"EXECUTED" HIS DEAD BODY
Stem Decree of Justloe Carried Out on
Corpse of Ancient Dalmatian
Dalmatia has mude rapid strides I*
science and literature, the story of her
culture, however, being one of per
sonal achievement rather than public
advancement Zara, Ita largeat city,
for example, had no printing press un
til 1790, while Venetian Dalmatia had
only one public school In the eighteenth
Roger Joseph Boscovltch, one fa
mous son of Dalmatia, was esteemed
by scientists for his work setting forth
a new atomic theory, but more popu
larly known because of the adoption
of his plan for assuring the upright
ness of the dome of St. Peter's at Rome
when a crack was dlsrovered.ln It. He
wrote verse voluminously, but not as
successfully as he wrote his numerous)
Marco Antonio de Domlnls, another
Dalmatian of. public note, mingled the
ology and natural philosophy with
serious consequences to himself. He
aet forth the first correct explanation
of the rainbow, but hla theological
career was less fruitful. As archbishop
of Soalato Ije. pttjicjcei. hi* suner lors
There's a Special Ingersoll
for* Each of These Folks
D ID YOU ever "get fitted" to a watch? We
mean, did you ever 'figure out exactly your
watch needs and then see if you were properly
There are a dozen or more different Ingersolla—
varying in price, varying in purpose—small watches,
jeweled watches, radium dial watches for night use,
and so on For instance, -if you have an expensive
watch, you probably would choose a Radiolite Tor
$3.50. If you haven't a good serviceable watch,
you'd be likely to buy a 7-jewel Reliance. The
dealer will help you to select just the one for you.
Ingersoll" has always meant the lowest-priced,
good timekeeper. Today, with present day coats
and the 1920 purchasing value of a dollar, $2.50 is
the lowest price at which we can make a watch
while keeping up the Ingersoll standard of quality.
"Ingersoll" means "money's worth" whether it's for
the $2.50 Yankee or one of the Radiolites that tell
time in the dark, or for one of the jeweled watches.
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M. Refvem, Manager.
Nea Peroe 938
(b hlli writings, fl«! to England,' re
turn«! to Koine, then did pennuce by
writing a book refuting his heretical
work*. He wa* tried, but died before
the trial ended. The trial went on and
he wes sentenced to be dragged
through the * streets of Rome and
burned publlcfy. |!la body wag re
moved from his coffin and the sentence
SHOWING VALUE OF "FRONT"
Impecunious Author Wise In Expsndl*
turq That Lass Far-SIflhtod
Friend Objected To.
There Is a young author who has ar
rived, and therefore lins ouly, when be
wishes a new suit or u large steak or a
set of automobile tires, to sit down at
Ills typewriter und dash off a few care
less lines, and eager editors do the
. rest. Once upon ' u time, however—
unci, unlike the 'fulry stories, that
doesn't mean long, long ago—this
worthy young man's assets were so
near the vanishing point that his nu
merous creditors became uneasy and
threatened a total discontinuance of
supplie*. Something had to be done,
and that quickly. The author dick
something—he took a famous financier
with whom he happened to be ac
quainted LU lunçji U the most ej
pensive and conspicuous restaurant (n
town. When It waa Over he walked
home for lack of another nickel.
"You are not as bright as you might
be. my boy," be patiently explained to
a protesting friend as be cheerfully
-borrowed a quarter. "Several of my
largest credltbfs always lunch at that
place, and I knew they would recog
nlze the man I was with. Why, that
lunch Is good for at least OU days' ex
tension on ray accounts."
NEARING CULEBRA CUT.
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One of Uncle Sam's hattle-wagonn
going through the Panama Canal. This
was taken near . Culebru Cul
from a Navy seaplane.
The little tug hardly looks, large
enough to chnperon a battleship, does
It? But then the tug Is a part of the
U. S. Navy too. m
Sl7,e Isn't always the most Impor
tant thing. The men of the Navy
have learned that hrntns amount to a
great deal more.
X may not rise to wealth and fame
and hear the millions prftiae my name,
Not many do. But Just the same, I'll
do the best I can. If someone else
excel my work, let in my breast no
That Is no reason 1
should shirk or curse creation'^ plan,
In life's great race where all must run.
we cannot all be number one; but
someone when the race Is done must
he „aft» "also ran." And if the man
who lost can smile and sn-y "I'm beat
en by a mile, hut still I'm glad I made
the trial," he's proved himself a man
—Kansas City Star.
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