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THE DAUT B£yi£W, TUESDAT. MARCH 89. 1921
lUlfiLY TALKS ON CURRENT TOPICS WSmm H. Krafta. Jr.
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EXCELLENT CAST IN TEMPLE PUYS
Young People's League Give Qever
Amateur Eotertainment Sw-
ALL RESPONSIBLE: POSTS SHOULD
HoTHes Khcid by a llor^eshuer
In his admh-able lecture at the Bap¬ tist Church the other ni«:bt. IJoctor Cadman tnade reference to Henry Ford as an example of a man succeeding in ohe thing and failing in another. As a mevlVknic Mr. Fold is a suctess. if not a genius. He Is the world's largest pro- ^^ ducer of automobiles, and no doubt fbe wealthiest man in the trade. But when lie esMiyed to settle a great war with a peat;e ship, whose guests begiin to quarrel before they got outside of Sandy Hitwk. he was an utter failure. V/hen he got Into polltic-s and umbitioned to be Senator from Michigan, he got Into much trouble and cheap notoriety, and when he entered the newspaper field and t)egan to set his Ideas to type, s<.>ini> of which were signed by him,- but not read, he again assumed a job be did not understand, and lost an enormous amount of personal prestige,
Mr. Kord says he cares not for public niivor, and likes the knocks as well as the l>oostM, but that cannot be .so, for n6 man cherishes criticism and abuse. He may ignore it aad pursue his i»ath In spite of It. but to say he likes it, is to defy human natftre.
Somewhere over a blacksmith shop on a country road 1 once saw the sign "Horses Shod By a Horseshoer"—and 1 liked it. It lung true. Here was a man who claimed to Iw able to do one thing and do it well: and 1 ventjj^tre he had all the work ho (ould attend to.
Kvery man to his trade; Shomaking by the shoemaker, tailoring by a tailor, houses built by a carpenter, autos fixed by mechanics, drugs compounded by a druggist, and meat cut by a butcher. And the t^iilor who would fix shoes, or the druggist who would cut meat, or the carpcqter who would fix tialky autoino- bile.H will meet with failure.
This is a day of sjiecialists. They lyiow oni' thing, but know it well, and tho world pay.s them sriocialists' prices. Tbiy look at your tongue and siiy: "Five dollars, ploa.se"—and get It, be- cuuse back of the one look is fifty years' experience lookin.u at tongues.
Fretjuently in the New York papers wlirbo found the advortiseniont of the Hillings wrench—ju,st a iiieco of steel forged into a simple thing that puts on and takes off nuts—the sithplest tool made. And yet, they find it profitable to publish tlie fact that they make wrenches, and nothiug but wrenches, and good wrenches, every one. The shoemaker is sticking to his last. Hut if this firm were to tmdertake to ^ake automobile tiros, they might and pos¬ sibly would make a failure, just as < Henry Ford fails as a publicist and a pacifist, because he Is out of his lino.
In every town there used to be, and still is, 'tlie "handy man"—the fellow who files saws, sharpens stLssors, fit.s keys, mends things generally, and holds himself out as capable of doing 'most anything In the fixing line, but who would take an exscn;sive Watch to a bandy man to tune up'? I once was "bo.ss" of a colored man, who claimed to be a mason, a plumber iind "generidly useful," but he 'was neither a good mason, nor a good plumber, nor gener¬ ally'useful.
At one time I need(>d a hank book¬ keeper a,t alxjut S60 a month, and aurim Flay entitled
Esther and Mordecai," dealing with the iier.secution of the Jews by the .and the efforts of their bcau- The Board of j "^"' 0"^" »" '^"^ «*»««"¦ Supervisors will meet tomorrow after i '^*"' ««" "' characters were: (^een noon and will take up the matter of IK"'*"-'- -Vdolphine Benowitz; The King, the sale ot SSTO.OtW in county bonds ] t>avid Jacobsen; Prince Hainlan. Phil- froni which they will get the mtmies "f> tJoldsmith; Jester. .Mattin Rjiphael;
SUPERVISORS TO ACT ON
1570,0-BOND ISSUE! ;i^;„,^„
to build the Bayview Bridge.
At the meeting there will be adopted I Harasch the final resolution calling for the snh of the bonds and the bond attorneys will reiKirl on the Ininds as in proper form.
W. Fred Starks. county superintend¬ ent of highways, was instructed to i>rc ¦e maps of the state highways In the county at a I'ost not to exieed $50.
Sci1t)e. Ksther Wolfson; Mordecai. H tjueens I'ages, Ixjrotts Puck and Mistress Markheim; Kings Pages, Joseph Friedman and .Mjner Levy.
.Ml of the itmracter* were good and the action of the piece ran smoothly. .Martin Kaphael as the jester was ex- ceiitionally good.
The s<-cond playlet was a two-di t comedy entitled ".Miss Molly," a bright
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James Dowsey, of I'oit Washington, j little thing with lots of actions and appeared before the board asking that i one funny situation after another. The Flower Hill Road Im- widened. His re- , cast of characters was: Miss Molly, a qiuest was leferred to <-ommlttee. sw< et little thing fi'om the Philipr'ino.s,
John Burns, of Sea Clifl'. was ap (jpace Rosenstcin; Joe John.son, a trust- liolnted motorcycle offl, Roslyn Feltenstein; i-ssie Isroal; Reginald fifty year old grouch,
¦ .•¦•ndon. March 27.—AH re«|>on8ibla positions should be in tl)e iiands of young _men.
That, in brief, is the gosTwi preaoh- ed by A. Hurtenshaw. J. P., the eighty- year-old chairman of th^ H^Uham Water Company.
Mr. Burlenshaw advises the shai-c holders to "sock" hinnseir and his fel low co-directors, and put young men in their places, because:
Age brings a failure of faculties es¬ sential to miccess.
old men have not the neces8ar>' mental and physical alertness.
The\ have a gi-owing prejudfc- againsl new discoveries: and
Are given ty garrulity instead cf action. Statement <'halleiifed.
This doctrint;, however. finds a st.aunch opiwnent in Sir James Omtlle, the famou.s specialist, who has dt- dared to the world that old age is a pose.
"None of Mr. Burtenshaw's condu sions ot>ght to be tr^ie." he declares. ".^11 old man need not lose bis mental and physic,i| alertness, *nor the facul ties essentiil to suc<-ess
"He should not be prejudiced against new discoveries—and verv often he isn't.
"It is true a young man may have the liest of ideas, liut he hasn't the experience to bring them to a success fill i.ssue. We hear'a lot about the hanlcned arteries of the man past
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.Mortimer Reese; Anne Peters, his twin sister, .Sadie tJloldfarb; Julian Hewctt, an artist. Hairy Jacob.scn.
It would be difficult to pick any par-
ticular stars because all of the young
(Rt lii«m»U*Bal New. Srrvlte.) I>eoplo weie good and the play excop-
Tallahassee. Fla,, .March 29.—Sale to tionally entertaining. Roslyn Felten- the State of Alaljama of that portion stein put just the Tiroper amount of of Western Florida lying west ot the abandon in hei character. Apalachicc.a River and including the; l.«rry Schloss was very funny in the nine countries of Bay, Calhoun, Es- j role of tho colored butler in spite of cambUi. Holmes, Jackson, Oskaloosa, the fact that he was suffering from Santa Rosa. Walton and Washington, too much equestrian exeix'ise partaken
middle age. but the man who strives |i to j^tain his health isn't to l>e ham; pnrtd by hardened arteries.
I am In my seventieth year, and I am still responsible for bringing into effect my own ideas.
"Am a matter of fact I dread the arrival of a new idea, because I fiever have any peace until I have translated it into practice.
The best man for a really respon¬ sible position is the man who has the experien-je whi
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