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rULSA DAILY WORLD. TUESDAY, .TUNE 8,
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n BRDAV, .mm m. man.
I will tint lrc you eenlforiltMl I IH BOtM
to yon John 14 I
WMIf my Miirli within "' Ii pruOaWfl
With kiiitiiw. iiMiipl.Hii.il Mi fciir.
LU iniin i xouM ttw lo "iv brtaal,
A ml lilinr my . ..mi ii'"" l MUM
Ahlitr In him. Ihiil Whn hr xhrtll APPMr,
m hM- ' iinfnlfiii .'"'I nni Ii h4 licfnrn
him art hl oomlng. I .lhn 2 :..
Why lint a pluntolptl MbbMt DOOhlBI pl0
unincwhnri. loWD tbOM MM pMkilll MUM nrt
mnii fm torH'n T
Ftm nrllhrr Kill" i vri MU whul M nlilk',i
for, lh object "f iii""! Hlh" iihwhiIhvh nrriiin
to h to MM MM ptlbll' l (lenih. Hurt nn Mfn
a ih ptlbU rVMl I In I II Im bi hi I'll Mllfi Ihn
alrlkn l rnllrrt off.
It don't mAltnr to VMlt ht m.rt of n 0V
rnmrnt ihey hv In Mcxho, or how much II
mount lo. hn In koiiik to he nualiml II "H
prlni lpl 11- MMM In rnnr1mnliii! i In , .1
llhil onlnr firm unit invi-nllRiitlni! it tlttrW4r4,
When the roll la rallrrt In Chtoava for Ml
nnmlnntlng WtHlW Alnhni w ill piny III UtTU I
lnipnrlnt role BorHO nllvrr lonmi1 OtltMrnfil
will rlm unit ilruinnllrlly MIDOUtlM thnt
"AlHhamk yllda to ," And aa tiaunl. Ihll
will prohably br the flint rurprlr.r of !hr l!i;!l
UMBO HUM I ri i lls.
The preaeni :ni m in ihi nil I'.n ih rhiii'K'il with
reaponnlblhl for high prlreM nnd UrlbrldlOd
profiteering throughout ilv rountiy by Herultor
David I Walik, domooml of fctMMabwttni
The grenii Ht advimi-e of pi li en In America."
he mated In a rei ent apeei h In the nrn.itn, "hiia
been cuuaed by our own govnrnmenl'a poKo
during the war. I pollrv lo whb-h I refer not
for the pur poo of erlMoVam, but to uneovar
as far aa poHalble the niuaen of nhnormnl living
rondltlona under which we are now mifferlng
'A brief review of the movement toward
higher prlcea and Ihla trend to the unpre
redented MMtelOlM BOnMnUAtlof! of profiler
tng. will aealet iib In appreciating- the govern
nient'M reapi.nail.IIH for thee baneful rOOUlt.
At the beginning the 1 1 emendoiiH upw .ird
tendency In the rnata of living wan the niilurnl
coneequen .f the govei nnient'H policy of
throwing open oui lu.irkcin i,, the enoriuoUH
new demandn of Ihe helllgeienl countilea for
munition: and other war material, food eup
pllen and necenallleft
"The drainage of our marMtl ciuned a aud-lcn
rlae In prlcea which ban atcadily luercHned and
itarted an era of profit making aim rampant
Our government became even a greater CttStORiar
lhan the people ihritiM-hi-i and by It per
mptory roojUlromoivti Rguaed i it 111 further rise
In prices I make ihm aurvry mmply In bring
out the facl that the government itnelf thi.-ugb
lta own choice of pOMMlYtt POtiulM la prim. i' ill
reapnnelble for the nutragcoun Itn reaae In the
price of living and Ihe acandatoue pro (11 niak
Ing All the greater, therefore, la the duly of
the government to lay hare the cnuaea of ex
rraalve prlcea and to reatore profit making to
normal proport lona.
"The new orgy of profiteering at the rxpenae
of both the government and Ihe people ban con
tinued HMM and until thla hour Condltlont
have grown T0fM II Hi-rma that a baml of
robh. r Infenta the land. A thla atrocious
niaterlallKtn InertMN 'he goveitimont, oulalde
of a few weak and tnalgnlf leant Ihtriita, haa
not even allempted a eoluilon."
Woltkl I) w ROtfti l H
l.'pon Ihe heela of Mr Taltner'a rep. t4
announcemenlM that the profiteer wan being
acotched and that prlcea would noon atari down
ward, cornea Hie report ,,f the national Imlim
trlal conference In Hoaton, which has made an
exhaustive aurvey of rondltlona and BOB) Of lo
the conclusion that the cost of living haa In
creased 21 per rem since I'almor commenced
reducing It The tedurtion Is all on paper,
mostly In headlines in the newspapers If
Mr. Palmer keeps on living to reduce the cost
of living, we will all land In Ihe breadline before
Home ttrat ago Ihe attorney general appeared
befor Ifcnffrm und outlined desired li(.la-
T-tMta rrr Mnrnl"! If
tlon. and additional power was beatowed upon
his department bv Ihe l.ever S't Also ap
Pfopl l-iilon for Ihe prose, ullon f Of ofltiif fl was
made In rvgpongg lo his NOJMgt, After
cnhliol POflforOflfrl list August. Mr 1'iilti.ir
issue. a U it, in' nl deflating that b- waii'l
Institute tlgld criforcenienl of laws relating lo
proftlemng A little lalet he said he wne
pl'a-itd Wl'l. Hie g(.v ertinieol campaign" and
that 'hiKb prloog are coming down ' In Hep
IgtnMl Mil -I' pat tmenl of Itlgt I eg diclate.l that
teporls frOlfl II st.itts nh'.we, a nt In foo!
prlOUg In 'be taller pari of October Mil
torney general announced thai he was " pie
pining" to Indict violators of Ihe food and fuel
control act, and late in PocigmMr he rcporlcd
progress ind pridlotprj a rlprllni In prices
l'ro(n wet k lo week for ijf. pant nine months
the itcpa 1 1 m nl of lusttre ha l.eeti l-auing stat'
mOlltg Intended to RfJflVlflOl till peopl. of Ihe
oo tin try thai Mimothing was bvtng goeomplliMrJ
1.". a. ' ... .1., ,,, llie purpose of Ihe large
pofysjri Minluiri and the large appropriations
made lo i nahle Mr. Palmer lo BOtltfMl a cam
paign Iggtnil profit,, -ia for the pufpose of fe
Iticlng pipes on the MilggMliM "f life
The only outat. i tiding and nlt'tf allotted re
suit of Ihe actlvltlen ,,f the (bpartment la the
dOgtnpgMotl rendered In the case nf l.oul-lnni
liugar. whl' h assuiid sugar produ ( rs that Ihey
would not lo tiihe,l o proserution If they
charg. .1 I ; or II . nta for their pi .tint Tin re
is at lesal one aperlflc Inelanre In which II hi
clear that Ho- n.Hon of f ItOPMI general
conlril.ui'd t,, an imreaae In pipe, Instead of
low, ilng it Hut there i no tangible or definite
evtden.e that the activity ,.f the department
Ihe evetrlse of Its powers or Ihe expenditure
of public money has brought anv relief to the
If the national Indllslila: confetetice hoard
Is Cornel In Ihe statistics It gathered, and there
has been a per cent lucre. ac In the cost nf
liv ing during the past car, Ihe statement whb h
Ihe hoatfl has prepared stands as an Indict
ment. If noi a c.nvli lion, of ihe department of
limine, us well as of Its rhlef, A. Mllihill
mi sr MAINTAIN ihuhtiov.
"Wl all know." said Ambassador lledfles,
"thai li was- your tradition to keep clear of
Kuropcan entanglements Here Is n Pluropciin
disentanglement thai Is alre.niy piling up on
yOttf social beaches dlsenianglenieni of the
'implicated Interweaving of man and man In
Ihe social fahrle" The ambassador referred
to Im spread to this country of the so, la I
unrest In Kurope, and b f t the Inference that
that had we consented to Ihe abandonment of
"Kuropean entanglements" we would not now
he subjected lo that menai-e
I a anybody believe for a moment lhat If the
senale bad rallfled the league of nations, do
mesne conditions In this country would have
been Improved'" (Julie Ihe contrary Willi
Ihe cettalnly of more wars In the Immediate
future If the nallnn were aublect to the ot. liga
tions of ihe league covenant. II Is not likely
that our citlxens would resume their customarv
serenlly The prospect nf further sacrifices, of
higher taxes, of more nf our hove slaughtered
on foreign fields, would raise such a slmon
of rcvoli as lo bring about Ihe overthrow of a
government Ihiil BOmmltled Us people to such
Ni: HO KNOW s
llenicnibering the extremities In which he
was placed in KrHiio. because of ihe lack of
equipment and the httage of trained men.
tieneral Tei shlng offered a word f warning
at the Miin.il.il day exenlses at Arlington
cemetery that should sink !n,tn the minds of
everyone who recalls the horrible cost to our
nation of our unptcpaiolnean in the spring of
ttM7, when wo entered the eonfllot. "In Ibis
solemn resence, my counltymen," said Ihe
general. "I pray you to take such reasonable
measures In lime of peace that never again shall
It fall to the lot of a commander to suff, r
the anguish of smil lhat conies when of neces
slty our gallant young manhoo, must unlually
boar ihe hind. ii of ..in- ib,nightltanti and tie
sent Into battel without ade.-uatc preparation"
sTi ii i'i i iiMr it vm i i i i:s.
W know a good story on an Irishman. We
cannot tr II because It Is the tvpe of story we
find great difficulty In i turldnt lug. Ilulawe can
Indlcals II and assume the 111. city of doing so
An Irishman with something on his hip"
liPOllad nnnclialantlv Into an open eell.irway He
fell with a apllntfflng ciaah. and as he slrugule.i
iprighl from Ins recumbent position he fell tt.o
trickle of ,i liquid substance upon his bate skin
Mv Hod " be s-1 Id. aa he s.t abOtll to determine
the extent Mini del ill- of the neel lent hope
It's blood " Public Ledger
MIT IMM Mi l II
There are times I get lo doubtln' that there
Is a (lod above
Who Is rulin' us In mrry and forglvin tm
Now an' then some awful sorrow- shakes my
fault In him a lot
An' I wonder. If he's gentie. why am h hurts
ho w ill pei nut
Then I hear the song birds slngin' out their
choruses nf glee,
An' I know no mortal ever made the robins
In I I tree.
oh, Ihe humblest daisy bloomln' is a proof
of power divine,
Kor the hand 0' man has never fashioned
anv t hing so fine,
t'onld a man replace the rosej, if the l.iai
frail hush should ill
or stall the grain to gtowin' if there waft
no seed supply?
Why. the vary gold an' silver which we fight
for, Jusl to lose.
Are the products of his wisdom which he
made for us lo use
Kverv star whl. h holds Us station Is a pt oof
of power divine,
Men mav trad ihe books of nature hut they
cannot change n line
They may learn the laws esthi!shed. they
may argue an' explain,
Hut thcv cannot hold the sunshine when the
skies are set lo tain
oh. the petals of a blossom an the cheeks of
those we love
Are the proofs hovond all doubtln' that there
la a tiod above.
(Copyright. I:'0. hy Kdjitr A. tluegt)
Oklahoma f 'it y is going to supplement the
rrorli of Rlrly Biindai b) putting on a Hafety
llrat week '
The supieine nir( de. islon upholding the va -
lldlty of the oistead s.t probabl) allmlMtag .Mr
Hughes from lb" dirk hotn , orral
An an In-lance of De. utlve clemency. Jerry
Hand Rata ih.t Okmulgee dogs aie taken three
llillea frOlfl town l.efoli la lng given A shot.
Home how ,,r othei ihe dope wrllerft who are
looking for a dark animal In Chicago don t seem
to be giving; our own .1 ike mil' h consideration.
The girl on Houlti Main says she ran always
pb'k a man whose wife is out of town by (he
dioopina look tie puis on when he meets the
A o ,,f people down here have n wrong ides of
thai la mianl bj I hi newi lhat Oklahoma
lake" in cultlflg i DIMridt table flgute In the
doing! at t hi. ago
We are (lid to kBOW Hi. i' Mr Kerry can now
tag jitat what he pleases kbOUl his seeds but we
Wl I he heller a.Hldli'1 If he Would put out
brand with an automatic cultivator attarhment.
fipcaklrg of road hogs (here la .lake
Hamuli who not only Insists on being nallonal
. omnilttaaman from Oklahoma, hut wants also
presidential nomination. Jake ought not to M
The Hev phi) Itnlrd of Oklahoma city ay
notlaga fratarnltlaa are a mangoa to university
'if' Or I'.altd. It aeems. waiitft to lake ,iwav
the nnl Induesmenl Hi enter college some of
our young pgopll have
Why do yog wear a silk shlrf ' Inquired a
CUrloiM eltlMH who In looking for (he pot that
a uses Hi, hum it lte..iuse ihevrs ensler to
I' ll repli.-d ihe night blooming cereiie who
adorns Thud and Main
"What d,, you think about it now" Inquire
an anxious t itlxen w ho Is afraid the rlpubllcam
are going lo make a mistake. " don't think."
repii. ,1 inn Dingley, "but i may he tbii to do
llltle spectiiaMng nhoiit the third ballot."
Banmttn nf Public Opinion
Inothrr Mim.-m and a iinnni,
dltor World Your adltorlal in Bundgy
mornings World with Ihe Oaptlon, 1 What Alls
Tulaa"" Is to be commended In the highest
icons Hul you do not go f ir IHOUgh You
play up ,ml IM rent hogs and entirely Ignore
one of the main if not the main, reason for the
daarth "f skilled labor The exorbitant rent
charged hv these grafters who own a house or
'wo no douht has . onnlder.ihle hearing upon the
local situation, hut these condition- have existed
for a long, long time In Tulsa, so they eantiot
dire, Ilv ,e accused for the ranee of the lack of
skilled labor The mailer will hear closer
scrutiny Let us digest this mutter more thor
oiighv and find the teal cause of Ihe shortage of
Kvcry person with an lota of common sense
knows lhat the skilled workman Is an Independ
ent Individual. And II is eminently correct thai
he should he for when a man has studied and
can fully learned his trade the Independent feel
ing Is I natural and right result lie knows
he Is competent and that he is a desired work
man ami If BOndlMOlM In the town In whl--h he
Is working are not satlsfaelorv he can on a
moment's nolle! pa.-k his plavthlngs and depart
for pastures whete the environment is more ent
Isfaciory nd this statement brlnga to light ihe
real condition existing In the Wondei City
Fiver alnce March when Ihe "open shop"
movemanl was laUMhld, there has been a con
tinued growth of unrest in Tulsa And there
will continue ihe unrest growth until the people
of Tulsa take the mallet Int.. their own hand
mil put a quietus upon this group of men who
are the direct and prime movers of Ihla fool
hardy town retarding movement
"Open shop" agitation, everywhere it his been
promoted hM hid 'he same effort upon pro
gresslvenees as Tulaa Is experiencing at the pica
ecu moment It Is IrUI lhat abnormal OOfldittOM
have existed In Tulsa for sonic years, bill lhat Is
Ihe natural sequence In any to'vn of the prn
gl rsslv elieuft of the Wonder CMj
There Is hut otic wav- and one wav only to
keep skilled mechanics within the confines of
the city of Tulsa and that Is a concerted move
upon the cltixrllshlp to tout the "open shop
movement. Just so long as the proponentft of
the "open atiop" syslcm continue to Import In
rAmpe(ent workmen this tindeslra hie OOtldltlon
will exist When they sec the folly of their way
Ihe tiniest condition W'lll fade aw.iv. competent
men will ngtiln be In our mldlt and Tulaa will
continue on her progressive course, but not
until then of that you can rest assured.
If Ihe "open shop' movement Is allowed lo
continue unhampered In Tulsa the cltlcns cart
expect more unreal than at present And the
longer Ihll condition Is allowed to thrive Tulsa
will be minus Its to ..portion of skilled workmen
and will stumble Into a rut from which It will
find It hard to extricate Itftelf
Organixed labor has entrenched Itself firmlv
In the lulled States It Is here In slay and all j
the pecnnlous and selfish motives and tactics
being used In those who would destroy the
movement will he unavailing Kent hogt-i are
not ihe only meiia.-e which QOnffOnta 'he won
derful city of Tulaa. Not bv long shot.
v v van tii. iimn,
IVrilnetu comment h Visitor
Rdltor Tills. i World As n visitor who has cut
his eye teeth permit me to aay that vnur
citlr.ens mav say of Tulsa, as Ihe ancient Haul
said of Tarsuft lhat It Is no mean city It Is a
vig irons yolingatei with lu-llllant and expanding
prospei 's l.ii it
lawiaai element is giving n
quite a bit or unfavorable notoriety lut en fl I
city expect to he free of gun men and hllarkers!
when guch an abiin.l.ml opportunity Is offered o
them tn secure "Instrument of torture" .-i here
In Tulsa' The wrltrr Is familiar wllh conditions
m many cltln which haa vliHed throughout this
hroa.t land and Can truthfully say that more
plsiols ri. seen on dlsplav for sale n the shop
windows of Tulsa lhan In any city he ever ;
visited As long is pistols are allowed to pe sold
Ihe) plsti.i "loter ' will he abroad In the land
serking whom he may devour."
Tulai would do well lo put a big crimp In
'he piato business bv passing an ordlnam V f"r
bidding their display and sale Let them he
'hucked Into the hell hoy, along with the awful
demon rum" and Us hss protinttoUa cousins
home brew" and "raisin jack "
A MODRfsT V I SITt ill
w in lie Joined the i tiurch.
IVarre tells the story of the humble brick- 1
v, . I . . i roue 1,1 I1..-..I.MI, lo lj.il ..I..- Ik-t ...aH.A
lo ietn Ihe chinch
"I used lo think." he said, "that I could he as
good out of the hutch as in u I felt thai I was
as moral and upright and had as clean a char
acler na the next man; but one day while walk
Jug bv a building under conatruotlon, I hap
pened to see a new hul dirty brick lying In the
load useless and neglected
" Tli".' ' aid 1 to myself, 'you are. Henry
Crane thinking you Are as good a brick out of
the church as if you were In It But ydtj are
,.f in, account lo anybody, and nobody earaaany-
ihmg for vou Y'otj are lying around in every.
hod's wav and nobody cares to :.iep over you.
Ihey will all Head you down Into the mud as If
you were a stone.
" If you were built Into that wall, as vnii
nughl to he, you would amount tn something
and have an honest man's place. Then you
would he of s.vme use.'
So made up my mind that I would not he
like the brick anv longer That is why I have
eome out on thl Lord s side and Joined the
I. otd's people that I mav he hull! into the will
ind have a place in the building nf Cod"
iJ. L SMITH.
Getting Ready for the Big Bout
rmitam - jvrzx
- Bv .JANE I'lllll'l
It Is a (..aid Thing lo Han I alth.
The first two weeks Hob came
down every night. He hid per
suaded both John Kendall and
Hrnrv Cci'eiltiiote to ronie down
oyer week ends ami they had made I
arrangements at the club for thej
entire summer. Hob told me noth
ing of their plans until It was ten
tat,- to ohgngl ih
should have inslsti
i Kail he. I
that he say
nothing to them.
Klsie and Tom Barton had taken
a collage near the club for the
summer, so the- four men could
play golf and tennis together
Plaaaad as I was to have Klsie and
her darling children whete I OOUtd
see them rv Igy day. I would wil
lingly hive Its. tensed with her so
ciety rather to in have things m ide
so iinromforialilo for me on i--c,
gnl of the eonstunt dtarussions I
had with Bob an. nt Ins duty to ma
--anti now the baby
The third week we spent In the
country Bob lalaphonad one day
that he would not be down. I gag
out wllh the baby when he called
and motMf n.ok the massage
When 1 heard of it I rushed to the
telephone and called hi office. Hi
had been gone half in hour ihe
office boy told me "Had left for
'he afteinooti." ho said In response
to my Inquiries.
I next tried his club, and as a
last resort, John Kendall's studio
Ills man answered Ihe telephone
'No Mr. tiarrett Is noi here,"
he told me. and when I asked for
Mr Kendall he aaldl lies not
here ell her."
I fumed and fretted until mother
lost all pgUunoa with me.
"lo run over to Blala'a a while
den- It is ridiculous for you to
feel so Bob Is old enough lo take
care of himself
"Bob! all tight when he's away
from that crowd But, mother, you
do not undaratand. They are had
for Hob They put Ideas Into Ins
head Thcv maki him dkuutlallad
with a qitlit. domeatie life surh us
I want bun 10 lea.' I will not
have him spending lime that be
longs lo nir. h.thy and me." I cor
roded myself ' with ,( lot of people
with advanced Id. as "
Hob lin'l a domestic man. Mar
garet You would do holier to go
out mum With him. to make yourself
agraaabti to h:s friends."
Well 1 won't!" I said passionate.
Iv "Bob Unroll is my husband
lie will spend Ins time with toe i' and
The Young l.adu
Across the Way
, gTg C .-.v.-. i-.'-m.ttt-:
t lie way 1
gggl ehe ahotlld think the
sn us i una a wouia iaerr i.i laava Irani eaiiuloid
woo.i ain noi .tie ami stt. k to tliehented. of
halr aa well
Bennies' Notebook i
Ma way rerdmc the
In the setting room after supptr '
ycntldday and pop wa wawktng up
and down smoaking. and I went
In, aaytng, (i, ma. 0( pop, you awt
to see all the powder (iladdts la
putting on her tare up in her mom !
i. pop! ;. ma, you mite think t-he :
was SO blEzy she had to put enuffj
on to last for a week.
Confnwnd it, I wih th.it n.rl ,
WOUldsnl do herself up like a Hack
of flour, ned pop.
Now, Wi!ium, geria will he gerU, 1
No (hey wont, they 11 be snow j
I flu n is ii'- r nnrl tilfln't comr
ilwn upTJiin fhHt night rven Whtll
fitfhT (r.m up anl c-oaxrrl Bl-t to
rat H-un-r tliniit-r.
"I ll stay up hrrr all atono." I
Mid tn n.yiM'If. whn lafr I hnr-l
Klalif'l volro dowtl flairs. "I'll toll
Htm that I did and hn II tf a8ham d
tn makr m no unhappy whn Itahy
i no 11 tilt," flivTurtng on u.sItik my
hahy to tnfliifnt-o Floh to do an I
, I w.im nlflsh. abnormally 10 por
h:ipH, In my lovt for Hob. But I
h.iv mot othrr womn who wir
lust ! ptolflxh. i an ln onnlHtmt,
Thort will br jtrrha pi ono IfOUIMI
clrl who rfjftdl my atory aavd frORI
my mliitakf!!; nnd arabt60jtt9tl un -hniptnrMi.
If BQ my ntory will not
hn o hf n told in vain.
It i a Rood MhtnK tn ha faith
I'alth in human nutur In th on
you In t. It iii a RiKd ttilriR to bn
uruaolflvh; to eontldor othon an well
as fOUrMlf. It tn n pond thtnp to
br brOAdntindod rnough to Kra'Iv
n not hr n low point and tn dUMOel
It and 8P- if It tn not hotter thati
vnur own. !t In a Rood thing to mix
with your fi-llowa. to Ilon and to
talk. It la not (-00, tn do non of
tlicnp thinirn. Bill at that Mmi thnv
urro t ifh and all nf them ttu- thlmra
I loft undone That I rcfun-d to do,
I tdhorod ti my determination, in
Kpltn nf Klrtte'ff urRinRH. Shi rame
tn my doer und beRK' m1 to r un"
dn n alrri.
'It a a lovely nlnht, MarSMrol
Cnnie down a.r.d Alt on the pnrh
w it h ua.'
"No thank you, Klale I'll not
romo down tnni;hf.'' and nothinK
srenep. ped pop
Wit h Jest then Oladdis looked tn
the donr with her hat on and her
face wit Instead of face color,
en account of a! the powder, aay
Ing. Im going now. fokes.
(Irate he wins. i lad its. are you
ill. I never say you so pale, wat on
Srth Is the matter with you. Glad
dis? Hcd pop, you better not go j
nut feeling that way.
Wat way? sed (lladdis. 1 never
Nonsents, yoitre as p ite as a 1
sheet, you rrelv must hp nick, youre
positively gahtly, I'll l"vc it to
lUnney if youre not. BSd pop. and
I sed. (lonh. flladilla, you ccrteny
are pale Innklng, you better get
away f r om the ta ira Ufara in cam
you faint ot sumthlng.
How .ibnib-thiy rtdtckUoi r faal
perfe. kly well, aad (Jladdis. ami ma
sod, (;laddis, tfoni he foolish dont
you see they meen the powder on
your face ?
Impossible. sed pop. pnwder
could never make her Inok so sick,
she must be ill, th awt tf be in
bed. and I sed, A re ynu .ure you
alnt got a pane in the big toe or
0 kerp QUtati both of you. sed
QlaVddta, Anl she quick went
down wtalrM wiping her face with
her handkerchief on th" way,
h POUld My rhanKM my mind
"I know why you are acting no,
and I am ashamed of yon'" nhe fin
ftlly hurst out, "Vou think by pun -Ithtng
oi:rne!f yon will puniah T.ob;
but you won't. You're the moot
footlth woman I know Jnor Hob
I tn son? fnr him," and I hf-'ird her
nniff il she turnt-tj from the door,
All dav th next day I mop.-d
SbOUl t ii1 hotlne I w nil Id IIOl (Tn
over to the club as I usually did SV
irv iftfrnonn. hut I dtd walk to the
Station as usual to meet Hob
IN- lumped off the train almost
HsforS it stopped
"Hello, Margaret'" then after h
bad kissid nif. "how's tho ktd "'
"The baby la well." I replied.
Tbon why alt you looking so
solemn ' Aren't yon glad t n see
"1 im verv glad to ee ynu. hut I
should have bren more pleisnd liad
you fint reni.iined in town last night,
or hid made it possible for me tn
loin you bv totting mother where
yOU were. I tried to grt you on ih1
ti 'ephoTie at hp v era I plarea."
" V n 11 c o u td n t h a v o r f 1 m e In b 'I
me It wm a ,ig
up until very lute'
; v '.
"Where were you'"
"Oh. we all went down tn Moss.
Wntnn I'arm for dinner and well,
we jf,iyed until thov put us mif "
and h laughed heartily at the rr-
"Tbase do not let It happen acaln
while I am down here or I shall
COnii Into town no matter how hot It
Is." I nald severely Fnb made noi
replv and I ludsd thnt h Sarreed, I
1 Tomnrrok - Morbid Thotights and
nsaHnd Tva-ds order.
WASHINGTON", June 7 The BQ. I
prem1 rnnrt tfdav set nsld orders
nf t he fed era 1 trade ctim RI Ins! on re. I
nuirlng Waren, Jones and (Jratz, St I
Loull. MO..! V P Williams. leks-I
burg Miss . and 0 O. Klnier of NVw i
Orlenns, to cease certain alleged
methods of unfair competition In
connection with the distribution nf
lute hagging and steel lien in bind
!'ir cotton biles The supreme court ;
held the complaint against the con- j
v Wife Took All Monov.
MIAMI, nkla . June I, Alleging
that while re ws sick In he, his!
wife took all of their money and pos- 1
session and deserted him H.arrv !
Huff, of Miami todav filed mi It for
divorce from l.mma ! I tiff the mlss
lllg wife He Bgjjfg he ha heard
nothing froipi her since she depart-'
ied. Thev were married In Spring
field Mo., In tall.
swimmers a tranMM-
collar has hsen in-
aufflci.nl slie to keep the
as the face dry.
ih nturg laalNaa bat n n"t
ImikIuv. r9WM IttO
Vranus, Haturn and Mars ruts
strong I v for evil this day. at ri.
ing to astrology Karly In the n irQi
Ing Mpi nr Is In henefic aspect.
It is a sway under which wvtf
clash anl Inhat monlea may be e.i y
1'ranus Is In a place supposed ttt
emphasize prejedbea ia we!
paraonal prefeiences, no that n.
inns mav ba maniferied as exn
Dtadsrtinntfl and schisms may
prevail during this oonftf Ufallon m
which Saturn seems In Indba'e ,t
old leaders of thought and act n
alio likely to he cxlen rnety tena. 0U4
The earlv hours should be fa
able for writing or agreements of
(very sort and all that aro m 1 19
hettire nin should he lucky
Mats has a MViiy read a rnn'sj.
ctTt to dissensions and even
'igrerments nf nerious mnmnt.
troreoa making for conteMs 1
iuarrela nr.' believed to be stlrrsj
(luilng thit direction of the ptai
t'ranus Ih in a plce that thejr
nifty make women subject to th
dictates of men In their hnpet ,
'umbiimns This may apply tu on
vontlom as well ai to hornen.
Th" aspects seem to pres.ige 1
of vlslnti etin.-ernlng world
tlons w 1 the trend of the life-
j for the plaitfti are read aa giv s
to ,the human mind a curtain f
1 thought that shuts out all glimp-j
t f the future.
Warn ins; Is given thit all tha
signs .n the heavens are read is
ovraaglng fadtOOl changes Llttli
hnpe of .1 near return to settid
C( nditiona and serene emnfence Is
g.ven bv ant rologers.
The disturbed state of the hum in
mind will ha" a great effect uprtn
religious ImfUtatf Troublea In
churrhefl and nr.- h t 1 1 1 ' j
rallglOUi affairs are forYtoM.
'outage and Independence of
thOtlRht are cnunselel by the sers,
iwho prophesy months of strain and
j stress that will DO severe in teating
, the nation s worthiness to lead ths
world in commerce and finance.
Persons WtlOOO hirthdate U Is
have the n'teury nf an active, sue
I :esful year Trawl and chan-'e
RIO) tint b. f rtunate.
Children born on this day will ha
hrlaht and inielligent. but ttrnet.
tied and ambitious. They ho- Ul )
iralnsd to syatcmatlc. sustainr.fr'.
ropmiht ills, ttr tv Mriupp Nwiisr sVirtiPtu
M'At.KSTKIt. Okla. June 7 I
P. N'elrna, county agent, and atrl
W. Lh Mre.-kner. county demonstra
tion ageat. were retained by ths
rittsbure; county board today for
nojft year I'romise was made -an
Incroaood appropriation for th- r
department, to cover the increased
OperatlnC conts to be allowed in th
budget July T.
Auto Enjsrtoa Fatal.
OKLAHOMA CITY. June
Virginia Wricht. 7yoorold daughter
nf Mr :tnri Mrs S P Wright of thll
city, died at a honpltal today from
injuries received when she win
struck by ;in autmoblle BUndaY
while crosr.g the boulevard In front
of hrr home.
W(s ic is wsmmk
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