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TULSA DAILY WOlil.Il, Tlll'IiSDAY, APRIL 20, 1920
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for rep'iM nation nf I1 na llplliii rr1lli"1 l'i
II or nil ..lhrl rrtihlM In IhM aper ami aim ls
Wal swa nuhlltti hfrl
suiisi'iiii'no.v ua r; Haii.y am: humimt.
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Dailu Hihlica! Quotation )
I IM ItSKA V, AI'llli 'Jill, lll'JII.
Merry shnll Ik- built up for ever. Hiy fnllhful
n'i Hhitlt Hum oHinlilihli in thn very heavens -I'm.
Tho sucred truths bin lip pronniincn
Hlwill film nn linn Vi'll endure,
Anil If lie speak n promise niiec.
The. eternal grace In sure.
I.nt them tlmt suffer according In the will (if
find cornmlt Ihe keeping of llidr fouln t btm In
well-doing, us null) a fiiltbfiil Cteutor.--1 I'M.
Tim Hun Hcnm conferees nro flirting with thn
hnlshnvik criminals (if Mohpow nnd I'clrngrnd.
Mr. Hrynn's election to tho fnn Krnimlscn
convention limy lm ascribed (n tlm ImliU formed
by Nebreakn voters somo !0 years nun.
Joy iinle for tbn old-timers: rcdernl nuthoii
iIch deny Unit any limit Iiiin herm iibic.nl nn tbn
number of liquor prescriptions a pbynU'bin timy
Assuming tlmt It has tbn ntitbnrlty tbn govern
ment might bo killing two blriln with ono stonn
should It fin bbl tbc ufo of plcaniirr! vrlilclnH In
rinlcr to connTVo tbo supply of Rnnnlcnc.
Mr. .Uompcrn bnn bucnma excited nsiiln it nit
tclln thfi country thai Itn r.onKrciw In u trpincnd
ntin fnjluro. Mr. (loinporn In nn old mint, but
hp bun proven bin nblllty to travel unfoly. n
wonder Hint bn doenn't ko to nomo of tboco
countrlcn Dial bn tbl'nkn nrn no nupprlor to bin
Kuropcnn nntlnnn urn hncomlnR cxcpcdiiiRly
liberal. At first thry wnro RolnR to deny tbn
United flutes both benpfltn and nbnotiittnn bn
cnUHO It wlckodly refused to couio Into tbo Ichkiip.
.Vow they nro offering us Armenia and no ipicn
tlons nsked If wo will only tnke It off their bunds.
Wish sonipbody wmilil clone tbn doom and win
dows for a wblle.
VoUltllONISM IS MlSSOt'ltl.
Ilniirbonlsm bud Its luiur of rovntiRn wlinn tbo
democracy of Missouri met In stnto convention
tbo other day and independent statesmanship,
of which tbo world stands so much In need, wan
mado to ascend tho cross of crucifixion. If men
wpta tlllnMllff, fepwiMllK Hint svillbih' llitnii ibiyn
only from the standpoint of partisan politics,
(he the humiliation of Honator Heed would bo n
causo for celebration on tbo part of thoso whoso
sympathies nro with tho opposite party; for It
uieanH tlm certain defeat of dPtnocracy In Mis
souri, Hut tbo matter transcends in Importnncp nny
Micro partisan consideration, and few there urn
who feel at all Inclined to tnko a mero partisan
low of events that vitally affect tho great un
derlying principles of our government. Tho Mis.
sourl event was such n ono.
What was Ijecd'H offense?
Tbo quest Ion is npprnpns. Tbo historian will
dclvo Inlo It, and posterity will rend what tho
historian writes with only a blush of shumo
for Imurbonlsui nnd iiulckenpd admiration for
Heed. Vv, shorn of perslfluRO and partisan
dogma, tho offenso was Hint bo had tho cour
age to break with party wliou that parly broko
fulth with his country's traditions and Ideals.
Anil for that bo wan broke.
Within tho experience of thin gpnoratlon the
tlmo will I'liine when nit will understand tho
great service performed for America by tbo
bo-caltcd "willful men," who dared to oppose tbn
autiicratlo will of ono viciously determined to
wreck American Institutions upon tbo sinister
altar of International Intrigue. Prominent among
tbc twolvo was Heed, of Missouri. It may bo
Hint prior to 1919 tho men who opposed tho
great un-Aiueilcau document offered In that
year hurl not earned for themselves tbo affec
tionate rcRnrd of ibelr country; had tailed to
measure up as slutesmen of singular attainments.
That Is us It may bo, and wo hero mako no pro
teose of paying thom tribute for what hud gono
Hut In that year, when theso men took their
political Uvea In their Hands and responded to Urn
dictates of conscience rathor than play tho
political CHd by cringing 'neatb tbn patty t.ish, I
they proved themselves beyond nil (iiiestlon.
Let thoso who charge thut they wern unlimited
by ulterior motives supply satisfactory motives
for such action. What could It have been?
All aro agreed Hint they could not hope to curry
favor with their constituents by such acts. It la
In the record thut they defied tho holders of the
money bags In order to do as they did, No argu
mcnt Is required to prove, that they had nothing
to gain In tho way of patronago and distinction
from the autocratic ndinlnlstratlo'n they ilofle.t.
Then what could have, been tho motive .other
than tho putt lotto conviction that they must bn
performed, tho obligations of their oath ro
deemed? Tho cliungo wrought In tho body politic from
that day io this Is marveloue. Through, tho
'(MH I K I'' I 'M ,'li' ' H'ld liri 1 I dlllg pill I I'll l Ml! rf
tlilx "ilKl'oil On ml r l.ltli'i iliili'l" " mm llnv
i nine In lie derisively known. Anmil'im publli
iipliilnii hn 1 1 tine to stand with them. Within
,i ei Khun lime It will iipplnml what but yes
MiibiN H hIiJiiiciI. And the time In nut distant
li on i m ti Hie limn lionlntn of Missouri will renl
ii t he gliHSlly mistake It inmln lint week the
i ml injustlie it dirt u iiurngooiis ma teaman,
the dishonor It wmle into Its nwn (llnhnnumbln
Anil why should Heeil h crucified ' Why
shniibl I he bourbon of Oklahoma he bunting
(lore, IIiosh of I'olnriidn after Thmtian, and their
rnnntlinl leader In T"ruieat llilrsllna for the
liniment blnod of Mlilelda? Iteciuiso thsy volml
mtriiiy to their parly? Nut a bit it It. A
dlsllngulslied member nf tlm I'nlteil Mtatea sen
ale slated uiieiiilvoealy lesa than n fortnight
ngo Hint of all thn senulnta Who vntml for the
lengu as Wllaon ilsmmideil only two were gan
ulriely III favor of II. Then two are llltehemk
Who ileseives i ruilflxlnn - the men who stand
coiiriigeoiiHly by Ibelr cnuvlrllntia, or the rubber
stamp statesmen who perjuin their very souls by
voting ('miliary to their conviction? No, bimr
honlain damn ml, thn blood of men who dared
to oppose a leader who atiinda lomplelelv dla
credltoil, who Is iiipnliln at Hie momeiil of get
ting himself nlei'tnil lo no offlcn III the taint; who
bun dlaeredlled hi purty, Impugned Ida own
Americanism and lost all confidence aa h lender.
To follow III in menus certain ilnfmil. Yet thn
limn who infused to fiillou bun must bn slMiixh
tnled! I The holiihons of Mlssollil lu'eoinpllslmil their
urposn. Hut liy that st they iiiiiileiiiiieil them
Ives to an extonded pllgrtmago In the desert
nf political defeat.
lti:Vi:itSI.Vi OKLAHOMA roiTins.
Tbn siipremn court of tlm Hulled Whites seoms
to tako great phmnurn in inverslng thn statu
supremo court. Whether wo lack lawynis on
the bench or before tbo bur It Is not given us to
determine. Hut we could easily wish that our
highest Judicial tribunal might ofteuer bn right
ill those discs where n fedoral iiueslloli Is in
volved. Tor the frequency of Its mistake In
such cases aiolinen thn suspicion that It Is as
often wrong In the greater number that never
i each tlin siipremn tribunal.
Tho stain court stands reversed concerning tbo
right nf thn state to tax Indian land allottnd
under lax restrictions. Most everybody who ban
lead the early Judicial history of bis country
known Hint tho question Inmlied here was ml
Indicated during the eta gloiifled by tlm "great
chief Justice." How a stnto tribunal could get
tbn Impression that the law and login Involved
In that history-making decision bud cbuiiged
remains ii mystery.
Wo Oklahnmann must necessarily bn In sym
pathy with tbn Idea nf taxing all lands. We do
not tako kindly to tbo policy of maintaining a
tax-freo section of tho electorate. Hut neither
can wo view with coinplalhanco thn violation of a
vital and valuable legal principle In order lo
avoid such objection.
Ho far as tbo destiny of any one of the presi
dential candidates Is concerned te primaries of
Tuesdny afford no opportunity for any lusty
crowing. Harding. In Ohio, eineigeH very much
as did l.nwdcn In Illinois, almost dainneil by tbn
faint pralsn given him by his own state, .lolin
son showed. Hoover filtered, In tlm pat lance
that about describes Ohio.
In New Jersey, the lace between Wood and
Johnson was mil -again demonstrating tho
powerful appeal of tho old Honscvelt iismocIii
llon. Whether Wood heat Johnson or Johnson
Wood Is not nearly so linpoitant as the fai t Hint
tho two of them combined seem to bo coralllug
about all tho republican voles nut dominated by
tho fiivorlto-aon absurdity.
Hut while tho primaries failed of showing a
conclusive victory for any indllduul caiiillduey,
wo think tlnt ii teusonable analysis will demon
strata that the voters nianageil to convey a eiy
marked prcfeicncn as lo platform. Not only
within tbo republican party, but among deinn
crals us well. It Is admitted Hint the popularity
of Johnson, both eiiBt and west, is to u consider
able extent because of bis pronounced stand
ugnltut tbo league. Let us look Inlo the cuss
of other primary results for a brief space.
In Massachusetts, fur Instance, the Lodge
tiii; riitsr ti:i: ;oi,ri:H.
(ropyrlght, lfiiO, by lldgar A. Uuest.l
It takes nil sorts of men, 1 know, to uuikji tho
And who pursues tho Houl (iiiino meets
every kind of man,
I think tlini I have met them all, and most
of thrill aie fine.
It makes no difference how they play. I call
them friends of mine.
Hut there's one golfer that I shun, ho holds
no charin for me
The golfing shark who wins his gamwi right
on the slurtlng tee.
Homo umn there arc will piny for fun. nnd
some for exercise,
Koine hold that In a bnltto grim tho Joy of
Hut there's one nun In every crowd who finds
no thrill within
The Hoal and the Ancient game unlemi he's
sure to win.
Ami so ho argues long for strokes, from IS
down lo three,
And hns the match decided ero n hall 1ms left
lie's always sadly off his play or very tired
With him It Is a game of strokes, nnd not a
gaum of skill.
"How many do I get today?" tilt rlvnls hear
And If they offer sit or soven. ho wrangles
long for more.
He will not inko a chance hlmsolf, his fight
Is never made upon tlm course, but on Hip
Oh, let me play with "hundred" men or spend
my days with dubs,
I will not care so long as limy seek victory
with their clubs.
I carp not who the golfer be, nor whnt his
swing or stance.
I'll play with him If only he ghes eer man
Hut I'll puss up foi'pvci ilnit crank whoe'ir
Who wins his iiintiiu'i cwin tin.p righi on
the starting tee
"Mi h'tidi'l l,y llic prmt'Hirit't d tippim, i ii
Mlwni iliMlilne, w.is returned easily On Hi.
democratic side. U'slsh, an mitspnhen oppitf ii ti i
of Wllsorilarn and the league, scored ns pi,
noun' erl n victory. In Npw .eraey, h pmnird
"Ml. Jnhiiaofi. Hie Irreronillslile on the limi u
inn a ne k -niid-nei k iae with Wood, i
IMifieril nf lh- lengoe unless Amerli mil. .1 I
safeguarded, while IW wards, democrat aid .
leaguer, ninde a runaway race of It
The covenanters hnv been muted wlo ir
Hie wiler fminil a way of reaching them r.
shadowing overwhelming defeat for thai i ni
and candidate that dure qulhltta on tin i
national Isau. This eharacleilMIr of i
aenllment la nlso outstanding In vei iv
void that has been tnken. I
Thn heart nf Ammira. la sound. '
The shorlsge or aanleno bn become
tlonal nisniiee. tloverninent offb In In an
l lug a rigid curtailment of Ita u. Th
dlllon bn been foreseen for some time I,'
prone ( put two anil two togethtr. The
sloti of the irnsolcne motor Imtuatry cxpiauin
cverylbliig. I'lvn year ago II wan clear K r.
issleil that Hie expannlon of the motoi i ii i.
iluslry. proiihealrd then, would surely reiuir i.
nn einbarraaslng ahortage of gasolene "i i 1 .
new nil field must be ills. uv. reil. The i
situation I i rltlcal. Motor in rs. traiiors, im.r
alallonaiy eiiglnra, Inuuelies, lighting plnnl
aro going Into the hands of ultimate unci it i,
lain Hint simply stagger the Imagination :
these are dependent on gaoenn. If the suppi
Is nut iivnllalile, then one of the gientesl Indu
trie of Hm rinttoti mual Isngulsh. That wmild
menu unemployment a well nn a lettirn in pm.
tire and method already considered nrchnt.
Itollef, It appears, must come. If at all, In one of
two W'tya nil her a ninikcd ImreHse In the pm
durtlon of petroleum, or the illscoveiy nf n mil,,
atltule for gnaoleiie.
C Oklahoma Outbursts
V. ny OTIS I.ortTOH
One Tulsa lady put her garden In Ibn basement
.Muniliiy nlghl In pinlcii II fioiu Hi,, lueilu l, .1
Henator Caliper mav not be a lamlldale nr the
presidency, but he has at last cnrii.'d liiMiiniile
As wn iiudeistaml It. thn new park hoard Is
gnlng to be In favor of setting out more screen
Hugnr leflnsrs are not afraid. Tlmy hung a
new and higher quotation on Attorney (leneral
I'ulnicr'a front duor Monday.
Tho now city manager of Muskogee, It Is un
derstood, Is milking a caid Index for the chug
holes In tho stioct pavements.
The gill ilownxlnlr finds an oiolnoim colncl
deuce In thn occasion of heir filoml and her
f I limit's friend leaving town mi tlm same il.i.
The republican party now has "openers" In
tbn Oklabomii senntoiiul game. It bus not yet
decided whether to stand pal nn Its "openers"
or to draw cards,
Onn of Ihe hardest things In this world today
Is spilling a few teals over HlarvliiK Knrone Jusi
after looking otcr tbo quotations of food for tho
Thn girl downstairs finds an oiiiIiuiim enlurl
slm has derided to not marry a baseball pitcher
Is because one never knows when they are going
to bo knocked out of tbn box.
Onn reason, It Is sold, why C.eoige Hnmsev was
appointed on Hm supreme court bench Is lluir
(lovernnr Hobertson thought It tlmo to gel home
one who could harmnulse the precedeniH
Wn haxo It on somewhat qimstlonublo author
ity I lilt r. If none I the i'iiiidlil.iie will uc Ins
ovei turns. Jake lliiiiion will become a ciiiidldiilr
fur president himself. We doubt, hnwuxer, If
he could ei en be culled u favorite rim.
fiesldent Wilson bus decided to fool hliiiMelf
into thinking public entlmcut demands his ie
iiomlnalluu light on up I" the callioK lo order or
the Hun Kruiuiseo convention. Then he will
reluctantly unnouiue that bis health will not
permit 1 it 111 to accept.
Qllaromclcr of Public Opinion
Wauls a Honus.
L'dttor World Like The World hut don't Ilka
tho htnnd you tuko on o-nn1itlir compensation.
Vou nnd II. II. 1 1 n 1:1111 and others of like Ideas
must btie a reason more than lo help fnclo ,
am. Have you alwu.s been us careful nf I
I'nclo Hani's nuincj -safe us you urn now .' Head 1
.lilines I-.. jiii mi ruin Hie lounii ,m.i
Know,' April II! Issue' American Legion weely.
which Is all (ruth straight from the lumpier.
1 think you run help 1'ncle S.1111 morn by using
jour time and space lo check cheap politicians
nut grafters. Yours truly,
H II. HLHAY.
Iloldenvllle. April I
And Also Lewis.
Hdltor World. As I 11111 u legular render of
The World, nnd 1111 ox-hurk, I haie been follow
ing your editorials anent the bonus.
I say If there atr suci that put it cash vnluo
nil their service ! our louulry. pay 'em off. Ah'
for me, I Htn W'dl ratlslicd thm I could be of
u.n.n i.u.i J'Iiiiii I link line. 1... I mill I ll.lnL llwit 1.
llie t'l'iiiii.o 'i iiiim ui kin. ii,
However. I am for vocation il training for
those who canm buck tumble to lotlow their
obi Hue of work. Thoy d-i need help mid they
have a light to every consideration tho people
can give them.
No, I don't need it. I don't wi ur any gold
chevrons only two sliver ones.
Hugo. April ::. II. H. I.HWiri.
Iliiriali I or Cii) Trail,
Kdltor World: Aron't the vast nuinbci of
ablr-bodlrd soldleiH who are asking for a lnuiiis
from the gnvei nmenl at this time pulling t In i .
patriotism In disrepute'.' l'ersonnll . I ililuli
Ibelr attitude Is wrong. The only argument tli.ii
I hnvo over hcurd Is that the shipyard ati.l uium- ,
tl.'il workers and sl.iekeis mil ' Ipuih .lm 114; 1 In
war. so wiiv not let tlm soldiers get 11 Utile
"whnck" ut the government now. What will b. -toini.
of us in the next war, If tho pb k ..I .mi
cltlsens -for our soldiers were that -put a pro e
on patriotism In a time of national emergen. ' 1
'Ihe .lls.ilil.nl nun in., i.ire.l f , n I
It Is Hielr own fault. The pulillc health sen 1. n
lias ninde exery provision for that. Tlm perma
nently Injtlied nro given ii.iiipciisatlon.
Moreover, wlut Is 11 1300 csrih bonus nt ibis
Hum? Nothing lint 11 ineul ticket to pucourugp
lilli'tiesM uiiiong the mujoiit) of us. Imagine gn
1 11 IT Into business on II. I am presuming that the
big bulk of tho men will tnke the cash, because
..i.iu. nt tlimn-IU-n ill .'IlliiM ii,. t.iivnu ti... 1.
will come easy and go easy like the $1,0 at the
time of dlsi'hiirgc. It will rnlse the pi. e ..f 1
living, don't doubt that
The bonus plan now befme . imgi-ch Is :, hi.ld
11 p puie and f-i 1 1 I I I ..on. ml. Mnie ami n c.,,.
light Iblnhing sen 1. e men and . illzens are Cliul-
I hill "Ot v 1 v ! .
'lili u .III 1. inns III I
ihev want 1 0' 1 "0"
I C ll'll 11. t
w tihoui a in
Miami, Ajoii .s
. 1 nn.'. 1 ! i;..i 1.
THE RESTLESS AGE
Cw ,hl ID 0
HE gray tliubbinf cf wintmr ixhii giving way
In thr (irtt (( of frtth tpring loutlintf,
Treri and iirubt avrc JappleJ with ttnJtr
'een. The form Wat awaken! ig fo the magic
touch of taring.
On all tiilet nature Wat ttirring with hintt of
th fruitful richnett of the months to come. Al
ready the harnyard Wat timmering to the tunny
music of ditching hent and peeping chicht, and be
fore long there Would be new calves and coltt nnd
puppiet and pigt to add to the busy joyoutnett of
life in the country.
A young man was ttunding near the door of the
barn. In the lapel of hit coat wat a service button
which told of service abroad. He wat about 23
yeart old. and, although he had been out of the
army for over a year, he ttill thowed the clear eyed
and clean cut effects of hit military training.
Hit eyet were following the course of a distant
train which wat whittling for the ttop at the village
ttation. In another five minutet it would have
ttopped, taken on itt pattengert, and then moved
onward toward the great city, a hundred and fifty
milet to the north.
A look of rettlett discontent settled in the
young man't eyes. Hit hand clenched and un
"J've got to go, he muttered. " If I ttick
- Hv .IANK l'IIKl.l
Uv JANK I'HKU'S
11 lTi:n l thmg tlm- Kept
'11,,, u.dilniR unipcr Wli) did every one have to
,. , . ,,.,, lulu nl it)) age'' lladn I lismsild I
. r e l I,.- ni.iM .,1 at home y01111(.,., .in, didn I
hi vei al .if in) fi ll n.N helpeil me lie. - .. J.
nn.t.. rlw i.uiiK .....n. ..t.wi it iwilly AIV,hVn. so.i.h liob wan Ipvo.
1 i'l u nh p.iiitiM, iIhmi I.imI KrowhiK
a.l...tu I fl,.i...,HU 11I11 . ul.nnl thn
wish, and was
l'i. 1 1 1 in 11 nit i"iri' I'm - ' 11 1 ... .
- f.. .Mfiiiiliiiilu ,.nil I 1
t ut uliuul ill guesls. mostly relative, , ,rov' n",,
or eiy close friends. IClsle and Tom " 0 are, aren t we'.
Harltii, ami a c.ouplc of Hob's college , ''Lveryone will know e lire bru '
.hums We weie married at noon, "nil groom,' I told nlm. gl.iil al the
then went away immediately after same time that he cared enough for
the wedding breakfast. , me to forget the conventlonB
Hob hud been so loving, so lender "Of couise, and wo both luughd
those last few days that my heart , merrll) .
overflowed with happiness. Kvcli Vie " to spend the two weeks
KUIe In il me lluit t nokei t fl Vears l l iuenursi.
.0u11gcr. My golng-away diesa was
south I was delighted. Hob rode
horseback, nnd h-ild I must learn.
Hut I saw I spoiled his pleasure in
his lidus. mi (old him 1 would 1 lib'
ulone with the Insttuctor while hn
went on iihead. ,
When ho took 11. e nt my word I
felt a twlnizn of illsappolmmeu',
.1 soft shade of blue, with 11 long
coal and hat to match. It was really
ci pretty and becoming, and I
lli.uVln.1 .(III. It!. ..Will'., l.'llMIl I 111 I . llll.l
, . tts ,)lom of his bride.
That I wus proud of him goo
without mo lug. I wondered If uler
iinnther bride had lot'cd the man she
owed lo love, lionor ami obey us I
lined Ho'.. 1 know now that I
thought ot nothing hut my love, th.11
lo me It was the no plus ultra, thn
one thin In life.
Ulsle found an old pair ot shoes
and Hull's chimin had come pro
pared Willi lice, the throw luir of
which, as we lei 1 the house added
1 though 1 was
horse, anil wotildn t hum nil. Ion foi
ant thing "r anybody saw lor Hoi
I'.iery morning Hob took 11
hour gallop while 1 mosled ating
with an Instructor, looking and fuel
lug terribly awkward. Ue use 1 10
meet Hob on his return, his fa
glowing, his eyes bright, rested and
lerreshed; while 1 wus so stiff and
uncomfortable that all the hm lm is
quite a festive air to the occasion
l ll.il.'u ft, tlm. ttllrl ..Itll L-r.l t .1 !(
.1 tul rubbing
me l couldn't help being glad that be 1 couldn't make mo feel comforiabl,
and Hub were bono too frlen,II. 1 , After our bicakfast we would 1
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.,... u. i,,l..,i ,,. wltb bis reading our
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how old 1 was
It wii d 1 pad fill.
to be the happiest lime of the div
Thut no One li--.it ti Into was tlm only
for tin' After lunch Hob would re.
otnnienil a siesta for me while lit.
wandered off with home of the men
In the hotel with whom he had made
friends Then often In tile lain lift
ernoon he would take another hois-,
hack ride in their cumpunv lie
never failed to ask me to go along
but I was so sore and lame thm the
icy thought of u second rule mud.'
Holt did not care for dancing. As
it was almost tbc only thing lo do in
the evening, wo usually sat and
watched the merry crowd for 11 few
minutes, ihrn took 11 short walk
when Hob would again Join his men
friends In the smoking room while 1
Tim two weeks were soon over and
we were once more ut home They
all told mo how well I looked, and
"It is easy to sen that you tire
Q Mil' MARTIN j
; happy, daughter."
"Indeed I urn, mother, so happy I
I nrn almost frightened."
"I don't see anything to lie afraid
of. You have married n good man,
' you will make him a good wife. That
Is nil thcro Is to It. Just go on being
happy, ami bo thankful Instead of
I frightened "
3 .If ?$&32BiK
I was a little disappointed that'
Hob couldn't shop with 11m as much
as 1 had hoped His business had
11 . cumulated while wi were g ne.
h nr. :li' n luanied nnd he ofti n could 1101 mrei me ,is
i" ' ni . nine we planned before he left the hou-tv
ji . I'iss 11s as fo in ilic morning Yet we were mar 1
" ' on 10 out ie.ul i" ini ve into our own home
fr rr.i i.tf- 1 iiaf on Hob hud been as grnerous n.i bis
m. I ,
J l ,11)
iiheru on Ui corner. iniome warranted, and wjc really had
nr lbs ( HI 'in TrtbiiM I
around here much longer I'll go craxy. I timply
can't ttanl it. He brooded for a moment. "I
guett the travel and excitement hat tpoiled me for
thit tife. I used to like it here on the farm, but
eince I came back from the other tide the place
teemt deadly monotonous."
Hit eyet turned toward the comfortable old
farmhoute, turrounded by itt clutter of big oak
"There'll be an awful kich from the folkt,"
he thought, " especially at it't to hard to get help
thete dayt. They won't want me to leave 'em in
the lurch and go to the city. But, great Scott,
there' t no life out here I Their idea of an eight
hour day it eight hourt in the forenoon and eight
in the afternoon.
" Out of the ten boys who entitled from the farmt
around here I'm the only one who hat come bach.
The rett are all up in the city, having the time of
their livet and making more eaty money than 1 ever
taw. They're teeing life, and at for me, the tame
old grind day after day."
The tound of the locomotive whittle came from
the dittant village. It teemed to decide him.
" I'm goingl " he exclaimed, " folkt or no
For an inttant hit lip trembled.
" I wonder how Emily will take it."
11 lovi l hniue Not elaborate, but
cnifortalilc. almost elegant. Hob
had a large library, will' h he
brought fioin home, utld a few rare
prints, lie had brought nothing save
II large picture of Ills mother, which
tic hung In the place ot honor over
1 had never cppii Hob's mother, but
she inns' have lienn n beautiful om-
III judging from her picture. I am
almost ashamed lo own It, but at
limes I wiw Jealous of that picture.
me from losing my
II01111tl1ip.1t. il my ei.'iy , so Jealous thill I felt like pulling it
us lover like us men
from the wall and destrnyliiR It. Yet
It was nothing that Hob said or did
which caused this feeling; It was
tlm way I often caught him looking
lit It, his expiesslon as lie gu'cd on
Ihe face he hud loved so well.
To encourage the manufacture of
drugs ut home tlm Juuupic govern
mcnt Is fostering the cultivation of
tlm poppy and tho preparation of
Its Inventor has patented a nmial
ll.it ruck or (i il'hes tree, so shaded
Hint It can he leversed nnd hung
from u window lo srrve ns a file
Unec I nail to re-
.iti 1 iic. "."I iku..
After many ears of work the
I'M'Piice'i mountains have he "i
pierced with a tunnel thai wi'i pei -rnlt
Ciench and Spanish railroad
to be connected
mortally afraid of a
letters ami the two d.i
,1 ...it'll. ... ....
liomt That 1.1111
Mil was d.irnlng holes out of sto' .
I Ings this afiiinuuii and 1 was marti,.
i dig erround the house like a f
,.ind druni core plajlng tunes w i
mils lonib mid a piece of tissue p ,
per. and all of a suddlil the con
axsldenily broak in half on aieou' -
i'l me dropping it. me thinking,
gosh, holey smniik.
1 And I took the 2 h.ilffs into m.1
I room, nnd snuck erround on '
I floor and hid one peceo under t
I bewro and Hie other peeco undor th.
rug, saying. Ma?
I in hlzzy, sed ma.
I bet you cant find your comb, I
, I bet I pint either, because I dmv
intend lo look, sed ma.
Well ware you think I' Is mi '
I sed, I'll give you 3 gessos.
Keep them, dlilt'ht J tell you I w .11
l l7.z sed tiui.
And she kepp on darning holes o n
of t-1 0' kings, and I sed, 111 tell 5 'i
ware It is ma, do you wunt to know '
.No. si d ma.
A I r.le III toll you. I Fed, Its ut.-
di r tin i.iwro and under the rug
Ih w on erth can It bo under bo'h
! t i mi tawk sensibly? sed in i
I am inn. I sed, Its under the hew
ro ,in I under the rug. that sound i
umn isii'l, . dont t, mn'.'
It serti ny does, sed mil, and I s
Well it nlnt. ma, because half Is i
der the bewro and half Is under I
Helng how mn found out It w
brouk hut ihe effect on mo was
the same as If she had found nut
a ordnct ry wio .
"Ths hlHrt Inclliu. l.iit il nul i..nii-f
Thursday, April ".II, 11120.
This is an unimportant 'lay ac
cording to astrology. Mercury dom
inates In 11 bqneflc aspect, whlto ad
verse stars haxo 11 mildly unfavor
The rule is fortunate for making
agreements' nnd contracts and
should greatly benefit thoso who
During Ibis planetary govern
ment magazines and newspapers
I liioulil profit greatly. Sensatlon.il
! events will affect Journalism, cans
I ing much editorial controversy, the
; seers predict.
While advertising Is subject
1 11c best l iiiucncen me carets w
not bo iitinarent todav. w n en 11
be unsatisfactory to many line
Neptune Is In 11 place read as sin
ister to trade nnd us presaging losses
of valuable cargoes in shipwrecks
This Is not a sway helpful to in
uitive and self-hypnotism that re
tards efforts should bo overcome by
Deception nnd double dealing are
supposed to ho encournged during
this rule nnd women nro said to be
especially Misceptlblc to influen.o
making for Intrigue nnd treacherj.
Hnvy Is ono of the emotions nur
tured ut tills time by tho government
of tbn slurs.
Juno Is to be a month of great
activity in Industry and a quickening
ot Interest In all lines of work Is
indicated, even though a period of
extremo heat may be expectod.
JluUwiiy.s nre to receive 11 great
stream of money during tho sum
mer, for Immense crowds will travel
west anil north.
Canada will benefit from armies
of tourists who will find much to
lure them from their own countrv.
nstrologers predict. This is part of
the augury that land beyond state
borders will tempt many women and
Persons whose blrthdntc It is
should not speculate in the coming
voar which will bring many oppor
tunities to risk money. Those who
are employed should be careful.
Children born on Ibis day mn
meet with many vicissitudes In tlf
These subject ot Taurus should lie
trained to systematic work
(Ctwrlgrit 1920. by tbe Al.s;iure Nwp..pr Synl'ci l
The worlds largest oil c.irrjin
steamships, munched recently
Kriglund. Is equipped with fo',
pump, each capable of transferrin
SOO ions of oil an hour.
An Kngllshniiin has Invented
ninchlne to lest tbo durability "f
textiles In which nn electrlo motor
rubs Umni with dull edged blades
until they nro worn t'hortigh.
Cathonic ncld gas is used In .1 ma
chine Invented In Kurope for spray-
ling mortar or plaster on walls to
I hasten Its setting.
1 A folding drum for orchestra
musicians has been Invented that Is
extended 10 full slue by hinged rls
between the heads
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