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TULSA DATLY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1020 fan I ll y - 9 ' mm PuSlnhiwl Fry Miming. Inducing BY THK WOULD IMIHl.ISHINC CO Bt'tfRNF 1.:i'II') f. O !, ARSON IMim an rnl.li"'hr . HmlnoM Mnef . Treaa.irer Manil"I M'lor Chlaf Wrll OTIS j,nRTN t A i in FmatM o. tVr v.M.,ftw,. an Mason l'la W r t r MKMKN .. U 1X1 H ' II v I "K nil" nil"'1 MK'Xiiirii r. rnr. ii'iithi i-hks- Tie Ataorit.sl Praat la Hi SalVSlf iNIIIlM to AS fef raf'ibli allnn nf ill Hri 1 1 apiirliM r r H i r 1 In II or riot csharwina aresitstl In Ihn naper anl MM ,h local aw 'ih'ithas hareln imsrillPTinN RATH.fi. IIT M All. IN AIVAN.' II A I f T AND HI 'NTiA T IV OKLAHOMA 01 TRIP 'ir IIKI.AII'"" rn Ti I . Has Tar Sit Mnntha 4 aa Mi Mnnlha Three Mnntha I I) Per Mnnth Oaa Month u ,f DAILY nhtl.T ,.. .ff.tt On I . . . . . I Oft M Mnntha . . . I.Tn Par Month ft aiiMmv v On Tor All Mnntha ... Tkra Mnntha M Mnnth ... ... til . .. Osa Taar Xt Ona Tear . Ala Wnnrha I Aft All Mnntha r. Month ft Par Unnlh . ftft I n t-ARRIRR ,M I.ITRIIX T'lWNJ. A I ,.T tin AUNIiAT t Was ! Par Mnnth U a. ... Tl fsr Taar la a4ik- .............. 1 JF CARIIir.R IN Tt I.AA, SANH AmiNOA ANI KKU roRK. HAII.T AND SINIIAT Par Waak I ar Mnnth. In a. ..... it Par Vaar. In AAvan.a lift no PHONE iOOO KQH Al.l. DBPAItTMENTg OKMl M I, C I T V I' K It 9ai7 ftiblical Quolaton WI IIMMUV. .H'l.V 2R. I WW Clod la my Iglvgtton and niy glory, thi of my stroncih. and my tcfugr, In In (.Jod ro k Pm S:T. I My spirit look In tlod alone. My rock and refuge la hla throne. In nil my fears, In .ill my straits, My sol fn Mm salvation wait Trust. In him nt 1 1 time ve people, pour mil your heart before hint! ''"'I ll refuge for ma. nt it ii wAsiiino and mexioo cm, The artlon nf tha Viinhtntnn unvfinmant In Eommnnrlatrlntt (Ml 1 1 from lha Hlnrair of rltlzan nwnr-ra rnlnt-n vary ffrnvn rjunnllnr rontnrnlnic Ihn rlarhla nf (fnvrriimrnl ctuiiftii Inn rvrn thr rnntapiinn nf Rnvfrnnienl. Thin rapiilili. . whit h lha patipla ra tlalnr mlna In prnaarvn. whh itni tip fnr Oio axprr-NH nrl praclan VPpoM "f protrt fitin lha lnrHvlduH.1 r.ltlirn hnth In hlit parann n) prnprrly, ugalniit Juat Hiich ItflMKIi Ht-ta nf npprrttalnn ha In DOW being prntllterl by the MrVtrSMMII AgMlnut rltlienn havlDK fuel oil In nail. Thers l no prnvlalon of the t nnnlltuttnn more vlU) to the aplril of the whole Iniitrururnt Ihan thAt which exprennly tlenlea to government the right to deprive the citizen nf hla liberty or il property without duo proceaa of law. Anrl yet we are an t imlnlatnitinn that laya claim to bolng not only a conatltutlonal gnvernmenl but a democratic, government, reverting to tht-proctt-ea of 300 years ago, an fur aa Kngllah peaking peoplea are concerned, Indulged In at the prcHent lime only by the viiritnin lawleja faction which have by turnn bcen "govern ing" Mexico for the paat aeven yeara Had you or I by force t Art en poafreanlon of another' prnperty, tendering fnr it not what that other cltlxen ujtked but what we pleAaeJ to oonilder a fair price, the penalty we would have been forced In pay la certain. It la a peculiar reaaoning, Dot entertained until recent yeata. that thla government, which la atmply you and I for convenience, la not ubject t ri precisely the aaine lawn which holda u within the bounda prcacrlbed In the ftintlii mental rutca which enabled uh all to come together tinder the name nf atatc. anil holtla up together under all clrcumatanc now for offenalve and tlefennlve purpnaeM. Certainly no ari;ument la required ttt prove that If the government can deprive the oil refiner of hla product In time of peace with out accommodation of any kind or tho alight -eat pretext of a proceaa of law, tt can JuhI aa certainly deprive the cltixen of any oilier prop erty In the aume ruthleaa way; can juat Aa certainly ttDBriVg him of hla llberly. The prece dent la eatabliahed. The mere fact that it haa not been fully employed alone atatula between th cltixen of thla reinibllc and the practice o' the flrat Stuart or the laal Hnhcuzolli rn That la your altuutlon with reaped to con atltutlonal government In America under Wood row I. A men- name, republic, plua a lack of courage, alone atanda between the Amorlcun citizen and a perfect and despicable autocracy. The dlapohltion 1 aa certainty present an la the ambition. And the amazing, the nlmoat un believable thing g that thla ayatem haa Ita defender! A MIl.l.lo.NAIUi: WOm NlaUHDBNT, The itgnlngiin of QavDrnof Cox' anortnotu welath has had a most disquieting effect upon candidacy. Ha la worth "many million of dollars,'' hi friendly biographers admit, HuHtcnitiK to explain. he has amassed his fortune himself within the lat id year.'' By the manipulation of competing public utlll tle In his home city he ia reported to have ' 'cleaned up a quarter of i million In a few weeks." The effect of theac disclosure we aa)' haa been diaqub tlng and dlaconct rtlng And It I good that tbtg l true. Kor the American paopll do not want to elect to the chief mAgigteacy an enorruaUAly wealthy man one AhOI I lira sente) pt proportion la warped by an abnormal attachment to mere money getting Neither da they want to elect to the chief maglAtxacy a "J- Kufus Walllngford." During tha Chicago convention the question of tnulti-minionalrea In politics received much aOkntion. Tha ponible effect on the people ofmomlrtatlng any candidal poeaeeaed of tre- r liwlili in wealth wag dlnctiMAfl by thouaanda Beoacan two such men were among Um poaal bORteo. It wag tha oonaeiuru of opinion thai, it uk aa) mujch an tinwrittan law f the American nation that no millionaire, ahould bT elected preaident aa It was an unwritten law that no man Ahould be elected to that otflc three time. And tt la a fact that the treiui u u- r.dous wealth uf Lowden and of Sproul t onatlfutert the prime fa tor whu h eauaed their rejei Hon by thoae badera honeatly a"k lug an availAtile and worthy landidale. There la no prejudice In thla viewpoint, no tllapoaltion to penalize lilt pnaaeaalori of vnat winltb tin the contrary, It I not only a very I 'KR.tl and rational viewpoint, hut a pAtrtntlcal ly right viewpoint. For no ninn can gOODffl M' bile wealth far beyond hla reaaonable neiea altlea without devoting to Ha mere ttMJUMrttlOU every veatlne nf hla time and mind t'onee 'luently he cannot have prepared hlDJIDflf for the dutlea pe. nllai to the i hlef rnagi"ttaey, In evitably he rnuat. In the very nature of the IhiTiaTi have 00 mg to have attached altoircthor too miirh Importance In the poaaeaalon r.f niere mnnev. and he will Juat aa Inevllably find him arlf unduly Influenced by thoae of hta kind when he attalna gHWIc sfflOg, to the dltn I dlail'lvnntage nf the ttue tvpe of American iltlzetiahlp true type hDOJIUtAJ It la the vaat majorlly; or will heroine unduly aubaervient to the oppoalte eitreme, again to the very diallncl dlaadvanlage nf the true Intereata nf the republic, aa one ever doea who aeea hlm aelf a pillion extending favnrn rather than an exeiullve dlapennlng exact Juatlce and tin moved by lha pteaenlmenta nf nil claaaea We are not unmindful of the value of wealth. Nor do we aee In lla poaeenrlon by any cltlcn aomethlnu tn Inveigh againat II MWJ perfoimetl Ita own anal aervIcA In the de velopment of commerce and Induatry Ita poa ataalon within reaaonable biund la a proper ntnllNe to drive forward every citizen and encourage auper mlndn lo do their beat. Hut we are treniendoualy unwilling thai any man who haa hlmnelf aCetimulated mllllona ahull ever come to rule thla nation For a a aludent of blatory and the faaMnating a lenre which deala with apeculatlve economlta and polltlcH. we are forced to aea In "Uc.h an event th certain end of the republic and the a:i certain beginning of an aiilocrary In fact. II could not be otherwise The greateat namea In the history of the republic are namea of men to whom mamoti as Hiich never appealed Whoae Uvea were given to the aclenre of govrnment. And gov ernment la an exact aclenca In which mere bualneaa aa Audi ban reUtlvely no greater part than Any other one of the numerous Actlvl tie and Aaplrallon which combine lo make the modern Abate Juatlce mUM ever bo the flaming torch which politlclnna of the beat typa follow during the night time nf aocbil unrest, aa nrdr inuat ever bo the atateman'A objective .during the noon-day of hocial tranquility. The man who aeeaa to pun orwe endowment or the other hy patronizing thrnuab fear. ttt be mint do who by exi.erl enc haa learned tn look lo the weight nf gold to purchaaa whatever h dealrea. la not acceptable to a republic. "Oovernor Cox and I ara one on the league," aaid President Wllaon after he had enter tained the democratic candidate at lunch a few dayg ago No additional wltneaaea need be examined for the country to determine which one the preaident referred to. "What the presi dent promtaed I will deliver," aald the governor when hla- time to talk came. And there la your campaign, paramount and all. Cn thero reully be any queallon nhout the November verdict? We'll any there can't! Mr. HowAt, the gentlemAn who haa been challenging the tight of the state of Kanaua to enforce the law In hlB case, announc.i thai ha la going to have hla miners strike again next week. The country haa cased to take Mr. Howat serloualy. for II believe that eventually the minerA will refuse to take order from him and will act about earning their own livelihood In their .wii wa. The featurn of Senator Harding' speech of acceptance which haa earned moat praise 1 It old fashioned simplicity. There 1 no aupermun stuff In it- The personal pronoun "I" l used llh tin; utnioHl modesty, and It frankly breathes the old virtues of thrift. Industry and self denial on which all human reward la founded. IN TUK TASK. (Copyright, 1920. by Kdgar A. (iueat) Theri'H BON In 'tt,,K thttn tn mony tt brings liach duty come laden with numerous thing. There a chance to be proud and a chunce to exult. And the world may be helped by the final roault ; Though grim it may noem, If you'll open your eyea, You may ee that behind It your character Ilea. There more In a laek than it eilver and fold, of your children It s faahloned to hold. Tho draamg which you treasure for all of your years Are huld In the duty which sordid appear, There no road to glory save tin on for you, l or all men are known by the work that they do. There ia thi In a taak more than gold At the end i'lie raapaol of mankind ami the love of a f i lend, I'm the thing that you fashion shall make you or mar; By your deeds tho world vision the man that you are, And your hope for your children depend on the way You shall finish the work thai la given you today. Do It well! Da it well! Iat your taak have your beat ; r ot all you hold dear you are fai Ing the teat; The pralae of your neighbors, your own self- rea pact. And the right to meet all men face fiont and erect, Tha peace ot '.he (qture, your fortune and tame Are all In tha taak that mnAt cArry your name. Oklahoma Oulburntn U 'ci is i,m n .n By hla advertisements Moott Kerrls baa at tempted to Identify the American Legion as part of hla political organization, hut he probably hiia not font so far as In say "side by side we elrpt III Kl.ilidis Kleld." The girl on Hotith Main says Ihe more she ece of sonic garage men the more respect abe hiia for hi Jackeja. And there are the glrla who ran d nice All night hut af"r an bout thopplDg downtown are loo Uratl to stand up In a sited tar Hent In by an Wkl A Tulsa ludy. After hv- init gttandea landay avrytcag At a local thureh, said, ' The pn b-r was the toosi thoughtful man she had ever aeen, lot in Ina tltacourso he rr ferted lo the bag worms as the little basket wii rns.' A basket worm Is A ball worm. I.Ike an actor, he play hla part. A leaf a day he eals his wny Into thla lady heart. Aa we understand II. Senator Boh liavldaon. late self acting governor, Insists that he be tec ogtnzcd as chlaf laashwa of Ihe Kerrtg forces. (If course Cupid gets AWAy With It. SA)S Mie Pallas News, but nobody else bad belter imsf"! wing are enough lo wear In warm weathur. It llayden Mnebaugh, tne of Ihn delegates who refused In permit Oklahoma to Allmb Into tl ox band aland al San Kranclai o. is making I DA SO Dag In behalf of Hcotl Kerrls. Il Is und.r atood that Senator tlore leoUnsd to consent to the sppojntin. nt of Mr. 1,1 n I'AUAli as federal Judge. Ilrferrlng lo the trAffic. laws, the young man on North Main, who narrowlv missed an t II I denl whers Third cross, a Main Ihe other eve ning, wantA to know how In tarnation h" Is going to keep an eye on motors and street Bart when thre are so many other things that he wants to watch diverting his attenii ,n I am not an expert dairyman, savs Bill Ding ley, hut I know there la more Ihan one way lo curdle a milk lry. The committee on arrangements has about deiermtned that the live stock pavilion at the falrgroundl will bo a more appropriate plaoi to break the news to flovernor Cox than at "Trullsend." Barometer of Public Opinion 1 t lirlstctwn anil lchb. I'srley P. Chrlalenson says in his appeal for Iho release of Kimono V Dabs, that hla Ids Ot petaotial liberty InrliidcH tho rluht to 111 inn WRO'Ntl and to expri sa tlmse thoughts. I no conception nf persons! llberly Includes the right to I., anything or Hunk anything that does not result In Inlury to other human beiturs It ba l , ,, daeldad by law that a man has no rUht to think MUBIiKK or THI) 11 because It results in harm to bis fellow men. in tin orid man have often been persecuted for exercising the right of free spec, b. it i true, because what Ho n said interfered with progress of the pro motion of the interests of some peclal clas or Individual, when the question of ni;ht ban been on tin side of free gpasctl Right or wrong In our thought nr convictions is a complex matter especlully in religion or politics and may not be che ked arbitrarily by any oUmM or Indivldaul but there are certain principle underlying right or wrong thought or action, that are eternal and BOneadad by all llimklng people to bo outlawed In rrci . Ii l . and tie I'm Iple i nu'l iw Ihe rlgbl to think destruciively but include the rlt;lit to think constructively on all matter pertain Ing lo tho public, good Bvill affecting the whole public bedy should be checked by free notion of the weight Ot public opinion enacted Into law enforced without prejudice The trou ble Is that too often men who Arc cntruAted by the people wlib lbt nduct of public govern ment do not AXSCUtA the public will, but are Influenced by sonic active personal or claa In terest In rich , i es l lo i e .In. til. I be t.. in- way to enforce the weiuht of utieral opinion, which l not apt. to bo far wioiik if tho fads are publicly known The prtetg will to vcr fulfill Its teal mission till It passes on tin. truth about publn matters for public decision. The suppression of the real facta for the promotion of party or special Interests threatens the destruction of our republican form of government. If we believe that this foim of government 1 successful and we do then w. ha.V no right tn assume that the public Judgmsnl cannot be trtisted lit any given case with decision, if tho facts am openly prasantsd by tha press, and opt nly given to the press by the men und women entrusted with government, but no man has tho right individually to think WRONG Hut results In action destructive to the public wcl fare. A wrong never make a right Ci .T It I BL'TKD. Cleveland, Okla.. July 23. Ait In .Mr Tnin.-Mirtnllon. F.ditnr World: Thero has Juat come to my attention n editorial In The World of July 10, under the) heading: "liirtlng with the I n ler taker " Afler reading It I am Impelled to write and thank you for Iho constructive way In which the subject was handled It hit the mark and In exactly the rlKht way. The airplane ha now reached a stage In ita development In which It has become so stabilized as lo make the majority of accidents unnecerisary. There will always I ccasloiuil accidents Just a today we have railroad acci dents, but, handled sanely and with gvorgg caution, the airplane has reached a abure in lis development where It 1 not dangerous. To cite an example: The Curllss company hist year operated four flying field. Machines carry Ing passengers wore in tho air practically all thg time ami yet we had not a single accident. Thl was due to the fact that we illHcournge stunt" flying and. with passengers in the plane, mi do not allow It, The average "stunt" puts no particular strain upon a machine anil, with plenty of gltltlldg, there is no danger whatsoever. But, as you say, It contributes nothing. However, some pilot like to "flirt with death" by "stunting" too close to tho ground. We will ulway have with us pilots who will take risk Just s we have the autoist who endangers life by unnecessary speeding. So long as they Jeopardize their own lives, well and good. BUI when they Jeopardize. Uvea of othera the law should net. A a company we try to dlscournco flying Dial puts in Jeopurdy anyone' life As airplane manufacturer wo are most anxious to minimize accidents. For that reason we have gone to (treat expense to (malntaln testing apparatus which gives us an nccurulc knowledge of Hie performance and strength of trggj y new model. Our test pilot, therefore, do not lake tho chance that they are often credited with t.ikliiK I" cause they know ab solutely what to expect the first time they take a plane into thg Air And. knowing machines, teat pilot always exercise care and caution. They never lake chances for the more enjoi -mont of the thing. I again want In think you for the way In which you handled this mailer. Tho ntrphino Industry--It future 1 absolutely In your hand Without your support wo can get no where. For that reason we are doing everything within our power to earn your confidence- and for that reason also wo are lndtebtod to you for fair treatment of a subject which, by It very nature, tend ltelf so readily to treat ment which. In a minute, undoes tho work of a year. Yours very Iruly. Curtis Aeroplane and Motor Corporation, W I) RICHARDgON, Department of ilducation and Saba Promotion. OaiUeii City, N IF THE U. S. WERE NOW 'C-iprtifht It!" The Council of tha Iaru of Nations was assembled In extraordinary eeaalon yesterday At Wonderland llouae. the IsiDflOg beaqtjariers of the IAAgu. After Aseiirlng hlmaaif nf the presence of the U fl. representative. Sir Krlc Itrummond, the permanent se. retsry, called the session to order He briefly stated the purprxae of the meeting " I' dand la In great peri:.' he said. "Crested by ths Iasue. abe niuat be protected bv the league now that bar armies hare been driven back to her own terri tory. We mint at once devise means of rendering im mediate support. It will require money, mtinltlona, And men " Mr. BAlfour Arose "Oresl Britain will provide munition and money, providing ' he added with a glance a! ths V. R rep reeentstlve -providing our credit Is still goad." The It H representative, who bed dined the evening before with the king and waa atlll In An AiAlted frams of mind, hastened to assure Mr. Bslfonr that credit la shundance would be extended. "Our honor demand It," he said. Hearty applause greeted fbla noble utterance. M Mlllerand. ths Trench repreeenuiltve. then was recognized by the chair. " France Is unable to extend nnsnolsl aid unless " and here he glanced meAnlngly at tbs t7. 8. represent ative " unless our war debts are remitted." The 1". 8 repreaentAtlve nodded in Acquiescence. "Our honor !!:. anda It," he said nobly "France, however." continued M. Mlllerand, "will furnlah experienced officers snd s leader of the military forces. We cannot promise French troops, as auch a courae would provoke revolution at home. The gov ernment would be overthrwn. Under certain condl Hon we might be able tn provide oontingen? of Afrl can and colonial troop." Hi rematk were Applauded. Blr Uric then Addrenaed the council. "The mllltAry necessities will require A coniriderable expedltlonery force, perhaps half a million men to mart Margaret Garrett's Husband By 1A.NK PHfcLPS CHAPTKR I. XXXI akcntii- Distrust. For a few minutes after we sst down to dinner Mrs. Baldwin and I chatted upon indifferent matterti; but gradually she led the conversa tion buck to Robert, and hi liking for Bohemian people. "Ilavo you ever dined at the Be vourt she asked. "Once," I replied. Dldnt you liko It? I'm Just crazy over the place, and Joo la nearly ua bad." "No. 1 did not enjoy it at all " I place my husband did. Joe won't take me, or you better believe he'd gel no chances to lunch or dine with other women, that Is unless I was along," she added a 1 made no reply. "But, Mr. Baldwin," I rommeneed to argue, "I do not hellevn a man should have any Interest ouLMdo of homo anrl his necessary DDDtnggg af fairs. If I Join Mr. C.arrett In his outings with people of whom I do not approve I have no argument left against his going. No. I trust my husband absolutely. In time ho will replied, a roniemhranco of Ihe dla-: see that I am agreeable evening 1 had spent mak clvo up people Ing mo speak rather snappishly. "That's str.mce' doesn't Mr. Gar rett like it either?" "Yes." I admitted reluctantly. "It Is one of tho place.s he used to go before we were mnrrled." "Oh. so ho knew all that clever crowd before you were married, did you know them too?" "No, when met Mr. Garrett his mother had Just died, and ho of course was not Rolnir out at least to such places, I explained. "Oh!" was nil the reply she made, but that elnple expletive was so charged with understanding, that I fell myself flushing. Then she asked: "How long did yon know him before yon were married?" "Only a short time. Ho And his father never nitreed, I suppose he felt uncomfortable after his mother ithv! and wanted a homo of his own." I acaln explained, never dreaming how much T was telling this clever. prove." "I wih I had your faith for your sake," she replied, "No, you are wrong," she went on after a moment's sllenco. "No man who I Interested In the vital things of life; who craves the companionship of clover men and women will ever be made to give them up by the tac tics you propose. You had far bet tor give up your Ideas of dome.rt.lc felicity ulone with him, and become his companion. If you do not there aro plenty of charming women who will. And you aren't ao youim that you do not know what tho rornilt la sure to be." "You moan tn Intimate that I shall lose my husband?" I demanded. In dignantly. "What else? He will not be hap py with you if you cross him In nil ho does, . hi social instincts and pleasures" "Do you practice what you preach cynical woman with Mr. Baldwin?" I asked as we "1 see' Well Mrs. C.arrett. of i rnf, frnm the course vnu wll do ns you please. m,Vfr RjVB you occasion?" I added but If I were you, nd ho would rather disagreeably, I am nfrald. take me. I should go every single i "When I was first married I male the mistake of Ing and nagging Joo whenever ho stayed out a moment longer man 1 thought he should. I used to ac cuse hini of being with other women, and all sort of things, until one duy he told me that ho had hail the name, and that he would hereafter H'lVu thu game. It whs a vulgar way of putting It, but it wunu um The Young Ladu Across the Wan i i k A Up, and over sines then 1 have been' busy trying to how him that hu needn't be uncomfortable with me. I Bui " she hesltuted, "1 walled too j long. I was too late. Tho mischief had already been done. Now i live; In hope lhat some day he will return i to mo. 1 keep watch of him. I know ! what he la doing, but he doea not mistrust that I do. I am telling you this Mr. Garreit mo that you won't make my mistukes. 1 liko you, 1 know your type, the home girl who lias never been accustomed to tho gayer aide of life; a side that 1 Juat a wholesome, Just as true as 1 the ' strictly domistlc sido if a man and wife can enjoy It together. But to send the man out alone--bellcve mo, it I fatal. After Mrs. Baldwin loft, which she; did early, I sat thinking over what i she had told me. I wus not at all ' convinced by her reasoning. Joe Baldwin and Bob were two very dlf- j ferent person. Mr. Baldwin was rather ordinary that Is besides Bob, and would be Influenced by thing! which In no way would gntot my hushAnd. "Poor wumin " I said aloud as I undressed Then I forgot afl about ; her advice In was doing, of me and there beside Mhe vnumT ia.lv across tho uai I ben also l tayi she saw in 'the paper that an had lunched ftMtomobtlt w recently ilrKen from Coiumbun. o.. lo Washington D C . man hy IVihftn it whh while Donald whs tU and ho had forgotton tt. I wnnM 14 t i tl hOUIti 42 mlrnitr: flit, ami h rllpOoM It wouM hiw- niiitte nllll ;(uelu Ulttt ii lUc UTM hail stayed Up IN THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS Br The Chl-wf o Trtreine with. laibor conditions are such In Kngland that twr srrlpflon for service In the Plnsk awarnp and 'be iTtpet marshes would not be welcomed Inels'enoa might even Jeopardize the crown, trance. Already burdened with the vast cnnAeo'tencea of year of waa on bar oi! nd further burdened by the expense of her military operation In Gsrtnany. Turkev SvrlA. and other polnta east, Is not looking for further noble so, rlflce in eastern Europe. Italy 1 now diatresaed hy threatening Inlernel condition aupertndured by na tional aspiration In other nation, and la helpless. Japsn Is bravely stemming the Huslan horde ui Iberia snd 1 threatened by Chlneae banditry in Shan tung The situation la grave. Where ace tha required troops to be obtained?" The repreeents lives of Britain. France, Italy, and Japan leaped to their feet, clamoring for recognition. Mr. Balfour wo recognized "I think the burden should be shared. " he ald gen erously, " in proportion to the relstive capacities of the Iiegue Algnatorle. Great Hrltain will provide munition, at a reasonable rare, And will devote her navy to tha work ef blockade. Transports will be pro vided carrying oversea tmops At Si .10 each France will provide officer and map snd Marshal Koch, snd our distinguished fellow member nstion, the great and glorious cation of the U. 8., the noble and powerful defender of freedom and democracy, will provide the men and credits " Ho paused, out of breath. " I pJt that as a motion." he Added magnanimously. " All tn favor say ' Aye.' " aaid ths chAlrmAn. A chorus of Ayes thundered through the council chamber. " I demsnd A roll call." exclaimed the U. S. repre sentstlve. struggling with his monocle. The roll call resulted In 8 eyes and 1 no. The motion was declAred courted And the U. S. rep resentative cabled to Wsshlngton: "Our nstlnns! honor demands that we extend credits snd send troops. The U. S. has given Its sacred promlss." El Abe Martin right, and be willing lo of whom I disap Nothln' pleases a henpecked hus band as much as t' have a daughter krow up an' drive her mother ut o' th' house. Who remember when we use t throw up our hands at th' price o' th' first strawberries'1 business; but others might not think so. I should ask htm lo promise not to lunch again with any woman bttl me. Tomorrow Bobert 1 Annoyed at Mrs. Baldwin. For Belea.so July 28. 1S20 An Artificial rubber of German invention I Aald to be a better ln quirad by Rumania are more than genuine. tahle "or does he finding fault, of cry- Apparatus has been Invented that locates an airplane at night or when hidden by clouds by tho sound from Its engine. Id's To Our Customers ot One or Forty-Two Years Standing The Jenkins Store, our expert workmen, such . musical knowledge as we have acquired in al most a half century in this business; all are at your service. Whenever we can do anything to help or ad vise, either about your old instrument or re garding a new one, do not hesitate to call on us. A Pleasure to Serve You Always Call or WrlU for Five Hi hi l.b i 'Tllo Jonkliui I'lati" wondering what Bob if he had once thought If thero was anyone him and John Kendall. dwelt on Ihe fact that he 417 SOUTH MAIN STREET omm MaWMsM a. j, (1pr MjuiaRPPi Korty-two Te.,rs In Kansas city and the Southwest Htore t. lose S p rn. until September 1 with thai Chicago wo hail ho not tnM m aHk htm about It aM soon aa hf ranin m In ihe uex-i nlghi. Ot counts it wa tiles The Horoscope "Tha atar. Incline but fin not rompal " I HM.SB AY, iVVt its). It 10 rxlAt I lit, l) Us) MrAlw Nennaner ftraSkSta i ii.. oil atars dominaie thl day, gc. cording to astrology. While I'ranu. M rv. Jupttar and Saturn are all In beneflc aapect, Jupiter alone is adverse. gtlmulttlng Influences Will bo felt dm. or this configuration, making for fonfldstrOi and increased gOtlv. It. v. 1'rnnuA Is In a place supposed to mtko the mental londltlon seren" and undisturbed In any clrcW ,tir us. stretiglh and foresiRht r to bi Inipurted by thl rule of tne ' planet. Mtitnry gives great prnmlae to all wii" depend on publicity nr ad veiiis.i.R. Thus merchants, political I i undid tag and actors should bene. fl-. Tin re Is a happy nugury for tho men who hold the destiny of ih iiam.r. in their keeping. A banker and flnam tor who ha i...v. tiiith ns with a roreign nation will now come much Into puhllo no tice. H will command esteem and tianli Ion at the same time. litiuntlera are now subject to a planetary government that seems to presage supreme tests to their wis dor i and foresight. Tin ii Is a prophecy that a project of immense scope will enirage the attei Hon and Attract the savings of the people. The aspect of Mercury In square lo Sni urn And the Moon In oppoel th o to Men 'iry are read as menac ing to the tueon of Kngland, who should saiagugrd her health. - As the Prince of Wales has ,s Pun close to Mercury and Venn kha news that he may soon marry is to be xpi cted. M-iny weddings will mark tha Au tumn season although there mav be an Increased anxiety over the coat of living. While certain com modltla will decrease In price, food UH be verv high. Tho opening of new binds for set tlement again Is prophesied as like ly to bring about AiioooKsful experi ments ir. oo-opa ration. pi rson whose blrthdate tt Is hare Ihe augury of a fortunate rear. Journeys and removnlB will bring about pleasant and profitable changes. children born on this day will b thoughtful, careful And In evtry way trustworthy, it Is foretold. Bennies' Notebook 1 Us folows waa standing rowt at the corner yestidday aftirnoon, and Puds Sinikinses sissy cuzzin Persey started to throw a ball agonal the wall and catch It asm and after a will I quick Jumped In frunt of hlnv', and cawt it insiod, Pursey saying, Hay. you, cut that out Who sed o? I sed, 1 sed ao, you Jest do It ag,;n, thats all, I dare you, sed Persey. And he threw the ball agen and I quick Jumped and cawt it agen. I told you to cut that out. sed Persey. Wy. who are you? I sed. Tawk lng tuff on account of nobody being afraid to tawk tuff to Persey, und he sed. That's all rite who 1 am, you Jest do It agen. thats all. do It agen. Sure I will, I sed. And the next time ho threw it I cawt tt Agen. Per sey saying. Do you realize I told you to cut that out? Well, wat of it? I sed. Plenty of it, you do it once more, thats all, do it once more, sed Per sey. And he threw It agen and f quick Jumped and caw t it and threw It back lo Persey and he stuck It in his pock it and started to walk away, saylns See that, fellows. 1 can make hits) do it every time I wtint to. And ho kepp on wawklng awav And T was so serprlzed dldent think of chasing him till It was too late. A new letter stamping machine wet the envelopes Instead of the stamps and can attach 2,000 stampa an hour. Of F.nglish Invention Is a rotarv coupe top for automobiles lhat can be turned down Into the body of a car. Freight Is carried batwaadjV two Colombian cities 30 miles apart In cars suspended from Aerial cable und tho system eventually will be doubled in length. Hind operated, a devico Invented by a Mlnnesotan lifts heavy barrel -i or other containers of liquids anil then tilts them so that their con tents are poured out. Using a patented proec., Hawaii expect to become Independent of Imports of gasoline by using a mo tor fuel made from molasses and waste from pineapple canneries. i c j Essential Stelnway and Otiicr Flan OS TOUA.OtlflLaiit, i , 1 . m. '