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THE HOLBROOK NEWS, HOLBROoK, ARIZONA. JULY 20. 1021.
Only the Children Are Enjoying Haulini; hay for the stock is no for miles and miles. So while watering hesitate they get there, as this chap is Regaining Here is a remarkable action picture taken during the polo games at Hurllngham, England, In which the American "team recaptured the international trophy. It shows a sharp tussle in front of the American goal. Decoration Day JS3 I . . . L Boy scouts of Tokyo and Yokohama led the parade of several hundred .Americans from Yokohama general cemetery where graves of Americans were decorated. The scouts carried flags of the United States and Japan. Indians for Plymouth Celebration This group of Passamaquoddy Indians from Uncle Sam's farthest East reservation, five miles from Eastport, Maine, will conduct their unique Indian Tillage for ten weeks at the Plymouth tercentenary. Longest of Suspension Bridges ;o.o.o,o.o.o,o,o.ooIoj3.o,oo,Q,o,o.o,oio.o, A suspension bridge' across the Delaware river, linking Philadelphia and Camden, N. J., has been approved by the joint Pennsylvania-New Jersey com missioners. The propose-! bridge will surpass by 150 feet the longest sus pnsion bridge in the world. This is a photograph of the engineers' sketch. WORTH France proposes compulsory physi cal training for school girls. Beethoven learned to play the harpsicord at the age of four. The surface of the Dead sea is 1,400 feet lower than the surface of the Medi terra ean. Strawberry vine production Is one of the big industries of the Shasta dis trict in California, one grower shipping 203.000 vines last season. - l4l Ml - easy job now In Cowlitz county, Washington, where floods have Inundated farms the stock Is easy, feeding it is something of a problem. But farmers don't doing, half a load ata time. the International 5 2Z in Yokohama KNOWING Weighing scarcely more than a pound and easily held In one hand, a new electrically-driven hair clipper can be supplied with current from a light socket. There have been many women ex hibitors at the Royal academy, but In the whole of its history there have been only two womén royal academi cians. They were Mary Moser and the famous Angelica Hauffman. This Work HA il-v ; f a.ü I Si1 St Polo Cup MASCOT OF SENATORS Herbert Young, mascot of the Wash ington baseball team, is proud of this baseball. He was photographed leav ing the White House where President Harding added his signature to those of all . the famous players who have visited the Washington park. COMPLETING HER TRIP Miss Zonaia Vitkowski, the pretty Russian girl shown here, has reached San Francisco on her journey around the world, begun before the outbreak of the war. Miss Vitkowski's family, headed by her father, a wealthy Pet rograd business man. was in Japan on the way around the world when the war broke out. All their posses sions were seized by the Bolshevists in the revolution and now the Vitkow ski's live on an Australian estate, where for some time past the girl has been amusing herself by hunting kan garoos. But even that exciting sport palled and now she is finishing the circumnavigation started more than seven years ago. Presidents Who Served Two Terms. The first president to serve eight years was Jefferson, who was fol lowed in turn by Madison and Monroe, eight years each. Then came John Quincy Adams, who had one term only. He was followed by Jackson with two full terms, ending in 1837. Then came a break of 40 years, until 1877, before President Grant retired after eight years' occupancy of the Whit House. Cleveland served eight yeawi, 1885-89 and 1893-97, but his two terms were interrupted by that of Benjamin Han rliion. 1889-93. "There Is Nothing Business as Is By HERBERT C. HOOVER. Secretary of Commerce The relation tutes to the anti - structive contribution to public welfare. I I i Jiauy vl uiem collect lmonnauon as to proQuc- r xt J V 1 tion, stocks of industry in active f which when available to the public contribute both to stability and increasing efficiency of industry and to protection of both the smaller ! manufacturer and the consumer. A smaller number of such associations have been engaged in the coL lection of data on the prices for the of these associations have been charged with delimiting areas of com' modity distribution among their members and other misuse of informa' tion. Whether these latter practices trust laws must be determined by the is proceeding to find out. All this raises anew the question commission. The original conception among other things, advise business the restraint of trade laws, but these of actual legislation. It seems to me that seven years' experience with the commission should now enable a reconsideration of its powers with a view to giving it a more constructive function, subject, eral, by which it could remove the uncertainties from the minds of business men as to the line between the field duction and trade and the field of practices against public interest. There is nothing so destructive of business Value of Public Playgrounds to Young Can Hardly Be Overestimated By GEORGE G. The value of public playgrounds movement to increase the number of spreading throughout the country. grounds and recreational centers in the country, and they are helping boys and girls to become athletic The effect they have in keeping boys out of trouble with the police is one of the most important features of the established .playgrounds. The chief of police of San Francisco believes that the establishment of neighborhood recreation centers is a constructive measure toward sup pressing the crime wave, for it has involved in many crimes recently. tem be extended on the ground that without a proper place to play boys with leisure time on their hands are likely to get into trouble. There are likewise fewer street accidents during the season when the playgrounds are used. The playground directors have discovered that summer activities on the playgrounds have practically eliminated all swearing, cheating and stealing among the children. They note with sat isfaction that the spirit of fair play has put the playground bully where he belongs and teach the more timid self-reliance. It is invariably the case with children who use the playgrounds that they gain in weight and in appetite. An Aroused Public Preventive of By ROGER W. TOLL, The campaign against forest fires is essentially one of publicity and education. When all of the people recognize the needless destruction of our natural resources by preventable forest fires, every individual will ex ercise the care necessary to prevent such fires. To check and extinguish a forest fire, once it has a head start, is a difficult matter, but to prevent the start of such a fire is extremely simple. During the past five years, the campers in the United States have been responsible for more than 20,000 forest fires. Greater care in completely extinguishing camp fires and less carelessness with cigars, cigarettes and matches, will prevent the tremendous loss due to these causes. An aroused public opinion is a most efficient remedy and will greatly decrease the necessity for the detection and punishment of the individuals who may continue to endanger the safety of our public" welfare and our valuable heritage of timber resources. A Question That's Intrigued Savants of All Times and All Places By MRS. F. X. PHLNNELL, Cambridge, Mass. A question that has intrigued savants of all times and places is "Do fat women make the best wives, and if so, why ?" A true answer to that would be of inestimable importance. It would rob matrimony of its gamble, guarantee happiness to prospective benedicts, and shatter the silly modern prejudice against obesity. Undoubtedly the answer is affirmative. Since the dawn of history, as shown by the clay tablets lately ex cavated at Nippur, the well rounded woman has been noteworthy for affec tion, good nature, disinclination to worry, and taste and ability in prepar ing food. She is easy-going, restful. thin sisters. In a word, she is comfortable. , Therefore my advice to young men is: Fall in love with a stout woman. The false vivacity, the hectic excitement of the slim girl won't last. Fat and good cooking will. The fleshy girl will cheer your home, smooth your path, and lengthen your life. H. G. Wells, in "The Outline of History" Some writers, even American writers, display a snobbish shame of something homespun about these makers of America. m They feel that Benjamin Franklin, at the court of Louis XVI, with his long hair, his plain clothes and his gawky manner, was sadly lacking in aristocratic distinction. But stripped to their personalities, Louis XVI minded enough to be Franklin's valet. P. Whitehall Wilson As a result the other self-governing British dominions are being drawn closer to the United States. So Destructive of Uncertainty" of trade associations and trade insti trust laws has been discussed at great length in the administration. Of the many thousands of such organizations there is a small minority who have degenerated into ways that make for restraint of trade. All are agreed that the purposes and actions of the vast majority of national associations are a con n j. i- i t raw and other material, percentage of operation, total orders in hand all exclusive use of their members. Some constitute a violation of the anti courts, and this the attorney general of the authority of the federal trade of the commission was that it should, men what constituted a violation of powers were struck out in the course say, to review by the attorney gen of co-operation and promotion of pro as is uncertainty. LEE, San Francisco can hardly be overestimated and the recreational centers for children is There are now more than 4,000 play been found that schoolboys have been He has asked that the playground sys Opinion the Best Forest'Fires Colorado Mountain Cluft She doesn't nag and fret like her was hardly gifted enough or noble- of common problems, Canada and ilii? Daddy's ;?áEveiii Fdiiy Tale GRAHAM BQNMER CCmUOHT IT VBTIIM WWUtfUlKlll - . THE PIGS. "Hello, Porkyr sald-Brotber Bacon. "You know, Brother Bacon, you are getting to be very rude. Tou should call me grand- lather, in a re spectful tonei" "Oh all right," said Brother Ba con, "I'll call you grandfather when ever you wish me t o . Sometimes you aren't so fussy about being called it, are you?"" "It depends on what else I have to think of," said Grandf at her Porky Pig. "What else do you ever have to think of besides food?" asked "Call Me Grand father." Brother Bacon In surprise. Ah, what Indeed?" asked Miss Hain. "What Indeed?" asked Mrs. Pink Pig. "Squeal, squeal, what indeed?" asked Pinky Pig's mother. Grunt, grunt, whatever else do you have to think of besides food?" asked Master Pink Pig. Tes, pray tell us that, squeal. squeal," said Pinky Pig. You'd better tell us, we'd like to know," said Sammy Sausage. You're all getting much excited," said Grandfather Porky Pig. Well," he added, "I have other things to think about besides food. At least one other tiling to think about besides food. And now that I say that, I re mind myself of the fact that I have other things to think about besides food." He has two other things to think about besides food," said Brother Bacon. "What In the world can they be? How astonishing a piece of news Is that." "How very astonishing and surpris ing," said Miss Ham, "squeal, squeal, It is hard to understand what they might be.? It Is almost Impossible to believe that Grandfather Porky Pig, has two other things to think about besides food," said Mrs. Pink Pig. "Grunt, grunt, I can scarcely believe it" Squeal, squeal, I can scarcely be lieve It either," said Pinky Pig's mother. . 'I can scarcely believe It to be pos sible, grunt, grunt," said Master Pink Pig. T can scarcely believe it myself, grunt, grunt," said Pinky Pig. 'I would like to hear what two other things you have to think of be sides food," said Sammy Sausage. "Yes, Grandfather Porky, I would be very glad to hear what they are." 'Oh very well," said Grandfather Porky, "I will tell you." "He Is going to tell ns, grunt, grunt," said Brother Bacon. He is going to tell us, ' squeal, squeal," said Miss Ham. He Is going to tell us, grunt, grunt," said Mrs. Pink Pig. He is going to tell us, squeal, squeal," said Porky Pig's mother. "He Is going to tell us, grunt, grunt," said Master Pink Pig. "He Is going to tell us, squeal. squeal," said Pinky Pig. 'We are to hear," said Sammy Sausage, 'grunt, we are to hear." "Well, give me a chance to teu you then. You pigs all grunt and squeal so much I can't tell you any thing. You take up all the time in grunting and squealing when I might be explain ing myself. "Yes, I have two other things to think about be sides food," Grandf a t ta e r Porky Pig con tinued. One of them Is the beautiful "Impossible to Be lieve.". thought of back scratching and the other Is the beautiful thought of de licious mud. So- you see I have two other thoughts. Yes, flnd fine thoughts they are. But still the thing I think of mostly, I will admit, is food, beautiful, beautiful food!" "The other thoughts are good ones and we're glad to hear them," said Brother Bacon, "but we're very glad that you think mostly of food, for If you didn't you'd be a very queer pig, a queer pig Indeed!" Putten. In a country school the children ere In the habit of using "putten" for nut. The teacher tried to teach them better, and one day after a Iit- lov had written a sentence on a hlnrkhoard she asked the children if they could find a mistake In it. "Yes," answered a pupil. "Where Is Itr the teacher asked. "Why," he answered, "he went and putten putten where he ought to putten put." Wanted Realized Doll. "Mamma," exclaimed four-year-old Elizabeth, "Iwish my doll was real ized." "Why, dear, what do you mean?" asked her mother. "Well, you see she has only glass eyes," replied Elizabeth, "and I want her to have real eyes." Father Take After Him. Visitor Well, my little man, I sup pose you take after your fathei: Little Man (aged five) No, sir, but he takes after me sometimes. 2.1 l-og- erad FARMER'S WIFE NEARLY STARVED Mrs. Peterson Says She Was Afraid to Eat on Account of Trouble That Followed. "I weighed Just a hundred and three pounds when I begin taking Taalac, but now I weigh a hundred and twenty-two pounds," declared Mrs. Amy Peterson, the wife of a prosperou farmer of Lakevllle, .Masa, a suburb of New Bedford. "I had acute indigestion," she said, "and no one knows how I suffered. I had cramping pains in my stomach that were almost unbearable, and I suffered no end of distress from ga and bloating. Why, I was actually starving to keep from being in such awful misery, and I lost thirteen pounds in weight. Sometimes I won der how I lived through it all, and I Just thought there was no hope for me. I was restless night and day and was easily irritated, and some nights I slept so little it didn't seem that I had been to bed at alL "But now I feel as strong and well as if I had never been sick a day la my JIfe, and I Just know Taniac is the best medicine in the world. I haven't a touch of Indigestion now, and every time I sit down to the table I can't help but feel thankful to Taniac. I have a wonderful appetite and have gained back all my lost weight and six pounds besides. I ate simply overjoyed to be feeling so well, and I Just praise Taniac everywhere I go." Taniac Is sold by leading druggists everywhere. Advertisement. The Advantage Was Hit. "Janette, I'm afraid you are a vain little wife. You gaze Into your mirror so much." "You oughn't to blame me for that. I haven't your advantage." "What's that?" "You can see my face without look ing Into a mirror." Cuticura Soothes Itching Scalp On" retiring gently rub spots of dan druff and itching with Cuticura Oint ment. Next morning shampoo with Cuticura Soap and hot water. Make them your everyday toilet preparations and have a clear skin and soft, white hands. Sweet Revenge. Mother-In-Law I wish I'd won a fortune in the lottery. Son-ln-Law What would you do with it? ''Disinherit you." From KurCciro ren (Christianla). Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, that famous old remedy for infants and children, and see that It Bears the r . Signature UUOAS- In Use for Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castori Money may make the mare go or come, or stay according to the way it tnlks to the Jockey. ItíUlY mum, cigarette "V-vJ PARKER'S Kfet' HAIR BALSAM . SSSt BamoTtaCtanaraf-SuvaBairraUlai ViC? V RmIotm Color aad Í L BntT to Giy asd Fdod Hafa ninni Chan. Wti. Pmtcfcognf.lTT HtNDERCORNS o. cv looses. te stops all pain, ensures cosnforft so turn fett, makes wslklne eay. Itah br Basil or St Prmp Cists. Blsoo Cosmlos I Warts. feXciioc. M. T. niicv n v irn I cd p"ced umio i I Li imlluii ATTRACTS ANO KILLS ALL FLIES. Kess. Sil I metal. tip over ; shll pot eos! or injure siirthnisv Gamrmoteed efrectivm. Said br dtilrn. 6 by rxt-KKiS. prrpsjd. HAjHOLD bUsLuui. 160 ha sUIb As Broofcira, M. X. Awful Siclx With Gas Enionic Brings Relief "I have been awful sick with gas." writes Mrs. W. H. Person, "and Eatonlc is all I can get to give me relief." Acidity and gas on the stomach quickly taken up and carried out by Eatonlc, then appetite and strength come back. And many other bodily miseries disonnpnr when tho cfnmH Is right. Don't let sourness, belching, bloatiner. indleestinn nnñ nthor ctnm. ach ills go on. Take Eatonlc tablets after you eat see how much better you feel. Big box osts only a trifle, with your druggist's guarantee. PATENTS Wl toon B, foltnil Patent Lawyer. Wasnlcswa B. C. Adviee and book freej Bate reasonable. Hlcheat references. Besiserrtoasi RHtPiiULA RvMJKz &rv inn srasAl a WONOrjmjt. FACS StJtACM W. N. U, DENVER, NO. 30-1921.