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ROBBERS LOOT MAIL TRUCK AT
LEISURE ON BROADWAY,
TAKE FOUR POUCHES
MRS. MARIE FORREST
BULLETINS SENT OUT URGING
REALTORS TO AID MOVEMENT.
LENINE ADMITS DEFEAT AND
CALLS ON RUSSIA TO RE
MONEY PAID IN WAGES WILL
BRING COUNTRY BACK TO
TRIO DISAPPEAR IN AUTOMOBILE
AFTER THREAT TO KILL
Ifff !,fB l-pifr fiuou Nt-B) Smi., I
New York. Tlnvo niiiH'il luiuilita
In an automobile forcml the driver of
a mail truck to stop mi lower Itroml
way while they rifled Hie truck of four
louche of rrglMfrrd mail, viilued at
?1,(NX),0U0 liy iiiiNtiil iiiitliorities.
The truck was on its wtiy from
the city hull station to the Pennsyl
vania railroad terminal with seven
teen pouches of mail, eleven of llieni
containing reKistereil matter. The
driver had yone only a few hlocks
when n green autoniohih conlainin
three men drew nloiisiile. Tin y con
fronted him with drawn revolvers and
ordered him to -low down.
At Leonard street two men jumped
from the automobile onto the truck
ami ordered the driver to i:el down
from his seat, i hie held a revolver to
the driver's head, he .-aid, while the
oilier pointed his weapon at liN stoiu
Forcing the driver to Mini over the
key, one handit unlocked the ca'e and
pawed over Ihe pouches in-ide. Se
Jectlni; four, he transferred I hem to
the automobile which sin.nl at the
cii rli with its motor ruiuiiii-'. After
i hreuteniny to "blow his brains out"
if he moved, the driver said, the trio
moved off ltroadway west through
Leonard street and disappeared.
The driver, 1'rank 1 lavranick,
said that after sallsfyini; himself his
life was no longer in danger, he got
hack on the truck and drove to tin
ISt-ucli street police station. A general
alarm for the green automobile was
-cut out at once ami postal inspectors
The driver, when iueslioued by
postal inspectors, said that he had
looked in vain lor a policeman. The
wholesale dry goods district around
Ilroudway and Worth street is gener
ally deserted at night and there is lit
tle street traffic after business hours.
I lavranick was able to furnish the
postal Inspectors with part of the li
cense number of the car.
Makes Claim for Swimming Mark.
Alameda, t 'allf. 'lalms for a new
world's record In the .'iiMI-iiii-lrr swim
will he made to the international rcc
ord committee for l.udy I. anger, for
mer I'nlverslty of ( 'allforiiiii star, who
swam the distance In six minutes for
ty-eight and two -fifths seconds here.
At present the recognized record, held
by Normal) Itoss, is six minutes fifty
five and four-fifths seconds, l'endlng
before the record committee is n mark
of six minutes forty-nine and three
fifths seconds made hy Krnio I'.org of
Mr. Duke Gets Divorct.
Philadelphia. A final decree in (11
vorco was handed down to Mrs. 'nr-
ilella Middle I Mike, formerly I'ordelln
Jtiddle, daughter of Major ami Mrs.
Anthony .1. Drexel Kiddle, against
Angler K. Duke, in Common I'leus
I'oint. Mrs. Inike charged cruelly.
Mrs. I Mike w as married in I'.M.'i w hen
only 17 years of age, and In October,
J'Jl'.t, instituted divorce proceedings
against her hiislianil, who possesses
MO.OiKI.IXN) p, bis own right ami Is
heir to the .'iH.inninni ljuke tobacco
Beer Allowed As Medicine.
Washington. As 'unexpected ns a
rain storm In n desert, regulations s-r-mltiing
manufacture and ue of beer
for medical purposes were issued hy
the Treasury Department. Withheld
since March .1, when former Attorney
General I'liltm-i- held the Use of beer
as a medicine to he legal under the
prohibition laws, Issuance of the lieer
regulations came as a surprise to lead
ers of the dry forces, who declared
there had hecn rui undcr-tuudiiig with
the treasury that the new rules should
not he promulgated until the Senate
had acted on the anti-beer hill.
Mathewion Get $30,000 Check.
New York. A cliei k for :),f "J has
Just been sent lo Christy Mathewsoii,
who Is fighting tulterisilosls at Sar
unac Lake. The money was paid hy
New York hasehall fans at a lieliefit
game for the former' Claut pitcher
Sept. W. Mat he win's gift is more
than the players' Jmol in the world
series of when Matty pitched the
;iants to three victories and the cham
pionship over the Athletics. The 1!R."
players' pool was lt'.:7,4.H.
Carolina Mob Lynch Negro.
Allendale, 8. C Ed Kirkland. a ne
gro under arrest, charged with having
killed K. P. Walker of Appleton, was
taken from custody hy a naih and
lynched. The negro was discovered n
the platform of a coach of the train
on which Sheriff Bennett was attempt
ing to take hint to Columbia, and was
shot down. It was said, when lie tried
to escape. The wounded man was
taken in an automobile to Appleton,
w lie re the mob diered, leaving the
lody In the ear.
Famous Woman Author Dead.
Kenosha, Wis. The Her. Ursula
Newell Gestefeld, the founder of tha
"Science and Being" movement, a lec
turer and author, died at the home of
Jier nurse, Mrs. Adeline Briggs, after
an illness of several months' duration.
Mrs. Oestefeld was born in Augusta,
Me. She became a member of the co
terie which gathered around Dr. Mary
Baker Eddy, the founder of the Chris
tian Science movement. For many
year she was a lecturer in Boston and
Mr. Marie Mooro Forrest, who it
directing th pageant for the first
week of tha conference on limitation
CONSULS GET LETTERS
POLICE GUARD BUILDINGS TO
COMMUNISTS THREATEN AMERI
CANS IN FRANCE WITH
DEATH AS REPRISALS.
iTfstfio Nerpfr luiun Ns Srriirt. I
l'aris.--A plot by l'remli coiumun
Ibts to take retaliatory measure
ngain-t all American officials In
Trance In the event of the execution
of Sacco ami Vanzetll, convicted in
the. l ulled Slates of murder, was re
vealed when It became known that
threats had been made to blow up the
offii-cs of the American reparations
commission and the passport bureau.
Threatening letters warning of
reprisals in the event of the death of
the Iwo men were also received by the
American consul general, A. M. Thack
ara, ami the American consuls al Mer
sellles, Itordcuux and Lyons. As a re
sult strong forces of police are guard
ing I hi new building near the I'lace
ile I.'i:tolle, occupied hy the repara
tions and passport offices, and also
the consulate in the Hue des llulicus.
Tin) police in Kordeiiux, Lyons and
Marseilles tire guarding consulates
Letters to the passport and rcparu
Hons officials were not signed, hut a
letter received hy Mr. Thackuru was
klgiied hy the communist organization
lu i una 1 1 town near l.ille. It Is said
retaliatory measures would he taken
against American citizens In I'm nee if
the men were executed.
No arrests had been announced hy
the Trench police in connection with
the explosion of u bomb in Ambassa
dor Derrick's Inline, and police say
they huve abandoned the theory of a
plot and believe that the sending of
the bomb was the act of an Individual
Police have discovered the post of
ficii where the package was mailed.
It Is located lu the workmen's ipiarter.
Ambassador Ilerrhk received forty
six more letters of protest. Including
one threatening lives of American offi
cials in Trance.
The Americans do not accept the
theory of the police; they believe u
widespread plot exists to do serious
harm to Americans. The latest let
ter to the ambassador is signed by
the coiuuitinist-snclallst ami young
communist organizations of Chalons-
Sur-Mani and is stumped with the
fficlnl ttenl of these bodies.
Morse Reported in Mexico.
1 leaver. "Edw in K. Morse, hank tel
ler who absconded from the Interna
tional Trust Company last August,
and his comnnliloll in flight. Miss Ma
bel Tenfold, funnier comptometer oper
ator at the bunk, are tiring in tne
height of fashion and luxury at the
Rgels hotel ill Mexico City, Mexico."
This was the declaration of Dr. M. 1.
Von David, well known psychologist
and efficiency exitert. who just re
turned from a research tour of Mexi
co, and who says he talked freely with
Creeks Greet Premier.
New York. Thousands of (Jreeks
rave former Premier Vcnlzelos of
tireeiw n vociferous welcome when lie
landed from the Aquitanla with his
l.i-i.l.. He said bis visit bad no si-
il significance. "I nm coining to en-
Joy a rest," he said. After a short
stay iu New- York lie will go to Santa
Barbara, Calif., to remain until after
Christmas. He will try to visit every
state In the L'uion, and later go to
Murder Suspects turned in am.
Orange, Vs. Two negroes, sus
pected of having been iniplh-ated in
the murder f 8her1ff W. C. Bond and
Town Sergeant J. K. Boyer, were
burned to death when surrounded by
a posse in a bam bear tlie wene of
the double murder. Tlie larn is sup
posed to have been set on fire by dis
chargee from shotguns operated by the
two negroes. Steven members of the
posse were slightly wounded In the at
tack. Women Farmers to Organize.
Chicago. America's "farm women-
are being organised In the first move
ment of Its kind In history. It was an
nounced by the American Farm Bu
reau Federation. An organization 2.
(""i.UO strong Is expected to material
ise. Jane Addams, noted social work
er, will address tha federation's newly
appointed women's committee. The
farm women will endearer to improve
the farm community and borne from
octal, health, economic, cultural and
at vie standpoints.
ADOPT NEW PROGRAM
SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT IS NECES
SARY TO REACH GOAL
SOUGHT BY SOVIETS.
( Siifry Vwtpapcr I'uloo Nisi Stole. I
Kiga. After a long rest in the
country. Premier l.enlne of soviet Kus
sia has returned with an admission ol
communists' defeat, according to an
account of a speech he made before
the Congress of Political Workers hi
Moscow, given out hy the Itosta
ageiicv, official Bolshevist news ills
semlnator. "Our new economic policy
in substance follows from tho fact
thai we have suffered u strong defeat
and have begun to carry out a strate
gic lelrciil," he declared. "Before we
are defeated finally let us slep hack
and refoi in anew, hut on a stronger
"Everybody sees what a sharp turn
I he soviet powers and the Communist
party have taken hy adopting a nr-w
economic policy, which. In substance,
contains more of the old regime than
our previous policy. The attitude of
the sin let toward economic question
during Hie first half of 11118 was ex
traiirdiniirily cautious. Then the ne
cessity of considering the peasants al
ways was pointed out, and the role of
state capitalism In socialistic construe
t Ion was considered.
"The chil war and the desperate
position in which the republic found
Itself compelled us to change directly
to communistic, production anil distri
bution. However, a not very b'ngiliy
experience convinced us that without
having gone through a period of social
istic adjustment and investigation, it
was not possible to reach even the
lowest steps of communism.
"There can he no douht that on the
economic front, lu the nttcitipt to
come over to communism toward the
spring of lfrjl, we suffered n defeat
more serious than any we had experi
enced. Tills showed our economic
policies failed to huve their feet on
tlie ground and did not create thai
raising of productive . powers recog
nized in 1 1 party program as funda
mental and urgent.
"We must face the fact that we ire
re establishing capitalism and also the
question of whether the peasantry will
follow the capitalists or tlie conimun
ists. If tlie capitalists organize quick
er and belter, they will send us coin
uiuulsts to the devil.
"The present return to capitalism
Is not the re-eslahlislilng of private
ownership, but of personal coniniuii'
1ft ic Interests. In order to reorgan
ize our economic life, we must Inter
est every specialist ; and in this we
have failed so far by direct attack.
Now we must make n turning move
ment. If we again fall, every one of
us will go to tho devil and be hanged,
and will deserve It.
"I say to you: 'Go into business.
Work with the capitalist by your side,
both Russian and foreign, who will
get l' per cent out of you. l.et him
get rich, but learn from him, and only
then will the true communistic re
public be created. It la hard, diffi
cult, wrenching toil, but all of us must
do It, as there Is no other way out.'"
Mrs. Cody Dead.
Cody. Buffalo Bill's widow, Mrs.
Louisa I'rederlcl Cody, is dead. After
an Illness of five months she passed
away suddenly as the result of a heart
attack ut her home here. Khe' cele
brated her seventy-eighth birthday on
May 7 last. Ixuilsa Frederlcl was
married to Vol. William F. Cody In
old Krenchtow n, near Sfv Louis, March
l. lHtitf. w hen Cody ws only 21 years
old. He bail just 1i?hji discharged from.
the Federal army after sefvlng as a
cavalry icout during the Civil wsr.
Mrs. 1'ody, who was tha daughter of
a liatlve of Alsace-Lorraine. i1
Anteroom Celling Falls in 3enate.
Washington. Tlie great gohl "chan
delier In the President's room off the
Senate chumlsT was badly .damaged
when part of the celling fell and broke
gold and gls globes. Menators Poin
erene of Ohio, and Kwanson of Vir
ginia, were showered with debris but
Governors to Meet Dee. Ith.
Madison, Wis. State governors will
meet st Charleston, S. C Iee. 5' for
their annual meeting to consider prob
lems confronting the country, M. C.
Itilev, Tetry of the conference, an
nounced, l iieuiployiuent will be one
of the riiiclwl subjects, Mr. Riley
To Speed Up uildina Plana.
Sacramento, Calif. Tentative plans
for speeding up n building campaign
for the neit six months which will re
sult in the exenditarc of approximate
ly ,ui,KW by the state la the con
struction of new buildings and tbe Im
provement of other among the num
erous stste institutions have been
made hy tbe "rate Board of Control
and tha State Department of PuWIc
Works, according to announcement by
Egertnn MHsre of Use board of control.
1,790,000 Idle In England.
Ixndon Tbe situation In England
as regards trsde and ajneroploymont Is
worso than at any tlroe si oca tbe end
of tbe Napoleonic wars, dadarod Pre
mier IJoyd UeoTg la tha Hons of
Commons In outlining tbe gerem-
ment's policy oa these two subjects.
At present, be said, there are 1.790,-
000 persons smemptoyed. and ndded
that the greatest nnearotoyment was
tbe metal trades. He declared that
tbe canoe for this sitasttoa roald an
be summed na la oa word war.
IWttttrB Nfppr I'Ufed Sfwi Strike.)
Chicago. Methods by which realtors
may lend great assistance lo President
llurding and Hecretary Hoover ill their
efforts to relieve unemployment and
stimulate action in the building indus
try were outlined lu a bulletin sent to
the presidents of the Wi local real es
tate hoards In the Tnlled Slates hy 1.
H. llielt, president of Ihe National As
sociation of Ileal F.-I ale Boards.
"Activity in the building industry
will provide employment for hundreds
of thousands," he said. Millions of
dollars a day puld in wages would be
used to buy products of farm unit fac
tory and so bring employment to men
anil women in oilier fields.
"Persuade your local authorities to
establish n 'special committee on
building activities.' Instruct jour com
mittee on federal in operation lo sur
vey tlie building silnalion. Turn the
light of publicity on any lines that
persist in maintaining unjustifiable
prices and bring all pressure nvallahle
to bear for proper readjustments of
"Trge building and loan men and
savings bank officers to provide addi
tional capital for construction work.
If sufficient capital Is not obtainable,
organize building and loan associations
in your offices. Tse publicity to urge
the public to deposit funds In Institu
tions that loan for building."
lienver. Action looking toward co
operation with national bodies on the
unemployment situation was taken by
the lienver Civic and Commercial As
sociation following a members' coun
cil meeting held at the Civic and Com
V. O. W inston of Minneapolis, W.
A. Rogers of Chicago, l. A. liurher and
Frederick L. Crawford of New York
City, all nationally known contractors,
addressed this meeting. These men
are members of the Associated Gen
eral Contractors of America and are
touring the United Slutes at their own
expense to lay before the people the
necessity for a revival of building as
one of tlie means of bringing the coun
try hack to a noriiiul business basis,
and of relieving the present unemploy
ment sit nation.
"Tims Will Adjust Business."
Chicago. Charles M. Schwab, chair
man of the executive hoard of the
Hetlilelieni Steel Corporation, told
members of the American Mining Con
gress at their annual banquet that to
his mind there is nothing In tha busi
ness situation which time and the laws
of trade and economics will not
straighten out. The danger, he said,
lies in tho effort to force an adjust
ment through legislation.
Boy Kicksd to Death. .
Omaha, Neb. Unable to stop his
bicycle, which had got beyond Ids con
trol while going down a steep grade,
Oscar Stone, 12 years old, collided
with a horse which was feeding by the
roadside near Council Bluffs, and was
kicked to death. The horse's hoof
struck the boy in the neck, cutting the
Jugular vein, and ha bled lo death he-
fore help could reach him.
Bey Begs Govsrnor for Death,
Indianapolis, Ind. Bay Parse, ' 17-year-old
confessed slayer of his high
school girl sweetheart, who is In the
Terra Haute jail awaiting trial on a
charge of first degree murder, asked
Governor McCray to "send Mm to the
electric chair." In a letter to tha gov
emer tho boy says: ''I want death.
See If you rau get me the ' electric
chair Instead of life." --' '
Major General Wltharspoon Dead.
Washington. MaJ. Gen. William W.
Wltherspoon, retired, former Chief of
stuff of the army and Head of Ihe war
college, died at his residence here a
a result jot a heart attack. H was
71 years old. Ijls , widow and son,
Uent. . Alexander 8. jVltherspoon,. .U,
H. N, survive. ...
Poss and Bandit Battle.
Omaha, Neb. One man was shot to
leatli and two others will die and a
fourth was severely wounded In pis
tol battle between bandit and a sher
iffs posse ten miles southwest of
Osceola, low, after the bandits had
looted the postofflc anfl three stores
at Columbia, Iowa.
- Get Big Estat Back.
fhlcaso The three-rear fight of K.
W". Morrison. &-rear-old millionaire.
f.r control of hi estate, ended when
jury set aside a previous order ad
judging blin a spend thrift and re
turned to tbe sged man property val
ued at t-V00,000.
Cank Looter la Suicide.
Miami, ns. The "man of mystery,"
who committed suicide In a local ho
tel, has bora identified a Warren C
Spargin, missing president of tbe
Michigan Avenue Trust Company of
Cfalcago, by W. F. Bennett of Miami,
Intimate friend of Spurgln. Bennett
was positive la hi Identification, say
ing be could not be mistaken. Tbe
Identification followed Bennett' read
ing a local newspaper article comment
ing on tbe likeness of tbe deed man
to tbe missing banker.
Four Students Killed in Wreck.
Danville, III. Stanwood Johnstone
of Minnesota. Herbert Hopkins, Port
land, Or. ; Tbomas Mob Haw, Chicago,
and Harold Skinner of Oak Park, III-,
were killed, and Walter Reckless of
Wisconsin suffered a broken leg
injured band wbea the automobile la
which tbey were riding was bit by
Chicago It East era III loots freight
tram on cross! s( one mile norm of
MUf ord. IIL An member of the party
rr students at tbe Ualrerslty of
Exclusive photograph of Maximilian
Harden, the noted German Journalist
and foe of tho kaiser and the Junker
who planned to come to the Unitee
States to dsliver lectures, but hai
abandoned the project
SHARP FIGHTING NEAR CAPITOL
REPULSE INVADING ARMY IS
ADVANCE IS HALTED
MARTIAL LAW IS PROCLAIMED
TRACKS ARE TORN UP TO
(Snun Nocpupir Colon Ntl SrnlM )
Budapest The Hungarian govern
ment, while Charles and Ids army were
yet some miles from the capital, was
standing firmly against bis restora
tion to the throne. Covernment troops
soon nfter word as received of his In
tention to invest or invade Hudepest,
established a line of defense around
Bickerwieh, fifty miles from Budapest.
These troops wen- under stringent or
ders to prevent (lie passage of Charles'
train and ns u precaution tlie rails
were torn up.
Charles., apparently gained some
ground, PS the troops at Kouiorn are
suld to have sworn allegiance to him.
Former F.mpress Zitu is believed lo be
with him, but it suffering from a cold.
Tlie cabinet, ufler notifying the al
lies of Its decision (o oppose tlie re
storation of Charles, remained In ses
sion. The Betlilen cabinet claims to be
master of the situation, and there is
apparent calm here,
Martial Ihw has been proclaimed
throughout Hungary and Regent Hor
thy bus Issued n manifesto to th
country to keep order. He calls on the
people to "restrain the ltoyallsts and
plotters who are plunging Hungary In
It Inevitable and final catastrophe."
The cabinet council has resolved to
fight tlie "conspirators."
Vienna. Soldiers supporting fonnet
Kiuperor Churles lu his second attempt
to regain the throne lu Hungary have
reached Btiduor, four miles from tlu
capital, where sharp fighting was In
progress. Itegent Horthy Is reported
to bo leading the troops against
Churles. Sound of the guns was audi
ble In Budapest.
The situation In Hungary Is beyond
th knowledge of the Austrian foreign
office, which lost communication w itk
Budapest. There have been many ru
mors, Including one repotting the en
try of Charles, former king, Into Buda
pest, the defection of some govern
ment forces to him, repulse of. tin
monarchist forces and other conflict
ing Information. But it Is known
there has been brisk' fighting - neai
Budapest. " 1 ' ' ' '
Three divisions have been called l
the colors to reinforce, troops' on tin
Hungarian, border,- and all rallroat
communications with Hungary, were
occupied' last night. The government
is in couimunicntlon with - Creche
Slovakia and ltuuianla, as well as wltl
Bomb Wrecks Herrick Hems.
Paris. A bomb exploded In tin
house of Myron T. Herrick, the Anier
lean ambassador, seriously Injuring
the valet who oened the package con
taluing it. Ambassador Herrick ar
rived at the house two minutes after
tbe bomb blew tip.' The bomb explo
sion followed receipt of threatening
letter which have been coming to th
ambassador in the last few days In
connection with the esses of two Ital
ians recently convicted of murder in
Admiral Beatty in U. S.
New York. HI goldbralded cap
cocked Jauntily over hi left ear, Ad
miral Earl Beatty landed to receive
a hearty welcome from thousands. By
his aid wa Read Admiral Hugh Rod
man of the Americas nary. Admiral
Rodman, honorary aide to the first sea
lord, bad Journeyed down the harbor
to meet his old comrade. Accompany
ing tbe admiral were hi American
wife, their son, Peter Beatty, aged 12,
and Mis Gwendolyn Field, Lady
awtelle Without Government
to Angeles, Calif. The community
Kawtello. which during recent
month ha been considered part of
Lo Angela, has become a city with
out a aovernment. Following a deci
sion of the Stat Supreme Court that
th annexation election under which
Sawtell became a part of Los Angeles
wss Illegal nd tbe refuoal of th
ceart to rehear tlx esse, Le Angeles
aanaielDal officer withdraw firemen
id police from the dlatrlct
Never say "Aspirin" without saying "Bayer."
WARNING! Unless you see name "Bayer" on tablets,
you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by
physicians over 21 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Accept only "Bayer" packafe which contains proper directions.
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets Bottles of and 100 All druggists.
Aaplrla 1 Ux Ind Birk of Barer Manunctsn of lioaaoIlcscldMMt ot Sailcjll WIS
Ttx ninny people regard speed and
progress ns synonymous.
WOMEN NEED SWAMP-ROOT
Thoutande of women have kidney and
bladder trouble and never suspect it.
omen s complaints often prove to be
nothing elae but kidney trouble, or tbe
retult of kidney or bladder disease.
It the kidneye are not in a healthy
condition, they may cause the other or
gans to become diseased.
ram in the back, beadache. lose of am
bition, nervousness, are often times symp
toms of kidney trouble.
Don t delay starting treatment. Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a physician's pre
scription, obtained at any drug atore, may
be just the remedy needed to overcome
Get a medium or luree size bottle im
mediately from any drug store.
However, if you wish first to test this
great preparation aend ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer a Co.. Binehamton. N. Y.. for
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper, Advertisement.
The Place for Alphonae.
"Alphonse," suld the heiress, "I have
Thinking of me, precious?" asked
Indirectly, yes ; I have been think
ing that if you married me, everybody
would sny you only did so to get my
"What care I for the unthinkable
"Hut, Alphonse, I will marry you."
"My own dnr "
"And I will not have people say un
kind things about you, so I have ar
ranged to give my fortune to the mis
sionaries. Why, Alphonse, where are
Alphonse paused long enough on his
way to the door to look back and
mutter: "I'm going to be a mission
She Was' Sort of Drowsy tike.
nuRlmnd (reading paper) Here's
something about a girl: who slept con-
. I 1 ...... Uw..l. V .nnifiyH
If It wnsn t.tne same one wno orfceq
for us last yeah, , ...
You remember the story
of the Pitcher :
.." . It made kood many-trip) to thejwell and At
came back In good order,
"I can take care of myself," It naid "they
don't need to talk about risk to me." a
But it went once too often.
After that it was only part of a pitcher, and
they didn't need to talk to it about risk it knew.
A lot of people won't believe coffee can harm
them until it does harm them.
"Nonsenser they say, "it never disturbs me."
When it does disturb them, then they know.
Often the disturbance which they then recog
nize is the result of irritations to nerve and di
gestion which have been going on for a long time.
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Tbe risk of coffee's harm is gone when tbe
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Life aa I See it
I admire these stories In which the
hero struggles along nobly on S4,U00
per year. Statistics show that 00 per
cent of us never earn thut much.
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WOULDN'T STAND FOR REBUKE
Beggar Woman Had Her Own Point of
ViewJ Concerning "Business" 8h '
Was Engaged In.
Secretary I.awson Iurdy of th
Charity Organization society said at
a dinner In New Yok :
Trofesslonol beggar ar a elf
righteous crew. What I mean 1 that
tbey regard their trade the sam
you and I regard honest work. On
winter afternoon I came on beggaasa
woman I knew of old. She wa beg
ging In a bitter wind on corner, and
three little children In calico rugs shiv
ered at iter side.
"'You Jane,' I said reproachfully.
'You begging! And those three little
ones I They aren't really your at
"Well, dumltall,' said the beggaf
woman. 'I wouldn't have to beg so
hard If they were really mine, for
then I wouldn't be forking over a dol
lar a day to hlr them.' " Lo Angeles
"That was some haul," said th hold
"A few more like II," replied, b la
partner, "and we'll be able to becoroa
landlords, and jnak real money."
New York Sun. .
"'Do not'lpt fear of ridicule keep
troiu expressing high Ideals.1