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The Public Be Served The Public Be Sewed JL IMt JL A THE NE WS SC - A IPh PUBLISHED "V THE MEMPHIS NEWS SCIMITAR COMPANY Entered as Second-Class Mattsr at the Postofftre at Memphis. Tenn., Under the Act of March I. ll- DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY MIMIIH OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. The Aeenelated rrn la eioluslvely entitled lo the use for reproduction tf all nawi dispatches endued to it or not otherwise credited In The Nsws Scimitar, and alw tit local neva publlahed herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATH By carrier, Ho per week. Br mall, postage paid, I month, too; I month. He; I months, 11.00; f rnontha. 1200; 12 luonths, 14.00. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. If you have trouble about petting your papr, call Main 4S9 or Mem phis J and the matter will be given Immediate attention. 1KJ JEWISH NEW YEAR Beginning on Wednesday the Jews the world over held their great tnnual celebration of the new year. This carries the mind back to and through remotest antiquity before Abraham sat in the door of his tent, before the patriarchs and prophets walked and talked with God ; to the time spoken of by John in that mar 1 velous eruption of incomparable eloquence, "In the beginning." It is a time of giving thanks to God for the year's increase, of good feeling and good fellowship, of prayer and thanks and re ioicinir. The customary erecting reveals its spirit and purpose. In Hebrew: "Leshonu tovu teckosevu," winch, in fcngnsn, is riven: "May you be inscribed in the book of life." It would be difficult to conceive of anything vearnine of the human soul after immortality. God s chosen people are deserving of praise for mg shows their fidelity more than the way they cling to tnc oia, memorial thincs which time cannot change or obliterate. Even the blowing of the ram's horn is kept up as it was done when the world was young. This is done in a changeless form of worship of a changeless God, The centuries have died and mountain ranees and the islands action. Empires, dominions and nations have risen, ruled and nourished and passed, out me oia faith and the old forms and customs remain in primeval vigor and ardency of soirit. The Christian in its calendar count, but cannot thought and customs. Our Thanksgiving day is a pale reflec tion of the Jewish new year. And whether living in tents in tne wilderness, or in the rich land of promise, this custom has been followed and perpetuated in honor of the same God who has been worshiped by billions of people throughout the ages, whether called Jehovah, Jove or Lord. The Jews have been faithful, and hav not died, nor will thev while the fires of faith are kept burn ing in their hearts. The ancient observances are a part 01 tneir beings, and will live with them, linking the present with the : part, anu reducing l" vcnuincs tu liuma mi; v '"viv remembered In Memphis, as elsewhere, 1 the doors of their temples were thrown open on this and the publican were invited to tarle e-lves one a firmer erasp on of this world tnd of the next. Such things make living in these . v WATER TRAXXIU Announcement is made that r - -,, . . vt n i uM, vmiagtj any uiimih is uun v uo insujuieivu vn commendably Urge scale, This will mean much for the entire valley, and especially for Memphis, one of the chief distributing naij, cnicggg ana Jew uricans riaints. where frelcht issemblerf . . By water, rati and motor trucKS. to commercial growth and development, and water freight is the eheaoest. The exeat M ss ss not freights of the twenty-three or streams without trouble. There will be no crowding or con- cestion. Over this great highway these is never a burned bridge . . I . , . . .. . . , . r, ' or a washout, a broken rail or other obstruction to impede traffic, ..J ) I. trmm invnn. whn Ui a vi-ocel anA ore in over it. -iv tv io vw ' v e i.. ooni iwciuy-scvcii yems I.J - 1m vrguiC JIM vuiyuiAuuii was W put in a OargC line. IltS and pictured the day when these barges would be carrying their freights "From Lake Itaska to the Barbadocs." . . . cacn oarge was to have a oui oi mc way wnne in tne river or in snauow water, and ict down to stabilize the vessel in had Creat faith in thi pentftrhrtarH ... t i . ,i ins oarjije on an even Keei in tne 1 !. . . ...J .1. acts, ana enaoie it to outnae Untie, For some reason the project never ripened moneyed men . . , , r. 1 J I Were not poetical, perhaps. . ' C .u it. n Oince then the ranama Canal tb marina. Km. i... k ... ........v h. w..n nurnidicu. iiicsc mHrinc oarj:rj en it l tern tne seas m any weather, and in heavy freights, where it is desirable not to break bulk, a through trip can be made from Cincinnati to Calcutta: from Chicaco to Homr Koncr. However, if barges can be pius products to tidewater, much will have been accomplished. China is waking up and demanding railroads. To supply China with railroads as well as the state of Ohio is supplied would require six billion tons of steel rails, without counting other iron latKtssary. This means much to Tennessee and Alabama, where Iron can be produced cheaper than anywhere else on the globe, for the reason that the ore, the coal and the limestone to flex the former are found at one place in the same mountains and above daylight. In the most favored places elsewhere these elements must be hauled hundreds of miles in order to assemble them, and instead of being above daylight and capable of being moved by simple gravity, they are deep down in the bowels of the earth, and must be raised to the surface before being hauled away. Tennessee and Alabama's rich deposits of coal and iron will err, ir nr. . . l . 1 ' , .. a """ "i tc 01 mc canus sunace where these minerals are not to be found. To haul these heavy freights with out the expense of breaking bulk makes water transportation iin- '"v" " nam, vaiiai ithacj ncignoors oi tne ends oi the earth, and as the Mississippi valley is the home of surplus prod ucts, it is deeply interested in methods of transporting these r rAi n-f Ia llii cab.am . . . . i . .11 1 1 . i , . 1 vuu..i oui.i dcj, emu his daily pilgrimage shines. In trattic terminals must be provided along the route, and hoisting machinery provided to load and unload vessels and cars. The old method of the roustabout is antiquated, lie is so expensive as to be beyond reach. Great pumps that will 'transfer wheat. corn and grain from barges trivances that will move and handle solid freight must be pro vided for the business, as is done in other countries. These invat . rivers are God's freight lines. lions of tons of water and other millions of tons of silt, held in suspension and carried we know not where, nor will we know, until art Island in the gulf or some sea rears its head, as one lias ' done in the once deep Memphis harbor. This great freight route is free to all who care to use it, and it is gratifying to know that , . an effort is being made to provide freight-carrying vessels that will eelt the surplus products at their source, and carry them away to those who need. PAUL BLOCK, INC., Special Representative. 2i0 Fifth Ave,. New Tork; Mailers Building, Chi cago; Little Building, Bob ton; Kresgs Building, DeuoiL more beautiful. Jt expresses the many things, but pernaps notn- left their petrified bones in the thrown up in the sea by volcanic dynasties have come and gone; world has lopped off 3,01)0 years get away trom many naDits 01 great occasion, and the gentile enter, contemplating t'c &pct- the permanence of the things Fer omnia saecuia saecuiorum. latter days a luxury. , v ' ' - i water traffic between Cincin- ! j-i c- : -j is soon v po iitgugwaica vu a. here can be sent to destination mi r . ...... uieap ireigius are necessary and Ohio rivers can carry all the more state that margin on these - e- -. ii , . j rt-.;i1 ku a vcuiicuiau "iu,u wmn C , T Um r.,,.ne it ... U 1 fl. ai. x.vU., u v y. WBS OI a praciicaj turn vi umiu, . . -f centerboard which could be raised the STulf or other deep water. He wMpVi hp hrlirvrrl wnnM hrA ... ., . . . I worst typnoon in tne urieniai .. . I ! .1 A. I tne wors; nurncane on tne At- has mined thp tn ncean and I j . . operated so as to carry the stir- ty 111 ldnus on wnicn tne sun in order to enjoy benefit from river into sea-going vessels, and con Over them be sends annually mil It Happens In the Best Regulated Families i : rr " J y '" 1 YeEdiiorNods r JoHs ancl Jcsis Slipped Past Ho TKe Blue Pamcal THB BLACK BELT. The Linden avenue car line, between the hours of 6 and 7 a. ni., continues to hold the palm as the champion car '&mjxW rVVZMS X -iiugiy mummied again vrmay morning. riving at Main an mbji:Wj whorri wer white ntfn 80oJeB . toaK!LBVhroh If calked ail car and ;n7eTSowar"d0th.ront o( th.nTa ex. ear tn m. eccona seat. WHY, PHIL! mil m. cenaia. wen Known local at torney, will have to go further before u- m -u n diiAiir ri I m in ttiam Mr-aiim in ttiai ciui. Although pmi own a plantation m manias, we cannot nring ourselves 10 tne point or reterriiig WkUwi! utnwhrkBvJhl, to tho point of referring to him as "at with .lamen Brett Phil exprensed as grooM on the farm digainit un neanute. ' inn ni them un exo a nma Phil "The deuce. I always thought " " D""" have you ssen btellat ,: ,.rVeioui Uiit in. in .hibition at th Trt.Hjat.jajr wuu knows. i a udV, wraring sugntiy less than nothing at all. She T a marvelous work of at t. w are toid this pertiuv- )Y slt w"n.lh P'ntlng wa e. inntien ai ma msco rair, ioo. "Nteiia in noculiar for tne raan mtt. ..,, BVB, mrrirt Wr,mn vhn nnnnmnntpA hrr hnnhnnri In t Ho exhibit to . ay exactly lbs sain. word. u every ouier niaxrioa woman, inose words are; "Corns on, John hit's laava hsrs." SPEARMINT, There w a young chap named Mc who loved a sweet firi, and he ,,, .hth. ,. Whan he reached tha front yard, Ho liked onions, and eouldnt de iude er i tur thby did. a 'm tht ahorirt of 0""ke county arrested revelers who had dammed up corn liquor which he was pouring into a gutter. And, au though the Item doesn't say so, we nre- sumei the revelers Iheii damned the sheriff of cocks county. OUCHI It roev bs our vivid Imagination, but after having visited the fair we cannot get awsy trom tne laci tnat mere seem SreV "w" "tmy dM n Bur "ttsr NOT SINCE JULY 1. Now that the governors of Virginia outdoor i.iillliil!iiiini.,il.lin.iili illhiml iiiii.tlhit.i i l i i " h i m I wiimwimu .ill N Hll II 1111 ' 1 M AHir'OAwacftoujf Kmfr. Mfjryf. I . I I . I", .-. -w I ') -.,!r innt AlulUlVf rrr WovJ I I I! ' ' C 'I I M.LU0M wis I r ' rMtM .jm fl I I Ui. 1 . I i ' ''" '''' i ;j CtVHNQr A PONSCOItC PAN fst ctcse op op mr fAvofilTE CAUL, pcwa?. Tur WTrrWT OUW 03weT Tvfe CUiUhoojc AU. Doi.Ut up Csjprrlght, Ml. T the Tmjune v v . .J --, - m'tff,,flr ""'iiini,', . , , v " & and North Carolina are quarreling about Interstate auto thefts we can see no hope for a reconciliation such as wax effected between the govs or N. and 8. Carolina. POLITICAL. Ti remains in be seen whether or not Col. Bacon will bring home ths bacon on ths sixth of November. OO-OO-EEEt Not being a physician ws hssltata to state that Buoon may cause Williams severe t'aine. Moving Pictures Strand. Jess Wlltard might have taken a tip from Charles Ray anil trained for his big pattl by wrestling egg crates. In his newest Paramount-Artcraft-Ince film, "Tha Egg Crate Wallop," on view at the Strand theater this week, Mr. Ray has the role of Jim Kelly, anslut ant to the village express agent. A sum of money Is mysteriously stolen from the express company's safs, and Jim la ascused of the theft. He thinks Cave Hankell, his bons and his sweetheart's father. Is the guilty person and leaves town to cover him tip. In Chicago he becomes sparring partner (or a pugilist and at the laxt moment steps In the ring to substi tute for a crooked fighter and lands the victory with his "gg crate wai- lop." His opponent proves to bs the man who stole the money a fact whli -a fact which Jim discovers In an Ingenious fashion, Colleen Moore and a competent cast support Mr. Ray. Majestic Cnld Bennett, who Is featured In Thomas H. lues's latest Paramount photoplay, "Stepping Out," which now Is being shown at tha Majestic theater, will be appreciated In more ways than on In this picture. Aside from the atnrv theme, It la a matter of film rec ord that lSnld Bennett has been rapidly Stepping out since nsr aeout, in turn land. Some of her more recent photoplays that have attracted very favorable comment are "Partners Three," "The I .aw of Men," ana -ine tiauniea nou room." As has baen often said, Miss Bennett Is from Australia, but she Is a typleat American girl and loves evervthlng about tnis country. She owns an automobile and spends all her spare moments absorbing the beauty of f allfornia. Pbs says If she ever gets a vacation she is going to travel acmss the continent In an auto mobile,, making many side trips. Princess. - A mvstery story that grips you at ths start and holds you fax'lnated un til the end of the picture Is "The Haunt ed Bedroom. Thomas H. Ince s latest Psremeunt picture, stsrrlng dainty Enid Rennett, which Is now being shown at the Princess theater. With a arace and feeling does Miss Bennett portray the character of the newspaper reporter who Is assigned to ferret out a ghost mystery that has aroused a Southern community. The actions of the weird and mysterious lielns are loslcallv explained with rsa- son for every apparent invasion from the spirit land. Bray s rictograpna are anaeci. .soaavTr Mvt M nvTi a 's.?A' f, i Association (New Tork Tribune). in e(iiiiiiis 1 l-;,.iilwk,.Ji A UTVuE 8WOE O' WF1B. Out our way There la a man Who alwayg Invites His butcher And his butcher's wita Evary time he aaa a party At his, house. It la quite a nifty Social Bet : ' " -'' ;' That this man affects. And the nifty social set Grow a bit peevad . And reminded tha gentleman TAUj GRASS JtEFTECTlOXS. A town without a brass band Is like a family without a phoiO' tranh it la liable to worrv along and hava g, pratty good time in Ufa. Bud 'Perkins Is so stingy that sent in tha cniintv iftil and cat a haircut for OOthlnc Another thing that Job never nff'n a ai&tt fruit 1ar. There is about as much aecrecy about a courtship In a town of 1,200 as there Is about a magazine explosion aboard a battleship. As soon as a feller and gal are seen together In an ice creanv parlor folka begin to wonder when they are going to git marriea. . MY GROCERY. The ch I spend 1 tood each day Evokes a string of words from mt; I count them over the bills I pay My grocery my grocery. - Each egg a grafteach prune a snare To maka ray life one daily grind; I add each list unto the end, and there My finish find. O memories of feasts long past My duty plain I cannot doubt; To yield each meal and strive at last , To do without. Walter Ptlitzer. . "On to Mexico," screams a contemporary headline. Sure we're on to Mexico. Always have been. , e e HA! HA! In the Rogina (Saskatchewan) Post we find chronicled the return, after a brilliant overseas service, of Lieut. Eber Laugh. e ' ' ;, Oolng to war with Mexico? , Whoa! Just one moment, one only. Boy, please page the leagueot nations. A little end-of-the-courtshlp note is round In tha following want ad. which made a recent appearance: "WANTED- Te exchange good two-passenger porch swing for a baby carriage." .4 . vmmm vtMntrfi By Briggs Ji sw aw That he owed eometnini to society. Being wiaa, he repliadi "Yea, I do owe something To society, that's tact, But not as much aa I owe My butcher." All of which Goes to show that The H. C. of h, la etlH Hitting on twelve Cylindera, and soma v Hatty thinkers Uke this man are lasmlng To partially solve It. he stole a ham ao that he could be did ,was to try to unscrew ths too TO m fu fi- h t- .... uio-iifCE "'to tjiiTAiocc ir TWtwfr AT TVrr- UOOlCj- eWAAOir (4UrAsH Wlfnm 1 PUBLIC DISCUSSION CAR6 prom pather op e DEPUTY MARSHAL WEBSTER T Tha News Scimitar: , take t.ils mplhod of thank nr the many friends and rood neotila of Mem phis for the many klndnewvi rhovn to tne iamiiy of my eon, o. R. Webster. United Kiates deputy marshal, who was recently killed in that city. Our hearts go out in true gratituoe ana apprecia tion also for the frieadshlp and rervice rendered by the good people of Tunica, Dundee and I.nl.i, at the burial of my sen. we snail always retain a warm place In our hearts for those who were so kind to us, both In Memphis, Tuni ca, Dundee and Lula. . D. WEBSTER. . Vaiden, Miss. hog-wild. 4 To The News Bclmltart Thousands of dollars are now being of- fere'' for a hog. Abe Martin should rise to say, "Who remembers ths time whan a nig nog could Be bought for wun me worm aoina maa. commer- . daily, and getting rapidly away from the Inspiration of mental achievement and spiritual progress, wo should not wonaer mai even tne despised swine should engross the attention and en compass ths whole ambition of soma men wno iivt opiy to win aouars. It la all well enough to Improve live stack, and to keep pact with science in that direction; but when men do these thtnss. not in se hnw manv cH'I. dren can be made pretty and fat from eating hog meat, as a result of much learning about the beast that caused Aaron's dishonor, but to enrich them selves In dollars, painful nausea gathers about the sastrlo recrion of those who have no hogs and, perhaps, little money, ano wno. unfortunately c;j nave oe- voted themselves to tasks looking to the elevation of human kind. In which the hoc. either as a hoe. or as a thinsr having a monied value, has po place. to strong is this hog fever tnr.t news papers are persuaded to allow elaborate sptee for advertising king hogs, prince ogs, ana quks nogs. wun one oi hese things bringing from tit, 000 to $60,000, hog-worship is coming to eclipse that of the golden calf. 1 once read a story of a man who worshiped benign human face carved By nature on the luce or a great mountain rock. As time wore on the worship transformed the face of the worshiper Into a perfect likeness of the thing worshiped. constant thinking of nogs may nave a like result. 1 have no doubt that constant thinking of the grosser things of life tends to bring the thinker into narmony ana eimiwuae wun mem. i have In mind two of the tnost promi nent hog enthusiasts In the South, who are dally becoming more and more like Berkshire bears, both In personal re. semblance and ehaiaoter. While they can say on tne instant wnat a certain Doars get is worm on tne marnei, they dopTt know the difference between blcforate of potash and ths plan ot salvation. Between the rattle of money nd ths stench of the pig-pen, they nave i an utter contempt lor um man ef brains, who sets his pure life i.pon elevating Influences, as oppossd the bestial in man or plgology. Hut "PlgS 18 pigs." J. B. VVttHtS, Women's Committee Widening Scope Of Its Activities The women of Memphis, who are banding themselves togather for two speoinc oBjecut law eiirorcerncm aim Qlvlu improvement will hold another Important meeting Monday afternoon. The organ liatlon Is the result of sev eral meetings and haa thus far baen known as the central committee of women. ' Committees on by-laws and other matters are working upon organ Isatlos, and It is said that some plan la to Se worked out through 'which It will be possible for Individual women to join, although the first plan was to confine ths membership to women's Clubs, church societies and guilds. Applications for membership have corns in so rapidly that It la evident that the membership is to become city, wide and it Is probable that at Mon day's meeting It will be proposed to re name the committee so as to Indicate more properly the extent of He mem bership and the scope of Us proposed activities, The women were much Impressed with a recent address by Capt. George A. Hays, of ths United Btates public health service, and have asked him to draw up a tentative ordinance provld- ing for the lleensing and Inspection of all hotels, rooming houses and board ing houses, with a view to their periodic Inspection by the health and sanitary forces of the olty, and with a provision that such licenses may be canceled on proof that any form or immorality la knowingly permitted. The ordinance will be aimed, of courae. St certain ledglng houses of the lower class which have long been under suspicion. Such an ordinance wouio Be in tine witn tne demands of the women that members of their sex shall be appointed on the police force. , , , The committee as orgsnlied Is non partisan, and Its promoters elalm it will not be permitted to taKs any part whatever In politics. WILL DISCUSS PLANS FOR ATHLETIC CLUB Plans for the organization of a pew sthletlo club to oe ennauotsa en moo em lines, with amole athletic eaulp ment. a large dining room, and other modern accommodations, are being dis cussed again. Tknaa In touch with the growth of amateur athletics In Memphis during the past few years believe tnat sucn an organisation would receive much support and that It is needed for tho fuller development of clean amateur "T.'ovenilna beard of the City club which has dlsoused the matter several limes, haa called a luncheon meeting for Monday noon at the Chamber of Commerce for a general discussion of the proposed plans, Among these Invited are the presi. ri.nta of the Chamber of Commerce, Rotary club, Lions club. Kiwanls club and a number of other civic clubs. Those who have looked into the sub ject believe that a club organised on proper lines would attract a member ship of several hundred. deltaIoaFdIstrFct in lee county upheld tlTTLB ROCK. Ark., Sept. 28. (Spl.) --The house late Thursday afternoon, after a two hours' fight, defeated Sena tor Ward's bill to repeal an act which created the Delta road district in Lee county. His bill also would have cre sted a, district embracing the entire county. The vote was 33 for and 64 Sgainat. . FIND SAILOR'S BODY. NORFOLK, Va.. Bcpt. 26. The body jf a naval warrant officer, identified as that of 8. J. Brletew, n pharmacist's mate, at the Hampton Roads naval operating base, was found yesterday hanging from a limb of a tree In a thickly wooded section of Ooeanvlew, a penrhy summer resol. I-'hyctclans said death had occurred three cr four week ago, and tho coroner pronounced It a care of aulcldo. BIO YAM YIELD. HICKMAN. K. Sept. 25. (Spl.) Sam Wilson, of near Hickman, has a U-acre patch of swept potatoee four miles out from Hickman, which is doubtless the largest crop of this kind In Fulton county. Present Indications are that the yield will he enormous with a production of around S.fWO bushels. Figuring this at prevailing prices, It reaches a figure far beyond cotton and corn crops and prices. HOTEL CHANGES HANDS. WAT VALLEY. Miss.. Sept. 20. (Bpl.) The Oslc Hsll hotel has just been transferred trom Dr. and Mrs. S. D. Addtngtou to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. BWppy LOTS CAST FOR CHANCE TO SLEEP ON TAdLm , i.v.j ii. TtinradaT nlfht for the Drtvileae of sleeplngon tables In the lobby of the Y. M. C. A- n tables were all occupied, two men to a table, as well aa all the easy chairs ani settees. Cots had been placed m an tha hallways and every available sleep ing placa was used, ana men to be turned away. . . b u i an n Artrr Is remain ing' on duty all n'ieht this week to make the guests of the ?'Y" aa comfortable aa possible and to aasist strangers in n Ing rooms in private homes when pos sible. . , At 11 o'clock Friday morning room and cot at the ' Y" had been re served for the night Mr. Jackson ap peals to every resident to notify him at the Y. M. C. A., phone Main 1074, so that the guests or ths elty during ths fair may not be compelled to walk streets at night for ths lack of a plats to sleep. THEATERS. THB DSST1 N VAUPIVIbfcH Phenes (31. Today, t:1 TenigM, TRIPLE HEADLINE BILL, CHARLES HINRV RIGOLETTO Asslstsd by the $wsnen Sisters and Company, In "AROUND THE WORLD" AM-I, V ' rtj I'ty. Master Gabriel & Co. In a One-Act Comedy "LITTLE KICK." PRINCESS RADJAH Creator of Oriental Osneere In Her Famous "Cleepstra Dane." EXTRA FEATURE EDITH CLIFFORD ' Comedienne Pleasing to the Eye and Ear. OTHER FEATURES, V ii inn in 1 1 1 ii iJiXiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiBBiiijBiiiiiilii umw i iuvxa.sa, i ' CONTINUOUS, 1 TO H P.M. A Show Topped By 2 Headline Acts 2 La Follette &Co. Snappy Diversion of Dance Varieties aiid Song Specialties- Lieut. Chas. Gerard A Real Hero of the Argonne ' ' 3--Other Loew Acts 3 May Allison in 'The Uplifter. ", - A Satire" Loew'e New Event ana CemedlM . USUAL MATINEES. 10.15a, NIGHTS. SAT, ANO SUN. MATINEES, 10-aO.JOe, LYRIC ,Mat Today, Tonight Last Two Performances Cohan and Harris' Musical Comedy. "GOING UP". Augmented Orchestra MOVING PICTURES. Today and Saturday Enid Bennett "The Haunted Bedroom" On the .trail of the super natural, yet the ghost al ways following her, sick ening her heart. A mys tery to make a Sherlock Holmes quake, solved by a young newspaper woman. Added Feature Bray Pictograph " ? Strand Theater Opposite Hotel Gayoeo Tomorrow Morning At 9:30 O'clock There Will Be Presented the Real Llv Buster Brown And His Dog Tige Who will site a most unlqua and novel entertainment to tho children ot Memphis. Brinj tba kiddies to aee Buster and Tige. Bustar has a present for every child who corses. CHILDREN FREE asTi .&aev 'tejat t-- ik'iJriii'A.