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TULSA DAILY WOULD. FRIDAY. SKITKMNKR 10. 1010.
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Just what is prohibition going to ac
complish ?
Will it make the laboring man satisfied
with his wage?
What will become of the men who used
to frequent saloons?
Will more people have better homes,
food and clothing?
WE'VEl been working for pro
hibition for more than a
hundred years and now we've got
it, but are we going to keep it?
Do you know just who have been behind
this movement all these years, and just what
they have expected to gain by it? Why have
the church members wanted prohibition? Why
have the social workers been so tireless in their
efforts? How have business men and employers
expected to profit? Strangest of all, why has
labor advocated prohibition?
Martha Bensley Bruere, in an illuminating
article in October Pictorial Review called
"What. We May Expect From Prohibition",
reveals how each of these groups of people
expected to gain a different endl
And what have been the results in our
own dry states? Mrs. Bruere tells you these
things, and the lights she throws on
what is likely to happen are certainly .
most interesting!
Which of these people will win?
Temperance people, social workers,
church workers, business men, labor
for each and all, Mrs. Bruere has a
definite message I
Who is going to benefit most by prohibition ?
HOW CAN WE MAKE MARRIAGE MORE ATTRACTIVE ?
ALL over the worlJ, there is nn alnrmirifj increase
ofbnchelors. Some s;iy Ihty'cannot afford to
marry. Others frankly inlmit they are too selfish.
Young women in appalling numbers have no desire
for marriage. They prefer economic independence.
Do you know alout the so-called "new morality"
that menace to our home and family life? Do you
know of the changes social, legal, political and eco
nomical that must be worked out before marriage)
can be made easier mid more attractive?
Charlotte Perkins Oilman, in "What is Going' to
Happen to Marriage," in Pictorial Review for
October, shows only too clearly the muin causes
for the present chaos in the marriage relations.
She tells things that many women arc thinking
without daring to say.
DOES YOUR HUSBAND TELL YOU EVERYTHING ?
OR do you just think he, docs? He may
be like IVlham Maddct, And you may
be like Mrs. Madden before hv fqund the
letter from the other woman in his pocket.
Every woman, young or old, can learn n
whole lot about managing n man by rending
"Happily Manied" by Corra Harris,
Pictorial Review for October. Mrs. Harris
sees through men aJ if they were glass.
She knows her own sex just as thoroughly,
and in the most amusing way in the
world she shows you their little vanities
and weaknesses in this delightful serial
novel. Don't mi:;s it.
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Other Features in this big October Issue
s
A message from the Queen
of Belgium
THE King mid Queen of Helpum m
'ion to tie the nation's K"fs! v A special
greeting to Pictorial -Review's reuleis
rrin.p.'ii'irs u chut iriin jxrtrit of this
dtiinty Queen, with her signature..
"Uncle Joe" Cannon
U hat Jirt lit think (if tt nmrn in "iifn
ASK Uncle J c Hr trlln wlia h" thinks
in it i lrl.jj!it fully leminisrent interview
with RidiarJ Harry.
The scrvantless home
CAN yni imnninc a house no sinij -line I
in its housekeeping urnuitfemcnM llmf
no servant n iirrrurm v i Don't mm
Mahel Djlon Putriy'l helpful mtiile.
The alarm clock
DO von know that Kanvis sp'ti'ls leu
money on t he heal' h '.I its 1.ihie than
it (loei in the health of its Ins'
W'li i' 'I von know file i it t!i.- C'"nf( ret'.re
on S'x i.il Morality What oniiitty m
Kuiupe! Ins the Inchest I, nth t it- iiii l ahy f
L'Xik for "The Alarm CI x k" e.n !i month.
Short stories you will like
Ihc Spoiling tif Pharaoh
liy htmii as Cici'r Wood
Tlic Appetite for Marrijue
hv ( liinfii e Uurfmjton Krllmnd
The (nil Jen WinJmill
- br .Sf r Aumfnir
Antiiniti Hloontini;
. - hv Fluabmth Mar
'I lc Yellow I low rr
liy Mrtrilltt llll(in Pott
Fvt n the hahies are kicking!
N.' iti' t e f-it eel frelinn! No more castor
"ill I oit't tmss the Imhies' strike, one
of the lanmr.-st Twt lvetrees pictures.'
PI 71 WW
October Fall Fashion Number Just Out!
LARGEST. CIRCULATION Ol' ANY 20 CI: N'T MAGAZINE I,N Till) WUKI I

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