Newspaper Page Text
TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1920.
Putluhil V.vrt lii.rn'i 'u ' .tin 'HmUr
BY THE WOULD 1'UliLISIIINO CO.
tinUfl) TiT tKT Tulaa Poal.ilfl. a- ftVrnml Clan Mtt
.T'ni'iit"6Vr" aUiht ni ni'.Ar or i'iiii im.atIoS
UllMllHIIH OK TIIK AHHflflATKIi l'IU4H
Tlie AclU,l Iti-m In rmlvly antlllail I th
for raimhllcailon ol ml na i1ltlotia eiitlll In II
.or not ntharwli cruJU-.l in tlile t'!'' ''
DUJlPUIllln'ION IIATKH. IIV it All. ina7vamcbi
IMILT ANJ HtJNIIAT.
IN OKLAHOMA III 'IHIDK OK OKLAHOMA
On Yaar l.e on ar I ;
Hit rnbnlha ...
4.00 Mil IBUtlthl
LIS l'r Mentli
......... i M "no Year
On Tfr inllll Oim Year It
T.li mnntha l,0 Mi innMla .......... 1,10
Thtea Mentha l.Tl I'M Monlh .......... .
una Month 19
f)ne Tut Il.1t ona Tr
. I. to
1.(0 l mnnlha
,rr Ubii Hi
,lt I'.r Mnmli
1IY CAUIIIKII IN OUTll)ll TCIWNM,
i HAII.r AND HUNDAT
jl'rr aUnili iii Ailrarire
arl'ar Yaar In Ativan"
. 11 Y CAIIMIHIl IN 'IUIJIA, HAND M'HINtlM AND
V IlKll KOI IK. DAILY AND HUNDAT
far wal , .1(1
ff't Month, In Artvanc I'
li'nii V'' '" A,,,",IC 'la?'
I'llnNM .000 I'tMl ALL lilCl'AIITMHNTM
O I- I I A L V I 1 V A I' II II
ri(7 liiblicul Quolnlon
TIM'IINILW, NOVK.Mlir.il II
Uodllnciri In profitable nnlii all thing, having
-promise of th life that now In, unil of Hint which
In to come. 1 Tim, I H.
From eovnloun denims ?nt free, ,
On Jchum en hi thy pure;
In heaven thy hotter portion run,
Anil let thy heart h there.
(lodllnenn with contciitmnnl 1m grout gnln.
Tim v lit fi. .,,.,.. M. m
f. General Koch Ik telling tint whnlo world how
ho wan Ignored hy tli treaty makers at Vnr
nalllcn. Hu vim ovrryhoily nine r xceptfng the
treaty maker themselves.
r It 11 io purpose of IIki prxipnncd baseball hut
(fiT 1h to rcHtoro public confidence In tho Kamo
of h.snoball thru It run ilo no better than to
curry nut I In plnn to put Judge Uindln at tho
(bond of tho Hporl with dictatorial power. Ill
t he meantime thorn In nothlmc In Inw or logto
mii prevent (tits organization of another league
'or aa inunV other IcnRiicn an tho promotnrn may
Awlnh. Thin In n froo country unit lircomliitf
froer every minute
$ A InmtHllilo linn lt nurprjnon. , Nobody In tho
lrnllro ntato bullovcil thnro wan any doubt about
rtho olnotlon if J. Uluipr Thomnn to concronn. iU
Bis olio of tho fow real ntatcaiiion Oklahotnn han
jiroducBil nlnco irtuloliixid. Hvon rnpublluann
ovcr thu Htato looked forward to tho tlmo when
J&tlio volco of Connrranman Tliomon In tho lowur
ulioiiHo would' ralno tho ntandliiK of Oklahoma.
jjWo nay thin much In Juntlco to Tlinnuin without
ln tho allRhU'fit rcrii-'clliiK on COncrrnitiHii Oonn.
iwn, wlio wo conKralutatn on bin notnbln vie-
lory, and who will, wo havo no doubt, eorvo Willi
dldtlnctliHi and honor.
AND NOW MtANCi: l'ltOTICNTS.
' t "Put If HnBland hn wlx votrn In tho loiiBUn,
iwhy hnM not Krnnco or Paly or Japan pro--natcd7"
llow often did you lu-ar that nru
' niotit during tho rampalcn, whun lJiiKlund'a din-,
Jproportlonato votliih powor In tho Iujikho w-an
nnnnlk'il by opiionontH of tho covonnnt,
Thoro wan also uiiothcr arKilmonL AdmlttlnK
. lhat II would bo pomdhlo for lincliuul to imu
jtlio votcn of hor (lopdiidoiuQn to tho dlnadvan
'jtuco of other nations, Homo nupportcrnfof'tba
Jr covonnnt awicrtcd Hint nlio would novrr do so;
that tho votcn of Canada, Hputli, Afrlcn. Aui.
;trnlln, etc, would bo freo and Indcpdndciit.
All thin In niirniflnuit In view of whnt han
(rannplrcil within tho last fow dnyn. Tho Krwicli
Bovornmcnt hnn nont to tho llrltlsh Kovcrnnnnt
',yy formal protcnt ngalimt tho MiinilnK of Lord
.''Holier Cecil an ono of Houth Afrlca'n dolcKntvH
4tl tho nioctliiK of tho 'niuioinbly of tho Ioiiruo ut
ijiatioiiH In riopova this montli.
Tho etory explalnn that "tho French protrnt
Is ImHod on tho L'roniiil that when tho Hrltblt
, UclcKatlon to tlia peace conferenco nnkod for
and obtained nlxvoten In tho assembly of tho
lcagun for Unelapd and lior coloulen II wan on
tho undemlandliiK that tho voten of tho coloulon
wero liidiipcndcnt of those of KiikIhikI, Tho
lYeiich noto ihiiUch tho point that It In In contra
vention of thin principle that an l3nKllHhman
shall be tho dolcKato of ono at tho cotonlru, be
eaimo It thnt wero permitted there would bo,
theoretically, nothing to prevent all the dole
eaten of all tho colonies from bclnK KnKllnhinen,
and thiiH llnKlnnd would have lx votrn In tho
S'u thiu find I'mnco ulvlriB official rocotjnl-
turn to thu obJncilotiH uikpiI by republican!! In
i the United HtatfM from Ui very bcKlnnlnif. Thero
In no Hlgnlfleance wlmtovnr In Kngliuid'n iinmlnK
( lonl Hob.rt Cecil nn a deleKiilo from Nouth
Africa. That wan to huvo benii expoetcd. Only tho
: credulous over doubted Kimlnnd'n Intention. That
country liavlriK "iiHked for ami obtained t,x
votOB In tho uwivmbly for KiiKland ami her
JooIonlcK. availed hernelf of tho flint opportunity
to net up a precedent that would enable hor to
I npeedlly realize the advantiiRo nho Hum obtnlnml,
UnKland Huh never dliwembled her Intention tn
control tho derlnlonn of tho leanue of nntlonn.
When "h)io linked for ami obtained" miporlor
reprCHontallon In the nmuimhly H wn hor Inten
tion to pn4. tho Jury. The namtiii; of lord
Jtobert Cecil was merely the first Mopto ba
followed, wo have no doubt, by tho appointment
of Unb'llnhitien, truo and tried, na deh'Katen for
tho other colonics.
The protest of France merely hIiowh that
credulous Krenchmen are ut lant awake to thi
J ilaiiKorw ot tho Ioubuo and that 1'rnnc In quit
t aa unwllllns an America to piojudlco her future
jj by expoHlnif it to the doclnloiiH of a packsd
fltowly, hut novcrtlielenn nurely the detailed
hypocrisy of tho min-rd mm i i,cik t,.
poned. Ict America i - 'n-rji ii i'o i,. i, if unit
ho has, through tho aurt put lou-m of no
III.WIMi I III. VKIIIIH'I'.
"Ill npltH of the trrmendmiH landnlldo ol th')
Inflt leetlrin, It rxrnnlnt tlm fnt Hint th lonxu
nl nntlonn wa not pumh-iI on by tho American
Thnt In the nrtmxlnic ntatement ot nan of th
tilronicent pro-lKiKUf fmprrn In Oklnhomit, nnd It
In rnprrniintntlv of III" uttfiiinren of nil pro
InnBiin nperH Ibrouiehoiit His oountry.
Th de'lilon In lb nnlrrnn roferondiim In
vuked linn bnen r"J ( tod by thone InVokltlK It. It
In Impudence of Iba innknnt kind to annert that
the AlMHilriui p.Mipln dbl not pniM on the ImiKUe
of ciKtlnim. Whnt then, wero thuy pawiliiB on?
It wnn iniuln the one III): Ihmiiii, despite the fad
that tiler worn forty iithttrH, each ot whli h Jilft
tlfleil the American people In dnfentliiK thu
Mr. Cox nindo the ImiKUe tho oulntatidlnil
InniiH and .Mr. llHrdlilK ncceptcd It iih nurh. In
OklHlinmH, for example, Chairman linn In ton.
ilucteil Km i-nllrii ntato riunpalKii on that Inn in
mid that alone CoilKreHnmnti llnrreld tnlked
Utile elne but the teiiKUn and Itn diuiRcrn, prom
Im.iI III i Io more tlrhn that ho would npoak and
vole iiKalnnt It.
If the people of Oklahoma wero not vol I rite to
rejrt the lenKiln, what wan their purpono? It
In folly to nMrt that the I'errlH-Oore primary
content onimcd the bloodlern revolution In thin
nlnlo. I'or men wero for (lorn bernune ll" ntood
IiKalnnt tho lenKUe; It wnn the Innile lhat first
divided the demociatle parly In Oklahoma nnd
Inter lent (t the election.
If the leiiKiiern want another referendum let
llinin havo It. Tho next will be even Idmi hoIoiiiii
IIiiiii wnn the hint. There In not an unprejudiced
politician or otwervcr ot public opinion In thi.i
Htntn or any othftr, but thnt will rumllly admit
that If the I in k no ipientlon hnd been nubmlttet
free of pnrtlwin tlniio the majority viKiilnnl It
would linviJ been nevunteen million Inntend ot
Tho American people havo pnnned on thu
leiiKiio of nntlotiH; they did morn they rompud
IM.'MOCUATS Wllili iti:oit(iAM.i:.
Wo learn from tho democratic .MunkoKee I'hoe-
nix that tho bourbon machine will Immediately
take nlepn lo reorganize the party no an to wreet
victory from the haniln ot fate next time. Tho
plaiiH nre InteremluK but not InnplrliiK. I'or In-
nliuicii nmoiiK other tblncH, thin In ono of the
"Tho election llntn from each precinct will
be obtained and the offlcern of the demo
cratic I'lubn In each county will make up n
mailing IIhI, Kct In direct touch with each
democrat etc., etc."
Machine, mitchlno, machine! Not a word or n
thoiiKlit about earning the nupport of tho electors
ot tho irtato by an exhibition of ntatocraft, and a
nerleii of leKlnlattvo enactments In the Intercut of
tho Uixpnycrn. All thoUKht In of mi orKaiil.-.atlun
that can bo lined lo dominate reBardlrnn ot nen
tlmeutl Put nKnln:
"They (tho democratn), had planum to
frame and pan a new election law hiiioiik
the flrnt thliiKH done by the new lcKlMnturo
but, nlnco It wan to havo boon denlKned, an
have all othern la the pniit, to nhut out thq
neKro vote, "we'll probably not dare to niukn
any chaimen now for fear of what tho repub
lican lower Iioiiho mlKht do," tho lenderif
lnn't that ImiplrliiK? "The leadera" aro not
thlnklnK of doing anything at all to earn pop
ular npprovalj their whole thought In to In omn
manner, by foul meana and unfair meann pre
ferably, necuro a partlntin iidvautago thnt will
enable them lo get a new hold on tho ntate nnd
maintain It icgardlenn of tho pcople'n wlwhen.
Apd they proposo going atlll further an thl ad
dltlnnnl iiuntatlon shown:
"Put they will attempt to carry out their
plnn for informing tho Judiciary of the ntato
they nay. In clinging to thin plan they havo
In mind not only their original Intention of
working a real reform that han long been
needed, but will at the name time attempt
It with a view of protecting Oklahoma from
They never learn the bourbonn! They do
not know what happened to them Tiicnday, nor
why. In nil thin there li not the Bllghtent connld
oration given the public nervlco nor the Inter
estM of the tnxpayorn. Hvery thought In for tho
bourbon machine. If the democratic party In
thbi Mute lemnlnn under tho Influence of nuch
leadiirHhlp It will not nnnln Inntc powor In a
IT WAS OlMt OWN PUSlNKSs
A correspondent wrlten to know why wo havo
not Mnld Hoinethlug about the way Puropn re
reived the, election newn. Pecnuno It wan of
no Importance how Kuropo received tho newn.
Wo Amerlcnnn wero acting In tho Interrnt of
America and without tho Mllghtcxt concern an
to how Huropo might tako It.
The World han for some time been preaching
tho great gonpel of every country attending
tu ltn own biiHtnenn. It liken to practice what
It preachee. Nome of Kuropo cheered tho
American people' decision lo have nothing to
do with an Imponnlblo Utopia, while other partn
of Kuropo wero Had, very nail.
Put the mnln thing K America decided to
attend to ltn own bunlnenn henceforth nnd
merely net n good example for the rent of tho
world. Whether tho rent of the world liken It
or not docH not concern un tit all,
TAIT TO Till: St'l'PKMK PUNCH
Hncrgetlc gentlemen aro reviving HtorlcH of
pending renlgnatlonn from the nupreme court
bench. A number ot tho JuhPcch nro very old
men, ami probably nome of them will avail
themKolven of the opportunity to gut back into
pilvato life for tho elotiing chapter.
And with thone Morten comen tho report that
Tft will bo elevated to tho nupromo bench,
po-wlbty an chief Juntlce. If -here In any pent
that the ex-prenldent In designed to fill with n'at
Infnctlon to the public It in a pout on the bench.
An the handmaiden of Justice the ex-prenldent
would be entopped from mourning thu rolo of
lder Mnienmnn. iiultn enough rcinon for tho
proponed appointment We think wo would
like nee tho man appointed to tho nuprcmu
lit Otla lrton.
Among our grentent xpertern are thono demo
rntle pnpern win. h - xp. rti d nothing and de
manded Icm front th"lr own party.
Anywny, the name of I'renldent Hardlng'a
prlvnlu necielary In going to bo eanler to pro
noiinijii than In I'renldent Wilnon'n bunker.
There In Just one thing wo object to "hlle
biMiue'tn n.re being panned out, and thnt In tho
reference, to Jim llarrln an nomebody'n right
The woodn are full of dnmocratlo re.orgnn
ler, but inont of them, we notice, want to re
orgfttilxo along npeclllcatlonn which will bent fit
their I ton it I ambltlonn.
'Attention, onnfederHtn nnd republican army
veterann," In thfl Way the American 1-egloti it
Ada nddrennen an Invitation to participate In ItH
nrinlntue day i nlebrw lKn.
I.uther llarrlnon occasionally getn the right
slant nt Ihlngn. lie frnnkly nnd forcefully nayn
It wnn Hrott Kerrln who dug democratic graven
faster than bin compatriots niulil fill them up.
If Kniisnn republicans renlly want to do tho
proper thing they will rnlnntate old "Copoland
i nunty." Topeka ban never been the name nlnco
thin famous old political mecca wan abolished.
If the rcpubllrn legislature In wlso It will con
fine ltn work to rectifying. Just because ot
authority thrnt'U An rennon why a lot of officer
should bo continued to mnko plncea for the
faithful workern. ItrptihllciinH havo lived In
Oklahoma since statehood without political John
nnd llioy can conllntlo to do no.
Tho bent Illustration that science will not al
wnyn fit fawtn In Hamtiel Wyern, tho Oklahoma
Natiinirn prize gnn expert. Mr. Wyern enn't pile
up enough expert nclentlflo argument to con
vince Tulsa people thnt meter won't register
unless thero In gnn panning through. We don't
think much of the opinion of gaii experts, any
how. Barometer of Public Opinion
fJod Plcsn the, Woman!
Kdltor World: .lunt a few wordnjoiho crnnk
th it dnen not nmoko. Wo cannot tnkO all h.i
plennure away from men. They enjoy'a good
miioko an well an wo enjoy candy and other
''""wish to nay my husband hnn a pipe nn Inrgo
nn you can buy, and ho enjoyn hln Htnoke after
mealn nt home. I nm delighted tolthlnk he bun
Btich a good lime with hlfl plpo it helpn him to
forget bin hnninesn nnd also nermn to .rent him
when ho In tired. Some of our finest men love
their tolmcco, a good cigar nnd ntoglen. Ho
don't crIUrUo our men; let them clijny a good
smoke; you muwt bo ono of the mama's boys. My
husband Is a real man and ho can nmoko all ho
Tulm, Nov. 10. A Wll-h.
lMltor World! Your commentn In recent
IsHiien on one ot our Knnsan Inntltutlonn, namely
Victor Murdock and his Wichita ICaglo, vibrates
harshly on tho heart strings of the rvcrnge
if you were only aware of tho beneficial effect
of Mr. MurdocKn paper on the agricultural In
dustry In thin section of Kansas you would bo
careful not to my nnythlng that might cause
that fount of every blessing to dry up.
During the dry yearn hern the only thing that
kept the grass green and tho corn and cabbage
growitig whm the dissemination of Victor Mur
doek'n Btuff'thrnugh the Kacle. P'n n fact well
known here thnt one copy of tho Wichita Kagln
would rAime a luxuriant growth of grnnn nn Hlfl
acres oven though no rttln fell from tho flret of
Juno to the last of September.
I don't pretend to bo nblo to explain thin
phenomena. I only know tt'n no. I.lko elec
trlcllv, wo can tell what it does but cannot de
A farmer when he buyn a nack of bran finds
a tag attached giving him n anntvslnof the
contents, Would It not bo a good idea to have
an nnnlysln of our newnpnpern, no before w
read thcn wo enn know whnt we are getting
for our money? A tag on tho Wichita Kal
would run about like this, wo Imagine:
Aciiun (not pnrn)
rrmln fiber Oindlirentablo)
Cncommon scents i,9i
Common nonso 1 "
Uudyard Kipling's dencilptlnn of the over
throw of tho god "HImmon" reminds ono of the
catastrophe thnt ban overtaken the lenguo of
nntlonn. lie describe tho overthrow by a bond
of notdlern ot tho great "HImmon."
Ay. we remember hln H.crd ark
And the virtuous men thnt knelt
To the dark nnd the hush behind tho dark
Wherein we dreamed he dwelt;
ITnlll we entered to hale htm out.
And found no more than an old
Uncleanly Image girded nbout
The loins with scarlet and gold.
Him we o'erset with the butts of our npf.irs,
Ulm nnd bis vnst designs,
To be tho ncorn of our muleteer
And the Jest of our halted lines.
Py the plrketn-pliiM thnt the dogs defile,
In the dung nnd dust he lay
Till the priest ran nnd ehittered awhile.
And wiped him and took him awav.
The high priests of the leieue of nations have
been busv since the election chnt'e'tnir nnd
wining their unholy Image, nnd T suppose, In
the course of time they will boost It upon some
sort of a Pdestal nnd enll the peonln to wor
ship It. Put few thero .,. that will ever bow
tho knee to that "dead dog."
P. P. l'MJMMEH.
I.eon, Kami., Nov. 9.
(Copyright l'Ji!0, bj Kdgar A. Ouest.)
Tim furnace In the modern way
Of heating all our honien todny.
Wo feel the warmth, but seldom seo
The fire whleh hluzes merrily;
Promo radiators 1 hnve found
Are things we do not sit around,
And so 1 drop these words of praise
Unto tho stove of by-gouo days.
It had ltn faults and drawbacks, too,
Put 1 recall It warmed us through,
1 realize tho tank wan hard
To lug the coal In from the yard,
And trails of dust I left about
Kach time I carried tho ash pan out.
Put tho room wan cheered by the ruddy glow
Of that old coal stove of the long ago.
I like tho easier ways today,
The coal Isn't stored no far away,
And I needn't trudge through drifts of snow
Whenever the f(ro In getting low,
Put coming home on .i winter's night
I often long for that lost delight
And tho wondrous glow and the cheerful
That wormed tho room In our coal tove
MKXICO. UEF0UA1KD, GOES A-W(OINC
The Promoter's Wife
By JANE PHELPS
Parbaru Ileum (ius-slp ot Planchu
Naturally, I was lmjuensely re
lieved that Nell had not been 'with
Phinche Orton, yet 1 knew thn: tn
somo way I'ayuo Orion's death hud
been the rounc of hln excitement,
also of hln remaining out all night.
I wanted to question him, but feared
to anger him nnd so waited until
after ho had finished bin dinner
nnd was nmoklng his cigar in the
"Aren't you going to tell mo where
you were last night, Nell? I was
terribly worried. I didn't sleep u
wink. You ran off without a word,
"I wnn attending to business at
tho club until latu. Then 1 wan too
tired I turned In there, 1 had to see
a man thorn very early."
"Puslnesn that Mr. Orion's death
"Yes," he frowned,
tho club until late. Then I wan so
me, dear? I have been ho anxious."
"No you wouldn't uudcrfltand
nnd talking does no good." The name
old excuse, nnd ono with which 1
never could feel natinflcd: that 1
How did he know thnt I wouldn't?
Never had ho given mo n chanco to
I'ayuo Orton'n funeral wan to be
ntrlctly private. Put I knew NrlMhiid
,h"1 W - .
thu day after wus tho first of the
month and the bill for them camu
I naw Utile ot Nell In those days
following the death of 1'nyno Orton.
I wnn not very well, nnd so re
mained moro closely at home than
usual. Yet. In a wav, I did not think
of him on being with her. An fat as
I knew, Nell never had told nm
un untruth: and if he li.ul not gone
to her tho night of her trouble,
whnt right had I to think he wan
with her now? Put thnt he was tor
ilbly anxious und woirhd, wan
plainly to bo seen.
The Young Lady
Across tlm Way
Tlu soul i: u..j ... wai uont mind.
r ,t- f - ' (
nays what tho world needs in inure . And lie took some gram cracker
human apathy tovard the uoor and lout of his pocklt all rapped up In
unfortunate, tls3uv pajjer and I ato a hole platc-
full of veal nnd Btufltng under thick
gravy and then I passed my plalo
for another plateful, Mr. Hoggs say
Ing, O my goodness, Is
eat another Intlro dose
O thata mild for him, you must
como somo time wen wo have some
thing he's reuly fond ot,
Then camo tho day when Ior
ralno Morton disturbed what peace
of mind 1 had. It wan a dismal, rainy
afternoon, and uho said that she
knew 1 would bo depressed, no she
had dropped everything to run over
and cheer mo up.
Iirralne meant well, but n I have
nald sbo wnn Inclined to gossip.
Wo chatted about various things,
then nlie spoke of Mr, Orton'ii death.
"I'll bet Ptaticho was relieved. Of
course It must hnvo been a shock,
but I don't think ho cared o,button
for him. She never has acted an if
she tlld, nnywny."
"Why did she mnrry htm, do you
nupposo? Nell sayn It Is nho who
has tho money, so It couldn't havo
"I guess she wanted 'Mrs.' on her
calling card so sho could do as she
plensed." Then nho quoted "Oh, for
n love for a year, n week, a day '
That's Plancho Orton."
"."he'n fickle, then7"
"Notorloimly no when nho was
young. They sny she wan engaged
to half a dozen men before sho set
tled down and mnrrled Payne
"Put nhe did settle down."
"After a fashion, yes. Put, Pab,
It 1 wero you I would keep Nell away
from her If I could. It was bnd
enough tor them to bo Keen together
so much before; but lonnlu will
I dont think I could
Mr, Poggn. And he kepp
his hot milk and taking
out of bin gram crackers
tat I on of a herd and kepp
at mo still eating, wlch nfter I tln
Ished I neil, I huvent Ixnckly had
enuff but 1 wunt to
my peotch pie, can
Ma 7 I Bed, Wlch ma cut
.nnylng, Thnts nil the
for you, so cat It accordingly. .
Wlch I did, eating It
It look an It It wan taking
then I ned, Well If 1
more pie, ma, can I hnvo
venl and ntufflng and
feel a prltty big pt a
Mr. Poggn quick got
hnrrern, I cant stand
must go Immedl ly. And
pillti out of n llttlo bottle
them with water, nay Ing,
mick ennt stand sites like thai with
out soda mints, ware did I lcevo my
Wy Mr. Poggs, wo
chance to tawk blznsn
and Mr. Poggs sed, Maybo
And ho went, and I
bed orly. Proving how
l.n In I.. ln,.n ...11. I.,.- it
Mm.,, now. And tn,.
migtii say mm wan inn reason rnyne
wan ho ancles of hln health that hi
euddenly, nn ho did.
given voice to tho thought
which had como to me, when l heard
he won dead, but which 1 had for
gotten. "Nonser.se"' I replied, but 1 felt
myself growing pale.
"It Isn't nonsense, Pab," sho nald
as nho rose lo go. "And It I weren't
so fond of you I'd never mention It.
Put I saw Nell going thero yrstor
dny. I wan calling next door, on Mrs.
Tenny, and although 1 remained nn
hour, Nell wuh still with Hlnnche
when I left. Watch out for her,
"Cod deliver us from our gosnlp
Ing friends," I moaned, the tear
starting. 1 had almost ceased think
ing of Pl-incho. Orton nnd Nell and
When sho had gone I nnt thinking,
wretchedly, nbout it all. Then mv
suspicions hud been right Puyne
Or' on hrul been foolishly cnrelei-B
with his health, of late, and that,
perhnpn was the cause of his dnth '
I could remember now, hearing
vague rumors nbout hi drinking w
i-iio is ioo snort
ovei but th ficht ir In
excess, keeping lato hours, etc. Had i
be. then, been unhnppy ovet ;
Plunche's friendship with Nell so
unhappy that he didn't cure I
Tomorrow Pnrbara In Anxious Pe
inuso Nell Is drinking.
Wo wns eating brekflst thin morn
ing und pop sed, o by tho way.
mother, ltn going to bring a cus-t'-mer
h'inie for suppor tonitu but vou
wont hnff to bother getting enything
npeshll bernuso he's a dyspeptlck
and hardly eats u thing but he's
a queer duck nnd ho wont glvo me
nn order unless I show him a lot ot
And wen he came homo this after
noon theru was Borne Bklnny looking
man with htm named Mr. Poggn,
and wo went In tho dining room and
started to eat supplr, being veal and
stuffing under thick gravy and
peetch plo for dlzzert, Mr. Pogg.i
saying, Now you people go ahed and
eat. Ill Jest have somo hot milk' and
eat my gram crackers with It if you
A HflNO WITH f
THAT GOES BACK
117 South Slnln.
'The aUra Incline but .
(Ciiyt. !: by Mcl'ture s.
This should be a f( i
Recording tn astrology. r
the ."un and Men my a
It I, n, tlmo when ex
should count for much 'in,
etvn Hint seems to limi
' '.t t
1 1 it
'll ' n!
rcr ii'i-iuon ami to n,
certain reactionary tundn
In the rule ot the stai - 1
seen to be more and m i
between the personH wh n
ualijr awake and thoso v.
th material t'lanc.
This I a promising d i
wvo winrh' ask political fi
polntnients of any sort h
moro enslty procured tu,j
wny than li usually the
tho Sun In In nn nspert n
gniieroslly, gratitude and t
The planetary sway ti l ,
rend nn giving a forci a--1 t tt
encfltn tn newspapers af 1 ,(;
who llvo by means of tie t unt'oj
Thin should be n turliv ! jr
signing rontrnrts or ngu j
I hey have to do with m i , s otu
side tile nrtlstlc world, but . , vk
an auspicious tlmo for wrl'lng ti
name o thentrlcnl pnpvrtt
Messages of good will Sl io h
Indicated hy tlio nnpect of M r an:
Those will come from men t gh, iii
nuthorlty nnd even from th who
sit on throne.
Tho seers prophesy tl i thrr.
will bo u new nwakenli.g th,
power of mind and to the r,i t JuJ
thoughts nro transmitted w ihout
Ihe aid of any nierhaiilnin To this
llttlo recognl7ed fact Is nt'r.ljtd
many thefts and other crln.c- they
Great activity In rallwnyn Is pror
nostlcatcd nnd there will be raJlral
chnnges that affect tho traveling
public, It Is prophesied.
Hotels remain under a sway lint
Is most advantageous, for gradtulty
the nepnrato house Is to bo cll-..
lnated, except for the posres.-l Jn'ot
the extremely wealthy.
A great tide ot Immigration li
to pour In, desplto nil plans to pre
vent It, astrologers declare
There Is a star that warns tho
white aco to tnko uccouut of in
placo In tho great world si heme ef
Persons whose blrthdntn It Is hive
tho nugury of fa'lr success If ihv
attend strictly to business and avoll
travel or change
Children born on this day miy
present certain problems of tem
perament, but they nro likely to pos
sess extraordinary power to develop
flno nmbltions that lead to success.
he going to
Tho national industrial ronfertneo
' oard es:lmates that living costs
hnvo Increased 101.5 per cent since
1914. Wo would not havo siifpectfj
that anybody trifled with tractions
In figuring Increases. KroiA the
stand it, sed
like a Iml
I havo It now,'
Heal Ja7. Wagon.
Another advantage S lomon Yii
over the other young fellows of his
day was1 wealth. When he built that
churlot lie ''made the pillars ef til
ver, tho bottom was of gold, tho epv
e'Ing of purp'o ,tnd paved with I o
for the daughters of Jerusalem "
That would catqh mofjt any g.rl for
a Sunday evening rlile Kr ,m the
South ChlnBton Sentinel.
me a slice
pto thero Is
slow to ninko
cant have any
gravy, 1 still
up saying, O
IVIIx Wonts Soft Snap Too.
Perhaps the rcbolllon In Mexico
heeded by Kelts Dlar. Is pmnin-nl ty
i des'ro to make nn "iincon-tonnl
sirTendr" on terms nlmll.!' v 'hwe
given Villa. Krom tho l'l sbtirgh
he took 1
huvent'? had, a
Hndlcals rant a'bnut SO per enf of
ho country wcnltlr being in the
"OSFCss'on of 2 per cent of the popu
lation but S.600,000 persons pay In
"onto taxes. Krom tho Albany Jour
nal. yet, ned pun
hnd to go to
John Smart (In I.onilon fish hop.)
What fish do you cnll this"
Fishmonger "That's 'nUc sir'"!
John Smart "Ache, Is It' Tooth
ache or headi.rhe?"
Fishmonger. "Neither sir' It's 'aVe
nil over!" London Answcs.
Perhaps nothing rouM more for
cibly emphasize Oio extent of th
Iiepuhllcan victory than the doljitt
of Victor I.. Perger for congreajf
Kansns City Journal.
A Prltlsh nobleman Is to mafy
a blacksmith's daughter tied
elusive clrcleH havo olrei i beep
tho anvil chorus, Kan-.ia Cfey
Poslna Oalll, principal din.-cret
the Motropollttii Opera i'ompaev.
says she left Italy becnae 'litre
were "too many strikes" g""' on
Mary Garden, the si"P"
coming back to the min d s it"
soon to nppear tn a series of h r
five engagements. Sho Is now f V
Ing nt Monto Carlo.
Gen. Felix Diaz will be cxttrl
frnm Movleo. 11f lhc consldc !
t listen f a
Welt, its nil
a punishment? Pltts'aurgii ui
Piikt performances back every promise we make you about '''U
flno Instrument. Htch in tono hnndsOmo in case design "d
honestly and well built the KurtzmanR,ts so good a v.ituo '
wo recommend It aril btand behind ovcry ono wo sell w ih ur
personal guarantee. In Voth Uprights and Grands a fine assort
ment uwalts your selection af, our store.
A. J. Crint-, Jlaiuvgcr. Osigo 3133-31S1.