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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1D1D
& jjWTT! 4jJJJ?8S
, SIX CITY MEN
DEAD OVERSEAS fe
fntlifr. William K. Mnddon, has been fin
lloccl In that ntllce thlrtythrep yearn.
1'rliulf i:imrr (I. Cn Himtiili. 1 48S
N'orth Wilton Btrrct. reported mlmlnc
ctlnp SeptPmlHT IS. returned to duty
ember 16, HCcnrrtlnB to recent let
from lllm to ltlH mirentH. Hfl Wfll
nightly uouniicil In tlie flEhtltiR In thn
Arsonne factor September 28, lie said In
rr V'll l i i ' '"' I'Hsr borne. Private CaxnnnuRh
1WO JVlllCd 111 ACCUlcntS, ""a '""'" '" Ire for threo months
lie fnlheil lilt training nt (.'.imp Han
Tlirno Hind nf Hicnncn cock nml "nll'd for iixerneaa last August.
AlirCC -JICU 01 JJlbCilbC, l'rhut, K'tinrth Malcolm Annew. for-
UllC 1'rOlll WOUnds 'V n '"man prlwin mmn Juno !5
News litis Just reached relatives In thin I
country He wan taken prisoner earlyl
nrv'mrT n oit . i mnw ,n,,t ""miner while flghtlm; on the west.
01 HER CASUALTILS,: front with the Klrsl Uoynl Irish
. I Ullles AKiiew was born In llelfast, Ire-
Ifiml. I ill t hurl piiMn in Uiurlnii Hiarul'
, ,, , e -.. .i ttt -.-. ye.ira ago and had made his homo in
'Grandson of Civil War Hero i-n ndeiphia
rump ininnin i niniliri, ;. tmiii"
The Diary of a nilcn Hrcruit
Falls Victim of Pneu
monia at Norfolk
GIO. BWtlHAM rOTHA. RANK A.MADDJN.
Six I'htlHdtlphliini with the forces
overseas tire classified en the official cas
ualty list toda ns dead. The deaths
of two others with the army nt home are
reported by the War Department.
Two of the six death t of men over
neas were caused by accident, three men
died of disease, and one of wounds
One of the men who died In this coun
try wnfl rrlv.ite fleorge Burnam Mur-
1... .-,rt rrMn.. .......... tf. .. -
w. ......... .iuf.a "iri. Uf nun n llirni- ,, , .,., ,,. .,,.,. .,. ..
ber of the h Engineers Depot Brl. mUl.h hl,her wn VS t flrit iuVpVcil.
gade. He died of pneumonia, In Nor- More than Cnn.onti deaths, it is cild.
folk, Va , his parents learned from the i were eaustd by malnutrition or under
War Department nutrition only i hlllani are imluded In
Murth.i. a grandson or Charles D i ",1P ,"' "'"Ifh. savs the ntinounrtment,
Murtha, a eteran who distlngiilfhcd ,.lf .""' at ' " '" ''y P'""K "'" '"W
himself In the Civil War. was an ath- fmU M1,. cef ttrrp lnt.ldP1, , Ao.
lete. While a student at the Iennsl- ..h.rp.i, as were deiinltelv established as
Hnla Military College. In Chester, two being due to the cau-en named The
years ago, he wan selected to ride In officials intend to publish the complete
the I'hlladelphl.i 1 torso Show Ho was material on which the Imostlgatlons
an exnert horseman were based, "to demonstrate that this is
nisp street, a member of Company It,
"15th Infantry, was wounded Septeni'
ber 2S He is twenty.four enrs old and
has been serving In the army since Jan
uary, in is
I'rhnti- llmnn r. (InMeiilierg, Com-
1aii A, 316th infai.trj arrled home
laet J-Vld.ij In time to teieUe tbr official
telegram that he
SoMier llratt had been wounded
lr .. on arinlsllco day
If ar lrparlmenl He was wounded
!..- ... In tin. left hand
ii .. . 1'rHate (ioldenberg I
In ,ioier Is twenty-t h r c e I
tars old and a
ptiperh.ingcr n Irmle. tie lives with;
his parents, Mr and Mrs l'lncus flolden-'
berg t.'l Dickinson street He has been ,
tlisi'h.irged fiom the sen Ice
rrlinto lfnii,n Klrbiilttl, Company 1..
Sixteenth Infantri, was sexerely wound
ed October 30. He It twenty-seven ..ears
old ami was emplovcd at Cramp's Ship
yard before being drafted He had
made his home with his parents at 64-2
BLOCKADE KILLED 500,000
Hcrlin Dt'ditrrs That Number
Diet! a Koult of Food Luck
Itrrlln. J.-iti L'. (delayed ) (Ilv A I')
It Is annniimed olllelallv bv the Her
man liovernment that .1 further investi
gation of mortality, "due to the bloc-Lade"
from the autumn of 19K, until tne
7?3 1)- urr 3 3 IF
Private Murtha's division was to havo
not propiganda, but strictly for thf
purpose of estahlisli'ng the facts
LUZERNE TO HONOR HEROES
sailed early In November, but did not be
cause of the armistice After finishing
his course at the military college he en
I'eted In the army and had been In train.
,n5 at Camp Dlx until a short time ago. j Horouch Votei to Haifo S.",000 To-
brigade and sent to Norfolk He vvas' wa Mrmorial Clubhouse
twenty-flvo years old and single VMIkr.-liHirr. !., ,lHn 24 I.urerne
fifteen I.. I r..,.in.. boniUKli has voted to rai-e $snnn among
tlie ttMiiit resuieniHor the town upon prom
Private Frank .7 Melvln 3.10 North Kc of 1h coal comp.mies that, w hen tin
Philip street, u cook. dle,l of wounds Koal was reiclied, the eompan'es would
Privates Lawrence Hewlt, li' l-'oster avel suh.scrlhe JT. unit more toward the i rei .
nue, Darbv, Krnnlc A
f irlilnn leal "O" "1 i"oiiouiiliv null HN II nieinori.il
Xnrtl. s .( i -. ... ".... V, ln "ic .i. nero sons in l.uzerne
p;;,:V An,', "'.,, .'.:.; . ." ..a,nue' d- "'ss-mo.tl.ig wa,s called
w.tt. .uuu ,, rpi ll.ltuilj M re. i
lire re- tended lllrl the rierlslmi In r.i kn tlie
iioneo tc nave oien or disease Privates f r.mio was unnnlmoiis
Dav'd H Cochran, Sl Hae avenue Tlu' camii.Ugn Is on, anil -tops have
and carl N ICohler. S410 IVnn avenue nlroa,n ",,p" ""en to nml ,i .-lui. sit
are the remaining two men dead on the an'1 l'ro,iaro ,,',"s f"r ",0 building
noi.or rou tor mis city today The deaths
of both men were cause,! by accident.
There are fifteen names of men from
tills city and vicinity on the official cas
unity list today They are classified as
follows: Died of disease, three, died of
accident, two; died of wounds, one
wounded severely, tlve . sick in hospital
one ; missing in action. tw and wounded
slightly, one. Tour of the names on the
list today are corrections ft previous re
port?. SKETCHES OF THE HEROES
luVm1""' '" ' MeUln. .I.U" North
Philip street, is listed in the ,-asuaUv
list today for the fourth time Three
times he was re
irr Department ce"d '? ,a,n?
Reports Mnn Dead "oundeil Today
Ti. ir he Is elass'fl-d as
Jlitrd lime dead from viounds.
His mother Mrs
discredits all the reports The latest
War Department notice s.i,i that nr
son died .lanuarv 3 Mrs Melvln had
a letter from him written under date
of December :;, sa.v ing that ho was well
and had not been wounded Melvln
Was a cool; and vvas attached to I!at
tery C. l.'iith Kleld Artlller He en
teied the service list Mav Previous
to joining the colors he ai in the
produce business and made his home
with his mother
Private Trunk A. Mmldrn, ICM North
I''ift -fourth street, was sn,kn with
Influenza three davs after io arrived ir
France in October n "'' " . davs
later. His name is on tlie official iepo-t
from the War Dep.irttin nt tod.iv Me
vvas n member of Comp.mv i',. Fourth
Pioneers, Infantrv lie tr-im.d at I'amp
Wadsworth ,v month before si'lmg H
was tvvemv-i vears old Pr nm to
entering the servire lie i,( .T'i,oefl
as a postal elerK nt the yf..r 1(i
street and Lancaster .nenie s ji r.i ir
Honor Roll for City and
Its Vicinity Today
iiii.n or tvnf.Nos
1HANK .1, .VIKIAIN. 3333 North Philip
niF.n or ii-.f,a,k
I.WtRKNri: lllAUT, 12 FoutT ave
IKWt; A MtnilKV, inoi N (14th l
AMI Kl, .F. I'llltll.ll -.'011 W llnroM
st '1'revtouilv reported unnftlclKll, )
:n:i op Accnir.NT am otiif.h
HWII) II. rorillt.W. 'iltl llnzfl ave
CAKI, N. (Olll.l.lt. -,41l I'enn nv
Will M1K1I IAI.Iti:iA
(llltll V. Fltlli:it, (130 V i ar
f.hOIK.i: I'M.Ml'.K. C.'O rimor.il s,
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rilMII (IllWlrl. o;. Mntitrese si
inviVN l; (,(II.I)l,Mli:it(i. 4J0 IU kin
s. ti ft
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VtltM. IS ( TION. I'KFMIH l
itr.piiitTiio oi Mii.li "i: :ki.i.
IMIMIMt l M sM(). sou Altur
pioi.ii vi i Kuril i:, z::i s - i
Will Mil. I) -I.K.IITIA. I'RI'.VlUt -l.
KLPOKTI II VsIN(.
Mil. F I IIM W .' . l V t 13 n
"I'm a (Joil-fcnriiif; sailor man who is
doinft the hett he. ran to keep clean"
Jl'NK 24 Last week I caught n
liberty a perfect forty-three nml
went to spent It with sonio cliff-dwell.
inp friends of mlno who lived on the
sixth and top floor of one of those
famous New York struggle-ups. He
for shoving off there was some slight
misunderstanding between tho inspect
ing officer and tnvself relative; to the
exact color of my whites.
"Fall nut, there." ho said to mo.
"You c.in't go out on liberty In
"Hut these, sir," I responded hus
kily, "are not blues, they're whites."
"Look like blues to me," he satd
skoptloall. "Kail out anyway. You're
For the first time in niv life -T sala
to wash my vvjjltcs so that t wouldn't
he arrested as n deserter or bo thrown
Into thn brlR upon checking In. The
fat people departed, leaving mo In
solitary possession of their flat, i
thereupon removed my jumper,
humped my back over the tub, set no
bed Industriously until the garment
vvas white, then hastened roofwards
and arranged It prettily on tho line.
Thh accomplished, I hurried down,
removed my trousers, rehumped my
back over tho tub, scrubbed Industtl
ously until tho trousers In turn were
white and onco more dashed roof
wards, I havn nlwnvs been absent.
minded, but never to such an appall- M I S S 1 N G
us, cAium us io appear emu onty in
my scanty underwear In the midst of
n mixed throng of ladles, gentlemen
and children. This I did. Some ven
turous soul had claimed tho loof ns
their own during my absence. With u
cry of horror 1 leaped to the other
side of the clothes-line and endeavored
to conceal myself behind an old lady's
petticoat or a lady's old petticoat or
something of that nature.
"Sir," thundered a pompous gentle
man, "have you ony explanation for
our surprising conduct?"
"Several," I replied briskly from be
hind my only claim on respectability.
"In the first place, t didn't expect
an audience. In the second "
"That will do, sir," broke ln this
heavy person ln a quarterdeck voice.
"Who, may I ask, are you?"
"You mny," I replied. "I'm a God
fearing sailor man who Is doing the
best ho can to keen nice and clean.
and If you'd give me n couplo of Thrift ' ra
stamps I might be able to come out
fiom behind this blooming bnrragc,"
"Shameless," exploded the man. ,
"Not at nil," I replied, "In tho olden i
days It was quite customary for young
gentlemen and elderly stout ones like i
yourself, for Instance, to drop In at '
tho best caves with very much less
on than 1 have without any one con
sidering then conduct in any degree '
irregular. In fact, the ladles of this i
tlmo were no better themselves, 11.
being (Itemed highly proper for them
to appear ln some small bit of stuff i
and nobody thought the worse of II nt
nil. Take the early days of the fif
teenth century H. C. " I
At this point In my eloquent ml I
dress a voung child took It upon her-
KILLED IN ACTION
Twenty-eight Others Dead
of Wounds, 46 of Dis
ease, 10 by Accident
I'olal Army Casualties for
Day. 242; Grand Aggre
gate of 211,852
AViililntnn, Jan 24. The casualty
list released by the War Department
for today comprises 1S2. Thirty-three
killed In action, 28 died of wounds, ten
killed through accidents and other
causes, nml one n.une on the list as
having been killed In an airplane acci
dent Forty-six succumbed to disease
and 43 are listed as missing In nctlon.
Killed In rtlnn
I.IlllTI.NANT Ji-ns II Frovthnlm, Wor
tiled of vvnunil
MKl-THNANT Maxwell McKtcn, Hasten,
RHIM In Airplane Accident
LIEUTENANT Elwood H. Hooper, CJI
Killed In Action
rniVATIJ EwAilIrk Pach, Nintlcok.
Died of Wound! '
SEnOEANT Itussel It, Ebner, Fnton.
tOpk Frank J. Melvln, 33311 Philip
PIUVATE Uaptlit aiordano, Neatiuchon-inn-.
tiled ef Accidents and Other fames
PHIVATEH DavM II. Cochran. AN1S
J.'.yjl ""i". Philadelphia: Daniterlo Veto,
Old Foraei Joieph H. Edwards. M. nelnhnrt
;treet, Philadelphia! Carl M. Kholer. Pitta
burgh. nieil of DUeaae
i..,SJ,nt,0J?AJ?7-J. " Ian "u.hM Hull. Am
brld"i.P"l'1 P. fpennler. Uaaton
PIUVATEM Hewitt Lawrence, riarhyi
Frank A. Madden, mm No-th Flfty.fourth
II...1.1 8i.'?,li"JJ70t"ri "nri '"m
street, Philadelphia! Joseph 13. Ituane.
Mlaalng In Action
PniVATEH Howard J Linn. Llncvllle:
-- ouoocmi, t-UIIIIUI w
Kaatoni John Santella, La Itellei Alhert Volt,
JH4 Eaet Camhrla atreet. Philadelphia.
Wounded Mlihthr In Action, Previously Ile
PRIVATES Carl F. F.hmnnn, 2020 Weal
Montgomery avenue, Philadelphia i Jam's
Frank Morgan, Whltaker.
flck In lloapltal. Prctloualr Benorted Ml
Inir In Action
PniVATES rrank L. Atexa. nariatiawi
Itenrv Ii Frlea, Aahbournei Clair C Lltner.
Returned to Dutv, lTevlonaly Keportcl .Miss
Inn In Aitlon
PniVATEH Elmer O, Cavsnnuah. Uss
Vorth Wilton atreet. Phlladelphln-, Sirnuel
Oovherg 101's .South street, Philadelphia!
Elmer R. Leddon 73(1 Marlvn road. Phlln
delphlai Francis X. I'owera, Lebanon
Erronranslr Reported Wounded fcverclr In
PHIVATES ttntlnald llltner, Itcnovo
Jame, llcrnard l)usn Plttsbumh
Killed In Action
PIUVATE John (t Orcavcs, New llruna
nlvk, Mlaalnx In Action
Mlaalnc In Action r-retlmxlv nn.-i.a ! nJ?,n'ATEI Hulllvsn t)ucr, Asbury Park
VoundedlS:VereVV0,lAeV1l.B'',"r'', 1,h111'' "tnry Htrlpp, Jersey city
PntVATe-.n Ununr.l A TaVr t.r..nA-l
pomlnlck Maaalno. Ron Alter street. Phila
delphia; Paola Maetrnplese, 135.1 South
F.lahth atreet, Philadelphia! Antonio Mau- i
rlello, Exeter. I
Killed In Action, Prerloti'lr Reported Mlaalnr
In Action I
ConroitAI Robert V. Nolly, lleadlna- I
PRIHTn nalph Wlthey, Itloomaburg, '
Wounded Cev'erelv In Action, Prerloualr Re-I
ported Mlaalnc In Action
SEIttlEANT Clark M Erwln. foraimolls.
PRIVATE Jamea Frank Morean. Whlt
aker. Wounded In Action, tlerrce Undetermined,
Prrtloualy Reported Mlaalnic In Action
PRIVATES Joaeph P. Perger. Nev
Ca,stle: William S. Famnua, (122s Oraya
ave'ntie, Philadelphia! Harry E. Nuttall,
Ueiinded In Action, tlearce I'ndetccmliicd,
ITerloualy Reported Mlaaln In Action
PIUVATE John Winstcl Knuth nivcr
Reported to Duty. Pravlnuaty Rfortcil Mias
PRIVATEH Cnsner Itagermon. Jcraer
tltyi Oottwald K Jnwn, Clinton.
i:rronraiily Keporteil Illeil From UouniU Re
(died In Action
PRtVATE Anthony Pnvll, Illonne
lick In llnspltat Prevloe.lv Iteportrd Jll,
line In Action
PRIVATE Elwood F Englc, .1ISII Tulip
Present fcr llut, I'revlou.lj Reported Ml
. COitPORALS Svlve.ter Pernev. Pries.
iiaiei Jlay It. Schenk, Plttaburiihj Paul U. il
mfiMs".' "."""ds Received In Action
PHIVAIC Itussel U. Lyon. Newark-.
Illeil nt lll-eb
rORPORAL - liwrenco Dlppold,
To Confisralc Home Stills
.Monlgonier.i, Ala., .Inn 21 (Hv A.
P) Liquor making appliances and ve
hicles used In transportation of liquor
would be subject to confiscation and salo
of beverages "resembling" liquor would
lie prohibited under a bill passed by
the Alabama Senate and sent to Gov
nothing lit the light time. I just self to swing on the lino with the ie-
looked at him Then- was n dumb suit that It parted with a snap and tin '
misery In my e.ves, a mute, humble ai-I last cstlgp of protection came Hut.
pe.il such as Is practiced with mi much I terlng to the roof. With surprising!
success by dogs. Ho couldn't resist it pretence of mind, I sprang to a ladder I
"Tmn mound," he said btokenl, I 'th.it led to the vvnler tank, swarmed'
did so. i up it with the agility of a cat and
"Full in." ho oidered. after having low eted myself with u gasp of despair
made a prolonged Inspection of my '"to the cold, cold water of the tank,
shrinking back "I guess you'll do. From this place of security I gazed
but you are onlv getting through on a down on tho man.
technicality theic's one white spot "Cleir the quarter deck," I shouted,
under our collar." "get aft, or bv gad. I'll come fluttering
All went well with me until I es down there on your flat, bald head
NOed the six flight climb-up to the ' 1Kb' n blooming flood" Then I said
cave of these clllf dwelling people, some more things as my father before i
when I found th.it tin une-stoilml e- me bad said them and the man with-'
Istence I had been leading ill the Pel- 'drew with bis women,
ham bungalows had completely un-1 I emerged and sat In n borrowed
fitted me for mountain climbing. .bathrobe the test of the evening. The
June 2.1. Neither Saturday nor Sun-1 next mmiiing inv clothes were still
day was ,i complete success and for a damp Now, that's what I call a
while Siiturdnv afternoon assumed the stupid w iv to spend a Saturday night
proportions of a disaster After hav- on librrtv The fat people enjoyed It
ing rested from in climb. I dc- led I ( orvrvj, )0. blJ rrrdrrlck ,, Molf ,
One of the biggest features of
is the wonderful variety
of Women's Boots now
Practically unlimitpcl .-iui'tnir-nt for any woman
with style ideas of the cla and all sizes and
widths in every one of those models.
Brown Kid with fawn cloth top, walking heel
Grey kid with cloth top, French heel
Field Mouse Kid with cloth top, French heel
All Black Calf, and with grey top, walking heel
All Brown Calf, and with fawn top, walking heel
AH Black Kid, with French heel
These Boots are today worth from 310 to .$12.
Next season they will be worth more.
The 5tor or Famoui SKoflj J
Every Foot Profesnor.ally Fitted Three Geutwg Brothers
Thirty Feet of Danger
The intestinal canal i an important pait of every
unlit iilual, important every inch of its thirty feet.
The upper portion of it U intended for the diges
tion of food and absorption of its useful portions.
But the lower part is concerned with the elimina
tion of waste material.
It is, in other words, the cicat sewer of the body.
Thu more food eaten, the sreater the waste. If
a sewer becomes closed up, its contents stasnate
and become more and more dangerous.
Constipation means more than failure to evacuate
the bowels regularly and thoroughly. It means
.stagnation, im teased fermentation, putrefaction
and germ action. JnciciM-d amounts of irritating
and poisonous substances are formed. Absorption
of these into the blood follows. Self-poisoning
Danger, disorder, disease, or even death follow.
Pills, purgative mineral waters, castor oil, salts,'
etc , do not cure constipation or prevent its con
sequences. They make ir v. orc because they do
not only irritate the bovvels, but they "wear out"
in effect and so must be taken in increasing doses,
making constipation a habit.
But the Nujol Treatment for Constipation over
comes constipation by helping Nature re-establish
easy, daily, thorough bowel evacuation as "regular
Nujol prevents stagnation and self-poisoning.
Nujol forms no habit, except a natural, healthy habit.
After Niiinl has trained the bowels to act, it can
be dispensed vv ith.
Nil Ol for constipation
till. L, .!!.
Write fir f,ee Bnuo "Thirty Feet t)f Danger"
&TANDARD Oil. f'O. (M'.W Jl.RSKV) "Rcgttlaras
0 Broadway, Nrvv York Clockwurk"
I'l'j I'll im rf Nujol ii told only in
r r lit fling. staffJ i,,,,,!,., br.ring
the Nujol Trade MarL. At all (lrucrcuts. In
list on Nujol. You may tuffir from iiibstitutej.
The cost? "Tis but a trifle when you
consider the benefits. Purock is de
livered to offices and homes in steril
ized glass bottles. Six large bottles
or a five-gallon demijohn, 50 cents.
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210 S. 24th Street, Philadelphia
Cell, Spruce 3643 Keystone, Race 1887
p' I I "Plays with a
"My wife hates talking machines, but she loves music,
faid a recent caller. A clever distinction. 1 he New
Kdison appeals to just such people simply because it
doesn't sound like an ordinary talking machine.
BLAKE & BURKART
HERBERT E. IJLAKE, Successor
"The Home of the New Edison" 1100-1102 Walnut St.
Business Hours !):30 to 5:30
Why Uncle Sam
The unanimity with which our State Legislatures have hastened to ratify the Eighteenth
Amendment to the United States Constitution is a source of wonderment to many of our repre
sentative newspapers. Thus to the New York Tribune it seems "as if a sailing ship on a wind
less ocean were sweeping ahead, propelled by some invisible force," while the New York Times
explains the mystery by suggesting that "prohibition seems to be the fashion, just as drinking
used to be."
The nation-wide sweep of anti-liquor sentiment is accounted for by other well - known
publications in more positive terms. The Pittsburgh Gazette-Times declares that the abolition
of intoxicants is dictated by "the deliberate judgment" of the American people, and the Toledo
Hlade terms the movement "as remorseless as the rise of tides in the sea." yet the New York
World characterizes it as "a most emphatic denial of local self-government."
In the leading article in THE LITERARY DIGEST this week January 25th these
varying views are discussed in detail. Other articles of strong contemporary interest in this
High Prices Tottering
An Informing Summary of Statistics on This Most Pressing: Question
Gathered by the National Industrial Conference Board
To Fight Bolshevism With Food
Not Enough Jobs
Shall We Annex Our "Achilles Heel"?
Shall Germany Repent?
Germany's "Gigantic Comedy"
Polish Pogroms Denied
Why Centers of Industry?
Play-Production by Push-Button
"Beehive" Conditions in Europe
Army Bridge-Building Speed
How Did Germany "Put It Over"?
House-Building by Wholesale
Plank Railroads for Lumber Trucks
The Power of Words
Mr. Roosevelt in Literature
Are Musicians Cranks?
Morale Centers to Replace Saloons
English Church Champions Labor
"Advanced Poets" Condemned by Mr. Hearst
Important News of Finance and Commerce
An Unwuallu Good Collection of Illustrations, Including Cartoons and Maps
"The Digest" Gives You the Right News Perspective
It nut infrequently happens that reports of popular upris
ings, of grave decisions by the various great Powers, and
of other important events, printed in the newspapers of
one day have to be considerably modified on the next.
This is inevitable, in view of the haste with which such
news must be rushed to the presses. To obtain a really
accurate account of history in the making time must be
given for the verification of the facts, which often assume
a vastly different form when sicucd in their proper per
spective. Such a perspective, insuring the absolute rclia
bility ofthe details presented, is yours from week to week
literary nnirFrc!-r,w r, c.'rrent .cVents in TK
j j mi DIGL? J A,ul thee articles arc not onlv
dependable, they arc imn.-mi.-il. u-mtpn ,.:.!,... .. i .. ;
k;-c j ..,:.!, .!. .:i. " ' , V.'""1 " ""ir oi
bias and with the single purpnx of recording the trutl
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