The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 251, Ed. 1, Friday, June 4, 1920 Page: 4 of 16
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TULSA DATLY WORLD FRIDAY JUNE 4 1920
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MONTH Of MAY ItSO WAN '
1 K. 15 HoMI. rireulalliiii M-maor. .pi linnl
r that Hi vii nl puKI elreidsllon nf Tit
Dullr ml HumUy Wotlil for lli month f Msy IHO
w !( id lh bl of my knowlMlt" iid hllf
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ftuluuirlliM nd wein lfor in thl IUI ilir nl
A. K. NK.fl.
Mr roinmlailnn ulr Murch II lilt
Dailu liiblical Quotalon
riitii.w .mini: i iwao.
ThU In it fdlllifiil MiiyliiK. ami woilhy of nil no-
coptiitloiii that Clirlfit J-riii(i ciuno lulu tint world
to mivii hIiimi'ib. of whom I nut uhlof. 1 Tim.
ItrMliiK n "ihU fiiltliful kayltm."
Wii urn Hiifn from form mill Kullu;
On our I.onl nur bi1i IIh ntuy Ins
Wo muy lonh uroiiiul ami mlln.
Thin U ii fiiltliful myluir. nnil tlifno thin" I
will Unit thou ufflrm rimnliintly tlnit tlmy which
htivc ImllriVfiil In tloil hiIkIU bo cnrofill to miiln-
Inln kooiI worln. Tltu :iS.
Amontc the traffic rwilntlonn put out hy tlm
now nilmliilntifithin w lv lioi'ii oxpnctliiK to
ton nn orillnimco nmklnit It unlawful for a motor-
lNt to crow tho bUIowiiIIi nntl butt Into tho hour
Our own prcslilrnt linn iihown hln ability morn
than oniio to fall out. of a illnitKrecnlilo Htttiiitlou
nA mako tho pulitla hellflvo that It wan thr othur
fnllow who dlil Iho acrobatlcB hut It taken
Franco to protluco u prcitilont who can fall out
of a railway coaUi.
Tim chlof coiu't-rti of tho imw Moxlcun kov-
rrnmont nflpmr) to lio to cnnvlncn thn world thnt
tho ilrath of Carranza wuh dim to clrcunuitaiicoM
tmyonil It n control. Thono Mnxlcunn hao hail
tho prrnldf nt'kllllni; habit ho Iomk It In hard to
teach thorn any othor way.
An hooii oh tho It) k)i cot of kbh Cfioirn'to worry
lift wo will bn Hiiuaro up axalnnt tho IiIkIi cohI
of Ico. Tltln llfo la Jutit onn thliiK nflnr annthcr.
Yearn'aKo wo Itni'W a mini In a Htnall town who
played both timlH iiKalnt thn mldtllo by hoIIIiik
coal In tlm wlntor and Ico In thn nummr. Wo
havn ahvayn admired that man.
Wo havo lfi'in unablo to tllKcovor any ntliu
rliiHin for tho prcMili'tit'n proposal for Amorlc'i
to nfwuino n mundalo kvit Arnmnla. Wn am
twry for Hioho pcopln over thcro under tho
bllithtliiK Hhailow of iHlitmlntii. They need a
mandate an bad hh anybody anil we. havo plenty
of miindatrn to Biarni but tnottt of iim would
Iiretcr that the Armeiilann would movo over
clofior to our baol( yard before wo undertake a
KuarillatiHhlp over their at fill rn. Wo aro not
no fontt of Ioiik dlHtaneo pblbiutliropy. U'h too
ex'ponMvo and unearlalu
SAt't'i: nut tiii: tjottsi:
Tiiere In a claim of reader who accept what
Iho Manufactmera' Iteeord Iiiim to My with a
liberal allowance of wilt bccauxti more or' leMi
UnJilHtly tin UtteranceH are dlxcouuted In the
mlndH of moiiiii by the Inference that It lx pie-
ludlcod hy Iho viewpoint of the employer rather
than thu wholn ieoplu We nay utiJUMly. be-
j.uiHti by loni? obnervatlon wo huvu found thai
publication Ntfnly anil n.mrly conservative and
luxt on every . Hllliject rclatliiK to the public
weal For that rcamm we .have rad and now
froommniul to our ratlei'H the attltiulo of that
publication on the proposal to place an em-
barco on tho exportation of (train. and mealH-aa
l lucrum of retlitclnt; the coat of foodntuffM. Vhe
Itcconl call attention to the conced-d fact that
the moment tho price of farm producta la driven
down below the font of production the farmer j
will Kteadlly dccrcaxc iIm cuHlvateil aorcaKo anil j
that will Homier or later iircclpltate a 'food '
famine. Thl.i Ih not tho howl of an alarmlm
hut nlmply undeniable factH.
It Ih absolutely certain that IIiIh yoar'H footl
crops will bo nliort. Tho farmor Iiiih already
done much In thu way of leducliiK III l-iph to
tho nccerwltlen of Iiih family ami labor Iiiih not
ticitn available for him to umlurtako the culti-
vation of moro land than could bu handled by
Iho help at IiIh command. Wo have Ignored tho
farmrrh need. AVc have yielded to the tie-
manda of Industrial worker for shorter daa
xnd hlKher wur.cn and havo led the farm labor-
er to bellovo that by coiuIiik to tho city ho
could make more money with less tlmo and ef-
for than In tho country
Dooij anybody MUppoan that tho farm laborer
under theiio clrcuiiitituiicca U boIiik to Htay on
tho fnnnT Cuit unyouo Imaglno that tho farmer
boy wilt continue to work with tho rtrudcery
of farm Ufa from daylight to dark when by
lavliiK tho farmr ho can pet twlco as much pay
foe MU tho lioura of work not to mention tho
appeal of Iho lino of city llfo and tlm brlKbt
IlKblH to the heart nf the youiiK' And linen
a ? Iitnly mippofMi Ihf farmer ran ralno hln vitn
in a imlnl that will attract mifflrlmit help on
ti firm with nut mldlm; mtitf tially to tlm hI-
Mii'ly Krlvoiift Imrden lo tho annniirnorT
Anil then when one talkn about an cinlinrKO
on fihliimeutH of fooilHtiiff iloift Im realUn Hint
thn furnmr will have nomethlnK to nay on that
ubjeot and will ilttmiiiid hln rlghtR t. thnt no
emlHro Im placed upon hln product unl'-nti an
emlmrKO alwi bo plaeo on cotton and Iron anil
Httnl nnil lumber and nvoiythttiK w am now
fXpitrtliiK What In nnuen for tll Moonu will
be mpially nit Kwl nnuee for (he nnrtilr.
He whii lalkn nliotit nn emliarKo on Hie hli-
titent of farm product In onlpr to redden the
ctiHt of fooilitturr for tile Amerlomi people In
only arKilliiK In favor of a famine of food which
would HtiiKKtT thn fintlnn. I.M tin fnno the fnrtn
fiiliarn1y and honently. If wo ahnomt thli wy
out of thn hlKh eimt of llvlttt; havo wo counted
the rout and are wn wHlln to takn thn In-
I.KAVINO Till: I'Alt.M.
Almimt every Iftnun of the Hiiiidny World and
many other papm of :nera olrrulatlon that
cnino to nur ilink Ih reileln with adveitlnemoiitH
of fit run nffi rlNK Kreat liiirxitltiM In MIcIiIhiui
land. Olio woiiltl naturally liimnlne thnt thin
wan vlrxln noil that In the haty eettliiiK nf a
now nlnln had been overlookml nn not ho ennlly
Diillivable an that whlnh hnn been taken Up. It
linn been the habit In many parlH of tlm wrnl
where nature had provided vnnt iiurcHKeH that
tenulred only plowltiK and miwlnit to produce a
crop to ihim by Hum. lenn valuabln plncen which
reiiulred rleailni; and (Indium. and fertlllxlnir.
Hut tho .M It'll Iku ii eiino prenuntn a newer phano
of tlm problem. There aie not all undeveloped
land but many are abandoned farina.
It Ih now announced that a development bu-
reau Ih looklm; for men to put on IS.Onn aban-
doned farmn In that Htate Michigan Ih a InnK
way from Oklahoma nnd In innutlaly dlffeient
In man rpipnct. Vet even Oklahoma In Inter-
enletl In a condition which ovIdcnceH hiicIi n
heavy tlraft from farm to the .oily. Thin meaiiH
an itKKravatlnn of tho Ii If: It cunt of llvlni; In be-
Kln Willi for tho morn pcnpln In the oily thn
mom moutliH to feetl ami tlo fewer hauilH to
feetl them. .Mont of un thought of abandoned
fariiln an beliiK u peculiar pofmomdon of Hie oliler
eiiHtern fttateH of New York ami I'eniiHylvanla
and moro ho of New KiiKlnmt. The nown that
thin condition U ohtalnliiB In thn went will como
with a Hhock.
Tho rural problem fa c In if tho United HtateH
In ho bin that oxaKiteratlon of It In almoHt Im-
ptiHHllilo. UnleHH thin country makes hanto to
learn and modify tho caiiKcn that aro depopulal-
Iiik the farniH Aniprlra'n whole nodal and eco.
nnmla ntRanlxntlrm will bn thrown out of Rear
and IndiiHtrlal tlevolopinent In thn clllen will
Krow Into a tllnaMer Inntentl of a blowdntr.
Wo enn do without mnHt any other product
easier than wn 'ran do without tho product of
thu farm. And there will be no rot from trlken
und lockoutn until the balanco between producer
unit cnnMiimnr Ih rentoied. '
MV.' AN II .MAUIIN'i:s.
Tho IiiihIiichh world mtyn tho Albuiiueniue
Journal ban noun to great expense tn tleveloti
nd uo innchlnery. Hut It hnn matin but Httlo
pffort to nltitly nnd comprehend tho most contly
and problematical mnchlne of all. thn human
body nnd nplrlt. Technical hcIiooIh have been
liullt nil over the country to Htudy the median
leal and Hclentlfic nnpectn of liUHlnenn. Chemical
mid phynlcal forces havo been examined ami
experimented with with exhaiiMlvo thorough-
nen. Young men who Intend to enter bunlnCHH
hrn trained to coniplelo mantery of Iheno inani-
mate forces. Much time and money in spent to
make men acquainted with their work but llttlo
I donn or said about making them acquainted
and sympathetic with tho human belngn who
mllnt bo their ngentn In accomplishment.
The veiy greatest force the tinman element
has never been carefully studied. Mmplnyers ol
labor have not understood it but have rather
Ignored It. Tills failure to uiuleiHtaml the mlml
of labor has led to tho separation of capital anil
labor Into hostile cam ph. As so tunny employern
huvo never made any particular effort lo get
olose to their workers Iho wnrkern never hail
a chance to sen tho point of view of the Innl-
nesH man. The rcHtilt wan that many groupn of
workers came to adopt unreasonable ami violent
views. This condition could easily havn been
avoided had biislnenH men made more effort tn
get In Hynipathetlc touch with the men on their
tCopyrlnht. 1930 by Udgar A. Ouest )
There's no limit placed on you
Hae what's right and wrolii; to tin;
No one here lias power to nay
That you may not work or play
Noun may order you to stop
None tinij keep mi from thn lop;
Mfe will cheerfully return
All that you are nlfncd lo earn.
Von aio master of your strength
Ami your fortune's breadth anil length;
Vou decide which road you'll take
How much money you will make;
You dcteimlno when you'ie hit
Whether you'll fight back or unit;
1 leie mi enrtli you hi mil aluno
.Making your ilcclsloiwi known.
All your whole life' story thtough
Ceniers on the thing that's you;'
Swayed perhaps at tlmen you are
lly life's currents oarrled far.
Tempted sorely now nnd then
Striving with your follow men;
Hut when all Is said ami done
You have lOHt or you have won.
How much money do you nopd?
What shall be your golden creed?
How high do you care to climb?
I low shall you divide your time?
How much will you do ami dare
For the crown you hope to wear?
These life asks ami It Is true
Nona cm answer them but you.
You nlonn have power to say
in your hours of work nnd play
Whether you prefer to stand
I'ure of heart nntl clean of liand
Itatlicr than to stain your soul
For onio temporary gal
In this wordly place you fill.
You aro master of your will.
Hr 'iTis Inn rt i v
The Hit atiil Hwat rinb Ih In favor of extertnl
tintliiK Htn ICngii.li Kpairows. Hy their indiistty
limy ml a bnd example
There seems to he an uniiniinlty t.irgr hiiiiiit
nf men of proinliii tii e In thin country this vpar
who look upon themselves an "dnrj hoises
One llttlo Tulsa follow who hnn Just been r
leiijHid Hum quarantine declares wl'b p.itrl'iti'
pi tiln Hint Im "did not havo nn Herman mensle- '
Aftnr (ilmnrvliiK a few of tho ninnmer dresses
worn by gtrla. I?verelt Pureed of Hnld Is not
surprised at the nhorlnito nf mosquito netting
Tho Htipreme rnurt decision against a woman
suffMKii riifrrnrnluiii senniH to have ntolen the
Ktorgottn waist from I'rlnco FreeiltiK's platform
The girl on Houth Main nays she went to both
shown but Hint she got mum entertainment nl
Hi Holy Holler tent ihmi ho did out of Hb y
"Unknown Comet" wnn tlm head appearing
over h polltloal annntinrome nt In The World
Weilmfldiiy morning. Prolsibly not limpproprl
nt at that.
We Klonn from the Tlmen that Okmulgee han
a pollen force that enn beat any poker hand ever
dealt anil they seem to be looking for a ih.iiict'
to "sit In."
Tuls.t pollen announcn that they aro prepared
In ink thflr (Ives In bnnil nntl iniiko nlgb'ly
raids on rooming houses no matter what tho
consoouenren or casualties may be Hi tins wr
commend them but at tho sumo tlmo nuggist
that hl-Jackers urn not In tho habit or operating
III rooming bonnes to any unusual extent
Here Is thn way It nffectn a Kansas poet
"For bringing sun and snow together thorn's
nono like tlmo -Oh Knnsan weather Of Juno
and Janunry part how llko a pretty girl thou
art; ono day thou wilt not stir a feather the
next wilt roar with lungs of leMhor. You molted
us to tears Inst week ami then yon fro.o them
on our cheek. Answer Kiuihuh tell us whether
Juno will bring uh Hiiuimer weather "
Some thief or Joy rldflr rodo away with Oapt.
Ii. II. Myers' gun wagon tho other night after bo
hail hitched It In front of a theater In McAles-
ter It took tho combined efforts of city anil
county ofHclaln a night nnd. half day tn locate
It In nn nlloy near tho county Jail which may go
to show that very few McAlestcr people frequent
thn vicinity of thn county Jail. They prefer to
patronize tlm city Jail.
Barometer of Public Opinion
Or Hack a I'lieiitt
Hlch men who want to din poor had better
try running for tho presidency. Philadelphia
Thin government and this nation need to get
our own affalrH In order before w set nurselvea
up In Hie business of trying to inanago Iho
affairs of anybody else cunt or west. Managing
thn nffalrs of Armenia means becoming tangled
up with pretty much the whole of thn old world
This Is exactly what they all over thorn want tn
jet uh Into get u h Into It up to bur necks. Tlien
they will take good cam that wo shall novrr be
able to get olirHelves out. New York Sun end
The One Mr. Iloowr Omitted
When Mr. lloovor wan drawing up a bill nf
PurtlculaiH for Iho caue of the rlso In living
costs ho might have milled annthcr and Impor-
tant. Item to tho eight he listed.
The Wllunn administration whoso adoption of
the "cost plim" system in war contrnctn made
poHslltlo tho Immediate and complete deitruo-
t lun of all standards of labor values.
From that onn root grew much of tho Infla-
tion short production overtaxing anil profiteer-
ing which Mr. Hoover bun In his list. That mot
no iiresldentl.il candidate can Ignore. New
York .Hun and Herald.
Tho Comiicrn Plan
Hut how Is Mr (iompers going to find repub-
lican or democratic candidate for congress who
will mnko HinuiHOlvcH eligible for Indorsement 10
rejoctlng their own party platforms and accept-
ing this credit capital plank? How many re-
publican mid democratic candidates for congress
will promise to support the Plumb plan? Here
In lies tho logical absurdity of tho (Iompers plan
of caiupalgu. He wants to control voten In con-
gress. Hut ho shies at trying to elect candidates
who believe enough In his policies to advocate
them directly ami to cut loose fioui all other
party associations New York Tilbunc.
(iuiKl as Cold
So far as small holder have been frightened
into the sale of their bonds their action Ii regret-
table although without excuso in most cases.
No matter what the tlckera may record tho true
value of l.lbertys tltie not change Unlenn forced
to sell the owner Ih as well safeguarded today
as ever he was. The government never prom-
ised to maintain these bonds at par during the
whole of their llfo What It agreed to do was to
pay principal In full ami Interest at stated (lines
and this obligation will bo scrupulously kept
I.lkc any other note mortgage or negotiable
paper I.Iberts may be transfcried before ma-
tin lly with sbuditiKH largo or small on the prU'e
but when due they will be as good as gold.
New York World
Oltl I'urnlliirti Prices Outrageous
IMItor Tulsa World' 1 am so glad you have
refused advcrtlienients for furniture for rent
where tenants are forced to buy furniture to get
possession Tills ceitalnly Is a menace to the
public good of Tulsa. I ahve been here several
weeks and havo looked at a number of houses
-i (tit apartments where the prlcn asked for old
second-ham! furniture Is outrageous. I know
personally of two Instances where young Inex-
perienced couples have paid three times the
value for furniture to get possession of an apart-
ment. 1 havo wondered why tho chamber of
conimercii or someouo In authority has not taken
steps to eliminate this mennco before. You cer
lalnly show that you have the good or Tulsa nt
heart by lefuslug those advertisements.
Property owners and real estate agencies are
siiiely realizing moro from their rentals than
ever before ami are reaping large Interest on
money Invested and thoy could help with this
movement by icf using to allow houses to be fur.
nlshed and sold to tenants chanced In this way
What MiMMiro of ScrIco Hu You Che'.'
Kdltor TuNa World The unfortunate ntti
tu In of labor In the measure of services given In
return for the wages paid Is one of the most
forlous problems of the hour. Thcro Is no cfort
or disposition Hllnwn by Tulsa employers t..
dueo tils price of labor below prs.etn prices. Un
win iiiui'i ilium iniTc is a maiiirci tendency
hy a very largo per cent of wage earners both
union iiiiu iiiiiiuiiiuii to wiiunoiti rrom their cm
ployer a senous reerve from the full rt.iv'n
Ire ho Is able to give with reasonable pbynU.il
effort. This criticism does not apply to a!l tint
os apply to perhaiM 7S per cent of w nee r.im
eis today. This condition limit and curtails I
production anil Is responsible In a large measure
lur jukii prices.
As an employer of labor tho writer is in dally
contact with this thorn In the commercial flesh
ami is len iu give expression not In . npirit .f
ii'i'iini- .ui p ii i viiiuiiiiT 10 tnnse wlu MIht
ui.it ma umieiiy lor neiier conditions h largely
111 their own ahnda A m.inlv. h llllLMI t.lli. I...
all olasses of labor skilled and unskilled Union
and nonunion to give a full rounded meisure of
wimu mi m- miiii iiinivii win aim rully one-
third to production in all lines Thi- ni
courage the employer to gieator activitj and
swelling the fruit of labor cheapens cf 0fl
muil n )ii.Mtui-i nun rvtllices inp COSt Ol living
iuk'i n in ii w-i .iinntiue pn vi lc i
Hie day i work ii gUen in the o'd fashionc d .
.pint if frmlly vo operation c O. 1-HYU.
A THRILLING MAN HUNT
THE POLICE ARE TRYING TO FIND GEARY THE GUNMAN.
w I DONT LAY Of FEN
ME I LL 0UMI:
rtffffp fin prvt Mprutmtatlvtt and
will probably Imad parade during thm campaign
and occupy a front row in thm gallery at th
&c Husband m
Bv JANE P1IELP3
Marriage Demands Adjustment
About 2 o'clock tho tolcphona
' Are you going to John's with mo
tontahf" Hob usked.
"Ucrtalnly not! 1 thought you un-
derstood that this morning."
"I wish you would go Margaret"
thorc was a wistful lone In his voice
unumial ami appealing.
;-I shall not go. You know how
I feci about going with those penplo
and I can't sea why you persist In
"Very well. Don't expect mo to
dinner I'll dlno with John so long
nn vou refuse tn spend thn ovenlng
with us." and before r could voice
a protest thn click of tho receiver
told mo ho had hung up.
1 was stunned. Not for a moment
had I really believed ho would gl
without me If I refused to uccept
Mr .Kendall's Invitation On ono or
two occiihIoiih when they had spent
tho evening together at John'a stu-
dio rooms t had not been Invited.
Hut I considered it an Insult that
after I had declined Hob should ac-
cept. I turned from the telophone my
clieekH burning llko flro. I wan too
angry to -'ry and paced tho floor
while I wondered what I could do
to compel Hon to come homo and re-
main with me.
"I In s afraid to come homo to din-
ner for fear I shall persuade him
to remnln with mo" e.tmo tho
thought like a ray of minshlno. I
would call him up say nothing
about the evening; Just tell him I
should surely expect him to dinner;
'hen keep him with mo.
Does It hcem xtranco that 1 can
thus bare my f-ocrct thoughts to tho
world? Do you who roatl stop to
link thnt when a woman tolls tho
story of her life it Is mostly a tory
of feeling of emotion; thnt wc as
i mix aie creaturcH of emotion and
that oNcn we spoil our lives be-
cause we allow our thoughts to
gets all about It. Whllo most women
roll their troubles over nntl over so
that no matter how small they are
at first In tho final analysis they
havo reached enormous proportions
In their eyes.
I waited until after 4 -o'clock
Hob didn't llko to be disturbed 111
the middle of the day then I called
"Hollo Margnrot" ho answered.
Then "Changed your mind?"
"I called to tell you I wanted you
to be ouro and como homo to din-
ner; 1 havo something you partlcii-
"Can't dear! It's too late. I've
prnmlsnd John. Hut If you have clo-
dded to bo sensible nnd want to you
can Join us. Old John will bo de-
lighted It you will I am sure. Wo
aro dining at Hnrtwell'H at 6.30."
Onco moro hu hung up without
giving me a chanco to answer.
I of course blamed John Kendall
moro than I did Hob ror this high-
Imndctl proceeding as I called It. ir
those men would only let lloli alone
Im would be all right! It was all
their rault. Hut I wept bitterly as
I thought ot my loimly dinner ami
Finally I bathed my face and sat
down with a book. I wan pfoiifj and
would not allow even Delia to know
I felt slighted by my husband's ac-
tions. Hut my thnughlH weie not
on tho book but on what course I
should take with Hob That eventu-
ally I would wean him rrom hli
friends I never doubtoil.
1 heard tho bell but paid no at-
tention until Ulsio Iiarton breezed In
"Well I am lucky! I'vo made
three calls and found no one at
home. Do glvo nio a cup of tea and
at tho same tlmo toll mo why those
red eyes? You havo been crying'
Don't deny It."
I rang ror Delia and ordered lea
then tried to Interest Klsle m some
ChrlstmnH work I was doing but she
would not oe put orr
"('oine. now" she said when Del
la had brought the tea fess tin
what's Hob up to now ?"
"Ho's dining with John Kendall.
Is that all? i thought he had
gone away for a week U hv a it
wltll ! you " mi' XM"K aml U
I wan nono too pleased in ono
to have Klsle with inc. Hut 1 didn't
want Hob to know I was In am wav
amused In ills absence she would
be gone when he came In I won d
say nothing about It. So I told her
how pleased I would be and she
telephoned her homo that they need
not expect her.
uweii on tile nonessentials or life In-
stead of being big enough to grasp
what makes for happiness nnd true
living and forget all else?
That I believe Is one nf man's
strongest characteristics. Seldom
does a man fuss over trifles; seldom
worty over nonessentials lie shrugs
his mental shoulders If lie doen't
Kn win l. w t make a long story
shrt I dandy a. irnicllnhment
in un rc an f n we usi d t write
I" Hn ti n th inwrr lift hand
c)rner of our puetal cards?
Br Tbc Ctilco Tribune.1
WE AvRL" TllE
LlTS tPT JO
tit it sen riding through th parh$.
'OfF ' II ".anLMMTJO " '
und niah political tpmtehf to vlnting dtltgattt
and ptrhapi rciv a prttidtnlial boom of hit
"Now what elso?'" she asked re-
curring to Hob.
"He is going to spend the evening
with John Kendall looking oversomo
foolish manuscript." Then 1 uddod
' I was invited but wouldn't go."
"Why not? I'd like t0 see John
Kendall ask mo If ho didn't wont
mo to accept! I dote on going to hln
"I havo told you Klsle that I do
not caro for then? old friends of
Hob'a. 1 shall accept no Invitations
from them. 1 shall soon get Hob
to feel us I do; but If 1 accepted
their Invitations I would havo no ar-
gument at all."
"You follsh girl! You uro making
an awful mistake!"
Tommorrow Tho Only Way.
Two Ducks'Run Amuck
on Silo Juice Drunk
and Immediately for
C.MCNVIKW. HI Jnno 3. Aftor
getting their bills full of an nlcoholic
sediment which had collected at tho
bottom ot the silo nn tho Helm farm
near here two ducks chased all tho
other fowls off tho farm nttacked a
number of Olenvlcw residents and bit
a policeman on tho shins. Then stag-
gering back to tho farm they
eiawied muter a stove and died of
duck deliriums. Their gizzards havo
been Hcnt to a chemist for examination.
An Kngilsh Inventor of a now
wireless telephone claims that It Is
compact enough for a man to carry
the omit' appiratfis
"Th I lira Incline but do not compfl
i riiiay juno i man
During the busy hours of iei ih
tho planetary rulo In not lmi.irW
according to astrology. Jpjitti
rules strongly for good late in th
It I a rarely fortunate aspei-t -.
public dinners or hanqueta at whl'k
politics or any object bear.ng tt
the national wolfaro Is discussed
Tho Mway In held favorably U.
the presentation of a personality
importance. Thus men much in hl
forerront of nctlon should beiufri
Good luck Is presagfd oHpon.vV
for men of legal trnlnlng. Ju'V;
should benefit from tho Infinitum
that arc dominant whllo this i i
There Is a sign read nn encour.nt'
Ing to all who desire to win the fi
vor of women who mny bo err i
or captious. This applies to iumi
ncss nnd professional relationship
na well as thoso confined to tn
Neptune Is In nn nirpnct hold ti
puzzlo thinkers and to cause mnr
or less uncertainty.
This Is not an auspicious direct!'
of tho stars for traveling. Joumm'
on Hip water may not be fortuna'
Storms are likely to be proVnlen'
during this entire month nnd Joss"
of crops may bo reported. jV
Ford again cotnoi much Into din
cnsslon In newspapers and lyceun t
for an amazing condition unexpect
etlly will develop.
Tho Introduction of new Invert
Hons will ho a featurn nf sumnm
commercial activity and ono novo
device will play an Important par
In political campaigns.
Motion pictures continue und-
the most promising trw-ay of th-
stars nnd new wonders In develop
mcnt are promised by thoso wh
read tho stars.
This month will bo an estraordi
nary profitable ono lo hotols am
Again It is predicted that dlot wlf
be studied nnd food problems
worked out on a scientific baj?l.
Person!) whos birth dato It It
have tho augury of meeting with
new friends who will bo of benofl'
In business. 1OVo nffalrs neem to b
subject to conditions more or let
Children bom on this day w(Il b"
rortunato In having many pei'in
Interested In them. Girls nro 1IR1)
to have romantic careers. Tlm
should he ununually beautiful an4
fopyrlitht IH20 by ttm McOcr Nwriir flfatlr1
Lnst nlto after supplr mil and I.
roy shooter nnd Skinny Martin wai
setting on tho floor up In my set-
tlor room playing dominoes and
pop was smoaklng with hli feot up
nntl all of a imddln I sod Hay fei-
love slpposo you hail to dlo anrt
sipposo rumbody gave you your
choice of all tho different ways of
dying wlch do you think would b
the easiest doth?
Yco gods Jest wen Im starting tr
feel mellow and contented he han to
go and Ktart something like that rM
pop half to himself and half ou'
I know wat way Id choosn ser".
Skinny Martin Id havo meltei;
chokllt poured over mo nnd won 1"
got up as far ns my mouth Id star
to eat It as fast a I could and wet
It went up faster than vcat I coulrt
eat It Id Jest choke to doth. That the
easiest deth I can think of.
I know wat wny Id chooso all rlts.
sed I.oroy Shooster Id hlro a merrj
go round to glvo me na meny frs'i
rlde as I wunted and Id tell It to sc1
crround as fast it could for 100(10
rides without stopping and by thn!
time Id bo ded frum dlzzlnlss. How
that ror a easy deth? I
Do you wunt to know wat way 111
chooso I sed Id got somebody H
tip nio down and stuff straberry FJ
creaine Into mo till my tompcrtur:
went down and down till It got if'
lew Id bn frozen to deth. That would
be a t Intch of a easy deth.
Ivo changed mine do you wu; tr
know wat way Id chooso? sod twin-
nv Martin and pop sed. No no
1000 times no now you 3 lunatlM
either play dominoes or disband fori
Wlch wo played dornlnois.
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YOU CAN PLAY IF YOU WISH
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The difference in price is so slight you'll be surprised.
117 SOITII MAIN
A. 1. Crlpe Manager
rotoplaycrs Ilnnvood l'.loctrlo Pianos nnd Orchestras for Motion
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