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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1920
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H.vn iiK.W, smr. ii. man.
Ilrtithrrii, lvc diligence I" make your rail
ing and election sun for If ye do then1 thlrma
J shall never full S I'd I 10
Though we are foible. Chflat In atmng,
III! promise are triif
We shall be ronquerora nil ere long.
And morn than t'tuiqiiorotn tori
Knr o nn entrance shall be ministered unto
you abundantly Into Iho nvorlasllng kingdom or
our Lord nnd Savior Jesus Christ. 3 Pot, I: It.
Now that the president has begun comliiK out
4 thn front door of llm white house, thn country
can look forward to n diversion In tho frotit
1 porch campaigns.
tiii: Ji.x.n.sTY or statu
The governor linn nskod for tho removol of
thn two sheriffs from whom mobs wrurud prla
nnrra. Tho governor Im Insistent Hint tho majesty
of stato ho vludlcatod. Hp lit right, til ere, too.
Hut If removal from officii In to ho thn pen
ally Inflicted on official who permit prisoners
In their charge to .he bunged for crimen thor
oughly proven, what l thn penalty to lo itiiieiwed
'aaalnnt a chief oxecutlve who pardonn rrlmltialH
from tho penitentiary after tho rourtn havn put
Tho KOvcrnor ',n" rained a question of official
ethics that In bound to provo emharrannlne to
himself nnd frlcntlH. Tliern In Rolns to bo nn
. explosion In thin pardonlnR orpy ono of theiw
daM thnt will explain many thlngii. When tluit
f explosion taUea plarn thn Rovernor will pray
' for the rockn nntt hills to hldo him.
There wa a Umo In Oklahoma when an of
ftclal r.ould secure absolution by Rlvlnc tho llo
to any charge hrnusht nRalnst hint, no matter
' liow heinous tho offenso or circumstantial thn
proof. Happily, that time Is past. The. people
nro now not only wlllltiR to belltivo, but they aro
Erectly for tho opportunity.
Pacta, cannot alwaya bo ronr.ealed. And Junt
a fe, uniueitloned facta are necessary to un
mask tho roRuca and their purposes behind nil
this pardonlnR business. And then thn earth
quake will occur. Wo feel absolutely sure that
the Rrent maiH of democratic citizens have be
come tired of tlnfendliiR crlnjlnallty In high
places and thus makliiR their party tho party of
crooks nnd hypocrites. Wo feel confident that
the Umo ha passed when such characters can
cover up themselves by aynere partisan appeal
to partisan prejudice.
Tho great realization hna stolen home to
people of nil political fulthu that thero Is no
difference between tho necessities of repub
licans, ilemocrnta or sorlallntH. Tho politicians
aside, nil need nnd deslrn thn samn tliliiK fair.
Just, honest and economical Roveinment. Thin
none, of them nre receiving In Oklahoma. Thn
governor, the Vely heml of lite nynleni, foobf
nobody with his righteous outburslH ngiilnut
"lawlessnewi;" that Is, foolti nobody but himself.
Ills chief claim to distinction In after yearn
will rcM on tho undisputed fact that he was tho
Innt head of the bourbon machine, anil that his
overplaying of his hand caused It to tumbln.
P 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 ' I VS. OOVKItNOIt,
The Worbl holdn no brief for Sheriff Woollcy.
It Ih rompcllod to admit that hi lemoval from
, office, would bo In the Interest of good govern
. ment. Not necoeaartly becnusn of hla ilcrvllctlon
In tho mob case, but hecnusti of a long and un
broken record of Inefficiency prior to that event,
llo may have connlvnl with the leadera of tho
"mob" which hanged Helton. If so, then his
removal In Justified on that ground nlono.
Hut It la utterly absurd for the governor's rep
resentative to ask for a honrlng before the su
premo court on tho ground that "parllsun po
litical bias" present a fair trial In Tulsa county.
Kherlff Woollcy in a democratic official glneo
when hna "partlnan bias" against democratlo
ottlcubolduro shown Itself In TuUa county?
Bnpvwso Shcrlfl Woollcy should file a ernes
bin. raking Uio covurnor's removal for freeing
Ucrhnlnala avhat -would tho governor do about
. '"wtiat jik rnojusra vi.it na,nxiL"
Georgia democrat! evidently dont takn to
fiat kind of a candidate, Rveirl'ody remetjibera
who Tom Watson ! nocJallflta, rouchneok and,
political advtmturr In geau&l. llverybody m
momberwwhatJiapponetl to Wm.at Frtsra, whon.
Vllson-Cox democrncy booted Jilm from ttie.
Wonventlon In splto of tho fact that a majority
of lila homo folki had commissioned him to rep-.
resent them In that body.
Tom returned homo and launched hla canw
'palgn for tho democratic nomination for tTnlted,
Utatta Dcnator from Goorgla. His platform win
bno of nnbcndlng and militant opposition to the
JcaCHQ.rwJtlVllSoalivd dem.ocr.a.cj'. TAgMT3X
amuiiii.aiiouiaaiitJl'1 m ft"'
. other candidates In the field acalnat him- -Smith,
the present incumbent rind A. auppfrter
of th teaffiin with reservatlone; and a gfentle-
nnn of the Wilson ruhbtr alamp variety, who
favored the league M It was offarad.
There warn a food many ronatina why Wabufi
should ha iKien defwitml; hilt a rlnKle raason
whv he should b elnotad. That reason Wrti hH
rninpnlarn lasw unylnldlne oppoaltlon t all
thlnita Wllaon. Iln won. hndnaornely. on Tnwt
tay. WlnnlnR th nomlantlon meam wtnnlna;
I he election. Ho Tom WaUn, tha all hut lm
poaathln, gnea to Ihu awnnta aa more reproaan
intlva of the people of Ueorarl than any man
who aecepta Ilia laairun In Any form.
I.et the Wilson CoxlU everywhere read tha
Oaecla returns carefully and study tha nampHlBn
cmidupted there rloeety. Wlmt Oallay came
vary near acoernpllahlnj n Taxaa, Tom WftUmn
did aeei.mpllah In tlaorgta. There sro threa
million democrats In the ciuth eraay to "vlndl
rata" the Internationalist president lit simitar
Tin; i:.vi or ;it.Mti:imv.
The undertakers have got, I N Oranlierry
thla tiro. Nina time diirUir the aat twelve
months, thla Texsa myatery han been pronounced
dead by Internet!, In each crt thn cailHe of dnntli
being attributed to wood alcohol, mid In ennh
ease thn resurrection occurring Just nn tho un
dertakers took charge. Iln died again thn other
riny, and thin tlmn the undertaken took no
chaiicea. They embalmed Mr. (Iranberry. Ills
reaiirraellnn hualnean waa dsmorHllalng their
IMII'.SnitVI.NO TIIIIIIl I'AltTV.
Thn program of the tlnfftiraonlan deniurrnta
wlio are orKnnlalng throughout tha stnto for thn
pinvoan of reputllallng tho lengun of natlona
proposal which liaa been put forward as demo
cratic doclrlnn In not only clenr, but loglenl.They
purpot defeating the proportion oh domocratH.
To defeat It they will bo compelled to voto
thn republican ticket In every Inntnnee where,
a candidacy Is Involved with that, laatin. ThK
of coursn, forceo litem to oppose I'nrrls, tho
senatorial enndidato of the ilemociatlc party,
who In making his campaign an n league advo
rnln and Wilson democrat Hut they will mnkn
'their fight against Kerrln aw deniocmtH and In
the Interest of true democratic doctrine nnd tho
fvnntunl aalvatlon of tiielr party.
Thero nre those who perhnpn will any that
rlectorn aro oppoeed lo the league should Join
lite republloiin parly Hut these disregard the
prncllral elementa of politics. Tho lurn of parly
Is Rreat. Long partisan aaaoclatlnn breeds an
affectionate regard for the mern name. Ho far
from tills behiR nn Indictable offennn It Is a com
mendable thing. Tho American synlcm of gov
ernment requlrrs two strong political organisa
tions. It follows that thn prennrvntlon of the
democratic party an a cnnxtltutlonal party, Is
fully nn great as thnt tho prenunt democratic
party be defeated In November.
The Jeffersonlnn democratfl of tho state pur
pose thn preservation of tho democratic party
which unquestionably Is not constitutional.
Tho World Is sometime known ns a rather
vlrllo republican paper. As such It accept tho
service purposed by thn Jeffersonlnn democrat!)
na patriotic from a national standpoint, sound
from a dttmncrntlo' standpoint. Republicans of
tho slato will feel complimented whenover anil
wherover they find themselves supported by
.MIIIJriN'O Till: ISSUIIS SQITAUHIiY.
KCi:Ni:: Hear platform of tho Cox special,
somewhero In America; nswmbly of curious
rltlzena gathered lo seo tho irhow.
OOV, COX: "Hero Is another lead for you,
noawpaper men. Tha republicans nro raining a
campaign fund with which to purchase tho
I'lRHT CITIZKN: "What about tho league of
OOV. COX: "Theyvo levied quotas on tho big
SKCONTt CITIZKN- "Hut, tell ut, governor,
nbout the Iwnien of tho campaign. What do you
think of X'jllmm nutneracy?"
OOV. COX. "Tho mmntn oligarchy la trying
to run the country "
T1IIHI) CITI.UN! "Hut aside from that,
what about tho extravagance of tho Wilson ad
ministration. Will you, If elected flro tho hun
dred thousand usrlces clerks In tho various de
partments, and get the government b.iclt to con
ntltutlonal form nnd requlrementa?"
OOV. COX: "Chairman Hays should bo fired.
l'OUHTH CITIZKN: "Hays Isn't running for
president, governor. Do you wnnt tho United
Htntoa Involved In nil tho Kuropaan wars? Do
you dispute that the lenguo will do that?"
GOV. COX: 'Tho president at Versailles ac
complished a greater task than our soldiers In
tho field, hut tho republicans aro gottlng tho
money nnd It looka like-"
riltST CITIZKN; 'Tho lJerBdoll boya nntl
Ildson Ford and tho sons of ndmlnlatrntlon fav
orttetf didn't do much, governor, but a lot of
the boya won't like that nbout tho president
winning tho war all by hinisolf. Anyway, tho
wnrB over; what tho people, want to know la
whether you want to continue tho fighting by
lolnlng the lenKue. Anwser that."
OOV. COX: "Harding la a reactionary, and
tho repubtli-anN are trying to buy the presidency
and Hjndic.itn It to thn senate oligarchy-"
riHST CITIZKN: "For thn lovo of Ood, Jim,
who they goln' to buy It from If not from thn
democrats? I'm ns pood a democrat aa you,
and nobody-B goln' to buy me. Do you feel
ounlf ollprlng? Cut tho buna nntl tnlk on
Wthe treraoa of ttm campaign."
Train wtrtxtlrfl. moves slowly out of the yard.
OOV. COXi (standing on tho rear platform
and wlliUy gratlcnlstlrtg)? "I. want to leave thin
thought ulth yon: If wo cant"1joot "nm thl? way
we're blowrd np. Ill gtwe yon nowspnper beyH
some more leads at tho nest Mop."
Slow curtain and wronged huoband music but
J. UUiJWUWS.i. i A a,
rV - - - a' - ' - g5;
Ut Otla Nirlon,
Home (of the papert admit that Governor!
Hobertson spiaka frankly. Also rri qui nuy
Mliakofiee Mona have dlacoverod that poker.
Ii iillnoat equal to goat gin nils aa a i"'"' " '
"I -.III in rfnuht." aavn till) t'll k'I'V
"ul.aito.r r tnw most lha horn, run ' I.
made by lube Ituth or the non cat rionil male
by Mayor MacBwIner"
According to the Kanaaa City War. the bar I
t lob women will have who attempt lo
tn convincing the election of fleers tlut '!
liavo actually rracned tna age cji ii
The picture of the conferenre I"'"1'
Franklin Mooaarelt and Mre. . prit t f
aom of the papers, enema lo lr.1 H i'
Mra. Bass waa trying to poae at Hepternbi r Morn
Another pl'eca of evidence that tn'n are ,
u,.., n u.i ll, femala of thn ntie, ten l Hi"
work cornea from Okmulgee The nKrlcuiinr.il I
editor of tha Time eays let the iwn snpi'"i
The young man on North Main a the mm.'
dlaaapolntlng Job he ever held Is the one If
n.M hu-ellllna around waitlnx for an "
ttet...l.n(,.. i all wltlrl, tiever rnm, s h 'II
probably explain It by enylng she couldn't get
"tfncle Dll worth" of Tahlequah, who dnea
not believe the "spot" has yet been hit, aendw
It, .l.ia. UN,., ifl.w a! ml nit.V rot ftnd I
H Hiu. ici ... -
tommy-rot, inawiuerrtdlng umlnr the name of
singulis, which nns neen princii coni-i i hoik
ft. 4u.. .tl-n. MnnlHlnt tintlilni finite 1
. ' W , , I1U r..n ,, , - - 1
suitable Mot one of (ho 'spasms' so far heard
or tend, tells the Irutn nilogetner, ami an trtnii
II wnat annul! prevail, 1 conirttnitn iouo
lt:" And now doth Cor, thn "wet" understudy.
Hlrvntinusly seek the Issue to muddy,
Ae awlfih be Jniirnevs up "hi Knit river
Aa swiftly he Journey up old Salt river.
Barometer of Public Opinion
The rental!' of the SH-clca.
Keillor World Answering "In Medio Rtnl
Virtus." we lake exceptions to bis roasntitr.:rt.
tbtisly In the fust place imn aro built iltf
fcrctit than women, an much so ns a post Is
different from a post hole, woman la stronger
In defending her honor than n man: If she wore
not brothers and elntois would tie such aa their
father's or mother's side only. The girl
chooses her fellow, not the fellow tho girl, ns
Is commonly supposed. The woman chooses
her husband, not the husband the wife, as Is
commonly nuppoaed Any woman can tell you
that women like to set a fellow raring to go
In n dignified nnd educated manner and she re
nerves thn right to encourage or stop hltn In nn
nrtful manner, like n pitcher and catcher I'i a
baseball game, I think this Is whero baseball
originated, In this way. the woman takes her
pick of the males ami exerrlses her prerogative.
If man arln different women call them a boob
Women like tn fool men and If they can't fool
him a llttl" bit they've got no uso for him
They like a gnllaut man, one that's unafraid,
but dignified and a gentlemnn. In other words,
shn likes to think that you npprerlato her any
way. A double standard for men and women,
thero certainly Is! Always was, and nlwnys will
be. Nature Intended It thnt way. Kach ful
fills their function In llfo perfectly When wo
look over over the world with over two billions
of people In It nnd make an nbstract and a re
capitulation along litis lino, ue'ro bound to nd
mtt that nature knowa her business anil its
morn safe to follow, than the first tablo of
stone that Moses broke In rage. Hut when money
steps In nnd help tn tip thn beam of the
scale of the manufacture of our past, present
and future generations. Instead of Intellectuality
and eternal fitness. It's bound to make buslneea
for our divorce courts.
F. P. HANNIFIN.
Tulsa, Pept. I.
Mr. Medio Ools U Hot One.
Ktlltor World: If Mr. Tdetllo. In Stat Virtus
(wherever that In) will come off the heights and
talk plain American It will tlmtbtleen irllv
the rending public should ho favor us with nn
Wo ailmlrn Ills views nn th'' quetrtlon of the
double standard of morality for men nnd women.
What Is good for the Root" should be the proper
thing for tho gander also However, we smile a
rueful little smllo when wo note that hn leaves
a nice comfortable loophole for himself and
other gentlemen when he says that "innn can
live n life In accord with his conscience and yet
not be a molly-coddle."
True, dear friend from tho stato of Medium
Virtue, ho can but does ho?
Kvery man who Ih doing Just that plnnsc
make It known by saying "I." Don't all penk nt
I wish tn say to the business woman who was
bewailing the lack of chivalry In theso latter
day men, that I know a woman who married a
perfect specimen of the chivalrous kind.
lie war. a srlon of a certain royal family,
though American-born, llo Mil oodles of edu
cation, manner and brnlns He hud clothea,
hnrtiea, ever thing, but monoy and a deslro to
Win was born and renred In a strict southern
family and was educated and had talents. He
cause he hadn't much faith In women ho mar
ried her, knowing If thero ever w-as a good
woman she waa one.
She left him after thirteen yoara of miserable
married life, during which time she had lived
in hotii't where tomcats could be pitched
through the cracks without disturbing a single
bedbug. 'whero children woro born without tho
nld of doctor or nurse.
Today, being a hustler, she la mothering nnd
making the living for their four children, the
courts having given them Into her chnrgo with
(promlrti of alimony. Said court being good
brother In tho lodge to said rhUalroug aclon,
no alimony In ever paid the mother without
coating her nn much as tho full amount of'tsaino
to collect It.
So much for tho chivalrous scion.
l'orsonnlly I prefer a working or business
man who la so preoccupied studying hla own
arfnlra ho oven forgets ocaslonnly to get up and
relieve a lady Ktrap liinger.
Concerning the man and woman question, It
Is my honest belief that a man will protect a
woninn from every other man on earth except
himself. Whether she becomes hm wife or hta
mistress la but another oxamplo of ' the sur
vival of tho flttoat."
Tulsa. Sept. 7.
i.i.viis to a Ki:cin:r ixn:.
(Copyright. 10:0, by IMgar A. Guest)
I have n foe, a bitter cruel foe,
Who mocks at me wherever I may stray;
Makee little of my drenms from day to day.
And strives to steal the courage from my
Plants doubts for mo to find where'er I go
And bids mo fleo when I havn willed to
Frightens mo oft.wlth failure's dread array
And palrvi, my cheek when fear should novor
Ho wields no blatlo of bright nnd shining
tie Is nut mortal vet this foe Is real.
UeleiK l.-hs. he.trUiaa ae and adamant
I w.'viM il.ne ou. b and It i 1 f ii.irapet
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aaioaut Ii ulng iptnt In Ltaga. ef Nitlan pToiw(anda-!K.n lUm.l
A Hitter 1'iuht With Self.
Just the thought of the coming of
the other woman was n shock Had
I not turned over a now leaf, this
thought would hnvo niok mo out of
my snug complacenr . my precon
ceived IdeuM that only my way was
the right way.
I had only a few months in which
to make good ni determination to
hold fast to mine own. Our child
ren, healthy, happtr juungstors occu
pled a great ileal of my attention,
demanding much of my time ami
strength in spltn of thn fact that
Nellie -was both competent and will
ing. When I thought of tho task I
had set myself the etiortnesft of the
time left In which tr accomplish it.
I grow kick nnd faini with fear.
In thoso days a prayer was often
on my Hps. Tho prayer that 1 might
not fall. Mrs. Farncsworth, Kllnor.
ns I had oomo to call her had proved
a real friend to tip-. She and John
Kendall had become fast friends.
Hob said he was atiro It would make
a match. She si tin d happier, and
John nnd she i.pi-it much time nt
our house. Itauallv Hob would bo
at home, but occasionally when he
remained In town they would co:no
over and sit with nto.
1 had followed Klsle'a advice and
had glvsjn several small affairs to
which I had Invited Cha.'lotto Kent
Ing. I begun to realize what It
mennt to smile when one's heart Is
brenklng; to pretend not to notice
thn little evlilencea of Iloh's feeling
for this Otjier Woman which no ef
fort of hla could qulto hide Hut I
never nbated a Jot In my determina
tion to win him, .ml so In this also
I religiously lived up to whnt I had
I was always nicely dressed: many
times exquisitely. Yet unless lt wns
for some special occasion, or that
tho gown waa very unusual; Hob
did not notice my appearance. I
tried, oh, how I treld to break down
the barrier that had grown up be
tween tin. I tried to be loving nnd
gentle always. I did not realize, I
I would surely
laugh at your feais," rho satd ono
when we talked together.
Then ono nlghi thert camo con
firmation strong. Hob had been out
a great deal in tiu livening, either
nftcr dinner, or had icmalned In
ment, or wern
spent nn evening with me. I tried
to keen Uio time filled un ns much
to town- and
nnd It was Imposrib.e for him to
get away without dppcarlng rudo. a
When ho returned to tnc living room
nlng of music
on his hat
isk me to
in hi room.
tending to put
gone somo tlmn, wnen m rroni oi
his desk on tho floor I noticed a
piece of paper.
I picked It
tonight Unexpected guests" hero
tnllowcd a blot, i Idnntly made
after the note was finished, so cau
sing him to write nno'.her. but bo'
low tho blot
mv love nnd
show- to whom
for whom It
cold as Ice
Hob cared for someone else. I re.
placed the note on 'tie floor, crum
pled ns I hnil found lt. nnd crept
softly down the slalr.i. Hob never
must know- I hnd seen It.
Ho enmo In whittling after a few
moments nnd seemed surprised to
find mo still down stnlrs I bent
over my book nnd when hn asked
If I wern going to fit up nil night
"Perhaps! this book Is very inter
esting." "Onort night then. I am going to
turn in at once, lt la nearly one
Aa he left thn mom. the hook
slipped from m hands to the floor.
I heard him move around overhead.
uni then nil suddenly the words of
the note came before me as plainly
ns if I Mill held tho bit of blotted
paper In :ny hand
'I fob) mv love and send It with
Suddenly something seemed tn
snap Kverythlng grew dark around
me I tried to gol up to my room.
could not. that lovo once dead never
ran be brought bai it to life. So I
went on nnd on blindly trying to
conx the little god of lovo to return.
All this time Klslo tried to on
courage me; tried to make mo think
i Half wav up
VWW A. x
F lousnens The next thing I knew
Hob nnd Ne'o worn bending over
me. Nellie with bottle of smelling
salt. Hob saying nothing but looking
anxious nod pti7led
Monthly Hosiers nt John Kcnd.iU's
"Here's a suit o' clothes I
eeven delia s for ten ira ,igo
It f nm 1 1, logy
come do, ir, t shew i wear, hut
I Hero Is tho most promising sign'
for all business ventures that ro
quire courage nnd vision, but Mer.
curyj In a flaeo thai looms to la-
j th toi'i r (i-o ii g ( ns thej
lever us ml 1k M t.ij Mr
wiiiiiiit' l eteia ouis a straw vote In
th' Bolt drink parlor vi"t"rdoy.
1020i 11 lb. Chi, nro Trlbuno I
It Ii .barged Uat tttlt
dlcate that they will euccocd only
through wide advertising.
The dominant power of thn planet
supposed to guide writers, edltore,
and publishers Is read as presaging
i he greatest possible demand for ad
vertising and publicity. Newspapers
and magazines will profit largely.
While the bueinem side of profit
from writing is seemingly empha
sized by the aspect of tho planets,
the seern prophesy that next year
will reveal a grenj American writer
who will attain fame as a dramatist.
The evening of thla day should bo
most favorable to all social relations
with pereotis In the Sun. it if a lucky
tlmo for public meetings, banquets
Mars Is still In threatening aspect
that may bode 111 for the stability of
It would poem that for somo pur
pose military movements become a
necessity. A man who bears a dis
tinguished name will becomo con
uplcuous at this time.
Congress nnd other legislative
bodies will bn affected by dissen
sions and will find lt difficult to
agree on politics. There will bn sen
mtlonal debates, tho astrologers
The Moon today Is In a sign that
should make for polso and good
According to ancient loro this
should be a favorable nile for the
performance of household tnuks,
since It makes for systematic meth
ods and effective work.
Tho eyes should bo protected from
etraln, for there is a sign rend aa pre
enging unusual troubles affecting tho
Persons whose blrthdate It Is have
thn forecast of rather a checkered
year In which many t-urprlslng oventH
come to pass. Journeys and changes
will bring about unforeseen condi
tioner. HuslncBS affairs should be sat
isfactory, although they may demand
Children born on this day may
havo many vicissitudes nnd extraor
dinary experience!'. These subjects
of Virgo are likely to ho clever, can
tlous and Ingenious.
show Hob that his
end of ttto year, you'll
wo had an engage
entertaining ho rarely
yet fear to overdo It.
ho had Intended to go
some people came in
never did. Hut ho ox
for a moment nnd
Then he rang for a
When the boy came
outslilo tho door and
before ho spoke to him
wai gono from his
ho entered Into an eve
nnd cards with his
gue.-its wint. Hob put
and coat and said he
a ways and stretch him
he retired Ho did not
go alon.T, and I did not
Instead went Immedl
Hob had left a light
I opened tho door In
It out ns he might be
up. straightened lt nut
I cnnncl come to you
I rend again "I fold
send It with this Hob.
no address Nothing to
the note was sent;
was Intended I turned
It wns true then that
tho stalrt. I lost con-
IkIIu. tit It wt (iil "
Snliirilny, SepleiiilM-r II, 11)20. I
(r)T-..-!it. ltS0.br U MrlVin Strptr Srrxltnitr I
C Jupiter and Mercury are In
binefio aspect today aci ordinc to'
Uranus and Mars um ad
About Town and
In Hotel Lobbies
It s seldom n publl , , , . r .
his audience 'with him' r.k ,
ih -..... i.. .. 'tn
.... n,u,,, ,M(b jirnqy nn,,.r .
em from the mlnuto ho itt,,
fhe stage until he uttered '
word of his address V,,f
iiik'ii. ucciareii tj y()
commissioner or water
Iirls'dv onl. ttir. .to.. .. .... ' ' v-"n
...... u .... ..m,,, lnf,T.. .
of the spectacular In hi.- nV,A
was crushed In his right i,.i i
limiting thnt characteristic i, .
rmlle, the crowd Jumped to
and let loose an avalan n.
cheers I've seen a ffw
speakers who could ,) i lt
not many And Teddy dMr. t
lely on his entrnnco to gnn fnnf
niv i iwnit, uu niii son, tl.i
Hint must remain In the ri i-,a3
(hat crowd for some time."
"You know I Just hate to .lV.
Tula for more than a da ' Mi t
II Sturgeon, state health ln( , .0P
c uu yesierunv. ainco 1 line
(hero I have run across a ,,f
I sanitary conditions and In i
peonle, but itenernlly speakir
people of Tttlsn nre tlmr-'v .
Most of tnem have iifdstrd i
'my work nil they rottlrl, aril
shown a wonderful spirit '
Sturgeon expects to leave the
"I ne.ll Wl-ert lor UKIdMOma ry to
rpend her vacation.
'Talk nhont quick work
that's whnt I'd enll t " de-larril p
Porder. Then li expIiInM
"The other dav a friend of mist
iw some people leave nn autctno
Idle and enter the Prince hotel on
1-ist S'ecoml street laden with ?onu
atrparently hea-y-loaded suitcase,,
lie had heard fhnt thn pollco forc
works like snails, so ho saw an op.
portunltv to catch some possible
lawbreakers, but nt tho same tinn
test tho speed of the police Fn
called the station and told of th
sight he witnessed Ho told me yt.
terday that In less than 10 mlnntM
inner ne canon, ine pennns cirry.
jlng thn suitcases were arrested (ml
.irr.ilffni,H tn nlleo rnnrf sr.. .I-,
...... ,r ... ... - .- , . (Villi
Is now looking for tho follow- wo
told him Tulsa's poljcef aro negligent
and slow "
"There are yet a lot cf faTr oil
stock promotion comnanles dolrt:
business In Oklahoma a few of
them In Tnla " IxhiIs Lofko, secre
tary of the Hctter Ptt.slnes.s, bureau,
declared last night "Hardly a d.ir
passes that tho bureau dees not re
celve nn Inqttlrv from some etrteri
nowspnper or bureau asking for In
formntlon nbout certain fako com
panies With tho facilities a' our
command, we are nblo to give in
telligent replies and thus savo In
vestors thousands of dollars which
would probably otherwise be lost
Take lt from me tho present money
rtrlngencv doesn't seem to have anv
effect on fake oil companies. They'ro
Just is active as they ever were."
THK PARK AVE. NEWS
Weather. All depending.
Slsslety Miss Mary Wntklns and
Mlfs Loretter Mincer nro prnclrlns
ny Holding a half of a onion In mint
of her ej-cn, wllo Miss Ixirettor Min
cer prefers horso reddish
Uttenary Notes, Sam Crosses bis
Flster la nwy In the country using up
her vacation, nnd Sam la learning tj
rite on the typerlter on he r typerlttr
In her absents.
PO.MK BY SKINNY MAHTIN
Never teem dum nnlmals.
In fhn ferst place Its not rite.
And anyway besides in tho 2nd plars
Kven tho dummest can bite
Intrlstlng Facks About Intrt.st'nc
People. Puds Slmklns has bin s".d--Ing
the habits of ants by wntchtns
some In his back yard, saving h
mite rite n book on the BUbJe.-k If
lie notices env new habits
Holesome, dellc-nis and rltimhl
Home made mtillasso.s candv 3'
rents i pound. In a bag. 36 tn a box.
See Iw Pavls. (Awortlscmont)
The solution Is claimed by rrn TJir
Msh Inventor of the prohlom of build
ing an Internal combustion engine In
which two pistons nre forced nrsf"
liy explosions of pas between them
A rjew- tea kettle has an additions .
opening nt one sldo of tbs tep
through which It can be filled wits
water when hot without danger of
steam scalding a hand grasping th
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