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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1920
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Wi7 Biblical Quotation
Tn;si,v, ai 1 1 1 r in. wan.
Then shall wo Uiiiiw, If we follow mi In know
(lu l.niil lion. IS ,1.
t need the InriiiiTii-.' of lliy grucn
'I'n Hfn i'il mi- (in i ii y wity,
I .nil I should lolUit' In my race,
Or turn my fort nvny.
. N'n inn M having pill hl hands to tint plough, mnt
looking bark, la ftl for ihu, kingdom of (lod.
Whether Moxlcn Im rovolutln' again ir yul In
a mem mullnr of iiiliilon.
"Whrro illil yon gel 117" In a question Unit Ih
nut being misworttd these tluyn.
Senator MrCnrmlck charges tlin irrNlilint'n
delay In appointing tlin nillroml lillmr board uh
being responsible for llio rullroail strike. In
which event "nniy wo not" imk tlint ho hurry.
Thai .In Ko 1 1 ii in mi Ih ttt lit In Dim cant unit
has IiIh checkbook wild li I tit Ih u fnlr conclusion
since ho n i ii of tho pnporM In Hint section nro
carrying llitmnn Muff. Ilmnon ami "Dir." nro
telling tlin fnlkH nil about Oklahoma pnlltlcK
mill Incidentally inducing iih ninny iih will tn
fall for tlin lliiuinu-for-vlco-prcnldcnt ntnff. All
of tlin "lltnrntiiin" Juke Ih IihiiIIiik curries ref
erence to tliu "report that llatiion Ih treuien
dnuidy wpallliy," or "Mr. Iliimon Iihh incontly
niaili) J 10,6(10, 1)00 in oil." If tlin rionatn Invi'ittl
Rntlni; roiunilttrn roIh fairly Mtnrtnil Into -ain-pnlKii
nii'tlioilH wo hIiiiII IiihIhI t Ii ii 1 It vlitlt Olda
lionia nnil look Inlo tlin rnront prlninry cam
paign In tliln hIhIi. 'I' I i ii icHiilt wotilil Im ln
tnroNtliic. In tlio iiipiintlmn rntmlillcaiiH who Iii
hIhI on ImliiK r'KiPcliiln will oppniiu tlin lliiinoli
l)lz Kinur III tlio Hindi Jiiht iih lilllrrly iih TulxaliH
niomt tlio AlllHon-ICIiilioy nmiB In Tnlnn mill
for prni'lfoly Ills hiiiiic rraiioti.
Ki:.MAI,I AND TULSA,
Kcnitntl I'olli'KO vrty nncxpcrtt'illy Iohcb nn
olhi'r prcHlilont. Thn roHiilt Ih tn InrKoly iimlo
llm work of thij IiihI two ynarn. IMiiaitlonnl In
fitlttitloiiH ito not tliiUi' on rniiHtniitly oIhuikIiib
HilnilnlHtriitlonK. Htalilllty In pnrHonnol In n riin
illtlon prnccilnnl to that larnn micci'hh ho much
to lin ili'Hlrnl. Komlall Iiiih linil tunny (,'nml tiinn
nt ItH lii'iiil. Karh tiinn tlin thotiKht Iiiih horn
i hut now al hint tlio (llffli'tiltlcH of tlio potion!
worn nvor uml hiu'cohh curtnlu. TIumi fnlloWeil,
when tiMinl nxpoitt'il, Hid I (HlKliiitlon.
What Ih tlin troiililo? 'rttlm In tlio Una In
Hlnnco I'ontrllintril llhvriilly to Ht'imru thin Insti
tution. Tnlwi Iiiih nuiipnrtoil It with rniiHoniililn
llliornllty nl nil tlini'H, It Ih lorutoil htpully, uiljti
icnt to it tromcmloiiH liopiiliitlou unit uffoiiln, In
thn way of ciliicutlonnl hiiIiJi'i'Ih, an hlciit couiHit,
'J'hn Inntltnlloii hIioiiIiI Iih on thn lilKhwny of nil
iUiillfl('(l Hilrui'MH, i ci III onilowinnnt, tlio olijnct
of mi IntoiiHo coinintinlly prlilu, Why tines It Iuk?
Thn iincbtlon InvltoH tlin rnmfiil rotnililnrntlon
of nvoryonn. Knr TiiIhu Ih rutltlcit to anil ki tally
dt'hlriH nit rilui utlnnal liiHtltiillon of tint niiicnl
luiln thn illict'loi-M of K'i'iiilall iiKilrn to I'rontc.
It Ih our JinlKiiivnt that xitrh nn liiHtltutlon
hhnnlil Im inniln u Tulmi liiHtltiillim riithnr than u
ilrniiiiiliiatliiiiiil liiklliutlou, uml Thn Worlrl,
uftnr rn H' fill loiiHlilniiitloii, BUKKfKtH to thn trtiH
Ici'H anil nil I'Oiu'nruml that Homo IhoiiKlit lio ill
rrctcil In thin tllini'tlnu.
Thcrn urn ninny tunti horn of Ktnut wvnltli will
ItiK to HilliKi'iilxi liciivlly tnwaril Jtmt Hiirh nn lii
Htltutlon im ICnmlall, ynt rnxtralnnil Iuhhuhq of
ilniioitilnnllonal nntliiHint. Olhur iltinoiiilua-
llllllUl lllHtltUtlOUH IIIO Dl'OMllK' tO HUL'UI'O u fuot-
hold In TiiIhu, Ih Ihnfn any wnrrant for lmllnv
ItiK Hint they would or roiild lu uiorn HiiriviwCul
than Knnihill7 Im It Rood IiiihIiiwh or Mound
lomtnou m'liM) to dlvldn Mii-imtli In u nuiltcr of
I.nt Uh Hltppiwn, for InHtuiirn, that Kendall
Mliould hn diH'larcd tiondonoiiiliiatlouul yet fully
t'tiilhUiin In Itw mlinliilMrntlnn. Ah ii htrlclly
TiiIhu liiHtlttitlon rould It not rupltallzo thn Hil.ii
dld TiiImi Hplrll, full to lln Hltppoit men of all do
nouilimtloiiH, uml fully orrupy tin flnldi wlnntnu
to Uh ilaHHrnonm thn liundindH of youiiB mnn
Htnl yotniK women who now uiinilally ko nlo
wlinri'7 Thin, iinqiii'Hllunulily, Ih to Im tlnslrcil, Wo
mo not vnrvi'd in the luti kni'lix of dauomlnalluii
iiIIniii; wn Hi'o only Itx llmttutlntiH, Hut it iIoch
hooiii that lCunilall iih u ("lulHtlan collrKO ynt non
ilnnomluatliiiial, hIioiiIiI In' iiIiIh to roinmand thu
prldn of TiiIhu and the Hiipport of nil dnnomlna
tiotiH nn BioiinilH of crntiouiy iilono. Wn coufi'Ha
u belief that iih nir'Ii nn tnxtltiitloti lis Inail on
ilowmuntu would vnKlly liirrnnHn, nnd that iindor
euvh a rch'lino nnil with hiii-Ii ii motlvn it would
ho poshllilu for the truntccH to ki'i tirn an oxpcuIIvo
wlio would gladly ni'iept thn upporttinlty an a
Thu World only iihUh thut itn miRKcatlon ho
nonHldorcd in tlio tunno liroad and loyal spirit
that it la madu. All of TiiIfu behind tlio college
ti much bettor than morcly a pnrt of Tulsa.
Mil I osiiii u WD nil, i i ut i:
Mr Itavinoiid ll I 'hh.II, k . tin- nnilir relnrv
l.'t iii'i nl i'f Mir Iihkih I'f lintloliH lull fur the w t
ft Hi,' hi l.alo hi i Hill In thin iiiillitli 1 1 mil
llmopc Hnturiluy nnil InmieillHlrly khvo .ml nn
Inter I' vt In uhleh ho f iHMihoyHfttly Ini'iiiuMnil
IiIh fellow illln im nn hyiioiTttea mid hln guvorn-
lllt'tlt MM II "llllltll'l" llHIIMft Hlh"Ml to th
i ovenmit hhh ri'finnMl.
Thu H'M t In inn ti Ih, of iciumo, i.ntltloil In form
mid rpriM an iiplntnn. It may ho. ton, that
I'm In HHfo la roiiHtilKrHil n iiilltr hy tha nn
tlotiM ii tiroH l. Mn y he ho (a. Ho that nn It may,
Mr. I'lmillik la lilaineloaii of audi it tunllty. No
aiieh Indlr t noml inn Im hrntiffht nffalnat him.
Il illil not iiili. Hn far wna ho from iiillllnHt
that Ii ipmiiIii'iI tho Hftlon of tha Mllfttl men In
Hie ttiiliRil Htatea wnatn tn pry him Iimm from
Ida Job iih tiuiler nnerelHiy of thn laatim, ami lit
i hum' of thai he now aeroHina llkn an liifiinl nap
Hrulffil finm Ha ImiIIIo. He even tetiiriia to thn
laud of Ida nativity whleh ahould lotnmiinil Ida
loyal auppiitl and admiration, piiitlllna; llkn n
poll in r i ol iMltieiited in n hcIiooI of Intel nation
iillmn. "Our IikiIhIIoii la i-omplHtn and wo fare tlio
rent nf tha world In nlllauon," uriMina Mr. Vmt
ilh k. To Im Mure. Hut when, penult ua to In
iillni. hna Ihla not been trim? (leorKn WimhliiK
Inn and IiIh iiiiillnnntulH iniiKli-heweil thin tui
tion under preclnnly tlio miiiio iiindltlona. In
ISfiO wo Htm toil a. war mnonHT ottrHelveH, fnuulit
llkn hiiuimi thjarH fnt ynnra, nvory hour of which
anw tin iHolatod uml fncliut ii world in alllauen,
mid wn I'liiim tliruuiili II MtrouKur thmi wn went
In and nliiiiml Immedlatnly foired n Kiirnpnnu
nlllanee to withdraw from the hIioicm nf the
Wo l id ii t i'l war on Hpnln mid fou;ht it
throiiith niii'eoHHfully iiKalnnt thn M" 1 1 1 1 rt i 1 1 1 of it
world In li 1 1 In lie n iiKiilurt our pluUH, hut thnrn
worn no weakllim InteiiuitlnualliilH In MUKf'eHt
that wn worn Inenpablo nf illw.'linrHlliK either utir
ohllKatlotiH or tueetlliK our foen without the aid
nf forelKii chaiicellorleH.
Hut "thn prim of our lolatnn will Im iiruia
tuent," contluiien thn itotitlnmmi, "for It luilHt tint
bo fornotteti that the l.'lmntly IiuhIiickm nt Wimli
lni;toti Iiiih left uh without n friend." And tlio
prh'o of JnlnltiK thn iilllanen would mil only Im
nrinauintit hut Inxutloii to it nreater ileKten than
t li Ih free and proud people would memo. It would
hn wur all thn whll". If wn worn In thn loiiKtio
at IIiIh mnmi'tit wn would either hn etiKiiired tn
u ki eater ur Ichh extent in thn twenty-ndd wara
now '(ii;Iiik lit viu Imm Hoctlnnn nf thn wmld, nr
I tm Ki'iitleiuen wlin havn been nilvnentltiR thn
covenant iih n HiipproMmir nf all warn would ho
convicted of InHlncerlty hy their own ncta.
Ah to thn "frlendleHH" piiHltlon nf Unrln Ham,
wo urn Inclined tn iiirreo with thn Runtltunnn
both iih to thn condition and thu ciiuhc. It wan
thn "KhuHtly IiuhIiii'hh at U'linlilnKtim," but not
that for whleh tlio Houato can ho blamed. Thn
bunlni'HH wiih cxecutlvo Intnrforencn mid nils
iiipreKuntnllun; nnd only part nf It wiih con
ducted ut Wimtiliuiton; for thu rent wn must ko
lo thn I'.irlH whltn hound nnd thn VeiHalllcs con
ference, Undo Hum known hat tin enn not. recover IiIh
lost frlomlH hy cnntlnulnf; n policy that broods
their conlempt. Therefore ho him placed hlm
nclf In thn keepliiK' of thn tliun-trled Auierlcati
party. IVIpikIhIiIp fnllnwH reHpect. Thn puiiioho
Ih to force roHpoct. Confldenco mid frlcndnhlp
will follow Hint.
Wo iniiHl nil rrKrrt that Mr. FoMdlck lout bl.t
Job, Hut ho only mntlncH uh with Ma ubnurd
contention Hint hud hn been permitted to keep It
hn could hnvo Hitved tlfo world Uh prcHent
ON Till: TltAlli Ob' CHIXIi.
Tito Joint coiimcssloniil iirlntltiK commllleu
which Iiiih been on thn trull nf Cronl niako'i un
Interietliu,' rcpnrU TIiIh upllftnr and tioulo
patriot who dltected thu publicity durltiK thu
war Ih hIiowii to havn been in fuct what Iiiih
Innu been HUHpecled a tnero tmrtlHitn atlvocnto
of tlio iiilminlHtriitlon In cenernl and IiIh nwn
pet corlerln In particular.
TlioHn who h.tvn been wunderlni; where nil
tlio bniul Ihhuch wero lined can Ret an llliiinl
natlnif Rleiitu from tho commltten'H report.
Creel wiih (IoIiir IiIh bent In Hpetid tho money.
TIioh who remember thn mlanmi nf propaKandn
nnd cnimnmhlp that blighted this country dur
Iuk the war can now Hen whom It all came from
and why. (.'reel wiih imlnB Urn Kan nnd throw
I ll K nut thn HliioUn Hereon.
If anybody wanted to npread IiIciih of any
Burt IIiIh I'reol pcihoii Heemed lo hn wllliiiK
to Hiipply thn fiiiidH from tho taxp.iyer'H pocket
nn nun eondltlon-T-that the Idea bo In linn with
the iiilinlnlHtrutlon. The welfare of tho nation
had niithlUK whatever to (In with it. Ko tin)
various jmhllcatlotiH IioohIIuk the loiiKUn Idea
were vet up it ml hiiudredH of thouaauds nf dpi
larn expuiided to reach mid convert tlin educu
tniH, I hit pulplleerH mi other factloim of the
It Ih now clearly apparent Hint thn war nr
Kitulzatlnn liioluded mi nrtiaulgullnu IiuvIiik nit
thn uuiillfleallonH nei:eH.iry tn corrupt public
opinion tn it vupporl of autooracy, inloi natlonnl
Ihiii or whntnnt. Tho legitimate pronM wnn
blanketed by u centmrnhlit that nnutilud tin)
piintmaatcr general to put that publication nut
nf hUHtticHH that offended, wh'ln on the other
hand Hiene (;ovei uniciit UReiirlei' of publicity
worn busy kupplyhiK tho "dope" calculated to
It hcciiih wn ntnliriired the opportunity to
emulate normally while we were budly on
KiikciI tn whlppiiiK Hnrmmtv; Hint our Kuvcrti
liieul, at Hid Mime moment it whm conditmuluK
Herman practice. Met theni up In Him country
and went them one better.
It would Im n fine thlnK for thn newly elected
olty otflclalH to bear one thlni; nlvvitjH In mind:
TlmlrH Is the rnnpuiiHlhtllty. Tho Kuutlemen
cliimuurliiK to be heard, who proffer nilvloo
freely; who want this and aro iiKtln.t that, urn
welt within their rlKhtn, Hut not nu ounce of
rcHpotiHlhlllty ronlH on any of them. Tho public
will not hold any nf them responsible If their
advice proves wrmiir. Public official hhould be
wllliiiK to IlKten to anyone, discuss HiIiikh fully,
atid then act under tho impremdvo ktiowledRn
that the rcnpontilblUty Ih theirs.
11 OTIB I.OKTOH
I hnw hIw,i)h untie, d nt Hill DlnKloy. tb.it
every lime lime .i (bill the ,m Hiipply nfii
on the blink.
Tho (fin nn Mouth Main hh vh ho mn hn-'dly
Walt until HiHl now ntoiy entitled "Tho Hiiiihln
Hiiieer" ta put ,, nhIo.
Tharo la on thing about theno federal eourl
atlehoa who come to TiiIbm. anniM of them
Nln iihaolutoly Irraalatlblo.
Hpraklnu of "catchy" ada, her'a one in tho
Hunday World- "rJotlau Wanted Holl our
houao and rani from me"
Ifera'a a plny-lt-anfe wthor raporl which
waa published by h Hurulay par: "ItHln prob
nlilo at the beglnnln of tha week nnd uKaln
uftnr that." - -
It looka very much In this colyiitn aa If old
Man Wlntnr was (ryln to matin n white slave
nut of Mlna Mprlna. Tim Mann act has been vio
lated In acvHral places.
Tho oklHhomnn mispecta that Hryan In irylni:
to edaje Henntor Owen fur eliollKll out mi the
limb an that V. .1. II will have plenty of room
to una Ida MAWlnK hand Ht the proper (line
A nw column la being taken In MeAb-'-r In
responati tn romplalnta of Ita eltisonn tlx the
flrat effort nliouoil rare suicide, nun nf iio
thliiMa no Irii'i McAlestnr man will Htand fir
llarlow'a AWokly, after viewing the ma"er
calmly for several days thrnugh Hh port-ropo
coticludoa that there ; no national pnlltb .il sir
tilfleHiien In the reault of the city election In
Thn ('lilcknsha Kxprenn Hjyn one reason why
thn Riiltiu of hnneball between the preiiriiern
and thn tnachera llirtied nut the way ll did wnn
bei'iiiine the prearherH could not handle, the
IllKh-hitlls pnaned out liv lb peilgoKUen
Qjlaromctcr of Public Opinion
Kdltnr World- I'ermll me to congratulate
you upon your timely editorial under the cap
tlott of "Mr. Tuft uh a I'm ty .luilgn " It had the
Having known Senator lllram W .lohnnoti for
many yeaiH an it led blooded American first
last and nil the time. An eight yearn ne; 1
forecast thn defeat of the lepubllc.tn party
1 1 n il nr tho Tuft administration, I now forecast
the election of lllriuii W. Johnson, nn president
nf the good old U. H. A. "an thn champion of
red blooded Americanism.
Hapulpa. April tl. HI.AC'IC HIU.Y Ht MUY
Males' I'ollci' I'nvvcr,
Tn deprive, the Htaten nf tlielr police inm r l.i
lo removn the hint Important remnant of I'ulr
Hfiverelglily. When Mr. Hoot said that If ion
grcH"i and Ihreo-fourlhn of the legislatures can
pnnn such a law In the form of an amendment
they can pann any law. he wnn npenklng ml
vlHodly. Hy the antnn mothnilH, freedom of re
llglon, speech ami prenn, trial by Jury, Hie right
to boar arum, and security against search and
seizure may all be lost through tho actlvltlei, It
may hn, of a minority fanatically or corruptly
led, New York World.
Ilcmlmlcr of Tlllnmn.
Many yearn iiro, when Keiuttnr Tlllnmn
Hcomed to be, in tho inlniln of eastern votern,
something Just short of it wild animal, hn
would comn to New York and deliver n speech
tn a noisy crowd. In those dayn Tlllmnu wan
mlHtakon for n curiosity; the word might havn
been used with moro Justice about his audlnnrea.
There in ii faint flavor of that reminiscence
about thn occiiHlotiH when lllram Johnson
('omen to town When he denounced lltigland
mid Franco for HiPlr present demandn somo
out) Hhoiltud, "Nuver mind attacking France."
It brought tho days nf the Tlllmanciiuo
audiences back again. New York Tlmen.
Ant Ixtvicr T'iiin U'nnlril?
In thn public rcnlly Interested In lower tnxos
and thn development of a morn efficient Htnto
govnrnmont? (lovornor Lowdeti In pr.ilsod for
what has been done under his leadership In Illi
nois, but urn New Yorkers only stupidly discon
tented and without energy to bettor conditions?
Thn answers to these (uentlntiH, so far ns the
legislation Is concerned, will be returned In a
few days. That fate of constitutional amend
ments for thn simplification of tho stain govnin
nient Ih ubotit to bo decided. If these amend
ments go through this year, they can bo panned
n second time, next year and submitted In No
vember, 19111. It nctlon Ih deferied It will bo
necessary to wait for thn election of n new sen
ate In ISL'.t befnro tho nmendmnnl.s can bo
adopted a second timet, and thus they cannot
go Into effoct until January 1, 1921.
Uniform nf Iho Nntlun.
IMItor World Your editorial nf today on thn
uniform of tho United States may perhaps meet
thn eyes of some scoffer and turn hint from his
cynical course What n flno thing It would bo
if tho whole country could stop In its headlong,
selfish career and weigh your few. slmplo words!
What wonderful history tliat same uniform
has made slncn Washington's dayl
And who aro theso Ho-called AniorlcanH that
urn nlwnyn ready to tiikn n fling nl nnythlng
that Is i elated to tho uniform or evvjr has boon
related to It? Wn all know this country Is full
of such buxzurdH, Just uh you Indlrato.
It often has occurred to mn, Mr. Kdltnr, that
theso peoplo mist hato thn uniform of tholr
country because. It never covored their cowardly
henrlH. Hhovv me a man who worn thn uniform
with honor and I'll nhow you n mail who re
spects It forever. Jealousy and envy and fear
anltimto the cnyolo that Is always snarling at
tho uniform. Ito hates It because ho knows In
Ills heart that It U forover beyond his reach.
Hnvo you ever looked at tho question In that
light, Mr. Udltor?
Tulsa, April 7. I- J- !'
(Copyright, 1020, by lMgnr A. t'.uest)
Ills name Is seldom mentioned In tho press.
No medals romn to him to mark his fame,
He Is not notlecd ns a world success,
Tltb'H are nover added to his name;
Yet ho is bravo who keeps his post each day,
And truly live unto tho faith ho knows,
For oft his fondest plans must go astray,
And he Is victim of life's various woes.
The commoner must seo his loved ones dlo,
Must suffer pain nnd henrlachn and de
spair, lacking the comforts greater wealth could
Hn Iiiih to give his children double earn;
Ills courage does not flash across men's view,
Yet It Is there like gold in rock mid stone,
It holds him to thn tasks he has to do,
And HtrengtlicnH him to make hln fight
It culls for bravery to face the heat of day
And toll for Invo of those who wear your
To keep your post of duty, come what may,
And ask no favors from tho hand of fame,
To play life's Kiimo and miss tho thundering
To serve the world mid seek no word of
To glvo your beat throughout your round of
And walk erect although on ruggod wnys.
Few know tho glory and tho peace of life.
Nor are they braver than tho patient
Who bear the burdens and tho hurta of strife,
Content to live mid love and plod along;
They miss the soft sweet hours of careless
Yet know the self sanm Borrows nf the
They may not follow fancy ns they please,
Yet they must bear tho Ironies of fate
Which Is the
THE SPIKIT OF UNRF.STJ
B7: Jane. PUk&Sjbs
Tho i:ml of uu Imperfect liny.
After luncheon wo separntod. .some
of us, Tom and 1 Included took mi
oilier walk over thu grounds ,and
through the greenhouses. Carol
Hlucklock declared ho was going to
ills room and rest,
"That husband of yours H too
much for mo on tho links," ho said
in a meaning tone. I sensed his
meaning, nr thought I did. That
tho links wiih the only place where
hn feaied Tom's rivalry. 1 felt my
self flushing and turned away that
ho might not notice, my embarrass
ment. "You don't feel well yet, do you
Suo?" Tom asked as wo walked to
wurd tho greenhouses. "I'm so
sorry your good time should bo so
"I do (eel sick Tom, and when you
go home tonight I am going with
"Hut wouldn't it be moro comfort
able for you tn coino In with Hlack
lock und Vivian n thn morning? Ills
car Is moro luxurious than Long Is
land Sunday trains," he added faceti
ously." "No; I want to go with you," I re
plied, almost weeping ugaln at tho
thought of spending any morn tlmo
"All right dear, don't get excited.
I'll fix it."
My walk with Tom wits thn only
pleasant part of tho day. At dinner
Claim put mo next to Carol, and ho
constantly tried to draw mo into con
versation, constantly whispered llt'-Ie
lnueudos, until I was so nervous I
had all I could do to keep from
screaming. So when Tom declared It
was tlmo to pack If I wero going
with him I rushed up stairs fouling
that I hud passed the most unhappy
day of my wholo life.
( lalru Object.
When Claire found out that I was
going with Tom. sho urged 1110 10
stick to my program nnd remain
somo money In tho stock market to
"You mean because of that tip of
"Well, I'll see. I haven't qulto
made up my mind. I'll havo to mort.
gage next month's calary to the limit
to buy ovo.11 a few shares."
"Oh, hut Tom! think what you
1 did not steep a wink that night
If Tom absolutely refused to try to
mnko uny extra monuy how In the
world would Carol Hlucklock he paid
and If ho wcru not paid how could
I rid myself of his advances? Oh, It
I once got out of this trouble I never
ugaln would deceive, never do any
thing I was afraid or unwilling to
I remembered as I lay thero worry
ing that 1 had often heard that "ex
perience was n hard teacher." It was.
I felt that I had learned my lesson,
hut I did not yet know tho cost.
Would 1 be ablo to pay it?
At breakfast I again asked Tom If
he wero not going to uso tho Inform
atlon ho had been given by Carol?
And his reply wus not entirely rets
surlng. "I will call him up and ask for a
little, moro Information."
This was all ho would say. Per
force I had to bo contented, rather
had to stop urging Tom, for fear he
would bo suspicious. Hut as 1
watched him go down the street with
his quick, springy step. I wondered
what 1 should do If ho found out,
unit wouldn't believe that 1 had done
this awful thing Innocontly?
Tomorrow An Unexpected Visit
Tlio side car of a new motorcycle
can bo held rigid for uso on smooth
pavements or given a certain degree
of flexibility when uneven roadways
ISngllsh manufacturing planis are
, ,.- t n.i.
own refuse ns
from shoddy wasto.
For cooling underground electric
cables, which sometime become
dangerously overheated, a Detroit
man has designed a portable blower
driven by an electrlo motor.
until morning. Vivian mid Curol
also Joined In protesting agaltiHt my
gotng by train, Hut 1 w.ut deter
mined, and Tom was a deur about
All tho way home on tho train 1
sat silent. Tom thought my head
still ached and went Into tho smok
ing car with Courtland Hrown und
the other men.
What should 1 do? Over nnd over
I asked myself this question. It had
seemed such a simple thing to accept
Carol Hlacklock's presenis, his at
tention; to believe In his platonlc
friendship. I almost laughed aloud
as J romenVbered un article I had
read In the newspaper not long be
fore In which thn writer had declared
that theie was no such thing possible
between 11 man and a woman ns
platonlc friendship. Then 111 great
pains Jiad elucidated her reasons At
the tlmo I thought her- who ever
sho was a silly fool. Now us I
thought of her nrtlclo I was not so
sure. I had looked upon my friend
ship with Carol Hlucklock In the
most platonlc way, but It seemed he
had not been of tho same opinion
Ills friendship had Its price Was
tho world llko that? Couldn't a
woman have 110 Innocent friendship
with a man other-than her husband
1 was so engrossed In my thoughts
(hat when Tom came In to gather up
our luggage I was astonished that
wo were nearly linme.
"Is your head better?'' ho asked
"Yes. almost nil gone " und 1
forced myself lo return bis smile.
A Thoughtful Act.
When wn reached home both of
the children wero In bed, but Norah
had u nice little supper all ready for
us. I had eaten scarcely anything
all day and to my surprise I found
I was decidedly hungry.
Tom too was capable of eating a
good meal, though hn by no means
had niv excuse W 'turned in'
early. Tom e expression, because ho
European Investigators havo found
that partridges eat the seeds f
many noxious weeds and 11. sects de
structive to plant life, therefore i.rc
deserving of protection.
An organization hns been formed
at llolslngfors to promoto tho do
vcicpii.eilt in Finland of aviation In
HUH 11 I.H IO IIO III IIIO OIllCll till- Mmn
next day l'ut before ho went ' livery stable, 'II throw a smoker for
sleep I usked , dm voters this evonln' What Is
"Aro you going to try to make home It you'vo got an auto?
pj Vfcr CMoi TrUxaw.l
Tilt SriRTT OP tltSTT
nil Its branches, scientific, commer
cial, military mid sporting,
Shav.ng becntne popular among
the ancients who desired to prevent
tholr enemies; from seizing them by
tho chin whisker.
Mxpenmenlora have found that
sugar beeta can bo grown In Kng-
1 land with a larger sugar content
. than those grown on the continent of
Modern "best sellers'' Htlll hnvo u
long way to go to equal the record
of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." More than
295,000 volumes of this hook hnvo
The Young Lady
Across the Way
The young lady ucross
says she's, not u. bit superstitious
wnn um uu u """'and vet sho wnubl sort of
fuel mid ..no texllb. , "Jf. ' f,l
all tho steam It needs.
mns happen to fall some
Friday the thirteenth.
Life Without Music
SCHWAB OFFERS CURE
FOR "GREAT UNREST"
Music W01U1I Knock tho llnttoni
Out, III! Sll)S.
NIJW YOUK. April B. Just a
little good music and tho bot
tom Is knocked out of unrest.
That Is tho opinion of Charles
M. Schwab, president of tho
Hethleheni Steel company, ex
pressed hero today.
"Music Is a great antidote for
unrest," said tho steel captain.
"The moro primitive and Ignor
ant are susceptible to music. It
Is a uedntlvc and stabilizer and
promotes beautiful thoughts.
"No normal person could do
wrong or think wrong with tho
sound o( music In his ears. In
all my establishments I encour
age music of every kind.
"Hotter liuslncHH and hotter
work Is dono hy persons; who
have an iipprin latlon of thu finer
things of life nnd thero is noth
ing finer than good music."
Moon II,' 11 !.
Mc and Mary Wiilkli.H Wj lW.
Ing to each other yestidday u t,.
noon, her looking gruto w.il, rr,
hat prettier than cnythmg , ; ,
blun (Iichs prltty as tvery'bli t, ,
thinking. (I, gush, wen 1 grow ,p ,
bet I'll marry 'her.
And 1 soil, How old do jo i h.nii
you'll be wen you gel mar: ted'
No old, I'm not going to ui n.ar.
i-.i t it...... ti'..i.i.... '
Wat, novur? I suld. Tliiiik if tr ntt
wlzz, heck, nnd Mary Win km m,j
No, never, 1 wotildent marrv i,j
best man on crih If t lived to i .
I eers Old.
Wy not, gosh? I soil R.f
HecauHc I uln't got a good ( iiUf jt!tcr
im (i ui'iiituii ,ji iiit'ii it, Jllllrty -IV
aingle one of tliom, showed.
Well, mitjbo there'll be oti k,
mail by thn time you get rtj
, ko- married, I sed
j Meet) lug mo, mid Mary S i
sod, I don't think ho. onw,i t
made up my mind now un.l it ,
late to chango It.
And prlttv soon sho weni n,
house and I started to w.iwk . I
slow feeling weiso Insted of Inner
atid who did I meet but 1or. ,f
Mincer looking even prltikr h,r,
, Mary atkln, saying, Hollo I n)
, ware yoii going? and I sed, J ,
warn your nnn sun son, iiotiie ,,t 1
1 sed, Are you ever going lo gcv.
i uu vri. j woiiinen i no Here- rr
If I was married beforn I'm 1" ed
Ijrctlcr Mincer. i
And she kepp on going home nn'
so did I, thinking, O, Mary W.t kirn
ain't tho ony gerl In thn world
"Tho tiUrn Incllnr. but iln net r'.rp-l"
Tuesday, April 13, 1020.
This Is a most unlucky day, an.
cording to astrology Mercury. 'bit.
urn, Mars, Venus und Uranus arc all
In muleflc nspoct.
During this sinister swuy It is w n
to stick to routltto business mnfrr.
deferring all important Inltiatlv
and even postponing confercnre.'i at
which plans nro discussed,
Tho sign that is read as Inhnlcil
to money matters nlso Is supposed to
be most unfavorable to tho slgnlnj
of lenses or contracts.
The senrs declare that tho rentln?
nr soiling of property will bo at'end.
ed with losses and disappointment!
nt this time. They give warning
tnnt Niturn menaces all who wo'iVt
makn changes In places of rc'
nonces or In business locations, ere
Increnso In rentals and values briny
forecast, despite tho assurance (hit
prices aro to fall.
I.ovo affalrn como under an ns.
pect that Is threatening nnd ongaR".
mcnts today will bring disappoint,
ment. It Is prognosticated
TJils Is not a lucky wedding day,
slnco It presages quarrels and mis
understandings. It will bo especial
ly unfavorable whero ono pot-son li
much older than tho other.
Irritability and high nervous ten
sion may bo apparent during th 1
rule of tho stars and warning is
given that calmness Hhould ho main,
talned under all circumstances,
whllo this configuration has power
to disturb tho emotions.
Ilussla will contlnuo to suffer
from disturbances, for Mars culmi
nates with monaclng Influence that
is hold to presage more troubles.
Through tho wholo summer quar
ter Turkey will bo a constant source
of gravo concern to all tho allies, the
Persons whoso blrthdato It Is mj
moot many nnnoynnces small anj
not serious, during tho coming yrar
They should bo cautious about let
ters and writings.
Children born on this day have
tho augury of hnppy lives that run
In quiet, peacoful grooves. They
nro likely to bo trustworthy nnd in
telligent (CoejiKtit, 19J0, hjr Um MrOnm Nwjpntrr ftiriiniir 1
I the r.
About tho smallest safety raor
yot invented has a frame im' 1 Ms
larger than tho blade which is mid
between a thumb nnd finger and
folds lo fit In a vest pocket.
Poo'Ions of an Knullnh Invent ir
. doublo cooking boiler fit so UphOy'j.A :.
! that their contents cot tho full ben- d''''"sl
, bii. iv iin;ii h I lilt, lull
eiu 01 ine steam, explosions item;
prevented by n safety valve.
liven should nn Insulated terw
drlvnr for electricians Invented I y 1
Ualtlmoro man slip ucross live cir
cuits un Insulated shield would pro
tect Its user.
Ini-toad nf plow shares, a farmlnj
Implement Invented by a Californl.in
tears up and pulverizes the ground
with toothed augers that nro driven
1 by it gasoline engine.
MlfS.C 13 ESSEWTLU
factory Life with music has the
touch of that which is
better and nobler. Let
us show you how easily
you can enjoy the world
of music with an
Aeolian Player Piano
All the family can play
it and you can own it on
the Jenkins thrift plan.
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for the Fotoplaycr and
llarwood Electric Pi
anos and orchestras for
Moving Picture Shows,
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