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TULSA DAILY WfORLD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1920
Roosevelt Cites League Pact
, As Death TraR With Article X
II .S Subservient Nation
Under Clauses of the
Covenant, He Saya
IjtaTS. WAR WASTES
Democratic Party One of Un
and History Blight
' NTI.STBt) FnOM TAOK OSB
cho .sc to mnko the trip by airplane,
com i'R from Vlnlta to Tuloa nn the
tra.n at 3 o'ciock ycsicruny um-i-
nml remaining I" Ills room
.i.nnor nlannctl In Hoonevclfn
hen .t was ecrved without the ire
r,t nooscvelt to momuerti
thc lo.at committee, t.ecaune ot the
nVft utK-nl deslro for rest after
"muoug'ilay. Two BllBh mishaps
" th planes at Vlnla. one no tcarinK
a wheel from J I'lano ami
, .1 'rr runnlnK Into a fence, cnuwd
.l.i-iv hut no Bcrlous results
kn ' Vhun nhaklnc up of occu-
oinr.el Itooscvelt Is a chip off
.h '1 block." Robin declared and
f ? i -fitment was borno out In thfi
h .;' ,.f T,ilMn after they hutt
W'" ,,,! him.. Occasionally
,f,n '""" ,,.. i facial
-nr cr.manco that characterized
5 "hthS when the elder Rooseve t
usid that ramous urm m.n
narinl his pronouncement of tin
i -j .ln,..lli?htnil."
The ..itlnB capacity of Conon
Hon hall Is variously estimated from
... s.r.00. All regular seats
... ..i,.ri ?no neatt were pro
vidfrt on tho staKe. yet hundreds of
mr-ors btood at thc rear of tho hall.
In Uic aides ulid In tho wings of the
,la-. Kstlniateu of laat nlKhts
cr'wJ .irlcil from 6.000 to 7.500.
VI have heard some persons nay
tl.'v . an deliver the labor voto of
.v. rmintrv. Thcv He. There Is
nvirir Imllvldual or group of In
Jiuluais that can deliver tho vote
of the American working man. He s
-nlnr. in VOtC for the EOOfI Of Ills
Cnunr this year," llooeovclt d
cured with vehemence. Ho said
the tame is true of tho soldier voto.
JliVh of hl talk wan devoted to
i , ... .i.nd ''If ,n i, ( n 1 ti
mo icaguu iu ti'""'"" ,
this league," he said, "we place our
selves under tho council sitting at
Rnfi.i. if wc arc called upon we
mint rend men and money to help
police Europe. Just for example, w
might even be called upon to send
minitivn pvnedlllon Mnto Ireland
fnr (Srrut Ilrltaln.
There are some who ay thc
American iMldlero went across to
flsht for Wilson's 14 points. That
Isn't irue. Wc went across, not to
fight for tho leaguo ot nations, but
for ihf l ulled Slates.
"Jly brother Quentln didn't give
' hu life for weak Internationalism,
but for American ideals, American
Institutions and the conutltiilon pf
the Vnlted States."
Roosevelt declared that Governor
Cox is hypocritical In his- charges
against thu republicans. He said
Cox seemingly upholds tho constitu
tion, yet In tho next breath con
demns our senator because they
voted to uphold thc constitution.
Hon J V. Harrcld, republican
candidate for thc United States tf-'n-He.
who followed Roosevelt, brought
for'h a hearty laugh when he said.
'Of roure Oklahoma City and Tulsa
are friendly rivals, but rivals In a
good naturcd way. Wc don't mind
your tall buildings, or your beauti
ful homes, but let me say that when
you have any more lynchlngs, Okla
homa City 1h going to "follow you
with one ihe very next night,
Robins declared the treaty of
Shan ung is a direct aid to tho mili
tarists 0f Japan, who seek to rule
the onrnt rw Germany tried to rule
thj vh it
-41 not a (.mall thing you're
thinking nbout Ijntght," declared
Jinbintv, tho lat speaker of, tho eve
ning There have been only four
jum nines In hl-rtory. In all tho
thousands of s'ears. One was tho
golden ,ig0 of Clrceco when phll
osphv and science emerged from the
brain of man. another wan when thc
Jlast-. f ull men paid tho last full
acrifne on the croa. Next came
the discovery of America anil the
renaisanc-o. Once again tho freedom
or the human mind hay conic to the
urrjof. umJ n t-, (he preilent...
I" 1 Shnillfl fll Ihnl tU.x AA-
lion of naming, the election of liar
"la and the election of T. A. Chand-
w-ui'i oring about un Immediate
"auition In ihn rni f Hir, i
ono of "10 l,lan variety of
po Heal i,arH. There's an economic
ofilrleney In the world today; It will
3.U J nltcd Production to get the
j imng nacK to that of 1314."
Rohtns declared that If the re.
PUblll .,n urn
ih.u ,, . ".Mti mis year
P'y Mill mrnedlatelu ri,.,
tft UftA . HUIHC
children, vole for tho standards ot
justice and patriotism for which our
A rousing reception for Iloosevell
.in iirm planned at Hotel Tulsa,
iTotneroH uand played for almost
nn hour In tho hotel lobby while a
crowd gathered to welcome tho vM
tor. Tho heavy rain failed to deter
many from seeing and hearing
uoosevelt and Itoblns lift at
iv. m last night ror Wichita. Kan.,
where they speuk today
i-ouowing is tho transcript of
imoscvcii a spcecn:
"Wo Btnnd at this motnciit In a
ctltlcal period in this country! his
tory. Tho whole world lia been
shaken to Us foundations by the
cataclysm of the last five yenrs.
Economic standards have been over
set and fatso values) havo been scat,
tered to tho four wlnls. Uriftruo
tlon of human fn haif cut tho con
structlvo powers In hl generation,
for, ns In all warsi tho toll of death
has fallen moot hitlvlly on the flow
er physically and morally of the
community. All thin Is bad and In
itself would lu a difficult problem to
adjust. Hut this i, not all. These
are not tho most serious results of
tho great war.' The war over, thorn
has been bred up a condition of
nervous excitement and turbulent Ir.
rltatlnn. - The world over, th result
of this la manlfmtlng Itself. Illoody
wars aro raging in Kurope this year,
and revolutions, rapine and destrue.
ilon Wo In Mir country aro freer
than other nations from these con
ditions, but wo aro liono thn less
suffering from them, and we must
liono the les. bear thorn In mind or
we, too, llko Ktiropc, may bn whirled
Into riot iinil destruction. Tho coun
try over there is in grnvo unreal.
There Is a, combination of lackless
Indifference and violent oscllllatlons
or tiidiigiit. in ft republic tho suc
cess of tho govtTiimelit depends on
the .verage of the people, for tho i
government Is the nverngo of tho
people. When tho merago of the
people Is nwayod by gusts,of violence
from one extreme to another, a
republic is In grave danger. When
tho average of tho people tends to
net first nml think Afterwards1, the
results may be most serlourt, J
"When I was In Ihirope during Ihe 1
wnr, l foresaw that a condition such
as tills would be u aciucl to the
strain and expenditure of energies
In tho struggle and wrote to my fa
ther about It, In answering mo ho
phrased what Is tho danger In this
country so aptly that I am going to
quoto him. His letter ran There Is
grave danger that we jiiny bo driven
by an nllerntlon between fool reac
tion and fool radicalism Into a con
dition let us say one-half as bad as
that Into which Itus.la has been
driven by an alteration between
llomanofflsm and holhev!sm.'
"Wo must meet this danger with
clear eyes and n aleady hand. We
must meet It with honosty. Wo must
not blind otirselvcH to It and He
'Idle except for our bonstlng' until
wo nro swept Into the maelstrom.
o must steer our cmirso steadily
iiciweeii uie Hcyna of Dolshevlsm
arm tno un.iryiidls of hour ionium
"The democratic party has looke
im nun I'Miiur- as u it uvrn com
posed of cl.sses. Tho republican
party refuses, and rightly refuses,
to recognlio such ia thing as class.
We havo nn claxstft In thu country
and we must hOt,hao them. The
successful nmn ot 'today is the poor
boy of yesterday and the achieve,
inents of tho fatlwir will never hold
a position for the son. It , the son
who must make that position for
himself and by himself One of tho
finest tenetw of our national faith Is
expressed In tho homely proverb,
"every tub must stand on Its own
"At this very minute the demn-
lrratt nominee I trying tn foster j
nils laiiary oi Classes, lie is stnoiiti
CONTINfKtl ON N:.T PAUl!
Business Prospects Fine
Absolutely nothing Itho mailer with America and
we'll prove It.
Ton, and nil the rest of our 100 million Americans,
owed f0 earli tn foreigners befoto tho war. Today,
they owo each one of Us MOO.
We have only per cent of tho world s neonlo and
7 per cent of Its land; but we Americans produce
75 per cent of tho world's corn; 06 per rent nil;
MO per cent cotton, aluminum and copper; 52 per
iu i ci'iii nine, in per cent lend, silver.
Iron and steel; 2r per cent wheat; 20 per cent gold, and so on.
Our assets have gono up rnntlminusly and our liabilities have come
down. We nr rated on the books of prosperity as A A I plus our
taxable worth today Is Um. 000. 000, 000 In money.
IJverybody Hint wunts to work can get a Job and at wage., that
will Insure frwjd. a good homo and a sensible share of the' good
things of life.
So let's have more work, more good rheer; more production,
more faith business Is good, and always will be. In America
Ilusliiess Is also good at the biggest little store In town. Jowelrv
watches, diamonds and optical goods on credit.
McMinn Jewelry Company
120 EAST THIRD STREET
lie tiro ot
I IX I. in.
Wo air at 8
1U J rW AJm, 1mm-
8 West Third Street
He euro nf
Wo Arc at ft
1 1 In 1 to
GROUND FLOOR ROBINSON ARCADE
CONTINUING OUR IMPORTANT SALE OF
Offering Regular Values Up to
ih n , ' " iciy return nom
Ml ' 00 rF1 workers for tho gov
..- nt in Washington so they may
; - iiiuuiiciion.
Thon "n ', ,h.e ,PaBue of nations.
ju-nv-ii io yourseit and your
Name "Bayr" on Genuine
A E J
W I s
,,n'DAjnr,rTb'',", " 'Plrlh" Is gen-'
M prePSernKP,r0vVe'1 afo b' million
ovtr 1'" bed b' Physicians for
'"waini ni- PRC8B which
rls a lit ""hoche, Karache, Neu-
i """ " . nins anci fain,
' cent- i0Jt,f 12 l.(blts cost
.., DrugcUtB also sell larrer
irn.-t iBniri,, ,, ,,.,,1
Do you awake dull, tired,
and wanting more sleep?
TF vou wake un morninc after morninc feeling the need of more sleep, you cannot
-Jt Hope to overcome this handicap to health solely by going to bed earlier and getting
up later. Another important consideration is involved.
5 You must look to thc needs of bodily comfort as related to the cell and tissue renewing function which
must go on unmolestcd-within thc body during sleep. Your mattress must be more than comfortable to
the touch; it must be suited to' thc body, otherwise it can impair thc function of sleep without your
realizing it. s
5 The Scaly Sanitary Tuftless Mattress is designed to give the outer body that specific kind of comfor
most favorable to the functions of thc inner body. It is not only remarkable in this, but also becaus
This sale moans that the woman nf thrift can
satisfy her desire for style oxcliiHivcncss nt an
outlay far lcsa than she had any idea. Try and
see, no matter what your needs may he.
Satins, Serges, Tricotines
Taffetas, Georgettes, Silvertones
and Many Combinations '
The models will meet with the nnnrnvnl of'everv mm whn inVoa .wlvnnin, r M.t.
moderate price for there aro styles to suit every fiuurc models that
fashionably present pannlered And plaited uffeets, surplice and basque bodices
ovcrskirts as well as dresses slender in line.
One finds collarlcss frocks and others with dainty lace collars and vestcos Dresses
briKhtcned with a motif of vivid wool embroidery or adorned with unusual dcaiinis
in Kold thread embroidery even ruffles and tucks appear.
In colors one may choose taupe, brown navy, Copen or black.
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Women 's Men 's
neither time nor use can impair its original sleep-aiding qualities.
(jood Health Requires
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5 It possesses the facility to rise up and "fill
In" the arches of the back in a manner not
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wise It "gives" with such ease of resistance
under the weight of the body at the hips and
ihodlder as to relieve undue ptessure acalnst
the body at these prominent points.
J Theie.advantages are tccosnlied fundamen
tals of relaxful sleep upon which the func
tional processes of sleep are dependent.
The contact between the Sealy and the body
U uniform and natutal throuuhout.
oAn Ever -Resilient,
Single Tuftless Batt
IThc unbrolten, smooth Tuftlcy surface of
th; Sealy wins favor the Instant you pass
your hand across It.'
JThls pronounced characteristic is not only
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The Sanitary Tuftless Sealy never teally
(rows old, due to the fact that It Is a single
batt of long fibre cotton Inseparably Inter
woven by the Exclusive Sealy Air Weave
Thls batt originally stands five feet high. It
Is finally pressed down, Inserted Into and re
leased within the covering to the required
depth and softness of the mattress.
Old Fashioned Quality
The custom, Inaugurated by the Sealy Mat
treis Company nearly a half century ago, of
ulng only the highest rjrade cotton available is,
.Inrt.mittv tp.iftlaln t . t
Where a Tufud Mattress uill
sufice, rtier stslues than the
Sm!j-MiJ Brands lilted at the
right cannot be had, UU the
Sealy each u rruide cftluwely of
ttC materials and bears a label
fuarantrring the character end
quality of (ts contend.
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I I i
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sir u W mi jtmr mf mr & jmr ib mmm,m
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for the Wody
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