The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 42 of 50
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5 1922
SOME HIGHLY IMPORTANT MEMBERS OF THE RED-HAEDED CLUB
lly JULtLT HAM.t"N! KTY1 M
Uoucher rolle I'lidcm mar
eapouso nil kind nf rnillrul Ideas
but Ihf ran of ib hoishevint will
no forever nn dnd tn u certain
group of thrin an l 'fi- rnu of thnt
gentleman who nnn upon n tlms
nnd many times had presidential as-nlratlnn.
H H not vn a debatable matter !
with Urn girls- tlila aversion to Mil!-1
rl idea. They will nvr. never i
permit ltnir.mi.lvmi l-i be raited
"lied." I'.very ymr l myrtle pvoc-
fan nn secret tbi sonro nf th
stenographer's fur com hout n
dozen student hnroms lnfuil with I
a vlolvtil mention i. on word ami
Ml 11 synonym iml Hint word W
At prrient II girls tliclurtliiK ill
Jttith Wallate daughter of th
retary nf trlrrliur'-. r mwiM"
of it noi'Uty and th nii mention
nf red "i even rrla ruby mihwrn.
trlmnnn nr carp! In lltt'lr presence
(a rnnnn belli.
For Hi" fly forty-flv hav
handed tliomi"'lM Into n nrgniihNt
lion ia;nii l ly th oll offl-
Wiiln na the T.llim Tli.ls.
Pat pe-.ple mil ted-halred girl
lire nlwavn in rniiK-d nf having melt
nilturiil good Humor ruined liy oon-
Htntit reminder nf rhnrneterlstlc
whleh in lime h "Hi nnplmiMnt. Hi)
IT year ngo five liouchsr Blrln d- I
rldnd that lno nil Uilr llvm thV 1
lie 1 nutinililirl with snni fort nf
Itrne in mt' h nam a "fled" "Car-
iit" or Hiiii-t Top" It vR tlm
fur th worm In turn. Willi their I
own nd xprlne In mlnil th
flvi girl foinied a frtrnltyth
Tltlntf Tint n society thut only
grow tner Indl'snluhfr as tlmo KDe
nil li "open MMin'' ! iiiictwiHK- '
inp nnd nnchnngrd in he n Titian
Tint nn niii't Iiati hnlr nf a nnturnl
rrddlnh hn MIm Wnlhoo linn hnlr
if III rpnul:d itlind. Illllln lliirkc
'I'll In ii tixtrnorillnnry lifts neooptod
nn Invltnitnii lo ho hnnnrnry vlre
prmldrnl nf thr noidfty.
Th olijci'tn nf the friitornlly nr id
dlicuuiHK lh u of "irt" pntllou-
li rly In th iminl dUpnrnRini; pot
nMin" for ppnpl with lofli of Hint
nhnde. All nnninlnint lo tholr rnn-
ntltullon which an fur linn nnt hnn
ndoptodi provli1in thnt lha iiinmbfrn
of tho frnlornliy nhnll innrry only
icdhtuded men. Hnwevnr the cn-
F.tllntlon nnd hy-lw nrr. In Ih
Mnny nre the t-fetlri nt Onuolir
llternn'. drninntlf. rellglnitn lint
Ihe Titian Tlnin In thn ir.ont axrln- '
niv yet dnnorrallo nf thnrn nil. Th 1
midnight lamp enn lie burned iptlto
mil tho homily npnolnllnt mny urow i
wealthy and rrtlro hernimn of th
vlaltn of niplrnnln to tlila Klowlng
roclety yet nil of thro avail not If
the nmbltloun one ban not been
hU9d with Titian hair by nature.
A diingenn Imprlaonmon of SO day '
or until tlmo could Yevi-ol llin nat-
ural lmdu of hnlr would he a pual
'live neoennlly If if mnrn man hud lo
ileclna which lieautlful i-oilogo maliw
worn qualified for cntrnnnn Into thin i
rairrtuty nut nun nr tnn prntmrai
naaertionn nf tho Titian Inthat
I'lnca their organKatlnn In IPOfi they
have never failed to affiliate a Klrl
wheme hnlr win of nny reddlah hue
irom a pain piiikhii yenow to n-
darlt bronr. nf a turkey' wlnu. Yet
never Its hlatory ha Itn mrrad con-
. atltutlon licen laid bnrn In a Klrl
' whoae hair time revealed to bo of
"ucli a lovely druK nlnro ahade nr
henna that It could deoolvo one of
I nature' cliooon duughlern a real
Onu of tile rc(Ulretnent for nil-
mliaton to tho hoc I My In familiarity
Willi thn Ufa of Titian. Uven th
' Intent recruit Into their rank will
tell you that Titian wnn nn ldeal(tor
the Italian' chool nf Venlco. and was
! born In H77. Tliny will enlhunlan-
. tleally tell you of how h viewed tho
plendor nf the world In a biff
healthful imiplo way nnd reprn
entod It with th kIouIiik bninh nf
a nupremn i-oloclnt. ' Th world to
hlni wan n piiRoitnt. Without em-ploying-
any violent rontraat of light
nnd eiiado or of mm color lo an-
nlhtr h' 'rorked out a peculiar gol-
len yellow barkKround which by
Itaolf exerrlne n great charm. The
. red gold hnlr of llln portrait hiw
never been equaled.
"The red-hulred woman get th-i
whlln tho uthum anlff nr un aflui'
the henna" Dr. Jnnuph Oldflold told
thn Hoolrty uf l'hllofogy In London
th other day.
"Tho woman In attract a man
Iiiuat be a 111 tin different from the
"lied." hair In Urn bijat color nnt.
Of all color tho nhndo of copper nnd
Herenw in thin knowledge the Tl
pin I never moved from in .
place over thu owner n I rar" tl
more elnborato pin of a f dr.'
To lmprn upon itn r. Z 1
greatly favored by nn' ir "i(y
mo niuiiii.-iipnin or rd n ri f.:
arc often dlieuwnd m 'l'11?!
of tho Titian Tint la i
door and the ahlnlng l
collego nro In atrcct n s
With pride Merlo s i
little bobbedhalr '.liic'.
olnn point out mnny
facta about her red la
men pant and pren'tit
uen lmvo hnlr of that y
or tints nf It." nh m I
tnmoiiH vamplrei luvr
1 nn 1
' lion I
' n Wort I
' y hat
' it I
' ur cot I
i raortfl I
Mini Hmh WuIIhi-c ihuiKlilcr of the
Mfrclnry nf At'rlciiltiiro nun of th"
itlory-cnmncil fort) -f tin at 5iuicher
who lint i! hlrickcn ml nn applied
lo I in I r fniin their Ic&lcuiu.
IViinrc I'lnrk In it member of the Tlllnu Tlnln (alaito)
"Tim Heudlni; (.nol" tthcro tlio Tlltati 'llnla wll ImmiUh Id lnrn'an tlm
rolli-iro tiindi. "Aru )(u well nsul?" li tliclr coiiiiUthIuii.
red are the moat hn.iutlfutly un-
common. "Other women recognizing the
crowd" llr. Oldfleld tntd "Hhe
nillHt bo Wicked dlatlnrtly talented
or munt ntrlke inniii color note.
advnntiiRo of the rvd-hulfvd woinuii
In llm matrimonial markut either
rnvlnimly ilHpiirnKe her by railing
'enrrotn' or nopy her by lining a Imn-
tlAn 'J'lnta gu calmly on tholr ahln-
lng way at collego Miuolohlng nil
tucttnaa ronvernatlnnallatu and kIhhi
nltig all thlni;n rd.
The Tlllana' actltltlcn aru purely
nodal nnd an thuy ara ununlly band-
ed together wherever they go they
live up to thu reputation of tho nr-
tlat whona nama they honor and
glv a rd-gold background to even
II 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ilutlie linuorary prcaldcut ol
tho firry fnrty-fltc (In rlrvJc)
the dulleat cornor On tho ntrctl
car In tho rtataurant. tho advent of
45 Tltlniuhalrcd glrla rnuacK th
moat alci'py eyoi to open wide.
Democratic In over' reaped the Ti-
tian Tlntn' fame and motto have
pirad o far that ovon when the
brlght-hulred IS enter certain res-
tauranta for a voclablo little "feed"
red onlonH red cnbbagun. carrotn to.
Virginia Hand)- tho currlen the
ilnnli and go aupiionctl lo Ik' the ml-
hriurn lirrltiigo to l lie Kjiiiluihliini
inutoea and chcrrlea dlrappcar in-
etnntly iiom view
Kvcry nprlug after the Mat "Step-
nlnglng" a red rnmhlo roo I
planted In front nf ono tif tho tnll
cnlumnn of Ooucher hall to per-
petuate tho momory of thono red-
bulroil glrln who am graduating.
Thn ronu bunli i carefully cultivated
ami inernneil tne nreaa ortnoao It
Campaign of Repression
Charged to Government
By Attorneys of India
Wood Is in Greater Demand Than Ever
CALCUTTA Feb. 4 Tho action
of tho Indian government In arret-
ing many hudreda nf agitator In thn
nonco-operatlon movement nnd oth-
ers known an Congrena of Khalifat
Yonluntcers In conneqiience of tho
llots and other incidents which at-
tended the visit of tho prince of
Wales to India as evoked several
The government's altltudn In de.
pounced In a protest algnod hy ISO
lawyers at Madras an "a campaign
of repreaalon and abime of tho ordi-
nary provisions of the law lor poli-
tical purposes Involving unwar-
ranted and unconatltutlonal Interfer-
ence with tho liberty of eltitena."
"Wo ronslder" the lawyer an-
rerted "that the wholesalo and un-
justifiable nrroala and Imprisonment
nf publlceplrhed rltltnna for poli-
tical activities constitute a grave
lnrnaca to publlo aaftey and express
our firm conviction thnt mich men-
hureu inaugrated In a ttnn- of law unci
rdor ara really subversive to law
Seven leading members of the
Moderate party In Calcutta have Is-
sued u manifesto dophulng Hie In-
illation of iiiiolley Hlmultaneoua with
tho vlult of th prince of Waloa. Th"y
declare that iMiernlou In po remedy
for political unrest and that a policy
u rvjirvMiino vm' oaivui ua own end
and lead to ucrluu. rvaulta.
Ixird Keudlilg. Hie Viceroy how-
ever cnnlendB that thn government
policy la not on nf repression. De-
lending that policy In it'idying to an
addrusn preauntod by thu llcngnl
'MahaJon Babha he deilnrud that
greater fallacy extstti than tu suggest
;that the government means only to
leovarn by resort to force."
Ua Dolntad out that tho eovn.
Vaaeni W bound to inaltitalu Uw
and order and protect law abiding
cltlicus and that tt beenmo necessary
for tho government to exercise power
and authority to combat Intimidation
nnd coercion brought to bear upon
persons tr (orco them to takw action
In which they did not bellavo.
Tho Viceroy charged that the nr-
rests In Calnuttn were In moat In
stances forced nnon the government.
II aiwertnd that the political icadora
had defied the law for the purpose
of being arrested and obtaining
Tiicn lie rmia nenmnttrauons are
mnde to force tho government to
make mbre arreata
That ha said was thu situation
dispassionately stated. Although he
would be sorry to say ono word thnt
would Increase tho atuto of tension
already (xutlnu. tlio Vlrorov said
hat the pollay of the government
In nroveiitlng Intimidation nnd un
lawful oppression nnd of enforcing
dun regard for law must nersiat.
The Viceroy reiterated statements
he had previously made that thore Is
no internum ny me inaian govern-
ment to Interfere with opposition to
the government or with the expres
sion of at rnn it reelings against It.
provided thnt the law I nhaervnd
"The government has never wished
to shut out dltcuwdon" ha asserted
"Quito the opposite I tiiivo nn many
neraalon since I arrived Indicated
that my government wished to know
and remedy lenlllmiUe grlet-ancea
Nothing that ha happened hu
chunged this policy "
agents who recently rnldcd on Al
bany saloon told a United Htatee
commissioner that they were afraid
to taste of the. "boote'' Xor "fear it
Loulno Slrolo of rittsburclu whoso
"(TohiiIor glory lulmltttil her
to thn Tltlnii Tint.
enmmomorntps are teirMerly spoken
of but the bush Is always alluded to
ns the "rnmbler rose" never as the
"red" rose bush.
College rltntlntlc seem to shnw
that rrd-halred glrla shun mnthe-
matleal roursen and the majority
rhooKo such subjcel an history and
octal science. They seem to be too
vital too dynnmlr. for abstract pur-
suits Many of the girls aro among
the mint pnpulnr in tne colic
one ban already gained fame as an
artist another nn n poctosn. 8vcrul
of the- Tltlnnn makn very eloquent
pollticlanH and member of the fra-
ternity aro particularly active In
athletics. They aro all-around good
Only I wo members (if the faculty
nro elidible for membership In this
society and both happen to be men.
One Dr. lt.mn Kroehllchor. nrt Dro-
fessor hu been at rinueher so long
that even Ihc terrain initiation ot
the Tltlnnn could not disturb hln
eiiulllbrlum. The other Dr. H. K.
Cleland profrmor -of botany l
vimnir unit Inierestinc. ihh inni.i-
Hon Into thfl Titian Tints Is of such
recent date that at thn Thanksgiving
bnnqtist of the cnllegn bin advent
Into tho Boclety wan cclebrntod thus
by song: .
"Where oh where Ih Or. Cleland?
Where Oh where. Is Or. Cleland?
Where oh where In l)r. Cloland?
lie's gone up to thn faculty.
He went up nn Titian blushes
Itn went up on Titian bluslic
Ho went up on Titian blusheB
Knfit niw In the faculty."
Overcome by embarraKsment Or.
very wicko very talent. I r Z
m'mieu. Ji in HBseitr.f . (
rvnr vamped her wny p
! hnd lienutlful red gold i
nf the beacon lights of In
I hnd Tltlnn-tlnteil hair ( .
rit Itruce gucen ii.v
' Queen of Hcotn many pc
nnmen will llvo forever h v
I brightest of all color p.r.
hair. Mnny celebrated a
today have been tlntid h-y
1 to mention those who hat
I to rhenilcnls to gain that
i There nro so mnny thl-
Titian to bo proud pf th.v r a nr.
1 not for ono period of ii r flrjij
i they might forgot entire i-it Ui
were Just ordinary humi btiA
(This nn dark spot In the ) tri
'which they usually lmw endjri
1 ror a period nr two weeks i whtt
hating I In full swing
Then It h thnt thnne t'lk for.
tunnte enough to be Tltii lutun.
fortuuulo enough to be sbmt.
nre compelled by the r.ph term it
wear red swenters nnd ' .'lit ri
1 Ihbons. Itesldcs being of - a color
which they wlah nun a l i).jr
reallzo fully how unbeennt t red li
when It matches oiio'h h r. even
collego girls III pursuit of hlfhtr
cdiientlon are not Indifferent to iiirh
things as nppeuraners. Af'ir tWi
einbnrrnsHlng time In nt nu end thi
'TU'.imu (..win ll.nle i1lr. ....
torn of making n bright r ' In Ibi
I college chapel every morning
Iled'halred people nil nvf.- )
I world hnve nccepted tho ctiallrn
I sent nut by tho Titian Tint it
aouchcr. nnd urn organlztno in cltbi
which while recntlng the' r lentlm
I of red nre proud of the r fltlu
lock. Komo cnll their hair goidu
some Titian and boiiic proud'- flaunt
It as plnln red. Their .nnttn wrlttn
In red Ink Is ununlly:
"Dull hnlr llttlo ti'
Ited hair nerve nnd grit"
I A croup of fbimlng-hnl) i il tlrli
hna sent a list of questions u. h n
only girls could think of ill) the u
from the headaunrters of n cut
they nm forming In Pnrln and in
eagerly awnltlng details of th
Titian' fraternity. Other hivt
cnt grcollngs to tho Cloui her ii
nnd many nro tho dark rumors ho
Titian blushes matched Titian hai-
nnd KquolchinB was forgotten wh
the picture nf twelve handsome rei-
hulrcil youths of Spokane Wnshlnt-
tnii wan received nddreMcd f
Ituth Wallace of the Titian'' l
dcrneath woro written -the tv :trd -
"Orcctlngs! Sisters' Wn han
formed the Clcmmer Ited-IIalri
lled-headed boys at John Hop
kins university arn looked on -with
envy by tho lens fortunaln etudfn't
for did not ono of them melt th
lev cluncen of 46 lovely -TIMan c"
on a hlko one day7 A croup oil
IlopklnH studenta wero looking w't
dazzled eyes at the beautiful maid
ens nnd wero receiving only col!
Ktaren In return. Suddenly erica of
"Let's show them Kelly'" wtf
heard nhd a struggling young ma"
was lifted high nn husky nhuuldcr
A stylish tweed hat wan forcibly r
moved rcviillng a head of tlS"'
and fiery curln.
An If by mnqlc tho face of thn
high nnd mighty Tltlnns (
wreathed with Hmlles nnd miirtr.uri
of "Isn't he ruto?" nnd "Whnt mar-
velous hair1" pnsscd through that
group of admiring glrln. In spl''
of so much obvious ndmlrntlon tn
center of attrnctlou only lncrea1
hln efforts tn releaso himself from
his lofty position and nn his oplrlo.
of his captors was exprcf.i'-d nio
and more vehemently the rncrrlf
grow his comrades.
m. i. .u- . I . Til an
i llieil II Wlin IIIUV uiunn
' Tlnln nf nnM.lint- rnnll-nft that 1'
. tn ni frimiiM would Vim klndnCHH tn "Kel' v" to cur1
dives In all direction only tn sink their admiration nnd continue thn'
bnck with despair In his chair. hike. With only frozen Blii'i'es fe
.Membership In thn Titian Tlntn tho co or-bllnded boy "'
does not prevent n student from warmest of smiles for Kcll tr
. - i M.rli nnlKr.fl nerpnelv nn. mnklpC 11 ViP1
all of tho TltUuis arir members of I derful golden background for
other friiternltle. out tne ntinn nmuiii nmii""
Thoaa who want tu prove how the
world has progveraed alnce grand-
father father or even we wero boys
often use na an Itluatratlon tho sup-
planting of wood -by metal commit
tlio and brick. They point convinc-
ingly In the modern dreadnought
and giant rreiKiiter tne rireprunf
building and tho up-to-date steel
railway car. They contrast tho lat
est model in automonuea construct-
ed almoit entlralr of metal with tho
carrlaga at 16 years ugo which was
nraotlraltv all Wood except the
sprlt'.jd axles and unh'alatery tucks.
They will tell you that even furni
ture tiling cases ucsks ami cnairn
are now made of metal and wood
All of this Is perfectly true so fur
as It goes but he who recounts tho
thlngn whicn wood in pot doing naa
told only part of the story. An
equally striking Illustration of mod-
ern progress Is furnished In "What
wood la doing toward advancing
ulenco art and Industry"
While other materials are now
hlni uilsd for nu mooes where wood
alone was one employed thore Is
little probability that the enter tunc-
tlon pt Umber in tho futuro will be
lo produce golf Micks nnd baseball
bats or to supply us with flour bar
rels and firewood Instead of being
supplanted wood is In greater de-
mand than ever before even Irj
those Industries where excellent sub.
stltutcs have been Introduced. In
tact It Is largely becaueo of the In-
creased demand for timber that sub-
stitutes have been and muat be de-
veloped for each building hVtving a frame
work of ntael and eoncretn nr rioorn
of tile nnd ' remnnt hundreds are
constructed largely of lumber. Wood
will ulwaya' play a prominent part
In man's dwelling whether It bo the
humble cottage of the farmhand
with it rough-hewn timbers and
wide plno flooring or tho palace nf
an Industrial king with Its carved
cornices ntntely columns paneled
wans ami pnuaiied Hardwood floors.
Mureovor with tho posalblo excep.
lion of th'e metal bedatead furni-
ture made of bruss steol or any
other material never combines as
does wooden furniture those three
immt desirable features g r a o c
beauty and utility.
Woodon ships are far from obso-
lete: so Is the wooden freight car
nnd wore it not for tho wooden cross
tie. the coat of building a rallorad
would be prohibitive.
These old and long established
uses of wood are enough to keep the
lumberman busy hunting fresh
stands of timber and the aawmllls
bumming In efforts to supply tho
Hut with the advance of civiliza-
tion wood has been called upon to
perform other function of which
our forefathers nevor dreamed when
they first sank their keen edged axes
Into America's virgin forests.
In tilling certain present-day
needs wood often loses lt Identity
completely yet tho products ob-
tained owe their being tu timber
iuat as surely as did tho old baken
iucket of bygona days and the
hickory stick which' dispensed dis-
cipline tn thn ancient village school-
! house fJmokelcit powder cattle
food and alcohol have bnon.'and are.
being made from wood and wood
wnsto. over 00 per cent of the paper
produced comes from wood nnd
' .vii.unnM bnnivi llt&f ..H I li n 1 1 nn..
science art. Industry and big hul-
nesa would be paralysed for wo uao
paper tor almost every conceivable
purppao from the decoration of our
walls tn engraving cllt-edce securi
ties I'roductA made from paper
range' all the way from sodawater
straws and cups to packing boxoj
trunks and car whools. 80 stupen-
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Typical examples of built-up vood objects at tho govrniincnl's forest-products laboratory! I Alrpl.mo pro.
liolltir 3 bow Unit plus 3f tdjoo troun i tvngon pole 6 axlq 0 jvmron bolster. 7 rlilo Motile 8 Iml 0 liub
doua has the paper Industry beome
that It consume annually 6000000
cords of wood
Ho great la th'e drnln upon nur
timber resources' that over)' year
greater precautions are being takan
to guard our forests against devaa
tatlng'fire and the Inroads of the
thoughtless lumber man. .Not only
In this being doni but the govern-
ment experts at the Forest Product
laboratory are. teaching the wood-
workers how to eltmlnnte needless
wasto nnd.uso their material to the
very beat advantage llullt-up con-
struction furnishes an example of
how former wood waste my be suc-
cessfully utilized llullt-up conr
ntructlon consists. In fastening to-
gether several smaller pieces of
wood and this making certain prod-
ucts which used to be made from a
single piece of timber. Not only
does built-up construction afford n
means of saving Immense quantities
of wood which must otherwlao bo
thrown away or burned but tho
product mad In this manner are
often stronger and better suited for
the purpose than when made from
single pieces. Airplane propellers
bowling pins ahoe trees hat blocks
and even baseball bats have been
successfully made lit thl monner.
It Is said that some one asked a
noted architect and builder if the
day wouldn't ocn arrtvo whon he
could dispense with wood entirely
"AV ell." replied the architect dryly
"wood will oon be as necessary in
my day's work a three aquaro meals
and a good night's sleep."
1521 Injured in MonUu
CHAnLESTOX. W. Va. Injuries
In Industries of Wcat Virginia dur-
ing last month numbered 16:4 of
which 20 were fatal according to
the report of Lee Ott. workmen's
compensation commtaitoner. One of
the fatal accidents occurred In th'e
lumber Industry and the othors oc-
curred In tho coal mines
Tho I'npiirdomiblo Hln.
"What's this l hear about the
Bmythes planning a divorce? 1
thought they were wonderful pals
mat sne iook up goir just to he with
him; and all that ort of thlnirl"
"Yes. that's Just the trouble; she
now piay n Better game man no
Woman Candidate for
Governor of S. Dakota
PlKtiTiR. S. D. I'll make 'em
This In tl)o promise of Miss Alleo
Lorraine D.tly Nonpartisan league
nominee for governor of Mouth Da-
kota. She refers to the crooked politi-
cians and their horses who. she
say lmvo made political conditions
In her stato "Intolerable."
I Ullliuilllin Mlin unnniir cijr
much like a class pf ' bad school-
uuys. Ja a luriuur nuiuui ii-uuucri
she says she will know how to
make them sit up 'straight and pay
attention. When they are Incor-
rigible th ore In nothing like a sharp
rap across the knuckles she says.
Kplliiil Their flunn.
John Charley Chepaon wan a now
member of the Amcrlcun Press
Humorists association and ut the
convention In Philadelphia hln loud
laugh wan heard above everything
when some speaker pullod n gag
that Chepson liked. After two day
of publlo luncheons and dinners at
which this bolstorous laugh hnd at-
tracted almost us much attention as
the comlo speeches themselves tho
veterans decided to spring a prac-
tical joke on tho uiisophlatocated
Ohepsan. They passed the word
that Chepaon was to ba called an
suddenly for a speech and at his
first attempt to be funny the plot-
ters were to laugh In a concerted
roar that would break up tho moot-
ing. Chepaon aroso and said: "For
two days I have been Industriously
laughing my head off at ovory
chestput and feeble gag pulled hy
the officers of this association In
the hope that I would curry favor
with them 'and they would call on
me for a speech. Hut I wore myself
out before I bought their favor nn1
I am now too vxhaustrd to talk.
Thank you." And he sat down. The
plotters were dumtounded. In fact.
Chopaon's loud laughter had been
sincere. But ho was witty enough to
foresee that they were loaded for
him and that ho rguat apko their
200 Barrels of Whisky
May Be Dumped in River
plTTsrmnrnr. r.i wnntrd
buyer for 200 barrels of perfectly
good wtiieky valued at iiuo.-
MimnhnHv thut'tt nil flirht rnn have 1
ronBonable If they will bid on it an
do so quickly.
The whltky. Rclzed In a big raid
Inst nprlng. was put In a rommerUl
storage houae nnd tho charKcs are
Piling up. United States Ma'shai
John V. Short Is worried nbo thl"
whisky and ho has aought a bidder
In vain for months. If he doent
get n bid aoon ho Intend to s!t
court order permitting him t dump
the whisky In the river
Soft Drink Profit U Web.
BOSTON. Thnt a 400 P ij
profit Is being renped by some lortl
dispensers of soft drinks ' ej
popular concoction was rcve-. d '
a Boston newspaper thnt h.i.i lu'
completed an Investigation. Whi!
miinv anft rirlnlr Hlanenaers rp rr.
to the' old B-cent scale tvr
revenuo tax was removed m
sticking to wnr-tlmo prices
drink composed of syrup a- '
bonated water coating under "
a glass U being sold In man; r
Hsnments for 10 cents.
stain Lend to finite
MAKTIN'S FKRIIY O -Thousands
dlo for fashion" dec'ai-I ur
C. 11 Wlngerd. sormonlzlnc In "Ten
reform. "Baro breasts silk now-
low shoes with a chlo fur '";
. I Inln llA (T.l. I-1
Pl!ll fcl.uua.)l.o ..' .. - - .
the high school dress leads t enq
t I HnnV n nCM I
uery uuu tittle nnw '
man's daughter with birth b-atfl'
and charnctor even In exresi e
qthers tnnnot go because cr c-
....... -. . ... i...rrr
ntt rie irn!.ll he "
not remarry' Jlr. Kl M j'cSm'..
Nett of Kvanstown. will receive t
whole of his 1125.000 esiaiv. " "-. T
Ing to the will admitted to Prorat
in tno event or nor reiiw;i"-"-' -!...
...mi iimler the pro
Vlalona or the will only 50.08.
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