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'1TLSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1920.
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THURSDAY, .lAXI'.MIV SO.
Heboid, the eye "f llin Lord I" upon them llmt
fear lilm, iimn them thut that Impo In lili
mercy I "mi 3.1:111.
Aitmint Imnptiitlmiit sharp nml long
My soul In this dear refuge fllij;
llnpt. In my Hticlinr, firm nnil nlrnnR,
...I. ii.. . I.I ....1 l.ltl.ti.u rlA
tilllir lllll "Tlin imi. tint. mi. ,
lit lliy miTcy. o I-iil-il, lie upon u, iiccunllHK 1
n v. linpo in iiio. i-mi. .1.1 a.
XVn don'l know whfit Mr. Tiift Kct" prpnl
ilont of tlmt piMr. lonuiie Unit H trylnu to put
thi covpnant over, Imt wlmlnvcr It In 1ii'h urn
Tlirrr'n tills illffiinmpe Imtwoi'ti llm Itcil river
nml tlin Uto Oniniln. . If nny onrnli-iw pnrHiui
hiihph it oup mi Itcil rlvnr or yt'lln, "Hnlinul Imt
tor." liOMtllltlin will Ik-hIii,
TIio MilsknLeu Tlinrn-lli'ttiiJOnit Ihlnkn llmro
miKht tu bo n npccliil law "for the unto ilrlvvr
Him rutin ilnwn it mtin, wom.tn or uhllil itnd
ilrlvoH on without MtopplUK (() offer nunlnliuipi'."
Thorn In. Wlmt In wuntcil In it Hpuclul litw tlmt
will I'liiihlo nn outritRdil public tu cotoli llm
blnl uftor lio lutn" il riven on.
Tim Iloltnml Kovortiineiit In rofunlnK to iln
liver t)i kalHcr to tlin nlllru tlneil illploniittlo
IntiRU.iiP'. Hut the ntther hlttnt point It miulu
rouu'ii to thin: llolhtiitl hud no part In tho wnr,
no part In nutltlni; llm terinn of pmre, no p.trt
In ilntwhiff Up pinna for world control, nml
I under no obligation to Join Ihn iillb'H on nny
point. It may not ho Kood nenso for n Utile
nation to talk to llm "niw" In that way. but
It lndlcntett that tlxtro 14 at Irani niie that liim no
Intention of "Jlnln' " ho covenanters.
W ISA 1 1 A ('AHNATION THIS lAV.
Thin l MoKlnlny day. anvpnly-Heven years
Atfo today there wan bo4n In Nlles, Ohio, a babe
iloHtlned to play a uoiinpteuoun tolo In the history
of his country. That babe Kretv Into a man
who breame tho Iwenty-flflh president of the
United Slates lead his country I liroiiftl) n vlctorl
oil mir, healed the ftirtlnmillsiu 'hat had weali
onetl the nation for years, was assassinated at
tho very zenith of bis power and popularity
ami, on Septomber II, 100 J. breathed his last In
tho presence of a reunited nation BtaudliiR In
Wlllliihl Molvlnley was v. Intense American
nationalist whose faith In the hlRh destiny of
his country never weakened. lie bttllovod that
America was Indeed destined to ho a llisht unto
all mankind, and by example and sympathy
lead the nations Into belter lelatlons and
permanent peaceful pursuits. Ho preached
patriotism as man's highest duty, next to that
ho owed his Clod; and ho was unsparing In his
condemnation of thoso who houkIiI to unity
class against class
)pniup ho himself alnmat always wore a pink
enrnntlon In the lapel of his coat, the mornlnK
attention of his wife to whom ho was ever de
voted, his birthday lm cotno to bo known ru
carnation ii.iy. On this lUiy thoso who cham
pioned him while llvlnu and rover his memory,
wear a pink carnation.
Ills was a life worth omiilatlnR. . Wear a oar;
nation this day.
Till: I.MI'OHTANI.'I'. OP Ct'liP l'OKTS.
Thoro Is no doubt but tho .Interesis of Okla
homa and ihe entire lower MlwlsAlppi valley
are with the gulf ports In their effort to secuie
and maintain just freight rales and terminal
favors and facilities. The contest now on In
Wasliliigton between thoso directly Intureoted In
these ports, and representatives of eastern ports,
continental raiUay lines and so forth, Is of
much Krcater Interest to the south, southwest
nnd, In fact, the whole nation, than the average
Durlnt: the war wo rrjllied how litadeouato tho
' coiiKoatod uhlppiiiK facilities of tho north
'Atlnntlo, ports were when fho entire nation wns
'In' octlon. Kvervthlnc movlnc north and o.ist,
from tho Pacific, irront lakes and Rtilf reRlons,
no loss than from the meat Intortuil valley
Diu food basket of tho world resulted In n con
gestion of llio lunns. Tho nation breathed. In
tornix " transportation, only with tho Krcntrst
And yet, all tho ubn tho railwaya und ship
plug possibilities ut tho suuthern end of the
w jiiby win- iilu.ost i'l.o i fat esii.n
liiuid li"l be forKo'ln
The try II for lirule Willi Ihe roirlrufit S'jil'h
of us 'I In n let our ports of entry nml mi'loi
be established In lino with Hi trtul o-f trsdc
to nnd from Dint continent. That li common
'llm thorough development of Ihn Kiilf ports
mnsni n mum Intsnslvo dsvelopmont of 111"
adlaeent KUlt states. Mnko the Riilf ports wli
they should be, ulvn Ilium fnvornbln rsllwsy
frelRht rn(e from lh Interior, and thsro will
speedily apflni; Up In 'Texas, Oklahoma,
Ixiulsiano ami olhir adjfleent stalM, whern other
factors are favorable, Kreiu Industrial e.nntors
like thon that nw eitmnt New Kncland Ktnl
His arm surrounding Ni-w York, lloston anel
To do (Ills In natlomttfsm at lt Yet. Ixit's
develop America, not a mere section of It. IH's
think In terms of America, not merely In terms
of a retitrldfeil reKlen. Tim next half cnturf
should dlscovsr (JiJiiik on In Ihr iiiihwest what
the lust halt century iKcompllshed In Ihe north- ,
weal - all of Which would be to Ihr glory of
Oklnhmun should nerietleiilly support the
Killf ports In their flifht nl U'ashliuclon.
.ii'iKii: ami;s in 'in i ; IiImumcht.
.1 tiilui II, Ames, Oklahoma's near cabinet
member. Is recolvInK biH medn of attention from
tho editors of the country for a speech delivered
In Oklahoma City a tlmo buck. I,eslie's
Weekly ipioles the Oklahoma limn as soylnK'
"Oruanlr.ed enplliil Is a urcater menaie to
;the tountrV thnu orKanlred labor. 1 be
lieve lbs I'nlled Slates Steel forporstlon
Is tho father of all our economic problems.
I (insider John I.. I.ewls ami Willis m Oreen
lo bo better citizens Hum Klbert H. Oary."
In falrnisH to Jtldttn Ames let It lie said that
In the local reports of his speech ut Ihn time
no such statement nppoured. 1 1 in neither has
:he Kentleinan corrected the oft-repeated state
ment tlmt he used such words. Nor tho addi
tional statement attributed lo him: "Uibor Is
ritfhtlnK for what It believes to be rlnht, wlilln
capital Is fighting for power."
It Is difficult tu treat suah absurdly false
statements with dignity. Tb.it difficulty Is all
the Krenter when comlnK from a man of Judtje
Ames" well-known standlm; and practice. It
Is Impossible lo even account for ('harles II.
Amos tuldni: this position without attributing
base motives. Which H tantamount to sayinx
that Aiiich tho cltlxcn does not bel'eve it word
Unit Is here ulteieil by Ames, the assistant to
tho United HtatiH attorney general In Wood
row Wilson's cabinet with a prospect of pro
motion to a cabinet position. And that does
the reputation of Charles II. Ames ifi Oklahoma
If the assistant to tho attorney general really
believes Hint "IiiIhh- Is flKhtini; for what It be
lieves to be right white capital Is only fighting
for power," then he Is probably lb" iwo well
Inforimul man In thn United States who doen
believe that. And ' ho forms his opinion, too,
In direct defiance of the established facts.
Wo hold no brief for Mlbert (iary or tho steel
corporation, but the record in Ihe recent steel
Htrlko ptoves beyond even question that Clary
was assailed by oi Knotted labor iUltu ns un
Jurtlflabtn as ns llelglau assailed by (lermany.
And tho offensive camu from without and not
from within Ihe employed, forces of tho steel
corporation. Clary never bent mo tho nggresvir.
lie simply stood firm and withstood tho re
pealed nsHivtilts of tho ablest shock troops of tho
political leaders of nrganUod labor.
Does Judge Ames mo.tn to s.ty to the country
that In this Inslanco labor was the noblo de
fender of Its rights, nnd Oary the ngfrressor.
seeklnir power? Suoh a proposition Is absurd
Or Is the Oklahoma gentleman ono of those who
asset t that capital Is always wroni; and labor
It has been charged front almost every
vantage point Hint labor, for several months,
bus peen engaged in an attempt lo wrest politi
cal authority from government and Industrial
domination from employers. And In not a few
Instances union ttimi themselves have admitted
tint i. and are now demanding that this clement
of labor bo effectively snuelched.
Judge Ames, nt Indianapolis, commanded the
respect of tho nation. Ills public utterances In
challenging tho defiance of thii political leaders
of union labor In the coal strike were ad
mirable. Hut his Oklahoma City utteranco se
riously Indicted his previous words nnd acts. If,
an a matter of fact, labor was fighting for Its
rights against so-called capital fighting for
powur, then Judge Ames was appearing In nn
unwuithy roust) when he (imxinvl labor and
necessarily espoused tho cause of capital In tho
coal stilke action,
Tho country understood that the coal capi
talists were asking for nothing but tho enforce
ment of law and the protection of their properly,
whllo tho labor leaders were defying not only
the law, but tho nuthorlrod ngrnis of govern
ment as well. 1
There nro few greater capitalists In Okla
homa thoi "Charley" Ames. Tho statu Iiiih no
citizen who has moro assiduously devoted his
life to tho cause of capitalism than has ho In
his practice as a corporation lawyer. Why,
let It bo nsked In all sorlousniw, has ho never
sought a retainer from that sldo on which
Justice, according to his preachment, always
It'a only when dlactiHslng present conditions
or forcctvBtlng futuro events that tho esteemed
New York World pulls n Merkle. It Is usually
fairly accurate In conimentlnBion ancient history.
It sas' "The truth U Woodrow Wilson was a
political accident, lie secured tho nomination
betituso of a fight between tho liryaii demo
crats and tho Kynn democrats, and ho was
elected to tho presidency on a minority voto
because Theodore ltmwevclt had detcrmlnM
to discipline Wllllnnt II. Taft for insubordina
tion." Tho senate should breath easier, now that
I.udwlg C. A 1C Martens, soviet ambassador, has
informed It that his government has decided
nQt to overthrow oilier uuvernmcnts (it this
n OTIS LOKTlN
The 1 ir.tr request of ib" iii titer of '.h voting
mail IhoiikIi' .tlxMji a w ddum at Muskng' e
Wllh (ho democratic wnmn. ih rnlnern. 1
CAtn !tuwll nnrt Auditor Carer leppln(f on bis
mm 'invrrnor ItoberUoli In look In forward
in an early spring
flpoaklna; of the eenmin, 11. I). IVUley quotes
Mill Hpenrnr III his "Aflr Three o'Clnck" .is
IrHVln said. "A lil nf people who do nol count t
at. Iiinn Interviewed by thoso who do." I
A woomri' lours, nays U D. IMIIny, Is 'ho
relet WMtur power known Anil he might
have scMml thnt ltmr are more men tryln to
irrab thiU kind of a wsler-imwnr siU tlmn any
On of the funny hlns about pollUt is that
Mitn Oklahomans r ennfinrlng .1. J. MiOraT'vl
rnpubllmn nntlonsl committeeman, with J J
Modniw, miniHKHr of in ,nav rorn tiinnin we
heard one man ssy the other day that th reason
be was mis Inst Mcflraw for ooinmltltiman was
Irt-oauo't It wnii his mlsmaiiHRemmit that ratine d
thn 1 1 Mint to low the pennnnl.
Tho O'llsnnon mm pnny at Clarernoro gels out
omo wile ndvertUiIng Tho "lewd" on Its latent
iloovr-lrn on th presidency,
I'oludrxtMr oswlng Wood,
ltrtui up from Hlt cre)k,
Joliimiin out for good.
Hardline pounds the Underwood,
CoolldHe blushes for Masmtrhu,
Owen after INHmer Hoiwe,
What th'll will MiAdoo?
I'or nlMiut Iwo years this colyum Ists from
lime to time hsd somelhliin lo soy In favor it i
ah!n; thn streets, and we feel now that the1
campaign Is hnirlunlnK to bear fruit We have
Molten far enough along as to runs Commit
iloner McNiilty in chuckle and Burgle, and.
Mayor Hubbard In moke a pnwlng remark on i
anonymity .Thetw gurgle ami passing rr
marks were mused by a number of citizen
cllpplni; the nuggejrtlon and mailing it to the
mayor Home time In the future we hope lo
uuiMe iho entire city administration to look upon
he matter . rlnunly
(jluromctcr of Public Opiiiioti
I'min "An oil I'lcld Worker."
Hdllor World: After tending the itrtlclo In
"i. iistier under ih heading llarometer of
I'ulille Opinion of January 21. signed "A
Header," In answer to the srtleln signed "An
American," I feel that I ought to partly nnswer
It. .Mr. "A Header" t'lalmn the mlneis wanted
lo work fle days out if e h week. Why didn't
they eome to the oil fields where they could
work six or .seven days out of each week'
Weie the miners lied to their Job or did they
want five ilitjM pty without any work?
The mini that slgnx himself "A Heador"
"eerns to think that the gentleman who signs
himself "An American" has no light to bo it
.Mimon, I rend both articles Jn your paper and
I think that tho gentleman who signs himself
An American" In while clear through and the
kind of it-man that mnko n good M.tson. Why
dont some of those prosperous people around
Shamrock hunt up Mr. "A Header" and donate
him 00 per cent of their profits?
Yours ery truly,
Tulsa, January 55,
A 1'rlciiillv ('oircMK)ndciit.
IMitor World: On reading your vicious at
tack upon II. C. Hoover, a person with no knowl
edge of Ihe newspaper business, or newspaper
miTr. ami who feeH as I do about .Mr. Hoover.
vonhl probably writo you to the effect that you
must bo "dead from the neck up." In that you
do not seemingly know the whence, how-nnd
the why of the man, himself, or the present
ftgltntlon of "Hoover for president."
Coming front one who has been comr-dled
by his duties to know every net of Mr. Hoover
since ho entered public life, as well as tho cir
cumstances lending up to his entrance thereto,
these comments of yours would bo funny, wero
hot tho subject a very serious mttter, and one
In which the best Interests of America are ut
Mr. Hoover Is now the focus of attack.i from
all the political gangsters of both parties, for
they hate no man so much as an Independent
man who has a chance to spoil their game.' A
large section of the public, which Is under the
Impression that It Is time the said game wns
broken up. has no sympathy for their walls.
Ono pertinent suggestion! If Hoover Is so
much thn tool of large interests an you dure
lo Inslnuile, why has not ihe republican party
absorbed a man of such proved valuo for Its
Thnrn In oriA nfiiteioent nf voorit whlrli with
a slight emend ttlon. Is true, livery American '
Is (should be) very much concerned about
what Is going on. I think, for my part, that
there must be enough people who have learned
alKfbout Hoover to make tjiese attacks roll off
like r.iln off a dtik.
I have found that there is one field, of which
the almost omniscient newspaperman Is dense
ly ignorant. Tills Is mining. It Is a rather im
portant field, us SO per cent of nil the freight
hauled on American railroads coijie from tho
mines. To be a real mining engineer Invotvos
first, the broadest technical education required
for any profession, an It embraces parts of nil
the others; ik'oond, yeajs 'of successful ex
perience In many fields, third, a broad-Kaugo
buMnPMi ability; fourth, perh.-ps I should havo
put this first absolute, unaHcst loned Integrity.
Herbert ('. Hoover has all of theso things. He
Is an author of ability; his "Principles of Min
ing" Is a olasalo. He Is a philosopher, as ono
of tho scribes who recently spent nn evening
,.iit. i.i, utests Hint he w .is amazed beyond
....... I,, t., Iinnt- Hi inviir nntllnn tin t mini tt nttr
"7.. fi.i, ii.v,.loooieiii. UK IS not
V UOLITUMAN which is ihr best thing I can'
, 1 uuu n ...... 1
one moro thing I must say before I clone: If
all the mnn who are knocking Hoover ever see
fit to tpur Kurope, I advise them to keep out of
llolglum, and tin Invaded area of France, or to
go InroBiiHo. They know who Hoover It over
Yours for no more bunk,
HOWARD II HI'OFFORO.
Harllesville, Okla., Jan. 26. 1920.
Tit 10 fltOTIXTlXO l'li.(5
Copyright UJ20 by Kdgar A. tluest.
It's tho laughter of tho children that Old
It's the safely of our women nn tho land und
on tho sella;
It's tho llttln homos wo're building and tb.o
peace that evening brings
That tho IT.ib above la shielding and a
thousand other things.
Oh. don't you oatch the vbilon that is shining
through Iff folds?
Can't you see tho Rlorlous futuro that our
Starry ll.Uiner hoM?
Don't you sre tho glad tomorrow for U1U1
nation of tho freo
And tho happy men nnd women that your
chlldteit ,aro to he?
You shall never know contentment save that
Flag Is over head.
If you turn from It nnd ecorn It you shall
dlno on hitter bread,
It's Vour Jromlso to your children that when
you are dead and gone ,
They shall have a wlso protector and In
safety Journey on,
Cluard tho Fine that files above you, true, to
(loll nml t ureto man,
8mnd forever at Its service, deaf to every
For there Is no dream you cherish, and no
deed you hope to do.
Hut Old (llory in its beauty guarantees to
yours and you.
1 liSi? Si
III!,! 1 'm',J u
EtIJ In The Ntioal Republican
By Jane Plielpif
a . ?. V$i!7hL '"V ly. ubt l,ut babv Jown and help me
A (.1ft lYont Tom's Mstcr. open this bundle. 1 in curious to
1 no nt xi tin'iniiiK nbou, ,u o clock hn.w v.ham in it."
!."P...,1.,t.1f Lr." r',IUf Iuul w,lo .a," WhW1 wo hud at lat ten off the
expressman stcnxi there iw. ...Ver ,,t
with nn enormous burnt le.
"Mr. Thomas Hutidall, Jr., he
nsked. residing tho uddro, thou
gliuicjiiK at uiu.
Vr a momnnt I couldn't think
Thomas IlnmhUl ttind0 familiar
enough, but tho Jr. had ,tn unusual
CMirM. Suddenly It camo over me
that tho bundle w.is addressed to
baby. Without paying one bit of at
tention of tho expressman who stood
waiting, shlf Ing from one foot to
tho other. I callod for mother.
"Oh. leich a Joke'" I explained
when she Joined me, "I had forgotten
lli.it I had a iMby. TlvlH'parcel is ad
dreseod to Tom, Jr., and I couldn't
remember nny such petvon "
lioth mother and tho expressman
"I take it he s a little chap," Hu
man f.ltd as he thowed hie whcio to
' If you'll wait a mlnuto I'll nhow
hint to you," mother replied. "We
think he Is quite wonderful."
I wad annoyed iU mother for niak
lnif o freo with the-.cxpresHntan, but
two pairs of the loveliwtt blankeU
(or hahy 3 bed; a mother goose
spread, and a baby pillow of dainty
embroidery and drawn wor. A card
"Iio from Aunt Hazel," was all
Nothing Too CimmI For n Haby.
"Why ll'a from Tom's Ktter!" I
exclaimed, "the rich one 1 told you
about." I ml
"Whai! a lo(ely prfttent." sho re
plied, smoothing the Koft blankets
"And If she Is no rich she Kin afford
Urn from mother nn, innkilng a nesi
of the blanket". I pint Mm In It. then
with tho quaint mother gooe rig
erett "Look Vorah!" I oalled, "come
and see baby!"
"Sure they Is none too Kfvl fr
him," Nomh sniffed when I fthnwer!
the womliTful gift to her. "Not a bit
too good," she repeated.
When Tom r.-uno home ifhev had
lo bo shown nenln. He was delighted
more I think nt the Idea that nt lnt
his Hlster hnd dlglied to notice her
smoll nphew. than at the beauty of
I felt rather ashamed of the way
I had Fpoken of Hnel, nnd -viid so
frankly. I hail thought tdio looke.1
down upon me; did not think me
good eniiugh for Tom, njud-lt had
"Write her a nice noto, and you
might ask her to come over nml fdzc
up the, kid," Tom ald. "She won t
come, but 1t will do no horm to iisk
her. I'y the way. did Macklock ring
"Xn!" Jus: then Nornh called:
"Thnt mnn Wlrat called you up yep
(erdav wants to speak to i-ou. Mr
Itandall." , ,
Tomorrow Carol Hlacklock a
1 s.uii nyiiiing. nnni sue orotignt nauy.
kicking and gurg-llng, to the door.
ILihy Is Admired.
"Ho cer'itlnly ' Is a fine boy,
ma'am," the man tnld, nml reaching
out he pattiil the tiny hand. "Tho
misslH and me had ono, but It died
He said It quite (-imply; nol nt all
'is if lie were n-sk.ln for sympathy.
Yot motliir's eyca wero full of tears,
arvd I turned iwtvay,
"WouM you like to como In and
hold him a minute?" she a-sked.
"Would you let me, ma'am?" ho
turned to me. Uerhnps ho hail sensed
mv unwilllnKnea lo have baby so
"Yes come In." I answered, hesl
tatlng a little, yet quit won over by
the man's manner. Then too, ho
seemed clean nnd respectable
lie slopped Just made Iho door
und mother laid Tom Jr. In his arms.
He held him as easily ili 11 woman
would: and 'talked to him in u low
voice tVit lnby o-enied to like, for
High Wages Out of Inv litres,
Tho .New York public will 'be
astounded nnd alarmed at the re
newed demands by tho Interboroiigh
Rapid Transit labor loiders for an
other w.igo lncronso for tho workers.
It may bo that the traction workers
of M.mhnmn and tho llronx do n'0d
moro pay to meet tholr Increased
coat of living. It may bo that they
ought to havo more to bo on nn
equality with other wngo earners no
moro skilled than they nnd no moro
necessary to the buslnei and com
fort of tho public. Hut they nro de
manding money which Is not being
earned by tho traction linos. They nro
Insisting upon getting something
which doesn't exist for them or for
anybody to got. They are proposing
to squeeze blood out of a atone.
Now- Y'ork Sun.
Tho continuance of the, nlr mall
service Is left In doubt by thn action
of tho houso In dropping tho pro
posed appropriation of (850.000
from the poatofflce bill. Tho senate
Is expected to restore the Item, nnd
certainly! it ought not to bo allowed
to go by tho board without careful
consideration. The air mall service
118 mugs-led down ag.Unat the rough
coat most Lonteiiteillv.
Thank you. mii'.im." he mid nfter
a moment, as .lie gave the baby Into
mother's .trni, "I'll hnvo wmelhlng
to tell the misms tonigivi, an 1 w.
un awkwnrd bow he was gone.
"Did you notice how he held the
babv'' mother nsked. "He wasn't u
"Ves. I noticed," I replied absent-
may not of
dropping ocninu. springticid Re
publican, WnntK to Arguo With Umpire.
Rryan doesn't seem to know that
three strikes Is out. Columbus Record.
Th the n.or iroer let another feller
tlmt don't tvem t care how much he
spends for year olo sen tr .Muster
Ilfo Hud, Jr. Is Usltln' his gran
maw till he gits tired of his ClirLst
Who Says Thcre'r .No Mini el cm I
Now that 1-ndy Aator hns boon
etectwl she has quit 'talking. Now
ACTUATED ONLY BY UP
RIGHT AND PATRIOTIC CON
SIDERATIONS, MOVED NEITHER
BY PASSION NOR SELFISHNESS
TrlE GOVERNMENT WILL CON
TINUE ITS WATCHFUL CARE
OVER THE RIGHTS AND PROP
ERTY Of AMERICAN CITIZENS..
-a . . ft ... '.j 1
C- Sb "
I wub laying on tho setting room
floor wishing my lesnlns was all
done Insted of all wulting to
done, and pop was sniojking nnd
thinking, and I sed, Pop?
Who, me sod pop,
McenltK wnt did I wunt, and I
scd, Wat do you think, pop. I vo
kepp all my New Yeor resolutions.
Tho doose you have, sed pop.
Yes sir, 1 ted, and pop sed, I can
hardly bleovo It, I dtdettt know you
Yes sir, I made 4. I mado 4 nnd
Ivo keep them nil, I sod.
4, well, well, think of thnt, wat nro
they? sed pop, and I ued, Well, the
fcrst one Is, Resolved not to go to
tho movies moro than 0 times a
week so as to not waste, so mucin
Did you over go G times a week?
I think I did, once. I sed, and pop
tod, Ci, ami I scd, Yes sir, and the
2nd rcsolootlon Is, Resolved, not to
take eny baths If thcro alnt eny hot
wuttlr, so ns not to catch eny un
That one will require all your will
power and devotion to dooty, Im
sure, sed pop.
Yes sir, and tho 3rd ono Is, Ro
solved, not to crack nuts With ray
frunt teeth, I nod. K
How about your back ones? sed
pop, and I sed, I client resolve eny
thlng about them, do you wunt to
heer the 4th resollotlon, pop?
I hardly think I could stand eny
more, I col a little weak alreddy,
So I dldent tell him the 4th one.
being. Resolved, not to get up be
fore Im culled In tho morning no as
to bo suro not to dlsterb enybody.
im ...... .. ....
I exeJnlmed taking
with Hie dainty npreau
Defeat of Clcmcncrnli.
Tho defeat ot Clotncnceau for
president' renects no crediy on
France. The president Is largely a
figurehead and tho presidency is not
tho most desirable office In the!
World, but It would have crowned I
tho career of a man to whom, re
gardless of shortcomings nnd temp
eramental defects, tho French re-
niltllln nt,',.J n rr,. 1. t,,l V.
,.u..,,h, w, , i, .... t. vj i hinii.uiiU lout, a
can never be nald. It u-m thn In.'H
dnmltable courage ot Ulcmenceau
that carried tho nation through tho'
last phase of tho war. and through
out the world ho Is looked upon as
tho very' embodiment of Fronch vie-1
tory. Now Y'ork. World.
The Young Zndy
Across the Way
WW t tr . I,M,
Itself bo a prime public
it is much moro than
enterprl.se; It Is closo-
to tho development of
which this country Is
Tho young lady across tho way
aays her father Is .vory loyal to his
homo town and always mnkci his
loans at his own bang at S per cent
eVen though money Is quoted as
high as IS per cent in Now York.
"Th. tun in wt b-.it . .
Thursday, ,laiiunr .in,
Ttnc Sntn nnd Mere ,,
ly fur good to human.'
cordliu; to amroi'g
Lranus arc In uilKl. i,. ,
Kdltora and writers r,. .
come under a direction ,,
tnnt promises exfy.iui.i .
enco on the public ni in i r
ly newspapers and pen. i ,
prom during mo nen: i. w
Adver'lslnir hits th,.
nun 111 exiraonunnr . n
among Hio lenrnvd prof. PJI (
in nnos not mincrto fi.i-)', , t
Again the stars stnil .,.,..
women lit high pint J
promising anp.ct fl)r ..-,.JZ
and lit politics.
Tho planetary covert
wet i m,
' ""ek I
1 "i iall
niiMildoii for those '
polntmonln or position 1
the nppllcantH hme lnK. ,
There Is a olgn re. id
for correspondence , 1
tlon. Dlplomaev nh, .
adroitness and rcsoii'.-. 1
r tendency toward tu,i
Rldemtlon of publlr
i-tcoino apparent dun-
Actors and draieativ
promising tureciion of in,.
' trs t
moKes tor imipponoeeei. nnd
liberty thnt will e-mble thm
work out high Ideals
Changes In thc.t'ricij mli1m
mcnt, so long prophil ,1 i,v
gers, will take pl.ieo rit 1 nv in
end of the year mav siin.v h t
doncy towunl Improved ( m.
One of the o'gns if ti, t
the pressure for short' r 1
work and the seers rteol iro ti t r
but the beginning of ,. -.,,',)
the Ihuman race will n i .),,.
cannot fulfill Itn di-cln nni,,
haw time to cultivate tf.o i,irl.
Hide of life. '
Persons wiioxe hlrthdn'r p 1, n
have n strenuous yenr They
expect much activity in bu-m,
Children born on hls a. ,
likely to be exceedingly c'. vir 1
lMelllgent, but tihesi- h-i1.)oc'ii
Aquarius Khould bo tramM t,, k,
ICuvrrlltil. lfU. btllf lrt1rN-p.M!tnlj
A (irent Oixnlon.
Thnt first Reunion of iti lur
of nations was rather iKtilmno g,
ness dnno; regrets etn. -.,f , (
absence of tho United S:.ii., "vb
Is I'rlnco Hamlef" mi.. 1 iw m
"An It plenso Y'our M.Jiwty," ,
l'olonltls. "tho senate wmiM not
him como!" "Off with -he nenati
heads:" quoth she. "T it. pit.
dear," said tho king: "pirhapn'i
better ko!" Thereupon thev ,ippo.
i'h 11 tiermanent Kecret.irv rr"m
C 1 "N Hrlllsli foreign of flea at .t l.inje ,
Bennie s Notebook , adjourned ew t
y 1 Herald.
Wo like It l p!
Suppose n man with 3 'nfi
cellar should up and die Won'!
heirs havo a right to inherr 111.
o, how would the ili-uh ,ix
levlel? New York Telivr.iph.
It In't 'io I'artlctiliir.
.Maybe the Reichstag t. ul,
Merger Kit In It. Columli i . 1 ibpa-
CnllM for Secret Diplomacy,
No more open drinks openly
rived nt. :Now York S in
To compel children n 4 tr
while writing In srhx' n ttnc
In Kurope lios Invented 1 rod to
attached to a desk a-d '"rmlr
Ing In a cup to hold a chi'lid
According to Its Jllwn-i lam
nn electrical attnclmn n To- nu
of all types causes the hair to
on end for easy culling nnd at
same thno tn;issnges lt r.c
The great national e.i
South 'American inanuf n tii" 1
products which was p nnM
Pretoria In March ami pnl '
been pofttponed until in.".'
When tho handle of a Ms
vente'd by n New Y"H mm
women starts to slip fn m 1 u
wrist It Is automnflcaM) tishtet
So their owner will n"' 1 H
whllo traveling nn in . nHir
hinged together a hi:r brush 1
Of French Invention m 1 pract
typewriter small rnoug'i t 1 te '
rled In a coat pock' t an I Tn
while held In tho hand
Absolutely We (.uiirantro II
VCIth tho tone, tin
tho remarkable dm ii
tiro the result of
careful, conwl' nt 1
building by the '
You Will Ncwr Regret n t
lowest Prices In Un.'-d Sl(
on Voso I'M'' '
Easy Payments If peiirfi
Call or Wr.t
Otgo HIM -1'JI
A. J. nurn. Mnnasc''