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TULSA DA ITT WORLD. MONDAY, JULY 26, 1020
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MONDAY, WOUt 9. 120.
t. Now once on the end of the wnrlrl hath
In by the sacriHc
ho sppesrcd In put uway
of himself Men. a-
Ho great, Rn vast a sacrifice
May well my hop revive;
If Ond's own Bon Ihus bleeds and dies,
The alnner sure may IIvr.
Y Rr bought wllh a price; therefore
glorify Uod In your body, and in your spirit.
1 Cor n
We expect fenetnr .Tohneon waa almoal aa
Much surprised at Senator Harding's handling
of thtt NUM tiui'Btlon as that gentleman wu
when he of fit tally loarncd he waa tha repuh
We truat that all handR aboard the Resolute
have caught lh meaaaiie: America aspect
every man to do hli duly In the neit race. We
till like Tom Llpton but not enough to glvo
him that yacht trophy without an eya-to-eye
No matter how beautirul and altrulRtlc the
labor loader couch their demand for shorter
hours and Increased wages H will remain an
unalterable fact that tha returns of labor have
ever been and can never be flged as a matter
of right, but only on a basts of production.
Ths value of money Itself Is bassd on the service
money rsndera tn providing the n.u-esstt lea and
luxuries for mankind. 11 may not bo a pleas
ant task to dispel the dreams of ths academi
cians, but It Is a necessary service. Labor pays
Its own wages and capital earns It own divi
THE DUTY OF CITIZENSHIP
The World le In receipt of the following
query from Judge Frank Z. Curry, prominent
Tulsa attorney and former democratic member
uf the state legislature from this county:
"Seriously, what do you think one's duty
la as to supporting a national political
party this year under these circumstances
to-wit: Always a blown-ln-the-bottle ra
publican but now an equally blown-ln-the-bottle
nations-leaguer: Or, taking the
converse, a democratic from birth, raartng,
snvlronment. practice In fact, Just cannot
see how a republican has any chance to go
to heaven but a staunch antl-natlone-IcaRuor.
This seemn to be ths whole and
The cltlsen with a correct conception of
American politics and a proper sense of duty to
his country will not hesitate. For to such there
Is no such a thing as a party obligation to any
political organisation beyond that point where
UK ptii't'lples and pledges cease to squsre with I
his own conviction and purposes in matters of
vltnl concern to his nation.
Not only can a citizen retain his favorite j
party label anil vote the opposition ticket, but
there exists at all tlmss and on all citizens the '
obligation to do so from time to time If M m
to function as a patriot. In 112 hundreds of
thousands of republicans voted for Wilson and
Marrhail, hectuee that was justified In the
t li cumstancea. It Is nothing to boast of now.
to be sure. We cite the Incident as proof of
our contentwti th.tt voting the opposition ticket
does not constitute a crime and does not take
una from the party of his choice. Kor these
hundreds of thousands of republicans are Mill
In the republican party. Independent a always,
aid they have with them an equal number of
democrats who see in the preservation of the
lepublk the paramount (.sue In this campaign.
We agree with our rorrispondent that thr
league 'tuestion Is the paramount Issue In this
campaign, though not qulto "all there is to
It " This being true we may with propriety
and posAlbly some benefit. Inquire Into his
problem What should a "blown -In-thn-holt le
republican'' do If he finds hlnmeir sincerely
attached to tha Int. rnstlonal dream of Mr.
There can be no doubt about that. Logic
Joins her voice to reason In the matter. The
league being Uie paramount Issue In this cam
paign, and the .1 if,. . rati, candidate being fore
sworn to ratify It and MCflHtH the nation to Its
terms without any "reservation Impairing the
obligations of Hie United States to Its allien."
such a republican should ut tlvelv and .it dent y
support Mr. Cog, Indeed lie tan do nothing
else uud prettrvu either his own self respect
or maintain s consistent attitude, In the evs
nf his friends.
tin the. other hand, a democrat who helleven
In the preHtrvatlon of American Ind'-pendon. .
the restoration 'if Jefferaonlan principles and
stands oppnaed to his nation being Involvtd In
the super stt whl' h will shear It of RIW h ti
lis sovsrelgnly and Involve It In everv national
quarrel throughout the lr,th and hreadih "t
the earth, must of necessity support Senator
Harding, who I v his parly's past altitude on the
It Ku Insuf, II platform detlatatlon and his
t'tn uneiiulvoeal romnilllal Is III dd to end
th'i war by conge -sslonal tet,oution. Ignore the
letiguu aasoelsllon, preserve American Inde
psrrdenta al all lists anil In a rtelil.eraie and
n He the manner nff rd UN crert lence of ths
wtt.'ld an ritpoi i unit y ! I spress Itself for the
lres' rvnllon .f peace without Involving the
I role 1 ."tales ln. i lrsr:y In Kiirnpssn quarrels.
i t. aux It can h.' UTaTSd I hi I Mr. f'os, even
If t lctirtl IMISM pt.asll ly I"' tiperied to for.-t
the league on the ArmThan setiala Hut that
does not alter the teYOt thnl he Is pledged Id dd
1 . i - - : - 1 v that, that he Is wn to the Interna
tional dream of him whom he has hut recently
riitvnlsed as his chief b) tin past rscnrd of
his party, lis platform d huatir.n and his own
solemn committal to "deliver what Mr. Wilson
We trust we list been able to present ths
matter In such a wa I that out orra spun lent,
and those who feel us he duett ilium the gtn It.'
o the situation, grill Ih enjhled lo 1 lie Ir
Outy clearly. Fo. Sl are at a i tisls In our
national history when elettors musi he governed
l.y a sense nf du.v to their ccuntry Instead of
; artisan prejudb -.
Tnr. iRiuiPicA(TT. in tiif; nRKTHftrv
Whether they sie using s "tlHItig rod," sre
equipped with mind reading pnwors or are
Just "guessing," the perspicai Hy nf the demo
erstlc brethren Is mat velt.ua.
'lovernor li, before his presidential randl
da. y had entirely dried behind the ears, began
warning against the wicked use nf money hy
(he republicans. Now comes the newly t h.tr.l
democratic campaign manager and gives out
a statement In which he saya "the rnpnhllrans
are planning to apend fi a day In a
peaking staff alone.
When the cost of the war ran up to a mil
lion dollars a day people quit worrying about
It. Nobody could get hla mind wrapped
around figures of such dimensions. Rut ac
cording to Mr. White, the demo. rail, campaign
manager, ths wicked republicans who are
seeking to drive Wilsoniam and Internationalism
from hglh places contemplate spending almost
as much In their campaign.
It's cruelty, that's w'ot at 1st
nut, let us figure, a moment. There are
counting only fMU August I. D4 davs nf the
campaign. Multiply $410,001) by H and you
will have tha nominal sum of $42. 300. 000. But
the republicans, having a hesd start, ars prob
ably spending at least 1326,000 a day right
now, and will keep It up until August 1. Add
thst lo ths 143.300.000 and you will have
144. 13ft. 000, assuming that they win average
10 days at the reduced figure.
That's soms campaign fund.
The figures lalrlv provo the asslnlnlty
of Mr. Chairman Moore. It also arouses a
curiosity as to what hs Is doing and Intends
to do behind this utterly absurd smoke screen
he and his candidate are throwing out.
Kven If It should cost the sum stated to dilrn
the last vsstlgs of Wilson democracy from the
public service It would be money well spent.
The result would Justify It and consequences
prova it a splendid Investment But It won't
cost that much. Mr. Cbitl-m.-n MlsttN is st
tempting to create the Impression that the re
publlcana have a difficult Job. But they haven't.
It's the federal commissionaires that are up
against the real thing.
The enntest Itetwoen the warring factions of
democracy In tin. county U a fins thing;. It
la convincing proof that democracy la not will
ing to accept the alignment nor tndorae ths
actions of Its present ruling clique. And It 1
American politics at Its best. For when ths
decent elements of B political organisation
fsres boldly forth to challenge, and defeat. If
need be. the official ruling clique that has made
hard and fast with the lawless element, no fear
need be entertained of popular sovernment
The lawless, criminal element Is enabled to rule
because of the old-time fear of the opposition
winning. The fid is (hat the decent element
of ths electorate Is always ln the considerable
majority when It acts togeiher And when the
detent element of a partisan organization re
fuses to flex the knee to the machine's warn
ing, "If you don't stop ihe opposition will
win." the doom of the machine element Is
sounded Whst the people ol every community
want Is responsive, efficient, economical gov
ernment. Nor Is It particularly concerned as
to the name of the party that gives it. All
indent, of this ( ominunlty this Mate - know
that the democratic party has completely brok
en down as an effective goernlni,- ag'-nry be
CAU4M of the mschlne which turns loose crimi
nals. plsVyg with them, uses them, accepts money
from them tor favors extended, ami looks to
them and not the honorable section of the
electorate for majorities st Ihe polls As one
! decent and In. nonihle democrat put It (and
he Is a candidate for office now), "I am perfectly
willing to nadn ihe boulevard vote for the
slley vole " The alley vots Is controlling the
democratic psrti In ihe slate. That Is Ihe in
TIIK TKX VS PIUMART
Whether Joseph WcMM Bailey wins the
gubernatorial nomination In Texas or not he
has already staged a comebat k that proves
htm still an important factor ln the politics of
the Lone Ht.ir state.
Few people outside of Texss believed that
H il. would make a dignified showing In the
primary voting. We suspect thst comparatively
few people In Texss contemplated such a thing
Yet he leads a field of four very substantial!'
in Ihe early returns, and sho. for the runner
up In th second election even If he falls short
ol saa-urlnr the necessary majority nf all votes
. sat In the fir el
Halley Is an avows.) opponent of Wilson
defii... rs' v - ss mm h as Itsed of Missouri. The
prlrnsry returns In Texas should he scanned
very losely by f'sndldsle Tux. who Is running
for the presidency on the platform of
Wilson promised I will dellvsr."
The Wasscrman test may he all that It Is
.talked up to be. but our edvlre to the city I
fathers Is to use ninth common sense and
pre. I., us little authority In seeking to apply It
in Tulsa. The high i.row reformers tan b
given m.methlng else to play with. They will
enjoy II quite ss m h without snnnylng ths
neighbors lieyond Ihe point of endurance.
Pv 'i nn l . It ON
I'rnbably no man In Texas, mournfully ob
serves the liallaa News, has a higher t espsct for
liberty bonds than one who traded his for nil
It has been noticed that Tulsa people con
tinue to Mock o. letSJ Angtsl In spile of earth
QUSJtsg li takes something more than a quake
to shot k Tutsans.
Anyhow. Mr Bryan can claim the distinction
of having received more presidential Domina
tions than any other living Ann-Mean.
Hlloam Hprlngs Is now becoming a popular
summr, let.. .it It. used to be popular for
...I., i reasons now not necessary to mention.
Parley Chrlsteixnen, presidential candidate of
Ihe farmer Isbor party, says his conception of
liberty Includes the right lo think wrong. Now
If sll of us who thank wrong get ln behind him
we can put him over.
The girl on South Main says her experience
leads her to believe that the worst criminals
are heart kleptomania..
Headline: "Prince Jnarhlm ends life wllh
bullet in Potsdam residence " .lust what part
of the human frame Is the Potsdam residence?
From ths photographic decors Hons on tele
Bltona poles, some of the candidates appear to
have located the voting places lu most of the
Women may not play as Important as part In
politics ss some contend, hut none of them show
any compunction about accepting a man's seat
in a street car.
At Shawnee, It Is reported, Bcott Ferris told
the crowd the reason he did not accept Senator
(lore's rhalleiiKC was because somebody might
call him a coward for attacking a blind man in
the face. More chivalrous, we take it. to hit
him In the back.
Barometer of Public Opinion
Hamuli Was Hi(fht-
Thlrd parties, like suckers, seem to be born
every minute. Boston Transcript
And B7 Vsrltle
The disappointed 43-er who propose to form
still another party might call It tha 4Sth. It
wouldn't bs far off, numerically speaklnc.
In three short and simple sentences Senator
Harding has displayed his comprehension of
the trouble which afflicts the world today and
his understanding of the cure for It. If the
world Is to be made safe for democracy dem
ocracy muat get down to work and make Itself
safe for the world. New York Sun and Herald.
A BiialucsK Junker.
Ths public power of the Hlndenburgs and
1 eUdaadorl fs In tiermany Is called a small mat
tsr beside that nf Stlnnes, a business Junker
replsclng the military idols. It would be a
strange turn of events, though to conditions
possibly more easily dealt wllh. If Germany
lias dethroned an emperor to bow to a boss and
a barrel. New York World
Class Party not Wanted.
A farmei -labor party Is almost a contradlc
tlon In terms. The people have already made
up their minds that It will make hardly a ripple
tin the surface of our politics. What may come
no man can foretell, but the present temper of
Americans is dead against a class" party. Few
will deny that this Is a cheering sign of, the
times. New I org Times.
One Real Ttilrd Party.
Only one successful thrld party has been
developed In this country since pcpulsr parties
began to be formed. The republican party
swallowed the whin parly in isne necause tne
time was ripe for the emergence or an out ana
out anti-slavery organisation. The ground had
been laid lot It h vais of sectional rlvaliy and
Jealousy and by Ihe economic necessity of check
ing th slave pOWSr. The progressive party of
18 12 was not a third party in the true sense,
since It represented only a temporary revolt
on a question of party administration New
MARK TWAIN'S HOUSE
Copyright. 1S20. by Edgar A. Guest.
I A movement Is on font at Hartford. Conn.,
sponsored by The Hartford Courant. to save
Mark Twain's home from the hands of
Huck Finn Ir playlnc round the houss,
Tom Sawyer's whittling there,
And Pudd'n'hsad stands by the pane some
thumbs prints to compare.
The Jumping frog is In ths ysrd. and tender
h. ai ls o il 1 1 .:
Still hover day an' night around the horns
which Mstk Twain knew
Oh, save them from the sordid hand of
commerce and of strife
And keep that house a monument to all
the Joys of life.
There once the kindly writer lived and let
his spirit flow,
And gave Ihe world those characters whlrh
every age shall know:
There many a loysl heart was horn and
many a smile began
Which went upon Its ripping round to
. h. ef Ins fellow-man.
Ami now that he has gone away, the house
he loved and knew
Should shelter still the playful souls his
gentle spirit drew.
Too many tender memories with the home
To let It go the common way along life's
let grateful hearts support It now and
generous purses give
That Hurkleberry Finn may always have a
place to live
Where Mark Twuln lived and worked and
laughed and wept hla hitter tears
that spot should be his monument through
all the luture years
For the National Championship
fCoprrlsht 1S0: sV Tha flnsco Tribunal
Bv.lANE PHELPS Bjss
A rFRIOD OK ANXIETY I
Donald had been very 111, and
was peevish and ailing for some
the world you couldn't have been
content with your. real estate busi
ness 1 don't see!"
Bob's lips moved, h started tu
say something, but hesitated, than
"Some day I want a serious talk
with you, Margaret! this can't go
"What can t go on?"
"Nothing that Is, never mind
"But what Is there to talk about?
You said something serious. I
"I know, and sometime I shall
try to make you. Now 1 must he
off, good bye, and go to bed early.
You need the ret."
Aa he closed trie door I burst
time. I was completely worn out
with nursing him, loss of sleep and
the care of -little George. Mother
came out and took tleorgo wllh
her, hoping to relievo mo.
I realise now that during this
time 1 was fretful and Cross, my
nerves were stralnud to the utmost,
and I magnified every untoward
"Dont wait dinner for me to
night," Bob said as he left the
house about a week after Donald
had been pronounced out of danger.
"I am going over to see MJ t
"Why, Bob, you wouldn't leavt
me now would you?"
"Why not? Why shouldn't I
keep my engagement ? Donald Is
all right, and there could bo noth
ing else to keep me."
"But I shall be so lonely! 1 an
so tired snd worn out."
"Nonsense! If you are ilred. go
to bed. If you are lonely have
Mrs. Baldwin come ln and spend
the evening- with you."
You'll be back to night?"
"No, she Is going to put, us up
for ths night so that we will have
time to discuss the manuscript."
"We! who else Is going?'
"Kendall, of course!"
1 might have known It was he
who got you to leave mo! oh, how
I dislike that man!"
"John had absolutely nothing to
do with my going. I am going be
cause I want to. and because It
Klvea me Ihe relaxation I need af
ter my work In the office."
"I should think it would be Just,
as much relaxation to stay at home
with me an.1 read ln your own lib
rary as to ro and spend the evening
reading somewhere else. Why In
into a psHslon
really tired out,
Gone to stay
not given me
kiss nor the
night for some time: one day I
spoke of It and he muttered some
thing about hypocrisy but he was
feeling cross that day so I paid no
attention to the excuse .Vow I re
called it and wondered whut It
At first I thought I would take
his advlcs and ask Mrs- Baldwin to
spend the evening with me. But as
I thought of her keen Insight, her
lack of faith In men, and the re
marks she would surely make
anent Bob's absence, I concluded I
would rathar spend the svsnlng
Bob bad insisted that I have a
"You have too much care." he
had said when discussing It. "Those
two boys are a handful." and they
were, yet I had opposed another
maid on Ihe grounds of expense.
"I can afford It all right!" Bob
had answered my objections. "If 1
couldn't I wouldn't have proposed
I knew money meant nothing to
Bob. even tho he worked hard for
lb He spent generously always,
and now that we had a home all
paid for he seemed at times a little
reckless. Then, too, I often told
The Young Lady
Across the Way
hlni I would rather have less lo do
with, and hsve him give up the
partnership in the publishing btisl
,MlvT4 r. Ma,
But at last I had consented to
employ a second maid The house
was Isrge, the work with two chil
dren rather heavy, and Delia was
becoming a bit disgruntled I had
advertised, and as the day passed
I had little time to think of Bob's
defection or what I considered
such, because of the constant stream
As I wanted a nurse girl prln.
rlpally. one I could trust to take
the children out. snd to care for
them when both Delia who wa
entirely trustworthy snd I were
swav at the same time' I was very
decided upon a red cheeked Irish
girl named Nellie She was to
come the following morning
It was about four o'clock when
I engaged her. snd a few minutes
later Mrs. Baldwin came ln to see
how Donald was getting along
Really she had been most kind, and
when she told m that Mr Baldwin
would not he home for dinner, I
asked her to remain snd have a
bite with me She was delighted
snd accepted Immediately I put
Donald in bed for ths night then
w sat down to have a chst before
I wonder why It is thst some
people arouse dlstruct of others ln
II ' I never siw Mrs Baldwin that
she did not make me unesttv over
The young lady across the tv
says the working classes eem to be
getting slong ail right without their
industrial alcohol even Including
li!it v. lilt a and bur.
I wasent slpposed to go
movies eny more this week
count of having bin too mutch
and today pop was smoaklng
his feet up and I was looking
and I sc.!, Pop.
Did I heer my name mentioned?
Meenlng wat did I wunt,
'sed, Theres a movie erround
Uttle Grand called The Hidden Foot
and Sid Hunt is going to ring the
bell eny mlnnlt now and ask me, If
I can go erround to see It with him
Wei, the anser to thst is No, there
nothing tilfflclt about that ai for as
I can see, sed pop, and I sed. But
gosh, a, pop, Its one of tho best
movies there Is.
Who sed so? sed pop, and I sed.
Nobody sed so, I was reeding the
avvertliementa under the doors, dont
you bleeve In awsrtlxements, pop?
Not to that ixtent, sed pop. Meen
lng to the ixtent of leeving me go to
sec The Hidden Foot, and I sed, Well
U, gosh, pop, theres a lady In It
jumps off of a train Into a river to.
keep frutn gelling cawt in a reck
Il does her grate credit. I in sure,
but if thsts all the educational value
II has I gess you can afford to miss
III sed pop.
No sir, pop, it has mutch more
educational value than that, pop, 1
Sutoh as wat? sed pop.
A hole skool barns down ln it, I
Help, ads, sucker, I surrender, sed
pop. Meenlng I was s better srguer
than hs was, and Jest then Sid Hunt
rang the bell to find out If I could
go, wlch I could.
of tears. I was
and hs had gone
kiaslng me good bye.
aver night. He had
the usual morning
one In greeting at
Card Of Thanks
We wish to thank our many
friends and neighbors for ths floral
offerings and many other kino re
membrances at the funeral of our
son and brother, who was drowned
near Sapulpa Sunday afternoon,
July 11. The visitations and ofier
Ings of many friends were greatly
appreciated in our recent bereave
ment H. E. Koff and Family.
The lugs on a new raeor wheal
work In and ou like spades from an
leleerlc ereeni'lr- on he axle and
jheniselves. prevenlng he wheel
clogrlng In he slckes soil.
had become my beie
Boi-ko Moan ha- sold hj.i
ilt wiki too conflnln' Who rtmamban
jwheti woman had some money lefi
f put n hei stuckln aficr she paid
'The atsra Incline but do not romps!."
MONDAY. tVht M. IB20.
(ropmctt. IfBB. hy U Motion Neatpanar sysnltBUi i
t'nesrtalnty mark this day
rule, according to astrology. Al
though the Sun. Venus snd Neptune
sre In henefic sspc t, Saturn Is
Newspapers nad magazines should
fn all betiei'it from some new state
of affairs, which may Ister prove to
be the result of deception and .ln
I'ansrr from a planetary direction
that seems to stimulate misrepre
sentation and evil report is prognos
ticated. Gcced for promlnencs snd fame
as well as money and power will
be augmented by this rule of the
This should be a fortunate sway
for those wh . seek to better their
financial status snd should bs es
pecially favorable to women.
It Is a fairly lucky wedding day,
but it Is better to marry a young
husband than an old one when Sat
urn Is In sinister sway.
Women have the prognostication
of great advancement and also of
growth In authority wherever big Is
sues sre st stake.
Thev should be successful during
this planetary government ln ma
Again there is a sign resd aa
threatening to those who depend on
the products of the earth. Farm
ers may bo disappointed. There ap
pears to be Indication of a possible
plague of Insects ln addition to olayar
The west now comes under a gov
ernment of the stsrs that may cause
s falling off in business enterprise.
Merchants snd manufacturers may
meet anxieties In the course of their
Shrinkage ln the volume of trade
may he appannt. hut tha seers fore
tell that abnormal conditions will
obtain, owing to some manipula
tion of interests.
Relations with Japan will bs much
discussed from this time on and may
affect some finsnclal Interests.
Persons whose birthdat It is have
father a quiet year before them, but
they should bo aware of falss
Children born on this dsy have
the augury of much Incident and
change in their lives. These subjects
of Deo have the Sun as their prin
To The Public.
Effective Julv 1. fle-mlnute ear
service on the Kendall line hetttta. n
the corner of Fifth and Che) Tit e
and the end of Hodgo or ytist First
stsV;et; ten-inlnute car service to
Those cars n the Kendall line
tinning only as far is the end of
Hodge or East First street desig
nated on the routint sign ss. 2400
K.tst First. Tulsa Street Hallway Co
Stanley C. Edmister
101-1 Kennedy Building
Phones office i a : 4 ReaMencs 4411
THE CHILDREN'S DAY
117 SOVTH I IF. YEN NH
Children Cared for During Working
or Shopping Hours.
RFKKATZ AND C. MOORB
II Wast Ttilrd street
Dr. John Lee f
Diseases of Women
ll.Ji s.,u Hi Main SL
H. K. BOYSEN
205 Pin American Bldg.
Phone Osage 6010.
When you want to STORE your
home's furnishings or any part
of them remember that ws
A Clean Storage Building
Our storsge isn't any old plsJJs.
but It is p'xce where YOU can
tore your articles without mis
Tulsa Storage and
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