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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920.
I. !;; m l tl r.i. (It et W K en. fa lo In re, re oil wi cj 7:i Ih trri All no p-i M( W nn vn pit eh' pn () m' "Of ln till un?' IT. si, by, an : cht ou del1 oft K itix l hi Ch J UN, oil)' Kt J Hart IiInJ (JXPf 11 lif Klrf tliaf Chij tlorj r I TllL thai the? dun It h; nurl thai mot mini hooj . past" oliul holo3 worf llnol wiuil chut Thai thu li tlio r Cf Inloi pr first? who, fron my j n nun O. ii nnil ntlo If WO Jllll th hri dept tllQ 4 wonii cutis'1 of 'II-' VI' estaV vnM KIIPP inltti Orithi nnd,1 feet-1 disth "Vti vltnri, fit m j V.4 ton i ? erlln Olilfl,i three lotted , Jthod ( prvco HCholi t -wag g, Pll(Hltl, lft. M..f l'. I ' I ( ' ."'Iff HY TUB WOULD I'l'liMSllINti CO. u ft ti4 t"'i ! lti-r II uint-a ManllSr Maftinf Mllm i i ,r ri'ii wi-n" TTllKM iifirns r (i i.tRMOv IT II MHITI'S I V I KTT llnl in Ih. ' nla l-nitiprfr Vn4 '. Vlllr iiriMsric 'or i-ni r it' iimi inn btTjirt .ihm'hkk oi Tiir. amm'iti.ii rwjii Tk ,ax.ttl I'nsa it '"iwiwli tililtui W l M (of spa Miration of til n 4lspalrk rrs4ll4 In it or mt alhflt rrrlil4 in iMt f ' Hal aira pannaapfl Hrrla ci'iinc-HtpTins ratm iuii.v tin iuwinT. IIY M Wit- - IN All tSt'b fm Tir . . ..I'T'Vmm) Thru Manilla Mi Monlkt 1100 Hi-. Man.tk tut.r oii.r. tWIlll fin. iHf . . tHOfl fBIK MOBll Rli Mntlii ... M Ofl On tfamn . . M XtlAV ltT'. . Mil . . tS ' Dimmlf i o Mil T 1'AHHIKJt IN H IMA IIAUD KPMMK KrvniU a Nn nun runs Pr MimK Ik Ht.'K. .. ., Par Tear In 44tn4i ... f II 00 AERinf irr pAiuj'tRri i.Ariim nr thr TVMA 0 viiBiMT wimi.p run thf hiijitii f. NmiIi, Firriilfttioii i'tfr 4a jBlomnli tif i ! nn hiM Irr ill th fit II f anil I ruu.Y t)(i I R K Ihal Ih unWr Wnfld fur Ik mimili t .ltHar l71, IM'I'i ll ! hl til Blf lno'lnlg Mill ktllr K R Kl'OTT I if ult linn Mnffr whtrf ilid tint awfirn l.fiir. mr thlt 34 dip nf lhmiir, 0''li Mllill, KKtU Nnltr, I'ubtlr Mf rniKmlatlnn mium (-(,, hr. ir lal PHUNK " JIMili " I oil Al.l. l)l',lmil!N Daily Hibliatl Qttolalion ) 'ITCSHW. I'l.llltl AIM S, 1112(1, Tli' ripriiMl (iinl M t ti y rnfiiKr nnil imi1iriini)i rr hip pvitIiimMmk nrnia I lent Jl J7 (loil Ii llitt rrfiiKi, nf lilii Miiltitx. When nlorni" nf almrp illlroi Inailit; Mm n ihm offi'i- imii riiinlilHlnlP, IIpIioIiI )il in iriKni with il nlil. Now iimIii lilin t tin I la itMti Id lpfp y.iii from fHllliiK, nnil In prrannt vim fniiltlPM li(ifnr Ilin priiaiuirp of lilt wlnrv will) cnmlliif Jny, In Ilin only wlf (IikI our Kiivlor. lif Hlnry mill mnloaly, ilninlnliin nnil poVvrr, Imtli noiv nnil -Vi'r. Aliinn. .1 IJlIr. (, J5. Thrrr la n rlwlit mnrl of hIiiUiinm nun' iluyn, hut It la ilirtli'tilt In HliMDa I nil (lie illffnrntice liftvi pri flu gonna nnil polllllflul uprina. TIip rieni'h iiri'mlor hna nt'luat arrurail voto nf fonfhlPiicp Ifi hl Ottlilniil. How forluimtp a. ililiiK llkp tlin l"u not iipcrnry In Kiln country. ThKrp'M aoiirrnly nnyone thm iiiiilpnitiudla Aniprloiin nffiilra, hilt moat nvpryhoily known What wn ii unlit In (hi Willi thr world' bunlnpaa. A ItclMliiin prnfpMMnr iiaaprta thill thn IIiikIIkIi IfUiRiliiKu winilil iimloulitPdly ho tlii- liPHt to ailopl nn tinlvnrNitl world liiimiini;e. Up to n lute hour Ilrrlln Imd not concurred In thn find-ItiK. Mnyor Wallon of Oklnhomn Clly iiihiihkpiI tn pconl IiIh title dPPit to Oklnhoiua rounty ilcmoo ruy. Thrrn win poaltlvrly nothJliK, dnliiB In tho Oklalioinii City .convention imle'aa VJ'irk" kuv hla Huapnl. ; Thir Ilrlllah Bovrrnment la' proved nndv nn iiniinrrB thnl II will no( aeek further louna fromt tlio Unltmt Kliilea. Mnke the othem uiml, Tnelo Kiini, unit then wo enn ko iihout our own Inial nem. A ciiireitpnndeut nt Tiihtviiunh any the Chcin. keen Imted nil Intnxlonuta. Vo don't winit to Mpoll it fnhle, hut wo would llkon know If the correspondent. iIophii'I refer In the nnt lieforo flre-WHlfr hud heon Introilueeil lijlo tint trlhe? The ileuiourntli cuuvntlonH of Inat week miiko It Tiilrly RPlmreut that the eovenuntura urn nt tl 1 cnvennullnic, mid that neither (lor or KreelliiR lire w eh'0nc. Vo trust lh( Konlluumu iindnratnnila 1 1 it. t Ihero Ik it potlllonl orgiinlwitlou rendy lo extend tlinni the hnnd of welcome. With u 'l). A. A. T." iimiiuliillon mid a "Uiw h ml Order I.eaKlle" Tulun N evidently deaHrtnd to hecome nn unhealthy 'Inte for the hahltuit'l law hrruker. l i to he hnpVil thai holh iiko clatlona exert thmelVHH iilonu the rluht lines to ace that the puhllct service I adeiiiatelj Im proved ut the next letiulnr olevllon. 'rtiofrcpuhlltfiiu l.ullo.i'nt Ha rt IivUlu nun and ndoptetl aonie re reolutlou. Thej deiiounoed the Injection of .rellclon lulu politic, culled for uIniii men In thn parly oiRiinlcotlon, diuiuimUd rulnil repreaepuitlon with men on all delefta tluna, nnil tool! it few other hIi culoillatrd to make one Jacob llumnn wonder what he odd do iltiont ti i , id' rtndldntp he.puiliit whot Im n alnre rrinv in he re'ORiiUi-d na Hi" "boner" .nf Ink rareer Th- HIidldHte did lolik cooil, hill he kl' ked 'he plnlfnrni into apltnlrr nnd ha ainen 'i over loadpil the hlp nf (( wPh dewdwHl that H la liiklrtaT wlr budly. I'naklhly II la knowIedRp of hi failure with III own party that eailaea the HentletTlnn to try hta liHhd on Ihk republtcana. Ma inil no invi tation tn do ao (if that w are very aura,- I'ot lha rrt'iibllran votera nf America lwr n Utate all their own, atnt It doe a. not run to llryan models, ' Wa nRMt in the cnh.nai that neraftlai nf hi own party are auch aa to offar him a won- defftll flaWI l radeam hlmaelf. l lill! I'lllt'lJ HI' I'PMiV. tluatavn llerve, Krnchmn, hiia atartled the Krenoh paople with a few statistic. M Herve finds -hat the prpm blrlh rat In Prance will find that nation In 190 wrth only 12,000.(109 Inhahllanta, while (lermany on th1 asm ilsle will hava Increaaed tn 99,04.000. In the flaTiirea, true enough, too, I'roney may read thn prlre aha has s lit and la tn pny for her folly. I'srla haa bean known for yar aa the nayeat capital In lha world Tha J'renoh have Ignnrad their rasponalWIItlaa and llvafl merely for pleaaure. Hearing children Interferes with on kind nf ilaur. ttn Ih I'rencli mnthere quit beniVliiR ehildran. They lend tha life nf butterflies, fllt lln abniii fiom flower In flower Now Ih Krem h race la dying-- I'nlssa there la a complete i-Hang It la easy to ftaruie tn v day alinosl uhn th lt Krent hmati will die. Hut the dli'lpllnd, atsrn Teuton anroa thn IthltiK, tka adlcied to frlvnllty and plenaiire, re priMlupsa hi kind. Aa a ooneiiinee thn (ler man rac.a Is th moat virile and vlmirou while rarn In the world today. s Altiarltui, tnkliiK her faahlon and pleHaurea mil praotlmts from the' I'renrh, la llttlo mrn than holding her own In, population, w'lth thn teiideney runnlnit itroiiKer and alronRer nffalat hr eh year. Within 10 year. t la mid, If present tnndnnrlea cnittlnue, Amerlin will he a decadent nation ex cept fnl ImuilKratlnii. Hut the tinloreil racra of the world 'are itrow -lli by len Hllil hotinda. The Itmlc of (he run I -tr I liipxn,ritilw. We Mhall not participate In tha jjrrat cnfllel b"l-i'n th" vhM" nnd the eol lornd people, hut our ili'Cend.ihts will. And thn rapimlhlllty for what Itnppena will he intra. IS 'UfIS rilltlSI'IAM I V? ' A YiiulertrTl atory coiuch out of New York. A atoii ktvhli h the tuner metal of man aeenia lilirlfliVniy the leflneil cold that exlula In every mortal to it greater or lea decree. Ilmlly Knowlee, ni l-:iillnli Klrl, tnv.e birth to a child auiuii four month nun. The father wiih mi Amerloun l'orely It. Hplker of New York, hlniHelf it married man. When he learned of tho trncedy In ItliKhiml ha trued Mlj Knowlrs t come lo Ameiioii with llie'lnfant. In thin ruiUi'l Mi. Hplker Joined moat i-nrni-atly. Mia ICnowIca did come, but wn nbuut to ho unit In deported. Mr. Hplkfrr, the wronKt'd wlfu. with k breadth of vision rnrcly chronltlcil, was nidi:, n Hhn aa-, to mnke tn iiltowiiuccH for everythliiK that liappeiied. And alto was deter mined that amends be malic. Sn the courts were appoalrd to, with the re sult that the father of the child and hi wife adopted (he little one, while the brother of tho father of the child look MIhh Knowles to be IllH lawfully wedded wife All tills hnppluied In New York last week, and the KiikIIsIi irl la now on her road to Amcrlunn cltlienshlp, first p.tpiua liavhiK been taken out for her. And she Is a wife. It wa entrely natural that the on should attract a Ktmit denl of attention. It Ih nnt usual thnl n plot In which them la mory''elemeiit of tmitedy turn out to be a drama In which nil eonterned-nie left happy What, for Instance, Is to be wild of IV rely H. Hplker Mild hi wifc-V i a mvinuNn iititMNc cow. "A Missouri now produced SM potltulu of butter fat In it )ir, In uddlllon tlitjro whs th milk. You know somethlm; r.f the price of butter. Now i:et out oiii- pencil and redue this cow to a dividend bitels at G per cettj, and yon will dis cover that h fnlr-elied ilalry of such anlmnls would cost th proceod of a liberty loan Issue,. c Oklahoma Outbursts , Br Otis i.onTOW , Tlic Grand Admiral Aa we iindeiaiand It, Hip new "Ixiw ftnd ord-r IfHRiip'' propose to fiim Hon municipally The first ilun we have noHced that the danger frmn a an 4 shorl.iKe la orr Is the raise In th price of Ice. not tarry Ioiir In Tulsa.. attnosohere anything hut Jafcp llamon did Probably found tlU' In vlgo rat inj,'. J.fiikiofi llufnetl. aRd 70, wealthy full lilnml f?reH Indian, is Just retmrted to have fallen In lov at tlrst slKlit. Mors likely n was nta Mcnnu sight. On ths fare of thlnst It look i If Rnnator (loVe may not xpct an overwhehnliiK- vot from thn dnmiierat who uttnded th county cn ventlona last week. Willi the support of hoth th ilemoertle Male mtt'-lilno itid Jak llaiunn. Hett I'errls . fla rsaaotsibly iionfldsiit nf sitoesasi In his venture agaltsM Henator (lore. You mav have overlrxiknd It. nnd for fear you did we call your attention to th fact that teaiiUay was groundtins; day, and that lie did not need u mirror to e himself. a . Henatnr Nlnn think nrlnt pansr could be conserved ! thp newsfiiTs would . eliminate I apnrl page. That or coura wouiu liienn mr pulling mil of all eongresslomil meets- - the greal est sporting vnta In the nation. This ci.lum yesterday retlved the followiDK piteous aptieal for (VmpHlhy- "WelJ. I have lived II years married and my wife has left mo three limes and has caused me bits of trouble bill Ihls tlni" he shvs ther will be no one II." wllh me and thai h won't live with me neltlu r Heir leaders I want advice I inn It laboiP' W- have one M t Ir- Kir! 12 vears old I am work Ins; In Itartleavllle now Mf Hume 1 T M' Oonornn 1 a to drove from honie " Ilnromcler 'of Public, Opinion) C 1 Wh) .Mini) Arc Hilnklnu of Homer. Kdltor World- I'ntll you Jumped unto Herbert Hooter all apritddleil out. I lull not IhoUKht of bnliiK for the Kentleman fir president, but now 1 nm coiiHlderlmr thn mailer, for no one itlr-s-tlinni his IntsKrlty, his buslnew ability or hi Kenulne Amerlonnbun except, well except The World, at lenat sn far n 1 have hoard Thoae of u who had enough Amerlenulsm lo Klvo it 4 our Job In this country and serve in l'ranre for peace of the world and the comfort of our boys, found that Herbert Hoover wan not only one nmn who was appreciated by Amcrl cwns in Kninee, hut by nil suffering Kurope except nno ' more exd-ptlon except the grafters. Tn my mind the cninR need of this day nnd hour 1 for nen w ho have more real American -lain, mid lint nettv uollllcs: uten who reully ap preciate wimt it blR Job wn.put cjver In Kninee by America nnd whose .tppreclittlon rom far enoiiBh to elncerely desire to nvotii Hpiniittr neen tiuiu liiitmin lilnml. avoid il future Chativiu- Thlerry or (in 'AKiinne forest nnil the terrible example, nr Illustration that you may see by a visit In llomalno cemeterv, where He burled mote than 20,000 of our noble boys, A pence settlement and provisions; for the future pence of the world are the Bieatpst needs of the world, nnil Amerlcit re.-tllf.ps that these are not to come thnmcli tho iiolltlclnns who hnve wr.niKled at Wnshlmrlon all these mouOis. Ileing tired of these thing, nnd greatly desir ing to iivohl them In the future. I ran see why thousnnds are turning to Herbert Hoover for president, and I nm pleased to see tho Tula World Is iiRulnst him, for it I making other think. Just a It did me. O I. STl'llM. Tulsfi,' January 23 hi Q Bennies Notebook") mti nunney nrurnoon r ipj Kklnny Murtln wan taking a v. K tho park Jest taking n. w a. Bklnny sod, O. lok ut painting tho scenr) Mooning a man sotting of a tree painting u ph k t . trees itnd thlngu, nnd mr ny went nnd stood In 1 . Hklnny sttylng, liok, a i c putting tlio clouds in. Wlch lie was, and I ec-i would you llko lo U a Hklnny? I wouldent mind, how v. Skinny 1 wouldent mind, 1 t t And tho man kepp c the scenry as If he dtdt r who was in back of I; nklnnln kind of a man i.O'.W, ii K ,0 t 0 .1 vv pipe, and I ned, Is it a painter, mister? Not no hard, not ivo 1 sewirng questions, m d i I'robcrly being lutein! I hint, and Hklnny h d I hardest to paint, mis'-buKhcs? Thntn too foolish I i foolish (ptcstlonx. ecd th And ho keeps nn i scenry nnil mo and i'i r kepp nn watching h.' Alnt you glad It ulnt ni ter, think of alt tho exir things you would haff t Vv Ich tho man Jest k, i, Ing. (losh. It must of t oucstion. And Skinny M . Wb h Is the canleiit to p I peoplo moving or bcrui 1 still- Tho man not nnerin Ing It wan another foo.i he gavo us a feai-se Imui. 1 jumped up and vvawkc 1 i s i tho plckturo Jest as I w -usk him a onslble one a uraih er a llttlo plckturo dries f .ur -un a big one. Kklnny Man ty nfi Cosh, do you Rlppoxo he w ( awjr on account of us? and f r I bet we hud sumthlng to do w i t. Wlch I bet wo did. i. Mir i it I" . fl n II.- fog .1 nf, r 'c '. rmv. c The Horoscope D An Indiana man bus discovered that pl.i)lng Jasa music In his hn liousu makes his hen lay. Vr. filing the "chlekens" shlptmy nn doubt gave the. fellow the big Idea. ' Another sott-hnnder Insists Hint the Husslau bolshevik can. be lamed by ktndn. tlo to It, brother, but make your will first. Mil. llltAN ON HUl't'lll.lC.W (W.VDIIl.VniS. Mr. llryun utter cordfully looking tho vVrlous republican iniM.bnll.il candjdittry ovr, rJects litem all. Which i abundant proof of what , The World his ,, , n, n that the rspubll- Pan uffrrlng Is a. , iil.tlil tbiouKhotlt. Pur If the Nebraska pohtii-mn had dlstovere'd one Hiiiung tile coltei'ion that he cuuld have praised It would have fnrever kilted Ihe chances of thut one. Mr. niyiui has niiniuata several luealdsnlinl cnndldate and made at least one president, yievvlng hl handiwork, w'hlcli I uow a matter of 'record, we find H luitwilble to thank him sin cerely for not approving anv nf llir republican gentlemen who aspire in th honor. While wo like, the J'erls Olio for his enter tnlnlutr ntllallttc. ,rceoKiil Ills box orftos valus and ilii not tinderHtlnuiio his abllil) to put a machine, out of working order, we have never -followed him In "I" president making 11U i work docs not )iow(irtUtr) When ho v."" merely naming the candidal i In tM. 1900 and upilnlli 1D0S. there was noth ' liK so veryvobJectlonalilc, Hut his platforms ,velp the litst word In linposslblUlle. They at- acted "Mention, It's true; much ... fve ' Icgucd cMC uttrnciH nttcntlon. IfC'body much .r,i m want thenif In 101" MivliiB-lo tho platform largely to ',....i clvlnc his attention altoftethcr MAMMi Oflt OWN WOltl.l). l'o.)rirtl. lUJO. Ii- Kilitr A Duett The 1 la r wild. "If a hitler world nnd III hard to uet along, Men don't play fair with their fellow- men and they r cruel when mey are strong: lhy incur and Jeer In a vicious way nnd they hinder ou all they can. And there's no sucii thing a fellowship In the selfish liertrt of man." Then I thought to m)elf It Is nn doubt true that rough is the world, and cold, To tha men who have, bartered the truth for gain and tire Known ny wit) u wie) ve told. , The oheal exeljtlmed. "It's a vicious world una nooooy cures at an Whether you live or vvhethsr you die or .......ll.d. ...... k.lAAk r f.,11 t.et poets aril sges write fin words and sing oi in joy oi in I tell you the day on earth, are filled with hatred nnd scorn and strife." And 1 thought to melf - It l no doubt truo If )tiur path is strewn with )our broken fnlth and )Oti've played the gum ns a ehoat. Hut th honem man, vvtlh hu head ere.t, will toll vou that men are fair. That .the world Is peopled with honest friends wiio love him Xmi really oar, That sinlles await hlni where'er lie go, and never there oonusi a day Hut someone offer-. iin-ndl) hand to help htm along Ins vvav Oh, the world t b ir,t ,r jou i to o' cheAt but I1 gentlo and kind nn ! true If only you've lived a:; in honisi niun and do what a rvi- a'- u a do & ) ruJ icattSS gbn-erJJ direction, of S&n Fraacisco.i On Another of His Frequent Cruises. I Husbani and! t The Young Lady Across the Wan J A Mlihllo Itiuidcr. Kdltor World: After reading both side. of the open ehop controversy lu your n.iroineter t am temjitcd to try a middle course. How many of you advocates of tho open shop are responsible for the .10 per cent tn HO days raise in building male rial? How ninny are rent hogs? How many are boosting the price of real estate to nn unreal critato? How mifliy are making a grand larceny profit on all you sell? In Iho advance in wages responsible for It? We all know you have a Union In your open shop. Hvgln nt home We will have more fnlth In you. Am I n union man? No, I am a working man. I don't believe In government b) Injunction, oelther' do I bellevn (u government by unionism Why don't you union men go Vn for nn hnnrst-to-gnodiK'.s ini mical party Your present methods are mak ing more enemies than friends. The prohi bitionist --Ood birat them- have won with half your boasted strength. I hate heen a Voler for 27 years Ilnvc voted five tliuoH only and have voted the ticket as I found it. Oo I blame the government for not being all that I think It should be" Not on )our life I have made a man's wage for 30 )cnr nnd am renting. What's wrong? 1 have spent enough, money foolishly to have owned a homo and been able to retire had I invested It In real estate. Don't, ion m mat in ritti or you could not have none in same, i om a mechanic and am nink Ing $S per day. My wife and I can live on half that If we hod four children It would take It Ml). Hut If vviiRtv were high enough for a man wun a large raiiuiy to nave half hi iwty all siligle men would soon be capitalists, and there j till are mkhIii. I have uevVr gone hungry bn( have mine dry The reason Is not spelled II. C. I.. alnt no "C" In it Clad to know there are ho many Americans on both sides, tiood signs. 'I'm (INK TOO. Tubht, Jauunn 31. - ' Anollicr' One Wanls Herbert. Kdltor World: I'nm unable to understand w hy In this, day of enllghtnient the American people '(some newspapers nt least) are prone to elect n military hero lo the,hlghest office within Jhe gift of the peopl. If n man la the cham "plon boxer of the world the chances are ho would make as good president as the general who's, only stock In trade U directing an army down In Cuba or up In Ohio. Itetrospect Ameri can history and ou will find Jiianv men who were brilliant soldiers but ns public servants their records are nil. I venture to assert that In selecting vour editorial staff the prime objective Is lo select men who aro competent to marshal the work laid tteforo them regurdlas of their politics or military record. In sebtctlng the ohlef executive of a great railroad ran you en tertain the Idea for n moment that the directors will go out and select a man who I not thoroughly trained In the. business of railroad .managership Do you not helleve thnt In se lecting a public officials Ii la much better for all concerned to select a man who like the into and honored Mr. Hoosevelt is not afraid to ex press his opinion regnrdles of t what Wall street or the bosses In Ills political party will say regarding his action. I bsllev It I better pnllc) for tha partv to select the nmn for the office- than for the poli tician to seek the office, bscnus when a man come to you asking for a Job there Is no ities tton but money In the thing for which he Is working. Men seeking public office not only seek the money but (he opportunity for grafting Is much better than In common voca tions. I believe In selecting a president wo should pick the right man rather than adhere, strictly to the party to which our father always thing. Independent action In politic Is some time much better than party allegiance. As t see It a good business man Is the one thing thir l ulled Slates need most nt Ihls time, there nr lutle it number or such men tn this country but after carefully comparing the records of all the men who ure now being discussed as good presi dential timber. I am unable to find any among the number who nr as well qualified to steer the ship tv f s'at a Herbert C Hoover. a si lisqiumnt Oll'.sn, Jan 3J CHAI'THK 1.X VI t. I ".Mother will bo gono fo you will' I't ggy nnd Kvcrrtt. iiavo to bid her goodbyo now," I told j Mother wn so delighted with her,1,lm:. violet that I in i h..i i.r.Mii,.. . ot unies! -momcr in?.;-, i naa her a ll t e abou " h,"'ei1 l" ,"-'r 11,0 "''"' " V,OUI ." .. imv car Will v.i.i nllotv Ihe - nm my near, i m nn 01,1 woman, , ' Y."J-, v.. ' , .Mtr. l ri,IU . 'If It ijn't any trouble I should cn.'oy It very inurlt,' iiio'Jicr loplled in her uulqt way. "I'll come In this car o If you hnve any luggage we can take It. nn, both Mrs lUudall and Mis llal stead c in go along If the) wlah. The baby, loo " he added with a laugh .So 'It was evilled that he was to come and take mother to the truln. When Tom came home to dinner and we told him of our lovel ifternoon, and of what Kvcrctt iropod doing, ho Mild: "lie's very kind." and then vvh.cn we told him what he hud sAhl aliotit bVby ho added, "and different from most men. Very few flf them would want to luke a kid along, ospecvjlly -a young a one." I 'mil cu-tunn i Luxuries. Mother was nil ready :o go. Slip had taken advantage of Kvcrett's laugtfng offer and lu spite of nil I could iy Insisted that ill baby vbould ride to the station with her. "I'll not see htm again for a long time," h had urged n 'ler ov.ci.se Ihls i. me mother'at in front with JJverett. the baby on her lap. I'egg) and I laughed merrily nocaus ot 11. Thin handsome bUchclur and the old lady with a young biby on her lap sesuiictl so Incongruous. There were several packages m tht -tonnt-au 'vhen put In moth er's hand luggage- but we paid no attention. When ve renchAl tha train, however. I.veret ald to I'egg) : I "1 think you'lj have to bid Mrs. Werner goodbye hero, nnd hold the n.ibv whale Mrs. Itandittl anal I mil her on to the tra.iC He then called i a pornr and gave him mo.her's lug- intge. he hlmelf taking the Uher; parcels in his arms I Tom had intended to mother's! ties-thi lu the leplr,E c.-.r and Rhe , had hi r tjekei. We were uulto early ami so went Into the car with her. I After in ranging her luggage, Kver tt plarod the parcels he Imd brought from the car on the xirai sent In front of her. A oasket of , 'frtiW. several of the late magnslne. I iwl a bo of peppermint candy i mother's favorite. Tbn f of -til h , opened a box ami tdklng out a Jbumh of vlclms exactly like tl.e n'vs he hed given her the dnv of our ride, he l ild them tn her lap 11 Poor mother' It wit more than idie could stand. Tears gathered In her ey-es- and she could scarcely stammer hor thank, .lust then 'he bell rang, the brakem.tn civllcd all aboard, and wo left mother ulonc with her ultra. and It Is quite wonderful to have Mr. (Tandell reilember me so Mild ly nnd these violets are m s.vect and tragrnut 1 wouldn't have believed hot-hom. flower would havo such an exquls.te inlor " I Hliotildn t call myjelf an 'old woman' If I were as young as you are,' Ivoth In looks and heart," .Mr. '-"rnntlall replied. ' Then "I came to ask you and Mrs. Itandell to take a last ride out Into the country with me. Tom loM me vou were going honie In a day or two l-f innately he turnM P regy- ll.s Hal stead, I have the wre car and in) not knowing yod were here. will not prevent my Hiking you to accompany us." , "Will there be room for the I'.iby. too-' mother ask oil before l'eggy could answer. "Indeed (here will'" he returned so emphatically Hint we all laughed n tn l'eggy declared nothing would keep hor ut home if Tom ,lr. were going. . What a ride tha' was" Kverelt drove and l'eggy snt lu front with li'ni Ife nskod me, hut I Insisted that l'eggy have the -'sent of honor.' ns I IbtiiKhlngly call-d It. Mother, laby and I sal In the tonneail. Kor iwo hours we rode steadily down through tho quaint long Island tovvntt. Then we itoppod for a bile to eat. While It was delightfully taunny the ilr was erlsp and cool: anal the hot chocolitn und cakes tnsjod very good. On her ride back lACggv declared she would ride with mother and the Imliy and ibnt I must take her sMt So II snt next lo i:ver att .ill the way home; ami although he .ild ver llttlo I he wasi Ideased. n i:ti-iiviigtiut ImpuNc, When he st.10,1 (.liking to us n moment on the walk In front of Ihe house I bad an bleu. W'lhout wait ing lo consider. I said. "I'ni giving a dinner party for l'eggy a wpek from tonight. Mr. fnindpll May I pvpuct nn" "Cerlnlnly' mitl thanl: you " I . y- I ek,v ri A i. V.. I "Hie stars Incllno, bat do rot i-aal." Tlicsdny. IVhnuiry 3, l2n, flood and evil ntarn conte ii I f nower this day. nccordltig lo 1 ogy. While Morcur)' and S'rpiari I arc tin beneflc aspect J p. J i strongly ndverw. Whllo there will be an ..cce of constructive activity at t" 3 t.tm thero may bo some sort of busl. -jf Etreset. . Tho rulo Is most fortun.V."v fir ai vertlslng and tho growth In puMIc'j durltiK this year. It is prophesied Thcro scorns to bo a sign Oni' loll cates sweeping change In buslnesi methods. This sign Is ono usuil'r read as causing a soparatlor or sci tering, nnd Is Interpreted tv lh o'. cultlsts to forpshndow much dttm trallzatlou of big business A., -II nn.l Mnf nrn lllfplt- In months of sinister and critinil pos. bllltlas. Neutuno elves promise of a eltxr- Ing of the public mind so that bett r vision of national conditions can l "assured. Women should benefit In 1 ailtim nnd public enterprise white thu cor.. figuration prevails. The stars seem to foreshadow traordlnary progress for u 1 who it vote themselves to spctu' a Inn I1 nnv lino of work. This rjie aitc" professions, trades and c cn tfci humblest occujiatlon.. Hcactionary tendencies w . in favor from this Uniu - rj ". will affect women's rirct,s v.: .1 men's opinions. Conservatism In clothes as : .1 political views aro everv ila, rr"i iinmlnent. tho seers declare Vor nioro than n year iii rcrjn havo predicted that In tho new tt old mon and women must g c to the young. This applies . tr. " ns well as lo professional ..nil vr mfrclal nctlviiles. Tho reading of this corfigura' ' neems to presago 111 litu this who follow any one representing r.t past. 1'or this reason no icidfronri powerful may expect to regain lest prestige. , Person whosn birthdate tt Is ffi i likely to havo an nctlvo year in bur. ness. They shoum not 'a o risks. The lending of mcf my -i particularly unlucky. Children born on this day ttou l bo clover and Intelllgcni T!--se. Jpcts of Aquarius aro ur .. ty in clined to be extravagant . ((.trritit. IKae. It u t i N.srff "nw" I .. i i The young lady across he way says It may be merely the result of oustom and tradition, but there's no question about It that a girl looks better In skirts than she docs i 57 r0il.0ns why ho couidn In bifocals. I dent. Iloston Transcrip Ynu Cun Hot on Hint As soon as Mr. Hoover . ' -He'1 decides which party ho he "S i the other won't find 1' hi o P e pris r v.. ABE MARTIN , Tomorrow Helen and l'eggy Meet Viewing With Alarm, Kli? Some Job the republican state platform committee will have when ( meets here next summer and 'hunt In tho record, of the legisls ' ture for something that It can point ' to with pride. Columbus Dispatch. i Ho), Hand Murty III Hat. What difference does It make whether I.enlnVs "Ambassador" Martens was born In Oermany or ' Uussl.i as long us he if a bolshevik' Teut or moujlk he 'doesn't belong over here. Mucon Telegraph. Ho No Welcome Sign tint for II tin. If thero Is any truth In tho report that Jim Heed Is think of turning reouhllcnn. the wise old oves of the vot hu' demoblllie Hewure o the i republican party will doubtless sue feller tn.it sets -em up. lie may want , out a writ of injunction. .vnacon )ou t" try It first. da Standard. Veil be s.ad when vvon-en git I JjlsiC J-J" ESSENTIA!. Vose Small Grand Itemcmber tone volume in the selection of a sail Grand. The wonderful volume of beautiful Vose one possessed by this instrument appeals to nil who Know tone values and the wonderful Vose durability is a hr acteristic of this as well as every other Vose p ii'10- The name Vose sut"d3 for reliability in fine I atio making and has for t ar ly three-quarters of a - n tury. 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