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llflw AM Ml Ml« 4 VIM t»nt«ik slaves who fear to &peak for the fallen and the weak.— Hammers I Am "nsucydlrte* remarked to Euripldea. )'i»t before v . At battla of Parthenon. , "Tha human critter la vocally blttar." Mr tMkRr. ha doean't mean It Man cam a up from auvttjrery. I And ha * atill #avage~with hl» tongue (ISI Wiara waa a tlma when nuui attacked any other ha mat. f Ma burled hla spear. T* . Ha hit him* with hla hammer. Ep Why? I Bmhn there waa alwav* a chanco that the other bad aomethlng be wanted. | A »otn-akln. a war-club, a wife. ' . Tha wwy la (at tt waa to put the other maa out tha way > <ha nan haa a presidency. Another man wauta It. Xaataad of the barbed arrow, the barbed tonrua. V Iwtaart ot tha hard club, the hard word. Ifcj J p tßiny thing la. It'* ao ineffective. j War la tha hammer tongue confined ta pollUoa. 1.f,. Tan. too. j Too aaa a play which doejmt ret acraaa I, To* might be Justified In earing. "I think the ..4 4toK waa hardly adequate." , I What you really bite off la "Hotteneat acting I Tm road a book which borea you. ,|f you ought to aay, "I wasn't quite up to i«PsSbat you prohably aay U "T>rtvet and drool? K| Taa pa 7 ten dollara for ahoes. ■ £ Tour comment la, "If 1 had my way. rhewe rot-bera ■hwM ha ahot at •undja." KT Moan It? HI Mot at an. Juat Thucydldea again B "Tha human critter K la vocally blttar." If "Everybody is interested in the 'Back to |PIM Farm' movement," says a contemporary. Ipjrjk«y seem to be—at least, they seem to hare wkst*ir baek to the farm. —Houston Post. Movies and Cities EVh* changes that movlea have wrought la nearly ngy community are among tha unsung wonders of fIM film Industry It takea no old man to remember tha time tha iHtant districts In tcrwaa and even some cltlea went (lad at • p m. and dark after t or 10. Bat today—or rather tonight—the main street of : town Is a white way. a product of tha movie «hlch has revolutionised night life In town as well M IB the larger citlea. Just aa It baa broadened In gMMiwM life and. generally speaking, made It more \ VWth while. ' Vint the lights of the little Gem theatre burst ■PM the gloom of tmalneaa districts after • p m. Mi H waa quickly shaded by the electrtra of the : MJeu a few doors up. while acroaa tha street tha ■Ha opened for bnainsas with a glass canopy In jl tUMt, bordsred with red, white and blue llgbta, and. * • all. an illuminated sign. Wait came a gorgeous new candy and Ire cream and a train of three or four competitors to p <Mer to the night trade. Ha rtaglt Influence baa operated to cause ao many £ glMagea In tba buslneaa and social Ufa of American §L:<— gaanltlea as have motion pktnren during the wjf l# yeara. And. ta general, tba changes bare H Im tar the betUr. The reason an article costs SlO more is *'btemuse the material in it now costs IS more •m( the labor 9 cents more.—Baltimore Sun. \ Good Measure It la to ba hoped tha mayor will spprove the Ikdd bfll without delay. Tha measure, paaaed by Cfce cniii H. |« tba first real atep to curb Japaaeee •HMrion hera. It win positively save tha bog gluvliig Industry to citizens of tha Ignited State*. la addition to this. It la a measure that com ISO da Itself highly from a health viewpoint. It •HI serve as a check against tha *tter filth that tbwactarlze* tha Japanese naachaa. It will also add • Beat ram to tha city's Income -a bit In return for tha coats Involved In municipal collection of gartiage. Too bad white paper pulp can'f be made, mat of presidential timber.—New York World. So far OA prices are concerned, we may as well prepare for a late fall. —Nashville Banner. Today's Best News Picture- Tl\e Seattle Star *T aMr. !•« r~r KMlli I maatHa. |1 U| I n.ntlM. »«.«: It •», t» «h* SIM* •( W.»hln«t.«. Oul.M. *f Ik* aim*. Tlr pot mxilk. Ml* »•* • »«k» —MM |MW r*ar My Miiln, rllr, ll« |« (Hk. Editorial by a Boy "School la out and our mixtion* have atarted. Vacation for ua la Juat inor* work and worry tor n<u. •'Whan w» klrta ar* at at hool ah* know* where wa'ra at Hut when we aren't aha'a worrying all the time what mlarhlef we're making, or what ew'tntnliig hola wa'ra In, or about tha autoa on th* atreet* running over us. "Thera'a no fun In vacation* for ma. "Hhe must get up a* earty In tha morning aa aha doea tha rwt of tha year, and gook and t«ka for ua. only aha r«oka mora and bakno mora hecouae whan we klda ar* home wa aat ao murh mora. "And aha ho mora waahlng to do bantuaa wa (T'l our white thing* dirty an faat. Hut It'a a funny thin* about nut. She never complalna alout tha work aha haa to do for na. but ahe'a alwaya proud about having dona It ao wall. , •"Whan aha goea to a plcnle ar aoma place. ghe takre u* all alone. Ho It'* no picnic for her at all. "Rha alwav* haa to b* running after ua to aaa that wa don't tat loot or hurt and keepa on wurry- In it about ua all tha tlma. "Poor ma"' aaa Poor ma' Tea. toy* Put. rather, glortoti* ma' Who e*cela har tn eelf aacrtfloa. In aalntly patience. In loyal Bervtce, In utter atlflaaannaa? Jler fine virtue* know no vacation. Canada is to hart a rtsident diplomat at Washington. If that means that he is sure to Qui a residence, we hnow several Cana dians uho are willing to be diplomats.—Sas katoon (Canada) Star. Crop Reporters H»irlrui the annual crop reporting battle. -They'll ba poor this year Teo dry. Too wot Not enough labor. I'mr w«il Woo l la a normal yield" . That la the plaint from the growing end Kinnrra ar* |l»fn to peaaimlnm at thli ttma of tba year. Tt»r talk Ukc a football coatli three days before tha big came. On tha other hand— "Cropa are fine Wheat will be ahmit normal; mayt* a trlfla lietter than tha five year a>era*e Corn getting alone, little hot aun'll do It good Cot ton not aa had aa It iookad. Other producta holding their own." There, now, yon hear the other aide, the buying ahle, talking Cotton broker*, rraln dealer*, millers, are Inclined toward optlmlara Just before harvesting tune comes And both aide# are keen crop reporting experts They Investigate. They can tell a)m<wt to tha bushel how large the yield of a field win be. There a only one redeeming feature In thla double edrad campaign of mlnlee.llng crop predictions >j»«-h aide susperts the other la lying anil know* tha raaaon why. Bo they aren't fooled. They merely aplit tha difference between tha estimate of one aide and that of tha other, and usually that'a tha yield of tha crop. , Why net thmr the Turks we can forgive and forget by offering them the mandatory for Mexico f—New York World. "Have a Heart" If you an.*wer the smile of the baby acroaa the aL*l» on the street car— That'll having * heart. If you stop to stoop and stroke the kttt*n that runa up to you on the street That'* having a heart. If you guide 'he Wind man across the crowded corner by the arm— That's having a heart. Tou Will lire—and proaper prohahly—lf you do none of theaa three things. or similar Utile kind neaae* But you won't he living a free and natural life, a life that knowa real love and reel klndneiw The world today la too crowded with the other kind of men—thoee who return the smile of a child with a blank atare or a scowl, thoae wh» would kick the kitten, those who look the other wa> when they nee a blind man In need of assistance. l/et thoae who are of that atrlpe change, and a warm aunahlna of genuine love will flood the world. There can be no wara then, no prejudice, no fights. Pronouncing th*se» towns the Pole* are capturing requires freedom of the. sneeze.— Baltimore Sun. [we'll say [SoJ^T2^_ rAiwiM r»lty hj T%* «t»» P-uMtafclnf Ok, Hwn« Malt IN Today's Hint n«l— Pon> all mil her hunband. • • • Om thing about living a dog'* llfi. -you ran alwaya u; that the wurat la yet to coma. a a a Woman never maka good artists • ■ they can only paint una faoe. . a a Tha "tlargaln Counter" Isn't half a* ha.l a* tha "Itenaln Ohaaar " • a • No, friend*. a hare Hp la no rela 1 lion to a rabbit. • • • ICnglUhman: "Arm you one cl thoae old forty nlnera?" "Yep, I aura bat "Well, I never could understand why they didn't call them fifty and ■ ,'ava It ov»r with" a a a Now that at raw hat* are the vogue tha man want a light, atraw colored blonde on their arm to JlMtrh. ' ' * The overall ault la the m fadl for bathera They claim that they lean awlm easier In them. Hut we t dldo't are any of them trying to i | prove It. a a a Sugar W refhird and even ma laasrs la aloi up. • • a A milkman friend of our* married i a awell looking dame ao ha could have pe«< hra and cream with a 111 He muah Hut he got lemonade without the auiai a a a Thafa the reaaon they rail these pearhea chickens lle«-uii»e they! can't tell what they look like really 1 till they are picked a a a "Won't you noma Into my par | lo«T' aaid the aptder to the fly. -J have *<> m* nice, eweet syrlup ) would Ilk* for you to try." "No." replied the fly. "I don't j care for syrup I've boon (tuck oo fly paper." , e e e Nlra thh( about brarh atinhttm la that we usually get «Ulni>. d be fore we get Inane, an) way e e e I When a guy claana ua. we aay ' he'e dona ua dirt. a a a Profiteering landlord takea a alant; 'at dame a nifty clothes and pipes! | up: "You look goud for about 1190,1 lady " I,ady "I'd f»el aorry for yon If I j ■ had oo my one-plee-e bathing aultri . . . Thla guy tVAnnuntio haa been Flume Ing around quite a epelL I a e a What haa twnm» of tha old j fashioned pound cwke that contained: a pound of butter, a pound of j • near, et*.? a a e Baa by tha paper* that Irving Herlfn. the ractime writer, haa mar 1 rled up with one of the Taimadge gtrla. "On to Ilerlln" may be the name of a film yet, even If !•>* war la over. aa a , Tat a man will worry Mm** If gray cleaning up a million dollar* while all he needa la a dog and a run and a flahlng pole. e e e And now the government fn a abort age in cent a. Th" |a another fact brought out by lha convention—tack of aeaaa Prohibition did away with moat of our scenta. A hundred cents wont make a ! century. You know thay want to put the 'picture of come of theae profiteer* on the ne*t pennlea they de.-ld* to make, because they are raaJ cop pera. They put Aba Unrolc's picture on the penny \p thow that liiers war really one man In history who had aenae. | Tho there la a ahortage In pen nlea. money la atlll rheap. . . a The itaiwtTtb aay they are not gonna aay a thing about prohibition. Hot wait till Ute> are ail tha water there ke at Kri«c*>. By Grove THE SEATTLE STAR PHlSßlillilig j|j A Week's ill ■ "Lay Off" m ■£ Or even n month's enforced § -y. 1 ~ idleness holds no fear for := f-r I = the man who has formed r i- ■ - the habit of Saving while | ~ ~ : earnings are good. *'| r No matter hfjw small the § amount you can lny aside r •• from the Pay Envelope \ - you can = jfl Start Saving Here !p r=x~: where your money is not only fully protected but is : r also profitably employed. \ I | Regular Dividends § - r_- : add to the amount and add X : : to your interest in watching g j » Resources nou> over :r S r^~ r.l'± Four Million Dollars \ Wi PUGET SOUND !§§ gg SAVINGS and LOAN I sp ASSOCIATION " : Where Pike Street Crosses Third rriTE j- * • Tht Largr.it Mutual Sat'tngs and E S Loan Association In tht Z State of Washington S — _ EVERETT TRUE SAVE FIRST THOUSAND AND KEEP IT UP, SAYS BANKER As Raporud try U. C. FOf'.HI A aigh of regret accompanied there words, by James 11. Forgan th* great national banker «f Chi rago I bad aaked Mr. Forgan whether lha opportunltlaa for young i-<*n were aa great today la the banking field aa when he won hi* *pura "Thrr* ara certainly at ha declared, "greater opportunities than ever before atid mere of tl.em for young man entering th* bank ing business. Hanking In I'ils court try Is n>rw In an evolutionary utile The deplorable Kuropean war h»s created th* opportunities. and the federal reaerve ayatem—not yet fully underatood or appreciated- af ford* ua th* mean* of taking ad v«nta«e of them " Mr Forgan early realised the value of inspiring and stirring to rn'huaiaam thoae working for klm. »tii to thla end. he established In 11K>I a generous pension fund for employe* lie Is aa solicitous for th* welfare and advancement of th* youngest office boy who comes un d»r his wing aa for the officer* I Ills advice to yonts meti fc* haa j three sons of his own—l* to equip i themselves for higher and higher DR. H. T. HARVEY li '•rd lw»t*l Kutnin«ri) Dental Surgeon Diagnostician Pyorrhea Specialist i-ittr nrrnnTitCTT in txi»>kt-riu!i !li*h*»« Of<lir of FU-itortMon Work I>on* Ki*niin»iu.n an<i K«tlm«t« Fro*. 50412 EITEL BLDG. • KtUftll (Nil f IKK SKATTI.K —By CONDO IH, M'lw at Koritn' HtfailM i p ninlon»—and »«ve monay. Firing | a Bcol he abw>rbed the eplrlt of thrift with hi* porridge an<J hi* | Shorter Caterhlam. "Ritravagannc." ha declarea. la | Ami rlcm'a national aln. Unmt young people make r.a effort to »*ve; few even of older yrmrt aava ayifmat kjally. My method wua fo atari th« new year by fixing tha a urn J would eave during the year If | rt«Hded to buy a II *OO bund I would pay t»'h»p> IIM In cath. borrow lh« froip the bank. and repay 171 month Thai |7S «*aa the flrat thing I paid on receiving my imlary The remainder had to I*ll tha whola month. 1 H(»ml»r found ,me aola owner of the bond I never apeculaled f can't rend the I Ktock Kx< hanga tape Intelligently | even now " , ▼ CORD TIRES 1 DUILT by skilled,* well-paid, tributes an ever-growing progressive workers — v volume with true merchan- With the most modern equip- dising economy. ment and time- and labor- qpj re b U y ers are therefore prhri saving appliances 4 ledged to buy Vacuum Cup In what is conceded to be one Cord and Fabric Tires and of the most up-to-date rub- "Ton Tested" Tubes at the ber plants in the industry. price of ordinary makes. Marketed under a zone selling See your local Pennsylvania system which efficiently dis- dealer and be convinced. fcdjustment bi«i«-ptr warranty U( »ttach«d to ttcb ctaiaft Vacuum Cup Fabric Tires, 6,000 Miles Vacuum Cup Cord Tires, 9,000 Mile# Channel Tread Cord Tlras, 0,000 Mils* PENNSYLVANIA ■ RUBBER COMPANY, Jeaonette, Pa. "Know them Wthejet BlucfcTfrcadfi Seattle Distributors CANAL TIRE COMPANY. Inc. ' .1001 West lake North "Where Westlake Crosses the Canal" "KNOW US BY OUR METHODS" Food Values of Bread On* of the reasons per*ons cannot live on bread aloft* I* because of the wviira milling process thru which white flour Is put before It be< otrie* bread. The mineral units a/>>l neu tralizing »ut»«tan<-r« found in the hulla and outer coating of th« wheal are eliminated. An eminent dletltliin recently aald that the reason worm* are nHdorn found In high grade white flour l» because the worma cannot find enough varletle« of food In II to live On the other hand, bran and whole wheat flour* have to be watched pretty closely to k< - < p the worm* out. Inatlnct trachea worma where the food la What luck would a person have 11v 1 nir on starch alone? Thnt'e what living on bread alone means, literal' ly, If It la the white, fluffy kind !>r. Harvey Wiley, * tile connect ed wlUi lite government Lritd to re form Uw flour Industry, but It Is doubtful whetlter thla can be don« until mote women know the value of whole wheat and demand belter food 'jualltlea in the flour. The Nemesis of the Farm d The American fanner battle* un ceasingly with the crow, that black Imp at Hatan that aoara In the Irtn ink- blue and moofca him Impudently from the wood bordering on the corn field la the c.row'a Ufe lone enemy. Uucauaa be believe# - and Investigation ahowa he n Sfl per rent corre« t—that the crow la a cornfield robber. And he U. In a way and to an ex tent. The United HUte* blf logical mirrey ha* developed aome Interest- In* facta about the crow, however, tliat abowa that for the SI per cent of corn he eat* he destroys a host of bugs and Inaect* that are crop de atroyera of the worn! kind And mont of the corn Mr. Crow dmtroys, ex cepting in ttte early apnng planting wtt.ion. la that from November to March, after the harveat a'itaoa. and which la merely the waste grain. The biological survey atudled the xtoma'ha of tbouaanda of crow* to diacover tbelr diet. In I.UI atom acha examined. »IS different kind* of food were found It waa estab tahed that the crow la a remarkable destroyer of May bettlea. gruaahop pera. tussock moth*. gypey and motha. cotton worma. army worm*. canker-worm* and > hlnch bus*- all of them crop ene miss. The crow ought not be exiled. ll* ought not be The chance* are be doe* much more good than h-iirrn I'ertwpa at time* Mr. Crow need* to be chastened a bift Hut It la hardly conceivable that he should go the way of the buffalo and the |*a •enter pigeon and the* great auk There la a place In the acheme of Nature tor the crow, elae be wouldn't be here. WEDNMDAT, JVM W. Till'. AUK FOB BKX INftTUOC TION " My boy la 1« year" old and ro '•ently haa asked me any number of question* about *** matters lam not only ptjsrled aa to Juat what replies to make, but whether at thla age it would be advisable to dlsciteg the aubjecf with hlra Thla letler from a father la <n»lta timely. When the boy or girl begins to a*k question* the parent ahould be In a i>o*ltlon to anawer them Intel ligently and satl»fylngly without reference to the age of the child. Inability to do thla will reault In the child seeking hla Information elaewhere, uaually from some ac quaintance or companion. It to real ized now that It la quit* Impossible to prevent the child from getting thl* knowledge. The question I* whether he o riht la to get from aome rraponalble pergoo. or from aome source that may be dengeroua Juat whAt la the proper age at the child for the parent to Impart thl* knowledge cannot be aet down by hard and faat rulea Knvlron ment and the Individual must b* taken into consideration. The public health aervlce haa pr»- pared aome Interesting literature on# thla subject for the benefit of tha parent. Write the "Information Editor." u 4 S Public Health Service. Wash ington, V. C, tor the book. "Tha Parent's Part " Q Will you kindly tell me wheth er the following formula will harm me If 1 take two tablespoons three time* a day? It I* to be taken for the purpose of developing the bust. I am II year* old. Hew much •hould I weigh? Will It harm a friend of mine who haa consump tion " The formula Is: ''alclum Ijwtophoaph... 10 grammeg Fluid Fstract Oalega ...!» pnronw Tincture Fennel 10 gramme* Sirup Simple 400 grameg A. Tou ere not only wasting time but are extremely foolish to take thl* remedy for the purpoee men tioned. Oct nourishing food and plenty of fre»h air, a sufficient amount of work, rest and sleep. This will help you If you axe much under weight. It may be that there lg aome underlying disease and If that la the case by all means have • physician give you a thoro exami nation. If you «rlll send me ywur name and addreaa, I will send yeu a booklet entitled "The Road to Health." which gives a table at average weight. Addreaa Hi forma tion Editor. U. 8. Public Health Service. Washington, D. C. The first five presidents of Ae United Htates ended their terras of service each In the f(th year of hi* age. Bring home aooie of Bohtt'a Luatfc I'.ialry and Hard Rotla.