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TULSA DAILY WOULD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1919.
PubUhril Fr, Morning Inrl.irttnf rii ifa nv THE WOULD PUBLISHING CO. F'dKNK I ORTON . t l 1 AH(IS . , . . HI I l.oKTOM . . . r. A I ATI II oet ami 1- i h'ih Hull-lit Manila' Chief r ilitoi 1 Writer rlrr1 In lb' Tulla I'otui'fna M fwrni.tl Mali"' UFMHrit or Ai niT Hrmup or i k lia i i Mrvinr.K r Tiir a..'i''' w .ii rucH.-t TK Aerialait I'fMi It lii til -"I l tt fnr rap.ih'M-aHen of all ir aai.il'l.ii Ttlned m il nf rot nlnerala ere.Me.1 m M i tairr and alaa ! karal n ptibllaheil hareln M.HMI till HO m l t H I.AII T ANI HIMiV. . Do.neiiie tMltneetlff II I") 71 On a. i Year llftnlha I.' M Three Wiinlrit . . . . . 7.1 onn Uoiilll . . . HAII.T ONLY; TlnteBl,- $y v Thin M.itM.1 . . . 1 711 llxii Mni.tB . . HI'NDAY OSLI Itoineiti . 1 VI Vn Vnnlhl . Ota Tear . Hi i aloritha , . Ii Itoreealle i fr Trtr 1 1 2) kr.NUALL ... 00 CALKIr.H IS 1 I I, MA N HI'KIMH ASH IO.ll rONK rr Tr Mnnlli hi A4viirn Tr hit, in Aittani-i AVrilAOF NKT PAIH (I IK r I.ATK1N or TUB Tl'LHA rnu.Y ami hi'mlu w.iu'.u run tiik month 1 1 I. r f K 'i'11 r lr. u tlum anafr ds ttlrtin'f thai il,a atrraft net tiil rirpu atwn nf Tha ItaHf aaq Pallida r World l.r ih. i,,..t Ih of Naml'r ll, 'il !-P in il.a bail if ni' knawladfa and tiallaf i r. worr. Oirniilallua Manaiar nibatribril ami tworn ,t(ura ma I "It li if ' '.n'brr. Hill HAHKI. KCIM. Hoiarr M, ..,.. it a.. , irt'trt 'I lhr 17 1021. I'lliiNi: 600 loll ALU DKI'AHTMKNTI ay 6ica Quotation J) MtlMlAV, )I(:MIU.H SI, Itlff. Tim l-irtl pri-iii rvnih All Ilium th luve him. I'm 14.1: 2. "I'm .Iikun, Ih.. firm an. I tlin Inn!, U Iiiihi. X(.lrll ithull kuI.U u" !' Iiuni', .''ll pruiM' IiIiii fur u 1 1 Ihiit la pant. Ami iruHl liiiu fur all llml'a lu nim. 11 nil flfHh I.Iikh hla holy namn for rvr I'bii. Mr.: 21. IIKlltol (.11 INVITI(;ATI(kNK N'M'ltNAI(Y. Tin rrnrl uf thn annitte conimltlrn apiolnli. to ln Kolgiit' Ihf affitlra of tha I nllfil H tt t f u llmixlng roriuiiullun. a war hody Ihut hail t liargK uf public oona'rurtlnn, lia rvRnminmided that nifpn lm lukrn li rai:ovr nionlva Inipnap rrly rifnilttl. Thla ri'ptirt ricrvi to call ttitnllun anrw to tlin w h(ilr writ hnd and Indafnnalbla niatinar In which pulilii: funda war aquantlrcil during thn war, iarllciilurly In tha Varluua cunnlrur liun wnrka. Thn publlo may not aympaihlia keenly with thla lnviatlgatlon work btilng car ried on by tlm varluua huua anil attnata commit tnra. Hut It dhoultl, and vary kaanly. It la finite true tht rvrryona would Ilka vary much to forgrt about It- Juirt aa w all Ilka to furgrt about fitinlly m-andula. iut that would b cow ardlra and a maulfnat Injuatloa not only to tha pttoplo who wera urged to anorlflna In ordor that tlir war fumla might b ralavd, but ftlao on ac rount of poatcrlty anU tha raalraJnt a full dla tlvaura will have on gorrnmntal official uniler almlUir clrcumatarrcea) In tha future. Thn high wngn ayatm and loworad lmllvld n ii I atundanl of nfflt-lervry whlah pretalla today and it In (urn very Jurgi'ly reaponalbla for the deTiaitnl jirodurlion ami high ooU of living.' I dlrrctly tracrablo to govrrnmant de'lolnfin In njiilrnrt maltrra Thua Ihn offunan of I hone UmiHlon did not rotialat altognthHr In a wan ton, prufllgalo waatfl of thr panpla'a nionry, but In addition to thut Irnpoimil on the oounlry it long nrlod of Indutttrlnl turmoil and llttoru-M. ..N amount of aophlelry can wipe out thut In dictment, hi-cauac the morn wltiii-nura rullod tlio morn certainty will It alnml. Tontrncta for publlo building wrre ll un th parcentua liiutln contrary to the mlvlro of men famlllnr with tlio romliliomi thnt vtetn alwayii brtcdi. Tltntt iu an cam-nce, alwiiya, lit tho Kovfrnmi'iit'H viewpoint. Hut nn tlntl bullfh-ra know thut the epceillext complellorm itro ec rure.l by it contract j.rliyi for delivery on a Miii'rifirJ date, penally and honua runnlnir penult) for failure to meet the contract condi tion a to ilute, bonuit for every day eaved In meptlnc It. The piverntni-nt agreed to give cent mi-tor a war pi ntiiituRe if profit on ihn quki of each ..iUt,iit. N.iiiu.illy, the more the building; or .'hxiI cunt tha (,-iivornment the greater the prof tn to thi runlr.i. tor Mow It worked hn" been In. n I v omIv it p hi Ilul inve.-'ii iilt.n of the M.itf inlun, projert Tile I lll'ieers' .'tlllltl,. i,f (hit f .uk wis iii i . u ii .1 ii urn ti- t b 4ilo.i.iu, with dellv r i f . ,.n ;pet.. hIu.s 1 tht. e,.v niitiioiti iimI l""r t.. til. .J.H.. .hi lii. L Mi., in mist lie .w-hi .. .! Win:, the w.ir i ;une t.t .in p, there In.l !.. Ml, I II. Tin. I I I '.''Hi (ini) i-xpi li . , oil t'l" 1 1 r i . 1 . i i xitKli. ship Iii LiH-e l tin- n .it. jl, .i i i.tv on. I Il .1 's.'i ' I IHi- of te. ,, th tit-.'tin. Pt , Lt..r,l. . i: I mi in. my. Ci floor of tin. en. i ' tt from three t. 'H i:.' b.iti'i I -ii !.or m at i.'li'r ;ai't Wht-ther I ' ii. 1 I. . .t ii w.'f ii. : a.l.iwi"! 'a , , .,,1 , : 1 I . it -itcri h i. iiatittjint fort i '.n.l .it ii. 'i t'i th' .-insist n t ;i n f .- T'riet.. were th.. rv..tho,-t wh! h t i t 'he w.iire tte,, inoli r whf Ii , t r.i of tt-.M-e n.n p-itlej l"wn vi - v , t. ' V r .1 ! 1 ""M r i I I' 'i:r-'.i . ' . ' 4 Jjlet J.-Tiet in u'.l fuin; the wpoMalNltty j -. I -. 'n? for 'he "iiomi'ii good ;,..s.illle 'II SBhage. , i u n tie ling ii rtiiifmry enura-i i'. i by n',' r i i motive or re- ii'.re.ti inn of the r raven Him f I . so in . iMshi i i, i lin 'he n r 1 v pnlltit al Lla ma, III Grange 1. 1 read ru,! World welcoming ;..hlnn pit rl v . Ilul the a aie t h r toil and wonder i ;ni,,i,!",i pit J ij I ! and i r-.i'i l profound re I . : In.-, f i. ! of i !( .it.t.n a l! I'llM.T I III l. .ri'n III' II Ir- ,.' p,.',', l':iii- ii,.-j..rt .i II..: fill .' I .'' : I' ii, ,n v ,i r f ,i h .i' I for I. ii 'I . .. Vnr.a. II.' I,. i n i. . I it - ii'ii' "1,1 I. , fit .'I HI if L i in I" ,i . i mi' ii i i i ! 'I I ericc 1 " I 1 1 r irlca c en tt pence. ,' i 1 1, pi ..in un lit M ii - ii i.'i 1 1 ii .- r I H-.n uf Hi" ,r tin -i ;.ii '! i, ' v k': i - n mi' '' itt r p ii I., ii ii i.i .1 1 il pi-ln. , I H ! ill v.,'. I III' i . p ii lil i, i n m.i to ii ml mi t liim I 1 1- U k' i i n'h ' Mr ll.ikei: At He 't "titling elder of linn llitHlit The Wot lil 'imetena lo t trend Hi" i lxh' liiti l of f. I hinHhip In llrtitlnr llutikell an. I ni,irr him H.irtn and n ;n ei UIH n weli'tirin- I It ii' f m ' h he h.m the rlk'hti" of full cmtiriiiiiilnti .ll.nlng felt the force of the lUtmli lnn.e in i ii'.ii II Ion, itre convlrn'eil th.it tm rue. m HtiepBth li'i" lin rtil'led to the raimitll.' ii r .in iii In I ill la h. una The (ivvelin hiirlet of t(i7 liui gone Ilul the hciii remain and h it lolmvl with thoae hit fuiher loved to pun.rh un' of the ulr cornea rumora that the grc.it ili-cinon of the nn hua the approval and bleating of the rnii'i who once ruled aa an autocratic deapot In the rauae of u common ipeople'a ilenioi-riic Theae rumora have II that the father, too, hut neen t'ie errora of hla wuv; la even pentlng In aack (loth und aeha prep.irltnr y In coming Into 'he cntifeatlnnal and aaaume the obllgiitjont of the tauae he once profettcd to deaplvi We eyicerely hope thoae rtonea prove lo h- true. We are glad to welcome the eon. We would kill the flitted calf for the fuiher. It ciuiHe ao able a politician aa Charley ll.itkell ahnulil davote hit dilenta to a more worthy ranee thnn roil now command thern under the colora of the orgunluitlon that once marched a tila romniiinil )MMI;NDABIK nKHOj-ITION Y. fl McAdama if ttklahoma City Introdueed a reaoltitlon before the mala bar aaaociut Ion Thuraday railing on the mute Icgltlatnra ami tha national oongreaa tq enact legialntlon making It unlawful fur former bandlta and deepnrndoea lo exploit their deeda In motion pictured or on the atQge. Tha aeeoclatlon, Vlth two exccptlont, voted for the reaoltitlon to a man Tha World deairea to congratulate the author anrl mover of tha reaoltitlon, and thn bar anan elation on Ita' aplendld aervica to thn alale In adopting II ao overwhelmingly. Oklahoma hua had too much of thin ' beating back" buaineaa. It la only fair to Oklahoma cltliena to riplaln that there haa never been a publlo aentiment hara Justifying the queatlon able advertlalng given the atata by former bn- dlta who have rapltallind a career of crime, capped with a penitentiary aentenre, Into a dividend paying buaineaa. There waa a time when Oklahoma wu fummia becauaa of Ita aplendld bandit Induttrv. That lima haa long alnce puaeed. Tha atate tin 11 whole would Ilk very much to forget It. Certainly we dm not want our boya aubjected to thn mlt rhlevoiia Influence growing out of it motion picture hyaterla of bandit hrrolzlng 'The wage of tin la deuth " If th.it mean" Any tiling at all it meant thut a life of .tlmii la unprofitable. Hut e give It the lie If we per in It outluwa lo rapllallc ii life of crime for the smiitcment of our young and their profit. And an rtn every r canon in the world for qiwaUon Ing thn reformation of a man, who having ind the life iif a bandit, aeeka to cnh In hla repu tation at a box office MII K FAST AND Vi:NT Milk, In the "heurt of th cow country" In nulling for 21 cent n (jUurt. In New York, the "moat cxpetttlvn i lly 111 Ihn worlj," It la Belling for 15 centa a quart... Thereby hanga a tile A few weeka ago New York milk vendors be gun poHhlng the price, up New York hoiirie- I vita formed a league, or aomethlng. Any wy, the) fierce. t to buy only audi milk aa wua abso lutely nncejwury. I'rom a bottle a day thry dropped lt two bottle a week-aomn of them one bottle a week - except where thern ern children to lie provided for Then the bouid of he.ilth utitborltlna threw their infliience to the honeewlvet They tr ranged with one of the Urgent .Lilrlet In the city to evil ti.OOO uuurta of patteiirlred milk ( uch .lu)' fur Hi centa a (iiatf on tha "canh an. I i urrv ban) ' The other milk vendora hrnt long In fore thla felt the effect of the Imvcott, Ttioiiaanda of homea hid ditcontlnued the ii.tn of nillk alto gelhcr. The price cr.vied to j.,1 1 .nice, then fjl l.'icl for a few day hefot ttartlng down t if iniirte A.ooo quart of miik In New York it onlv a drop In the bucket !m the force of tli.it example It powerful. e en in New York The incident caia) nt'et.'.lori to the only way to i ore profiteer. We rn:i, never know nhit ii ..Ki t t! f i il'len w ilil. but It i ii"V to under. Ht;ii: l whv a profiteer profiteer. Ilea, human. So loiiK a he i jn murk up the price und mill a. ll all he can handle, he'll mark up the price When folk Mi p btrylnis he'll .ttcp m. irking up 'the pin e Milk, of cttiieto ifrmt c.wntlal, hut it I. n't, where thern. ore no little one If the older fitik. are willing lo rnukn aacrificet for a prtn t n ; An l -:n!ei f.t'.kt h:c ,"lng lu make ...ir i!i'i. tt for ,i pVinctpIn they arc gome i- i -ii I..-- af on i t-ht jl.uic , iJiom.i t . t at. . , -I. hari. I ' 1-mt.t I'.'a . ..l:rtc tiit k 'l",l f th. r. I- f.-r ,-hV ' f .1,,11'lori jiisll ct i 'kUhtitua ' eit-r w.it it i the cl-y hull rung tin in wet!. 0,y DrrlU BomethI..gl If Ilia' II will II Tlmec in . nil. 3 Oklahoma f OTla Oulburtts leOITOsJ The nhter .lrig Alv llei lew Courier I of Hi opinion that ih gieititii r-.luclinn in ye.ita hna luken .l,, i. 'on th" hip " Among the rand Kin in for mayor in Muekogee iltoiit i),t only oil ifii .iMhii it at l emg iiit l.t ia wlieiher or rnt ihcy ere ilnmoi r.ilh . t.'hrtinp Clark a'-ema in lie org mixing hla head- qiiarntra luat like a man who did not kno there wua any tin h thing ut Wla. otnt.n democ r .1 V . j The .!, loauif made h Mr I ig e before the I m-riaie co.il InveatigHting i-omnilttee looka very nan h like a puncture in Al'.oiney fieneral T'al ' no r e preanlenllal tln-a I The wtaknet in 'he coalition l.etwettn Tuft und lliv.in to I rlriic animi a comprom lee nn the I pen. trettv i that the two together do not iii..iir to n.i ci- ti un. In inough lift in the urn j u'c to pu' l: a.-tote 'if ''mime It la all rlrht for Victor Petger to ill" hia re eleciiori to enngreea fn.tn Wlt.-on-i tin an ii vindication, hut aomehow It ioa not l...,k in ua rfa If li waa going to huve rnucli In j fun ii. e on the homo, of i epi eaentatlvea A lnror In the fed'-rHl court In New Jeraey fi nted th Other day at the cloae .,f raa un. .!lng vlaifatlon of liquor lawa. and tn-rie of ':u conriaraiea llnuor waa need aurceaarully In ' 'iMiIng hlr. It la to he hoped lh.il 'hia aub "ifiixn to 4 t drink will not apread ro fikla In.mu whr Uqtior nitea lake up meal of th I re.. ral court time Murray Maakell of Muakngee, ann of C. N Hank e 1 1 tiklahonia'a flrat governor, hua an- noiin.eil that hereafter he propnaea to vol thn reptirillcan atale and nation ticket airtight At Murray lluakell haa been for veira one of the allenl democratic prop In Muakogee, hla uniiouncenieiii i-nt a ahlver up everv demo ciit'lc tm rk in that ant-lion. JtaromeUr of Public Opinion In the llarntge of Word. W e are atlll at war w ith iermunv. hut moel of the fighting ia to he done In Una country Jinlliit New. I nlflcil Air Si-rvhr. T tie aenate mllltiii y affalm committee ha voted nine to two for the creation of a ep n He departrneni of aeronu ul I' t The head of the de. piirtment la to hive a tent n the eaulne'. Thla iiclmn hia been taken In opposition to h rec. ornnienilatloiiB of Hecreutrlea Haknriunrt lianiela Itiit It la anund and wir be autiained hy public opinion New York Trlhune I'erxloVni'a CooHiilon While aympathetle for Mic eiro ken executive and leluctant to ad I to hit biinlevi when in a b... of lllneea, yet ihe people have u rlclit to krinw exactly what the tiniiilon In avlut the mental and phyalral condition of the prcaldcni la If Senator Kail and Hitchcock urn correct In their report thn country wl; ,n relieve I in Ihln time of etreaa. A tia'ion without M retpon alble head might drift on the rocks. epecy n a crlalt. S'n York Herald National Integrity. The I'nlted Hlaie cenulort who lit on and Ihe a.itne time aaved Arnerh.m novel eimiiy Hml pre nerved national honor, at the AiimrU'in people ineiunirn national honor ami nil honor, nio hacked hy Ihe nation. This may be a crlnla lu the eye of the cupidity that wuiiIh to nell good before it wtntj to aafeguard th principle and Inatltution of th American government; but in thn eya of the American people It la the bulwark of national Integrity, moral Hnil men tal., political and physical - New York Nun A Nry-tled Timlf. What la needed In Ihe mi i ion w Lie cumpnlgn giiintr inn reita I it wholesome tonic auch ut would follow the deportation of thn mill army of anaxrhaita that are now awaiting trial in .-tew l org rn.li ionic In In f.-ilr wav of be Ing admlnlalered by the energy of iteprnaenta- tive .i n n nan n a committee, it la a difficult and not entirely pleanant duty with which hnand hi coiieaguw ar charged. Hut it Oi a duty which wnen performed, will leave America a better unit narer place In which to live. Itoaton Trnna- crlpt. Tricking the Court. Wholly uald from the l.ttuna prenented by the attlke Itaelf, Ihe quenilon of tricking the court mint have inatant conalderalion. That I a prlvllega which wll! have to be denied even to labor leaden who extol their Americanism nml devotion to government. in fohowina- the tevelopmnnt In thla cuan It will be unit for every body to hear In mind the fact that If atirh Jugglery took place t wa contnnint in the presence nf the court und la llkelv to he rum. lulled without, reference to the Jiiduatrinl d pute Unit gave'ruie to It - New Ylirk World. Itclrin of Jenkins. The Mexliaui government fulled to aea that the .lenkln Incident wa. umuUtlve. thn lam att.iw of a long aeries of miiragen upon Amerl-c.-iti cltixen in Mexico, an, I wi Intoler.ililc because thn elate dim irtinent had lnveatlvt..,l and had been convinced that the ronaubir agent wa ii victim or jiiitici.ii collusion, ami not conspirator agalnat the .Mexican govnrnment, ui It charged. Mexico hud Hit. choice be' wren ' ru inating him and a rupture with thn Trilled Htutnt that might precipitate win. W iber m-enm! thought hue hlippllv relieved u tenne all nut ion N,nv York Tlniea. r-enuior ran tninka he know wlut will be done In the Mexican cut... II,. .iys 'There will he nothing further dmie In th. .lenkin' case or any other case other than la, k wnali our hand In Invialhle water, ro'l our net upward and proclaim peace on earth. good will to bandits" Tile .New Mcvlco acnutnr Is bei-iimlng a h rd boiled rvnie tin; mtisTMW roit Monirvri In the ChrlHtrrTi litn. H of thn long ago, Thern waa one event we used to know That waa belter than miiv other; It wti.m't r.r L.v thai we hope! to gel l!il! the t.T.lk we ha, I ami I ... ,r l,, ,1, )( uf thn gift we'd buy for M oi her If eer line fiahlont.l ,, Chria'mt eft or a ived Ita money and pr ,i. t i.-e, thrift, "Tw ia done In thoM ,lis nn hrothor Those golden tlmiw of l ong lione :v. i 'f our happiest y.tr, when vmi :1n, T'llkcl over ihe gift for Mother. W- hadn't gone forth on our d'fferent way Nor co'tied our liven into yettt-rd,i In the f.re th.lt amelt and smother. And we whiapered unl plannej ,n our y-outh-ftil glee Of that marvelou ' itne'dinK" which wiu to be, Tim gtfi of our heart to Mother. it im ,d to be all th' cur p-irse com) I pne. hlng ahe'd tr aeiire while she .vhoii',! IH e better thin im ,.i,.- In I e K ive ( th- be-- of ,,:n ,.,! ),,, Mi. I Fit f N',. , .f 1 1 , If th I h it h. 'he wh.-.i . last ,.', I . . t j K j i murvt'loii gil: f,i: M.cii.r' I tlil-k at we ..- tr ili'f..--.:t w.iy., .. t..v of those ,'i.th,n vct't-ril.t), go.. I it oijl be. m) hrmher t hrln'tt at time we con; only know same iifft .'hn'l tf 'he Long Ago W In n '- ariarfu m rne g rt r.tr Mother t'epinghi. ilia, ay Idjar A. Ouetl ( .. . z AMERICAN Jrfj -r 17 0 l I i Alt AticAM aviLIAmj , I'll i - gu N. i j25cxrsmMOAiioif . j . 1 - : rvr Husbani and I TO LKAICNM OK KIT'S. OUT. ClIAI'TKU XXII I aprang up from thn couch to welcome Tom He kltand rim, asked If I had been lonely, then exclaimed : "Whew ! American beauties! who 8 your friend, Hun"" "Aren't they perfectly lovely!" I replied "Mr. Ciundell gent them, wamit It nil of him?" "Ye- but why ahould he gend you flow era " "llereg tlin curd; read what i.e avB." I anawere.l, really aurprlae.J that Turn didn't uppear mors pleated "So thev were to lakv my plu., were they? Well 1 would ruthnr ha would keep hie flowera 1 Huppune now you'll have to wrltn rind thank him for them. And then" "Why, Toin1 atnitV yo.i glad ha aent them? Yuu act rroaa, .you're not Jealotia: "Jealoua! why ahould I be? But Rue 1 don't like tha idea. I'm tlrrd. l-a'l'a go to bed." I amllud to myaelf aa I thought "ha la Jealoua, the foollah hoy.'' 1 Tom lU'fuaraj III Cunfldonixv I had aald nothing to Toni about the biialDraa which had liept him out, but the next morning at break -foat I aaked: "Aren't you going to toll mn any thing about the business you and Walter and Mr. Cran.leil are con alderlng? 1 am en interested." Thnre'a nothing to tell yet" Tom anawered ahortly. "Yon will tell me though If ym decldn to do anything" I pleaded. "Oh. I Biippoae ao! can't you nee I'm worried, Hue, and that your questUm annoy me'.' Home lan't a linalnea place, ami I don't intend to make It one " I thought of, Helen, w hat she had Music aald about Walter, f wondered If I ever could be aallfle. not to know auvthlng about my htiahund'a affair, to Just accept what he gave ma and gay nothing. Tom hud an id ho waa worried, well I waa worried too. In spltn of the warning Tom had given I waa In debt, Till la how It happened : I ha. I ordered chicken, and when it was delivered 1 wan out. Then aoon uner neither I nor the boy could make thn correct charge. I called the butcher up und explained ami he had tald : 'Never mind. Mm lUndull I'll send you a bill thn fust of thn c ABE MARTIN J Miaa lawn l.ippinc i; at.irted f have a hand. mie thrlat ma gft laid away t day when aha dtatov ered It didn' coat enough. iiomekWw It alti happeriB that folk mho CTy iV ouuiua aro ou:loaen. Phantoms of the Desert rent of thut money lluviland colleot cd I felt might) mean anout It." "Well, I think that would have hern horrid of ou. I gueaa t am en titled to d.iiik conalderalion !" 1 scolded. "Yea. Hue. I'm going now," and he hurried nwuv. When alone, I commenced to fig ure. I didn't nn- how 1 waa to pay that meal hill for Ihe luat three week, and also pay for what we or dered. Suddenly I remembered a grocer who hnd solicited my patron age, urging' mn to open un account with Into I won Id do that, then use th money 1 dally paid for gro ceries to even up the meat bill. Of enure I'd have n grocery bill at tha ehil nf thn mouth; but ho had bagged my trade, and probably would wait; while l wa afraid to ak th butcher to let hla hill go, aa Tom often nrnppcd In there and bought Hiirrin Utile thing. Tomorrow Vlvlnn Morton call. month!" and taking advantag of hla willingno to trtiat me 1 hud paid for nothing I had ordered of him line Yet In nplto of the fact that Tom hud given mn my entire allow ance, uhiiuI; l hail nothing with which to meet thla bill. 1 had apent It for other things. Itohhltig IVtcc to Igy Paul. After lirnakfiiat Tom gave me my allowance. I could en that hla aul ary waa urtlouchnd. He hud not yet cnt hl mother her 1. "Will you jiecd to nnd your mother th 110 thi month. Torn? on know she had half of that Air. Huvihiml got for you." "Irdeed. ,1 ahall aend It Bunt and If wn hadti t owed that Installment fellow, 1 shouldn't have taken a A KniiBu farmer I Ihe Inventor of a vertical windmill emulating of four anctlona of a cylinder mounted nn a thrift und cloning to reform th cylinder when the nil .1 1 atxtionary. "" 1 ' 1 II ttn - 9 w i trrn i rw r Is Essential BUY THE "OLD RELIABLE" Kurtzmann 'Featured in Our Greatest Christmas Sale i For Seventy-One Yean the stcrlinp; worth of the Kutrzmann riano has so imprrt'-J it.tplf upon the American people that the Kurtzmann La known everywhere us "The Old Reliable." , The beautiful, sweet tone, the handsome lines, and the skilled, conpeientiout work manship that characterizes every Kurtzmann make it a preat piano. We lime sold thousands of Kurtzmann Pianos and KUttrantec them fully. WE SELL KURTZMANN PIANOS FROM $465 TO $915 PAYMENTS ARRANGED TO SUIT. CALL OR WRITE TOisA.CgiA, 417 SOUTH MAIN Mange I1IS-SI14 A. el. C1UTU Managrr. c Bennle'i Notebook Ijiat li,. I... rti.nuay iiiornirg i t. nw putlen leather J in ataru-.l to wawk paa' , ,, aea Iiiiiim johi f,)r tlln , klurv Waiku.n '-.- . , . . "i an Wa:km. top ntep all ilrit,e, up a ,' ''' either jit coining h.ima warn or jeat going mi ,,; ' "j- "itf pntty all rite, ami ' ""'' ing paat, aaylng, u,i ,,,, , ' ' " you going out I "' ' Hood moniliig, no , home. .,! M.irv Wm U. ' ' .mln keun on liiukina a,f,, "' Ulliallona un.l l . .... . . 1 m IMIIlllltf llll tl,U . . . ' ".'till I'll you wunt lo take . .. . .'' "' afilriieer aftor dinner'.' ' " I limit know. 1 run. , . nell. Willi t,.ti 1 1. lri with new l. t.wn hlmc ."' ,', Ing an woiideifill, n.l he t-,.i,a"J. lawk bv Juiiili.K in m ,,. " und pruty .nii he ad , ,,r , . " kin, How would jmi :i ,,, '' u li.iuL ,.f,..- a, kg ' T (O ? ' ,11 iik. Maybe, perhaps, 1 ,1,.. Henriy asked im m... sli, Jeat then Sam CrnP in new yell. i ahm-a, not grate, and he at.iol then Vf. AM un niik x ao then he ai,. lo- t wawk thi aftirnoon, UiV do you wunt to? ), oe-hlv, 1 sec. Pud Jean asked Hie ton Watklna well, huff to K Wit h ahe did, and I M-d i.e an taking n w ill uu. "'V and I Mn-Y I'l rvm . ' g'ii. tttWK anmit muck t tune a wawk w Ith h , "ii men: her if ah., p.n I i:ii.-- t!. :llnKi. Sam (,,., I gev e!,e 'hirks Neither would I 1 in her. nlnve, ne.l rod Sinikin Bed 1 am mo, she, can take ,i wawk wuu. herself if aim wunt to take a wank And I went home for din r 4rt rile afllr dlnnlr I wawked erroimrl to Mary Watklnaea, thinking tnlte be walling for me nml uim ,i i 1 meet but Pud Slmkln. me Mv. Ulg, Hello Puds ware yoi fAinir' and Pud and. O noware np.rih.l I thawl mnybn Id take a wawk nut t thn park, and I ne.l, Sn dl. I, tha-s wut 1 thuwt. And Jetl :hc;i wnntrr" tied errouriil the rot tier Imt Sam Croaa, Buying he was j,.tt inking wawk by lilniaelf. And w.. ul; i,r . ed to wawk out lo thn park ,,, and wen we pasged Mary Wi'klnsn house nhn nm m-Mlng b. Inn, I the purler window, we a'l upp.-l our huta proud anil wawked rl'e prtat aa If wn dldent cure weaihrr eho waa there or not. Q The Horoscope "The inn Initllna, hm do net rmrpi!" Monday, IlixxniilM-r !, IQiv. Vraniia rule Btrongly f..r gooit to. day, according lo aa-rology, Thn away niakra for fair lin k to thoie who have vlaion and Hitiem-e. All Ihe planetary Influence ap pear to combine loward the harmon Ixlng of difference In fainilna ar.d among na:Iona, but aurprie.r.g evenm are to disturb the I nlted siatei within a few we.-k. It la propheaied that 1!:o wii! bring to the front ninny hitherto un known rnon and women, for thus w.it be fulfilled the prediction thai ,! who have led and ruled uuiv cp way to those who belong to the nc era that haa dawned over b.uoJ etiilned hattieflelda. The evening of this duy In not i lucky time for lover aa V. tms l.t he' to have power to disturb the Julj merit and decolvo all who un) nun r. tlhle to romance. Persons whose blrthi'.ale It 1g mar expect an aotlve year In which than are many change. Those w.'io urt ernplnveil will benefit. Children horn on thla day nre Ilk' ly to bo extremely gifted. Tin te i"il Jects of Capricorn nre nf.i n ti.ven ora or promotora Saturn is Uitir prlnctnul ruling tilonet. , turr-libi, Uli, at lin krtJurt Nmorar titc:-r i ONE PRICE The Lowest Price in United States NO COMMISSION On Piano Sales i