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1 ULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1920
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fr thai th arai. net paid rlrrulalkin of Tn Dally
md Srntdat World for Urn month l ladiafjr I0,
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tia rlbnd and morn hafn-n rn thia nib daf of
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I'llONK fim)Tl(lt Aid" DIJPAHT.M KNTH
Daily lliblkal Quotation
Tllt'llSDW, li'.IIIHMlV !!, IttSII.
iod halh not appoluled tin to Wrath, but to
'hlaln ealVHtlon hy our lord JeHim ('hrlm. t
lie all my henrt ami all my iluye
IIpvoIpiI to mj Hvlor'n prjfhn;
And lei my p;li ohedli'licn prnw
Mow; iiiticli I owe. how much I love.
Itnjolce evermore. I Them. 6:16.
The lco-prenldent Iiiih becoiuo thn milker of
eplBraiuM. Hn ). "Ill IllUf cnuiptilKII I W'ltllt
to follow a prluelplu, not u pltiB hut."
Old .lankHnn llarnelt rihoiild throw bin money
away nnd the while foll.k would ipilt khluaplni.'
him. It lun't IiIk Kood lookM that make 'em nut
They've Ijiieii cIiiihIiib polnonnd ollveti for a
eek wlllliitit iiuyono once liuvlnir HUKKceted a
ierniiin plot. Whlull Ih one of thn coiiHequenccH
nf letting Mr. Urcel ipill.
IMwhtinkU limn nltnl III" wlfn lo jleath Kat
iirdny, while a ChlcaKo huxhiind wan prnventi'd
from killing lAn mpoiiko Sunday. The worm
opium to have turned at IiihI.
Thn Dublin I Hull Independent' refer lo "thn
meMMgn pretddenl Wllnon delivered lo tho demo
cratic cnmiulUco at .lackmin Hay." Which re
pihi'dH into of Mr. Iloover'n rilulcirienl that hn
licluitKcd In the ".liberal" party.
An editor woiiileru why I'lorlda Is bocomlnB o
popular an a rtniSrt. Well, for ono rcaon I'lor
lda U only a few bourn froiu llnvnna, whnro
Nonio effort Id htlll niiido to meet thn wlnhcti of
(Julonel TuiiiH lllxby of tint MunkoReo I'lioeulx
hiut ono, awful Until oxplatnliiB bin political
ntnttii. Somn day, we prenume, It will come to
iho brilliant editor that n very good way U lo
I r i it 1 1 hlH paper to develop Kh own policy from
day In day withoiiljun attempt to Nlato In ad-
vnnco what It willbe. It'n difficult to llvn up
III advance nollcuf of any nnrl. Hnrnum Hlldu't
rt dd It. Jf
VAMsirtM. sKi.r it)vi:uN.Mi:.vr
I With tlmyinal acceplancn of thn federul con
ilutlon by thn various .itntcN thero boBaii a
'-year jr.ir between ihoan who ntood for tho
iitjliln qt thu ntatea and thone who ntood for a
, hi oi;cciiliallied federal udnilnlHtratlon. Tho
ulifliiient ItKolf was not defliille euoiiBli on
tjin mibjcct, and yot It wao. I'or tho reader lu
uttuchiiiR to thu wtirtU employed tho monition
i lu-y ordinarily carry, must Inevitably anlve at
Iho coucIiikIoii that the fratnerN of tho coiiHtl
tut Ion coutetnplated a federal organization
vested only with hucIi autliorlly it.i the (.lain
Itself could pot exercise without canning con
fllct with aihitur states Iind dl.tturbliiB tho lllter
.ilnlc I fill 1 1 ii ii. f
It may be will that the decUloua culmluatlnB
lu ihr bloody derision of tht war of tho tc
iIoiih wsre necosAity and bound. Hut what In
lo bo Maid of tho Piicroui.iimcutH elate
.ililhorlty which have been KoltiR Htoadily for
ard dm Inn the mt two decoded tho last de
lude lu paiili ulaf?
The iiiiiUiiinl educutlon OMOPlittlun In con
wnlloo ni t'leiplund. tlhlo, Iiiih Just endorsed
lie Mnilth-Tow.i hill which purposes creatlliB
the offloe of wcreMry of education with a M-at
In the prcililont's cabinet There Is ponding a
similar maeuri with respect m national
health neeretury. hacked, too. by a very deter
mined coterie of (fcntlumen who know what
(hey want audi why.
If tlnwe inoveinenui are permitted hy public
opinion lo succeed where In tho llnu to be
iirawnT i.an it i8 iii-uen mat r standardized
and federal dictated curriculum or a bureau
. cratloally enforced system of theropcutlcs In
A-j lcis offensive than a stati-prvcrlbed relliilon?
)f tho local'Solf-Kovcinment theory which stand
. Mm vnrv ffillllllatlon of our t?fii'frni.w,.f..i
l t, . rf . n-,.,,..nv(iiui njrn-
tcm does not Inoludo the rluht of thn citizen to
locully dotonnlnc ull of these matters thon what
, docs It Include that cpmiuanded th,. couraBeous
aorlflces at the fHtheis'.'
ThroiiRli this attempt to biitiK hip public
school system or Iho nntlou under tho despotic
control of a federal agency thero runs undls
uiil'tl (lie Herman philosophy which holds tho
child Hi hp the propel ty of tho state Against
i li.tr phllnnophy stand pvery original purpose
mid concept of American patriots. Anil we hn-llpvi-
t lit hi- trim Unit iikhIufH thul phllntophy
thprp MamM nrrwyrtd todny u prf pftintfrnnt nm
Juilly of Atni'rlriin jMnttil.
'Dip hninr inny hn Invmlwl with Impunity
fur thp ptirpom of irliiU dlpliilloti t wlmt
wp ulnill pikiIi nnd pt Hnd drink; wn IihIIpvp
t ti.it it will nvcr hp tolprnhlp to Ii.ivp It In
vaded for llin piirr t fndrl dlrtntum im
to hmv ll Kfivprnmput nlmll Iip Hdmlnlfitmnlj
to fitrpo u HtnriilfinllxiHl t.dntfiwhli htwipi
thop mBmhm which ctinmitiit lt thief Blory.
I'Htrlollnm, Kft well n roininon miiimt, deinfuitln
tlml thn unjimtlfled nMril(itm on th riuhw of
th" Hlnto he mnpped. I'or itm ii rwlilll of that
iMriAlin there li rerlnlnly HntiiK down nvery
fenture of the iirlglnrtl Amerlen ciiiiceptlon
which cndehrpil It lo II ndhirittitH nnd ipKirt
ere over nil othere.
I,et Ihn eloBmi he not only "Hlop! Von pim
not advnnee iilntiK Oil line!" lint lt tlin
loKiin of fnrren unialleiiihly rnmmltted to Ihn
pollpy of u rnlrnnt to Kronnd Mlieuily Jotl. HIo
the Klmy of A,;rtprlrii In vnnlehed!
iT: (iAiiitcv ash iii:aii ii
Thnro In In tho nun-
ii ne untm are hwoiiiiik. im' ih in m
(dhiipfi enm'jIhlnK dellrlntmly utrniiKo; In tho
wfTid? a moiletntlon peculiarly iootlllnit. Ire
ently almix the nlreuliie there will appear hiirelH
of (olnr. Thpn will he Ihe rndhlid. I ha hlurk
hitiv, the wild plum and the dowood fn lilimm.
AltnoMt nny inoriiliiu now you inny. If you will
rle with the nun, he.ir the iiirdlnnl from hie
lofty cyrln, mnindliiK tnpH to Winter. Hprlni:
npproarhen (liirden time U here.
Naturn le Piilllnif hkhIii to her own. Nor will
hIip hn denied. Her eodilotlvn tonoa appeal allko
to prliu'p nnd pauper, who In their predilection
for her wondroue iiiocmIm eoiifpeM nllko n rom
mon orliiln nnd n kindred mil. The hunker
In IiIh poiintliu: room kiowh tPHtlcwii inemorleH
of other dnyn rldn iinhltlden to dleputo with
nroiilred hahlt for niaetory of tlo hraln; while
ai?e, decrepitude ami penury live once iikiiIu a'
moment of rontontment In r.iHtlnn on the
recollpetlonM of diiyn that are no more
Aleiinder, llannlhiil, Xennphom the inlKht
leit that tho n.irlli htm known In all Ihn iiBph
rilnro tho hlrth of man, -ne'er roio hlh'her than
their own heads from Ihn epmen( of theli
orlKln; ami tnndornlritn, with all Its vlctorlivt aptl
nehleveiiientH; 11m wondrniw InventlotiH and
vnrleil amiinement, ellll w.ilkn tlie earth and In
an ocimidoiial rnturu lo primal naturn eeruroH
lie Kreateet heiipdlctlon.
Tho pit Id pen of the econotnlHt and propa
BandlHlH wrlteti to urRn lh.it you, tho lwelle( In
the rllli. nmko garden. They e,iy It payn, Unit
It norvcH to rpilucn the coxt of llvliiK. t'ur iiruo
Ih for n different rtmrion. In thn'tianio of ppon-
iimy It pnniiot ho JiiKtlflrd. I'or It prohnhly will
prove trim that for every Itom you take from
your gnrden you will have paid thrlco the price
of tho profiteer.
Hut money cannot buy the Joy ami hpupflln
that will accrue to you If you yourself perform
the IiIrIi and eacred office. The bI. of the plot
ha ntithlliR to do with It. What Ih of Impor
tance In that you permit no proxy. Hpude deep
and closely, hrliiKlUK I" ip Mirfiico new IiIkIi
rciolve(i coverliiB forever doihtM and careM that
never have boon and tiuvrr will ho JiiMtlflcd. lu
thn earth-mnellH that fill your huntrllM live aRaln
an nil biilforKollen era of your oxlutenee, and
from It drink deep of thn ellilr of life that re
bulhlN nnd KlorlflP".
l'lant wleely anil curefully. And In the Hprout
InB eeedH nnd KrnwbiK planlH learn "well the
IcHstnn of life, and from that lptsnnn receive anew
ii,.. i.iMiil..,. nut imlv of faith hut Duxltlve UH-
niirapce. In coinmunliiK with reprmlucliiB Na-V
turn and attcndlnc to the dnmamlH or n tlirlv
IliK haok-yai'd Burden man of t.eilenlnry occupa
tion aniulreM moro than thn learned epeclalhlH
of Iho earth le capable of Imparting! '.No h-m-l.'in
of phyrilcal culture eiiuale 11; no aitlflulal
Bamo can appro.ich II. And no, club hoiiso hae
over been built whonn oonvenlencPH and roflno
menlM ah capablo of brliiBlnB that ewect mo
nienl when Willi achliiK inuecles anil im appn
1 1 tin comparabln only to.thiifn days back on the
farm, you Hit at tho tablo with "hor" and thn
fruits of a happy'unlon, within tho hlesjicd nanc
tuary of rlvlllxed man'H. niipreme achievement
Make Burden for health's pake. Mukn It for
Hplrll'H Hiiko. Make It tor contimcnl'N nake.
Make II, that you may once afialn realize tho
ninjetity of UoiI'h Breat creation, primal rami,
Alwnt Willie Wine.
Opyritht, 11121). by IMear A. (hitat
This la the tale of Wllllo Wise, who pompa-
(Inured his hair.
At Kelly pool, beyond a doubt, lio certainly
Hn knew tho latest dancing slops; nt bridge
hn wns a shark. "
Ho wasn't very much by day, hut a wonder
It mattered very little what tho function or
Iff Willi? Wise It could be said he certainly
Ha was there with all the lino of talk that
fillH tho Idle hours,
At posing In the limelight's glare he had un
He wore the latest things In clothcu nnd foil
for funny hats,
Ho had a watch upon bis wrist and dressed
tils feet in spats,
Ho vnj perfection all thu time; ho wore silk
In dress and milliner, I (diould say, ho ccr-
tiilnly was there.
You could depend on Willie Wlso he'd tell
you so himself.
In n witt em social no one here would leave
htm on the shelf.
Ho knew convention's rules and laws from
A to and then
11a had some little olever tricks unknown to
At tea or dinner, opera, show or church
bazaar or fair,
He'd shlno among thn shiniest, for he wan
Hut when It came to honest toll and duties
bard to face,
It seemed to us that Willie Wise was sadly
out of place.
He didn't like Ihe office grind and hnd no
And wouhlb't carry any load which somehow
ho could shirk.
He blundered everything ho tried, and didn't
eem to care,
I'or when It came to making Koodhn simply
nj OTIS LOBTOM
Anyhow. 1'reitldcnt W'llmin will m-ver have to
into hie hoot on flurlemin or llaker.
The Mr I'orlprhoilen known to the piirjiHI
Homopriii hun to live on u eolip Joint. .
An we iindernlnnd II, the meitm roller tnnn
Ipillated hy the ymiliK men'e deinocratie leoifuo
wm prnppJInd hy a donkey eiiKlne.
A wlfn to isettlne ! he alinnet an vnlunhln un
ii I'ord fllver. A Tuleti man offore it reward of
$100 for Information lending to the recovery of
Willi a preeldeiitlnl ndtnpnlKn romlnit on. tho
ntninhcrti of the lnlliiture have ilpnmed It tin
wlee to lnvetltn at thin time tho rharKeH tnado
rtlnt (Inventor Itnherteon hy Cam Hmiell
One of the tlieotoplilrnl prohletnii wo ran't
iindpretanil e how llin I'dltor of the ChlckaMia
KxprNN known It Ik koIiik to hn a mammoth wi ll
heforo the drlllciM ntart to epinl In
The horticultural Mlltor of tho Chlckfmhn
Kiliren Is opposed to IrliiiniltiB trees. This,
volyiim haft always contended that pruning trees
nnd mlistacheti Is beueflclnl to both trees and
We shall continue to object to Mr. Hoover ni
a candidate for president unless CleorBn t'reel
Im selected hn his running mate, so that ho may
have, someone to relieve liltn of the onerous Job
of prnss iiBetitliiB his cnmpatBn.
An Oklahoma preacher who objects to tho
way wax figure In show windows nre dressnd
Is suspected of MntidliiK on thn corner nnd
watiihlni; every lady wearing ono of those tight
skirls step from thp pavement on HobliiHon
avenue lo thp sidewalk.
Wo do not know whether It was Kinma liwe
or I .u lira Iive who ran off with Jackson Harnett
and married hlui, and It really makes no dlf
ference so lomf nk tlfittn Is lovn lu Ihn tninnau
tjoti. Neither do wm sen why so much fuijs
should hn made, over It. If reports of his wealih
Ih anything llkn I run hn Is about tho only man
wo know of who can afford to marry The gov
ernment tniiy exercise n guardianship over his
personal property, hut wo 'do not believe even
Calo Hells will go so far as to Insist thnl the
Indian department has tho solo and excluV.vo
right to pull his lii'iirl-HtrliiKH, or that n solicitous
government can fill the place of n wifo for an
aged man llko llarnelt. '
(jiaromclcr of Public Opinion
l iMors HoniiM'H, i
Mil. World. Concerning -Mr. UavldsonV letter
appearing In Tho World February 23, ho Is mis
taken In Maying that thn American I.cglon Ih
opposed to tho proposed bonus for ex-servlco
men. Mr. Hiigau did not consult tho legion in
tlm matter and took more authority than he
should when he spoke for the legion opposed
to tho bonus. 1'roni tho great number of legion
members' I have talked with, none will endorse
Mr. I lagan's action. I a ma innmhcr of tho
local post nnd I know that a majority of the
members nro In favor of the homin.
Mi:.IHi:U OK TUB M'.OIO.V.
Tulsa, Okla , l'eb. 'i I, I'J20.
.Mr. HaBiii) KiplaliiN.
Kdllor World: It Is with no little reluctance
that I request the privilege of trespassing upon
your Bcnoroslly or tho purpose of noticing, to
so li I o extent, thn letter relative to bonuses for
soldiers, appearing In your Issuo for February
23rd and signed A. Davidson, 'Mr. Davidson
further subncrlliPH himself "Member of Dollglnsi
County l'imt." As thero Is no such legion pqst
In Oklahoma, I tnke It that Mr. Davidson Is n
visitor In tho slate. However, I nni nop Inclined
lo object to his criticism o that ground, al
tUnUBh, of course, I.would naturally attach mnro
Importance to It had It emanated from u mem
ber of the Oklahoma branch of the legion,
Mr.' Davidson's letter seems to be double bar
relled. Tho soldiers who did not get overseas
are thn victims of one- barrel, while the entlro
clA'Hluu population Is the object of tho attack of
So far tin thero Is concerned the men who
did not servo overscoH, I deslro to call Mr.
Davidson's attention to thn fact Unit ho Is en
tirely mlslakcu when ho assumes that tho bonus
plan, approved by the. national cxecutlvo com
mittee, contemplates n graduated scalo. It pro
pones to give a. JC0 bond for overy month of
service nnd thero Is absolutely nothing In the
nutllno of thu plan submitted to iirdlcato that
the man who spent two years with thn First di
vision will obtain a cent more than the nmu
who served two years on this side. So tho in
sinuation that my objection wns really to a
"graduated bonus" necessarily loses Its point
So far as Mr. DavhUon's onslaught on tho
civilian pollination is cuncerneo, I cannot escape
the conviction that the great bulk of thn civilian
population is composeil or thp father and moth
ers and wives and lirotlicm and sisteru of those
who w,i're lu (.ervlcn, and I doubt very much
whether they ileservo sir. Davidson s diatribe.
Mr. Davidson appears to think that wo In
Oklahoma tire selfish and are unmindful of our
"poorer buddies" In tho east. If is hardly ncces
sary to call Mr. D.ivldson'M attention tu the fact
that tho opposition to the action of tho national
executive committee comes from all sections of
the country mid Is not restricted to Oklahoma.
So far as the cast Is concerned, it might he
noted Unit the chairman and secretary of tho
New vorK uounty American legion have both
Issued ringing protests,
Mr. Uavhls'on. refers to my "denunciation of'
Mr. D'Ollcr," tho national commander of the
legion. My letter was directed solely ugulnst
the action of u minority of tho national execu
tive committed and did not contain n syllahlo
that could, by tho most elastic stretch of tho
Imagination, bo termed denunciation. So far ax
Mr. D'Ollcr Is concerned, the writer has for
hint the deepest respect and esteem.
Mr. Davidson asserts that the returned over
seas veterans aro skeptical of tho legion Tho
writer of this letter haH visited ninny posts of
thn legion lu this slain and does not hesitate to
say that such a statement is Incorrect o far as
Oklahoma is concerned, From actual experi
ence with conditions In Oklahoma. 1 have
formed the conclusion that returned overseas
men form the hulk of the membership of tho
legion lu this statu and furnish Its iiiont active
I c.uitiot refrain from observing that tho en
tire tono of Mr. Davidson's letter Is, In my
opinion, most regrettable and the sentiments
hp cherishes nro not those held hy tho great
majority of the legion nicmbors in this stale
and nro not such us will help to make tho
American legion a great factor for tho promo
tion of the Boncral wolfnVo of our country but,
on the contrary, they will necessarily force tho
I.eBion to degenerate Into nn organization whose
primary purpose Is tho ohtnlnlng front tho gov
ernment of material benefits for Its members.
Tim writer of this letter U not opposed to all
beuefical legislation for ex-service men. Ho
believes that tho leBlon must adopt, as practi
cally Its chief obligation, the obtaining of tho
moit llberul compensation possible for wounded
and disabled mnn and for tho whows and or
phans of thosiS who died in the service. Jin also
believes that tho government should promptly
extend land nld to tho veterans of this war and
should, by liberal loans, on the easiest possible
plan of payment, assist them In obtaining homes,
Such plans work for permanent relief and also
are of great benefit to tho country, for undoubt
edly tho homo owner Is tho backbone of tho
nation. Hut tiny plan of a cash bonus Is neces
sarily Inadequato and temporary so far as relief
Is concerned: and Is, 'moreover, certain further
tu Infhihi and disorganize the already disturbed
finances of tlm country Respectfully your.
II. 11, 11 AO AN.
Tulsa, Okla , Feb, 23, 1020.
"She will either
C'UAl'TUIl XO. I
It Is mi III Wind That IIlous No One
Tho moment Tom camo In Unit
nl("ht I saw Unit something had hap
pened, and n look nt his face showed
that It wns Hoiiic,lhlui; good. J could
scarcely wait until ho wont Into the
hithioom to wash. I followed him
In and closed the door. It might bo
something hn would not care tu ills-
ns much "
cumi before I'cjrgy -
'What I It. Tom 7" I asked. "What
"How do you know , any thine has
happened?" he linked, HinUlIng ut
"Don t teasii mo. denr! I Know
you have r-oinethlng to tell me."
"yes, I have, yue, t)k directors
Iteltl their meeting today, and"
"Yos!" I Interrupted hm he
Htoppod lo wipe his face.
"And they made mo general matin
ger of tho New York office. Poor
Cnindell's accident lias given mo tho
position that Is, wmifT than I could
have hoped for it otherwise."
'And live pay, do they give you
" es, you greedy thing, they give
me fifty more a mouth,"
"Oh. Tom won't that ho nice! Wo
can get along finely on J2R0 n
"We ought to, It's more than mint
young people have to live on, I can
tell you." i
"Not more than your friends," I
told him "Why, Vivian Morton, Mr.
llrown, that Mr. Collins, and both
C-irol Hlacklock and Kverett; every
one of them hns moic than Hint."
"Yo'j mustn t compare our income
with that of wealthy people like
those you havo mentioned. Tiieyare
all older or have inherited money."
l'launlng to Incrrnso KH'no.
"I know I shouldn't, and I won't!"
I returned, "but Tom we can do a
lot of things now that wo couldn't
do before Why thnt Is twice- as
much nM you earned when we were
first married. You must havo ft
new suit tight awny. I noticed your
eont was getlng shlney, and little
Tom must have some rompers and a
lot of things, and I want a new tailor
suit. I nope now you won t ouject
o me going to Helen's tailor, or to
the one VHlati Morton rvcommeded,
"Hold on there'" Tom wild, but he
laui'hed hnpplly as ho spoke. "You
havo spent tho flrt year's raloe al-
ThltiRM have Jest about reached th'
point where th' average father don't
pretend t' do anything more'n keep
his family from starvln' till th' chil
dren Bit big enough t' work. An
other thing that's prob'ly tacked on
th' consumer Is th expense of at
tendln' sumo kind of a convention
ever' week or two.
1 - r
Upon a Misalliance
marry you or not at aH."
Wny 'KophiiK lvU About It.
Hut, nfter all, what Admiral Sims
said lu I'nrls Is hardly ns Important
as what hn has said since he came
home Charleston Npwh nnd Courier
Doc fulled Suited Know It?
"Mr. D'Annunzio has delivered a
tirade against the United States.
ready. Is dinner ready, I'm aa hungry
as n wolf "
.lust thp.. N'or.-ih called us to din
( The Young Lady )
we told I'eggy the good t
delighted for ou, Tom."
"and I know you wouldn't
niiuai ciju rr uy ii
nave been given tlie position ti'iu you
not deserved It. It's u wonderful
so young a man. I won-
.er, Sue, what the bo out tumie
would think If they could earnhnlf
"Tney'd itlc of heart falluro If It
were offered them," I replied. Then
I ju-ked for Kvepet). feelliu: , guilty
that In my delight t had forgotten
"He's doing rs well li-s couhl bo ox
peoted, they told me at the-husplinl,"
Tom replied "Hut I couldn't see
him. H win be a week yet before
he is nhle to see me " '
"I shan't see him before I go,
then," I'eijgy remarked rather sadly
I thought. "I haul n letter from
father todny ordering ilm home. He
said I would outstay my welcome,
that you never would ask me to come
nu.ilti, then flnhhed up that he was
to.ii. i pun 10
"We shall nils you," Tom and 1
ha I (I In unison.
"Thank you hoUt," 1'eBgy laughed,
It seems nt leawt to hu unanimous.
"1 shall hate to go though I want
to Fee dad."
"When must you go 7" 1 asked.
"Day after tomorrow."
"We'll take Mr. Crandel some
flow'.rs tomorrow, nr.d you can leave
a little noto for him," I told l'cggy,
who brlBhtcned at tho suBBcstion.
' I shall tell tho folks at home
what n howling success Suo has mar
The young lady
says it's hunt to teJI
rrom JitiotltCr since
nnd who's Just been reading nn article
uy a prominent Egyptologist, who
writes Just as good English aa anybody.
ried." sho iid to Tom. "Tliey ll an
bo Jealous, but you r.edn't mind. It
will be Jealousy of you "
I laughed at I'eggy'.i idea, but was
pleased thnt Hhe would tell tho home
my husband was Vio sue-
cessfjl, I was so proud of iom. ho
anxious that others should think him
Junt ns clever oat I did, that 1, per
haps overrated hiH business capacity.
Yot hud anyono hinted at such a thing
I should have been angry at once.
The ne.t day wo took1 tho flowers
to tho hospital, l'cggy was verv ex
travagant and bought wonderful
roses and ferns. We could not see
llverett, but sho sent them Into him
with a note expresnlng her regret
at tho accident, nnd also that sh'
must go home without seeing him.
She nmed to feel better after we
left. Tho nurse hnd wild that she
would gle him tho note as noon as
the doctor allowed, and tho flowcrr
at once with I'eggy's card.
Tomorrow Peggy's Departure.
Wasn't One Chance In .Million..
Tho former kaiser has forhlddnn
the former crown princb to surren
der himself to tho allies, Just as
though thero wero any likelihood of
his doing bo, Pittsburgh Gazette
Pleasant Outlook for Candidates.
Questionnaires may make tho po
litical proceedings this summer
sound more like an investigation
than a campaign. Washington Star.
An appeal now being made or. be
half of a poor country church for n
new organ hua been rtlnforied by a
coincidence the old organ happened
to cipher, on produce of Ha own
accord, n long-drawn, walling sound
Just as the words wero being read
from Job, "They rejoice at the sound
of the organ " This has been Inter,
preted as a good omen, and It re
minds a correspondent of what hap
pened in another village. A new
or:m,n w-os bought of the kind which
oould be played by turning a handle.
The church was crowded to hear its
opening recdtnl. All went well till
the end of the flint psalm; tho Kinrj
lug Uien ceased, but the organ went
on playing. It seemed that the man
in oharge had failed to discover how
to put on tho brake. From the
psalm tune the orBan went on to give
secular catch called "Drops
ami men xinntu en a
entitled "cj0 to the Devil
I Kvcry bird used lo u,
espeshllly chlcklns. Wen w
i chlckln you dont gehre
; think It used to he u pgr (
I would bo still If it had"-
hatched, and wen you e.i' a
dont genrolly stop to th
would look if Its mother I a
it nil slio wunted to.
If you hold a hole raw . .
hnpd It will Just stay tlur.
still, but If you suddl' ,v
suddln crack it in halt i w
' Hens lay eggs Jest for
of doing It and not fur tt,
of thinking how mutch
sumbody will Bet out i.f
fist. Wen a hen luys a . ,
crround cnckcllng ;is if
did sutnthlng that !,,i
elts could do, wich If li.t
cant lay eggs and pi
Hy Jest looking ntur
Is hatched you cant t, i ,
chlckln will grow up to i
a rooster, and after I' i, ii i
cant even tell by Jest '. ,
chlckln. ThU proved lit c
The most populcr tm. '
brekfist, people eating i
'I 2 depending on how .xi
i aro, Kggs look pretttc--
I most natural soft her . i ,
I A egg can hardly ct.'
: without losing Its k)i.
i Tho bigger a herd i
( tho slzo of a cbb "
chlcklns wnsont dlscow
children was ippose I
ostrich egg with a ti i
hrekflNt, they would pr
late for skool every i i.
The itara Incline, but do .
TuniTwIiij, February 2l, UUO,
Good and evil Influen. c
slurs contend thlx da c
astrology. While Murs ur I (r,i
aro In benefic nspe Si ,rn
Thero Is a sign ns u i ,ira lu
where material things ur- . j rr-t,
and it lslnlet-preted to fn . 1 ;icju
heavy losses through llivi
Some sort of misfortune i. ,
with mines and mining i
and it may provo exceeding ir'nj,
The nged should be x I -is
careful of tho heal h a i ,iif
for tho next three week ,r . ,r
bo of menacing power ow i t
Furmers inay bp ri ' if
Homo sort of an tibiipn e.
tlce. Organization tlia' w , ,p
national slgnlfJciince b' cm - 1
Constructive activit."' f iv
sort are well directed to, a .
ordlmition of effort tb.i v; m
much in production is fori t I t y tin
To all who realize thp ,f f ,i -of
the universal hrotherh urn .'ti
benefits lire foreslinilowc I
Women of wcnlth mid hp i r
tlon -will develop cxireinti jiJ..
views that will untugon 7.i i nn
of their fiimlliew, the seers ti 'phi-
Needlework l lo be itgun lit
iouable, according to .if nlogc
and women of every i l l s n . c
perlmcnt In dressmnkli g
Ah Uie pendulum pwIiik oia
public llfo for women the lu.
lions will rebound So th.i 'tv
new Interest In all domes ic lja
tho seers forecast
Imvo of IksiuI will he fxprrs'
In many' wan lu the I ' I Mr
ilurlng uture years ami but ill"--of
surpassing nrchltecturi gtaiMe
I'ersonM wtinsu hlrthilnip . .
the augury' of u it active ucc--year.
Children horn on Hit i'v
have finn gifts that tho Ju
tho Industry to cultivate llti-or
Jccts of iisces (have I rutins us
prlnclii.il ptanelary guide
U'1Tlfil, l'J:'il, liy ai.M.13iirt,NtM jafr biAtttt
"You Know It."
Cincinnati was the fi 1 city
turn In full census rctm i a'
Wanhlngton office. The "lrp .,i"
lleds havo no monopolj o nirpr
and pep In that town, u itb'
That's Wnrrjlng llirllii a l'l
Mr. HovtT does'nt bei in o i
tain whether there Is n r !a
party In existence that coj.d I'
made over to suit hm To!'1'
across tho way
tho world war
Music Is Eessential
In Recital at
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