The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 69, Ed. 1, Tuesday, December 7, 1920 Page: 4 of 18
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U. S. WINS SECOND
Lehigh Valley Railroad Ih
Law Says Court.
Monopoly is shown
paihvay Gobbled Up Anthra-
' cite Coal Interi'xtii AIoiik
V Itfl Ki'irhl of Way.
TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY DECEMBER 7 1920.
i "WAHHI.YtXro.V Doc. f -The
l.nhlgh Valley ral'xiud rase tin
Fecund mid In.nt or tho emit mil lira
cite ronl nnil mill trust ruses wim
Avon todny liy the government.
Tliu supremo courl In tin:
Unanimous opinion of seven memherii
.participating held thai tho r.xlHtltif
combination of tli- lallroad and ltAtfl
principal suhsliliuty lompunles uh .
In vIiiIhIIuii of the Sbcrmun antl-liu ' ;J"
net. mid icicisli.g tho l"wer cog!" j liloo
ordi-ted tho entering of n decree iCaacuus
solving tho romhmalluii mid
dlstt Uniting lis utoi ki) hoods
jii ijjit i i irn mi mi ill hiuho a riTr
component pari In fact indopca
mid competitive. Hpei If .
named In Did order of illnmHlO1
with thn Lonlgh Vullcy rullrou
pany thn I.i-IiIkIi Vullcy I'oi
puny I hu Lehigh Vullcy Co
company Coxo llros. At disordered hy tho
Delaware Susquehanna At Way. Psu. 37i-3.
Iliillriind Co. Tim court
lln hill no fur ii h It nomef men
York mid Mlililln Coal
ruiid A Conl en tlm dvticy rlso again
ooinp.iiiy Die (llrmd TrUi still.
ml liiillvldiial defoudar
the Into (inn go I. HiUlf of"thy coimnuiHl-
ltcld Kdun II. Tliouiiglit fM uiisaG.
Hllllll li. T. Sttl'sbllltr- - ai:-.-ji-jajaS3SJ
lyifC hlr own houm In not ono of them. "Tho
fj llcrft"'" 'ootlnuoK "'I n'" Miimh.
) lOO out of 105000000 nro nn determined
m Srush tho farmers and tiny mo to crush
horn In disclosed (he Marsh cormrrtlon. tlm
WArUM'" lKt lt fl'iiini l.il IntririnlH
tin fin' P Jtmt n drtortiilnr'd to crunh tho f.iriiiPiH Um
hoi'i''' "i'y "r" '" tl" "1"r' which tncnrin tlmt thry
Ii i uiliii'd 1111 "di trnnlni.-d" (o cruxli rllhrr. Very
of tho lnmcli tho dlrritly opiolti. I 'or to crllnh olthcr
lf '"of ")"''' '0 '" ''r''"l) "J vrry 'ondlllon tliln man
thn i;ui'i"ih 'i ml hit) Ilk want ahovn nil IIiIiikh rim-.
WIImoii 'I'll o Imlunlrlnl mid flnmiclal ultiintlon U do
"il'irii'lC 'n ""l"y n'''Pc' l'l""dnlly In that
U'llMor rl w'"' rcu:ft to tho fiirinnm. Hut to awirt
i that It Ih ti crinnrqiiriica of hostility to Ihu
fnniHT hy tho flnmidnl or miy othur liilcrchta
In lo fatlirr 11 vIcIoiih untiiitli.
It In a inattrr of r.h'iir irrord Hint hoth tho
flnmii'lal mid political Inti'tintH of thn nation
nn nl tho moment utliiont rxclilidvrly conoTlicil
with tho farmur'n InlurrHtN Ho far from hclni?
ri.KUKCil In a "criminal roiiHpli.iry" to rrunh
thn fmiilnr Ihry uro niKiiK1')! In lonnldrrlnit how
It may ho powdhlo to ilevlmi nomo mraiiH to
ulltivlato li In difficultly and riiahlo him to como
throiiKh llin leiiilJijHtmi.'iit period wllhout moru
than IiIh ahnro of Iohh Iihm tlirro Ih to hr to
tlm farmer tho lahoivr mid even tho milch
damned "financial Inlrrentx."
NothliiK could work more directly to thn din-
ndvautaKH of tho farmer than lo ho luMiit'nteil
hy men lllm Mnrnh who avowedly ncclt to "H-
tnhllHh a rominon hoiul hetween tho iiKrleiiltural
IntnrrHlH and tho ridlrul polllleal element)) of
lahor. They tiavn nothltiK In common nor will
thoy over have.
Hub. .ill ..p MtH
.lorn of tho drfond10 mvo
piomlnent In tho fits longer
rond world. I1
Juatlci'H .Mi Itcyo
took no part In tv
tho fa'('vJilriiwliiJnnu(r.(onii to ipilt
Tho opinion 4mltted muf 1'ranro ili;cliiro
lj'j'Uerniany In' niin'lltlPd. Axldo
conlenlj'on ra'Umf Httlo IncldcntH llko thin
In lln lnlef. of iijuu" noeina to Ik) proKrcBH-
I.ohlKh VilJfrrmnv '
other giili.i.- . . .iiiiil
ofndir0 "urpluit money In tho treamiry
tilom; Ufd to.' conduct aupcclal Krand Jury
j'''h Ir'A'lnb' 'Holilftivlllo mob. Tulsa
oiKanloma countU'R will liavo uvory linlit
P)lln If tho Kovornor doenn't go at lend
" '' nni ifliio .It
..) ?w . uni t
ChrlHtmn.pjiH. )io' nlllodUijJl
nplalned when Ilia dertnunn wcro ettgancd In
mufiicturlng HUhinarlncn. AVhat run thn poor
lernmns do thut will plraxo tho ulllcd Htatca-
IaV Kotd of 'em dnd yell for tho police. It may
to dlticouraico tlio hl-Jackorii uochumo
ti lew of 'cm nro ciriia-wMli murder.
J ; i ZXi ...vv
f r- imt l Pi "' ; s.tJ w..
Iro aro tttAfMiCH lo ilnwnproytufenf' Out
n iiiuiui mmnVL aiiiiu nuuicwiTW nro
irllfiiB lidoj iWWf tiWr' )fU)ihKB(& mid
jinituthjrlnir l(McvV))r'Jljr)lc ViU6iuthnt
llltlieA ik illuiidoUKrftip
jtftjunrfcip&ijUtifl id'cinind f it Sw' phi
fj f ''"'Ir1 niJ.'t a Imnilicil iJfd cotton
d i0 conjetilt pbUlid ' such VWie wan
iJLIn. Ilulj jtVyhlfnt nt 1.D0 kaflr at 80
Siejunu i.ouoj-iu-ne optBii.ucit jwMj( are
uW. a.i jhii ijUiloyvi nuiltlpiy '-i tho
w& w I 'i ''A ji.'itfv7 k
UpUf dlsjiolfen.ol antWopttlviip'.ice writer
rwtnt(W HooUih6f Oklahoma
imtodlan of tho coiiRrcHHlouat Nolip kitchen.
f I"""" fc ' H""U . C.I. . Il IL 19 ...1)111
C.MIki llohurtBon lii.Oklaliomu. CoiiRrcsmtiau
accepted um a compliment hy tlm friends
ajtson U-pi!iti6 coftfifljinal cnllliar. " ho
li'uniiuro (iMdent. vkW ncniicr ml In to
'. if . u i -
ffr4fet from her LtillnB worth an a rtfMiol)-
Uttvff of tho Hccdniii 6kluhoni illHtrlqU t Her
njlrf llfo'ii hlHtoA-.lw illHpoHltlon her.em-
jiijuient allko fie hlr !for wplcndld nqvloo on
tk fcoimo coiiimltcVo Indian affair.1 'rhero"
he ffculoncs and llieru' hIio can hn ni i?r..-i)
irvlco not alone U he rfown unite hut to other
maiuberu of tho cim'mljteo. For congremi Iiom
tj-of had a mcinhe'r xplcndldly equipped
tpc duties of (hlKi rptnmlttco a tho repro-
tlvo of tho Htcijiiill Oklahoma. OkUhoma
tH tho sUBKe(h)hj tlmt sho hcciuo u mcro
Jlfy maid " I ' ? I 'I
wK nonsi:nkuuii rMiiiDim.
tiii: o.vi: as it o.viiv panacka.
"Until thn eilrll of .Icmiih Chrlnt purmnaten
all tho ileatlniiM hotcon cnpllal nnil lahor wo
Hhull not nen tho Ideal condition"! In luduntry"
mild U. II. ronHtcrmachtr at Hu; Y. M. C. A.
forum Kuiiilay afteinoon
Thnro la a utalnmunt of preclne fact that ran
neither he qualified or dlfiqunllfled. H la eternal
and everl.iHtlnif. hccalimi It In ojiaot Truth. And
If tho npeakcr had Konc a Htep further and ex-
plained that unlverxal peaco 1m uttalnahln In no
other way ho would havo Mated thn onn mid
only panacea for thn trouhlcit of all tho wot Id.
dod wuh all hut xcotirKcd from tho KrnateHt
pcaro undertnklnK that tho mind of man han
ever haihored. Of rouiHir It wan doomed to
failure. With tho onn eunmtlul clement lacklliK
how could It ho exprcted to work?
And tho xanio In truo of tho varloun Induntrtnl
oonferencen. With ono nldo pleading who clans
tho Chrlntlan rollk'lou a a a "capltallntlo" con-
xplracy mid tho other hIiIo conducting neKotl.i-
ttoiiH alontr that line how 1m It cotiHldered pox-
Hlhlo to appeal to hotter naturra that havo
novrr been quickened?
In tho vernacular of thn ntrcctx Mr. Winder-
luachcr nulil a mouthful.
Mil DYCHirK .MISTAKi:.
Mr. Kd Dychi) who ua tho former muniiKer
of J. Iv. Ilninon'M political ambltloiiH him lio-
como the official director of tho regency cabal
'that mcc1;h to heHtow on a citizen of IIIIiioIh thn
political inantln of her lata huxhaud la llood-
. iiiff tho Htato with letterrt to leadlliK republican
women axkhiK tholr cudoruoment of tho plan.
In thin Mr. Dycho Hhown a lumcntablo lack
of tiudcrxtmidliih' of tho femalo till ml mid code
111m prrHiimptlon that tho women of Oklahoma
would xupport that Hchome xurkchIh that hn may
havo become Imbued with tho Idenx of hlx Into
chief rexpcclhiB women In polltlcx. That may
explain It; thouKh wo would much prefer to
hclluvo that It Ih tho result of nothing moro
4" At any uile thu reception xuch letters havo
Irecclvml from Tulsa women shows how badly
tho rcKeuey innnaKcr Is lulxtaken. It Thn World
1ft at all capable of sounding public opinion In
this (date tho women of tho ntuto aro a practical
Unit In their relief that thn lianin of llamon
!hofl been cllmlualcd from tlx politics aa well
as u unit In their dctci initiation that it shall
not iiKaiu become Involved In Us politics.
Ho far fiom feeling complimented by the
Dycho xiiKextlon that tho widow a member of
their own sex bo clothed with tho regency they
irvscut tho hukkcnUoii hn a humiliation nceod-
irssly put upon them. If tho regency proposal
huii nothing moro substantial behind It than
thu support of thu women of Oklahoma It Is a
wobbly thing Imlrcd.
wrlf"rK0 inudn by llenjiimlti Mai-sh dlrcc-
liear5iriatloiifoftliorriimera' Naijonal couu-
ino iJIUcaKO.-rrderatlori nf Labor
there W a "criminal conspiracy to
n tho price of farm product below
SupnMi. production" ti the met nonsensical
WAaiVrlng "crlnilnal-i wmiplraclcs" wo
ofa pop urllor 'hqVf'Ifhiiitternncea aa
Us suit li "ns lff who profess to bo
Injunctlonactlng for fcW orianlzatlon. The
rloma nndV" "K tho fact 'thai such talk
liar namciicluU clxes consciousness for an
and for nrL-
rexiiltlrig frTV ' "
Tho defeWnlng of.' tUo. farmers' national
lcnolkoCComphn0 WlnR of this man
rourl oorpo venture tho assertion how-
Company lnters' national council U much
Roma? " nnVf"0" """icrs of tho coun-
leged that thn the Ttiisslan radical organlci-
!andsCrthkn1ftt01"'I-''t In this coun-
truthfully de.Polltical revolution similar to
"nThe "court WlJ t
fendants frumJOi0 various and lundry
UeacrtbliiK uwn the pillars of tho templo
KAHIiV ciiuistian tuaininr.
To know to a certainty that a man had early
Chltsttan training Is to bo able to forecast with
re.tsonablo certainty what his uctlonw will bu
In critaln great crises ot life after tho shadows
begin falling towards tho cant regardless ot
what his life may havo been between thn two
To lnow that a man or woman had early
Christian training In to possess positive knout-
edgo that such man or woman Is never hopeless;
for mi nppual on tho grounds of religious moral-
ity will sooner or later secure tho desired re-
action. Tor theso reasons If for no other It Is grati-
fying to read that last .Sunday for Instance
nearly seven thousand Tulsa hoys and girls at-
tended tho Kunday schools ot the 1'rotcotant
churches. Ot course a considerable number In
addition to theso camo under tho religious minis-
nations of tho Catholic churches Christian
This Is the fact wo refer to whnn we lay
claim to being a Christian people I'o.islbty not
moro than half that number of adults attended
religious services Sunday. Hut even so parenm
who themselves uro not zealous to wait upon
tho offices of their church do concern them-
selves to sen thai their children attend .Sunday
school that they may havo thu benefit of that
early training which anchors them with gi eater
or Ics secuilty to tho eternal critics of HTo.
It would be a happy circumstance If wo could
foul assured that In the homes from whenco
these seven thousand children came they w r.
surrounded with that Christian atmosphero so
chsmitlal to homo life. Tho very form Itself.
iven though tho spirit be Puking has a tremen-
dous Infhiinoi on thu after llfo of tho ihlld.
l'erhupx Hint will miiiio ngaln. At any into
wu cm c.ongtnlulale ourselves that so l.i'g) a
number of thn men and women of thn fiilurr
Imvo Hutidny sthool liilltiencrs and W3 can liopo
that In somo way alt parents may ho brought
to sro tho wisdom of havlm; their thlldicn
btought under such an Influence
Thn wlrni from the Bliito house mum be down.
No ri'pottM of pul dons granted aro coming out.
It may bo also mid that In addition to other
niiomiillshmelitH fl.ua fUnlth has a literary
turn of mind.
Tho young man on North Main sees n re-
turn to normalcy In that oung ladles aro actu-
ally wiiu lug cotton hone.
Loud explosions occasionally heard nrc not
always ranged by a punctured tiro. .Sometimes
It Is only llomu brew expanding Itself.
Our Idea of thn nude In ait modestly observes
tint I )a I la ii News Is that the bath tub scenes
should bo cut out of tho moving plctuies.
Ono reason pcrhap" why the grand opera
was applauded no vigorously was because tho
la.eno on tho Nile showed!! couple of oil tanks.
As evidence that tho movement to clean-
lioiiso n spreading wo note that .Muskogee Is
f'ti'llnn mi unusual number lo tho "death
Yon can say this In behalf of the street ear
conductors who are catling out tho street cross-
ings but few of tliem can qualify for grand
"Jack tho Clipper" who has been creating
lerror In Philadelphia by clipping tho hair of
rod-headed girls has born Identified by thu
henna stains no his hands.
Ily the way they are letting men off In tho
eastern factories x.ivh Jerrv Hand in tho Okmul-
pro Times them oughn't to ho much trnuhlo in
obtaining a sufficient supply of church ushers
Wo gather from a published statement by
thn principal of thu public schools in Marlow
that unopened heat In tho high school build-
ing account for thn mysterious disappearance
ofjimik from tlm school library.
Haronwtcr of Public Opinion
Would .ShiII a "lllK Slum."
Kdltor World: When do you suppose the
"City Dads" will get on tho Job sufficiently to
"totlte tho flro department off Main street?"
Several months ngo an a member ot tho com-
mute)) appointed hy thn Automobile club to as-
sist In solving the traiiKportatlon problems of
Tulsa wo wero promised action In this matter.
lloulder and Huston nro both morn ilexlrablo
streeti) physically and havo half as many auto-
mobiles and no street cars to Impede thu prog-
ress of thu flro fighters; yet Main street In In-
variably the choice.
You nek why?
"Simply that tho flro department may put
on a show." I quoto that answer hecuuso I've
heard It no often 1 could nut claim credit for
Just plain common sense tho protection of
human life and thn best routn to got to a fire
In tho iMiithern part of the city would lead tho
flro department to chooso any other street
than Main; but no the desire to "put on a
show" Ih stronger than tho doidro for either ef-
ficient service or protertlon of human llfo.
Wo wonder when thu "City Dads'' will take
this matter In hand?
Tulsa November 30th. O. P. STRUM.
Till' House Ilrtdauraiit.
It is said that thn opeaker desires to transfer
Ills authority to tho first woman representative
ft um Oklahoma MNs Agnes Ilobertson If tlio
lady Is willing Sho would qualify as no ono
else In the houso could us the proprietor of tho
most popular restaurant In Muskogee To her
culinary no less than to her dialectical skill she
owes her translation to the cuptlol at Washing-
ton. It would certainly hn a reform to havo
homio one who knows good fare responsible for
thn food mid attendanco in tho house restaurant.
The concesslonalro selected by hr to manage
It on a commlhslon basis might well bo a wo-
man hut at any ruto her choice would havo to
please or go. Her authority would bo para-
mount the speaker has never had much Influ-
ence In the restaurant after making his appoint-
ment r'nmo awaits Iteprrsentntlvo Agnos Hob-
orison If she will reform the houso culslno. The
member would he unanimous for her return
to Washington term after term. Her dialecti-
cal skill sho could exerclso under tho eye of
Speaker fllllet. She would always ho recognized.
She might bo excused from committee work.
Her popularity would know no bounds How can
Mis-) Ilobertson resist Mr. C.lllett's Invitation?
Now York Times.
Women and llllllsiards.
At least the billboard Itf doomed. It has with-
stood nsHanlts with a pertinacity worthy nf a
better cause but Its time has come. Thn fed-
erated women's clubs of tho nation havo Joined
with thn artistic associations which have had an
uullhlllhouril rrusado for some time.
There will ho few mourpers to deplore the
passing billboard It may ho wept over hero mid
there by n dealer who believes tho gaudy adver-
tisements brought him business but Us demise
will be hailed with Jov by all who seek u Ily
beautiful or who havo been offended hy seeing
tho choicest bits of scenery on ti long-untlclputcil
tilp obscured or marred by these horrors
In ono neighborhood resentment blazed so
high that several offending blllbo'irdH caught
lire mid wero almost totally destroyed. Hut
that Is vandalism. It leads only to lawsuits and
moro billboards. Fur moro astute mid danger-
ous In the policy which Interests the women In
their banishment. What chanco has anything
when tho women get after It -mid with a club
a! thaf Hirtlcxville Ktamlnrr.
M FK'S linSPONSIHILITY.
(Copyilght. 10:.'0 by Kdgur A. durst.)
This Is the thing I would havo you learn
nothing Is yours to keep.
And never you II lest from the need of toll
till thu last long final sleep.
There's never a place nor a lime In llfo when
nothing you'll hao to do
Whatever the post you shall camo to here It
shall call for tho best In you.
You may dream of riches and all tho Joy
which silver nod gold can buy
Hut the gi eater tho wealth tli.it shall como to
you tho greater your caro shall lie;
For the moro that this llfo shall give to you
the moro to llfo you must give
For this Is tho great unwritten law; No man
to himself can live.
Has Ood bestowed on you talents rare by
which you may rise to f.iino'.'
Then upon your soul Ho has laid thu ohargo
with courage to uso the same;
Nor skill nor power can bring ou case for
this you shall find Is true
Ho who has much to do with here shall ever
huvu much to do.
For llfo and talents mid wealth and fa mo
aro given to men In trust
And each must work with iho gifts he has
till his flesh returmi to dust
For this Is the law which governs all and
HiIh Is the common test
He that conies to tho best llfo has must give
to tho world Ills best
THE END OF HIS VACATION
(C(;rlhli 11901 Dr Tb CoUn Tribune I
The Promoter's Wife
By JANE PHELPS
Is Low 111111(1'.'
As I had decided lo go ahead with
my plans simply putting off the
tlmo when I should take the public
Into my confidence 1 continued to
rhop for the things which one always
needs after tho principal part of
what ono attempts Is finished. I was
in a small exclusive decorators
dipp on the avenue. I was trying
to match somu frlngo for a lamp
t'hade I was having made. Several
people wero In tho shop and I wa.-
obliged to wait somo llttlo tlmo be
foro I received attention. I wan
dered about looking at many daint.
confections when my notice was ta-
ken by a silent whisper:
"Yes that's his wife! stunning
"Yes what ho can seo In that
Illanche Orton is beyond me. She
Isn't bad you know she Isn't whole-
some enough to really compromls''
herself. Hut the way sho leads men
on Is something awful."
"1 guess Forbes Is willing enough
to bo led If .ill I hear Is true."
.lust then the salcswomun who
was attending to them brought some
materials for their Inspection and
tho cotiveis.itioii was interrupted 1
remained whete 1 was hoping they
would resume It. I was not disap-
pointed. "My husband toys he's got Forbes
number all right. You know what
queer expressions men use lie ha
talked about him a lot been suspi-
cious all along. He hasn't much use
for promoters anyway. Il thinks
so many of them are crooked."
"Hut surely they can't all be" the
other woman spoke.
"No but Tom claims they men't
to he trusted olther. Hu says that
when they aren't crooked they mi
vHou.iry and" Then "Oh see Sue
this piece is exactly tho color we
wanted" They bought some of the
material ami left thu shop
1 matched my fringe and went im-
mediately home. I had soveral other
errands on my list but they would
hnvn to wait I could do no mori
The Young Lady
Across tho. Way
that day. I was trembling with In-
dignation and cold with something
like fear. Could they all bo mis-
taken. Hough but kindly Mr. Fred-
crick lrrulne and this woman. 1
wimed I had asked tho clerK tier
name. 1 wondeied If rho were social
ly prominent. She was beautifully
gowned and I hud noticed a limou-
sine with two men on thu box. Of
olirse II might belong to the other
I paced feverishly up and down
ho room upon my return home. I
lasped and unclasped my hands so
rvous I could not keep still a
noment. Was Nell nurely vision
.rv? Vision. irv I knew he was tn a
' ertaln extent but 1 always had
onsldercd that he had a lot of hard
mihIiicss sense also. Wihen at first
mi was continually on tho verge of
unking a fortune 1 worried n great
leal. Hut now when ho hud been so
nioccFsful 1 had forgotten to worry.
o pay much attention when he
talked of "hoping to put this deal
hrough" mid other expressions he
ised when talking of his financial
"1 know ho Is not dishonest!" was
my constant reiteration on I walked
mck and forth. "Ho pays nil his
bills. And he Is so generous. lie
will lend or clvo to anyone who asks.
Oh I wish I could make them all see
low fine nail lovable he Is1"
Then came the thought: "they say
Ho Is not practical." That was what
Mr. Frcd-rlrk had said. What dlf-
'erenco did it make If ho won out
U was no sin to be different from
ho plodding men nil around him
it was no sin to talk In thousands
nstcad of small sums. It he made
''ulf a million Instead of n few thou-
'imds It only proved his superiority.
I might have known that when
ino"has to aj-gue tlietnelvcs Into the
leceptanco of a thought there was
ntnethlng wrong somewhere. Hut 1
didn't! I loved mv husband Intenso-
v- I b-llcved In him to the utmost
r was Jealous nt times principally
r Hianciie Orion i naieii io stay
lono when ho remained out with
da business friend" yet I do not
hlnk there ate many women who
rally cared more really loved thn
onn they lnd married more than I
They say that "lovu is blind." That
in rhnps Is some excuse for me.
Tomorrow. Anxious Dajs.
"" III III
Tile votitii? lmle iii'iim lln u'nv
says thn prlnolplo of the single tax
may lie all right hut It rcrluiti
Inurtil't Mi-mn full In tinr.lt. 1) t.t tit.
woman wno would liavo man led I
thu right man had come along.
Hy Li:i: PAPF.
Wo was eating supper last nlte
being stake under onions and Nora
nuck her hed throo tho kltchln door
saying. Wats that rcdlckillss perpio
ruck hanging on my clothes line
Henny did you do that .'
Ileck. that was slpposed to bo a
secret 1 himI wats you think ma a
man gave out somo perpio dyo this
iftlrnoon so dont be serpmed If
veuve got a pet pie shertwalao now
lusted of a pink one.
Dont you dare to tell mo youvo
done things to my new pink waist
ed mu and I scd I ony did ono
thing to It ma jest dyed It perpio
and pop sod Ha ha ha wats you
looking so gium about mother the
boy was trying to do you a favor and
d'addls trod Hen bee hec mother
1 rn dying tn sen it on you.
I dyed siltuthtng of yours too
Ciladdls I sod and film sod How
duicil you wat did you dye? and I
scd Ony that pair of wltu stockings
that was on tho chair and dtaddls
sed. Ony ony. my bran now wlto
silk Hoi Mugs absllootly spoiled ony.
ony and ma sed Heo hen yon luf-
fed at me now wy dont you laff at
Wy dont you both laff nt each
nhcr haw haw. haw wares your
ictus of hiimer sed pop. and I sed
o ou think you would wunt to
i.ive a perpio pipe pop? and pep
'd Holey Jumping Jukiter did you
Lire to ruin the pipe that it took
Th' Apple C.rovo Deb.'ttln' Club
met Saturday night an' resolved that
iiuudMiakln' gits you further than
real griutncTs. lihnor Moots wu.
shot tn th' flask whilo huntl' t'day.
me S munth.s to brake In Jest rlto?
and I scd It alut ruined pop its Jest
llee lice wy dont you laff at your-
self a llttlo? sed mu and Gladdls ncd
Yes father wont you join us In n
little menlment heo hec hoe waves
our scnts of burner?
1 gess 1 ran take a Joak no well as
cnybndy cits confowncd It sod pop.
And hn kepp on eating his nupplr
looking ns mad as if ho wouldent of
knew a Jouk If hu saw; one.
Proving Us libel to bo safer to do
a lot of damldgo than Jest a little.
Instead of trying to sou how
much trouble you can stir up got
bus' and help those who uro In
trouble and seo how much you will
enjoy the change.
f" The Horoscope
"The stori Inclne hut do )iot r
Tl'L-SDAY li:( L.MItl.U 7
Cpyl. 152(1 hy Atcl'luro .Nwipa.
Astrologers read tho inoroui i t
this day us rather unrcr'ain .n
planetary rule. Mars Saturn j
Ncptunu mu In inalcnt apui.t u
Jupiter mid thu Sun aro In filnd.y
Tho afternoon hours should 1
favorable for all soi-ih of traluu
and merchants i-hould make the ) . .
of all opportunities.
it Is predicted lhat ChrlMtt.m
shopping will show somo fulling i if
in inn costliness or girts purch.ih il
but that It will bo on tho wltoh. . .
Irritability and discontent .)
supposed lo bo encouraged by to-
day's positing of the stars.
Tho rulo Is not a good ono f r
mi.ii.lc harmony as qumro's
hor problems aro foreshadowed ti 1
strikes seem to bo Indicated
There Is a sign showing tmf.
Ing and privation as moro exu n1u
than they havo been In recent vc rs.
Saturn again frowns on mlnn in-
tcrcsts making for Industrial tr- a-
hies. Accidents also seem to ou
Neptune Is In a place read as ;n
lstcr for old-established Ideas at i
traditions. Tho new era wih t .
mote and more recognized.
There Is a sign lead as prcsigl
a slump lu certain oil stocks and '.
appointment for investors.
An aspect Interpreted as prople '
of combinations or ugrcomcn's be-
tween persons In Kovernnunl.il pt
sltlons and persons In control
business which should greatly aij
Congress will consider many new
problems but there wdll not be tl.
timn work necessary to soivo llv tu
tho fleers declare.
Washington Is subject to stars tha
presage an extraordlnmy nuinlur
of visitors but social affairs will be
quiet until Kastor If tho stars aro
Organizations of women uro to
multiply. Many of thesu will be
concerned In economic reforms and
they mo to ;havo a great influence
on the politics ot tho future.
Poisons whoso hlrtluluto it li
should avoid worry and beware of
entrance to u quarrel. Dullness at-
fairs should be aatlsfactory.
Children bc-rn on this day may be
quick-tempered but warm-hearte 1
In business they are likely to be ex-
tremely lucky. Girls havo tho au
gury of nappy marrluge.
NINE BIG STILLS CAPTURED
Federal Agents Mako a Dig Haul In
Ihc Kentucky .Mountain-..
r.KXINOTON Ky Dec. C Nine
fully equipped stills of from 60 to
100 gallons capacity C500 gallons
of still beer and 100 gallons of
moonshine whisky wero taken by
federal agents In a raid In thu
"South America" district In Whit-
ley county Saturday after a pitched
battlo between 30 alleged moon-
shiners and II prohibition agents
and Fnlted States marshals.
At least ono of the alleged moon-
shiners is believed to havo been
killed or surlouslv wounded In the
skirmish thut preceded the iictu.il
Four of the men captilrod in the
battlo uro hold In Plneville. Thev
nro Pcndorson Gibson Hlrd Powcis
F. F. Hnmblln and John Ollison
Other men wero released becauM
tiiero wero. not enough agents tc
guard them according to United
States Commissioner J. W. Itollltis.
Fnlted States marshals will begin
serving warrants Monday on 20
other men alleged to havo partici-
pated In tho battlo with tho officers.
tlush Is Essential
Tiu.'&au . crvonrx jjujuajjAU
inz msiHunznr or me innoRTML
Conforming m eVery part to on
ideal so M thatuien?hd5ta
no succesful imitation o ita
PINCH) FR0J1 8?5 UP
417 SOUTH .MAIN ST.
A. J. CltlPi: Manager
at t "1.
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