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Lucy Jeanne Price
v New York, Jan. 29 Mrs. Adelaide Johnson, American sculptor, arrived home from Italy the other day with j seven-ton monument in Carrara marble on the ship with her, com tHemorative of the victory of woman "suffrage in the United States. The 'creation, which Mrs. "Johnson went a Italy for the purpose of cutting, J - t.mi liwvk onjl navriae nor. i S'veii icvi jiiBi nnv 1 r" trait busts of Lucretia Mott, Eliza beth Cady Stanton and Susan B. An thony. It will be placed on the ro gree "It ain't fair," he protested, when he was sentenced to six months in the penitentiary. "I don't want to go there. I want to go to Sing Sing. When you leave the pen, you get nothing." The judge explained that the charge was not a sufficiently serious one to war- erstudy hanging rant his being sent to Sing Sing but hjm or m get out that if he wanted to change it to as- ! . sault in the second degree, and get a five year sentence at Sing Sing, he could be accommodated. He made he is going on in his part fust the same, singing and dancing with the same spirit that helped to put the show across on its opening night. Shortly before it is time for him to go on, a fellow actor takes him to the proper stage entrance in the wings. A piece of carpet is placed on the part of the siage where he . . iv Ann nll UOea Ills UUItllUK, ou timk lie vn , ., , . by the feel of it where to stay and prohibition workers are busy i.. j t:no. , trying to reform alcohol errthusi- the foot-lights. With this much as- brewers, are busily reforming 1 sistance, IBen takes care of the rest. Publ!c houses-as the baioons ' And the audiences never knew until here are callea- he had proven for several nights his For this purpose the firm of ability to go on. When the blind- Frank Myatt, Ltd., has expended a 'ness first came on, an understudy sum approaching $5,000,000 and it is was taken on, but the other night the intended that in the future the Brit- actor made an ultimatum to the ish workman shall take his beer in- mn. "I don't want that un- terlectually. Cuspidors and sawdust SALOON REFORMS PROMISED ENGLAND. London. (By Mail to The United Press.) England apparently feels ' act, probably wiU be submitted to no qualms regarding the advent of j President Wilson within the next few Pfrtliihifinn tn t.hia rrmnt.rir. fori DEBS CASE TO GO TO WILSON AGAIN SHORTLY, . Washington Jan. 29 Recommen dations of the department of justice as to a pardon for Eugene V. Debs, now serving a prison term at Atlan ta for violation of the espionage We are authorized agents for GOODYEAR TIRES AND TUBES. BUICK GARAGE 20 PER CENT CUT IN WORKING FORCE. Tampa, Fla. Jan. 29 Notices have been posted in the Atlantic Coast Line railroad shops here and at Port Tampa announcing that on February 1 a 20 per cent reduction will be made in the working force. BREAD AND SOUP LINE -ESTABLISHED AT GREENVILLE. Greenville, S. C. Jan. 27 The first "bread and soup line" here will be started tomorrow at 12 o'clock; noon, by the Salvation Army. around. Fire are to be banished together witn an the tawdry gilt and glitter of the Hrinkinp saloon as it is today. In- Staten Island threatens to secede stead, the reformed public-houses from New York City. "They don't will have reading-rooms, writing ,re anvthine about us except just rooms, dressing rooms and refresh- and Liston will get the ! BS so much boost t0 their ponula- ment-roms, all decorated in the ap- ten and the suit as per custom, when ; ti. cm-iain the taxpayers and proved style that only pasted shades lt was undoubtedly due to the in-1 He's through. ! Borough officials," and we are not and artistic lighting can give. uthce of thrift week, which we have j j going to keep on letting the rest of just passed through in this state. At j Ben Welch, playing in "Jimmie," j the dty use us as a stepping stone the end of the week, when all the j now on the road, is one of the latestt I to giorV- We'll no longer be a step- Ben Franklin slogans and official ap-, and most deserving heroes oi croaa- chjld Treat ua better or we 11 un peals had had time to sink in, James way. For it has just been learned nnex ourselves. parks and j ." transDortation ana mailers ui ui tunda of the Capitol in Washington. , the change, Liston of Brooklyn was arraigned on 'charge of assault in the third de- i that this i stricken blind, actor has incurable blind. ELECTRIC POWER IS CHEAP ER-MORE CONVENIENT Those who conduct plants re quiring powet, should investigate electric power. Ask any concern who uses electric power they will tell you how economical and convenient it is sort have brought the issue to .the ' rebellion point. Seventy-five thousand dollars worth of cash and valuables are left annually in clothing sent to the ho tel valet in just one big New York hotel, according to its 1920 report. Twenty thousand was in cash last year, and approximately $50,000 jewelry. STRANGLER BEATS SULZO. Kansas City, Mo. Jan. 29 Strang ler .Lewis beat Gustav Sulzo last night in straight falls, the first with a double" wrist lock, the second with the headlock. The headlock caused a near riot and te police had to es cort the wrestler through an angry crowd. The match went 22 minutes. PROPOSES $100,00,000 FOR PUBLIC ROADS. Washington, Jan. 29 An appro- in nnation of $100,000,000 for public "!'t"" " ' I , One forgetful person got roads during the next fiscal year is proposed in a bill reported today by the house roads committee. Southern Utilities Co. back a thousand-dollar bill, which he had left in his evening clothes. From there, the individual forgetful- BRICKLAYERS WAGES CUT. ness tapered down, to fifty cent Richmondi, Va., Jan. 29-Officers pieces- . , . of the bricklayers union of Rich- A $20,000 Rembrandt, landscape, notified fcy contrac. supposed to have been stolen from employing between 86 and 90 a private collector in Hamburg, Is of bricklayerg this being sought in this city. There on Fetruary 1S the W8ges were reports that it had been smug- ' woriunen will be reduced gled aboard the American Liner hour if i: nth or 11U,U PW w day, but a thorough search failed to uncover it. "Pay as littla attention to ditcouragamanta at poitible. Plow ahead ai a ateamer does, rough or imooth, rain or thine. To carry your cargo, make your port, it the point." SUNOCO MOTOR OIL has ' made good" in a short time in Palatka and its continued success is an assured fact. We want you to be one of the satisfied users RIGHT AWAY, so if you will let us drain your crankcase, we will let you be the judge arid jury as to its performance. OLIVER BROS. CHAS. SMITH P. C. O'HAVER PALATKA RANGER MOTOR CO It is- impossible for even a to be liberal on twelve dollars. Consequently the Liberal Club, that haven of discussion and dancing for the extremer of the Greenwich Vill- j age radicals, has faded out of exis-, tence. Only twelve dollars could be : gathered into the treasury, explain j the members, and the club's liabili- , ties had reached $4,000. "tiue to the capitalistic system," it is diffi cult to struggle against odds oi that kind, especially when there are no capitalists in one's midst. So the club gave up. Among its ear ly members were Floyd "Dell, Max Eastman, Harry Kemp,- Eugene O'Neill, and other leading literary Socialists of the Washington Square district. , Michel Fokine, who put the Rus sian ballet on its feet, is to remain in America and establish a native nfcl nf dancers. He hopes to es tablish an ail-American ballet and declares that his work over here makes him confident that there are tremendous possibilities in our home grown Terpsichoreans. LUCY JEANNE PRICE. We strickly guarantee our j work and material. Our policy club is no cure no pay. BUICK GARAGE We Sell New and Second Hand Furniture If you need Furniture it will mean a big saving to call and get our prices. WE SELL FURNITURE at the lowest, rock bottom prices, and YOU will find after a comparison that our prices are the lowest. " f If you have Second-Hand Furniture a. t i ... r: c iur saic sec us moi ivi uit ingiiEBi prices. 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Series 21 Special-Six Why SPECIAL-SIX Value is so Exceptional THE mechanical excellence of the SPECIAL-SIX its. power, riding comfort and economy have made this car exceedingly popular. Then, too, there's the charm of its graceful lines that have set new standards of beauty. With unexcelled manufacturing advantages, and large quantity production.it is only natural that Jftudebaker is able to offer ears of sterling high quality at prices that make them the most exceptional values on the market Take a Sfecial-Six demonstration ride or better still, drive the car yourself and we will be satisfied with your judgment. Cord Tiro Equipped F. O. B. Detroit 4 Palatka Automotive Company . Distribiitors WIRE TAPPING I'KOBE BIGINS IN ATLANTA Florida East Palatka . . . Uunnell . . . Hotel Ormond , . Ormond . . . . Daytona . . New Smvrnii . . -Iltuivllle . .... Cocoa , . Rockledtle . . Eau Guliie . Melbourne . . Sebastian . . . Vero . Fort 1'lerce GlllHl Vest Palm Beach l .um Beach Lake Worth r .-i n tj !'urt Lauderdule Lvl 7 15 Miami L . Homestead I I one lir . Keyltnl li . . Havana Tain time-tuMe it pobMshed for IV ''--mation of tbe pnblie : tha arhedtriea ahowa wera eop reet at tiir.e o( aoiajr to pms. but ai-rtvMl or departures at times stated ara aot puamitaed. Paa enxer lia'D . rovlulu aJ subject u. t.at;.u WITHOUT NOTICE. J. D. WAH.NfB. Csaeral raasasitar Av7i. S- Aapaillna, Atlanta, Jan. 29 A far-reaching investigation by federal officials into the operations of wire tapping and swindling syndicates in Atlanta and other Southern cities, was begun here today by post office inspectors from several states who conferred with al leged victims of the swindlers and with local, state and federal officials. YOUNGEST BALL MAGNATE. Albany, N. Y. Jan. 29 The Albany club of the Eastern League today boasts one of the youngest owners of baseball stock in the world. John J. Evera, of Troy, manager of the Chicairo National League, has pur- chased a one third interest in the lo cal club and turned itOTer to hii I eleven year old son. vwraiwn. - i ri v L -a- w m, ,' Palatka v"' ) X L iiX-SSx'i'-ti s't" ' kW1 "THIS STUDEBAKER YEAR"