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TULSA DAILY WOULD, MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1921.
t rnMUhfd tlVfrr Mamma. lnMn(1in eu'i1r BY Til K WOULD PUBM8H1NO CO. rrfifiF-AT-biT npni!Alroi inpuwriiw fEMMUW oM'lTill AnTnj(TA'rhl; ;,j'L fr rtpiiklitmlnn of all mn .ili'ue '''? ' 1 ,h, f not nlhrwlt ofMHM In thU lKr n1 lefal nm t.nbllihti1 hrftln. - rsrttf MAILT AND Ht ,,, moMA in Oklahoma oormtiiJ or OKI.AMOM Ml UftMlhl '. -'r , - . ....... .B 111 mm ........ . ti. . Il.i.lh .......... 1.11 Or M rt nth .11 MII.V ONI.r. .lilt un rr i. . . i.ii sli tlnnlhn j; On Yfr '! Thr Mtnihi . ... . 1 1 it. .ah a. -faaa- "r-AJSfc&JTJTt-l-JWrV" MINIM V ONLY. ... tr Month . .. . I 'tt M o '1 V-Vrftsxmi IJAII.r AND flUIDAT. , , rr wfK ; ,i l'f Honlli In Advnnn. " a.ov iu:i komk, uaii.t amu huniiai. iJ(l l'r Wrk i "" .tt I'rr Monlti In Ailnc ,, ,lei far Tmr In 1vni. ,. . ''ti'J.Vii i trrr-.ii- . , JfLt.i-r .riu. - fir fir I A I. vxnaian Z)ay flMcal Quotation Wo have not a' wXl"t which cannot bo tounhe.1 will' tho feeling nt r 'n"""" y" we In HI point" Dimpled lKrt wo " ' y without olll Hull. 4MB. ,iii.tn lift ktifiwn our fcitliln frit nn. Iln known wlmt fori! tumptntl1"" ,nclin tet i?Il.Wr- hf-fr ' no Ih. thr-n. , MIU llAIUHNfl OttACKITta. Conflilontlal rnporw from Mnrlon nny Hint JUrdlnn U Miowrlnje lh mnln of lundrrnlilp. Thft ftternal pullln and hawing of ptac ncrkiirn fid lnlMne h ntdert to th prnMdont-oloot'ii load. Tiu.ro m no mirprlHo In Ihnt. Witrwn Hnrd Ine very ulncon-ly wnnt to humnn nJ thorouRlily dittnocrntlo prwldent. Ho flf-t out to commit llbornlly Hio bent mind of tho coun try, find Jim. ft" rcfiult of hla fnlr lnltnllon, linrn linponcd on by noorrii of tlio niont puny and Intrlrulnc .mlndi Jn thn nation. A eertnln Okla honia oabnl that purnliitM In dUturblnir hltt ro POM, tchtirnclerlKlo of mjicli that linn bfori irolnt on In Marlon lnco tho return from l'annmn. Wo read Hint tho llardlnifa nro dntflnnlnod ttvat tho executive mansion nhall bo a doino oratlo Amorlcon hounchold. Wo prahm them for tile ambition! nut It will not bo. It muit iit t. It cannot b. Var If It ba unttcrtaUnn, Prirtdont Harding will rlthor bo In hta gravo or an tnaano uirylum heforo half hl term haa nxplrtd. Woodrow Wilaon made tho mlatako of believing that foreign ntutcamen wer actu ated by moth-en aa kind and truo aa ho wa him Mlt. Mr. Harding would bo making a almllar mlrtako did ho jrtv way to hl vnry natural Inclination to remove the barrloyi of form and olreumatanro from tho mccutlve manelon. M would be Impose on ulraeoiily im 'poaod on; not by alatonmen and gentlemen, bjit certainly -by inlrlgilora who would not honltnto a moment to threaten tho national admlnUlru . tlon with acandal to onoompaaa a eherlihedoal, nor to bring ttm uxocuttvo to hla deathbed In. ordcrto triumph over n faction. Of a trulh Mr. Harding han about reached tho point where ho murt it ftelf dffenno and' nut Of deferonco to. the reponUilllMe- retttlng on him, end tho heat-mlnda conforonco. Ho muat more and morn reatrlcl hi callera, more anil inoro n'ek advluo from i amaller elrclo com poacd of bolter and eafer material. Almost doca lie aland at tho point from whonoo ho iiuiitt atrlko out an 1Ui own maeler, melng only thoi-o ho really calla In and not per mltllng cither his health or mental qualities to Upi-omo threatmul by Invaalnnn of no conso iUence. Tho country Im porfectly willing to bo Jlovo that tho pveiddeiit-elcct nnd his xcellent consort would tllfo to mn'lntiUn nn open luiuw Jn Washliigtoii, but tho publlo In not wllllm? that they Hlioiild even try. (luil ucvnr niuilo a flt'sli nnd bono form t-Apablo of maudlin? up under tho puulshmont that vuitld follow. .MISS HOMUIITSON IV WASIIIXHTON. Thu nrrlvnl of l'reMdent HtirdhiR In Wnwh Inglon aI11 hardly croato more of u wnsutlon than did Coiigreiwniaii floborlwm iliirlnR Imr vbtlt to tho national capital tho prist week. Tho Hundny papern nil over Urn country were full of fnaturo MtorliH of nnd editorial prnlno for tho new member from tho horond Oklahoma dlstrlot. Mls Iloberlsiin poaspsnen In rounded rrteSmiro tllwt of all qiiMIUo. common si-nse. t.lko tho Into Theodnro Itoosovelt, she IiihM on being hrrXlf at nil tlincn regardb'M of polltlenl cortneqiiencr, nppenln tremendously to peoplo of nil clasff s. Hlio Mendfaatly refuses to bn clnted nan fionk, will not ponnlt tho opinion to gather th.il nho iwekn to reform anylhlilg. Is not suro that shn M even yet convorted to tho suffnigo bleu, tells btorloH with a nalvetlo that lit ilollclous, nover tnjited whisky In her Ufa but frankly confewra tlmt sho known moro heinous vlcers nnd Won nnd so on. That Congrwamnn UobortBon, ipilto aside from tho fact that she Is Intimately acquainted with many of the congressional leaden nnd on a fooling with thorn that ennbles hfr to cull thorn by thulr Klven nume, will havo n hrgo Intluenon on publlu affalrn by Iho fhuer weight of her menial qualities and dollRhlful phtlonophy, Is ono or Iho tlilnn that may lo cvt down a a cer mini). Her Hlmplc. uuostniitntlfiUH rellglotu firvor Ii.ih ahtarty lntliinceil polltlcn In her own ntulo; for men always bow reverently before a religion lliat la not paraded to be, men of men, hut prao. tlned In tho oonfldenca of a perfect faith. Ok lahoma h'aa elected no. frnk for tho mllltnntn to play upon and tfco radical to inaku ridiculous. Nn inili'cil1 uldiihoina linn olectud a splondlil ehiiiiicter, a etnlMiiinn In th best senso of the word, a christian who can qualify nn nn Amer ican gefitlnnifiri' tiik ti.miw Aiti: riM.r.u with I'tmrr.NT. Cnngren'i, n tnury, v lit do well to glvn ra imiialiln our to tho wnrnlnus oKalnnt ton dnistlo a rediiutlon In Iho armed forces: of tho republic. It Is true many are talking pence, whllo sllll others nro talking dlsnnoiifiinnl. Hut tho tltneii are Indei'd full of portent. Wlitln the tnlk g'leH on wnrs nro lining waned, find there exbrts in too ffinny qiinrlnrii projuillrn ngnlmA tho great republic and tho commanding place It linn co Mi 'i to occupy In Iho sun l.-irgnly because of Iln fixed iiollry nf mliiillng Km own Imslnes, The rnld'd Htatcn will never begin a wnr of nKKreml'in, Hut wo cannot iell nt what moment It may ho forced Inln a fight for Its honor If not IIh life. In a half-duxen directions thero Is friction nt thn moment. Troin any ono of tho souicen llieio nmy enmn a blsfcn without warn ing, Kconomy H a, fine thing; tho nation rtands In need of It. Hut a false eaonomy Ik alwnys tremendously expiiuslve. Above everything eluo our government and Its agencies nhnuld hn nnpahlo of following a farslghted policy. Our difficulties of recent years enmo upon us lift. rnliifx wn lived from tiny to day and rofuecd to ndcitunlely nnd rensoiialily antlclpnlo thn tendencies) nf the time. Our military eitnlillshfrient In trifling Indeed when compared to the military establlshmenta of other nations. It would appear pitifully In adequate If thero should burst on us thn peril that lhrcntcnod-I''raiic In tho twinkling of an eye. Disarmament, therefore, Is nut n reform that should begin In this republic not If wn take prudent advlco of practical wisdom, SKNATV. IIHiTi NO. 47. Renaln hill No. 47. by Olanicr of Hold, In n measure wlilolj Hhould receive very cafeful at tention by both legislator and the prrsn. It provides for electing mnmhera at tho Judiciary nnd city officials In a non-partisan tnapner a reform that Is practical and much needed. No argument Is required to prove the dentr ahtllty of freeing tiin courts from partisan In fluenres. Doth lawyers and laymen ngruo that It oh nu Id bo dono. Opinion differs only an to the method, Other Mat en have enacted laws for such purpose which havo given very genernl sat. Infliction In practice, and It should he a com paratively easy matter for the conflicting views In the legislature to roach an accommodation reasonably satlnfactory to all. To Include municipal officers In the proposed reform Is a pronounced atep towards hotter and cleaner government In municipal affairs. Thero Is something In tho vlco-prcnldcnt huslnenH nfter all. Coolldge, tho man whoso namo was on every tongue, whose picture adorned every UUurtratod .page only a few weeks ago, hs slid Into the pool with an little diffi culty ns did thn alatemnan from Indiana. Un questionably there's a cursn on tho Jobl t'osnlbly the disadvantage imposed on Amer icans vessels by tho prohibitory law can ba measurably nffnt by thn repeat of Iho canal lolls law. Drltlsh vessels, wo fanoy, would be willing to tradn their booze for a freo pass through tho canal. Ho far tho movement to have tho kaiser re turn to llerlln Is about a flfty-flfty affair. Fully n many Oormnns nro daring him to return ns urn Inviting him to return. In tho meantime hta tilha continues to naw wood ucrosa tho border, !: President-elect Harding has been Ifwucd a card by Marion Typographical union No. C75. Fine, but wo hopo thora will be no presidential strike for higher wages and nhorter houm If you tnnglo your ton in tho rug and eUln your anatomy on the polished Door, you cannot collect dnniiiKcM from your host In Wisconsin, nccordlng to a. recent decision of tho Wleconcln supreme court. 1; Tho Poles who weio licked to a frafcxlo a few days ngo, ore now matting a hugo army pro pa liitory to seizing upper tUli'sln. AVon't some "forwnrdlooklnR" gentleman kindly pagn tho longuo of nations! With BSO precincts recounted Henry Ford has Knitted NfI57 volet. Ai this ratn Ford will even ttully be oleoted providing the voting pre cincts hold out long oiioiirIii i: 1 " Till! Ntl.KNOn OF SVOWSTOIIMH (Copyright, 'Jil, by iMgur A. (Hint.) I don't know how to say It, but somehow there, pccmtt In ho. A silence to n snowstorm that Jum grips thn nun I of me. The ruin drops have n patter s they iqil.vilh usrilntt the pauct. And the thunder lolls and rattles like a thousand Mllroad trntm. Hut a good old-fuHlilonod tmowHtorm has no tumult III Its HNVCep As It eprrmlB It upotloiw blanket whero tho roues Ho alccp. Thuro'n mi hriuld of Utt coming, no Mock, angry patch of sky, No itroat glint of wind to whistle of tho storm thitl'H ilruuttig nigh, lint the birds glvo up their Hinging, and the tree stand Hlrnlght nnd still, And tho miow IiokIum to flutter round the hUmblCHt wltnliiw niH, Then tho nnlso of huwy traffic eotun somo- how (o dlo a way Whllo llio world tnkes o ,he silence of a rounli) Kibbuth dny. He who rlH-n with the dawning, ere the trade of incii begins. Hoes a world of wondrous beauty, washed numpluti'Ij of tin nIiim, Aurt tho npliindiif of tho tropics nud tho glory of the lialm Never know such robe of silver or such sweet unbroken calm As tho humblest northern lllno or tho rough. ot fiiiico rail know ' Aa they Bland on winter mornings in their unlforniH of hiiow. Oklahoma Outburst ill lllln tntt.n. 1 always noticed, n.in Hill Dlnglcy, that tho devil cannot function without ninlmance. Publicity Jlnltey reiterates his well-known position that coffee urnx too much. It Is understood that tho mayor of Cork pre fers "tinkers" til tount, About the only plnen that In not overcrowded In this country In the room fur lmprrment. It Is iimlerKtnod that n small circle of gentln. iiiiiti wln Iiiil nn evn on llio h'jiIh treasury nro I hii 1 ttttr I ii friittt litfiAtl tircltatl r For reasoiiB best known lo himself, llev, tlrliikley, uhmi he preached it iirinoii upon tho ineuueMt men In Hand HlirlngM, found It fiecuH eary to rnhw ttin. number to sotun. Tho Oklahoma Olty nuto tourists were merely In a cheerful miftid when.uhey renched .Muskogee. Tho Hiiperlatlve ilnreo was nut ut tallied until thdy arrived 111 Tulsa. II. O. Rpnuldlng of Hhnwnee takes a port scotiln view of thn leitlnlatuln and snyn It looks like there was sumnthlng coming. Lot tm pray that there will ho no Interference from tho traf fic cups. Tho girl on Hoiith Main anys the reason she lata her mother waeh tho dlehci Ik lie rn line sho iigrnes with Minn Alice Itotieitsou I hut you can't mix dishwater with polities. Barometer of Public Opinion llalpll Ciiinplirll. Affoutlonfilely iledlcnted lo the memory of my frlmul, Itrflph M, Camphiill, Hack tn tho breast of thy mother; Hack to i In cay In tho dust, Hard to submit in llilf, brother, Hut wo know IHh decree nro nil Just. Cherished nud loved by his neighbor; Trim ns pure. K"'d, wits his heart; Willed that he here, censn his labor, lor a Ijiind that In better, depart. To npafo him, cailifes us sorrow, Though thn memory ho left uw In nwect; Hut we know we ahull Join him tomorrow. When in that bright ivind, we shall meot. F. W. CHUHCH, Miami, Okla., Jan. 13. Tho l'lillman Coninnnr. ' Rdltor World: Hceontly you reproduced In thin column a quotation from some Ne JforK dally, announcing an Intended reduc.llon or wnges by thn Pullman company, excusing It on tho pretext of excessive war nnd tiro-war w. g TUo -Pullman company!' money coinblneil with labor many years ago to make i and p.-r Ho sleoplng cars In this country. Tho tftock ftU-Bl on lh. marknt btdow lir. Money, brain and brawn wrnUKht on. nnd before father crgo Pullman died, tho'alock had cl ni bed the ladder of price ascent to tho dizzy height of 3,70O per par share of $100. In tho meantime, l uproarlng. expanding concern turned cannibal and devoured Its solo competitor In the field or Ita ciulenor tho Wagner company, lhat wiia thlrty earM ago, and from tho outovt the rates havo flowed along through tho varying vicissi tudes of tho Intervening yearn nt $2.00 for a lowor, and J1.50 for an upper, and a heart ana nursn mmmhlnir requirement for a ilntwinu room at linmulablo ah Oud'a law. Jlefore, during or sJncu tho Into world war, what did tho Pullman company do to lighten the opprcs. Hlvo weight upon government or people? Ubl It ho much at touch tho tip of Its golden flngort to lighten tho common burden? If so bo It, when und where? The country was wonder truck that the son-in-law nnd political pot of tho Pullman fortune, Mr. I.owdtn, rah. eocond In tho rtlto republican presidential primary In expenditure or money for campaign purposes. Tho soap people or Cincinnati wont him a half u million or so better. Tho Hcandul yt oxtrava iranL outlav In thn campaign found Ha bnnefl-, clariei badly nut of Joint with tho prevailing po litical psychology, and they had lo bow their headn and hldo their sluimo-flushcd faces hi retirement. Tho Pullman company, during nnd alnco tho war, paid lln porters, on ma i-nncui service through these partn 00 per nnlh Ti thin was a rulso from o. now couia tnetw poorly paid scrwints lit this vampire corporation llvn umldst war prlren for everything to eat, or wear? only by Hie bounty of tho patrons. Klnco thu war. the Pullman company has by thu Kt-aco of oonKresslonnl edict, raised Its rate 50 per cent, which, wo understand, goi- to tho rnllronJs or transportation, companion. Tho l'lillman company ought to put on a grimace of Injurod Innocence Jum now, through propaganda of n coddling press, when It-proposen such a protty ploco of sly tlnvllment iik cutting wagew without any pretext for It In truth or fact. ' FltANK 1. SMITH. Sapulpa, Jan. G, 1931. Mllllnry Funeral. .... Kdltor World: 1 notlcod your nitlclo tn to. dnyV paper In regard to a non-mllltnry burial of Corporal Charles Hurnctt. Wo Join hand und Mhnuldor with Mr. Uoy Mclntiro. In re gard to oniothlng to bo dono by tho legion to t.eo that uvery man being sent humu from over is-a doc get a military burial. I foot moro hurt about Corporal Huuiett than most ex-service men. as 1 was IiClho wnim company with him for t3 numths and know that every vein In his body was filled with Ameilcuti blood, llo proved that by cnllting Jimt after war was de ..inreirAiid usked for men to dufend this coun try of ouih, ho was onb of tho firm to nimwer tho call, and say I nm ready, and he always traveled tho Kiinrt path. Tho weather was novcr loo bad or tlio iiiijiu uio uui u v.i in., ...... n... i tfurU'tw of what 1, what any hot for him to strip to tho front and wiy I nmJrouId ,, If ( necnmpllshed a reauy, I can rerun iiinii iim.i.iiti-n inn proved to be the brarnj nf thtf bruc, and was ahvnyn tho rttme until tho nfternoon of July 10, 19 IS. when ho received wounds trying to locate a Oermnn machine gun nest, which later caUHcd his death. Only having 211 men left In Company K of the Sixteenth Infantry when we reached Aumrlcn out of 1!0& that wn left here with, we who were lucky enough to stand H till and return, have not forgotten our brave cotliruiles thai fell by our sldei fighting for tho redi whllo nnd blue, and think that- If wo are iToliiu to have a legion composed of 1 ox-servtvo H".tt ..... .1 .1..., .11.. .1 1.. IlieU WO SIIIHIIII wie iihmi iihh hi. mi ill llio act the last thing duo them, a mllllnry burial. Tulsa. Jnn. I a. II, II. HTl'HISI.CriDI.D. A member of the A. .15. F. for '-'i iii'tf i's and days. "SNOW" lldltor World: The nnow, tho snow, tho beautiful hiiow, F.nchants you by It, radiant glow; It opottess coat of glowing whlto Tho darkliesa It will bring to light, "fls welcomed by evoiy one. It's the chlldrens grentenl ileilRht; To engage In a snow ball fight, Or inuko n great big, fat snow man .hint ns big n they pooslhly can. A rolling tumbling oft they go, Prum head to foot thorn covered wllh mow. Thero nil togllicr both poor and rich And Its mighty seldom that one gets sick. Old men parsing nil the street, t'tiluvlted hiiow balls often meet, They hi ml around nnd often ray, '(if ii lime In their childhood day When they munvlmlleil the prniohoi' old And overt grew in daring bold To play hookey fiom, school one day And drove old Dobbin to the HlelKh. Hprlng to romo la tho best tlmo In the year And vory soon It will ho heio, , Hut as for mo I'll let you luunv, 1 like tho time when there lots of snow. Tulsa, Jan. 13. Dl'UDND tSTUADMAN. MR. LUGUBRIOUS BLUE AND MR. SMILEY GLADb DISCUSS THE SITUATION Mr. Oladd " Why, what's the maltw, Mr. BlueT Why do you look so deprflttedT" Mr, Hlur " Kfwtunc I am depraMad. Th country's going to the doga. I sea nothing ahead Hut troubh) and distress and hard times," Mr, Oladd "O, don't look on the dark side, Yhera are two aides to ft Our trouble will paaa if you giv em a little time. You must try to be cheerful." ' Mr. nine" Cheerful! Titer ain't no auch word. They're stopped coining It hook araund you and what do you see? Factories closing, unemployment graving, dUtraaa and hungtr stalking through the land, and a hard winter ahead." Mr. Uktdd " That'a your way of looking at It, and If you keep on preaching It you'll help bring on the dt trtxs. Why don't you look at miriio of tho good signs? All the motyey that won flooding the country In the last two years la still In the country, business has had three fat years and can weather period of smaller pro Pita. There's oceans of food in the country, the cost of living Is dropping enormously, low prlcea will bring the long delayed building boom, and peoplo will have to give up their extravagant habits and aettle down to a sensible scale of living. And, furthermore, a bualneaa admlnlftratloo tn Washington will soon end th orgy of Wtuta la government." Mr. rilue "Aw, I don't believe in the promises of politicians They're all alike. Tou'H find the tame old bunch of politicians nannlng tblnga. And, remember, this Is 11311 Add It up! It makes 13, and that'a a bad omenr" Mr. Oladd "Nonsense I Nineteen hundred and three a prosperous year. 3ome of us may feel tha pinch In title wholesale shrinking process, but It's batter to get It In one dose and have It over with. Just remem ber ths -country la eoormoualy rich, our bualnsaa la sound at tha bottom, and we at la a better condition thaa any ether country la the world. Com oa, Mr. Blu. shear Up." 1,1 t .- The Promoter's Wife By JANE PHELPS A Hniprrato HcwoItc. CHAl'TKlt XCVII. Often nt this time I wor.dercil If over a woiniiii had so pcrploxlng a life as did I. If men In other kinds of bunlnen.n wero obliged to resort to such expedients as Nell appeared to 'consider necessary to win succesa. I thing It mud be by neomlng not to drlvo him, and he had treatod me so coldly sluco thn letter episodo 1 hud not much hope of holng ablo lo coax him. X worried tinlll I looked III, nnd aunt wan unxlous about me, al though I assured her I was all right. Noll still preserved hla, atlltucto of coldness, but somehow f did not feel quite so resentful sdnco I had heard him declare tliuf nu ono could my nuugnt of father h quiet, uneventful, canceled exllunce. Of men 1 He- Mr. Powers tp whom nil looked up, and whoso namo was a eynonym for honesty and siiuuro dealing. Tlton of Mr. Frederick, hla blunt honmty, his habit of calling " a spadu u spndo" iim hu so often cxprcsMed It, und of how even Nell admired his rough goodnenn and probity. Then 1 would think of Nell, tho jnnn I loved, Iho father of my boy, und long with all nty heart and miul to havu him like theso .others. I had been very proud of my hadmiiiQ liustund's sticces.H. Very blind to tho manner of Its making, t had been very happy also nt first. Now all of this was changed. I wan no longer so proud of his suc ecHsj no longer i u 1 1 r so blind- And I wns no longer happy. Tho up heaval had been urudual hi a way, but It had come, , ' Now my ii hole inlml wan fixed upon saving my husband from the mortifying blame of the public, lie ,in mi bouMtfully proud of his uuc cct.M, KO iimbllloii'. to beconio ono of tho rich niett of tho city, that It seemed teriibln to mc that ho should anything about Hlancho Orton. J nut cbacMcd with thn idea that. It I hail received hla frlumltj pcrhupa. 1 could havo pre vented much lhat must Ivavo hap pened, even though 1 was unaware Just what it wo. You sco not oven yet did 1 understand about Nell's htitilncKtf, never had ho explained tho sllghteat transaction to mo. Hudiicnly a thought canto to me. I would- show Nell that 1 too could bo a "good' follow" us I o often had heard him describe. Hlnticho Orton. It might not bu too late for me lo 're trieve my mistake In driving hlni to m.iki! her home, not mine, his place nf meeting men who preferred to do hiislncns over a dinner or supper table to the morn conventional way -if nt a ih.hi'h office, Wllh this thouuht In mind I tele phoned .Mr. Fredericks "Can you tell mo when tho nxt dinner Is to Cinno off nt Mrtf. Or ton'H?" I aukcJ. . "Yes on. tomorrow night," a world of wonder lit his voice, "Thank you." And after a llttlo denultory tnlk I hung up. f had been thinking about What he had xnld about .Mr. .Scott, I knew' whero .Mr. Meott's office was. und milking tnytk'lf asnttractlvu as pos. slblo I wont down to tho building In which It wail located. I would waylay him when he went out to luncheon. I hud heard Nell HJy that "ono could set his watch by Hoott's luncheon hour" so If ho wero In town I had no fear thut f should havo to wait long. I scarcely hud tnlioif a position where I could fen tlio elevator when It disgorged lis crowd of busy hungry men when 1 spied hlni coming toward me. 1 walked briskly along, untlt 1 was tyc alii. i hlni, when I said: "How do you llo, Mr. Keott? 1t H i long tlmo sltlvo I havo seen you." I had extended my hand In friendly fashion. "I nut In a hurry, you will havo to uxcttno'ine," hu said, merely touch ing hl hat, anu entirely Ignoring my outstretched hatul. Team of morti fied pride filled my eyes. Ho had seemed lo llk me In the days he used to conn to tho houso. 1 had conceived the Idea that It I were ulco lo him, nsked him to visit us. perhaps. I could iwrsuado him to bo lenient with Nell. 1 had failed, luls cruhty. 1 would do somethiitg. I would not give up. 1 would go to Dlaucho Orion's dinner. I would show Nell Dint 1 loo could help hlni, If It wore help to entertain men llko Scott, I did not confess It, nut oven tu iiusi'lf, but I know- that I had In tended lo go ever slnco I had called Frederick on the telephone and ukko.l when It was to be Hut why had Mr. Scott so Insulted mo? It must be because of Mirt thing Nolll hud done, and Mr. Fred, urlck had said ho was a bad man to lmvo for an enemy. Tomorrow A Distressing luckicnt. perhaps be illt.appolnlctl. That )U notlI, n.(,cI). yl((1 (0 clrciimstancrn , ((, m)t mnKm), Ho would fight fm. w,mt ,((J )01(,V(M, Ua rl(;lltB r. ono ny- The Young Lady Across the Wau Tho young lady ai'ionn tho way ms hor father hasn't been wry well lately nnd Is thinking of going ti, Hattlo Crcok for a thorough poat iilortom examination. aaaaaai i rz " z1 ill rVkYl z l nil ll ll I aaaaaa j-, tj aaaaai Ul . .... .aUTaaaaaaaaaWT Wm r-JfWT-fffTl V 1 Told at Oklahoma City "DumocrntH got tho samo number of houso commltbeo-'clialrniunahtps the republicans always had when the democrats wero In tho majority" i. iu ixm i. r.vernart, uean oi mo house, "It In probably wrung to hog all of tho houso committees by tho majority party, but thosp of us who worked n.s a minority in years gone by Krew accustomed to tho rule. When I flint cumo to tho houso kcv eral years ago, wc thought It good politic)? to fight against thn majority and wo never got nnywhero except to bo run ovor when tho leaden cracked tho whip. "This talk of thu democratic minority running off with the nm- orlty la Just plain nonsense. Thero will ba, ninny non-partisan voles his relations with cast when thn members will dlildn as should he, but on strictly party measure .tnoso minority democrats will find our lltm of defctixo Im pregnnblo and they will not buck thu Una often before ascertaining thero is no usn In trying tu muko U8 votei overcome 54, I havo Often seen (hat tried but novcr success fully." Duhr Won I'huv, Mat Duhr, $3 yearn of age und the oldest nrwrpapcr mutt In tho state. Is again a honalo employe. Me in n republican, not skilled In political maneuvers- nud tho repub lican houso left his uamo off tho em ployo lint. Ills old Hcnato friends Lynch of Htrtipd nnd Dratighon of Davis, cured this "evil, Introducing a resolution to the effect that ho bn made one of thn trnulo cmulovcs and It wan unniilnioiisly'. carried. iJuur has been in Oklahoma so lone that no one now living knows when he first came, lie Is nn In teresting .churnrtcr, versed In early day history and fur thn pnu two sessions of tho legislature has Wn an employ.! of iho senate. .MimyAif tho present grey haired newspaper men of Iho stain were babes In arms when Duhr won an "uld timer'' In tho Journalistic game. Nichols N Warlike. dirnploto annulment of 'peace bo tweuti the senators from the Muskn-Ken-llanknll.McIiitnsli nenntorlnl ills- Abe Martin Tllford Moots thought his horse win burnln' up t'dny, but It itrovcd t' bo it Sccnt cigar. Miss Tawney Ap Glo won't wear a corset fur fear th oys 'IL'cslI her ole 'lronsldc The Horoscope "Tie staff Inoilna tut do t,,,t It'PU ! by McCUr. N, (,1V.??,',!" MOM PAY, JAM AHV It .,. I'uriiiK mo nuay tour rf is., j. unfrlendlv nlnm ruin ,. - ' u, astrology. Mtirs, Mcrcur, r, j i .? are nl adverso hlln til, . m fiff with threnlenlng rays. 1 It Is time to exerclni) j .UtntM fnr..lllt In hll I...-I.... ..!"'" M lit h nHi ..it..,. Ulllrll ttinv tin lnt.rn ,itr rUe ;Vv ' s U'U Itffltltl ( (ft n itL,. I . , .11 ... . . " "ii.n u u ... m i mi ll. I' ill ill .. -u nm coarser instill' ire nlk posed to bo aroused durum t ,m In'ntinir II... ..' " .", " . ..... ....u,..,,i4.(, Ui- niiifiiiii aspirations. U4' The rule In unfortun..'. ,r i..r mony nnd may bo c omtti. i, ' n.. ...Iu...,.l,..l.,...1 . domcstlo illnneiislons. Again there Is a forrs u sunt n .. .i 7.7 J ".'.ii'M. nerevcr Iftt.iiiuiiiiiv I'nunim .'filler.' i r TI. ....l.l '"I I nuui HI l l.l'III.L llilllf'N lir, e r ll. .iik f"-,-iiio iu iii-i..ik.' iii. y eJl I iiikv mi; i.iiiioui i ur.i utt 6ri Tlil la t , ...... ..... ; signing contracts, retching mcnts,or entering Into ptrtnerMil nil"" ai nrnwt llltiuil.i lll'ltll) 1 V Jfi likely to llo of short il r,iiic,0. v. ....... . . v ........IIK 1. Illllp. vernles over aviation and , nsiblu ic- viiifiiiif. in nvit.ioia, Tho sun gives wnrnlnci of h; omens for Interviews ,.h lup. Mors In authority. It Is n.ii for. ttinatn timo to sunk p.tli nnr. . support. Moreury, which Irt thn in.i ,rt posed to control common nenne. 1. 1. foollHh nnd III ndvlsed llilnen mat bo overpowering nt this time Military matters may bo untl. factory, especially lo army offlcr n.iil fl.tino rlfinli itiini'.,hn.l ... eclitlva nnd organization Merit Pel sons whncH hlrthdatc It Is nut have n year of morn or lw.n anxlut. Travel and changu seem to be fit. shadowed but cntltlon should t,c m. Crclard wherever .money In Invoh';. (!hlldrnn horn nt. (lil At. bo Inclined to be enrehnn nnd n. irnvagani. iney nro iiKciy to be too ariiatio to no practical. Bennte8 Notebook Wo had company for suppir f tlddnyi being Mr. nnd Mrs. Hom , nnd. In the nttlrnoon ma inmlc a up j plo plo and n raisin pie, saying. Noi Denny I wunt to warn you not tn ml I for n 2nd pcoco of pie, Im nny golni lo cut one plo and thero will bu Jet: ono sllco apeecc.. Well gosh O, ma, I fed, wnt If on. of tho Ilewses wtlnts snot her pec and you hnlf to cut tho other pit; wat tlton, ma? well in that casn ,you may rtv. another slice, hut ony in that cat srd ma, and I scd. All rite ma, rut the apple, no, cut tno raisin, no, tm applo O well, I dont know, I think Id rather have thn raisin, or tn.ijbv thn apple, I dont know. Wlrti nut thn nnnln. fflvlni ei'crybody a slice and the Hommi nto theirs and Mrs. Hews ned, Tr. fcckly elegant plo, Mrs. Potts. Be ing a big round lady with chins, n1 Mr. Hows sed, Perfectly .ilegafl Being n llttlo elzn man with a W Dl ,n .rtllttffiBl .1,, ..1 I... "' J M .lv' . I, .1.1. ,1 If ll l.J ,-n. of rulsln plo? Mo thinking, f! hcrrar O deer no, I couldcnt think of !:. aeif Mrs. Ilnws. Wo fjowldent think of It. red Mr Hows. Me thinking, Aw gosh lirrk. And I waited a mlnnut to sec If tli would chnngo their mind, which the dldent, nnd I sed, The raisin pie Ii oven tjrttcr than Iho apple pic, Mr Hews, yotl ran tell that by Jert nnr smelling It, do you wunt me to brinr It In and Icevn you smell It? my goodnlsn no. mttclt an Idw sed Mr. I lews, nnd 1 sed, WouW you like to smell It Mr. Hewn Wlc" ho scd llo wnilldent, and 1 red, ' dont mind Retting It If you want moll it. and nut sed, Neirr lulnil Honny. you mttssent annoy Mr. nnl Mrs. Hews wen they say, tbty dent wish cny moro pic, Well I bet they Would If they smllt It once, I scd, rtta saying, ,Vir nilml. nln.1 1 1 1 n I. n . .... ,Aro you throo? sed pop. nd I ml neyer mind, and pop sajiiis, Drop the subjeck. Y'es sir, I Jest tlitiwt rdsjbc tit" would enjoy tho smell of It even I' theyro till full, tho smell alnt fllllr' I sed, i Yes sir, und pop sed Then ley' the table. With I did. irlct wils ntndn 1'iiendny when Sat ator rt, Moitiln Htitherford rcttrtJ tn laiiguhgo not capublo of belel understood without the aid of ' least a glossary. Itiltlterford hearing down On a point llkn a hwi after a rabbit when hn fluttered th word "desideratum" at, the senatef Nlehold had bc,en Shot before and raised both hands In defense before thn blov could reach him. Presentation of a book to rtu'lifr ford on Jurt ordinary talk H to I" ono of tho features for the ni' week. Senate dosks ore crowilfd now and addition of dictionaries .ni4 Interpretations nf Uitln and firpV can not be added until lh Man hattan Construction compay IfU been fully satisfied. "Tlicm's u HoiiMin." .Not a llttlo of tho battle bfttieen democrats over control of lite een- uto was liecvino of former Aerator W. C. JloAllstcr, soerelury ut tut uleetlon board. McAIIMer has been a Trnpp chieftain and a iaiuiW lunc. .M r.iiiKrnieni oi iiir m ...... (Chamber Is always under coti'i'ol of i.McAllster. ivho Is by virtue -' Ills other, orrice secretary or tno Uecauso the republicans inatJ" hard a play to defeat him tltlfl iJ McMlster took occasion to put tn chaplain as close to thn repu' llcin members ns It was possible ti s: him. Ralph C. Hardin of Norman M1 the hardent' ponltlon In the 'uu'f' coming from a city where the uni versity and ono of tho asylums sfj located. Naturally the cleelmtj county, member's time Is inrgi'I speqt In getting the bin apprHirlf Hons for those places, and he ' c iiiiett.d to do llttlo elm during IscNdon. To mako matters orj Mlardlc, a newspaper mail, i.i 'W1'' opponjd to heavy appropt latin i though of cotnse. ho thinks it liberal. Ills constituents are not un mindful of his position as n if' Ulor and his clays are spent nt j atato houso and IDs nights In gW ovor additional appeals for funds for thn university nnd thn nhirnt where an ordinary would bo rntita ho allow tho burden to rest too hf' lly on his mind.