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TULSA DAILY WORLD, 'I Ml'RSDAY, APRIL M, 1021
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Hit mnnlha I i HI. mnntha .
Thraa month . II Thru innnlln
no mourn . ik i in- meaia
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month. In atlm.
r rear, in aarama . .
VHftlMt IN TI'lJtA. IIAMl FMIelU "
HKII l iillK llAli.fr A Nil IIN1IA
i'ar faenlh In a'lvami.
Par yaar In t..i t
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PMnNB io Pull A I.I. DMPAHTMKNTi
iri i ii.
All IHinaTM nr . urn . whether Paul, or
Apollo, nr I pirns, hi Mix world, oi llf r, in
tenth, nr things present, m things In come; all
arc yours, soil ye arc Chin', mil Clirlnt. I
Unrt'e.t Cm. Mi .SI. 22. 21
A timing nothing, nml )rl possessing nil
I h i n fti . 2 Cor 1 1. 10.
Dirt friend, old eanea, will lovllwr be,
A more nf heaven In each we
Homi softening gleam nf lovfi and prayer
Hhall dawn tin every rriia anil car.
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tin: I'liicsiiii'.vrs MKSSAsr
t'roihleiit Harding's II rat message to the eon
grea flla the altuatlnn nli ply. Aa an uctideiule
pinnntifiroment It leave little to ha ilHalrnil. If
Din iichlavemciita nf Dm itdmlnlatiiiltiiti chart iia
perfectly with the; mago nw the mnsHign
hnrls wllh campaign pledgee, mere criticism
will flint Itaeir In serious idrflciiltlna.
Wo think the nubile ntiwi iiiiliiuil the utter
lack of oiiptirtiinlain nml aheer vxptillnnry whlfh
ImiurtnlieM H,,, itnrtlmont oh meiitar r(iinmrl
eon la Inevltnlily mmln with nlnillur piipera
wlilch hiive Kune Immeillatol)' Imforo It. I'or
llio ptTBliloiil, nppiueiilly, hmi not iK'i'mltteil
hlniHnir lo he hiimpercil In libi iIcoIhIiiih hy lin
ilne nonnlitfli'iitlmi for the illfflcultlc whlrli nmy
he ennaiilent upon tlioxn iloclnlonii. Hi'omliiKly
lio hua mnile n rnreful effort lo ilolnnnlnn wliely
Ihe iinllcli'H ho l.i to pureiio thnt ho la ti nrRe
Iho nation to nupport, (hen n urceil uilh lilm
eelf to netcpl (ho connefiurncra of hi ilvclftlniia'
wlmlover Ihey nwiy he,
Thla ettinila forth clrnrly In hit references to
rconomy. Ilnvlni; Htiitctl IiIm premhie mm casen
tll to Hie prosporlty nml hnpplnetirt of tlm pen.
plo he hesitates not lit nil toMipply It to con
oiele enure nnil iiruo llw uulvnrwil iicuvptnnco
unit prnctlce. Thtm, llm inllromlH iniml rciluco
their nperntliiR cxponiicn no thnt thoy will full
within their iKolllm.ite Ini'oine. for the counlry
"III no loiiKur tolerate the ImpoHltlon of taxen
lo innlntiilii an opernllnj; rout (hat rc'coRnl.eH
na fixnl i elation lo openitliiK Imiuine.
Thla In n doctrine ns old ,m elvlllsatlou nml
ni Kounil an preelne truth iilwaya Ik. Hut It i;on.
ellttitra a wldo ilepnrtiirp from hoth the doc
trine nml practices of the Imniedlalo pnat, when
It wna hchl to he uixiloni to force tho pulillc to
mnko up iterirlta for various prlvnto InturexlH,
Ihe chief of which wna the railroads of the tui
tion. The firm ilnmnmt for economy In nil govern
nioiit aollvltlcH, a lovlalon of the ayatciu of taxa
tion, protection of American InlcrontH ami the
etenr nml rliiRliiK notlco Riven not only the
Amorlcan public hut Ihe world thnt 'wo nre
thrrniRh with consideration of the Wm'ikuo cove
nnnt, munt lnevltnhly restore confidence, trim,
nuiilllo illsoordanclc.i and, while not nnrntiiK unl
varan 1 npprovnl, coinmand unlveranl nccept
uncei since the end of nn unpleiiMint chnplr l
Tho brief reference to forelRii affulrn la auffl
elcnt for tho ocanslnn, since the way la clniUy
pointed, Amcrlou nppl.iuila and H'uropa i m i .t
accopt tho Inevitable. What ioiuiiIiin to ha done
In that direction may very well ho left to the
i'!nto department until 4uch time us It Ih rmuly
to como heforo tho sennto with Its concrete
In ninkltiK domestic affairs Iho chief subjeot
of his message, tho prosldent evinced proper r
apect for his cnmpalRii iIciIros. Am It Is do
inentlo nffnlrs thnt should command Ihe un
divided attention of the eonsreHN until various
Iiendlnc mutter nro finally disposal ol. In
upenklnp nt oonslderahlo lenxtli on the unwis
dom of tutravnRiim'o In alt department! of sov-ei-nment,
from the federal structure clear down
to the municipality, a distinct aervlco has been
lenilorcd. The welKht of a picaldentlal ii tier
am a la heniendoua. Mini the rotation to Ills In
dletmenl of waste must, we think, ho clearly
beneficial to ctate and municipal BovernmcnlH
no leak than lo the federal Htructiire 1tlf.
The rcferonre to road Improvement wta
timely ami rtiould he inken very aerloualy lo
lioart. An oiKy of wanton waate and profllsaey
In (jolnit on all over the nation under Ihe In
aplratlon of popular demand for good roHda.
ConimunltleM are betnn plunged Into debt be
yond all reasonable ned. The pri-mdaBfa rec
ommendation that federal aid be withheld n
every Instance until construction etandarda have
been accopled ami maintenance fundi! and
plnns provided. Is wilm itaelf. (Iradually It
Is dawnlnB on nn ever Inci-canlng number of
peoplo that cood roads nro nttnlnnble without
Incurring tho oxpeme of hnnl-mirfncln;- them,
altalnablo inoro quickly aa well n more oheHp
lyj and In tho end proving more praetlonl ami
As n whole, tho first llardlntt meaaase In re
nwurlnR nml floasltiR. Kventuully, 'u tniiHt
be measured asnlnut the artual net a and at hleve
mentH of thn ndmlnlslrntion. t,P1 , lhftt
it will t imrt aa pcrfc. tv . tie. c (l'i ,t dura now
HR-alns camralBii plcilse.i
run i it m .it ii( i in
i' nn u (,-.. r,,iii, nn' Til' W " i - ri -
ii in Mi'l"irt ,f II, I, ill wliii h 1 1 1 4 d iuI'Ii
tioiial JmlKa for thla dialrlr.t and inread lha
iiiolnmrnla of mid poaltlona. ml It In In notxl
tui'li that It now nrotmrta moat vlgnrouale
aaninat ih psiidlnu rllcfioalllon to fill the ad
ditional judicial offleea with paittsan political
sppolnieea. W are very atronily of the opin
ion that the rtlfflctiltlea In whli h the atate ju
diciary In floundering have been and are at
tributable to the fact thnt Ihe Judiciary has been
entirely ton much In polltloa. In other worda,
the mate needs belter jinlgee, men old enouifh to
know th-j law and ptnetdure, poMMMns tha
i nuracc to expedite Htimtlnn. much more than
It needs additional Judaea. Thn one eertalM wny
In aecure better Jude i la lo take aui h poaltlona
out nf the part lean politics and place them aa far
an may he practicable wltfi the bar aMocMkina
pf the atate.
The relief Intended for thla judicial dtalrlet
i haa not reached It, due to the fact, ao It la alalntl,
thnt,the men the governor had der-tdml to appoint
are unacceptable to a vaat majority o( tha attor
neya. It la further ronorled that the flection of
thn two Judges to he appointed JiaS been left to
the decision of two local attorneys -politicians,
of conr, to whom the Kovernor la under nb
HuallntiM. ISaeh man haa been apportioned one
of theeo Kipilntiiinie.
The heal and thn Moral that can be aaid of
this rendition, If nport la accurate, la that It la
In line with pollllcfil practices. Hut the two
men .hinted with thla recponalblllly have a
wonderful opportunity to render a aervlco lo
their (ommiinlly arid take a Ioiir atep towards
tnklni the Jndlclnry out of politic. The men
they hnve selected aio not of Hint typo an nceei.
aary to (ho olnvntloii of the bench and the ex
pedition of court biiHines. one nf thnm Is
notoriously unfitted by knowleilne, experience
There has been much Inlk of recent years
cimcrrnliiK the nil visibility of takliiK the Ju
diciary out of politics. Liuvyeii linvn urRPd that
the bar niMoclnllons be relleil on to recommend
candidates for Judicial positions on both party
llckels, and thero ban been and la much wis
dom In the sURRostlon. Hut brfoie the bar aski
for ii ccnsortdilp of elective oamUdiites It should
demonstrate lln wllllnRtieKs to avail Itself of tho
opporlunllleH, If not dbii'harRe its plain ohllnn
tlous, with reference to nppolntlve Judicial posi
tions. The lawyer must he (ho beet JikIrc of the fit
nesa of ,i Judicial cnmlldnte. Wo believe ihe
vnst majority of lawyers wnnt iiothlm; so much
us a JiiiIro nhsoltilely nhovo IntrlRiie ami parti
san luflutiH rs; a hamlmntdeii of Justice In Iho
best sense of tho word. Therefore the Tulsa
bar should meet nnd rccommoml to the rov
ernnr a list of names acceptable for appoint
ment to tho poslllnns available. It need not
confine Itself to merely two men, Krom the list
of those asplriiiR It could. If It no elected, recom
mend two or more for each position. And the
material within the democratic parly U no
ampin that It need not ro outside that parly for
Its selections, thus payiiiR a permlssahle respect
to the political nmoiiltlcs Involved.
The two Tulsn Rcntlcmen who have been ac
corded the privilege of nnmliiR the JuiIrcs could
escape sonin cmbarsasinienls for themselves,
render sonin service to their profession ami
community, and establish n splendid precedent
by delegating to the bar association tho au
thority entrusted them. Under such circum
stances the bar iissoolatlon could acarcely excapn
the responsibility placed upon It.'
Tulsa Is entitled to court- In keeping with Us
standing nml Importance. It cannot have, such
courts, nor can Judicial conditions be Impro'ved,
If partisan practices nro In be exercised In flll
tuic the additional JudRcshlps created.
that iti:()iti)-mti:KiNc .ma.iohitv.
In his t.ilk at the penitentiary Wednesday
flovernor ltobertMon boasted iff the majority
Riven him by the people of Oklahoma.
Thnt was three years ago, governor. It wns
a beauty at that time, too, Not only a bounty,
but an amazlliR, Inexplicable, freakish tiling.
Attributed to tho war hysteria which wns re
sponsible for so many freakish things.
Hut thrue yimra time Is sufficient for a great
change to take place In public wntlmeut. Why
not talk about como of the majorities that have
been piled up since, golcrnor. What happened
to your senatorial rnndldnte? What happened
10 your rond-bond proposal? Whnt happened
to practically every otic of your friends or fel
low coUHplratora In the election last November
that Is exor.v one of them that iho people got
a direct whack nf? Ami what happened to your
Oklahoma City machine Just a few day ago?
In dlsciisflng ttmJorlticM and evidences of can
fldcliee, why not mention these thlnga?
Mnybo wo are mistaken possibly you are
right in your effort to make It appear that sou
hold the confidence of a tnet majority of tho
people of the Mate. Hut (here's n way to prove
11 beyond cavil. Just teslgn and go to the peo
ple for n renewal of your mandate, if you nre
squarely returned a winner The World will sup
port you ae'lf you were lln very own.
(Copyright, 1981. by Udgnr A. finest.)
Can't help thinking ilny by day
Hkles are drear with you away,
Need your presence nml your smile
Near me to make life worth while,
Hosce bloom ami skies nro blue
Hut my little world needs you.
Inline H but an empty ihing
If nou arc not here to alng,
Hold and nil men struggle for
When the day of loll la o'er,
You can eharo In their delight.
Have no .harm unle nt night
l'ralso is lMt a etranger'u voice
Have It makes your heart rejoh e.
Victory would seem drspnir
If in it you i nuld not hparr .
Ml I am and all I do
Needs Hie Rrniy smilr of vnu
11 OIIH Mill I ON.
WHEN THE PRESIDENT READS HIS MESSAGE TO CONGRESS
Tomorrow will h'lppin ihe gr'nt annua'
In ThIms l-t us iiihv ihi umpires will !
The tlrl on Hon Hi Main I'm ih ban ma.li
Up her mind thai if mIic w i has an ax " gnl
that she will not run for governor in Oklahoma
ft I pfetly generally understood that the go
ernoe aifvleerf the erlllora. Instead of the '"I' ' '"i
advising the governor on what muhi to
don under thn i ireumotances.
A lll-Y boy la represented aa telling 'he f
low al the Monday meet In thoy miiat hIop m
in anil mining me giria. -oraciou.
Ha auih things aa thla bean going on?
As a vlndlf-atlon, (lovernor Robertson f
mind the diugglnt In atate convention of uk
large majority by which he wn aleited liu'.
lorih, hero, Horernor, that vote whh Rlvrn iimn
than two yean ago.
(Jovernor HnberUion call tneinbefi nf the kg
lata I or u 'bunch of hyena and wolveo. ' Th v
ran out of asbeirtoa paper before the memin-i m I
of tho legislature gpt through tailing tru k--
ernor names. '
I note, nay Hill IHngley, thai all l
ualng Ih riublle, park bathing pools in Musk.,
gee thla summer hava been warned to we.u
"nhock -proof bathing aillt. Juirt. what l Mm
kogeeT Ideit of a shock-proof tsithlng nun '
The nulslsmllng fcattira of Ihe confci.n .
Wnrv Harden had with Hilly Sunday, a tlm;
Hl together, she with her feet tucked up on tin
lotinac waa bow nro i liltlon l iimaing '
old t.'nlted ila(ea better. It I aid ihi'
waa ntnewht embarraaacd.
No doubt (lovernor Kobort-Mli will ngm
the Frederick li-ader that the situation
lo evolve some echeme for abolishing tin
lature altogether. Following legtlatuit'N hhkIu
you know, adopt the precedent etablih' ! L
thla one and refuse to accept Ihe demand" m i'h
by ihe admlnlatriitlon.
Thla colyum haa been asked by Ho i"
olfhiiiH in alcmlancn upon tha fcdiial ml
slate lo (he ladles of (he illy that the pari..
utll'll Mil ft'lll! iiptitlu ii i it no lonart r onniii'
with the court. We. also, mention Ihtt mi u
own account to prove a theory we have niw.i"
contended for that men, In tho pohtb.il nf nr.
of our lountiv, change with the time
liarmnclcr nf Public Opinion
In Dcfcu-c of I'cnro.c.
lidltor World Your editorial In Hiindu i i
sue. headed ' 1'einosc the ImposMlbb .mi
ilemiilng tho senator for his uttcraiiicH ancin
the civil tlglita hill now pcmlltig In the I'nui
sylvanla leghflatlirn should be adjllilgi'd off' n
slve by all fair minded men. Your labored pro
diietlou Is a sordid attempt to bewnluli and
blacken the reputation of this great man. And
lor what reason? Hecaiise he reaches down
his strong arm to help up a weaker brother, not
to Rle him smlal equality, ms you would have
your readeis bcllcVc, but to give lo him, In sim
ple Justice, those rights which should be ac
corded lo all. A iiiipcrlor like the senator will
do thlc lie will iisalal the weak and the op
pressed, speak gently to the lowly and Ihe cri -I
mi and manly to the strong. Itul jou sir
would nctcr do anything of this kind, and this
Is evlduuce conclusive that you are nut In the
vVhy do you single out the eminent Pennsyl
vania statesman at whom to hurl jour en
cnoincd darts'' Why so street your opposi
tion lo tlm pending bill which ho ho ubly, timely
tiul Justly endorse'.' Why do you pi edict snub
diie. awful consequences to result from the en
actment of thin law? Laws of the name kind
are now on the statute-books of several states,
notably New York and Indiana, ami. what Is
more, nro being enforced by (be courts. 1 have
not heard of them blighting tho liven of the
lllzeuslilp of these states; nor has the nur
li.ige llccnw.' offices noted any Increase of loter
marilagcH between the laces. Them may have
been some mlsiogeuatlon, but If so white men
were rewpoiiHlblo for U.
Your fear that by permitting a colored min to
buy a sandwich or hlie u room In a public house
to keep himself from starving or fieezing Is
likely to raise In him hopea of marrying a white
woman Is, I presume, Iho proximate result of
your association with the follow era of Varda
maii and the Arkansaw l)aln. They pleached
Iho 'gospel of hale against the negro to the
great army of lliclr unkempt, unwashed, un
learned "hill billies," as a mean of earning a
livelihood, and it brought to their pocketH the
dollars and cents. I suspect that the real in
spliutlnn of your column editorial lu ilcnuucia
llon of the great wenator ol Pennsylvania for his
christian charily In asldng the legislature of his
Hale to do all act of olmple and cxuit Justice
to an unfortunate ginup of its rlt Incus, waa to
Incieasc the iccclpts of your hustnetM office. It
was not the fear thai the senator would debase
the race, Put the desire to stimulate the Inflow
at the box-offlio that moved you to try to blast
with your vitriolic pen the Pennsylvania sen
ator, and to hiipilli.ite the people he Is altruis
tically endeavoring lo help; or It may be the
gubernatorial bee Is huxzlng In your bonnet.
In any event the puny pen of thn editorial
w i Iter of the World, dipped In gall though it be,
Is utterly puwcrteiM to add to or detract from the
reputation of .Senator Pentose. A alalwart o
was grazing beside the roadway, when a houa
fly alighted upon It. The o could have c.isll.
put It to flight, could have killed It with a gen
tle swish of its tail, but so utterly insignificant
was the little pest, that the big beast mil)
pitied It, ami kept up his hUHlqess of eating
Neither tan the World hy Itself or with the aid
of all Its tribe, collected, concentrated and rolled
into one. prevent the ultimate triumph of right
and Ju-'Ucf, the living Vni daman or the dead
I 'avis to the contrary notwithstanding.
Cowela, April II. ( . Jo.-qil A.
Answering "Undo Hill."
IMItor World- The ommiiiilcatlon In your
'llafoiueter" column of even dale. ThU com
munication shows such gross Ignorance on tho
purl nf "Uncle lllir of Ihe Drainage l.wva of
Oklahoma na to be unworthy of notice.
Thla kind of a communication should be
thrown In the waste basket by (he editor of this
column, for the reason that audi aqulbs iiiIh
lend the general public, i reate suspicion r,f the
public olflcl.ils, and Ih put promutlxu of good
government in any manner that It can bo con
sidered. Let Tncle mil'' read section 5059 to J023
Revised Law a of Oklahoma 10 10, and perhaps
he will then &ee what n fool letter he haa writ
ten, nnd make proper apology for Inflicting on
ihe public such an Idiotic commiinlcntiun.
Tho editor of tills column ought to also make
aomo sort of nmeml.f to the publlq for under
taking io tlngo their minds with more bolshe
l'leiiso Just inform the public and "L'nUe Hill '
that the properly bonoflted pnya nil tho cunts of
n drainage district, nnd the county la precluded
from paying any of It.
Tuhw, April S. T. C. Ill tim.'S
What Should llo Mo?
Clovcrnor KoberUon aska Iho people, Whai
idinll 1 do?"
Well, tho people elected him governor t() do
tho be he could and he certainly knows m..r.
about the legislative tangle than the lavnian
therefore It wema the part of wisdom to the
News-Capitnl. tm- tin- governor to u-e i.s ii
best lodgment ir it jH a fnM that the s'aic is
pnr.nv '.i-i nv i..,i:ni' ilrimilucn
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III 'L ) A I 1 1 AVI? SOME MDtr -
It . . ', I 1 . 1
About Town and
in Hotel Lobbies
The elei Irlfb almn of
jl on I mines In tin - u
f Okmulgie i nunti al. .
i south of OkinulgKC ih a"
' Munition of a good lii.in .
John P Conk, prestdcri .
mutgee Daily Times pni
p.my said yesterda vvli, .
on a drlef business Inp
. r f Okmulgee coiinlv 1
xvi'li i unl and tin mil ,
i s ennd only lo the ml
Lit iit- the diop .
i igtf ntiv affected othc i r . i .
I.n I that thev nre li. n .
lut now under inuni.ii
; is attributed In the mam
"lit status of the prli i i,'
1 flkmillgce. Mr. Com, , .
. e i ond as an oil tow o
business ns 11 whol" Is i .n
quiet Just now. u (oiidii.
inn Icy is confidently
Nov. i mner al Umhi
"Tha atara Incllna hut do not fmn.i-
v . 'I h"ij;
n I ir
The Woman Who Loved -and Earned
Hy .iani; ;'hi:i,is
A .MODIiHN b'JOltV OK HUM 12 ANI Itt'SlNKSS
liootl News Spoiled.
Itobeii was. up early the next
niortilng, lie wns always imuinculiito
but bis shoes had a glossier shine,
his tie was lied n bit more carefully,
bis clothes and hat brushed until a
spei k of dust oi put would have
been ashamed to lodge upon them.
I could sen (hat he was terribly
anxious, lie ate si nicely any lucak-
fast, and wan Impatient to be gone,
althn It was too early to see anyone,
"(iood luck. Hubert!" I said as he
kissed inn goodbye. "Hut If you aren't
successful today, don't como homo
feeling discouraged. There nro other
"I'll find something today." Ills
lips tightened iih he spoke. "Or I'll
know tho lea sou why."
"If you do not, It will be because
the position Is already filled, not bp-
cuiim' of anything yqu can help.
"Well, goodbye. I won't get any
thing stnmliiig here talking."
All day I had Robert on my mind.
Had I known where to get him, T
would have telephoned him. but I
hudn'i tho slightest Idea whero he
"Don't look so worried. I Jerry."
Mary Itvnn said in the middle of the
afternoon. "Hubert Ii probably sell
ing fishing poles or golf sticks by
"I hope so, Mary. Not becauso I
care so much about the money, an
because he Is so miserable without a
"Of course he Is! Most any man
I hurried home as soon aa the
shop closed. Itolnit had not come
In. It augured well, 1 thought. I
changed my drcas and sat down to
wait. At 7 o'clock Hoberl came ln.
I knew (be moment I looked at him
that he had been successful.
"Iliiuah. ticrry! I landed It!"
"Where- -Which one?" I was al
most as excited as he.
"('Hiding's, of course. They pay
me only jiio lo sirnt. but promise
mole aflei a while."
"Have you got to work lato? I
The Young Lady
Across the Way
have been waiting for you since .
Wo will have to hurry or dinner will
"No. I don't have to work after
T. :IU, but I thought It only decent to
slop and tell .Marlon I hud secured
the position, as It was through her
I got It."
Ho while I waited he nail gone to
another woman to rejoice over his
success. It hurt me dreadfully. Sup
pose Mnrlnn had told him of the
place, had helped him to secure It.
I was his wife he should havo told
"Well, are you roining?" my rev
erle was broken, ami I followed him
to the dining room, without mjIiir
anything about his telling Morion.
All through dinner Itobert chatted
gaily. I tried to respond, hut nil the
time I was thinking: "lie went to
Marlon llovey first!"
After dinner ho proposed we run
over to Carson Murphy's for n while
"Corson will be pleased to know
I mil with Cabling. lie said the
other day he wished I had a chntico
thero. Then Jane will be glad to see
you When aunt was here you didn't
get to see them often."
1 Kindly ncqulescd in his plan. I
should have been happy because of
his success, but I was not. The
thought of Marion, his confidence In
her Judgment., then giving her the
chance to rejoice ln his and her
success troubled und mado ine un
happy. Carson was delighted. Hut I had
to sit and listen to both his ami
Hubert's praises of Marlon after they
had been told that it wns due to her
Influence that Itobert had rc urrd
"Marlon always had n soft spot for
you." Jane said to Itobert. "Look
out. Clerry, she'll steal him some day.
I don't believe, Hob, she hna ever
even looked at another fellow not
Itobert flushed crlniaon. then said
"I nm Hure she never thought
seriously of anyone. He will bo a
lucky fellow when she does.
Always praise of Marlon Iloiey!
It was becoming unbearable
i urn mmvoj i
Thursday, iu j , ln.,t
Thla Is one of the iv
or unve suit e man fi .
rule ai i oi ding to astro!
t rjnitf. Jupiter, Neptq.,.
ari all in benefit- n--pr.
During this plant. t ii
should be a decided ini
all Moris of work ut
Inn ds or with biain-
If i" a most ntipi. .,
r 'he etaia for wnuu u wn . i , . .
'o be impersonal Vut v,n i f
pciiiharlv thwarting tn h , ' , ,,
linns under Ibis rule
There is an encoiiia-,. f,r
theater and those who an, r tr
.ui-cpss. Actors ami nctn -. t , , i
benefit greatly fiom an i , ,
the drama and nil that p. i
The rise of h new jnndu uhi
will win extraordinary fain. , r .
nosllcated by the neer vvim 'i.Ta
long foretold that th re vv I I.,
many ihaiiRes lu thiatuc-r .. a-llons.
This should be a luckv
day. making for prospeuM
While the stars seem to r,
growth of tho romantic inn
life nnd the nttainmcni m
marriages, there will lie an in
of divorce that will re.it . t
of national concern, .t-im
This Is a favorable due e r of
the slats fur business in.ii
many sortn. It is espemin. y. .
1 ing for small enterprisei
Again new Interest In Iminf 1. , -
log is presaged by Ihe vt.im 'ido
tide of thought that Ins t a tr J
nianv women Into publi. hf
lecede, leaving them with w.r l 1
New discoveries of oi! a. t n
subvtlttites for It, also, arc m l I
by Ihe planets.
The flevnled position nf I'i,c i r
opposition to Jupiter denotes fp
picsldrnt of the Culled Stale.
mi t of a ministerial crisis o p
Inn One change In the c ibn ' ii
I'nreat among the people vv 'I i
manifested more nod more a ds
summer udvniices. Warning Is givm
by the seem that much dang, nm
propaganda will ne circulated
Persons whose bh'thdale It Is i a
ihe auriury of a happy year In w .. b
money nnd business will nn isc
Travel und chnngo that will bring
great success nro foretold The
I loung will court and marry
i Children born on this dav wit be
talented, In nil probability . -r
getlc and clover In business Tlirv
iiibjocts of Aries nre uiualtj .
Tell Hinklcy's nici e bought her
spring hat at Tulip whero she could I
lark long enough f try It on. What's
bocomc o' th' ole time lover thAt
used t' lay a few nickel cigars on .
th" mantel before ho sat down on i
Ih' .nfy? i
making cercldi erround eatli other
nnd Jumping hack without cnythliig I
io jump imi'K rrom, mo yelling. Tho i
file Is now still In the same place.
Willi Jest then Puds yelled. Aw
shut up up (here, bow do vim Ixpcrt
peeplo to file? nnd l.erov veiled
Hure. now youve went and spoiled
the author -is alt
Mving Vp lo Itcputatlou
"Heavens, no' You see
the principal .tile features ' Ts'
lum's bookn is that people h he
lives the life he wrltcn tibou' S' to
has to choose carefully for hi" rub
The popular shell frame with
Im-m quality lcn.es, arc ground
xni:nsov, vr noswi M-'s
... m i, ttt -.- .r-. "
Puds Slmklns and I.eroy .Slu.i .tcr
slatted to have a file bin It io ihe
alley this aftirnoiui and um fellnvv.t
.all gut erround and Marled (,. in
''oiir.ige them to putilch each other
with severel t lines they starlcd to
and dldent. Puds Slmkins saving.
Av. I alnt. going to flto with all this
i rovvd erround me.
Neither nm I, this Is a private flto.
come on In my back yard, sod I.eroy
Shooatcr. Wlch they quick did unl
locked the gate, and I sed. I icll you
vvat HI do. fellows, III run Io my
house ami look out our setting: room
window into licrnys yard and report
tho file, and you till stay out hcrr
Wbh I ran In to do, nnd Puds ami
l.ertiy was standing on l.erojw grasi
with their fists up looking at each
other like 1 statues, and I 'yelled
down In the fellows, Tho flto Is now
reddy to start.
'Herray, the fellovva all yelled
Wlch Jest then Puds and I.eroy
started to vvawk erround each other
slow with their fists still up, nnd I
yelled. Tho flto Is now almost reddy
Wlch Puds nnd I.eroy started to
wawk erround each other, fnst. mo
oiling. The file la now ncerly about
to commence. 'And tho follows all
started to yell outside of I.eroya back
fonts. Hay In there, nllttle action, u
little speed, aonk him I'uds, soak
him i.eroy, that a hoy.
Wlch Jest then Puds almost hit
.mil i.i-i. i.t iiui- uccr nn nun
i bark, mo yelling. Tho file is timr nt 111
Th' joiin lady a ro s th way ware H wns,
rasa kbc sc s urn Wood Is going little nen In there ha iro in n
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