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TTTLRA DAILY WORLf), FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1920.
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Ihit th itti i nil MrtnUtlnn of tfi I Hr fsinilir WerM far lh month of Imtr, 1010. S4.7S7, to th tell of or UwMti ami l.lll K K. MIOTT. OlrenUlton Mimr. flnWrfh4 nd dvvrn nnfor tn thlt All tf of D mh.r, 1919. MAItr.l. KKIW. Milurr Vnbllt Wjf ommlMlos otrtron tn-teW 17, 1BJI pnoNT w"u 1 iu "ai.i. 1 1 1 :i a i i t m "n nth Zq Hihlical Quotation ) liUDAY, .lANUAIir ao. I will Jo a Knttior unto ynti ml y Hfinll " my norm and dniiKlitcru, miitli tlio Iinl Al UilKlity. II Cor. till. lVftloo to lh rfxuliK1"" of tlm Iortl, Wlio tillM liln Iif-opln ly ti In wnrrti Anil Blioro, An ntroni? nn JiIh ili-crreii. Ho mlii hl Itlntlcnt iinmiliion. Dourly Itrtnvnd, lit- n clrnnno ourwilvofl from fill flltlilnnKn ot tlio flrnh tttwl nplrt, porfnctlnn hollnrn In tlio four of (loil. II Cor. 7:1. Mr. Flololier nocmn to bo ono "dcrmrvliiB detnocrat" vrlio hnmra when ho h.ia enottich. Hut rvrn the lay-mind mn tindrrtnanit -why Hint trcamtry portfolio li utul'flnlilo. Tho cable dHpatehoii ay h Ittlllrit ro In doutit iu ito wht to do," -whloli fstftbllatifs Oiolr klmhlp with our own annatora. f5lr Oliver Ixdiro haa encountered difficulties In maklnr hU American audlencea underntund Jtwt how mnnll an atom In. Why don't he tako Secrertary Maker nnnp; an an llltiMrattont Vo are not at wr w.lth Iltnnfa and wo are not on Pfro tnrma with Russia. Then why al low this Marten ponton, who reprcaonta Uusnlii, a room In our houtwT Olve him tho Iwot and alam -tho iloorl Tlio curso of Uio time Is jrmnplnr for powcr.'J declarvN Qovrrnor CoolldKo In refunlnc to launi'h ft vrvnldentlal boom. That fellow eooma to Ixi tlotemilnixl to Xoroo nn to hand Mm nbout tho best wo hnvo. OoYemor Itobertaon nnnounem that ho will follow the recommendation of tho deinouratlo otute convention In tho matter of'callliiK a spo clnl m-Mslon, of tho lofjisliituro to ratify tho mif fraeo aniendmnnt. Whlrti neomn to lo In lino with tlio theory of eomo that Oklahoma belontm to the democratic party. Tlie wnr department Is polntlnR with pride to an enlisted member of tho iiunrterntnjiter'M corps who has saved $20,000 In 6-J years. Why pick on tills modest. Inconspicuous piker, when thero ore other who havo done a t;ood bettor 'than that In a few months' tlmo? Con nection wltJi Uie quartermaster's corps Is the next thine lo cacryinj: a key to tho government vaults. A contributor to Itaromnter of IMibllo Opinion, who ts also a warm udmlrer of Herbert Hoover, saym "If tho men who oro knooklnR Hoover over nee fit to tour Kuropo, I advise thorn to keep out of Ilolirtum and Uo Invadoh urea of 1-Ynnco or io co Incognito; they know Hoover there." Which inoy be true. Hut for tho brother's In formation we wish to obsoro that 'neither llnl Bium nor the Invaded area of VYanco U as yet olectlnsr presidents for the tlnltea States. A3IKHIOA AXTJ KNOUNI. An KnElMitnan named tlardlner has returned to HtiBlanil from America, and he writes In lha Iotidon Intly New Unit the Irish question Is Din buRlg of American antipathy to KnRland. Comtnentlnit on the liu:lllitnun's story, tho San KrwicHco lCiamlner iiocurntoly nets forth th American vlfHim'iit as Tho World undor BtaiHlN it: "An HnRlltihmun ni'fler nees anythlnir but what ho unnt to see, ami Mr. Onnllnflr hiw been wholly unable ', we the renl onumj ot the attltudti of American t toward KegUnd. "Americans do not dislike KnglWhmen; In tho main, they rather tlko tbem. "It Is the ISngllshr.mn's covernment that Atnerloanrt resent; tlie mrime aelfuhnene of Knglund's polltloHl pillr.:i the disposition to mako ever)' nation mre eJtpw to dra JJnr; land's chesttitrts out of the fire and not to be oven moderately upprociailve if any service rendered. "It Is not nt M the Irlih iueMott which U the basis of America's antipathy of Unclnmt. "It Is tho American qumtlon. "It 1 tho lovo which Amerlmns feel for their own coutitry. "It Is tho elf-Tpect so persWtnntly offended Ay Bnclaud which thoy cnturttln for themselves us a iiooplc. "It Is tho knowledge ot the fact that they Biived Knsland from t mi defeat, and that this Horvlco hau not evtn h' t arknowledKed, let alone appreciated. "It Is resentment nt UngUnd's affecU'i u of kjriihi over th- tui nt ihf world and 1-nK 1 i "1 . .ill' , tut li i..n'."n i t 'ii, i.y Hi' t r ' I HM'i's hs .i Hi" fill to'il for Hi" fiir'lu r hiii H nt hi r own si'lflsh purpos without ru ttnr'l for llii interests of th United tal. "It Is tho inellnntlon of Hnclaml to lay all, the burdens of tlm wnr nti our hek and to sef tire nil the benefits of the war for hernelf. "It Is the (,'ritdiial moo Knit Inn ot tho IriHOlnno iiinl liijuitltfl of the HrltWh prnpnml, nnibodlod In the nnthili draft of tha laitu of riallona wlilnli our presldsnt Sf-replfil, that we flrianre Kruflaml In 1 ir eofiitiests ml then Kuaranle hrr In th possession of her eoniiii'Ted terrl t t Ion and peoples. ,, "It Is tlinfetri lhov(hnre Is no silnli thins; os fair frlendHblp wiyf MnKland, no such thlnK lis eiiiable iimtKiHiUfTh, no such things (im tnu tually hefinMoUl jfa opemtlon." Til I'lti.vi r, hi- .khkiiii'm Til o vridKn prlnre of Johorn, who hus Just rotn lleiyf bis ediHvitlon In Uimkuid, has sailed for iy fatlierlaml, whlrh In 1 Ism oso lNpper to bs the Malay peninsula, which Is one ot the monitor meinhnrs of the family sat up by I lie (oveiiiint. The crown iitineo I ins lnmi no tlinrounhly clvlllinii by eight jasrs of RnKlUh Mhoolltix that he oould not wait to net bauk linno to show his appreciation. Thr will be waltlim for htm on the plr, four new wives Ihtee of his own eeleetlou and ona selaetntl by lita royal father. "I suppose I will liave to take 'em on," nald tha ttrliiee, but I would tiiiihIi rather not, I tiellevn one wife Is nil that any mafi nlinukl have," lying like the roflnml Muykin nentlernan that ha Is. 11 Is eui'h little tniiehsH of human nature ns this that makes the whole world kin. Thny am so much like lis Americans thnso little Malay hrotliers. And they nro more ooiiriiKeous, An American may secretly vherUli the denlrn for n plurality of wives. Hut does he say anything about It out loud 7 Or does he boldly set out to Kratlfy tho upputltn? Ho (IneM ntrt. Hut tho Malay 'there's the bdy that nets with deolslon. Ho may partnko of our erudition; he may spend years at our iirhools, learn our langiinco ami adopt sniim of our man ners. Hut, you will observe', that he reiennulslies tinnn of Ids cherished rlRhts or practices. Thno boys bellitvo In wives plenty of 'em. It's.Koliiff to bn perfectly dellKhtful to asso olato with lliosn follows oiitcrnis of eituullty undor the oovennntl :s know wm:.v tiii:v havi: i:voucii. The ICatiHnS'Clty Htar calH attention to the ftM't that republican men and women are nt tondlnir their prerlnut caucu.ien and nhowlni? undsual Inlereat In thlr party affairs, and wonders why the democrats nro so llstlesi. "May wo not" point nut that tho democratic brothers and sisters nro very much like the nut ot us, In that they know when they havo enouchT Wo havo no doubt but tho majority of Ameri cans llko Mr. Iulce niuoh belter when ho tolls tho democrats that no further compromise can bo entertained than when Im was slttlnir In secret sessions with them trying to ockej for position. Kljfht now Is when a standpatter looks conii to every Utile old American, c Oklahoma Outbursts Ur OTI3 LOllTON Anyway, rlenatur Owen does not pretend to claim that nil tho 'Hobbles" In Oklahoma were named for him. Homo women, say Hill MlrKnn of MeAlester, aro so atrium for a neat thrum that they will suo for breach of promise. As wo understand It, thero are soma democrats In Oklahoma who favor Hoover for president rlfttit In the faco of our favorite son. lviiforcoiiionl officers are beelniilnK to wonder It there Is any uterlor inotUe In tho demand by so many Oklahoma republicans for "Jake." Tho sule purpose of diplomatic notes, m.i Mill Dlnirley, seems to be to leave the subject mattor of tho controversy open for further discussion. Congressman llarreld may have believed ho was only Involved In a parliamentary tangle, but Just the samo tho voto was accepted as flnul In refusing Iloiger u sent. Terminally, says 9 imp .Shot In the Dallas News, we aro opposed to cruvlly to unlinals, but If Dame I'ortune over coiiiim to knock at our door wo hope she kicks a lung out of tho wolf that hangs hround there. A democrat allied nt this office yesterday and In commenting on iv statement from Sooti Karris that lie had ninny, trailed I'lesldent Wilson and would follow him to the end, wondered who wan thinking of fcott now that tho president was Incapacitated. Ths Coulldge campaign committee has been to busy gettliiK out literature In his behalf Unit It hus not hud Htuo to read his declination to bo a candidate fot president. There are a lot of peo ple, however, who will not b sorry If the com mittee puts him acroHs anyway. what tiu: wotii.n wants lM'riiM. ID 'JO, Ij lWir A. Uumi. 'llio world Is waiting tor tho man Who'll gladly doiho bent he can; It h.iH high salary to pay Vo him who Is content to utay t'pon tho Job and labor ivi l'ntlt ho knows his work ts done. The world ts seeking hard to find Tho worker with a oheerful jnlnd; It wants u outh ot pluck mid skill Who'll use his brain and work until The finished tHsk at last ha sees Heforo he wants to be at ease. Tho wortd has high reward to give To him wjio doen not want to live Ah ono who merely drifts along, And fears to breast the current strong; It wants a youth of sparkling eye, Who sees a goal mid dares to try. The world pay well for men of brains And honest toll and taking pains; Twill lift ubovo tho common lot Of "didn't think" uml "I forgot", The man who, tn tlnm of need, Can well bo trusted with tlie deed. The world is waiting for the man Who'll look ahead and think and plan And feel no nuliir whit Ills post. Thai In is when l, i era t) i-inm I or im li ii ii tt n rk t, do And tit 'i ' .i.s wc sou (jtaronwlvr of Public Oirinioii IMU'ir Woibl ,ii-t(, .,,.. fr a. reply to; .i. ni in 11-14111 s anii ie ravyring the league or "nl'h a,riearHl undr llarometer of Public Opinion In a re.ent Issue of The World, the nibjn-f Mr Lewis and Mr. M-Knxlo. When the Pilgrim fatjiem left the old world, much vehement language was poured out In LOinletiiimtl'in of their oppressors. Again In our revolutionary times the people returned to Vehement deriiinelnllou of nny power which souirhi to govern or to rilitste to them from i irons the ocean. And recently wlien Oerman lnfluiie sought to gunbt the hands of this nation we found penpu- all over this country rteiiiiiiiirlng that thing In 'violent language Now when s silll more powerful, vet much more so cially dealKHlng influence is seeking to control the future aathiiM of our (oiintrW It Is certainly right and prtauor loriall red-blooied Atnerlians of the Mr. McKonio typa to, tlenouneo that tiling. A rant credit to our country has been these rnd-blondesl American like Patrick Henry, who said "fllvs me liberty or give me death." and that Irish blooded American product who a I, "If anl man huul down the American flag, hoot hi 01 on the spui " t'an you Imagine any one likely to say in lhs times. "If any rnfan hall place Ma International flag above the American flag, let us rvrnty kneel and kuM his feet?" Whe"n our public school system was first otl voct,n1 hy the Diilrh of Now York, some of our Naw KnglHnd forafattiers were very much wor rlad yer what thv believed .would be the rc illtM of an unres4rlciod free school rystein Thay wmte, and they talked nghlust that new thing wrMvh was illffareni from the old Itiigllsli pri vate school arid different from a modUlod pub lla mihonl which mine of tbem Imllevml would be more suited, to the needs ot our country. The arguments In favor of the public school, which lis "Kngllsh" opponents called the "Prus sian" si Mool system, rinnlly won out with the "Irish" and thei "Dutch" people, but the samo predlntlons of our New Ignglatnl and Southern fnrinll'-r, w find I'omlna; trtle at the present time, h II ..iiiikIi we have seen much good de velop from the public schools, if Is that we uan sen the tin ml writing ii His wall, for thlu free hcIkhiI system, which is open to all the world, so peculiar to America, ami to HertiHlny In slight ly different form, Is educating great numbers of foreigners with no property, not even claim ing ritlaenahlp, not believing tn our Christian sentiments, and yet edueatliiK them at the ex pense of hard workjng, liberty loving Americans who In many case arc so hard pressed by their vocations that they find It extremely difficult to rear large families of their own. At the time our Kngllsh forefathers talked against the pub lic school, nearly all those who would Imme diately bneome belief IcIRrles were whlto people ( English, Irish, Dutch, or Scandinavian) and red men. all of whom It was desirable to odin-a'c and develop to the highest mark ot citizenship and for whom there wss plenty of room in America. However, they feaieil a rush to our country of undesirable aliens who It educated to our standards would become a part of our peo ple and eventually change the very race, blood and character of tlmlr descendants. Now wo see on the pacific count many localities where Asiatic families crowd like sheep Into a stack. 20 or 30 living In a space no larger than Ls re quired by half a dozen Americans. Look Into Philadelphia, New York, lloaton and othor largo clllea on tho Atlantic coast, when there aro for eigners competing the Americans, uut of busi ness and crowding them back continually for elKiiorx with scarcely any taxes to pay and many children to ediitutu'- thii Americans with large taxes to pay and few ohlldrun to eduikite. Wo hae our Aslatjc exclusion laws willed specifi cally exclude laborers but which do not uxcludo visitors or student Impostors. Wo extend a con tinual Invitation to students both to our edu catlotint and mission Institutions; wo attempt to Christianize them and touch them not to lie, but after they (-oinn to our country lis students, many of them never go back, and soma never attend school. They uso tho Student and visitor clause in our national treatlua to get here, and unco here they aro too often able to hoodwink Undo Ham. Americans tax themselves, and so mn ChrtsU.iif enthusiasts pay oiio-teuth of their Incomes to help tench foreigners who later compote them out of business, for tho while maii has never been ablo to compote ettccctLsfully with Aslatios. Wo nt tho moral standards of our country being lowered, with orimo increasing 10 times wh.it It woh oven 'JO years ui;o. The Asiatic sentiment Is upon W. we now pardon our criminal and sot up a frca clinic that on courages tho Asiatic standards of morality which exposes our people to these diseases that have eaten the heart nut of Asia for untold centuries past. Truly tho prophecies of our unxlous great grandfathers are coming true with destruction to their descendants as terrible as they prophe iled would result from 0, free and unrestricted mingling of tho children of nil kinds and from all rai.es In schools, through their growing years. Now, Mr. Simpson, you advocate u league of nations to advance the cause of peace and American coininerco. First, If you understand history or human nature, you can clearly seo that peace Is always advanced by people of ono kind and trouble Is always advanced among people of different kinds. You will never get men of the different races to t in a great league council on equal footing and agree. They will Mtiurrel ten times worse than our t'nlted States senate. rUtcnml, ou cunnot advance American commerce with a tongue of nations any more than Home did. for wiinn wo get beyond a" cer tain limit which Is generally conceded to be our share, then a leiurna will form within the league, and one stdo will fight tha other. Carthage bid for tho world's ronimerco: do wo want to follow In her footsteps? Homo won tho world's com merce but rould not hold It: do we want to try her gamo? Franco tried to get the world's romnierce: was It worth the price? ller manv recently tried It. What will It profit a nation to gain even the whole world In com merce and lone ier own race etock ' We should not seek more than our share of world com merce for all things will bulunco some time. We creato conditions which will build up our people and thereby Increase our interstate com merro, Hy a league of nations, we would send hundreds of thousands of men luto other parts of the world; disease, hardship nhd death would claim their rTortion, and the added bin den on our people of maintaining an international guard would intuit In hundreds and thousands of un blll home), all ttestlfs Iiik to a vast olitme of trade lost at hojne which would more than off set any Inleratlonal trade that could be secured by a league of nations. In Article XXIII ofWho league covenant we find a pruvtsion for an In ternational labor organisation which If adopted nnd retained In that form would eventually mean the dinsolutlon or destruction of tho white races of the world and the turning point toward extinction might come within the nexi ao sears You say that an agreement with all nations for the same purpose on an equal footitif;. In harmony of understandliiK with all, without se cret purpose. Is not and cannot be lnWproted oh entangling. I deny that the loague covenaix as now frnnicd ever contemplated such an agree ment, but even If It did, 1 further deny that (lod would ever let It ll and even with Und off the Job. 1 claim that human nature is nor her dead nor equal In all humanity. You say that the name benefit would accrue to ono ns to till, and therefore none could be favored, but I say you are mistaken, for we would bo .taxed bil lions to protect and educate foreign people up to tho point where thoj would dictate to us and oommaud us by the power of vastly irreater numbr. Wc would have no redress worthy of mention, Blnce tho white nion would bo out numbered more than four to one. Mr. Simpson, slnco you havo challenged thv league opponents to show 11 belter plan tor pcaco, here It is: Klrst, let us keep our national fingers out of other nations' affairs; second, let us protect our own people nnd attend to our own national affairs; third,' let us mako friendly treaties with friendly nations for Bpeclflc pur poses, using clear language which cannot lead tn misunderstanding Lot us not hule our pur pose liko cowardly kittens behind the skirts of a world league, slyly seeking commercial ad vantage but let us be manly enough to do what ts ns;h' o 1 ur own people as well as b) others, and tlai'.d on the Washington policies H H HELU Another Tiling W. 1 1 ait 2: tw:rii 'Hill. s:mw 'mmm&m i ii r;vi... mi a mmwvmmm Husban and I By Jane FheHps ( IIAPTHU 1.XIII fnrol lUacklock's McNwipc. I took the receiver from Norah and my volco trembled a little so eager was I to know what this man whom I had seen only once, had to say to me. "I nm giving 11 slumming party. Mrs. ltundall, and I want yourself and Mr. Kandall to bo my guests. I'lcaso waive all formality and tell mo sou will go!'1 and the eagerness in his voice matched my own. "1 havo pUinncd It for tomorrow night.' "If you will hold tho wire I'll ask Mr. Ilandall If ho has an engage ment." I replied, then called to Tom. "Oh, Tom, Mr. lllncklock is giving a slumming party tomorrow night, and wants tin to go! You haven't any engagements have you " "No but I hate tu.it sort of a tiff,'' he added so low I scarcely heard. debts that go to those sorts of places Itjnust bo cheap." "Cheap!" Tom laughed. "Why Hue, )oii can spend more on ono of those slumming parties than if you wont to tho best places in Nuw York. "Hut,, what shall I wear?" I asked again. "Wo don't know who's going and I want to look nice. .Mr. lllnck lock said lio'd send his car for us so I won't havo to get all mussed up In that horrid subway." "llosv your Ideas havo changed,' Tom said, a bit soberly, 'you thouo the subway wonderful n ic;r rAontha ago; now you call It horrid." "Well It ls horrid when you nro uresseu up. I always feel as it everyone wcro staring at mn; then I hate to hnvo my dollies so crushed." An Argument. "Wear your old tailor suit and a pretty waist." Tom ' said. "Thon louil bo all right no matter whero you go." "That old thing!" I grumbled. "Tom, dear, I look liku a .frump in It." "You don't mean that suit you had' mado at home, do you, Sue'! I thought you locked cry well in that!" "IMookcd all right for Krecport. but New York Is quite different. Things thnt are stylish out there look like tho dickens hero." "Sho's a dyed-ln-tho-wool New Yorker as far as her clothes aro concernod," Tom broke In. "Hut clothes hero aro so gay. Thoy seem to mo to bo out of tusto for poor folks. Not that I mean that you nro poor, Tom," she lastencd to udd, "you certainly cam a bl al nry for so young n man. I havo never known what It moant to handle bo much money." "New York women DO dross, that's suro,'' Tom answered nnd I again interrupted: "Hut, Tom, don't you think I could wcur tho blue dress? It ls not so low necked as tho roso one." "No' You'd mako yourself ridicu lous. Wear what I told you and you'll be all right. I'd rather stay home with mother than to go ut all." "Yes, but you've dono all those things while I never have! Per haps when I havo been everywhere I 11 feci the samo wnv. Now r unnt without giving him a chance to say more 1 hatlly told Mr. (tlalock: "No, Mr. Itandall bus no engage ment, wo will bo glad to no." "That u f too. I'll send my car for you about S o'clock, Weil havo din ner tlrst, then take In the sights." As soon as I had hung 11 tho re ceiver I turned to Tom. I was so excited I rould scarcely talk. "Oh. Tom' Ito tell mo what a slumming party is? What do they do, and whero do they go? And Tom, what shall I wear my new dress?" "I should say NOT1" ho answered my hist question first. "People wear their old clothes slumming They go to borne pretty shady places." Sirs. Werner Intc-rvMiil "What Is this thing you call slum ming?" mother asked, "I itn llko Hue, I never heard of It." "Oh, allot of peoplo Vot together and go down In Chinatown, and to Hungarian restaurants and other quaint and unusual , places; Oreeii wich village, etc. 1 never could see much fun in it msclf, that l, after tho first time or two, btitWmu peo ple seem to bo fascinated with the Ideu, and It is quitu a popular way 10 entertain " "Why couldn't we t,iy some of our Q AliE MARTIN ) I to too things." I Tomorrow Peggy Ilnlstead Ar- Tomorr-lw Peggy Hals toad I Arrives. 1 ' "Harillv Siiriirltii, aiii.u I HollandVi refusal to eorrofidor tho I former kalstr for trial will hardlV Isuprlse tho allies, nnd by ono of ifhrm at least It will be acoptod as a I happy f scape from now compltca tior,s Kxcepi na Anglo-Saxon law, the growth of a thousand yeat. were to be set aside, tho deposed emperor physically li) pofOflon of the HritiHh would bo In no more lTT.iiAfCl V JaW fi 1 1 HI 1 mv-'rT 1 ' m 1 u danger than h is today at Amcr ongen. New York World. Tho Public's. lart. And a public that doesn't glvu Its patronage to ft reputable hoiss that is making an effort to bring down skyrocketing firloas ! dolni wh.i It can to keep prices up ilos'.on Tranjicrlpt. Th trouble with folks 'bat prefer ' givo flowers t th livtn' Is that they win. too- lor.g Ike. I-nrk, who w 'z arrtrte 1 wi h a quart this morn In. wuz paroled on his promise t' git two mere. I Why Wish lllin 011 I's? I Thero nro IndlratloiiH that the tlmo h" about arrixed for D'Annun zlo to lake that trip to America for I which ho says ho ls yearning. In dlannrojls Star, W. Kept Us Out of us out ppclM mm m Work to Id: Done. Pumping up living costs with the economic torcu pump or wages wiui 11; Work, the American pjoplo havo Mii-n skinning themselves Just oh surely as the French poo.Mo' hnvo been looting themselves printing paper money by the ton to Inflate the prices of commodities, sarvico 1111,1 other article of truo wealth. If France must get down to work to dig herself out of the economic ditch in way?" I asked. "If they which oho Is mired iho United States niufit get down to work to kep from sliding Into thut dlti-h up to tho hubs, Now York Hun. .Might Spill Him 50-.-0. In Mr. Hoover's citso tho practical question ls whether ho has been too much ot a democrat to suit mc re publicans, or too much of a repub lican to suit tho democrats, Uoeton Horuld. Il of 'ciii Don't Know the Tunc. Wlllyum Ilryan wishes It dlwtmctly understood that all tho othora must keep In tunc with him It thoro ls to bo harmony In tho democratic or chestra, Indianapolis Star. Why Not Drop Out Altogether? Secretary llaker should never al low himself to bo photographed In a group picture of army officers un less he stands in a chair. Hlrmlng ham Age-Herald. He About All IVom tho Turks. Tho Turks spouting about "right and juatlru" might bo reminded to limit their oratory to matters thoy know something about. Pittsburgh Dispatch, May He News to Herb, Too. And by tho way, the World's In dorsement Is the first Intimation wo have had' that Mr. Hoover Is an nntl prohlbltlonlst. New York Telegraph. Wo Heat Her to II. The tlohlman woman tells the world eho "will never desert Amer ica," She doesn't havo to; Amorlca haa deserted her. Philadelphia Press. c The Young Lady Across Ike Way The young lady across tho way says her mother Is bound to kfop tho lines of her flguro perfoctly nat ural no matter how much ehe has to uqueezo to do it. Bcnnitfs Notebook It was Noras day l' and ma did the dl.iluw nnd pop helped her ehlr Inum things, nnd nt'.or a pop laid down on tli' e fitting room with his an Ing, Holey smonks w think wo uwt to give V k rho nsks for ono and -r loevo If she dont get t t spend a day In the tr ' slilnu up a row ot thine 1 ullomlnum things. They serttny aro n b,. as long n you have th an well keep thorn shu 1 nla. O I geis so. sed pop .1 . you havo a son; thum, t , well keep pounding it w 1. mer. Now Wlllyum, Wat or 1 Hor VI .J H I.. that got to do with al" - 4 sed nia. Nuthlng, sed nop. Wi V nnd I sed, I pot a ulcer 1 ,v nloomlnum things with 1 cny work ut nil. .Jly r ifi . "1 For money n-iko. h,.iv nnd pop sod, The n un child who discovers I w sufflrlng humanity fru , or shining aiooniinuiu ki -ry will make a mll'i 1 1 ferst yeer. 2 millions the 1 3rd, nnd so on. Do you wunt tn k"W 1 do you wunt to know how cod. Nuthlnp; would plvo t r plezzurc, sed ma. and p with It. James Watt Kr -n r , bus Thomas IMison 1. Ing mc, and I oed, Wy it to do Is take all the things and npred them c ' eat it I'f Hteiw and blow a horn to a 1 plo w attention nnd th. a a that whoever hines ,i 1 thing the shiniest wiil A of 10 scnts. ,1 4 O goodiilss for hevvln nn. e Bi mn. Help, ndc, Backer, amte ince, 8(.j pop. Moenlnir they dldent th' k 11 would wcrk. The Horoscope "Tbo stars Incline, but uo not ro";l'' Friday, January .Ki, iD2t, Accordlnr; to astroloL'!' th is not a fortunato day for most h . ian In tercHts. Saturn, Neptune and Urontu aro all In malefic nt.pc t Tho configuration is r a ' . r' Vttrablo because It fcim- Ij con raging to wrong thlnklrg c ' c t' eort. While tho stars nppareclv forecast hotter vision on pu Hons, thero la a prophc y i.uit t . public mind will bo poisoned ty till tiropaganda affecting students rl thinkers ns woll us workers. Saturn today again mena 3 tnln. Ing interests which may suff r fr a some now trouble, Discoveries of oil and miner., j will bo opened In a far w jjtcii state. Novel Industries that atrai trained minds and trained Inn t will multiply In tho coming m 111- Thoro Is n sign said to prcipn great development In moUca P tures and sweeping- Improvement in. their presentation of huina Jc Interest Jn tho orient quickened and. focused by a ts . tlonal incident that brings aMfl closer relations. Swooping changes In tho firMo-i are prognosticated. The . v. " feet tho coiffures of tho wcrw i well as their clothing. Dwcptlon and mlsropresc-taUcii will prevail so generally in ' 11 quarters that the truth w ni, 0 new lmportunco to bue - 3 1 Hetoruis that deal with nt ti rlago and divorce laws " pushed hy women whir 1 c tain tho vtte, tho foors dc '0 t t Venus will bo In tho right aa .ee' Persons svhose blrthdai- . r.a tho aupury of changia n e v "r mont and employment Th- ha.'i bo mado with great ciu n ;i treachery Is to bo guard 0 .a In nil transactions Children born on this 0 ly to be restless and a nib r ' subjects of Aquarius u- ' great favorites w.h be 01 1 n!i and extremely succewiful ir or profoH.slor.al affairs. (lloirrisM. 1919. lij mc llu.t .nuth" rtf Which Is Nothing I.lkc Iira'-ure "I nm returning to Bust a" u)J Hmma, "with a feeling of awe" I's awful enough, oven for her Waii Street Journal. TlK'j'il Iki Mot Willi JU'turn TlcUt. Hut would It not bo terrible if th Hussions ehould decide to deport Kmma and Aleck back to the I nltfl States? Chicago News 5 ' .vi."- Ml 4 Vose Tone is preserved throuj? w years by tho wonder Vose Durability Lowest prices in ' -United States 417 S. MAIN Osago 3133.l.tt A. .1. CHUT., Slnnagcr 1 III m il, 3. V -f - 4 Bar ' uv