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,THE iVRGUS, SATURDAY. OCTOBKIi ?. iooo.
V T1TK ARGUS.
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Saturday, October 2, 1909.
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i ne mg lair is on - f ihhisih iu.
is the pride of Iliinois.'and everybody
who can do so should attend the com
Hero is a new and profitable field
for the trust companies. They can
guarantee, for a suilicient fee, all north
poll- discoveries to be genuine.
: The commission form of municipal
- government and the primary election
law are going hand in hand as the
prime favorites of the people of Illi
nois. France is sacrificing some of its
bravest sons that the rest of us some
day may fly in safety. Many a hero
will have to pay the penalty before
flying is perfected.
People may question Peary's disposi
tion, but none will doubt his achieve
ment, or the fact that he deserves all
the glory that his country and the
world of science can bestow.
President Taft declared in a speech
at Seattle that he would recommend
the passage of a ship subsidy bill in
his next message to congress. The
president promises to be a very tract
able executive for the interests before
his term closes.
A Louisiana lumber dealer, trusting
to the accuracy or weatner bureau iore
casts, took out insurance by telegraph
and so got $20.0C0 to cover his losses
in the recent storm. The incident il
lustrates the practical value of the
weather bureau, but it is not really
very notable, for larger sums than thai
are probably saved in the aggregate
almost every day through careful ob
servance of weather predictions and
prudent action, upon them.
The New Voi-k leader.
Judge William J. Oaynor has been
nrminated for mayor of New York
by the Tammany democracy, lie has
been on the supreme bench of his
state since 1893 and the odd part of
it is that he was first nominated by
the republicans and independent dem
ocrats. He became famous in his
fight against election frauds in New
York city in which Tammany was the
greatest offender. He declined the
democratic. nomination for governor
and also for mayor of Brooklyn, but
will accept the honor for the greater
He is a man of stainless reputation
and high ability and is 5 8 years of
age. He is a faithful party man but
will be nobody's figurehead and the
nomination wuuiu uu uunui iu cmy
A Beautiful I'ecogiiition of the Wo-
men of the Nat inn.
The picture of Martha Washington
may be placed on one of the postage
stamps of the present series.
A number of women prominent in
the society of the Daughters of the
American Revolution have requested
the postoffice department to take such
action. It is suggested that the pro
posed issue of the 12-cent stamp of
fers an opportunity to do this.
The suggestion is supported on the
ground that it would be an appro
priate recognition of half of the peo
ple of the United States, not to men
tion its merits from an aesthetic
point of view.
The director of the bureau of en
graving and printing has been ashed
to prepare a model, representing
Martha Washington's head, in addi
tion to one bearing the head of
George Washington. Both will have
careful attention from Postmaster
General Hitchcock on his return from
A Dead Indian.
-.. A solemn moment has come in the
affairs. of advertising, remarks Print
er's Ink. One w ho has served adver
tising interests longer and more
faithfully than any other individual,
in rain and shine, panic and pros
perity, has now gone from us. , We
refer to the cigar store Indian. The
last cigar store Indian, it appears,
has been driven out of Rrooklyn oy
the march of progress; but it dees
not behoove us to wax sarcastic at1
his expense so long as some of the
methods for which he stood still sur
vive. There is little difference be
tween the cigar dealer who depended
for trade on the silent eloquence of
his Indian and the merchant in any
other line of business who thinks
that the sign above his store door and
the letterhead on his stationery are
. The' largest retail cigar business
m me worm was num. up on newsna-
per advertising. me Diggesi reran-
ers in every line are, these who make
the largest use of live dailies to cre
ate and direct demand.
Must Have Primary Iaw.
The entire state of Illinois should
bestir itself as never before in the
demand upon the Illinois general as
sembly for the enactment of a const!
tulipnal primary law at the special
session to be held in November.
The state of Illinois is in distress
in this matter. We do not feel it now
because there are few elections this
fall. Xt xt spring, however, there will
be elections held ail over the state.
Xext fall the congressional and other
very vital elections will be held. In'
nearly every county in the state the
old political gangs who lost much of
their power because of the recent pri
nij'.ry law, are waiting, vulture-like to
seize the political machinery and take
from tiie people the power which the
primary law gave them to make their
The issue is ital. It is stupendous.
There is danger ahead.
Illinois must prepare in self de
fense to offset the influence of tin
organizing forces of professional pol
iticians which are planning to - pre
vent the enactment of a primary law
by the special session.
Judge Thompson thinks that per
sons who wed in haste should r
pent at their leisure, lie has refused
to giant a divorce to a young woman
who married a young man after only
four weeks of acquaintance, and
whom she now alles-es ceased work as
soon as they were married and lived
a "high life" with her money which
he is alleged to have lavished upon
another woman. Perhaps the young
woman innocently confided in the
alleged mean man. but while sympa
thy naturally is plenty for a young
woman thus misled, she is seriously
to blame for not studying more close
ly and minutely the character of the
man she was to accept as her com
panion for life.
Ill-advised marriages are all too
frequent in this day of fast living
and reckless rushing after pleasure.
Marriage is looked upon too lightly.
This truth is written in the blood of
the innocents. It is heralded day
after day from our divorce courts.
It is an awful condition and largely
attributable to the evil pointed out
by Judge Thompson in sending this
unfortunate woman back to repent
at leisure and to produce more spe
Divorces should be made more dif
ficult to obtain. When the bond?
of matrimony are welded more firmly
and the fact riveted in the mindt
of those prepariug for matrimony
that divorce is a great evil, that mar
riage is for life and not a tempo
rary arrangement to be broken at
will, then many unhappy marriages--will
be avoided, the number cf hap
py marriages will be greater, the
lives of men. women and children wiP
be made more joyful, prosperous and
The Klections of This Fall.
Ten states will vote for governor.'
or minor state officers"" next month
yet in none of those states except
Maryland and Virginia is any espec
ial interest being displayed.
Of the three states which will
choose governors, Massachusetts maj
elect the republican candidate
Rhode Island will possibly be carrier
by the republicans, both these re
sults Jeing the effect of tariff leg
islation, if they so occur, but in Vir
ginia the vote will be close, with the
chances in favor of the democrats.
Maryland's election will be for
comptroller, but the proposition for
an amendment to its state constitu
tion will attract much larger inter
est than will the division on that of
ficer. yRhode Island, in state canvasses,
has been as uncertain for the past
10 or 12 years as Connecticut was a
little earlier. Several democratic
governors have been elected by that
slrte in recent times. In 1!)9, how
ever, the republicans appear to be in
fairjy robust form. Taft carried
Rhode Island in 1908 by 19.000. and
Pcthier, the republican candidate for
governor, won it by 7,000.
HIGH TARIFF FORCES
GERMANS TO CUT
(Continued from Pag-e One.)
Chemnitz alone dogs were slaughter
ed in 1906. an increase of SS over
190.". and during the same period
1.070 horses, an increase of S7 over
N-vNinier Atai-k Kynteni.
The working people of Germany
are far from satisfied with high pro
tection. Not only the socialists are
attacking the system, but many prom
inent newspapers. Here is an ex
tract from the- Berliner Tageblatt,
one of the leading P.erlin newspa
"If it is desired to place the fi-
nances of the German emnire on a
sound basis one must get a clear
view of the causes of the perpetual
deficit, and remove those causes, in-
stead of always inventing new taxes
from every corner and laying over -Var- Rubber tires now lead all otaer
fresh burdens on the shoulders of manufactured anicles in the constimp
the Herman people. of the best rubber gum.
"There can be no doubt that the
reason of the evil lies in our mis-
taken financial policy.
"Our customs duties and indirect pace with the increasing demand. Wild Seemed to think it mighty funny," un
taxes have necessitated a gigantic rubber harvests cannot increase fnsn J swered t he speaker's coinpauion.
army of officials, have increased the
price of everything and hae added
enormously to the expenses of the
empire, rue states, the municipalities
kbu me communes by the necessity of
'paying more for all materials requir-
cd. At the same time, only a sraan
portion of these duties, which are
paid by the German people in the
increased price of their necessaries
of life, flows into the treasury.
Hlaiut-K WioOi-ful I'riNlm-tliHi.
"A much greater part goes into
the pockets of a few great landown
ers and manufacturers, and the great
est part of all disappears in waste
"Huron Rheinbaban remarked
last year that England is paying off
her debt while we are increasing
ours, but it must be remembered
that Kngland could net attempt to
pay off its debt until it had adopted
free trade, and that her period of
protection was also that of a perpet
ual increase of its debt.
Germany could obtain far more
revenue from brandy, wine, beer and
tobacco, if it were not that the nec
essaries of life, bread, meat, eggs,
butter, in fact, everything, are made
so dear by the customs duties."
FAIR IS OPENED
Fifty-Seventh Annual State Ex
hibition Swings Gates
CEREMONIES NEXT WEEK
1'iegriiiii Starts Monday With Free
Admission of School Children
Springfield. 111., Oct. 2. The 57ih
annual Illinois state fair opened yes
terday. There was no ceremony to
mark the beginning of the in days',
show, but 25.000 persons - passe.l
through the pates to witness a ' large
number of exhibits in all departments.
The fair proper opens Monday,, when
school children from all parts of the
ttate will be admitted free and the
speed program will begin. J might';
of stock in the Coliseum will begin cm
Displays have been designed espe
cially for value as instructive agencies.
State institutions and departments of
the state schools and government ar
represented. One of the features of
the big fair is a display by the Illinois
pure food commission in the dairy
juilding. The object of the commis
sion's display is to educate consumers
to read labels on prepared food prod
ucts, and with this in view exhibits 'n
nost striking form are shown of co n
non violations of the pure food law.
Show I.IMIO (imnr Uinta.
. The state game farm has on exhibit
t.flOO game bird?. The state board if
health has a tuberculosis disnlaw
There are exhibits of hand work of in-
nates in the state school for blind
children at Jacksonville, the stare r?-
ormatory at Pontiac. the state home
"or girls at Geneva and the echoed for
'eeble minded at Lincoln. The stafe'j
uiblic school department also has an
oxhibit of a model one room country
-.chool. , The state agricultural school
las displays in the dome and dairy
buildings, and will conduct milk tests
laily of fancy dairy cattle shown it
Politicians are planning for a
"round-up" of central Illinois congress
men at the fair next Wednesday, when
Governor Deneen will speak to a joint
gathering of commercial clubs from
31oomington, Peoria. Galesburg ami
PRICE JUMPS FAST
Xow Amounts to More Than One
Third Weight in Silver and Is "'. .
Still Increasing. . ,
Akron, Ohio, Oct. 2. A shortage if
rubber throughout the world is rei!
ins an alarming condition in the att:o
mohilc industry, especially in the tir
manufacturing branch. Two general
advances in tire prices have been made
within the past SO days. Today an
ounce of rubber when washed and
prepared for manufacturing is worrh
one-third as much as an ounce of pu.'e
silver and the price continas to vi
In February. 19;S. Para rubber gum
sold a. low as cents a pound. Siuoe
that time it has been steadily advanc
ing through the influence of rc.iewt'd
business' demand and the efforts of
nib'jer gathering syndicates, un'il
it bin rcac!ed the record price t,t
$2.1 3 per pound, with very lillie to '.e
hud even at t!.at rgtre.
Meat of the rubber ur"d in hih
grade tires is harvested wild up the
Amazon river or gathered from plan
tations in Ceylon, as the gum rro.n
other countries lacks the required
quality. The present shortage is par-
l,a"Jr aunoutta iu me uemann irom
t,re makers wnose output this year
amounts to nearly $50,000,000, with a
probable production of $50,000.00') next
The average increase in the yield .f
crude rubber per annum is about U
per cent, which is insufficient to keep
enough and the world will eventually i
he compelled to look toward rubber
plantations for a good share of the
future supply required for high grade
automobile tires. " -,
The l-'atnoiis .American Aviator, Afiainst Whom Wright I!i-otli-rs Have
Hi-ought liijuiii t ixn Suit to Restrain Flights on ('round
of Infringement of Patent.
The Argus Daily Short Story
Copyrig-nrea, ItOS, by
"'lll.-il ;it(liii .Mel'arl;!!!;!." reia.i rueu
lavy MetiUnii. "is lie limit. Heii.-iMi't
courage eiituigh to propnsc-."
"Ill!!ii ! iii v:mf to m.-irry hjiii
thai you are so :ii.jus .-iliout il ':"
"No: I haven't eherry lips juul dim
ples" "Never mind the inventory. Proihi-:-I
i;i v." sln replitil.
"Ail rixbt. sis. lint ji'H never lu'.ppen
unless veil propose. in the pies-enee
t his divinity meaning you he Ss re-diu-ed
to a pu!p."
'i lie sliiii: to ihis teasing was in its
truth. Cordon was devol ion ilse.'f. yet
;t was a silent adoration. He seeificd
unable t.i utter a word iu her preseme.
he hail gieu hitti uiaiiy opportunities
in that uiie.v pla iua hie way a- woman
tias. and oiue or twice Ik.' had floun
dered and stammered with oli'nrl until
ill vexation she had retorted so whilM--iiailv
that she bad silenced liin: eom-
"Ob. he's just loo rulit-u l.iii-i. great
big thing like him. stammering and
blushing ii!e a seheeihor. It fairly
makes me asiia in-!." she grumlilea.
A woman's motives are ililiieiilt to
t.-ithom. l'.ess. in an tuiusual lit of
uracha'.sness. had allcw-d (oirdoii to
eseorl tier to a ball. fSbe was juslly
vain of lier eseorl'.s .ii)ie;ir:inee as she
snuggled beside him in the depths of
the carriage. Hut by the time they
had arrived her manner had changed
visibly, so much so that she almost
ignored him alter the conventional
first dance. He had (angled his lcei
hopelessly in her train and missed
step uiltil she was nearly beside her
self with mortification.
There was ample excuse for his be
wilderment. She was inloxieaiingly
lovely, with her draperies floating,
cloudlike, about her hare shoulders,
and the flush of exercise tint ing -tier
face like a rose. Davy's comment was.
"Gordon looks as if he would like to
eat her." .
Bess was so provoked at this that
she ' intended to punish (Jordon by
flirting .outrageously. 'P.esides, . if I
could 'make him cross, be might pluck
up n fraction of courage." she t bought.
It vexed her still more because she
felt that he understood her motive. So
did Davy, and he would not fail to
tease her on the morrow.
Carelessly tossing Gordon her bou
ipiet iu passing, she walked off with
Gerald Stone for an ice.
Queer duck, that Gordon. Doesn't
appear to have much to saj"," remark
ed Gerald insinuatingly.
Here the eternal feminine came to
the surface. "Oh. 1 don't know.""
Her tone was resentful in the ex
treme. The next instant she said
sweetly. "Here's just the nook for a
nuiet chat. Let us sit here awhile.
The ice can wait: so can Gordon.
He'd hold my bouquet all night."
An hour later Gordon sat abstract
edly pulling at the petals of the roses.
He had hoped that the flowers might
convey to her that which he found so
dhnciilt to say. '
lu upon his musing dribbled the con
versation of two acquaintances.
"So Gerald Stone has won Bessie
Moulton? 1 thought Gordou was to be
the man. but he lacked courage. He !
deserves to lose her. He should know ,
a woman despises a faint heart," said
a voice be knew.
"1 wonder how she would like It if !
she knew that Gerald boasted to me of !
his conquest V He told as a great joke '.
that be had left Gordon to moon over
her bouquet. Said they were going to
slip away and let him hunt for her
when he had tired of the flowers.
"It's contemptible. I wouldn't have
thought it of Bessie Monlton!" was the
rent v us thev sauntered down the room.
The sturdy independence of Gordon
Scotch ancestry rose within him. II e j -
COPRlSHT FACtIT. WAtn.'
El Clara H. Holmes.
Associated Literary Free.
an ached his card to the flowers and
.rrt I hem in the cloakroom: then, with
a determined step, he left the house.
Bess loitered In her frivolous chat
with the man she detested, dawdled
ever her ice and finally sauntered back
to the dancing hall, apparently oblivi
ons to the tact that she had promised
this twosten to Gorlon. She expected
hi ni to be waiting for her. When he
was not to be sci-n she was perturbed.
(."nine on. Ie2's take this twostep."
said Gerald, with great familiarity.
"No. thanks." Imtlv resenting his
tone. "You have had more t ban enough
of my company for one evening." she
added lightly lest she betray her an -
noyanee as to Gordon.
An hour or so later she called Ger -
aid to her side. "I claim a woman's
prerogative 1 ha ve changed my mind.
You nmv take me home."
As he bowed his thanks he thought
r his Loast to Van Asyltine and
Bill! 1 0(1
'1 suspect it was he who tat-
Bess kept up a running fire of non
sense ail the way home, effectually ex-
Gordon waited in the shadow of the
'roes until they arrived. He meant to
issure himself that he was not being
misled and that he was doing her no
"Not dignified, this, but I must make
sure. I do not blame her for it. but
ho might have been more kind about him than I could have shot a child.
;i I cjrtainly subjected her ta ridi- Had the chauce come from a distance
rule, and then, when she showed me of a hundred yards I would have shot
her favor so plainly and I was such a him down and carried his antlers
tongue lied fool that I couldn"t take home in triumph, but once having
advantage of it. she must have thought looked into those eyes it would have
-oil. j do not know what she could heen nothing less than murder. I have
think but that I was a fool!" he mut- hunted deer since then, but I find the
!oied bitterly. i sport affords me little pleasure. When-
lle watched Geraid .'issisther from ever I draw a bead the picture of
the carriage with what looked to his those mute, appealing eyes comes te
jeahms ees like an embrace, and as fore me. and. though it has not pre
he turned to enter the house he gave vented me from pulling the trigger. I
her I be flowers, she tossed them into have always frit glad somehow when
(!u shruLbtry disdainfully. "I don't j my bullet failed to find its mark."
want the withered tilings." she said. I ,t r
Gord.m gathered one rose from the' "arsoness n a child subject to
apparenllv despised bouquet and plae- C,wu' is a sure l'aon of the ail
ed it in a book, as if be had need of Vrh f disease. If Chamher
a token by which to remember this ,ain's CoiSh. Remedy is given at once
one night. r rvon after the oroupy cough has
In the meantime Bess, in her room ' "geared, it will prevent the altack.
was pressing his card to her lips with Contains no poison. Sold by all druggists.
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f.-'r - -- -lfM
Nearly all women suffer at times from female
auments. Some women suffer mnro aphpW ori
I S ST con.stantl7 than others. But whether you have
I little pain or whether rnn rutTat i
should take Wine of Cardui and get relief.
Cardui js a safe, natural medicine, for women,
prenared RcMnf t'finnii-o- i. 1 .
Igredients. It acts easily
6ive etxengrui and tone to
fciaJ -Vnr . f i nil rnurf li ill
Tiie Woman's Tonic
"rJSZTZ WaIIac f Sanger, Tex, tried Cartel SK writes :
JfS-?we mf fr m Ihan I can describe. Last Bpring I
JUST;?? fenmle iiiflammatioa and consulted a doctorf but to
SSiSi fcx Cardm, and Inside of three days, I was able to do
mjfcouiCTrork. Smca then my trouble h&a never returned." Try it.
AT ALT, DPTrn OTnppa
tears and Inarticulate murmnnnjjs.
Two years later Cordon McFarland
sat In his office writing. It was after
business hours, but he bad remained
to think out certain points in quiet and
Turning in his chair, he picked up
the telephone receiver.
"I will call Jones and find out what
he knows about this business," he
soliloquized. He was on the point of
calling "Hello, central:" when the
sound of his own name arrested his
attention. "That's the nuisance of a
party line." he nmuered. He had no
intention of listening, but bow could
he help it w hen he beard his own name
In that well remembered voice?
"Oh. Gordon McFarland? Well, if
you'll never, never breathe it I'll tell
you. He took me to a ball, and. yes,
Grace, he left me to set home as Lest
1 con id.
"No; certainly I don't think be was
to blame. It must have been some of
"Yes. of course Davy denied It, but I
know it was. Gordon would not have
done it unless he thought he was jusll
"What's that? Did I really care?
Well. yes. 1 did, and I don't care If
you do know it.
"No. no; we weren't engaged. He
was so bashful.
What's that? Encourage him? I
I did. I tried to make him jealous of
that abominable Gerald Stone, and
and I succeeded. That's how it all
"Yes. that's so. It Isn't the thing to
talk secrets over a phone. Those hor
rid operators always do listen. Well
good by! Come over iu the morning
is-M Fourth street, you remember. Good
Gordon called in hurriedly before she
coulvl hang up. "Hello. Bessie!"
j "Well, what is it. Grace?"
' "This is not Grace, Bessie."
j "Gordon McFarland!" The exclama
I tiou was one of dismayed surprise,
j "Yes. 1 have recovered from my
bash fulness. Will you marry me now.
"Indeed I will not! You're just too
awful! Yon listened!"
"I couldn't help it. and I'm glad I
didn't try. Don't you hang up that re
ceiver or I'll le there within ten min
utes." he threatened.
"Then I'll hang it up. If you want
an answer to that question come and
get it." Av,6 he heard the receiver
clang as it reached the hook.
The Deer's Eyes.
A Canadian hunter tells this inci
dent of how he once came face to face
j with bis quarry and haunt the Heart
j to lire: "It wasn't a case of -buck fe
j ver.- such as a novice might esperi
ence. for 1 had been a hunter for many
j years and had killed a good many
j deer. This was a particularly fine
J lan k that I had followed for three
I days. A strong man can run any deer
to earth in time, and at last I had my
' prey tired out. From the top of a hill
I sighted him a few miles away. lie
had given np the fight and had
stretched himself out on the snow. As
I stalked him he changed his position
and took shelter behind a bowlder,
and. using the same bowlder for a
shelter. I came suddenly face to face
vi:li him. lie didn't attempt to run
away, but stood there looking at me
with the most piteous pair of eyes I
"Shoot? I could have no more shot
on the female organs and
tLe wfc0ie SyStem.
Humor and ,
S OUACMA Pt: 'SMITH
To Fpeuk of It sooner.
in us to overlook HI
You'll forgive ua.
TliOt'a a dear.
In the bui-y
Rush of life
We eometimes grow careleM
And most Important duties.
It nllpi't-d our mind.
We do not offer
As un excuse; '
Just as mi explanation.
There la no excuse
Knr hin ii
A palpaU oversight.
We have heeri so busy
'jetting a living-,
I'reiMt-niK for vacation,
To the ueulher man.
Rejoins the tariff bill.
Worliintt Iji the Harden,
I.i"i:ini; ct uirsIilpH
Ami performing other
Th.it v.e have ovei looked
tltuis of nirrnerit.
lietter late than never.
And heed thin word of wisdom.
Huy your Christmas presents early.
Wo nolir-e new style of humor that
has broken loose lu the eastern fim
inakiug magazines. It Is so deep and
suhtle that not every render can tum
ble to it at lirst, but after they do we
presume their sides shake with laugh
ter. We hope it will become popular,
as we could write It all day with our
eyes shut. Here i the Idea:
Tea is usually served iu u teacup.
A debt may be paid with money.
Pants are woru by men.
To ride on a railroad train buy a
ticket and j,et aboard.
Ice put iu water will cool the same.
When hungry, oai.
Isn't it too cute for anything?
"Ma. what is a pippin?"
"A kind of fruit."
"It ain't either."
"What makes you think so?
"Pa saw one the other day when we
were out waiting.- and there wasn't
any fruit store near.
"That'll cost your pa a new dress."
Preserve me from the candid man.
But. oh. let me keep shady
When somewhere In the neighborhood
Appears the candid lady!
"Strange that a pound of lead should
weigh no more than a pound of feath
"Have souie one hit you with a poanJ
of each and see."
"What Is the going to name ber
"She is thinking of calliug them both
"What's the Idea?"
"Aren't they a double Bill?"
Must at this point the explorer got
"I suppose he stopped right there."
"No; he pushed on. Cold feet are
normal iu north ole discoverers."
"Ho insulted a pugilist and made a
"Whnt was it?"
"That he had a, solar plexus."
If bound to sret some trouble
liy either hoo or crook
Tou always know before you start
Vou won't have far to loolt.
ilere generosity pays no debts.
Ability to forget an Injury is better
than ability to pay it off.
A clever perc a
Is one who Is
able to muke an
doesn't ei pla I a
Ixits of people
a r meil Individ
uals Bi'irply ly
keeping op their
is )uite sufficient
In the estimation
of some of our
The man who ft ashamed of his own
great iiniortano- should ! dealt wilt
kindly, for hu is the posor of ex
Advice Is Hour-thins: that. everybody
gives and nottody t;i!u.
Slosf teopl --;mi keep 'a secret cf
their own- making.