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, TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1920
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II JS IIY OA UNI Kit IN HILKA. ytNtl "tl'HINdt. KK.NUALi. AND llllll niKK . I'M Wa.b I i; I'ef Heath, In A'Uanfe .7J l'a Tear In Adtanee ? n(t avkhaom nbt iMiiTfMHnii.ATiiis'irr tiib tum.v llAII.Y .8i) gl'SDAY WORI.il mil TUB MONTH OP tlRCBMrtKlt, 11)19. WAS 81,717. I. K. r a,u, alraaliilnn mow, do lalemnly ; I hit tha aafn nat paid rlrtulatitin if lha Iiallr 'Unsay World I.r lha month nt Il. ember. Ill 1U. al,7oT, t tan bait of my Vrmalrdin anil hall'' k r. irt'orr. f.'lfeiilaimn Manairar Rabanrlbail and ,wotn bafore m thia ntai day ef l'a fnaiber, IDIU. MAIIKI. KKIM, Notary rublle. ily romlalon eipirat, Oflnbar IT. 1081. PIIONI3 noun Hill Al.I. DKPAItTMI'NTH Daily tiblical Quolulion 'ITKKIIAV. .lA.Vt.'AllV II, If llinil luinat lmllov.-. hII IhlriKM HI" IHJhMMii In III llllliat lilitivlll .Murk 8 as. Oil fur it ntrottK mnl IhhIIiii; fullli. 'I'o rroilll wlirtt IIik AtmlRtily Mnynlli; Tu HintirMuw tlu mcMHU'i (if 1 1 In Hon, Anil (ittll ilia Jovh nf lianvnn my uwii, I.di.l, linllavo; lmti Hum tuliin unliollcf. Murk 9:11, l)H)tiMiimili In Hit tiualy flKht (iru atlll ux- It ncoiiin that It Im otMllin tn nrrniiHu Kuril iMt it oratlltn without tlin covuiuinl u f lor nil. i i . . ; i Tito 'Titer" uf Kriifice l In lio ninrrloil noon. "In IIih HiirltiK the 5 'mink niiin'H fitnoy lluhtly turiiD lo tlioilKlitg f i f lnvu, lite." Tho Kiivcriiniont flciillia finally Imvo Inratml tlin "pltint" front wltloh kiiiic Hio nuhutllulu that nnuaotl no many "lilinil ilcatlti." It wiib In a llruoklyn i;arni;c. Tho liitiwt 1'iirln ftuliloiiH nio niiih Hlouldiupi, khiih hIcovoi, wh, Nhnsn, and nlnioit n.iiih BklrtH. Thu liitxi vatlun Is nulil to lio In thn Inter rht of ruonnnty. Tint If thn mint hnvn tn buy P'CkIoh whom will thu t'cnnqmy conto In? .. .Mnyor Walton, of Oklahoma City, wnntn Inn of tho InrKcr Oklahoma cities to Join with Okla homa Ulty In hitvlni; (in lliilttttrlal nurvny of thn "Into rnaUu for tho iitirpimu of illncovcrlii( un uiliMiuato Ktipply of natural unn. Mayor Wnllon PHtt learn noiiu-'tlilnn of itilvanUi;u lo hlmnulf by rommiinloiillnr with K'unKAH City, whlnh riptmt many thotiwiniN of ilollnrs a few yours uro In it wllil kooko uh.iag of thl.t mitiiro. Tho taxpiy pre of nthur Oklahoma oltles wilt hitva hoiiio thing to nay about no foollah it IhltiR. WHY NOT STAND ON 'PIUS? America nhntiM loml her own life. Wo cannot form uIIIuiicpa with thono who nro not koIhk mir way, Wo uet not. mid wo Blioitld not, form iIIIhiuth with any nation In (ho wot Id. Thoso who am rlKhl. thoao who bold their honor hlHhor thnn tholr advnntaKo, do not ncod al-llanceM,- Woodrow Wlliton, l'rcalilcnt of lUn Unlltid fitatpa, May fi, 1914. Till: C'lTV MANA(ii:it Mll. Tho .tcoinid nurllcnvlllo llMimlm.r In cm. tloualy HUKKetitlnR that It mlKltt Im ndvlaalilo for Ilurtloiivlllo to adopt tho r.lty ninniiRnr plan bnyo amonb othrr iIiIukh: Tho city manaecr plan In rt mucccsh In thn rluht kind of a maiiuuHr In hln-d ami tho right kind of ootiiu-ll unpiun in him. Vory Uuc. Hut of what form of i;oVfrnmpnt Ply not thn Mmi thing Im tmld? with the rluht kind of an ovi-rlord, foudAllnm would bo tha flnrt Rovcrnnumt Imaitluable. with tho right kind of a mayor itml tho right kind of rouncllmun nupportlng bim, tha nblonnanlo M'toni of oily cavernmont aottld not bo 1m rtovod on. It wan tha tnnat rconotnlunl ovor ilQVltt. That laat Bontenco munt Hand without ii qualifying phrase of any kind. Tho city iimnBHur jiian lit a child or atitorr.try, And nulorraoy, too, u a nticceM If "tho light kind" of an autocrat la secured. It all amountx to Jtlnt tltta: The form of government has very l!ttl tn tin with It. Popular government In cm M'lttlal In Amnrlca. Hut ivhothar or not lt ad- mlnUtrtttlon In wttafaLtijiy dapniKla HltoRthnr mi (lio vlBllanro of thoyltUen. if to ntldriwau hllitMlf lo liU dutiri na ii oltlion. attend the luimlnatluir prlmaryx and votaa there and at l lio final idrrtiouwlih an oe alnglo to the oalablldhmetit ofcfrit'ant and hononl govern inent, thru HoofT governnK'iit rratillH, . "ii.!. 'tin , wiiIi'mt ii.i,i,f,( tf li .i-(ii"i f'r ) ' ' 'id f MiiKlatrai y rut Mt. Caul In Florida, 'thn Niiaarlna In Uall fnrnla, tha rolnrarnatlfin of Waahlngton In Tela and llaitlft Arnold in New York or ohln, lt them all atari for tha iiranitiriiny on . Iih"r of thn partlaan tltkaia, and tlanadlot Arnold would grab off thn nomination without i.n rffort . And tha pal ha of it la that thn votrrn of Florida, California and Te.aaa would ! tha flral to pleAil geoariiphy againat thalr (avnrlle aon. Wn am junt that dlatanoo from n r.ic-con-acloun nation tt la due, perhapn, from the pcullrltli-n nt our growth and davaiopimtflt. Anu-rli a ntnrtcd In biinlnean tin tha bleak ahitren nf Nnw Fingland letter It aanandvit to thn MtaalkHlpnl river Thare dnea not neem to ho a fatHiral knowliiai that It haa over gone furthar than that. Tha prajltdlenn of thn old aotith inntlfy aoinn of tha Indlgnttlaa baa pad on that geographical rartlon. In it inn party It mn b rellil nn tn nupport thn llekt undur any eirrurnalanoea, II haa brmatrrl that II votfil tha tlcknl and rand It afterward. Confeaaedly prejuitlcnd It can but iixpnrt to arnnaa a alrnllar prajtidlca In nthnr aeetloria. Tha aouth haa nnl had an lanue alnoa tha ilaya of .Inffi'raon l)4VH. It diHM not lufhiancn ollhar Amnrloan political thought or aotlmt. Hut that cannot ha an Id nf thn wnt and Mitithweat, whntn tliern In not a commonwealth that belongs lo nny parly. There la not a Hlntn wnat of lha great rlvnr or north of tha Knd liver, but la a battleground for both partlmtn organisation. I tn C tho war Junt corirluded proved America Ammlonn from lha Atlantic) to thn 1'nr.lflu; from thn lakea to th gulf. That lining en, why h It that geography In a handicap In American ttolltlra'' We have no geographical standard of pntrlntlam. We permit no nxotlonal Ihhich. It l pnrfei'tly tdenr that a onndtdatn from Catlffirnln nhoiild commnud its earnest connldor t Hon as n citudliliitn from Nnv York. JnnnptniH Dunlnln of North Carolina should not suffer n gHOMrnphlPnl Imnillrari. Nor should Underwooil of Al&lmma. Any morn than should I'olndnxler of Wanblnglon, or llornh of Idaho. It will not always 1 thus, of course. Kvnnlu ally Cullfoinla and Texas will stand even wllh )hlo and Now York. That tlioy du not do so now tn mm of tha abnurilltlen of our political synlem. I'osalbly ill, Oby of a rounded out AmorlcauiMii might be Hpteded by thn stntos west of tho Mississippi I'omlilulng to drlvn mil thn last llngnrlug remnanta of provlncl.tllHtn. A I'ltTITIlKKtiUU ClIAIlACTI'.ll. Not only does Wllllnm II. Murray refune to bo n vnndblaln for any offlro, but ho ntakns t olnnr that Oklahoma Is to lose her mo.it plctureHiun political rhanvrler. Murray Is Indeed fining lo I ollvla. to establish an American coiony alonir P'lllttoal llni'H that hn has long cherlnhcd. Ho has aniulr.'d title to a "if tract of land In that country, und he Is now engaged In making con tracts with Americana to people It. lie, of oili'-se, will bo thn feudal lord, hut his form 'of Kovtirmunnt and the laws hn will Insist on enforcing aro nil written In tho bond. There Is no question hul tho continent south of tin offers opportunities to American courngo and Industry, It la no light matter for a man lo uproot hlntnoir after hn has passed tho meridian and start all over rignln In a new hind. Put that stir.cess can he made to attend upon such nn adventure Is beyond doubt. It la re ported that many Oklnhomans are going with Murrny, and that tho success of his undertaking Is already assured. That inay be. Wo wish him iitul his associates well. I In t wo confess a regret Hint thn other of tho two original Oklahoma designers should feel called upon to Abandon us to our fate. Tor Uharlos Haskell it ml William Murray were the artisans that caned out thn atato we now boast of Theirs wits tho craftsmanship that wrought In politics and statecraft during tho first yents of Htntehood. What one did not think of thn other (lid, Ami what one of them could not do thn two together found easy. Haskell left us yents into. Now Murray Is going, And wo shall not bo surprised to hear tuoro of him. ' V'or William Murray, uftor nil in said, remains thn nearest approach to n t'onstructlvu original statosmnn Oklahoma has produced. W suspect that It was not tho op portunity to add to his material welfare that drove him Into tho wilds of Ho'Jlh America, so much as ho tlcslra tn try In a practical wuy oertalA political theories which have long on agnd his attention, "Hill" Is m ing to set up tho 'deal stale. And CI.URiltM'IIV IN POLITICS, III Ui agMirdiusa uf her political practices Amerliy stpitds .ilonc Perhaps that Is why wo lovo lti'o. rihe takes tho problem of self (tovernmnut seriously, hh becomes one ulothed n'lth ho important u matter. Hut t!io Indulge In 'rlvlallllea ami Is Influenced by precedents (hat Indicate tha constant presence uf u pro foil ml belief In voodnolsnt. II Is tho boast of her politicians that thn country Is one ami Indivisible; that sectlouil i...fe is over, and hal her political geography ..v n i no sululntsiou" And yn a nn i iiw'irr a' le (tlid Uifcingulehed. whoso habitat U a -.i of Hie Mit3i:: :ipj ur south of the OH I' I what Tt) in:. tVprrlihi, UH1, by K.lnr A. Iluaat. "What shall I be?" said ho to me The other night upon my hnett, "When I grow up to be n man?" Twos plain he wanted me to plan His life on earth throughout the jonm, And eltu, pel baps u f"w oareora That lend to fame ami fortune great From which ho aoon must choose hit fate. And so I said; "Let's talk It o'er And see what really lie before F.uh little boy who Inter on Must do men's work when we are gone. What Is it every one must need Out there who's eager to succeed? I.nt'H try to understand and see Just what it is th.it you must be. , "First keep in mind that thin Is trtio: The kind of work jmi ohoone to do Will matter not, If it's u task That men uf ou m fairly tiak. If real service here you give, No shame can hiuui oii while yon Uv. Hut whatsoe'er jour post or fee, There are some things that you must be: "You must be honeat therein Ilea The tesi of men, however wise, You must be loyal through and through, Willing to work and cheerful too. You must be iMtlent and be kind, llu big of heart and broad of mind, And bo too manly hero to claim Advantage that is linked with sham; "Yno must be clean tho world demands Clean hoarts and minds as well us hands; You must lie willing here to bear Your P" lion of life s const. int care. An, I mi .i cm was sou cjo T'm xur i of a man If .tust )i ur j mi need not fear " u e i ill ruei in .try sphere." f he i. in compriso the Jen louses aiid vurnti'S of Mankind and preserve his own autocratic do minion, wa hnv nn doubt but hn will stietexd In satahllahlng a c mmunlty wherein Initiation and poverty and superfluous wealth will be unknown. C Oklahoma Outburst ) ATI employe In on the wv to suoens, observes Huh., rini- t.r 'ri..t. .....,. i..... i... ............ -- . . i-'i , up'. lie (PIIII..UI1 that his empluer ran get al ing without him. Npaaklng about the uini-ii:il number of con verts to the Idea of advi-t Main a, those who do not pull down the blinds should not ha over lookad. mil Morgan, ho hits ben out to one of Ihoae McAIaier psrtlea, says there is nothlnfc so discouraging to a fallow with two pair aa three of u kind, Tha Hrlaiow Ilewnl known a Chacotah girl who traveled around the world to overtake her man and marry hlni. which goes lo prove that perseverance will finally earn Its reward. The stability of the foundation of this gov ernment testa upon the pillars which si.purate the si iile front lha churrh, hut there seems to he those who have overlooked It, or, for selfish purpose, r"fnn in recognize It. Hume of thn Oklahoma papers are parrying a press dispatch which says that "Hooot" Ferris ht trylnir to save paper. Judging from th amount of propaganda rowelilng litis colyum there la no truth In the dispatch. The consensus of opinion among the women In Mtinkogen Is that they will not support a woman for president. Most women, after all. want a man to run the government If he will only permit thorn to toll him how to do It. Itubo (leers, In commenting upon tho man who predicted the world would comn to nn end IJerember 17, says thnt so far ns ho Is con cerned It (iiiimi .to an end July 1, nnd that whatever fragments nro left will disappear with national prohibition January 1A. In looking oer tho exchanges wo hardly found onn which did not have nn Item about onto Tills, i man who had returned to his old limns for the holidays, which probably explains why the Now Year's welcome In Ttilm was so quiet. (jlaromclcr of Public Opinion Isn Damning More Doing. IMItnr World: I was present at the birth of the Tulan World. I hnVe watched Its growth with much pleasuro for 1 I years. May I say I tegard The World a a great newspaper; es peclally for Its ago when the slzo of tho city In which It li published Is considered. Hut I ant greatly chagrlnod at the persistent criti cism, and carping attitude of Tho World towurd Oklahoma City. I have lived Iti Tulsa nnd Oklahoma City for 15 years. I read the newspapers of both cities dally, and I find more belittling Oklahoma City In the Tulsa newspapers In one day than 1 see In tho Oklahoma Ulty papers of a similar nature hi a month. Why? Aro the Oklahoma City pnport moro charita ble or nro they moro metropolitan? Hegnrdless of the merltM of the branch bank prize, what Thn World has had to s.ty about It sounds like a cane of "sour grapes," especially after all these months of fighting for It. If Oklahoma' CHy has been "handed a pnek age" lot's show that wa. am real loyal Okla homans and assist them In getting all we fought for. Is not Oklahoma City's prosperity far bet ter for Tulsa nnd Oklahoma than Kansas City's? liven if wo wanted to bo selfish, this view of It seems to mo Is better than tha ono that Is daily coming from Thn World. Allusion to the failure of the Columbia Hunk nnd Trust and the Night and Day banks by Th" World a few days ago, was very bad taste, and such un attitude toward Oklahqntu City does not help Tulsa In nny wny. Tlie growth of Oklahoma helps every city In Hie state, and tho sooner Tho World as sumes that attitude toward Oklahoma City the better It will bo fur Tulsa. There was ;i time when Guthrie and Oklahoma City made anscs of themsnlves through their newspapers, but lt never did any good. I said 10 years ago that Tulsa was the city that Oklahoma City would have as competitor for first placo In tlin (date. Today this Is po tent to all, but we cannot secure tho lead by throning mud at Oklahoma City and the nasty Utile flings of (ho Tulsa newspapers will not help to build Tulsa. Such things are child's play and to bo Indulged in by country sheets onlv. Has Oklahoma anv less of the stuff out of which cities are bulliteil man unto .' Tnai state bus five cities of moro than a hundred thousand. M.v wo not have as many In u rea sonable number of years It we spend our energy and brains In construction work? America needs all hands to the work of build ing rather than "back biting" of construction rnther than criticism. To my mind thu curse of (ho age Is damning Instead of doing. Tulsti, December 22 O. P. STURM. i X foM-OH-l "-T 1'or President. Udltor World: The typo of man I would llko to see nominated for president on any ticket, mil the one whom 1 bellovo would be elected by an overwhelming majority, would stand fpr the follow lug principles: For. Doportullon of anarchists and for strin gent laws to govern lmmlgiatlnn to this coun try In order lo keep out undesirables. For: Hetter laws to protect tho lives and health of our soldiers In time of wur and In time uf peace also. For. A law to limit tho maximum net profit upon necessities of llfo (o 25 per cent. This would Include only fond, clothing and shoes and fuel. For: Protective tariff with a fine attached for exporters w bo sell to foreign consumers nt lens than the prices i barged lo citizens of the United Wales of America. iNote: It Is n known fact thst machinery. In particular sowing machines, may lie iureh.ied at a lower rost In Kurnpe than they can In America after paying transportation over there). For: A standing army not exeaeltng one-halt million men. improved least defenses: and the largest navy and commercial fleet In tho world For: AggresnlvH foreign pollcv as to protec tion of rights of American cltUens In foreign countries. For: A ponstlltitloimt amendment disfran chising l.i w) era as representatives in the law making bodies of the country They nro on tltely out of touch wllh conditions an they exist and live in musty t coords of past ages no longer applying to present conditions Furthermore by natural Inclination and by environment in their college days and thereafter they iiro lazy, shal low, grasping, extravagant tu expenditure of other people's money, and ,nv of the typical politician type of semi-honest men who work not for the people's teal Interests but rnther toward that whli It may make them popular at tho time. Furthermore, on account of their education. tla'V think more of making laws than of the good or evil that ne taws may caute. For: A radical reduction in thn number of elected representntles(,ind in tho length of tho sessions, so as to eliminate the iinwieldluesM of (he present body and also lo leave no time for rootikit laws (o ne enncteii. For: Less tegulutlon of business and In creased regulation of labor unions. Against: The league of nations. Against. Woman suffrage cm unnecessary nod as an add"d duty m the ilre.nl sadly neg lerti d dot 's of wife and mother t Agatttxl Prohibition n a fanatical persecu te!! it the r.ajuru) bj the minority! Tulaa. Jan. 2. 1920. T H" JU'VK!3' (lltlonH will hn fXUnamA R I ono American city. " crimes against children, ws,l wore foretold, will .tin i.. '.. Jlca durinif thn first tut, mfti year and will loud to reform mo,.' rierletl rnid ililn mn i..,J. u.n political aiirtirl.es. ' Tho death of a world t ,n Bvi.uiiiisi m iirugnonticaieo: n . i last urnrk will lieneMt Ik. w 1 ' seers prophesy, persons wlioso blrthdato It u v.... tho augury of success in , ment and happiness In h. ' i l. iiuiiiik mn coming year The i,r, , guard arrnlnst false friends J 1 Hcnnic's Notebook") JOaOIUPKY. Tho chcef use of Joggrlffy i, i.rove ino erin is round anl W4. shape the different thl .J - n. UJ I' I I'coplo used to think thu erth w.vi a, I iiai you wouiii wawk rite off 0f u you wawKou rar enuff. bu- nn.. several thousand ycers bml w nt k. enuff they decided It must lo r . Wlcb It In Till. .,,. ,v.. . . - . ...... ymna i- I , I moro Igornnt pceplu are. the tu, Uiev ruallzn It. , In reel llfo countries aro either wlto or green depending on whether' tho cllmalo Is bottor for snovv orj h.uoii, uui in joggrniy oooks roun.I tries aro all dlfforent colors on e. count of tho Invention of pn.nL I Tho sldo of a country is rallejl na uuunuary ana ma more shifts I'l has, tho more It la bounded and O.if hurdcr It Is to study about Huuni.l dries aro useful to divide the dlff.l rent countries frum each other h' wtoir mnauiuints can tell wlch !ni. widen to stieek and wlrh nn .. . ....i. ,,-ZZ-.7 "I juji iioriay lor, l A river is a lonu thin body of wit. tlr formed by u moveablo current h.l iwctn j oaitKB, ii can go any way i; wiui i.i excopi up nui unu tiacKwardtl Hlvcrs can be fished In or swum in S nennpillni In ttilut nna onn. . n ......I .."rt ........ ..u vwi.iv ui kucir.n urn u.i .li.nl. flint trtn nnu ,mda. ...... Wmitrlnnt "nt r1mu..nr1n.f h.fn.. ... ' . U.U....UUU u.iuig UJ rinil ft, im In i.i.t frn r. fhn ltl.. , ...... .....v. ..v... ...u vv.tvjH (U IB 1 mo iop is ireauso you prooerly'J would of bin drownded allredly on il wattlr that would only bo a poni l!i it was a grato uoel smaller att: tvattlr ony bo a puddle If tt was u imnll fia l.nilhtn -lhlvi n.Av.. IK.,1 io matter how grato you think yo.l are, us prouoriy mora goou iuck latll wal It It good sonts. I Tno largest tize a bill comes '4 1 n mnnnlln I , .imi.l.l K. r 1 . I ... illUIKUlU. V .TWW.U UU I'Uil.UIB D a porsln to cut graHa on the bottost or a mouniin nnu snovci snow oirt tho top at tho tjamo tlmo It It wavy uiu iiiijvoaiuiu. Husbani and I By Jane FJheHps aH WlaBBa A SlIOPPfNO IIXPIMIITION C1IAPT13H XXXVII. As I drchsed to go out to look for tho baby carriage, I couldn't help a llttln guilty feeling which crept In, although I ncsured myself I was do ing nothing wrong. Hut when Helen enmo for mo nnd brought n dainty blue carrlugn rug, I forgot every thing but how sweet my darling baby would look snuggled down In It. "You'll spoil both mo nnd the baby!" I told Helen, ns I admired the dainty gift. "What If I do?" she laughed. "I havo no baby of my own so I h.ivo made up my mind to adopt yours." "Ho sum it's legal," I returned, nnd so chatting and laughing we started out Thn wholesale house was down on Cnttal street, nn unexplored region to mo. I was so interested in every thing Helen told me. how her mother was born In Ann street and an uncle hnlt lived in John street; both now given entirely over to dingy loft buildings. Hut when wo reached the furniture house nnd 1 saw the rows upon rows of baby carriages I forgot nil else In the delight of choosing. Helen's friend tva very affable, and told mo not to hurry, to take all (he time I wished for tho selection. Finally I decided upon tho one I liked, and after saying so, thought to ask tho price. "Twenty-flvo dollars to you!" ho replied smilingly. "That's wholesale price, you know Sue." Helen interposed. Pcrhans she had seen the surprise 1 could not neip nut snow, i no not know what I expected to pay for such a wonderful carriage, but cortalnly not $25. "There nro cheaper ones," the man whom Helen had Introduced as "Mr. llamas," said. "lint none so pretty an this one." I declared. "What do you think. Helen "' 1 asked. "1 think you baic shown good taste as usual." she replied, "und If you have decided upon that one, wo will tnko no moro of Mr. Jinnies' c ABE MARTIN 3 little. Olvn him vnnr nilitrenn itenr. so he can send It up." I gave him tho address, my eyes on the carriage then thanking him for inn luuni'sy we leu, "Of course you'll have to pay tho expressman for bringing it up," Helen remarked, nfter sho had ugrced with mo about Its bclne tho very prettiest one wo saw. "How much will tbnf hn An vnn supposo?" I asked. Oh, I don t know! It's a good way. perhaps a dollar. That will make It cost you about $26. I ex pect It would have been $3S at re tail." I said nothing but I had begun to be a bit frightened nt my extrava gance. Hut when ns soon ns we reached homo Helen gave mo tho $25 and mild I need bo in no hurry to return It, 1 thought only of how lovely tho carriage was, and how daintily I should tlx It up. Trim Is Told In Part. Wltr.ll Trim enmn l.nn.n I IaM t.l, I had been down In the wholesale nisinci wnn iteien, tooing at baby carriages. "You still think we must have a. carriage, that a gocart Isn't good enough for his royal highness?" ho asked, as ho took Tom Jr., from me so that I could assist the girl, whom I had not yot sent away, with the dinner, "Yes, Tonil he will look so cute In the carriage. I don't mind If It is n little heavy to push," I answered his unspoken objection, "and Tom, see tho rug Helen gavo mo today," nnd proudly I showed the lovely gift. "I seo where dad will havo to bus tie to keep tho young man's wants satisfied aa he grows older," Tom whimsically declared. "So you don't mind If I got tho carriage," I asked. "Why no, If you don't npend any moro than the go-cart 1 priced would cost; hut we can't afford anything more expensive." I immediately dropped tho subject, and began to talk of something else. He hadn't asked me how much I would have to pay; had simply taken It for granted that 1 could get the carriage ns cheaply because I had purchased It wholesale. Tom knew as little about the prices of such things ns did I. Tomorrow The Crrlaso Is Dcllv-cred. Q The Horoscope "The (Urn incline, bat ie not comvel." TiicMlny, January 0, 1021). Tho Sun and Venus rule with good effect on humanity tocf.y, according to astrology. Mercury and Neptuno are adverse. It is a most favorable sway un der which to seek an appointment or a position. Womun, especially, shbuld benefit. There Is u. lucky slcn for wed dings und engagements, tho meeting of (rlottds und tno g.vlng of dinners. Speech Is now subject to u rulo miiKing fur Increase, In power nnd popularity, sjj that It ccllpbcs writ ing as u means of commanding pub lic attention. Aguln theaters henofit. Initial performances should bo successful. Two great plays will lo produced, tho seers foretell. This is not u favorable day for the signing of documents of any sort Letters should bo written with special caro, for misunderstanding Is easy during this rule of tho stars. Neptune la in a place encouraging to the spreading of evil report. Slander, double-dealing and mis representation nro foreshadowed. While tho public mind may bt easily poisoned during this config uration there Ire indications of a reaction in ravor ot persona who suffer from libelous and untruthful gossip. It waa prophesied that In tho new era tho potency of thought und Its sllont processes of communication would bo to well understood that there would be a, prohibition against even evil thinking, but before this atago or deveionment icandala will widely circulated. Again children will coma much Into Iho public mind and Into news paper discussion, for shocking con- In Ohio htoy havo begun a rr- count of thn votes cast on the f el- eral prohibition amendment. ar.;i the revlsod result may be known til the tlmo the next election ro.'jl uround. Pittsburgh uajiette-Tlnml r v. The Young Lady Across the Way The vounrr Inrtv arrow tha trar j nays tho most thrilling thing In foolgi ball la to soo tha fullback pant it porfect goal from tho 45-ynrd UMJi Hut It .Musi AimiM Him. Mr (Jotard says his cindldary for .v uuinui iiini; ijresiueniiai nomina tion is not meant to annoy Mr. Vi llntin. And our guees Is it won't I Macon Telegraph. .Sim Leas.' u d.ed io'hr inustac'ii repub'kati. ts a nidnlntr fer th ptjsi office 1921 Thers some won drrfui back handsprings in lb school of experience nthle'lcs but th stand In' broad Jumps aro very few, Willing To Ho KlduaiHil, i:ii? Vvrh .Mexico still wet it seems 'hat there are other Americans be sides those who have oil holdings -hu want to get Into that country. De troll .SVws. ' Drill TliU ltitiw..ll...- - - '- ....... - c-ii,,i. The wiy things are going li muy toon bocome necefsury to have a chemical analsls made before tak ing a drink of whlaky. " Hoslon Transcript. .Must Hear Charmed Life. Sergeant Alvln York has achieved a rew and exclusive distinction he has not been mentioned for tho j presiaency. Nashville Tennessean . Wonders Htm Ho ;eu Thm Waj. Senator Polndexter think h" chii bee ill 'bo "solid eouth " The more cr eminent eta'em.n tatters bniibi.f- Pirmingham Age-Herald Huh! It has Self. Starter. ! Who wound up Mr llryuu's alarm itiuv . i.oiiun weraiu. MUSIC IS ESSENTIAL IS YOUR HOUSE A HOME? What d o you do in the evenings to make a Home out of your house or apartcmnt? If your boy or girl can brinj? in a friend or two and then entertain them with music, you won't have to worry about "the children not ever at homo." Make it attractive with music at your home. Tho Jen kins Plan makes ownership easy. Enjoy your pian0 while you pay for it. Write or call 417 South Main Onago 3153-3134. A. J. CHIPU, Mgr. aCCfi. Melnway, Kurtzinami, nnd lieMdca imm of other flno l'lano Hie goiiiilno pianola and -Duo Art.