IKey are openly condemning thV
lynching of Johnson.
The special grand jury impan
eled by Criminafudge J. Frank
Maynard has begun its investiga
tion of the lynching. Between 50
and 75 arrests are expected be
Feeling is at a high pitch and
a bloody race war or the lynching
of officials may come at any time.
SMASHES AIR RECORDS
Jules Vedrines, master of the'
air, smashed all previous Mordon
Bennett speed records at Clearing
' The great French airman com
pleted the 124.8 mile race in 1
hour, 10 minutes, 56.85 seconds.
His average speed was 105J4
miles an hour. At times he was
going 120 miles an hour.
Maurice Prevost was to be the
next man to take the air. Pre
vost put off his jace until late be
cause of the dangerous condition
of the air. The blazing sun had
caused many air-pockets.
Prevost is really the only com
petitor for the cup against Ve
drines. From the American
standpoint, the race is a fizzle.
The defender, which-was talked
of so much, was withdrawn yes
terday, and AmericaVas left with
no machine that could reach 50
miles an hour to compete against
the French wizards.
Anxious Passenger -Do you
have many wrecks on this line?
" Conductor (assuringly) Oh,
no; "you're the first one I've seen
for some time.
OUR ARTIST SAYS: "
A nnrtfait of a mother-in-law
should always be a SPEAKING
A vouner actress should be.
.painted in oil, while an older one
will show up better it done m
If the oortrait of a pugilist i?
very STRIKING it will surely
make a HIT.
A Prnhihifinnist's nortralt?
should be painted in WAT'ER
colors. t t
A Bull Mooser should get into,
an ACTION. picture. '
A vaudeville-star should always
And the end man should al
ways be done in CHARCOAL. &
An OIL painting looks good tp
Penrose, but he likes the PEN'
AND INK sketch down in the
right hand side of a check better.
Any woman's portrait alwayV
FLATTERS her when her ene
my glimpses at it, but it doesn"
LIU JrlliK JuaiiLC- wnen nert
best feller gets an eyeiuu ot t.
a new shower ;;.
A "sweet and sour" shower is;
useful to give a bride-to-be. EacH1
guest brings two jars filled witpf
something good to eat. One, for
instance,- may contain strawberry;
jam and the other mixed pickles.
Each jar bears the name of the,
donor and a sentiment to suit ttiet
occasion, which may be read'
aloud. The jars will not be lab--,
eled otherwise, so the ttewlyweds
always have a. surprise as long as
there is one df the "sweet .or sour'
, jarso onen.
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