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Daily lliblkul Quotation
.liinuury (I. ,,i
The Lord rim. I" hi... nnd i7'' 1 ;,Vi
will Klvn grace nnd wl'TV. ii ! ' ', Vft Vn
withhold from thorn Hint w,.lk uprlghlll. 1
Wlillo Fertr hints, 'Thc.c's HomothWiB that ""'
hntcr hu withholds Is I....KI y "
How full I" tlm promise, -1 lui Lord nm itv
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All things nrn yotirn. lJl-JL- aa
tiii: ;ovr.HNou"s mhnkasi:.
The governor's mcwmge to tho Klghth l'Kl
latum must hnvo hern very Brnllfylr.it t "very
gentleman with designs on tho ntntr, tiriimny.
In a paper of hiiumuhI Inmlli ul..uii.llnK In
BlIttorlriK KoiiprnlltliH not n worl wn mtlil toticli
Ihk tlio nrU of .'conomy. And xvlillo 0r. wim
a cnrfnl iivoldnno.of npoclflo HUgKMtlonB ntomf
Hint line, uh ItocomcH nn cxpfrU'lir-.l worluimn.
Hie, Kwvm InipreHMlon win. conveyed Hint no
onr.o.1 rxUtM Mr rnfUHliiB unyl.ody iTnyHilng.
The Kovrrnor tate Hint wl.llo tin. .'ondltloiH
of the. farmerH i.rfl n.imalHfnctory nt tho inenei.t
momont. -till III' on ..l.iin.Un.o of leA.
,! food, und t.n.inerHoi.ul.ly IiiIImwIm Hint
th.-lr troul.U-H nro ho trnnnltory nn t" JuMlfy n
epetlnl ..oi.Mder.aion In tho woy of icMrnlnlim
An a whole, tho iiwhwibo mv-H th wny Tor
the orny of npproprlatloim which the proKriu.i
aUH for. Thin fentt.ro of tho im-nmiKn nnd tho
labored nnd t.ndlnUled, effort to Kft hnck" nt
hl crltUB. tnltn up tho Kn-aUr imrt of tho
Tlmro nie. however, wmm miKKetdloiiH Hint nto
tn lino with puhllc opinion nnd tho ile.eltU'H of
tho Muto. Whlln tho Htntoincnt Hint tho oducn--lonul
fncllltlcH of tho Htnto nr.. not yet rotn
n.cnRurntn with Um needn nrotiHCH tho Himplclon
tlint tho Kovr-rnor I- imvlim tho way for tlm
i-reatlan of nddltlonnl Htnto l.iNtllutloi.H. nnd In,
in fact, without jurtlflrnlloti. ho In on Hound
Bround when ho wwi.rU. that tho hlKhcr In. I
lutloiw of lenrnlnic Hht.uld form the npex of t in
ducntlonnl lutein nd the rommon iichooln It
1U nunln Ih on eonHlr.ttlvo nn.u.id when he
HUBRt tn that n honrd ofv nurvey ho nppolntod.
to work In tho Interim, Mr tho purpono of innk
1..B' u caroMl InveHtlKntlon of tho eduentlannl
Hydtom. Mild honrd to make flrml icport nnd too.
on.mondntlonH to tho noxt hchhIoi, of tho IIh
laturo. Huoh hoard of nurvry nhould not only
Imvo nuthorlty t Invertlnato nnd ...commend
mntti.ru relntlnB to oducutlonal InstltutlonH. hut
nil tuto li.Htltutlot.H. with tho Idea ot coohoL
ldntliiK. Naturnlly tho vnhn. of hiuIi HUivey
would Mepond nltogother on tho character of tho
men componluit the boa.d - n fact tlm ImUlnluri.
Khould tnko carefully Into account. And tho
flndlt.Bi. of Mich hoard nhoilld ho lilvni. to tho
proHs from tlmo to H.no toBether with IM ro
port nnd recommendation. Hint put.llo opinion
may ho Intelligently formed In ndvnnco of tlx
meotlnif of tho i.nM Heiwlou,
MkewlHO. tho Bovt'rnor'n miKK'lon Unit u
puidon honrd ho created nhouhl ho ulv.m euro
ful conHlderatlon. Tho idea Ih houiiiI. hut Homo
thlng different from what ho miKBeMH will ho
rciulrt'd U It la to Imvo tho approval of tho
U-KlHlaturo and tlio puhllc. It U .luntflrant
thut tho crltlcUuiH uBiilimt tlm par.lonli.B lrno
tlocH ot tho ndmlntHtiatlon hnvn penetrated tho
t'OUHcloUHtieHa of tho execntlvo to mich nu extent
that ho foil Impelled to Blvo recoBilltlim even
to tho Idea of a pardon hoard.
Of courHe, tho ntnto hoHpltnl iprelvcd-exooutlvo
approval. That wi.h to hnvn been expected Hlnco
It wan In tho Kovurnor'H offlco that tin. wonder
ful Idea wan horn and pluiw laid for forcltiK Hi"
loBlKlaturo to accept It through an appearand
of overwhelming public opinion In IIm fawtr.
So thoroUBhly hiiH puhllr ntteullou been foeuseil
on HiIh mcnHure, that we think li no exaggera
tion to Mote thut on Kh hultck or f.illnt.. de
ptndH tho muccch!. or fnlluie of lb." Klghth legm
laturo. tiii: u'-Afiin: ov womi.n vtvn:ns.
Two IdeuH nro neoklng to Influence thn newly
'ntrunchlHed woman voter. Ono of them, put
foith by "Tho I.nnguo of Women VoterH," Honkt.
to form a claHH-coitHclouH voting iuohh that will
function from tho Mnndpolnt or rex cltlrcnnhlp.
Inovltuhly Htich practlco will array Hm woman
voto in houtlllty to men and men In hoMlllty to
Tho other Idea, Advocated In Oklahoma by
Mrs. Otis Uuretou, vlce-chulrmui. of thn ropuh.
Hcnn Htnto committee, neekH to havo the women
simply function uh cltlvtcnti rrgni'dlcHH of hox
nnd In thulr natural alliauro with oxlstlnc parti;
nan organlzutionn. Tho tendency ot thh) prac
tlt'O would bo to make women Maud on a pro
cIhq equality with men and without nrouHlng
tho Mlghtwit ncx or class eoiiHclouHneiia or en
gcriderlnK any hostility between tho Hexes in
Hurely tlio thoughtful woman cannot hcsitatc
M to her cholto hutwreu thiHe two conflbt.t
Ideiit, Thin ii In not n Mtldftnl of liollllcn or nlat'i
'tnft In lln. 1.1 ml hut linn lilihexltiitlrigly run
ileiuiHMj tin. (,f winiii n fortiiliiK u rcparnii'
I'arly iilong nex Unix. I'm Ihiiu to demand
icioKiililon rlmply nn nex gruiindH Ih for Hiem
to Justify nil lliut wiih .'Mir mild by opiiii.ci.tH of
ei.inl Miffr.iKc, nnd In crenlo u podltlvo mutiaco
III I bo body politic,
Tlm World linn mi fear of (by movement ur
'rcdim; eventually, but It ilnen fenr Hint tltero
Ih nn liiHblloiiH nnd Miiblln iloi;ii(iiiiila on iiiiioub
Ihonii clllier illiei'tltig or fliii.tirlng "Tlm Iiikiio
of Wotrii'ii V'doiH" that tb"y may get u groat
many good women into etnhnrrn ruing dlfflutiN
lien ninl nullify, in a grout intent, IIm miunil
nilvlcn and li'iiderMilp of tboio Hlraliihl-thlnklns
women liiji) MrH. ruriion.
Thnt'i (lie now In Dm field for thin Iragtm
oicniilrerH nnd iiiiiiigiiinllHtM, iieekltu: to arouno
InteicM In IIm linigiiti'H i niivi ntloti In ''Itivi liini),
Ohio, next A ii II. Their argument Ih that tho
leiigun Ih puiely fur rilllcallonal piirponefi, Hint
It In noiipiiitlMin. Itut It Ih Hlgulfli nut, or nhould
be, that it Htudbd iffoit Ih iihhIi. to brink Into
'Ih1Ii.b party otRanlzittlotiH wbetn Mllientloual
work of tlm mom "Ifeellvo kind Ih lulnir con
Tlm furl Miouhl not be lont night of that thin
lengtin of women voterH wan (irganlr.cd under
llm direction of tlm National Hutfrago unnocla
tlon, nn oigiiulHtion that Iiiih long been domi
nated by tho mllltanlH who never tiuccoeded In
'iillHlltig Hm Hympntlmtlu mipport of tho vnm
body of wiimniily women of America.
Thcrn Ih no f i I . I fnt llm Um;un of Women
Votm-H In Oklahiimii, and wn propheny Hint tho
effortH of Uh orgiiiil.eiH will bo frultlunH ninong
that Hplriidld i'Ii.hh of women who functioned
no magnificently and patriotically during tlm
hint (iimpiilun, nnd who nro content to iishuuio
their pimltlonH nn tlm firing linn of pnlltlcn nn
I'lllteim proud tn Until! Hbuillder to nhouldir with
their men, limlead of Aiua.uiiH ambitiously neck
ItiK n ruiumnnil on rexKroiindH ulone.
KOMH MOUK NTItAWS IN Til II VINI,
fiormnn inatiufacturerH havo Invndud Hpnln
nnd nliibnrraHHed pretty nearly alt conceriiod by
Hulling goodH at flgtin-H that cannot ho met by
mnnufaetuieiH uf other natluiiH. It Ih wild thorn
inn more than a million dollum woith of (ler
mnn textllcH In Hpanlnh warehuimeH whluh nrn
offered an low Hint neither HpntilHli or American
iiint.ufai'titrerH enn meet them; and that In tho
rttall Mini en HpanlHl. merchaulH find their
American texllli.H forced onto tho higher Hlmlven
whlln tlm cheaper Oornmn-imutu goods nrn In
Not only nro tho tlermnn uianufncturcni
'inollng lower pile'H, but they nrn giving ex
'i HHlvoly long perlndH of credit. Tlm (JiirmnnH
hnvn nlnn piiHl.ed Into the HpanlHh market two
inakcH of (leriuau earn which they nrn offering
at practically thu hiiiiio prleo i.Hked for tlm
chenpent Amerlcuu yir.
Ilrldgepnrt, Conn,, Ih Htnndlng up nnd unking
to hu recognized, In court (hero tho other day
thn defendant, rhaiged with muiiHtaUBhter,
imlzrd and forcibly klsned thn wlfo or IiIh vic
tim, who promptly kci earned nnd fainted, Tho
wife ot tlm defendant. iiIho tell Into n hwooii,
nnd tlm roiiitronm hrolcp Into tin uproar. A
thoughtful and tactful bailiff promptly cracked
tlm dlntiirher over Uio head with bin Hlxnhootcr
and tli gentleman wan carried to bin rpll tin
cunr.cloiin. Hut think ot that In Hm offetn ennt.
Alexander llowatt, thn KanH.in gentleman who
Homettuin ago got tho Idea that ho wtih bigger
than tho Bovernmnnt, hnn Junt been dofentnd
by his fellow unluninen for thn offlco of vlco
plt'Hldent of tho 1'nlted Minn Workern of Amer
ica. The Bontlemau blmmilf iefuneH to believe
the repoit, now It. Hinting thaj hn Ih srenter even
ifiau bin union. They get that wny, but nobody
HceniH to ItnoW how or why.
Cuban polltlm Ih different. They held their
election Kt'Vernl weekn ago nnd Hm official uu
thoiltleH know who wiih elected, hut condltlonn
nro (inch they nro afraid to proclaim tho' result
for fear of Marling a revolution. That l what
people mean ulien they talk about certain peo
ple not bring capable, of Helf-Kiivcrnnient. It
reipilrrn a man on hoieclinck to make moHt of
thn fnllifl of this world behave.
Miuiun (loldmau Ih pleading with everybody
who will listen to hnr to bo tnkeu back to
America. And only n few nbort iuoiiHih ago
lhumn wnH honntlng of thn benutlen of Russian
Ihiu when rumpared to Atnerlcal If ntumn Ih
forced to remain In ltiusla a tow inouthH loiiBor
Hho'U probably bv entirely cured of that- attack
According to stoileH sent out, Chicago put on
a regular, old-fiiMhlonod New Venr'a eve, not -wlthstanillng
tlm r t forts of thn prohlb officers
tn makn It a inotlern affair. According to tho
T.lbuun everboily wan driukhiB Mead(ly and
nobody wiih caught Using either Bropo Juice or
Tl.eie ate n lot of problems befinn thu
cnuntiy, but somehow or other nobody Ih down
hearted. Knmcthlng Is going to happen about
March -I that will makn life seem well worth
If we mail thn hIriih cnriectly then, is hope.
Mr. Tnwiiley and his nonpartisan league ate on
llm tnbngiian with no Impes, lumpers has been
repudiated, llowatt defeated and thein are.
oilier signs that inesnn Is reascei.dlng her
' l.euiliug intndH" nrn all well enough in their
way, Ijni tho country placed thn full responsi
bility nu onn leading mind. 11 will lit. well
enough for all concerned to keep that thought
I'aruso, u appears, has lecoveretl ft out thn
pb'tiilpy but hu Isn't out of dancer by u durnetl
HtKht lie sllll han those five doctors nn liU
Wu should like to Inform thn tubneen-grown. s
of Kentucky that their user-frlnnds nu not "in"
"i the prico cut being dealt them Itj the ninnu
fiu till ITS
TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1921.
Auulber tiling wn don't understand In why
Hm people miflcrlriK from a given illHenso hnvw
nurh n rcmnrknbln luereiinii Just b fore Hm leg
lxl.it u i l united for nn nppfoprlnllun to eradi-
"ltd thu dli'iiHu.-Benntor Luther Harrison In
thu Ada N'oWt.
Hnnalot, yuifrn Just plain tlrlriKi you do mi
derstnnd nil nbotit It. Now talk nnd voto that
It Is uretty thoroughly understood that Mr.
Wall, in. n in be a cabinet member under the
next 'itlmlnlstiatliin. Iowa hitiR ago contracted
Hm habit of naming Hie reetetary of ngrlrul
turn nml appears nn hopiilenHly ntldlntod tn It
nn In dlnriitiingi. nil other ntntcs from even
putting In n chlui.
lit IMIl l.ttlon.
Civil nervli'o In Hiune 'luartcrn In coimldornd
llm a ,i modi, fur federal pie,
The Intent f, .r,Kl , ((( ,
the maid hoivi. the dinner on the skip nnd stop
.lust nt the pieneut innment we on n't think uf
iitiytlilng wltb intirn zip umi exnltemcnt than u
checker runtert by mail.
Aflnr reiiillng thn Itntniv f'ftiln tit ft till u ttr
cannot iludciMniul Imw tho club has Imvi nhln
III ll'tlllll UH III I'll) IKTMIII l.
It Is safer tn tit. to u riuin Who Is looking for
it Job than trail nlong with tho man who In
merely looking fur n position.
One of the rarest things on this enith Is the
heir who rnshen In on unn nf thnso expiring 0!.
year-ieasn estates uiutli niilllons.
A lot nf now rountv ntturnevs are iinnntinelnir
that nu "straw bonds" will be accepted by them.
Aimtnnr mow at tlm wlieat annum.
The appointment of .1, O. I'eterH an chief of
pollen or MuAlcHtcr probably crcntcH it vacancy
In one of tho .any ohalin nt tho Doss House.
The old-fnlftlnned Hpendthrlftless, who put
everything Mm had nn her back, now him tt
daughter, nayH tlm Dallas News, who doesn't
put anything .but tnlcutn on hois.
Hpeaklng .of Inconsistency, there Is Luther
Harrison writing editorials against tin. Htnto rid
mlnlntralion nml I.uther Harrison nn statn nen
iitor, helpiiiH; tlm statu iidtnlnlstratloi nrgnulzu
am Itussell might uh well renllzo now ns
h.ten nn ihat ni.t cannot bo elected governor
solely upon a plunk oppuslng (luvurnor Hobert
hoi.'h personal pardoning uystetn. ,. ,-Hn with
profit takn a leaf ftum lloh lJcllols' prlvnto
When the police commissioner pets l.ls
tllTI .'III Ml, IMIttU l.t... n.i.lm. ...n t. .. ...II, 1. ..
r. iiiki ..V..1..II u it lint I IIS Will IIU
ahln tn si'CUrn safer nnd muro efficient gunners
than Hiimo of those who now man tho police
guns. The trouble, with tlm present armament
seeniH to hn that tho bullets scatter In every
dhcrtlun exi ept the target aimed nt.
Barometer of Public Opinion
Tli Item Question Again,
r.dltor World. While thn chamber nt com
merce Is making an investigation of the excess
ive rentH paid for living uuarteiH In the city.
might it not also be well for them to cheok thu
rentals for offices, and nseeitaln It they are
reasonable. What advantage Is It It a man may
lent living quarters icasuuahly If Im Is com
pelled to .ay such high rentH for offices that he
cannot carry on l.ls huslnesa profitably?
Tlm writer Is advised that rooms in the Ken
nedy building, In slxo nbuut Hxl4 feut, rent for
utiywheru from 7ll to S0 per loom, according
to location, nnd Hint rentH In other buildings are
tlm same, or higher In proportion to space fur
nished. Tlm writer offices In tho Ho-callcd New
Ifcinlel building, which Is probably In a class by
Itself, beciiusn uf tho well known character und
disposition of Its owner. Jn this building, In
which no effort Is made to give any servleo such
as Is ordinarily furnished In modern office build
ings, rentals have been raised from flu to JU
per month nlncn September 1, and two rooms
now tent fur lt)fi per month, or $55 each. The
looms are not much better than short corrldon.
partitioned off nro not cleaned, and Hoomlngly
no effort Is made to glvo any Janitor servleo:
llm fleviiloi' seivico Is almost negative? the
lolletH nrn dirty and Insanitary; offlco fiirnlturo,
H.ich as euspldoi-H und waste baskets are some
times cleaned hut seldom returned to tho room
In which they belong. In short, the building prac
tically runs Itself. And yet, the prohibitive price
In other buildings compel Homo to occupy rooms
in this building and put up with tho Indiffer
ence and lack of ptlde nf the owner.
Oklahoma City and other cities are becoming
acquainted with condition In Tulsa In this re
spect, and tho writer Is Informed that offers
from that city for better equipped and lower
priced ofrlces are boluK mado to a number ot
'CompaultH. and Individuals now making Tulsa
their headitua.lers, In order to Induce them to
locato In Oklahoma City. Tho ltnxana rotrn
leun. company, moved Its offices to St. Iiouls
for tho sumo reason, and there Is likelihood ot
iitherK fglKiwhig Its exnmplo If tho Munition lii
nut taken in hand and a chock put on tho prof
Heeling lit business landlords,
a ti:nant. '
Tuls.1, .Inn, A.
' Told Harding What to lu. '
Kdltor Win Id: I am a Orand Army man, over
S3 yearn old, My first voto wan for Lincoln In
lfcCO. I want tn say that 1 Indorse your course
In the last presld'.ntlul campaign and the stund
ngalnsl the league of ii.ittuiiH. Also, tho stand
you look against Juke L. Ilamuntniu. Hobjirtsun
Isui, Wllhonlsm. Tuft, or Herbert Hoovcrlnm.
Just hm well to send over to old Knghiud tor
u cabinet oiflccf us llomiir. 1 nm Just one uf tho
common people. I hear them talk, and they nay
steer clear of nil Uuropc. Thny say, wa told Mr.
Harding what to do, now ho ought to do It. In
Oklahoma we must put out for office clem, men
"ml won,Pn' MAHTLV HANSON
Cleveland, okla., Jan. 4. '
Tin: nitKAT. Tin: hiiavi:, tiii: wist:
UMpyiigllt, I'.'Sl. by Kdgnr A, (luest.)
These are the great, tlm men who never ask
Mure from this lift, than strength to meet
The patient, willing toilers day by day
Who servo to keep their ahlldren at th,elr
These nro thn nation's builders and her
pride-- - J
Men who stand fast when cowards step asldo,
Thene are thn brave: the men who day by
Have, much to tin anil tint so nnicl. to nay;
The quiet Links of men who bear the weight
Of burdens heavy ami tlm blows of fate,
.And et keep on. some little gain to make
Not for themselves, but fur llielr loved one'H
.These nrn llm wise- the nen who find delight
In children's laughter and their Invo each
In the rich trunsury of a friendly few,
And pleiisuies which need not he ever new.
Who rollrtw humliln ways of toll and mirth
Thfst) ii ru the wise and happ) nf tlm earth.
THE WAY WE LIKE TO
The Promoter's Wife
By JANE PHELPS
I'rcilcrlck ltcfii-cs to Consider a
replied In a reproving rnnnncr, then
changed thu subject by asking about
tho different buildings wo passed,
Nell was waiting for us, mid to tny
surprise so wiih Mr. Frederick. I
was no Hiirprlsed and pleaqed to neo
hid that 1 greeted him very cardial
ly. 1 noticed aunt looked her sur-
1 had nut nsketl Nell where ho had
spent the evening tho night hn camo
In so uhllko lumscu irom mo ci
tects of what he had been drinking.
I thought I would wait until ho was
entirely himself, und in good nu-
mor. I was terribly ntinui ne nan
been nt lllaiichu Orion's. Someway
when he woh out .now I Invariably
prlre. 1 flushed uh I recalled that
I had said I hoped there would be
no ono with Nell; then flushed still
morn nn I saw her look at inu.
"Mkf mint. Mrs. Carter. Mr. Fred
licensed him In my mind or hciiik
with her. Occasionally hu would
drop something which showed mo
I was mistaken, but most of tlio iimu
ho was very close-mouthed as to
with uh," Nell said In l.ls usual ofl
hand manner. Then went rl(it on
talglng to Mr. Frederick as wo
tailed lifter them Into tho dining
"The company Ih to bo Incorporat
ed for five million," hn said In eager
tones. "It will be Dm biggest thing
of Its kind going. AVo are Hiiro ot
suveral big wells, and that sells the
remainder ot the prospoct you know.
"Hut ForVes. you havon't nn
nwered my question yet," Mr. Fred
erick Interrupted. "Who nro asso
ciated with you In this deal?"
Just then tho heud waiter saw tin
nnd led us to a table. For a tow
moments ( tho talk wns Benerul, on
Nell ordered tho luncheon. Aunt
asked Mr. Frederick some questions,
llvidcntly my plcasuro at seeing him
had aroused Home sort of suspicion
In her mind. Hut ho answered them
all so frankly, wus so bluntly him
self that shn soon "thawed out" nH
Nell would havo said, and wuh chat
ting pleubnntly with him.
"You haven't answered my quea
Hon Forbes, who aro tho men asso
ciated with you? I novcr touch a
thing unless I know who's running
it. If tho men are on thn Hquure,
fair honest follows, tho deal Is apt
to bo on tho square also, nut If
crooks are behind It, I wouldn't Bivo
tho Htiap of my finger for nny propo
sition you can lay beforo me."
"Well. Scott Is ono of them " 1
had noticed that Nell flushed n.i
Fiederlrk talked, flushed und looked
a bit embarrassed,
"Scott's all right, but who (ire th
where he spent his tlmo; even nioro
hu than usual since his aunt came.
Nell knew ttln. would disapprove
of his netloiiH. Ho hml known Hint
fnther nnd mother had worried over
our extravngunco, and they really
wcro far ler.s worldly than Ills nunt
In many ways. Him accepted tho
extravagance, our modo ot living
without question. That a nephew
of hern could be dishonest shu novcr
would have believed. Anil shn would
hnvo been shocked tn know hn visit
ed Another woman without me, nnd
would hnvo argued with him had hI.o
"I do hope wn shall havo Nell nil
to ourselveM," I remarked to mint na
wn drovu down town, "So often ho
has people ho known lunch with
"Wo mustn't bn selfish dear Bah.
A big business man llkn Nell often
lias to do nany things on account ot
"I Buei-s I know that!" I answered
rather pettishly, "I have had to learn
that lesion perfectly. 1 shall bo so
Blad when ho fcnlH ho has made
enough so he wont havo to work so
hard, and can tnko morn time at
homo with me. Why ho hardly seen
Ilobort nowadays. Just nlcw mm
utes In the morning, nnd occasional
ly on Buuday. The boy will Hcarce
feel ucqualnStetl with him an he
grown up unless Nell in images to
glvo him moio nf his time," 1 had
unt meant tn complain uf Nell In nny
way; but when 1 started to talk nf
his absences from homo I Invaria
bly snld morn than 1 Intended,
"A man linn to Judge, what In best
for him to do In his business," aun
Tho waiter Just then brought our
luncheon. An ho laid the philes I
heard Frederick say;
"You'll have to count mo out
Forbes. I wont go ,lnto uiiythlng
with those fellows."
Tomorrow Nell's Aunt neooinen
I'op wan smoakhur nnd thinking
and ma was crowshaylng her crow
halng and tny sister C!l.it:y.i wan
wetting there lHsenlng to her rlst
wntch not going, and 1 uutl, liny pop
hay ma, hay (llnddls.
liny yourself and make, It unani
mous, sed pop.
Who wunts tn contrlhuto to buy n
-New leers dlnnlr for poor boys? I
Well Wflll. a1 tnnt hn'n till.
own, sed pop, accept my congradula
tlonx. Yes, sir, how mutch do you wunt
to contribute, pop? I sed, t
I'ut inn down for a duller, Kod'pop,
who nil are werklng for his charity?
Me and Puds Slmklns nnd 1-eroy
Shoontor nnd Skinny Martin and Sid
Hunt and Kd Wornlck. I sed.
Welt It does you nil Bratn credit,
ill contribute: 50 rents, sed ma,
III cheerfully donate a quarter lo
the cause, sed Oladdls, and pop, sod,
Wliu nro .o bet tho recipients nf thj
Now Yeer dlnnlr, If I may miiko no
Sold us to Inquire?
Kir? I sed, and pop sed, Who aro
e'ro nliiiH leadln' abnui "how
' 'mid a husband," Jest like ho wtu
an Airedale dog. It Is rumored hern
that 'Squire Marsh Swallow, who
did so much effective work fer Hi"
ltepubll.au paity this fall. 'II bo
nrcirimirly mentioned undor
i ' r.i i L'ujn
Ilit vtit iiin.ni
u,n inn i
I their nanus?
THINK OF JANUARY FIRST
19MI Br T7mCUco Tribune. I
wunt to know In n gcnrel way who
they are, well, who are they?
Me and I'udn Hlmklnn nnd Iieroy
Khoostcr and Skinny Mnrtln and Sid
Hunt and R'd Wernick, I Hed.
Well HI bo shot to pceccs, nod pop,
and ma sed, Well who ever herd. of
Hutch a thing, und Oladdls sod, Vnu
poor-little f lull, w.ils thn matter, dont
you lxpect to kv eny dinner on New
Cancol my nungcrlptlon, sed pop
and ma Hed, And mine too, and Olad
dls wed, And mine.
Wlcli I did.
The Young Lady
Across the Way
has consented to lunch
Utf tK 1WX V, ri TTl iij T. if 1.1.
rZ4 ' 0 1
We naked the young Infly across
the way If she didn't havo too many
whlto corpuscles nnd ho said on
tho other hahd they had so much
trouble gottlne a lauiidrosti regularly
that who was going to get a lot
nnd Tearlo and
Music Is Essential
r-ii ) r-i t nM )er KtVry2)
... ...... ..... i nine, ui
stummlck besides hU
fin t.,., . n t .
"tut in itnow I
1 sed mid pop and, I
About Town and
tn Hotel Ubbltt
Oil development snvetl th0 ,..
nrn Mtuatlon nt Hrlstnw af,l L
keeping tho city on tho high tki, 0.
prosperity In Hplte, of thn. cotto,
prico Mump, according 'j h u
Marker, president of tho i ,,. gu,
bank of Urlstow, who wai ,n T..i.
Tuesday. Mr. Darker sajs that a.
l'nliniin,inl n t..A . ... I ... ,.
v,viiii.m, vi ...u 4JUUI III n I K M
Iho nciv one In tho Imm.J .i .1
rlnlty of ltrlnlow la causing i, 8 tow"!
to feel like a second Tulsa, Tht,
oro no empty houses nnd r.-m. ...
roaring. Ho looks for coi.i.iii-r.i...
building activity during t ,0 (atJ
"Tulsa rent eMail, men lt n,.
public know whut they have to jtelL
declared Joh Lee, of the fn uKy .(
tho t'nlverslty of Oklahoma n ,
humorouf nddri-SH to the rt.i c,
men nt their annual bnnqua Tun
day night. "They are nt iko th
boy who had tho sack of rjiml&r
ears. This young fellow wnn snt tn
town by his father with n iclt fat
of early corn, which, bclti slihti
nhead ot tho season, rhrjui (,a'
sold well. Hla Instructions wtrc o
sell It, I'ito In thn evening the tor
returned home, fagged nnd duitj
but bringing with him Hm sack fu,
of roasting cars. Tho father w
nonplussed. 'What's the ma'erVk
nsked his on. 'nidn't you noil i5)
of them?' 'No,' the boy rep led it
Jectodly, 'no ono asked m whit 1
hnd In tho Hack.' "
"Th ntnrit Incllnn but do not comsl."
(Ctt. IIU br McClure Ntwipiptr BynO
"Ttin sthr Incllnn but do not rnmpl
While Neptune nnd the Sun are
bcneflc aspects' this morning, Juplte
Is In evil place, according to uMrr,.
It should bo a tlmo for carrylnt
out ambitious plans, for Neptun
gives a clear vision. Initiative in
largo enterprises should be well di
rected nt this time.
Tlio chances of succesn In oil spec
ulntlon or In now commercial enter
prises should bo good, while Neptune
Office-seekers nhould not lose
moment of this day In which distrib
utors of patronage urn supposed to
be upproachablo and oven sympathe.
There Is a promising Mgn for all
who look for employment, sine?
those who exercise authority will be
likety tn ha unusually generous In
awnrdlrig positions and salaries.
Selling this day In under a Mnl'ttr
sway that will bo very unlucky for
thf- stock exchange.
A sensation centering in a grtat
educational Institution Is foreshad
owed. The head will losehlfl place.
Again there may bo dubious re
ports concerning certain lines of
business, but these, will not bn of ne
rlot.H Import In reality.
Tho moon Is In a Mpn that Is ben
eficial to public revenues and prom
ises little rollcf from taxation.
Tho rlso of nn Amcrlcnil statesman
who will win lasting fame is prophe
sied. Ho will como from tho west.
Persons whose bh'thdnto it In
should beware of speculutlc In the
coming year, lluslncas will succeed
It carefully conducted.
Children born on this day may be
Inclined to be cnrnlesa and extrava
gant. They nro likely to be gifted
Told at Oklahoma City
SHU Silent Indian.
"Lo, tho poor Indian hult3 lien
now,'f raid ono of tho house demo
crats as Ben Harrlnon, veteran legis
lator, saw tho Hobortson machine
grinding at tho democratic bouse
minority caucus." Den hns heci. run
over again and ho will follow hn
silent course. Many governors hnvo
"ousted" Hon, hut ho conies back
and will bo bark again.
Tho stnto democratic machine
chose, Edwin Dabney of Altun for the
minority leader In tho house, ill-
tt,. .i.l. 1. . n ... l -,. t . n 1 1 -.n It, at
iiiiri.Htl it tvitn tit ilini ijiti(;.iii inn-
W. O. Ulsney of Muskogee might win
thut honor. Harrison said nothing,
hut ho la still an active legislator and
both democrats and republicans
would glvo much to know what the
Choctaw has planned.
' Might Increase l'racllcc.
"From tho manner and tho method
which these veteran legislators use to
recuro what they want, It lunks llko
wn physician members should be
able to build UP a considerable prac
tice," unld Dr. !:. G. b'hurp. represen
tative from iiutlirlc. Although in
middle life, tho Guthrie, physician
can "mill ronie. Ho succeed
Colonel Amos' KwlitgBtalosman, pa
triot, philanthropist nnd generalis
simo of nil who can walk without
being lieard. Sham Is not so light
on foot but can Improve with practise.
n 11 in i1 1 hi i i iiMnp
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small down payment will send this brand new piano
out for your family enjoyment. Tasteful in design,
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Osage 3133-3134 A. J. Cripe, Manager