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THSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1920
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) IUblicul Quotation
.MONDAY, APIIII. HI, Htltll.
Tim meek shnll Increase their Joy lit Mm
i.nni. Imi. r.i.rj.
When C'lit tHt ly faith It present,
Tho sinners) tumbles rntinj
J IIm wiiyn mo truly iiIi'uhuii t.
Ami nil tilt pa tlit urn peace.
The Iurd It f tot ti tip Hi" meek; tin oaslotli the
wicked it to tlm ground. Psu. 147:0.
ru ifitiTj ksVh i'lti'siiti ; nTi i T 1 1 o i .
The-current iMttn of the IJtorury Digest cur
rlon it icport ot tlio first returns In tin natlun
wlde poll on presidential candidates. It In most
Interesting. Upwards1 of SS,000 votes urn tabu
lated between tlia flvn IiIkIi candidates on ohcIi
ticket, mid Herbert Koovnr, who In running In
this election tut neither republican nor demo
crat, tint In iiutiml practice has tlm advantage
of being on both republican nnil dnmnnriiilo
Tlio flvo republicans appearing In tlm tabu
lation urn Wood, Johnson, Ilarillnrr. I III dim
unit I.uwilcii, running In tlio order named. Tlm
iloinoorutM urn Cot, Kdvvnrds, Wilson, MuAdno,
Ilryim, nlno running In (tin order iiiiiihmI, It
uppoiirM very Nlcittflonnt Unit (Joncrul Wuml
lil tlm on tlm Hut tiy u vary milmlanlliil plu
rullty. 1 1 in lolul votn In i;lvon iui 5,8(17, whllo III"
nrarcKt rotnpotltiir Ih Itafuttor Jolinnon with
-,H S t. (lovarnor Cox Icitiln tlm itnntocrntn with
1,1:3 Governor Kilwardii nf Now Jorncy cotif
lnc next with 1,087, Hoover, without party
unit thoroforn drawing from tiotlt partlcn, i:ntn
nocnml plaoo In tlm ruttro lint with .1,088, Tlio
DlKcnt volnntoern an analynl ot tlio Hoover
vote, which It confcnHon In tint fair on thn faco
of It, wherein It Mntcn that of tlio total con
iildnritlitn tnnro than half are demncrntn not
wlthHtatullm; thn fact that tho Knntloinan hoa
finally drnlitroil ilinnolf a republican.
Thin Initial voto cnnio lurKrly from flvo
MiiIvm Ohio, Now York, Now Jornoy, Tcjiui
uiul WanlihiKton. It will ho rrrallnd that mont
of lliono ntatcn huva fuvorlto notin who nppear In
tho lint nt candlilatcH, thornforo thn voto Klvcn
Oncrnl Wood ntnl Honutor Jolinnon, thn two
hlfc'h men ovor nil hut Unovnr nppenrn thn morn
iilKtilflcunt. Yet that fact docs much to cllmln
Inh any nlRnlflcanco In thn Allowing made hy
thonn favorite nonn, Harding of Ohio, JMwardn
of Now Jorney, rnltulnxter of Wunhlnttton and
IttiKltCH nf New York.
Ono fraltiro nf thin Initial votn It nectnn en
tirely fair to rniphnHl7.n. General Wond'n vol
ulono In Rroater than thn cotnhlmid voto for tho
flvn dentoerntn, In which In Incltidod l'restdent
U'llnon. In other wurdfi, out nt tho upwardn
of an.000 votea thii.i far rerordert only 1,709
Ko to tho flvo leading denioe.rntlo candidates.
Yet nil of tho ntutett from which thn Imllt nf
this voto enntd hnvn recently hcon dnmocriitlc,
and the roclt -ribbed dnmncnttlo ntntn of Tnxna
In In thn lint.
The DlRMt promlnea a votn of at leant 7S.00O
for Itn tinxt lmuo. With that number to connldcr,
feouttured an they dnubtlecn wilt m over thn cn
tlrn nntlon, It will 1m ponxlbln to form a much
mtiri' nrctirutn opinion. Wo havo no doubt that
tlm rilatlvo ponlllonH of uomo of thn candidates
will .)hnn. Hut wo fully expoct to find thn
two lenders nmoutr thn republican randldatptt
Htlll leadlni? vhen tho tola! voto la announced.
Tiat'HINO WO.ir,.N POMTICS.
A wninnn'H ultlxennhlp conference, wan held
nt the Norman ntato unlvernlty lant week. Aa
thn name Implied purpnan wan to ItiBtnict
women londern In their dtitleM and prlvllctTOM aa
votltiK cltUnna. Hut aa thn event demonxtrntcd,
a unlvotnlty la tlm lant plnco In thn world to
uiHIUlre practical Infnrtnatlnn on that nuhject.
Mr. II. It. aititrnp, ulfn of Major fillMrop,
wna tho delotiato from Ulneoltt county, and nhe
write an Interoatlni; etory of tho affair. Wo
ijuoln thU from Iter report:
"The apjakera wern all tnemhrrn of the
unlvernlty faculty with thn exception of
threo Rnd theae wern ntatn offlclala.
Aa nn aid tn the new woman voter the
oonferoncn w more notabln for what It
omitted thnn for whnt It itavo.
Whkt Impraiweil mo nn the dnmlnant note of
tho first two days' nesalnna wan that tlm
Iwtgua of natloim muat be adopted If wo
are to be kept out of war. The opponentn of
tho league plan wern excoriated and l do
fenders were extolled. You wero jtlvan to
andoriitand that theno odticatcd nchonl men
were all In favor of tho lenKim and that,
Iherefiiie, everj'body clan Ahould bo for 111
No explanation waa frlven an o why nn ono
vvaa purmltted to ho heard In armament
al,alnt tho leamie. They could tu t havo
fnllcd tn realize that wonten who nro aln
corely nnxlotta to Team nro Rind to hear
both widen of n (iuohIIoii. Obvlounly, in a
renlly nonpartlnan conforonce, illnciiHsinn
i.liould not ho limited to ono nldn of what
hna hecomo qtilln Inntcly a partition ipieM.
Hon. Ah u rontilt, ono wna Impreaaod that
tlio whole nonfernnco wna Ioiikuu of nutlona
Mr. Ollatrnp falls to rccognlzo that nhe en.
countered the profeiwlonnl nvudetnlo mind run
nlnB true to form. There may havo been nome
partisan polltlcn In tho nffnlr. it would ho
etmneo tf tlirro wero not, Ilecntiao wo havo
not yet cot aviuy from that in Oklahoma. Hut
i km iK'ilbli nr itn in l mi. Inlii'l ih'
prnfi nnlonal tiit'id, wlm li .idinltn of but on" md"
to any iiucitlnn, and which In not only win
ntriteteil alotij: liroilwndl llnei, litil nmtif IB
Hm own litnorniicfi of prortlcHl affair, n no
Impropriety In folntln Itudf on nvery a ne ro
bin under any ami all clrenmnce.
We hnvn Krent renpncl tor our Institution ot
leirnlnn. Kut we can think of no plarn no Illy
tilted to Klve prnelleal advice nn tho dutlea of
eltlnrnnhlp. I "or tlm rlliponltlnn la there In ac
cept unnueotlotilnitly thn opinion of othara; to
attach In I bent y ami logic an Importune that
only cannon trouble in tho field of practicality.
If tha woman of Oklahoma nook Unefill In
formation eorieornlng the field of polltlea and
Rnoit rltlitonahlp they nhould liavw before them
wim aeaaoniMl napahla clear-thlnkltia polltielnna.
In nueh a unlvorally "Ml" Idnnil or tha late
ltor SiiIIIvhii would have made an Idnal pro
faaaor. Much men would have tnatrtictrd l ham
that nnn of I ha flrnt eaimnilala la tn eoneedo
two nldnn In every public donation; a aeeond, to,
view with tha III moat attaplelnn tha mere theor
lit.t hut to olnea your mlnil on riothlns until
ticiulroil Iriformntlon Justified you In rejectlna
It; Hint thn lieauty of thn American political
nyrtcin la illaonveralilH In tha practice which
lirluira Km brlKhtnat and moat piactlcal mlnda
Into clnnh ami conflict: that tlm aafaly nf the
Roverniniint icata on the determlnntlon nf tha
Individual voter to follow only where hla own
ml ml. huvlfiK uiada dlllRcut aiart:h for Infor
iiuitlon, ImpelH him to follow.
Thn profiiimlonnl mind would iihvot think of
linpartliiK nueh ndvlne. Cor It la unorthodox.
tiii: i'iti:sii)i:.vi i.vii mi.vd.
Thn pnoulliirltloa nf tho preablentlal mind ar
MKiilu neon tn the appolnlinent of thn labor
board, it Ih wild that all nine iumbi'in of that
vuntly Important board urn democriila. Admlt
tlux thn rlKht of tho prcnldcnl to ntileot the
incrnbcrHhlp of thin board ftom nmnnK hln own
party iinnnrlntci', what mtint ho aald of tlm Judge
ment that will permit no Impractical a ila
I'Hrllnnunhlp of thn moot offennlvo anil Inex
pedient kind hroUKltt on mont of ttpi unplcamint
nena concernlnr; tlm peucn treaty. The uuwIIIIUK
ueaH ot tho prcnldent tn nhatn renponnlblllty with
political oppotinnta ami ciiiiMlltutlonul aneoclaten
In treaty mnkltiK, loft him lnnluted tn tha oiltl
cal phancn of that work JuhI an hln own domi
nant will predetermined.
It Ih nalil on thn hltthent authority that at a
critical Mono of tho peace parley Mr. Wllnon woh
approached by very hllfh and Influential
Amerlraun. They nought (o prennnt now facta
and ho heard In iirKiiment cimoernliu; a pro
poind dccl.ilon which they cnnnldorcil Improper.
Tho prcnldent'M annwer waa almont unbellnv
ahle, yet characlerlntlcully Wllannomiun. Ho
"I wlnh to hear no new facta that will din
turb thn mould of my thniiKbtH."
Thn tnduntrlal nltuatlon In not a purtlnan fit
nation. Tho administration, throuoh the new
labor hoard, In not RoltiK to meet mere republi
cans In nerled ratlka of opposition to the entail
llahnd order. Mow utterly foolish, then, not to
havo mniln up that hoard In a blpartlxan way.
An It atunilH, the dt'ctnlona ot tho board wilt In
evitably bo nmialled on pari Irian Rrounda, and
thn prenldnnl'H party hn londeil with ntlll an
other handicap. And morn liiiucntabln ntlll, It
fallH to command public confidence.
I'crhapH It Ih Inevitable; that the prealdent
tnuat eelnct hln appnInteeH from Hint conntantly
narrowliiR olana who nppour aa hla peinonal
npoIoKlern and defendem. Wo can under
ntand how othern mlcht feel a great rnluctanco
lo hrcniiilnNT nnHocbited with Iho prenent ad
mlnlntratlon. And If tho rule net up In tho oanc
of Mr. LanflnK I" npplled Konontlly, than of
courno thn rubber ntamp quality In looked for
flrnt of all.
Which must Inoreiinc our Innftini; for that day
In 1921 when conntitullonal Rnvernment will
attain becomn thn rulo of tlm republic.
If wn tindernland Henry Ijine Wllnon cor
rectly that rentleninn linn noun loo hlah an
opinion ot the Mexican policy of the ndmlnln
trntlou ot bin namnwiUe. Well, Henry Ixtiin wan
a part and parcel of that odmlnlntrntlon for a
tlmo and ho certainly ahould know It unyhndy
The NVtv York elevator employim havo rconn
on a ntrlk. Now how would you like to havo nn
nfflco on O.o thlrly-Houond floor?
(CopyrlKht. 1U20. by i:dn.ir A. Otieat )
"They Nay my boy In bud." aim auld to me.
A tired old woman, thin and veiy frail,
"The ' caught him robliliiR railroad cara an'
Mtit spend front flvo to aoven yeara In Jail.
UN I'a an' I had hoped no much for him,
Ilu wtut so pretty mm a little boy."
Her eyes with leurn rew ery wet an' dim
"Now nothing that wo'vo got can Rive tin
"What U It that you own'" t ejueallnneil then.
'The hnune wo ltvo In." slowly aha replied.
"Two other hous worked an' alavnl for,
The boy was but it youngaler at my eld.
Some bonds w took the tlmo ho wont to war:
I've npont tuy atreiiKth aKiilnht tho want of
ago - ,
We've alwaya had aomo end tn nlrtim'.ln for,
Nnw ahame an' ruin nmour the final pta;.
"Ills im iiaa been a ntendy-itoln' man,
Worked day nn' night an' overtime, an
lln'a lived an' dreamed an' sweated to his
Tn own the hoime nil' profit should wo aell;
Hn never drank nor played much card at
Ho'a lieen a worker aluco our wuddlpK day,
lie's llvod his llfo to what ho knows la right,
An' why should "on of hla now tto iiitmy?
"1'vo rubbed my jeara away on scrtlbuln.j
Washed floors for wnmen that owned less
than we, ,
An' wlillu they played, tho ladles an' the lords,
Wn smiled an' dreamed of happiness to ho "
"And all this Hma where was the boy?" said
"Out Nomewhero plaIn'!" I. Ike n rlflo
Tho thought went home "My Clod"' nhn gave
"We pant too bus a prim for what we'vo
.lly OTIH I.OItTOSf.,
livery town. sn Ittlhe (lerrs. tins a mun who
Is used only to second nil motions.
tine of the things worrying Ituhs (leern of
Tlnhoinlngo la what became of tha money he
aavad by shaving himself.
The Ardmnrelle, the lending democratic paper
which supported Juke Mamon, la fenllng prnlly
aore t a Irfiwton rcpulillcan tinper for fiivorlng
Hnnator Horn over Hoott Kerr la.
According to Rem tor flora, the politician
maka mora nolaa than thalr numoar juitlty.
The new city manager nf Mnskofeo nays ho
haa hla ey on I hat hula In the pavement ami
will fl li tight awny. Now Just which holo
caught the maliaffer'a cys?
There la )uat this about "Jiika." After a drink
or two, maybe thre... thn drinker can talk nn
derstandlngly thn language ot all tho nations o.
In picking a teacher limine Hvnns of th
Chlckaaha Kx press aavs ha praters ono who
cttnaea to one who ncolds.
The Itenryetu RUndanl finds that a chloken
la not a nuisance if treated with propsr non
alderatlnn. If we only ktmw Juat what con
alteration la p-oper.
When we paid our gas hill thin month we felt
Just ilka Jeff did when Mutt found his "roll."
As wa understand ll. .Mr. Sutherland of Went
Virginia entered tho presidential derby merely
for the put pose of enlarging the flald.
Wi ar still anmmvhat In doubt as to Jiint
what won the war, and now we nro ll!tnnlng to
thn claim that tlm overall will preservo tho
Wuxtry' wuitrv' It R Petrol struck a match
yesterday Had he been near on oil tank or unv
other Inflammable substance, ami hail thn wind
been blowing n harder gnle from n different
direction, or Die fire deportment neglected to
keep the ehi tub n tnnks filled, there might have
been a serious conflagration wlib porhups a
thousand, maybe fifty thousand, dollar loss,
(jlaromvlcr of Public Opinion
WiiiiIh Men I'aiii in Ho I.ojal.
IMItor Win Id Notwithstanding that passage
of compensation for vildlcit is assured It never
theless pl'po s fii. n.l- ..f that measure to sen
your newspaper fighting It.
Had thn servlcn nu n boon given fair treat
ment on their ictiirn then- would have been no
ciy raised for adjusted compensation com
penaatlon. mind imi, not bonus. Instead, they
relumed to find their heal Jobs taken up by
others, all prices of living boosted beyond vision
of tho naked eye, and thn whole nation wallow
ing In an orgy of profiteering and prodigal
spundlng. with tho returned veterans looking
on as spectators.
You Hro chnrncterlslng the Legion's efforts In
Washington us high handed extortion under
duress. After" all It s the way you look at It.
Congiess created this situation by breaking faith
In their promise to alleviate their present situa
tion on tholr own volition, no It was up to the
o.xecutlve iMimmtllce of thn I,cglon to temlnd
thorn. The parliamentary bodies of C.innda and
Australia voted large compennntlnns to their men
long ago and did not irv to attach tho stigma of
mercenaries to their men
Your narrow observations on thn national sit
nation wum prejudiced when you characterized
Mr. D'Ollcr, the national commander, ns ego
tistically spenklng up for Iho Legion without
warrant, whereas ho was iiicu speaking nguliiHt
his own convictions, bowing to the will of tho
majority. The same l.ic of senpn Is responsible
for your censuring Unit body of dignified men
that met In Washington as executive committee
of the I.eglon, for the purpose of seeing Justice
fairly meted out. Their purpose wasn't self
seeking, but was actuated by an alarming con
illtl'm that, was naturally cropping oux tin
Htt'inmed over tlm land, due to the neglect nf tho
service men. You probably are not well In
formed that In certain states them are morn
service men In tho ranks of the I. W. W. than
are In the fold of the I.eglon. You urn not
UWHi'e of the fait, that of the I. W. Wh con
vlctcd lu (!cn Hal la. Wash . for murdering four
I.eglon men, two of the convicted men were
overseas men of excellent records while over
seas. Those two statements were brought back '
from the session In Washington by ntntn com
mander IIwk.iii. The proposed plan of com
pensation aa formulated In congress culls for
one dollar u dav anil with (he dUipiallflcatlon
of certain of men, It would Involve tlm expendi
ture, of ono billion dollars. It may be an enor
mous sum or dirt cheap In payment of an enor
mous debt. It's nil In the way yon look at It.
One thing la certain and that Is: should the bill
be defeated we will curry nnother post war pen
slim which will deplete thu treasury of billions,
considering the number of men that would par
tlclpiite. The fight In (oligress will be between the
northern and HOlllhol-n raetlollM 'Ph., liillA,- t7t-(tll t.
! like vmi1 paper. Is fighting the bonus for a very
somen icuaon. Tliey rear that a minority of
colored gentlemen will find themselves suddenly
rich anil dad. ne nnother oniHiiolputlon. While
they urn touring Ibis Impending calamity thev
lire forgetting aboiii the unrest of the larger
body of white men In the northwest, where a
post wnr condition Is re-enforelnR and making
formidable th ranks of the I. W. XV.
The southern group Is one class fighting till
measure Another Is Wall street which Is rais
ing the bugaboo about paulca while at the same
tlma floating a billion to a Htiropcun nation
desirous nf assuaging Hie wrongs of their own
soldier. The third group Is the 30,0fln wur
innde millionaires while Hm fourth one Is right
In the innks of the I.eglon. That latter class
Is confined to a group who stepped right Into
their prewar positions, felt no pinch throut-h
the war nut) Is now ilemagognlcally playing to
Oklahoma should far) cheap enough not tn
have voted bonuses to their own men (as have
done a numher of northern states Hint boast
loan wealth In resources) Instead of opposing a
tiHtlnn-wlda measure, as tha locnl papers are
trying to Influence ih state The writer Is tint
selfish in this, us he would not benefit hv it,
hv virtue of being u Icirul resident In another
state, go this statement Is unprejudiced.
Ah your paper suggested. It muv be a good
Idea to hire professionals like Mexicans to do
tho nagl Job. Certainly, If tlm prenent post-war
sentiment can he anticipated, and the present
system of rouit-maiilal be retained, there niav
lie not unite so Urge h force of men throwing
up good Jobs to do .1 job of Invading another
cmintrv. IJow.-er. litis threat should not be
taken too aerlouab llemetnber, wherever riot
ing takes pi us witness Hie lynching affair
up north a few months ago. there Is always thn
leglon to look up to tor protection Itudyvrd
Kipling was himself a soldier and ho knew when
"For It's Tommy this an Tommy that, nn'
Chuck him out. tho brute!'
Hut It's "saviour nf 'Is country' when tho guns
begin to shoot:
An' It's Tommy this, an' Tommy that, an' any
thing you please:
An' Tommy ain't a bloomln' fool you bet
that Tommy sees."
Percv Noodles, lust returned from a visit to
New York and Hut still somewhat cheerful
white way, leports that -
"Vice Is a niopstsr wdtb such horrors stamped
As to be h.i'-d to e N Inn to lie lamped"
Hut tbi i ' i i dmehier warnlnglv re
plies th i
"Hcon c'i r .r wi'h her mug.
Wo flr.it cnd.ir- i lie tv pity and then hug,"
Fighting for America
RrM In TV N.tienil RtfuM'"" . mY '
Uncle Sam "Senator, you have made
grateful to you aa it realizes the great
By- Jane PjheHps
wort to In
I ten I L'nliappliiii's.
That Tom oven believed mo Pi
part was a sort of comfort Hut my
tears fell fust as I stood before him
and listened to his ultimatum. It
was such an awful way to dispose
of my llfo. To send me back homo
like u child who had been naughty
and must lie punished
Yet I realized us I gazed at Tom
through my tears that nothing 1
could suy would help, duly he must
not be allowed lo believe I had beep
other than honlbly foolish and u:i-
! 1.) lot. nn ami pa. r I do itiy .nto
ir iiiMfciin tie never r in once
t. I.i to i I toward iho lull I was h"ld
nig i i- uioatli and watching htm
th.ough half dosed eyelids
When lie cume out he was dressed
for business, lie went Into the child
ion's mom nut I beard Junior's
voice In happy surprise at the early
visit. Thou the door closed and I
heaiil Tom go downstairs. Ills volco
and Norah's floated up to me, and
suddenly leull.lng that he might
Just. I would die If 1 could not make
ti t in understand that never had I
been unfaithful, never had nil tin
Many limes I had thought
iiiiIiiiiiov oriell I llJIll
what now looked like such non- , nudilenly afraid
ssentluls that wb 'ii ieal tumble was to limi s
upon me 1 was uuzeii, unaiiio io "umi uionuos,. H-
I e d my thmlgnta or cope with tho I as I timidly advanced Into tho room
situation. i 1 mougni
Tom did not speak again, but busleil , .-sotun give tun my nrenniusi.
himself Ht the dok. Ho went all "I haven't slept at nil. I answered
,i ,...1. ,i... hiiiu i i,.., i uiveo iiim not knowing what tn say lo this
once more, anil when i couiu en
dure the silence, his absolute uncon
sciousness of my piosonco no longer,
unlet, si cm -
I went quietly upstairs ami iiirew
myself nn the bed In a perfect agony
J low could 1 ever have iliougnt
myself unhappy until now? What
should 1 do In the terrible ilsvs to
rome whou 1 should . be sep.iral-d
from Tom'.' K orythlng seemed to
grow small, to dwindle into noth
ingness compared to tills awful thing
I bud brought upon myself Not
once did 1 blame Tom. not once din
I have an unkind thought toward
lllm because of Ills utt'tiule M ,-e.f-repro.ich
was ton ko n. im tecling
of remome too Intense
Ti'tn did not come upstairs im'l!
tho dawn w.ib breaking. Then lie
On rnn were ill is off a frier
alter hn- tells us soniethin' fer our
own good. Iko Moots has moved t'
Freedom a iiiuo Ford town, In south
Wasn't All Done in France 1 ( rhe "oroaeope
a great fight and the country will be increasingly
serv ice you havo rendered it.
, i cd riled over him until 1 frightened i
1 i.,.i ..I..... i..,..m. .. .i.miii, I
Junior Wants liaihly lo 'Pi. -
W. are going to see granny " I
old hlui. when, finally because of
t.la p. adlngs, I controlled my sobs, i
u and little sis. er and mother.;' j
I wants daddy to go too." he de- i
i lured "Is daddy going wiv us'.'"
N'o dear, daddy Isn't going." I re
pbed the tears starting afresh. j
"Then I going to stay wv daddy."
tho llitle follow stoutly maintained.
"Hut dun't ou want to sou tho
doggbs and tho chickens, and ol.iy
out In granny's big yard?" I asked
"L'm yes but I wants daddy too "
"Pet hups If you ask him he will ,
come after a while and play with the
doggies with you," I replied, a sud
den hopn that Tom might rclnnt bo
cnuiio of the children flushing over
ch fforicr took out n s
house before I saw lllm I
All right, then I 11 go wiv you
Jumped up, bathed my race, took off , ' .ri ..,.'iv
the rumpled clothes in which I hml ' , " ly
i..i.. r.. .i... i..-, ...... iinru nf iim Ilurlng the n
"" night ,ui pur.,., a fr.h morning I another trunk. Mr rrall.o.1 that the
Hit myself gown. Then I almost run down the i o wo had wou d not hold all 1
r'llellTalistalis. A. the bottom I stopped .hou M havo ,r ' hN '
What should I say
would bo a mcssnge. hut there was
nothing bu' my name nnd nddress.
and the order to deliver bv 11
Tomorrow Pndy on Time
you were sicepum. s" inm
"1 will teleginph your mother to
expect you. He ready to tukc the I
2 o'clock train. I will come up and
help j ou with the children, and
before I could gather my wits to'
reply hn had closed the front door i
and I heard tho elevator stop for i
I ran to tho window nnd watched
him walk along down tho street vl h
his free swinging stride.
Was 1 never to so wnt h him
Th tears blinded me so ilnt I
could not sen and turning from he
window I caught Junior in my a mi.
In Recital at
Reserve Scats Now on
"The start Inenti. but V nil .
Monday, prll II) IH'.'u
OMr!M. I-'O. tr itif MrtVire Vinjr -
i laiuis ati'i rU am i an s -for
good during the busy hoai
this day, according to ast:o.
Kurly in tho morning Mars i
It is a sway In Whb h there .
t-.e emphasized the spin! "f ii't
ulon whlKh may be lndli.fl.tcd
There Is a sign read as f.num a
lo the earth from which fare.,,
will draw largely in tno loinmH
harvests, but Mnrs ncems to tin. ,.
en competition and extrunrdtt ,r,
Jilncontent among agrlcultui
Is again foreshadowed, and
will express their foiling li tJi
lug political activities
Traiius today gives fair pro , ...
Li all who Invent and chpeci,.'iv
i bona who work on airplanes
Again, great piogross In a i u
is foretold and it may tti.i nf' i ,'
feet international relations
This Is an auspicious d.i
making new friends, especiallj :h..s.
who are of greatci age
Saturn, rubr of the sevent1 ay.
posea Venus, and the seers proper.,
many divorces nnd dlsuppotiitmin a
in love affairs.
Oongreea will suffer from a
nppolntlnc surprise thut ma af'
the future of many members,
The king of Italy continues
dcr a sway that 1' very iiicivi'
for It seems to presage many In -
nul troubles for tho count iv
Hotter conditions for workeis w.l
continue to prevail and ugulti o
prognosticated (hat liny will o
I'lBordcrs In the Trans. a.il , .
probable ns the summer piogies-.. .
Hardening Is to be morn popi
than nt any tlmo nltve the bcgloi
' of tho war ll Is prophesied
esthetic side of the avocation '
According to ancient lore
should b n lucky sway under wh
to hlro nmld servants Anv win,
employe wlm Is i ngagod to'
should be sutlsfuciorx
l'ernons whose Mt'Hid.it'' i-
should be unusually direful in fm
' clul matters during tin coming v
Chllilten born on this ibu I
I tie rnxh and generous to oxers- .
I Inclined to was'c mono Tic
i subjects of Aries and Taurus n
bo unusually gifted.
The Yourtfj Lady
A crass the Way
r a and
i' of place
d she w 11 a;
n n e- i
bloiif.es arc c,
ness office nm
f.ither' s cr
dresses in v
the famous violinist
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