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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JUNE 2D, 1922
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BY THE WORLD PUBLISHING CO.
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WIIV WOltKV AHOUT lTIIItOI'i:?
Mw columns, editorial pages, periodical fen
turns mid tho dully presentment of cartoonists,
contlnuo to nhnw an amazing devotion to
Europe unit lt problems, In the meantime tho
political oligarchy of labor has Just concluded
n national convention wherein tho government
was dlroctly nsnnlled, tho Judicial system at
tacked directly, and tlio Impudent demand
made that labor, professional, organized lalior,
ho made exempt from the orderly process?) of
government such as every other Interest nnd
faction In the republic has long surrendered to
and accepted willingly.
In tlio meantime a murder manracre haa been
succcsslilly conducted In one of tho greatest
commonwealths of the republic and the local
ngonclcs of government, completely dominated
by tho professional, organized element of labor
have completed their "official Investigation"
nnd found the maiwicro according to law and
therefore regular In every way and Just. In
tho meaiitltno tho professional, organized eln
ment of labor. through Its accredited lenders,
liaa hnd tho tomorlty to servo notice on uovorn
ment that It "must not do bo nnd so" because
'n will not tolernln any coercion nt the hnndM
of Kovernment." In tho menntlme tho ac
credited representative of the labor-political
oligarchy, In n conference with tho oxecutlvo
licnd of this republic, havo defiantly eald to
that executive head that "If connrean enncta nny
k'h'lnlatlon which feeka to requlro orKanlzcd
labor to urbltrnto lis difference with capital.
HiK-h lcKlnlatlon wilt bo opposed and reslatedl"
Why Kliould wo folic In tlio' ropubllo of tho
XJnlted 8tatea worry over Kiiropo'a nffnlra? Why
should wo ko so far afield to find HomflthliiR
to do? Hero nt homo Is a situation cnlllnir for
tlio best thero Is In moil nnd government, which
has too Ions been evaded, nnd which now muni
needs; bo faced nnd wrestled with until It Is
Tho Issuo Is not'hetwoen labor and employer
per he; not by n. Ions and very substantial dl
luncc. Thnt was rrovon nt Herrln, whore a
score of laboring niou were mnaxnereil by other
laboring men. Tho IwtuJ Is between an oligarchy
which seckH to dlctnte, which seeks to placo It
self nbovo nil law navo that of Its own niaklns
and enforcement, through Intimidation, forco
and murder If need bo.
Tho real Issuo Is, ns wo havo rocontly stated,
whether nn American cltlnen may enjoy his
rights ns such without first conmiltlng the labor
oligarchy. Can i mnn work In tho United
mates If the Amutlcnn Federation of I.nbor and
Its subordinate organizations say no? Must
tho child born In Amorlcn, first consult tho
labor ollssrchy Rftor h1? 1"" nttnlnnil tho years
of mnnhood before ho can cither accept n Job
or elvo employment to another. Must those
privileges accorded by tho conrtltutlon look to
tho labor oligarchy for tho protection of that
party instead of to tho govariynent?
These, nro tho basic Issues, nnd they trnn
Fi end In Importance any Issues which have con
fronted Amorlcnn citizenship nbroad In tho en
tire history of the republic. Why bother nbout
Kuropo and Its problems? Tor If existing gov
ernment 'la not sufficiently powerful to bring
tho labor oligarchy Into tho mo subordina
tion to Its orderly processes ns Is required of all
other factions and Interests, then It follows thnt
the labor oligarchy and not government Is su
premo In America. Wo will have made some
Iirogress nt least when wo havo ascertained
tli.it fact If It Is a fuct; for then nn entirely now
lnio or sot of issues will confront tho 80 per
cent of Amorlcnn cltlaons wfio '1 not belong to
tho labor oligarchy, and who, though In per
fect and proper sympathy with tho substantial
Mt-litB of the men who work with tholr linndw,
n r.' nut willing to seo tho ropubllo submerged
In a class government of Injustleo find vicious
w iiy should Americans continue to pay Vast
li'id to the troubles of Kuropo, tho while ills
rotr inline the enemies within their gnte, who
an- tiuiiiiB from within anil gradually render
iir th governmental structure nnuemlc.
li N said that President Harding In his ef
forts to compose the dl'ferences betweon tho
Uhr luads and the mine owners haa met with
m. tiling but rebuff and defiance from tho
I U'or fiend", but thnt ho Is determined to avert
coal famine next winter; that falling In his
ifforts to compose tho difficulties a.i a friendly
iiifdlaior he will take charge of tho coal mines
In the name of the government, at least to
that extont where thoy will bo opon to all men
who desire to work In them ut tho wages of
fared, nnd thnt they will bo protected, both
property and owners, hy tho army of tlie United
Tht Is the talk required nt this time. Tho
Jobs are there If ono man does not want to
work that is his business, he may retime. Hut
If neither man desires to work ot tho terms
uvuilubie, that Is liliywmo Jus buuliK'us, find In
no sense tho concern of the first mm, end he
should he accorded tho protection of evory Mi
dler and ship of tho lino If necessary In order
that ho mny exercise his cnimtltullonnl privi
leges. If clilrenshlp In thla r'epublio means any less
(ban this then we have labored under a doh.
Ion for 60 yoars; If tho duty of government
falls In any respect short of this, thon govern
ment In this republlo falls short of tho high op
pralsement we have hitherto placed upon It.
Wllh these bit sic, fundamental, vital Indies set
tled rlKht, orderly government then may nnd
will nddrean Itself to seeing that tho guarantees
of the hill of rights nro lully enjoyed by the
inen who labor, h'iihuUmh of whether they be
long to union or not. Hut never can It he
established that n cltlten of the United motes
must first secure, membership lu nn artificial
organization before he can enjoy thosn rights
anil privileges guaranteed him by the constitu
Hon of tfin lepubtlel
IM Tllll I.VTDIIIWI' OP THIS ItKCOltD,
The World has no desire to engngo In the
foolish controversy between the so-called open
shoppers and the. unions, so long as It Is con
fined to academic grounds. Hut when 'it In
volve Interest of magnitude thon In the Intereet
of tho roeord It will take cognizance of It.
The following fiont-page story which ap
peared In the Joplln Vrinitm' Ilullotln, n pub
lication which It itecnn Is Just six weeks old,
starteil and being maintained for the purpose
of Influencing some sort of a strike now on In
Joplln, Is so absurdly Inaccurate, so grotesquely
biased and afield from the facta, so calculated lo
llijllle the substantial Interests of Tulsn, thnt
wo cannot rofinln from repiibllthlng It end
slating tho true facts:
If you want to see what the "open shop'
can do for a town, lake a look at Tulsa,
okln. When the blight struck Tulsa there
was a perpetual hum of traffic by day and
at night; the streets were like a. carnival. In
.10 days a nolkeatile difference In the
city's life wait apparent and In fiO days the
"pep" seemed to h.ivo left tlio vicinity.
Where formerly skyscrapers wore on the
way tn competition work hnd Mopped, and
today the uncompleted etructures look like
the wreckage of a cyclone. Probably mil
lions of dollars are represented hy thee
monuments to tho Impntoncy of tho "open
shop" to romplcto them under tho "Amer
ican plan" At the beginning of the slump
It was haid to find a place to sleep, but III
n few months tho "want" columns were
filled with rooming houses for sale. Tulsa's
population dropped off by the thouH.inds.
1 1 . . .. .I " ""mi i uio rour winds.
With tint emigration of theso money spend
ers tho town began to derllno, with tho In
evitable result of n comparatively dead
fnmn;.., novrT "'covered, and never
will till the "open-shop" bars uro lot down.
Those unfinished giants of pressed brick
stono nnd concrete, stand weather heaten.
discolored, nnd mows will cover thorn If left
to nonunion men to finish. Why? I'or tho
slmplo reason that there Is not the mechan
ical ability to complete them outside the
ranks of organized labor.
Tho hundred thousnnd peoplo In this city nnd
Its environs will have the greatest difficulty
recognizing tho Tulsa hero deHcrlbed. Where,
for Instance, nro tho "uncompleted structures
which look llko tho wreckngo of a cynlono?"
Nnmo them, describe thorn, locate them nno
single such structure, that In any way In con
nected with the mo. called open shop fight!
So far from being t all crippled hy tho open
shop fight, or nny kind of a fight or dlfferonco
of opinion, Tulsa has more buildings under
way hnd projected nt this blessed moment than
nt nny time In lis history. Whether theso hulld
ings nro being built under open or closed shop
conditions wo don't know nnd we don't car.
Hut tho assertion that such buildings cannot
bo erected excepting by men InMdo tho union Is
ludicrous; llko unto a child crying for the
"With tho emigration of these money spend
ers tho town began to decline." Is another de
licious satire In this reprint. And when did
that occur7 Tuls.a was tho very last community
to oxperlenco tho effects of tho deflation move,
ment, It suffered least therefrom and It recov
ered first. At no tlmo did building censo, nt
no tlmo did nny other buslnesfl cense.
And Tulsa now is well Into tho irrentet bulM
Ing era of Its history. Never before did it offer
such wonderful ndvantnges to both union nnd
nonunion men; providing they havo common
sense nnd are not mero tools of some coterlo
seeking power nnd profit without rendering
Such publications ns tho Joplln Printers' Hill
letln, circulated free for tho purpo.io of Incit
ing prejudice raising class consciousness and
spreading false propaganda, do much moro
harm to labor than any other class.
Keep your controversy to yourselves, gen
tlemon: don't nttempt to make tho future of
this magnificent city a forfeit to your selfish
nesii! "SeAlcss cltlzenMilp" Is n term coined by
Cdlonel O'Connor In his talk to tho ladles of tho
Itopubllcnn Hood Government club. It ought to
"stick" both with those who heard the nddress
nnd nil others, both male and female, along
with tho classless' citizenship. ' Everybody In
America goei up or goes down together. Those
who argue differently Just don't know tho gen
Iuh of their government, or nro unmindful of Jt.
Hut until some sort of effective legislation Is
enacted regulating chlggcrs, mosquitoes nnd
wood ticks, wo nro going to continue to find tho
front porch of good old simple homes the best
spot on earth to plcnlo on these summer eve
nings. Wo nio for tho present going to withhold
opinion of tho proposition. to license, mug and
Kertlllon nil hotel employe. Hut we do nHk
tho reason for exempting tha proprietors? It
has been our experience that It Is the proprie
tors who do most Injury to pockctbooks and
"Hrltton on Knees, im in tho 13th," is a
headline which came near starting nn Irish
celebration before It was discovered that the
Hrltton referred to was tho welterweight
champion Instead of "perfidious Albion."
Mexico Is again making n direct bid for the
first page, Mexico, wo fear, hue come to like
im mm lokton
Aside from larking a few convincing clues,
the police have the crime wnve well In hand.
Some of these kidnaping stunts sound very
much like a new kind of advertising campaign
Tho girl on .South Main says thin temperature
feels very much like It was a permanent wave
We quite agree with Judge Owen thai a
straw vote does not always Indicate which way
the wind Is blowing.
ItrlMow comes forward with the first egg
baked on the sidewalk. Olood lime lo put u
story of that kind over.
It In understood that the had of a prominent
business concern did not look over his oM
haunts on his reent vMt to Tulsn.
Federal Judge II. I, Williams thinks one ear
In Jail ought to convince any nesp.iper man
thnt veracity Is the best policy, If put to the
lest, we could tell the truth on n shorter term
So frn we can Judge, II. O. Wells is Just ns
Incapable of picking out the six greatest men
nn Is Arthur Hrlsbane. Personal moilet'y for
bids each of them from making the list as cor
rect m they think it ought to be.
There are Oklahoma politicians so anxious lo
get out of the stale for a period that they for
get to lock up their homes. That is nh.it hap
pened to lletti Mouse of .Muskogee, and when
he returned from the Shrlners' convention In
Cn llfornla he had to call the police to get Into
his house Neighbor wotin n. knowing some
thing about Ills habits, had locked tho doors
ami hidden the keys under a lemon squeezer.
llaromcler of Public Opinion
AVc Couldn't Slum! tlio 'I'ritlli.
IMItnr Woild. No! The human family does
not want tho truth In a general way, and then
only when It suits Its purpose, although as you
say 'Truth Is Imperlshablo."
Truth fallrt flat and has no buoyancy to It.
and is therefnro uninteresting. A good lawyer
unci a Kruin 01 iruin iiko me opening on tho
small end of a funnel so as to fit In the nct'k
of a botllo called a human being, tho balance
of tho funnel Is moko up of n pack of lies
called In professional terms "Hypothesis." So
this scholarly fellow nroeeeil tn irlvn hi. inrv
a leHon In mythology; for which they nro duly
uiiumiiii in win way 01 n, vordict tho full truth
iiko iinvana tnimcco is too strong utiles blend
ed with 11 domestic filler.
Nature has successfully hidden from us mor
al beings tho truth pertaining unto nature's
laws until wo ourselves unfold them, and
thereby fitting us to withstand the force of tho
The husband nnd wlfo alway get along best
where truclsms are hidden from ono nnothor to
an extent where perfect confidence exists.
Discover anothcr'a honest. to-Ood secret
thoughts and aspirations, nnd tell that other
so, and that snmo other will hato you tho long
est day thnt he, or she lives.
Tako a microscope between two boon com
panion.'!, nnd let them view each other from an
angle pertaining t0 tho particles atoms nnd
electrodes that go to make up each, even unto n
small percentage of tho truth, nnd they'd bo
boon companions no moro, and know each
other not, and Newton's theory of grnvltntlon
would como homo to thorn with a vengeance.
Ho Its woll to use tho truth sparingly as wo
see It, as we might bo telling n Ho unknowingly,
rather havo the Tulsa spirit and be a booster,
find say something pleasing to tho ear of your
liMener ns somo president might pick you as nn
educntod llnr nnd appoint you as ambassador
to the court of St. James In London, and tho
figures given above would he transposed to
rend "an educated dlplomnt."
Lincoln who wus given tho credit of being tho
most nrtlstlo In assembling words of the Kng
llsh language by the brightest minds in Lon
m?u the. Kr.'"lt,Vt thcv ld of nil time" Mill
nn,hu,? Wncoln thought and knew ho knew
nothing, comparatively, of what there was to
Hiinnt'i a.1d CJ"1"? 'vorito verse. "Why
Should the Spirit of Mortal Ho Proud." lie
Klnley also butted up against a no-vislon wall
family" 7"" L' " faVOrlte v"" of "lnd
for Me." etc! " 0t a Tlmo Is Cn0h
If the truth was men ns a. Maplo commodity,
find suckers quit biting, Wnll street would go
broke In three months, and the Prlnco of Wales
would nover have had the plcasuro of seeing
tho Woolivorth building. Tho employes In our
bucket shops throughout tho country, Includ
ing Tulsa would bo thrown out of employment,
nnil the only benefit wo would derive from
such n change. Is that the peoplo that lose their
money In gambling on grain, cotton and stockn
and bonds would still havo their money to spend
In tho immediate vicinity, nnd havo a better
clinnco of getting It back than they would If
they sent it east to apply on stop loss orders.
Iho poor negro who shoots crapi on Green
wood avenue and pusses his money from nno
negro to nnothor, nnd then "dose e do" back
again, Im fined J9 nnd costs for gambling with
out a permit from tho innvnr In To!-- nMle
court remember I'm not upbraiding tho mayor
now It n Just custom I'm talking about.
. 11 mui prevauen without proper warn
li'T ail I can say Is that It would creato a
V. P. IIANNII'IN.
. 1,1 "''ft"""' of .Motorists?
hdllor World; Will you plfase allow mo space
In jour valuable column to speak In dofetiso of
a worthy cause, ono that should havo been
brought to tho attention of tho public a long
tlmo ngo, and our police department Instructed
to net accordingly? To Illustrate, I wll rcclto a
case which shows the utter lack of CQtisldera-
loward'moVor?!'10 nVCrnK "H,Mtr, "
Sunday morning about 10:30 on South Chey
enne, an old lady obstructed tho street, and In
plto of tho loud honking of an autolst's horn,
showed so much disregard for tho comfort, wol
faio and convenience of said nutolst ns to put
herself directly in front of Ills car, nnd though
ho honked his horn nt least H feet before reach.
Ing the point whore sho was. she failed to get
out of his way though he was not going over
25 miles nn hour. The result was that his car
hit her and knocked her down, and ho was
under the necessity of taking her to a hospital,
ai otherwise the public might have censored
him. Ho said lie was awfully sorry, hut that It
was an unavoidable accident. Of course it was.
so f.ir ns he wu concerned, she should have
gotten nut of tho wjy. Now. for n remedy: Why
can't we huvo an ordinance passed prohibiting
elderly peoplo from crossing streets, nnd it
mlght-be well tn have the ordinance cover nil,
except alhletes it is getting to n terrible state
nt affairs that nutolsts huvo to be bothered
nbout having to honk their horns nnd then
having such honks disregarded, by old people
who are not nJilo to run 20 feet In about three
Kecunds. from n standing start. It hns como to
tho point where tho "auto-devil" Is going to
havo to assert his rights, and the sooner tho
Yours for belter laws to 'protect the "auto
devil." Tulsa, Juno 27. 0. K. HAHTSHOHNK.
Isn't Snjlng Much for Jim.
As n republican spokesman. Jim Watson, of
Indiana, Is bout a Impressive as Tom Watson,
of lieorgln, Is as n democratic spokesman.
lllistrnllon ot Itelnthlty.
The elghth-pngo Stlllmans aro obscure, com
paratively, despite great wealth, Tho flrst-pago
McCormlcks look down upon thorn. Louisville
OingroHs Hasn't DlwnU'rcd It Vet.
"Kxplorern Kind Drug Which Dispels Fear."
says n headline. According to numerous pollco
roports hnndlts discovered It long ago.- Phila
AlnnjM Willing to llnrrmv Trouble.
Kuropo Is such it poor debtor that she will
.?n. Imy Unc'o Sam compllniviita. Ureen
THERE'S GONNA BE
nii'iliTTiw iTiIMi 1 ill ' xf.--
You and I Control the
Hy NOIIA COLE SKINNER
Hy NOHA COLi: SKINNIER
Those of u' who seo that the
world Is growing better, thnt people
minister or tells tho present one to
Improve his tnlcnts and chango his
We control the actors In tho same
Identical way. All that Is bad
across U10 footlights Is caused by the
nro 'becoming more thouhtfiil, that
men and women
do fool more
every day that "I
nm my brother's
keeper," nro glad
when wo read of
nctoiH In n city
their tnlcnt nnd
their tlmo to go
to hospitals nnd
homoH for or-
pio aro willing
find somo nctors wlllli.j to glvu
them such goods Just ns we would
find somo merchants willing to sell
shoddy goods It the people wanted
NornColoSU.nncr- th j
them a fow hours of the pleasures
that wo who are not shut In can
Frederick Wnrdo, one who has
lived through theso many years
enjoy every day In tho week.
Wo are glad for tho shut-Ins and
we uro glad for the actors. It
brings Joy to both
every incn a man us wen ns nn
actor, says that It tho peoplo would
treat bad nctlng ni d bad actors with
a thunder of sllonco wo wouldn't
rime was when some thought an
actors bad. -lo.btless not a soul
today hold; that nt.:tudo towards
have thorn with
Wo know It,
men and women .'list necauso tnoy
It. If nil tho
churches, 'mild use their Influence
for tho good and wholrjome In
Possibly actors are growing bot-
t r (no more than nny of tho rest
of .s, It Is to be hoped), but ve
havo Improved In that wo'va grown
conscious of tlio fnct that stago folk
are Just human gelnss, and while
wo see them across the footlights
havo the bad. Unllko thoso of any
other profos-'on. In the past all
havo been condemned allko.
Hut 'that time has gone. Most
of us recognize them now as men
and they seom to llvo In a different
nnd women pursuing their calling
as we are pursuing ours, doing their
world, that dividing lino of tho foot
lights Is Just fo. n few short how
each day, other times they aro Just
like tho rest of us, only porhaiu
moro charitable and moro kind.
part In brightening tho world maybe
a llttlo better than wo nre doing
ours, helping the brothers and si.
ters of their profession maybo a
llttlo moro generously than wo nre
helping ourn, noma giving this world
what It applauds possibly ngnlnst
their own Judgment and rcnplng the
condemnation of a righteous few,
but all Just human beings llko tho
Kmpty houst . thunders of sil
ence, these nro sufficient condemnn-
And oven In thoso short lu .rs
when tlui footllfilit- dlvldn they ftiv
working hard to plenso us. for If
they didn't nleoso us wo wouldn't
py to see and hear them act.
A merchant who sells nail gooan
wo shun, n doctor who doesn't know
his business wo do not call, n church
thnt has a sorry minister wo do not
crowd. They soon know why. The
.tlnn of a bad
merchant changes his methods if ho
wnntH to succeed, the doctor studies
more nnd tries to gain further ex
porlontv, the church hunt a new
tell yiu so. Wo absolutely control
tho nctor's life. The shut-ins will
toll you they nre Just like other poo
" o only perhaps a llttlo moro kind.
Fifteen Minutes ot Radio Each Day
ay BDWAflt) N. DAVIH
Formerly Technlcsl nifctrlon Kjfart for U. 8. Clovfrnmojt
(Copyright 1911. br UrlLi! rtnture Syndicate)
LKSSON No. S7.
Aiiinliricnllnii nnd tlio Coll Aerial
comparatively smnll dimensions nnd
may bo easily Installed In nn ordin
ary room. It Hhould bo suspended
or-pivoted upon a support no that it
may bo revolved until tho piano ot
tho aerial Is In tho direction of n
particular transmitting station, thus
insuring the reception ot strongest
slgnnls from this station.
(All rights Reserved by United Fen-
turo Syndicate. Reproduction pro
hibited). In congested districts whero thero
nre physical limitations upon tho In
stallation of proper types ot out
door nerlnls. the coil or "loop" aerial
f 1 - I . . I
1 1 1 1 a n x mn r 1
.u s.u .n .n 1 1 i n
f i 1 1 ; . 1
provides 11 very satisfactory means 1 Duo to the fnct that, a small loop
or Intercepting the electric, waves ncrlal Is not an efficient as tho usual
llul Impressing them Ulion n recolv. form nr rnmlonr r,tn.,,,n i, .ii
Ins circuit. ShU tyoo. of aerial has I brought jn on
weak Tor this reason It Is necessary
to employ amplification to render
tho signals audible. An example ot
amplification used In connection
with a small loop aerial Is shown In
tho accompanying diagram. Tho
terminals of the loop aro connected
ncroHs tho variable condenser (C).
Iiy means of two stages of radio
frequency amplification, the weak
Incoming- signal is Increased in
strength so thnt It will act upon
a third vacuum tube which Is used
as a detector. It li necessary to
havo u certain strength of slgnnl Im
prtusod upon tho detector tube lu
order to seauro rectification.
The detector tube converts tho slg
nnls of Inaudlblo frequency Into sig
nals of audible frequency, which arjo
further amplified or Increased In
strength, by two stages of audio-frequency
and rendered audible In tho
therefore, compensates for tho lack
of n (ensltlvencris of tho detector
tube while audio-frequency compen
sates for the lack of sensltlvoness of
the human car.
If, In tho nbovo diagram, a wood
en framework four and ono half feet
square l used as a support for the
turns of wire nnd tho terminals of
tho coll connected across a varl
nldo condenser having a capacity
of 0.001 microfarad, tho resulting re
lations between tho rango of wave
lengths to which tho set will tuno
that greets it. When
tho stago or nctors In
condemn . urselves. If
coarse sayings, nnd ugly
aro applauded nnd peoi
to give their tlmo
for the prlvllego of bo
nn assemblage, wo will
nnd the nctors know
people. If nil the
acting, wo would not
nnd tho number of turns of tho coll
will uo ns follows.
Number of Turns
Tho range In wave lengths Is giv
en between maximum nndimlntmtim
adjustments of the condenser (C).
Tho turns should havo one half Inch
spacing and the wire may bo nny
slzo from No. IS to No. 22, elthor
bara or insulated.
act. Any actor will
The radio-frequency transformers
nro of tho air coro typo whllo tho
nudlo-frcqucncy trnnsformora have
nn Iron core. A potentiometer hav
ing a rcslstnnco of 200ohmfl Is con
nected across tho filament circuit
of tho vacuum tubes In tho two stng-
ci of radlo-frenuency amplification
and one side of tho respective grid
circuits Is connected to tho adjust
able contact for the reason that tho
potential on the grids of these tubes
has a very critical value.
Tho filaments of all tho tubes aro
Bench io match
tho loop are very
Thi tr Inrllna eat do not eomi.i
Cpt. ItIL b ilccior. Nvbit ,ii
Thnmlny, .Tiino 21), 11)22.
The sun In boneflo aspc. t 'im
Inates this day, according to n-iro
ogy Uranus Is adverse.
This Is n tlmo that promises a...
cess to nil who seek to better 11am
solves In IiUhIpjss rclntlot 1.
All who go out In search of 4T
ployn ent should benefit tn m ivi
Planetary government, win. 1.
rages improvement In bush"',
Politicians again come
sway making for activity a' t
Confidence nnd lerenlty a .
posed to bo Imparted by
reetlon of the stars.
It Is n most nuiplclous .,
tari I da.
nsKing promotions or for .1
thi 'ho already held
Kgotlsm and fcclf-appie "it
various d"gteoN are belie 1 ,
encoii.iigel by this rule.
The seers warn thin t;
toward nil forms of
which has been so strotiL'i .
sized Is ono of the eife,
Inter Influences Imparted 1 ,
In evil place.
Uranus Is In an nspc 't 1) ,t
in ior 1110 mental poiso ; r ,
nil rlnsses. Thla ,1m..i ... ...
supposed to encourage n i,..''f'
Cities will havo nn unusual v
effect upon residents nt this tlrre
because of the contagion o' Vitvin
thought, which will make t, r ...
rlous tho Inclination toward tutnui
The position of Mars at v um,
Is Interpreted ns foreshadow i-g firfi
nnd explosions In battlceb s
penally those belonging , 11 ,
ltndlcal thinkers now h r un.
noticed by tho public whl, h . lr.d
them 11 fow years ngo win h,u, ...
courngemont to be prominent caVii
In the fall, it is prophesied
Women should be wary cf wrotii
counsel at this time, for th. v win
bo cxcedlngly sensitive to s'lusa.
Persona whose blrthdato If Is havi
the augury of a fortunate y. ir is
which they realize many of Up
best hopes. f
Children born on this day rna,
be erratic nnd apparently wilful
but gifted and nble to win tt.. V
est. ntltcna tn- l.nn.nt..
, ... u ... iiivuiQuiua,
heated from a storage or "A"
tnru ft t vnl,. rn 1. .
1 '""" -"ie pmic v. I'asi
of tho tube In each stago of i.,d.o.
frequency has potentiul of p.. vein
the pinto v ollnge of tho il -r tnr
tubo Is from IS to 22.fi volts .n.d
Plate voltage of the tube im .arh
stage of audio-frequency h r. . V'ite.
It may seem thnt where coiul i .p.
nro not sultablo for tho cre ':..n ot
an outdoor ncrlal that the coll a-na
used in conjunction with radio rd
audio-frequency amplification mm
bo satisfactorily employed In the re
ceptlon of radio signals.
OPKRATH TRAINS HY JI I.Y U
Sew Santa IV Hriincli nf Iniirt.
unco to O.sago Oil Interests.
Trains will bo operating over the
new branch of tho Eastern U .a
homa division of tho Santa l'c fmm
Kaw City to DcNoya, In tho "mki
Nation by July 15, so K. C. K th
ing, division freight agent, has beer,
advised, l'rom DeNoya a spur wii
extend to tho natural gasoline plant
of tho Phillips Petroleum comp.mv.
tho largest In tho wotld, nnd nn.
other npur to tho Carter Oil m
pany camp In tho Iiurbank 01! fir j
Tills road will do away with fit
present difficulties of shipping la
supplies for the oil companies oj.
orating In tho Hurbank field. Even
tually this branch road will be enrt
nectod up with the new branch 'ha!
tho Santa To Is now constructing
from Owen, Okla., on the S.uihen
Kansas division to p.iwhuskn Tho
Owen brunch should ho mtnpli 'ed
by August 15, at present efimates
of the engineers.--
"Head" Veteran Nominated.
Rnngo of Wave
100 to 2S0
130 to fifiO
2S0 to 780
300 to 900
S00 to 1360
030 to 1700
700 to 2030
S70 to 23C0
SAN FRANCISCO. June !- Of.
flclally dead for four years, Lieut.
James W. Hanbery, an Omaha new a.
,paper mnn, will he nomin.itej by
Ills Nebraska buddies for the offne
of senior vice commander of ilm Ii s.
nbled American Veterans of if
World War. Tho Nebraska delr-l
Hon, In campaigning for their fin it
He. point out thnt despite the fact
that General Pershing reported
Hanbery dead four years ago, 1,1 3 a
decidedly "live" one. It wis a.
Chateau Thierry that Hanlerv ru-celvt-d
wounds which caused I1.n1 to
bo reported dead.
Rindit Suspects riilik'Mllflcil.
WICHITA, Kan., Juno 2 -nffl-ciah
of the Grainola Stiato ban of
Gralnaln, Ark., wero unablo to iden
tify last night Kred Holley time
lArk'nnd Guy Ellis, ns nietn''s of
the bandit gang which rohiied 'In
Grainola bank last May. Joe Suili
van, tho fourth member of the uans,
hna been Identified, howc . .i w. ,
of the men who lemnlned .''di
In tho nutomoMlo wlnlo o'h r " till
btrs looted tho bank.
Sullivan announced he wou d '1
A sturdy, depcidablo Player P" 1
Modern nnd handsome. Has a
good, satisfactory tone. The '-i"
value for tho money on tho man."
today. If you can't call, write r
and Ol her
Tlio Ilouso That Ounrnntees All Its Pianos
417 South Mnln A. J. CRIPE, Manager Osage 3133-313'