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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1920
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BY TIII3 WOULD PUBLISHING CO.
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DAILY AND llt'NDAT
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nrriiiAt, city i'ap i: it
Daily Iliblical Quotaton
12. tit dun season wo shall leap, If wo faint
not. Clnl. :.
Though seed lln burled loriR In ilntit,
'T will not deceive our hope,
Tho precious grnln ran ne'er bo lout,
Tor grace Insures tho crop.
Let n.i not In- wonry In well-doing. (Jul. fi:9.
Whether mnglc or luck, Pniul lintl Ix-ttcr lio
rnrrful Unit lio doesn't violate tho Newberry
Speaking of legalized I In rn. thero arc tho lain
candidates who mo filing their sworn cnmpiilgn
Thn railroads should rmploy Mr. Ponl In
order to mi'rt the ever-Increasing rosin of iip.
rations. Ho seems to ho able to take, knlo rlRht
i out of tho nlr.
Tho official returns, of tho Into prlmnry nro
confidently expected by tho time tho first re
turns alnrt coming In frnm tho election In No-
'vemlier. And tho Oklahomaii hoiisted that II
" hiul a, perfect service!
,. While nn Indiana prenrlter won threatening
' his congregation with lightning u holt struck
("tho building, killed two preachers nnd knocketl
,tho speaker off, tho platform. You can mako
of tho Incident Just what you plenBo.
Ilradstrcots nays tho crops are (treat hut that
.business continues to "Ib" owIiir to a illntncll
P nation on tho part of tho public to htiy heavily.
jJt.aM year tlm consumers wero tcaalnit tho mer-
cnanta io sen, wnno rrom now on 'or a consul-
erahlo period tho merchants will have in offer
very aulmtnntlal Inducements to sot tho consum
4m to buy. Tho country la boIiib to recover
from Itn latn Illness.
Kurope continues to cry for financial help.
In vlow of this, tho recent report of the National
; City Hank of Nuw York on tho automobile In
dustry durlnK the last fiscal year, Is Interesting.
' EnRland botiRht IS, COO, 000 worth of American
'automobiles and 12,600,000 worth of tires. Dur
f ine tho samo period pauperised Franco took
r 12,175,000 worth of tires alone In eleven months.
1 They appear to have plenty of money over there
for overythlnK but food and their financial obll-
cations to Amcrlcti,
NKV I'AVINO CONTIMCTS.
In thn new pavimr contracts that nro to bo
Met, property owners of Tulsa aro confidently
JfexpectlnR the city officials to protect them nt
,,all points. That is their duty, clear and un.
Tho pavlnir matter has become, a pravo If
not a scandaloun Issue In this city. Contract
havc been let tinder which the city and property
r owners either had no protection, or because of
jjdlslncllnatlon on tho part of city officials, havo
.pot been enforced.
t It Is Bald on excellent authority that paving
jfconcerns havo been crnuted contracts and pur
.mltted to fllo bonds for performanco that wero
' no ccurlty whatever. That p.ivlnR concertm
havo or(fnlzed their own bonding rompanlcB
..nnd written their own bonds WITH Till: Kill. I.
iKNOWLUDQH OK THU CITY OKPICIAI.S. Tho
natural confenuenco belttR that tho city nnd
'property owners stand without adequate relief
when, H3 has becomo cjullo tho custom, tho con
'tractlntf concernB utterly fall to dlscharco their
, contractual nbllRatlanH.
l'avitiR contracts let thrro years aRo aro still
' "pendlnR." In uorno Instances property ownerw
have voluntarily agreed to nn Increase In price
, of more than 100 per cent under tho promise
that the work would bu done. Theso contracts
t arc still pending.
And yet every contract let should carry,
whether It tines or not, a heavy penalty for
falluro to discharge Its obligations wllhln a spec
ified time. Hub anybody heard of a pavlnit
(.roncern bolng forced to liquidate a Blnglo dnl
'lar of dnmaRo for non-performance? Yet tho
tccumuiated damago must run Into fabuloui
.fcgures on n, fair and reaonablo appraisement,
l'avlng concerns appear to bo permitted to
pick out the eanlest and most profitable part of
a contract and to neglect permanently othor
'parts. There aro tho ugliest kind of reports
'that In Borne sections property owners have
been induced to pay a bonuu on tho side, and
that such bonus lias secured for their favored
district Instant attention. In other cases tho
"inducement" appears to havo failed,
Tho tato administration quit office letting
ipavlnjr contracts right and left. Why? Tho
work 1b not going forward In a manner to bo
tolerated by any ono.
Thero is no branch of tho public i.crvlce In
Tula that needs such a, tlvoroucH overhauling
ns this paving htislnean. Thlfl rlty Is not the
osler of tho paving cnmblnn to bo opened at
will. I.-'t that faet be understood once and for
all, Tulsa oneo demolished a paving trust and
she In conscious of her ability to repeat, or
Thn present administration was olectod for
thn put pose of protecting thn rlty and,tha prop
illy owners against tho obnoxious paving con
rents. Tho public expeetB not only a rigid en
forcement of existing contracts, even lo tho ex
tnt of Instant nancellallon whern boitdn nro at
nil questionable, but unquestioned zeal In seoliiK
that future eonirnrts are In form and provision
what they are supposed to bo In theory thor
oughly protective from tho standpoint of thn
city and tho Individual property owners.
To continue to let paving roniraetH when a
million dollars worth of mtrli work remains tin.
touched Is to mako Inivosly of government. It
Is tho dnllberatn and fixed opinion of Tho World
that no paving ronrern should be permitted to
bbl on the new work iiiiIosh that concern can
how a clean record with reference to jwist per
formances. Thn excuses tho paving coneernn continue; to
offer nro not only titlrly silly, but they are nn
Insult lo business IntelllKenre. Tho llmo nan
arrived for a complete show-down on thin pav
ing matter. It Is going to bo tho busltiesd of
The World to s-i thai It lakes place.
'PI IH l,i:)IO.V IN I'OMTICH.
It Is crass mendacity for any man to longer
deny that the American Legion i.f Oklahoma Is
In politics. Tho riore-Kerrls campaign demon
strated beyond tho peradventuin of a doubt that
It not only is In politic, but that It In very largily
controlled by pollllcans foe polltleons.
The member of oo Carson post who con
tributed an article to the llarometer of Public
Opinion Monday hit the nail squarely on tho
head when ho o-ilil that the tlmo had arrived
for the leglon.ilres to determine whether tho or
ganization Is to survive with honor or perish
In disgrace, or words to that effect.
Tho World wns qultn prepared to hear the
attack on Commander Hagan. I-'or such mem
bers of tho legion "B are opposed to pernicious
partisan activity on tho part of officers; who
would pri-sorvo tho order free from suspicion in
that respect, could not bo expected to longer
remain silent. 'When the mailing list of an or
ganization finds Its way Into the hands of a par
tisan cabal then the high nfflel.tli of that organ
ization nro under suspicion and rightfully.
Tho Oklahoma legion Is partisan, ultra parll
an, so far as Its official roster Ih concerned. Wo
do not think wo are .going outside tho facts
when we say that Bitch was tho unquestioned
Intention of those who got thomsolvon placed In
control of Itn machinery. Commander Hagan
Is, wo think, very far from tho least offender In
W do not know that ho In to bo condemned
for that. Ho Is a most estimable young man
ambitious no doubt; and with a proper sense of
tho vast benefit Ills legion connection can bo to
him In such plans as ho may havo for future
political honors. Hut the IcRlonolroH them
selves, unleiw they fully npprovo tho organiza
tion being made a, partisan machine, nre not to
be censured for resenting such pernicious pur
poses on tho part of their representatives.
Tho case is clear as It can be. If tho legion
l to endure, then tho politicians must bo driven
from Itn official rosier and true leglonalres put
on guard. It enn be permitted to becomo an
offensive thing by more Inaction on tho part of
Tin: nor.vrY ok natukh.
Government crop reports are pleaNlng Indeed.
Nature has produced bountifully this season.
Thua we ore to have plenty If not peace. Wo
can thank Clod for the otto and blumo Wilson
for tho other, and wo do.
With plenty to do nnd plenty to cat any peo
ple could and should be happy. Opportunity Is
facing every man In this wonderful laud of ours.
And with every man grappling with his oppor
tunity and manfully discharging 11h contt actual
obllRatlons to hlR fellow men, tho wooh of hu
manity would alowly but surely disappear.
a iiKi'imi.u'AN Tint in1 ir tijxas.
Texas republicans are not apologizing to tho
botirbouB this J ear. They nominated not ona
state ticket but two, and nro talking of fusing
with tho Amerlcan-democrntlc party to boot.
If Texas should accidentally defeat tho bour
bon ticket this fall the heart of tho world would
bo beyond relief.
(Copyright, 1020. by Kdgar A. Oucst)
Away from tho grind of tho city.
Away from the nolso nnd tho din,
Away from ita grtcf and Itn pity,
Away from its olumo and lis sin
Out where tho blue sky Is bending
Its glorious arch over all,
Where nothing on ma 1 dependltiB
Or whether 1 rise, or I fall
Hero for a few days with never
A task I must struggle to do,
Away from tho constant endoavor
And the praise and tho blanio of It, too
Jut being myself for a minute,
With freedom to think ami to plan,
The comrade of lark nnd of linnet
And trees and the 'least of them, man.
Here with tho great world about me,
With life in largo parcel.i or hinall,
That can and will live on without me,
And the same power has fashioned ub all!
This kindly old tree shall outlive me.
The lako nhall remain when I'm gone,
Oh, Ood, for my boasting forgive mo!
Tor what Is my prldo founded on?
And what ts tho nolso of the city.
And what la Its struggles for gold,
With Its shame and Ita grief and Ita pity?-
No moro than a tale that is told.
Tor tho things which shall live on forever
Ate not of such struggles as these,
Not the fragments of human endeavor,
Hut sky. sun and rivers and trees.
tlr UTIB UUlTOV
Mr. Outlaw Is a pieaclier In Creek county.
MIsb Ksther Drinker of Chandler, wo aro
plnil to nolo, confines her potations to water.
W hnv often womlored why It Is a lady
ennnot make her toilet without looking In a
It will not be necessary for Al Jennings to
return from California and make a ten days
Most every ono In I'awhuskn who could gel
a bathing suit, end some who didn't, havo,
learned to nuIiii.
Ho for An I am concerned, says Illll ningley,
the rules may bo suspended and tho third party
given a place on the ballot,
Kven tliounh wine Is md nut of elder ber
ries, says the Owigo County News, some pooplo
still Insist on agoing It.
Th Creek County Republican Is trying to
add to our troubles by urging that a dally clean
ing adds to tho Ufa of a carpet.
Oovernnr Iloberlson need not expect to get
anywhere with his "buy coal" campaign so long
as the cellars am otherwlHO occupied.
Anyway, what dlfferenco does It mako who
wnn nominated for senator bo long as Hobo
Ituth can still function with home-run stick'
Cox may underwrite Wilson's entire foreign
pulley, but It needs also thn slgnntureH of
Murphy, Tnggart, el al. Portland (Ore.) Tele
gram. I'nstmmtrr fleneral Ilurleson's request for a ,
million dollars to pay for lost mall was a per-
Rnn.',l trllilitn I,, IiIm tilitilMlHlrnlti'iit n,i,M.-i fN.' '
Mr Harding visions tho chief magistracy as
nn office designed to make effective and npora
llvo great deulsloiiH reached, and not ns nn of
fice from the Isolarlty of which should Issue de
crees iih fiom n cloister. Manufacturers Record.
Tho only objection we have to a law making
It compulsory to give sixty days public notice
before n couple can marry In that It It ton much
like the Oklahoma law which requires ninety
days notice before a voter can change, his
Uaromctcr of Public Opinion
l'Mltor Win Id. Two aitlcleH which appeared
In your paper yisterdny, August Sill, havo given
me a loiig-wlshi-d-for opportunity to ex incus my
self through the pages of your paper
How many of Tulsa men, Oklahoma men,
men I h Ih glorious t'nlted StateH over, will full in
line with the Londoner and express theniselve-i
as being desirous of seeing women in comfort
able, beautiful and modest clothiH? How many
husband will fall in line with Douglas I'nlrb.inlis
oinl demand of their wIvch that they lengthen
IheJr skit ta?
To woman since time began has been ns
ctllieil tho privilege to make or mar the Ideals
of a man, but I say to you In this twentieth cen
tury It Is not true.
In woman la Implanted by the creator a
burning denlie for the attention, protection and
love of ono man and to achieve this she will If
necessary sometimes stoop very low. And should
she bo sneered at and called a husband hunter
when Bhn glveH expression to this natural Im
pulse which In ooniet lines well-nigh overpower
ing. Whether It has alwayn been so, I do not
know, but tho experience of my llfo has Im
pressed upon me very forcibly that tho woman
who would du things tho very thought of which
would make u good woman blush could always
have the attention of tho richest, handsomest,
most Influential, and most brilliant of men. Thl.i
naturally cium-n a question to arise In the mind
of the woitld-bn-respectable woman and her de
sire for attention and love being stronger than
her attachment to good form and decency, sho
reasons thus: If to attract attention I must
flaunt upon the public streets the Clod-given
charms that wero Intended for tho cyon of one
man only, hero goes. Tho boldest one leads tho
way by appearing In skirtij ns high up and cami
soles am low down as the law will allow, and you
can be sure that their telephones nre never Idle
afterward; that they do not sit out any dances,
or languish in August bent for want of an auto
mobile ride. Women of higher Ideals find them
selves becoming wall flowers and finally old
maids. Do you wonder that tho girls from tho
very beeij American homes, to become popular,
nre aping tho dress and actions of the women
of the underworld. It Is lamentable, but I say
the men are to blame. When getneel American
mo'hers will from babyhood impress upon thf
minds of their sons the necessity before Ood for
their souls' salvation, the samo sweet purity ot
inougiit anil mnucsiy ot actum mat sho Im
pioseu upon her .laughter, then, and not till
then, will wo see n change. And you American
men who stand upon the street eornerH ami
feaht your lustful eyes upon the undresB of wo
men of this generation, blamo only yourselves if
your daughter brlngB down your gray hair In
sorrow to the grave, you are setting the example
for the young men to be, her pl.iymatrs. who
will demand of her what you demand of wo
I am not a crank, but a woman of gentle
birth and convent training who has passed tho
ago when a girl used to be considered a hopeleks
old maid. With an Insatiable ambition to
achieve huccobs In the business world I havo at
tained my desire. Itut as tho Duchess of West
minster writes In the article above refer ed to,
through all my achievements time has been a
dream of a I.oelilnvar who would some diy
claim mo to be his wife and tho mother of his
children. Kor motheihood h woman's highest
career and the only career that mtlsflcs. To
what docH the greatest succcbm a woman can
achieve as a teacher, n buslnesn woman, a doc
tor, a liwyer, nn artist, or a musleln mount It
her arms are tmpty when she longs to enfold
against her heart tho curly head and toft pink
cheek of her own child.
Hut how can an old-fashioned girl (tho ono
who would mako tho ltlghcHt type of home
maker and mother) get married th"so days?
If she Is too modest to ojvpear In a dlaphonoua
gown or If she would blush at the thought f
calling a young man to nk him for a date, sho
remains at home and was.is her beauty nn tin
desert nlr. I am speaking from experience,
dear TulHi men; t hnp been hero four years
nnd not ono man has sought In tho proper man
ner to bo Introduced to me. I wear my dressea
a modest length, always wear an opaque petti
coat and camisoles of decent proportions I
would not stoop to flirt with a man I do not
Know. I hao always been called good-looking,
even beautiful by some, my education Is -ibovo
tho averago, I can conk and I can now and t am
longing to lavish the lovo of ono of the biggest
and kindest hearts that Clod ever created .m
some man with high Ideals to whom llfo's gve.tt.
est Inspirations come frtnn lovo of Clod and sec
ond from the love of a pure nnd noble woman.
My observation has shown me that thero nro
many girls like me drifting to a lonesome old
maidenhood because they are too proud to lower
their Ideals to the standard that prevails today.
Kor the sake of woman's virtue nnd the sane,
tlty of the American home, God speed tho d ij
when the chivalry of p.mt nges will again mani
fest Itself and when conceited nnd Inane man
Instead of being flattered by having women
madly chasing him will like tho knight of old
be grateful for a smile when ho laya his coat
across tho mud puddle so that my lady fair may
trip across without soiling her boot.
Yours very truly.
A UUS'NUSS WOMAN,
Tulsa, Awe 10. v
"WHO'LL TAKE THE NEXT BOTTLE?"
T 1 r ' ' H I BMB.I-. I .1 I l-l-H.BI.ll- II ! ....I. .1 B
JwA i EV'ry Body h
' W-L f RIGHT DOWN
V THIS WAY J
Dv JANE I'll LLPS
waB no danger that I had forgotten
a Hlnglo word or sentence.
Only once did Klsie Interrupt me,
then she asked.
"Is this the first tlmo Hob has
talked llko that to you?" '
"Yo),"I replied, "although he has
several times said thit he had some,
thing serious to say to me; nnd onco
or twice tins started to cay something
and caught himself."
"Do you think there la anyono clso,
any other woman?"
"Oh. no!" I said with conviction.
nislo answered tho door herself,
and after ono glanco at my faco aho
put her arms around me and kissed
"Now wo won't talk until you aro
comfortable." sho Bald ns she took
my ovcr-nlght bag from tne and pre.
reded mo to my room, "Have you
brought a kimono?"
"No. I Just threw In a nightdress
nnd toilet nitlcle."
"Well here's one of mine," she
took It from tho closet, "get un
dressed and put It on, then wo will
talk in comfort. I'll bo back by tho
time you aro ready."
I did an I was told. To be honest
It was a relief to havo nomeono tell
me what to do. Ity the time I had
donned Illsln'a klmona sho was back
with a tray. A steaming cup of teu,
thin toast, nnd home thin slices of
"You don't havo to tell mo you
have eaten nothing today, for I know
by your looks that jou haven't!" Mho
said as she set the tiay on tho table.
"Now drink your tea and eat some
thing, then we ll talk.
Again I did a I was told.
I wnn surplsed that tho tea and
tenst tasted mi good. Klsle ftisd
about tho room doing llttlo things
for inj mfort. ami tnlki.ii; aPout
tho children until I had finished.
Then sho drew up a chair near mo
"Ho let mo
mat it was notiunk HKe that! It was
only that I was a hindrance to his
happiness, his Intellectual growth,"
and I thought I was telling tho
up, Margaret, lou say he agreed
to let you decide what was best?"
"That Is one point In our favor
a great one. Hob always does as he
agrees; and will I am sum ahldo by
"Hut It seems
to get away! It is so humiliating,"
"I know, but Margiret, isn't it
better to benr a llttlo humiliation
than to lnhe him altogether?"
him! nod in splto of all I could
do my sobs broke out afresh.
"There, Margaret, don't cry .nny
more. You are not going to loe
him," and practical I.Uto walked
i.v n.,.i rnrth. her brows knit into
and Bttld :
"Now, Margaret, what Is it'"
"I don't know how to tell you, Kl
sle. It all sounds so ugly, so dreadful!
you may not bo nhle to help me, you
may not want to when you know.
PerhapB you will think I don't de
serve untiling different; that I am
"Try mo and see!"
So I commenced. I told her nil
a frown in he! attempt to tolvo my
problem. , , , ,
I controlled myself. Suddenly she
stopped In front of me.
"Margaret, I am going to help
you; but flist I am going to tnlk to
you like a Dutch uncle. 1 don't want
you to feel hurt nor angry hut, Mur
gnrct, Hob hnfl been moro nearly
light In nil that ho has said and
done than wo shall give him credit
for. You have been very aggravat
ing, dear, with your continual rant
ing of duty, your refusal to go any
where with Hob. your determination
to mako him live along the lines you
the miserable story. How Hob had '
left John Kondall'H party to comoi
home and talk to me. I told her all'
every word ho had said. It wiim1
burned on to my memory. There,
laid out Instead of following nia own ,
Inclinations. You havo been In-.
tensely Bclflsh: nt times almost un-1
bearable with your 'my way is the
only way. nnd ou must wnlli if'
your making of his home no home
at all simply a pl.ica to eat anil
sleep; your determination to wean
hint from all his friends; and lots
of other things which you must
realize have combined to sot him
The Young Lady
Across the Way
Caw "' MC r-aa l.aOaa.aa
"Havo I been na bad as nil that,
The laconic amwer mado mo
"Stop that!" Klsie said firmly.
"That Is one of the things I didn't
mention. You are ulways ills
Bolved In tears, nnd men, all men,
hate tears. Honestly, Marguret, I
don't bellevo theto Is n elnglo ex
ception to prove the uile. If thero Is
I never have heard of him. So tho
first thing you must do is to cut out
"I'll try. Klsie," I said meekly,
"but It Is so hard not to cry when
you feel badly."
"Knt Instead! when your stomach
Is full to bursting you won't feel like
crying. If you don't believe mo, try
It and see."
Tomorrow An Arraignment.
SAND SPRINGS, Okla., Aug. 11.
Reverend Hrlnkley of thn Itaptlst!
church will be in Sand Springs in
lime to fill the pulp.t of thai ihuih
Sunday when the reijulu' serm. n
will ho held. During the nhscnro
of Reverend HririKtry different
members o? tho church have been
called upon to preach Uwi Sunday
Hr. Alathews, whs recently ru..
ThO VOllMi- l.i.l. nn-n,. .1... ..
ays thero s no excuse for having a
dog pedigreed if sou give him a
tiath often enough, and uso cood
turned from Kentucky delivered tho
llyrum McWIUIanm left Tuesday
for the oil fields n;ar l.ouisvnlc,
Reverend Lowry of Tulsa, who Is
taking tho placo ot Reverend
Oordon during the Inttor'B absence
In tho west, has proved to bo very
popular with his congregation and a
large attendance every Sunday gives
evidence of his ability. Services aru
held In the morning only.
Work on the high Bchool btnld-
inf, Is nearlng completion. TU' plus
toting of the class rooms la finished
nnd practically all plumbing k-i in
The end of the month will find the
building ready for tho fall open-
lug of school.
Announcement hna been offi
cially made that Sand Springs will
have a largo modern dance hall
when tho brick building on Second
and Main Is completed. Tho third
floor of this building has been given
over to dancing purposes and ai
plans are now, there will bo regular
nights for dancing and other times
arranged for prlvato partiea and en
lerUilnmei.ts. The fciicicment of thn Lord's "up
per will be observed at tho tnorn'ng
service til the Methodist church
Sunday, July 13. Rev. J. K. T'nck
rey, superintendent of the Titl.vi
district, aol preach at the evonm
service p.t 8 o'clock. The rervne
Hob had meant onty
havo no reason to give
awful that he wants
will be ho,d on the lawn at the ru.,r
of tho crjrch.
Kor automobiles that takn light
ning current from tho magneto that
supplies Ignition thero has been pat
ented an automatic short circuiting
device to give u car one bright
headlight Instead of two dim ones
when running slowly.
I couldn't live if I lost
Kor scraping atll slds of tho
fluen of a hot air heating plant a
Michigan man haa invented a clean
ing tool with n Jointed handle, tho
miitlotiH of which can bo controlled
by n user.
Among the devices for cleaning
automobile vlnd nhleldo In rainy
weather is one equipped with pads
saturated with a chemical solution
which, when nibbed on the glass,
prevents moisture accumulating.
The alnra Incline, but dn not rompe).
TIIi;it-SHAV, AUtUJST 12, 1020.
K'ooyrlKht, 1110. by
Tha McCluro Nnwnnprp PynillcaK)
Jupiter rulcn this day with kindly
Intent according to astrology. Nep.
tune Is strongly adverse.
It In a tlmo for plans nnd largo
ventures In business, but the Judi;.
merit may not bo trustworthy, owlnuj
to the nspect of Neptune. .
lawyers come under n Bway that
seems to prumUo unusual benefits
Kducatora should profit by condi
tions that are now developing. Th
seera declnro that great honors are to
bo bestowed on tonchora wnoao pro
fession will gain a new status and
There Is n fllgn held to bo favor
able for political caudldatra who may
gain favor at this tlmo by casiioK
away fear und o-ssii ruing poaitlvs
attitudes on public questions.
Neptune Is In nn nspect said to in
crease tho tendency of tho human
mind toward suspicion. During ibii
rulo evil will be moru readily heart)
All tho signs appear to preanga
ngitatlnn nnd disturbance of thought
that has hitherto been conflnod ta
Women nro to lako a new place In
faculties of universities and achoojAt
of technology, It tliu stars ore rlghtA
Immense fortunes are to bo gained
within the next fow days by means
ot small Inventions that will con
tribute to the comfort ot the home,
the sects declare.
The death ot n statesman long re
vered Is prognosticated, for next
Sinister nspect of tho stars tb
govern Greece presage grave
Planetary forces that aro separa
tive and Inimical to tho best Interests
ot humanity will continue powerful
for some time, but thoy are to la
ovcrcomo by a cohesive lnfluencs
which will unlto all classes In a close
bond ot union.
Persons whose blrthdate H Is
should avoid now enterprises nnd be
cautious nbout entrance to n quarrel.
Young women will bo much courtiat
Children born on this day muy
havo many upa and downs In life.
They will succeed best when em
ployees. These subjects usually love
order and aro exceedingly peaceable.
Us fellows was setting on my frunt
steps, me feeling prltty bum on ac
count of most of them Baying they
was going to vote for bid Hum,
instod oi me ror captain of tho in
visible, and tho skinny kid that de
livers papers every aftirnoon we a
paBt and handed mo tho paper on
account ot knowing I was the on-i
lived there and 1 looked ut tho frunt
pago nnd the fcrst thing 1 saw was
my own name, saying In big letters.
Gallant Klrcniau Rescues 6. Hcnja
mln Potts of Knglno Co. No. S,
Proves Himself u Hero.
Herray, herray. I got my name tn
tho paper, I yelled.
Wure, ware? all tho fellows sod.
And they looked and saw 11 thelr
selfs, and I.oroy Chooster read 'ho
hole thing out loud telling how Hcn
pamln 1'ottM kepp on carrying laaU-i
nnd children down a ladder till thro
wa&erit eny more left, and every t.rn--ho
came to my namu tho fehowa
yelled, Herray, herray.
Mo keeping on feeling braver and
braver nnd Sid Hunt keeping on
looking JclllBser nnd Jclbss-er, saytm!.
Aw, w.us the Idecr of all tho ixc to
mcnt, I bet I could show you u.
name In tho paper too It I wunted
to tako the trubble. and I sod. Uaia
tho matter, you Jclllss? and ho sod.
JelllSH nothing, nnd 1 scd. Well toeo
So nhed and show us, I daro you, I
dubblo dam you. And Sid looked alt
throo the paper and all ho found was
a man named Sidney Hogan being
prosteratcd on account of the hcoi,
and I sed, Do you meen to compare
a man being prosteratod with tho
heet to a fireman rescuing 6 ladles
and children all at one tlmo? Who
you going to voto for, fellows?
You, you, herray, yelled all the fel
lows. Helng how I was elected captain
of the Invisibles.
Kroight vessels with Interchange.
able hull and sterns, tho forniisV
carrying tho cargo and tho latter tho
propelling machinery, nro a Kronen
man's Idea for reducing transporta
tion costs, one stern serving for sov
Don't Go "A Eeling"
An old darky went fishing for eela. Pull
Ing up a magnificent black bass, ho gazed
nt It In dlfgiikt, took it off the hook, calmly
throw It back In the water and said:
"When I goes n eeling
I goes a eeling."
Pcrhnps you havo made up your mind to
buy filing equipment. Perhaps you havo
decided on some other mako.
Hut that Is no reason why you should throw
nway tho black bass why. you should not
first Inspect tho filing equipment that Is
"Quality Hullt for Quality Men."
The comparison may change your mind,
nnd it Is a wise man who known enough to
change his ideas at tho right tlmo."
Field Stationery Co.
COMPMTn: ornCT. OlTFITTnitS
G08 S. Main St. l'liono 1HII7