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tmK'K $niV rjwr ' lOiWlik 8 EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24 1922 wyrwrrm IM v ?. M : lf!fil 'y ;' ;i Euenmg public ffiefcger ! ' jC; '" PUULIC LEDGER COMPANY I CYRUS II, K. CUIITIS, I'llIMlDENT Jehn C. Mnrtln, Vice President ainl Treisiirer. furies A, Tler. S-crplnrv. l'linM"s II l.u.ilnu- I i. I'hlllu S Collin-. Jnlm II Wllllnm ,l,.lm .t. i urirrnn, Oeerce 1'. Goldsmith, Dux Id K. Sinll.j. ! rwter PAV1D R, SMft.RT ETiter JOHN' C, M.M1T1N- Oen-f.il nu.nem Manner Publlshel dally nt rttittc t.frsirn UulMIng lliilrivmU'iiCM Siiuare. I 'hlln,1,-lt'lil. Atlantic ClTt rrvi-riteti ttlllMlfig Nr.w Ynnit :irt4 Mmll-011 Ave Cktbeit Tni PerJ IliilllltiK Br l.ei'ls 013 Mehr-Drmnrmt llullilii.g ClHCJ'lO ISO:! Tribute Ilullillntf NIIWS III UllAl'S W-miimiten Hliir.st . N II 1'iir rVnnsvlvnnl.i Ave. ivml 14t'i t Kriv Yekk Ui'nrit; The fun llnll.llni- Londen IlcnCAU 'rriif.ilr.ur IluiMtng Si'li-M nil" l In.N 'i i;l;.M.-. v Thti DicMMl I't in I' t.Mnini t ctm-.I te mill- ciIIt In I'n'l.eV l-nl i mnl ut rnun line tins in at tt.e m'p uf tsselsi! (l.'i ieiiti itr wvrh (msul'le te ie i n' rier tiy mall te nelnt!" eulMe of rhllnaVlfhl.-i In the t'n tl ,t lti- I ntmti iir t't,!tsl St.it s ,n--fmlen, retak-e free, fifty (.".nl rents j,t tnentli. Bit (Jill ill.iUrs r sen ln,iie ci n Is. nice Te nil fnrelin crnii'trl- i?) ,l.,llii n ni.mth .Vmier Su'nciiln'P" wi-hlnir .vl Irpii clmnccJ ITIU-t ttlv e.il An ssi-ll i . i si .nlilrcp- BELL. 10IM ICIIMT MVsTONF, M MS 1601 t.liMrrs r'l cnii'fif, ''rnl v ft, !'v'i'U Pub c Sttrferr, hulrpt nit' 'in .rtiir. , '.'ituif. tjuun. Member of the A'suriatcd Press Tin: AsseriATi:n nii.si t- rxriuMr, rv i Htlefi te f'l IIS' "' I Mil rnf, i of cl7 , ilspHfli' ivititrd til if "" 'Mi i.''i,ri(t. ,,.,fM ' in fills ;mi',i. m .1 ate ' . i;ru. "m juit, iln i.' I Wlflrfn. .1(1 iitfdfs i' r.pif, ,,if(fln e' lliu'.el ii.'l fl 'i' s ' rflu ' ii.su i it nt. i I'luU.Wlilii,. I ni.Us . I'. ih "BROTHER BILL" TAKES IT Tin; tici i-inii ni William s. nri' te ic sign Ins si:it in (Vingri'-s mnl n or tin Stntc Si'ii.iti' us tin' iiritss,,r te In liroil.er is iiimli' mil liriMiisi' ,i v,.i: in tl ,' Stiili' Ben.'it" i inirii'. ,!! ,,f ihuit i:np,irt,iiu tlinn ii -.il In i i.lienil lle'i-r .'l llcpn-- tinliititi's. Inn tm- pir, l. ni!iiii.il ri'iisens. I A Si.it- Smtiti." is ! p ,n i", !i 'i'li ' Ier.il pelilii'fil iniiilll mi ." I imii '' ll s pill' l' 111 til'' Killlii' of ' .'ll poll I . Uepl' ! "llt.'ltMe ,ll ' St e.''i"iti ! iei !., ilii'l ' the tumult i,f his Te ill lifetliii iinl , ,i i.ue ' his role ill tin- linn' l!i p,l''il' .Hi erK.iti ..ill. .11 i It) far ii- he r.'in. Se.m thine of till- k.iul wi ,.pi'. te I when I Edwin II. Vme ilml It was ktnmn th.if I the ni'iehine whleh he hullt up would nut le i allov.eil te go en the r- ls v.ilimit mi , Iter' te ave it. It i ten elirl' In l.ills nlwmi 'I"' i flee! uf this iiiem O'l 'lie !.ils te n.mi.'ise the lie pnhlii'.in e"i.'Miii.'iii' n l. :' i:ilteii "f lenders who ,i iininlh nse v op- tiulai inr "i" niiother. All ihnt I -i''" te s,i new is thnt tie liV.ll It inlns win, took up'i' s f.'.e.l Seiiiiter V.nre iir. h-ndii- th il the .urmiao .urmiae ttlent will e'l'ili'e il em tn eentniMi te t.ip the V'l'f pi.i-si f..r il'e sinews ,.t w.ir Tins iii, , is ii I1' .in i iTei i in nriiii no the st nil- p mil - il i " '' M'e- Strell'.'i! illi'l.-ll nil li' nW n .1 Illlt III - .' the Ii .Li'i i-1iii ATTACKED BY PIN PRICKS EVIMIA eiviiiiiz.iiiiui i iiliin i.iii iii M.I--M-lilllsell- VI i nlideli. i .liisi'il W.llUel vl.e w i- ;i e;ini.iii..ii tit tti'iiun.'ittnii in li:" Ullltnl S'.itis Si I .it'" Slln-t lli'lir I 'nlmr I.ni.'e li i! i 1 in .it , '. W.l'ker w.'is ihte'leil. nlllli: '" the"'.; nf I'i'S.iliU.illeii pelltli..in- li ' -Ihinld IltlVe il, uptnl tile Mtlliit. llllll OM'tl if lie did inn v ni-li I'T the e.nt.nii ,,f l,ndsi' he should '."i win!, :i..nn-l lnui Milt W'.i'ki r h:i- mini i. in ! ihm I" 'l.ink 'l.ink I.edKO s ii i'.i lie ilifellteil III order I" Iniisen th" in., i- .f !. n'd-siiiiril him in 'he Rnnme. mil tint t'i-1 ' I'm-" he wil' -iiip.nt the riiihi'.n .ei-1'ii.;ii-sim' unnlnlaie This Js his ii! I lis ;i , ltl7i'i. If ',.iker h d .ins niiisii'i inhle fn nwiiu- III the Mill. II. in.,1-' IlllSl't IM.'lke 'he I'e- rliitliti nt" I.eilj;' ntioerliii" ,1"' n W . Weeks ls il'l'. 'It'll f"l T" ''"II",' llj II Ili'lnoer; i lin.iiise H' the liikeu.irii in ..t the fill 'ids nf !'' .illdlll.lte win opposed him mi : ,e .ii'.iin:e- I'm' W'i kei-'- fni -lewii-j i- i i-i'.MiIti' mi' mi iiiMpiirisn'i with th-.' "f S tin.' W M't'.!! Wh.it'. 1 1- m.i hiippen .i "I'n i- Siite-. t . !;. nl.ll. mi- lire mtitn'.h ii' .hi i" . i r M. is-,ii l,ii-i n. THE SMALL-TOWN LAWYER Till; i!;ni iiiit "I .iiie I'.'iN fr.iin I1. e .- n : 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ("Hi I" 'ii ' i- fni i'-l. nliiw, il Jit Ike III i'l" n -IKIIII'eitl et .lll-t'.e l Cli'.rkl' lie I- s. lelil i .tlnei M'.il's ,,'i ji ml litis hi i 11 ! 1. elill.i f "1 tl lit I'll' lli'lir.s I tv ent jest- !. i I'li'-lil' lit Mi Kltlles I lifted I mi li'i'ii 1 ii'.iUM' "li-enrits mnl ' f.ppeilllid llllll te I'lin e he Wll- w ,:it l- ' known 111 the llllll' i I'les ,i. ,1 -lll.'lll I,, Wll liiwjer II" I e- pimeil that the Instil mind due- lint di pell'l 111 mi the -.' of 'I town fnf It- deveiep.iieli'. t"i I !,'s sirved with di--tiin linn mi the s ii, e' lietn h with .lnti.i finiii th" hit; i ltie- lllllllll. It W Wi.l.'l. nf llllie tl.llt ll f'lr the his :.vr idnnlier of .Instnis of the ,. pri'iin Court Ji.iie ii. i. e tnmi si.mil inwti Tllej lme Imi n se wil' re'.it.deil in les.il 1 ri " ipli's .itnl "f -n t.in a t'ldieiiil temper ih.it tlu'.v I. me made of tlmt enmt the mt'iiie-t tnlniii'i in tin wnr'd Wlieli lie Willi .1 till" mind l- e he born tie fate- 1 1 ti ' m n-l -'i h n, titters de I net -i e ii tn .i ni. heed tn the ih'ir.e'tir nf the p':n e m win. h h t ui I. is tir-t Illflllltlle will, lie wl mir naie n l.iindi- OIIIIS, Hid ll iiMMi'l ,,1.' tl.' I W li. lie e up I till' si'nws nC 1 - 1 '''I 'II'.' I e In, nil. is , eilp.'lhli nt en I ,' " H, i . s' J THE SPELLIN" BEE AGAIN? J IT ('ANNI)T he tli.it tin ,. d fiishinind Spelllt'g In e is mining I .,. i, T ,,,,. tlens out of which it giiw liase ehiniged. fce that ih'1 effort te ii .imi' it te pnpii! mi) Would he like an etTmt ,. bring hufk tie pepiihtrlts ,,f the li.ii n -i.u-iiig Yet tlie JI.ithiisMiY. .s.li.il.1 -peare Club tn linie a spelling in.it. h this week The Indies wl' he ptisent in fa-hiiiuiibb gowns of silk and hnmdi nth 'i'lies v iii ii.ieti te the leading nf (lie old pm m about The Spelling I5ee." ami smile tolerant!) 't the Piitiliu'tital nmratise. Then the) will choeiie sides mid prepare tn spell one an other down. All the time the) will knew that they ate siiupl) plasing a pail, just s they play u purt when they get ut, n Ciilice dunce. The pt'eple te whom the spelling bee wns genuine and interesting snciin dlserslnti Were people who dressed in uilice mere fie qiientls than In silk. Thev ssere jireud jf their ahillts te -pell becaun' H was proof of their po.s-eMoii of book-lea ruing. Schools wi'ie few mid only the elemental'.! branches were tniigl t The boy or girl who ndvanii'd as lar as the Tlurd Header was counted l.?.rueil, and IJ he or bhe could i-elve irehleui- 111 the deuhle rule of three the iicme of erudition had been renched. OUR "ISOLATION" F0H ii nation which hns b.en ncciiNed of withdrawing, "bag mid baggage," from Europe, the I'nited Stales continue te glut n extraordinary exhibition of IneeiiHisieuey. Te the burden, voluntarily asmitned, oriul eriul mlnldtering aid te the KtiNslnn people, with whose (Jeveriiineiit we are net en speaking termH, htiH been added tint eiiall bug,, tank I reltef in the Near Ktist. 'Mere thnn half n mlllieit suffering kumB btinjs, tb majority wenieit mid children, lire ilriciiilent upon the benevo lence tif America." These lire tin- welds uf ihe President of tlii Republic, wIid hns Jit"( appointed n Committee uf Sponsors, representing hit) State mill Territory In tin1 1'iilnti mid ilie iiisiilur possessions, in oe-opernte Willi lln Red Truss, (lie Nrnr Ililst Hcllrf nliil tin Ce-nnllliiitlii:; Colilinit Celilinit li'c, t'oinpe-iMl of llt'Iltls of urpilitiitleiis ceiircniiMl with thr prebli'iu of iissNinui'i' In till1 I.l'Vllllt. Whilp it Is iii'ithi'i' etitul fin in nor iihirult. tlcftni'llilr te IpeiisI of ci'licrtisilj , It linij Ml lcnst l nett'tl tlmt tln iiiemiint'iiliil uinli'i tilklllK new llliili'r WIIJ. mill itrtilirtl te lit1 nwntiitli'cntlj iimnliil. Iiem-s sennt ri'si'iu IiIiiiii'c In "-cltlh iseliitliiii." In n kmi-i', llir Nuir l'nl i nnnthcr llt'l Kiuin. whfrc thr Iniiier of Aini'ilni wn Kt'l" e liricht. mill tlii'ic run In- no duiilit tlmt tlir nnlieniil spirit uf elniiitj mnl ioiiipii--sen will ln viinlliifl nwiiKi'iiril mnl dr dr M'lepi'il with thi Sinn,' prni'tlriil rllii ifin-j in tliv prcM'iit tniacilj. LYMAN ABBOTT A i)in:m:.Ts , ih-iicht held (1 iiii:iu:.ts i.r iifr-rMH v, in.eis ..f ti tin ti if I.Miiitn Ahhett. who litis ni-t din! lit his i ightj .-OM nth eiir. W'htit the opinion of It will he in tveitlj-lhe jeurs will in pi ml en the it,illj of the llnu.'ht of hi ."diiiiriMs mnl of his deini' lei's. Wlialiwer llin tiiinl M'filirt I rij !iew It nnist he inll'iitlid hj I'Vel'j line lli.il he hns hud it st'iiit iiitluetii e itpmi the lliniii:lit of his time This lnliuoiieo luis ( ,,i ie imi In' In' In' o.'iiise h. was an erlKinn! him -t iki-ti- Init lieeiiiise he ti ptid mid ) npn,:i I'l.ed the theories nf inen who did ll rtcni.il wink. Ile was the -en nf n i lerm iiilin. .It., eh Ahhett. Who wtn'e the ie!n hunks. After ii brief exponent with the 1 iw he heo.inie a elersjuiaii I na-elf and pieinln'il a low JOIH's. till- -I'lfi nf li- i.l I he Wi.s a ho'lesi'i in t!i nld-l'.ishiniinl ni'llinilnw . lie left the pu'pit fur jmn n i ' ini and v in "ti the staff of "Mial New erk puh'iiii l mils!. Itieiudiii: Harp 'i - M.iaiu, .ie. In-fore he hoemne il-sii, i: e, wnli I lent Waul I! her its .ni niiiiir f the (''iri-tinu I Hi"!! He in ie tid ' . t 'mm iiii'-!ieii tin' I'.'llwilistie lllenlni:; . i.l tlie ll.iiilj of the literal llisiilfittiiin of the Setli'ine mnl the then prevallin-,' liw. ahnut tie iiiitlnir-lilp of the hook- of the I'lhle. In his Inter jem-s he ,ie. iiueil the ,mi i iu-iiilis of the orities who applied te n -tnuj of the Itlhliuil 1 k- the ii'"tln.il iiT lili rnrj anil tetu:il ertih i-m whiih hid sn'viil pel plexitis pr.i'i'i'Uls iilinlit tin illl- tl.nr-liip of si'enl'ir work". 'I'l v were ailed "hlclier orities," a tnisli 'nlii j phr.i-e lu'illlise of (s si,e,,. i elnint.ltln'l of seiiiethmu liinre iinpertaiit ill n if real's i It wii- mi relj the hind of , r.tt, i-:n te in, h tile lass of Sh.ikesie;ite hasi hull siili siili jeited in an effort te ti the date of their niai nsitlmi and in settle tin' dispiitnl iin stum of their .'iitthersh.p llr Abbett lllsn iloeepted the t'lenrj nf esniii' "ii in its (:etii'riil ii'itli'ies Tie iimie etlsersiitise hr.'ineh of stlldellls of tile IS.b" lle'lolllieed llllll il- h'l'etn. some Sellis -n l.i i a- te i, ill him an ntle'isi I tn no mi" wlm kinw llr. .hbntt or l,"nd luiii )mi eh sifter !e I :id sitoeei ded lti ei her as pasmi of I1.!- t.ii.m'is I'lstimiith I'liurib ill I'n k'sn ner i uteri inn d the notion tl.it lie siis an il'lielst. e Wils one of the I lest iieitl lell'.'liuis no 11 of his time. II - tlieeties if the nre.'in nf mail mid nf the w.-ij tu whi.-h tl, Ilibb wiis written -ind et the nl esern al '..muter of inanj of the benis mid tmi-ibnf- of the llible did n.t -iftei't I i-tliis.re- nf t 'hri-tiati diitj . The-e win 'oel.nl a-ktine" at him had etilj te hear him pre.n li m admit that whales or hi- iiitel Iiitiin' ''.nnries micht be he wa- at bottom n devout Christian. II!- I.fe wits devoted te pte.-'nlmlne the e-sential- nf I hristt.1llt . Ill i rdi r 'kit he rnialit jinn Imin them mere (Teetiselj, e-traii-f'Tiiied ti. i 'hrlstinti !' ...n. wl.ih liitue Inte his ;.,.s,ssiiin after 'he diti'li nf lioei'her. from ' organ of the Cotisresn Cetisresn tnm.ll ('hureh into an etl.leal wekl lt.- ejllleil I" nppi'll tn spintllillls ' i,i. ll ie-- -..us of nl! v,..;- It .eased te li.. narrow ij iletieminntimia,. and .e it-d -"If t" iln adsmii eineiit ..t all wnrths 'i -, uul te a disotiseii of jinliUe qui -timi- from an etliieal rather thmi a parti -.in point nf stew. It ssns in pur-liit "f this poll, v th-r lie tissei'lated Theodere Himix'I'I' wi"i him a- a prnpiiet nf polltlenl nclremi-ne-s The-e who ill-agreed with I r AlibetI ..ii Ids tl.enlo'iieal viiw- will ii"t d'"is t" I .in pi rits nf tintise nor will 'In" d.-p : the lien.fnelil effei t of III- lilh'T" f'U ''" Itn Itn presetii. nt nf mnnklrd. though i '.as net fn'Viw I. Iiu m the i pinion th ' 'a who denies the brotherhood "f n '- a" mii'h of an iiitnlil a- he who dunes ti. f'il,er f'il,er f'il,er hoed of I ind." THE GREAT DAY AI'TI'.H a leek nt the t." t. g. - seu : i'1 nalie that th i 'r .-speeln 's let part of it v 1 n li !. i,..s,'d the Mi--.'.. ppl has siidibi's I "" politiea'is ,,,ii.i ions. A 1. math 'i'i I ' '.'ti I'is seemed sears ,1W 11) New l' - .'I - Mi In tilt. ...st HI"" il". And t! ere ,- iistmi- tshlng os idem os nf a thud f m "tntiien It. sintli.n" of tb" United -s'.lf- -'.pp'.-ed te . pr'riiianentl) seft'd 'n t' r ...lit i.-.il ss tn s rrephets aren't s, r ..'ks'.re as tier u-ed te he. We are rem'.tnh d tl it 'In war i tint set ever A lnrg- ian nf the ertnrete is sttll looking 'ihmit 'itigr.U' In this .-nunrrs for i-eme etic who tii'iv be n,nil.d for the things done by tl . K.ns-r Tin farmer nren't happ.v NMiher is Inhm centuit 'i'he final xet. in-tend of being .in (pte--sieti of part) fe!lng wlthm ui-us .! -finable line-. in) ni"relv r ll" ' imnl-'ii dislikes. Irri'ii'ii ns and dli-snrisf ,. turn wi'h politician" who liiism't been nb'e tn in Hate Time and linl all b wound- mad" ns the wnr nnd the hurts of ecntiein .t.d -" 'a' dislocations that followed lnev.tiibly as a matter of eeursi FALSE ACCENTS IN HISTORY FllOM tune te time reiup'nlnt Is regis tered In th s region upon t'ie historical monepolv long smee formed an,' sedulously guarded b New Ktightnd chtmi 'its It Is at-serti'd. with some rea-ei that tlie woedh and templed bills" 'X'"I "n in th uneiliclnl "Ainerim" are of tin ' Iinwn Iiiist" varietv exciusivelj . that m luml teit teit teit boeks are well stocked with instruction oeti. eerning I'llgrims and I'untan-i and are Bupertb'ial and carnal in their treatment of enrly des '" ""' Ml'''"" Atlamie States Vesv England, n teurmts can testify, l,(.. comes te a considerable degree a historical tnuseuin, with tablets and monuments and appropriate Inscriptions ideiillfjing virtual!) every i"1"'' "f hallowed ground. If "Midlandcrs" are displeased with the flituatien, the fuult Is largely their own Ne State is fundamentally richer in patriotic iiRbocintienH and links with n heroic ami ple turi'Miue past than Pennsylvania It is pos. nlbly MiHceptlblc of proof that the preper tien of charming old Coleniui buildings in ituielt Rrenler !u Phllnilelpliln than In Uosteu, Ceitiilnlj (!ei maiitew n Is a tremnirj of early (leinesllc nrehileetiire. Itnt this iipnlelice Is by tin mentis) eetillned le (he venerable suburb. I'lirci nicnixerf me morials abound in imin-y sei'llntis of this widespread nietiopetls of I'entisjlviiliin. Visiiet's in l'lilhidelplilii are eeiiipiiriillMdj seldniii eiillvthieiied eetieeriiliiK the diffusion and liiultlplh'ity here of leRltlmiite ebjeets of atitiipiiirimi. patriotic mid historical interest. The Held s nel cesered bj casual Inspection of Independence Mall, Carpenters' Hall and n few of the ceineutli.ual "liens." Ilow mmij stKinger . for e.Mimple, tire te he found eiijeyini; what Mietlld be the nl nl tractiens of .Inlm linrlrmu's hntiM' and the site of the llrsl seieiilihi'iilly lilld-nlll bolillil belillil cal cm den in America 7 It is safe siaccr thai (he niniiber ii siiialf. mid il ma) be cetiliitenl1.v iniiln liiined (Iinl Him li of this neijlei't Is the lesttll of our own indilTereine. If New Knghiiul possessed ( he 11,'irlraiu niaulen that fail would be implanted mi the n ti t let i ti 1 con cen con seiiiiisness. rurllieriiieri'. I lie 'ainells old stiiietiiie wniild be weith ei'liiK and would be lecondltieiii'il iii wa) te attract visitors. The Iniig-illseiissed ipiestleu of resterini; the eindetis and Ihe inlritislcall) llaverfill leslileiiec of the Viitieu's pioneer helmiist has miseii again Cit.x Architect Sinkler has propnieil .i it outline of reclaiiialien lilaiis. the mam points of which were 'sered in a lit ter toad at the annual nieetiiig of th .Inhn ISartrmu Association, rlie program I- w .-M worth) of pitblie atten tion I'liilaili'lphimis liase scant righl te he iiggliiwcd os or iinspj.Heil hisletlc.tl einplinsis while shrines. f which mans another coin cein luuiiit) weiinl he proud, .ire mi tltns of lies led mid inelileriiig tti .hnbby decaj. MR. LAW AND NORMALITY EN(il.ANI) is palpablj tired of the grand milium- in imlities and g isctiiliient, wuirj of mir.'i !e-weiking. surfeited with brilliant .ai.i.l,,v.s. Tbietigb ihe mists f mi crtaintj i In- impular icai tu ir- lllose tlleliieil- li, ti(. pielilielsliip nt leuvi disi ernihli . That this eiiiiiiiea.il , hausii.. uji i,lMt hi .Solid tin genial ileitleii date i- s0i,R.. thing that i.iinmi In ..ite!) pii'dic.ited, but ler the lui'setil l ass,i,.il) luljis te explain Andrew lienar Law. The Sieti h-C.iu.idian statesiuan, elevated estenhi) te , , s ,,f IV.me Minister aiiiMn the pe-u f leader of the I'tiienist or Cetisei-Mitise Tans, e, in the most strik ing iesi..(.s, id, tempi i.inieiital antithesis 'f I i.isid l.lejd (ieergi . Kinging nr pungent .pcei lies u,c i,m seldom fallen Hern . lips of i,,ns. His etise nf the ilr.iiii.'iin I- h.irdlj mere than I'lldlllletltai'). lie Is mill!'!' Uts.sa. Ikiii.iI. tintouiled bs ilie attributes of genius. This s net te il-iis lnui pnlitt.al skill mid authentic ibintiis II,. possesses. tit bin tlic.s an- nt a k'lid ulii.li maj he nd tiiirnl ssilhniit fiar ei In tug blinded' by mi) -l lung resplendent In shui't. Law t .1 li. - tn some degree a liiiti-b cm ptii.u nf iiei'ifialit) , It s un- ue iss.-iij for Atiieiii .in- iii nei strain them se'ses te uniler-iaiiil his appeal m lluglaiul tnihis. H ii the tumble witli tuirmalit) is that pri ing preldeiii- base senn'timc- scant ie--pe t for it. It i sji.,1 ilmt I..iw proposes te si'iuil for "Ktu'1. ml tit'st." te reject epic inisi'iittiii's far , 'i. hi. te .Uniil cosmic cu-terpr.-es ninl tilt- with unisii-i,l problems ami tn iniiliiii' his attciiti'in pnniarilj te tin: hei'i. grniinds i, h inti'iitiiiti- also can be iin.piebended l.s la. ins Aiiicriciiiis, ineitid nig all of the 1 1 H i , i r ei nt Siiricts . it ssill tint, hesMser. be ilutni'diatel) easy for the new IVeinn r te iiiltisate exclusively his domestic g.lldi'll in the bet of possible l'i.itih worlds It i- alrends announced timi the new Iniseruuii 'it will support the tn'- of its prod sser in Itish affnlrs, ac cording full appmsal nf the, Free Stale. It will pnssjhlj In n ssarl t,, maintain some mi' limit) in i'l'i neli pn'ics. The Near K.'stern situ it in itiibls mils for in tien l.ii-iil upon t'e -triictuie rejired lis I.lesd (Ie. tge. This will, of i nurse, msolse i.ir i.ir licip.nieii 'i tin I.au-atine confeienco. which Is tn si.m extent an outgrowth of a, is for w h i h 1.1'nd (merge ssa- seseri'i) cr'i''i.ed and which were among the proxi mate causes "f In- fall The event- int.. nhi ii I .as. '- t ''I'igeil :i-e ile-idedl) mete in. I'lilramiitic thiiii the man him-If It ssill I"' fa-i it atlng te note boss the I 'nli 'I'S.'itisis. expntiPiits of "'llin. te-erse and lesti.nnt. xemplnrs of net nialitj . balm f..r i liiitinii al'.jed te hase I., en long oser eser oser ssreight. Iia nib a -nuatlnn -) feietgn te tin ir poll' iciil t' iiiperanieii' SANTO DOMINGO TIlKItK Is nothing s, atnlnle ,- or ques ques i.etialile about tli i'n.sie, e American esii I'tinn of the 1 1 , "an republic ter ter eors Ssllicll is let ll I .- the re lll SS ll) all !ioe"ti.pllshmcni m i'm-'mi' . sfitesiiinn--h.i and a practical and -,,mid application of iilightened deiii" ri' prn .h s has re- eis'l'i i iilllllltatlsel -ligi I I'Ubl'clt.s . Ahirini-ts and pi. ' 'nl mean-makers cannot contend that '!. I nited States has tini played fairls v' Sante Ilemlngii. I'ni,seiiii ntlj . we' 'i .'i ig uiiii'.'isiint te sue i , thej iire -'' It is a fact, i' s.s.r ih.it American no ne no tiialieii of Sunt,, I' . g.. lin- resulted in a splendid relitibilr itieti ,f tint West In dian lepublie. l.ti'iic: 1 piellciiis have Icen solved or jihn I in the ssav of solutieii. Re pict for law an. order and a right i mil -prehensien of tl' f .n I m out il- of elf. geserniuciit base '" , 'ilcnted I'lildic le.iltli tuliiiinistfr 'Oi ' i- be. n tixed en a tows and sniiud lm-i- Tlie ceiintrs, w ,' 1 it for the World War might en-i's l-i.,- ir.mne th,. pipy of foreign e.xplniiiiti'.ti i. , perl aps esen of isentlllll foreign 1 ' i ' i' ei has been re stored te it- ti'" "' ' '' gnty After a e ; ,. lasting since November, HUH a'.. Jiomnige Is te re gain its indepetidf" -''f i- The State lie. pnrtment has n , . . , , va, untien plans public, nnd Re'ir '", 'al Snnciel S. Held, son. Militnry i.isern.i, I a- issued n proc lamntlen slating ' "this nn which a pro pre visional govern ' - " he established Tlie murines w ' ,.. ; irt t.s seen as the pm pm VIsleuill I'le-ldei i Jin- nitil'nd the executive orders and the lm- f "ie American admin admin istratlen of the iep ,. ,, The record . f 'el,..- would h worth a note of pride. If geed tidings were in the habit of traveling us -v ifily and extensive!) as bad. A dispatch from Wat Wat TlieOeld llrirk f.kn. Ill, mys that ' what is believed te be n geld brick" !n hren f.ni.id under the rot ret ting fleer of an ,, , Im rn "What is he he lievcd'te he"' W'i v tin cauimnV Indu bitably It i" s'r' d Irak, and even mere certiilnly I" '' ' d'-si i ipt inti cm rect if it proves te be n f ike Laura .lean I.ihhev savs Dlr' love Is the center 'of tile universe, tnuj tlmt ,f(. without love is ten iiuiiiitiiriil. Isn't, that dear? gurgles Supermini And I've jut thought of mini her new one te the effect that it ls '"w ,,,!1, makes tin- world go round. Which is perhaps why all the world leven ii lever. ., , "et SjiriiiKsi. Ark . M'yV I'erlmps phssieinu dei lares that the anesthesia, popularly known an twlllglit Hleep induces truth. tell ing. Here we have the paraphernalia of an absolute effective Third Degree without t it,.. i....it..i.... tn .i.... . . fc niiv ui i..-. unnui..) iu lnui iciuuins is (e iiniKe u legal, aiwa; ays supposing Jt s up te Bptclllcalluns, SOME EVERY-DAY TOPICS An Editor Whose Nnmc Never Ap pears Republicans Will Lese CnitKressnten Is There Nerd for n Revision of the Prayer and Hymn Heek? y (JKdlUii; NOX MrCAIN fp'll'-KK is one editor in the State n npc- ciallst wlnise intuit1 never nrpenrs at the hetul of any paper that issues from the press. Ami yet th(! prodiiclleiis or IiIh pen, or typewriter, go te theusnnds of buslliess men. burcaiiM, libraries, professional men and ether editors net alone In Pennsylvania, but ever the entire I'ltited States. The instrument that turn out the white sheets with their wealth of Information, arc net printing presses as we of the newspaper profession knew them. They are niiiltigraph machines, monu ments of the economy mid efficiency of the general ma linger. Its ihe magic of this editor's trnltiint; and experience the dullest statistics are made attractive. lie can threw a glamour of renrmee nreund Ihe shapeless form of potters' chiv or n scenpi'iil of anthracite sifting!, from the Sus quehanna River's bed. His name is Hubert l' (".ernmti. lie is editor of stntistles for the Depart ment of Internal Affairs nt lliirrisburg. Drafted from Ihe IiiteriiritJ.'imi News .Service into that of the Slate. Rebert V. (ienium has succeeded in investing dull tables nf statistics with an interest that has rarely been achieved by journalists of ma ture r age and experience. fTT WAS a very interesting experience. J- The test was perfect. . "We used a loop nerlnl placed en a table in the i until just as you would use a lamp. "The cubic contents of the apparatus, exclusive of the extension of the burn, would, in actual -pace icipiireii, have lilted into n small vails,.. "Seme fellows in Atlanta, (!a., were evi dently expi nmeiillng with a nvv amplilier. "We pnk'd them up just as one of them return hed : " 'We will try another experiment. I will held ii Ssviss watch at a distance of Ihice feet. Nete if )nu can hear it. 1'lease write and tell us the icsitlt as .vett get it.' '"'I Jit as distinctly as though it had been a grmul father's clock in the room, we heard the ticking of that watch in Atlanta, lillll miles away ." It was in this manner thai my colleague, Hours . N'ecly, critic and radio expert, told me about eiH. 0t tlie wendeis of radio transmission. Il i- ti es.li evidence that the world is geared te might) high speed in these hitter Ull.SS. pnMIM.T HAKMIT. Chief of the I.egis----V hiiive Miireau of the Pennsylvania State Chamber of Ciuiimeroe. is in intimate touch with the business heart of the State. i' is just new visiting the various cham bers and getting the consensus ,,f opinion "i the u s n tlie orgiinl.atien as a whole in a legislative way. .Mr. II light tells me, gives it as his opin ion, ami lie Is a trained political observer. Unit the head of the ticket is in no danger of defeat. It's iliiTeient though with the congres sional candidates. The Republican arc nlniest certain te lese in a number of district-, he thinks. Ui particularly cites Luzerne and Lacka wmilin Counties as these that will be num bered among the missing, judging bj pres ent indications. WILLIAM II. HAY. who is secretary of the Peiinsvlvnnlii Real INtate Heard. s0 fm as business pies, imparts the same opti mistic infei inntiiiii. Real estate met. ever the State, he finds, is ere never - active or s() much alive te the possibilities of the future. Hii-iness. tee, in all lines of real estate is ei eptiiuiiiliv encouraging, Mr. I In) Iia- iiigiiuized a number of new branch beards ami has rejuvenated ethers thai for years hud been in a moribund con dition. Ills impressions correspond with these of Mr. Ilniglit as te the congressional situation in l in- Stale. Defeat stares a number of the Republican candidates in the face. It is a situation, he savs. that ewes its existence purely te local conditions. "AI; SI1"1 'I lmv, " rvlien of our ' prayer and hymn books," said a well known Philadelphia!! who returned hist week finiii a business trip te Lurepe. "Then1 are certain prayers utul hymn that icqu're impetiant changes." he added. "I am made mere fulls inuscieiis of il every time I cress in n British ship, where en Sumhivs they have church services con ducted bs one of the ship's officers if there is no clerg; man en beard " Naturally, I asked for specifications, having -at during oiigregatienal services en slnpbeaiil fm- mere times than I can count mi Init 1 1 hands "There loser is u service nt ea en a big liner at ss linh Hy urn .'"() in 'Hymns An cient and Medel ii for I 'se in the Services of the Church' is net sung preceding the buie. diction, " 1 e said. "nii rieiill it7" "i'.tertuil rather strong te save " Whose mm hath hound the restless wave, Wlin hhld'-t the might) ocean deep its own appointed limits keep; (lb In .ir us when we cry te Thee I'er these in peril en the sea " TTl-Ki.'S the point I make: Wh.v single XI out the seamen for t-pccml prayer''" continued the cynic. "Tins ie net in nearly se much danger ns rmlieinl nn n nt mi) singe m nt nilni, I'nhe the total lives le-t III slnpw recks .'ai ind coni ceni f lives lest en eciric ,,f the ii" 'iimpurjsiui and nlii-miis at sea in nnv nn re tin ni with the number the railroads, steam ami r world and vnll'll iitnl there I- In mortality. "The imlreads can put it ,,11 vor the ships in the number of lives lest "Anether thine Pick up )e n newspaper nnv .Monday morning and see the death list of 'motorcar victim! "Sunday in that respect tn the I'nited States is a day of Innnnn Merifiee instead of n dav of Minctitioiitien." he added. "The sailor's occupation is danger free compared with some ether "Wliv must n sailor mid a ship's company he particularly praved for when there is se much danger abroad en laud'' "Wbv net insert a prav.r or a hymn 'Fer th iii peril en Hi" rallrnid, or auto'?" Rut these are in hid'sl in the general iirnvers for nil mankind.' I suggested. "Then why single out f,,r special praver the sailor and the passengers en n ship?" insisted my friend- I gave it up. 1 " nt a theologian. Aiivinvi'i'eiiv j iw ...... - . . !,. .......1,1 think." -aid (lerlriwl. n..ai 'Yeu in.!-i - y , 1'ii'licj, of the physical department Chicago riiiversltj, Bri W01J(J Of have tne n T knew life'" true -igiiinVenre and guess vvlint 'Have a heait meant And refrain from wearing garments thnt te geed tnt-te give offense. "Fer the tfrl ,,,at's n"w "hart-skirted Is the physicnl superior (Jf all In'-" picdeiessi,is, all the girls of ether years ; Fer her mind was never hampered by u complex most inferior And her legs were never hampered " (Here the rabble gives three cheers!) "Hut, nliis! there's indication that her wjs. (lnui new is w iinmg. Hhc will slouch and she will shuffle n n gown tlmt sweeps the street; And rlie'll les the health she new has nnd wjll spend her time complaining" And her Auntie (iertrude Dudley seems te have the (lope inuiplete, CA. i ;:. ; nm ! w r 'In, ' USM LWs '1 N irf . -l.tr.rO'- r-g rs&smamru&zg W VJtVlVVi NOW MY IDEA IS THIS! Daily Talks U illi Thinking Philadclphians en Subjects They Knew Best MRS. EMMA V. tllOMAS-TINDAL On the Development of the Junier Hi,'h Scheel TIIF, main purpose of the Junier High Scheel, iis it has been developed by the Philadelphia educational system, is te save educational less, according te Mrs. Linnia V. Themas-Tindnll, principal of the Helmes Junier High Scheel at I'ifty-fiftli and Chestnut streets. "The heaviest les from (he educational point of view," said Mrs. Themas-Tlndal. "occurs between the elementary grades mid the high school. After the completion of tin- elemental) eeur-e, there were many pupils' every xear who did net want in go en witli their education, and the Junier High Scheel was planned te retain these pupils and thus save the less which otherwise would be Inevitable. In ether words, it bridges the gap between the elementary school and the regular high school, new known as the Senior High Scheel. Age of Pupils Important "The Junier High Scheel Is peculiarly needed because of the age of the pupil, the majority of these in the junior schools being nt that critical peiied when child hood is en tlie verge of manhood nnd woman hood. "The great work of the Junier High Scheel is te study this period of life: te note it characteristics and le transmute what would he waste energy into pevvei. The restless activity should he transformed into purposeful effmt, the irresponsilile gnyety into happiness in work and joyous ntt'ninmeiit. In order te de tills tlie Junier High Scheel must make us,, of every nine pedagogical ngency which will help tlie pupil and make him fed that school is worth while. "These schools must have departmental teaching, promotion by suhjict, differentiated eeuises of study nnd Veeiilimiiil training, but the main idea i the annulment of the American Idcel of equal opportunity te all. I'nh'ss the Junier Higu Scheel realizes the light of the pupil te in own liidisnlual de velopment and effeis opportunity for that development, it has little excu-e for existence. What Kipial Opportunities Mean "Hut eqtinl opportunities in this sense In clude mere than mere scholastic and voca tional opportunities, for individual tastes and aptitudes must be given ploy. This is a difficult task In a school of 1,'tiO pupils, each witli bis own individual tastes mnl abilities, but It Is the work which tin1 Junier High Scheel must pctfuim if It is te be worth while. Te de this, the Helmes Junier High Scheel, the hist In th" city, has Inaugurated the club system, offering nid for scholastic weaknesses through res res res toiaterv, prevention and drill i lubs. "Te de this, nn extra hour lias heen added te the school day. and this time Is devoted te ministerial? the individual needs, tastes mid uptitiidcs of the members of the clubs, The regulation school work is all done before the club work ls taken up. "These taste. and aptitudes timi op portunity for expression in n t-erles of dubs which might be roughly grouped as cultural, nvncatienill (for the worthy use of leisure time), vocational, social, civic, rec reational and ethical. Teachers Assist Ore.itly "Hadi teacher rentrlbul-es of his or her hobby for the benefit of the school. Tlie atmosphere of tlie club life Is tlmt of geed fellowship mnl u spirit purely democratic, uHt.fe pupils (hoeso their own clubs. The teachers act merely as the club sponsors, but no pupil is admitted te the dub which lie or she wishes te join until the pupil hns passed certain tests by the principal. "These tests show lirst that the pupil has (lerinite aims In worthwhile mtivlties clearlv denned, and second, th.it the club xxerk' fills cither n personal need of the iiiinil or n local community need. Its weil: ni st reach beyond the four wnlls of the classroom, nnd inlluence the dally Jlfe of the P"ln this important cres. section of life there in especial need for educatlenul guld guld nnce, nnd olio of tliese club periods is n personal Riiltleni- period,, held sacred te henrt-te-henrt talks between pupil ,,d teacher. TulJ the highest work of tile "I WARN YE!" j . v i i n i , l r- !;, uir. . -zw .rtf t t i i -v v . l l l n ii-iifi i in r m ismr tit l '. . i -. X-" ' nVvU 5JflaTOJfv? teacher: If she reall.cs thnt her greatest work is with the spirit which shapes human seu!. "The teacher should he especially helpful In aiding the pupils in electing their courses or in d sing the club for which they are peciiliuily titled. Her work does net end with the mere placing of the pupils. She slim, Id fellow them up mid s( v if tlu-y have found their special niche. If the) are mis placed, it ls her duty te prevent niisiliiected energy by having n transfer te some ether club uitide, "The central thought is the growth of the children ; nnd since the clubs are elec tive, the pupils should make an intelligent mid wi-e i in, tie. The entrants for the lii-sf semester are given no choice. Three clubs ar,. iissimied te them, these being these paili. iil.irly tittcd te the needs of childhood- the story hour, musical apprecia tion ami the tiavel club, with slides ami niosjiig-pieture films. At the same time these eiitinnts me allowed tn visit ether clubs and see just what is being done bv them, se t hnt Inter, when they are allowed In make iheir own choice, they limy de se iiiielligentl). "Tlie membership of the clubs must vary according te the nature of the work. The aircraft ami tadie clubs naturally cannot be large ones. Te smile of the clubs a slight test is attached. The Knew Phil adelphia Club, the Art Club, which visits the art galleries in tlie city, mid the ( atiiera Club, which does most of its work out-of-doers, all require the payment of carfaie. Ihe Iltindcrnft and Art Needle wink Club member must furnish their own materials, but eiieh child knows before joining the club what tlie conditions are and whether or net he or she can meet them. Werh of tlie Civic Clubs "The civic clubs ,,. elective mnl each pupil Is taught that It i his dutv te accept civic elhcc mid te discharge its duties faith full). Ihreiigh these Itilis are taught two important things: ti,st, the shouldering of personal icspenstbn,,)-. nllll .,., , b eidliuiliiin of self ler i , -operative service. '"I'he school gevernniMit is based as far lis poss,e en that of ,1. city, sce , 0 school I, mter all, only miniature city Wu have ,., the school department of public works, one of public sfet,, ,. 0f s a .' tatieu anil social welfare and each has own chief. The child ethers of hi Ht " hl"""i'7 " '-'Wllty well m ev are accorded a due measure of r sec ti the r fellows. Its laws ,n,. niade 'i and of the student heds. IJl Iur "Iii this we feel that vve rc really en gaged in the work of mklK eUrmH for U is the gievvth th.eugl, actual "ft,' really counts. ""in unit "One of the best of the clubs Is il, . etui. e'i. i ii i s,inis is Hie rjuecess lub. I he children are at the age ,,(,,, lM.1. n.ul this club focuses espe, , "'" these traits which have brought J, ,. ,"1 th" -"".Mug me. of he c ty s t't ? ",' '""try. which the children cn nut.. ".'!'' apply te themselves." ' p'",ll' Counting Stnrs . Forty years age nstioneiners dn,r. mined II,,. position of l()0,em Ktais Ur Finnk Schli'singer, of Yale divers v hi. .tery. thinks the time hJZJeic"Z job should be done n ever nealn , .!e the job wasn't done , eper " ' '' ,hnt by way of a appreciate,. J, Jero- m, " may be something te learn. tllere Perhaps some of theso stiii i shifted. That would lie of l, ,1,, , re ''"IT might even go far te answer , 1, sometimes put by ether thnn ,e. ,ll,lHen "Whither are we .IrlfilnjsV"' nh,n""". When Clinrles y Schvvnb sn,vs, "I'vers mini -1 1 . ' . '"ll r.v Werth 11)1111 wum no is weiui" he suggests n prehl, rather than belvcs one. What Is ,. ,,, worth? Hew near!, does i ' ,pn it, with what he thinks he I vv, rl I m I , his emplever thinks he is worth' Ami de any of these standards ceinpaVu w it, what he is really worth 7 wo",i're with Prohibition ndmlrnls nppenr te have been guilty of u tactlcnl error In pern it ting Jehn Ilarleycern'B fleet te enlist the i I.l of all the navies in the world. eneillll III! I),l ill '"'S'l SHORT CUTS Ceal men nre growing cheerful. Political angels wear pocketsbeoks for wings. If old man Apathy were running for office he'd carry everything before him. The Deve of Pence still hovers ever Ireland and is liable te settle any moment. It Is hnrd te believe thnt prices nr coming down with eggs nt sixty-five cents dozen. Apparently it hasn't occurred te any body te interview Kcmal en the Hritiih situation. PilMidski ls snid te be sure of election In Wnrsajv. Any man witli thnt nnme ought te make a hit ns tlie head of ji "wet" ticket. When one rcuds that n pig runs nmuck in Jersey City nnd knocks n wemtin down, it is of u blind pig that one instinctively thinks. If you'll only keep your troops en th Rhine, sn.vs France te Uncle Snm, we'll set they nre paid. Hut money, of course, Is till least of t'ncle Sam's troubles. New Yerk restaurant keepers are taking out poison-pie insurnnce. Polling them selves out of damage suits, ns it were, by ptomaine strength. New Yerk clubwemen are te vote ea long or short skirts ; nfter which they ssill buy wlint tlie mediste recommends ns being the correct thing. Hollywood mediste nays the length of skirts next summer will be determined by the shnpe of the wearer's legs. That lady Is mi optimist. What De Yeu Knew? QUIZ 1. Who was Hannibal Hamlin? 2. Which l.s the "Llttle State of DH Farms"? , .1 When did William Caxton live a-ntl for wiiul was lie noted? I. Who was the first whle man te 'rY and obtain s clmens of the gerll ftT 5. Niinic three famous battled In American bistety fought en or within a day or tlie Fourth of July, il What Is a vlrelay? . 7. Who wns the second Kins of Unite! Italy'.' S. What Is an Intercalary year? 0. Who established the first telegraph lint In Seuth America? . 10. What was the Inst possession In ,-!1; nental America te he acquired uy tnt United States? Answers te Yesterday's Quiz 1. Georxe I of KtiRland, whose dauKhter. Sephia. Dorethea, mnrrled In Iip Frederick Wllllnm. rievvn Princ. nftuvviinl King of Prussia, wns one the KrnndfiUhcrii of Frederick tne 2. "1 'could lie happy with either were t'ether fair chnrmer away" Is a (I"0'"' tien from a lyric in Jehn days ''? McBcar'H Opera." first preduccJ in 3. New "jersey Is efflclnlly a. State, net Commonwealth. . . ,,,. t. Nostalgia Is homesickness, from tne (it eeli "nostes," return, and aige. The peace conference between the Turk, ihe Uieek.s nnd the Allies Is te he lielj nt Lausanne, In Switzerland, en we The word buncombe l said te be derive! from the remark of n member of con Kress from Huncembe County. .Ne"" I'atellnn, Hint be was "only UIKini for Hiincetnbe." . ., , ., ...n. Asiioclatlen or soccer football Is the tM of the game most playe. In hi ln? In coin rant te the modified Hu"f3 which Is the favorite In the Lnltea StntiH. , ,,, lntt. The I'rlnce of Wales, who was the nil mate of Heau Hrummell, the f.ii new Kngllsh ilmidy. was i the son ' (; 'K III, destined in 1820 te ascend tne tliteiiu of ICnglnnd ns OcerK" '),, The ware In which the KngHsh J re'0.nW' eiigagi'd In North America ngn nst .tne French nnd Indlniw. prier te he con lllct known as the Frtiich ami Imi J nre'.rl-eAV.Ma,'rvarnd The1:imc,,r,vsh.ch vr" United .States Ueedctle Survey ( Is P pnrlnnV map of the world en i tide Pgj Jectleii" The work Is te be cempiew ' In about elKlit years. pain. 10, ' ' kA.V . . A'"Pf f ' ,-..'