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EVENING - PUBLIC LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY,
JUNE - 2, 1921
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avoiding nnythlnp that would open
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cumioh. No attention will be paid to nnony
mous letters. Nnmes and addresses
must bo signed n an evidence of
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to be taken nn an Indorsement of Its
views by this paper.
Communications will not be re
turned union." nccompanled by post
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"jU ,,,M " ."be due "to the fnct that.
!i ih. ! TfcRt) J?iii-d with, nnd the
I, pt rlo ' "naln from 'Un. "
'X to rumori '""'a, t may ndd
I fW ''Jrce Treaty, the ter
,h.r.oroln t ,'; Poland .and
rltorr l ,0 i.r to the wlshtu or in
hhiWItnt. In ",' , In the recent
SnVuted .?r?Bii. both a majority
,lebliell. M"" Ti- . di.trlcti and three-
Trf th votr
those district
communes voted for
iiw '--- the communes '"" , ,
fourths ot ''"?,. ni,rl-t" affected by
a, prtitn J"1." ,n a4 why or how Hi
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UrWiM have been 1 nur..x .. ..
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Tkl fcl IB" ."', ,fc. u,wr,.tnrv of
,lnrton. iar""uRll,,.n problem. In
fiat. o. ..u:, d. ran In no wl.e
:b,l.Zr.; a m'.reao.ns of Ih. Peac.
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JETS May MJ02I.
Our National Anthem
F0,m" . .. ikmirhl thnt th.
A ."2 "i.oonr'neS"!
ilMt "moTie" pictures thatjl have ever
mllt nl''" .; , nntrlmt. mUB o wa
'""'Lfr.' .. when "DMo" was Played
'hitrtVre.t.tt amountj-o-f applause fllled
ihi wewre.
m, li It that thli song- snoum inspire
X..1 o The picture waa auppoaed
.kit icVno from th. CUII War. deplctlns
u Korth and the Roulh flBhtlnir Under
h, Vlrcumitances I thousht the applause
"tt will lnarlably be found that where
...la conr.lft. thin ery popular "Dlxlo"
k tb ion that stirs tho crowd Why la
Bhllf T. 11 nOl KUUU n.ftu.ttli.b I.tlE
0lal ' i -.t,.n. .. nnK. 4k.
a nw nanoin'i hihum. ku .c... .Q tu
(ir Soantlfd nannrr.
11 OKOrtOB T. SCHKLU
pMlidflphla, May 27. 1021
The Pay of a Field Clerk
To the .Mllor o (he HtrHlrff fiibtlr l.nlorri
Blr I have noted the controeray that la
Rolng tin In nur tvt.r Ix-tween the Amorl-
fan IKlon ami the V. Y. W. members.
siRtleil by n wirrespondent who claims to
b. a volunteer of the 103d nnitlneera, Twen-ty-elirhth
Dhlnlnn. 1 do not caro to enter
in. controversy, but I would Ilk. to say,
when Uncle Ham waa taking car. of us.
and we needed nothing, tho people over
loaded us with incils, tobacco and atten
tions, Now, when we are starvlntr. what
do they do for us? I am out of patltnee
with the Amrrlcnn I-earlon and any """if'
nrsanlaatlon that Is ao supine that "111
stand for foreign domination. If th. boys
In tho American Irfeion and the Veterans
of Korelsn Wars could biiive hell In France
to prerervo their country, then lot them (tei
toxether to make America fit for Amer cans
lo IH. In, and t am sure that they will Im
mediately enlist the active aympatny anil
mpport of ove'ry former soldier, and a (treat
denl of the civilian population.
And If the enitlneera want something to
discuss Instead of IHr service ;
perhaps It would Interest them to fl nd out
Just why a field clerk, who Is nothlnsr less
Ih.n n .lnrlfle.l ilrnmrranhrr. aelS twice ine
salnry of a aorireant major, ranks as an
officer, and yet has th. prlvlleue of "''""I
nt any time, while h. does not do one-tnlru
of the work of & company clerk, nor hve
one-flfth of th. responsibilities of a rt''"1
major? That Is one of the sreat army mys
teries that I should like to solve.
J. P. O D.
Philadelphia. May 20. 1921
Paying Debt With Art
To the Kdltor o thr ."tenlno 7'uMfr L'dacr:
Sir More and more thla country la bev
eomlna- the haven for the ureal works of
art of the world. It lia been said that
President Hnrdlns favora the .stabllshment
ot n ministry of arts. If this Is true, can t
we start som.tlilnir ana request me
to pay the billions they owe us with their
vast art treasures and establish on Ameri
can national gallory, thus foitcrlmr tho de
elopmcnt of art in thla country?
Wo don't ned the monoy th. Allien ow.
us, so why not let tnem nav. n in eicnou
for some of their art mastorplecca, offering;
them a Boodly price nnd th- prlvlleae of
luylnu them back within a reasonable time
If thoy prlio them so hlfthly? Germany
could thn pay tho Allied indemnity, in part.
In kind, under a Ilk. firreement.
This plan, torether with that of formor
Senator Heridit.'s namely, to hae Knf
laVd and France paynthelr debt to us with
their Colonial possessions nearest our
borders seems to be an equllahl way to
solvo tho International debt problem Q
Philadelphia. Mav W 1021
A Rap at Mr. Edison
To the Editor o the KvciiliiD I'ublic l.fdaer.
Slr it would bo Interesting to know
what salary Mr Hdlson pas tho renll who
nro nblo to answer all of the questions
fertnlnly no man who had completed less
than a ery complete course In liberal art
rnrt hod then taken a compl-le onBl.ieerlnK
course could hope to do Justice to such a
group of qucatlrna. I speak from a par
ticular knowetdiro of the technical questions
asked, The technical Information necessary
to do Justice to Mr. Bill son could come only
frbm a wide contact with various manufacturing-
industries.
sf hae talked to a score of persons on
this subject within th. last few days and
their condemnation of Mr. IMIeon .has been
unanimous. It la a certainty that he has
lost much Of the popularity which has been
attached to him nnd really made him an
American character. It seems evident
that Mr. Edison has acquired some very
peculiar Ideas to to what education really
means.
Mr. Kdlson has never published widely
the very capable aasletance rendered him
by tho group of scientists emplnted In his
laboratories and to whom much of glory
alven to Mr. Edlruti Is due. And I bcllev.
that the records of Mr. Edison's business
will show that tho college men have really
made his business.
W. I ANDHrtSON.
Philadelphia, May I'O, 1D21
Questions Answered
Our First Minstrel Company
To tht Editor 0 the Evcntno Public I.tdaer:
Hlr Will It bo possible for you to tell me
when the first Negro minstrel company was
organised In the United States? A friend
Insists that It was not until after the Civil
War. W. h. U.
Philadelphia. May 20. 10'Jl.
There were many minstrel companies on
the road beforo tho Civil War, In 1843, so
far as we can find, th first minstrel com
pany, the Virginia Minstrels, was formed.
It consisted of Dnn Emmolt, Frank Jlower,
Hilly Whltlock and Wck I'elhsm, Th. style
of performance adopted by them ha. re
mained nruch the same ever since, for they
danced, sang, played their Instrument, and
carried on a running dialogue of Jokes.
Dividends on Stock
To the Editor of the JTucHlno Public Ltdotr:
Sir In tho stock quotations I notice the
following
Dlv Stock Trice
10 Atlantic Oulf 4 W I S S . 30X
10 D h t. W . 2441,
i Eastman Koarwc . . (inn
Does that mean that If I pay 80. 7(1 for
A O, A W. I. I get $10 a year dividend
Just, the aamo money that 1000 calls In
vested In Kodak?
Surely (10f must bring mero than 180?
Hnve been seeking this Information ever so
Philadelphia, May 20, 1021.
The real value of tho stock dependa on
th. dlvldonda declared For Instnnce, East
man Kodak has paid a number of cash
dividends and eitra dlvldonda. In addition
to the 10 per cent, on October 18. 1B20,
Eastman Co. declared an extra dividend of
TH per cent, and In January 2, 1M0. de
clared an extra TH per cent: April 1. B per
c.ntl June 1, 2H per cent July 1. 8 per
contl September 1, 2H per cent, a total of
8TH per cent. In addition to the regular 10
per cent.. Bo far thla year the. Ksatman
Co. haa paid 13 per cent extra. This ex
plains the difference In quoted price a"e to
value of the stock,
Latin a "Dead" Language
To (he i'd'lor of (he Evtnlno I'ubHe Ltdotr:
Sir Will you please exptaln to me why
thoy call I.atln a "dead" Ungues.?
W. D. C.
Philadelphia, May 20, 1021,
Latin is called a "dead" language be
cause no nation uses It as a spoken lan
guage. In a senae, however, no languag
Is moro alive, for It formi the basla of
the French, Spanish, Italian, Portugues.
and a largo part of the English language,
Latin la also used much as a church lan
guage and in law and medicine.
Persons In Holmes' "Our Boys"
To tht Editor pi tht Evtnlno labile Ltdgtr:
Sir I would be pleased If you would pub
lish the names referred to In the poem called
"The Doys," by Oliver Wendsll Holmes, as
"Doctor," "Judge," "speaker." "Mr.
Mayor," "Member of Congress." "Rev
erend" and "tho Juatlco."
MAnr HKBTON.
Philadelphia, May 20, 1021,
Tho men referred lo were! "Doctor,"
Francis Thomas; "Judge," O. T. nigelows
"Speaker," Hon. Francla II, Crownlnshlold,
"Mr. Mayor," O. W nichardson, of Wor
cester, Mas,; "Member of Congress," Hon,
Ooorgo T. Davla: "Reverend," James Free
man Clarke, and "Justice," Ilenjamln II.
.Curtis.
Peary and the North Pole
To the Editor of the Evrntnp Public Ltdacr,
Slr-Wlll you pleann tell me how long
Peary "was gone before he discovered the
North Pole, and also the date of discovery?
F. S. D.
Cheater. Pa., May 2T, 1021,
Peary salted on his last polar expedition
In 1008 and wai gono about fifteen montha.
The date of his discovery of the North Pole
wsg April 10, 1000.
"C, C. L." That Cape Cod Canal was
cfflclaltr opened with ceremonies on July
20, 1014.
"W. L.. M." The American Forestry As
sociation, Washington, D. C. furnishes
pronto name platea for soldier memorial
trees.
-"W, D. W." Edgar Allan Pot's pronts
were respectable actors. Hie grandfather
was a Revolutionary officer of an honorable
ruitlmore family.
"C. C. T," About 1700,000.000 were
spent In the Unite.? States for admission to
motion-picture theatres In the fiscal year
ended June 30, 1020.
"R. t.. It." Th "Slav Cnaat" la a geo
graphical nam. for a division of the coast of
Upper uulnea. It owes Its name to tne
active atave trade formerly carried on there.
Ppents and Songs Desired
"If Love Were Laughter"
To thr Editor o the Evening Public Ltdaer.
Sir For a long time I have searched for
tho name of cumpea.r nnd all the vcrsea of
a song, the first verse of which Is!
"If love were always laughter.
And grltf were alwaa tears;
With nothing to come after.
Through all tho waiting years."
1J O. SHORE.
Philadelphia.' May 2. 1021
An Old Irish Song
To the Editor of tht Evenlna Public Ltdotr;
Sir The. song desired by "H. W. O'C."
waa written by a professor of Trinity Col
leg., Dublin, and la aa followa
THE MEMORY OF HIE DEAD ,
Who fears to speak of '087
Who blushes at the namo?
When cowards mock the patriot's fate.
Who hangs his head In shame?
He's all a knave and half a slave
Who treats his country thus,
And true men, like you men.
Will fill your glass with us.
We drink tho memory of th. brae.
The faithful and the few:
Borne lie afar across the wave,
Bome alien In frl.M Inn.
All, all are gone, but still Uvea on
ino rsme of those who died.
And true men. like you men,
Remember them with pride.
Bom. on the shores of distant lands
Their weary hearts have laid,
And by the stranger's heedless hands
Their lowly grave was made,
Ilut though their clay be far awayA
Huond the Atlantic's foam,
In true men, like you men. Tl
Their spirit's stilt at home.
The dust of some Is Irish earth,
Among tlvlr own thoy rest,
And tho aamo land that gave them birth
Haa caught them to her breaat.
wAnd we will pray that from their clay
Full many a race may start,
Of true men like you men.
To aet aa brave a part.
Then here's to their memory May It be
To ua a guiding light:
T cheer our hopea of liberty,
And teach ua rn unite.
Through good or 111, be Ireland's still.
Though sad as theirs your fate
And true men h. you, men,
1.1 lu those of '08,
'98 refers to the year 1108. the late ot an
Irish Insurrection In which Lord Edward
Fltigerald and other noted patriots were
alaln J. T. F,
Philadelphia, May ad, 1021
Sends Thanks to Forum
To tht Editor o tht JJvcnlno PunKe Ltdaer:
, Sir I want to thank you for publlahlng
-u Jtaater. Let Me Walk With Th.e," and
many inanss also to A. C. McO., of Up-
iaiiu, m ior aenaing it in.
MART 8. TOUNO.
Claymont. Del , May 20, 1021.
Margaret T. Yoat asks for the poem con
taining these lines:
"The com la In the jellow leaf
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.SHOULDERS of Yearling LAMB, 122c lb.
Stewing Yearling LAMB, 5 lbs. for 25c
Pure Creamery Butter in -lb. prints, 30c lb.
Best Selected Eggs (in cartons), 25c dozen
To accommodate our trade, we are open Friday and
Saturday Evenings until 9:30, o'clock. Come in Friday, if
possible, to ayoid the Saturday rush.
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The canker and the srlef are injno and
mine slone."
"Mrs. 1 M." sake for a boem eontslrt.
Ins the words "Farewell, Ilrolher Vst
kins " It Is written In n comic vain end
represents an old pastor taking lenre of his
people. Every one, even the old horse,
seems to be serins, "Farewell, firother
Welkins "
"F. J P." hopfs some kind r.sder will
send in the poem containing the unrds,
"And there Is no Wrst orth knowlmr, ind
there are no pioneers;
Thsy have riddled It with railroads, throb
bins on and on tor cats "
"W. 1,. C." wishes the poem refer!
occurt .
I "On farni leaf And itnsel leaf,
The nsnin of Itnln shall burn,"
aaaaaaaanaaaai .
"It. (I 1." asks for a poemby Cosmo j
Mnnkhouse, rnlltled "Any Houl to Ahy.'l
body,"
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.ll.ui.Jn, IIni.Iv Iflnl.M
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New Potatoes p" 1 2c
Vi Bushel (30 lbs.), 90c
Xo. 1 size finest quality. Dry as meal.
New Texas Bermuda Onions, lb. 5c
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Beef cut to 1 Ocf
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Asco'Evap. Milk, tall can. . . .12'c
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Big, fresh eggs right from the barnyard
Selected for their size nnd weight. In scaled
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30c
These Prices in All Our 186 Sanitary Meat Markets
Genuine Native Beef
Rump or O i. K. lb. Oft
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Finest Sirloin Steak, lb. 40c
Thick
End
Rib Roast lb 18c
Finest Standing Rib Roast, lb. 28c
Milk-Fed Broiling or Frying Chickens, ib. 37c
GENUINE MARYLAND AND KENTUCKY SPRING LAMB
Breast lb. 10c
Legs of Lamb lb. 10c
Rib Chops lb. 15c
Shoulders .
Loin Chops
Rack Chops
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30c
55c
32c
Smoked Skinned Shoulders, ib. 15c
These are big, meaty, long-cut Should! rs with fat trimmed off.
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