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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
Goin _^ to the Prom ? Rocker s arc proud to sponsor these as the Cleverest - Newest Evening Gowns at _astonishingly lo \ v prices _$14- 75 to _$27-50 At _these unusual prices you cannot afford to let opportunity pass you _by . 0 ( _T _^ _fO H _ICID _^ Q Fashion KU _L _/ _JlY JbK b Shop 118 East State Street WHERE BETTER GOWNS COST LESS
SCOTCH " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
SCOTCH There is a favorite back-stage story of Sir Harry Lauder , the famous Scotch comedian : — It seems that this popular singer was in the _habit of annually playing a certain town in the south named Berkam . Appreciating the fame of the entertainer of the evening , the stage managers would always make every effort to please the man . In fact , they would often work overtime in order to win the _comedian s favor . One year Sir Harry was quick to realize the courtesy and interest extended him , for he complimented the stage manager several times during the day with a promise of a valuable reward at the _conclusion of the evenings performance . As the last of the _. audience left the building , _Sir Harry beckoned the stage manager , saying , Come into my room . I ve got a splendid gift for you . Trembling with enthusiasm , the manager entered the star s dressing room . Then followed a lengthy conversation .. . featured by repeated thanks on the part of Sir Harry . And , he conclud...
Did You Know That [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
Did You Know That KINGS DEATH WARRANT The original warrant for the _execution l Charles I is in the library of the housi of lords . It was produced by Colonel Ha , _i , after the Restoration , and was the ev \ _im upon which those who had signed it _were cepted from the indemnity act . U . S . GRANT S RIGHT NAME Grant was baptized Hiram Ulysses Gran but on going to West Poin t he reali _zed that _il _; initials H . U . G . on his trunk would _cause _to _. barrassment , so he changed the names to _r _; ij Ulysses Hiram Grant . By error his name _nai entered as Ulysses _Simpson Grant and the csdiii thereafter called him Uncle Sam , or _Sim Grant . After _the fall of Fort Donelson duriii the Civil War his soldiers named him _Uncut ditional Surrender Grant . —From the Menici , WHAT PRICE BEAUTY Can you imagine the conservative _Wonirii Bureau of the United States Department cl Labor putting out a newspaper released infa the above heading ? It is such a peppy _tliij that it deserves extr...
A SLICE OF LIFE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
A SLICE OF LIFE It _was during the _spectacular ninth inning returns from the World _s _Series _that an old man , _standing near me , was _confronted simultaneously by two newsboys of about the same age ,.. . one a negro . Paper ? Journal ? they cried as each anxiousl y thrust a copy toward the gentleman . Now who am I to buy of ? he inquired . You both got here at ihc same time . Buy it of me , piped one , cause I m white ! The man took the paper from the _eager hands of the white boy , tendtting him the required three cents , in return . The little colored lad , _somewhat disappointed was about to resume his cries elsewhere , when he was touched on the shoulder by the old man , who , in the _presence of _the white lad , said : Here , little boy ! Here s a dollar for you ... cause you re BLACK ! MRS . M . B . YONTZ at the SMART _SHOPPE _is prepared to take care of your needs for the new year . _Dresses _, Millinery , Novelty Jewelry , Flowers , Handkerchiefs , Undergarments . 124 N...
$ CLEANING SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
$ CLEANING SERVICE A pacifistic gentleman stopped to try to _settle a juvenile row . My boy _, he said to one of the combatants , do you know what the Good Book says about fighting ? Aw ! snorted the youth , fi ghtin ain t one of them things you kin get out of a book , mister . —American Legion Weekly . The leader of the jaz _? orchestra probably figures that dodging side itcpping and similar antics will make them harder to hit . We _Collect and Deliver Dial 2598 112 N . CAYUGA ST . What have you been doing all summer ? I had a position in my father _s office . And you ? _I wasn t _working , either . —Friend .
TIRED "TUMMY " ON A STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
TIRED TUMMY ON A STRIKE A Few Leaves From a Diary That May Prove of Interest It is 10:00 A . M . Oh dear ! Another warm day ! Wonder if Ill be abused as I was yesterday . If I am , I am going to strike . _Just disposed of a _half-chewed breakfast . We ran for the train , which meant I was so jiggled about and so tired that it took me twice as long to do my work . Hope she gives me an hour or two of complete rest before anything else comes my way . 10:30 A . M . Two glasses of ice water just arrived . It will take all the energy I can pump up in the next hour to warm me up to normal again . 10:50 A . M . Half-chewed _breakfast did not satisfy her and she bought some peanuts and started again . 12:00 Noon . Peanuts have dribbled along _ever since last entry . Think she has finished them though . 12:30 P . M . Decided she wasn t very hungry and instead of a good solid dinner , sent me down a cold egg-nog , heavy with chocolate . Could have managed it all right , if it hadn t been so co...
TOLERANCE [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
TOLERANCE Fairminded as we may try to _be , _there c always enough of selfishness in us so _as n make it hard for us to adapt ourselves to _fc business of living with others . Daily _conna with the same people wears away any _veniei of politeness we may try to put on over _oar real selves . We lose our reserve sooner m later , and show ourselves in our true _colon . Some of us are truly selfish ; others though _. lessly so _. We are either too attentive to pcnpk and their opinions , or we are too _independca to care a thing about them . If we care anything about people _, or have any _respect 1 _«; them , we try to be nice to them . Our an in that case , is to create a favorable _impre _. Al We are prone to criticise the work and fs _- sonality of our peers and are very sparing ii praise of them . We mean to do _right _, hi invariably make mistakes . Still , since _ve n got to keep on living , and we re all _stririiE toward a goal , we could help ourselves _ri others by being more t...
JIM JAMS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
JIM JAMS The other day An old and wrinkled Worn out Hammered down Bent over _Trembling Feeble Creature _, _stoppe d me And laid A feeble hand Upon my arm And said , Don t you Remember Me ? And I ju _st chawed _right On For quite A spell And then I Says Says I , You must Be the grandmother _Of that Fresh and Blooming Maiden whom I _ve Been Staking to Hot fudge sundaes And the strand All fall ! But she Shook a Doleful head _, And murmur _ed Low _Alars ! _Alar-, ! I am not the _Ancestor of The maiden Fair ! I am She . And as I almost Fell into A _swoon Recollected That we Both had Passed Prelims And _Quizzes And finals —To a _More or _Less Degree Within the Week . I Thank YOU
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
We have had reports from Newman Hall which remind us of little Sammy _whose appetite _was _the marve _l of the family . Have you ever had all you could eat ? _asked his grandfather one day . Yes sir , said _Samrm , _lots of limes . How do you know when that time _comes ? Why , I eat and eat until I _feel a pain , and then I eat a little more to make sure . GOOD PRINTING Economically Done NORTON PRINTING CO . _317 E . State Street _ON CE MERRY OPTIMISTS The man who tried to get Los Angeles the night company came in tu _hear his radio . The man who bought pre-war stuff from a strange _bootlegger . The man who thought it was all right for son to have a car of his own . The man who thought a flivver was a match for an express train . The man who thought a husband _was _head of the _house . Those _still livin g are among our leading _pessimists now . —Cincinnati Enquirer . Fair Visitor— Is there some place aboard where I can get a drink of water ? The Gob— _Certainly , Miss . At the scut...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 26 January 1928
ALL RIGHT—BUT ! Two men left a banquet together ; they had _dined exceptionally _well . When you get home _, said one , if you don t want to _disturb your family , _undress at the foot of the stairs , fold your clothes _neatly and creep up _to _lour room , The next day they met at lunch . How did you _get on ? _asked the adviser . Rotten ! replied the _other . I took off all my _clothes at the foot of the _stairs , as you told me , and folded them up _neatly . I didn t _make a _round . But when I _reached the top of the _stairs—it _was the railway slation . _special _MZC-, and price _s in School Portrait _s . _Whatever your _photograp hic _needs be _sure and _consult us . Portraits of Quality Warrington R . Tomp kins • PHOTOGRAPHERS ° PP . Tompkin ; , Co . Bank , 140 E . State St . _Dial 9321 — 2169 _Let the council of thy own heart stand , for there is no man more aithful to thee than it . For a man s mind is sometimes won t to show _ more tna seven watchmen who sit _above in a hig...