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TULSA DAILY WOULD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2(1, 191!)
Ii.llhfd rr, Mnrnlnf Itialudini fXmilar BV the WOULD PUBLISHING CO. KUMKM? I.ORION... r ( LARSON' OTItf LnHTOS t A I.ATTA Oenar and r'lhlllh.r llti.mni. Manaiar Ma'.ai"f duor ( f K lll.irn. w'riiar fstarad In thn Ttbat Pnalafflr ill IV'nnrl I liu vrxiBKR or Arm r ih'Rcai' or c itu i i n N Mrtivii or Tur ahkh1 ' vmi riiKiti Tha Aaaurlttail 1'riu ii mi- ! t nliti'l t lor rapub ii-ai'or. of a' Jit ilni.atcliaa rrailu! t II or nnl nlhfru. rreitnail In Ihn .,.ai "! ' leel ai p u t' l had hi nln HlBSi li.'l-TIOMIMTt H - DA l!.T ASD SUNDAY i If IIOITHtlO ,' ,M) 1 !.'. Month ti '' . . . .171 in, a alipilh DA 1 1 t ONLY: Pleural. ii IX"""1" . . S Ml Thrae V.ieltn II "- 1 7 On Muulh 80 rd'NbAY ON IT: Dome"!" IMmialla t VI "Ii Mmill a ... ' !' Vhi . , III Month! Sit Yr . , il Vtopih . On Tair 81 CADItim IN II I." . HIM) Sl'IlP-"-'. hKNDil.l. and ur i) rim K I 1 7 o no fr Vnntli, in A 1 v t nr a r Y"ar in A,a,ri. ivriMi.E sky 1'iin nurbcnov or tmk ti'i.ha Daily ami hi simv mmi rmi nir. mdmii OK Nll CM'tr.U I f I U WVIKM I. K. K H-i.ll r it ' u'i in, minster. .In anlainn'T ' lhl Inn atrragr i,n a.l mm illn el THa Hai't "' rndf Wurbl lor lli imiiilh of V" ml'r I'HJ, 34. mi. io ii, ln.i ol m tnea.a.l:; id I.e. hi r. y. tK'o'rr. rirriilallmi !' rMn'r.t.nt an.i .'ir.i b"'..' mt 'o id "' '' canihor. ni'i JIAIIKI, Kyi. N.ntrr I'uuilr. V- - r.,.'tr. u.lnl.ir 17 1 .' I I'HONK 6000 l()H ALL DHI'A KT.M ICNTS ( Daily Biblical Quotation KI(IIV, IIKCII.MiiHI M. I9I. Th Lord hath anointed in in preach good tiding mil" il"' meek, h ha'h sent me to " Ufi (Ik. hrokon-hearlrid, lo proclaim liberty In Hi" cnptlvrs, Hint lln opening of llm prisons to Ihcm that arc hound. 01:1, Jckiin. Invrr of my mull, lil imi Hi thy tinMiiiii fly, W hila I hi 'HKihtc IiIIUiwii mil. V hllo tlitt ntiiiiiinl nllll In lilisli. IIkIk hip, i my Hiivlniir 1 1 1 I . Till tlm iilnnii of llfo In miI; Hnfi' lulu tlm luvrli rulili'. Oh riH'nlvo my duiil Hi lt. To proi'litlm lh itcrrplitlilo yi"ui" nf the lord. nd thai liny of vriiKfauim of our (luril; hi nini fort all tlutt ninurn; to Hppnlnt unto ttiani that mourn In 'Ann. to k'vk upon to thum lioauty for . ajihtMi, thn oil of Joy for iniiiirnlng, and ttia rr manta of pralae for the Rplrlt of huttvlnraa, la. 42:2-3. , i Tha flnlian cablnat ha bfcn iflvnn a vot of eonfldrnea hy the Italian pHrllamnnt, It muat b nlra to hava a cublnft llkn that, Tba.XDfAa City Hlar tulk atiout Viiv "flooil Ing the artracta with liooao on tlm wvat alilft." Wi know a vlllasn har they know much hrt tar how to hundl It at thla ar-amm ot lha yaor. Attornay (Irnrral Palmar aaya ha "lnoka" for drop In til" roat of llvhij; anon afior th ft rat f thn yeur, bocim atntlatlca ahow that prlfaa Iwaya decline a little about that tlma. Thla la keen dlaappolulniant. Wa had undaratood the rnaral to aay a few daya ago that ha waa fulng to "force" prtoae down. IS IT TO UK BflYAW AOA1.NT It ha become a hnhlt to think of William J. Rryan aa a preaplantlal randUluta, anpaclHlly ut thoaa tlinra whan the atar of damocrary aapaara to be aattlng. Thla habit, wa aunpai-t, acciiiinta . for aom of the auagaetiona that the Nebraska treD.tlema.il la In traintng for another rare. There la, however, more to It than thla. A few days Mco the Rentlemnn emerged from hla retirement, Journeyed forth to the national capi tal and there ttnlhen d about the featnl board a Very large number of democratic eenatori. Whether the trip waa on tire Invitation of th aanalora In a matter for hitereatlnif ".peculation, but la not altngrUier germane. One or two thing have hnpponed alnce that dinner. First and foremoat, the aenatora began to talk about adopting the peace treaty without awaiting1 ordere from the white h6u. And Mr. t'nclerwooil, the opponent of Mr. Tlryan'e old enemy. Senator Hitchcock, for minority leader hip. lril In the tnlkltip. The prcanliVt h:nl Just aahl that h hail apoken the holt word coiicirnlnir the treaty. Thla win taken to men'ii Hint tlie nilmlnlatratlon wna pre piired to illo In Hi" In-m lir of oppoaltlnn to'any reaervatloim. A number of dcmocrutlc aetiatorM let It lie. knowTi that they did nut rormlili r them etvcri bound by the wl.the of the white hoiian. Aiid thn rcpnrta went nut that new h.-inila were lit work on n alnccre effort t" tr:n It a compro- mlp nn i tiient nn the treiity, Thi In It.'clf iit cti"",) icci en r i '! I v. Kverv- ' body wondered what hul li.i ppeoed. Nobody, It ! aei ni". thnuebt i.f'atl.n liinc much Importance to I Colon 1 Hi a ii m Kit I Tut the nlli.-r I -i v the cnlniiela lifla wel,ly ' p.ij er i nine mil. Then It been, pnall.lp (,i j put tuo nn I Cm. top-'her wl'h ie.ni.nubl.' an- aiirnnee ih.ii the ietit won: I I,,, fniir The Colo, i ne a Hi :,. .i,.r Ii:ih I.e. n r.nlnr lovn! t,i the 1 admin i".itttiion and ( ! iciie h"l.. The Litest Iksu,, . t,ii'..li l the r.-etv.i in,. .i.i. ,ti.i calla for ' r,i- ;i. i r t.tiuii r. of I!... i jv rl .i, s ,foKuril- ' DiK I e,en :itii.,K. i,tu uifiv 1 1 . . , .,p h,,,. ffi;r be ked out of ,,. u.n xr,. Tin! thit is not .,:i. ii'hirw... t, pn,fr l. filled wi'h leitr, (,,,, ;,,!,.,!,, fr,,.,,,!, ,.,,,. Ured nil owi the te,,tit,,, , ir,mr the colonel ' to once more I. a l putty to vietot, Vbv not ? COtlHlder ire I, s ., r j Houae. Hernrd: vl - , ,. ,,, ,,,,,.s,, thtiNiiiain like 'T" t:ie," :,x ,, It a pot an attr.i. v. 1 , nomlriHtlon next fr1. I i . , f!Kht from the V h (f ,,, , happetia. l'.ut ui I I i . i make difrn-ha tah' n. t'Tii t , : i.- I il.fn,.u.v. tin. , pe, i.-d " '. d . I w , !, H nilrnlnliilrutloii, 11 a true. Hut he gull, either he (mine hn wua out of a i n .l I Ii y with It, or ha waa kit-Hull out lieciiuae It waa out of (ynipatdy with him. Would ho ba compilleil to fight for Wilaonlain, or would deinoci ai y an epl him fully iin tli iititllhuHla of WIInoiiIhio? The iiielon lit a pretty otie. Ho aure lire the wIik oiu i Hint thia IH whit In liMlipeiiinif, Hint o i . j I 1 r 1 t. curlonity la tniinl fentiol it to uhHt thn ('.iliiiiel'a tnaije will he. 'I hut hn would .oiti writ pride to Tlrne'a JiihII flinlmn of I. In flnam ml theory In M'Jit la ante Hut higher prlrea wna Hie populnr ili-mand In I Hint laiwer prlcea will be Hie ,.,Milnr Uiimaiid j iii tao I Chi the colonel iiukii Hiher peifnrni both I W 11 V , Is I III v Mt ) I II? That (ippeim in he Hie iiiellon .oii. Tucker Hl!' .ika In liia ohaenatlona nn Kuropean con j dlllona. 'Ihero are ampin reinntircea In Ktirep" I If the iialiniiM will re M.il.hih friendly i . I o,ir,tive relntlona. One Ii.,m fuel iii Ktone ,,. , otiiir lite. ui mid nnother clothlnv l"t : ih:ifue with ude.jimt,, t r:i ndportii t l..n w Inter p. c,l ' ll lulu, th" I I old. 'til I And whv pot? I If Hie MHf In Inilifd oMT, till ll the miulUT J the hotline)! eiiKi tidered by It Ih f nKolten Hie I belter for nil i om rrtie.l. If llm w:ir h owi, i lleriimny muat be permlttid to m.ika the niont of both her oppui lunlHi and old lu llonn, She In riei:eaary to nature the cioiioinlc world to ita biihitne. If the w ur la i.ot nir. then put tlm nrmlea to win k liiiil h tn finish 'Hie grueaume bualneaa. I'or iiutlonn to lontli.u" JealntiN of one nnnther; for nil to continue to Indulge w.ir p.ialoiia to wiirda the (lefiiile.l pnwtra, la to continue the war anlmiMxillea nnd aerloiia effects Indefinitely. The ilvilleil world demnudad the dCKtnicllon of the lei inn i) dynamy. Thn (ieriiiHn peoide ovrrlhrew ll ami act up a form of popular gov ernment, li K reed la uvory ileninnd m'ulii by the pence (onfereiice, find expreseed deal re to be t iimn nyaoclHied w ith the other n op of tho wot Id In I ecoiiNlructitiK whtit luul been lorn itim u. If the purpohii a to alwnya keep Hie (lertimn people tiniler aiirvclllatice na enemleaiof mankind, then the other natloua muat prepuro for hiMivy and perpetual rxpoiiaca. The point muat bo de cided, - Here In A mot lea we like the man who can and dona reaent an tnault quickly, punlahea Ma aaaallanl, and then forgets about thn matter, holding no grudue (lur political battlea nre fought along lhat line. Pilch a mnu iloea not go about twitting his lale adversary, lie watches him alertly. Hut If he iliowi evidence, of de cency no stona la thrown in hla way. The victor la ruriHolous that he ran lick him again If It beconjea naoeaaairy. A little of iJlnt aplrlt In International nff.ilia wluld help. HAS JJJftlKIDFXfK AM Kyi IVAI.KNT? We llnk not. II r. I.loyd (Joorge, In stilting thtr CaWe of Ireland to the Kngllsh parliament, prmcaaed hla Inability lo account fur the atnle of mind prevailing lit Ireland. "Ireland, ' lie said, '"waa never so prospermia aa now, yet she waa never an out nf sympathy with Hrltisli rule." Wa think tlm last word eaplalna much. Uncial 'inslttict and ambitions are planted deep In hu man nature. The tenacity of Ihe Irish Idea la one of the remarkable IhliiK lti hlalnry. Thn Irish people do have a good government. They have protection from foreign Bjtgrcsalons. They are secure In tho possession of their accumula tions. They are proaperoua. They are a part of a great world power. Why should they not be happy and contented? They are dependent.. They am a subject people to a forrlirn race. They are not the iiuih tera of their omn destiny. And thetefute they are willing to suffer and die rather than submit. Human nature la eolatmatlcal. it probable that given Independence and neighborly equality the I rlali republto would come to lcaji on Rut land aa Ita next friend. In time the two would become the best of friends. Hut In thn relation, ship of master and man they ran nevrr he. And after all what la to be salj in f.iw.r of forced subjection of a proud people? If the Irlnh reopln appro'ijninln unanimity In their desire for Independence from Hrltlnh rule, thon we can discover nothing n the recently nuthor Ir.ed versions of political economy Justifying Hup. preaalon of that racial ambition by sheer force Mexico remains Independent, why Ireland a dependency? Cuba la a free and Independent suite, w hy should Ireland, lhat ha curb lied Hie blond of almost every race and contributed a- nlghtlly lo the renown of Albion, remain subjeit to another. The Irish problem, we msIM, is one far Kng land and Ireland to solve Hut even No we do not think I.loyd Onitrr wna etiiit. ly dKlni;eiliiiK when he prof i 0M.llVI(. M-:V4 I'HIN r Mil Ismv The Lik papers of the country hue compiled 1 i....rfn imi i,, ,,1,, , t; with the lequeat of tfie house commi'tee tha ' , ;i ,.tt,,. down s. nie di, tu k 'ow iubllhets iimserve news print for si inorHis 'I bit ''fe i- 'nniu than mo,.e, , In most . h:. rac'ei Istic ,,,,, The New Ti.ik U. it h limine. o, .!, b. low i .. .i.-, not Iiiou ..ituiK hell"," impels announce that ihelr Kur I iv fH"' w.l! heresfter cost tlm lender HI c. t .- , , u' '' ' ' " P'-rhapa. a we i ;.. tn 1 1 . luiH- ib'w n Ihe hki-s Hut there Isn't a word about iel,i, mg the That tt'O- cn-i 'i n n . n ' uinnoi b number .f pages Ihe only wiv In w Ji . I, new l'aid out i." not, like ,, .m-,- print ran actually be conaerv.-d of .vre f W'.- I! put . , ., : .:, s :, w , pilttlneT M the t'rlce r uDs In curt.v!:ii.i- rircu- Ai-d lav .! i ur !s on th h Ives. latio,, some, why Ihe,,. tl be .,.,...r, ..,,.. , W . . .. . " o.ol "ur pay viol Ii'i.l I.'" j.., th.its in out.c'v, s Hi. it ex, !. ( f emirs the pllb'o' ' ' I hn, lie, ,,,, H1,r I :," h lld'O e to. '. e I!,. I ' " ' b, . 1.1 .1 ... I' , .. i I I Ami I it M mean t: t:,. r is ,; , ... ... t , ; ..., ,.r., t 1 lie to W .s'i tli'll s it ,, , , ,-'., id b', i, I. 'I he "IM-lli v t.l.it ,t.. , .,rn w sc. olid I'shlt.lT thetr y....t ni.ic.'o, I:.:.. , . ,,,.,,.,.,,, em it!" r pn Id, -he i " hut ' . , .,., ., , . v , . v T'i. ! i. , '' I- lit, h..a n c ..- .bath r.Vnmt " " """' H 1 'i i.t u id- a bai.py inati. Il- t . II, ulciis! , C Oklahoma Outbursts ) ifere's wlahinii you thn aaino, and sonio mote. No matter how carefully you witched your step, llm iy after always makes you feel If you had slipped somewhere. HeiM'of (lain hiiM taken dcaaion to deny to hla holm down people that he ifnve Owen park In TuNii ivn i a.p't Imitiiinii how audi a story K'd nT.nted. - Veati-r.ljy'a n. i.,,n of the Hit and Snt eluh ; waa taken up wnli a diicuniot, and tleacrlptlon j of Hie tmua alnU of drink different mem ! beta nie, t Know nboui. You mav I li In k what you plenaa of Mayor lluM.ard, the l.achanua NnH.inal and the Mr I I ViMnnii hankn In (he ordinary affair of life, but ti muff be inniedej that they kmiw how : Iii m lo t t'hilatinua cicala. A yoitnif Tiilna mun who never could make up ; h.i. mind which of two Kills In the old homo i iimn hn Ilk' d In at, im inivv In a w orne ijiinndary ' Ih in ecr. Ti,,, ii, udlea tA together and mad up a Jo nt rhiin'maa boa fur him. ! Thn uinal cPije rhrlklm.iH a'nry we ham read i i be i line of a Hnpulpa man w ho prion a notice ! that he will not be leaponaifile for any hllla mad" I", b:i wife .ifler llicelnber '). Hlln l one of lie " nlm did not attend to t'hrlatmas shopping The pi Ice put on a piece nf jjnund for a mil- t 'Hi athleilo field in Munkouoe by Stenator Hwen la lionun And he te!N the cottiinlttea that while he u . rutin In the en pn city of lulled Siaiii aniwiinr for f 7 . ." I per annum a con odeiiibln financial amriflen nine,, it re.pilrea omeililiiif like $ I .'') a year In IW" In Wimli. Io'o. he riifinol M-e any lenioio why he ahould eve ti, ti,,, ,.iy 'prnperlv I. el. .union to hla wife and Hi li u ll t t The eomnntten aeema to hive made hu mini ike In m.t iballna: Willi tlm trip) owner ' (Barometer of Public Opinion Hoard tabic llUliarmnnr. Iiocior liarfleld'a realKtiB t on ns federal fuel conimlnidoner testifies lo his i nnaNtency and fidelity i,j the policy wl,, h he Had adopted. It also cipono niorn fully to Hn puhlle view Mm ri Kieltable ilmhlrmoriy that developed In the IImoii adniiniMiraiioii in dealing with Ihii fuol CIIMhl. Tlui MkcllliiMNl. When a ratification resolution, backed hy the vote ()f h majority of both parties in the senate, reaches) the executive table t in not likely the preanicni win return, to situ lie will not wish 10 have hla name hear throiiKh all time Mm ntiKtmi of havltiK killed bin own i li 11,1 rather than have miy other hand aw a thn ll. New ork Tribune. annul 1ji. Hea power niiiy he lodged more and morn In the luthler mid fniiier htp and In aircraft, rather than In the old floating fort rees. Thnt 11 the puis I a for tomorrow. Yet whatever form era power take tho I'nitail state cannot afford to la sC behind. If nations remain competitors n land and sea we inunt he an alroiiKly armed for that competition a any possible, rival Is New York Tribune. l:uro Alnnc. I'roni now on Kuropc must go it alone In Ita post-war program. Moth France and Ureal Hritain realize thla and are preparing for It. After many weary month II hue dawned upon Kuiope that while the l ulled Klatea stands ready lo assist a,ny country In tlm world unjuatly op prcsssd, It will slaiui by the venerable yet sound Injunctions of Washington and Jefferson no foreign enlanuleineat.1. New Vork Herald. InJurloiiH strikes. Hlrtkes undertaken handily and wllhout ada- HUate caue In non-essential Industries react ln- quale cause in non-essential Industrie, react In- i I, l ii,. . , aiVT : .i '' '""V 'nua seem , remember lhat J was very1 Nothlnar more was said anent 'lv to help tha ao-called solldai lty of labor and to!v,llln v.r n..t.,,.,.n.H . ilan Morton Inn I en,.l,l'. h.i promote "olas cnnscbiusness." Hut strike In essential Industries like coal mlnltiK strike at thn well helni; of all labor, its well aa of the whole community, Instantly and by losses of work and wnues that can never be recovered, whatever ma, be the uitimale K"ln to tin strikers - New York World. What of like Ijiw? The striker have won their wage Increase and l la not grudircd them. It will he even welcomed If there (toes with ll a rteclmnn whether iihi miner were wuiitn ineir rivnt in saving lo , II.. ...il.'l., "I.'....-.... ... Ml ....... ' O.I. i ....... "Whether the p fteer.es or not the mineral. will hot relent - II mav not be unlawful to have such sentiment, but It ouuht to be unlawful to conspire, in niase siien sentinienis rrr. ctive. thh atiike prosecution U lost, to the public If there Is not tit lead a declai alioil of the law. whether or not the contempt pcoceedlnga result In the punishment of any conspirators - New York Times. American lxdeitiitrw lldurn. The departure of Secretary I'olk yesterdsy from Paris transform the supreme count ll into an sneaicl it Ion merely reiresenntlve of Kuro pean pillions American pni th Ipation in its de liberation will cense from todi and whatever relation ihe l ulled Hl i'e government may have wl'h It will be .;tr, led on throiiKh Amerlcnn A m Im 'si dm Wall ice. The withdrawal of the inei ii n ii o'l.iuiiioii iioni iiii noiiv wtlicti lor i so man, tnonn lns been sctniim tlie rate or the w ot Id brlntt to a clos,. an epoch In Amerl inn hlstorv h se nli inate algnlflc i nee can be deter, nil m d only l y Hie more matuie Judgment of the future. Huston Tiansirlpl. Start Iiik Austria. Starving Austria has no remaining Industries, no t e m a 1 u I u i; taw materlnl, to produce, any necess.it lea for her own people or to produce at, thine that cm be eaehnnged with other countn. s for nee s.irb Starving Auirl has li.i credit nn, while nil earth with which to ar rsnii.' for stiinmenls of tood to her needy nnl autferli t Starving Austria has no liimiey with which t" Inn fond.' thnimh it mlaht kie at her miv tool. stamiiii Ausiiia his no frlond:y tieighboi to i x'i nd a helplntr hand Starving Anstiia bis no ot iniitioii, military or civil, tn hrniir oi li , out or . Ii n.-., before men. women and iht.itten are dviiitf b- the tllousinds for lack of tin lend wnl'li tn our own I'nltes Htate ,, ' h.iv. In in abundance lti om pi I a h!e This job i UP to the lilted lilies New Yolk Hull. I M I More Pro jfV e"v oivOic Jay of k&sl 1 ' ru. "put Y0U' lk ' ' WAMT JtaM la eW NaHeaal Bseatllssai Husbani andl Jane Phelps (MIAPTEK XXVI. (TltlOSItV ro-KUMNti IV JAN MIIUX).V. her or me. 'ivjilv tenra-v ....... j Oooe this atory of the bea-lnnlnu- ilevoted lo or my married life sound sordid? Mp aeema Uo I aenm a sclflah hearties cren' I'Hed lamely used to life and resoonsiTdlliv. i little Jealoua Dftentlmea as I look back It seems i "f her. How waa it possible that to me that a country kIH, brouuht after know lnir her, Tom should up aa 1 waa where HvIiik la :i Mruc- jhave , hoHen me? Kle, never having traveled, knows leaa of Ihe ylt.il matter of llfo than the veriest child of the cities. tne IllOrUlllLP As I lucked the IS I had coaxed I alter lo lutnn if . . . t rom away, I remeniliered that ceptcd t once, igo I had resolved to nak htm over tho Idea ',u' V M'Tton and hla Crandell nain. Intance With her. Ho I com- in Ko, huite, ' I had swept i. m.i j.., long ago all about acquaintance mence l .A,' ,1 . I l",e "K" !:""', "'" ' na,e,.,u a ..ow , ,, K ,,, orn-rmir Oh, a long time!" he replied riowers at the clirnei' Duly Zoc worth, but they Just gave Ihe' little touch needed to the living room. The beer came, Tom 'paid the hoy, then wo hurried through dln- carelessly, "T met her my, first year in college. Her brother w'na n chum of mine, and she often visited him. Naturally I met her." "You knew her pretty well, didn't nor I waa yooT She culls vmi uom. Yea pretty well." "Were you in love with her?" I persisted. What a little question box you ere. Hue!" Tom laughed but I no ticed he had flushed, and I Imag ine hla laugh sounded forced "Hut von were?" I repeated. way. While uresa una aoing table Ton, really waa very helpful when he wanted to be. ' My, but yon look nice!" he said wh.n 1 reappeared. I'o jmi like "I thought I wan - until K.imct 1 1 h id copied von '- he confessed. "Then It MS of h urdresslug all off." j ta great: i,e v'si'w vx iacm ii i stem. than the wy "But She la so Mnilmimf, ho n')'-jL" ho flattered llsh. and--Bhe In rich isn't ehn." 1 .1 umi then .in, .,1. ... p.. I. ' i i nearu i om greet nir, I love you," he finished, kissing nie I Then "For your wife"' fondly. Then, "Vivian la a very dell aald, aa 1 also went inn, sne ta an inuho.iniiiK. nut Heard Tom lovely girl and I am glad to hive! welcome him. Ton, handed mo the box ha had taken from our guest. When I opened It I blushed with mortifica tion aa I thought of Hie :r, cent nosegay im the living room table. Due again he had bioiiKht me American IP-auty rosea. Tomorrow A gay parly. c 3 ABE MARTIN Hard to I iKlcrlniiiJ. ! Hut whv so patriotic a dcti jcr.il ! and so enlightened a polltti Al pii!!o I soldier a Mr tierard should Hunk I In, can help to lunke and keep the fcmiiiiry fat lor d "no "lac b, tin diiandltii; thn ratification of the Wil son made treaty out Hie dotting of an "I' or Ihe To-sing of a "t" is morn dif'iiult for the oidlnary mind to co 'ip-e loud. Thn two part., of the p !.i! ; o i to 'boi t hang together The 1 .ptoposal neerns to ht!ia sot.i ick 'of I'tistructl, e 'Im.tg. nation ,. lien iclisldere.l 111 C .'tlo'l to th tli'st ;uo mSiiI We ,ai' "o txaii'v low i i ho i mint r) is a ... I - .,1 1 i'i! ."fc for democracy nv : i"H..rlm! and cllnchmw: tlie mo: .nol'i 'ion eini rpitse iif f'Xncutivw a'l'o. racy that the couii'rv , v called ! upi'ii to ii'Mi' It Hie snka i" iij Indi pemlen.e and f.iture welfare. New York Sun. 4 oiiitinni Cinu lii.ioii. T!,- Nn-'li North Carolina civi n. no-il . i i - 1 1 -r wb.re. on a f I'l ,o'.e. the usii.il demo, , a 'I.- mitir.ty if 4 ilc, i ,,r mole Is cut to I. till". f red o'ljhi a Hit- , f th me ii : t if i la r-ow . r- fer Hi' li 'ioiisine " a:d Mr Ti'ford h'l I'M! ' 1 t urn t -he f.irHi.-r cd-lem of the, i;..li.. of white botiM.. .ipp; iKnlsl - 'o's, t .lax " Well, at, H un t ih x ' i -pent uch ii de! iiHi ; ' i ! I'h-is! ' mas as I did iho. .ar I ditnt ? have a co'lar on .CI d i ." sa l Teil I -a ai d now I d to a Hlnkb ,, this mor nln'. New York Tr.l'tni. and More Con l lm KilK0 HDI. There la nothing compulnory In thn KiIkd bill, and thern is nothltiK ai.nut ii which makes 'nlernatlonul tradn safe beyond pera.lventure. The siuveriimenl merely auimintcea, with out Kunrantcn, federal reserve mem ber batiks under thn direction of tho central Institution, may If they wlali boy or discount commercial paper of tha foreiirn trade. The udvunl- Ijou know her. Hut don't get fool-1 bt lhat their operations will riot islt notlona Into your head ahoiil!1'6 under tha realrlctiona which ace I think alio w ill nrob- I proper and nerens.iry In tho caso Urrttv. II.. 1. .. i.,...n of hanks of discount and ilepo.m. ... . . vr . ,. .it. naa ii her years." I niter thla mcarure tliiy wll, nt have to provide longer cicdlls loan 1 permlsaibln to Institnllons which, are In danger If not highly liquid. New York Timet. a nice fellow," I re Iltlmcr MUrht Help. Attorney tieneral Palmer mlRht promote ptiluction and help tjon siimmnte bin program by prvriecut ililt all labor leaders who are found liiterferlnaT with thn proiluctioti or transportation of food and fuel. twItiKn when I thiuixht I'nparitlon. I hud been very busy all day. In I ha, I SMltC, I ll...in i.n.l li'nrlh,,pnnrri 1... .. . I , I, I u.,..n..I I...... over Ml,.. hH I i Jb. '.,f,.i .n, ... n'i. i" ui""" Uidh n nil niunrg in u. 1 1 III and had rather raved atltutions connected with tho pro- of mooting Kvorett ductlon or distribution of food or More so than was fuel. Mr. Falmer'a plun la all right I ihouuht. us fttr llfl It goea. It In hoped that It and dusted the en- 'IH aecompltsh even more than Is To,,, had a little contemplate. New York Herald. to ho,v It. Then VWint HIhmIc Island Sat. Thn Ithode Island legislature Ua (loi lurod lhat as the prohibition amendment ijpprlve the statie of poweia guaranteed to them from thn .beginning, it la "contrary to thn spirit and system of the dual form of government erected by tho con safe for a time any I wua chinning my my Hair over, Tom stitution, and Instead of being a arranged the Uiahea we should need i proper amoudment of thn conxtttu for tho rarebit on thn dlninn room ' tlon, Is deatructiv) of it. New Y.ork World. Heart This One Twice. Wife Ferd, I'm Just dead In lovn with this new dress, but don't you think it in a little tight around 'the bottom ? Hubby Yes. and I think It I a my hair this way?" Vivian Morion s elvle much more becoming you have been dolus httle tight around the feet, too Za,- Oo-Zlg Prints. thn door bell ran,; and krreet Mr. t'landell. C Mr. L'r an- The Young Lady Across the Way ii t laisnr.l If, ml covenant i''.- The jcirtK Isdy ncrua the way of i " i ' -' ' i'1'in.or I,..,' ickv iik'.a- si, im... i.f i',.. sieel ui.mig nr. chlr'Ven dinner. NntHi l a oiim, all'pieke'ad and thi seem mote liu- ' Yll ttiay get th'" oblf'- common I'oucl'ixbin -.iv;i:. than barbed wire and Jurt aa dipnar, but you'll never gt i bnrd to climb. Q Bennies A'pf feppN Veatldday some man went .M ringing door bell. ,, HUM bottle, ot Derf.t,,., t pel., and 1 quick rat. l a to be the one. t ,. . " wen h. ran , our hdi. w i, ami he gave me a ie, , ' petfume,prfuine ncrvw,., !'" a drop fo. drink eve,, I '' talst good to me Jest uu: HI get you a dunk ,.- , Wleh I oi.n.l, . ', ' ' r' I aaj kitchen ami did, and t. ,. ..... ? up without atoi t. . " " ' tied, Have you got cm you ilont wunt, mister? i-.i) I v I'O'.Ua, I uont wunt my of th, , ... , . ter of fack. heora a W"V ,.' """ for you, sed the man v . mo 7 more, making , ,' ' , 1 Kal uch Rood perfume j:, ,'" '"''" wllhout even takmit ti '' and wen you took in.. K couldont hidn smuin.... ..' 11 ' thawt, I know what l;i ,, oine on every bod v. h nd i 'I Mil aeprlzn them. "i.i u I. ii t 'i i. j, j ti Wlcln I did, opening ,i:r '"Wft, -Ta ou aiirinaeiitiK :i ma's hankerchlffa ;m dlaea and t on pops on man not needing so miiv And nftlr aufipir I w.-. . salting room slid stand lha l.tuL. In i "' on '''I il4. ' lilt llf t I vi fniiia 'i' m tlta o look ,', ... ......... ,,, , paper M. M . n auvlou li. ...... . . . " '"li .. '. "oi"., jini ithl. t e) any v ounce put eiiythlnii j,, ro draw, did you '.' I"I lita. UWy, ma.J.d. aid , ., ,ny. lid I mell rnylhlni;? r,; L a voice UN If aha had . i ,i,.,.i . i ... - " ......... ... ,, r . the smell, evcrvthln . 0 ." with It. w.lev.rit la, ,y,,1( slmnly frlteflll 1 only pirt it on thn h.,,,ker.hiff, ma, I and and ,,m n,. ti,. it , you. w-ell for soodnlss sake , ,"' of stuff Ih it. for mir.ey kn1 ...ein or the lese, t jierl,,',;,. . H sanmla 1..1,1.. i ... . in iui iii-vviii sake. 1 1 1 v BrayahlsH. Wich j,st the came in mad Inoklnu, suit a lot of terrible atindlli,..' bewro draw. wa!H I he n" . ; Aak Henny, be put y,,, too, ho a-iys Ita called in, K Iniaa i;!.i(l-l:i Tin-re's If Hi III V 'K "f ll " in miii" ll nf t(. ti i, si'ii mil. .pi, , M n .j, "'" os loom iw II.M wtho mlach.ff .a lh,H sunk in";, "roth of the denert cmled ma Wat? War, Nl4B can 1 go out. ma? a' The Horoscope "j i- lii itarx InHlun, ,U llo . c,,mJ 1 Villa y, I(-mlMr i, lulu. This la not a fnrtunai. a... ... corning to astrology, Jupiter. Ve,,. aspect'" " " "rU :" ""ll"'c I hiring this away forebodlni:. . , likely t obsi'ga thu imiiil nil, I tl, ,",," "lua maiio to appear tntv aclng. it la likely to he an unlucky rid for all lines of busltiesa, ,,,!,. p,, iniiurncixa or tho planem are cole duclve to los of loiirt.t.oi. .. While gloomy prospects nmv t'1 upparent to thosn who ate sensimt to occult Influences, the seers iliir,ai that great Hiiiiks are In th,. mtkirg for the I'nited Mtates. Ihirlng the transition prore-n from the old to Iho new era of Hip nniMi devoloinient all that Is Hn. wrn In iiumauity Is likely to be lironsht mo surface and thla H held tu 1 most salutary. Crimea of every sort which nntiir. any multiply at this run., wid t Vigorously dealt With In the now year, but it will not i -e until tnaaot Ita end that condition will apj.mr to be mora satisfactory. One of thn signs of the time ' l ne an access of Felflshness at.il t apparent rorgetruiness or the ;..nt;i taught by the war and for tin tci son Individuals Hhould , "i i- th strongest dlHcipllne over their wrutu ImptllHCH. All who desire to seek new pern- tlons. promotions or change for tin new year should defer action, a the Bun ta In a most forbidding ni-ped. It la not a favorable swn, for lev affair. A later wedding day wlJ be luckier. f A sudden elurnn In the buying or women'a apparel and of In n i.-n :ht appeal to feminine taste is b.n shall owed and thi la not the uai,il re. action after Christmas shnppim: th aeers declare. reraona whose birtlnbiie it I' should iiard against losses an t be ware ot accidents In the coming cr Much activity la bunlnc." iiffaiia " Indicated. Children born on this day wi: bt energetic hikI Industrious but tli! sub.lecla 6f Capricorn air llkeiv li b extravagant nnd over--net'. i Umipiihi. nun, b ih. Mri am Vf" " I ' llohcmtu. Hohnmla. llohemla. IX hnPa l.unliw iim.ii! lo I, III K. ICI.oru t,..Mil, lie... I on no:ti!:i. a ti J Drank oodles of lud ink. Hnhemla, lloheinln, U'hup. ..n,.l. n i. . I ..' if b'lW. J What of the gang thai di;mk nJ sang ? What are they doing now" Kalian Cl'y J" ."'J'- SMkcn Willi lifp l'Hne "Ttaveling on rana-Atlai;i.c a.r liners will l0 luxurious. I am "I haven't Hie slightest .bei'.t It." replied thn man w Ii In" ' fered more th.m once fr -m - nesa. '1 should think ludt-a ''' ef 'if- i get up nvery morning i""' hearty breakfast would be word In Inxiiriou. tr m" travel."- Hlrmlnghani Age 10 sd.c i 1 Thornuuti I'rcpuratl.ui. "If it la your HinhtUoti t i the movies, why do you much to et whai Slid never lire lo thn stud) ' ruttnn ?" " wish I" become a dipi" producer and 1 want fliollgh eloquence to hold ' In an argument with the o ' f r'.i- . : ,., " "P Tlie llceilll. "Majme's father heai.l her man lell her hn w buMui', loxe for her." vx. hat did hn do?" "He put him out "Ha ' American. ;1H' Falsa Alarm. "Whyetrr are you doing. "JiiMtVeluglng." 'Oh.' that a all ri,;ht. " me ipiite a turn. I though' f dying ' Northnll and 11 in" 1 iMte ISirrxcr. i gs- we-r "What I want I an ubl-f i d I fjishluned bill from the '''