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Ir: I'i ‘ FOUR \ y THE EVENING GA^TTE PORT TERVIS. R Y. T T O ^ f e o ^ O B E R 3(X THE EVENING GAZETTE Issued Every Afternoon Except Sunday and Legsl Holidays by tbe GAZETTE PUBLISHING CO. Paitiel F. €*oek .......... General Manak^r Mark V. Richards ........................ ...E d ito r W. H, Neai'pass ............... Associate Kdiror Per Week . ..........................................13 cents Per Year, paid in advance .................. By malU per year, strictly in advance ?d.0o Entered at the Post Office at Port J^y ia , N. Y<.> as second class mattei T n -W e e k ly-^..E s tablished April 22, 38G» DeMy ..........'.Established January 17. 18Sl Idember of The Assswiated Prewi The Associated, Press is exclusively ©n titled to the use for publication of all news ■ d ispat(^es credited tp it or not otherwts** crciiited in this paper and also the loca» news published herein. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS Any failure to revive paper regu­ larly or any complaint in legard to delivery should be reported to the o£9ce either in person or by tele- V phone. Also any change of address. t*o not dejjend on merely telling the »rrier. are endeavoring to give too ihe best service as well as the )est psiper, and all complaints re­ ported to the olHde will receive prompt attention. TH F . W K A T K E K R E P O R T The follow ing re p o r t is turn ished by W . H. No.-triaass U n ited St,ites W e a tn- er O b server: M ax. Tem p , y e s te r d a y ......................... 69 M in. Tem p, yesterday . .......... . .40 M in. T e m p , to d a y .............................. 42 Tem p , a t noon today .......................... 53 M ax. T e m p , th i s d a te, 1V923 . . . . 7 4 M in. Tem p , th is date^ 1923 ............ 41 W i n i ............................. .... .. ,j. S o u th e a s t K a in la s t 24 hou rs ............................... 0 R a m to r m o n th ......................... 27 K a in fo r y e a r ....................................25.46 L a s t year, sam e d a te . ..................... 32.91 F O R PR-ESIUENT JO H N W. DAVIS, O f W e st V irginia F O R V IC E -P R E S ID E N T C H A R L E S W . BRY AN O f N e b raska F O R CO N G R E S S ROS.5LYN M . COX F O R GOV.ERNOR A .l.FR riD E . SM IT H O f New Y o rk F O R LT E U T .-G O V E R N O R G E O R G E R . LIJN N O f S c h e n e c tady F O R S E C R E T A R Y O F STATE: JA M E S A. H.AMTI.TON O f The Bi'oii.v - F O R C O N T R O L L E R ; , JA A iES W . F T .E m X G a O f Lyons F O R A T T O R N E Y -G E N E R A L CA R L SH E R M A N Of B u ffalo FO R STA T E E N G I N E E R D W IG H T B. LADU O f A lbany ^ F O R S'l’A T E SEN A T O R IJilW IS J . STA GE F O R COUNTY JU D G E PHILIP A. RORTY F O R S H E R I F F F R A N K J . N E A R N F O R COUNTY C L E R K aiARY G. MULLANEY F O R D IST R IC T A T T O R N E Y W IL L IA M P. G R E G G F O R C O R O N E R W iri/T A M F. H O rjA N A N D R E W EDW ARD.S FO R ^'vn’M'RER O F AJaSRMRLY JO H N E . CU DD E B A C K T H E W AYS Ol* PO L ITIC S tHINGS THAT NEVCR HAPPES - By GENE BYRNES ________________ _ / COMMUTERS' TtlPiT Trte AV-L OKE COULU ^P k E N D lD G. O. P . B u t w h ile ou r frie n d s in th e H il- J y C ity have been poundingr. Gov. Sm ith fo r g o ing fishing a n d inalcmgr speeches it has o v e rlooked th e fa c t th a t a la r g e num b e r of th e am b a s s a ­ dors an d ‘o th e r diplom a ts have been called fro m th e ir posts of duty In fo r ­ eign la n d s to m a k e po litical speeches. They a r e in th e i r respective co m m u n ­ ities proclaim ing the g reatness of th e presen t ad m in istratio n , a n d leav in g the business of the U n ited S tates in foreign cap itols to ru n as b e s t as it may. A n d yet. R e p u b lican jo u r n a ls h a v ^ t h e affrontery to scold G o v e rnor Sm ith fo r going fishing. P A R T IE S A R E A G R E E D Several days ago, a num b e r of -weT knov/n th e a t r i c a l sta r s called a t th e W h ite H o u se and a f t e r m a k in g P r e s i­ d e n t Coolidge “lau g h out loud\ said th e y w ere fo r him . R e p u b lican new s- papcr.s prom p tly capitalized the in c i­ d e n t for all th a t it is w o rth. Since th a t day, a sen a te com m ittee h a s been in v e s tig a tin g cam p a ign con­ trib u tio n s , an d a t yesterd a y ’s h e a r ­ in g w e w ere to ld th a t instead of bein^ a sp o n tan e o u s expression of good w ill fo r M r. C o o lidge’s ad m in istration ^ r o m th e th e a tr i c a l w o rld, th e call w a s arran g e d and paid fo r by the “Cooldfge N o n - P a r tisan L e a g u e .” The w a y s of politics are m a n y and d e \io u s . W h e n enthusiasm is la c k ­ ing, all one h a s to do if he h a s the m o n e y to p a y fo r it, is to a r r a n g e fo r som e d e m o n s tration o f in terest and good w ill a n d the people w ill be sw e p t along w ith the tide. If such trick e r y a n d deception w e re p r a c ticed by th e D e m o c rats, h o w th e R e p u b lican press w o u ld howl. S P E A K IN G O P N E G L E C T T h e N e w b u rgh N e w s n o t long ago w a s h o u n d in g G o v e rnor S m ith b e ­ cause he to o k a day off to go fishing. L a te r the G o v e rnor w a s d a m n e d b e ­ cause h e m a d e som e speeches in. New E n g land. The s t a t e ’s business w a s suffering badly from negl.ect ^n d if a R e p u b lican go v e r n o r w e re elected, he would never want a day off and he would never make a tpeoch fOf tho sp ite of these folks, how ever. P o r t Jerv is has alm o s t alw a y s vo ted fo r progress, and we shall do so again . W H Y B O T H E R W I T H E U R O P E ? If th e U n ited S tates m u s t m a in tain a policy of isolation, if w e are n o t in tere.sted in E u r o p e - a t all, w h a t is th e use of sem ling official rep r e s e n tativ e s to some E u r o p e a n conferences and undfficial representatives to others? If th e L e a g u e of N a tions is a closed in ­ cident, w h y should A m erica pay any a t te n t io n to its co m m u n ication s ? W h y should the a d m in istia ti o n p a r ­ ticip a te in th e p lans of t h e league fo r th e suppression of traffick in g in n a r ­ cotics, an d w h y should P r e s iden ts \H a rding an d Coolidge.jfavor A m e rican en t r a n c e in the league’s w o rld cou r t? T h e fact is th a t in th e ir h e a r t s th e o m c E CAT . % VH/^DB HAN.K H«Ch1 . I The b a r b e r s w il have to le a r n ' a new cstory now* t h a t they a r e bbbbing so m a n y fem inine heads. G O N E ^ SMO K E H u n k y —=That sk y - w r i ter A n a lly m e t his W a terloo. ' ’ ! D o ry— t H ow w a s th a t ? Hunky— tried to show h i h s t u f f over P ittsb u r g h . .* * ♦ V • In th e pasC th r e e y e a rs ab o u t silg B o th political p a r t ies ^ r e com m it­ ted to th e proposition to bond th e j of th e R e p u b lican p a r t y s t a t e to the a m o u n t of ?lo,000,000 fo r j^^ow they a r e w rong, b u t they arc too ------- — -..Q rrirQi . - .------land “ scared of the . h y p h e n a te vote few o b s tinate senators. Hermit CraWs Protection The hermit crab, says- Nature Mag­ azine, protects itself by insertim? its abdomen into some empty sliellj which it carries about in all of its wander­ ings. th e acquis itio n of state p a r k s . The p la tf o r m s ado p ted by b o th state con ­ ventions endorsed th e project. L e t u s all vote for the preserv a tio n of th e g r e a t o u t d o o rs to all th e people. B o th p o litical p a r ties in the city of P o r t Je r v is are com m itted ‘to play­ grounds. T h e org a n izations have not fo r m a lly . adopted resolutions, h u t lead in g m e n are expressing th e m ­ selves favorably. O ther cities are giv­ in g p laygrounds to th e i r boys an d girls an d our boys an d girls are e n ­ titled to the sam e progress. T h e r e are som e people o p p o s e d ; b u t h a s j nervou.s \ feeling an d there ever been a proposition laid be- * fore the voters since P o i't Jerv is be­ came a city t h a t did n o t m e e t w ith t h e o b jection? D o n’t w e alw a y s find peo ­ ple who have th e backw a r d look? In Gas on Stomach Won^t Let You Sleep — ------- - ■' j G as p r e s s in g on h e a r t and other o r ­ g a n s som e tim e s causes a restless, n e rvou s f e e lin g a n d p r e v e n ts sleep. A d lerika helps any case of gas on th e stoma(eh, unless due to deep-seated cau.ses. T h e Q UICK action w ill su r ­ prise you. Becai'«se A d h e rika is such it f you . Becai'«se an excellent m teistinal ev a c u a n t i is wondev’fTil fo r co n s tipation — it often w o ^ k s .in one h o u r an d nev e r gripes. Q u ick ’s D rug S tore.— A d v e rtisem e n t. W .ni H is P l a y g r o u n d B e a n A s h H e a p ? ^ s a s s ^ n i r a i . . ' ■ * w e haVe' learn e d m o re a b o u t silg stocking th a n d u r in g th e preceding th r e e h u n ­ d red years.. . . - ^ . • * « -L ■!'' H o w can you -realize on w h a t you don’t ad v e rtise? O ld T im e r th i n k s S e n a tors Jo h n ­ son an d R eed h a v e one ad v a n tag e . They know th e y a r e th r o u g h . ^SPA N ISH CANDENZA’* . 'Pepsodent m a z d a nahisco Kodak clupeco ipana, Soeonoy victoria pyraliii. K ilo w a tt kuma;part sunkist. Japalac amho luv stacomb,- Sozodont musterole sterno' L in o leum djer kiss v-basin A s p irin re s in o l jello. V a lsp a r n u jol cu t ic u r a ' B o n am i um c o w h e a ten a Alemitef’ y u b a n ^fatim a. •R o tarex w e lsta c h rit k a r o Kolynos herpicide westclox Lux halitosia zip klaxon. C a d illac m a h pingg m u m delco N u jol exide m e n tho litum A m a n is a s old as th e tu n e he w h is tles. C lerk— Boss, I ’m ta k i n g a co r r e s ­ pondence* c o u r s e on how to get m o re m o n ey. i Boss— ^It w o n ’t do you any good. I ’m ta k in g a course on how to keep dow n expenses. T h e u n c e rtainties reg a r d in g th e election results have been increased, since th e P r in c e of W a les cam e over and ca p tu r e d th e fla p p e r vote. H e — D e a rest, no one w ill ever know how I love you! V o ice from u n d e r sofa— H u h ! D ad- 11 know unless I g it a b o u t a q u a r ter. W h a t a ch a rm in g baby. A n d how it does resem b le yo u r husband. G racious, I h o p a not! W e adopted it. O u r idea of m o n e y throw n aw a y is th a t being sp e n t in full-page a d v e r ­ tisem e n ts by th e W a s h ington P o s t an n o u n c ing th e retu r n to its editorial s t a f f o f G e o rge H a rvey. ♦ i ♦ ■ •rjtutli HiAGljJKi T h e b ir d o’freedom , w ith clipped claw s. H a s ceased to so a r or shriek; E n tr a p p e d w ithin a m e sh of Jaws, H e looks alm ig h ty m e e k . H e — 'W ould you say ‘Yes” if I ask- you to m a rry m e ? 'She (still jm ore ca u tiou s ly) -w o u ld you ask m e to m a r r y . y o u if I w o u ld say “Y es” , if you ask e d m e to m a r r y you? . K *. One reason for the Prince of W ales’ populority among Americans, is that he has n e v e r been known to deliver a lecture. /- j I t is said th a t am o n g th e ■ p r e s e n ts received by a fla p p e r bride in B rook­ lyn th e o th e r n ig h t w e re a hip flask, a hum idor and nine cig a r e t cases. N E |T !iA m fe .P ).N 0 V .5 SPECIAL CHIIMN DINNER SUNDAY, NOV. 2nd 75c Fountain Restaurant 72 Pike Street Tlii^ lovalde baby is representative of tlie hundreds of ]{.'t1e future citizens of our city who will soon be searching for a itlace to play and thus unconsciously devcIop< their body and chani':ter for the stern battles of life. Has our ^community seen to it that there aresafe and healthy place.s to pl.oy, pla^'es better than the .'j.^ey^the ash the pool room corner or the d«tngeroiis street?’ Ncr i.s it cnoagh nic.i*efy to provide playground spaces or apparatus. An auiomolfile, no matter liow fine and cQi^tly, is useless without a driver. And likewise a pluj'ground can .only do its wonderful work in llie developmeni; of r-r.r cuild life if wo provide a sympathetic, resourceful leader. Nor arc (he p'aygn»t:nds fulfilling their community duty if they are used but u- fevf months dtu-ing the sura^ mer, Comporent le5ti]ership will devise seasonal nsPii during cnc entire year, anddv,flight activities will open up a new ro'.Teathmul life for young men and women und the whole range of adults. ; Let US take stock of what WE are 4oIng with OUJl recreation op- IKirtunitica, ^ Y d u r backache is caused by . a strain No! _____ . lum- m3,tism o r a strain and the quicker r e lief is soothing, p e n e tr a t­ in g St. Jaco b ’s Oil. Rub- it fig h t .bn I'o u r p a in f u l back, an d instantly- the soreness, ' stiffness and lam eness dis­ appear. D o n ’t stay crippled! Get a 35 ce n t bo ttle of St. Jaco b s Oil from your druggist. A m p m e n t a f t e r it applied yo u ’ll w o n ­ d e r w h a t became of th e b a c k a c h e or lum b a g o pain, jn use l o r 65 years for lum b ago, backaohe., sciatica, n e u r a lg ia, rheu­ m a tism o r sprains. A b solutely harm ­ less. D o esn’t burn th e skin.- —^Adver­ tisement. ■ j o h n x t a s » s a w s - MINSIRELS ^ ■ -.■'/“■■'-'-A\''; ‘ ■ THIRTY-4U. S t a s |Bf^P^LS--TH H n T .Watch for ihekig1feeejj*ara4a.a^ DON’T BIG^SHOW-- ’ ; V Sisgers, Olncerg^^ ■ . Matinee 2:39^' Evening 8 : 1 5 ; 50c, Cha^ren 25c > ^ ; ; l l . l 0 , 8 5 g , . 5 0 c , 2 5 c , Seat Sale-Monday 10 A. hi. F r id a y - a n d S a tu r d a y S P E O A 15 a t COHEN’S One lot of Ladies’ and Misses Goats trimmed ivith fur . collars and cuffs,; linedLjasd interfined. Material of O livia Cloth, regular $35 values, 7^^ Friday and Saturday . . . —s i . fi tJ Another lot of Dresses, both Flannel and Penefl Stripes as well as pl^m PoiretTwill. We have mark- , ed these dresses so low that you can’t be without In our MOlinery Departni^t we have marked our Ladies’ and Misses’ Ifets at .Special Prices. They formerly sold as high as S I 0.00, for Friday and Sat­ urday seiling, ' ? 2 J 8 ,^ 398 : ,M .98 Phoenix Silk Hose, Friday and Saturday, p a i r ..............................r^r.'... ’ Take advantage of these oSsrsngs and you will surely save money by purcha.sing tomorrow or Sat­ urday. '• '' I w . -------------- — ■ If.- PAIM THEATRE TODAY A FOX SUPER SPECI AL “THIS FREEDOM” FEATURING FAY CdMPSON Taken from the most widely discussed novel of the year. Can a woman v/in freedom and disregard her home duties. Don’t miss this picture—^it is worth your while. FOX NEWS Mn^tinee 2:3 0 Evening 7:36-11 Adults 25c, Children 20c Adults 25c, Children 20c FRIDAY \ \THE LORE OF THE YUKON” FEATURING EVA NOVAK This is a wonderful picture of the Florth Woods. The first genuine Alaskan picture with a mighty avalanche.; . TWOREgLGCjMEDY A ONE REEL LARRY SEMON COMEDY Matinee 2 : 3 0 Evening 7:30-11 Adails . AduItsN20c, 20c, Chjldr 20 c C h ^ i lildren 15c en 15c k # (ATEWANTBS BRIG BUSINESS ^

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