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MOMMY, AUGUST S3, HKO
DUBLIN, July 31, (Ily Mall). In
tensity of public sentiment In Ire
laad against British rule Is evidenced
by the actions of the recently elected
Sinn Fein local councils. Westmeath
county council has decided that all
the courthouses In the county shall
be closed nnd the government offi
cials resident In them evicted.
Tho Irish Volunteers have been
ordered to see that no judges are
allowd to enter the buildings for the
purpose of holding any courts not
recognized by tho Dall Elreann, or
Republican parliament. Some coun
cils have passed resolutions to raise
contributions for the maintenance of
the Republican army.
At Claremorris. county Mayo, the
local council has adopted a resolution
appealing to all Irishmen of military
age to undergo a course of 'training
In the Republican army, and will not
give any position in the servlco of
the council to men who have not un
dergone such training. In other
, places tho local councils have decided
,to cut off the water supply from the
, police and military barracks. At En
nlscorthy, county Wexford, where
this was done, the authorities
promptly hit back .and the council
room was raided by police and sol
lien. , Meetings have Jast been held
threaghoat Ireland for the purpose
of selecting the judges who are to
preside over the 'Sinn Fein parish
courts. These courts have jurisdi
ction In all cases under 10 in value.
aad it Unintended that their judges
shall eventually be elected by the
votes of the people in whose districts
they operate. Pending the organiza
tion of electoral machinery for the
purpose they have been selected by a
conference composed of the members
ef the Dall Elreann for the constlta
oacy, the members of the county
'council, one clergyman of each de
nomination from each parish, the
members of the urban and rural
councils, one representative of each
Sinn Fein rlub, one member of each
company of volunteer,' and one rep
resentative of each trades union
body. The judges so selected are to
act till December when 'there will be
regular election by ballot of the
At Limerick the police Invaded a
Sinn Fein court and seized the pa
pers, but scores of courts are held
very day and interference is not at
tempted because their time and place
of meeting are usually kept secret
except to the parties concerned. In
some places, now ever, courts are
held as openly as the kings' courts
Fred Fulton Is reported on the
road to recovery from the battering
he received at the hands of Harry
Wills, but It will probably be another
Booth or two before he will be In
condition to resume work In the ring.
A classified Ad will sell It.'
Tfc Qrwcar Ban Eaenga
to fill Ike BUI
NEED OF HOMES
NEW YORK. Aug. si Now York
city faces a housing situation thls
fall no less acute than that which
Inst spring caused nn army nt ten
ants to march on Albuny demanding
new rent laws.
Last spring tho immediate problem
which faced legislators was passage
of measures which would protect
tenants, in n' city where etery apart
ment was at n premium, from grasp
ing landlords. Next fall tho problem
which Is expected to engage attention)
of stato law makers is the encourage
ment of apartment house building.
The housing shortage this summer
tins been tho causu for sundry hear
ings by stato and municipal bodies
At each was heard the cry "wo must
have moro apartments " Hut so far
thcro Is llttlo project thot this de
mand will be met.
Experts havo given It
opinion that next fall. Instead of hnv
Ing more flnts. New York's meager
supply will be depleted by several
hundred. Tho reason, they snld, was
that demand for offlco space, espe
cially on Manhattan, had caused
many property owners to raze, old
apartments for construction of com
mercial establishments which they
could rent nt higher prices. Somo
experts asserted that ront laws passed
last spring, designed to check tho
meteoric rise of rents, had tended to
check building of apartment houses.
Tho building trend was well illus
trated last month when plans for
new structures filed In Manhattan
showed to what little extent property
owners were going toward filling tho
need for 160.0G0 additional apart
ments. Construction of only ono
apartment house and a single dwell
ing were filled, whereas five theat
ers, IIS garages and three loft struc
tures are contemplated.
Normal construction In this city,
according to Tenement House Com
missioner Mann. Is 38,000 apart
ments a year.'fn addition to two fam
ily houses and hotel apartments.
Four thousand a year has been the
average, however, for tho last four
years. , ,
Various plana have been suggested
for encouragement of home-bulldtng.
Including co-operative ventures and
use of the city's sinking fund for
loans on bonds Or mortgages. The
latter plan has been advocated by
Mayor Hylan, who Is seeking to
establish the legality of .such action.
St. Joseph, champions of the West
ern league last season and with good
prospects of repeating this year, has
been drawing lqss attendance at
home than any of tho other eight
clubs of the circuit.
Frank Brower, leading batsman of
the International league, who has
bees sold by the Reading club to the
Washington Senators, has had two
previous trials In'the big yard. Four
or five years ago, when fresh from
college, Brower was tried out by the
St.. Louis Cardinals. Later he was
with the Phillies, but was again
turned back. He has not shown very
brilliantly In the field, but he's cer
tainly, a "bear cat" with the stick.
.NOTICE TO H1IKKPME.V
Have two thousand fine wooled
yearling ewes for sale. These are
are all well bred ItamboullleU. Al
so In the market for one to two
thousand old ewes. Address J. Sla
ter, Klamath Falls. Phone 380.
Queen Helena of Italy, who is con
siderably taller than King Victor
Emmanuel, Is said to have knelt all
tbrohgh the marriage service In or
der that her husband's diminutive
stature should not,, be noticeable In
the photographs taken of the event.
A classified Ad will sell it
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PLAYED FEW "SAFETY SHOTS"
Mn Who Have Wen Success In Life's
Game Satisfied With Noth-
Ing but Victory.
Walter lngcn, tho golfer, ):
"Never Iny for a safety, but always
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- ,, ,IMe fmmi, mt ,m)1, ,0 ..,rr
for Hie cup," remarks "Olrnrd" In the
Snfet) shot ntv often careless shot
In huslnett ns In plny.
Rockefeller plaed six bole out In
the oil world mid ho made a par and
M orpin hammered the batl straight
for the ting nnd It Hew nbove etery
hunker mid smul pit In the flnnnclnl
Col. "Tom" Scott had no safety
shot In hN bug when dreaming out
the I'cntitjltnnln road tjstem, nor did
Kniliklln It. tlowon when he made his
mutter stroke- In bulng the Reading's
Theodore N. Vnll. the telephone
giant, ueter minced lilt game nor n
titled to n half shot to snte his face,
lie went out with tho long stroke nnd
enmo home to the llnnl shot with aH
. ' riw-.ii.t ,'nfll til IiIm rrvtllt.
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I HO IHKiHM"- nnifi'. I'ltij " "
the game, not to win a compromise or
tie the other team.
The great merchant nnllt his (lag to
the mnt. is "ilniiin tho torpedoes,"
nnd thoots straight nt hit target.
So In huslnett nt on the links the
adage should be: "Hold ,our head
still and play for the cup."
PICK EMPLOYEES WITH CARE
Modern Business Men No Longer Rely
on the "Hltor.MIss" Mtthod of
There wnt ft time when picking em
ployees was n hlt-nnd mist Job, n trial
and error mntter which few emptojera
pelleted could bo corrected. This It
the day of doing things right nnd the
modern emplojer Is uow selecting his
nsociatcs. from the office boy to the
man highest up. with as much con ns
ho would launch on nn entirely new
bntlness t enture. Villain Martin
Jackson, director of the Personnel De
telopinint sertlee, wrltet:
"If euiplojees lire carefully selected,
with nn eje to their real adaptability
and Alness for the work to be done, It
goet without question that they nre
nurh moro likely to take nn Interest
in their work, and hence, the business
Itself. If they are Interested, they will
get along well with their Mlows and
co-operato with thelrjuperlors. All of
which meons that they will grow, and
there Is no satisfaction for the cm
plojce grenter than thnt which uccom
pnnlet the knowledge that he Is get
ting somewhere. Patting him on tl.s
bnck mny make him feel good, nnd
paying him n good salary may mnke
him. work harder, lint siting him a
new Job nnd bigger Job will nlon
mnke him supremely hnppy. will alone
mnke him work with complete aban
don, with thorough-going entliuslotm."
No Doubt Who Was Boss.
Sometimes It Is eny to see. even
before n couple Is married. Just which
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one is going to ne mv " -
household. Recently n big. rohur
womnn stepped Into the odlre of Reg
Istcr of Deeds Adler Johntnn. "IK
this where I get n licenser she nskef,
"What kind of n licenser asked
"A marriage llcene," said the wom
an. "No, we don't hnndle them." said
Adler. "po to the first door down th
hall on your right."
-I knew nt first that this wasn't
the place." snld the big womnn. with
nn air of disgust; "that's whnt 1 told
him." Thereupon she stepped Into
the hnll. nnd 'when the door opened
Adler could see a little man waiting
Ir ttns evident that the woman had
usurped command and wnt going to
take charge or the marriage license
business, not to mention, of course,
the honeymoon and nil the rest of th
alliance. Fort Hcott (Kun.) Tribune.
Joo Lynch, the hard-hitting New
Yorker, Is going to fight Pete Her
man, bantamwelgnt champion, again.
The two have been matched for an
eight-round go to take place at St.
Louis on Labor day.
The Pacific International leaguo
has expressed Itself officially In
favnr of th rAstnratlnrf tit ttm aM
'drafting agreement with tho major..!
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AMh..iCAN UTILITORS MAY REVOLUTIONIZE I
EUROrEAN AGRICULTURAL METHODS
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' Holland It looking for American
farm machinery. In view of this
fact tho United States Department
of Agriculture may mako a special
test of the four-horsepower utllltor,
a one piow tractor with wmen ror
elgn countries jecm to be Im
pressed, in view of its adaptability
to small farms.
One of tho first high European
, officials to como to this country in
quest of tho most up-to-date farm
machinery is Dr. J). II. Andrcac,
commercial attache of the Nether
lands. He is here to learn how his
country may benefit from American
, farm methods, of which, he says,
.devastated Europe must Uko nd
vantage if it Is to feed its people.
Australian Rabbits Selling Fast.
Rnlbltn hate Immii doing great dam
age In the grazing dlMrlrtt of
Australia, and Mreiiuotit efforts to
eradicate them hns reulled In the kill
ing of n tiittntiriber of Hico nnl
mnlt. SomoUO.noo tmdlet nro now
In cold storage annltllig shipment to
England. The einbnrgo on the expnr'
of mliMt k!nt'wns reunited In Df-
Seemlier InM, nnd the boom In rabbit
skin prlret hut produced remarkable
ro!ili'tlt!otl III tlniuliterltu the p"'
The ruling nterflge prlie paiil to trap
pert for h'iIum Ih now JI.KJ er imund.
nnd the ilemnud for skins hv the
L'nlted Stale nnd Kuropenn markets
is so great thnt It ennnnt be call'tletl
nnd It It IoukIiI 'lint prlret will ce
still higher. ExiM-'isnceil impiier nre
making up to f07
per wielt for the
Wanted a Quantity.
Helen's mother mtui- from n largo
family nnd Helen lined to visit her
grandma's house, as. there were nl
ways so many oimg uncles and mmtr
to pin) tvlih. One day. nfler return
Ing from one of her tlslts, Helen wns
taken to the bedroom and was shown
a tiny new baby sister. Helen did not
seem to he at nil enthusiastic, and her
father, surprised at her luik of inter,
"Well, whnt do you think of your
new baby slslerl"
Helen replied: "Hint Only one!
Why didn't ou get a real many, lik
The House Famine.
Morris lllllqult was discussing In
Albany the heinous profiteering on
rents which so many New Tork land
lords hrite been practicing.
"And de-pllo this profiteering." ho
said, "houses unci apartments nre In
greater demand thnn ever. WelMo
cated tenants hnte their bells rung two
or three times n dayAby total strangers
who nnxlotisly Inquire If by nny chance
they think of lent Ing soon.
"I heard of n chap who entered a
newspaper office recently and said to
the girl behind the ceunter:
"I want to advertise In jour paper
for n house 1'
"'Yes. How many Inscrttonsr snld
the girl briskly. 'We make a redur.
tlon for space taken by the jeur, ond
we hute also a tery reasonable three-
"Xrlll"" "'""" Pr0,"""y '""
Ilollandtho country of dikes nnd
wind-mills, Is still tmplojlng pic
turesque old ox trams to mill the
plow. The old fashioned wind-mill,
Dr. Andreae says, is 'vlng away
to steam mills. The next forward
step in Dutch agriculture Is expect
ed to be the Introduction of modern
methods of plowing.
American trnrmrs pull two,
three or four plows nnd nre too
large for economical operation on
any farm of lets thnn 1:10 acres,
which- makes tlum Impracticable
for European use. In the estima
tion of experts, tho one-plow utlll
tor, a Mlduett product, may bo the
American Intention which ill
rctolutionlzo European agricultural
POWER USE IN dredgers, stre.it railroads, mid Co- $
CAL. CURTAILED ""'nl '""i""'1'"'-
. A rnll has been sent to every idee
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug, 23 -An ,rlc Reiterating utility ronrorn and
ncuto shortngo of electric energ) In fesulo company in iho stiitn to send
northern nnd contra! California hut representative to a conference in
compelled State Power Adinlnlstrn-,,lm railway commission's office lo
tion H. O. Ilutler to order u IT. per lar- Follow Ing tho long extended
rent curtailment In tho reselling of drought the situation is so acute
electric energy by power compin- ",nt restrictions hate been extend
les, and an luimedlato submission of ''' '" mining companies, cement
power curtailment plans by gold """I Knld dredgers
POINTS IN COOLIDGE ACCEPTANCE SPEECH
The position ef Ooveraor Coolldge oa publlo Issues are
clearly defined la these brief passages from his speech of accept
aaoa at Northampton. July 17:
It is the flrst duty of the publlo and press to expose false
doctrines aad answer seditious arguments.
American Institutions can stand discussion and criticism,
sly U thorn who know boar for them tho tsstlssony of the truth.
Tho chief task that Ilea before ns la to repossess the people
of their government and their property. Wo want to return to a
thoroughly peaeo basis because that U the fsadasMtal Asaer-
Unless tho goveraawat aad property of the aattaa are la tho
hands of tho people, aaa thoro to stay aa their permanent abldlag
yM. seU-g overameat eaas aad the beta ef Aawrtea goes down
la ralaa. t
The oseerraaee ef the law la the greatest solvent ef public
Ills. Men speak of natural rights, but I challenge any ono to
how where la aatare aay rights ever existed or were recognised
until there was established for their deeUratloa aad proteottea
e duly promulgated body of correspoadlag laws.
The most obvious place to begla retreaehmeat le by ellm
laatlag the extravagance of tho goverameat ItselL
All aatborlty mast be exercised by those to whom It Is cob
atltuUoaally eatrnsted, without dictation, aad with respoaslblllty
only to those who have bestowed It, the people.
The eeoaomle'BtreBgth of a country rests oa the farm. la
aaatrial aeUritx'to goeoaaoBt apoa It.
la all thugs a return to a
e of 1114. That oar (s gone.
reseat, higher, nobler, beeaese of the sacrifices made aad tho
duties aMimoc. It la net a retreat, K la a new summons to
The nation which forgtU lie dsfeaders wUI he Itself for
fftttea. .aal saffrage for which 1 hare always voted, la eemlag.
It Is not a party question although nearly slx-esveaths of the
ratlfylajt teaislatarse hare been Heaablleaa. Tho party stands
pledged to nee Its endeavor to
The foreign ratattoaa ef ear eottatry eight not to be parti
san, bat American.
methods. Dr. Andreae Is seeking
Information on this Invention, 'pre
paratory to forwarding it to his
'We have nothing like It In Hol
land," he said, following a visit to
one of the factories, "and as soon
as I get together all inform l( n
concerning this wonderful pio n.ct
of American ingrnulty, I sbill 'nt
ward It to my gotcrrment In Hol
land." It Is understood thnt the rr.
lories making utllltor have re
rcltrd intimations which hum
caused them to make nretmratlnn
on a large scale fur supplying for
peace basis does aot mean the
It mesas a peaee basis ef the
hasten ratlacatloa, which I trust
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