising cost si7.ono;
traveling expenses of Speakern, in
cladlng Senator BeverMge and
Colonel Roosevelt, amounted to
917,000; th?- shipping of printing
ami postage, $S,OO0; expenses for
the national h?-atlipiart?-rs. S I..">"".
Then th?-r?- \\?-r?- tin- dlsbnrse
nieiiis l?i ?!ill?-i-?-nt States, which
wer?- as poor as tin- national eom
iiiltte?*.
i'i\?- thonaand dollars was seal
into Maryland; 935,000 into
.Maine. S.">_.tl(>(> into MOSBOcfaa*
Mils. S-..">no into VerasoM ami
9I3JMM into Illinois.
Hooker addled that Oklahoma
received 9-1,100 and tin* h?a?l
qusrters in \\ ashimrton. 1>. ('.,
Sll,500. lit? ?nuits in Vermont
ami Mansaehasetts coat $01 and
S17."?. irspecttvety.
s?-nnt?>r Pwnerroe then r??ad the
list of < ontrihutors to (he Hull
Moose fumi. as follows;
I rank A. MoBSey, 90,000;
t.iMirj*:?* \\. Perkins, 93,000; Qaeoa
l'?*riy. a sinull New Y?irk town,
si?hi.?o: \\. B. Roosevelt, 95,000;
WiiMam Roosevelt, 98,000; W.
Barboar, 95JOO; Charles s. itaird,
S...."><)?>: I>. It. Manna. $.\000;
1 is?nr, Straus. sr?.oot>: Praak \.
Miinscv, $7.,*>00; <;?*?>r-*;?? W. ?'?T
kins. $:>,ooo. R. i>, Biondf tt,
X.MMi; lYunk A. Miiiis?-.v. $l..'?O0;
(.oorRi- W. Perkins, 97,500;
1liirlM.nr. 93500; Hamilton .Ish,
I
si.iau?: Ge-araje w. ivrkins. S"?7.
?m; .1. i?. <.r?-?*r. tSss); s. p.
Keatrh, |Mt; Winiam II. Day?
S250; Herman l'r.'uicr, $200; I?.
?I. Hill. S|!'!'..,?>: .1. I). larkin.
sil.noo; t'. I., tutting. S-i.IMMK Dr.
\ Khaw, t2,00O; li. Itobiawoa,
S5.000: f.. EL lUiigstirit. $.">,<mm>:
Ulan? h.- T. Hooker (wife ??f th?
aitneMH), s?.iMio.
HiMiker stale?! in r?'|?ly t<? a
?;i'?-ii?m hy Ktrnator Ctapp tha?
in- ' n? ?i nothing of ii?* campaign
?o-itrihu|ioii-> in HMI I ?ad ISO?.
"i.ike ssoai of tin* asea in tins
hum ?'un-nt." he athb'd, "I am an
amateur tu polit i< s."
" Tber?' ?re a l?'vv ?v? ?plions t??
that, ?re t'U-r?- not'.*" a?stcd Sen?
ator ? ?liver. ? au-iiig the Jir-t lau_..
of ibe mttrning.
<KANi;s TH. (,i|'T.
Hooker volimt?-<r?-(l the iiiDir
mation that t bailes It. ?trail?*, <?f
Illinois, ?'?mil iluiied S7O.0O1 to
Si-nator la I olh't tc'-> primary
canipalgn ami a like amoiuit to
t.overnor Wilson'*?. "Tlii- may in?
terest Senator I'oiiu-reiu*." be add?
ed, beraasr Mr. Craae also con?
trlbated Sl.noo a we?k to ib?
I)?>iiio<-i at ii- fand f?>r s,,nietimc
before tin- Hi nitnialMj coat eat?
tbiii.'*
Hooker said thai he luid bad
a i'iimutn-iI???ii with trau?' during
March or April.
"Mr. traue told me." *-ai?l
Hooker, "that he was giving ?l
lb? rate ?it Si.OOO a vv?*ek to Sen?
ator In I < Hette-, campaign and
sunn? to Wilson's, lb- referred
to la I'oileit?. a- ' 'piihlic-sptr
Ited man vv bo i- 'a the front ?if
tb?* prugrei?iv?> iu??v?-m'nt.* Mr.
tram' a?bl<-?l that he ?h'-iretl to
contribute In both wing, of the
party, bat he woakl net give any?
thing towards Colonel R?ooNevclt*s
iwmpalgn."
"H?* ?lid not give anything t<>
Cobmel Roosevelt's rund?*4 ssked
Senator l'iinieriiu*.
"He ?lid not.*4 replied Booker.
C. t". ligetboiT. agent <>f the
Harriman ?-t?te, was then re?
called ami Senator l'orneri'it??
?sked bim vvheth?r lu? bail found
any additional Rousei ?lt-llari-i
ii i a ii t ?irr?*-p? >mb'iiee.
The vvitne? replied that be had
not.
"!>?> you know ,,r any letter in
which Hoos?-\eii a-k?-d Harriman
to l?x?k ?nit lor a man suitable
for th?* senate 'rom California?"
a-kiil Senator l'oaun-ne.
"I never heard of an) such." r?*
plie?l the witn?'?.
CHICAGO STARTS
\ VICE CRUSADE
( Hit M.O. III..
Special.
State's Attorney \\a\maii ii
itcrufc?! SataraSj that lie would
CSUSC tile arj-e-l of many promi?
nent rltlacns who ?Min property
used ior immoral parpo-? ? , fol?
low iim a raid of the bvee district,
in width iieari.v l?0 arrests were
made as "..uno people looked on.
Wavnian ha- -.nt letters t<>
i*lcrg) min asking tin-in In ?all on
in.-ir ? <?iigi-?*galioii> tomorrow to
aid Ii i Ml ill gatlieiiii- ?v id? ii? e.
lie lias al-o a-k? ?I the ??unity
u? a-tircr and innidrr I'oi
proper!) owners in the r?--in, l??l
distrait, pi i-uniaidv to criminal
pro-?-? ii.imis.
N? \ er before lia- SUcll tcrror
Ik-i-11 nol?-?i in lb?> vice dlstrkt.
lb?i?l?-iii ? il?'?l before lite pod? e
last night, a- warning was sound?
ed that the ?ii-ir.it i ?vas to be
chksed. shortly after mldnighl all
bou-? .. were ?iai k ami til?' iiuiin;?
had gone in billing.
Charges against polt? emen have
liei'ii in??!?' I>v inv < ? liga toi ?-.
?Buse lin* olli??'r- with warrants
faib'?l I?? liiul n-ort keeper- who
?rere walking the -tic?-t- ?if ibe
district.
As a climax In hi- m\ ?--libation
Wayaaaa ha- assailed tin- titj au?
thorities ami in answer to Prest
?lent Barl/.cii. of Ibe hoard of
count) ? oiMi?ii--i??ii?'r--. ::-k- lor a
?$.">(?.Ol>0 vie?' war 1 mid.
Bartaen replied thai t!ie re
?pnsi will be m-? ??in.in nded. This
Huid Is i?' be used in Investigating
the records of cit| uflfdabt. it was
sai? I.
\l?il SE H \> YOC FADED T?i
A WHISI'KK AS T?l EXERtiY
\",-:yy voivK. Special.- -"Perhaps your
consider yourself a fairly energetic
proposition, mon or less ?>f a hustler,
? IS it Wei?'.
Perhaps when you return to your
own little vine and fire escape your
thoughts dwell proudly on the tre?
mendous ?lav's \v?irk that lies behind
you and the unequaled expenditure of
energy thai it has cost you.
If you have, don't ever do t any
more, a little new-horn, blind bah)
mouse has you faded, so to speak. iu
a ?hlaper. A little new-l?orn mouse
uses up more energy when It'a asleep
than von do when you're awake. And
when it comes down to real, sizzling,
seething, boiling energy even the little
blind mouse is o n re smat? ur ?*om
pured to one ef the little ferments
thai live In a puce of > cast.
At l.-ast that's what 1-r. M \ Buh?
ner, of the Universtt) of Berlin,
-a. _7Ai / -??WEc_a1a?fw. ni ?y ^~^_a_r.T~'il 1 ri .inr
Or 9<t ?S f\yv ? _ *=iw*si' ?a il in il
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t?T is said t nt the foremost
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