The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 304, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 21, 1921 Page: 4 of 12
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P|jfl|, Dec. 2I.J92I '
BERTON BRALEY’S DAILY POEM
THE ORANGE BAIL Y LEADER
FuoUshed every •fUraoon «ac«pt Sunday at 20« Frost Street, by tb«
Orange Printing Company.
B. 0. CONN ALLY, Publisher. MIKE C. ELLIOTT. Managlfc A
# . J. S. McBEATH, Advertising Manager.
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For CO years a1 shadow, black and heavy,
Hung ovdr France and woulddnht lift away;
France lived and toiled and on her youth made levy
For martial strength against the threatened Day'
Jt.....came, the German sabers ceased to rattle,
They flashed in air- and struck; the-sons of Fra nee
By millions fought, by millions died" in battle
To stem that German shadow's grim advance.
The great world rallied to these Gallic legions
Who stood toy France and freedom and the li hr.
Hut not till France amid its fairest regions
Lay bleak and bare beneath .the*Te»V>n hltyhi;
The world saved France
Orange, Texas, Wednesday, December 21, 1921
Are we on the verge of discovering a method for manu-
facturing gold in unlimited quantities? Inventor Edison says
the direction of transmutation of met-
imty seem a mad delnsfbn;
. hut lilt the world arise
>, out of Its confusion, ' .
France sail on her arms relit*---?
iiat Gernt.ui shadow IcmUuiti'd.
France feared a Day th- ( v.uo**!
•da by i !] the w orld are sM;i ugiBmh d
her ranks- -cud who i an |it.s*lv i. !, a
als have been made re
In London, a Frenchman claims he has discovered how to
turn mercury into gold and radium. Chemists say the sam-;
pies he submits back up his claim, prove it, if the samples
are bona fide.
The .result of such a discovery? Just a matter of artih-
metic. Mercury costs about 70 cents a pound. Gold costs
roughly, $25 an ounce.
Suppose some one does discover how to turn mercury,
lead or some other substance into gold — the long-sought
goal of medieval alchemists.
The world immediately would have a financial panic that
would make previous panics look like boom times.
For the whole system, being based on gold, would topple.
An interesting problem would arise for us. Gold held in
United States now totals about $3,500,000,000. That is
about 40 per cent of all gold known to be above ground in
! Gold and money are separate things. Gold is the trick
mechanism by which you can control money, says Edison.
Edison thinks humanity and the products of the soil should
be the bases of money.
Fear caused gold to become the balses of money.
All men have the desire to get rare things. One of the
rarest is gold. Its scarcity brought it into use as a measure
of values, as medium of exchange, as a.sort of guaranty
that commodities received would be paid for in equivalent
commodities or service.
A Chinese wanted to buy Arabian horses. Said the Arab:
*How do I know you 11 ship me back some silk in exchange
lor my horses?”
Said the Chinese: Here, take this handful of the rare
substance, gold. Tou know that, to get my valuable gold
back, I’ll have to send the silks.*
That is the principle on
Elimination of the gold standard
ing in the peopli
resources as they now
2 THE REAL DELICIOUS OLD FASHWT
| HOME-MADE KIND ?S
♦ T. M, Fruit Cake
| Made by
1 The Yankee Bakery
^ The Same Great Yankee Quality
♦j IT CAN NOT 3E BETT EREO
2 ' IT HAS FEW EQUALS
5 “GOOD IN EVERY CRUMB”
jj| Sizes' l, 2 and 3 pounds;
!♦ $1.00 per pound in beautiful wax wrnp-
j™ per; on display at the Vaukuc Bak'vv.
gj ak° the Piggly Wiggly Cake Stand.
H CHRISTMAS CREEPING CLOSER—BUY TODAY
1 Yankee System of Baking
® Front Street PKn*-
It llllhin rninnrrtr
SUNSHINE AND SHADOW
BY JOE WEBB
\ Ueadv to Eat Cereal Crisp Bacon
I %P>j|k;\ . rs Coffee
J loielie.ii *
| Stuffed Tomato Salad with Sour'
j Sponge Cakes Hard Itolls
lee Cream Coffee
Helsbels- At Gulfport, Alias., a
former Wacoan has beeu found nd't
guilty of killing bis wife and imme-
diately thereafter he was committed
to an institution for mental treat-
ment. According to that, there are
lots of folks who need mental treat-
ment. In fact we’re pussonally ac-
quainted with two or three men who
never have killed any of their
something that isn't?
You read u lot these days about
empty stockings. But these refer-
ences are not to the stockings of our
lovely cornfeds. Empty is what
they are anything else but, as Mr.
OctftvUH H. Cohen would say
Orie reason we wear a summer
necktie In the winter is Dpi: our
neck hardly ever gels coid, anyway.
That University of Chicago pro-
fessor who was caught peeping into
the bathroom of a co-ed aiuf who
was seized- by the janitor was re-
leased when an o'! tier professor in-
formed fhe janitor his prisoner was
UiiiIi l ie--Cut ft nvfmher of v* ry
ihiu! Siicis rrotaa® coid roaai of!-
lamb and lay thin slice of bacon on
each meat slice. .Mince enough cold
boiled ham or cooked bacou to make '
one-hu'if cup. Add three-quarters of !
a cup of flue, dry crumbs, a grat'd l
onion, one-quarter cup of finely mix- |
eu celery, a teaspoon of minced pais I
ley, pepper, a dessert spoon of su- '
gar and a beaten* egg. Mix well. ■
and if the mixtuie is too stiff, add
a tablespoon of creafli.
Spread a little of this on ta h
slice of the meat and roll it tightly.]
Have a dish lined with the crust, 1
| and lay the rolls of meat in it I
When the pie Is full, pour in one!
land one-half cups of thin cream, I
j brqxrn or tomato sauce. Cover and I
I bake one and one-half hours. A lit-1
tlo butter may be added, though |
• t he bacon should make the pie suf-1
Baited Cucumbers — Take two |
I larft, yellow cucumbers, cut into
j halves lengthways ami remove the
skin and seeds. Oil over, and fit
into « baking pan. Haxe ready a
1 savory stuffing made of one and
one-half cups of crumbs, a grated!
: ortion, om -quarter cup of finely |
: minced boiled liver, a lump of but-!
iter.' p»pp.r, salt, a little sugar, a
Weeping, wail ] beaten egg and one-quarter of a cup
if teeth! Ex -jot heavy cream.
States fi ll off ’ Fill the halved cucurabflfs and
foVember com- !d,18t ,he ,01'“ with li"1*’ K'ntc.t
j cheese. Bake, covered, for eight
before. , minutes, then uncover and cook un-
i news. It i-v. i til tender, not soft, and lightly.
1 a member of the faculty,
j' you' ^trioW hoW Chicago is.
A Chicago jildge granted a wo-
man a divorce because her husband
compelled her to Wash hfs feet. And
now the poor fellow’s feet probably
will remain dry until' he steps Into
the River Jordan.
--— ' .have reformed?
What we can’t understand is how he saw very li
they ever found any movie perform- middle of the i
ers who could give a realistic pre- ! that very few
Ever Marry.” who entertaine
Rev. Atticus Webb (no relation:
to the engineer of this column),!
Who .has just returned to Texas from j
a trip to the east, says there is little
drinking in that section of the
country. Now where the heck hus
2 UNIVtftSAL CAR
which our money system is based
would depend on arous-
le as great confidence in America s natural
have in gold and silver, represented by
Something like that would become compulsory if a chem-
ist discovers how to turn lead into gold.
The Hudson river will be bridged at Manhattan Island,
fogineers used to say it was impossible. The impossibility
of today is the accomplishment of tomorrow.
+■ H Hendrick Hudson could come back to life and see New
York s brick canyons, he would refuse to believe it was the
same place. He would decide he had awakened m another
World, and, after trying to get used to speedy 1921 ways of
living, would want to go back to the grave.
If you would come back to Orange 500 years hence, it
wouldn t take much to convince you that yoti had awakened
A Mkrs. Anything you would recognize? Probably not—
dtcept rents and taxes.
Bfntation of “Don’t
Ibout thie only thing the movie star
does often^r than marry is to get
Now some bird wants to know the
tpasyullne for ‘suffragist/’. How the
beck can there We a hiahculine of
aLroaEfe’ Afisfe:; .bi
America has no real urt, laments
a Critic. That should arouse as
much thanks as regrets.
When a civilisation begins pro-
ducing art, It is ripening for decay.
A golden age ot art precedes so-
Art Is a manifestation of the wan-
ing of vlfihe strength. It is. the
product of softness and ease. Many
are not pleased by this fact. But it
is the rule of history.
Fully*q\srpp*(f with elpctrio start*
*r, demountable nttin, r-xtrn rim,
and van-<tkid titv a!l oround.
'T'HINK of a Ford Sedan with starter
A and demountable riir.3—a really
high-class car having all the comforts
and conveniences that go along with
an ened^d job — selling for $660.
Compete it with any other car either
open or enclosed, point for point, with-
out even considering the hundreds of
thousands now in use or the extensive
Service Organization back of your ^pur-
chase, and you will agree that the Ford
Sedan represents a motor car value
that cannot be equalled anywhere.
Let us take you for a ride in one.
The girls on Broadway are wear-
id# their sxlrts as sjn&t a# eVer.
On Fifth avenue, New York, an
ankle Nrdffh fltfrt fs occasional,
most of th’* parade™ aTe wearing
them It idehes pit thd . ground,
though the new on6s ^ri coming in
eight inches longer titan that, re
MeAdf dtpsedt fdshtod lit Paris.
This will Interest many women
who are hearing that “they’re wear-
ing ’em longer in the east.” We
don’t always hear correctly in this
Hcnv much do you pay for your hats. A trAv^lihgf safes-
rtian says his fiats cost him $40 apiece.
He pays $4 for a new hat -Twice a day he Kai t6 ch^ck
H when he eats m a hotel or restAaraflt. Tips average 10
cents each, to the hat-checkers. The life of the hat is about
h months. When he is through with a hat, it represents
^original cost and $36 tips.
^yFHfc Leader stands four-square with the travelers and
Qftera wfio are conducting an organized cqnpaign against
■tot; idiotic evil, the tipping system.
any one doubts that out paved streets are not fending
|*nio*t resplendent glory to our city dress fet him bat cafet
» ears for remarks casually dropped by outsiders who had
*f»ted us prior to their advent. And by the way—dbfiY fot-
get to vote for further work along this line.
Look in our window for bargains.
All goods priced In plain figure*.—
JOB LUCAS, Jeweler and Optician.
The Aiks mountains have taken a
heavy toll of lives this year. About
140 climbers perished. Most of the
fatalities were due to dispensing
with guides to save expenses.
Economy sometimes is really ex-
travagance, for extremes meet. As
In most of the big things of lire, the
great problem Is to know where to
draw the dividing line.
rage among American intellectuals.
Hypnotized by Russian novels, plays,
•dancing and grotesque
they t'* -
_ -- t paintings,
see In thesh .the sunrise of a
probably. It la the sunset.
Art Is the blossom that comiss when
civilization la abotit to go to seed.
But the agonies through which
Russia has been going may give
her a rebirth of strength. That
would mean less art. mere of the
concrete thihfg of lue. Thus her
future Is hdiferul, if you lodk at it
through normal eyes. ” i
A band of bootleggers, operating
near the Brooklyn navy yard, sells
such powerful hootch that the Na
val Y„ M. C. A. on Sands street
takes in, during one week, '’ll un-
conscious sailors, suffettiig from al-
cpbolic poisoning, One died. An-
Hill Motor Co.
Green Avenue At 3rd
to vote for further
q«ack doctors because they are all bill.
Id gets better somebody invents something.
Here’s what’s next.
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Elliott, Mike C. The Orange Daily Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 304, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 21, 1921, newspaper, December 21, 1921; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth571894/m1/4/: accessed March 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.