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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JULY I, 1920
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Whosoever ahull give yitu it i up of Water I"
drink In my name, hrcuus' y bt loRf tn t'hrlsl,
willy I any unto yiiu, he shall MOl InM In 1
ward. Mmk 1:41,
Teach i im, l Lord, tn keep In view
Thy pattern, and Ihy stops pursue
lift alms bestowed, lot kindness done,
lie wttnagggf by each rolling huh.
Take heed, and beware of unvetoUnneflB. Luke
Till) TORCH BHAKMi l CIVILIZATION
We carp mi l eiitliig? inir nitlliinal rmivi ntlotis
Thin I because mi puffs a l-nvii nin. nl by pal tie
In m ery general Way tho elector nf America
am divided between Iwn I I parlies Whrn
MM half cheers the Other, half groan That In
cuatnm, nnr In there anything reprehensible "'
dangcrnu In Lb practice
Junt now thn nthiT half Is Inditing Itl ion
venttnn on thn hnrH nf ih I'lH lflr whorn tin
un Slvn ronntttiit bBBBdletlOn If BOl Bbaola
tlon. And nnnii' pray whllo iithnrn lirr Thin
1h nur national lift1 functioning a fraturn of
It that rrnalf thn utmont unlnnlHhninnt In Iht
mlndn of fornlitn polltli lann. hut alno a fpatum
tht dlnllninilKhnn Amorlra from all nlnp In thf
world and In In fai t It ohlf Klory.
At Chicago Ihnr Kalhi-ri'd thn ahlnnl utatrn
men and pMr1 patriot of at leant half Ihn
rltlienship of iho rapublto, Though Hmv may
have heen at times more roniirned with nelflnh
detail than we would have had them, though
their practices were not above reproach, they
were Amerleans, and they did seek, flit nf all,
the good of (he republic. It wan a convention
of The people' reprcsen t.i 1 1 ven for the purpos
of formulating a governmental proposal for the
welfare of the UBlOB,
At San Kranrlacn a similar convention I he
Ing held and with a similar object In view. The
remaining atalesmen Mini patriots of the nation
are tnerefore gathered in make ill' then offer
InR to the elector of America Thus tbt great
partle will preently placn before Ihe electors
of the great nation two net of official offered
on a platform of governmental proposals and
ank for a decision between the two.
Nothing like that in government has ever
before existed on the face of the earth It Is
th moirt glorious scheme of self government
In fact that was ever hot-forged from Ihe brain
of man And the genius of the whole Idea
center in the almost divine fact that bojtb
parties are themelve governed by and are
worn to everlastingly repect and uphold the
upreme soverlgn which I not an Individ nil
but a written document called the conntltutlon
Tlii soverlgn I neither elected nor dm s
It reign by accident of birth. II ha heen set
up by the penple themselves f.u their protection
and the.lr discipline. It guurantc s liberty to lis
aubjects, defense of them against one BBOthBV
and again! the aggressions of all the world,
It protect the minority against the majority
and the majority against the minority It float
everything that the most ihs.ilule monarch
of all time wa ever capable of doing and saves
the people harmlen against that most danger,
ou flaw in benevolent monan hleal system, suc-
. censlon. And above all, over all the npn
advantsge of the entire syst. in. it make the
American people the perfect master of their
own destiny in any crlis that may come to
8o that o long n both great partie are
committed to the constitution and sworn to pre
aerv It with fidelitv our domestic political dif
ferences are of no vi..t ami vital c. inc. in
Can be, 'hat there has at last, after nearly
a bundled and fifty years of pet feet union,
come among u ome who would Imb ed b.i let
tbe constitution, morlgige the right of the pro-
pie to decide In their own fashion when their
true inteiest lay In futun crisis, and thrust
ihe nation into a foreign association which would
Aperalo to make It a dependency if not on one
nation certainly on an association of nations
every one of which is Incapable nf understand
Ing the HMMffllftetOBt spirit of liberty und free
dom It ha enjoyed?
That I the one great danger at l rls.-o If
the dem icratlc party runs true to the patriot of
us past pledge anew it fealty In the con
' atltutlon and does homage to lb" aspiration
of America, then what else It doe will be within
lis right and will not threaten the republic
Bu' if It does not do till; If it doe in fact
I make declalon which in effect subvert the re
, public and lowers ihe color that have flown
proudly over ihe battlementn of freedom for so
? long; If In the slightest degree it taJnta Us actions
i with disloyalty, it must lake Its place among
the enemies of the republic and outside ihe
; pale of every American a fair consideration.
Tin OHAifonra wottu.
Mcfiite hcon ha mide the phraae fmoua
hul he f.-illid to copyright It and now the demo
cratic convention has forced the whole country
to take notice.
The vainuis siale delegates appointed their
il.le t men t.. pi i,e on Iho rennl ut Ion commit
tee That PommlttM reads like a roll call nf the
i hieflaln of democracy for the past two de-
ad.. It Ik hrlllant
llirtiee the aiihcot, njllttai thai was appolrted
by Ihe I'halihian In renlly draft the party plat
form, ilia, of Virginia, I well known and
distinguished hv recent administration honors,
though a dec n. ago nn di loo. nit outside hi
own lale cniii. I ha. VI i l l who or what he was;
Ihe nnme Irue of VV.ilsh, from the politically
IBOBMBauental Male of MoBtana, and of Vance
Mrf'ornii. k, of hl invilung but democratic
sUtn of Poll Bay Panl Rut If this I true of the
three I" ' Known no n l.e , of the sulicomnilftee,
What Is to he Mid of Colby, Crane, McKiMer.
Hawkins Prattangaii and Modge-'
Thit.k of William Jennings Bryan, .lames
Raeif, Chimp Clark, OBOBf I'nderwood. .fohn
harp Wnh nns, Thomas kf arahatli and a score
of other q Bally W4II konwn and Identified with
the BaVUBI of dORnOO ratty, loafing away the lime
Hillside the locked door while behind It these
men are formulation; the deruo.ratlc platform'
It I Indeed a changing world we are living
In II is mote than that, il in ;i changed world
Whoever In ml of Colhy of the DMrlOl of
Columbia, In the democratic party 1 And who
know! anything about '"tune, of Texas. Haw kins
nf Colorado! liatf.iigall. of .Maine, or Hodges.
of Kanaaa vvhat i the apaaulaUthi chaflBti
loo, of the DtBtHol of Cohimbla .going demo
CfwttOf Of Mnlne, ur Kansas'' Or Montana''
in l 'oloi ado ?
And If all the slate represented by this
choice huudpickod committee for a single pur
pose should go deinocrallc what would be the
tidal In the elecllonal eollege? Iyit u look at
that for a moment.
Mr. fllass Is from a democratic stale surely.
Virginia; Ihi has 1J vote In Ihe electorlal col
lege; Mr Walsh's stale, Montana. I, Mr Mc
Coriiilek' stale, I'en nsy Iva nla , 111 if Is about a
likely to go democratic a Tcxa Is to go re
PUbllean, ha Mr Colby. Plnlrlct of Colum
bia, n. Mr Crane. Texas, ;n. McKeller. Ten
iiissee, 12, Mr Hawkins t olorado. ; Mr I'rat
tengill Maine, 1, Mr Hodges Kansas. 10 Tolal
inn lleduct the certainly repiibliean states.
I'ennsvlvanla. Maine and Kansas with their 5t
votes, part of which I very uncertain, writing
the parly platform for democracy
And Vi 'he democrntlc party Is a party that
has alwOys stood for the rights of states and
majority rule hHed on the decision of slates.
If the world Is to be made safe for the kind
of democrat v pradlced In this Inelden! the
munition maniifaiiurers had best he set working
over lime, for there la a lot of killing required
to accomplish It
lios uiKDi N CONVENTIONS.
Th'-y said ihe Wan Kranclsco would not he
a boss ildden convention. They atd the San
Kranclsco convention would not he ruled by
boe And "they" were right in both cae
It I not bo ridden. It In bos driven And It
1 not ruled by bosses but I the abject, fawn
ing, sychophantlc, time-serving, servile, pupplt
perfoirnlng aggregation of a boss who Is absent
but dominant to a degree never before known
In the affair of any parly.
8o much so that men whom Ihe party ha
delighted to honor throughout the past two
d. sOBIM. have been disciplined, humiliated,
stultified and all hut disgraced for the avowed
purpose of punishing them for exercising the
plait I of free speech and free thought And
"they'' call It democracy'
Autocracy in In the saddle at Frisco No
man with a vestige of democracy In his heart
or of Integrity in hi mind will dispute It Au
tocracy I glorified, boasted, trumpeted to Ihe
World is Ihe thing that the pally of Jefferson.
of Jaokaon, of Bryan ha come to worship it
flexes It knee under the cutting lash of de
spotism that Insists on humiliating Us brightest
stars and whimper paens of prate while
begging for more!
No American patriot, viewing the dally oc
. nrance at Pan Krnnclco but must understand
fully that the one thing that stands between
America and the end nf lis dream Is the Chicago
ticket and platform. Cot seven years the demo,
era He partv has heen reluctantly docile under a
leadership that the nation believed was not of Its
seeking In national convention II has become
dlagUattngly servile, and tumbling from their
pedestals the gods of the father has set up the
modern god tn a Josh house of his own archl
t. , ture.
Hryan Hmllh, Walsh, Reed, leaders of years
who have born the brunt of battle In every
Joint, are Indignantly denied place nn Ihe com
nilltee thai formulates the platform of party doc.
trine, while Sam 'iomper Is accorded entree
nmld wild hussos' While the chairman of the
hoard of directors deliver an address thai Is a
classic In lis servile adulation of th Individual:
a gem Hiit might with appropriateness have
been voiced from Ihe tribune tn defense of
Caesar but a mockery uttered by a democrat,
in the name of the democrat Ir party defending
nn alleged democrat
ii. or ll IjQBToh
One reaeon why hi jackers have to work o
haul I In meet the overhead expense
The old-fashioned man whose favorite hov
hood sport was marbles now ha a son who
can make the galloping dominoes ehimmy.
"I thought you wus in 'he oil business," re
marked one Tulsa cUUen, the other day to
another who had chased the rainbow Into
Texa. "1 was but 1 lost my map." came the
The girl on South Main undertook Ihe other
morning lo give h puhllc try-out to one of those
new model HkutH that has beep planned in the
interest of conservattnn and economy. Before
ihe Btreet car had gone a block she departed
her favorite si ut in ibe dress circle and took
OBI tn tho middle ut the paiitue.
taromrter o( Public Opinion
tn 'ion better,
dltofi Dally Aidmnreile, Aidiinre. Dkla
Hear Sir: In your paper of the 2Xth Instant.
I BOtlOB the following statement
"K. K Kennani'T Is a repnrtllean politician
He In the republican partv of Marshall counly
lie was. It In said, the Official applause leader
when 'lore spoke at Kingston In the counly,
on Saturday of last week V 111 V K Ken
hafttaf rot for e;.ire if 'lore Is nominated V
Vou having asked the nuesion as to how
I will vote I am willing to answer, and as
suming yo will believe in fall near, will pub
lish my answer
I have never voted for 'lor. and have no
Intention of voting for him In any election
Hive vou ever voted for him. and will you
vote for hlin if he In nominaled t
Senator flora ha spoken in Marshall county
twice and I heard htm Bch ti ne Scoti Fer
ris has spoken In Marshall county twlen and
I heard him rm h time. I It a crime for a
rapubllcaa lo go ami hear a democrat speak '
Tin ed ioi of the MadllJ paper has Indicated
fhit I' was ,i serious offense for a republican
io .I'le tid a democratic public, speaking, but
i hardly believed uh aantlRiasi wa foiered
or adhered to by nnvon else. Now. tell your
n idem why It Is that when a republican
happens to attend a flore spe,.ktng that It
Hppaara In 'he headlines of your paper and
ibii nf ihe Dally nklahonian. hut no menilon
is made of Ihe fact when a republican attends
,i S. nil l-'erils speaking If you .ire trying lo
eohvlnee yoUf icadttrs that the republlelins
wbbI flora norAtnalad in ihe heief that he
will he the e isler man tn defeat In the gen
oral election by Ihe republican nominee, then
lei me aaran VOU thai I am one republleiin
who dors pot shire that belief at all.
II Is true that I went tri Kingston last Satur
day the day on Which Senator 'lore spoke
in that city lii going over there I furnished
transportation for two good democratic lawyer
frlenda .1 n Minter and 'leorge I. Stieed. the
latter biinu county BttQrnay of Marshall
COUnty, and both favorable to Scotl Ferris W
WON aatBiad mi that date In the trial of a
tlrninal case before the Justice of the peace
in Kingston Also in the party was one flenrge
W WatUIno, who Is one of the old time cltixen
of Mil shall county, a successful farmer, life
long democrat, and a fiore man ! the last
When senator Onre said In his speech at
Kingston thai he had Voted against President
VV Iti.vv Wilson In trying to fasten universal
eompuleory military training upon this country.
I cheered ihnse wind. I would have cheered the
same statement from Scott Ferrl. Will you
pl.ase toll your reader whether or not It la
wrong to cheer such n statement In the atate
of Oklahoma. Did your spy ten you that th
.m il. in-. ,,f abOUl six hundred fsrmers, a ain
jlortty of whom were strong democrals. cheered
the same statement? Will you tell your readers
Whether ur not your spy is Ihe same one who
reported the Scott Ferris speaking here In
Ma. nil on ibe i4ih Instant to the Dally okla
htiman. in which It was charged that Ferris pub
licly deBOUneed me. when as a matter of fact
Hcotl Ferris did not mention my name and the
statement was an Infamous lie out of whole
cloth Vou have a big fine looking candidate
alright, one who may do lot of hrav. thlnga,
even to meeting a blind man In Joint debate
at long range, but any time he cornea to Madlll
and publicly denounce me and gem away with
It I'll wire your paper n epeelal message.
Now, for a proper diagnosis of youx trouble:
1 find vou lo be ;i narrow- minded moss back
.....I", i nt v, i.iioin on ' .en i-i leeilVUiy 1 Oil
art sore at Senator eiore because he would not
bow and kiss the toe of the autocrat In thej
white houe. 'lore refused to vote for ihe pro. (
poed league of nation which would detroy
Ihe overlgnty of this republic, he refused to1
Hslst ihe self -appointed peace commissioner to I
eetabliah a. socialistic world-wide super-govern-I
ment and place ihe destiny of over one hundred
million American penple under the dictation of
the Kings, Ciar and F.mperors of F.uropo with
power and authority to command ihe best blood
of our country to protect the boundary lln?
of those wai ring monarchies and empires, you
are stiad because (lore did not submit to the
di m ind of this autocrat and have this Country
aecepl a mandatory over Armenia and Turkey,
thereby making necessary Ihe creation n a
standing army of five hundred seventy-sir
thousand men lo perform our duties under such
league You prefer lo nupport a man. like Boot)
Ferrl who endorse the action of a bunch of
out-laws In suppressing free speech Ton like
to mention what happened to Senator tte.'d In
Ardmore, I believe that any man who I nol In
favor of free speech In this country 1 Just whit
a great American said he was: "a scoundrel "
However. If Senators (lore and Heed are a dis
grace to their stale and party, rememher It Is
Just such moss-backs a you who put them
Where they are, and you can't get away from
the fact that your Oklahoma democratic candi
date for president. Senator Owen, together with
forty-fOttr olhcr democratic flitted Stale sen
ator have had unlimited opportunities tn at
least have made a move to have them expelled
from the I'nited Slates sen.ite Did you ever
turn your hand In that direction?
In this campaign you seem to have forgotten
that not long ago you took side in a repub
lican fight for rational committeeman from
this stale. You didn't hear any republicans
complaining because you exercised or assumed
such privileges Among people with a grain
of sense your objections tn and criticisms of
republicans going tn hear either Senator fjore
r Scotl .orris speak wtl not make one votl
for Scott Ferris. You also seem to forget that
In October, 191 K, the autocrat of the white
house upon the advice nf one Seolt Ferris, and
In keeping with the Prussian spirit which per.
vades the same occupant of the white house,
a special appeal was made to the Intelluranl
votera of this country to elect only democrats
to congress even to tne extent of replacing five
lepnblican members who were then in Ihe mili
tary servlco of their country Maybe you re
member Ihe answer to that appeal Just keep
up your campaign of falsehoods You are only
showing how hard up you are for something
to vomit about when you try to make It appear
a crime In this country for a, man to hear X
l nited Stalcn senator or any one else speak.
Very truly vours,
F F. KKNN-AMAN,
Hand III, July 21.
A GOOD WORU)
If a good old world and a true old world
In spile of Ihe wrong we see.
An' the haughty lips which in sneer are
Don't teal any joy from me;
For the selfish heart an' thn cruel hands
May walk in the ways o' sin.
Hut the bloom still comes to the clover landa
An' there a pea. le for n all lo win.
The trees still offer their friendly shade
To the strong an' the tired an' faint,
in Mo sky novel asks you what's your trade
Or are you sinner or saint;
The sun smile down on us one an" all.
AO' Ihe rosea blossom, too,
An' whet he i are rise or whether we fail.
The day says how-do you do?
Oh. we hear so much of the good an' bad,
So much In the praise ' skill,
That we're apt to think they are only glad
Who stand on Ihe topmost hill,
Hut the sky bend over the humbliRt boy
In the way that It grinds the king.
An' the hand o' man cannot steal the Joy
Which ihe days o' summer bring.
The breeie never asks about caste or creed,
An' Ihe oroharde know no pride.
Though men may flatter a daring deed
An' fawn at a monarch's side;
The birds an' the trees on' the nun nn' the ky
Know urn lung nf good or bad.
For Ihey smile on all of us travelin' by
An' hope that we all are glad
Has Wilson Any Show? We'll Say He Has
afJattsvl I ,1 '1 rTTV- Wtl Crx Vevg -
An AgonUliig KxiM'rlcncc.
i fHAPTBR l.vil.
I looked at mother In amazement,
scan ely , omprcheiiding her unes-
iinn aneni Hob. Surely i hod not
"You look very tired dear." she
said after a moment. '1 was afraid
tin i rip would hf Inn BlUCtt for you.
Is Hubert coming right up?"
"Isn't he here'.'" I asked, aa
mother laid the baby down and
helped me remove my hut.
"Why no! didn't he come hack
with you'" she asked, h'T expres
sion one of surprise.
"He had left when I arrived." I
said as I returned her kiss, "the
clerk said he left the hotel about
the lime I si, ii led He should be
at home now." and tho tears 1 had
tried to hold bin k all the way home
"There, there. Margaret, every
thing will be all right. He prnb
Bbl) Ii id pome business to attend to
and so did not come dlreetly home."
"Ha he wired ugaln?" I asked,
paying no attention to mother's ut
tempt to comfort.
"No. we hava. heard nothing since
the message he sent the day you
leit," BtOther replied, then "come
and le-t me fix you something to eat
"1 couldn't eat a bite"' 1 declared
Just as the door bell rang.
"A telegram, ma'am," I'ella said
she opened the door, then stood In
open-mouthed surprise to see me
with mother. "I didn't know you
was to home ma'am," she added, as
I almnsi tore Ihe telegram from her
"Home tomorrow: Hob." I read,
then dropped weakly Into a cbalr
and allowed mother to sign the mes
senger s slip.
"I told you It was all right."
mother said after Delia left the
room. "1 am only sorry you had
that long hard trip for nothing."
lust tlnn Donald cried. He had
heard my voice and wanted me to
take him up. So 1 was saved the
Baceaalty of replying to mother. 1
cuddled him in my arms while 1
reread Ihe message. Wondernigly
I not toed that It was BOB I from some
place "f win. h I never had heard
I spoke about
said It was a suburb of Chicago, and
that no doubt he hud been Obliged
to go there on business, and had
seen no need to notify I he hotel
It wns very late, and after n hot
cup of lea I started tot bed. I was
not Qttlte undressed when the bell
rang again. I slipped on a bath
robe and opened tin door to another
messenger. I trembled o I could
scarcely read the yellow slip:
"Unavoidably detained again.
Home a day later. Hob."
What could have detained him ' I
slept very Utile in spit, of my weari
ness. I speculated upon the business
that hud taken Hon to the place
from which both messages h id been
sent. 1 could remember nothing he
had told me which would peceaattatl
hi presence anywhere save in Chi
cago. Once the thought of another
woman came to me ns I lay wide
awake In the darkness, but 1 dis
mlwred It as ridiculous. Hob loved
me. It was, a mother had sug
gested, some huslne of which 1
kBOW nothing that had so delaved
Should I tell him I had followed
hlin to Chicago only to meet with
disappointment, or should I caution
mother, and iieiu not to speak of
my absence '.' The money I hud ued
for my expenses was money Bob had
given me for n new winter Htilt: but
as after he had given me money he
never again mentioned It to me. I
knew I was safe from question
front him. That I would do such a
thing never would enter hi mind.
Hut 1 had not decided what tn do in
the matter when finally I fell BBleop,
In Ihe morning 1 showed mother
hit se. ond maaaage. She had re
mained all night, but had come to
the lireekfag! table dreed to return
home lo father.
"He will be home tomorrow night
then." shi commented as she read.
"Ye, unless he ehanges his mind
again," I n turned.
"And you think thai a woman's
privilege'"' mother queried laugh
ingly. "No I only think It strange that
Hob Hhemld be so changeable. He
isn't usually like that.'1
Just then the telephone rang.
"MallOt" I called.
"la this Mr, 'larrett?"
"Yes. who Is speaking, please?"
"John Kendall. How do you do.
Mrs. Ilarrett! ha Hob returned?"
"No, I expect him tomorrow. He
wa lo cotnu today, but 1 Just re
ceived word that he was detained. "
"I am afraid 1 am lo blame for
that! 1 asked him to see a new
writer for me! one who gives
premies of great things," he added
In his enthusiastic way.
"1 was very disappointed tiiat he
didn't come today." 1 replied coldly
"Blgme me. Mrs. tiarrett, my
shoulder! are broad!"
Very well." I responded and wa
BbOUl to hang up as be said:
"Pipage ask Hob to call me up as
soon as he gets In tomorrow night."
"Very well'" 1 replied ugaln, then
hung up the reeiver.
Tomorrow A Iiuluous Keci ptlon.
The Young Lady
AcroHH the Way
This aftlrnoon .iter akoot It look
ed as tho It wasent sure il It was
going to ruin or not. And some of
us members of the Invisible teem
was setting on Puds Sltiikni.se frunt
sups wondering weather to wiiws
out to the park for a little practice.
Skinny Martin saying, Aw, ,wat the
use Knln out, we'd be cawt In thn
rain before we got half way. look at
Aw, clouds, alnt rain are they?
sed l.eroy Shoosier. If It muni
every time It got cloud) there would
The young I
s Ihe way be a find ever)
i a s MaeterllBi
k s place In the field And we kepp
of dramatic lit
etui uve would be u. tiling il was
lured b bu
thing but "Th
I never written any-(thing ii wasent, Puds Simk'ns say
Hluejay." 11ns. Aw. P. unit guln.to rain, 1 get a
f t V'
funny feeling In my fee: every 'ime
its B11'- '" '' I ai'iT got it
Aw heck, wnts your feci com pa "d
to clouds ' so,! skinny Martin.
And we kepp nn arcewlng. me
aylng. Aw bis go, 1 donl think Itg
going to rain, If it was goln to ralfl
it would of started before this
Thats a good ur-'ew ment, lets go.
sod I.cw Iiav;
Aw WBta Ihe use gelling c.iwt In
Ihe rain. 1 bet if vou llagenod ha d
It to mother and she
Wlllum Jennln's Hryan may km w
what time you have i' leave Bowlin'
'Jreen t' ketch an Inferurhan car at
Toledo fer Civile I' make connection
at Gallon fer Columbus in lime 1' git
out o' Columbus fer Springfield in
time t' reach Crbana, Ohio, fer an
p. m. address, hut we don't thi k
much of his political Idea Ke
member when you used t' feel sorry
for the feller that spaded your gar
Music Is Essential
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Home life in the fullest
sense of the word is pos
sible only when there is
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Will bo an investment in home life) Music, p-ood times,
contentment, these will accompany the "Hardwood"
when it enters your home.
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'. minutes, lets go.
nn arg. wing, solnc
going to r.nn ami some
"The slurs In lln. hut do not compel "
TtiufMtey, .iuii i, iggg,
Jupiter rule strongly for good
during the busy hours of thi day,
according to astrology In the eve
ning Venus i strongly adverse.
The rule is In i mie for bislnese
and commerce, ni w- commodities be
ing inilli-atid as most promising.
Killers of finance ,is well as rulerf,
of people have 'a moat uuspiciotm
outlook during this configuration.
All the signs point to the rise of
Bew leaden aBd the passing n Bth.
Oldi This applies to labor anrt to
bus. lien II well as to polities.
There la an aspeci that seems to
promise ,i coup d'Otat by a man
high in the national service.
Surpri. s s. em g be foreshad
owed in all lice of human en
de.ivor In other words, result due
tn b.g efforts in the world of large
endeavor will be utomshlng, for
soaeatlonal events are forecaat.
Th'- south now comes under a
sway making for soclil upheavals
and changes In thought
Chicago has a rule for June that
BOOnis tn presage events that will
be prnd'icilve eif reactionary tend
encies and bitter ilitnlons, for
t'rnnus and Baturn will have sinister
power in disturb anil to estrangn
men and women.
Aetrologers read ihat while Ura
nus and gaturn Will Wield a strong
Influenos at the republican conven
tion, these same stars in aspects
that cause divisions and contests
will rule when the democrat as
limbic m sun Franclco.
Women com tinder the direction
"f ihi planeti making for gk
ohangi . r opinion ami a tendRny
'' b swayed by cmntlons where
their political view are concerned
Urea' developments In medical
s ii in e and BttPjouneemonte that win
l e of great moment to the human
race are prognosticated.
Again lrange crimes are fore
told Insnnlty will be prevalent In
all classes of men and women
mania taking extraordinary forVu
owing to malign government of the
Persons whose hlrthdate It Is may
have a year of rather varied expe
rlences. They should proceed with
great care In all Important
Children born on l his day may be
Inclined ty Be too oere free. They
should l e wisely guarded toward vs-
Itamatlc hatuls of thought and ac
I lion They are likely m be talented
I (CaftrneM. Ine. Wist Mrcim Xmwt Srotmut i
lenuff you could hcer thunder. ed
j 8am Cross.
1 I iint I got a rnnnv fooling. In
my feet, then .' scds Puds Simklns
Ant we gepp on urgewing and all
of a suddin I'udse mother came to
Ihe door and made him go a errand
and Sid Hunts mother looked out
the parlor window and waved mA
Lew Devil 's sister game erround and
t...l h.tn he had go rite home. And
It dldent tain and there wasent
enuff fellows left to go anyway,
proving the more argewment the
YANKS GET HUN HOLDINGS
l.cnnans rrlve Hi re for Conference
on S'-h. Tran.-fiiirt4atlon.
NKW YORK, June 30 Arrival
heie today of Iilroctor General Philip
Helnehen of tho North German
I.loyd Steamship comnanv on ih
Nleuw Amsterdam, with other direc
tors and assistants gave significance
tn reports that American interests in
the near future arc to have a big
hand in Germany's former great sea
transportation line and route.
Helnehen refused to discus the
Immediate objeci of his visit hut an
important conference 1 looked for
In view of recent announcement by
the I'nited States Mali Steamship
company to which the shipping
hoard a'loted 15 former German
steamers I hut It wan negotiating with
the North German Lloyd for use of
its Bremen terminals.
A representative of the shipping
board and the resident director of
the North German Lloyd here met
Helnehea ami his party at the pier
and they all are expected to go lo
;och tn Trial.
WAKKF-NSHI Ri 1, Mo., June 10.
James Bradley, charged with ths
murder in connection with the death
of Joseph Talbott, sheriff of Latay
ette county. Mo., and two of Sher
iff Talbott' deputies went to trial
here today Sheriff Talbott and the
deputies were slain in May. 1913,
while they were taking threo priso
ners from Marshall, Mo., to Lexing
ton. Mo., In motor carB. The pris
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