The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 139, Ed. 1, Friday, February 13, 1920 Page: 4 of 22
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TULSA DAIIiY WORLD FRIDAY FEBRUARY 13 1920.
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Jn Itiblical Quotation
I'ltlDAY I'KIIIU'AltV CI 1020.
I Ho nhull ri'ilc.Mii Inrncl from iill IiIm Inlqultl".
( llnllnvlnir. we rojolco
Ti Ki'd tlio i;iirHi rotimvo;
W lilcnn tlio lwnli with nhoorfiil vuli'o
Anil MlUK lilt lilvmllliK lovn.
Olirlnt hath r'iliiiiiil u fnm thn ourno of
thn nw Ih'Iiik tnuiln it olirxo (or iih. (Sul. 3:13.
WViml nloohol In one roinmoillty thnt Htionm to
Kiiln unthliiK from frvn ailvcrtlnliiK.
It lt only hiilf Down to ruty tlmt wo Imvn
rmohnil tho ponk of hlnti irlo.'. Wlml most if
in nro nnxloiin iiliout In how Iuiir wn itru i;olnif
to ntlck Micro
Wo can have no nymptithy .with lluwo who
havo turned (tKUnxt ollvcit iih uii urtlrtu of tlh't
hrciiuao rtomo iirnpln huvo boon klllo.1 by oatlng
thin. What wu full to umlcrntiuiil Ih what any-
body nvor found In thU fruit to mako thom
think tho thliiKH woro lntrndod for food.
Tho principal reoHon Klvon by I'roadeut Wll-
koii and hln Npokmiurn In tho xonutn for oppo-
Hltlon to h gonornl coinpromlw) on lonoiTOllonst
lo thn treaty with (lermany Ih that any cxcnpl
intrrprolittlvo iuo.ixuriv would ivigulro rpfltibtuln-
iilon to tho poaro roiiforonco. Dovolopinrntn and
authoritative exprowdorw of opinion acriwm tho
Atlantlu nro utoadlly wlilttllnrc uwiiy thin okjuho
for Mr. 'WIIdon'M ntuiidpHtlmn until tmon nothing
of It will remain.
SNA I' JUIMJMHNT.
Tho protest of 21 no-called rellKloun lenderw
niraliiBt tho proHocutlon of tho nceuned flocliilUiti
liienibcrH of thn Now York loRliil.ituro comen
with a hail Krnoo from men nupponod to Btand
hm tho bulwark of tho bout Kyatrm of Kovorn-
inent tho world ha.t over produced. Tho Havlor
wuh not backward In drlvhiB tho commercial
Kniftcm out of tho tomplo bcivnnp thy wero
pnifunliiK tho holy place. Yet hero In America
whon a ootorlo of demapoKiiea tuulertitko to
undei hamledly cnmpa.tn tho deatructlon of tho
Kovormucnt which our fathers rxablbihed
Thowo men ii;ro found crylne out tiRuliutt tho
crlmo of tlrtvlne thenn profitnorn from tho halls
Tho public wilt bo disposed to jjlvo tho no-
cunod momliura tho benefit of tho doubt and oven
quoHtlon tho JUNtlco of tho proceodlriKH iiKilust
them for tho American public Im liiHtlnctlvely
bont on kIvIiik tho under clou a flKhttiiK chance
and thorn aro many nloiiR with Mr. HukIu-s
who will seo tu tho nrrulKnmont of thn Hoclallxt
parly w hlch In effect In what thu I flKht at
Albany amouiilH to a menaco to freo npeech
and llliorty of opinion. Othem urn moved to
doubt Oio wlfliloni of puttliiK tho Immiii to tho
test In this form. Wo do not want to crnato the
feellnff Hint even half-baked aoilltlonldtM shall
plctd martyrdom to n caifie even when that
onuse Id Inlqultou. Yet wo fnllto hpo by what
manner of renMonlnK theo upokenmon of tho
ClirUtlan rollfflon ran find In their hearts to do-
fend a et of men whoso known Intent lit to do-
utroy tho Htale koI up by n fhxl-fearlnc people
und milinllliite for It an alholKtlo rnminunlsm.
Tho N'ow 'York lesliilator now on trial may bo
unJUHlly nci'iiHCil but at any rate It III becomeo
Ihcwe who profiyw to load vellKlmm 'thntiKht to
hamplou tha caut.o of rellnlon' mot pro-
A lll.OOIIY MISSION.
II is regrettable that many llvon of presum-
ably good citizens Miouhl havo beet; snuffed out
boforo tho Lexington mob could bo convinced
that tho progress of Juntlco mum ho nllmved to
tako its legitimate course. Thore aro times an.t
places In the United Stntos where It is very un-
popular for a newmpaper or any on elc to tty
that a negro criminal has -inv rights which a
wilto mob is bound to reepe:. and f thoie 1-t
any crlmo that Justifies law lean punishment it I
that ono of which tho Kentucky negro woh
guilty. Hut thon was no ovldon-a that there
waH to be any delay nf tlio procet-es of law In
dealing with tho criminal which Is the usual
apology for mob vengeance. In fact ilu man
was on trial at the time the attack was mud.
Itcgrettablo n it Is that llv.-s were snuffod
out In tho encounter yet Iho point galn-d that
law must he respected without r.-g.n-d io iho
color of the criminal Is if u t . n. im. .t
i.ii"iflctil value to compensate fx. 'In. of
ilf' Tin re lo'j in ii h . if i i in main par i
of 'In- ijuiilry that ten ui nm.i are i-nly a do
llltlily ii ml protnl'lly pilni'li'-d by Iho rule of
the mob. and that tho HiiP"hilnn 'if lawful tiro
oediiri- In ftlnrtlf Ictl In mull rnnmi. If eyry nl-
tempt to adniltilHtiT unlawful punUhment wllh-
out trial nhoiild renutt an tho l.fxlimtnn affair
did tlierti would noon b a notlottiiMe fnlllna; off
In the number of lynching.
It In n hlKh prlco lo pay for a Hulutory Inwwin
hut iinee Iho li'Mxon t loHrtifd tho Inerwuioil ro-
Iiect fur Iho Uw and for Iho rlnht of any crim-
inal to a fair trlttl will morn than coinpnMtj
for the blood heil In ndMilnUlerlnx th lotwon.
Wti miiHt learn IliU leMon Mooner or lator and
iho nonnr tho belter atid Ihotio who put them-
nelveM In artned opptmltlon to tin enforcement
have only iliemelven to blams If tlmy fall vic-
tim lo their own thlmt for blood.
I'A I I UNCH r.M'lltl.S.
W aro not anion thono who would off-lmnd
condemn tho nifllntenwuoo of way men of tho
railroad! for threatening to utrlka bocaum tha
mllwuy iidmlnlntrHtlon hiui been tnrdy In con-
nldnrlnK Ihelr demand. ThMhk Into account
Iho attention that Iihm been paid to tho durrmndn
of other inoti In itmllar pimltion tliew men
Iiava ood riiiiik' to limn pfttlencft with the ml -mlnlfitratlon
for failure to mako Kood tha prom-
I.im of (tevoral months ago Tho fact of tho
(no h He en It In that tho railway ailmln-
Itttrallnn In "uii nimlnot It." hiivlm; titomlneil
omelhltiK that It will nearly takn Iho hide off
to fulfill and are xealoimly Wllllnir tlmo no that
thn iinwilvod iiroblom will lay over for milutlon
by the owner- after the rallwayit are returned
to prlvnlo control. Tho petitioners- are wleo In
pilihliiR their mitt) beforo that Imppetvt.
On tho other hand however tho kpiimiuI pub-
1 In Ih sink and tired of tdrlko and would wnl-
como mmt any nrrntiRotnont that will avoid
another nuoh HtrtiKKle. A neiieo of falrnetti
hnn compelled thn elimination of nntlHtrlko
IcKlolatlon from prtwent IiIIIh. but overy new at-
tempt to forco Kovernment action by ppnnllxInK
Iho puhlln will add to the popular iIIhkuhI with
titrlkn methods Ho while In view of other rail-
way mnn'n oxporlnnco tho public will bo Inclined
to nympathlzo with thesn men thn attempt to
force their point will undoubtedly react oK.ilnet
the men who expect to benefit by thn move. U
la tlmo thin domination of cnuKrcrt and thn ad-
ministration by h nmiill minority should ho
nlopped no miittor how deserving tho rornplaln-
ants may bo.
Olli AMI WATIUt.
Kxcept In Isolatod Inslanrfs all attempt to
unllo tho forces of labor and agriculture on a
common platform havo fallen flat. Much inline
Is mado about Incorporating tho farmer In thn
ftcliemn for a national union labor parly but
thn amalgamation tin about an much chance
for urccn as mixing oil and water. To begin
with tho Interettttt tif tho farmer aro Injured by
tho very tilings which labor regards on funda-
mental. Farm laborers havo learned something
about high wages and short hours hut practical
experience has shown that theso principles can
only bo carried out at great damage to agri-
culture. Tho only effect Iuim been to decrease
production nml add to tha burdens of tlio com-
mon peoplo already groaning under tho load of
Unlcym tho political union lahorltnn can show
thn farmer where Ills Interests will bo protect-
ed by tho new party they need havo no hope of
getting hit vote. Ho far labor'n methods havo
only mado tho farmer's lot harder. Tho fanner
Is no fool und ho knows which itldo of his
bread Is buttered. High tmundlng' phrrutcH will
not win him hut you must show him where a
change of national policy will bring money Into
NOT NHW DliVIXOI'.MKNT.
When tho democrats In oongrens gave notice
that they would not stand for any military train-
ing measure although tho majority of people
In both parties appeared to favor It they wero
consistent. As far back an 19 IS the democrats
of tho house rejected tho presidont'it pluiiH for
preparation and resulted In tho resignation of
Ourrison and tho naming of Haker as war sec-
retary. Jitter ovents proved (larrlson right yet
the democrats havo learned nothing In that
time. Two jears later Chairman Dent rofuaed
to push tho president's measure for war and It
was left for a republican. Kahu of California to
tako up thn fight and put it through against
tho bitter optwltlon of tho dumocralio members
led by Champ Clark.
Anybody may be forgiven for making mls-
takeit of Judgment but who Is to apologize for
peoplo who mwer learn anything by experlonce?
Tho democrats now as always ran seo no
farther than their iiokw rtnd tho only hopo of
tho country lies In republican votes. Tho plans
for military training nro meeting opposition from
tha Kama olumcnts that mado the draft difficult
to accomplish. Democrats maki) excellent pri-
vate citizens lul they nro conspicuous failures as
How Do Vim lluy Your .Money?
tVinriibt. 102O. tiv Mir.v A duett.
How do you buy your money? l-'or money U
bought and sold.
Viul cjich man bartons himself on earth for
his silver and shining gold.
Vud by the bargain h makes with men. tho
sum of ins lite Is tout.
koine buy their coins In a manly way. wimo
luiv them with holiest toll;
Irfome pay for their currency hore on earth
bv tilling n patch or sou:
Some bii) it with copper and Iron and steel.
and some wltn u.irrois or oil.
I'he good man buys It from day to day by
giving me nest ho can;
le coins his strength for his children's needs
and lues to a slmplo plan.
Viul hr keeps some time for the homo lie
makes and fonie for Ills fellowmnn.
lut some ipen buy it with women's tears
and sopie with n blasted name
Vtid omo will barter tlio Joy of llfo for tho
fortune they hope to claim;
Vnd Mime arc mi mad for the clink of gold
that they buy It with deeds of shamo.
How do you buy your money? l-'or money
iii-iii .iii.i. iin ii I. r
Vnd seme men think when they purchase
loin tint i ihoj mustn't bo over-nlro
tut tieware nf 'lie man who would sell you
gold at a shameful sacrifice'
( llaromclcr of Public Opinioii j
deforming Iho H'l I'nlllli'.
I.dllor World In order ihal we may have full
repieselitrttloii of the proletariat In the Soviets
which aro to revltHllie rejunevato and reform
the tntinlilpal body polilU there should h
sullied a tnliiilf-r of organl.tlms other limn
thnsti inentlonsd In our oolumtui. There Is u re-
cently formed iissoclntlon of rabbit hunters-
the "Cotton Tails" no to npeak -and a body of
old-tltncrs known h the Cotton Socks." Then
there in the MiilMttlnn Arm) the Knights of t n-
lumbiis the V V. C A. and V. M. C A. the
Koiir-AIInute Men. the medical ansoclntlou ami
the Tulm woman's suffrage) iirgiiiilimllon.
Tho railroad brotherhood aro entitled to
representation the United Confedoratti veterans
thn Trlha of Hen Hur Ihe Tillsn llaihmnali chap-
ter nml Ihe Oklahoma Union Hallway cotnptiny.
besides tht vsrloiis Mssonle bodies the Odd l-el-
town the American legion nml thn l-rnternni
Aid union. And wo nhould not forget tha "Hons
and Imwrhteta of I Khali A-Uw-" And any other j
clans organisation In our midst.
Tha people who belong to them! several Soviets
are not the sumo ptople who belong In His do
nphti-d republican an ddemaenttle partlon nor
nave thy the nnrne low tssies. u it man is a
pnrtlaari c-sndldsie for a municipal office ho Is
prima facia a bad artor. and eonventely there Ii
nothing but purity In the sovletn.
A. K. HWIJHNKY.
Oplsnt'il In I'riihlbllioii Cnilillilates.
lMltnr World It Is noted from your dni:-
paper that wa are In for another session of villi
Mention and asanaaltmtlon of the ehanicttirs of
all Mtieh randldales as are opposed to prohibition
and whose efforta are to carry out Iho will of thn
people of Tiilati and not the will of tho minis
terlal alliance. It is further noted that most of
thn rumpus being raited by wild ministerial alli-
ance does not emnnato from tha ordained minis
ters hut does emanate from thn outside member
of the alliance or to be specific from the aecre
lary of the V. i. C A.
Now the Y M. C A. claims to he a religious
organization but their efforts In Tulsa In the
lust five ears hnv been along political lines.
We arti opposed to any religious sect having con-
trol of our polltlo.il machinery and this applies
to thn Y. M. C. A. as well as to tho other well
known organisation which they are surreptiti-
rrohlbltlon was forced upon us and Ii eon-
illdereil a vicious measure by every business man
or man of affairs In Tulsa. Doing an unjust law
we are opposed to lis enforcement und wo will
vole only for such candidates ns wo bellovo wdll
penult llitior to be sold. It is a crime only In
tho eyes of tho bigots who had tho law passed
through lobbying und the expenditure of untold
millions of dollars.
It us hnnr tho namos of candidates opposed
to prohibition so that wo can vote for them for
all offices from city to national.
AN HONKST MAS.
TuUo Your Motllelnc.
Hdltor World: It Is to be seen that tho rail-
roads urn to throw the hut Ijito the ring again
and at once as th owners art) to take chnrgo
of theni nguln. Wo get from tho press that
railroad operation and ownership does not pay.
Why then run them? Tho people understand
that billions of money ban been made nut of tho
rullnsid business. Whcro havo theso billions
Kono? Wo frequently hear of railroad mag-
natesand other magnati'S as to that matter -building
pal.no-t In America and castles In Hu-
rope and flying high In a general way. Mean-
while tho railroad from which came this
wealth Is running Into tho ground broke and
nil out of order. Don't peoplo seo and know
No wonder at all of this unrest and disturb-
ance In tho country. WJiu has mado any uttempt
to correct tho evil? Not one. And on top of
all thin thn people's goat In called on to hand
over hundreds nf millions--to whom and on
what account? That Isn't all either. It Is un-
derstood that congress has boforAJt a treaty
of pcaco and Intertwined therein a league of na-
tions and this same nation nf peoplo Is footing
tho hill the costs of Out! treaty. They havo
been notified to swallow It' hair n'nd hide. Thnt
Is costing llko blazes fcongress how balked on
swallowing tho doso.
Tho president tells them that or nothing. IIo
ought to know for ho has boon to school and
Is now boss. Why don't Heed and Knox back
up and take their medicine as directed? Though
It may bo tliat they too hayo emerged roin
barbarism and partaken of a fow doses of boifk
learning. Tho political football was thrown
whon tho boss told tho party to chooso only
democrata to congress in 1!)10 so his rabbit foot
would work smooth and slick.
Tho (I. O. I'. has on several occasions pulled
tho nation out pf tho mlra and placed It back
on Its feet and will dt so again. So say the
party hero and they will havo tho support of
tho best elements nf tho democratic party. They
say hero that the O. O. . mado good before
and present prospects aro brighter than ever
for another resurrection of a very "'ek gout.
J I.. SI'UlNUSTiiN
I'lii' .Miners' View
l-ldltor World: After reading Urn first few
lines of Capt. N. 11. Kaston's letter In your paper
of February & I was not at nil surprised at tho
b.ilancu nf It as I have found It Is a human
falling to Judge tho other follow by our own
l-'lrst tho company has Invested its money
and reijulres to product) tho highest tonnage of
coal possible. Just as long um they can com-
mand tho highest possible price which Is not In
tho summer by any moans; therefor? tho minors
aro hold ldlo a greater part of tlio summer or
thorn would bo u surplus of coal by winter;
couseiiueutly the supply and demand would bo
moro eijual and materially tho price would bo
lower nnd tho consumer would get tlio benetlt.
The miners ask lo bo gimrantoed 30 hours per
week winter and summer that their earnings
may ho equalized throughout tho year. Tho ex-
pense of bidding the miner ldlo during tho
summer muni of course b paid out of the extra
profit mado In tho winter when' tho annual
coal shortage Is on.
As to wages Captain Huston joti speak of n
1500 man on your pay roll I n.iturallj suppose
you refer to our general manager although of
course you did not say so hut I havo lived
around mines ull my life and cn assuro nnyonn
who Is Interested that there Is no minor who
averages $10. 25 per day. I hardly believe you
would be willing to pay any miner In your em-
ploy J9.60 per day compensation if ho were In-
jured although that Is Just about one-half what
you claim Is this man's dally wage. If tho
story you tell of the birthday lelebratlan Is
true ono must consider the fact that thn man
who spent this money was ft foreigner and they
can Hvo on a much smaller amount than an
American family: also hit son's first birthday
may havo been a very Important ovenl to him
1 wonder did you ever celebrate some event
that to others seoiued Just as unimportant as tho
birthday of this man's son seemed to ou. Ah
to your nephew of tourse of our nephew says
tho r.illro-od men want corporation owned rail-
roads tho othor railroad men nro ll.irs; for peo-
ple who wish to know the ttuth as to how tho
four brotherhoods feel on this question let them j
reuil ino oiiiiiui oriiaiiH oi cui-ii uiiiiiit-niuuu i
have and 1 know. I will not s.iy that your
nephew is a liar but will say someone has mis-
Informer him and ho should attend lodge.
Would certainly have boon a calamity had the
V. M. W. of A. won their BO per cent Increase
but oven then you might have taken jour 500
man's pl.ico if you wero cap.vblo of filling It.
If not jou surely could have handled tho IHO
mini's Job and that at least would have paid for
your cigars theater tickets and gasolluo until
such tlmo as wo get an administration that will
take pity on the poor downtrodden coal
I believe In organized labor friend Kaston
Now don't shout lim. all my friends) know
this Ik ihe truth
Dl.A.N M U;OD.
It's a Long Long Way
s - . . i i
By Jane FlheBps
CIIAI'TKIl UX.W 11.
Out In WcMtchcMor.
Promptly at I? 30 wc heard tho
honk-honk of the automobile horn.
Wn wme nil ready so went right
down. There wore two handsome fur
coals thrown across tho seat and Mr.
Illacklock Insisted thnt each of us
left us to
were ono of
I 1iao meant
all about It
"t booiiKht the touring car on it
Heemed too nice a day to bo shut up
In a llrrtotislne. Wo agreed with
him. 1'eggy especially.
IIo put mo In thn front seat with
him. JIo was driving. When I ob-
jected he said that ho wia golnV to
pick up Mortimer Collins; and that
ho had been promised a. neat beside
"Now' I shall havo a chanco to
find out whom Tom was with" I
(ll0U(lL j tltdn't expected so noon
to moot Mr. Collins; cvpii though I
had detormliied to question him
when I did.
I snuggled down In the soft fur
coat; wishing it wero mlno Instead
of n borrowed one. Carol Jumped In
besldo inn and wo went whizzing off
down town after Mortimer Collins
who Carol said was waiting at his
IIo seeiiipd very pleORed to see
I'eggy again und after greeting us
wo started off. This tlmo wo whirled
up town out on tho drive; then Into
tho country roads. Thero wa no
snow on tho ground and the roads
were fairly good so tho rldo was
most enjoyable. Wo stopped at
quint inn. set far back from tho
road for luncheon.
How tiulckly Iho tlmo parsed. Wo
had a delightful luncheon; nnd
then wo danced. Tho negro orches-
tra played very' catchy music; and
the tlmo paused ho quickly that I
wan astonished when they turned on
"Oh wo must go!" I said to
"Why It's early ho replied.
"Hut really I must go home
now. I insisted.
The Young Lady
icross the Way
i havo said
Only n few
Tho young lady across tho way
says hor brother says tho clean-up
man Is the highest salaried mem-
ber of the team and shq's g'ad they
pay so much attention to keeping
everything spiu& Mid sji-vu turuund
w ' -v. r - . 1 1 x i
al i. "'.MI..7 A V W N N 'W
If not cracked a frozen egg can bo
thtiwcd nnd rvtttored to usefulness
by placing It In Ice cold water.
Thn Ilr.izlllan government mnln-
talrw a snako farm for tho produc-
tion of a serum antidote for snake
If you say so" and he
order tho car.
Collins. Tom said OU
the supper party tho
Who were tho others'' 1
to ask you. but forgot i
when he Is around."
"So Mr. itundall told you did ho .
You aro two pretty good scouts. Sol
many mlirrled people act afraid of
each other. Mr. Humphries was
there tho other man and the
young ladles were his friends; that
Is two of them. Tho other was
Crnndell'n private secretary. "Wn. had
a smashing time." ho added.
I had found out nil I wanted to
know. While ho had not sild It In
so many words Mr. Collins had In-
ferred that tho young lady from Mr.
Crandell's offlco had been with Tom.
Ho too wan In tho Minn oflco. And
tho Jealousy I hud forgotten gripped
Alt feeling of fear that Tom might
find fault If wo wero lato loft me.
Why should I euro?
Toggle In Askcxi Not to Tell.
fortunately however wo got
"I'eggy plcaso don't say anything
about this afternoon I
havo my reasons dear."
"Of course I won't although wo
did nothing to which ho could 'ob-
ject." sho replied.
Another thing we've
tct I. Hint
wrist watches Is that
buddy looks at one
what tlmo It is. Th'
that Teggy; It's somo-J
I found out ' whon I had talked to
thing entirely different; something
Mr. Collins I'o.?sy had been In the
dressing room getting ready to go.
so many empty Jans
feller has f bo drunk before a po-
liceman kin catch him.
mum's the word" she
returned Just aa Tom camo In
"Well what havo you two been
doing all day?" he asked after di-
verting hlmsolf of coat and hat
"Marketing this morning and
bumming around this afternoon" I
replied hastily. "It was too nice to
stay In. Hurry up Tom and wash
nil ready nnd Norah has
bet I'll hurry" nnd ho
mora questions anent the
way I had spent tho day.
After dinner ho asked mo If
to help mo go over thu
no!" 1 replied. "I
this morning at that
task loot's play bridge.
We'll finish tho game wo began the
night you left us and went out to
supper." How I wished I had
girl's name then I would
made for them
' to supper with
"All rignt. enmc on and wo
played until bedtime . 1 was bo
You can feel
for my escape from being
onugeii to snow the bills that I al
pnost forgot about the private secro
you the benefit
Kor Her own Hood.
pianos that arc
The "Heal" Strike
be the sarue in
The throat to shut down the heat
ing plnntn In hotels apartment
houses und offlco buildings was
launched during tho record cold spell
of tho present winter und tho do-
manda of tho men wero granted on
tho day upon which tho epidemic of
'Influenza und pneumonia reached a
Tho einpIoets may well
wnen tney say that they
under duress nnd only "to
days ago Mr. Uompcrs
his I'msulan doctrine of
of Industrial warfare.
tllht kopii thn Intlliutrffxi nf
tho nation hampered by u multiplic-
ity of strikes though tho world was
i In dire need of our products. Tho
i coal strko had been called In tho
face of tho coming winter so that to
a widespread arrest of production
was added tho rxposuro nf many
communities to bitter cold. This
time tho threat was mado ngalnst
the sick und dying. New York
tho heavens with tho
luminous by a radium I
preparation havo been InvcuUu by a
i cstldday mo and 1 1 1
hadent found out tho i
gerls namo yet and we w
homo frum skool and t
din who did wo m-c w
front nf lis but the p-1 t
mc saylnn (1. gosh hei--
I'udgs I tell you !ck w .
bphind her and trip h
did It by nxldcnt and I
und help her up. and Mi
terdooso paoli other at j .
usk her nam".
Slppose you do Iho t
III do thn helping up l i
What dlffrents dois .
does tho tripping' I .-.t t
sod VpII if It doni n -rents
wy dont you do
llecausn It dont maki i ;
llolng n prltty good i
wo wns btlll nrgewlrg (
I was going to do the 'r
1 all of a suddln wat u
new girl do but trip ' . r
account of tho pavomr -
ty slippery and sin fi
kcitlng position and ii Jv
iiutck ran up and each r 4
hold of ono of her urn j
to help her up ine I- (
ono direction and Pud
In the other direction -.- uf
both of us wanting tin
Sny goodnlss you o - ! o
pull mo npart she
I grubbed her arms uwa . i p
by herself tho same w B
down and sho startei' t
going homo and mo and 11 i f
I to wawk on each siiie
saying 111 interdnose u
i name Is l'uds Hlmklii"
Is It? sod the prlttj i..
j l'uds sod 111 Interdooic
name is uciioy i-mii.
Is It? sed the pr t' t w h r'
And sho kepp on wawnK ml .
saying eny moro and I ir- i ij
make faces at l'uds for ' . t ji
her hor namo and l'uds r .
mako fuccs nt mor for n.r t- er
and the prltty new pen t- i vttn
tho matter dont you bo. n. h
.other? Mrcnlng on a'co-. -1 v
faces. So wo stopped in ii g .-
and wen sho got to her I -ran
In without oven salr.g i j
and I cod to l'uds O wu g n !
lot of help you are tlKr ' m
tho heck dldcnt you a;k li r her
Wy the heck dldent yoi ri
l'uds. And wo had a fearsr .tcs
fent about It nnd prltty nrer a fHo
and we dont know her nai c .
"Tho turn Inellno. but do tot en
ITiday IVbrunry 13 l92u.
Astrologers read this njt a c-
111 onioned day. for Mercury. Jur te-
statum and tho Sun aro all m mai t.
It Is a day in which to pur ir ien
routine afairs with cauu-'- f -
stars during this conflgura' o .
to bear out tho ancient super .'ion
concerning thoday nnd can-
It Is held a most unfortjea'e ruli
for whatever concerns agree mc:i.s cr
contracts of any sort.
State papers nnd whatever cer
corns diplomacy aro mi.ijrct '
favorable Influences niakmg f r n is-
takes reversals and il .-.ippc n
During this sway iness.iges itu
bear bad nown about busim ? nidi
tlons or plans may bo expn cil
Ventures in professional or :-
merclal ontornrlses should not tu
I started whllo this conflgura 101 pre
1 Thero la a sign read ai for
shadowing tho sudden shnnk.w c'
values In certain securiUea J '
snrend nf fear regarding flr.an .ai
The Sun scorns to presage failure
of attainment to men of supren
ambition. This is reud as a fr ur.ff
presidential aspirants for i ai'ocaxa
to thoso who Interpret the u-pccl
of the stars that Burprise.t arc o
mark the choice of candid.vr.i
Persons whoso birthdalo it is ma
havo rather a- strenuous yea- ir"
they may overcome tllffleu tic n
I thn excrclso of cnution awl fore
noticed about i sight
lima finV. i
Children born on this da irl I
ever tlmo any
they alius nsk
proud independent and t-r'f-wl ted
Theso subjects of Aquarus shm'j
bo slow In choosing their .if' om
is necauso a
IITttl. 1930 tif fl M1u- NmrrT k M'iV.)
AUsic js Essentia.
They Will Answer
are not bound nor is any inducement
to sell any particular make of pianna.
they are never censured for not seinn?
assured they will tell you truthful I v
or Player Pianos and will gladly give
of their experience.
and for that reason we have mat
different in tone although they nu -
price and in worth. You will find that
our salesmen have preferences and they will glaui
give you their reasons.
It is a great advantage for the buyer to be able t
a stock as large as our is and tu be
waited-on by salesmen who will tell without reser-
vation the truth about any instrument.
We sell the Steinway and other pianos.
Call or Write.
117 .South .Main
A. .1. Crlic .Manager
Whore a ClilliI Cun lluy Willi tvifoty
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