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TULSA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920
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Q Ddilll Iliblical Quotation
ritiitw, Ai'iuii man.
Uejulae not iigiUnst this ii mlna enemy when
I (fill, I ahall arise Mli . 7
Lot Mm fainting "'in I !' cheerful,
Lei llii' llmld iiiih ha brute. 1
Why should tiny I faint or feaffill
Whom III'' Lord ilellaiilx In save-' .
V1 1 f Ml I III- ICHPIloa,
Mntan pan no more Mnsliive.
Inrrt, rt lli'Hi up tli Ughl f thy enumoniiiie
IIIWH im. I'Mi. I S.
Tho clocli market U nelltig jiltl 1 1 It we Iuin
boon feeding for Btfinn tlmo. '
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If l wiis li i nmy for tho people In Mil lid of
I In' onrpointUin cniiiitilssioti a It hi fur the cor
piuiitioii fniiitiilsalon In get I lil of IIm i.tu iiltiyntt
Wi liulliiVH lUc wiiultl lii ii tot lirlgliti'i .
. triifh-il iiiiiloyi III Hie liiiinu of .Mm. Iliiinll
Ion l'ili illKMilii'iiri'il 1.1 hIkiiiI llii' wiiili' limn
JTR.niid win Hi nf JmuiiIm ilgiiiiiiii oI, mill now
llm liiiirtlnnn oimiliiycr lilnla thul IIm two utint
Hut tlnU lulling In I'oiitoloti county Inu't t ho
rlitt lliliu; Urn n(nti Imi imlil for ullliom i:i't
tliilt Milnn III rulurn. Why nil tint fniM nhoul
tint 1 7
CoiiKl'i'Miniiii ''' IiiIIh Hip lilinlimiHcn that It
will cum Jii. Odii, iMHi.omi in rim Dm Knvnruini'tit
nrM ywir. Thai In koIiik to In' u vory wclKlity h
huh In thin ynr'H i'iiiiiiuiIrm. (iiivrninictit, llkn
flVfl)tlllllK I'Ikl, 111)1 lll'COIIIO ho iixih'IinIvo t tin t It
i'ciiki'h to Im mi iiilviintiiKi' or own lolt'riililii. Wo
ilon't know how fur thlH ciivcrniiirnt In from
that point, hut wo do know Unit u nix-billion ii.
In r Koviiriiiui'iit iiiikIiI In ho u lot inoril offvcllvo
nml ofriciint iiml viilunljlo than thin Kovorutucnt
Ik. TIio pi'OpIn mo KoInK to utrrt tlio rcpiihlUMii
inirty In piiwrr on thn l Ix 1 1 n vt cxpoitntloii that
villi- alli r next It lll not oimt (100, 0011,0011 tu
t Hciiulno, oliUfaHhlpui'il itomocriiry Iiiih not cn
tlroly purlHhi'il from t lie oarlli, It In Mill lo tin
fouuil at tho hall park, tn society, at I ho I lio -nti'm,
hi IniKliipHfi. evon In pnlltlcH, hvIiIoih'oh nf
Ulan mid onnlo mi1 not difficult to iIIkcovit. Hut
In thn KmliilHlnnil ami IiIi'iu'Iioth at ilm hall yard
notliliiK of tho Kort oxIMh. Such muff iloonn't
I In he In IIm tiiiHi'liiill iilnioiipliiirc. Thorn thn
hlRhhrow L'liiirutiiuiiu coiiich out of tho "xpcH"
,lo rind hliuM'lf HlnppliiK tlio Junk dealer on tho
liacl! anil imo'Ihb thliiHH that would uiako tho
n -nlin ,hnlil up IIh IiiiiuIh In horror; tho hanker
In chummy Willi I Im urtlMoii, tho .Madam liot
'toukM foiRctH hviHolf nod cliHttum dollKlitfully
with hor uhnrtMiuiun. Tho proxx may ho tho
pnllldlum of our llljcitlim, hut tho iireni Amcil
'csn mime lx the t'oinoiit that Im liutil Irifr toKothor
tho Imltlcini'iitM nf dxinticracy xtnndhiK In tint
wiiy of hnltdiuvUt claiuiliiin. If yoi really wont
lo AmtrUiiinlro pvcryhody let Ihetn enact a law
fnroliiK attuiid.ini'o at the hall Kim.
u nniti: ,iti: Tin; hi'mocu rs or.ininv
Thai iiucxtlou In IiuIiik iihUcmI hy edllorx, pub
llelxlx and polltlclatm In nil xectloiiH of the coun
try, ax primal y alter primary Ih held iIIhi'IonIiir
a xhi Inl.-iiHfi' In Hie dmnoeratle vote prcxaKluB nh
HOluto dhimilutloii ot thu party. In the XebniHka
primary held Tuexdny two of tho iiatlonnl lend
nm ot Mm dcmoinitle puny wcio oontPMtliiK for
hoiinra, llrymi, thrlco the party nominee and
for mom limn n ipmrlcr of century iim Idol, wiih
wekltiK idwtlon a b deloKHtu to the cnnvcntlnn.
.Senator Illtchcotk, adinlnlatriillnn lender In the
ftiimt. whh niklDK eniloixoinunt mm u prexldnutlHl
.eitiidldiil nml won oppiixliiK lliim Influence In
fiutalnly tlilx ahould luio IiioukIU .to tho
polU tho i'uII iriiHlli of Iho party In .Nehiankn.
Hut the rctiiriiM. s liltu not complelit yet, uil
i Hte Hint Neb kn votein havo only a mild tn.
teiexi In democratic politics. In approximately
half of Hi- iu'm'Iiifim of tin Ntnto reportliiK
Wi'dnoadHy. OU.SHS oiectorx voted an roiulillraui!.
Wlllla only Sa.OSO voteil hu iluuiporutH. Yet In
I It Hi llie dciiiocriiilc ticket awejit Nchraaka like
We Imvo xeen a almllnr reaull in I he primary
held In ikiutli Uakuta. MlUhlaati uml llllnoia. in
MIclllKKIi. iinollu'i- ulato lairlcd hy Wllkon In
1911!, the intHl ilemocrallii voto wna not only u
caedlngly light, hut llmr una preent a factor
Unit Im of trenumiloUN xllKiilflciuire. Nut n hIiikIo
votr In Mint ntHtc niMl a ballot for Woodrnw
Wllmm. It la tiuo IiIn name wim not on tho
bnllol. Hut neither wro thu nume of Ilryan,
Owim and aevcral ollmia, oauh or whom received
Honm coiuplliuentary vntex. Hut nut a man In
the state of JllohlKlan wioto in tho name of the
prcMdnnt, and the two RiiiiMomuu who were run
nliiK ax Iho avowed Nupporterti ami defenders of
Mm udmlnlrtrallon trailed iiilwu'iibly In the ruck.
J ii the (IcorKla primary of Tuexday no re
puhllcni ticket appeared. Hut il in not at .ih
dlffh ult to luvvohP the clear Intcntlmi of the
' 'h i paile Ip.ited In lie delicti i.ue ot
liife- There were llir"c mndldalea Uciural 1'ul-
. i iiinini k II" a. mii'j'or It i Mid id f. mill if Mm
iilmli'l .1 1 .il Km 1 Mill. i Kmllli rili,.ii,x ilenin
. ml Imi on' inn imIk ' i II Ii of the iidmlnlftlinlldn,
.- tul Tom Unlmin. the nlil iopnllxl nirlliHl Hinl
i, liter nppuiiMit of I In- li'MKiir- nml M llmm Thn
riMill I (lint t)i" Nlnlr itlvlileit nliiiiixl equiilly
Mirer nayB. I'almoi, tho mlinlnlRlf-iillnh i-iirnll-dnie
Hfipvnrx lo Imve won iilumllty eiiilnrMt
ln.nl l.y Ihf Hllrthtciil HMlll,le lend. Hut thn
nlill-nflllilnlxllnlliill vote polled Hllillh nml
W'Hixnn wi re nliiioiit iwn in ono (nnnlimt him.
Wlwt, ihn, linn Impomo of thi mllliHiii
flenincrmy of BH" And, If we may hn pff
mtttml tn numitlon, whrrn tin ihn vrntltnifn net
Miflr warrant for aanorllnit that (lie Amcrliah
pfop want lite lue, .xpurtuleil, niiospitr
ttntml or otherWI.? Tho man or wnmim In
I'Nnalile of reaillriR inMirwJel) the i teur Ieon of
thn prliiinrlea la either Inrnvnlflhly ntitum or
hnpeleMil)' rrafl) .
iMin'i:it's isr sta.vii.
Th mem ui pflrii Mi'iif illriK wni'k me lmv.
ly hut aitiely (iMxhliiR llerlurt lluover off tlia
political map. Thla la Mie Judgment of rapahln
ami ricrlaneod rtmerei in nil pari lex Not
ulthalandlnlff Did Ireniicd anil all hut rlillrtiloux
ei'i'iirta nf the Cot I In piildli xllimx and tin. IPni
lonanla of I ho home nf Mmgan Mm lloovwr
tiiioin rifunex to Brow
l( iwHinl a Molar pletua hltiw Mm other day
wlinn the praaldxMt of ihe tintlonal fnrmiirK'
iiiilmi, Jtmt ix-el"itnd for tho font leonlli I line,
Have out an Interview lupportltm (Iriierxl Wood
anil MlliHIna n "uiniiilier of I III' l.loyd MitoiRn
i on II Ion Kovfrnmoiit of Unulon." Kpprnai li
InK him KolliillliK aupport fur llnovcr. Thla
liliKlllhirillll. who Wiih no deeply Inleiexteil In
,merlcnti polttlra and the llnuver iiimllrtncy In
pin lli nliir, wiih "very much pulnvil to lonrn thai
the Aim'ilcnn liinnerx would Hover aupport
Tho II on vol' honm will IliiKcr until tho Ciill
fornlu piimaiy May I, Hliuuld Iim entry Call
forulii it ;u I il at Menator .IiiIiiihuii new life would
lie kI veil 1 1 1 m hooiii. Hut 111 tlio mind of cloxo nh
oi'MUx that Im iilioul iim likely nx liln nomluiitlon
at I'lilcnipi. While the Immuo In I'allfoniln Im ii
clean cut nun lietvscon Hoover and Jiiliunon, only
thoxn two iiiimuH appiinrliiK on Hie ticket and
each at the lionil of n complete Hut of dflcipitoa
uf their nun Hcloctlon, tho xonntor Iiiim iiiinoiiiR'ed
that ho will not ictuiii In Iho xtatn to mako u
i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 K 1 1 .
TIiIm In xlitulfhuinl. Old he xetlxo ilutiKur hn
uiiuld (if coliixe ilefoud hlinnclf. Hut lilx or
ITU li I n I In n Im xiicIi. IiIh IiiiIiI on tho iiffcctloim of
1 1 Im peoplo xo firm, that observe! m dot lain ho In
xeciiro iiKiilnut any oflenxKn movoiimnt tho
proillKal fiiMitltu nun may make.
It can Im xafiily pieillcted thai very lit t lo will
hcnril of Mm Hoover boom ufier .May I.
IW'iVIIItlDCi: l lUt TIO.MI'OllAltV rilAlltMAN.
Tho moemciit now on to mako Albert .1.
HovcrldKo temporary chairman of tho OIiIimku
convention In an oxcecdhmly happy one. Wo
xlnceroly truni that It will xucceed. The op
poxltlon to Hcimlor LoiIko on one hand and to
I lorn Ii on Ihu other, Ill-founded though 11 may
he, prcHiiKcn u content III thu national eommllten
that prudence dlctatcx xhould lie avoided If pox
hlblc. HeverldKo appcarx to he the Kolutlon. No man
In American public life In the mipctlur of the
Indiana xtatexmaii and author iih a platform ora
tor. IIIm miiKnlflccnl mental eiiulpment, IiIh
undaunted cnuraKc iild, above everything elxe.
1 1 1 m Mt ii I k lit -t 1 1 lult 111 1 in il - hi til n k Atneiicaiilxm,
comiiienilH lijui lo ropuhllrniiH everywhere. It Is
certain that Ida keynote xpeech would he thu
effort of hix life, Would xaiiely xet the paco for
republican effort, uml electrify the nation.
(loiiiK outxldle the xetiato to xelccl the key
noter would leave iiuillHtui lied the factlouH that
may have mown out of the tienty debute. It In
no xecret that between I.ihIkc, who drafleit Hie
xeualo lexervatloiix to the peace pad, and llorah,
who stood from the flint In imrelentlni; oppo
hIIIoii to the pact In mi) form, there oxInIh xomo
feelltiK of acrimony.
Therefore Senator lloiah and IiIh frleudH op.
ma the xolectlou of LodKe for teinporary clmlrr
man of tho convention, while I.oiIko ami hlH
frlendx, III the elrcumxtnucex, ciuiuot he expected
willingly accept thn nelcctlon of Henntor llmuli
for that honor. HcvciIiIko xhould afford muiic
ttlary for hotli factlonx. That IiIh xelectlou would
plenn' tho Kieat body of I'epuldlcau voterx cxpii
chilly Ihoxe In tho v.oxt uhCio he has always
been popular koch without 'f-aylmt.
Tho report that the prcxlileut Is feelltiK bo
much better pliyxlcally that he Im anxloiiH to re
main on Hie Job and will likely not leave Waxh.
Ingtoti at all duiliiK tho xuiinuer inu't koIiik to
carry any xolaoe to the pi enlitentlal axplrantN of
IiIh own parly. A few weokx hbo it wax only a
poaxlhlllty that Mm Amcilcim voteiR would bo
called on to defeat Woodrow Wllxon. .Vow It In
xpccillly hecomlui; a probability.
The plntofx Imvo cloned their convention ami
gone limnc. "I'rliiterx' convention nln'l what
lliey once wax." coniplnlned one old boy.
H'opj rlHhl, loan, hy IMgar A llliest.)
The world axkx notliliiK of n man
lloond hix power to do,
He can who really think he ran,
Anil Mils ia always (rue
Hach in IdM place can reach bin kouI
And find oxprPMlon far UIh oul.
SompttuiPM the way nocniM hard and
Hiimctlmcit the hurdeu's great,
Hut he dim II comiuer who Ih xtroni;
And linn Hie Will to watt.
And lie ahull copie through weal and
Unto the peace he hopes tn know,
Uilof xtrlkPH um In our Kayent hours,
And failures bear us down.
Hut thoo are text to try our powers
lief ore we Rain tho crown;
All who Die robes of fame would
Klrxt In its hitternoas iiumt shnre,
fireat trlalx conio lo text us all.
Theie In no chsv toad.
He wim hai fnlih shall ucvpi fall
Hppc.hIi Ins liiiivy loud,
l'. r oii ..f failure and ilisireis
The Mrong man builds his happiness
Hy OTIH I.OHTOM
I'Pihiiim one r"iion wb lohnxon N rimnlog
so Hlrnrig Is In i hum be Ii.im no propHgii ii'la
A Jury in Hie fider.il inuil Ii.im In ik;oK (
a two wexka" coin Me on what II Im and how to
make gHanllne. Home of tbrio will prolmld) u
home and hiiild a giiMcry on Ihelr fHimx
tf I'rof Todd only hud moIiim way to let .Mux
know Hint he la at Omaha waiting to gel central I
he might hp able to put hix rail through Hu'
xvpry lime he inkes down Hie waiver he flndn 1
"tha line Ik bmy " i
"Nrhllmann-llalnk In Ming for Indlnna at
'stump danep," a a headlln in the Oklahnmui
About all Oklahoma City knows about no Ii
dIMn dame is what he Ii.im learned from the w i
tha home tea m playa hiiMoliall
Tha young man on North Main sh)n 'Imi. ,
poMltlvoly mtlhlng tu the old-fiinhinned mioi in,
if you make a wish while (axing at o new inoot,
It will come trua. I In haa triad It from iMiy
piMitlim and It haa never worked.
I O. Much inkex some of the reanniixibiii
nf thla colyum with the following
After much reflection on the matter. Ho . .
place we retiiemlM-r.iif never having seen . I a
legged woman is in a bathing suit.
We think I Iim l a committee on inves'ic .i i
lioillil he appointed In Investigate the lh
tloiia of the Investigating committees i.
We wish In Ibank the drains' nf the mini
cluh. he tins asvotl um rrnm orrpMt on a vei
deeent elmrgp whleh we refuse In expose H. f
Che Httenlloii of the Humane sorlalv ih' ol.l
be Hilled to Hie InIicIm placed on bottles of Ii
Hinn-no-T stuff being served In Ttllati
We have chiinged our nutne from I' Telliini
to I. O. .Much iwhleli Is truei for teasoim f,,ui,d
"ii the rtonl pa go of i veiling paper
(jlaromvtc.r of Public Ojzttoi
i ldj Wrlllcii I'rolCHl.
IMItnr Win Id- 11 Is much In bo regriitid by
nx xerv lee men thai vour stlmahlc p ipi r hou'd
In; so liuiii. rably nppoxeil lo the proposed bmupi
for them as vour several edliotlals on the -.till
Ject have deiiioiistrnteil It to he. And It vvl 1
readily he nppnicnt to even the most .casual nh
server that In taking Issue wllli vour a'tiiude
Iho ordinary layman Is at a dlaadvaiil.ip' In
attempting to present his fuels and opinion li
a convlnclni! miiimei. Vet we who believe tit
the bonus am not content to be regarded is
Idood -xuekei. or as desirous of taking sotm
Ihlttr out of the government without having pm
something Into It. Has Mm man who hnx fondr
for Ida country put nothliii; Into govertttni of
Without lit in there would bo no governinc tit
And were h "too proud" lo ask Ills gnVeriimer.t
lo do Mint for him which a grnlerul gnv-i imtutt
should long lnc have done without the ifiix
xltv for asking he would occupy n most uniiiie
place In the world today, lie would be more
(.'nndllloiiH In the Spanish-American war ind
In the late world war are not at all comparable.
In 1VJ8 the waging of war did not Involve Mio
entire nation and all ItM resources. And if tlio
pay was $ld per mouth Instead of $311, what vvas
the value or a dollar In 18'JN as compared with
1IH7, lUlX'aml 101!!'.' And If there wero no .pay
for Koldlerx' famllliH and no Insurance, neither
was thn eoxt for Maine deducted from the xol
dler's pay. So that II cannot be elalliied Iho
soldier was any fiulher ahead financially In Mils
war than he was then. And I do not believe
you will find a soldier of this war who did mil
get to Franco who Ih not caused tegiet and
chagrin by such failure And those men of 1 SOS
wero not as much out of Jobs as we nf lfll'.i.
heeaiixo there wore lint as many of them, by
thniisands ami tens of thousands, and I hey had
not been gone xo long and liidusliles had not
been pill to It lo replace them In their absence
in the manner or exlopt thai obtained in 11)17
Vou say the bniitiH proposition Is wrong from
every standpoint. And you proceed to domim
xtrnl'o this by an exaggerated statement of what
the cost will be. The burden or proof remains
with you. Hut what would the eoxt to the
country have been If Mm war had not boon won?
What would the cost havo been had It continued
another enr, or even iinotliHr six months? You
say there must be a stopping place In war ex
peudltureM xiiiiie lime, and you wish to make
It now, at the expense of (he very men who gavo
the most when the need was great'
I belittle no man's effort In this war. Many
who never donned a uniform did far greater
service than wo who did You newspaper men
who guided public opinion and sentiment did at)
Inestimable wink That Is whv we who served
In other ways ate desirous of vour co-opeiatlon.
It was every hit iih iicLexsiiry that Ihu wheels ot
commerce and or production he kept , turning
here at lioine as that men be landed In I'rance.
One wiih valulesH without the other. Hut which
class, I ask you, suffered the hardships and pil
vatlonx? And w hich elnsa suffered Iho financial
reverses? Are not these men. whether Ihelr
patriotism wax xuch as carried them to the
army or the navy, or whether limy wont In ac
ceptance of their duties and responsibilities as
eltlKons ax well as of their privileges, entitled to
some ronslder.it Ion at the hand of Ihelr govern
ment for Hie financial Iohh tJiev have suffered
during Ihelr absence from thPlr tegular Hues of
Admittedly no man need be Idle at tills time.
All the men released from military service have
been iihsorbed. Hut when they worn turned
loose by thn lens of thousands Inst summer It
was a dllferent proposition. And If wages am
higher now than they were In 11117 o Is the
cost of living, and relatively advanced more
rapidly than wages. In any event, thla advance
ment of wages dues nut redound to the ad
vantage of the ex-n'riJre mnn over any other
The objection to the bnniln comes entirely
from Hie cost, although said cost could readllv
he nhxofbed tn such manner that It would be
Imperceptible, Certainly It could result In no
"general conflagration of exorbitant taxes and
Impossible prices." This nation stands today iim
the strongest In the world rinunclullv, The wll
f ill destruction of mil II una nf dollars worth of
government airplane supplies and automobile
tires In Kurope, the sale lo Huropean mutinies
of vital nmoiinta of food and other supplies for
ridiculously low prices, the man other evi
dences Hint have come to uk nf splendid sinrin
derliig of largo sums or the natlon'ii mone.v the
aale of our merchant marine at nn enormous
loss, even the suggestion of cancelling tho w n
debts of other nnllnps to us, all them th.n
penetrate our consciousness and sensibilities but
xllglitly Yet when the men to whom t'n-.
country nwea the greatest debt known In owe
history ask the government l help them in
H-nme slight measure lo overcome the Inn-don
that has been placed upon them by reason of
their absence In the government's son ice the
are branded as profiteers. I speak for Hie vast
majority, who encountered not only the re
duced pav while serving, but loss nf advance
menl In their civilian pursuits during their ab
sence, and ciiino bank to resume work in the
same place they occupied two years ago r even
worse off Help and encouragement to these
men In the shape of a bonus would be of Ines
tlinablo assistance to overcome the obstacles
confronting Ihem, lis well as provide, a gi'nt
stimulus for better cltUenshlp and satisfaction,
though I agree with you men' who have fought
and suffered for their country aro not likely
to ravage It, bonus or no.
For your Information, I wax a private, por
poral, sergeant and regimental sergeant 'major
in the Kith Field Artillery. Fourth HvIkIoii.
was ?'-' months in service II of who Ii weie
V oirn v r 'ri, i
THOMAS A 1 i.nlj
tuih.i, Apni ;i, id:i).
(SHOWING THE EVOLUTION OF PRODUCER AN& CONSUMER)
ICoprrlf III IMO
SHOWING GREAT INCREASES IN CITY POPULATION.
SHOWING GREAT DECREASES IN COUNTRY POPULATION.
CHAlTFIt CM. Ill
'I'm i (ileal it Strain.
Then there came a d.i when I
could not rise fro.n my bed though
I tried until I fainted. Mother came
up lo see why I had not come down
tn bie.ikfasl, and found me lying on
who will understand who cither
nave lost their husband's love, or
who have certilnly made him nils-
. erattic and ruined his business ca
i pit by their desire to weir expen
sive and beautiful clothes thev
could not afford
I I'uy after day as I lay In bed
thn floor. She and Norali revived
mo then she sent for the doctor. 1 ibnught of
Thorn seems to bo nothing par- day I fretted
tlcular the matter." he told mother
after an extensive examination. "I
guesx It Ih Jusl a nervous breakdown.
Itext and nourishing food will bring
her out all right," and patting me
on the hand in his fatherly way he
and mother left mo with Norah. I
had known tho old doctor ;ill my
life nml in a- way his frliiudl) little
pat romfoitcd :ne
"Shall I write Toni you aro III?"
mother asked when she came back.
"No, Indeed' Just let me He quiet ly
of his arms
on my lips. Ami vvlien each ulglii
closed me in and he had not pome, I
lay staring at the celling, hopeless,
nlmofct praying to die. Yet not ipiUe
desiring tu go because of the chil
dren. Hut I had grown so weak
that they seeinod far off and unreal.
Only the loss of my husband was
real, (inly Tom seemed to matter
.Mrs. Werner I'lmuK
There came days when for hours
I seemed lo drift nvvay from every-
a few dnvs. I'll be all right .mil I
turned in face away that she might one. When
not m.m the tears of weakues.i. ,n ort Hf Htan
" cry well. dear. It shall bo Just ,g 0Vpr ,
as you say. Hut If you want htm 0ar.-
lU i"e..woi't youV .,.,, "I-et me
es, I answered. If I wanted ...
i.i... , .....i i t........ i...... i ,.'..,. i
nun. nun hi. .in. tini'ii it. i iii.iiiiii,
hi in Hut 1 hud cumn to tho point.
Where I believed that ho never
"I. el me
must do something Sue Tho doctor
would take me back. I had com
pletely lost hope that he would for
give me. and as time had pained I
had realized lo a pertain extent thu
lielnousness of my actions, especial
ly that of my relations, with Carol
Hlacklock. And while f knew my
oir innoiiiu of any uiifailhfulncss,
Hut 1 was stubborn and still re-
lnu,,,l Mir, ii.,r,iil.ul,m uli,, nnVif
I saw how It must look to Tom or to
anyone who knew what I had done, y., ,v
I lulled my clothes, many of which
had been paid for wiih Carol llluck
lock's money. And until 1 was taken
Ick I wore the simplest things 1
had Some of the extravagant
things I had not even unpacked.
was ashamed to let mother see
thorn. So I worn only the rlothes
that Tom might well afford to glvo
me Instead of the ones for which
I had lost in v home and mv hus
band. I'erluips there are people who will
no! uiidviMtaud how I can sav such
a thing How II can be possible for
a woman lo lose her home and
husband because of her love for
finery. Hut there are many others
I send for him
nnd I knew
least T believed she would
, lor held a glass to my lips, and af
ter Tom, still holding my hands, I
urifted iif to sleep.
When I awoke Tom was still be
side mo. Afterward mother told,
me that had slept for hours, bill1
that he would not move from bin
crumped position for rear he would j
disturb mo ,
"Ho you know -lie. Sue"" ho
asked, again bending over me-
"It Is Tom," I reeplled- then again
Tomorrow Tho New Life.
.Mr. Kcrd wants tho seiuno to get
busy and Investigate his part in Mm
Ncwbcrry-Foril campaign. In other
word-), ho has Invited me solons fo
'VJt out and get under."
i been invented
ror a ten ami a
catch the halls
Cuff links that cover the button
holes and aro joined around tho
edge of Hie cufrs have been paten. id
l y a Ithode Island Inventor.
"Thei s jest nv tim gs I want a
six b.-ur dav a o lis shirt '' do-
Hy adding 6 per cent of molyb
denum an Knglishman has produced
what Is claimed to bv thu hardest
tool btcel jet Invented,
l i i" l ll.- f'-l ' day H hat s lio-
' ' 11 i' g" i thin USUll i'
J pun away aliu she gill Jilted ?
11 Tho ChtrT TrtboM.I
A crass the
weaker and weaker I
these things. Hay aft
Tom. for the feci
around me, bis kisses).
I would come buck with
, flni, m()lhr U),m,.
,ltT ,,y fca ,tl
send for Tom'"' she
wouldn t come."
try?" she coaxed "I
The young lads across
11 unvil dhn ilnan I Urto ii-ln.
Is nothing the
matter ,.,,,'.,, ..., "'. ' "'
with you save something he cannot ' " , 7
help. That you are wo.rylng your- a 1.111 n o--( slV ,
...If death Do let me send for ftw, Vi hHiu '
vour husband. No matter what lux, l
you his place Is hero
her'nromlsu never to
without my consent
alio would keep it at
1 had not seen tho children fdr
days Mother wits tho only one who
imvv came into my room. They told
me afterward that for days I lay
either unconscious or uolctly whis
pering oft my love tor Tom. and my
desire that ho rorglvo me
Then one day I opened my eyes lo
find Tom standing by the bed. I
thought It nn hallucination, and
yet I stretched out my hands to him.
"Tom. dear Tom." f murmured as
he took them In his firm grasp, and
then leaned over and kissed me.
while felt something wet and .
warm drop on my face. "Have you
romo to see mo die? I'm glad Tom,
please don't leave me again."
"No, dear, I'll never leave you
i.gnlu." ho replied, then tha old doc-
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A. .1. Otll'i:. .Mgr.
I was laving on tin
floor looking up .it 'be n Im .
axklng pop (in -.tloiia Mil. h . ,s
makif the most puufill t.iine ,
or a. vv.isp, and weather Hi- i
hert inuie win tin .ire mid
vvat they do win He-,
stinging in fun, vvi.itro- m. .
xcratich thelrscivea for -Ih'1 ex.
or weather they nely feel
scratching, and pop was tr.vilu
iced tin. spoartlng page and u
tue iUesllotiH at the same tim,
sed. I 'op?
about ,t. m i
Wat, yee jrodn and llitle fixhr-w4t
ui ' sen pull.
Would It taka long (o count
to a mlliloii? I sed.
loom op in uiie .ion sen anil i v,
me a little petce for the luv (
.iiikc eil pop.
WipIi I thuwt for a wile and
I soil will you give me ft sciil.s n i
uo poii '
no win, cnniouuwuu it.' sen pop,
iinu i feu i.oiint up lo a million
no, i.u net. i ii give you a il mt
ii you no go over mere in tho
ri"r out of my xlle and tiv i;
come back ami let nic know
oure tluoo sed pop.
, es sir I'xed. And I went ,u,,j
In Hie corner Hinl stal l, il In i,
loud as everything 1, 2, 3, 4, ,1, i
S, . IP.
Hay, bay, vvat are you tlomg '
pop, nun i sen, i uiiniing up to a In
II, H I, .1.1 .
It'll, .'II ll'I'l III' I..I, .
I menl count to yourself riot
i he top of vvour vole, hang It.
fbip, and I si-d, Well gosh, ti i i
haff lo count out 'olid or 111 i,,
vvat number 'Jtil up to 11,-1:, I ,
H,lH. stop yee gods, 111 take
will for the deed, beers i)p ib
go out and dlsslp.ato with it, ',if
I'ctes sake, sed pop,
Wlch t did, going to the mn n
with I'uds KlmkiiiM and I.ci ,y
"Tim tl.irs Imllnr, hut iln not ronii" "
lYIday, April INI. HWO.
Astrologers read this ns an er e.
dally fortunate day. Mars, thn s n,
t'ranus and Saturn aro all lit benefio
This should be a favorable rn'i
for all men, of every rank, making;
for recognition of their service ui
even tho gratltudo that comes wi'hjj
fear of renewed hostilities. t
vviiiio me seers aeo no neau nn. i
ger of nnother war, they rul'itma
to prophesy troubles that will' coma
within a generation.
Today's aspect Is favorable for tin
ambitions of military officers, but
tho stars seem to forecast disap
pointment to highest hopes.
Thnso who need employment
should look for work today win!
the Hun Is In friendly aspect.
Uranus gives promise of Fuch
Ntridea In aviation that there wili
bo much travel In the skies befori ,
the next president's term ends.
Tho seers ussilre those who art
curious about political ovebts that
Micro will be sweeping changes ir ;
tho next election and many sur
prises. Women are In bo Influenced ! i
xensitlonal Incident before thev
to the polls next November I: u
prophtsied and those who read t'n
stars declare that the femlnln.; mind
will placo personality beforo prin
ciple. The gift of speech which Is turn
ing and convincing will be discov
ered In many women who will im
balled' as orators and one nf tin -e
will lead a great moral crusade
Stagnation and privation In I'm
West Indies will cause cum em ,n
the Cnlteil States.
Saturn rising In Virgo Is re, id us
foreshadowing depression in cert nn
lines of trade.
The summer will bo tnaiked bv
violent sioims oil the Atlanc
ocean. 1'ersonH whoso blrthdatD it Is bi-.i)
the augury of a in osperotis .ml
successful year. Letters and w -lugs
may ciuiso troub.e.
Children 'born on this d.iv t-n
likely to be clever and Imagin.v '
i Tlioe subjects of Taurus w ill ,ei it
fortunate in money afr.'iirs aiul ,V..'jijl'
rise rap.dlv r
If. .,..,.!. tlifln k k. ...
lv,j',i,., iw vj luc jitvmrr .in'4irTr O)noi-4;ej
An acetylene genirator that i
UUtris atliiiie.n onlv once n nion'l
has bp n invented in Kurupe for 1
iiimiliallng road signs.
and see if
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