The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 87, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 27, 1922 Page: 4 of 14
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TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 27 1922
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Bible Thought for Today
TIIK ONLY OOD: Hear. O Israel: the Lord
our God In one Iirrt. Deuteronomy 6:1
What are some of the privileges of tha rlirht-
eous? Psalm 34:16-22.
In a newspaper nt raillc.il tendencies d
'purely olass appeal wo read tho following com-
ment on a recant utterance of ISIhert H. Gary
' whoreln the steel magnate expressed re.pttgns.nes
"to the Idea of rearing nn arlstoarnay 6f special
privilege and wealth In the United States!
"Gary In a member of the special privilege
'' clnw. Neither he nor nny other man gets
i that way (wealthy) except by special prlv-
. Ilego whlah enables them to take for them-
" selvcn tho earnings of others."
Tho World cannot permit such a fallacious
and mischievous b-tntemnnt to pass without ro-
.. bukn. It Is nuch tnonslrouii tenRhliiK.i oa thla
vltlch create tho unreasoning radloallam f our
; time and turn the hand of every IgtiorniniiB
affttltiBt the mn and the Indiiatrloa which con-
stitute tholr very trroatert blaoalnR.
To aay that no man ovor Brow rloh eavo
througli upcclnl privilege and taking from othors
their rlghta Is to pronounco a lie of the mewt
heinous kind. Let us consider only Oklahoma
whloh developed within the life of most man
now active In lt affairs; and take for our
' standard of wealth tha nlmple standard of this
. agrarian state.
'. When tho great rush was on for homes In
the promised landa men camo from east and
wo.it and north and south; men nt all vocations
find all types and all characteristics. Thero was
a man who secured a homeitead aide by aide
With another. Kach was at tha bottom of the
eoonomlo ladder. Tho one knowing full woll
tho terms of his acquisition hunir on endured
hardships subsisted on a faro that tried the
sternest flbor of tha Individual charactnr. The
other gave way early. When want met him at
' his door when tha future seemed dark and too
.trying for his nhallow nature ho sought a pvlr-
' chaser of his doubtful tltlo because ho wanted
to return east to his wife's pooplo where ho
ylnlcht If with less Independence certainly with
' greater personal comfort ko out an oxlstance.
tio ho offered to trade to tho flmt man. He
would loasa his right and title to his homestead
for n. team of youns hornea with which to make
' the Journey baclt cast.
The first man with an abiding faith In the
ftitura of Oklahoma then In Its crudost form yot
more because of a disposition to help his neigh-
bor than to benefit hlmsalf accommodates that
neighbor by trading Tlmo passes. The dark-
est cloud has a allver lining. Vlrturo hn Its
cortnln roward. Tenacity and singleness of pur-
ffiose always win. The plains yield to tho woo-
ing of man. Cities spring up population fol-
town and those landu have Increased In value
many many ttmee. But the lnerea.-.'! In values
simply measures sacrifices and thrift inn do
many Umss over.
Nature smiles upon tho land. Crops are
grown In abundanco and preaontly the man who
Muck who was willing to sacrifice and toll and
bear burdens during tho preaoitt emerged Into
ntfluenco and independence. He become a stock-
holder In ths bank at tho county seat. His live
ntock which he has attended carefully has
grown Into profits of splendid proportion. Ho
is a substantial figure in his community. He Is
a member of the school board a trustee of his
church and in a few more years tho magic
wand of oil having touched his soil Into a flow
of gold he In rich and tho wealth he has thus
made possible In providing; employment not ony
for hundreds but his neighbor of the pioneer
days who has returned to Oklahoma to bocoms
a tenant upon the very lands ho once owned.
What are you going to do about this condition
of affaire. Mr. Itadlcal Agitator? Tou want
the man who wovo tho very soul of himself and
his wife and his children Into the process of
development to divide with you now. You want
tho kindly neighbor of yeoterday to build you
a home to give you subslatanoe and to do some-
thing for you that you have never done for your
There are those who have profited unJiwtJy
because at speolal privileges from government.
There Is a sentient public sentiment alive to the
injustice of this sort of thing. Hut when the re-
mark 1 made that "no man becomes wealthy
Have at the unjust expense of his fellows" that
Is a He and It Is a mot mischievous II".
Ten years from today there will be other
cases thousands of them precisely llko unto
the one wo havo followed through; beoause the
pioneer opportunities of this state afford od
nothing like the great opportunities for winning
Kjccem that abound now on every hand. Oet
out get under and dig if you would attain In
dependence. You will never acquire It through
cither agitation or legislation although by
harking to sueh flubdub you will nr)ttly en
able many Individual adventurers to become
wealthy and Independent.
THIS AltllUOKJjH OASIC AflM.V.
The decision of Mr. Will Hhs director-gen
era! of the movie buslneiw (o allow Arfeuekle
the Falstaff of the movies to return to tho
furen after the first of the year has pru-.'u-a
controversy that bids fair to yield the
. 'in I hi. i i'l . i ' i. Wiii i.i i
Mi" i I .it- n.; I ' 1 mI . I. nl I .. iil !. it'n
i ."nut mil i:i luitiK .i.i mint nt Ins promoters
t i tnalns to be svtn.
Among vnrious letters received on (hi tub
Ject The World reproduces ths following:
In re fatty Arbuckte returning to tho
screen as published in Ths World today J
would like to see every paper in ths country
print editorials sir. using inn Impropriety of
sui'h a charni'ter being again set before tho
pleasure seeking public and especially be
fore the young who probably compose tho
majority attending tlm picture shows. Is
this not an insult in mir boasted civilisation
and a Not on the purity f our private llfo?
Are the growing children who will make
up the adult life of tho next generation to
be tnught that a man mnv live any kind of
an immoral life and after exposure bo
taken back Into the good graces of the iub
lie and wield such an influence as a screen
In this a good example to set before tha
young? What If It had been Mtaa Fatty Ar-
buckle what would have boon ths attitude
of the genirnllsnlmo of the screen and the
screen magnaies7 Would she not have hen
east out snd branded as a harlot and not
to be touched?
As It Is a man Is he to be returned to the
folds of our social lite to rub against Inno-
cence and those who would like to live up-
rightly? His friends say a man should have
a chance to stage a come back. Would their
verdict be the same If the subject wsre
Miss Fatty? w are already In ths grip of
big business and millions. Will we con-
done It or attempt to break that Influence?
We can easily surmise whlrh It will he
when the censor Is pulling down $160000
per year t nri we ran Judge what It would
bo If the verdict was left to the common
Much riald hy our correspondent Is Incontro
vertible Hut there are n few points overlooked.
While ths position of The World on tho Ar-
burVI rase l well known the fnct remains that
Arbuckle stands legally' oxhonerated. There-
fore ho has a right to offer his wares o tho
public and it Is a serious question whether or
not any authority In moviednm has nny legal
right to prevont him froth doing so. No on
It under compulsion lo attend hln shows.
The "verdict Is left lo the common pooplo."
Arbuckle accorded the rlnht to ply hln trndo nnd
Vrhunklo finding It proWtable to do ho Is dls.
tlnetly two separata propositions. Hays allow-
ing the comedian to mako pictures Is but one
phase of the matter. Inhibitors booking those
pictures Is another. And tho reaction of the
common people rsforred to by our correspon
dent Is still another.
The writer will not patronlzo a house show
ing tho Arbuckle pictures. Uut ho will mako no
effort to punish those who do patronize nn Ar-
buckle show nor tho houso exhibiting them
beyond absenting hlmuolf. This hocnuso Arbucklo
In proven to be much less than a gentleman In
tho first place a sort of end in tho defanwe ho
offcod In ths second place.
Now It the "common people" gonerally tako
such a view of tho matter exhibitor will not
offer the Arbuckle pictures and tho action of
Mr. Hays will amount to nothing whntovor. nut
It tho Arbucklo pictures do prove ns popular as
over tho last word will have been said concern
ing this case Just nn tha acceptance of a book
by tho public In tho fnco of tho condemnation
of tho rovlowors provoa beyond cuet!on that
the book is a good book. Wntor can never rise
above Its source.
And beyond doubt thero are a good many poo.
plo who lose sight completely of the personality
of an actor In tho productions ho offers. To
theso Arbucklo a aalut or Arbuoklo a devil Is
ono and the same thing.
It Isn't New Years day yet but It Is a good
tlmo to bo thinking about what wo shall do to
mako the new year a constructive succor. Why
not highly resolve to mako Tulsa the best
lighted city in tho state then to mako lt streets
the cleanest which means that the wnsto papor
nuisance must be abated. No Mils no wasto
paper no unsightly banners acro.n the strt-
an abatomont of the bill-board nuisance theso
aro achievements for the new year entirely worth
Other wtntes and communities ouarht to bene.
fit by the experience which has overtaken
Louisiana. Tragedy is In tho air In that unhappy
state oa a consequence of the Invisible empire
seeking to subvert government. What tho ulti-
mate eequcl will bo no man can tell. Hut al-
roady there .has been sufficient uneasiness ap.
prehension nnd dlseord to cause the greatest re-
gret that an Impossible doctrine was over
There Is about tho same dlfferenco betweon a
oollego education and other kinds whloh en-
lighten and bring Ruceotm as there Is betweon
plain bottled hootoh and tho kind which bears
an Imitation label gaudy though It may he.
A thought to makeone serious: The legisla-
ture convene In 10 days.
Copyright 1922. by Kdgnr A. Quest.
I watched him trudging through the flold
Preparing for his harvest yield
A man of strength and vigor
Hut untutored and unclean:
The proud would scorn the garb he wore
And turn him coldly from the door.
The dainty In his prwence
Would have shuddered to be in.
And as I watched I thought of Him
Uough-handod and of visage grim
The sower ankle deep In earth.
Distributing his seed:
Yft those who looked at hint in scorn
And only saw his garment torn
Some day upon his snow-white wheat '
In luxury would feed.
Out of tho common comes the great.
Beyond the tusk the Joys await;
Kough be the hand which mows the seed.
Hut white and soft the bread.
Xrom them ths haughty may despise
The splendors of the world arhw.
The cradle in a tenement
May be a ruler's bed.
Turn not away from any man
Who rvts the Maker's mighty plan.
The sower does not walk In prldo
Or costly garments wear.
And from the mire which marked the ixist
A gwilus may urine at last
The mother In the tenement
A o.i Hi I1 may bt-ar.
liy dllM UiItloN
Christmas (weak) comes hut once a year
and we're glad of It.
It also bad form to apologise for the low
coat of tho Christmas gtfts you mako.
Ws sometimes wonder if the country is Just I
as prosperous as ths financial writers say it is j
If everybody would drive Just as slow as
tome people do other things there would he
little need erf traffic cops.
Probably by tomorrow moat of the Christmas
gifts will lie exchanged and we'll be thinking
ahout getting back to normalcy once more.
Wo wsre not In piltlnji to fmo the moon i
Monday night but we are told by Some of those
who oan enjoy moonlit sotiry that It presaged
a scoop on the weather bureau within the n-xt
day or two.
m.t till! ninl.v liallaua. .hail lh. Imr.lul fo.t. I
an American clttcon has to consider Is trying to
writs a paragraph with a kick In It when he
feels quite sure ho will be callod upon to enrve
a Christmas turkey.
When an editor has to call on a preacher to
tlve him 11 reputation for probity nnd virtue
we're reminded of a Hhakespearoan quotation
which reads something like this: "Methlnks
thou dost protest too much."
The C. .J. Wrlghtsman boom for the L'niti-d
Stales senate permeated the ntmosphero at the
banquet given Aldrlch Make secretary to Gov-
ernor Walton nt Muskogee the other night ao-
rordlng to the Times-Democrat. When a po-
litical boom begltii to permeate tho ittmospheio
vott know somebody haa loft a gas cock
Barometer of Public Opinion
Kdltor World: Have Just read the letter In
llnrometer of Public Opinion from 'A Perplexed
Husband" asking advlcu and wanting to know
If he was right or wrong In whut ha said. Yea
verily ho was right. It all women would stand !
for and encourage the men in tho real worth-
while thlngo that build up character maybe we
would not havo tho crooked bunch at tho head
of our stKto government wo have.
Too many women only care for a man with
polished manners anil one that will "get the !
money" for them to fly high In fashlonablo so- I
clety no matter how rotten he Is Inside. A
woman that would think about getting u divorce
for such a trifling matter docs not desorvo a
husband of nny kind.
So Perplexed Husband stnnd your grounds
he a real man In overy way. Your wlfo will
think moro of you or eho Isn't worth having.
Shamrock. Dec. 15. A WOMAN UKAD13H.
A Yunlice by Adoption.
I'ortunato Is tho foreigner who enters Amorlcn
by way of New Knglnnd nnd stays thero. The
Puritans pruutlcod thrift at first from necessity
but they soon made It a habit and because they
kept their wants within tho compass of easy at-
tainment nnd came to regard tho epundlug of an
unnoceesnry cent as well-nigh criminal they
prospered oven on an Inhospitable shore.
Since their day New Hngland prudonco with
regard to money mutters has become proverbial.
Nothing so troubles tho New Kngland conscience
as tho cacapo of a dollar which might have
been kept In tether. Tho result Is that economy
has become opldemlc east of tho Hudson and
north of Nantucket. Kven tho Immigrant soon
cutchat the contnglon.
In tills week's news Is tho story of a Boston
Immigrant bootblack who with his own elbow
grenso has sent a daughter through Hndcllffo
rind will In time see another daughter and two
sons graduated from that Institution nnd from
Harvard respectively. In nny other city tho
temptation to Invest his savings In '"movlo"
tickets and phonograph records would havo been
too strong. In Boston oven the luro of the film
na1 tho 50-cont tablo d'hoto could not subdue
the urge for finlanclal prudence that Is In the
Four enlightened American citizens will In
time go forth from tho household of this boot-
black equipped for tho battlo of llfo ns fur ns
tho organized erudition of Cnmbrldgo can equip
them nnd all becauso when ho camo to America
ho lnnded In a section whose traditions of thrift
Is uh stern and rock-bound as Its cont. New
Anent Mrs. Watts.
Kdltor World: In the Barometer of Public
Opinion column of Docombor 18 and Decombui
22 1 notion an exchange of opinions between
yourself Mrs. O. B. Watts and Mr. Cecil
U Cooper regarding tho negro. Strange In-
deed Is the fact that you people will continual-
ly discuss the negro In the spirit of prejudice und
hatred. Strange that you will give him the
satno toxthooks In school. Strange that you
will burden yourselves with taxe for the sup-
port of nogro schools whore they ncqulro the
very sntno Ideas nnd knowledge) that you do.
And yet bo so blinded by race hatred that you
aro unubl to see or understand why tho negro
la aspiring for higher things. When I sny high-
er things I don't mean social equality. But I
do mean greater recognition In our civil legal
and commercial Institutions. In other words he
simply demands thnt ho be given a man's
chance. It seems to me that the employment of
a constructive policy towards tho negro would
be a far bettor policy to follow. Instead of the
policy of destruction terrorism and hatred that
has been and Is now being employed. So far of
mu itiiiuuuciui party is concerned l will sav
that It Is hot a question of politics or principles
but a question of Justice nnd tnlr treatment thai
confronts the negro.
Then. I wish to call your attention to th
fnct that In seven-tenthn of the negroes of
today the prized Anglo-Saxon blood la cours-
ing through tholr veins and if. as tho anpali of
history shown that blood has ulways rebelled
against oppression why then let mo ask should
the American people be surprised to hoar of dls.
content on the part of the negro? He has
lougnt on evcrv field ho hits bared hi hmni
to the storms of shot and shell in overy war of
this country. Ills was the first blood given on
Lexington's historic flold for the liberties of th
American colonies. He has nrnved in im n mnn
reliable and trustworthy wherevor given n fair
opportunity nut with all tho advantages en-
Joyed In thl. our boaved civilisation we still
find some "Hip Van Winkles" In tho person of
Cecil L. Cooper. You certainly have been sleep-
Ins; for a long time Yes the white man of your
state contributed to the good l?) of the negro
there In several ways too well known to the out-
side world to mention. I will slmnle sav. if
you supremacy Is founded on preludlce. batnd
and Injustice you -an have all of that kind of a
foundation. I will be content to excel because
r am a man. I wish to say to th odltor. that in
tho coming years th negro will organise an
independent political organization. Thus organ-
ised he will ultimately becomo morn of n factor
In shaping tho political dealing of this great
country. He will then be In a position to haw
his demands for the simple rights of elttzenship
seriously cnutldered by the broad-minded men
and women of our grand old commonwealth.
Yours for fair ucatment and Justice.
Tulsa Dec. 35. JAMES K. ARLINGTON.
T!ic)ve Cliangcil Tlielr Mind.
Let's see! The Greeks thought they couldn't
be happy unless they had Constantino and war
with tho Turks. Pittsburgh Oazette-Tlmes.
llevtnro of Soft Rontt
The difference betwoon praise and flattery 1
that flattery comes from those who o.vpect to
profit uy 11. iinitimore sun.
Drink Anything When JlV Dry.
(.urinany. they say Is going dry becauso of
bad ler. Doesn't seem to work here. Pitts-
He Different If Coal Prices Drop.
11 on rtd '.111 Ins drooiiod tn 170.000
" ' tb t f . .- n ti.i -.-it ru-Oi
to ih-i 1 ". jt'rr Nas.ivlllj Tcim.'ssecan.
He turned down all appealt for charity .
couldn't be botharej with the Good fcfoio
movement and timilar worthy organizations.
tie ate his Christmas dinner alone
Time to waste WwlMmk rFoU f '
A STENOGRAPHER'S ROMANCE
Hy Jano Phelps.
Mr. Fallon HenSHures Nellie.
After breakfast Mrs. Roberts drew
Nellie Into her room. Sold she:
"In anything wrong my denr? Can
"No something happened at tho
office to'annoy mo yesterday. I don't
know why I cried and made myself
such a sight" Nollle answered with
n wry little laugh. "I'm not in tho
habit of sniveling over things. When
I was at Miss Carter's I used to
Thnt night Nellie did not refuse
to walk with Donald Home. AH
traces of tears gone she chatted and
laughed'gayly. Her heart was ngaln
light. Donald put himself out to
amuse her retailed several clever
stories he had heard told of being
on tho track of a news story that
meant a front pago article and was
encouraged by her mnnncr to hopo
It wouldn't bo long beforo he might
daro to put to test his fate.
That It wag the reaction from her
swear. I don t know but It is bet
tor than crying doesn't bloat your j would misjudge nor tie had no way
face all up and mako your eyes f'f knowing so hugged to himself the
rol." I responsiveness In her mannar as n
"I would rather seo you cry Nel- j sl8n sho was beginning to llko him
lie. I don't like to hear pretty better; tako moro interest in what
young girls swear" Mrs. Roberta re-; concerned him.
piled. He would not havo been so pleased
"I guess that's what makes so hi"1 ho known that Nellie's thoughts
many girls cry babies. They won't after sho loft htm were all of an-
cuss nnd they have to let out their other; thnt sho'laid wide-eyed won-
fenllncH nomowny." uerlng how It would have auemed to
"Woll don't feet so badly. I'm
suro you havo no reason. And don't
Donald? That sho hold her hands
over her hot cheeks as in tho dark-
ness she blushed nt her temerity in
i'hoy both laughed merrily the
word sounded fo oddly coming from
Mrs. Roberts whoso speech
was j thinking such things.
Tho next day was Sunday and Nel-
usually ultra refined.
An unusual shyness possessed Nel
1 lie's happy thoughts remained with
I hor tho entlro day. Mr. Fallon had
not hoard or If ho had ho was not
I displeased with her because of her
.lack of control. In the morning sho
attended n near-by church with Mrs.
Roberts. Sho never had been in the
( habit of attending church until she
went to llvo at Mrs. Doty's nnd Mrs.
lie when alio encountered Mr. Fallon.
Sho feit almost positive he had heard
what Lena raid If ho had what
rmiHt ho think?
Would ho bellevo sho would daro
think of him In tho way Lena had
suggested? Furtively Nellie watched
.for any Blgn any change In his man-
ner that would let hor know; but
notions persuaded her.
"I dislike going alone doar" sho
had said. "And It will be a lesson
In correct speaking for you If noth-
ing else although I am euro it will
benoflt you In other ways.
As sho stood beforo tho class nln-
ho gave no hint Evidently for
him the incident was closod. Nellie
breathed moro freely as the day
went on. Ho was exnetly the same
as If nothing dlsagreeablo hdd hap-
pened until Just ns sho was leasing
"I hope yesterday's incident hasn't
distressed you Miss Riley. There is
a little Jealousy perhaps among the
girls because you havo been given
Miss Jones' place with us. And there
are tlmca when one is Justified In
losing their temper in using strong
language. Perhaps yosterday was
one of the tlmos." And he smiled at
hor so good nnturedly that Nellie
smiled happily back as sho replied:
"Ycx I think It was."
Lester Moon with new toupee
an1 ulnlted nlald milt wnntil .ii!v
11HM ftr tu-enf v.ftvu If i-n rnuhtn' nil I
temember when he drove a horse an'
buggy. Ther hain't much dlfferenco
between glttln' hit by a nuto or a
train 'cept we'-r n'l'V.d a few
n iriM 1 rit ir f . 1 rj shape
ut'ei' try.n t a street.
King Oeergo r f GrTe I" no doubt
rri! 1 t- fs .1 r iv s r
itir-lv r.tltt .ivn ho remarked
Dr Tho Cbl-vro Tribune l
lie had no sympathy with the tpiril of Christmaa
He considered Christmas and all other holidays
a terrible bore.
And when at last he died he rode to the cemetery
about the uneasy head that wears a
crown saya the Ponca City News.
Did you ever notice that women
always seem much more Interested
In shoos than In feet?" asks the
It Is to bo hoped that Europe will
not think that ws underestimate the
Importance of tho Lausanne con-
ference Just because we sent a Child
to represent us. Brlstow Record.
Elbow grease and a llttlo honest-to-goodness
perspiration will beat a
whole pouch of polltlaal pulls in
getting you on your feet .accord-
ing to tho Pittsburg County Guardian
fear that Mr. Fallon
A distinguished L lgllshman final-
ly contented to stand for parliament
but only on condition that ho be not
required to mako any speechos or
spend any money. At ono point In
his campaign however there was so
insistent a demand from those who
wanted to see the candidate that lie
was Induced to make a speech at
n big rally In his honor. He began
diffidently nnd after ho had Epoken
15 minutes a Cockney In the gallery
tdmuted. "Louder! Louder! I
Thereupon another Cockney- arose
from tho front seat on tho floor and
squinting up at tho gallery Inquired.
"Ci "n't yo 'ear hup there?"
"Well thank God nnd sit down!"
Georgo Fullon to talk
with htm ns sho had with
Tho Lucky Fifth.
"Nice children you have
IVlt'"! is this?"
" mis to be the healthiest
looking of tho lot."
"Yes; by tho time he camo along
his mother had run out of theories."
nlng on her hat Nelllo thought how I
muoh more becoming soft frilly
things were than the plainer clothes
necessary for tho office.
"I wish he might see mo In some-
thing besides office clothos" she said
to herself wistfully. "I'd look morn 1
liko the girls ho knows llko Miss
Dorothy. Some day I'll protond I'm I
going out without coming homo and !
dress up" she added ns sho took n
finnl look before Joining Mrs. Rob- I
Tomorrow It's Ixivo That Makes1
tho World Go Round.
As Editors See It
Your luck may be bad. but Bill)
Maxwell has been in n Wisconsin 1
penitentiary 50 years Nowata Star. 1
A wise woman never gives her
husband a letter to mail It bhe Is
looking for an early replv accord-
ing to the Hastings Herald.
are M)lcndid examples
Tho man who Isn't a hero to hie
very young son will never bo 0. hero
to anybody else says tho JIugo
When you call a man bad names '
you are educating people to believe
that ho amounts to something says
ihe Wilson Democrat.
the beautiful should
see and hear them at
The mad dog scare mint be over !
In Viuita. A number of worthless
dog are again running at large !
Barnum put it at but one a min-
ute In his time but that was before
the Americans began to speculate 1
Aro more press.
If the young girls had to have
ohaperones they would not be so
anxious to have a chap around
says the Duncan Banner.
Free on newest
m South Main Street
"Th iters Incline but dot t i
rpt by Mcflur Ncwh tTint
Wednesday December 27 1922
Neptune dominates this da
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and Saturn aro ndvera-
Under this rule tho m1' 1
bo keen nnd alert the J'irtV
It Is a sway that appmn t
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1 I tf.
. - r. uuuTii wuiiiiii inrnur'i
sources of oil production 'fi
be a lucky day for buy
Journeys by sea begun
should biltig largo retun 3 .t
clal gain ns well as In pi. 1-
Thefo Is a sign makini;
tlon regarding lmmigia'i..
many loreigners aro to e
sion to tho United Stun
' A (I iMlj.
Messages of a dlstuib rg atur
regarding labor and Indimti.a. auei
tlons will bo received In ine teri
of congress It Is forctoiJ
This Is not a favorable aa or
signing leasos or entering r.i v bun.
Farmers may find snm p;svi
obstacle to profit nt this m L. a
vere storm in many pans tf
country lll inarK ill" l i a fV
itnilrotius are to prof t n th s
tlmo when there will bi1 m urusuti
volume of travel.
Thero Is 11 sign that nn;." ira t4
presage for motion tm-tuirs a nr
claim en popular fnvoi "nt wy
greatly lncrcnto popularity
Movements of navies ! njnr-
catod by tho position of to stars
nnd by this samo tlgn Ai iran
commerce Is to be stlmu'jte.l
Ileturn to slmpb r stand ml t .r
ing will be evident in the y
the stars foretell.
Persons whose birlhdite I'
havo mnny troubles In b. .
can bo ensl.ly overeoni" ri
year. Tho health should !
Children born on this d.iv
impressionable and cmot
ented and endowed w.t'i
lstlcs and make for surrc-s
Pop w.i : e ';lng at the
room wir.diw reeding the pipr
tlday aturnonn and ma iv.ti
broider.nc Imbroldcry nnd P".
These curtlns may be pr.tty tut
thats about ns mutch as I can ry
for them. I can't get cnuff lite to
reed by. Do you wunt me to ruin
my eyej Jest to please a pair e!
dinky laco curtlns? ho sed.
Wy Wlllyum wats dinky about
them? ma sed. Goodnls3 knows thej
cost cnuff sho sed.
That makes It evon more foollsli
tho Ideer of spending a lot of goel
money to spoil your eye sight pop
sfd. If cnybody asked me Id sii
windows were made to let the 'Ite I"
Cert en j they were but Jest the
same thats reel Inco on those cur'lns.
reel hand made lace I slfrpose joj
forget vnt thoy cost ma sed.
Dont remind me pop sed If I
was planning a houso Id mako t t
windows twice as wide and I
wouldnt nllow a lnee curtln in thi
nlnee. he sed.
Well do you know William T be-
leevo youro rite ma sed.
The dooce you do pop ocd
Yes. I relly do Mrs. Hews wu
tolling me ony yestldday thnt 3'
curtlns aron't neerly us e'y't ' ;i
they used to be m." sed.
Herray for Mrs. Hew? pop s d
So maybe 111 tako them d .'i
Herray for you. pop ncd.
And put up velvet ones ma '
Help aid sucker I feci !'"
fever coming on. Im going ou' f f
a wank pop ned.
Wlch he did me going w "1
Where They Had Been
Tho Chicago Herald - p-r.mtya
tells of Chris and Henri two C.
boys who had been away from
against their mother's commas'
had oome back to find her v.
for thorn with a switch.
"Chris varo you been?"
"Henri varo you been?"
"Varo you both been?"
Their mother Mrs. Salzburg '
th" switch for nnothcr time.
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