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Saturday, .March t, IIMI
T H H a? I M H H II M It A h J) II U 11 N'H , II A It W IS V C O U N T Y ( It 10 G O N
By Arthur Brisbane
XIUUT 1,000 CANDIOATUS.
IJM1ANC15 IS MINK."
01TF.lt NHKDti HAhF.SMUN.
lOltll, NOT INTKUKSTINO.
II IVVl (lllKUTV TAIjKUI),
Tanlac Finest Tonic
For Elderly People"
H. Munich Tells Of Rccov
cry From Run-Dowu Con
dition, Was As Week As
Baby Tanlac Restored
"Tmiliiu Im tho ilnout tonic on unrlh
(or uldorly peoplo and I'll but I
Iiavu recommended It to n hundred
of my rrlotuln," In tho chnrnctorlntle
slatomont of U, Muiilcli, highly ro
ll uw many sturdy Amorlcana .l-oBoutotl citizen of San Frniichteo,
iiiiib to aorvu thulr country ro j '" t "iff Fairfax Hotol. 3000
t puiiului; to bo President, do I Th,ri1 8lrocl'
.iti .,uppoao7 Thore wun u uonorul "Sometime iiku a novoro cold left
noting that McAduo had thu Demo
untie nomination unless Al Smith
uulri boI It away from him. It
.sicmcd certain that Mr. CooIIiIro
had tho Hopubllcuu nomluatloii by
an ovorwholmliiK majority on tho
Hut a llttlu oil makes a groat dlf
onod contlKlon My uppolllo wan
knocked out completely, tltoro wan
hardly a thing that 1 could oat and
I wnu not only considerably off In
weight, but I camo near lining an
Weak an a baby,
"Well, If anythliiK bulhlK old folkn
up and mnlcctt Ihotn fool young
again, '1'iuilno certainly doon. It
gnvn mo iiuch a rousing uppollto 1
can hardly cat enough to miliary mn
and have gained novontcon pounds,
My iitrongth linn nlno odiiio back and
I'm no halo and hourly that 1 feel
llko working all thu time. Tanlac
boaln anything I over saw."
Tanlac In for sale by all drugtsonUi.
Accopt no substitute. Over 40-Mll-Hon
mo In an awfully run-down, wonk-
oweu $21,781,1)00,802. It take:) a
big and prosperous country to own
an much as that. And whllo wo
ought to pay off rapidly, wu COULD
owo fivo llinus that amount, and
fueneo in tho political situation, and ,noro' l00' 0,,rt m,t bo '""'"Jd.
now anybody has a right to hope.
Many an ambitious American In
..ending bin dollars now, handing
Ihom to "political exports" In return
t r Presidential promises.
l'iitro are probably nt tho leant
Men and women with more iidf
cuiifldeuco than lutolllgenco Intend
to produce In Now York a play,
"All Hod's Chilian tlot Wlugu."
In thin piny a white woman lulls
' " I,.,,.. ...Ill, .. ,,,,..., ........I... 1,1...
thousand "norloun" candldaten " .""" ., " ,v?'"' ., ..
(iiiii, itiicuiiug ouioro nun, uihhuu
tho uegro'H hand. A full-blooded
negro of unusual Inttilllgoucu will
play ono part, a white woman will
play thu other.
Tlioro In perhaps no law that can
atop Uils foolishness, but common
liitolllgoncu and decency Hhoiild slop
I. ndly warnliiK to big man In
i.. io Injure business and soaro
' doi'kholdorH hi rovango for
H-nnto oil InvoHtlgatlou.
Iwj.N'T DO IT.
! won't pay you In tho long run,
i botlden. It Is wrltton. "Dearly . ,l ,F 0NLV F0K T,,,.3 8AKK 0,,.
' v.-d. nvougu not youolvoiiTj nkoHO HACK.
wngMiicv 1h Mlno. I will r- T,0 AuUwi ,, ro,lll00t,., WU,
-alth tho Lord." I tJmt ,ltmj0r ,mul jow t lttt 1 to show
""x-" , a whlto woman falling on hor know
i. '.i olllclnli hat had a warn-; and klanlng a nogfo'n hand In a tmil
.nmd a Unmoii. Soum will tUlm: for Ilia eolorod iiuonlv. of
whom there art tone of thoiiMmhi hi
Hv York to say nothing of mil
- thun laaaou. Valuable
Ihivp coma out; othw are
Hi., whola It's A BlIIBll thing,
r.nllv doesn't amount to much
l 'will entOlllug UttlO Wllllo tll
Ationik)' flenoral Daugliortr d
rlnrtM Hint "If mmin Ktuinlord do
nil No rtftiou for breaking ! 0, roaK llBi naughorty. will miuio
' family. Snd Wllllo to bed J ome Hi!l8h,"
i ! i biiilnow ?o on. j Mr. naughorty known (ho dirror-
""" onco between u "nplanh" and a IHllo
v oth.r coppar ooncorii, ilia la-1 ripple. The public will walon for
ri'iosi C'oppor Company, follow-, tho nplanh with Interest. Tho At-
ti.u .xumplo of iho big Anaconda, . tornoy Ooneral could reveal moro
I skipped Us dividend. That about tho real character of cortalr.
i uis bud salesmanship and not j olllcluls than half n dozou oil In-
"Ugh advertising, ir thu copper , vcntlgntlon. Ho known what joiia-
.i would explain, through adver-' tors and others are trying to do,
' m in plain language, what copper t whom thoy arc trying to nhiold, and
ii '.H.-. mid whnt li 3AVKS In build-' whom thoy nook to prosecute
v i loiiipany ttblu to produce fiop-i Publication of Mr. . nnughert'
v i .it 20 cent n pound, or better, , prlvato luforinatiou would causo a
i li. k bunlntwM. "Hplanh" Indeed.
x I x
I." lloiiao at I tut will tako up j Thara U oven worse uawn about
- 1 .,rd' Miuulo Shoaln offer .whales than about been. Wluilei
mi-. Imrd to gut anything mov- re not coming up from the South
' ii. n no goutlomau "on thu In-, polv an I hoy used to romo, offarlng
to get nuy money In n satch
i ..'iv "loan" from a frlond.
-'I offiTs millions to tho CJov-itii-i.t,
ehoap fectlllzer to the
.rmT and, most Important, dotnon
'ritlon of tho use that can bo made
' water power, llut that Isn't
f'ough to Interest gentdloiuon ac-
UHiomed to "prlvato talka," "pri
vate codes" and "prlvato financial
Mr Mellon, Socrotary of tho
Treasury, nays the national debt has
been rcducod $033,000,000 In the'.
lost year, nnd four thousand eight
hundrod millions In four and a halt
warn. Your glorlouB country now
nil from blubber, whalebone from
their mouths, and proof of ovolutlon,
In the two little hip bones conceal
ed In their fat carcasses althoiiRh
thoy no longer uso tho legs to which
those hip bonus were onco attached.
Tito whalobono doosn't matter, for
ladles now go loose around tho waist
an a rule, nut tho whaling Industry
In In bad shape.
WHerwFrom of Tho Principals
Now In WiwhlnKtoii Hpotllftht
Hen. Thoman Jame Walsh
Thomas James Walsh, from Mon-
Mr. Home Owner
You don't know it all; I don't know it all,
Tho other follow doesn't know it nil; But
together wo know a-heok-of-a lot,
Let's Get Together
You toll mo what you tiro going to do in
tho way of building and homo decorating
this spring and I'll toll you some things I
know about that, ami will mako you prices
that will mako you sit up and tako notice. -
. Get Me?
I. S. Geer & Co.
Tako Tanlac Vegetable Pills.
tana, waiiliorii at Two Itlveru, Wis.,
Juno 1-, t SOU. lie wan educated In
, the public schools and graduated
t from tho Unlvoralty of Wisconsin
During bin early manhood ho wan
J a school teacher. I Io located In
! Helena, Mont., an a lawyer In 1800,
i and Immediately became Ideutllled
, with thu democratic organization.
' He ran for congress In 11)00 and
, for thu United Status Senator ' in
: ID 10. Ho wan elected In the Senate
IU1U12 ami ro-eleclcd In 1018. Ho
ban a national reputation an a thor
(Highly grounded lawyer and In an
authority on the United Statu
Constitution. IK is noted for bin
Inltlutlvo and pemuvereuco anil
never startn anything he thinks he
can't llulilli. Ho In acknowledged
to be chiefly renponnlble for thu
progress of thu Teapot Dome hoiiii
dal iiMiulry. lie In rwpectod by all
bin rollaaguea In Coiigroaa nnd ad
nilrud by many. Mr. Walsh In a
widower ami n Catholic. U wvnra
a atiibb muatNvhe, stiff hoaotnml
whltD ablri and uimli)rs.
Kihwii'd It. M'liKin
Kilward lmU M'twui la '.lie
owner uf th Walilna;lon I'imt and
CtnrlniiHtl ICtiqiilrtr which bo In
burllud from hi miliar, lie la 4!
yearn old. Was nutaido pain of
YYnthliKtn'a lunar political soci
al)' until PrMlduul irardlng took
olllco whan It bouamo tbi prMU
dtat'a moat InUiimto Washington
frlond. Ho In free and easy In
manner ami la fond nt nporta. Ho
llvori ,u a palace In Washington
thai ruMombloa a public library.
Whan thu Teapot Dome scandal
broke ho admitted that ho had
loaned Albert II. Tall $100,000, but
"remembered" later that ho did
NOT loan Fall tho $100,000. Ho
married Kvolyn Walsh, daughter
of Thomas J. Walsh, mining mag
nate. Harry M. Dougherty
Harry Mlcajah Daugherty, V. S.
Attornoy-floneral, was born at
Washington Court Hounu. Ohio, on
January 26, ISfiO. lie had a high
School MiluoaUou mid was gradu
ated from tho University of Michi
gan with the degree of LL.H., in
lie began the practlca of law In
his native town and moved to Col
umbus, Ohio, In 1803. Ho built up
one or thu largest practices In thu
Statu, Always active In politics,
but thu only olllco ho bold wae a
member of tho Statu Legislature,
1890-1894. Ho directed President
Harding's primary campaign for
Prosldont In 1920. Lost his owu
Stnto. Ha prodlctod that Harding
would bo nominated by a llttlo
party of bossos In a smoke-filled
hotol room when 1920 Chicago
Convention reached a deadlock. Ills
prediction wan flllod, Ho wan
made Attornoy-Qouoral of the
United Statou on March 4, 1921,
Ho aldod in getting Morno out of
tho Ponltontlury for a foe. Ho Is
married and a Methodist.
(Nete: Mlchajah In a llko Heb
row word and menus "who In llko
Harry V, Slnplalr
Harry Ford Sinclair, "potroloum
magnate, was born at Wheeling,
West Virginia, on July 0, 1870.
Moved to Kansas with bin pnrehtn
whou n baby, IIo wan educated In
the public schools of Iudoppndouco,
Kansas, and graduated front tho
School of Pharmacy, University of
Knunaii In 1808. IIo clerked In bin
fnthoru drug ntoro In Indopond
ouco, and In 1001 got Into tho nil
business on tho ground floor when
tho oil boom started lif Kansas and
Oklahoma. Ho displayed a gontiln
for organization nnd exploitation
of nil properties, Ho consolidated
nil' of bin proportion Into tho Sin
clair Coimolldatod Oil Corporation
In 1910. Ho sorvod as u "dollar
a year man" In Washington during
tho war. IIo moved to Now York
aftor amassing a hugo fortune nnd
bought a racing atablo. IIo dovol
opod 7,ov nnd built up tho moat
profitable establishment on the
turf, llln oil Intorofltn nro now In-
tornaUoual, He la married and la
an iQplHuopallau. Ilia homo In at
Croat Neck, L, I.
(l,luanl li. liohuuy
Mdwnrd Liiuronoo Dohony, po
troloum magnate, wan bnrti at
Fond duo Lac, W)hcoiirIii,oii Aug
unt 10, lKnfl. Ho wan graduated
at tho Fond duo Lao High School
In 1872, Wont Wont and prospected
for gold and silver In the mountains
and In tho plains for twonty yearn
with Indifferent huccubh. Mot Albert
Ii. Fall prospecting In tho South
west In the '80n and got Into tho oil
luminous In 1802, Ho nlartcil on
tho road to fortune by discovering
oil wells In California, Ho wan a
pioneer In exploration of tho olll
claln of Iho Tamplco district of
Moxlco and noted for bin ability to
pick men who could put exploration
of the oil Holds In tho Tamplco dis
trict under thu limelight, but ho wan
a illllldnnt driver In buiiliiofis, Ho
wan put In nomination for Vlco
Prosldont or Iho United States at
the Democratic Convention In San
Franelico In 1020, but tho vote wan
lost In confusion. Ho liven in a
palace In Los Angeles.
Albert II, Fall
Albort Ilncon Fnll waH born at
Frankfort, Ky., on Novombor, 1801,
Self-edUcnted with noma asnlntanco
front country schools. IIo wont to
thu Southwest an a boy and taught
school and also studied law. Ho
wan admitted to practice In 18S9.
IIo worked an cowboy, rami hand,
prospector ami miner In Texan and
Now Mcxlcu, IIo located In Iho lat
ter State whim It wns a territory.
Served an a member or Iho Now
Mexico Legislature, an a Jiinllco or
tho Now Moxlco Suprnino Court and
Attornoy-douornl or Now Mexico. In
vested his first mivliign In n Now
Mexico much and In mining lands
mid gradiinlly enlarged bin holdings.
Ho wan olcotod Io tho United States
noimto In 1012 for a torm oxplrJiiR
In 1013 and was re-elected 1013 and
IIo roMtfiujil from thu Quiialo In
1021 lo becomo Socrotary of tho In-
torlor In President Hurdlng'H Cablu-f,ot.
Cleanliness covers tho whole
Hold of mutilation, It In tho be
ginning and thu end, Uucleanllucnn
li ono of tho deadliest or removable
causes or disease, Filth In danger
ous because It may contain the
gonna of, disease. CloaiilliioHS or nb
nonce of dirt In not merely an aes
thetic adornment, but in above nil
a (military nafoguard of Importoiico
which linn been learned by hard ex
perience. Porsonal cleanliness liv
moro Important than public clonn
lluofls. Avoidance of pornonnl filth
In far moro necennnry than for ex
ample cleanllnenn or streets, bank
vnriln, and Iho llko.
And yet It must bo remembered
j that public supplied are public
, daugorn. A polluted water supply In
. reel no matter how scrupulously
' clean tho residents or a clly may bo
with respect to their persons.
An ndoquato wator supply Is nb
nolutcly necessary for tho preserva
tion of health. No obstacle should
bo placed In tho way of providing
tun comuuity with a puro water
supply. Ono of tho most Important
uses of wator la probably Its cleans
lug proportion Siiporclcanlluonn In
tho llrnt ntep toward olllcleuclont
Clean bodies nnd clean cloths are
oBsontlal or poroonnl hygolno. Clean
lliions Is promoted by prosplrlng
prior to bathing. The function or I
the skin In removing waste matter In i
not great, but a healthy skin do-'
maudM frj'(uont bathing. Warm
cleansing baths followed by a cold
nhowor or aw I in nlimuluttf a normal
In !!v'diinl and tucrea'jo bin rcnl.1t
an :c to dlre.ii' u
Tim Importance of washing Iho
haudn bo f ore meals cannot bo loo
forcibly carried homu to every In
dividual. Tltoro In an accumular
Hon of filth and Infoctlon In almost
ovory typo of work and health do
imindn that everything that touches
tho rood supply shall bo absolutely
cloau. Tho haudn, face, and finger
nails should bo kept clonn, especially
Internally; wator In valuable In
that It promotes elimination. Wator
Is the great solvent and cnrrlor of
material from placo to place In tho
body. Illood Is nearly all water and
carrion food and oxygon to tho mus
cles, brain etc., and waste matter
from tho kldnoyn and lungn. Your
blood domaudn n continuous supply
of water, ir nulllclont water In not
provided constipation will result Tha
Improvement In Individuals who
habitually drink llttlo wntor In ofton
romnrkablo when thoy nyntcmatlcal
ly drink wntor In sufficient amounts.
How much wntor should nn aver
ago normal person drink In a day?
A good rule In nix glasses, ono on ris
ing, ono at each meal, ono In tho
foronoon and one In tho nftcrnooa.
Larger amounts should of courso ba
taken whon freely poraplrlnn. Freo
wntor drinking between meals and
whon tho stomach In empty espec
ially boforo breakfast will do much
lo prevent constipation nnd assist In
Mary Jane (whispering about old
maid who ban Junt arrived): "May
be she won't stay long slip didn't
bring a trunk "
Hobby; "Awlooklt tho baby
ho didn't bring anything either
nnd he's hero yet."
Not Mil jt our successful
ire to be found In ureal cities.
tcli Is Harold
W. Cochran, who.
nt the axe of thirty-five In the b
L'ftat man an
flitr llttlu post-village of Clarion,
fa. Hu owna tho corner jcroeeiy
Aa a boy, Cochran was extremely
pogr. His family lived on a small
farm on tho outskirts of Clarion
llln start an a trader came whon
nn a boy ho broke a button otf hi
trousers. Hu picked the button
up, put it In his mouth nnd dls-eovcH-d
hu rnuld whistle through it
That day ho ' traded the butto'n
to n playmate for nonp coupons
' I tlw " f ' r r
Wot Tail Jm.
avtfTp ly VMKT I-SAJOJLKYjftV WSB&m aU
l.nifc, ami then traded tho knife
for a cheap watch, The town
grocer gave him n Job as errand
boy nt ono dollar a wek. Hecauae
of bin pleasant smile, suave man
ner nnd infectious good noturt, tho
townsfolk grew to know him and
to give him individual orders for
groceries when ho came to thoir
homes. When fivo yearn later ho
opened a little "holc-in-the-wall"
grocery of his own, two-thirds, of
tit lownfolk enmu to him to trade.
Cochran's success camo through
clever advertising. One day his
ntoru received unexpectedly ten
crates of very rlpo strawberries.
He kti'w thoy vnhln'l keen until
tomorn, nleaded with tliem to buy
tho berrica and in an hour' time
bad sold out. Thin autrtceatad to
him the idea of appealing person
ally to hla custoniers ami ho
stnrtad a letter cainpnltfti. Ami
tlio goodn he sold wore nlwa- vct
tcr than his description of i
Today he in tho only grt.-iT in
the town and tho richest man. .'
largo is his business that he aw
ploys scores of clerks. Ilk homo ki
a pnlncc and he In ofton in.iktiu oC
an tbi "wizard grocer of l'rnayl
And the Band Pl.iys Annie Laurie
Now wo have a resolution in the United Stales Senate
nskinu for an invcsUjcution to liv. rcHponslbility for the world
war. If wo only got another sel of Senators lo settle
onco ami for all time the illsj uted age of Ann, we will be
all sot, and the rest of the Se-mto may be able to devote a
little lime to the nation's btUL.iess.
For example, we miKhl eo.nider legislation that would
make impossible the raking in of great fortunes overnight
as a result o stock manipulntim coming, as it always does,
on the heels of "Washington disclosures." Tom torn beat
ing, sweet music to tho financial bandit, has started the ball
of ruin rolling periodically for years. Since the oil drums
havo begun to bent great fortunes have been made and lost.
Perhaps we might find out who is getting tho monoy RIGHT
Not more than a week ago a stock drive was made that
stopped only on tho vorgo of panic. The insiders cleaned
up. The next day they cleaned up again. They pushed the
market up when the little fellows with five to a hundred
thousand dollars had every reason to expect it to continuo
to go down. It is safe to say the market will now bo rigged
day by day for months to come. In the midst of ruined
homes and the crash of hopes of the unfortunato men and
women lured by the glamour of speculation into the Wall
Stroet maelstrom, an investigation nto tho world war would
surely prove encouraging. Onco ot a Senato Committeo
decide that question and every ruined man and woman in
tho country would bo happy. Away with such balderdash,
you Senators. Got down to work.
Now York City has a dead line. No known crook may
travol below that line. Tho blackjack man may not invade
iho restricted zono until ho has learned a more skilful
method of proccduro. Perhaps wo might reverse gears and
forbid tho Black Horso Calvary leaving Wall Street and pre
vent them invading tho rest of .ho city and the rest of tho
country. The great hauls como from rigging tho market
on inside information. Tho gamo is all played, however,
boforo the public gots any cards. When tho outsiders begin
to operate tho band is playing "Home, Sweet Home" and thu
little fellows nro loft applauding on tho sidowalks. Oil sen
sations past, present, and to como, will provido enough
excuse for a thousand financial raids in tho next few months.
Of course, this might bo scotched, but thq need of tho
hour i'b to find out who started tho world war, Let us havo
the truth at all hazards. Th6n, and not till then, can vo
start on the Boxer uprising and tho American Revolution.
There ban alwaya boon great rigidity In laws dealing with lUogltl.
limey. Tho Illegitimate child cannot Inherit. Wouldu't It bo hot or to
coninel both father and mother to leave all their money to tho IllegUt
niato child? This would protect tho Innocent and mako prospective
wionu'doors third; twice.
Football oft" has been compared :o war. Thin In a serious matter.
We should havo a Hc-nato Commltleo to find out who Invented football.
What In the mntter? There ban not been In night for move tltnu ii
mouth a alnalo Btarvluu' ut!gu for ua to suvo. This will novcr do.
Zm. Jtv h
I Vaall U
I don't mind iiuvln' assistance
when theie'n dillkult jobn to do,
Me and my neighbors ex
'hangeb chores which multiplied
powc, by two, . . . Good gtner
alship will 'louble 'cams when
tho nweat commences to roll
but a l'cllcr'a religious conclu
sions must sprint; from hla in
And, I never pinu fcr advisers
In questions of politics. . . ,
I never indulge in compounds
that's explosive as soon as they
mix. . . . For I can detect an
impostor the minnit I hear him
bray so I do my political
thlnkln' in my own, Individual
There's virtue a-plenty in
team-work, when emergencies
may require, but there's
mighty little of "team-work" in
follerin' a party liar. . . , It's
safer to base yer Jcdgemcnt on
what the evidence shows, and
to never let no political crook
put his Iron ring In yer nosel
fjSjJfo SiM ' Ana
SOME FYJLKS ARE
OECAUCV! THU WoaSV
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