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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, APRIL 6, 1020
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MIIH KltANK HBAMAN
Treasurer IllgWOl II.nidI
I HANK NKWKIHK
Till: IHHUK .;.NIis AS IT BMNUtj
The lampulgn ondstoday. By Ihelr votea
Ihe splendid eltlxena of Tulmi will detrrmlno the
iniiu.'. That laaiie renmina at the end preilaely
what It vriut nt the LeKlnnlng
la Tuln.i aatlafled with what hna been and
la or dure It wnnt bettor and afer gni'iii ninent f
Tulea bun been und U prarl li'nlly without po
lice prelection, tl la Impudence for thin chal
lenge to bo met by a statement of the lare
number of arrent. made. When flit !! homei
are burglarized every night, when itlokupg ore
the order of UM day and night, with good clil
reiia ahnt down like beef cattle and with ita
Utile ecruple and never an arreat: when it In
unnafe to leave a motor car on the a'recti. i .ihcr
day or night, when tnauranci' cuinp inlci lire
ralalng their ratca for motOV car rutfj burglar In-
uranre lir withdrawing entirely from Ih. fl.'ld
latrt It folly to nun. ti that the police depart
ment le efficient and competent ami In proof
offer a long Hat of arrontH '
Why evade the inue In calling attention lo
Ihe many urteatM made when the murderera of
Arch 11. ill remain at large-
When Ihe men who participated In the rob
bing of the old runner from Kufaula ki aboiil
When rohberj In en the im-rcaae Inatead of
When .lohn Moran can be nhot down on the
treeta, either by Htirkupn or an organised hand
of gunmen, und hia ggllgllll go uamtllaatad ?
Such erlmea go fur deeper than the "liberal
MMtrtlOtlOB" pill upon open gfilllbUni by the
defenders and lupportarg Of thl admlnlMtratlon
They previ Uuti no man la aafa either in bin pai
aon or proper! And they will increase au long
as crime is oondoncl ami prutected, whether II
M the gambler or whatnot,
To aeak to fix uttentlon U lh water bun I
Issue la clever and permissible But for the
voters to permit themselves to be misled by
auch subterfuge la not pci mihMl.lc in intelligent
The water bond isue wux settled lust July
aa far aa Ihe voters of this city can aettle i.
The matter Is now with Ihe court. The World
supported that Issue l or preiixcl) th,. Mime
reason that It now supports the election of Ihe
bigger and bbttbl Tulsa ticket because it be
lieved It essential lo Ihe growth and best Inter
ests of the city.
1 1 is juat as esseiituil that Ihe l.s.iiou.oou voted
be expended bbnMtl) gnd car. -fully. Without an
excaalve "leak" to engi or .nniruciiirs. as
that it should be voted in the first analanaa And
The World will demand a doilar'a worth of
alue for every dollar expended .iiite .i- en. ,
getically iui It demanded the bonds In the first
place or the election of a new set of public off.
If It la the decision of Ihe voters of this cltv
thai a. syolem that permits exlatini; condition-!
vf lawlessness and crime is suitable to entrust
with Ihe expendltllie of this vast sum of money
we shall bow our head to that decision Mut we
tetaln ihe right to file a minority report and in
sist that such decision Is dangntous and tin
sound from every standpoint
The Interest of The World In the eln Hon to
he derided today Is precisely the same as Ihe
Interest of every tltlsen engaged In legitimate
business No more responsibility falls on this
paper than falls iines'apahly on each Individual
otor Tulsa Is as much your I v as It is ours
We have discharged i iiimt ienlloiisly a duty tha'
we recognised as ours. You must dlsi barge
your duty If Tulsa Is to le nt fit And your dot"
does not tske you Into Ihe polling booth aa a
pailisan democrat or a partisan republican. It
impels you to enter that booth nn a .ttlxeii vol
lug for your home and your nelghle-ithnod If
Mm so enter the booth you will emerge a hotter
il. iooei.il or a better republican than when you
entered II. l-'or you at, not electing a governor
or a president but men to protect your homo and
your pioperty and your own life, oho ting men o
Hip graft slop vice protection, men who j;o
not creaturei, of the Allison Kinney mat him
Of at least Unit should be your purpose - enter
Ing the booth - If mil want a t leaner, heulihl r
Safer public servb e
The issue la yours to decide You have only
today in which to decide It May your do. Won
liol ni l liAltltl.i l i OONPssMIOR
The action of the Allison Kinney machine In
I securing Ihe dismissal of Chairman Itowe. of
the county election hoard, and the appointment
of one of their own In his place constitutes a
double barreled ronfesalon Kfrst. that the hon
est public opinion of the city Is against th. IM
ami that they stood to lose ttulav on an In st
vote ami an honest count so, ond. that every
thing The World baa ohargad with raapael t"
the power of ihe Alllson-Klnney orgunlnallon
Political history In I iklahoina Is without a
parallel for the lioltlnesH or the gang In chang
ing the election machinery and officials on the
eve of tho elettlon. Written large In that ac
tion Is this threat WK A It K OOINO TO
TAKK Til I KI.KCTTt IN UKI i A It 1 )l iStt OF
Til III Wild. OF TKM VUTKHH.
That cannot bo disputed. The apologlxera for
Mayor lluhhurd may repeat Ihelr assurance of
his freedom from sinister control If they wish.
Itut. actions speak louder than words. The elec
tion steal Ih to be in the interest of Hubbard.
Hoes the rltixenshlp of Tulsa want lo be a
parly to this sort of thing? Is this democracy?
la there u man or wnifiun who now doubts
where the controlling Interest of the adminis
tration Is? Is there an honest man or woman
In the city who will go to the polls today and
vole for the gang Unit has outraged tiei-ency
Iti this manner?
Itoss Kinney will probably be In bis acrus
turned place In the first ward this morning
when the polls are opened He was necessary.
OUINI I, HOY 1,1. IS DIM)
The death of Coi. Patrick c Boy la of on city.
Pa., marks the passing of another one of those
picturesque characters which hail so much to
do with the formative period of the petroleum
Industry Colonel Boyla was not In a strict sense
a member of the old Standard till guard, but
he came Into the organization section of the
Industry so soon after Its formation, and was
for so many years an Important pari of that
orgunlzatlon, that he has, In the popular mind,
long figured us one of the old guard.
To very great extent Col. I'.oyle was head of
tha field statistical division of the Standard.
As editor and publisher of the till City Der
rick bo made It tho organ of oil. known the
WOTId over. He imUntalnoi! an expert force of
oil writers In every producing field, presenting
to the trad a dally and weekly and monthly and
annually tin- authentic statistics of the Industry.
On the pattern he himself designed and da
veloped rests all of the scores of oil publications
of Ihe present day
Col Boyla w is typical of that fine race which
THE inokll JAIL
(Copyright, mo. by Bdgar A. Ouaat)
Yuu can i Ig up a bouse wltti nil manner of
Th.- pr io r i ii fw . f iill-i ns and princes and
You can hang on Its walls the old tapestries
W hich aoma dead Bgyptlan once treasured
Hut though costly and gorgeous its furnish
It must luiiv to be homelike, an old cookie
There are Just a few thltiKs that a home must
Daaplta all your money and all your success -A
few good old hooks which some loved one
some trlnkeis of those whose sweet spirits
Ami then In the pantrv. not shoved back toe
For the hungry to get to. that old cookie Jar
Let the house he a mansion. I care not at all1
Ia.'t the finest of pictures be hung on euh
l.el the carpels he made of the richest velour,
And the chairs only those which great wealth
I'tl still want to keep for the Joy of my flock
That homey, old fashioned, well fllled cookie
I. ihe the love of ihe mother It shines through
It has ' Hied all our hurts and has dried
It has paid U for tolling, in sorrow or Joy
II h i - .ilwas been kind to each girl und each
And t in sorry for people, whoever they are,
Who io tn a house where there's no cookie
II . l
from Its home In Frln's Isle has contribute!1 to
enrl.h every nation of the earth lie was a
woilhy friend and , spiendld enemy To his
friends he was loyalty Itself; his enemies ha
never forgot He would spend thousands to
vlndlcste a principle It, whl.-h only a few OOl
lure was Involved.
Ills i ontrlhiillon to the age In which he lived
was In founding a new phsse of trade journal
ism. In largely building the statistics of a new
American Industry And as sin h he will ap
pear In history.
m Di n i d lawrnwa ictochact,
The friends and supporters of President Wll
on are quite sure he has no intention of run
filng again, but explain that for him In make
that fact public now would leave him powerless
to control the San Kranrcn convention and
name his successor
We wonder when thnf sort of thing became
a part of the chief executive' dunes It oe
eurn lo us that such a practice is a very far cry
from real democracy even In the tltulnr head of
the parly. And In the present Instance tn see
In It a source of party stroniitli umu.es grave
doubts as lo the sort of political minds now In
i ontrol of democracy
The republicans probably ask nothing better
than for Woodrow Wilson to name the eimdl
due and make (he platform, but It la a severe
wrench lo Intelligence to believe that the po
IBM war horses of the old time domoeittk
party follow sui h reasoning.
The correspondents at Washington say they
expect Wilson to return pact ir th. y mean r
turn II to BUTOpa we'll all bo for that.
The suffnigcts have hope for Isiulsiana.
did the progressives in 1912.
BY OTIS I.ORTOH
DIM of the moid diMappni n t Ing things In this
world Ih Virginia Dare with the Dare left out.
The Faster freeze seems to have had about
ho s.ni ffeet ,, : ampaign us it did on
the gardens and the peaches
The trial and acquittal of prettv girl charged
with stealing silk last Saturday almost crow tad
Aidrich Blaga out of Uuakogaa Sunday papera
The girl on South Main savs she spent all dav
Sunday practicing with rubber stamp so she
could mark her ballot today without mussing it
According to the Tribune, lloldoinllle Is feel
ing all set up since she has secured a permit
nent postmaster. A resolution of thanks should
be engrossed and forwarded to Mr Burleson.
The Stillwater OagOtta see, n the ho' ling up
of Cnugressmiin Harreld's quota of garden u I
by .Mr. Burleson until after Payne county farm
era had planted their gardens, a dark oonaplr
aiy to defeat the OOBATOaBIIMUl for re-election.
Of course one way to win an election, other
than closing the registration period without no
tice. Is to suddenly change the places for voting
mimed In the election proclamation so that vot
ers not on the "Inside" will have difficulty In
finding (lie location of the polls.
The probabilities are that you'll find Boss
Kinney sitting serenely in tho throne of power
on Ihe election board in precinct No. I lode.
Nolhlng but a concerled uprlalng of those who
talk in favor of a change In the conduct of
Tulsa elections will unhorse the boss.
One would think from the last AH hours of
tho campaign that If the democratic ticket Is
riot elected today the whole den ratlc patty
nationally will go Into the Junk pile. Bvery pal
tlsan Birlng that could be twanged lint Man
touched except the "nigger" question. for
reason the partisan democratic splet.i
hiue studiously refrained from raising this
The most effective campaign argument Is ihe
little ballot dropped in the slot. You may talk
oil you please about Improving your city gov
eminent, but you cannot accomplish anythim;
by talk unless you back It up by voting. The
polls close at 7 o'clock tonight but yon had bel
ter go eurly because somebody may get a notion
that voting should stop an hour or two suomn.
(Barometer of Public Opinion
Political WHtllir fortOMt (nut a prophecy):
Thi Nt'uri'tiiry of Mtjite, ItalnbridRf t't'lby, iiiHy
be Mr. WilHon'H ohulro for the prcHldt'iioy on
thf liu,MT.itle ticket -HprinKaVM ItvpublU-ati.
An oiti TlMory.
Chicago's way of fettlns uruutnl the VoNtfad
law h to rofum to bt lit ve that it ban Immmi lo
latcil no matter what the evtdenO. A new ap
plication (f tho old tlti'ory tf a b'Kal fiction.
NVw York Sun and Herald.
Chain to Kun.
There lm no Klimnn iimx chance for the third
term no iiiuu- chance fit than for ih cove
nant. IUit In this frc country, still possessed of
Its political InNtltutlonH, prlvllcKes and cuKtoniH,
there In always opportunity for iinybody to run
for president on ome personally conducted
party' ticket If tie iIikhu'i mind not tJttlB th"
votPH New York Sun and Herald.
Pointed Rfh( nt MmMi
The pet It ion slptned by A. 1 .a w re nee I. o well,
Cardinal Olbboiis, Cievcland H. IodKe, lierherl i
lliuiver and many other eonsjilcutius in the m:l '
tatlon for u lealtue tn enforce peace at least haa .
the merit of hrin; pointed in the proper tlic.
linn. It la addressed to tho occupant of the
w hile house it asl.s him to rett aiiHinlt the
peace treaty anil to revoke tho odor under
which fMtollKh senators oted "no" to del.-. it
ratification. Ho doing, the petition locates re
HpoiiHlbtllty where It belongs .Ww Vnk Trl
The OM (.mud
If Roonevelt had lived he would nn doubt
have been a republican e.indblite. An It In, the
rough-rider find two men who represent the
old UooMovelt following, Wood t ll a - Itoosesrlt of
the white house find .li'hnson the Roosevelt of
1112. It Meenis fairly safe to prophesy that Ihe
ROOM Yt) It men, whether of one type or the
idhei, will control the MQVtnMon and lb" old
guartl will net Everything the old guard h.is
s.i jtH hand to ha turned out tn be ,( fizzle as,
toy examide, the attempt t pel up Qovomor
OoOlUtft M a candidae in M im-m h uset tn: and
the name might bo said today fr Oovernor
Hptoiils caudldaey in I 'eun j i .( n;,i New York
Concurrent Power It' Tlm tl
On the point of concurrent power Messrs
Hoot and (luthrte maintain that Ihe words of
tho amend ment ha a vital Hipruificance. n
their Mew tbey confer upon the national gov
ernment the right to onforce the timendment, if
valid, within It sihere that In, Importation,
exportation ami Int'tMate commerce -and upon
the Htate the rinbt to enr.uce the amendment. If
valid, within lis own borders, both being limited
only by1 the prohibition of " intoxicating liquor."
The Anll-Haloon league has undertaken to nul
lify the amendment in thin respect, but the
court ban never et fallen in with uny proposi
tion to make blink paper of the OOmiltUtion
New York World,
The Summer White House
Or prntUapm " It ... .ft it .,, rnhhrtviatian
Or SHtrAaau rWl M M fim. for him to
to Tho -oodm
New l-a'am on life.
"Pon't try--in woftls, ' ho naid Si
the boy b it ihe office.
"Oh. hut l niuet thank you" I ox-
7 . strssi'sfsrs) wiff sissaW th somesstr art Waaefs fwrkmpa Km wasxts ns a sssar SsiMSlm tWga.
paid, then he would lose nothing
DaoailoQ of his kindness to me.
1 saw very little of Helen and
Walter. We had been up there once
.-..nee 1 returned, anil had hud then'
down to cards and- a chafing dish
party. Hut our friends now wet e
so wealthy, they enlei 'allied so
aiaborataly that I salved my oon
aolanoa for neglecting Helen by say
ing to myself she could nut afford
1 1 Keep up. Yet i knaw vary well
rValtar oould afford aa inuoh as
could Tom. Kor even If his salary
was not so large, they had no ehlL
dren ami Helen dm all hw own
work except the laundry, while Tom
had fla to feed, and four to dress
beside Norah's wages. Hut Helen
and Waller were plain. praotlCall)
uneducated people, while all of
Tom's friends were college men. and
society women. That I was In the
Bafnt class as Helen made no dif
ference 1 wok ambitious, ami Tom's
friends were mine.
fund lllaekhsk I'rMintm
Now that Ihere were po bills to
Worry MO I OOUld he my natural self
with Tom We were very happy at
this time, at least I was, ami Tom
appear ad to be. The children were
well and I had no trouble with than,
My allowance covered my expenses
ROW that 1 was caught up tho how
long it would do so was u question,
so there Ml nothing for Tom to
find fault about, or to cause us to
There was only one thing which
annoved me aa spiing drew near
ami that was Carol Hlaeklo.-k s act
Ions. Keveral tlmest he hail said
things I neither understood nor
liked, nnd once he had taken me in
his arms ami kissed pa a, but I hud
forgiven him whan he promised nut
t" do it again, and had flattered me
by saying I looked so oweal ha
couldn't resist It.
.Neither he nor I had ever men
Honed my debt to hint. I had gone
on buying w hat I w ished at I ."all.
man s ami aa before they had sent
the bills minus the dreaded please
remit' of the other people. with
Whom I dealt, when I kept them
lie spent more and more of his
time with me, and finally Turn no
ticed and objected In a mild way.
"It's a pity I'.lacklock hasn't any
thing better tn do than to hang
around drinking tea with married
Woman." he said once.
"A vary Innocent amusement." 1
"Yea (or a time, perhaps." and
the subject had been dropped.
Vivian too spoke of him to me
"lie careful or you'll break Carol's
heart' 1 have never known him to
be quite so pereVtrnt."
"I am sure I shall never break
his or any other man's heart. 1 sup.
pooa I am old fashioned, but I hap.
pen to be fond of my husband;" I
hud laughingly ranUog,
"It's a gooil thing he's not Jeal
ous." she had returned. "1 should
think he would be. Carol lllack-
Cl dined The touch of the OftSp
notes in my h.iml iii.-kIc me fel that
1 bad a new lease on life, that now
J should get evrythlntf Htralifhtcned
out, and Tom would not bo erons
will) me any more.
"You nhall, some day," he Huhl
with u meaning utterly lout on mo
nt the t me. Then he opi ned the
door and bowed me out. after May
ing t hat he would roine up for a
rup of leu the next afternoon.
How light nnd gay I fell n I hur
ried from one place to another and
pa lit the bills which could not be
put off longer without Totn finding
out aboiit them Helolse s bill wa
eotiKiderately lorwened by t he coin -m
issioiiaH com mg to mo becausp of
Vivian Mortons oxtravaKant or
deiH. Rut much to my dixgiiMt
Madame Inform'.! mo that she
Rolng to d Isrontinue her habit of
giving cotnm ifsiops. That i ho ! imos
were such she couldn't afford to do
My $0tH) nearly ifone and I
had not paid Oil 1 man He won't
dun me, i thought, no I'll not try to
K've him anything, but will buy and
p.ty for some things I had WOntod
but had pot dared purchase, M they
were luxuries I could do without
An elaiboraio pale pink Mil k tea
gown, it ml Milk underwear, daintily
trimmed with lace, 1 never thougbt
that the tea ffown xvaa inappropri
ate to wear in our ninvple Hurround
ings, nor thnt it WU bo perishable
(hat a few t lined wearing would fin
ish ll. It was lovely and becoming.
That "was all I thought of.
Hd I rlcnds I or Vow.
Kor Ibe flrnt time eluco I came
home 1 went to sleep wi:liout wor
rying about what I should do if
Tom found out how badly In debt
wan. That I owed Carol Hlack
Uxk $ SOU with no pos.-trhle Way to
pay It never troubled me. He had
Haul I could have all the time I
wiinted to pay It In, and I too taken
him nt hi word. I Htlll ori;eved
that It was only a matter of a short
itmo when Tom would bo wealthy; i
and 1 could have anything I Wanted
OJ dltl Claire Henderson anil Viv
ian Morton. When that time came
I would pay my debt to Carol, and
I planned too how I would give him :
tho Interest. The tame nn the hank
MiK MART IS
ock Is a very
Tomorrow- -Vacation Iuys.
Tho Rggagi i:iiihiiiirii.
The New York brokerage firm
that was saved fl.U00.0il0 through
the honesty of a hoy clerk, reward
ing him with J, has established the
I'ret loiisnew. of Itarlty.
We nol Infrequently hear the first
kiss of love very highly spoken of.
but a great ileal may be said also
for the goodbye klsn of a wife's relative-
Ohio t-'tute Journal
The Indianapolis News says that
Th' Hhnkespeare Club met t'day with production at ero and prices
an" talked about ever'thlng in town, at 110 In the shade we're due for
van belli' th' choice o' th' people ' a turnover. Nov. 2nd Is tho date
eeeins C huie doubled In jirlce. t set for the turnover.
by Thw ('M'-a'! Tribune)
if am ';;r r mmam mm
of Or porkmpm fct ft tkm ssnul mt WaWs
fa, if fmU mmmmmtiom.
fasts Or pmrhnpm tkm ssnn " Woodo Holm "
pl.a.nnt sagg.sfien of poUticml dimottmr to
Acrasr tlte Way
The young lady across tho way
Baya seme people navar seem to real
ize the danger of writing letters and
she notices that in almost every di
vorce suit a correspondent is mentioned.
Wind Is fast air. It blows frum
the north, east, south or west, dr.
pending on wlch dlrecktlon it Wunta
to go, ony you Oa&t allways tell by
looking at a -weather vane, on ac
count of most weather Vanes look,
ing as If thry arc all tho time chang
ing their minds.
Sometimes a wind Is eo weak H
cant hardly blow duet, and the nt u
mlnnlt it goto so strong it will I, i
enythlng tha s willing to blow, c,
peshiily louse newspapers. Tl. 1
proves nobody cant prdlckt tha iu
ture. Ita easy to wawk In the cold,
wind wen Uteres houses or BMBfthlBf
In frunt of you to Mtop It, but wen
theres nuthlng to stop It except Je
you. It makes a grate dlffien'.,
There Is mutch more wind in wlntl:
wen its not necessary, than Wat
than i itt aum mi r, wen it is. Tin-
proves its easier to be satisfied with
wat you wunt tiiuti with wat you
No matter how hard the wind
blows, It still Btayi Invisible, bin
wen you see tied Iceves and paper
and peoples hats flying errnund In
the air, you know its the wind push
ing them. One of the funniest things
tha wind does Is blow other pooplM
umberailaa inside out,
Itenis have a cinch Jest setting
on the wind with their wings eprcd
out if Its blowing the way tha herds
wunt to go, welch it genrally Is, on
account of It not making mulch dlf
rn nts to a herd wlch way it goes
Wen peopie b.er ih" Wind making
a fearee lot of noise outside, they
think its awflll cold out and get
raddy to shher before they open th'
frunt door. Tills proies the value
"The star incline, but do not eoinppl.
Tuesday. April , 1MB,
Mercury and Venus are In hr.nrfle
aspect, according to astrology, and
tho day should be a favorable one
for most human activities.
Mercury gives great promise to
advertisers, publishers, editors and
writers. 1'ubllcity is subject to a
swuy making for a period of great
expansion and success.
New Journals will multiply nt the
end of the year and old ones will
While authors and newspaper folk
of wary grade will benefit greatly
from conditions that will develop In
midsummer there may be disap
pointments for editors.
Venus is In a place that seems to
presage a growth of self-confidence
on the part of women, which may
become aggressiveness and may re
The seers have warned women
frequently against the danger of u
growing egotism that may nun 111
adilsed demands In business and
A slight decline in the high cost of
living Is read for the summer
months, but the change will ho hard
ly appreciable before the national
election, It Is prophesied.
Neptune Is likely to have rather a
bud effect on tho nerves during the
next few weeks. Care should be ex
ercised to avoid over fatigue ami
I'nusual Interest In landscape
gardening la probable during the
coming summer, when there will be
a movement to encourage horticul
ture as well as the proper laying out
of private grounds and public parks.
One result of the unusual attention
paid to gardens will bo a revival of
high walls and fences that Insure
privacy to families.
Owing to the kindly rule of Jupi
ter many persons have emerged from
poverty within tho last few years
and all who have this planet well
placed in their horoscopes tteed have
no fear of being penniless
rersons whose blrthdate it is have
the forecast of money and improve
ment in all business affairs. The
young will court and marry.
Children born on this day will be
well mannered and of upright char
acter. These subjects of Aries gen
erally are very successful In both
love and business.
Copyright, 19 JO, by the McClure
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