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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1020
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IIT IAItltir.lt IN T'l.HA KANTi PHINI1 ani nr.T' rmtK IiAtl.Y ANII Ml'NIIAT J .7'.". - .it ri year, io AAvonno . . . ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ;'ito hfd. I"' l-AljrrNUWi"- PHONE o'uio lull A I. 1..I I i lit , III. I I.ATION I'F TIIK TIH.AA haii.v anii ot n 1 1 a y woiii.ii run TH MllNTII nK MAT till WAN H.I7A I l -..n i i.. mmlon Mimin. " ",'rrl ' lin thai Hi Ntiii nil rial flu .iliitl' n f In II V n. I 1 . . .1 v Wnrlil for thr inonlh of Man ! )7 I.. II. r had of my kiiowlr.la met i""'' il K. Hi i I T i'lir.ultlon Manager. Snl.srtlhiol iM mull lufoin Mi WM 0" "' My. 1120 A. g NIM. Nnloty Full I" Wy nimmllllnn mplrna Mmrti II. 1114 Dally Hiblical Quntntnn TVKftDAV, iVHn is. t2it Ask. mil hall receive, that ymir Joy may hi' full John 11:14, Cmi'T make litii darkened slOUd withdraw; Prayer olimba iS laddti iaooh aw, (llvi'o exorcise In i ii ii i'I'I low, HrlnKo 4rVOry lilroniiiK IrOfll oliovo. In tht World 'o ohall hovo irltuilollmio lut lio nf iood rhr, I mm uvtf toniv Inn wm III John IK II. A unt i In ii bolahdVilM rWVI furnlohod Iho "pi'Ol" liil.ll III I liKln . FnuMM hM tM "ii BMhtlor. Whol Ainorlv Tinoilo Io a htjnvy lux on loiiforo Thi' purflon who wioii". "I'otfhinl ITOUMN nmy cover on hOTMMl hunt" inimi Imvo horn IhlnkiiiK of hlh tivfnillo A lltllo Klrl e4 in with hor ItM palntr.,1 U a walking iirivortlMlMHl of tho Iniiiiiipotinty of iinieliotly'o nmlhor. MM folko who trlort to ooy II with floworo on Molhi't'a toy u 11 it Momorlol day havo ilorliloil It Inlfhl h rhi'Hpi'r In Bay It by wliolooo. lnofflclonl puhllr toll ) (III pfodllM Ini-fflrlonl boy anil iilrla who urn likely to follow I lint bont all Iholr (Inyo I'linl into nohoula profll a lonrt thoiioiinil fohl ovtt their coat. It lo ougKCHieil that Iho ri'noon Mr. llevorlilito dUI not t'oiti iiianrl more t-nnoldoi'Htloti at the hainlo of llM Chlcugo convention wa becauae lie tliil not mm 1 1 hi name to end with "ace" There delight, thene. ottltiy dnyo In Iho liutn y of an eleclilc fan, hut thio lo not even without lln peiniltleo. jlulf mi houi-'o work In gathering up puller about the room and oortlng out tho valuable from tho rilacarderl after the dally otiiiil tit the dek Ih the price many of u have to pny. A 1UN$ POZAfTIOAt rAOTOR Mm h hn been mild of the new faetor In the pollllt of the nation, the reference being to Iho WOmaH vole ami (he feminine Influent e, but not until the republican convention at Chicago did 'he Idea fully register on tin llMtoUMMM of Hume wflo have hitherto faalurtd with Monte Huhoiantliil ri'milti in lite political a ic ii.i. The nluetci nth ', im ndno'iit h.m not yet been accepted by Iho republic, but women In various tale am already I.hIoi In politic. I hey will be unlveroally accepted an uch wllhlu a horl time, and llu v and their Influence wa at Phi cago, not partlAD a contrlluttlng fat Into to the resull there iiiialoe.l, Ifil m vital factor In the fln.il I'vangcllHl Ic dciiouiHtt allon tif the Sumiiii Il Anthony moicmenl. We think It Ih a fact thai i oinr ii.tlln lv fW men of the republican parly among the great number who have pai'tlclpaleU In the con.lucl of Ihclr parly, were at heart partUan of the ufftHgo cauac. The reuHou for thl lack Of Ini'crfty In iMlr advoctcy nf wnman tight nut be Inqulrwd Into here, nor argument adduced to Jutilfy or IMtaYln It The mere aaoeiilon ot the fact 1 all thai Ih noccaoary. And wo ulo think It true that comparatively few of tin He men who went through the Chicaiio convention, from the beginning of the meetings of the national cnmmlttee to the final fall of the gavel on tin- convent Ion proceeding fifteen day later, but returned to their home convert to ouffrage and indent champion of woman " active participation In the public affair of hit country. For (he "hatchet thrower" who blazed the way and pioneered the movement; the unplr.it anily tnuMcullne character that carried the hint nera, picketed the public place and made tin life of publisher and editor a nightmare, aroutuug a prejudice that only politic conaidcra Hon were able to at 111. worn rot at Chicago Th women there In evidence were WOtntnl) women; wholeaomt, Hwcet, modMl omen; In moat caae mother of men. And the big fa. i the thrilling fact that won them lntant atten tentton and . incited the word nf orltlolfm be for It wa poken, la that they ItOOd for docency , Mil were moved at all time to throw inch In fluency aa they now eek to wield, on the aide of not liupMlblt and Impractical and Ideailotlc ptirpone, hut tin Iho o!de tif prMtloAVl Amtl 1,1 decency. And they ,oro not elf eeel'cr no c'ao In titer Tho women oho undid Hie union Hon luat elnooil woio divided In lh-lr inlvinii'V nf candidate. That w" whiileorne Tit it I'M aa II ahould have I.e. n. Hut I),, iv n- unit on two prnpooll Ion: That they wan't I in dc 'fitniriaii,n In their fov.r Ih-iiiuiio tiny were women; that they oppoii WOfllVR PmSdldatM I -i any office In Ihl their flrat campaign, mi l lo after MtoH 'be WWMfl aillanl, I min 'I bj the olnglo standard, earn the piofitreitiia. hmmr fairly and o'liiaraly. I'ollllc I a ordld. aelfloh ahd l tlloea aoldljf coniinert lal vniatlon lht alo at linn' nb iho patience and lulerwllon of th moflt UM bit lllll ileioli e A i ml pOftlOtl of lln" WPdld eo and MelflMhno I not oar 11 1 In 1 , a iery con ltlrable pnltloli .it I. i. in ami mil-' " ill". I nated If the magnificent and Inkplrlbl vorailon la In altrHi i In It Dial type Ml inllal fol Ih well being, in eouitnnnd lite ai I Itlnnal ad her film and BUPpOM of the mil' larajai i mi 11 1 .i 1 1 1 y enoi nihil Iti (he nip i ohm ..f any iiinv in, tit And tha women of tho land can bring Into I he politic il anna that flm - ,.f dlaorlml ntt"n nd Ih plendld i nrarllcal ldallm anil loylty Ikal will leaven Ih Whol And Ih Word we would brllig In olir reader Ihl'1 limiti g. the good cheer w would leavo will, I I'm la thl The W0ml1 of Iho Ratio, have broillhl lhne vlt i in Into the partlaan couimi it, nil men for the nionient a bit nloOOUrOgod n I 1 1 nlven renewed comfnri and a flm InaplrOtlofl b that knowledge And tiny 0OHl from Chteagn tn (heir home deter mined to urge their Wl fnotl who have be, it Inclined to hold aloof, to finer politic and beeoini- inodeHl footori therein, pod t.f the vigor "f IliO' opoOtlog 111 P rV ll hi Ih" hopeful doctrine thai the wotneSt 01 ianl.alliin in DOlltiOfl InUMt rOOOlM the InOtOtll and full h4Jkrld cii-opeiatlun of pi-actb-at men iili"i, pracdcal and pnnolble l b ill havt hlthorto n nut en lled In polltlot a It bM boon played To tin repiihlltan WomOOJ of I k la In una Tin World i ntend the rlgb band or followahlp with mil reaervnllon of any kind It Khali be III proud Ivllog and Ha happleat pbaoure to alit ihem and give aneouragement to Ihem In every way. t01 M iNTtNG Among Ihe thing which have proud an em baitamenl In many wnyn In Ihe freOOl ni l b tomonalrallon of the wlil nf tin. .i. in pn llllcal affalra ha been the preoent prim it'y lorn Theoretically devloed In give a bolter chalice for the untranimeled verdict of Ih uiaoaeo lii Iho olectlon of candldati'M, it h n worked out to he, n compatcil lo th old SOU" ventlnii ayalem, ti lumping mil of lb" frying pan Into Iho fire If NIcholiiM Murt ii Hut or del tint aclileie any of hi ambition In th.' Chicago I'onvenllon, he al leant drv orodll fur pul ling into word the popular dioeontonl With the ytem folltOd upon tin In the nam of reform that ha proved ltelf a greater IttHlrtimi-nt of corruplliin Ihan the evil Which MOOmpOntOi polillcul melhoil In the paal. and ha ahnwn tlMoif le able to arrive at n pnpulai vt-i diet than the molhotl of our fathom. "It ha failed, al II w in bound to fall." av Mr. BtttlOP, "It I UBOOUnd In theory, uitwnrk able in pacllcc, and a tin-American a" Mty po llllcal device thai haoiyel been RUMOOtad by any body. Thl ytem ha Invited, nay II In, ai mot tonpolladi huge expenditure on th, patt of thoae who have fallen vloilma to II ipllolta lion, and yel il ha iiroved nnthlng amoapl that Die great ma of republican voter await with entire confidence Ihe result of unprejudiced and tiulrammcled AlPOUMlOn by It delegate in enii 1 cotton. "A a method of exaggerating Iho Importance nf mn.ill mllloritiM thil ytem I nulte nb il The newapaper announce that Mmoboay or other ha wept' a given male, but, when we get the fa 'I. It I found thJ the "wecplng " con Hinted In polling omevhere beiwaen 4 ami 40 per cent of Ihe parly vote. It la probable thai in all the recent tulmarle tin widely advortlaod iht'oughoul Ihe land there wore not an many mtcH ciiHl for all the conletant an will be ca.it for prOOtdant KlOBa In the rliy of New York next November." Harvard unlverally Inform u Unit It I mowing on Mar now Which I not half a In ttrcHling a to know when the price of nafloa illie I going down i n our own plain t Many of our alien Immigrant never are nMe !o apeak anything but "broken KngliKh." Wbl h reiniiiil u that n great many of our native pot n . Itiavna aucceeii In uiungliiiK It beyond retialr. una nf the moat Italic eiHleiivor to artme public Interim i an attempt to pro-convention prediction n to who will bo nominated for iice araaldant. Tha llnnor iiuenllnn I definitely out of poli tico, an far aa national poliib 1 concerned, it can come back only by way of repealing tint aaiiOtlt llllnnil aiuendmcnt. And no one 0V0f vet beard nf a l onatitullmial aiiietnllm til til ing repealed Vanderl'llt aald "The public be darned." Hut Samuel liompfi'H I more polite It no lena positive He ay 'The public ha no right WhtOtt are Htipcrlor to the toiler' right to do-fi-tiil liiuiHi lf lujtaliiat opprt ooitin." Take your , holce. It in a MtlTOO of conatant aurpriO to the av cragc man lo nee what wordet.i a woman mn ICOOmpltah with a few old ribhona and piece of U.-e and other odd and end No doubt live could give a few dexterous twtnt of her fig leaf and look ever o much more chic when dt caned for dinner than w hen getting breakfaot. A Washington report av the uawilme up ply will not laat more Ihan 20 ,ar. That la what you can think of tor OOMOlhtioa when you are compelled to endure an Irritating delay waiting for a ptooooHlon of car to gel from between you and your treet OM at Iho buy croaoir.ga. Oklahoma (hithurnt The dop wrlieio who prdletd a dark limn" WOft nut so far wrong after all. Have you ever notlred. asks mil Inngby. that, when the urn xpreti t huppriia verythlng tOtPAt to go wroiik. Our pogHlon aiinply la thai a recess during I hall'itlng ai a national convention I bad fol iv li it. Hi ntlmant Aim in- othaft who gUOOOtd wrong I that I yoong Tuisi oouplt who namod their son, born i iiuiit.g ccnrtntlon week, Hiram IVo are convinced now that II 11 ahtoliltely a USelen waste for the public to altempt to ex in it togjilmotita through straw oalfott Winn the ir.nrds are finally unfolded, Dr. iiniii gooli of Oklahoma i anothor man who will protstbiy be affllottd with a iron bod mini Ii lice. A little Tulsa ttltl who ha following the head llli. .11" i n.nlliil llo ol hoi day bv nay lie I wlli thogt il 0 l"s ami I W W a would qgit, Tin s'l .' gnlng to blOW up tOmtthlBg yet. in f the sti -incest thing In thi world, do- ' i n. - ilp- liiii, I Now. I hnw a man ran be OOfna an economical he wntilil rather burn his i ' -villi a match than throw invay an Irp-h of cigar. The six vol. whoh marked the hlch point n irhtd by Mr. Hoover, slmws alao alien- the Ulterarj Dlgaal wasted g lot ,,f motu y Mending nut ili .se 1 1 .iino.niio hallo's to get ii line on public nonunion!. Itaronti fer of I'ublic Opinion Agiiin-i obi CJaard Kilitor World Af'et the big dlaappolnlment of yaaterday iai Chloago), at leat to me, 1 feel that I iiniHt ospraoa hiyrif to ome one to re II V my feillAg or ' huri. Ai n -t,,,n ai In your ehy I trove your Indulg- anoo, ana Rlnooroly hop yen wii give ihi I el v Written loiter a IHtle apace In your wotthy pa per. I notitii In Ihe rival paper t'oininenl from Ihe oppoaltloll mi ihe llnlilnallnn of ihe Ohio ii iim . making the aaecrtlon that he would be eanb-r beaten than any ,.f ihe other candidate Now in niy opinion they are only kidding thom "' bin Tln-y partahlly are not fooling anyone cine Any good republican could lie elected thl year and after MOM the mlabakaa ami e- lraat2ano of the pit-sent ntlmlnlotrailoa i Jo tint think th" people are going tn lrut Ihe domooraUO parly with Ihe rein of Bovornmonl of Hif giOal republic again for noma yearn to conic .1 In I. card to the Chicago convontlnti I Wooil wa the logical candidate anil hould have bei-ii nomlnnlcd and would have boi n if : t-r I in iho choice of the manors nntwlth si. nnll. iv Ihe fai'l, that Johnnon, I.'iwden, Hard inc. lie alt r I men. In fact 11 would be eaov In pick out inure than a doxen among the large numhoi of brilliant lateamvn, any one of which u OUld have made good. The only irrlovancc I have I In letting the ol, I guard run thing. Il high limp they were eliminated. They are to blace for the election r Willi m In both Instance I for one would Ilk., I,, sec I'enrtmo, Knox, BprOUl and aeveral of fhelr in; thrown Into Ih dlooard "ami put In new mn." They only ciime dlaatlfac tlon ami oirlfe In the party. In my opinion no m in should bold office more than four yonrl ,,r two terms In any rapacity from village BOB 1 ible in tin- praatdancy of thla giorlou republic. Prraldanl Oompora of the a r. of T,. and other loador of the labor union havo been In power ton long If found Worthy give any leatler In any party tun lorma inon maara rum step down ami .mi and make Way for a new man Judge. si'Milms r oigt'eONmell . lllil leaders or bosuns In anv political or pubUt srrvlr,. of Irunl hnuld Ohly haie ro terms n sucronoinn I hope my ueinneratlr fi-b-ntl arr not going to flatter "i"" lie nil itti.ither four year of extrava gance and a .bun.' t,, put Ihrlr fingers Into tin lOVomitlonl pit of aaay money. Thai should ami must be ntnppeil ol ihl country I rulind. AIo I can assuie my democratic f i lend I hme traveled mer a fnr.it deal of the smith In tin last months and found a good many dyed In the wm.l democrat not enthualaallc over Wilton and hi pollrlea. In OonalUalotl would ny I trntl you will par ion a strangrr (or taking up so much of mir valuable time. My only excuse I "I couldn't help It." Thanking ynu In advance I remln your verv respectfully, a traveling man anil a staunch ItnoNevelt republican. J K. M. jrul, .tune 13. A to Wag-en Mltor World: inn claim everything I oo awful and that wage re so high, etc Why don't you Ml out and get Info tho collar and gel some of lhee hlirh wages' Rh i The reaon I verv sltnplo: Offloo men. lawiers. progohori don't like to work. 'Nuf said Hut like to tell other people how glorious and good It In to work You holler from pulpit and press hniv much ihl nr that WOrkor get and that we must loWOf the etandard nf living of the Ameri can wm'klngman. Vmi hint that muak ratt are good ami all kind of punk hut we notloo that you ami your kind never 'ry lo gel thee" lucra tive Job or rat any of these rt and rice. I say ralHo the Htandar'l nf living of the Amet lean worker. I was horn and ralaed hero In Okla homa My u 1 prints . ime from ,,d Virginia Yours for a better Amerlnn Mounda, Okuv,, June IS I rOta the ropUbltOhn tb-kct. but will support no man that want u to llrj on rata and rice. JOHN u aOROOhf. ninn-giinl tin- 1'iHiplc Bdltor World- ror the third consecutive time the o cinlr.atlnn ronlrolilng a republican na tlonal conventlou ha ettihbornlv refused to al I ni the choice of the r ink and file of the party lo he n t no . It candidal for president. It must be apparent to all republican that thla situation cannot preiall In many future conven -llona Without the ultimate disintegration of a gn id portion of It membership Thl policy h is i tendency to deatroy rcpreaentatlve government. a If uni will bo kind enough to print Ihl In rbur column htadad "Itarometer of Public Opinion," would he glad to hear from vuu and other rapUblloana as to some plan which will r :t in tha destruction of this un American i , i , A RDPITBUCAN, Tiller JUn 14. wo i m RinmN' (C.ipvrlght. 1S20. by FMg.ir A. Ouest NO IIs" frettln' when the rain comes down. No use grlevln' when the gray cloud frown. N,, us,. sU'hln' when the wind blows strong. No use wallln' when the wnr'd all rong. only thing that a man can do. Is ork an' watt till Ihe sky get blue. No use ninpln' when ynu lone the game, .. use Mi'l'bln' If v.iu'ie flee from ehame, No use cryln' when tho Harm i dune, lust kiep on iryln' in' ewrkln' on, only thing for a man to da, 1 l ike the loss an' begin anew. V, use n orpin' when Iho ni Ilk Is spilled. Ho lit growlln1 when your bopil are killed. No use kl. kin' w hen the llgh'uln' atrlke Or th" flonde come along an' wreck your dykoa; Only tiling for a man right then l in grit his teeih an' H'art uguln. Pot it' llfo la an' the things that are Th n you've go! lo face if you travel far, An' the storm will come an' the fal'.urea, too, if pi ana go wrong spite of all you do; An the only thing that will help you win, la the grit of a man with u stern art chin. A PICTORIAL REVIEW OF THE PLATFORM (OopyUfht; IIH0 TO MINIMI CI&P0T16 Thm hachhanm of thm nation. Roadjuat ttuatimn. Rmducm Taha tha railroadi awaf ho Botitician. Protott jklJoi i Ti 1 1 Aoo taM 7 "iHll'iil fP3ijj mmx lip Margciret Catretrs oc Husband CHAPTER XUV Ni-w Tnctioa i remained with Blgta and the chlldn n fi r an hnur. 1 was passion ately fond of her children; they were audi dainty and Wtll behaved dar ling. Clarence, the oldeat, wa a manly little chap about 7, then Chariot 4. and Madge, about In pita of hr love of gayety Btate'a chltilren were never neglected. Htm had a very capable nurse who wa dOVotOd to Ihem. With Iiella help I hal taken en tire can- nf DOftnJd Mother often kept htm for hntirsi nr would OOmo and stay with him while I went ahop plug, ami as ha was a very good baby I really wis not at all confined be cause of him. M 1" n Bob came home io dinner I told him of my muiiiing walk, and my call mi Mole. "I hadn't been nut for a couple of da.ls and it did me gnud. My head ache wa cured almnHt magically. "1 have always told you not to stay in on closely. he returned. "Ynu woman don t get half . .-ii ftesh air." Then. "I hope you told Klslo that we had decided to go to i'i Iiiu'te' party; rather that you had; I told her I should go " "I am very sorry. Hob, that I told Blait l wouldn't go without consult ing you. Il waa very wrung. Hut so lung aa I 'lid tell her so It would be In extremely bad taste for you to Bay you would go. Don't you talnk so?" I spoke very slowly and calmly. "Had ta.-dc nothing! Whal's that got io tin with an affair given by one nf niy oldogl friend, and an affair I wouldn't ml for a good deal? Th. 1, id t isle w as your In even thinking I OOnld be coerced." "Wmy. Hob I I ild you I as a 'rry You .won't insist upon going, now, will you'' 1 told Klsle all about It; that I ghOUld have connulted you, ntc, and also told her thai I know when ynu reailaed how I felt you would gladly remain home with ITtinalil and me." "A Donald goes to bed before dinner. I can't see Juat why you lon g hint In, and as I have told Henry I will come I surely shall go In hi parly If ynu want a good time you will come along: hut If you The Young Lady Across ihe W ay The young lady acroaa the way Igy a the thing to la i to eliminate the middleman entirely and buy di rest from ih Joubcr. H. ti. i'.' i,.i , Advt. fj) Ths mi so TrUiuno I NO TIC IT I NOT TO BC uso AtAIMST TMg uivUttiMiNT' IMI'AaTiAL LSWI AND JUT 1lfM4Ai.& VVIAL. ( tOAOVOtlD tS Ua IM IHOotTMiALi On Hrihmt. Dioarm thm protidont. hit toad to ha tan go farthar. Tha weapon that Palmer Amaricmn ttandardi of Uvinm. Tha foreign relation. league, plank. Ol The Horoscope "The itari iDfttnt hul Ho net eoropid." Tuesday, .hum 15, I a Jo (Copyrlaht. 1920 by th" llcClurl tflTTaOl per yni1l-:al.) Thi i a lucky ijAy. according to astrology, for Neptune and Jupiter prefer to remain at home- why, please yourself." "You really mean to go?" "I certainly ahall! And while we are on the subject, Margaroi, I might a well tell you that I shall nontinue to go with ha1 my old friend Jut a 1 used when mother n.is wuh me. Ynu can, of course, please yourself about going with me but, I shall ifn every :lme I Un lg ilted. So doit t decline any more In vitntlon for me unle you vvioh to emtiarraa youtaelf " It may sound a if Hob npnke an grily; but ho did not. Ills lone wa ooldly quite; hut I could tee that nt meant every wArd he aald. I fell a ohiver of apprehension run over me; was I obliged to keep on fighting the Influence of these friend he knew before 1 met him? Well, If ntoetaary, 1 would keep on fighting i ti i' siiongiy ror good. It I a rule aald to be fortunate Tor j speculation or Innncial ventures that ofirr laige rcwarde. . Trade and commerce are quite well din i led al tin Hme. and rumnra of piMwihle jianlc or money stringency IthOUld be WatthOd Huapiclnusly, since trickery and treachery are I foreshadowed. L There la an encouraging sign for Rravel on the water but many will I Journey across get I, only to meet many flaaspoiajlnionta and large rexprnes. Clearer vision on the part of the peoplt M ini long boneath the surface lot think' I ttrodlotetfl Strong reac tlnns of opinion are prognosticated. Karly In Ihe morning Saturn la In . evil place, making for some sort of l would let Hob see just how un happy, how miserable I was mad because of them; and because of iho way he Insisted lupon clinging to Ihem. "Oh, Boh. ynu can't moon wf-ii you o.iy' You can't Intend to make tue unhappy when I love yeu o!" and I buist Into sobs. 'There. Margaret," Hob said after a few minutes, "You make yourself HI. You don't have to go. an why are you crying? I should think you would enjoy gnlng with me. but if you don't that s up to you. Hut do stop crying, dear. Delia will think I am beating you," he added whim sically. "I'd rather you Would."' I sobbed. "I'd rather be beaten ihan not loved the same an 1 love you. I don't want anyone but you! 1 married you be lli r wanted lo bo with you. I could have aeen you with other peo ple. I married ynu tn be alone with you; and thought you felt Ihe same toward mc " Hob made no reply, but took a magazine and commenced lo Mad, I cried for another few niliiut, then gut up ami wiped my eye. Th' ti I leaned over Bob'a chair and pressed a W upon hi cheek, at the saint) time telling him how much I liiviyd him. I then went quietly uut of the rnom and upstnfre. if he I Iktd w hy I didn't remain with h'm 1 wn iild tell hlni that 1 wanted him to mi" how nice II was lo 1... mm,. I trouble for farmers, who will be In LgtlUmtntal In making a startling VibuU In tho elei'tlon returns of more j than one state Theaters ahould benefit nt tHi , time, veii though the Hummer Is at I hand, for Ihe planetary direction 't eeiuH to presage ext raordlnary in ' lereot In all things dramatic. Danger of mining trouble and a I coal strike again are fnreaoOB THI should be a lucky wedding ! day lu the sense that it Bermn to lead I to material successes. 'irnwih nf radical ideas and the I sprrud of the moat progressive Ideas ; w III he marked In tho next few montha. Repeatedly those who read tho stats have warned the world that a W nrilfl f llllllk'.- IliUHl 1.. BtseeTgaTaNs,JjgfW rder of Uiltigs must Aboui an hour afti rward he came Up to go to bed. "I thought 1 t-hould find V All f ael "sleep, he tald. "Thrw'a a ,ian,iy number Margaret. You muat read il. -Mid you didn't mlna me?" Ml you! What do you mean"' hy -oh, nothing." I answered thru again 1 commenced to cry "Kor heaven'a sake, what are y,,u crying about again?" Hob asked You. don't even mis ma when 1 leave the room," I sobbed. "Do be sensible and go to bed. You pave made yourself nervoua by cry ing so much I hate to so a woman your age crying over every little Ihlng. Come now and be sensible " he kissed me caressingly and aa us ual anon aleeping aoundly. Tomorrow Self-coin munlon An Imitation milk made from pea nuts s.i closely resembles the real ur tlcle that It turn sour and curdle produces buttermilk when churned and can be made Into oheeee. Vooe Atcck I.udwlg Harwood To deyelnp aviator the Hrillah air J mlnlalry ha established a w.-li equipped a. hool with a threo-yeai couree, open to well developed boys of 15 and It yeara of age. A new and powerful electric lamp for mlcroeropea conalat of a qgar-ter-ln -h glaaa tube, bent In the form j of a circle and containing a alngle tungsten light filament. According to an Austrian naval of ficer gaa bubblea rising from a depth bomb dropped Into a slormy sea quleied the water aa effectually aa oil would have done. do w sine I tr Weat. graduato chiropodist Uliaa H, dg. Cedar 838. Kennies' Notebook Thl afllrnoon wile I wa wawl a home frum akool I iw Mary v '- kins wawklng in hack of me. and I wan ki d lloW and then portandod a be aorpt Ised wen she cawt up to . saying, i ), I dldont know you WA there. And I kepp on wawklng along" I of her Ihlnklnii of lumthtnf to 1 ami after u wile I sed. (I. Its w II ! todaj, Its in Itty peer tumralr. aln: It? Pont you know' sed Mary Wa' kins Hounding snlppllty as enythlng, uie thinking. (1, she must be niad about tumthlng. And I kepp on wawklng along' 1" of her attd prilly noon 1 sod W. you be glad wen Its vacation? Wbal do ou care? aed Mary Walking. o. I don't know. I sed. Thinking, limit. I wnnder wat she' mad at? And after we had wawked another lltllo way I thaw! of a good thing to any, saying, O, that certny a prltty hat. Jest beoauan you say It I dont prove It. ed Mary Watkln. Helng a feare anser. and I thawt, Holey amoaka, gosh. And I oouldonl think of rnythlng ell good to say, ami after a wile Marv Watkln aed, limit ynu kimw a gentleman I sip poMi d to waw k on the outMlde nf a lady. Mecnlng on account of me walk ing on the aide next to the houtai lusted of ntor the cerh, and I quick gol crround on the outsldo of gar, snv ti, thai rile. I must of bin thinking of southing elta. Helng wat she was mad at. and wouldn't I after that she answered me all rite ! wen I tawked ami wen wo got to j her houee I tipper my hat all Ihe way j off of my hed to her and kepp on going home. , nlzril and they now del larr that tho UnitOd Slates I In a state of Intel ; let tual rovolntlon that will be pow- ariui in us errvcta. The leveling of all rank and tfca rendjuatment of eoelety la tn be as marked In thl country aa abroad, although manifested In other ways, astrologers prophesy. Persona whoso birth date It Is may expect change to tho coming year, especially If born In the morning. 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