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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1922
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Bible ThoutihtH for Today
'riinnksgtiliig Day, Nmw'MiIkt 30.
ric.mnmhkii yturu iilusfunos;- Biea th
Iord, o my until uitl nil thnt Is within me,
bless his hdlv mime.
HIoss thr- lird, O my noul: and fill that Is
, within iim, bless IiIh holy nnmo,
Uless thn I,on1, O my soul, nriil forget not nil
Who forgtveth nil thlno lnhiiltle; who !r1
fth nil t)livpi:
Who redeemnth thy llfo from tntriictlon;
who nrawnnih thee with loving kindness and
Who eatlsfleth thy moiilh with gond IIiIiims;
so thnt thy youth In renewed like thn auU'n
Who cores for th" poor nnd those who foar
Cud? I'salm 3 - : 0 . 7.
Thin In the. tiny I
In obodlenca to tho proelnmallon ot tho
president of thn Unltnd Stntes, tho people of
tho republic havo conned from their labor today
for tho purpose of recalling with trrntltudo to
the DlvJuo Being thnlr mnnlfold blessings.
It Is a beautiful prnctlco of a beautiful con
ception! Tho custom Is no less American than
Is tho bird which has come to aland ns Its nym
bol. Itoth nrn of the country, nnd both havo
grown In lufllionce until today jnoio t tut n n
hundred million pooplo ciikoro In thn service
lnnuKurated by tho puritan fathers, while, an
Indiistry of no nionn proportions bni been con
ftruoted tbrouflh sheer necessity In ordor that
tho bird may bn supplied from fiirinynrds whom
It lvnn wont to bo talsen from lt nntlva haunts
In tho wlldorness,
Tho first recorded pibllu Tbnnki;Ivtn2 ap
polntetl by authority Ip America, was pro
olntmcd In .MasiachusottH Doy, l'ebrttary (1,
1(131. Tho custom Brew but did hot becomn na
tional and rcKtilnr until many yearn later.
Hcarcoly a month in tho yenr but, In our fnrly
history, was, at ono tlmn or another,''. selected
for tho servlco which In those times was deeply
religious, (lenornl WnHhlnton imued a proo
lanmllon for a i;onoral ThanksKlvlnir by tho
continental army on Tlnirsdny, December 18,
1777! and aculn nt Valley Koriio, May 7, 177S,
As president, Washington appointed Thursday,
November 2(1, 1789, a dny for troueral Thanks
Klvlnp throughout thn union.
That was tho actual beginning, of Thanksslv
lng tlay n wo know It, Hucceedlnt; presidents
havo followed tho precedent. Tho Inst Thurs
day In November hnn by common conont, yet
without warrant of any law, bacomo tho day on
whloh tho nation la theoretically united to prayer
and thanksgiving to Almighty tlnd for hln mani
fest blcssliiKn nnd tho. continued snfuty ot thn
ropirbllc, Long sine tho various Mtntc-r-evon
tho larger municipalities havn Joined In pro
claiming tho day.
It will do no harm If wo today remember
somewhat tho solemnity and ploty of earlier
occasloun and plac6 less utreai upon tho succu
lent bird and the trimmings whloh nro an Im
portant part of tho national tradition.
oun iticsritarK to ants hijumont.
Mrs. O. H. I. llolmout loft tho, shores ot her
native land tho olhor day (or a lengthy sojourn
nt a fashionable watorlng place In Europe Ho
foro taking her departure sho "graclounly ro
eelved" millions ot the subsMUed Amorlcan
press und announced her future political plans,
Mrs. Ilelmont, it should bo understood, hit a
political party of her very own. At least It bo
longs to fow others at tho present time, al
though the good lady hopes to eventually hnve
It ndoptod by the, women ot tho United States. U
Is a sex party, by, for nnd of thn female ot the
npeolos. And its leader Is Mrs. ""Ono Horse
Power" Ilelmont, as ono' facetious writer oalln
In her departing Interview, Mr, llolmont
"snubbed both tho republican and democratic
parties." They evinced no pArtloulur Interest
in liw party to she has no particular ne for
either. Klio gavo It out flat that sho will, wlillo
In Kuropo, perfect her plans for .ttrengthenlng
her iarty In America, and will return in lime
to take a very active pprt in tho next cant
lalgn. It's a nice little ploture this society woman
with tnoro wealth than Judgment going off to
Europe to "perfect her plan" tot a suecnvtful
political party in America, founded on sax oon
solousnoes! Hut at that, she In probably better occupied
than she otherwise would bet
WHAT IS THIS CO.VCIAISIOX?
When County Prosecutor Beaver, following
the defeat of hie evidence man for sheriff, an
nounced that henceforth the street ot Tulsa
might run full of booie without protest from
his office, the public of this particular paction
laughed; the childish statement wui charitably
attributed to tho old man's peeve. Hut when
that announcement was followed a few days
later by a wholesale dlsmlswnl of liquor cities on
the dockot, among thorn being some ot the
most notorious law violators ot the vicinage,
the public gasped with Indignation, drew tho
only possible conclusion and that an exceed
ingly ugly one, then wondered what tho county
prosecutor had done with his oath and his con
s' Ir nee.
Tlila Is no small matter that has taken place
Jn our law-enforcing machinery, A greater de.
I.ance ot public opinion, a more tcntumaclous
Ignoring of a nolemn obligation, has rArely been
witnessed. Yet it l a groater pleee off the
rime cloth that has frequently rtainpnil Attor
ney ftaver, In the Judgment of The World, as
unworthy of the trust Imposed In him by the
people In tho first place, dlsregnrdful of his oath
of office In thn second plaoe.
It will bn remembered that his record ni
county prosecutor ban been characterized by Ills
frequent usurpation of the office of Judge. He
fdisiiftltred htn Inauguration ss public prosoeiHor
by freeing n notorious character charged with a
capital crime, his explanation bolng that he did
not eonsltlar the evidence sufficient to hold her.
And so It bns gone for two yonrs, Tulsa county
has been dliorvd very frequently by the man
nhuHed to prosecute law violators, but never
more glnrlngly than by the man who has served
In that capacity for nearly two years paat.
In this oonneotlon The World cannot reslet
the temptation to recall tho groat furor made
by this man Heaver and his evidence man a
few months ago, and to point a moral that
ountht to be ducatlonol In Its appllratlon. It
will be rememborcd that the county attorney
and his evidence mnn, both of them running for
office, aided nnd abettM tho fight made upon
Sheriff McCuIlough by the fo-ealletl purity
squad. Never was printers' ink used more
hypocritically and effectively than during that
pel led when tho four-f lumbers of the commu
nity baekort by an insincere press agent ft
About "cleaning up the county."
Much money was npent some of It to pur
chase whleky, notwithstanding the fact
that the collection wn taken In a promlnont
church. Public officials, whoso chief offense
was thnt they refused to play the hypocrite,
were damaged In public esteem; yet they were,
and nro today, llly-whltcfl, morally and trust
worthy to tho nth degree as publlo otflolnls,
compared to most of the characters who hnd a
great hour In tho spot light.
That orusndo burned out Its flame. Thoro wnn
much flamboyancK, much insincerity, much
ovnnlon and, above everything else, much
press ngentlng for tho mnn who had used his
office to protect his press ngent who wan
charged with an tinnpcaknhlo crime.
Hut tho crusade wont tho way of all such
orusades. Ono by ono things happenea to the
oruentlora. A dozen different political booms
sprouted In tholr midst and wero caught by tho
frosts of puhllo condemnation, Hut n few np
pen red to flourish ono for sheriff nnd tho
other ror promotion to tho district bench. Thero
la this good quality about political lightning:
While It strikes accidentally vw and anon,
raising to prominence nnd authority chnrnctern
unworthy In every sense, It rarely, If over,
strikes In such a placo twlcn. llencn theso two
ambitions which hdd been nourished as afore
said for months nnd months, wero withered in
Then tho mask camo off. Pirbllo announce
ment wnn made that a solemn oath of office
would bo Ignored during tho remainder ot tho
torm, And that announcement has been vital
hod by official act, Tho frulta ot thn crusado
1ms turned to ashen on tho lips ot the courts.
The, people havo been fooled onco moro by
scheming demagogues. Tho not gain Is tho un-
masking of somo of thn unworthy. Possibly the
prlco wo havo paid for this It not too great!
Georges Clomenceau tells Senator llltohcock
that all Franco wants Is tho word of tho United
States and Kngland that they will romo to the
aid ot Franco when nnd It Germany again
starts acting up. Is Georges prepared to prom
Uo Undo !5am FrancoVi assistance In cno i'uoa
tnn Jumps on his back?
From the discussion now raging throughout
tho country, ono would suppoto that llfo begins
ami ontlrt In a question ot wages. Hut It doesn't.
Tho relation of tho financial Income to hnppl
nosM, contentment ami worth-whllo aohlevomcnt
Is not nearly so Important as most folks bollove.
Tulsa seems no nearer a final solution of Its
urban transportation problem than when the
thing first began, but walking never will bo all
taken up and tho doctors will tell you that it Is
tho moat healthy, oxwclso ono can take.
Thero 1a this to bo said of Debs' Chicago
spcoch: He was absolutely Impartial In giving
his approval to all radicals and revolutionists.
They can't got too rough for Hugenc!
If It's nil tho same to Governor Walton, we'll
eat our meals. In tho deer and turkey section,
providing there Isn't a quail table.
Clemeneeau says the "peace was twtd." Hero
we throw In with him. As between this peace
and that war we" are almost neutral,
Alabama has deolared war on all anthrax
bearing animals. Wo are not sure, but wo sun.
pect that Includes republicans,
PreHitlent Harding may have thought he had
trouble before, but Just wait until he gets
through with lit ship subsidy bill!
Copyright. 1922, by lidgar A. Guest.
A THANKSGIVING PRAYER
Lord, for the beauty of the day,
The sun which dilves the night away
The stars which make the ky of night
A Jeweled canopy of light,
For splendois shining everywhere
Accept today our grateful prayer.
Lord, for the leaf upon the tree,
Tho droning of the summer bee,
Tha rippling wave of lake and stream,
The nplder web upon the lieani.
The nwallowVi nest, the robin's lay,
Accept our gratitude today.
From theo alone these glor!e spring
The beauty ot tho mallard's wing,
The scent ot apples, ripe and red,
Tho grain that hits been harvested,
Tho fruit of vino and field and tree,
The mountain nnd the rolling sea.
Lord beyond toll nnd pa'n and care
Kxist thy wonders everywhere,
Tho tiniest thing the eyo can see
I'ti'n a song of praise to Thee,
Svi for tho beauty of tho day
In gratitude to thee wo pray.
11 OTIS ImTON,
The third party movement will probably not
get far until we discover more liberal politi
cians. When burglars begin once more to rob Ice
boxes we can nee the reeult of the defeat ot air,
When we look over the' parking plsce down
town at night wo are convinced that home Is
not what It used to be.
Ono difficulty eonfrontlng tho European dip
lomats is that they don't quits know what card
tho Turks have In tho bol,
8 pen king of marital trouble, says Old mil
ningley, I notice that it Is usually tho woman
who tires of the team wotk first.
After today wo wHll nlmply have to rtotraln
our athletlo tendencies for the next few months
to ping pong, bowling and basketball.
Anyhow wo point with pride to the fact that
Oklahoma republicans can spend moro money
for thn Joys of defeat than the minority party
In any other state.
A Tulwt. man called on an ooiillst the other
day tin trentmont. After examination tho man
waa told lo move his station to nome corner
whero ho would not have to do so much
Tho girl on South Main has discovered a
vory effective way of ending a phono conversa
tion. Sho nskn the young man what he knows
itbuut the Ten Commandments nnd where to
We heard of a new Jag the other night. A
lady has been following n prescription for re
iluulng. It calls for three oranges for break
fast, mushed potatoes for dinner nnd two
puundH ot ralnliM for supper, "And believe me,"
sho nays, "when this combination gets bUBy you
got a kick that can't bn had out of a pint ot
Barometer of Public Opinion
Kdltor World: -Mr. Lovo must be In the same
boat with tho said mayor and Mr. KlMkaddon,
they, from their talk ami the fight they are
pairing up, must bn paid a vury good salary by
thn atroet car company. I havo lived In Tulsa
a little mord thnn eevin years myself, nnd know
that the Jitneys have run on Admiral that long
anil It seems rnthar permanent, and have given
tho best of Hervlce. Tho chances are that Mr.
Lovo bought his property because thero was
transportation, oven if It was only tho Jitneys, no,
isn't it .Mr. Love? Tho street car company had
h line on North Lewis but took It up. r guess
they thought tho people had forgotten that.
Now, Mr. Love, whllo you are warning, don't
forgot to warn tho bus drivers, as tholr angels'
wings haven't started to grow yet. If a woman
Is Inmilted on a Jitney, nine times out of ten
ho has given cause, a man who la not entirely
a fool, knows who he can say thlngn to, you
being u man should use a ilttlo Judgnint In that
respect, .nay bo your conscience hurts a little,
tho reason you sent tho squawk. Now. air. Love,
you had bettor back up a little In somo of your
stntementff, ami If you have anything to say,
tell tho fnctrt then thero wntiM n,. tin n, .,.. i.nnir
I was on a bun when the drivor hit a wagon and
no never oven got out to see If tho old man
was butt, that was November 22 at about 4:30
P. m. and was bus No, 11620. I hoard ono driver
talk n.wfu hateful to an old man who was too
feojilt. to tako his own part and carry him two
blocks past whero ho wanted to got off, that
is rcHpect. 1 havo had to wait 35 and 40 min
utes for a bus, and same bus took exactly 40
minutes to go from Third and lloston to North
Lewis, paid bun was running all the tlmo.
Now, Mr. Love, I am Just ns rcspectnblo as
your wife and family, and will t-ay that there
hnj nuvor been a disrespectful thing ald to
mo In n Jitney, and I alwaya rldo them when
they nro on. If a Jitney breaks down It is never
missed, but If a bus breaks down they are so
well regulated, one comes along in about thirty
or forty mlnuten. Now, .Mr. Lovo, come again
with moro ot your flno trutlm, you will ba a
wonderful champion with a llttla moro prac
tice. Tulsa, Nov. 38. .MRS. NOEMWBLU
On Ulcnifucciiu's Visit,
Kdltor World: Clcmonccitu has come to
America It seem for no other purpo3n than to
dictate to ua how to Use our national resources
n backing Fronoh militaristic ambitions. France
is pnjing out hugo sums of money unneceeesarl
ly for war purposes which could ho used in
paying off her debt to America. Tho distin
guished Frenchman Is upreadlng propaganda In
a spirit or docolt, America has nothing to hopa
for from any European nation In tlmo of trouble.
Lvett Knglnnd will ally herself with thn deslgn
"'B yellow man who has nothing but hatred for
Let Clomenceau talk lVmsclf hoarse. The
Amorlcan people aro sen-Xble. Wo nro gettlns
sick of keeping up ovory principality and na.
Hon In Kuropo and Asia. If Franco and a few
others of tho nations on earth would pay up
their debts to tho United States, tho world
wouldn t hear so much ot this war talk. France
for more than any nthor purpose helped us in
the revolution bocnuse (.ho hoped to create a
doughty rival for Kngland's glory.
, , , HALPII 13. GOODE.
Wotumka, Nov. 25,
righting Itctl Wlntlmlllx.
If ono accepts tho announcement of the
American Defense society, the reds are upon
us and only drastic action can save us. Hut
the tUne ii past to tako mioh statomonts sorl
ously. j. or n brief period after the war thero
wno dangor from professional agitators which
threatened to hecomo widespread In the Indus
trial contors. At tho height ot the bolshovlk
success In Itussla the lenders of revolution
there anil hero had hopes of America. But
oven then theso hopes wero built on the Illusion
that the agitators would find a aufflclently fer
tile field In this country. Any ono familiar with
conditions here aw clearly that tho most that
they could expect was to play upon tho emo
tions of the unbalanced, the cranks and the
naturally Impassioned revolutionists who form
an Insignificant part of of our population. The
movement was foredoomed to fniinrn vm
though it was directed from aioscow, and what
little Impulse it had hn long since died away.
Americans are essentially conservative; In
fact, we aro probably the most conservative
people In the world today The kind of rndical-
ism mat communists and bolshovlsts preach
finds little sympathy in a nation ot farmers,
small shop keepers and nrofctflonnl men rinlv
in a few region?, whero iocial nnd economic
condition aro deplorable, Is thero anv genuine
response to the reds, in the cities there still
are small groups of vociferous parlor bolshevik!,
but If Die circulation ot radical newspapers and
ntriKMzlnen and the tahnlntlnn n.t tha ..iniui
ntld farmer-labor votes is Indieatlvo of their
numerical etrengtn, they are now even less nu
meroiw than before. Having keenly sonsed
wie otuor injustices or tne worm wo live In, they
pinned their hone on tho amplication of com.
munlst theorlos In Uuola. Their disappoint
ment with the failure of the experiment there
has produced a disillusion that is healthy for
the United Stntes and for themselves,
In attticRIng the "red menace" in this coun
try today tho American Defense society Is
merely fighting windnvills. Now York Tribune.
fioslit Where's That Water Wagon!
Dry officers tay the fllthlent business in the
world is the making qt moonshine whisky, and
that often the stuff hna In It tho toxins of de
caying animal matter, So that's, what you tas'o
next morning If you live' Louisville Courier
Journal. Stutllitl Santo HlMory l'ortl IHtl, lJi?
Seve"l m'lllon m- vie fans think that the
reformation refers to the time that Wltl Hays
took charge c the picture industry. New
lly .Inut! Plii'Mu.
Dtigmi Appears .lust In Time.
It was fortunato tliut Dugan took
an Interest in Nulllc, that In a way
ho played the sleuth whore sho and
her men friends were concerned . .
It was 9 o'clock when Cora dis
covered they had no butter for
breakfast. Tho delicatessen store
would bo open and It was near, so no
ono thought of objecting when
Nelllo offered to go out for It.
She bought tho buttor nlso r-omo
fruit, and with her parcels under
her arm started back homo. It was
her hold of
a lovoiy n l r nt and sua walked
nlowly, enjoying tho soft nlr, watch
ing tho few lighted places she
passed, Sho had noticed a tall fel
low with a hard face In thn store
watching her ns nho mnde her pur
chases. But had forgotten him after
"Nico night, honey!" Someone
touchod her arm. rt was the hard
"Nlco night for you to mind your
own business," Nelllo replied, un-
"Spunky, ain't you? Well, that
don't hurt you for me. I like
"Lot go my arm!"
With a laugh ho withdrew his
hand cautious becauso they were
passing1 a small, well-lighted cigar
"Just as you say. honey."
For a moment they walked on In
silence. Then Nelllo said:
"I dldn t iiHk you for your com
pany and I don't want It."
"That'a becauso you don't know
mo. you Ilttlo peach. Conio now,
lot's take a walk In tho park? I'll
carry your bundles," he reached, for
"No, thank you! I can't afford an
errand boy." Tho girl was almost
home, and no thought of fenr of tho
hulking tellow tit her sltlo entered
her mind. As sho was ho was be
side her, hla hand now grasping her
"Let go my arm!" sho ordered.
A laugh was her answer. Their
"X shan't let you go, my pretty!
Tnln't ofton I catch 'em like you."
Nelllo with all her strongth tried
to break away from him, but In vain.
Nolther could nho reach tho bell to
push It, Sho hated to call out, to
raise an alarm, but her nngry voice
carried, as well ns lnr assailant's
Suddenly Dugan appeared from
the front ot the house.
"That you, .Mls Nelllo?"
"Yes, Dugan. Havo you got your
Now fdio clung to tho fellow who
was trying to break away,
frlghtoncd when he heard a man's
O we wait
And then at last wen It gets heer
Ono la the most It stays,
Yet wy should that annoy us?
Altho Its slow Its sure.
And wile It
"Th" trouble with buildln apart
ment houses a.l over crraf.cn Is that
a maid won't work in a rog'lar home
any moro whin she kin make th'
same money dulir' up a few cells,"
complained atis. Lafo Hud, t'duy
ailss Mair.o aiocn, who wui elected
Justice o' th' peace this fall, wears a
'cellft player's ha'reut. but no man'a
ira: rtj The Chlrwu TTftraiw.l
Kidnaping Result of
Mother Love, Officers
Of Miami Now Believe
"Shurc I has, ailss Nellie," Dugan
was now Insldo tho vestibule, barring
"Then uso tho too! You'll never
get a better chance." Nollle released
ailAMI, Nov. 25. Mother lovo
for three small children of I
V, atcDotiald, a minor of Plcher,
Is belloved to have resulted In tho
alleged kidnaping of the children,
who havo been mlsnlng since Fri
day. A day before their disap
pearance newspapers carried re
ports of their narrow escape from
death from fumes yhlch destroyed
their home while their father was
away. Tho mother wan supposed
to have been at Enid. Now tho
children aro gono and officers
havo been hunting for a woman
who I said to have appeared In
I'lcher and to have taken tho
three children with her In an au
tomobile. A. L. Gordon, said to
bo a friend of tho children's
mother, was brought to tho coun
ty Jail on a charge ot abetting In
a kidnaping. H,o denies any con
nection with tho case.other than
that he told ono of tho children
that their mother wanted to see
the fellow, who tried to
rush past Dugan but who truo to his
promise gave him tho "feel" of his
ioot so that ho sprawled his length
in tho sidewalk.
"That 'II tach you to Insult dacont
Iris!" Dugan said, as tho fellow
lcked himself up. "Next tolma I'll
arcak your head."
"Thero ain't going to be any next
time, Dugan!" Nollle laughed. "Hut
I'm glad you 'toed' him. ITa fol
lowed mo from tho store."
"Vtcs ntn't no business goln' in
by yourself too many of
them guys hangln around.
"Well, ho didn't hurt me, Dugan,
and don't say a w'ord to tho others.
They would worry."
"Whist It 1b!" But Dugan made
np his mind to keep on watching
Nellie. Ho has been afraid of some
thing like unto what had happened.
In a neghborhood of cheap apart
ments thero wero many toughs, and
Kelllo was pretty.
"How long., you were gone,"
Gladys said. "I was Just starting to
"it was a lovely night so I walked
as slow as I could."
Tho thoughtfulness of these girls
for each other would have put to
shamo many women In a far dif
Tomorrow DlssatlRied Hilda.
CONSTRUCT SOCIAL HOME
Volunteers Accept invitation lo Aid
In Constructing Dormitory,
Special to The World.
DHUailtlGHT, Nov. 29. Backed
entirely by tho resources and zeal of
several hundreds ot Sunday school
children, the Presbyterian church
hero has undertaken tho construc
tion of a commodious and well
equipped social hall, ground for
which was broken last week. The
building will ho used to accommo
date the overflowing classes of the
Sunday school which have outgrown
the church building. It will also
have basketball and volleyball
courts, a kitchen annex . and two
Scores of local citizens volunteered
to nspist In building this service
houso today, It being "Hulldlncr day."
On that dny men will work In bhirts
to complete the structure between
sunrlso und sunset. Church workers
will servo hot lunch throughout tho
day to tho shifts.
a long while for Christ
never comes moro than
onco a yeer
At least It cant some fewer.
Some children balocvo In Sr.nta
Wile somo think Its only a name,
Hut they all boleevo In presents
So tho results are about the same.
My favorlto Chrlssmas dinner Is
But even if they're gone wen my
I still have a admiration for the
Of all the hard nltes to go to sleep
December the 24th Is the werst 1 re
member. Hut ot all th eaty mornings to wako
The cinchleat Is the 25th ot De
ACRES OF WHEAT
New Organisation Has Mora Thau
(1,000 aicmbers In Grain Counties.
Special to The WoilJ.
ENID. Nov. 29.T-Ono million
acres of wheat land signed up
through the Oklahoma Wheat
Orowt'ia' association now Is the goal
set by that organization, according
to John Manley, eecrotary.
?r.e acreago has gradually grown,
the records show, from practical!)
nothing to nearly 623,000 acrea
Contracts are being received nearly
every day, tho majority of the new
members being volunteers. There
aro now more than six thousand
mrmbers in the association.
A. .1. Crlpo,
More than one-half of the sugar
consumed In this country ia pur
chased from foreign sources.
"Till llari Inellna but rio n -t , .,
Cf.t lJ:, by McClure Newint
Tliur'Mltir, November .10, KI2'.'
un ine last nay ot t. i
kindly stars dominate, n. on
astrology. Neptune nr Mm
In benetic aspect, while tne w j ,
Uranus aro adverse.
It Is n nway under whbh to
Important decisions ns tin
viewpoint Is Hupposoii to li
trustworthy than at other t ,
It Is 'a lucky day for bi."
voyages, or for making laig'
During this government e
planets engineers and men .
ability In constructive work
profit greatly and they wr.l
There are signs that attpta
dlcato that tho army and in.
i-enni to subordinate tin
branches of tho government, r
as popular Interest In conn ri"-
Thero la a promising tlir r
the ntnrj for the rewarding
veterans of the World war,
The scorn declnro that oven
shaping which will cause the
to bo newly grateful to Hh V"1
Women are warned that und'
rule men will bo ilntrustwoi' '
wooing, since thoy will Iml.i
This Is not a really fort
wedding day, because stars tb
clino toward quarreling are i
He who seeks work today i 'tis.'
go his way disappointed In all iuo
bnblllty. It is wlso to wait unU tin
sun puts employers In an optim stlc
frame ot nilnV
Nerves may be evident In mei an!
women who nro wnaitlvo to p me
tary conditions and Increase ef
mental diseases Is again foreros'.
The seers preach selfishness as a
panncea for many modern ills for
Idleness breeds vanity, dlsc"ntr.l
and weariness of soul.
Great honors aro prognostloattl
for men of science, lawyera and re.
Persons whose blrthdate It Is mav
have a year of some strain, but It
may bo mnde to bripg much gain,
Travel and chango am prophesied.
Children born on this day prob
ably will be energetic, skilful nnd 1m.
presslonlstlc. Success- probably will
be attained In some uncommon .fe,t
Editors See It
Now that the aiorrls road la com.
plctcd nnd the Beggs road Is ntarln?
completion, wo aro preparing to
open subscription books for the
stock ot our recently organized
Wholenile Undertaking and Limb
Assembling corporation. Our ex
parts arc busy preparing a pros
pectus which will bo sent to in
terested parties free on receipt of
their obituaries, prepared In ad
vance. This Is an excellent oppor
tunity for Investors to get In on thi
paved floor. Oklahoma Times.
Announcement on tho part of the
Frisco thnt It expected to spend
$5,000,000 on a now Oklahoma l!n
would interest local people more I'
It Included a now station In Brlstow.
Real lihpplness is cheap enoURh,
but how dearly we pay for the
counterfeit, suggestcs the Enid
We trust that Georges Clemeneeau
doea not force, a discussion of th
French debt to tho United Statu
while on his visit hero, says the
Pnnr.i Cltv Xnws.
"I've noticed this since I g
car," Grlnen Barrett tolls tho vn
cordla (Kan.) Blado-Enipirc, ' ween
ino youngsters siitirs ues.u iu mar
out. I urn Inclined to tus!?t that
they make 'em do a whllo longer,
but it Lizzie's tires begin to age. she
gets new ones right away."
Alan Eustngo became the fathf?
of a girl wlillo engaged In a wrest
ling bout In Kansaa City rerentlv.
Tho Concondla KaqJ Blade-Emv'.ri
suggests that ho namo It "aia'tie"
Students of Journalism at Wash
hum dltcovered 347 substitutes f"r
tho word "nay." Such, porhap". as
this: "At last I have you In me
power," domineered the villain '
Another useful purpose for the
automobile hind wlieels Is that w :ca
you head off n viaduct or some
thing maybo they'll hand on ,ni
edgo of It. Dallas News,
Mrs. Jacob A. Rlls, widow or i
noted sociologist. Is a suc.e 'ul
bond saleswoman In New York i j
- t f'l
ilanij hate already had ui put aside their
Steins for Christmas delivery
We adVi se ijou to make your selection
at once-tfhile our stock of these matchless
instruments 13 most complete.
Upright Steins v875atid up
Steinwbuj Grands $1373 and up
Estyterm may be arranged dnd your old piano
laKen in pari exchange a
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