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Page Four T H E P E N N V A N E X P R E S S , P E N N V A N , N . T H U R S D A Y , A U G U S T 9 , 1 9 2 3 Road Named Marcus I Assembly President’s Whitman Highway Home Week T h e Y a t e s C o u n t y B o a r d o f S u p e r ­ visors m e t on W e d n e s d a y m o r n in g in th e ir room s in the C o u n t y B u ild ­ in g to act on the n a m in g o f th e P o t - te r - R u s h v ille road. T h e D a u g h t e r s o f th e A m e r ic a n R e v o lu t io n h a v e w o r k e d u n t irin g ly to h a v e the P o t t c r - R u s h v ille road nam e d the M a rcus W h i t m a n H i g h ­ w a y , a fte r M a rcus W h itm a n , the I.Assem b ly R u s h v ille b o y w h o saved the N o r t h - | Ar„„ v i w e s t to the U nion. ■% T h e R e b e k a h branch o f O dd F e l l o w ­ ship in Y a t e s cou n t y is h ig h ly h o n o r ­ ed in h a v in g the P r e s id e n t o f the R e b e k a h A s s e m b ly o f N e w Y o r k chos­ en fro m its m e m bers: M rs. G r a c e B. C lark, o f East M a in street, A s s e m ­ b ly President, has fo r h e r gu e s t fo r her H o m e W e e k Her A s s o c iate O f f i ­ cers and the Past Presiden ts o f the S u p e r v isor F l o y d P. H u n t in t r o ­ duced the resolu tion fo r the n a m in g o f the h ig h w a y and it was passed unanim o u s ly. S A M P S O N T H U R S D A Y E L L I O T T D E F T E R and H E L ­ E N JE R O M E E D D Y in “A N O L D S W E E T H E A R T O F M I N E ” A n adaption o f w hat is prob- b ly the m ost fam ous and cer­ tain ly the most appealing poem ever w r itten by that great poet so dear to the hearts o f the A m e r ica n people— James W h i t ­ com b R iley. W h e r e the o r ig ­ inal poem suggests, the p ic­ ture amplifies. R i l e y ’s m a s ter­ piece is brou g h t to actual life b e fore you r eyes. M atin e e 17c. E v e n ing, 10-22c. K I N O G R A M S Mrs. C la r k en t e r t a in e d at d in n e r last even in g , covers b e in g laid fo r th irty - fo u r guests. T h e p a r t y co m ­ prised Mrs. E m ily H. Biel, V i c e P r e s ­ ident o f U tica; Mrs. F r a n c e s C. H a ­ vens, W a r d e n , o f C& zenovia; M iss A g n e s E. Rogers, P. P., Secretary, o f N e w Y o r k ; Mrs. H a ttis A t h e r b u y , Treasurer, o f A u b u r n ; Mrs.* M in n ie F. Snyder, P. P., A d v is o r y Supporter, o f N e w a r k ; Mrs. L a u r a W h ittle t o n , M a rshal, o f East R o c h e s ter; Mrs. P a u lin e Cary, Conductor, o f Buffalo; Mrs. M. C. Barker, O utside G uardian, o f W h ite h a ll; Mrs. E d ith Strain, R ig h t H e rald, o f A u b u r n ; Mrs. E l i z ­ abeth D urkee, L e f t H e rald, o f C l i f ­ ton Springs, and M iss M a r y A l i c e Stow, finance com m ittee, o f Clyde. A lso Past Presidents Mrs. N e l l i e B a r­ ber, o f Auburn, Mrs. L i l l i e S. Budd, o f R o c h e s ter; Mrs. L a v i n a H a rp, o f Buffalo; Mrs. M in n ie Leon a r d , o f H o r n e ll; Mrs. N e l l i e M uch, o f R o c h ­ ester; Mrs. A n n a V a n A k e n , o f K i n g s ­ ton; Mrs. Ida Y . Sm ith, o f M agraw , and Mrs. Lou isa Schlicht, o f N e w Y o r k ; D. D. P. D o r a Owens, o f P e n n Yan, and the m e m bers o f the Past N o b le G rands' A s s o c iation o f Y a t e s D istrict. PERSONAL AND SOCIETY The Day of the Speed ONE CENT A WORD F R I D A Y E D W A R D H O R T O N and E T H ­ E L G R E Y T E R R Y in “T O O M U C H B U S I N E S S 9 9 A n am using high-class com ­ edy dram a adapted fro m E a r l D e r r B iggers’ Saturday E v e n - Post story, “John H e n r y and the Restless Sex.” I f you can stand seven reels o f laughter, see “ T o o M uch Business.” M a t ­ inee 17c. E v e n in g l0-22c. O R E G O N T R A I L , O th e r attractions fo r the w e e k are a recep tion and ban q u e t today at M id d lesex b y the M id d lesex R e b e k a h Lodge. W e d n e s d a y a recep t ion and banquet b y L a k e K e u k a R e b e k a h L o d g e to w h ich the o t h e r lodges o f the district are in v ited. T h u r s d a y a recep tion and ban q u e t b y Y a t e s R e b e k a h L o d g e at D u n d e e and F r i ­ d a y a luncheon at the C a m p B e ll cotta g e b y the Past N o b le G r a n d s A s s o c iation o f Y a t e s D istrict. — M r. E d w a r d A c o m b spent S u n d a y in D a n s v ille, N. Y . — M iss A n n a Johnson has retu r n e d fro m a trip to the Th o u s a n d Islands. — M iss A . O ’G o r h a m , o f D u b lin , Ireland, is the gu e s t o f M rs. F r a n c is C u n n in g h a m . — M r. and Mrs. L e w i s A . H y a t t le f t on S u n d a y fo r a m o t o r trip to D e ­ troit, M ich. — M r. and Mrs. T . O. H a m lin , o f R o c h e s ter, are the guests o f M r. and Mrs. W . N. W ise. — M iss M a r ie C a r r o ll, pian ist at the E lm w o o d T h e a t r e , spent S u n d a y at her hom e in W a t e r l o o . — M iss R e lia n c e C o r b in is spend­ in g som e tim e as a gu e s t o f M r. and Mrs. Pau l K nox, in R o c h e s ter. — M a c G illig a n , w h o has been spend­ in g the past m o n th in N e w Y o r k vis­ itin g his m o ther, has retu r n e d hom e. — M iss M a r g a r e t Johnston and M iss M a r g a r e t C a h ill, o f N e w Y o r k C ity, are v is itin g at the hom e o f M rs. F r a n ­ cis C u n n in g h a m , E lm street. — Mrs. R. A. Scofield has retu r n e d a fter spen d in g som e tim e w ith .her sister, Mrs. W i n s o r Scofield, at C a n ­ andaigu a Lake. — M iss R u t h A . W i l l i a m s and M iss E lizabeth U n d e r w o o d are in C l e v e ­ land, P h ila d e lp h ia and N e w Y o r k this w e e k b u y iu n g F a l l M illin e r y . — Mr. and Mrs. T. W . L y n c h , o f C a n a n d a igua, and M r. and Mrs. E. A. Lyn c h , o f G e n e v a , w e r e the S u n ­ day guests o f the Misses L y n c h , M ain street. — M r. and Mrs. C h a r les A n d r e w s Maniac. Great Honor Bestowed S A T U R D A Y A L F R E D L U N T and E D I T H R O B E R T S in Upon Penn Yan Boy «• B A C K B O N E ” T a lk about you r two-fisted dramas o f the lawless N o r th. H e r e ’s a picture that is packed w ith so m a ny th r ills that it actu a lly leaves you breathless. A braw ny fist was the m ost con­ vin c in g langu a g e o f the St. C r o ix lum ber cou n try— one day an unknown lad appeared in town— they thought he lacked that “b r a w n y fist,” — but w a it until you see w hat happened, y o u ’ll talk about it fo r a m o n th Matinee, 10-17c. Evening, 17- 22c. C hildren under twelve, 10 c. C E N T U R Y C O M E D Y A n honor coveted b y all n a v y m e n and ga in e d b,y fe w w a s bestow e d upon F r a n k Schofield recen t ly w h e n he was p r o m o ted fro m the ran k o f C a p ­ tain in the U n ited States N a v y to R e a r A d im r a l. C a p tain S c h o field was one o f five captains w h o w e r e thus honored. retu r n e d S a tu r d a y fro m an a u t o m o ­ b ile trip th r o u g h the S o u th e r n T ier, and a visit in C h a u tau q u a fo r a fe w days. — Miss A n n e C a r n e y , M iss Sarah O ’D o n n e ll and M iss A n n a W a lsh , o f N e w Y o r k C ity, are guests at the hom e o f Mrs. P a t r ic k O ’K e e fe , K e u ­ ka street. — M r. and M rs. L a w r e n c e A r m ­ stron g and M iss Jean e tte B e n e v e c h , o f R o c h e s ter, N. Y., w e r e the over- S u n d a y guests o f M r. -and M rs. H. K. A r m s t r o n g in this v illa g e . — M r. and M rs. W i l l i s R o y e s , M iss H e len Jane R o y e s , M rs. C h a r les K a is ­ er and Mrs. F r a n k M. S t e w a r t , o f R o c h e s ter, spent severa l days last w e e k a t th e S a n d e r s S t e w a r t c o t t a g e on L a k e K e uka. — M iss M ild r e d M ille r , o f W i l k e s - barre. Pa., W i l l a r d G. B e a ttie, Jr., o f T o led o , O hio, and W i l l a r d B a rden, o f H a ll, spent S u n d a y at W i l l o w - hurst. — D r. and M rs. J. M. H e r r i n g t o n and dau g h ter, Jean, o f C r o n x v i l l e , N. Y., h a v e b e e n the gu e s ts o f re la t iv e s in P e n n Y a n . R e a d A d m i r a l S c h o field w a s b o r n and lived in P e n n Y a n fo r several years, and it is w i t h just p r id e th a t w e hear o f his m e r i t e d p r o m o t ion . T o be R e a d A d m i r a l o f a fleet o f U n ited States n a v a l “ g r e y h o u n d s ” carries a resp o n s ib ility and a p o s ition — M r. an d M rs. G . E. W e l l b e r y , o f Buffalo, a r r i v e d S u n d a y to spend ten days at th e lake. M r . W e l l b e r y is S u p e r in t e n d e n t o f th e P a t t e r n D e ­ p a r t m e n t fo r th e P i e r c e A r r o w M o t ­ or C a r C o m p a n y o f B uffalo. — T h e M isses M a r g a r e t T u n n e y , F r a n c e s A r n o ld , W a n d a M c E lro y , H e len Pow e r s , A n n a Jensen, M a r ie Pow e r s , C h a r lo t t e G r a d y and S t e lla C larey, are sp e n d in g th e w e e k at o f com m an d and h o n o r w h ich is rec- P o p u la r G r o v e C o t t a g e on th e lake. ogn ized the w o r ld o t e r . M O N D A Y T U E S D A Y R I C H A R D B A R T H E L M E S S and D O R O T H Y G IS H in “T H E B R I G H T S H A W L 9 9 Barthelmess has the role o f adventurous you n g A m e r ican , who, in the days o f S p a in ’s op ­ pression o f the Cubans, takes up the cause o f the rebels and incidentally falls in love w ith the daughter o f a rebel leader. T h e com p lications w hich em sue w hen L a Clavel, a Spanish dancer, becom es infatu a ted w ith the you n g Am e rican, w h o encourages her so that he m a y gain inform a tion o f valu e to the rebels, are said to m a k e thi-s 'one o f the m ost absorbing photoplays o f a decade. A d ­ mission: m a tinee 22 c; even in g 17-28 c . Children under 12, 10c R e a d A d m i r a l Schpfield is a b r o t h ­ er o f Mrs. C harles A v e r y , o f N e w Y o r k and P e n n Y a n , and a n e p h e w o f M r. F r a n k Danes, ,o f this v illa g e . D u r in g the W o r l d W a r he w a s a m e m b e r o f the N a v a l A d v i s o r y Board. F o r the past tw o years he has been an in s tru c tor at the W illia m s o n , Mass., C o llege, w here, fo r a p e r iod o f fou r w e e k s he con d u c ted a sum ­ m e r course. T h e rtm a in d e r o f his tim e has been g i v e n o v e r to duties at the N a v a l H e a d q u a r ters at W a s h ­ ington, D. C. R e a d A d m i r a l Schofield w i l l m a k e a visit to his n a t ive v i l l a g e som e tim e d u r in g this m o n th. B r a d ley T. M a llo r y , M. L . W h i l - h e lm and M rs. K a r l P e t e r s o n w e r e Horse Runs Away Injuring Woman Mrs. D ic k W h e e le r , o f Y a t e s v ille, was severely inju r e d on F r i d a y w h e n the horse w hich she was d r i v i n g b e ­ cam e frigh t e n e d and ran away, d r a g ­ g in g Mrs. W h e e l e r fo r som e distance. , T h e w o m a n ’s hip was broken, be- n u n o r in ju r ies n S UMMER DRINK f o r a s u m m e r d a u sides several other ! and great shock. T h e accident happened on the ; B r a n c h p o r t-G u y a n o g a road. Mrs. : W h e e le r was su fferin g fro m shock ! and seem ed som e w h a t v a g u e as to I the cause. * She was p ick e d up b y people in the v i c i n i t y and D r. John : H a tch was called to atten d her. T h e ■ injured wom a n ' is n o w in th e Sol- i diers and S a ilors’ M e m o r ia l H o s p ital, in L o c k p o r t last w e e k in a t t e n d a n c e at the an n u a l m e e t i n g o f the L o c k - p o r t H o m e A s s o c ia t io n o f th e I. O. O. F. M r. M a l l o r y is a tru s tee o f the hom e, w h i l e M r. W i l h e l m re p r e ­ sented K e u k a L o d g e , I. O. O. F., and Mrs. P e t e r s o n w a s a r e p r e s e n t a t i v e o f the L a k e K e u k a L o d g e . *— 'Mr. E d w a r d A . O e h ler, p r o m i n ­ ent B u ffalo m a n u fa c t u r e r and p o l i ­ tician, is n o w at his su m m e r h o m e on L a k e K e uka, e n j o y i n g a m u c h needed rest. M r. O e h ler, w h o has tra v e led e x t e n s iv e ly in th is c o u n t r y and abroad, h a v in g sojou r n e d at the w o r l d ’s m o s t ren o w n e d w a t e r i n g places, states th a t th e F i n g e r L a k e s section is second to n o n e fo r b o t h b e a u t ifu l scen e r y and rec r e a t io n grounds. — M r, and Mrs. R . J. W a t e r s and & j w h e r e it is th o u g h t she w i l l h a v e to • I Chase & Sanborn’s rem a in som e tim e. Mrs. W h e e l e r is the m o t h e r o f D r . J. H a r v e y W h e e le r , o f this v illa g e . Brand Plenty of Lemons M iss N e v a W a t e r s are o c c u p y in g th e P la isted c o t t a g e on th e east side o f the lake. F o r m a n y yea r s th e y h a v e com e fro m th e ir h o m e in E l m i r a H e ig h t s to fish in L a k e K e u k a , and M iss N e v a W a t e r s has m a n y friends, a m o n g the y o u n g p e o p le o f P e n n Y a n . She w a s g r a d u a t e d fro m E l ­ m ira C o l l e g e in June and w i l l teach m a t h e m a t ics in a school on th e H u d ­ son R i v e r n e x t year. — F r e d C r u m m , o f Syracuse, is m a k i n g his an n u a l V isit to L a k e K e u k a , c a m p in g n e a r the C o llege. T w e n t y - f i v e years a g o h e le f t P e n n Y a n , a f t e r h a v i n g liv e d h e r e ten years. H e w a s a p h o t o g r a p h e r and occu p ied a stu d io in th e b u i l d i n g on th e co r n e r o f M a in and Jacob streets a b o v e w h e r e th e P r o u t y & R a p a le e d r u g store is located. H e d id g o o d w o r k and is re m e m b e r e d b y m a n y o f th e o l d e r citizen s as a p a in s t a k in g artist. M r . C r u m m com e s b a c k each y e a r to L a k e K e u k a , s a y in g th a t th e r e is n o b o d y o f w a t e r lik e it in the w h o l e cou n t r y . P a t r o n s o f th e S a m pson T h e a t r e Orange Pekoe Tea N o bananas, b u t p len t y o f lem o n s ; large, ju icy and sour. F o r the M id d le W e s t w h e a t farm e r , d o llar w heat. Iced F o r the G r a n d O ld P a r t y , M agn u s Johnson. w i l l soon h a v e th e o p p o r t u n i t y o f seein g an e x t r a o r d i n a r y p ictu r e , “ B a c k b o n e ,” th e first o f th e 1923 b i g specials o f th e D i s t i n c t i v e P ic t u r e s C o r p o r a t io n w h ic h w i l l b e d istrib u t - , ed th r o u g h G o l d w y n . x F o r the p o liticia n s o f b o t h parties, H e n r y Ford. A d e l i g h t f u l a n d F o r the householder, a n t h r a c ite at $25 per ton, or substitutes. “ B a c k b o n e ” tells a p o w e r f u l story o f a ro m a n c e w h ic h en d u r e s th r o u g h m a n y gen e r a t ion s , and is p la y e d b y a cast re m a r k a b le fo r v e r s a t i l i t y and R e f r e s h i n g B e v e r a g e F o r the p r o h ib ition ist, the b o o t ­ legger. F o r the in n o c e n t bystander, a lily in his hand. T r y it Yes, no bananas, b u t p le n t y o f lem ons; large, ju icy and sour.— Ex. c. A . K e l l y Announcement Quality G rocer Phone 221 •X»K« >X*X*X*X»X*X»X»XiX«»<SX? ♦x*x*><x >X«3 Homes Reflect Community. 1 T h e future history of Am e rica*w ill be shaped in large measure b> the character o f its homes. If we con­ tinue to be a home-lowing people we shall have the strength that cornea only from a virile fam ily life. This means that our homes must be attrac­ tive, comfortable, convenient, whole­ som e; they must keep pace with the progress made outside the house. As is the home, so is the community and the nation. P e n n Y a n Express, Pen n Y a n , N . Y . D e a r Sir: I take this o p p o r t u n ity o f p r e s e n t in g ‘ m y s e lf as a ca n d id a t e upon the R e p u b lica n tick e t fo r th e n o m in a tion o f S u p e r v isor o f th e T o w n o f Benton. I m a k e this an n o u n c e m e n t a f t e r rec e iv in g several requests fr o m d i f ­ feren t parts o f the T o w n and th e support o f all R e p u b lican s to th a t end w i l l be g r e a t l y appreciated. Y o u r s resp e c tfu lly, L O R E N N I C H O L S . T h e “ z e r o m ileston e ”-1 stand just south o f the W h i t e House, in W a s h ­ ington, on the ellip s e o f P o t o m a c Park. F r o m this m ileston e is m e a s ­ ured the distance a lo n g th e n a t io n a l h igh w a y s o f the U n ite d States. T h e stone is o f w h ite m a r b le, an d on top is a bronze sundial. exp e r ien c e . A l f r e d L u n t takes th e m a le lead. L u n t is h a iled as th e new , ou t s t a n d ­ in g fig u r e o f th e screen. T h i s is his first ap p e a r a n c e in a film , b u t it is said b y those w h o h a v e seen th e p i c ­ tu r e th a t he p h o t o g r a p h s p e r f e c t ly . W h e n it is rec a lle d th a t L u n t has established a rep u t a t io n on B r o a d ­ w a y ,as b e i n g th e h a n d s o m e s t and o n e - o f the m o s t a b le y o u n g actors o f th e presen t d a y th e treat in store fo r patron s o f th e S a m pson T h e a t r e is apparent. In a d d itio n to L u n t th e r e is th e th e fa v o r i t e o f m illio n s — E d ith R o b e r t s — m ore b e a u t i f l l th a n e v e r in h e r dual ro le o f the a n c ien t and m o d e r n g irl. T h is p a r t g i v e s h e r th e ch a n c e to act as she has n e v e r acted b e fo r e . S u p p o r t in g L u n t and M iss R o b e r t s is a rem a r k a b le cast, in c lu d in g W i l ­ liam B. M a c k , M a r io n A b b o t t , Jam es D. D o y le, H u g h H u n t ley, G e o r g e M a c Q u a r r ie and others. T h e story o f “ B a c k b o n e ” is th e fu l ­ fillm e n t in the T w e n t i e t h C e n t u r y o f a rom a n c e w h ic h w a s sh a t t e r e d in F r a n c e g e n e r a t io n s ago. B u t it is n o t b r o u g h t to a h a p p y e n d i n g u n t il all sorts o f m y s t e r y and in t r i g u e h a v e been solved and th w a r ted . E d w a r d Slo'm an d ire c t e d th e p i c ­ ture. C la r e n c e B u d in g t o n K e lla n d w r o t e “ B a c k b o n e ” fo r th e S a t u r d a y E v e n i n g Post. “ B a c k b o n e ” w i l l b e show n S a t u r ­ day, A u g u s t 11th. \ / «.« T h e auto tra ffic th r o u g h P e n n Y a n and a lo n g the S tate roads ad ­ jacen t to this v i l l a g e on S u n d a y is g e t t i n g on the n e r v e s o f som e p e o ­ p le and to oth e r s it fu r n ish e s a n e v ­ er-en d in g sou rce o f am usem e n t. E v e r y o t h e r car is a F o r d and m o s t o f th e m c a r r y a load. T h e r e is e v ­ e r y t h i n g fro m th e m od e r n L i n c o l n and P i e r c e - A r r o w , back to th e first designs w h ich w e r e put o u t b y the o r ig in a l com panies. T h a t is n o t v e r y fa r back as fa r as years go, bu t th e r e h a v e been such strides in th e m a n u ­ fa c t u r e o f a u t o m ob iles th a t even the casual o b s e r v e r is ab le to d istin g u ish at a g la n c e those w h ich h a v e been ru n n in g th r e e or fo u r years. O c c a s io n a lly on e sees a m a d e - o v e r car and it is u s u a lly sm a ll and lo w arid ru n n in g v e r y fast and is n e a r ly alw a y s occu p ied b y v e r y y o u n g p e o ­ ple. O f t e n on e o f the first m ad e seven- passenger auto#s w i l l g o sw e e p in g by, lo o k in g d e c id e d ly ou t o f p la c e w h e n co m p a r e d w i t h th e v e r y n e w ones, but w h e n it w a s p u t ou t it w a s con s id e r e d the last w o r d in trans­ p o r tation . L icen s e plates d a n g le fro m the rear a x le and th e y are in ­ terestin g studies. E v e r y S t a t e in the U n io n is represented, no tw o a lik e and m o s t tourists stop in P e n n Y a n , if o n ly lo n g en o u g h to pu r c h a s e p i c ­ tu r e post cards. T h e old d o d g e o f th r o w in g m u d upon the licen s e p la t e and on the n u m b e r to fo o l the tr a f ­ fic cop seem s ou t o f d a te these days, fo r u s u a lly th e y are as s h in in g as the cars to w h ic h th e y are attached. M a n y fa m i l y p a r t ies h a v e the dog a lo n g and th e y v a r y fro m the sm a l­ lest pup to G r e a t D a n e s and G e r m a n P o l i c e D o g s . O c c a s io n a lly a b a b y w i l l be p e a c e f u l l y sleep in g in a h a m ­ m o c k , sw u n g in the car, and a fe w days a g o an au to w e n t ra p i d l y a lo n g one o f ou r S t a t e roads, w h i l e the m o t h e r w a s b a t h in g a h a lf g r o w n ch ild. O n e day, tw o m o n th s ago, a tru c k took its w a y leisu r e ly a lo n g the L a k e road load e d w i t h c a m p in g good s and on top o f it w e r e th r e e ch ild r e n , a h a l f g r o w n b o y and a w o ­ m a n . T h e la t t e r w a s seated just back o f the m a n at th e w h e e l and she w a s re a d in g “ M a in S t r e e t ,” so he cou ld h e a r d istin c t ly . T h e la r g e r b o y w a s p l a y i n g a V i c t r o l a , th e sm allest c h ild w a s p l a y i n g w i t h a k i t t e n an d th e o t h e r c h ild r e n w e r e p u t t i n g a p u p p y th r o u g h his paces. T h e fa m i l y seem ­ ed u n a w a r e th a t th e y w e r e d o i n g a n y t h i n g unusual. T h e c r o w d b e g in s g o i n g e a r l y S a t ­ u r d a y m o r n i n g an d u n t il la t e S u n d a y m o r n in g , th e r e is a con s t a n t th r o n g o f autos p a s s in g th r o u g h P e n n Y a n and g o i n g in e v e r y d i r e c t i o n fro m there. A b o u t fo u r o ’clock, th e y c o m ­ m e n c e to g o back. T h e fast d r i v i n g w h ich is a m e n a c e to th e c o m m u n i t y at la r g e is c a r r ie d on q u i t e as m u c h b y o u r o w n p e o p le as b y th e to u r ­ ists, b u t th e stra n g e p a r t a b o u t au- to in g is, th a t the m an at th e w h e e l seldom feels th a t he is g o i n g v e r y fast; he u s u a lly is o u t r a g e d i f a n y on e accusses h im o f d r i v i n g so ra p i d ­ ly th a t he helps to m a k e th e roads u n s a fe fo r c h ild r e n an d e l d e r l y p e o ­ p le o r fo r a n y p e r s o n w h o finds it n e c e s s a r y to cross a street w h i l e tr a f ­ fic is h e a v iest. A n o f f i c e r o f Y a t e s c o u n t y w a s asked w h y s o m e t h in g w a s n o t d o n e to lessen th e speed a lo n g S t a t e roads le a d in g in t o P e n n Y a n . H e re p l i e d th a t au toists w e r e a l l o w ­ ed to g o th i r t y m ile s an h o u r fo r h a l f a m i l e and th e n h e m ust slow d o w n fo r a d istan c e b e f o r e tr y i n g to speed up again . “ I t is a fu n n y th in g ,” he said, flan a u t o m o b ilis t m a y seem to b e g o i n g at a d e s p e r a te ra t e o f speed and spm e on e m a y m a k e , a c o m p la in t a g a in s t h im ; he goes in ­ to the Justices’ C o u r t and sw e a rs he w a s o n l y g o i n g tw e n t y - n in e m iles an h o u r and th e r e is no on e w h o can c o n t r a d ic t him . P e r h a p s he re a l l y w a s g o i n g at th a t v e r y ra t e and the m a n w h o m a d e the c o m p la in t o n ly T H O U G H T th a t he w a s g o i n g faster. So, w h e n a c o m p la in t is r e a l l y m ad e b y som e on e w h o o n l y saw th e car g o i n g fast and w h o had no ch a n c e o f testin g it and k n o w i n g h o w Tast it w a s a c t u a lly g o in g , th e r e is usual­ ly n o t h in g w h ic h can b e done. T h e Ju s tice rep r im a n d s the d r i v e r and th a t is th e en d o f it. } t O c c a s io n a lly a ca r w i l l d r i v e th r o u g h o u r M a in street at a ra t e w h ic h sh o u ld n o t be to lera t e d b y the residen ts o f a n y v i l l a g e and the old days w h e n O f f i c e r B lo d g e t t stood at th e fo u r corn e r s w e r e safer days fo r those w h o w a lk , than it has e v e r been since. P e r h a p s th e o n ly re m e d y is to step liv e l y and keep ou r eyes open and ou r m in d s ^lert; e v e n then, o c ­ casion a lly, som e on e takes a rid e in the am b u lan c e . T H E D I M E T A X I T e n - c e n t service. C a ll D i m e - T a x i P h o n e 158. 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