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enough to resist the subtle flattery
of the little jade god of dreams and
the coral salvia. .
I think of that little jade god of
dreams yery much. Poor little, lone
ly bit of flotsam that out there some
where in the sea is being cast hither
and thither in its long search for its
Will Fate, who seems a cruel crea
ture, ever bring them together?
Is the story told by Malcolm Stuart
by the "wise man" typical of mortal
Do we, too, have to go about for
countless ages nopmg to tind our
other selves; sometimes thinking we
have done so only to be parted by
some untoward thing and then have
to take up the search again?
Have those two happy .people in
the other room found the very one
for which each was unconsciously
" As Malcolm Stuart said so often,
"It is all mixed upv"
(To Be Continued.)
LOOKING BACK FOUR YEARS
The second day of the 1912 G. O.
P. convention, a remarkable demon
stration in honor of Gov. Hadley,
- Roosevelt floor leader, was turned
intd a Roosevelt frenzy by a Chicago
woman, Mrs. W. A. Davis, who un
furled a T. R. picture from a gallery
seat The Roosevelt mqn, preparing
to bolt if the roll was not purged, con
tracted for Orchestra Hall for their
rump convention, and Taft leaders
announced they hoped Roosevelt
would get out of the party. '
Six days before the 1912"Demo
cratic convention the leaders of the
party, including Norman Mack, Tom
Taggart, Roger Sullivan and Urey
Woodson, got together in Baltimore
and marked time awaiting the result
of the Republican fracas.
New York. Arthur Warren Waite
obtained tay of execution on ap
peal notice filed by his attorney. Was
sentenced to die week of July 10. i
ELDERLY WOMEN ARE PARTY
Mrs. Cornelius Cole of Los Angeles,
at top, and Mrs. Abbie E. Krebs of
San Francisco, at bottom, are the
two oldest women delegates at the
Republican convention. Despite
their age they have been active in
women's political affairs In. Calif ornia
and were selected to represent the
state pn the convention floor.