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II B TV l.s A I A 1 I. V i 0 R Li), DAI D i; r i; m m k n 20 , in 4 Tulsa Daily World AM l Mi Xl XI I N It VI I - I III) COM I IK V II AM I 111 I ..'J.' Rlj iM Bid. it P us Hi I' the Qugrdlull publish hi, li Hi" i.i v ml vat gt gamut ion of Dm nmmm lir:' Ul ll (01 HI Of " tth III Quardlan i i 1 1 i bj H ii i ,p i t hoi I Mli ' Mood oj t ' n tin- UUOM ,,1 1 I 1 ii, an of pur II i- llf UMIII Itta u dk UMS Hi" i paj , holaglcal ikai i m dM of hie lii I ami i going Ml V i' urn if ho M iMH Nfhtina to suoni.l III Hi- rf f'H I Amslglimii hon t I Im "'I right Mil J" ""' 1 1 ,,p, i iuh of Rfclng in HootWi but ti,, pri in- battel onfh tltoii agitation u ixi then efforts a th Nod i i ,,. n i,m tin, climate I wore adapted to th sueueanfhl prop agation "f such Idas Umw " ! r"i 1 1 i K i i i v. i si. Ml i i) Al. UK. back In Mm ggl ii. 'I'li.il In l il M 'ml oiei v bod) know m bound occur soon w r In fi I tlM H'OndW l tln'l pt bgv avoided a direct oollMon ,. 01 fob i iir ,,,f i (&U WAYS ii,, doctrine of the nth Uul do the oouti , fittesi When ui i right up i t i f sctugi ho. i , di iroyed itlltia unle Carrsnag and Villa H ,n I I If down Mid 'III" ll" "in IH't i ii,, Iriah " lug troop to th Arlson bcrdor and i i i, the I then? 'i,, the overage ia mind Mist ! w 1 1 I :, luoelber how Ui'i McKtnley administration ,;i ive) ,,i da eve) y day. Ann n, an died in prison or were shot by Uio firing aquudi but nothing m done i,, -ond iii- mailing "f dignified ., iid , Kir iy diplomatic pro toot it required the blowing up "f an Amer- bojhm the arrival of lit train hl N A MM ti lot WDM I" UW Is i" vest nl mono) in "ii Ion oi M ' Inquire mi" IHiisa'i idvsntage a u n.anuf.c I hi lug 1 1 no i Hi Is taken it 1 1 , ui i , i to the bank ni"i tii' ''"iii m i "i i i ii' i"ii'i i" gi "i (not tod Ol iroi nough tn torrif) him almoat The strictly buainoa feature of hia mlaalon tr oondudod by noon, And tbonT Tliougta go u mi dfoooed up in nterglly i"i do vt'lioro tn nu. Hi ,n Jiixl OgMtll 'he aging RltUg lion iN'i'i in Km mo tier f gp pgrol, "f tin' iniiii nrglklng Hi'- ttroot swallow ,ii.,' like mo) ihiiiU ui ilut lon'l popular any mat Afilriin I'll" editor nf ih advocate of tin ' ' li thi hui hattlcahln in tb harbor of Ha vana i,, arouae ttio spirit of von Beam e among tin- Mneflogn peoplo suft itly in force u declaration ,,r mill finally libera the Lo land ri i in the Uvaildom of tyronn) umi oppreaalon. li i- going ,, i. In UeKlco, Tho pi opie of ih.,t country bavo been In M,iiinK the a 1 1 1 1 1' .m troopa and in.' American fiK and bavo do-1 that the visit. u- wa i roved tin property unit taken the, "inn had nowhere t Uvea of American cltlaena and v hn' i,i , ml. ,l ouraelvea iim in tl argument i i ing aomi hlng to do. Th.-v do tilings bottei in other town I ml Ian, T mis, when ll WggJ on largo thiin Tulag, thirty r;iia age, organ iaed a aocial olub gni I built ii clubhoua atlng fii.tuoo, wiling bongo to provide tho fund fur Ui building Anv iiiii.n of Dallaa HI! tell you t ll ft t lluH wnx thfl In si Invootmonl that the town over made. it is tha ong i'iu(.e where men of uf fgtri an lokon when they have fin ish, -ii tiie dry detail of builnca. I 'liny find all of the r. unfurls of h. , in., in thai building, aii of tho hooks and magaaine! nil of lh in- i, nut fur oorrogpondonoo, otono graphcr road) at all tune, aervlco ihnt is us Bxoellent u gny of tnc hotel, inn! that aplril of y I Mj f I lowBhlp which you cannot find any- f I Hh. ie elae, a man -ho goes to I Dalla I" tranaaot buaineaa mid ggg Iclaure hour ims thai leinuro mi enjoyabl that he Ingvc there With a dogho t" com back again, hn leave them with ri lleetloiiN or tune won apeni. When you coma to think about it tliare ih really more genuine but-ne.-s transacted In a pun ly social way than In tha diy routit f ttw d,,v's work, a man is much Inclined to take mi optlrnlatlc view "f llf when hu hus Just bad n pnni dinner and the sinnk., from u good linar l drifting In the air. He I much mora Inclined to iistni to reanon when it is accompanied by tin si, ul". An hour or two with Uind red spiiiis fuiwuii.' over the acoro of n bridge gam or the merit of a difficult billiard sh"t Bomctlme Iuhiks mora laatlng result than ail ,.f the muss meetings In the world, it ought not to be sold of Tulsa ill ased up We ought i- ... ...... i.i t,, nave sniiie piace wner i entertain our guest. The necessity ii ii fi It i . i nun- , time mail x 7 ! To make the most ! of the last few shop ping days before ( Jhristmas, be sup.1 to read carefully the advertise ments thai appear in the columns of the World and Sim. You will find many bargains and valu able suggestions offered j by Tulsa's enterprising ' merchants. u.i.-'ll MO it B1SOOMGS I HABIT, blood vessel, being overworked, be-1 nea and aocial world. A aunny tem- com prematurely aged. Tho .same poneiraio in Knouy proo- .... ... . , ... , I leniM of arithmetic as well a those of child may, with wia teaching and a the oodpllo, and will unUngle the I real desire for aelf-lmprovfroent. ac-1 Intricacies of n foreign lanauaae or Hi temper Ii contagloua. Bo iy tho quire the habit of imlllng self-control I tranafortn a disordered kitchen better sami token la klndlineaa, And either unoer aame aisu-emiig I'niiwii-nnan a suiihu one. rue eiieery iiispo- ileal IHiUtcuCM Is Kindly Kaprcssion or Kui'ih Interest, nun lu i imu' lialiitual. The 1 hlhi may nous, in mis case nis vascular ays- siuon is UKeiy to ne a part of tlie vio lent Is nrotflGled frnm overstrain m,,l InrlmiN eloiraetar. Pnntilarltu mat fegot of acquire tho habit of pouting, frown-1 retain its youthful character for a not be a very blgh reoomraendatlon, inn, atamplng Us foot, orylng or glv- liong time, grter wntie tne oongv- out, otin-r uunga being equal, it i ftiK expression to unkind ami angry lor become rorj largely matter of i Letter to be popular ihan grouchy, word when reprimanded or w hen habit. The grouchy person in most woefully things go wrong. This subject is as important for handicapped, and must needs have ills ment.'ii Irritability unfavorably , children In the homi and at school as I many ex ellent quail tie before ho i an affect hi vaaomotar system, ami bis j for their elder In the borne and bust-1 hope to rio to equally high esteem nun nis leas kiil'J. ion mora ilieerrul . omradi s. n-;il piillM'lirsn IB M1P IllmilV IX- ,i with pin j ought to have some plac visitor oould be ontertai the narrow confine of n or t where the ned outside hotel room thai Ai. n is p.-uiK exported of Michigan, must inta'a fiahtmn r. p 'an w ants to tut n they annually li tullnlis Of glCO- yl inla'a govei nor-eleot odd sort ol potltlolga- "! i to live up in all campaign Ing of fake fights, congraM , be ashamed t.. anually stag one against SO cent mileage. some of tin se alarm! t It !1 t, mpt snme power to tllld Ul k us w hile WO I D so si on taking the Job .,f pltiK bills Into the harbor irdli - of tho rock In pot m begins, "I poi: th i" mb ror th'n.' but ' in tlie fuel who skated roke In. . Pope undoubtedly meant I the wan ihk power ti truce during the Christ it would probably b n to him, if they did it Ti ' i Mexican liar have nn team work, tine of 'em aay two Senator were paid '' DOO to get v. ra Crui another that Carranag Wi ion out II id. ;.. . m wnill.l re It would re t,, the beat ISlan ""ii tbe Af ' nuld u siill in a 'Tin beforo faults IIS 10 the both I if our brother we j the republic. There are as many tnauvge in wram fi,.,, is :,t each other's throat to-1 who havo fought the good flgnt ano ild be degenerate be- day as there have Bver been, The . have k - ... i.i i ... ... i I .i. ui, ,u of iir.mertv and the tak-1 land, sverv ln of lofe Mill hoc on unmoloatca. wme in ine s.,,n,, , . . . . - ..,!..,., . .f 1 f.M,n ii vi i u uro. II Is oe- i uion-i.- ui ' moie and mora evident that ! principle of Rlkiam ii stronger power than now eits in M than tha Aim an? suit In n race Int. I lot In both the t'a rican i ace. 1 1 i which wi eause ailluixli itnrenernev inul weakness' ef . barai it i II would roauM In race whteh would neither flh nor fowl nor flesh There is not student "f blltor) Who doe not know ibis There is not a self-respecting and Intelll Kent nogro in Ihe world who doe not know that tlne statement nre true, there is not an Intelligent while man in the wmiii who a oca not Know that this i true it is only fi a negroes, professional igitators and grafters, who are Ihe worst aemle of their mo through the preachment of such heretical and dangerous doc trinos as amalgamation of tha race The real negro doe nol delre smal gamatlon more than the white mall. The real nOgTO Is prOUd of his fi ., ,u bl i and he wants t, keep on the ''lib with a dignified protest wtilci become mora preaaing a Ui popu other had about as much effect as a dor. latlon Increoao and the number of ow a baying at tho moon lias on tho tides distinguished visitor Increase, We lilldron of iii icon, From time In time i U(. have i n gravely assured that ml tho tin ie was golni to be peaoa, t lin t an rather agreement had been reached which lyle of would guarantee the peace and o- M curlty of ihe cltlsen or Mexico and in the all foreign cltlaena resident In that . aoen country, But In each Lnatanoo the latent promises have not been born out by ti mi an performance Bo far as wo can see conditions in Mexico are got one wiut better today man tney were three or four year ago, Civil war ii!i i.o.s In half of the states of THE TOP 0' THE MORNIN . i Written by John Locke, ' Tlie Southern Gael JanuaiW II. 1SK9. He was well known as a patriot and Journalist f.ii.i he wrote tills while standing in the bow of a steamer as it approached the ii lh coaet). ie walls of a restaurant. PHIi l.iHH.I H BOKROU Tlie Elks hive a beautiful CUStollI Of settlin? aside one day In every y ir us Lodge Of Sorrow The nieniollis of I ihe absent brother me remembered and their klndlineaa recalled, For a low hours hundreds and thousands of pie In every city In tne counir) pei Choc i Imneratlv for the restor I it oli o.owr Millies. I and memory, is tne i all over the world, or rather, that pari 01 m world which is under the stars and i us.- il Is distielively an iltloll ol ol.ler nun ura wiiii i ...... which can perform that duty I the j Amen, .,,, order, without a lodge In any inroiKn ei.iuni. uw l iiiti'd Slates of AmerlOg. Tho soon er Mr Wilson ami li s advisers real lie the better off they Will be and tha country wlM be, III It n NU ft. At I 1X1 1. 1 Si evn frin also 1 1 Senator Reed of M luri waan't allow il In name the post master for bis bom town, i ut 'VKcnatorlal cour toy" give hln, the ti--.y.l to hold up the n'i"iini'tioi. Indefinitely, if hi . ans to sxerclae it. i fsBE MARTIN 11 u Raymond Hitchcock, the other ev snlttg, saint or rgtber intoned an ex- qulattely humorous topical number entitled "He Was All Pressed I p liut Had No place to Go." As ap plied t" Tulsa the snbje. t takes on I thl) would K" dow n In their POOkel much mon serious aspect than that fr thmr last dollar and give it a t n humor. it Decomes savin- thouah the bad a minion rirni ". - regard Porto Rico and the Philippine as foreign eountrlaa. it is good, if even for g brief apace in one day, t" s" backward over the i hei rless iias of the past and re member tb K"'id Old boy who gave, you the warm handelasp whill the j iil days were upon you; tb Old boy w ho earn In 'he late hours of the nlirht and told a story to BSCOVragM the drooping spirit and inspire oour- tge In the weary brain, the old boy hind if in one respect the celebra tion of the anniversary of the roIhk away of UCh men should not b ,,f Sorrow, hut ratner sic that tho departed that they have "en f . that theirs Is the frela-ht rate He will he taken to bleated portion, whtl we mut grovel I ., .i ..i..i. n,..i i. i i, . i .,...! no.l worry in the mire of llli' l , Illlllli' lai . oio ...... ,. .... r.. " md listen at the local ora-1 a rocking world, w.-should not w. n far sboul an hour. And than? for the dead, but rather for the liv- li i- either taken taken to one of lag, for tho who ol are abroad I the hotel or poes bark to his prt- on nil the seas while their feet are I rat car, either to hike right out of I chained Ilk Prometheus, to the rock town or spend the remaitunK hours of despair and the vultures of gnvj until his MhedUled departure In the and jealnusy nre catlntr at the vitals. ...... . ... 1 .. . .. ....n f..,- , 1,. 1 ., n , his quarters which xx snoew nwi ecupatiot, have rather sueh thing M death, lh it being merel) tag between mortality ami unmor- ...i.e.,. adjoining talttTi m open boot lumuau ....,,, ur eaeap an "i "" in""""" eal and rather touchy to those who are familiar with conditions here. We Will take the ease of a rail road president who com to tow n to j oalled a uodgi me t representative ritisens with re-1 yhotiUl we rej gard t" the extension of his line or iiro at peace, to talk to the merchants nl'oiit , tered into rer Holttud of through long i.ikitt on lh aspect of a nbthtmgj A merchant from an , ii .oii os to Tula to buy gooda a, nrt into town in the morning "f " h',UMml nnd "n Rvrn lh' picture In an nctem ad is refrevhrn1 after two month o1 Bel gian scene on th' first page, Ttr more prominent it feller Is lh' more si. ares he ow ns In Worthies , henn a. and finishes his business by tin) HOOtl hour. lie has four or five, soine Umea seven or Mght hours of time ,ii hi band Perhage he exits lunoh at ,ne of the ri stain ants or hotels tnd thWI? The dreary patrol of the street broken per hap by a visit to nn of tho movies. That man wti- little petty thing Which cotno to vex I perplex u as w Journey from rh erndl tc th cave. But In the s. n that It 'reminds us so eloquently ami , ffectually of the merit, the beaut, fill qiinllt'r of our fr nds who BM absent only fur a spell the Lodge Of soi io is a ndli tiun. My soul to God I Rut there it is. The dawn on the lulls of Ireland! God's angels lit'tinp the night's black veil From the fair, sweet face of my gireland. ), Ireland, isn't it Brand you lonk, Like ti bride in her adornin'. And with nil the jmnt iii love of ray heart 1 Lid you the top of the moniin '. This one short hour pays lavishly back FtW many a year of mourning; I'd almost venture another flight, There's ro much joy in returning Watching out for thy hallowed shore. All other attractions icornin ' ; 0, Ireland, don't you hear me shout? 1 bid yu the top of the mornin '. Ho ho! Upon Cliona's ihelving strand The surges are irraiiilly bfatiiif. Ami Kerry is pushing hor headlands out To give us a kindly greeting; Into the shore tlm seghifds fly On )iiiions that know no drooping; Ami Out from the cliffs with welcome charged A million of waves come trooping. 0, kindly, generous Irish land, so leal, so fair ami loving. No wonder the wandering Celt should tl And dream of you in his roving! The alien home may have gems and gold - Shadows may never havo gloomed it; Mut the heart will sigh for the absent land, Where the love light first illumed it. And doesn't old Cove look charming thi Watching the wild waves' motion, Leaning her hack against the hills. And the tips of her toes in the ocean 1 1 wonder 1 don't hear Shandon's bells! oli. maybe their cfaiming's over, For it's many a year since I began The life of a western rover. For thirty summers, aathore machree, These hills I now feast my eyes on Ne'er met my vision, save when tl q ft) t Yr memory 'a dim horiaoo. F.ven so, 'twas grand and f,- '.' set , In the landscape spread befo Hut rt roams are dreams, and mv eyed WO I op To see Texas' sku- still o'er me, Ah. often upon the Teas pit , When the day ami the chase were ovi By thoughts would fly o'er the weary WftVC, Ami around this coast line hover; And the prayer would rise tl. fit BOffM ful I ( tl All danger Hml doubting scorn in', I'd help to win for mv native land The light of young liberty's mornin' Now fuller and true, tb short ! IN iho Was ever u scene inure splendid! I feel the broth of the M uurtei brneac Thank Hod that rny exile' ended old scenes, old song.., old fret,!, again The vale ami rot I was born in ' 0. Ireland, up from rny lour' pi bggrte 1 bid you toji of the mgrnm '. preawon Of a kindly Intent. Ill-na-ture and politeness are antagonistic and cannot dwell together for lmii; in th.' same indli blual. I'olll erii-lej In llu who diid In New York onlgenutna essence contribute toward It I the well-being "f all. even to lone nr.. while Impolttenea and Irascible torn per may shorten life. Dallas New, rankling n it.-nl la.sk at rtlst New Volk is Ulng Its poliC 'il count iho unemployed, check up the person willing to help thoM and turn tho remainder over to a central bureau of relief. it is the first real census of unem ployment our largest city has ever taken; the first official sign that gov eminent in America I eager to strike a trial balance In it most Important business- the business of living. When every one nf our cities forms the habit of taking itock in this way, It Will be easier to swing plana to put the idle to useful work, thus banish ing the sting ,,f pri vat charity. How o, hi that we've so long been demanding an exact count of hone and dogs and stray cats, yet havo been content With merely rough 8 ieae on iho number of Joblea men a.id women. Hough guesses mil rougher neglect! it's time to go to this real fas!, as If we meant to ih something.--Southwest American. More Etching. Nurse "Come, dear, W will wall; in the pari, and gather .some autumn leaves." Spoiled Unld "Will they let you do It?" Nurse- "Why, certainly." -p' led Child "Then I'd rather throw rocks at the goldfish." A nUBCTH TO OKLAHOMA W hile the author was In Tu'sa De '"'ber I, 1914. his attention wa ailed to an InacrlDtli tl 111! M Mtotlt. 1 in front of a hotel in Tulsa, the words '"" a ' reuited to Washington li. nig, who camped there White on h's western trip in 132 The InaariMtoa suggested tu the Writer tlie following line; ' ik Inborn, 0 Oklahomal Tho fairest land of tho West, U i,. i. sunset trails of long kK Tell of the tldo'g rltl fiuw, On its in Bl ending qutst Th restl tide from ti,e aetata i;ast As It (ought for gold and tend, evei dreaming of a richer faost 'll, the tiuil that lid from tha Bast, Waiting the touch of n hand. i Wonderful land of ogttl and oil, I aims ami elite rtcttfl and great, in i by far than gold mines are, king Its pine,, ils another atar sTttnla the Union, a suite. Washington Irving. In traveling weet. As he or, ssi, I tin. i, nn,, ,,ut. .', th prophet' rfnlnd, by word anil pui. Told Its future to western men; Tho propheg now come true. Ho ss-.v young i ltie dolling t),0 plain. i inner oam th wheat to ow; field producing yellow era In. fi piling there In sun and rain; Told ho this, ao long ago. His vision ninasurlng future yens Clear and bright as th evening Star, IMnw tbe whltn men piny the field; rt beneath tin in were revealed, QgtSS of knowledge, wido ajar. I n. I 'The years havg conio and the year bgve gone: Tito Traveler Prophet died. 1'el white ho ramped li ng. lung ago, Itioad streets resound wall traffic' flow, And the fertile fbtdi are wide. . "klahnms, O Oklahenin! The fullest under ihe sun! ' atlle feed on n thouund hill', I Woods nre wntered by many rill". And sUt'i hoed has lust begun I j. s smippun.