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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 80, 1920.
naming oeeb oeuiMi ims
Got Everything She Asked
at Peace Table; Has a
Purpose in League
.TARIFF wIuThELP U. S.
Iowa Governor Thinks Proper
Laws Will Return Slates
to a Firm Foundation
ji n crowd of approximately 7S0
mm and women, Governor W. 1.
Ha-U'iK of Iowa last night declared
that . enator Warren O. Hnrdint; will
l,c t- tied, and that It in up to Okla
lin a, find tho first eonnrewlonal
dlste't to elect a I 'lilted Ht.Ccs sen
ator and cntiKressman that vail hack
hini iiit'ii who nro unultci.ibly
onpo icil to tho covenant of tho
lcasw of nations as it now stnttdii
tml who will not unbuilt to a sac
r.fl, of American lain to European
Auditorium llllctl Up.
ji c municipal iiudltoium. In
h" !i the meetlnit wan hfld. was en
t flllt'd, nnd ninny persons stooil
l tl. hallway JflHt oulMltlo the audi
tuflum doom through llnrdliiK's nd-Jtrrs-'t.
Tho crowd was enthusiastic
ind applauded frequently and loud-
''(lovernor Harding Is a pleasant
jpfaker. and orator, nnd a man that
with .stands tho affairs of govern
ment thoroughly. That much wait
jhov. n by his talk, which, although
It liMed nearly two bourn, did not
grew tiresome. Ho has a Htronx pcr,
lunnhty, a pleasant smile, u half
humorous natlre, and a forceful
mt' hod of delivery that takes with
Talks at Cluivniore, Colllni lilt.
Ills train wan five hours Into Fri
day lie was to have arrived over
the Prlco at 7:30 o'clock In the mor-
nlrtr hut due. to the washout of a;
trflge near viuiia was tinaulo tin
ar.i-e on time. Headed by Mayor I
T V. Kvans. chairman of the reccp-1
Hon crnimitteu and tncetliirr, sevor
bI Ikirnl republicans motored to
Clarfniorc, met the governor, n -turned
via Colllnsvlllo and held n
me' ling there thut taxed tho wuui
d'y of Collin"".' '"'h largest tlieater.
Shnrtly aftcrwai !, tho party t.nne
en to Tulsa. Ooicrnor Harding will
go ' IJirtlesvlllo this morning at 8
u'eli k and deliver un address thcro
In tlio afternoon.
Tic governor declared during his
address last night that to enter tho
Icacue of nations means the taking
up of a new government by tho I'nl-
W. S. HUFF
" I'alntcr. I'ipcrliiingct ami
This is tho beat tlmo of tho year
to ti.unt your hou." Let ma flsurc
Also first class I'aperhaugcre.
Howard Sanford, Mgr.
Phono O-aee 00t8 .
Phono Osage 7933
I 1 .. ..- nrnnl cU
UNPOPULAR WITH THE PEDPtE'J
New Show Today
Imst Time to See tho
Fun (5lrl8 Miwlc
The Lyric Quartet
Continuous Slum' 1 p. in.
Vauduilllo 2:15, 1:15, 0:o, 8,
"tipi: isli: oi' nosi;s"
'Ills .lint" Mill toll you nlxmt
tho mlhtnkM "f IngcrMill.
Nut tho tlincplctu that oncVi
cost u dollar, tint Hoh Inger
soll. If jou don't know ubout
him, como and find out.
Ilrlng n friend.
Fourth and Cincinnati
Britain On Pact
led Mates. "We have tho most won
derful gowriiment In iho world un
der the (present flag and tho present
ionntllutloir." ho dcclard. "And,
thank Uud, were going to keep
them," ho added.
llrltaln ils ii jCliittnn.
Oreut nillttln, he asserted, was thn
dominating country around the
penco tahlo. It got coal lands, oil
lands, teriltory and buundary lines,
ho said, while America pot Just
what Woodrow Wilson s.ild It want
ed nothing. "Clreat Britain went
to tho peatu table for a purpose,
and it got It."
Harding compared tho leugue cov
enant, as It was brought hick from
Prance, by Wilson to a horse, and
told Imw the president paraded It.
Senator Ixidge looked It over, ho
said; nnd so did Jim Heed. Senator
fjore, from Oklahoma, couldn't seo
It but he suit lied It, said the gover
nor, nnd this statement brought
forth a lour round of applause fron.
Tilt! Turlff n ltcsttirathf.
Tho republican method of raising
money with which to bring Liberty
bonds back to par and for putting
American Industry on a sound foot
ing will be through thn tariff, he de
clared. He characterized the tariff
as a fence around America, Just high
enough to keep our neighbors off
our private grounds and protecting
our own products. Hn compared the
tariff to tho fenco built around his I
farm by tho farmer to protii't inn
farm against Interference or niolcs
tntlon by tho other farmers' llvo
A tariff nuch as was In forco
boforo the democrats gained control
of tho government would now be
protecting cotton and wheat and
lead, ho declared. As It Is, tho bot
tom has dcopped out of prices on
these commodities', and the Ameri
can farmer is "holding the Kick."
"Thn best thing for America to
do Jurt now Is to set u model ex
ample, to our neighbors and keep
out of any entangling alliances
said tho governor. "Wo have no
quarrel to start over the beundnry
Do You Doubt
gS Musical Comedy
HH Ttxlay Through Saturday
1 THE P0C0D0T
Clever and Ciiuiiliig
Also Bull's Eye Comedy
Also "Ruth of the
81 ffl A1IA.MS MOltllt KAI.llS CO.
3 1 Q SU9 H. Main. O-uico 1610 f 1
I I. I
First Presbyterian Church
Corner Seicnth and South HoMou
Sunday Evening at 7:30
and hear the sermon
"The Divinity of Christ"
Morning termon at 10:55, subject, "Tho Christian's Mlbslnn In Thin
Worlt. " Kunday school at 0:30 a. m. Senior and Intermediate
Christian Kntleavor at 0:15. Special mublc at all services. Coma
and wprshlp with us.
licul Entatc Agents
Sued for Failure to
Sell Listed Propertu
Judgment for JG.000 profit
whleh could have, been made on tho
re-sale of 250 arres of l.ind In sec
tton 1 0-21 -1 3, Tulsa '.otinty, ,md
In addition J600 paid oi the prop
erty under the coiitr.ic: of pur
t base, was asked In a suit filed In
district court Krlday by Halph J.
Kliitler against 1'iar.k lladloy Did
It. A. Kins.
IvIsUerttale that tho defend
ants, representing ihrniiflves to
have authority kt hell tho prop
erty greed on a price of ft2,f,o0
which Klstler contracted to pay
Rhould tho agents deliver good ti
tle. It Is oal, that after IliuIUy
and King learned tlm property was
of a greater valuo than had b
quoted to Klstler, tho defendants
refused to return the 1500 paid
by Klstler to bind tho contract of
UNCLE SAM A BILLIONAIRE
Twlti One, In I Vict, Cold llchonc
Ttitn'lng SIM UI,(H)O,00H Today.
WASHINGTON', Oct. 29. Undo
Ham Is a two time billionaire today.
His stock of gold totals IZ, 104,000,
000 by announcement of the. treas
This enormous sum of gold Is
held luMolate nt the vaults of tin
treasury' to be liked only us an ab
solute gtiaiaiitoe against panic. He
also hait about one-third of tho
world'M L'otil innnev xnintlv.
TIlC treilKIII'V 11 Nil luilil.l rmlrl luil.
lion valued at t I.S99.000.000. The!
gold coin ho owns amounts to 12DL
OOruiOO. lines of rolntul or some other coun
try.' ft Isn't up to us to say when) j
inoso iiouniinry lines should be. but
If wo should enter thu league of na
tlnns, that is-what wo would try
Dr. T), W. HlrkH!on, osteopath,
Owigo 104. Advt
'Jets CCaiky. . . . .prrent
ji Qkimnt -wlirkru (picture
Mutt and Jeff Cartoon
the Divinity of
COMES UP SDON
Lieut.-Col. Wood of South
western Division to
Be Here Sunday
IJeet. Col. Oeorgo Wood of the
southwestern chief division of the
Salvation Army will arrive at the
Tulsa citadel on Sunday imunhiK
from Oklahoma City to confer with
tho local offlconi and tlm Tulsa
county advisory board about the
hoarding homo to bo established foi
working gtrlti. Colonel Wood will
speak at aJl meetings of tho Solva
tion Army on Sunday and meet with
I he advisory board on Monday.
A Hal'owtiVn party was hold by
young peoplu of the iirmv last nUthi
In the rltiulel. Decorations, galnev
nnd refreshments and costumes worn
by participants wcro of Hallowe'en
On November 12, Commandant
and Mrs. Johnson will leave for
Chicago to nltend the meeting of
officers ot which Ciencrnl flr.imwoll
Booth of Kngl.ind, Interns 'tonal
rontmander, find Commander Kvan
gellne Hoolli of America will speak
Commissioner Ivinib, Law ley nnd
Kltchlng will nccomnany the, gen
i rnl. The occasion of Osticral
Itnolh's visit to the I'nltod Stilts Is
a tnonentouii evt nt for thu Salvation
Army. She will (.peak nt Chicago,
lloston, Philadelphia and New York.
All staff officers In these territories
are requited to attend the met tings
Trinity Episcopal Church
niTU AMI CINCINNATI.
M'KCtAI, ritKAUIKIl SI'MIAV M0llMN! AT II O'CLOCK
Till: HKV. H. N. WATKON. lllltMKtll.Y lir.Clim OP ltOl.Y TItlNITY
( III IK II, I'AllIt. I tlANCI'..
Pr. Wstmn was thn trcinr nf Ihi Anirrlrsn i:plenp1 Clintcli In Pstln (or
orn yram, Incluillne the trying yfm of Hi World Wnr. Il han hfeii Ucu.
ratrrt with tho hlRh'Ht honors h PraiiCK, tlrl.luin am! .Vthta.
Hninlnj Kvpnlnr, nt 'I30 n'rliwV.
Tin: riiTii lkctijiii; iiv tiik iiixtou. mil cuoi, in hii: ( ophhk on
The Development of Personality s
You are Intllnl.
Knights of Columbus
Free Evening School
For Ex-Service Men and Women.
Accountancy, Bookkeeping", 'Advertising, Salesmanship,
Public Speaking, Stenography; Typewriting,
Civil Service, Auto Mechanics
English, Mathematics, Penmanship, History, Spanish,
Other courses will be offered where demand justifies.
Apply at 201 Seaman building, opposite Orpheum
theater, 12 to 1 p. m. and 5 to 8:30 p. m.
400 Registrations Required to Open School
WILLIAM F. TONGATE, Registrar
. , 201 Seaman Building
E. M. GALLAHER, Chairman
WILLIAM G. MALLON, Vice Chairman
To IWiik About
With a Typical Do Mlllo 4ast
Klllott l)eliT, 'riA-tslori; Hub
erts. .Monty Dine and Thcotloru
Mnje-tlf Orchcslra anil Ort;nii
MTi-eil Time I1i(l, ISiSO, 2,
:t;3(), 3, (ii'Jt), H, Ui.tl)
FAILED TO MAKE
ro.STINt lMI 1HOM I'AOI! ONH. ,
ample to the world could tho nation
fulfill Its mission and pay Its debt
"Lincoln oitco said that our na
tion cot'M not cniluro half slavo and
half free," ho said. "Anil by thn
same token and In tho sumo nons
the ronomlo wot Id cannot long en
dure half batikiupt and half solvent,
half subject and half free. Thli Is
obvious to all who consider the sub
ject status of hundreds of millions
of people under tho fixed and pmt'
tlratly unaltf table renditions ot the
Versailles pi' t. iloiiilnated by Iho
credit or iiall uis of the world.
L'nhorhol lVaee lion
"Hero are the i-ceils of future wars
Iho only reb'asn from Intolerable
conditions. I'nlversnl peine must
t line from fixed boundaries and un
cli'iiiRlnK rcMtrieHoiiH, not from
biHgiieil an. I arnmil force, but from
enlightened nnd expanded human
miMire. broadened acquaintances
"Let us do our part In the world
first by giving the world u luting
cxitnifihi of si If-Koveriiineut, com-pet.-ntly
conducted. Ileforo o reach
for the slurs, let us sweep the earth.
"While there bus been a great
drat said III this campaign about the
heart of the world, surely something
Is ilue to be said nl-uut the Inn it of
America from the beginning of
thh campaign there Iihs pei-u a per
sli-tcnt effort on the part of our op
pom nts to divert attention from the
most Important Issues of tho enm-
LAST TIMES TODAY
A select picture. tiffcrhiK that
combines every clement tif In
terestLow, ltoiiiiiiicc, lntrlyuo
, Knat'lcd hy mi oic'ptlounl cast
ot play trs.
Extra Attraction! l
The I'linnlot. Man In tho World
In his comedy sciu-atlon
Screen 'I line: 10:30,
2, a;i5, i:au, r. ; 15,
pain to conceiitmtu tho Intcrust ot
the Hiiirn upon sptllatlMi propri'
lions with leferrnco lo our foreign
tcIhIIo ii Hut wo do not ptoposo
that tbev shall evade the discussion
or Igneii' their lesponslblltty for thu
roiidittc'im which confront us,
llcitird of Waste.
"We h,ie for the past eight years,
had an .idmlnlstratlou tthlch has
been concerned with theory more
than wtiii performance, morn Inter
ested In luteruntloiiallty than In na
tionality. vc have had an adminis
tration always abroad at Imiue, and
rci r nt homo ahnmtl.
"In IU1S tho tlniuocr.itliJ ptlty
went Into power with ti promise to
reduce whit was then eomi'deri d the
high cos, of living. What of the ful
fillment? They lowered tho battlers
of Unite, threw open the world to un
fair ci'inpctltlnn and biollKht us to
(he vet He ot Industrial para!) sis.
"They went Into office Willi a
JJedK to establish Kiiereiiii.itnl
economy and they broke faith villi
till exhlliltli'il of the inosl piolllgiiti'
and lucucmwhltt waste of public
funds which the world Ins evi r i u
1 do hot reter to the expendlllli es
nceciisltatfd hy tlio war lliu it Is
that fimn the very moment tie1 pies
ellt adiiilnlsluitlon tnolt the i.lns of
power the cost of government In gan
to incrcaso by leaps and bound'. Li
1012, under a republican adnilnlstr i
tlon the expenditures of the govtm
ment toiaPed $fif. I.OOO.ono In 1'ilC
they had risen lo $7I2,00.000 Now
two years after tin uriuHMif. In It
time of practical, If not tc hnli i'
Ail 1(1 il lis of
Cloc.Un lind Kls'
Clocks callei' for
L, D. R. Fhllbrick
N, Ii, Cf. Hfrnnil
l'liona Crriar DJn
10c Royal 25c
Thursday, 1'Ylday, Saturday
'fucker Urns.' Itoail Show, hi
IrodncliiK for thu first showhiK'
A Dm ma of Iimi mill YihiIIi
Sten-ltccl MnMcr rictun-, 11N0
"The Vanishing Trails"
Also Fox News
-On the KtaKC
1)1(3 IlKAlMilNU A(TS
RtarliiiK Sunday, Tom Mil in
10c ROYAL 25c
SATURDAY; OCT. 30
Best of Music : : Tickets $1.00 Couple
j AST ; TIMES TODAY H
iSfry I nit tlmo nt 2::tnj 25o nntl 35o WoJL 1
i 'ii 'b
& JHiA yrO&&W THf fAriOUb clown 1 WM
W fJ V7v ' SJ l MD 6 omR DIG acts mm
1 STARTING TonoRRoW M
I conway I Doc Daker 1
1 tearle I "riashe5' 1
W. ,. . i AND 51?, OTtlCR S3
j 'Marooned Hearts' i LLJt W
Tlie lnf of a lot tlmt wb lliu,tts Ewi
hy u iinr iflrl' liniiiiUlve iu-U 'y, ItiU
'M A hTltl.titil.i: III. Till. I..S III TV Wml
Yfi AMI IliAOIION & KmU
Alto u Niiw ( iiiiml nml Oilier 2j HuBl
'if' ' raturt'' Yf HtMl
Kcuri v tijii! WlSm
kY-3 n it ii a" uit.v-smti aits lrffl
7, Htin, itjao.
! peace, w find this nilmUilstrutloti
asking ror tippropriationit ror tno our
retit yeai of f IS,2H l.noO.OOO.
"In 1913 I hoy demanded In thrlr
lilatferm a reduction In the number
of goVernment officeholders. Tie'
tiewvparty noerniuni found 20.00
civil service employes on the rolls
of thn government. Thcro was a
continuous addition and at the last
esilmato of th'' civil service ulnlii In
slon I ml I en leu that the number In ap
proximately r,.',?.0l0. Of iiiu-se, our
win lit wur in' htlie rr.it''d Hit; net d
fo rtnoie help In ii"arly nil the de
fine!, ents. but since tlie war, the
1 1 ivll list haH not shrunk even ap
! tiroxlmately to a penee Pasls.
"Tako np the question of govi rn
metit In any idinse ,ni l we tlnd upi'ii
Iho part of Ih.s adinlt iKtralli'ii the
snmo Imnp'Klty or lm ptilinb', 1p
same wal.t of forr-'Kh; . th' Hiimt
lack of jirirli' il t utopubi nninti of
liiislinss aH applied to government.
"We do ti"t cure i u II hi the
ci'Sttv til II il il i- 1M ttiiil the lm pc' ll.ie
waste of th- w n ailiiUnli' i.t'i" i
"The Slac nandM
limn n your miiToivn In JniiKlilcr.
liirry Is just Iho boy that will
heep )ou liappy fo roicr n wctdc.
Also AltT ArOUD tlouhltvltUH'tl
til full speed In
Also Nortliwoods Drama
of the Mounted Police in
ADMISSION 10 tun! soo
1 L YRJClj
LAST DAY j
in- 1 3
I itttt we hold to strict accounting for
tlm grievances ami ranuro u o
year of peace. Wo must not our
own houso In order and mnko our
contrtbiiiton to tlio slabl1latlnn find
relmbl Illation ot the world civiliza
AND FRIENDS OF LABOR
A mast meeting will hn hcM Hun
day. Ottober 31, 1920, at 'J p. m.
Subjects. IoaKtio of nations nnd
jirnnilneut political tiuestlons by
.lonpartlsan pollllcul cominlttco.
Tulsa Trades and Labor
llK.V JA.M1CS, Secy.
K. M. ilarvcy, Presents
Ccnolno Darkey .Inlillco Elnficrs
(nil Coon Shoutcrs.
A Sliislcal Vnutlcvlllo Olrl
Minstrel Show Ooinblnctl
l'cnlurlnK such International Stars
PI ARRY FIDDLER
FRANK KIRK and
An aijnsthiHj KiNoa yen
T-U AND QUKHNS tU
Trovcllnp; In their own two flno
steel Slatcrnoni 'Sleeping Cars.
llluh Clo-iM. IIIcli
SomelhlnK new lit ViiuiIotIIIo nml
Novel In Mlnttrclsy, Tho CJrcnt
tvtt SIiikIiik "Mrst l'urt" ccr
with a Minstrel.
Street I'n ratio Dally nt Noon Mid
Hand Ctmccrt In front ot The
ater rrvxicillnB wicl rcrform
n i ice.
BliAT HAMS AT QUAlCl-'Jl DHUG
STORI3 HAT., OCP UO.
Sulo opens Saturday, Ilea Wing
uriig more ,
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