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.TITLKA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, NOV. M, 1020.
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BY THE WORI.O I'UHU.MIING CO.
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Jm7 Itililicul Quotaton
...momav, novi;.miii:ii in
Tho sectrt nf Lord Is with them tlmt four
Mm, Mini tin will show IIihiii III" Covenant
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Tim Jiril shall itmk- him linovtf
Tim secret of Ills Intuit.
Tiir wnnilets (if his covenant nhtiw,
And all his lnvo Impart, i
Ilcuccronli I cull ytiii not bitviihIm; for tlto
tinrvriiit luuiwHtli nut what IiIh l.nnl iIohIIi. Imt
I liutu ''nlU'il ymi filcriiln; for tilt tlilnui tlutt I
littvii liMiwtl of my Knthur I ImVn iiiiuIm Ittiuwii
unto you. Julin 1 ft: ID.
llttt I tin MrM. l'ruvliltiilt caUKlit tlm IiIkkumI
Jimniiliiin DatiltiU Ih now ronily In tuliult, II
U lit'lluvcil, llml tlm imimiiiiiiu tuny not lin nn
wmili'i'fiil n It ti nl first tniitnt(it.
Tlm conipluto rvltirttn hIiiiw tlmt Cfitidldato
Wutklnn, riiniiltu: on tlu luohlliltlon tlcki't, ni
colviM 00,01)0 vnti'H ntlt of 3U, 000,000.
From tlm way tint iiri'Htilnitt of tlio American
liviKitn Ih tulUliiK 'mil nctttnf, wo arn almont
forcoJ to tlm conoltDilun tlmt nil the Johnion
bo) tiro lilttur-iitnlnrM.
I'rPHlitant AVIIhou In itolnir tu kpikI Hocrutniy
Colliy to Hinith Ahtcrlcn. Jf hn could nmkn It
li' oiio-wuy o('iirnl(iti tlm tJnltotl Htnlrn would
licNfit- ti under tlio affliction, ,
"(lod ralitvil rrcslilent Wilson tt for u ("in"
clul iiurpouc" wrllcH a corro)onilptit if tlio
Ntn' York W'tirlil. And wo htivo till heen botiBt
llli: tli.'U thin Ih (lod'n put imtloul
Itiilatcd lUnpatolicH explain tlmt tlio itrunt
lillruird In tlio norlhwcNt kojit tlioiiHatulH of
votiim from tlnj pollM, O, well, unoueh of thorn
got thi-ro to tnnkiN It fairly iKihunn,
Tlm way bread pcrHUt lit Muylnt; up whllo
wheat and flour uio on tlio tiiliiiKPiti Ik alntont
Vih nittolt of it inj'Htcry ih tlm conllnuud oft'r
nco to Herbert Hoover iwt a "pronilnont republican."
Tliu New York Time announce that It will
accept and support tlio new administration
ovun thotiitli It Iiuh no coufldeiico in Its uhlllty
to do what it promised. There In that dancer
It now uppcurH that Mr. Hoot matin a serious
mlatako In not pulllni; out the tremolo t'top
on his leaKUu planolo Instraid Q KtrpplnH on
tlto loud pedal when (J) addressed Unndldato
Hard I ni.- from Knrope.
When Hi iiator Ilnrdlni; spoke about this gov
ernment protootlnif American subjects wltere
ovur they wuro under tho sun ho was within
plain ulKht of the .Mexican border and looking
out over the desert wattes of that Unhappy
lunrt. It was oi'i nivldetit at all, you may well
tlmro will Im n fontlnnoiis story front Ills pen
on the iI'iIiikm at tlm Htatn rnpltal rifffi UnK
Ills peopl" of tin stale, Inrlu'lltiK tho Irlslila
report of thn suitn IsMlnlKttiri! when It insets
sunn after tlm first of tlm yimr.
Nt, OVIahoms, newnpsper lias evsr bfsn eo
comiiletely equlpt In thn way of n n'linprwIimislVD
news service) hi Is Th World it thin time.
Ths ambition Of Its mansKaiririit to mWn It
s dnlly Journal entry of all tlio new affect
Iiir Oklslioitm and tits southwest Is by way of
Al'I'Hlt I'lttH'ITKHUIN: WILVI".'
Ths OlothlriK Msnnfncturnrii sssorlfttlon of
Nnw York hss nnnnitriceil that Its sliops will
not lis lenpeneil iin'U mrtploys, who urn mewt
bets of ths AtnalMHmnted ClothlriK Worhsrn'
union, sires to nnw working Mid wngt con
dltlnmi "necessAry to ths llfn nt ths Industry."
In ths parlanen of thoso Involvsd, wliadila yn
mean, "ths Ufa of tils Industry'?
If tlmt Industry In ill Its Illness must ) illair
hihwiI mh npoplsxy or Kout istlier tlMn snamla
or mslnutrltlon. It did not hesitate to take
vnntaKo of thn mlsfnrtuna of ths world nnd
double ami trlplo Ita prices before It mlel
WHKes. It luails enoiinoim profits hihI defended
ltnlf In imrt by aayin that It was neceiiiHry
to take ndvuntaife of tlis fat years to Iny up a
storw for ths lean. Now lh lean day aro at
luiliil. Vet we S"n no Incllriallnii to lis! ths
pniflts of the fat days to (Ida over irrcsent
InnteAd production 1:1 '.'lit Off and thouirinds
of wotkets are mnda Idln. No dnubt tlie In
dividual iiinriiifncturHr enn tnk up his pencil
and flitute out that by stopping- production rnr
a time ho will save most of Ills expenso and al
low dnmiinil to catch up with supply, after
which he can tetiew opeiatlon at recent arti
ficial prices. Il Is pluylnK with economic laws
mmo powerful ami more dauReroiiH than hlm
t'lf. If hll manufacturers were to adopt that
IHilloy Ihev would find when they camo to re
new opetxtlons that no one had the money with
whlnh to buy. It Is u policy ruinous to Ron
If these manufacturers would nceopt a lott
as they suited ttpnt a profit, and continue In
operation, they would be nbln to force lower
prluo lovols throUKh wholemilets and rotnlloni
to oonautners, nnd eventually brtnit about read
justment on a sound basis. Improved demand
would tako care, of the increased supply.
ICveutually their employes would uiuept new
nrrancements and all would bo comparatively
wull, Their nffortii to play tlm buying boycott
against the uiiIouh nnd no to brenk both Is In
linn with their rankest prorltocrlnj; of war days
and post-war days. They prove thumselvcH not
only entirely selflah but n. menace to a neces
mry Kunoral reiuljusttnent. It Is to bo hoped
that tho New York b.Uika which have Influ
ence In our readjustment problems will look to
thn bottom of tlm builness methods Involved.
DMVIIUSITY OK Tl.4..
Tho World cotiurntulaten all concerned on
the decision to muko Kendall college thn Uni
versity of Tulsa. Now tho "blue sky" la tho
Tho University of Tulau should fore ahead
very rapidly, for the removal of denomluntlon
nllsm bus so broadened tho scope of tho Insti
tution that every man and woman In TuUa
should find it n pleasure to contribute to the
success of the Institution. It Is now a TuWt
Institution, nnd the famous Tuls.i spirit should
Kot behind It In full force amUnako It fully
eipial to the namo It bears.
AVo believe that Kendal' at last, Is com
tin: into its own.
nn: wnm.D's nuws sukvici:.
At tho risk of being considered Immodest we
feel that wo must call tho attention of our read
ers to our preparation for a news tvrvloo of
par iNcollence. In addition to Uie leased wire
reports of two of the greatest Itews gut tier Inn
associations of ths ae, ths Assocln'ed Tress
nnd the International News Mvrvtce. and a corps
of special cot respondents thruuvtlout Ills state,
TIo World will have during the oomltiK lsi
latlvo season a special correspondent at Wash
ington and at Oklahoma City.
Mr. Uugoiie 1orton, publisher of Tlw World,
will spend the winter at tho national capital
and will contribute frequently to th cotumng
of tlto paper on public nijttctx of unusual Im
port to Oklahoma. This seivtee will bo In ad
dition to Mr. H. N. Tlinmims, who has been
tho staff representative of the paper tit Wash
ltifftOK for several months past.
This BU.yuntreH readers o? The World not
only tlo Jntest noww of nutlonal Imunrlance, but
special urtlules of unusual Imnortue. v to ok' i
honm nil the B,','lU 80Ull, 'il ''' 1 '
Hindu, the veteran Jour'ailr e' oh m , , ,
,.oprtMU. The VAlu ut OKuhunu uud
TUH CONTHOVIlllSY Ir.(JlNS.
Tho outburst of Marshall Kiwh aKiilniit tho
terms of the penco treaty and his dlselalmor of
any responsibility for the eniriiKemenis contain
ed In that document Is no doubt the boRlnuliiK
of tho long-expected coutrovetsy ns to who It
was that killed Uock Kohln. Tor tho Kroncli
mnn comes m near cnstlni; aspersions on some
and contradicting others prominently connected
Kvlth the Versallli's conference that all must hold
a brief In self defense In order to clear their
Tho marshal! clashes directly with tlio Tlmr
tif I'Vance, and It Is considered certain tlmt wllv
rid fljfhler will contilbuto fur publb eotwid-ei-.itlon
an artlulo or sotles of articles on his
connection with tho confortmca and Its de
cisions. I.loyd Oeorite l said to bo eliiriiKOd III
such a contribution now. while Tresldent Wil
son la ulmi reported tu bo prep.irlii): lit alibi.
This Is what tho world has waited for. Pe
splto "open covenants openly nttlved nl" no
International conference lu all hlitory was ever
so cotnplotcly cloukod In secrecy n tho Ver
aatlleii conference. The public Is entitled to
know Just what was said and done behind thn
closet! doore where the aspirations anil natluiml
1 1 I ' I V
itisttn tin liked for the tiling thai 1 nnt.
Sot for the frill and tho pomp ami the
lust to be liked for the thine that U me.
Vet for the glorv lhat some day may be:
Teach me to walk with niv fellow men here,
Itelng foj'mlf every day of tlio year.
N'sver mind fortune and usver mind ck1l.
Though they should coino I would be mycelf
Though they should tntss me I still want to
Friend to the friendly, and JilKt to the foe,
Teah me to live without pretense nnd sham,
doing ihroiiKh life Just tho man thnt t,om.
Wan tto be human. 1 rpcknn tint's all,
".tad when the old friends shall drop In to
Vothlng that's helpful too little to do
1'i'ieni aid kti.l'.v ant -ei,roiis i ...
r. ,i. I me to 't'l ihrourh 'li. Itle .. 'h , nl
I- nr ir.. I i . jit" ,H I tin.. , ... , f
Tilth's of the world were In lug bartered, and i
then, will be the k crust possible Interest In
what ths various actors havs to say about It,
,ow that ths esprit d corpt ban been shut-
IsTSd and each Is scurrying to presorvn hli own
I'nch has said enough to whet the appetite for
mora, lie makes It clear that lie "t no tltnn
supported thn conference of hypocrisy or re
wiiefilntl tho statesmanship engaged. Once the
printing presses have been started they will ,
not til op until al tho sordid details have been
spread before tlm publln. Htren tensing, Hotisr,
Whits, ami 1 II last may ynl tie beard.
Inevitably tho old insulin, "Murder will out,"
mimes to tnlnd to rcni'iurn us that thero Is it '
'lod In Israel after all.
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IT OH" I'Ttmi.
Anvhow. sivs lllll Murray. ( havo a man
As a penernl thing, observed ilia Dallna News,
a man may be regarded as .ipprorhlui: haldneas
win ti li. inn oorm his ba.r with a key.
Another iivldsfiee that we are Kotthg hack tol
normalcy Is the lack of applause given a. tall.
slim guy who pola on one of those Jumping Jai k
I't'.bably theto would not bo so much obJi
tlon to a raise In gas rates If wo could get the 1
Ij.is, but what's the uso to pay moro for tlio
tuff which makes tho meters wild?
In theiM days of efficiency, itayH I'libllclly
Hftlley In hUl "After Three o'clock," some peopl 'J
think they should pray at night In order lhat
their ineeiajes may tuk, ndvnntago of tho night,
I'olitillmti d to tho "I'of Hale" rolyum "I have I
il rooslei now for sale; has a broken leg and a'
dlnoplng tall. The raoe he run was u invasluy,
shame, imt a darn good rooster for tho shape
lie s lu."
tine of the rocks upon which these self ap
pointed ri'-oiL'iinli'is will wreck the boat hi
that when cm li has eliminated all the niuleslf .
..l.l.. .!... ill t . ..I. l. .1... .1.......
iti'i'-p iii-ii. win inn iiv I'liuuhH leu ut lou iiciiio'
crutlc party lu Oklahoma to man the election I
Looking back over'lt now In a calm and col
lected mood, we can see that what most of us
mistook for apathy was nothing more than a
self-saiisried expiesslon on faces of volurM who
had already made up their minds how they wcro
going to do It. '.
Wo do not know Miss Mlnnette Hedges, but
we have heard (rood reports of her. She has tho
reputation of being a fair-minded, iiiare-deal-trig
lady, and If slm measures up to her repn
tat Ion, we do not sen how she can accept tho
certificate of election to tho office of county
superintendent on a very flimsy technicality.
Hhn must know that It uas the Intention of a
majority In Tulsa county voters to vote against
her. Tho office she holds putu her at tho head
of tho school system ami of the school teachers
who nio expected to teach the young boys and
girls that siiunro-dcnllug Is one of the founda
tion stones of good rltlxcnshlp. To lni!st on ail
mlnlsterliig tho office after the large vote reg
Htyred against her, to tako advantage of trick
ery or carelessness on the part of election
boards, must necessarily weaken her Influence
over thoini under her.
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Atom era "A Wire."
IMItor World- In anmver to "A Wife." In re
gard to smoking, wish to say first of nil lhat I
hope sho In not an narrow minded as she sounds.
.My husband smokes all he pleases, too, but not
always (wheie) he wishes to, for he III thought
ful and consldArate for the comfort of those
around him. lie has flue friends who do not
smoke, nod he respects them very much for It.
The Idea of culling a gvntlcman a "crnnk" or
"mamma tun" because he docs not smoke, Is
cheap muff. Mv husband has a "good time" nt
homo whether he Is smoking or not Htnoktng,
for you see ho Is Indeed a ItHAI. man.
Tulsa, Nov. la, X.
The Promoter's Wife
By JANE PHELPS
Thanks the World.
Kdltor World: Sometime ago I mailed you
a hitter enclosing an Item announcing tho be
ginning of a revival at Hprlngd.ile, nnd you re
vised thin Itutn In such a way that I want to ex
tend you my thanks, for It wsis splendid to
have It published In such n nice manner, and I
want to sny further that this Item was not pub
lished in vain, for out of this revival which has
Just closed hut been born a new church, the
organization or which was Just completed last
evening, November 11. This church will be
known as "the Nprlngdale ltaptlst church."
There was a building committee appointed to
plan ror the building and csutiltshlng of a nefl
church. This church will be Incorporated under
the state laws of Oklahoma in the very near
Wo are going to build n new church nnd we
aro expecting the In lp and co-operation of our
slater churches all over the city. The people
of Hprlngdale are deeply moved In regard to this
matter and we will not stop short of VIL'TOUY.
Itev. O. K. ("anaily, missionary, will preach
to us on tho first and third Sundays of each
month in the afternoon at 3:00 p. m. for some
In view of th" fact that you extended us such
. nn ni.i.r in siviiig us a place in your paper
In announcing our revival, and that vou gave
jour personal attention to this matter. I am
therefore giving you thin Information tn letter
form and trust you will glva It the attention nnd
place In your paper that It deserves, for which
1 slnceidy thank you In behalf of the Spring
dale community. Yours very truly
Ttibvi. Nov. lS o. U DAVIS.
Yesterday n report, semi-official In Its nature
reached thin city that ths agricultural enter!
prises on the farm of Francis, o Villa, at Can.
utllo liurangii. are vigorously advancing, and
hat thW plantation Is expected t become in
he near future, on., of the most Important In
the sjate of Durnngo.
This report further states that Villa has Just
onle vi1 bh IT"1 J""""1"" ' fm. WZ no
r . i .' .b' ,,,l,n from tU f,"l,,r! authorities
Tor the development of the binds on which he
i i nsisting of ten auto trucks and other maihln-
"1rk 1U,J r0Htl improvement
In add! on to a large rorce of men employed
In reuniting houses, barns and fences an
IngT.nTfT'1 ,,'-ul,'" "wring and plmv!
ng land for seeding the coming er, Villa Is
in personal charge of t1P Worfc of hulhllni u
sT . .V'" nn hutldlngs and the railroad, for
the better transportation of orop, and stipplle.
Th a roa, Is the beginning f a sstcm f
roads being promoted by the ex-guerl lb t
cover his siM tion of Durango "". o
It is further mated that Vtlias efforts for the
noiallM. on of his d.st.lct arr being dlrec ed
to the cstablUhment of public schools ami il.
tradition of the lb.uor traffic, ,n, , Uc L s
l ua to null. work of real bene t for 'ail
" 111. nmnSrt? Ufh r"Kl" "Is Cat !
uuiio property. As a start In this i,ifn ,
?;,",;..,Lu"V:"1,',", ,-; u? '" ."
,U , ' ,. ' :U,? f""" Posses-
... no,,, n-y,,,, AlU0nl'l( l.runa
)nco Slon- Itab N Dl-turlKil IKswiM'
or llbinclio Ortoti.
Tho next three months p.-uied
iiulctly nnd iUlck!y for mo. I was
so happy with my luiby boy, so busy
getting strong and well so that I
might really i.ire for htm properly,
that nothing elso seemed to affect
Then one day I suddenly woke up
to tho fact that Nell was out a great
deal; thut In tin last month he had
not only taken up the old habit of
staying at his club, but that he was
remaining away later, and moro of
ten than ho ever had befotc
lie had been so devoted In tho
months hforo baby came, so tender
and thoughtful of mo In tho few
weeks afturward, that I had been
lulled Into forgetfulncss of things
that had gnno' before.
It a at a dinner given by
Itlaneho Orton, that my eyes wcro
opened. Just a small dinner to ft
few. Hits was still In soft grays nnd
lovonderu. although her husband had
been dead a year. They were be
coming, Iwirrnlpo Morton said, and
that was the reason she woro them
I got a very ex-penslvo and beauti
ful gown I had the samo feeling I
always hail had about looking my
best before, Hlanche Orton, even
though I had given her very little
thought the past tew montlii (ono
reason probably being thnt lxirralno
Morton, who usually brought me all
the gossip, had been out of town nn
a visit l. I rested all day long n
tribute I never thought of paying n
dinner ncfore baby came. And I was
sat'sfleil that 1 never had looked
better. Nell's eves showed ho was
pieced and he said several flatter
ing things, making mn feel still more
assured thnt I should not be entire
ly overshadowed by our hostess.
Thero woro only eight at the table.
As It l.sul used to be, Nell was next
to Mrs. orton. It seemed to me that
.the had t.iki n on hew fasclnntlotts,
new attractions. Surely no grief be
cause of her widowhood, was ovl
dent on her race; it woro a moro
vivacious look than before tho trnge
dy. In fact, t had seen her but once
or twice since Hint. Sho too had
been away, and I Jiad remained so
rlosnly at home It was not to bo
wondered nt that I felt almost a
Aside from Iirralue, tho guests
The Young Lady
Across ih". Way
wcro strangers to me. Hut they
were gay. attractive people, and I
knew I talked better than usual
until I saw Lorraine gazing t Nell
with such a peculiar look In her
eyes that my attention was at
tracted. I saw at onco ho was drinking too
much. Then. too. hi wns leaning
toward Hlanche, and they seemed to
be arguing about nimcthlng sorncv
thing disagreeable, It seemed to me.
I felt a touch of uneasiness. Huch
argument, tho expression on their
faces, showed a degroo of Intimacy
not compatible with the courtesy due
a hostess; neither did It give ono
the Imptcsslon of a flirtation.
1 drooped a little. What could
they be talking about In that earn
ost, confidential way? I had really
enjoyed my evening up to thn time
I caught Iorralnu looking at Nell. It
had beiin so long slnco I had been
to nn affair,
I mndo up my mind to question
Nell tho moment we were alone.
Why I should have thought ho would
4 more willing to confldo in mo
becauso of baby's coming. I can't
explain; but, someway, I did.
Nell and I had rarely talked of
anything navi the baby slnco ho
came, r had not realized It until
then. It camo to mo suddenly that
ho was talking to her. Hlanche Or
ton, ahout his business. And that
ho looked (lueerty worn out and
nervous compared to what ho had
rfhen we left home.
I wntild urge him to go away for a
vacation. Not rUnne; baby and I
would go along. We would find some
quiet place where ho could rest.
Itefore wo rose rrom the table ho
."crncd to havo recovored his spirits.
Hut. someway, what I had seen had
made mo remember very polgnnntly
tho tilings which had so worried
me months before.
(Tomorrow Harbarn Hog Noll to
Tell of Ills ltrlotlous With Hlanche.)
About Town and
In Hotel Lobbies
I? Ti 1
"After n career of 17 years as a
newspaper .man, I have finally
drifted Into poetry," said Douglas
Molloch of Chicago, to a W orld ro
porter yesterday. Mr. Molloch hns
been associated with Various Chi
cago papers. He has earned tho
title "1'oct of tho Woods" on ac
count of his many beautiful poems
about nature. Doing a former news
p.ii man. ho Is very nuulust, and
had llttlo to say when Interviewed.
The young ladv ucrosa the way
savs she wouldnt for one moment
den i r .m the credit due M n
War i, she doesn't supp .so bo
"Oittd g ucarlj so fast if it wcro
(not fur the i n-. uniutic tired sulky.
MANY ARE SUPERSTITIOUS
Culture ami laliicatlon Have Not I to
moved WiaUncss of Age.-..
When a lady, however, cultured
nd Intelligent, accidentally shatters
her mirror, sho is apt to turn p.ilo.
ho may even faint, though she may
tot actually believe lu tho subso-
uont "seven years of bad luck," or
1o los of ono she holds most dear.
Is tilth perhaps because all people
tavo regarded mirrors as symbolic?
hat from tho earliest tittle, it has
r. the Instrument with which the
eer communicated with fate? (Who
s tint gone secretly to consult the
vstal gazer who In her back hall
edrooin used a wet mirror lnolead
if a crystal ball? Thero are
Christian ilimllles today who will
actually drape the mirrors in tlio sick
in because their ancestors believ
ed the spirits of dea'h Battled en
trance through them.
It Is rather, nnturai then that
breaking tho means of rommunlra
Ion with the hi nnd whould be re
firdi'.l as iO calamity. Hence the
seven e.irs of bad luck." Napoleon
ns st Intensely superstlttous on this
point that once he happened to break
e glass thnt covered tho ploturo of
Josephine. Fearful that this might
. toll the same calamity as breaking
mirror, he sent a courier to make
1 sum tint '.he was safe, and Blept
ii'hei li or night until the cour
i s ritgm A famous Knglis.t writer
i 'imI lu'' cm month after he cpenly
loiis'i' 1 bi' hi would defy the mir
I ji supcrstt'loiv
I'loecomcn aro out weather It rains
They certeny deserve our pity.
They have to chaso berglers If you
ask them to,
Uccauso they're employed by tho
We see them wawklng nlong their
I.onkltlg freo from nil affliction,
Hut they may havu a vvlfo and
1'rovlng truth la stranger than
I'lcecemcn wear a uniform
So youll know wat they aro At a
Consisting forst of a helmet
And -nil, coat and pants.
Tho coat has buttlnn nil tho way
Made out of solid brass,
And no matter who you. think you
They wont tako cny of your Bass.
Yes their buttlns nro made of solid
Hut they look like pure gold In tho
And Its wIho to stay about a block
If you rod like Insulting one.
They stop baseball playing In day
llto And robbers nnd tilings In tho
And "All pleecemen hnvo big feet"
Is a old but true remark.
UNTOUCHED BY WAR'S ILLS
Iceland ICntcrlng Upon KitctislTO
COPKNHACttN. (Hy Mall). Ice
land proposes to uttllzo her numer
ous waterfalls In carrying out nn ex
Knslvo program of watcrpower dis
tribution, nnd Magnus Gudmandson,
10 Icelandic finance minister, hat
rrived her" ip, obtain the royal con
t to a bill for that llurposo.
The counry. houover, needs enp
tl to carry out this project, ho told
reprcscntntlvo of tho Copenhagen
Speaking of tho financial position
his country, tho minister said that
tho limitation of imports had pro
ed a bennfle'al effect. Not only
tho Importation of luxuries for
Idden, bu i.opurtH of necessaries
0 Iceland are also restricted as far
as possible, wlthou Injuring trndo.
1 fishing year has been good, last
nr's stocks' havo been sold, llko
s the now catch. Wool, on tho
her hand, In still on hand, owing
falling toxtllo prices and decreaa
"Wo havo no large debt, no crip
Ifs, no war widows to support while
o nerves of our people havo not
en destroyed and our children not
enkened by hunger, so wo may face
future hopefully," said Mr. tliid-nndsson.
Abe Martin J
SAYS MEXICO IS
Not a Relic of Mediaeval
jam its 13 popularly
TAMPICO JODERN CITf
Even Nnlives ?eco r,tt y
oueu with Amcrir.. , En.
terpnsc and Prurc.
In splto of tho snf.
Istcd In Mexico for t
years tho country ) is 1
crablo progress, accord
I. Dawson. Amcrlr
Tnmplco, Mexico. ! r
ducted In a business 1 r. r
says, and tho ( .nn v
rapid st tides towuid t
tho fullest extent the a
.Most people mink f f v. xj 0 d J
tommy wnicil, in orpf kiuo J-J
least, and possibly in r -mj ,1
well, belong!) tn the n.a 1 . , 1
nui iurinur oai'K in n ' rto
Mr. Dawson. "I believ t , J
plo in the statcB who t,...8 r, J
oeoil 10 ..ll'All'M IIHIK up. r t M VI
inixtttro or Aztec civil :. 1 ,n, e
crusted with Hpanls'i r aril
ideas, no tor as Tampi Is c i.
corned, this Idea Is nltnoRt r tnusirr I
Tamplco Is a thriving 1 . mfrc'ail
center moro American tl m McxiJ
con, for tho business life 1 large 1
In r Vi e ii r f A iislniiMii I
tn v 1 1 1 1 1 It'-' v hih i.hii.t. m
"Mexico, nn every ono kr w. !u
ireanuru nouso 01 resources (ra'l
1.fi.,llt. I.nn I, Ann fnhnr. U 1.1
.1,.,.. u wl.,. ...,,,. ,,, . ' i 11 itM
explored, and It possesses rn irmmil
ti.i.i.i .1. , - . B
posMiiuiuics ior me inicri aa nie..
r.liri.,1 nt.il tnnt.tlfnnllir.ir flf ..mm. I
tho 'oil Industry has tho 1c ! In
lamiuco seciion. unu inai nas IZ-i
ucrgono ireineuuous ui-xipnea
during tho past nvo yrttrr. arJ !
lnrirelv In tho hands of elclit er tcl
major companies of th' Unite ll
States, with ono major cowpsny :
Hnglish and Dutch control Ths b-l
vi.,1.- tn nil who cnen nlinilt btt mit.l
poso In a business-like fashion d
deals through tho Ixinks U nssurtl
of a. legltlmatn profit. Of nun.
thero aro wllldcat schemca orounl
tho country, but thoy nro s Mom !
Mexican origin and havo a trap cn'
for tho gullible. Thoso who look to
tholr bankers for Informatlun m
.r.it aiirn nr n s.ito vnniiirn. I
"A man who goes to Tampt 'o wwj
for tho first visit,, or even after ml
nbsenco of two or three yeanl
..-n.ihi bo astonished with the!
change that has taken place It
.n.i ni thn atnnlt. rnmlillnc totrr
of lflin or ovon 1015, thero Isil
cosmopolitan city with anphi.t
streotsi. ono of tho best Ugh'InK !!
. t nnu Inii'tl of Its flllf (UlV'
whero tn tho world, with electric I
mrtiYnrn litl 11(1 1 n P-t Allil
apartment houses. Old Tamplco vvail
n City Ol onu-siury imiiuMih., '" . 1
of which remain, and about wnlcti
. -i. v...rr. nnw ntrucltires an I
lower iiiu a.uhw " .
Interesting example of tho moaertii
overtopping thn last ccniurj.
,.l. i I .. la nr.nlr.kllf'0 lftrKf
lv by Americans with American 1
estlng to nolo how far AmIcaMI
domlnato oven mo socmi t:uii...j
Indeed, when Hlnsco Ibnnez was In I
.1.. -Vinri time ago I tnoitl
ion u.iuuv.j " - - . ,0jl
him nbout to sec somo of the niini
nnd ho told mo mat. ms uvi i
trytnen -wcro moro progrcssiye alj
v . i ifnuiitiv Mmn in any!
part of tho Amor cas. and thn h.l
felt tnoy woro iiuiHiiii.io- n
ly imbued with American bualneMj
Ideals and mctnoas.
Ocminn JttrUt ComphUtia of ''CJ&
i:gobin" Tlmt Tnkivi No Dini
nt 1'iiMlf High". ,
t.. -itniii . .A itrun9-
iir.iu.i.., ii .........
wick jurist. .Judge 'Kucnn who j
10 years wan jihhm. -
labor ns icgai mi" ,,iiM
Qorman labor has been d ra!S
v post revolution conditions. m J
. . . . . . Hi.ninlnff n ts C 1 1 r
nat it is now u..n.iM..h
.golsin" to set up an oligarchy tin,
.vhlch existence for tho ttom borin
latwes would bo lntoleraln "
lcscrlprton "froo workman he
. i l mrvin that U
lares, nun i-uu.w w - H,
ho has tio respect for law or oi
it who In fact, dciiovos ie -
ttnU himself, owing ' fln
neither to tno eiaio nor hi
.ganlzatlon. ...,,.,, .vi
I.atior icauors '
barged by Judge Kulcmae m
irtlclo In the Jurists' fa- w'
UlUrO lO II I lll-l.lei - ,hj
Mptng faith, and ho Jurtst
hat agreements ueivvcco
bor no longer havo any r
uence on umoi. , ,,,nl
ndency to mako sudden d. n. u
hlch employers aiii;''
crantlng Is ccplorabie. a"'
to tho great detriment oi
As soon as tho work
tiufled about anything
. .i.rni.t nt n ironer.il
Titer continues. "Consll--9 '
.. w.l.u ilin 1 '
qiicsiiuil .1 i.t- v... 4
ould bo arbitrated or w'f
-nploy&r la to blame is t -tncd."
Ho bcllovcs the workm.'
tsused now-found nu'h
jiOHslbllltles thnt on th. "
worso off than ho was
volution. Ho suggests :t.
atlon may eventually de.
ileal conditions under n
ould not bo tolerable.
Of all th' homo remedies a good
wife Is th' best. Who kin recall when
wo used t' sptink of an olo sweet
heart an an olo fUmeT
PUTS ONE OVER ON BANKER:
In these times of tight m "
murt bo pretty sewd to put
on a banker. At least one
live dealer in Iowa -has r
way. , ,
When his homo town oa"
fused to co-operate, ho
banker with whom ho ha i
marlly iono business. How '
,'fcj'htanro v.f not fortli on..
Tho dealer wa vvcll kn- wo
town and knew the town
well. Ho made a list of dep
in this particular bank ail
ilir.tii nnfi bv Ot.e
his proposition.. Tlio V-nk pa
p.r cent, but ho offered n
tamo good farmers' note on 'r
nnd cars, and guaranteed v"
The depositors were men "
liens acumen, who had confide
tho denier, and soon the ba"K
the effects. lie irw" "'' " .f
nnnelal wlrard to come to
to compromise. Now the desJ
notes are handled as uual.
war la over. Motor UXo.