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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1910.
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Lulfre'd la lal Tuii Pnamlflra H.rnotl
Official 'County Paper
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liAII Y AMI Hl! M A Y
H farrier In Tulia .. .II ranli par '
MiTMIHB 'if Tllr. A.i:IA I Mi lltM.
WaM AH laapl
Want Ad ll
I'l. fill iti tlepl . . . ,
( iis-alatiitn Itaijt
K na f sirton
Taad, Mart a I.
Itlaiaad ara tha pour In iplrlt, for tbalri
it tha alnidnn o( kalian.' Mall, ft I.
niril ara Iha humbla aanla thai las
Tkatr ampilaaia and ttofartjr:
Traaanraa l grat-a to tnaa ara tlTan,
And rrowna of )or laid np In kaoran
It i cap I man ha hora a(iln, ha cannot
Ma Ik kingdom of Ood John I I
in providing; froadom of trio
!) land ahould not b cntlraly ovar.
It h not ynt boon aatlafactorllY
kplalnad whVrlncai I'm ahould
hava TO "nlfhtlao" In hr trouaaoaii.
A headllna mym tha at kalaor I
"huajr hatohlnt aom cham" Junt
fw dnya M ra tolJ Hint ha
wail aawlng wood. v
nira.my, aj intrprtd by a aoiith
rn rdllor who otifht to hava haan
a lawyer, la whan ft inn trl to
aarva two niaVtara.
It U hardly fair tt rharfa Beort
Ury Panlala with tlnf "half ma
ovar" whan ha aaJd thla country
wsjiled tha blft nyy on rth.
It Yiat ba amuatnt (a Mr. Tart
to ma how quickly and tnddanly tha
democratic praa has dlxiovarad that
harly hu awm ood point.
Tha bat placa to aflnhrata father
and inn waak, ayaj tha old aipor
Unoad father on tha Dotrolt Nawa. Ia
In tha woodahad.
Tha prealdant'a rWt homa wsii ft
Joyoua ooraalon to ft faw at toftat. Ha
appointed n attorney general, one
t'nlted fttatea a.ttomey ftrvd 14 poet,
Nuppone the T'nlted ")talj ahould
find It nrrrioiary to pnk Maxloo.
Khali wo hava to aJk tho learua of
natlnna whether It ehall ha dona with
a allpper or a ehlngleT
Tho logical rom'lnalon of tho Al
bany Journfl la that it the govern
ment buya wheat at the guaranteed
price, at pubHo expenae, and aell It
at the market price, tha price of
Congreaaman l.llllei tilll to bar
from the malla anything "ridiculing
prohibition" auggnata to the Olohe
I'emocrat that backwrinda memhera
or etata Irglalaturea have no monop
. oly of freaklahneaa.
The Waahltgtnn I Viet think Tree,
idetit Klierl'i threat to turn Germany
looao on the alllea would hara mote
weight If lie did not wear paper
tothca, a Molting paper derby,
lalnglana apectarlen, aeawred eocka,
tuilp ehori and a near-rubber collar
Among the announrementa put out
bv lh- rcci-flt remljiietment ciingrefve
which ttirt at lunahit In one pleading
for Juntlec to tinlnme and the return
cf InitiiK'ry to private inltlathe.
"I 'uring the period of the war," ta
Ihli rceohil Ion, "Hie n.tllnnnl anvcrn
incnt found I' nrcrHiukrv to adopt a
pnlii-y of regtilaMttg concerlc.l ai-llon
In fifl.ln of prnitiicllon and dliitrlhu
1 1 ii ii of the material rerrejary fnr
the auci-eewfiil proiircMMion of the war
Three ineitmirra we.-e ciften In con
flict with the rederal lna pauail Jn
tune of pence. The rrnfiilmnrnte of
the period of read In mrnt demand
that rertaln reforma of co-opcral Ion,
pnxKlhln t!n ring the war, he oornin
lie, I and enlifgpd, Hint the rnntra
(l.ctlone Oft our ptiitute honUs l-r
eliminated t'T proper legtelation, and
llutt there he forinule.tr. I definite
elaiidanla of general bimlneea ron
tlurt, t-apltMliilng aurh ejperlcrrcea of
the u r an hava proven benelrlal
to the public Interest, lloerever will
ing e limy hare bean In Invent the
government with e rraordlnary pow
rre t.i tncel the exigencies of the wm.
e ure oppoped to anv enntiniiatlon
and rteneion of them la limn .of
" oj'poe rtnv evi'tern cf licenc
ing any prlvule tm.i Iifji and the
taking 9ver by the aiovrrniiieut of,
the opei tlori of any line! of I.. le
net. or iniluHtfy hnilt up anal i.irii. ,
on , private liuii.itui'
"Wo I eciiiiinen, nie.ieuren to ln;riM
ithciul conversion of tlo, ar inh i"
mriiii' ii Into pel not ii. jii f..rtn in i
operntlon I ' n oioinlin oi k.iii i .. .1
ij rul r eitiling Imwh or utoli r fidcrat
It glll.llloit mi.ii li- l for lln' lllMri'
"III HerhlliK In ii'Kiilali' tl,e ,,H
rieea of the lounlrv Hi' a'iv cr oin n i
nhuiild l,o ruin, live .nol helpful
mil li'ietjle uinl i.f Imp in hci
wronga rilKl or urn hi.u i Ii il, iln
Invral Ik it l inn, ihul are n , .,uy in
ilmcioMe and niltnJ tlietit Ii'miI, i
currleil on mIiuik ItiuhI lint Ue
deprecate the practice of giving toil
iimlcr goveriimrrit nam llmi charui K
iig.ilnnl IiuhIiichn oi kjiiu.iIioiih hcfoie
Hoy hitvw heen euniit Innl l.y proof"
I MH.IIMIMM, IH.MIM II M V
War revealed art iiitoiuMtlrig cnu
ililiuii In many parl.t of the I nlnd
HlMliN uhuh the huri'iiu of natur.ili
allon of the department of lahoi
I i.i n Junl ma.le puhlic A cordltiK "
a ntalciiKtit iIi.iIiiik wlili l he grouMi
of fmeiffn Itintltiilifiiin In Aiiieiha.
aei lion after nection of tho country
baa liren iflii loeed lot hfilng uioler
the doinlnallun no) of American In
"HtiilloiiH of government. Iml under
tliul of the mont Inimical ntn mi
Ami nlcan fin not of foii lKn autin
In many citie t hihlien I y the
llppi-atol, have heen round wliu have
mat been allowed tho Inherent rlKhl
to apeak In Iheeclinoln of their train
ing In lite I'lnglleh tongue. They
have been taught n foreliin laHKUage
and practically compelled u uKn Hint
language ricept wheie their ronlin t
wild other people mudn It ulvli.nhle
to apeak the lungiio of the eiuintry
of Ihelr hnino They have been dlt-
clpllneit for failure lo imn that fur-
let ri tongue In every practicable way.
They have linen trained lo elug and
to revere the patrlolln aim of coun
Irlen other Ihun Iho tuiintry of their
birth. They have been taught er
that they would grow up In a firm
conviction thnt rlghteoua govern
ment alone could ba achieved by
aonie other form than that which !
here created and ohaerved by oil of
In view of theae revelallona there
la llttln wonder that the American
nation found I'nelf handicapped by
Incipient Ireaaon when It had nmi-
Ion to go lo war with a great power.
The jiropagaPvllate, Herman or other"-
wlie, were aalutn In Ihelr , me! Inula.
They did not often teach aim. .lute
Ireaaoti to their ptiplln, but Ihev did
manage lo create In the voting mind
a etata of aentlment that made real
patrlotlam JmpoaeHhle and ruined
them tip to be potential, If not active,
traitor In their country. We have
all along decried the ehll.Uah folly
of Ihoae who would take a aplte out
on a language for the elm of thoae
who ejuike It, but when we coneltler
the damnahla Intrigue made poa
alhla by that language we ar not
blaming anybody for Inflating that
foreign langifagea In tha achoola he
ahanlittely prohibited, at euat until
III pupil hna reached the age where
the attitly of language becomea only
an accnmpllahment and not a funda
mental. Iienperate 'tlleeaara reijtilre
deaperata remedlee, and we niunt act
without computation to nave our
yoking people front the aalute In
trigue of thoae who peek Ilia rmh of
WOIUIIJ) WIIII.K WK Kl.l IT.
Hevenly eecret trealle heiwecn
Japan and China, putting ('hint In
.la pan 'a grip, are revealed, aaya Hie
National ltepuhlican. They were
put over while Japan alllea were
huny fighting a war In enve the
world for democracy. The wav for
them waa opened by the preaent na
tional administration when It an
nounced the ilot-tttiie of Japancxf
"ipecl.il Inteteat" In I'lilmi. Wo me
naked to go Into a wot Id league on
equal teima w ild the gov eminent
which haa worked while we elcpt In
contravention of the very purpose
for which thla war h.ia bet n fought,
and Japan, aeaenting o ihn league
of nation, aa one of the five grr.il
power, declare that the (onflrtnn
tlou of theae treaties is t ona.ment
with the proponed world pact .More
and more It becomes itpp.tient that
II ia Hirtlanhle for the American
people to urrlve at a pretty clear un
derstanding of the teal implications
of certain prnpnee l art ingxmenM
I; sccn,s ill.-- ; - :i p.s- i. e ti 1
(e'l, . 1 be rirl aju !vp ,i' , :!l ell v ''l
Olll !Oa ill' I'l II I In- H 1 k Who
1 1 ina-io tcrs whin a Li' '. . uiv-.lcv lua!
uuaUiliea w ui an a-o.il,'
V 'I -h ..Ki I III . h.l.-, M. Joi ,n
i'i" o i ),,. i- I,. i i,.,t t, , w,i,. ,
"" il V Ii. Ill ."-I .1 .e ,4'i , of
M ,1 I OH.-e lei ee k I .1 U'e, W.Pll a U
loon,- nlihoui h.ai.tiK any InMoi
v pi i m i i
' ' iliipl.e , II , , I h.- I ' I
..in- I, ,l,o, M h., I ,, ,,, I
;.u and i.ipil. no, I ih-ii Ii i jmw a I
In.lller OI pil'i.lp.l I'miii vvrotiM ,
, 1 1 1 I to I. A a no-11,1 men I liii-aio.
now lu-o m li.it il li.in Hivvuve meant
I l i !" of . I 1 1 i a io cetilr. 1 1
III, IV lll-O lo , lo I, ,., Hi H Irilieill
In a Hi-io.e, :ti iii.it ii j,in,imi, me
will k lion I, e " i ,i 1 1 1. 1 1 1 iloitrliu- that
'"riii iii who h.ix ia -1 divide wild
I lo in w lio ho o I
A recent "1' 1 1 If. .a to I, let roniii leport
-i wet n ml him it,-, houi-) miinn.
r,uoiir- li iii.imi- an i-ffuit to
n I -oi. I ,le .alia 1 I I ' , I- on to f I t I , e
ilowii iii Ih,. I l,nu rimke lillo-
el l ' t il lioiin ."
I la I I ! IV l III! Me V en ii.i I ! ig clt.
cuiiixiami.Fi in tbi pinte ,,r .1 i:
.-i I , -1 1 , 1- I I , Ii, I i-ioIm o-.l r. 1 1 xla f i
" brink iii Men t un .in, I i.in uw,i-,
lo .New 1 hi li with iinollicr m. iii a
Wife, lie, ,,".- l pi,t ll.ii Mi-i-Vllle OII
the in, ii Npuii .. In, entered a
plea of K'llHy to ii- i h.trKe of em-
be.h lit, loi l , i , , I h,. , ia i oli, .
i nihle "hu hw i ',, Hi- oilo i , hatgc
I I I tin.l. r.-io,, I thai .1 no in le
Vt III. i fill il Kill pi, .,l ,.. , 0,1,01.
Main at Hie nevt ion oi in,, eup-
locllii lil.il pe I t . I al 'IViKi'llll'll,
piovideil he on up hit mind
by III It llllle III, h line of tlie
"poweia' he wi I epl cm-Ii!.
The w ,ir d.-p.ii inn ,, ' I,, ur.inle.l
,MlliU lleihl-ll M I'll k i, lean- of
ill, M io f,,r i.ii ,.n t ,,,. I,),,, Hl,
0 p mi I t ii ii 1 1 y lo a-ci-tln-ii whether
1 iklithonni i Hy wan' him f ir
The I Ik I ' 1 1 v I'M -., , , Iii I leek .
Iiiiiii cniiniv, hn a neii llie rui nil -
VVtltlllK oil lle K ill It I- lliaillnir II
dally e, 111, mi i,ii mj n t c i im xSurt rr
vivhI r-iiinp. hoi- tr .in the I'.ili ia New n
The ail. I f islilniia-d m ui who hunt ,lc, a,
hU Inoni'v In n s ., K now has il
Krandiliiualiter who Invivls beta In
Hllla etaicklHK' It has J 1 1 t ahoiit
gotten a, i In this r mirv thnt (he
mini In the hole Irh s to make a nose
like a goailoplsl iiur iriii'Ki la that
the mini with a taw sal or teeth
teeH like at M inters have move,) Into
his Inljei- I 'ui tlu'i more, our eon
leittlain is that no vvoman who weliiha
-HO pi'illhli 1 1: 1 1 1 to try lo be u
eiit-ltp Another illsa.lv antage the
-lames brothers labored miller was
that lliey dliln't think of pretendlng
to he uorKhiK In the Interest of Die
proletariat. Mis. vmlli aavs that
the . miaou ehe h.m to hear the en
tire lespnnelMIHv of llttln Pansy's
musical education h hoc. mat everv
lltne tlie child pi.ieitces am a clitealc
jilei'e her father litis to make her
pluy it tune
Little Ben's Notebook
Yrstlddav a ft n noon me ami I'uda
HI ink I ne waa vvawklog along think
ing about dlffrenl Ihinits ami tnwk
Ing nhout notiio of them, and aa 1 1 of
a eudilen 1'uds sad, il. itosh, and I
end, lioall, II MeenlnK a lol or
aiuoak coming out of a seller whi
tlow, finis aavliiii. Wat do you Nay
we tern In a alarm?
Wat alai Mm nay we ring the door
hell and tell Ihem feral mo Iheyll
have lime to get out? 1 aed
Well. If u lady conies lo the door
lets brake It to her gently hv de.
grees so she w ont faint or env thing,
Well wat ir she r.sinU envhiiw? 1
ped, unit I'll, Is eed. If we see she's
golna to flint we tan slop telling
And lbs Htoosk kepi on coming
on! ami we went up rtie friitit siepa
ami I'uda pushed Ihe heil button
once and I pushed II lence. saving, I
hope It uni t a I olv
Wlfh H waa. ha-lng a ll'tle r.b I ti uln
t i'lv iv!h a fat Iv pres.sutii, savltn;,
W ell. lo
Meeniiii: w.i! did we wild and I
ss I Vie these vour seller w inlows'
W e-a M-ifl'nv sitlcli a a 1 1 1 - -4 1 1, 1 tl
ao Hie la lv. and I'uds scd Itmh of
Wst olv earth tire au d'-'-li, at"
sel the ladv Looking us if It wuuM
a'nt taKe mutch mote to tu iUc her
start in f utit. And after a IIH wl
I ad H ive iml saw them I 11-11 "
Have voii saw Wrt's aoiuille; ool of
them' aed Putt
lis sioiavk. your hoii"e Is on fire.
o 1.01 reel like Minting" I set
I fell like hoMtn: vo.tl ea-'s M'
w ti'lng mv ilttie wen lv, e,,t 2 plea
in Hie oven !hi need w it, h tur. tlials
my heeler. It tflw 111 etuo.iks wen I
make a tiaav fiie s'd the ltd. n-l
she shut the ,oo,- ,in,t lue and I'll Is
looked In the seller window- till the
anouik made u cawff ami thti 1 spu
no waiwklng. me -siv lni! I' vv on In''
of belt her to nv Mulch oh'lgel.
wivull If sod I'uds a.ivlng Mil be
she w rment
VA'i. h msvtie he w ivent.
T ui'silav. Mart Ii I. IHItt
ti opv 1 ,k-ht. I'll'J. bv the M.'flure
New sp.iper I- v ri.l i.'.i I c 1
I air I'l, I. Is ples.ie.l I v the s'ar-a
toihiv iiai'ot Hug lo as'r,,loi;v. Ve
litis. N'-ptutie and lb.- .sun ate a'l In
benefit- .I'-prt t
TI01 planets pre ige s,u , 1 -,m t
whatever we-cin iimla-'t.tke w-tth
l-,ft iiloi I',,).' ..ti 1 ,-, oc" 1 1 lou and
lul'-lni .-s 'i ,t.-.,i'i ;lv i c fot ,y-h.i.ow -ed
to this 1 on I 1 1: ,1 1 a ! 1, , ii
I lr; a 1 , ' t. 1 1 ton s of vi, -men vv " et
ea , tv,, wllespie.ll powe- .luring fit'
1 nui in v r 1 1' I ' ' 111 1 1 1 .- that
llnv VV'. I i'l', nine ,,r . v t - .1 o 1 I ma t v
Im pot t 1 nee in nail, ual ntt'irrs
I'tletc w,' tic new . 1 bis .iniorg
waonrn an, weilth vvi'' 1 ! one uf
I he- e t o .1,, pllsb I k ' ' t Work
Tins is i fiuiiin.iie sw.11 . (or
thealrts and fv t'ics. vvti- p'lv I i
thru, t'lCedlso viiM Wi-i tlltll
lafter tills sa-l I a-luls ,
I y, pi , -pi. .Me I that ",. , !ui.l en 1
I'll! II thla I ' I VV l! ba I'll ;,,i, , IV II 11
llllir-'ll, !-.-Vi .I'll 1 e'l 1 l Il t lih
Mrl'l l! I" W.'s for 'he VV I ' t lltlll'
Il I I 1' ,'t. ' I !.,,,i -he III! I nines, uf '
the lii-i 11- I ihe -itiMo-wn irre.'lt'
sou a tlrii have I" t-n r-aiiiftci-l in '
I'l-t'l'i.c', e 1 onie-. 11 '1 ,. t a nv
makii g tor fir teaching gu'tts tin I
Itl.tnv to-w eniei pi l-M-s
T'he ..cell, torcl.i! an cri of su
preme I-,, slut s-i ,,itiiM whiih w.ll
. '. '. w I ' re - u n , iii,-i ii-,'-,!ii,
.i !. ' I - I'l '''I itl ll ' he- e
w ; Oc 1 . w 1 ' - res t h" m ' I'' . h!
' o .; ., ,.t !-,':-,, I I , !,,!'',
W ' t ,' p. .'i a ' on .' pea-
,' -I ,' ! .- v ;i .; i w:ii t e .1
o, w .!-!,- 1". I t o- .it; i'i,1 f,.e a'lisiic
M .... 11 ; 1' ' be, a- ft-!
mo.ia -i.s fi'ic'i;ri 1 at liedrals an 1 '
4 utobiogmphy of-
Sii-.ii: or '" i n i t ! i'im-i
UltV-Vpl te.l - ,,i . , , , ,
tn.illeifi wan tint a pa'riolle I
MiFtuti nfi leiarvtrhip of the na, arid iidilnig. "I have a coiia-erii,
ij, minis .is, in put on record my earned belief that In New York
. - oi,, I . doii.i; I h
I l hat
inn gather from tho,- of your countrymen I have lutelv seen, fur
Home k I opportunlHes lor a persistent optliul.il like myself to show
In ia mil to he lighlly illsciiiirnged. limit suppose thai things aire
i.peii,ii,y n , e ii a lady would nay, In r. lit ope either. They are not
I Mi In lie was a very friendly and eitraordlnarilv competent observer of
'liiimts Amerlian, and lliere wis this distinct note of illacourageenint
I about unr future in the Intimate leiter he was thus endliiK. Yet thla waa
!nt the va-rv l ine when Ihe l ulled Xl.itea was entering on a duxen years
''lining whnh anir people a compllshed mote good, and came nearer reali
liiK the puesihilities aif a great, free and i um.. ieniioua tleniocrai'y. than
'il'iiltia uiv ntlier dwren years in our limhirv. sue only the years of Lin
coln s preiii rn y ami the period during wholi the iimIIoii waa foutulcd.
Till; W A It Or" A M Kit If A Till: I It K A I Y .
I onseilelo a.
Ii 1 1 1 V of Hu
new I h I UK
the I rilled Htates will
will always be r I posed
,:nivest inlamllv, when
Americana learn only
pel lem a-
There soul, I have been no vvar In 1 1 1 :' if In the prevlotia ilea ade Ami r-h-a.
1 nste. 1, 1 of announcing Iha! "peace waa her passion." Inatead of acting
00 the llieoiv that tin.reiati-ilniss at 11 Is war. had been willing lo go to
tho i v 1 1 1 11 f p.nvntliig a riea-t f 11 s, ore c, f ships or the line However,
In that iae ilmihllesa the very men w hy in Ihe actual event deplored tha
Ions of lite and waste of capital w lib h their own suplneneas had brought
about would have loudly Inveighed against the "excessive and Improper
cost a,f .,1 inanieiita," So II all came to about the same thing In the end.
TI1010 is mi more I horoiix hgmrig Intefiiiitlonal Mrs tlummldge. and no
mora- uiii-tlv usa-les and often titteilv nilschlev 91 citizen, than the pence
at uii v prl'i'. iinlver.il-rh!tratlon lypa- aif being, who le always complain
ing either about war or else about Ihe 1 tist of Ihe armaments which act aa
the insurance ngalnat war There Is every reason why we should try to
! limit the tosl of armaments, as I base
sis,, cva-iy reason lo remember that In Ihe present stage 01 civiiir.auon a
ptnper iirmniiient la the autest guarantee or peace -anal la the only guar
antee that war, If It does come, will not mean Irreparable and overwhelm
In Iha- spring of 1HS7 President M,Klnlev nppolnted me assistant eec
reiary of the tiavv. x I owed the appointed chiefly to the efrorl or
Senator II f. Lodge or Massachusetts, who doubtless waa acltiateal mainly
hv h s long and close rua ndshlp fur me. hut Jo 1 like lo believe -by
his keen Interest In Ihe n.tvi. The first book I had ever published. IIS
Veats previously, waa "The History or the Naval War or 1812," anal I
have nlwuya taken Ihe liitcra.-al In Ihe navy wlilih every good American
ought to take. Al the time I wrote the haiok. In the early eighties., the
tiavv had reaa bed Its niidtr, ami we were then utterly Incompetent to fight
Hpalti a.r any other power that had a t"vy ' '41 Hhorllf uflerwarda w'
began tlmblly nnd hesllaii ingly lo build ui u fleet. It le amtialnf to recall
the roundabout steps we look to accomplish our purpose. In Ihe reaction
sfier the colossal struggle of the ITvll war our strongest and most capable
men had thrown thrtr whole energy Into business. Into rinlney-niakliig.
inlu development, and above all Ihe exploitation and exhaustion at the
must 1 apld rate poselble of our natural reaourees mines, forests. Moll and
1 nets. These men wrr nut weak men, but I hey penurfted tbentselvea
to grow shortsighted anal selfish, and while manv of them down al the
bottom possessad Ihe fundamental virtue. Including the fighting virtues,
other wereiurely a.r the glairlNed huckster or glortfled pawnbroker type
-which when developed to Ihe excluilon v everything elae makes about
aa poor a national type as the world haa aeen. Thla unadulterated hua kater
or pawnbroker tvpe Is rarely keenly sympathetic in matter of aocial and
Industrial lusllce. and Is usually physically timid and like to cover an un
worthy fear of the most lust war under high -sounding names.
It was re-enforced hy Iho large mollycoddle vote the people who are
illy ami morally, air who have a twist in inem wnicn manes
t iiniankeroua und unpleasant as Ion aa they ewn be no wllh
, r bodiee. In addition there are Ihn good people with no
huiH no fairealght who think war will not come, but that ir
It doa come armle anal navle can ne imprnvineu a very tre ei-iot-,,,.
typtried by a aenalor I knew personally who. In a public peech. In nnewer
to a uuestlon a lo what we would do If America were suddenly assailed hy
a first alass military power, anawered that "we would build a ballleehlp
In everv creek " Then, among Ihe wise and high-minded peoplo who In
self respecting and genuine laahlon strive earnestly for peaa-e. there are
the foolish fanatic always to be found In such a movement na nlwavi
disa redittng It the men who form the lunatic fringe In all reform move
incuts All these element laken logelher maale a body of public Opinion so
Important during the decadea Immediately succeeding the t.Tvil wor as lo
put a atop to any aerioua efrort to keep the nation ill a condition of rea
sonil'le mllitaiv preparedness. The ri preseiil.illvea or Ihla opinion then
vnled lust a.-a Ihev now ala when Ihev vole against battleships or agnlnsl
fiutifvlng Ihe I'.tnamii canal It would have been bad enough If we had
hi-.n content to be weak and. I'l view of our weakness, not to bluster
Im 11111 pi
w as 1 i'
vv.-ic not camion! wllh such a policy. vie vvisnen 10 enjov me
llhb limines of an tinbrbllcd tongue and an unready hand There
tv I n He element w hich was Ignorant of our military, weakness. 01
1 eiioui.h. unable In uinlerst .1 nd It. nnd anolhef large eleimnt
i 1111 ' 11 1 ill'
win. Ii I I to plea.- its own vanity bv listening to offensive i iik annul
foil-lull nations Ac, in dlngly. too in inv of our politicians. rt-pccfiill '11
cotigtas, found that Ihe cheap and easv thing to dn was to ,lease tha
fiiuli-li pein e people bv keeping us weak, and lo please the foolish violent
people bv parsing ilenuncl.itoi y resolutions about International matters -
rendu is whit It would have been Improper even If we had been strong
Their idea was to please hot It Ihe moll v caotdle vote and the vote of Ihe
lntciouMon.il til! twisters by upholding, with pretended ardor and men,
inn lligcni a .1 iistmnal policy of pem a- wllh Insult
I abhor 1111 lust war. 1 abhor Inlustbe and bullying bv the strong at the
expense t,r the weak, whether among nations or Individual. I abhor
v lull-in e and bloodshed. I believe that war ahould never he resorted !)
when or so long as. it ia honorably possible lo avoid It I respect all men
..-.1 to. fr.io. hnrh motives and with sanity and self -reaped alo
all tin v 1 111 to -iv
av ei t mi, und I '
tei unlive In dlslion
.1 I describe the
tul met IV
guilt v, In order that
-1 tiv I In c foUv.
t 'he time of which 1
W c did nd
and .is we ,uii,lune, bluster In speech with refusal to make anv prepara
tion wh.it aoever for na tion, we were not taken seriously In ra turn, tlind-
mliv a slight change for the better oniitrcu. trie writings 01 lapiatu
Mali in pi.iiing no small pikt t therein W e built some modern cruisers: to
slarl with. Ihe 1 pie vv bat felt lhat battle-hips were wicked, cutiiprmnlslng
vviHi their iiiisgiiol. d consa rt-nces bv saving that the 1 misers rouhl be used
I,, 1 our commerce" -which thev rould not be. unless thev had,
bat! 1. -tups t.i ha, k them Then we attempted to build mure powerful;
f m in uiv; v
l-.ii 1 i. -ships 1-
, lOl pt OIII1--.-.I
them 1 00, bill"
,.f In,! Il IV pe
thought that 1
- and as there w is a section ait tne pumic w no ri ri gaim-.,
i,o-.s,.ksiiiS a name Immorally suggestive of violence, vv e I
lo , ill.ng tb" new i-hips armored crui-eis. and making
wrth cviuislte nliitv all ihe alefaots and none of the v.rtues
TIomi we goi to ihe point uf building battleship. Hut there
. ool, In- onliilon. ..s old as the time of Jeffetson vv lib 11
11 the event of wat ail
ib-fa 11. a- Hi it we should do ii i' t ti .' ii g
a s sen si , ,- . 1 -a 111 1 1 nl a I'lHeilgllli'
,lng insti l I ' r-t b iting iii meet the
'wall nicintng "npl- we provnb'd for
:'...,, ..1 ,1,-1, . ii.iila-sbiias. meaning
wottbv .1- ihev ought to
th. i ought to bine had
I h 1 1
f. is In
tp 11 1 ,1 t
ht, li'l'.i. bv tin- MiiTure Newspaper Synduuiei
I mcvM.n s ..re f i.idowe.1 an ! one
nf ihi'M' ti.O I'.illl T' Wi-'iitMl
' ( .!! ;'- ..fin' iiii lrr i ! i 'tun f
thf ins Ui it .r(iUr-t It t pr.'s
tf ' mil t '1 I I'
Ht.ll !l"i,' iM 1" ll'irV- I it 1 .H Ik'i's
uii' -wiMifi i- .1 f.r Cin;'i .llrcc'in..
, I'l't.-i'iis w h"n I'lr lul.i: It Ih
, -.hi Ml ,1 I "Itl tl I ,(K With ?litlrV
, iHiL-t! ' !' hfu or !!.. ciaktiii; of
t hil'-l.-'-s tM UM t fi'T' Uli.lTH
1 '(,;;, l -u "-in in urn .l is ,ir.' likr
1 !v 1 it !h ic.ttril ,uni 1 niM nrt h v
'Tilt-.. v.Mr. "Ii if I'M i' .tic nften
ITt' fM i-1 1 WI'll ! ll ! it :i rO t' I'M ' S
T("-l!' ,: r. .'.il i nim' w Nt.
t iirilinal l.llihnn. MoiMintl
M.'t r'-.fi ' , i:,.r.i -t o
he - 'i:erk iii
iot la-. it in j Hie tla'iiarl nient were from
"Ikln. an eilitor who In lulu, natlonul
wrote pioieH'Ing ngalnat my laklng
Hi.. .Id w,,ik of whlah anv Amelia an laolay is capable
and ctthlhltliiK to Iha- young men tif the country Ihe
spea-taa-le of a very Important nfrice ad mtnlatered hi a
man of high a -Intruder In the mini efficient way ullild a
ihntisand illffli nil les Aa a lesaaiii In politics I cannot
think or anything mure llislt uetlve "
About the same time I hail a letter fronK.Mr. (afler
watds Amli.iaaadorl Juinea lltyce, alao eipreaslng re
giet thai I was leaving the police department, but
ii I lira 1 1 v with much more n pprectatlon of Ihe work
that was lo he done u the navy department. Thla
letter I iiiole with hi permission, because II imiveya
a la-Fiaou to ihn-i' what aro Inclined alw-aya to think that
tha- conditions tif the pieaant time are very had. It was
written .1 1 1 1 v, 7. I97 Mr Mryi n spoke of the uiHel
hlllty of aomliig la, America In a inonih or no. and ton
tinijeil hojin I mav have a a haio'e of seeing you
If I alo get over, and or drawing nunc, comfort from
you its i, u ir, In your ptilltli-al phenomena, which, so far
iilwnva be unready for war. ami ,n
to grcal eipense. and to Ihe possl
the nation goes lo war. Thla la no
from a alaslraiphes anal not from ci-
lend to grow excessive, tut! there is
crt war. I advocate preparation ror war in tuner 10
houbt never advoaate war unless it were the only al
fially a,f which so many of our peo(
we may 111 our own uay uu un our
write take our foreign duties gerloufly.
our problem ougni to ne
ne of a-oasi
rH'f'l u pei attacK. .111 auiiuue .100111
ami r,r, i. a " , ........ .
susceptibilities of this large
lindi-r t he name of
thereby that we
dial nut make them
pave oren, or won none as iiunn 1.011
Then we decided to timid real battle-
:ll ren aito'd a lingering remnant nf pniilie oplniuii
oas! ill-tense iheoiv, and we met this III beaut fill
: for '-ei going 10 ist defense battleships the fi't
a 1 on'r oil, t.oii 111 terms hung nf very small itinse
th" t i' t that we alid thereby get leal haltle-hips.
I To be cunt Itl ued I
GREER TO LEAD SPEAKERS
AT Y CLASS WEDNESDAY
' 11 1 1 1 ' , f ! it ' " vrt-M, 1-ri
of ih -h.iMi.H"' uf ' 'i n i-rrc w Al
ti th- Hpfeikrr at tin I'lil'Ii'' h,fai:!u
1 ;,tis of th" M M . A. NVrJnpu liy
n.Mht He will p ik on thtthjf
1 t hi or . i;rt trr or !
th( fl'H! nf t.1H M f.Mir H!9
pr.'M m.Mlrrn riv;l.K.i,..n a frii.ur' "
!f ;i.),si' tif th jit rvpoOdiiM.
opa-ruMR t ht tJmt f'r tlte rnrr;
nit. hits .,n pMOpotif.l f-on. Mornliv
: .1 11 mil W oil (i .!.! r rn ;r.g
T o t !t"k
Tit 1'ii'iittfT nf fi t 'vlifru for
. 1 t -v h.i v n vi r z t w t K
')- 1 ' ( 1 iti.', I'ck I'.'f.i; tin
!.i fi; t'! l t i 1- t- ti i L-r J
I: 'h p!.irt i-f thf off ..(It ci
'h.'if t- ho J 1 nut'!,.' .irt-afi' i-i if..-
Mi. i- f .ilLrr. ti..' r.VlIrH.in'a !.. h.
(.!,-k.'.1 frnpi m-oh. !m" -i of Ur i I t.v.
l-l, rtu no lias kims
I-!, lull s lumber, I.Vg ir l lowerton,
waa one of those huppy go lucky
erealiiris who, having no grudge
j again! lifi', radiate friendliness and
, i heer as a ca, riifnrtahle, pussy rat
Kiwe'cfr purs l.dgar had nureiiie
i , airifidenee In himself lie look fall.
urea with ihe nonrlialani e aif a Jag-
ball or two just to
show you the difficulty or his reat I
and the ultimate triumph or his skill.
lie seemed to think everybody was
or ought to be Interested In his work,
Just sv t hey wuiilil be in a new In
vention nf Kill sons Had any
stranger on the street walked up to
flowerton and said. "I know you;
you're the young chap who haa
thought out lhat InatantHIieoua wa
ter heater! I want the honor of
helping v on to puccese Take thla
mlllnn dollars and alo with II its you
please.'' K'algur would have aa-cepted
I the aid without aurprl-a or any par
ticular sense or obligation, lie would
have smile,) bis pprei-la t lou and en
tertained the bmiefaa-tair with hla
own money, but w ith Huch t harm
that the man would have failed
afla-rward to reaall whether 1 1 1 a
debtor had promised lo repoy or nail
Ned bad not been at the Kerrol
home a week before all Arcadia was
mure nrTbpa under the epeU or Inn
handsome person, bis gay manner
and Ihe air or succen he managed
to throw around htm.
imly ,nhn 'a-rrol legtirdi-d his de
bonair hi uibar In law with iiiiltn
paanioiieat friendliness I'errnl had
pa I net us Ingly examined Ned a Inven.
linn nnd was a good ileal surprised
a! Ihe boy Ingenious work, .lie he.
lieved there was Kometitliig prrt.th.il
there nnal something profitable If
certain details could be worked out,
the model t onipli'ted. the patents ac
apnred lie must keep Ned steadily
at work. Hint was the main thing
The contrivance waa for am.ill
house and claimed a vast Improve
ment over any heala-r et alevlsed
Huon the Hlakea and Hie Kenns nnd
other neighbors of the frrrols were
interested In It And all the women
nf all ages wcie IntereMeil In Ned
himself There waa no mlat.ik lug
KiHth woman 1 ke. was proud of
her good looking hrolha-r She for
gave JI I '.lake for ,p.ist offenHea,
gra'al and Minall. as sa.a.n aa t.ll Ps
gall to rave over IMgar. and prompt.
Iy Invited her aiid her debulante
nleco r,ir luncheon When Martha
I'enn ol,t Ldllh lhat Ned ITower
1 0 11 loot the most . harming manlier
und delightful personality she had
ever aeen r(ith a heart warmed
more to her thim ever. She told
ever) body that she "bud brought
him up." though as a matter of fact
she waa but six years Im senior and
had not laid eyes on Ned alnec four
In short. Kdith Kerrol was Joy,
ouslv happy at Ned s coming and
listened eagerly- when Jil)i one night
said with whole smiled earnestness.
"Well, Kdle. guess we'll have to piT
tip our surplus on friend brother
little toy' I've had Thalmsen, from
the Light end Tower company, look
the thing over and he n sure It s a go.
Al lllake anal a mechanical chap h
knows think Ihe name and adv ;ae me
to take the Invention seriously. Ne)
savs It positively won't take more
thuti t.''00 lo put the finished beater
on the market and I well, girl, I'm
going to advance him enough right
awav to complete the working
model. If lhat proves up, I really
think we'd better risk Ihe rent."
Kdllh'a eyaa filled, 'nil, you dear
obi liov;'' she whispered Into hla
nerk. her vol' a husky with love and
gratitude. "Ymi will never regret
It! Ned wont disappoint us. I
know be has genius; aomehow I
I've always felt it."
It was a 1 r argument, but It
had Its weight with Kerrol peverthe
less, for be loved his wife, hail f a II h
in her Judgment, and wa fa.st loalng
his doubts of Kdgir's ability.
And aure enough. Ihe boy alld set
tai work In at'iid earnest lie fitted
up the Kim rot cellar wi;h his "Junk."
as he cheerfulv tailed bis tools. Ills
1111i.1I 1 :ind welding 1n.1tfi1.1K his
m -At- v-
Convention Hall Tonight
III .- w e! nine t'
S"Ut hu "I s en
House, t" h.. It
St. I ll'l. 11 ,! I ', , II".
M I I . ,
,,ou are tnviteil to make
Siuir selection from our Isrite
stoa k to sa-lect the plsno
chosen and used by the
world K RroateH Artists
Call and allow us to explain our payrhile yw-play-plan
which makes your home the greatest music
heating apparatus and boiler. When
he waa ut work h waa a difrrent
fella, w fraatu the care free chap of
the drawing room. In his khnkl
trousers and blue flannel shirt,
leeves rolled up and race smutted,
he was the peinoniricatlun or Indus
try and resolution.
The Kerrol children worshiped
him ia a sort of composite fairy
godfather. man from Mars, ami
Harttti flans Little Jack wa In a
chronic slate or beatitude, for If be
111 not actually playing with L'nce
Na-d' drills and hammer, he was
alwava hoping to be given thnt de.
leelablr treat if he was "a good old
scout and did evreythlng hi mother
and slater told him to."
And while Kdlth'i days were
fuller than ever and her rtlonev
problems heavier ror dlvvl a rent
did young brother contribute to the
household budget, and sake alive,
he dial eat hearty he wa happy
and her heart waa full of hope.
(To be continued
alleged Wafting" sailor
at great lakes ends life
! ('lllfACJ'). March S Six sailor of
j ihe tirrat l-nkes. naval training nta
1 I Km are 111 cualody and the body of
: another -a suicidn I In a morgue,
as a result of alleged grafting In con
j nectlon wllh the discharge of men
from the station, t wa learned to
' night. Lieut, fomninndcr " h Itoh.
I ens, executive officer at IH matlon.
eald nn evidence had been found to
upport a charge lhat discharges ac
tually had been Hold, but that a num.
her of enlisted men and a few petty
officer had apparently practiced a
fraud on some of Ihelr males hy pro.
Lfeaelrig to have Influent' In obtaining
The Investigation became known
today following the suicide yeater
day of K-nnuel Mnscowitx of lietrolt.
a Seconal cln seaman, who plunged
troin an eighth-story window or Ihn
local naval Intelligence office after
making 1 confasaiion, gecairding to
Lieut. K.dwin K Ilaed. chief of tho
"1 am not Inclined lo believe this
matter w is nothing more serious
than a fraud practiced by Mnaeowll.
an.) possibly others, fur no officer
have ye! been Involved." itd Lieu
tenant f onimaiider Hubert. "Wa
have 'six men In nutlody In connec
tion with the investigation. None of
them haa mad any admlswlona. fit
far aa 1 have learned, the highest
amount obtained by Mosvowlti
wa $iO "
TO BE MADE NAVY MEN
W ASIIINUTi N. March 3 Perre
lary I'anlei tonight Issued a state
ment showing procedure to be fol
lowed In obtaining payment of the
ISO gratuity granted under the new
revenue hill to peraon honorably dis
charged from or released rrom active
duty In the naval establishment aft
er service during the war.
The statement ld that those en
tilled to the gratuity were "officers
and enlisted men or wie navy ami
marine) corps; nainl reservists, ma.e
I and femle, and person Ih the erv
I ice of the eoaat guard, eoaat and geo.
detic aurvry and lighthouse service
i who performed active duty wllh the
navy during the present war
Such persons, however, will not he
entitled to the gratuity if they have
already received one nwinth' nay on
discharge from the army under the
act of May IS. H17. of If they are en
titled to retired pay. Oratultle. It
was pointed out. also ar not payable
to heir of i?3kl representative.
Iloa? ITtr Wall.
WASHINGTON, March 3 It waa
said a! Ihe food administration to-
, day that no action was expectetl for
a day or two In the matter of fixing
I a minimum price for hogs. The
present minimum of 117.50 a hun
I dred pounds, which expired Febru
ary 2 a! midnight, will he contln
i ueal. it was explained, until nn an-
hoiincement by President Wilson re
garding embargoes on pork affecting
'neutral and other countries.
OF THE VIOLIN
Master Artists are Victor
Artists genius rocoR
nizes the best, and will
only intrust ita art to the
most perfect recreator
the VICTROLA. Only the
Vittrola (rives you the per
fect tone of the tfrea.
sinpers and players.
417 South Main
A. J. CRIPE, Mgr.
I Till A I
FA CTO R Y' S
NEW SPRING COAT
l?raid and button trim
med; lalpo models;
I 1 l I II'M II ,l j (I I-
Spring Coat go on Sale
Tuesday for $17.95
AH colors and shies;
valuen to $25.
All new spring styles;
- a a ...a, 1 ' I ' n j
at . . .
We will make your new
ispring cape or coat to
order. The 'only thing
we ask of you is that you
purchase all material of
ua goods, braid, linings
We make a handsome
broadcloth or serge cupn
A full ftilk'or satin lined
WE GUARANTEE OUR
WORK TO FIT
New spring dress
skirts, made to 'order,
of fiilks, nerges ami
broadcloths; work anil
Made to Order
Silks, serges or any ma
terial we have in stock,.
Our prices are reason
able and we give quick
NEW SPRING HAT
New small shapes, tur
bans and sailors. Prices
iin. a 1 it i ii
and . .
NEW BELDINGS TAF-
FETA JUST ARRIVED
We have been out of taf
fetas in the I5eldiiig!i
guaranteed, but a biR
shipment arrived today.
Beldings guaranteed taf
fetas; M inches wide, all
I l tV V H ( a i " I
WOMEN'S NEW SPORT
In serge skirts of large
plaids, coats of solid col
or serge to match with
.laid collars ami i un
is a in 1 . ' -
THE NEW SUMMER
MATERIALS ALL IN
Organtlies, voiles, flag
ons, batistes, dimities,
long cloths, naiiwook-.
that is new and ilisii
able. ,,We are more than
glad to show th.ni tn
you. Come early and
. .riirllTII A K ri
iirrNn;iiA Phone 764 1
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