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TULSA DAILV WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1920
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1'ihi.hfl Ptar, iorniil InfiMltif "ui.dtf
BY THE WOULD PUBLISHING CO.
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tafal pahltiat aafaln
HUllgCrtll'TION ItATKH rAlt.T AND SUNDAY I
HV It Ml--IN ADVA NOR:
One Var '.'" 90 rhrtu Mentha t
lla Maiitkt 11.90 Dna Munis 11
?Domi.tl . "".Via
na Tear II.M Three Mentha
li llnnlha t,i0 fine Montb '0
Jra Tr ... II 7 'l Mnnlha ,n
iiv cmmint in Tui,g m.vt) kpiiinuh. klndai.i.
AND HUD rOKK
far Menih. In AiUanta
I'r Vr in Aittatirn
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AVKHADC VET JUD OIlllMII.ATION OK Tllg Tt las
M.MI.Y AND HUfrMY WOULD Wit TDK MONTH
01" DECKMIIKIl. HMO, WA" 31,7(17.
I. I K. Moott. tlieeUlloa mauv. Jo a.lamnljr '
thai lha aaa. net nal.l ntrralatlon of tha bf nil
hinilir Worlil lor Ida month ol llaramfcar. 19H.
11,717, to tha LmI of in, Imonlnlna an,l hallM,
i'.. k. worr.
HabeaHhail aej aaorn bnfote m thla Slal l jr l Da
rambar, into HAlir.t, KMM,
Mjr enmmltabia nt.lr.i nrtohar 17, 1011
imioni? nnoo koh am. oicpaiitmim-its:
Q Daily Biblical Quotation J
WIIIIMMIAV, .lANTAItV 'JH.
Tin- meek ahull Inrieasu their Joy In tho l
Inn. ilil tli.
When Christ by fullh In present,
The slunerVtrimbles ci-aeo;
III ways nii truly pleasant.
Ami nllfila paths urn peace.
Tin Iiril llfjlh il t tin meek; It" rnslelll the
wicked dowiifo thi Kroiiml. l'mi. 117:0.
I ,,f a: 'I I, .1 I- ' ).J
t in. i iii f. p- it ' hiiil.-iiKi'H 'In I mu-il riLi'-n "f
AiiiItIi.1, n 'ta-i l'l l,y Iwii oii'unn (iml i--hlni
only Id live It own Ufa ami lo ilmrh.n k 'l J"(
ir Amfrlrii wren I nl vlrtory from ihn Tnttrt
fur no ansnlar itirpni thmi to flf thu knon to
I'.iiropi" In lmRn, thi-n'rah r"M) hlh
prln for tli privllnRn of illiKotiorlnf; hernilf.
Kiirnpi- inn t nny tlmnMt itMlrr form Ihlu
country to flitht aiminylt. Tht with or wlth
nu' u la-nntuc. Il h mji our purpoas IhHl II hall
nvrr tin In - iHitlllMi to fore thin rouniry to
fiirht with It. .f1 CiillimhU remrn the mMtrwia
of h-r 'twii ilrjrfflun. IH-r mm will ilef'fiil hor
Wanted a Cure
l'llli CUV OK CILWIINS.
.ar... h..... ,.i,.i,u nr.. ..mil.
l Mini 111"! rumiliuii iiu.".."a
ally .lfliwIiiK thrlr Immin In tho iirpinlr.iitlnii
of thivli'iiguii uf ntitloM, utiil bo olwirly nmklnr;
ot 11 u military i1lrttoriJhli rtwKlKitert to rule
III world hy orui). tlto lmiHtiorH hern In Ainer
I m uro Hhrlnklni; fruntloully thut tho "ilanKom
uf tho Iwikuo" uro tuich Uiul wo mum Join In
Till h tho orE'imoiit of hlntinh-fnrcil cniv
rtm tmwIllliiR to dofcnil tholr own honor, ml
vlnlnir that II In hettor to Join a hunch of
crlmlnulH tluui Id nliitnl In oppoHltlnn to thaiu.
'Phono of ub who hnvo opponod our cuuntry'it
lii-coiiiliii: a party to tho covonnnt have iilwayn
hfild that tho iiHHocliillon wuh hii ainooliiltnn
o tin In company whut (lermany purpoHml Mcilns
nluno rulo thu world hy forco; that It mount
cvcrliintlnK war, or tho throat of war, Intitr-ad
of cverlantltiB peaci". And tho utr-pi talinn hy
Dm dominant mitlunn at l'niln, nlnco tho Iinikuo
wsi cotinili that lum rauuod thi; paolflet
IniKtiiirn to trniililo with frnr, uro but tho nub
Htuntlatlou of our nritiiMicntii.
" Tho action at l'arla ilmply dliolomn tho lcnun
within tho loanuo, with Murnhal Koolt In com
mand of tho foivoM of thlii Iwikuo" within tho
IriiKtio. Hut It In no wlau oroatod It, Kor tho
leiiBUo Iiiih boon wllhlu tho Ioiiruo frum tho
vory firm coni'i'ptlon. It wim moruly MpiiIihI,
Tho ulnps I'KCtintly taki-n'by Krunco, KiirIiiuiI
imd Italy, with tho iiowillilo iiWMitt of ttomo of
tlu newly oroutsd nntloni), Blmiily maki further
dimlal ImponHlblfi. Thut In nil.
"Hut If wo don't Join 'i-m thuy'll turn their
lnli'i national nrmy '"d nnvy losu on uh and
hurt uk," whins our milk-fed ntalcninoii.
And our roply It that If wo do Join them
from nny mii-h motlvo wo toll our Immortal
soub. surronder lennmlnotialy our national
tJonrlbity und trail our honor In tho dunt! And
with that Jiurrunder will ko not only tho noul
of Amiirloa hut ltn novorclKnty n wtdll
This In not tho firm tlmo In hlntory that
Amcrloti iitoort proudly nlono In tho world. This
li only tho first tlmo that Anmrlrano havo Wn
fortod to blush with nhaino nt henrlm: thrlr own
couutrymon advlno tho poltroon'M rolo! Tho
different) l dlntlnct, thank (tod!
No rwil Atuorloun hcnltatps to defond his
own honor or tho honor of thoao dependant
upon him. And no real American will "."Ml
'for tho roinoteat fraction of a second nt tho
proptt of hln country bolni; loft without a
hIiikU haio of utiiok In thin world-covornlUK
WhntVi'r may Jtv benn tho opinion hitherto,
II U now rloHTly perculved that It In not and
nevur w-s a tt'dirue ot poacu; that for tho t'nltod
Htatm to belong to It don nuun tha tho United
gtHlt-a will b Inxolved In ovsry war nnd.dlnputo
In Kuropo or Aula. That this wonderful cove
nant by baphemer referred to on Ki'onter
than the deoalouufl or Uio ornion on tha mount,
U nolhlliR but the mailed flat In concert, im
IHMlnc IU imperial vlll by foroc.
Lot tt do .
lt It run It course. Tho phtlotophy of lih
lory will not be denied.
livataad r Aim-rUam rotjratting Uiey are not
it patty t" U hnppvnlnga at rrl recently; In
atfad of them alirl. klna with fear and urclnK
that wo now ro on our knumi btgclti( admit
tance, let all of u to our kneoa In a solumn
IhniikvKlvlUK that wo aro out, and there tnako
tho hlKh roanlvo that wa will remain out.
AVu uctil; to linpovo our will on none. To the
last of our race wo will oppone thoao who aeek
to Irnpono their will on u yen, even thouijhjlt
be a world In tirtna! V will continue inii
dnirBe our obllKtttlona to all mankind. No na
tion, whether nlono or atandltia; In a concert ot
t mltshty powers, will bo permitted to void a aln
ulo Jut obllBatlon to us.
Hut we would I'ounbel our lu-rvmm and anlc
Htrii'Uen brother, lie not nfr,i,i. The Iimkuo
Kiiblln l nut Bolrm to kii you n is m.i oven
KoinK to try. This Uukuo wnlii) u- leue-uo
may operate unscrupulously una rmlu-.jty ut
ii-iv rri! in" urn iiitirl lll'.lt'H
t "jilliliiilly thu l.'nHM tat res nit jut
A Hpei inrie in ftlMNn nny iianiavfr in uiniw
vn-p," deelarM thu eateemed Colonal Blsby
In hln Musknfaat I'liimnl.t. "W'k'll nay It rtoaa.
rolonel! And tah It frnm nt, Uiey ara waap
in - in liitfl flla, anttada irf four, plaUKin,
ra;ltiimnta and brigade.
"It Ik Iho yaur of ifaviifithl Inetton,"
aaya our friend. . "And tha Joka of
It or tragotty- la that thrrn la no party Idea.
In thla mate, for Inatanre, the man with the
moat filthy lol.e in the r-publlean ranka la
Hlile to surur a dangnrou following Irraaper-
tlvo uf who ha I for or what ho la for."
Now ona al n ttma: It la "a prealdanllul
yimr." Tllr la "no party Idea" vbribla to tha
nahtid eya. And tha "Oklahoma boodlur" la
aura puttttiK on aoin hw. Hut ohear up,
eolonal; nava faith! I'nleaa you do hava it at
thla tiartlcutar momant. life m not worth llvlnn.
Without faith any man can prova that tha
country la damned and all but delivered, Hut
with It nhl wliat la not iHiaalblal
The thing you faar Jum innnot happen
without smashing Lhn fiimlnmenUI truthx of
Christendom. Out if thu nhaos nt WaolilnKton
wilt avimliially amarKo-n rtalwart, virile, militant
larty unaltarnbly commHtod to AiiutIhi and
her hleala, Ilooverlam, with Its no-pHrty, no
Issuo Imtioimlliiyty la oven now aUbsldluK. Aa
to the boodler at lurxe In Oklahoma lot him
roam. Kliat, Imwti.'e there la no way of stoiplng
litin; nooond, beonuse In that way ivui he best bo
Koiten rid of.
Ilo la ib'Struutlvi) In IbouRht nnd act, of nvery
llilm.' men revern uiul women hold dear. I In
stand for uothlni;. With n oliggk book In one
hand and an appeal to projudlco In tho other,
ho ttoea forth to tear down. Anil tho bigotry
of men, coupled with their cupidity, nffordbhlm
a follinvlnif. Hut Juat im the une of run uvl tho
Hermans a first advantage, july to bo tuiycil
uRnlimt them to their own doHtructlon, Just ho
will thla sinister forco In Oklahoma republican
politic rail Into tint pit of ltn own dlRKliitf.
"Wo defy any man," wrlte tho colonel, "on
elthur Nlde, to dotlno hln ptrty na dlntjmrulnhed
frdm (ho other iwirty, or to mako a soliedulo of
principles for which It stands rut auralnm Its op
ponents," Hoft, colonel; aoft nnd slow. Iet uh
admit tliat It Is somnwlial difficult to differ
eutlato fU to tho sort of a republican one may
lie-I lis between the I,imIm rea rvatlotilsts, tho
cnmpromlnlnir reserrnllonlsta, and tho Irreeon
cllabln rejectors: or as lo thn brniul ot ono's
democracy, us between tho Wllion Intcmntlon
Ists, th llryun irovormnout ownerlsts and tho
Hoover no-partylsts. Hut as hetweou tho breth
ren perplexed ns to what brand ot demoisrnc-y
they hclonir, and thoso eiiialy perplexed aa to
what brand of republicanism they are taking,
it Is posnllilo to discover n very distinct differ-euco.
Wo never could nnnlyiii our boyhood rnnaoti
for leavlntr tho north side of tho barn and ko
llie to Uio aoilthslde All wo knew wna that
wo liked the south wind ard wanteil to Rot Just
as far away from tho north wind as possible.
Wo havo been working with Wilson democracy
on tho north aldo of the barn now for several
yearn, und wo are fed up on It. Ho wo uro fully
dotormlned to play with tho republican boy on
thu south side, men It they aro Jam now di
vided Into KT-oups.
Wo may not bo p.l!o b nay Just what democ
racy Is or what republicanism Is. What wo do
understand Is that ri-puhllcnnlKm In this Rood
ymr tueans lh antithesis of that peculiar bihmd
of demooracy the'w been prattlclnc on us for
several years. And wo aro for It. KrecMly
as wo fuvor light, because II opposes darkneiw;
lovo, berttuso U oppoies hate; mvoet, becauves
It opposon aourneiis; home, beoauso It oppoca
vlsltlne around iuiuiiik tho neighbor.
We may not bo able lo Klvo a clear definition
of what our own parly utnnd" for, oolnnol. Hut
wo havo a crystal-clear notion of what the
other stands fen something almighty unpleas
ant. Can't wo foroKulhe- on that ground and, even
thoiiKh tho boy do flKht a little among thrtn
wilven Juat have faith and pray?
As wi- sii' on lha antl Wnod i rnniumii in
Okl.ihnme, ruimlifr of Indivlilusls are flnd'HK
an tippiirt unity to mske a bcttr financial statement.
arni on iui fH ivicniia a uninnnil lor jiiur"
fiction eomaa a etary from thai otty about a
wall which forncaaata auiima by expalllnK air
with a whlatllng nolle.
Tha way Carn Itusaell It Calerwallllni; It saems
bout time (1oernor Itohartsnn began to show
hat ha has not forgotten how to throw brltka
tnil old shorn wit of tha back wlmlow.
Wa notlM tkat some of tha ntvlc olubs urn
behind a movement U put on father-in-law
week, praaumatbly for lha purtawa of alvtmx
mother ln-la,w a raat uf otic weak out of fifty
Tha girl on Mouth .Main sends In with Approval
"tory fha nlrkad up some where nf a aallor man
who refuimrt to allow Ills haby to be chrlataued
fr f"au tha mlftlslar would hurt tha baby wbn
ho broke tha lanttla over Its head.
Tha demnorata are also preparing to tftg- nn
oppoaltlun artioH" Willi th eandldHlea tor national
committeeman aa the star performers. Hen
Latfayette f Ohecotah will probably contend
with Tom Warti- the presant rommltteman, for
tha nentml figure In the npotltitht.
You hava elmply not to hand It to .laku
Ilumtin on on nronoaltlon h is one awlft trav
eler. Two daya after the paper announced tint
on Jn unary mill tie wsa spaadlnK his way to
the hadsida uf u alek son In rhlriigo his name
appeared on the raiftmer of the Westbrouk
hotel at port Worth, ami then on the S3rd ho
was reported to lie In Holiart.
Tl'I.SA Ni:. T 'IX KANSAS CI TY.
Tho January bulletin ot tho federal re.iervo
bank of Knnaas City shows that Tulau comes
noU to Kanana City In hulldhiK permits In tho
Tanth rewrvo district duritiK I3t3. TuKt's per
centage of increajw over tho jiroetdlitK your
Th rpfoi-t on netierwl busineoa conditions
throughout the district la highly Brutltylng, yet
there la one foHturc, that relallnK to crop on
dltion. which should bo looked on with nppre
honaton. The 1310 wheat acrasma 1 raported aa
1C pvr cent Ies4 than the prectMlIng year, with a
75 per cent growing condition In December,
against a 10-year Vvirune of Hi per cent. And
the Tenth reserve district Includes a very con
siderable part nt the wheat Bi'iiwlne area of
Th figure mean that bieevd iv not uolnif
to be lower In price prior to the liarviwtlnp ot
the 19t) oiHip nt least.
A Christmas nxpnrlencn of four Tulaa bachelor
glrle, who are Joint occupants of a hous. ha
jtiat trlrkled through to this colyum. These
Ulrln diwided to Klv a rhriatmiu, dinner and
conk It themselvea. I4anh uerrt down Into bar
private national Imnk and drew out her iiuota
for the fixing. Turkey wna to be the dlih de
luxe, nnd tha bird en me to them with a promot
ing voli-w and clothed In Its iiorgenus winter
pltnirture. The KlrlH knew of eourao that the
turkey ought to be a dead one before It could
serve their put pose, und there was much arKU
metit aa to how to accomplish the least painful
death. Finally they dei Ided to bribe a d-UKKlst
to send them a few ounces of chloroform, One
of the Ktrls anted na an.toaihntlat while the
others onri'f ully. removed the feathers, and then
the bird whs laid safely away In the Ice box,
plurked, picked snd defeathered. On Christ
inas room, with hearts' nulow, and wearing fresh
and tnstv kitchen aprons, ihey prepare! for tho
soml-rtMi! contest with the barn-yard premier.
On opening the icn Imx you can Imaglno their
cmiHlernatlon when tho turkey walked out with
u shiver and greeted them with a chirp of right
onus Indignation over being forced to appear In
the fiMilon of the lime,, In-fore the serpent ap
peared In tho Oarden of Kdcit.
Qltaromclcr of Public OpiiuUm
"Atiiitlicr AiiH'rlinn" Writes.
Hdltor World: I road with muoh Intoreat tho
opinion of the one who signed himself ns "An
American." All employers do not do llko his,
thcro Is not one In a hundred that do, Ho Is
both omployor ond employe; yeH, hut how many
l.iborliiK men do you eon In his position? It Is
men like hint, who nover had tho experience or
nuver dune In touch with thu union Hint aro
doing the kicking, they kick but don't know
anything wlmtuver qt what they are talking
The wifn of hli employer and his wife aro
friends, but I venture to say that his employer lonally would wonder "how (ho baby
Is a person of no great wealth or his, wife w-aa" und "If It were- sufo to neuvo
wouiit not, uven lie recoKtnxnit, as ror his air, I mm ko long witn a young girl
cbw aud' chloketis, he Is Indeed fortunate to I "Vou'ro as bad or worso than Sue
have them; there aro not many that do, And for (and I." Tom laughed, "That young
having a hired girl to take cam of hla children rter Is bound to Ik spwllsd. Ho'a be
am! lo do the housework, ho Is again moro ginning to want his own way nl-
fortunato for most wives or laboring men nave to r"luJ-
do their own work and many hnvo to do the
work of othets, in order to mako both ends
Tho American, If he Is an American, s.iys that
the laboring man wants to get all the money
ho can for as little work as possible. What
about Hie nuiployor? He doesn't think about
that does ho? No, because he Is one ot tho
more fortunate, and what ahould ho care for
the bias fortunate? The employer wants tt Gt
all the work he can for as llttlo money ns
poMlble, and the merchant sells ns small
umountH ns ho oun for all the money hn can get.
Ho all organized labor men aro criminals,
I'Tha aura Inrl.n. L.i A. .
WriliHtiibi), .lanuar) n. ton
Astrologers read th. . '"
unfavorabli, nlaneiui . '!
Jupiter, Venus, aaturn a- t ? ?
are nil in matcfli- aspt '
ino ruie is boilovca tj la ,a, .
tal doprcsslon nnd th' m ,
courngement that thw tn ,
u is not a fortutui.
Initiative. Tho oncnlm; t
or tho starting i.f t , ,
prises would better !
Labor comes under
of tho stnrs mnkli g
changes In Icadctnhip .,- t
ods of orgnnixntlon 1
inuusirtai troui-l- h
Commercial nrfal'i I
rled In with spe- ial i ,
tho next few niont!
posalble falling off '
period of compara .
Women should i ond
with self-control an l i .
Ing the coming mont.
Ilea will present a'i i,
Involving many compi x
that will affect c u s .
This In not a par ,
nblo day for couil-l ,s
dings, Tho planet I..: . .
courage lauit-nnd n,; ,
Ilcturn to domesti i"i
be widespread am-iim
In tho next few mom - .
attention Is focus. 1 :
Thus tho stars that c
Ironies will bo potent i
There Is a sign tha' w
ago the wearing uf .a.
Superstitions long hn -i-.t i
gain crcuenco among pi. or j of ta
rorsons whose Mrt'.idj r - it,
the nugury of a year ,m Th.
snoum Kuaru against ii t
Cnro will assure fmun' i
Children born on tb i i
likely to bo of mercur i" r i-
Ject to period of exhllar.it
prcssion. ihcso su Je . i
aro often artistic to a i
The Public: "If you ask mc, I'm fretting somewhat fed-up on strikes."
J 1 T
By JtixiQ Plhelps
CAUoti iiiiACitrxicu rn:iji
W'e met Tom oh agreed ami he
took us nil, Helun Includnl, to a
ituaint little table do note tilace he
know of Mother wemed to enjoy
ii very mucn. a inotUTIi sn uceis.
"Oil ho won't lie anollnl." mother
quickly n-pllcd, "but whtlo he's bo
llltla I... -...I. Ill Kl.-
..... ..u it. i .-- UI.OOIIU,,. i lie uiuy
baby In cither family."
"Yen, my mother was Just as bad
ns you aro!" ho laughed, "she hated
"o to leave him, and I bellevo slip
enrott more for hint than for cither
Hazel or me."
Just then our waiter brought the
check) and mother fairly beamed as
wo started for homo.
"Not that I haven't had a nlco
time, Tom.'' she said when we
laughed at her. "for I have had a
I wonderful daj. I never hhall forget
I admit that there are fanatics In everything t. Hut wo have left him long
hut uiiinv. maiiv thlniis have been done and then
laid at tho door of organized labor that they
never did nor even thought about doing. Thero
has been a lot of dirty work on that side which
no one knows anything about.
Pood prices soared bofore thero wn a demand
for more wages. How do they expect tho
working men to llvo. If they don't want to give
moro wages, why keep down their prices then.
Am m w-hat Oiu nrofesicd American wild about
u Mttl.n.l.l ...no (I,.. ,,,nltnl ..1.11,1 I (. nl.1 unnl
III" Illlliuia Ullll irt.,.w..., in.-.., ...u ........-.. , ......
would hnvo enough sense to know that ho was "lie Ud he'd call again tomor-
guesstng at what he said. Hn must havo had a row." alio rcpllod.
ilsenm like that. Having been In the coal mln- Mrs. Werner DMIkp Smial oblteu-
ing district for many years, 1 know the com!!- , tlon.
Uon of their homes. I don't think ho has had "V lint In tho .world do you sup-
mne.il iiierleiin nnd had bolter keen his ' POo ho wanted?" I naked Tom. after
enouirh." referring to the baby
When wp reached homo Norah
told mat i
"A gentleman called up twice Mra.
nundall; I've got hla name on a piece
of paper," and ahe ran to got It.
To my surprise Cirol lllacklock
had called mo up.
"Old he leavo'any messnge, No
rah?" I asked, wondering what ho
mouth shut till ho onus out wt.at no is mucin . fi x kllowT aolne to
tloiidness' What If he and his employer do I Klvo a dlnrrr or something 1 Huppowe
l"l0nfh, liuiurlind1 whathas luXiXo dd ""'Vhat" wou.dbe0iovely. but he'a a
over tho country anil what bus tn.it fcot to oo j,nPncor iI0-"
'pea'kC-ta, hb, f.-falhers have done , TlZT
tninn Iklvm lon im much if not moro. ir nn m.. .1
1 ill ill VI 1 miiiif-Liiiiia. iinr onu.
forefather Is like him he didn't do much, but
wo need now Is some good Inevstlgutlou and a
niuare deal with eeryone. then everyone will
be happy- There Is no particular class of pooplo
to blame for the present oomlltlons. AH aro
more or le to blame and what Is to he dpne
now Is to uult squabbling nnd do something.
Tulsa. January 2-
"flu" patients at pkl.ihiuna City are per
mitted a pint of ' u-.-dii tne" ah The fare n
.!( i is .M $ 3i n,i e.eryt)od knows
ill rj ..pi :. nip ti.iia.
There U no tieiuuro, sought or sung.
So sweet as that of being young;
Mohandas look down upon tho boy
And envy him his year of Joy;
ltlch men the bare-foot boy behold
And for hla chance would give their gold;
All men of 'kill would give their fame
Their Vanquished youth once moro to claim.
He that baa youth still holds the seeds
Of greatnem and Its manly deeds:
To him the morning skies are fair
And there is lummy evr where,
t'pun hli heart no burden Hat,
Tears have not over-dmtiwd his oyJ;
The glorlea nf the world remain
Kor him to fight for and to gain.
Them's none so great or rich, but he
Win he once more a boy to be;
I.lfo grants to pone auch treasures rare
As thiwe which youth alone may share
Tho glow of health, the radiant smile.
The freedom from tho sham'of style.
Great deeds not done, and songs unsung,
Helens to him who still la young,
Iltcher Is ho than millionaire
Who has nut yet come Into care;
-Motutrohs with all that they possciu
And all thetr pomp and legal drees
Havo no such bank account ot Joy
As thoso belonging in a bo.
lake shining P'-arls the yearn are strung
l ei h tn ' count who Fil l is young
Cepyrih. lfliO hy iMqar A, line.it
Well I hono ho will call up tomor
row' I'm wild to know what he
' What's that you're wild nlmut.
denr"" mother askovl. She had been
In with the baby nnd came Into the
room lust ns T ha.) spoken.
"A man." Tom teased.
"A man'"' mother repeated, look-
lug irnm one to the other a pjizzlcit
expression tn her face. Then smil
ing ua she caught Tom's quizzical
"A man wo met at Mls Morton'a
dinner telephoned, nml left word ho
would call again. I kiI,i 1 was wild
to know w-htut bo wanted," 1 ex
plained, "I think though U Is prob
ably a dinner party."
"Hut Sue. don't you have to return
all theso dinners?" mother asked.
"You can't bo under obligations to
"That's what I tell her," Tom said,
ns he glanced up from his paper.
"Oh, we'll return them tn some
way. of course! 1 broko In. I didn't
wunt mother nnd Tom to got started
on tho iioclal obligation Htuff.
We wcro nil tired out nnd went to
bed early As I was brushing my
hair. Tom faaht:
"U was rather queer aliout
Blnrklocu's calling up I mean. I Irope
be won't think Jut because he met
.us ut Vivian's he has got to entertain
us. It will be a bea-illy nuliance
anyway you put It U- ho docs."
"I ilon't eo why." I returncil
quickly "If lie Ukod us and wants
to snow us a llttlo attention, I should
think inu Would be Dlcased lnutcad
of finding fault "
"Who is flndlntr fault7 It poems
to mo you'ro too ready to Jump n
fellow for nothing. I guess your day
ha been too much for you. Hurry
und get Do bed, and get n good rem."
Aa UMti.11 Tom was asleep almost
Inntiintly; but I livid awake thinking,
wotwiermg, trying to gutw win
Carol Itlacklock should have tele
phoned, not once but twice. Surely
it was aomethlni: Important In the
dark I bluhod ns I remembered how
attentive ho had been to mo nt Vi
vian's dinner party: and some of tin
fo.'Ushly complimentary things he
nan f.tlit recurred to me Kticcclie I
haj forgotten In tho excitement of
mother's visit; and tho many IhlngH
we nail taiKeii about
He had told me I was lovely, and
thnt he honM I was atuireclateid.
had given It no thought nt-the time.
now I wondered what ho had meant,
Tomorrow A CHft from Tom's
A HE MARTIN
The Ynnna Ladu
Aernsa n XV mi
SHI H I,.. I
The young lady across tho w-ay
flays sho loves to go down tn tho
awlmmlng pool, get Into her- bathing
suit and Indulgo In a llttlo dlpso
mania for halt or three-quarters of
l " .
Nobody nlnt bin Intrnloosaj f
to tho pltty gerl that 1. n jV
In next door to Mary W. Wm. i
account of Mary Wntlr'ri want
teriiooHo cnytioity ou' of tc ,
thla morning on the way to an
Winn i-uus HimKins i tua a
Hirer now to rinu out nor rarr
saying to Tuds, I tell yr a wt,
lets wato for tho let;er carrlw
ask him If he's got c.y ic''ori I'
her house nnd tell htr.i we're p
lng that way nnd we'll t.vka tha ,
ters and eavo Wm the er er tmhb .
and then wo can reed wai na.ua i
on tno lottcre, .
O, all rite, hut wtt If 't mixeitii
lato tor SK0017 mid I'uja
Aro you afraid of belrg Wt k
akool, holey smoaksf I sea,
Puds ned No I a!nl afrai'J of beir.-
lato, i jewt iiont wunt to bo keppt
thats all Im afraid of
And wo waited for the l?'icr cv
ricr down at the corner ' cin? w.
ty cold waiting, ond we eMrted
slop waiting along about 4 Miri
am! dldent, nnd after ? w., tv.
letter carrier came at r.g , m
his letters, nnd Pui's -c ' 0(
morning, hnvo you g t e t for ft
ihotiee waro the lam per ,s'
Thata tho now fntn.lv vt. I ti
llevo I have, Bed the Ic t r c.-urir
and I seil, well do jou w -t us '
take them np for you wa're go'',
up that way, It wont be cny :t
trubblo for us.
Thanks for tho kind f r butt
going up that way nn f ncd e
letter carrier, Wloh he k -m end
lng, and Puds sed. Vie w u d
...In.l I.Ll,ln . . .. . I .
.ii,,,., ,.-i,iiii ua nun i vc . iti -
wats her name, I mcc-i waw ts
O, thata how It Is. Is o" fed ft
let'er carrier, harta nnd ficwerst'J
bloom In the spring, i-a u vt X V-
sorry, out wo re not niinw.a to r.'
out ony namtfl, If I t you ti
namo im unci to gei nurj; .
Aw. no you alnt. the worst ft'
would do would be in l ' yw
hi-knn. T seil unit the I f'.r. '
sed, O, Im much ob.ig ' r J '
being so optlmlstick Ir 'e A'
ho kepp on going w -n- ' w-
us. nnd we wn lato 1 ' -eel i.
wna KeDD in a nour c im us if
-.1. . 1. .. ...... rr. . 1 .. tr" (V f'
iliuuucr iiiuu ii ifc --v -
making tno pritty mad.
"Kvlilonce" Will He In Dcmnnil.
Wo can readily sco that the ten
dency of "the evidence" to disap
pear Is going to be nn obstacle In
tho enforcement of prohibition,
One 1'njn Chauffeur That n Week.
What haa become of the old-fsnh
toned farm hand who thought he
was doing well to get J JO a month
"nhd found"? IHrmlngham Ags-Herald.
I I II a BBBBBBBHa
In spcakln' o' elderberry wine,
t'dny iMtv Hilda says you kin only git
fi jr c 'X crs ( tn faib -n Mrs. hm
Moota t siri bae Jl'ti she might
liave bpent fcr egga.
I Huh Hint Don't .Mean Anything,
In tho course of time Victor Mer
ger may grow weary of getting ho
fuMher than n renewal of his ere
dentlals as a Wlsoonaln favorlta son.
Here's n Chnnee l-Nir lroplicta,
Comtng In. In 1913, on a one-term
plank. It remains to bo seen whether
Woodrow Wilson will go out, In 1521,
on a third-term stretcher. Anacon
da Standard. .
I returc Tours Would Help Out.
Kill, has Mr Bryan considered
whether ho will bo able to live In
Washington on $75,000 a year?
Ilnli! Slioo'a on Other liot Now.
Thero need be no more solemn
conferences on how to abolish the
treating habit Haltlmore American.
KWrm In I.lne, Men, Don't Crowd)
Congress Is asked to pay for !,
100 awards for 69,000,900 gallons of
liquor Washington lost.
Ilnrn Unlicnlilty for Americans
Let us, however, be Just. .Mexico
haa a wonderful climate. Chicago
For instance, call now and see for yourself the
economy in our prices in
Newest and best styles are selling under the
market in our stores at this time.
CALL OR WRITE
Easy Terms If Desired
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A. J. CHII'K, Mgr.