The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 99, Ed. 1, Monday, January 5, 1920 Page: 4 of 10
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TULSA DAILY WORLD MONDAY JANUARY 5 1920.
1'i.bllitifJ r.ffrT Mortiinx Inclining rfiitnlay
I5Y THE WOULD PUKLISHING CO.
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....... ChUf r.'IIKint Wrllar
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f 0 I.ARHON ...
onu i.ortos ...
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Th ai.atM l'ra It n.ally anlllti-d In U
eie (or rrfeiblkallon o( til dlajiatrbei fH
II n eot olhrl. .rr.lllM In Ihli pfr ari.l alao !
loral nawa pnbtlaha btreln
HUMCRHTlON HATK8 DAILY A Nil HUNHAYi
On Yaar .
.. . .17 AO Thf Mentha
B.7S One .Monlb ..
....If. JO TbfM Mentha
.... 3.75 Or Mu'ith . .
Ore Yaar SJ.IO ffli Manlna I M
I1T OaKIUKII IN TDUU HIND lUMUNUlA KKNIMI.I.
AMI. IIHI1 KflUK
I't Mnnlh. In Aitaanta
l'r Yr. In ltttirn
AVKIUOS NBT I'AII) tUHt'ri.ATION OK TUB T ''."A
n.iT.T ai usihy wom.ii kou tub mon-iii
OF DKfiKMIIKII tlltll WAS S47ft7.
1 K li. B'OII elreulalUin mir iln eolrmnly aaar
thai the aairi nt l flreulatlon of Ihe Ilall
Smlajr Werlrl (or tha rnenlh "I liaramrar ItflO "
'J 177 to Ike wit of my tixiolnlm ami b.l '
n k. 11:0 it.
RuhkrrlliM ah I (wrn before ma Una 31a! ila; of I-
fruiter mill. MAtlKI KKIM
My anmniUalon eirttraa (rrlnbar 17 1031.
I'lIONH 7oOOl'Oll Al.I. ni3IAIlf.Mi:NTll
Q Daily liiblictd Quotation
.MONDAY .lANI'AUY ft.
lid Unit npnrml not IiIh iiwii Hun hut lu-
livri him up fur uh all how nhull Im mil with
ttltn nlfo freely i;lvn tin nil UiIiiiih? Hotii.
.My mull imlc wluit tlioil v Itt
TIkiii olitiMt not Ixi Uio-tiolJ;
MIiicm III uhii lituml fur ttto ho npllt
W'lmt clo onu lio wlthliulil?
t.ortl Inutmiito our fulllt l.ttko 17:5.
IiIAIIII.ITY ItATIIKIl 'I HAN ASSI7I'.
Tlin olono of tlio your l!ll! fotinrt tin) Inuiku
of tlm country rtiorlltit; mi liiurnum of 1 2 1.
000000000 over Hip mont ironiriroiii provloim
your In tlio lilrtlory of tlio country. Tlio conii
trollcr of tlio trciiMury wiw In tlm report uti
oplttnlatla iiowh ntory n viewpoint Unit Uto
tlioiililitk'fn will rouillly xharo
Hut Uto Rtudont of economy read In tlio flg-
uruH ii tucnaUuK liability nithor tlmn an iixfiat
to liout nf. In thn flrut pint" ho fltfitron urn
Inrnpiililo of roKlntorliiit nrniinitoly on Uto liu-
ittiin lir.tlti. Tlio uvnriiKo litlnit illntulniri tliont
wltlioiit tlio UioiiKht tli.it lirrti Is woultli loo
"tupcinlouH to tiu uiitilyzoil. And tliu iivortico
ntlml In qulln rlnltt.
U httu only lii'nn a few y.irH Blnuo 1000
vtii coimlitprcil n fortune. Then wn bciriin to
fiiliilllarlZH ouimilvim with tlioorotlcnl iiiIIIIoiih.
Only n very fnv tnon woro conulilprfld In iho
nillllotmlru oIohi 20 yi'iirn uko. Tintny every
Nlntv cliilttiR Nrorun. Alntont nvnry nnlKlitinrhonit
buuHtrt oii0 vucli.
An u mtttttir of nlinoluto fuot tlio inlltlonalro
1 n.liiiont un raro na ever. Ami Uknwlnn wo
know us nn ntisoltitn fnot Unit no Incrciuig of
12 1.0000u6000 In the hunk oponlt.i or r-
unurciirt either nf Iho Imtikx of Alitcrlni Iiiih oa-
imrrvil ilurlue llio Innt 12 mnnlhx when uotinil
value Im coiiMlJorctl. Ami thern It tlio vital
Thero Iium been tin Inflation of valueH ropro-
semtt'd In Uto aunt by this tippaUInc ntrliiK o( f Ik-
urort. That lnflntlon lit rofleotod In ithooa
uptlnnt $n Hhoea of tlio former purlotl; In 23cnut
utiKtir HtriiliiHt lO'Ceut misar of the former po-
rtoil; In J100 milU Haltitit (30 nulla of thn for-
mer perlinl. Ami ho on ml Infinitum. Hut not
utm cent of mltleil actual vnltto lit ropremiutail
The country Iho ontlro world 1 on n f.ilite
n flutltlotiH ami extmimily dniiKcroua tiaala. Ue-
flouted not only in flnuneo but In luduntry mo.
ulety and family ctiHtotmt. Tho banker rouutlni;
hlM Htirplurt above tho nniount fixed by law
readily BmnU ranh credit to thn next uinn who
applied for funds with which to finance another
btory on tho pyramid of "pronporlty." Tho
Kovoriinietil through the secretary of the trean
ury with authority to insuo treasury noteii
aRHliikt Htt ntergcney; or tha federal ri'Borvo
beard prnctlctni; a fystnm of financial pyni-
uililing niton more piumbiea In pay. and tho
hole made In tho batik balance by the banke.m'
Innt loan U more than filled up. Ho the bank
reportK Increaaed iimets.
Theoiotlmlly tho treoiiury notes Usued by
tlio ecrctary tiro temporarj'. And they ore.
They return to the treaiiury and ure robwued.
Tho bonded Indebtedness of the United Slate
approximate (30000000000. Itrnlf a liabil-
ity. Yet it la reflected on tho atinet rihlo of thn
balanco JhBBt fur l haa been converted Into a
clrculatitiK medium or partially mi.
'J'hcrn have been two financial conletiU for
nouiid money In tho I'nlted Ktutn iho Kxeen
baak content and that nRiln. free l)ver in
IS3C. Yet thn country I today very larxely
ptnotlclHK the InliiultleM Mhteh the people ron-
duiuud III each of thrwn campaigns.
It U no real service to dtre(rrd this matler.
It la nrnvo. Not u banker or financial iiuthnrii;
In America but known that thero must bo de
flation and readjustment of values. Thu longer
It la put off the morn ecrloua wilt bo tho con-
boqurncea wlion It docs come. A a first rtup
the Congrats fchould immodtatrly wlthdniw from
tlto eeoretary of thu trcaiury tho authority to
Ittui notetf Jireonbacliti. That'll what they are.
And Imiiim oiittniidlng Mhoiihi not only be called
In. hut rliuuld be dealroji-d onue thry ate In
In til l connection the federal reserve hoard haa
a duty lo (M i f. r n. thai it lutinot ulwaj.i Ignore.
ivc uL.h to hanK no crepe. hat wo aak la a
w'.ium of common uenao and a roturti to prac-
tical conservatism. What wo demand Is that
stiiitiT.e:! fjult Jlshtlr.!; tyraptorr.s aad sddrers
thcmsclvs heroically to tho dlacaso. ItscI
'ii:.vh ii:.MocncY TiiitivrcNr.i).
The country haa been wont lo amllo Indul-
gently when overcnlhitnlaallo Kcntlemen havu
fnrecjMtnd ihn ilownfall of democracy In Texan.
Hut when a uroat Texan nnwupnper llanlf a
pillar of detnoerney In Oil fona Blur atatn fee-
tlniiily alale audi a immtlblllty It I'l tlm In-
ilftflil to llatnn with reapert.
The llouxton I'oat under tba caption "Ho-
publlrjtn Activity In Texae" haa thla to aay;
Tlieie la no teanon why a denitierul ahoubl
otijael lo tli Hfforta the tepuhllian.i nro
niahln to tevlve Ihnlr parly In Tnxaa. The
truth of tha mailer l III" ureal ilemocratlo
iirepnnderanen In Texaa la morn apparent
Tha operation of tha primary lectlnn law
hna unttrin iiille h number nf rapithllcaria
In Ihn habit of p.irllelpalliiK In that
laetlon of detiioerutlc cuiidlttatea tha raaaon
ImlriK that thny trgarri ilia notnlnen nf tlm
primal y iih Kond aa elected ao they want to
havn a vole in electlnx n K'tvernor. And.
viAUik In Ilia prltnnrlea they An not bo to
Iho polla at the regular election.
In thla way thnuaatida of repuhllrana have
eonm lo be regarded aa dninorrntri. They nre
tlemoerata In alata eltxillona but not In
The laxncaa of party nffllliillotiM at Ihla
lime haa enabled Hie rapuhllcntig to reertilt
liberally from demncmtlo nuika and thniiKh
they rln not expe.l In elect ;l Knvernnr of
lexHa. they will airlve to tret out im elronK
a vote na piMtalhle In 1881 lllnlno received
iipwarda of !i0000 vntoa In Texaa. McKln-
lav not lno.non iii 8!g ami 110000 in iooo.
but Mtuna nf iheae were Kohl ilHmnurala.
Ir the repiiblleana will keep out of Iho
Ifiuncrullc piliniirlea Ihey might by pultlitic
ti ati nine ticket nf reproeentnllvo men In tho
field mitaler up a creditable vote. There
triliat be 800.0(10 old-time repulillcina In thn
otale. If Ihey wrnilil only iptallfy lo vote and
ir the oondltlona ahould prove favorable
they mli'ht mnltn imporUnl iiaina from tho
In I0J4 the realignment of vntera mriy
havn proeeede.l to the point where Ihn otd-
tlmn hrttlal inajorltleti will dlanppenr. Two
ralrly balanced parllea would make for hol-
er ipivoriimetit tin ii one ura.itly predom-
Inn nt parly racked by a aplrlt of faction.
Three htiinlred thottaand republlaina In
Texaal Who belleye It? it mlfcant ton
nun ino t-nai eiimirlal doea not contain a word
of dtipreMlon ovr euch a potmlblllty. Verily lu-
lernattoniillHtir' um dnnu Ila work well!
.Mi:yii.(; hnoijA.vd'h iu:ma.vds.
Ihh 'orld iIi.ik tint want In appear na a
Jlucoj It haa not th0 nllhteat dlaposltlon lo
atlr up iinlmtmltlea Inward I5nKlatid. It onn-
aldorM a friendly telatlonahlp with tho Ilrltleh
nation a condition vory much to bo dealred.
Hot It recocnlzc that tor. heavy a prlco can
be paid for even that; and It eeca In recent hap-
ptuiliiKa a trend Unit tiutat eventually arouse
tho rrrenlest IndlKnatlon In Amerlcui.
What wo have reference lo In particular U
tho notion of tho Washington ipivcrnment In
meeting uit'iueitllonlnsly the demands of Lon-
don with respect Ip (lerman tdilp In tho pos-
Bcaslon of tho United State.. A number of for-
nier (lorman venaels In Iho poaHeaalon of thla
country havo been turned over to llrltaln Tho
prcHldent and tho alato ilepnrtmetit iniulo tho
decision too without nwaltlni; an Imiulry.
At tho tlmo of the armistice there were 12
tanker In th0 harbor of llamtmrir. Theao
ahlpa woro thn properly of an American nil com-
pany. They had been under Iho commercial
finis of (lerntany of course but were laid up
at the otitbrimk of hostilities. When the armla-
llco wna signed tho oil company promptly Iden-
tified its- properly and dlsoloned Its owncrnhlp.
Hut the tankers wont into tho Ilrltlsh port Firth
of Forth and ore now being claimed by the
modcet HuKllah. Tho Washington ffovcrnmont
so far has made no protest.
With a portion of Iho Unllod Htalea aenaie
holding up peato becnuso the majority will not
concede to Kngland six. votca In the Ifamio to
one for Iho United Htntrs and with tho ad-
ministration evidently sympathetic towards
every euggeitlon emanating from London It
docs bCRln to look na If we might be paying loo
great a price for Hngllsh friendship.
A COHHIX7I' OIJNHU.S.
Tho efforts of tho chamber of commerce to
acctiro a correct enumeration of the population
of Tulsa tiro commendable. Wo want evury
Tulea citizen counted once. Wo do not want
a elnglo Tulsa clliien cnuntPd twice. Uvory
Tulsa ti wo take It l.i proud of Tulsa Its most
remarknblo growth ( lid development.
Hut better than the number which compose
the community la the eplrlt of tho community
llaulf. Wo don't want to cheat. Wo don't want
tiny unfair advantage over any competitor or
liny Individual. Wo want to play fair In city
building. Just na ovcry worth whllo Tulsan wnnU
to play fair In competition with his fellows.
Tulna la not the first city In tho elate In
point of population. Hut It la in point of growth
and In point of financial ability. Lot' bo satis-
fied with that. And In the parcoutago of our
growth alnco the lust census was taken read
tho high destiny of primacy which tho future
Heo thai you nro enutneratod. And that all of
Ihoso connected with you nro llkewlso enumer-
ated. Hut If thero havo been duplications cor-
rect them. Tho competition of llfo nro fine
If the game U played straight. Just as all o(
us started from a dead lovol e all of us ut last
come to Ihn dead level of equality. When wt
reach that let us have the consciousness that w
havo plnyod tho game square.
SUNATOH WILLIAMS' ("O.MI'liAINT
Senator John Kharp WUHanm announce that
he will not bo a candldntu for ro-olootlon to tho
senate. "I had rather be a dog and bay at tha
moon than to spend one day lu tho bcnuto after
the expiration of my term" saja tho .Mlulsstppl
Score one for Internationalism In American
politics. Bonator Williams Is a statesman or
would havo been had ho represented a western
or northern stnte where Independence In polltl-
?al thought la tolerated. Kven under lite nun-
predion of prejudiced coiiatltusncy he vlood
Tho neuator abrta that he has become dls-
yuMcd Willi the ila of pai-tman palitka In
foreign affairs. What thn senator ahould havu
mid Is that he hut become disuustod with thu
Injection of foreign uffairs Into the domestic
politics of his country.
Thero will bo others.
( Oklahoma Outbur'alH )
bf OTIfl LOttTOM -y
Aa an argument against over production tho
Otilhrle Lender thinks the greater part of Ihe
world's dlaeuaalon la prndmed by thoso who
huv never produced anything else to lend
weight lo their opinions.
It Is undoralood that Jknator (lore and
. L y '""""g so very much snubbed on
not hetng Invll.d i the btg damoeratlc feed In
Waehlrigton. They never did llko clam anyway.
Tho Hhawnee Naw aay "that waa an awful
dry union which poked Ita head through a rift
of cloinla tha other night." Thla Kida the
Ulehlla iingla t( uinHrve that "most everything
lnka dry alneu Hie New Yexir oatna in lending
i earn el."
MrAlealer proposes a pretty stiff program for
1320 bin here' hoping she'll put It through.
Thla la Dim way It roads in the Now. Capital:
Hard surfaced roads for Hllaburg county; Meth-
Jdlsl university for .MsAlealer; consolidated
chool districts better fooling between city and
county; a population of 2S.000; Increase farm
development; elimination of scrub stock; a mod.
ern nourthnimn; lower ralOH In slack months for
A former TuIshii writing under the name of
'Tele Itoleum" submit thla hysterical thought:
"Our father who art In Washington honored
be thy naiiin thy will bo dono In the senate a
It wa dono In Uuropo; glvo us thl day our
peneo ratification forgive it our rostlessne as
we forgive the oamol who can go eight day
without u drink; lead us not Into total prohi-
bition but deliver lis from the profltoer and
II. C. L. for thine la the consumer taxpayer
and Ute 'goal' forover ami over. Amen."
Hpenklng about nsrvo the scarcity and high
coat of paper etu. wo enll attention to tho
Wichita Kail (Toxan) Time which on De-
cember 31 leaned un edition of HI page allow-
ing that deeplto condition Wichita Kail ami
the Time la up and ft coming ntrong. It proves
conclusively that the Texas town la aome burg
nnd that the Tlmo la not bashful or afraid to
any rn. The only thing about It howovor to
cause wonderment la whero and how tho Time
got tho paper.
Snap shots from the Dallas News; A lot of nl-
cohollcH nro n-w knocking on wood. And
Bomotlmcs a g'rl plnka her complexion till she
looks llko salmon salad. I'ersonally wo have
resolved to do without fame If wo havo to win
It by registering for president In Houth Dakota.
Also Iho cost of living Is lower for the kind of
man who wetira a derby hat until It gctx so
(lick ho rap grcHMe hi hair with It It has
ut nbottt gotten ao In this country that If a
mull stay out till t o'clock his wife brings In
thn dnnrttmt with tho welcome sign on It
I'erry Noodles any that when he asked the
ciiiltallst'ji daughter what he should do with
leap year proposal ahe said Jump at them.
Qfiaromclcr of Public Opinion
A genernl railroad strike unthinkable and
If called would be bound to fall If certain to
fnll then why object to having It laboled as un-
lawful? Hesort In It will wreck the brother-
hoods and If thla Is so there Is no practical
reason for clinging to a barren right. The time
Is not a good one tor memberM of congress to
play conventional politic. Too much I at
stake. Ncw York Tribune.
Our amnesty paindcrs don't seem to realize
that no matter how much their heart may
bleed for "political prisoners" they are likely to
get tholrs hends cracked If they don't respect
the privilege of other citizens not to bo dis-
turbed In their churches. The bolshovlst male
or female I unable to ee that any one ha
any right unle he denle that thero Is such
a tiling ii law. Now York Herald.
Tho estimate have necessarily boon thrown
Into congress In Iho old disorder compalled by
tho acta and neglect of emigres llaelf. Hut It
la not loo lato for congres to co-ordinate and
consolidate tho npproprlullng end of tho Job
for the neit fiscal year. An overburdened tux-
paying public Is In no rr.ood to accept further
excuse along thl lino. It will Insist that what
can bo dono whall bo done New York World.
It would seem that there should bo nothing
contentious about the suggestion that whatever
plan Is adopted It ought to be with some safe-
guard that for a tlmo it I to bo corrected so as
lint to depart encilvely from some standard
either the present Btandard return or tho pro-
war earning or some other approximation of
what tho rates ought to yield. If tho division
of earnings nbnvo the Cummins five and one-
half per cent is cnuatttutlnna! and wise this
similar suggestion I the same and it would
have reason In bolng conaldered so lrrepectlve
of tho division of opinion about the Cummin
method. New York Times.
It will bo neither a shock nor u surprise to
tho practical ship operator to hear that tho
government cannot compote with other passen-
ger vosscls. And the reason is not as was eug-
gesled that Uncle Ham's vessel cannot like
others sell liquor on tho high seas. Hnr or
no bar fnr soft drinks or hard drink there
are economic condition political evil and fool
law which actitllu tho efficiency of American
bottom a against foreign bottoms and of gov-
ernment owned and operated bottoms aa against
privulely owned mid operated bottoms. In our
merchant marine wiigc are higher than in any
other merchant marine Costa of feeding th
crews ure higher. Cosui of general maintenance
are higher. Hut uh If Unit were not enough
of a handicap our shipping atatuto concocted
by labor union politicians compel our vessel
to curry more men than aro carried on Iho ship
of other nations. New York Sun.
The meanest man I ever saw .
Knew all there la about tho law
lie nevor stepped un Inch beyond
Tho legal phrasing of his bond;
Ho wouldn't lie nnd wouldn't cheat
Hut children dodged him on tho stract.
And neighbor had no love for him
llocauso his ways were etern and grim;
Ho wanted everything In Might
If ho could say 'twas his by right.
I've noticed thot the meanest fight
Hegln with men who want their rights;
Hven a ri)itock they pursue
Tho final dollar that U due.
And though they pay thu debts thev owe
No mer.'y to their friend they show;
The law proclaims them hottest men
Hut in the verdict rendered then
Throughout the norlpt you cannot find
That )t is written they aro Mud.
All men havo rights and yet it rcoma
Vho happiest Joys aud sweetest dreams
Are always their who now and then
I'orego their right for other men;
Men who their jietly claims rejeai-o
l'o- friendship of Dm sake of peace
And would not make another bleed
Although the law allowed the deed.
Know more about Ihe world's delight
Than Ihey who cnldlv wnnt their rights.
(Iho me i lie m. i n who will not prc
The ui'ighber who I in dlnliem
Tb. man of piiiiul uh.i gy
Some tliouglii to how h.e brother lues
And chouse rather hero to uct
Willi kindness than in wan exact
Tho man who. when there Is a doubt
KorgeU his claim or wipe It out.
He. shall he richer in the end
Kor having been to all u friend.
Back From Elba
Mo and Low Davis wj sat'n.
by tho Inm post tawklng to
other and Ijiw gcd (1 i . . 11
coming wats ho got on h "tt. '
.Meenlng I'uds lmkIlfi H 'J "
cuzzln l'ercy with a black . '
band erround his arm and i ' .
Closh it a morning band
sod Thla alnt morning
eevnlng and I cd Not Ir i ' .
morning th kind of mnndr.ir v'.
ware won sumbody dits .
you npprlciata it.
(losh aumbody must bi ' 1 u.
better bo pollto to hint sel L tia
vis. Wlch we genrelly aln- ! L'
he cumo up I eod Hello l'er- J 1
you bin? " w
All rite ecrl Pcreey and Iw h.
vis sed Alnt she even bin e.
No why should alio' fel i it.
Low not telling him wy. und i KJ
How everybody ell In your fa
...A!1 rle- c I'cncy nnd Uw anil
Well then wat the hecka
or wearing that murnlng band
O that thatA for my can.fj ri
my poor llltlo canary berd 1 1 j SCj
Aw heck sed mo and lu- I nn
And wo started to push him u .vf
tho pavement to show him wh'
wo thuwt of him.
Not being mutch.
Ilemember "Llston Lostor" Tridij
U(m. IrtllV. )
"Listen Lester" Speedy And Theil
"When Shadows Fall" from "Uttes!
"When Shadows Fall" from "ListttJ
By Jame Flhelps
thu cAititiAfJi: is dklivi:hi:i) i
CHAlTICIl XXXVIII. '
Tom hud been gono carcely an
hour tho next morning when tho c-;
pressman brought my purchaso of
the day before. Drought It C. O. D.
aa Holen had directed. I paid tho
man. then ran ucrnaa the lmti mit
called to Helen to como nnd help
mo unwrap it.
"I know you'd love lo"' I mild
when alio camo almost Immediately.
"Of course:" alio returned. Soon
we had torn off tho heavy papor
wrappings aud the dainty carrlago
wa tovealcd looking even more at-
tractive by ItKQlf than It did at tho
"Oh Isn't It Just lovely!" I ex-
claimed as after laying tho blue rug
In and a baby pillow lined with tho
.unto color 1 put Tom Jr. In waking
aim from a sound sleep to do so.
"Indeed It I' nnd It will bo largo
enough for him until ho can walk.
Hut It's pretty heavy Sue" she said
us sho pushed it across tho room.
"That' because of the rug" I
instened to explain "It will roll
more easily In the etreet."
Ileitlly 1 did not care whether It
would or not. It was uppenrunces'l
Tom 1 Dfci'Ucit.
I rather dreaded Tom's homo com-
ing that night. 1 feared the ques-
tions ho might ask. I knew ho
wonld find It hard to forgtvo either
y paving so much for the carrlago
or borrowing money for an exlrava-
gance If ho found It out.
"Whew! Sue what ft beautyl" ho
exclaimed wlion ho &aw my pur-
chase. Then with nn anxious look
"did you ninko tho money l gave
you do for that?"
"Not quite! Helen Inslktcd upon
giving the baby part of It."
"So It I paid for?" he queried
looking rather dlsploased.
"Yes. Indeed!" I hastily Informed
him; "and don't look so cross! Helen
Just Insisted nnd 1 couldn't hurt her
feollngri could I?"
"No perhaps not but Suo you
know what I told you about putting
yoursolf under obligations to people.
rieao don't accept any more fa-
vor from Helen. She's been moro
than kind "
"I won't If I can help It" hut to
avo myself I repealed what Helen
had said nbottt adopting Tom Jr.
because sho had none of hor own.
A I'utlicr' IHdo.
"I don't wonder alio feels that
WHy. A home without kiddle is only
half a homo I begin to think since
this young man arrived How husky
ho's getting Isn't he7"
"Ho certulnly Is!" I rejoined and
tho danger of my deceit being found
out was over for the prewent.
"We must bring him up to bo a
good man" Tom said so pedantical-
ly that l screamed with laughter.
"1 mean it Sue" ho repeated as
he Joined In tho laugh.
"Of course he'll bo a good man;
hasn't ho a perfectly good father
and mother7" 1 naked continuing!
tho merriment. Then all suilden.y
came tho thought 'Suppose hu grows
up deceitful because I have deceived
Ilia ra'het'7 but I dismissed It
quickly. I had dono nothing really
wrong. Tom shouldn't be so strict
In hi Ideas.
"His mother's all right and his
father will try to be" Tom nnswored.
"Then' I think perhaps that long
drawn out deal with Crandell aud
that bunch will materialize after
"Heally Tom! won't that bo
"Yes our expense eat up every
cent 1 can earn. I often wonder
what would happen If I ahould be-
como 111 for uny length of tlmo. I
must find something extra to do no
we can put by n little."
"Oh. yoii'ro not going to ho III!" I
exclaimed "and what a pessimist
you are for n young man. Why lot
of people would llvo bettor than wu
do on your salary because they
would run bills and pay tln-m whon
they could; but ou Insist on pay-
ing for everything then wonder wo
can't llvo better''
"I don't mean to be an old fiiu
Sue and I think we live vory nicely 1
for young folk Mostly thanks to
vnur knowing how to cook. I can't I
see bow fellow live when thoy
marry girls who know nothing of
housekeeping. I'ellowg on small baU
arte like mine I mean." '
And I used to think your salary
simply wonderful!" l laughed. "Now
it seoms pitifully small and Inade-
quale." I kept on paying no atten-
tion to Tom's flushed face at my In-
sinuation Tomorrow A letter from Mrs.
this away which should bo very lucky
for Urst nights.
Again tho passing of old lenders
and tho rise of new one Is prognos-
ticated. One of tho lgn of the
time 'will bo tho sudden achieve-
ment of fame.
All the signs glvo promise of prog-
ress for womon who will make their
power felt In many reform move-
ments. Forsona whose birthday It I havo
tho forecast of a year of activity and
good fortune. Speculation will not
Children born on this day aro llkc-
y to have happy prosperous lives
in which thoy easily attain their
UuilMiM lum. tr tha M-ciuri Neaipiprr Syndicate I
WE HAVE A SHOW
I Svant to make a posi-
tive statement signed
by myself that it is
equal to any $2.50 mus-
ical show that has ever
It has pretty girls beau-
tiful music and is full of
If you don't like this
show I will cheerfully
refund your money. Thi
is a broad statement
but I will back it up.
OLIVER C. PATTEN
.Mntlneo 2:30 25c 10c 75c
Night nt 8:ir 'jrc SOc 75c $1
of INDIAN PAINTINGS
By HENRY C. BALINK
of Tao New Mexico
For One Week Beginning January 4
self protection demands
thai you should specify
ihe besi by name.
The Jb&$f are
It's got so when a newsboy cries
"nil about th' big robbery" nobuddy
CVri loOnn Up. Vhu ever dreamed lit1
day 'd come when we'd all be llvtn'
( The Horoscope
111 aiara inrunr 111 10 not roaipel. ' 1
Monday .l.inuurv ft 11)20.
Astrologer read this as fortu-!
n.t'.c day Jupiter is In a wtronglyl
brncfic ai-pot .iod cnu.s 1.1 frlendlv.l
Thl Is a 'iion auHpii-inus i-w.v f.r
btlMlncHs initiative of any tort Many
ciHcrpris. win unite for loiritjn u
1 MlopmcniM the eeers foretell
Education haa the bost sort of a
direction of tho tara and again a
cloeer alliance botwoon colleges and
government nctlvltle Is jtrophesled.
Venus smiles on the theater during
More TtHSTJJES are sold
than any of her brand of
corn flakes because fhey
ore superior in every sense.
Done ask tlm grocer merely
for corn f Jakes ask for
VUAt uy hfvxa CrtaJ Compatgi Balfl CrVck. Kkh.
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