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title: 'The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, October 30, 1920, FINAL EDITION, Page 13, Image 13',
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TULSA DAILY WOULD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1020.
.STEPS ARE TAKEN
ON DUAL PROBLEM
Qt ()" C. Committee Is to
'Consult With Heads
of Car Companies
MAY MEAN EXTENSIONS
'jlorf Street Car Trackage Is
C i.sidered Element for
Reduction in Kent
.mrarKc that thrlr tilatm will not lx.
Inturfcrpii with by property owimm.
uiuy ona oM'tihIoii or noti lias
linen mndo ilurlns tliu tingi tliruo
or four )eun, llopKtns snlil. It mib
on Nortli Cliuyciino, uml was Tor im'y
ii few lilockH.
With axtcnnlonH into outlvliiir dl-
trlcts, tho rent invcHilmtting commit
Uo cor.tcmln li.u iihh in- obulnuil
Ihurc nt ii ri'fiHonablp prlro by u
liomeuuliaitiK loriKiriitluii uml 'ho
district can bo built up uml fwttkiil
by thoiN who urt now fun cU to llvo
In the mort) downtown district be
cause of present trHiiHportiitloii fu-ellttlCH.
A trntntlvo report by the rotnmlt-
tcu nppolntrii to innfrr with hf.ulM
of thu struct railway ( ompnnlm nmy
be made tit tliu inc ctliiK t dlrectui'H
p toward nolvlnjf Tulsa's
trin tiitlon problems and nlont?
ulti ' cm tho local houso rentnltun-
tior w,n takon by directors of the
hi' r commcrco at their week-
jy i i tinir lYldny noon, when it
jbi "I't composed of C. V. Hop-
Hn I. Karmer and Grant 11.
3J, i ifili a appointed to con-
Vu h heads of tho Tulsa Street
Ja. y tompany and tho Oklahoma
jn. Kallway company for a
'i' c v dismission of rato Increasu,
t.i .rtntlon matters and to nnslst
f'f in .my manner posslblu toward
i j 'i n.
Ctuiimlltrtt HM Mediator.
T rommiltee Is to not only
c '.vi n mo sireei runway com-
rnv nejiils, but it is also to act an
Ii i iimi'tiiary iieiween inq trans
port 'ion llne.t and properly owners
h' a; e Inr.Ined to oppose exten-!on-
i to the residence se'ion.
J.,i in r. spoakiiiir on the proponed
Infiv sp In rati by tlio Tulsa Hwuet
nallrtiv .company, an application
for w Licit Is now pending beforo the
Mat' corporation "commission, do.
cbrr i that tho company Is fully lu
tlflc l in JisklilB for an Inerease, and
cited ceveral other cltlJ-s In wheh
tho faro Is oven mor than tlia
mktii in luiM.i.
Would Almtl.uh .lltncyx.
"While It la possible that wo
fhould ask for better service from
thn s'rect railway company beforo
mnmlttlnft to tho Increase, at the
Mine Unto wo must remember that
mirh companies arc laboring under
extreme ilirricultles. I bellovo Jll
nyn should bo. They may sprlnir up
over nlcht, while it street railway
romr.my must build Its lines, pay
for I's labor, lay expensive pavlntf.
ana nr"ome it public service corpora
Hon liable for diiinnRPH. 1 believe 1
am safe In sayltiR that the Jitneys In
Tulsa u!o atfay 25 to 35 per cent
from rarnlnpx that rlRhtfully bylonp
to thn street railway comnanles. Just
think what tho companies covld do
wiin mis additional revenue. Al
IhoiiRh I have never talked with
mameers of the local comnanles. I
think I nm safo In saylntr that they
arc not carnlnir moro than two or
thrfe per cent on their Investment,
if they are oarnlnR that much. I'rob
ably thoy nro not moro lhan break
inir even now. Thoy ought to make
Mx per cent."
Ono of the duties ,of tho commit
tea appointed at the chamber of
commerce incotlnt; -will bo to talk
over tho proposed Incroaxe. In rates
and tho possibility on tho part of
tret railway companies, of Insuring
exifiisions into insiru-is not now
Mrred by rogular transportation
UnM. Directors expressed an opinion
that thn companies will not bo op-
powrt to making extensions if they
are assured a return sufficient to
Justify It. and If thev feel more as-
KENDALL PAPER ISSUED
GREET MRS. FISKE
WITH BIG HOUSE
"Mis'Nelly of N'Orloans"
With Noted Actress
"i!irtuiilty next Monday night of
.-tiid It. M. Harvey genuine lie
hi' mltiflvs. This show Is ono of
ih'. latest real negro mtiwtrels oil
be road llnrry fiddler and l'rank
Knk. lnlcrnatronnlly known mi iwo
f the funniest iiogroiin alive, ale
"in s with inc. show. A feature will
be a r.root parade, Monday no.in.
Tti.. big inlntrel brass band wl.l
hied tho yanule which will pasn
tiling the principal downtown
HIGH PLANS A COMEDY
first IMItlon of ''Tin ( (illeglun," Six
I'ogi' I'rtbjlerlnn School
I'aper Is t'lrciilaled,
"Tho Collegian," the paper pub
lished twico a month by tho Kon-
lall college student body, appcured
on the campus yesterday, copies be
ing distributed at tho chapel hour.
Tho edition Is of six pages and con
tains nil tho school news.
Tho senior college clasw hng sup
ervision of tho paper. On" thV edi
torial staff aro the fnllowing:Mlss
Mabel Hall, editor-in-chief; Miss
Kunlco MeArthur, assistant editor;
Margaret Waggonor AUerswald and
Miss Klvlra Jones, society editors;
Miss I.ouIijh Wllhaukfl ami Hugh
draliam, organizations: MIhh Until
A ii mi Kaufman and Allen Dixon, lit
erary; Kldo Witty and Houston Ki
ttson, athletics; Miss Kathryn Hill,
class; Miss Opal Gamble, Jokes.
Social for TuNii Ntirhcs.
At tho masiiuerade social to bo
given tonight nt the municipal audi
torium In the Clly hall, by Tulsa
nurses, MIsb Francis Ault. of Mor-
roco, Ind., will, give a short talk
at, S o'clock .which will bo especially
ror mo ounoiit ot recuntiy gratiuatmi
"Mis' Nelly of N'Orlca!iV with
Mtr. Mlnnlo Maddern Klskc. as tlm
"slnr" pr.ived it huir. success at Lou
vrhtion hall lost night. Wlitlo not
iKirked. thu building wiia filled com
forutbly uud the participants in the
southern coniidy wei'o gicutod with
Mrx. Klske, who Is said to bo one
of th- Kientest of Kntlish sptailnie
.ictromts, fulfilled all e'.peiltUlo.iJ If
tint enthuslasiii of tho ennvd wn.s any
. r erlnn.
'Ye piny, which was a comeny of
actions a geucintlon ago in old .New
Oilcans "iixik" well with tho nudl-
TuNa theatergoers will liavo thn
We look for the question to come
up almost any time now as to
whi'ther It Is proper for n deinni't.it
to mairy a 1 1 publican -Tulia
Dramatic' riiDwos of Central Will
liv..ont "Dm Id (iarrlck," tn
Tliis'ci Acts, Nov. ii.
The fourth period dramtle olnsscs
of Tulsa high school will prosont u
thiec-uct ci.med., "Dadd tiarrlck "
No. 12. Illlder the cllr.'i'tlon of Miss
Ix.ibelle Itmoiii. The proceeds from
the play will go toward establish
ing u loi ker room and buying cos-1
tunics that may be used by tho lira-,
until' depattnii nt. Hijetnfoli' tho ,
l-.iKh si Inn. 1 bas had to lent all cos
tun i s tisi'd in I'I.ivm I
'I lie plav lii'udu'is 12 characters.
rairnu ,, i mill tho claisleal to the ro
man' uiul affords nbiindnut oppor
ttiiu'v f.'i- vat led and artlttlc Inter
prei.iit ui, si cording to Miss Uonan.
It ii f. iniled upon an apocryphal
urns il 't- of tho gtent llngllsh actor
and i- of tho greatest comedies
'eld ui ii til in.
i;n member of the clss-i Is
lraiiiln, i rule and the cast will be
si Ii i ii d .t a try-nut.
IRISH SERVICE SUNDAY
Oh-ci'Minri of Memorial for Mil) or
or toil. Itcglns In .Muss nt
llol) t liiin li In Morning,
iii'.. 1 1 i'ii . in TiiIm.i of the nation
wide meinotlnl uml prolan! eolehin
lion In lionor of the into Mayor Mue
Mwlnny will ooiiiiiieni o Humtay morn
itig at tho 10-30 mam at Holy Pa Hi
lly churoh, which will bo n solemn
teiitilem soivico to which tin pub
lic Is Invited. Veiv UvereiNl John
(1. Ilelrltlg will bo tie eelebrilllt of
the mass and the Holy Pnmlly
church choir will chum the usual
All arrniigi'inents for the mass
meeting In Convention hall Huiuliy
tilgbt have been perfected and a re. -
ml breaking crowd Is expected. .)"
Hiilllviin. whose i.itce Is said to equal
in vuluino and sweetnosn 'bat nt
John MiConnnil. , will sing, as will
bis btxilii'i. I'aill Hulllvnn. and Miss
Agnes Diinlgan, Tulsa's premb'f sd
prsna, will also jlvo of her tab nt
Ther will also be solos on a re '
Irish harp by Mis Charlotte Lauh-ton,
SURE, OLD J. B. IS DEAD
Mien Mary (inrilcn Tells How line
It Is Willi Prohibition.
CHIOAOO, Oct. 20. Mary OarJirn
Is it prohibitionist. Tin fam ui
opera singer said mo herself today
"Whiskey and alcohol are tho roi
of .ill ell' ciuotetli Mary. "I'rohitil
lion lt the greatest thing thnC i vrr
li.ippi ned to this country. Koon Ihcrr
will Ii,. world prohibition. I'm f,,r k
Secret of London
Famous I.nrul.in aripclallsts who rstor
to tlllrJ liulirs nd others of social prom
Inrnr, mnpliiy a rcmnrkslilo inHlioil nf
''iiiiplxlon-rsJui-natlin. Ono umltruoltin
i lil trpoltm nt visits Ilia lirnuly ilurlor
'uiv In thi Httcrnouii, Iihh s imtlhlnit
ilnMi.il over her fnen, tlion lirsvlly vtlle.l
ilojurtM In tn-r motor cur Tliln l r
1'i.uti.il dally for a veik or so, wIiimi a
rornieiloa uf annwy purity anil oxiiulattn
ilrtlcu.-y la In ovlilvnra, Tlift Mt-rrt of
tliln mi'ttiuil la -or.1ln.iry mcirculiin.f' iax
Annnu euu upply (lie wax wlttinut us
Mttinn' of n ao'iclaltai An ouncn of It
(nblalnnbln st drttir alurvn hete sn wll ns
In KtiKlaiiil,) unuilly aiirricea It In uir.1
llku cold cream ibeforn rotlrlns. ami
washeil off mornlmrn. Its aucrfpn la rltin
to n pacultar nlmorbent property which
Krmliiully remoca commit pnrllclca nf
rutlrlp, rnvi'iilliiK Ihu yoiitmcr, licaltlilcr
A wonilcrftit wrlnklo-chaacr, also In
vokuo niiioiiK MnKllaliivomrii, Is prctmr.'it
tiy illasnl. In? nn ounce of poivilfri.il aaxt
llla In n hulf-plnt or witch lia.!. Un-il
ns a wash lotion, this completely amt
quickly effaces oven the tleepeat Unci.
WM. WI'IOIUj or Seattle, who
says lie liail no Idcn any
tlilnv on earth could do for lilm
Hbat'J'anlno lias clone. Declares
he bus gained lit) pounds and that
Ms health has boon completely
I bad no Idea thn anything on
.fault UU, do for me what Tanlac
W3 il.. t and 1 ju' fi e like tolling
Vci-yniiv t an i.liruif ,bts wonderful
mi iiclne. ' said Win. Welgcl, 2602
Tl ' Ave,, Seattle. Wash., with tho
widely . known New Washington
"When I beenn taking Tanlac."
was so rundown that I could not
work I was never hungry, and my
ton , n wns ro disordered that the
lli'lp i r.irced myself to eat disagreed
lth rue My kidneys bothered mo,
and .r. panH acrtiss my back worn
to si-cro that wnen I tried to bend
and straighten up again It
i nearly kill me. I had splitting
"fi" hes unci uch cllzzy spells at
J!m' I would almost topple over.
"Iti'ii , make niattora worse. I began
tg '-.r with rheumatism In my legs.
I w.is tii.rvniiH wpnk ami ltatleHS,
Ltpldly losing weight and
"fiMTi'i and snemed to bo going
"owr, i,i ovory day.
. '1 gan to Improvo after tho flrtt
w 1 s of Tanlac- I seemed to feel
' etch day ns I continued tho
i"j'r ni. In a few weeks I was llko
?, d-now man. Now, I havo a
PKajnutite, eat anything I want, on
Jy ew-ry mouthful and 1 don't suffer
in the i,.8t afterwards. I sleep llko a
child very night and feel Just flno
J11 arising in tho morning. I haven't
? Piln about mo, my strength has
Pfn wonderfully lncreasod and I
1, "dually gained thirty pounds.
. If anybody doubta this statement,
JJt tell them to sou mo and I will
J'J'' them tho names of noma of my
if l" verity ovory woru
h Ti'"' ts sold in Tulsa exclusively
p- nm yuit'.er anu ruruaii jljiub
Attention of all concerned is hereby called to the, fact
that the placing of obstructions on street car, and rail
way tracks, greasing or soaping of tracks, or othorwiso
interfering with or endangering the operation of tho
cars that will endanger property and life, is n violation
of the law and will be punished to the fullest extent.
Oklahoma Union Railway Company
J. J. Cease Electric Co.
24 West Second Street
WIRING OUR SPECIALTY
First Class Wotie i 0-6578
r1 mSiZF .HaVw -
YOU WILL READ
Sij?n Below YOU WILL KNOW
Home Cooking Exclusively
Basement of Majestic Theater
Supports e League of Nations
and Governor COX
Distinguished American Leader Tells Why She Will Vole for
the DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE for, President
171 Madison Avenue,
Prof. Irving Fisher,, Mow York, Oct. 20, 1920.
Umunmui, jL'ro-ioague Independents, ,
17 Jiiitst .Van breet, novv l oik in. 1.
ir:-l am glad to accept the appointment as one. of the vice-chairman of the pro-league in
dependents. 1 am enrolled m no party and desire to continue a non-partisan. 1 have long been
an advocate of a League of JNations and 1 now believe in the league because a league "in the
hand" is worth any number of leagues in "the bush."
1 agree with Senator Johnson, who said (Cleveland, October 14th) that "League of Nations
is the greatest campaign issue since the Civil War."
When he announces further that Mr. Harding "wants neither interpretations, nor rcserva-
tions, but rejection" Mr. Harding does not object, it becomes clear that the way to enter the league
does not lie in the direction of Mr. Harding.
The only hope promised by the Root statement purporting to represent the league wing of,'
the republican party is that Mr. Harding if elected will cause an entire new'covenant of a funda
mental revision of the present o;ie to be written.
What next? To secure its necessary adoption by the senate sixty-four votes are required'. ,
Even if the most roseate, republican expectations are realized in the coming election, that party,
could not command more than fifty-six and this number would be hopelessly divided between
the group led by senator Johnson and Borah, which will consent to no league and those who i
might be rallied by the support of the new covenant. The republicans would be forced to secure
anywhere from twenty to forty democratic votes in order to ratify the new proposal. Is it rea
sonable to suppose that these democrats will be more liberally intentioned toward a republican
covenant than republicans were towards an alleged democratic covenant? A senatorial dead
lock seems the only possible result arising from that combination of circumstances.
Should the impossible eventuate, however and Mr. Harding, plus sixty-four senators, come
toagreementuponanew or much amended covenant, what then? The United States must pre
sent the proposal to the organized nations now composing the league with its explanation that
the price which this country demands -f or entrance into the league is a covenant ot our own t
writing. That covenant built; in Paris by the official representatives of many nations through
weary weeks of effort through concessions, rejections, compromise untili a common agreement
had been reached must be thrown into the discard and a now one, "Made in America," substi
tuted. Would the world accept so preposterous a proposal? or if the necessary majority of na
tions should accept the covenant, which suits us, how many and what nations unable to accept
the American plan would withdraw? The risk of disintegration is too apparent to give confi
dence to friends of international peace.
This division of republican views into two definite and equally unsatisfactory programs of
procedure has filled millions of republicans with despair. They may still vote for Mr. Harding
because they have always voted a republican .ticket, but the fact remains that their vote will not
bring what they want.
However gainful it may be to republicans it is clear that the path of greater promise for sup
port of the league lies through Mr. Cox. Since he stands squarely for the league, his elec
tion would be an unmistakable mandate from the country calling for participations in the league.
The senate will, in any event insist on reservations but with Mr. Cox's election as a guide to
indicate the public demand, those reservations, will more certainly be of such a nature that the
league will accepi them without losing its present members.
Remembering that the sole aim of the leatfue is to abolish war which could only come into exist
ance through a covenant of compromise which could please no one completely; that ours the only
eligible nation outside the organization that 41 countries have fearlessly assumed its obliga
tions; that a rejection of the league means a refusal of this country to co-operate in the world's
: ettort to make an end or war; that ' sarety ror America nrst may mean sending ine
sons of future mothers to world war. I hold that there is but one course for those who believe in
the league and its program and that is to vote for COX.
There are millions of men and women who will vote.on the Democratic and Republican tick
ets because their traditions would permit them to do nothing else; there should however be a
determining number of independent men and women voters who aspire to party favors, recog
nize nonparty traldom and 'fear neither the criticism of friends nor foes but who do want their
votes to serve the evolution of society. These should be able to turn the tide and by so doing to
open the door for the entrance of our nation into this world-compact to build the enduring
peace. This does not mean that I have allied myself with tV.o domoovntiV nsivtvfovT nm not a dmo-
(Sip-ned) CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT.
Vote for COX Is
a Vote for PEACE
WOMAN'S BUREAU-DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE
, il' Mil I'll lur il AdvorllHf n'Tlll