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IFili", MardhW's Job,
pt, hi bob, it nk eserin -" ew to, ano Etare wers wN be'ast boo the a ~. "Iit efter. are slow to a # e aMp'Is sepeuisdty an oidn. They do ihteesse mw things: the quar NO k ith its salutng=, Its big hes dansing parties In for Waters, wm not be Om. uP there are the dipbuilder mater plate makers, with .eebs1l gem "'argumenMG " to the .ind of the battleship Sailliams lost. . Desby, Sestcry of the , stele, sno andient old frnwthings Will not allow quarter fges to make him or V as ridlazlous as the man e,bought a new hansom cah, that the automobe A me r really practical. arding, however. is smally resmonsible. Itis lmems and so one else's to this country is protec tb isi *d below the water. U aid itg. If war comes, 1i it or lose it. It may Moe. He should be ready. 13m -t the ablest en in the -ies. Brig. Gen. William Mitch. 1, aistant chief of the air ied, we" be I An Swar . 4 100,000,000 dollars' werth of Zps. Pre-Mm Hardieg Js advised to -look over Goeerl Mitehell's article, "Amer ia the Air," in the National A~ebiamaaMc againe for March. Smmeefery Weeks, in organizing th rvm ehas maade am very a dcag, but that is only the. It ay be added ter never saw or Genral Mitehell. His ?Ww maan= him known to every 47 that follows th news mes is fresh horre. TWO --admen Uve found ly. .4hey inject into tf - t berp of the dead bldy a aid 'eest discovery and ihte' rasesa to Wovet -hsema le*k The a4 a lt bla wiN, "1 at y body In- the be lose bhvimn an avine and ether, ses, hmd.etc.,. .ee .e.the twith e invention ts as UMak wipes out all of an 1e0~g1 speceln of animal a drives as on slowly to do s Olay of'eighty tells a reach a , u spent sixtyears n * rstion and will now begin vs," True as anything ever . gor these that live half 5atyyou have learned whiat euhwhile. You have con -ed the worst tares of fool , mg. You have reached a bal ed period In life, knowing di from evil, what Is worth, e, what Is wotlm.Sixty eurned res an ean take a qeaf It, wiu ut diseraee or ses. Te mnor woman pf ,' is lIk, a ship that has del the headland reorhed oth water, and heads for the isps.Beautiful land' bl , te a a are strong, envy Is weak; It he happy age. th~tjianwho lived 001 afte~r hsdco eS Sto dIe erly, meld: "had a ~ ?tokwhat * ag beuiuly, a en enseehai. a eim Shaw sy: '1 ,th aeula a e cr' of the seand eshham at eoe e e~itie. euliett maoestrous pre U's wsld th t t th e emoway iselay antro adfgtn 1~.with modns une sever heard - ~ - a m. 7 - W NUN= 12AM WASMONTONP NOIIAY I.f"NI Arbuc FRST AI' EASURE STAND OF LAWYERS Physioan Who First Trtsd Miss Rappe to Be Star Wit. ness for Stat, by ELLIB N. MARTIN, - SAN FRANCIS(Q., Sept 26, This pro-me= to be a day ef sur prises fn the Arbudde ease. The fourth day of the prNminary hearing of Roa. ("Ntp) Al bkle, charged the murder of Virginia Rappe ib bq ushered fa with the testimeey @9 ,r. Aather Dssadelee, Ne Is-swuEt the h'I day site dem a hMag iii Deattbiaeestae 9lf.* . ar-t tw. wee. be, e . ted as -ames and mfally ratureed too late to teetify bvste the grand Jlry or the ecer~s ury. The State e . aetertnee his teetimony vital. Tbe Slate, it Is &d. depends upon him to shatter the thory held by the defense that MW Rappe died from natural causes or "s a result of treat meant accorded her during her ilnesse. Dr. Beaardule.. &0doriag oted trict attorney's oSed r Ilness as coming from an internal injury. - Then the defense promised a oura Pris from Semnacher. The manager of the dead motion picture actress was dismiseed on Saturday and pre pared to depart for his home, when the defense discovered, it was report. ed today, that among the things he had "forgotten" while on the stand Friday and Saturday were points vital to Arbuckle's case. Semmeher to be Becaled. For the purpose of bringing out this testimony they plan to have him to called. They have not indicated what they expect to bring out from him to day. although the report was eumaet that they believ Benacher "knew more than he has told." Despite the importance attached to the teetimony of Dr. Beardslee was a doe cur oty as to what de" ache has forgotten to teDL Suodiemma" Is eIpe te t turn to *a W a I So! Is sa of A'iCd'II~eh.S te that what Asrbeeo dl esanoeed eid pracstied by mase the days af anciemt Interest entured today chiefly in anbeDelmont, who with th death of Miss Rappe, aseumed the role at "avenger." Asener to Vase Arbeckie. As prosecuting witneee, the State depends upon Mrs. Delbnont, to clinch Its case. Ihe was the firat to aconse Arbudkle. She has given,. the mogt damnaging taeetenym attered against him at both the oroner's Inquest and before the grand Jury. She has revealed in fulleet 'detail the events of the hilarome party on Labor Day afterne. And she has sworn to leave no stone untussted "to avenge the sweet timm 4n al rolht abe thes a with ering fire of c-e.sem..nan. While the defense aenet deninitely indioa ted its reaaports have been'ear pueaigto mteet aie emn' story with an attack upon her oradi. "I am ready be them," sm getely today as mre to en the stand. "Let themnose them question me; re taeR the truth." Intimate i Sby Pierre ( kle to Tries to Slay Pilsudski WARSAW, Sept. 8-' Ais attempt to ----aa-mto Marshal Pilsudahi, Prod.. dent of the repubWs of Poland, failed toda wbsa a Ukidalalm stude-- named Fedae fired fer Ow at the chief Mpecutive wu he was -n-ling an inspee. ties at 1.me-g. . The Pres8demt's ewe paulan, M. Grahewski, frmr m.1=l-t-- ef fin ans, was. wom1 y the bube inteded PreeMeat 13. sudsk. GrabewalM Is w chief of the Lem.erg dh. The youth who fired the Ahe9 was selsed by sa crowd sat lymehe. ovaties to ; uat An effrt made by pollee ". Save from the fur of the MAb, bUt the aaew of tbe dtia g was W a JOBLESS MEE "I Will Camp on White House Door UntIl Prenfters Are Ex. posed," Says "Mr. Zero." Urban LedouX, the "Mr. Eero" who eonducted autiouns of uneiploy in 110". came to Wa of to ann hemounced Intention OfMit n othe White oustps" untl Krs wetHadng publishes the lis 0t "1" per cent profiteers" Of the 01 ae ome to Washington to a pW t: the Presient to publish the names of those who proffted to the c exten of me than 1o Per ent dur the , that they may ,' ame fttyflft with the unemuployed, whot hawe not prefted at a. am that this 0 Per cnt shall he used under Momiumpit ojpervisoo for wor ws wasrucivv wetoea sld Ladeu .e To EeMor Per ooed. "I wil it on the deerstep of the White rause, oa er mote. I will re. the ilent teshold and " f pubota t this cr "w~wmus verypeameaIO moth.I ad t"a I ea find at haod or oanelv* hI mOrd to assure Soo publiation.I Will &smatn here a year K esary and will not leave util that it Is pubbin-ed. 0 T regad uleis tlist te sa he uemoymotslh --ltaeg"wl .uide.e Tmyof fort to mae ahbiaton ad acopihfco will attnd th conforec thn s unepoetasa WoieHoer aas haoong a hm the luue~t prsn dayote n eili id, uor 1 ehv o Defez: TREA S I SHOW GIRLI FAILS AS "Al Wrong" 9*y 0e0ag9v Halor of "tey of Reconoill 11auEwtmwawra ft bsed :p left, tedr a repmr pubMhed In New York to th Wed that Ae tremM= of thdr past. Iv ubw-strI' daughter. Othel, bad =ded Ina reinuiason between Mr. and Mrs. maier ater eight peArs esaraden Td Vafer Uwes. .t" vAted her f.thr he last reek and - was Amown to have at. ipted to bring bet mother and &ther together once mre. Upon her 'turn to the meropo" tIern was mublimbed the report that "the various Itte oortacIo n which 3th.1 Mal or. m r Foled girl, has partis ated with her mother bar a fnal, aded In a reooneilliation between Mrs. dallor and he husban a Washing an detective. Acordig to EtheL whe gained oulerable Publicity whe er othr had er arresta, r beng Orriflbl. the 'Ior addPOhe Mther a" father hav Wat up, and kow the Halor family. bag And bate ge, are going to WaitInee tody o live together Again. "In the Wer action auainst her iter Mrs. Nlr charged that h liked the and bright tgt oourt odeherhes and away 6. her Mg iepanons. The coi W ase ]is methe3 requeet. The resultant mblIcity reached Mr. bllc in Wats ngton and he came to New York. As Lresult things hare been paloed UP * the Haler housebol awl the family *to mkove to Washington." MU Wrong. an W~remg. But the story In all wrong, all wrong, wcording to Policeman Nanoer. I"Where dp- they dot that stuff."- he * rd Alt * * NG FOI URY TI CLARKEIS MISSINGIN KLAN ROW 80" Guft ' Ordsr. Woman Assoelat Brands Hin as Yeliow. Xis D~s~Ga . ee aTh sardaili haXi"n h agr Tywasranfor his a t a fr f rhe btmlm au~ ~~vb .. lbseeath doaws Of he pM hr trC.auh and hamschef a imbli atatalnlt eomdma~his for having his pos1t, drie s Ids o DIm m MINI Col. W. I m.ns, Imperisal Wimad, has to t the ity singe InLY ad no oticial at the XKn will my dolinitely where be In. me In ."a Ith to be In Washladon and Is ezpicted back In AUSSVS today tomorrow. ar's e unknown to MohTlersad It has bIrn tim. to leate him sin e la n afterneom Shortly bilgs minitht SMaurey esIes of a e wee bue.t to eash of the Atishta newsaper on a w by a mmrng.. it was an eminse. ter from Kiosee Clarke to Impeilal Winard Simons demading 4.) Cnrkes resigation by aciept Ckk gave as hMs predominant reason that be wished to protect M Tyler Pm further attack on her personal chaacter. if* mai his redslgation wuld remove her also, an she Was nmrly his assistant In the propagation 'deimtment of the or der, his "chief of staff." as he called It. -The contrast between (brke and SlmmIn pem~tither to ternuate It on , Dty-four houanV notice. Clerki~mv cemmiersi eat off 'MW %"w wasiod me thus In do Oaths as wiak4md. Sms s id Ie ndosd or remain a4 her ma evem thmumh be isietIOd Mhe * *. ** * tged "Ice T o *a RBIDS DRAW! AID UNEMP $10,000 Given Away! -n.. M..i .Lg WaWan -a- Draw Down Soft "Jack" Ditributd by The Wiahngton Tiun. and Voice Their Eatiom. Three more Washingtonians mshed in on their good lack t day when The Washington 'Mhs handed over long green them for holding lucky numbers In the $10,000 distribution which thi minaugurated yesterda. Niss HMei e 2911 nvenWaorthwest, was "As the he T mind the sh ;sh e to r ed : 3 o ' b Times said it i-weth in eash to her. WuhI Kilr01a of 1N K st dayt Thie .e- so rules, r*W norhwak was sen OfIe git c- t e lis W Ritmam w hatsoeV yorn D-SUS at the Lseiw 2hemAjr e"g~ the aiployea of, The Saturday sight and read fa 7e1. sr U' Thme ad their role daysWa~g~a imesti~ 1.-tives ane barred fro the distribu dar's Washinste Thoe 1 1st l emn-o eIt s possible for youto titled him toa he so 1, one day and cow ato ceinomerim me no6 day r .d cot anether esi o te rala.hum r ame other sum. Put "Well, Y"u eould have knedOU~~LIGA YfOU meovrwiha fPather whoa my hav an d~tw rawV wife told me I had getten twme t 0-11- *am" of mone. of that $1.OO si Chaems No lt ftn Chooses. Cheshire, of EM N street north- -You wi not om the saght weas h a nbsifd a icty I never difmd it would be worth -ahiland ask for~om In ato me beause I Aaven tada maay Instances nmrilot hbe bit of good luck up to this tim. Aft.- to ask cr a PrelftoWMSmu,-be er we got home from the theater t O erks behind the cestar my wife read the la"hyaumbers in will he ater-, tco-operate wit wh atai torwt all ada hold at cimatanetthi seOptS. pper. m thatee w anP im MOCW VE REmE1T I D ut Qi b redistributed at een of the PUg dote to cmt, no ito an- guysa ee omte dn -ly." ster Ia W Dml e. n. d. LDeash of Ni L strse- chol ash _ Tae northlest was the 11rstirecpubltf h nothOnno the sma of part of this easy me.Het-beus calling for was of kal, but celved free gif coupen X-80,000 at also a&oplt list of the 3lee the Implre Theater and awoke to where Fre iftpWh dis find ta it was werth $6 to him. tte& Reod = d he-sute At Plggly WVIggly. ' to go to the stores or theaters amd Free Gift Cu~sswill bele ask for Free Gift Coun. away All daysWUF-et each Of A1FAK the isricti~i GroerySoy suQ MM r holding tNhe VIO rture" NG ON LOYED WORK ONLY SURE STEP TO RELIEF, BE HOLIS %Hmlm" 201010000 hwir of"M asml* - -, Iw tAssell" swmeW P"MM6 IFI-f Throush unmpli th e met serious -rse that entreet the united itatu today, It mest not e romeed by any muhed "wlIh seks ither yeftalon or toni fron the pubic treasury," Presidmnt Hard ing declared today when he opened the satinal -ieIle mt oe ma hero Bt a fiin d ' ol tat "ete a mrbtm as, the Presidea "ua Pe.i Depma as WMwks oreg meltent, and pltially there ought to be wk tor everybody In the Uski tedltes Who chooses to workot the Pre ft Paid. sae= fr ondmtion at hom eMAl our e In the woid depond o. weVe hoi n r o the0 co ad m = th Pet ea,* ftn d Mttuwn people." *If we ta today we ia tand w tomorrew." the President a oTher, has bepo ,uneeymt hedge, and will be ai. TeewMl be doeen HIM afe5nldm ~s surely as th tides ebb and Cow, but we ght sidtete. we cas sorten duration. we rcan commnit all AmerAc- to rolst It. of gur counc, thee ocome a renedy which all America tehedpfelr M a ply today, It may be eiptully fploy 4 some tme again when outalla com Gtibus awe note "it lt to ma106fy, you are not asked to solve the wioocentoverd problems of our ocial system." Ae , Is "Iromtedably sound."