The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 321, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 18, 1921 Page: 4 of 14
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Daily Biblical Quotation
Align I Ih.
Ilflovnl. If .ii r In u I . i.n.l' mil us not lln"tl
have n. i i.liflil. in o I. ami I C.il John III 21
t) l.nrd. how happ l the tlma
hrn In Thy love I r st
U h n fioin my wenrliicsrt I i.llnili
Ken 'I'liy ti mli r hie ml
The night nf sorrow otolith Ihcro
Th I . x nulRhinc tlir Him
Anil In Thv pn rii.n nml Thy nun
Thi' heaven nf hi'iivi'tiN Im wmi
W. f. Deaslsr
The eniinlry l beginning t renll.o IIh ho-
lilta Men (Inn ilri'iitn Thai which the Amorlonn
l.eglon has been fighting f"r in llhlillt lo come
true. 1 1 oHtln nt'W hospitals modern hos-
pltals wit It nil thi' roiufoi Ih tif lutttio ti:t was
Tho flrnt miii Ii tin Institution In operating nt
Maywooil llllnnK It com $10100000. Thorn
nm doctors nurses laboratories nml nil tho
things that go Willi Just audi n hospital Insll-
tittlim n the cnuntiy has hci'ii Iipbi'Iki'iI to run-
Hrucl. Nuthln l liii-klnn hut piitli'iilx. In thli
Rriiil. iiiiiilnin iiimltiitli'ti. which l(j 1 r 1 1 I im
lit'liiC fimr mtirli-M IiIkIi nml n hiilf inllr In I'-iiKth
lln-i-f nrf Juki four i.ilh'iit lint ttm four tiro
IiiivIiik llm tlm- nf thrlr llf-. If JuhI lovely.
Tin- Imnplliil Iihm linn tipnn fur I tl l tl u
wi'rk. Of riiurHP lliorn will Im timrn pntli'titu In
lhi rmirrr nf timi'. It"! "Hh Hi" prwnt pit-
roniiBi' tho plimt iiint tS.80n.min per piitlnnt.
with tho iivtrhriiil yrt I" ho r nmptitoil.
Of iimrnc llihi fltut xonliirc In tmtlonul him-
lilliillmitliMi (i ml miilo limpltnlUnthm hnn not
Knnu far omiiikSh In onnhhi nno to draw perfect-
ly Mniitiil i iiiii-liihltiiio. hut It Iiiii isiw fur etiniiKh
to Imllnilo Hit' iihmiiillty nf tho wholo move-
ment from the heRlnnliiK. The Mnywniul Ii".'-
pttnl l prnh.ihly l.irRc oiinimh to iieromtnnilntn
nl loiinl fitly per cent of the lotnl ilfinnnit tlmt
will ho iniiilo lipnn llio ox-orvee inetr Ihh.
nl'iilii tliiniiKliniit the rmititry. Vet It Is only
mm nf ten feiletnl Inetlliitlotri while vnrloui
Htnti'K nto to loimlnul nt 111 nthoiH.
In oppnilng the hoipltnllr.ntloii iilnnn put ho-
for" the Ok In Imm i leulMlnturo hv tlm IobIoii
ftnto hotifie tnhnl. The Worlil preilliteil tlmt
nfirr tho mlllloiiH hail been upon! v.irlom mlill-
ll'it.nl Hlnto liiptlliitlniiK 1'ionteil nml an ennrinniit
pninll if ilnc'iiiH. iiiii'Hen riirclnkore ot nl. pro-
clilnl iho Hlnle woiil'il find ItMctr po-netmed of
coithlnB hut pl'tleliln.
Tlmt H pteclnely whnl wo we nt Miiywnod.
Ami wo wilt noo It In OKInhomn. Ono IckIhIii-
turf iinilor the Iiih of lohhy thut knew whnt
It wiintcit mill why. created n lot ot tnto Itirttl-
tutliinc tnoro rot hnlen Into whlrh tho tn-
ptoer'n inoniy I" to he pomed. And the next
ICKlhlattlto will of enume have to find iwmn
lie for theo Htnte Initltutlon'. heeniine thorn
will not he rnntiKh cx-nervlco men patletitn to
fill one nf them uiiIihm nti epidemic sweeps tho
Tho leKlid.ttiiro will find immo use for them.
Home Winn lUtcuninu from n rommiinlty pos-iK-rnlnK
urh nn InMltullon will propnwi n ma-
ternity lw nnd miiko of thene liiHtltutloti Iny-
Inir.lii htupltnK If nothltiK hotter can ho had.
Hut the Kie.it. oulKtniiilliiK tact will retnnln
there wnn never the nllKhlest reiiHon In fnct
theory or hiimanltarlan eonceptlonw for nueh
Wc are iiRaln ealllnir attention to thin matter
thut the people of the Htato may keep Kreen tho
mmory of tho lohhylstH who forced the idato
lulu thn iimlertalUnc It l BIB "O
pleafiire of Tho World to follow thin ntnte lion-
pltallrntlon matter to ltd loiilo.il eonclimlon.
These Iniitllillliin.i will hn vlxlled hy Tho World
after they are In operation and tho "thoiiinmK'
of holploK ex-nervlco men who arc pntlonti
The per rnplla coul of Maywood on first re-
port was ti. 5n 000 with tho ailmlnlBtrntlvo.
M overhead. unUno'vn Oklahoma's will not
run that hlnh hut ll will ho n plenty far too
much for anv of the uent lemon who were Im-
plicated In the J.'h to ever win office on.
. r.M'i.A.vvnov iti:qrmi:n.
An unUertiand.ilile ex plana I Ion U required of
the Interetaln enmmereo eonimlnelon'ii decision
fnrhhldlnK lleniy ford from putting Into effect
on hl rnllrond KUhntntitlnl (relulit reiluetlom
The fair nmumpilon muet he that the owner
of a railroad known whether or not he enn af-
ford to make rate reductions In hloekltiji the
' fltft etfort of thH kind tho Interetate comtnlBolon
Hoemn to li denjtnu the country (he relief that
Vu know there are some Intereetn who would
not hesitate to take any action poiwlhle to pre-
vent ft reduction of prltee In their line. Hut we
know of nn of.fhial body which would have
dared n decision forbidding n reduction In food-
Htuffs clothlnK or any other commodity a year
Then why deny a freight decrease to n rood
nsklnc the prlvllcce of making it? Surely the
country l entitled to an explanation especially
those Mimmunltlcii served by the r.ird road.
Okmulncc alwny has a -i ..f some irt
on tap. The rt ii'n tnii which is
I'm u: ham's rooi i.mtwi).
It's ii l . il i imui l ll.rli.it I !. i-r ihih dls-
ji.itchid I in le Hum upon. A more iilnll(. h.I-
veiitiirc In the name of chailly wan nevi r un-
rlirtukcri than the Attempt nf tho I .'nil ml HtnteH
to nriii'llorete condltbiii In IliiMln. It hniilil
ho milled summarily anil stepii should Im taken
to prevent any prlvnlo i HUeii of thn repllbllo
or nffliial of thn government from lnleetliig thin
muhlry iilllmr officially or unoffli lulty Into any
such un Indefiiiuilblfl p'lsltlon In the Tuttirn
without authority frum the congress.
("apt. Ilrmntdt Kirkfmtrle.il ono of the Ameri-
cans liberated from u Husslan prlinn ue R con-
dition precedent to American eld for thn if-
ciillrd famine vlctlme. has Just rca'hid elvlli-
Hon with eb.ry that might to move thn Id'al-
lf le Hoover tn a netisn nl prnprlnly and prno
tlenllty. The n'ory appeara In tho New York
Tlrnea nnd la of inch vital Importance to tha
people nf this country that we preacnt It In full;
"When we were relcti' 'd" aald tho cap-
tain "official)) told us that the soviet had
grant oil un an iifinicMv We did tint dla-
i.i.M r the real n amili fur our freedom Until
e reached I'l'trngrad. There wn saw news-
papers wild Ii K.ilniK'liiM'i trmialiited con-
taining lloiivf r's note.
"I talked with m n from Kuban. (Trlmon
Omsk TniiiMk Hlheihi an I other provlnom
Tlieie mi n teporteil thai the famlim win Ii"
entlitlv due to the drought tint wan largely
biniight about bciniiso I In- cominunlatii con-
flseatuil last jeui'a ijr.iln crop. IniiinllMK tlm
"Today lmndltry Is prevail nt In lliisnl i.
livery night wo could henr fuHllladis In Moa-
ow and many wounded bindliii worn
brniight lo the hosplinl. Homo nf them
lold me they worn fighting for food. Now
Ihe .Moscow hospital ri'fuwi p.itlciiU unless
thev are able to provldn tlnir own food.
"In the prison In which I wan confined
I wmi reported to be erasy homii'M 1 had
reveriil fist flghtii with I'ollih prlsonem who
iofun.d to open tlnir windows. Tho nlr In
our basement rclln wig terrlbl".
"Thn innal horilhln experlenrn I wail
forced In go thiolIKh was when I wns eon-
fined In ll basement cell nnxt In Iho exe-
cution room. I wan under dentil Hcntenen
iini'o and wnn taken Into tlm hall room.
Thn water ruiui ovnr tho floor cnnstantlv
to wash .iwny the blond I rnlild tint sloop
nights hecauiio of Iho cnnslant irliuotlng l"-
tweoii 2 and t In the innrnlin: Thorn Is
murn leirnr In Itussla than ever before.
"Practically the entire staff nf tho so lot
foreign offb;o arrived at the prison one dav
because of Information which had leaked
out. Mrs. I.ottl'fi llrvant was In ought lo
my cell Hhe iiienti.neil mo io(:ardltig
("apt. Marlon Cooper saying he had iluim
wrong in Hiding Iho Polon and would Im
punished. Liter I read her signed nrllcbi
In tho Slvlata prnMni: tho prlsnn troatment
iiecnrilcil Americans. Hhe told nf the good
fond wo wore receiving when as a matter
of fact wo were starving. Hhe told how
all wn had to do was sleep whereas wo
were too weak to oland
"If Ainorlen starts nilevlng the ltuinns
I hope It will watch tho fond go down tho
throatii of tho hungry olheiwlso the com-
munUils will bo the only oner to bo provided
for. Already the soviet t sending out piop-
agnnila urging that only the fit should get
food. All (libera must die."
Mere Is confirmation of tho conclusions pre-
vlnnsly expressed In those columns that tn under-
taking ltusil.in relief we are hut acting as an
ally of Husslan terrorism; Hint tho afflictions
of Tlussla today nro not the nff Motions nf
drought or crop failure hut of the worst polit-
ical oppression this old wot Id htm known In
I'or Ihe I'nlted Hlntea to enter Klimlu an a
benefartor Is for Iho United Staled to strengthen
the very regime that has brought on the suffer-
ing shoulder oil Us own people the onst-i ot that
roglmo and stand In hHlnry as an' nlly of that
If the United States Is to go Into Ittntl.i nt
nil (nnd wo do not counsel ntirh a thing under
nny circumstances) It nhotlld go with nrmles
and ballleshlps not with an open pursn and
brenilstiiffH. Tho experience of those Ameri-
cans who like Captain Klrkpntrlrk. have touted
the torturo of Lenlne's government nhould be
nilmiuiltlvd to tho Idealists tif tho Hoover typo.
With eight paving concerns at leant making
pretense nf competing for contracts In TuKi
street paving should begin tn ncmiili' normal
conditions. There nro paving (ontracts which
have been nursed for years without nny paving
being done. Paving prices should come down
very substantially nnd the work tihnuld now go
forward much fattier than has been IIh wont.
Tho llod-rlver-boundary case remnltii with
us. As we understand It tho courts have held
that lied rlvor Is the boundary between Texas
and Oklahoma' all right hut thus far nobody
hai been able to determine Just whero lted
Tho n'nato committee considering railroad
.legislation voted 7 to 3 not to call William 0.
McAdnn before It. The sonato committee evl.
dently thinks tho country Imm had enough of
tho McAdoo wny of running tho railroads.
The road to normalcy may he npotted and mil
of painful descents but Ifa safe and will ulti-
mately prove a happy mute.
(Copyright 1921 by lldgnr A. Cluest.)
Hill never took tho little ones to fill his fry-
lie played tho gume with trout nnd b.itM tho
way he played with man.
And even flhlng tor his meal he'd face an
Itcfore he'd keep to feed himself an out-of-M'.'iinri
Itlll nlwayit gave the fish (v chance. If they
i of used his fly
lie reikoned they were ivtw enough lo know
the can 'ti win;
And when a big one took Ilia halt ho'd try
to bring him In.
Hut even though he'd Imo tho ba. he'd
never lose hi grin.
Tho lawn don't alwa have It right. The
rirteenin nay or June
Makes h tiul going utter b.iM but sometimes
that h too sonn.
And Hill would wait for days nnd davu be-
fore a lino he'd wet
And answer when wo niked him why;
"They'io not through spawning yet."
It I should write hia epitaph when Hill li
It wouldn't bo a flowery thing; one simple
line I'd MV.
And .t 1 think 'in' tln pht i.- 'i'. h
1-1' 1 ! Il"i. " Weill I tl K
lie ... n r i i
p acd (nr w.u die tiMi. '
'in an I
lir on wim (in.
Nh k Can.
tn illi Ii hull
tins 'itlf h' hlnod-cunlling Minn's
! r lb. Ai'd lion- lull.
"Asia at door .f
Time to exti nd i h.
rnin" Is a h'fidllne
nf the jimi row law
Wn shall rievi i Imvn linn h respi rt for 1'ash-
Ion's decrees until lm iinderlnkes lo regulate
illsposillons nit Will as ilnthen.
Jtiat to nhnw how moat people look at It. ther
la morn bilk about the fortune Cartlsn left than
thern la about his tenor nntea.
One of the things that makes life cerm un-
necessary Is a letter for publication tll.'i-i days
urging the lii-ntfUn nf piuhliiitbui.
Ardrnorn has Invited lnsphiia fmnlela former
twereiary of the navy to vlsll Anlnmro and point
out tho best alien tor n naval station.
It la Jimt a bout gelling an that a rcpiUnhle
cltlmin has to violate ihe law In order to protert
hi property agalrMH the unlawful clement.
Another thing which old timers n MiAlestrr
point to with pride Is the rerue from a burning
building of the II nr. soda fountain ever operated
tn that ity.
furthermore nheervea ihe Iisllax N'ows no
inntlor how careless a girl rnnv be in mnrrvtrig
n Im should he i art-tut nhout going in H.vimming
with a tmiig r.
Thn Ainerl.-an legion ost of Mifikogee nf fi rs
n fMi prize lo the in m who can t.-li the niitgmt
lie at tin. next mc. ling Then- u i i irtlf'
down lh. r. m tnlKhi liik I. it . . r . - . m. in
tlllllls nr. iiiiioiin. d . w.nil.l ik lo lliqu.io
If Mr r.'hcr'ilgi is ehgio
Ilaramclcr of Public Opinion
Prnrmilly Willi u Point.
The nil editor turned In this one. 'Haw a bill
onlloitnr trying to collect an account from an
(ill man The oil mini nuked tho hill inllector If
hn wami Christ Ian. -What's lh.it got to do with
this hill?' qucilcd the collector. 'Only this"
niiHwcreil thn oil man 'If you aro no better pre.
pared to meet your god than I nm my bills
you am ccrulily going tn hell.'" okmulguu
Ono (if llio Victims.
Kdltor Wot Id Allow me a few wonbi In the
"Public opinion" column In regard to discrimi-
nating against the "Two I'ront Door" houses.
I nm a republican and woikid at the polls on
nlectlon day tn help elect the present city offi-
cials to tin- poaltlomi tiny now hold I'm son
The have Incut red the i nmlty of the u. iiip.ints
and owneis of the "Two l-'rotit Hour" housoti
In Tuls.i. l have a neighbor that ban two setd
of light hoiisnkceperti In her home. Their water
bill la far Ichm than tho double minimum; hut
they only havn mm front door. We think tho
nno front door linuses nf Tulsa sheltering morn
than one family are greater in number than tho
duplexes. Wo uio willing to pay for the amount
ot water we use and take the mud that comeii
Willi It. Hut then has hern only ono family In
my house Iho l.ni two mouths. Thin tamlly of
one. only otic must pay ihe double minimum
bei ause there are two from doors. Is this Just?
Most nf the rooms In this house are vacant and
I tho sole occupant of thin house would move
to avoid this holdup but iinfortun.itelv I own
tho linuso. ONI OI-" Till: VICTIMS.
Tulsa. Aug. 111.
Ildltor World. It Is a well known fact that
boozo coiTtlpln our eloitlons and breeds crime
wherever It goes and shall wo tolerate such
things for a few paltry dollars? It will not tnku
half an much niuiiey to en folic the prohibition
laws us to pay criminal com'. hut it It took a
good deal mine It would hn well spent. When
weighed m the philosopher's scabs the soul of
a iicj.-gar olitMclgbed the whole world. I thlnli
the rich Aineib'ins who inn pa tS a pint for
drink can live and pay all evpeii'H'H without
ovenii.) from that source Woe to them that
build a city wllh blond. We sympathize with
sonic unfortunates who have acquired tho drink
habit and ait- under lit influence hut they will
never have a better time lo break the joke of
bondage. A prominent luminous man said the
ll'IO III II I In i l.t ttrltll. l '.a mi. ul.Ani. ... I I .. . ....
lie fell h iiilil k.i rcn.si ii nnd went ion. hi.'c.'iy of comfort although I rebelled
room lo.-ked the door and thew the key out at
the window. There nro many such struggles!
the world does not know but the world Iuiowh
A for personal liberty why don't teachers !
allow Ihelr pupil- to do exactly as they -hoos-'.'
vv ny no parents mturoi tneir children : Httnuiii
a mother seeing her child walking Into the fire
he would pull H away even if it cried. If a
son asked a fish would a father give him a n-'r-peut
? No; pot even If he asked for It. 1 hope
Undo Sam Will taku good care of his children
and give them what they need and not what
tin y w IhIi
Should a man see another pointing a gun nt
himself ho would snatch It away from him.
lie would think It 1 in abnormal and not fit for
self-government. I think tho bonze defendem
ntn abnormal and should hn safeguarded by
They say tlod nnd ono man nro a majority.
Wo know (lod is on tho side of prohibition n.i
let the mijorlty rule.
lirape Juice and fresh cider can be sealed and
kept for any length of time tiecossnry. and they
with other fruits can furnlHii all the atlmulants
John Ilarleycnrn Is dead and lllllie Sunday
ban preached his funeral and let us hope that
the places that knew him will know him no
more forever. Very respectfully
Sapulpa Aug. tl (MISS) V. PAI.MKlt.
I'ali- mid Clone! Hwing.
An unkind fate s'rmi to be in pursuit "f
Colonel Amos Kwing.
l"or a score of t-arM and more the (clone!
hill been waxing fat on political service. The
Innner councils of the lepubllcan party have
become In truth. Inner councils largely boim.
Iho colonel has been ever pret-ont to give thoiv'
touches of i-obninity anil mjstery whbh arc
peculiar to consortium!! In which the stauo I-
net for big affairs. Ho has been tho major i
domo. so lo speak whoso act-vlcea must ho had i
If tho faithful nro to bo utitered with proper!
solemnity and decorum thinugli tho portals'
which lead to the inrnne.
And thioughout iho colonel has measured
-veil the odds. Ho h.ia played "close to hi-
chest'' to use a term with which he ma have
beiome quite .familiar. It Into uot been en-
tirely for tho love of the game of course that
lie )ia "aat In" an long and under such Irving
i-ondltions. llltfUlploiii.icy has kept him at all
times within easy reach of the ilenb-r. so to
So now. to find him standing at the fringe
with his hand resting on the dealer's chair. Is
Indeed a stiange upectncle. I'or politics as It l
being u l.i ed In Oklahoma these day.-. under
the new- londltlona which the voters prescribe
last fall. I a strange game of frooe out The
( olonol (H-ema lo have been shoved little by lit-
tle further and furthir away from the deul
The little hand that he was finally permitted
to play now seem to lie bound for the discard
Ho la about to be hoisted nway from the small
portion that hud been tendered htm In Ihe w iv
of a ill-p u Unted States marshalshlp. It n ins
that sonicbod) didn't cut the cards right ai .1
the colonel l the loser.
In view ot his training which was obtained
In the name school as that which flt'ed Aha
M.'lionnlil for the great office he holds it seems
almost Incongruous :o read that there luw be n
a quarrel Involving the ethics of the game and
thut this quarrel is about lo prove dls.istiou
to the colonel. It should not bo eo. Colonel
Amos Ruing d-wrves some hotter fate than lb it
The ledtfi i of pub!.- iot'ic.' canm t hdir .
s i..ut i . mi. h t ' ' ."i.i: it i .
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'it ' i ' I ' V I k I . n
a 1 i- . - ' i.v ii. ..' r
iu uc. i p .D i ' . - okinu..'i'i- Yimo-i.
THEY'D BETTER CHECK THEIR ARMAMENTS
ICoprUul 1M1I Br Tho CUkKo Trlbuno.l
'S&vfd'.&il stag i . f ortw"
v 1 INDUSTRIM- I
X 1 RACE I
The Revolt of Vera
lly .IANH PIIIXI'S
Mnrgnrcl Interferes Again.
hat tin ion mean
looked from his oistor to
puzzled look on his face
has liein very fond of Olnrla "
"Pretended to bo you mean. Now
when Olorla wantti hoi to stay with
hi r olio ri'fUMcs. She would rnthcr
go and play cards naturally than sit
with a sick child."
"lilorla would not have thnucht
of my staying had jolt not suggested
It." I tut nod upon Margate! while
the little girl cried softly. Then to
Kolih. "Margaret eamn In and pro-
poned I o'.ay and tell Olorla. stories.
1 have been caring for her all tho
afternoon." I added In respopso to
H'unethlng I saw In bin fnce.
"There (llorla Mtop crying dear.
Uncle Keith will stay with you
"Hut vou can't tell lov or-
atorios like Aunt Vera."
fairy - etted room and think of how much
! 1 had wanted to go to th. i.lub
and how ( loverly Margaret had out-
"I'll try dear."
"No. Vou shall not give up the
club Keith. Take your neenmmo
dating wife and go I will stay with '"r no would neip mo a iiu.e. i
(ilona mveir Hut darling you will "i10"'1' '(.'"" VI ."""n V'''3 '1
have to get along without stories" 'x'1!1- I0r the right to my happl-
Margaret said I n"w- I h'n ' hogged Ills pardon
(iiorlii d whimper now been me n 1 for '' wicked t houghts and one-
loud cry. I could not endure It. 1 i!1" "sk"' V' hKU' "'.'
She wanted me. nnd In that wns a lienf- put it Into Keiths heart t-i
desperati ly at the Injustice done mo
will ot.iy with you. f.lorli. I.
Bal1 U-Ulctly. Hitting down again.
Her team ceased at once and herj
1Vina rP't1 lnto ".!n'' vh""
'-"K - " m;V VxMr ' '
i " ; .i i V iV
might not see tho hatred I felt for
her In my eyes.
"I am sorry you can't go Vera.
Hut It Is very sweet nf you to give
Up the pleasure for Utile Olorla. She
Iovch you dearlv and that will be
a reward" Keith tld.
"You'll have to hurry Keith"
Margaret said presently "We do not
want lo bo late."
"Vou moan that you aro going'"
I gasped. I had not dreamed nho
would leave Olorla even with me.
"of court" 1 am going! Olorli
Is not dangerously 111. Sha will be
all right If ifhe Isn't excited. There
Is absolutely no reason why I should
stny at home now that you are to
be with her."
That was all I mid but the vo.!.-.
mous look that Margaret l'i'" me
showed she iindon-to.iil. She h.w
s ti t 'i "in t n
Oloila tlmt I
imp. II- '1 me t i in .ii..
I til'. I V Sill? ' i' .
stay nnd tell stories.
The Young Lady
Across the Way
sniff of the
It Is a
v.n . lo girls this
riding 'h-'i on i
j oi 'turns
lomethmB cm like coif 'i
ut it la
1 '1 ' 'glib i i - h.
not to bo accustomed to
If we worn it would at
I pretty as to seo u man
tho same rites. There's
tlcal moro reason for her
than man. I'n to now It
nnrnnn.il matter nnd
so playing on the child's wcaknofs.
her itintro to have me with her.
Keith camn in aft' r he was drcdsed
and took me down to dinner telling
mo how generous I wan and that
ho would have to make my disap-
pointment up to me In some way.
Margaret and I did no: HpeUc to
each other during the tnea1 but she
chatted with Keith nt) If nothing had
happened. I envied her her non-
chalant polho. hut could not Imitate
her. When I was angry anil huri
I was quiet.
I remained with Olorla H-lIlm? her
stories tinging to her until 10
o'clock. Then she foil asleeji and
leaving Annie Instructions l" call mo
Hhoiild she awake I went to my own
1 was tired too tired to do any-
thing but sit diiletly In tne dark-
rthotild remain so.
Wo would go further.
aroma and film of a clgaret gives to
woman that contented mem tnai
seems to come tn man if it quiets
her nerves if it makea her discuss
tho tariff disarmament and l'nos A.
Mills' "Wild Uro on tho llockles"
ns It does man by all means let her
have that after-dinner dissipation.
There are lots of worse things and
the most of us aro tired talking of
each other and clothes.
The mtilurn winn.m should bo left
to decide the question for herself
as does the mature man; and should
the little debutante becomo too fond
nf tho ugly thing that Is an affair
for tho child's mother to adjust
hardly weighty enough wo think to
bo carried to tho halls of congrcsa.
We Judge from the lone fneos seen
hereabout that there are other more
pressing problems our legislators
as she nearly aiivays dl'l.
might legislate on anu jeavo inese
personal sensational petty and ab-
surd matters for a inoro tranquil
time. Wo would wager that more
than halt of those pretty clgaret
cases received list Christmas were
never filled but once nnd tho thrill
over the worthlem bauble lies In the
trinket chest among other pouvenlrs
of a happy winter. Congress may
compose Itself and pass to tho nnxt
bill in the docket.
If tho hotel dining rooms of the
country or tho cnteo on Hroadway.
consider It a problem of tho day. It
would seem they might settle tho
trouble for themselves following In
(iod doesn't e.iro lor nu
away in a iioini- ui uij
own. It had been a part oC my
nightly appeal ever since 1 married
- this cry for a home of my own.
It was marly J o'clock when they
came home. 1 heard them laughing
and talking lu the hall and then I
did a cblldisli thliif. I slipped quiet-
ly Into Oloria's room. I would make
dividually thn ruin wo
I had born compolj 1 1 imvo
to stay there all tho long evening i
lie would be miry for me and per-
"How Is she?" Margaret asked.
"Come. Vera you must bo tlrod. '
majority of their clientele.
As for the rest of lis when wo go
to the big town If wo don't like to
e women smoke we can still oat nt
Child"' For ourselves wo don't
tarry long over tho teacups anyway.
We got'a work.
Keith lifted me from the chair and
with his arm about me led me to
our room afte- bidding Margaret
"I am tired" I said. Then "DIJ
you have a good time dear?"
"Very. Mrd. Oram expressed h"r
regrets at our absence. Hut I told
her the circumstance and sn- oald
die admired you greatly homii'i' of
it and that she wax coming to take
you driving with her lomnr.'nw at
2 o'clock. So go right to ..-p.''
"Virtue Is some lines its own re-
ward" I thought as 1 heard. I knew
I would enjoy my ride with Mm
iiiant hugiij pcthaiw moie than I
would have enjoyed the game.
Different Vic points.
"How can nnv man bo a wnmnn
hater'" asked Miss Old-girl. "Wom-
an has klssablo lips lovable eyes a
hugahle shape and hohlnbln hands"
"Huh!" grunted Mr. Oldbatch.
"And she also has changeable hair
removable hips adustablo eyebrows
colorable lips and a transferable
complexion." Cincinnati Hnqulrer.
Not for Her.
An old dame nt a railway station
asked a porter where she could get
her ticket. The man pointed In the
direction of the ticket office. "You
can get it thero." he said "through
Vera Makes a
the pigeonhole "
"Oct Hway with vou.
exclaimed. "How can I
that little hole? 1 am t
Hv NOItA COLi: SKINNHll.
We h ive trlid to stay off the sub-
J. '.. '.Vi don't ki.ow an. Mount!
who smoke we don't want to know 1
any women who smoke but the
thing keeps crowding the hopper of
our mind and we rlso to the di s-
pb able habit's defence.
Moru strlitly speaking we rife to
the defense of wiiiimn'.s rlghis
Wo frankly admit ve don t know-
much about the matter wo discuss.
Somebody or other wc gat In r has
introduced a bill in the hnuee of ci n-
M ess to prevent Wmeu from sni"k
ing In public pltii e Such .in a-1
immediately puts woman on th. .le
fiM)c and forces lu c to insist up n
buns allowed to smoke In puhii.
1-lic . s whether silo wnnts to or
We protest at being plai ed In such
a position but evi n en. take up the
udgel with alaorit..
llcfralnlng from quoting Patrick
Henry along the lines of liberty or
death we (.Imply ask where arc
women smoking in public places1
any ay Wi haven't even got ni
fumes nt church the
free band concerts or
common sight at the tahies
nf the cabarets and hg restaurants
we're Informed. Women'
lake out their clgarets aa nnncha-
lantlv as their male companions.
I'urthcr wo are told there were
more elaborate clgaret cases given
past Christina than nn
- i"i -.hi' cue ftom the
.loo Iirk. who's been strikin'
slme l'i hrmrv Is lakin h.s va-.i-tl-m
h helpit a' i o K
' oil 'igi ("b- i ii i ha'r t eo
id ha il j u hi
purny bctauec wc happtn o puti ts on hand?
Ths ttsrs Isrlls bal 4i ntt hhmi
ICpt. Illl llf McCluts Newie.p -n4.i
TIII'lt-SKAV. Al(i. In 1921
.Menai .ng stars ru.c t
cording to astrology M.
sun and I rami! arc a
During thin whv th
bo especially sensi'lv t
and dly-'ouraglng sui
positive mood should le s
tinner tins pi.ini t.ii-' t.
It Is wise lo defer .u
Initiative for the Jim..
to bo trusted when t'n
1st or power
It I ( n most unfav "i
for Hlgnng contra. ts i
Into new business tela'
Publicity conn s un ' i :
of ihe starH tnaklni; i n -news
that affi da the i n
men In high place
Thl'H" Who seek SUPP' "
bu.slnesw matters ahioi'd !
Hon until a morn projn i i
franus again warns i. .
diligence In Hcand.il or
for there will be an tin
' 'i ;!
nleueo of malicious g"
Uranus h.ui evil power.
Women lilotlld he vc.y .
spect In all thrlr nctii. for th
suffer from tho unfriendly
I'Tn.-inclal affalrx may lie most
lucky for wntrjen especially wbn
largo amounts aro Involved f - thn
tenia e financier may Do dr Ider
than the male
Iievcnnos wilt enrink at u Mm
and there may be new proba- j for
The health should be K-irrpt
for thero In the prognosis a i o! -.
tho prevalencu of many ma.nlli-j
Including typhoid fever.
Tho Planetary government u net
favorable to young children.
Tradi) Is to expand rap.ily in
South Africa and many perj- a vri.
bo attracted to tho country.
Mars In I.co will continue to dis-
turb Italy and I-'rnnce.
Again thoro will bo dirremoi
propaganda widely dlssetnlr.i'. 4
I'erdOtis whoso blrthdato it is rr.if
experience n very strenuous year la
which they are HUhJectcd to t-ovre
Htraln. They should watch tht
Children born on this day may
not bo very luiky on th... div
These subjects rf Leo m.i b is.
such a eight.
cllned tn got Into dirru u iieaivu
should be carefully trained
least be as
not a par-
has been a
Mo and Mary AVntklns was if-ttln?
on her frunt steps tawking iitu!
diffrent things nuthlng sprsln' .mi
all of a suddin tho hot waff e
camo down the atrcot tlir hot wa'f
man ringing his boll ami h 'it
uei em on uio spoi ti
thev re hot waffles wa'f. h w o
Ilelng tho wime the g he
hollers and Mary vitr
I deerly loves waff lis d
O I don't know I don' 'b
digest very good 1 sod
even having a cent to bin
with and she sod. Wy Hen
can you say much a thing
they digest bewtltill.
Well gosh holey nmoaks i -w i.
wo know wntM in all that h i'u
he makes them out of I sul
Well my goodnlss I bin r.i'r
theni sleady nil my life ar 1 '
never hert me tho teeniest w '.i
little bit nod Mary Watklns.
Thats wat you think maoo h
yourc libel to ear Jest ono m. e a-
then ynuro libel to brakn out e r
I nod. Things like that liai inn
at once I scd.
Mv Koodnesa wat a avvfli iirl'
thawt sed .Mary Watk n- M
thinking O she woulden' at otn
now for 1 1000. And I thaw lb
a good chance for me tn look Mile
ous. And I M'd Of corse ' i
wunt some and wunt to ike
chance on breaking out wy .
you all you wunt. '
O well Ivo ate do many w ma
be Im vaccinated agent them I gei
mnybo I could eat about j a. rltt.
sod Marj' Watklnn. Mo t ti.n hir.it.
Heck holey mnoakri. And i scd
Well come to think of It I w - o dec
wont tn t.-ikn tho resnonslbll V 0
wizz. how do vou sltipose Id . el If
ou broak out'' Id feel as if
all my fault. I sed.
Thats nil rite Id lxctiiso y
Mary Watklns nnd I t'4
couldent stand miuh a g
Wleh test tlien tho hot w.lffl Hi?'
gin terned erround tho cor- ' an!
Mary Watklns went in ma 1 nd I
went homo feeling Uko a i a ii
Mary camo in from recef
ing gum for dear life. The
noticed her and said sharp!'
"Mary como hero and i
gum In tho wasto baskci '
Mary took tho gum r.
mouth but did not put
waste basket. And again Hi.
said: "Mary. I told you
idiot"' she j
get through i
no pigeon! "
gum in the wasto basket '
This tlmo Mary started t
"Miss J.. I won't hew the F ei tnj
more hut I can t put it in t'i
It's mv sisters sum and
glvo it back at noon "
Not So Ktii-oiimglng.
"Tour father merely grim'-
I told him I wanted tn marr
'Don't bo discouraged. .i.
Father Is an elemental cr. .
exprei-ses pleasure as will
"Yes. dear but th.s v s t '
mo grunt. In fad. there i.i
power behind ll I m afr ud
snnr'." Illrmlngham Agf It
A Strenuous .!nh.
i .Inhnnv. aged five wis re
ed for his dlsobedb in e a 1
told that find (lid not lo'-
' 'Mother how does Oed
have been naughty'"
"He sees everything ya
I son" was the replv.
Then after n moment s re-
he s.ild "Oee. but I m us' k'
! "I hear you were
you were ne'u
How did the robber net'"
"nV l.'na rilllll .tllll CD
... " .n i-i
.. .. . t. ..i.lm whn nail ii-'
rciuriieii (lie .v..... ...... .
.. .i.i.. . his clothes t
r ' t i.iiiiK ..... .
11.... no ILinlula.
ill. i ...... ....iu.-. sj
"Pou )uii think it 8 wree- it
...... . . . uni Off fire"
v.. ... n.. r.i.l.frl M ' "T
I a Lug s -jik
vnne. Sometimes it's .i klndnci'
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