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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, NOV. 12, 1920.
STING OF DEFEAT
Armistice Day Not Occa-
ion lor ivujuii.ni3 in
Once Proud Land.
J.O.S. CALL SENT OUT
. nr. l. 1 XT...
july Hard wor uuu
Spirit Can save uuropc,
ny MILKS HOUTON,
nMlUN Nov. 11. A
v.!n. dirt nt chiefly
iiipj SI i. Koca up from ant-
the second anniversary of
.u-4.mi i !i c. which ended
lg$.ng in worl11 wnr- I'rOml
trVand I' flticntlnl (Irrinana were
jjked f"r exp'rsisons of opinion on
conditions in Germany: on tho prog
rta of if man affairs during the
jit two 5" . and on tho outlook
for the future
Vk. , .n.itlons without exeep-
lion arc p-.mcated with Bloom. The
...w.mcp day was not one of wild
rxoielng In Ocrmany. The stlnr: of
defeat Hill lingers.
Following nre statements on "ncr
rniny of today and tho possible Ocr
jnioy of tomotrow":
.1 New I'olltlciil Kra.
Count Juhann von Ilcrnstorff,
former German ambassador to tho
I'nltfil Sta'es "Hlnco tho world wnr
hi ruined a Brcater pnrt of tho
Eutopfan continent, the lnvltu
tUjiof a new political era can only
taJ-okc-l for from the. victory The
tii-qulslicd can do more to affirm
ltd prove by hard work that they
,re Imbued with" a new spirit, but
.... in. llin..aili ihn vlptnrn.
lin ,. mt'v . i ..- . .w .....
ton will be drawn Into tho abyss If
iHIj new npirit does not overrule tho
oil. The only way to cave Europe
li through reconstruction ly - co
eperallon of nil nitlonii. This Is our
Idea nt Me league or nations, nnn
we hone that such a legue will find
more favor In America than the
1mup of Versailles. Wo all need
American asslslnnce, which may be
prlrate. ns In the tntrn or the Ham
dure and firemen shipping comiwn
Its arranpf'mt'nls which are. proflt-
iWe to both aides."
Dr. Krnest Dryander. formerly
chief rourt chaplain to tho kaiser:
"At this moment the spiritual condi
tion of Germany Is difficult to Judpe.
I am convinced that tho nation's
thinker still posies sthn same Ideals
whlrh 100 years aco threw off ,the
yoke of Krench domination and that
they nlll not willingly submit to hav
ing Germany's spiritual level forced
downward by trie proletariat.
'The religious revival, whose com
fng I can perceive already, will
help us greatly."- -
"Somber Outlook" Nnsko
Jfus!av Nosko, former minister of
defense and president of tho govern
ment of Hanover: "The future of
Germany, especially the nex' few
years, has a very somber outlook in
my opinion. Thu last two years
broUBht us a far-reaching democ
racy and a constitution based on the
greMest freedom Tho people are not
reJiMtliiB because of the ureal eco
nomic distress, Pointful radlrallsm
Is raging because starvltiB masses aro
driven to the most daring experi
ments. I am not yet sun- that po
litical and economical chaos can be
averted. Tho consequences will bo
disastrous for nil Europe nml for all
Industrial countries In the world.
The only salvation will be when nil That the local tr.iiiKinu IhIIiim hvh.
thoUBhts of haired nr. nlmndnin-d tern nnd Its proposed Improvement
and a rcnsormble, fnlthjul eo-opera- w I"-' onu of the principal tonics
tlrtn of nil peoples Is achieved, ltut ?'" discussion nt the weekly meot-
nft yet America has not mnd" peni-e "f dlroirs of the chamber of
viiiiimi-yn ai lintel TUIsii Friday
noon was the statement Thursday of
Clarence It. Douglas. managing dl
CHAMBER TO TALK
System Here and Pro
posed Improvement to
Be Topic Today.
with us. The effort of the ovteiitc
governments to force a fulfillment!
of the Versailles treaty makes Her
ninny's recovery, am! therefore, the
recovery of till, Europe Impossible I
do not give up faith In a better fu
ture. The general distress will for-o
the United States, Europe, and the
league of nations to net,"
The silent vote spoke, an rlhnkcs
penro put It, both "with moM mlr
nculous organ" nml "like nngels
trumpct-tnngued." In plain Eng
lish, It mndo Itself decidedly nu
dlhle. Kunsan City Jininml,
Vector of the chamber.
At- Friday's tm etlng action will be
taken toward formulntlng a reply
to the letter of C II. Hosier, presi
dent of the Tulsa Street Hallway
company, In which he set forth fully
the attitude of his company mwatd
making extensions and Improve
ments under the present foi m of
Douglas j-vpects there will bo an
opinion teady from the law firm of
West, Davidson, 'Hhermnn .t .Moore
ns to whether tho city charter Is
really ns stringent In Its provisions
as Hosier and associates aro led to
WOULD JAIL BUILDING HOGS
CHIPAUO. Nov. 1) Jull for tho
building profiteers, ns one means of
lessening tho housing shortage, was
advocated by Senator Keuyon of
Iowa, In discussing the situation
with witnesses appearing before the
senato hons'ng romlmtlco at Its first
session horo today.
The city Is two and nne-hnlf years
behind In Its building urogram.
Hulldlng CommlHlsoncr llnstron said.
FAKIRS ROMP TONIGHT:
li i f i -t idea t u i cs of Kendall stu-d-
nts u lid faculty members. The
i-n ! o t m cm wero mode by the nit
KiiiiIiiII CnrnHiil Spirit Will lie ""!j!!!!m',i,,.i- .ni i. . i.,.ri
t ooneil lo Proirrnni of iniiitv "Noill admlmtlons will be eluirgeil
"l'aklr's night" will be celebrate! w r.nfflth is head i f the art do-
In carnival spirit by Kendall college . pattinent
students this evening under the luiid
eishlp of the pupils in the are dc
piirtment. The celebrntlon will be
(tln lu tho chapel at S o'clock with
an entertainment, among the fea
tures of which will be tin "Invert-d
quartette," renllstlc readers, "almnip
lon libili singers," n "cat dance"
and "Wild Nell."
'DAVID GARRICK' HERE
I'onilli I'erlixl Dnimalle t'lnss of
I Mull SiIhhiI Will ItepriHliiii. Phi)
nu I. Ho of English iior.
"Dimd Unrrlck,'' n play .v T. W.
When tho crowd streams forth I Itnhei tson, will bo giv-n iy the
from tho auditorium, It will find - fmirilt ntlud ilnumiti-K l.iss of
numerous "sido shows" temitlng j Tulsn high school In the high school
them to enter. There will lu a n tiiltt i r n in tonight. The iilnelial
"iraty house," "man killer room it pint ll be pluvcd by Don I, nig.
moving picture room and "flouting 1 uorthv us "Imwd flurried," Kathivn
fairies." Askew ns "Ada Ingot," and Ken-
Next on the program will be i ( neth McDowell as Million Ingot"
will be a unique art exhibit, consist- "David (l.itrlcV Is conceded to be
visit to the nit studio where there I the best plav ever written about the
grentest actor of the eighteenth con
tur, DaJd Oarrlck. Tim srenes,
action, and entire plot of the play
portray the spirit of the times, the
change from the period of roman
ticism to the period of realism,
The remainder of tho cast Is made
up of the following slndeiitH "Hciulrc
f'hlvy," (leorge Hheehan; "Aramlntn
Itrown," Mary Itelsllug, "llrouti."
Wayne Tarkliurst; "Hmllh." Pill
lloey; "Mrn Hmlth, Mary Mnroney,
"Jonert."" Kenneth Wolfe; "fleorgo"
it ml "Thomas." servnnts In differ
ent nets, Td tlor
The caterpillar trend of a new
tractor has been made flexible on
the bntlom so that It will follow
rond Ineiiualltirs closely nnd give
Could any higher compliment be
I n til to the Itcpohllcnu patty than
the fart that the demociats nlwnvs
welcome Inclement weather?
Kniisss City Journal. ,
FIND SPYING IS DANGEROUS
IlEItlilN, N... 15. Although al
lied officers may go whore itny
plynse In (lermnny and In a high
handed way demand information in
furtherance of tho fulllllment of tho
Versailles treaty, It's n tlmnklrra
and dangerous undertaking for (1- r
man eltlrens to engage In tho spy
business for tho entente.
Tho Munich police hnve nrresto
three young mechanics ranging be
tween nineteen nnd thirty-one years
of ago on the charge of high trea
son. Tho youths are accused of hav.
Ing attempted to sell Informn Ion In
tho entente, fine of tho defendants
declared at the preliminary hnrlm?
that he had been Informed that for
Information of tho typo he wits ped
dling the allied missions hid beeii
known to poy its much ns 600,000
marks, nnd ho didn't know why h
shouldn't also receive soma of tho
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rewllna- ur irutunt slilit, rouitilrtn In say
sli ur style friutirH, niamliutlun Included,
only SO. 00 to H.Otl. J'lci.e krip this III
mlntt. They ure not flat Irnsrs, Tiiey
ru ariiunil In Tulsu. hatlifjctlnu
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block south of f'rlscu btallon.
The Ring Man
fioats of such ttiodish
materials' as: Velour,
Bolivia, Silver tone,
bloom, plain and fur-trimmed.
No matter zvmt has been or will be next
week, this sale of coats offers a genuine
feast of buying opportunities unequalled
The result of a special purchase, in New
York, from manufacturers, who knew when
to take their loss and they did take a trc
mendous loss you benefit in the natural
order of events for we always give our
customers the full benefit of all special pur
These are not coats made ,to meet a
price" but are all models that were designed
to sell at 20 to 50 higher.
They are genuine treasures at these prices
Note! coats that are in vogue and at the
height of the season V demand tailored and
Trimmings of such
rich and becoming
furs as, Beaver, Op
possum; Squirrel, ko
linsky, Mink, Seal and
Group Number One
Coats that would ordi
narily from $50 to
Group Number Two Group Number Three Group Number Four,
Coats that would ordi
narily sell from $75: to
Coats that wfiuld ordi
narily sell from $100 to
Coats that would ordi
narily sell from $135 to
. 75' $
On Sale Friday
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