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And duel delay It , . , :-It you happen to know ot any poor children Rock Island who. figlit'le disappointed at Ctiristillas just inform,The Argus Santa Claus "rhe youngsters twill then be as illitedAot a happy Christmas. ' , ' , . , The Argus Santa Claus committee coatracts each pear to provide gifts andsgoodies tor every , prior child in Rock Island that would not Otherwise be taken cpre of at Christmas time. - You furnish the funds. and The Argus commit tee does the test I 1-ð , - i IF.. , If you have tears to shed now is the, tbne . to shed them. John Looney and Herbert D. 11 . Blakemore art --suing ' The Argun for libel. I 1.00nOy was publisher of the 'blackmailing Rock iI 'Island News and Blakemore rwas his reporter. i ' lloough said. , , 11 ' 4 ! " Now that Acting Chief William Il. leitssim :I ,-. mons has been relieved of the embarrassment ! . of possible reinstatement of .-Thomas Cox it's , bead of the police departmental ought teas !: te,- port hle authority to the fullestseitent ln prov '' ! till to the citizens of Rock Island' that be is in !:, flail chief of police and not the agency through 1, 1Whicit some political disappointments at the 4 .,fetty'' hall are - seeking tO punish personii who 11 -7! might not have agred -with Brit, past policies. 1,...... . hil, Visit the Reck liked baldness district theme I; I OVIllins. Your merchants ihave never shown ,1 '1- greater enterprise in their ?efforts to attract 11 ' your interest. See what your home merchant 1. Ma tO offer before deciding.that you can't till ,,f ' your needs right here in Bock-Wand. II sinmn 1 I John Looney, publisher ()Mho defunct Rock i, Island News. and his under cover reporter. 4 Herbert D. Blakemore, have filed nits aggro 'gating $100,000 against l'he Argus. But...they have failed to furnish a list of their grievances. 't, la tho meantime l'he &gaols worried almost i Itocrimtbese thesepointtwoto mdiustract cmtiaolnignpecivebaur thd me interrndiberl! it feted personages are to 0 charge , against 'rho 1 . ' 1 41glu. , - I. , ' , , , i - i ' L, If you have' tears to shed now is the. time 1 z -4411tnimmons is bead At his department He 0 Illaie 101 hare to take orders front anybo4. 1 '-, ., 4.,- ,,t... I SNUBBED AT CHICAGO. , i , i A m. Clemeneean was warned that when be 1 ' went to Chicago, be wouM be in touch with 41 7whit, for his cause, Might be the 'enemy , ;- country: Ms reception by Burgomaster Bill , I Thompson bears out that warning. Chicago's ' I - official welcome iies as cold as tbe "Inds that 1 romp in from Lake Michigan. , , ', ,, Apparently this was a pre-planned coldness. thleago's police swooped down on the old ) ' Frenchman as though about to arreat instead of protect and honor him. This old Father of Victory." We of the few acknowledged !great , men in the world, was, kept waiting ott the I Mar's pleasure for Ire MinUtes in the chill '1 winds that blew in across Bold Mich." I , , .: .;, He was hurried into the Municipal building, SI though under police restraint, and brought i 'before Mayor William Rale Thompson who, . blind in pocket throughout the brief introduc . . ' 1 lion and stay, greetad a former prenkier ot 1 prance as nonchalantly al be might an un i, reloome delegation trom the south side. , :;, There was no word of official, personal or other rekome. Cle enceau bad no more than ., gone until the Ito r" announced be 1 ' 'would reply to all alien "propagandists and Simmoned 2,100 ot his grecinct Worker, to hit i meeting.. While Chicago listened -to the 1 Frenchman, the henchmen of Thompson iroakt listen to the mayor. The annb was complete sad cold. entire was a touch ot contempt about it . , , - a i .., ' b ., ' ; :A VISITOR FROM NEW TOR& . - . :,..i Prom the west comes a boy of 15 looldag for trork la New York. It ts more than a job , that be wants. He seeks. so ths diplomas: glen put It. "opportunity for advairemont." HO has beard that New Yerk la tho Nolo to grow wealthy at a rapid ratny- After duly dem sating ten days to tho portadt of riches tho young job haunt Is eared He kr a sdarltI so ."0 Nothing very 'remarkable about-this. It is . ' a fairly common story. It could be doplicated thousands of times hi any great capital,. TN ,I big dry Is seen ag a big morbidly. , The , 4 dances of moms aro theft multipliedns ,IllokablYsalso are Um chances of radar. Ta ,1 Metropolis le a magnet for Ote ambitinua ... , t The distinctive feature of the present oils is ettply that the 1,weig man cams trots Herta . I' Eight or Opt tyous ago', Detroit itsdf de-, , . leloped a powerful siagnellim. ? He who ' , Otioght of nagrating la march ef a Soh It food - -- a-- ---,------- - , - 'Jo :1,-4 cre; 4-",c03, At 1 611 Cm to Co st,:t (2 Mis sor..ti 1pol:se Oz.& Ccot C.4 4goot Car teatCles-Se lemeet osp 1010121111 on tisk gitta2. Tonto mos it4MittS,V111 oat iiscs 014110.1116 goltdi rose tZ:311Afi ;2 , - CAI lona rya 'Ptak Ai bound Ili iptgalstion. listamms .1M0 oat Me alembec de Onned Maisel sail ills 6111111 dnaillok Values ilhatassporil Sonia sons Mit,Illore town mot enough !Moran Prices ot go advanced. A street tallier when get hod log tom -,,Anadigasee became gaintalir 1 osistustdamelk And Os tillian' et labor !. vented the realisation ot the increising wages that the Anima had hopea tor. The law ot MOW ancrtiosoall. pelmet a hit, tarty. mime into play. - Detroit instill a busy tier. Its islustihms 1 repart,an undiminished Simased ter tido pre- 1 dada. It is a prospoross; a tidying hew the largest automata manateetariall city . the world. But it is mat so mash et aa ohnemega,, Wean as ft tame was. 'The Niel that ore et Its own sons picks New York and not Detroit as the place to seek wealth an4 advancement is, symptomatic.., New 'fork time ot cities snorts a permaneat attraction upon. the ambitions ot boys everywhere. - , , PLATING ON telttl2.- Over the grave et Dr. DavM T. Samoa. or sidak soldier, athlete, who MI trying te urn a French comrade en the battlefield, college mates have erected a monument wide& bears this simple Inscription: "He played fest years ea the scrub. never quit." , , If one paillasses even rudimentary. knOwl edge Ta 'college football te must Imow the great qualities required et one who plays en the scrub for four years and never quit With no hope of personal glory. TIM no chance to pose on the front line. with no publicity and no glamor, be plugged along. working Iba a team thnt merely helped, by contrast. to die-, close the 'glory of the regubm. , , Yet, ff there were no scrub. hew would the tversity get its practice? low would It kern to face its opponents, ff it never faced a strong scrub? And how shall there be a scrub, wt . less eleven. men are trilling to be, utiknewn, obscure heroes? - There are a bunch !,),f us playing on the scrub. Mosteof u never will get into the big mite. Fate or emnething else decrees that we remain in the squad that gives the "big team" its reit training, and makes'it quick and effi cient and masterful. Fame will never trumpet the nettles of inost otAts. But the fact there is no renown la it does not signify that the men on the scrub are useless or insignificant The real progress of the world is made by these plugger who day in day out dismiss hopes for fami. and get down to the disagree able task and hard work of the greater good for the greater number., ' BRE.AKING THROUGH. ' The British Royal Academy is one of the - Just when we gat ourselves comfoilably en-' sconled in the belief that the days of real ed ition Solid (and stolid) of Ibitish institutiiins. venture are gone foreveralong comes a story Slow, painftlly slow to change any of its lion from Hongkong of a 20th century woman who I ored customs. The fortress, many would have has turned pirate. For sheer excitement and us think, of British art. Many have luiocked dare-deviltry the story. outrivals, the wildesti at fts door in vain, male and female; the to ilet. otitis species for tbe last 150 iears, since adventures of Capt. Kidd apd puts. the pirates i the day' of Angelica Rantmlin, have bruised of Lundy to Shame. . - The dispatch does not give us the ladrs ' their knuckles repeatedly in rapping for en trance. But even the R. A. couldn't stand out name, but we are told that she travelled in the against the tide Which is overwhelming the first cabin aboard the. British steamier Sul An, males of this day aad generation. With wo- bound from Macao to Hongkong. , When but men sitting in parlhunent, practicing at the a few miles from pert, ws ate told, the wo bar, holding high glues in the medical pro.. man's accomplices, said to number 65 of the fession,' preaching from British pulpits and passengers and crew,(proceeded, at the point of eligible for' degrees hi most of the great Eng- tuns, to strip the paesengers and ship alike of everything of value. - . - ' , . Irak universitieS, it had to be only a question ot-time until the poor old Academicians hotted ' With a deliberation as uncanny as ever to the inevitable. Annie L. Swynnerton hu Robert Louis Stevenson dreamed of, the wo the honor of winking throigh the barrier. man is said to have directed every motement of her band of pirates and to have , divided , 'rhose who have followed the course of the R. among them the contents of a safe which was i A. hi the last few deCades will take off their hate to the sculptress, ta the hummer, et the broken open, amounting to se4ral thouspd I street, it was some job, breaking through. douars 'what ore perfect story of piracy ' , ' could be told to satistY the most metriculous I Immo Tit gbITORI'AL VIEW; Every once in a while somebody spezke casualle of an editorial utterance in such a way that the editoi.knows each articles aro being tea Sometime' itn objection le voiced; some times approbation: sometimes a diffegonce of opinion. But the main thing. the thing that in terests. Is Olt the whims' of editorialawhich are the opixdons 'of a newspaper on affairs of the dal IA the nation and in the 'world are bi hit Scrutinised with care and diligence-- If the public desires to improve the "manly of the edi lariat attieles appearing in newsmen and magazines ft must read them carefully. ap praise them thoughtfully and challenge them courageously it it disagrees: They belong in S very baportaat Sense to the people. - Tut REPRESSED SARDINE. Irks ot a mnnad sardine must be znt Itasatiatattory and 0611 baba's& To be tord bly jesimd up against other sardines tor long periods ot time mast be trying in the oatmeal& Came keelWV te alloyable Most be trol,. eater? lad we most be tree to exercise our owl selective powers as to whom we sball be lolled MI : - Cmilidei the elect ot awl close confine illest ea the ego Urge ot the sardine. The satoreetilkibitioti INA Mlle sad et ht terithus etelpieses. bauble the petchologiell elate et al ettraetive reline eseello vibe (tees Air Ing for motion from her father who is thn en gineer of a submarine express train. Me effect of ,the repression of her urges upon her must' be frightful. , Her unsatisfied. craving for self-expression, through displa ment, might'devigaP nu acute Pala 111 bec cau dal dn. No doubt there are even sadder cases than this. The enforced passivity must grad ually break down the self-confidence and sg-, gressiveness of the average sardine. Perhaps this accounts for the surpitsing softnest of their backbones. - A lowly editorial writer' interest in the sardine and his passionate sym pafhy with it in its cruel destiny were aroused this morning in the Street car. Hanna jammed , in between several garlic-loving' people whose.1 dorsals finsperhaps we should say elbows., raised considerable havoc witklis costal prol ceases. 1 A CAPTAIN KIDD IN PEMCOAM. - Just when we get ourselves comfotiably en sconled in the belief that the days of real ad venture are gone foreveralong comes a story from Hongkong of a 20th century woman who has turned pirate. For sheer excitement and dare-deviltry the story. outrivals, the wildesti adventures of Capt. Kidd aud puts the pirates i of Ltmdy to shame. - The dispatch does not give us the lad" name, but we are told that she travelled in the first cabin aboard the British steamer Sul An, bound from Macao to Hongkong. , When but a few miles from pert, we ate told, the wo man's accomplices, said to number 65 of the passengers snd crew,(proceeded, at the point of guns, to strip the Passengers and ship alike of everything of value. - - With a deliberation as uncanny as ever Robert Louis Stevenson dreamed of. the wo man is said to have directed every motement lover of sea stories? Here it is served up in , WE ALL F ALL ' nder, bolder fashion then even Kipling or Olaf Jansen, just over from Sweden, meets Ralph Bergengren have given us.. Who shalt a smooth talker wbosells him a street car for now say that' the days of adventurous bocce $100. When Olaf tries to take charge of the neering are over? , car, which the smooth talker promised would make hbn rick quickly, be begins learning that ----- WOOD AS A FUEL in this free country nothing is really free ex- ' With coal short, wood is coining batk a att eept the sir. Maybe you mile at the ancient important fuel. With the demand developed, bunko game worked on Olaf. If the truth however, the price in most communities in were known and recognised most of us are stantly rises to the coal level. This will help dilly victims of swindles, on a smaller scale, you' in buying: What counts is actual, heat within thnlaw but equally preposterous. The British thermal units. A pound (of dry wood proof is bt our pocketbooks. , gives 7,000 to 0,000 heat alibi, pound Of coal WOOD AS A FUEL. With coal short, wood is coining batk a important fuel With the demand developed, howeter, the price in most communities in stantly rises to the coal level. This will help you' in buying: What counts is actual, heat-- British thermal units. A pound (of dry wood gives 7,000 to 11,000 heat salts, i Pound Of coal 12,000 to 15,00. To know how muck teat you're really getting. you'll bate tö toe stelae and pendl. , RIGHT THINKING WIN& t An efficiency expert. Boyce Fisher, is con yertedIe the Cons method ot auto-mggestion. Cote claims health will improve if the patient keeps .telling himself Ao. Fisher thinks- the idea would work in budness. It would. Pros-1 verity coulee When the MaJOrity ot people are thinking. 'Tali by day, and in every Way, times are getthig bette'r and ,bet&er.r That's what therre thinklag soot - Whoa they think tides are getthag bad, times do get bad. 'Nothing myeteriose or supernatural about itt hes PeoPle !Owl ProsPeritL th-ey begin buying. That create' prOdperity giving everybody lobs. Willa they upset-bard times. they stop buyingand the ithattle ob butilless stop. - STICKING tO OUR LAST. Joseph Conrail She play, , 'keret Agent," ho prodaaal la Loadoi. drama tee. frau his hovel of Anareldet - The play is 'ot failure and She maseters irithdrel, it As a Movelist, Ceara hi the -equal et apt the tallia-sPoltkit lantana: lie tea outside hia teldoad tails. Shoemaker. stiek tM your telt Whet you liad your add. din to it - reit 41). hooking agouti eses Mott daddrillo pertdellerel "Mote that cal slag, they want 'to doge Shit hes they dame,. to enrols benolf motionla daadag tor i they moat to idlor.'t ,Eddlo rat thrato wanted betels& dams 'be bad bdirlta.d ler Wad- tf. pal Reath& ' ' , the Daily Short Story mrg Ref cam- 1 , , for eases 1 41111BOBP . habitue broirn.-; "Don't you itnow ist grad- By Mary Lellse Cerialer. any better than to strike a horse on the earsr...t,, and ag- (6opyright, 1922, by' Wheeler...Sri- b I , sna perhaps , dicate, Inc.) I "Mind your own us twos. P grown i horse, will itr. e blest of 8.1 Through almost a quarter of a! century Merrimac Mills had ped the man, purpling. ' "It's my "Makes Bet a bit of difference" writer' accustomed to the sight of "Speck" 1 Speck interrupted his sentence to ate sym- i and his fat grey mare. It was sel- tinspect the mare. A low whistle o aroused dom indeed that one was seen with- !escaped hie lips. It was Labor! 1 ed .014 the other. la the days when 1 But not the same Labor be bad f the horse was nimbler of hoot and! parted with in the stable that night le whose, zealous for toil Speck had chris- almost a year ag0.- Shabby, un elbotra, tened her "Labor." And Labor she kempt. so thin that her ribs pro dal pro remained. In spite of beiging sides; traded like barrel Mares, the old and an increasing tendency to 1 horse was hardly redognitable. . fire the paee of a snail. But Speck was certain that be At 8 o'clock in the morning did not mistake the expression in .-- . .. ' -' Speck would start on his round of !in; ma---rei-e-yes-- when he calle e the town in his 'oMcial capacity of . name. It wet a flabh of sheer Joy ash collector.. At kelt past 4 In , shining through the Painlage and the afternoon his familiar bine 1 pfty Mingled in Speck's M d. And, cart would be rumbling along Mai I i at luck an inopportuue' moment river road on its way to tho arknant -- --- - ------1 the owner of Labor raised his whip lot, which served as a repository' again. In a second it was knocked lOr the day's collection. It was , from his hand and he baited him during the course of one of these i self eprawling in the;lirt of the late afternoon trips that Speck at- I River road. - ' . tracted the attention of Mrs. Hera- "I'll have the law On you!" he tio Littlefield. president of the I screamed. Speck smiled grimly as Town Improvement society, and he began to loosen the traces that provided her witk another of her held Labor in the shafts of the !big ideatt." - man's heavy tam teani. "1 should think the town would "I guess the law , have sOme get sick of looking at Speck and i thing to. say about eruelty to gni that dnaPtdeted ash cart," she oh-imals," he rejoined d1713r. Not INS Served disdainfully to Horatio Lit-lious to pay a Stiff fine, are you. CY tiedeld. "And as for that fat, lair rus? No, I thought not. Well, you marewell, lust look at her. l', Dis- I let me have Laboi at a fair price graceful! What Merrimac Mills and I won't prefer any charges. needs is a treble' N. That's right. Cyrusalwa3rs act "No doubt about it, my dearl sensible. - rzt be.around to see yea agreed the amiable Horatio Little- te the moreinges noon es rve had a little talk with the board of st eel& "But you cool teach an old! dog new tricks, Laura. Speck would I lectmen. Good night!" be absolutely lost without Labor." At halt past 4 in the attention "Nonsense!" snalteed Ills Wife. of a day two Months later, Speck's "Alt president, I shall put the mat ter before the Town Improvement 1 mons familiar blue cart was rumbling the River road on its way to "lot." Besides 'the driver. It society,and as chairman of the i the board of selectmen, you are expect ed to do your duty." Horatio did his duty. As for the hoard, they thought it unwise to oppose Merrimac Mills' heaviest taxpayer. And in thie course a big, ,shining red truck was present ed to the utterly bewildered Speck. "But I never drove one of them consafned things, in my life," he protestet "BesideS, what is to be cOme of Laborr "You can learn to drive," replied kirk. Horatio Littlefield majestical ly. "The town Will sell the horse, ot course." of course' . , "Sevil Labor!" exclainied Speck., The thought aroused bins and he launched into a good I litter pro test. But the boardand Mrs...firt ratio Littledeld were adamant That tight Speak put an extra car rot in his pocket when he went ta, the town stable. For the last time he fed the -old Mare. washed her sleek coat and comhed the stringy mane with elaborate care. It, was some time before Merri mac Mills grey, accustomed to the tie "ash tate', Speck blinself nev er became reconciled to it, fie be 'came In time an expert driver. bat kit resentMetit toward the big red truck was untnistakable. He hated the Autiteroita bits of machinerY that, were in. constant need of at tention. When he gressedthe gears ar filled the tank he found himself thinking of Labor and he missed the joyous. frfendly whinny tbat was' the reward of his kindness to her. On more than one coition ,Speck decided to go betöre the board and demand the return of Ma coMpanion. But be was no longer , young and the fear of losing hit 1 job Weakened hie determination. One Vetting at he was driving homewards in the October Ana. Speck-1SM startled Ity a familiar j sound. It was the tootteeted at of a botsits borim in pain. As 1 Ida truck rounded -bend in the Rivetkroad the tilb dollectot einght eight of a gray mare lying in the debt or- the Mews''. Mwt the subset stood a short, tide-It-set man braidiebing a whip. Wins the mar' Weil to abandon het position the driver brought the hip delft rickIndy across bee' ears. , "Stop- that, yOu ravine-. MOW sheeted Speck.- He stopped' the &eft and ran ibitard the roffeMet :kis dice tamed adieu under NMI "lot" Besides 'the driverv it carried as passenger Horace Little field. "I can't get over it. Speck, Chnekled the chairman 0f the board of selectmen, "Can't get's0ver what?" interro gated Speck. Mr. Littlefield gave vent to an flther deep-throated chuckle. "Why," he explained, "the ay you talked to the selectmen that morning. It was spell-binding. that's what it wall! Why, even my wife was impressed. I tell 3rolh Speck, Demosthenes never made a speech that could compare with your little oration on 'Laborl " Speck's eyes rested contentedly tor a moment on the broad back of the gray mart and- he, shook the reins gently. "Well, now," he eommented char itably, "Mahe this Demthat feller- you mentioneddidn't own a real good horse like Labor. OLD WORTH DACE TRACIE TO BECOME , BURTING GTLOMM Chicage.Old Werth race track, famous Moog horse- lovers of 20 and go years ago, is to be reopened a st ceteetery. Landscape -gardeners and architects have completed their task of beautifying the one. Ume hotne of Sport , Archbishop Mundelein. h'etid of the Catholic diocese, purchased the 220 acre track 10 Mites southprest of the loOp, and trill dedicate it izi the spring as Holy Sepulchre twee, tem dedleatorr- &dumb trill surmount a large Circular plót to be set aside tor the burial et Sleets. 2 - popinoT ITAZIZD : s - SUIT 1'01 $1500100 i , , ,,,.... - i Chicago. bait 14-11,Seph ("yel low Kid") Veil. a notorious eon,- deuce gams operator. "erring time In Joliet, was holed defendant la a $150,0040 salt died la aireidt Wert todap by Albert Ai Charlet balker land:inatufacturer Of Kellen Ind. Charles idiaged the "Yale lid" aild Frederick Buckftdutst, ids a 'pitinfer at Joliet defrauded him la Sart& 1111St al I bad ate& Irlatts lal gu:110Ble ' Anton' the Many quilkilations WI persons with 'the "elltartie dotal aim prbbably this is the Ire meet overworked: , r ' -- - - , "MrtrothlW writes 10 reader who ofidently taleauderstands the aim of- this deparultent,,',Is en largement of the muscle, 'of the blurt' brought we irt an attack of scents bronallis last whiter. The dotcorWald I could only avoid fur ther fittacks by not getting more coltWill yen plane send me Your mesegrefk on heart trouble." N . 1 I have to Monograph on heart trouble. v I should 'dried the pa tisat to follow kb; doctor's imtruc-- none as to the care of the heart. Sven thottgltthe doctor only passes UM buck, that would be later counsel than anything the patient mighl obtain tql correspondence. It is possible Oar the doctor made that little quibble about "not pt ting more cold" deliberately and with beninvience forethought, for good doctors altos Ito. It is a hu mane act to punch your Dot Mend on the chin to subtitle bilk it nec essary, when he is wildly strug gling ond handicapping your ef fort to rescue him from drowning. flo I say there aro conceivable cir lcutostances in which a doctor vier justifiably tell the patient who is paying for advice "not to get more cold," provided the doctor lurns the fee ,over to a conscience 'fund. It is beyond my ken how acute bronchitis could have 'broight on hypertrophy of the heart or any other heart trouble, but what I don't know about lironchitis fills many ponderous tomes. Chronic bronchitis is frequentir ilsociated with heart disease; in some in stances the bronchitis is second-- ary or in part dependent on the heart disease; in others the bron-.: chitis seems to induce impairment of the heart. It is difficult to say offhand in a given case whether the puffing and blowing which one with chronic bronchitis experiences on climbing stairs or Otherwise et erting himself is attributable to the bronchitis purely or to She associ ated Impairment of the heart; may hap it is neither, but the emphy sema (ballooning of the air cells in the lungs) which so often accom pany chronic bronchitis. Readers lin quest of symptoms to try over on their Cases will find all this rattier confusing, and it is far bet ter for them to be confused than , .Magadore, Deo. 2.--The Sock end Buskin club has got to get some body beside Ezra Thayer to per form in lancominl "Cyrano de Ber gerac." Es Made a Cyrano nose of putty and stuck it on with rosin aod his nose took fire when be lighted his cagaret at rehearsal last eve. Tao management is tr3ring to I find a local Cyrano With a whole 1 Meat DOM .t ; - ' I - illo , ,. . 1 ' Jeptha ItMik - Out long-whisker ! &tampion, wrote to yOur Washing- I 1ton Answer Wire tor a recipe tor 1 keepina white bair from acquirin a yellowish tinge, and now has a 'gir 1 foot green beard. Lok out! Jeptha I rhail tound a lawyer who agrees to : .OW2040 on a damage suit. ' 1 - ,- . 1 0110111K1 Singits advertised: "KY ' wife having lett iny rooL I on pay any debts made my her." And Kra. , Stagg' advertise: "Nobody would trust anybody named Mulls and. the root watt all there was to leave." It looks pa if the Stuggses lad seperated jot keeps and it's lad blow to soda gatherites. as Oa, simnel had aatisigated the VDstead att by &Mitt 2 seised XXX Ile and a dozen cases at 24 per cent Bock. lAlas! all this sodal eqUipment mat , Vasa to tirk laerters.' , . , , . I , ; : - e it - e - ' 1,44(1d, I VS lead's': eitiseas is min' III It Waging load of empty bottles Itorie. Wi'ttlatettibttl. "rettlateinlbgbotTh4 , Mita --Bt, ! Citing. ',',- litillek ' ete,1 to' ittellipt AnY selt-disitheen or self doctoring. I call attention to the intimate sesociation ot hapeth. ad heart function with throne breadth tor the purpose st sp. prising bronchitis imtereril al the face. twit they may understand tht need ot regular medical causal 'tor their guidance at all um's, men though no sure cure is avattehth Tai well known physician eed at. thor. pioneer in health publicity. alkd I blush to say poet. whose wis dom was great enough to be gut. ed In the medical bible by ogee mallow. Dr. Oliver Modell 'Holmes. said that chronic broi 1 chide with intelligent care may prove the -slight ailment Mat pro motes longevity. - QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. Temerity rot Spedights. Certain skin specialists, I notice. prescribe but one bath a year. What is your opinion ot that? 4 MISS H. M. , AnswerIt one can won7 alms ,364 days,arithout a body "sak i and unquestionably one can, and stilt be cleanwhy weaken then? Broken Capp hide ' Please let me know the came and cure for broken capillaries es the nose. p. K. Answer)rhey are not capillaries (which are really too minute le be distinguished except under a mic roscope). but venules or very small veins. I do not know tbe mot They may be obliterated by th electric needle in skilled hands. .ftelomme : Talvnbr Leakage. I am 32 years old, $36 inches tall and weigh 134 pounds stripes& r1-1- was twice rejected by army el 1 ambers in the course eit the War Lbecause of a valvular heart age. Bat 1 still have Inv gouts. r tor won two 100-yard dub isms the past summer in 11 seem& I wonder whether it would be bell ; tOr me to marry? D. T. W. Answer--It you can do a limbed a 3rards in 11 seconds it ought ta be - Imre anough tor you to marry - unless the lady can do it la 10 secondi I seconds. , On the Feathers. 4 Mut, State whether it is health., fill for a 6-year-old child to stop on a feather bed or feather tick. , MRS. 1.: L AnswerYes. in winter. , Argus Inform ation Bureati adoess as& eiteloss swelling ssasan tor r dens Posiallo. Ss Mat. all RIMIllgra aft toofidegUal. tamp Mlles bones sass dome se aids inevskial. Me wattage Iiiii is tisk' ta saasarsseas iscists.s- - ,.. - , Q. What is the mirage called i etable matter in the shape of eab which is often seen at the Straits I bage than in that of any other of Messina? -- - t -''.., T. O.- R. - etble whatever. ,.. ,.. , A. This Is known.as the Fata pare with a chain cable In strenstlif Q. Hcrw dOes a rope cable ona Morgan& because it was thought to have been the work of a fairy of i A; a that name. Ili Arthurian legend A. COmpared with the strewth of hempen cable, a chain cable et Morgan le Fay was the sister ot Arthur. - , . one inch, diameter of rod is Nish Q. Is the death rate from can- I alent to a hempen cable 10 lathes cer rising? M. Q. ' in circumference. , - s Q. - Do gold coins vary la IN A. Judging fromthe registra tion area, the cancer death rate la ness? . , . '., rising. 'In 1920, it was 83.4 per A. In the United States pH 100,000 population and in 1921 it Coins may vary from 899 to 901 la fineness. A report of the Mg Wile 86. Death from cancer seems to be more usual in the north than commission showed that they seta In the smith. :, . , ally varied only from 899.5 to MU , Q. Who invented the melodeon? Q. What was the origin ot the , , ' T- A- Rhodd Island Red chicken? S.L A. The Melodeon was invented otAth. 'eltBsuoffriogirnowngtasonsiminileErngtelantlaid: by Jeremiah Carhart in 1836. , Q. Does an open fireplace lower it was a local race of poultrY Mot the temperatute of a room it not in extensively in Rhode Island, p re use? - A. F. P. duced by the farmers themsslySi A. When unused it does lower without any definite breeding sad the temperature to some degree. from uncertain stock. It is thoutill Q. Do Eskimos have a common by some authorities that a COIN languitge? - T. W. Z. erable foundation for this load 1 A. Eskilnos are Scattered tlorough Greenland Canada, Alaska and Si- Rhode Island poultry wu as elf smooth-legged Cochin-China stock; beria to the number of about 32,000, he that all of whom speak the same stock also largely bred is undoubted, sad language, using the same stem ordinary Cecinas were there is strong evidence that the acteristio of the language is that ,,feeniaed and intermingled with single words of complex structure words and affixes. The chief char- Asiatic stock was considerably Brown beghorns. , are used to express ideas that in Q. Please give number el eal English would be conveyed by a , ;tattles in the collapse of Mello whole sentence. bec bridge some years ago, 113. Q. What green vegetable Is meet A. In the first collapse' of tbe productive? or. G. W. S. Quebec bridge, Aug. 29, 1907. It A. Common fiabbage is said to lives were lost. In the second OP be the most productive, for it is be- aster, Sept 11, 1916, there wu a lieved that an acre of ground will loss of 11 workmen in addable te yield a greater weight of green Veg. those injured. . 1 - , Six Feet of Brig lit Green Beard 't I BY BITCHEL MIL . . ,.,,. IF , , Li:rgus InformationBureaull ; 1 3,.,; you ' - Kf . , - (ARS Mkt awe OS lamt sesitor to any suestioa be whim The Arra Mime your Moe aureee. 1Prodavie J. Ileilibee Cheek. .11reehiestee. M. C. Give tail NM fli rePt admen end eeekome swelled male ter v Miro MIMS. Me brief. all ammo we stror seesameGai. the miles Wel siaa dwelt le meek latitaitel. Me eileeteee MO it have ewe le esacariseue isamme ..- - ... - I' , watt: . o What is the mirage called i etable matter in the shone of ed. Yc dipek'P"Ipati , be Rock - not 4 imam dal II ment - all n natio: ment eireu tbe - '.1161 des , deE set ed pul r, bol , ate thc oft) ' I agi to in pal Ch cla 1 usi an, a t - ca - pa! - Do leg an, dn . mt up On' Shi ...I FME 01 tabic fron brit and , Kid whi bad ' brm 63 , do abo thin Jud A t. 6311 Vag ba; my the ' ope I get Prc yot DO ii 1 ,,.,.ritiltb 1 rl, I. A.J.,,Içst . 1 ;1,L,... ... . j,;,...,...,........-t, -,,.. Ls ;, ,', I: ' '1..4 :1- J,7,.. T21'-- mit 1..,.---- i c..., ;;--;-It.ev..-1. ' -.- ; - Ut----' i a t ,,,i.:-',.....1-;..0,. K t, .-..... ,t14.,,,p11 ,cIL....9. ,,r,,,go, ,1,19,, ..,,,,-. r-9 9ill9 !Air it, - a e !I. .9. lb a ,:-. :-.. , , 1 a , . . . '' , ' - ,'. 1i Cm 1 L ' ' , ' , - S.--,':4- lat CVS 11,,Cal7 At 1111.1430. -, . . , ... .-.-- - . - - . t. L ,, .,, , , ,1 ,:.. B NItilitara. Brad,,, m. ro,. . ..1 ,,,,t,, , ..- '-',..,- -(-1 ,,, ,- -. ,; -. ' - st,:s el Oat ott.the itc...1;40slittost trZiss. It . , . , ' --.!"-,:.----- '''.---1, to C.4 ye it 4rimit ' , . , - - r : . ':' ' - ''''' ' ' k 7 f'..----.1.'-,.. . i t.. . t2cit , - , --, ., - , ,....- . ' , .-.. - ' - ,. é , . ., 4 . , t., eth. r ' ' ..'" 1.'" . 1 ?L'''''.."-;:.'':-. '' ; - '''' ' '' - -",,- . - 1,I , , ,, ::. iii;4:-"I'-r,...',, ; ' rammi le3 car tsar:as-10 liposette Os rep , , .- , :- . - -- 7 .-., - - - ' - .- ..- .., - : - I Deply 1040y4 4, , i , . ,. .., .: , ,.. ik ., ,, ... . 1 ; - ' " ',. J : Y-',:iloted iihysiciatimsd AutbegY . ' ,, ,. , ,,i .'4' 1 I t ' .,..''t--- 7 1..... '. ' ' ' Voil:11 1111011assi es lesser tits:t. ?sate goo ,- , ' '-''' ' ., ,'" - ' - --; ' f ipsteltriest DAtiet. , t . . - . 1 , , ,,., ,,.. . ,,, , , ...-- . - . .,- - -- - rldritoil.:::,,as ItastInt,illit0111 aid DasCla "PI -14;01" ; - . , 4- , ' - , ' - - ' -. alhatliP0 IS Csell43 -- ' s',."-if .. , ; - ,' - -,'-' -',-- .i. , .t- - - r 'w litutWillel gutOtibgeell ; ' to' . ' Ski ' selt-dianang, or . ,, a ' ' - ---- ''''. ' ' ' - ' . , 4mi; urt , " .''' . .- : ' '.: , ,, k ,t3,11 ,,,, : v. ... - . - t Aetong the Many Ildbillatolomi 01 so doctoring. I can atten. ... - , .1. , , , L,4 4- - I t:---It. I - r 11.4 111, .. J, WO SR tZtledrU ;;I aural& , f , .. ,, , ., , - ' ' . 41 L-3411 1 im0,' , r , I: IPSO rya Irdai si boned lyi IptintIsSks. . .0", . , t - . ' ' ' :; ' ',- '' ,-'1' . '-- ' . '' t : )- Persons with lka malall:11 distal the intimate association et 'broil! '- - . , member et lee Is- - ' . , , ) , - esalserejt.tidt ..,, . . . -' . , ,.--,,,, , , 2 7. 4 - , Mon. prbbably Ude is 'ow steel ad heart function writh (Stade . little Ilett:InglildimitileiLstaThe Onnall ler Duna oat i , ,f, , 2, . , - - " --',-,' , ,', :', , , ..', , ., - . , - : , 1IMrtretiblVI writes it, weeder prising bronchitis imilereri at tre ' - i 11! L...' L-7-3-1.-. "-- A-----a----gi raS ra Alt , , .010 ii..14. , ills tinsel' 10117;11111 daallitallx . - Iles.' Iasi t 1,o - Z-1 4- - - ; ' ' - - '' --' ' ,.. , -.z. '. -; who ofidently iialminderata.a.da the fact. that they 111111 understood the 1 - . t : ',' - ..,k , - t -.: -.- - , - - gbalegasseril Bests semi There . Ot; ---- ( ,, -. . . , d ' .. .' ' t . ..... . 1 . . ' aim et- this deourttueutt' ,h1 en need et relater medical coolool ' ,. . . - -,O Alko);L".1." VW to easawavoleralposata le tal 1161.111 , , . e s - .0 Ed ipl goof imallei Ili wt. ale saassit (gate& prices -gx egagnedif- - '..-.7,, - , . , id , - - - - ,,, -. , , - el- , f-, .:. - -...etig'S ;.. - - -- largemest of the musclet of the or their iptidanco at ail dine.. vy , pod -fs -9 i9siAlit In 111111 tales- nit ewe Ile - . ., . ,-- ' hsartbrougatin irt an attack of though so sure mire la samba: , . - ...mg TaL,........st WOMB. , till. sdismost A street talliay syniont that - . -, - 14, - ' 4 31.r - scents brosallis last twister. Tbe Ta. well know oily a PaYliclas uM as. . at be ' bed Ira, boom ...Modelling become wohitolly . ''". ' --- - , - . dotcor gam could only avoid tor- titers pioneer in health aonodh, Anon& .N ç -. ''''''''''''''S, :r111111 irdallitt.be 13.111116 oposiontdsast, Dad lb, IsiMuit ' St labor yrs- 1 ---- t ' ' ' jill ' 6)tig) ' I-- I ''. . . - '- r '''' thew fettecks by sot getting more atki I blush to say poet. eh-oas---, ' --I lie- , Rock 1 11111661' A'S.21 POillill et Ctrenintints. ' - vented the realisation of the inerelillitir IFILEIS .- , . , .,. , cold.. WM poll please sand tee Your dont Wa. greet enough ta be eye - -son ' C,,,Idel raper Oty ot lteeM Island. ' le . 4-,b, ' .' ' s,,,,,,,..., , N . teeemtwertik en heart trouble.'" N - ed in the medical bible by oat . , -....,1 that the PniPlins lied hoped tor. The law of , ,- . - , - - Ik4,-.... ,,,0,9"A-,4.. . .L, et. t ' I have to Monograph on heart btrmse)t Dr. oilier woad: ' :,,,---- ,. Ad1"41111111118,011111881"1" ' - 111P1Pb' hittlimoolitit Perttell s lilt tellIT. leas ' -It ' ' -'. .0..., - , , , , , - , - ) - trouble. - I should advise the pa- Holmes. odd that chronic brae. 11- 4 --4, vet Oliew..-11.e. wows. lire Ptah kets941. ' , , -A.J , - ,. ,, . . tiest to follow lib doctor's lostrue- tattle with intelligent aim slat . :as. , , 'OM 041110".. gro Ano. 13311 PeOPW11 ego , into play. - . - . - ,,,. - . . , - ... . tions as to Um oar of Um heart prove the -slight aliment that - - ' - ,....e 0.19e..-1909 Dein, 142 Wows, Dosievord Illita. - Detroit is still a busy city,- Ills Iminetwms , , , "'7' , ...6,,,4. p , .0. deo Owolloot-ill. r. lisssar. lels S. T. MID Bid& - , aeon thotigh.the doctor only passes motes longevity. , ' Blentl , . Au wwee-o L, ilarmes- ass lama elno repart,an undiminished thelansel ler their pee- .-- - - , all n ---1 -..- 2-. Atria. It is a urossee'ess; 'thriving tow the , ----- - '-- - r. akt '46A1 ' ' s st ' '""m"---. : - . , - ' toutblinsobillellithatilato saytawliould thbes Paalttionert qvzsTioNs AND ANIIIItac naticl 4 ' t ,,,,,,...-....., , .,, ,......11. 16 Orkm.mlaum .A 0 - m- ak .."- ..... Ment , - rT, ,," - , - .e.i.....--.....-----:---.----.122MMOMMIMftele5MmEammoprL'. ' - - - - - - . - , I try"."'"no ð 1 I a 11 iffEmatt "Mak ,ftiloft,---"S"."..k - i!" - cy- , ,6 f )744 "."1 DIP n14111M..;; : !Ili , rrve , 0.2 a -.4 a-4 4,p-T . migaz emus NE yorresponuence. LG. avinerst7 Opeelanits , - -'. brilidat as 4 lk ...:T44 4 :007, ' I possible thaT the dieter made Certain skin specialists, I intim - $41Sir,T;1175, 1-11 - II world- But St Is not se mask et ea etommeta , - , 'mi.. .410, , that little quibble about "not pt- prescribe but one bath a you ' , ðielirtit1 ' " - Micas as it op mas. 'The time that toe et Its , - , , , ser11 ting more cold" daliberstidy and What is your opinion of that? - 4.st ,aval emrs notrrat - --O'lk - , Vitt beniemlence forethought, for -, miss it I.., ' WW11 ........ 1.....' ...'.. '.. "'.- -- - - - --- -- 1-zr ---".- ---- A, -. 141rSW- '''' ---4---as-:tr --2,..-s-no 4.- , r good doctors altos Ile. It ,is a hu-I , AnswerIf one can worry aliat' :. , ' . ITEDNISDAY, ÐECEIEBEIL 11, pals . ' the place to seek wealth Aug advancement is, . --.:;p ,. Or-- ' 1 ,- ----P-6' ''-'. Op. i - ' k, - - - mono act to punch yoar boa Mend 364 dayowithout a body walk : , - - - symplomatic.., Kew 'fork thine ot cities omens 10P ! , ) 1 ,,, on the cilia to sabdite bite, it nee- and unquestionably one cant sad .., .....----- :,... - ',. Who killed DIU Gabel? , - , a permaneat attraction upon. the ambitions ot I - ii l''''. '--- --'. ..'e I I essary, when be is wildly strug- stilt be cleanwhy weaket teen? ' . -.Z-...--- ;.!.,nr..'.. -..." , ' , boys overywbero. -, -- -- . , --------.7---- ,.. II , . glans and handicapping your et- . f ,, I I 1 6' ';'' ,'. fort to rescue Idea from drowning. Broken Captilarie ' . -- Where is Joke Looney? i Ý ' , - , - --- -.. omeoss, 41 ,..." '--- .,.,,,, -.17., , ---:tr ,i .., t 60 I say there are conceivable cir- Please let me know the eine r . . ,, . - ,. ,., . , sozstiessi . .- pLAyING ÖN fetal - - ' 1 1 i ---nn. 01' v ' ----c--,-, totootanoos to which a doct01Mai and cure for broken capillaries so , , laso It' ' --- tclege-.5,--....; ---'''''-' - ' Justifiably tell the patient who is tithe nose. . p. K. , .- , , . ' .. ,- Ilememoer that It is up to yoa to supply the , over the grime a Dr.. David T. sedists. , 162 , ...,...,t, 7 -6 : ,., - - , .. , -. 4... ' paying tor advice "not to get more AnswerThey are not capillaries . .' lads with-width t'1) buY gifts t" The Argus skiaa, soldier, athlete, who tell trying to servo , ' cold," provided the , doctor turns (which are really too minute to be , , teats Claes army Of poor children. Bend in a French comrade on the battlefield, college - - ,' .......,,,,,u, ' , --.,,. .h the fee ,over to a conscience tund. distinguished except under a We , ...your chock or cask. And don't delay It , mates lair. erected e leoeuebeed vide& losers - "'"' -- '' , - , - 1 e ellOr It is beyoad my ken how acute roscope). but venules or very snail , - bronchitis Could have 'broight on veins. I do not know the mesa ,. , this simple inscription: "He played tear Years ,,,'''','"11, I - ' - ,to . -, ,,sse , - ,i1 hypertrophy of the heart or any They may be obliterated by tilt , mars I - I I k -41 'hype rop y of the heart r anylThey may be obliterated by lit; P36 ' - - -h - - - other heart trouble, but what I electric needle in skilled hands. -, , , -, - , .- ......,,,,:0' , , -- , .:34.0 eV' --"b-Z.--,.. don't know about bronchitis oils 1 ,...---, - lefelf.a. t -- , many ponderous tomes. Chronic 'Valvular Leakage. , , bronchitis is trequentk, issociated am 32 years old, SS inches 1 ' a I aam aaa.aaoaaarZaaa, , 74.49 ar with. heart disease in- some in-I tall and wei h 134 ends AmesPmesi kalor-?11-4 'ç,01116616:10' Asst I g WIPP& I stances the bronchitis' is second- was twice rejected by army or- 11 -dife- I s- - I 1 y Irk --wok 1 t tory or m part oepenoent OR um 1 aininers Lae CO111-80 Oi Oar 1 "coto7' r- !heart disease: in others the brontibecause of a valvular heart leak- 1 I W1,1111itr- a;,--- ' - - et ' - 04C- - ohif in,inpa irnitairtriontfAsra Rut I still bavo i lac N"..ima7Noo.Te000Z lot the heart. It is difficult to tutor I won two 100-yard dui am morocet NNW- offhand in a given ease whether the the past summer in 11 weak , I - - - lover of sea stories? Here it is served up in I ca 141 u" Y"'r l""Y all of vrhom speak the same stock i ,,a :L. - , ,, . Horatio did his duty. a for tne "I can't get' over it. Speck. language, using the - same stem ' 12 . . . nder, bolder fashioa thaa even Kipling or board, they thought it unwise to Chnekled the chairman of the board words and affixes. The chief char- A a Sweden, meets Ralph Bergengren have given us.. Who shalt 01Pose Merrimac' mill? heaviest of selectmen., acteristio of the language is that . i a Streetcar for now . say that' the days of adventurous bocce- taxpayer. And in (hie course a - ; ' field. , . , "Can't get'sover what?" interro- single words Of complex structure e gated Speck. Le charge of the neering are over? . are uted to express ideas that in ,, , - t big, ehining red truck was present - . ...... : ed to the utterly bewildered Speck. Mr. Littlefield gave vent to an- English would be conveyed by a , u promised would ' ' .,, ther deep-throated chuckle. whole sentence. - ,. - b ina learning that , ----'-: WOOD AS A FUEL , .. But I never drove one of them consatned things' in mY life." be "Wh'y," be explained, "the ay Q. What green vegetable Is meet is really free ex- -' ' ' . protestet "Besidet, what is to be;. you talked to the selectmen that productive? 4er- ' G. W. S. C , With coal short, wood is coining batk a a , tome of Laborr le at the ancient morning. It was spell-binding. A. Common tabbage is said to I: Rat, If the truth important fuel. With the deinand developed. "You can learn to drive," replied however, the price in 'moat communities in- that's what it wall! Why, even my' be the most productive, for it is be- a wife was impressed. I tell 3roe. 'loved that an acre of ground will I, most of ut are Mit Horatio Littlefield majestical ly "illie town Will sell the horse, Speck Demosthenes never made a yield a greater aeight of green Veg.. t stantly rises to the coal leveL This will help of. course." - ' - . ' speec- I; that could compare with a tmalier scale, . you in buying: What counts is Actual, heat "Sill Labor!" exclainied Speck, your little oration on 'Labor!" . 'eposterous., The British thermal units. A pound let dry woog The thought aroused hioa and he speck's eyes rested contentedly , gives 7,000 to 11,000 heat sena, it Pound Of coal launched into a fioodof litter pro- tor a moment on the broad back of' gm . test. But the boardand Mrs. Ho- the' gray mare and- he shook the ' ,' - 12,000 tit 15,00. To know bow muck teat ratio Littlefield were adaniant- reins gently. , , ' , ' BY ILITCHEI , Stx Feet of' Brig) VIEW; - You're real), getting, you'll have la toe wales That tight Speck put an ettra ear "Well, now," he eommented char- - -- - - - lemehody speaks and pendL ,, , , rot In his pocket when he went tn, itably, "Mahe this DemthM fel- - ' . ler- you mentioneddidn't owe a ace in such a way - -. ' , r . - - - , - --, the towp stable. For the last time he fed the -old Mare, washed her real good horse like Labor." ' Baskin club has got to get some - Magadore, Deo. 6.--The Sock and alleles are being , RIGHT THINKING WINS. sleek coat and comhed the stringy , body beside Ezra Thayer to per ' "Cyrano de Ber le "ice some- t An efficiency expert, Boyce Fisher, is eon- malitle, wisthsoemiartitee ebgetrfo.re. hter it- , OLD WORTIL PACE ,, - tge"Ell ilk-ireTeZ: it entitle Wee Of s a Wife:once of vertedIe the Cone method of auto-miggeation. mac Mills grer accustomed to the , TRAcx To BEcolog ,,, putty and stuck it on With rosin the Weil ihnt in- Cote claims health will improve ff the patient tiew "ash cart. , Speck himself per- and his nose took fire when be r editorialUwhich keeps Ming himself -BCC, Mahar thinks- ae et became recondlld to it. He be- , , , ,-, nummta MOUND lighted his casaret at rehearsal last , leers " affairs et idea would work in )suain It . would. Pros- came in time an expert driver, bat ....,..one,,. , eve. The management is tr3ring tol end a local C'Yealle ?Mb a etch' ' the solid are be.. verity mows bet the majority ot pooloo hie leisenttnetititowkaarbtliet.heHebitarted , 1 ea Chicage.-,-Old Wadi race track, lima sem i , , , I diligence-- If the thinking,"Daji by day, and In every tray, times the Autneroitit bits of machinerY fatness Moog horse- lovers of 20 .,, . , te , , , . 1 inalitY Of the edi-, are getting beue,r and , beim., ., That hat that. were in constant need of, at- sandisSU Yösefestrilsidtlibeper-el)ileneedn ' Jeptha Rest, Out long-whisker . to year Washing- I "wiPseraPerls and therre thlaidag amt - Vnitli an? think tile" torentkl ttlekettitir riigiearifise f era and architects have completed rtaininklan erwrbero for a recipe for m ear - F aP- are getting bad, thnes do get badNothing Malting of lAbior and he missedtheir htask of rautifying the one. hoopla' white hair from acquirin' a 1 I challenge them mysterious or supernatural about itt liben the .joyous, friendly whinny that op aaeltda s b.'00a- ot yellowish tinge, aed now has a six Aerch7sTi t isgite Thar belong in people eliect prosperity, tji-ey begin buying. tvaii the reward of his kindness to the Catholic diocese, purbassed the , foot green beard. Lok mitt Jepthe , e people. her On More than ono - occasion 220 000 That crintoil prOggerlis by giving everybody A r a.t Ikea found a, lawyer who agrees to . a - 'tractl 15 Mitee "eater-- .OW6040 on a damage suiL ' I peck . decided to go be bre e ,., ,h,. t,..- ,A 41, ,...,.....Å u 4., jobs- When they upset-bard times, they stop board and demand the return of his -,1-,..7,14r. ' IT - .' w I - z: IARDINE. a ly Sepulchre teMe., buying-4nd the ithests oh butilless stop. , cothpanion. But be was no longer iery- 7- iireadedileatert tot a win, Gaming Stun advertised: "Ily osing hie . - re- ...- young and the fear. of I 'wife having left my roof, I iton't surmount a large ciftular plot to h N and ne mutt be int -'' .....,' 9.,..4...4. t å doe,' . ' job Weakened his de,ermination. be set aside for the burial el priests ra, y any debts made my er. ing. To be ford- - DI Rakinnus IV OUR &vial,. one vomit all he Was deMnit -,--- .. -- . - ' a. Stuggs advertise": "Nobody . , , eardine tot imp Joseph-Conrail BF play', :1,11a ,,, 'keret ' - homewards in the October .- dusk, ,e',,weeveeosiel se a simeet.' gee ,-- - would trust anybody named Stuns Speck al startlet Ity it familiar WW1 Vitil Illtiml.ral ILI and, the root wee all there was to g in tho estromd. Agent," Is leagued la Andrei. ' XII drama- mem: it was the retracted hl ' ' - rgýeuet ittlea a . 11- ',,,,v, , leave." It looks pie if the Staggses COO ble IMillt he tel. Used. front his novel of Anareldst lite. - The at of it botitea bores in path. At -' mega& a Yeas .150t lad 'operated Sot keeps and it's I to Words' (sir ylay la a allure am the daaaarra load's, Ida truek rounded bend in the ' - ' ' - . 101F-ua lad blow to soCial gatherlies. as tla!! read the lib dialectal' taught Chicago. bet IL-Joseph ("Tel- menet had aatistipated the Voisteed tala we 'ball be IL . Al a kiDTellite 00SMS la the -eilital e2 601 81"lk lew Kid") Weil, a notorions eon,- act by &Witt 2 seised XXX rle and eight of a MY Mare tylog in the - . ' - . ' '-'-- the telitieb-ePealliet lehittlage.' He sets aloe at, the blowsy. atibt the deuce game operator. sorting time a dozen cases at 24 per cern Bock, eh dose confine- outside hie Seld--and raga. Shoemaker. stir subset-stood a short, thlekoet ma la Joliet, wail UAW defendant in Alas! all this social equipment. mat , e armee. :' The tà your lad.- whoa you lad your add. din braildishing a whip. - Whoa the A $150.41011 stilt glad la egreatt wort past to tha litertetL' , ! , I lie so ea hi ammo failed ta abandon bet position today by Albett AtoCbarlea. balket , , : - - ' alai ' -&-.' a et '--- t''' It - rill 41) liwking' agabtg gar kbelit ille drhur brought the hip dealt tad:inatatattater of Kokes Ind. tie lead's': eitisens is rite I'M. ParthOlagiall 'Udall vortalnett! -.am Sit mu ale& vicientely across age ISM Charles alleged the "'fella Kid" by a ague told of etaptt bottles 1 tatia be testes they want to dant. Aht lien they tan date, "Star- ?bat Yee mite: UMW' allidurrallwrielt Bactitd.atatb .1110 alteselee back et gerfege dub Innle iin dandng for they want-to atior."-,,,,Eddie ewe all s jimmied Hileelt- - ' He ' Applied' the 'az-menet at Joliet defrauded hint bat that Wats ain't tot the , t to 1 , it . I . I 1-', . t ' ..4,,,:.:,...... t I, 4 ' , I P , ''....,:.' , ' .k 1 . 0 , , , . , tamoemoonnwom - . '-; r 1 10 ".' , , . 1 1.' 1 .At . S ' '... . I-. 't lb ' , t el lk:16 . MERE16 1 .., ., A NNE ,' , - :, t NEST Rift , , . Ag itAercd a murn. mur mum. rwrorom, wow wow UMW' M. own MS. SU 1 Akan Bk. M. IA "W 1r atta MIA. lb MEM. IMM E..ICER 11 1. L-itkie-re T , - - --"IÇ t - ' tt- - - , - , -1!nwit nus Mint Ute thentilist, is Marta, 11 Ilk el is had stock' erne -et tattle& - etc-, 4 - The Argus each tear to poor child is otherwise be You furnish t , ts does the r Visit the E ti evenings. To ,t '1- greater enter 11 your interest it' has to offer I fi L.., - 444. , ;7"