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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1920
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In Aflnc PHONK 00(1 FOB ALL DKPAItTM PINTS Q Dailu Biblical Quotation ) riATIJHIiAV, MA V 22, 1030. The Lord thy God In the mlrtsl of thee In mighty; ho vlii save, ho wilt rejoice over thee with Joy. ho will rest In hln love, he will Joy over thee with singing He ph. 8:17. How ran I sink with such a prop As my eternal Ond, Who hears the cjrth'n huge plllarn up, An J sprcndn the lieavnn'n abroad? In that flay It shall be unlit to Jerusalem. Fear thou not, and to Won, Let not Ihy hands-be lack. Zfph, 3:11. V. niAuco Ihanoi!, thn Monlcnn nnvrllnt. In wrltlnr n ntory ilfitilrtlne th "rml cnii of Cnr ranra'ii tlowtifnll." Th whole worlit known It w cnu"''! y thn uun-tntln' ImMt of the Mm lcn. hut why write nhnut It? Wo know what n nirtn In who workn for a alary or n. wgn and ItHlonw to the union; he la a laborer. Hut whnt lfthe man who works for , watte or 'a Hillary and remalna outalrle tho unlor7 Thiit'a Vrhat Vn warll lo know. Bartlfvllje claims to have the lowent priced Ice In the etate. Bartlcvlia makca a aertoua mistake In boaatlnie about It, Now, that thelce eempany'H attention han been called to the mat. ter we shall .oxpect It to remedy tho apparent Injuittce. Vice Prenfdtnl Marnhall wan not nflected for the Job, but ho'u dolOK nome keynollna" Jut tho .name, nefore the .democratic ntatn convention In Indiana ho paid hln reapectn to tho covenant In laniuaKo no simple that oven the m'ont llllter ate could make no mistake. And he added that approval of the document la not and can never be made a teal of' domocracy. Wo p'reaumo that It la too much to hope that tho FrUeo con vention .may nomlnato him- Tho approaching fight between tho Standard Oil company of America nnd tb,o Ilrltlsh gov ernment will bo worth watching. Wn hopu hostilities can bi staved off ilntll we. gel a R'lto ulrto American nationalist lr the white tmn.i. Then wi want a rlng-slda seat, will wear tin coIoib of thu Standard and loot like everything. For our natlonnllom la rurlt that we proter an American octopus, that has been denatured by tho nuptcmo uoutt, tii n atato of deponrti'my under any other government on .earth. A further confirmation ot tho report that the natlonab Joyrlde Ih about over Is to be found In tho export figures for April, whlrh show a decline ot $135,000,000. A lot of people will continue to yell that there Is nothing going on until they find themselves hnldlnc a well-fllled sack and nobody to share, It with, Tito period .of -readjustment la here! thn Immutable laws of economics are aenln at work. Nn man or; com bination of men can prevent their operation no matter , how painful that operation may bo. ; H 1 TlIK HKAIj V1M.1AN IN THIS P1.0T. Illow do you feel tfow that Mr. Henry PlerllnK hiopened tho closet nntt let tlio skeleton dnnco their devilish best. Perhaps wo take too much for granted; perhaps you didn't hear Mr. Sterling, Who Is chairman of the. third leglslatlvo house, the leglslatlvo committee of the American Ked ration of Labor, when ho made hlrt speech at Washington Thursday. , It us hasten to explain. He says the real culprit In American Industry Is "thU so"-called Innocent third party." tho American public. You pobslhly hae heard us refer to the unorganized JO per cent on ono or two occaBltms meaning, of course, yourself uml your neighbors, who Just ills In and attend to your own affairs, suffering bluo blazes from eidf-eeckint: labor on pne hand and pig-headed capital on the other. It wan you that .Mr'. Pterlinu made tho unkind remark ubout. Herr Sterling was talking on tho "rights of the public." And at about that time he got peeved fearfully. "Did It ever oofcur to you," ho (.houted, "that the publlo don't glvo'.A damn about tho man who works? Thn public- Ih tho tho great sinner in tho industrial field. It Is positively Indifferent In Its Indlf fer,onco." . Which, as wo understand tho language, amounts to a sort of compound Indifference that tho publlo hs towards th laboring rrfan. Aside from the fact that this publlo which so eevea Herr Sterling is approximately 60 per cent laboring itself wo sea nothing particularly to find fault with in his views. Having discov ered, tho real vidian in th plot ho Just naturally had to tell tho folks about it. W hopo ho fe'els bettar, lllltTAI.VH Olli I'OMfiV. ' It In ono thing- for nn lnlernntlon.il Matenmin to profe nlUi.hment to the Ifnitiie of nntlonn and thn tnnKnlflrent Ideallnm from whlrh thai fovf'nant nprnnr, but It la finite aumelhlnit elo whn It cornea to prHrllclnR Ihe Irlallfitlo broth erhood aalil to lie the motive of tlioe nntlonn which hve nubrrrllieil lo anil ratified Ihn leaKiie. The force of thin dlntlnctlon ban recently been made clearly apparent by the Mate deportment's reply to Wennlor flore'n rrnolnllon anklnc that Ihe konnte be Informed what reelrlcllonn. If any. arn belnK Imponeil by other nnllorm on American citizens pronpei tin? for or producing- petroleum. II develops thnl Ureal llrltnln, the ureal ex emplar nmotiK the nations of the enrth and fore moat ndvomte of Ihe brotherhood-of man Idea rontiilneil In the league, prohibits nllen ownei ship In her oil flelilr. Thin policy nho Is extend ing ns fimt as the excellent commercial organi zation of the empire permits. Amerleans nro barred from Hurmn. In Trinidad no person may ncfiulre oil land without consent In wrltlnK fioin the governor, who Is under the control of the secretary of state for Ihe colonies. And so on. Kinnce. until reiently. has practiced a more liberal polUy. but Is preparing to nationalise petroleum lands wherever I'rench sovereignty permits. And scarcely n stati on earth but h.is or about to declare petroleum ilapislis the propel ly of the state. The adlon Of Mnlcn In dnlnc Ibis naiised a great furore, yet .Mexico was but following Ihn lend of other nations; adopting a policy which every consideration of nationalism Impelled her to adopt. Acting, too, wo'l within her right as a free and Independent nation. Hut It Is Kngland the Albion of old, let It be confessed who In her characteristic struggle for peace, purposes making war and successful Industry Impossible without she Is consulted. Benator (lorn performed u rent service In de veloping the point. Tim Information 'Just laid before tho senate by tho state department Jus tifies, If It does not Imperatively order, prompt Icglslatllon by the congress with respect to petroleum. The lil'AI.I' rONTI-ST WINNKHS. It will bo recalled that some months ago Mr. Truxton Ilenle offered $10,000 for the best re publican platform written by a young nun not over 25 yearn of age. Tho prize waa to bo di vided three ways 10,000 first prize, 13,000 sec ond, and 11,000 third. Tho winners havo Just been announced, tho awards having been made by a committee com posed of President Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia, former United Utiles Henator Albert J. Deverldge, and former United Htales Ambas sador David Jayno Hill. , Carl Smith Joslyn, 21 years old of Springfield, Mass., winning first prize; Howard B, Wilson of Philadelphia, won second, and W. P. Smith of Ann Arbor, won third, All of thn winners were college students, and It Is not considered particularly significant that a member of both the Wilson and Smith families landed In the money. There are so many of them they are .hard to beat at any game. Tho "model" platforms are so lengthy that reproduction or even editorial comment Is Im practical. That they wero selected because ot their scholastic perfections rather than for their soundness ns political documents seepis to bo n fair conclusion, since tho awnrdlng committee foifnd It necessary to explain that they "reserve themselves tho privilege of personal dissent from some of the proposals Included In tho essays of tho successful contestants" which If wn un derstood tho purpose of Mr. Beale, puts the con test Into a class where ho especially hoped that It would not be placed. Wo think Mr. Benin hoped (or a platform that would so faithfully and accurately Interpret pub lie opinion that It would be ui.e at least us a model at Chicago, The nwnrdtne committee held strictly tjho essay Idea, Nevertheless, wo congratulate. the young men. PUOVrNC TIIK IXKXOHAni.K IUU.K. yfiw tiik ixr.x government by autocracy ends lu Impossible opO"iion; witness thn government of the czar In Iffissla, A pure democracy ends in chaos; witness the approaching eml of thn Lenlne Trotzky experiment. A republic", wherein a gov ernment of law Is. administered by representa tives of tho people. Is the Ideal state; witness the United Staten of America. The dispatches from Bussla, sent out by re liable representatives of American newspapers, clearly show that the Husslan soviet system which Is nothing more nor less than a pure domocracy, Is fast crumbling. The representa tive of the Chicago Tribune cabling from Mos cow says "the lack of fuel, foodstuffs nnd trans portation unite to insure a total collapse of bob shovlsm by the time next winter sets In unless the Soviets break through the Iron ring that hedges thorn about and secures help from Ung hmd aud America." Th' Soviets themselveH destroyed thn hated cnpltnllsm that was running the railroads, manu facturing clothing and raising food. And now the Issue of life and death Impends on their ability to re-establish that which it destroyed before the approaching winter sets In. A pure democracy Is the finest Instrument In the world for destroying government nnd In dustry and all social forms, It Is absolutely tn capablo of constructive work along tho same lines, Senator Kenyon Isn't going to be perfectly happy until he gels tho packers on the wrack and begins turning the screws. Wo have been tempted at tlmes'to feel that way about It our selves, But now (hat I hey are keeping us out of peace, out of spuds and out of sugar, we are controlling our Inclinations through fear that somebody may take a notion to keep us out of pork chops nnd flank steak. It seems that most of us took too much for granted. Sir. Villa Is as uiireconttructed as hs ever waa, and Is standing pat behind a hand that ho believes will win him tho pot. He was simply Hitting still and permitting Oeneral Obre (ton to whip his ancient enemy. Now Obregon must deal with VIUju Any they ca.ll thut fellow an Ignoramus! c Oklahoma Outbursts nr otib loutom (infill morning. Have you used any price outs? A tmnr man h.is this other advantage he. Is never sued for breach of promise. J fin. IJ.flir, nuilVIU' " r-.fon- - - - are loud enough without leaving tho cut-off open. V - Ti.l. amlinn l-lr.l rr-n I Knmnljllnlne flbOIlt the hank ward weather. She sayn her radishes huvo not iiwnmsii yet. On fair solicitor for up-llft work only asks 1500 of Tulsa. Th modesty of hr appeal to Tularin Is liable to arouse suspicions. ifni.A iifiAF ni TiMhftminirii. who h.i n reputa tion of being a clodn obnervrr, eiys "about all some girl wer ahnut their walata U a smllo." The Dallas News says a drowning candidate A..i.i.h. ... .(,.,.. tint Ami It nilirht have added that some of them are finding mighty few straws. r,-u - ,.i.i c.i.ih Main m-avm ihe Inst vnung II-- Ml. 1,11 ,7-'-.-. ... - - " man who has been courting her asked the other evening what the outcome would be If h pro posed and she replied that It nil depended on in- inrume ... ... T ..... .r-nornn,! mil tllncleV. no iii r nn nui '-,- - ----- (in ne puis iii' ii i - !'- -- --. 1 don't tare whether It Is Just the usual spring clearance sain nr mere piiiitinuu uty un .n- of the dealers. i. i. .....i...inF.l ili.l iIia mnl rensnn whV II in iiiiii- i p.w,- - ...i..n- ,l..t,,r t,i.M nnl hi-ftn rnmnveil I f BIlrNl 1 Iirt-Ml n . ....- - - . ... ,.,!' I. ft,.., .v. rim.- i.anilnlttr.l . irom llic i:il3f jail, in ,ii', in-- ,,- " tlon wanla lo prove In this way that It Is func tioning In a non-partisan spirit. tube Qeern met nnd palavered with Hcntt KerrU lit the edltorl.il association In McAlester, and when he relurnml to Tishomingo next morn ing he found a letter from Scott stating "1 am here In Washington to do everything possible," etc. Hubs does not seem to realize that Mr. Kerrls holds tho record as a swift mover. I no iniCS! SCIlnlllnlll III III I i II I i in ii'.i ' that Adam never wore whiskers, but appeared before Kve every morning clean fchnven. We do not know that thin Is a matter o'f general Im portance, mil 11 lllirn n.'.'iii m miKH' ni m-.l her shops and safety razors were prehlntorlc.il Institutions, rossiniy me reason ill" nmrn iiumi ern artists tacked a beard on Adam was fo hjdo n weak chin. (Barometer of Public 0)infp;i Bryan's Hrlng Squad. mi . i . . . , . . . . - . ) I-nilAnii1 i no ni"min;rii i nu .-i-v..,-: darts of this gTlm archer (William .1. Bryan) are in be commiserated. They nnver have a Chlna- man'o rhance. If they could carry their own states, as (iovernor uox nnu uovcrnor r.uwnrun nave none, nnu inns give nn-ir ii.inj m. i-nis-nome hope of success, they too would fnco thn Bryan firing siiuiul. New Vork World,- Incllcmont to Crime. The nomination of Debs makes It extremely difficult to Impute innocence to the socialist organization. Debs had a fair trial, practically admitting hln guilt; and the law, though many rinnhieil Its wisdom. Is duly on the statute books I.nnktnir at the nctlon of tho noclallst convention without prejudice, wnai answer can n mane 10 the charge that It Is Inrltlng crime In others by glorifying crime In nens? it it is noi iniennen to say to all socialist that they should resist tho law when the law Is not agreeable to' them, then the selection of Debs Is non-understandable New York Tribune. Mom West Points lay Come. Whatever the real purpose of the proposed Investgatlon of West Point's methods and rec ord of the military adequacy of Us graduates, we hope the Inquiry will be rjrilered and pur sued with Ihe most searching and Impartial diligence. This the Sun and New York. Herald hopes because It has the strongest sort of faith that a nationwide studv of. the character nnd products of the splendid school that counted more than any other ono fnctor for Amerlc.-i In Ihe winning of the great .war will resultn a unnnlmous riemnnd for the establishment ns the most reasonable, promising and compara tively Inexpensive menure of military pre paredness. New York Sun nnd Herald Sounds So I'n-.Mo.ilcnn, The revolution has not been sanguinary, except In epqts Cicneral Obregon says It h.is been "a moral and not nn armed revolt." Pri vate rights have, been respected, he asserts. This seems almost too good to be true. Strict orders L have been Issued not to harm supporters of Carronza "pnysicaiiy. .-saunnais are in ue prn (flcted, ami no vengeance Is to be taken upon Carr until or upon any' ode of his political house hold. All this Is In the right spirit nnd com meml.ihle. Still It sounds un-MexIcan. Obregon himself has rivals for the presidency, and gen erals who have an 111 reputation for honesty and humanity are In command of troops and a law unto themselves. However, they all know, nnd none better than Obregon anil tlonznles. that they miist deal with Tin American president who will not extend recognition to Mexicans In power until they have proved themselves worthy of It. New York Times. r.VM'CKY Bllil.Y CIIKHX. (Copyright. 1920, by Bdgnr A CJuest) I used to think that Billy Oreen was luckier than me. He hasn't any mother watchln over him to see If his, neck an' sirs aro dirty, an' there's no ono seems to care If his shoes are nice an" shiny or he ever combs his luilr. He's an orphan, so they tell me,-an' with all I huvo to do , I used to think that maybe I. should like to be one, too. He wears the same old shirtwaist an' his shoes are full of holes. An' they're bigger than they should be an' they havrn't any soles. An' Uts underwear's not fussy, like the kind I have lo wear. He's got safely pins for buttons, an" when he goes anywhere Nn one calls him In to wash him. Oh. I've often wished to bo An orphan Just like Billy with no one to pes ter me But I'm glad I'm not an orphan, an' I found It out tod.iy When Billy's leg got twisted In a game wo fellmid play. An' It hurt him something awful, an' nobody came to see, An' he didn't have a mother who would tako him nn her knee An' fix him up an' kiss htm. So I took him In to mine An' he said. "Oh. Bud. you're lucky! Ain't your mother Just divine?" Now I'm never going to whimper when my mother scrubs my neck An' scolds me Just a little coz my clothing Is a wreck. I'll do Just ail she tells me, an' I'll stand for being clean I don t want to be an orphan any more .like Blllv Oreen, Coz although nobody scolds him when his face is spieared with dirt He hasn't any mother he can go to when he's hurt The Vicious Circle ) GAME IN Wr, M'll raise A C EXCU5E To ( I ccfT To r.se m "PJ0! Margarel Carretts Husband nv jane piielps CHAPTKB XXIV. having a Another r.ffort tu Keep Bob Home, be exposed. Finally I give It up. Ves, 1 know I did," I replied to and determined to siy or do nothing Bob's remark that 1 had known he I further. But 1 would makA hlfn givo was going away when I invltod fath- 1 1110 another pmmlse. This time thai er and mother to dinner, 'But 1 '"- ' thought, dclir. If I did something to without make you have a good time at home t rnn with me vnu wo II I, 4 rutner stay man i '""i go with a lot ot men. I wouldn't told me leavo you If your father were com ing" "Wc won't discuss It, Margaret. 1 have made my plans and shall ad here to them. ,You complained be cause 1 did not consult you when I asked John Kendall to dine with .us. yet you, knowing I had made all my arrangements to go away. Invite company to dinner. I am sure neither your father nor your mothor would want me to give up my week end because they were to be here. Beally It Is a very nice plan all around. You will not be lonely, and they will be pleased to have a change." "So you won't stay home?" "Decidedly, no'" "Don't you love me at all. Bob?" "That has nothing to do with It." "It has everything lo do with It. If you really loved me as much ns l Jove you you wouldn't want to leave me as I have said so many times." "1 know. But, Margaret, I mar ilert you, and I nm very fond of you. If you can't be happy with me away 1 am sorry; but I camiot always be with you. and you should begin to make plans which sometimes left me out." "So you are fond of mo." I paid no attention to his concluding sen tence, "of course you are. Wo love each other too dearly. Bob, to have anything make us unhappy Wo must both give, up a little 1 suppose " "There! that's n benslbte girl. Well we have talked so long I shall be late to the office; not that It matters much. Collins (Clerk tan attend to anything which may come up." With a hurried kiss, an unclasping of my clinging arms, he was gone. But although my Plan to Keep mm ln,..A -,1 f-iilflfl T ,..'. nnl nnh.mnv ' it ., I hi. nni ,ipn1.irer! that he cared for me, and of courso he cared as much as I did or nearly as much. .Yet In spite of such thoughts as these I tried all day In' think of some other plan which would keep "him home. Once I thought I would pretend to be III, then rejected that as unfeasible. He would Insist upon any Kind About 4 "You are he said as ready for f The Young Lady I A crass the Way 0 The young lady across the way says she looks bet in blue having in miii-h r-nlni- nnH bha ilnea Vinnp the Bed peril will never get a foot- hold in this country. I ninirca At o IJfS Q -ABE MARTIN Ji doctor then my hoax might noi inun m nynrru me unl'-Hs I was willing, over to sic mother, and both , inmvi -p.i in nxnwu iu.n h.m, they would, "It would be a shame for him to remain home for us," mother said when! explained that Bob could not break his enagaement, "Wocancomo over any time; but ho cannot go on t In the country with his friends much longer. There will bo but a few more weeks of golf or tennis for him." "Wo can play chess all winter Why should he stay home to epter tain. an old man when he can be out doors enjoying hlmslf." In" the face of this I could not con fess that I'hnd planned to keep him at home, so 1 let the Invitation stand although I hod gone over with tho idea of withdrawing It If Bob thought I had company when he was .away, If he could quiet hln con science by thinking I was having n. good time, he would have no com" punctlon In leaving me. Ho must understand that 1 loved him so that !' was miserable when he was away. I should bo careful it didn't happen ngnln. Thursday came, and 'before Bob left In the morning ho nuked me if I would lay his thlngB out on the bed so he could pack up quickly. "Don't pack tho bajr Margaret, j ou nilfcht forget something I would need. Just lay the things on the bod. and I will pack when I come In. I wish you were going with us dear; but unfortunate! stag parties do not admit of n fellow taking liU wife." I was busy all day, but I was hap py as well, In spite ot the fact that Bob was going away. 1 knew of course that he loved me. what wife of five months doesn't' but he had Mrs. Joe Kite attempted suicide t'day because she baked one too many p'tnters, Whata hecomo o' th' olo fashioned dentist proud f pull i 'Doth" expressed a, wish that I could go along. He would be willing enough ( to give me the promise I Intended to claim I would say nothing uu'il his return, then I would talk plainly to him about making engiigemcnts of wnirn uiti not include me o'clock he cmio up a dear thoughtful girl." he threw tlio things I had him into his lug "You have forgotten nothing:. Have a good lime while I nm gone;" and with a hasty kin he ran down the J stairs, too anxious to geftttarted to wait for the ele.itor I looked out i of the window, and John Kendall, j Homer Creedmnro and Tom Barton I all waved at me I waved b,n k and smiled at thenti then turned away i and had a little cry of self-pity as I ' thought that I should not see mv darling husband until .Sunday night Delia came In and caught mo cry- Ing and said kindly. 1 "Don't be a worriting Mrs Oarret' ' You ain't got nothing to fret nhout like some worn -Ml ha." Monday A Heated Discussion ji!el i a yaAr&euZ ?, OTLotiPu Cor r B clinic's Notebook TUB P A B K AVB NBU - Weathcr. Yes. Kxterl Almost a Axsldetit' A big axsldent olmosl happtrtr frunt of Sid Hunts1 house U-t Pi tlddav. Nobody was hert. irit the things Sid Hunt and S.n rv, threttened to do to each nth- , smash each others nose, brake w others Jaw, bust each others si.i'i . kick each others pants ,n 1 m greece spots of each other Spoarts. A contest was hdrtj-j, Wensday aftlrnoon outside of . store to see who could lift a ir of potatoes the hlahrst Mr .-,rr,. coming out and yelling Has tt , Artie Allxander had 'he I i , . , about half as high ns he sed h e ,t, et It, and Artlo Allxander il ipj, the basklt and the potat u f, every wlch way and so did . lows. Pome by Skinny Mar' n Incloodlnij Dlzzcrt The rook In cooking suppir She bakes and berls and fri But alas there'll be mulling bu Incs noon. How time files' nisniciy. .ir t naries i , su kins was alowed to stay hon-- frj skool last Thersday aftlrnoor on i count of having a severe cc'rt (n ,i, nose, but he had to prae'l-o m piano all aftlrnoon so wat gr :d dM I do him I i.uni mm rniiiifi I ini 6"15 .i.nn.t frtn nltt, ll.A ImIH-iI. XI t ...(LI Y . T -. . . ., T . . , , ...... ,,,,,, ,.- ,,i u-i I out of Ileddy Merfys vesterb it T) iinner imii uglier pin ii rie P4r w'aro he stoled It from or hs J wish he had. Heddy Merfy. c The Horoscope "The stars Incline, but ilo not rempi. Saturday, May 22, 11)20, All tho planetary lnfluen cj i favorshle today, according 'a i trology. Venus, Mercury anl t! Sun aro In bonoflc aspect. It In n rule under which all affairs of women nro believed :: bo most fortunately directed It Is n, time when girls may . pert romance to bring hanpistHi and when meetings wnn stracgr may bo most memorable For tho women Interested In f, tics much good should actr.i through publicity at this time n newspapers, magazines nmj doom should benefit while tills confir ration prevails, for ho stars t held to bn most propitious for ( vorable acceptance of what !a pu' Ushed. t. This Is a rule under whlrh -push nil ambitious plans. Meet!:; conferences and Interviews on wh: large Issues depend aro well 0 reeled. It should be a lucky day ! those who seek positions or ex tracts of any sort. Tho signs aro propitious for i activities for women, who will i much along organization lines, c pcclally where publicity p!as : Important part. Again there Is tho forecast t many branches of foreign trade benefit, but that disputes with (t clgn powers will ensue. 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