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10 TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1919. i l 1 X I "I 'i :r ; f ! 1 ;1. ! 'i; : 4 LIBRARY IN MONTH ! LOANED 5,695 BOOKS The Human Side of A Bishop Hy flOTAI. DANII.I, '. . Many Kiallrrs l-.il T'tilillt- Inalitu lion iH-mniut for 'IWh 1 Mi al nliiim-a. , In reiipiiiiae to the carda din tribute.) it Hi" Kd Cross canteen al the l'Vle'ii station, reading 'The Tu'.aa I'ubilfi library welcomes our soldiers snd rnllois buck to Tulsa unit thi Utility, corner Thlnl and Chey enne We hope we Khali ea you often In our reading room ami lh.it you will make iim of our books n 1 newspapers." Mlaa Alma ,Jl'ld Mr iJlenn, 'iihmr.an, reports thai many eoldna nf iirrcptlng Dm Invlliitlon "The Tula hoys get out of their uniforms ao rapidly (hat I ran t ta mue about tlii-ui, hut tlia aoMlna that 11 if piiaalng tliroigh ir JoM stopping hue f"r a hmt time i ronalnnly uftar hooka. Moat if lliam lull for technical ones. "W ara imi k k r ar n strong plan now for hooka to ha aent In lha army nf orriipiitinn." continued M la M' Ulenn. "Thea nirn ara not hiiy amt It la xl'l that thalr menial roll rt 1 1 In n df num. la looks 'I'll a lifa of art army hook la flvi ralla Tha turn am noi only rough! II ll tliain. hoi when a hnoli la taken fioin lha Y' llhrury or elaewhera II la passed on lo all man of inia barracks, an It la really rtail a greet dsal Tlinv want lata fiction moat of all, ami raniiot ha enpected In anjny nut (if daia iiiiigaini-a either. MaKuilnca for Kurt Hill lira hailly nsded, good, lata, amippy miaa, thia la In ha u permit -nant artillery putt anit tha man will ha In need of tending matiar tun alanilv ' Mlaa Mifilenn stalea that deeplie tha fiirt that tha Tula public II hiarv was closed five waaka nn ac count of thn "flu." tha reporta for tola year show an Inrraaaa ill all de partment, fir funrtlnna nvrr Inat year, Tha "year" will round out fr library actlvltlra nrxt month. Tha following report la that for tha month: A l ii 1 1 voluniai Innnel J. 401 Juvenile viilumaa Inanai 2.111 , (lain nvar April, I.I4S . Vlaltora In rrailln room J, 51 Maatlnli In aaaembly hall... II New horrowara' rmriti laauad I At Vnlumai rapalrrd II 0 ' Adult voltiinaa purchaaad . . . . lit Adult voluntas- praaantad . . . . ( Juvanlla rolumaa purchaaad.. f BOYS MAKE FINE DISPLAY OF BUGS AND BUTTERFLIES Tha vary latcat ahowln la In aprlnf butlsrflla. now on display at tha tllrd and Huttarfly club at tha boys' dlvlalon of thn Y. M. C. A. Tha atylaa offarad Haturday wara aliarautsrlaad by Ion gracaful Unas and brilliant ojlorlnga Almost avery Imaglnahla onlor oomblnailon from patriotic red, whits and blua maart to a dark rad variety, un doubtedly "bolahavlk," rould ha found In tha , dlffsrant colltctlona. Ysatarday was big day In tha . elub'a contest for tha III prlsa i (which la to ba swarded to tha mam bar assuring tha heat oolleotlnn. Krldsy ntiht tha ortanlaallnn waa Inatruotad In tha mountlna of their apsolmens and thla stimulated tha tntaraal so that evsry member waa out after tha slualve Insects. Not only butterflies but a large number of grasshopper troga, bugs, beetles ana even soma horned toads , found thsmeelvea oaught In tha snaraa of tha nets. HY IS'iVAI. I'A.MEU i i 'nil on l. siiparalltKiiis whan I 'OU MM It'll I don know, aak the Mahop." The iiii"iIdii waa aakrd and tha I arir uluni whlla thn anow waa on Ilia giound at Pawuora ilurlng lha M.I I winli r it atlou . Tha I'lilvi-rally I of lha Mouth, In ao fur na thn phyal i .il propi iilra wrrii roni rrni-d. wiia ! lo svlilamn art tiiurh aa rvar, hut lha i llfn of tli" inoiiriUIn had wlthdiawn I ItMi-lf ami lilhi'i mila'l, harauaa lh 1 l.nya had none liomi- I'u raiakai a and nil lha yaiir nai.lMila found . I Ii mi mnl vna .arv min h iipi'iicriit iipon i.i. b oilii r anil the aplrll of I rirwillii.r. f.llllollHn. t ll lo UK ll O il I H ', arora of alali a, found Itanif ilolnit , d.i.ihln itiily In kirpliiK long arol ladluiia hours from weighing Ion t ln'HMI)' ii . i II thnan a lu 1 1 inn I ii ml I." hunt Ak lha l.lahop'' will unlvai-ail ' H.lvln, wlli.ll.IT Mill deatlad lllfollloi i lion iilioiil rallroail arheiluli-a. Hi' pllrn of aaua, Hie rliila or Hia liai wad'lltig In Ilia Mllnaa or amiKht lo liarerllllll llli 'l e tue llhWn of the millennium, and It mm never h.pr ant tlmt lha mm hn li'iva Ilia li had heroine luinied Hh iN.piiilani e It wiia Juat tha naliiial Hung to aay and, whan ynu found Ilia biahnp. toil ara roilMli. l It .la lha logl rn thing to do. in my Way to tVwanaa I waa one nf a party of four aliiinit in the amnklng cniiipiirl mriit lha Iiii'hI that twlre or tht1 a a day rllmhs) Hie mountain alda from lowim with mui h puffing ami M rei hlng and gra,at travail Tha dlalanra la amiill. hut the e la (.. 1 time la out of all propnrllon In Ihn mlle.iKa travnled. whlrh Hm .uMrOKir from Hiiwnnaa ampin time In aarertitln Inrnnaa iiieutlaj aa well as highly vuliiahla Informallon shout loral lights whlrh Ml ml tha high plarea Tha group In thn amnklng cur hud been Indulging In atnrlea of amnll goaalp. tha ma jority of whlrh ware laillous lind tramandnualv artificial and, llks pre disrated food, t-Auend , more nauaaa than nuiitlahtnant. And then one cautluua member, emboldened to the brink of raahneaM. aaKml for n inatrh and alyly Inqolrad If a minuter were present. Tha asking of this quaatlnn Is gan srally iindaralood In he the precursor of al nff -colored story, but tha atoiy waa not told, snmrlliliig else hup penad "I'm not a minister myself," mid nna of ths four .who hsd bean burled In his paper, "but It Just makes mi sick for anmermdy to he always drawing tha Una between ministers and Jiiat man. , If a minister ain't ba told a rlaiue atory then It ought not ha told. Its all rot trying l classify men In this wsy. A man I man and being a minister dnean't make him different. My biahnp Plays golf and It doesn't matter who he plays with, saint or sinner: and he plays the ganin to win, and I'm hers to tell ymi ha gives tha other fellow hell all the wsv." Thn Human lllahop. "Who la thla human bishop?" 1 asked from my corner. "I Judge from your question that you are a stranger up here. It's Bishop Knight up nn tha mountain. " "The III. Hav. Alhlnn W. KnlghlT" I aaked for ths purpose of ldentif na tion. "All I know about hie name la that It's lllahop Knight. That's all 1'va avar heard hlin called and I'va been on tha mountain aver elnca ba came." Then . I began In remember things . Years ago I hsd known and loved tha man who had bean accepted as ths true type by tha nntn across the stale from me. In the years that had paassd I had not been udvlasd uil Imw my friend had fared Tha Ixl 1 l.esrd dirm t f I om him was a half doi.-n v"it agn when he waa .. li of M I'MUips In At hint. i 1 lure U n atorv nlmul hie leaving r1' I hlll im, tnu. will h hrlnm out 'li human aide of Hie bishop. Jm.in KiukIiI ''f !" I'hllllpa una fart to In. v.l'h one of llin gr.iv eat ilei IiIhIk of liU llf" Hn loved Aluiil.i iirnl. Atl.ilitil med Ii I m II" i. n. I Imi help liiiowlug Hint he wna una of the furui rn In Hie religious iirnl a niiil lifn of thn illy Then riiiin n ti iei-i.uii itnnoiini Ing Hint he h . I i ' II erlrrti d it mlaaliillill y biahnp from the i on vi nt Ion of ih" I e pr ri. lit ji I IV f'H of Hill l''.plm ooi I i huri h of nil Ainerli'N lie rould remain n.ior l.ng in hia option ilrini of the i Iniii'll .it Atliuit.t or hi rould iirii'lit the hik-heni hormr iiii ihnrh i . 1 1 1 1 1 1.1-il.m i.uiylug Willi it an ii pol'tuoHv he v i.li.l liii'jinure In this dlkminti the rrv of n nana hoy provr'l lo he lha end of thn thread Aiuiilne w.ts lo unwind and land him out of thn In hy r lot Ii The biahnp leil'lli"! In hla porket withilii'W a Ii hill, tha iimi rhanga he hnd. and gave II In Dawalmy for an afternoon paper. Tli ulmn nlii. 'Tha derlslun wua fomnl In rhanga I hut .nine I. ark In me from that 12 hill." ha told me aome year after In the i Mange lha hoy gave me, Inatead of silver wna s aouve nr ruin, una of an Issue of only l.ooO minted aa n mrmentn nf tha Inde pendence of I'uba. Xfter tha war theae mine, rloaely reanmhllng a atlver dollar, were laauad and ware highly prlxed Thla una whlrh rums frum the neiraiiov hrousht the an r to my problem. I looked at It sgnln and iig.un ami ihiit night I saw II In my drcHina. I knew If I iir cepted the poat thai had haeii offered me, I would ha aenl tu Culm. In tha hour of Indai lalon, why hnd thla 'u han coin rnme Into my handa' I ac cepted. I went to Cuh, and t think I have rendered valuahls servn-e, I bsve never hud liny legrets over tha choice." Ho. when the trsln reached He wance I suught the bishop and aked him: "Can you he superstitious when you uio not?" Theia wna n merry twinkle In his eye and both hands aought hla trous ers por.kets. If you know the lilehop, you do not need In be told that he tok a step backward, squint ed his eyes and then looked strslght through me, nut In supercllllous , , , -V- it ml Heat the lha rurloalty, hut ua an evidence that he saw thrnuifh my game ' You've gut that Cuban coin In rnliid." he said ' Wall, that waa sums i;oiii, ymi know. It decided my prob lems for Inc. but to answer your location, no, I dun I think I'm super etitiiiuti -1 i n Just human ' And then I went down lo tha of flip, of the I'niveriity of the Mouth In writn a atory about the humsn elite .f 4 htahnp. I will ronfeaa that I hnve hereiofore, perhapa unthink ingly, hellcved Dial the bishop Slid the priest ara men set apart, differ ent frohi the general run. This vlsw pMnl, itouiiilei-a. la dun In ths youth ful environment for whlrh I wns mil In blame, but whlrh I had failed to rorrert na my tint's of comparison Inrreiaed with years. Certainly tha world iiuitlil In know belter, lllahop kniitht Im ao fair, however, and such ii yiiml epoil, 1 rould nut make up my mind tu gumahos without telling Ii 1 in . ao I took, him Into my ronfi l n i n ami interrupted his gains of pool wiih mm nf thn students, mak ing him liilta a shut I Inwardly hnped that he would aay something tli.it would reveal the humsn side I wna looking for and give me a good lumping off plare fur the slury, but he only emlled at his hard luck. ' llllinp," I said, 'I am going In wrlle n atory about yn'i and I didn't have the nerve tu deliberately take aim and fun llks a man shixitlng a inl'bll In Its had. so I am here to aui ii you I am going lo write a atory about tha human alda of a Iliahnp " "Uu abend and ahool." he retorted, "but remember, I'm unarmed, and remember, loo, that na vbs-chancel-Inr of thn university I have auto cratic powers which give ma tha right In deport all undealrabls per aona. 1 hold lha weapon of censor ship " With this threat In mind I pro ceeded In my Uk with the sneaking bleu that hn will nsver gst a chance to crnaiir thla atory until ha reads It In print. Down In Klurlda some years ago, tha tilahop was on a fishing trip with a party of hla parishioners A fish ing trip In Klorldit Is something after a man s own hesrt; a host, a lot of gimil fellows, soma bait; sometimes snothsr kind of halt whlrh will go to wosto If the cork ba sorry; maybe gome c hi is, and always a new deck of cards, (ma day tha blahop had flatted until the eport became a bur den and ha returned unegpeotedly to camp to find four nf tha faithful absorbed In poker. Tha footfall of tha returning bishop failed to regis ter upon tha sars and without any warning he stood revesjed whan It waa tun late tu conceal lha carda or the game. "Won't you take a hand, bishop T" nervously queried one of the bunrh 1 It was niure of a parry than an In- ! vltatlon, "If you are not playing ffir money, : I will, anawered ths biahnp, sensing I the deny (mturriumtnt of hie friends. Us It known tu all that when the blahop sal In this gajne It was the4 rirst time In his whdia life that be had dons the like. The acceptance was Juat as much a bluff e Hie in vitation and Hie only thing that might have brought embarrassment woji that bnlh sides called It. Thus It waa the Mahop found lilmaelf holding the fifth hand In a circle wiih four of his loyal ioyincu. , "We ara not playing for money. ara ." naked the biahnp ugain, an1 none might mlauiyderHtand. "Only playing with henna, biahnp 111 order to keep track of the at ore,' was the meek response. When the. game ended sfler three! hours, every bean waa plied up In front of the blahop. Me bud mude a lean sweep and If henna bud been anything except beana, the biehop would nive round It rmceieiry tu pay everybody's way home Valuable Ivi-ana. A yiMr slipped by. A parly of; blahops wers together In a southern city wnen lllahop Weed, of Klniiita. threw a CQiisldersble thrill Into the meeting by anklng lllahop Knight shout ihut puker game. The smry as told by lllahop Weed was new tu lllahop Ki I g lit and hers It Is printed for the f-i at time: After game, tha four nrnviiav lay man sought mahop Wsed. explaining Ihst they held a large sum of nrnjiey belonging personally to lllanop Knight and that It waay mniie lllahop Knight had won playing poker. "Incredible"' said Ulahop Weed And thtn the confesalwn oeune. Ths gams upon which Hlshop Knight blundered had been for high stakes and the henna repreaented dollars Tha blahop In hla polite endeavor to save hla friends from embarrassment had won about a quart of them. No one dared tell him the naked, hide ous truth and, being gentlemen, the debt of tumor a getting to ba a heavy load. They sought Jtishup Weed t'4 secure ulieolulloii for their cona. icncn nnil ttdvlco ua to the dl poaltlon nt the money Itself. After paying nil ttio expenses of the flahlng trip they hid quite a surplus which belonged to Ulahop Knight. ' I won the hr.iiia," eild Ulahop Knlithl. "It waa my fuel and hint Kaii.e of pikir. but If I bad known eveiy om i f those email henna rnp reaenled n dollar, I'm not a.r aure " A human side tu the blahop? ure Tlu "Spirit nf h-aam" tiencra (luethaU tells a guod atory at the rxpinm! of the blalop whom he knew very Intimately when the Mahop w.ie In charge of the dluceic In the cat, ai gone while the general lurked i.fter the other ;de of life iluwn thric "The bishop need to wear while duck clothes In the gone nnd there waa nothing to dlatlngulah him from thn ordlnurv' mortal," says General linctliBls. "An Kplacop.il clergyman wa wiih the blahop on a train one day and was wearing all the badges of hla' calling In striking contrast to the blahop in his white duck null. The conductor hnd orders to stop the train nt a little elding lo permit the blahop ami the clergyman to get off The clergyman waa nervoua leat the train would not etop and called the conductor to ask If he had received atop orders "Yes. Iliahnp." he said, "we ara going to stop: don't be uneaav." "I'm not the hlehop,' said the clergyman "thla Is the blahop,' Indi cating Iliahnp Knight. "Well, that's funny." repllel the ronfuaed conductor. "I thought you was the biahnp hecnuae tha other man looks Ilka he wnrks " And the blahop does work. He Is ths bustcat man on the mountain at Sewanee He la up with the early hlrde and his light Is the last to go out at night. Ha la the lawgiver In a realm absolutely unique. The I'nl verslly of the Honth owns everything nn the tract of 10,000 acres on top of thn mountain and the town of Hewsnee come tinder the blahops jurisdiction. The biahnp Is the town mamhal, Justice of the peace, and AUCTION! AUCTION! At 216 Wet Cameron Street TUK8DAY, MAY III AT ONE O'CLOCK FURNITURE AND SEVERAL FINE RUGS FOR AN EIGHT ROOM RESIDENCE Goods sold regardless of price. For InfortAaUnn phone 7943. T. S. MARTIN, Auctioneer. YowigWomenDidYou Ever Go to School, and Receive a Salary for It? That la where our achool differs from all others, and it is equipped with all modern facilities and we have eleven specially trained instructrcar.es. Our operating rooms are large and well furnished and well ventilated; the work is congenial; our em ployes work eight hours per day and six days per week. ' Besides a comfortable Rest Room we operate a Cafe teria where meals aro served at cost to the women employes at all hours. If you are Interested in securing a congenial position and salary, apply to the School Principal, room 205 Calumet Building. . Southwestern Bell Telephone Company Save Systematically 6 ' PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 9 1-4 Paid on Monthly Payment Accounts All Accounts Free From Taxes . Under State Supervision Tulsa Union Loan & Savings 'Ass'n I eyf 1 Hii 0 sT-sSas'aWTla1'! TURNITURE of real merit and priced to give the buyer lasting satisfaction and service and to. keep him coming again and again for more. Fur niture that we are not afraid to recommend and guarantee. That's the kind we sell. We care nothing about whether we have the cheap est, but we do insist on quality at the price we offer 100 cents worth for a dollar. In addition, we stand ready at all times to make good cheerfully if by chance the goods do not. We started small enough, but this policy steadfastly and religiously adhered to has made us grow, so that now we are better than ever able to serve you well. You will like bur methods and our service. One piece or a house full. New at 116-118 South Boston rs TWO STORES GENE Second Hand atJLS East First Street S the authority abaolute. I'ndealrable people are not finer! HnJ permuted In continue undesirable; Hiey are simply Invite to leave. The black k'iikIi nt Htwunes Is. In his why. as loyal to Kewanee aa la the bishop, The fact that you are In tirwanee is a sufficient guarantee of characinr. J. n'n a l lollop t'oultt mil help lin ing human uiiiIit these iliTUiii Htunct. VVhlli, on the one haml he U thn lawgiver of the mountain ilo maln, nn the other he la oheiirnt to inr i n n irnituioiia he found here, traditions which will live nt long na Hie memory of I'olk, (Jiilnlarrl anil Ihosn other moldera of men endure; trsilitlons so potent that even a .Hunger adnillti'd after it i'ik'i rea. I'li'iim mi tin' mnuritiiiii that II la Impnenlble tn tell a lie here. ii" I'.'W a mmii v ' imiiii t. the and of thla atory that started out to lt- u iHim-r Irivoluiig portrayal of the human aide of a biahnp, the spirit of Hewanee, ever on guard, de mands that tribute be jnul jjioae who are giving their Uvea here to perpetrate theae noble traditions Yea, It la true the blahop is human to the core. 1 have aaen his eves full of tears und hlM golden heart touched with Burrow lo lis very ilaptha. through human Buffering he haa climbed to the mountain lops and biicome familiar wllh (lod. With hla ever ready enille, hla lau"hin evra. Is human love of play, ha la also the divinely annomteu. He can play wi'h thn boys aa well aa pray wiih them. In the fulness and richness of hla well aient life he Is leaving an lin perlahable record In the hearts of the people he serves; adding addi tional lustre lo the university, fur nishing rnnstant proof that the plan of aalvatlon must be applied hu manly in order to bring aaout divine reaulta.' "Nn I don't get tired; nor do I feel that tha passage of year a marks in trying to do ths work " Za lerday a littla better today j " ' soon be spent and brukan if i ,:"' not play soma and prav climb Hi. hill of life. J m iui, M ! human that's all," ptl Another big feature f,,r ih v demonstration of convention hi i June 5 has been added. It a ' J rumpflre scene and will . p. by representatives of rn (, lrot Here Is j our thane, tn ,m ' the big bugs In scouting Ht really are when on an mrnlk! hike. A rummlttee of scoutmsstj la working on Ihla feature. Troops 2 and 4 ar worki., on their signalling stunt. ,lvtn saen troop 2 In action laialy soma of the troop i bunch getting pretty good. An nurn) man waa doing some aignalltr.g stunts the other day down si hwi iiuartars, hut hn i:ouldp't go too fui for Hubert WUeatl.y. That ! way every scout In Tulaa alum;! ta up on the gam. of signalling n Interesting and uaeful featurt , icoiiting It la slao one that has b.., neglected In Tulaa. Let's liarti I hi old International mo me co.la tri( then keep In practice. FOR PAINTS VARNISHES t'AM; ON Home Decorating to. 220 V..ST THIRD KTRKfcT Republic Tires 577 s E R V I c E 577 Republic Tires arc made' by the Prodi um Pro cess and we selljhcm with the utmost assurance that they will stand up under the hard est kind of usage and give maximum service. Prodium Process rubber makes them exceptionally tough and strong and so res ilient that car upkeep is greatly reduced. Republic Grade Cords Republic Fabric Tires Republic Truck Tires One of our serrtee cars will answer your call 0. A. Steiner Tire Co. 402 Eart Second Street, Tulsa, Ok la. RETREADING . . 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