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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1020
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iijiil tin, bee, mm, Ih.if Qod m ill bin only hegnt
irn Hon Inlu lhi world) Him WB might Hvn
thmuifh linn, I John 4 1.
Thy Of VB IhnriiH. ihv shameful cross.
Prravra un hravaaly arawrai
i hi r hiKiii'ot KHiM anting! from thy inse,
i Mir KmUoi from thy Bjounda
llelnvcd. If find on lOVed ML Wi OUghl "I""
In love nllf another I .Inhll I II
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I M AI'KINHON,
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ll I NBWBtrOCK
I lly Auditor
M US. I li M SHAMAN
In 'usurer School llnunl
l hank NDWKIRK.
Maine decided In bp niirlliill inn I elect Wood
Something iwnu In tell us thai JuatlOV waa
on a hot trull when ehe arsbbed Tom Unmiii
in Itnstnn the nihil day.
0MgrtH hiw asked ltii iircNlrtonl In iidvliin It
Juki whi-rn thu Aninrlran Inmiv nrr nlrrmn ami
Th "I'ul" vdltOf o.iyo thr OVVrN0rihJp dMPfl'l
mill him nor hi- thr OVniOMh(ti U 'Ml h ni.iknoi
It pnauilll( fur Mi In auriT with our rnln ini'il cnn.
lompnriiry fnr Onl i
Mr MumiihrryK of M lnnlaulii wnnlx the pn'
lilrnt tn MMtninoi thl III l HOI h RMraldWt.
Had Mr Kumphrn bam .1 diploma! in- would
llllTCly hair llrki il 1 In. , r-i-1 . 1 . n 1 In i.h.. whi lh r
or not ba wan unlng in ba a OAOdldAta.
The uwon for prffiiilrnt ottlb In MadlM Ottl a
rlrrular Inter btgtlW Oklahoma idllura In tuki
1 ho "urn prenlilcnll.il doom eerlourily. We have
We have avan 11 pur ahrnaal rapport Kol a
word of Hkepililani hua heen allowed to ireep
Into print Bill W M(UM to K fiulhri In
other WOrdOi don't mind klddln' the puMlf
bin we reftiae In kid odnWlVM When the preni
dent aelectnra In Kin itnlng In a elate whOaa pollt
leal declHlone are ul win h known In ndvanee then
we ll lake the Owen pnu.ldeiUI.il hnnin aerloua
ly. The demm ratle n.itlnnal eonvrnllim will not
liniulie whether or not ihe candidal e.in carry
oklnhomn. hill wheiher nr nnl he ean earry II II
nnm. or Indiana, or Ohio, m New Vork.
WHAT THK M N 1TK tUUIilOTKD.
ThliNP Kelltlemen Willi ale keen In trade the
brilliant hurd flim of th rapublll f.u Hie milk
while banner nr paelfie InlariUltlOMUIam eon
tinue to harp mi tha rWpoimlblllty nf the aen
ale for Ihe rejeition ,,f in,, ptkoa lieaiy, eliher
Ihrnuah i i.ikb iiiiiora nee of what tha) are talk
in limit . or ba UM Ol a daUbaMta deierml
"t luii 1.1 mixleail Hie publto.
11 aa not Ihe paaai Irealy t h Benale re
leele.l. I, III Ihe eotenalll of Ihe Icaiiue of lia
UOM That In no rlearlj and iniUlilily wrlllen
In the re. ord thai it in iuiluiiik men nhould
quratlon II. And ihe renponnlliiliiy f,,r what
hN u.i urreil in an 1 .earl) ami .n . uralely per
Had Ihe ptoea irealy baen PUI baton 'he neii
ale on He morHl 11 Would li ne lii eii fcOMptod
ami riitilh aimn ordorad wilhin a fmlniMht
There inlKlu bava 1 1 Irifliiia aineml
nieiitn. hut the dOOUmtal WOUld have been rati
fied and a paOCI ItOlIM eslablinhed throuihoul
the worlil lung aio
Thai tha traat) waa lnaaprabl) woven into
the league OOVanaMI i due lo the UlaaUonOI nf
one man HnglaMtd wanted the two doeutuenin
Op nan . ... .11, 1 I rame, no did lialy and ao did
Japan. Kuoh an at i annenieni had m fa, i i.een
eolll Hided Ihe lie, I, wan ready f. .1, lllll msl. ,,,
10 the Cerinan dalOpjatM and the leanue eov
enanl left fur further and future WMldOHUioa.
when Wondrow Ullaon reiurind to I'rame l.uu
print atier a hurrlad trip in b.a home horof
The other menilien ,.f ihe Amei nan deleKatlon
had concurred In Hun an aBJJI ineiu
Mr. Wllaun, however, had oftOltalValy threat
ened the American people la we.ie ih. iwn
documcnta 1 010 UtOI (0 cloely that no man could
untangle them. He aet aboul making ihla thrwi
a reality. And by duree and COjoUOfl he did
force the other natlona to rtfJtdl from ihelr pn
anion, reopened ihe BgOt4ftU0M pralojfd the
ptce yuUis mil iuto Hit auuimti. atafaadarta
lha OppOaftlOII If not Ihe haired of llai) mei
i-uime. rabordlootod hlwiaoll Rvmltlotlftajiji to
lb! llltle yellow oo n of Japan, and al iant nub
in ll ' .1 In i lo- A loer n an eeuale n dm HRlOftl who h
I'i'n conaldaratlon nf ratio nahty prtaantod m
All HiN la wrlllan in tha rocord and ll mtpond
sjuaotlon it in rarprtaioi iharafofOi to hrai
otharwUra able men apooi ,,f llw rraponaiblliip
fur the delay in PMOa rinlirig wi'b the lOhOta
The raapofiaibiiKy r.ni with Wood row WMran
Hln parly 1 1 J v mildly iIiiiik lhl i eap.iiinlblllly
ll may properly be OOflaldlrod an niieeanry after
Hie fail, nlri.e ll flan dune hll blddllia rnnie 01
OM doellely dlirlfiaj the gonola debatea, bill the
renpofm.bllily for lin king an Indefrnnlble and Irn
pi.nnibte ridaf onto ihi pion irraiy reau nh
mi oihrr man In the wnrld tnit Wmidinw Wil
Onoa again lei 11 be repealed, i wan nut the
praOl tria'y the aen.'lte reei led, hut the love
null of the league of MtlOM,
a iii in ntHU IrAHon (M n i
'ihe prodwMng run in of tha t'nited Btataa are
blinking al Hie rate of ft flnfl a wei'k, MOOPdlng
lo Hlallellea offered HN nijthenlle by Ihe f nilgia
Hun bureau Mint e LhOM are forOlfllOfl retiirrung
In the land friiln win ner Ihr y came l hi- IhOofhl
lenn m. IV na v Ljlf exuilile In b'liefeal In the
I nlttd Slaten Thai would be a mere MiPaffllMU
view tn Ink- nr what may wOll r-venluale Into a
near vital mailer
In Ihe tiret pi. ii e. II In ellfe In unmirne that Hie
fuielgur.rn Who are nnl nf Hint breed that I at
beet inimical In America in the i.tnlrary Ihey
ate the iiiituniti.il. Iluiriy wurkern wbu have
am.iev.ed what In llielr native larcln can I m
nidereil a r-orn pe t epce, and they ate returning tn
Invent i In ii life of relaxallun and comfort
The fact thai la munllng In thai at a turn win n
prodlotton la far below riaulremenla Ihe ratika
of the pruduerra arc ihiliiklug al 'be late nf
n.'MIO a week, who h ptUltlpUld by II nliowi an
annual ehrlnkage nf 31'.', 000 Here In danger in
deed. The flirurea certainly afford no Mitlafric
ilon tn Ihnae who are lunging fnr a rclurn nf the
flaya whtn lobor and living OOltl were low.
St ii ' I ' 1 1 1 a or the matter annlgn IhfM nmjnr
cauaeH for Ihe eiudue fiom our ahorea; l-lml,
the neutral denlre In relurn hulne and re entah
hnh the Ilea of klnahlp wllh auch relative aa
may ntlll he living, aOOOfld. thai Ihe aavluim ac
, umulalad In America, averaging f .1,000 per
emigrant, when meanured In the lira, Hie r Ible
ur- the murk, will enable the owner In enlab
'leh hlmnelf In cumfurl In bin native land, and
The foralgn element of Amerliau cl'irmhlp.
,,r lDdUall7, eoMldari beer and wine ,,ii! aa
aatantlll aa bread and meat. The foreigner Ii
altOglthar linobla to get the prnblbltion vlew
polnti either in,, rally nr legally. Mo cannnl
comprehend any Immorality In taking a drink,
nnr nf liberty and Independence In being den'eil
by go va rumen! the right to take a drink.
OCtolOgtatg prOdlOl that nut only will the eml
gratlon Increaae, aa a reault ,,r d laaoUgtaoUOD
with prohibitum, but that ImmlggtlOn will fall
off Increnalngly. reganllt na of the attractlona nr
fered In Inercaaed wagen and ahurter hmirn
He Ihe iiuine whal It may. a problem In pre
eenlcil thai rnliet be met n. manner. Wllh
an g ragdy exlellng Hhorlage in all bran, -lien nr
labor It In evident that Hue Hhtlnk.ige If long
continued will become a pntilllvc meniice to the
Mdugtrlol and oommarolgl Ufa of lha nation
Home pretend lo believe that thOOa who are
now Betting riiII fur their nallye landn, their
headn full of plana win be preaentty returning
, I, aet, -tie. I III apli ll.
DiaOPPOlAtmanl may awall Hu m Hut Ihey
will find wnrk nvcr there fnr every man and
woman necking it, and fur yearn In enme. Kurope
miiHl be ribUlll Who better than her own la
fitted for Hie Iraki If rlgoroM and offenelve
lawn realrletlng pcrBoruil llberiy inaken America
lene attractive than of ure. whn ihoUld prnper-
ly euffer but Am ar log 7
Scnatnr Thnman, OoloradO, la Bine that con
grean cannoi end the war Without the approval
of the prenldent If thin In true then we are In
for a long, lung war
The euffrgg'ttag hgva given Dalgwgra Bp aa
u email hut decidi dlv bad cane ami are moving
mi Conaratlovi Now wa'll aaa what wa'll tag
Need a pollOOJJUQ behave'.''' unka the t'hl
cago Tribune. Well, they dn Homeilnien
lie gui ii back without the grogging ot a "t"
ur the dnttlng of an "I."
togth DgkOtg republic, mn rOfUgOd to lake
Bonotor Polndaxtar aarloualy,
Oklahoma (hit burnt h
By OTIH MJkl'lH
Dm nf thi. olgglf)ad gliln NOntl to think
Payable pnwir in "nine nort nf a lathartl -.
With Hi', fu i.en go, ng upwaid. thin Mlygm
hardly ggpoetl ami Bagtlf bOWIVOtg thin year
I lelping With the I lay
ninci i hi i n
n un fgrmara ga rdeneri and finn
ing very much mure like an uptt
I'ATH ICK III KJD.
Oapyrlgbl llto h Blear ahMM
HOB ' Hi,. Ilttla i hap lo knnw
JtlBl the proper roada to go.
If you never travel with him
While hen Utile, hand In hand''
HOW'a he ever going tn learn
Junt what OOrnifl not to turn
If you nev er try tu tell him
S.i lb. ii he ean uiulei-Htaiid "
think you will train him rightly,
will wgtob him dolly, nightly,
will take the lime In hllvv him
tint Ihe thlngH be ouiHil tn do"
n.nne nlranger or a lietgtrTiol
lipun hlimelf ihe labor
Which in Lord gbovg Intended
An a duly. Junt fur you
In 11 nafe In IrUgJ Dlli'llll'l'
liven though in- be wuir brothe'i
Tu the molding of hln futUri '
Con you wotch iiim eome gnd go.
Con yog gn on mono) making
Without thought ui in. uble taking
Tn dlooovor ir he's learning
.i ue i ihe ihlnga you'd have blm know''
Tlleien no rortlllic wnlth hie aplendor
Or hie youthful day and tender.
There', no goal no bright wiih glory
Which m worth bin bopplneao;
He n vour hope or Joy tomorrow,
An you'll find out to your noirow
If vuu Id him wander from yra
While uu ni ek our own raogggg
l.ei ihe fame and mnncy go.
Teach him what be nught lo knnw.
on will f lii1 a greater glory
Than the eelflnh nceker can;
ghgog hln mind and eOUl to beaui),
find han given you thin duly
And your age nil. ill glow with glgdnagt
Wh.-n vnur boy bgcomeo g man.
' ' mgfl are
It a ngeygpgpOf in an Ibdgl the town, we
are bin Imnay after looking over 'lie Nwa.
'hu Ada m v., me pBWtphlM of a burg
A vermiHle repnrlr r eaya. ' I' K Magee haa
, gnrie' ir, ,m Arigelia. i'ul. 'whern he guru' lo
loin bin family Kg will ! gone' a fortnight"
A grind many amluiimin Oklahoma, Bit tag aa
Hoy watch ihe daily naneua roorirta know boo
Banatgf rfiwbirry fill whlli ihe jury woa nut.
A KanaiH MHOF muken the bOPOful lUggal"
Hun that If the price nf paper gontlnUM tg tun
lentrai Buropaon H. np ought in be worth aomi
Tammiiny hall In Inning IntOMgl In the na
tlnruil port of making preeldente. I' bin been
decided to eend five women dglaggtBg to the
Argentina. Chill and I'iraguay an- cnuntrlee
after PrggMghl WllgOB'l nwn heart. They hi.
J, niied Hie league of natlona without even men
The Young la mo. rati, league nf Tuiea gut
tire,) nf waiting fnr report by the Independent
Inveatlgatlng Dommltttg and hag tndorggd the
pruonl admin lot rgUon look, ito h ami bar'L
May we nut he pardoned fur the nunplclon
thai OOVgffgnVf Itrough nf Arkann.ui OMtggBplatgg
running for orflre n Oklahoma f He In making
nlingeiher ton many vinlia and IpOOOhOg In tlu.n
elate fur a mere friendly nelgliliur
Baf tie It from un in open old enrea, nr hurt
the feeling nf ihe gun company, but elnce the
gee company admitted at the hearing that cun
tomera did not get the amount of gaa reginterej
by the meter, we fllinuld Junt like to Hilggi-nt
Hiat Lhg ga curnpany might have nvod'- u lot
of crlticiam and Igtlgflad many of it cuntiunem.
If It had come right out and Bald: "Of couree
you did not get ihe gaa your meter nlinw, but
we are going to do the fair thing by giving vu
prnper credit un your ga hilln " Inntead, the
cnnipuny followed Hhyinck of old ami demanded
every penny, rgfgltmj to make any rebate un
leen ordered to do eo tiy the corporutiun enm-mlnnlon.
Qtiarometer of Public Opinion
t IHMM llrAHllflt Ml'JtHlirO.
l.ltyJ ' if!frK" to hrud a nw "ilrmnrnit ir"
party No ftM.M t h lint iMh prrmlor k itowinn;
(hut If SO U not tf hi i dcn.orrat.tr year In
Ihn I'nttrd Sttrn wiHhH to inrnprnNnln for
thai f;i t Ii y ,i ilfnincriiMr" u'ivh in llni;ntu.
lloMt rui TranHt rtpt.
l'r'lo Sam, Iiyni-hiT.
Knojvlll. Tffin,, hun noon kotup utranffr HiRhts
In lU hlntorlc llf, but nrvr any to fqiial that
"fa fall day tn 1 31 H wht'n a cn. ,mny r cavalr v .
lome twonrnro lifpulli'i. tin- LTnltCd Statrs n, u
thai and the t.lntrUt atlonify, with drawn rr
volvorn, rnidrd thi OtflOM ot W. .1. Oliver, tut
th lcphonn wlrcM and put him Inoonmunl
rado, ransack ! hi papfrw, Ht7.od his ho cur l -tl'H
and hurrird him off lo Jail
Mr olivwr wan a idttxcn of thi highfit wtanil
tng. Ha waft not a !W'" iir. or rvrn a onr-jrun
man. Mr had nevt-r indulfrd hi murder aa a
flno art Ih' wan not surrounded by dtlport
dog. A Hinffl tlfputy could hav arintHtl him
and all hla MMelittM Indfod, It ) known that
th l'nltd Statri tn.irHhal nupTKcnted that a
mir tclrphnii tik'hs.ik to Mr nlivrr'n office,
HtatlnK what nirn wfro wanted, would have
brought thctu all Into olWtOdy nt ra lht wtt h.
Hut an authority hipfhr than the marshal deter
mined othrrwiHft. At Koveriirnent expense trOOpf
were lumui id from OhAttAnoon It WM de
( lai e. Hi at thf a r rent a ItlUtlt ho made in a
Mperturular way. Th purpoM wan to dlarrodit
Mr. uliver. Innocent or Ruilty, and though no
bra tiandn w re taken along- to celehrate the
great military triumph Involved in the arront of
an unarmed peaieful citizen, the telegraph In
Htrumenta and the muatr of Ihe typeaettlng tiki
chinea were employod to apread throuKhout the
length and breadth of the lond the infamy of
Ho wua diacretllted. ("orreapontlenta lb-cm
tn refuse him orodtt Men naturally MtlUincd
that he muni he guilty In view Of Ih eiraordi
nary tnilltnrv opera UOM undertaken agaltit
him. Mia financeti heeame Involved and hi"
health Itavc W"ay He rented In the ahadows
while the go ernnient leisurely prepared Its
cane for rourt.
Anil then wan wltneased something almost M
extratrdlnary as the arrest Itself, fnr after the
government had presented all of its so-called
tOOttniOII the court dismissed the cne aa frivo
lous ami unworthy of consideration. Out of ho
mouths of the. government witnesses thorn
itelves, It was proved that Mr. (.liver had heen
gulltv Of none of the things with which he
waa charged; Instejitt of hemg an rnemv and a
traitor he was a patriot performing notable ht
vice for his country, that a conspiracy had been
organi.ed against him, and that the vast powers
f the government of the I'nlted States had been
prost it uteit to defame and overwhelm him
Strange are the coincidents of fate. While
the military forces of the l.nited States were
oprrnt'ng against Mr. Oliver In his home town
on a Irtua I charge of trcaaon. hln only Hon
happened to be fixing over Met and dropping
American hoinhn on that Hun stronghold.
ltefore tliia the government has hern charged
with trying ltn legal niifs m the newspapers lie
fore thla It has held Innocent men up to Infamy
by detailing at length In the pfOM charges
R (ft I Ml them, whether Justified by evidence or
not. Km never in the whole range of Ameri
can legal history, we are sure, has another uch
ni outrage been committed by government of
finals as wiifl committed against Mr. Oliver.
What the government did was to attempt to
I) n h him
He was hai('d with making defective shells
Hut at the moment of the arrest there was in
pOOMWlon Ih secretary (if war in Washing
ion an official report showing that Hie whole
hejy munitions program of tha gnxernment
w as in a state of collapse, that lying public
statements were being made, th.it loaded shell
weie being reported as delivered when in fact
they were at the assembling plants and would
not fit together, and 'hat the army in l-'rance
was I c inn rlOUUli handicapped aa a result If
fgHhire to dollvoj shells or error la making parts
f -hells was treason, then the hand of the gov
eminent ought al t hat mot i tent to have hem
lying heavy on certain responsible of fit era in
ashlnttton who, either through incompetent
or for other letaonM. had made it Imposaible for
Heueral I'ershmg to use American heavy muni
MOM at all, and had almost deprived him en
tirely of the benefit of the huperh work dona
b the chemuul section of the army. Mr Oil
ver'at plant loid turned out actual sheila that
could be used, and was turning them out every
las Was that hut crime?
Since t he government ne er apologum and
seldom make restitution it behooves good cit
Lttni who know of the affair to express to Mr.
Oliver their shame ami Indignation and to GOfl
gratulaie him on his successful exposure of the
conspiracy, it bohtoovoa also the papers vrhloh
publlahod the chargts agatnat him to publish
likewise the present facts, elsewhere accurately
raoounttd In ibis issue
The touna at tt havo uot beeu unionUed
iuiuXi.cturtr'i i, i.
hy Jaoie Pihelps
The Young Ladu
Acrnns tlie Way
The Park Atg. New.
Wiattier Thnwt of Hpriug.
rtpnartn. Sam t'rosa epent all
i.iei Hatlddai afttrnoon trying to
teetch hia id ah and polio buoy ter-
lie Sam. .Ir in ciy Terile wunt
Cracker in ane, bVt Hum nit y h thai
ft -.1 Iii i aline il aOflt tu.Wk Hint dolii
lay It cant
Rkool NotM t:l Wcrnick dkn.-i
ir hu tigtghi r dnnt gtop loading Hint
into ttmptation I t making htm t
In buck ut k'T.i wllh pi1; tulle gnd
Hun making him etay nftrr ekr.ni
for pulling Hu n he g koniK to com
plant to ihe principle.
fotna by Rklnny Martin
Mgrray fur tho Sun
li nre the rain tptBghlng the window
ii Ixent it prltty and ewect?
,Mabe it i ir ynyre un yoari oil
And Hunt wunt tn play In the n'rert.
Slneh-l) Mr thiirlea ilhjdni
gltnklna wan Vlalted by hu. kid cua
lu linker bint iind'-y Mr. 81m
klnn taking uly.mtuKo of tha Oppei -tuonlty
by pulling him on lop of Hie
Piano and ginng him a hottta of
wifl lltle to play wllh. Ihlnkliw
maybe he ndte npill It Into tha In
Idea nf the piano no Mr. PlmBlni
wnuldoni huff in praohttog any moi,
till the man came tn Its it, huk '
eer illdent do enythnig hut try !
drink r and the ulcer talli !
Intrlattnn Cacka About Intnatln
1 i enle Artie Aiixander can punt
nt.n luititcbuu- b;iK a hour ami a ha
in Buoconatnn wlthoul getttnaj tlrad,
hut ggOiy I line bin miilher maken
him dry the dlahBB for 0 mlnnlm
he ireLn o tired he BMI hardly
itand up it rata.
Tlie next morning 1 adhered to my ;
resolve not to speak , I w as wild to
know whom Tom had taken to the
theater, and I knew by his actions
I that he realized 1 knew he had been
drinking Hut if I was ever to have
my way I must not give tn now.
Neither of us apok through
breakfast. Tom had aald something
to me before we went down, but I
had not answered. I saw his face go
white with anger, hut he didn't ad
dress me again, though he talked 'o
Hie children and Norah as usual.
"! shall be late, tonight, N'orah."
he said as he left. "Seven or a 'ixur
Ho iilil not look In my direction as
he spoke. He hadn't eaten any
breakfast, but had drunk three rups
of coffee. He usually took hut one j
After he left I railed lleKn and
asked her whal ttmo she would be I
"I mUat (?ef busy on tin curtains'
or It will be Christmas before the;
house is in shape." I told her
"How's Torn this morning Htill
grouchy 7" She aisked after she had.
told me she would he right down.
"Yes. hut not ns grouchy as I a:n."
MDon't he foolish. Rue."
"I'm not foolish, hut- ' Juat
then tlie baby cried and I had to
leave the telephone hefore I rould
give further vent to my feelings.
Helen came down hefore 1 u
00 look so we got an early start
When we reached the store wher-'
she aaid slid' was ure I OOuM find
what I wanted, she told me:
"Make the excuse that while you
will need many yards of materia',
you cannot say just how many, so
want the piece reserved until ou are
posit Ive "
It flashed over me that Helen
probably received a commission from
this store but I made no remark. I
didn't care how much she nade out
of it, If toily I COUld ?et the apart
men fixrd up before Sep'ember
Th salesman was verv courteous,
and readily agreed to Helen's plan.
I bought five yards of swlss. and he
laal aWOS a piece of oroton ne ail
1 a is still busily sewlnff. The .bitted
sw iat lying around the machine. He
wan earlier than uaual, In spite of
what he had said about expecting: to
be late, so had caught me.
"Making curtuins?" he itsked. hut
1 maintained perfect silence. "I
asked you a question, Sue," Uv, aald
after waiting a minute
Still I was ailent.
It may aeein that I was childish,
that J being at fault, and knowing;
it had no right to so bitterly resent
Tom h action. Hut I imagine most
proud young wives would do the
some, fool exactly a I did. I-Vr In
spite of all to the contrary human
nature Ih pretty much alike the
World over And if was littln and
petty, other women would have been
little and petty too -though perhaps
not In the same way.
n t nliappy l-venlng
the remainder of the swiss for me
left a depoali of -mmo of the
house money, to Insure the reserving
of tha gods
When Tom cttne home that night
MtK MART IS
to read I kept rlnht on MWlng until
Ntirah called u tn dinner. I won
dered where Tom thought I Rot my
material then - rin he didn't ak.
cnncluded he mippuHcd I still had the
money .Mm Turner had paid me fnr
tha thlnga in the old apartment and
BBd need that. What In the wnrld
Would I ie nay if he knew I had turned
that over lo llelolsc'.'
Again we nte In silence I had
mud I would nhow Tom, and 1 meant
It. Tom tried to talk once or twice
then he too rel.ipncd into nngry bl
lence After dinner he took hi hat and
went nut without rtaving u word
Well, let him go. I thought. I had
mada up my mind to punleh him.
and if I had to be pumnhed at the
eartie time bBPBUBI he was angry ut
my attitude, why I'd stand it fur the
nake nf bringing him to terms.
I sewed all Hie evening He came
In about ID o'clock, unit I sunn put
up my wnrk and went to bed, leaving
him reading in the living room. In
the morning it waa the name, and
no for several days l-inally lie too
Btoppod making an attempt tu talk,
and Norah went around with u pug
zled expreswlon on her face which
annoyed me terribly It was my
bUBlniM If I ehoee to punieh Tom.
Helen had run down to nee how
things were gning and had warned
me that I wan carrying It too far.
"Tom ia too clever, too nod 'nuk
ing. Some woman will catch him If
yoji don't look out."
"I'm. Ilm not afraid." I boae'ed
"He never Inoke at another Woman''
"There In alwavn a flrnt time And
Turn in attractive." nhe ,-uutlnned.
Hut I only laughed, confident in my
youth and in Tom' love
Tomorrow- RoVhrod Jealousy.
Sufficient puuinnium salt have
been dlflOOVarog In deep wilt well
in China tn pi utilise a new aource
'Tin, ntarn in, linn, but do not BaglPOh
Saturday, March IT, 10.
Kindly star rule this day, nconrrl
frig to runrolngy. t'mnus, Saturn.
Mars and Jupiter are all In beneflc
Bgpgot, The Sun is adverse.
During this sway Hie mind ahouM
he alert and f.Lr-Kceing, IntllatrV
Bhould be encouraged hy the plane
tary government which in ncld
be stimulating and even exhilarating.
There is a Blgn that promlf
breaking of many of tlie clouds
obscure public vision and a gen
awakening to the pOBBlblUty
franue Is read nil rreeuirfng the
unroverlng of many of the seirisri
policies maintained by big lntereata
and the eHtahllahrnent of better con
ditions fnr the people.
Whlln the stars seem to promise
greater production of the nceessa
rles of life prices will not bn appre
ciably lowered during tho summer
Sonie sensational Incident con
nected with the high cost of living
is forecast and thin nay bo a Hoi
nr even a fire.
Scandals relating to political can
didates will be many, and again tho
seers warn against the danger of re
peating gossip or evil report. Since
woman have the vote especial de
corum Is enjoined, for the suini are
Korost fires nre to be expretcd.
especially In the autumn. Ijoosea of
valuable tiniber are indicated.
The partial eMipbe of the Sun fore
cast for May IS Is Interpreted aa
presaging pestilence and famine, ca
pe, -lal ly In Persia arid Asia Minor.
,The eclipse, also, bodes ill for Ire
land, which secnis to have little
chance of better conditions durinn
the coming summer.
A conjunction of the planets Jupi
ter and Neptune next month is read
as Indicating trouble in hospitals and
other Institutions. Iick or funds
will be one of the problems.
I'ersons whose birthdatc it la have
I tho augury of a happy, succcasful
year Business will Increase.
Children horn on this day are
t likely to be ambitious and persover-
Ing. girls have the promise of for
U OWTatil. I n-n. by Urn M,"inj Neaa r Srorr.niU 1
Heels made chiefly nf colled
springs covered with flexible le.-ith
1 are n kiins.is 1 1, vent i.r'n fiintuiA
The young lady across the ai
Mtyi she'n getting tn he quite a book
lie, tor, and hopes sometime to get
Spanish merchant steamers are
ginning to hi' equipped with r;
telephones and if experiments under
way are successful, a station will be
established at a port in that couti-
hold of a few original nondescripts. I try to communicate with them
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Ilonnle Lata Bbfl Smileth ....Lyrte Quartet
An opener lo remove paper cape
from milk bottles which also serves
I as a handle to carry a BOttlB has
i been invented.
The swiss government baa decreed
Ihe adnpliun of lhour lime for
rallroadl and insiituiiuns under fwl-
a rofraahmrai tray to ba o lam pad
to the side of an ailtOmOhllB haa
been patented by a Nebraska, Inventor
our "league o- woman Votora"
met t'day an' deluded r BOBttOT out
Instead u' nw.irinin Wouldn't it be
fine If our after dmnei spcukere
wuu.d sui ii Willi UtUlCSj
One of the best grade's of Italian
cheese In Bold Only after it has been
BBgaoaad fnr ut least four years
A brooder to keep young pigs
warm, healed by an ordinary hand
lantern, Is u Wisconsin farmer s In-
An attachment for alarm clocks
in awggaa deaf persons by Jurring
then- he.lH I,.., lieen inv.nl.l ,
I i-ui CilB,
SwkI in Trne l.ove
Lit Mriue Threv Step
The Oioaa Trot
Deltrloui Kur imp step..
A Claaaleal Spamn Hagtlme On S'-p
Old lan I'tieker
Taa walta 'ockd
1. title irr"nnt Aunle
ptn' Thin! at Night
Hattle llrmn of the Kiiubllr ,
That TumhlePown Khtek in Athlnne...
ri:i liii'-nj ..ia, rtnl Mio Trmpn.
M 1 a; 1 1 o n l'olorii'He
MiHllB Ib Shall Keed HU Klork
Bonnie Swci'i trae , ,
The Ron That llearhe. Uy Heart.."...
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. Victor Military Band
. Virtor MtUUry Itand
Virtor Utiltary Baud
. VU-twr Military Hand
. . . Hrlnnld Werrenrath
John Me 'urtuack
Twelve jBest Sellers
Sweet an-1 Iw Walta
i krowaf Bain Wiiu ,
Ullaby Lani Waltz
t Wlmt a Pal Waa Marv Willi
KTtryoOa l" Meant for Someone
You're a Million Mllen Krom Nowhere When
You re one I.lltle Mllr Kroni Home -Walta
Com on at 1,-1 play Wta Me One Klep
Junt Like th- Hone Km Trot .. .
Swanee One Step
Oriental Stnra Oaa UM. ..,
Swanee I.tillaby. .
M ha u My Baby Smtiea At F'oi TrM.'J"!
t the Pimp Vlrr .
Behind T.uir Hllken Veil
T.-II ale "...
My Isle or ilniden Iireams
Thru Naughty Wslta
Tulip Time iZterneld Pellleal
itaiir i Paaglag shoT
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AL J. C IUPK.