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' UUflkul Quotation
The eves of all wall upm, Thee; and Thou
rrlvi-sl ihim iheir n at In due imtkoh.- '
01 v. I
What time 1 am j.'mM, ! will Ifoat In Tnee.
Ph. Ivl. 3.
Jato on iti., wet-ping, did Kiln whiaper fall:
"Dear - Mid, Hi' N In no mod to weep at all!
TVhy ft" about t grieve and lo dispajr?
Why weep now through thy Future' t-vea, nil
Jn vain tmtay tomorrow; loail of mm?"
II. H "iittnn.
UliMi VVAfJIW HIRING.
The federal re nerve review of business conrtt
tinim In the Now York rtiatrlct, publlfrtied tlill
week, aaya that "when the decline of price Ih
talari Into nntialderiitlim It I evident Unit tha
nmoiint of iiiQrchandbie Iil continues to he
Inrnr than last your." Thla. thlnke tha Now
York Tlmea, li Hfl favnrulilo to btijetn a the HI
fortune of farmers with thrlr rropn wan un
fnvoratile lo thrm an tH.lInrs. Tho fanncrn
intthrnlly illallko murliut oonilltlotm which com
pel thorn to ilrllvcr more irooila for lw tnoitay.
unit thcro lire many in lh ininn lio.it with
them. Hut liuynrrt who net morn koOiIh for
I Mm money hnvo final raiian for witliifiiftlon.
Mont of tho ilopuitmnnt oloni riiatnincrn urn
HlicnillnR wiibo monoy, anil If tli wnitii kiiom
further In provlilliiB atitliifiictlim't tho ri.ult I
tha NHtiiH an If moni-y whip'ii 'T miaul. Thurn
In ilnlly Incrfnalm? cniwia that thomi who hnve
jplw ahoulil value unit lcl llicni. Anil thorn
dally I"" Jnntlflc-ntlon f'jr Ihoao who have
nult work licmusii of illumtlnfiKtlon with monry
wbkci to perlnt In Idlcnnm liccauno money
wanes urn not advanced, rolltlcal economy It
tho dismal rolnnro only to thoso who fall to m
thnt Its 'relation to tho dally ciwt of llvlnK. and
tho worth of tho wane, Ih .in direct un lo tho
Accumulation of wealth or tho draftlm: of a
tariff or tax law.
an imVHM's I'Atrr.
In recent wcoka many experienced travelern
on their return to thla country from abroad
linvo nxprowicd tho opinion tint flermnny will
tie tho flrnt of the lluropcan nntlnriH lo recover
from tho commercial depreiwlon vhlch Iim
onvolnped tho world an an aftermath of Ihn
war. Vurloua rcanonti, cominento I ho H'oah
Inctnn I'ont. arn advanced In Mipport of this
theory. uch as tho nclcntlflo and practical
trend of tho (lermnn inlnd and Dm naturally
Industrious and economical ilUpualtlnn of the
Ocrman worltman and hla ability and willlnBUCHa
to labor Ion houra for nmall pay. Another
prlnclpul cauao lie... of course, in th two nallont
facts that, with no Urno army or navy to lm
manned and malnlalned. tho youth of the eoun
try havo the opporluully to devote their tlino
to the procoxae of IndUH'.ry and'lliat tho money
that would otherwtHo bo applied to tho upkeep
of Hallor.i and Madiera, of baltlefihliia und naval
ftation. of UirrackH and tramline onmpa can
now bo profitably devoted to the proeecutlnn f
mnnufneturea and the development of com
morce. That thero la a pood deal of forco In thla
oontenllon l proved in many ways. Tho other
day tho l'oat pointed out tho enerKetlo efforts
which the (liirmaim nr maklmt to capture tho
triulo of South America. They are equally
buoy In South Africa. In 1DI3. when normally
Mood third amonK the exportlm; niulona of tho
world. Orcnt llrltaln belnK tlrat And tho Tnlted
Hlntoa necond, nerman merchamll to tho
vutue. of lC.6f.2.lHM) wiim aent lo South Africa
HWl Houth African products valued at 10.
r.ftl.000 went to Clormany. Naturally throe
flciirtrt fell away to nolhln durliiB tho wnr.
but there wan an Incipient revival In 1019.
when Importti from tlermany Into Houth Afrloi
ore valued at IH,4H. and exporta from
south Africa to (lermany totaled J I. tot.307.
Thoae ftKtirea took a great lump In 1020. when
Germany nent to Mouth Africa good to tho
amount ot H.31S.000 and. ovon under tho
cramping huylnlf conditions then prevnlllim.
took from Houth Africa meVnhanaiao which
reached the respectable total of JS.4S0.0fl0.
To meet the demundB of thla growing and
promtolng trade and to footer it along proper
Unoa a Htoamahlp wrvtoe between Hamburg
anil llremen and South African porta waa Inau
BUrated dUiInK tho latter p.nt ot 1920. These
vowtels. operated on a regular monthly hed
ulc, carry pawn new a well as frrm'hl. About
the tame time tho Herman eonaul r..,reaenla
tlon. conalstlnif of a cnnaul general a consul
nnd a vlco consul, wan ro-establialird tit '.ipe
tnwn, whence It has olnce moved to I'reu.rla.
It will thus bo seen that Oermany Ih ' ivlng
nothlnp undone to rogaln Ita South Afil.an
trade and to placo It where. It waa tu-foro the
war oataclyam mvept It out vt exUteneo.
is riioimirnoN -jo iumk?
l'erhapo no official document in rr-cont time
l,oi cailBCd more astonishment than th.. report
f tho attorney ticneral of tho fnlt.d States
rcrommendlnB to tho president and connrew.
tho appointment of eighteen federu! jud.-.-i .it
larco as the most uconomloAl methed of . n
IntT the docketa of aooumuUited nnd in. '..ui
lltlsatlon. Tho report la an indlctmen- ' . !
prohibitory liquor letrislatlon. national, statu
a iiJ n, -i ii l. 1 1 i - I i- i.i ! 1 . . . ''ri.y .1
r .i i Ifn; i i ..(I1 Ju .lis rtl 1 l.e v ti' i ifl v t
iMll'd l.y propo' - i'i
prx.ritei m i- .i i f i ' i
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HI 'i i.ii i i . pf ii'lltiK In ttv f ' . I r l 1 ...ill- .i'l
IllMill, i.f I'.'.? I'IUI'1 Mil' r I Hi lr II"
eas that ihere his 1.. i .r
1 1 nl In criminal i in m n ; , . . v
lb- riault nf Mi.. ,.,(. Inn i,l ..f . ,', . j i i
IUHl l IS Upon M i 'UMir II Ml. ill . ! V ' !
Jlinllflea th et.etiA ,f i. uli'..., J. I'l',. i il
Jlldlfea. II.. I .r un Hie I.eUel hl lll M.iti
atanMi' dei ise tn thla Ihhh r ..iiii m hi
expefi.-d tnr ra, unit the priavnt mnaeaieil
rondlilon nf the i ourta Is Intolerable. "It re
sults III l.ss of rvldepee. uli.ilitliilimeht of r.iaoa.
denial ,,r;il frnrui nt defnal of limtlin, and low
ers i lm i, lith mi mlii i.l t.f the federal iiurta '
Hp. iMiir for the ultii nppiiiienUi of prohibi
tion, the f'lnflnnall Kri-piirer anvs m ita rom
went upon the attorney iiiiiriils report: "Vry
true. Hut prnhlliiiliii promUaul an avtibUnra
of ti eh a condition. It waa mistaken. The
docketa of every magistrate In the land, from
squires nnd mayors up to the federal court,
are choked with liquor eawa mi'l cases Involv
ing every i rlrne In the black calendar. What U
rors, the fanatical aelf-appnlnlerl guardianx of
personal hnblta and public mnraln are proceed
ing lo pave the way for wider popular rebel
lion agalnat sumptuary and aeetarlnu legisla
tion which leaven to the American clllren but
the heararly ahreda of hl once boasted rivli
ami rellgluui liberties."
IIIWI' MAX I.V r.V(HtlS.
No member of eongreiws In recent yearn hit
received quite no much favoriiblo oommnnl from
the preae, regnrdleaa of iullle, Man Mlo
Alice Hobertaon, member from the m-eond
Oklahoma ill".rlrt. A few days ami the Wash
ington Herald had thla to i-iy editorially.
'There waa a wealern city where n
woman whs elerleil to (he school board
Win waa one nf nine members. Alter about
a jear's imrvlie the other membeia agreed
that she was "the bent mail on the board."
It would iiiiriirlae no one In Washington, If
lifter line flrnt term, tho other 111 incmherH
agreed Unit Mlas Alice ltoberlaon wiih "Mm
beet man In cmigrem " There Is no secret
iih to Mlwt ttnberlanii'H auereaa In wliinlui;
the ieieelii i,f her confreres. I( Ilea In her
abiinilsnce nf Hood, tiveidii), lioiuely,
yard-wide common ii-nae.
She iitlenibi to her own hunlncHS. Khn
iniikoH no priiteuso of reirte.Hnn anything
or anylioilv but thiiHe thlnga ami persnim
of her own district. Hhn dues not under
lulto to entry the uoluht of tho imlveiin on
her ahoiililera, nnr to bo ieionnllile for
the (ilinrli niiilliitii of others. Hhn brlliKS to
all questions a sound, elear-thlnklnu mind
nod a first hand know IciIrii of human tin
lute. Hhn kiiowH. bint of nil, the ordinary
fnlkn who do the everyday work and bual
iicrn of the world, and with thin know-lcda
sllli liulnnreH her wsiles.
Miss llobertsiin In very likable. Hhn does
not wviate. time with anyone or link others In
waste lime with her. She la apt to receive
j oil standing. If it! in. sat and you sal, you
would be apt to stay too loin;. Sim In di
rect and to the point. Him Htrlkea those
who romo In eotitiiLt with her as having
iinthliiK In conceal and iih not nil adept at
stii'iko ocieetis. An sho llaH none of llin
wiles of womankind, sho iinch none. Na
turally men who work with her, like her.
Naturally they appreciate her clalmlim
uothlni; and shirking nothing.
If a gtlcHs la allowable, It Is that at the
end of her first term, no other "cnnijreaa
man" will find 'a leadler renpiinse Jnot
from tho peisonat side of leglal.itlvn affairs.
The Second district of Oklahoma could
havo dono nothing belter to mnko wom
an's suffiage popular to rongrem than by
tho election of Mint Hoburtson."
Mont of the forcltm countries seem to bo
moro willing to entertain a proposition for the
canrollallon of their Indebtedness to America
than to enter Into a disarmament agremcnt.
A neceasarv preliminary to taklnR tho gtma
off tho nations" shlpn, thinks the Washington
rust. Is to tako thu chips off tho nations'
Annthnr thln we notlco nbout It. tho nations
unable to support n big navy aro willing to give
moral support to the dKirmaiuont proposition.
IioeH Texan want to squash the Ku-Klux
or la ohe merely trying to learn something
about how tho Inslda wheela of the Itlan work?
Those Wot Vltglnla war stories read like
both aides hail a good prens agent.
Speaking of the transportation
women, generally, like busmen beat.
(Copyright. 103 1, by Bdgar A. Ouest.)
Oh. Iltle word, what would ahe do '
If thiie were no such word as you?
If In I he dim and distant agea
You'd missed our dictionary's pagen,
What man today could count the ctvt
of argument!) she would have lost?
Immune her In days gone by
When man her wlHlieo would defy.
Compelling him lo suit her whlin,
Making an abltict slave of him,
h. little word, thrnuah ail (be ve.
hen you wer coupled with her leara
v mi ve been tier conquering blade and true.
And well has she made use of )ou.
Men In the old and vunlahed lands
llino smiled and bowed to her command
When thev have, dared to question why
Thinking that reason would repl,
She illenced every argument
And Kir.ughl to do her will they went,
oh, little word, nor sage nnr brute
oilr potent in-idle can refute.
You have compelled, wise men I., make
l-'ools 'f themselves for her dear sake,
When from her lips you lighth i .line
Tim voice nf wisdom llun i.s .limib,
Ving nun do right .md unlit n utong.
The nllellt speak, Ibe !-ui, k-i , ;',
Alw.'Os obedient ! h. i .11
Hi. Utile word. - .
UiHsniv- to seek
I t I
Her strength Is ...
It I -1 .-ugh f--r h. i In iv
l-fh - ' t 'i , i hi , t I ,
t I I II ' . , u t,
Mr OTIS ')liril.W.
'Ihs i hrimiii, ti.ur h f .-im. Mprlngn Is lie
inoMlii g th. n tin n -,r p i.i -ast proteiior.
Time ;ir- a1. II .im.iiis who hate Orovtr,
1 .'eland Iti rgibill l.. . ,i in- f,f hi gtvi n names.'
I". I It'' - 'a another town will-h la reaching
" ' i ' Ai-l-r tfde t-rrllory by reducing the.
I .1 ' ose 'I. a lil se
A Tulsa ladv -alN In tn any that she finds
lb ilirfi r m li.iv -n wislnr nnt'ii and
i rtiil.iiiiii Tin- i-M irv deiiianded by wnaher
" dnes i it (dump at the week end.
: ilnsMn in 1 lit sweating under the humllla
'i.i. tnnpeii uii.n him when Oeneral Kunsion
pot inn it nf btiMitess lie ia advocating in
li P-lei-in . f.e Km rii'lippiii.tt.
1'i r'iiieiii .pi. ) Juat whst did that Tuleii
"io I" Un ether day when ho eongralulat
-.1 liiin If ,,n sui ess'ully getting tverylhlng
lll-ne.l int.! n new home exept hla furntttire?
TiaiiMfunlng nf a man from one government
Job lo aim I her o'n n roe ins trouble. Innk what
liai.iieii. il to l'..'ir(.am.in llerrli k lik-l
as Hairy (h. strap, his prlvato aeirelary.l
lurniu nun imiMr.
About nil w- have .i say about Cap. Myers,
who claims Ii.h Mi Abater N'ewai-f'spitHl Is an
Intermediary between eailh and heaven, Is that
b I if ting ciy mm h like a man who has
bought a n uvi n in the other place. I
Un- i canon w bv' congr. s rer-i i Hi .1 crlt.j
lial pnllil ill the -nhl h'in prop. . ml I in is It was
hnped that I.- Mi. '!-(,, . ,,i,vi . m.( c. iin fin rt the
In at wmc win ha. p is. .1 nn. in. ine.nli.is
h.u. l-.-t in'' si in , ,., , ,
liaronmtcr of Public Opinion
Mnilxlil Toll, in Omniy orriclals.
Hilltnr World. I nm a reader -if Th'- World.
I never full to read the llaromutiir of I'ublli
opinion and I w-.iild lino tu my ,t f Uinmrt
In regards to the county offlcera of Ttils.i
"ily. The pi op In will hnwl keep Tiilau cl-.m,
but I ivnulil like tor someone tu tell tun how
they can vxpeit the city officials to keep It
clean when Ihn county officers allow so much
boor.o and gambling and houseo f III fame to
run out At lllikory i-ml cumps Nns. I and -!
The people of 'I'll Ian until out by the larlnads
nm I get drunk and then It Is oilil tiny get It
lit Tulrw.. Now I know for I live Just at the
edge of Hickory. If smiie nf the motheis nf
the .ming boa nnd girls Cnulil only ace the
Wuy Ihey curry on I think they would put a
stiqi to II. I have notified tho county force time
after lime, Inn II does no good. The booze neI-
rs suy that Mierlff .McOtllTough bit them know
what llniu be will bo out them and of c.-uiso
wh.-n In..iineii tliero la nothing to llnd. 1 -an
lafely my there Isn't but about sl or Ighl
Iioiihi'S out here Unit don't sell choc. Negroes,
Mexicans nnd whites In I'limp No. a and No 3.
u tegular red light district, and thern Is an
other coal camp i ailed Scules whole they make
I don't knuiv whether you will publish thbi
or not but 1 thought 1 would write and see,
for I Just want the cltl.eiui of Tulsa lo know
where tho most of Tulsa's drink comes from.
Tillaa, Aug. 28. MIIH. W.M. Itl'HMI-JM
t'limpllliK-ulIng .Miss Itnhi-rt.-nn.
Killlor World Your edltorl.il In this tnoin-
lugs Ikiiio of The World, entitled "An llpithctj
That Honors," comineiitlng uiion trio cmitro-'
ersy betwuen Carrie Chapman Catt and Miss
Ailie Itobertsoii Is the right thing .Hid a iicdlt
to your paper.
The, Htund of Mlsa ltobertn-in upon tho Ma
ternity bill, the appointment of n woman to the
disarmament ouferem e, and a few moro of
tho iinnesaetitl.il nolloim, put forth by tho
wniilil-bn Inlellectual snvlorH of the people, Is
ceiialnly lofreslilng after the period of supine
bending by our congressmen to every crowd of
wild-eyed, Inud-volcoil, o--lf-alled reformers
that has ohoweil up at Washington, both dur
ing this admliiNtriitlon and the lust, putting
over freak legislation which does nothing but
tut rouse taxi s, i iirlnll liberty and create fat
Jobs for poor relations at thu expcn.se of said
Mini Itobei tson h in ibuie moro to Justify
woman suffrage In the shoit period nhe has
been In nfflie. Hum Carrie Chapman Catt has
111 her whole career.
While not of Miss llnbertvnii'n par I v. 1 am
for, her. may her power Increase, may she con
tlrtiln her eti.sllie. well balanced attitude on all
qiiontluns, Including all new-fangled reform
bunk, doing whlih ohe will probably cause the
people to fnnget the Jeuiicttc Itntiklti expert
iiient, thereh giving women a better chance
than over next olec.loti. providing the women
In' general wise up uinl sidetrack Hie members
of their aex, as represented by Carrla Chap
man Catt und that crowd.
li. c i:.i.i.A(iiii-:it.
Tulsa. Aug -S. 121 i:.ist Third St.
Sartorial T) ninny.
Hilltop Wml.l I was veiy much Interested In
reading your siilctuies upon Campbell liusscll
for going to loiirt over the refiiM.il uf an eat
ing houso propthtnr to ailnilt him to dinner In
bin shut elf.nn. Inn this Is one nf Un- few
times In which l beg leavo to dissent from your
conclusions. Ami It Is one of the few times
when I can approve, In part at least, tho courno
taken by Mr. llussell, who, 1 must cnafem, has
i'lilom failed lo go contrary to my couvlitlolis
In overv Mop of bis official (areer.
In nldon times when aristocracy was at Its
height. It was diemcd nocintii' thai every
gentleman" should he ao attired tint his sta
tion in tnctety would bo ret-ngulveil by the hoi
pollol iiowadus, In thin dctnueratn Ainerua,
we are In-lined in i.-sent any sin b distinction.
Nevertheless Ihere ate fivcral cuiitoniH still that
have their only leuson for existence In a sui
viva! of the Idea of distinctive apparel. Tho
In lief la not general, a gn-.it majniiu nf worthy
men and women of the present day being dctno.
oruiie enough to i oncede that apparel Is no key
to u man's worth or standing, ,uid must nf
them i out I ivcngtiUe a gentleman without a
coat us well aH with nno. In fa-t, ever) argu
ment in favor of riot hen dWHoctlon, cnut or no
coat, bus been so thoroughly dlsi redul In the
public mind that It la a rarity to find an tntellt
gml man supporting this ai'lutm rati.- tiadun.ii
in ih.- face of prevailing dcmociatlc habits nf
A coat la useful to glxe additional protection
when weather demands It, us well a affording
xtia pocket room; but no "Ui-v justlfi. atom
An I" found for Itrt USc. No dillnil.nn n( de
li my will demand Its use, ami cotnCi.t should
at .ill turns be ihe dominant id- a In putting mi
nr b iving off wipcrf lil.'us nr'tcl.-s of clothing.
The nun who would Insist that a gentleman
lnut wear hie coat In public, or ni.i any other
n'i.ision, during un okl.ihnina niimmer, -le-s-in-a
to be tarred and f-'.ithcieil He Is an on
i tn of the human ta
Now Ihire Ih an inherent right in every
mucin citizen t - weui- a 1 1 If he wUln
I to insist that ilmnc who , n cr hl.s premises
llkewlae, but while h'- has th.it 1. gul rlk'ht.
ha no moral ughi t- demand that other
n iiform lo his Mindaid or be ivitracUeil.
, . all right tor ib,. men. ulously exclusive to
i hiu their own dining loom, from whom they
i hi exilude those who do not conform to tin ir
i . blush iJi.is but it I" nm right that a public
rvlce, su , -i Hi i io all men, should
t iAko a rul. . 'o ''i' unit of t'k'thea Its p.t-
iyih niiist " . is- mil ,1, nvlng that
mnvtiiuuli - i.i ., ' lain, d-au not have
I.1!! dei inn , i' i-. i , irbing 4 too extteme
lejliteuo l. . i ocrac and In piu
vrimlng rad . e m established lum
inals. You i I ve probably dlne.l
-. .1.. t nnd among p-o;.;,. uh c( . b-snness of
"' i1 H !" I' H I - of . . n. 1 N.I- . i
I .' .' . " 1 , , of ,
i ... i ' m i o
I N I V v' M 1.
" NCrV TO D(?(v A.
ON DtSAPMAMEN f "
tarti to Jraiv a rrtotit cartoan
Th cartoon not bfing tutfitttntly dttirtint,
"Mtvtion it offered.
Df?Av; A DOG,
And atitt another to add huntan intwrvmt to
The Revolt of Vera
lly JAM: IMII Iil'S
Vera rorbiildcn in l.uni-li at
I In i n iiI'm .
"Mr. llutlnr ailed tonight. Keith."
It was after midnight. Keith had
been in Jersey all day and camo in
after we all bad retired.
"That so''" He showed no in
tercut. "Yn. and I laughed nnd talked
with him a little.. It waa lots of
fun, but of course I hadn't an idea
Margaret would bo JciIiiiih. Hut
sho was and accused me of flirting
Just as though I would flirt with
anyone under tin- sun. let abmo an
old slick llko Clarence Ilutb-r!"
"All right, dear. Pon t talk any
more. I mum get some H'.eep "
I Mid no more, but 1 knew I bad
taken tho thoin.s from anything
Margaret might tell him. Hut to my
astonishment she suld nothing about
It when we met .it breakfast the
"She's only waiting." I said (o
myself." Sho hasn't forgotten or
Tim ii"t time Mr. lltitler called
Margaut did not send for ma to
cnoie down, although Irene, who w.ih
In the room, said he aked for mc.
Tills only made me tho more deter
mlinel to use thla means to get oven
with Margaret. I was in tin hurry.
I would havo plenty of chances to
moke her Jeabnis
That In playing with fire I might
burn myself, I never thought. I'er
haps even If I had, I should not
bsve desisted, so firm a hold had
this ' gi'ttlng even ' Idea taken of me
Jack I'oderwood and Sallle still
kept up a i nrreapnndciiee I knew
Sallie had liked him awfully well,
and I would have asked Keith If
she might imt visit us again, but
Margaret hnl let me know so un
mlstakablv that my relatives were
not wanted that 1 would not Invite
her 1 would imt haw- In r on suf-
The Young Lady
Acrom the Wau
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T i mf.i - he way
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" WHATS TltAI '
-Hot h obliged to Haft Inntf entmtt to
priiKtplea of di4irmimnt.
By which lim it is decided to change
from diaarmament to a study of zoo
' Li vwa 'i
' " Z
' Abe Martin
fernco where ohe .should bo wil-
If only some of my own family
had lived whom I could have hi'eii
with them ocraslniMlly I might have
been helped by talking my troubles
over with them. Although I was so
proud I might havo hesitated to l"t
them know 1 was not happy. Hut
saiu for an occasional outburst tn
Kinma, I said nothing to anyone,
but let my mind dwell consuintb
upon all that was dl. igreeuble, while
I fmgot often to think upon how
much of good I had much that
other girls would envy.
One day a Mrs. Drake called.
Margaret was out, and she naked
for pie. I had met lu-r at n recep
tion, and had not been at all favor
ably Impi eased with her. so it was
with reluctance that 1 received her.
Among other things, she said.
"I saw you at luncheon at I)u
rant'ii tha other day. That was
such a pretty woman with you. May
I ask who she was?"
"Certainly! That wus Mrs I.ong
street. a girl fimn my home town
who has married nnd como to New
York to live."
"I know Durant's used to be n
favorite place for your husband ami
Mrs. He I-lsln to lunch. 1 supp..
they never meet there now that Il
ls married and settled down. lly
tho wuy, what do you think of h- r
Mrs. Do Lisle, I niisin "' She bad
an almost sinister expression as t-he
questioned mc I scan-, ly km w
what to say, much as I rest ntcd her
tune, her attitude
".Mrs. Do I.lsle Is an old friend of
my husband's. I do not Know her
very well. Hut I cm si. no harm
If they should lun-ii together. They
arv such old friends '
"Then 1 am suro no one rise
should mind Hut not many wives
iwiuld be so lonipla-'. ot, '"iiog
wives especially. Mis. l)e I.lsle I.
' ii mating and beautiful. Men ad- r.
In r. We used to think sho and Mr
Sanderson would stir--ly make a
match, but your outh seems to have
appealed to him more thrill the ripe,
.harms of tho widow "
I i banged the subject by meiiitr. ,
nig the bridge club nf win h s)
was a member. Shu remain-d ipf
a while and "told me all tho n -sip."
an she laughingly said b-n
My pride had left mo from show
ing my feelings while sin- a ,-h
me Hut when I reu-hi -1 my ro. n.
I locked the door and shed bit',
t.-ars because of tin thought tlnr
Keith might yet b- fund of Mis I
I.lsle and that was perhaps why h
was at tlmeit l-o stern Willi sic
I told him that night of Mt
Drake's i all. iiImi of what sh-- t-1 I
about Krma being so pi city. T .
mj .lurprisn, Keith flushed and I
. (1 a hit i-mliarriirthcd when I sjo-ke
. f lunching at Durant's.
1 would prefer that ou d ii '
go then to lunch. Vera. Then ..
many qu ur plcaes where It is loi
ter for two such young penpb to
You mean I am not to go ih te
Yes." He t.pnko sternly. 1 in lie
no reply, but was very niis- i thi.
for d lys. 11 nl Mis. Drake k'.o.v i
anything? Was Kepli Hill Pin- h
ing at Durant s with Mrs. Do I.il '
(To bo continued.)
Wo like little chlldun'
tear out utter they git
want. Jo-- Kite s iin-ii wu. hanged '
J-.us v.. f't what w. oild bin I.. -n
one it' 11,' most tinvlitl' jtn' Mio- l JS- 1
t ite if be Ii .dm' t
sejih- III a i.iw-i.ap '""' "' "x
iSin of a Kind,
John did not tome Mralght home
l. e he did not oniH lion c
-fiitt'it The towering form n( h
if loomed iibnv-. him. ss V
s'titu 'ing feet si nht the steps
' Drunk again. ' she gitd -a -
Ill drai ' he 'ep le
sv m I. ban Dial.
Tli tlr Inellrta but 6a not i.mi.
ICpL lilt lir ItcClui. N.w.u.n., (.,.
Soliinlay, Si-pHiiiber .1, I!IJ
rrl-ti.lly st ii s doinin.it.
Hi Cordll K to 11- !' oilo, J i ,
V n is are in o. ip fi. a.-p.
Sal u i ti la advert-.
Men hamlising nw mi
a promising swuy ih.it Rein
shadow prospeilty, esp i
those who deal In worm n -
articles especially alluring .. :
tlz.,1 .( pni-li ,1 la
'ptllril entlirn In ..iir i
Theatera again are subject
most encouraging pl.mrf irv
th it sec ma to profit for tl i
Novel motion plrture epti i
will iiiultlply dining the '
winter, If the stnra am rend i'
Iawyere und liadeis of lm
government affairs -Im-iM In
-:lnlly fortunate while this m,'
This In held t be n lip 1 v wed.'
day, for the stars th it iissutne -peril'
havo power today
Trance and Italy are to m-et s
nus crises for thev .ire suhec
the most mif.'ivor.'ililc ti' in. t irv
Jt plain th
tluencia. Moth cnimtilis w 11 i '
Bent grave diplomatic irohlem)
jaunt now tonus umier ine i
ni tno siare mat niuicaii a lntei ji
disorders and serious national dji
content. Mars and Neptune In the low
merldlan of New Ynrk m-licatc gra n
dange,- of fires and riots
l'eraiuis vihnse l.iitlid ite it Is hir -iho
auguiy of a gui'i.illv success' i
year. The joung will l.avo love .
Children born on this day will
much lespeeted as tiny grow ol ! -and
will make th.ir Ipc-- omit ' r
much .If Ihey make the most of vm it
fate offers them.
TIIK 1'AIIK AVI. NKWS
Weather. Chans hie.
Spo.irtn. SII Hunt Is colnc
round with sil. kn.i: t U-'.ir on
face as a result of t'Miig to Shi
bis face with bis f n r rarer t-.
wat It will feel hue wi-n he r ,
lias to, wi'ii hi .ivs If thats w.t
fecl.s like bu d-jiil i arc h"W loin
lius to wall.
Slssblv. Jllss Mary Watklns -fused
to lake -i vt.iwk vsili .Mi I
rn) .-hooster hint Sund.iv on a. ,
of the bather bawig give It.
bald bedded hair ut and Misa
kins was afraid ln hn mite 1
i ff or nonuthlng and linbarra is i.
rOMIl 1JY SKINNY MAKTIN
The Knd or a !' rfe. k Life
I th.iwt 1 had to - house h-w to !
me niie us I laid in a dicam,
And the way I linked out 1"
moedltly Wan t" be drowned In pure wn p
ped cri am.
IntrlDtlng l'"acks About Intrl' nj
l'i i pic l.oretter Mm-er still t . I
Mtigmg leslns but M.ll net da r .
Nui.s, pe-ss or lima been. i-1
w I- ; oil wait. 20 n a b on S
i..r The I.ew Davis ami D r
SI -iling Co. i Avvertlzcini
wot M) it.vni nt ;o to jaii..
Man Prcfi-rrcd Tt'n Years In liion
to Living With His Wire.
1 . - lo- I i ln.it Tim. i
1. un. ill Chapmnii. 20 years
w is (billed ti vi l.-h to go to prt t
i In yruia by Judge Harry T.
K-id. in recently. Intiad be WITS t
te-icil to return to live wt'h Ills wi
Mrs. Chapman had Ilrrminjk
res'e.l for tailing to support her
her three children and bis -.nc r
"Judge, I'd rather go to tail f
years than In live with my .'
Chiipm.in Kibl. "H-r - luldrrn . e
fresh, they plsk mi mine, and : '
won't coircct them, and besidis i
won't keep the bouse clean."
To whii.li the juilt-c r- vliid- , v,
..-.. v .. .... ... A tl
1 oil .i..- ..... ....... ... ... h.. ... jv.,
....ittr.l I.. tl' lid V-.ll
been on- biviil'-niiF J
y-. ir wne mi - "in. ti i .inn ii
iv ' h lier '
No mio In t -i ri'ir
1 r i c o -s uinl o ir
So Very Easy
Cnll or write today
fall or Willi Ton Y
A J r HUM . Mgr.
-IIT Soulli Main
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