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THE NEWS SCIMITAR PAGS TWENTY. ; .. . , . M 1 -r. GIMIT DAILY COMIC PAGE MAGAZINE FEA TURES Bringing Up Father By George McManus THE NEWS I; : : y Pi ft S . 1 1TXCLE WIGOILY AND THE COLORED LEAVES. t Copyright, lil, bv the McCIure News paper syndicate 1 BY HOWARD R. 0i. Uncle Wlgglly knngears, the Jmnnv rabbit gentleman, was hopping through the autumn woods one day when all of a sudden he heard a rustling In the orled leaves tliat covered the ground. . '-My goodness me, sakea alive and pome mr.hmaIIow chewing I thought Mr. Ixingears. as be "topped his pink Irom twinkling like an elec tric light. "I must be very careful! That rustling In the leaves may be cauwd by the bad foa, or even the aklHery-scalery alligator. Td bettor look (Wit The bunnv rabbit gentleman crouched 5own behind a wlntenrreen bush and carefully peeked over the, top. Then he felt happy, and his pink none twinkled esalnT Wr. Instead of seeing th' fx or the worse Flwlsewah, I m le .... nnA Alice W wobble, the two duck girls, picking up nre.tuy co.orru tn.. -Hello. I-nlu! Hello. Alice!" cried t nrlt- Wlgglly. jumping IIP 9u!ckrsi that his red-whlle-and-blue-strlped rnetimatlsm crutch seemed to dance a ;Oh, hello, Uncle Wlgglly!" quacked the two duck girls. "Are you after "After what?" the bunny wanted to "l?." , a answered Alice We are gathering as many as wo can k "'We hive red ones and brown ones j-euow, pur," '"'". m,,.,. as sne enowen wnn ",,,". under her wing, a large bundle of the stored autumn leaves . themf'asked Vn.le Wlgglly. "Make a b"-1oh'rtio" answered I.ul.i, opening vn, 11', lal.lam nut One per venow inn m. - , , of her tall feathers that was trying to &WSyM wen7on.."our lad and me out to father pretty lea-vet to ul on th. wall thSrrttilrt ?l." purple .naj; leaves." added Alice, "cover them wit wax that the honey been make a d fasten th leaves on a Pl5 . hirch bark, i ney i enow on ..... tor that way. the ,ady mouse teacher """J' believe they !!!,'' spoke, fnole Wiggilv, "And I 11 nmp you the Teavei yoii need.'' . having MytJ.li.. Jr-eta to .10 cohering up pretty leaves with to two duck girls. . ... v, lie hnd picked up some red, brown : . , iL.i.,1, .,i, nnn. and L.U u ana wnmnnuini, v.m...-. . u. wing, wnne r-- i-..'-K. .1 urie colurea uae a wiuuii of a sudden. Uncle Wlgglly called cut: it.. tirr' asked Lulu. In aw.riw. Hii.'i -", .1.. "I near someone Gumma ""rcn woods," went on me ounnjr ..u... tleman. "We'd better hide! It may be . , . Hk.. w... . f ,r mA nuite a lot lately. Or It may be the Ptpaisewah or hide!" . HO.. m-haraT" atnrilV fl lllgt'tVCCl niiVQ. "There Isn't a single plae here to '"'''Under the leaves! Under the pretty m-M have fathered! said we're the Itabes In the Woods and hide ander the leaves, men, u u t u Hkee or the baa 10 conio won't botlier u: ,i v. we'd better do that!" gently J""h'd ku!uV.... ..... fn,.. Wla. ally oulckly scooped out for themselves I large bole in the thick pi e of leaves on the grounii uiraer "" "". v; th ?. .1,0, ,,.ne ."V""'L."." .hen W ilDlwoDDie iriH 'i""1'"' . i thy softtlcred ovr tl.plr headn. nd on . v. t 1 I. . una th.V hUil top 01 tnem, ine gathered for the lady mouse teacher. "jr we Keep ami. , " us." said Uncle w iKKiiy """;,,.. "Ves. we must Keep iwn " leaves, and kept terrible stlM, ni l in and then and men an j they heard somebody walking along Vl.l .i. . .o.i.rina- the eaves, ami miiklrg a noise! . Keep still: wniaparr.1 umi. Huh!" said Uiif'e Wlgglly. Is It the bad old Skeenlcks?" asked Alice. ' ... S,, "I don't know," wnispereu " .'VS a ,V while the leaves ke, !;;eUi.aveff,u..,and7he'iUpiewalvo BkattlcKM WW see ue. ., -. -I can't help U." ld Alice. 1 o to sneeae. . ,.i,..t, 1 n4 atieesa sne om; ""I'T" t:;;..w! at..chw!" AM tM.ljav blew off her and off ""l;. Wlgglly, and men crleif: . ;. ....,,, . , 0' tfVEBTTO M ( ILL HAND IT OUT OF 1 1 to I I J I TT HOv TO T I II I I 1 I I ' . t (T-UJ AttaTl .- h5wtWt the v,.noow until IP : "nCmTvT; N th-t, j .t-.'llnot r ,vOin a" o -J AA ma r 1 . . . . r i i I ' H 11 waa II l-d L LITTLE MARY MIXUP Isn't That the Woman of It? .. - a ""r-f'l- ' - i- -i 1 a U-rrrie COAXES , 'that one. wi?r. IV ... . -.t f ... vaii' I, Wft .Vi., where vu went!" Ard ther slnod Jimrnls Vlhblewobble the. bo? dock and It wasn't th. IIM the Hkeeslcua at an ""VV,- ' . mstllng nolee. It was Jlmn J that good? . Ko h;1.!!. ters ana tne Runny , - leaves ann . an ":' , ,hi cucumber noesn i a"r '" ,"""rh: ;:, middle of the pumpkin pie, when H i playing . hide-anU-go- with th banana snonoaae. Dncla Wlgglly ana jhho v'u'; I A V I I .i UK A , . I I I r,, jy, r - 1 y I " YcV "l-b Too ! VjrlAT Tio ,V4 rcri ST DoT3-H 77? BIG LITTLE FAMILY Well, It's His Own Funeral, Isn 't it ? e mm . r ' . : . .. s ' 1 ,. .. 1 DOROTHY DIX'S TALK BY DOROTHY VIA, ' Tk World's Higheat FtJd Wou Wrltw. THE RIGHT AGE TO MAIUtY. A youth wants to know at what ago 1 a man should mavry. - Tlittt depends on circumstances. The clock does not strike the same golden hour for every man, but, generally e.Mj.kli!, thu right age to.' h man ta marry Is when he ' olt n?u5h (.now his own mind, when he had met th right girl, and wnen h Is making enougli money to support ft family In romluit, and this psychological moment may o.,cur almoiit anywhere betwaeil the cradle ami the grave. 1 Personally, 1 believe that a human anil paternal government should pass a law making It Impoesible for a nmn to mairy before ha is "U years old. Be fore Uml time a man la no mora fitted to undertake tho responsibilities of i. ..... .,4 ta.UM iiia uwn and a . nr. Inl.t his hands than at baby Is to pilot tile jbe'vUUhan ooross the Atlantic. .... .. ....... . ... 1. itt a nt,n,i tujttes are un nettled and crude, Ills Judgment is un lormcl, and l.e has not the slightest 1.,.- ..I ...... iri.iita tn he him self, of the sort of a woman h wantj "it's boys who bind themselves for nr. .. tA A.inuo-h to be their mothers. It Is college lads who espouse I.Klles of the chorus wnn lempre.u.i.io ......... ,i...m riu-iM at m Id ui lit 'lwam ....... . 1 ... ........ wi.hi.ut aver1 havins n thom with their paint off. It is ...... a n,an la ,1 oltl I H O-H lid -1 WC n t V thftt . ... , ..... ...if.. Hu har nOintlieKlOn. nd for the little curl on the nape i;f her neck without ever Investigating Into .... ftni.hihn nt h.u head. r giving a thought as to her temper Now It Is a melanciioly fact that our tafttes in people change jusi as mucn a. I. t..aa In ftlcnl H.lll clothe. NO 'Intf. ke-cream soda that ravished hi youthful palate, nor couia no pe n.rou to wenr the IismDUoyani neuKi.o l.j .... tk. .'nma Inlftn' the mstlire man is bored stiff by the very type of woman who was his Ideal of femi nine charm in hhi boyhood. No man wv.... meals his first sweetheart after the lapse of years without thanking ;od for his mercy that he escaped icarrving her, while If he did marry t,ei well. BOinetlmes miracles happen ...t i........ h.i.iti fmilw and lh kins anu iii-wci, ........ ... chot wins out alter all. And aomnifmes there is divorce. Aad sometimes long ears of dull endurance of hopeleta misery. u.a.nn mhtr the aVSRace ItlHll ahould not marry under 25 Is that be ,i.- . a... ..h.n.a nf ailiHeHS in life. Th most wicked III that has vcr been circulated in the world Is thai two can live as cheaply as one. They ml... ... .m.a aa mii.h tan v. vnaa v"i. ........ Threfore the boy who marries can Viever hope to sava anything out of his CKE YQUHG LADY ACROSS THE WAt salary, or to lay up tha little host egg tnai will eiinuia V . . . L.. r.V of he opiiortumiiea inai wiiio u.a --j. lie IS urouim 10 . ' , ubiwr and nether miiiBioi.cn o. ""'"Yr.1" . . ..... ....A flni'lnrR . He ann inuflmannin a.,.. . time of slavery to landlords and grocers grows o.u nu - , . . . i ecause he Is crushed under a load too ."-T... .... a,!. .hniiLinra to bear. Heavy mr inn - An early marriage shuta the doors to success 111 a uoys lava, c "'" to places wher fortune- call because ne can not uia a r " u with him. t'eoiilu who would, and could, help him ir ne ware amnio, u"" no interest in hint if h Is Willi a lamuy. , good-looking, attractlv. slnifle chal), and nobody notlcas a worn and ey young husband who has wglked .the colic half the night ana whose clothes money nas gu.m . . It may no a iwaninin ...... point of view, but It Is the public point cf view, and one that Is worth the consideration of every young man. n ha wants to hand uu he must not havs a wedding ring on It, But just as the very young man had small chance of happiness in matri mony, so hits tne oia man. ' " who waits until he la 50 to marry had .. .......... nwt.ai, n ii-ia-ether for after that age ft man has acquired habits tliat are dearer to him than any woman van posxiuiy u. i.i. . i .. 1....... th. latvs nt the ri.s wayo ninw ............ j . .... ia.....l.na whlnh can not jwcowh ant. low ......... .- -. be changed. His stmishnei is Ingrained to the core, ano ne i-o i.oi ti'1 ...,' self to the personality of another, nor maae me ii.evnau.w vtu. ......- j o tuin it aii up, i" marry until his mind, hla character, aim iu mum f he hHH Rotten on hi own fet and can make noug-h money to fl that fd.ll.... It.. Wj. V... a. ulallml C lltmHftlf. l'u'L I" . nHI h. has he. coma an omuioa oia Duciifwr win. don fverylhiuf wvd Men overythhm a. .. w-rt M.-vutttAiM ami lit rhPUltiMt W 1 and blH and who only want a wife wno will coinmiittviuii civ. i and cook and vlt. t a.k....t.i M,..ti 4 r K nr inA. when h Is old enoutrn to know tne 1 value or ine iu a w;;, in V111 1 i.. a. a.AIlt ,t jMt and while x. i ..aiish tn .tin thrill with fit mance,t..l keen enourh about the Joy comienlon to ht wife, and fluid euuuah to no erne to run nimsvu ...1 tallka. UiPAllkllllf It. ; Ana nun aB jfpniu.r vmo a mnn w otwen 20 ana on. (Copyright, ifii1. ny noftmr .SAINT HAT) A ' ;' BRING fC'A NICe . ' A11 A ' " , AS A WTtR V f 1 f DENT MEAL ftlNCe y stA? 3 WELoH -RAREWT-A l!rJ AqP ' ' EVIDENCE. FoR TH'V J L . ; ;A TH-W'DTo V rJ( 'BROIUED PIECE ; ORDER M HKX. S So05E To HOW ,) ' V Dp HER OWN C00WN y ' - T" V OF'rAlNCE PlE' AN'. J e T ' V S "UV6rONER'RM . J-n NO MBRfN V A D.6H OF VE CREAM !f f VoT FoR ) JJlJZ 1 should BLowMELFgCy .T XT Iw -WA i- . CfAwi y a V ' ' JOE'S CAR Joe Will Tell the World That Was Some Lecture ft M. I. W M) MOW JOrV.T' W0T5R.V ! "tO IS AVt OLt) FREHD OF "TH JUDGE Art'E'S CJOT IT ALL FIVED UP FOR, ME "T ot"! 0FF CUA.RGEI) with driving ' Your automobile, at SXTY FIVE. MILES FER. well, Vsee aimxie. vt WAS hke. This 1 1 1 icae. . at sa i 1 1 "H ft 1 ' si i r y- aar Strm .nn UVtittU Parkas In coin. mand of the recently returned First dlvlalon of the A. K. F. from Oct. IS to Nov, ID, mil; during that time the m received renlacemenls. tl them -. and . Ihroiiiih the an positions dan. Parker Brad- tinted from Mllliarv academy with the clans of 1894 and was assigned to th ravalry. After ser vice on tne Mexi can, border ha went to Porto Rico In the Nh American M11 ItHIS he took the full caval-' ry course ana was graduated from the French cavalry I m muiuui. a v 1D04 to l06Df.ilMl.K4aiBH a mllliarv attache to Venetuela and Argentina,. T)i- next six years tJcn, Parker Bpfnt In Cuba and received for his aervlcea to the t.unan government mo itjvr..uw of the Order Of Merit, th first deco ration 01 mis ciaae given t.ic v.m batis. - From that date until the outbreak: or the war Oen. Parker served with oav l,lrv regiments In the United Slates. After taking command of the lHh in fantry he waa contnmisiv wun tne the Salserlas sector he was promoted to ne cans u. t,itis.tt;t-a."r,ai ' ' f command of the First infantry brigade. Pi r X- 1 - -j . 1 - 1 ' ' f .aak V- - - . . av - IllA till xwJiii zaf ( 'kl n.-.-ll. s is. I ill '" lew-- "I- - 1 " i- "' 1 ' 11 , I ' I.. ... I , immmmmammmmmimmlmmmm mmmmmummwsmm'mMm.mii mmmmmmmmm i n WAS a sensitive gentleman. AND BESIDES all that If r ' f-, ' V-'fi, ; K '"O - ' I BKCAUSE HE and hla column TmatU be just LJ ONE COLLAR PER MILE'. NEXT case: P 1 tuqught'U H never, MlKl-,-UouTotb me I ME'VE MIND -I Li -.J u'cCP lilUirtl DD V'SEE WHICH wr aae l Tho niiig lady avcroat the way ssya ah saw in ino p:er ins mriT, m one automobile to every t'"'i"" " I . , ,. , . Ohio and .h should t!lnk the smaller Ucad, NCW ScitUltar Wailtl I.... 1.' 11 It .k K'aaf Vtirk Dt.nlte. man whom you have mentioned mans limes III your column ami w.iuui ." evidently consider a friend, has been sending a column dune after your style to the Detroit Journal. Most of II Is very rotten, but there IS an occasional flash that roads very much like som of the articles you wrote while on the Pacific coast and afterward published in 000K lorm. , ., Uecause It la acldom you see the De troit Journal I am sending you this In formation. Hoth the Journal and your self r being tmpoaeo upm. """.! care Hiiythltig about the Journal, but 1 tl.Hik yo sniuiio r'i ", y"' York friend, titioeraly,- JOHN . MY DEAR John. I STARTED this stuff JUST SIX veers ago. AND EVER since then. a AU.OV1CH the land. - MRS 1HVB -prung up. - AND 11I"CMK htillators. AND HOMK were good. AND SOMI'I were bad. e '. ANO'I uaed to get gore. OWWE GOSSIP BY K.C. P, AND WRITli Ictterg to people, ' ' AND B1T1S my nail. ' AND LIB! awake nlghta. e e AND THEN I discovered. THAT KVtiN the good ones. Jl'ST LASTKD ao long. . AND THKN petered out. AND I made up my mind. . . , THAT I'D worry n Inoix). AND Ql'lT bltlrg my nails. AND I found one fellow. AVHO WAP stealing stuff. , ee , OUT OP one of my books. . w . . AND I e"t Mm another. v OK A new' edition. . OF UK AND new stuff, AND MAUKFD the rgcs THAT I tlmuBht were good. AND IT must have been. WENT Ot.'T of business. ' JUST TWO days later., AND ANOTHKR gentleman, a UP IN Maine somewhere. a . a WAS UR1NU my Initials. . AND WRIT1N0 a column. , AND I wrote and asked him, WHERH HE got the Initials. AND HR enswered me. THAT HU'D picked them out. a FROM THU alphabet. . e AND I sent him a hook. a a AND WROTH on the fly leaf. a a THAT WIIHN he got tired. AND COULDN'T wrlta anything a TO VBK em of mine. ' a a AND HP! wrote and told me. HK'D T'K'.UCHT It all over, V a AND WAS much eb:iipd. BUT HK'D kl'led hla column, .re AND ANW AV, John. IF IT Isn't ail right. WHAT TP EPF! fellows do. WHATI'v Kli TI1KY get for It. WH.lt DO them no gcou, . a , AND IF it If nil rights see.. IT Wil l. I.elp them some. ASl) WON'T hurt mo. I HAVFi a contract.' ' FOR PO much per weeV. 1 FOR A long time. I THANK you. HOROSCOPE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 67, t1, (Copyright 1919, by tho McCIure News paperr nynaicntc; n..A nA auil Knlanisai In th . n1n.n- wy fovrnnwnt for this day, accord- ma: 10 astrology. nue dkiuui u VCUU8 are in ueneno kspvcti m.n.m, iiop- a,-.A . timlial iarak a. 11 llVPr4A a. 1 . m,...t i.e.las orKlnh tn ha. ntnflt .11 IS ca, nnnj W"'" " " conservative in . mi ousiiirstt but mining tnteresU re subject to Women nave a goo a airecuon wnne hould benefit enpeclaUy tbrough deal ings Wiln men m rr uu uianii.Mwn hi a favorable sway for weddings or engagements. The stars still lore shadow a great Increase In the number Ul oia, I ik,d, . mere tn i. . simmer msn guvtrt tuna sto.'Ka an'i mere is nin:iiiiwn m. many good luvextmenta will suffer a lemiioiary depreciation. , ... u.l V,jlt.aaa VantliVaa l en. Jolred for Saturn may cause serious ai:u unexecie.i loeses., This aiiouin ne a ii.ohl ntvumuiti ..l.llv luMrv 1'nr ar.fT-eases. Journeys coire in.uur a inioiaiim sucfict. eMwitili' ihoe. on the water. The S'-ers foreiel! that the courts will hps,- testimony (hat concerns army mat ter. A sensational cmrs In which ai ...t... 1 t,nv,ii.llra tail. y 1 1 nn i a 1 " ' ' a - Witters miiy find the conilltions dif ficult todiy, for it l uronhesied that new staiMlards In literature hare been ... n v.iii. A I... uraa a v oarlan.A. Changea In newspaper management Newt of Memphis 6 Years Ago Twice Told Tales News of Memphis 10 Ytars Ago. SEPTEMBER 86, 1893. Memphis, have bn advised that the young man committed Fulcide by snoot Ing himself tftrougn tne neaa in a boarding hous In St. Louis, tie was dennondent over unemployment. 1111,3. tUlllllllW .......IB Wilcox have returned 'from the world's fair. ' ''.'- MaJ.- raeaari Weatlirforcl has re- 4 ct Tnla Mai tV anther. ford says hla string of race; horses are In fine shape ana are ori.ngui in c cash. n.u. .n.A.MNl tha famnhi4 Vi ir I ittt iiianaa. .,iv. , ........ and Exposition association Is prepar ing tor tne isu ratio . "i" ... i Fifty members of Uie - Tenth Ward Democratic cfub mot at Georgia and Msin streets and entimsiastlcaliy in dorsed George. .ildsimger tor.mayor. lames K. uauagner ana j. ,.., . j . . n t f?...erim I r.Vialr man of tho club and W. O Donnell, see- "The Metropolitlcal club',"" a conception . . . . ..t. .m.n nf CI M Tlimfr. O. lite inure ...,. ... ' - Was organised. The dub Is composed of working mem. it .noorncn i ut.ii. nge of silver. t a ratio of 1 to 1 and assailed the present assessment and taxation oi propervj ... oiiiinua. CrDTCUHEI) 1009. wv. 4.1. ti. jratierrron arnveu in mein- pruw 10 De tne cniei ni.eaKer at uie cvieuraiion oi me juuin niifcvtDiB,i j ui the birth of Admiral Raphael Semmes. ansa josepntne strosaoerg nas ar- riveii irom an eixiensive vrip auroaa. having visited London, Berlin and Paris. Mr., and Mrs. s. B. Anderson nave returned from an extended Western trip. . Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Speed and Miss Roberta Speed have returned from a summer trip to .joioraao. Mrs. w. J. Ts.nigiu nas reiumeo irom l vlsft to her sister In Earle, Ark. ijurs. Virginia r raci jjuj-in lias m. turned to "Memphis from a summer trip. After a visit with Memphis relatives Mr ann Mrs. wauer r.n.ery are en route to their home in the istnmui oi Panama. - Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Anderson have returned from a visit to friends in Minnesota. ' ' Mrs. E. L. MacGowan and Miss Nor ma MacGowan are visiting Mrs. David Bo'l MacGowHn, In Knoxvllle, Tenn. Mra. Ciyde Beck, of Coahoma county. Miss., formerly Miss Dorothy Coora. of Memphis, is the guest of her parents, Dr. and Mra. C'oors. ' and the establishment of now dailies se"tn to be foreshadowed. )ne of these will gain gret batlonal Influence. , increase of the lilrthaato is tnaicaten and more plrla than hoys -will be born. Bneflts for the, negro race are pre-, aged ar.d a new leader will arise aitong them. . . . 1 persons wboae Wrttldate Is should avoid litigation as It will be exceed I'.tfly unlucky In the coming year Tho who are employed piiou ft make tht mo't of their opponu'iHle ' ' t'hl'dren born on this dav may be ... i. .,.!, hm winri si.rl aen- erous. Then ruWecls of Ilbra usually' bave forealgrii ana a iov oi jmu, - RUNS FOR MAYOR. HICKMAU Ky., Sept. '. 2. Spl.) R. M. Isler, prominent man of thta city, has entered the race for mayor of Hickman, subject to election in No vember. .Mr. Isler tnakea the thd candldata in thl race, the others being J. O. West and J. R. Brown. This elec tion will be held to fill unexpired term . f O. Caruthers. who has served two years 6r bis four-;vear term, Mr. rtfuthera resigning as he is now build ing a new home outside of th city limits.