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Aa the (Piither h..iii lov4 km. m havp I lov4
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u i'ii ki rn'i. unr hnurla to aoflanf
Tnn h iih, I. oiil, at l. riKlh In lova;
V-, al.ia. fnrKi-i too ofl.'ri
What it l.'tl.'inl wp hnvr ntiovfi:
Tint whi n ht)Ma ftUf aiiitln nrt tiriiiiKht
We will lova Hi"" aa vrn ouiiht.
Contliiuii yn In my OVa. John ll.
A ivriti in it in nil; skii s
Til.' MOtaor which apprnnMl In Ihla iurt of
Uio I'Ui'th a faW ilayH OaTO OhOOV nn unfiivuruM"
tlmii to tnaki. Hm RppoarOfl00i Mont of tin' poo
plo wri' too tniii h almorlii'il In national (toUtlOJ
to Klv.i tin. Mil. i lil PMtOI1 RIO pa Ihnn luianlnK
notlro. Wllhln a llmlti'il rlri'lo nf iwr Mtnirk oli.
atrvi'ia, the nnittrr of ita origin ami fmn hv
hml much thoiiithtful and soma hyatnrlcal oon
hlilrrallon, but In Ihc Hum total of human nf
fulra Uat aiipcnrunco of a MOtOOff wua too cim
moriilacn to affect Iho train of thouaht of lh"
dulHhla of thn ninnlnlna; few who MM auli
Jwl to unri'iiminlnK aupi'ralltltin ami rcitnnt
with fear what they iln not un.li rnl.ni.1. It In
even nin. i. Atl antic that aiiyhmly nIiouIiI have
heon oimttod. tho only BXOUM for uiiUHtial 0A
cllcmcnt IicImr the pi'i aim ;i I one - thai an event
which hail come to he rcnanleil na a mailer of
OOUfM Ihe world over ahoulrl havn hupp. n.'l
where they iictunlly iww It with their 0WH even
anil felt the thrill which nlwaya comen with
OOP. tOOt with the mlc.htlncaa of nature oiiIhIiIc
the orillniny mutaltona uf our own apherr.
The nmiiHliiK feature of tha nrrnalon In the
nttempl of mere layincn tO theorlia aa to what
aort of n IhltiK It wan that ciinie, whrre It came
from ami where ll lamlcil. All IheHO thlnH
have hren tent.itUcly acttleil In mlvanee lay the
anleiitlHlH. of chui'ho, rloctoiH may (ItaaKree, hut
until their OOnohlOiMHI are prnven falMe, they
are tlio beat kuIiIih we have. Thny know more
about It than tho common every day cltlr.cn
And they teach ua that ft ,u; ma of exploded
planetH are travcllni; mound "wildcat" fnahlon
In und nmonir the orhlta of tha mora aadiitr
planets of our ayatcm All cxrept a very few
of the ItHfll of thcHe wli) r In 1 irnmpa are In
VtStblO, except when they venture Into an atmoa
pttOPOi when Hie filctlon of Ihe air createa n
hpat that OOliQatl tbom to Hhlne. The prohahle
renann why the laUltUnC place of tha nieieor
Men here can not he located Ih that It burned
up until there waa nothing to land.
i riNi ss to IMAD
a mambor pf tho lum-h porUunint recently
dun up the i. Id Hi'Kiiment that noma men were
created to lend and Otherl to follow. In other
words that there la a divinely appointed com
mlHHton to certain penpln to ahow the public
the way and PttWri whnne caparlty fltn thrm
only for folluwliiu the leadvrahlp. Nobody over
rationally contnidlctnd thla fact except aa to Ita
divine n pi.lntment. It la a well known fact
that there muHt lie leader to lead and follow
era to follow; ulao that the rar.k and f fin of
humanity alwaya waJtn for aoma itnmlniint In
telliip'nce to point out their course of conduct
and ahape the Initiative of their wny of thlnk
iOK. ThlH cornea, however, not through auc
reodlnu generation of blue blood, hut through
native OblUty nn.l i.nglh uf will in tha indi
vidual, WnhOtfll ho.iHted that he wna divinely ap
pniiited to his pfopootrt IcaderMhlp of the world,
and the fact that ho made auch an lmpreaalnn
on hi time wua not herauae of hi Imperial
rlulmn but bOOaVOOl thoae clalma were huckrd
up by unuaual ipiallf icatloiui to rule and the
traditional aiibaervlence erf a great nation of
people to Ihe Idea of ImpcrlallBni. That he
did not lead wisely la a matter of history, but
thnt he had a Miong place In the roverence
of his people, and In the admiration of men
generally. In none the om true hecauae he
proved to be an egotistical fool and a political
failure. Leadership will tell and people will how
tho knee to recognized ability to lead na long
ua the world lOOtl
But the modern IdOO hM baVlUohOd the notion j
Ihnt talent for leadership ih a matter of In- j
heritance. tVllhclm will doubtlOM be the last
of the monarch of the rid t" bM bis clalma !
0 UlvlOO fippolmiiicnt. .M oi.ai cl.iam la as. I
ploded, and arlal.inniy hna attained All' ll bad
odor that It Is folly to np.ct the Idea to sur
vive Ihe world war. Tin- Ameiiean Idr.i of e.nal
chancea for all m'-ii Iiiih sup. racded all th
folly of Inheilied power In thla .onntry we
folloia leaders and worahlp heroea as much an do
the Kuropemis, but we repHMve to ouiaelvs t be
right to choose who shall he those bailers and
who la worthy to he eate.-med a hero.
The l:nKllahmiin'a . Inlm thai the fan. I..u of
of aristocracy is beneficent rnn hnr-llv he dls
putrd, for there la no hai.pl. r ii. oplc than on
governed by u gOOd mnrinrrh and led by n con-
Sel.Tltlous a I 1st ... I :i. 'Ihe I .spoliHlhllll lea nf
.lls. ishlp In a rlemocracy fall alike on the wine
ii rid the foolish, while the elllren of a biflPVO'
lent despnllnui la relieved or any r aponslblllty
In nff.iliK of alale Hut In a dOMOMMf Ilk I" "
pl Insist upon healowlng lOftdOfOhtp and horior
When they will, ll r:iieel h e of that I. nilai'a
llneOaT or privloua condillon Men Hill hoi
lOOdOPfl, hut they prof VP to nAn a hand in
naming the leaders ami the pow r to '-ureal
Hum when they no lonio r upp- .il to the popu
l.ir fancy A In nevol.nl dMpotktfrl, by tin
death of our mirniir. h and the RUeofrMlon of his
heir, may at nny time cbniiLie into a vicious
despotism, nod lump from the hoppleai state
of private r Hlaenshlp Into the most mlooroblOi
In a deroiwiacy, wherr leadem an ohooeri and
discarded with mutntlona of popular fancy, it la
the people's own fnult If they suffer from nn
unwise rholca or iriuln an unfit BUM In that
PUfl ti' ah Airs roi.rnt s
The Philadelphia ledger haa discover i d that
Tdnk las. with plenty of dsh.ty aaVfldWlflhat
and cooling Icea" will cut a great flgliro in
politics hereafter, since so much of the eani
palgu machinery of the country I hr eaten, m to bo
femlnlr.ed I'or the female aex la taking hold
of politlaal things and. ir. stead of adnptliic hor
aalf to condltlona sancllfled liy ycnis of mis
MtlM habit, la making politics adapt It". If to
bar methods and way of thinking This may
In the long run prove a welcome Innovation vet
there are (hose who wlll rnls Ihc -aiii. il :n nm
boree with Ita nnlne and ii.wily excitement, Mid
Its rad hlodnd temporary dlategard of conven
tion. We may gain by dispensing with theHn
rough-and-tumble affnlra for ladylike pel form
am r s. hut we rnnfesa to an Inability to poo lew
the pep and real of parttaantnm always consid
ered Indlapetislhln by the politician of the
past I to be produced by this new method.
Wlll the old-time politician who kilOOd the
babies, paaaed out clgms ami BAd a flow of
pleasing palaver for every pnsrrlhle nudlein r
occasion he able to meet and cope with an at
tack from the tea tuble? The Uterary Ihgest
believes lhat everybody Is willing to concede
woman's Intuition, Indomitable courage, and
relrnlleaa energy, once she acta out on the trail
or a project or a vote. Hhe haa a well known
aptitude for buttonholing the male of the ape
cles, especially on "tag day" OonotdOritUf her
various nsiaeta, Including 'he charm of woman
hood, which no political condltlona can sub
merge, and which throuifh the ages has en
abled her to gel what she wants when she
wanta It If she only plays her enrda right. It is
HOOnnohl to prOOIimO that women In politics
wlll go after votes with all tho ohorOOUtioUM
of her si and wlll have a lot to say about candl
dates. Issues and olOOMOM.
Already Ihe lady politician l very much on
the Job, and the DtgOM believes tbeie are nli.-ns
that tho new pollllclnna wlll depart from the
stereotyped political methodi of mere men.
Time alone will tell how far she will go In
overturning traditions and setting new prOOO
dents, and time alone will tell whether Ihe new
dispensation wlll be an Improvement on paal
methods and how far It will go In Improving
rcanltA. or whether It will turn out to be Im
practical and temporary.
Th" republican national conven'lon decided
that dclegiites regularly ele. ted should he seated
In preference to deleu.itcs chosen by outsiders.
This ruling was too fair and sensible to lie He
It may not he cany to believe, hut It Is a fact
lhat fewer than hair of the nights made In air
planes result disastrously. There are men still
alive who have gone up in air planes half a
The Italian cabinet lias resigned In a hudv
Hut there Is no hope that Its shining evuniple
will be follow id at Washington, even with the
Incentive of an arbitrary and fussy president.
The aupreme court by Us timely action made
Ihe convention's plan of not mentioning boOOQ
In Its platform one much easier to curry out.
It Is now clear thai the luur is dead.
It la not the outcome at Sun l-'ranolacn that
holds hack Mr. William Qtbbo McAdoo It Is
the outcome that follows adjournment at that
ol ll rot N l llV.
Copyright 1U20 by Kdgar A. durst
t), the Ls.rd hue blessed our country in a
thiiiiaatid different wave,
lie has lined its shores with water where
the sun each morning plays,
llu haa crowned Its hi is with splendor, and
has OPWH l fields with grain,
And I wonder with such beauty why the
lips of men complain.
We've a land of allver rlvera, we've the palm
trrc ami the pine,
Ami beoaotb our tonry bonttor we have every
plant and vin;
oh, 1 don t know how to aay It. but the Lord
ha lavlaheil here
All tluil iiiih i.il man could wish for. for his
comfort and hia cheer.
In our mlnca are gold and ellver and the
more enduring steel,
And there's not "no lighted oottafl but con
tentment should reveal,
Here Ihe children wake to laughtor and the
men, whoe'er they he,
Find their OVOfy luk the gateway unto op
purtunliy. Oh. the land has blessed injr country, It la
rich with happy rues.
It la rich with every trOMIIN which the noaj
or man de w i
Here hi Hiail may find expression In the Joya
he iVouiii attain.
And I wonder In sin h beauty why the Hps of
My ' '! IS 1 l I '
WofOOflOf no nnt wlll ven'ure to aay of Sen ,
ator IjiI L ite that he haa loo much gall
Now thnt the Krleger rase la out of the wav
Tills., OOHlit fluure that bOrOOftOf Ihey ml.y have
time lo devote to piesalng business.
fifth hilw were so surprised at th ronvh Hon
of a man In MuOfctMM for assault lhat Ihey are
aboii' am ai d Unit h shall have a new trial and
We ire pro PO, rod tO I" rtOTO all the meteor
stories iiArept Ho. one that Ita flah across the
hoovont drove Okmulgee women to their kyieeai
KOVlni seen a pleiiire pf I'l Acock allay In full
bloom, we are not suiprlsed that the r-hatrman
bud to wait long past the opening hour every
tfO lor the di logptot to aaaembie
ThOTt la Just this atii'iu It. aaya Kill IMnglev.
ymi tievei know tust how rniirb a isitiKtenamati
b is done for district until hla pi '.as agent be.
gins to In a i m htm fur a second ter'n.
The home team Is back on Its own lot for S'l
do) If 'he gr.indaiund is playing In good form
lha loom ought to hi- far enough nhi-ad In 'he
I nfagti column lo safe: rtuike the next long
ftpooklm f glKom, hnven't you a perfect pie
tine of Levy Muyer of Chicago when be said In
oommontlfuj upon the supreme court decision:
The flight iN lost. The iiveinie of the courlo la
If you happen to hop a photo of I. ( Disney
when he throw his Wood button on the floor In
Shawm e. then vou caii picture the tragic figure
he cut in Chi an. i when he rcalgnod from the
c"iiimilt-'c on credent! Is because Alva McDon
ald for Hi" time so. toe, lo be Hitting on the right
h ind of ihe llumon throne
Barometer of I'ublic Opinion
I ail. r the Sinn hern Hi-lcga.li1.
We an- VPltnooolns the usual preliminary to
a republican national convention. Cotiteslng
doll nUoraai vv lute, negro or mixed, are appear
ing before the national cnmmiltcc at Chicago
to see which of them can put up Ihe weakest
case ror seatH ami votes In an asHeiubly that
hopai to same Ihe next president of the
l ulled States New York Iuot.
Lot (Jur Star Alone.
It look! as If every city, town and village In
this fulled Slates Is Jealous of Ada and trying
to i I 1 1 in all our prcretiulsllc, Hidellghts, and
scenarios 'Ihe falling slur that lit In the midst
of ibis Double A city lust night at o'clock Is
now claimed as a local fixture by every burg
from Androscoggin to I'ba Dam.
Okmulgee has the nerve to say that the shoot
lug light of last evening fell in a dry ditch one
mi it from that oleaginous illy and that un
oounted thousands of ihn hoi pellol are even yet
rubbernecking over the recking pit Into which
th.- red demon aank Wllbtirton has nrganl.eil
reooui partial to salvage Rod Oak. which Is
claimed In have been smashed Into smlthereons
bj 'he astronomical maverick. Tulsa and Ok;a
homo City hOPO both already laid out additions
to mark the apol where thalr suburbs were
ton, lied up with a little touch or celestial fire
KvOTi Carls In old Isvtnar county and Cleburne
of the black tar country are claiming the honor
nf having been scared Into goose flesh by the
sudden ligh'lng nf the aurora horealls In their
most exclusive residence section.
All such talk I hnllyrnt The star oi meteor.
or whatever it WHS, fell rteiil here In Ada. Httfl
lie Is of our heat people saw Its flnry gyration
a It crossed the borlOOO and settled on the p. r
pootlVO, They saw It nt aphelion and perihelion.
The) saw dor.cn of spooning seance oonvortOd
Into highly fervent prayer meeting working
ov i time. And as indlaputuhlc evidence thai the
mitverck III In our midst the streets and alleys
of this motropolla look us ir ten thousand carth
QUakes had mobilized for luuk action and had
1- ft nothing '"i( dirty ileluls and broken hopes
In their wake A wide open trench eleven feet
doop and two bundled feet long runs up Ihe
alley alongside the Kvenlng Nevva hiiildlnt;.
showing when, the celestial visitor got In Its
work. Ad i New.
Pooh Hot ton l legale ami Hamuli lllouso.
Wniiei I'eiguaon suy he I In receipt of Ihe
Bit U IUOjKM
Chicago. Ivii Bulle Hotel. - A couple of Okla
homa ilelegati secured advance infurmalinn
ObOUt the siie of one of the candidate's cam
paign barrels and a near rlol ensued.
The two doughy oklahomana knocked down
four Arkillia.ivv delegates and two from Alaiiama
getting bltO Hie room whoro tho fundo were lo
It is definitely settled that Ihrd OfoOutro will
nominal.. Iil.e lot the pteslilency Bird has
l.e'ti rending Hie llf" "f Nat lioinlwin in order
to charge hia uiliid with ihctortc.
He will cite Hm tact lhat Joko vvas a poor boy
w h" got hi start with a circus. Vigorous denial
ii mod ol the ohorM that Jake opt rated the
shells will. Hie big show
IfoQuIra will point out that .lake will put tone
Into the while house, thai he will repeal Ihe
i re tax law and the Mann act
tVhttO aM.'iluire Is speaking Amos K'wlng will
pass among the delegates distributing hymn
bouka contalnlni a ri ontlspiece of Jake w ith
his coat on.
It Is OXpOOtOd that IfoGuIrO! oratorical effort
will cover a hlatory of iikluhonui from "Ar.ipa
In to tin. Wain n Vniemlment" and that he will
i iv hue the Miii nn. of IfoOrhw to oroonlM a
Sinn linn chapter in Oklahoma.
He will point nut that whiskers cost the (. O
1' the proalaoncy loot ilnu. and licit .lake can
carry the barber vote as well an the manicures
He wlll also dectnre thit .lake will set a pic
In habei dashcry which mi one dec can follow
I lie mis iiirts l la i n mi lias ilisplnveit have won
for hlui the tl'le of Jon l ike and to say that he
has b. en a sensation ts punini; Ii mildly
An alert managor for Marshall Maldi le work
Ing on a design of the "Jake Hamon BlOUOP'
which he hope to have on sale before the con
It will he a beautiful creation of blond Hllk
profuooly ndorood frith vormllllon dot, ehecker-
t.o. tided vvi'h purple HtripeH. and ofrset by bright
An Informal caucus to distribute the federti
POtrOnaflt ' event of tl. O l'. succc was held
today It was ugr I that charge would be
filed against Judge OottOrOl and tha' Amos
Hwlnp of liuthrh would be made fe.loral judge
of Ihe western Oklahoma district.
Hops "f removing Judge Williams on the sop I
side Htarted a premature boom for Kd Arnold
of lloldcnvllie There seems to be BO doubt that
Seyiuour Prloo would be made collector of In
ternal revenue and I.. (1 Dl?ney, Muakogee, Is
ohodulod ror minister to llcljaxx.
Seymour Trice was In conference thla morn
Ml with Senator Inige, Frnnk Hitchcock and
Qovorhor Allen relative to certain parts of the
platform Trice Is demanding a plank cnlllng for
the return of chile to the pra-war price of one
ThO llamon aultea at this tavern were agriig
vvllh excitement this morning when Jake re
vealed i plan by wheh he intends to bring unison
and harmony amang the Oklahoma delegates
Aided by Alva McDonald, Jake ha Invented a
moth "1 Of ...lulpplng each delegate with a push
button so thai ha can get his Instructions In any
part of Ihe hall.
Amu Bwlng gAve vociferous assent to the
plan. An. os Is here enjoying the scene and re
veiling Ir revenge over ihe "crime of l'.HIT'
when he via-, urn remonlouily pitched out of the
eonVOntloa Window by the committee on err
dentals. Regarding the general situation Mr. Kvving
"The m tis itlonal datOlOOUrSI made before the
senile committee relative to huge campaign
mil'iM .lie no. lunula are wen us u is r tossing. i llev
go to Justify Mr. Hamou conservative
MltrfJ Hi Oklahoma.' (
MAN IN TMF
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On feoa , litDS .Sro.eto. Lodf afrocA Ala
high pof with lAi't ranfrnr f Roftvlt.
TMf CtXi"ITa?Y If, ma
rVV)ff.vCLT But eS'LL
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NOMitiATt TAf T '
'. past eonumnUon a u . t. hnrd .! .'...
hyafmria-proof boaaea maniputatati tha imgatt t
thmir own dmeirma.
In th peasant ronvsnrlon thm Vale of th aosrf Aj
rn afasgafa la powerful in tht sslsrfi'en of o
In formor eonvonttona Lincoln
whonmvmr thm eooahmr wanted trome apptauem.
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Bay JANE PttLLPft
CHAPTER XI. Ill
Serious ( liu.li
"Now, Hob, phase give mo the
floor 1" I answered his outburst anent
his . vi Itemonl over any anticipated
pleooure, "You have talked quite
That s right, I guess, Margaret,
it's your spb-l."
"In Ihe first place. Hob. I know nil
about the party. Klsle was over here
tins afternoon and bad the list vvi'h
"Yes, Ilob; you remember I told
you last winter I would not he one
of that crowd pf people; quooti un
conventional people, ull or them. 1
can't ace What you see In them. This
Is Hie first Invitation tills leaoon and
I hope It will be the last. We will
decline them, however, if there
h old be othorg. You have your
home, your wife, your boy and acme
friend who are Congenial to PIO.
Then there are father and mother.
her. I told to r to take our names 1 111,11 '"r sister, whom we i an have
off the list of guests, and put sonic- t "ver. I never ask your father unb ss
one else In our place, that we 1
"You told her what?" Boh Inter
rupted, ilia manner showed ho
thought he couldn't have heard
"1 told tier we were not going, and
to put Hoi me else In our place," 1
replied Very slowly and distinctly.
"Not going? Why not, I'd like to
"1 have told you many times, Bob,
that I do not like the people you
i . to to want to go with. They aren't
my kind at all. I told Elle we
would m.t accept nn Invitation If It
you uak me
along an badly together."
"So that la tho kind of social life
you have planned for us me. la It'.'"
be asked with the first sneer I had
ever seen on hie lips. "Well, lot me
tell, you, Margaret, und tell It so
you'll understand il! I'm no child
'o he told where und when I may go.
and with whom. If you OhOOOO to
remain at home that's your lookout.
As for me, 1 shall accept every time
I get an Invitation to meet clever. In
"I have declined thla Invitation,
declined for both of us."
Rob made nn answer, but roo
from the table and went to the tel
were sent; an not to end one."
"You did"' H' b's voice sofnded
ohokedi and tho vein on his fore-I
. . i i 111... mmAb lllu fit,...!
turned almost purple In hi effort to 5J"nS
restrain his anger; hut I appeared
not to notice. He would ho cross,
perhaps, but I should try and not lot
that annoy me.
"Margaret telle me thai she told
you to scratch us, Blslt yea I'm
going yes. whwher she does or not.
Yea. send It along: of course we will
never went tu any of his affair
lhat I didn't! All right. What
that tell Margaret you will win your
bet yes, I'll toll her. tioodbye."
If Bob was red with anger, I was
White and trembling with outraged
pride and anger. I tried to apeak,
but bad to moisten tn lips twice be
fore I i ould say ;
"Vou don't mean that you hnve
told Elsie you would got"
"That's Just Avhat I did tell her!"
"Vra. without you!"
VHut Hob oh, don't you love
mo? 1 love you an, Huh, l wont you
all to myself. Don't you feel that
way about me? Don't you love me?
And, Rob, you will iuy at home with
mOi won't you?"
"No!" he fairly thundered, "And
you need refuse no Invitations for
me until 1 am consulted! You under
stand'" Boh never hnd spoken to me In
uch a tone; never t en so angry.
Perhnp I had been wrong In not
peaking to him. he might be hurt
because of that.
"1 didn't think to speak to you
firet. Rob. You remember last win
ter when I told you we wouldn't go
lo their panic any more, you didn't
make anv reply; and I took It for
The Young Lady
Across the Way
granted it was
1 nil lean
tlreaU .aaa, r. a.i m" eWB ' "
Could this be my Rob, my thought
ful, kind husband, growling at me
like a dog because I had done some
thing he didn't quite like. All at
once I burst Into teare. I couldn't
understand hla anger. He should
want to Slav with me, but evident (
he didn't' It was time I slopped hi
friendship Willi these people If it was
The young lady
the way "'": make
says the de Jure
inmeiit in l lert me
I Megh o has had to maae wuy for the room, cried
iu faCtuium. ihour; every
Past and Present
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On 'una B, 1920. Stnator LoJgm atr.cA Ala
spot with thit rtfmrmntm fa Wilton.
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r-aj - W . a. I JV I -Will ' i A ' H
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In ihia bowmlmme onvnlion thm majority of tho
elotogataa arm tiho a lot of Imadmrlmms mavmricka
fius in th sctorarf eoilg nxt fail th
mf thm outhrn dlgati will bm ttill and
whn a Rfullican it ltd.
warn mOAlriewW lartarJur th name of Lincoln wo not men.
to come in and tell me he was sorry; !
and that he would do anything if I d
only atop crying he had Bevcral '
But after I had nearly exhausted '
myself I bathed my eyes and went
Into the living room. Hob was not
there. I oMIed, nnd Delia
"Mr. Uarr. tt told me to tell you take a book out of the bookcase and
he had gone to Mr. KendnU'B and ( opens It.
thai you wasn't to tay up for him; j Pome by Skinny Martin
he would be lale." Everybody Wondered How
This was adding insult to Injury. I I went Into our dining room c inset
Thoro 1 had been sobbing my heart Ware I wnsent slppoaed to be,
out and be was with John Kendall 'The nny renHon for going in
reading ov er some old manuscript I Reing meer ourloolty,
and enjoying httngtlf Now I did cry And I anw a Jar nf Jelly
in earnest. 1 soon hud a raging That I never saw betnre,
headache nnd when he isme In ut 1 But I never misted It
o'clock I wua sitting in a chair, my Because It brook wen It fell on tho
head tied up in wet cloths. I waa floor.
to, as 1 know you got
dumbfounded when he paid
Hlightesi attention, hut
good nlghl, and went to bed.
To bo continued on Monduy.
Hoping some day to produce a per.
foot human race, an Englishman has
as a nucleus six children of a many
nationalities and wtli avid five more
to his colony.
Small enough to be carried in a
shoplng hag Is a perfume bottle that
will not spill Its content even If the
corke at each end become loose un
less It i violently shaken.
In the training quarter of an
eastern university a, large mirror ii
placed beside each seat in a rowing
machine to enable oarsmen to watch
their own mistakes and correct them.
Pulling a ball attached to a cord
opens or closes a new waterproof b ig
for bathing suits, which la eo formed
that It can bu used as a pillow when
my surprise he culled
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Although the Sun la in bonofle tfla
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It Is a time In wbh h to su , i
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J of the summer, which may be vi rv
serious In effect, because they will
: be of a surprising nature.
, Tear In many forms Is to he com
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' iv s.-nse of depression concerning na
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ihe felt In the smaller Individual In
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Alines and mining again give causo
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wisely Interpreted. Fuel shortage
looemi to be forecast for next winter,
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More rumors of war are presaged
by th stars today and Moiteo will
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Ciimer for the summer quarter the
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I (lie eighth house, the Sun being trlno
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DtOtU rbonOOO In railway, postal and
shipping affairs aro foroghgdowod
and attacks on the president's cabi
net are Indicated. Mara rising In
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UiiasIii rnmcs under a rule that
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Spoarts. On account of a ambition
to be a long dlOtontg runner. Pud
Simklna Iprod ashes erround tho
gruns plot in his back yard lost Knt
idday to make a cinder track, wieh
It took blm about 4 times as long to
clean them up as wat It da to apmd
them wen Ilia mother came home and
lntrlstlng Tacks About Imristlng
Peeple. Dew Davis 1 slitely bow
legged, saying its on goOOUUt of hlui
bring allowed to wawk too soon wen
he was a baby, wile Skinny Martin
in slitely nock need, maybe on ac
count of not being allowed to wawk
Hlaslety. Miss Mary Watklna is ao
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flowers and puts them inside of
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feel so tender harted wen a lot of
came in. dried leeves fall out
very time ho
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