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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1920
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Tiiriisii.w, may n, wan.
I the Lord Ii v (lotl will hold Illy tight hand,
naylne untn thro. Krar mil, I will help liter. -Isn..
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Then let nir liuniblr fault addros
Ills nmirx nnd hi power,
We shall cphliiln doll t liiK grnco
In (ho distressing hour.
Lsird, ve me. Mull. 11:30.
The rank of the produce will he atrrngth
ened by several IhnliHttid after March , 9t.
War vessels have been ordered to Mexico
tgaln. Maybe we'll Ret the flag saluted yet.
"Why not it levy on cnpllnl?" nrUn a para
graphed 'Hull right: everybody doing It as fHr
An expert snyn cucumbers can bn mined on
the back porch. Probably mi. lint why nil l ho
Iroublo to raise it disturbance?
field Marshal llnlg Ihih gotten hlinnelf Inter
viewed by mi Anmrliitn writer In order that he
might accord snnm ft edit to America for nlilltm
In winning the wnr. Hotter Into thitn never.
The rltlzena of HI Dorado, Arkansas, hail the
grace to call n public meeting for the purpnso of
KlvInK tlinnk to tlod for plnntlng an oil pool
there, whlih l nomelhlnK new In tho oil In
rluMry. Mr. Krnnk Mutmey nny ten-rent papeni will
noon be rntllty. Hventtinlly the public will b
compelled to pny for Ita dully paper iiomethlnir
near n Just price. At even two-blu tho copy
the dally paper will Mill he the cheitpeat product
the modern world flnda to be a necennlty .of life.
Mr. Hurleeon inks oonBrenn for J 14.000,000 to
meet the deficit rreuted by IiIh iidnilniHlnilltm
of the telephoned mid telek'rnph. He H.tyH If ho
had been left In olmrce it few monthx longer
trtero would Imvo been no deficit. I'oaatbly not;
but the pntroiiH of thoNe utlllllea would linvn
A Cnllfornln Rentleninn liitn discovered it new
procfKB for keeplnu crrm. A;cd cerb la one ub
Ject roncernlnK which wo Imvo never experienced
nny difficulty In contrnllltiR our cnthunltixui.
There nro it number of rdlblcN or drlnkublea Hint
HRe lmproven, but cren nrn dletlnctly not In tho
lint. It won our habit down on tlm farm to pick
our crra youiiR, while tho bloom wiih on them.
And wo still want them tlmt way or not ut all.
KMT CANPIIIATi: HOOVI'.lt
In tho primary Tuenday Senator JohnHon cur
ried hla homo Btatr by a majority far Riratrr
than as over before accorded htm in any of hla
many flRhtx. Hla inuniiRer had claimed tho
state for hint by 60,000. Iloover'a mamiKer
claimed ll for Hoover by 50,000. Johnnon, It ap
pear from tho returnn which ur as yet Incom
plete, carried by more than two to one and will
have a majority well over 100,000,
1 Tho JohiiNon victory hUukIm an a record In
weatern political battlen and In ro overwhelming
as to not only ellmluato tho mvatcrloua ""'I
' partyleaa alranRer In American polltlca w ho atood
for intcrmtttonallHm, but cornea pieiloua near
being humiliating to he and hla frenzied back
ers. We have not heard tho lust of Hoover, of
courhc. l.lkc a core thumb he will i ontlnue to
annoy, but all uneaalncHa concerning him haa
been disalpated. Kor that the country la deeply
Indebted to Senator Johnaon.
Uut while the California senator waa winning
a most spectacular ami tremendoua victory In
hla home Btitte he. was losing to (leneral Wood In
Indiana, by expert c onMdeH'd tho pivotal slato
In the pre-convention campaign. In California
the senator had but one opponent, The Issue
was clean-cut and tho ii-uult decisive. In Indiana
there wero four major entries In the field
Johnson, Wood. Harding and Uowdrn.
By all known rule of politics Indiana should
have gone for either Harding or Lowclen. bor
dering hb It doca tho states that are offering
these gentlemen as their own favorite sons. At
least these two should have lead In dividing tlm
btate. For both Wood and Johnson claim na
tive states far distant from Indiana.
But tho voters of Indiana wero not mislead by
favorite non propaganda or old-guard tactics.
Both Lowden and Harding trailed and trailed
miserably. Wood carried the state by a substan
tial plurality with tho fighting California senator
as runner-up the vote of each being something
like two to one against the Hardlng-Lowden vote
combined. If tho old-guard generals, who have
sought to kill both Wood and Johnson by forcing
them to fight each other can get any consola
tion or encouragement out of tho Indiana fig
ures, they are welcome to It
For any man with a modicum of political
acumen of experience must tea that what Jphn-t
son did to the Hoover boom In California J.ihn
foll and Wooil together did for the Lowden and
Harding booms In Indlnmi. Tin" two primaries
have cleared tho political attmmphrro wonder
fully. Then, may ho a dlf ferf'lien of opinion M
lo which of two men la the favorlio presidential
ramlldal with lima who must rlect, but there
(Hit bo no leaaonnblo dlipuli that the uncer
tainty la between two menWood and Johnaon.
Nor run there Winner ho doubt as to wliero tho
publlo heart and mlml la with reference to ths
league of nation.
Whatovor uncertainty ha boon manifested by
tlm republl'niri voter from the time the firat
primary waa held up to and ln linllna those or
Tuesday, Inn been between l ho two men typify
ing the HooMVclt tniillllona anil policies. II
Itveen theae two and til enllro field else there
has been not the slightest uncertainty or doubt.
Tlmt I n mnller thai will appeal mightily to
tlm delegate foreiral ll''t ei lo nominate not n
candidate but a president; and lo the politician,
both prngrnswtvcs arid old-guarder, w'ho havn
learned that a candidate Is not nhsny fonvert
Ible Into a preRldnit. lark-hnnn plan, we
ihlnk, worn swept away Tuesday. There may bn
Ki'Mlures, for tlm mete aakn of paying tribute and
making up Mm record, but there will br, In our
Judgment, nothing In Mm nature of a laat-dlleh
fight or pi olungml deadl'M'k, In an effort lo con
liovert what ha benn an rlenrly manifested as
the public will.
The choice will be beluren Oenernl Wood anil
Xenntor I II nun Johnson. And hecsuao tho
choice will be belween llieao two, and because
political condition are what they are, wn think
the nomination of riermrnl Wood Is a practical
certainty and on an wirly ballot. Wo Ihlnk tho
Johnson Influence will be sufficient in insure a
platform In keeping with tlm clearly defined
wish of the great majority of Mm American peo
ple. For whoever Mm candldato and whatnver
the pisiform, both must be such ns to Insure
the active and sincere support of tho super
American who has provun that he posarsses Mm
ronfldenre of the popple nasi and weat, north
ami south, rich auilpoor. to an astounding do-
Tin: iNTi:.Mi'i:itA.('i: or sim:i:ii.
Hometlnie we think Mod niiuln a terrible ml
lakn wjiwf he Rave mnn Mm power of speei h.
Some fif'tlmin us.' Hie power In such Indefensible
way! There Is the case of the publisher of tho
lluffalo Commercial who chaigi-d beforo an of
ficial board of Infinity that lm International
Typogiaphlcal Union, tlm trade organisation of
pi Inters, censored the new column of all but
four newspapers In Amerlin.
Tho World holds no brief for I. T. U. Home
of Mm prnctlces of soum of Ha subordinate or
ganizations It ban not hesitated to condemn se
verely. It will do so again If occasion warrants,
and the criticism will he put In typo by n mem
ber of tho organization, changed to a printing
plato by another member and Into Mm printed
page by still mother.
ll probably Is trim that somo of Mm subordi
nate organizations of the I. T. V. have been
Rtillly of refusing to perform their functions be.
cause of matter objectionable. Hut to assert
that Mm I. T. I'. authorizes such rebellion against
Ita own discipline In ns palpably untrue as tho
Inference that llm publishers of the United
Slates cowardly submit to mich Incites.
And It Is for Mm publishers that we do hold a
brief. A few offices may havn suffered from
tlm radical procedure complained of, but thou
sands have never encountered any such arbi
trary abuses on Mm pari of members of tlm 1.
T. IT. Itadlcallsm Is as destructive on ono side
of tho contest as on tlm other. And mendacity
Is to bn condemned no matter whose the tongue
that prartlcis It. Tlm publisher of tho lluffalo
Commercial rendered no servlco to anyone by
hla Intemperate and wholly false assertion,
HM.IC1TI.NC. KUKOITS A PI'KO VAli.
The administration forces In congress met
Tuesday to ngreo on a plan for defeating Mm
peace resolution which Is about to bo put on
passage. Mr. Secretary Colby, acting and speak
ing for Mm president, met with senators and
vigorously opposed the adoption of tlm resolu
tion because "ll Is likely to draw crltiilsm from
Uuropcan countries. America associate In the
It may be necesa.try for the country of C.eorgo
Washington, of Lincoln, of (Irani, of Cleveland
and of Itoosi'velt to consult the nations of Hu
ropo before making disposition of lis own affairs
or serving Its own Interest, hut the thought does
terrific violence to tho spirit of nationalism thai
set up, maintained and developed tlm American
Ideas of gnwruumut.
And In contemplating such a possibility we
Tin: A I A.N WHO Connor.
(Copyright, 1020. by Hdg.ir A (iuest.)
Ho wears a Uuir and solemn face
And drives tlm children from hi place,
lie doesn't like to hear them shout
Or raco and run and romp about.
And If they chance lo climb hla tree,
He la as ugly as can bo.
If In hi yard they dilve a ball.
Which near his pretty flown should fall,
lie hldua I he leather spher away,
Hoping to thus prevent their play.
Tho youngsters worry him n lot,
This sorry man who has forgot
That once upon a lime, he, too,
The self-ame mbtrhlef used to do,
The boyhood he has left behind
lias strangely vanished from hla mind,
And he Is old and gray and cross
For having suf fried such n lots .
Ho thinks he never had the Joy
That Is the birthright of a boy.
He haa forgotten how he ran
Tied to a' poor dog's tall n can,
Ilrnke window panes, and loved to swlpo
Some neighbor's apples, red and ripe
He thinks that always, day or night,
Ills conduct was exactly right.
In bos today ho cannot see
The voungster thai ho used to bo,
Forgotten Is that bygone day.
Ho wan as mischievous ns Ihey,
I'oor man! I'm sorry for your lot.
The best of life have you forgot.
Could you remember what you were,
Unharnessed and untouched by apur.
Thcso youngsters that jou drive away
Would bo your cnmiadrs hrrf od.iy.
Among them jou coiud ga wa'k
And share their laugh'cr and hv r ta'k
You could be young and Mi He as hey
Could you recall our yesterday
i in only Im reminded of the great good fortun.
that attended tho birth of Mil republli , whb h
wa In defiance of tho power and arrogance of
these uino European rountrlr. For hud the
gowrmenl been nffbered in that day by men
Hiilinaleil by Mm spirit that seem to fill our
high places of state Unlay, tho stars and stripes
would nsver have floated tu the brenzo, there
would have hcn no llnatnn loa party, no . on
tlnental congmss, no Hunker Hill, no declara
tion of Independence, no America a wn know I'
Wn stubbornly lefuse lo Imllnvn that Mm old
order has been iaad permanently. In the
patriotic fervor of faith us are clinging to the
hnpr that It has become only momentarily
nnllpsed by mllk-fnil Idealists whn prefer com
promlao and surrender with their momentary
enan to that heroic Hilton wlih h hnnorablo and
virile nationalism not Infrequently Impoln.
.By OTIS I.OflTON..
About the onlv shmvlng of oil In some of tho
Texas field I tlm vernacular.
The district captains appointed for "clean up"
wek should not ho confused wlih the now poller
&n far as wo have been able to observe, Mm.
Sturgooira criticism of Tulsa bniiuly parlor h.ia
had no effort on tho "waler wave."
We gather from Mm story of a fata) shooting
In Tulsa Monday night that there Is on more
vital spot than surgery has heretofore taken Into
On of the mnu trying thing In this country
Is an attempt to analyze Mm "straw voles" for
prcRidcntlal preference after the state have
It I understood that wlmn nnn of the first
alders arrived at the scene of tho cycllne's havoc
he found that hi box of medicine supplloa con
sisted of pills.
The lllllo tremolo shock which rippled
through the city Tuesday wa dim to a brick
wall caving In and not to the change in the city
administration as sonm thought.
One reason whv we hesitate about taking In
tlm editorial meeting at MeAlester la tll.it Mc
Alestnr Is one town which did gel enthusiastic
over Mm old clollma and overall fad,
Wn suggest to those who may bo Interested
that a printed form letter would bo much more
effective In soliciting classified advertisements
than th present anonymous method.
II. J. doom, sometimes known as It. J Mr
Cune. sent this distressing telegram to Tom
llta fiom Stroud Tuesday: "Just saw a mint
bed In May In Oklahoma " If Im had seen llm
mint bed In Chandler his telegram might have
been morn optimistic.
Ordinarily this rolyum does not feej called
upon to offer suggestions to base ball managers
but wo will venture tho hint to Charlie nrlll
thai ho Induce the manager of the Oklahoma
City leant to secure Johann Van Albert, the
t!)-year-old youth who me.mudes R feet fi Inches
for his pitching stuff. Ho ought to have a beau
Jiaromctcr of Public Opinion
Tito rirt Inauguration.
Hdllnr World Among 'Oklahoma Outbursts'
there recently appeared the following:
"Just to show how historians fall down on
many Important details. F I.. Sleenrod has
been searching all the available records and
can't find who administered the oalh of office to
tleorgn Washington when he assumed father
hood of Mm country and the presidency of the
t tilled States. The most Important thing his
torlans remember In the life of Washington Is
his 'farewell address.' which has driven Wilson
This Interested me. and I "looked In the hook
to see." A a result, I am able lo vouchsafe
the Information that the chancellor of 51m
stale of New York. Hubert It Uvlngalon, ad
mlnlitered tlm oath lo fiencral Washington at
his first Inauguration.
The book In which I looked Is a rather tin
usual, a till presumably somewhat rare, historical
work by It M. Hovens. published 10 years ago
under the title "rlreat F.vents of Our Fast Con
turv " Perhaps a short exrerpt regarding the
occasion now under discussion would bo of In
teresl, so t iiiote:
"At S o'clock on the memorable morning
(Thursday. April HO, 17S:i.) tho sky was overcast
and the apearance was that of a gathering
storm. Hvrrybndv noticed, however, that the
moment the bells be-all to ring the sky cleared
and by the close of divine service llm weather
was serene ami neauiitui. At noon tiio proce
slop that was to conduct tlm president to I'eil
oral hall assembled In duo style opposite his
residence In Cherry street. Them weio the
usual military companies, all the chief municipal
officers, (ho congi cssional committees and tlm
new cabinet multitudes of lllstlnguished citi
zens bringing tip tlm re.ir. Ily this assemblage
the new president wns escorted to Federal hall
whtrli stood at the head of Ilroad street. In
Wall street, where the custom house was sub
sequently built. The old building had been
put In repair at considerable expense, but 11 wa .
still go rickety that cautious persons looked for
ward to the ceremony with uneasiness. The
ptocesslnn having arrived and tlm hall occupied
according to tlm program, nothing- remained but
lo proceed with tho solemn formalities, and
when It Is remembered that thero was no pre
cedent In hlsiorv for Mm Inauguration of a
republican pirsldent. ono can only admire the
striking dignity which characterized the whole
occasion. At tho door of the senate chamber,
to which the eyes of tlm whole vast multitude
wore intensely directed, tlm vice president, John
Adams, met (leneral Washington, and with
consummate but unaffected case ami grace of
"'Sir. Urn senate and house of representa
tive of the I'nltcd Stales nro ready to attend
yon to take Iho oath required by the ronstltu
Hon, which will be administered lo you by tho
chancellor of the state of New York."
"'I am ready to pnneed.' was Washington
reply, mado with his accustomed elegant dig
"The vice president now led tho way to the
outside gallery, the president followed, with as
many of the high functionaries as could find
room, and all wero presently gathered on Urn
balcony fronting on Wall street, of the group,
perhaps the most striking person was Cnncclloi
Livingston, In a full suit of black, anil, like
Washington, one of tlm finest looking men any
where to be seen Secretary Otis carried the
Itlble on a crimson cushion, and near him wero
(lenrrals ICnox and SI. Clair, Itngor Sherman,
Aloiander Hamilton, and other persons of revo
lutionary fame. At tho proper moment the
cjincollnr administered tho oath, with great de
liberation and rmphasls, to Washington, who,
bowing down, seized the book, kissed It. and ex
claimed with closed eyes and much emotion, 'I
swear, so help mo Ood!'
" 'It is done." the chancellor declared, and
turning to tho crowd exclaimed. 'Long live
fleorge Washington, president of tho United
Slates" This last named declaration, on tho
part of tlm chancellor was in Imitation of mon
archical custom The error of this practice
whs, however, soon exposed and abandoned, but
at this nme the crowd thought of nothing but
the exii'mg solemnity of the scone and mam
who demonstratively waved their hats were tuo
overcome bj enm'ton to loio in Hie huzzis
1 inn Hie foreRouiK will not bo considered IOo
Icncthy to prin' in yur paper
ROBUKT EMMETT BENNETT.
THE RESTLESS AGE
Mr. HarhrtJg wai an entighttnrd farmtr. II
btUmvJ that lift hotJt lemelhing btiiJtt hard Work
and profitt. Each yrar inittad of putting all its
profit l bach Into Ih btitintu h dtvottd part (
making lift pltatanttr for hit wifa and daughter.
" Tha wonwn on tha larmt have the hard time,"
he would toy, " and it't a good Invtttment to keep
He followed the tame policy with hie mm. He
tidei paying them unit I he provided recreation, the
lack of which so often drivee labor from the coun
try. Hit farm' were operated eclentifically and the
men who worked for him became in time tkilled
mg ricult firiiff Thole who ehoiurd Induttry and in
telligence were aided In their dreire to become in
" The one big human Impulte," he often told, "It
telf.interett. It'i the driving force that maket folki
work. Vou'c got to give a man eomethlng to look
forward to eomethlng beiidee hit bare living if
you expect him to go forward. Sttf-lntrreit it jutt
another name tor hope, though it don't sound to
Hit philaiophy wai luccenful. Coniidering tfia
mmbltloni and hopei of othrji ai well ai hli own,
he retained help when other farmer were bewail
ing iti tcarcity.
" You tee, my policy ain't entirely uneeldih. I
get better work and better reiult. If a man itickt
and doei hi work I'll help him, and he know it.
If he don't that'i hi own lookout. There'f alway
lome natural drifter who don't tick to one job
long enough to do it or them any good. They're
hopeltii, but the flayer dtierve a iquare deal. He
muit have the tame chance to improve hie poiitlon
that the city worker hai,"
Mr. Ifarbrldge'e two older daughter weri the
wivei of tenant farmer who operated her father'
farm on that.
Bv JANE I'HELPS
Qy JANE IUEUS
, thin negligee.
. ' I. .. ,
.X Ureal') XXUIt. ll'liwcn in rn
t.'ilw.r loine.l mother 111 trvlne to that I forgot
persuade mo to stay
Hut I had every few mlnulcH.
mode up my mind and so caught the
f. 30 train. I would reai h homo a
When It struck
zine down and went Into the kitchen.
Delia had not yet como In. but that
really made no difference ns I In
tended to cook something In the
chafing dish. I got all ready. Moth
er had given nm a cold chl. ken and I
cut tlm white meat off and laid It
aside. Then 1 got some fresh mush
little a tier ". and Delhi would give
me some dinner, then 1 would lead
until llob came. I smiled as 1
thought how surprised and delighted
Im would be.
It was a business engagement, and
ho would probably be hungry wlmn
Im rn me In. 1 would have, a nbe lit
tle supper ready for him. With such
thoughts the time flew by. and when
I rem bed the station I was frankly
surprised. II was verv warm, and at
flist I thought I'd lake a taxi, then
climbed on the bus. 1 knew that
had Hob boon along he would
havn taken a taxi all the wav homo.
Hut I was ery economical, I always
had been. Then 1 enjoyed riding on
Mm bus. listening (o Mm conversation
around nm. and watching Mm people
In the streets.
To my surprise Delia was out. I
foraged around and got myself some,
thing to eal. wondering xvheio In the
world she could bo. Suddenly It
Mm station, anil laid condiments and
other things handy. I set tlm table
ill rnctlx cly
sumo of the
homo for tho center. With a llttlo
laugh at my foolishness I laid a rose
but at endi place. Itcally It looked
Delia enmo in beforo I hnd quite
"Oh, I'm sorry, ma'nm! Mr. Oar
rett said you wouldn't be home and
there was no need for me lo slay In "
"It Is all right, Delia. He didn't
know I was i timing. It Is a little
cu nm to me that Hob had probably
told her she could ro as he would
not be at home foi dinner. He prob
ably hud telephoned her.
1 had another surprise, however.
When 1 went Into llm bedroom Hob's
clothes were si uttered about, and I
knew that Im had boon homo to
surprise for him. You can go I
bed, ho won't bo long now, and 1 11
wait on him."
ile said Im might be late, and told
me not to bn frightened lu re alone
"He'll not be very late," I said with
conviction. "It's after 10 now."
After Delia went to her room I re
turned to my story. It xvas then
half past ton. Surely Hob would
bo along In a few minutes.
My story was Interesting and I fin
ished it as tho hour again striuk
Eleven o'clock! what could It moan?
I began to feel frightened Had
something happened Hob. MY Hub!
suppose he had been run down by a
motor tar and killed; or some one
had held him up; or well, thorn
wasn't a single way In which harm
could come to ono In a big city that
didn't enter my mind.
Half past eleven, twelve struck,
and still he did not come, Now I
paced the floor In fear. Finally 1
went to the phono determined to mil
up Tom Harton and send him out to
look for Hob. Hut Just as I was
about to take down the receiver 1
remembered tho lei turn Eslo had
given mo. and hesitated.
I tried to remember the names of
the different ilubs Hob had men
tioned, but I xvas too frightened and
I looked In the closet to hoe xvhlt
suit he had worn, nnd was dumb
founded when I saw ho had dressed
in evening clothes.
"Queer ho should dress up for u
business engagvnn nl." I said aloud,
then remembered that men often did
when dining at a ilub. Perhaps ho
had gone to somo smart club for
dinner with Mr. ( roedmore.
1 round a late magazine and
turned on the electric fan -after 1
had made untPlf lomfortabln in a
MHi MARTIN )
In spite n' th' awful prices scarcity
o' material an the condition o ever
thing in general wo am t heard a
hustler complain lis been many a
day nines any woman movement
has caushl on like th ahtmaij'.
71 The ChlMO Trtburm.l
Emily wa hi only unmarried daughte
.t t i ... . ... na. anu wen tnev no enion ore per-
r.ffy, wxih eye brimmmg over with frlendhne.i. j ' ,ltnt. depending on
ifl a cvriuin wvwtiir.fi (r ipr.l iiiv u-u
with her parent In the living room of the old farm
house. Through the window came the freth, clean
tmell of tprlng. Her eye often eought the clock,
but It wa not of bedtime the wa thinking. Her
hair wa arranged with tpecial care and her dren
wa one of her prettiett.
Her father lookrd up from hi newtpaper.
" Well," he tald a he took off hi glastet, " the
city folk are having their trouble thete day:
Labor and capital teem to be getting mott of the
money, and the 80 per cent in between are getting
the worriet. They're the one the big, helpleti,
unorganized middle clan that I pity. And that'
where mott of thete boy who are leaving the farm
will land. They all want white collar job,"
He brightened tip.
" But you'll eee 'em tramping back to the farm
before long. They'll get lck of being robbed in
the daytime and tqueexed into a two by tour room
He tmiled at the thought.
M By the way, Emily, I wa driving patt Ceorgm
Wickham'i place today and I taw Tom."
Emily looked up quickly.
" I didn't get a chance to talk to film. He Wa
tinkering with an auto out near the barn."
He looked at hit daughter.
" There't a level headed boy, Emily, lla't flick
ing to the farm. He won't be carried away by thit
Emily fluthed with pleature.
"He' coming over tonight, father. He ff-'
phoned that he wanted to tee me about tomething."
Her eyet were bright at the looked out at the
nerx'ous to recall a single one. Fin
ally In desperation 1 called Delhi.
and when she slipped on a
and came In to mo I asked
In tli Avixl'itnlnr hi fr.111-
thing had happened to my
Why. It's only a little
she said as she looked at
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I beenmo qulto In-
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fuirj. mil "Ul ".iu' " ' ' . r""". "
to glance at the Uoik'Uscd to stay out until 2 or
and my lady thought nothing
10 I laid my maga
It. She used to go to bod nnd go to
sleep. Which begging your pardon
Is what you ought to do."
"Mr. C.arrett's not that kind of a
man, ' 1 said stiffly; then,
mv fear, again 1 turned to
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left me as latu as this of
free will. Something Iiiih
1 had bought them In
In him I I-,,,.,.- . I, nr., 1,, " I
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, ,, -o! hn never thought
with (lollies, and used
your being here xvattlng. you
ho wouldn't hurry."
flowers 1 had tarried
"Hurry!" I repeated. "Why.! Poisons whoso htrthdatc It is havn
Delia, do you know It Is nearly half , Mm augury of a happv. sunossful
past twelve '' ixiar. They should be careful to
"Yes. ma'am, but that ain't late avoid ncldents.
for men." Children born on this day will bo
"I must do something'" I tip ox. nndmglv artlvn and selt-xvillcd in
paying no attention she wan lg- all probabilitx . These sable, ts' of
nornnt. she dldn t understand Hie ' Taurus are xcry tenacious In nil ontn
dlffercnco between my Uob and other Ions.
men what use of wasting words' ic.pjrl.bt I9:n h, tb. MTiiir. v..nr-r yjnnti
Mow pleased and sur
would bo when he came
"Thc Old Reliable" jl
KURTZ MANN tNS,
A Piano xvlth n quality that Is isurcil. A , "iiVT JU 3
piano that has Ihvii built honestly ami care- irt v
fully for over txvo-tlilrds of a ccnttirj. Tho H y C
beautiful Kiirtmann tono will delight ou T !
through the jcitrs becaiiM' the excellent con- ,. r-r-- , ( fi y
slructlon of Dm platm xvlll prc.M'ivn It. Itf J
Wo m'omiiiciiil the Kurtzniaiiu Piano. It !h
xvlll gle sci-xlce and satisfaction sueh as : - 5" jjj jl
jou have u tight to expect, K if j
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Commission KB 8j tX -Vk
117 SOI'TH MAIN H&ril -t
s.(iF. ;u:ia-:ii;ii HltLH'Pt'QO
A. .1. CHlPi:, MuiiuRor JpPftM
Klttins and cat.
) No matter how mitl a. klttln Is,
1 it will be a cat if it waits long onuff.
'Tins proves that nil rats used to
he kitilns oner, hut they nrver will
.ngen. Wen a rat ha klttins It gen
erally has Bcvrel at once, hoing moro
of a serprlze than If It ony had one,
even If It wasent lxpectcd to havo
""a ml has 0 lives, most cats brfr.S
pntty reckllsa tho ferst 7 or R on nc
1 count of knowing theres more com
ing If joti eeo a cnt setting and
looking nl a dog- with a fresh lxprcs--ion
you know Its proberly because
rn got morn than one llfo left and
dont haff to he careflll et.
Kittm ire more playflll than cats.
It xmi hold up a pence of string to
a kiitin. It will chime It all erround
, injoy.iuly, but if you hold up a peece
1 of string to a cat, It will Jofct net
I iltere and look at yntl a If w
! wondeung why ou dont chase ll cr
I round yourself If ou wulit It chasod
Klttins dont open their eyes for 3
dn. and wen they do enmp ore ser
ii.frijf . wa. Iticy ixpccinu iu i"-,-.
ous hate wattlr worse than env-
Ihlng. and their sensation -must be
fearso wen aumhody drownds them
Wen rata are mad they put the
middle of their back up. their fax-or-Ite
food Is fish nnd milk, their voice
Is plainest a' nlte, nnd wen peeri'"
wunt to tawk to them without know,
ing their name they Jct call them
'Tho Mxrn In'hne. but do nM compfl "
THCItSDAV, MAY 0, IIIUO.
Mars nnd Mercury rule strongly
for good In the afternoon of this day,
according to astrology. Jupiter and
Neptunn are slightly adverse In tho
It Is :i fortunate time for trade
provided that all hazards are con
slderrd hefore any big step toward
Thern xUll he great demand for all
who xvork In Rteel or whp manage
marhlnery, owing to some now de
mand that Is In somo manner con
nected with wnr.
Building, especially the constric
tion of largo pieces of masonry, has
n most encournglng sign making for
the erection of momorlals and monu
ments. Mars and Mercury are today In an
nspect that teems to prcsago soma
sort of a treaty or written agreement
looking toward tho formal recogni
tion of pence.
This should ho a lucky (lay for
signing leases or contracts. It Is also
especially favorable for publicity of
cxet y sort.
During the Rummer months wom
en and children should safeguard
tho health xvlth special vigilance, for
Mm stars from to foreshadow a pe
culiar susceptibility to disease.
Astrologers dednru that socialism
will spread rapidly In tho I'nlted
Vx ti t Lnmix.
husband. "V' 'lt'lll,1; "ensures to eheik It.
after 12." September will bring somo sort of a
the clock, demonstration. It Is prophesied,
I!.--,... Duplicity nnd cunning wll he un-
i in ! i ll ill I-I-IUI1II lie KUliailOllS DO-
'"''"" tween thl rnnntrv nnrl n fnmir,
:t o'c lock VJ1" nl,fl " foreign
power, If the stars are read aright
Congress will Investigate this utso
and others. Mm seers ptedbt.
The death of a woman who holds a
high position In public affalra Is fore
told. because of
Mm ciil .. .."'. 1' mrK'-
i,r i aiuoiiiiis ni money nerore tne inl
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Again educational matters xxill bo
i,.. .ii'i....' or great concern and sweeping re-
abouf "''" .!XJ'U:"':'
see, so h P, ., ' " " e V " I "'Id' "" ZJ
I ? ' ,f,' l. Jl1"1 B l0ok,nB low,,rd