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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1919.
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Waal Ad papl
Waa A4 haai
Itaalar A' Paul.
Circa latlaa. Mapt...
Ruaiaaaa Mat afar,.
i NfMi lartaa
"" rr t -v.Tr ra
Indlrnatlon, aaya a fihlloanphar,
doaam t halp much; you ara hound to
ufrar juit about ao much Impoaillon
On dlfffTMtca balwaan America
and Bfifland la that In England tha
pMpla ra damandlnf mora and lipl
It la balng timidly eiplalnad thai
lAiaTland'a daltfataa raally wrota tha
rtt for tha conatltutlon or tha
laajyua of nation. j( tomabody try.
Ins t0 hada?
It UVaa) l.T00.OO.O6O for tha fo.
tnmn( to aattla Ita lnform war
contravoU Thta doaa not Inoluda tho
amount tha rovarnmant muat pay to
ka) (a) (uarMta with whaat farm
Parrtarpa tha raaon tha praaldant
414 aot apoalc to Ranator C'hanbr
laia bcAuaa M waa too buay
bi441C farawall to aoma of hit
ftiOnda whoaa coniraalona aarvlca
AfUr all, tha main thjng la to ao
Ut4 Oonnany rata all tha punlah
! eo an trot t har. . Oarmany muat
Ha kmc ad whara aha will eaaaw for
aar ta Va a manaea to othar natlona,
and tvotlilnc loaj It olnf to aatlafy.
' Mr. ford aaama anrprlaad to laarn
tha tha oonatltutlon of tha iMifiia
of naMona wilt not chance human
naatare. Ilowrrar, ha vary conaiilar
RUly ailaoaa all tba crs.llt, all tha
blaina and all tha rwrnonalblHty or
tha dooiynant upon tha ahouldara of
muw uwn m nia apaacn aim
hla eollaaaTuaa to ba pa Mr nt. and. Mya
ll la unreasonable to expect the flrat
draft of the oonatltutlon of tha laaius
f natlona to br perfect, to which
itathlnf may be added or from whl' h
anything r')otlonabl nan ba axih
traotod. That la Juat why Wa ara
taJklQa about It to find Ka faulla
a ad Ita merit.
Tma new attorney general la A.
Mttabell Vf Imer, praaent alien prct
erty aturtodlan. la thla tha eatne
reatiaraan who annie yr ao
favtlew of appointment on tJte nnurj
of alalma berauan hla name . waa
found In a (let-man propaganda HhiT
Tf ao, what haa happened to cauae tha
praaident to place him In doner re
laMonahtp with tha admlnlatratlon
Ma rhlnka Recretary Tumulty doth
dear too vehemently tha goaalp thM
th preaident told the oommlttea on
forelan affajra that the Ilah quee.
tlon waa a matter between Ireland
,an4 England and that Ireland would
have no voice In the peace confar.
enca at present All the member of
tha committee cannot hi miataktn.
There may be a difference a ta Mw
exact language uaed, but there I"
net rnuoh difference In the Interpte
tatlona the member of tha curnml'
tea give to hla word.
HiiiDiNo tn'F tiik n.Af.ri:.
Ttioaa mlagulded people who pe
titioned conareeei to lay off tha re
striction fcf Immigration for fnur
years, on the pla thn t there would
bo no eurplua of unemployed men In
this country within alx months, eel
dently mlaconcelved the Intent of tha
maavaaira. The purpoae of ahuttlng
off Immigration 1 not pilmurlly fur
protection f the worklngman, mt
la aentJally a meMmire for tha pro
tection of tha nation Iteelf and f.
vary oitlien In It If the bubonic
plag-ue ware raging throughout great
areata of Europe we would conod at
onca tha wtadom of amverlng all con
nection with the affected area until
normal tondltlone had been rnred.
At It l now, Inatend of phyaliwl
p:ague Europe today la ufferlr!
from malady out of th revli or j
eanltary precautlcma or meilitai'
rnmltdlea, the highly comnujnk-.iliie
and vlcloua dlaeaae uf bolahevlam.
Wo can only preverrt Ita apreaj by
aoma dearree of exclusion of affected
It tiaaibeen said that w mlgt ex.
cludo the utideeirahle while rliU per
mitting; decant people In t nun I" " '
hores That haa bem tiu-rf In the
l and ha nut proven n
There hve lwy been e:ri'iK4ja-'
rule ugalnst lha uil rn ihni'i of fil;il
tal lunatic to Ihla ciunltv, v i
mun Willi Ilia gri-;ii,-et n- pin- 'I
thousand (if lii-r sKeiiia loie fur n
Ions pT tori precedinc il,.. vi 1
kiww now lha iln'ims" no-v b.eve.i
and Ilia futility i,t all i.-i' im-isurca
to prevent lha flui.il We ii.uh-i ne
warned In l.tne im, iilis ,iiv
l n Ii, hut nff lti- f : j . I nf Morse
than )valcMl d-'!" r-itti t,v
lhrr'ri lu i-liaj.ilf ii .
I'V Julin tha r i'V !,i I cm
H la I .". .1 ilr
Ili.il Ilia ilia. i.li h t,t 'I i
nillr will If tut l l.iflcl
ami it f. w hi t.i'i
I i.m I ) ajiy
tliv un.l r
i ii-k Itua
'I lam irartliail
i iiuiiiile) lli. ir iinlniinn la to rte
II I r I .air-' Ilir wl..:,. wijl Id. A long
Ihern rllnnditu Klri.ng llllj Wall in -Miila.
il.-tni.. r.t. in it... world iK
hn I nllc.l Hill '''I Mm mmil of i)f
airiii'tliiii limn..'. rial Ameil'i
aliirnta :ii ic,i.i,ii i ami .1 ' lui llonga
to their 1 1. 1. j 11 1 1 . 1 - i ,nr;n.a ami
prniihc Thrv muti ili'liauch
Am' ii', 1 i.i llo 11 ilii.nn i.r woild-
Ida iinui, h will r.i I mi l i , y will
S'"l he ul.ia in ,,,,, wh.i 11, cv now
hit a I 'nil-Mai a 1 liia.- Ih" k , ! I hey
will acrid llH'ir nmnia loir l.v tha
thniiaiinil Nut only Ihr ii,it..v of
our iiMll.m, 1, 11I tin- IntaKiHv of the
human ran- ilimru (,u Fiiinl.i,ly
putting up n eon" wull 11 hi -111-1 their
Tlte cafe fur temporary nii.pmga
of liiimlgratlun doaa tint reat rnllra
ly npnii thn wia-lnm of aeepliiK nl
tha bnlahavlala, nor iipon Ilia ilealre
of pntrlirtln Amerlcnha In prevent
unemployment, 'he evenia of the
paet two )eara Ivive demonairali'd
that thn tiR-ltlng pot, while doing
herculean work, la lohlml wllh lie
Job. tt hae not been poexlliln for
thla country til y luaalmllaln yrailv
huiidreda of thnuaaii,da nf Immi
grant, thn majority of whom come
from eaatern and southern Humpr.
and miiny of whom bring hern wlUi
them the pulann of nlhllleiiiNjndrr
one or a not her nf It a I lane. It 1
time to call a halt and give the melt
ing pot a chance to catch up.
THAT fa RAND Jt'ltY.
A apeclai grand jury for Tulaa
county will be empaneled today by
tha diet riot court. Tha Jury waa
called upon petition of nllliena who
deemed conditions In tha city and
county to ba auoh as to warrant In
vestigation bAr a grand jury. H la to
ba preaumedMhat tha Jury will do
II thai tha law governing sunh a
body contemplates, . and thai Ihoaa
who have knowledge of thing that
a grand Jury ran correct will bring
theaa matter before It.
It la not tha province of a grand
Jury to find Indictments or to bring
aeciiaatlon except upon temlmony
worthy of belief and that will stand
In a vourj of Juatlre. It ha the au
thority fu Investigate Institution
and matie recomtnendartnaa, aalde
from returning Indlftment and ac
cuaallons, and do such things ia will
tend to the betterment of society,
H Is not antlrlMited that thl grand
Jury will go beyond what the law
contemplates and lend ttaelfasan In.
trument for gratifying the rjeraonal
grievance of one Individual aglet
In aoma circle an ntlemptyhaa
been made to have mime attorney
other than the cmutity attorney take
charge of the Jury and conduct the
Investigations This, we think, I
wron Thin counlv attorney waa
elected by the people nf the count
to do thla work, and If they have not
confidence that ha will do hi duty
they ahould not hnve elected hi in.
and until he show a drpnition !o
neglect hie duty, or refuee to make
presentment nf any matter the Jury
should ronalder. lie might to ba al
lowed to perform- the function of
the ffflr t0 which the voter of the
county elected him. At thl time we
fall lo see any reasonable ground
for auapevtlng that he will not do
hla full fluty-
To lnalt, almost at tba beginning
of bis term, that the attorney gen
eral or Borne lawyer appointed by
the court ahould take ih.iige of the
Jury I a reflection, not only on him
but upon the Integrity of maturity
of the .voter who plafe.l him in of
fice. Abe Martin
y bat In-, ..urn 1, in 1 luie
khoulder biuren ,l nnh liule
pulleys that a'liieaked evci lime you
moved a muwie? llier a allua plenty
o' harmony where nobuddy a gul a
Jle a r A. .
Oklah oma Outbursts
Tim I In r Ivh 1 1 ; .- :xnrnltirr almas'
I i'h .inliiiualiy inM.irila Mr llnrl eoh
I b ( tiling It 1 in lliii in. Kl"ii ' .
We njraln in ri'iniirli Uiil
neither lha (-t y ilifi'i tnri nur iii-I'liorj.-
(Ilracim y art- Very., r 1 1 i I a.
fnn-i uaier nf n . iiv'n p.pu l.i I inn
About the ni.lv I ti I r i u i i iilinectid
Willi lh r which lime ramped'
, iind.iliui changes aim lull I . ii at -lev.
.iri ihn Itf.l I 'n.w ,ni. Hih.iii.m
A i in i,
A M 111, i,., i.,,iji .tiiua-e.J wllh
IMUIilr-! ,l,.l' -d toe now 1 lltl-.l I.IU-"
and gin 11 w ,iv w 1M1 I I- 11 hi
w know 1 tma!
,!'. 11 I In- A 1 k y j
I'oalmaater U . .
1 1 v . an y a II111I 1 l l.i,
voverninMil 1 .-.
?H year la 11 (,.., .
h.iv o w ill I ;;
ol l 1 I 1. 1.-11, 11
i.r 1 la 1. 1I10 in, 1
11 1 if'-la a good
11 1. ihii a i-r"
. 1l1.1t we will
mora f,.r the
'I lia I ia In hum. 1 11 ,. i ,.-.
lainre u m ,,.,K,. ,, -
If II eai.it. I inli,.-, ,i k, I I
Miami yy ,,, ,,,,i ,,,.(
a i.ihii t ht ,1 : ii.. or 1 t,
bn I if the a,.,,,, 1,,., ,., ,,,,
111 1 : Ii 1 go.., 1 ,i,i, ,- 1,, ,
a I he lei; I
,,f mine at
e y It, urll
.1 "f mlnea,
M 1 inn la a
' Hipp. OK I he l.i 1
Mod ,-11 .1. 1 1, 1 1, .ii ,.1,
,1 ,1 1,
trie wit t iinpl., II 1 ; i, 1 1 , .,,rra
hi plow, 1 1 ,.f II,, ,i, -, hi iigialature.
II11I the legialiitiiri-, noi 1 1 1 1 h 1 .1 n d I ng.
allll Inalaln Hint IL im ul,l.- i.i w.ilk a
trlghl crin k In the ft, mo unhout
Pnup hoia f 1 1 1 1 1 1 Hi,- i. , New:
V hull her iheeka ,-ne 1. , 1 11,, I har
non I bin,., her 1 ,.nr Iniiie'a at
lenat half true .a a K, ,,, i,,l ihlris.
a man will unili- if v , , , , i, ho i an
Arianlaa, but he geta riginliiK mud
when you cull him , i.-., thins
Mur giiee la lh.,1 n Ited frnM iiiitao
who. ran ,, ,il, i,, 1 , 1 1,-ri t at
through a hinu w,,r wiUintii ever
aayliiK it rn w,.i. nnihlnt ,011k
for one man three we,-l wllhoiit
getting mad iihnul aoim 1 lung An
other thing who reads the at.itlallc
after the government haa them
printed ? l-ln I her e, moat mat,
gull playing in irl.lea t,,,, hoon and
uke up golf tnT late. Mr. I'evlh
ay that una reaaon Mi I'emlah
won't let him help with little I'iiiibV
rnlalng I becaii- when the child la
bad h doesn't claim It 011 ai-courit
of her ademiliU
"Villi John Kl.rrola ruumnlllin of
hla place In the IMrtcr I'uhllsliln
company, hi augmented salary of
AU a Wek. and Ills mora Inaolrlna-
dullea a head of thn sale depart
ment, the little household at Ariadl-t
settled Into comparative ease. Carter
naj paaaed a nice, lavender-tinted
check for flitlll Into John hand.
being the aum It had cost the Kerrol
lo put out Ml Welden'a hook. "The
gueatlnn of Life " Mlia Helden hr
aelf had gone back to town, to her
learning, but with a comfortable bit
of money In the savings bank aa the
prtna of her marketed Volume.
Though none of them put It Into
worua. tney all ecrelly felt the re
lief one experience after a hard trill
at sea. Of course. It was atlmulatlmr
ml thrilling aiid very Intareatlng:
profitable even. Hut oh, how good
It doe aeeni to be back on solid earth
again' The hum-drum but comfort,
able day take on a tine of actual
nlmllty. Hufely becomes a poignant
Kdlth rearranged her household
money tc( meet the new acale. John
iow made her an allowance of 2&
a week. Hhe fell rich at flrat. es
pecially since tha garden waa actually
producing It little quota toward the
family aesels Hut another letter
came from her brother, Kdgar Kbw.
erton. urging her to find the money
somehow for the completion of til
wonderful water healer, whjjch awoke
i-.it 1 Hi to riiianclal realities again.
"I aiippoaa," said John when he
broached the subject - confidently
this time, fur he had glvefi his prom
law to look Into c-dmir' Invention -"that
we d better ask him lo visit
ii for a week or so. 'He'll have lo
bring his model und pinna and thing-,.
I'll liuva litake and oilier fellow 1
know eiamlne It." And he rushed
foi hla morning train.
Kdlth ller-lieart glowed with
the anticipation ,.f mothering Ned
once mure. Hhe Iih.Iii t aeon the bov
for year, und after all. there were
Juat the two of them mew Tgny might
to bang together I'our lit
tle old Ned who uicj 11lw.1v to to'
making ftre engiucw out nf In moth
er pan and egg heater' And get
ting rntolded and aiuinked whenever
Kitlth wann t able to lake the blame
herself or think of a way out!
Ho she wired IMgar lo "Come nt
once, ltrlng everything We ahull
help you, darling." And bustled
aboul like a prettv hen making a
neat foi rr new chirk.
Hefnre iilght a telegram arrive,!,
"l'lrenli Wire J.ii Im n-i-llnteU
ktoaiil and Ituvelln- i-xpt'11-.e.t. Ned "
Til" llH'MS.Ige Clime ' I'ollecl "
Kdlth t'Hid the Hoy, who departed on
hla blcicle, whistling, after thn Ir
reaponsiMe manner of conveyor of
new which does; n, ,1 f(jrt then.
Kdlth looked absently after him u
he splashed hi wheel tlellxhtedlv
through the r.itn pools and wondered
how she should lay immediately
hand on l?
If she went t.. town bet-aelf the
savlims haul, where her few dol
lirs vteri- stilled would 'lie closed
Hho lil 111 vi-r borrowed of her
in lathi, oth I'M, I, ah !v nunn of th"
..v.iilattle nl,,-, ui-ntd hile ttml on
h ind am In, u Vo would atie a k
Ihe biilihci, I.. I :,ike often did
a ll -II l-lle w - ij, -1 1
Her i-v, .'..lied 1,1 the 1I1-K
when- hi " li'l-'h tti-l h p-iper-, n,
tins, ne-., no no, in, 1, 1 111.1, Ii- a s,ir i-f
heil llit.r l;.s-lii ,,n top when- h.
bad 1-11,1 H t"i ,1 moment was the
, iieful! cniintcl out money for ihej
lent nnil tell phone f,ll (;ol ten ) ill
ru.-ih for the tia;n A ,iii, u s,uic 1 ,
tliroiiMl he! pillse an.lll.m.lhag net-
ted I , lllh enough besides In cash to!
eke mil Ihe $.',ll IMgar had Wiled foi.
Stifling a howl of , roles t fi om her ,
cotiK. icnoe I'diMi look the I'U;,- p.lej
of 1,1,1. find hill I ted tn the telegt ipll ;
offne Not 11I1UI lifer she hot iicmj
IMg.ir the nionev and word ,,f , In-er j
,111, 1 ,e,,-on,e ,l; Ivli'li feel -i -m t 1
or ,i ii,.,-l lo i s,,-,' It , A .., i
lis.- -' t " g C e f , , 11, , .' 1 . . ' , w ,1 a
;lll, Me, le-l ,i-el--,. ,,,,.1 to
finds Ille, t .1 ' l.i III I : - 1
,- I, nth ii,. iter ii. .ind mural, when
fm.il.v the i i;,,-ii.,, v h.s r0'l"il'
Mist It ,e f,iteel like Mils' Was
It written In her sla's always I,, be
lioor aiid tilodditig? Was It '
Hhe told John about the rent
Auiouuv that e rn. hi; und tin- Ijcc
A utobioqraphy of-
-"'hi.!' -1" 1 .srri.
V.iiii.-ii tm. art- t.ir m ae ( r iininaia (nan any.orninai v iiiunn-r'T.,..,. -l-
I ..1 lliein there la need of am h law a that recent ly -adopted invent a I
I iiKl.ind tliioiigh he effort of Arthur l.ee. M I' . law which liit-lurtoaa yoP W
,,r the male off. ndeia There are bruti a an low. n Infamnui. y
L!-i,lllh 1 1I1 traded and beatlal In tlmir cruelty and brutality, tlit 1 V'"r P1''
, "l.lli only way to get nl Iheni fa through their akliTV. ! herd ma
11 I,.,, nr.- t.ir w.nae rlmlnala h.in any. ordinal v iiiurner,-ra 1 ,
thi in there la need of
it 1. u
t herneelvf My eaperlenea la that llmre aluiul he no
toleration of any 1 'tidet loin" or "red light" diatrli t,
and that, above all, there ahould ba the .1101 reientlea
war on i nnimerelall.ed vice The men w ho pVofil and
111,1k their llvlun by tha depravity and tha awful
n.iMcry of other human being aland far below liny
ordinary criminal, and 110 inninurc taken ngaltml
" fhcln can be loo aevere.
Aa for the wretched girl who follow tho dreadful
li.idit In iiueatlon. 11 good dial cm be done by a change
In economic condition Thl might to be done.. V han
girl are paid wage Inadequate In keep them from
starvation, or to permit Ilium to live decently, a certain
iironorllon are forced by their economic lnlery IntO
live of vlcn. The employer and all other reporiihb for these comllUona
Miami on a moral level nut far above tha while lver thoniaclve Hut
It I .1 mistake to auppoae that either ttie correettnnnf three economic con
illllotia or the abolition of Hi" white lave trad w lil wholly correct the
evil or will even reach Ilia major part of II. The eidnomlc factor la very
f ir from being il.e chief f.n tor In Inducing girl to go Into thl dreadful
life. Aa wllh ao iiiaarv oilier problem, while there muat t'e governmental
.11 tlon. theie iiiIIhI alao he all engl henlng of the average Individual character
:n order to achieve the deal red end.
Xb.il. girla who are both lrong and
tlon to uhlih villa of weak character
1 inair who k now the wide 1 a rial I on In
and iialiomillt le engaged In proal lailt Ion mnal 1 nine to the conclusion that
II I out of the iuetlon 10 treat economic condition a tha sole condition
that determine thl nueatlon. There are certain race the Irlah are hon
orably 1 ooHpicuoiia aiming thei which, no matter what the economic
preaeiire, furoiah relatively few Inmate of houae of ill fame. I do not
believe that lha difference are due 10 permanent race charactrletlcs; thl
I ahowii t-v the fact that thn beat settlement houses find that practically
all their "long-term graduate." ao to apeak, all the'glr.l thai come for a
long peilod under their Influence, no mutter what their race or national
origin, remain pure. Ill every race there are aoma naturally vltlnu Indi
vidual and aonin weak Individuals who r-adily aui-eumb under economic
preanuia A girl who la lay and hate hard work, a g.rl who mind la
rather feeble, who I nf ' uhnormal Intel llgeiuie," a the phrase, now goea,
or a girl who cravea cheii finery mid vnpid pleasure, I always In danger.
A high I'd ul of personal purllv In eaaentlitl. Wha-ra the same preitaure
under economic condition lias tenfold the effect on one et nf peopla that
It ba on anot lier. It I evident that the iiueatlon of moral standard la even
more Import ml than the quoetinn of economic elandarda, very Important
though Ihla queation la It I Important for u to remember that the girl
ought lo have thn chance, not only tor the naceaaartea nf life, hut for 111
noeent pleasure; and thai even more than the-snen aha mint not be broken
bv overwork bv exceaalve toll. Moreover. TObllo opinion and the law.
should combine to hunt down the
bunt down poor or allly nr un tirotected gtrls. Hut we must riot. In foolish
aenllmi nlallty. excuse the girl from her duty to keep herelf pure. Our
duly to achieve the same moral level for the two aexe mut tie performed
by raising the level for the man. nut by lowering It for the woman; and
the fact that aorlety muat. jeeogn lie II duty In no shape- or way relieve,
not even lo the hiiiii I lent degree, the Individual from doing his or her duty.
Heiitlmetitallty which grow maudlin on behalf of tha willful prpelltute I
a cuiee, to confound lier with the entrapped or coerced girl, the real white
slave. I both foolish and wicked There are evil women Just as there are
evil men. naturally depraved girl Just aa there are naturally depraved
young men; and the right end wise thing, tha Juat thing, to them, and the
generous thing to Innocent gtrls and diutsnl men, Is to wage stern war
gainst the evil creature of both aexe.
Ii mpiiny with Jacob KIIm, I did rnuoh work that was not connected
wllh the actual ilhtciplltie of the force or Indeed with Uie uduaT work of the
force. There wa one thing which he and I abolished - police lodglng
hngae. which were simply trump lodging-house, and a fruitful encourage
ment to vagrancy. Those who read Mr. Illls' story of his own life will
remember the Incident that gave him from actual personal experience hla
horor of these trump lodglng-housi-a. Aa member nf the hetillh board 1
was brought Into very close relation wllh the condition jif It fn In the
tenement house region, usually In company with Illls. to see for myself
what the i"l".lltlons wera. It waa largely this personal experience thut
enabled me while on the health board to struggle not only sealously, but
with reasonable efficiency and success, to Improve conditions. We did
our share in making forward strides In tha matter of housing the working
people of the city with some regard to decency and comfort.
The midnight trip that Kit and 1 took enabled me to t what the
police department wua doing. Hnd ulo gave me personal InslRlit Into smite
of the problems of city life. It Is one thing to listen In perfunctory fashion
to tales nf overcrowded tenement, and It la quite another actually to e
what thut overcrowding means, some hot summer night, by even a single
Inspection during the hours of darkness. There wag a very hot spell one
midsummer while I was police commissioner, and most, of each night 1
pent walking through the tenement house districts nnd visiting police
station tu see what was being done. It wa n truglc wask. We did every
thing poaslhle to alleviate the aufferliig. Much nf It waa heartbreaking,
especially the gasping mlery of thn little children nnd of the worn-out
mother. Kerry resource of tho health department, of the police depart
ment, and even the fir department (which flooded Ihe hot street) wa
taxed In the effort to render service. The heut killed uh multitude of
hiirae that the menu ill our disposal for removing tho poor dead beut
proved quite Inadequate, although every nerve waa strained to the limit.
In consequence we received score of complaints from persona Ix-foro whose
door deud'hoi'se had remained, festering In the Atflat, for two or thPee
days, line Irascible man sent us Jurlous denunciations, until we were at
last able to send n big druy to drag awy the horse that lay dead berore hi
shop door. Tho huge dray already contained II othr dead horses, and
when It reached thta particular door It broke down, and It wa hours be
fore II could lot moved The uuf ortufiule man who hail thuu been cursed
with a granted wlh closed his doom In despair and wrote ui u final
pathetic letter In which he requested u to remove cither the horse or his
hop. he ill! i "ire w hich.
I have eokcn before nf my experience with the tenement house cigar
factoti'.luw which the highest court ef New York stale declared uiironsti
tutlonal My experience In the police department taught inn that not a
few of the worst tenement houses were owned by wealthy Individuals, who
hired the best and imtsi expensive lawyers to ii'suade the 1-nurt.a that It
wa "unconstitutional" to Insist oil the hetteriri'enl of conditions. These
buNitiess men and lawyer were very adroit In nslng a word with fine and
noble association lo'trSiyk their opposition to vitally necessary iiWivemcntH
for industrial f-tir piny and decency, Thev made at evident thnt they
valued' the constitution, not us a help to righteousness, but as a means for
thwarting moteiiient agalnat unrlghteoune. After my experience with
them 1 lii-i-iiiiic more set than ever III my distrust of those men. whether
business men or lawyers. Judges, leirlslntnrs, or executive officers, who seek
to make of the cunifltutloii a fetich for Ihe prevention of the work of social
reform, for the prevention of work In the Interest of those men, women,
it ttd children on Vhnee behalf we rhoulil be at liberty lo employ freely every
( icciisloniilly during Hit) 'two )eai we hnd to put u slop to riot oils violence
end now and then on tht-ne oi 'tjslolis some of the labor union leaders pro
tested against the at tlon of the polite. T,v this time I was hernuilnq u
strong believer In labor unions, n strung believer In the rights of labor.
l oi- 4hal very reason lywas all the mom hound to see that lawlessness and
d'sorib-r were put down, and that no rioter was permitted to masquerade
Under the guise of being a friend of labor or a sympathiser with labor. I
was sctupultiUH to see that the labor men had fair play; that, for Instance,
lin y were allowed to picket Just ao far ae tinder ths law'plcketln i djilil he
pel -milled, so thin the strikers hail ample opportunity peacefully i i pWr.
tnlde other labor men tint tn take their, places. Hut I li-iido it clearly nnd
definitely understood that under no circumstance would 1 permit violence
or fall to Insist upon the keeping bf order. If there ere wrong. 1 would
Join with a f'tf1 heart In etrlylng to have them corrected. Hut where there
Was in leu, -e all other qiicatldna hud to drop until order was restored This
Is a ilemocnii y. nnd the people hnve tho power. If th'-y i hnratu to exercire
It. to make condition lis they ought lo be made, und to tin this strictly
althin the law; and therefore the first duty of the true democrat, of the
man really loyal to the principle of popular government, is tu see Hint law
Is cnfori ed and order upheld. It was a peculiar gratification to si t) that so
many of Hie la,hor leader with whom I was thrown In contact grewj
cordhilly to accept this view. When I left the department, several calleif
lifion me to say howrorry they were thnt I wa not lo continue In. office,
line. Ihe secretary fit the Journeyman linker nnd I'oni'ect lonci Interim,
tional union, ller.iy V t'lsinatiii. wrote me exprcsNlni; his regrcut thnt I wus
going, ami his appreciation cltiien of what I had done a police com
missioner, he udded: I am particularly grateful for your .Iberil attitude
toward I'lgunUed labor, sour cordial championship of thoso spisAklng in
behalf of the tollers, and your evident desire tt do tho right thing aa you
raw It nt whatever cost."
t To be continued )
I Copyright, 1919, bv the Mct'lure Newspaper Hjndicatei
ns he made no answer Kdlth
f:e,,-,i in her he. nt Hi.it
tla her brother would milks
, good Willi!,! prove h.inevtf ttie boy
she believed iiim lo be, and repay.
nc. and f.u- morf, wlhit he had
lit ged John to do for Iiim.
I Hi-fine the end of the week lirolh
! ei K.Ik, ir arrived As Kdlth took
! him into her arm at Ihe station,
I r.iuiiui; tears of Joy upon hi natty
I clothes, elm felt all t lie confidence
j of a mother -Ci, her sn. His pust
'failures were forgotten. Her hand-
a, one, hi lil:. ml. cuss inuimcrt-d oung
Idol i !d not he a fiiluie' Hurelv
the go's had fn used him with g'-n-t
at - ' II-- w.-ld mi , e ! belli -ill I i'-h
I To he , out . II il'il I
i links Millne Itclglnn. a.
xSIIIMiTiiN. March '.' lirge
quantities of food ale bring made
available to the l-Yench and Helglan
guv eminent, the war department
announced toils v, from the Amerl
i an at m. n set v c blink a.
- .' llo ...eT: w,..grd ,, 1. ami ll.ej"'"' flnd-msef all dr.-a-ed of a and-
iiirh law a thai recently -adopted
get nt ineni ra inrnuari uie.r ean,n.
lit I hell
am of a
beliefTf of auah men I realfy alinuel
1A-1. I....1 n lha i-rlnilna ifv or ine men
Kven where economic rcmillllnn" arc.
pure will remain unaffected bw tampia
or ! standarda readily yield. Any
the propnrltona of lha different race
flagraiU man awlne who himeeirx
lr. I nimcll Hi red
NKW YOltK. Match ; --Ur.
Thomas Addis Kminet. Ititei lut'lon
ally known u a phystclnn, author
nnd lender of the movement for Irish
home rule, died ut his houidi here
last night In hi 92nd year j
' Doctor Kinmet wa one of the few
Americans who have been made pa
pal counts, having been elevated tn
the rank of knight cotntiiandor of
St. flt-egoril the Hreat, hv Piqn' Phi
In 1 1Mi (i . op i eeominend.inon i.f the
I. lie i 'at tl Ina I Kara .
II nr, ar.l l';,.a 1'i--ai-L l..t
NKW MillK. March -At' t he I
I annual -meeting of 'he Iniercolia
1 -riale Association of Amateur Ath
' letlc of Amerlet here today, ihe
i annual championship truck and
field meet was nwurdeil to llHrvStr l
on Hie recommendation of the ex
ecutive committee. Tbe game will
bn decided at the Harvard stadium
M.ty JO ami 3 V.
Little Ben's Notebook
I I w uyirK ' "'I I l mornlriK
I tlflnklriK about K-'i'ink uu ("id wlali-
IriK I roulil ) H- i on laying ihttre
a..u w... ...... - , ,r
invent a invenlloll ao yo.i could clone
Indov wllhoiit getting up In
pldjummrra, and Jeat then I
: nrni ma uui in ine nan ami 1 can--
0lJ, .,aUM conic In irnd
close (uy window ?
i ye Indeed, and HI hire a vallev j
H dre yifci and aerie your .brckflxt
to you In bed. 11 ye Indued e( m.
Meaning "he wouldenl, am) l,rl"H
oon pop banged on the door, Haying,
Denny,' are yoq up?
Nearly, I was wondering If sum- I
body would come lu and close my
window, I aed
Well you mite a well stop won
dering, war do you think you are,
In the golden gn of Home? aed pup.
And after a wile I herd my Hl"ter
1 ; In, Ml styirtltig to go down nt.ur
und I called out, Uliiddla. would you
nflnd coming In and closing my win.
J riertenly-would, you lar.y good fof
nothing, aren't you aahamed of your
self aid (iladdls
No. nie you" I ed
Well you awt to be, aed ft lad dm,
Ko awl you, J sed S
And (Had. lis kepp on going- flown
atalr without saying anything elta.
Proving Iliad M-i I her In the argew
nvenl,epd I thawl, 11 well, ws.1 do t
care? Jet for that III get 4lp and
Close It myself.
Wlch 1 did.
Moodily, Man It X. Il.
Mar rule strongly for evil today,
according to astrology. Mercury la
In benefic aspect after noon.
Again tho stars seem to forecast
anxiety and activity In army matters.
Movement of troop ami, nvents that
will be chronicled In blgMctlers are
The marching of men may be
iniriuiy iiniiiu.niiHi,-,! in mi'ikt vi
fvlctory, hul there I either to be
much pagaentry or the transporta
tion of large quantities ef war ma
terial. Thiye a lgn of great promlae to
engineer and to men Interested In
Untitling will become one of th
chief Interests of the next few
month, it is prognosticated, and
there will be many hotcjs anil pub
lic building erected. . "
The seer prophesy, also, transcon
tinental highway thnt give encour
iigement to the use of motor trucks
in ways not previously rsnployed.
In some manner, vaguely foreseen,
the highway and the uae of trucks
will aupplement airplane transporta
tion. 1'o-operatlnn In to be much dis
cussed. If the mars are rend aright,
and will be put Into frnotlcp In way
to reduce the cost of living.
Again changes In home custom
are presaged und these will affect the
Increase tn the number of tiiam
rlnge I forecast nnd many foreign
er w.lll wed Amurlcuns.
The sign that aetma to affect the
love Interest of the nation la Inter
preted, alao, aa presaging much dis
cussion concerning the legal side of
the ifearrlage contract. jNew laws
Mercury gives promise of an extra
ordinary Interest In plays aid th
theater and a new Impetus to the
American drama is indicated. ,
Person whose hlrtlidnte 11 I have
the augury of an active year that
will bo fulrly successful financially,
but chsngea will not be luoky.
Children born on thl day will
probabltfbe exceedingly Industrious
and full of eneigy
of Places are often rather abrupt In
manner, hul itiey usually succeed til
' National War
Wisitors Are Invited to
Hi' stantls atthc litre of Ui at the iVail
of .iin pf oft'Moion you will enjoy hear
ing his records and we will gladly play
them for you.
Ava Maria 745G.1
Chorus of Dervishes G4750
Dance of the Goblins 74570
Hebrew Melody 74508
Red CroHS Wants
Ten Thousand Tons
of Used Clothing
The clothing prol-lem la one of
the moat aerlnu fju-ed by iwopls
liberated by the war. "To meet
thl need the American Keil C'roiw
will .conduct a mammoth collec
tion of ued clothing, shoe and
blanket throughout the rnlted
Ktnl during March. The Ameri
can lied fro representative
abroad and Herbert Mopver, head
of the ITuropeun aellef administra
tion, have cabled Jnitt an imme
diate supply ofevery kind of
clothing I absolutely gal to the
health and fife ,,f nillllons, of men,
women and children.
nothing muat be -supplied to the
suffering people In northern
France, Itelfluin, Italy, rtouinanla.
Herbla, llreecc, Montenegro, Pal
estine. .Albania. I'ximIio HIoVukIii
and 1'oland. To meet thla need the
million of members ht the lied
Cross will be a.ikd to alt by a
donation of old clothing that will
prove a veritable godsend to tho
who havrTboriio tho brunt of. the
Tho collection will be made at a
time when pruithally the whole
count- I discarding winter cloth
ing, tniefn of which would never
gain be donned bv owner. Thus
at a minimum of sacrifice, the
Ameiiuan .people will he able lo
show their brotherhood to Ihoa
wha suffer. At least lO.nno ton
of f lothlng are needtd. The dr
to obtain thl will be conducted by
lied Pros chapters throughout the
country. An Important feature of
the preent collection I the fact
that the clothing will be forwarded
to Kurope where It will be sorted
and repaired by' the people for
wlmai' benefit il Intel been collected,
thus giving to the women nf these
countries employment as well as
the needed clothing.
In Sand Springs
News Item for this column can be
telephoned to or left nt room 6 In the
Kingsbury building, over the Ilexall
drug store, where l he World'a Sand
Springs Nervlcvo llureau has been es
tablished. In keeping with hrehlbltoVy laws
Mayor Dartlelt Is personally assisting
In rounding up violator, and while
names of those Interned are withheld
the net is tightening, wltg the police
force doing double diitjl
TrouHile at the power plant of th
Band Springs tnterurbau ruilway pre
vented the new owl service bring put
In last night, as was announced, und
a few people were obliged to spebd
the night here. Kmpluye of Ihe
company report, burring any more
breaks, the owl cur will go on to
night. Ktlt'k-up men are busy near Rand
Last night I'enneV Lee waa held
up and rubbed of 3& near Iuke sta
tion. Mr. 0(ok. a fnrmer living Sienr
Snnd Springs, reported to ther-officers
that highwaymen attempted ro rob
him While he was on Jils wqr home.
At 5:30 a. m.. Sunday Put Mont
gomery, an employe of the pierce Mil
Defining company, wus attacked and
badly beaten about the head and
body, receiving several gashes on his
hed. Kalllng to down hla victim,
the hlghwaynsin beat a retreat.
Montgomery uskal his null with effect
and saved himself $7ll. but he will
not be able lo work for several das.
j llenjamin Adams, a resident of
Wc welcome you lo all the prlv.
I leges of the gft-aiisn .Music
House) In the Nouthwrsi ami lo
licnr the world's greatest nnd
most iM'rfeot miio$ Hie
v Heifetz Supreme
flcifctz Is an
sEx elusive Victor
7 158 1
A. J. CKirE, Mgr.
Hnd Hprtftg. and a colored l'en .
n'ostal preacher, was found dead in
unaiu I'lt and his body Is im at
1 iv 1 riiirin-iMiniica avenue, thai 1 :
The only thing found 1111 bin p.-i-i.,,,
a a mean tif I, lent if Icatlnn
card. J'he cause of hla dealh 1. -
yet unknown, as well aa H, u 1.. ...
about ofhls prraonul belonging-,
New Submarine l4tndil.
gtietWt'Y, Mass ?Mtircli J. - The M,,.
marine it 6lalenl of the ocean fmng
sutimcrelhlea of thn fnlted Staa
navy and wild to Include all nnpr,,,.
nieiit In uiiderite.1 bouts knnwu n,
thl country, was liuini bed her,, .
day. Hh I about 100 feet Inn ,
ha" a cruising ra.yu of ppi,,v.
tiijeV'lv N. (Hill miles.
tsirrlc Oonalita of
lei Flraprwuf gaudlng tr-ri...,
lor a l.qrpoaa.
Sag.. Wo Jar a tad en mn lata
- - n rooi.
Tro J'karartar. -Mparlaar.
aain oi auantiant.
Dr. rrd I. cuatoa. Praat-t.ni
Kiss H. 0. 0 eiaialac. ft. M.
Dr. Lytic Alhartoa
Bui Hi and Dark ton Hlraai.
Phone Oa 8000
M. A. ilrerklnrldgo Chss It. Itoa.u k
BRECKINRIDGE & BOSTICK
ATTORNKYS AT 1.AW
0I-3 Exchange Nat l Hank Itldg.
tt a ., ?,m'l to
Firt National Bank Bldg.
Hultc E0.. 10-11
I-hone gaso. n,r 3m, Mnl)
Embroidery, Tattkjg, ljiysuaa
Phons 19-J. mi Pouth PoMo.
i . L.
Of College of Music, LTnelnnall.
Ohio. Vorelgn and American
Training Inatruftlons. Studio
Klrst Uaptlst church.
SAM'L. A. BOORSTIN
. 111-11-14 Wright IJIdg.
taw of Oil and Oaa
lw or Corporation
DR. R. A. DOUGLAS
102-3 New Ault Building
Having concluded my army serelcs
will now reaums the practice of
medicine In my former office ti
THE CHILDREN'S DAY
TIT SOUTH CHEYENNB
Children Cared for During Worklt.t
or Phepplng Hours
Cf Dr. I. Anstrcich
Second and Main - Thou W
Txchange New for Old g
14 and 1 West Second
GEO. E. REEVES
Hulte 611-12 1'algce UltltT
Tulsa, Okla. rhone 7 r. 4 r
DR. S. S. MOHRMAN
has returned from the serv'ie.
Practice llVnlted to Obstetrb's nnd
Dlsenses of Women.
OFFICE OVER PALACE TIUOATKR
l'hone 9S9 and 1194
Headquarter for Krfptok Lens.t
10 Weal Th"
l'hone 84 79 ,
DR. A. W. PIGFOKD
has returned from service to rere
200 Robinson Arcade
DR. ARTHUR CVMPBEU
Eye Ear Nose Throat
737 Mayo Building
Phone 8196. Tulsa, Okla.
' Ii. R. BURKE
Dr. E. C. Badger I
National Association )
111 East Third St.