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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY. MARCH S, 1019
Kersal military TRAININU MUVUrtiLo L-M VooO. of Um. Country I""". . . .. t,. f Army IMe. v CLEARING HOUSE FOR MEN . i,n,.r. TTalnlnc Iat t Hi'"" i - .4.1 lit Mm. IVllrto u ccsa of Nation. (I,y HOWARD H. OROflfl) . Military Train. In ieau. Annie from the qiieetlon of Wlnnln, he r that of adopting unlvereal miMon military tmlntn Itaa been, ,rh,. mors widely dlacueeed In Lh t ynr or iwn men "j uM' ''"r ,n' 1 miintne nlt been tryln out iucn irnmin iti4 ' "ow nv "m definite re llll tl rude ! We have learned ,nd unlearned many thlno. We k.v foun.1 In military trainin far more thin we epected to find. A luminary "I lntfreetln: I have learned tht an un reined t' "1 I" . of no tvalue fuhll'H i ml for national dafenae ami .h.t training I" necewiary If we are to defend eelvea, and that thia iVf tun' Th.il Ina reileral trainina rainpn in wurklnK wondera In de. I'li'iiinK cur miuiik men phyalcally, mfnullv ami morally. Nothing haa ever dune o much to liulld up a plpndKt manhood in eo ahnrt a time. I-.mtv inir l.i netier inr ina traininc 1 Here la no aurmtlture for it nd hut ciio plum to net It, name. lv feaernl trnlnlna; camp, whert diiclplin' ' rlKornimly enforced. That a I'omradcahlp la formed In the (ruining ramp In whli h man hand lit ill' Nlandard Inetead or wraith or nodal poaitton. The mm I't if u'wpolnm. They net to know the other fellow'a prohloma. They herome mora tolirant, more humane and more i expo, nun. They ;iire a higher arnee of Joatlre and It will nr rumor rur audi men In after Vfin, u employer anl mploye. to til their difference: henr all uuwtloni between capital and lahor will ba more readily and more erjul tahly adjusted. Hr hrinirlnir younic .-nen of va nrui natlnnalitlea in contact with the nitlve horn drawing them, aa It wfl. from nil wulka of life the trtltilnf ramp will become the real mtlllnitpot that aeta tpults In all mom hi whhh othet wlae rould not ha hid In a s-n-THtlon. It will trana fnrm the onalomerate Into loyal ""!??' " w"' ""I" democracy rur-fl will Americanize our cltlaen fhlrt nd will ela till lie C Miration, n that "a t-'iivernment of tho peo ple h the people and for the peo pl thill nut periah from tha earth." I- The rlnornua dlaclpllna and Irtmlni tench a.-lf-cnntrol and re !rt Tor law, nhedlence lo authori ty and a 'tis of reaponalhlllty for mndurt that ran b had nnwhera Thy will check criminal ten dfnclft nd will reduce crime prob- Mr one-half or tnor Thl will ef tfl in enormoua money aavint . It III mran fawer poltcamah and fw f Mlla hy prevent Kin tha drift of th uncontrolled Into crime. It will urate the itnnd.ird of cltlrenahlp. It will malm democracy both lafo nd efflder.t. It will rtnorntoualv I !nrrf tho man-power of the na. uon and Innure Induatrlit tind econ omic nupreniacy. It will oulld Up "pl'mild tn-inhood to become the "theri f future ene-atlon. It will rsfi-ritte our cltlzena and v fioni d'ca1enff'. EMPLOYMENT BUREAU CAN SUPPLY LABOR FOR FARMf Hre Applicadonj, for Joba Tltnn alls from former Itrohcd at IM-nl Ofrlcce, 'rln fehrunry more farm handa UKed for employment at tha elate "JTeaua than could be aupphed. TTiere were 75 ralla for farm lahor the four free employment offlcea HI men applied for tha placea. rty-two were placed. Tha am Payment bureaua atand , ready to ip tha farmer an far aa It la poa fr th'm to do, and tha co-op-tratlnn of the furmera wantlna; help ked. .J number of calla for help In tha tour office, wi 793. The ndmber ' '""H for work totaled ... ' "O" n(en placed numbered tti.k 231 oman were aupplled "n pnIUon nf employmant. Tha ,,.' """'bar of men and women em! )0 ln brury waa SS, i 800 COUNTY DRAFT APPEALS iWnaml far Nuhmiaalnn to Dl.uht floard. APnM,, f Tullw county. rwp,. ranu on ari...i... i .j """"a re b,mB prepared by tha tt0. "ir "1 ooard for preaenta 'or aL!." ''rb-t exemption board MaSta '": rh,r" r oul 00 Th. baeaeil on. n In"!?""'" of of rn5 I- V ,he """f "t ' ffctJ on,! wl" he ratl ' alloweV'1 lhoun ,n8 t'Pala MiH H.,"'1 '"v. Iavld II. 'Ch h f ,n nr,a Papttat tiMt,.' i n r "" acout- " ,rorn ,na "l"nal head- In. "'I Ihlnira for tha com- to .?"- Jhe "l do quite ,r la .ti,? P. '-l,n "d. "l " fit, " vrnt lola In "Mil of t2 y '"" h" flow,. rlv,r '" in Plant-rkr-r. tn '" varo -flower In Vh ' ,,T- n', a W'U Uk. , ,'n,,ral cleanup which . " place net month. rajy j j JJ" MarT. H,ft , ,,to"r" conty rlraft '-"i M i ' J"'"-on rtarracka. et. rtlller, m.p'lon ooard In the coaat ThT Jr.fr,r."rh. aervlc. Aviation 'i U.S.Capitol ay; o L . i&Z?sZ -L' W v : rfl-zmpWkeW CO. thanks the public for the favorable attitude taken toward it in the effort to supply Underwood Typewriters. It begs a continuance of this indulgence while the necessities of the United States Gov ernment and its allies am up urgeni. These demands greatly exceed produc tion, notwithstanding constantly In creased manufacturing facilities. Iif times of war the nerds of the nation must come first , . wm-- nn : .