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1 I'LSA DAILY WORLD, 'I Hl'KSDAY, MARCH 3, 1921.
4 r.ihlialir.l Iwrv M i i u It "1 ' '" BY T1IK WOULD ITHLISHINC CO. i niftii in h r : MfMllKft i'l" Al 'I I III IU M ' I III' ' l vii;Miu:nn i mi As I . I IK I'llrHH Th Awliit rr Iu-Iimv rni.." . . (r trpiit.ll. ll ' l t,r. ,l..nh- ' "a.im I nr not ottlrwi r v1 1 d In Una pspr. n4 !" !; nw iuhi lnhod hxr.in. . . VHPCnirTluN HATKS. HAILY AW II IUNIMV. UAIl.T ONl.T. " rer It tn n rn sir maath . Kit im.nihe.. i lire month i.it ihfM mmlli' 'n m miii i in mi.wn i;mr oni.t. "n IIW (in mnnth . . -. . i-. . 1 .- . . . II T rAMIIKII IN oOTnlOrJ TOWH i week monl'i. In 4vsi. I -' vor In nilvnnon ; tin .IS nT CAHRIKH If TrlA BANI UPHINli A"l II KU r"iillK. UAII.T ANI MJMPAY. . I'r . , 'JI I'" mania, In iWnn' i f rr, In dvnr Jhi Mblkal Quotation , .March n. I m ado hante, and delayed not to keep 'lliy .uninndmcnls. - I'm ixlu. 1i Know not what shall In- on lh morrow. ' i men Iv. 1 4. Never delay Tr ii, the doty which the hotlr brings. Whether it lir In grcnt or smaller thing; For Hhn doth know lint he ahull ill, thn mining lny 7 Anon, - . r... ... mn i 'i ' "SB 3BT3X.fi-urstKSBBf 'i nn men cost or (Jamiwicnh. The final report of the Kenyon tlmale oom muteo appointed during the pra-cnti-mitlon tampalgn In Investigate campaign contributions ami nxpendltiiren. In Interesting. Among other 'hinge it rcttorlii Hint In Oklahoma thn repub . .in spent I r.R . (5 r, . ft S to carry the ntHtn far thn ; ' iiulillnnii nmnlnno, clnct u ruiprrjnii, roin t hihI Mini u rninilillrnn in thn rnltnl Htntr nrtmtft, ii limit llh fl vn ifipulilleam In thn hullie nF tri- 1 cRI'lltHtlVilH. At thn niinn time llm ilcinnfrntn wi'tn ppniiitlnfr tr,.17S.I' to prnvnnt Urn rnimlillrniin from ir r'lnu nut (heir fell ilnrlnn. id inn iimplmMii lir put u n n 11 thn point (hut the mimn tufnrrcl to linve to iln only with thn two putty (iiuiipnlimn (i ft p nomlitnllniiM Imil lmn inmle. If thn font of thn rnmpalffn for i epillilk'nn iiiilonnl rain inlttnriiiHii, nml tha ilnmocratla prlmiiry rnm pulicii for nonntorlal nominiitliln IiaiI hoot) ln- 'iiilml, thr fliirn tvinilil hnvn ntrtthml nrrocii ah ('iitlre column. Tlio roininltUo rotmita tlmt wllli thn rxceplloii of 1 nil In ti n, where they worn trylnx to ulnrt Mrniilor, the demorrntn npent morn money In their effort to nnvo (Jkluhmna thnn In any other i.U to In thn ii nil in. The repulilli'iiii national nontitorlul poniinlttna wan nlno very mneli Intur inioil In electlMK a repiihllonn nonntor Tronv, Ol.lalinmn, for th" report nhown that It nent to tho tihl of .IliilKo llarrelil $16,1100, a lnrer mini than wiumlmllnrly expcmlnl anywhero exoeptlnit N ovinia nml Arlxuna. Wlirthrr tho vurloun reportu of thn ICtmyon cnmiiilttro mn of any ondnrliiir henrfl to tlu ronntry romnlnn to ho booh, Tho Conimllloe ilhl nccompllwh what It wan primarily ileMKiioil to accntnpllnh iliifrnt Ornrral' AVuml for tho ro puhllran nomination. It nloo took llin hnwili'li honm Into tho illitoanl nt the mimn time. Whether Uhor of IhoKo ncrompllnhmcnln, In view nf Iholr connequenre, enn o polnteil to with prldn In a matter that tho Inter hlntorlan munt chronicle. In niMlllon to that, the K'cnyon rommltU'o hnn unritiONtlonilhly lmprennoit thn ronntry with tho hlKh coat of rampalRiilnR In n prenhluntliil year. com'iiikxci: in tih: housi;. IndlealtonN nra tlmt tho pnrli'-lmrrel hrlgado It preparltiR for n final rharao on the trnnnury ilurlnK tho clniliiK dnjii of Ihd lewlHlature. Ap- proprlatlonii now pendlnc notwIthntandltiK Ihe Kovamor'n Kentnro of roonomy. total rlimo to JIO.OOO.OOO. Homo ate fnnrful tlmt tho Kientoat trranury raid In tho history of tho eluto will yet ro throiiRh. Tho World fecln nure the pnoplo may wlnly rely nn the republican majority In the lower liouko to frtintrnto tliew plann. When thn IhajIm Inturo met puhllo opinion win n unit tlmt np proprl.ttloiin Khould 1m kept to tho lowmt poa nlhlii point; that only ndmlnlMrntlvo. dnmnndH nf unauentlonod nureMilty ehoulii t hoadod, ami thnt no rnniitructlon work or new departmental eehemea hould Ua taHrn nerlotmly, Tho paxaliiK d'O" havn lint Htionatheiird that oiilulon. nnd ho will indeed lm a recklonK lotfln lutor who fllen In thn face of Midi a noiitlmtint. It In true that ureal appropriation menmiren linva piled up, that npeclal bit la have made their nppearnncn to l' md an trailing Hlnck, lint It I Hlno triiii that tlio onartment of thla legla latlou will kill politically tho lndlvtduala icioi elblo tor audi enactment and wonkim for yr-aru to oome the political rirnuiilatlon to which nueh Indlvlduala liolonR. It it not uncommon to hear men my, "Thta li'KlMwtiiro In ilolnx flno; there In ncarcaly any leglMlfttlon coining through." That ! the feeling of tho people- Kimorally that the ISIghth logte laturo onn niako a n-cord for Itaalf by simply provontlnK much legislation of any kind. Tha World bellnven that there are men In the lower iiouio who can be depended on to Miami by the people at all costs. If thoy do not, none will i omlemn moro unsparingly than The World. TIIU WAV TO MI.SAIt.M. For many wear' months the oountry has hem cgaicd. with argument!! pointing the necessity tor world disarmament. Alw.iyn there bus been nollto qualifying clause or phrase. Wo were told for irullo ft long period that the only way to renah disarmament wnw to outer th league; and H tho noxt breath that if wo entered the league we must needs vastly incrtmro tho army und navy In order that wa be lit a poattion to dlncharne our ohllgatlonu under the league. And no H lm none. All of tlio vnrloua nations have talked glibly of illnfirmamint at mm future time, fcUbJcct to condltlnnn im1 !' 1 1 Ii .i ! Iv Mt.i'cd It ri mauled for S mini Ii . I i.i U)i ii "cm to hi a u'i In -i i I y n ii a I Mi I ' fit' (1 j III i I i I , ' ' h- V . 'l II'"' '(III I ll-li It I., ) III H'i III Ml I, I ' I ll.tlllll'l' '1 Inn it nnluilnri chIIIiik fur n ' unfei r nrn detween l:nc;tnnt. .Aipan and thn t'nltnd fHftten, for thtj purpaM nf beginning dlrarmnmeiit now. Thm renolutlon, tin r ml nn It ppefii. cwrio prniiiun near dlaruptlnii thn etint. An! II nent Irrmnra Into pln'-en nd fioollii fr, ff romovtM fmm the ftiate thnmher. Tho wnnlnr tu leg1 not to prnno III rol.lon to votn.' Ho did rtnlt for a, tlmn. Hut TuniUy It wnl to a voln nd It etrrlod unAnlmojurty &l wn tnin nuppnrtlng It. Allouetlier we think the renolMtlnn ntl Itn Ap proval by lh nennl" llm "ry bet thln Ihnt hnn hnppened for 'lnn tlnm. It ! folly to talk about hrlnaina all nntlnnn Into a rtlnarmament reament. Itxpaunn If llrltaln, Japan and Ihe fnltad Hlaien roach an aarenmetit to dlmrm and llvn up lo nueh an aretnnnt. no olhor nation will bo under the nllghtent enmpulnlon lo main-' lain naval ennnlrurtlon. The llmo may eventilillv rome when Ourmany would requlro fnrnn wnt hlnn In thnt direction; or Hunala may oventiially ilwvelnp Into an Im portant factor. Hut for Inn pienent. and for Aotno lima to rnmo, the pi are of the world mala with thn Ihroo nation mentioned. No war nf nonaenuenen la poaathlo vflthout the partlelpatlnn of aoma one of the three; and th pari K-l pot Inn of any ona In very llhely to inaura tha paith Ipa Hon nf all three. At any rate, it wilt h Inierwrtm to watrh llrltnln and Japan ennnlder tht aaoatn propor tion) If lhay acren to participate III witch A enn fnronca In Komi fallh. It will ha doubly Intereat Inir ohnerve thalr worda and arta In itirh a ronfarenre. in American itarlanca, Manalor llnmh han trimply rallad n bluff. lt ua how It will coma out. I'lmMATIMtl". IHrTIOItV. The esteemed New Vorh Times, In Ita mnga alne sectlun for Mundny, Kobrtiary JT, publlnhen lie history of the Wllum administration. It is an Inlnrentlng preaentmrnt from the standpoint of a fftend and admirer mora deeply concerned In adorning a memory than in historical vcre Hen. The "hUftory" concludes with the statement, that, "notwithstanding ihe president's over whelming rebuke in November an his adminis tration public opinion, dua to tho keen disap pointment felt over the acta of his siicceagor, had already undergone it remarkable chnngn and wax ahowlng nlgns of appreciating htm at his truo worth." Thn Tlmen has already been able to dleoern trends In American public opinion Hint worn not In evldenen to otlmr obeervere. For Instance, it continues to Ihla day lo profess tho conviction that tho American people waul a league, of na tions and favored llorhort lloovor for preftdBnt. It Ii not, therefore, surprising to find It limlnl Ing thnt already thai la regret at the ouiploto overthrow of Wllaonlem. Them may Vn some keen disappointments I'cinenriilNK .Mr. Harding. There may be moro of them. He may fall nhort of mentltiK thn ex pectations of tho country. W:mlpert there will bo ininclhliig of the kind. Hut it In utterly Imponolble for tho tlmo to over rami) when any I'onnldnrahln number of people will In the ellKht-i-iit reHret thn imtlimat rteclMnn which brought to an cud forever thn AVlltm era a ml tha Wll hiiii Ideas of domorracy. IIAItltlg MAICliS ItlCI'I.V. The scnnie luvostlgatlng oommlltoe at Okla homa Clly may tk nil tha time iliwlred to dlgont tha reply of State Chairman llnrrlw to Itn aiibpoeuii. Mr. Harris tella the committee he knnwa noth ing concerning any lobby fund; has imwr col lected u cent for any such purpose, Inviti-n thn full momberahlp of both bodies to appear before tho Investigating committee and my whether or not any member had ever been approached by Harris In tho Interest of any oil legislation or any other legislation of ft special character. .Mr. Harris goes further, evidently having on hlH fighting clothei, when ho took Ills pen in hand. 11c tells the committee tu got after some of tha nets of crookedness and mlngovnrninant Hint memberti nra familiar with. In conolu.lon he telle) thn committee that he will be dotlKhtud to appear lietoro It when he ret urns to Okla homa. Hut ife a good guesx, thnt thn commit tee doea not want Jim Harris to appear befuro It not in hut preaont inood. Ueut. Col. Theodore Rooaevelt, who has ac. lean oon gross and Ills superiors tay awake nil tary of the navy, la out in a alatement favoring a hlK and thoroughly prepm-ed navy. i he's worthy of his aire he'll have that rt, too, un copied the appointment lo bo assistant secro the time Hrri lining. (Copyright, lSt. by Kdg.tr A. Ouest 1 When things go wrong, an liny sometimes will. And I be road you're trudging seema alt up hill. When i ho funds are low and the debts are high And nm want to emtio, but ou have to sigh, When i hi'1 Is prunning yuu down a btt, Hem if you must- bui don'i you null. I.Ko is iuocr with itn i1mi and turns; An everv one of us snmcl lines learns, And ninny a failure turns alniiit When ho might have w.ni had ho stuck it out; tion't give up, though Hi" pace seenm slow Vntl 'in. O eliccceU llli .inothcr blow. Often the Koat la i. enter Ihan It m'i'iun to a faint nn 1 Littering man, Often the nil uugli i bus given up When lie might Inn1 captured the victor's up. And he learned t" .ale, when tlio night slipped down, How close he wun to the foWen erovm. Hucceiu In failure truned tnalde out The silver tun of the clouds of doubt, Agil you never can tell how dime you are, U may be near when It nvems afar; So stick to the fight when you're hardest Oklahoma OulburiitH j 1)711 I.OIIIIIN Hii"nklna of v-hlH'. for ronvlf ntarf, whl lliu matter wnli uren 1 1 1 : " ftontlorgnrn noem lo ( iil'eily In' king 10 fore lNl. If they ki". on "iill!l polnont-il boofO liny art: gultiji In run om "f unlomern. our Doalllon nlmply in. ntiitnti Ihe Dalian Newa ith oihpliaaMi, that the aiown moman who boba her luilr ought u nn anatched buld-hnaded. One ronwn why the movement to hold a con vention to frama a new tomnitutlon falkd la tha fear that It might be made woraa. War In raging In Central America. Ueath dealing Inatrumenta of hell are vomiting bullet, hnvniirjn ami hnll. Two I'unta Itican hava to ! ii killed. The senator from Klamlah iuyn he In tigurlng on renirfMng hamiian tha legislature has reluend to .oijulrlni tha gooa bone n reliable an ihe ground hog In pirdlvtlng weather In Oklahoma. We It now now. aaya Hill IMngley, that aiHo. crailri'governmeiit orlglnnlad In Ihn homn gar den when the man thought ha Knrw whero a l-lt of shrubbery ought lo be planted. MuaVofee glvea herself a pal on the ahoiildi-i and naya that Whlln nhe may not lie na big .in aornn of the other town, nhe Wanda aacond n thi- list of cltlsena temnurm llv renlillnor in n. state penitentiary. Naturally thn Hun feen Indignant over a rn ! Mini llinin nre II plxr oil l'cntis iMin.a . avenui) in Hartshorn whme bfioif, ran he bought Ther Are only l places nn that nvciiue and t Me 1 Hon offue in nnn of them. The Hnn iouhh hi piihlln Inveatlgntlon. and In propiired to nlmw nml (luvn that noineliody hnn been sci lng double' nn nl team (in,. r ,p, , Uaromc.tcr of 'Public Opinion Xnotlicr View of Ireland. Hdllur World. I M'o will allow etlllilMn nf vour , paper. I want to voici- Jum one. on an- im nei'iM to want the lush lo rebel from their -il b'Ki'nce to CnKland ami m-t up niinlher and Hi p male unveiriini'iil. They am In I elu lllnii m, I guilty of the worst nf ci lines which is trca-. n and an we uhn fought to put down the mi tin ' crime In 'ill i ,,. rniittnunlly remlndcil hj the ctlHon, what nbould be the doom or .ill 1 1. ill urn and everv member nnnwei. "the pi u i ally of treason In death, " and thin th m ! miimler aniioiiiiren, "Huch hw Ihe doom of ,i',i traltorn nml may Coil knep Jinl true In fra-i leriiuy, inyauy anil iliarlly.' o I hopo vmii rrfuiia from encouruglng treneon nnywheie Htlllwator, Feb. 1J, x. j RAHTON. 'I Im Itenl Quititliiii, I'Ulltnr World: How mifch longer are llm lund loi tin of Tulsa going to hl-Jnek their tenahts. Thej get tho larger poillon of our pay roll, the grocer the rest, Hlld na fur clothe, c look like Iln cents. The Idea of an dght or nine-room I e rnntlng for 2Ti and up. Just an old pnimlesn. vermin Infeini'd ramnhiiekle at that, which In a fair example of many old-timn 1'cnldnncen that rent, ami all ou ran say for them ,i tltt-v iln not leak In dry weather, oh. I would be aeliained to 'laHw tho money " Il n extortlnn or nlaln lit. .talking thn man that can't protect himself finm II. arid It goi n Hi prove tlmt all propcity nvvtiern cnie mil n "hei-k" for the (ioldcn Utile, they no to church and chatter "l.oid give un thin day our dally bread," and do not earn a rap whether their less fortunate brother who Uvea In their ili'i'nyluir prcmlnnM have even male brind to eat. I hciieVH in, llvi ami let live. It tdiould bn un lawful for a property owner to thus "hold up tho renter." c oh, let llm' modern woman "dab" it on, It'n In hrftjfyatoiii lot her work It off. lint believe me iliey men'l making any good linprcnidoim on either "nuilo or female of the npeclea" who view thn pArnilo and "modern girl." There are far too many xlrln Dint the nnlarlod man ninlil not keep n paint nnd perfume, raying nothing nlniiit illlilK, iiiil; cllupn Tula.!,' i'eb. 1 1. and HUNT. I 'LAIN JAN'U. Sialo Warehou,'CM. Hdllor M'lirld: .Mr. I.orton's Imiulrv In ye terilny'(i cilltnrlnl I'oluiiiii an to what good $ 2nd , -OUii n'nulil do 1 1 1 1 1 o 1 up between Hid dlffrrem count loo of the state In Muring tho fnrmcrn' proiliirtv, the apiioi'tlonment would bo around J.'n.iiilii. This latter iimount would bo Jiml enough to onimtruct one HtnrcliiilUi'. wiicro there are twj) anil three elexalorH or storehouncn in a lovti. So you tan nee that Mr. Umlon's iirlimlly wan not out of order whero the public inline was, or lit to bo tapped for thin anmc money by a elate nppropri.itlnu frorn public fundn. taxed from diffcri nt linen of biinincnH. The tibnve remtniln me of when a fellow got I nt In the woods and run on ui a logging rom). it glvea the fellow hope for a Tew minutes, Inr he finds out later that II runs to nowhere, null to H iu Kttne buttercup ami other wild flowers l hat he had juxt left. My experience liaa been lh.it a farmer that ban senae enough to produce a eurplUH (other lhan far hit own tme) from the noil has Minimi enough to find a place to store It by his own Individual efforts In tho county tu which he liven. liven tho rabbit i, who producn their s.iting in palm up to six at a Utter, find a nh e soft iiaat for tho whole bunch lie fine tho stork arrives. And man, tho king of all be.iata, hikes to Oklahoma City to tlio legislature for snxlxt ance io build a ntoiehouno for the newborn. Thin iMllinU to me like f.ilrten on the lawn. If I thought 1 wan talking to the real farmer an set forth above. 1 would fci cnndemui'd. but fortunately I feel safe iu thinking that Hi iiulhurH of such meamiren are not farmers or sec ond edition of tho Nnaalone carpeiiter, but Instead ones who. If they took hold of the h.m dies of a plow, wmild try tu plow through the first blgou utii nip they cume to anil tneieny get thrown pluinu over tho iiAimiua ot uio piow It a lmrd for a person, a people or net ,,f p p'.e to get tho full meamtre of tlteir toil, as mil in e did nul iniini us i mil way. A fnrmrr thnt ioca tint no on n faim f"r i homo ami a pt.no tn live like Abruh.im l.lnc 'i wliii 1iln flork of aoatH. but Inclcad wantv i maliu the dollar In the hands of tho other fellow the medium nf exchange, Instead of his own products, must necessarily pay Homo loll, v nt c xii tuple, when 1 watt a boy on Hie farm In New York utntr. In the fall wo filled our cellar w.U, bins of lipplea of different colors, hooked-ii" kc.l squaHli, rutabagas, potatneu by the bin full am' the ruat near-by In the field, like a rabbit's nent. barrels of i idor not yet hard but we bail hopes that Ood would finish what wo started, and lie never failed us yell, nmukcd meal galore, and thn old MWlmmln' hole all froe over, with cut i.iIIh ho tall ueur the banks where we could cut the flgilre eight with nur skates, swell luck cut eis with an"tr crust lo mn them mi And the last thing mi earth wo thought of was going to Albany, the capltol. to get a bill pnsped for a warehouse to ntoie our cellar plunder. I'ennlo of Jumts J. Hill's i aliber arc born not inSde. and they are few a"d far bet ween and jut, i) poceanaiy as the air we breathe. Had lllll been allvu In the time of the rharoaliH Jn Knypt. he would no 'doubt have tun a atre.ik of ruat Into Ca.inau and averted the famine. An I. W. W. will tell you that Hill was a Fungus growth. Nbw oomrn the solution of the problem. If the. farmer wants to bo bl and little at the Hilton :'Hme. build n terminal warehouse and elevator at Onlvoaton, Toxiih, nt ,tldewnter to ntoro your gram nnu coitop, so irapip Hteamers Will have necoim io same aim you. in inai wuk. can Hike advantage of the markets of Korope and cut out tho middle man. Liverpool rules nut- grain .unl lottoit m.iikc.V irimp li iniei i.h one thai I " hi'". I ' ii n . ,ii .. " u i u ri; - i r . v s BEFORE tCopyrlfht; The Woman Wlio Loved - n .n.M: imi i. i rs A MODI. US" STOI OF HOMi; .IMI CIIAI'THH - Aiiolher Dicnlinr .Sn'iit inonc noti on's .Mm r lei I I'licuil.i. I told Mary Ityan about our vln il. .im, and what liobeii had wild nt.. nil enicrt. lining them." " Mure, you don I Know anything about looking. I knew you would get up ngalnnl It before "you'd been hitched up very long. Men nro queer iiiiIiiiiiIn. They like a woman lo bo ail wcli. nird us gaily, telling Hob ert how dreadfully they had missed him. I knew from what they H.tld that h-had been .1 prcttv loiiHtant visitor. v"o wonder he felt ho muni entertain thorn now that ho too wan marrietl. It is one thing for a bach ui hi ing it work n in iin over her Irenn during the day. and when lie eomen homo n little frilly ono that ttinken her Inok like a ilnmcMtlc Milt of a bird. 'Thnt little frilly apron will tlo more things to a man in a minute, thou all that marcelled im 1 r mid stylish flothcn can do In a yonr. II liinl Ioviim it, ami Hint innlU'H mm think ho loves tho girl who wears It. Iluiiont llerry, It I wanted to vamp a man I should go iu for high domintle art. I'd learu how to make ever thing he liked to eat; nnd find out how he llkeit the limine kept. mil tf he liked his sllppera warmed. etcelra. etcetia. Thou I'd Invent all tiiv i-avlngM in cuto little frilly aprnlin and caps. 1 II hot I could make aimiiHt any man inrgei i couldn't talk grammar, and that 1 was Just plain .Mary Ityan." "Alary liyaii, nut noi plain, i retiirueii. laughing nt Mary's ttunlnt wnv of expiennliiK herself. Yet way deep down 111 my bean 1 wan bp. ginning to think she was right Ihit it mini wan not an ennlly satin- lour I led mill a makeshift for a home, 'J'alf starved, l.l ... .1........ ,.V... . . I is ii woman wan. .vnu as niwnys Not tf when the subject came up l recalled mother's Idea, her belief that homo wsn the only place for a woman unions it was positively ncceawiry fiw her to work. It wan neeiwHary for me. So I assured mynelf, and so I really thought. That Hubert could sup port me lu a wnv. i Knew; nut wny slave In a kitihen doing things which I was sure l miouici naio, when I could spend my time In a. blight ehop Milling bats whlrh I knew ail about, and enjoyed Helling?' When Saturday night cinno we think I went un to lletlv Weeds. The Mur- thlngH ton.1 pbv Win alieadv there, mid they "J know 1 - . lf.t jf w,, The Young Lady Across the Way Tho ill 11, kj in vm v m iki -mi n j Scone, pjrt of ihe forest, Pioneer. O hoy look peetcliy Imll.tu gorl! Princess Slt-ln-The-Mud. i look nt tho I iTincess I Ell. Pioneer. Princess it must. Come on to my lent nd 111 tntorduose you. Plontcr. Thank you. The young lady across the way says human Ingenuity m.iv always tv trusted tu find sumo satinfai tory sill HUtiite for an artu le when the Ul'tny KIM" mn .mil nhe gui mes tlio ...iil . n 'I I .i l "l I tin 1 1 . num. I. iw ..;(,''" . ITS TOO LATE llrJl Br Tb i1cmo Tribune. 1 and Earned HtSIMlSS Abe Martin elor to accept hospitality without al- i ways returning It. quite another thing when he In married. j "I'll think up some way to do pur share," I said to myself as. after we i had playod card for a couple of , hours, Hetty with .lanon help got supper, I foil so holtilcas, fco useless no llku a piece of bric-a-bl(ic which wiih of no iioshIIiIo one to uti5itic, I that I ileirrmlned to teach myself sumo of thenc things them: two girlt( knew. The gunner wan dchcloun; I creamed chicken, delicately browned toast, u fruit taliul, and tlrlp coffee. "This coffeo In something like," Ilobert wild as he nnked for a eec ond cup. "tho coffeo In our boarding hoiiHo la rank muff. 1 can't sco why anyone can't make good coffee." Ho had fhild nothing to mo about tho coffeo lu fad had not onoo com plained about the food. I I wiim i cully embarrassed because Th' hnrdest thing abcut sudden adversity is glttln' accustomed I' pcrcnlv shirts. Another good thing about prohibition i.n ther hain't illus a gang staudln' around when vou buy your liquor. of his remark, and tried to chango tho subject. Hut he wan enjoying himself, liln food as I never had seen him. and In spite of my repeat ed altempln ho would talk of noth ing else. waja thawt you was crazy and now un mUHt bo. No. Thais my ansor tn one sllllble. Scalp that palo face. Wares my acnlpcra? I'gh. Pioneer. Aw, scalp yoursolf. (Huns like the (loose.) Prlncoos Slt-ln-Tho-Mud. Hay! I'gh. (Huns after him und they llvo happy over after.) Tho ond. friends will think you nro Hubert," 1 said finally. 1 1. ... ... 1... they look lit mo," ho laughed, "inn every thing tauten in good, su homey. 1 can't help talking of H." I think, however, that ho iv I fell rh.igt ined, hecauso ho said no ninrc. That Is, until wo wcto on our way home, "Did you enjoy yourself, awect heart'.'" he asked liulilliig my arm cloHOly as wo walked from tho Weed a to tho street car. "Indeed I did! I think your friends are lovely. I will plan nomo thlng nice fur them. Hubert. JuA because I inn sell huts, you needn't - j j,-op threshing ttmchlncH an ri Hoth caterpillar tread and wheel inatlo governor han been dis.gi traction are provided with a new that provcnin Htravv w i tipping in roncreto mixer for street paving con- Hie cylinder or en'teiing the f trnrtn, tho two types of motive power I until what already Is there has I being readily Interchangeable. I taken care of . the ij Under ciiitipt learn tu do other you could! Why. I'll la, n iu tin hutihckeeplng apartment you d cook ni well ns .either of them In n month." ' "Oh. how men do love their stom lachsl" I replied, but nil tho rest of ,1110 way homo, and long ntter Hub "Value ert wan asleep, i was wummring now I could prove to him that n woman could bo a good business woman .mil also a gunii wife. That wan Just what I was deter mined to be. Tomorrow -Mary Hynn tNIs dcrry That Hubert Is Discontented. In Pianos Benny's Notebook Pioneer and Princess Sit-ln-Tho .Mud. A Play. nt ihe ar noy hatiaomo pioneer! My nann um-iing unu me iivrurv. i kii. Pioneer. How can you bo so hewtlflll and keep on living? Did you over heer of love nt ferst site? nii-iu-iiio-iuu. i e.i. Well this must be it. Slt-ln-The-Mud. I gess fathers ,L'6h. Ack 2. Scene, Cheef Hlg Foots tent. Chef Illg Feet. Wats the hlffideer bringing thi palo fnco lu my tent? Ugh? 1'rlnconn Slt-In-'JMie-Mtnl. W both fell In love with ench other at ferst site, and we wunt to get mar i led aliil wo wunt your permission if neti'ssi ry . i'gh Clui f Illg Fen V a' My 1 w c i lu u a 1 1 uv.e 1 i i I'asy Payments Call or Write I'oloplajor.-i, About Town and in Hotel Lobbies 'Farmers In Delaware cu'i' aowihg i larger Acreage 'f ard tim.' hy than rir bcfi.r. muih a I f.U in is biinir pl.i. other rniintlcn. ' said C 11. M i lull, field npreneiitatlv m inorlK.iKi loan department K,x hatiKO Trtict company. Wn in TU..-.1 clcrday from Inn h"u WnR inrr, In traveling thi'iUK i c-iunlleM nf .Mnyen. Hi'lawarc V oner nnd Tulsa ount, I find th ftrni'-in am progrenmn.. wr 1 with their woik and i have thr farm work In hcttei than In marv yeari. The lib i aid nn tor weather hnn Kivi-i an opportunity to get ah i he i fa' m work. The crop rs lh "ilRh these lOUIltli , i rlli nt a ml at thin time pr.. la ire jie'.d in wheat for 1 ' large acreage of oatn In beliig iic gioiind ami many or tin n.e iniw grren. Corn acn n exceed that of lant year ami acrragn will be decreased. 'I ' cral tondltlon of the fain cecd that of former'.'yeiim .u tho pm-is for farm proj i i iow the farmer rcnlUea I mu't do more work and .more eluff in ordir that b . able to make both ends tm i MilCeclun left lant night t liornc. The linroBcojie 1 Th ntari InHlriP but da net cpmpil ICpU 1121 b McClur Newtpapir P;nt i TliurNlny, .Marili il, IHil. Stars friendly to mortals r ile dav. according to astrology I ru , domlnnten in beneflc nspecti During this away the mind nln ' ha greatly stimulated so that " nailer views on llfo gain domiin.n I Tho outlook for the I'nlicd M 'should become brighter eai h w . i for there In a sign indl' iiiuig . Htiindardtsallon and a b.ilaiuing 'trade nnd commerce, i I'nlty of nutlonal amis ami nr billons should become appai- i i ! many ways no that the m i.rd. Hon of busllH'fis Intcn its hlir i'.t piogress satisfactorily . i Kdlicntlon is well directed il i 'thin sway of the stars, the . i. 1 toward specialisation l ing ii.e Womou as well as men should ! ; nt. Honors to n iinlyersitv h'.i'l e foreshadowed and college piii nors wilt take a larger nhnrc of splnslblllty in governme-1 w. than the yhave in tho panr While thin government of i ' ntarH In most ntimulatlng to 'II 1 brain work. It may mako for t..ir . nusnesn. nnd warning In given tin" there will bo an increaso in mental : maladies. I Again nrcldenta to our bnttleshli i i or at least condition most unfor tunate for oUr navy socm lo In , forrcast. Thn spring In to bring a repef i Hon of carthquukcH In places hitli ert i) free from them. Floods wt'l be serious in certain parts of ih'J country n tho spring. Astrologern cn.l nttcndtlon to 'Ua fart that they forewarned the p il Hc that many crimen would bo mn . mlttrd against women nnd by then , Tho aspect from which thin pm.di , ecy wan rend indicate that ev. i more surprising outrages will ore . nny notiibb' marriages aro fori shadowed for thin month, ami i among them will bo several in win theru In u decided disparity in ag. Porsonn whoso blrthdato it in I'avn tho augury of .an ncttvo year " business. They may travel, hut the should take out accident policies. children horn on this day may h" inclined to ho visionary and fond of f.ilvonture. These subjects) Pisces naturally succeed on " ' water and prosper In commerce A submarine for gather: sponges from the bottom "f ocean has been built and suic-' fully tented In Franco. The world's sugar crop rt,n i for 1 1120-2 1 It more than I 70 toim greater than tlio prodiu . i for 1919-20. Hougheiied rubber p.ilchen o i palniH and flngern of a fabric g ! for motorists prevent the IihiuIh ping and have the fatigue of grip1' I a steering wheel tightly. Music Is Essential Low prices do not necessarily mean good aluc any more than IhrIi prices moans IukIi quality. Wo have seen many low price pianos that were not Kood values because they were poorly con structed and were worthless musically. Likewise we have seen pianos priced high which were simply ordinary instruments much over priced they were not good value, either. For -li) years the Jenkins Music Co. has Kivcn the greatest values. Their One Price No Com mission Plan of selling pianos and their care fully selected line of instruments assures every buyer of uniost value. That is why the Jen kins Music Company is the largest in the southwest. II south Main Ohnno .K33.3I.1t A. .1. Crlpc, Mgr. Ilimhvnnd l.lcctiiu I'lanoij anil Ortiichtras lor .Moving Plcturo Sltown, ctf. rwflENms 1 i.i- "iiiiiii i J , i , m i $mk jfmsssss