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The Morning Bee
MORNING EVENING SUNDAY
THE MLC PUBLISHING COMPANY
vr.moN b. I'l'itue. ruiiiithw. n. wtiwrrt, on. Mfar.
MtMBLR Of THE AAMKIATtD PRE3J
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a -i otinrft i'rMit1 m im rait, aid al ilia I -l fa itii)ii.li"1 haraia.
ill ni'.u l niunli. il in r uuf n-aial aniaf-aaa ara a. a, iwnii
I'ttvata llrasrh hirtianf-a. Atk for tha Dtiiartmmt t I . il
or l'rr..a Wantr.l. 'r M.ithl CI!. After 10 P. at I Al
fcdllariej liapaflnient, A f lantlti 1021 or 1041. 10
Ualtl Off IK I7lh nil r'arnam
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New V.,rk--1 - Kilt Avanue
Haihliilnn 42 rtr il.l. i:h rasn . . . 17511 ftirftr Bids
I'atla, r ranee Una at, Ili.nnr
mat tawx a, new ii iwnitiM -ta;.Aar waaraa
been thrown up between them and America. Then
they will know that (he sympathy of the commoa
neopla of thi country troe out to the InhabltanU
of the war-torn lomli of Europa, and that no cause)
fur hatred on either sida exist.
'A IIOrM.r.M hHt Or' ASH"
1'ilrf.U of itii.iiw.in N of,cH Ihsna (l.nnel 1 . j
Hitchcock's Opimonof C. W. Bryan BtBIA8 J 1 WM
i-.itti,i llf I to ton Ii h; rap to a mi- ,
perlor In liiillcid that lui I i'f lower
m a r
WHAT THE HOME MARKET MEANS.
American uro not only thu itriatpst producers,
but tlii-y me aluo thn itrcVrst consumers on earth
"ui nnnuiil production of wealth I estimated at
(trouiid fit,Ooi),(MH),000 a year, whilo our totiil con
sumption runs to three-fourtha or more of thiil
uminiiil, No other nation ever did or ever could
expend 10,oii0,UO0,000 a year In providing Until
with food, clofhlnjf, housing and luxurie.
That in why. I ho American market i u h a rich
prize, and thu foielxn producer are no anxiuui to
jfft Into thi market but It doesn't explain why
the democratic: free trader are no anxious to admit
them to vumprlv witli American producer on t';e
unfair bniiln of foreign stundardf, A protective:
larifT In tleaiifiied to bilnif foreign coal a up to Amer
ican standards; tho free trade policy advocated by
tho demoi'iuln will orec American cimI down to
I lif foreign level, or put American factorieH out of
business, which im-ati the name thlnif in thu end.
When American wiiiren art! lowered to thu rata
paid nbioad, or American mills ur dored, the farm
ir'a tlutnci of oelliiijf bia produce to tho home con
sumer U UNeiied. Farm prlcen miint come down
nccordlnitly, or tho (.tuff can not be. aold, If we arc
told, and tho democrat continually repent the ntate
mcnt, that the farmer1! pronperlty depentlM on tho
Kuiopeiin market, let un 4-xumino the record.
In 1921, 5,0(10,000 American worker wero out
of employment; tho export of foodfttuff wn Kieater
than ever in hlntory, and what followed?
In that year, according to the record of the
Pepnitment of Commerce, the American furmer
exported 27tf.0-lS.fi41 luhcla of heat, 00,000,00a
butliel mnro than he fient abroad in 19 20, twice a
much ax he exported in 1013, and five time tho
average exnortation of the period UUi to 1013,
and more than at any other tima In the history of
t" nation, In Kl the farmer of tho United
States Hold a'Toad 123,000,000 buheln of corn,
ngnini-t 23,000,000 buuhel in 1920 and 23.0(10,000
buahel in 1019, and an average of 41,000,000 biihli
Is for the 1000-1313 period, and more than ever
had been Kent ubnuid In HlnKlo year before. Dairy
and meat product went aero the pater In aimilar
In other wordn, tho American farmer had tho
Kuropoan market and o!d there more than he ever
did b'-fure, and went broke.
Why? He wn cut off from the home market.
Five mill'oii men out of work had lost their buying
power. This ha been rentored to them In a lurf?o
tneaanro, and tho farmer I now assured of achancn
to ell hie produce at homu and at a better price
than Europe can. afford to pay. If experience of
the last two year has taught any lemon, It oiiferht
to bo tho value of tlic homo market.
AFTER THE, WORLD'S SERIES.
Aa already Mated, banc-hall cthuniaht arc par
tisan, and o it i not didlcult to account for certain
expromion of dinnppointment from the partisan
of the losing team. Another phaae of thn outcome
ia entitled to aomo coiialdcration. Gate receipt
for the five (tame loom to the impremdve total of
$005,475, an average of $121,000 a gnmo. Of
thi amount, 9120,654 was given to charity, it being
tho amount paid for adroiaiona to tho game that
rt'Hiiltcd In a tie. Compavo thi total with the ?900,
233 paid for admission last year, and the impres
ion in that tho team owners lost money becnuno
of the brevity of the contest
When a further comparison i made with the
$50,000 collected ot tho gate in 1003, when tho
aerioa wan inaugurated, the intake at tho box office
begins to how its true proportion. In 1003 100,
UrtO person were in attendance; in 1922 tho turn
stiles r.'ii'Htvred 185,047. This does not show that
tho capacity of tho grounds for accommodating
patron has been enormously enlarged, but that the
price of adminaion has moved up considerably.
A further atatemcnt is made that the amount
of money to be turned over to tha respective team
i not eufik'ient to cover th expense incurred in
preparing for and carrying on the contest. Each
team will rr-t $11,200 a it ahare, o the statement
that tb expense will not be met by thi aunt
means that mrv than $1UmH) a eame was needed
to meet the cost.
Tbe.-e figure indicate tho extent to which base
ball f -port ha been rommeroialUud. All tho
cost i not due to player' salaries, even with ffiV
000-a yeor "ttabe" Ruth at the head of the list.
RaseLall l a b'g business nowaday, and deaenea
to be so ronsideied,
PO EUROPEANS HATE US?
l'lye S. Cram II! return from Europe wi
the auttment' that "over ther thy hate u, b
rauw of our pr...xrny." A little rrft-tion might
Induce Mr modify 0n atatement; it ia
taaibla .owe turopran ar reaentful of fcai they
bave bwn led ia beluva i an attitude tit tndirTtr
ac on r of American.. IVrhap may b
ni,u. bu aurely u-t all bale tt.
t the i rati n for shir trugr fvel
ir. Id on jvrf"'"' ' ! by pai1.4a Amerj
tna, ho av i.ii.ey Nta u fr ?Pm
nt uf tl.nr ui u by f-.r nerv Tha are
r,t the ..tr'., who, by tufloiy base
rWW.4 to a'l paru f a .rly airicVea oml ient.
Ke ba r'n away ('ab;ie
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THE BRYAN PUZZLE.
Great, though puziled, interest i being displayed
by the state press In tha defensive alliance exiatlng
bct-veen W. J. IJryan and Hitchcock. None cf these
editor is able to reconcile the "dry" views of W.
J. with the "wet" record of the democratic candi
date for senator. The return, now, of Rrother
Charley' brother to Nebraska for tha campaign is
bringing up tho question of how much principle
coun when thu spoils of office ure at stake, Qultu
the best atatcment of tha mystified condition of Ne
brnskaus over thla return from Florida I that of the
ScotUbluff Ktar-IIcrald, which follows:
While tho Htir U inlil lias not t w n ft to
metaphorically foam at thn mouth ami Ikcoh-m
wlllly strenuous over thu ifii'oertwttorlal rnt-i- In
Ni'ttritaka, looking aakaiuiti at the etsl'i on the on
haii'l a,,'1 nt somn of thn tlemoeratlo record on
the oilier baii'l, yt Is la euiloun, mitrhty cuilous,
it lo the senatorial ciiYipnltoi, a reflex and off
shoot of ths (covernorshlp eumfilt,n, anil minis curl
titin l.y thn IlkMllhood of fol. W. .. Hrymi innlilng
spe cIk-s In this stule In (.ehalf of Kermlor Jliu-h-cock.
This piipr ha expresaril curiosity In thla mat
ter liifoiii anil we feel const rlni-'l, In view of the
fact that rlenalor llltuhcurk sturt his nctlv rnm-'
pnlan In Nehmska this w k, to ugaln appear curi
ous, perhaps even lo the point of online linpertlnout.
What w woulil I k to hnva I a little clurlfl. it
tlon on the nmtt'-r of the stun. Hog of Colonel liryan
ami Hi-nalor lllteheoe.k on th- wet and dry Issiih.
We know (tnveral other f'.lk who would llliu a Utile
lllfoiinatloii till thi silhje't.
If, a has been sluted hy some, the wet and dry
liNu In a thin- of the putt, then will soin(ot plt-asn
explain why Colonel Kryin I In Callfinilil maklnr
siii' h.s for the prohibition enforcement net, which
Im lo li voted upon in that, stuln under a referen
dum? If piohlnlllou la a settled ((tiesllnii, th'-n Why
If, as haa l'ii slnlvd l.y soii.f., the wet urd dry
Is.niu Is not a Ihliix of thu past, then why doe
Colonel Jliynn ii that It I when he Is sp-nklng tit
the merit of rk'hutnr JlltchciH-k? If sulllclent state
took rt-f.-rendiini vote and thlr leislnluris votl
for a rep a! of tha 18th aiileudment, what then?
If Hi-nator Mlleheoek will stato la hs speeelie
that h.i has finally been converted to Colonel Hryim
way of thlnklna and Is now an out and out and pro
noiini d dry, and will vole "dry" In the aenair when
ever he. fets tho (liiincti, our rurloslly will lr
If, on the otht-r hand, Coloiiel Bryiin will state.
In his ritmpitlKn spet-i-hea that ho ha been eon
verted lo Keiintor Hitchcock's way of thinking, and
a man who will vole "wet" mi each arid ev. ry oc
casion offered Is the right and proper man for No
bnoika to ftmiln send to tho senate, our curiosity
will he Mitlsfied,
It Is till very pulling. National prohibition I
a sKtleti tbliiK for Nebraska, but If Isn't a settled
thlmr for California. Two year ao the peoplo of
HeoiiMhulff hoiird Colonel Tiryan tell us that llllch
coclt was the agent of pi' dalory Interests and a rep
resentative, of thlliiiocliit c-sts of this nation, Ho
en lil rtw-enlly while on n, visit to Nebraska that H-n-ntor
IPtehooek had done more for the common
people, than almost any othir man. We know Dm
senator made a valiant fl-lit to stive tho "poor man'
beer" and also made f valiant fifiht to keep (he
ludls from voting and thus removing from the men
their long prtwd Independ' nee at the polls. Could
It bu I hose two items to which Colonel Hryan
Unless sum stiitement other tlinn that prohibi
tion I a "dead Issue-" which we know It is not.) 1
brought forward, we roust still continue to grope
In tho darkness of uncertainty as to the real senti
ment of these onnn opposite poles of the liquor
A bright thought: In easo neither has really
changed his attitude on tho lltjunr question, but
merely have called "king's ex" and have their fin
gsrs cross-tl until November 7, why not seize the
opportunity and have Colonel Hryan ntul Senator
Hitchcock stage a Joint debute. In HcottsblulY on Iho
proposition of whether or not America will likely
rerun In "dry?"
It woulil be Interesting,
"JERSEY LIGHTNING" NOT DEAD.
Very evidently the voter of New Jersey have
not been apprised of tho Pryan-Uitcheock proclama
tion that prohibition ia not an issue. Here ia what
tho New York Times says of the New Jersey cam
"Is New .I.rsty wet or dry? l)oe It swear by
Volstead or swear at him? We shall know by Its
choice between Mr. Krtwards and Mr. J-'rellnghuy-sen:
likewise between tho dry republican nomine
for governor. Mr. Itunyon, and hi wet democratic
opponent, .luiltjo Hllxer."
Tho difference is that Governor Edward ia not
trying to get vote under false pretense. He wants
hi victory, in the remote event of hi having victory,
to stand before the world as a triumph of the wet.
Would it not be refreshing if the governor's demo
cratic friends in Nebraska would bo equally candid?
PUBLIC DEBT IS GOING DOWN.
One of the cheering announcement that i re
peated about once every thirty day from Wash
ington is that the public dbt ia being reduced. For
Siptember the total was cut $230,000,000, fairly
respectable alie, amounting to 1 per cent of tho
whole debt. This big reduction was made possible
by lessened transactions in Treasury certificatca,
more being redeemed and fewer issued than before.
Slowly but surely tho Trearury ia coming out
of the swamp of borrowing to meet current ex
penditures, into which it was plunged by thu demo
crats eight year ago. The turn over in certificate,
which mounted to 115,000,000,000 in one ,yr
I under McAdoo has been greatly reduced, and a
j ccseouetit saving in public expense i the result.
I While the revenue receipt are smaller, because of
tne reduction in taxea levied ry the federal govern
ment, the expenditure have been correspondingly
reduced, a redemption of the republican promise t
An increase of $30,U00,liu0 iq custom receipt
indicates (he rush of importer to get cheap Kuro
pan product into the country bi-furt the new
I tariff Jaw went into eifei t. In the future thla
i urce of retenue to the gui-rnmru a ill reprratnt
; ra i4 i xpveat t the industry of the land. U hat
i people- are mi concerned in. however, ia the eut
lieg dn of the public tltt-t, which mmm a tur-
t h f cut in taxation, a id thi it being accomplished.
Ihr 14 vt Kuia itiani and rJiaa danc
ing and I j"i an ia ar iT g New York, but tha
atjapicitit that I -at... a an h put -!b.itt
(a Jfc."? I uBf!) ti-i anucV
t't.iiMe tha p. se f prrpiatmtia g nn lh
Turk wi'l abluce-l a furar u for the
HimIUI mi f tb a! id dM I Aaaertea.
f t I f ! - g N rta itfttk "rr (a li.
rat ape !.! a p. -.' u ef )r af ar fa-
It t le ! J.
I'l.l t- Sa. -a . i g a)-viV Kasaa tiuattt ta
.r a a-'a. i asi,-ajr t () be
, 1 vt Item J
T"' Ii fl.flrula Saht.'-fS.
In his newspapur of May 1, It.'", Illit hcotk expressetl bla vtewa to Lnh Htv, impressed upon Antolt.ett Ashworth, an unwslcom
tha enlisted man that he avtlutal, tort gUMt Mr,h, was one week old when
the democratic riominea) for srovernor In ths followltig langu.ie:
"Vnr friend, Urol her Chaile I)r)n, may Ixi a host i.f tighteou
neaa and a Miming hush of morality but Is' a pretty bum iort.
"Hrothr Chiile conceive that in the election of I'.ro.her William a
r1.-lei.-hio in ln rrnl.'o by a light sium-x a tha tail antler of the
winning combination great victory h teen won and the pollilt!
gravis, flouilehtrig hi tomahawk In exultation and utturlng s'rsnse gut
and snioi iliid ivr and pittld down, '
"and so Hioilier Charles pr.s-ecd to exueuta a war dune on the
irrs.es, llniii lulling hi tomahnwk In exultation and uttering a. run,, it gut
tursl sounds, Among them rosy be delac'ed, thickly sprinkled, such
word end phrus'. aa 'unholy,' 'reactionary,' Melons,' 'uns'-rupulous,'
'boss,' 'Wall Htreet,' and tha Ilk, nil appll-d to the dead and gon, snd
vleloiy for bor-tsiy and sobriety,' rnodeslly Is-sl'wed upon llmtlior Wll
"When Charb-y get Hi ked In of the nest little household rai ov
essloiiHlly friininit by the N. t.iuKii tl-mis im-y he sobs and sweat and
Mm the tl' k. t.
".Now lint for onca lie ha scored a partial victory bo sligs pnens of
sv-lf praise, compliment hi own virtu and superior hollnes, angrily
abuses th'.s Im iliilm to have killed and burUsI, and ghoullslily vlolaie
their lowly yruvt..
"A Intolernblo In ti. tory a In defeat, I f:hrlea. In either eva-nt a-t-rllng
himself to tear down tho parly and di-fcit It onndlilate, In hie
linmeiiso egoiism rei-kles of cofis-in nee so (hut only Jlrother Wllllain
and lliollier Charles l t-xaltc.l.
"A pretty bum sport, we taiwst and ratbsr a hoslss soil of ass."
Only two y.-ar have pussed sine that tlma, Krother Charley is now
running main of Hid bc'k and w find Hltcheot-k exprosnlng entirely dif
ferent opinion. In tha World Herald Hltchcoik now dectnresi
"Mr. Hiyan a a candidal) for governor will apptnl with peculiar
tone to tha independent voiurs, who r rupldlv growing In number. H
fight morn for prlncl.1o than for pnrtv, and hs naver stayed hi hand
against hi own pnrty when h Klleved It to bit wrong."
When wn Hitchcock expressing hi real opinion when he wa
flgbilng th liryan, or now, when ho I at'mptlng to u' them for Ida
"From State and
Ftlitoritd from otlur
All I Me Together,
rrm tha Vi.ik Nawa-Timaa.
Two Utile, Kirls want lo meet their
father, a workman In an en.-d.ern city.
They werft walking on the railroad
trnek, happy In th -xp etallon of
meeting their "daddy" ami walking
home with him.
A train rnm along and they got
eau(,'ht. at the bridge anil the father,
seeing their danger, ran to their help
and nil three, w. re killed hy th on
Thus two little tot with hearts
full of love for their father ore sent
to tha heavenly borne befor thy
hardly got. start-l on their earthly
four of life, and th-lr father Is sent
olong to look after tbern In th beau
tiful "Iwind of Hotnewht-re,"
There are many instances In life of
tragedies of this character ami t iey
form a line of sorrow for till who
I arn of them -by a perusal of th
Jn thu hustle of life we rem! of these
tragedies and pass them on, hut a re
fleetlou on the OetAlls of thla
tragedy will cause nadirs for any
fatal accident to which children per
ish appear to be doubly heart
bunking. A MlltdTTf Tlina..
Kfrni tha Ni-I;rli fume Journal.
Tho American Leglfm undertake a
great constructive labor In war pre
paredness legislation which It la rc
fiorled shout to lax Iw-foru congress.
What Is planned 1 legislation to be
adopted now to cover tho conscript on
policy of tho government In time of
future war. The proposal Include,
thn financing of a war ns well
run lining the war. Hera the teflon
proposals attempt to right what tha
(tervlee men regard a tho wrong of
the last war. The soldiers for the
last war were conscripted. The funds
were for the most part borrowed. Tb
legion want tho money power e well
a the man power of tho country put
nt the free disposal of tho govern
ment In war time. The fact thnt tnl
was not. done (n tho last war fur
nished the ground, In the rnlnds of
most, service men, for tho additional
compensation which ten asked of
congress. That compensation was
denied them because the money to
poy it was not to be had.
It Is proposed now to enact a law
to com automatically Into effect In
time of war undor which the Income
of the country would lie treated, for
war purposes, as the manhood of the
country I treated. Both alike would
be willed to the color. Non-com-Ivttants,
like the soldiers themselves,
would be allowed a living; the rest,
would go to pay the full cost of prose
cut'ng the war.
The proposal In its general line I
doubly sound. If wisely drawn In de
tail, the plan for the eonscrliit'on of
Income In war time will meet a uni
versal sense of Justice. War b'.s be
come n, struggln no less of armies
than of peonies. The government re
oulres for such War command of the
entire resource of the nation, both
men and materials. Moreover, , only
by this means run the worst eenhomle
d sturijnncea of war he escaped. The
proposal Is a-ti'nd, too, In point of
t'me. Our own recent war experience
should have tsppht u the d-nrer of
waiting for war before dcslunlng our
war policies. Th fn't that every
thing had to he done In the mldt of
war mmrtil led to Mnlte in st-ikes
nd excess, The time to Plan a
military and financial war policy Is In
tU rational hom-a of oeitte. A aneclal
sdvsntng of doing this is the chance
It rives us to know 'n advance Just
wt--t a war wl'l invf Ive.
Kvei-vthlng will deoertd on the
soundness in CelHil of the plans which
the let-ion may preeent to congress.
tJrunted thnl the method is s snfe
wv t.i the smi-id ohlert rop'a.i. the
leelon protect la a uaeful Inner as
th service men's organisation enuM
grandmother each Monday In order
to use up the last heat on washing
ttav always contained in addition to
the corned ief, delectable, cablsige,
i-oiden carrots, tuslv turnip, weet
beeta, mealy potatoes.
I We can imagine) "ibimlet" without
he melancholy Itane, Hut a New
1 Kligland boiled dinner without vege
tables would be Ilka ai.r without
soldiers, I k the sen, without wster,
like cricket without t.
Only a rtiuall Voire Nowadays.
From the Wyninln aia Trllema.
The tide turns. I'titll recently there
was much talk to the eff ft that the
Volstead act never could be enforced
and that the only ailutlon of the
vexatious problem was to be found In
thu return to ts-er ami light wine.
Now th re are only it very fcw ntlvo
al,ng such a coins.
Jn no other stats have the "wets"
been more vociferous than In New
Jersey Oim rnlght Judge, from tint
..utcry mad, that the p.ople there
were overwhelmingly for a rnodlrtr-.
tlon of the present law, Vet on Tues
day Henator Frelinghuysen, strong
"dry," defened Oenige Jlecord, nasi
oral "wet," by three to one.
Two year ago Wcriator Hitchcock
of Nebraska openly advocated a re
turn to tha lighter Intoxicant. This
y.ir he ha seen the light, Proclaim
ing thai ih Honor Issue 1 as ti-ad as
tha lo-itd nm, lio ha announced that
he will refuse to vote for inidll.'ca
tlon. Here In Wyoming no candidate for
stale or national office ha tiared to
come out with an advocacy of a,
course that, us every on - knows,
evetituully would lead to nullification.
Attorney Ttuse, democratic candidate;
for congress, has, with the ability of
many men of hi profession, o Jug
gled bis word a to make his mean
ing indistinct, but all tip; oth is, both
democratic and republican, are stand
ing foresquara for prohibition u'-J
If the attitude taken by Federal
Judi;a Hymen In pronouncing a heavy
sent nee on ft violator In Cheyenne
Thursday l followed by fellow Judge
throughout the land, there will be
leas anil less talk of the inab'llty of
Iho government to see that the law
Is obeyed. Hootlcggers gradually will
grow scarcer and scarcer.
"Vou have got to be made to un
derstand," said Judgo Hmyes, "that
tho prohibition law must bo enforced.
I'nlll (we get violation down to tho
minimum, the penaltl-a will be more
severe than ordinarily would hi the
case." Whereupon ho ordered n Joll
sentence of elsht months and fines
It Will take years for prohibition,
like nearly every other reform In his
tory, to work out satisfactorily. The
trouble Of the past three years havo
been a nothlnir compared with tho
Llrrlng times following the abolition
The saloons have been abolished.
Itootlegglng and mooiishtnlng flour
ish, Just as they did under this old
system. Jtut eventually, evert though,
absolute prohibition nevir Is secured,
they will succumb to tho weight of
public opinion and their operations
will be held to an exceedingly' small
an vilti. Eventually tho right will
triumph. It always has, It Is now, It
always will. 1
(eliminating tho Salute.
From tl Hocky Moum&ln N'awa.
Kvt-ry man who wore Uncle Hum's
uniform during the late war will re-
Jolce to know that a change, Is pro
posed In military regulation which,
If carried into eff ct, will t-llmlnata
the exchange of salutes between of
Ilcura ami men except when on post.
Th salute is an ancient formality
said to havo had Its origin wh n tho
knights wore vlsored helmet and
Mined the visor to show that they
were frlen"y. There t much formal
ity prescribed by military regulations.
and most of II has found its way Into
th t ailed rat a army, whldi ws
originally modeled upon that of ing
It has been pointed out on many
occasions, and especially when hun-
"7 he Piovle's
la- lariat fraes ra4a e4 TV Maeslei
!!. .. el fka Mraa
a ! eal ( lh. If 9
Im easvCMsss saatlar at SseWtt
in that ooffic r, ami that tho officer jh r mother died. Her borne w tU n 1
w eimpelled to return tho atluin in material things, but poor la that:
Juat preelaely aa It was exiiKiel. Ih,n yielded growth for th aoul. At
There hsvs be-eii certain restrlct nn k .,, mt.A
to lb taint. It wn not exlen led, I " " " U,M M
... 1.. ..,0.1 iihatiov ol.n.C gh bad a fin out look on l.t
- .- 1.. '. ..J ....... ft ..... no ma for lh fetIV thlflg CttiuuiA !' A a s'rstir III
hnwsver, rtiilred on the slraet. I that cluttered the live of otliars. Uotir ptogreeelve lty I fnual
III Washington urn! In fi't every- Mis Hanls.rn ha given tis a atory pUln it o-ir bk a conswi r
I .1 II,. tt.r tha .i.lnl. ' flll.l , It, flu.hea of lilirrtoS. DNlh'S) Coll for tlfl!"fa, Vii; I I" II''
wa more of a burden unm th of-land philosophy, Th" author ex: 1 senc-of r t ,gn downtown, Hure
puree .' Wtniii llfnurtown.
cmi.il.,-To th Klltor of Th
llei-ra thsn upon th men. tmlv about
out of every to odlrs wr officers,
wl-li'li menit that th enlisted nuiri
xit-iiile, one salulo while the offlter
returned f.a. 'i'he propositi t elimi
nate this formality except when sol
diers ar on poet s-ern meritorious.
It will aav a lot of locofnenlencs for
all concerned and certaltdy will In no
way affect army dlwlplin as It ex
ists. Nerd Mill Theater llra.1.
frnm the fCaw Tork World.
Tho uces of a cornmiinlfy play
house, l.ks everything else, depend
upon It leadership. Th play director
I tha natural center, for proportltm
in the art of describing u
with dainty toia bea. Htm make rone
toon 1 la. e thing Interesting hy revtal
Ing their betity and troth; their V'il
tm In the economy of lif-., Th-r t
tunny laugh, a few thrii:, much r-al
human Intereat, and rf-rhsps a i'nr
drop for these who Inay etprass fsl-Ina-e
In that manner.
'I ha plot rio toft frf-mm hssvitr !
iin.il.ii (-mo do what e;t! imsib
msller re not negligent "'t
doing. Voor trulv,
A, C I'll""'- I ii -Hit o polls, I'l'l,
Tha! "!" laaue.
Jmt.bilfg, .Vet. To Ih Kdllr f
Th fefoalia lie,
Itur rn'inn has b-n bl( to" bsfl
ItMbl 1 at Hit of Toy shine through II
all until She meet itomnny, who
found a friend, a country nd so
awakened otil. Th chnracfers m'V
at? to tha enthusiasm and 10 opera- In god out of Toy'a lif Willi comix II-
tlon that lis can Inspire will be the r- In intereet. At 14 Toy become ne
suit obtained. Tli director h to 'i-ntrg r.f Henri tta. a designing sp'n
be more than stai mansger who far; at 20 she meet Jurry of th
knows how to put 011 Plays, he must iCbron'rle sta". and then h l(l'l
know how to work with and get r- nd marries Vl Ammldown. And
suits cut of volunteer workers, wh'ch j tb'O fi'mstiy!
Is a whol - lot different from dlreyrt ng a few exe rpfs r.f phllosopm'-ai m
pa'd 1 layers, :lgu 1st ween Itomany and Toy era
This has given rise lo tha nevelop- v-u:
Xh pitrt no nm r-rn- nwy.tr ; )(y ,lloli,,m H, jir,,
Involved: It is fl s story of a gltl a , w ,, tvlw i were it.diog f
life, from the I'roa f her br th until 1 y:lf v'ri' furtsr pdnt
she met op with real happln aft I
er a life of vicissitudes, Tha Inioro- )4w n)t,y i,t fr Hlt'ht'k
m'-nt of a new profession thai r.f
community play director. 1 Ho many
etijets tq reeoriifiieii Mfslltle di
re, tors have b n received by tho
Community Playhouse of f'ttsadena,
t al., that Hires years ago if estute
Ished it summer act colony for lbs)
tralnlfig of those who want to tako
t.p this work, Jt just ended 'h third
session, with an riuollment of 7o,
Thn demand for directors far exceeds
An auxiliary of Junior plaver to
provide miltabla dramatic entertain
ment for the rblbiren also come
rfvt'hln Ih purvl w of th I'asadenai
t'ommunlty i'laybouso association,
This department ha the whole
hearted support of the parent -teacher
organ'ratloii and Monday school
workers, because they know the ltd
vantages of id'ietlmnl recreation,
As an evidence of the growing Im
portanc of tho many different com
munity and little theater over tho
cnunfry, all New York play ng nclea
that d'-al In production rights to dra
Mat'e works have found It worth tin Ir
while to go after this business, as ths
most n nprofessl'inal gioups havo
learned that. If pay to put on royally
plays, A few year ago this wn
n'-ver thought of by amateur drama
tic clubs. Now, it forms an addi
tional source of liicom-" to the play
wright and Ir: beit nnlng to equal that
derived from stock companies, ac
cording to report. And what ts more,
all of the eld line drama I le, and pro
fessional Journals devoted to tho
stage now have th.-lr "little th aler
column" and seek new from aipl
circulation among these organization,
On need never !" h rsstf of
content one 011 - b learned to bu'ld
with the email opportunities at hand "
"fen, you have tho nn,r man' cap
ital," "And that Is?"
"When all Is said and dime Ufa I
"And very often fh-r I Just on
thing that mak-a It at m II poaatblo
for many of us to go on with It,"
"Yes? What Is that?"
"The IlvJfig for some on elss,"
Iyfr In the story Itomany and Toy
exchange these thought;
' f'eople nowaday tun all so afraid,"
"f everything: Afraid th'-lr hoiis
hold gods w1)! broken; afraid their
rdat'on will die and f-aret them In
their wills' afraid of Minlsrs; nf'!d
of hent; afraid lit cold; afraid of other
people;' opinion; afraid to llv and I
afra'd to rtls Alwav afra'd'"
"And fear mak dwarfs of them"' j
"I know, it Is a melancholy spco- J
"The more fear a morm) Ms Into
bis eons' P rice the more than con
sci'-nc" shrivels, Cmly fre, unshack-1
led souls, hop' fill souls, get a wldo '
And Urother Charley, too.
If they get tbekr wins and lagr Mar
They II drinh hn iimnt lom hf-w.
If fbv I roortess
Thre II tit tnnnv 't regrets;
t'h. eielit'in w will get
Will sncd Mil Iba foreign detda.
Theft they would cr."s tte se again
Af.-I fr,r.'4 w ill all th k ngs so daair;
tHi.it. wet t'tfn's'si 'n rvl
In l.ght win and Ucr tr,
Vtir our nal'0 Iwt li bit oo bsrd,
Tl l-adei now onfeas,
Wyl V .SUiirirrtr now explain
Tlie II tr'u'irk f'.rfnn loe''
iir.v. w. u. ftr.i vnx.K.
view, for they liao obov lb clutter
of small things"
"Vo inn if", Umnnnr,"
When in Omaha Stop at
VH'. l tU S. Mi.WtlfMWMt
Repib!!cn Candid tl
Election November 7
( KNTKK rillOTM.
Thess bl.it-k crtst drense are
mourning for short akirta. Ann Ar
He laugh at t-ar who nver tried
to pun another car at a curve, HI.
Joseph News l'res.
Tim question now ix whether Krnncn
and Great Hrltaln will permit Turkey
to gobble all 11 want. -Columbia itee
ord. When you gt enough of your r.bte
nograph, It ! enoughlest enouifh
Dura Is, rireenvllla I'leibnont.
The ex kalser's wlfa will havo the
cotiperatlon of most of Kuropo in
keeping tier apouao nl botnc Brool;
One trouble with tho hull-liead.-.l
fellow who ia always talking about
two mid two making four Is that, ho
will not admit that thro and one
also make four. I.lttlo ltock Arkan
Kipling has been so generul a pro- j
occupation lately that we Intend in .
our new dictionary to Incorporate a j
new verb, "to Klpln," meaning "to ,
bilk like a patfiet'c old gentleman."
HI. J'aul I'loi.ecr Cr.-sn.
"Why Men lanvo Home?" is a!
new play. One any il Is because It ,
hates to stay there alone. Jackson-
Heems ns If there 1 enough frit t inn i
In the world to kei us warm, even J
if we have no coal. Mmphla Com-;
Cfiiffopractors spM it
lnadfrju&t nerve functfonfnjf,"
tho caiHie ot moat cJicwsaHe, or
pbygfeal fIJgcornfort, in a major
ity of ca.f! ientlH Um)( readily to
Th Chiropractor, workinj? only
with hi hnnrii and hi knowl
vdge, CHtablinhcfc a normal flow
of nfrve vnvrgy. Thi full flow
of nerv oncryry , brings enna,
otherwise known un GOOD
HEALTH, to take the place of
Telephontt AT 9214 for your ap
pointment, and then come to
205 I'nxton block.
Bo'lrd ntnner Myatery.
freai Wt.r-w.lwr tWi-t
Thev do some qucr thlnga In r
taiirants. .Not !nn the dough-
ml ere. wtth ehoocUta spin-ared
Then om JaJ stiut.ah I- PV rut-
i tt.-nj whipid ci. .im nn It.
1 HI itoW" tlit-vi taken l:i t I
t t-'.-a mil if the bn'td tbiioir. and
It ia high llim. aoi.o-l-.!y tl d s-nn ;
thlnif, rbla a' go loia p.rwt f
m-; "Saw Vfaland f oiled lSi.n-r J
With V.seial lra " 1
The H..t-i- "n dd by rnoilti-r and'
Mfiakari of the Faculty of
are prepared ta (lea Uclurta,
datrsMta sad aermaaa for
Clubs, Teatbsra' Inetitutti,
Chunk. a sad Stlal Octa-ii-na,
Aaldreat Dept. af Tub.
Inilr, Main Pl.t., Wealajraa
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