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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1920
I'uhlianeii I. very Minnies li.. iuKn H .mUr
BY TI1H WORM) I'l'HMSHINCi CO.
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Daily lliblical Quotaton
I'llIHA V. M'.I'T HI. 1 1120.
Incline your '.n mul onir- mitn tun. hear,
nnd your will shnll H". it fi'l I will make "
cverlnsllni envenom wiih S' ' 1 1 . Isu bb.i.
Our tltnl will every want wtipplir.
Anil fill our heart with pence;
I In give liy covenant mul by outli,
Tim rlchc nf III griien.
Heek ye the l.mtl while- he may l' found,
mil yo upon him while he In nonr. Int.
"llooze must be killed lt iiliiy killed," should
nn editorial willtr. Not mi Intnl. lirnOirr. There
urn member tif thn f.Unlly who limlM It piiii'I
: : I
Th AtniTlcati Irtilon hint for iniiiillm lit'"!!
ronfrontril with n uplfiullil oppnrtiinlty In KM
Into polltlcr In wny Hint no ttinn roiilil rom
plnlll of. Ily nXprMwIntf ttnrlf rrganllriK tlin
".iKun of niUloiiK lin, ulwyn prtirliiltnril n
non-pnrtlMin Imiiio. It roiilil havp rnnilrrril woli
iliTfnl wrvlco to lht rntinlry. Anil thrrn l nn
Intti tlint tnuclirn kphiiIiki Aincrlriinlimi vnry
Inlliniiti'ly. We womlpr thnt no ninny ronvtm
llonn of tlm IfKlon huvn Iitii Itrlil wlthntit ttnnin
iiollon bclnB tnki'ti on thin nmttur. If mml-pi-lltlcnl
action In ilrklrcil hro In a milijert illrcotly
THK HMOSKVIldT Kri!r.C1l.
Tillmi rtlil ltrlf protiil In tlm matter of mii
plyinK n ntiillrnrn for tlm two illntlnKulnhnl
tipcnkprn who itpprnrnt In Convention hall
WnlnrtMlny rvrnltiR. It wan u mipnrli nmllt-nco,
both In quantity and quality. It behavior wnn
ThoiiRh tho elementn were In a tantrum, rcti"
rtctiiK Dim rvenlnir unlnvltlns for a trip away
from linum comfort, thotmaniln of Tulmi cltlzrnn,
rcprfMfnUttlvo of every walk nml vocation nf
life, packed Convention hall until ntnndlui; room
wan oxhaustcd, Thn nudlenco cheered tho unii
of Theodoro thnn after time; It applauded the
oratorical flight of Col. ltohln. Hut It wait
the ncntliliiK and unequivocal roudemnatlnn of
tho Iiuikuo of natlonn that broucht fotth tho
(pontauroux outburnta of approval, and that In
the point we wlith to direct uttrntlon to In par
ticular. The audience In Convention hall Wednemlay
tiveulrtR tlemouetratrd beyond queiitlou that It
Is tho International proposal prrented In thn
leaRiie covenant that thn American people are
thinking of more than any other Inmie. It dent
onetrated, too, that the people want an outright
declaration of unqualified oppoHltlon to that
mntiHtrourt lulquliy, that they nrn tired of back
ItiR and fllliiR, that there la nn Justification for
the timid oppoMtlon to the league manifested by
Home peakeiH who couple with their opposition
for tho leitRun a declaration for a lenRtie.
Tim rnoi'iii: ok oki.aho.ma aiu:
AGAINST ANY I.KAdtH:'
Let that fact be blazoned from thn housetops.
Let uvery rpeaker who iippenrs under republi
can atmplce make no equivocation. Senator
llardltiK, In hla epeech of acceptance, In hU ad-
dreMi of AtiKtiMt IS. nnd ngnlu In neutralising
the trtatement of Wlckerham, mado clear and
npeclflc the true republican poolllon. There let
Tho most nmailtiK thlnp In all Amerloiu po
litical history l the difficulty muno polltlclatia
exierlcnce In accepting tlm tremendous fact that
thn American people, urn unalterably opposed
to tho W lino n league and ask nothlnir more at
this time than nn unqualified pledge that It
will not bo imposed on the nation.
With full fnlth in tho patriotism, ntatesman
Hhlp and clonr-cyed remnnttion of national duty
which animates those lenders who defeat tho
league, the great body of AmnrlMu citizenship
Is content to outrusi to them the task of prop
orly cndttiB the war and re-establishing Inter
national relation in perfect' harmony with pat
A tew hours beforo Col. Ilaoscvcli nnd Col.
Hoblns delivered tholr addrott-es In Convention
h&D. Ccnator Harding upokn to an immense
audlonca la Minnesota. It wan his first speech
ivway from homo, and to It he had devoted much
mention. It was a preat state paper, covering
a multitude, of eubjoctn and containing cotnmlt-
menta respecting vnrloui Issues mora or 1c.m In
volved In tho campaign, llocauso ho had on
i Irc1ou occasions made his position clear with
re-ferenco to tho league, -ho did not devto much
timo to that subject.
Yet when ho did touch upon It and strewed
tho necessity for preserving Amerlonn nation
ality. JI previous applaue, which hud been gen.
rrous, appeared weak nnd forced compared with
the gre.U outburst of approvat which followed.
It Id th league, with tta terrifying posalbtl
Itleri, thai agitate tho minds of American men
fttid .wfiwea overjwhere, They urc willing to
iiiIib for urnniMl tin piopnr 0'l !"' ""l'J'l"ii
f alt ilompmir prohlfrnd by tlm I canflnlitto inl
pitrty whlrfi will pi"'!" IhDHl. utiylPMInB nppoil'
Hon in InlfrimtlorinllniTi In itiy form.
run uooscvnir aitiuii
Bom people prnfemi to be tlfiabln to urcotmt
for the enlhilMiislle reception orconlrtl Theodore
ItonMVfll, Jr., dtirlnn hi visile lo Oklahoma.. He
wnl nil but mobbed hy DnthtlBUirtlr and aflmlr
in; friend at Vlnlta who sownbl lo nhk hl
hantl. At Okmulften he iok to n thronn of
four thoiinnntl people Bmlilil on a lreet cor
ner and who waited limn Ut greet him with
terrific eiithiltmil. At Convention hull In Mil
rity, with a rolnttonn shrlekln thrntmh the
.Irn'l. he wm wildly arclalineil by a multitude
wlioowi number can only be onllmated.
The perpleAwl erllle erll them H no renoti
for tich a demotmtrittloii ovnr'n mre youth who
In without k piibllo tecnnl.
lttit there l a ronnnn vry potent, patent
lea sun. II la) the Ituoonvrll ninitl. Am won very
antly !ted by the mnler of rernmonle lit Its -trodurlng
the young man. theuiatne of Itoowovelt
the elvllwed world over, tntili for elnntl living,
elrnlglit llilnhltiK and Inletmn Amerleanlsin. Thn
Itnnnnvelt who gave the nnmo that standing Ih
ileinl, hut In life he wm for ynnra thn world'H
mod popular eharaeter.
Thnt only In part account for tho popularity
of tin nan. 1'or he ha earned something for
himself. A the father whs nn Inspiration to tlm
American people for year, so I tlm son a model
of joiitig American manhood who I fant prov
ing lilitwelf ill n worthy son of an Illustrious litre.
Ills life lyplfle all that is best and safest In
young manhood. Ill devotion to llin homo, tho
pildn he take In hi four children, the homagn
lie pays parenthood, at otirn put him ri elbow
Jniich with the real Nnntlttmnt that constitute,)
the hcnrl-hnnt nf tho republic.
Ills Intense Americanism, nnd liU open es
pousal of public servlcn ns hi life's work, make
a tremendous- appeal lo Urn young men and
women a well as (heir parent. What could ha
finer than hli conception of the electoral fran
chise an he nxplalneil lo that nudlenco Wednes
day evening- to tine the ballot, after hearing nil
sides In a campaign, with an eye to it effect
on the children of the household? Teddy, tho
elder, never said anything finer made a morn
Inspirational appeal to thn itlwayn sound Meals
of thn young men nf America.
The Itnosevelt appeal ha for many yenrs been
terrific. It una hard on an affectionate bo.
Ilef In thn rugged honesty and daring coiiragn
of a man thn American publlo permitted to make
mistaken, Ai tho American publlo loved nnd
trusted the great lender for what he hid actu
ully accomplished, so It loves and trusts the
younger for what It hopes and believe ho will
That and that alnne explain the enthusiastic
reception being given Theodore, Jr., wherever ho
appoarn among the friends nf lh fallen leader.
The Wllson-Cor democracy ha thn greatest
mailing list eer used In n presidential campaign.
Thn various war-board and bond-drlvn organ
izations fiirnlehrd it. Ily this mentis Utn coun
try I being flooded with campaign propaganda
licntgned to secure mipport for tho democratic
Rome of the argument are decidedly illumi
nating, showing with what earn tho real Issue
nrn bring avoided, how conscienceless tho prnp
pandlst are In dellberntn misstatements. Kor
Instance, from the sheet bearing dato "S-28-';0"
we takn thin:
Senator Harding promb"1 "threaten"
would be n better word If elected, to com
pletely reverse the foreign policy of tho
Let us see what thU would mean in even
a few familiar particulars:
A repudiation of the Monroe Doctrine,
which has been the established policy for
nearly n hundred yenrs. including drover
Cleveland's Venezuela meee-ige: 'The
I'tilted State I practically sovereign on tlila
continent and Hm flat Is law."
Repudiation of the Spanish-American war
and the return of Cuba. Porto Itlco and tho
Philippines to Spain.
Itepiidlntlnn of the policies jhnt kept tta
nl peace with Hurope (except for the Span
ish war) for mote than a hundred yearn,
nnd keep", us at peace with Japan now.
Itrptiill.it Ion of the treaty under which we
built the l'an.imn Canal.
Iteturn of Alaska to Itusela. -llcpudiatlon
of our entrance Into tho
World War to overthrow Oermnn autocracy
and make tlm world safe for democracy.
Hcpudlatlon of our refusal to recognltn
tho ltolshevlk government.
Kepudlatlou of our policy of non-lnter-ventlon
After reading that one I entirely prepared
for the following statement of dlsgum penciled
on It margin by the Wynona, Oktnhomn, gen
tlemen who mailed It In:
"Pure rot. I ant not a Cox-wiUen demo
crat. Heading this pnge eonvlnreA mo that
the committee or bureau mtiet think n good
many democrat are damphools."
Blhonesiy. Insincerity that explain it nil.
Tho on thought Is to mislead and fool the po.
pie. not to Inform them nnd serve their best
.V APPllALINf! OAS PU.V
Tho gas conservation plan stiggeated by City
Attorney Duncan offers poaelbtlitlea. it rings
ound. It ha been tho custom to encourage
4ipvy consumption of gas by scaling tho price
down to Ihoie who use the most. Unquestion
ably that policy la In line with old entabllshnd
Mr. Duncan proVoces that tho base price ho
the price made to email consumers, and tlHit It
Increase ns consumption Increaewr. Tlm. the
Industrial titer of gag would be required to pay
inoro than tho customer who merely uiod gns
to heat his home and cook hi meal.
No doubt tho profligate use of gns for puhlle
building ruid factory fumacett would cease. He
cause, coat and oil would Instantly become more
economical. Thus would gun be conserved for
home purpose. And that Ja right The World
liaa every dlfpodtlon to fully endorse the Dun
ran plan. It offer , way for the c-rp -an.-n
tommlsalon to render tho cm consumers of ihi
j mate a real service.
II, (Ilia lrli.n.
According lo Lilna Watkln, court clerk "f
fJrarty county, domestic dlfferiinre over polltl'.il
election Is the eaiwe of the Increased number
of divorce suits In that county.
Naturally l wit Hill Hug, n farmer near King
flslier, who claim lo have Invented an tnstrti'
inent or rll nverltig oil.
A we understand II, an Investigation of Judge
Lynch'H execution U hampered by legal tltriito.
llitn. The thrill .nd wurprlsn caused bv Oovern r
ltoherlwm prompt expreiwlon of disapproval
of mob violence I beginning to die out
Home promoter would make a clean up In
Tula If he could only match !ght Mtwren
Ijempney and Umplro Iturklny.
Tenneasee'ii legldaltiro yielded to political ex
Igencle and then gut sorry for It too I He
Oovernor Cox may hnvn oilier re.ienns for
roncludlng that TuIh I a "live" town when he
come here and attempt to decide which of the
two reception committee lie will officially rc -tisrnlr.
The "official" emitity committee, com
posed of a huky hunch of body snatcher. will
meet wioti to compb'tn It nrrnngementn to grub
Hie rnndldatn omewhero between hern und
Another thing, say lit" Dallas) News, when a
man who can't wlm marrie a girl who can
wlm he might Jiid well go jump In the creek.
Lloyd tlenrge y If the Irish will quit hoot
ing and Hhnntlng Kngllsh policemen be will turn
May MacHwIney loose. And somelioilv has said
the Honorable Lloyd Oeorge Is not spiteful.
Barnmclvr of Public Opinion
i A "I'lml 'reliant."
Kdltor World Now Is the time for all rent
hogs to come to tho aid of their pocketbook.
Apropos of tlm recent article published In
your paper relatlvn to tho exorbitant IncreaBO In
rent applied to the tenant of certain npa.rt.
ment houses and their Just protcest ngalnst
such proceedings, statlstlCH speak n llttlo louder
than word nnd the following figures of Income
und expense pertaining to nn apartment housn
may throw mmn light nn the Inordinate greed
nf i.ri.miriv owner. These figure are not ex
act to thn cent, but they nro approximately
correct, nnd urn based on the rental before tho
Increase whs demanded'
Tin. Iniitiltni: contain 40 apartment. 20 one
room anil kitchenette nnd 20 two-room nnd
kitchenette, with baths. The one-room apart
men bring a rental of $1,175 per month; , the
two-room apartment. 11.IS5 per mnntn. n
tot.il of tl.fian per month, or $31,So per year
nnn lanltnr Is nald 1900 tier year: thn electric
light bill should not oxcra1 1060 nnd the gn
bill $1 200 tier yenr. An allnwnnce of II oon
per winter to heat thn building seem quite
nmplo. Till give ti a totni expense oi n.uuu
ner venr. I haven't forgotten repairs, but nm
unable to rcmemtier whether It Is 30 cent or
a half dollar tlmy have ct aside for thii ex
pense Subtracting Jl.OflO from J31.6B0 leaves
n tidy sum of $27, BOO per yenr Income. I nm In
formed the building cost around $12.1.000 to
construct, nnd I feel sure this Is an exaggera
tion considering its fllmslness and cheap ma
terial. However being nf n generous nature, we
allow $ 135,000 tn stand nnd find that thn Income
Is only 22 per cent. I'll bet he Is not paying 10
per rent for t)in use nf the money, but If so he
lins n net 12 per cent. Now, when this np
prnxlnuitely 25 per rent Increase In renta goes
Into effect, you can do your own figuring as to
the net Income It will produce.
Poor property owner! On the road to the
poorhoueo and the hl-Jacker nil strung lip.
l"l say this for thn misguided hl-Jacker, he
doesn't hold you tip every month In thn year!
Tho property owner forjtet that this town if
composed of nnd supported by average people
on nvernge enlarle. the mnjorlty of whom nrn
rent payers. You run tho average person out
of the town nnd see what you have left. Or.
goad the average, long suffering person to the
limit nnd he'll -well, I suppose It's all on ac
count of Increase freight rates.
A THIRD TENANT.
Tulsa, Sept. 3.
Ilrlplug llmmy win.
Kdltor World: The following Is a little
"squib" thnt should work in the line with other
slogans that aro helping Jimmy In tho coming
A man who knows not
And knows not
That he knowB not
I n fool
Shun him Woodrow Wilson.
A man who know not
That ho know not
Teach him William J. Dryan.
A man who know
And known not
That he know
AwnVio htm James Cox.
A man who know
That he knows
Is wise a
Pollow him WAItnBN 0. HAItDINO.
Tulsa, Sept. 4.
tiii.vos happk.v roit Tin: nr.ST;
tCepyrtght. 1920. hy 13dgar A. Ouest)
Things mostly happen for the beat,
Howover hard It seems today
When om fond plan tins gone, astray
Or what you'd wished for most was lost
An' voti nit cnuntln' up the cost
With ce half -blind by tear o' grief
While doubt I chokln' out belief
Tou'll find when all Is understood
That what seemed bad waa really good.
Life can't bo counted In n day.
The proent rain that will not stop
Next autumn mean a bumper crop.
We wonder why some thing must tie.
Care' purpose we can seldom see
An' yet long afterward we turn
To view the past, an' then we learn
Tint what once filled our minds with doubt
Woa good for u a It worked out
I've never known an hour of care
Hut what I'e later come to see
That It had brought some joy to m.
J!vcn the sorrow I have borne,
Lcavln' me lonely an' forlorn
An' hurt an' bruised an' sick nt heart
In life's great plan have had a part.
An' though I could not understand
Why I should bow to Denth'a command,
A time went on I came to know
Thnt It wn really better so.
Thing mostly happen for the best. '
So narrow Is our vision here
That we are blinded by a tear
An stunned bv c,-ry hurt an' blow
Winch i.mrs t-liv t, Wo us V
An e' s me to w. ! f'rd
"f'l.v wtii t.' el njf t was kind
M ' 'tii'gs ' 1 w si . i ae.ed
t in 1 ' li'mnt
IT SEEMS HE DOESNT KNOW HER
i 'jy ; m
sc Husband a
Uv jane pheu
Tho Hole nf Hither Confc-v-or.
"Now what la If."
Klsio usked llo question when,
make Hob see thing, life, ns I .aw
them I ve walked the floor at night.
I hnvn agonized over him when ho
ha been sleeping ns quietly lis a
child. I have loved bin. with all my
heart nnd nt tho nme time hnvo
driven him from mt Did you ever
sen or hear such a muddlo oh I have
made of my life?"
' Yes. Margaiel. Many havo done
as badly as you have. And with no
chance to retrieve themselves."
"lOlslo were yoi ever Jealous?
lteally Jealous of tinnthcr woman?"
"I told you once Margaret that I
nearly lost Tom by my actions. Well
I nearly lost htm to another
Don't laugh nt no Klste. Hut I
am Jealous of Miss Keating. For the
first time in my It'e I am nfrald of
another woman when Hob is con
cerned. No ono knows better than
you do that It was the kind of peo
after luncheon, wo were coitly by
ourselves In bet sitting room.
"It Is that Mln ivcitlng." i re
"You Hon l wane worus. no you
Mnrgaret? What has Mis Keating
"She hasn't done anything that I
know of. It Is what the may havo
dono. or may do."
"1 don't-thlnk I understand.
"Tell mo all you know about her
Please, then I'll tell you If 1 can.
Just what I mean."
I Know very lilt e. .Margaret, one
Is one of the women who John Ken
dall find so interesting that no
wants nil hi frlond-i to know them
too. ltemember 1 never had seon
her until tho nigh: of my dinner.
If tit 1 nsked John to tell me of her,
ple he saw,
to which I
and he praised lu'r very highly."
"So did Hob."
"What did Hob mV"
"That hIhi had ,o much magne
was u thought of any one woman In
my mind: no doubt of Hob's loy
ally." "And now thero Is?"
tism, so much personality she didn't
need beauty, nnd that he didn't even
know if she wa beautiful or not."
"lteally' well that .i Just the way
Hon u moro
'alio affected nie that Is in a man
ho ever ha
In mo beforo
ner she did. Whin thc talks no is
so vivacious: wn.ii fiic ays is so
Klsle I do not
worth while that ou don't tninK
anything nbout her physical at
but I can't
"A dangerous woman
"No, I don't think to'." Elsie In
terrupted. "Just a fascinating ono.
I commence to see a nine iigni.
"I said once Klsit- that when n
man loved a woman he would do
anything and everything she wanted
him to. Now I say mat n a woman
really loves a man she finds nothing
too hard to do for him notning.
"You hne changed Margaret "
"I hope so. Hut It is all owing
to you Hlsle You made me see
what a selfish wretih 1 was. how 1
thought of nothing, no one. save my.
self, and my own wines.
"You colled it 'duty ' "
"Yes. nnd I was honest In It- At
least vott'll conced that."
"Yes, Mnrgaret, no one who knowB
von could doubt your absolute non
esty You were ti be pitied in hat
you made llfo so hard for yoursell
anil for linn
"Yhs. Klile. and I sould smile to
think how I ngnnlic.l over trying to
i I was setting out on our frunt e'eps i
I est se'tlng there and suddenly all of
I a su.tden I smelled a smell like Nora '
I I ne'.lnt btsklt back In the kltchln.
Th felter that's rawn' up for
ra. taj hau i gcr t buj one
hem paperv '"-i ' a' " "leracj
esrr- n l.uc 0 nancr.s
uue is well, I wouident eat one of y-ur old
Murf, who's the dame?'
of sawdust und turpentine and old
Youll wish you was made of saw
dust If you dont cleer out of heer,
KCd Nora starting to look
If you handed me one
blsklts rite this mlnlt
out o the window, I sed.
Sunithlng besides blsklts can h.
throw imI out tho window, sod Nora.
Meelng me, nnd I sed, Ive saw fun
ny looking glsklts before but bleevo
me those nre tho funniest looking
blskit I eer aw.
If you catch ono In the
no runnier looking still.
Mc thinking. O bnv. she's
throw ono tn n mlnnlt.
Woll Id rather catch It
than on thn foot and bo lamo tho
i est of mv life.
Take that, sed Nora. And wnt did
she pick up nnd throw nt me but n
old wet dish rag, and It hit mc rito
In the middle of tho face feollng
Proving If everything hnppened the
wav you fhnwt It would you would
never be serprlzed
The hnbasu nut of nrnzil Is 0
per cent oil and onenill hum for
an hour li n match be applied to I'.
the places he went
objected. Thero never
The total annual rainfall on all
the land In the world is estimated
at 29 317 cubic miles.
haven t rone ns far ns
somethlin; tells mo that
tntereiteil In her mill
been t-i anvonn even
we were married. And
underrate her dnnxer
on charm, that charming personal
ity Hob spoke of. It Is more an Im
have than anything elso
throw n off "
what you wanted advieo
"Well here It Is. He a sensible1
girl and get that notion out of your
head The first thing ou know vnu
will be wishing a love affair on Hob.!
00 home and mnlto up vour mlnd
to be nice to MIsh Keating. Invite
her to your house, let Hob see you
are neither narrow nor Jealous I
Heallv dear I don't think you have
the slightest reason. You are so
nnxlmis thai everything looks like n
stumbling block to vour happiness.
Don't give up Margaret, you'll win
him yet." I
If I had had a lesser love for
Itohert I perhaps would have beeni
a happier woman. I had my boys
my lovely home, now many kind,
friends. Hut without Hob all was na
ashes In my mouth His love was al'
that could make life endurable I
thought, all there win vorth striving
1 left Klsle in a much happier ,
frame of mind thai when I went to
her. She had talked or laughed me
out of what sho rullo'j mv super
stition regarding Charlotte Keating
Hob did not con e in until af'er
1 had retired In tn morning h"
nm as courteous "is nsjal but there
wns something dlsquletlnc In his at
titude, something I could not
'a h m.
Tomorrow A hitter fight tilth self.
Term If Deslrci!
nnl I quick went back, being Jest wat
It was. and I stood tn the kltchln j
door a wile watchlns her taking them
out of the pans, saying, Can I hive
one please Nora
Ynu can not, youll wait for your,
meels the same ns everybody e'.ts in I
the house .sed Nora Her still being!
mad a' me for making a noise like !
a sad Pit outside the kltchln window i
l.ist night wile she was setting In
there wtlh her fello. And I kepp on
standing in the diir looking and
sen. r. ng urn1 .i'ter awl I h iwd '1
I t ' make her "ai ni i h
tPrw- a biskn at me a-M I an h v
Wirh I started to do saying -
(buklts cnyway, theyrc ony made outl
About Town and
In Hold Lohhit,
in m.-i a noura Te .
hl) way 'o .Marlon, t mo ,
Senntnr Tlnrtllnt M- f. .
" 'n n ,
make tho trip In his Iin.u, -
six, nnd expect to t.nry awh.ij ,1
tho principal cltle4 along the
Hpenklng of politics, Mr iL
wiy tho situation down his .
looks good for tho republican Xnj
He I tho republican cnndi.Ut. to,
stntn senator In the rlistri t
poed of Lincoln nnd Pott.in
countle and confldftttly ex,.
ovorcomo a democratic i:.ii.,nij
of 1.200. J "l
Thn most crying need In i
the prosent timo frrm n Hm . w .
nmnltarlan slnndpoint I tlm w,,llt
Ing girls boarding home. i.e. .a,,
to Hart AndrnsK, assoilnte ih-.r,,
of the home serviro progrmi i,r )ri
Solvation Army, wno Is her. to ir
tercet tho citizens in n i.imi pn to
ralso $40,000 tor ouildlng hun .Ph
nn instlutlnn. "Tulsa 1 dnlnp pin
dldly for It m.-n nt.d bn . ,4
Amlross. "Tho Y. M. ( A. In Us l ow
department keeps In close i.,irh
with tho lads coming under in
pervlslon nnd the Tulsa br . m,,,,,,
that the llotary club has fount, ,
one of tho grcates rrovemen"- o, .
kind ever started In the stit. b'u,
for the girls In needy ctrrumsnni-r,
iiiun mm neen none in spue . r ifi
fact thnt this Is n very Imp irtcnt
brnnch of Snlvntlon Armv aiilvitv
I bellevo that when he Tul-a pro
plo nrn nfford'd the opportune
they will do ns much for the c.rli i.
Nhey aro doing for the boys "
"Strikebreaking la proving ,
profllablo profession In Demor at
present." Itohert Hoico Cnrror who
returned tho first of September
from n two months stay In Denver.
aid yesterday. "When I loft Dtn
vor. each strikebreaker was recciv
lug half of the carfares paid duilnz
tho day on tho sirect car upon
which he was conductor or motor
man. Car fares often totaled ovr
$100 per day, a Mini In addition to
tho wages given by tho street rail
way company. Tho MrlkobreakMJ
would ask you to give them iM ln
stend of siroct-cnr tickets, which they
would often throw out of the y.n
dow or give to other passenger! At
tio timo of my depaiture for T:iw
Jitneys were vtllt being operator ty
thn strikers. 1'or a while the strikers
ran Jitney free, outgoing news
about tho strike was censored in
Donver. One of thn most 'striking
Incidents of the struo was. pcrhap
tho attack by strikers on the bull!
Inn of tho Denver Toet On the
'morning nftcr' tho streets near th
building wero covered three inchei
deep with paper. Strikers nlso fired
on n church In which ttrlkebreakers
took refuge. One night when s'rike
brenkers wero stationed on thereof
nf the tram building and an attark
of strikers was expected, automo
bile were kept running nround the
building all nigh long to prevent
storming of tho hutldlng "
"If 'Ted' wasn't ns young nnd ath
letic ns ho Is, ho couldn't stand the
constant weary grind of this upenk
Ing tour," Haymond Itoblns, whn Is
making tho circuit with Col Theo
dore Itoosevelt, Jr. snld1 while here
Iloblns nlwnys calls him "Ted and
he doubtless Is sufficiently Intimate
with the Hoosovelt family to have
this privilege. "Ted Is nlways full
of pep and ginger Hut occasionally
he gets a little more than his vigor
ous constitution will stand and hi
is forced to rest n few minutes
Wednesday's program was nbnut th
most strenuous he had experienced
He wasn't Injured tn either nf th'
plane accidents, but thev dls'urhed
his mini a little; then the 'rip
to Okmulgee nnd his speech there
together with tho trip from Okmul
gee to Tulsa, part of which a'
made in n driving rain almost t."1
him. Hut he rested 30 minutes nn
was ready to go again M-ivs "i
noticed that his speech at
ball didn't Indicate he was 'a 1 i" '
of your old
Id throw It
eyn It will
And I scd.
In tho eye
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