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lHE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TLWES SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES Morning Evrninc: Sun Jay. THE NEWS-TIMES PRINTING CO. ;ai:i:ii:i, n. sr;M.n:i:s. sr.-:.i-nt. J. M. iSTIII'Ilil.NSUN. ru!.!!!)fr. John iii:m:v zuvki:. luitjr. Member Ur.itcJ Press Associations. Morr.insr K-llll- ri. MrMi:i:i; ass i. i i:i rnrs. TTie Amiuo.j prei j oi'lin.usv uMa 1 tn t! p v.? 'or re puNM Htl n . f all r.. .!ii- !, r i t -! t. Ii r n'.t tl-T-! rr-.Ilf in tM paper, ml tu 1 l 'e fcereln. TMj ,l(,f n i i I to '";r .-tfterri n i;ip,T. Ali tisltt cf rrpul.li. .iti ii i f n; .-. ial diiriMe L' r la are re- rJ Lj the iub:ii'T!i tf !-..t!i -.liU'.n. mud; why shouldn't nun get their trousers up? There oul'l b cleinline.-s anl fr-elcm (vn more than tlb women have trained. I t the holder boys go as fa r as they like, jn pjto of the tearful protests of male citizens with t.ow-lf an-! spindling calve?. nniu:: Horr.e Phone 11." l. 110 V. Cdfix Ar. 15- PI. one -T 0 Call at tl. 'ff: e or t-ri?.re aj,-,v p.imb?M nk f rtr department r. .) nr-.J IM itori . :. ,h rtbss:. i.'ir-ii!.iti n or A'TfMintititr -r "-.! i,t 10!-." If jour mi::,- is la tt" t-I-pl''ta d!rtry. I. Ill Will liia!!...! rift.r lr,....r ii.M. i:T-).t in.ittea- tton to luj&-,?, i,a,i -s-' uf ,.n. io. r d-'dv-rr .f p.p-r. '''! ti-.Vp!:r n h'ri-r, t.. f,, l, ,,j rf ,,;.., rnu. tit with v.l.kl yea ! art !iillntf. The .xx --rtnif-i 1 1 I rt ti tr-ink liiie, all off uio reipoud to Huna PVta ll.'l :m I b'U -10. flnjfl Copy. scn.l.ir. (V . I c! I verr. tr earr'ar In oütfj A JUST FRENCH CLAIM. IY.mr r i. to lw making one tT itorial claim v. hiii cofjMifTs v.itli th irinciiie of "Mflf-iJt tormina- tifu tf p o;i!'S." and which nevtrtholr s. the peace con- f n r.rv m iy all .v. ?t is the nnncx.-itlon of the Saar vail. y. ulvnir th'- northern boundary of Lorraine nrrl fi!- r:i !o:dr of L'jxcinburp, where the popula tion is rno-tly flermnn. Th- ar i involvr! is so small a to lo nhnost ncslii hl- -. j.t for the fac t that it contains a rich deposit 'of c.ji! It whs tlio um of thin coal in conjunction with the iron from the neuhhorini; I!riy-Lonvy basin stolon from Franc1 that save Germany such excellent facilities for competing with French industry and man ufacturint? war materials to u a-rain.-t I'rance. It ifl l'i'l anil MU!:awnk i. j er -.? !n ?.n o. er l.V j tt.o natural inoush that th-- French should want It. b- k. .Morniriff Mnd Kvninf i: i:ti-n-. liall.v ire lwünff Suu.ljy, f'm,1 I"r ":lr lr' ad:it:'-i-. i.:.Urf-d at tli- S 'Uta In,l IotoffIf us w,t l t !.,., ,r..iil. ADERTIS!Nt; KATTS: .Uk t;. xj J r 1 1 . n sr ip.nrtmrnt. ww ?n -x,,r'r,MT ,: -j'f-rit .tiv: c m;. i.;i:i:nzkn & m i vi ' lf!l Av.. w York Cttr. and Adr. IMdr.. cr.i' nyo. riif N- 1 ii. . vu.i-,tt to k-n Itr adrcrtU'.ns joirirnns fn-- fr-.m f m ti .1, ? lüi-.rfjx'i.vntAtwn. Any prp-n ofrraji.Jf-d t!,:..u-a 5. .t i;:.- of uuv :i.lvTtlMmc nt In tM paper whl 1 -nf. r a favor nj t.'i.- jiujii is? tnr.t by rl'rtlns the ts ornpiet Jr. MARCH , 1919. PEACE AVIATION ASSURED. Tbc chief thine wiii.-i; .h,. k-. privat, and cwniinei ciai Us- of the aiipiaiiC ii. tiiis ceintry m-cmis to be th." lack of fcuitai.ie 1 . i r 1 1 i : i j, lares. .Statcsincn alroad arc tiaxclinjj; to .umJ from important meetings through tb.e i ir, and the practice ye. nis t o c oiuraoiiplace that ir c i c itcs S' at c ly an;- coniuictit. Th: lack ot landing plans lu d l.ot continue hindrance to the d clopnu nt of peace-time tlyir.i; lu-re. In -Masa :!ri''ttK a fc-n'iiji of veteran aviators bacJ; from the Uur recently appeared 1-efore the leislati". ( olillillttr-i nn rn iil -in.! f..a,l. ....a .1 .1.. of a law providini; for th;- creation of ja-'t y. ich needed .tation. They pointed oat the fa t that when all the nun are back there will be several hundred airplane pilots in the state, a cons.k-rable lumber of whom will no doubt be interested in the further development of aviation. In Washington a move lias already been made hi this direction. The Northwest Aircraft Co. has bad a jdf links near Spokane. The company intends to maintain a landintr place for airplanes, with free parkins privi lege for passenger, mail or express plains. Perhaps the most businesslike e if ort to promote ora lf.frcial aviation is that made by the I'nited Aircraft i.iiKiiiHTjni; 1,0. wnicn has alivaily luircliased 40 plain s from the Canadian Kovorninent. This company also owns aviation lipids rej.air depots and general C'luiptnent sutlieient for tlie operation of" a passenger and freight line between Toronto and Hamilton, Ont. Tliis shoul! all be cheering news to the civilian who has been a little disappointed by the delay in establish ing aerial mail service in certain parts of the country. The future usefulness and development of the airplan are really a.-sured. It is only i matter of time ami ad justing n t. causf of the similar industrial ami military advantage it would five th rn. France his a letter arm.no nt. howewr, than that of mere desirability. It is well Pnown how the Germans seized, held during the war, and finally ruined as. far as they could, the principal French coil 1 1 i i t s around Lens. Production in the Len field cannot l. resumed for years, and n:'ny of tlie mines have been penm ncntly destroyed. I'rance will a.-k for the Sar.r basin in comp .natlon for Lcn?. And what American or I'riton or Italian will obj-'t'.' llowexer. I'rance should be abb- to wait until th Loa'i" of Nations has tim ' to settle it. upon her. The Melting Pot COME! TAKfc POrLüCK WITH CS 'Indiana Senators Are Listed Against League of Nations When littlo Vclva Baker cut off her hair to become a movinff picture star, she made a serious tnUUkj. The hair of some of the present "movie" .stars 1 their prrcateft at traction. Of course, this does not apply to all "movie" actors and actresses, it does apply to a groat many of them, and anyway, little Velva. would have done better not to have cut her hair. Some say that woman's crowninp glory is her hair, and probably little Vilva wo4ld ha e found this out if she had not be:n found by Patrolman Walter Uador Thv ptace tonfererice s-'ms to have adoi'b d t'I in enceau's conception of the "balance of power." with all the honest nations in th. world weitrhin'.r down one nd ft th- !.-ilanc" and Germany dam;!imr neck from the other end. l.V Probably Mayor Carson and the members of the city administration have come to the conclusion that homes are more needed by the citi zens of a community than a coliseum. Hence, the reason for the adminis tration dropping its plans to build a coliseum at once. Judsre Gilmer said that he never heard of bottles evaporating before. Anything can happen at the South Demi police headquarters Judse. Gilmer will learn after a while. Fvcii if March did come in like a J lion, it did not keep up its ronr very ! Iotr. Now. we will bee, in to bet on . now it win ;;o out. iikc a lion or UKe a lamb. Kven though lull Armstrong says he is mighty glad to jret I aek to S-.uth r.end. he says the old town has ; changed some. II It is said that communities now "wet" are to be eomfartcd after July 1 bv the installation of '"automat burg N not like Guv Paree. says this with a dry srnih Pill's kind. motion pu ture theat-rs l'Cer check in ti:e slot and sei 7i n engulfing a tub o' .-. nb,'.' Will thiiy citizen drop a! .A pt"'''''- -s!ve party without Teddy p,H sident has declared he desir By John Carson. WASHINGTON. Mar. 2 The ex- pected reaction in the senate as rc- SJ.rdlns' the proposal of Prcs't Wil son that a league of nations shall be created, has begun to assert it self on the republican side of thoi cnamoer. ine violent and bitter republican opposition to the league which manifested itself in all the early statements of republicans has begun to simmer down now into ob- i jections to the constitution as pro posed for the league. The policy is the familiar one of trimming sail. Tlie cause for the reaction i that the word from home has begun to reach the senators. Not onlv the ordinary voter is demanding that) the senators voice the vote of the I j'vojoc in me suiicm out ine repub lican leaders, recognizing that a crave mistake was being made when the league pjf stion was considered as a partisan question, have begun to uie that the republican senators take' care. It is known that some of the re publican leaders from Indiana have been insisting that the republicans begin to consider the league upon its merits and demerits and with in the last few days little has been heard from Sen. New, one of the j tirst to issue a statement in opposi- j tion to the league program. j Wants People to rmlcr.tanl. j There now Is a little possibility that the league will be considered j from any angle that will permit a vote at this session. It had be n ; And P.:M the intt ntion f some of the friends , ('tie O. of the rirevw'lfc.nt to fnro i of approval of the league and of con fidence in the president but the es no GEORGE WYMAN & CO. Come anil Sec C-. saws the old i mm of a bibulous citi- ! l1 .V" SnV Uk I.Ia?,llt vote. Immediately the rept.b : out that ther lamou dia'ogist. r. p. a. Vh" labor uni"n which protested the de)x,rt ition of j Now, we wouldn't have said -nliei. rroiicnU" for-'tt that .Miicient s-nin;.' --lie t'.iM,'lin- that about Hamlet. an1 i not with me is avrairst me, not with me s attereth abroad." and lie t!i,:i gather. .tii c. .7. r. Anybody noubl think, from the way tlie German talk, that, they had written the fourt en points then; f 1 es. it's about time for some philanthropist to rai. cry, "Pensions for saloonkeepers!" th n Other Editors Than Ours i r J ! (ieorir's Cherry Tree. The cherry tree, forever g"een. Now e, ts ntte;ni(n forn' the press For g r rations it pris bten A fa)rite. :js all con f ".. "Tis soiiicwli.it early, you infer. For chorrv trees to blos-em now Tboti-.'.li sap has not I.eun to stir. The in!; s'arts running; anxhow. PROEIT LOST IN SMOKE. Municipalities or industries could' make money by aooiiMung smoKe according to . Kice, secretary -f the American .Society of Mechanical Fngineirs. He tays: "Prevnt eimiin-efing knowledge shows tlij-t , smoke is only particles of coal made up ot carbon, and that it can tie abated successfully and will piy for it -elf in by-products, one hun dred thousand tcms of fertilizer goes up iti smoke from the industries of the country every ear. Incidentally th re is a good deal of wear and tear on clothini; in i om munitb s where the smoke nuis.ine" :till thrixis in all its va!'ful blackness. Sunlight is shut out, injuring ve,-itation. The atmosphere is polluted with harmful effect on the health of peop'.e in the vicinity. Hou.-es and buildings look shabby ami dingy all th- time even when paint is frequently ap plied, and whole ncig!iloi hood.-, are rendered tifily r.nd dismal by th- unchecked outpouring of smol'O from fa toiis. railroads, buildings and homes. To change all this letting in sunshine and puro up the appearance of the toxvn with A Jurtl.;n. Tlo groundhog :roi his shodoxv And forthwith runs away. lie bvrrows in th meadow To make another slay. air, br ight ning :u ."ial i leardines.- Tlli: lll'AMTY. (New York World.) Tin president's instinct was a happy one. With his tirst xvonh; to the country on his return he waxed axvay the bogie Europe that senatorial eloquence had conjured up in the shape of crowned heads and despots darkly plotting to entrap and exploit the Fnited States in a foreign-made League cf Nations. In place of these Machiavellian monarchs of the im agination the president presents to the people of the ! Fnited States the reassuring, moving reality of th-" peoples of Europe calling across the Atlantic "as com rades to comrades" in confidence that the day has come when a new world can be "constructed upon a new basis and foundation of justice ar.d right." "When I speak of the nations of the world, 1 do not speak of the governments of the world," the presiderl declares. "I speak of the peoples who constitute th-"4 nations of the world." "The men who are in conference in Paris, realize as keenly as any American can realise that they are not the masters of their people: that they are the servants of their people and that the spirit of their people has awakened to a new purpose and a new conception of their power to realize that purpose, and that no man dar" get home from that conference and report anything Jess noble than was expected of it." The gnat purpose of the toiling millions and tens of'ures millions xvho have made the s.acrinces and borne in, burdens of the greatest of wars is peace. Peace as permanent as the common consent and cooperation of civilized peoples can make it. No ruler, no representative can betray that purpose. No senate can belie it. What the president says of the proud position into The groundhog doxvrxvard bobbin' Kicks up a lot of lust. Put here's an early robin. Now which am I to trust? True. 'They talk about the fifth wheel to a w.i-'nii as being superfluous." "WellV" "Many automobiles carry ere. hoxvever." she Was Interested. "Wife, this ougdit to interest yon. They ate about to nominate a mayor in Chicago." '"Well?" "And a lady candidate her hat into the ring." "How was it trimmed V" .leans seized upon this ; s evidence jof a fear upon the part of the presi jdtnt to submit the question at this jtinie but it is known that t he presi dent desires that every viewpoint on J th league be given to the people before any decision was made. P.ut St is a fact that if a vote 1.1 1 4.1. ..a. ; .i 4. i ouni iir i iKi-n ai in:s ume, mere would be little hope oi: the demo cratic side for any support from Sens. Xer and Watson. In all pre liminary polls made of the senate, both New and Watson were polled as being against. New and Watson must voice the approval or disap proval! of the people of Indiana as to the league and there i.-? consider able belief here that if a referen dum was taken in Indiana tomoroxv, the president would gam the ma jority of the votes and opponents of the league would be defeated. It is very possible--that the senators have not heard sulliciently from the state and that if advised they would change their viewpoint. Sen. Lewis insists that if r vote could be taken now, there would be a clear majority for the' presi dent. He counts on losing six dem ocratic votes and obtaining six re publican votes but there is a disag reement with him as to the stand taken by Sens. Lafolette. Cummings, Norris. Kenyon, Kellogg and Mc Cuniber, thv sx republicans upon whom he has counted. The demo cratic side with the exception of Sens- Heed, Vat daman Mid Hard ; wick, personal opponents of the Tn McCall Patterns for March arc on Ssle 1st Floor. March McGall Magazines also here. For the Miss From Six to Sixteen Years New Smocks Middies and Dresses A mot cmnplcu srrinr; show ing of new Uob Evans a;ui Anchor lranJ Musics Snmcks lor the little rjrl as well a he; sister, ar oUer For the Miss 6 to 14 years. Plain Middies, col.rvJ Muldie-. MiuMv Mouses with ilannel collars, MLWv Skirts and dree. Fcr the Junior and Miss. Every sUleof Middy and NiK ek hand embroidered Smocks. Also embroidered Smocks of Japan ese crepe. For the Miss 6 to 16 years. New gingham dresses of plaid o; check design or plain. Middy Blouses $2, $2.50 and $3.00 Dresses $3, $3.95, $5 and $6.75 March Sale of Rugs, Carpets, Draperies NOW IN PROGRESS To choose during this sale means not only selection from over 1,200 room size rugs and a complete line ot draperies, hut we feel confident that one cannot duplicate the prices quoted, either in South Bend or even the larger city stores. RUGS CARPETS DRAPRIES 3RD FLOOR ! which the Fnited States has come as "the trusted of all inereaing the health of the pooula - J nations, with the responsibility of proving that this has ast president, ami Thomas and Myers, j xvho have announced tluir opposi tion to the league, is a unit in sup- J port of the president. Itight There. i The chief thought in this eonnec "Words are inadequate to express j tion is that the people of Indiana my love for you." . can keep watch ' upon the efforts "Ves?" of their senators here and by keep- "Hoxvevtr, I have $ 1 CM.mqi." jing thin informed as to the semi- "HnoUgh said.' tbclared the girl. 'ment in the state, can force them 'You may be shy on words. AI-Jto vote the majority wi-di of the j gernon. but you are all riKht on hg- state. i . He Tells the Truth. "Hubby, I seem to smell liquor on your breath. I hope you haven't been drinking." "No, my dear, but I'll tell you the truth. I did eat a rum omelet." tiori w.eibl be enough blessing to make smok ted lo tion worth while, if only citizens ha ' energy to tackle the proposition. Fait there are still further benefit of a more material nature accruing from the ab;-t"m-nt ot thU nuisance. Prope r combustion reduces the an'mur.t of smoke and conserves coal. Smoke reducticn .lo yields various by-products which, authorities assure us. will fully pay the neces-.iry expense of the nro cess. It is a plain, com mon-' !ise business proposition. :,r.y way jnu look at i?, and some day no truly en I.;htened community will permit this pul lie n.n;.inc and great waste of resources. TROUSERS OR BREECHES. The question cf par.U is bn-ught up again, fcrcibtv and pertinently, in a magu.me- article by Irxin Cobb. He rrsti to remark that s"vral miiis ui young men haxe been we tt ing kr: hi . dies for si-me time now, and found th-m " t;a mely .-at'-iacu ry that they xsiii Hot go lack to leug trousers cit.is.d d.:i the front it hont proti '.. Max I- -o' It happ- u-- that the xoung nu n her .O:ou:s ittörning frotu th c-iiitonments and batlh-u-ids have Leer donning tlie aforesaid tnus.-rs xvith the sir.i" do cility as f jiui1, anu h.e ex .a en., d to take genuine j", confidence is not misplaced;" what he says of the duty no xv devolving upon America to do the bigger things it declared its determination to do when it entered the war ought to refresh courage and strengthen resolve. Nevertheless preliminary to fuller, mre detailed dis cussion of the proposed covenant of a League of Na tions, the strongest effect of the president's speech at F.oston should be the sane reminder that behind that covenant is not the devious policies of courts, kings or jextn diplomats, but the honest, earnest demand of I war-worn p opb-s that all the lighting and the suffering jof the last four years shall not leave the peace of the world as insecure as it was before. Peoples are making this peace. Peoples have greater poxver at this moment than ever before In the history of tlie world o r tho-e who speak and act in their name. It is puny statesmanship that still sees no further than the old manoeuvring of autocrats and inner cir cles, the obi dark and devious diplomacy, the old dan ger and distrust. d lix ed phenomenon., soblier-x w h. u tk y It ;s once . xviil I satisfactmn in tlum, r a.- sibly a deceptive and sh ut quite possible th.'U all thee ret their bearings again, ai.d legin to f-, 1 at horn. remember the oor.iforts of km of sartorial fre dorn. Vacationists haxe often felt that fee' that waV. Heys dori their i'.rst J ng trousers n cuuse they like thr m. but Li c a u. thy make tlie box s ? 1 gicxn-up- Tiat is merily n ii.att-;r cf co:: nt ioi:. di:nii .n ix;is kk;ht to itnish chitic. (The I alitor and Ihiblbdior, New York.) 1) riving tlie right of a judge to punish criticism of himself, as a contempt of the court oven which he pre sides and again upholding the freed m of the press to emmend or condemn judicial action xvith reference to a proccedini: not pending and preiotidy dispose J of. tlie Indiana supreme court has reversed the deci- ana. in the indirect conti Popt case of Judge Thomas Slrktly Iliidno-.. "Flubdub says these lady barbers know their business." "Fluridate." "He went in for a flirtation and came out xvith a shave, a shampoo, a haircut and a singe." The Actress. She started on a farewell tour. The tickets didn't sell. Fold facts are stubborn, to be sure. She lidn't fare so well. Fligible To Her Friend. "You'd better marry me. men are scarce." "I suppose I could offer that as an ! found. Will H. Hays, republican nation al chairman, makes a trip into the south and consults with tho repub lican chairman. "Mere mention of his trip is made in the newspapers. Neither from Hayes nor from any of the other conferees Ik.s come a statement of tlie suojec-ts discussed at these meetings and it is in the subjects that the chi"f interest is expressed here. The history of the last few years and espcially that period just prior to the IHK, election, xviil re late of tlie marvelous movement of negroes from the southern tstates into the doubtful states of th north. Indiana experienced some of that history and it xviil be recalled that more than ä.uuO negroes enter- et inuiana aim toi jM'sneu.- m ; factories where places eoubl bei Others did not work, in; ' ' L -'I ygß fvC . "v- .. explanation.' ively. said the girl rethe some manner they were enabled to j maintain themselves at least until J tim elections were held. It is this question that many lab orers in the "doubtful" states xxould in like Mr. Hays to answed: "Did jou discuss methods of transporting ne- Xo Compliment. "I try to be fair and open-mind "Go ahead and shoot it." j groes into thee states and if so, "Put I must confess to n slight how are they going to be organized nrebudice against the man who i this time ami induced to inv reads a newspaper during my act.' Pat that io pu-s- j i ,i0tt a-'ain-t .John Henry Zuvcr, editor of The South land News-Turns. Mr. Zuvor was found guilty by Jvnlge Mott, sdttiu--j as judge in a case which he had himself instituted.' 'and was fined $100 and costs, with a jail sentence ad denda, pending payim-nt. Mr. Zuver appealed and suc ceed, d in having the judgment of the court below set aside. pasta and lcl the urge way. (bdfers often ... I o' i-v- holding cf the supreme court "that the publication of ex n though it may have been Inaccurate or m a bt en proinptcti ry improper r might i-onstitute an unjustbi- int of interest to the newspaper world Is the It ru . Si i , ;if; I -fs V Se gr! r- .-tra-Tmg . i ! a!!v atrti-d th ,1'ilel. t b . t x ; s.a. ii i" the tiii--rs are !- Oi a m. h xx . a'i artus fab." and may luix maliciou i.iutixis: abi not C!-e t a pn o "ling pendin.c in the urt at the time."' .Me inx!ii!e. liui-r. bt txan April 21. Ul and IV!.. i 1 . 1 1 Ps the bn.- f the supr n.e curt decimnM rjecte,l for Ta feet." Fditor 7. ! r. thruch The Np-.wTim" took hp? j . .Jumuv Moil to t tie !o::'. anu it the .!- Hon ! I-4t. lrd .iM'kv Mott uxm the race for ie-fitrv- poets are born, but the editors nik :;u of the conduct of the court, would i mount to t -irttempt when not maoe xvith refer- Ways of ;irls. "Girls are queer. Now that girl won't go out in a canoe with me." "You must have upset her." "No, it's just because she got her r.ofp a trifle sunburned one day xvhen I had her out." "There tions when the cook ate with the family." "You're risrht. Ours won't conde scend to do that." there is an over- ippb a d- ! j! of i t where labor V X ilrifr ULUt I HU'-T-nuil 'L Mit- terest. The south will m-ed all the labor it can nnd and it is the com mon belief that most of the negroes j will return to their 'homes when j they are released from the army. If i they desire to go to other T t tes. the j (south cannot object. Put xvitn ine Tlie Ohl Days j demand for farm production and were few, r class distinc-J t he opportunities In the south to till the wants of the world, there will be a need for all available ne gro labor. Is Mr. Hays organizing or preparing to organize the negroes into a state of rebellion, to enkindle the flames or r.fre prejudice and urse the ne;roes on to ass-iult upon the people wish whom they have lived for years. All foods are flavored to make them palatable. All smoking tobaccos are treated with some flavoring for the same reason. But there is a big difference in the Quality and kind of tobacco flavorings. Tuxedo, the finest of properly aged buriey tobacco, uses the purest, most wholesome and delicious of all flavorings choc olate! That is why "Four Afose Knows" Tuxedo from all other tobaccos by its delicious pure fragrance. Try This Test: Rub a little Tuxedo briskly in the palm-of your hand to bring out its full aroma. Then smell it deep its delicious, pure fragrance will convince you. Try this test with any other tobacco and we will let Tuxedo stand or fall on your judgment. "Your Rose Knows" V ,xVr j': GUARANTEED T0 SATl5 OP YOUR MO'.EV G-c V ...... -2 ' " 4 1 i ah it ;. "Is the war really over? "I think so. Anyway. lt" time to retire that story about the slacker who had all his teeth puüel and 1 ! ! e i V i mar-." : Ia Ttuit An foiie, "T was lookinj: over a t le of old rnairazines ttay with a -i i- "Why the gulp?" "At the numL'cr cf par. rx- a.b-" 1 I n ii The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cisarette T IVVVAV tmmM The k ! i Women he Lteu gcu.i.g tl; i U Up tier.. I v h otc of th ticoule. discourur lot of them.