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TULSA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920
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thi- Lord Invrin h" orrorlMh. vt'li 11" n fulhnr
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ho imltlnR 11 1 ti koiI flKhl.
Mr. Tn ft MiVM tin M not ii lilt Inliirrrlrcl In lh
fnrlhromlni.' rfpiihlli'mi innvontlim. In kIiiipIp
limtlcd In Iho Kriitlciiiim It iiiIihI iHiiiilinlttfil Unit
nnlhliiK ho Ikih Mid of mhmiiiI monlliM IiiiIU'mIok
Hint ho In.
The minnto IlivrMlKiitlllB conimltl'o HMl pilh
ldhrrH In iiKn-o ninoni; (IikiiimcIvi'm iib t Iho lml
way lo mrrt the nhorltiRH of ni'WHpilnt. Ami If
the piiMIkIipiii iirr- nn ulno iih thny miKht lo hrt
thiy will mkito fimoiiK thi'innnvrH, or liny olhrr
wiiy, riilltiT lliim hnvo Kovoriimotit mkoiiIh Ip
chln for them. Wo ro umilloriihly hIIiii'IiimI to
KoverniDPnt for noma imrpom-H, nml Junl nn tin -nllnuhly
nppoM'il to It 6r other purpimcM,
UmnicMlomvlily there In ii new nihil wnrklim
In Mexico. Thin In (imply nUcnteil hy the fmt
that potltlral nilverni)i'li urn InlnK hunlnheil In
hteinl nf mnnlijreil. T)m flniime iplnlHter of tho
Into Ouniiiuui ickIiiio wiih npprehemleil Whllo
muldiiK hlN W1V to tho tmlleil KtnleH. tleiiornl
Ohrecon nrilciril Hint ho ho ulvcn diifflulent
fumlH for Imnirilliiio neeilH, emoitiMl to tluv
Interniillonnl linn nml tirilereii to nlny out of
Mcxliiin turiltory. A miinher of other Cnmiimi
KPiiernln vecelvnl nlmllitr luimnno tientiueiil.
TU'o exiunpU'N of iiloilorntlon nml ulwloiu nl
nionl leiiHH UN to wty Unit the Ohrrmm reKlmi)
oiiRht to he Himtnlneil hy the Mexidili people,
, unci coiiflriiiH our prevlomily i.proieil view thnt
there In no Amerleim inlml hehlml tho new revo
lutionary movement. i
SI'.NATOK WATSOX'M SI'I'.Kt'll.
Tho Hpeceh of Hcnutor U'iiIboii, nn rhiilrinim
nf the tmllnnn lepuhllnui convention, wiih, wo
think, 1-h titer HlKiili'lcnnt. I'M rut, hoeiiilso of hln
pulillo Mtilmncnt Hint Mio Mtule'H four ilvlcKutrH
ut'lnrKo to tho nntlounl ijonventlon would i'on
btruc (leneriil WimmI'n purittliy In lh recent pri
mary hk a imtmlnto tn mipport tho Wood (.'iimll
dncy. "HecaUHe." lidded Hcnator Wntnon, "I
cannot fool that It wotid ho honoralilo to do
TIiiiI'h flno! It In trim that under the Imlliiiri
law the btate convention wtiti Hot ohllKed to In
tiucl for Wood, nor tho delcKaten leKully ohllRcd
to mipport iIIh ciimlldacy. It ii tho moral oldiKii
tlon uiKiucKtlonnlily uxhtB and It Ih lnnilrlnn to
co men recoKiiUlnif moral honrnty, even where
legal honenty inli;ht have permitted a oontrnry
And 111 statins whnt, In his JudKiurnt, idiould
conittltuto the iiainnlount plank In the rcpuhll
rnn platform the Indiana honator iikiiIu hit a
sound ami popular note. Tint plunk ho mild
should he a solemn promise to rentoro a loptili
llcnu form of Roverniiient to the country, deelnr
Ini; thnt "iipurreil hy neccnltto!i of wnr (ImnKlucd
ncccHsltcs would hnvo Iipcii hetler verhaRo) and
Ul'K''d hy cxcuutlvo deniandn, wo all hut creatod
vi iiutucrncy in our own country ilurlnK iho ilihi
Vet., the return to n repulilcan form of Koern
nunt In all leHpertM Ih unnlly tho flrnl rMvntlal.
And tho nnxt four Hcnutor Wntnon (IiIiikh Mhould
I.lk-hlenliiB the burden of federal taxation;
Havliid tho country from bolnhovlMii, tho fht
tcpH helm; the dlnmlwul of muni' roili from
Deflation of tho currency;
Tho rcKlonitlon of friendly relation In ttultut
t rial cntcrprlro. mcunliiK'. we interpret It, a
friendly relutlonw hetwoen cnpltnl and labor.
Thti Wntnon fpeucli wnH xtutcNiuanllko. his
plHtfnrm prnpoMtln are nouikI and icuaro with
l'l'HI.UJ OPINION' IN AliAHAMA.
Senator Oscnr Underwood him lntiK been con
sidered nno of thn ablest men In the Pulled
(itatcn tennlo. llnd ho uono Into the senate from
a llVrnl, Indvpendcut state, politically spciklnc.
It Is llkoly that ho would have come, tn btund n
a lender comparnblo to sonio of the slatcNiuen
of the last century, Itut southern slalesmen
those from tho old south suffer a trcmendoun
handicap because of tho partisan prejudice that
rules In that section, And a senator cannot ilso
much higher than the author of his commission.
Hnnlor I'nderwood went Into the primary In
hln Mnte Tiiemlny imLlmt n reriomlnntioti. lie
I'nN nuppnited ho prefldent, mid lion 'endiiineil
IiIm prmllliin on the leiiKue of iinlloun. lie hnd
no tiiiprmltlim, At hunt that wiih the thoilKht.
A i iimpHiiillvely unknown man had announced
nKiilim! Iilin on the ii n I ri ti In fior tlihel, hut AIh
liniiin huh nnppomil to lie h hnlclcnn field for
inincni.nlH nt that kind, na hnpnleim an for a
I epiilillniu cHndldnle.
The flint i eti i nm intllciiteil Hnimtnr ITnilerwooil
v mi lil win hy a liiiiiilwiine majority. Hut Hi"
lli'l ri'turim fioin nlmraii every ei tJon of the
lull'. 1111111110 Midi he Will 1 1 II 1 1 IhrollRli hy I lie
iiHirnwmt pniwllilri inurMln imd may hn defKiilcil.
1'i'rfiapn lh nhh'M man the democratic party luia
In the Hennti In to he defeated by a union labor
We IIiIiiK (here are luo li'MHiim lo lie 1-nnicd
from thin A In tin nm piiinary. We refinln from
mentioning either. Wo believe that the average,
lender mil dHeit them for lilmwlf.
Tin: i-iti'.si ti:.Ni-s i i;i,i:;ii,m,
The preiddent'ii telcKrnin lo (Iih OrfKon voter,
.icmiinilliiH that the demoeintle parly make tho
i'nne In It uiieiMrK ili il form Hie Iwlie. linn
1'iilleil rmili miyh comment. It In noteworthy
that onlv Iwo ilemocnith' Miimtom uero wllllim
to be iimileil iih emlorHlliK tho prealdenl'ri Wand
llltdii'oi'k nml Underwood,
Hennlor Heed epltomlxeil the prtmldcnt'M doi'
iclne aa "the fined hehome of premeditated po
lltlial aiilclde yet devled."
I olonel Ilryiiu. at .la knonvllle, Klu., wild:
"I'reNldeiit WIInoii linn been denied tiifnrni.il Inn
emenlliil to Hound JiidKinent and wife leader-
nhlp." lie added. "Tho prenldrut nikn thn ili'lim-
in tie party to make a cnmpalK'i on tho theory
Unit the pi cRiiuiptlnn of wisdom with 20 dfliuo
eratlc nenatorx luplead of will) Iho majority of
I lie Hcnate or even a majority of the duiuoi rntn
of the neniite."
"On Mich a pbilforni." added Kenalor Itced.
"the democrallc pmly will him every Htate north
of Miihoii anil Dlxon'ii line and tho nolld houIIi
will he broken."
Which ptnvcH the popularity of the Wllnon
lendei'Mlilp In tho drmocrnUR party.
I.MI'OltTANT TO 'ITLSA.
Aniioiiuceiiienln have been made within thn
pant month that a number of Impoitiint oil com
panlcM will linmedlalely benln the ereKtlon In
llilnclty of permanent liomen for their rcHpcctlvo
iirKiinlKiiUiiim mid for their head'tuartcr'H officvH,
The rotiHlnntln IteflnhiR company will build n
nlx-Nloty office bullillniT for I In own uho. Client
nut & Kmllhi extennlvn operalntH, will crinntriiet
nn office hulldliiR for their firm. II. I''. Wilcox
ban a hltn ami will biilhl an office hiilldlm; for
thn Wilcox company, and TliompHou llrnthern
have put chimed a Kite and will erect a 12-ntnry
holding for I heir own office, with probably
Home cxcchh offlco Hpaco for rent. Tho con
struction of thcHn luilldlnKM, with thy comple
tion nf the 1.1-ntory lMwnrdn hiillillnK, which
now Heemn to bo In hIkIiI, wilt rIvo to thin ity
much needed nddltlnnnl offlco Hpnce and o far
tnwiiidH HolvliiK n Heiiiiun iirobtnm In offlco
looms. With the permltn for April runnliiKnvcr
tl.lino.000 and the total perniltn for thn year In
excewH of 0,000,000 TulHa cotillnucN to ho the nut
HtanilhiR city hi tho country In miliHtantlal Im
piovemriitfl. Clarcnco It. OihicIiis In Tho Tulwi
IIOit.MI ON SOMUCit lti:i,IKI
Keuator llorah ban Introduced a notdler relief
hill tlat In milind. It iirovbleH for the creation
of a .100, OHO, 000 fund covcrluea 10-ycar iierlod,
from which loium may In, made to cx-nervlcu
tnn honorably dlmii'ii kciI from the colnm. The
hiniiH would ho nt n rate of lntrrcHt and on Ioiir
terniH, not mom lliiiu ,$60,0011.0011 to bo thuu
loaned In any nun year.
There In no Immoral Klvlnc In thin. The plan
tlocn nni reu'ounlr.e. iih no plan nhoiilil recoKlil.e.
thn HtnlHtcr ihlloinphy that Kovcrnment Ih Home.
thhiK to bo bilked liiHlcad of honiotliliiR to bo
supported. And yet It does make iiniplii pro
vIhIoii whereby every cx-HcrvIco man can no
euro an Individual ncrxlce from that ko em
inent to wiilch ho rendered an Indlvldmil Rorvlen,
Tho Hoiah plan.. It neeniH to tin, should com
maud Iho Instant Ntippnrt of all membern of tbo
cniiRresH, ami be adopted an a niilmtltutn for all
pcmlliiK leKlKlatlon on thn iiu'bject of Roldlcr
Wo asreii with .Mr. Clement, president of tho
Tex'aH Kiain dcalern, that tho actlnn of Kovern
incut In flxltiK the price nf wheat durliiK the war
wiim unjimt. but when ho demands that Kovern
luont that Ih all thn people pay a Iuiko lump
sum ilamaRo to dealer and farmer liecaune of
thai we withdraw our approval.
Another nelf-sncrlflcliiK citizen ban b.n found
willing tn nupu'vs IiIh personal Inclinations and
head the republican national ticket If such
should bo the wish of tho cnuvontlun. lie Ih
(lovcrnor Franco of Maryland.
When yon h:ie wandered far nwny 4iid left
the old familiar scenes
To live for days and nlRlits afar frnin all that
friendship leally uhmiih,
ThoiiKh skies are blue and men are kind ami
Joy Is ynui'H from day to day,
How good It Is when come the hour which
starts ou on your homeward way.
Oh, there ts beauty In tho hills and music In
the roarliiK seat
The pine and palm are fair to know, hut
fairer In the apple Irre!
A straiiKei's smile Is Rood to see, hut wander
wbcresoe'er you may,
The richest Joys of earth are found always
aloiix the homeward way.
Thero comes tho time when scenes afar will
losn their luster and their thrill,
You'll want the oUl-fanilllar street, tho sit-
thiK room, where all Is still;,
Thn ncen of tho friends you love, the children
roinplnc at their piny.
And you will hall with Joy the tle.e which
starts you on your homeward way.
It matters not how fair the place to which
In seanh of pence you roam,
Thero Is nn thrill which can compare to that
you find In KctthtK home. ,
To be onro more with those you know' On
that tho Joyn of earth depend,
And sweet the thrill and Kl.ut U10 day which
brlnu you to your Journey s end,
Br OTI3 LOKTON
'I lie attorney general riil'n that hoiii" poker
purl Irs ar not unlawful. That don't help 111
"I'yclone narinwly uilnsen (' ' in a loMd'.M
Heveral npeiatlc slnBls have done the m no
Tulna fun are hoplriK the rainy neason in ihe
northern secllon of the Wtern lenKue n rr. (y 1
The next thine wo expsrl to hear w thai tl (
HO.OUi) ICenturky derby Is renponnlble for tho ,
Increaia In the price of hats. j
The Rlrl on Koulh Main my that when M ,
denied the hist young; man who nallcil up n ht r
inur thnn one kin he charwed her with bi i a
The Dnllan .Vetvn finds that 11 nrii li r ri is n
why a man hates for a pretty woman M ki 01 k
hltn down with her nuto Is becnuse It is s'i 1 .1 y
for her to peisiimls him that It W'an all hit fault
The llarltoHvUle Knterprise holds Hint this
iiunntlnn put to tho wilnenn hjt the I.iwmt Ih
leiidlnK: "Any you wiy that Uie boy hit his
dog between the b.ick porch anil the BaraR '
II In lieKtnnliu: In dawn upon Mr Sm.ill tint
when .Inko llnnton paid for hln air fHKhi from
MoAlenter to Claremnre, that tho chock did not
carry with It a pledKo of support "(or the fnlted
It tins been niiKKCstcd In thin ciilyuni that if
automobiles are .prohibited from parklnt; on
Main street the city . Kovoriinient should also
Imuo an edict against the biilill street ours have
of paikhiR 11I Third mid Main.
f'fish fade, one of the republican Immortelle,
ban aiinnunced for fhe Fulled Slates stnao
Mr. Cadn Is one of the most fluent ilrators In the
state. Ho has been known In sway political
cnnventions without making a sound above a
whisper, and his rubber hrela are Riiaraiteed
to be absolutely noiseless.
(jfuromclcr of Public Opinion)
What has happened? Did the attorney gen
eral "slam tho door" aRiilnst the simar iirntlteeis,
or did ho blow out the whole side of the barn to
lot them In7 llnnton Transcript.
Hack to Work,
The Daiien can now ko hack to their farmH and
dairies and their tusk of furnishing l'hirope with
Its much needed food supply In the belief Hint
for the proHcnt nt least they nro Hccute in the
existing form of government and free from the
mermen of extreme radicalism. New York Sun
How About It?
Hut It In perhaps rather embarrassing to John
son to have to recoiled at this llmo that only
four years ago he declared with a conviction ap
parently derived from experience: "If the time
ever comes when William II. Crocker nml Mike
fie Young support nie, then I shall know I nm
wrong." Ono feeU like asking: "How about It,
lllram?" HjirltiRflebl Republican.
Hallway I til I c Caleiililtlon.
When congress enacted that rates should be
fixed that would yield 5 Mi to C per cent nn thn
value of tho proportion of tho railways It fixed
the riuotlent of an unknown divisor and dividend
and told the Interstate commerce commission
to solve the problem of finding the unknown
quantities. That Is confusing, becatise It Is tho
leverse nf the methods of finding tho tax rate
with which nil nro familiar, and also hecaiiso
It Is tho reverse of thn practice of tho commis
sion In fixing rnten through a generation. New
Slim Clinlicn for Hoover.
An the matter now s'tnnds, It In rnnvelvnble
that tho republican politicians, In the conflict of
faction, may find themselves In a situation In
Chicago In which they will take Hoover, but
they will take him on their own terms, not on
his terms, It s far morn likely, however, thnt
they will not tako him at nil, and that another
nlllnnce of republican radicals and reactionaries
will deal with hint In tho national convention an
the .Johnson-Crocker alliance dealt with him In
the California primaries, New York World.
At Its Source.
Unless we nro to go on with our ballooning
until the Inevitable catastrophe overtakes us. tho
only remedy, If not thn only sure cure, Is tn be
found In our personal attltudo toward the situa
tion. Ono man In ovetnlln or old clothes cannot
accomplish a great doal, but millions of men anil
women governed by his spirit can work eco
nomic wonders. We have been talking abnut
high prices and lamenting them for a long time.
Willi no change for the better. Clearly eunilRh,
one wny and perhaps the only safe way tn cor
rect the evil Is to attack It at Its source New
loliiiMinV Political Asioclatcs.
Senator .lohnsoii . . has secured moro
delegates thnn he wan credited with In tho first
forecasts. Hut ho has done so by making al
liances that practically preclude his nomination.
Ills association with Hearst has brought him
support, anil so has his catering to iro-(lerman
and Sinn Fein elements, hut he Is driving away
a more numerous company. Ills election would
fotco tho republicans Into making h dofeiudvo
campaign would lead tn attacks the democratic
press plainly hopes to be abln to make, it will
he of llttlo uso for Senator Johnson's friends to
disclaim his personal responilhlllty. Puhlle men
nro proporly Judged by tho political company
thev keep. New York Tribune.
Not r.xactlv Perfect.
As n pregnant romnientaiv nn the California
primaries, and those In a nuntber of other stales,
this statement, mado some time ago by nn elec
tion statistician In tho offlco of tho secretary
of stnto of California. Is worth keepltiR In mind:
"An elector may register republican, democrat,
socialist, non-partisan, or In any other way. and
at the primary he may vole an entirely different
ticket, Just so long ns he deslKnntes Ihe party
name of the ticket he desires to vote In signing
the roster In the election booth" No primary
system could he more ronvenlont, Mber.il or
bosnltnhle. hut as a means of aseerialnlng party
sentiment and naming party candidates it seems
to lenve a good deal to he dashed- New York
Race Slllchh'i il
F.dltnr World' In Saturdays Issue you had i w,f.L L ' .. ,"1'1
n very Interesting editorial upon the deondence 'tally " Ith nnother womBn. ,
A,ForrC,so,-.re 'ears I have been observing the Sue' of "musVc TrttV"
custom of many women employed by the oil Vleve von nlav better thn Mrs"
companies and banks, of Tuls.i to marry. Kll),0 ,,u ,,CUpr ,hnn Mrv ,
-OnilllllO in Ulilil un-ll n urniiniK III
spend the money on motor cars or more ex
travngant dress than their husbands could af
ford; no thought of making a home or rais
ing a family seems to enter their mind. Often
they set a false standard of dress In their
office, due to the combined earnings of their
own nnd their husbands, a standard tho un
married girls strlvn to keep up.
These brlRht. educated, brainy women, nnt
nnly of TuIsh. but nt America, are the hope
of tho race, tn their offspring. Are not the
American employers doing wrong in allowing
them to continue In ihelr position? Statistics
'show nn alarming decrease In the American
birth rale, especially among the educated
clause, and It Is time for the people tojdlscuss oilier things -matters In
gravely consider what It will mean tn a few
short years to us.
I'RO HONO PIHUCO,
Tu!m, May 12,
THE RESTLESS AGEi
Emily HarhriJg annutrmd a familiar fcnoefc
the front door. Tom Wichham had torn:
" Wll, iptahing of unfit" ihm bgan,
wtra talking about you juit a minut ago."
' " Wtll, thinking of angtlt," h antu.tr rA,
btn thinking of you all day."
She imittd. She was accuitomed to hit tompll
mtntt, but the feared they came more rarity tine
he had been in Franc.
"Couldn't you find anything elte to think about?"
"Nothing half to nc. 'Ilanettly, Emily, you'ra
getting prettier every day."
She led the way into the parlor, where the girl't
parent greeted the young man with tmiling amia
bility. He wa evidently high in the family favor.
" Father hat jutt been paying you a compliment,
haven't you, father? "
" We were jutt talking about all th young tU
low leaving the farm," taid Mr. Uarbridg', " and
I allowed a how you war on who wouldn't get
taught by the epidemic. I gut that't what Emily
The boy' fac wa a ttudy. ft mxprettion
changed inttantiy. Th tmil wa gone and hi
troubled yet thowtd the real dittr h wa feel
ing. It did not antwtr, and hi tilence became
Emily tented the ttrain, and a moment later th
older people were vaguely contciout of tomething
wrong. Mr. Uarbridg wondered , if he had taid
anything to embarratt th young man.
After an awkward paute Tom turned to Emily.
" Don't you want to ride over to town and
th movie? "j
For a long time after th car had ttartad nothing
wat taid. At latt the pokt
" What't.th matter, Tom? "
" O, nothing nothing much, Emily. m tarry
if I'm acting lik a gloom."
ci i ATTiut xyit.
Ml tho romance tdyTTTci had held 'ment nt his
was ceniereu around miuijri u.ir-,-"'
rett. Other young men who had paid scorns that
me careless or soml-caroles. ntten- nie and make me happy. It Is i understand thn task before me. To
tlonn had counted for nothing at the 'little I . ask; Just to do tho plain CUUcato Hob, to teach him to bo do
tlme: now they were" almost forgot- everyday wholesome thlnffS father mcstlc.
ten. I had room only In heart, mind una motner do. nicy are happy,
and llfo for one mnn, my husband. An Impatient exclamation csenped
Thorn was nn real friendship pos-I Hob,
slhle between Rob's friends and mo. j ..Vor fathor In nn old man.
llll'ir OUUIIliR. I'll IIIU ,-,.. ,
y different, nml I was so set ;n my , - ;
l.iA,.a ...v ,.i,niaUll,ta t una nnt ullf. , I0r
irti...i.. ...in.i i.. ih v...M tt i in as
I do- why.
IILI.-Illl ,111,11.-1, ..I ..t, ', -
vivacious 'starve lo
world, not wise, nor
enough to make them care for my
companionship, moro tiian I enrea
for theirs, one always feels those
things even though unexpressed.
I began 4n resent Hoh'n admiration
for beautiful or Interesting things
whether women, men, nr books. This
attitude was an unconscious one at
first; but gradually I consciously re
belted. I loved him dearly, my very
llfo belonged to him' his should be
long to nm Ih tho name way; elno
what meaning had the marriage
Hut when I tried to mnke Hob see
how I felt, tried to explain my ron
vtctlons, I noticed a growing imp.i
tlenco. This was so slight at first
that It was llttlo more than a flash,
but both his Impatience and my
knowledge of It grew dally. '
"I do wish you wouldn't bo so j
free, talk so excitedly to peoplo
who call; you never do when we aro I
alone." F.lmcr Root and his wlfo ,
1 did not llko her, a silly little (
blonde musician had called, and In '
discussing music, the writers of ,
grand opera, with Mrs. Root, Hob I
had talked loudly, gestlculited. and i
In fact grown so excited, talked so I
fast that neither Mr. Root nor I !
could speak !
"I don't know what you mean.
Margaret' what In tho world did I
do tonight to displease jou?" ho re
plied rather crossly.
"Why you got so terribly excited,
nnd talked so loud My head quit
ached before you fln'shed. No ono
was Interested either only thnt doll-
faced Mrs. Root. I could seo her
husband was hoied lo death " )
'Mrs. Root may be doll-faced nn
you cull her, bin she is a very bright i
woman, and an authority on musical .
Her knowledge of written
mush' Is wonderful.
and makes her
"Well I think It terribly bad form
to discuss by tho hour something
nisciira uy inn uour rumcuum
..Tlmnb mill ami n Irmt- . u I,
do, why not bo satisfied, without
wanting mo to be Interested In the j
history of all the old dead mui
Hob flushed, started to speak, then !
watted. Finally he said: '
"These discussions lead nowhere. 1
You have your Ideas about nil these
things, I have mine. As long as wo ,
don't agree and It seems never will,
why spend our time talking about '
them? After this we will try to only
talk of the things in which we nro '
mottialb Interested when we are
alone; bu( I reserve the right to
which 1 alone am Interested with
m friends and without unkind.
and u n-ailed for criticism '
lfZOI D Tho Chlrtco Trlbuiw 1
" Pleate, Tom, tell me." She wanted to pret
hi arm, but thi wat a new and a ttrang Tom.
II had never acted thi way before.
" Why, there' nothing th matter, Emily. Mayb
it1 tpring fever or tomething."
Th girl wat contciout of a vague unhappintt
that crept over her. Something wa wrong, torn
thing far from th happinett th felt thit night had
in ttore for her. She had looked forward to hi
coming to eagerly tlnce he had telephoned that he
had tomething to tell her.' Her lip quivered with
" I'll tell you, Emily." H lowd th car until
it barely moved. " I don't know whether you can
underttand or not, but ever line I cam back from
the other tide I've been to r title it I tometime
don't think I can ttand it. lVnn Wat over there,
in th mud and all that, I uted to lay, ' All I want
In the world ii to get back to Cod' country.' t
wanted to b horn, .here, with all th people and
thing I love. I wat tick of travel and foreigner.
In my imagination thi old horn itemed lik
Hi word cam fatter and fatter at ail th pent
up tmotion of many ttiHed month bunt loo.
" And then, when I came back, and all th peo
ple made a hero of me for a week or two, I wa
never o happy, I had th happinen of having
gone and of having don my job with some credit.
But then, after a few weeks, I Wanted to be going
again, and that' the way it' been for month. All
the rett have gone to th city and I I "hi voice
faltrd" Emily, I want to go, too."
Emily Wat crying loftly. She wa inexprettibly
"Poor Tom!" h murmured. "I'm to torry."
They did not go to the moviet, but returned
home. She taid a choking good night at the door,
and her parent heard her com in and gn at once
to her room. She had not coma In to lay good
an you evidently would llko me to
I wan jibout to make ,1 hasty re
ply, when I noticed the Rleam nf
Impatience, almost anger In his eyes.
I would say no morn now, i would
not be Impatient. 'Rome was not
built In a day' father .(iscd to quote.
1 would take my tlmo to bring him
to please me, nob?'' I
01 nnger huh tiiappuiiiv-
attitude filling my eyes.
around to my way of
reform him. Tho longer
him Iho hullur T win
- -- reiurni nun. mu iuiiklt
you should try to p ease nm, tho better I was
Klslo had said men were big ba
bies, overgrown boys, I would
freat hltn ns hiicIi. I would bo pa
tient, try not to find too much fault.
rhohl.. n.v. r.,l OUl I
nut l would not abate my
the Interesting things of llfo 1 bring him to my wny or
" hl;'l'-"'' : I bring
Margaret. I should nnt for a moment
death mentally If I did Tomorrow A Iist Weok
Received a Big Shipment of These
Carmen, Habanera '.
Panurge, Chanson do la Tour-
ainc (Song of Tourainc)
Emilo dc Gogorza
Cradle Song ( Mendelssohn) ,
violin iMischa Elmnn
Lo, Hear the Gentle Lark.. .
L'Eclair, Call Me Thine Own
Sunrise and You
-Fond Recollections, violin
cello Hans Kiiuller
-Symphony in G Minor, Menuetto
-Dunn Reinald Werrenrath
-How Lovely Aro the Messen
gers (2) See the Conquering
Hero Comes. ..Victor Orchestra
If All Your Hearts (2) Pastoral
Symphony .... Victor Orchestra
-Daddy, You've Been a Mother
to Me Henry Burr
Just Like the Rose
these records you will find music to fit every taste and every mood, Come
in and let us play them for you on the Victrola
417 SOUTH MAIN
. J. CRIPE, Manager
I bought a majlgger ut Mornf,
Slmmlnses storo yestldday af,;.
noon, being a trick mnJiKKer with.
luuui-i uuii ..ii nn- vim ui a r u Dbtr
luiif itliu n imi iuuiiit llling ,n ijj,
other end, tho trick being to put tk,
flut llilnn. llnilsr thn IuIiIa Pn. .
...,...u.. 1.. J ? "r
iv.iiti nuiui'Mii.-, iiuiu in lining; to V
and then snucczo thn ball and tnaj.
tho plato go up and down as if it k
haunted. Wlch I put It uti le pn.
plato and left the rubber bah lir,
Ing down under the lublo r'oth i
my place, nml wen tho bell ranr', r
supplr pop -tamo In and sai doitiB U'
saying, I feel all shaky today Ik,
lecvo Ive.hln working ton hard, 1
liaff to cut It out.
And as soon an he started i0 e,
I gave the ball '- squeezes and pfjt
plato went up and down twi. r
pop quick pushed his chair h.r k
looked at the' plate, and ma si rt, ,
Is It. Wlllyum, watn the niat'.rri
Nuthlng. sed pop. And hi sUric
to eat ORon and Just ns he wis go-i
to eat a lot of pcej! ori his fork ,
quick squeeze tho hall URCn and p0,'
plate went up and down on. c ait'
alt the pee, went off the fork nni
pop quick grubbed up his p'.Ue rj
looked under It without scesnit fn,'
thing on account of tho fh thi-j
being nil tho way under the tab.
cloth, and mo sed, For jnersy m
Wlllyum, wnt are you doing'
Nuthing, cant a man pick up vj!
own blato If ho wunls to? serf so
und ma sed, And look nt th'se ptq
nil over the table cloth.
hook at them yourself, sed pop
Wlch Just then I mado his plate r
up and down a limes, 11 nil ma, ,.4
My goodnlBS. Wlllyum, wat nleiiit.
thank hevvln. And he lookd aim
and I looked Ignorant, and he plckn
up his plate and the table cloih tn
everything and I had to ro nt
hod without hardly enything in
stummlck yet but 2 pork ch.,pjai"
2 helps of m.ish potatoes and abot,
Jii f ft l MM f j
"Tli mum Incline hut iln n a me
FRIDAY. MY It. 1020.
Astrologers read this ns an unim
portant day In planetary direction,
Uite In the afternoon Neptune li ii
There Is n sign that seems to fore,
shadow now vision In Internntloni.
affairs and belter conditions for thi
From acrosn tho neas will coin
messages that will bo beneficial, ari
commerco will bo materially stlni..
lated from sumo agreement arriB
tho powers. '
Persons whoso blrthdate It Is han
the nugury of rather a quiet jir
Those who aro employed show
Children born on this dny may b
inclined to be too generous. Ths
subjects of Taurus usually like tV
beautiful things of tho world ar:
many become painters or sculptors.
I lived with
heirlnnln r- tn
i uru nmi
beginning to I
- Knd Visit,
18657 How Sorry You'll Be, Wait'll
You See Esther Walker
He Went In Like a Lamb and
Came Out Like a Lamb
18658 Hand In Hand Again
. .Albert Campbell and H. Burr
AH That I Want Is You
18660 Hiawatha's Mclod yof Love. .
I'm Always Falling In Love
With the Other Fellow's Girl
18661 Left All Alone Again BIucs.j.
Medley Fox Trot f
...Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra
Whose Baby Are You? One
step.. Jos. C. Smith's Orchestra
18662 Karavan, Fox Trot
...Joseph C.' Smith's Orchestra
When You're 'Alone, Fox Trot
P. Biese and Novelty Orchestra
18663 I'll See You In CU-B-A, Medley
Fox Trot Palace Trio
The Crocodile, Fox Trot....
. .Wiedoeft-Wadsworth Quartet
417 SOUTH MAIN
, Osago 3133-3134
A. J. CRIPE, Manager
Don t jou really believe you