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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1910.
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!?. WW tin nboonili1. ftv 4t
nufh mors aliouiiil. ltim. 6:'i(i.
Whin iin did rain, anit iti-aiti ahuiinil,
'I br hara Hi anna of A'lin fnnnit
Aboundlnf llfn; Ihcr gliirlua rari
Halraa lliro' Ilia l.ird our rlhliiuri
'll a halh rriiir,! iinto liaLli,
i an mlllil ")ta'a rnun tanmitlt niii
WaHni-i ii ii i A. alirnal III. It J"ua liri.t
ur lyiirJ. Hum. S JI.
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r Cham Clark aviyn h l x.rfiM lly
willing fo miuul atin frrr Ilia vrnl1"
denry. tlnfortunalely for Ohmnp
thvrn dixia imt aipmr t tlit time
to b much of a demomiUo upri
Ing In hla favnr.
WHh hot aUhr omtng on, Knl
nr mil la beginning to frl a.n tr
rltaxUon from hi (lannnl nndara, avnil
la taking the ailing to harry Hp and
pick out a nlua, coraforlaJila aroni
mw. raaort fur htm.
W admit thut Trwldnnt WUann
taJkad nilghty Jirrtty at Uouton ami
Nw Tork, but now, horror bright,
after reading hla trpem'he dr you
know anything more about ho-w bla
ronatltuUon of tha luiutiin wnuld
work than you did before? .
Trmae aTtatrnnn who lnalnt It In
poaterlty that la moat lnteraitUvt tn
tha Jeago of natlona are amumlng
to apeak with oonnlili' ruble author
ity. Ko far aj beard from, ponierily
rafuaiea to Ve Interviewed an the
tubject
foaelbly J'realrti'nt Wliion iiiunerf
14 point an that In ouji. he loi a
few there would be a aufflclenry
left, aaya the ! Angrlna Ttinr.
Homelhlng Ilka the cluuip cloUiIng
dealer aaklng 110 for a aull that he
will aril for 11.75 mther than loan
a. ruatomer.
Bum Illytha haa dlaniverril Dili
moat of thu Bol J lor tire inrnliiK
home from FYanra aa rorl.illsuj
What Sjim mciuia to any U that tf
theat aolillcra do not aiitrn IIipiii
aelvea u repuhlh ana or deinocT iia
It may be eafi'ly munimed -at tlile
writing, whlrh Ih anino werka n .i l
vanre ot an aotual ti'at, they , i'
become aw.'lnllata or aotneiMInK elf.
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It aounila eilly to talk al m it link
ing the I'.eriiiiin wamhlp.! If r lny
rannot ie enultiil'ly ,1 ;nn , of
iimong the nllled hiwi-h. mil thrin
at Auction undrr proper irnanuitli
aa tn futuro nee ami npiily fhn pro
reedii on ierniuny'a (li bu Tliln ill
pnaulon Wmil.l tiring In kuih.. re nl
money for lllglum anil lYinn. In
tart up (tie work of ri Iiiili 1 1 r.(-
Sill.itor Kri'.l tl.M-i n. .( roi-.ir I 'In
leugue i.f n.itioiin ii., n nil;lh .ii l-miir
yel. an, I r'f n-. I" Im uii.il..,l frm.,
Hie iliiiiiiiT.nl,! pir'.y ,,-rin,. In
due li,, I a.n -ve of Ih., p., m,...'.
plrtiiM lor flu. le.ici''. ' 'f .ill i-.-nne
leas loni'inr"!, tlirrc l nothing i .. t
qnre npi in .,(J,-in,,t t,, ,( a, ,
llillll o il ,,f h:.- I'.iliy tie-mi. I,.. ,.;
iltrei-.s ii'h r,.ii c'.her Mien. In r "h
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a!i llful vi i.llliu u!tll-liUi nf I,,,,,
ti'N". iin-l ipimea i'ritiwi $ .,.n
rl.her nf lule tiniverei'y .in r:i ii .r
My fur the Kl.ileirient lh.it n Jri ., .
f"r n.i rii iihiaJ with m,r .ifi
on the Iiu.in nf pre, nl m 1
than to wait fur 11 n t :rn 1., 1. ,
we fornlly term Hie "niuii.i 1 -;
the viewpoint nf thn ,mv. h..,.k 1 ,.,
Iat, )ii contention inn.-' I.,- r- ,.,'
ed. In eplte of the pmiih, k m-,
foretell the) rapid re"'"PH"ti '
war prlrtea and w.u;ii. 11 n
dotrtitedly tnie that In 1 Im ,. , ,. ,
" Mrt tlnm are Jut n ro,.. n- .
a baaV iha genrral puhln- !': ;,
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nil low prlii'M. lull mi 'I" t..,;ni.,
hetWeen Watt'' tlll't l'"l'. Mil, 'I III IV
l'. i-l'lii-r iii 11 Iiik'i "' ' r i,k' n'
If pilri-M lire not fc'ilii. r" ilinp e
1 .111 litioiiil v.lih ll. e ii-'ii -iin e
tll.lt. Ill plnlHirllnli lll.lt l in-. llmre
to iiihIuii., imr reivni'li will l.
eiiifUly atr'al. Tina iijikui ain e will
I'lnilme the elil'lh'v wliiih U ni""l
'it to atari nil iirl.llli."i on ltn 10.nl
In proeperlly.
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line nf the !n"nt priiinNniif f..,i
tnrna In T11U.1 Kruwlti n Him Imlhl
log nf ik hoiiin for llio 1 1 1 1 ir Wimh
en a (wirlMtlun nwan lal Ion I1 In 11
H'lnd elgn fur 11 grnwIiiK -1 1 y Unit 1 1 1 1.
peopln In K'tiernl tlunlt 11 k 1 1 of
Hin iCelf.irn of Hie iiiiiih' minirn an. I
MH la df III" ll lll.ll they I .1 11 feel
down In their 1 heiH fin Hie iiiniiiia
of arm ling a I1011111 wi'li nil tin. mini
um nntivuiilHiirKft fur health liillhllng
anil aurroniiil them ulHi Hie Inn: in-
fhli'in'ea In e.lify their pmils a well
11 a biHllna. That lin y have ilnne au
In the p.iat In to the iri-dlt nf mil
eltlxera, toil that 1 not enoutih. Him'e
the new home nf the aneni'lallon haa
beeu atiarteil nil kind of material
nnd all grade of lutinr have rleeti
In mit1 an that the original emnimte
til it not cover all the wanta Hihi time
haa developed. Ho If you are railed
on for an ailillilnii.il ronlrllniHoii,
think 11 not a taK but a pleaaant
duty to mMpoml In the appeal for
fniula, that tin aplendld houie m.iy
tie flnlntiMil ami eipilpped aa brflla
aui h an lnaiiliilloii tind ua may be
flooded to furnlNli the fai:lllt)ia for
tin hlgheat uaefulneait.
It haa not hern n long alnce peo
ple aiorni'il to look lifter the welfiue
of the glrla They Here aiiip.me,t to
be wall flowem. aittlng aroiiml Imtire
with their hainln f"l,le,l walling to
grow up and meet their dMiiny. II
liei Hine evident that ihi anrt of rain.
I nit il 1.1 not jinn! 111 1. the kind of girl
who were b.il filled to achieve Hirlr
aharo of good n Hie plan of life Tin.
Influence of home gritdiiaNV '"( 1'
I'uwiir, aa a Benenil pnipianiloii, ami
enmelhliiK v. ii nveei to fill Hie
plarn. , Without K""l ant r. minimi;-,
II n a part of hum. Hi fiituie t.i l,.
teiioraie. Mm lety nf the bt-.it kind
d Id not liii-et Hin niii'i'i Kent , f m mi
I'SotT la prone to cmplia.iino Hie mi
perflclal m-i'iiiiipllalimi.nta an. I iiim i
coiilemplilea any lu-lp In Hi., ,.nl.
nor n the bmlilv iinr nli.rli I.
vi-ryone'a birthright. The ihui.h
illil nut twill Hlem, fur 1; Im.ksei!
ilowu rri-tii a hi'iclit and ,ti:,..
Ihem for their inledol.-iK-i bn'
reiicheil iliiv.il no he. 10; hand 'n
lalaii them up. The . hn.-l-i .li. tin ir
best to fmn Hi. 111 le.irtit-ig. (nit its
effurla were m-i 'iw.n uy Irnupere-I
when it i-anie In (ii'ii,; th' in vunlv
bnil lea nnd 1 leu n wnii ' ..
The Y. W. 1
neither l.i ll a mit'Hi
Iiimiii. liainlm;, l-ni
fhien- n yet ilex
nn pan t,
! r jiltlli'io l.
Hi h.vsl l-i
lii"i 1 : he
had clean
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I:m., think n-.td.
to have In iMIn
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Our I'liiillnn miuiiIv Ihil Hie wo
men li.n" gut a ui lit 1.1 wear am
tllinic that 1 1 lei ,. -1 the men. I'e--Miuially
w ihili't cliiiin In In. mill h
uf a flort.Ht, hut our thenrv la that a
iad.li i a chiu'i Kill turnip. iIiuIk
Ing by the wiv a man carrle on
when be ou.i hii chin with the
rn.ur. .'.'in'- would 'hllik li Ih wife vh
undergoing .1 inn lor n -r a I Ion An
other iciiMori uln a woman doi-iin't
realize Hn- iinpot lance nf iHilltlc ll
hecaoni. he h iiltv.iv forgeiting whn
M goveruiu V h it bun becomi. of
the old fh nine .I ini-iliiw cllren
whomi aim In life w a 1,1 hit the
ground wl'd h.i hit'" I'ercv Nood
1 1 a not that win. 11 th,. iiipllallKtH
d.iuithier'M miithi-r n eTt i-, bliu why be
dull) t bring a l ii'in li bride back
wl'n- him be in'. I tier he wunteU a
mot her-ln - la w lm
ber own language.
roiibl piaie In
The StruKlc
' Nun IW-fum lliilncM.
The two men alepped back fibnutieil
bi.forn Kdlth. The biutber uml the
IlllKhalul Hiiddi'lilv fell the burden of
conflict nnd "offering thev'liad Iin
noei.il on (he wimiau tieforn them.
John did m l know ejiu-tly of wlnil
he waa guiliv: hut ha felt the guilt
nf in ii ii v iinother iicctiaiiiM. Aa for
bei" brother, Ned Klowerton waa only
ton oonacloo of guilt aa he thought
nf how mgch be owed bla Ntertef. and
bow indifferently he waa repaying
Hie debt. He felt ennaclerif e-atrtcken
at eight of ber. nil the more hecatiaa
alie did not wei.p or wring her hand
or pour out ber itlaireia. eilie only
looked lugilen In Hie plui ky, re
anon i. f'tl annum elie waa. ber look
enl hlr.ilt'hl In her brother a baarl.
"Ynu'ii. light, -luhn." hn naid lurn
Ing In him "I have been lying down
on Hie Job Well, I'm going tu It:"
None of III, ni alluded to the Mi-rue
again by wifid or look. Next morn-i
llig Neil in rtt tu the (III. When he
i.Tuipi-d he hut the air nf n man
who lint only ktu-w lo- hud Ireeii right
nil aluiig in il cujil nil eVay , but llA'l '
KI CIlt e.l pi oof uf II
'The l-eiu-lal nllliger of the l'n.
v.-r-ail i iier , a l l la ruining
i."i' l',"r to .'"uk at my heater
They re H'. btggcut In the buin'n."
he inii'Uiiic.f.l it dinner
Tint 'Vcirnl-i tomniented little
I .til ll bad l e, ,1
f--uin Hie failure
I I i'HI'I'i M -lulllt
,1i-.tiu Hunt inn In
me I lm lit of hope
cf mi many blight
kepi eiletu oil nf
tuin h In any w .1
mi Ned ni'. I h;. iiftntm
A. fur Ned. hin iti 1 1 1 il um itlnuli
Hpi'ii'ling the nmiiey (.. I,., de ri v.. I
lli'lll hm Illli lltl.-U en heitai'if il
Ihinga and pli.ieiinvi fur I'.iv Sum
mei
'flic in murtiiii I r, night tn the
I'i -in! In-iihc Mr Itrtick He w a a
trim, til- ei I maiiiii i , d mall nf af
fait el.i.tli M
lpi m e expected;
til I tie y. 'in rill manag. r nl a big
c..l i ,i a t um
II.- examined N.'.M healer and'
file I .pit nt I , ,ri nfl. i ,iui.Mi,ti at biui.l
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lie, let III 1 llilldel-l Hie meetlllll I .ilWa ItiaiKtl'
nillil In
1 e eeen Hi it inn -er ie of ,i en k f i - ' w I'h I'la't nl way a meant Hint
11- In lo ioiiici h 1,1; he il I nut like, and that 1 whm Irving, cotirle
I I' uiklv. In renin lie him In I'. My ol'Jei-l wna to in like II ua
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vMt.ie fill him to nine with
. 1 hen. waa mi i.l. 1.1 t 111 m,'
.iin- or uaa Iminiiii-ni 1h.1t I had In ' him. A Hi-rlea of breakfaen
1 the ,r.-i,,,. I,, Hume Ii,"!w flufite In i-vi-rv Inntaiice I
' .rii 1. urie, I inv poii-i. HlMioiiyh in niuiie 1 iteen not In enactly the
w tin h f 1i.nl oiiirln.illv li,'-
iii'in v .iMoiiH meiieiire In wbi- Ii h" Kno' a grudging arj'l ouerulnu"
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i.i wi'huiii niiv break being Hn a ii-m-'l I .cured Hi" re enactiiu'iil
the mil m-rvi, I- law. which nnd.' my .re,l.n i-mit bait very foolmhly
n I'l-pi-nle.l. I a.-ciiied a maHH of I .hut legmiat ion. Including (he enact
i, 1 i.f Iiwk In Itioici-o th.- number i.f factory Inspector. In create a
i 1 1 . , 1 , ' I. nunc . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -v 1 . . 11 iwl.n-e CiiduiKi rem! I led in further and n-
1' ;. it "Intiun to Impi'oe huij.ini; enndtt -oni ' . to ri-Kliliile and Improve
, . t.ii'ut. to inuke tin- eight l. -'ir and pn-vmllug rate of wagee law
,!... 1.1 e,iii.i the genuine en 1 1 t ' eiii'-ti t i.f Hi" act relating tu Hie
j ll.'ll
I l'r
:i i f 1 ii 1 m ii v wnikeiH. In cnmi'i t
.iii,.h 1,1 reirulate the woikiim
1 1 11 til l 1 hllilien from ihmgei
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isb nit for workmen on I u.iilini:-. to provide neat for the ue or
w.iurt 1 III hot'-l arid ri-Haui ant i- i.-diice Hie Imun or lalmr ror urug-
loie iltrk to provide fur Hu- 1 egit r at mn of laborer for municipal t- tn -I'lniuietit
I tried bard hut f.iile.l u, h.-i ur an employer' liability law and
il,. unite cruilrol of employ mrni office There w ni hard fighting over
...me of Hi-ho lull, and. whal win mm h 11u.ro e'-rlnti there waa effort lo
-d iniiii. I the law bv trh k.-rv ami hv hi-i tiling II Ineff1ient nnforcfiiient
I wan 1 oiitlnually helpi-'l hv men with w hum I had gotten In touch while
.11 the pollen ilcpiirtmcnl, men run h a Janus lliiuiaon Iteynolde. through
whom I flmt became Inleri-Hled In .-lt li-mi-nt work 011 the aaat aide Once
,r Iwne I went inl.i.iily iluwn lo New York illy without warning any one
uml tiaveraed the li'iieineiii hoiian ijuarlera, vialllng varloua aweatahnpe
t,i. I.. . I nt ruruloin Juke Itn accotnianled ma; and aa a reault of our In-
i,
.linn w ;nt not only nn impi m crin-nt In Hie law nut a aim more
rked Improvement In It udminltrinmn. Thank chiefly to the activity
.ml k I aene of lir John II 1'rvor of Muffaln and by the uae of every
pound of presHiire which n governor I could bring In hour 1m legitimate.,
fa.shlun Including n apnclal i-rnerijeni-y menenge we aurreealed In getting
IhroiiKh a bill providing ru 'he flrat atale hoapltul for Incipient tuhereu
It.Hi We got valiinble law-. Tor Hie farmer: law preventing the adultera
tion nf food product (which law were equally valuable to Hie cumum'tl.
tiul law helping the dun mem .. In nildltlori to labor leglNlation I waa able
to do a good deal for forel preervatlon and the prnlei-tjitn nf our wild
.Iff All that later 1 atn.ve fur In the nation In connection Willi ronaerva
11. 11 wa ftireabailiiwed bv what 1 etrove tu obtain for New York elate when
I w in gnvtmior; uml I w.i already working in connection with Oirford
I'm. hot and Newell I pi-i ured better iidmlniatrathut, and aoine improve
iti-nl in Hie law ihemaelve. The improvement In iidnilnlalratlnn. and In
Hu- i har after of the game and foreat warden, wu Hi-rured pagllv aa the
iinill of a cnnferei in the eiet utlve chamber w hich 1 held with 4" of
In' beat guide" and wouiNmeri of the..Atllronil.-icl"
A regard moat legli.l.ilon. even that affecting labor and the fnreel 1
got on fairly well with the machine Hut on the two luaue In which "big
hiiKlnc" and the kind of pollllc which la allied to big bualneaa were ntoel
liMilved we claeheil bard - and rlaehlng wllh Hrniitor I'latt meant climbing
with the entire republican organisation, nnd wllh the organized majorlly in
in h ho line iif the legUlalure One claeh waa in connection with tha auper
nlendent of inauraiu e. a man whoee office inaile blm ii factor of lnmiene
inportanci. In tha big biilneaa circle of New York. The then Incumbent j
if Hie office waa an efficient man, the bo of nn up stale riiunly. a veteran
aolilicliin untl one of Mr. I'latfa right han.l men Herliiln Inveatlgnllon
which I made In the i-ouree of the fight -allowed thut thi aupi-rinlend-iil
if Inaurance had been engaged In large hiiairirna npi-rHtion In New York
Uy Theee operntlon hail thrown him lulu a peculiarly Intliuate buainea
onlact of one aorl ami another with varum financli-m llh whom 1 did
not deem ll enpedlent thai the auperlnlrlident of Inaurnnre. while atl h,
ihoiihl have any Inllmnle nnd aecret inntiey-m.iking relation Moreover,
he gentleman In queatlon repreaentetl the atraiteel tn-ct of Hie iild-thne
.poll pnlltlcliin I therefore detertnlnetl not tn reappoint bun. I nleea I
oultl get hla aucceamir confirmed, however, he would lay tn under the
aw, and the republican machine, with the aaeljiiuiice of Tammany, cj
liected tu control far more than a majority of all the ncrmtnr.
Mr. Matt leaned an ultimatum In 1110 that the Inoutnhcjat mil"! he re
ippnlnled or elae thni hn would fight, nnd that If ll" rlirjui' tu fight the
man would amy In anyhow beraue 1 could not nut hlinfor under Hie
New York roiiHillullon the aeaent uf the t-naie waa neceiiaary not only 10
tppolnl ft mall lo office but In remove hlni from office A alwnv with
Mr. I'latl. I perhlsientlv refueed tn 1 110 my u-inper, no matter what he-iiiul-
he wu much ton old and phvelcally feeble for Ihere to be any po.nt
if honor In Inking up any of hi remark -and I merely explained good
hunioredly Ihai I had inude up my iiiln.l anil thai the gentleman In uiiealinn
woulil not be rei.iinetl. A for not being able In get In m ceeior confirmed.
I pointed out I Hit a anon 11 the legn-lainre adioiirneil I could and would
appoint another man teinpoi arllv. Mi- liitl then euld Hint the Incumbent
would be put back a noon a Hie legislature recim vi-ned , I admitti-jl that
1 hla wn poaaible. but added cheerfuliv Hi.it I would remove him'.Utajn
IiihI n anon ,1 that legwhilure ad Iminie I and thai even though I bad nn
ifncomfnrtithle lime ini-a lf, 1- would gnu tlile,. to inuke my oppnnente
more uticutnf nrt able rat 111. We pallet without any high of leaching nn
Igreemellt
Ihere renin, fled ttiiliu- week before finAl action cnuld be taken, and the
eiiator wa ci tif dent thai I woultl have'tn yield II mull efficient allien
were the pretended reformer 11111 of Hi. 111 nn .open or covert enetnle
who loudly In-uned that I must make -in open fif-lit ,,n the .iiiitnr hlniNidf
ml on the remililll an organisation. Tin w a w hat lo- wihed. f"r al thai
litiie then- wu no nut of iipeeltlng htm within Hu- npiibiican parly; nnd.
1 I hue "aid If I had permuted the toiit.-Ht lo as-iime Hie ehape of a
Imeie fa. 11,11 fight between Hie governor and the I tilled Stale eenator I
I would litu' Inaured Hie llcloiy of the machine So I blandlv refuni'tl to
Hie iliiin- heioini'. a pi'tMUial fight. x .' 1 1 ri ! v again and iiimiii that I w 11.
'pi-ife. lit willing to appoint an organ I..1 1 1011 man. and 11. lining twti or three
whom I w it Milling lo appoint, hut al,. eipliinlng Hint I imuhl not retain
the im un. ben' ami would not appoint .1111 man of hn type Meanwhile
.rcnire on behalf of 'lie mud Incumbent began to come from the buainea
I uteri of New 1 ink
1 -ii,,, mitierlnieiiilciil of Insurance win m-l a man w h,we HI will the big
Iif,- Itiaunince lomp.inie cared to Incut and company af'.er, lOinpany
'...--... 1 r-,-i..i i,,h . ,l. 11, w nt iii renoooiut him. althiitiuh In nrlvate Home
. .........a ), reeolutlun nermuali ejnlalned that they did
nut Hit
i-ll '.I.. -II
-an what th.-i bad written, and hoped 1 would remove Hie man A
i, r, .mil, , ni in reform circle, marked bv Hie l ato like auaterlty nf
li;a left. rut proft H"ii. n i'l a mm who wa. a cuiintei lor one oi inn in
viii. true cutiinaiilei The father waa engaged in writing Idler lo the paper
li riiiiinlliig in the name of iini'i'mpriiiiiiniig i H tintpt hat I should not only
gel ltd of tin- supanntoittlenl of lnut.incc. Mit In hi place r-hmilil appoint
i.iii.'bi di nr ot her peroti.ill v offeiiKli e In Senator I'lalt whi. h last propo
Hloii if ad. 'pied would have meant that the aiiperintendent of Hiaurance
' would haie t.ted tn, for Hie reatn I have nl ready g'ven Meanwhile fhe
H,-n , -a. ne in ' me on behalf of th" lntirnnre company he repreaenled
..ml tuld me Hi.it the iiimpuni w.i anxious that Hiere rlmuld be a change
o. Mi., fuiieriiiieiiili-niv . that if I reallv meant lo fight, thev thought they
h id ii.f'u. m e with f-'iit- uf the stale eenator, ilenim-rat and republh ana.
Sihom Hir i u 1 1 1 1 1 g. t to inte to innftriii the man I ninnin iteil hut that
il,,,, ui-bed it. h.t sure that I wnuld not abandon Hie fight, be. -i use, ll
i would be i teiv had Hutu: fur ibeni if 1 started the fight and then tin. ked
,i,t, i, ,1.1 mi vi-'iim- that he tied t,e unm-r no npiireiieneinn. ui.it i
no aid icriaiiilv ee the fight through V man who ha, unit h In do with
that kind of politic win. Ii intitein U'th New Yolk polilliian and New
in k busitieea men and law yer is not eaaily aurprlked. Htid therefore I felt
no oihio ,, inni Hi 'in a rather "anionic amusement when .1 htuira laier I
,,. ilv -he ir.jiiintg piper n'l open lelter from the official of Hie very
. nun. .mi I"- had I n en ' ic. un I. it t ing with me in which thev enHiuaia-st lc
, 1 1 a 1 1 ni ,t, , I Hu- i . nomin.i' ioii of Hie auper In t enden I Shor I ly after a a rd
i isitui It,,- l, -ling lawier tall'-il
Mill tin- uff,, -tn- ,!:,! cut me. in nh.it
hid been u I, lined L- write it tnr fiat
V, Ho' i , tliei intended to help
Hid
..e.l I i h . oi i: Ii i I cnuld ninnage Hie fight by myself I
him at im Ho. ugh his father continued In wi lt.' public
i,'d in.,, in ,- pure virtue, unib-filed and , ,( felisl l c .
i
To be
1 1 i
pvr ght. I'll, bv The M
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W ,1 1
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lull.-
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If m
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if lU'l
b.t ef
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take il
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I .-d I hit
nf l nil UP I" ''
I I b'g lint in
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;.
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beep
I, t I-HIM
a ti 1 1 hlrt 4
t ni i cited
fall to do
III'
tppntiit
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al. t thine
I. kl-ei-ig
inn a w a v
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-i n
I I d-'llll the
e lern, -s uf
Mill" plat .
t orumwedl
por.-h
j out ll
be
Roosevelt
nil. Mi I'I, ut mil to iiiinMi- mi' k
lulu Mill I Mim nut t r v tn K '" wri'nt Hn'
.iIw.hh kv him In ilol.iJl th ri'iuniim
llili-llili'il tl llilnpt II Vt.lK Hilly HIHT
i,iileiiie 1n.1t I wnuio iinaiiv. I" ne
..1.11 1. 1. ived olniia:e. tell htm thni I Inlend'-H 10 niaK
tin' flubt Uliyhnw A I (inn- Raid, the aenatnr Kim an
1. ..I 11'nl feeble mm 111 phH'iuc. uml 11 iu poealbU- fur
1 , 1 1 1 1 'n Ko almiit veil iill.e I ntll llnl.iV eM-nillg be
..-ld he kepi ..I III! ibillel .it nehllittti.fi While I Will
hi vinit.v If I wihIuiI to ee him ll aeneriillv had 10
In it h: hulel 111 New Vi.rk on Satur.l.i) nnd imuullv I
break l.ii Willi him I bn one ilium
llf
ll (HI
ll'iini. npeiiiy Solemn n lnriin'K of Hie trim foul variety,
who. ,n 1 urilll.K tn Hn'lr 1 ilituill. p. lid altetltloll In the
iian.v "el in t tti" thn i' wer min h rn laed over my
' ho .'ikf.ining w.Mi I'u:' " W heiievei1 I hrenk fueled
With ll 1 III till V berime '.lire I till I I he fad carried Willi
It n , , 1 1 , .. mii.tiT ngnlfnan, e The worlbv crisituree
lii i.l tool. Hn Irniil.ie I,, follow the eminence of facta
11 ti.l i-.M nil f.i I heui.'.i-!' -. If Ibey bad dime ho thev
In" Ah hillK aa there WHH no duel!
ncioiig bun. It waa onlf when Hi
innnaia to -iinp freight traina wit 11
lion' nf women and protect both
1. hmerv, to enforce gond acaffold
ic up on llir t .' I p n unr ami riininini
thev had raid in this
uf the ill pel t 111 c mlclit
letter, that they
bill that ir they
I thanked htm
me g"l lid of hlru. I
did not b.-ar
demand that
cut ' l nii.-.l l
CI Um
N e n spa pe r Syndltiiti
1'i-uiitxs.sM-nn t.il Mcilal.
S 11 I N t T 1 1 N, Mat . h .'T
Award of the . ung rcssluna I me.lil
uf hulli'l". the higllet A i -lerica n tn.l
u.iry de, -oration, to Ccipiir.il Aliin
i' York uf I'.i'l Mali. Tcnn . for tun
Hp.i'!iii',s gallantry w.ie annniinccd
ludas by ihe war d e p rt men t
4
llivir New ITIm Argnnii-iits.
WASK'INlITI i Mardi -.' : He.
npenlllg or th" federal 1 1 d i culll
!il.s nn8 till ctlg.l!l"'l nf the . .
of it i a 1 1 1 1 fa c t ll I I il K nsiv pr.u: rat" .
w.'lt a yew In reducing ma m n , u m
piles I fur the eni'imc- niutr'is
las:
t h
v ..'ii wis a i g u e I
"l.ti
deft
be.
t I,". I
i o tit m i..slun.
w he h
Horoscope.
Saliinlay, Mariti Ti, 1919.
Arrnli .geia teal thin in nn rm
piirtant day The aim u'Kl .Nopiune
are In henef.c umum t
Imtlng Him nwiiy
I.eli.-Vlil In he- ..hi.
aim nnd to bring
pub:.'- men ni"
1 ti iit'uiii l'ffiy
Ithuut diffitlll'
ac.h i- euii' n la.
Tin le ih a Hiirn tiiakunj f"r Wurer
vlMlon 111 na'lonul affuiw ami ',r
rt'al.talHOl nf true t lUi llUol
Tin iHun;. he a f iMna e t ay
under w nu ll to Wi'k pusltiul.-l 1,1 piu
II10M ill.
Th- M.ww B'-K'ii In liuliCiil-'. in Hie
new (. a tendency t .ward e.. ial
trallon mid ieil.il..l I "' great cffl
ru'in v In nil li'iin in mm-ui.ou
S Hh Hi" miiii it etc v into., Ar.ea
and Mil- beginning Hn' wpring
rpi.irtci, In. e: u'i an- re. i.l a - pre
migiug .1 1" Mod of k'e.'l lii'l'i'.l
ami, tig -ill 1 i.i' 1 ' f p"p'.'
en. 1 ruling 111 tin .-e-'"ti'l ho'im
U Interpretrd im
tional 1 ' lieiUer
I tor 1 he nil
Hi
prum is.rig
ll tic 1 - t
pi.--tl 1,1 y h
gain
lie Ii
tun'
WIH
I 1
fi
111
la-
ir inn,
The III'
f hi 1 .me
to be IX
.,11 ill the 11, r I
h
il-ie lit
I.-! held
,!,- (nl
ll. I uvea
w hen Mar 1 ' -.
ei-dlngli ii i'i ' ri -1 r.
rallwiiy ;ind puta
uff 1 r
niiilii,!! pun: offi
il
e f
, ,.
tuld and
i bl'-n-y an
:d,
Again the urn-rlv. rmg r-u-l'v to
i h i '.Ii en H prophKhlfl and not "ti'V
nen Inn, a mi l o'lu-r p.il'in I tc t .: nt .oi's
v.,11 t vpined. p'iiatit h'Uiic will
Ideal gniw cnmlitiuiri.
hn ii-iihi. in the birth rale wi'l be
appreciable Hil tiumHi and next.
I'ei-anna vltwii Idr'h'bite n I will
hm an itdn- and e ns ,-eiif il -:ir.
In nil prnbiiblllti Thev inuv ciped
liromoiions if i uipiuyed. but "hould
not make chang"
fhlldren Icrn on tble dav are like
ly t.. be clever and iiular. Thitn
aubjecta of Aries are often grrongly
In.bvliliial ar.d aii-ci ef ll-
INCOME TAX "ADVISERS"
SUBJECT TO PROSECUTION
U ASIIIMiToN. March II - l-'iaud
or misrepresentation by private In
come tax iidilseiH Iii many cine haa
been reported bv revenue officers
I-. was learned todav and Invcati
gat'.nu ale In be made hi- t'lllted
Slates iitturiiei -;. I'l osecut iou, are
probable in a number of aat's.
, Private tax adviser reiipeil n bar.
ve! last week, acrording to ihe re
port, d'llltig lb'- ruh of illl.cn to
f.le then, income return. The ml -v.a.i
opened office and by advt-r-llsltig
tlreiv iliiius.ind uf peranns lo
Ihem I!. venue officiil charge that
many of Ibi-ni were guilty of illegal
practice In leading citizen tn be
I em' Mint their office were branches
uf Hi' revenue i nllc'lnr' org-iiiua-l
i.iiisi aiiil In aiding taxpayer in
making nut false or misleading n
larn. 1'iflv thnusiinil
enmblnftlion nre
ili.ll;li. with hew
mill 1 'latiiui
pailiuili.
SAVE $50 to $150
New Pianos or
The Cholca of the
World Ureal ArtiHt.
We are anle South
west I ntributor fur
STI-lIN W A Y Standard
of the World. Thi
beautiful piano In
year of service give
you more for each
dollar Inveeted I hall
any other piano ma le
You can own a mag
nificent Steinwav on
our Ka-sv Sail n g s
plan. l.nirlil. I'-K.O
up to i:.;.v t prighl
$k?j up to I'M-'i.
We can nat e you
ihe rommiHsinn
you pay for else
where.
There ia very apeclal
value In MIONICKIl
from the standpoint
of it rich musical
lone, reapiinlve action
and dm ability Mils
liiann I unequalled nl
Ihe prioe uf.$.170 ami
up.
We sate you the
commission you
pay elsewhere.
Henulne Pianola the
finest player piano
In the world are of
fered In Stelnway,
Vt i-1.it. Sli-U, fttrnud.
Ilarwooil, I-. I burn and
Aeidinn. A factory
distributor our price
la from lo&n up If
you want eomethlng
verv choice, write for
raining and deacrlp
llotis. Lowest price
In Hie t filled State.
Sold under the Jenk
ins orie-prlce-to all,
nn-crimnilaHioii plan.
Klliurn. tha sweet ami
Ringing dependable,
haa won tla wav lulu
thousands- of homes
through the supt rla
live merit of our
price Our pleased
customer have often
a.tid thai this Klhtirn
at 1115 la eupi-rlnr to
their neighbors' In
atrnmenta irbed al
MTTt to $4St l-ilbtirn
price I'prighta I 1 1 li
and up. i.randa $ ',',0.
We rtfv you ihe
commission y o u
pay elsewhere.
I
I'nitest Htalea on these
and many more
plant.
You can own a
piano on our Easy
I'ayment Plan.
Y'U.'U 1NTKKKST and our Interest nre the Same. It la your hual
tiesa. It I your Interest ti- -ecelve tha very utmost In piano valun fur
your iniiney H is our bnstnea. It la to our Internet to ee that you
do receive n betii r tuiiiin f ir your mo-ney than you would rnce-ivo In
iinother make elsewhere.
I'M'KK TIIK JKNklNH 1'IJVN, orre-prtce-to-everyone-no-eommla-
Kion to-anyonc.
We not only can, but we must glva you thw beat deaj In order to rax
Hiiccesaful.
The alltling prli-e dealers pay aecret rommlaalona to friend for In
ducing trade their way. Our aaliafled cuatoniera oiakea our Bijoeetai
pl.mible. '
The-far fniii we serve nioett, prrrven that we do serve heat, ft provoa
"(here are more people In the world who alncerely advlae their frlenda
than there are people who miagulde for tha anke of ciimmiaalona
Vol" MIHIIT UK SATISK1K.H KI JIEWHKUri
P.l'T WHY TAKK fllANCKS
T0L4.0laaa.
HIGH SCHOOL BODY j
HEARS RABBI MENKES
K.K-i-ptlon In hluilrnl anil lY-axcliiT
Who Hair lUt-n at War At
lcnil.il by l.ilM).
I'.al.l 1 M imk eg ad d rcaeetl the IU-li-nl
bodv a' 'ho high acbool yeater
day when l,20tl atudenta entered
Into Hm program whldi waa given
for returned atil, tenia and teacher
who have been n ' war nnd In the
yn-iou irun.mjf c.impe
lll-il.llHlg Hint Hie t'lll'ell Htllte
had a m m- diffeient Idea of d"nioc
lacy t Hint of any other iint.o'v,
the r.ibhl Htnled that there weie
thn-e rundaiii. 11t.1l pllliclliiae In
Ahum lean di-nioci acv.
"I'11-.I. we believe 111 ll-.e man,
Olid we hcllelc in tile tijijlll 1 1 y of Hie
wot Hi of man, an t third we are Hie
.i lvoi ate, ami p: "moter of the gi i'M
liumanliiiri.imxiii that the win Id
kiiowh loilay," anbl Hie rabbi.
Seventeen hoy and men were
grioti I by Hi'- r-'U'l'-nl body with Hi"
gieateit eiithul.ieni. Theae repre
. nted every blanch of Hie eervlc.'
and were Introduce.! by Hie piincl-
I pal. Merle f. 1'runlj-.
U. S. AIR MACHIiVtf GUNS
MISSING ON JAP STEAMER
l!.Mri.MOIil', M'l . Mnn li C I
riffi.-era of the fnit.-il Slal.s utiny
liitelliKi n. 0 I ur.-nii tndny scar, lied
Hie Japatii-He rlc,imhlp Tosu Marti
w hii Aarnved lu re from 1-Tance last
MomcTy Tbe Mteitmer brought ord
nance nnd other government material
and the bill of lading culled for Jt
Lewi airplane mat hlrui gun w hich
are not now- on hoard.
('apt. W I Ilium V.. ljntliieum c'. the
Intelligence bureau iiiealloned all on
btaird wiHuuit gaining any eatlsfac
lory Infnrm.iilon. H iippwira that
the gnu were utolen tu fore thn Hhlp
atilled from Itordc.iux for this port.
on board the Tnso Maru Wuh n
guard of la fnlted St.He troopawho
can rwit nccoiint for the disappear
ance. sleeping" sick N ESSCASE
IS REPORTED AT MUSKOGEE
Ml 'UK i ;ki:. okln.. Miirch " I
The flist cnsit of sleeping ait-kin- In
iiklithomv wa reported bote ludiv
bv Ur J, T NiiholH. iteorge W.
Mo.'it. SO. s-inU into a Mtupor at .'
o'clock Thursday ufti-rnnoii and still
I In n comatoMe alate. .:fforl. lo
rotiae him nre only momentarily suc
cessful Men ha. I Inf, ueti.'.a Jv week
ago. I n..incs and iloiible vismn
teiilou-d a week "" followetl by
Inability to com ctttrate hi mind,
which ronllnuiiln until ft. he Mtupnr
.-l In. Hr. Nicho sals Hie disease
i gimllar In In avmplnm to In
fantile paralysl and he believe It
not contagions.
I
By The Jenkins Plan
Um rli"; no rximralMalona
Player Pianos
Well r-nlled the home
favorite. See It, Hear
It, Play It.
M)SK & fsOSfS
piano for over 110
year have been
know us the piano
WHh the beautiful hu
man eympathetlr tone.
iie action I delight
ful and nn word of
our can describe the
rxiiulsite hiiiutiy of
the cabinet maker'
art aa shown In Voaa
eating.
firan.la 1700 nnd nn
t'prlghla IHr and up
We save you the
commission you
pay elsewhere.
A remarkable beauti
ful puuio and the beet
In the world mualcally
In Ihia
K M ' V A N A NOfin
nt 1345 and up.
W'e are proud of Ihia
aturdy good piano and
If we "took all we
could get" a many
dealer do the price
might bo $100 Instead
cf l:4&.
We tare yvu the
commission you
pay elsewhere.
hrl.'A In II...
417 SOUTH 3.1.V
Phones :itM-3i:U
A. J. CM PR, Mgr.
Saturday
Specials
AT TIIK
Tulsa
Garment
Factory
New Percales
34 Inrhea wide; regij- - s i
Jar 25c; yard I
New Apron Cloth
In heavy glnghama; - q
regular 30c; yard.... loC
New 27-Inch Percalei
Pontile fold; regular " x
20c; yard 1UC
36-Inch Muslin
Finished aoft for the need! A
celebrated brand; regu- "Ifi
lar 30c; yard liC
No. 60 Berkley
Cambric
TU Inches wide; regular 0,"n
Jjc, yard tt)C
72x90 Seamiest Sheets
Full blenched; regu- rtjxl f)Q
lar Jltl'J Ol.LiU
42x36 Pillow Slips
Hegiilnr HI
each
20c
46c
1 4 Htnndnrd Hleat lied
Sheeting . .r.
S-4 Standard I'nblearh- 4 (
etl Sheeting
40C
36-Inch Blue sShlrting
Chambray
ncgul.xr Sac;
J'urtl
25c
Women's Summer
Gauze Vests
Limited, regular ITc 1fJ
quality each 1UL
Men's Heavy Work
Socks
t'olors black or tan
pair
12k
36-Inch Lace Trimmed
Curtain Scrim
Pure white, nil nu want, '"!'
now; regular 35c yard, 1 (1.
the yard 1 JL
a 68-Inch Bleachext
Table Damask
lleavj, fine morecrir.fil . (TQt
yard OJL
Lovely New Tissue
Ginghams
Iteguiar
r 4,',c yartl; Hi- fJQ
) aril
15c Sale of Ribbons
Nn. No. 40. No "
mhhon; while. blue. i'"'k.
roe. t'open, acarlet. 1 T
nrd l'Jx
Satin Ribbon
All color; No. 1c "l
Nua. 3 and li, HV yard V' f si
7, tic yard; No. 9. yard
New Beads
In red blues, blacks, woe'len.
b.ng. larg" (Wi
chatn JOl
HaU Hats Today
l ive dnen new nli.ii''- v '
14.011. .i t" and () -j
16 011, Saturday... tiJarf
Tulsa
Garment
Factor)
East Seventh and
Kenosha
Phone 764.

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