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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1920.
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Tl'MSIfAV, rUIIHUAUV 10, 1020
Suroly I know that It shall txi woll with thorn
that foar (Jod. Keel. 8:12.
Ill" mercy never shall rcmovn
From turn of heart Mlnccro;
Iln Haven thn souls whoso humble lovn
In Jolnod with holy fpnr.
Ood hn mcTolfiil to mo n ulnnnr. Lnhn 1IM3.
.Mavbo "overythlnu In peanlipH down In drtor
Blu." hut Juit thn B.mio Atlanta roclntorod 88
dlrorcrs In ona dav
If Blr Oliver IxhlBo la looklntc for "departed
Brlrltu, ho will find them over lr Cuba.
Thn Arttjiflnn tnr amnll rf1nm ma I. ..nr. in,l '
to rest for a while Thoso wo lmve with ua buy
Borne of the fnctortoa In Htuoila hKvo rontoroil
the 84-liour weak, nvon ovlot I lunula ha dis
covered that It ntJitn noolnllmn 1 to ever do any
thing nomelwdy will have to work. No Kovern
ment can live whon tho peoplrt ceano to produce
Tiro Olobo-Uomocrat lookn for omo fntmtla
to rise up and claim thut thowi wlrnliuiii mm
fuiRcn from pao aro merely attcmpln to pnue
William Jcnnlnirs lirynn with a vlW to offorlnn
him tho presidency of tho moon.
A company which oporaten a ntrlng of rontnu
ranta in New York city mndo (17.3 per cent net
on its capital stock loatear. If Unit hi any cri
terion for tho rot of tho country wo tvui now
boo wJiy It coIh no much to cut.
If It la truo that 3,000,000 Amorlcana do not
speak RncliBh, then tho Amorlcanheitlon usao
olatlon lina U work cut out fpr It. People who
llvo under a Government must npeak that bov
erhtnont'n lanKUnRo In order to understand lt
laws and tlvo by Its precept.
The New York Bun' ntiKcefltu that perhaps the
wireless disturbances dotnoted by Mr, Marconi
and others may cauned by rontuntunlu In a
Brcut war on another planet. Or perhaps they
are only tho rtlex of a Martian political cam
(muKiriNO this viriat.
Tho foacimony of htatury i that too much ro-
prosidoif may even cause the spread of nn un
desirable propaganda. The truth lias often
owed Its greatest advancement to mistaken seal
of thono who woutd fight Its spread, as the
blood of mftrtyra lum proven tho seed of tho
church, uud It Is equally truo that sometimes
the frrowth of ovll has prosprrud because of
tho Injudicious opposition that has been leveled
against It. In view of this fact It Is well that
tho campaign to crush sedition should bo car
ried forward with discretion as woll aa do-.
Tho menace that threatens our system of gov
ernment from within demands prompt and do
clslvo action, yot It la quesvtlonablo It tho ex
treme and dorigorous mothods proposed by some
may not sklm only the surfaco off tho scum
of disloyalty and leave tho cowed minority only
tho more dotcrmJnod to accomplish undor
haudedly what Uioy nro prevented from at
tempting openly. Iu mot dangorous propa
gandists my be Imned tho argument Uiat they
are persecuted and thus obtain a more ro
spectful hearing than they now get Tho
Bedltlonlst who can lay claim to martyrdom has
a bettor chance to enllot popular ByminUhy tlmn
tho merits of his propaganda may warrant As
ii nation Americans nro prono to lean toward
the Cttuso of tho "under dog." Let us bewaro
unless wo put sharp weapons Into the hands of
our enemies. It us also buware unless, in
scotoUIng tho viper, we Infrlngo dangerously
upon tho Inherent rights of free American
citizens. Wo can easily place In the hands of
executive ofllcors woapons which may be
turnod against tho life, liberty and happiness of
Many thoughtful nnd loyal citizens not only
bcllcvo that tho constitution forbids violent sup
presslon of even such radical opinions as those
of tho bolshevlkl, but ncguo that errors so
monstrous as these must euro thnuiHolves by tho
destructive Interaction of their inherent
Inconsistencies. The common seuso of
' tin American lopIu must bo trusted iy ocne
txI'M, as H li.m .ihvn rnoin- i'r. lh.it
Hie fovur of Kf"iU rrrnrs win lurn lim'lf out
wlii'n mibinltliMl to this popular tribunal. Hut
while some fevcis burn tberiisr-lvri out without
llirenloriliii-: (he existence of tho nation, there
are others whli'h become ilevmirlntj flumes.
There are hnllurinntlnns whlnh lift like tun.
there are others whlrh develop Into thunder-
Htorms. Errors like these mirt b scolrhed be
fore they grow too pow-fiil, hut too much
forco may produro a ryrwloii In fnvor of the
very evil we seek In destroy. This In no
time for tempurlzlnijrhut It le a time for sound,
sober, careful cjffiinon senw. Thi fste Of
llufl. must norX(tuome the fate of America.
Tin: r.vu, iivit
mo purlsis sometimes make them-
edlnKly ridiculous before the sensible
thn alxiirdlty of ths eilnnt to which
tho evil which Is In them detects frrest evils
where tho every -day rrltlien whose mind Is not
filled with his own evil HUKKestlons finds nolh-
Itil? to Bt exrttled about. Niil mi lonii nRo an
Oklahoma City merchant was haled Into court
by a disciple of Anthony Conistork who took
eicepllons to the decree nf nudity exhibited in
his show window on a female ImitKe. Jflvery
cummer season wrtnesees a renewal or ihn
criticism of the oosttimn of thn batbltiB lionches,
finding allPKeil Indecency In apparel which tllo
neneral publln has aecepti.d ns a matter of
course. Any every now and awiln mum con
vention of females who have sourud on all that
Is Rood anil beautiful In humanity mevts to
clamor for dross reform not a refo-m In, but a
recnidosrenco to 1'urltnn severity. The fault cif
these people Is that t'hey look for modinty In
the apparel rnther than In Its trim seat, thn
Indecency In costumn Is not a matter of set.
tied principle, Inn of the convention of tho time.
Women P"s praollouliy unnoticed on bathlnic
beaches In costumes that would cituso u riot In
a theater, and yet there nro hundreds of chorus
costumes which nny policeman would bar from
the beach. Contestants run races In apparel that
no ono questions, yet were they to etanil two
minutes nmonu thn spectators In such Rarb nn
officer would run them In. Huch are thn In
consistencies of convention, yot convention Is
our best itutdn ami must romaln so until con
it Is (ho wearer and tho clrcurnstancea whloh
determine decency In clothing. Tho evil Is In
tho eyes of the spectator Instead of belnc In
herent In thn costulne. Whenever a costume,
no matter how scant, becomes so common as to
uxclto no comment, It Is no lonncr Indecent, no
matter what It may havo been In sbrnn other
tlmn and somo other plnco. Indcnconcy Is
likely to bo more apparent In tho wearer than
In what Is worn. It would ho hard to deslRn n
Bnrment that somo women would not makn
stiRRestlvn by their manner of wearing It; yot
other women may pass unchnllcnRcd In Rowns
that somo peoplo would find horrlfylriR upon
oven nn Inanlmato figure, education In nultabla
wnarlnc apparel wo undoubtedly need, especially
In tho way of suiting tho garment to' comfort,
health and beauty, hiit It Is tho buyers anil not
the dcslRiicrs who will havo to bo educated. As
long ns the greatest absurdities of the designers
nro put on tho market with the sanction of tho
nrblterti of fiinhlon, somo woman will bo found
daring, enough to wear them. It Is tho buying
publla who uro thn arbiters of what shall be
proper or Improper.
IN A QUANDAUY.
Ono of the most uncomfortable 'positions to
bo In Just now Is to try to bn a "stand pat" In
support ot the president. The difficulty seems
to bo to find Just what thn president wants.
Those who try to follow rollglously In his foot
steps through "thick and thin" nro soro put to
It to keep oii tho truck, tho reason being that
thn truck has degenerated from a broad high
way to a crooked and Indistinct pathwny. It
looks more than anything cl.no like the president
was moping at tho strength of tho opposition
to his will nnd sullenly refuses to keep his sup
posed supporters Informed as to what to do
Humor ulano gives any Inkling of the dic
tator's purposes and rumor cuntradlcts Itself
right along. Bomo roprosont Mr. Wilson ns
being deeply grieved at Lord drey's kindly
meant efforts to set him right before tho old
world, whllw others maintain that tho presi
dent's Rrlef is only n frotcno whllo Inwardly
ho Is glad that (Iroy made a break, even If he
dlil not Inspire the same. Wo all lemember
how, when a democratic congress proved un
mnnagenblo tho president put tlieru out ot ofdeo
by tho simple expedient of pretundlng to bo
anxious for the return of another romocratic
congress, and it mny be he Is up to Mime mora
tricks. These are only a few of tho quandaries
that besot, tho rubber stamp politician now
adays. They aro ready to follow the "master's
voice," but tho maBtcr does not speak.
The Hoy and I.
tV.pyrirlil. ID'), l)- Udtr A. llurt.
Ho wonders what It's all about!
Tho clang of heavy steel on tecl,
Tho clang of the wagon wheel, ,
Tho Bmoko from chimneys pouring out,
The sound of feet as men go by
And vory often, bo do I,
looks upon the world and sees
'rail women over tlrod by cars.
And haute and worr- everywhere,
vnd trie to nolvo these mysteries,
Why old men live and young men die
And very often, so do I.
i. b.i ver wung that he '
'finiws nMMnif et ot cudte or creed,
Or nny difference of breed!
Krnm preJudlcesNhe's wholly free
Ho hoani men sneer, uud woudois wlty
And vury often, no do I.
He'll tall; with diggers In a ditch
lie grime and dirt
Or rBned clothes and tattered shirt,
As glad with them as with tho rich,
n wonders at pioud heads held hlgh-
Viul tit y often, ho do I.
1 lm h'm an about '
The cl.imor and the clang of strife.
h i ot'.i .f life
ii inl on ml Ughtn Ulrm-il out,
i rn ite nid others sigh
1 cf'cn no do I
Qlluromctcr of Public Opinion
How II Turned Out.
To cripple tin- o ean arrylng trade ot other I
nations ami make (lermnny supreme therein
Imreafler was a primary object of the kaiser's
submarine campaign. The event has been to
drive On many off the seas for years to come
nil to pu' the wnileii mutes in wis ironi m
hep-wii ship construction and operation .-now
.Mr. Ccroril Is INwIsli.
.lames W. (lemtil. who folinerly was am-
iMMsndor to Oerrnaliy and who now 1ms presi
,1.. i,l Inl ambitions nv tlmt If he ti.nl ln'"n
secretary of the navy and a "Hunch of admirals
ir anybody else had formed u soviet board ot
erltlelstii," he would havti bad thsm "on the
slide and their heads In a basket Inside of 21
hours.'' Tut, tut' Ild Mr. oeraru necomn
tainted with llohenr.ollern absolutism during
bis Slav at the court of Merlin or hnn ho been
HModalln too much with Mr. Ilurlesou?
Mr. Oerard should remember that the men of
whom he would dispose so summarily aro men
who served the I'nll'd mules at me riiK m
their lives nnd who did materlM work inward
waving us from (lermany while he woe busily
writing for profit, using, to line his pocketbnok,
materiel obtained when ho was In the conti
dentin! service of the I'nlted Stales government
d)otr(rit l'roo "rs.
'lol Ih-i anil the flu.
The New York Times Pari" correspondent
quotes nn eminent Krench physician ns njlthorl'l'
for the Blatemutit that short skirts anil walsis
with the ends-airs removed have nothing to do
wllh the Increase of Influenza. This doctor
says the women arn doing a good thing for their
heallh when they go about as bare ns mny be.
lie heroines almost eloquent about this great
self sacrifice on thn part of the ladles In the
Interest of health, for nf course nobody doubts
that the lops ai cut off the skirts purely for
the sake of purillc health, and always at the
cost, lit considerable tlnlmrras-micnt and hu
miliation to tho wearers of the modish gowns.
Tho Paris physician holds that, tho oxposuro
of conslilerablo areas ot tho skin to tho atmos
phere gives opportunity for very necessary
itxreatlon. which helps to pnmervo the health.
Iln says flu conies through tho respiratory or
gans, anil not through legs.
To a layman It appears that tho Paris physl
clan speaks with some phnw of reason. At
least, hero Is a defense that some excellent
women often must feel the need of, and It Is
u pleasure to furnish them with oven this Im
ported defense. Wichita llnglo.
Is Not I'rotu MlvMpurl.
To the Hdltor of Tho Tulsa World: .After
reading the article which appcarod In Tho World
under ilatti of Pcbriiury,3, wrtli reforonco to tho
visit of (lencral Pershing In Tulsa and the ad
droes which he Is to glvo at Convention hall on
thn afternoon of February II, wn nrn wonder
ing where Hie other residents of Tulsa are In
sit, If tho entlro lower floor of Convention hall
Is reserved for tho American Legion and tho
Missouri club. There being nothing loft but tho
balcony, the seating capacity of which Is much
smaller than the lower floor, It seems that resi
dents of Tulsa who nro not fortunate (?)
enough lo havo enmo from Mlsflourl, a'nd who
havo been, nnd uro now, truo blun Americans,
and Just as loyal to their country nnd Pershing
as those who oamo from his native stale, are
not going to have, much opportunity of hearing
this great statesman.
Wo can readily seo why tho American Legion,
lining composed of strong, courageous and fear
less men, nnd being nssoclated with General
Petshlng overseas, either directly or Indirectly,
and having common Interests, should havo i.onts
of honor, and wn aro etrong for them, although
they, having displayed such wonderful ability In
fighting tho enemy, would undoubtedly be
amply ablo to fight for tlfelr seats .along with
other jnen, women ami children of Tulsa, who
tiro Justly proud of Oeneral Pershing. How
ever, wo nro not able to see why there should bo
any discrimination shown between uatlvo Mis
sourlans nnd other law abiding Tulsa citizens.
It Ia true we could make a "mad rush" for the
balcony, hut the seating capacity there being o
wholly Inadequate to nccommoibito Tulsa's
100,000 population, wo. ns native Tuluans, can
not sen why Wo should bo deprived of equal
rights, to which wo aro undoubtedly entltjud, at
least to as great an extent ns native Mlssourlans,
since It Is the understanding generally lhn Con
vention hull Is a public building, for n.'o of tho
vltlzeus ot Tulsa.
A CITIZI3N Or TULSA.
Kdltor World: I am also a reader of Tho
World for tho past H years, and nn "old timer."
I .ik.- ibis old timer, thousands upon thousands
of tho human raco are looking nnd listening for
that "Moses" who will iirlsn to lend them out
of the present dilemma Into which not only our
nation, but all the nations of tho world have
fallen. They have fallen Into a quagmire of
oi-ial. religious, political and Industrial troubles,
from which they aro attempting to extricate
themselves, but tho more they strugglo the
more they become entangled by It. Volume
nfter volume has been written and men have
spent their lives and fortunes attempting to
find somo way around the awful conditions that
nro besetting the rnco on every hand, but the
vast majority have failed thus far.
Tho wise man said: "of making books there
Is no end; und much study Is a weariness of
the flesh. . . . Fcnr (lod, and keep his com
mandments: ror tins is tho whole duty of
There Is one bonk, the precepts of which
may bo proven, but very few caro to put forth
nn effort equal to that given to their political
', social ambitions that they may prove It out,
fur It never has failed.
Them can be no better explanation given
than that given by Nt Stephen In the seventh
chapter of tho Acts of the Apostles. Ood sent
leader nfter loader among his people, and whllo
some of them left wonderful records of deeds
worthy of emulntlon, yet none come to the per
feet place hs did tho Holy One of Israel. When
Moses led the children of Israel out of Egyptian
bondage. It was not In a moment, but at the end
of a series of Incidents, In which Clod provod
to them the leadership ot Moses.
When the angel appeared to the shepherds on
the plains of .ludea, the message they brought
was "tllory to Iod In tho highest, nnd on earth
iieii'H iroud will toward men" Now wo know
(hat theio has been no jfeaco on tho-earth since
bat " for then, never has been a tlmo with
out wars and disturbance of somo sort, and
never will until that "Moses" appears and leads
his people to the land of promise, where there
will b no more wars, nor disturbances of any
kind. Church men and preachers are telling tho
people that the world Is getting better, but the
word of tlod says: "It Bhall wax worse and
worse until tho end;" and Daniel said concern
ing this tlmo: ".Many shall bo purified nnd
made while, and tried, but tho wicked shall do
wickedly: and none of the wicked shall under
eland; but the wlsn shall understand" And
Ibis doe not mean tho wlso after the wisdom of
this world, but thoeo who are made wise unto
talvutlnn. Tho tlmn of the close of the gospel
dispensation Is nt hand, and the very things
that tho word said should happen In tho tlmo of
thn end nro now in full swing.
Men nro too hlsy chasing after thn lusts of
their own heart to pay hoed to admonitions
concerning their souls' welfare, thinking that If
their names are on tho church book, that surely
tho preacher will look after their Interest, too.
niil ill the Idols of thla
world will be classed alike, for whllo some
would like to make Mr. llryan that head, and
somo want Mr. Wilson und others are c.indl
' ' -ink Into oblivion when the
prince of peace shall appear, for "by the bright
ness of his appearing he shall destroy sin and
sinners." A thousand 'things could bo said con-
nclngly with a scriptural foundation to prove
tho foregoing statements, and that might add
weight for those who want to know, but epaco
on 'milled In which to go farther, but It
others nro Interested will he glad to mnko these
utters still noro understandable "Yo must
1 1 born ui.aln
1 ANOT11KII j J LI) TIM Hit.
I Tulsa, Okia,
"What Did You Say That fs, Lansing?"
When tho original constitution was brought
time since 1902, Secretary Lansing took it
By' Jane Mielps
Everything wept along beautifully.
At 7 o'clock Peggy. Tom und my
self were all dressed and walling for
our guests, Dinner was to bo nt 7 30.
I wore my blue dresji, and Poggy
her new whllo ono. She looked love
ly; and I was very proud of her. Tho
house had been thoroughly cleaned
and put In order; nnd tho 'dining
room was a picture. When I thought
of what tho florist's bill would be I
felt a bit frightened. Carnations are
cheap, but when ono has such quan
tities they count up.
Wo had them In vases and bowls
In every conceivable place then for
a center piece Also 1 had followed
Tom's ndvlce and used them as fa
vors. Kverylhlng which I could pos
sibly color pink was pink Tho
flail, tho salad, the Ico. etc. Tho din
ner passed off delightfully; everyone
voting It a tremendous success.
After dinner wo tried to dance n
little, but tho rooms woro to small
for so many to danco comfortably. I
was mortified that wo had attempted
It, but Tom witn his usual good
naturo turned it Into a Joke. Then
they all declared they would 'rather
talk anyawy; so wvsat around and
told stories and had a real good
time until midnight.
"It was simply wonderful!" Helen
whispered ns sho loft, "Just wandor-ful."
"At an offlco that handles help
for special occasions," I replied,
tired, but happy that everything had
gone off so well,
"How much did they charge you?"
"Two dollars,'" I returitcd.
"Cheap enough for folks who can
afford It, but It adds quite a bit to
tho cost of tho dinner," Tom re
turned. Stifled Impulses.
Many times I was on tho point of
tolling Tom of the little bills I owed,
but us many times I failed to do so.
Instead I got deeper and dcopor In
debt; unul now I scarcely dared to
tell him. Yet somehow they must bo
paid, and soon. The tradesmen wcro
becoming Impatient, Somo tow pco
plo'had dunned me brutally. I real
ized that I could put them oft but
little longer. Then thcro was that ex
tra &0 for my drct How was I to
I have no excuse to offer for do
ing as I did. Thcro was no possible
rcaaon why I should constantly wish
for more money; more style, excopt
tho foolish wish to outdo others In
my circumstances or to keep up with
those whoso means were far beyond
I seo now that In a way Helen also
was to blame, alio ruined my sonso
of proportion by continually telling
mo how pretty I was; how lovely I
would look In this nnd that, the
article In question being Invariably
beyond our means.
"It was a fine dinner," Tom told
me, "where In the world did you got
that waitress? Sho was great."
How foolish that I hadn't thuught of
that. I might Just ns well hnvo had
i tho dinner a week later; then the
I would have gone on tho next
Tho young lady across thn way
ays sho saw In tho paper that a
single deposit of soda In Itrlttsh Host
Africa contain more than 200,000,
000 tans nnd It seems ns If this ought
to keep tho fountains supplied for u
good many years even with the In
creased demand under prohibition.
out of th6 vaults
over to show it
a few days ago, for the first
to President Wilson. News
schools. So many boys and girls
never know nnythlng about handling
Tomorrow Tho First of tho Month.
We'd think th' American legion
w-ould go after th' United States Bon
nie before thoy tackled Jack Damp
sey. Mrs. Em Moots wroto her name
on a fresh egg an' t'day Bho got a
letter from a oil king.
This kopt mo constantly wonuer
Ing why Tom could not glvo me
more. Why ho could not earn ns
much as other men, That ho was
younger than any ot his nssoclajes
I never considered. Mnrr.agn wo are
taught to think, follows love. Hut
lovo would endure after marrlago
moro often If wo weren't so mls
guldod a to try to llvo beyond our
means. If the constant strain aftor
social position und dress wero
The ond of tho month was near
and tho bills for the dinner would
bo on tho present month's account.
When you get a piano,
remember that it is not
the pleasing exterior
that should decide you.
Many pianos are good
enough to look at when
they arc new. Some of
them have good tone
at first. But the piano
you want is the piano
which will 'give you
service. Get a piano
that ia.so well and care
fully made and of such
materials that the tone
will remain pure and
liiuiuii s uui Ik nda ivu iuie iiuw iui
regrets. I must do tho best I could.
I had sont 110 on account of my
bill ut the modlsto's; all I could
sparo, Peggy had paid $85 for her
dress, and It I had had the credit nt
bringing her, I would havo felt less
anxious, I must somehow get tho
$50 paid. Tom would pay tho
Hut tho butcher, tho grocer, and
tho fruit and vegetable men wero all
worrying mo about their bills. I
gave them each a llttlo as I could
ns a sop; but was afraid I couldn't
keep that up much longer;, for In
splto of what I gave them tho bills
steadily grow larger. I hadn't paid
tjio gas bill for two months; and the
last time tho man camo to collect,
he had threatened to turn It off.
llcnlly I was In a tcrrlulo fix; and
darerv'J. ask Tom to help mo.
I novor dreaded anything In my
Ufa aa I did tho coming ot the first
of the mouth, It was December, and
Poggy was going to remain over the
holidays. I shouldn't havo a penny
for Christmas shopping; nnd that
worried me too, It Is so easy to got
Into debt, und so linrd to got out.
Sometimes I think that the fear of
debt should be taught In our public
tho action responsive
after years of use.
You can rely on pjanos from the Jenkins
'Music company. Our experience of over 40
years has shown us what instruments can bo
recommended and guaranteed. Take advan
tage ot our piano experience. It is at your
Steinway, Steincrt, Weber,
ose, Kurtzmannf Estey,
Ludwig, Shoningor, Har
wood, Elburn and other
Pock l Is.
Peeplcs pocklts uro r
most orlvatn tmrts of t'
and It you wawked up I
and Bed, Wats you go , .
Its7 It would be une of t,
pontnst, things you cou i u
body would tell you ein'.
stood on a corner lung f
would seo htinderds of i
patrt and each one won i
it) pocxiis it iiti you w .j 1
wai was In eny of th' in ,
somo of the strangest w
know thomeulves, untens t ,
Hoys generally have re r
all their pocklts, awffen
tholr hands, espeshiuy w.
gerls coming down the (
thoy wunt n-ixcuso not
hats In publlck, In c.i
Men awffen uo errnii-
onythlng In their vct i
ing u grate waist. Utrls l
ever havo eny pockils, am r
they do Iheres never
them but a tiny little I
kerchlff, proving gerls Ui.r,
envthlng bn1 ilu.
Wen a fellow pulk ever' I
of ono pants porkit
sumthlng, he- Is lihiq .
more thin you would ix;
us 2 tops, dm- without a , .
cords, a peco of striat
" .t, t
um! a loose pecce wPh n
dlffrent sljo rubber bin
round anything, a pen nif
of pencils ono w;iti a rub',
end, a cent, .1 tooth pb k- a
nhlff, a nalo, the top off of a
ruia uoiue, J iiiiirent k
one rusty, S stumps fru
countries, tho hammer p
hammer, nnd somo loose, um
some oilier ttilnin.
In winter It dont matter w.v you
put' In your pocklts, but i
it U bad lo put chocklit coj.Jy ic
"The itr Incline, lul do iwil .if I,"
TuPMlay, l'Vbrunl- It). HlUO.
This should bn a for'ut i - .iy
according to astrology. Jupltfr
Venus and Mars rule s're y fur
good, whllo Neptuno Is f . n i Tho
Hun nnd Saturn ore mlldh , I w
It Is a time for Initiative r jst
ness or In largo undertakings of any
Thcro Is n favorable swa f r V
constructive effort. Men tu r
large enterprises should brncf t
Women In business come ue ler a
planetary 'government thit rr' ".-'J
great achievement. More trin onn
will attain, extraordinary wf,U'h and
famo within, tho year.
Whllo the stars seem to proralm
supreme ntolnment to the w t.
who enter fields of effort ctsMc
tho home there Is a mon.ic.r.T tii
that seems to Indicate sa r,to of
reputation and peace of nund for
those who reach high place.
Tho sinister star road as nffectlns
tho destinies of tho wives nrd moth
ers of tho nation may cause unpopu
larity for thoso who seek political
office, since old customs and f ng
establlshcd traditions will bo s'rons
through tho coming state and na
Dancing which so much oceuplM
tho attention of young and oid be
fore tho war nnd nfter it wul now
become less popular, owing to th
substitution of another recreation, It
Music Is still subject to a di
rection of tho stars that is most
promising for tho future Americans
will win famo as singers
Neptuno Is In a place believed to
stlmulato vision and to encourage
This Js not n lucky dav for then
who desire to npply for mrrcaso of
salary or advance In station
It Is not on auspicious for
persons In high placo to nmhe any
Important decision or to communi
cate their plans.
Persons whoso plrthdatc It is have
tho forecast of a prosperous irar in
which they accomplish j t
Children born on this dav n
likely to bo energetic an 1 ji.fr
fill They may bo Indepi r t lrt
tholr views anil should be cx'icme
successful In life.
U'umi&t, imio, in um jwiira Simin s,-mt.3u.
Palled to Iloiioud
The public refused to bo nam
peded Into panic this year bj "he
Benrntlonal reports from New Ycr.
nnd clsowhcre concerning thn 'rapid
Increase," "diro cotul'e j"1
"sweeping thrf -ounlry' eff ef
I he "flu." Wlntc colds nnd grip are
ns common and regular oi nit
as mos;ulto bites In sun tifr
Though annoying nnd of'eo f.na'
Ihey have no cnmpnrl'-on -n h'
Influenza that swept over the conn-
I try u year ago. I'tlca
Wsic )$ Essential
It Is Service That Counts
-117 South .Maui
A. .1. CltlPK, .Manager.
Pianolas Incoinp.iniblo Duo-Arls.