The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 26, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 26, 1921 Page: 4 of 16
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TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26 1921
t'iib1Ihi1 Kvrv Morning Iiirludtnx tnrt
BY THE WOULD i'UUI.lWIlINCi GO.
MBMllltit OF AUDIT IIUIlKAll lr HIIICUI.ATION
iihmiikiis ur Tiii; abiuh.ia r;l I'liMtw
The AMlKlstetl ! ( a oicllillrflr PNIIl'Ml I" IK. .''I
far rrpuhllrnllon of all rlUpaleh-i eiMUM to It el
eal olh-r-ti- tre.lltrd in ibta linusr anil alt Iba lean
sa imMinhert h.r.ln .
SUllHCIlllmW ltATIM.'llfMAl. IN AtivANO
IJAILT AMI! SUNDAY DAll.T OMI.T
''-""h Ill -bre Monlh 'M
Ob. Hon .. l4 ' Mnntl; i?
II aa fire Month
IIT CAMIIIIJIl IN (JUTMIDIf TOWNS
(' Month In adsanca
IIT OAllttllill N TUI.1A SANK SI'lllNfln. NU
nivii ruiiK iiai
j'r Slontlij I n'iilVVnV."
l""Vr In ..1rw.
I'Iiunu tool run ai.i. iiispaiith wn m
Jo lUblical Quotation
Turn you to lli'o strong hol'l y prisoners (if
hope. Jwcli Ix. It.
O power lu do; II harried will I
O prayer unit notion I ye nr one.
Willi may mil strive may vet fulfil
Till) harder task nf standing "till.
And good hut wished with Clod In done.
J. fl. Whltllor.
NOILMAM'V IN TIM.S.V
It Is pniclliMlly here thUi normally w have
litrnnl m much ntiout. Without Any parllcu-
Ur fanfare nf trumpets or blare of bunds men
ura Kttln ntiout their business urn' starting
the wheels of IndUHtry movln. The announce-
jneiit tliut work liml begun on (he Wright
building n $300000 Investment ouiiiii m u
complete surprise to most folks. Yet the
Wright building U but uno of inuny now In
ourse of construction.
There la scarcely n block In III" down-town
district hut li he In if dliflgurud inure or Ipi
by excavating crews making way for the ron
tnnU(ir. I'robably at no titno In tho lilitory
of the city lib. lhro h"n Krmter Hutlvlty
In the bulldiriK line oepocl.tlly In tbe retail
dlittrlot. Hoveral nddltlniml atructurt'a ara
awnltlnir only tlio f littxli Iiik lonrlicn to plana
Thrre la not a neighborhood In thn city or
Iti unvlrona but 'n point to liouara In proreiw
of Imllillnif. Thn upprrolallnpt oil market lina
rvftnixl confidence nnd funned Into blaie
elumlierlns ambition. Only the HOiiaonal nd-
vnnca nf winter tirevanta nctlvn enthiialuatlc
mumpllon all nlonir the line. That will rnrtatmy
come Willi tho opening of settled weather next
At that time with the blir Hpiwlnaw water
project also under way Tulaa will nprlni; for-
ward na never before III Ita iilator'- It l
a demonstrable faot that miwiy Inatltutlona nnd
Indlvldunla are lictttallnc between Tulni and
other cnmmunltlea awnltlnR a declidon by thli
city on the water proportion. When It be-
coine aetiled beyond the point of controverey
Unit Hpnvlnnw water la to be brought here
there mid many othira will cant their lot with
Novor before wan the proepeet m pleaalnj'
nnd hopeful to the men and women who have
for yeura wrought wondera In their eplrmlld
determlnntlnn to mnli.i of thin oommunlty tho
uniueatloned metropolla of the eouthwent. Al-
most la tho dwtlny or Tillaiv awurnd. Heallza-
Hon hf tho plana nln-ndy lu hiiuil will mean
reallanllun of the main objective. ' Tliero la no
room tor thu weak of fnlth and the aiunll-towu
mind. Tho time U rip for city tnilldera of
thu hlKhent order to take command nnd direct
uf fairs. Huch men will be nupported to the
An Irrldinecnt drrum! A beautiful flRmnnt
of tht briiinl Ah Impractical in thin world of
tern ronlltlea and fixed trndenolen of human
nature n perpetual motion or tha fourth dl-
We read' that Japan at the forthcoming con-
ference will demand a mivy eo.ua) to any an
a nefleeeary nu-ann nt defenne. Hurely. And
atl lOnKland demunda U a mvy greater than
mi)- treatrr thun any logical rmnblnatloii of
navlcn that ahe may have ndtquate defeoHe
of liar national i-xlntivnco 'liiiKlnnil can muke
a Rood nrnument alnce alio la nn Inland nation
nut no bttor arcumenr than tun Jupan: for
Japan K too uu Inland nutlon. And nelilier
onn Jiinke any better nrcument tlmn can the
UU1 aiHtee for it pnmHm tho Kreatem
ool HnV of nil eioaid on both ret ocevina.
SSi nation la boIiib to ndi a nnvy for offense
nor un army ellliei- Huch Impedimenta la
alwny for defenae. nnd no nation Ik ever elnu
to iflvo up either Ita unny or navy :jny more
than people will abolish their peace of.'lcrra
or their oonrtn. Indeed there Is quite ua much
InKle In the latter n In the former.
Ill tilt) lnnplrlng exneotatlona aroused by the
nlorloun trutha enunolated by tho Man of Sor-
iowm two thouaand yearn Jeo humanity In
permitted to look forward to a day when peace
will prevail upon earth. Hut Itn comlnc will
not fir: b herulded by tin nereemunte of con-
fUotint racen' to elnk their fleets and dlnband
their armlea. ltather tht upprnnoh of that ttmo
v.111 he forecast by tuunterlns out of all police
torae. cloaliiK of Jallo and the runtliiK to piece
of Judicial machlnerj thrnuch dlniuw.
And when that lilgh llitbt oheds Ita benwf-
Ittttucnoa upon humanity It will not be
boaye ot polltlonl oonventlona . or throuisli
eooUaua eneasementa between natlona but
basiuna of the Cm-l.t spirit unlveraally oontroll-
InK ths heart and mind. Qf men. .Not other-
wl It ever Mmv tfpt hav
humunity the rieht t ;jv h0 ror p.
payanee. And there i ol Bxtant today on
Uib entire lmrlMn uf International relatione a
.101. p..mu..Hory aUn.lbot .uch
BVuii beli'it considered.
An International convention to mak ulans
fur heraldlns the millentum nn f0rmR no
Une of mirci to the New JcUMm v.uult b))
M totlcal a thf dUwrmumoiit eonferenve.
A l)A.f;l'.ltOfH OA.MI".
t'lnvlni king M n dangerous Pusln-M It's
like fooling with dynamite. Tlfe unhupy eano
of King Charlea and hla connort Is proof anew
of thin. T)lw royal perannagwi probably eln-c-erely
bellevlnir theinaeleea to be of superior
mould sought to Impose Ihemnelves upon the
peopM of llungnry by force of nnnn. They
encored an army through favors hoped for
the bauble whlnh loyally aro enabled to
Imndy about at the expense of the great ma-
jority of their nubje;l and it about planlne
(hemaelvea upon the throne.
A nreat prlto notild It be attained: but to
be attained only by haMrdlng A rink of etiunl
Import. They losi. Ami they are now In
prison. Crettlng we have no doubht aa the
"canlle." When the Idea that kings be thn
Hnnnlnttd of Oott was exploded the last prop
of princely splendor and security fell History
tesahea ua tli'st nooner or later a king must
walk the plank. And obsttrve the fate of tho
lust of thn ItAmnnoffs! The king InielneM Is
leady for the bankruptcy courts.
Henry Ford nayn money moans nothing to
Mm and the Jokesmlthn aelae on tha declaration
ami make It do funny atunte. Yet there Is the
eeed of a great and universal truth In It.
Money means everything to the mn who has
I'ontparnttVHly mite of It nnd la largely without
value to the man who has much more than he
heed. If Koril had no surplus money money
would mean very much indeed to lilm. At
leant h'e would think ao. Hut having much more
than ho needs he renllxse hor worthless monoy
In to supply that which man la constantly In
aenreh of. Iong before money rm Into the
world men onjoyi'd uml nilffcred even as today.
Money has precisely nothing to do with tho
elemental pleaouren and pamlnns of human na-
ture. Thonc would ko on In a soelety without a
medium of exed'ange.
Hecrelnry Mellon has ruled that tho sick and
affllctid may have beer and wine. Thin rullni;
grows out of tha fact that tho Volstead act
prohibits the usn of these uml kindred oon-
noctlons only for beverage purpoaes. For
chemical and mcdlolnal purposes alcoholic
lltpiurs are permitted by law. Under the law
as It stands ailing Individuals havo a perfect
right to eoouro beer and wine and some of them
havo been rathor Inslstant that tho wcrrtnry
of tho treasury who Is charged with enforce-
ment matters announce some way whereby
raid rlgnt can ho enjoyed. II moo tha Mellon
ruling Art the Intelligent enforcement of the
prohibitory law progresses we will eventually
arrive nt tho point whoro one Can determine
with precise exactness Just how many pan-
cakes aro required to shingle a dog bonne.
"Doo'' Ilynupi the prohibition expert at Okla.
lionm City has Issued nn order to tinners as-
airttng It to bo beyond the pato of law for uny
tinner to make a still. Hut doctor dar sup-
poce the tinner merely executes nn order for a
clothes bqller or an apple butter boiler and
the villain c.onverta tho contraption Into a
ntlllT It's against the law to sell b'ops for beer
making but how Is the merchant to know what
piirpono the hops ore to bn put to? We think
you've another guesa coming tn you doctor
Attorney (leneral Daunherty aajn "trains
will bn run regardlrw of tho nctlon of the
railway brotherhoods." That's the kind of
talk! It In tho sentiment which' should be
expressed by every governmental agent nt nil
tlmn and In every labor disturbance. I'roperty
should be Mite and men who desire to fill
U places of the ntrlkern phould bo safe even
If It requires the full army and navy to muke
Wo have n very strong Impression that thu
new farmer-labor p.irty. recently organised In
Bhawnee Is and will continue to be Important
only to IIioho organizing It nnd th'oso so foolish
ns to pay for membership. And of nourse
the organizers who Rocuro the members at so
much per secure.
The railway labor board has performed one
distinct servleu. It hns preparod a table on
wngnt which discloses the nverngo of wages paid
railroad men today nil grades and olaoen
Included Is as ugalnnt 11. ST In 1914.
And many items on the commodity list nru
down to the f Inline of 1911!
Now York society Is In a near panic over
the report that one of Its favorite members
In preparing to take the veil of tho church.
New York society Is Inclinable It seems of
iiuoountlng for genuine religious zeal
I.ee I'rurm says he will not offer himself for
governor unlem he b convinced there Is a
genuine popular demand. Cruce won't bo a
(Copyright 1921. by Kdgur A. Ouist.)
He piled It up for years and ars
His fortune larger grew.
Men's Jeers he braved ui he evrlmpcd and
As ever th'e selfish do.
He gave to nothing nnd bought no more
Than he thought vn his urgent need
He'd have plenty of gold when he was
And that wan his constant creed.
l'lenty of gold when hu hair was gray
To spend upon pomp and pride
Hut having his pile with' a tired smllt
He folded bis hands ami died
Chen hi soul wont tip to the pearl v gates
whem they asked of him to show
As they do wioh one what he'd ever
With Ida time on thu earth below.
Then ho proudly told of the gold he'd
A"a the smiling angel throng
bald -U-t ua behold one piece ot your
Surely ou brought It along?"
nr emu i.ottToN
The llnld Hagte finds that bootleggers nleo
use yinst to ral dough.
Iletween the boll weavll anil gin burners cot-
ton factor figure that they are going to havo a
A TiiIsa lady wiyn her Iden of a Joy ride In
thn country In to stop ut every farm house for
bargains lu chickens and egga.
The only merit Kobe Ooers of Tishoimngn
(tan se in bobbed hair la the fact that it do' nn t
tutch on coat buttons and olaae pins.
It might be welt for those having siirpi in
funds fnr Investment to Investigate the dividend
poetlhllltloa of a Jug factory in this ie Hon
If ynu want to find out how fast limes fi
chani;lnr nnd how things are done dlffrcn'!y
Jual go out and try to buy a pocket corkscrew
Hill Dlngley miys about the only reminder ofi
ills btrthay which Ife got at lioinn was a copy
of thn horoscope which snld It was an unfortu-
The difference according to the (llnbe-
Democrat: "Old-fashioned women look under
the hed for a burglar and new-fashioned men
look under tho denk for a dictograph."
A NowatA aoHety lady tells the Htar that
women aa a rule are not so particular about a
mtn being so everlastingly good looking nml
that In the reaton so many of them are married.
I'rom the greatest Inland cotton market In
the world Ardmore han bocomo tho hatchery
for moio ejg stories than any other town In the
country. Tho Intest Is that ehe Is eating her
cold storage eggs thin winter.
Colonel Douglun says If there Is anything
whleli will keep a man busier than breaking In
. new set of teeth ho would like for some one
to rail his attention to It before the next edition
of the History of Tulsa goes to press.
Juot to show how appearances aro deceitful
wo heard a Tulsa man any that the only times
he hoa really been sober nml had not tastod
a drop since the eighteenth amendment went
Into effect his wife a council him of being full
Ilaronicter of Public Opinion
KmplnycN uml tho C'oet of Ml lug
It U premature to frame a verdict on the
Jiimice of the causo of the railroad employes
who have determined apparently with delibera-
tion and coolness to Involve themselves and
tho people of tho United Hiatra In such a cutns-
tropblu event as a general paralysis of trans-
portation in the country. There nra certain
primary facts however regarding the cuse of
the brotnerhoods versus the railroad executives
which should be borne In mind by the public.
The Knoh-Cummlns transportation act ot 1920
llrovltllng for tho fixing of tho wages of the
railroad omploym on such entabllhed and ac-
cepted stanilurila un the cot of living In tho
various necuuns Ol wic uuuntry; will cijuuiiuiiiuii t
so far as practicable of wngea paid by the roads
and wage paid for similar work by other In- L
lu.itrlcn; tho character nml regularity of the "
1'IIIIII!1IUIII Ikn natal iw uuu li. u ii.tiuiii 111.11
skill required. 1
Shortly after thn railroads were returned
to private control the railroad labor board
granted general Increases of wages to the rail-
rond omployen Juinetl largely on the Indlaput-
wurrnnted these Incrcaefs. In the Intervening
Ihl.ll .MW- V..J ... ....t.n ... kwa'r
period the cost of Hvlna has receded between
1 - . . i ..i. . i
18 and 13 per cent In thin country
Answering .Mr. Knston
" I.'dltor World: Onco moro 1 knock for cdmls-
nlon to the llarnmcter ot I'ubllc Opinion and
that on n tabooed nubject "socialism" I would
not mention this subject but N. U. baaton
Htlllwator. has Just about o much of the same
thing In hla aystem that he ran not get rid of
in any outer I'""'' "15 '' . '
favor that you publish this short letter. I feel
that the Tulna World owes that to mo. So
Mr. Haston why do you ask mo to answer your
argument when I answered your every argu
on. abVo waX" you aci J ualntet VwRh hi. ' mA hve tendency to Include
fact In a pomonal lotted which you replied to a playlot at every recital The ono-
."ter. A friend of mlno In Klefer ch'allengetV act play ha swept tho country
you to met mo In Joint debate you declined. taking u verybody by storm.
You well know The Tulsa World will publish It Include thorn all. I'renchere
no aigument ot mine. That haa ben tried. I preach dramatic sermons churches
These editors also fear the light I also wish i have pageants and play nnd tho
to my I resent your criticism of tho railroad .schools of elocution are filled to
unions a I was a railroad man for sixteen overflow.
yeum. 1 can tell you or any other mun of All this mnkea ono wonder If wv
your class mure about tho present unemploy-' are entering u period of literary
incut and wage question in one thousand words activity that our Innocent little
than you ever knew. If you doubht this 1 re- great-grandchildren shall have to
v r.iriunr rlmtlence. I will ronlv to any studv about as a nocond renaissance.
ment and the editor witntieiti it irnm puuucn
rent argument vou con offer In tho columns of.for surely tho Interest inunlfetr.ed
nny paper or magiizino
So put up or shut up.
Klefer Okla. Oct. 14.
th'o United Btates.
In Dofciw nf Hod Tork.
n.uinr World: 1 havo lived lu lied Kork
only a few months and do not have a personal'. srCntrr than Solomon In all his
acquaintance with nnynne Involved In the row ft 5.ynr n oy swaggered
about the recent aircmn of speeders on tbe l)to nlll idndergarten room with
Tulea-Supiilpa highway but anyone who can tnn tif.nnniirc-il step of a wild
nee the traffic on this rond any day of the week .revn Ktar:
In bound to feel the Injustlco In the charges' "pnn't call me rrnnk any more"
made about unwarranted urrosts and also the M0 Ra'i "tur mv name Is William
crlllotil remarks offered by the editorial depart-ig. Hart."
ment In thin morning's World (Krlday). The teacher amused asked why
It take no speedometer to prove that doz- he wasn't another well known
enn of oars Tulsa or Kapulpa bound whiz through! weotern Interpreter whereat Krank
this little burg nt a speed far In execs of 20 scornfully replied:
TM... nt.ln.l ...... rt n It V. 1 la I 1 1 "
miles per tiinii. i up v.... ... .
cem that. And If you would see the rate the
"yol cop" has to make to overtake somo of
the cars you'd not wonder that they were out;
of the olty limits beroro me arrest cun ne maue.
lied Kork Is o located thnt It has to endure all
the speeding of people who feel that they are
out or the city now and can "Inr1 'or out" also
of parties who rush to get Into tho city by a cer-
tain time. It Is such a Utile place that th'y feel
It hardly worth noticing seems moro like the
outskirts of Tulsa (which It really is). Hut that
la nu reason nr excuse tor violating speed laws.
1 know nothing of the charges of politics
tack of the complaints. Hut I do know that
to nn ordinary lawabldlng citizen it a. cms un-
fair to penalise officers for enforcing a good
Uw If It can be proved that unwarranted ar-
rests have been made or that the fines were un-
lawfully appropriated all right go ofur them.'
Hut until thai kt proied tn It not good ben no to
withhold snap judgment T It does not take
union Insight to see that most motorists who
have to pay u J 10 fine or bond (why kick on
the bond Tulsa courlH do llkewlne constantly)
Is bound to feel aggrieved and It n rumpus Is
marled each sufferer will want to ay that Ita
wasn't going as last as tho cop's speedometer
Have some members ot the automobile club
been pinched that they are lined up so solidly
against arresting speeder? It makes an out-
alder wonder Just to read tbe hotheaded state-
ments. If the county officials would take as much
pains to run down ntjackern as they seem to be
taking to run in the traffic cop it might help
tht unsavorv reputation Tul.i county la caln-
lt rr-t.tt. Its rene.lfM.I hnlrlimn- And If ttm
county attorney wantn facta Instead of fro'h'
from rore vlotims of the law. let hint sand a I
trailer out here to tar Hlgdon the next time he1
niarta after a speeder and let him attend one I
of the trials and see for hinvir nbout this ex-
tortion May 1 ask for Information whether a man
from speed laws' If So. why' If not. whv tho!
fuss about fining one such'
11 ...1 L'..l. lint 1 II CIIL. Mtioi.MMri.ii
vf v. ww. .v -v uiidi.ioi.1..
Mr tennard departed from his usual miatnm of
spending the afternoon playing bridge at the olub and
hurried home to find tils wife and daughter In a highly
wrought state of emotion. Muriel was accusing her
mother of having offended Harry llaeon so outrage-
ously that he was practically driven from the house.
" Nonsense child! I simply repeated what you have
told bun yourself that you had no Intention of marry-
Then turning abruptly she asked:
" What dotal It mean Kdward? The bank nays hla
ehee.k la good. How doea It happen that he haa money
enough to give such n large sum to a charity t"
" It's quite mysltfylr.g." answered Mr. Lonnard. -1
talked with Vtrdcn the president of the bank. Ho
merely hald the chock was good but when I tiled to
get further detatln he from up. Uank ethics you
"Has he been speculating oucoeasfutly or" here
die shot o glance at hor daughter " tn be In eorae
" Mot Iter I How can you say ouch a thing? Tou
know Harry baa never done a thing that warrants you
In making nndi an Insinuation."
Mr iAnnard Interposed.
"He's evidently all right. Vlrden'a attitude con-
vtiiced me of that. He's probably made a nueceaaful
Rtock den! of some sort although where ho got the
money to margin It In beyond me."
- Well If he got It speculating" said Mrs. Umunl.
" ho won't have It Ion I'm going out now."
Bho paused In the doorway aa a thought struck her.
" Perhaps Muriel you would feel better if you talked
with the young man."
" But mother he won't come back after tho way you
" O yea he will. Illame It on mo If you wish. Tell
hull I wo Buffering from a sereru headache. I have
no doubt he will tell you all about hla financial wind-
full If you go about It cleverly."
Having planted thene suggestions Mrs. L&nnard
deimrted. serene In the belief that Hacon would be
camped on tha doorstep when she returned.
Muriel acted quickly. She at once called up the
oQIce whem he was employnd.
A quiet voice reported that Mr. Hacon had resigned
sovuiul days before and had not vlntted the office since.
tbe holloa where he roomed a less quiet voice
E&E IIIM ! IMMi li I Hi 111' ill' Ms1 I' I HI
We Are All Dramatic Critics
Hy NORA COLE S1CINNI5II
Wo are living In a! dramatic nge.
"Whut that guy? Ho can't act
more than a rabbit!"
That child wns a dramatic critic.
A responsibility rests upon us.
Since wo tho such Inherent critics
anil are so much Interested In
everything dramatic we ought to
exert the rlgh power nnd see that
the bent plays arc produced thnt a
high standard Is maintained and
thnt literary Ideals and moral
thought advaneo together. Moro
than at any time in history we aro
fitted to decide effectively wh;u
plays wo want to suo and whut plas
are bet for us to see.
The plnys are written for us. 1c
Is not uccoiwury that we adJUHt our
Ideabi to (It the play. Authors
practically always write to pliuno
the audience a statement that In
not flattering to society In view of
the problem playn that havo been
In vogue of late years. Shakespeare
had certain characters who wore
put In to nppcal to tbe people In
the pit and modern play writer
likewise will tell you (sometimes
as a sort of apology or vindication)
that curtain ot their diameters
were created to meet tho desires
of an audience.
A play either spoken or screened
whero Homebody olso enacts a sec-
tion of life that reveals either thu
happy or seamy sldo of others' ex-
istence while we sit passive and
comfortable looking on. Is restful
and has ever been a popular p.isn-
t.rr.c of man. It Is c.3jr vhuuKb lu
demand that on tho same occasion
we be helped thnt our minds bo
uplifted and that we bo put back
on our Job energized and with
Selecting the right plays will do
It. The box office is what guides
prodm tlon. and writers write to
... . . .
i'pie wian ever ueium rv
li In V it- mnrfi innii it-irv hnfnrn nfO
plays; moro than every before aro
there plays to see.
Because of church affiliation
many did not attend tho old-tlmu
regular theater but even these g"
to the muvlea now.
It was once an event when ono
co. ...onov ftn.i onnortunltv together
"' It Is
con1Jerri nn uvollt it 'n movlng
picture houno Ls not visited once a
L.irmnv nrtm.llv mi nverv tlav
week many actually go every day
Amateur thontrtral have boen re-
vived. "Uttlo Theaters" have sprung
up here und there and club pro
hluiuld creato a flow of better play.
writing nnd nn era of better acting.
We are all dramatic critics. The
oldest nuin and the youngest
Hchoolchlld have tholr . favorite
actors and dlecuss the merits and
shortcoming of others. Urei! In
II COWDoy Ull untl Apparciuiy irni"
tlio 'iroiinH' now.
Chicago Hrrald and Msarplntr.
NHW YOltK Ganim Walskas
millionaire husband hns seized his
wife's furniture virtually confirm-
ing rumors of the Impending di-
vorce proceedings between the
opera star nnd Alexander Wmlth
Cochran whose 1cm artistic calling
Includes the manufacture of ca.-
pets. Hoth Mr. Cochran and Mine
Walska are In Parts where the lat-
ter has barricaded her residence
and denied admission to anyone.
The seizure of Wnlska's furniture
valued at J25.000 was made by New
York deputy sheriffs after Mr
Cochran had filed a writ of replevin
The Young Lady
Across tho Way
SWWtl '(It m Va sfc
All.V -jS. -itS?? 1
I with the supremo court contenting
tha furnishings wsro wrongfull)
withheld hy his wire.
He gave bond for double their
worth Tho Invaded house wan left
to Walika by hor second husbnna
Dr Joseph Krankol. on his death
a year ago.
Ittimorn of separation have heen
f-Irculatlng since Mme. Walske hur-
riedly left Chicago on the dav be-
lor Iter b 'lieuiiiru ueuui in s.nrn
I last eeason and wcr.t to New York
Her marriage to Mr Coch an.
frn.erly the rlchent bachelor in thn
I United States had long been a mat
ter ui spr.-uiuiion uccii'ise oi .Mnii?.
Walska's Individual views pmlcu-
Jarly on love. Mr Cochran differed
amiably with them and was chWly
ronrerned with the management of
his fortune estimated at 110 000-
000. noth denied reports of misunder
'"l ..""..'. . ."
imt In Paris tho rumors started
atl over again with mr- basis In
'act Walska denied hersrlt t he-
t huebund and was cscurtcd by Harold
w.r 111 7 . .'.V.?.5.
I. ... .. .. ! ' -i
I llliltscit 111 LI1U WCklln St. ICS.
t Tbs CM onto Tribua.l
reported that Mr. Hacon had given up hla room and
had left no forwarding address.
It nu alt mnnt mynterloiis After an agitated
half hour at the telephone she had. exhausted every
avenue of communication. He bod vanished com-
pletely. This realization brought her a poignant aenso of
Ions Her vanity also suffered. If Harry Hacon had
been there at tliat moment hla autt would have pros-
pered. Instead he won nostril lu thn private orilce of one
of the trustee of hla estate. For ncverol dayn ho had
spent similar hours txilng Initiated Into tho ram Idea-
tions of what had boen hla uncle's property.
While thus engaged be encountered In the long
list of holdings a name that commanded instant at-
tention. The iAnnard Steel Mills 10000 aharos!
"Whafa that?" ho exclaimed.
" Your undo made considerable Investments in steel
properties" answered tho trusted "but. with tho ex-
ception of this holding all hava boen converted into
-Why did tm retain thlsT"
" Blnco the period of war prosperity It has declined
so much in market value that he was unwilling to sell
until better prices prevailed. Mr. IAnnard formerly
gave his personal attention to the property. Of lata
he has delegated tho management to others and has
spent his time hero In the city largely engrossod In
social pursuits. The property has suffered. There la
bitter discontent among hla workmen and conse- .
quently constant labor difficulties."
"How many shares of stock are there In all?" aske4
" One hundred thousand ot which Mr. and Mrs. tan-
nerd hold 61000 unices they have been obllgtd to let
some of them go"
Hacon thought for a moment.
" I wish you would ondeavor to get as many addi-
tional ahares as you can" he said quietly. "And do
It In a way that my name does not appear In tho
" It can be dono by the estate" sold tho trustee
" but you would do well to avoid getting deeper In
a property that Is on the down grade."
" I believe In steel" answered Harry " and the time
to buy la when the stock la down. A steel company
thnt Is well run Is bound to pronper or else this coun-
try will go broke."
Nobuddy ever bought a
iiiitn t git stung. Somo
married before they go
i-ailH fin' others .uIoldi3
F. McCorflck nn old frlond and
patron of Chlciifn rkiuim
When both Mr. " Cochran and
Mme. Walska retained attorneys di-
vorce seemed to bo a matter . ot
Willi tho definlto news ot
estrangement enme the Information
that tho McCormlcks had separated
although this was denied by Mrs.
McCormick on her nrrlval In the
United States a few days ago.
"Nothing Is further from my
mind" she said. "I saw Mr. Mc-
Cormick three times in Zurich. We
had somo pleasant cbnversatlons. I
am n psychrlogist and believe in
freedom of action. I nm very hu-
"AT OUTS" AtS.VI.V.
of t)K'm "Slur1
Do Not N Ad
Mpis the time for the children to take up-
the dudy of the piano.
backing up their denials !
parties to eacn otner
a trip abroad
IIT South .Main
ins nijri Incur- l.l A r 1
I IP' " b UfClur. NtwiwV .
U'.ilm-Mlar. (KMoImt 20 lo i
in.- nun nominal. H I'm
beneflo rule according i
Irnnus is strongly adv.
It Is n time In whirl
npproontlon und Bsnls'ati
who occupy pincen In tl.o .
the sway Is believed t
Byiiipaiuir nnd encounwc g.
All who aspire tn t.
polntmcnts or to positions
ent upon the win .. .
authority will do wei '
can li shining moment t .i .
inrrn ii n sign read nn
that men are tn enjov n
four yours tho final m
political power and t)ui
be moro Insistent up
their old perquisites than
been in the past.
Tho planetary Influif.
this rule of the stars i.
bn Inspiring anil stimoi.
Ing for confidence and
It In ronn'dered rnot f.
bestow bottom on glrN v
sun atnllos on the chm i
day's prosnntn are supp . i
Uranus boded III for ) i
of -tho human mind wlr
tlmo Is likely tn bo extrro
tlve to evil Impression i
Crimen Invohlng x"r'"-
ucatlnn nrc likely to ir i.
this direction of the utarr
Tho king of Norwn
suffnr many Hnxlet'en'.n
owing to the fact thai ).
tlon of Mars und Saturn fi
Tho opposition of t'ra'
Mars threatens unusunl
conditions In tho mlddlp
HlSh winds may be frmucni A rr .
tho next fow weeks.
Discontent among wor;v.rs p
vnrlou trades Is likely to v trr.ua
an tho wlntor advances. jfS
Many deaths by mil. i'l. rre in.
dlcated for the coming viv
l'crnons whoso binhd it i
havo tho augury of a. bapp snr.
cesstul year but they nb u i kce?
on In routine affairs.
Children born on this dai irjj b-
Inclined to chungo occupa'. if. ont
thoy probably will hnve 'eifr
to succeed. They arc bin to bo
strong and comely
Pop wns smoaking ai d ii ki!j
after supplr nnd I ned Ha p p-
Who mo? sod pop. Mc" rs !
anq l sea uo you wunt to a.
everything I did today?
Your slightest movement oilrlni
me Btrangoly on with the ink n
pop. Mcenlng If I told him he w
llssen. Wlcli I started to tt.i h
up exter erly on account of i.ink. t
It was S o'clock alreddy and
wosent 7 yet and I thnwt cr solr.t
back to bed ngen and then 1 that.
O wats tho use nnd I did' n'
Thnts wat I call starting the dir
rlto the fighting spirit set r
Y'en sir and then I went a
errnndn for ma before Bkoul a d
dldent glvo enythlng for gdr.c nnl
I dldent asl her for ci. i a
dldent even lxpoct onythtng I ff
Good fine If tliores cn Is is
wunt to keen nut of the fam " ra
mercernury spirit sed pop. .tod i f
Y'es rlr und then I went to a-
I was so crly I won the first io
line won we marched In u..d ' i
teecher was nerprlzcd and srj l i
doing very well.
Better and moro of It w 'I "
wonders never cecse" sed pd n
I ecd No sir nnd this off i
went 2 moro errands for ma h "
complaining nnd then t satv sr. '
on your shaving mirror anl i i
Im glad to heer It. It '
needed tt sed pop. nnd I scd li' j
O vou RWt to or eaw it pop .'
grate. It w-as too bad It hod i a
drop rite out ot my nanus
Wpt. seel pop did It brake"
Well tho glass part of n Ol '
You blithering Uttlo hyera f
pop. And ho cave mo ' '
crackn nomcpUcn with btit slipk-
not being very Injoyablo bu' beir
Srlend that less than I Ixpoctcd
mun nnd Ihlnli It Is a bi lUllfJ1
Idea It two people can enj d
"If one can help the other pa
should bn permitted to do r
Mrs. McCormick added
husband had kept her fuIiy
of his activities In his corn?" -a-ence
nnd that sho had no " ' 1
Mme. Walska has an- m-M
thnt sho has decided to rr.- J- f
mnnontly In Paris. The re- :
gave was; "There are e-y
cheap opera stnrB In Amen t"
a real artist haa no chun
"Aro you from Chicago '
"How far bolow"
"ENDORSED BY THOUSANDS OT-1
HAPPS? ELBUR.N OWNERS IN
Call or iPrite Today
- Tliut Runrantri'H Ml Its I'lano-"
. .1. CHII'i:. Miinngor Onagf 3I!I
IIT wmm.. i. TrrTW 1 1
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