The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 351, Ed. 1, Monday, September 13, 1920 Page: 4 of 10
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JraV fVifcnl Quotalon
.mo.vuxy. m:pt. is. ().
' I the I.or.l nm thy Havlur ami thy Redeemer
Nut Hi' I"'""" of my hands
Can fulfill lliy law's demands;
Could my seal no meplte know.
Could my learn for ever flow
All (or (In (mill. I mil alone;
Thou mint nuve and thou alone.
Load ma O I.or.l. In thy rlilitt)iin.
PHHt of rnlnn entmtlnss mako thy way straight
before my fate. P. :
After n oareful atuiiy nf what lh rienrgla
democrats illil ll l not iliftlotilt tn figure out
what they nro thinking.
Jo Tumulty Isetitd h fine reply to tht coat
miliar In IIih anthracite regions. 1'lrnt llilng
.Inn liiuw lid'II t lilmmir tlifil tor iryliiit li
run the govriiiiH'iit.
A NUW SIM HIT IN OIIUVIIOJIA
Thore U new H'lrlt In Oklahoma. Ami It l
n belter miter liioio cnoMlnic uplrlt. The petipln
nr' throwlnn oft th nhnchlm of "ilvltutle tu
proJudlcD. They nro thlnklnp for UkutihcIvoh
iih r-ltlzeiiH Intently Kickliifr tl'lr own host In-
terontK. I'iirtlnnnnhlp Ih IipIiie ilrlvon Into hlrt-
Intf whlln lllicrallty nnil fiilini'wi uro prnctlei'il.
An oxnmplp: TtahomliiKo 1" locntoil In tho
cxtrpm southoin part of tho Mnte. Thu clll-
zrnnhlp thPro Iiiik Ixmiii Hlmimt pxoluwlvoly ilemo-
emtio from tho hour of uUtehooil. Tho hour.
Iiun mnohlno has rolled on .lohnaon county tn
ntiin'l hy ll uikIit nny unci nil clrcttmMancrH.
Anil Johnaon county hitherto ha inudo Rood.
Tho people would acarcely Union to a. public nd-
drlti from otlitT thitn a rcpteaentutlvi' of thn
-lioiirlion innohlne nnd tho lgcl prcfcB.ctlectoil
Ilut tha olher day J. W. llarrnlil. iMulillcan
onntllrtuti' for the nenatr nnd J. i: I'rlngey !
intldlcnn cnndldalo for cotmrean upp'arcd In
TiehmulnKo to mako sjioochen In their own In-
trront. Until thin year thn Imurbon polltlclnns
would Imvo lailBhed nt auoh u thltiB. Hut
thin yonr for a very kiciu tnuiiy icasonn thlnsii
nro illffonnl. The two nentlemon fneed what
tho local jxtpera noy wa one of the lariat po-
'ltlo.il rnnvdii over gathered and they were
llttennd tp Inlfintly throughout.
The Johnmn'foiinty Cupiuil demoernt puh-
llnhed In Tlahonilngo dernneratlc of eourae.
Kave tho meeting u dont-pngo atory. In which
wo find theae oliferiitloiw:
Judge llarield followed the congrenaloiml
nominee and was given tho rloneat atten-
tion. Jlo declared Hint If ho was elected
and mid ho wan koIiik to lio ho would
never vote for n league of nation.) with
Article 10 In It Thin lirouiiht forth large
npplauae. He Mtated that If wo ontured
Into this longiie we would be called upon tn
furnlah men to fight In every war which
took place nil uver the world. Ho Mid that
our boyn would not tight a battle In foielgn
countries when they did not oven know
wlmt they were fighting tor. Ho eulogized
the Amerlean nolillur by Buying that they
wero tho bet flghtern In thn world hut
that they would not enneent to fight the
battles of nn I Ions w.hom they knew nothing
of. He warned liln audience that the
league of nuttonn wlh article 10 In It would
wreck thin government und Involve ll In
ovry dlfflcnlt.v which tik.n plae nny-
wliero upon the globe.
Til la U by far the Inrgaat audlenca that
evr greeted a republican npeaker in Tlih-
nmlngo and the undivided attention ac-
corded Congreaamon H.irreld 1 the atihject
of much comment upon the street hero
TVie local newvpaper again but rollrctod the
unUmeQt of lta people. There la indeed a now
aplrlt working tn Oklahoma. And It promlw
much in Uia wny of batter government nnd a
taoro Independent ctUzetMblp aUvo nt legal to
itt own need.
riXAii .viiunrrvr .uiainsv tiih mlmjims
It rmalneil for a woman nnd a mother to
offer the fr 'ii urgumrnt ngalnat tho league.
Writing to the Albuquerque Journal tn reply tn
nnothor woman who advocated tho league this
llAother Mrs. 10 va llarmawonli. H.iya;
"'Twould b well for all muthere of anna
to strictly examine that Article X look their
Kerns ctritlght in the fare firm then vote "
There .a thn teat mother of men' Strictly
asMRtlnn AiUiln X then look your boya n tho
fgoe and then und there make up your mind
that you are willing for them to become com-
mon oannon fodder In a war for the preaervation
of !Hnm Honduras Mbeiui or th' newly created
l:.atlotu In middle Hui.-p.. lufoie you caat your
vote for a ca'idiilite h. aundn for the ac-
coptanco of the learue
AmoriM lin a euperb and glorious uianhood
willing to be offered on the attar of war for
the preaervation of Amen i tun .he h ih ii..' ii
.InCle "Oil t offer in defrnae of .ipj mhei po-
lltlcnl fVlem on eirb'
l.i -.k ur conn t- f.i .h i. .
I ill i nm i ! I wri i
f Ii m ii i iUv Hi' Ml' 1 1 Hi .null" i
i hip tmnir II ime.l ..Cl'ina the Atbin
full al.-nrn IhiJt a l indlnavlan n-
i iliw i r ' ' ' iitnlililon for her in
Thla woman a aiaerag.- r '
i i rn -under
M . that
i .. r i i ken.
to heonme a molher. II t n
the hild mip' t i " a. 1
An lnriij.iiM.il i Hi in mi iiiMmrrt nmk
lain nf Ih lulu hln enn(liten '
gi i it in' .1 li gin.
Th" .apinln nnd lh i.i' ther eroii. far Juelt
nftei Ih.. vewl einaao I 'h ihroemlln limit off
H.mdv Hunk Into Aii'im m tlfr Urn 1Mb
Haa Imrn a M.vinlun Aiu.iliiin "lluen.
V like to ae in line la.. U nt tin' true In-
fluence of AnoTl'a In w.irl'l Jiff. ii- v ha8
no piillcni ' Willi Hi. Idea tlril kIiouIi) enler
a foreign lai;ii" foi th"' pin n nf nllouUng
ior i-lviiixn lion mtii fmeign peopi.. or by dureaa
force them Into It ngilnm their will.
Hill Ihere In m. m. thing ennobling and Inaplr-
Ing in ih" knowledge that the oppreaeed peofile
t f the old world e. in our Inetltutlone aome-
thlng worth etriving for that American cltlian-
ahlp la no appealing that n ocean voyage Ml con.
aldered a ariutll aff ill It thereby a liaba may bo
horn an American
The alulue of liberty enllghienlng the world
Handing there In New York harbor a conntant
Invitation on the on hand anauranc on Ih"
other contlnuen to typify thn bent and tfifeat
foreign pnllea tor thla land wo liv.
i.l k ics ii.itni(;'s .si'iir.cii.
LIdltnr World. One of tha tnont gratifying
feature of the 1'reeldentlal campaign ao far
hail been Senator Itanllng'a front porch cam-
Iialgn. Inatead of tearing around the country
making hneelcax and ltbeloua attneka upon hla
eppnnentg Iirh Oovetnor Cox he haa cun-
ttiicted n dlgnlflnd upright campaign deliver-
ing xpeechoa which nra moduln of aound poli-
tic and economic doctrine.
llln leienl npnech on the relntloun between
labor and capltol le a very good example of thl.
He In In favor ot titilonlnm nnd collective bar-
KHlnlni; but U ugalnw. the iloiulnntion of gov-
ernment and hualneaa by labor or any other
cIiim). lie I agHlnat the I'lnmli plan and all
other Koclallelln plana which propone that the
.rallrond piopertlea be placed under the con-
trol of tho employea and In favor ot private
ownerehlp of tho rnllroadn under government
regulation. Hla wholo apeech la full of aound
advice to labor nnd capital which If followed
would hrlngan und to moet of our lmlinlrlal
One thing la certain HnrVlliig'g cleotlott will
putiln the While Houan a hum and ntrnlght-
J. I DWVUH.
TltlMii Kept. 7.
somii iMton rs. ifl tiuii:.
Kdltnr World: "Partlnan Politics" In tho cry
which linn goi) tiii becnii'M the Hxolw hoard
held Urn city ndmlnlntrntlon to tho atatutory
limit of tjeven mill tax levy.
The bualneeti lucn nro all heated up over tho
"outrago" which will roduro pollco protection
In TuIbh. and wo ronpectfully euggeat Hint tho
bualueaa men bo Invited to donate tu the city
enough nmt caah to cover tho ear's poaaibli
deficit. It la a known fact that all tho promi-
nent htndnona eetabllahmenta clear 300 per oftnt
to BOO per cent upon the annttnl turnover and
they idinuld not be no hoggish with their Ill-
AN tJI.TI.MATK CONjJUMHU.
Tulen .Sept. 6.
An we undcratnnd Hie declelon of the donate
nonpartliwin committee the democratic members
believe the evidence jrhown tliat dov. Cox did Hot
llo outright while tho rcpubllcana bellevo that
no evidence ha been offered to subitnntlato his
charge. Which makes It easy on tho general
While. Havlnc rendered thU grot oervlee tho
committee la now nt liberty to dlsaolve that
lt members may get Into the campaign in
Oov. Cox has at lawt taken t stand on tho
Irlfh iuetitlon. Ho would tmmetllatnly invito tho
Irlih natlonalliU to lay their claim for intlopon-
donco before the league owcmbly In which Hng-
Innd. kind benevolent Knglnnd hag elx votes to
the Untied Plate' one. That ought to get the
lrlgh vote providing they arc dimpled babes or
The current taaue of the Saturday Bvening
I'oat conuina a double-page apread of Cos and
Ilooaevclt. odvUlng a heaitant nation that they
tnand for "peace progreoa n)d prncperlty." It
ooeta a king's raneom In buy one page In the
Saturday Bvening Poat. Wonder where the
funde eame from to pay for that spread? Every
body known the democratic campaign commit
tee has not raised any money!
Tho report thai Senator Owen la aeektng a
cabinet Job under fog la libelous Owen may
have ahown some algna of pa reals in his race
for the presidential nomination but he's not far
enough advanced to pin any hope to a cabinet
Job under Cox ftonator Owen is simply putting
up his fences and Martini hack-t'rrs early.
A correspondent miggrata that the governor
was peeved over the lynching of Belton be-
ifttine It prevented him from allowing "merry"
tftcr he had been sentenced. We have no com-
ment tn m ke
If 'h.'ie inv unhltl.in u i.i o .f ha
hum i ' 1 1 i'. i th i' I -1 -t 1 1 1 1 1. 1 i.i h me
form ..mi. i . i r i "K i
"The league la now working." aavs the Chick
Ifha t.xpi.ii. .. like a at.ile nl.if i.f i
ll till. I..M..H.
There m mini' Indleatlnna that horae racing
Is dliftlog ba k nn im earning nport. linn Jookey
knotk-d iin. ili.i- .ff hin lion" at a raring meat
III llilliint ihe other day
Anoth.i good thing ahotit moderrt living eon
dill. inn i.l. rv. b tho Dallas News Is that It It
cVwnya ponalhl). In find fl-sh onions on the
The girl on goulh Main says shn will not paf tle.
jmte in a pop h rnmpalgn with membtr of
tho hav. fever party If aha never gets anywhere
In pointer) He la either busy all th time with
a handkerchief or elae hlo eneoiea attract too
Money may not actually talk but looking in
the direction of Mr Cos we can say with positive
annuiance that money makes talk.
If we read the Nowa-Herattl correctly eitlten
pf Kalrlatid Ink thn position that town weed
Mi'iiil.l not be cut until they go to seed.
Th" large attendance and attention given J.
W. Ilarrelrt and J. C. J'rlnney republican ean-
d Mates for n'tiator and congreamnan respect-
ively cauawd a aenaatlon In Tlnhomltigo. Hero-
toforn repiibllf im cnndldatea couldn't oven start
a ripple of town talk In Ttnhnmlngo.
Mube Oeera. philosopher and guide of tha
Tishomingo Capital-Democrat mldn thla to the
afler-the-prlmary comment' "If yntt have al-
ready harmed a man yon learn to hate him."
A rise of fifteen Inches In tho ellv lake at
Ardmnre arminc hope In thn bream of John
Kaaley that he will ho able soon to leattme hla
tma Venus register from Muekogce.
.Terry Hand oncaalnnally taken hla oye from
the keyhole to delve into ntattnllea. He finds
from his reif-arehes that the rost of Insanity ha a
Jumped ftom 118.1 to J285 tier capita In three
One nf the St. .foe pltchery was no wild In
MHltirdny'a gniue Hint he dodged a yellow but-
terfly when It flltled acron the park.
Barometer of Public Opinion
Kraklln I). went nut to nee
If he could get Knnie votes
Talked of many thlngn to be
Ilut never once of etirtta
How he wrote the constitute
Fur little old Haiti.
Surely never made a fluke
Or falld to ilut an 1.
Then he mid we would collect
Krom all theae little hloken;
Had good reanon to expect
To cop their timely voton.
Twelve they nay for old U. S A.
!x for Knclatid Stiro;
Heat em like a game of chena
Mako that I.eaguu endure.
Have them nil to nine a hymn
And by tho way koep ciulot.
Tell' cm where they must head In
Or regulate their diet.
Hrln then would play tho harp
The Ilunalan Hear be good
Old John Hull would take a part
And atng to Hoblh Hood
Teddy H will soon be out
To call Ills counln Franklin D.
Jolly noon to full account
Why ho talkn turh nophnMry.
Oh. thero'll be a wallop then
Teddy nure will akin hla uhln
From the place of all "trails end"
Hack to camp In old Berlin.
Oklahoma City. Sopt. 1. M. H
Slogans Uecoiiilnc a Hnbll.
Udltor World' Innnmuch nn elogan writing
seems to be In order nnd that I might con-
tribute my bit toward the thlrt of some poor
mill wandering In the desert of doubt I hereby
present for their conalderatlon the following
slogan with nNo a llttlo etc etc.
What'a the matter with Cox? Hr'a nil right.
Strong on visions also tho league even 'too
proud to fight
So bring out tho flag with Its red folds tin-
And we'll bind up the crack In the heart nf
Psnrp pieces and pretzels
That's a atnrter for cheer;
rranUlc'll net us twclvo
Votea ln the league. .
Then Jlmmle'll got iih the beer.
Wo search tho papers for aptcy news.
"Slush funds" slogans or nhtmmle
And of all the slush that candidates gush.
The worst notes out of Jlmmle.
Yours till Woody forgets the "I."
Tulsa. Sept. 1.
Cull Anybody Anonor?
lSdttor World' Harness raclnz Is one. of our
cleanest spnrta tn the H. S A. la It possible for
a unver 10 ioarn irom a non-o iirlvcn by him?
1 T A 111 1VT Minn f-n.HMnH
--'". '" .... iuuiiiui u rtlier HO
address at the Minnesota state fair groumU this
siieruuuii. uroppeo ins political roie long enough
to drive Peter Nash 2.0HJ pacer In nn exhibi-
tion nr. mil linn T I. UMn.iL .. . .
. .ruv.v..- pi return
Ual candidate was given mufih applauso as h
iwnvx-ii nn norsu ai a raptu pace across trie fin
Tulsa. Sept. S.
Tin: .MUAN'ixt; or histohy.
1 would not have mv boy forget
That many men for him have died
That to ihe past he owes a debt
Willi h never must be put aside;
That freedom's Joy Is his today
Been ime of thijte who marched away.
1 want my boy to understand
The hlstorv of our banner fair
To know the siory of his land
The trials men have had to bftr
To know our Imed. immortal Oeorge
Suffeied for him at Valley Forge.
t want my bov to realise
Thjl Lincoln calm In times of stress
And .ilwai brjxe and true and wise
Was e-ktng not self-happiness.
Cut suffered much and oven died
That freedom here should long abide.
I went him. when he comes to read
The tale of Chateau 1 tilery gitrn
To know lhal .very plendid deed
Was tome one's saciiflce for him;
That he haa owned a boyhood fair. .
lleciuee men dared to venture there
I i .11
I'll ti' hi;
il V i page
.1 n8 age
I I I .e
Will she vote
Contiuue Democratic prices and.
Democratic taxes ;
approve the Democratic manipulatioji
of Suar ;
'"forget the villFul misrepresentation
Jie kept us outofwav "
-send her boy abroad to enforce the
Vilsoii League of NatioJtsj
give Ker money to fiaance ic
-she will BOt 1
i. ' a. w. a. a v a. v-J'vaa a.
UvJANE PHELiS ""
Hivsttva nt John Kctidall'H Dinner
Nellie helped me to bed. and Hob
deal. ' t assured him. hurt to so
how iinckly be wounl Uave arranged
f..r mo to re. nam at homo
"Wry well. I'll get home early.
"I felt almost unable to attend to
the things 1 hJd planned for the
day .My tr.p to thu beauty parlor:1
the final -trying on of my finished
dinner gown a wonderful creation
of Morton's Tint I put all thoughts
but those of what I nail to do a
determinedly behind . m as I was
able and managed to get through
I was dressing when Hob came ln.
"Feel all right?" ho said.
"That's good! I called John up
nnd told him tf you didn't show up
not to be disappointed."
' What d'd he sa. p;ease""
"That he wo ild bo an fully dis-
appointed If on iliiln'. Did you
think be would be lmpol.te io nay
anything else .'"
Although Bob had spoken In a
Joking tone yet I was hurt. He had
implied that John would not bo so
disappointed as he pretended.
Once more I wailed for his .ap-
proval. My gown was exquisite and
I knew that 1 looked ery well In
spite of tho fact that I was des-
perately frightened und unhappy.
"You Jiavo learned to dress Mar-
garet. It Is wonderful what la has
dono for you" he sant. Someway I
felt chilled. If ho had Jutt given mo
a kiss nnd said as he used to some-
times. "You look bully!" 1 should
have been better satisfied.
Wo took a cab and reached the
"Dob gave me quite a scarce."
John said as he welcomed u. "Ho
"Don't get up In the morning.
Margaret. I am afraid you are not
"I could hao screamed aloud.
Not well!" the Iroi.y of It. But my
emotions had exhausted mo and 1
Boon sank Into a deep sleep. When
I awoke tho dawn or a gray morning
was creeping Into my windows gut
It wan no colder no grayer than tho
cloud over my soul. 1 cloned my
cyea and tried to slurp again but I
only visualized with a kueness born
of despatf. the words nob my lion
had written to another. He. had ad-
dressed her In the Intimate form
Pear one' It mold menu bin one
thing H iu. In love utth whoever
wan to receive ihjt mr..ige ui he
thought he was
( hoped and prayed the latter If
that was the ease perhaps I stt'l
had a chance I roso iiietly and
dressed I looked pale and haggard.
and ugly and old.' added to my
self as I looaeii inin mo mirror.
Kor the first time In my life I
rouged my cheeks before breakfast.
Then I hurried down and drank
a strong cup of coffen boforo Hob
was ready making excuso to Delia
that I had a headache. I hadn't. It
was a heartache but It would an-
swer. llob seemed surprised to sea me
downstairs and inquired kindly if
I felt nil right.
"You gnvo us quite a scare" ho
"It was foolish of me I guren I
wn overtired." I made answer
"Yes probably" he sold and then
gave his entire attention to h
breakfast and hla paper.
"It Is the night of John Kendall's
dinner." 1 said "You know I am
to net as hostesm so we will have to
get there early "
"Do you feel up to It?' If yo'i
don't I'll make it all right with
"Oh. I wouldn't miss it tor a good
tu come. That jou v. ere ill. You
certainly don't look It now you are
simply stunning. I shall bo veiy
proud of my hoatebs tonight
it was very (Oin.-orunir to have
him talk like
was Manning by m.il heard him. Bui
1 had little time to think of his flat-
tery as Ihe guests began comlnz al-
most immediately The- Hoots. Klsla
ami Tom. and
ing to the same crowd and Char-
lotte Keating. You see I put her
by herself. That Is tho way J con-
M.leieij her. Not as i u.d the others.
She waa (lrehsed in a long guwu
of black aequins. it accentuated her
..ifchl graceful figure ana .
nn. u.in to hor tare. Even my own
inwn eauly the handsomest in. th
mom. m emeil to pale Into imugnifi-
am i beside the one he wore.
Hob took her ln I don't know
win but I knt a he would. They
weie st.tted too far from mo for me
to ht.ii' what they said but as at
ihe mhor dinner they were entirely
.ihMjihed tn one another and kepi
up an animated . onveratlon .ill
through the entire dinner
Ome or twice I saw Bob look In
my direction and I smiled and
nodded at him. He had looked away
with a puuled expression.
He would have understood a
frown. I thought
Tomorrow - A Surprising Annonn-e-ment
Me and P ida
ng .nl.iu ic.
world coming down all those frunt
steps sed Puds.
Id Jest set tn the parlor window
and look at thn people go by und If
I didn't want to tawk to uny of
them. I wouldent I sod.
Wlch Jest then some kid came out
of the house being a kind of sklnnlv
kid with wlte panis on Puds saw.ng
11. ty kid do yon lire heer?
.-'uro I do. ted the kid making a
ixprcsslon .is if he was proud of It.
and I d IIow meny rooms are there
22 ned tl.s kid. and Puds sed. 22.
watn you know about that and I
aed Q. 22.
Uo've got 3 bathrooms sed tho
kid and I sed. 1 bath rooms holey
smoaks and Puds hed 3 bath rooms
gosh wats tho ldcer having so
y. In case theres sumbody tak
ing a bath In one theres allwaya one
empty sed the kid.
Well then you never have eny
xcuee for not taking a bath do you?
No i"ed the kid and Puds jea.
J tommy rrckls that fearse I
.voulde.-.' 1 ve heer fur a million
Keep your old house. I sed.
And me nnd Puds kepp on wawk-
Ing feeling glad to dldent haft to live
Colby Receives Mail
Sent to T. Jefferson
From Man At Bombay
WASHINGTON. Sept. 12
Secretary Colby has received from
Bombay India a letter addressed
to "Thomas Jefferson late secre-
tary of state and master of pat-
ents " The writer desired Infor-
mation as to the process of "feed-
ing patrol" (peiroli Into an en-
gine A personal reply from Jet-
ferxon was requested
The letter was sent by Secreiarv
Cnihy to President Vihon as a
you mfght not he able
The Young Lady
Across the Way
that especially as Boj
all the others belong
Smikl'is was wawk
iviit; along nod
About Town and
"Tho pjrk h.anl . i
congiatuhtej f. tt v . '
ing It has made ln t'.
weeks t didn't t.eiiee .
nible" Mayor T li V.i .
The swimming pool ui
number of people
wiai use ll daily i
that it la filling a m .1
Ing gemilno pleasure
WOUIll iitherw i.r 1. . .
In their bath tubs i i
the pool myself nnd in i
Is In good eonilliliiti ; ..
th nark bouri Ii.im i
Mir ves commendation
cjwen paru roan i- is
condition I have eei
Smooth as navlntr nml . - .
leas. If the park bi.m.i .
plllh this much on a i
than half .if ihe le. .
entitled I don't kno.i vv''
do If It should nliijai u.
per cent levy."
"The final meetinu .r
county oxclse toaid w.i.
.Monday at which nm "
budgets totaling $ I sn n.i
proved and the iTU'iif ir. . .
able for use acro.'ding i.
Cllne county clork T'
for tho fljcnl year begun r .
1920 will be about I .im. i
than last yar The budge
presented totnled half a m
lars. but the ojtc.so b. .hi
meeting last Tuesday and
cut small amoiinlu from r
mated budget and brought
wtthln the legal tax levy
1 i i
1 o ton.
In speaking of tha renta' situ.
Hon in Tulsa Judge H I. Sini a
says that tho commercial c i r tin
business men of Tulsa are k mg .
have to follow Detroit a Inid ar.l
form a Tulsa Homv-Huilil og m
elation. He says that P i- m -t
Impensible to either rent hiv i
house In Tulsa now. and l; i llrels
ot families aro having to r h
city because of the shnriagf Juift
Slandeven s.iya that sgrh ar j-sih
Hon cau build small home- . j t :
them or rent them at r. i- nam
prices to acciimmodate tl nM
There Is much pr.jfitetilng uni5 "'
In the real estate business her-
Jujise Standevn says "as therim
many persons who are ren'lrJ r
buying houses and furnish. ni then
then doubling the rent or for. mg t!i
renters to buy the furniture
' "tht itart Intllni lit l nut tmnpil ''
MONDAY. Si:iTi;.MIlKH 13. IBiO
lCcfyrtbt. 19-0 If ttla MrOnri Nerf .
This Is one of the rarel foruiuv
days ln planetary direction a ord-
ing to ualrolog) Venus Mer ur-
the Sun and Mars aro all In oenet"
It Is a rule under which bets
men and women should push all th
affairs that are most Imporuni.
since alllho' Influences are atlnu-
latlng and helpful making for en
ergy vision ana success.
Mercury presigek good luck fir
persons who ore much oxplotW i-
tho newspapers and seems to prom-
isa for them especial good luc:
in winning 'he approval of wonn-i
All who hold positions ln the S
t.hould especially benefit and it if
most favorable time to as. aup-
port or patronage irom them.
Mart Is tn nn aspect that Menu
to be luckv for tho army and all who
belong to It. An officer will reeelvn
honor from som'eono who holds grv.
There la a sign that seems to prom-
ise some extraordinary project thn
will encase the services of engine"
tod men W.-.o 'an accomplish mir-
acles in building (finspor'Atinn fa-
The new moon of this month fit
In the ninth house tho lumlni-l"
appl-lre to Me-curv nnd tepai-atlT
from Satuir. Mars rises ir M-l'-tarlu
In square to Jup"er in t!t
ninth and to Planus In the third
Astrologers read that there wil
be an unusual stato of excitement
mong the people of the PpMi
States Thire is a possibility o-
disturbances and even riots In ra-
rlois parts of fho country.
There Is a foreshadowing of m&rr
remarkable cases in the courts. It
some of wlilrh persons of note will
Disputes and criticisms retard-
ing shipping matters again are fore- '
Aga'n railway prohlems will oc-
cupy much epaco In th" newspapers
nnd cause great dissatisfaction
among tho people.
Persons whose blrthlate It t hi
.he pronhesv nf an active year la
h'eh thev will prosner
Children horn on this dav wt1l th
-"0t rrngreive. In all nrohiMW'
They Pave the augury of lnn lif
with much hannlness
JAPS WANT TRANQUILITY
Hoop for mlrnble Settlement of AJ
Trouble; to right California Itw'
TOKIO. Sept 1". According ti
XTlnl.1 tflmn'4 nollcv will
I be tn strive to the last to prevent
I the proposed antl-Japinese leglsH-
i tion ln California. Tho newspaper
says It believes the negotiations M;
tween the American secretary
I state. Ilal'nbrldge Colby and
Japanese ambassador Ktjuro Shlde-
harft are progressing and that i
understanding eventually will M
I erached. If the anti-Japanese l'P
i latlon becomes law. however Mew
.nfl.l.l lpalv t
nirni iieneven ii c-M.t ....
guarantee the rights of Japanese wu
bo concluded betweer the two poi-
LAWN SOCIAL FOR K. OF C.
TuUn Council Will Hare Spoaktnr
and Miu.lc on Club Lawn- i
E M Oallaher will be the PkX
of the evening at the social for uv
Catholic public on the lawn of tn
Kn ghts of Columbus home a-
o'clock this ecnlng Musical nurn-hcr-i
on the projram will be o-
prane solo Miss Agnes Dunnlgari
acenmpan ed by Miss Gertrude .
violin solo. IC.'j Presr- tenor
A Poepoe. aceomran.cd by
sisephlne Ptorey-Whlte On
. eptlon committee are Misses r
ence Kvaps ar.d Kllcn DcMnc Da W
Hians Uike DeMne Hob Bruner.
D V llalre ard J P Mulkfor
'1 ' ' . kr p 6! R ait r 5
de i of une ma- l
n . de ar d m er ri
i ' h ft n j I a ' c l
a I tllic l -1 ll'
lr ' 1'rf !.'( l
i.rhr . we 11 art ge
i. i ' if n re ' m
Xfie ung i orj 'be j
i n h i j ( ri r ij
w cit;umrnoi i ta-i 03 off rapid
a .en o u hiod in
mnri. than 31 600
nu jf e
una ii. u.(f ed
ard rnre than I
jo r.ii )dr
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