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THE T S A DAILY WOULD H I Mi ( ' R M !! R It 1914 11 ISA DAILY W(IRll) I Ml M"- I Mi l II M M Ml V V I ( Publlahad l.y I 1 1 Ala Rl , (1111 limn' fii mankind Hum Ihs doctrine . I ovi "i" another'," In i nil-, nml tli.it I" till' 1 1 In it .1 1 i .11 Will. 1 1 It. I II Inn ill 11 Si M unit u In. Ii li t' n n liked 111 t lll.lt tin Hill il I llr lull I l.i. U iMtlr ' hi tin' win I in (In SVOtltUUI . in sum n.iiu a in. ii moko for ti. him was the Time nml ill.'. mi. ... i usion in w h.. Ii I III M HtK U I Ml ii una It Ih llii' unseen i in' actor mi hi. I . spotlight, i. iii we pinched ii tnl ilt ii Ii .iin.i' i t of Ulti i tin. m.im days m i. hi. . ii ii. I moiled I Ml') nn mi H . 4 IN I. HIM. It Ik ll M I till till. Ill 1 1 1 H Li HI till' I.I.I III. till' p I IH II"' IN III re "in. .til' I Ih, in' whore Hi. stubbed I 1. 1 1 hi-'. it whan I In nan turn in Labor Gains Striking Opinion From Judge in Noted Case tll III! in the i i H Mi..i nf i in' nil"' i limn i in- in.. tin i hood of UmM to) suit red mi niM essory t" in i-i.i-1 place kissed I I nml h hlab oon-1 pM'Mi Nil Stuff H Ill CLWV 1. 1 A.Mi. ()., NOV, high-handed outrage which the board ii. ii. pet it tin' i.. ..ith if tin hoepltills n' II (hi In llllll- IN In beaut) hi ll nil la, nn hi n the nn 1 1 1 1. . who contrlhul wit. t ll III. I tll lit ll .1 III i it. .t overlook the fact it.'.. hr will come int'1 1 1 truth tii.it in' lold, t hut hr in rote nn hi. h r amp i n I. .- ren-1 ii'-r ihi'ii .miM. .ii s. nv. i.i miuiKi Will rutin " hi' wroh 4IM 1D)AY llnvr flupifil line,. hf inf on wtllrtl ! elt idnilnlilrlion month pr?nilf, deflnitr.lv t-i- miii'd Mini il mmU I rnlik in ample tumilv uf pure drinking vatof tliMUiltli tin- "Ii niailia ni.J tli-'t l'l ; . . : I , , : l,.l!iil,il T'.. rontrntlna "f 'l'l" World ! t laal Iht r,t hm nut a prnvrn supply "I t id ,istt-i miitlilf f -1 ilrinkins puojioaM, but llial tin- wai -I-pin in .-iii lui, it t Ul tn ll.i UUia il- Utirt'd II Hi tli anr IIIBIllb ll.lN. 1 1' tin t . h unj wailing he in-in i '..ti gt.-ss Is not in session, It inn t bo Secret shouldn't in i. n. h i it' i in 1 1' in i ii aJ 1 1 1 1 1 1 in Dm' cumin.', lad) office pi uctice A man may t ad nil that's printed al.i.'.u tin' nn.ii nml know ti" more al"iit it than tin' real ol ua h.,N thu i, an ramiltea lli.it ' - 1 I wan in office tn i', 'tiii- mil nt tin door nf defeat with nothing, beginning .ill over attain, making ih-nn aeiiualnt- What luNNNi i la th. 1 1 who liaa been ii,, .. i mm u iii 1 1 '. ' i ' ii ties Intact - w hat man la I in rc ho terms who returna with the soma 1 ' I havi' in i use foi hitherto obaoure th" the I'M His be- et if i'. i l.;ill I I xi'i:i - In Ml I si III . 1 II or I year In put hint down mill nut ' tluit ii'.ll make ll possible in borrow enough nn old clothea tn buy new It'a nil righl I" In .if of lhnsi. Nvhn Mnlled themselves mi" iiillln.ti.iir' torn, provided Hi.' chap who telle N for the beat nf nil that there Ik, however misguided he may have been and however mlataken may have lui" ins theories nf reforma tion "iit anil slaughter have done ARE MARTIN ynu doean't i Pi in anl. Alas lot of men Ji Uonalri - will laal ri tl.i"' ii English hui his Idea ol a ry tn ii iki .i old fields in .1 with Rood 1 t . tn- says the war ,t ) .n and n half t. 1I..NN . n . t . he' H n P- Vi ' 1 J" f.'.Vvtt 1 l Members of iho federal reaerva board k t aalarle nf I 0; the fOTomof i f New fork's federal r actvi hanit. to open nesi month, will get JIi'.CjU. gulti; a dit lis an off-toy nn whioh Iterlln eh 'i i try tn tbrnw a n (can into tSngland The lateat is the re- ported LtllhllnK nf a fieri nf sill' marines Inrre enoiiiiht to carry troui'i tc tin. -tic Bncland. a. i l i "Havin' auci eoaf .:i efoaeed th' ninit'1 ii aame, 11 seems f i- a mat ter of ni 'i .i few days till the Ruaatan take in hai y I ma) t all it." said Ti 11 liinkle) tins mornln' As it urui lm s V make sKuts any tiaMer thcr wua m thitr rlae t do this fall but 11. .in. ill: .-In iter. I drove him, together with a penury to Hi" tin. literature of tin- world. it mrip) repays tin- atudcnl t" read Melachc lie la worth While. .11 s tl IM. I II Will i U " have In thle countrj an :ni i nn. a Thankanlvini featlval, one day ,n w in. 'h pra bypocritlcall) aaaeji nnIkU nn.' oUaThl l" feel, Lui thai wo ,,, iint Hut llnii' ni", here and there, famillea wo know nf at leaal in" where every daj la n thanka Klvlnx foativaJ where tin' mother and ' p went t,, tn, iiua and ml lad) drank the b iH th and ih. breadth of the land, there arc people treading every day the Mini preaa of aorro who un to I their homes at nigh! with fervent ih.itiiis "Jual for the j" Df living". and how thankful we ought to be aonga the birda sing, the absence of the shining Mm, the absence of the sum iti- and the tii"tv wondrous glory of the Hiinset. the a be. nee nf the wlnda ami the rains, the absence of the fiiiiini; leaves and the blossom ing Ullos, tin absence of those i I lances of the nlgbt, the absence even of the siiiina grao of personal af- Ifllctlon! Thtnli of what It If Just to be alive With wide open eyes to all of the beauties nf nature ami with appreciation of even tha rustic raekle of the hen or the emu of the roosgei whieh fellows the msarntnc sun in iii;1 majestic march ground the world! Juft the Joy of living, ' hoD sweet that Sounds! When ynu I entne to think ahmit It. every day ought to be a day of thanksgiving ' and every day n'.iRht to be the SOCsa. ' lion for dnina Something to make thi world better and brighter bo- SUM yOU are living In It and be- . SUM vou are n part of it A mighty difficult Jb that of those tivina to shew the pond that will result from the war ,' Mayhap the Herman genera! who threat d to burn the I'nn.e of Monaco's chateau in Kr.u.ee. unless h enme BaWSSS with M4 Mt, had been burned t Monte Carl 1 1 r l.l Hi: lit You cua t Maine a Woman fi being distant to a husband who is i. Ohild, Tn III it ills ulshad in, ti of Tulsa, "wall do rem I in In i the i, Id rl in tn.'- iii front .i grdi ami i ha i srd m I hnti.i si v in seven acres, the pomegranate trees, the crepe myr tles, the oaps jessamin oa, tin- imx- w l elders, and the cedars. There is something aboul the memory of those trees which abides in the couni The demon-1 minds of men in gsw Lands for timj thS ii " 1 Bpcetaculgr, miss the foliage Just aa nun Ii as they miss the faces, as much as they llllss the "III Well nil tile ililllel', OS '" much as tiny miss tin- old negro dl I,,, r ul Ih., HmI , ., ... ... something ,. boyish face, aa much as they miss the thousand mid one places which are m. Intimately associated NNith the days of boyhood, Somehow or other when the leaves begin tO till 11, Wlli'll the "fins! is "ti the pumpkin and the fodder Is in th" Shock," the thoughts of men who have been, lei us hope merely for n time, marooned In some lonely land Inevitably back, over faint trails of memory, over the graves ( thi years, across ail ot the furrows uf experience and the pitfalls of grief t" the time when we gathered in the evening at the mother's knee and bad read tn us the scriptures, when the lamps were ail alight and when the prayers Were Silld which reached far beyond the regions nf the passionless and tranquil! stars We remember that, timuch we have traveled fast ami far since then. though much water lias i-- . 1 1 under the in nii;". Hi,, old, old l ssofts were the best, that the things which wi re , tnld In those olden, golden days were the very essence nf truth. 'I'lin aic unii whn, In the vanity nf Inordinate em it. Imagine that the) .'in- bu peri or persons, that they have Improved mi the old things winch have lasted for so many cen turies. For these as for a multitude I of others, we have but the reflec tion, "What foOlS these llnutals be." i It Is 'iid tu go hack tn the nld home at tins season, it Is good to s.i ii nm Iflah that ttiey derod, never stop to pori ii f.iti a ins. never stop t" con i nii r anything hut the Juy nf work ing, the mere satisfaction of attain ing their objective, the pure pleas ure nf aocompllshmi nt I king backward over tin' prog ress of the last Men. ration, both in s. n lie,, ami in literature nn. find that th. ullenl worker is tin- man who has done the really great work. Harvo) did nut pri pare his theorem i nf the ai ti i lai i'ii ulal mil nf blood from tin platform, but In the downtown restaurant, hui nn- "madding crowd . i , 1 1 1 1 1 . ns nf prime ministi spontaneous, but are tl rehearsed if that tsB tii iii.- lonely hours er thi watches The mountebank and Hie si reel comer orator may "orate" as they please, hut it is In the study and in the laboratory, in the Bome whai lonesome places nf the world, th.n meat, problems really find so lution. I'AltOX) Ml Ol I l'l VI ION tin I union ratei which he enjoined, .imia The Noff sunl: ' t in hiiaril bail lulil In m Ilia inli ll tin- .in in 1 i,l IiiIIn mill ll of education seemed determined to urimdik was m -, uu-Aiucrluaji, commit was so spectacular, so glaring, I unpatriotic nod unjust, if tin courts hi. ii it nn.is high inn. urn .i precedent "lv s" iSssajod, ai aaworiiiaa, so do- . ciiiiil as mil In inn i l. l'c. lln ii Imlui'S ho mads so this court mm u and ,1U(,, ,. ,,, , uMsmrilmuMi bj so doing savi d hundn ds of leai h- 1 wliindiilwirs and fed with -p ." ora from losing their positions." I "There is no necessary conflict be- Raying this, Judge William B, Neff !w'i' ',' , wllh i?! "" 1 " '' " pedcration nf Laboi and the vocation held guperlntondenl of Bohooli J, M 1 0f H teacher," s.mi the Judge In itii ii. t'i i ib i ick guilty of contempt ofldsolsion. "The testimony submitted in mi because ha dismissed six publio rilii" hows thai all the alarm , , ., l'l Millies mill h.'NCiilts thai SeclllS tll Hehi.nl ti mill IS Willi I'nlltcmlcil lllu, I,.,,.. .nulnrhaH II,,. I. ...... I lu ...i....u unfounded, for ihe reason that strikes amongst publio employoa are nut tol erated b) Hie federal "ii is mi- imcrlcnu and grossl) un- ju-l In logialaU' In any uiii ii(;iiiiis iiinsi- in ho loll. "The greatest g i to the greatest number can bo achieved only by thu rule nf nn- common people, The sub merged ionthi that Is, those whoas lives from day In day are merely a eiiiiiitni.il struggle wiih poverty, takq nn pint in public affairs, "Those .it the o( her end of the - 1 scale, Hie topmost lentil, the very rich, are inn much absorbed in the t I race alter monov, or In pleasure, nr dissipation, to lake any part in publio affairs. "go the other Ml per cent, or Hio middle class, people who work, 1 1 labor in some department nf life, rule tins country. We have a government uf tiic common people, by the com mon people, and for the common peo pie. I n. in all this il results thai the board's anti-uuiou resolution is void. Tim board had mi right in pass ll, "nn May 18, 1914, wouror five hun dred members of the teachers' club, Whose total membership at the timn was 1,100, voted to affiliate the club with the American Kndoration of La bor. Much mi affiliation had been ef fei ted In I Chicago ami in Buffalo. "There is in. rlltutll thai Hie teach ers, in voting for Hi. union, did so in B I faith, ami ma nniiIi inn i.l Hie Hons," he -anl "ii is grows!) inijiisi j 'miiari or revolutionary motives to IcglslaU' ni any way against Ustiso Impulcd I" Ulcw. ibci had an IUI "'" mil labor l- th lis uronerti ,l liulu .. loin I, u i Tim Judge Wt tie ff teachers nf Cleveland had a right I" organise and affiliate with the Ameri can federation of Labor. i.iiinir unions are law t nl orgauita- away from midnight Hie nniii I, infill, in briiurs iii mark) ii i- all he ha i to -i ll " Tim remarkable decision is an ar raignment Df Cleveland's public school system, not unlike that of many other cities, and a championship of thu rights of laiiur tn organise, The climax of Neff'a decision came when ii" looked directly at Frederick m, ,1 said: "Mr. Frederick, the overwhelming weight of the evidence establishes Will I II UII I I ll.'I'lll Hill l.l I, nil, Lawful organisation. "lint nn sooner had they voti il to join the union than somebody cried 'fire!' and then the trouble began. "Then the board passed that foolish resolution thai they would annul IN ery contract of every teacher who should join the union and expo) her from the seh, i, ds," On minor chargi s six teaojtors, lead ers uf the club, nn i re dismissed. All mm you am guilty ul contempt. Sou had served the city from 10 to II can still do some semblanci uf justice years. Concerning this, the ludgs to these teachers. ITnspoak your bitter said: word of banishment! "lake death, the defendant teems "Why blight the lives of these tooch- to love a shining mark, for In order ers, destro) their usefulness and break that his cruelty should luck no clr tru ir hearts? I would reinstate them cumstance of aggravation he chose myseti u i nan power under the law to expel from tin schools, after long mui distinguished service, teachers of tn do so, Vim nwe their reinstall meat to the public. Whose servant y.,u are. "rOU m e OUl of hai luo iin Willi lb. public, your real employer, m are aumuiea enicicncy, uiuiuy ami expe rience. "Frederick admits that the teuc ti ns hail ii we -gfi,,in,(.i eauaa .if they can inns- j.s good to take a rest anyway even mi "i a modicum of comfort. n y(, ,,, no( appreciate the boon The Democratic press ami I'1' ralic spell -hinders HOW are rem nv the associations and the mem idling how it happened umi trying ories of boyhood and irlh L it NNitii whatever gra ter i from the fact that the Democrats ,,f r,,st stilt tctmn eniiii'iii or I, i, tll Utilises i nf the national LegMdature, Polit ical exigencies sometimes produce strange methods of reasoning and therefore we were 'inite prepared for the statement that the election Is an indorsement of Wilson, f course II n.is mt. ami anybody with u thimbleful nf sense knows thai thu results In New fork, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, California. Kansas ami Illinois constitute a repudiation of all of the domestic policies of the Wilson adminisl rat Ion, IIUIM.IM. i I III mm t - It used to tie said in Louisiana. In the old iIuns of the lottery, when Jim Houston was the political manager of the st. ite. that whenever you heard from st. Mary's, Calcasieu Lafourche .Hid Itspldos parishes that you knew how Louisiana had gone Bo in Okla homa when you hear from Bryan county, ihe home of that distin guished statesman, William A Dur- ant, OS well as the home of "Huh'' noi eiiipi .ii ii uj tiic iKiara oi cuuca- complulnt, The board of education lion, but by the public in your loyal has acknowledged n by bo what be lated action in raising the salaries of grade teachers belated action taken apparently to allay the fury of the sturm of public indignation." service in mur nominal musters, the board, you have drifted aw a) from jour real Master, tiio public." Concerning the school board's antl- I I N rV-THKKE KOB WILSON. By a singular fatality the Demo cratic majority In the next House of Kep resents lives at Washington Is just twenty-throe, it is a remark able ooincidence that this number is used by the splitting: fraternity or the sign of the "going aw. in " After the longest session which the en gross of the I'nlted States has cvi-r daily remedy or change natural con ditions ami by legislation to negative the operation ol the law of supply and demand' We in. mi tluit the vote of Tuesday will be a lessi.n to the Detnocriuls doctrinaires, In the Bryans and ths James end others of thai clan. We believe .hit when they carefully real the r. 'nuns they will see a repudia tion f llnii efforts tn enlist Hio had, after a full and free discussion government In new and Strang", n. t of all ih, most e issues, bet the it suy fantastic, schemes for the administration has been fully sua-1 benefit ul this or that clgns of ct tained by public opinion as to its mns J,1Nl '" Ude over u temporary Th trouble, it seems to us. with pUHams, you know how Oklahe ihe Democratic party, was ihat its leadership counted on the hegemony turbed, thm they forgo! thai Mr, is going. Seih Cordon used to s.i As Bryan county goes so goes the slate." We ore inclined thai S-'th nn.is wiser in his day and generation foreign policy, the people of th" Ijnited suites have distinctly re pudiated the domestic policy of the pii sident If the vote on Tuesday, after care ful analysis means anything, it means that the people of the I'nited condition ot poverty. The cose l the cotton grower nnd the govern ment Is conspicuously In point anl the vote shows that the people wero thinking about thai when they Went to the pniis Ami wo are of the Opinion that the pcnjilc Wet" ftla States arc for the protection t 'hlnklna about the Imposition ol war Wilson Is s minority candidate, that : than we gave him or. lit for at Ihe he .lui tint pull as many votes as tun,. Bryan did In either of ths latter' at the risk of being sccused of un. campaigns Therefore, the collapse just suspicion we desire to call at of the Progressives left them high ! lention to the returns frmn Bryan and dry. ami they signally failed to I county, it shows an Increase In the receive those accessions of strength I Democratic vote of more th.m ssn 'which were confidently expected In nniu-s At nil times we try to keep view of the possible demoralisation reasonably well posted on things of . f the Progressive vote. footing the progress and the pros- And here again history recpats It- parity of Oklahoma, hut this great iclf. We ail remember that when j migratory movement, frmn what the gold standard Democrats seceded I plans we are nut Informed, into and nominated the Palmer and Bryan county completely escaped Huckner ticket the Republican miin-!"llr notice. We have tot obnervod in agora threw their hats m the air Dnnurt papers when- rents had and figured that after the election OM up or where valuea uf faun nil of the gold sUneord Demonraei I teada hni1 taornooni 300 per osnt u i would align themselves with the lie-I 400 l,or 0ent w'' havp "ot s"n ln publienn organisation But nn sueh I tbi "nni'g"n paper anything aboul thing happened The gold sUndard I !"",den ,,,, 'tatfnl boom down American industries, that they ur. for the Isthmian canal, that they are opposed tn any tinkering with the currency system which win provoke a lack of confidence In the conduct of our financial Institutions Tin people of the United states are grad ually, thank the Lord, coming back to the old principles of Individual liberty, of individual competition, of Indlvduol opportunity. They ur taxes in t.ui" .,1 pi .ice. of the i"i Increasing bread line when thh is the only meat power ill the world widen is entitled work overtime, of the poverty and Ihe distress wh!ch has been oausi i ns t he din i positive result of Democratic ministration. " nnd .' i- I'reitN si'iH for Him. "That's what 1 call a finished ser mon." said Mrs. Hennoberry to her tired, sick and tired, of the mouth- husband as tin y wended their way ings of the anarchists and agitators. hom.r r'.'.""' 'I'1".'" , , , , cs, s.i ill Henneberry, "bul do The common people know that ttwre you know I thought It never w uld Is nothing wrung: with the country be. that Is due t" natural CSUSOS, All DM trouble nnd all of the misery arises frmn the attunpt to artifi- A Trial lie Miss. il Jub may have had great patience, but I'll bet he never tried to back X buggy under a shed on a dark night. Democrats went right boob to the , there. We have not heard from old Organisation unit many of them , are loaders of the party today So with Ihe Progressives, They would feel out of pi.i.e ln n Democratic convention Like the boy who has been pining "hookey", they huve Come hack home, where they belong Talk us they will, write us they will, the Democratic orators ami the Democratic editors cannot escape the fact thai the vote on Tuesday was a complete repudiation of Wilson's tariff mui currency notions, just aa the election Of Harrison In ISvs was ii complete repudiation of Mr Clove Is nd's tariff program, although Mr Cleveland was sound in his ourrenny n ll w s The country tired of s. Ismlc n and tired of cIiiks legisla tion nnd appeals to prejndloe nnd pSSSion Th" people want n r. turn to the gwlldes which produced the gn iteei era of prosperity that this or any other country has ever known nnd they nr inc to have thai be- f it tiny aie through. BokohitO that threw or four state banks had been established there as the result of a flood-tide of emigra- I lion. Sometimes we are Inclined to I think, remembering his distinguished service in a similar capacity In Tills i ' that one "Hill" Fleming, now a rest-1 dent of Bryol county, had wiih thing to do with thai tremendous Williams majority We rttnetnbel that long years ago "HiH" Fleming onvertc.l a Itepnbli, an majority Of 'iT votes into n Democratic, majority J ..f IS votes between the setting and the rising of the sun Bttt it Is evident that the Imya In the herder counties had n.i trouble whatever In scouring the deslre.l mil JorttiesV With them all that Ho slate central committee had SS d" was to ask and It was itu.h untn them In full and overflowing inc.,.. are. Whnli"cr may be our e..n i letlon aa to Ihe charm tn nf Ihe methods rmplnvixl, we must give It to Bryan mumy. THE W 0 0 D S Oh. for the woi.ils in then greenest hues; And oh, for the woods in brown; When springtime doors faint evening dews, or when frost-bitten leaves fail down! For what compares When the sedge is ripe And the tpiail calls forth in Ins plaintive pipe? i ih, fur the woods of the w intry cold; And Oh, for the W Is Of spring; wicn springtime wnos fnini evening dews, And the i. miles thatch their swing; When StlOW Ilea deep on the fallen leaves. And the wind sighs sad, and the grey cloud glicve.M 'live me the woods In Ihf Hummer time, OT give me the woods of lull, Winn mods turn brown and Ihe mils fall down, And an Indian Rnntnef puii Itepcls th,. hint nf the noofldo) glare With a high hung haze In Hie aUtUfnA sir. Hive me the woods ami their endless enst Whenever the day Is long; Tin ir tune or blast nnd their trackless vnst When '"it"W would stifle song. - Tired of all ami unnatural goods, (live me Hi" wnmls the BOOM the Woods! -VBRNOM L BMtTM.