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HOTEL CLENDENING Including Hotels, Drives, Guides, Fees, etc. Limited party sails Jan. 16, 1926
202 West 103d Street From N. Y. Jan. 20, from Los Angeles
Within a few minutes of all New York
Buites. excentionally fine cuisine, and an Feb. 5, by specially chartered Cunard
Spain, and France, or Palestine, news s Laconia,' 20,000 tons. Fea
atmosphere that pleases particular people. Syria, Greece, and Italy. turing 26 days Japan and China includ
Write for Booklet O and Map of New York Special rates offered for three ing Peking; option 18 days in India ; weeks' Nile tour for those who
Old established clientele Cairo, Jerusalem, Athens, etc., with wish to join in Cairo February 18.
All recreational features Europe stop over.
Hotel Judson 53 Washington Sq., Write for rates and booklet.
For booklet and reservations,
Residential hotel of higliest type, combining apply
the facilities of hotel life with the comforts of CLARK'S 22d CRUISE, Jan. 30
L. A. TWOROGER CO.
an ideal home. American plan $4 per day and
up. European plan $1.50 per day and up. THE MEDITERRANEAN
or any tourist and travel bureau
SAMUEL NAYLOR, Manager.
Cable address: Princess Bermuda By, specially chartered
new SS * Transylvania,” 17,000 tons. 62 days' BUREAU OF UNIVERSITY TRAVEL
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California 15 days in Egypt and Palestine ; Lis
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Unharmed by Earthquake Furnished bungalows of various sizes ; situated on the foothills among the orange
groves, overlooking the sea. Central diningMEDITERRANEAN
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Good tennis court. Iwo miles from ocean and
The qnaintest and most interesting of all
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Rales for a single room without bath and with 3 meals,
MRS. J. E. CASTLE, Proprietor.
at a Very Reasonable Price JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER New York to New York
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Possession early in January. $30,000 furEUROPE TRAVEL 1926 Seven Summer Tours To EUROPE AND
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Summit, N. J.
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His is the time of year when some of .. The movie news reels have shown us think only of the present.
themselves superior to the newspapers by
refusing to admit any pictures relating to Basket-ball players who staged a Sab
the Kip Rhinelander trial. Will Hays is bath Day game in the new Madison
said to be responsible.
Mary Miles Square Garden, New York, were arrested
Minter, erstwhile player of "darling and fined $10 each for violating the Sab
child” rôles in the films, recently telebath law. Such fines have little effect
phoned from New York to Hollywood to when the gate receipts of the one game
learn of her grandmother's condition. amounted to over $20,000. On the same
Her mother, on the other end of the Sunday “Red" Grange drew 70,000 peo
wire, refused to talk to her daughter, and ple to a football game, with seats selling
the actress had to request the police to up to $3 each. Sunday hockey games
call for the desired information regardwith seating accommodations for 18,000
ing her sick granny. are now planned for the Madison Square Garden and, in view of the supposed The proper time to buy coal, accordsympathy of Mayor-elect Walker, the ing to the Columbia "Record," was ten Broadway theaters are contemplating years ago.
. Sunday-night performances.
At a recent newspaper-club dinner the If Jesse James had had the advantages city editor of the New York “Herald of a movie education, what a bandit he Tribune” received a wire from the office would have been!
night desk man. It read: “We have
been able to find the weather reports for Michael Arlen has pocketed $66,
next week, also yesterday's, but what 964.50 as the royalties on the first hun
have you done with the one for to-day?” dred nights of his dramatized. "Green Hat." However, brawn still tops the Those who lean upon their dignity are market, thanks to "Red" Grange's earn- in need of a better support. ing of an equal sum in four or five afternoons. . . . Several of the oldest and most We wonder how much "Red" Wallingreputable stores in New York are run- ford Grange (*non-grad) will contribute ning large display advertisements in the to the next University of Illinois drive daily papers featuring silver flasks that for funds. His college fame now brings "will hold a pint of almost anything him money even for things he does not one's taste runs to" and cocktail sets do. A cigarette firm has paid him with the caption, “A popular custom can
$1,000 for his recommendation, and be much enhanced with this handsome
“Red” does not smoke.
An old joke from “Life” comes to
mind in this Christmas season: Sweden, a post-card announcing that her
Delia-"Interesting lecture, wasn't radio program in Fargo was enjoyed in
Celia—“Yes, indeed; I thought out
two Christmas presents."
And another one about the young man "Show Me the Way to Go Home," which
who asked his brother, "Are you going now ranks as the best-seller in this coun
to give any presents this Christmas?" try. "Brown Eyes, Why Are You
and the brother's reply, “No; everything Blue?” holds second place.
I got last year was useful.”
This is another of those puzzles of meanest man in the world is the one who
which we are so very fond. It is an tells his children that Santa Claus has
original one from a subscriber in Mattacommitted suicide.
poisett, Massachusetts. What is needed
to complete the poem are five words, December 28 will be the thirtieth an
each composed of the same five letters: niversary of the first public showing of a moving picture. ... In a recent film Among the
of Scotland green
The popularity contest in London American
can wander at their will, moving pictures were awarded the first
Till man appears with — keen
And his arms, intent to kill. four places. They were, respectively,
The sort of man is he
Who kills for sport, it seems to me.
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The other day, in my ramblings, I ran into a small school away out on the prairies that was taught by the son of a pioneer Norwegian minister. The teacher is a product of this environment, and is remarkably well educated. He told me he wrote poetry, and I made him show me some of it. As a result of this inspection "The Last of the Virgin Sod” was promptly forwarded to The Outlook, and as promptly accepted.
To the Wise
ILLIAM C. GREGG's article on the
two proposed National Parks will be followed in subsequent issues by two articles on "An Alpine National Monument" and "Glacier Park, Montana,"
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In this issue of The Outlook
December 30, 1925
Two New National Parks ?.
By William C. GREGG
Afford Farm Relief
By Don C. SEITZ
By Elbert Francis BALDWIN
By Rudolf Ruste
By Ernest W. MANDEVILLE
By M. C. Hollis
649 Mitchell's Conviction.
651 Good for the House !
651 Now for the Senate
652 The World Court's Opponents
652 America and the Move for Disarmament 652 Uncle Sam's Railway Experience 653 Bigger and Better Reclamation
653 A University Gets a Forest .
653 A Department Gets a Home Mosul Still a Bone of Contention
654 Correction and instruction must both work Ere this rude beast will profit
656 War and the Law .
657 A Plague on Both Your Houses! 658 The Greatest Foe of Militarism in China 658 Shakespeare in a New Dress
659 By LAWRENCE F. ABBOTT The Film Trust vs. the Government . 661
By E. W. M.
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December 30, 1925
N undisciplined army is a contra
diction in terms. It is not an
army; it is a mob. And where there is no discipline there is no freedom. Mobs are notoriously tyrannical, arbitrary, cruel. The greatest foes of liberty to-day in America are those who would turn the home into a boarding-house without even the obligation of payment of board, the school into a play resort, and the army into a mob.
Maintenance of discipline is therefore a service to liberty.
The question that arises at the close of the Mitchell trial is not whether Colonel Mitchell should have been tried, or even whether his conviction was according to evidence. The great majority of thoughtful and informed people are convinced that the maintenance of elementary order in the Army required his trial and conviction. The question is whether his sentence serves the end of discipline.
On that point there is a great divergence of opinion. Technically less severe than dismissal would have been, suspension without pay for five years is really severer. His status is that of an unpaid private soldier subject to army discipline at all times. He has received the Distinguished Service Medal and the Distinguished Service Cross of the United States, the Croix de Guerre and the rank of Commander in the Legion of Honor from the French Republic, and decora- (C) Harris & Ewing tions from the British and Italian Gov
An Apparently Happy Family ernments. The gallantry thus testified
In spite of the conviction of the "Flying Colonel,” William Mitchell, on charges of insubordination,
the baby is the only one of the three that looks worried to might well be taken into account in mitigation of his punishment; but, on the reducing two of his trial judges, or other- will stand, regardless of any or all follies other hand, the honors he has received wise, may be dismissed from attention as that the House may commit later along place him under special obligation and frivolous. The President is still the A record of service is already made, and aggravate his offense. Airplanes with- Commander-in-Chief of the Army under cannot be wholly marred. out number could not compensate the the Constitution.
Ordinarily, the House of RepresentaNation for the disorganization of its
tives fritters away the time between the Army. Good for the House !
beginning of the session and the Christ
HERE are those who hold it unsafe to mas recess. But this Congress got fied by those higher in authority than the eulogize a man before he is dead. squarely down to boot heels and bitucourt martial that tried him, it will be There are those, more numerous, who lithic on the opening day, and has been because the interest of true discipline more strongly hold it unsafe to applaud genuinely and constructively busy ever (which is something different from mere a Congress before it adjourns. But gen- since. The first result is the passage of harsh treatment or the imposition of au- erosity is a greater virtue than safety the Tax-Reduction Bill in record time. thority) requires modification.
first. We therefore take the risk of de- It was finally passed by the House on The bills introduced into Congress claring that the House of Representa- December 18. which affect to take out of the Presi- tives of the Sixty-ninth Congress is the This result would not have been posdent's hands the right of appointment to best House of Representatives we have sible, of course, had not the Ways and the Army hy reinstating Mitchell and had in many years. And this statement Means Committee departed from the old
If Colonel Mitchell's sentence is modi. THE