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- ira. . tl ataeckIaaaaJ.ia,ka the act s, int. ) au LcmI Tin Uftt IM la ei all aewe - . ' T--v 1 Wwort wia. If m V aa W savtaga "PUT LALaZS AND EIWUftZS WJD VAtTSr -.bar Audit Barm of Circulations. Ul Ppr city or kock Ml I Itftk Ae. 0. Weleoa. J a Maf Bka A hrt U v Hnnhi 101S M. T. 4a Oajn O. U aiarcks. MM taca WW- if mb want to caah TOW war aai tw (Urate to tall. 7 cm awte Omk Mat Ik poouaco any day aov for col taegeft. or tan thea fa to tott baak aa or after Jaa. i. . If yon have, eay, autartaa war eatoe certlncates, yoe eu exaaange tlfem for a aaw $2S traaraiT earttleBto' awtaVlag JaarVltla. aad get $441 caah to boot And w acta targa (iantlttea. The aaw eattiflcatat will be toeaed la daaomlaatkma of fU, flee aad 1,M0 each. No UrflTldaml can. get more than $6,060 worth ofMkaao ovtueatta. Theyr tax-exemet by U way.1 '.. . . .;. . '. In tali deal, which involve (25,MM,000, Unci Saa ia doing ewetae with the people. Too, the owner ot certificate, are one ot the Banker. He say to tell yon thai he'd prefer extend- fine; ttie loan. But he can hand over the cash If jm feel yoo need It more than he doe. V. S., yon know, mean "as." ' L.- WDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1082. GEORGE NUTTING. Positively all we know Of George Nutting is that "he was a motormanvthat he died re cently in Richmond, Calif., at the age of 62; that he separated from his wife S2 years ago and Bever saw her again;' that every month through that period he sent $75 to her home in Auburn, Me., and that his will leaves her $4,000 in addition to life insurance and loving words. We like what UtUe we know of him. We should have to admire his thrift, if nothing else. A man who could spare $75 a month out Don't overlook your, contribution to The ""rja Santa Clans fund. Remember it is tor S-'foot children who might be disappointed i Pristaus Jmt for The Argus Santa Claus. : ; le attorney general of Illinois has ordered 3atJohn Loonoy, under indictment for murder ' wfother crimes, he taken dead or alive. The people ot Rock Island prefer to have him r o a motorman's wages, besides maintaining himself and paying insurance premiums, and saving up $4,000, must have been a resolute practitioner of self-denial, to . say the least. His record of conservative finance .would be admirable if theJM.000 were inherited, or if he had sources of Income in addition to his motor man's pay. Knowing nothing pt the circumstances of that long-ago parting, we should be careful not to assume it occurred through no fault of his. Prejudiced in his favor as we may be, we coald not wish to think unjustly of a lady about whom we know even less. Possibly we are justified in regarding it as significant that considerate of her welfare jnd devoted to her support as he may have been, he seems to have perceivedno compelling lesson for going back to her. , What we like most about George Nutting, of course, is the 'faithful devotion that all the years and all the miles could not tempt away. Say, if you like,1 that it was one of those cases, where absence is more 'conducive to fond af fection than presence would be. We say a husband in California who could show such life-long fidelity to a wife in Maine is the sort no woman ought to let get away. k( alive. tost of us supposed that the kangaroo court wa'n exclusive feature of the county jail. It Ijpears to have had a very prosperous ' Ua' A In the vicinity of the city hall in recent ' fte&s. " : (l I . ' ttyou know the name and addresa of a poor ' tkmy where there are children who face the . arotpect of a cheerless Christmas send your ' JtrfojhaWitlon to The Argus Santa Claus fund COOSBHttee. Tnat IS ail toai Win oe necessary for )f9u to do. i ' iiit the Rock Island business section these eveiUflgs and enjoy the wonderful merchan dise; displays that your stores have made for youT interest and benefit, You will discover ' thafiiou have right here at home Just as good stoik and just as fine merchandise at equally attractive prices as you will be able to find in anyielty elsewhere the size of Rock Island, f - JjOONEY and blakemore. , Herbert D. Blakemore, who wrote unsigned articles for John Looney's obscene blackmail ing, .alleged newspaper, was obliged to go to Missouri to get an attorney to represent him in his $50,000 suit against The Argus. Perhaps the Missouri folks don't know Blakemore as well as his Rock Island neighbors do. But it Is possible that they will if The Argus -ever get kim before a jury suing on a charge of llbeLi Blakemore is just ono more of the Loopay gang that is going to be unmasked so that he may in future be known for what he actdajly has been In the community. The Ar guaHrelcomea suits by persons of the calibre ot liooney and Blakemore. The Argus feels it li 'performing a public service in being af forded an opportunity to get the full measure of their kind into the public records of the county. 1 .; . - I ro rue J y ' ' 11 v y s I . 'I ,KWaw - t -- I I (nTl 1 HEALTH TALKS By William Brfrjy, M. D. Noted Physician and Author. To m Sims Say sj Clemenceau eats so nWny eggs chickens I YOUTH TO THE HELM. Americans can ignore the fact that in sev- eraparts of the world young men and young wonten are facing the serious problems ot civilisation and. organizing to wrestle with public questions. Italy, for instance, is gov erned by an organization of f young fellows scarcely out ot their teens. In India great na tional movements of boys and girfs in their teens are carrying on propaganda to solve po litical and industrial problems. France and Gerajany each have their associations of youth Y who ffcre fighting for the rights of their own coming manhood and womanhood. In our own high schools and church schools the youth ot America are troubling their' heads with social and 'political problems that a generation ago were hot topics of youthful consideration. Its natural that the boys and girls want to tike a hand in public affairs, for we have been impressing on them the ideas of citizen ahipThey are cognirantof the fact that the aoen jisd women of today are making slow pro gress in eliminating war. The next great war eoncaras the high school 'boys-and girls more than,',lt does the older generation We have been teaching thea civics and giving them a smattering of economies and they hope tn enter into (the many industrial and commercial ac tivities. They want a social order that will protect them against -having their dreams shattered by strikes, panics and wars. Today oar awakened youthare judging the civiliza tion that we are about to turn over to them. This is perhaps the greatest tragedy of the age. Youth comes only once in a lifetime. - ... X ' YOU OWN THEM? Remember those war savings stamps and aarUacatesNhat you bought in 191$ ? Better hunt them up. They're "due" Jan. 1, principal and Interest And Uncle Sam is ready to pay theuf off , or trad them for new (certificates at 4 pf cent inter eat compounded twice a year, whkkever you want ' Treasury officials estimate that no less than 11,000,000 Americans own these war obliga tions; '-Are you one of them? If so, when yon cas;ln" you'll realise that the safest invest ment fn the world is Uncle Sam. Hundreds of thousands of spendthrifts aad stock market ackers are wishing they had invested ta war savings stamps aad certificates. I million doeant look as big as it used to. Ztost?ef us talk of a million as if it were a aozeii eggs. Nevertheless, yotfll admit that CmoOO. is constteraWe. of figure. That's th total of the war savings stamps and certi ficates maturing Jan. 1, 1023. If everyone in iata'iih cash payment. Uncle Sam will have to bn few financial handsprings. His loose aafclfei the national treasury will be rather Inr M the end of th year. So he hopes that MEANING SOMETHING . . DIFFERENT.: , . Somebody whohad been investigating the caroaities of the English langaage notes that the phrase "two or three" always means three or more, and that "one or two" seldom if ever means one. The list of familiar phrass that belie their statement ot fact could be much extended. "In a minute,'' for instance, means anywhere from five minutes to halt an hour. Our criitc has pointed out that "That reminds me of a story" means "Now you keep quiet while I tell my Joke". ."I hold no brief tor" means "I am now going to defend"! "While I do 'not wish to appear critical" means "But I am coing to have my say oat anyhow." "Of course, it's no business of mine" means "I am simply devoured with curosity". "My con duct calla tor no apology and needs no explan ation" is the usual introduction for an apology or an explanation. "No one could possibly have mistaken my meaning" is what we .say when some one has mistaken it Exactness ia expression is a difficult art. As they used to sing in the famous old opera PinaforerHTbings are seldom what they seem, skim milk mas querades as cream." will be glad when he goes home. Winter wouldn't be so bad if it weren't for the cold weather; Radio amateurs are beating all records, in cluding phonograph records. Our treasury says gold coins make the gifts. They, are high, though. . It is estimated very few of last New Year's resolutions are unbroken. ' A man has lived in Philadelphia 51 years but we can't tell you why. More girls are taking up basketball. It is said to be excellent training for bargain coun ter rushes. " Music note: After hearing a song hit too often we wish it had missed. Mexico's president claims he was not killed in the recent riots, but you can't believe those Mexicans. Our idea of a good time would be to get a dog and name him tariff and tie a can to his tail. - 11 y The Daily Short Story AN OLD-FASHIONED TALE. .By Gertrude Cashing. "i don't see what you're glooming about That's a perfectly good in- J "It might be a joke, mightn't it? ! Thn 91 Imn nun wlllH chllt tin " -1" ; roost people's curiosity, but now ts'posing a cop found It and saw I 7t. . .ML. . .r .6. .' . j. I that? He'd think of the oearls 1 ininK 11 11 oe sweii. a d g notei . f -. . :the body without and music and ice cream n turney . . . w, ; bodv or kiillne the man Bag la Grandpa's Chest ' Somebody who dislikes - slang criticised the practice -of calling germs or bacteria "bugs." because, for one reason, germs are plants rather than animals. - 1 ve neara that point raised before. Germs may be more vegetable than ani mal in nature, but take the typhoid germ, for instance, ana watcn 10 in a hanging drop of water or Other fluid squirmming about with . its innumerable arms, legs or flappers and you'll decide the vegetable kingdom Is a livelier kingdom than you had ever been led to suspect Anyhow grandpa naa nugs in n chest The bugs were the essen tial, primary and indispensible cause of his chronic bronchitis. There were other contributing or predisposing factors. - which we have already dealt with ' in. his case. - Now he seemed to" nave nothing left to interest his 'doctor ffiiut the bugs. Nature having been propitiated by grandpa s hygienic reform was now in ally and it seemed only fair to offer nature a helping hand to finish the job. , "We'll have another bacteriolog ical .examination of the sputum," said the doctor. "Save some in this jar today and we'll send it to the laboratory." As this entailed no sacrifice .of constitutional rights and no altera tion of his present program, the pa tient acquiesced, and a day or two later the bacteriological report "came back, according to which it appeared that grandpa was harbor ing in his bronchial tubes a lusty colony of that ubiquitous enemy ot civilization, the pneumococcus. alias the pneumonia germ, alias the bronchitis germ, alias the quinsy germ, alias the coryza germ, and several other aliases. And along with this versatile villain, the re port disclosed, was very common pus producing microbe, named stphylococcu8 - pyogenes aureus, capable of any dirty work from pimples and boils to sore throat and septicemia." "Not sb bad, just two kinds of bugs in the old chest" cheered the doctor. . I "If they're as bad as they .sound I'd better arrange for a long ride," bloomed grandpa. "But see here, doctor, if there were really any bugs In my chest, honest injun and all this -laboratory business aside, you could give me some antiseptic medicine to kill them, couldn't you?" - ' " "Certainly I could but it wouldn't" said the doctor. "No such medicine has ever been found, that is, nothing that will kill germs in damaging the But we and when the doctor grandpa that one of the amaiS. contained several hundred nullton microbe grandpa held the atari. -clear fluid up to the light and t.2 ' they were dead, all right for nii ing but their spirits remained, tw. ; doctor gave the first hypodermle i, once. Grandpa said it had all th. effect of so much water. FlYe aw5 later the doctor injected the mcqm dose. This produced slight"taS irritation but no other effect tsT. could be noticed. The next'tw - doses, given about once were gradually increasing quntu ties, but produced no local effect ! He did begin to exnerienc. .ui- tinctly less coughing and dimlnUliei mucvuuuwu, uuwever. wait a. hit QUESTIONS "AND mwtRS. Starch Free Foods, Can you recommend any starch free foods? u g Answer-Yes. I can highly hlgb ly recommend the egg, fresh mi beefsteak, butter, cheese and JA Vegetables practically free of starch are cauliflower, tomato, cabbage, lettuce, sauerkraut cel. ery, cucumbers, asparagus, spinach," string -beans, rhubarb, brusieli sprouts, egg plant greens, water cress, endive, mushrooms, sorreL Swiss chard, kohlrabi. The Sulphur Mjth. ' I am 17 pimples tried .various, things without relief teaspoonfal ot sulphur every day Do you be lieve in clay treatments? ' MISS I. B. M. , Answer Sulphur taken internal, ly is a physic but has no affect 01 the skin. Applied to the skin ul. phur is a parasiticide (kills part sites) in such affections as scabiei (the itch), and a stimulant or ir- ritant in such affections as acae , (oily sKin, DiacKneaas and pim ples). You should not expect much from plastering mud on tha ice. Gently express the blackheads by pressure of the fingers covered with clean cloth, each alternate day, following a prolonged bataii( of the face with hot water contain ing about a teaspoonful of boric acid to th? basing Then apply" some of the following lotion by dabbing with the fingers, lei dry on the face and wash off with cell water next morning. Sublimed sulphur 3 drama Witch hazel extract 2 ounces Glycerin 4 drami Camphor water to make 4 ounces Shake bottle before appling. There was only ten thou- can help your old friend nature dis pose of those bugs." Accordingly the bacteriologist Ti-t i it . ; . nigm. ..inn hniHin th .ht ot w- sand dollars worth in that lot . ... . ..i v.-j ..v. tiA ter paper, in trutn, sne was mues ot " 1",T hi' ,t prepared an autogenous bacterin or nnH veiira awav at- th. moment, stealth of an animal he crept, tor. , .? . . With effort keeping back the tears the turn in the hall. There he the mg which vhiph hpr i&-var-nM Knn rotild not ! stopped to hide the precious box' , s be expected to understand, shejinsiae nis cioines, men ran 10 me came back to-the present and the ; elevator. -Ten minutes, later, invitation. breathless with excitement and the "It hurts mother's pride so, Tont I speed with which he had covered Of course it's kind and sweet ot the ground, he burst into Station 8. Robin, but to have my daughter's i "Lemme see the chief,' he demand fiance invite her family to a hotel ' ed. "I won't tell anybody else, and on that day, because he knows her it's thousands of dollars," he mother can t afford to have a dtod- gasped. He stuck to his determin- Thu earlv bird has to sit around and wait ' P dinner at hnmp hurts cnipiiv. ' ation and won. "I found this, ' he. for the worm to get up. Why, Tom, your grandfather never , told the chief, "and when I got to One advantage in wearing a derby is no-1 carved a turkey on that day for less the place this said," Tom produced Accent on the Eyes. What is acute coryza? How do you pronounce the word? Is it cur able? Is it like hay fever? MRS. C. A. L. Answer An acute infectious in flammation of the lining of the note fromrthe killed bodies of 'and upper part of the throat. Pro- had found i nounced with the accent on the red eyes. . Usually the victim recovers, the complications may be serious"' or fatal. It resembles hay fever. It -I is mistakenly called head cold. present This might be called a "hair of the dog that bites you." It came ready for use, each dose in a little hermetically sealed ampule. body wants to steal it than sixteen Th. hMt nlar-P to make monev ia alwavs I "0n- we". ma. 1 expect that sort some other place. v IRVIN COBB DESERVES BETTER. President Harding's action in bestowing a commission in the officers' reserve corps upon Irvln Cobb must "have come as a severe blow to this well-known author and humorist. No on likes to be demoted." After the war more or less demotion in the regular army was nec essary in order to get back to normal. But it is difficult to see why it should have been deemed necessary in the case of so delightful a personage as Irvln Cobb. The president should have borne this in mind and it should have been General Cobb or nothing. Irvin Cobb came from Kentucky. As every one knows, no man ever left Kentucky and at tained fame in other fields who failed to win the distinction of being elevated to the rank ot colonel. Kentucky colonels are a part of tha poetry and history of our great background, famous in song and story alike. Forgetting all this, the president comes along and makes Cobb a simple major. A pretty hard blow for one who, in addition to having been a Ken tucky co)onet, is chevalier of the French Legion ot Honor and a Doctor ot Laws (Dartmouth). Our sympathy goes out to Doctor Chevalier Major Colonel Irvin .Shrewsbury Cobb. f Tha president "hadn't orter done It". . Two can live as cheaply as onev until the bills start coming in. i It takes, a train only one second to win the decision over an auto. Ono of our big ship landed -with a list the other day but the list was not a wine list . A woman in Boston went crazy when her new hat arrived. It is usually the husband who does this. ' Yale has a rapid 10-minute mentality test for students. Edison will think it nine min utes too long. Man in Kenmore, Ohio, was fined for get ting hit by an auto. He has promised not to do it again. Everything comes to those who wait In Chicago, bandits held up a cafe and robbed the waiters. - Trig Speaker of the Cleveland ball team caught a calf and tied it in 21 second. It is not known what position the calf will play. I tt thintr icvt't Anna oa iYiiifli tinwa . ! lini'U MMionlaJ Trtni with avSaitnnrl Ui a, vuuouieaa.aWiu, w ilu wiimviu which made his mother draw her breath in a quick sigh. "What are you going to say to the invite?" "Well, accept, of course, dear. It would break Lib's heart to re fuse, and it would offend Robin. He wouldn't understand.' the newspaper clipping as he talk ed. "I heard a man saying they must get away today and these are pearls," he finished. "Can't we beat it.jsir?" """Beat it's the word, son," came the answers- "An officer not in .uniform will go with you and I'm not going to tell you what to do or say. You go ahead your own way and-hell speak when the time A GOERJIOR'S COW. The famous cow that jumped over the moon when are were young ia going to have her fame dimmed by another cow. Governor-elect Davis ot Kansas says he will take bis cow to th capital and will do his own milking. The maa on horseback may be succeeded by the maa on the milking stooL But who, we4ak. will keep the flies off theeow when the governor la milking and the flies off the state, at the same time? Tet a , man can do a "powerful tot" of good straight thinking for his state while he is milking a cow and not milking the state. It might, be well for all public officers to hav a cow to milk. v THE UGLY DUCKLING. Six school children , at " Cedar Rapids who were supposed to be below normal have been shown by teste to be above normal la ia telligence. Ton can't Jadge bow mack brains a child haa.tr the way he submits to alaagree- Daily Poem Bi BEKTOK B HALEY. CHITALRY. "Alas, all chivalry is dead!" ' The Good Old-Fashioned Person said; "Once on a pedestal there stood The image of True Womanhood. . But to the ground she has descended, Her former glamour now is ended; Our courtly manners have departed, Since all this Feminism started." - . at- "Oh, piffle," laughed the modern woman "We always were extremely human, And chivalry was mostly bluff , And insincere and tiresome staff. You worshiped, ns, or so you cried, But at the same time you denied Our simplest rights, our dearest wishes, 'Stay home,' you said, "and wash the dishes.' T "L4k on a 'pedestal was boring. In spite of -ail your words adoring, " And though this truth may seem to Jar. x You like us better as we are! f Not 'Angles' whom you used to praise, But pals andT comrades through your days And that, dear sir, you most agree. Is worth much more than Chivalry!" - "Good for you, ma. Then that's comes.' settled. I'm off now. Old Ryder . The time came after Tom had kicks like a steer if you're late," , handed over the box and pocketed and with a resounding kiss,- Tom the $25. was away to" the florists, with; "Aren't you going to open the whom he bad a standing Saturday box?" suggested' his companion, and Sunday contract to deliver or- pleasantly. "How do you know the ders. ! kid's on the square?" Tom was standing on the rear l "We'll chance it on his phiz," the platform; and an enforced slowing ' older of the two said. Time was down ot the line ot trolleys gave life to him. Every second counted, him a clear view of a small wooden , "Just the same, I'd advise open- box lying in the gutter. It looked jng it." As he spoke, the officer like a box that had not been open- placed his back squarely against ed. String and- seals smooth and the door and his right hand went to tight, caught his observing glance. his hip pocket, while the left turned Kind ot an interesting box, Tom back the lapel of his coat exposing thought It had a lost look. In ' a significant badge. "No use to fact -it was the kind of thing that 'make a fuss about it, Dow. "You're a boy like Tom had to investigate, pinched." - He swung off the car and ran back. Three days later Tom was sum- Yes, it was quite surely lost, for , moned to the chiefs office. "This the fastenings were secure and the i js Mr. Mooar, Tom," was his Intro address was St. Louis. It struck '.Ruction to a tat flourishing look him that it was queer with so ; jng' gentleman, who surveyed Tom much postage, there was no return ! with a pair of particularly bright address. Old Ryder jrould have 'gray eyes. "He's come over from fussed about that. He turned it ; jjew yorg to meet you." , over in his hands. What to do be-1 The fat gentleman laughed "And came an absorbing question. Two?, tew other little things," be added. Argus Information Bureau (Aar leader caa (at (fee aaawar to aa;r olloa by writinc Tba Anrue Infona Clou Bureau. Vnderle J. Haakin. Director. Wmst,r.non. I. C. Give fu'l Dime tat ddicap aad caclwe twoml stamp for t itont poatare. Be brief. All inouinrt an fonndeeUal. tue replteaetnff wot oVtfat to eeca tntjridual. Ho attention vfU at paia to annonjrmoua ietters.1 dares that Peary "reached tie Q. At what time can the cadets at the United States military acad emy be seen drilling? E. E. government north pole Q. When did the A. Several companies of the ca-icoin half-cent Dieces? dots at West Point drill eachTlay K. W. R. L. T- about 4 o'clock. The entire corps A. The coinage of half-cent places does not drill at cne time after j commenced in 1793. None was Sept 1. Between June and Septem-1 coined in 1798, 1799, 1801, 1S12 lo ber the whole corps has parade 1824 inclusive, 1S27, 1830. 1837 to every afternocj j 1839 inclusive. The coinage '" Q. What prison was known as discontinued in 1857. The total the English Bastile? G. K. " 1 coinage in half-cent pieces amouut- A. This name was applied ' to ; ed to $39,926.11. oldbath Fields Prison, a London j q. where is the longest tunnU? Jail erected in the time of James I. ; E. W. T. It became inadequate andj wasj a. The longest tunnel in tie O. Were tho words "discoverv of! world is the Siftiolon tunnel be- the north pole" in the pension Win twe-n Italy and Switzerland. The of Robert E. Peary? P. L. i lqngest tunnel in North America Is A. The bill retiring Admiral I the Rogers Pass tunnel, and the Pearv and tonnVrinr th thanks of ! lnmeost in the Pnited Slates is the congress tloes not contain the words Cunnlson tunnel: in southwest Colo- discoverer" or "discovery", but Ce-j rado. ' r CAN'T RESIST A WHITE SPACE years of contact with business, even as a boy meets it had given Tom intelligence beyond hip age. He decided to tell no one, and to Uwatch the papers. In the ' Lost and r ound column of one of the Sunday journals he read the following: , , "REWARD 905 Park Row, Room 832.' $25 reward will be given any person returning . ; to above address small wooden . box addressed ' to Hergeshu ' mann A Co., St Louis, if box - Is ip same condition as when ' lost" ' "It's a .cinch they dont want any one to know whata in it," thought the boy, shrewdly. All right it wasn't anybody's business, he Cap able tasks any more .than you caa grade a dog by tricks. And then, ot coarse, there was the non-conformist dock that happened to be a swan. One cannot estimate the intelligence ot another until the world agrees on some defi nition as to what intelligence really ia. The admirable Cricbton was more intelli gent Jhan the arlsticrat he served, The Hop! Indian, is more Intelligent on a barren maa than the white broker from New York, and a-ai ' im m - . v-i' concuuous wouia reverse geographically. - At the risk of encouraging the personal inclina tions .of childhood it may be questioned wheth er the docile pjipU. ready with all lesson, and mora interested fit calculations than kites, is a Dencr aaman product than : the bey who Plays hookey and knows where the sannsh are. bitUa . "So you're the boy who found my wife 8 pearls, are your "Yes, sir. I mean I found the box. I didn't know it was pearls when I picked It up." "No. ot course not. And I sup pose you didn't know it was part of a string worth three nundred thousand dollars which, was stolen last May? Or that the reward I offered was five hundred dollars? It looks to me as if it belongs to you, my boy. We may not get all the beads, but we're on the track, thanks to your honesty and intelli gence. And it you - ever want ad vice or help when you get older you come right to R. H. Mooar." "Can you get up a dinner good enough tor Lib's beau with that posed, and $25 was $25. He was I mar; Tom landed like a cyclone still of a mind to keep his own counsel and the next day, which was Monday, secured an hour s leave from an indulgent school teacher and at 9:30 was in the ele vator of the building indicated in the advertisement Room 813 proved to ie around a corner, at the end of a long,ner row hallway:: The sound of an ex cited; angry voice reached Tom's ears as he naared the door.' "If opening the box," it was saying, "we could have got away with it Nobody'd dare to break the seals on a piece of mail " i "Oh, wouldn't v they!" another voice broke in. "Any gny'd know there was something phoney about all them stamps and no sender's ia his mother's kitchen and flung ten-dollar bill on the table. "Be cause it you can I know where there's plenty more." . For one staggering moment Mrs. Kimball had the thought that her pride had driven the boy to theft Her face betrayed her. "Oh, mummy. - you dont ' think that?" He flung hi arm about ber and in Jerky sentences told his you hadn't put in that about not fashioned dinner at home?" he asked, "wltl "Turkey and all the fixings.' " his mother answered, "and pies, and nuts and raisins, and ice cream and 'eVrything.' And we'll ask yon re uucie Lioweit ana me uoss- 1 1 sVi ) 1 1 . - I ' Harrison Fisher, famous artist is shown here on the S. S. Pari bound tor France where he will study types of feminine beauty to de lieht American mac azine readers. The rreat American artist couldn i "And perhaps there'll be 16 of - resist the white wall of the Bhlp. Ha bad to make a beauty grow aher na attar ail. ma,'' V . ' bhw hadjuoaat beieza.