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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1920.
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Hklalook In Ki'ltlim Hi flrnt limto of fiiini.. It oilKlimtiMl "HtrntiKo inaliiily" anil mi far It in tlui only plncH wliero any or the vlotlnm Imvn ilk-el. Tho aliiianiin inakprx "liould oall In tlmlr fill tloiiH anil Hlart ovor. The "new nni" IiukIih TrMay. Colonel IIoiiho U tpiortid lo linvo ar'rlvoil ut Mm ToxnH "lintun aflt'r an iilininco of many munlliii. Ho hail notlilnir to nay nn miial. lint If tln Hihlnx pvir iloeii find IiIh Nppprh ho'n Hiiro make nonio otlii'r folkM limo tliclrit, Tln'y iiro bikini- a rolIoRo volo on wlicthor tlio cnvi'itiuit Hliontil lm nilopli'il with or with out amoiiilnmnln. Atlnr thin tmt of "imlillo ntlnipnt" has Ijpim announcvil wn hiikkphI that tho pontniiiMteiH bo aUo volfil. That oiiKht to nlliinh II. Tim WfmhlnKtmi itnvuniniPtit hai ri'fuicd to iccolvi) .nny jiurt of tho. (Inrnuin Inilnmnlty nx iifli(l Jiy tho -alllPH for tint HlnklUK of thn yor inan fleet nl Hcnui l'low. Tho WaHjilnKton (?ov ornniont Is mo kodiI Hint It cm in in aoroit incmciy from W Biiuicn oxcopt ltd own taxpayer. Wu havn ligon li'iirnliiK about South D.ikota'H pi enlilontlul primary law for riovoral woelm, and Htlll wo don't uudorHland It. Ah near an wa can flKiiro II, the party ohlotn holil a oonvonllon' and ii'uoiuinitnd mouio uandldato to rim uudor tho party I'lnhlom.. Hut other oandldatox oau iiIno net on tho ticket by petition, running an liulo pciidpulii. All that ruin been thrcoheil out and wo thought ended It. (lenoral Wood necurd thn party oudoiHoment and lx to ro on tfio ticket uiulor tl(o oni;le. Now rumw Honutor I'lilnibixter and ehiillmiRo.s (lenoral Wood to n joint ilvbato, and It In pointed out that tho law provUun Hint the party rtindtilnto on thu ticket limit accept such ulmllmiKo and actually delialo, or havo hi iiiiiiio taken off tho ticket, Tho rtotilh Dakota unions cvlduntly Inlomluil lo dls couraKo iircHldeutlal avplratlonH. ON l.Nii:it()1'S filtOHNIi. Tho action of tho Now York ntnttt loKlslaturo In tBfiiHliiB to unit five HoclallntH oleclvil to that body Iiiih Hhocki'd tint untlon. Party linen havo been Kmnxhcd by men of all faiths comlcmuliiK tho action. In the Unitod HUUwh hoiiiIo Henaliif llorah matin thn tiieldent tho subject of nu ex tended sprech. In which he nawertcd Unit tho ver foiindatloiiH of tho government had boon assailed, thin If mci could he barred from a legislative assembly bedtime they bolOHRed lo tho socialist parly, thon democrat couhl bnr republicans and republicans bar democrats. "In tills country." said the senator, "mon uro free to hold any political beliefs they choocc provided lieb Hcilvllles are along IukoI lines. It Is permissible), and would be constitutional, for us to change this gov ernment -in u socialist or soviet system If It were ibmo thiotmh thu ballot box und In constitutional form." All of whloh Is ton true to evon discuss. Hut the very Kfnvlty of Hie nctlon token by tho Now York legislature argtin strongly Hist there was Involved In tho ensi something mors than tho political affiliations mul bollof of tho men barrcil. The character of somo of tho men 'otlns (fuvurtiblo to tho action taken forces this view. Tho decision of tho legislature was merely to suspend tho represent.uivos pending ft thorough Investigation and fair hearing. That tho mom 1 hers themselves roiilhso the gravity of tho action . thoy nio taking is pvldonced by the speochea made. Col. Theodoru HooHovoJt, in his maiden sppecli, 1 quoted as saying: "The assembly has embarked upon n gravo matter, and I consider A tho duty of evory iibspniblymnn to bo In formed absolutely on every ilotnll that a suuaie deal may bo given tho suspended members." Of cour;", It it should appear that tho mem bers were suspended for no graver cuiiso than that they aro soclali-ita, a very eicnt mistake ba I" r, ni I'b . iri i rcp.v ,lbie wr'i.lg com nil i' i one ih.it must lm rotidemne'l un MirlriKly by every man eommltlml to nonstltu tlnniil govrnmenl. Tor thn elected repnieentii lives of l he people rnny believe whatever they wish and yel rlnlm Ihelr rights under the consti tution, su long us I hey purpos vitalizing their pnlltlrsi theories through the ballot box. If, however, they stand convicted of trettmnmhle sets, or evn doctrine; nd if thoy should he re fused association with institutional bodies no matter whit ihelr elective majority may have been. I'or Just m this government could not remain half slave, hh If free, Just so now It can not endure half patriot and half traitor. It Is prudent lo wlthold further criticism of the New York legislature until the facts are disclosed by tho Investigation now under way. NO Siritl-ltlSi: I.N KIINATI! ACTION. How ever much other rial lone may have been disappointed by the senate's action In refusing to approve the treaty without ample roeervn Hons, evidence Accumiilalea hm It paused no surprise. The London Times, commenting on the disappointment anys: We cm n hardly blame Hie Amerlonii senate. It should never have been faced with the horrid alternative of no peace, no covenant. The fault llesSwith the p resi lient, who attempted to force upon tho legis lature of hla country more than that legis lature could lensonubly be cxpoi ted lo accept. Hut that does not nltr the situation of Murnpe, which does not grow brighter. The only comforting fact iri the situation W trim there la still a Hiltlsh Meet, and there ere sHIl tho allied armies. As to the strength of the allied armies we should bo morn al ease if there had been a little less haste In demobilisation, it Is always foolish to reduce military strength below the leall lles n! the political situation. Any resulting economy Is likely to cost the nation dear later on. . To lm sure. Which t..""- us back lo tho nlttiatlon existing at thn time President Wilson first landed In Kuiopo. Tho league hhm, first advocated by theorists as an aeademlo proposi tion, having been submitted to ptautlcal states men, had been rejected, because H was Instantly discovered, once the proposal had been analyzed, that the United Htales would be called on to surrender nol only morn than any other coun try, compared to the bcnefllH It vould receive from a league, but morn than tho practical statesmen of Kugluml and I'riinco believed It could be Induced to yield. TIiIh belief tho piesldont succeeded In rolling back, by avowing, himself the Interpreter of American thought and purpnto, and evincing n willingness lo go even further In sacrificing American sovereignly than (loorgo nnd Clemen ceau had thought essential. l'lum that moment tho league Idea grew. When, o,n his tetlirn from n hurried vl.nlt home, the president vltlously vetoed tho iwn-lnstru-inout plan which had been tentatively agreed In In his absence, n 1 1 doubt fldd, nnd tho allied authorities entered wholeheartedly tnlo his plan. That tho original doubts were Justified Is now ulenr. And It Is because of this that foreign sentiment Justified the action of the senate. No nation Is pround of another nation that evinces neither capacity or pride. CAPTIOIt.S .Mil. (1A1.M VAN, Now comes llepresentntlvo (iiilllvan of a Massiiehusotts province and makes ugly chargPB against the small but In somo quarters esteemed secretory of war. The cnua; of his discontent Is the manner In which the gold braid, tinsel and war deconitlons have been awarded. "Tho distinguished service medal has been cheaponod," says Mr. (Jalllvan, "and certainty ridiculed by the bold and brazen manner In which It lias been passed out to thoso who bo iling to tho elect It has been used us a reward for friendship." Marsh charges, t nay. Ami If true calling for punishment. Hut the Massachusltls demo crat goes further. Hear him: "It In common talk In the army that our present thief uf staff and one of his n slslants, a colonel, whose duly It wan to itreit end dlue foreign missions horn, la Washington, have no space left between their bells and their collais to display the medals that have been given them as a result of this service." Had taste, to ho sum, congressman. Hut nothing lo get hel up bout. it tho "boys" wanted to kid themselves by pinning on thum selves a piece of tin strung on a sliver of ribbon, for service performed by themselves on tho dnugernus ballroom floor or in the dining loom trenches, why dlsturbe tho party and rock the boat? And quite from thn opposite anirbi, Is It not true that such decorations uro appropriate? Wo think It I. The colleges havo their rah, rah bo'yV; why not the war department? Wo have had some criticisms concerning the type of men glypn the swivel-chair Jobs and thoso ordered to tlio front. Here and thcro a voice has boon rained In protest about tho matter, venturing that In somo Instance men who should havo Itono to' tho front wure kept at home. Tho result, we believe, shows that no such PlilTIf, (Copyright. 1010, by Hdgnr A. duest.) When things are running croaswlse and tho engine's out of gear, When the road i rough and rocky utul the sky Is far from clear. When you're plainly up against It and you're surely out of luck, hat's the time to use your courage and to show your stock of pluck. Must anyono can 'travel on a road that's smooth and clear, A riil anyone can gel there If he only has to steer, Utit when the motor's halky- and you're run ning In the muck. If you're ''ver going to get thcro you must call upon your pluck. There's no thrill lu pasy sailing when thn skies are clear and blue, There's no joy in merely doing things which anyone can do, Hut ihero Is somo satisfaction that Is mighty sweet to lake , When you reach a destination that you thought you'd never make. So when everything's against you and your plans are going wrong, Just face the situation nnd keep moving tight along Don't su down nod wall and whimper, oven though Jimi may be stuck, You're not 1 ' helpless If you still possess your pluck. mistake was mode in the rase of tho chief of etalf und hla colonej nld referred to In the complaint. Tho manner In which thoy be decked themselves for home service performed In the face of great danger, Just naturally proves that It would havn been cruel to rend them whero h air was filled with tho stenrh of powder nnd Hying missies. That would have mussed up their clothes and Injured tholr feel ings. Somebody had to perform for the foreign iplielons at home, and the event goes a' long ways towards proving that no good soldiers worn spoiled by such a feminine service. On the whole, Mr. (lalllvnn, we oannot en tertnln your oomplnlnt. Thn objections aro not well taken, lit the fellows have tholr little ploy-prettied. Men who subordlnato their man hood to fawn at tho feet of llukor surely do serve "deoorntlons." We'll any sol A Mlseofirl magistrate hns sent tho murderer of Udltor Itoblnson of that state to Jail, deciding, after careful consideration, that nt tho tlmo the crime was committed tho season had closed on Mretourl editors. The dispatches any Class may decide tho fight for democratic senate leader. Deciding flghta Is one of the best little things tho secre. tary-wenntor does, as Tulsa Imnkers found out It Is wild that the allied diplomats now see the red terror ns peril of the world. There in tills to be sold of tho allied diplomats: They do learn. c 3 Oklahoma OutburnlH my OTIS LOIITOM.. Cam ituseell'M ambition eeoms to ho to let tho Cat out of tho bag. Wo have eomntlmes wondered, says Hill Dlngloy, why a political election cannot bo as harmonious as a nuns eieciioo. When the democratic state convention meets in Muekogee Senator Owen win prooaoiy wish lie Uml given that municipality an ainieuc num The girl on South Main says tho reason sho did not get In the diet for the I'.lk show Is that only girls who can sing and dance with one movement were wanton. A dlepntch says tho vote of Senator fllass may decide the demncriitli! leadership In the senato today. Then wo can savo lelrgiapli tolls by an nouncing now that It will not bo Senator Under wood. r.. ........ . ,.. ...nl ttnttf:baftra fn n v-;iinwn i! in, iiiw, o , ... ........ . ,i .... .. rty ' dliectory aro working In Oklahoma City nt thn same time. As was to bo expected, some or tlio citizens prcier to paironnu mu cuy in rectory.' A gas meter Is one of tho mysteries this col yum never expecln to solve, but lu all of our gaseous experience we never knew a meter to work moie diligently for the company and fur nish less gas than one wo wot of did last gas mouth. Ths In not mentioned merely to draw applause from tho populace, but the Idea Is sug gested by the figures on a card which Is now staring' u.n 111 tho face. Snap shots from tho Dallas News: Our po rtion simply In that nny man who pays 18 for a hat Is nu vain as a woman and with Ickh cause Personally wo don't sut oursclt up an being su perior to electricity, but wo can eat toast faster than an electilo to.ietcr can toast it. l'urther more, we fall to see why any young man should wear a belted coat. Inasmuch ns nobody cares whore his hugging line Is. Our Idea of an un natural mother Is a woman who hires nurses to play will her own baby's Iocs It has Just about gotten mi In this country that a man can be handsome and still not get anywhere Percy Noodles eas that when ho told tho capitalist's daughter If he wcro Cupid he would shoot her wllh nu arrow an big an a table leg, she s.ilil file was glad he was only a pool shooter. c Barometer of Public Opinion ) s Terms. That blessed word liberal" as applied by the "parlor ieds" to the "Ituaslnn" brand Is aliout an logical ns the term "temperance advo caie" when applied to a bone-dry prohibitionist. Now York Herald. Merger's Case. Ilergor failed his country in a crisis. Ho was lacking in patriotic duty Men of his stamp havo no place lu congress. The constitution leaven either branch tree to purgu Itsulf of mem bers wIioho qualification.) It disbelieves In. Tlio house doesn't bellev In Merger's and no con li .try view on MIlwauKee'H part ought to nhAko lis conviction. Mr. Mann's predisposition to faulty Judgment, cannot save Merger. It In fortunate for tho republican holme organization that the e-leadcr's vagaries can no longer lo tted on Us capacity to distinguish Bound from unsound leudeiehlp. New York Tribune. Met mi the Tanner. Heru'l'e American l-'ederatlon of l.abor, the ralHv"aybtotiierhoods, tho I'nlted Mln Work ers and the test of them run up against llovernor Allen, out in Kansas, on thin question of his bill to establish a court of Industrial relations to "make it unneceesiiry for organized labor to use tho club of the etrlke," wo aro going to seo something worth while Wo nro going to see an exhibition In tho flesh, and bono and'marrow of how the (loiiiperso and tho farmers come together on such Issues whther In n brotherly embrace or In a head-on collision. Meanwhile, tin to the particular legislation in question, our little bet goon down on Henry J. Allen and thu KanKiiw fanner. Now York Sun. HlaJug the Way, Governor Allen believes that tho problem of protecting the people by the Instrumentality of law can be solved by creating a court of indus trial relations to Intervene In the event of a stubborn strike or arbitrary lockout affecting the necessaries of life and lake measures to provide them for the public welfare. Hut pre vious to action by such a tribunal, employer and workmen will render thomeelvra Pablo to pen alties by attempting to limit production and by refusing to perform any duty enjoined by llio act. Governor Allen's attempt to blaze tho way to Industilal peace and the protection of con sumers will be watched with sympathy and con cern by the people of every state. New York Times. Ironical (Tlmnx, If tho war powers of congrtsss are what a majority of the supreme court maintains In affirming the validity of the Volstead act, there seems to be no limit "whatever to tno legislation that congress con enact In time of war. It can decreo what emergences It, chooses. . It can enact Hiu'h legislation as It pleases to meet these emergencies. It can suppress all tho constitu tional guarantee that It sees tit to suppress and It can destroy all property that It s,es fit to destroy. Thcic-ls no redress, nnd congress re quires no Justification except a state of war. which It has solo power to decreo At tho end of the war to make tho world safo for democracy we now find ourselves henceforth at tho mercy of a congressional autocracy Was there ever a more Ironical climax to a great exploit In Ideal W l'" alf of "m,m" liberty- Xew York Closing " Take a lettep. M.LEMlrJE,-SOMEWHERE IN RUSSIA -SIR,- HAVE JUST SHIPPED TO YOU A BOAT LOAD OF REDS IKf MISCELLANEOUS SHADES. THIS WILL BE FOLLOWED BY SEVERAL FUTURE CONSIGNMENTS UNTIL I EXHAUST MY SUPPLY. THEN) INTEND TO DISCONTINUE THAT lime entirely. trusting you will find these up to Your standard, iam very truly, ALSO, ADD,- N. B. THESE GOODS ARE NoT RETURNAE)LE. I SHALL NOT BE 5q SLOW IN THE FUTURE.. Husban andl By Jane PHnelps CHAITHU Xr,VllI. I A New Problem. After Tom went to work for Mr. ! Crnndell his habits changed to a i much later, "seeing a man" meant almost any thing. "I'm very glad to see you," I re plied. "To tell the truth I was u lit tle lonely. "Then without meaning to I told him of Helen's telephone, und how she nnd Walter wero prob ably still waiting for us. "And 1 spoiled it all by keeping Tom out!" ho said trying to look sorry, and not succeeding. "I tell you what we'll do. That very pic ture Is being shown right around tho corner from here. I'll take you." 'Oh. but I cuuldn't leave. You know my little maid goes borne at night unless we plan to be out late." "That's too bad! You mako mo feel guilty." A Plrasnnt Kwiilng. He. made mo feel guilty. Ho had come In, I reasoned, partly becauso he thought I might be lonely. So I at onco tried to make his call as pleasant ns I could. After we had talked a few minutes he, rnther shamefacedly, reached for a package ho hail laid on the tablo when ho came and said: "I brought n box of sweets with me; I thought perhaps you wero 'end of them." "Oh. I nm!" I exclaimed ns I npen d the hex; "I love candy, always have Hut you nre too good to me," t continued, candidly If recklessly. great extent, I now know from ne cessity, rather than from choice. He wns later In getting homo; moro fre quently remaining out for tho eve ning, lie ulwaya telephoned, so I didn't worry particularly, but occa sionally I felt uncomfortable. One night he telephoned ho would not be .homo until very late. Mr. Crandell wished him to entertain a largo prospective customer, and he could not well refuse. I replied "all right ns cheerily as I could, but I was disappointed. Helen and Wal ter wpro down town to dinner, nnd sho had Just telephoned to have Tom and mo meet them about 8 o'clock and wo would go to a moving picture that wan making a great stir Just then. Of course, timid ns I was about going about New York alone. I never dreamed of meeting them without Tom. And as sho had left It that If wo weren't there the. wouldn't expect us; I couldn't reach her. The clock had Just struck 8; nnd I sat thinking that Just at that time Helen and .Walter Were waiting fo us, when I heard the elevator slot on our floor. 1 paid no uttention. ni I expected no one; yet though a little bitterly that the yotijtg woman ncrns.- the hall I had not yei met iter wan not going to spend a lonely evo nlng. A Visitor. Hut to my surprise It wns my bell that rang, nnd when I went to the door there stood Kverett Crnndell. hat In hand, smilingly waiting to bo Invited In. ' "Won't you come In?" I stam mered. "If vou will let me," he replied smilingly and followed, mo into the living room. " I took his hat nnd coat, and nfter ho hnd seated himself in response to my Invitation ho said: "I suppose you aro astonished to see mp after my cruelty in ordering "you nro always giving me something nice." "t wish I might!" he said In n tone which brought the hot blood to my face. "Hut you have sent me bo many Invelv flowers, nnd" "Please don't speak of them. A trifle," he Interrupted "Sometime I should like to give you something really worthy of you. Something nice." "Vou nro too good," I rurm tired and then to my relief ho changed tho subject and talked Interestingly of his travels, telling me quaint stories of foreign life until tho clock struck 10. "I did not dream It wnn so late," h" apologized ns ho rone to go, "you shouldn't be so entertaining." Aflrr. he left I sat trying to think what ho meant. I hnd scarcely snoken a dozep words tho entire evening- Tomorrow Monpv Troubles Again Tom to take Haggy to dinner nnd tho theater. Hut I had to see a mnn up near here, and thought perhaps you wouldn't mind If I dropped In nnd chatted a minute " His pucusn win so plnualble, so coolv given that I never thought of doubting him. It wan only later. c 3 England bituminous yield oil. heated In ABE MARTIN A Seattle inventor's revolving fan In Intended to bo mounted on one side of a rocking chnlr nnd driven by tho motion of tho chair. A South Afrlcn has put Into force a law for the governmental super vision of dnlrles to bring the indus try to the highest possible standard. Waterproof lap robes have been Invented In Knglnnd for nutomo Idle drivers that remain In placo should n driver leave his "car. A new fly ft-np for household uso employs nn electric fan, to be con nected to a light socket, to draw insectB Into o receptacle. Bulgaria makes somo of the world's finest carpets and tho gov ernment maintains a school for tho Instruction of skilled weavers. Under the pntronngo of the pres dent of Uruguay tho first pan-American congress of nrchltects will bo held at Montevideo In March. Tan brakes that displace tho air henenth a car and rcta.d its mot! m and also keep ths hub brakes cool have been fitted to automobiles used on mountainous roads in Switzerland. Th' olo reliable Pcoplo's Hank 'II close Its doors fday for th1 first tlmo in a half century as a fifteen-cent bread factory wants th' room. Ike Holes '11 cut out luxuries an' go bare footed this winter. Out a Bad Lot A radio station with a sending radius equal to half way around the world und with a capacity of 72,000 words a day will be built near Hor de" ox f The Young Ladg V J that I found out that i ' The 5 Jiirig lady ncrof..n tho way stys she favors tho restriction of immigration as she understands l foreign exchange In now certainly .-. iow- anu we certainly ought to bo niore careful about whom we lot In for a while. TH :A Leading A merican Piano" has a deposit of clay so that bricks made of it gas nnd ammonia when retorts. Ask any of your friends who have Vose Pianos of Its dura bility. They will tell you as wo do, that tho beauty of tone nfter years of servlco and tho general "wearing qualities" of tho Voso mako It nn Ideal ,mr-chaso. MUM, y&rfetll&fotjr (TV Iiennic'H NolcbooiT) r .... ... .. Ala U-as .-enilln, th.. . . ...... run MU lu pup, Vtl.ii,n, reed about tho W0I11.1 nsleop for weeks nnd we. ,nJ J" dock tors cant seem to w.,k ,,r , No, I dldcnt reed about ...r A shos a lucky woman to s,. ,, thS the high com of living, I , sho does It? sed pop rlw Dont bo foolish, Willi nm ,,. axsident. sed ma. iu And this mornlne I u,i ... account of ma ciliim. ..... . UP 0I ii nun iiiuroing t wo-if. ""i lion. Biuiirs cxier iouu, una I in .... ..... c.i-r iouu, nun i in mt iroint- In t,ni-i,iii,l ... ... ' .rn that ladv. and ofiee u. ... , . v. to aUool 111 wako up. A ,l t I.,..,- .... . ""''1' V" "Ul- anx, i,r,r una tnn Mtiin ritn.il...- .... ... ''i Penny, do you wunt t,. t, skool, wats tho matter with m... ,L, morning? Mo Jest ayin ,, rny eyes snui iiku a lady thu cant wako up, nnd ma. nhooi ,,,, h,,J us enything, oaylng, Wake ,, '!,!' up, wake up, my goo.h.Ks s.,e, Wlch tho moro she sho. K n,einr, I dldont wako up, und i, t , Wlllyum, will you come ,.,tr , i. ii i.. ivu iwi uei, ,ir l I., . .. I cant seem to wake tins I..,. ,,, da you slppose t-nyihlnig ( (!: matter with him And j, ,,ook .ii- tuiuii, ....I,.- un imr u rna I uiu, on account or being a lurdatl shaker, suylng, Hay, -hike a ... I Nloitrn ii tin. tlila lu ' 8' 1 Mc Jest laying theie i h n evw shut, and ma sod, o goodn y,n. yum, sifmthtng must bo tip. mattr with him. Uf I think I know wats the muttc with him, sed pop. Mu tMnliln' Gosh, ho thinks I got the same mini tho lady had. If he's not up by the time I count 3 sed pop, lm going to lake th!i glass of lco wattlr and pure it riU down his neck. I. 2. Wlch Jest then 1 quick opened mr I ....... .....I,. Tit. I ........... 1.. ...n . . vft-n, naj.iib. -i.. v-li-l.utiy call me O no, you must of bin diecmlnr. sed pop. Him not having a glass M wattlr nt all, and I Bed, I must of bin steeping iiko mat lauy. Tell that to tho marines, sed nnn. Meenlng he dldont blecvo me, and h grabbed a hold of my hair and pulled mo up strate and I quick got out of bed the rest of tho way by mpjtli without walling for him to help at. , r 3 The Horoscope "The tr Incline, bnt do not rompd." TliurMluy, January 15, 10 JO. This is not an auspicious day for most human activities, for the Sun is In a place held to be mo.: threatening. Tho rule Indicates for men In po sitions of power and uuthority i mood of stern and unrc.entiess r Hlstanco to thoso who make uppeili to them. Thus capital mny not bo incllntd to accede to tho demands of labor and increasing difficulties may ec sue. It Is not a fortunato day to apply for positions or to seek employmcr: of any sort. Anxieties and pessimistic rumor may bo produced by the rule, whin makes for unlucky direction to th minds of montils who holds the dm tlnles of muny men and wumt-n a .heir grasp. Tlilu Inlnrnrnlnttnn nt t!i fl-Tur. for today may mean th.it rulers t j wen as rmanciers tre to expcritnc a pftrlod of gravo wixiety. Tho full force of tho change!, fore cast for tho new year will be ft.: but gradually and the spring will ' a period of most peril to the lcir" and happiness of tho nation. Women h,ould o cxceeiling'; wlso during tho next few weeks, re membering that they s-rve t country best by doing wh.v .u Jifir est home, which must be sif- guarded In every way possible. The young probably will feel ef fects of tho pl.moUry government , which will bo confusing to JuilS j merit und likely to produce dlscno i tent. . Menacing stars warn the lw, t nation to practice thrift and to pre- . ,,.., fii- fntiirw trew. Weeks In which there 1U H need to practice tho Ideals of uni versal brotherhood aro fore shadowed. , Increase In the number of fires J prognosticated and one of Incendlirr origin will cause big losses. Persons whoso blrthdato it Ij cw cxperienco somo anxieties In Iras. i.... tl.n.. neml tint nruve so lemn.' GlrlB should bo exreedinsV . cnutlous in making new acquiH' tnnces. , ... Children born on this d-tv likely to bo proud and domlneeruz Those subjects of Capricorn usuaT are restive unner u '-.. ented nnd Industrious. -..i lOwrlrtt. llHU, by in. MrOureNr.iripf-n Mtstc jjt Essential e vo SE Easy to Own on the Jenkins Thrift Plan CALL OR WRITE FOR CATALOGUE 417 South Main St. Osage 3133-3134 A. J, Cripe, Manager