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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1920.
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Daily Iliblical Qttoiaton
sa'i i itDAV, no i;miii.ii an, iwao. -
As win whom his mother onmforteth, no Xvlll
I comfort yi'ii. Int. ?ii; J3.
O thX t 1 t'linlil. with rnvornl .lolm,
Hoollnn my wintry h.iiid tipun
TIih denr Jtcdotoncr'H luennt!
' I'rum twuo Mint slit and wtrrow free,
(live me, (1 Iii'il, to find In thi-o
My fvt limllng tent.
Hlcid lio (tin), (;vi)ii tlm father of mir l.nril
Jiwus Olit Int. thri Father of innreloH, nnd tho Clod
of nil oomfortcth iih In nil our trlliulutloii. 1'
jtir l! 3. A.
Hel-rotitry lltilier niinnnncoii (tluit ho will linvu
110 ri'UiiiiitiicililiitloliH to iimltii to coiiKrHKi, Wd
hhimlil liini not 1
(.'iirnulH aro comiImk down In onu rflNiiovt, Imt
wo Mill liixht tlioid Ih miiiiIi tt'iiKon for tlivm (
Kit lilKluir In imotlinr.
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U Ih worth whllo potlnj; tlmt tlm liHt pdiiW
vtuH uomliu: from Culm, not Koing to Uuli.i,
Tlinri'foro thcro niliiht tio 11 runnon, .
"U'oar cin lonpor" mcnmirod not by thu
y?iriltllt but by tho ciilnndiir Ih oiio o( IiihI
uiiminrr'H hIoriiiih tlmt utcittM tn lmvn Hcorcil.
' You cnn't liuvu tlm flu twlco, iy thu French
(iMiortH. O, wolli tnuybu It wan Jimt -tho old
ftiHhloiiud Klip wii hud tho ficiiiiil tlnin, hut tho
(loctuiH piououncod It n bnd nitfo ot tho flu
Thn lilcutliiK of RontloitiPM lntorcnli(l In tlfo
riutrolnuin Indufitry Jit ViihIiIiikI"II affordit nit
opportiinlty to olipurvo that whcnuvcr ami
ivluiri'vor thin Industry In bolnj; dlnoiinxpd TuIhii
Iuoiiih lurKu; not only by rciiHon of Itn major
IKjnltlon nn tho world rnpltnl of petroleum, but
hnonUHO of tlu lnrKu limber of Itn cUIzpiih wIioho
qrdnloiiM aro rourjed and wliomi doclHlona uro
vital. TuIhii In rucoRiilird iih oiio of Iho nuvrn
miiiioy oontors of tho United HtntoH, tlun, of
con ice, to tho t'titllrivUiiitloti hnro of iiiaiiy larKo
factorH In tho oil' world. It tdiuidH firm nnd un
oonti'irtud iih 11 potrolnutu conlrlr.
, InturimtlotmllHtH of tho free trndo typo havo
fulmliiaii'd with roimldi'iablo VlRor tiRiilnnt tho
clutiKO of Oovornor Alien that luuidrtntlonH of
qnuadlan wheat cniiHcd tho ncnmitltiiinl ilrop tn
domeHtlc wheat Jirlci-H, Hilt'h Keutlemen nHsertod
iai tho "poor (madlaim needed it market tor
thtdr produot, anyway," and that "only HolflHh
ncH of tho tuoHt roprehoiiHlblu noit" could JintU
fy thl,n nation Ih burring Iho United HtntcH niai
hot aKiilnnt them. An liivi'Htluatlon Just eon
eluded hIiowh that 17,000,000 btiHhelH of Cana
dian wheat nntorcd tho United HtnteH market
tlurliiK tho month of October, mid nttilbutua tho
drop In wheat prlreH to that factor alone. Ah a
(.'Oimi'iiuonce tho lnternatlonallntH will bo even
leNHpopulur with tho ftmnor. In thu future.
llumiui naturo runs protty much tho naini
undor nil fhiKH and all eolorn of mIsIu. It would
holp a lot If that fact worn lcopt uppcrmoHt In
mf ml iih wo set about our busy effortH to maku
jieoplo do our way. CoiiHtuntlno wan an Im
poRHlblo hint;. At lc.tHt It Hccmod no to uh who
wihu on tbo allied nlilo durlni; tho war. Ho wan
iJenmui to tho coio nnd never tnado tho
llehteit uffort to conceal . It. AVJien ho wiih
kicked out by tbo flreekn wo chcero, and
Venlwloii, tho (reel premlur who contributed to
bin undoing, linn been pettml and favored by tho
allb'a) avor uliice, They did all they could do to
foist htm to the head of the tJreok nation. Itul
In the election the other day hit wns hnmtll
litlllKly lU'feutod and tlm loyal bouoe recallod "to
t It o throne It Ik poimlhlo tor nil tn Mill think
tho Oruek peopltt are Incitpnble of knowing their
own bout liHorMtH, but Hlnco they b te declared
for tho reHtoratlon of tho Coimtantlne lino thoro
dooHii't Hcem to be nnythliiK to do about It but
Jet them havo the kind ot a Kovernment they
Ulil whether It muUh tho rent of u or not.
1'I.kntv or 1'isrritoi.Kr.M,
f Tho petroleum Industry in being given a gen--ejul
look-ovur by tho lmpoitant (Hctom gathurvl
in AVashington, and It In gratifying to hoar
Homo of tho nbloMt men prcneiit nsnert tlmt
mtture'H supply of tho oHRtmttul product In no
vvhoro nwir exlmUHtefl.
. TI10 orleH that tbo oil dupoltn wure about gone
nnd that tho world wns facing nn oil famine
voro never worfhs' of credence, l'owibly nome
bellovi'd, but probably more Joined tn that viev
for an ulterior purpose. As a matter of fart
po man Ih In possession of any intoi mutton
(lunllfylng bint to npoak with imttioilty on tn0
Thcro la no known rulo v pP,ra unautiU-
lloiliy to on pa v " 1111 ort'n (list ov
eicd in tho most unlllwly iilace. una fccarcely I
pool of fiiimlrieralili) prfipoitloilH" ban bon
oponeil In reeiinl ynrn by III Ko-enllrd oxpitrti
of Ihn imliMtry. l'iihltif, Iho wonder of tlm
InrtiiBtry, wmn oppnui by tnnibilfeot lo thu wtinn
lio if nlnted whr men of iixpiirlnnro nlinum
without i"iptlnn (lotl.iteil all would wrvur
It Iim been but ft low yinm nine the "talent"
(liilnrril mi oil would bo found wont ot ningii 7,
(inil tint Illcitni, TemtM, pool wim iiclid mi. I
proilurtnl In tho fnco of the IjlRbi'M proleMlmliil
nwuirww that no oil could pnmilbly cxUl In mich
nil dilopinitnt In mi"i:ii In tl V(i lilpclily no.
Homo progreitai but been mndo along nelenllfl
llnoN, but notliliiH In thn nature of uliaviltile
Htlrntfi l Hppllenblii to (ha biitlriMi. TIiiihh nftr
I tlmn prolific m nil wonderfully priifllnliln pool
j Imvo lih drilled in on leriHln iioinleintiad bv
No inn 11 etui ty, for no mini known, whethiir
I nr not prufliiiblu liioililStlon uiidoilrtyii vimt ncrn-
hki Ml I bin llmo eorinldoreil without merit, Nren.
Hlly will Ioich tho Imoio nnd necewlty nlotj. It
l the bltory of tho Indiioliy that when lite via
fblo Miipply ImkIi: lo dei ien anil Iho prlrn nil
VMiirod, nilventiiroUH iphltH lmo koiio Into thn
unknown and ntlalued zenith nnd ftitn.i by open.
Ing tintuiHpncteii nreM of men 1 prodiirtivii abil
ity.' Ho fur from ngrnelug tlmt an oil fit 111 1 lie lm.
pernio. w think It fur likelier that hlMory will
ropoat iHilf, -and tlmt tho pmwiiI high pilco,
wltli II attemhiut talk of iimbirHiipply, will hi
followed by the opening of Home proline torrl
loiy that will until Itn probable llniltH Imvo biten
ilallneutod, lenult In ileprerlntlou and tit I Ic of the
old "niolhftr.loile" theory. Nor will thn unex
ampled demiinil for petroleum mid Hh product
go on InereimliiK Indefinitely. Theio are to lii "
receHKloiiH Hlnng t im Hue iih all (illiem.
iii iiiics o.v tin: iliti.v..uv.
Kormer .liiHttco MuglioH ciuiti Ibutew InteroHt
Ingly to (he controvorH.v concerning tho .primary
method of effecting iiomlnatlonH. While thorn
Ih widespread (llmmtlHfactlon with tlmt method,
the gentleman iloubtlefH utaleH 11 tttitli when ie
HHKerlH that the people will not willingly loturii
to the old convention method or the Mill older
parly cauctiH method,
Hut there miiHt como Homo very HUlmlautlal
reforniH in the primary. 'Uniiueutlonably wo aru
to bear moro and moro concerning tho direct
prcHldciillitl primary Wo iiiuhI accept hh a fn-t
tho cx-luHtlco'H iiHHuranci, Ihut Much a law In
now lmltOHHlblo Iiccuuho It would bo uiicoiihtltu.
tlonnl, for IiIh reputation an a cnriHtltutlonal
Jurlnt IruvcM onu no room to dlHHotit.
Ilowuver, uiiIihh tho various HlnteH take lm
medlalo action In tbo way of reforming and
rendering moro JiiHt nnd acceptable exlutlng
primary lawn, and uuIckh all of tho HtateH Join
tho primary proccHHlon, not moro than una other
preiddentlal convention will bo held before n
formidable movement geta under way for tbo
iiecetwury coimtltullonal amendment to inaku
tlio direct presidential pilmury pohsIIiIc.
Tho twu hiHt nntloniil conventloiiH In tho mind-
of an tjxceedlngly largo number of obcrverH
plead 111 trumpet tonon for the vory law .Mr.
HilghcH KayM cannot bo enacted without a coiih'.I
tutlunnl amuiiilment. Whllo thcro probably will
ho no retreat In leglHlatlon on IIiIh nubject un
uueHtlonably thcro cannot ho n fiUl acceptance
of tho oxliitlng laWH. Tbereforo 11 Htlll moie
radical advance will bo demanded. Wo muv
iih well inako up our mind to that.
MOST.MASTKU'ANl THU tllVII. KIJItVHJi:.
Announcement that p'wtmusteiH placed under
. t , , . t .
inu i-ivii nervico oy executive order may not havo
thofllfu JoIih they nntlclpateil, arouses no regret
anywhere. Hurlesonlsm Ih not a thing to bold
a brief for. Tho buslnesH world in-mum under
tho, mismanagement nnd inefficiency of thu
It Ih a matter of very little moment whether
tho president waited until all offices had ieon
filled by democratic p.-irtlsiiUH before Issuing his
famouv order. Tho outstanding fnct. demon
itratod every day, Ih that In a vast majority ot
cnscH at least, actual Incompetence was en
throned In tho postal service with tho result
that tho postal service Ii.ih deteriorated In effl
clency nnd Increased In defiant autocracy.
Incumbents, believing they hud a life tenure,
have set themselves up In a mtrt ot organization
thujt linn alrendy begun to claim rights miperlor
to the public that nmlntaliiH tho Hjstem. A civil
service that permits such conditions Ih Intoler-
nble, oven though the nlternntlvo s a return to
tho bad enough daH ot political Hpoll..
What the public demnnils, what It must have,
Is an efficient, polite, accommodating postal
service that seeks constantly to make itself moro
valuablo lo tho peoplo nnd their Just deiuamht.
That, the publlo has not had for eight long
'riij: wnrrr. iior.si: m)sti:uv. ,
On tbo evo of tho convention thu president'.?
health was "deplorable." Ho wim painted aa
having boon "driven to an untimely end by. hH
enemies," Thim ho recovered ami received con
gratulailoiiH on bis "restored health."
Hut on the evo of tho election ho suffered ti
rolapso and his condition again becamu "tragic
and pitiful;" fear whs expressed that ho wuh
making "his lust publlo utterance." Now wo nro
told that his health Is fine, that ho is rnldly re
eoverlliK Ills Wonted vigor, and that ho Is some,
whut anxious us to what Job ho will tnko after
he leaven tho white house.
It is perplexing. Isn't there some way to
unravel this while house mystery?
TIIH .I.XIWNKSU I.Ni'HKAKi:.
I'ompleto eensuH icporbi shaw that the In
ureao In Japanese pijpulutlon in Calliornla du.'
ing the lust decade has been !'.!." per cent; in
Washington 32.1 per cent, nnd In Oregon 17.7
per rent. This in tho face of Japan's "gentle
man's agreement" to pievent emigration of Its
nationals to tho l'nelfio slope.
Tho matter Is mentioned only for tho pur
pOHo of showing that tho peoplo of the Pacific
slopo nro within the facts when they assert that
Japan has not kept faith with this country, and
that nothing short of exi-luslon can prevent tint
w )y Nippon from eventuatl) colonising una of
tbo falrist sections of tho United mates.
III- (Ml. l.orl,in,
Ah u UlideistHiul It, (letternl Wrnligel did
not stop to argue with tho Hmls,
Tlio lindlltie, "I'MrrU Wheel Omiineil.'' prob
nbly rofem lo 11 part of (lit) domocratlc state
'I'lm girl on Mouth Mnln wants lo know If we
-itn fttrnlsli her with tho rtt(ip for milking
Ono dlfflettlly with l.ovo'n Young Dream snis
Uln DhIIh tirmn. Is tlmt very often It degcniT
itH into h note.
I.utber llHrrlsnn wnnta h euphonic n ime f r
t ttttw wrkly Join mil ht Is rihoitt to tssue at
Ada. ilow will "t'ontolw I'liltadltim' 'do?.
'hlillev .lbe, Whit Olieo SUCCPBsflllly edited .1
lm 11k h ml a mill ranch out in western Kansas,
Ii.ih decidedly Improved the Kmiishh city Journal.
Where do you get Unit "H-ei-nt gns stuff?"
nsks Hill Dlngley. I.ook nt yur gas cant nnd
inn If t does not rend "110 iiMn pur l.ntitl feet."
When 11II1I the corporal Inn loiiiinliwlon nllp this
extra 2 cents to tho company
Hpenklng of the movement lo have the legls
latum 1111HH 11 law nrobililt Inu irlrlH under ID
from mgrivlnpT, ooh 16-yenr-nld girl who rueent-'
ly emiirnced mairimnny wit nt n to know if a
clatiMi 1 uitiiot lm Inserted making It rcU-onctlve,
Just to HIiiHtrate thn dlstiirbtiig Influence it
the girl ilovMislnlis, the young man who in mm
panleil her to a theater the other evotilw; unib r
took to explain each act. When tbo show w.ih
ilmoMt over It wiih dlsiovered that ho had been
refeirlng to next week'H program.
The November number or the "HuU'h Kve'1
ilenlM with the Aetnn-ler' (ouv-entlon In Tulsa,
profueely llluslrati'il with cnrtooim taken- from
life, and believe me, II I was one of tho victim.,
wtyH Hill ningley; the cartoonist would certainly
need both life and accident Insurnnie. We don't1
know who writ It nil. but ho In wasting his tlmt
studying mortuary tables. Among other things I
he Hays tho bouiuet ronliibuted by N. (I, Hen
thorne. president of tho KIwnnlH etult. caused
the f 1 01 ti I decotatloiiH to wilt and quit, nnd Hint
I. (I. Iing almost brokn up tho party with his
liaromctar of Public Opinion
Here lie l, IYIIowh!
l-Mltor World- Iteplylng to Mrs. X In regard
to smoking, I wish to ask Mrs. x to give ono
good leusou why any ono should um tobacco.
In any foim? Were men born with a cigar, or
cigarette In their moutliH? Did you ever see
h smoker that had any respect for those that
do not smoko? Huch a thing Is ancient history.
Thn property loss In this country by flro
directly due to smoking will amount to Hovcrnl
million il,.:i.-na annually, sufficient to feed and
clotho all tho inphan children In tho United
.Tho amount ot money Hpent onnually for
tobacco and tho land wasted by Hh clutlvatlon
would feed and clotho all tho starving children
III l lm olit world.
It Is certainly a punishment to bo compelled
to Ml In an office nil tiny In which thern aro n
numlier of tobacco flemlH that aro polluting
thu air with their stlnch. How can any woman
have tho ncrvo to defend smoking after alio has
innaleil tho sweot rimy breath of 11 cigar or tilt-
arelto fiend, she mirely Iiiih 11 great taslo for
knlck-nackH. How can any ono defend tho
filthy habit of smoking that Ih of no earthly use
to miiniiitui or neast, lint on the other hand Ih e.
tremendous waste of money nnd nnorev.
Personally 1 um willing to grant every man
the right to smoko If ho wnnU to, hut ho' should
bo willing to grant mo tbo name tight that to
bo ulloucd to brcatho puro air. You cannot
go Into an office, hotel lobby, dining room or
cufo without being compelled to breathe air
nut l ls,iieavy ladcncd with sickening cigar and
HmtiketH nro doing to tobacco tho samo thing
that drinkers did to whisky, they nro writing
tybacco's obituary, nqd d oil speed tbo time.
X. Y. Y..
HartlcHvlllo, November 17.
Udltor World: I've never been rich, so I could
baldly Hay: "Hut I'd rather be poor, than never
I'O guy! There'H a lotH happening to rich folkn
those das. Moniu nro mado happy, but moat nro
made to pny!"
Thete'H that wealthy man married to n chorus
girl, I think be really loved her. Instead of her
curjo! Then there Is that big sensation about n
wayward duke, who lost a rich wife, but they
rtere nhviiVH 'hike.'
Most wonderful of all, was tho little ole' tot
bat was born In darkness nnd got rich nt n
hot Ah long us you're different, anything will
lo; 'c.iiiho a hairdresser In Hnglnnd married a
Hiitlsh count. So?
I feel awfully sorr-y for a certain olo' guy,
whose wife can't get tbo money to buy htm a
tie! O, not tho regular dollar-and-hnlf one; sho
tvantH five thousand dollars. Isn't that u small
Homo peoplo in Hngland. and they're rich
folks, 'tis said, have gone to find on Island whero
tax colleutoiH will never show their heads. Tho
colony will havo no polltlca, what's the use?
lou'll not havo to bother your head, thinking of
Now IndlcH nnd gentlemen, should you In any
tent. .ill..... .1.1.. . . ...
....j, ,,un mneiuure, iei mo go, ir only
for n iliivl
for a day!
(Copyright, 1920, by 1-Mgar A. OiiOBt.)
Thanksgiving Is the time when wo
(live pinyerH of thanks for all wo i-ce,
l-'or nil the joy that's como our way
With every week an' every d.tyi
An' Just to show our gratitude
We load tho table down with food
An' io to work to eat our fill
Till mother says we'll nil bo 111,
I've sturfed myself a dozen ways
Through forty-two Thankhgtvin' linvu;
1 guess I've eaten cranb'ry sauce
Knough to km (l ploughman's horse,
If turkey JmrtH u man, I vow
I wonder how I've lived till now
Of helpings I've had three or four.
An' longed to pnsj my plate for more.
Twould make a stack full six foot high
To measure all thu pumpkin plu
I've risked niy life to put away
In real observance of the day
If good things which the Ionl provide
And fixed up by cook besides,
Can dual a man a fatal blow,
I Hhould havo died long yonm ago.
I've et preservea an' citndled yams
rMn,,l.li'.,,l,,!lrV1 "l1"1' uroil hams
nnough to feed n regiment!
I've et unto my hcnrt'H content,
An' wplte ot all the doctors say,
1 never htiffercd much that way,
So I Just let 'em eat their fill
Though mother says they'll all bo 111.
Drum mlcks or wings or piece n' breast
whichever part they like the best
I load upon their plates an' say
"Now get that back here right nwnv
1 .it till you've pot before you. then'"
Send up your Plate to me again
Let out yiur belts -that I tho wiy
To rckbrato Thanktgiving jjaj
CARTOONS OF THE DAY
(CuvirUht 10C0 It Tha Chlcno Trlbuna.l
Aooel 7 r "There's coing fo
s r TW y.-SL ,Spfrcer -Aw DE s t-oT of onem- I .
I I 1 1
The Promoter's Wife
By JANE PHELPS
I'rcdcrlck Argues With Noll n in
Ills ltuslnerH Methods.
I did an I had planned. Nell only
laughed at um fur my pains.
"Tonko hnsn't touched It," hu de
clared. "Hut you you only opened that
bottle nt night. You haven't
you couldn't drink nil that In ono
"Well, I did! Ho stop your fussing.
You aro getting to bo a regular nag
ger, l-'lrst it Ih meddling In my
btisinrsH, then It's what I driiiK.
Can't you mind your own affairs,
ami let mo mind mine?"
I Haw that Nell wiih disturbed. Ho
had not been drinking hut hu looked
rather wild-eyed, and not at all llko
himself. I laid it to tho amount ho
hud drunk thu night liefoie, nnd
tried to soothe, him by saying I was
afraid It would make him 111. Hut
hu paid no attention to my half
hearted apology for my fault-finding
and asked me to hurry dinner.
"A couple of men are coming up
here after dinner to talk busilnesH,"
ue torn mo wnen I nsKi-u lilm If ho
was going out.
Ho ato scarcely nnvthlmr. Imt
drank seveinl cups ot strong coffee.
ue nan also mixed lilmsi f a cock-
tall after dinner.
I wiih with lltic Itobert when tho
men came, hut as I left tho nursery
I heard loud voices. They sounded
angry, "vehemently no." I thought
to myself as I halted a moment. I
had not intended to listen, but tint
ns I was about to go on 10 my own
mom, i nenrii ono sentence very
1 nu ll lie In 1nll vet. If vm, .Inn'f
look out, I-'orbos!"
Nell In Jul)' What could they,
mean? 1 crept slowly and auletlv
nearer, until I wiih almost opposite
the library door. Once I heard
someone open the cellnreite. and
caught thu clink of glnsscH. I could
hear an occasional angry word, or a
loudly-spoken one. hut I could nmU..
jiothlng of Huch fragmentary bits. I
mum near more-
Hint 1 WUH belltttlmr mvnnir l.t.
listening that I might be cunrht
The Young Lady
Across . Way.
KU-trl II mm
satlon of setting in tho barber chair
without doing enythlng.
It may srem unkind to say It, but
the girl who Is always powdering her
noo In public? deserves to marry the
rtiv who Is alwaj-H hitching up his
hep and tucking down hut shirt.
The young lady across tho way
f-tvM Hhe certainly docs hnie to seo
riilgluus prejudice mjei't-nl Into
polltus nnd Hli'' was sorry to hear
the Monroe doctrine discussed so
much In tho cumpalen.
THE WINTER OF THEIR DISCONTENT.
Kcnfl Thrco Negroes.
Sp'clal to The World.
TAHI.KSL'AH. November 10.
Among those Appointed as delu
gates from Chertee county to nt
tend tho sociological "congresn In
Oklahoma City on the 23d Inst, are
sate liepresentatlve-eiecl Iiiiucu u.
Keonan. County Commissioner J. !'
nnd humiliated, never entered my
mind, I simply hud to hear what
thrse men wero saying. Tonko went
tn with chopped Ice, and I heard
Nell tell him they should not need
him again. Then, Just ns tho door
closed, he .said:
Do you mean to tell me, Fred
erick, that you refuse to help mo?"
So Mr. Frederick was ono of the
men, and he hud refused to help
Nell, In what? Wan If someone else,
who, like Scott, wanted to get rfd
of what Nell had sold him? Who
someone again threatening Nell? I
must know, I would know. I nut out
Thompson, and Solomon Hiirllu,
John Ford and Charles Itlchardson.
The later three aro negro citizens,
Hnrlln and Kord nnd Charles
Hiirllu and Ford being tho wealth
iest negro farmers and
of Hulbert township,
son Is general utility
,l)btl I'rom Old Injury.
PONCA CITY'. November 19.
Tho death Wednesday of Andrew
Oallagher, aged 76, was caused by
Injuries which ho received five
years ngo when ho fell from a lad
der oh which he wan working. Gal
lagher wns born In Ireland but calno
In early llfn to America. Two sons
and three daughters survive him.
the lights, nnd crept to tho library
door. Now that Tonko was dis
missed for tho night, thoro was lit
tle danger of tho servants seeing me.
Hut If Nell or ono of those men
should open tho door, discovery was
certain. Yot I determined to risk It.
I crouched low, a little to one side
of the door the opposite side to
which It oponed. Yet I Hoon was
able to distinguish thu speaker, and
to follow tho conversation to a cer
tuin extent. They all spoke loudly,
ns If excited, Bometlmes angrily.
"I tell you, Forbcw, they could Jail
you for things you havo done. For
Clod's sake, man, stop It! If you
don't care for yourself or the people
whom you aro beggnrlng by selling
them your worthless stocks, think of
your wlfo and child of tho disgrace
It will he to them If this comes out
as It surely will If you go on much
longer. 510 per cent, men never get
nwny with their crooked deals and,
to be frniik, they are no worse than
the deals you and Ulack hero are
putting over selling mining stock
whero there are no mines, oil
i hares whero no oil has been foim,!
and taking money from widows and
orphans ns well as fool farmers nnd
"Tho world is full of suckers.-t
f don't get their money, someone
cIho will." I knew by his answer
that Nell was trying to Justify Itlm-
"Tho someono else will pet
caught, then, Just oh you will bo If
you don't quit." It w.-ih Mr. Fred
erick's voice. Then tho other man
uiu ono tney caned Hlack-sald
something, but', try ns I would, 1
ouhl not catch it.
To be Continued.
Elmer Moots has a now car.'bntilt
still use his buggy fer sparkln". Some
tollers nro ho hard up t' bo entcr
tninln' that they toll how thor wives
TIIH PAHIv AVH. NKWS
Slsslety. Miss .Mary Watktnsca
lite stocking canto down last Sunday
wllo she was taking a wawk on
Hrond Street and she had to go all
the way home lobslded holding it up
with ono hand, tho scandio not be
ing over yet.
Miss Maud Jonsons little sister
Mtss Dottle Jonson made her en
trants Into slsslety last Satldday at
tlrnoon by following Mr. Charles
t Putin) Slmklus nnd Miss Maud Jon
son wen they went to take a wawk,
nnd she made her entrants out ngen
wen Miss Maud Jonson warned her
sovrel times and then chased her
half way home.
Pome by Skinny Mnrtln
TO MY UK ST OIHIi
I like my oatmeel nb-e and nweet,
My teo with plenty of sugnr I
Yo ho and a bottle of rum!
I eat lump sugar llko n horse.
I spred big spoonfulls on my force,
Hut yeure ns sweet ns they come.
Intrlstlng Parks About lntrhtlng
People. Sam Cross says he'hnsent
got eny grudgo agennt gottlng his
hair rut but wnt ho hntes Is tho sen-i
It t.s tlio
"Tho stara Incllnn but , , ,
(Cij(t. 1910 by Mci.'lura
Moreury rulcn ti,,.
friendly power, aecoi-ln
ogy. Saturn In In m ,i. t,
All the slgnn sc. m i.i .
tho continued lorim
gnmtn. The printed w. i
K roit t sway.
.Vewsnnpni-H and nn ,i
under tho best direction .
KditorH will enjoy urm- ,
AiHertlsliif Ih to be, . ,
morn a medium of m. ,!. , ,
nnd it lntii develop ai,,
the seers predict.
Saturn rontlnuen In t,
poet nnd tbo outlook f. , ,
mllng In not no g,ej,t ., ,
Tho plcvntnm e nt Mi,,,
feet tho iiecewmrlen of
Thoro Is a nign n,at .,
plc.iRlng tho vanishing -and
old Idoan, but tie :
period of seomlug re.o n ,
Tlio soei-H (loelaro tln -.
grcs.s in recognition of -brotherhood
will bo mad. t-,
Women will do well to -Important
innviM today, 'i
Hcem to lono ground iii't
a brief time, but they ar,.
great power later.
While Kntitrn f row iih
lonely nlaees should i,
Thieves prosper during tl.M
Tho af fairs. of hospitals ,., lr v,.,.
HHtltutlotiH may bo ltut.-,0 ; 'L
thin time. "
Theatrical affalrn will f. r )r-
prosperotm at' thin, time, Irr ar
changes in management arc n - .
California continues sub (;.
rulo ofthu planets making t ? r t't
progress In nil the nru t, w,
bo it necullar frlenrHinen. .
ever belongs tn the world o! i i
ninons residents on tho l s .
I-lres havo been predl. trd for thi
autumn when tho hpcm d- n
heavy losses will bo Riistiun. i -ih.
greatest care In r.-ifeguardir K puli.n:
property is enjoined.
i-ersons Wlioso b rthll.lln
should ntto.l strletlv t,, t
nnd run no risks. Those wl
employed should bo verv c.-.
Children born, on this d
likely to bo thoncrhfiil ne l
Thcso sir?JcctH of Capl.-orn ut-i.iPy
aro great studontR.
flvoiKM Flu Victim Hurled.
Special to Tito World.
PONCA CITY. November JJ.
Tho funeral services for Carl 0
Perkins, an overseas man. w. v, ilt!,i
this nftcrtioon nt Newkirk. tlio b"'
hrfvlng arrived last Sunihiy tvenln?
from Now York. Ho was a priv.i'"
In Company K, 156 Jnfarm. II
wns afflicted with "flu" when 1,
left Anierlca for overse.tH w.ttt h.i
regiment and upon arrn,t .
Franco ho was Kent to a h..splUi
whero ho died soon afterward lilt
parents nro Mr. and Mrs. J. V. 1'tr
kins of Nowklrk.
man of this
Crook Jmiwrsonutcs Dealer.
Special to Tho World.
PONOA CITY, Nnvombcr U.
Somo person, unknown to J(icp!i
W. Donahue, automobile e.ilii
dealer of 'this city, used his mm
promiscuously on a recent a tt .r o
bllo tour of Iowa nnd whertve- b
went ho had bills fvr rej air '
charged to Donahue, who Ins i n
commenced to receive 'lea. II
was driving n gray-t olon 1 hv
en-passenger liulcl; car a " i on N
vembor 1 had n. collision near C nn
ell Bluffs which did corji.b -ij.tIr
damage to another car. f -r with
Donahue is now asked to i av Tht
total bills, thUH far rc.naing Pona
hue, nro well Into tho humP-cila o'
Musk Is Essential
The Vei7 Spirit
It brings tho masters of t
fortu to your homo, m
every detail of their arusti..
It offors you tho opporti
expressing your moods m '
Mngs in music for It is -PIANObiA.
tho player pi.tr
excellonco. Instrument supreme, for
STICClC, VlIKKfiOCK or STUOUD I'lanb
Intot lrlfcM In XI, S (Tiny ntngo front $S05 up) and oiu
obi liLstrtimcnt Is taken In part exchango.
417 South Main
TllAorrflU A. J. CRIPE, Manager