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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1920.
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KATUHDAY, .IANITAIIV .1, 11)21).
t inn tlin Iiinl thy (Iml, wlilnh Ifiiehtillt tliim
In pioflt, wlilnli loiiilnlh tlirn ) - t lio way Dull
llioll nliuutilxt Kfi. Ihji. 411:17.
OtililR nio, () tlinii crfiil Ji'lioviili, '
I '1 It; rl tit tlirmiKli tlilt Imrri'ti Uml;
1 tun wruk, hut tliou iirl mli;lity,
llolil mn by thy initvnrful luiiiil,
Tliou rlmlt riiIiIii nin with tliy criutmnl. ftml
nftvrwHnl rrculvo mo to ijlnry. I'm, 73:34.
I.nok fur nrinlliir ruiiipromlo. Tho illnta
DanlnU CDiitrnvi'iny ovnr wnr (Ipnotiitlotin ImM
born cliockoil up lo thn prcitlilont.
Thn newii illHmtclion any Hint 6nrriuixn Ih tn
lions tho cnmlnu Moxlcan eluctluna. Now w
know why certain folki nro Jealous of old
Tho ntatlMllcn nro not nvnlliiblo nit yet, but
we'll wilder thrro tiro fewer hclliliiclipit ti ml
brown tiinten than wnn uvrr bnforn known on tho
inornltiK followltiR tho iiIkIU before.
Honin of thrm Mnrtcit to ilony that ho cotltil
como bnrk, but beforo they Kt thnlr stuff
lirlnlt'd on nn Innltlo p.ino llryiin wn on tho
front pnKn nml tho cnrtoonld Iniil ntnrtoil
Rriuillni; out copy. 11 III In not n Jeffrira.
Tho ntockholilnrn In tho compnny Hint lian
been pttbllnhlni; Tim Mvnnrn nro In u fluht
nmntiKit thctuselven, Tho furthiir publication of
tho paper Jinn benn Imltt up, fiolh iilileH IikvItik
retnlneil cxpennlvo counnol unit prepared for n
Tho Now York ntuVy rplallnir that "Col. Houno
lias iloflnltoly broko with rresldont WlUon." wo
aupeot In nllKhtly Inucournto. It ling been acnii.
rtal for noino montlm Hint I'renldent Wllnon
"broke" Col. lloimo nnd throw him on ho aornp
heap lonu beforo ho milled from 1'nrU.
Quito n number of more or lenn prominent
nontlemen linked thnt their Now Yenr'a wlihen
bo brotiRht to tho nllontlon of tho pooplo. J.
Ham Iwln' won n"lto frnnk, "My wlah," ho
anld, "la that tho country bo domorrntlo In prnc.
tlcn na woll n nnmo, nnd repulillran In form n
well an theory." ltcnd thnt nualn twlco. Jim
Ilam Jim plumb mennt thntl
Coualderilblo I bolnir mado of tho fact that
only one aoldlor out of otfory 3,7118 miffered from
typhoid fever, nn mmlnnt one out of ovory anvon
durlnif tho Hpnnleh-Amorlrnn wnr. Hut n doiiKh
boy comen bnclc with other ntntlntlcn. Ho norvod
in both iran, nnd says thorn vas nut it hIiikIo
cno of cootlen In tho Hpanlah-Amerlcnn wnr,
while In the one Junt rimed every mini, out of
tho upwards of four million Involved, Buffered
from tills dlieun.
A ninMriKi) ktand
Forty senator have Joined In notlfylni; Hon
ntor IaiiIrh, rhnlrmnn of the, forolRn rolntlona
oommltlfti, that any chnnsea mndn In thn rejer
vntlona to tho treaty of ponce, which ntnnd nn
the Judgment of the aennte, will be tho nlannl
fop thorn to voto npalnKt rntlfU-nllon.
This la tho correct nnd dlRiilflod ponltloti for
the eennto mnjorlty to nnaumo. After four
montlm' drbato on the document, tho aennto
nrrlvod nt n decialon. Thnt declalou took the
form of nn agreement to pans thn treaty for
intlflcntlon w'th approximately a dnten i ener
vations, nocoBsary to nafeKUnrd tho noverelcnty
and Interests of thn republic. Theao reaorva
lonn worn themaolvon of n cumpromluo nntttro.
Thoto who followed tho long snnnto deb.ito
will recall how Amendment nftcr nmondmont
wua voted down; nnd reservation nfter reaorvn
Hon full abort of tho ncceniury votes to carry.
Then enmo thn commlttoo reaervntlons, thn
result of compromlae In the committee, and
these worn carried by substantial majority In
Theao reservations, then, repreiont ttomethlnir
losn tlmn tho most ndvnnced defenders of na
tional HOverlETty Jenlrcd; aomcthliiR more than
the mild ndvocatea of a Icukuo dealred. Hut
tho only basis on, which both factions could
Vhy thin talk f funtinr compromise'' Tho
forty proteatorn who nerved notice on LoiIro
tnko tho position that to eh further conces.
uions to the InternutionuliHts would be to ex
pone Amerirn They nro eminently rlht In r.
f iIik to tin Hint
The Hfiialni.i who nlnml fur t!i preanrvn
i en of Aiurrliiin lnilMin'liinee have nlmnily
foinproinlaed an mneh .i they dine. Thine
nenntorn who elutid for tlm liit'inialliiiinlliitliin
of AmetloH hnvn t:'iiiiirinnl"i'il not at nil. Tlmy
icfuiifil t' do ao. If they now ne Hie error of
their way, their remmly la iiUnr. I.nt thmn an
iitninee' Hint they t0l nrrepl the nimprninlao
i tnerviitlonn The treaty niiil.l then b blimghl
ti f i 'ind piiMieil.
To oltjeet In do HUH hfrinine of whnt Horn
foreign t liniifellnry mny think of It la to make
a plen that hum Ret no benrliiK In Amrlea.
WISII 'IIIAT IK A I'lKII'lll'.rV.
Mnny have fprewid their wlah fur the nw
year. ItendliiK thorn w itlneovel Hint thn inf.iii
ina I If, iilnuda of ImpiNellrml nnd vlajonnry ptill
cniiphy atlll hani low over thn lit Ixl
Oura Ih IIiIh That na the ttnwnJnif of 10JO
flmla natlrinnl iiiimelniir-iii'in nnd racial prldn at
lit lowent point, ta ntone v. Ill find pnrtlotlaill
itfnl lnv of thlima Aiuerlenn rndlnx In Hie hmirla
of diir propli) nn never before In nur hlatory.
And we prophecy Ihnl our wl'h will b ronl
lied. A eamp.ilvri la iiiulni(. The Atnerlsnn people
am to exerrlne llielr aoverelun rlKhla nnd call n
tew lender to I'liiiinmnil Thero are thone who
l.ellltlii thin iuaiiennlal i-vent nml iinatlieinlzn
Hie etintom. To mull, the priirllee if polltlfa
la deKiiidliiK nnd vulijiir,
Hut to tin tho event In the rnnnl Klorloun fen
turn nf Atnerlenn eltliennhlp; fur Hie overelr;n
citizen to illnrliarKn hla oblltrntlona, liln moat
preoloiia and eunoblllu; prlvllene!
What lranplren bntweeii now nnd next No
vember In iiolni: to be for America nnd In lino
with American trndltlonn. We hnvo no rlslit
I lo elect filr the world, even had we thti din.
ponllton to do no. Hut, thnnk Mutlt 1 1 1 r r o la no
Ri'nnrnl illnpnaltloii In do mi.
Wo expect to order our own affair na far nn
may be. With nn nboundlnK fnlth that he whom
wo choone to IcaiI n H nt home will be capable of
faithfully mill accurately representing the na
tional aplrlt alirn.ul.
Tho riimpalKti, no mailer whnt eminent conn
ect for thin or that ontMo may think, In koIiik to
leave In ahedn nnd latlera thn very hint vendue,
of lntcrnatloimllm. The Ichku of rt (lor may
not be nn Inaun. Hut thn attempt to nuhnlltuto
Inlernntlonnllnm for natloniillnm In bound to be.
It mny bo Hint no apenker wilt apeclflcally niimn
tho liatie. Hut In the mlml of An ovorwhclrulnir
majority of thn votora ua they mnkn up their
ballot, will tin thn deturmlnntlon to 'pick men
whu reprenetlt Alterlii. .
Tho full Klory nf a new tiny Indeed will nblnn
nbout Cillumblii nn 1920 fa den I On tills proph
ecy wo eland,
A OANniDATr.'.S rUlVII,Kf!K.
Just whnt urn tho privileges of n presidential
cnndldntnT OklnhnmntiH urn tlknly to soon bo
seeklitK Unlit on that tiiellnn. They know tho
prlvileKen of n uubcrnutorlnl candldntn, aenn
torlal cnndldatn, rjoiiRrennliinal cnndldnte, nnd ao
on, Hut never having had a prealdentlnl can
dlilaje beforo, tho action of Henutor Owen, In de
mnndlitR tho election of Ur. Hnyden Llneli.ttiKh
nn member nf thn national democrntlo 'commit
tee, has rnlaed n pretty queatlnn.
llecauan tho eleyUlon of Mr. I.ltietinugh to
that exulted place In not golm; to In) nRrecihlo
unleitH nbnolutely nccrannry. It may not be even
then. Tho ' prnlrlcs of Oklahoma hnvo nover
been tm f with enlhtinlnnm for thn gentteinnn
from Atoka, who nt one time represented tho
federal govnrnmqut In all mutters brought to
the bar of Justice In eastern Oklahoma.
Of courao, If the preoedenta entnbllahed re
qulro that a party be turned over bag nnd ling
gage, national committeeman, slate chairman
and nil, tola presidential cnndldatn why It will
have to be done. Hut tiilte n fofw will bn'peevctl
that they did not utiderat.ind that before they'
hopped Into tho presidential chariot.
Ar things aland It In evident to thn most un
sophisticated thnt, win or lose tho nomination,
Oklahoma's cnudldnto Is going to bo nlttlng
pretty. The presidential rnco In billed for 1030.
Hut there Is n seiuito hnmtlcnp on thn deferred
events. That comes off in l'J32. And having
control of tho party name, party machinery,
mid possessing thn prestige of having been the
pnrty'a cholcol for president two yenra enrller,
Inn't Rolng to embarrass tho lending oandldnto tn
that senatorial handicap.
Tho gentlemen who hnvo been wondering nt
"Henutor Owen'a mistake In permitting the uso
of his name for tho presidency," may now retire
long enough to revise their opinions concerning
his political ncutnun.
Tl'USA'S VONIi:itlH)h !ItOVTII.
It In pormlssnble, wo bellovo, to call atten
tion to tho really wonderful financial growth
of Tulsa during the year Just cloned, without vlo
latlng any of" the proper conventions of moil
enty. Of Dm four or five nmbltroua towns In Okla
homa when Htatehood cume, Tulsa started last.
All were ahead of her. This wan only a dozen
yearn ago. A enr ago Tulsa had panned them
nil In point of wealth and lnduntrlal significance.
et during the year Junt closed she gained "2
per cent In bank olearlngn over that record.
And for the very last mouth of tho year, meas
ured agiiltiM tho sntno mouth of the year pre
vious, her gnln was 43 per cent showing thnt
tho community comcn Into tho new year grow
Thl Is highly gratifying. In point of popu
lation the I'lty. h only second In tho state. Her
rate of growth for tho paat three yearn, If main
Milled, rflll put her easily first by the time thn
next census Is taken In 1930. That such I In
deed her destiny Is either believed or feared br
everonn familiar with her wonderful record
The mere possession of ull tho wealth rep
r-sented In her bank st.itlntlcn would not mean
en very much to Tulsa, were It nut for tho fact
that it ban nil been created hero, und In most
part Is being reinvested hero,
That Is tho glory of tho town! That tho men
I hna erirlt'hed nre In turn enrl'hlnn the town
by rolnventlnif, Ho long nn Dili proceia noes on
1 nlmt ran look tho world In thn eyu and feur
- - -i : " '
Thn reattll of the Kandnlt-AII Htar foothnll
rame provoa eonelunlvnly thnt It wfta merely nn
(tff-itny jil Httllwnier thnt prfveiited Dm blank
(rid (lruiiKti from Imlni naclnlmed whnt nil ax
perl 1 iinnort them to bo, (ho shumpa of Dm
- . : I 1
Thn ilnpartment of Jlinllee nnyn "redn Will not
be tolerutarl." inn they hnve befti, uml nre.
Anil tlmy nto druwIiiK piy from tho Kovernment,
Iihi If llnnaon knew what ho wna talking- about.
If Oeneral I'nlmer la going lo tin anything tn
Hen II. O. I. he'll have lo 'hurry. In a few
more tliiys t .vlll be too Into for a lot of us.
. r oti i.cirtTON
I ne (iHintilgee Tlmea thinks there la n do.
maiitl for tlm man who enn think up new Idaas
on how to Increasn prices.
We nee no reason for giving Mr. I'nrd any par
Heiilnr credit f.,r distributing 1.1.000,000 among
his employe-, n tr,n ufford It.
There Is Junt this rtlfferenc between us and
some others We preferred to sleep tho old
year out Inmou.l of wntchlng It fade away.
This alx-hour.tlay service reminds the i:nld
Nws Hint It knows n man who may have to
fire his own furnace because his wife tela It
hnvo every ufturuoon off.
The one great Joke of UH was perpe'trated
by Henntnr Underwood lie condemns a input)
lleiin congress because II hati not "reduced thn
horde haomn war taxes" Imposed on a suffering
public by a democratic president &nd congress,
If Hnntor Owen In seriously trying to hnvo
I). Hnyden I.lnehnugh tunned nn tho member
of tho democratic national committee from
Oklahohia, It Is going to make thn republican
contest for nutlnnnl committeeman ns tnmn-as n
mu New Yenr'a celebration In comparison.
Kenntor Owen says lm does not see any rennon
why he tin. ill, I clvo Muskogee n niece of crnunil
for nn athletic, field while he Is comnelled to
nerve them. as senator nt n financial sacrifice of
t.tiuu a year iiy the name reasoning Muskogep
rises ii slid anya nh sees no reason why ahn
should contribute very largely to the tinn.OQO
iiinii neing rnlseti in promote the senator n presi
dential ambitions when sho has no place to play,
In tho country, observes the Lnvern Lender-
Tribune, Ihey aro skinning muskrnts nnd
foxes nnd In thn city they nre skinning tho pub
lic. And It might be added thnt they nre making
inn miniiiKe in sxinning tno punila every day In
thn year Innlen.l of confining their notlvltles to
tho samo season In which Ihey akin other fut-
(jiaromctcr of Public Opinion
"Atlhercni lo 1'nutlccil I'tillcy."
In making further gifts of J50.000 O00 each
to the general education board nnd the llncke
feller foundation. Mr. llnckefnllwr adheres to tho
aeverely practical policy laid down by him many
years ago. New York World.
Kdltor World- Itecenlly I went In quest of n
room, Now that la n most ordinary expcrlnnce
tn Tulnn, for there nru htindrods of homeless
ivorkers within her gates.
In the past 1 hnvo tramped weary miles out
her fair atreeta, trying to find n room that would
bo on speak Inc terms with my purae, but on
this occasion I found nn attitude of mind
among tho women of the Uonies, which was
not In evidence on my former excursions.
My knowleilRo of this attitude first enmo when
I begun tn aenroh our dally pnpers for furnished
1 rooms At least two-thirds of tho most de
sirable ones were for "men only " I called tho
few listed without this proviso being tnckeii unto
them, and found thnt they worn either In unde
nlrabln locations or nway out In the suburbs,
whero one'n gottlng lo work on time would de
pend, In bnd wiather, on tho whims of the
jltnev nien or tho rather uncertain power
which runs the Tulsa street earn.
I never liked discrimination between the
sexes and I decided to Investigate. I wnnted to
know why my brother cnubl get n desirable
room, qlono" In, In stcam-hentod apartments or
homes If h 'couhl pay thn price and this
privilege bo denied mn.
As n preliminary precaution, I donned my
Kundiiy's best, and trying to look as little ns
possible like n book-agent, I stnrtcd. I went
lo tho homes whero "men only" woro wanted
nnd theso were tho reaaons given mo for this
Women's rooms nre harder to keep clean.
They uso electric Irons tn their rooms.
They persist In laundrylng their frilly
articles of wearing nppnrel.
They want somo plnce to receive com
Men nro,nway all day and half tho night,
ho there Is n direct avlng of gas nnd
'In fact It Is n cold business proposition, nnd
tho ono who enn pny nml keep out of sfght ns
much .is possible Is the one thnt Is wanted.
1 roallio that thcro arc hundreds of women
staying In Tulan's homes, but It la my opinion
that at least half of those homes prefer men.
If enough men could be found to go round.
Women nre becoming n morn vital element
each year In tho economic world. Krom farms,
villages and urban towns they nre coming to
tho Inrger commercial centers, somo from neces
sity, some from choice, and they must be taken
Klther tho public must be mado to renllzo
tho Injustice of Its discrimination between tho
workers of today or women nius undergo somo
radical change which will enable them lo con
form tn the standard of living na aet up by
the homes of (ho city. They must erndlcnlo nil
tho home-loving nnd fomlnlno qualities which
hnvo been their heritage through the centuries
nnd become replicas of their malo competitors-
If they nre tu find abiding places In tho homes
of thn peoplo.
Tulsa, January 3.
Htamp this upon your shield, my boy,
"The work 1 do shall bo my Joy!
The glory and the fame I ask
Hhall blossom from my humble task.
I envy no man's true success,
This Is my road to happiness,
"Here at this post of mine I can
Htnud fnco front, to my fellow man;
Can rise to glory nnd excel
If 1 but do my portion wvll,
And tn such service I can find
True happiness and peace of mind.
Harried nnd hunted to tho grave.
Fearful of stronger men's abuse,
Iiu glad that I can be of use;
Standing with free men, aide by aide.
And In my labor taking prldo."
I.lfo holds no greater Joy, my aon,
Than work that hag been truly done;
No happiness u quite ao sweet
A that which comes from tasks
Thcro Is no pleasure to excel
The prldo of doing something well.
(Copyright, 1!1, by Kdgar A. Ciueat.)
I jl . Ill
By Jane PHielps
CHAI'TRIt XXXIV. ,
TO.U IS AX.MOl'S.
"Who is this Vlvlun Morion " my !
mother-in-law uaked at tnoakfast.
This time I wua hiii prised, and telt
my (ncu flush us 1 answered. I know
of courso she was thinking of the
"She's a friend of Tom's. That Is
ho knew her before wo were mar
ried," I rtpllod, thon launched off
Into n description of the wonderful
day sho gnvo mc,
"From what you say I think I
should like this Miss Morton very
much. Hho seems tho right kind,"
Mia. Itanilall remarked.
"Your mother objects to Helen,
alio thinks shun ordinary," I blurted
to Tom, who Hurprlsud look from
one lo tho other anxiously, an cx
ptcsninn of annoyance on hln face
as If something he hud feared and
dreaded had come to pass.
"(Hi, Helen's all right mother," ho
replied, "alio lan t n society woman,
but she's good company, and both
sho and her husband, who Is ' a
bully fellow, have been more than
"Of course. There are many peo
plo who aro good neighbors whom
wo don't caro to call friends," sho
answered, I thought disdainfully.
When Tom toso from tho table,
although nothing more had been
said, his face still wore an anxious
expretslon. And when I ns usjnl fol
lowed him Into the hall for my good
bye kiss, he said:
"Mother may bo a bit prim and
old fashioned in her notions, Sue.
Hut try not to mlml. It."
I have said nothing nnont my wor
ry over my bills after my mother-in-law's
arrival, but at times I was
nearly frantic I had mnuagnd to
pay up the butcher, and to keep tho
others pacified. All but the new man
who had so Instated upon my open
lug nn account. He hud boon almost
The Young Ladu
Across the )Yay
, ... itat "ties
inn juuhk lauy ncross wie way
snvs thnt uhnn It pmii... 1. nnll.lnu .- .,. .
hV 1 . l..t ... ii 1 '-leciricai ana compressed ar cut
er father a regular Philadelphia , ting machines will be Introduced Into
orttLle' Uoal m'-iM In threu Uritlab. rtgious.
More Work for Hefomiora.
C'cnan Doylo maintains that ono
enn drink In -tho next world. O
I rath whero Is thy etlngl Clove
land I'lnln Dealer.
Ilo'il 1. W. I. To Three DcfrnLs.
If Mr. Hryan becomes n candidate
for the pretldcncy will he have the
ncrvo to 'point with prldo" to his
iccord as nominal
Insulting onco or twice In his de
mands for money. Once when Mrs
s'ato'' Detroit Free Press.
unnaaii overheard him and c.mio i
Into tho kitchen to soo what tho loud
talking was about. I nlnios' td.iiiiniod
A HE MA RTIN
Dm door In his faco so fearful was
I that nho would hear him dunning'
tne, and that action did not tend to
make him more lenient with mc.
Tom's mother wns Just like Tom
nbout running Into debt.
"It is the cause of more trouble
than nnyihlng elso In Da world,"
she satd ono day. I nnd been ad
miring a dress I saw In a store win
dow, and before I thought had ex
pressed a wish that I might hao ona
"It Is easy enough for her to tnlk
like that!" I thought as she
smoothed the folds of her heavy
blnck satin 'dress beforo wo walked
on. Her daughter. Hazel, drensod hr
and dressed nor beautifully lu hand
some expensive material. No wonder
sho could talk against getting things
on credit. Tom scrimped mo to
Klve her spending money, and her
daughter gavo her clothes. Sho had
no need to run In dobt.
Hut to go back to tho grocer. He
had become so Importunato that I
knw I must do something, so ono
night nfter Tom and I had gono
to our room I snld, speaking softly
is If I feared his mother might
"Tom. you'll Just have to give mo
moro money to run tho houfo on.
There aro three of us now, and I
enn't run It an cheaply ns when we
"I wish you couhl get along Sue.
I huvo been trying to save every
cont of my raise. We'll noon need It.
you know," and ho kissed me fondly.
At thin time my husband's love,
hln forbearance were wonderful, I
was often cross, peevish, nnd unrea
sonable. Hut ho never allowed any
thing I said or did to mitko him Im
patient. 11 ut now I wns desperate.
This bill must be paid and paid
without his knowing Ihad run In
"Hut Tom. I Just can't! I shall
When vou do buv n
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comin wnon n candidate
ii navo t snow, an X-ray o' hlj
spine," satd '.Squire Marsh Swallow
have .to have at least Hi moro.
"Hut dear '
"Oh, Tom please don't fuss about
It!" 1 exclalmod, playing on his
sympathy and lovo for mc, I am
ashamed now to confess.
"All right glrllo. you mustn't get
excited," and .without another word
ho gavo me what I had naked for.
It wob not enough to pny the entlro
bill, but would keep tho man quiet
until I In somo way could got tho
If there was only one thing I
could aay to a woman who marries a
man in medium cIiCuiiiMnncea, a
man on n. smnll talary, it would bo,
"f on't run nny bills without your
Tomorrow The Great Happening.
Wc Sure Overlooked rt UoL
Doubtless we should havo started
Ilerkman for his ItuBslan home long
ago If we had known that Kmma
Goldman would follow him.
Of European Invention la a paper
automobile tiro covered with numer
ous metal stirrups to form a protec
A bulb operated syringe with a
tube that fits l.ihtly over the bowls
has been patented for cleansing to
An English Inventor claims that
his fork with diamond shaped tines
Is more easily cleansed than one with
Tho J 'ark Avo, News.
fcxtert ,No-v Candy Btoro Going o
Opcnl A big new candy store la gc
Ing to open next week at cording
to the slno In tho windows, ' i
thero wont bo eny samples guy,
out free the first day, amung thos
who went In and asked nboui It .
Ing Henny Polls, aklnny Mart,..
Leroy bhoostor and Hid Hum '
Hpoarta. Pud Stmkliis uml fa ,
Cross was In the Croane.i houu ait
Thcrsday and they had n, contest u
see hovv neer they could como to a
Chinee ase by throwing plhows ut
ii wiiuuui nitting it, runs biiiikirs
coming ao nevr that the Van., f.n
over nnd n pecce broak off of ,i
top, sam uross sticking It bn k
agen ao good thai nobody hase:.t
noticed It yet.
IntrlstJng Pacts About IntrlaMn?
Peeplo. lid Wernick has a Utile ret
nolo book with a cullender In the
buck wltk4ull the dates In it, a, 1
ho's allw5H puiling it out of n
pucklt and telling peeplo wat date
It Is whether they wunt to know or
Pome by Skinny Martin,
People Will Tinlc Youro Kr&zy
Allwaya go erround laflng,
And wen you feel puneflil, smile,
And youll never notice your
tfcforu or after or wile.
Wat goods a clock that wont go?
We will fix your clocks for you
cheep and If we fain we will take
them to the clock morn free of
charge. Tho Kd Wernick and Low
IJuvU clock Fixing Complny.
"TLttt itari India-., but do not oompl."
Saturday, January 3, ItlltO,
lCvIl slurs dominato thin day, ac
cording to astrology, and men snouid
conduct their altalra with caution
nnd discretion, Neptuno, Saturn
nnd Uranus nro all strongly advemo
In their rule.
Kumun nnd dliturblng reporui
nro presaged for thin dato when
bunlness and commercial prospects
tnyn uu menaced.
Kcnrs of many sorts will be un
loosed In tho comlnc weeks when
usplclon, Intrigue and bad faith
may uo prevalent In ninny dealing
of men und even women.
Neplunu lu In u place supposed to
encourage deceit and fraud of every
sort. Tnls nway will affect politics
well as trudo.
Saturn again seems to bodo 1U
for mine. Tho aspect long Inter
preted as foreshadowing trouble
han undergone a change, but tho
priKi.ostlcatlons aro oxceedlng.y
This is not n lucky direction for
aviation, although tho prophecy for
(he year promises development of
airships bo that they may serve
many commercial needs.
There Is a threatening aspect for
nil who practice the occult arts, for
the stars Indicate that they will
suffer stivero physical strain.
Leadership In civic movements
that have political significance is
foretold for universities. A college
president will bo conspicuous In Dm
presidential campaign, but not as a
The seers assert that labor unret
is duo partly to the mental distur
bance produceil by the world wnr
which Ihey reflect. This mental
condition, too seldom understood,
explains the attitude of returned
soldlcm nnd Is partly due to the
positing of thn Htnrs tinder which
the disaster of war wan possible.
Mexico continues under a sinister
planctnry direction thnt will cause
new concern In the early spring.
Persons whose blrthtlnte It Is
sboiilti bewnro of accidents In tho
Children born on this day nro
likely to lio high strung nnd ner
vous, but artistic nnd talented Theso
Diibjects of Capricorn usually have
(Ciwrirtt, mu, hr in- Mffiiim Nfr,p.- srwitotc i
One end of a French Inventor's de
vice for smoothing rough edges of
collars nnd cuffs serves as a button
Operated by gas or electricity, a
new dnvlco dries photograph prints
In four minutes and can handla
hundreds at once.
A enmern small enough to be swal
lowed nnd photograph the Interior
nf a stomach In the Invention of a
nalr o' -nines Thero are 11 tests which a watcn
.i ...'must underuo to win tho hlchcst rat-(
" , . 'ling ' tho Vnltcd States bureau of
A veterinary dentist makes daily
mnds of Hoston stnbleg and finds ? I
work enough to fill his time.
A Piano with a record for goodness and
service that goes back for 71 years.
We havo a remarkable showing of Kurtz
mann Uprights and Kutzmann Grands
from which you may choose; prices ranging
from ?4G5.00 to $915.00.
Payments Arranged lo Suit Call or Writo
417 SOUTH MAIN
A. .7. CIUPE, .Monngcr