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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1920.
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It Juiii,lfl n,nl r it,.. . .. .
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nnllii!iiB!I nil lliry nr yi.il will .ll,-nir int
limy rprlnr rrom an iimwIIIInkiionh to .'am pro
motl.,11. Tlirrn In ii worlrf-wMn r-vr.lt i.Klnt
rtlxrlpltnr. Mnnklihl It, Hi" miiM rnfuxoM In r.-r-ocnlm
mumrliirlty In clllior (in, I lr Kov.ni.
mrnl. Annlrs nrn turiiMl Inn. impclnil
inobN lifciiKn n tjl0 Hohlloifi nimt to bo coin
mntidlMR offlrorn, Imluntrlal ritnlillHliiiinnU re
lirrcft of rfflolonry. ,.vrty nirmliflr of
llin payroll limlnU lirronilnc Ihimh.
In our Qulnxltln iilt-mpl to nnikn thn world
n.fe for iSamorrncy we nppci.ir to h.ivn only
mifn..lln, i mnltlnjf uVnmuniry iinwro for
tills or nny otlit-r uorlil.
Tln-ro wun a Hum wliii II was qultn RPiirrnlty
undrrntoo,! In Amorlrn Hint llio vlulory ovrr
wnt ntiil nucnuNlty rouM hn pronuri-it only t.y
Industry and thrift. Thn yoiinB m mVn
Hooured riuploytnrnt, win taiiBlit to liollrvrt
that Ills futuro -wnn Ikini nrrvml Ity dllliif ncn In
tlio ltilori't of IiIn iiuiloyr, that t.y dvotln
lilnuwlf tn Hint InlnrcHt ho would rmerRo from
tlio ulium of MilMirdliiHl.'d into that of brim, thon
Tho jmilli wi-tit out from thn parental door
with tills admonition rlnglnc In his rami "Yon
ran't havn your cuKo ntiil pat It." MoaiiltiK that
If tho l.ittr ymir of llfo wr to tir yrarN of
iwi and ciijoyiiient th firm yrum iiiunI lio yrnr
cf nbatlnnri, wlf ilenlnl and accumulation.
All thri cjld tht'orl, tho foundation "tonr
of every miomw and fortuno of tho f Irxt nntury
mid a iu:irtr of American life, havo Bono Into
That only a Rood wildlor ran mako a r;rod
offlcor, l a doctrluu no lounr acrnptrd. I)l
oovcr a man nowmliH wlio ndhrrcM to tlio
theory that ha who !in proxi'ii hl.i ntillily to
exocuto onlnrs In tlio only man mfo to cntrut
with Iho nuthorlty tn Istuio orders, mid you will
ha foil n J a rare xpeolmcn.
Wlmt puuplo Ncttlnr; forth to found a family
Ire In content to ntart from tho Nolld bedrock
of thu homely vlrlum? Not one. All want to
liCBln whore thn old foll(n ended after a llfe
timo of toll and Belt Mcrlfleo.
The HVruK man nhrlnkK In IiIn flatiblnem from
Individually carvlne out lil own destiny, in
Nload hu JolnH u union or orpunliuitlon of omn
Hon and rlleN on lieinR put over n n unit
of mediocrity dlrtatiiu? tho ilontlny of a cUm
iftthcr than enrnliiK It by Niiperiur nfflolnncy.
Ia It th dPhtiny of KOveriimentH thn punlHh
mnnt of tho nco that havttiR developed to a
certain point, an elcnuint of tho whole, exeoutoN
a dtvlno drurro In destroying cVerythlnn, that
other iruuerntlons maj imihuo themuoIviMi In con.
Wo Hamatlmri harbor the thouftht.
nisnop giiAvi.iw I'ATituvr.
Tho tuldrw of lllNhop Quaylo of St. IoiiIb.
before th City olub Raturday pan beet bo dn
flned aa Aincrlwulini vllallaod by Intense pa
trlotlNin, thoroughly refined by a mind of ex
eedlnit talent ami ixpresd by a tonmio of
Tulsa ha.i never heard tho nubjeet treated
In a moro masitorful way. No uudlcnce In tho
history of tho city haa oven been moro for
tunato or, for that matter, no thrilled.
Tho World fanuleN that hero la tho antidote
for radicalism, bolshovlnm and tho other Isiun,
Tho volcd of KONtcr, or noldnmn, or llnrkmau.
under thu mot favonlblo circumstance, In In
ouiiablo of carrying half as far nn tho volcn of
Quayle. When they preach bolvhevlNiu, or
H iidJenluim, the norms of the dlsenno are Hproad.
Jtut tho antidote tho cure, we bollove la In
instantly fcivini; tho patlont liberal dosoH of
AmorlcanUm and patrlotltim, from tho Hps of
audi clear, utralcht thinking men as lltshop
A timo dbo i very ablo New York apuakor.
ii 'i''""'l'it 'h' proNAriiilnn of radl'.il propa
H.iiidlniN, said. "Whoever heiird if trylnif lo
I'.hftnR. thai weallier by putilna; ihn thajrmometer
There I mmo trufli In thai. Not to ttv ex
tent that tho ifovernment Nhonbl remain In
nrtlve whltn Ha foundaflnna ar being undar
mined; Tint lo tha extent that It ehould
beeomo Inaa nneraetlo In eiartlnt Ha mJty.
Itut lf thn nxte.nl lhat opposition wrnntly ill
reated not Infrenunntly raantta In addlnii
ntrenth tn tha thing oppoaod.
This la a eounlry of frea aponeh If that
prleeleaa prerngatlvn haa ilea-enaratad Into mare
lleenaa nf the moat vlcloun amrt, (a not that
eoiiilltion dlroctly traoeftbla lo tha fact that
tha national Conscience haa been laaa and laaa
played upon by patriotic Amarluin preachers,
wrllera anil polltlolana?
Wa think ao.
A renalaaanra nf American patriotism, frea
from lha royalty wnrahlplng tendrnelea nt re
rent limes, which tha iMrtiad ehurthman ao
biting eAcorlnted ftilurdny, would not only ra
build a natlnnai eonaclouaneaa which in llaelf
would i-onatltiitn a naw baptism In na,lrlotam,
but would at lha sama tlma atranjrja lha crtes
nf thn academic u oar ka who now are busily
rnitnaed in arnualna; 4laiinlniil.
Tha doctrine enunciated by tllehop Quayle
Hnturilay before Iho Pity club, would. If praaohad
frm every pulpit, tmifcht In every erhool, .ilvo-
iitoil by every pollMral eandldntn nnrl prac
ticed by ovary court anil other piibllo agant.
redeem America for Amarlrnns and Amerlcafa
trsillllnna and Ideals, almost ner nlaht. Who
will dispute that?
Tht ore thoitsanila itt men now employed
In ehnslnir down thn expoundera of tha VMrloiis
lanm Irilmleal In the cnnllniieil existence or tho
Amerlran form of aiivarnmant. .Thara wre not
ao many Qunyloa In thn ns. Hon, lo bo anre, Hut
supplant each of thesa sixiitha and proaerutora
with npoakora of nhllHy, each thrilled wllh tha
beauties and privileges or thn American con
ception and unwilling tn concede a single point
to tlio orltlc ut our government, and In our
judgment a mora effective; force would be In
I'or thn holder nf tho miserable and untenable
brief would not be able to aay that he was
denied his rights. I In could excrrlsn his right
of free speed i only to find himself discredited
hy a morn powerful and effedlvn propaganda
No man Dint ditaa not sea red 1v reason of a
constitutional defect or it kink In Die brnln,
en ii reals! Iho appeal nf Americanism rightly
presented. The bruin of man Im liicuimhlo of con
ceiving an lani Hint run weight against It, ex
eepllm? in tha avowedly criminal mind.
Then when tlm truly crlmlnii! olernenl had
Hum been Isolated and allliousted so that no
nilstnlln could hn made, there would be n public
opinion loady to Justify the extreme measure
The World, on belinir of all Amnrloii no Inaa
Hum on behnlf of Tulaa cltlsenahlp, moat sin
cerely thank (he emlni-nt St. Imls church
man for hla service to his country.
nimcnii ACAi.v itr.ncrrHi).
Tho only surprise connected with tho Heoond
rejection of Ilergor Is that six renro.jiU
Hves could bo found fnvorltm bin acenptance
The only shock to Oklahoma is that mm nf its
icprcHcntillvas should bo inn of the Hlx
Thn prclnnso that llerger was refused a sea'
In tho rongrtta because he belongs tn thn MK'KI
Ist party Is not only a falsehood, but a silly fnls
hnod. Whrn hn wait merely a aoclallst he wns
accepted rnndlly; as have been others of lil
parly. And all accorded every right nml
privilege enjoyed by mnmbera of other iiollHoal
.Mr. llerger was found unfit to enjoy legis
lative prlslli'ites and unsulleil for legislative
fiinctlnna, heoausa he had preached troaaon and
lelteratod trnasoimblo aeiittnieniH at the time
of the official Inquiry Into hla esse. Had In
came tn thn bar of the house on I his occasion
In a penitent mood, affirming It Is apoalaay from
thn doctrines he had previously proclaimed ami
ronfessliitr. reitret for his course during the
war, It Is altogether likely that he would Irovr
bean given favorublo consideration. Certainly
his ouse would havn tieen different.
Tho World han no healtanoy in rnying that
Congressman liar relit, the new congressman
from thn l'lftli Okliihnnm, In ousting hla vote
for llorger, hna put himself very seriously on,
tho ilnfcnslv. lie went to Waahluglon under
very happy rlreumatHnoea. Ilia political future
nn promising. lUvery one in Mhn atate wtahed
Wo do not believe it la overstating the rase
to say Hint every member of tile own jinrty
In Oklahoma la deeply disappointed mid eagerly
iw.iltlniT Htich oxplnnatlou as he may chose to
offer. If It wait the reault of honest Judirment,
then that judgment Is unsafe. If it was politics
then It was pulltton of the moat Indefensible kind.
It ho honoHtly bellevoti lhat ar. Injustice waa
IIP-WISN ON lUUTII.
Here's the time of mtrtli and laughter
Not In some far-off hereafter;
Here's thu luud of smiling fares,
Nut In strange atid distant pl.trea.
Which pei'lmpri we'll see tomorrow
In m world where there's no sorrow
Hero's the land where men are bloat
And wbcr lbe n, hlee Ihelr best.
Think .iii vVhvn you've mated deaths port
To tho realm of the Immortals,
That your soul shall wakn to gladuetui
It in life It found but sadness;
It tt saw on earth no beauty,
Hut went blindly to lis duty,
MiNsing all lhat maka life fair.
Will it sso the glory theroT
Here ts Heaven in the making
Despite hearts that may be aching.
And the cures that men are bearing,
h the roads of life thej'ro taring;
Here are ,iiu meriy lailKhter
ml the p. ice we want hereafter
We inuHi it-., i n io know them here.
Nut in home eelenttal sphere,
lilse .tbue your cures and sorrows!
Hullii on earth oiir iflad tomnrl'owst
(in le ' ut un'il life i'loct,
I '.it too -'op lo Ktither loses,
Here, amid life a ton ml of duly.
Kind Its Kl'Wlni':, am (, iKoiuy -Kit
your soul for what awaits
When fit last Heaven swings its gutea,
i.-ing done llerger then In IiIn thoughta he
s his country an injustioe.
Tha World dlmpprovea the Hnrreld vote. It
vaa not a voto for that Intenso, virile and
lotla Amarloanlsni which thn Interesu nf
lha nation commend at this lima. We wriuld
ondemn gtich a vole by an Oklahoma damn.
cit. We healtate not at All to rxmdnmn It
'jr hb Oklahoma republican. Wa t-ould excuse
! In part an Oklahoma aocinllst, because
that aort of a thing would lia ej peeled from surh
Bj source . '
Wa huva no diapoaltlnn to preJudRo Congrens
man Ilarrsld. He will have his opportunity to
explain. And an explanation from him la colled
, llr OTIH I.OKTON.,
Tho Atlanta floor mm polnla mil a wny tr
rsrape llitbtllty. It says "Don't kill your wlK
l.at Iho tleiurlo wnshing machine do thu dirty
Tlmea must he getttng pretty hard In New
York. The ehef of HMmonlco'a off-ra lo edl u
n dally receipt rearing hla official sigiMtilre
for a dolls r ter weak.
The hired pres agent who announced thai
llainon had carried "Klnnlalr" county In the
fourth district mull liuve been conslUrrnbly
, ... I'"' '" Mellmw liad
been placed In chart!) of the western head,
quarlera of the Wood campaign committee.
The girt on Hoiith Main anya she greets lt
with Joy because It is not only leap year, but
for Die reaann that tour or the lcK IioIMhvb
fall on fhinday, which menus that they will have
to be ithettrvod on Monday,
We are convinced from the average rhorus
with mitalcal shows that moat nf thn good look
ing girls have found other lines of endeavor.
Until the ICIka undertook to put on a homo
'aleni ehw we naver stispecteii that a wlrl's
natural completion hnd iinyllring to tin with
Muskogee ln not going to get ox.rlteil over
the split between any president or near prnsl
'. .' 8. .. 'r mm" Interested In tho fate of thn
Indian hill before congieaa than she la In the
Tho International Association of Clothing De
signera la coming to tho sld of prohibitionists.
It prnposea to eliminate the hip pocket.
8nap shots rrom the Hull news' Another
wood thing about thn ol.l-fashioned codmc who
woro a I'nonskln cap wn that he didn't po
among hla friends and talk of "inv furrier"
llmt after a girt reaches l years nf "rii.-e"u".s
almost Impossible to make her dress for warmth
In Iho wHnter time l'nr our twin, we trv to be
tranquil and even tempered, but It eert.Hnlv does
roll us Tor our alet to wear a cleaner slm e
eim ' 'o look nriter
Tlllle t linger savs the renwon she Is quirting her
present boarding house Is lieenuse slie found
In ' f''n""'r 1,1 "" llir,""y li'iah 'his morn
(jiarumeter of Public Opinion)
Htiuly of the situation al Washington leads to
the conclusion lhal smno members of the fulled
Hlate senate ,ir wondering why, In tho gennr.il
chetiiH of "making the world safe for dnmoc
rey;i there la no provision ntnklng it safa for
damoorala to Ilsregnril Iho illclates of the ,11c
ltor Hint net as Independent representiitlvas of
thn stfl i es. which they nr., stipiiosod to bo Now
1 oik Herald.
Oct tn Work.
The first mid foremost duty of America's
workers, Including thosn who belong to Mr
Dumpers tiade union oritanixatlon anil thono
who do not. Is to go to work and keep u work.
An honest dny'a work for an honest day's pay,
wholeheaited effort to produce as much as pos
sible at as little cost hh pnHsili.e. devotion to the
common industrial and political needs nf tha
country, unfa.terlng opposition to Iho madmen
who preach revolution; It American workers
iiibii and women, bund and bialn will give their
energy to these things they will do their wholii
duty by their country ami by themselves Now
The democratic nsriv is tint mi m,uii i
tint out or aelf-protectlon it must reorganise now",
as It reorganised at the end of Cleveland's second
term. To have any hope of success it must cut
away definitely from the Wilson tradition .Mr
Ado0 and Palmer aro hardly lh protagonists to
lead In such a hi eak -n way. Against cither or I
tioih of them some anlladininistiution aspirant .
miisl appear in order to give historic lOitec-'
queue to the next party gathering. Whoever I
may now be the most active aspirants for Ihe !
4i Miurr&ilo nomination, the tout leaders In the.
convention not necessarily rival-- promise to
tie Champ Ciurk and William J. llrvun. Now
Going to Be a Hard Road to Travel
"Tift iliti In. title i o ,i
Motuln, January IJ ji;
Oood Hnd ev ii i , , . ,"
uacrlbcd to tlie m.o i,, ;
ogers, Whllo .lupiter, .
un are In Inn. fn
and Saturn are telu i -.
Now nVrnues nf ti,, i,
ventures In hiisitu t,
terprlae at this time , i
them will bring l.ir .
It la a promising ml. i ,
to mako uuy eon , ,
There Is a fortun it, , i,
thosn who begin new ,
promotion wlnlo this .
Jnplter jiresuge I trKl.
all who deal in hi irl
penl lo women nml in ,
travagance will nm'i mo
by events that biliiK ,i
Theaters and .ill pin. . -men
i hate tin ion , ,
(HftS Of VallO' w I 1 I...
under this ruie or ... , ,: ,,
of these will tic 1 1 : . t i, ,
In public life, thi f. , s ,, ,
While kin. IK ,i,i ,,,
fortuno In buine .. ., ,
pursuits, Naturn i i .
tha happiness of i,,ai w ,,
Coveted possi smioi ti f r
asneets thai for,., .., ...
I onsv anil malice t Ii ,i h , , ,
wora serious dimi'i.
Owing to in f, ,i, iv ,,
t'rantis too much n .,
placed on the i upon i . , i
ing the mind f i mn , , n ,,
llenttilltle will be , '
Ceptilile to lmprrn-..,i , , ' ,
this year It is pt i
umaxing ps.Mhic di-iowi,,
repor d. nut n..t ,.,, i ,
Again renetonr t. t . n,
thought ami uci .... o.,.,.
cd. A sharp swingun. 1 , "n,
ihe pendulum ur tio.ii.; ,
I'ersons Whot-e blrtloli'o )
thn augury of an ,-n r .J(
your. Changes will be id.,nt
hut there should be cnmp.(
concerning them in tin &
Children Imrn on th ? ,
I.V 10 '41 affectionate. 1 e.,;f,
extremely artistic Th. - - i
Capricorn, with Satutn 1
clpal ruling idanct, .ir, (,
icurruftut. 1 t. j i,v tti M , s- ; , w.
IHi: C( OI T Is (). K.'l).
"All riglit, bue, yon can get your
Tom Mid ut breakfast after ho had flush I had an uncomtortablo Idea
read 11 let'er which Norah had ' lrat Kterc.t Crandell had sent it.
ll.tittied to htm. "get them up us soon 'n,d Had tmrposely forgotten his
i' 1 iv about ib.it nipper' Might
n-, we 1 decide now what wo will
iive 'Hem ,nr,l have that over."
When Tom 1! .iclaimod all know I
.f ti 11 "
I never .ill. ill get used lo Midi
'Ucr-r hours ror ninals," I laughed,
1 ut jus: n lilt chiigrlnod Juki tho
'same 'At home ti o'clock was the
I dinner hour for everyone that le
. w'n n K wasn't supper," many of the
pioppt in my homo town tailed the
noon nie.il dinner.
"Weil it is utnisiinl for nnyone In
N'ew York to dine beforu 7; more
eat at half past "
"Maybe If I live hen' long enough
I shall becuno clvllUed." I replied,
but In my heart doubted that I over
would in thn ernso I meant
Tomorrow CI rent 1'repa rations.
No Thliil 'rerin.
Though n third term u not prohibited by law
or by constitution, It Is prohibited to democrats
by numberless parly pledges. Over and again
tile national platforms of their party have sol
omiily declared against such an Innovation. It
Is the lilstoiio policy and principle of tlio ilamo
tiullu party that no piesldenl, however, emi
nent, should have mure than two terms III the
white house. President Wilson knows llllri as
Well as anybody, and there h not the slightest
reason for supposing Hint, even If there were
no other consideration In thn case, he would
dieicgard these pronouncements, reverse tho
historic policy, nud abandon the historic prin
ciple of tho party to which he belongs. .Now
as you can. Crandell said somo
thiiifr today about 0111 giving a
housewarming I imdn t thought of
it. but I gtiee we better ask Ihe
Thurston, Mr. mid Mrs. Henderson.
Vivian Morton and Crandell. That
will bo six beside ourselves, hhght H
a hunt ail we can seat oomforiably."
"That will be lovely:" I ex
claimed, delighted at the Idea: I'll
get the curtains this afternoon. It
will take mo .1 few days to make
them and get them up; then we
can havo it whenever you like."
"Some day nexi week, say Wodnos.
day." he suggested.
"Yes, that will give me time
enough," I renlted. "Hut Tom what
shall I give thum'f Will they expect
an ciaooraie iiinner;
"No 1 wonder bow It would do to
ask thom for the cvunliiK and sup
per?" "I wish you would. It I much
easier to get up something for sup
per than to give a course dinner.
Then too at dinner I nhould have
to have someone In to watt on table.
That makes It proily expensive you
".Supper It is
give them '"
"We can't have rarebit, every
time Mr. Crandell has been here I
havo made a rarebit. (11,, Tom I for
xot to tell you how 1 like that chaf
ing dish yon sent yeaterday. It's
"Chafing dwh I sent! I sent noth
ing of thn sort."
"Well who did then?" and I went
into the lining room followed by
Tom "I here tt Is!" I pointed to the
serving table upon which rested the
shining new dish.
"Wasn't there a card with it?"
'.'o, not a thing Hn' It was ad-
Now what shall we
ar.i. but I said nothing more, and
I'lui-oeueu ki i,,iK n,er the supper.
"How would either cold chicken, or
chicken salnd. do for the prlnc.pa!
dish? with olives and celiry if wo
have plain .chicken."
'Tine' then we could have an b-e.
and some nf thoso little cakes you
make. I'm terribly proud of vottr
ability, sue. o many women .lot. 1
kr.ow a thing about housekc 'pint ur
"I never ltnw any that d.dn 1" I
answered. In h, way Tom's re'ete 1
ic my cooking nml huusewoi k ulw os
Irritated mo. 1 knew Hint Viv . 1
Morton, and other girls whom he h ..
known before vvc wero nun-cd
probably knew nothing of tlv.'
things, nut much of the anienrli- ..f
life of which I waa ignorant, and
which 1 so longed to know
After dlnnor wo sat down and
snt out the Invitation Tom in
sisted I wrote Ihcni because he ald
I write a better hand than he did.
1 set 8 o'clock as the lime but Tom
Insls'cl thst we make It S:.1o.
"People like MImi Morton n, the
Henderson', to s.iy nothing of I'tan
dell do not dine early enough to get
here by S 01 lock." he sal.l, then
added, "unies. they are going to
KouiH play whom they wisli to see the
dresaed very plainly; "Mrs. Thomas
"I wonder who could have cent It
Probably tho card was lost and we'll
learn later. Perhaps It wis mother
Yee.llday afternoon I im,
my room und 1 cnw tir. t
plllo with n bernt in , . n -m
started to lu.i. kii in, p,
with my bal, of tin I 'li, ,111 1
had hit the bulls eye aboir t,
but Blip out of my bin 1 ,m,l
strain vvat jld the bail of In
throo ihe window, lir-.,,,,.
g.iisa on tho way
(!, Jliulny ivrl.ssm.iA so.ilt,
And I pulled out th- break
of glass that waa k'I t;.,
:hc wood, making it I".k at
glass was still there, 11 1, .1 -, j
alspicious or got ton . or A
tlletl I her 1 lilt gone pis'
way dDWti st.urf, .ml I .ill
Wat, I havent en time f
Ishliess, sort ma. This a. -:
rihji, mu, 1 Ju.u w'.tr to h,
how cleen my window loots
Wlch m.t came ',, th.. d
looked. stiylliB. Wei , .r
Nor.l did a good Job wen tin
It dont look as If tlnn- er
In it at all, dees It mi ' I s-:
No, It ilii.iot.t, s-d ma
It looks as if it v in j. ' .1.,
of glasj, lont P., ma 1 I
Yef, it does, sc 1 ma
Well tbats all It (. 111.1. I
ma sod, tv.it w.tt ' a'. 1 I -ball
of tin foil axld-nt.
. wile t was hating tat,- 1 pi
and btonk the glass uu r.
you, (li lent 1, ma?
I ml 'his foul ou" '-.I m..
she gave tne a fen-r i.r.i U
wnsent allowed out env mete
long :mff to go erroi.n.l ,i:.J
Hull! Hid Anvhody I.HcrTn
Ocnrral pi 1 -hutg i . n . -Is
nol In jinln 1, , 1 ti.i - mo
man g. 1., .-,liiiv .1 in. .1 : I
about Hi- liat'.li -' toll m I 1
lo gt t out - Plill.nl n.iia I
Al Is hitiv Hating sweet )i
Mr. Hut lesnn seem- lit.
liicreaM- In poHlal i.-viiti.i'.
I O illS plipiil 11 lt. ill Ii-
Its funny u woman don't shut a Healthy j,m Drlnkli, Wwd '
car door onco In a while without Lord t-'rench over in pe
thlnkln" I never kuowed what ;c. ist can rest 1 intent in "ie
might be called a sueeosaful man ledge that nobody tle w m
that could quote poetry. , ivtrolt News
.Moix) Putter to IsMlgt.
liilllor Tuls.1 World; in it sue of this eve
ping the Tulwv Trlbuno haa an editorial on
tilled "Hot Iron." In which it lake it (Hug tit
Hb tut tor Henry Cabot Lodge and other aenttlora
who have opposed the league ut nations ami ac
cuse them of having livid off tho peace ot the
world by reason ut that opposition.
Tho first senttneu nf the second paragraph
of thai editorial reads as rollers: "Our lioyw
won a vlctoiy overseas, a victory for pence, a
victory over the cruel, cruslnn forces of arro
gant autocracy " As one nf the "hoy" w ho
h'lid win that victory, and waa wounded
while doing so, I'm wondering why tho writer
of that editorial does not plueo the blame for
delaying the world' peace where it properly
oolongs at the door of the present president
of iho United States.
If thoro was over an Instance of "arrogant
autocracy lu this country it is that displayed
by President Wilson in the position ho has
taken on this league of nntltitiM Issue. In my
opinion, and in that of many other ex-servtcc
men of my acquaintance, the position taken
on this question by Senator Lodge and his asso
ciate Is Die only proper one for an American
lu uike and consequently one that deserves our
warmest commi ndtttion.
Whereas President Wilson has snnuht 1.1
j shackle us bund and foot by his league covenant
; una piuee us 10 a large extent at tlio mercy of
Km ope. S. 11. iter l.odpe lias me eiv fotiiilit to
ban incorporated In lhal covenant such amend
ments os will permit us to retain our national
mil vnlu.ii.iy and freedom from domination by
oihvr nations Moro power to him, say I
., , GHOKGK V, THOMPSON.
, Tulta, January It,
The Yotaw Lady
AcroHH the Wan
The young lady across the way
says she wtis electod preildont of tho
WIUlniT AVorkers' society unanimous
with only two dlMcntlnc votes 1
Beginning Monday Jan. 12th
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