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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920.
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rniD.w. octoiii;h as, man.
Hi' glvetb gnue until ihi lowly. 1'riiv. 3;3I.
Tin- in'iri' thy glories Htrlki- mliiti eyes
The humbler I shall Ho;
Thus, while I ultik, tny Joys ahall rlso
1 abhor luyaelf, and lepsnt In dust nnd nshes.
Jul), Mi! -ti.
Thtirn iniiy liu nemo n,uetlnn concerning the
niontllly m u national foiiimlttcuiiian defraying
tint expenses of delegates to a convention, litit
before condemning tlm practice tuo severely wo
should like tii liuvo more Information Loth n4
roticoriiH national committeemen In Missouri
utiil otsowhero. For all wo know It may ho
rjulto the ctlMtnm among forward-looking na
tlonal cnmmlttromon of cotisldoriiblo means.
Anil nutlunal committeemen, It seems, both
democratic and republican, initially pttest rnn
nldvnttila inounx, Hut wo Itavn no dmihl that
Mr. (lultra, tho ditmorrutlu national coninilt
Itionintt of MlriHourl, who Itan Junt Iiurii raucht
with tho kooiIii on ah It worn, U tinuioiidotiHly
popular with thono Kcntlonimi nrcu'iitoiiiod to
attend Inn cunvuntlnnu an dnlri;nttH. If r toll
men aru not xclijotctl fur that otflco for Hint
purpoirf, thun why Hhotild rich moil ho ttulertfd?
AJiHwor that!, If tholr tnonry gives thint un
dvnntnRn In tht'ir campaign for thn offlco It
niutit ho bcratitio of tholr wIlllnKtH'Ha to epiind
It In a way that ItrlniTH MitlHfnctloti to tho
"lioyn." Tho MlflHorttl lncldont explains how It
cutnu to pami that certain lnfluonurs controlled
Iho MlfHotirl democrutlo convoutlon. W'o know
Uau how It camo to piihh that certain lnfluencca
controlled tho San Kranclsco convention. And
can ilor compola the ndmlrislon that no "iiiia
torlnl oIlKarcW" Iiml aitylhliif; to do with It
in olther cno, Hut wo ht'tdtnto to InJulfh In
any kohcmI dcitunclatlon. Ono cannot lio too
careful when ono Iiuh HUHplclotiH political rela
tives. JUST KNOOl'INO AltnUXD
It Is a notorious fact that a lonifHioscd, sharp
toiiRticd man or woman can put a nolKhborhood
In an uproar qutckor than anything olso known
to man. If tho neluhborhood Is mado tip of
that typo llfo In that nelKhborhood In utterly
ImpotiMblo. Tho kids run wild, flRht ainoiiK
thomsolvi-H, steal with Impunity and no soul In
It has a shred of character.
"Wo think HomolhltiK of tho sumo sort Is tho
prlmo matter with tho world nt tho present
time. Instead nt ucKOtlatlnt; a pcaco treaty
thatwoiilit end tho war and enable tho world
liolghborhood to nuttto down and sober up, 'tho
lontf-noHcd diplomats ticcuti iniooplntr about
Into other iieople's affalis. A lot of them wero
nftor something thoy had no rltslit to; and.
nocuro It with ease, because concerned as to
how they might hold It without having lo
Not a man Jack of tho diplomats foregathered
nt Versailles was more than nominally con
cerned In doing Justice to IiIh own family, but
nil wore tremendously concerned with what thn
neighbors In the next block were doing, lbilf
tho kinds at homo were doing things to tho
other half; discipline was a thing of tho past;
tho boys wcro openly threatening to set flro
to tho house and tho girls staying out nights.
Mother wiih working Imrself to death, the flour
bin wiih empty and the smokehousu all but
Novcr wan thero such a call for tho head of
tho house to stay at home and give attention to
3 1 l.i own family. Hut ho was away, snooping
Into tho futility conduct of tho folks on the
Other sldo of town, In secret confab with u few
of his kind trying tn perfect an urgaulaatlou
that would enable them to force other parcnln
to ralo tlii'lc kids according to his plans,
Tlm result is that two years after tho close
of .he war practically every one of tho houae
holds tliua Ignored uni In a chaotic condition
una the neighbor their heads started out to
reform iiro no bettor off.
Tho United States .Jmn nut adopted a stnglu
peao policy nor reformed its own affairs in
tlm slightest. Thu head of the hoUfo has paid not
th slightest attention to any family Interest
Blue hu started out to tell other folks how to
ruls their kids. lJiigland In facing what may
bo tho crisis that will mark tho beginning of
national deoudenoe. Italy Is sliding towards
an Industrial revolution.
Kvsrybody has been trying to reform every
body ei with tho net result that thoro Is not
a single nation In the world possessing a gov
ernment that can Justify lti existence. That
Is a solemn, lamentablo, dangerous truth.
Leadership In every nation has broken down.
And because no railon has held before Its cwn
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euuitonani .i iif
! I. tiso national lill. l5yerylhlM has Imi-n
ptiihiil on an intcrriRtlorinl IihhIn. And If yiu
I urr onii'll"il to iBtiorf your own roiintry nd
innkn n cholm bntw(.n other
no iiiitliuslsMMi for thn liintliienfl at all
If every K'vfir"inf,il In tins world today
would liiKlantly foraft uverythlnK hut Its own
ItilcDNita and elfsre of Its own peopln It
would ho n r in 7.1 in? how sif)'dlly the dlsordrrs
of tho world would disappear. And because
all un linns nro not prm tli Injj such u policy
no reason why some of them nhnuld not.
The talk about thn league, the furoro raised
over It In our own campaign, It) onn of the
iibSiirillUeS of tin H. I'eojiln want all the
ruiMnna lo subscribe to article 10 as a mentis
fur endlltK "nr. I'liihilub! Article 10 Is the
tinniest wur-tarter the mind of man ever de.
Hcrap the Idiikuh scrap tho very' Idea of a
IriiHtie, If you would have peoco IiintlnK, en
d or I til? peace. lot the nittlons attend to tholr
own concern which always bait been and always
will be KiveriilitK their own people; malntaln
liiK law mid order; adnilnlstertitK Jostles; rn
i iiiirantnif thrift and Industry, t.ul there be
(be KrentcHt possible rivalry ns to Mhlrh people
inn construct thn best and most popular ;ov
eminent. "Charity beifltiM at home. And Kovernnient's
only Justifiable function Is to iimke hapiiy, pros
perous and secure Its own national Just as
your own pence and happiness and security
Is In nmkliiK your homo so attractive to the
members of your family that tljey will not
want to chnse around town after dark.
If you really want to start something, try
formliiK a league in your part of town for the
piirposii of forclni; womebody to do sntnethltiK
that you think ottKht to be done. If you want
to attain tho very a pax of popularity, attend
lo your dwn business and make of yourself
tho Ideal Individual. Much a man never ban a
flht .unlcfls It be with n rrlmlnal. Nor will
such a nation unless It bo with a criminal
nation. And (hero Is no known way to prevent
criminal)! helms born.
(Jlll.MI.VAI, VOUIIT ()!' AI'I'IIAUS
Too little attention of thn right kind and
ton much attention of the wrong kind Is given
cnudlilatcH for tho elective Judicial positions
In Oklahoma. If the lay mind was familiar with
what the members of tho Oklahoma bar are
thinking nnd Kiylng about tho higher courts
of the stato thero would probably be somo rev
olutionary action November 2. Hut the mem
bers of the bar, having to enro for tho Inter
ests of clients boforo tho courts, are deterred
from saying out loud what they know by bitter
experience to bo true, less they suffer punish
ment. Judicial positions should not bo filled In a
partisan way, Thero Is much to bo wild against
filling imch positions by gubernatorial appoint
ment, Oklahoma hns had somo very sul ex
perience along that tine. Hut there Is nlro
very much to bo said again filling such posi
tions during a heated partisan election. It is
(Do dlspiltlon of this paper to believe- tho
Ideal way, or tho way closest approaching tho
Ideal, would bo for tho bar of tho stato to
nomlnato men to both party tlcketa.
It would result, wo think, In men being select
ed for their known legal ability and probity In
tho law. Whether a Judge Is a democrat or
republican matters nothing at all If ho brings
lo his work tho correct IdeaH. And wo think
tho blamo for existing conditions falls less
iignlnst tho occupants of tho bench than thoso
politicians who havn claimed credit for putting
them there, later exacting their toll or threat
ening to Inflict punishment.
Tho elective system exists and tho people
uhould make a serloim effort to get tho beat
possible out of it. At this time tho electors
have offered them a genultm opportunity In the
candidacy of Judge ,2. H. Hessey of Miami, who
Is standing for thu criminal court of appeals.'
Tho World knows Judgn Hessey has known
him for many years; and It has no hesitancy
In commending him timiuallfledly to tho voters
an a man nut only capable of filling tho posi
tion with honor to hlmiKdf and tho stato, but
also a man of high Ideals, Impeccable character
uml duvoted to tho goddess of Justice.
Tho election of Hessey to the criminal court
of appeals would bo a guarantee I that tho du
ctslous of that bench would be according , to tho
law and tho evidence or thero would bo a vig
orous dlxsontlng opinion.
Tho jiropowd memorial drive Is n Jeautlful
conception. Think of a double row of trees
along the winding bank of tho Arkansas, each
commemorative of an Oklahoma soldier who
ravo his llfo for his country! It would become
tho most famous drlvewny In tho west.
There Is no room for a division of opinion
concerning this project. Let It bo pushed
through to an enthusiastic, success. Tho cost
Is insignificant. A community could well af
ford to gtvo ten times tho amount for such an
TULSA WILL CO JIKPUHLU'AN
, Thero Is no longer doubt concerning how
Tubi will vote next month. Tulsa will return
a very substantial majority for the republican
ticket. While It would be hazardous fo claim
that Tho World's theater poll was accurate In
all respects, we think It Is reasonable to my
that It was as fair to ono party ns to tho other
and that tbe result Is fairly Indicative of tho
g.neral tvntlment of the community.
Tho various theaters aro scattered through
out tho downtown district, each having a dis
tinct clientele. Therefore the voting was done
by all classes of citizens. Certain it is that such
a result was never attained by straw votes In
the campaigns of previous years
Supporting this ronten'ion is tho result in
ono prriiiut U ti las nrao to tho writer's
uicn-iun of upu.uds of .0 new voters regis-
tered night r democratic, two Independent
and tin remainder r' publicans. '
An Informal poll on "tie of the resldenen
Btreets In lh south part of the city which in-'
eluded flvn blockii showed better than 70 per!
Tulsa U as safely republican this year as Is
1'minsylanla. At least that Is the aiming.
II) Ollt lotion.
Thorn are golfers, we understand, who can
play on thn green nt night Just ns well hu they
can on lhi greciui In daylight.
Il, i', I-., i in, I..H.I, ..r vtimltoaen anoko nt
Ilenryoltii the other evening- A large crowd
listened to the band nmurt, says Jerry Hand. I
One of the things which m bothering the
nslronnmers who read political fortune Is that .
Harding and Oox wre both born under thu
sumo milky way.
The Shawnee NVws uys the grip that all sorts'
of sports I taking the ncift.lc nt this time Is1
ono of thn best signs of the times. Does our I
friend Hpiitildlng mean sthletli sports?
Jerry Hand says. "UccbwU'g that republi
can success would menn C'hltns domination of
the poles In tin event the league of nations
In defeated, Cum Campbell, chairman of the
state democratic committee In a abatement
today, pnlnttd to the deplorable condition In
California where word li.is been given to Chinese ,
voters !( hop ff'in th" tletnoerntlr! tn the, rc-(
publican blind wagon. Campbell points nut
that the polling pboes are located III Chinese
hop Joints In California and In other (ibices '
haunted by Chinese. Thin California condition,
he dei Li res, la a menace to oUJj()iiki. Do you
want Oklahoma controlled by One Lung, Hoop,
chow, (lush Ding and their yellow battalions?
If not. vote for the Dally Oklaboman's lenguo1
of natlnna. There are ninny leagues of nations I
floating around tho male, lie sure and pick
I lie right one. As between tho democratic and
the laundry tickets, which will you choose? I'p
to midnight wn had received no answer from
Mr. Campbell. It Is teported that he was n'
uork on a rumor that the war between non
union Kmiulmo barbeis and the New Zealand
l-'lsh Kurrlers association could have boon pre
vented If tho league of nations had been ne- ,
opted by the United States. ' ,
Barometer of Public Opinion
No Comfort Out of Cot.
lMltor World. W'o hnvo rend with Interest
your fight from the beginning of the contro
versy us to the Issue regarding the league of
nations. Wn hnvo stood with you In this all
the time. However, wo think your editorial In
Sunday's Issue could have been left imprinted.
Now you have championed Mr. Harding's caus,
honestly It seems to me, although you hnvo
given Mr. Cox- most publicity, it seems to mo.
far more than bo would have gotten from me
had I been tho owner and editor of your great
paper. However, this is the point. Mr. Hard
ing Is unalterably against the league of nations
with article in In It. Ho says so; every big
man In the 31 ono who signed themselves the
other day. being for some iVt of a league, know
ho Is ngnlnat nrtlelo 10 and they aro opposed
to 1, too, Now I am enclosing an editorial
taken from tho Olobc-Deinocrnt of St. Louis,
which I tljlnk mates tho positions of tho
thirties on this proposition .clearly and to thn
point. According to my Judgment, you could
reprint this and wllh credit to yourself and
to the ciiiiso at band.
Tho crux of the situation ns mont voters seo
it Is that thero will be an agreement of somo
kind worked out, concelved'by American mlndi,
In America and sent to tho old world. If they
do not accept it thero will bo no agreement.
I 111 Ink Mr. Harding's position on this Is clear,
and It would seem to mo that you would have
realized that this was his position. I personally
do not feel that Mr. Harding will bring Into
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republican as well ns democrats. Independents,
Thn mnln Issue thou, according to tho aver
age layman that I can find. Is' that wo want to
fight this thing out; that thn Wilson league
In killed, then If nnythlng Is formed it will be
a new onr, absolutely. Possibly somo of tho
ground work of the other will be used, but oven
in Ibis Mr. Harding .might not be able to get
any kind of an agreement ncros, even It lie
desires It. It all depends on the senate elected.
What wo want, if o want nnythlng, Is to kill
any agreement with foreign powers to guaran
leo anything. I think Mr. Harding's jjtanri Is
iiuaiHailiihlc on this and the republican party
Is behind him to a man.
Antl-lenguers can't get any comfort out of
Cox; that's a cinch.
Vours very truly,
Tulsa, Oct. IS. A. O. STU1NUHUO.
Cox vs. KoOM'iolt.
Oovernor Cox refers to Col. Theodoro Hoose
velt. Jr., ni a "misguided Juvenile." Ho was
young enough, it is true, to bo over In Franco
fighting, along with his three brothers, while
Mr. Cox was back homo helping Colonel Deeds
In the aircraft business, nnd keeping out of
war such lnflueutl.il multimillionaire Journal
ists as the Scrlpps brothers. The fact that
Colonel Hooscvelt helped win tbe war whllo
politicians of the Cox kind were Hiring It as a
basis for political profiteering perhaps quall
fes hm to irve truer expresson to tho purposes
for which American soldiers fought, than cm
Oovernor Cox. who has been pretending to In
terpret these purposes. It Is evident that Oov
ernor Cox hawi't any more use for Theodoro
JHoiiKcvolt Jr. than he had for the elder lloose
velt while he was alive, hut It isn't helping tho
Trull's Kntl candidate to say so. National
(Copyright, 1020. by IMgnr A. Oiiest.)
Hiilldlng thgs of brick and stone,
Writing hooks and making deals,
Gathering treasure you may own.
These are tasks the day reveals;
Pome are difficult to do.
Somo require much strength of will,
Patience, courage, genius, too.
Hut there Is a greater still.
Of life's duties, large or small;
Whereby men find bl.ime or jirniso.
This U greatest of them all
Having tittle ones to raise.
We may fall In brick or stone.
And but little harm Is done;
We may Uso the gold we own,
And the world will still go on;
We may blunder through the day,
Doing poorly all our work;
Hut from this we dare not stray,
We've one task we dare not shirk
We are building with their yearn,
Shaping all their flnure days.
Mealing with their smiles and tears,
Who have little ones to raise.
Here must be no sad mistakes,
No neglect or careless thought:
llaeh should see the man he makes
Shall bo fitted as he ought
Knr the trials he must meet.
Strong fn' all he'll have to bear.
ind we lead him to defeat
If nerchnnce we fill )im there
He shall sml'o or tin khnll grteve
As we've tsuch' im manhood's wnys
Tor with human s-- ls we wravo
Wb- Invo little ones to raise,
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The Promoter's Wife
By JANE PHELPS
N)i'nliii. Mnrtou and Itarbnrn Dine
With .Mk lYiilerlck.
The ni.xt moinlng 1 packed Nell's
bag and Hint Tonko down with It. 1
slipped III a little note, telling Nell
how I loved htm, .mil how even the
two das hi was to b away woud
be Interminable. Then 1 kept but)'
so that I should not think toj intieii
of his refusal to allow mo to ac
lirrnlpu Morloii ci.lled mo up on
the phone and asked nic to tea in
tho afternoon. When uhv found out
I was alone she proposed that wo bo
"real sports" and stay Hut to dinner.
"We'll go' to the Vnnderbllt or thu
Waldorf for dinner, gel ticket. f-r
Mime good show and make an tlvon
lng of It."
I heart ly agreed. I kneV that,
should 1 stay at home alone, LwJUld
bo depressed and blue. ,-!o ? were
"I'm suro I don't know," I replied
Just as ho returned, "but 1 will ask
Ho looked from one to the other
in a puzlul way, ,-i plea.iant sinllo
on his face.
"Ask uiiMhtng you like Mrs.
Forbes, 1 will answer ;f I can.
"Are you a bachelor?" I laughed,
ii nil they both Joined nio ut the
frunkly put uucvuon.
Had All Qua llfU-iit ions.
"Yes, 1 am a bachelor, tree, white,
and n little past 21." Ho was 40 if
hu was a day.
Wo were very gay at dinner. Then
we took a taxi for tiio play.
It was a society drama, very
Jtnuslng lo those who knew the in
side .workings of hoclar life. After
ward Mr. Frederick Insisted wo go
to one of tho
a cabaret. J
he nnd Irralno
null.. iih i-A I ilnwn In n I.O
We had a bite
iroom of tho Vnnderbllt. We had or
and wo miw no
dered, when, to my surprise, I saw
Mr. Frederick . making his way to
not care, but Lorrulne wan an In
defatigable dancer, and tried her
ward u.. I had no Idea he ius still
in New York, nnd told him so.
bent to iiuike
"Iluslncks mattera detained me
Anil" bo bcsltatei. "If I won't ln
on tho floor.
undo nnd you are apvcttug no one
"I'll lead, tbo'i ull you'll hnvo to
do is to follow me," sho told him.
''.V.y dt.ir young lady, I should
p-o-'eahly step on your iocs, tenr your
gown, and make both you and Mrs.
Forbes ashamed of knowing so
clumsy a mar."
It was after 1 o'clock when ihey
left me at the dimr. Air. Frederick
took me Into the ulcvutoi, and while
waiting, mid: '
else, won t you ladles take pity on a
toneiy mining man and dine with
riiNlcriel.' Joins Them.
"Hut wo have ordered," Iirralne
said, then kicked' me under the
table. 1 knew sho meant for me to
"Make that order for three, and
bring me a win- card. Wo'll have a
"I want particularly to seo you.
May I call tomorrow sometime?"
"Coitalnly! Any time after S
1 wondered why ho wantttl tn sou
"I will be here nt 3 o'clock, ' he
loiiiiirrini Hah Wontlor WIrit Mr.
bottle of very light wine. Some
thing that won't hurt you." he ad
ded, noting the refusal In my face.
Evidently a hotel was merely tho
stamping ground of this westerner,
for he was fur more at case than ho"
had been at the house, ilo iinew
how to handle waiters, and lo order,
?o that he had good service. If he
did not nullo kii iw what to do In n
priiate house. I could sea he was
making a good impression on Iir
mlno i and sho was very critical.)
In the course of tho conversation
ho learned that wo had ordtivd tick
ets for the theater nt tin newsstand.
After asking our permission, he ex
cused liln.self for a moment, to tell
them to make It three seats, Instead
' Isn t he fine?" Lorraine v Bald
whi n he was out of hairing. "I
like such rugged men. Thev re like
ft rood, cool drink of wntcr nfter the
Inane society men ono meets noun
das. Is he a bachelor?"
Wo was having tbe langwldgc les
sln In skool today and Miss Kitty
was telling tho clat about certain
words that peeple nwt to use cor
reckly and dont Jest out of pure Ig
noraiits, saying, Now taku lie and
lay for Instants, 2 perfectly simple
words and yet so many people have
no Ideer how to distinguish between
them. . Now who thinks they tan
Rive me a sentence In wlch the werds
de and lay are used correckly.
Wlch Puds slmklns waved his
hand and Miss Kitty ted. Well,
Somu people lie llko the. mischlff
but it takes a hun to lay a egg, sod
Well, th.its not ixactly tho kind of
Ilo and lay I ment, sed Miss Kltf '
will give you a good hint, lie is pres.
int and lay Is past, now who can
give me a sentenco?
Wlch Ivroy Shooster waved his
band, saying, Tho boy lied about the
present by got for his bet Unlay en.
his father gave him sutch n lick
lug he couUent hardly lay on his
o my, III try to make It plainer, I
lie In the present but In tho past I
lay. now surely some one is brlto
inuff to glvo me a correck sentence
nil Miss Kitty.
Wlch Lew Davis waved his hand,
aylng, The present was a bewtiflll
folding bed md I Ilo In tho present,
but if It had went past I 'would lay
This Is fcerfll scd Miss Kitty, now
llssen, I Ilo down, thnts present, now
eupposo I was talking about lying
down vcstldday. how would I say
It; Wat would I sav. Sidney Hunt?
You'd say, yestldday Is past so I
think 111 lav down, sed Sid.
O. lets go on to the Joggrlffy Ics
ln sed Mlxs Kitty.
Wlch wo did.
, Abe Mar I in j
Th' b-alln' sport these purty Oc
tober li i tifkln' about all th'
wonderful things you'll buy whim
they fine ihwo Kver' town has
There would be no drop In prlce.i
today If the republican congress had
not cut the budget moro than two
three traen -c )urthouie, wrist watch
au th right time,.
"SM1, MISTSR, IP
Liwr To if mow WHY
You iwmy ftllO OCO
A HtLC FOd. DUiLDW-J
A LOGGING KAllRCAU
That could OfT
UILT FOfil50OO W )
(' -ANfA SAY1 MI?TER.
(TaC5U LlffE TO CNQUIRE"
-iT'-r w,,y -rur. WAR.
r ourfiK men i f nr itr-
SENT 3, 3 MOfCft
VEHICLES To FRANCf
for. the use op an
ARMY THAT WAS NO
LCNCCtt THERE OR
WAS UEINC- BBOUwHT
S I I I I Til'' .J 1
I - t- I
7SV H0Me "
C " YOU, I wahT ADJOURHCD. JZ f tvf
"The rtin Incline, but do not romi'!"
ntlDW. OCTOHLIt -JJ!, 1IIJ0.
(tiv)liilit. 19:0. t) tin McClure Maipiix-r Simllcite. )
Hood and evil planetary influ
ences conflict today, according to
astrology. While Jupiter and tho
Hun are In bencflc aspect, Venus
and t'raiuis aru odverse.
It is a most threatening sway for
!oe affairs. Inclining men and
women toward foolish and even
OoHsIp mny be easily started dur
ing this government of tho stars,
for Jealousy Is readily aroused when
I'rnnus has evil power.
Trade ami commerce should be
reasonably fortunate. New enter
prises are subject to tho best di
While big business Is likely to
benefit from the planetary direction
thero will he much distress
certain classes of wage-earners.
This day should bo an auspicious
ono tor tjiose wno uesiro 10
Hnudwvy places for
demurred at fltst, but
It Is lucky for nil who seek
ployment In shops or factories,
There will be many changes In per
sonnel In lone established plants.
of supper, and ve
show, which was really
Jupiter in rising position
He did net dance,
onn wo knuw. I did
opposition of Saturn causes nsiroi
nirers in nronhesv that attacks on
the government ut Washington
l.e mmln even after election,
Mr. Frederick gdt up
congress Is to be an cxccedlnly In
Again tho Beers give warning
that thero may bo a severe flurry
In Wall street, but they foretell
nothing of long duration.
Nuw resources uru to bo discov
ered In the earth, much to the ben
efit of the south. ,
Hallways continue under n men
acing sign that ssems to prcsago
trouble affecting employes. Acci
dents are forshadowed, also.
Persons whoso blrthdale It li
should avoid changes during the
coming year They havo the allgurv
of prosporltv it they remain In
places in which they aro accustomed
Children born on this day may bo
restless. senAltlvo and difficult to
managr, but they nro likely to have
More to Follow.
Hill Spokes, the cycle maker, was
a Just man. and usually slept tho
sleep of tho Just, but ono night his
saintly slumbers wero disturbed by
a voice haling h'm below his wjn
dow. "Whnt'a wrong?" ho called out
"D you remember lenuing iieorgia
Smith a niachlno this afternoon?"
piped thn voice.
"Tnat s rigni. sain mo cycio mil
ker. "Hut I nln't going to tako It
In at this timo of night, dcorgl.i
will have to keep tho mnchino till
mornln', and pay by thn hbur."
"Yes, of course" agreed tho voice
from below, "that's fair. But Ooor
gin had a bit of a spill through run
ning Into a motor ear, and he don't
want to pay for tho hire of moro'n
ho can help. I've brought round
nil wo can find of tho machine so
At that tho cycle maker Jumped
from his bed nnd rushed angrily to
"And what havo you found?" ho
"It's coming up!" piped the voice,
and nn oil can salted Into tho room.
Slmh' Plato Is Solid Gold.
Tho kitchen of tho shah of'PersIa
Is tho most valuable In tho world.
Hven thn pans and pots are lined
with gold, nnd the plates and dishes
used nt the royal tablo nro of solid
gold, encrusted with precious stones.
Cox escaped that train wreck hut
ho can't get away from n demolished
All republicans sincerely wish
Unit nothing happens to Candidate
Cox to Interfere with hi speaking
For automobile tourists a collapsi
ble, steel frame, bed for two tiersons
ban been Invented that weighs but
Variations fn the dlamctors of cyl
inders nro quickly determined by
a new gauge and shown on a dial.
About Tnwn and 1
"it's all fol-de-rol.
I'Vunlt Kentimii ciiJ . .
reading the views nf M ,
declared that woman i!
her mnldiin n.iitiii nfi. .
otherwise cling to her ,
inuepondence. "it's ju i
nil that wanted a )..
and an opiiortunlty ,
limelight. Weddlnk mm
relic of barbarism; air
man does not object tn
And any woman cm i
high Intellectually if u,
In front of her name
Is a 'Mlf.' And if
Identity, she lloean l
Bho marries nnd takes .1,,
J in wondering, too
children would take tint
a union in whb h th
licr maiden name.''
"I nm highly grntlf,.
that the Methodist eol i
located In TuHa," snil
C Cooke, pastor of Tin.
church. "This will l.
tlfiii of which Tills i n
Klstently proud. It is a
maxing Tiusa a belt, r
Ity and it airraid v nn... .
distinction as a senuof l n ,'
belief Is that every new . 1 . a
institution located in ar . . r
lates Interets in educ.it i. , .
not OIllV In lllA hnu' ..,.1
older Institutions nf slnn'i-
ter as well. Colleges nd! . r. .,
Influence to any city. T!,.
nuVer vet' been n itftrimctM . . .
mtinlty In which they .re
i m ror tne location of tin r,. v- ,..
lrco here, unit fnr .ill . .1
that Tulsa may obtain, re ,r I .si ol
their denominational spnnsom
That thn iihnn'hniinna i t. i
tholr regular bills compare f.u'.' i
wnii inose oi nny other ct iha
Tutted States Is the opinion of l,a.j
J. Cranston, Crlcago iittr.ree w 0
hns been here for tho past wee,
tending to business mattem "TMj
Is my first visit to Tul-.i. an ! nL
though I expected to find a m Icm
little city, I didn't expe-f i t
such a flno place 'as Tu'"i rc ni'
I llko a good plcturo or a g ,oi
vnudevlllo act occasionally an 1 I
found theatern hero shuw.: g "io
same pictures nnd arts th ii nm
shown In tho leading thc.itr in my
homo town Chicago. I "t
to congrntul.ito Tills i on its n, .-.M .
ceni cnurcnea for I a'tend t. rv
Sunday nnd Its bcIioo! s.strm. Y u
can Fee tbnt t'vn innWn.i v.A
city pretty well since rve bec Vc .
in iiuii-e.-sieii in iiiis.i, and if my
plans do not miscarry I expert to 1 .
catc hero somo of these days."
ItKAL nULIJltS COMMTMSTS.
It has been altogether Impn'3tbl
for tho soviet government to ni'ush
aside tho Communists In thn aun'
demands for land communiza'io'n.
Consider tho debt of the Holsh vlkl
to tho Communists nnd tho pnnon
of tho Communlts In tho P.usslan
scheme of the'moment.
Putting It roughly, bolshevlsm li
n doctrine which decrees that th
man who works with his hands shall
have a maximum of everythln,'.
Communism, at least ns It hm been
applied In Hussla, Is a theory of how
that end may bo best achieved Not
nil Holshevlki aro by any means
Communists, nnd many Communists
arc Menshovlkl, or Maximalists, as
contrasted to Holshovlkl or Maximal
Ists, tho practical distinction belns
that the Menshovlkl would tolerate a
subjugated bourgeois class for the
sake of its skill and brains.
Tho Holshevlki as a party adopted
tho Communist theory, clapping it
on tho existing legislative nnd cxeni.
tlvo machinery of tho Soviets, and
thereby at ono and thn same tne
gnvo themselves a ralson d'etre a
working political nnd ocomnran pr;
cram and an alliance of strength.
Two years ago Communism was
much moro general In Ilussia than it
Is today, but even today it Is a gnat
force. Officially In mid-May of 'Ms
year Prawda, tho organ of tbe Rus
sian Communist party, with a rt.i'nl
dally circulation of one huridnd
thousnnd. asserted that there wens
six hundred thousand CnmniurrrtJ
In the country, but this figure may
fairly bo questioned from one i snt
of view. Unrolled Commumr's rr.
celvo many special privileges par
ticularly In tho matter of ration al
lowance and security of employment,
and ns a result of wide in-nlev " is
generally ngreed thnt the reaT '
vlnced Communist of Russia numbT
certainly not moro than thrm hun
dred thousand, probably not j ps
than two hundred thousand.
Hut this body, relatively sm.VI In
a population of 130 millions bv --ca.
son of its sincerity and fa"a '"al
spirit, which aro maintained a' ' r,h
pitch by ceaseless propaganda .ii
done marvolously for thn bols' r 'st
government. Communist t "s
numbering about one hundred
sand nro tho soundest and n.
llablo troops in an army wr-irh is
I cither a mercenary foreo or a
j I myself have seen n Come
regiment which was resisting '
I itch's thrust for Petrogrul sa
, small fleet of Hritlsh tan Us
were nil tho whllo furlousl n
I mnchino gun fire.
I Communist workmen, ge
uncomplaining under hunge'
I production In all Commun.-' f
, Ics up to normnl smne'ic
; matorlals aro available,
I sing prerevolutlonnry mi)U
thoso two hundred nun t-
seml-lnsplred Communis's v.
hold tho bolsheylklst hoar 1
power. And these penp!.
ns n matter of prlncii j
such a' clni-s n prlnclt '- is r
precious than life on on ' e
of their creed to tho land rd
tendinir that only thrnugli 'a I r
munlzatlon can tho fond pr
bo solved, will not bo demrl
again tho government is, d
interference with the pei
Cameron McKcnzIo in the
The Hcverso or tho National -aK
When tho 13 colonies becar ji
republic, natlonnt seas w. r
pressed on two sides of pieces rt x
In a form simtUir to that
, t... ,.,vi MififA naner
Hmn. rtecnrdlnc that as iur
i.jnn,i iho nenda "
Inuuil nuiiuvii" . - - -
.lomnmi iho obverse u.
upon tne oocunnuu ;
havo forgotten that our se.
ever had two faces. Now, mon
125 years later, tho nattona.
munlty board, which Is cstaM
clubs to train Americans for J"
citizenship, has adopted tho r
of tno oiu nauuiuw Bl"'""J.. r ?.
ufarniB. It bears an unflni-nc J r
amid ns an emblem of lN
and the motto, "Annult cot P' "
ordo seclorum." Tho Youths iW