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TULSA DAILY WOULD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920.
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md frinrftr WnrM for I lie month of Jmnrr. H0,
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Daily Biblical Quotation
riiiitAY, ri:nur.Miv an, nao.
ClirlHl won linen offrrrcl tn Imiir tlio Klnn of
many; nml mitu Itii-ni Hint nol( fnr lllm bIiiiII Im
apprur IIiii ni'i'otul tlnln wllliiiitl h In lltlto ruilvu
lliin. Ilrb. 11.28.
. .linlKn nut tlin Kuril 1.V fcolilo m'nsc,
tint trimt him fnr lilNittruri;
IIpIiIiii) u fiiiwiiliiit provliglnnrn
I In liliUin a kimIIIiik fHi:o,
TIioIikIi Ii Ainy inl., yot will I trim! In lilm.
J on. is: in.
fry .Miir(,'aiitlmii, one t(m inlliUlnr tn
I iinnoycil IjnculIBO thn Unllcil HtlitPB i o.
iiccpit it inoiiiliitii for 1 1 io milillmn
Tim niiiirnlflcotit talk of aclf-tlptcrml-
itutlon Im nil illpil nwuy 'nnyK ftlr, MorKiintlmii,
ntnl tlio mllniiH of Kuroiic iiro roIiib back. U tlm
olil nrilcr. llnli'KH' rnllllnrlsiri 1h ilontroynd niitl
thn new order f IIiIukm In mljilillHlicd I ir'i!lct
Unit all you in,- men wlm foutslit in tlm Into wur
will iikijIii U.-Hillp(l ni tn lii-iir drum In Huropo."
i Will thin Hilly, luiniil tulk never co.ifi7 TIiIn
offOHclvnH, Kpnilr((H cry for Hlin now oritur" tlmt
luia nevrr oxluti'il unit ran not pOHnlbly Tin Vcul
Ir.od, but rnufuHCM tlm mlnil of tlm UntlilnljliiK
Intn IipIIpvIiik tlmt u HltUittor vuiiHplracjr exluw t
tliwurt nverluulltiK pi'iirn. It nifty not bo rlm
Inal, but It rrtinlnly Im nulpalilo,
Iliiropo linn nnvor boon nwuy from ''thn iiltl
order," And It U Inciipulilo of Kcltlnc nwuy
from It iinli'CN'und mid until Kurnim lUedf inuki'il
up ItH inlnd to tlmt grrnt ili'i'iirlurf. And Mint U
. cIccIhIoii tlmt only iSuropn can. mukn, Wlii-m,
tlirguKliont, all tlio ImiKtli unit breadth nf Ku
ropo, Ih tlint-o. tho bIIbIiIkmI Indlcutlnn tlmt bu'cIi
a purpoKo (ir-oyon unibllion nxtatM? .
In 11 dincovvrubln mi tlio rdiorflM of tlio Adrl
utli'7 Or In I'olund? Or IIuimIiiT Ih thorn tin)
rcmoli'Ht rofcroiu'o to 'biiuIi ii coiulunipmtlon or
hopn In thn ullli'd ilrclHlOtt wlllt'rpforenco to tlm
Hnur IiiikIiiY Ih tlio uidlon of Hrltiiltl In Jhdln or
Kn policy In Irotund, onUululod In'1 contrlbutn
to thn 'Ininv order" whutnvur It Ih thai Ih uinant
by thctio cryptic wordH?
And nltnlliirly bi'Hldn the murk ti thn IhkIc
Involved to thn duliiuud for thn ilculli of inlll
tarlnin. What Im to oncompiiHn HiIh di'Htructlon?
What 'can do II tuvn n nuiwrlor uillltary entalw
llHhiuent to any now (ixIhIIiikT Thn peucu con
forcneu fulminated iiKiilnyt tlm uillltury rHtnb
llHljii.milM of thn earth, nml tlm leUKUti eiiKn't;ed
So wlio tlmin frnui lhu .uirtii. wjljj Uie result
tlmt every nation, whether within or without
tlm lenKUn, Immediately begun miiltlm? proparu
tlonti fnr vanity Increased nmiB and urmuniimtn.
It may very eanlly liujinn Hint tlm younir
men who fotiKlit In the lulo wur will acalu be
i:nniielled tn bear nrniH In dnfoiiHn of racial
iiHplrntiona or u national cmmnptlnn lit civiliza
tion. Hut even ho ioIIiUik to Hid udvuntiiKo of
the "new-order" upnHtlra will .liavo beon proven
thereby. For It Id clearly inanlfeHl that to ntanip
yiut nillltarlHiii now U tn put athean yuuiK inou
hkiiIu under uriuM ut once. lOltm tlio work can.
not be done. j '
iiiine true And tb. e,i-iii offHred are loA.il
We now fully ejpeel to tr thn tnlfle of tneuUi
iKirhin. ntibidiuitlully-lit Hbout ttn time when
KHrdeii imi l movlriK to the tubln from thn
buck jnrd frtrtn , njjien wild Hrertnn urr avtltabln
to Dune wlltlnK to muke ptlKrliniiKe y th"
i rk bntotn; wlmn yoiifiK KUlrreln iiVn rlpn
and I he lien nm olmrllltiK th'ilf Joy In llvlriK
(ienernl Palmer didn't know, Im wiw Rinwa
lni. Th incut folk do know, nml llmjr afc
tellln. f'ornbreftil. bilMormtlk nml turnip Krennii
- -fih Who, imrmlMiH in nk, would turn froin
wieh a ripMKI l pork rliniw and nhorl eut, oven
UioiikIi limy came fre?
-f)4Mn.Mli:it IIAtiAV ANI IKI.MIhliS,
if Hih Amirtrii Irtflon li not tn wreok' ltclf
on lh riiekn nf neflnliiiin ami Krab It will bp
lippMUirn nf mirh men an llnraco I la (ran, eoiii
inamler'nf the Oklahoma dlvbduii, who taken u
firm nod unrnmprnmlillnK ntnnd nKtilnM the or
miltnllon il""ficrHllnR lulo keir-HtklnK hip
In a 'letter nf irotit to Natlrmal CommandPr
Ifoiler. who adviieiitlnK lei;Mlatlon irlvlnir tn
imeh I'X-tc'rvlce mnn anil woman a too bond for
e.rh month of nervlcn rendered, Comninndor
In my JiidKinent the American letrlon
Dihould continue lo follow the coumn of put
IIiik HomethltiK Ihlo the Kovernmenl rather
tliun admit thn policy of HtrlvliiK to net
NoniethliiK out of thn Kvnrnment.
Thin lit an HltuKether nouiul and patriotic
Htarul. Wh do not know tlmt Urn Oklahoma com
mander hiiH the un'iuiillfled HUpport of HiIh
Htate, hut we do Hlncnrnly ioie tlmt he Iiiim, Wii
would llkn lo feel that the ox-dervlco men of
Oklahoma urn not of thoMo who neck tn emulate
(he nillwny brnthcrhomlH In getting everythliiK
poMnlbln from the Kovernmeut whllo tlm itettlnir
( natter of v,mu oVM,n) THE GREAT BEYOND GLIMPSED BY LODGE
All II NiimU Ik Voter.
There nre euoiiRh lenderH to head i) new parly,
but body and tall faellltleM neciii to bn lucking.
Our Idcn of cm In Safrlj.
Ileulkln In nyild lo be nafe In HiilRarln. I'er
hapM about hu mite an an American In Mexico.
Slli'kH In 'llirlr Middle .Nhiiw.
("ablnet office come, and cabinet officers K",
but ffnwt ami 'rlnptiun May on forever. Indian
it fxi I Ih Atnr.
Should Hair I'lckeil Ohio.
Beeretry Iuin'n Krentent mlntnku wan In bo
Inij born In Canada. Charlenton Newn and
tAirraiiJt' 'I heir Idea of .Veulriil.
Maylip tlio Herman Kovernmeut chlefn would
bn Nitlnfled to have their wnr-KUllty tried In
Mexico. Dalian Newn.
Help! - .Murder anil Cuixtiil
The moment Hill Hryan miUKented Senator
Ken) on an a milnlil republican nominee Knn
yon made a danh for the VlrKln Inlandn. Wnnh
Kind the f'niiulry Liken.
If. n Wecretnry Wllnon explain", Miiun of thono
on thn Soviet Ark wero deiorted by mlntnke,
IK un iirny for eomo morn mlnlukcH. New York
m;w voitif iiNiNs'niii7ri:i.
If. iim now Heeuia certain, Iho New York re
publican ilelcKullon Keen to Chicago unlnntructcd
anil In.lead try Illlliu Hoot, thun the thn Chicago
'convention In very apt lo bn In fact w)i,it no
many have oxtircnned tlm wlnh that It iiilulit bo
lt Kriu.t dellberatlvo body frenh from tlm peojile.
Of cournn there will be thn liorno-trndnrH of
Iho nouth there. Hut In the. ulrcumntnncen they
are certain to bn in tlm minority, nml will, wo
opine, by their own crmlcncnn nullify tlmlr nclf-
Tlm putrlotlo uocennltleH and thoURhtn of tha
republic nhould control at Chicago rPKurdlcnn
of poraonul ainbltlons.
, By OTMLOIITON.'
NtiuriNe on tlio meriting of tho nllllunluni. Until
ib.it time, the tramiulllty of uutloilH will e bent
retired by each natlnn nsnumlng an far an mny
)e Hie a ii 1 1 bellcum nlatiu ipin; chantened by
i lip experlenee ijalued m the rcculit war; warned
bv Ibone eentx Ibut Hie world Knot to bi ruled
l any nlngle ran- m- apportioned anionic any
ninie faction of tlm whole.
Neither niamlnlen In Turkey or leaguOH In
SSwltzr rlHinl are enxmttal to the aqonmpllnhmenl
of nuch a unple pi-occhj., They chii hut thswu l II.
I'OHK CIIOl'N AND SHOUT (JUTS.
When (leitcral I'ulniur tn nuent of a pummnuut
promlncd that food prlcen would decline wo
Miuiled. When, a time later, he repealed (ho
promlHC. we grinned. And when, In committing
tho third offeune, he awum-d tin that tho date
for thn beginning Of the decline wan ut hand, wo
laukhed rlghl out loud.
Our levity and kkeptlolnin worn JUHtlflcd, loo,
tho event limply proved I'ork chnpa and
kliort ouln ronmlned ut their record height.
Hut now thai Hu- p.ukcr uuthorlllen them
, nelvcn HK.'ert 'hui mem pre. en are about ln.de
lino' intl will HI el return nipldly In the pre
war level, e are Iticllnrl to Union with rcnpeci
Wo lifjlovo t)il wort of ii propheey, for it doiucm
from llmne with linlplo nuthorlty to mako Ii
A republican dlntrlct convention him craned
in bo ono of Uiu exciting Indoor nportn.
Anyhow, Mr. WHntm Ih tlm flrnl prenldcnt who
tnkca thn pontlion that cabinet memherd aro an
uuneceanary onouiubrunec. 1
Thn old-fanhloned . gardeners who belluvn In
planting potaloen In thn dark oth" moon havo
ulrpudy held their flrnl convention.
I r tilts Hnovcrlnh talk contlnuca we arn going
to begin noon to npeculatn on whether Henutor
Owe In really In the clus.1 of favorlto noun.
Anll.it iinnn thn tiuiliilnln nf IiIn tiartV. fiOV.
ernor Jtoberston ban finally consented to hold a'
tea purty nl Oklahoma City next Monday, ,
A Tnlnn lady nayn ono reunon why Hho mur)leil
her hunband wuh hpcuunn Urn folkn found IiIb
cIhhh pin ntlcklng In thn nhouldor of her drenn.
Anolher thing which neemn to be bumpering
Ihe Independent moveinent 'In who In going to
nnnmno' precedence and call thn committees to
gether. Ope of the thlngn wo fall lo comprehend In
why a party going tn Hot Hprlngn to rccupernto
nhould think It noccenary to toko av expert uo
12vcn thn flu flndn exlrcnen umong Us victim
In Kunnan. O'lm largest girl, weighing over BOO
poitudn, and He mnullent womun. 35 InchCn lull,
died the punt week. "
U devlopt that King Ooorgo of Mngland han
to buy hln own ntutlonery, which In it meanly
way for a country to trout Itn monarch. Kvcn
Oklahoma City doen bptler than, that hy Mayor
Thorn In ulep thin dlffetenco between petit
larceny and grand lnrceny tho pennlen gathered
In by ittrent mendlcantn and tho dulllirn collected
by promotera of nomn up-llft." And Tuln.i ncoinn
tho loadstoim which nttractn both degrcen.
There In a ntrong nusplalon that Jakn Ilamnn
In about to drupe, hln nenutoriut invor over tho
nhouldern i(f Hurry Ollntrnp of Chandler. We do
not know of uny one who can weur the peculiar
cut of tho Hiimon favor with tuoro becoming
Hubert Kmmet Ueunott nayn: IJ wns fitting
Indent! tlmt tho "war-nenred" veterans of tho
Clearing limine unnncbitlon nhould have had nuch
a lurgo. part In tho Tombing reception. Ilemem
berlnir the cricket fields of lUtm and llurrow,,
wn tru"t Tulna'n lidding mnchlim gunncru nolzed
To tlm hard-headed, ntriUgllt-thlnUitig man It
In clearly nppurent tlmt thuidny of unlvo4il 1 Urn opportunity to explain to the general how
. I tl... ...an ...ii- m'Km it m Mm iT.ilf llitku ir tlln lilin.
and porpi'tual pvneo will cino only with tho" ' " w
II' I nilllill liIVH IT OVKIl.
l'P)rlht, 1030, by Kdjir A. Hunt
If I could llvo It uvur, tlvo tho duyn und vyeckn,
And know thn Kelf-nalne laughter and tho
cir-H.ime timo or team. .
If life nhoyltl hid mo venture for a necond
lime on earth,
I'd want -tho nelf-nnrno children gathered
round thn nelf-namn hearth.
There aro thlngn I'll try to belter, there, nro
.deedn l il never lo;
I'd keep thn happier, highway where abide
the frlemtnhlpn true;
I'd maliu the Inonl of laughter and thn Joys
Hi.it came my way,
Hut I'd mini tlm nelf-nmo children at the
ending of tho day.
If 1 could Iho It over, I hellnvo, with what
1 uoulil write my life In snfvlco and do better
I tdmuld hunger lenn for glory and tho empty
pump of fame.
Hut I'd want Urn wife nnd children und my
frlepdn to bo tho name.
I could change my way of living, 1 could ntart
in) self anew,
And 1 fano 1 could master what thin 'lime
t'Vn railed to do,
Oh, 1 know Hut I'd he different and avoid
the fiiultH which mar.
Ilui I think I'd want my loved oncn Junt
iibmit the way they are,
'lilt. Ono Qlit,llnli. i
Hut If Iiodgp, niunt huvn bin pet phrHnnilogy
before tho tronty In ratified, let him linvn It. Thn
Irrefutable, logic of nvenla will correct any halt
ing logic that will be Injected Into tlm renrvu
tlons. Thn only way tn put the country Into tho
league In lo ratify; with logical rcnervatlonn It
ponidhln, wllh I.otlgtcul renervatloim If niunt.
There In Junt ono uurntlnn today: .Shall tho
United HtntcH go Into the league or nhall It nlay
out? Only on thin Innun can thero bu no nur
rcmlcr. New York livening' I'ont
'Nike Your Choice.
Lincoln and Marx, how tholr nplrltn cnnlr.intt
Onn wnuld build an cdlflcn of co-opor.itlon on
trunt anil confidence among nil men; tho other
recommend hate and clnnn iititagonlnm uh nodal
blndnrn. Ono In cotiHorver and emancipator nntl
tlm other dentroyer and mnluver; ono would
attain nodal Imrmony through thn free notion
of mnif, thn other by regimenting them under
n reglmo of force. Yet between Lincoln ami
Marx ihe world during thn next' 10 years nee'mn
detdlncd lo choonn. .New York Tribune.
Warning lo Infliiciim YJcllmn.
Kdlfor World: In view of the fact that there
In no much Influenza prevalent would It not he
a gootl plan for you to puhllnh a warning In your
paper at oncn agamni ino Hunger or people get
t In fjr up ton noon after having tho Influenza and
A great many people think that they nro well
boforn they nro lincauno they feel pretty good,
hut their vitality In low nnd they got out too soon
nnd conlrnct pneumonia.
I, do not believe (hat the people realize thin
danger aa they nhould and I believe you might
no miicn goon ny caning attention to it nt onco
I'leumi accept kindly thin niiggcntlnu. Yours
nny. A. I'OTTKK
Independence, Kan., Kelt. 18,
Not In llo lVmilllril.
Pacta mo nlubborn thlngn, und tho great fact
In thin matter la that railroad wages cannot bo
further Increased without a further Increase in
freight rnten, nntl mien cumuli.' ho Increased
ivfthout further Increasing prlcen and tho cent
of living nil along thn linn. To ntart another
tnerry-go-nround of pricn-llfting nt thin' tlmo
In out ut thn uueHtlon. Tho great mnnsen of tho
people, cannot stand It und will not ntnnd it.
Anil no far on the brotherhoods arn concerned.
In effect -would only be to bring them urouiid
again In it few moitthn with further wage do-
niaudH iin against tho higher cost or unrig aim
further threats to upset tho Iniluntriul life of thn
rountry It the demands nro not met. New lork
i What llvorybotly Known.
Mr. Snniuol llompern does not know that tho
American people havn had enough of govern
ment railroading and Heprenentutlvn Khun does
not know; but everybody else does, Mr. Kaniu'el
OomperH also tloen not know that tlm American
people have hail enough of tho labor union die
tatornhlp which tries to run tho United Ktnes
government Iho way It tloen u labor union star
chamber proceeding; but everybody elno docs.
. Mr. Snmiii.'l (lompers does not know
and Heprenentatlvn Him doen not know, but
everybody else does, thnt'lt In no longer n con
sultation which tho nation In holding over tho
labor union party nf Mr. Oompero ami over the
democratic parly of Mr. Slmn, but n wukc.--Now
Germany signed the treaty lo escape worse
things, and In retiming mow to carry out her bar
gain. Anil oar "liberals" greet eaih Oerman
refunal with a demand for morn concenslofis to
Oerman recalcitrance. If they have their way,
we nhall my to tho (Icrmann that If they nhow it
tllnponltlon fulthruliy to carry out ttieir omigu
tlons they will havo lo carry them out, but that
If they rfuno to mukn gootl on their promises
wo ahull .let them off without nny attempt to
collect damagen or exact punishment. Thn mor
ality of this In doubtless apparent to "liberal"
remaining, of whoso strange processes avo had so
many llluntrutlonn during thn wu,rj but the avcr
ngo man In Inclined to sen In It u threat to pun
ish honest repentance nnd offer to rownrd
pernlntenco in thn old (lermnn waya of thought.
Now York Timen, A
Agalnnt Nonpartisan Movement.
Kdltor World: Learned gentlemen, pompnun
nnd dignified, convono, nolemnly cogitate and
Tonolvo on ways nntl meann of Improving tho
human npeclen, nut trom nomo reiunon or oiner
tlm old race continues to remain human. Like
wise, profound ntutlents of sociology, phranool
ology mid bullology guthor around tho innhog
nny with1 tho moulders of public opinion to per
suade said moulders that our wonderful city Is
going lo the Infernal bow-wowM, They admit
with Noah, however, that politics U the science
of government and that ronncnuehtly polltldann
niunt bo governmental sclentlatn, but thn (cen
sored) nf it in, thoy'rn nil grafters. Hufiiguln
trom some reason or other it do seem that the
llttln old burg continues to grow nntl prosper.
Hut cornea now tho league n' nation onicle,
who again command the nun to stand hitched
for, a moment und behold his wonderful panacea
for all municipal llln a 'nonpartisan citizens'
ticket. Away with your petty politics, Ichnbod.
Tho curso of Whooses on nil political penl from
tho ward heeler down to t'nlted Stales senator.
Never again will We bo compelled to vote other
wise than us our conscience nml gootl Judgment
iiiciatcn, a regular municipal miiienlum, A
Mom'h for mayor, a .1. I". .Morgan for commission.
or of finance, a tfhylock (look for commissioner
of police, nn expert paving contractor for com
missioner oc streets und ulluys and a "Snielllt"
engineer for water commissioner. Think of It.
dear folks, wo'ro at Inst loosed from the shackles
of pai tu.uilHin.
"Often havo I wondered where In all this wide
globule of team one c.oifld find anything more
solemn, yea. oven pathetic, than II. Kont nml w
Hryan attempting to frutnn u, peacn odn whllo
gathered around one, of llenry"fl cans full or
Willie's grupo Juice. Hut mine bump or curio.
uy miti uecn morn man natisrioti. My eyes have
bctield un event llmt leaves nothing tn ,lhn imagination-
-a republican (at least mi called) at
trmptlng to frame a nonpartisan ul.itn nhii.. .,i
tho wmi timo writing sermonettes In favor of
an tiiterimtlntial leuguo of Amotions, Where
uoes a repu iiiitaii get nucn attiri
Verily, as the Indian said when trying to Ihlnk
of "blouetl up sucker" the two obi pnrtloiiin
i yiu mini seem in nc a pair or "busted f lab
,. , ,, AYNI-: DICKKY.
Tulsa, leu. 10.
NCW VOI1K fob, 19.1 Sir Oliver
Lodge who npok" yesterday afier
noon at the hub'-rt Treuter on "The
''ontlnully of Kx-lHtence," 'old what
he thought the other world wan like,
what we took like ufter wn go lo It
nod the irbwer wo ret'iln to foresee
.iiwl Influence nvenln on thin planet.
lie offered specific evidence for
hln views In three cnnH. thn recol
lections of h man who nearly died
while under nn nimcfltliotlc and bo
ilevetl for while that hln spirit wan
itetatched from hln botly, Intllca
loiui that Mrs. I'lphrr. tlio m.'dlum,
hi her tiunrivi niw the deiul with
whom she f omniunlcated. ami a re
port on rondlttoim In the hereafter
dictated by a dead father to a young
woniiin wlo did uutomiitlc writing.
We hin two btxllrn, the onn that
l.ven mi fontl, eatchrn Hie "flu" und
flnullv nlurui to dust, und another
one of Hher, which N perfect nnd
Jiermnnent, In tb opinion nf Hlr
Oliver. If we could see It. our ether
form would look atMiut the mmo a
tlm other oim. He rmched thin enn-
ehulon, he explained, becutinn of the
r let thai Mm. I'lpher, In thn trannl
Hon nutge after coming out of a
tr.iuco Imt brfore returning lo nor.
nntl. could pick out the photographs
of the dead pernoiiH nho luul iK'en
talklntr to from among ilozenn of
others. After nhe wuh riultn herself
nznin. However .Mm. l'lplier could
not recall anything about tho per
non in the other world Willi whom
Hho had been talking. While hellev
Ing that thin cstuhllHlicd that we re
lain our nhape. size and general np-
trfvinineo In the ether botly which
we ctrry lo the other world, Hlr
Oliver offiTed no Opinion nn to the
manner In wlijrh. tho other body Is
possible further development In the
herenftrr From spirit messagon,
however, he concluded that tho spir
its found Hip body more useful nntl
pffidenl thun tho machine of flesh
which they fwmorly hail.
Thn dead ro surprised, he fcild,
not by tho ntrnngencsii of tholr iwv
nurroundlngn, hut by the fact that
they find their limitation n good
deal like rnrtli. T.hey.havn, for In
Htancn, nnlmulsr trow, nnd flowers.
They havo oilier thlngn which wo
have not. but these other object, his
conclusion was, nro Ho outereni mui
thev cannot lwi approximated to Hny
of our conoeptlonn, und ntylrlts gen-
rally fall In seeking to dencrlhe
Litem In tne vocnuillary oi earin.
Those who luivo cfleil most recently,
ho mild, urn morn apt to tell through
medium! of Iho familiar thlngn
which tJiey find where they are
Thorn -who huvn long been In fho
oihor Mtulo develop more Intercrt In
what In ntrm.gc and imenrthly and
strive In tlmlr Interworld convema
tlorm to give un inktlngn of them,
but our speech generally proven lo
be it non-conductor for nuch Ideas.
Hlr Oliver guarded against belni
timlerutwMl to deny heaven or boll,
l ilt wbl we proceed immediately to a
Ideul stop place which In neither. If
we couhi get Into communication
with a Mini or spirit of evil, h
naltl, we might find him In hretven
or hell, 1 ut tho run of men go tu n
place llkn earth, ullhoiir.h moie nle
vulrl The universe und our pant
nml future slatun of existence ac
cording to the lecturer, nro orguti
l.eil on n .bnnln of slow evolution.
Tin re are no "rudden Jumps,"' no as
You don t feel u If you nntl come
c' ui or any detail uboui lln use or ' tn a strange place, but nn if you hud
I'rlckn of Conscience.
Wn kept tho baby very quiet so
tlmt Tom could rest. Wultcr came
down about 10 o'clock to neo how
ho was, ami mid lie would otup In
unit tell Mr. cnvndvll tn.ii rom
would not bo down until very Into If
at all that nlay. I had tried several
tlnuti to get him on the telophono
but thn wires wero still down.
All thn morning I )m. that guilty
feeling wo havo when wo have done
wtong to'eonieono wo love, and that
someone lo In danger. 1 Wrought of
my debts, and determined to bo
very economical, to go without
everything iKiiwlblo, until they wero
paid. I would rofUM! to go any
whero or do anything of which Tom
disapproved. Several times I crept
iiulotly In to look nt him, mid each
tlmo came but mora conscience
stricken, llo wns very palo, and the
deop clrolen under hln eyed, dhownd
tho Htniln ho had been under, -
About noon ho wnko.ued. and ln
Hlntod upon getting up. Iin bathed
nnd drensed, then had luncheon
with un. Aftvr he had finished ho
declared ho wan going down-town.
Hoth l'eggy nnd I tried to dUwuado
him but couldn't. '
"I feel an good as now,"' he dn
clarod, "why Hhoiildn't I go? We
may bo nhort-handetl too; soino of
thn bon Jive it long way out, and
trulim may not be running."
Artcr Ilui left I'eiriry brought out
her pencil und paper ngaln. '
"Jo you Hiippose wo could got
down lo Hhnbcl's?" sho asked nftcr
figuring a whllo.
"I don't know -I should think we
might," I replied. "The nubwny
gniw right thorn. Tho only trouble
will be gnttlng from hern to fho sta
tion. Thoy have been nhovellng all
tho morning, though, and I Rhould
think wo might got through"."
"Come on, tot's try!" J'cggy re
turned. 'T niunt got Homo of my
presentw off, nnd It will bo fun to'
go out In tho Know."
Tho mm vvim shining brightly, and
nldn from tho enormous plIeH of
now In tho iitreet, the blizzard ot
thn nlgtrt beforo might have been
Wo dresHod In hesivy high bootn
and rubbem. short sklrtn and Jack
ets so that wo could wado through
the drift If nectvwary, Then start
Mon with Mlmvel.i nnd wnowplowa
were everywhere. I'eggy thought It
n grout lurk to walk between pllen
of nnow higher than her head! while
I ko.nl think ng of Tom. What It
Walter hail not fallen over htm'
One t thoso pllen might have cov
ered lilm. I shuddered nt the
thought I llmvT hated nnow ever
since that night.
vo finally reached tho subway.
It wan crowded even then with men
going down to business, All street
cars wero Htopped, und It wan Im
possible, for cHlicr laxles or liorao
rubn lo get along, I wan glad to
(cavo thn crowded cam at Hlmbel's.
Hut nothing could nuench Percy's
Just uh wo went Inside of the
store, I heard I'eggy exclaim, then
saw her atoop over and pick some
thing up from tho rioc,
"Hero young lady givo mo that!"
n coarse looking' woman exclaimed,
''I Just dropped it.'
I looked ut I'eggy who held n
largo nqttnre pocketbook In her
hand, und gnzod doubtfully from It
to Iho woman who had npoken, nnd
who I noticed, carried ft silk hand
I innings is Keepings.
"It mav bn yours. I don't say It
Isn't." I'eggy finally returned! "Hut
I shall not give It up unlesn you de
scribe tho contnntn. I'll call a floor
walker and you can tull wnai is in
1L Then wuil onen It und If It be
long tn you Why I'll glnMly givo it
With an oath and a look that
showed plainly that she wpuld kill
I'eggy If sho durcrt. tno woman ii
nooeared in th crowded store.
"Old you over hear of mich
nerVo?' Pectry naked. "Come on
let's go up to Bho ladles' dresnlng
room Hnd sen what I vo rounu. i
don't Intend to givo it up to anyono.
hut thn rlghtrul owner.
I followed I'eggy. very much ex
cited. Huppcoe ho had found a lot
Wo found a quiet corner nnd
Peggy opened tho bag. It- held
a shopping lint, fsomc change, nnd n
nniaU roll of bllln. AVe conntod
them. There were Junt $14. Hut
not a card or anything to show who
the owner might be.
"Wouldnt I huvn been a fool had
I given It to that woman," Peggy
asked, iuat as tho attendant camo
In with a woman who was crying
bitter v. ,t
"Don't feel wi badly'the girl
told tho sobbing woman, "someone
la wuro to find it nna turn it in.
Heroro I could stop her. Peggy
had gone to them nnd naked:
"Havn you lont anything?"
"Yc Mlax, I lost my pocket book
wltli all tho money I've boon saving
Tor tho children's Olrrlstniaa in It.
I can't givo 'them anything unlesn I
rind It, nnd their llttlo heart will be
"Describe tho pooket book nnd
tell mo wljat wia In It," Peggy wild
to her. Khn told of tho list, dtscrto
Ing lhr children oh sho mentioned
what each wan to have, thon until
she had 45 cents In ohnngo nnd IH
in bills. Her Jov In feottlnc it back
wan only equalled by Peggy's delight
that sho hadn't given It to the
Tomorrow Christmas r.ve.
oomn home." thn dead rather, who
communicated with his automatic
writing daughter, wan .quoted by Hlr
Oliver ail saying. "Ono ut tho things
I havo learned hero In these months
Hlnco I havo cotno hero In tho Im
mense power or thought. Mvcry hard
thing you miy or fool for another
mukcn your path und his harder. I
had no notion how much effect we
havn upon each other, to living and
tho dead. Your pain la ours; our Joy
may bo yours.
"Tho more you realize your near
ness, so much tho nearer wo can
ome. Pray for un an, living ana ron-
rrectod. Thero In H. grout bonu be
tween us. All my llto on earth Is
o clear hero, I can unroll it iikc u
Hlr Oliver dealt with predictions
upponed to bo made through medi
um by thn departed, or wnai is gen
rallv culled fortune telling, llo sold
that thn dead naturally luul contrul
over the niliin methods of prediction,
bused on Judgment or foreknowledge.
that we huvo on mirth, unit wise man
an frequently predict future bup-
cnlngn from his knowletige or cnur.
ncter und factors nffcctilng huniun
action or oh a ratlnitil manager
ould predict that a new rust train
lould run over his head on a. certain
date, when ho Intended to put nuch a
tram nn tho schedule
With disinterested und clearer
vleun on human character, nnd n
Ereutor undcrstundlng or human
events, nplrttM could woll havn thn
Powvr lo some better dn-euiciiona
thnn the living. The clear eye of tho'
spirit might diagnose. 11 dungerous
disease, art yet unknywn to ttio vic
tim, or foresee a combination of cir
cumstances not apparent on earth.
which would In nil probability bring
some event to pass. Further than
that, they had to nomo oxtent tho
power to Influence events ho as to
mnko good what they foretold. Sir
Oliver said, however, thut ho was
txtrriotl by the accomplishment 01
iredlctlonn which went furtnor man
thin. When a nnlrlt snld that on u
given day and hour and nt 11 certuln
place 11 train wreck would occur, tho
subject presented dlfricultles. llonuld
that ho could not sen how neuuctivo
reasoning could put a spirit Into pon-
sesnlnn of nuch Information In ad
vance, nnd that ho did not bellevo u
spirit would excrclso what power it
might havo to cuuso such a catastro
All predictions, oven thoso of the
dead, ho asserted, were subject to
change, It unrorsecn circumstances
Intervened, Thero In np such n thlog
ns predcHtlnatlon, ncco'rdlng to the
lecturer. Any, person for whom ovil
things aro predicted should remom
ber, according to Sir Oliver, that hln
will In tree nnd thut ho can resist und
often elutle the blow which Is pro
pared for him. Vigorous human
action can change tho outcome ut u
future event which seems most likely
to tho spirit, becuuso ot the accumu
lation ot probabllltleH yislbln to tho
ghostly faculties ot tho propheslcr.
The Interest of tho dead in things
on earth gradually lessen before cn
grossing developments in their new
life, except vhero a spirit threads his
way buck mrthward on mlsslonury
'What a loUy being may do," said
thn lecturer, "ami what possibilities
aro open to jilm on'mlsslonury enter
prise ana 1110 uirrcrcnt states to
which such a .being may go, nro not.
tor un scientific men tn deal with n
all. Wo must deal with thn simple,
tho human, the tangible tho tract
able, und leave supernal height's to
theologians who make a study
When a new milliner comes t'
town th' excitement in nil unumcst
th' boys. "HuslneFs is so good I'll
havn t' make an assigtuuert If we
don't have a panic purty noon, ' said
Tell Hlnklcy, t'day.
Mv sinter Oladdln wns out laiit
nlto on account or Mr. Parkins tak
ing her to the theater to selcbruto
her borthdny. nnd my cuzzln Artie
wus nrround. and I set). I wish I had
nomothlng' to give Oluddln ror her
bcrthttay, nccaune uncn l a nave
more rlto to nnk hen to givo mo
Humthtng for mine tho next time I
havo one. and Artlo sed. wy dont
you do aumthtng to iiei-prl7,o her, wy
non 1 you ennngo tne iurnnure er-ro-und
In hor room so It will look
llko a new room?
Helnir a Drittv cood of a Idecr,
and ma and Artlo went In Giuddlses
room ami started to do it, pushing
fho bod warn tho bewro was nnd the
bewro ware tho bed was and chang
Ing all tho chairs and nlckturos. be
Ini; r. Int of work hut niaklmr a blvr
change in tne lookB or tho room.
G I bet she wont rcckonlze It. sed
Artie, and I aed, itll bo a scrprlso
all rite. And wo went back to my
room rite next more to uladdte)e
and pj,ayed lotto till Artlo went homo
on account; or iiitvmg to. uim 1 -vvc-ut
to bed ana wonucreu now muton
Oladdln would enjoy her berthday
ncrprlze and tho tlrnt thing I new
I wan asleep and. tne 2nd thing
knew I woak up on account of num
body bumping Into aumthlng In tho
next room nnd saving. Owtch. ovvtch
wnts UhLs thing doing over on this
Helng filnddln anil Jest then he
bumrKd Into sumthlng eltn. Having,
Owtch. for goodnlsn sake. Is tho
room turned nrround, or la It me? -
wut In the. world In lli III07 vrry
thing seems to bn In the rons place
-hewinn, J Jiope I dldent get into
tne rong lioune.
Anil sho bumped into 3 nujro
iiungs noiorn snc 1111 ino me li.iy
ing Won, or iningn, wat on ertli f
Merry berthday. uladdlss. nor
prize, nerpiire, 1 yolled rrom my bod
and Ol.iddlx camo running In and
grubbed the covers ofr or mo and
picked up my Hoy Scouts book nnd
Started to hit mo all over with It on
accbunt of mo tint keeping still enuff.
for ner to aim nt cny ono place, nnd
l yencn tike onytiung nnu.pop cam
up In hln pldjnmmers, a)1ng, Wat
the mlachlff, wat tho doono? and
(lladdltw sed, Ho movcdsall tlio rernl
turo In my room to mako mo bum
Into It And If I urn not nil blnok and
blue Itn not his fault.
I did not. nop, I dltl not, I moved
It ror a berthday acrprlse. I can't
help It If fflin wunted to bump Into
it 1 sea. and pop sen, Tho way o
the benefactor is hard. And he guv
me a krack Home placo with hln
hand for good mezzure und went
down stairs agon, saying, Oo to sleep,
1 wwrn 1 ata.
You Should Know
1 -th 11
"John Don han own) r
two years. 1 navn gt.ft
payment. Am I allow.- 1
tluit iiinount li making
coino tax return for 19'9
Tho nnswer nf the burr r
nut rovenuo lo quiw'i.
hese In: "les, If
haunted every reosonab
oollpctinn. nnd have eh tit, 0 ih.
... 1 A , ft .... - . 1.
ueot 111 J ii 1 if nn worinierd
n I... .. 1 w. ift.l .. u ,. ,i. ...
lebt must be charged off ih ,v.
iuximiii" yivir in wiiiiii
nrs In iileoVerrd Tie '
show ovldcnco or Hk
which worth le.-Hiicnn vv 1.1 '
Statement should be iin 1.
lebtor linn been dlscharc t
ruplcy. or him dlnappr r
,1 11.rn.ri" o iriT 11
methods of collection It 1 .
nnustetl. An staled in
regulations, "where ad
ng clrcumslaiieeM Hul
lebt l worthless nml
.ml thiil i--l n"M.m
ment would In nil probal '
suit In thn satisfacnto
nn it Judgment. 11 sl
fnclM will lie sltllleleni ,
tho worthlewmess of the '
purposes of deduction "
Payment or an ordir
charged orr nn worthlt -eomo
tn the creditor Mir
change In rorm or oipi
ever, however, a ilebi k
worlhlenn In some preK
a later year recovered
recovered, Iho timnun'
taxable Inconio In the 1
the ;ear In which recr vt
lmiifl to Uclatlves
A treuuetu rialtn rr 1 ' in u
made for lonnn 10 r , .1 Bn
Hiuorn n, debt cull be I ' d IS
character an n truo drt- ,st 1
proved. Quentlons sin ' ii,
reach collectors: "ir t . 1 ai 'J a
num to naslst a needy frlri t r reli
live, hnvlng ut tho time lln'n or nn
re.inon to expect mat it wen 1 he rt
turned, may t claim n deduction in
cover such ndvoncn?" The nr iter l
"No." Such nn advnnen is rtgardfl
nn n girt, und, In not held to ! j
A valid debt which In nrov nl In N
worthloss Is not always a p oper d.
ductlnn. Treasury regulatnrs prn.
vide that .worthlem debt) ,ir!.ln
from untmld wages, salarlri, rents"
andjilmllnr Hems of income U n'
bo allowed an a deduction un'r-a ih.
Incomo nuch Items repreirii h
been Included in the creditor's rnlum
for tho year in which tho deduction
Is nought, or In a previous year
When Iebt Tn Worthier.
Where tho creditor 'continues to
extend credit to tho debtor, a drt"
may not bo claimed n worthless
debt may not bo charged off and df
ducted In part, but must bo vvbol '
nnd entirely worthless before am
part mny bo deducted, though It maj
bo clearly worth less than the face
amount, ir a debt is rprglven It cn
not bo claimed n a Ucdui-tlon, be-
causo It is then regarded ns a sir
which Is not an allowable dediictlen
r tii nr.
IVaccfuL .Means Only.
Tho nennlo of this country have
tho rower to amend and ultor their
constitution an foam of governtnont
by peaceful and constitutional
Means. The rtllenn or citizens who
proposo to substltuto dlnortle.-. as
sassination, murder, thn forcible Up
heaval of society, for those peaceful
p.othods, deservno bo punished rig
orously, ,No bllP-of Tights can bo
I retched to protect them In tho ln-
tolerablo wrongs which tlroy nro
eager to perpetrate. Naw York
Panto Thin In Your Hut.
Tho country must control tho rail-
roads, not tho railroads tho country.
I'nclo Sum 'Will Attend to Thut.
Jack Johnson Is comlntr back to
this country in search or 11 fight.--
"The Urs ,lnllne. but do not tnapV
lYlduv, tviiniury I'd. Jiuw.
Astrologers rend this ns nn uttlm.
portant day In planetary direction.
Mara Is in bonolc aspect.
Thero In n. sign rend as Indicant
reorganization of tho army m
many changes making for mllltarj
Building mrw como under , su
that scorns to forecast much nctlvtu,
especially in tlho erection of ftrut
tures devoted to public uses.
1'hyslclana aro subject to a plane
tary rulo that presages great strain.
cd by the sUra nmj It may be tna.
an epidemic Is threatened.
Kfflciency will bo nioro than fr
tho watchword during 1320 and sp
ciallzatlon will bn impor.i'lve '
Hhooe who dlro to draw thn prut!
In buslnetw. ,
Simo sort of a revolt agalrs. Ins'
prices la rorccast nnd scnsatlona
ovonts may bo recorded.
Persons whoso bhthdato It in
th nugury or an activo year
which enterprise and resourcctulne
will bring big rewards.
Children born on thin dav rrobiD'
ly will bo extremely vital and ener
getic. These subjects of Usees tun.
ally succeed In life. 1
I lopjTUlil. t 20, r 0 Mrlllirt Kr WI frM
MUSIC 15 ESSEIfTlAi
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Have you simply put it off ot; havo you, felt unable
financially to get a piano orlayer piano
Yon should know about tlio Jenkins Tltlft Plan. Many pe
ay they would never havo owned a piano or tt player piano
. 1 ..... . !. . 1 .. 1 . 1 .. .. . 1 .. . . 1
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