The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 281, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 9, 1921 Page: 4 of 18
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Dttilu Whiten! Quotation
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u: mic inn. Ihii Hint r-it kIvIiih n
.' any in hi hnve it tllirii'l (it "mm-
iint iiny even i.n Chilnt forgnvn
. ' I" i. - Pol. Ill 13.
mil In we ml mi. lineage prove
Kit f. ogive tin good nnrl love;
nft eml.iu lunula iii kind nlrlfn
i .KtiH-iiliiK Dip hind i.r J illy 11 f.
i)is.vi'iHi'criiv wnii i(i:it.Mi:.vi'.
Thn Inability of any government to give anl-
UfActlon to I ho people la nnrl tit thn illalnrhhig
Itna of ilju Hm. Thoughtful men every
wim art' remarking It nml wondering what
thn ratine ran rn or ih' eonanaucnet. wilt lio.
Thorn 'wan a time when an '111li11lnl1.trulon
on in mn ii (UmI Hid t'litliiialMLilR Mnpiijirt of lm
liartlaana through thick and thin. Now tho nt-
lllurto of atnii 'pnrtlwirin In Intetmflv crltlral;
nml fallmx to meet i'Xn'PliillniiK la the nlgnnt
for n rhangn of mlinlnlsiintloii at Hip fit hi op-
portunity. Thin In ii I'lili-mllil tendency up o fi
Riven point. It can. however be carried to tint
olrrma where It be. omen dangerous. We
think II la being i arrh'il' to such an eireine.
.iiil thn rciimm la Hint gnval ninetit Ima nt-
f nutty yielded ao iiinrh to mere public rlnninr
Hint It can only with the gientcst illfriiully in-
tuitu thu groiuul loat. I'poplf nn- ilnnmiulliin
ton much nf novfriiiiicnl . mora tliun It nliould
nvfr lulvc glvi'ii morn tlinn It inn cniitlnii" to
Itlvo If It I t to imiluri'. Tor ilfriili'a thn Hnlli'il
HtnlfH Mtonil out n km lift tlu Vi'ry npin'iirniirn of
. patf i nnllani limn It yh'li1tl nllniri.thci.
Thn govi-rnini'iil linn lionimn pnti'iimllatlc.
Mun look In It lo perform lillinclrH In nrrnin-
plldi tiltnuit fvcrythlnit. finvci iinirnl'' la ox-
pat'tcd In routine primpi'iily. en.ihle liullvlilunla
to niulfo money piovlile emiilnymeul ovi'initi'
tho nffUi'i of tlnt'tnr nnrne Kiiiirillim nml
p.irent. All thli lo fon lmi to the enrH'Ct eon.
eeptlnn of nin'iriiiiwtil mill nilHOhlr-vniin In IIh
('iiliteiiienre I'nr milium cm rl limulll ilnea itn
theie lliliiit" the rlllrena turn In n huff to the
lures of Mime oilier Pin I J" whleli piovliu; llHilf
lliriip.'lhle of ilolliK the Impnpilhle In llket'lii'
leiileil tlie i;oeriiliiK iniiiiiliitn nt the fli'Mt op-
portunity. Tliun pollllea In In n roil nt (in t Htnle
of Mux iinil pulillo fonflilenrn In overnmeiitii
iiffnlrn km'wh Ii'mm iinil eti.
Our t'oiintry Inn Jimt enieriteit from five or
nix yedrn of the numt linlefeimlhlo p.iterimllHiu
In Koveriimenl Iiniicliiulil". It Mnmln nhiinil-
mitly prnvcii ihut Kovrrnmpnt run Inflict tre-
tiieniloui iliuiRe lnipnn Intoleinlile eol upon
IIh Hlilijerla. The 1 11 ntt I mi hi then nakeil why It
riinnnt lepnlr llila il.tliiiit" Mini lufunil thew
tooln? The esppi't.itlon wih nml Is Hint It will
iln mi. Vet It It liiciiiihli of meetlnu Unit ox-
iioctnllmi. A Kovorntiipnt Hint would lny up for Iti'elf no
trouhlti nml woulil roiiHtnntly eomnmnil tho nf-
feetioimtn rennnl of lla I'lihJpotH woulil tiniler-
take llttln innre than In defcml lla aubjeeta
iiKiitiiMt ent'inlPa from without ( protoot Ihem In
thlr rlghla mnl property nKnlnct the nRRrett-
olona of one nnotlipr nml unilertitke tn mljuill-
Chlo tlio tllffprpucea MrowliiK up liptwetm buUI
(ubJPPtn. It woulil uliii KUiir.tntpe every In-
dividual n fair opportunity to work out Ills own
material welfare In nteorilanee with hi natural
i mlowmi nta. Hut It woulil not unilortnke clna-t
li'Rlal.itlnn. or permit tlnclf to itlHtrlbilU hano-
laPtlona of any kind. It woulil maintain a aim-
pie. tcnnomlo ayalem for the enactment Inter-
"ml atpllpAtlon of law There It
i .'li.iiilil tftnp. That. tntliTd la tile
hi An ciinatltution.
'h. funi'tlnn of Koterntnt'nt to enn-
i. - i ill ton float! to tho HuhtHntiil
' Ih. people riecitUKP tt hn drifted
'i"i' .( 'i i . i nf Hi. ii' .ii'ii!.. i- wl
i-l"'l for iv. o. In pre' In I tin miioi' toiolltlon
that Cut prni It r wa In Korh had thn
llnehea KriiKKY- f.. 't alona hi. would hava
wllhln th neat fn .nlifhl at moat Inrcd nn
DrieondlHonRl aiiri. uifpr Jtitfl an tMinpary
anirpd a knorknut m th" fourth round. Then
ri.rmany would han not only apeedlly anpatt
lo terma tlletatrd but ahn would hve fulfilled
lho term na an not of nejf preanrvatlnn nnd
In order tn fraa hor tirrllorlea of Invadara. All
that Inta trnnaplred rtnre thn day of thn af-
nli e would hava hmn avoided. Thn world
would hnvn found pparn within alx monthi
after Hie aurrernlar.
Wnllaet la rlthl fe might a lan havo addad
that hud the war been fought to Ita logtral
eoneltialon and ended by a peace along jirac-
lltal Ilnea. Hie way would have bnnn navpil for
t leitrup of nnllono aeeifablo to all eon-
ti.vn f.wuiDA'ri: i.v nii! ovrs
Thfre'a tit leant onn nindldalo for atate nfflrn
out In the open. Hid Mm Kan. who helpnd dig
neveial r I vera mid eonatrutt vai Inua hllln In
eaatein ( iklih"tiia nod who more recently Ima
made flriind river fannina by Ida hoKtelry inyn
lie will make the taee for lleiiteii.tnt gnremnr
on the demoeratle tlrket. There are no wir-
Vntlona att.tthed lo hbt derlnratlon t
ftolonel Morgan w." n member nf thn leRln-
Inturn a frw yeara ifflo and wna both heard nml
felt moat every mlntjla of the neanlnn. I In
cornea of nn old and prominent family and la
of that Ivpe which mlyht ho called Irrepreari-
Ible. If he think II h.' niva It and. na n usual
thing hit thinking nppnintiia worka ittrnlght.
He any that Ida ambition In to prealde over
thn ntnle aenatn; that n furinnr Ima never jet
lout that honor Hint ho thliikn moat nny rood
furinnr eun Improve thn reroril thii't fur niade.
The World li of thn opinion tho deniocriiln
roiild M farther nml do iniirli wnrnn They
probably will. Hut (1 Itl Moritnn would mnko a
lleillenmil gnvnnior nrreptdble to nil.
Mr inin iiuriiN
ANOTHER HISTORIC OCCASION FOR JULY
The nenaori h ta been hard on itnmmer reaortn.
Aolde from celery. .Mli'hlirnn'a chief Indinttry It
t'llmutn The upper penlnnulii la nupponoii to
nllnirt folk from Hie aoiitliprn nml o.iiithweKt-
em ataten nlong nboiil Ihln lime of the yenr.
Hut ll'a no hot In Michigan Hint the trout
nre dying In the atieuma. The gume wnrilui of
MIohlKiin nnyn mi. And Up In fi.imiili forent
fliea Imve broken mil ntnrted. preaiiimthly by
opontnneoiin combiinilnn. Por nn Oklnhoman
to go to thot'i' Heclliinii woulil be like Jumplni;
from the frying pun Into the fire.
It'a beginning to warm up here. ttut no-
body linn i eported the fluli dylni; fiom he.it
mr forent flren breaking out. Win never put
TtilH'i forward an n nummer report but If re-
poitH nre true ehe him. It over Cmaila nml
Mlrhlgnn nt leant four way from Hip deuce.
MOI'OHS IV AMKItllW.
There nre !)2 1 129ft rcKlnlercil mnlor rnrn In
the I'nlk'il rltittcn Ri'rordlng to a ciniiiillatlnii
nf Htatlatlrn recently publlHlied by thn Ailtntno-
hlle I'hnmlicr of rommerre of Atnerlrn wdilrh
Incluilen ilin motor flumps for every country in
The flguien nro very ImprcpnlvP. It nppearo
that thn iienrent conipptltor Ami'rltn hnn In
f Ileal llrltutn wlloin the reglntritllon hnwn only
i:n00n whllo Canada i mea nrxt with 10.1000.
With Hiphi. two exeeptlniia but one other na-
tion In tho world linn more motor rurt In lino
llian hna Oklahoma ltnplf. Theru nro only
202.500 III l'runcp.
It iipppurn Hint the motor car N ntlll n lux-
ury in every t'oiintry of tho world cxeeptlnsr
only tho United where It linn beromo not only
n iiccoanlty but the itimmouogt of mechanical
cimtrlvuiici'H. In nil the world there nre 10-
'J32.27S motor rnrn 0.2 1 1.J95 of which nre In
tho rontlnentnl I'nlted Stntea tint Including
Almtkn which lina (00; nor the llnwnllan
Inland'. which have 1.210; nor Porta. Itlco.
which hna ti.fiOO; nor tho l'hlllpiilnp.x. which
have IS 700.
Tho atiprctnnry of the lnltciStutcn In motor
cam. corn and cotton la beyond tuitton.
Vlen l.nr f
wrailtig a J!
ii na vn H
'i I In. ... IlKllt
ileK. ilpllnn nbe wait '
iiiilo KKlrl itnn
(Coirllbt insi 11 Tti CMrto Trltnin I
The girl on Hmnh .Mum np.akniK of the nltun-
tlon aayo It In not hn Hun a coming but rtnft'
Hnifa going I
Tho police II T B'llfitf fti trv till 111 I rlt r am ti nrii t
'nd other nrrendnia. Tiylng to ahlft thelf
tiniibleg onto tho newapapnra.
Thn jiollrn captured John Do thn other day
anil now they nr.! trying to identify him on
being tho well known III. hard Jloe.
l.J?Trrn"r''nUy l?n tn" tn""" " tl'l"
"nrth. Onn I a fat Dirty trying to flirt with it
oklnnv mm. ani t v ..ih- i. i.t.a . . . .
Hirik trying to make a tint ovr thn telephone.
Onn nf the tnoal lrflnln and cnneln.. political I
f.lt.rlen w have ever rend npppiued In The I
World laat Mundny. Yon couldn't pnnnlbly tell'
after rending it who la going to bu Tulan'a next '
- A Tulaa couple Went to Hie country thn other
dllnp diiKtl fitrinhnuM. where two loonleia vi
fighting ami wire told thi.t there wiim not it
I. .ii I 1 . .. wmrn U""H '" "" ''''ifhinlon
that all nlgna fail noin.ilmea.
Of coutap many people went to nee Hip fight
but tho rfr.nt content V1H n(lt .W1.(1) !.'
nnd carp! Tho main event w. really
.eiwe. o A iktUhii hiimorlala to e which of
them lould wrlto the fiinnlent atory.
lw'.?"'i?rW ' "';'''7""" awful on the
oiirlti wild n aweet voice t.eklm: light on
proper deport mem. " w.m a r;r L '
tn.H.ent mnlden. "'n' K't tn i
(i nethliiK Miny to look nt after Borgl ng Hit
tmlvea on blood hIiikkIiik h mi in-
Huromclcr of Public Opinion'
. .. N'U" rnl'f unlltv.
th. Wld ;rr''V iV""r Mr Taft In
.. i 1 . e i. "Vl wm "'ul-'l 1 "I'lrlt
. . T '; """" ''"t- ""'I truth of tho
... o.ii-i mo nun n or too little of pialnc
......rvi in i i i-t i;ri i nl.. I it Mi.
t'luliy mi the
Hit iter nf the
The taklnc nf
i. . tivil
iii n. . t
i . . i
. I I lln
la now looked to to nc-
. i eltiaena The tIH-
"i ih;In nriinnljed for
i ei omental coneea-
' 1'ie Hound theory
n . mil t entninaiid aa
" -' he clalmtd bv
i up in orgnnlx.it Inn.
' ' n !'. i t il nitency tint
. uroiip or faction
i 'l w of atrength
' ' mil cliixen has
ii i"..nl govern-
1 ' i of pater-
' !i wrccko of
Knmcbody la trying to find n deadly tdgnlfl-
caneo n Hip fnrt t)mt Vncle Hmn'a KiIhicco bill
laat yenr wna greater thnn tho ainniint he paid
clinol tenrherii. What of it? If tho old gent
ilblti't cmoko or chow or dip antiff. tho money
In- armul by Ida oelf nhncKntlon would not go
to the arlinol tenchera. It In rttlmrteit tlmt n
hunilieil thnuantitl couples were mnrrled dur-
lnjr tho monlli of June bringing prnnpprlty to
the hniii'-furiiln)ilug bualnen. nml promlnlug n
large bualneevt for the dnctorn a. little Inter nn.
but the underlakern will get nono of tlio money
now nlthoUKh thrv'll eventtmllv win.
. .nun. i oi Aineiiiaii I.m i
'i" ihat In npiierinoHt In the
w.'ild - Hint of human Jimtlie
tile . lilef Kent of Iim.ii i... . " .
m'. . 1 oiuni ni.lien oy
ilio'.. '. I""!ll1"' 'vbl prrNpccilve b. farii
hoae nliiwi liven liberty nml property mut
!?' .'" r"1""'"" rihly judgment
iireJot 1 ' lu. i':1:lul" f "'I l'"t pant lino the
prencnt im of hlnnn lf. . o inoro or Unn
A n nuro y t coming thn at.utt ordained
f i i. i'o ill'1 10 '"' " Hi" tlaya
n n."f ' were well favorcl
in inin l body fume nml fortune. lrt father
waa ikh nml h-lil hiRh place In the federal
Itnvernmeiit. The hop in bin youth wan of tho
Hofliil and flimncial creiim of Cincinnati u
tenter of mini preieiialona in both m n nnd
money to any nothing of mi.ip hog nnd Immiiiy.
Opportunity nf pa latte wealth pn.-llloii and
ower wan hln aiinplclou hirltaue ami from
tlie atait madii him. and all lm a.i.i ....i .u.i
prominent In the public eye. Kor hlmnelf and
fnmlly. he never had o.'taHin to feel nny
niulety over the dally hi cut 1 meat prob-
cm that worrleit ami Imirlctt men of lowly L-n-tiitn
nml M'liuly chanio in life. All of hln
wt plural length of di.jH him been freo from
rccllngH of iMllcliude for hln loved onen bo far
aa worldly pr.ivlHlotiM are concei ned. No cloud
ban flecked the horizon of l.n. i. -.i
ban wet the pillow of hln nlghtn. 'on thin vital
r"on in'iiinum ncore. lie and hln have over
been cmboweitd amlilK the giacloun and pa-
latial plenty that Included not only Hip com-
innii coniform hut Hi. el. gnat and contly lux-
mien iih well. Voilly. they hay oat all the
"biy long and slept their nlghin away on the
downy Hide nf the plank of exNtuuce. No home
linn bet n Inn profune of all that In dcnlrab!.-
for him and hln loved onen. pm-ltiop 0clal
or orflilal within the jn.wer nf the American
people luui been too high or hoitombhi fr liliu
ami hl.i family. N n-hool too exclunlte or cx-
pennlve for hln boy and girl. lla and hln dear
linen himi lltcd and traveled In Hlatu all
around the Blobe on the buuntlfiil nav
and iieriiuiNilen of fat imliimi r..r......... I
The Woman Who Loved-and Earned
iiy .lANi; ;'hi:ps
A .M01)i:it.V KTUUY OF HOMU AND HUSl.IiS3
I had been aurprlna'd at the ron-
vernatlon between Oardner and
Itnbeit the evenlni: they had apein
with lii but had lint ttpoken of It. I
had beon aurprlaetl nnd plennud that
Hobert bud apoken no frankly ami
had been no willing to nco all tho
advantage of my plan and had
not mennoned hi.t fears. Then one
night noon afterward Hubert re-
fnrrcd to the mihjeet.
"flerrj-. j'ou havo converted me.
Ileally 1 am won over to believe a
woman can he a good wife u good
bunlncHH woman and can alnn make
a happy home. How j'ou do It In
beyond me. I think It in a thing
that mn.nt men would have to ex-
perlenro to believe men who like
mj.sclf feel that tho only pla.o for
a woman in In her home taking
care of him. You look lens tired
too than you did when you flltl
gave up nnd remained nt homo all
tie miint be a lightenun man to hue. im.i .ni .lav. and lnflnltelv better Ih.in von
thene fiunptuoiin blcwilngn aijded unto him for 11 hn bonding hnune."
no long - and an ourely ho ought to be. The "' vnn '"xplaln all that" I told
haidnhlpn ami nceeiisltlen that benet tho lot of ''I'". Inti-iniptlng. "When wo were
the average. Winking man are ntark strangertt to boarding house I worried
him. So wo nay he In Incapacitated from wnntl ov'r '"" wnntlng to mako you
of Indlnppiinablo experience to '.' f. el and I h.'l'liy. yet not fully realizing where
hnpo in intuition with unlit n one. Am federal I tn' trouble lay. Voo see Itoliort
Judge minister of war and of the riiillpplncK ' when we talked thlti-RS over you al
Will III Till "i-i IV AH .!.V!!3
' 1 '.'l. aildrcKH to Ki.tneo delivered
mbanaad.i- Walla Mid among
ttlwnyn belli veil the trcuiv of
aould have been ill. tntcd on tler-
tnitl and thn allied iirmv withdraw u
nlv an Ocrmany ' i i m peace
'i' dual In
Hho'l'.l I i e I. ecu n 111 n'M.
the world who
flrl reat mint
tice 'Ph. i .
bu in' i.- ut i
lll'.l.l' II I M OI'T.
(('.(ivrlgbt 1H2I liy lldgar . Ouest)
if Jon nee n man In trouble
Help him out'
With Mm. aid but ttrength will itnubto
leli htm out'
ThniiKh Mm tuny not know Ills nnmo
And on cm he linn no . lalm
Hc'b n brntber Junl the name.
Help htm out!
If ou meet n man who's needy.
Help htm nut!
Though bin li.iruieiita may 1)0 seedy
Help him nut!
Hive nnniHtniue where you ean
To your HlrilKitllng fellow man
May the good Samurltun
Help him wit!
If you nee a man whoa weary
Help htm out!
Ue a willing friend and cheery
Help him mill
Mfc'n a giiiie nf give and take.
And whnt'H ttnn for kindness' twlto
Toiitta the better world to nmlio
Help htm out!
If you know a man tn sorrow
Help hint out!
He may be our friend tomorrow
Help him out!
Do hln need a gr. nt or small
I'll in l yi luill fl'iHi f
1 ' ' ' 1 I ' til all
un prenlilent of the Putted Stilton and last hut
by mi meaim Icimt an one who sat )n the chair
of authority and spoke the oplrlt ahd oplnlunn
of one of tho greateat .nohoiiln of leainlng In
the world lie had an unw onted yei an tin-
surpann.il oiiportunlty 'to demonstr.ile to thu
people of thin country and the whole world
for that matter bin deotlon mich an It might
have been to the piiuclpti. of eiUallty bet. ire
the law. whh h forum the whole Hilb-fnundatlnli
lltld Mil lict'-.4t riiel ii re of ..lit. p.... I ......I
Htitoiionii i'iiiiw.i i .." i. .... ..! tell you to give up nnd go without
hlmnelf. hln gifted pant features him as a friend I '" J'T'. "Tif IVV."'1 to
o rnir play ami justlco generally but not of ..r i i Vir
that cuu.Hlty In the eyu and mind of the judge I " ''."' lit i u w nt o v n?
Hint invnr i.ihl. iiiim.i.i i...i .1... i...' ' "". Then nrtcr we went to house-
pi rniiiniii'ii so persistently
ways agreed with me that 1 better
keep right on working so that what
.Mary said about that being the
cilUM' of your' uiihnpplnenn never
had much effect although sho used
to Insist she waa right."
"I Mid tn ngree with you. Gerry.
.My pride wouldn't let me do any
thing Ich then. I wan earning ho
little almost nothing toward the
last. What could I say? I couldn t
though ho wan onlv
a layman. .Mr. Tuft has tloni) well but hint re-
scrwil bin best- -let tlx hopn for this hln last
nnd crowning opportunity to herc hit fellow
men without iPspei t t person. In the light of
hln ancentry jouthful em Irons and whole fate
made deiitlny ho ileseies well of history. It
li natural for him to shrink from tho progres-
sive reform of present evil" by restoring the
Kovcrnnieiit In Ita application mid functions to
tho homely first principles) of the mnHtltutlnn.
Hit hrllcvos In tho lnjumilim an a remedy f"r
Ills iii'ImIii between .aplt.il and labor most Iv
for striking labor nnd n sparingly n.t may be
for erring capital. We can forgivo him for this
owing to the fast passing ago of pro-corporate
declipment nnd power In which Mr. Tuft
grw up. Inn lived. iiiom-iI and Ijad bin Judicial
nnfl nf filial being. Tho big bugs of finance and
Industry have been hln clement of ano.ii iallons
and their ever nggreiidve and expanding Inter
Cta havo naturally and unite as uncons.'tounl
to him. crept Into the favor of hln preponderant
conindeiatlon. l.ltlle wonder that he In at-
tached to Judicial and legislative things an they
liae been nnd are for he has been to a signal
extent and Is n part of thorn na they are re-
ciprocally a part of htm. Wo hnt read bin
opinions nnd views covering his varied profes-
sional ntul official experience and we are
'rank Hi admit our admiration and affection for
III hi. No reasonably mimic. I man who li.m
known or nonet-veil Mr. Taft from afar or elo-
HP these last fit! joarn can help but love an.l
esteem him. both for his genial dlspoHitlon and
I ho good he has done -but not to Hie extent
wo confess like sentiments for Lincoln and
Itiiiwwlt. There was Hatni'thlng In tin I r fact
and hearts Hint Mr. Taft lacks -It must have
been their rough and ready tvlf forgetfulnesk
With which they adorned their marcloim public
spi n I. e-a something spiritual like unto the1
sweet face and feeling of Him who said the
poor in nplrlt nnd meek nhnuld inherit the twinl
Kingdoms lu one- heaven and earth. The re-
ligion of Mr Taft and his prodecetir he
being a 1'nlt.trl.in. and the other a Catholic
nro the bMt things about them for It proves
The Young Lady
Across the Way
keeping I hadn't enough to keep mo
occupied jiclther my mind nor my
flngerm. r was too old too settled
to want to bo out In the street sim-
ply to kill tlrno; or to spend hours
at the motion picture shows as
many younger women would havo
done. Tho cnnsc.iipnco was I wan
uneiiKj- rent lean und it showed in
my fa co.
"Ah I havo told you a woman can
svntematlio her work so that it
taken only n certain part of her
time nnd thought a very small
part If nhu does It rightly. J beliuvu
many joung women would be hap-
pier If they would do as I havo
done Itobcrt. It is hard for a girl
who ban been accustomed to her
own money to perhaps not havo to
ask but to feel that she should not
nsk. that she should go without.
Especially If she feeln sure as I did
that there wan nnme way In which
both could work and bo happy. '
"Hut Clerry not many women can
mako arrangemints llko you haw-
dune with Madnmo."
"Perhaps not! Vet I bellevo tint
If a woman Is really cnnable. nnd
tells her reasons for wishing to cut
her hours short nnd expresses a
willlngnewi to tako less paj or tn
work harder to compensate rwr em-
Plojcr there aro not many but
could nrrango nn well as I have. Hut
If they can't why Isn't It bettor for
a woman n wife to him aoineonn to
do a great slriro of the housework.
If sho can earn enough more to
mako It nn object financially so
that she can have something left
over to glvo herself and family
little luxurieo perhaps almost nn-
icsaltles that now with the high
cost of everything they would have
to go without wuro It not for hor?"
"I don't know but you are right
Gerry. Yes you are right In our
I CPU ltM l klcclui. M.W
KATI'llUAY .M IA
Again friendly s
kind. a. cording to
Jllptlei Mercurj a- i
nil lu benefii .;( .
It In a most an vi' .
which to start u.e M
There In nn espi
ruin for all who
for they should nr.
fmornl.lo cotiditl. ris .
new aciiualnlan. n w 1
uuble in the futuie
Hiimiiier reaorin an
to Ho ben' Infl i.
should profit inticti
l hang. lu mining.
hi'lrln mid th. I. k
liinointlonn In sumii.
Those wh.. lead i.
find thin rule u in '
for I. mm lung in u .
Ing favoi iti tl t o' Ii o
.Newspapers f .1 i li
exceedingly h. s.i 1
gamla that In . nntni.
ful In teaching An
sem-ailoiial I nt nliiit w
The stars nti'.lle on
emii.nyment and si i
betle- en. ce-s than la-
rhat there will be i
ntrenn nn the autumn
forcrnst but the pet..
taught seoio le'nn
rote they can cspii t ex.
pit mis Hints.
Labor w HI occupy nm
und the unions are .'
t'hntigea In orgaiiit.itioii
Nrw lcaileis among i 1 .
are foreseen nnd nn. f
ventually attain a high p .
rcisotiH w hoxn blrtli ! it
have a Mlicetsful jt n I
money nnd Innlnt sn w1
but they should ngi m.i
Chlldieii born on thin d
tpilck. clever and lucky I .
tnmngs. if a gul "hi
wls.i In chtinnlng n hus'j.i
case. lnu have proved It. Hut
i.crrj1 j navo a bit of confennn to
make. When I found you would
not glvo up your position and that
1 wan to havo no homo of my own.
however humble I became an you
know tt'irlbly discouraged. I not
only Urank more than I nhould but
(Jerry If Marlon had not been Just
tho wholPHome good girl sho was I
would have been false to jou I
would nave "
"I know nil about It. llohcrt nnd '
I suffered rigonlea over It." I
"Vou knew I was beginning to .
care for Marlon to want her In I
"Ven. Hobert. Hut you belonged !
to me. so I went to work to keep
you to mako un both happy." 1
would mu tell him Marlon had Mid
."ho loved him.
inaiiK (iod you did Oerry. Hut
you never said nj thing never let
me knon you knew " Then: "It
watt only the old fondness I had al-
ways felt for Marlon Just an 1 would
havo felt toward a sister but I ex-
aggerated It in my own mind be-
cause of my unhapplniT.n my weak-
ness In giving way to my disappoint-
ment I never loved anyone but you.
"And you never shall If I can
help Itl" I returned.
Our troubles wero over wo un-
derstood each other and aa a con-
neiiueiKe were contented nnd hap-
py. 1 have told my story simple as
i It Is in th" hope that It might help
i someone situated as Itol.ert and I
wore. neciiuH" thero aro many
"Uiig couples who love but who
for fliiain lal reasons cannot miirr-.
When If both remained enrners
they lould marry--and live hnntiv
"Oh. (er th' good ole days when
you could check your stilt . iijic look
at th' ball M-orcs. gtt a good lunch
an' a Blatti o' pop (or maybo beer)
all for a nickel sighed Ike Kirk
t'day Kvcr' nine wo see a tourln'
car ful o' young folkt we wonder If
th' boys shook th' box t' see who'd
hnvu P drive.
The joung lady acrosn tho wa
san it's Just ttT'lble how t tin prof-
iteering spirit seems to havo felzed
I Iw.lr- uol.o.llil mo nil r:l'l n - llllKtl.- unr..niw V VPr' I" nl.V llllll (hl'VVC lllt lllsCOV-
mid at the name time that the frcidom of . on-1 "r"1.n'lt tlp 1'Hlkiiian thej've trusi-
el. o. .. in.t iiligimia wonhlp. for whnh ."4-. ' al1 ' '- hna been hrlnglng
i n Ml. .re man -i j'l'i
.it it I 'i . t f -i In i w'len tlvej l-
in ni 'a..mg liu. luClwiNt nrU-ti tul
but aftvl. TIIK HND.
l Jt.V.NK I'. SMITH.
the purv ar IKK'.
rI'iittiii ricncml In statib) ikiy
lljr tntsrnAtlonal NVh-s bVrvlctf.
HHItLIN July 'A 17-year-old
liermnn mnpor general has been
furcved by poverty to become n
horse groom In a Munlsh ridlliBI
groom testified members of a rent-
r mne'lng iii Mun ch The gen-
. il imi.l half of his pension for
in lent and hem and went to work
in tho ataJlu to prevent starvation I
TIIK l'AItlv AVI J. NKWH
Weathci. llano njoncr or later.
Sponrts. Thu linlsllilea was
wawklug to tho park last Katldday
play the I'nrk Wondcrn wen they
noticed Sid Hunts little brother Ilert
following them an'd they ran about
5 blocks to get away from him and
they all got out of broth and wnn
ntlll out of It wen they sot to the
park the result being tho l'nrk
noiiiiers ncei inem s. ore U to 12.
SlmkiiiH had a beithdny last Wcnn-
day among tho presents he got be-
ing stoi kings bonks neck tics
shoes and deckorated post enrdn
with good wishes on them and
among the picseuts ho wishea ho
gnt but dldent being new skates a
pen knife a 2 pound box of candy
or even less If necessary a tennis
racket mid n onmem
l'ome by Skinny Martin
MeetllriL thn n.nulA
O see the little muskeeto
Htizlng gently to and fro!
Could enybnily wish him uny harm?
o no' o no! O no!
tluslnesa and riiuinpla!. Denny
rolls found a dime wile he waa tak-
Ink a wnwk with Lew Davis and
Kcpp on cimmlng haff on ac-
count of being with' him. the result
being Uennv li.ol i .i... ......
. : i" "" me "lime
r'ul'r than wnt he would
V '" '"""'iii .'I nan enything on
his liiluil to woriy him.
Lost nml round. Nuthlng.
Try 'Hils lu Your XclsliUu IkhvI
MAItTLV'S KHItH V Ohio July .
Ihro In a new Idea for hot
weather. Hoy Zimmeiman Invented
the scheme n works well he says.
He has in. electric fan but he han
substitute that in Just nn good.
Ho dlni'oniiects the dust bag from
hln wife's vacuum cleaner and pine-
Ing the machine In the window
turns on the current and u stream
of cool air pours into the loom.
There Is Just one disagreeable fea-
ture. When the dirt digester Is
used it makes moro nolso than the
faiu waking the neighbors when
used lata night.
Prance In estimated to havo mined
13 S71 1S7 nictiic tons of iron ore
last yen'1 a gain of ni.o-i. than 4 0o
ooo me uc tons from the jo-ciious
HY Nf tit A COI 1. U.I
"It In not the Minn!
the plll-plii !-. H. it nt.
bear in married life" soi
ported to havo said. And
recounting It contlnuts - t
sltlvo women creatures w
hopper husbnndn suffi - t
an many agonies nn Hi -
who adore their hubaiiil
charming ways knowieg '
same t harming ways art
ployed to captlvat" otht r
the result possible un i i
The tiresome met. i i
ecceitrlrlt..s old p t
blue-Monday illspn.- Hons
r half without drul i
stronger term of dc ! - n '
'annoyances" Thn i 't n
married life give a thou n. ) a' ' ir
openlngn foi hateful la n 1
part of both husband '
which if not brought to c
and rectified will be. oin
nant as to slowly kill 11 -
love nnd leave but a si. il '
fidelity In Itn stead Hut v 'l
a woman married to a tra- an . ?
lectn hU collar who wnt 1 '
' nggntvntlnijly win bit "
his cigar savagely who t-
to thu social heights h-r
nature aspires to. Is worn. i
when married to one wh
uses his wiles to attni.t ...
en possibly unfnithf ili..
Well 1 wnndt I"
Through life trials a tl i;
polntmenta crown oik o.
The fortuno Is lost. He '
couragemeiits In bjmni i .
there in contlt mt'iition '
dissension at hoin- U n '
that try men's souls n- 'l "
break character And I "
trials nre Innuniernol.
Then death cornea i'' h r"
tlous fold and all th.
Ins so much (roth. s.. i
nary grievance. D.xi.l . c
wan never known until
Pnfalthfulncss l.n rt- i v
death to love but dra'ii "i '
ness death to peace (! '
for once unfalthfulti's. i- ' '
have forged Its way I '
hearts "though love rfmi" "
denco creeps out the f
Idealism dies In the d "
an emptlnesn dark nntl '
takett up Ha abode
dwelt fnlth and hi m n v
Can anything tie worn. ' '
Woman of experieo. p '' 1
shu does not talk
aspires" TO 'first class
richer Thinks It lias OuiKe- n H
illnge (iiiicriimi in
Spi-cUl In Ths W. i .1
PICHHIt. lul S I ' '
now being (in nlat. d i
asking tor ap . le tl. n
future whereby the .
vote on the iiiesioi"
licher a city u the f.i
hit by the depronsl.ii r
Indlimry lM. her had a
growth and now rnk"
population among tHi tt
Yet. she In still utnb r t
forui of govern merit
trusteen elected by a i. 1
who choose th'ir own t
alnn npiulnt some i.f Ih.
It In felt thai the pi - '
In the form of guv. .' n "
adv. nit igi ous in i i i In
ling publl. rev en ii - 'i
Hon of officials and i
of service peifoimed i
MAN "HIGHER UP" F EES
HoV of 17 Mnilo the fiont n v
gpfPlal 1" Til' Wi.rl.l
OlvHMAIL luly H v
n boy about 1 7 vc i .
rested by Shetiff I. M i
picnic groundn In re . -i .
chnrged with Uln! '' v
wan placed In . .u .
boasted that ho oHj I '
he wnn working fm inr
told the officiTn thai "o
ftlrnlshed tho whisky to 1
Walter Armstrong a in..'
peeled by the sheriff s .
Although a warrant w.i
"Xinn as posnlblo for A n
had made his getaway
officers could make v
Arms! rung m the man
John Curtis. was nm
month agu and t hn g i
.ng up and robin n e
on thv roud near llumio
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