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TCLSA DAILY WORLD, TURSDAY, JULY 20, 1021
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BY TIIH WOULD I'LTHUSIMNC. CO.
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Daily Iliblicul Quotation
They that trust In the Lord shall b an Mntint
Vion, whl h i-nnn'it be removed, lint ahnlath lor
over. Ah I hi. iimiiiitaiiiB Km round about .Ifrnmi.
l(tm, a the I. r round aliniu 1 1 In peoplo
Sivm henceforth rmi fur eir--I'ti. cjtxv. I, X,
lluw mi a rink they stun, I,
Who Watrh IlUt eye, nm Iiol.l Him guiding hntidl
Hot half so fixed ninlil her vassal hllbi,
ItlMw the holy plls that Kcilroii'a Vulley fills.
tiii: itr,uAin or i.vmiffriiv.
Bit year nun W. W. Mitchell entered llm em
ploy of the Ford Motor company nt Oklahoma
Oily. Jin wbm n common laborer. A lilt later
lio bnoomn Janitor nf tlio Iminrli plant tlif.rn.
The limn liml no pull or luriumitlal Irlondu nt
i.oiirt. I In won dimply mm of tliou.'iiiula of comti
Jn a ureal lnilutrlu innohlnn. Vot lio w
proinoteil to Im tlm innmmer of tlm Fonl plant
nt Atlanta, OiMirulii, n fow ilnyn iiko.
That In to nay, l yearn nflor ciitrrlni? tlw
mnploy of tlm Kuril orunnlaatlnii iim an im
knomi rollMlnlintit lio linil utlalnail tlm top.
TJiorn l.i a Krunl Inmon In thin ntory for rvory
man ivlin In In tli employ of nnotlipr. Ilow
illil .Mltclioll, Hi" unknown roiiHtiibnut i;nln t lio
frlimilly ntlPiiltOfi of IiIh foroninti? It wan not
liy BriiinlilltiB anil illit'ontont, yon ran hot your
llfn on that. It mm not throiih JoIiiIiib a
;;rf)iip for Kronp nrtlon. Wllliout knowtiiK, It li
nafo to wiy that lio ncroiiipllHlii'il hl Hiirromi
tliroimh application, loyally ami ImltKitry.
Tha worM novnr offurml no many opportunl
tlcn to tlm KOtltlllin Imllvliliiallnt im now. Thny
atn nivittcrml ovorywhero. Hut thny aro not nt
talnaliln throiiRh roup notion. Tlm man who Ih
not iifralil to work who iIoph In fact work lnu,r
liourn anil who In attached to llm IntcrnotH of
his employer can illncovur them ami reap tho
.nisTHii: roit i,i:ci()N',Miti.s.
At last tho li'Klonalren arn to recnlvn JiiNtlre.
WtratiKoly niiouuli It cornea tlirou;h Kaiman City
anil n pulpiteer.
Tho Hoy. John W, Inner, of Kannan oily, ha.i
ran:nl to lio promulcatoil throuuh K-iriim chan
nnls bin offer to mnrry wlthoiil rout any leclon
alro ultcnilliic llm thlril annual convention of
tlio leitlon In' Knim. City ilurluc tho early tnyn
ot Novomlier ne.it.
Tho chaplaln'H offer mado through tho ex
rcutlvn commlttno ot the, convention orKnnlJi
tlon, ami ha linen mipplotnimteil hy tlm offer
of tho oxucutlvn commltteo to nloo furnlnh tho
llcenno free. Thioi It fallrt out that a leKhmalro
with matilinoulal Intntitlouii need furnlHh iioth
Inc hut tlm Kit), all other oxpcimo bolnu hornn
hy Riataful countrymen.
Wo havo no doubt that thorn aro thoso will
Inn to oven rollovc tho leKlonalro of tho oneroua
labor or rcnpoiiMllilllty of nupplyliiR tho Kill.
ii 'I H'wmIhj', inji i-vi,., uj il,,' Int, im , r in r,rn
jiliioi ntiiry to Imwh i l,t that puna.
In niiy nvent, Inw
M' h iii ltlier ronirrt .
l"ilitlr vniora. Iln k
Tillknrt by ftovcrnmm
'bin I hat, be nayit II ,i
In K"vrnnii'!iil ro-ii
t-HM ot hlfl oWn In
' la I prncnrtnnea or
' ' i nuli'itry I being
l In my a nxi. Morn
' . Ihnm in a aavlnir
n much vryhody
conuarneii will look ,.n t ti .onipl-ta downfall
of government without tu mtieh roncurn.
Hawea may be a merit pleiurenquo eharnetar
with 111 t In WMiiiva ability behind him. Thsn
ntnln ho may be a dynamic force prorldanttfllly
ilMiKned to rurrilwh tin. nation that Inadarahlp
It Mntii in nuih lliWaot fined of,
Undoubiidly the pr.nt administration will
recolvo (he credit for nnv aehlnvemant h mic
ecd In nt nrfannt Hut If ha ahould
thwarted In bin pinna by red tap- or politic
thn prenent ndminlKtrntlon wilt Ituffer. Vnr Borne
luepllcal.ln renm thin JJawea poraon wwma to
hnvo Rained l ho c.,nridenen of tha country to nn
amnln njlent I'.malbly It . berauae ho cuanea
rlKht out in tho open. I'annla irnnnrally love a
man who weara hla heart and hla character on
.tltKTirH 'ID Till! SH.V.
I'nstmiidtcr (Inneral Ifaya la determined that
Jiiatlen he done the act. Ukewlaa that ho ha
flvon de.uiit, i redlt ror bavlnit binned the
way. Therefore, tbe prrnw dlapatche chronicle
tho fact th.ii Alia. Mary Mi Arty baa been mada
amlataut eiiperlntenderit of forulmi inulla In the
poatofricn department t WnablnKton.
If Mary la an abla employe we aea no ne
coaalty for advertleln( the fact of her advance,
ment; If elm wan not, and the promotion wim
Blven purely hecaune of her ej, tn Impropriety
Iirm been committed.
II'H iloiibtlem th erent wn conaldereil
worthy of r aperlal dlapnlch for ciimpal;n pur
poaea, elan thn wlrea would not have been bur
ileiied, We like a leptibllc, f for no other
renaon than becauno Ita vmployoti figure their
umployors can be fooled.
what v.s tiii: aiotivi:?
In a iiroaecutlon It la held nooeaaHry to otnb
Mali the motive. Whnt, then, la to be tho pru
ne. lure of the proaeniitor of tho man who atoln
tho Mrlp of a preacher which contalnod uothliiK
but prepared mirmntia?
The caee orlglimlen In California. Tho com
plainant Ih the Itev. U I,. Oroiw, I'rcnbytorl.m
mlnleter, who loot hla hair while en routn to
a meeting of the preahylnry. The hag con
Uilnuil eeverul enrmona prepared for delivery to
tho nNMimhled brethren, and nothing el.no.
Wo lieellntii wlmlher to nympathljio with the
brother or the culprit. If llm thief knew what
Im was BtcolliiK, Im ehoiibl ho npprohnnded. If
ho did not, then Iln Mionl.l bn dnalt with lent,
nntly, for hln illeappolntnient wa.i punishment
ouoiiKh In Itnelf.
In tho meantime thn Incident xhnutd ecrvo an
a wnrnliiK. Lot pieachern In tho future Iniuirii
their ilreuchiiii'iitn uml nund them by cxprctm.
Thn road In linnet by tho ungodly. I.lko nn not
thosn BnrmoiiH aro bulng ueod to ilcpienu tho
AWAiiijitJ tiii: iik; oimininc.
With oil at a NtnmlKttll after monthti of tin
deviating Mhrlnkace, with tho pnrrlmi.rn of
crudu actlvo In tlm field In milicUIng oil ruiiH
after many wrokn of uncnitiiliity an to whether
or not thn price woiiIiIito lower and iuiih bo
proniled, It Is olowly dawning on all coiicenied
that tho bottom Iiiim boon reached and that It
l.i only a mutter of weeks until tho big opening.
It l a grand and itlorlous fooling Indeed!
Tho worvt hmi boon experienced, Hint i tho
glad tldlnns being pasr.od from mouth to car.
Tho bottom linn been reached. Tlm next chango
will bo for tho butter. .Someday noon, pnaalhly
hofore tho frost In on the pumpkin, tho pouted
prlco of oil will bo nomcthlng llkn flvo cents
nhovn tho pritHtnt limitation. Then tho Jig will
be up. I'u.'Klmlim r.hould mako tho mint of Ha
opportunity. I'or with u Blnglo advance In tho
prlco of oil. oven thouh the advance he for
only a nVkM, everybody to going to get oft tho
rwwnntbin and with their war-paint ot pros
perlty and op!lii,Um on.
Nobody v, ri much what happens in duly
njid Aui?uit mo way. Hut with tho end of the
vacation reannn tn geptcmlier It's going to take
mighty little to mart folka dreaming prosperity.
And when they begin dreaming, work la going
to okato mighty cloio to faith. With u alight np
proolatlon ot oil and nil aenurttlca J tho autumn
fulks In genem.1 will speedily forget Uiat which
in behind and begin atrulnlng their cam and
eye.! to lienr and ace that which the future haa
iioo.Mixr. t.k ron tim: iMiiisun:.t'v.
It was bound to come, thin n,iv.,'B-foi-preni-
dont talk. Wu mid It tha moment that cuitilng
genera! waa nppolntail to head the budget Bya
tm. "Wo mid if D.nvon, buccoedu In putting
tho Eovcrnmnnt on an economical bails and
ndds to the efficiency of the conatltutlon, no he
will Jo if glvon the support ot thu executive,
)io will either inaku Harding bin own sticceaaor
or will ho that hlmwulf; that If ho la not glvon
exocutivo mipport and gout his piiu,s before tha
country In ft convincing way, he will bo Hard
Inst' MlooeaHOr In Bplte of li.-li and Mnrla."
And nlrc-a.lv a boom t"r tu- e,s.p ; kmi.i.iI
Jia.i born In.vii.urated. !t - i , , ,,,
fane, two fi-"-d, up-t , t i i ,!i , ,
Jlllnole 1 ft Mort f cu.. f t i
and Toddy ItoosovclU u can't Innre how
ivojrbotly could couplo Uiy tuuuru or Jtooosvclt
IIUIIMIINC tiii; NIIWS TO AUnitKIA.
Lord Northellff, after hH break with I.loyd
flcorge, comes to Amerlr.v and tella wo pro
vlnelalH that Knglaml In nnmily dlMirmliig.
Is that bo? Queer that wo had not noticed
It; that nothing had come over tho cables to
advise us of tlio moiiieutoiis fact.
"Many war veanels of England are rusting
to pieces In the docks, ami tlm army of llrltaln
han dwindled to a menHley 300,000" nays North
ellff, Ui mo! Wo would never get llm nows
of what Is triumphing In tho world weio It not
for an occasional accidental lslt of soum Ihig
llsh friend whono dlalutniesledliesB Is provorblall
If wo are to tnJ;o this liigllnhmau'H words at
par, England Isn't able at the moment t() re
pul tho attack of a Central American republic.
In view of Moithellff'a Interview we are tempted
to crtoiialy iiuoatlon tho validity of tho re
ported break between Northi II f f and Cleorge.
Munptl-loiis? No! Just sophlatlciited.
There are Indications that the new' Manor
enforcement official are taking their Jobt erl
oiisly. The heat wtiy to prove or dlsprovo the
value of the Volnloud act la In enforce It rigor
ously. It lt,U good, public opinion will sustain
It; It not, public opinion will force the repeal.
After llstoulng for n few momenta to Senator
Watfon'M speech on tho virtue of a mint Julep.
Mr. Wnyno jWheeler, chief of tho prohibition
forcoH. rushed out of the aennte and itarted
hie lypowrltera to wort; on propaganda calcu
lated to overcome the effecta ot tho Ueorgln
genator'a trlbuto to good liquor.-
l'rei'litent Harding linn gono camping with
Hnnk Ford. Thit man seems determined to
strain our confidence In him to tho breaking
AliVIOi: AND All.
(Copyright. l3i, by tidgiir A. Ouest.)
I met him on tho highway nnd hU plight
was sad to one.
Ills riot Ilea were atatnod and dusty and ns
ahiibby as could be;
Bayo he: "I n ed aaaltnanco and I'm nuking
It from mi."
To which 1 glibly answered: 'Trlend, I'll toll
)U Whit to do."
Itunnlng Hon to common custom, I began
t . w.iiU my chin,
Saiti,: "I'ull yoii'self togniher nnd sumo
l.i v it'll sot i ly win,
Kind a Jolt tti.it work our harden!, you can
emmuor If ou will.'
Hut lm M'hined a bit tvnd answered: "Mister,
get me, I am I1L
"I nm alek and I nm weary and I haven't
got the price
Of the rheapcot aort of dinner. I'm not
hungry for ad vice.
And right now your scniion'n wtwed; al
though lovely la your creed,
It's not advice J'm nCter, tfa a little help I
Now that fellow's got me thinking. lies
li. il Im ie M.'ti.l .ill I '
I or i ' ' ' . i . h u udi-
a feliow out.
J lo uUp
lir oils miiiion.
Those .lopllfi pnnpln eertninly know bow tn
nut on risblng puiy Ai.yh'., tiny n show
you the Bei iH ry Mini b nl mhi wlnu the f.ti
lite, Ibfit tt oi il,, ,n, iMtrh 'em II In not linn
We often wonder what kind of nirntegv is
foniemplatnil when burn hall playeis hold a
A common and .ii-K""ilva sign nlong ih'
hlghWnM and by nud-i l't thn firks "Corn
When I'hnlrinnn 1'i.r.li,. y of the wivn nnd
mema nmnili i. e fik t. Tul n lint . ie. iU"
he staled In bis luit. m. i beonh s.ii .i f.
II our tiouhha w.i" t.. v back t. ,i i" 'i l.i
tariff, yet ill th. ln-t Mi.-'lirig ot i ilir. tr.,
the Hk biiiifo i p. a i bi ,i ui rr .
mi la nm in', '-ir
Habl the ..rh t,, t),,
abl. to pull 'hu.u.:li
I gu ml 1'
The ulil flr, s.'Utli Mi i iayii she ip, . 1st in i
the 1 1 1. ui I'irili I'd i, in n c.itt i-ii 'if. I... nwi
name is b.'i.moe ih. n ime of Iim i' u. I ,
We nntlrn lb ii I'.uby larby In n iklnr ir
nth. r i, He of her farewoll loins nf Kin in. (ildi
num. i anil Alkanaaa,
CombliiiiMon of (nidi.
"Meat ll arki-t, roieilin .
hIrti In Wislvlil
rid I. it I. it shoo "
llnromclvr of Public Opinion
TriiiliH ami fritrtPiiicu,
nit..r Win hi. . nnni Ui.it it requires a
Hu ll of iui.l tlnn'C all,, ut eveiy dot ado to
keep thu. .ninti will regulated. I am spnak
Im; i.n v ..f hn..,r and Imps. In uplte of ull the
t.ilk of Hie "open nlmp" ,un the ", loo-d ohop"
there Is noihliiK thai ban a tendency to bring
I lie people back to their tenses liko a spell ot
Boe.iib.1 "haul limiii." Willi the war-time
pr.. is fur '. ..inn. ,,i ,imr as high or higher than
Mini, 'I ii ail. Mioen w,.ro titile to command, on
id mint r it,,, sc.ll'ilty of help, there wao little
neieillv for tho young men to go to thn sa. rl
llin of learning a "trade" which would reipilie
Any undue exertion of physical strength. Soda
il'ili ts. r.ltli a week's practice were able In
pull down a toll at tho eml of a week ns large,
or nearly ho, an a printer, carpenter, brb k
mason, or other craftsmen, who put In yeain to
master their tiadns. Am a printer. I started In
at tho magnificent sum of two bucks a week,
and at tlm eml of six montliii wns advanced to
2.50. At tlm eml of that time I r .vt I
another raise of fill cents Thnun were the reu
Intlon agn pi tees In the print shnpi .ill oor
tho r mint ry. ttlnce the lain world war tilings
have advanced a llltle. but even with the ad
Mince It is hard to convlnco the average y.aiug
man that It Is worth while to waste a couple of
years In order to lu.liu a trade when there pi
any labor attached. The majority of the young
men of today am taking up bookkeeping or
clerkship Jnb.i Hi tho phslcal exertion Is
not en meat, run If the Jobs aro c.ircn ami
competition greater. Hut tho lull In tho liusl -'
oess woriii ni mo pair, year lias shown that the
man without a trade ih up agalnm a hard prop
osition. Voung men, who have no Irado to fall
buck on, hive fotiud their Jobs vanishing, and
wages reduced. These "hard llioes" ninrhi i,.
lihe Inn k Heine faita In the headu of tlm voung a delightful tlnm altogether. Tho
K'l. "a !!. 111 i." lla." 11 wny '" B"1 'notion picture wns good, nnd then
through this llfo without "carti ng oiui'm hre.nl i- ... . , . ...
by the sweat of his brow." Hvery young man K, lt" ,,,ok 1IM '"v 1,1 n ,ax1' 11
ought to be eager to learn a trade of mime kind n lovely night and wo drovn
even at tho expeni. of a year or two of his through tho park and along the
time, while he Is young, for he will suro need liver, faille wan delighted.
It befoie Im getH to the end of bis life string. "Vou don't seem a bit like an old
Competition 111 the common walks of life Is go- mnriled couple tonight," sho paid
ng to be keen In tlm next quarter century. I when Keith held rny hand. "I was
think the newspapers ought to Imprest these afraid you'd let Vern act too much
iiicio upon urn minus or tlio young men. .Start I married. i on sec, nho never has
tuem tu tn UK ng. '
THE BATTLESHIP BOMBING EXPERIMENT
Cuvruht 1931 lir Tt ChlcMn Tribune 1
f 'A STATIONARY, 1 ?
DEFCNSELE35 TARGET, tfSSTtf
) AMD YET SEIT HOW LONG
S IT TOOK THE B0M8IHG I
( PLANES TO SINK IT!' ) i
I Am th prbattlhip partisan fen it,
I At tht pro-urjlan pariitan it. ;
I 46c Martin V
fhe Revolt of Vera Sanderson
ih .iani: riiKM'S
A I'tcasurablo Kicnlug.
them tu thinking.
H. S. i:WAItI)S.
I'amilug Air. Ilaiiilliiin.
lMltnr World: I nm a oloso reader ot llm
been about liko I havn. Mho wan
always babied nt home."
1 felt liko Blnpplng her, It was so
funny. Kho knew ,ts well as 1 did
WHY I was kept 111 tho background
at home that the lack of money to
' liammotcr of rulillc Opinion" aniLwhou I tend dress mo. and the Idea that tlm old
the letter donated to that column liy Jack Ham-, est girl must bo married before the
llli. n in regard to soldlurs bonus I inallzed younger recehed uny attention, was
that moot but not nil tlm wise men wero dead, i the mason.
Jink, old boy, a man who can ipilt bin Job i "Aren't too much married are you,
dining these bard times and get a better JoblVo?" Keith asked,
without any trouble In almost too good a man 'No Indeed, ns long as I am mar
to slay In a small place like Wynon.i. rled to you'" I answered, hnppllv.
ller.iro going any further allow mn to sayll was happy. It was surh n treat
that I lioxn dropped my membership In the1 to hae Keith all to myself, mid to
Amcilean Legion but If men like Jack arc stay-'nit naturally.
Ing nut. I am going In "Iculo suite." n ,miy jno when nn reached
11.. may have been In the army two yn.irnj home. Keith went Into Margaret's
ma have been on the front 75 days without any rooms, leaving tho door open. Dls
i.ilef, but Jack, old timer, a few of the lent tlm tlv I heard'
or us Biased on the front 150 ,las without a ! ..w-,y. Margaret dear, what linn
Idler, spent 25 innnthH In the nmiv. IS of which happened' What aro you weeping
we spent ovorocas and enlisted In April 1017. Li,,'.,.!- Mls o.-o full of nnxlely.
"' 1 tl""k 11 fh;whlle to blow about .., km.w ,t wnM k0 tllN .,
II. hysltig your own praises? , you ma.rled. 1 knew I would be
ton were luikv In gttllrig your Job back, neglected and forgotten" I in.
nilgli v liick Now for a few- m the nm of ,Imlm.,i Htandliig on the stairs Ilsten
Wtr,., '.r.M'r .' 1 ,r.. ,.W,.'",W' .r.kl,,,K I"" " lrK K'g. although SaHle med to pull me
town nf Cripple Crt'ok. My anilniyM uro $J..'i0
oii.Khiii wiii--, nimii wu llUKill AiUIMI 1 '(lilt
hay lifoif iln- war. Anno who Ii.im Ih'.mi in V .
I 'i il rtrii il n h fin nml titter iln. u.ir .... . . M,r l
tne war Hid to i:oiormio nilriiiik tow iim. ((old1
I ... t. .tt fin ....it
",mm With" tlm higpVio-of' powder' nnlf l1"'' ",0 ,,m'' ' C0UW
miiieri.ii. wane i was in tun :irniv 1,1 mv lnn.i
earned money ot i"veral years with my few
lmldlnga wile gobbled up. I was not there to
even try for a fire-Mile to Hive a dime. On top
f that, upon my return 1 found that business
.Vera of feted to telephone you so'
i you wouldn't wait for us." )
Wo had a very Jolly dinner and nsl ' , " "" ",u ".'
sound ns If Keith wero coming, nnd
ran hastily to my room, nlmost fall
ing over Hallln who was waiting at
the head of the stairs.
"Well?" shu said when wo were
In my room.
".She's crying becnusn TCnlth didn't
tako her to dinner, tho big baby!
I replied. "And trying to blamo me
"Never mind, wo had a dandy
time," Salllo Mild, Just ai Keith came
In looking very serious.
"Wo never must forget to let Mnr
garot know where wo aro when we
dlno out. Vera, then she ran Join
us If sho likes. Who feels quite
hurt that she was not one of our
"Vera felt hurt last night, Keith."
falllo broke In, "although I know
sho was glad to visit with me. Hut
she didn't say it word, even to me."
"I wis very sorry that Vera
couldn't go to tho opera you also,
but that does riot excuse us for to
night It must not occur again." he
turned to me. "I havo explained to
you. Vera, how vciy sensitive Mar
garet Is, how she lias always de
pended on me, nnd that 1 feel sho Is,
euunlly with you. my care that her
happiness depends upon mo to n
great extent. Now wo will forget
II and go to bed. Goodnight, Salllo;
I hope you will sleep well."
I went with Hallle to her room,
and when tho door closed sho ex
ploded: "1 wouldn't stand It If I were you.
Vein Sanderson! I'd mako Keith I
leae heto ami give mo a home of
my own. I don't sen what you are
thinking about. You'll never be
happy as long as you stay never!" 1
"1 nm helpless, Sollle. Perhaps
aflei I am older, and wo hac
llier together longer he may feel
differently about things. Or per
haps Margaret will marry, or "
"Din"- faille Intel rupteil. i
In oiir life, but I doivt any more
what has happened, .Mnr-
1 have been alone all evening. If
you were going out to dinner, why
Tlllxloj, .lllly litl, l' I
Good and evil or ti
thin ray's horns, ope. ..
astrology. Whlln .. pt . , ,
ter are In bcneflc n-pt. i
Mercuiy are adverse
There Is today an esp,
Islng tlgn for oil In-i
seems that new iIIsmhc
Mexico will be In ' rr.
neeted with this cxp1 . t ,i
w hlch should be mi- i i - r
ing Into hariiioni.ni-.
lO-ltlentS (if tWn ,r..P'-',
l.i necs should not lie -.
this direction of the ,,
land deals should be .1.
Again warning In n .
nii'U8 propaganda will i
ed more widely than nr I
Iteai tlonary poll, tea ,
popularity at thin tun.
( a'taiked eonstai.t.y
Fame and honors f..r n n
ir " fori told. A new l e
Tbe navy comes undi i .
..f the planets making p
and ( i en real war bum
f n'll. s.
l.ditnra arn auhje"t to ,i
3f the itars that will on. ,
i crl'b i7n presulentMi i
a n. a-i high In the g.(
ci w .11 be bitterly ntt.i. '
Kt k s In mining reg n r
Im lined and llicv wir i.e i
t d In the ptibll ! i
l'er 03s whoso blrb!i.
houbl .ireful of Iff. - ,.
iich d irlng thi com rg
y.i ik li court and r" i
Children boin on tins da
ur tied In dlspnslti. t, . I
liangi These nil U tn f
.ire usual'y clever on. I ,
Mrs I lews came to se. m t bi
beli a round fat lady w -'h
.n one chin, and hir ,
i-t.i ( d to tnwk about d ffr. ,
mi Ifssenlng wen Mrs lb s
and Mrs. Hewn lis. enltig wi
tawked and neither of t'i e
in- w n they both tiwkc I
Hewn sed. Specking of hi r
nevi t go to anothei ban, .In
amsilootly thro.) wi'ii l hi l
So nm I, If you doni p i
in b e for a thing there in t .e
string attached to It th.Hs ti
Is on that siibjni k, sed ma
Knuff. end Mri. Hnws. I
down to llookblnders nml b.iwt x
'shertwastn maikcd down bu i If
You were very foolish, end m "
the Hhvrtwaato was worth fi ,f i
lot rhaigcd 5C for It. that - th a'
tude I would of taken, never tiiv a
I marked down artb le, thats ih , In
cipal I go by. but wy. was somt' ling
rong with the nhertwastc
W. II nuthing was quite rong wh
It. but then on tho other himl n :'li
Ing was quite rite, If you kn w w.i'
I I mecti' scd Mrs. Hews. It iln'
.have eny holes in it or cr -g
I radical llkn that, but It wns n a c I
si.n 4 and Id swarn on a .n- i nf
bibles as high nn thin room t a' I'
onv slzo 3S at the very mo1' a-d I
wouldent like cnyhody to rvrn im
agine inn going crround In a r -i
I wen lliais aiiways inn wiv
vou get things cheep no ma"'"- wat
tho aercumstaneea arc. persimi v I
allways pay the full prl e ' ' a
, thing or elts I dnnt buy o .1 ra,
,nnd Mrs Hews f.cd. Thais a
good motto, blceve me Mm f '5,
now this shcrtwnste being s zc ai
the most would probeily Ji t f .on
tn i 1 liornqu If T ..V.x' Til it PC
Inln Ir II n. nlM nrirt cnmn.1 -. II it1
ii.tf nml llicv wont ix baoiri f t
lug a bargain so HI tell u wv V:
.1. i... i.n.. . ..- t1
half wat I payed f .r I . wirli ii
prn. ktlnnlly giving tt awiv bu' "
im ts vou Ill Binaiy U" it- i's
Times arn irltlln' i,o wn kin nlmost'n t,-.v..!v sbertwaste itn.l ir -t's n I
Illro nomehnrliK. t' ivnrlr Sitordl V . W It II enVtllillg or even wi'h.n
afternoon. Speakln' o' Hawcs. would-, th.ng.J y know wnMn,
n't an administration composed of
all non-prof eralunal. bo dandy?
if Its reely size 3i. wen m v
it crround .' (.''d ml and I re '
(J. gosh, ma. I ihawi ou
ion wouldent buy eny thine
Hy the use of a new Intermediate1
tiluir In im iindescent ll-iit sockets a for the nrlec'
glow is retained In a lamp for sev-i Keep quirt you dont l.n
era! seconds after the current la 'thug about thin subierk si j
switched off. Wtrh ma i he I d .nt
"I made no plans to go out, Mnr-
garet. I met the girls and Vera pro
posed we take her sister tt dinner.
You know wo left them ilone while
... ,.n ........ .,.i tii.n.i.i. .I,- i ... wo went to the opera mil night, t
my employer, I w'an out of a Job. out of a home ; Imagine Veto felt disappointed, mi plainly sou ho was worried nnd mix
nnd the onlv monev I hnd was what 1 ,,,ni,i w n glad to do something for 'u r. lous because Margaret had been un
I said no more but bade her good
night. Yet when I had returned tu
my own room and Ixvlth. I could
The Voung Ladu
Across the Way
. ,1 lllte
I I ' I 1 1
realUo on my few liberty bonds which 1 Bold tm "" liaxo Known e,a nske.i
those who had made money wbllo I w,ui away. .V011 1 "''I"1"' "'
Ja.k. old boy, was I to blame? "H" -air. Margaret' "i our name
Hut. liko many, many others In tho mime t wn't mentioned in that May. And
boat I'm not living about It. rm getting along i
fine and will be on top again In spite of the I
war and the present depiesBimi. My Mory in
to merely contrast with youis. I
l'b.uie dont forget, Jack, that Wynona lij
sii.il k small plain and that nil the million,! of
the BoldlciH In the army did not come fioml
Wynona. The "bnoun" has Its good points an
well as Its hnd. I 11 let tlmin nrguo It out. How -evei,
I believe that a man of your narrow
minded caliber la hnrdly In a poalt'nn to aimwer
for the millions of Ami'tiuin aoidiern in the
army during the war.
Hi i inn of u gained, some ot us lost our all hut
stand tip and say that people aro crying about
our light to fight again; bo I'm ready. And
now, Jack, for tho rubber. I believe that ou
wero In th army. 1 want to believe that you
worn n doughboy, but you sound like an
H. i. S, from officer' mem to mo.
If we who did the fighting must pay, or those
who lost a thing during tlm war must pay for
our bonus tbrmiBh heavv taxes, lets each make
hlfi own. tt ut If this government of petti poli
ticians will mike llm Stan, tn il oil i unipnui
.in.l a few of Hp"' who made millions from the
war nnd were soiry to hc Il mop, pay wh
I'm riial In Hue.
Who Is fighting the bonus? Who in it that Is
putting us out of Jobs In the oil flebUi now?
You are In no oil field. YOl' KNOW. No one
but tho Standard Oil company and their money
fighting our bonus and tariff through inotioy
bllndnd piilltUliins In Washington.
Still you, because you are fortunatn, and
only through that reason can I explain why you
get a better position while real honost-to-Ood
oil men nre looking for Jobs at any price, will
hard tltnoa when there aren't any hard Union
nnd slug" your own praises,
And. Junk, don't forget that many a mm
who tried to eiillet was turned down to be
hi t- . as ,i siller sniper"
t ! (t Mill u . i (.11
i. n , vih t ', ae-h ii,,
1 i ' ' ' i I 1 1
happy or had mado him think she
1 knew Salllo thought me terribly
meek and wcnk-mlndcd. Hut she
'didn't loo Keith, so could not know
what sho would do under tho Miniu
i'umomiit Margaret Olics t'n Her
I' '- Ml" - '
Corrugations on the fact of a
new coal shovel aid In distributing
fine fuel about a fire box.
Si hnolfl of medicine nnd ngrlcul
Hire have been opemd In West
Afilca by tho French government.
A Mississippi Inventor has com
bined in one plei e of fiirultuie a
baby'i bed, crmlle and wardrobe.
Franco has peat depoglw esti
mated to represent the equivalent In
power of J6U.0UO 00o tons of coal.
Hand operated, a new sowing nn-
j (hliie plants several rows of seeds at
1 he sunn lime, Hpai nil at deslied ilia
I llritlsh experimenters Becking a
i cheap domselic fuel for power havo
aucieshtully driicn uutomoh.lea
A Now Jorsey woman Is the Inven
tor of a trumo to hold bed clothing!
away from a porsou'o Injured body
or limbs. ;
Germany l turning to concrete
for building water tanks In the farm
of towers, having uioctod one 200
Covers made of rubber nnd cot
t"ii bale P. en Invented for air.
i.tn i gitalin ti. Us to make them
ire noil lenkpi t
Tabor, OHla., July 32,
y Uul u s.
i AT U-UUYAH,
According i" a F' eiu h scientist it
The young lady across the way 30 per cent of nlusol bo added to
says Bho weighs 107 pounds In her! stool tho alloy ilova not expand
batliUu; suit htA lOi'a ex.ofxido, 1 when htatcd.
m bt e
$15 Sends It
$10 a Month
Victrola. 110 $225.00
(12 records) 10.20
Mahogany, oak, or
American w a 1 n u '
1ft Vintnr rimnnl
bums for 10 roc-
ords; 'l-spniiK niotor (
to $3r0. Very con
A, .T, Cltll'i:, Manager
417 PouUi Main Street Osago 3I33.313I