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THE NEWS SCIMITAR PAGE SIXTEEN MAGAZINEFEATURES THE NEWS SCIMITAR COMlGE , " . "I I : . - . 1 , , ; . . , . fiJI-, WLBWIG6HY, a.- A' 1 MM' iSTO UNCLE WIGGILY AND THE ICE CREAM (Copyright, 1919, by McClure News paper Syndicate! BY HOWARD Ft. CARIS. "Dew me! There must something the matter," said Uncle WigRtly Long ears, the bunny rabbit gentleman, ua M ramo downstairs li. his hollow mump bungalow one morning. "Nurse June Isn't hern to get breakfast! That was very much like, a surprlsi pertv, tor vou see Nurse lane, the musiirat lady housekeeper, was almost always up early. And when l. nule lg gily came hipjilty-hop dunslalis on hit red. white and blue striped rheu- .... 41,1 (inn lhera Wu ll.l nsusm i-ruu-it, uh.t " " - v Yi i Fusiy Wuny broiling the ttirnip pancakes, ami wnimiins i""' over them, or nuking some carrot short cake with sassafras trimming for tlia I wonder why Nurse .lime Hti t ret'" thought Undo Wigglly. "I think i ll call her downstairs." So he gave a jolly shout nnd naked: "la anything Jiic .matter. Nurse ''"Vlni." answered the niuskrut lady housekeeper, "t imiiK ..i ti.. t nn'i nut mi. I can t COOK vour breakfast, und you u better gu for i "FwM Uncle Wigglly. nr.. 'i J. i the fields nnd sway on ii"t'i"' . itnwith the woods to where tha aninuJ Moofor nan nia onue. ...... v i 1 i.i a,i time June ait 1M Possum to Mr. Longtwrs. "You "art You mav have, to go to tho five and' nix cent store for madji-tiin. So tliw-le Wlgt!y hopped burl, to I s hollow Mump buncalow, wid, after tell ing None June that Ir. Possum would aoon Mime and make her better, the bunny rabbit gentleman got hi own '"fie tried hlmnelf llr n( n P1' wtth cherry pudding liemmeil on around Th. edges and by that time Dr. l'os mm bad come. . ,, . ,. Ho! Hum! I-et me. see said .1 anlmeJ do. tor. h tell of Jane' ttose. "It s llt hot, ho went mi. "It needs cooling. I creum Is whtt he must have. ' You know when K dog or other nlmal U 111, their nose gts hot, whioh shows they have "aT'rn.m for Nurse Jn!" ex eltlraed Uncle WlgKlly. "I'll hop right irto'th eight and nine, caul store BO get. ner u - Thn sooner Phe has. lea cream the better ""go" over the !'! nd throu.th the woods hopped i;noio vmsii. 7nS Toon he i at tho Ire cream store. rnrth oV'the" mtrnmeV vacation, ins , i,nir nt te cream sua ne pm V' " . one of for isurse .lane. .it. I".. . . tbme imsteboanl boxes with pink String tor nam..-. . , ,,h that to "ream, Undo Wtgglly," said V nA '111 nAlfl Pllllf. II W K II'" . f . . err am Will mHt fn. Ana i nupo ttoenn t iroor.o your - are A litll fiown, long Nitm jane f ihp i? rn.n-.i, So I'ml Wtwiry HtuTiPti 10 nop. 11 IP ll'MH'W HtUlUH i...r- J ti 11 imirt b)X ut H fn-wn, hww wki haning it frnm on paw to th other, UH 1UHI tt nf It'll ruin. AU Of a MWK.I1I, Vnn iro uiuiujr ... . - m hMnnttlV smsK iirutw In-, out from behind U jurnptru line nu'iiii-nt. r,ri-ti., i tjjxm. -I wattt yu. i.ncw livee t imo soy iwu ". -need some. Walt minute. ...... ...... f ,.,, ii eaue. Paid l,n. I r;ui I (m','. i r r the bunny. "I nuiHt Mrry homo' to .rJ?.Jn'!.ar ,,it n, Hkod. "Tou Fiwt'i piwy- lo t im svur. AIKI Ol t-uuire Wlgirily md to mop. Ami there he luni by the car. Ami thj hox ot ict (lumped t to hl riffns i. I'rciiv iTHi. inn irM" .left. !'-' "' '"J1. . 1 ..a hen. irettv 1. 1- t.v., i,uw rot cold ana ne changed tho lee m to- . . on ,n"r" .hi. f.t: tng about, first holding thai Thru, very n wiim.'? t i linn, - "j . m i( rrMiLtn I magoon gt ani.e.o u u - - - from t note is.i- j 1 the cold of the ice cream had pretty well soaked through, and the bo wu fre.ri.ng on. tiw ouw ' ubttAMm,.00r, Ami as sooii . ."-;.-" .. I had It in riis iw.w - : wi-in.'. lug cold, he it go ui- - "vSw'! Wmvrsi'ow! Bow. Oh til. .ta no plaice for me! I didn't know freeing ,,olil winter was c,umis -must run home snd got J)ut my tur Sit." And away he ran. dropping the bo of Ice cream. .. "Well. rn. giaa V "-iJKIS wn (The I "lr&ald-fo; a momethat h might bit, my sous. ' Then the cold ice cresm yr . .-- j - brVrnUh'sAohernoso "HoTh; teke'es w InDlc cream haS Its iisesT and if tho' automobile .W ruHW the lollypop . tick am the ink berries. DOROTHY DIX'S TALK BY DOROTHY DlX, At World's Ulghwt Paid Woman Wrltf. STRIIONG. A BALANCE. Tho real so.-rel of happiness, sa,ll a woman the other day. "coususta )n bo Ing g-ood bookkeeper, and .learning how 1 strike a balance wtth life. "The" reason that we women so often c bankrupt spiritually and get to be (lown-aiid-outers who ar always pan htttdllng our friends for Sympathy, or whining about hard-luck stories, is be cause wo always enter everything on the debit side mid never any account of the credit side, nnd so we don t see that ID the end life balances ttuelf with tears and smiles, with Joy and sorrow, and the things even up pretty Well, alt er ail, with ail of us. "I ueed to belong to the melancholy sisterhood and I waa always lamenting because I wasn't an rich as one of my friends, and didn't have aa good a tlmo ss another friend, and I had hod a lot of domestic sorrow, and 1 had to earn my own living, and so on. Oh, believe me, Job had nothing on mo in tho af fllctlo Una. "The Hie day I naa a revelation. . Something brought me up short, and I said to myself, 'Heavens, what sort of i a wonder do you think you are that yea should be the diullnB of the go.ls, snd have all the good things ot Ufa Handed you In one bunch? What have vou ever done that make you think you're entitled to he better off than any other human being?' . And 1 couldn't think of why fate should mska any exception of me, and then I got to thinking that I ejhould be thankful that I was not any worse off than I was, and that for every burde.i I had tn the world I alao had a com pensation, and for every grief some thing that was at least a consolation prise, "And what Is true of me Is true of every other woman, "The other day I henrd Mrs. A. bit terly envying Mrs. B. because Mrs. 11. I ltd beautiful l'arls gowns and splen- did jewels, and a limousine und a fine house, that Is always In apple-pie order. uuv. ni nit', ffHiu Hiio. ., . ill al ways shabby; 1 stend my life trying to mia It A nil, (trtllu. tin. IVi wr.rlr lt fl,'.i t have never had a really good the slnoe I was married, and yet when Kally 8. and I were girls together I was as some women get everything and other "lira. B. haa money and the thing: money buys." I said to hnr. "Vou have your children. I suppose your hio.bu.nd nee msue as liiucu money - as Air. p. lias, but It has gone In the upkeep of his family. You could buy u lot of clothes with wlvit it has cost to feed and clothe, and doctor a house full of babies. Would you exchange your ba bies for Mrs. B. s wardrobe? "Cultivating Mary's voire would have THE YOUNG LADY ACROSS THE WA1 i rrr ij mobile every year. ' Woul you glva up your talented daughter aid your bril liant son for a few while beads and a i. v.... Th.n milt eomolain- ixir Huiimco vour account with life, woman; balance, your account. .),..., i.,.. u u.i nver against R.e nlill.lleaanesa her luxurlos, her lack of anxiety, her pnyetcai ease, ner .. .i. . rhJ,,.vn that she and her bus- i i ..... nin.ui. ino-Mi-her nnd have a tenderer love lor each other, slnoo they must needs Be an ana an w e.. i. w hi hAva Gllll dren, and whose chief Interest la In the h.l.,dr.""-... thinKe that 'Anil mere in r ,:! she Is accursed of fate because aho has to earn her own breati ano ouuvr. . was telling me the other day how she liateit ner joo. oi wj w... . j --. , cause she loathes work, . and she was pitying herself because she naa io gei tip In "he morning at an early hour and Vr . v.t.t !.. and nound Sway nil day on a typewriter, nnd ;h i.. ffnoen-eved whoa Phe I i. fnnlilnatal IVflmHIs WhO heWtl HOOKU HI HI" l"'!"" ": a ' j" K.i I miMi on iivihw : w.r i i to stay In them, and oo uieir own housework. , ., . badlv off,' I said to her. 'Perhaps If you'd lust audit your nocount with life you would find out that you are not so badlv off as you think. You hate to work, but tn reainy wnr i "'""'i thrilling amiiwnment In the world. "r (lays gO SO last lliai lliey nin i lone enousn lor me ini"s " like to do. How would you Ilka to o ope oi in..- t-..v .(S m liable " y"h" Will 0 VO noi'i"'- .j i just, the dreary pastime of killing time? .......i it .,uhi If vou choose. Howl would you iiko io nam ... s" -...... vnrv nennv anil have mm . .?. . aA wiih that miar- ter he gave you week before last? Vour ...flu.. aalsiek i nnn ill and leave. i :."M-f. : k Ufa boss that you could not leave without scan-1 i si ti.i nivitri'H. nti iiismivni ii'w i treated you? Take It from roe, that bo- ... . . . n.H .haul tl.1efl.ff trt M it It M.Q vuntages that Huuaree It off wtth the 'V,? -'..1. i.n.tf wmnsn who had had tho misfortune to marry when she was .. mum uihn lilfT-taXfl Hilt Tft 16 1 a brute and a bully. He ilrngned her throuah years and years of marriage that was a lllenil hell on earth to her. He waa cold and harsh and cruel and vindictive, but she came out of her i.i w.t snd serene, and with a word of cheer and a smile for every- ""Maw did vou do Itr t asked her. " 'Oh.' she said; 'I had my compens. .i..... in.. f..nr, washed my eyes st nirar (hat I cmld eoe Into the hearts of others as I nover could If I had not . I. niil.iill si V Sin 1T1 V Wept. My own nnsuii.il H"-"'" y sympstliles with the agoiiy of the and I found nm tnai evuir. ... - -; growing pains of the soul. I have lived so deeply that 1 am sorry for the women who have always had everything happy and easy and ,ft with hem. It seems to me mm w r"" . . the outside of life when 1 have been hi HS''Atidl'thnt's the seeret of happiness. Just balancing our accounts with fata. (Copv right, 11' 19. by the Whcclcr Syn dlcate. flic:) ' Bringing Up Father By George McManus . lata. a t iImm Wees I Ntwve sn I PHOtetUKTY MOORE AM - I ML -i-JQ YOU CAIHNQT- IlLNOT HAVE MjCH PfOPLC YAJ TO Si AHO TQ MAKE VJRE HE OONT aL cut the VI WELU- I VE TlKEO THE PrtONt tOYOO ' ". VCLL -.t'NJ jz) At MR tt tven. VJO TO HE YEVTEStOAY - VA)i COMMA CAU XOU U TOOAY TO -iEE IF "YOU'D ee MOTAE - ao NOW E t-U YM1MK OVrlE ill. OUT - 4 w I II 41 LITTLE MARY MIXUPNot a "Strike"-A "Base Hit TrlpB& 's ONE OM l Go " IT-J I shall T svifliT "nip I w; -Wse s one om.j i, xio jeM.WtoeR i , er-.trtaTgftft. THE BIG LITTLE FAMIL Y Looks Like He 'd Been Dealt a Hand From the Discard vVEU-vEUtl aoc v'nntu' nJT IM TU6 NECK 0' VtoCSUbtJ "XT A VS -r-TUAtfl L x I REMEMBER AWFUL THlNCi Th AM' f A KIT' S . .:' V ive "SEA V wo 'wtFF Lfco -rh A ' -PooR "Dbe A HAVE A WiF iTHAt. ) , ( r' " , - I I BEEN WTO f .A Bl(i REOHEATJEOX A IT. . I U -Up UBEW AM'.. I v LOOKS LlKP A CooK. lj ? tocM FlTUFQ! "I XI . ll 1 1 -T II f , I l " . . .'II 1 " ' ' r I -ww-ws . .aam eaae.-- BS 9ff?? ' ' . ..... '' CAR Verily, Verily, Ed Hath the Voice of an Anyel tun it 's-tm' matter wan JOG NOW ? HE L00K5 UK.E- I Hid. UHGV.G HAI TttD fNv HIM A IlvA& terr SAY-! n's HffrviiM' Vlaijqh rt! X60TTA APPEAR BEFORE Ju3)66, O'WOOZW TOrAOUROW on W " . . .1 .All (yy HEW CAR EM MILES well. iVl JUT BETCHA A box or ciGAJ-vs Veer IN -J I I I I I V I I 1 11 I JrVaw I s V I sb n f"" 1 1 - . I LECTURE You're on MPANEdT AllitXiE., IK TU CQONTY; HEArt - &0T HE'S H A UU PAL OF MIKE'. WE. WAS KIDS ToSTtiER f Y60 I r mm . iNniAf": OK bABYl I'll Blt nova The younr lady across the way says . Iroumstances alter cases and probably Seorge Washington would have trans rmited his message to congress 07 fie if he d time. YAZOO IS TO HONOR RETURNED YANKS FRIDAY YAZOO CITY. Miss.. Sept. 54. (8pl.) Arianaemenlsi liave ubotil been com pleted for a big celebration In honor of Yaioo pountv'a returned soldlera. sailors and marines, at the Elks' club In Yasoo city. hrldav evening. The en tertainment Is to be on of the most elaborate ever held in Yaioo City, say ttione In charge, nnd tne timo was rhiwen esTtei'tsllv for the reason . that there a present tn this city Yasoo county's ranking officer of nil the men in tho service. He Is Col. John George Queki meyer, member of Gen. i'er sblng's staff throughout the war am lust returned with the great Amerl can general to America. Col. Queko niever Is vlsltina his mother here. Invitations are being sent out to all tho service men In the county whose names and addresses are available, and these men are being asked to hunt -up all the men In their neighborhoods who wore the uniform during the late war. Mr. Herman Hrister has been named chairman of the committee of men at werk on the plans for the evening, Mr. t H. Craig heads the finance com mlttee, ana iirs.. a. n. .em iw in ot vne commiriee or mnies upptneii to oe arv-u i which wlU fawnish U retrwhinejts. 1- rV Ift a Nsev a 1 Vvlll IU L-T r LC i- d wiil vvi klnirlv tell ' me why a perfectly healthy and falrlv good looking girt, who has lots of irood friends and a Job that Is even dignified enough to be oalled a position, should get unearthly uiscoiiragnu . v.. . want to arop oui oi 'oii. Hhe used to be known as 'Smiles, and now she has a hard time even look ing pleasant. . Kven a new nm i"" i "77" morn. I'm . Just arc. im "" ared to neatn vpai . "crh "'.. ..11 bo. o 1 wonaer 11 you : , - set hack the smiles. I am not In love nor am I awfully romantic or anything like that. , . ., 1 m tn tnis una o 1 ; " is , Knitting-aou ,v " j UIV me iho V 1 11 be mjgmy ."u.. yours i rut 11 ui !'"" J j MY PUAIt Jean. , 1IAUNO THK blues. IS NOTHING more. THAN A chronic attack. 01 SKLKI8HNESS. ' AND THKHFTS Just out way. TOU-CAN surely curs them, v GOSSIP nr kcb AND THE remedy Is, , TO OO out somewhere. a AND KIND someone. 1 WITH MOUE troubles than you. AND MAKK them forget. I KNOW a girl WHO ONCE on a time. USED TO have the blues. AND SHE'D mope around. LIKR A moulting hen. FOR TWO or three days. AND THEN recover. AND BP) a swell girl. k KOR THRKK or four eeks. AND OKT blue again. AND WW talked It over. . THIS GIRL and I. - e AND WIS found a kW. Willi A pinched -up leg. ' AND 'A sad little face. WHO BOLD newspapers. ON A city corner. AND HK wasn't tough. AND DKEP In his eyes. IF YOU looked nt them. . THERE SEEMED to be something. THAT TOLD of a warmth. IN THEcrippJed boy's heart. THAT HB wanted to share. WITH SOMEONE else. e . WHO COULD understand. AND UK didn't know. see' THAT THE warmth was thsra. ' TILL THIS girl came. AND SHE didn't know. "TILL THIS boy came. OF THE wonderful Joy. THAT COITLD t had. IN JU8T doing somethlnf. - FOR SOMEONW elsS. - .' " , AND AFTTO that. e ' " ONCR EVERY wees. ' v, SHE'D FIND the boy. AND THEY'D eat together. AND LAUGH at the world. AND GO to ashow. AND THE blues disappeared. AND SHE'S married now. AND THE crippled boy. IS STILL nt hla Job. BUT ONCR a week. HK'? A dinner guest . TO A horn a -cooked meal. I THANK you. HOROSCOPE News of Memphis 3 Years Ago Twice Told Tales News of Memphis 10 Yearg Age. THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, (Copyright, 1019. by the MoClure News paper Hynoicaie.j Astrolosrers read this as a doubtful day, for while Jupiter and Mars are in beneflc aspect, Neptune and Saturn are strongly adverse. . commerce ano traae are weu iareci d under this planetary rule, but no new ventures should be made until the as pect changes. eiouin America looms large In tV TO i very flat nu, r horoscopes affecting the United States, but there will be competition. In which the planet Mara threatens, the seers de- ilr. ' Education should cenent greauv in h. enm.nff winter. In which new theo ries and old will clash, for there will be a strong reaction irom me purely uuu tartan tann.rna - Art and mualo come under a direction that Is most favorable, for people of all classes Will De inieresieu in uitir uo vetonment. Warning Is given that employers now come under a direction of the . stars making ror resenuneni uiauim wi Ised labor. Storms of great vlolenos will cause an extraordinary number of wrecks, the seers predict Africa la now subject to a sway msk Ing fnr a focusing of Interest. An In ternational complication may grow out of new oommereUl interests. Selfishness and greed will be empha sised In Individuals as well as nations as one of war's reactions, It Is prog nosticated. SEPT. 24, 183. A large and enthusiastic meeting of the voters representing every class, ward and precinct In the city of Memphis met at the Y. M. H. A. hall to open the campaign for .1. J. Williams, candi date for mayor. Hon. Thomas B. Tur lov waa chosen chairman of he meet ing. Among the speakers were M. R. Patterson. Ben W. Hlrsch. Gen. Luke K. Wright. John H. v, atKins, iv . d. filiation, Henry Walsh and Eldrtdge MrsAllnerva II. Doyle has begun. ult In chancerv court against Mrs. Mar garet .1. Boyle, administratrix, and oth er neirs ot rnomas D'.yn-, i recover ons-fonrth Interest in a lot lo- ated at Madlgon sna wain prwu.. one-fourth of the rent collected since) Us purchase by Boyle. The bill began Its recital in 1820, growing- up with the famous Missouri compromise. H. IX Wilson, better known as Harry Wilson, the talented snd imaginative agent of the Iron Mountain railroad, has returned irom a trip io ure ra . Harrv- savs that the transportation building at the world's fair, covering 18 acres, Is to be torn down when the fair ends and is to be brought to Mem phis and rebuilt as a union depot. "Quit your kiddin', Harry," other railroad men ear- SEPT. 24, 1t08. Dr. Frederick A. Cook, wild claims to have discovered the north pole, is pre paring to bring,, suit for damages sgslnst Commodore Peary for slamlep and misappropriation of lr. Cook's stores at Etah, it is reported. State Senator Hilary Howse was nom- -instcd for mayor of Nashville In tlia Democratic primary. Nomination ' j equivalent In election. ' John W. Farley lias secured his com- mission as census supervisor for tuei Tenth congressional district. The doc ument was signed by President WllUann H. Taft.- . Matt Monaghanr for 50 years a real- i dent of Memphis, promlnen t grocer mil produce dealer, is dead at his home, 1117 North Breedlove street. t . Mrs. at. u. Henning has rotumed from her plantation near Henning. Tenn. Miss Jennie Sen will has entered, col lege at Blue Mountain. Miss. Mrs. Mnry Hill Overton of Waukesha, Wis., while a guest of Mrs. Napoleon Hill, will be the recipient of many so cial events. Mr. and Mrs. Hill. nr. and Mrs. Hodgerson, Mrs. Mary Hill Overton and Master Harry Hill Hodger son will return to Memphis from Wauke sha -shortly. . Mrs. Sam Meyers, of Helena, Ark., Is the guest of Mrs. J. C. Rellly, 877 Pop lar avenue. the augury of an active and prosper oua year. Changes, however, will not be bwnericiai. ... , Children born on this day 8re llfcely to be vigorous, Intelligent and very am billons. These subjects of Libra may be rather unsettled. rwM whos WrtMu It H Iwvi fMtwtlfcy, Mi - FREE THOUGHT MAN DIES. pORTERVlLT.t3, Cat., Sept. M John n.. namahtii-av All. of th WadCrS Of ,i, it-.. Thcueht movement In the United Btates for 10 years, died bars DOCTOR SELLSPHOME TO NEW YORK MILLIONAIRE 'r; .. itl v RIPLEY. 1 Mips., Sppt 24., (Spl.j, Dr. T. J. PenenA'lrer. who harae. (Iced meiWne a!tt tattoo IMant.il tills counUcJlotnioro than a quarter of a, century, has Sold ttls residence to Capt, Paut;icjbiley. millionaire) EpstUman. of New Tort, and expects to move ta Mrvtle, In Union ceuaty, -jitB the nm few Hr, wnsrs he "riti aaaUsue U stcUc it Lit wetuoUuv