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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, JULY IS, 1020 SECTION B. 1 ft in yt Si mi Mo Ka ruj I.M - In it larj or en iij FnHllahaal r.ivT slm-nln: ItanltwUng FWtnday BY THE WORLD PUKLISHINr, TO. rilOKNX IXIRTON. t O. llfcNTB"l.HB . .Owe or And Pnhllsher BltlMH Mar.aa-- Tn'"r Vtanatit. r.l.W" .fTilof f.dltoMal U Ik f nlae Fealoffie W.d l"a. " awn or Ai-inr H'-hfai nr ;m' i. M PIMM FIR or Till lAiKHTHi I'RI ' 7r Aawociawal Pre ! rlnaltl 1.1 in "I we tor i, inllM of All ns dlapAl' M " M er am nhrwia credited tn this paper sbai " lr'' g9al Ml pahllahad Serain UBHI H I 1-1 ION HA1h.fl, PIT MAIL IN A I ' ' A K fAIII AM. MINhA T in OKLAHOMA nl'TKIpr, Of OKI.AItiAiA Out Taat ! AO Ono Vaa, It, Mentha Thru m i , On Month Dn Vaar Sit Month hre Alnniha no Mm. 1 1, On Tar Hli Months Par Mnn'l. ... 4 OA Hla MonlAl . . I II Fat Month t DA II. T r.Ml.T 14 OA fin Year . . I oa HI M'.niha ,,,, It Pal M'.nlh . IIIIHI.AT ONI.T . . $t Tt ci. Toar . . . I II Ali Mnntha II I ... M 4 l II T 00 . I It AO . I ta T CARN1KR IN Ol IKILI. II.WNH I.A.I. I AMI! HINHAT . ,. ror - i" Per Month In Ativan. r Tar. It, Advanon 1 I no UT CAFIIIIER IN Tt IJAA SANI' IPRINOg ANH I ID miiK i.aii.t am. ni NUAt . Par Week . . Pat Month, in aitvaitee .HI Pat Tu. In (fl.nr. I ' -HQN-j"J7oi)0 KOB i.Al,Dyi:,n" OFF I I All I I t V f t I It Daily Hiblical Quntatnn M MtAV. .11 hi 19, li In thai h hlmalf hutti Htiffrratl. hln li-mp'f I. h I ahl in a-n thriu that ar tampit-rl Hoi lis How Mtln Hint rup. No hart can conraiyu, Whh h ba .it. 1 1' k quiti up. Tim I HUMfl mluht llvr. Hi wity watt RJIVCh itituihr Ah'1 iltirkHi than nun. , DM .lur thtiB ntiffr Anil ahull I trpllir'' If any nun aa-iII t oni aflr in. 11 him dany hlmki If .tint ink up hi BrMi tnd totlo m Mull 1A A piomlnnl oJut froflWI) of Tnpr-ka pr- 'mltti-rl hf'iA.'lf to It tiiaf t nit. hlat.ri laiht r than ial hr mk 10 ihf i i kiai i alum offl. lal Uotl IiIcah th dar worAMl Th fOVMtWt Ia iHdv to drop Ih pwtjM !! prop. Ho la Ht nalur liaiidann and Hpaak.r Wuldrp and ai h of tM ninnuri who wra hntflflar1a of thlr ai Unf -aovornorahlp. Notlr rxtmordlnarjl Th "rrllara" of th lata Baron Waltr it Mum will li aiit tlond In Pari, .luly I'S. In adtlltloii to IhtniHanda of hottlaa thr will b offrd at "piiltllo cry ftOn. 000 I1tra of win In raaka." Th rallwaya and ataniRhlp companla will It ulad to qii.tt prlra on round trip tlfkla pood for a thirty day lapovr gull, your hovlnt Th pttd diirllnra of Ih factional rnarhln In control of th clsrtlon and reslstratlon ara lhaud r(latratlon hooka Intllntrlmlnalrly and contrary to law. Th prlvali ai'rta t y of M.iynr Hubbard diarlng ih nprlnn rerlatratlon prlod r(lAtrd votra nl th it y hull from all parta nf Ih t lty, It wm oprnly charrd. And It ta a fait that a nipmbpr of Ih InromlnK ,-ti y ad mlniHlratlnn found an Mrtpri BUmbm of Itlink NlltttrittlM rPitlfliatPH In hla dtnk WhM hr took nvr Ih .lpparlmrnt. It la a noiorloua fa.-l ih.it tha city waa romht UhI aprlng by walking drlgata of th mathlnp who workd both lda of Ih trrt to find pvprv dPniocralli- volar, but wh a natly dlAtorli1 thlr t i tan, 1 a hn thflr KillOltaUlOn dpvpioppii a republican or lfittptnftrrt vottr. Sut'h a PaMldttlOR ta a dlaKrar to clvlliaton and an Inault to Tua . itljitn.-hlp. Mm who will dPlll'TAtrly t about HtPaling from thrlr nalghhorA th rlithta of Amarran cltlrimhlp will. If afforrtd thp oppoi tunltv. att al thr prnprly. Surh mn unnuralionahly aak to Htqulr poliilcal authority, not for Ih purpo of dtapmnlng gno.1 i-tn prnmi nl. but braua of th opportunity thua affordad.for appculatmn and graft Th very foundation of nnpulat govrninnt la th right of th t ltlin to rant on vota In at -t ordantf with hi tonaclanrp ; and th very firm obligation of good t HUpnuhip la tn m that avry qualifiPd .i-lir ia un.ordPtl that rght. All Ihi la fun liimnlab Th firm tp toward . lonnlngH up pnlltiral affair In tht .-ountv ia to nlaf up th rrookt-d rflhtratlon and lrtlon Hhlm Th only avav to acomplih thin la to r that only honornbl mn ar givn authnrlty for th purpoaa of rnforcing ih rgialratlon lawa. Thin doa not trrjulr changing Ih partlaan affiliation of aurh mn lthr. r'or thr" ar dmtn-tai wlm iwould no mora dny th right of ritun.-hip to a fllow than WOUlg thp ht'Ht rpuhlian. Hnnorabl nin, that Ih th i., Rity. And thy ran b Mortal In avriy pt. inct with I trouble than Ih rfinrd lo alaeovcf a mlaarably dwarfad moral ilfKPnorat willing to aully bin aoul by taking ordr from the criminal lmpnt In polltli H. When the prlod of reglf tratiou btglna let the reglt-tratlon bookn l in pOtaVtaglOg Of hinHt men and kept available during the entire pi rn .l Ibat la what the law tuntemplaiea. And let no man ban aneh bonks who la noi ntlild lo thm und' r the law. 'I bi n the citizen desiring to comply with th law run rjo ho with am. And the resultant ex pression of th electors will always he reason nt.lv PUT sfld representative of lha majority That I" the purpose of popular government I nt"MA theia Ia a i hung for Ih better In Tula fTOwlftl Indignation against rrlmlna llty will rn'ik. lUall fell In a way morn for. ihl and Impressive than elegant. Renpeclahle mn and w.rr. ': will not alwaya Hiihrnlf lo a condlllon of Mrfdnm 10 Wile in of crooked polittcUna. iti falirniATION rn ririKM Th hoI pafpOM of an lrtion law la to tnak It aay for atMHIfltH lrtnra In raai thlr bal lOH artordlng to thir dalra Th prat th.e of ItOtloa I". at' I a m Oklahoma, at laat In th larger aiMaai Ia tn maka It aa difficult aa poa aible for fht. prttptlv tiiallfld lrtor to bring hlmaelf within th prnvlninna nf the law ho that III 09 ah may vole on primary and elt-r.tlon flay. No one will dispute th aaerllon that th ebitlon offbiil whthr ngletrar or lrtlon )inl:. (hoaM be guided bv but on motive to aee thai all wb" VOta hive , right tn vol hall nlH that right Yi th piattlr la quit th contrary, a thotiaandA of popl In Ih rlty nf Tulea alnn know hy iaapratlng prlnca. Th law rqulrA thai lrtora niuat rglatr on certain datra prlo;- lo the elertlon llalf In ordr that thy may xirlH th frani hla. Th purpon of ih law Ih Hear and rnmfnandahl It Ih to further afguaid th ballot, Th reglA Iratlon terllflrat in Ih hand of th votr. mipporled by the record In the pieilntl poll lit, ok. la prima farla evldenre that the elerfoi ha bn prvlouHly amlnd tout hlng hla or hr fiuallftrAtlniiH undr th law and haa ih right lo vole. Th lima BOvarnlng rgltratlon ro.ulr thai rrgjmiara eh. til be appttinted for each precinct, anil that they ehall reglater all who preepnt thenieelA.-a accompaniad by proof of their t'lilr.. ntthlp aa proaltlad hy the atatutea Of courHC, It Ih the purpone of th law that th reglatrar. during rglatrat1on partoda, ahall be nrcearwhl to all votera. And If he were, no complaint In reaaon would He ajiiltist the Hytm. But he In not. The partlnnn raglatrara. In many caat-H. not all of cnurae, cannot ha found hy Ihoae elertoiH not of hln party. In a con aldcrable number nf caaea, cannot be found hv thime of hla own party who are auHpectad of being opposc.1 tn hla appcla) pet faction An we Mated, hundred of Tulna tltUena. dining DM reglalrntlnn period laat aprlng. and ilurlng the preaent regietratlon period, have gone to the publlHhed place nf reglatratlnn Utnt after time without being able to find the reglatrar Nnr Ih there Information available at that place aa to hln whereabouta. The flagrant manner In which hundreda of electora were dlafraiichlHe.! In 'the city lection laat aprlng through th Rnap linlgmnt taken In cloning the registration 34 hour earlier than contemplated, la atlll remenibeied. mi i iiit; at Tin: WHITS imrsi: WhltP a OnrtaMan nation Ih at wnrnhlp thin morning, following t lit N.i.arne'H Injunction to remember the anbhath day and keep It holy, the prct.i.lftit of thin republic and the demo cratic candidate for that high poaltion are In a political conference in th whit hou There mav be no Impropriety In thin partlnan conference on the nahbath day. YV do not know how the public fMll tbout a matter of thIH port roHHlhly tt la betviuae It la without a precedent in our hlMorv. that It Jara our een IbUIUM We do know that our former preal- leritH have paid Ihelr dfAi.tioii lohe Supreme llclng on the Habbalh and we have alwaya pilded atMMlVM thai our chief executive have regualarly Hollclted the divine guidance and hlraHing In their Official taaka Th Incident bOCOrnag all th mor Irritating AAh.-n taken in connecilon with t-nnta othra ! or in: tam e Th prenlili nt of this rhrlatlan nation workd montha lo formulate an Inatiu menl for the guidance and government of the t ilied world It wa purpoard to do by law and force what Chrlat ald could coma only through love and reformation. Nearly two hundred thoueand ivorda were lined In the preparation of thi world law. and not once avah there a reference to the deity In It, not nn e during Ita preparation did HMM who engaged ihemelve in lt preparation aak the divine blenHlng' The ptiHltlent of thl rhrlatlan nation di rected Ih writing of a gnat party rod Juat the other day No one tllaputea that fact. Something like ten tBOUMBt word were em ployed fn ita prcparatlttn And not once, from higlunlrig to end, at there reference to deity Neither recognition of tiod in the pant hiatory tAf the republic, nor hop of hla continued heneflcene 1r. Ita future, ia continued tn that wonderful document 1 It Htiangc, therefore, that the prealdent of Ihtf OhrlaUan nation nhnuld be lining the Lora'fl d.ty oi pal Hat II medicine making'' We think not And wa think h in mini epi seining Ih BOblMt and bea of America In thin jum a h mlHrepreaented It at Veriaillea IH It the privilege of autocracy to Ignoic even the God 0l the faihera? Im itn i,v lfJMM iii ilTDAIa For f'ttirteen yeara Oklahonia haa auffrd atandal be. aun of th mpropr un of the. pardoning power The poinirnl machine, lean-1 Ing mora and mora on Ih Induatrloua gratitude of th. erittiinal t lement, haa t orn to rt ognlze Ih pardnnmg ptrntr aa Ih moat ailuabl authority th admlnlMratlnn p.,ear Thua the ' pardoning orgy'' of a few daya ago waa logical In all r. ape. ia And it la Rat the tulminattng Infamy by Any meana. unleaa there In a radica;! change 1 flovernmnt waa nevar net up for the eane, I convenience and prote.t tlon of Ihona who mak. thir living In violating lha mien of not 11 y That la 'iilt vldnty Ih doctrln of the pnlitlt lana of nklahoma'a major party, hut II ta wrong nffenMvly and Impnanihty wrong Oovrnmnt waa net up and Ih malnttilned for the protection of thoa. who ablda hy the law. for the adequate punlahment of ihon ho dfy It And whn th wnrn agani of Ih peopl deliberately cater to Ih latter claaa they commit treason agalnm the ntat and thoa ho mak up th olhr t laaa No ol. ligation rata on th xciitlv to do Juat I. a to th convlctd criminal. The cotirta ti n.- attattdaa' la that already. The pardoning f.ower waa created and lodged In the head of the Mai. for th purpona of preventing opprenJ Finn and groan Injuatlce. It wan, ton, a wine i, ,n But the thought w-a almply to create where lnJUHtlc had bn done; or lo encourage a aafety Aalv in the Interenl of that rare t aae reformation by rewarding It In that equally tare Mat wht ra am h executive clemency had been anqUMl Innably earned. The rarity with which thm power wan ex .i t . I lp the early dayn of our government provai t h point It miiHt be evident to all cttxailM nf thin ntate that the pardoning power cannot wlih eafety be lotlged in any Individual We hear II openly th.iiK'.l that th acandaloua line of thin power ninre th preaent admlnlntratlon came Into exlHtenc la for the purpoa of enabling the underwriter of a certain campaign fund to recoup themnelvea And. aa tmpnnH!b1 an that munt Heem. the mere fact that It Ih alwnyn men who are able to pay that are benefit Urlea of the pardoning power forcea one to nuapect thfc truth of It bat un t the firm opportunity take thin power from the handn of the governor and dlatrlbute It among the member of the pardoning boatd. requiring minority party memberHhlp thereon and unanlmoua connent before any pardon can lanue. The governor may be prenldent of aurh board with a proportionate vote, but no more. It ta recalled that (iovemor Roberton haa made aartiatl npee. hen complaining thnt the ex ecutive la not entrusted with aufflcient authority, that he cannot order thlnga done; that even th auditor of the state can refuae to pay bllla tho governor order paid l.et us thank God here and now for that condition! The frame of the ronatltullon bullded Winer than they knew. Not more au thority for the executive but lean authority al leant until auch time aa it haa been amply proven that the executive 1 aafe to entrust wit!; enlarged power. "I am Jum an ntrong for the nnblei ') won drous league of natlonaiH ever." wiilen a prom inent Oklahoma democrat. W are nqj at all surprised lo learn that "a Vw rule has been Inaugurated In Bolivia." Bill Murray haa been there long enough to start Bonn I liinK "Why la Oov. Cox going to the white house to consult Wilson " asks an anti-league demo crat. Why does the hired man report to the boss? Anawer ua that! The Heinle that made an attempt to kill Mtndanhura wan Mi ambitious tun. Beverol million Kreich. English and American lads con tlnued such an attempt for several months. An Oklahoma dispatch saya "the tranafer of state ennvtcta between the McAlester peniten tiary and Granite will begin tomorrow." Then there are nnmn left? Oklahoma Outbursts Hy i n IB I ,'K TON speaking of the fall guy, there a Tom Wuldrep. Another cause of Increasing unreal la the fishing stories that drift In The gtrl on South Main nays nhe han al way beer t.ppoeed lo a front pon h campaign. It Is expected that much of Governor Cox's propaganda will be sent out from Milwaukee One reaaan. perhape. why Senator Hard in meters a front porch campaign U that he watiU to avoid the mistakes made by Hughes I Tennis nr. a epnH haa been dealt a terrlhl" blow Hereafter no racket rhall bear the name of any famous tennis player 'Tls thus the game losaa the support of amateurs th backbone of all sports. federal Judge It. L Williams' a leit to the democratic national convention at San Irn rwco did not impair or dull the Judicial wit which he expounds from the bench. A Tulsa lady who Is spending the summer in I'alifornla. writes back that geraniums grow as tall aa trees "Hut who In heck." aha ex claims, "wants to climb a geranium"' Instead of the republican candidates for senator meeting for the piiipo of eliminating some of themaelvea how would It do to let the primary voters do the eliminating! It Ih our private opinion that the democratic candidates for senator lu Oklahoma could tell that investigating committee that the spending of a million dollars In a nation wide campaign for president is not at all unreasonable. In hla praver on behalf of the Russian revolution before the 4J-ei'e. a preacher be eeched the "destruction of PalmerUm. F'en roaoLsm and all other kinds of paganism." Merely an example of tautology. THAT NEW They both WHEN THE DEMOCRATIC Corn-lt-hl lfl'JO: AMKKirA. MY NATIVE LAND. Hrllten hi Albert Hupp. Mtilprsrd Bl4r. and Hung to the Tun f "Mao Uuid." America, my nallv lanrt' Th sword ol Truth la in thy hantl. And wo lo tboaa who haaelv atand Aaalnat thy lefty liberty' Th htavrnt. trho thy .oinmand. Antl cr..wn thy l.row with aplentlor grril. Anil apiaj thy ht.paa lo avary atrand. AA'hUh auffera undar tyranny Thv rlsbta art ray Inreaaant rsr. ) leva thy bleated anil and air lava thy haroaa great and fair. AVh.t for thy hlsh Ideala fousht. aaBalV 'oouft-- aaaa t y kfCUE - ZtJjW WA a sMaaaltaW jatiaV'iX '"" 4k.l8r "' V VsaaaaV wf pO'NT- "t.AN.we fev B C Vfiti 1 Po,NT w'"' --1 Mfftft The Young Lady Across the Way Per thy aotaem. bold? dare My. arduoua toila with pride tn haar. And aartiaatly I rAla my prayer, For lilaaaliiga on what ihou hast wrought Hear m. aa for thy weal I call. Th .mi, whn wilt n no daapoia thrall. Va htla atronler than a mountain wall 'lilt panpla round about thae rUo' Taka thou my haart. my Ufa. my All, . And tower my amhltlnne tai. T work thv go.d wbala ar hafall. And aouod thy glory tbrnugh th ekte l.n th hrooda of avll ahaka. And in thalr mldat thv lightnlnta ttraak. And uadarnaath thv heel tie make nf arror atraiiglaa in hla rasa' Let avrth with rapture thru! and quake' Lei ail th rar thy Joy partike' And 11 thy aonga of frtadom waka And uahsr In tha cioldan Age! Ml SKOGK.V; HOY LIGHTS GAS. Picks HUlieadf Vp SO Frat From Maiihli After Ughtlug leant. mi HK.'i.i.r. ir-1 1 July t. Billy Holland, 12 years old. sat over the manhole of a aewer this after noon, winding hla long skinny legs beneath, him He struck a match to light a clgaret He picked hlm aelf op 20 feet awav The fir from th match ignited th swer gas An explosion followed and the hoy was blown Into Ihe afreet His legs were badly burned, his trousers scorched and bla hair aimed. The young lady across the way saya everybody haa his off .lays and she haa wen the star pitcher of the team taken out before the game waa over and sent to the mound. An attachment for holders of rolls of wrapping paper prints advertise meat on the paper as u la unrolled. COX-TAIL want to know ORATOR GOES VOTE HUNTING Bj Th Chl.'o Tnbuu I Road to Easy Street Often Ends in Asylum or Undertaker Parlor TOPEKAa Kan.. .July 15. Pastora today should pla.ee In the discard seinions of ten years ago, and apply Ihelr preaching to more modern problems those con fronting the country now. This was the advice given by Bishop Ernest Lynn Waldorf of Wichita, head of the Methodist church district comprising Kansas and Oklahoma, in a recent speech here The bishop chose "Thumbs" as his subject. "I like to take something likxf 'Thumbs' for u subject," he said, then folks don't forget what 5'ou say. The modern preacher should talk In modern terms" He ap plied the different kinds of thumba stiff thumbs, sore thumbs, lam thumba and effi cient thumbs, tn the van,, us kinds of church members Home life . breaking down under the the strain of luxurious living." aald the bishop. "Every one seems to he grasping all he can get now. People are in auch a hurry to reach Easy' street that when they arrive many find an asylum or a sanitarium from the effects of the price they set." To keep out drafts but admit light I celluloid window shade has been Invented, a stock In the bottom being "liri'i'l Ol 1 UU.M lo W WlllllOW Irame to prevent It curling All ihe odors of cooking are car rled of info a chimney from a range ir.vented in Paris, which la enclosed with glass doors on the principle of uie caemisi a araii ciofccu The Horoscope "Th atara intlln but tin not . stl - si iw . in,, ih, lata K'jcrnih. ia;u i,y tita sMkai awngat Sroo, 4-. t Altaougb Mars Is In benefic i. poet today, according to tatroloi faturn and 1'ranu rule so itror,, v for evetl that It da a flay In wh K to be extremely cautious. During thla r ile all the phys attributes are likely to be atron i than tlw spiritual anplratioi.s of ease and luxury should he uurbtd I'nder this sway the tendency W eat too much may he easily In. duli-etl making for diaeasag of tn dlgtatlon. which will be exceed. m y pret alenl. Men of Iron develop while Mar dominant and the aeera declare tt ,t w eaklings are likely to be overt . a In the next few yearn Health Is to he counted aa a f)a tional aaaet no jealously astrolng..- fore ell, that themanding of the ran will rise staadily owing to the pre valence of scientific care for all typ-a of children. At this time there shotili he ja. vealetl benefiiH from the war no, hitherto recognized. Fame for a soldier who will v th'- I nlted Slates In forecast. Women are to be less prominent In public affairs all through th next few wceki than they have t. peeled lo be. If the stars are later preted aright. Rac questions will he agiin. prominent during thla month T Indian will form attention aa arifl as th negro A plague of Insects mav appear at this tlmei tormenting human be ings as well as dumb anlmala. According to ancient lore tor. makers should begin to win succ. as during this position of the stira. and new enterprise nf various son appear to be fort cast Persons whose blrthdate tt la will have great good luck duri-.n toe coming year, ir thrv were born In the morning. If born In the after, noon the augury la not so favorable hlldren born on thin day will i a active and successful These sub. Jecis of Cancer are on the cusn and may have I.eo characteristics which Impart ambition and Initiative REOPEN CREAM PLANT Mrs Mill-,. ...n !.c.-t,, Tiilin ! ( ream i ompanv Has ( loaned t Well. The plant Of the Tlllsn Tea Cot. company Is now more than suit clentlv clean to satisfy the most rial I requirements of tho state health d' parlment according to Mrs. T. H. Sturgeon. Stale health Inanector wh. sanctioned reopening the place aa th result of an early Inspection yester day morning There is no cleaner or more sanitary let ore.-, pi.t in in i lie siale, she announced. sirs sturgeon states that the pure is sufficiently screened and that hot water Is used In cleansing the re. cptacles Sh made no commem concerning the testing system, says, because It. Is not In her Urn The on'v orders she issued were th i the place he closed until cleaiie.1 up oecause it was w.thout doubt In a filthy condition MASTERSON SCHOOL HEAD McAlrM.-r TWiclior Klra-trd President nf Stale VsvMlatlon. OKLAHOMA CITY. July 1 W O- Masterson. superintendent of schools nt McAlester, has been elected president of the Oklahomi Education association to tucceed A C. Parsons of Norman. It was an nounced late today at the office "f the board. A. W. Kannlng of Alva has lmen elected vice president to succeed Masterson. M. A. Nash a secretary of the association. John T, Htfley. superintendent of schooia at Henryetta, has be n elected a member of the board ol directors of the association to rep resent taje Kaat Central dlotrlct. upon the recommendation of th executive committee of the dlgfJJ " He succeeds H. G. Faust of Sh.iwtic . who resigned Mrs. Susan K. For dyce of Shawnee was director fm :i the district last year. GONZALES IS IN AMERICA Mcvlcan Chief Clneadr Pursued lir llucrta Soldiers ( roac Border I,AREI0, Texas, July 16. - A r. port received here from Nuevo 1. 1 redo tonight said that Brigadi. r udener.il I'ablo Gonzalfs, who to put in the attuck on Monten y W'einesday, hat crossed to x C . ,- tiierlcrtn side of tho border l i hfiih-ht at Mler. Mexico. Brigadi r IC.A,.-nl ,1 U . ,"D ."i.airn BIOOOU IIHl .confused with Oeneral Pablo Go viler now under arrest by order t tn tie ia Huerta government The Nuevo Laredo report, whi h has not been confirmed, laid Co zales was closely pursued by de la Huerta soldlera. Him Is about SO miles southw st ef Laredo. A ST CCi;SSTn, TTIjSA COXCErtt iM itKAsbs CAPITA! stock to ai'to.ooo Not.c .of the increase In th capital stock of the Palace Off a Supply company brings to light the wonderful success mad by Jam- ' ConstanUn, president and genjer 1 manager of this company, during the past six years Mr Constantin stated Frldiv thai he had Juat completed arrant' ments to Install a new lithograph ing plant. With the Installation f this plant In connection with thi printing establishment and off equipment department, this aa 1 make the Palace Office Supply cor . pany the largest establishment of i kind In the entire southwest. Thla company was organized in 1914 with only 120,000 capital (tocK and haa made this enormous crease In business during the period of fix year. The Palace Office Supply com pany employs 42 people, Including three traveling men In outlaying ter. rltory and four city salesmen; doing both a wholesale and retail hu-l-nesa. Mr. Constantin expects to in crease the preaent forte of his em ployees to one hundred or nv" people before the tall business be gins. Adv.