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TULSA DAILY WOULD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1921
f "r -i n! AM M ft r at. .X V .
fiinllalinil r.?rr Hornlns, Inlui1ln nnni1r
BY THE WOULD PUHLISHING CO
&2iE!2I llie fm '.to(f.-. ,a '(irrolnt ,liMli
MBllDK.n OK AUIHT IIIJHMAU OK i:lllCUI.ATIUII
MKm'uKKH OK TUB Al.-OflATKr Plllttd
The Aannclalrd Prra. la ntolHilvnlr nilllMl t tlm una
lit rrrubllnatlnn of all nnwa illii.au h rtMll.'.1 tn It of
net rlhrrl nrn1ltn,i In ttila Men. ami alao !
ntwt t-ubllahM hMnln.
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i7 Iliblical Quotation
Show me Thy way, O IrJ, teach me Thy
paths. I'n. xxv. I.
Wiirn we iminnl nee nur way,
Let mi trtnt nuil mill obey,
He who hiil" it forward no,
Cannot full I he way to allow.
Thoiiith tli' n be dorp ami wide.
Though ii pantange neem denied;
Fenrlesn let im "till proofed,
Klfii the Ioril Yoilclianfi.t In lend. ,
tin: coiwv uxcish iioahd.
It U highly gratifying that the county oxrliie
board linn nt In at reached in amicable agree-
aB' '""it with the rlty official. J'nr thin con-
raj,!, Htimtnntlon lifter much travail, th public of
Nfl 1,10 county, on we tinderntnnd It. hn to lhnnk
" iV'ounty Clerk Uiwhoii, for tnovliiK a rronnlil-
"if' itrallon of thn lircvlann ttieotlnn, nml County
'. - 1 treasurer Dlckny for tnklnf the lml In inuvlrin
ij- .' foV tho Incroiiwil levy.
Sf-'i' W'"ro w evlilo'hrrtl coiiimftn en anil illo-
. m' inMonato ronon for whlfh tlio iiJillf hIiiiuM
'JJ ho (iVily Kratrftil, Mtiali hrtmil-inlnilHiltii'wi In
wV " rrc"ri' ''i' ""If" iMKinl diirliiK
U)K n'' f the pniit week tilliiuhl fonvliitm pvcryonn of the
j ' Iniprnrtlcntilllty of having n IxmiiiI of rounty
m" offlrlnln nctltiK the KUnritlnn of llm olty i:nv-
hii rrtimctit. To ilt n hoily of men to ailinltilnttir
"'y' ' tho nffnlnt of thn rlty nnil then ooimtcnHnrH n
)' . law which etiiihleM 11 few county nfflclaln lo
( ; mnke the nilmlnlittnittnn of the olty official it
1 complete fdllurp, la not local rralf-Kovernineiit
J' Si nt nil. v
Thti rccoril how Hint tho rounty liutlgot wnn
nilopteil prnolloally on prenrnloil; Hint mtoh
chnnKen n tnniln wero nooureil by n eunKHtlon
tc tho Inlflrpfltctl (lppartm1''- hend that he ornhn
maktt unollior lionit effort to roducti thn flKtirm
offered. Yet when It onmo to the rlty budget
thero wan a wild, prejudiced, tinronsontnir nl.nh
lilK without roiinilltliiK nt nil with the ottlrlnl
or official hnvlnc In rlmrse thut purtlaulnr
liranch of Kovcniinent.
Tho nuentlon nitlurnlly nrlnrn, who In hunt
qualified to Jmlcu thn riiiililruini'ntn of thn po
lice depnrtmcnt, Mr. CiiiiunliiKloner Adklnou or
Sir. County Attorney Henvor7 'Adkleon In
rhsreed by th Inw ho nerve to iiihnliilnlor
(ho police tlepnrtment; Henver by thn luw hn
erven to. ailntlnlntor tho Inwn of tho county.
Yet Henver linn the tmnumnco to tell Adklnon
that lie, Henver, could tnko wunu one member
of tho polios department nnd u liulf-ilozen men
find enforce thn law bettor thnn Adklnon hnn.
It In difficult to dlacunfl patiently ouch nbnurd
CRotlnnt. One In tempted to link Mr. County
Attorhey Scnver to nhow hlo reputation nn n
county law enforcer. Tho World ban been lit
erally bombarded with complaint of law vloln
tlonn throuchotit the county plncen directly
nnd ntrletly under tho Jtirl'dlctlnn of tho county
ftttorney. It rarely recelven complaint of nn
Illicit or lllcRnl placn of buninetiH within tho
Jurlndlctlon of tho police depnrlment. Tho
mere faut that road hounon nre flourlnlilnn out
nldo tho olty In tho bent poiwlbln evidence that
thero In no comfort for nueh within tho city.
Thu county attorney nhould put bin own home
In order before 1 10 rrltlelien tho polloa depart
ment. 1'erhapn the city bmlKnt nhould have been
cut, but In common nenne M'd decency thn fact
nhould havn been nn:oriilne.l by reanon and
not by prejudice. The publle In iftther thor
ouehly alhe to tho fart that the county attor
ney from tho very first hnn evinced n, much
moro zentoun denlro to discredit tho rlty nd
mlnlntratlon nnd tho pollen department than
ho hen to onforeu Impartially tho lawn of tho
Petty Jenlounten and IntrlRtirn are nt tho bot
tom. of tho difficulty. T'ho oxcl.10 board nhould
have linked thu city officials to revise tli'lf ontl
mateH nnd hrlnp them down to tho lowent pon
nlblo point connJnlont with the nenernl need of
economy nnd tho oonmirvutlvo Interestn of tho
city. Then It nhould hnvn granted the budKet
an prmnntcd. Ileonunc tho rrapotyilblllty lenis
with tho city officials to both rnlnn and npend
Huih renponslblllty doen not rent with tho
county offlelaln further thnn to be IntolllKcnt
ly xjlded l the requentn nnd prrtMiitmento of
tho city officials. If there arc Interontcd private
cabala behind tliLi matter, then nuch cabalu
nhould have been nnkrd to ntep out Into the
open, make their prenentmont before tho board
nnd permit the board an n whole to IntelllKeutly
and In tho open deride the matter by recorded
vote. Kor any member of the cxeUp board to
permit hlmlf to he made u oalnpaw of the In
torcnl of 11 faction mean lxid Kovernmenl nn
woll nn the poorest kind of politic.
Gentlemen, In the Intnrent of falrnww nnd
pood Bovernment. let un bavo a mont dnoldtd
chnncn In the atllturtp of county offlelaln. ThU
potty blckerlnc U bcomlnK dlMtunthiB to tho
cllUe"hlP- not liitiko Iho mistake of be.
UovliiK HWt you can heroltn yournelf before
the people by playing a dog-ln-tho-manger rolo.
Itemembor thut thn olty offleUUi are much
moro upt to be rluht within their own none
thun you nre when you onaumo to Invade that
tone. No man can mako an acceptablu public
I 1 inl wh.j pirtuiN hinf - If t i bn I'.nlr -ll'd
I', tin lihti-Hl ly prirx.tiul piejudl'i
The Krialin! k' rntnentnl piojni m Tillm
eounly In thi- municipality of Tlllnrt. I.lkewlno It
In th moot Influcnllnl pollllril fnrtor In thn
county. It will be well enfttmh lo remember
nn: sot.nt t:it.s kokcitau
While Th World felt eonnlrnlnei! 10 iippone
the pnivrnm put forth fur nxtennlvr nnd contljr
hnpltlinatlon for e-nldlnrn nt the expert
of th Ktntx, now Unit the appropriation hnn
bfen made and tl,.. IiimpIImI Im to b pn-alcil, II
tomniendn fully thn netlon of the Tubw legion
punt and thn various civic ornrilatloin In
eektnn the neonptnnee of Charlen I'nte'n offer
of Innd for the loeullon of Hi Inntltiitlan nt
The lorailen 0f thin land l not ideal for the
piirpnw, Imt the offer In full ronntltuten u he
iliinnt Ihnt It will ln very dlfflettlt for the local.
Ine; hoard 10 dlnrcKnnl, enpeebilly when It tnken
Into eminldcrHllfin other very nulmtnntlitl nnd
for Inolanee, If Dm ntitttillea prepared by Mm
lnml InRlnn Brn to l relied on, vant mojarlty
of Oklahnmn'H contribution In men to the late
army enme from thn vicinity of Tulnn, while)
majority of potential honpltnl patlentn to be
nerved by thn Institution are to ho found within
a lomparntlve nmall radlun niirrnundlnK.
(1 In aln pointed out that Tubw eontrlbuled
like proportion of the war fund from (he
ntnle and Hint an actual majority of the tnxen
collected by the ntate of Oklahoma, are paid
by Tulnn lnterenln. Yet In the fne of thin con
dltlon Ttllna hnn never dlreiily or Indirectly re
ceived the nllKhteot ronnlderallou at thn hnndn
of the iitate government In the matter of Htute
Thun, It nppnnrn, nn tinnnnwernlde canw ban
been mndn for prrncntment to thn bonrd which
ban the prlvllego of lorntliiK thn new noldlem'
hnnpllnt. The World maken no pretenw of
knowlrtK how the membership of that hoard
ntandi, hut It In Ineoncelvnbtn that them can
bn truth In the charitc that two of tn innmbern
eommltted tbemnelvrn to Okl.ihomn City In
ndvnnen of thrlr appointment. Only the event
Ittwlf ran convlnrn The World that thin charce
In anything moro than ennrtal.
It Im unite probable that the effort wan made
lo commit the Kentlomen, hernuno. It neemn to
he thn way of the rulliiK ifllRiirchy In Okla
homa City, to claim for that community nn Itn
Inherent rlcht every appropriation nnd every
Main Inntlltittnn. It In no necret Hint thn re
mainder of the otnte l beromlnK.rcntloiw under
nueh a prnollce ulrrady continued far bcjMnd
rnoile.ity or equity.
Tho World feeln convinced that Tuliw'a
member of thn honpltal board, Mr. Horace
HiiKnti, tan be depended on to ntnnd loyally
for Tulni In thin matter If the brief placed In
hln hando In nn defendnbln nn It nppearn to be.
If nil tlilm;n elno nro equal, we predict that
that Kentleman will, when the time nrrlvrn, bn
found nctln nn 11 loyal non of Tulnn.
If, nn In reported, the, board's dlecrtlon If
limited to thonn townn pome.ilnis n nufflclent
number of phylrlnnn, nururonn nnd ntirnen to
'ndequitely lake care of nuch nn Institution,
then not morn than three or four cltlen In the
statu nre ellKltilei nnd to thin renpect Tulna
flndn hernelf with hut ono competitor.
We feel that Tulnn hnn every reanon to con
ttratulnto l(jelf on thn pernonnel of thn lion
pltnl bonrd and mny consider the content moro
than half won. Ilconnno from every stand
point tho community In entitled to the honpltal.
Tho Shawnee convention of tho Oklahoma
Federation of Iibor Attempted to roRulatc the
world but failed. Itenolutlonn were In most In
ntanren defeated. The attempt wan made to
reprimand Ilardlne, reprimand the Ku-Klux nnd
commit the federation to sundry thliiKn. It nn
n failure, nventttnlly, piwelbly, Iho federation
will become amenable to reanon nnd practical
common nenne. Hut flrnt of all It must alotigh
Km rlann conscloUNnrnn, Any man or orKr.nira
tlon Hint prenchen olnnn In America In an enemy
of American Institution. There are nn ex
Once again the Confederate brrthten and nln.
tern have highly renolved to imrKo llbrnrlen nnd
Hchooln of "unfair" hlHtnrlen. Vlnnl action will
be ullhheld until the fl. A. It. ban lieen heard
from. In the meantime our advice to the younKCr
Henernllon In to rend all hlnlorlen nnd then
draw your own conclusions. Nnthlnit In tvi
danieerous nn n "hand-mo-down" polltlont or
Tho esteemed Iiwton Newn roprlnln The
World'n editorial propositi? Horn for Iho 'demo
cratic gubernatorial nomination, Ipdoreo It but
nt 11 1 wonders whv It wan written. Somn of the
brctherrn nre no nunplrloun thnt they would re
fuse n brand new dollar bill bcuuw of fear that
It mlKht bo n counttrfelt.
Hut in tho ndvertlslni; kooi! or bad for Ar
(Copyright. 1921, by Kdcur A. Ouest.)
T1IK NII.KNT VOK'IC.
Tho voire In mute; the nlniter i forgot;
The curtnln falls, the actor's art han fled,
In memory survive these glorious dead
Where all they did to oomfort men cannot.
The soldier fnlln, but still above hln grnvo
The starry banner flies for men to nee,
A shining symbol of man's liberty.
That flag Is ours bec.iusn Hu. I.ul wan bravo.
Kach leaven hln oynibol when hln work In
Home marked by steel and nomo by fin-
Hy Homvthliii; real tho worth of man Is
To win the pml.u of tliene who follow on.
UUM.hr" the v,,l. ot "weetneiM fadm away
Men may remomb..r. for a Ititlo while
1 he huiihm which ,t their eplrlta all n-nmlle
Hut music paw,.. Wt t ,oiVo o f cUyl
.Hii '.ui.M w arr pru ti tin 1, Ibnt u y
fni' em a 10 ni num,n.it" n ii, tin il(?ht of t'i
I." id It ii -1,11 )i 8...,d rule f.,r the shoemaker
to atP K ti, hln last.
dene ml t'errthtrtK Wan sjlven 11 tremendoun
ovation on hfci return to I'ranoe. 1'rance plnn
the diplomatic tam In her own way, but he
play It at all time.
Now that It ban been demonstrated that n'
city official can be rrMed and fined like or-!
rtlnary mortabt, (at Hie prornanlon move forward'
IIT ort llltTON.
The Aiklian.it (Incite ri'tnlM In the news ills-,
patche that Irfia Anolen la full of bad actors.'
No maMcr how Fatty Arbuckle , ,,m,., out of
hln trouble, bin grin In nolng to be twlnted all out ,
Clot hen make lh
berti In Itllna mune people hnvn an Idea that
oler makes a mayor. 1
Wn atan not. !, ,1,..,.. .... .. ... .....
. n, ,,i willirPHPFI
Who know nomethllif about thn Arburkle eaii
who wern not liivlti'il to the party.
Wonder If the Creator of the Mnlverrm had
anytnlnar noaeli,! It, ,til.i ......
r" ' : " nn , it-, Mini, ci, linn
inountalti or natural noap In Ark.innnn''
The rxrltv board Memn to be trlnc to emu
mte the email boy with a new Jai'k knife. C'ut-
"inanina; vMiiiout riiyme or reanon.
THm linlfnrtn wnnnMu ...... . , .
JnlrM thin year don't look very much liko Hi"
farmerii tseie feoloK so dndblnmed dlsrnurnKi-iI.
The Adn .Sewn, commentlui; on advlre given
Hlrln by Minn Alice Hobertnon, navn plrln will
marry anyway when the right man eomen along
And some of 'em won't Mop to conmdr whether
It In the right man or nut.
Here are some of the nlgnn hung up at thn
rnpekii mate fair In the grnat and enlightened
"tale of Kanmin- "Hugenien." (in, ,v Miiksbalk
Here, 'Neadlework." "Concennlonn," "Toorka "
and "Fare Ileer."
J tint about the time w get ready to ext.erl
meiit with home brew along comen nnmebody
in Washington nnd rendern (mother deulslnti
which wiyn It "alnt lawful." Wlnh thene govern
inent ileclileiH would s,.t together and standard
U" their derisions.
NOT POPULAR IN AMERICA
Public opinion rrbelUd agolmt InvitlbU gooarnnfrit,
'rS notice! (cSB
K -rMm?M& PAY Y0URia BUY A I.50 ROBE
Z DONATION FEE. & FOR.6.ffo
Tin atn Inrtinn but' ilo n .t
:i'lt 1IJ1 Lr W'l.'luro Now,ij,.., ,
..Wc opinion tbU atalnit an Invhibl mpir:
Barometer of Public Opinion
A Visitor Sayn.
Hdltor World: I am n resident of tho north
went and much Interested In article,, n your
paper concerning the Ku-Klux Klnn.
..Tll"..mul,,n"1 ,,ml "'"te constltutlonn provide,
"We thn people, etc."
ienvhomlwi thourt,Vo,,!', ,,,,n ,t,u,n ,,f "'
.....P .. n"'.w,,.nul "Upport. Imagine 11 bunlnem! Thev neem to thlnl
in, iiiorni su
and mis methods,
lly NOIIA COLK SKINNKH
form In whlih It imlnlfinti itself
most la keeping them In ignorance
of all tiunlm as affairs
with nn moral support from Its Tcii n over ,t,l ""'i ",,,n,1 l" tnlnK wlv;,, "nV0
n,,.t mi. i....i" 1 rum llB CI"l'loyor, lilt enough worries and enough to do
The criminal element. en....r.n .... Iw,ln,.'ul. mnklnn thorn also uiider-
V-lS. V' ,,.,!r,, V0""". '" hl" on -am b eSd'aC'Z.er 1 brlnR8
ec'unve" UnJ"r covor liloukH "x" I That la the bllrl hiVhand's
How lone hefnra ...i, ... . .u i. attitude, while most of thn other
lion, thn tak. tho position that
oiil.port to the local !,c'rnmrw? ' ' '1 m" 1 Vn.Veh ,l"
neenm niiiru ous that such an ori-atilrniinn . i""""-,,m y
thn IC. 1C. K. should be an!,wed totako h" ' "J 2'! th" "Ub-
l.i, It t... t. -.. ,, ' tu nine iiio
.u., umnn, iiecauso ot our indifference
. FltANK V. HlOHl.OW..
Minneapolis, Minn., Sopt. lit.
Hdltor World: Well, that's the order.
..... ,.... ... , ,,u ,,ul ,i ; , r. - doeM , tenth Mini., n.,,1 1,1..
n o.iths .go It o ,iu., t,;1.,1 '" 0r WTU f"w ,H ""-'"ased In blarknesn when the
moro In propor!ion7 rove y call during thoBwar 1"! "'""""' "
than nnv .et ,,r ,.. a I .',f,..l"n nr . '' "' the borne dependn up-
who came to thio country to live nnd who I t lit " ""r ,,l'Hn B"t"t'- anj' w"cn, 1,10
their hum. i.,.r., nn.t ,!:. ,..." ! ".""I money making organ of bor bun-
good mnniiL't-metir iV.i.i V .nil,..,! .,.- .. -" . 1,nni' ' turned over to her who In
..... . . 4 i i!iiu in i-um. ,,.,nf .t,,,,,,. ,, l.i,.,,, i
Ilunbnuds nhve strange Ideas of want denth to Interrutit. Women
kindness toward their wives. The Welcome responsibilities nn well nn
men. and they generally rlnu to
them. It is not n burden for a wo
man to lirar about liusJnisi im
provements or business donation.
Kho should know it. To think It a
kindness never to mention the mut
ter In a mistake. At any minute she
may bo thrown on her own re
sources and not know which way to
It grown ntnle, the saying that
"times am changing," but thero wai
n day when It never occurred to n
parent that hln girl nhould know
how to swim. Hoyn of course must
know. The same seems almost truo
about business. Hoys must have all
the business sense, girls need none.
Now all girls of all ages nr,i
swimming, and If fathers would bo
kind to their daughters toach
them to nwlm In n business way too.
And If husbands would show how
kind nnd loving they aro to their
wives, tearh them. If not how to
swim, at least how to float.
Irft them not sink with tho find
wave when responslbllltleH wash
i Mrtnl llrqulrciiK-ntM.
Prom thn AVaahtnifton 8tar.
"Hon t you consider brldgo an In
"Too Intellectual," replied Mian
Cayenne. "After rending nil the
books of Instruction I haven't tho
courage to nttempt It."
Jert when they are around.
1 hn wife liven on In Ignorance,
nnd possibly In luxury nnd hap
piness, hut If alio hnn to keep living
on after the husband'n death
wheio Is tho kindness?
Surely life In dark enough when
iiiiiiiiivii mtifMtnnii nnr,. ,...,... . v. ., ,
: . ' u,u"r l-""0. That In a trncedv and irr.ln nn
n.o. h in himV . ' .' .,l,nrr':1." of crUllf , around un every day: It Is a tragedy
he . .vtnent " ,,,ort fr", Mrxic" without I that need not be. Husbands and f..th-
van selling for J50 per barrel. Ko the con
mimern of the country aro not getting the ad
vantage of tills cheap oU In any way. Well
" 11 . ge ling mo benefit 7 I'll tell you who.
AVOID VAOlTi: lJ.NI)i:ilST..VIM.VO
iiiilnmsli If you are In the oil buslnesn vni 1 ""u"'
know It Is a certain five or i ?'i ' ''"V. however.
age money wisely sho In not much
better off than one who In loft
Hut the majority of men do not
leave fortune. All of them do
vacancy bn that
capital, bended hv the stnn,i.i i..,i. ...... ... owner of a bunlnean, 11. F. D. car-
getting It. rlor. or clerk In a stre. Pome-
Thn ln,lnnn,i..n. n ....... - . where be has been filling u need
lose . im ? 01 l',rf",ur,r "P'rntea nt a uml making a living.
HiRint flel he ,h" Ml,-C0- In at least 50 per cent of the
t protectid merchant v. i'. V" l".'' I""1 n" ,l 10 Vince lf th" wlfe kntw huslne-H.
t leavlnJ ,, i Z ., Tl '"' (l"l'n wl,l- tho upn and downs, the debts, the
o" 1 iKn.ke.M ! h .'"', ?" '
Hie Indenenderit oil nnu . liHl IV'.i buslnesn enemies, she could carry
entmenu no irsn , " had done,
above order, is ,.ll , f '"V.1. '?0 There nre cases on record where
1a.- ...el.l -witiiwu III (IN HQ
M'l... a .....
ion iioos an me propaganda now In tho
pr.., referring to thn Mexican oil oontrovernv
nmoiint to? Simply thin, to make the JunWtt
of a certa n fle or six men, recently returned
from Mexico, seem of Importance to tho oil
Indus try here. What doen fuvor.ihlo .led
nlon In the Amparo suits mean to the Inde
pendent producer? it means that Mexican
crude will atlll bo Imported here to tho lo.sn of
everyone thut l depending upon the prndu -
!,mL' .f 1,1 "L1 c"""tr' This not only ap
plies to the producer of oil, but to.veri kind
of industiy In the oil country
Thin In not n matter that effects ono kind of
nn enterprise, bui wnole states, whole countlcn
whole towns and cltlen It Im not the result
of the genoral depression but Is the result of
a ruthlenn war on the Independent linul'icerM
and refiners hy tho Importation of Mexican
crude. Itn effect Is much like cutting off thu
water in an Irrigated country.
There Is ono nnd only one way tn avoid bank
ruptcy, that in to pl.ieo a tariff of at least t
a barrel of all oil brought into thin country,
lhe nenatt. finance committee is now connlil
ab"ut 'it?" ",c'u'urB- Wmt a ou going to do
.Soinctlmen in tlmen llko thin, the Integrity
of the men In rharge can bo depended oii to
cart- for the Interestn ot those not represented
the Independent pioducer now line, not thin r.oor
comfort; the pernonnel of the .Mexican Junket
Is too woll known to Im trusted for one minute
by the producer of thin field
of one of the principle members of that party!
,i rut., n, hum every noueei man afraid of
It did not take the president of .Mexico long
to tell theoo name Junketers where to head In
rel would be collected nnd he made them llko
ho told them that a tariff of 25 cents per bar
It. no Mexico In getting that iS cents. If the
Independent produce are as firm 14 at f ihrftLTlYtl
they will get what they ask. for their power l.i
mini ill". ,1 lliey my I10WI1 nOW ttlCV I
deserve Just what they will gel. Thin In not a
hopeleM cause, you hae a good fighting i
chance. Wake ui. before vour le.ia. I. (,.i,.
before I lie rats and hat are the only occuu.intA
nf v-rtiir l.i.ll.ll.... : if..iim
J men literally trained their wives tn
) go right nhrnd with nn enterprise
they had ntarled nnd would not
The Young Lady
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Writer Comments on n Dangerous
WriiLnrns of World Diplomacy.
W'liiuin Hard In Aita.
Tho tendency of iMplomacy Is to-
The entente between Oreat Hrlt
nln'n tntontlonn during moments
productive of Germany's decisions.
The agreement between Secretary
Limning and Viscount Ishll In 1917
snys that the L'nlted States admits Would fade'
that Japan has "special Interests'
ill limn,. iiiii nici mi llliui ceus .
The ngreement does not nay, ,
The Hrltlsh nre coming to Wash
ington from a country In which '
thero In n widely pronlent opinion
that somehow nt Washington dur
ing the coming conference thero will
be n weaving of diplomatic threads
Into a psychological fnbrle of "un
derstandlng" between tho Kngllsh
speaking nations. It in not thought
of as an understanding especially
about this or that or the other thing.
It in thought of as an understanding
The seven seas nro strewn with
the wrecka of flootn that have
fought lo adjust tho situation grow
Ing out of such vaguenesses. If
once we let tho non-Kngllsh speak
ing peoples in thin world como o
think that the Kngllsh speaking pea- I
pies hnvo n general unspecified un
derstanding which includes only th
peoples who speak tCngll.sh and !J
deliberately exclusive ot the poo-
plen who do not spenk Kngllsh. we
men nave tne worm spin ai ono
Into two camps, of which wo who
spenk Kngllsh will have, tho smaller
one and of which the other, larger
one will bo filled with n perfectly
Justified suspicion of tho vagueness I
of our Intentions.
We may have occasion now to b" (
deeply grateful to the specifying, de. 1
tailing, exacting quality ot Mr.
Hughes' mind. Wo want definitions
of certain things. Mr. Hughes ought j
to shine nt getting definitions.
Tho last world war was pre-1
ceded by the forming of two gr'oups
of nations. Mr. Harding nnd Mr.
Hughes have lnHed to this confer-1
enco nil of tho nations (except Hus
sla) that aro Importantly Involved I
In the nffatrn of tho nre.i which
threatens to produco the next world I
If now Mr. Hughes, with all his
old edge ot mind and with nil his ,
new happiness of manner, can suc
ceed In proventlng those nations
from falling Into groups nnd can 1
succeed In preventing them .from 1
railing Into loose understandings,
nnd enn succeed In bringing them
ut Washington to an agreement on
Just n few actually definite defini
tions of the rules of conduct whlrh I
they will faithfully follow In a fair, '
friendly development of tho re-1
sources of the far cast, ho will havej
done moro to prevent tho next world ,
war than any Kuropean statesman
l'rl'ny, Kcptr-mlicr 23, 1021.
Aocordlng to astrology, thin . ,n
uncertain day for while Nepn,.
In bcnoflc aspect, Uranus In i .
ly ndverne. u
With tho entry of tho sin ,
the sign of Libra today t'ra'm. .
In tho second houses and th- e
on thn cusp of the sixth whip j ,
Jupiter nnd Saturn nro In the . ,,
house In Virgo.
Saturn In conjunction with Ju r.
denoted much tin rent among'
peoplo nnd events of groan , ,
portunco for tho United Stuii
Wnnto of public money wl''
discovered despite nil efforts t . , i
thrift in governmont nffali
Mnrn Is In a plaro that thn ,. ,
railroad striken nnd oven r:.r.-
Vehus Is In a plaro that imi. ,,i.s
a milk autumn with recuriim i .s
Despite warnings to conserve. n.
ltal thero will bo a great ou:, in
amusements and theaters will :
There Is a sign read as pres i
the denth of a famous wom.i , .
fore the winter has passed
The sun Is read nn Indira' Imt
vorable conditions fur the ad i .
of religion and philosophy.
Again the oecrn remind tin .
pie that tho conjunction of .In , -and
Saturn presage, "great n -i i .
portnnt rhnnges ntfectlnc th n -M
generally." Thin may. be f.ivir,
to disarmament, but In not .:.
Tho fofects of the conjnr ".
which took place Septemb' r i .
not maturo at once, ns bun In- a n
phaslzed, but remain In for. ;
several years. An tho con Jim. M i
ronn In Constantinople, the dwiv'i
berment of tho Turkish cn.i'ir. n
confidently predicted by astr".. c r
Vlolont earthquakes are peri
ently prognostloted by nstrel i;
Fersons whoso blrthdate u ti
should not travel, or mako anv i.i.j
leal change In tho coming y i
Children born on thin day n. v
bo rcntlcss nnd discontented Tin -subjein
ot Libra nm ofien Im '"" I
to bo critical nnd sarcastic, but tlu
aro generally exceedingly brlchi
Th' news thnt th" government hnd
upent $6,000,000 fcr a balloon shed
paralyzed th' folks down our wny
alni'nt as much ns th' collapse o' th'
dirigible. What's becotno o' th' girt
iniu useo t do nrrnJrt ner henuty
I wan eating Jelly beenn on im
front steps and I wan Jest eating 'li
last one wen Hrdddy M"rfy w nt
pent, saying. Hay, wntn you e.it'ng '
Nuthlng, nnv, I and . Wi'i I
wnscnti nnd Heddv sed. Aw. y u i"'r
fish, for 2 pins II give you nut- n
crack you wouldent find your frunt
teeth for 3 months.
lining a pure Insult, and he k.-pp
on going past, nnd Puds SlmMnsrs
slssey ciir.xln I'ersey etnrtrd tn rnme
up the street, me thinking. He, k I
lint going to stnnd for env innil"
llko that. Im going to Insult IVrs. y
Wlch I started tn do nn nomi as bn
camn up. saying Hello Fersey, ynu...
looking more like a dry prune than
You must bethinking of yourself
alnt you? sed I'ersey.
Helng a beck of a kind of n nne'
wen n pcrsln nlnt lxpectlng it. nrd
Ised, Aw wntn you giving me. v"t
poor simp of n shrimp. Dont l'" k
at mo In that tone of voice. hi
Frentcb fried onion, Ised.
Who do you meen. yourself h. .1
Tersey Mc thinking, Oonh. smn
peeplo dont even know how tn take
a Insult rite. And I srd, Hav. uh i
you think youre tawklng to, vure
so dum you dont know wemher
youreromlng or going or falling ov r
Who dont? You? sed Fersev.
Aw shut up. Is thnt all you ran
think of to sny, you Ignorent munkiv
fnro Imitation of n choose sanwtn h
O. Is thnt wat you nro? sed Pern"
And ho quick wnwked nwav with
n Independent Ixpresnlon wile I w i
trying to think how to Insult hln
next ,nnd I kepp on setting th,
feeling wcrso lnsted of better.
Cur Tn a Hike.
AVu doubt the rumor that nin
women In Kngland have bocn lur-.l
of smoking because tho cnmn . u
peoplo havo taken It up That n r
cured the. men. Columbia tS. r i
I fAJ'c Is Essential j
vtfti iitttii ail it w yv ii Pit v irci i ii
'over did to prevent tho last ono.
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