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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1923
MOUTH MOUNT TABOR REMER,
VOIR PARK AND VICINITY
Anxious parents and friends of
Ellis Lake, Lawrence Tuttle, Ralph
Holmes and Nowell Dixon, Franklin
high school students, who hiked to
Wahtum lake, were greatly relieved
when the boys returned safe and
sound late Thursday evening, Feb
The boys found the trail going in,
Friends of Miaa Velma Shepherd party to the children of the Sunday
are expecting her to disclose a secret school last Saturday. About W chll- in fair condition, with the exception
dren participated. Th«* afternoon was of a washed out bridge, as far as the
some of these days.
spent in games and readings. A deli Seven-mile shelter cabins. They spent
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
cious luncheon was served by older the night there, hitting the trail early
F. L Bailey, of 3803 Sixty-sixth
next morning. Progress was some
st rev t, on January 30.
Mr. McKay, of Sixty-ninth street, what retarded on nearing Perspira
Master Billy Boon and Miss Urdine
has sold his place and expects to tion point, where they encountered
Berry were hoot and hostess at a
build a modern home on Sixty-sev two feet of snow. From here the
Valentine party Wednesday.
snow gradually became deeper,, and
enth street, near Division.
Flora Ann Montgomery died at the
the four boys, each with a 40-pound
Pisgah Home last Monday. She was
pack, found that their troubles had
a pioneer of 1MM and was 73 years
begun. They took note of the wonder
public school board, the Junior Rose of the deep woods in winter; on one
Rev. Bruce Evans is holding evan-
occasion when they were observing
club has been organized.
gvlistic meetings nt the Tremont
the beauty of the white silent land
Skiing and coasting were in full
United Brethren church every eve
scape, Dixon deftly pointed out three
deer, on a cannon slope. Late that
left their work to mingle with their
evening four very tired, wet, hungry
The baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. sons and daughters.
boys tumbled into a dry comfortable
Frank Sharp, of 4837 Sixtieth street,
Moadamrs Shepherd, Lake and cabin on the bank of Wahtum lake.
has been very IN, but ia much im
Gray on going down Sixty-seventh The meal they had hastily prepared
street, near Division, found them that night was “the best one they
Mrs. Eva laiwrence left Friday,
selves floundering In a snow drift ever, etc,” so Holmes says.
February 9, for Loo Angeles after a and were rescued by Mr. Leach, the
Next morning, when the boya had
visit with her son, Nelson, of 4910
druggist, who waa kind enough to crawled out of their blankets, and
give them a lift in his automobile.
straightened out stiffened muscles
Mrs. Ada Jolley and Mrs. Ward
Mrs. C. W. Gray attended a lunch sufficient to get to the door, they
Swope were speakers at the W. C.
eon on Thursday given by an old found a snow storm raging. It
T. U. institute held at the Hope Pres schoolmate, Mrs. J. H.
Keeley, of snowed for four days, keeping them
byterian church Thursday.
indoors. Beside the usual diversions
The Welfare club* of the Millard-
The united ladies’ aid society mat of a shut-in camp life, they made
Avenue Presbyterian church will
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. themselves some
hold a free dinner for the church
Ixiuis Smith, Division street. ladies were delighted to find on the night
and congregation Tuesday evening.
present worked on house lin-n to be of the fourth day a bright clear sky.
The boys left camp at 6 o’clock next
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Adama, of presented at the Easter sales. M.
Thirty-sixth avenue will entertain Thomas, the president, read letters
,.;.ing on their skiis, making good
friends who made a trip to Larch from the near east relief headquart time for the first few miles. The
mountain on Labor day, at their ers, imploring help for the starving sun was melting the snow crust.
home next week.
Armenians. This question was post Lake had the job of breaking trail.
Robert Valroue, who recently was poned to the next meeting, which In some places it was entirely lost.
operated on for cancer, ia much im will be at the church the second He almost lost himself when, on
making the ascent to Perspiration
proved and has been removed to hia Wednesday in March.
Point, he stumbled and fell 20 feet
home on the corner of Fortieth ave
At luncheon a large cake, covered
into a snow drift. Here Holmes made
nue and Fifty-fourth street.
with pink candles, came as a sur
good use of hia muscular training,
Artie Willis, 74, died at her home, prise to Mrs. Seanor, in honor of
when he rescued his companion. They
7104 Eighty-third street, on Febru her 24th marriage anniversary. A
had a time reaching the point,
ary 12. She ia survived by her hus siliver tea will be held at the church
band, Frank James Willis, and by a on Friday, March 17, the decoration stumbling, panting, sliding, but gain
brother in San Francisco.
and program to be in keeping with
Skiis Become Nuisance
Rev. Owen T. Day, pastor of the St. Patrick's day.
The ladies’ aid of the Third United 1
Emma May Howard, of 223 Fiftieth Brethren church met at Mrs. Louis
street died February 8 at the age
Smith’s, on Division street, Wednes
day, February 14.
The men’s gospel team will have
BL James Episcopal chapel at
the Anabel Presbyterian church on Seventy-second street and Thirty
seventh avenue, gsve the annual
The skiia had become a nuisance
Arlrta Baptist church, has been as
There will be a collection, proceeds
sisting in evangelistic meetings being going to supply needed silverware ao they discarded them and flound
ered the remaining distance to Seven-
held in the Community church of for the dining room.
Monmouth during the past week,
Boy Scouts, troop 21, attended last mi le camp by moonlight A half-
eon, W. W. Vaughn, of thia city.
Sunday morning services at Third I frozen, exhausted quartet of boys
went supperleas to bed and spent a
A marriage license
been United Brethren church.
sleepless night, dreaming of home
issued to Jess B. Sambrano of 6415
and mother. Lake spent moat of the
Eighty-sixth street and Marie E. NEW BOOKS AT
night applying crude remedies to
React of 596 East Sixty-fifth street
his frozen foot Next morning they
Hornaday, William T.—“The Minds drank a cup of coffee, the last of
The Parent-Teacher association of
their provisions and started on down
Kellogg school is heading up a and Manners of Wild Animals." This
the trail. Tuttle was determined to
movement to have the boys' and
have some more breakfast, so he
girls’ clubs of this destrict partici regarding mental traita and tem
made a slingshot, loaded with a
pate in the coming celebration in
chunk of ice, and carried it in readi-
honor of the opening of Foster Road. tertainingly written and full of in
new. He did not have long to wait;
formation not generally known.
In place of the usual quarterly
Rollins, Philip Ashton—“The Cow over the ridge a large black object
Sunday school convention in district boy.” His characteristics, his equip appeared and paused. Tuttle let go
No. 9, Mount Scott, a teachei train
ment and hia part in the development the slingshot. Immediately the object
ing class will he held at the Kern of the west.
The boys rushed up
Park Christian church beginning
Conkling, Hilda—“Shoes of the and found Linn Forest, one of a
Sunday afternoon and continuing on
Wind.” New and delightful verse by rescuing party sent out by the school,
every evening until Saturday.
the author of “Poems by a Little rubbing a huge bump on the back of
The women's society of the Arleta Girl.” These poems are the dreams his head. The rest of the party soon
Baptist church will hold a Washlng- of a sensitive and brilliant child, as joined them.
At the Highway the rescued and
ton meeting Wednesday, February delicate and colorful as the flowers,
met a detail from battery
21, at 1:45 o'clock, at the home of butterflies and the ocean spray from
A of the National Guards, who also
Mrs. Campbell, of 7238 Whitman which they are woven.
Gregory,, Lady —“Three Wonder had been sent out in search of them.
avenue. A program will be given
(The moving of our plant and the
and refreshments will be served.
Vanden Bergh, Iaonard J.—“On weather caused us to leave this story
Mrs. loema E. Vaughn died at her
out of last week's issue.—Editor).
the Trail of the Pigmies.”
former home, 4147 Sixty-sixth street,
Thia is on account of Anthro-
February 12. She was 91 years old
pological explorations in Central MORE
and has been a resident of Portland
for the past 14 years. Her husband,
In addition to having the father of
Captain W. Vaughn, was killed in
Young, I Francia Brett—“The Black
the famity in bed as the result of a
October, 1862, in one of the battles
horse stepping on his foot and a
of the civil war. She is survived by a
Day, Holman—“Joan of Arc of the
daughter injured as the result of
The Kern Park Christian church North Woods.”
being run over when she fell while
will join with the other Christian
Morley, Christopher—“Where the
skating, more misfortune was added
churches of the city on Sunday in Blue Begins.”
to the lot of J. Brendly and family
the observance of the anniversary of
De La Mare—"Memories of a
of 6809 Fifty-first avenue, when
the assasination of Dr, A. L. Shelton Midget.”
Mrs. Brendly was taken suddenly ill
on the Tibetan border. The occasion
on Tuesday. She was taken to the
will be commemorated at the Sunday
Abdullah, Achmed—“Alien Souls."
Portland Sanitarium where she nar
school hour and at the morning
Fuller, Margaret—“One World at
rowly escaped an operation. Her re
church service talks will be given by
covery was dispared of for a time,
the pastor and several laymen. Dr.
Douglas, O. — “Ann and
Her but she is much better now.
Shelton’s favorite hymn, “Tn the Mother."
Sweet By and Bye," will be rendered
O1ÆON-FOY RECITAL AT
by the chorus choir. An anniversary Triona.”
offering for the building and fur
nishing of a hospital on the Tibetan
WHICH SHALL WE DO?
A musical program in the form
It ia hoped
border will be given.
of a joint recital of Mrs. Fred Olson,
that in the
Quotes the Informant for Feb vocalist, and Miss Nettie Foy, pianist,
country the offering will amount to ruary:
will be held at the Anabel Presby
The salesman should not cut down terian church on the evening of
Mrs. W. S. Thompson’s pupils nor limit his calls, for contacts with March 7. Miss Foy was at one-time
invite you to their recital, Ënter- the trade stimulate action, and if a student in Germany. In addition to
tainment in the Lenta Baptist church nothing more ia gained, it 1s a vocal and piano numbers there also
on February 23, at 8 o’clock. There source of knowledge of general trade will be a violinist. Further announce
will be readings, class songs and conditions and should work to his ments will be made later.
other vocal selections in addition to advantage.—William H. Holden.
Concentrate on fewer customers,
George Bodman, who ia working
the piano numbers which will give
“spice” to the program.
Mr, and make fewer calls and make them on the Bull Run pipeline and who ia
seldom able to return home, spent
Mrs. Thompson will sing. No ad better.—Typothetae Bulletin.
the week end with his family.
Which shall we do?
Governor Sends Special Mes
sage Asking Legislature to
VOL. XXI, No. 7
no Interest io be collected for a period I law violators.
of six years. Tbe sum of »250.000 Is
The senate refused to go on record
i to be appropriated tor the purpose.
as favoring the release from federal
Tbe Kuehn house bill prohibiting the prisons of persons convicted of viola
changing of registration of party af tlons of the espionage act because oi
filiations within 30 days preceding pri expressions of opinion construed tc
mary elections passed thy senate.
have been disloyal to the United States
Tbe Cary ice cream bill, which pro
In response to Ike request of Gover
voked such a storm of protest from the nor Pierce, made in bis special mes
sage to the legislature, resolutions wen
Ice cream manufacturers upon its In
Introduced In the house authorising
troduction in th« house, was passed
the governor to call a conference oi
by tbe senate by a unanlmuos vote.
governors of Washington, Idaho, Mon
The Mil increases the butterfat and
tana and California to consider th«
solids content of ice cream.
imposition of taxes on natural re
Tbe senate passed house bill No. 77,
sources, and the appointment of a com
designed to aid in tbe enforcement ot
mission of five to Investigate Irrlgatlot
the prohibition laws of the stale.
Th« bill requires the registration of
When a man’s heart is in his busi
ness, his thoughts are inclined to
shape themselves along the lines of
his business. When an artist looks
at a face he analyses its possibili
ties from the point of view of paint.
A doctor classifies his acquaints cos
according to their apparent physical
disorders. A newspaperman dissects
his friends in the hope of alighting
upon some hidden experience which
might bq turned into a story. These
traits are “vocational diseases.” The
best example of this kind of voca
tional disease which I have seen for
some time appears in the American
Legion Weekly. It follows:
Salem. — Following precedent, the
legislature started on the final week
ot the 40-day session with the usual
jam of monished business It seems
to be a habit of legislatures to put
off final at-tlon on Important measures
until the closing days.
all distilling appurtenances with the
Governor Pierce took occasion In ■
proper state and federal officials and
special message delivered to both
“The corresponding secretary of a
makes the presence of a still, worm,
bouses to call attention to the tact
large business concern had been in
mash or any of tha other equipment
vited to dinner. The host asked him
that after being tn aesalon for 34 days
or ingredients Incident to the distilla
to say grace, and although it was a
practically none of the legislation
tion or brewing of liquors prims facie
n«-w experience for the secretary he
recommended In hla Inaugural address
was not to be found wanting. He
evidence that the owner or occupant
had been passed
began: 'Dear Lord—We thank Thee
of the premises is the owner of the
The particular legislation that the
For many years there was a dispo I for all Thy favors of recent date.
executive urged the legislature to ex
sition to think of Washington as a Permit us to express our heartfelt
Representative Keeney's bill, which
good man, but not a great one. This gratitude. We trust that we may
pedite Included the Income tax bill,
was intended to place a tax on literary, view prevailed even tn this country continue to merit your confidence and
the consolidation measure, the series
that we shall receive many more
benevolent, charitable and scientific to a very considerable extent But it _____
of taxation bills, several bills increas
; blessings from you in the future.
Institutions when operated for com Is no longer held by those who are I —Amen? ”
ing the tax on foreign corporations.
pensation, waa killed by th* senate best informed, for Washington's great
Irrigation measures and a bill creating
through Indefinite postponement.
ness is now everywhere acknowledged.
The news of the latest large earth-
a state market agent
impossi nuake, which mercifully struck be-
Senator Dennis’ bill which provides It would be difficult—perhaps
When rhe house and senate recon that taxes levied in 1923 and 1»24 shall ble—to point to a more completely low the ocean, tended to show the
vened Monday msrnlng all the major be 10 per cent lower than the tax col rounded character. «"
_ „ _ greatly
Flake has world once more
measures remained to be considered lected In 192» passed the senate with shown that be was a great military indebted to the Catholic clergy (and
The Income tax general tax revision, only President Upton voting against commander. Of the fine quality of particularly to the much-maligned
can ! Jesuits. for its scientific knowledge,
consolidation of state departments, ap IL It applies to all tax levying bodies be
no question? He was a patriot with-
propriation bills, fish bills and trrign- and excepts only money raised to pay out even the suspicion of a taint of ;
tion and road legislation were un principal or interest on bonded In
jingoism. He thought erf his country - of the qnake which disturbed the
re / as
arutre re 1 re cv to r.a
debtedness heretofore contracted or to not
about, ' r-»
Pacific and swept the Hawaiian
The measures wl
which have passed pay salaries fixed by law.
but to be served.
| group came from the Jesuit observa
both houses are mostly
The law of service was. one may al tory at Georgetown university. This
Education for Crippled Children.
and of no great internet to the state
The house, by unanimous vote, most say, the fundamental law of the observatory gave the news to the
at large. During the first five weeks passed a senate bill providing for tbe life of Washington. He never sought entire press of the world. The news
205 bills were introduced in the senate educating of crippled children. Pro office, and never deaired It. One can was followed by confirmatory and
not Imagine him suggesting—or con supplementary intelligence from the
and 249 in the house, a total of 554 vision la made in this measure for the
senting to—legislation In order to win Jesuit observatories in many other
measures. Sixty-five Mlle received the setting aside in every district in which
The first President's moral cities. The bigots who slander the
approval of both hoaxes; 15 senate one or more crippled children are en courage was perhaps his most striking Church are too ignorant to under
measures and 30 from the bouse.
rolled of a'“crippled children’s educa trait. He resisted every effort on the stand that scientific service of this
sort means something.
Compremine Income Tax Bill Appears. tional fund,“ in proportion to the num part of politicians and people alike to
A compromise Inaome tax bill has ber of such children la th* district force the nation into war with Eng
A Bible institute missionary back
been introduced tn the house- The out ot the general funds of tbe district land on the side of revolutionary from Abyssinia says that when he
called on King Ras Rafari, servants
measure provides tar a graduated rate This fund is to be employed to provide
what be would have said In response brought in tea and cakes instead of
on personal incomee and a flat rate for visiting teachers to be paid tor on
to a suggestion that he could win champagne. The king explained that
on business and corporation Incomes. the basis ot hourly teaching
votes by going to war, and would lose 1 he did not want to “tempt big Amer-
By the bare margin ot one vote. Rep them by staying out. Not often has ' ican to drink when his country had
The exemptions ere similar to those
provided in the federal income tax resentative Woodward's eight hour there been a more accurate character forbidden it.” This incident should
law and the tax on personal Incomes day law for tbo lumber Industry was ization of a man than Lowell’s of remove for all time the impression
that the Abyssinians are deficient in
will range from one to tan per oent, passed by the house. .The bllL as Washington, “Where the lot lurks that
a sense off humor.
while the corporate and baslnees tax amended, provide« that the penalties gives life's foremost place,** Washing
for violation shall not be effective un- ' ton knew:
will be tour per cent.’
A feature of this bill Is the exemp til similar laws are enacted by Wash Tst Duty's leaden casket holds tt still.
BIG STEP IN FILM ART
And but two ways ars offered to our will.
tion granted to owners of real prop ington and Idaho.
Toil with rare triumph, ease with safe
Nothing since the early experi
Both the Individual and the busi against free text books for elementary Tbo problem still for us and all of hu mental days of
when the motion picture was still
ness schedule carries a right of deduc school children in Oregon when it He chose.
as men chooee, where most regarded as unworthy of serious con
tion covering all taxes paid other than voted to accept the majority report ot
sideration, has attracted so much
Inheritance taxes, income taxes of the the committee on education and in Nor ever faltered 'death the load
interested attention as the making of
Of petty cares, that gall great hearts the
the first feature picture play in
state and taxes assessed fur local ben
But kept right on the strenuous uphill colors, “The Glorious Adventure,” an
efits of a kind tending to increase the Woodward’s free text book bill.
allied producers and distributors cor
value of the property assessed.
8tron< to the end. above complaint or poration release, coming to the Blue
The house voted to safeguard the
It is also provided, however, that
Mouse theater next Saturday.
further deduction of "the fair rental initiative from frauds when it passed The popular tempest oa his rock-mailed
When J. Stuart Blackton an
nounced that his first British pro
value ot all real estate owned” by the the Kuehn bill with 38 ayea against Wasted Its wind-born« spray;
duction would be photographed in
The noisy marvel of a day;
taxpayer may be mads from the gross 20 noes and Gordon and Kay absent
Tbe bill as passed requires petitions Hla soul sate still In Its unstormed abode color by a special Prisma process,
earning*. provided that such deduc
specially developed for his use, there
tion doe« not exceed « per cent of to be filed with county clerks and
Washington was the master of him was general scepticism expressed as
self. In subjection only to hla con to the probable outcome of such an
the assessed value of the property.
The same deduction runs to the busi ty clerks shall publish notices advising science. The English historian says experiment.
Although previous Prizma efforts
ness schedule as well as to the indi the people ot the counties just where that “no nobler figure ever stood in
the forefront of a nation's life.” in color photography had marked a
petitions are available for signature.
Mrs. Simmons’ bill to make jury Thackeray's tributes to him are fa striking advance on former endeavors
New Consolidation Bill.
in this direction, they had been ap
duty compulsory upon women and re miliar. All who have studied the char plied only to scenics and such other
A new consolidation bill was in
acter and work of this great man
move from the law the right now ex
subjects as called for only slow
troduced In the senate Saturday, bear
agree that there was in him nothing
rapiid movement in color had proved
isting of claiming exemption, passed
ing the names of 17 senators as joint
of the self-seeker, nothing even of am unsuccessfuL And the processes of
the house, the vote being 24 ayes and bition—except In that noble sense In
authors, or enough senators to pass
hand-treating film in color had never
which all good men are ambttious. been found pleasing or satisfactory
it. This bill Is said to have been
The bill not only removes the ex Much he undoubtedly owed to the char in any way.
tentatively approved by the governor,
emption, but require« that one-half of acter with which he was born, and to
So it was natural that much in-
and if be really wants it the house
the jury panel in Multnomah county his Inheritance, but much he also owed terest should have been felt by
will undoubtedly pass the measure.
must be women, and one-fourth of to discipline. He had schooled him everyone watching the progress of
Tbe new senate bill provides for a
such panel in the balance of the coun self to generosity In victory, patience screen art,, and the results of the
state welfare eammiaaioner, state
In defeat, and In that fineness of soul great experiments in the production
commissioner of agriculture, state cor
which safeguarded him against the of “The Glorious Adventure” were
Against the advice of the state high
blandishments of power. His was that eagerly awaited. Many believed suc
poration and Insurance commissioner,
way commission, the house passed
cess to be impossible; not a few pre
each to receive 14000 a year.
- long-breathed valor and undaunted dicted failure. But the succcesss of
Graham's bill authorising the refund
Offices of state Industrial accident
this first application of color in
ing of road bonds and use of the money Which,
like his own. the day's disaster photography to a screen play has
commission. Inspectors of child labor,
on primary market roads. Graham's
been even beyond the hopes of Mr.
board of conciliation, commissioner of
plan is to tdsue each year for market Could, safe tn manhood, suffer and be Blackton and the Prizma scientist
labor sn<! statistics and board of
roads an amount of bonds equal to
who invented the process and de
health are abolished and their duties
Washington's fame grows with the veloped it to its present stage.
those retired for the state highways.
turned over to the state welfare com
This plan will keep Oregon at the con years, and shines ever more brightly.
White elephants are losing caste
He was a strange figure to be cast up
stitutional limit for road bonds.
Offices of food and dairy commis
out of a revolution. Demagogues or in Siam, and are no longer revered
The Lewis bill to tax church prop
tyrants are usually the fruit of such by the people as in former days. The
sioner. sealer of weights and meas
erty failed in the house when 35 votes upheavals,
Perhaps the difference br so-called white elephant ia not really
ures. pure seed board, lime board,
were oounted against the measure, tween him and other revolutionary white but is lighter colored than the
sanitary livestock board, board of
with 24 for It, and Burdick, the sole leaders—or some of them—reflects ordinary elephant.
horticulture and the Ilka are abolished
member absent, thus defeating the In a measure the difference between
Pete Larsen Taken Partner
and their duties handled by the com
measure by a majority of 11 votes.
our revolution and other revolutions.
missioner of agriculture.
Pete Larsen has taken William
At any rate It waa the happy fortune
Brown as a partner in the real estate
Offices of state water board and
By a decisive vote the house voted of our countrv. and of ««.<* ’•—-j-t-i.
water superintendent are abolished down Representative Lovejoy's bill to that this nation was led daring the business and is moving into the late
Smith’s office, 6530 Foator
and the duties attended by the state create a state board of cosmetic thera perilous days of the Revolution and of Neil
the formative period by a ‘man who Road. Mrs. larsen will take her
loved order and Institutional liberty, carpet weaving work to the new
Offices of corporation and insurance
Reduction of tbe salaries of all state and who coveted for America only the
commissioners are consolidated.
officials and employees, not fixed by honor of duty-doing and of service to
Oregon bureau of mines la abolished statute, approximately 10 per cent, is the world.
and lie duties transferred to the Ore proposed in a resolution adopted by
gon Agricultural college.
Rule for National Conduct.
The propitious smiles of heaven can
State vocational education board is
Representative Blower's bill, regula
abolished and the duties transferred tjng the sale of firearms and restrict-
The repair and erection of
The Herald’s press, with new
to superintendent of public Instruction. Ing the carrying of the same by per disregards the eternal rules of order
and right which heaven Itself has or
attachments added, has taken
Committee Approve« Asteria Relief.
eons other than sheriffs and peace of dalned.—Oeorre Washington.
longer than anticipated so this
Legislation for the relief of Astoria ficers, was defeated in the senate.
issue of the Herald ia late. 0
was approved by the ways and means
We ask the indulgence of our
The house passed Senator Eddy’s bill
“I suppose classical music is al!
subscribers and advertisers and •
Tbe measure approved to provld« for a state prohibition com right in its place,” said Maud.
promise better service here- '*
provides that the state purchase As missioner and assistants to be paid
“I’m sure it ia," repliied Mamie; n
after than ever has been pos- •
toria bonds at par in the sum of »250,
from funds diverted by the counties "I don’t care to listen to it mysolf,
000, bearing Interest at 4 per cent, bat to the state aa collected from liquor but sometimes you have to play it in
order to get a man to go home."
HAPPY FORTUNE THAT
TO THE NATION