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Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Sandusky, Ohio G Iris a ire wearing pm longer now but of so thin Sun s rays show they Are wearing them longer but thinner. The first rays of Spring Sun exposed them. Reformers and sob Sisters were just crowing Over a Complete extermination of the enl qunitious Short skirt when out Steps every daring daughter in the diaphanous. Tis an 111 wind that blows nobody any Good especially Street Corner johnnies. Of course the johnnies say the diaphanous Long skirts Are More or less like sundials. Of Little use to them when the Sun is behind a Cloud. When they were wearing them knee length Little laughing flappers said multiple folds that resembled Ballet dresses were necessary to keep them warm but now they insist the Long ones must be thin to keep them Cool. Foolish talk says miss prude. I agree with them says or. Corner Johnny All of which having come into the Ken of the City editor of the Register he assigned a reporter with a proboscis for propaganda to go Forth into the streets of the City to make a few soundings and observations. Confirmation was found on every Side by the reporter to the coincidence that Tho Short Are thick and the Long Are thin. Alluring by thin the newshound described them. In Tho course of his skirting after skirts the reporter Learned at trolley stops that Jacob s ladders Pofitu parlance for hosiery runners Are again in Vogue after being hours do unison during the Long reign of Short skirts and that Mother and daughter Are once m Ore rolling their own. Visits to a few sock shops divulged that hosiery styles of clock work drop stitches ribs and lace have put a crimp in the Market by making it difficult to distinguish Between manufactured runners and the real heartbreaking kind. Jjon skirts the sock salesmen say Are bringing Back shocking stockings half Hoso for women and the rolled at Home kind. Thoy reason that Short skirts Mado for modesty in regards to Short stockings but Long skirts even with the fashionable splits and wrap arounds furnish a perfectly Good Alibi for the most modest. So despite and lamentations of flapper and flapper fan at the passing of the knee revellers except woman s Wear of a three ply and ankle High platform v i me pulled the favorite that a dark horse might win so the judges said As they branded him for life As a Crook. Bat the girl s heart told her the boy was hons of the charges untrue and love showed the Way to save him from evil for. Herself Fig. A thrill a Minaie action galore Pennsylvania Beer line to Ohio plugged the Register Bureau Washington May 19 a flood of illicit Beer that has been flowing into Ohio from Pennsylvania has been effectively dammed according to information brought to the Federal prohibition enforcement Bureau by director j. K. Russell. In a conference with commissioner r. A. Haynes director Russell stated conditions in ohl6 Are better now than they have been for some time and he predicted that enforcement officers would continue to keep the situation in hand. Several months ago director Russell reported that cheating breweries in Western Pennsylvania were sending Large consignments of unlawful product into Ohio cities. Agents expert in running Down such violators were sent from Washington and after an extended inquiry closed a number of Pennsylvania breweries and hailed a Largo num Ber of Law violators into court. To More Pennsylvania Beer is coming into Ohio now says Russell. Striking proof of this was just had at Steubenville. Where we raided several places where real Bear was alleged to to on Sale. What we found was nothing but near Beer and the rank est sort of Slop or so called a Home brew made on the Toffi Mellst str a not Flaky. Of by meat 20, 1923-pags two Maude and Amiul return to stage new York May 19-Maude a dams famous actress who quit the stage because of illness in 1018, will return in the autumn in a revival of her greatest Success Peter pan and in three other Barrie plays the evening mail said today. Of he is expected to appear in motion picture versions of several of Rostand s plays and Kipling s novels. Pickford in Garrison s finish police name local Cedar Point Lodge Sandusky police have chosen the name of Cedar Point Jodge for the local order of the fraternal order of police recently organized Here. The organization will hold meetings every first and third thursdays in the month. Flo just on Watt can Guian a  Noxel of Tia Sverns nos Jupe virion and screen version by a Mer Harris direction by Arthur aaa Sori Ftp Orography by kurd . Limited engagement starting today Harding s Home town is broke by the aug Clard Pratt Marion May 19-president Harding s Home town is financially broke.  with Banks refusing to loan the City any More funds and no Money available from county and state funds until next August City Council today placed Tho situation up to the mayor when it passed a motion directing him to find ways and Means to raise funds to pay policemen firemen and City employees until january 1, 1924." a. The City Council recently passed an occupational tax ordinance whereby All industries and business of the City would be required to pay a tax which it was pointed out. By sponsors of the ordinance would provide sufficient funds to pm the City until the next settlement with the county. Mayor George Neely vetoed the ordinance but offered no other solution of the City s financial plight. Yesterday barks loaned the City $3,540 to pay City employees their Back salary but announced this would to the last loan they would make the City until next August the time of the semiannual county and Stato settlement. Bat leaders two leagues in a the amoeba cd Pretsul Chicago May 19. Zunck wheat of the Brooklyn dodgers a War scarred Veteran of hundreds of Battles Shook off his younger challengers for batting honors of the National league and today is on the top of the Heap with in average of .435 As a result of hitting safely nine times in his last five games. The averages Are based on figures including games of wednesday and include participating in 15 or More games. Tho dodger slugger has a comfortable Lead Over Charley Grimm the pirate Star who is parked in second place with a Mark of .416, while Jimmy Bot Tomley of the cardinals batted himself into the .400 class with an average of .409 for third place. By Williams of the Phillies has made 14 Home runs and is giving no indications of letting up. J veterans headed by Harry Hellmann Detroit Star Are Topping the regular hitters of the american league. Heilman boosted his average to the remarkable performance of .518. Sam Rice of Washington another Veteran,.is runner up with an average of .377. Janieson of Cleveland is trailing the Fleet footed senator with .371. Veach and t Obb of Detroit speaker of Cleveland. Burns of Boston and Eddio Collins of Chicago Are Well up among the leaders. Babe Ruth gives Promise of getting Back to his specially. The Yankee Star drove out a Brace of circuit drives running his string up to four but has covered Only one half the distance set by Ken Williams of the Browns who is Topping the Home run Clouter with eight. Captain Eddie Collins of the White sox has Competition for the base stealing honors this week in Jamieson of the indians who pilfered five and tied Collins Mark of ten. Other leading batters Veach Detroit. 370 Miller Philadelphia .364 Burns Boston .364 Cobb Detroit .360 Welch Philadelphia .359 Felchle Boston .357 speaker Cleveland .337 Witt new York .333 Collins Chicago .333 Haney Detroit .333. Replace St. Hull requests reduction of sugar Tariff by the aug elated Pron Washington May 19-chairman Hull of the democratic National committee today renewed his request on president Harding for a 50 per cent reduction of sugar Tariff rates under the flexible provisions of the new Law. The recent action of Canada in reducing the Tariff on raw sugar 40 cents on 100 pounds and on refined sugar 50 cents on 100 pounds said Hull in a. Statement immediately resulted in a reduction in like amounts of Tho Price of refined sugar to Canadian Consumers As reported in the press. Hero is positive proof that a reduction of sugar tariffs results immediately and directly in a corresponding reduction in sugar prices to Consumers. Instead of making the simple Experiment of reducing the duty on sugar Tho Harding administration is still indulging in fro most desperate expedients to divert attention away from the sugar Tariff outrage which is costing the american people around $400,000,000 a year in excessive and extortionate by the Atco stated preen Cleveland May 19-permission was granted by Tho state officials today for St. Ignatius College to establish a University Here. The new name of this institution under direction of the jesuits will to the Cleveland University. St. Ignatius College ceased to exist today. The jesuits recently obtained Possession of 45 acres of land just outside City limits in the Southeastern Section which will be a Side for the new University j Covington authorities Are searching for a Large electric Light Plant stolen from the Oak Ridge Community Smith Harmony boys coming to play at dance at Odd Fellows Hall Friday night. The inn Beautiful the most attractive inn and gardens in Ohio. Under Tho management of Alice Gitchell Kirk a National authority on Home economics and Ideal hotel management. Special attention to afternoon teas dinners entertaining Green Springs Ohio. V i tickets on Sale at Lake Shore electric ticket office to Corey. Fl.74 upper Sandusky. 2.09 Marlon. 8.88 Delaware. 8,18 Lancaster. 5.10 Logan. 6.80 Athens. 6.72 Nelson Vullo .88.25 Wellston. 7.08 Jackson. 7.85 Gnu Lapolla. 8.18 Middleport. 8.25 Pomeroy .8.2s Columbus. 4.00 via l. S. E. By. To Fostoria and Tho Hocking Valley Ball Way from Fostoria. Our cars pass directly by the Hocking Valley station at Fostoria. The Lake Shore electric railway co. Miarl Smith. Seek release of two cult hers held ask ill Dis Appe comedy Monty Banks in spooks and spirits theatre Paiit v plus hospitality when to co to 1 1, 8, 6, 7, 9 p. M. Prices matinees25c evenings 85c, s5o children. 10c Star theatre Elan holds reunion Valparaiso ind., May 19 thousands of members of the Kun flux klan were in this City today for a reunion to be followed by an initiation tonight. City officials estimated that 10,000 visitors had arrived at non. At Railroad offices it was said special trains were bringing delegations from Chicago and Indianapolis. T u esd aty for one week inv the asocial i pros St. Joseph mich., May 19 with the state s grand jury investigation into the House of David Voleny adjourned Over the weekend interest in the Case today entered in efforts of Colony officials to bring about release of two cult members who were jailed for alleged contempt of court. The two Are James Moore husband and mrs. E. J. Stroupe Rowe Roommate of Etidorpha Smith who Are serving sentences of 30 and 15 Days respectively for contempt following their refusal to answer questions put to them concerning the disappearance of. The Smith girl who was wanted As a witness. Although the Colony chiefs have taken no action n is yet it was reliably reported Steps would be. Taken in an Effort to bring about the release of these two. A number of Benton Harbor business men Are preparing petitions to present to judge Harry j. Dingeman of Detroit who constitutes the grand jury asking him to Stop Tho investigation p n the grounds that it is injuring the business interests of Tho City wherein Tho cult is located and declaring taht nothing has yet been adduced to show criminal acts on the part of Benjamin Pur Noil missing Leader of the Bellg ious sect. School Heads reply to quiz shall the undergraduate wed by the aug Clatch Preel Cleveland May. 18-students whose Pursuit of knowledge and Lovo Runa together will find a Welcome at seven of 12 Ohio higher schools of learning win meet with discouragement at five according to a symposium compiled by the Cleveland Plain dealer on the question should undergraduate students marry colleges which disco age the dual calling include Western Reserve University Ohio Stato uni 3ummer engagement varsity Orlo University Akron University Wittenberg and Ohio Northern University. Colleges which do not assume to dictate whether the students assume the double duty include Miami University Western College for women Oxford College Oberlin College and Ohio Wes Cyan University. Those opposed to the married slate claims that it distracts either the Man or the woman As the Case May be and those who Are Neutral state that meeting the College requirements a the matter of scholarship should be the Only condition. Harl Smith s Harmony boys one of the jazz Iest Crews of new York musicians have been secured by Carl Ernst local dancing professor for the last dance., of the season at Odd Fellows Hall Friday night May 25. Sandusky dancers who heard this Peppy Hunch of players Here a few years ago will know that they Are going to be tickled All Over. Eyes ears and feet Aro Given a treat by the Hoys from new York. Even the Wall Flowers have a Good time because these boys besides being musicians Are a whole vaudeville show. One of the Harmony boys can sing. He entertains with dreamy Waltzes and character songs. All but the boys can play and those who Aren t acrobats try to be. Fiat s what makes pm act so crazy while they Are playing prof. Ernst says. There Are eight of them. The trombone player plays with his feet. After Friday night s dance they go to a Mansfield resort for a. Life fire reliable insurance e. A Altstaetter Feick bldg. Automobile Accident Star theatre today and tomorrow special music sunday evening a oomph 1vs" presents Betty Empson " the bonded woman Jay Jug x Paramount a Dure. Here s vivacious Betty in her greatest picture since the Miracle a love drama of the exotic South seas. With the most spectacular Shipwreck Ever filmed. John rowers Richard Dix in the cast admissions for this big triple attraction adults matinee 25c adults night 35c children.10c dedicated to the cause of laughter and thrills. Containing All the thrills of film Dom s thrill Dom and As Many roars As the Atlantic Ocean but louder tills sensational picture will play hero until this City is All laughed out and Happy. Now we know Why people Hare sore feet All in the joints says Maine doctor theatre today tomorrow and tuesday the biggest Crook melodrama Ever filmed Alice Lake Sandus Kian just Europe thinks War Likely continued from Pago one which britishers ask is when is America going to help put Europe in order " said Walton. The Best Way would be for the United states and England to agree on what is to be done and then to ask Franco to concur in its execution great Britain feels. England feels that Germany should be brought into economic conferences and Tho like in order to a Chanco to come Back he said. France to declared feels that Tho United states has not extended enough financial help to them and for that reason fool bitter toward americans. Whilo in Europe the travel i passed through Tho Ruhr Section where passengers on his train were questioned four times by the French troops for no other evident reason than to inconvenience people travelling in Germany he said. Passenger trains were often held up for from two to eight hours with no evident necessary purpose. All this Walton says is heightening the ill feeling Between France and Germany. Or. Walton Felt the inflation of German currency when he had to pay 45,000 Marks for a room and Bath at a hotel in Hamburg for Orio night. A suite costs Over a million Marks while a Bellboy s tip can be no less than 1,0,000 Marks which before Tho War amounted to $2,000. One egg costs 320 Marks a Pound of bread 130, and a Pound of beef comes at \ Prico of from 13,000 to 15,000 Marks. In american Money this is not As High As it sounds As at Tho time these figures were so. Cured Ono Dollar would Exchange for 32,000 Marks. France gouges the american tourist Saio. Walton. He stopped Over night at Tho grand hotel in Paris where he secured a room for 75 francs. Two englishmen who had rooms on the same floor paid 85 francs for similar rooms. Tho same condition prevails in other countries on Luv continent with Tho exception of Germany Tho traveler declared. Walton left for Europe in feb visited Holland Bel Germany and do the trip in the interests of an Oklahoma firm for which he is european representative. He expects to make an other overseas trip near Tho end of Tho summer he said saturday evening. A what fools we mortals All these years we have been trying to help thousands of foot sore people by bathing and powdering Tho skin when All Tho time the real trouble is in the i Bones ligaments and cartilage or to be Short in the joints. There Are 26 Bones in the foot covered with cartilage and connected with ligaments and they have a tremendous amount of work to do. " the slightest Strain on one Little ligament from being on the feet too much inflames the whole foot causing soreness and humping aching and general misery. All this can be quickly says a prominent Maine doctor whose name is known the world Over. Just try a remedy that is compounded for joint troubles Only such As joint ease which every druggist carries and see How quickly your sore tired inflamed and tortured feet will get Well and Strong and . Forget your powdering and soaking and other makeshift for just a few Days and get rid of All foot misery by using joint ease it s a stainless preparation that you rub on your fingers for about a minute and it soaks right in through the skin and flesh away Down to the joints the real seat of All troubles. And remember when joint ease goes in All foot agony gets out a tube for 60 cents at Graham s drug store. And Milton Sills in environment a lavish love melodrama that starts with a Rush and never lets Down. Flashing through Chicago s underworld and the clean open places of the country. 5nan see Alice Lake As i Chicago Sal policeman also a b y p e g g y in the kid reporter a laughing whirlwind in which baby Peggy is a reporter who puts Over a Biff scoop for her newspaper and wins a big Fortune. A picture for every member of the family. Extra added attraction Rumary. And a lilt Klum England mfm1 France homa in investing your surplus Money How much monthly income do you want about $140 invested in cities service co. 6% cumulative prof erred Stock will pay. You a Dollar each month cities service company in March 1023, earned approximately $1,500,000 on its preferred Stock or Over 3i times the dividend requirement this Stock May he purchased on a monthly payment plan Henry l. Doherty & company 815 w. Washington Row. Norbeit slim Mellon m. 48-w. Singers dancers instrumentalists one of the Many Surprise specially numbers Given by Trio entire company including miss Emma i e Carpe Tiell to runs famous dancer. 96 02114118

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