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TULSA DAILY WOULD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1020.
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BY TUB WOULD PUBLISHING CO.
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na for Mniibllotton of lt 0-t niaiialfliM ;illtM to
i or not nlhrla arrJIUil In thla rV" and ,,w
tal nua pnMUfcr. heraln
HLMBCUIrTlUN ltA.K.H--DAII.Y AND BUNDAYi
On Yar $7 AO Thru Month $J 00
Kit Month! 11.71 On Month "J
Inmf al Domll
One Yer 5.50 Torn Month
Bli Monlht 1.71 On Month SO
On Year J I bli Month I JJ
V 0Ahit7l.ll INtTI.KA fcHNII Ml'lUNUR KKNDALI.
AND IIUD POHK .
Per Wk ,. I .M
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Per Year. In Ailnre .. . . 0 00
XvWiAOK NF.T PtlD mini. tTION P.'I'II TUIflA
DAILY AND St'NDY WORLD Poll TUP. MONTH
Of DKCKMIIMl IIIIB, WAH ,7M.
7, F.. Yi. eH, eir-iilation rnanarr, ilo olmnlr ir
that lh itcHCo ntl r I1 clr.uUlum f thn llalljr ami
rhdajr Wnrlil (or lh month of pui-emlmr, HUB, wt
77, l.i lh beat of mjr knowlmlo anj benX.
K K KCOIT,
fiobKrll'M iil Rworn before ni thl iliai ly of lie
f.mbrr, Hllli. .l.IIP.t, KKI.M,
My romniUikin einlie O-tnher 17, IM1.
PHONF. 6000 KOU AM. DHI'AltTM I1NTH
Daily lliblical Quotation
riUUAY, JAM'AUV 2. 1020.
My ktkco Is Hitfrlclrnt fur tlion; for i..y
ntrniictli ' liiiulii pi-rfnut In wmUiipbi. 3 Cur.
I dory In Infirmity,
Tluit i!lirlHi' own power muy r't nn me,
Whnu I nin wi-iik, thfii mn I ntiiini;;
(irnco Is my hIiIpIU, unit Clirlnt my nonje.
Ilolil thou in r up, nml I Hlinlt lin nnfi'. I'n:i,
- -- a i
Tlmy liuvn found n UHn for lilm nt hint. Vlco
J'ri'BliU-nt MniHhall InniioJ a Now Vcur'H mrHonKn
In tlio iiittlun.
Tim wliolfMili) 0inth followlm: thn viimlliiK of
urtlflclnl lioozn furulalirn amiiiunltlon for liotli
wi'Ih nml Oryii.
Wo linve novcr liml nn iiltorncy iTonoml lin
forn who wnn nlwuyit boIiir to ilo thltiRH "niul
nnvnr nccomplliiliiMt aiiythliiK. ,Jciirrnl l'uliiirtr,
It la quite evident, him iionm pri'nn iiKctit.
I'nuliniJ'u prt'inlcr nrRtn-n Hint hecnuno Aun
trullii lost moro men In the wnr tlinn illil thH
country Mm In nn nitirh rmtltleit to n vntn In thn
Jnngite couni'll nn Ihi Unllcil Htntca. Thn IorIu
la ntrocloun Inn wo neenpt without ileinur th'i
conclusion. , .
Moat of tho wnndi'rlnK hoyn nrn itccoiinlnl for.
Sti'fflim, linker, John Iteetl, hnvo been hunk
homo quite, n while. Normiui llapRiioil Iiiim Just
rottirnril. Now If nnnm ono will locate) Prof,
llurron wo enn ninko prepurntloim to kill tlio
In Ht. Itil last Hiimliiy three nttempta were,
inniln to roh wo,mcii. In two of tho'lmitiinceit tho
women founht hack nml drovo tho roliluus
nwny. On tho Kiimn day In tho nntlonnl cnitnl
a woman BticccuHfully ilefeuileil herHelf nml
properly hkhIiiH an iiHnault by n (llncliari:ril nol
iller. There u BomethliiK In Ihln for i;eiitleuinii
who hav lieoii "ullcklni; 'cm up" uucnmplnlu-iitBiy.
waya nRri",, Hut la t)ir vital fiu.illfli ntlon ln
proliahln In Hie one :. than thn other?
Wo think not.
(lermnny fouajit tho wnrRPcpltiK her ver
Ml -ii oiitrlitht - for tho piirpom of removlm: nil
ilui'K' itt anil obtncl from the palhwny of liar
own nntlonnl expaimlon. Thn Vfrlinap) Uaxrd la
not limn, hut thn point In, ncciirntely.
The Ipiiruh In t up by thn rowii"r')m of
(luiiminy for iirarlntljr thn aninn pnrpfM) hut
from it, illffnrnnt iiln nf Internal. Thnre on
hn no iiinatlnn errnonrnUiK th ncrurnoy of Hint
Tho fnln phllnnophy In III 'flint Irwtanr lina
lieen iletnonntrHtml. The tl phllonophy In ill"
nerouil In Juat an apparent to thlnkliiK inlnil",
hut an yet umlHmonatrittcil. Vnt It lift amt thn
worlil by thn ear. Cor nf l lint who nilvnriiln
thn leaRiio of nit Ilium, outaldn IhoM polltlenl
olrclen whern the faota are known nml fared,
ncarrnly an Individual 1 to bo found but adlmrna
to It bneau of thn hopo ni hllof that It ineium
tho nml of war.
And nothliiR could lm farthnr from the truth.
Thn trim phlloaophy la thla: War vim nnver
bo niided by polltlpal aproioinoilntlona and en
KHKnmentn Thn hlatory of thn human men,
dure it rniefully Ihuiifili you may, ovau Iwnk
Into th vnry mnrnlriK of tlmn, pren that tho
linnt It In ponnlhle to Heeomplltb, when innn'H
lennoniTiK and aentlinonUi iilnnn Hovern, In an
An event tranaplred In Judea nomtj t.OOU yearn
into vvlili li polnln Ihn onn nml only ponvlblllty of
tinlveraal pnncn. And how far the wnrlil It from
no neeeplnnen of that philosophy, let prraent
day events ami prnnent dny rm l il temper testify
Thn falnn phllonophy, that th world ran be
trniiiUlllteil by mnn'n unuaKements an I accom
modations, In responsible for the i hnnlln political
condition existing;. Thn very ntlmnpt to do villi
a tlilim with a Inil lend liiMtriniient and Chrlsllenn
tribunal; a company wherein patjan and priest,
thn crescent and thn cronn, clvlllred and mv
ne tho black, the white, the red 4iml tin1 yel
low, nit on tTiitn of cquiillty, each afraid to
utter tho nnnin of hlx fnvorlto tlod for fear of
ntut tlni; a riot, In In Itself i nln nKiilnnt Chrli
tendom. No rncn can ever do moro than conduct Itself
no that thn conditions neennwiry for 11nlvms.1l
pnaeo are conirlbiited to. When ofcli doen no
that, the era Unified for will hii"o arrlvvd, Hut
Ham lllylh anil thn Hnturdiiy IJvenliiK Pont
have alai ted out to put Herbert Hoover over un
prenident or Ihn United States. Tho Post boasts
a circulation of over two million weekly, but
tho Kcntlcman will find that all ton small ror
thn Job thny hnvo undcrtakon, If thoy mini
lien to niiilnlnln their circulation thoy will ho
Onlm? very well Indeed. The Ram Illyth nrtloln
In tho current lusue created a violent nppetllo
In tho minds of a ijood ninny people to let It
nlono. Most folks llko punishment, hut they
feci like they are chentlnK when thoy buy ns
much for a nickel an Hani Lands mitf In 0110 of
Ills political articles. Jf
a iwi.si: piiii.okopj'iy.
LookliiK backward to.fiiy It IftTposslbln to do-
termlno that nil of Hud trouble that has do
sccndeil upon mankind 1 durljli: the last few
yenrn Is heeauso of twol Hchds of false phi
losophy. A nation of w-onOroifs mental achievers
nml Industrial conriuerors Vasoned that war wnn
.1 proper means for nddlni; to the material irel
fare of a people.
Ileo.'UiHo of tlmt false phllusophy, tho world
wan plunged Into a bloody war that lasted four
ypnrs. Tho German phllonophy was proven un
Houml. Than came lonm soft voiced (runtlonien of
wnnilrntis iseiucilv rcasonlnu anil promnlpr-iti'il
tho philosophy that nil wnr l uiiiiecruory and
that they would freo tho world of that curse. A
world, pick of tho welter, wiped with astonish
ment, then nhouted:
"Glory to God In the hlfihesti peace, nml on
earth jood will to men!"
Now between tho fnleo philosophy of tho Gcr
jnaiiM and tho falso phllonophy of thn IcnKucrn,
hero In n difference of nothliiK hut n racial view
point. That Is not Kolntr to be roadlly admitted,
but It la true. Had Germany been yielded to
readily by the other rnces of tho earth, nml per
mitted to nlctnto tho true kultur. wo hove no
doubt that this old world would hnvo seen n
relffn of perfect pence Juiit so lonK ns Germany
wrb pet milled to run tn affairs.
If tho various inccn of thn earth will sub
scribe to and bo Kovernnd by tho covenant on
Interpreted by tho four preat powers which bo
gat It, thero Is little uuestlon bill hat wnr
would bccjjmfl a Ioat art, providlns tho four nl-
NOHAIAN IIAPGOOD'S .MIHSIO.V.
Norman HnpRood, who Iiiih Just returned to
Ihln country from Denmark, to which country
thn prenident commissioned him ns American
minister, is out with n stntemrnt explaining that
hn did not renlKii from the dlplomntlo nervlco be
cuiiso ho had becomo bolshevik, but that his nolo
purpose wan In return to this country nml an
iwer thn "outrageous and ridiculous charges of
Cut. (leorce Harvey."
I'Jvcn If Norninn correctly states tho case, It
In evident to Ihn sophisticated that hn ban a full
lit own Job on his lunula. I'ur answorlm; Colonel
GeniK" Harvey s iiol, a chore for mediocrity to
attempt. However, the Kcntlcman In slightly In
accurate. As tho. country understands his case,
ho did not tftden from tho diplomatic service,
hecaiiHn hn wan not In tho diplomatic nervlco,
It Is true be wnn appointed minister to Den
mark. Hut a senate, alert to tho necessity of
linvliiR ropreientntlvcH In tho vnrlous capitals
nf Ihiropo hi sympathy with American Iradl
tloiin and purposes, refused to confirm liH ap
pointment. Ami the administration, pos
sibly Influenced by the senate's bold
atnnd, neKlecled to Ijlve thn centlemnn another
recesi nppolntmiuit. rto his commission simply
expired, designation Is not neceMary hi thone
asen where thn pay check automatically
ceiiHta to arrive.
Ah to tho bolshevik hiisluewi, opinions will
differ. Tho lerni Is an clastic one. Thn et
ambassador illsnlii litis association with but nd
mlln sympathy for the Ituislan sovlnts and as
erln that hn in still of tho opinion that thn allied
blockade of Ittisnln wan and Is a serious mis
take. Wo could wislly wish thn man had remained
away. It will bo ontortaltilnK to watch hint
"answer" Colonel llnrvey. Hut that sort of
entertainment" will be short lived. Then,
we fear, ho will feci culled 011 to wrlto somn
inoie. And hnvliiK somn experience with tho
HnpRood philosophy wo feel Justified In saying
Hint America, Just now whan It Is trying to rid
Itself of Isms, reunlrei) less, not more, of nuch
HnpRood In not likely to net himself deported.
Wo could t'GKrnt that, too.
Two more wolvon were shot nt Ripulp-i Titos
dny nlKht. OSe of them wan killed. They worn
preying on honest folk. Jtut an was tho nun
which At I'll Hall shot thn other iilithl, and for
which enetgetlc defansn of his own rights lw
lost his life. Hut It wnn not a ll(o given In vain.
Already there have been moro of theso wolves
resisted thnn In the preceding 12 months. Those
citizens who have supinely responded to tho de
mands made upon them hae been shamed.
Other citizens hnvo highly resolved Hint they
will resist. Ily such energetic notion can society
rid Itself of those that prey upon It, When any
such character lnvitden your homo or nssalls
you on the streets or highways, tnko your chance.
Shoot and shoot to kill. Let tho wolves under
stand they have clilin to deal with, not Jelly
fish, and they will ceaso to annoy. Tho busi
ness of the pence officer Is to arrest such char
acters. Tho duly of tho oltlion Is to protect
hlnisnir. In tho dlnchargo of thnt duly he has
tho right to kill.
Thn Muskogee Phoenix took a presidential
straw vntn tho other day. It wnn confined to
democrats, out of 109 votoa 2 wero caat for
Woodrow Wilson. Hut at tlwvt he was running
two to ono ahead of linker.
Considerable editorial comment has been
aroused by iho failure of the nllles to Invite
Resident Wilson to call the first meeting of
tho league S ne n 's not going m be his party
we can H"n nctll'i" ui His ifv the exoecl.ition
1 that ho would bo invited to announce it.
.fil OTIS 1.0KTON
T V. yi. ...... U , ...... I.-.. . I ... ... ...a.
. t- r.11 nirii nn 111 i:ni, imn ii-nTii.nii iu mi jiiw
as nKKresmvo in 1920 an It hat been In thn yeutn
llecnoa you ariubhed "Opportunity" In 1 01 a
la no lenenn why you ahouid not urenl him or
her, ns the ne inny be, with a friendly hand
ahako In 1920.
Looking For Prices To Come Down
We fHther from Sam Hlythn'n Intent story In
the Cn'Mny Hv ! ' ' 1 - -n
laslsd aomnv.'hnt longer thnn It did If the armis
tice had not been signed,
Just Imagine, If you can, aayg an Old Timer,
ft man alttlnn around trying to work up a nolso
over thn departing of tun old ynar with an len
cream aodit In front of him,
A rampagn by thn Iwusewlven of Lincoln.
Neb, induced Inn prire of rftrn from H t'
centn the doten. Wn ahnubt like to awe how 11
rnmpngn vvould work down liore.
The girl on South Main etys that while aho
hna btnn very auoeni'aful In clreiltrivnnllnif
blrthrtaya that aha has never found a way to
boat old l'nther Tlme'i cyclti of years.
Prnhnbly the moat Important event nrheduleil
Mr ISln, nsldn from the election of n rnpubll
enn president, In the decennial renstis. And
while you may not like Imtulsltora It will hn
well to make up your mind rlnht now that you
will not treat thn ennsiln-taker rough.
I may have reached the "senllo" period In life,
nlwnrvi's Hill Dlnglry, hut I'm not yet con
vinced that Dr. Osier was right when lie wrote
"The fixed period." Anyway, Dr. OHr'e recent
desih shows I hat he did not take much stock In
hla own theory an to whan a man's userulnoaa
Senator Owen linn nhown wl'doni beyond our
xpertallonn In selecting Okmulgee n the bend
innrters trtr hi o ..sM-e"'' - ,.'. .i e-.-.
Iher, still, In choosing John H. ltebohl an the
big iliei r.e III iliinr 1. 1 en 111 pi si"i.u.il
politics there Is nothing like a live town and a
live wire for promotion purposes.
Qfiaromclcr of Public Opinion
"Hitil Clirliliiias Pri'M'nt."
Thn gift of J 100.000 000 from John D. Ilocke.
feller was a real Chrlsliiuis present to mankind.
This donation, bringing his total benefnetlonii
up to H50, 000,009, Is to be divided between
the general education bonrd to raise the salarlen
of college teachers, and the ltnckefeller founda
tion to assist In Its work of combating dlseisn.
"Help nml Kncoiirncnicnt."
Much good will be accomplished with tho
1100, 000. 000 which John D has Just given
away. The Hotkefeller foundation, to which
half of the sum goes, carries 011 Its beneficent
work of medical research and sanitation In all
pnrtn of the world, and linn already performed
wonders, of the possibilities of the $5. 000. 000
which goes to the general education board It Is
needless to speak. It will bring help and en
couragement where they aro greatly needed. -Philadelphia
I f I hi II. A
FIND A If.
Pracllcnl Policy Is llenioiiHtrati'il, Is I'dllorlal
It In not nlw.iys thnt the munificences which
flow from Mr. llockefeller'n pursn are appre
ciated In tho Intimate sense with which America
will receive the news of thin particular present
to the general education board. Not that thn
public does not always appreciate. In a general
wny, the ultimate benefits that will come from
thn philanthropy; but sometimes tho end
nought In no well In the future that tho chord
of human Interest la not loudly struck In thn
present Inntance, however, Mr. Holikefeller In
devoting $60.0110. ono to the relief of 11 very real,
very close and certainly a grievous condition.
New York Kun.
J 1 TT
By Jane Flhelps
tojps .Moi-iii:n mi:cts hi:li:.v
"Doubtless"' I nlmost
men ciiangeil tho subject.
Speaking or n rrlcml In Niil.
Tho fellow who Invented cider
didn't do so bad, after nil. It con
tains pussMlltio-i. llaltimoro Amor,
Sumo Old Ghost or Dcfcnt.
Mu Is stalking behind Ilryan'a
candidacy this tlmo? Wnll Street
Ivuit tiP.e after aupplr n big wa.J
load of rocks weni m.t ,7. . "l
nml nn rAil.,,1 ..r iV. 'lur "0-l
street, belnir n rn, u 1,1., , .w." 1
of a football and I ilmi 11 f:1'
peoplo mite f.co that and th.nit
inelenr Ihn. n fn.l M '
And Jest then I got tho Id..r
take It up stairs and drop out i.
3rd story sldo window In o Hie i.'3
and tnako pop think it wj ,Z
WIch I Girted to do br.j,- i64
big of a rock to hide under n y COj,
and Jest nn I was going up - j. ,
story stnlrn with It my si'-'.-' .
ills started to coino down.
fne Innhvi' mlu tlnnHi, I S I
rock? " r " 6,r
Im going to uso It for a rD .
write, I Bed. '
Vouro getting wcrsc lotted f
tor, ned Gladdls, Atid she i.c, c,',
going down and I kepp on g 1
and I waited a 'vllo to give 0 , j',
a chance to fortet nho had saw mi
with a rock, and then I came 1 p
my room and opened tho w.'i!,
nml dropped It out and It hi' ag. -.jt
tho nldn of thn fctit.i with a 1 .i
like a Ixploslon, and I nulck wntt
and llaaenei over the bann.- . tj
aeo If onybody would star' to '
about meteers, wlclv I herd pop
ononlng the nettlnc room wir
and aaylng, Tlmre sectns to be nomeVi
nort of a round thing down tnrrc J
I. I . I 1 . il. 1 - . tx
IJi'VU 1L IUUK illiU a rilCK' BC'lJ
Ulnililis. anil tion ceil, I believe It
doott, and oladdW scd, Then I'm Hen. i
nys doing, I pnnsed him cirrylng .1
big rock up to his room not 5 min
won tor tlio lovo or mud, tno r:y
must bo practicing to bo an ana
klst, ned nop. And Jest then 1 hen!
a window In tho Joneses hoiiso next
door open and Mr. Jonen nod, He !
Potts, ware aro oU7 illil cnybodt
Jest fall out your window or enHl
No, but If youll lent wato there
mlnnltn or no mnyoo youll soo num.
hodv get thewn out. ned tion. Mcen.
Ing tno ,and pop camo running up
slalrc and dldent find mo for about
5 mlnnltn on nccount of Gladdlsn
closet being tho last placo he looked
'J lie Horoscope
"PMHi III Scll'llCO (if :iing."
Hy nn Interesting coincidence Jacob G.
Kchmldlapp's bnnuest of a single million and the
Hoikefeller gift of H00.00n.000 were leportod In
neighboring colums. It was only a few decades
ago that the world looked upon a fortune of a
million --to say nothing of Its bequest to chnrlty
with something akin to nwo; but today It ap
pears a modest estate. In either comparison
such gifts ns the ordinary citizen Is nble to
make seem nmall. It takes a second thought to
Vrecelvo that they nre very far from being
negligible. A statistical naturalist once com
puted thn' If all the nuts in the world could be
nanembled they would manv times outweigh all
the rJephants. Tho united glfti of all the rneto
mlllloniilroH would rut a very presentable flguro,
even In comparison with the gifts of Carnegie,
I'rlck and Itockefeller. With the addition of
the humbler doles of less eminently solvent
citizens, tho relationship of tint to elephant
would doubtless be duplicated, and moro than
It in for a better reason than their nlzn
thnt the Itockefeller gifts, and others of their
kind, are memorable. They aro memorable as
marking nn epoch In tho science of giving. Tho
genius for organisation and management which
made possible the ncriimulatlon of so much
wealth bus been applied to Its distribution for
the benefit of mankind. Tho Itockefeller
Inundation nnd the general education hoard
between which tho pew gift of $ 100,000,000 Is
divided represent an effort to organize bene
faction ns Industry has been organized to make
It nllve. nroKii'Mlve it ml inimitable to the new
needs of each successive reiteration. Wiv York I
How wnn I 10 endure the comliii-
wccks u even mini: 1 niu even mv
1 ne next morning lierore my work "-ouice 01 menus were to bo
wiik finished Holnn Thurston canw 1 cl,,pd ' It was intolerable. Just
l-tmnlnt. In Iti lmr ..uiimI t.i,ii..iiiinii. cttnie to feel I couldn't stnntl If
manner Hhn did not know Tom's'1 would speak to Tom, the boll rung
mother had arrived, and was con-' nml 0 '"esienger boy hauled mo a
slder.ihly embarrassed when she uaw I I"ro white box. 1 curried It Into
that I was not alone. '"' room after signing for it and
"Helen, thin la .Mrs Ilandnll. Tom'i S.hf.".! opened It there on top was
To prevent snoring an Inventor
has patented a sort of halter that
1 Peeps a sleeper'a mouth closed.
o crltl- f
list as I ! I
It, that I V.,
mother," I Introduced, "Mrs. Tluirs-
stnn, my nearest neighbor," 1 cx-
piaineu to ,Mrs. Itamlall.
i.verett Gr.indell's card, and the
most wonderful bunch of violets.
I burled my face In their fresh fra
grance, loving tho feel of their cool
I'm glad to meet von " Helen nl.l 1 .""" ' IUV,"K 1,10 t tneir cool
elv ex ending h ' b ,'n.l "M I jlnmP"rS on.. "' checks, still bun-
tritely extending her hand
"I'm nlwais clad to know who ' ."'5.. " ' ' "L. "rs.
Susii.i's frien li nre " ti.ft. ii.. Jin 1 . .. a cmcisni or iicicn. Tiicn I enre-,
law replied coldly. !
"I only ran In for n moment Sue" I
Helen until, her fare riuniirg, "to seo 1
U you would lend me the recipe for'
wiose cruuern you nail tlio other
night. Walter has raved about them
ever since." Then turning to Mrs.
ltntulnll. "Sue Is a famous cook. Wo
are all iilto Jealous of her."
"She cooks very well," Mrs. Ilan
dnll replied, but cruller are very un
healthy food, espec.illy at night."
Hurriedly 1 found tho recipe, and
"I do not caro for your friend
Hunan," Mrs Knndnll said as tho
door closed after Helen.
.Mrs. Ilandalt (.'litli'ltcs
"Hut why?' I asked astonished.
hue n been very good to me. I
fully destroyed tho card, and putting
mn vioieis in n low wuio-moutlieil
vaso I carried them Into the living
the living room.
A HAD HOY'S PLIGHT.
The trouble with our reading books ns fur ns
I enn sen
Is that they ten 'bout grown up men an' not
'bout hoyn like me.
I know what old lien l'ratiklln did when he
won big an' strong
An' hmv he kep' on workln' hard when things
worn gnln' wrong.
Hut what I'd really like to know Is what he
said an' did
An' If hn never disobeyed when ho wan Just
I'll bet he wasn't nlways good, I'll bet he
llkod to play
Coz 1 remember that I've read that oneo ho
Now what I'd really llko to know Is how ho
When something tempted him to do those
things hn knew were wrong.
I trv the very best I can to act the wny 1
Yet suddenly I find I've done a deed that
An' I can't 'splnln It to my Pa the umee tie
asked mo why,
If I should tell my reason It would sound
Just like a llu.
1 hnven't got u lot of words that I can think
To use when I'm In trouhle. nn' my tonguo
gets awful thick,
Po I Just tnko my scoldln' an' I stand an'
h:ing my head,
An' wish I knew when he'd been had Jus'
what Hen Krnnklln said.
I spose I'll keop on beln' bad until I end my
Hecoji no matter how I try I cannot change
I walk the straight and narrow path for Just
Then suddenly I find thnt I have stepped
asldo for wrong.
An' Oh 'twould help me It I knew Just what
Hen Franklin Old.
An' how he 'spialncd It to his Pa when ho
was Just a kid
i Copyright, J919, by Edgar A. Guest.)
should have been very lonely but for
"So am I!" I answered hotly, "Sho
Is far more accomplished thnn I nm."
"There Is no need to take umb
rage," my mother-in-law ropl.ed.
ou h.ivo a very refined, educated
has had tin erfect on you'"
Kinilcil Quest Inns.
"Oh. how lovely!" Mrs. Handall
exclaimed, "did Tom send them? Tho
extravagant boy to buy violets thin
waiting for an answer, then ns I
wnltlng for no nnnwer, "then as 1
remained quiet. "He did send thorn
"No, I think not!" i replied calm
ly, "Tom hns no money for violets.
It takes nil he can earn lo live," uiul
1 felt like adding 'moro too.'
"You must have some very gen
erous friends then," she returned.
"1 have some very kind friends,
and often rOcelvo flowers" I foolishly
Nothing more was said until Tom
enmo homo when his mother
can't Just explain why; but alio "'"v,''! Tn ,0. tho V'0'6'"'
a very ordinary sort li a worn-1 ,v. wS.. -ll.
" " ...... i, i. iiii nm.
I felt Mrs Itamlall', eyP8 riveted
upon me ns I answered as curclesaly
as I could:
"I'n. sure I don't know! but I Im
agine Vivian Morton."
"Wasn't thero a card?" ho quer
ied. "No! Hint's what made me think
she sent them." I lied glibly.
I did not feel Ihn leimf hit .nn-
I J science strloken for my untruth. I
j know that had Tom nnd I been nlone
S I should hnvo told him frankly Hint
Lverelt Crandel) fcent thorn. Hut It
wnn none of his mother's business,
nnd I knew she would make unpleas
ant remarks, perhaps disapprove.
Tniimr-rnu' Tnn, Id nnvln....
.'...u..u.. . u,.t I O HIIAIUIIB.
The Ynmg Lady
Across the Way
"The Mjm Incline, but do nt compel"
I'rlday, January 2, 11)20.
According to nstrology the plane
tary rulo for thin day Is not in.
portant. Venus In In a bcneflc n
pect. but Mam Is strongly adver?
Little prospect of universal pence
nppoaru In the planqtary govern
ment of tho world during tho new
Turkoy, Switzerland and tho Writ
Indies as well as Franco nnd Hay
aro subject to a Mvay tlftit brain
ill for tho hnpplness of tho people
or tho .stability of government, .
This Is read ns a lucky conflgu
ration under which to give enter
tnlnments. Hospitality In well il
rected, since tho planets thnt donu
nato seem to promise responslvcnc i
nnd npprcclatlon on the part of
Women nro under a direction of
the stnrs, making for romance anil
coquetry, Lovo affairs with mlll'ary
men, however, will bo unfavorable
whllo this sway prevails.
Congress and all legislative hodlri
nro subject to tho most dlsturhi-K
conditions, for they will ho Inr
pered, thwarted and torn by 1 1
sonalons, according to the Interpre
tation of astrologers.
Political pnrtlcH have Clio fore,
shadowing of extreme effor'n in
which their plans will bo set ai
Candidates will multiply and he
who Is most confident In likely o
suffer defeat, for the stars ihn
presago disappointment aro power
ful. Acltntlon over dress reform'
long predicted, will bo widespread
in tho early spring, when simplicity
will bo preached as a reaction from
the extravagance of the winter
The public health now comes
much Into consideration nnd epi
demics seem to be foreshadowed
Domestic problems will be care
fully worked out in tho coming year
so thnt co-operation and scientific
management may Hchten housekeep
Tho seers foretell mnny commu
nlty experiments, amour' them some
thnt have to Jo with tho neighbor
hood caro of the children of the
Personn whoso blrthdato It Is havt
Ihe forecast of many new frtcrdi
and much pleasure and comp.myj
The young will court and niarry.t
Children oorn on tnis my are
Mrs. Life Hud talks soma o'
openin' a candy factory f cu some
s.ur.i. Ther's alius somcbudy loft In nuMy to be oxtrcmely nrtlstiS an
eie community mill Known a lot .nint,i These mihlecti. of Capri
o aSfSiirriZ',"'" "0 usually affectionate and'
- ' " M i generous, . , ,
' "'"it'lU" mis. hfthf Jif-:lu-eapSrnll'",
N'cwr Get Hy tho Harrier.
Former Ambassador Gerard says
he will not be a enndlduto If Pres
ident Wilson runs again. Oh, he
needn't hedge his candidacy about In
any such way as that. Ho will never
know ho Is running, anyway.
Ten Sen What Sho I'-soitperl!
Canada has lifted the war-time
ban upon liquor. How glad she must
be ilnu nho haa always resisted the !
movement for annexation to this t
country. New York Post.
Hut Is Thero Such a Man?
The man who can limit debate In I
tho United States senate will do next I
in popularity to the mun who can i
take a fall out of the II. C. of I
b't. Paul Pioneer Press. '
Just Can't Kcslst n Nomination.
Mr. Hryan, who Is now coaxing
himself to bo n candldute, feeds In
his bones that ho will succumb.
Owners il Noiil nn Introduction.
The railroads, if they nrn left, will i
be returned to their owners on
March 1. Ohio State Journal. '
The 'young lady across the way
says some people prefer to pay cash
for everything, but personally aim I The Kcuadorlan c-avornmnnt hn
finds It easier to use her credulity . established a weather service in con
at tho dryuoods atorca. nectlon with Us agricultural schooL i
Music Is Essential
After Two Years Then What?
If you have a Pianola the Player-Piano made by the
Aeolian Company only you're all right. They wear
well. If you have a cheap Player-Piano you will wish
you had purchased a PianoN.
A little more money at first is better than the constant ,
mm wuuy win. go wnn every poor y con
structed and cheap Player-Piano.
417 South Main
A. J. CRIPE, Mgr.
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