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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, JULY L6, 1020
PnMnhiM VrPTj Morning Ifi-Mudlne Mll4t
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PRIOAT, J" M It, Itt
He i kbit hIm. to mvi them Mm utter
most Unit OOffll unt ii Hod by him, teeing In ever
U vih m matt Inte reett Ion fei thet i Bab. 7.25
Though fiiim m (i ! i" Mid . 'I'l my love,
M HlP.lilf.IKl hope P ). M lint I IIHIVP
W'liiii. .iphiih Intertedat ilwi
Fnr Nth ii High prlpM became us. who holy,
hArmlPHH, undented. htiiI separate rrom sinners
Hnh Til.
But h h good Presbyterian tWMUtlt Mr.
wiiHon riMtjM 'ii ai i.v. making parti nadlclni
on Ihp Siil'liHlh dn
I'M i a s." m vt woiu
W rpiid In Um dtopatehwi ehi novpi-nnr
It.'hprtHon Ih hiiaIiuih in huhh llM mi ilmi Man
dal ' hp Ihln lip trup or Ih II baat mn.inl?
BM Ihl unvpi nnr. whll'' ' fA" Krnm Ihi o.
win hi UMHsaaat ptalaal aaalaal ttip action
nf Davtoaaa i" paNaalai Craakiaort unit th
twn hjattival from iMttteaT i
Mi. .irminli dm Hp vilri'd thnl hp appotd
turn thlnuH unil thai It wan a dlafraM to thn
alatP.
nut whpti Pppaki r Wnldrpp ftnl IiIh turn at
hat and pardonid 1llkaraon and a rpw othpra
thP governor hi . anin rpully IndlanHnt and arnt
a tPlParain dpniandtna that thn "pntd'HiInK
arty" (top Inntanlpr.
Ilia ttm wnrdn. thHt "pai dimlna nrnv " Hut
hp w'pnl rurtBar. "J um halptatti I" Ihla niat
tpr. It hph tnH," hi' t'oinplaliiP'l. " hf' pnii-d ill
floor In nil hotPl roam H Thn laat Ih datcriptivt)
and rpfprH to the Imprtttlon the tovi'inor H at
Uoa madia an Iht raportar. "i fpit lhal tin- inta
whom thp ppoplr had ttactad to luccaad nin
dtirinx hiii h an tbtanat cauld at truttad?"
nr tattfat thn paopll did not tltfH thn mpn
to hiii i-prd thi' ativernnr. not onn i.r thoM.. who
otpd ror the Inoontplcuout valdrtp oi Davtd
bop tvtr thniiRht nr atthtr luootadlat tht
rrnor nr thiit thi Iiim i"i inn I il Hurh a ihlna
Rut art will hi that phh
I n..w 1 1 ti l l i hut I I. f i ' . .it i mi imI i Im k.iv
arnnr. 'Vol' CANNOT MAKK MV CONOBfet
NATION OF TUMI PARDONS TOO KTRONQ
tmkv aim: tWRONO, m.i. WRONO. THB'
PBOPLI WON'T BTAND i nn THAT BORT
OK THINI1 Thn in-opln are not toing to Hp
prove or thPHp in Ih turnliiK tftmlBAlt lottt "
It wan iin.tiPHtlonalda tlovprnor Hohertnon
tht wuh bain Intarvltwtd in Bat Pranciaoo,
That Ih w hill he Hiild It Ih liulelllilv wi llti-n III
thp rei ni d.
Hut he laid WpilneHdny that In- ih iiiiaioiih In
Minn the pardon Hiandal. And the day prior to
that hp fata hii Intei'Mew to nne pt par alone In
Whlttl he HHlil HnniethlllK l ine 'I'n he pi ei IHely
art unite let iih hk.iIii haiiK the iiiiitatlnu tnarka
on t he kk prnm-
"I h.iva ravlPwed the iietn or I .i il'lnon,
iv-iidrep and Trapp and hi- ratal! nr my
lattatlgatloa i think pavidaon ih .m Han
rat ami tattraaaaui man i am tan
vinee.i now thiii he HAD PTRONO
OROUND fat pardonlna Crtakntort. Ttid
man and t'ahn Watdrtp It a brlfhl rautla
man with a flttlirt anil I am Inath in eon
demn him. The whole mutter H an un
rortunaie one anil if hest qiiiok! faraatttn."
One Ih lirt in m nadly ptttltd riame of mind.
At what point, ih' M"l HllppiiHe. helwpen I'l Ihi o
and nkluliotna City did the Kovernm lni hu
todUfftttlOa. When did he he. ..me ..nivlinpd
thai Ihtrt waa at arroni in tht "uaforttnatt
aaa" and w hat wan (he I'l.nvln, in ai ailment .'
Imaai nation muat tup ply the arrtaititnt.
"Tot l annot make my rondemnullnn nr tkaat
pardoni too ttreng." in- wired tram Prlaoo,
"Davldaon Ih hii honttt. OOUIfAgaatM man. and
Waldrpp Ih a bHstll vnunt man with a riituie."
tie hind nltet he pal home and had MNIN IN
BCRRT BUI ON with TNH two ACTINO
QOVBRNOM POB siimi; HOVRB
"Korgpt It," he ipIIh t ho ppnple nf the Mate
Will they itO If We'll ny they w n,,l! N,ir
any man i nnneeted Wlih Ihe moM OUtraatOUJ
niiuUHP of eipvuiive authority of whuh thin
la rei ord.
. fffJB TKDBS nUBIM OF SVVTBAOB,
Should everyone favoring any particular
plei e of (lending legislation vote fur thn parti
tan organ l.al Ion that finally (lvtt It thn for. e
of law? That Sni5 la li Ihe ennipntlOn nf
tome of aufrragu advoi atea and their partl
ian frlenda In tha darnoorutlr. party.
Of courae tha Idea la repugnant to every
eenaa of propriety. It la arguing haekwarda
the doctrine that a partisan organlratlon ahould
lerlalalt for only thoae who placed It In power.
The whole matter It Impossible, of oourte.
The aurfrage qneBtJon baa nenrer been a party
quentlon. It has been and la now In lia nntln
ytahttUt. AficUUcal-UUeaiUoo, But alnct
HnrriP of Hu InadPra are i lalmlnt that the dero
fjcrtlll .nriv ban Iippii and In Ihe lilPnd of
wetnati In pOflllCt and In thpnefnie pntltbd to
her rram MM whpn nhp rullv aetjVfrtl It. It
HPemH wnrth while In look Inl'i thp ri ' i.rit f'.i a
rnnmorrt.
when iht Nineteenth amandin an! whh on
final paataai In the Ultlttd dttaltt hpiihIp 1 ie
pabllnant tOttd for It and aeven voted Hgaliint
n m tin dtmOOrata, .'I voted fur It and 17
iiaaliint II.
Thi- tafalttjtjafii record Ih even more nlgnl
fl .mi 'if Iht H'ai'H iiillfvliig Ihe amendment,
II in ntmbtf II wi n r. puhll. ait H'nten Willi
rtpubllaan laiialtaftti and hu dtmottrotli
Mntta,
(if iln iv ii ii gini.it mi i h wlih b have reeited
Ihp amtttdrnent. elx wete deni'ii tilth and nne
rapablli nn
Twenty live lOVtf liari have mllod apeiial "en.
hIoiih i.r iht Iteitlalurt to phhn on u.. amend
ment, nr trhlrh numbtt n were rtpublloat ami
nine dei rath Ttnfrtattt the IhhI ettte to
nriiKe In hae iiiivthlna I" do with the Huffing'
amandnttnt i ovtrwhtlmlnfty dtntat rnti. wht- h
brlflft tht number nl dPiimerntle atntes rejeef.
Ing If up tn tavan, fiuly one reiinhlli an mate
ht I in ted ihi- atnthtfmtnti
MMiy men have null! Unit the ehler rllff-r-
ee. . between the democratic nud ptpubllran
parly ih u modt of tbouaht, it in. ihactfort,
'inlte evident that the repuhliinn mode o
thOBShl Ih to d" iipprmlmnte uetee to the
Wnllien or I III' lull'!, tin' demiMTallc mode nf
tb'iught In deny tliein eiiial rlghta.
W' huh aaatrl the Im praprttty or making a
pit't'-iti I i.f th ffiuge fiieNlon Th.'He
women who neek In do no are i onfo.Hlng their
dtitrmlnai l"n t" i.o lule.i i,y prejudli e innieHil
nr rtaaon. Timt la a dttappolntina f tat art or
their tntranct into potlllcai Bui ir they are
determined tn he republl. nnn nr detiinrriita an.
mdlng In Which party ban done the mail ror
th'lr inline, hnw .an they In reunon benllnlp In
trlaW or t he rei ord I
dihtribttb tbjb pardoninq powbh
The "pardoning orgy" w hii b ban agitated
thin atate dK nothing tlit or reeent yetnn hi
ban dime mine rnr the Rotttll plan ror cre
ating a pardonlna hoard than alt the wnrdn
Campbtll Itunnell han tfpoken nr Wlittta,
The gmoinnr. with thai a leiintl. ttbtltty,
ill gen (hut nothing wrung wan done In nnn
Inenih and In the net kuvh thnf the "dtplorablt
Im.'ldelil" Ih dlt to the law wbhb permltn an
ni ting governor to fullv dim harge the ilutleg of
the Ria-ii nor.
The logic nf thin ta that when a burglar
brtakt the glnnn Window and apprnprlalen Ihe
dla lie . ml , ill .l.i i il l he i e. It In Ihe window gin ha
and no) th. criminality or the burglar that
denreveH blame. Abaurd!
OOVtrnOf RobtrttOt nuvm. "I,et iih lorgPt It."
(in thai contrary let ua never lorget It until
the pardoning power la taken rrom the elate
tBTCUttVt and dlatrlhiited equally among sev
eral membprn or a pardoning board. In am h
a. lion alone run there be nureeune rrom thla
pardoning or rlmlnahi bahlnd ilonid doortl
this tbaoltttlOU nr the criminal element by petty
ailing gnvernora ror a day.
an OPBNUia OtTN,
The opening gun of the dtmocmtlc inmpnlgn
Wedne.uluy night nhnilld he heartening tn fhiiHe
whn aim at grouting a public opinion that win
oil an i ml lo th, in i lint in i nisi i a I nn to',.n
will, h ha VI bean ruling nklahnma.
, The political clement w lib h ban been run
ning things In Ihe Interest or laW-brtthtrt was
thalltngtd in an open meeting nr the derao
Org tit party and condemned by a rttolutlot
adopttd In Ihe rare nr ihelr thiealH and protttt.
Hy sin h DOUrggtOUt ai linn almie can good
govtrnmtnl be ttcurtd in Oklahoma,
Oovtrnar cm knnounott "My campaign win
be dedliated lo Ihe task or bringing pttOt with
honor! ol rtadjuatlng the nrraim or dvllltatlon
and ot ci eating a new day. Therefore
thmgH Banator Harding btllavtt trllal ami perti
nent from his Initiated DOtltlOn will not In all
probability be hu regarded bv me.' So we are
to have gaothtf cbiiid walking . andldate Ignor
ing (be "lHi.lated IttUat id domtttlc polltlOt" and
ii.., nttd 'o ie "rtadjuttmtnl or intarnatlonal ar-
fglra" and the Inauguration or the "new day."
Which In tatUraUOt that the demorrai y Is still
eontldtrlng Rurapaan matlart rather than
Annri.au matteiH BurtlV BtngaOT llardina
could not ask tor anything better than to be
called t.y hta opponanl an "laolalad Ameiban
natlnnaliHt."
The I a hi ehapttl In the pardoning orgy In thn
most tuaplolaut and unnatural of all. That
Pulktrton ttalamanl not only beggars daacrip.
lion but defies ttplanatlon that does lint innult
Intclllg. in t, Tin parllaan tofl pedal han he. n
put on the whole affair huh e the gnvernoi- re
tUCatd, The public known ttOUgk but no! all
Potaibly Campbell RuaatU'a "Cat" win he wild
tnough fiPKt time tn elenr up Hume pulnla.
Col. IIiiiih lii Uongoa myt he la not over
etnfldtal ui damaarallt tuoataj You gaa'l
know who Col HOUgt Ih? Ilea the pre.ndent
muker that spiukn a ball dozen lunguigc be
low a whisper. lie wuh Maxim's model whin
he was designing a silencer that would mike
the dltchargl or a rn ltd piece miuml like the
chirp nf a cricket.
KINHKHM N
(Copyright. lO. by Kdg.ir A. liuent)
A flthtrman't a fellnw who
IjOYtt running ntreaniH an' ekles o blue.
A finhormuu'a a chap who nrc
(real plcluies In the willow treea.
An' hParn. tflthtu! thi nttd of words,
Ood t anthem In the song or blrda.
A rinhernian'a a man whn knows
Just where ihe sweet arbutus gruwe,
A flshernian'n a feller who
Sees Homethlng In the water blue.
An" In the white clnudn drlftln' by,
Which never alrlkea the artists eye
A rUherman'a a man who takea
Joy rrom thn humblest thing Qad raakea;
A risherman's a chap who aeee
Deep Into Nature'a mysteries,
An' far away from aeiriah strife.
1 .earns bow to think big thoughts of lire.
Oklahoma (hilbiirnln
Nothing, pi that", rottld more fortfb! tgpft
Mr Bryan s opinion or Con than tht faol 'hit
he han .nnfi.'d his eongrat ulai Ions to Hip tall
of the l. k' t
ir Oavarnai hohertnon is tfgatad tarrtctljt an
tgontrating Acting Ootarnoi Boh Davldaan, H
appeam ihul lti pardoii eomMnt lias plCktd
Tom Waldrtp ta play thi foal pari
The main Hung we tike shout 4 sfrnng
Rllnutd Woman, MK the llallan News. In that
she nin camt homa from s tlall to her mothaf
mid nnt let on like she bat bttn aw iv at a
summer rttort,
The Kantaa Blectrle Ugh) eampaay han
agreed that bat hi ihiiiih .ball not be COUOlad an
a room in ttllmttlng elertrle light rate. All
partita .m in agree that bathrooms nhouid be
well lighted an a matter of nubile policy.
Oovtratf Rohtrlaon'l Indlanallon over the
pardon, grin',. I by, tht sub governors, as eg
prensPd al Sin Inn, ihi 11. sepmn In havp eonbd
down spvor.il dtgrttl since his return tn the
state
Arter a Wrap attending several days In Chi
cago over the name ,,f ihe nw purtv none ,.f
the e,M Mtm In have thought t "Amerlean"
as a fit title PtChl Itlmigl, Ihey thought
hu. h a name would not harmonlgt With (he
pi. 1 1 rorm
Haronutrr of Public Opinion
edition ol
tibitnr is r.p Harding,
Kdltor World 1 want tn rongratulate you
most heartily upon the oartoon that vmi pub
lltned In this morning"! paper, depleting the
Hon Pranklln Rooaavtn in hit true fjghl 11 is
" 1 fortunalt thai ynt are. through nnr pa
per, tblt ti. expose one or the clever political
trl.ks of the democratic party In nominating
oh. vi 11. nni iif iause of his personal mag
netinni ami greatness, but because only .r hit
nama, hoping to oatoh Iht rottt of groat many
rtpubiioant ami nonpartltant hiotutt of the
ntmt Ot Kooeevelt.
N" man MUld nil al n desk opposite the great
ei incffn i. iu y . jpert nf modern agon for ellhl
yearn and not bp contaminate, to the hilt.
As yo, know, my fathtf Is a hard shell dem
"Crat, Inn I have Ideas that rllf r.r gnnllv In
thin matter and hope that in nome way I .an
align mvaeir with the republican party In this
. d" Home good work In bringing an end
to the present rolgn i.r Inefficiency.
Although your paper injojs a very Urge rtr-
ciilatioti ami uiidnitile,llN ., Knat percentage nf
111" pnpullllon hill obnetvid the i.'irtoon In this
moinlngn paper. would nuggenl furlbf-r ia't
we have several hundred eoptet or tin- eartgpnt
prlnltd and Will he very glad to fly nver Tulsa.
Oklahoma City and other of Hie larger rifles of
the ntate and distribute them broadcast from
the air.
Al anv time that ynu reel I could he or any
ttfYlct whatsoever to the republic. in parly, do
not hesitate to mil on me.
Vary rttptotfally yours,
i'. 11 WRIOHTBMAN,
Tulsa. July 11.
Mr. Wllsi.n on the Stand
imi U. rl.l In the Sundiv
ihe Oklahoman ibere appeared an artlelt tn
"If 1 .A ,. o V croi BxamlnaUon, oopltd
fmm thp Philadelphia Rteord. m whleh Nr.
Henry Cabot Lodge aa a wltnens wan being
croet-examlned bi Mr WlUwn. republloan.
There are a few gnod republicans In thl
hi hi- who Honiewbat resent the narrownees of
thin article, and In order tn even up the MOtt
,,, nome extent, w- have decided to ill In
the next wltnesH who will be none other than
our own Woodrow Wlleon
Thla croHH exanlnatlnn may help to clarify
the situation:
"Nama please?"
W Irow Wilson."
"1 iccupallon ?"
'President of the Tnlted Plates "
You are familiar with the activities of the
present democratic administration, are ynu
nnt f
"Tat I am the administration
Did ynu not prior to the election of IHI
nmke 11 partlHan appeal ror a democratic con
gress a tttt vmi had previously proclaimed that
politics was adjourned' for the period of the
war"'
"Ask Tumulty. "
"Contrary to all diplomatic custom, did you
not rcfu.e to appoint nn your peace commis
sion nny member of the senate, or any until
her or the opposite political party or anv
member or the foreign relations commltiec .'
"Ank the Minus about that?"
Inn't It true that you were willing and
did oom prom tee your contention or 'open env
tnanta openly arrived nf. frttdom of the seas,
telf-datermlnatlon ol people., hut yet you are
unwilling to rompromlsi1. even 'to the dotting
or an I or the crossing or a f with the l ulled
Stales ttfiate, In the exerclne of ihelr consll
lUtlonal taghta'' Isn't that true Mr Wilson '"
"To do an would break Ih" heart of the
world."
"Mr. Wilson, will you please state to the
courl what you know about the OOllOtructton
of ling Island, the sir craft production, build
ing 1 1 f cantonments and the nitrate plants that
were located a thousand miles rrom sea and a
thoueand mllet rrom nitrate."
"We owe a moral obligation to our allies "
In 1917 did not congress give you absolute
power until the declaration nl peace?"
"Yen. ir my memory serves me right "
"I'ndcr that tOWf f did you not purchase
the nugai crop or Cuba r.ir 191R 19?"
"Make the world sare ror democracy "
'Under that same power tauldn'l you have
avthartged the purchase or the Cubat sugar
crop ror IMP, thereby saving the American
people Irom Ihe sugar profiteers?"
"I kept us nut of war "
"la It not true that you favor a mandate
over Armenia by the united States. while
American clllttnt are heing murdered In
Mexico''"
"America Is too proud to fight '
"Mow many time- was the cabinet In nffj
clal session from December. 191. tn March.
met"
"They are men or pygmy minds and are con
temptible "luitiere. these enalort."
"Is It not true, thio Mr Wilson, that yon
dlamlaatd Mr iitntlng beoauat he was not in
rull sympathy with your league or nations and
not because he dated to call a cabinet meeting
during your Illness''"
"I must consult Colonel llmise about that
matter."
' Mr Wilson. If your party and its platform Is
so much in favor or woman surrrage. pleaat
atnte to the cmirf why five democratic states
have rejected the woman suffrage amend'
ment f"
"Without me there cin he nn treaty."
Mr. Wilson, do ynu believe that our govern
ment consists of three separate and distinct
bram-hen. one fully as Important as the other
and all departments 00 operating for thn
greater good of the American people""'
'The league of nation, le the hope or the
world."
"If the democratic party Is free of honslim
and Is the most prngreHnlve party In this toun
try. wh did Tammany hall. Nugent, the bona
r New j emey , Taggatt. the mankind polltl.
cun or In dla at, and B ran nan, the dtmocratle
bo s or intnois, bring about mo nomina
tion or 'Jimmy' Gog?"
"The league nf nations will red 11 e ihe high
cost of hung "
"Thai s all Call In the next witness, please."
! I MlLLLtj. Harding, nonsier
Norman, July 11,
r
evil
grows kindly, but Mars it In
plot e.
All well established profp.H...i0ni
and business men ahould profit by
the planetary government Which n
held to give impetus to what in well
Hta: ted
AdvortMng Is subject n an t
peclally favorable away and shm.'
bs peculiarly lucky for trade ami
commerce.
Publicity continues to he under
a direction of the stars so mnr .t
tha' Its symhnl In said to be thai of
a serpent swallowing Its own nil,
which Is Interpreted to mean that
Its popularity will cause it 1 bk
overdone. -
Mus threatens some sort of dtf
turbines that calls lor arms 1;. 'a
are probably and uprisings in Whlog
there h bloodshed
The neers declare that until mn
cease to forget that all were I" rti
free and erjual unrest will prevail in
ev- -' country nf th'- World
New prophet, who will pre , s,
peace that is founded on gglVeratl
brotherhood are foretold, but t'-cy
may meet with eevere condemnation
and tie numbered with radicals
Pefore the war the appearance nf
bankers who could not be rei .
nlred were foretold and It la now
deelsifd by the neers that th Jn
messengers are at work In the grr it
cities.
Cabinet members are subject 'a
Influences making for severe critic
isms rmm the people rnr Mercury
till rules the tenth. Indicating dis
agreements concerning politics.
Ulaeattsfartlon among wnrklne
women who may not be In eymi'v
thy with benerits bestowed upnn
them may be manifested at thi
time.
Persons whose blrthdate It Is
should pay attention to diet and ex.
erclse Business arralrs may pros
per with strict attention.
Children born on this dav may ha
peculiarly poetic and lend or nature.
With the Moon as a principal ruler
these subjects or Cancer may be.
variable and rather self -willed.
Mc ADIEU !
JO? aaafiT"
Maraiirt Garrett's
Husband
Bennies9 Notebook
m:v NRIGHBOR8.
CHAPTBB UXl
Runiiajy nlpht Mr. nml Mft I 1 -win
Called I !kr. hlni -nv,n hfttr
I bun I th lny I mft him on
th train I f h"uch Mrs .a 11 win
rat hrr fliVOlOU hOWtTVfi Sh WM
pretty In hly 1n nort nf way,
anil .T-ihri Ktndlt1 h"th Hfnirt rtnt
am John KmkI.iI! Iwtlh HftnM at
irart-pfl, an-1 W1TM lui In hrr piAtM!
aftrr hhi left.
I.rt-ath-fil a nlh of r-pllrf. For Jiifit
0t1 lHrrlhl- mornnt I thought thy
wrm praijilpjc thn writrr and w;i
tfnipt'fl to make my prp-pn'-
known Rut thy w-prn raving an
iihuoI nvr fom Htory. o I nirnii
my Attention to my honk and hard
n mor pave an orralnnal -parii-latlon,
nr a murmur of VOtOM until
ii Ultaih and thon an xrlamatlnn
i'f Juhn H attrat ti d my attention
.Tnhn had mtiv dnwn Friday 1 airaln
nltrht. and ht and Bob had playd j "I wonder If It Im af for you to
K'df a'l day Hatnrdav. and all" Sun
day afi'Tnonn Itr.-illy I had f-rari i-
ly Rpokn tfi Hnh t h rnt tro tlmo .
jrnt thfr o often. Bob.'
1 llatenrd for Rob'a reply What
ould John mean? W h r di l Hob
h and John had i al rh.-.l Ril fh;i. hf was ,n ,-nnKr-.
hi diHriiHHlnjf I hdr W wtern hiiPinefla
affatrH that I BOaUTOOly OOUld K't hin
attention fur a monient.
Af'er the HaHw In'p left Sunday
evening. John Kt ndall ami Hoh went
into the llhrary to smoke ind ti-lk
hefore retiring. I bad" tht-m srtiod
nluhl fully Intendinc to b;o dlreetly
up Ktairs Hut I Ml not at all
Pb epv, and so pat down In ihe living
room to read awhile.
The door Into the Uhrirv wan
pIIkMIv open, and I roifld dlftlnot
ly hear all that waa Paid Hut until
a Bentenre of Bobl attrntti'd m v
notlOOg I paid no partlitil.tr at'n
IJon t what thv were Miviii r
There waa an unbroken
for a time, then Hob nald slowly:
"I nave Marffamt th di- d to the
hoiiHiv You know I aold the IUmp
ton block to Law rem- a while
hark.'
" You muwt have cleaned up a nice
little piin f,n that dial."
"I did!"
"Ynu were very wl:te to fix thlnRH
Up fir Margaret and the klda. They
are dandy boB. both of therm. It
almost maken me want to net mar
ried mypelf whn I aee you in thla
home with thoae two aturdy boyp. I
ahall have to play god-father to
Abe Martin
Ever" once In awhile -ae miss a
nuisance an" find out he's got a
Plltlcal Job -They kins like ther
tonguee Will caught In a bottle,"
aald Ike I,ark. as he left a movie
the-ater last night.
"A man could be wholly a man them. If you will let me."
under such conditions." he said. .t.m't ohlect. vou mar be sure"'
Consider It settled then."
I had heard all they said without
she in a wonderfully tym pathetic
character " John Kendall returned,
"and a charming wnman."
"She Is sympathetic - I round her
very oompan.!onoblo," Hob replied
Then. "Had Kendall what couldn't
a man do ir he had such a woman
beside him?"
"She Is certainly clever," John
said arter a long pauee. "1 look (01
Tlie Horoscope
paying much attention Hob was In
some sort or danger. .Tnhn had said
Il wan unsafe ror him to go some
where, at leant he had asked him ir
he thought It Hafe, which amounted
to (ht same thing. I laid down my
book, and crept QUtttly upstairs. I
"Ths atari Incline but do not comp.l."
FRIDAY, ,m, 16, 19110.
fOnrrtfta. lflrto.hr Uii M r Nturt Sroillmle I
Contending Influence rule thla
dav, according to astrology. K.nlv
In the morning Jupiter is in strong
ly Jicnflegectand later Mercury
Pop was wawklng up and down
and thinking In the parler before
H'ippir, and I went In, saying, r,,
pop, vou awt to see Gladdls coming
Up the street.
Wy, is she wawklng on her hand''
ned pop.
No sir, I sed. she's got on a new
dress and the skeii tn so short O,
goah, you nwt to see It. pop.
Don ou ir.een to tell tnc a dawte
of mine In axullly wearing one k'
those high tide dresses, yen (trail,
and for this we have children. i
pop W irh Ji st then OladdU came ii
the rrunt door and stArted to gi
past the parler, pop saying, filaddiii
can I blcevc my eyes. Is trial reciy
trot n
Who elts would I! be. Kristofer
KlumbiiH? ned Oladdll
WattJr. waltlr, sed pnp And he t&l
down and Irened back as If he than-
be was going to ralnt, and T nutc-t
fell down cn the floor a If T thawt
I was. saving Wattlr. wnttlr, Is that
vou, Claddls, I thawt it wan Char
Chaplin.
O, vou ? are so funny its a won
der vou dont die lafflng at your
solves, thers nuthlng the matter
with this tkerti nuthtnir at all, sei
tilnddls.
ho red onythlng about your
skert? sed pop. you must bave
plltv connhentH. wattlr, wattlr. Ms
kceplnir on rolling erriiund on th
floor like a pers'n trving nnt to
faint, saving. Wattlr. wattlr. Is that
yon filaddls. I tbawt It was Robin
son Crusoe.
The l.leer, I never saw sutrh a
biintcb of old maiin. there- absi
lootlv nothing rong with this skc.
sed flladdis And she kepp on goin-
up stairs, pop calling after her. T rii
sed ther. Wattlr, wattlr, an I
me calling after her, la that you
Ol.iddls. wnttlr tvattir Inthawt it
wan Billy Punday. . . ,
. 5(ii
WounrleitT In Duel,
McAl.KSTOR. Okla., July 15-
W. Ii Mi Danlcl, night watchman at
String-town, a small mining town
lien here. In in a local hospital
riously wounded by four bulleti
which struck him during a plftol
duel with n supposed tramp at
Strlngtown late Wednesday night
The tranp was also wounded and
taken to a hospital. V
wonderful things f.om'h.r She in', "''' go to bed. but would not try
imaiiurlnh at tltnen very much no
hut she'll overcome that, and if I am
not mistaken will, win both rami
and money for herself, and Inciden
tally ror un although that doesn't
count no much "
"Iter story, the latent nne. shows
much Improvement I wonder if It
Is the story ot her own lire." lioh
said musingly. John nnnwered. but
in so low a voice I did not catch his
meaning.
"Thi- sweetest, the dearest woman
that ever lived She has a thorough
tinderalandlng or lire, of human na
ture I do not wonder her story Is
filled with flashes of genius, for she
herseir Is rull or genius. In embryo
perhaps, but still- genius."
"Oh. they werp talking or some
ttiaraettr in a story." t thought, and
The Young Lady
Across I he Way
JVJjff-Wcz-rS Till I I II
to nb-rp until Hob rami1 up. Then I
FOttld ank him what John meant, j
and where he went? I could imagine
nothing connected either with hta j
r al estate buair en nr the puhliah- I
ing of hook-H which would put htm
tn danger. Put I know that John
Kendall waa not an alarmlat, ao j
there muat be pomethlng In It.
In aplte nf my anxiety I finally)
fe aaleep. and illd not waken when j
they came up When we occupied I
tht- aanie rooni Hob nlwavB wakened!
me no matter how carefully he tried f
to avoid It. The next morning I j
queried:
"What did John Kendall mean
laat night by Paying or wondering If
it wer anfe for ynu tn go some
where? I did not hear where.
I w is looking directly at Hob a I
aaked the (iieatlon, aj-d wan aur-
prlMd to aee him flush, and look at
me In an anxloua way, as he aaked;
"You heard that: where were
you ?'
"Tn the living rnm.M
"I thought you went to bed," now
he had grown white.
"I Intended to. but aa I waa not at L
all aleepy I Btoppe c to read and
heard you talking of nome atory.
Then I berame Intercepted In my
book, and paid no attention until I
hinl John wonder If It were aaf
for you to go aomewhere. Do tell
me what he meant."
Tomorrow Hoh Vvadrs th
Qu-eiHtlnn.
Census Figures
The young lady aerna the way
WASHINGTON', July 15 An er
ror, duo to duplication ha changed
the population of Newark, N. J.. to
114,216 inatead of 415.609, aa pre
vloualy announced, or a de-ve.aae of
ItlSSi the etntttl bureau announced
today.
Kooky Mount. V. C, 12.741, In
crease 4.691 or 53.3 per cent.
Trinidad, ("oo . 10,406, IncreaBO
702 or 6 ! per rent.
Haw m III, lit, lnereaae 64,00?
or 33 4 per cent.
Honolulu 3.327, increase 31.14 4
or 59 7 per cent.
Win io 43i( increaac 3,683 or 54.6
Your Daughter
Graceful and Accomplished -
How proud you are and right - is she plava the beauti
ful muslr you love. There is no accomplishment more at
tractive or more important than the ability to play the
piano. Any home run own a piano because or the "Jenkins
flan." and right now wc lire offering toirn. eanaelaltv
aiiintiin vaiuen. asK to fcee tnc new planus
we sell for
Call or writ- today Tor fni IsMiklet,
-Tin- .li ukiii.-. I'lan"
$325
Ktelnway
and Oihor
fl.Ul.M
1 riEMKllfS
Tgf ' ij
T0laAa9fiiLA.
Itiinotnhrr
Wc D Savn
Vou Money
417 SOUTH MAIN
Oeajtro 3I33-3ISI
A. J. CBMi Mgr
fnn Prlr-n Tits' lowrwt In I'nltrxl .Stan-. Xo otnuilsnlon ir you
buy your I'Ltuui or us.
aa;i. the male due ho an --.-,
per cent

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