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TT'LSA DAILY WORM), FRIDAY, SKPTKMBKR 0, 1921
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I'IKiNK eooo IMIl Al. I. ItKPAUTMItNT
Dailif Hilttic.nl Quotation
Soph iiiIht I'.
Tli l.i In n faithful saying, and I limn I 111 iiatx I
will Hist t lion n'lirm , immunity, Hint they
which have believed In (In. I might bit careful
In rtiHliil.tlii good works Tllliii III. H.
I'lilth'n meanest deed mom favor bourn
Whole hearts in.. I will iu weighed,
Than bright" t tnmnpiirln, titinlcat prayer,
Willi li bloom their liniir Mini fade.
i --.I. II. Newman.
What Tulsa Imperatively iieedn, (iilti a much
fin It necdti an unlimited mip ply of good, pttrn
water, In harmony n ml good feeling among nil
element which gn Id mnkn tliH flly. Ton Hi nit
n price cnn lin paid fur oven tlin prime ncrxMrtly
of llfr, witter. Tulm cannot ntford, oven In
unciim wiiIit, a campaign of virulence, person
tl 1 1 1 tie nml dlvishitin
Thprefnto The Wnrlit suggoslM In all good
faith tluit Inasmuch an tint water oninmlslnn,
mm posed of honorable and j t r 1 ol I.- olll.pim,
linn rirPil every effort In sou thn oily tlirmiKli
till water crisis, linn employed (lcnerul (Intlmlt
to imilin n nurvry nml prcni'iit nn i-nllmulK of tint
rout of llin Kpavliiiiw priijint, linn now In tlin
field I'tiKlnrri lnr i,ullm jtntliPilni! Mm tl.it .1.
ni'Ct'HHnry for mifh final ri'pnrt uinl I'ntlnmlp,
tliut tin U'ltor ronlrovrri'y lin itropjiDil ppinlliii;
tho final rrpnrl on the Hpuvlnaw project nml
tlin walor rommlHBlim HipnrlPil liy tho pnllrii
rltlKPimlilp (in It ilrncrvcH to lin mipporli'il.
Tho lict Inti'ii'fitN of Tiileu will thus tin itxrvpil.
It In tlin pxpoclntlon Hint tlu I'liclni-i'r'fi report
will lin In hiiml by the lnttnr part of Octolmr at
bit nnit that tlin rlortlnn on tho HimvlnnVir pro
rtoiul cnn bo hold In November. When tlil ilatn
In btfforo tho peipln of the city they will bn In
poiweinton of fnetd nml not mern rumom ami
tepotlH. They run then temler a fair, illnpan.
Hlnnute ilerlHlnn In tho lirenilnex, ami they nhntilil
be nbln In do no ulthnut urlmln.itloim or re.
That muii iIitIhIiiii will n In Ihn IntereHt of
a creator anil more pronperoini ami happy Tilliu,
wo liavo not tin' nllKhtext iloubt. Ami that li
precisely Ihn aim of every loyal Hon nml il.iiluhlnr
of tho community, 1 t u havn pence, nl leant
until nuoh time nn warfaio 1 iinavolilably iiecm.
ciry lij nllitln peneo.
ovi:.v opt or tim: uaci:.
Tho formal announcement of JihIkk Thomim
IT. Owen, Hint bo will not ace It or accept the
democratic nonilnntlou for covernnr next year
Is ranlly tho most Important nml moit hIhuIH
cnnl political announcement of Ihn mimmnr.
I'or muuHui It lia.i been Known that Hie .Mim
koKce man nml foimer cluno iinancl.ita of ( N,
HiiMlii'll, ilmiicil to be the next Rovernor of
Oklahoma, liuleeil IiIh coin mo In the hint cam
jialKn waa hapci! aliuiK Hie llmx of hli well
known ambition. Ami ever Kluce nil ptaim with
reference to tho KUbcrnatnrlal race have laKun
Into connlileratlon Hie Owen camllilaey.
When Owen left the (lore follow ori nml
espoureil tho en tut.) of Scott l-'crrbi he U bo
lleveil to have dug bin political Brave. That ho
boon inn no nideut supporter of I'errln wan due
to the fact tlmt he nonnblncd It mod polltlcn
liellcM'd, that It would Miuoolh IiIh way to thn
KUhernatorlal nomination In ')23 Had thn
uprlnlnK In the i.hiUh of the democrat been
of the ordinary type that would hive been n
mum! political move. Hut tho revolt ngnlniit
1'errln and tho bourbon lnachlii wan not nn or
dinary nffalr any more than wan IIh Iwidom
ordinary men. Their purpnuo wii.h to defeat
Mcott Krrrln. the famotm mo-too" Klnlenmnn,
ami dlncrvillt the liouilion machlno which had
feinted him on the puny.
They nccomplliihcd both pnrpcsion nml they
felt ununually blttor toward Owen, slto hail
elartid with them and deserted lit tho mUlillo
of the campaign; no much no, that ever since tho
tloro demoii.it line reHtraliied thomnelvea
from rxpreming partiality for nny of the tunny
Kubernatorlal candUlatoM until thoy could de
tcrmlno Junt which one they nliotild atlpport In
order to clvo Owen tho tlrklui; they had In
jdcklo for him.
Thn olirnltlcance of tho Owen announcement
in that It contain thn ndmlHMlou that Owen not
only underHtood tho hopoloimnfiui of hln queut,
lillt llkowlae that tho Ouro-Korrla npllt la at
rnuch of a fact today n It was hint November
when 00,000 democrat!', the best anil most In
dependent In tho state, marched to the polln
and voted tho republican ticket an tho only
means of rlddlnp; the ulate of thn bourbon ele
ment which has mlmroverned It for yearn.
It l reported that Owen withhold hln an.
nounceinetit several wcuka whlln friends nought
tho nlil of Hafkell In tho hopes that the an
nouncoment of li la return to Oklahoma would
brl'thten tho skies. Hut tho reaction to m ,.
report that llaskoll would return to tuk. a
hand lit Oklahoma pohttxi apaln wan nnio.
but encouraging, cither to Owen or lua frlvuda.
liiiniP.1nli.lv tho ("lore mn b-rnti r 'Ifnt ,rtt it
f.r lln ri .1 v mii) llnri) wfn aril.l crialT I f I -ll'iiin,
for fiomn of tho bourbon HiipporterH In
tlin l.i nt i ii'nrtljtii illrl lint lif)lnto In let the
publlo hnnw they wr thmiiRh with 1 Innkrll
nn l HnokPlllttm fnrovor.
H"iihltleipii oneii eoniilHor th! Owin ronitn
rlatlon of hln llfp-loni: nmliltlnn to moan that
thin very nbln politician, after nmnnlfiat tha
hnrlnon olnavly, ban noncluiloil that ilemocrntlo
ninpoaii next year In n. hnpaileaa nmbltlon. Th
fnetlonn have not rearhoil an aff.ornmouatlnn,
Whlln tho nmall ropiibllean itiinertMoa of tlm tout
campaign have hrmiirht illanptinlntmant to both
rrloiiil.1 ami foon, iho ltd romnlna that the
tomnernlln party In In mm h wnrtM ronelltlnn
for tho oni Inn fray thnn It wan for th lt.
'Hio warning from (lomoernllr aniiriea U n
eral. "No rnnti In ih flat ebmiait or ernnactil
Willi the MoberUvin adtnlnlatratlnn ii"il bppty
for nffleo "
Ami If no mnn formerly Montlflen with party
AfriiUa neeil npply, from whnnra nnlat rorno
tile Mnwi? That In Iho umillon. Tlaeatitm
thero ettlntn no man avallahl v bono onnne
tlori with one fneilmi or tha oilier la not oaally
trneeil, anil mirn Miieh ennnoellnii to flfoil if)ina
fm Hon will bn at bin throat. It la a furl that
It la to n republican tlin! tho (lorn rternorrnlii
ara Inoklim for K'leeeaa. Ami In arblttlnn In
the (ore ilnmneraln Ihoro are at leant Ift.'iftO
oilier ilemormln whim eyea are Itirnail In tho
Tlian ilatnnrrala tnltlnr? part In the nominat
ing primary are nlinoat rerlnln In thrnw their
MlrmiKlh lowaril'i tho nomlimtlon of n ilttnoa
rr.it who f ti In, eimlly benlen In III nleetlon.
If thn nnmliintlni; primary worn tomorrow
Trnpp woulil eanlly rweure Iho oovetoil prlne.
Ami h wnubl be ili fentdil In tha ennilltiaf elee
tlon far worno lliin whk Heolt Kerrla. Owen,
nklllml ami oxperlnnecit In pnlltlen, linn enr
leetly reml Ihn hIiiiim ami tokenn. lln In out of
II. Thero U o bn nnotlmr alaUKhlnr by (lorn
men, n further manau'ro of Ihn bnurbrmi Tom
Hven refunen to ho Iho victim.
Till! COST PLUS SVSTI'.M
A well-known wrller fit a recent ntory on tho
changeH which han occurred In the ImltiHtrlnl
H)ntrim, miyn that among other thl nun which
havn iau,pil for gooil In the cont phln I'yulem.
That In tine ami the country nhonld fellrltnto
that It In true. It h probably an Ineontrovorlablo
rttnlement that the lnlillltotl coiit ilun Hyntem
of Koverutneut contracting iibHorbod unner'n
narlly nl leant to rnita of every dollar wrung
from Iho pocketbnokn of tho American poo pin
Tor tho condm t of tho wnr; that Ita adoption by
the noverntnent not only permitted but forced
IIh up rea i I Into private nffalrit mid eontrlbuleil
to an ' ii it 1 wanton wiml" In evury form of con
Ntrucllou then exlnnt,
Tho coal plus nynletn p'lVcd Ihn way for tlm
mdlcnlH of labor to make common cnuno with
the contrnrtorn, thuii wttlng nfoot nn emllea-i
chain of IndufetiHlblo contn which mounted high'
er until at hint the great consuming publln could
no longer loleratn thn burden.
It wait llie cost plus nynletn which foun
datloned thn varlotiii building cnmblnatlnns and
grnft lings which havn nlnco been uncovered.
HIty-two Individuals ami corpora'lotwi. said to
bn largo building trndo conrern-a, wore Imllrled
bv federal grand July In New York last week.
The ro.it plus nynti'm made their mnehln.itlnn.s
Thn specific contract nyntem of conslructbm
Is coming back Into general pmetleo. That
eonlrnctor unwilling to undetlako n pleco of
construction work according to plans and
tipeclflcatlons and for a dialed price, giving
bond for bin pet fornmnre, either docHU't tinder
ntand his hiiHlneBn or Hecks nn opportunity to
grnft. The cost plus njntem Is nn open Invita
tion to the profllgatn ami urn onsclonable to pad
pay rolls, buy on the highest market ami mtiko
the work cost mi much nn poiilbliiun Invita
tion that rarely goeit unaccepted.
If It hns Itutned passed never o return tl
eotintiy la to be congratulated.
We cannot help wnndctlng If that 112.000,
000 tuning hi tho beet Mr. "I letl-nnd-Marlah"
lmwes can get out t)f tho four and a half bit
lion dollar pot 7 lly ltwf tho snvlng look llko
iiotuetlilng, but when mntcheil up ngulnat the
pot It looks Ilk n penny atttl In a millionaire!)
Mr. UtnUer wants" to know If anybody can loll
htm of imiiip one wanting to buy a prefeolly
good wooden Hhlp or two. Speaking only for ft
vary moderato Hcrtlon of tho uithweat, we don't
know of any such ponmu. When anything be.
comes too expensive for thn tTnlted Hlatra gov
rrnment It'n a tnlghly good thing to let atone.
Tho lengue of tuitions says lt' going right
abend with Itti dHirmiuuont plnns regardloaa
of Mr. Harding's llttlo psrly. The league of
nnttoiui In onvenllon fianombled remind) on
of n bunch of little glrld plaing dolly.
Ilxpurlenee ban taught us that dawn Is a
good time fur three tlilngn fishing, mowing
the lawn anil piano practice.
it was In Ballnn, Kansas, that a policeman
got fired for making a fiun play at a apeed
r.Mit mi mm;.
(Copyright, 1M1. by Udgnr A. finest.)
llelleve In hlrt promise until he breaks It,
llelleve 1 1 1 tit honest until he lies
Honor his name until ho in a ken It
A s mbol for conduct which men despite.
llelleve him fair till ho deals unfairly,
lie ban a right till ho pruieg untrue
To bo mot as a inntt who will meet you
He should bu Judged as ho deals with you.
Hlvo him yuur faith until It Is rdiaken,
Trut him until ho betrays our truat,
Take his word hh you'd have yours taken.
Lot your dealings with him be Just.
i51t hint credit for fair club .not
M tt... htm otii ti lend f.i ' i . tr .
Hi i . . .i ,i s nr 1 1 n- '
to-and l.,i t i. t i ': hi . , ,.. , v
Mr OTIS 'OIIKI.V,
Wit arii prrfn-tly will ng to try anythlne for
nnpnrllrieiitiil urpo.'. I. it' we doubt If 'IK lis
an abbreviation f.,r iiklabomit will hmtm mull
".Utiles of Husan II. Anthony, nilwibelh fady i
Rtanton nml I.inruti.i Molt hav biun given
thiilr iiiiihmI bath. Thei 1 no mo advnniag'i
In being a statue.
Tw-o nit'llrlttpM for mayor In Ha (ml pa hive
announced that they will not conduct a. mii'k
raking campaign, and the promising tb.iiK
niiout it is that both men talk with convlti. tog
A Kansas girl own up that nhe known, noth
Ing about golf. "Why." ahn tells the Welling
ton New a, "f wouldn't know whlh end or Ho
cuddy In take hold of when I got ready f
Tho girl nn Mouth Main aayn hn Ima about
reai hed the coni liislnn that so long aa tine is
eiigng'd to one man It doe not pay to go Joy
riding with thoao other fellows who liang,
around tho corner! for a chance to Invite bit !
to try out their tars. j
Itepnrla etn to Indicate that all pu'dt -nrhonln
opened peaceably, and we have wbnti
riitnnis to be accurate Information that Die
threatened trouble In thn Tulsa school wb. ii i
Hupnrlntenilent Onerholtzer make hln roll-lop,
storking Int'pocllon Monday will bn avoided.
A. Munkogen grocery cnmimnv has IiiohkIii
milt In the fi derul court to recover 111,0.11 1 1! I
from a New York concern Involved In the pur
ehaan of a lot of "Virginia linre" wlno which
tho company wan unable to sell. The grniery
i.iinpany ateemii to bellovn that tho wine was
giinrantiid to have a HuiMtnntlat ktck like
Mnllil, the mule, and they til. I not discover that
It In In flint milder than spring water until nfter
Ibey tried In vnln 1n imt It on thn Okahoma
mnrket. Hereafter that grocery company will
probably serine the sirvlcen of an official
t.isiii l fore tl Luis any more wlno.
Uaromclcr of Public Opinion
ii ti t Snmniillia" Agtiln.
IMItor World: I would llko to sny "Hurrah
fot lite lliiioiiieter of l'ulillc opinion.' It openv
llie wiy ror us to get the slews of the public on
different subjei In n thing mote d -sired In
many than what the edltm Is thinking hlniH If
No harm no ant. Mr. IMItor.
Todav we have a very Interesting letter from
Mrs. William llumiell of Hickory, which we know
to be Inn , it letter telling of il'iplora tile ion I
Hons at Hickory, Just out of our rlty Wo n l
know these londltions exist In many nthrr
plaoen Where ant our county offlceri? Mow
i a n illy officers hnndln a situation thoy arc
placed In' It is astonishing they have le en
nbln to keep down crime as wnllann they have,
when car after cur runs out only a mile or two,
tanks up ami comes yelling In. making It un
safe for reapei table people to meet them. Then
tho poor obi iiiiich-iihuseil oops must havn the
hlainn ns they tin in nil things. Now It seems
to me any man with an nunco of brains would
know It wan Impossible to clo.m up any town
when Kin gnloro Is to bn had of all grades by
only u little inr ride, outsldo the city limits.
They ciimo in at nil bouts of thn night. Why
In thin hi to go on 7 Tho rltUeim and city of fl
eets hnve lo bear thn brunt, nml it In not Junt
Mr New 1C. IC. K.'a now Is your rhanco to
provn to the general public If you .ire a fake
bunch of automobile protective outfit or arn
you the teal thing Are you listening to tho call
of the whip-poor-will'' Then Jump tight over
to Mm llussnll's aid at Hickory. That's what
the Us are supposed to do make things right
for the Innocent whom thn law falls; protect
the helpless, I'linlsh all luw-bro.ikurs, rich or
poor. This hnti evor been my Imprcmlon of
They come bv night unasked, unpaid antl
make It right for those unable to help them
selves, nml no true. Innocent man net tl fear
them. As for Inking out supposed inr thieves
and I. en tint: them up, that iiatimls Jakey, and 1
am sum I voice the opinion of two-thirds of
Tulsa when I say "them are many car owners
and car ill Ivors In this town who ib'sorvcs n
harder beating, Inr ami feathers, than any car
thief I've ever known. Why? llocauso the
tecklessly take human life ami make tho live.i
of women, children ami cripples a living hell.
Driving like mad fools up ami down crowded
streets, especially big days, one would think cars
had Just been Introduced In this town und wu
weru bound to exhibit chenp stuff. Mr. IC. K.
another bint for you Plenty you cnn find to
tlo for humuoltv's mkn all urouuil you. We
would love to bellevo In v oil suys vnnr
A I' NT HAMANT1IA.
Tulsa, Sept. 5.
Some Mini Wonls.
IMItor World: Just a vortl to jolt to voice our
appreciation of your paper whlln wo vvero out
on our camping ttlp this summer. Of course, wo
always apprei lat The World lit all times
level yono does) but when wn were away out In
tho Willis it wiih then that "Tho World" bucatne
atuost human companion, indeed, and even
inoro than that.
Now thai the outing Is over (anil tho children
will soon be back In school) I must toll you
briefly ubout a pan of our camping trip this
Hoason. 1 iiiii sending it to you tor your paper.
O'tfr grent trips many h.ivo raved
They've all sounded good to mo
If only INI known, then hs now
I wanted to learn 'camp llfo' Ma
1 goon (let Idcd to go
Thi summer we, under n tont
A few weeka of "unallojcd bliss" (7)
la what campln' out meant to mn
Of course tho'.t it would bo groat fun,
Summer to llvo out In tho nlr.
On sunbeams and nrecicct galore!
Than thla wo did not ncrJt but got
Haiti In torrent fell every day.
Noah never had such a flood!
Delightful etoppy utff, bah! Potiictll
Twister oft camn; how they'd blow.
Wnil, rain and ruin seemed our lot.
All kind ot Ipse ta bites, Jigger.", too;
May be that' somu fun alas, no.
And behold them' peat day and night
ting. Bet Into nn font) and drink.
From going to bed. skceter Here;
Their forked Ioiikucs into my fare:
Up and down- back nnd forth again:
All exhausted and worn out, thon Its
I'd mot eould have oulil not Bleep, then
Daylight dawned i d attempt to rise
nusdns around, swarming, Oh my
Tor those vvb ! not know - h mo
not t be
i.i i: nt vi- n.'.r.rt
IViy not a Jay
The Revolt of Vera
111 .I.VNU PIIU.PS
Illuces ('.ills Vera Homo.
Over and over to mysolf I saltl:
"I will not go away anil leave
ICelth to spend his vacation with
Margaret unci Allen Do l.lsle"' Kven
should business keep him In town
through the week, hp would be euro
to bo with them for tho week-ends.
Tho very thought was unbearable.
Whlln 1 was not at all tactful. I
hud learned to be moro careful
about expressing mysolf. So I said
nothing of the revolt In my heart,
but waited until Keith anil I should
be alone. Then I would tell him that
nothing on earth would make me
I woulil toll him that night before
wo went down to dinner.
At l o'clock a messenger bov
tapped on my door. Tho maid bad
sent him up with a telegram Mv
heart seemed to stop beating ns I
saw thn yellow envelope o soldom
seen by me.
'I'omo at once, father very III.
Mrs. Do l.lnlo, my anger at Mar
garet, even my feeling for Keith,
were all In abeyance ns I road,
"Margaret"' 1 cnllud.
"Ves, what Is It?"
"My father Is very sick. I'leane
telephone Keith tn come right up. I
must go bom tonight. '
Without question Margaret did as
I asked. At the tlmo I did not no
tion the ii n ii soi h 1 alacrity with which
she acceded to my request. After
ward I rci ailed her altitude.
"Can I help you pack?" she
etnrtletl mo bv her offer.
"Ves no I shall tako only a tow
" letter be senalblo and take your
trunk. When there Is illness one
never knows how long they will be
It was n sensible suggestion, ami I
followed It 1 was nearly ready in
go when KcithTame hurrvltiK In. He
bail stopped at the station and se
cured my ticket and sleepinu aceom
m. illations. I would g on the train
leaving at midnight
I r . hi lil :i t cat anv dinner but
I''ia'1 Orgatuirii tabor ha$ iff day,
i . ti ' J., f , 'A r' ' "ca(;.MCtl l&"'tnr,r-Tv' .- t" " A-V
Keith insisted the maid put up a
dainty llttlo box for me
You may feel hungry beforo ou
sleep, und nrJt be nbln to get nn
tlung on tho train anything you
could eat anyway." ho said when 1
expostulated, saying I couldn't
llo was so kind, so sympathetic all
tho evening, that It made It hard to
leavo him. Margaret too seemed to
go out of her way to do little things
for me, while the two children were
keenly Interested ami sympathetic.
is your father old llko grandpa
was'" isiotia asked.
"Not quite as old, dear, but never
has been aa strong n your grand
father was. I dltl not add that he
had been obliged to work harder,
that we had been poor, very- poor
compared to the Sandersons.
"If he tiles ou will be all right
cause your clothes nro blat k," she
Tears gushed to my eyes. Child
though sho was, shn had brought
the possibility of loss home lo me.
I hail trletl to put tho thought of a
serious result of father's illness from
tin1. Hut now 1 robbed unn strain
etlly for a few moments, and Olorla,
frightened at the effect of her in
nocent remark, wept with me.
Keith took nie In his arms and
soothed me. Then we went up to
our apartment nnd stayed ulono un
til time for me to Jniive. Margaret
was still up anil wan very kind, send
ing messages I" Sallle, and express,
ing the hope that I would flntl fath
It was hnnl to leavo Keith, ami
I clung to him until he very nearly
was tarried' off with me. Ho hntl
Inslnted I take Hi., lunch box, nml
had bought me some fruit besides. I
would reach home nhout 10 o'clock
the following morning
I was too anxious, too restlcsn to
sleep. Anil In the very early morn
ing my young, healthy, appetite ns
soiled Itself and 1 ravenously ato
every bit or tho lncheotii I felt a
little shame that so prosaic a thing
is hunger should oicur to mo when
father was so 111.
Sallle was at the station
I ' He Is alive," she said in answer
U.i my questioning; look, "but no bet
, tcr." Then ns wo redo homo in the
The Young Lady
Across the Way
Jitney she to, me of his Illness. H,.
had hail a slight stroko at his desk.
Ho h.itl not rallied from It as he
should, and the doctors feared an
othnr, anil that It would be fatal.
"They say he had no ref.lst.ince."
Sallle added. "Poor dad1 No won
der th0 way ho has worked for all
of us. No vacations, no good times.
Mother In terribly broken up. He
as cheerful ns you can, Vera. It
will do us all good If you are bright
And I do hope you have something
to wear beside black. It was fr.nl
. .h for juu to put on heavy m unii
.ng f"r Mr. Sander-..!. "
' Margaret Insisted Ami yen, I
have one white ilres In my trunk."
"Wt 'I wear It all the time. It Us
depressing to si e you In black"
. wi , r 7sa, -- I, trhm
1 7 .3 Mil! IIH
IMPROVE FIRE DEPARTMENT
New Truck N nil the Way and lire
S'' Ul ti The World.
- , mni'
i l(iU-i ) iiliiiJ
I ii'.i, m pt.
tins week bv tho Ado, fire depart
ment, at which time officers were
I." ted nnd sevcial changes inado
In the departmont system. New men
w.te added to the force and It Is
believed that a belter organization
than ever beforo Is now being per
fected. Ttcgular meetings will be
held each week, It Is reported.
A new truck Is expected to arrive
in a week or two, whlib will make It
poss.ble In d'spense with the lltt'e
i nk now being used. The new ad
1 i o t th. force nmv make the
1 i it ' to hi,., a menil . t ship of
' "l i" 'v i all men b'ins the
v -' ' ' a r v( "-.e wa
!'. ' I- , 'vii t
A 4 t Jal itO'l
nr. a ij.l.i n.
11 11,1 t.Uaiil Tntnuia
- - - - - - - . - . . . T . O I
- i . . . - -i i .-j .71 rt f 1 I - b.i
for organifd capital?
My cuzlri Artie was erround yen
tnlday and we t.iwked nhout dlffcr
t nt .vibjeeks stiti.li as weather mun
kle.s feel mm h llko people and
weather It would bo convenient or
unconvenlent to have .1 legs in a
race, antl Artie offered to swap me
his new klto for my rubber band
ball. Wlch I wouldent, and Artie
sod, Woll then I tell you bis wat,
lets c'ti'ii rite a will saying we'll Iccv
them to each other In case either of
us gets killed unlxpcctedly or eny
thing like that.
Wlch wo did, Arties will being:
I-ullcs and gentlemen to whom
It may concern, 1 lienrby awaro on
my dying will that If 1 am found
ded or permanently unconshUs for
eny reason Kenny I'otts can have
my red and blue kite Ituioodlng the
tale and string combined. Yours
truly. Artie Allxandcr. And my will
This Is to serllfy that If I am ran
over by a let- wagln, flro engine or
so forth, or fall off of a roof or out
of a window or down a elevator
shaft or so foith, or brake my neck
by having a safe or a lco box or a
piano or so forth como down on it,
this Is to sonify that my legnl run
zin. Artie Allxnntler can havP my
rubber band ball. I lespic lively,
W nil after wo had roto them
Artie sed, Hut heck, C. wizz, these
alnt eny good unless wo get a vvlt
nlss to sine them, and I ted. (5, thats
lite. III get ma.
And I took the 2 wills up to ma's
room ware she was darning holes
out of socks, banding her mlno ferst
and saying. Hay ma, will you slno
this as a wltniss
Wli h ma red It and then Jumped
up all Ixcltcd and torn It up antl
then she made some nrmatln spirits
of ammonia ami quick drank it and
then she gavo me 3 fcarse cracks to
start with and another one every
lime I started to Juplane, and she
wouldent leevo mo go out eny moro
all day on in ount of n.xsalents.
Plane Victim Will llis'iucr.
MONTOOM HI! Y, W. VA Sept.
Corporal Alexander ('. Hazelton.
1. S. A . airman vi h. ie..u .1... ....t..
one of five to escape death when tho j
Martin bomber in which thev vvero
flying from Chat lostim to l,.mcpy t
field. Va , crashed at Twenty Mile I
t reek list Saturday, will recover, the
attentlimr physi.ian saltl todav. I
Sillie Advises Me
a. -a meeting wn hold
Mr. T.emmtf, Xll -j
- - - .....c, nr.iuu-
atlon iss.iy, "We've Left lit' Hay nn'
th' Ocean Lies llefot e l's," bai k In
1313, Is fresh In th' memories of our
people, has ncooptod a position ns
lantlscine irardi ner fei- ill .-mn
Iflllln' untlon. Ike ln k uu.i held up
jlast night and robbetl o' $inj in' a
I gold wat, h, but ai In k wmld turn
he d left u half pint at homo on
Ta atva Inrlln but Aa not
iCBHIIU.r UcClul. N.w.V.
I I'rlilay, Scptf-mls-r ft. I nj (
1 ITP nd'.y olnrs riiu '
'lontiiiattng power, a , i .
trology. While Nepto, ,
are lit strongly hem f.,
un m mlveisc,
l It Is a tlmo when r.
i enterprises of t very nort . , ,
i a strong Impet un. 1
, tern are helped by thm ,a,
At this tlmo phyairiite: . .
I gnonn aro likely to c m o u .
; attention for the stars j. .
ilkated that epidemics w, i .
thin autumn. It in pot , . .
I for offlct rn In the annv ..;
j Hons in command of in. t
do woll not to ext n In.. (
while thla rule preval'
Soldiers are to hi m fit ' .
j la t ion or from some nat
WhRtovrr dein, intls ivn r
ant) mental balun 'e n" . t
! pushed today, for the pi r. .
I recilon ta most promising
I Marn glim lensoti t i i ,r .
atlalnmunt In all cons'm .
, I ...
The president nnd h.s i
1 trntinn tiro subject to Ho- ' .
slblo sway of the stats a' t
even thoukh many Vexing ,
, mutt bu sulvnil.
This is not a favorable a
offlt e-st ekein or for pi .a
'apply for positions, as t
nupposcd to cnuwvl.ill nit , . ,i
p ne favor to be arrog.iv ,
Hinblen tle.itlm appear to r
shadowed Mill ami inan
vi III end their careers.
Diet will become more thon
a matter of careful ntudv a !
anxiety, the Beet dorian
l'raneo and Italy n:ill sr-r
ftubji t.ted to InflutncMS tn.r v
duci serloUH Internal dtffn u'
I'eton:i whose blrthdnt" i -expt
ft a year of more than n.
S... . i u can- Khould bo tak a ,
Children horn on thin d.n
make quick progresn in an..- .
they may choose. They arc si
to Virgo antl nro likely to bp
templative and industrious,
There Are Hut Two
Words in the College
MY NO It A COM4 SKINS '
"Mr. Kdwards ' mid the fr , .
boy to his housoniotlu r, "ha-
voiabulary Increased gr(a.
you iu. i.o to llvo with us'"'
.She laughed and replied
"nn the contrary, I find It
!y reduced and that there ai.
two words In the Hngllflh lai.gna-
and those words uto 'd"p.
Sho continued: "What Mope
doesn't cover, 'stuff does, from ti..
sentiment your sweetheart txpri.t
or tho philosophy your profca.- . ex
pounds, to the most delicate d r
1 can have served. 'What s. " '
stuff Is this vie are eating-" WKit
kind of dope did I.oulse hand i..
last night?' 'Dltl you get tha '!!.
tho prof, was giving us this t.i
lug? Thero seems nothing ttr
those two wonderful words ill!'
cover, nnd I believe I hear tlo t a
thousand times a day. So tn. v
i.'ibuljry Is shrinking Instead .f
Dwelling, you see."
Which Is all truo, laughab.e, a' il
Some how rollcgn rftudentn m .
themselves understood to each .-
ami aro satisfied, but whan
vtm rgo from tho class room t"
with men of tho world ai the lu.
the pulpit, and In general bu- t
conversation, what's to beenm.
them? Thev are awkward
lame, stuttering and ptamnnnns
A woman of some note uo.i
most worthy Ideal is wording t .
prove our Kngllsli'speet h Sh.
undertaken a man h size Job an '
fear, will not see very great
Yet every effort must help a lr
The boys and glrjs who so
stoutly uso words like "tlopi
"Huff" really do know Hume
words though jou'd never gu .
Later they will be zc ilotm ii, ,
fort to iceall the vocab'tl.i c
hit lain dormant these f .. it
but the use of good Hnghsli nnf
from practiie anil they wil'
the past that hn.1 registered a 'J-
liven If these two words itc v'r
fottly good Ilngll.sh It would ). .
wise to work them to death
variety might be had with n r.'
others that convey the cam
thought. Slang Is a lazy habit I' d -''I
i all for much hi.uns and It . r f'1'
no cflort reason enough 1 i ''J
Thero nro times when sl. s U
apropos, nnd used with pool '
riirrlos a thought sivlftii -f d "'t'1
more ful'cu til. in tlocs eltgii' LIS
Hsh. "Whenever." says Thorn - ' tr
son, "bv small gramma' i ' -
eencca tho energy of an id i in
bo condensetl, or a unl I ' '"7?
to stand for a Henten -e. I
grammallcnl rigor In coii'cn i'
And Henry War. 1 ra ecln . ik-
' ing to ono who had the nud ' ' '
l"lnt out grammatical in ' '
I termon of his, said- ,
"Young man, when th" 1 ' 1 '
I language gets in my wa. r 15
I tarid a chance."
i Hut this Is dnngerous .- rf
1 Modern America doisn't n. . i h
'told that 'elnng. jWiu'i" irl'
oulallsms are pernio-' '
us d with can- Thrv n.-.l ' ''
n l uted that all license m -' '
. n ' .yed w 1th tnr .!' at' .
.'.ing up the nol,. .Hi '
... t .1 o ol iN ' d t.i " lltl'l
in gains too far
MUST CUT DOWN EXPENSES
Count) Kvi'lfo Hoard Has a Hi.
ii limning IMIniato.
Fpr. Il t.i Tho World
I l Sept. x wih th. v
' t It. law. ire r ount v n t p I
state board of eqtialt.ii."' .i
statutory limitation ns t.i "
after carefully conslde .n- '
m 1 1 la hi o assets, the . o'iup
b nil found there would 1. 1
tor coiuethltig like 1 1 " .'
of tho revenues cpi l
county estimate was m 1
duced that much.
Tho prlnclpnt redi. t t
were as follows: l'r. rn t"
, tlmate, 1,000 was talun '
dlstrltt court funds f o
witnesses, a cut of i t ."o"
'sheriff's office. 11." 12
Judge's office. $66S, '
J3S0: from the Grove
from coun'v sup" i intend-"
J19'. , fr. m iid"WR ' I
fund Jtue coun'j 'rtanu.
cuun y atiorn"). $115.