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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1920.
AT THE EAGLES HALL
w or ears se
FRIDAY NIGHT, DEC. 31st
Dance the Old Year Out and the New Year In
Mirth Making Melodies
Holly's Syncopating Quintette
Joyous Jazzy Jingles
Confetti Horns Balloons 'Neverything
Admission $1.10 Ladies Free
STEAL MONEY BANK
PLACES IN WINDOW
Kcranton, Pa., Dec. 23. New cur-.
reney. uispiayea 0:1 two uiununaieu
... . ; - ii
Christmas trees in windows or
First National bank at the most
prominent business corner of the
city, attracted thieves just before
day break today. They hurled stones
through the windows and gathered
up the bills, indifferent to the burg
lar alarm roM.'.ly clan.iie.g over their
head;. Police buried to the scene
atid arretted the two men with their
pockets bulging with the new bank
not':;. B0M1 are deaf mutes.
FARMERS PLEDGE WHEAT
FOR CHILDREN'S RELIEF
Spokane. Wash.. Dec. 22. A cam
paign imons the members of the
Washington Farmers' union to secure
a donation of a sack cf wheat from
eioii member for European children'.-:
ie:if, was announced today
'by A. D. Cross, secretary of the or
ganization, lie said the wheat
would ')? relieved by local unions
and hipped to the coast where it
w-.M.Id be exchanged for flour.
tie estimated that 1,0.000 bushels
cf wheat would be donated.
SAYS "ZION PROTOCOLS"
ARE MUNCHAUSEN RIVALS
Cbicair:. L-c. 2::. The alleged
protocols of the "wise men of Zion"
printed in Htnry Ford's Dearborn
,.,..,.. . . ,.- ..!. .. iuu..-
trp.rt i:; literature in the fancitul
u ...u -" u... .o.n erjForfster f Munich tQ t,,e m j
Piesidc-a .'. llham Howard Talt (io- ho tI, asi,
clr.red icnigiu in r.n address on anti
: cm ism before the anti-defamation
lei'. rue. founded by il'Nai B'Kith.
One i.f the cli-f causes of jcif-i
ierin ai:u evn in tne worm touav is
, . ,
'-'". '"' , ; "u,u "'(ism was universal, it was most con
lates that hatred has much to an
svvrr for." Mr. Taft said. "When he
dees this by the circulation of un
founded ami unjust charges and the
arousing of mean and groundless
fears, his fault is more to be con
clcrnner?. I fee! strongly the evil char
acter of the attack, and I do not hesi
tate to condemn it."
"CHRIST CANDLE" MOVE
Snringfield. 111.. Dec. 2?.. Con
demnation ;f "I'lirist candle" move
ment, the object of which is to have
a lighted candle in the window of
every home Christmas eve. was
voiced today by State Fire Marshal
John G. Gambler. "This is thought
less sentimentality, and if carried
. out is sure to cause hundreds of fires
with probable loss of life," said Mr.
fix voy cold
ttj ALWAYS keen Dr. Kind's New
DiGcovery handy. It breaks up
hard, stubborn cold3 and Ftops
the paroxysms of coughing:." No
harmful drufs, but just ffwJ
medicine. At your drugifcts,
COc and $1.20 a bottle.
For colds zndccugbs
Stubborn Dowels Tamed
Leaving the fystcm uncltuincl, 'digged
bowels unmoved, results in health de
struction. I.'t the gently stimulating
Dr. Kind's Tills bring to you a regular,
normal bowel and liver functioning.
Same old price, 25c. AH druggists.
rompt! Won't Gripa
GERMANS FACING THE FACTS,
(From the Congregationalism )
There is evident, though too rc
, luctant, progress in the re-education
of the German people which, wnea
further advanced, will make them a
welcome member of the family cf
(nations. As an instance or what we
mean; there was a great popular
gathering in August on the annivev-
sar yof the breaking out of the war
Some 4 0,000 people gathered in Ber
lin in the open space between the im
nerial palace and the cathedral
Former soldiers, whole and disabled
in their associations, war widows
and orphans, the Republican Oil;
cers 'league, the International League
of Former Soldiers and other organ
izations paraded, all bearing met
toes and banners denouncing war.
Tiie London Telegrapn reports the
meeting with its hundreds upon nun
dreds of disabled and disfigured men
and earnest speeches declaring that
tue nations cr huropc must never
again allow themselves to be plunged
into such a disaster. "Never again
was the motto of the day. A tele
gram of brotherly greetings was read
from a French ex-sold iers associa
tion and a wireless message was sent
to the ex-soldiers in all lands stat
ing that tnousanus of Berlin war
victims and lovers of peace promised
to use all their powers for the recon
ciliation of the peoples and for heal
ing the wounds caused by the war
Professor James Stalker has been
studying the mind of the intellectual
and religious leaders of Germanv
since the armistice. He notes a let
ter in the Christiiche Welt, one o
thexiea,;5ng. reliKious newspapers
(.ermanyt ad4resaefl bv Wofess
which he raises the ouestion of guilt
for the bringing on of war. All the
jKuropean world was armed, lie says.
(en ine gunt must in some measure
by ail; but he goes on to
ifML tacav vaiVUlA tilt 11 WL IIUIIIUI
centrated In Germanv. To quote
Professor btalker's report: "The
neutrals know well that, while all
tne nations have practiced the poli
tics of violence, it was Germanv
which, at two Hague conferences
frustrated the attempts of the rest
to put an end to their sins and in
troduce an era of humanity. The
neutrals know well that, while the
nations armed themselves, it was
Germany which resisted disarma
ment with scorn thrice within fifteen
years, rendering the approaches of
England in this direction abortive
they know also that that which the
world calls Prussian militarism was
a quite peculiar product, against
which the entire human race ha
with complete justification risen up
in wrath, and will continue to rise.'
Professor Forester is a South Ger
man. The editor of Die Christiiche
tl'. lA. . 1 . . .
tn puunsneu ine letter, witn no
protest except by way of caution
and modification. How far this al
iunde is already accepted in reli
gious circles Processor Stalker is no
sure. Nor is he of the opinion that
this acceptance is wide. But the
publication of such an open letter
is in itself a confession that the
facts of German prepaartion for war
and refusal of disarmament are be
ing faced. In the bitter disillusion
ment of an overwhelming defeat and
the sufferings entailed asa conse
quence, we welcome anv clear iudc-
rnent against war and any frank rec
ognition of the facts of history and
or the necessity of future brother
hood in those who made themselves
our enemies" and whom we should
like to have again for friends
MORELAHD CUT PRICES.
On account of numerous people now
out of employment and the lower
prices that the farmers are receiving
for their crops, we, like all other
merchants, are willing" to bear our
share of 'loss, so until prices of farm
ers crops go up, and thers is more
work for those now out of employ
ment, the pnce3 at the MorelCm The
ater will be reduced to 10 cents for
cliildrcn and 20. cents for adults.
This will apply to Paramount. First
National, Fox, Universal or anv ofh-!,r"
cr brTui w mav ahnm I
If it's in the card line, call
the Journal olSce.
Daily Journal, 15c a week.
"IT MEANT HEALTH
TO ME" SHE SAID
Indigestion, Palpitation and Tind
Feeling Are All Gone Now,
i Says Farmer's Wife.
"Tanlac lias brought me health
ami stronsth and has simply im-de
life worth livinir." .s;iid -Mrs. Net i ie
Adkins. wife of - wpII known farm-
er. U. b -D. No. 1. Altooua. Iowa.
"I had ben in bad health for four
rears and the more I tried to find re
lief the worse I got. I bad little or
no appetite and when I did eat any
thing it always lay heavy on my
: stomach tfd turned sour. There was
a bitter taste in my mouth and often
1 1 could not retain a thing I had
'eaten. Gas would form so bad that
!my heart palpitated something aw
jful and nearly shut off my breath,
j "My nerves finally broke down and
'I became so easily upst that 1 eouM
'get no sleep at all hardly. From
! morning till night I felt dreary and
draggy and my housework bad;
isinmlv become a burden. I wrs dis-.
jcouraged. for it looked like nothing
would reach my case.
"I finally tried Tanlac and to my
surprise I began to improve almost
l .1 n.l.,.. T ..nfnnflf
ill iiiict:. tiiiu Lima l icti ini ir-i i . i
well in every respect. My appetite
i:j lust fine and evervthinrr I ec 1
agrees with me. My breathing is
free and easy once' more and my
heart action is regular. My nerves
are just as steady as they1 ever were
and I enjoy sound, restful sleep every
night. I weigh more than I did be
fore and feel so much stronger that
I can now attend to my housework
Tanlac is sold in Plattsmouth by
F. G. Fricke and Company; in Mur
ray by the Murray Drug company,
and the leading druggist in every
PAROLE BOOK OF
THE STATE CLOSED
Secretary Antles Says He Seer Prob
able End to Freeing; Convicts
Hew Beard Will Go In.
Lincoln. Neb.. Dec. '2'. The par
ole book of the state is being cl'isvd
i.nd Secretary Antles is writing fir, i;
on his work of fifteen month.".. The
secretary declares that he sees prob
able end of his work as master of th?r
destinies of the men who are regis
tered -into the penitentiajv, and in
cases soon registereu o';r ( ..-, ..o
Thor uro ,v,a,- ,i,nr.t- nr..u.!i:P to makeshifts which are admit-
rvgain. there are many
on the parol books of Secretary Ant-
les. If there is anv fault to be
fourd with the book it certainly can-
not ho nf ariinn "
The new hn;ir,l f n;iriVVti; :,n,: 11:1-
roles as instituted by the consMtu- )
tional convention takes the whip
band on January 1. There are those
who believe that the secretary wi'l
! e made secretary of the new boar''.
and who follow up this conjecture
v.tih another. The other is that if
i-uch an appointment comes the con
trol will remain largely in the same
Secretary Antles declared today
that he does not want the job. He
says that he has been satisfied. P.'!t
It o fin! nttt n v flint lip would ?m
lake it again if it is offered hitu, i-i
incatiner that, the erovernor would
have something to say in the up-1
pointment and that that would be
pood reason for his not declining.
AERIAL MAIL SERVICE
MEXICO CITY-VERA CRUZ
Vera Cruz, Mexico. Dec. 22. An.
American airplane driven by Fer
nando Proal. a Mexican aviator, yes
terday f?ew from Mexico City to
Vera Cruz, a distance of 225 milr.
The time required to make the trip
as two hours and twenty minutes.
The principal object of the flight
as to determine the feasibility of
an aerial mail service between Mex
ico City, Pueb'a and Vera Cruz. The
flight was so successful that reg".!:;r
service probably will be established
in February or March.
It was necessary for the airplane
to reach a height of approximately
1J),000 feet in crossing the mountain
range in the state of Vera Cruz.
Although Journal want-ads cost
but little the results they brlnr are'
rnderful. Try them.
Kvidence that can be verified.
Fat is what we want.
Opinion is not. enough.
Here's a Plattsmouth fact.
You can test it.
J. li. Partridge. 8th and Locust
streets says: "Some years ago I was
bothered a great deal on account of)
funcorl hv li-jrl u-orlr .r. iUn form hi I
my younger days. My kidneys acted!
very freely at times, causing me to I
wif cl wuwti liiai utii lie nielli. ;
a. t ,.-o i JT i,i
hardly straighten. I had to walk
with the aid of twncanes. Not long
after I commenced using Doan's Kid
ney Pills, I was well ami I have not
needed to take them any more. My
kidneys were strengthened and acted
regularly again. It has been several
(years since I have had to use a kid
ney remedy and I give Doan's the
credit for the condition of my kid
neys today. I got Doan's at 'Mauzy's
Price 60c, at
all dealers. Don't ltls strengthen the stomach and reg
it kidnev remedy 1it te the liver and bowels. They arc
simply ask for
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Partridge had.
tburn Co., Mfr8., Buffalo.
journal want ads pay. Try them. !mcct any kind at. Journal office. I
BANQUET TO COLEY
AT ERAZIL'S CAPITAL
Rio Janeiro, Brazil, Dec
rctideiit Pessoa of Brazil, address-J
' ing Bainbriue Colby, secretary ofi
j night, said:
i "We have much to learn from you.
j We not only see here your commer-
cial citizens, but the visits of your
'statesmen remind us anew of 'our
I common political aims. For this rea-
son we nave received wiui great
pleasure various North American
stA;o:ii::n and. also yourself. v e
welcome you not only because of
your vigorous personality, but also;
tor the l-igh nature of the mission
witu which President Wilson has'
entrusted you. Personally, I never
;vill forget my association with him
in the peace conference, where his
loyal friendship for, and support of
Brazil never failed."
In responding Secretary Colby re-
ferrrit tn tli lfiiif t'rienrif-.h in lietwren i
the tv.o countries.
"7 here exists such a strength of
friendship between the two countries
that despite malevolent elements to
lessen this friendship it remains un-
i shaken, as manifested during tne
long penou or inenuiv relations.
Never fiave we lost the respect due
tlyjof true friendship, with individuals
1 as with nations.
DREAD GF DISTRESS
Unemployment May Bring: Privations
to Many Government to
Offer Limited Relief
to start again disastrous rivalry in
London. Doc. 22. Extreme anxi-1 armaments, which must inevitably
ety is felt by the Iiritish people over, end in a clash. Certain amendments,
(conditions of unemployment and in-he asserted, would be necessary be
i onie quarters the opinion is bell fore the league became a reallv ef-
that the crisis is more serious than
my of its redecespory.
This petiraism is reflected in edi-
, torial comment relative to goverr-
is predicted that, in spite of all aid
that may be devised, the next few
months may bring privations to
Others of less serious vein. are
patterning -after their American
cousins in laying the existing condi
tions at the foot of the election re-
ult in the United States, believing
It to Ie a tmiiy gOCXl cK.e.
Premier Lloyd George outlined his Sunday. December 19tli, a few min
r lan for relieving the unemployed : ,.tes aftt;r the nhvsiciaii had treated
in the house of commons yesterday
and newspapers give him credit for
1 1 - a. : 1 1 .
'J,Ildl,4,- , ,
i .11.. .. 1 i J t :
.Many nefpapers attacK tne ca:.-
ior ,,oi,,e ,iuK'' to ,!lucJl r
i 'lie wrong thing. The country, some
!-'' these CrifiCS insist
is already over
taxed to an , intolerable extent and
cannot unom ucu reiiei measures i s
were outlined by the premier.
The labor press declares that what
re government oilers is merely a
"!rcp in the ocean" and alnio.-t
Workers ccme in
v.- 4i . r. ,-i
iui uiin incut wi
riticisiu, it being contended that
many strikes, especially the recent
miners walkout, had a large part in
creating trouble. Refusal of the
buib'ers" union to co-operate with
non-unionists in the construction of
buildings is sharply scored
HEAD FOR FORGERY
TJaixner, Former Treasurer cf Bank
ers' Concerns, Causing' Bank De
ficits Ceresco Eank Cashier
Lincoln. Neb.. Dec. 22. Chatle
Maixner. Lincoln, former treasurer
.' the Drinkers Fire and Danker:;
Aut mobil" Insurance companies, re
e villy taken over by the state on
charges cf mismanagement, was ar-
nsted by State Agent Gus livers en
a charge of forgery filed by Attor
ney General Davis.
It is alleered that Maixi.tr :s re-
soonsible for deficits of $100,000
found in the State Bank of Ceresco,
of which he is cashier. Maixner wr;s
taken to Wahoo this afternoon for
arraignment. A three-day examina-
!ion made by examiners of the stale
t,:i n 1 i ti rliiiurttiioit I'OV'AmIimI the
.;.ort. an(, rPS1Url in tnc arrest
of the cashier. Most of the short
ages an; on stock sales notes, prin
cipally on stock of the insurance
companies. Fifteen thousand dol
lars is the total ofthe forgeries. Lib
erty bonds to tlfe i
amount of $3,100
The bank has a capital stock of
$10,000 and a surplus of the same
amount. It had deposits of $290,000
and loans of the same amount. Maix
nor is credited by the insurance de
partment with having engineered ths I
Colorado land deals
thousand acres of Colorado land,
which has been appraised at $20 per
acre, were mortgaged to the insur
ance companies, the Hankers' Fir??
Automobile, at $7 per
! acre. Maixner has made a confes
sion, according to Secretary Hart of
. . , . , , ,j i, 4
n 13 sald that he held his position
as cashier of the bank in order to be
in a position to negotiate the loans
to the purchasers of stock and that
he only visited the bank on Sundays.
How to Ec Healthy
If you would enjoy gooa hetlth
' keep your bowels regular and your
stomach and liver in good working
order. This is easily done by taking
i f'b; tnberlain's Tablets. These tab-
easy to take and mild and gentle in
effect. They only cost a quarter.
Yes you can get Inerience with this medicine warrants
STILL HOPEFUL U.
S. WILL GOME IN
George Reiterates All
March Together to Make the
League a Success.
London, Dec. 22. David Lloyd
George, the prim- minister, presid
ing at a luncheon given today in the
hou:p of commons, for the Iiritisb.
! and Dominion delegates to the re-
cent league of nations assembly in
.Geneva, declared the league would
never achieve real progress until. all
, the nation's were represented
Air Llovd George said he looke
forward hopefully to the United
States coining into the league. This,
he asserted, was essential. There
conli be no real peace until compe
tition in armaments ceased and be
fore disarmament was possible all
the nations must be in the league,
for all must march together.
Mr. Lloyd George said he was glad
to know that all were doing some
thing. He asserted that if the Ge
neva assembly had existed in August,
1914, the war would have been im
possible. He was sanguine there
would be no obstacle to Germany's
admission to the league if she mani
fested an intention to fulfill her ob
ligations and live up to the terms of
the peace treaty.
There was no use laboring for
the association of nations and for the
establishment of peace, the prime
minister declared, and on the other
hand erecting great armaments in
order to force other nations into
a competition which had more to do
with starting the late war than al
most any other individual force.
Mr. Lloyd George said all nations
must reach a common agreement not
fective exnonent of international
NOT TO HOLD FORMER
Cheyenne, Wyo.. Dfc. 22. Prose
cuting Attorney Charles E. Lane an
nounced this morning that lie would
take no action as a result of a cor
oner's verdict finding Dr. W. K.
Mvlar, formerly of Kimball, Nebr
1 ,.r;rii,iaiu. rnnncihlw fnr t). iip.nth
,.f r u Inh-unn who diprf on
Iiim with an injection of salvarsan
"To my mind there is nothing to
indicate criminal negligence," said
Lan:'. "The same thing mTght have
iiarnened in anv doctor's office. I
feel that t he tiling of a criminal com
plaint would be unwise and unfair.
I do not believe it would stand."
-iEMLNISTRATORS' PUBLIC SALE
The undersigned administrators of
the estate of J. R. Vallery will offer
for sale at public auction at the
home farm of the late J. R. Vallery,
eight miles southwest of Platts
i ., c mn
niuuiii, uiie nine piim ui jjifiiu .unc
Grove church, and four and one-half
miles northwest of Murray, on Mon
day, January 3rd, the following de
One team geldings, Js-ll years,
weight ".000; 1 team raares, 10 years
old. weight 2S00; 1 gray horse,
smooth mouth, weight 1400; 1 bay
horse. 11 years old, weight 1400; 1
lay horse, smooth mouth, weight
i:!00; 1 bay gelding, 5 years old,
weight 1350; 1 bay mare, smooth
mouth, weight 1250; 1 team bay
mares, 7-S years, weight 2200; 1
black mare, smooth mouth, weight
1000; 1 bay mare, smooth mouth,
weight 1100; 1 team geldings, com
ing 4 years, weight 2000; 1 bq,'
horse, coming 6 years old, weight
S00; black mare, coining 6 years.
weight 1100; one bay gelding, com
ing 4 years, weight 900; 1 saddle
mare, six colts, one mare.
Twelve dozen White Leghorn S
C. hens, five cows with calf by Her-
fard bull, eleven head of two-year-old
heifers: two calves, one two-year-old
Ten Durcc-Jersey gilts, bred to
Duroc-Jersey boar, two Durco-Jersey
boars, ten stock hogs
One corn elevator, one press drill.
one corn planter, one corn binder,
one manure spreader, one grain bind
er, two sulky plows, one 3-section
harrow, one grain seeder, three sets
of work harness, four sets buggy
harness, three sleds, two buggies,
one wagon ana rack, three lumrer
wagons, one mowing machine, one
hay loader, one wood saw, two walk
ing cultivators, two riding listers.
one disk, one stalk cutter, two rid
ing cultivators, one 2-row machine,
one corn drill, one gasoline engine.
one steam engine, 10 h. p., one steel
water tank, some timothy hay in
mow, and numerous other articles.
Sale begins at 10:00 o'clock.
Lunch served at noon
Terms of Sale: A credit of four
to six months will be given on sums
over $10, purchaser giving note
with approved security bearing
eight per cent interest from date of
sale. All sums under $10 cash in
hand. All property must be settled
for before being removed from the
F. K. Schlater and
Geo. O. Dovey, Clerks.
W. R. Young, Auctioneer.
MARY E. VALLERY,
JOHN S.. VALLERY.
Mrs. Bullock Recommends Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy.
Last winter when my children
were sick with colds and were cough
ing a good deal, I gave them Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy," writes
Mrs. .C. M. Bullock Gorham. N. Y.
It relieved them at once and under
thi tsreatinent all symptoms of thej
cold gradually disappeared. My ex-J
my recommending: it toothers
pjSfjlO' par i I
SST I y 1
1 mmagea r
the finest Christmas dis
play of phonograph cabinets
in town? It's here! You
are cordially invited.
Every New Edison is a
genuine period cabinet.
Each design is takendirectly
from some masterpiece out
TO TEST PHASE OF
NATIONAL DRY LAW
Will Pass on Question of Whether
Soft Brink Sellers Can Dispose
of Alcoholic Tonics.
Omaha, Dec. 23. Among the ap
proximately 300 liquor cases to come
up at the January term of the feder
al court will be fifteen or twenty
cases against soft drink purveyors
for the sale of so-called tonics. En
forcement Officer Hanley has in his
possession a number of such concoc
tions which run from 10 to 20 per
cent alcohol. It is the contention
of the enforcement officers that soft
Idrink Tnrpflinnts havo nn riht tn
sell these for beverage purposes. In
fact it is claimed that they should
only be sold by druggists for me
dicinal purposes. Hut unfortunate
ly the law does not say by whom
uch preparations may be sold.
As a general rule no interference
i interposed to the sale of such pre
parations as are approved by the in
ternal revenue department, and that
department accepts the judgment of
the United States pharmaceutical as-
s n as . wnat Pr,Para"ns are
properiy ineaicaiea. ine neglect 01
the law, either federal or state, spe
cifically declare who may lawfully
sell such preparations affords so
called soft drink purveyors to carry
a pretty fair line of hooch for such
as may know for what to call, and
the responsibility cf the seller for
tickling the appetite for beverage
stimulants is yet to be determined.
These cases will be in the nature
of a test as to whether or not con
victions can be secured under exist
ing laws. Knforcement officials t?av
that there are counties in which it
has been almost or quite impassible
to secure convictions bv juries for
violations of the liquor laws, or even
impossible to secure the evidence
that was known to exist. Hut of
late an improvement has been noted
in public sentiment with respect to
law enforcement. The average citi
zen has become more inclined to see
the laws enforced, and more willing
to provide the necessary testimony
Constantly we have been
adding to our stocks until
now we feel that we have a
very respectative showing of
all that is very desirable and
sought after in this season's
Clothing styles. Smart lines
and dependable fabrics char
acterize each offering.
Suits and Coals Are Artfully
Designed and Warm
The garments which are not luxuriously fur trimmed
have embroideries, clever pocket arrangements and con
vertible collars to distinguish them. They are all tempt
ing values at their present low marking.
Suits Reduced from
30 to BQ
FRED P. BUSCH, Manager
ittm in Tin ii" ' 1 m trm w n i i m
1- r.'i 'i 11 LU .-a.'- mm
of the Golden Age of Fur
niture. 17 models Entish,
French and Italian. See these
furniture aristocrats before
uHth a Soul"
when they have it.
Whether these cases prove success
ful or unsuccessful, it is the hope of
the enforcement officials that both
congress and the state legislature
may see the advisability, froman
enforcement viewpoint, of enacting
a provision limiting the sale of these
medicated alcoholic drinks to drug
gists and denying the privilege to
so-called soft drink sellers. This
would afford some measure of assur
ance that they would not thereaf
ter be sold purely for beverage pur
poses. Under existing law and rule- fol
ks enforcement, any preparation
that conforms to U. S. pharniacp
paeia formulas may be sold by any
lody, and although it is evidently
not the intent of the law that, they
shall net be sold simply to tickle the
palate of the thirsty toper, their pop
ularity in soft drink resors hau been
sufficient to attract the attention of
the law enforcement officials.
For all such preparations carry the
implied gnarantre of the U. S. rhpr
macopaeia that they will not render
the consumer blind, rs. do some of
the home-made hootches that thirsty
humanity greedily consumes. Some
of these preparations are concocted
in Omaha, some in Chicago and sonic
in Peoria, where they know how to
moisten the famished gullet.
BAPTISTS TELL HARDING
OF "THEIR HOPE OF PEACE
New York, Dec. 23. lUme for the
consummation of such an association,
of nations as shall best promote,
peace on earth and goo-.', will among
men." was expressed in a letter to
President-elect Warren G. ilarding
from the board of managers of the
Paptisl Foreign Mbshm society,
made pu'dic today.
The letter greeted Senator Hard
ing as the "flr. t Urptisl to be elected
president" and contained pledges of
support and co-operation.
Wanted: Middle aged wo:;ian or
couple, wife to do housework, fall
at the Jo-trnal office.
When j-ou tliink cf printing, you
can't help but think of us.
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