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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAYOCTOBER 21, 102x
Awakened Old Ani
Ri'u i m i . i i i iu uuuniuni
iniuiivj iuii in i i iuw
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Close to Britain to I'crmit
I V K. T. Tl'CICHH.
v. ii war. for tnu time, mirica
1 :.t l. rilnllHlpM uf IICU'IV Iir-
,!,' it es in inu "-limn
.. lu.1 li. mnat mtilnnna
to i ' ruiiiii in" miifc iiiiiuuiiti
.infc tT Jil:i'i--ii- viiu'ihii "
i fun I'nvnnant linn rcsur-
CW1 f Jlf 1 jeiliuuoiun wiiiiiuu iu
Among vm, uifl iincnsn, Japanese
d J'Ol " lur lllu ".K"U lllillinc
nn.irti, Mr vox; out prncticau.v
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Dtlttr r.ui uj.t., iiiiiiivii iiiv
itlc n migrants nro against It.
. ... t Im tiuit tno loretcn-norn
KUtnn tl ntin-vuuiiK nut-ire uiiiiu
j lint .iK Ihojr onturles-old loves
hates into ourdomcstlo affairs,
(Jic (X lusiotl vi an pure-iy tinier
n probi- ros.
if ihi 11 tliu lcraey wo already ln-
(rlt fr ui Mr, Wilson's ill-advised
...r..t, r In fori; I en affairs, what
Mil It I"1 '" l"" J" l" twiiiv. ii
t ihoulu so ror lorttei our coun
lrr' interests lis to rntlfy this nbom-Lstlon"
6lmllnr conditions a contury and
nuartcr aco. called forth Wash-
rinn'n solemn warning ncalnst tho
ilfchlof" ot foreign Intrigue, whlvh
He founders or our ftovernlnent ex-
.rlencctl while wo wcro yu- a mnm-
Kir of tho armed neutrality, that
!ci-ue ft nations orKaimud ny uatit-
use H ol Jtussia 111 ii.iv.
That leasue. tho moHt nll-Incluslve
kir' formed by. tho rulers of tho
,crld, lncluiled not only tho united
Stf, Franco and Spain, bjjt tho
is-trlan empire, tho Italian states,
'rus-l.i, Ireland In open ruhclllon,
he Netherlands, 'Holland, Turkey
M llu-nln with nil thlr poe?slons
A peoples In North and South
atrlra, Knst and AV'est Indies, Asia
11J Afrl' 'i '
AjuriM mis, htiBianu stoon nione. ficnlly t(.YmH wUh
it. with her navy mistress of tho ,?,i. ,.n .,
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'fS, BIIU UllMI H'li LJIU III HIS I'l IUV
tc that followed our war for Iti-
!tpndcncc. Our own late, allien In
at war, Franco ami Spain, were,
all European Htates, tho niFt
kmte to our growing 6trnntj. They
vjld to strip us of tho i;ulf, tho
rrnt lakes, tho fisheries, und tho
The IntrlKues of their rltlzcnn
tn a Dourco of trouble throughout
B'Mhlngton'a administration, and
ae near Involvlntr us in war with
rrsncc after ho went out of office
ihlngton wa woll Justified in
hWslng (-alnst all forclsn cntanRlc-
EtJU, when, after 45 years clven
ptheeervlco of his country, ho kuvo
i mgo navico which has had tho
Did You Ever Dream
of the Joys of the
Dayr, That Are Gone
llow'd you like to get 23 poumlM
of best granulated BiiRar for a
And how'd you like tnjiuy 16
canM early Juno pean for a aollar7
And how'd you llko to buy 16
cans cream corn for a dollar?
And wouldn't It niako you snilto
alt over to bu able to buy 20
pounds extra fine California
prunes for a buck?
Htiro It would!
Can't "bo did, you say? A Kan
sas City grocer advertises It In
hlt hold type right In a prominent
plncu In tho KantviH City Journal.
Ami that lan't half of It. I.hton
Thirty pound box bom ginger
fmiilyt for $1.60. ,
"rive--rallon keg golden drip
"Dozen rans bcRt California ap
"Armour's sugar cured ham, per
pound, 10 cents.
"Seventeen pounds best family
"llest pack tomatoes, 12, cans
for $1.10." ,
Hut noIther'lH that all. Trepare
for tho Kreatest shock your sys
tem ever had. Head this It you
can without sobblugl
"Kour--ear .old ryo or bourbon
whlnky, per gallow, .$?.
'Ten-yeur old ryo' or bourbon
whliky, per gsillon, $3.
"I'ort, Angelica, nnd Clarot
wlnn, gallon, $1.
'Teach and upplo brandy, gal
'Dlaikberry brandy, doublo A,
l.iateim good, don't It? Hero
you arc paying $C5 a auart for
nomo palo hluff that hasn't as
much authority In a whole gallon
as this stuff wo have Just boon
talking about has In a gill!
Hut wako up: thorn ain't no
such animal. Tho offlco devil
wrote this story from an adver
tisement of II. H. Williams, Kan
sas City grocer, which appeared
In the Kansas City Journal Aug
ust 23, 1901.
Hut It was a pleasant dream
while It lasted. They certainly
ruined a lot of good times when
thoy mado tho world safo for de-
niocracy. Now ain't that tho
Is to have with them as llltlu politi
cal connection as possible
"Europelias 11 sot of primary In
terests, which to us have none, or u
vor remote, telation. Hem o sho
must .bo edKiigfd In frequent contro
versies, the iiuim'S of which am es
sentially foreign to our concerns.
Hence therefore it must,-bo unwise
In us to lmnllcato ourselves by arti
ficial ties In the ordinary vli-Maltudiji
of her piil. lies or tho ordinary com-
mnitlons and collisions or ner
friendships or cnmltlrn.
"Our dcta.'hcd nnd distant situa
tion Invites and enables us to pott.
uo a different course. Wo may
choose peaeo or war, as our own"u
terest guided by Justice shall counsel.
'Why forego tho advantages of
so peculiar situation? Why null
our own to stand on foreign soil?
Why ontanglo our peaco and pros
perity In the tolls of Kuropean am
bition, rtvalshlp, Interest, humor or
" 'TIs our truo policy to steer clear
of permanent alliances with tiny por
tion of tho foreign world.
'Taking care always to keep our
selves, by uullablu establishments,
on a respectably defensive ponture,
we may safely trust to temporary
alliances for extraordinary emerg
'Harmony, liberal Intercourse wtth
all nations, uro recommended by
policy, humanity and Interest, con
stantly bearing In mind that It Is
folly In ono nation to look for dis
interested favors from another, It
must pay with a portion of its In
dependence, fDr whatever It may ac
cept under, that charactor. There can
be no greater error than to expect.
respect of every truo American since
My policy has been, and will con
tliluo to bo," ho said, "to maintain
but bo indo
nations ot the
earth; to sharo tho broils of 110110
to fulfill our own engagements; to
supply tho wants und bu tho curriers
"Mothlng short of self respect and
that Just t'o which is csrcntla to na
tlonN character, ought to lnvolvo
us in war.
Then ho follows: "Against tho Tn
sldlmin wiles of foreign Influen.-c I
conjure you to helluvo me, fellow
r.t zens. tho Jealousy of a r.'ce.neowlo
ought to bo constantly awuko: since
history nnd cxperlenco prove that
foreign lnflurnco is one ot tho most
baneful foes of republican govern
"The great rult of conduct for uh
"For Happiness and Culture Through Music"
"Music la u little bit of hca en that we enjoy hero on earth"
'that has stood
every test of fair
ness for 4G year3
or calculate upon, real favors from i nCnlPATITO U P UHnIC
nation to nation, 'TIs an illusion , ULUIuH I CO l. V. MUIYIL
which e.tpei ictw i muni cure, which
a Just prldn ought to discard."
Why Ml. UIIhiiii Iiam set 11 fit to
disrcKitrd these sage words, con
firmed by more than 11 century ot
national experience, Is only explain
able In my own mind by the sup
position that his forbears having
been Kngllsh until very recent years,
he is not woll grounded In Aive lean
Mr. Wllkon'a grandparents were
Hngllsh people, ami when that great
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iii iii.!-in, ii;iii'iiii .jiii itrun, nun' m . , , :: ,. , , , - r- .1
whipping the picked troops of lhig- " ""J" ,
inn.i ,. vm. Vi,i m- wn.n". omliiis of Oklahoma lit Itev
iiiiii I'V'i i ititimi 41 tli M nruM n
Hlslmp Miitm-Iuu'ii anil Homer) Hn
gun Among (ihwiUcis ii IJio
Piwclal to Hi WorlJ.
Nttlt.M AN. Oct. 22. 11 II. Hagan,
TtiVa, will be ono ot tho principal
speuhets ut the dedlc.ittou op the
Knights of foiumlms home tor Mii
duntsat tlie University of Oklahoma,
Sutidu), October 21. beginning at
2 So p. m. at the lionie. 535'1'nlvcrsl-
tv boiileMird. The dormitory Is be-
CAN'T DIRECT IMMIGRANTS
Would IHiert Slrcatii of Htninini
I'ioiii l it) to Country.
N'liW . KU. Oi'U 2S.- Iteiiuesls
people were at homo In HtiKland
What nioto natural than that he
should have Imblbud a too great
leverenee for tho Itrttlsh empire, anil
too little respect for the Dunders of
our, government and all the tradi
tions upon which rest our Institu
tions? A century's experience proven that,
while three months this Mdo of
Castle (lardeti changes the Irish Im
migrant Into mi American, It takes
full three generations to make an
AmeMcan out of an Hugllsliman,
nnd Mr Wilson Is not yet hti three)
generations iiwuy from JJiiKllhti resi
dence. Hut, whatevnr his reason for tt It
peculiar nets, there Is but ono duty
before us, that lu to pteservu and
hand down to thoe who shall como
after us, our country afid ollr coun
try's Integiity In at leant ns sound
condition an huMnhcrtiod It.
tlh.iwnee; response, Dr.
ifihne. j. Howard IJeber,
in thf school of iw ot the
Hon lark this power. Immigrants, he
hh Id, i.tu their dvstiiiiitlou before
b living their home coutitrleii,
Dolegntlons frcni different stales
many Maltese, barred from entering
faniula by a recont order, havo lo
cated in Detroit.
A Louisiana delegation visited tho
ham CiiIIihI at Kills Island to urge J innnigrnllon In an endeavor to In
IXmnlT forgoing 'tortl '"''-'iVl K 10 UnCC,",I,,d
1 1 epresetita 1 1 i h ,ft tho cliiimber of
eoininercu of Detroit, which new
trutu all i ii 'h of tho United States rensun figures iilvaticed from the
that the gx..l westward tide ,.f M1. ....in io n.,,,.. largest ,y in ..,,,, rnni.,nf ii.n Island
li. nod from it,.. f,tsttv 1 me country, ,i.hci inai imnugriniMi
farms I" that statu.
Commissioner Wallls has con
ferred with railroad agonts with a
view of speeding tho westward dc
partute of fliintlgranls to allovlato
niiiri nnts I
l-i Inv h'um t.. luial ditilits to bo sent to noilhirii Mlclilgnn. I'res
pot.ulMt. bind n.'d fdrnii. bne led cut labor londltnm In Detroit are
t'omtiu i i
A floating dry dock, designed for
r of l.milrntl 'ii Wallii '( sich ax lu warrant an Influx ot 1. mulling seaplanes, hiiH been pat-
Made of stiff paper suitably fold
ed, a new megaphone also can be
used as a man's hat.
Theophlle Mccif.ch.iort, D. I)., blflii
i: iM.inn.iinn, "ill iniiKc t no pnni
put address, and Dr. ftratton D.
HrotikH, preM'dent of t lio university,
Will make the nsponse.
Iintiii dlately fellowlng the cere-
monies at the KulglitM of Cofrimbus .
home nl! Msltors, of1 which a large '
number are expected ftom various I
parts of Okliih'.mu. will be taken on '
a motor trip through the university
iiisirici. in t ne aiinouneenienis oi
the iteill. nioti a special re. nirst Is
sent out for iMimen as well ns men
William It, Hynnatl. cashier of the
Klrst Natloniit bsnli of Noniian, will
lie the uiniitcr of ceremonies 11 fit
number on the program wilt be tho
address by Ht. Hev. Meers h n I.
.Next will he nililrcHs by Mr. Mj draw
of t'onra l'lt. Tho test of Uie pro
Kin tu In order or sequence Is ns f !
Addrimt, II. II Jlii(nn, Tusa, i 1
dress, .ludgo H. It. Christopher, He .
ryrtln; ptcMontatlon of building i.n
be. ilf of Knights ot Columbus ot
Oklabomu. Charles !: Dlerker. utato
to rrpl t .nt luiiiilgmiliiii uuihurl , ton tun labor, they
I'itiil on Savings
Under State) Supervision
Oirr $2,000,00(1 of Heal IVlale
Is security for ccry dollar do
posited itllli us.
Wo Kollctt Your HttslncM
Tulsa Upion Loan
& Saving Assn.
H Knst Will Kl. Osngo Bant
.is - 1, ted In Ktigland
1 Leading Dramatic Soprano
In the Metropolitan Optra ItousiNew York
yColuibhi Record Artist
MONDAY OCT. I5TH.
' Tickets Now on Sale nt
Darrow Music Co.
11.00 to $3.00, Phi 11 Tax.
610 R Main St.
The Darrow Guarantee
now, as back In 1874, and continuously slnco, la an ubsolute,
unqualified warranty of musical cxcollonco in ovcry Instru
ment purchaoed of tho Houao of Darrow.
Wo Invite you to leant moro definitely of tho
Harrow suurnuteo and the Darrow vtuy of belling
Darrow Music Co.
510 South Main ' Osngo 616
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