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Emporia Weekly Gazette, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1927, Emporia, Kansas THE HURHDAY MAY II GAZETTE TWENTY YEARS AGO Fltoi ot Emperla A COMING ISSUE The other day the court of the United Statei decided that the Virginia iterllltation law WM a good law In 1925 lawi providing for the sterilization of Imbeciles and certain criminal to tha home which he bought were in Oregon Idaho j Utah and Minnesota California hag a similar law and the Virginia statute goes further than most statutes but It goes carefully upon legal grounds The law pro machinery for public hear ing for the reduction of all evi dence to writing for an appeal to the county circuit court and final ly appeal to the highest court of the state These safeguards ac cording to the decision of the United States supreme court make the law ralid Here is a tendency in legislation which may be well to watch E M is building in addition to tha H recently Senator George Tucker went homt to Eureka Saturday and Mrs Tucker returned home today after a visit with Mr Mri W W Fln ner Mn Cyrua and son and Miss Nell Newman went to Kan City today to tea Mauda Adam In Peter From Kansm City they will to to Bt Joseph ElUabeth Spragne remained for a vialt Miss Dollle Brookover Sunday at her home In Eureka Miss Brook over will leave Friday with Miss Lil lian Dudley for New York from which place they will aall May 2t for Ger many The Current clubi pure food given In honor of the Joyful close of the aeventh years success ful work was held last nljht in the Christian church On the front page of the menus wag the announcement that every course In the menu had been Inspected and approved by tho Emporia pure food commission com posed 01 Col H C Whltley as pres iden O M Wilhlte secretary nnd Birdie Council general traffic man ager At the Lutheran church Sunday morning Lena and Otto Ellenberger Lulu AnJerson Dorothy Bang and Oscar will be confirmed by the pastor Aiva Smith left for Chicago thw j sides even to that proposition afternoon where he will buy cry with which to mine gravel in his im pit at Humphreys ford htui the 0lly roiierbearine bujt Mrs P B Plumb Schuylerjgy ln town Brewster of Los Angeles Miss Sidney Arscott of Denver Mary Plumb and Miss Caroline Plumb I passed through town this afternoon went to Kansas City today to see with President Parker of the Colo Maude Adams in Peter rido Southern m Mr private 1ete Newton thought he had made car Mr Arssott Is private secretary the prize catch of the season when lo Mr Parker and will return here he landed a 45 pound catfish yesteri Sunday for a visit with Mrs Arscott re mei CLrl who who la the guest of her father and JUSTICE It has taten seven years hang the two poor devils and Vanze they are hanged at all It will ttiite three or four to get Harry Sinclair to jail it he goes at all The laws delay1 is as old as civilization Maybe it Is not so bad after all There are two caught a 5j pound cat some time ago Fremont Miller took a party of men to Brownsville Texas today to look land In the party were S P man W C Harris and B F Phillips XHUIUJLiAT The fruit crop is almost a vanished mother Mr and Mrs Charles Smith New potatoes are selling at 50 cents a peck strawberries at 15 cents fresh pineapples at iO or 25 cents radishes agus at 10 cents tt bunch cucumbers at S to s cents beans and peas at 10 cents a quart ana Florida at IS cents pound Miss Golden Stanley of Dea Molnes NOT SUCH A VOOLl Sis years ato fttrhalred blueeyed Swedish youth played his motorcycle THE VOICE Of The churches are lining up W the Ida of peace Dont found time from high school studies and farm jobs to get crazy about gut en gines He saw an airplane and Immediately decided would be come a flier He was young Charlie Slim Lindbergh hailed throughout the civilized world to day as Lucky and The But he was not such a fool From the time a year ago when the red god of adventure tugged at his heart and he soupht back ing for a New York to Paris flight he knew he would make it All the days of planning only served to fix more permanently in his mind his ultimate success He had watched every step in the building of his plane he knew It would go through He had drilled himself in remaining awake for long intervals he knew he could do H Six darg ago he came jut of the west scarcely known io the public a lone birdman whose avowed Intention to con quer the air and sea brought only tolerant smiles from veterans of i the flying world After his an unique position a Country newspaper insofar it effects advertising that to The irom outilde our own territory We over net paid subscribers which U not a large Hit al newspaper go But our now we are running more than that has some dUtinction In the first Place we are in the heart of Kan sas in the midst of a territory where there Is a large per capita of wealth more equitably distributed than wealth Is distributed la any other portion of the United States Every sub scriber to The Gazette is a potential buyer for the luxuries which only the rich can afford In the highly congested Industrial centers ot the east Every sub scriber to The Gazette is not only a potential buyer but he is an intelligent buyer Our sub scribers not only have plenty of money but they arcs well educated and better than well educated they are well informed We go into a rich cattle country a coun try rich in general agriculture and we circulate in a rich oil pool And In the town ot Emporia are two colleges and a division point and general shops of the Simla Fe railroad where the highest paid wajcearners in the world spend their money We have abolished poverty here in central Kansas beyond the dream of Utoplasts In addition to all of that The Gazette itself as we try to run it appeals outside of our im mediate township to those keener brighter minds in this part of Kansas who In the nature of things are economically prosper ous and unusually Intelligent and openminded They are persons teeing any apples or peaches on the Lloyd Stanley trainmaster of the Baa alone with his beloved plane fac Here from SO Of the 105 counties t0 whom advertising in09t trees recently ing all the dangers of the ele every year come high here that President if Congregatlontlist a mamMf to good standing of the Washington D C congregation He ii Influ enced by his Judgment The flthtr day ot last month at Washington the state confwtttce of the Congregational clurifc tackled Into the international problem and wrote these ilgBtB cant words la a growing conviction tliit the preMnt International In part created by the Inveitmtot of American money in foreign and the policy of protection by bonts and We believe time hai come when those who wtoh to carry on business in other laiMto should be willing to take their under the laws of those lands and that the presence of gunboats and marines calls forth a auspicious unfriendly spirit among the where sent nnd that we deplore the unequal trestles with China nnd M Meve that fair ones should be Immrt latejy negotiated nnd that the ent Immigration lawn with Japan and Chins are unchristian Other churches are as forwirf looking as the Congregational The voice of peace Is 11J111K HID IT t t il wl n derful flight from San Diego to ln hls Mew York with only one folks began to sit up and take notice And then without beating of the last six weeks our political leaders have begun to hear froto the grass roots Events In Slexlco and China GAZKTTB ADVRHTUMM The advertlalac patronage of The ii rather unujual for a paper printed in a town of TWISTING THE LIVE W1HE8 The other day an auto fleet of Live Wires whisked into Empo ria to spread the gospel of Eu reka Springs among the citizens Thf nthAr niuuug iua citizens town urging those who Jrums and while other filers indicate that those who would use looked on doubtfully Slims j force as tlie only language which sluggish gray monoplane lurched tho backward nations can under Uirough the early morning wist Btand are losing their influence in 0 a hazardous takeoff The Spirit of Louis nosed out to sea What a youthful magnifi cent daring gesture it was The irst rays of the sun touched the wings of tho plane as It disap the United States OMITTING HAMLET Elmer Peterson of The Wichita Beacon has written an article in peared in fie north Perhaps this McNaughts Monthly about Kan was an omen of good luc1 Charlie sas as a musical prodigy and that Lindbergh vas off ou his lone wUhout came he was seen putting out the largest con across the north Atlantic A test in music held In Kansas or irun crup IB inmost a vamsnca nio nuim Annuiii hope No one has said anything about Iowa ls the suest ot her brother youth with a vision and an ideal n any American state bar none and gifls to sing and hitter Jtter solos in quartets choruses glee and to play on violins In strongly and directly appeals We cover the leadership of this part of the world The advertiser who gets to the leaders makes thcso tho auspices of thc Red Men n Hum where they arc Holding a dual meei boldt part tonight I with Baker university team this aft COJ catnowith the Mr and Mrs John Swearengln en crnoon Alex Culbertson Clifford Alt Lindbergh kept to his task n tcrlalncd the people of the Rora mun Chiirlw Dingee Ed Braden Ray Climbinp vith roaring molor to m luartels ana In orclies community leaders of bauKli store Wednesday night Flinch Braden Guy Marple Will Culbertion feet then dropping almost traS from 20 to SO pieces I his own wares trcmen and high five were played Mr and Wayne Snoddy Howard Curl Frank to the surface of tne 3ea he towns have small imitations dously Important Advertisers all kby eThe The Vteanf ewheo to escape the dreaded this contest But no other over America see this Hence our Th gueeL Mew and storm of sleet He kept tOW holds a contest ln Benerou patronage Hence Tlio dames B D Whltohead Victor Pax David Doyle of thc College went to and fought off a thought to turn Ihe class with Emporia ton Charles Kocher Alesdames Harr Halsted this afternoon to preach there hack so with the sun came In addition to all that the Bwenrengin Gregory Harry Brlckley tomorrow Bmltli Elizabeth Downs Misses Mam ie Kerwln Anna Davis Letltiu Baracktnan Frances Powers Bertha 13avls Mao Jones Emma Rickcr UUMJAl Joe Samuel and mother will sail easier flying and soon a glimpse town supports n municipal band of the coast of Ireland h flow over the channel and first saw France Then he Jn Emporla tho most between the Missouri river Denver and onc Kunlco Snyre Messrs Rosa Moon Weltlo Glkhrlnt Harry Doyle Work Crow Sidney McCnnnell will vlsl during t Edwards IG summer will leave light guided him until th i flares mnsse to hear the vesper concert its piece Thursday to Join In New York fom LeBourget flying field near and will spend the summer truvcltnif Pans told him he had made it ae with the orRiin resistance as On top of T W MIH mt wlil SPPnq Slimmer trllVClmif S seniors Thursday night ttt their home the and Dolly Brook on HlKhlHnd Place Mr Hill thc school will leave were awlsted In receiving by Vice for New Torkr from wlilcb tufMdfiit MrJ H GJoifclter the wu sa noxt for Brook crowds whlchcame nearer to un erated in Emporia we nerving him than the peril of the a chorus that has bsen GJoifclter Place they wiU sail next week Bright of the senior clnss Earl Lord arrived today from Burtalncd the U and llngnme and wni begin work tomor company of fr inn In tlin ITtMlinrla Vi Intinl Knnlr IBt bUtUruny Ing Mr and j D Baslln entcr c U and 1 Curd club and a ot frlemls at 7 oclock dinner ling ing Elijah1 for J 0 years Well wards of a world of lierovorshlp pers All 01 which may make him iave our feed him to thc Lord is a former College student Mr ttnd Clnrence Homes went club tl Mecirs fall The mem Lait nighta salle of paving on the Hnrris C Do principal street of this town was Stone J dercd in with a petition favoring It D fa signed by TO per cent ot thu property holders Mesdar Pearl Brnnn nnd Mlsg Minnie v Hulen have returned from Sallna Swnlioi Mr nnd Mrs Otis Jillson have moved to 825 Rural street To mention musical Kansns find omit Emporia is to make an omelet without Hamlet the fact his ideal to achieve something in his chosen Kirkwood i fed must makehim much ey D c i happier Where the red jods of j Dumm J adventure lured him his youth TUP Mrs D B steward Thcfhrilled in the pursuit And as guests were and he growg n years he 8tlll M Brinnd prumler of France George Tucker of Eurekn remain R youth heart In a speech recently iskud Purlto seeking ever the new tdventure Amerlca lo Franco In a hell know he can make it mutual treaty which would uut Gazette is able to serve Emporia a paper hotter than many towns have ten times Emporia size NUTS AND SOCIETY Of course It was a hut who blew up that Michigan Bcltool house killed wife and also himself and 43 children Thou sands of such lamebrained excit able nuts are running at large voting transacting business mar rying and having children In aro ailing to go down into tho Ozarks and partako of tho waters that heal and restore the vigor of youth These boosters painted Eu reka Springs as the Spa of Amer ica and actually made the En rians thirst tor tho ellxer tuut bubbles through the springs Eureka Springs is a wonder ful place and Its waters aro great for what ails you but dont go to Eureka Springs in Octobtjr The most beautiful month of the year In Kansas is October and inspired by tho turning leaves he cool breeze and tho bracing touch of winter in the air the tourists thoughts turn to the Ozarks which should be even more beau tiful in October than they are iu the verdant days of summer The trip to Eureka Springs is In October the Between Em a beautiful ride fall rains set In thick nnd deep and tho playful engineers of Coffey county gratlo thu road so high that it sheds the water Into the ditches so when the road is slick it sheds tho autos foo and they stay there un til extricated Three or four skidg into nnd Bnrllng ton then a long delightful trip through the famous Neoslio vnl iey ooze with stops at the islands ot Vales Center and Neosho Falls Finally the pavement of Allen county Is readied and the mo torist sails on to PiltHoiirir where he finds a hotel that was old in the gay nineties The next morning a short run to lopiln then over gravel roads into the Heart of the Ozarlcs Branson the famous Ozark watering place is a Live BurR in October Tho tourists are pone Lhe steamer runs up and down ho lake with empty decks and the hotel servos meals to a bunch of workmen meals that seem to taste good to tho workmen but remind the October travelers of tiie din ners they nte one hot summer in i little western Kansas cafe when tho proprietor was sick and a jrakermu cooked the food A nhort Htop nt Brnnson then over tlio liillB to Arkansas n iieautifnl ride throuili the land of th0 Hill Billies Trees on every ilde scrub oaks mostly so Bcruh ly that they wouldnt make short englhs for flooring Down aovoss the famous While river that isnt larger thun the Cottonwnod and up a IOIIK windinghill to the top Then down tin IticlliU so Bleep that It is necessary to run In low jamming brakes all tho around n curvu and Eureka Sprinpa Theres no other town In the world like Eiiruku Spring It ruin hills one of tho vil lages of Franco but no sauu Frmichmun would Iniilcl in a place llko that Of course tho one of ibew many thousands of jiinko thu town uid Uu town waa tmlit iiniuua Mrs Howard Dunlcp has gone to ne5j Lawrence a dnys visit and will then go to Kansas City to spend a day sco Maude Adams In Pet er FKIDAX McPhee W W Flnney H Dunlnp Not such D H Stone Charles Ryan J F Kent bergh Bordenklrcher Carl Bull F Stowe John Hotfer J M McCown George McCarter Lloyd Stnnley Mesdames Charles Klrkwnorl John Andnraon Mis Bcifs Cannon of Clyde Karl Fischer fool Is LInd law war forever between France and the United States of America This challenge to our good fnith IACK SAVINO ln matter of jienco tins met One week last month speaking with instant response across the Former Secretary of ISvans HuRlics hulls at a mating of tho members of Sprln Chickens rhapcroned The United Press association the by Earl Allen picnicked nt Flat Rocks president Wednesday evening Misses Pearl thp nil nation On top of a three months trip to YVaymnn Dorothy Chiittcrton Durrell satement auoilt tha situation New York Dr Oliver Corbctt cnme Hull June Taylor Vcra McGnhey Mexico He reaffirmed his prefer out yeateiday with a bran new rubber Messrs Glen Allen Howard Priest enCo for a continuance of neBOtla buKgy Curt Allen Frank Foncannon Fred tfon rather than the submission of Mr and Mrs F C Newman went to Rctschlag tha dispute to Anri made an important UllB ag ttn opportunity tor the in Coolld8e administration to nuet Prance and show HIP world that show the world Ilia rtany peace 1111 ffeuds Nicholas Murray r president ot Columbia tml lolnprl Ihn irrliim expression to a rather as tlie aclalm Yis a competent nrurclORlst probably could find 5C or 100 potential murderers within the ciiRO Mound arc In Emporia today In as to the likelihood of an agreeI WnV should we Ing a moment j the their automobile fpw lavs in Our acceptance of the French1 be for the most part Strong CHy opera house hin rented Wllbcr Cunninsham preached at menl A lew sueestlon II Ordinary twolegged He will ntnr qnnrpmft rnnrt n WuS I1OL Topekn ypstorday afternoon to attend Edgar has returned from a tin bankers convention They will go visit of several days In Lawrence i e Slvo expresson o a ra to Kansas City today lo ECO Maude i Mr nnd Mrc Squire Hrown of Chi dramatic an4 Ihrllllng optimism or B1 uls cnallengc Adams In C W Harden manager of nuts It nil poor wobbling bend tver Is strained In Ihe WKJthe Michigan mans head was slralned It capaWe of engineer Ing Just such a disaster Vnt the vast majority of thini will go Uirough life placidly dlo In bd and be burled with due cerunnny Hi some decent Maplcwood IM caufie llielr poor rattletrap heads hflvo never been subjected to Thc average murderer Is not a clever licnrtlesfi ftsml who from birth lias sot himself aKiiinst society he is almost always n wretched fellow whose mind wobbles badly under any unusual itraln and If ever bo comes too great will and unexpectedly crack Is there any way of them the Franz building at 1S Commerclnl VirRll nnd Qulncy rlectrlc theater for one week His and will enter a theological seminary Ill the fall street for the purpose of running nn be graduated from the College in June handed down a decision in the diplomatic channel but Impending amparo The what H Why bo technical in decision practically declared that a matter which mny save thon some of the clauses of the land sands ot ivM nnd millions of and oil law to vhlch the American treasure The president of the government had most strenuously j United States might easily in a Briand show will consist of vaudeville spec ialties moving pictures and Illustrated MIPS Nettlo Manloy liisinictor In Hnnllsh In the high Kchool Is In Kan sas City to see Miiud Attorns In Pet IT nnd Lambert lCidon a Col leKo student has Miss Manleys elat es IUBHIIAY Tho boys of he Theta fraternity of the ColleKc gave a Inwu objectsd were unconstitutional rcpy y at last home ot Luther Thomas Since then all has been calm on our southern border The sucsts of the Betas A junior O A J3 was orpnnizcd yes Gladys RIggf Ethel tcrday Thn charter members are I Abraham Margaret Me1 becretaiy Kellogg has Paul Ciilbcrtaon FnIM Watkins War town Flora Hegc Margaret Todd happy ren Bailey Harold Macurdy nnd Or ss Isabel Glffln Vivian Heil mond Hlli The charter members ore lundFnc McCnrty Elsie Jones Mil all ofClcirs dred Hulse Mary McCown Grace been The oil men been serene telling him to bring on his Iroaty or to meet America half way where they too and the commit teeof theforeiji relations of the United States senate might work Tho Mexican government has out treaty A fire In one of tho show windows of Lostullcrs Rackt store about 10 Bcss Snwhlll Axllne Fay BatisOed and our Thc Betas president smiles a smile like a oclock this tnornlns attracted 1 Inrge Messrs Colbert Root Glen cat with crcnm on Its crow The fin wot pot out before M Dlnijcr nnocent and happy as a OpporlunHy waiting here Bna opportunity never skins llcr knuckles on a mans front men with whom you probably do business every day Utit It theirj wives should leave thm or should they meet with bad business re verses or should bad luck ludso them round too closely llioy nri the sort who would nin innck with gun hatchet or ux Nuts and fools conl Hie coun try twico the money In a year that crooks could steal in a century SPKIXf HITS THK CAIITOL In the marble hnlls of Topcka It much headway W Flnney went to this nfternoon to Inspect the Harold telephone plant for which he Is fig Payne Chlllieothc Clarence Hardcastle Luther Thomas Rankln Warren Bert Hese Scott Morris Harrison of chips Thus in diplomacy do events unwelcome door in vain without leaving n I lney are Investigating public package ot regret if she departs HUB on tnulliiR some Miosourl land i Parkman Earl Allen Robert Everett Mrs T Jensen and children returned Kl Peters Alfton McCarty Curt Al Olbpawn Waiter 1ledlund movo forward with meekness lOrftUrO lin HHLKUCSS last nlslil from after visiting for sevprnl days J M Steele has received handsome new Studebnker Kmporla now has 661 364 pi anoi 12 autos and 14 bicycles The plrls of thc Aftermath society of A AVEAItV WOKKKH The Reverend Jessie Davis A WHITISH WILSON J The Rev William Robinson Clcveleys in England Ins an nounced that he will build a memorial church in his town to go to Blackpool by the thou w such an Investlgallon concerns Itself first with facts which may be all too unpleasant and secondly with Oj j urcg To the dry matteroffact minds of the public service com mission figures have a falal lure and a lemptlng nroma In the balance of Kansas spring reigns supreme Turtlo cloves are cooing in the moonlight and In tho stillness tho calfisli entirely re built and sandy with plenty of circus hMte Is ready for the opening Satur ilay night SATUHDAT executive hoard of thc Lyon Henin hill Helen Hurley Vivian Hfillnml Mnry McCnwn Miibel Thomaj Isabel Crlffln Th Bailey Transfer company has y i iv Lim L I In ilniiiR thin I nm nnt insumlng 3 thc attitude or a who sees a sands The church will splinter in hrothera eye hut about Many y calls softly to her mate And rathir one fully of the luam In bin own eye Ji to me thnt mlsaed Hie spiritual way nf Ohrlst nnd that are nnt mnk costjWhy when the land rejoices and years an nmourons fragrance1111 tin ago a Lincoln tower was tilr should prosaic and built In Christ church West1 routine invristieatlon be heId be mlnster BrldKe Road Lincoln hind closed doors Do those msit hUl orloj effort to that i wng thc first of the Rreat world j leroffact statesmen of Iho public S tuia in inoviiiK vans r i i The ball tfnm has I Certainly nothinK Is the matter of in Rcfora the new four ntory Pofhler ne worlri wnrk hulldinR had been In use sx months nothing will Fair associatlnn todny leaped brn organized and E E OConnor with the spiritual way tho fltn which been used hy the has hccn plectnl tfmiiorary mnnaKir If it will not work a ot People ministers and Driving club from W untiinl of Topckn for Jake Schbpck canrht 18 it wns found necessary lo billd nn ils or cntflsh Monday night jdttlonul Work was started others think it means a thing bluck fascinator on Sntunlny on 1 Fhrnsworth of Chicago A youni Olilulioniii unncllt cap tured ntlar a holdup which had tittled In murder bravely rotuudd lo pqtioal on his nnd was Kcntoncod forlife Ho could luken u lighter lio Hlilck liy Ills Rang Now niotlipr s KtiinipliiK the state try iitfi to rBlenno on tlio Kronnds dial lio Hhoiilrt nol bo lieiiinw of his flnj loy alty to his friends Now a bandit Is ot course nn enemy to society If lie in a nutii of a KaiiK lie iiHsoclnlos liiin nclf v llh nn Kronp which Is nn eiiRiny of Hiicloty It IM riinalim loyn lo this Krotip when ihu Callows Htnri lilm In lie this proves that ho IH even morn dtiiiKunnin enemy In society than If ho wore wrnk nnd on his friends Snrlely may If It liked pirsonal ennraRO 11 sliould pot furRul Hint llils courasc niakis lilm an oven grnaler nicniuo than If he were cowardly On othor hntid tho bank wiilihiiiiin who was nhot up by Ilie hnndlls dkd because of lilH liiynlty to liocktj and Ills Irnat In HID Kuerllla warfare bfitweeil biindllry and society It iioicssiiry tlmt brave dlo on both sldon And llif bandit will not be nlnniped out until it Is inado unprofitable nnd In the IOIIK rin an ive for an eyo and a Mfo for u lifu will bi the bnst policy drcrt feet up tlie ftreut wllh a lioal Swell Hotel nn lop tin hill IIOXOIl IlONKKIl KIHTOIl Here nnd there an nnd Iiindn in Kmporln t the luir clustered iiroiiinl Iliism are cnniiKli KanitnrliiniH and doitnrn officea Imt In any jilme except Arkiinnas the Live Wires would liavo moved Uio springs Tliu town covers i val ley runs up the fides of two hills and prjrciioH on ihu crust of tho hlglicr Iniolj And tliey aro HOIIIQ Tlio main si reel in HO sleip Fords IIIIIFI slop suvurul Unas lor and most of Ihe earn llicro have no liiRh Renrs And lo malic mallera WOIKU tlio street IH KU ciookud hat If you coax yinir rur Into Illtur niedinlo you muni hltl lo low on thu iiirn And rluhl al thai fu m on 4 turn is Ihe to tho Dig Hotel Kvtiry lime a car tnnkuH I hi turn It iiiinrly dleH and In dyliu spits out deadly car bon gas right into tin fntO of tliu hotel An Ingenious mun prob ably not a Arkaiisnwur up nn eloctrli fan HO when lliu dyint cars hpil mil their gaH the fan blows it back at tlio drivers At loam lliiil is Hie explanation tlio porter elves when linked why Uic fan Is runnliiK onldoorH Tin Hiilel Is loeatiicl a sprliiK It Is luillt mi a hlllMdo so steep thsil thu KiieslH HID fourth can walk out the and climb on up tlio hill But In Ucloher only it few KleMtH aro tliere ami gather around a big Klove in Ihe lobby lo swaji yarns about their allinenlK Across Ihii Ktroet Is a cnfn whuro Hup Itutarliins imel whllo the of aro aoveral lnin UP Nothing in ho world is quite like May in Kansas when May struts her stuff and nothing In Kansas fa quite like Emporln In May Emporia In May is a Ray old girl all dressed up for a Rar den party Her flowered dress spreads from Sodena bridge to tho Country club Every year her dress is different and fuller of roseg and snowball and columbine and trailing wistaria than UIR year before And If somebody whispers that it isl just the old dress made over with s fringe of French pinks added to the Ekirt and a wreath of flaming popples tacked on the shoulder well say this for Bmporia Shes ft clover wlsa seamstress with more good taste than a French modiste Every plait In Emporlas 1927 frock from the Katy station to the College Is loaded xrith rosos of roses blossoming on doorstep bushes thousands of loses glowing on the vines that clamber over fences and arch gate ways and verandas roses the color of sunrises white roses piilo pink roses solid gold roses and rosea us red as Trotsky Bo side the roses Hare the peonies hugo shaggy waxen balls of red nnd white and pink rows and clumps of them Honeysuckle climbs fragrantly over porches gny beda of phlox ami velvet petunias and gaudy poppies ragged pinks nnd fluttering yel low columbinesplash lawns snowball and syrlnga bushes pile their white blossoms In the cor ners of hundreds of yards Hero nnd there nderratum Is adding blue notas to tho symphony and piile cool wistaria drifts against fences nnd over pergola walls And the lilies In fl tliou siuid combinations of blue and purple nnd gold and lilac and russet anC Iris rises through the warm masses of color with that note of vivid contrast which Mrs wom an that she knows Is essential to tho welldressed persons cos tume In May sweet girls are graduat ing and brides are blushing and birds ara tearing up tlio family broom lo build their And Empurin in tho mood of the hour puli on lier gurclcii party gown a luuullu ot HOWUM In her Miilr and with a rose nor teutli Ihe gny old tllrt jiins in tho dunco Take your car oul to nnd look her ovor SheH the prettiest tlrl In the country these days will bn IntereBted ID know Hint a bronzo ablet irlnf his memory an u pioneer nnd an the founder nnd editor of the rnTHFureT newspaper in Wilson SnrlnKs 1alter palter by Iho drops on the rough Carver lo put Hatlle Cn 4 In October tin and how it ran el sliamo Chapter of the Amerlraii Hcvn ineiit anil turrenls nf water rush down the ytrct and Hint thu JU curvn when Ihe lan fuihts us tire1 Mr pn Iviltlo auln The clouds jiiiin to drop into Knnlia dninp rain tliTt and then out own opo for a visit of sevornl Its sppond xpnson Snturdny night with worll gono to smash It Is Mrs Charles Ryan Mrs the Frank Rradlck Stock company In comforting to know that at least days Fnrnswcrth was formerly Miss Lucy The Gambler and thc Andy Hlnos has recently purchased arrived Saturday for a Ui a new of C F Hill ft Brother scvfrnl with her cousin Miss Kn ne U S Wolfe exclerk of the district Bertha Dunlap lead OttMH one preacher realizes that he before he tries to leaders to brand slavery for Its service commission think romance moral Iniquity Wilson thois dead In Kansas politic nnd first Rreat world leader to turn that she can only be found IUTOSK In moral revolt at the horror of the iino In othor states Dont war Slavery has almost loft the j us gentlemen thai In your I planet during the last two ccnprosaic study of flRiirns you have sulks only in tlin junple killed romance In Topokas of the far east In hie Open the rloorc and another two centuries men will I let springtime reign supreme consider war as barbarous as thny Spring Is here Let the dulcet now consider slavery The notes of tho adding machine memorial church and memorbring to the musty dusty corners ial tower will not call to Heaven or the statehouse the glnrt free This IH ilull tho hotol an aniiiinlo who Uiiilts IK thuuili sen iifxt lury sumtncr vvn ilioiiKiinils huri and the town Is ufivi ivitli loiir The nnxt innrnliiR tin riin fon A up il tho hotil and Its muffler In gas bntlio wllli fan Hows the roads out nf tin tin who came In tin iiitiit lnfon had planiuil to stay two J all tin Kays the driver ar hiloads is of a Iruinninr who soils and PIT flrul was publlHlicd at Giill Ii the MxtliH btil moved lo In 1S70 where It nvpr Kinie linn tuibllshod HH nun yiniiiK John OlliiKinr now la rilltor Tho llurloii man chaptur of Ihe A II vxs In never will named In honor of an season In of John S Cllmoro nr TIIK Hinry Judil Orny who was con with Mrs Ruth or II m issociatil in tlie munlrr ot r hnsbanl hns Indlcalvd thai c 1ke 10 luivo u furuwoll talk with tho widow before they go i In thi chiilr Our Idea of tlial mccilns Is slint it would be the i of the Inier j lf NUMBKR TIIK MA Ft INKS FKOM KANSAS From rim forilnnd It would tin difjfrult to com pute Uio nmount of spaco thar nas been used liy iicwspapjr and mag azine wrlttr not fo menUon those who write books in recent endeavors to rxnlaln foreign ers In China aro not held In es teem The reasons advanrmd arf numerous as tho sands of the seas Even tlioso who lived la China as well as foreigners who still live there and who may be supposed to possess more or lesa information upon thft subject have been considerably puzzled by tho plethora of explaining Jut no one need wonder about tlio matter any longer Upton Close member of the faculty ot the University of Washington leo and traveler whose recent stay In Chins made him acquaint ed with many thlnRs unseen by other observers except those with Red letuiings has given away the secret of why CSineso hearts con tain only bitterness for those whose skin Is white Kansas la to blame Tha schools of that state ir have been lax They have not made obligatory the study ot Oriental history And the cus loni of slapping Inundrymen in the face so prevalent In Kanaai has dono tho real Let us hear from Closer What docs a marinerecruited In Kansas know about the Or ient tho returned traveler ask ed In an Interview in The Tele gram thf other day To him every Chinese Is a luundrytnan and must bo slapped In the fiico every day to know Clone declared And then he proceeded to let Iho world know that the Chinese residents ot tho foreign settle ments in Shanghai tiro not only slapped daily but thai they aro kicked and Insulted in every sililu So now wo know the truth Because thn schools of KunsaK havu neglected to the youth ot that state lamlltar with the Orlnnt and because tha Chinese out rositnblo tho laundry nun back home tlio marines from Knustis liavo taken upon thnm selvcn tho burdensome task or dally ulnpping In tho face tlio several ot thousands wlio llvo in thefor eign Riutiun nt tho city on tho banks ut yellow Wlmngpoo Close ncKlicls to enlighten us as lo how tlii Kansas marines mnnaKi to KIM away from their drill and Riinrd and police dulles so that they will time to de volo their selfImposed task of sliipplni all who resembia IiutiidrymiMi nt JJut man UKU It they do uiul the result tlint the white man must clour out ot China lie doesnt say that slap ping In tlie face Is favorite outdoor Kport In Kansas we Infer Hint tl Is Otherwise why should marines who enlist In Lhu Sunflower state hi so Riven to It when thpy roach Shnngnl mar ines from other were not lauglit thn sport In their youth and pray thai they do not Isarn It from tlinlr buddies from Kansas If President Coolldso iliould order our naval command er nt SliatiKhai to sond homo all in a rln en recruited In Kansas It still not h too lain for tlio wlilto mun tn remain in Clilnn At any rale now Hint thn world known the ransn of ruckus out there urdiirs should he plvun to clone all mnrlne recruiting of fices In Kansas It Iho young of rommonwoslth con llnun to enlist In tho imirinn corps nfler ilis tprrlblo oxposuro by Upton Muse RDOdnpsrt only knows whivt dlplumnlln menls thin country may be od for Ves fur Koodneiu naltf lets Bt the Kansas marines out ot riilnii niul Bio tn It that they slay out tr CITIKS AM IMTIIN Tim iiiy if Kinpniin tho iihrr ilay iiiiirUit thm I lvnr J liTI Sfilt niil Itiiirbim runnty Ijinln ui IM or any inar nn ami havu n Oxl nf iiiniili liiar J nnl hi snM in ihu SLOU Til liuii a f Fort bonds df not ns Rpoil 1 lrire In ninrlnt ii Kniporia bonds because Fort Kiott Is not its Rood a tnwn ni 1Tnipurlii Eni are itld at n premium Krnpcirlii people vote In y Tliry voiu f0r mwa for its roinmlsjloners anil mayor un not ti caiiSK tu r hand shakers and Rood f1 Hows not have to wivs but iliry aro subsiantlnl luirdlvadeil men they ciijuliiot thi iftairs of thj rlly In u that ar at a low lrvl thnt dobts arc paid that our bonJa aru Inti11 Kmvn with low Kort wist yjio thp j tl H S 1 1 Into the valley beyond anil In vain pianissimo nf Iti lating Soon t i o It ui mails of gravil run with yd Tho tnurlit If nps to 1 t O Ml 111 II VV ls v iiv Kops after liiiii grips nro parkd nd Inadcd Into low water thn car Ii Is ralnliic iruk in Jnplln for supnvr am lourist ngino shoots a homo through thLmud tho next puff nf gns a Iliis wlilrlini fan day starts ui tlihill Ho i Knnka Springn Is a wonderful K9t out of grnr until he pjari bui uot in the rainy sea reaches tho Mimiiilt then lie son TKMPlS N iit rish have Arms vitfa u lim ilecu t for tho FO to Ouidcci by this ilirit smuJnt dopart moiit of j t serrot servKv vo to in wifes hi 1
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