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TVASA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, APRIL lfi, 1920
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Dai ll lliblical Quotation
I ItlllAV, A 111 1 Ii III, IIIJU.
The beloved i.f llir 1 1 "lull dwell In atlfety
by lllm, and llii' I.nnl stiull cover lillll nil III"
1 1 1 v long Hi'iii 3.1 I .'
Ah lllf Mill liollenth llIT fl'HllllTM
lliliirrts lh nlii In of hl t urn,
So tin' I .m il IIIh liilltlicn Mil I lif t,
MpromlH ti In wlnaa mill hides 1 1 hi in thorn;
Thus iirnli'i'li'il.
All tlnir fiii'H I hey boldly dure.
Keep mi' at) llio apple of tint nyn, 1 1 lit o mo
under tin' shadow nf tliy win. mi. 17; 8. ,
NKNATOH (iOltli'S HHI'liNSIC
Tin Hpnoeli delivered liy Hi'iinlnr Horn III Con
vention hall Wednesday evening was iriunrk
Hliln in ninny iimpetis. It liuil liri'ii advertised
lin tlm opening or llli' lliirn onmpnlgn for in
election, mill tliiii wurii thomi who prophesied
that tin would face mi iililtinplrlii': ncn itt vn
rmit M'lilM. Yit, with Ilin I'lrciillmi nf 1 1 if Iti'od
ii nil Hum l,tt ln mvitliiHn l.it nprliiK. mi polltl
nil npi'iiki'i linn ovrr hml a tuiKvr nr muio rn
OiimliiHtlo Mini m nipiitliollc iiililloiicn In TiiIhii.
It hud Iioi'ii iiroi'il tlml tin- lillliil rHinutor
umilil ('i)ini' In ( ) In In i mi t flKlitliiK a ilcfcnnlvn
flslit. Inilrril, lin liliiiHflf nuIiI Wi'ilni'Kiliiy i'Vii
nine, In t lin cournn nf Ilia rnimirkM, tliut rlr
iMlmHtiinrrH fnri'Pil Mini tn iiipoiir MUiiowliat an
n ilflfcmlrr nf hlniHclf. Hut If IiIh (iinnlnn nii'icli
In his liampnlRil i ntlyit'd ilofniixlvc polltlonl
wiirfaro tlimi lnvivni help hU npponriil wlion
hn nilnpln iiffonnlvn mitliriilH,
Tho ni'iintnr left tlirrn vnry (IIhIIih'I Impri'M
nlmiH on IiIh ninlliMico of 3,000 rrpii'Hciitutlvn
Tnlna rltUciiM. Hint, that IiIh no.callcit ilifviiHn
ii pnlnnt tlm chiiiKi'H mailu by hln opponent ii ml
rncmlcM Ih ho romplnto that It roiiHtltiltCH In fact
a rhnrKo iiRiiltint thohn rncmlcH; that h han
Din qualltlrH of Indr prudent ntalfanianHhlp no
much to In' ilrHlrnl In our pulillo llfn; that hn
poMocm'H tho rourHKti of a patriot to u raro
ilORrrp,
In niMltlon lo thin, tho Hponlicr oiiHlly iIimii
oiiHtrntPil IiIh irlmacy In platform MrulcR',
urarciiHm, iirRiimvnt anil cIiihnIo oratory ami
flonurnco. Tll(ro In not In tho rntlro Houthwrnt
n man rnpnblft of holilliiR IiIh own with Horn
nf Oklahoma In n popular runipalKti. Thin,
qultci nslilo from tho miiiihIiu-kh of IiIh cauno,
Hut Klicli ipmllly rulipli'il with Hliuli a callxu an
ho now rcprmcnlii rcnilriH htm Immuno to nil
iliinKcr from that eotorlo of ultra partlHaiiH who
liuo HoiiRht to 1 1 r 1 1 1 K about hln ilpfoat at tho
AuiiRUHt primary.
In HhakcHpearti'H rlnsulo DchiIoiuouii coyly tclln
(lie Monro Hint If ho Iiiih u frluml who Iomih
hor that ho pcimIh hut lofirn that frli'iul IiIh Htory
of iiilvpnturn anil iIiiiikit iiikI Iiiivo him ri'P''l
It to hi'r and that niiroly win her. SiMiator
(lorn Iiiih hut to ili'llvpr IiIh "ilefoiiHu" to tlm
votoiH of Oklahoma, ami ho will muoly win thorn
to IiIh ciiiinp In AuxUHl.
nii: cui.Mi; in s i ; ; a 1 1 .
Tho miKitr, Hltuatlon Iiiin iihiio to tho jiolnt
wlicro poHti'iity may ri'for to It an tho HiiKar
nlmo of 192H. TuIhu peoiilo woro iiciiualiiti'il
with tho hoiIiiukiiohh of tho Hltuatlon by tho
ri'tnll pilcu JiimpliiK .'i ipiiln u pound In "
Hiuiih. Iiiul uiori'haiitH offor tho prpillctlon
that unluHM Hunii'llilm: Ih ilonp tln prU-o will
ro lo r.O otmtH within a (w ilnjH,
II Ih foollnh, porliiiiiH. to timlortako to point
wIipio riiIII llt'H. lint wo ipoall that tho chair
man of tho old HiiRiir boaiil di'i'liuvd a day or
two iiro that tlio pri'glih'iH miiHt boar tho blamo
for tho proM'iit Hlluuttou. Thin ftnutlomnii
IMilulcil out Unit ho and other members of tho
hoaril had ndvlned tho prenlilent that unlexn
ho om'ii.'Ihii1 IiIh authority to puri'lniho tho on
tlm l.oulHlana ami Ciiliau ciop HiiRiir would
Jump from 11 ci'ntH tho pound to whatever tho
profltci'i'H ili'clded to mnkfl It; that If tho rov
einnient did iut It would nut bo at all difficult
In move the emlre ei'np on a II -rout IlihIu
to tho I'oiiNumer.
Kukiii' han Jumped all rlcht.
Au'il tho h, une Hfiitloman liiHlhtoil that Homo
ono boHldo hlmi'ir iiiuhI ilpfend tho itttornny
Ruuornl for kIvIiik pormliwlon to tho i.oultiliina
KruwoiH to oharito ts immHh h pound for their
proiluel, Klnee ho loiiHlilorod tho net ludufoiin
ilile.
That'H iih mueli hh wi know n limit It.
THOMAS ASKS IMtOMOTION.
Tho tiiuitUlacy of .1. l;luiar TliomiiH of Iiwton
for the coiiRi'cHXlnnnl sent iiIkuiI to ho vacated
by Scott IAutIh, must Ir.Mtu the uiproul of
voters rcsiinllCMi of party who havo watched
tho play of polltiCH In Oklahoma since htatohootl.
Mr. TliomiiH haa loptcneuti'il IiIh dlslilct In
tho stnto IcBlnlaturo Blnco Blutehood. In a nmsn of
mediocrity ho had Ii 1 1 lo difficulty In Mumplm;
hin Intrinsic worth upon tho public uffalrH of
tho stnto In tlio flrnt IcelHlaturo. Kach bucccciI.
Ing hcbhIoii of that body Iiiih discovered him
atronuer In liiaractcr nnd tho entcom of tho
public.
Wo do not think wo would transcend tho
facta If sc should assort that Senator Thomas
In tlio ntrnriKont l"Klnliitivo iharnctpr tilt Mints
of Oklahoma, I in proilutml. Nut nlnne In tha
intlmnttou of ilevntofn of hi own putty, hut In
publl. entfuini reRKiitli'M of purty; nut nUine h
publlr offlrlnl nr Miitpaiiinnllko MiiallttoN. hut 0
pihnie (Hiii-ii nr of evellpnt imtia.
I In linn tint lii of the ultrn-pnrtlnn lypf.
Hp Inn iipvit been tlm inllar-Hnarvr of any
enlHtln of pullllflMiia in hoMpa. Hn liaa illffarml
with hi party Iciiilerahlp, flinily anil Innlatant
ly, iilinonl nn nflpii n lin Ima aaiomt with tlml
Inidemfilp. TIiIn iimrka lilm nb nr thut type (if
piilillo iiipm who rofn" In bPcoma inr nihlwr
til n in pn. Tho typo, I 'hi, an mm It In ilPtnartil thoan
iiirliiiloiit dnya.
Hp haa n ilahl In nak tiromollon from thoaa
ho Iiiih nnrvpil ably nnil v. nil nr ypuia. Anil If
i lM'tPil, II la I he opinion of Tho World, that N
ttimlil oriiHtneut Mm acnl of hln proiliTpaaor, by
lili'K enntllinl mrttp tha wOndel of hla own Mf
pp that I hey IihiI milnnff been untPtit With
irtPillnri lly,
AN I.MI'lHtTANT l)i: ISK ).V.
TIip IIIUiola.pTHtK nppolHlp ooiirl hanrlpil down
hn Important Iii'IhIou rw ilaya ago. ll waa
In the I'.Ur,' nf Wllllum ttecilii h tha Ctiluagn
Trlhiinn fiTi )iio,imiu iluiiiai'n Iivi'hiim the Tri
bune In publlnhliiK whnl puipnrtil In bo I'opy
of III" orrirat bnllut ointttoil III" iihihp nr tha
plaintiff thorpfrnm.
HhpiIii waa n randlilatH for aiipiTlor pnutl
JiiiIko mid r euro led the Mellon nr tlm Trlbuna
wlili li ho hIIpkpiI waa pttoiibl utirtpr tlm lnw.
In pourwi of tlnm Hip cump rwiii hinl the alnlP HP
pelntf pimrt mid wan ilpelilrd fnvorablp to tlio
Tilhiltip. th" eourl holilliiK In purl
"AreonlliiK lo tho tilnlntirr'a nrKumonl,
ilefeniUnt Ih llabl" not for what It dill but
fur what ll refrained finui ilntriK. Much la
Indeed a novel proposition. To mako tho
ilefendiint lluhlo for lin nllenei) iiiutit hold
that It wiih oblhtateil lo publUh In Hh paper
tho whole of tho fnoalmllt, ticket. Thla j
me not iroparod to do."
In llfl ronuliinlon tho eourl hold fuitlier In
theno wordn: "Tho defenilunt la tlm noln JiiiIko
or tho vnliin of iipwh iih Hiteh."
Tho iloi'lHlnn In eminently hound. U'n will nt
lentlon In ll chiefly ror tho iitirpoao of nnttlni;
ilRht a too nlimrrnilH fiu'tlon of tile public which
IiuiirIiii'h that u iiownpapcr In iloiilud certnln
rlKhlH and prlvllcRen freely Rrautoil olhpr hunl
nenn pfitPrprlncH. At Oklahnmii City roeontly n
citizen HoiiKht tho aid of tho corporation cum
mlHHlnn to force n publlnhrr to accept IiIh nil
vcrllHliiK coiy. Tho contonllon In thin enno wan
thill a publlnhor Iiiih not tho ilKlit to elect what
advcrtlHcmentn It will rocolvo. Tho commlnnlon
han Junt thrown tho ciinp out hecauno tlm con
tention wan perfectly absurd, wp havo no ilnubt,
thoiiKh no rniHon for nueh notion l wlvrn.
A publisher In rrnponnlbln In tho pulillo and
(ho ntatn In nonio rcaprctn, Junt nn Ih llio (irl
vato cltlicn or tho IiiibIuphh men ncccptliiK hiip
port from the public. Hut to iiHHcrt that ho Ih
not tho manter of hln own biiHlneHH rind In
vontmeiitM Ih novel Indeed.
Tho dcclnlon of tho llllnoln court In Rood law
and icotnl IorIo. It Ih a Junt rpcocnltlon and ap
plication of tho liberty of tho prenn. And It
KtanitH ad nntlro to milleli lawyers nnd cheap
polltlclnnn that tho courtH rantiot ho imeil to
I n 1 1 ii i It I it t i publishers.
Mil. roSTKIl AC.M.V.
Wo think 'tho count i y wan entirely prepnroil
for tho unnoiinccmont Hint Mr. Fiwtrr, the rabid
red who Incited the nteel nlrlko, who udvocaten
the ono Kreat union, nnd who pronelytrH for tho
Rcnerul ntrlko, Ih behind the recent ntrlko In
railroad clrclen.
Wo coufcKH our liuihlllty to Krnsp tho faith of
tho admlntntratlnn In tho Rood Intentions of the
nlrlkerH. Wo aro Inclined to think that tho
iniliralH on ntrlko woro ciiRnlzant of tho director
of their actlotiH and In accord with tho pur
lumen behind tho Htrlke. Wo nro nlno Inclined
to think that tho Rovcrnmont mlRht vnry well
do HomethltiR about It especially nomnthliiR
with thin Konter iiernon Instead of iiRaln adoit
ItiK tho watchful waiting policy.
i'i:itsiii.Mi ani tim: ntiisinHNcv.
(ieneral I'ornhlliR Ih quoted ns nayliiR that hn
In not a camlldato for tho presidency but wouhl
not decline tho honor If tendered. TIiIh neemn to
put him In tho niiihi catcRory with Mr. Hoover.
Hut wo nro lit a losn to account for nueh n Htnto
ment from any man.
Somowlioio In thin brlRht land there In a man
possibly men who would decline Hint honor
If honestly tendered. Hut neither tho man or
men can bo named offhand. Not ovory baby
burn In Amorlcu Im-kIiis liieilshlnK political nm
lilllims uboiit tho tlmo ho nci'itlrcK tho nrt of
speech, hut most of them do. Hhomt a cannon
Into a crowd kllttiiR it bundled men nnd on n
Roneral averiiRO you would havo roduceil tho
crop of prospective candidates from norno po
Utlcal office at least UP.
Of coin so (Ieneral PetsliliiK wouhl accept
tho piesldency If It were offered him. Ho would
IMSItllAI'S.
iCopyrlRht. 1950, by Kdsar A. (luost)
Hcpiiin like I'll inner kick iiRHln
When days Ret hot, an' overhead
Tliere'M not u cloud In herald ruin.
If noon the opploH blosnom rod
An' Mr ass an' Rraln bcRln to Rrow
An' Natuio tiiki's on milder ways,
I'll think about tills wlutcr'n snow
An' let the old sun burn ami blnxe.
ItlKht now I don't believe I'll mind
Tlio tunning weather of July,
1 think I much piefer that Kind
To allow drlftM piled up window high;
An' when I walk nloiiic tho street
An' sighs on every hand tiro heard
ItrKiirdluR the terrific hoot,
1 don't t'eltcw' I'll wiy u word.
I'm over fed on Ico nnd wnow,
or wintry blasts I've had my fill,
I lniiK to see the winter ko.
And ulRhtly prny that soon It will;
And If peichanco the summer brlnun
I's bllsteiinR days that sear and burn,
I'll voice In ull my miirmurliiRH
No wish fot winter to return.
It may bo 1 mIk ill Rrtimhlp then
When I am swelterliiR with the heat.
Shall Imltntn m fellow men
And wiy Hint ii's loo hot to en' .
I'eihapn I shall forRi t Just h
l'vo Htirfcrcd all Huh ulmrr u-or
Hut nllll the way 1 feci J iut now
Tho sun will never net too urons
Hoover. Anil w, would moat othar men. i'hPro
lan'l a nian In public life today hut would trail
everything abort of hla Immortal aoul for even
a nomination HI Hip hnnrta nf pltlier of Hip two'
Ureal pa 1 1 lea. ,
Home are prnno In lament the fiui that tho
ihipf mntlntiH'y f the nation dopa not apok ;
thp man, ihua cipailnn ilia oiportiintty tor him
to at eppt or rpjaet II. Our own conviction la that j
It la on of tha chlvf alorbra of our political aya-1
Ikal Ih. h.m .. Mtttal ( hf,,a 111,, IIMntlln lillll '
prova hla rtBht to offlcn.
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Th dHth of Hopr Htilllvan marha tha pnan.
Ins nf nna nf tha lantlmarlia nf Amarlrnn poll
He. Hulllvmi haa been an unacknnwlil(oil
political taarlpr for almoal k nonprallon. Men
have Mnen In pnlltlia iHarlalnilnpT any alliance
with lha Illinois politician and even ilennunrlnn
hla iMftilfnca In lh rmrly, but no one, not even
Mr yah, ot far in democratic iinlttlca until ho hml
noma In an unrleratanniric with Hiilllvan. Wn do
not Know whpthar lo refer In Hiilllvan hh tho
llolaa I'enroa nf dpmocr.icy, nr to Pen tope an
tha Itogor Hulllvmi of rp publican lam. Moth men
arp very much alike In Ibplr inPthoda nnd vIpwt
And aach. In hla rrnpeotivn (Kirty, linn for yam
wlelilsil an InflilPnrn all hut cniicluslvo. Say
what you will. Ihn fset remalna Hint tho deninc
laey or the nation haa atlffnreil tromnndnunly In
tha death nf Hiilllvan, Junt iih tho republican
parly would loan iniirh In tho ilanth or Penrose.
Hla?, uapabla, Influential InndeiH nro iih raro to
day aa ever.
Tho print pnper nhnrtago would he n bleanlnR
H It could only bo applied where It should be.
Thero'a tho Haturdny HvPiiIni? Pont, wuhHur car
load of ffooil pnpnr ouch week boontliiR Jlerbert
Hoover for president.
A i'ulati Rentlotnuu who knowa more than ho
In tellhiR Hnyn If Nowborry In ever reprimanded
for HpnndlnR money In MIcIiIriiu .lake Hnmon
should hn shot nt sunrise for what he did In
Oklahoma.
Ireland hnn rot at leant n cllmpsn of thp new
freedom; she linn ntrnck.
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Oklahoma Outbursts
Jty OTIS LOHTOK
Thn nplco of llfo Ih Junt ono election uftor nn
other.
It looks now an If thin country would not Rot
hack to normal conditions until tho S.ilday
Hvoii'k Post resumed Thursday distribution,
Tho Ctrl on South Main h.ih tho reason she
put on a pair of thoan now hand-decorated hoso
ycHlerdny wan bneauno of a. threatened run on
ner privato nuiionai oaiiK.
Wo aro Junt reminded Hint April . tho day
Tilln.i voted to make tlm city Hiiro for Her citl
zenslilp, wan alnn thn third an,nlvornary or the
date America entered the contest to muKn tlio
world saNi for Mr. Wilson.
Whllo n Rrand Jury In Tulsa In Invcstlcattnc
casi'H of rood and clothliiR prnfltporlng. tho fair
pi len coinmliislnn Ih threalenlnR to Haul tun
liootluRRurH on tho carpet for tho hlRh price, of
booze In Oklahoma City.
IlecatiHo A. U lOmery, an OkinulRCo lawyer,
could not dlntliiRUlsh between llio hiiicII or fur
nlturn varnish nnd Oklahomii'n favorite hever
iirch hn han been haled before JuiIro Nelson of
MtiskORpo for contompt of court. Tlm attorney,
ilrawim: coucIiisIoiih from tho "amoll ' pervndlni;
tho courtroom had Intimated that the court
wiih Intoxlcntod. Which leadn iih to reflect
on how often our Htmilor Iiiih led ua Into trouble
It does not follow, calmly observes Hill UlnR-
ley, who rnrrloH all hln assets In a hip pocket
that every man who Htopn and reads with alarm
u not Ico poHted on n bank door had any over
drafts In the Institution.
A. T. of .lonkn, who has been eatlnR rlpo
olives, nddreasen thin "to whom lit may on
eurn: Hard luck. Mr. lldltor. 1 havo quit
chewin mall pouch tobacn and tryiiiR to brako
In u now nett off rals teeth, and lonkliiR tor it
iili'o and Rood widow. Talk about your palconco
tho wldnoHH off that widow love Ih llko theo
widnosH ofr tho sea; theo kindness off hor Justico
Isn more than liberty. Thero Ish welcome for
that widow and iiiiwro Rrace for her Rood. Thero
Ihh meicy with widow and thero lss healiiiR Inn
lovo for theo love off that widow Ins Broiler than
theo meashur off man mind and thee hart off
that widow lsn most wondcrfuly kind. Iff that
widow lovo wuh butt more simple, shoo should
take men utt my word and our liveM would boo
all Sunshine Inn tho Sweetness off tho Lord."
Qti urometer of Public Q;'ot
Tho ('oiiM'iiicntVH.
A country whoso form of Rovernment Invites
freiuent Irreconcilable maladjustments between
tho legislative and executive brunches or ItH riiv
cinment, under tho party system, must tako
tho consequences SprhiRfleld Kepublicun.
The MhiilRiin SH'clniii.
So fur nn MIchlRitn is concerned, tho demo
cratic otern scepi to haxo cut away from tho
administration and nil Its works. Tho demo
cratic leaders nil realise thin and aro stralnliiK
eery nerve to moid popular preference tests.
They want lo have unlnstrurtcd delegate
elected In order to oncapo such npectaclcs n
tho Michigan primary ban Just afforded. New
York Trlliune
City and Country Vole.
Wood, If Ootrott had been eliminated front
the otiiiR, would hnvo carr'od MtchlRan; the
old American aRilctiltural districts, where bol
nhevlsm and pacifism have madn no headway,
wont hoax lly for him despite tho bllzsnrd. Thoio
In no moio reason for overestlmatlnr; what
Wayno county thlnka than there Is for underes
tiinutiiiK wnai tne rest or hip union minks, a
mutter on which wo already have some Infer
nation and are roIiir to havo more New York
Tunes.
InjliiiliR Its Cn u-o.
I'nlonlmi Ih Injuring Its own cause h itieso
InwIosH perroi'iii.incos. nnd In adiliiion n
speeding tho day when n chill may be xpeci -d
to fall upon enterprtPP. llttalness mst nave
some iintiurauco of Htahlllty or It '.ill be con
ducted on n much losn venturenoi'.e sealo than
Ih now witnessed. The first to fee, ihe liltRhtuiR
effects of HUch restrictions will be labor So far
nt some of Its orRiinwed elements are concerned
ItH lespeclable leadership has no more prcssmR
duty at tins Hour tnnn reorganisation.-- Now
York World.
liiln-triirlcil Ilclccatcs.
New i nrk h ropututcan pi iniury vote wan a
imperii vindication of the principle nocessjiry to
tho fulfilment of the Ideals of thin republic Unit
tlio party's delegates to select ltn candidates for
president (.hould not ro Into the national con
ventlon as Into a corral, haltered, hobbled
and wearing the brand or an Individual like
privately owned live stock. Whether for Wood,
for Uowden, for Jnhnsnn, for Hoover, or for
whatever seeker or the presidential nomin.i
tnn Hi. . orelie.t republi. .ins of this city and
slate lun' n fused to make a Hintf'p ono of their
s , ..ics of iW.cR.itrs a mere puppet either of
personal po u inaenines oi or managerial
Dane, ;iw i orh sun ami iicraio,
A PROBLEM FOR SOME OF THE BRIGHT
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES;
out fo Unit Wagt Without Halting tk Cot of Living and Rtducing Production
(OitirrliM IBM
Husb
and I
By,Jane.P2ielpi
CHAPTim CXXNVlf.
A Terrible Ordeal.
Tom looked down at tho figures
ho had ndded, then nt mo,
"This totals over flvo hundred
dollars. You tuy you owo Carol
Hlncklock JSOO Will you tell tne
how you Intended to pay him and
these." ho laid his hand on tho pile
of hills.
"Why ho said l could pay him
when I could. You see I thought
you would mako somo money In the
stock market that's why I didn't tell
you I waited."
"Tell :no what?"
"Tell nu that I was going to pay
him nil up If you would rUo me
the money and never run In debt to
him iiRnln."
"So tbat was what you had de
elded, wiih It?" he sneered.
"Yes, nnd Tom. I didn't know he
wiih going to wrlto mo or send me
that check. I had been crying when
he came this afternoon, nnd"
"So lie was here this afternoon,
wiis ho?"
"Yes, tho same tlmo that Vivian
was. They went away togetner.
"And because you had been cry
ing ho sends you a check for 12 50
I would cry myself ir l were pain
at that rate for my tears." Then.
"What were you crying about when
your he came?"
"About evcrytntng. Mimuay unu
nil " I seemed powerless now to
keep anything. I had not Inten
tionally mentioned Sunday, but tho
word came.
Tho Ciiiimi of tlio llojidnelio.
"What do ou mean, Sunday and
all' What happened Sunday.'"
"Nothing much Sunday only I was
have earned,
my future as
sick. Hut whan Carol and l took
that long walk Saturday he trlod
lo mako love to mo and it made
mo sick. And I have been sick ever
since. That's why 1 wanted you to
tnke hla tip and make, money, so 1
could pay him."
"If you were no distressed over
his lovcmaklng, why didn't you tell
mo Saturday? You" -
"I was afraid If 1 did you would
not take IiIh tip. and then I never
could pay him.
"You expect tne to bellev() that
c
ABE MARTIN
Kemembfr when wo used f criti
cise a feller fer spendln' ever'thlng
on his back'' History repents Itself
-th ole tlmo crock cut ts all th'
rago ngln 'cept th' barbers seem t'
uto a bowl instead or a crock.
11 Ttv OilrMo Trlbunn.l
in tho w.iy of dependhiR on
stores of fresh meat, and
t Mir.il (oursH of events, they were
wiped out From tho Detroit News.
Six hundred rlvetn nn
heated with a new portable electric ot water, and wheat Is to bo trans
rivet heater.
. Z ;
mi. - i- r
c
l lie l mum
Aci'MiS the
Saturday was tho first time he hnd
iniido lovo to you. I m not a fool,
Sue."
"What do you mean,?"
"Just what I say" bis voice was
cold and hard as Ice. It roused me
to a sort of desperation.
"I would have told you nil about
hln guaranteeing that bill If you had
been honest and told mo about Miss
Coleman. I expect you have been
in lovo with her for a long time."
"I .suppose lllacklock Hiiggented
that too. I havo a groat deal of ro
spect for Mlrs Coleman- -fiho Is it
good hard working girl. Wo'U lenve
her out of tho conversation. She
menns nothing to me, never has save
a valuable working assistant."
"Well, now that you know every
thing I'll ro to bed," I Hold.
"I may know everything, hut I'm
not through with you Until I nm
you will stay right whero you nro
Sit down and listen to me "
Tom llcvldcs What Shall 1h Done.
I sank weakly Into a chair
"When I first married you." Tom
bcRan, "I earned 1 100 u month. You
thought it a fo'tune. We lived In
comfort and happiness on it Hut
with every bit of good fortuno which
has como to mo you have deterior
ated. I realize now that I havo seen
It nil along, hut dimly. You weren t
satisfied to live ns we should havo
lived, nnd because 1 loved you I gave
way. I used to havo dreams of the
tlmo when I would earn tho bakiry
I am now getting, a good ono for n
mun of my age. I figured In those
ilajs how much I would save out of
It each month, so that when the
children grow up. nnd we were older
wo would have something. Hut you
havo not only spent every cent I
The young lady a. ross
says tho treaty seems a
cue question to submit
referendum.
but havo mortgaged
well. Wo havo been
married four years nnd I ant $1,500
worse off than nothing, besides be
ing bankrupt In everything which
makes life worth living. IfMt were
not for the children" ho stopped
nnd his voice shook ns ho resumed.
"If it were not tor thorn "
I tried to say somothlng, to plead
with him not to be so tern with me.
to tell him that I didn't mean to be
so extravagant, to mako excuses but
my mouth was so dry that though
my lips moved, I could mako no
sound.
"I warned you that wo could not
afford to go 'with the crowd you
seemed to ho anxious to make your
friends. They were my friends
when I wan a bnchelor, and that was
nulln n illfrront ninltor T tin,! m
house to run. no wlfo nnd children I
to drcbs. I ci'ild spend what I
earned as I pleased- Hut you havo
aped them ever sinco you rirst met
them. And there Isn't ono of them
save that" he spat out a word I
can't ropeat "who wouldn't do-1
spise you If they knew Not one."
Suddenly 1 commenced to cry. 1 1
had not meant to. In fact I had felt,
no Inclination to until that moment I
I sobbed uncontrollably.
"I havo decided upon my course.
STEINWAY
KURTZMANN
SHONINGER
Crying will do no good It Is too
late."
Tomorrow Tom talks until daylight.
The Uist Arctic mm Cow.
Tho last Arctic "Boa cow" whs seen
In 1851 about a century after the
first discovery of tho species oy whlto
men When full grown tho creuturo
welRhed as much as eight thousand
pounds.
These animals frequentel nhallowsi
it the mouths of river In h rds, and
whllo feeding they rode m fore them '
their young, to protcei the uitti
from dateftr S tamo were tney that
one could stroke their hacks .Nithout.
objection on their part
I'nfortunately their flesh was good
to cat, rcucmbllng beef. WhuKia yot ,
licnnie'8 NotcbooiTjk
I had a. fcnre drcem la t m.,
Jrccmtni; nil t had on wiu a re,
blankli, and I drecnied I w.in i.ji
the street taking a wawk in ,t 1
1 looked er'routid and who
wawklnK rile In back of not
Mary Wutklna tind Ixiretter .Miti,(.
ii, e think. np, (I. I hope. v. a h,f.
liutineitH to thla blanklt.
And ailddlnly all of a nj M n i'.
ren.se winu aiuricu 10 u w
every direction nt once, m.d ,,,
moro I tried to hold the b ,i ,t c
the moro It kepp blowinw cfr n-.
tlilnkinc, Holey Hinonks. 'I- - a
fc.i wcl And I sed, Wy don t ,,u ,
BcrlH wawk numwarcs elm, n u
no place for 2 Boris.
Wy nin't It" acd Mary ai,,
and Korettcr Mincer nrd, Yo t c ;
to your own blznlss and we t
to ours. And I l.epp on w.iw t-f
thitikitiK (1 wizz, they awi I
hi ntn eniiff lo teitll.e I ony k ti
ti .ittklf on F
Wlch Jest then 3 men ra- e -P
wPh big budgcH on their cheat- 0r g
:,iyuiR, HccrH ono now, unl th-fi
,.l,n nMx. u.nlntf I nl'u 1,.,A .. h
at that blanklt, younu fello.
Who sed so? I tied, and the fi r.
man sed. Wo nod so, we're n . ,k
inspectors, don't you see our Ki.g.i
And they looKed at llio PUirk. a.
thn ferst man aed, Jest us I i. i
It belonRH to the Rovernment an
'he snl man sen, TnKo it ofr. icurrXi"
lino j-jv
H h nil I cot, I sed. nnd the m -
ned, Avon, It h all wo ivunt A
.Mnrv WntkltiH nnd Iiroiler Jl m
was nllll htnndltiR hack there took-?
, .. . .... n 1. 1 . ..... I
nm, iwni nn uii'ii hi.n'ui-ii ii noil
of the blanklt nnd ntarteil t,
nnd I yelled llko cveryihliiR n'
wonk up Jest In time. And Jest Ihm
pop looked In my room In b i pil
lammerfl, naylnR, wat'o all the ho.
IrrltiR nbottt?
Was I liollerltiK? I ncd, nnd pra
sed, I'll nay you were.
And I went to sleep nRcn and
ilrecmcd I waH n nnRel.
MaMtic the Itounil Trip.
In one of the lcmllnR churches o(
tho city the pastor took for tho text
of hla sermon, "ilctter Church At
tendance." The pastor held that tho autnmo-
bile hnd taken moro people nwny
from church than any other thins f
lie concluded with tno exclamation
"Tho I'ord ear has taken moro peo.
tile to hell tlinn nnv other tlilnir thai
I cm mention" Whereupon an o'd'S
I.'nlv In Hie rnni?reirritlnii linL-jin Irt a
. i,i. iii'i letiejo mm iiii.ivii. I f.u;i
ll. l.nrrtt Prilan in t.rt' J'J
U...l ih..l..
"What's the matter, sister?" nsKel
the onjtnr.
"The Kord never went nny plat!
that It couldn't make tho round trip,
and I am sure that nil of trnso
peoplo In hell will bo back. So pra'Jn
the Lord." Springfield (111.) Ileg
later. thorn or
so, Is the
The Crist .Mill Itcturrn.
Connecticut loads New KnRlanil
back to nn old Industry. Old-ftish-loned
millstones nro to bo turned by
hour can be
electric power derived from tho fall
formed Into flour, tho whole kernel
" being utilized. The gristmill, long ab.
j.. I sent from New ICngland ruturnH,
I'tltlU Contract hns been let for the build.
Way j 1 tng of a brick mill at llrldgopcrt, nnd
y I tho fundamental reason given for thn
veniuro 1.1 mai iianaae living in iiiae
section hnvo never been satisfied
with the whlto flours Americans pre.
fer. Thoy claim tho American pro.
cess of mnnufneturo robs tho flour I
of the whole wheat qualities neces
sary to gooil health.
Hash Statement.
At tho Worklngmcn's lnstltttt
there rose a fierce discussion iih to
whether women should bo given a
chance of filling tho high appoint
ments. "Twnuldn't do!" said a yottthfii
tind newly married firebrand. "Juit
think of a woman us a secretary ot
the treasury. What do they know
atout finuuoo, anyway?"
Ills effective pause va- spoiled bv
an older man. who said, solemnly
"You Just go homo to the missus
next Friday night .', short In your
pay, and you II noon find out!
Pittsburgh Chrotiiclo-Telegrapa.
In tho marriage ceremony of Doug
and Mary, when tho minister spoke
the solemn words, "If there he any
'who object, let them speak now or
forever hold their peace," ho dldvi t
I speak loud .enough ror the pesky oHl
Nevada officials to hear or aro they
so s ow that It took them a wee
to get In their kick?
Hlrminghntn citizens who Joined
the overall club to beat tho hlg'i
once of clothing aro now confront -
thi way cd with a raise In the price of over
pretty Intrl- ills from two dollars a pair to sx
to popular Iiee Vee Dee cmbs aro next In order
and after tbat ITg Leaf Legions,
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Mtstc 5" Essential
Nowhere Else a Display
of PIANOS
to Equal Ours
Thero is no store nnywhere that has a lino of pianos that crun
pares with ours. Think of It ono storo that handles all thaso
time-honored, time-tested pianos, showing them In tho very latest
stjles.
H
VOSE
ESTEY
LUDWIG.
Not only a great selection, but every ono eold under tho Jtnklns
plan (ono price -no commission), at the lowest price In the United
States,
roTOPi.Avrits and hahwooo kiktiup PIANOS and
OUCUICSTUAS I'Oll MOVINC. 1MOTUIIU SIIOWS, 17TO.
417 South Main
OMign nm.imi
A. J. CltU'i:. Manager
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