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TUIA'A DAII,Y WOULD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1920.
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PAID CIUCUUTIOM OK TUB TI.I.HA HAIi.Y .1) Ht'HDAY WOIIMl KflH TIIK MONTH IF DUr.KMIlKIt, tniO. WAD il.UT. I. II K. S'oll, flrc'ilstles mnjf, in ioltnnlr r llisl ll.f tmxk not paid rlrruUllri i.( Dm lull; ! i.'iV Wntlil for tin- roetitli af HemmW, 1018, H,77, lu In Lr of my ksowlwl nnd I..IM v: b w:orr. , ... . Clreiilsllon Mnf. nubKflliM nj twvrn tefoi ui IM Slit lr "I ! funWr, 1BI1I. MAtlBI. KKIM, , , Nnlrjr I'uliUe. w, . ni1,0-"1 "I'"'" twlober 17, 1D31. luium', VOH AU' I,,3l'AUl5N'rH Ihtilu Biblical Quotation ) kunmay. .i..r.nv ii, i (i i ii, '.'i'ii""1 ,l,r". of ,r",l,l" I"' Hlmll hide me III his navlll.m; in the Hrri f ,U Inlinrnarln Miiill he liM" mo; lie shall sol ihh tip ,,,,0,, u. r(K,k Tlio Rilitu KlinnM i.v.r hn illmnnypil. Stir sink In lioptr. ronr.. Ti.n u" .lh(,y !'.'"" ,'x''01'1 ''I nl I Jih Huvlor will nppriir, tJmh" '1" n"7!,1.',ny,,"'",i '""vntni. not. nr.t1Cr . "f '"' inlvallon. l'.i. 27:0 I.ven (ho mntinlnlnri f ,tnxlcn lmv.. Iiiwin lo rlo llio dovll, Tlicro'H m lalklriR. wo've got to do NomnllilnK with Mint country. 1: Thfl KiinwiR illpnlrliis ny Howntt nmy Ko to the IfuUlnluro. The nt heur.l of him lio iviin J'Miiloit In tinothcr illn-ctlon. Ilrlcht tnoii aro npfrt, n Mm huilnrM worlil. I.os Aiiirolfa Tlmrn. W. rimlil nun n fw n tho pollllral world, too. Hncrctiiry IjiiiiIiic wnnlii the pny of tTnltod SlntiH nmlwiHKndnr Incroniicd lo J35.000 n yr-nr. In the Iiopo, wo prrauniK, Mint Rood men enn tm ntlrarlrd from Iho pltinihorH' union, Tlio lipnlllm. "nrynti iiulln rnpltnl" In miB. pontlvc of thn cluiHto dlirnlly jif Mm Nnpoleonlc atntrini'Mt, "1 mvn hrcn rumpciltint to ipilt my capltnl to defend my frontiers." Oklnhomn'H randldiite fur tho presidency vna there nnd dellvereil n uperoh. Hut Jimt Mien tho piii'hyileruiR luiKnn trumpeting nnd tho nudlenco (rnni'd their neck In that direction. IS IT A RUNAWAY ItACI'.? Tim nmu7.liiK Krowlh of Wood Nentlment tl.rouiThoul tho onunlry m thn feature of the wtnh'a polltlviit devolopmenlH. Hnretofnrn thnro linn been llttlo orpililzatlon, I'enpln found thmimelvrH nliuimt iliHonnelouiily favorlnu Mio nomination of the silent, (.fflolant soldier cXfCuMvc. tint nn OKranliatlon Is helin; inpldly formed. Penalor Mo.ieH of New Hampshire, which claims Mm central us a native sun, has heen appointed lo oion nnd In k o chaiuo of Wood headiiuarlers l'i Mi" nnlionnl caplial. llrncral 1'roctor has supplanted National Commltteemun KIiik of rounecllcut ns head nf tho Wood nnthmal or auiilzatlon, and James J. Medraw, ropulilliun national commltleeman for nklahomn, has linen called to Iho vlju presidency of Iho national organisation and will li the directing, heail of tho uiovtMiient in the southwest."'' Wood clubs uro bring orRnnliod thrniiRhout the slate. The ropuhllcan women of Tulwi, sonic SCO slronu. havo slRiied resolutions mulors liifr tho Wood candidacy, and will orwinUo them selves Into a stronK nnd nctlvo cluh no soon ns weather conditions permit. Similar notion Is being taken in other states, while prpminont '.on dors arc daily ulla-iilng themselves with tho movement. It beftliiH to look like a runaway race, A few weeks neo It wus not believed that any enn dldato would commiind a mujorlty of the dole MtUos to tho national convention. So many fnvorJte sons wore In tho field that It nppo.irrri Impossible for anyone to tuko a deelsivo lead. Hut Mm Wood sentiment would not be dented. .Simply nfflrmliiK a belief In the candidacy of the nmtl who has ahvas served Ills eountiy well, nnd without opposing or fighting any oilier ontldiilnto, it is sweeping the iouulr. That Oklahoma will pronounce for thu netiBrni Is now n forenono conclusion, with this state lmriuuiiloiirt on iho prosldeutlnl candidate n very Bi-enl lop lu Hie illrectlon of liarmoiililnK on nil other matters has beau taUon. UNKI'llUWlj KIHTDIt IIU VAN. Wlien, Homo moons now wasted, tin toy orator of tho I'latt sailed into the "pltitoorntlo prcsv," und attributed n;iun!ity motives to the idllors beciuse they did not approve his can (itdncy. the fault was on. toned. The intern purarico of youth Is proverbhi' Hut time must be srrvi d Yuirh has kionded before Its iipproiich. The Hoy urutor has ovolutid, He hecumo tin l'uerlens I.euder (he Oroal Cumnioner tho l'lrjicpluii Candida e P'lma Uav been unkind und usHcrtoU him a I'ei pfltil.tl I'est We let thai puss. Amon.t 'Mher things he hern me an editor himself Nor iw.c he kIIowi-iI the country to forget Mint I lu is nn edlior. An editor sa Is an editor ton. Therefore, ns n mlmlwr nf the profesalon, It wns to be mpeeled Mint a reaaoneble retrard for professional ethics would deter him from ch irirln ulterior motives to his brothers, had not acniul experience shosrn him the falfeneas of his previous sssertlons. In llilt we Imve all erred. Kreah from Ills edliorliil rlmlr In Mueoln, Mm Ink spats still on his hands, IMltor Itryan dssbed Into Wash Insftifii nnd dellvereil n speech datnnlnf his fellow craftsinen just a In the dnys when the lloy Oratar wns perforinliiv. He made' no ex ceptions. That mtirh can be wild for him. Hut he stands for u covsrnmenl bulletin, lo be established by the people nnd maln'tiilned by thern. It would be a parlisMnly polltlcsl In stltullon, ponlrolli by the purty In power, a sort of denatured replica of the (leorge Creel public ity bureau Hut Kdltor Ilryan thinks It would serve a much better purpnsn than the free. In dependent and unfettered press of the country can ever Imp to serve. (if course wo have the CoriKresalonnl Itseord. Hut hs we underatniid our brother editor, that belouus lo consresw. and what be wants Is a people's paper-sort of tribune for the ills seinltinllfin of little human Interest stories about he administration lu power, from the disin terested iiiikI of u vsly much Interested ad ministration. . 'I he Kentleinaii has got pretty miifh every thing else he I win atUml for, exrept the prl .lenny ami two or three presidential unmlnntlons, why not let him have tills? Hut he's the limit In unethlcitlnessl tiii: i:nh or Tin: wah. The world Is at peace. Tim final ceremonies were concluded In IMrlH Huturday. The TVu tonlu nmbltlons of l'.'U. which turned a ulvlllr.ed world of, Industry nnd prosperity from con slrurtlvo I ilea In to destrlictlvo determination, stand lliiililatei In 1930.' Not n nntlor. of them all but has lost. And not a. nation of ihem all but has won. It Is ton early to strike an account balance sheet, but wo know that for every debit Mierq was n oiodlt, nnd for every credit thern wns n debit. Life Is double-entry book keeping. Ho also Is hlsjory. Bat unlay, the nations directly Involved In tho illKantlo slmcille, completed their oiiKUKeuicuts nnd nccommodatluiis, The flnnl doauuientnry evidence was slimed, sealed and delivered. And at that exact moment thn war status united and the status of friendly nations wns again re established. Oermnny will hkiiIii exchanrru am bassadors, consulnr agents nnd full diplomatic relations with Knitland, franco and Italy. Tho Joint conferences have ended. Tho peaeo dulo Kntes i -an paik up their bclonitlnK ami ko homo. That which could not occur except by this 1,'ovenimenl iippiovlni; tho treaty without ilot tlli of an 1 or crossing of a t has occurred. The sens remain hi their beds. The world has not swerved from Us coure. The only throne that has tottered was the throne of reason, and that Is fast hcrnmliiK ntalilo. Mil. IIUVAN ON I'AHTV IHITY. HpivikltiK before- the Jackson day baniticters lit Washington on Iho duty of Mm democratic party, Col, William J. Ilryan, thrice the stand ard bearer of democracy, said: Wo owe It to the world to Join In an , honest effort to put an end to war forever. . The republicans have u majority lu tho senate nnd. therefore, can bv rlnlit dictate the senate's course Accordluir to the constitution a trealty Is ratified bv a tho constitution a treaty Ii ratified bv a onunot afford to take advautnKx of tho ronstltutlounl tinlit of a minority to pre vent ratification. A majority of congress can declare war. Shall we nmko it mnro difficult to conclude' a treaty of peace than to .enter war7 ... We must cither seouro such compromises ns may he possible or present the (ensue as an Issue In (he cnmpiilun. Tho latter cnurso would mean n delay of at lenst I I months and then suc cess only In case of the democrats securing a two-thirds majority In Hie senate. The colonel makes It clear that he stnnds for Inking whnc ho oan Ret rather than IohIiii; all by luslstlntf that he be given Just what ho wants. orit UKSurers to luuv Lucy I'iiko flastnn of Ohleniro has tossed ,her toque or uhntcver It Is that women wear no their hends. Into the ring for (ho republlcnti nomination for president nn nn anll-tobacio platform. Orderly, present our compliments; to Miss Dnstnti and Inform her that she Is In the rliiht church but Is occupying tho wroiiB paw. If Lucy wants to net a hearing for her plat form sho must ohatue her party. The repub lican party Is not composed of peoplo who wring happiness out of life by attenitlnK to dlctnte to other peoplo what they Miull eat, how they hlmll oonib their h.ilr. or Mje'mt of their clothes. We do nut deny thrft tfyoro nre .'iioiiKh such folks outside thiJnstltutlons for the feoblo minded to composers, fair-sized parly. Hut tlioy do not holoit- to trie republican party and never did. Nor do charge tltom to any other political ornanUjfloii of sufficient uko t claim ancestry. S It Is evident they Rre to come Mils year In nil shapes and ojfors. Now Mint Aunty TolKiceo 'has arlved and laid off her wraps, we may beRtn to look for Aunt) Kaffelne, Aunty Chew inKgtim np Aunty Spit Aunty ItotiKC It tmt coming for this season, but she's comlnn;! ANSWi:ill(i .MAUV. Votary Uardon (He don't know whether to write it Mlea or Mis.) io-ouci-iii'ii..tttltusV.wrati a .buuk-ijii thenchnperuiiesMcumlns: to ooveryelliiii'iiiiiid' piuciU'r, and which Homo UMlMnd critics have luslstd was uuthlnit more than n, htiro recital of a three-week's experlcnco oLher own-.tllls snnte Mary fjtirden nnneunces that she will beroine linprefsarto nf the Clll .ni't, (Iran. I cuhmii ompi,n ,( tin p.l'i(ni is of fer. ,1 h.'l V li Ii i' ii i w. i a . i.i i hi 1'iieui i.ioinnu ' h- aikuil i ui.ion are runnuiK i .r)tl,.n c He U . i u ( . . i ii u ire I .ItaiR at u'' Ma j in. i.u t fjr til', ofo of us, think op one sliurl" ll'tlo reason why a woman shouldn't run that opera compnny If she takes a notion. That's it' The answer to Mm ipies Hon, "Why shouldn't a wornnn run that opera coinneriyT" Is. "Thero Is none," provided a woman wants to run that opera company. At leael no reason with cntiMKn enough to come otn In the open nnd state Itself. Ilnvlnx stumped us with a riueatlon Mnry haves us with ft thrent. Who says: "Itefors bn we will Jiav a woman president In the Jhlte tinueis." That don't scare us, Mary, We've had enotiKh from Mint direction to riinke rnfl any change look Han Kanla Clans, Clisnge Mint "before loner" to "wKhlp S4 hours" anil wn'll votn your ticket. The demonratlfl brethren rerlftlnly paid Cali fornia n compliment us she deserved, In view it what the state did three years afjo, but they made It mlKhty expensive for deserving- demo crats In Dixie. Csiierol Palmer la busy nxplnlnluK tho packer settlement. When one hus to explain ft "victory" It ain't. c Oklahoma Outburaln Br OTIS I.OIITON 3 The purpose of Mie Lions club In Muskogee em lo be to tit the world know that Tunis lllxhv Is one of Its members, Tlio fllddy I ill I, In a snowy swirl, Kays croaslnu a stroet Oovurod with sleet Meals the shimmy whirl. It takes ft snowstorm In Oklahoma lo em phnslxo tho difference In the musical notes of a flivver's honk-honk nnd tho jlnKllui; of slelRh hells, only one has to draw his comparison from memory of tho Hlolgh bell JIiikIo. Cats, observes llarvo J'arsons, like most poli ticians, make tho most noise when they am on Mio fence and don't know which way to Jump. It is understood that the democratic feed In Washington on Jackson day did not ah'rco with soniM of the feeders. Mr. Mjk'Adoo's conueotlon with Mio movies may account for the democratic national con vcutlon K'liiii); to California. Anyhow, Mr. MoAdoo In his tetter to the .laakson day dinner diners did not attempt to sell any of his oil stock. However, if they couldn't take a hint from the date line of his messaite Ihey will have to wait until opportunity comes thulr wuy utraln. Whenever the democrats cut up uKaln.it a stump they naturally turn their kiuo toward William Jeiinlniis Ilryan, As a leader to defeat Ilryan stands without u peer. The girl on Houtli Main says she Is thankful that shn Is not a uux model In the show windows displaying wpmen's clothes these days. Hill Dlngloy would like to gut In touch with thu man who claims to know where tho ten best cellars aro located, As further evlduuco that (Icrmany Is still on thu Job wo noticed a lady on a slrcut car Krliluy night uatryiug conspicuously a copy of "Thu li'liilshcil Mystery." Wo wcru also remindud thai but a fuw short months ago every government sleuth In thu land was confiscating all thu copies of this publication they could find. Thero Is Just onu thing U. A. S. Consumer has lo look fui ward to with plu-tsdiit anticipation, ami that is Iho annual interest chock from thu POLITICS AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL Jackson Day Banquet the Cause of Death of Presi dential Hooms. RESULT In"cONFU$ION Majority of Visitorn Left Cnp itul in Greater Doubt Than When They Came. Ily MAVKIHCIC IIUAN'DIVK. W A fl I II NOTO N, Jan. 10. The democrats havo come und most of ili-m havi gone ttorne rather Impor tant tilings have happened hut It Is et Impossible to tell Just what is going to happen, except that the field of presidential possibilities lias been somewhat narrowed. Klve men who were put up nt Mie parade apparently did not trousn any great enthusiasm and may be defi nitely counted out of It. These five are Honntor llllbert M. Hitchcock of Nebraska, Kenntor Oscar W. Under wood of Alabama, Hnnator Robert L. Owen nf Oklshnmn, Henator AMee I'omerene of Ohio it ml former Kpenk er Chsmp Clark Nrtne of the five men mentioned aroused any great enthusiasm and. although their booms may be kept alive awhile et, there seems little chance that they will gain strength between now and Juno. Never In po litical history hits Micro been such a contusion of minds it Micro was nmong the diners 'ns they left tho famous "stargoiod banquots" at tho Hotels Wlllard and Washington, "iuru sj'uunerif spunu in relays. Never was thorp such a divergence of opinion ns to tho things that tho party should do to nut itself In the race. The leaders who uro remaining over hero mny lilt upon a schedule In tho next day or two, but whim tho majority of tho visitors left town they were moro In doubt than when tlioy came. IteRardlesn of whnt may hnve transpired at the dinner theso men may still bo definitely counted In tho rnco for tho nomination: (lov ornor Jameg M. Cox of Ohio, Attor ney Oenornl I '.timer, William (1. Mc Adoo. James W. (lerard and William Jennings Ilryan. Thero may be a turn Mint will put any onu of them in the lead and swing tho nomination to him nt Chicago. There wore no definite results nt tho Jackson day bnnnuct, tmt there are nm0 big things browing to which Tho World's review next vioek will allude. Iloweicr, thero save been developments In the republican stu ntlim this week and as Mio republi cans nt tills time seem to know where they are going and tho demo crats do not. Micro developments will bo discussed. Henator I'olndexter's campaign for the republican presidential nomina tion Is to bo carried aggressively Into thn enst. It will invade New York, probably New Knglnnd nnd some other neat by states, which aro with out favorite son candidates of their own. it will be directed from now on to convention time by Wado II Hills of Ohio, whoso unexpected al liance with the forces of tho Wash ington sunator has given new direc tion and slgnlflcnuco to tho move ment in his behnlf. No formal announcement that Sir. T.llls Is to become the manager of Senator rolndexter's campaign hns ei ncn mane hut negotiations in company upon the advance deposit he put up this direction havo been nuintlv In ,.. .1,,.... 1. 1., ...... .1 f,.llli ..! ..,.11. II... i.vt...l ,!... ... ..... . . J to show his good faith and with Mio expectation of gutting an uucquale supply of gas. (Urn amcter of Public Opinion ) t.iniipiiiiiciii a Main' New York Herald. Does .Senuiiu lloruh'e selection of Ouvcruor Irfiwden as the flisi wiMuu of his pointed uuu- AIIIM IllUiill lie lunno ii,uii in.- iiiuiMi-ft liiuii ,, ui. ....ii., the foremost of lepubllean cundbiates-or that " ''i" 'fl manager ' ho suspects (Mierno, London of beng tht fa- , , "S laAiZ progrc-SH for some Htiln tl mn .in il the underHtnndlng In polltlcil circles Is that tho former attorney general of the Huckcye stnte, who was so closely Identified with tho campaign of Mr. Taft In 1 30S, will bo tho man aging director In laao of the candi dacy of l'olndoxtor, the former pro gressive. A Hull Moose lu I till;. Mr. Kills Is an experienced noll- tlclun. Of progressive tendencies, ho vored one of those "xwcrful forces'' which, ho ays, uro doiermtuud to embroil us In all lOuro puaii turmoils and conflicts. wiih a "bull mcoose" of tironounred typo, and went over to Itoosoiolt In ID 12. The nlllance Is Indicntlve of the ef- lorts now oetnn; Hiicressfully and rroiliicllon's I'urt. livery Murker ifiai samis n production doca most ndrnlllv mmle tlirnin.hi,i tlio his part lo cut tho cost ot living for the Amorl- country lo bring together the regular can puoplu; and when their coal of living is cut iind progressho brandies of the re- lilii own cost of living Is cut. If ail the workers publican jKirty. It Is the principal lu thu United States speeded up producilon this political maneuver now under way week to tlio full capacity of what they can do n the field of republlcnti politics, when they gei down to brass tacks and are'all Quietly but with great thorough- ivorlitng in deliver tho goods, tho bottom wou.d mwt and old-fashioned republican tlrup out of tho high tost of living next ,ouk. wisdom tho control of the Chicago jpood up production: New. York .Sun. convention. In ndvnne of Its ineet- Ing, Is being gathered Into the hands I'ractlcal Cniililcnuhm. of a prouti of leaders of both the New York T.'lbune. "old guird" and "hull moose" per- Nn deuiocratlo pledges or traditon would stand miaston. I'olltlcal conferences are In tho nay of offering him (.Mr. Ullson) a third i lu process already nnd a sifting uumliiuion It conditions favored such a venture) out process Is going on whereby Is and ho Wito In a rccoptlvo mood. Tho only of- lining determined the strength and fectunl Htsuiance against an attempt to tun iho noeeptni'tiiiy or tne various canill nreBldent for a third term, his hoalih permitting, dates. These conferences will con both wings of the party stiportod Judge Hughes. Hut Hughes was beaten. I'l-ogivHsliert .mill Numerous. Republican leadeis uro taking no hances on detent 111 1 1120. Tliey are recognlrlng the fad that the old progressive sentiment In the United Stale Is mi III strong. The party split has been healed. Hu: the elements which produced tha split still remain. However, eondi. tlona have altered Thu principle upon which ltoonevelt made his great losing fight ore still the same,- for they weie by their very nature Indus. rmtible, but the npllcullon of them has liei oine obsolete. New conditions now confront tho party. The campaign of 1912, one if the most remarkable In thu po litlcal history of the country, w.ii fought on Issues wholly domoitle The campaign of 1920 may be fought on Issues largely Involving mentions of foreign pollry hs league of nations, our relations with Japnn and (Jrent Hrlmin. the Mexl- an situation, our naval policy the in hole faurlc of tho nation's forego relations. riiti'lgn Questions at I'ront, The IsHuis which caused tho party snllt in 1012 no longer exist !a uusos of party disagreement!) and strife. I'orelan ques Ions of trans-en-dent Impo.uince to America offer to legulars and progressives a comm n md harmonious place of meeting Tills fact has heun recognized by Wlll.nm J. Ilryan. Mr ltryan's whole movument to assert lis of yore his control oer tho democratic iarty Is In conse quence of his recognition of the fact that tho lssuo of the league of -nations promised to solidify thn 'epub Hums and disrupt tho democrats be yond tho hopo of repnlr. Ho has sought with his usual political Ha gaolty oall It artluir Instinct to .urn the channel of political tho gut and feeling back to domestic affal s, differences upon which In tho pas havo split the opposition, and cm 1 1. led tho domocratlc party twlco to win a presidential election, While the domocrnts aro floun dering In thulr wavering alleglincs to Tri s dont Wilson ami meir a i.a inent at the reaappca ance of the Hryan corpso suddenly galvanized Into a new life, unable ns yot to mako the chob o of loideishlp which It Is Inevitable they must soon make, the republicans nro cncouriiHlna the movement to emphaslzo Ameri canism nnd furolgn relations ns tho issues. This Is why tho wholo trea.y controveisy hns become s'.cklled o or by the pale cast of politics, until It hns becomo an International s-ranlni. Treaty Killed by I'ooplp. Mr. Hryan has seen Mint tho er.' sallies treaty as brought back by tho president has been killed, not by tho .republican sonato or the democratic senate, but by the Ameri can people themselves. They aro re sponsible, when at the Inst elections tboy took the control of the Benato from tho president and gave it to his political opponents. Atyl more over they knew whnt they woro do ing, for tho president had oxplalnod tho situation In udvanco. Therefore Mr. nrynn. practical politician, ndvlscs that this fact bo reeoKtitzed, nnd Mint tho treaty as amended with reservations bo ap proved and sent back to tho while house. That would transfor tho re sponsibility to president Wilson, but It would prevent the republicans from achlovlng their purposo to get together on nn unboatablo platform nnd split the democrats Hrjnu I'ractlcal Politician. Tho reason why Mr. Hryan has beon nblo to come back ns an ng grcsslvo and determined leader ol the party is because ho has had the native Instinct of a practical pol itician to recognize an inexorable fact. Mr. Hryan knows whnt tho re publicans nre up to, It wasn't neces sary for anybody to tell him, for ha Is a natural-born politician. Thus the republicans are getting together famously, and tho democrats are pluying directly Into their hands. It Is an intensely Interesting political situation, having many strange and new angles. Thero was never a campaign to bring forward as presidential possi bilities so many members of tho sen ate ns Mils campaign hns done, and that circumstance throws nn Inter esting sidelight upnn political do- velopments In tho United States dur- lag the past 15 years, Among the 1 leading republican possibilities uro ; Senators Harding of Ohio, l'olndex- ter of Washington, Johnson of Cali fornia. Hornh of Idaho. Hrandegee of Connecticut, Cummins of Iown, I-'re-llnghuyseti of New Jersey, Knox of Pennsylvania. Ixlge of Massachu setts and Watson of Indiana. Tlireo luiiiiix'tiitlt' Aspirants, The latter Is as available as though ho had not withdrawn technically to leave the wuy for Governor Goodrich, nominal favorite nun of Indiana. Lot all of thesu are avowedly candidates, but three of them are. and the rest are either nursing ambitions or else are generally recognized as available, nnd Invnrlahly mentioned in connec tion with the presidency. There nre Ihreo democratic senators who have boon mentioned Underwood, Hitch cock and Owen. In the house of representatives In either party there Is nol a single man ot commanding stature, not one who Is of presidential quality, not one who Is In the Who's Who of 13.19 Where are ihe M Klnleys, the Oar flelds and Hnndalls of today7 They don't exist The hotiso of representa tives used to bo thu breeding ground of statesmen. That Is nj , case. During tho Hoose--. t liberalize tho repul . house of representatu i, tured, nnd the power w i i the speaker Hinco "l shorn of his hair B. longer bred Champ grown nn inch in s' i1 wns first elected pie the house. If he ha I I t Hnltlmoro an old t.n e and master of the b associates, would H if over to Wilson? Mackul Mint Cannon had one. u would have been nomh more, there Isn't any ui The emergence of . ntors Is a new phase (.f mont, growing on' i f queliee of the lb s't speakership and 'he ex presidency Thoninici t apninst oxerutive enc evidence that the Irg. of the government Li n assert Hoc once i. coequal with tho exeiuti.e Kf 5,1 I ' i " 'si u r il ' I. lyHusbaxi CI By Jane Plhelpa lies lu the fact that even from the dcmocratlo point of view the record of his administration lias ceased to furnish capll.il easily convertible Into votes, tlnue. nnd by the time the natlonnl onventlon assombles In June tho man whether he be Htundpatter or pro. gresslie upon whom the entire con vention can best unite probably will have been didermlned upon. This Is the way thlngu look now. Working; for l':irt's Welfare, What Is now going on tn lleptlb- lloan politics shows very clearly that Italhcr Insinuating. New York Times. Tho manner of Mr. Month's maneuver Is worse than Its mutter. He asks Uovernor Louden to say wheihc'r, if elected ptesldeut, ho would un seat "to tho abandonment Washington, Jefferson, Ju Il mis a rami flavor oi mo Historic question .ri, ,nm.i - v,.in on "when did you stop beating your wife?" The word uu no mmrly inuItlnK im to teail lo tlio , mom an.l all th ImlUfitlonn point hullaf ftmf Sliinil.nl Itfiriill titilt.it.'DU f!nfiiriinH ' . .a.. S si .. . 1 1 .. s.oeo. in wouiii .on-.,, , eonven'inn will be thor- of the pr nclples of ,0, h, af, comple,vlv ,n the ,11U1,U uckson and Lincoln. I pf , u.a,iers by the time tho gavel belief that Senator Hornh believes Governor Loivden is In favor ot the treaty und means' to provoke him. to the existence of most friendly understandings between tho various republlcnn nsplrsnts, who on the sur face nppear to be engaged In bitter struggles for snpremncv. but who nre uctunllv plavlng nn nniicnble game together In the Interest of party wel- Sonio New- Trick New York Sun. If Mr. Hryan were nominated obvlnuily it would Iih on n Platform remullating Mr. Wilson's fare. covenant, or at least Ignoring It What platform Tl'0 alliance of an Ohio man with Ilryan would run on is not evident The Income the camo ilgn to bring about the tax, of which he was an early ndiocate, as In nomination pf Sena'or Harding eo- effect. So Is the popular election of United l'".ige In the senate might at first States senators. Prohibition is In the constltu4 glance "eni to mdlente the existence Mon and the fight for Woman suffrage Is won 'f nntl-Hnrdlncr elements In the Int- noveinment ownership of railroads Is a clo.ed '"r own "iijto. Poubtle-s it would Issue.' Hut there arc always trusts and courts b" ,,0,h lllU5,y1 n'"' ln"cpiirntij to to attack and maybe the Commoner still has gov ernmental guarantee of bank deposits on his mind. He Is ture to have some new trick In his lack. IU2II fciiMi. draw any snch conclusiion. for the fac's are th"' Senator Polndexter Is making no effort to Invade Ohio, nnd will make none, and that Senator Harding will not bo a andidate In Washington, which will send to Chi cago a delegation Instructed for Senator Polndexter. The amaUnmiitlon of the regu'.v Tin Now York World. The yeais since 1910 havo Keen ureal world eveuis uireuii aiceciiriK i ue census or laxo, pow ami the progressive wings of the in luuHirm. .ue . , i... 111,111 nun unman wara nrtv Is proi-eedlng wrh g oa' s c- nnd the great confli.-t with Milteleuropn hao , ess. That aiii.il. a Mni'en is reg inte l so blocked iinmii.'ratliin and set up eastward Hs ,kh"i'IiiI to republican vtetov, ' i ounler-i 'in eo'.i lul no Increment possibly will, h is n-.t to be te' n fie .leci. Mimtler than ili.it ..f lllo s looked for Vet p-,,, (vf ,-t, ,n e Th- i.ieiv -oil if ili.it inurement should shrink from H.OOiioii grc.i rs- .n j9' ' e-i v was s , wito to ll OnO 00" what a record will remtiln' lVv Mm- Mr Wilson una sup to Mu estimates i f Mie population of 'he United States, wh.io house s a no- tv pi d n- nronoi fall below 106 000 000 nnd hi this Undi"- Mie p-cs- re of the I ur poi" wift'y swelling mass tlio proportion of foreign, wnr s tua'ion t wns hen r-d -o a .lo burn U much lower than it was ton jears ago. jtrcc, but not ontlrcly, In 1910, whon The Horoscope "The itsr lacllnr, but do not compel." Sunday, .lanuai-y II, 1U2I). Venus nnd tho sun are In beneflo aspect today, according to aatrology, Saturn und Uranus aro adverse. This lo tho day of conflicting im pulses, discontent and unrest, if the stars nro road aright. Saturn and Uranus aro In evil placo, disturbing to the mind of man and Inclining toward selfish fears. Kill rumort nro likely to spread during this position ot tho st.us. owing to the sway of sinister planets, which will continue through much of the summer, the seers pre dict a presidential campaign in which the political b.ittlo Is fought with extreme bitterness. Por.wnalltics of a slanderous 'char ncter aro foreshadowed I news paper and platform discussions us well us by means of whispered gos sip. Tho planetary away that Inclines men und women to Judgo one an other without chanty will affect nil walks of llfu and tend to increase labor difficulties. This should bo an especially fa vorable government of the stars for women In business or professional life, presaging promotions and lion- 018. There is a sign slid to ho auspi cious for actors and artists of every sort. Those who r lucky enough to como Into contact with, porsoits who wield influence or power should gieatly benefit. It Is rend as a fortunate day for all who wouid gain favor with tho nubile, whether they be ministers In pulpits, public speakers or must clans. Astrologers foretell great develop mrtit of the motion picture indmtry along new Hues. Tho health should bo safeguarded during the next few weeks when conditions Mint test the resistance of the body to disease will develop. Person whoss blrthdale it is may bain a year 'hat exaels nnus.ial at tention u business. They should like o chances. Tho young will I'uuri a-'l marr CI t'dren born on this day :ire hkel to tie srmsftlvo and affection ate Thes stibtcits of Capricorn siiouni cuiuvaie initiative, lUwrtitil. mv;tr Unll.-Cluit,S..Jii;-S7nJlaU.t CHAPTKU XLI1I MOVING DAY Tho next month was a vory busy time for me. jt was no cony task to clean and leavo the apartment in flhapo for the incoming tenanta; and to iack up, take euro of tho baby, and do tho other work. Tom saw how tired I wua getting and insisted upon my taking Nora back. "Hut you said we couldn't afford It, Tom," I reminded him. "I know, but It will cost us moro If you get sick. Wo'll make out omo way," ho repliod na ho hurried away. "How Tom Is changing," I thought as. I buelod myself about tho bouse. "A month ago hu wouldn't have said that; and three months ago ho would have declared It Impossible. Per haps after all ho was going to be more llko I had been wanting him to bo over slnco I learned what one could do and have with a llttlo money and credit." Yet I wan still worried about my bills with the tradesmen wjion mov-Ing-day camo nnd they still wero un. settled. We wero going so far from that locality that It would not bo convenient to keep on with them, and It waa also doubtful if they would dellvor goods at such a dU tftneo. Hut they would Just havo to wait. I decided, 1 would write them a noto telling them to send their bills to the new address, that would keep them quiet until we got away Mien I would see what I could do about paying them, Tom could not leavo to come up and help me, so after 1 had seen tho big storago wagon start oft with our things tho baby, Norah and I took the subway down to tho new apart ment. Helen Is Nclghlxirly Helen met us In the hall and In sisted that 1 should let her tako tho baby whllo I watched tho men un load and told them where I wanted tho furniture placet). Then alio told Norah and mo to como in to lunch oon. "You're too good to me, Helen," I said, as wo Htenncd from the olnvator nt her apartment. I am going to I icavo a few- tilings for tho baby with ou, then go back down to my own rooms. "I am so dellgh'.ad to have you down hero that I don't know what to do. Walter says I hnvo tnlked, of nothing ulso slnco It was decided. "If my apartmoqt will loolt enly half ns pretty as yours doei I shall bo perfectly satisfied, I Mid as I looked around at tho dainty, crisp hangings, tho tlowored cretonnes and tho pretty furniture. "Hut you must havo bought a lot of now things." I had not been down slnco sho had set tled; nnd noticed many things she hud not had In tho old pltco, "Not so many. Of course the cur tains never fit. So I took those I had and mndo them over for the bod rooms, tho bath room nnd kitchen. Then I bought this muslin for II cents a yard and made them myself, I mado tho cretonuo ovorhanglngs, too. I don't think our moving ex penses and all cost me over tlSO." "One hundred and fifty dollars! And Helen had said 'only.' I had not planned to spend anything for new furnlturo but I thought ns I went down In tho elevator to my apart ment that I probably would need new curtains, too, and I would love some pretty, dainty cretonnes. In my heart I envied Helen her dainty, new Htyle furniture, though I had been rnore reconciled to our heavy old-fashioned pieces slnco Kvorctt Crandall had so admired them. A Timely Gift. Just as tho mon wero leaving a boy came in tho open door ot tho apartment with a long white box. Hut It was not long enough to conceal What It contained, as tho end had been cut out to allow the stems of the 1 flowors to come through I signed 1 for them, then opened the box. A I full dozen of lovely chrysanthemums, yellow and reddish brown lay on a bed of ferns. They were wonderfully largo and beautiful. Without look ing nt the card laid on top of them I Instinctively knew that ITverett Crandell had sent thorn. ".lust a welcome to your new home," he hnd written above his name. Again I wished that Tom had sent them, and wondered how much they cost: ;md If Tom ever would halo money enough to buy mo such lovely flmvers. "Luncheon Is ready." Helen Interrupted my thoughts with the Announcement. Then: "You lucky girl' What wonderful chrysanthemums!" "Aren't they beautiful?" I queried, as I selected three ot Iho Largest and gave them to her. She did not ask, nor did I volun teer any Informa'lon ns to who sinl hem. I Imagined she hnd mado a rather shrewd guess, hqwevor. Tomorrow Gottlng Settled. GI7TTING SI-7ITI.ni). C1IAPTIJH XLVI. Whn I tried my curtains I found that Helen was right, that none of them fitted tho windows. Other things, too, were needed, ns Is ahvayi Mie ease when nno moves, I hive round ,nl T o.il.l .,rtliln.. .i.i.. v.. -..,.. ,i.,.iui, ui an una i to Tom until the hc.ny iwrt of tho sei'ilng was over The furniture In' pmru, nt pictures nung, o c, Then I dldn t sny anything, either. I U.flltn.1 (1 lint, l .l.n " .-.- ui w, k., vueii una even I lnc nronnsnil thnt ten enll Union 1 1 was tired, and It would rest mo! I trusted her dainty har, s, K "int-r purcuuros wojiii t i!npri ,, uiui jiu uuiu noi ooje "t wui iittviiie mem aieo. I was right. . "How pretty and cozy ran ImiK ho exclaimed, "it mu t hs rcj; lunBiuKs. nuion; wo navent oa.il ui jui, uu anow Ilolon explained how she . .i,.. 'i7t" .",-.7 "",.7 """ 'mii ...u u,u uiniiiK loin a 1 slut ing nun nn inrougn tho r xicn wo reaonod home ia.at0: mo: "I guess you'll ha' o to dn m .u-ii-ii tun; use mo out i ' i r.s jno puilrooms and ge- new for u it ins unu uining room "Hut, Tom, I haven t a r nny c my nllowanco left thai I oan I unswered, "Well, It's got to Ii-- fit; 1 ) someway, it looks as bar n-j n iiomciiKo na fury afi r UUe.'i upanmonr. "Why don't you open an a -out for mo at one of the hi- d a. m r stores whero they carry cv -ti.l f Then 1 could cot wli.it u,- , . needed," X added without wading (orl an answer, "und it wouilni ccsl ii any moro and we'd have ho cs Cj tho things right awa,. inr:ead waiting goodness knows hew lor.f1 for us to save tho anonoy ' I waited breathlessly f3r his m swor. I knew if I couIJ win h.r over to that, my troubles wero enJe. when I wanted something pret y u wear, or for tho house It neat: entered my foolish head that b.tj might be Just beginning. "You see," I continued, when hi said nothing, "you aro gen ng a go.! salary now. Twlco as ta uch asm had whon wo were married. Andjt) aro with a progressive man i quoted him, "that makes all the dif ference, too." "Hut, Sue, we aro three now in stead of two," four, rcaliy. bc-auul can ecu that you'll havo to le; Norah most of tho time Then n Hro paying Just double -cni He get in tho hole if wo don ' looko t Then "Hut we must hae tlml windows fixed up, someway In wrlto nimblo's and telt ihcm iocs an account In your name That'i ', medium priced placo and they u: everything under tho sun" 1 was o elated I counl s arcC keep from dancing; but I iianigd to keen within hounds as I sau "Tho aoonor you do it. Hie tJonerVa i can rix up inu nouse. Helen I learn thn News I could scarcoly wait umd T " had left to go in and toll Helta till news. "Tom is going to open nn " count for me nt Hlmblcs Helen,'" 1 exclaimed, und I want yea to r down with mo to buy tho curtaini "Toduy?'' "No I guess not today l'li M to wait unMI Tom tell mo u u ' right. "Very well, I'll go any ' you say, I'm glad Tom has de iu J to bo aonsiblo ut bust and let you r.4 accounts. It's such a convenient shn renlted. than nstonlsheil me asking; "Did Evorett Crandell jj you thoso chrysanttiemuo. "Yes, I answered nln.u- wlthos thinking. , "Don't' think I'm noaev. but IM; man surely la In lovo w.iti you ' very near it." ".N'onesonse! why Helen everfMi knows that I lrJvo Tom. t--it,J overviien T linnw. "IVhv e en S' Morton laughed at mo f-r ftl0Wl my feelings so plainly, uea saw let people know by my ns u I had not beon long marred "Well, look out for i ni. that's nil. sho said l.iugt .g " dangerous," , " shall tell him seme you have labeled h.r . -"then you'll see how ! a nny sinister intention i aJ that phrase In n not Tomorrow The Accuunt u J. Must mjoy Mio "sTieni. To a man up u tree n " ''' Mr. Hryan la bont upon ii l self knorknd Into a eucit'-o at moro. Mucon TcWraiiH IMng HfM-rso nngllli. The dlstlnctlo mu'eaa , . college profcssois in i 1 rally inspires admirers ' las Hutler with in' lugtan Star. -.el rj,f S. J l!i Wliero Ilo Holds Worl v.us .hero . a. tonous a glutton for i' William Jennings Ilryui does nut rt-laln one.- 1 un. ltccri v Me3; It's Great To Ho t niy. , A Hols .ovist's idea of e "'sF" n nn n.lt nnH l..h lllA tlJft) tl 1 ' gei ricn ny sieaims - . - . i, fn,n Ctrl t . urn.n llturiKUti? uo it. ,.. " Thnt'H "Cruel und I misu"1 In auth Dako a pn. J dldntca aro expected 1 eight words, being th"3 ' J.. mission' to ay It " ' flowers. Chicago News . . .". .. ..- m II! And (iosiil limv no """V cifl Mr. Hryan has beon u 't J,l suaded to allow hlmse f ' J candidate aguln. .Minncapv- - i unci. 1 I