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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1920
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Coino nmv, iinil let nit tensnn logcthfr, pnlth
Hip Kuril. though ymir sins lie mm scarlet, they
lll.ill tio il while iim snow, though t liy be red
like crimson, they shall Im us wool. Ipu. LIS.
I'or llltn whii washed you In IiIh blood,
Vn saints, ymir loudest songs propaic.
Id' sought you wandering fur from Cml,
Atnl null' preset vrs yim liy his cure.
Now, In Christ .lepiis, ye who snmotlmpp wre
fur nff mo iiiiulrt nigh liy Uiu lilonil of OhrUt
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A TVl'HJAIi 'I'l'liSA INCIIIHNT.
Dun In ciiubcp which need mil Im enumerated
hern hut, which In mi ponse rif Icctcit tin 111"
ptnhllily tif the community, the American Na
tional bank (if Tulsa I'litnn Into difficult waters.
A hank examiner wiih In charge nf Ihe Instl
tlillnii nnil, after Ni'Vcriil iIii)'h, iliirlnt; which
viirliiuit iiIiiiih fur tu't'pliiK tint Innlltutliin iini
hail lircn ciinnliliTcril, liml iinlfrcil lhi ilomti
rlnpcil. A larK" crnwil nf hfiiit-lirnkmi ilppiwl
turn wvw da inn rliiK aliimt llit i'iilrnnci.
At that iniiiili'lll IIiiIpitI MuKarlln, vlrn
lirvnlilcnl nf iiuolhur Tiltna hank nlipi'iuod hufnrn
tin' ptrlnkdti iliiiiiKltinp. I Ik ninuntcil u con-'
venlrnt mitoiuobllo anil tnlil tlm cinwd that IiIm
hank In ooiiipiiny with the other hankn of thn
city, hail Juki dccliloil to hhhiiiiid full ri'spon
Hlhlllty fur Iho ili'funrl iiiHtlttitlnii anil wnulil
pay tvrry ilcpoKltur In full.
Tilt) ncar-panli' ntnppoil iih Miililcnly im It I"'
imti. Cfitiflilrni'o wiim I'pHlorrtl. In a few nin
nicnlH tho thriuiRH Muriicd iiIoiik thn NtriTln In
ptirpult of thi'lr iiHiial itutli'H, Thn crowd In
front nf thn ilnnrn nf thn American National
mi'llPil away, pnnin to tlnpoiill thnlr paKn liookH
wllti thf relief hank iih liiMtriicteil; uthprH, ro
iifnircd to the ulmoKt, to hurry hauk to fnp
tory, Ptorn nr liulldlriK iirojent. Thn rlnlntf tltln
of Tu Ida hiiHlnccH, which licsltatrd for a hiluf
moment, roun hlwher anil Kathereil Kreater
foreo. The tnoriilnt; after founil TiiImh PtriuiKer
Wo mention thus prominently thlH tnelilent
iih phowltiK the typical Tillna nplrlt. Thnro havo
been other i'iihch whero thn local clearlnit hmmo
bnlptereil up a weak hank; Niimn ciihch where
me hank tuok over Much an limtltutlon. Hut we
tlnuht If them U another ciino of record where
thn local clearing houen hy one Uhh than mnml
inmi" vt, tuok over u wrcckrtl ban!: r.lrc.idy
L'IonciI, iihfliiined full t'cxpohHlhlllty for pntmlbln
loi-H, and for no other purpoHf than to nerve the
Wo think the net rcntilt Is thw: What prom
Ihod to lie a triittlo liability ban been converted
Into an iiKset of eonolderablo proportlonn. Wo
do nol tike to appear guilty of Keif pritUc, but
wo fancy that thn action wap preclHely what thn
oiiIhIiIo world expected of Tulsa. This com
munity In tnont thlntfn him iilvvayH been different.
It Iiiih followed no cptabllahcil ruin or precedent
In ilevelnphiK Itpelf. Whero other communl
tlen poiiRht Kovernment or political aid In town
luillillnu, Tulmi did It hornelf. Kverythlim In
thlH rninmuulty PtandH iih a monument to TuImii
pride, iiKKicHidvencHK, cournKe and Indetiendence.
We like In think of thlH pluinc of TuImii. It 1h
llu chief Blory and IIH htronnent foundation
ptone. 1'or what no outplde Interest hap lven
no outHlde Influence can take away. That there
are no wmkc (virnerp mourning thn Ioph of their
all today Ik dun to that fine and pplemlld ppirlt
which Imllded the town In the flrnt ItiMiince. and
hnH not lieHltated (o reneue It from threatened
danger on more than one ocoaKlou. In the fgen
of thlH demoUHtruted fact how foollnhly absurd
for olapxlHin to be talked here, niunh Ii-mh to bo
wiiKiti: cot'itAtJi: in ii.N(;i:uotis.
All people iidtnlro courage. Hut there nro
tlinep when rouriiKo la daiiKuroiiH. The nlac
rlty with which Tulwi adopted the Intent "new
tlilim." the menillH habit. Ih ludlcntlvo of tho
liopulur temper, which Ih to rink ono eye nt
leant on anything new and novel. If It lit a
trifle, rlpquc, ho lunch the better. It In cuhlly tie.
counted for, too. liniment and fine linen am
oxpeliplvo. Thn mere MniKcIo for bare exlHlencn
rostn it lot of money these lroubleoino dnyn,
following a wurto make the 'Woild Bafn for de
Wn can appreciate that. Hut hetwenu thn
heroic dcclhlon to go out upon ibe PtrentK garbed
in Mich Inoxpcnxlvc hablllmentH iih overallK and
dunlin JumpeiH. calico upronn und khaki hklrtB,
and tho Bolcmn oath proptiHed by I'rcHldcnt ).
Connelly, thero yaw iih h chainn of ugly poNMblll
tics. rrcHldent Connelly hIiowh courage of a
rurnsortin announcing that he will Join to other
men nf tdmllur ptundlng In u pledge to purchaec
ho clothcu for ii period of two yearn.
Wo would llko to tnko u peep Into the ward
robe of tho president. We fancy It Ih well
ptocked; that It would cahlly stand tho strain put
upon It; that his reputation for sartorial perfec
tion would undotgo no deflation iih a result, oven
though ho should assume, thn oath hy himself
regai Uku of. tho action of "uny other nation
tiMlcr the -ii ii n tin biininllilp wu wr.pt
fervrtiily il'ilarf Im. k in t h ' huh on" dn- "f
Mill niaiilfrntly thr- ptculdent lot' nrln In im
Pllre emulation. ,inl rlllbl ther la hrn ths
trouble In likely nay, nlmoit eprmln- to litn.
Ilonoialile men leaped Ihtll obtlttnttona. II la
the hnllmarli of good breeding nd Mfiitl" rnta
Inn. To do lenM than that la eoinlilereil iiiddlah.
It Ih not to he thought of. Therefore It In to I
iiMiitned Hint men onr-H iiHBiitnlUg Hip iitripoaed
obllgiitloli would keep It ileapltn every thlna'. II
la tlila eonvlrtlon thai Klvea tia iauw Htid eniia
UP to shudder at p(MWlbl eonperiUflieea.
I 'nr we have In mind nerillmnm of goml re
pule, rcPieriiihln i otinei tpina anil honorable vit
iation who long befnro thw two jrepra wr up
would be compelled to go down upon the at reels
In thai peeiillpr garb ileplgnnlrd In thn vernaeii
far aa the all In-aether. And Ihern la it law
iigiilnat Hint, Hrnlety haa prearTtlwd eortnln
eptimini mrnliml that port of Ihlnit. II la tint only
Isn't done, not even In thin "new day," but It
Isn't nvnn permllted.
The rensofi. loo, la ileal. In audi hm I'ltretn-
Hy It would bo painful Indeed to wltneaa what
would certainly be n ommon sight upon the
sidewalks. That fpt Judge, an iim all but dlgnlly
mid only mi iinreilHln hold upon (Iih!, would
entiHe n riot coming to hla office along Hip penr o
fill sticeta of this I'hilntbin town. And oven the
augulH would hang their hmids In liam to wit-
iihph pomn of the lottKboyp poiimtlllg th pnve
mentp In I he rnlmiml of Adam, 'Veil though
th nut waa aeconlliig tit the very latest Imita
tion. Knougli Iiiih been mild to puggest I lie ugly and
Illegal possibilities. We plnu I with I'realdeut
Connelly to wltbdiaw his pioposlllon befiirH
sotun daredevil lakes him up and the movement
starts In earnnst. There are some things wuiP"
'ban buying expensive i tellies. (Inn of them In
to attempt to go without any.
Thn nxpmlment would be peifeelly afe to
those comparatively few gentlemen with thn
men on ami foresight to stock their wardrobep.
To t Ii Ih claps of gentlemen prohibition Iiiih no
perils even unto HiIh day. Hut for the common,
average herd we movo you, .Mr. Chnlrinmi, that
the gentleman's motion be laid on tint (aide.
A member of the New York legislature Is out
In a Htatement ch.irglng Hint llipior was used
to bring about the iixpluslnn of thn soclnllsl
members from that body', lie charged that mini)
of thn mnmheiH were so drunk they did not
know what they were doing or sajlng. We men
tion the story nol for tho purposn of holding a
brief for one Hide or tho other. There may have
befti llipior present on that occasion. Then)
may havo been none. We might icppoiid to a
wild, almost uncontrollable curiosity, mid In
UUlie as to tho pourcn of supply manifestly a
mom apt ami pertinent ipieiy than any other,
hut wn resist that temptation. What we marled
out to observe wiih that If drinking In behalf of
the quantity suggested wiih present In behalf of
thn motion to oust Dm socialists', wo are not at
all surprised that tho motion wiih successful.
There ate. perfectly good mid honorable men
who would feel Ihcmsclvrii slipping these iIhvh
In tho presence of n riuart or two. Wn have Iho
aver.igu cltliseii's respect for the honor und In
tegrity of men, but wo Insist on ndeiiu.ttn reser
vations In expressing confidence in whtit any
legislature will do If that legislature Is properly
exposed to thn Influences, under consideration.
Mr. Ilamon, somewhat familiar In political
rlrcles, baa suddenly appeared tn Oklahoma
city after a vIhII through the east In pursuit of
a vice presidential iiomiuallon. He arrived In
the slate capital talking a big. new hotel and
railroad station combined. Which minimis
iih thai the delegates to the republican national
convention from tlm Oklahoma City dlstilet am
In dispute, und recalls thn fact that under simi
lar circumstaurrp Mr. Ilamon made the I'.nld
folks wild promises of thtee or four prospect oil
wells. Our iidvlco to Oklahoma City Ih to have
the draflH cashed befnro signing on tho dotted
line. TIicho are days wheu prudence should
Tile ex-servlcn men who, In the uiimo of thn
American legion, me forcing congress under
duress to open the treasury vaults to a raid In
their Interest should understand that they are
forfeiting not only tlm confidence but the respect
of a very considerable part of the Amerlian pub
lic. Wad we known wn were raining a purely
mercenary miny It would probably have been
cheaper to have gonn to Motion and the Houth
Vmeiban countries. Nor x I'migretw endearing
Itself to tho country by its puplmi cowurdh'n In
With respect to tho local situation the Irish
section bosses' laconic icpoit, "olf ugiiln, on
again, gonn again. I'lannlKln," peoma to fit to
(Copyright. 1 tS. by Hdgar A. (luost)
The simples task seemed hard to do,
I dragged my way about the place,
I fell all light, and yet I knew
1 feareil the work I had to face;
The children seemed to worry me.
And that'H a sign that soincthlng'H wrong,
I thought of dreadful things to bo
And then 1 hcurd a robin's song.
i scolded over Ijille things
And slopped the youngsters at their play.
It seemed in nervea weio Jumping sprlugw.
For. I was finding fault all day;
My hands would not obey my will,
1 had no lellsh for my food.
I'd lost my cunning and my skill,
And I was in a hitler mood.
Then green appeared upon the trees
And robins broke the day with song.
And from iho south there same n breeno
Which brought the scent of flowers along;
I turned my back upon It all.
Dropped every task and stole awny.
And went where neither door nor wall
Make prisoners of human clay.
I watched the white clouds drifting by
And heard the chirruping of blrdH,
Kouml pictures to delight the eye
And heard no sound nf selfish words:
T spent n day with trees that know
l''ar more than man has ever learned.
nd 1 could bear my bit .f won
And smile once more when I returned.
liy 0118 f.OHTOM
Alroulyii pl.n b l.on n i ilde In I he ll" ld
rlly nf the ileiid f.n II. r . 1 1 f.id
The h nth r.t Itngi r Hulllvnn in Chu ico ..
pome I'Vlrlsner. th.it n prdlllrsl boss iirin.t Ui
And altll the political strittKlla are all .
. says Hip Mhnwnep News. I'srhaps th.l i
why Hcretnry Darilpls wants a hlgRpr ii.iv
A lot nf men wlm can rans a fllvvrr, otn i
Untie dseraof Tlaltomlngn, imaflne ih ."
nisnhanlea. - .
A woman InvestlgMtor la In JHuahoRap m.iki.
a survey nf the bsrl-hug Industry. Mhc fi. I
from the census Hist lbs elmex Im lulai lus p .,
illation of Miisaogee has been very much und.
Them la rrafm to bplleve that lb" t.'e
"lusher'' In oil field parlance came fi "in .1
manner in which some young man ulk . 1
We nollee that Hen AlHlthews and .lohn Tlnu
man are sttll running for rditef nf police i'
ITIaremnre. suhjeet to th "will of the vntrtu
The Pile of rtillela which thp JVmltnr awept out
of Convention hall Thin artsy mornlnK following
Henalnr (lni'a spsrteh. has been Identified as be.
hinting tn Heoii I'errla.
The glil on Mouth Main says It was her pry
Hp sensp which tmiielled her In hrnk her lat
tiKnmPnt after noting hla appearance In on.
of llirww opp-pleee overall slillj.
There are geniuses who ean pill a permute in
wave In ti voung lady'a hair, says the Dull..
News, but theie Is iiohorly smart enough l .ii
n permanent etei,s In ik .V"U"g genilemii.
A llllle Tulsa miss who has lived all lo r l '
In Ibe hnusn she waa burn In, sin riled the hi.ii
hold the other morning by moulting: "M'.ihei
( why don't we move? It's so uuromantii in u.e
hi the some house alwaya."
.Illll after a severe dust storm Iho other il.iv
Hie manager of the Chli'kasba bapeb.ill i lob
found ll necessary In lelense four of Ills leeruj.'
I'hey had passed through the dorm wlHiou'
gnlherlug their rpiota of Hand.
The Purnnl Demociat wnnls It undi rslood
that the auumihccmcut by Senator ll that
his campaign expensea will be limited to J.iOnil
does nol meiin that the senator has withdrawn
from the picsideullal rare.
tiaromclcr of Public Opinion")
Dronoiny Is I'lo-dhlc.
(iov'ernment r xpetises can be kept down If
Ihe men who hoM (lie government purse string
want tn keep them down. Legislators! who
take their duties ecilously and are willing 'o
work haul for economy can keep down the bills
even In this period of high prices. This ha'
been proved In New Jersey and In Illinois That
ll i'ii n be done Is a fact Albany should realize
New York Hun and Herald.
I'or llcee ami CocMalW.
tiovernnr lMwards' Interpretation of his vote
In Michigan Is that "ll wiih not opposition lo
prohibition so much as opposition lo being ile
prlved of a personal light without an upper
tnnlty lo pass upon the iiicstlnii." It is neces
sary to dlsagiee with the governor IIIh vote
wap a straight vote for beer and conklulls, and
In overkilling opposition to prohibition. It Is
unkindly of tiovernor lMwards to misinterpret
the Inlenllotis of his .Michigan supporters, whose
sincerity In opposing prohibition cannot bo
mixed up with constitutional law or the nirtii
plivslcM of the mi I ill ii t rights of thn Kgo.
Ilaiiiiliig Their Own Ciiue.
Kilt far greater than this Is the damage
which the strikers are doing to their own cause
of organised labor Thev nie In rebellion
ngalnst their own leaders They ,ne repudiat
ing their own rnntractH and demonstrating by
their present faithlessness that It would be liUe
for any employer here after to deal with them
collectively. They me even orgauiJuc Into
Independent unions ngalnst the old brother
hoods and so are trying lo destroy tho great
power nrejiilrcil for their members through
years of work for a comprehensive solidarity.
From their own standpoint (he folly of It all Is
unsurpassed. The railroads could nol possibly
have done so well In recovery of their old grip
on the railroad-labor situation as these rebel
lion!! brotherhood men nro doing for them.
New' York World.
Condemn' Ibe Koniis (Jrnli.
Kdltor World- Having noticed some of the
comment carried In your publication concerning
Iho bonus for soldiers, and being very much In
tercfted In Ihe ultimate disposition of this prop
osition 1 shall attempt to state briefly my views
on the subject and some of the reasoiiH why 1
am against any kind of bonus at this time.
All patriotic, led-blnoded Americans, whether
service men. or not, are against the suggeH',nil
proposition thai would consider objects of char
ity those who have worn the uniform of our
country with honor without icg.ird to physical
condition, or actual necessity in each Individual
case. Tho Idea of giving strong able-bodied
men who sustained no physical Injury or handi
cap In the servlco a cash consideration for hav
ing done IiIh duty In the service of bin country
is absurd. Thev do not need It, and they who
him a snark of patriotism In their bosoms
would nol have tL'.DOU.iliHI doll.irH additional in-
debtedness Middled on the government at tills
lime for tills purpose.
It Is true that money cunnnt pay for the serv-
Ice rendered bad Its basis In our patriot I.
service rendered had lis basis In our patriotic
duty lo our rountry, and who among us once
thought of money when wo wine earning our
service pirn pa, whether they be gout, mue or
silver'.' The only logical relief for those who
really need help would be In the form of a loan
at a low rale of Interest, to be used foi pur
chasing homes, either In the city or country
with a mortgage on Ihe property securing the
same. Such a scheme would not add lo our
enormous national debt, would furnish assist
ance lo those vvlio really need It, mid last. 'ut
not least, would not bo an attempt to place u
pecuniary value on the service tendered in the
discharge of our sacred patriotic duty to otu
ll Is my opinion that had ll not been fur ihe
efforts of petty politicians seeking personal
advantages the Ameitcan Leglmi would not have
changed its policy and end. used the bonus plan,
ami that were It not for the weak-kneed poli
ticians in congress who hoped to coop the sol
dier vole of the country, said plan would ulti
mately he defeated. And It Is my opinion that
In departing from the policy announced In tta
Inception and taking an active part In attempt
ing lo put through congress the so-called bonus
legislation the American Legion hns ceased to
lie an aid to good, honest, businesslike Kovern
ment and become a menace.
J am in favor of helping those who are physi
cally disabled, but that Is being done under
existing loan. Any other assistance, other
than a loan for the purpose above Indicated.
h unnecessary, undesirable, contrary to tho irn
dltlotiH of our country, and would Impose an
unnecessary burden on our treasury depart
ment, which l already facing n 3. 000,000. ono
deficit for the current year t'nele Sam needs
assist a nee more tb.in a 1 irge per cent nf the
soldiers l.ei us bilp p.n existing ..lillgati.uis
j Insic.i.l of (Killing i . tin f.ime
ry i ii v i m
, Tuba. April 111.
Jt A ItliVNULDa.
The Chanin World
Tin army of the untmployd In timtt pall.
f oi-v a ml
m w i
map mamm tv h mamm.
Ttit Jatlar of th ait. The dollar today.
I Tht party Una of th past. The party tine ti.day.
By: Jane. Phelps
ru iti:u exxxv in
I a friend
Tom Talks Colli Daylight.
"What do you mean, too late'"' I
aswed between racking sobs.
"1 shall borrow money and pay
this man beforo yop have humllluted
me. I shall have to embarrass my
self to do It, but that meant) nothing
now. I will see the tradesmen and
explain that you kept them waiting
without my knowledge. Then 1 shall
start alUover again. This time alone.
"What do you mean 'alone?'" I
looked In Ills vVblte face and a ter
I ihle fear gripped me
"Just what I say. You will pack
jour things Immediately. You will
lake Norah and tho children and go
to your mother's. 1 will pay her a
full uiu. mot for your keep, and the
trouble. Also I will pay Norah. I
will do both of these things myself
then I will know they arn paid. I
will give you an allowance for your
self anil the children I'or In splto
of your being such a bail wife, you
havo been a good mother," again hla
voire sounded choked.
" bad wife, what do you mean by
"Just what I say, nnd hellovc."
"All at once It came over me what
Tom thought Ho believed me un
true to him when I never had one
unfaithful thought. It dried my
tiars and stopped my sobbing. It
was too awful to contemplate.
Tom Is Adamant.
"Tom Tom - y ou don't think,
you don't dam to think," I cried,
gaining murage as I went on. "that
I have been faithless That I ever
had even an untrue thought'.' You
can't think that! You can't! I won't
"Men don't give married women
money for nothing," ho answered in
the same cutting tones he had used
during the entire interview savo
when ho bad .1 cntloned tho chil
"Hut I letl you. Tom. I took his
word that he was lending it tn me ns
A HE MARTIN
"I've knowed two or three ex
president t' make a swing around
th' circle, but why a feller that's
been defeated three tunes don't hunt
n llo'Tei lot; It, morn'O 1 kin tell." In (el n
ttsli. .1 nil Hinkley i da Tipton awn when he knows that if his cf 1
Hud "in bed build h s spring bullions met" wiih cucc. si h i i Aae
u s next i i npossibio f ii men t tan al'-mmmtr a Job ninn.nf; tho
1050 Ur llwtTnrmwOimptnr I
Tht army of tit a unempfo.vc f today.
JMOW1 ) .
I liked pretty clothes and
have the kind I wanted
you gave me 1'erhaps I
JT. t 1 la. ,, .ii.. i -
did wrong, awfully wrong to run In
debt and to borrow, but I never did
nnythlng else. You must bcllevo
"What I believe will not be al
torert by anything you say- You
have hesitated at nothing to ruin mc
for your petty foolish extravagance
If I If men knew more about the
prion of the Iokh their wives dress
thcmsolvcs In, and tho price the
wives paid someone to get the
money, wo wouldn't be o easily
fooled. It's a wonder someone had
not told nie. A clerk's wife paying
hundreds of dollars for lirr clothes "
nnd oncn more he. laughed that aw
ful laugh, long drawn out and
"Hut Tom you won't send me
away I won't go'" I was desperate
now that I at last sensed what ho
believed. " won't go "
"Oh. yes you will. Krom now on
you will do what I say. or" -
"Or what?' I interrupted
"I'll divorce you," he said coldly
pointing to tho check be ndded. "I
Itavo evidence enough you know '
The y ding 1 1 I across
All suddenly I fell that nothing
her father say we have
savo only one thing and , only president more
to compel Tom to believe sbr. Hhr. thinli Hie
If only we could look ' "Id be pretty heavy
see what a wreck deceit a man
and unfairness can make of our
lives bow few of Ux would stumble
as I did. Hut we go on ami on in
our stubborn way until wc como ton
trench so deep and wide we can not
cross it and nil because we 'will not
I 'lead I in; Docs Not Avail.
"Oh. Tom. dear," I spoke calmlv
for tho first lime. It wap the calm
ness of utter despair. "You must be
lieve me. I never have done you
wrong. I never havo thought of such
"Yet, you say he made lovp to
you," Tom sneered.
"Yes. he did. I shall never tell
you another untruth, never deceive
you again as long ns I live, Tom
dear. Ilo did make love to me but
I ran away from him Thai was
why I had such a hendnehe. 1 was
fo frightened I couldn't tell you
dear I thought I couldn't until we
had made money enough to pay bl.n
Then I w.ih going to tell you all
about It. Honestly I was. Tom "
ttwl (" 1 i i
In Iteriial at
would havo me believe i
that you did all these things, helit-:
lied me in this way. put y.iuiselfl
under obligations to a man foi the
ake of a few clothes. Why"
"Yes. Tom dear You don t Know
what a queer hold tho desire for
clothes gets on a woman It Is like
a man who gets drunk I think lie
must want tho llipior torrit.lv to
lake ll when It makes u be no of
him. Well. It's like that with ...
men and clotlvs. Motile worn, n
n.e. I was almost cra.y over ihr
dents at times, but I cotildn i icsist
liuylng what I wanted to wear if
there was any way to get it And l
did. Hut that was all, on mv soul
Tom. I'lease dear, don't send tnc
"You will go tomorrow no. to-1
day," he looked at his watch. Hut I
noticed with a little thrill that mi nie
of tho terrlblo hardness bad gone
from his voice. Perhaps he believed
:ne after all. Ile must hn must
"There Is no use In your talking or
objecting. It 'a a terrible ending to
all my dreams. Sue. but it ts the
wonders what on earth pos
man who will work s. Ii.u d
ll" South Main
V .I. Ciipo, .Manager
irnnil utnf.il nf mut3 nt. l.ta
Q licnnic's Notebook
The l'.nk A.. News.
Weaih. r. Not so much of A
Ii.moki m ihe morning wen you get
outside of ibe covets. .
! sissict.v Mo Maud .lonson ui
better and is once more in our num.
H.IVIHK she was.n t axullly sick ony
ii "ll"le Indisposed on account Of 1110
l'nnie bv Skinny Martin.
ii the k was blue hp blue could b
O (he . Uiud.t Was wile as chrtWk
O 1 looked at a bord flying way UP
w.if ..irv I rould ony w.iwk.
l..it.i. r.ihlon Notes. MHs 1or
r "r r Miluer is having a dress iniido
h her ino'bers private dressmaker,
,ist Kiti.bi.iv afllrnonn being the
id tune she slood up to have It
pinncl on her and she Ixpecks to do
it .igcti 'the dress will be ml witn
with I. ue ihings on It and wi.l f.'
perfi . M
vvertlzement. Wv be borcrt'
We will conn' erround and blacken
our f.ieen and tern our co.its Inside
nil a lid tell you tnlnstrl show touM
for 20 sents a hour. See Kenny
Polls Htid Artie AllXrflirler.
Avvertlsonient. Make packing
oasv by having up come erround and
hand things lo ou for IS senli a.
hour. See I'uds' Hlmklns anil Sam
"The "tnr- In-111!" I'lll .1" n.'l r !'
Saltiiilay. piil 17. 11120.
ThU Is .in un.iii.iiiv lm U day.
.iccoiillng to astrology for t ranils,
Venn Neptune and Jupiter .no all
In benefit aspect.
All Important affairs should bo
pushed, for the rule Is held to Im
part vision and Judgment as w.l an
to guide activities In a manner that
Much foolish prophesying con
corning thp future may deter Initia
tive, but the wise will follow their
own best inclinations'
Jupiter Is read as forecasting
large expendltui e of money In pub
lic affairs and Jlio seers foretell u
political campaign of grent pxirava
giincn In (lm outlay of money.
Again women are subject tn tho
most encouraging and promi-dug
guidance of the stars. Leaders will
arise among I hem nnd one of tiieso
will attain great honors and high
Appolntmcnt of women to t-iuto
and national offices of govcrnti'jnt
will b many within tho next few
Political troubles had been fore
told In (iermany, but It should Im
recalled that tliete is also a fore
cast of great upheaval and anxiety
111 Switzerland and Norway"
This Is designated as a rarely for
tunate wedding day. slncn lichc.S
and fame, as well as happiness, aro
Hallway accidents and labor dif
ficulties again aro indicated hy tho
Mexico will focup attention morn
nnd more during thn coming weeks,
for there will be widespread propa
ganda for an against intervention.
A sensational Incident wilt Incrcapo
interest In our neighbor.
Much discussion regarding trado
problems will take place In tho pub
lic prints from this time on.
There Js a sign read ns affect
ing financial affairs nnd even cans
Inj alarm, but there should be no
widespread panic Ui tho natural
course of events
Persons who blrthdaln it Is have
tho augury of increase in money
and happiness. The young will
court and marry, while even their
elders atn not Immune from ro
mance. Children born on this day arn
likely to l)n successful and luckv
all through life. Ah they are on tho
cusp they havo both Aries ami Tau
Co,-tfht. 1020. hy tht M "lurf Nr,"lTf SmdlMU)
Minder Cnsp Set for Trial.
Trial of Kied Hadgeit ami Monto
Morris, accused of fat illy stibbins
north of the city last month, wn
the way says
set for May & in district court yes
terday Trial dale of Wheeler Coop
er, third defeid-vot implicated In the
fatal affair who drm.indcil a pev
ei ancc mid .eparne hearing of bin
ease. Ii is not i.i c ii set
bad a nun
ban once and
for so young
ii ii-i i r,. ,
the famous violinist
To lirnr Mlschn Ehnnn is n privilege nnd nn
opportunity which every music lover will
wtint In cmbrncc. It presents the unique
opportunity of n direct pcrsontil observation
of lilt wonderful nrt for compnrnlivc cou
nidernlion with his historic Victor Records.
Cmitt m and hear Elman on the Ylciroln.
Tkwt are' Vidoxs ud VictrulaK in grea!
lu'itttjr of stjflov. WeU tflar dtmrastolc
ittfca' st any Hoior. amd lidl vera nhavd our
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