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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY. JULY 23, 1020 L F.iMlaheil Trmry Vnmlnf, Includes, earni! TBY THE WORLD PUBLISHING CO. 1 KnOBNC LtiRTON f O IAWON nrii iirrroH r. - LATTA 0nn and P'inllahr IhiaineM Minl"f Treasure! '. .' UnBflsi Ctnf Mjtmiii u "'" ! Iwn4 In th TmlM Poelnffk. aa Pc el V NTH OF AUDIT Bt'Ili: - - All OK IliATK urilliln , . i I w- i. 'T V I I I i I II i Ts iiMttAl prNW I aletel sse for republication of an n-w. rfi.t"r res " '' II ec tKH othrle r ran" i led iu llna nap" an.l u" " leel nnMlati d hM UBSCBIPTION RAT t-lH or '': IN AliVANCB TAU T AND Bt'NI'AT On Tf 1' I a To' U Mentha 4 Oft mi M,",'h Tbroe Mnnthi t IS Par v mi Om Month tl DAII.T ONI.T " 4 11 II On Tr ti Month Thr Month On Month .. . 01 "na Vaat I DO nil Month . . 00 ? rl MmilB it SUNDAY ONbT II 7 (in, Tr ., II Kit Month .11 Pn Month On Tr . Bll Month Tr Month 1 n 1 "I T CABglBB IN ot'TSIDB TOWN. DAll.t AND SUNDAY Pr Waak Pr Month In Aonr rr Tr. In Aitvanco II no BT . altltll-.. IN T' ltA, HANI. BMtKN'lH AND BBS fORK DAII.T AND SttNtiAT . Pr Wk Pr Month. In Ailaanr Pr Tr, In Aaon- II Ito 00 PHONE nOOO KOH ALL I 'Ki'M IT M . ; 'TH OK KIT I A I. CITY PAPVVH Daily Biblical Quntaton FRIDAY, ItU M, mi" f.od sent ntil hi Snn Inlci the world to demn the world, hut tint 'he world through him might he saved John lltt. Jesus, our great Hlgh-prlest, Has full alnnerio 111 111. iil'. Ye weary spirits, rest: Ye mournful soul be glad Thin I hi commandment. Hi '' 'r nhoiild he llv on the name "f hi Hon Jesus Christ, and love one another. 1 limn 3.23. AN Mill AM INSPIHINI. PAPF.R Senator Harding's sper. h "f aeocpthn,. la not only an exceedingly aide paper. squarely meeting the laBIHI llDPOMd. B the trend of current events. It la alao an Inaplrln; paper. taKuluted to quit ken the all htft proalrate natltmal ronaolente Into a flamln torrh of virile Amerhanlnm. It la deeply alKnlfl. ant of the aheer nereaal Ilea of the republlr ami thn determination of the republican candidate, that hla flrat com iriltlal ahould he with reaped to conatltutlonal government. That la the flrat contain of the party aa It la the prime need of th nation. And that in amplifying, rather than qualifying that committal, h ahould aay that euch cemmlttal contemplate the appointment of a cabinet ctunpoHed of the ablest mlnda In the republic, known to poeacnH the ability to exert thlr rightful Influence and conatructlve ability in behalf of the government, not mare offlte boys alert to do the bidding of an autocratic mind. "Thla nation la too large for any one man to govern," declares the republican candidate. Adding: "And it haa always been." Th.ua in the very Introduction of hia speech of accepsnce Senator Harding unerringly places hla finger on the seat of trouble and pledges himself directly to remove that cause. Critics have 1 harged that the republican platform Is evasive on the leagua of nations issue. Nothing of tne kind tan be saltl of the candidate's Interpretation of that platform pledge or his unequivocal engagement to act in a specific manner with referenda to It. Bag ators .Johnson and Ilorah. with their splendid devotion to the tradlilona of the rt'Diildlc and their militant stand agaltiHt Infringing the sov ereignty of the nation at any point through af filiation In 01 aKHodatlon With foreign concerts, must Inevltnhly ills, over In the candidate's In terpretation and pl"dgc everything that they hoped to secure In a platform of their own devising. On the other hand, those who feel keenly that America should not adopt the selfish role of withdrawing unto liself. disregarding both its opportunities for wise leadership and obligations to ameliorate the world's distress in some part, cannot fail to he enthused by the simple, the ma, if 11 1, the merciful and thoroughly Amen, an formula the republican nominee propones. "One may readily sense the conscience of America." said the landitlate. "1 am aure 1 understand the purpose of the dominant group of the senate. We were not seeking to defeat a world aspiration; we were re solved to safeguartl America. Wa were re solved then. ccn as we arc today, and will be tomorrow, to preserve this free and ln dt pendent republic. And again: "The world win not misconstrue. We do not mean In hold aloof. We do not mean to shun a single responsibility of this re public to world cl lluiiilnn. we. hold to our rights and mean to defend aye. we mean to sustain the rights of this nation and our cltl.ens alike, everywhere under the shining sun." In both quotations Senator Harding, while addressing the American people, was speaking to the civilized world in general and to those nail' 11, Intimately associated with us In the conduct and the 1 nolHSkOfl of the aal His in tention was to enunciate clearly and finally the foreign policy of America w. mav well be lieve, too, that it was hla Intention thus to finally end the hope, if n..t the conspiracy, to involve America in any foreign entantMcm. nl or association wheiein one vestige of her right of independent ICilOB. IrauM bo curtailed. After su h 1 presentment one Is quite pre pared to find this "From our own Mewpmnt rhe program la specifically American, and we mean to be Americans flist to all the world. j No surrender of rights to a world Bonnet) or Ita mtlitury allian. e. m, BABUmed inan datoiy however appealing, ever shall sum mons the sons of this republic to war. Their supreme sacrifice shall only be asked for America and Its honor." Many well-intentioned men and women, still under the influence of meaningless but beauti ful phrasea and figures of speech, have asked bow the republican party purposes ending the war sin. e It stands pledged against the l ague of nations. In no tin. erlaln words Henator Hat ding supplies the answer: "I promise you formal and effective peace so qui klv as a repuldi. an 1 ongress I an pass its declaration fu a renubUratfi gaeutlvg to sign Tin n w e may '11111 to our readjust men! I Noma and pro. iff deliberately and re fie. ti, 1,1 that hoped-for World relallon--1, 1 1 whit It shall satisfy both 1 'insolence and aspirations ami still hold us free annua hit liscini involvement " Again the speaker addressea the American paopl though Intending that the . Illl.ed world thai In ai and In i d Instant attention Is Invited to the fact that not a word Is.sald of being Influent ed by what that nitidis may think o do Comcmibm of ltd nghtfulnesB of the position assumed thof hi I. It, ib ..f I hi nallonal conduit, the sole and only concern must ever b", doc this square with American traditions. Thus the repuldi. an progtam In reaped In In league and the war Is made so dear that none need hisitate. I'ch. e will he declared bv .ongress Inetanlly and given oiecultve approval without delay What oilier nations mav think or say la not our com ern. Then with ample lime to redress our own domeslle relations, and opportunity to refle. -tlvel) approach the task of establishing some iilbunal lapable of harm sslng the better na ture of I ho world while preaervlng national Miverelgntv "free from perilous Involvements.'' onscleni e shall be an unlet) Ita great oppor I unity. tin purely domestic Issue the senator speaks as dearly and deligktfulh He rei.ognlces no 1 lass Issues. Iabor has lis rights, he names them. Capital has Us tights, they are enumer ated. Then Instantly he 1 hallenges both to dls- haige th'lr superior obligations to the BBBttt and to government. fry and large the speech of scicplan'i Is notable becaUBf of two major threads which tun throughout its WOOf and warp: A determi nation to re-establish constitutional govern merit on a simple basis, an almost religious ap peal to men and women to re-exert ttidr Amer icanism and at the altar of freedom reconne- rate themselves to the great repuldi. As a whole it stands as a challenging lndl t -mrnl of seven years of government during whb h American patriotism has sunk to Its lowest level. II Is a clarion 1 all not to a new iintl Impossible Idealistic gay, but a reassirtlon of rai lal aspirations and proud customs pecu liarly American and always just. AMI HAITI jK IIYMNR. Campaign lanttlc hymns first tame into prominence jfning the Ill-fated campaign of l!tl2. We my Ill-fated advisedly, both because of attiblliaX denied and nwihltlon realUed. We think tile point we make Is easily discerned. In that yvar. when the challenge of the Hull Moose was ringing over hill and dale, through mart and mnrket and carrying across the wide plalna of the west, tailing, tailing to Its own, lesultlng In the most a ma lug political conven tion in the history of the. world, the tTppeal to religious fervor combined with t fie spirit of 1 rusadors culminated In an outburst of song On that fateful day when In the coliseum at Chicago, w hich has wlinesHed so mm h Amer ican political history In the making, a vast Ihrong of politicians, near-polltlt lans and would-be politicians, rose In religious frenzy such as ever marks the saw-tlust trail of con viction and repentance and burst into the mar tial strains of "Onward Christian Soldiers," the first campaign battle hymn waa adopted. Precedents have all the forte of written atat ntea- or did until there tame among ua a gentleman who took delight In defying them. Kven go, they are still potent In some avoca tion and In sum circles. Heme it ts that this Is to lie year of campaign battle hymn. The convenllon that nominated Ihenw the platform they run on and the record of their lives, have llMd the campaign battle hymn of Harding and ' ..olidge. It la. "America 'Tts of Thee, Sweet 1-and of Liberty, of Thee I King." Ami thioughout the heated days of summer Into the dog-daya of September, nnd again w-hen the first tang of frost la in the atr presaging tne winter montha to come, over forest and lleldi Into counting room and factory, rising now above the hum of productive machinery, ggajn faintly kissing the air of twilight, and still again In soothing tadeiuea ateallng Into nurs eries where babies play and kitchens where their mothers work with a song on their lips, it will call American patriots to their duty and surcharge the heart that knows but one sov ereignty and that Americnn sovereignty with love of liberty and loyalty to native land. Yes. the campaign battle hymn of the repub lican party haa been chosen by t in umstam e ami dedicated by adpatablllty, Hut what of democracy? Aa muck can be said of it. Coming from the white house the other day. the standard bearer of Inlei nal lonulism. the candidate of auto, racy, the sy. In. pant worshiper of the spa. ions doc trine that the man is above even the welfare of his . ountry. said : "What he has promised, I will, If elected, 1 xert my full strength to give " "May we not," therefore, suggest as the one and only fitting campaign battle In mil for Cog and Koosevelt that noncombattve and disclplinc 1. reeding hymn. "Where He Iads Me I Will follow?" kh u us l Ileal in Cdtei eptihll, an i MORE REGMTR ITIUN 1 it The story of registration pra nee .ouniv, wneie 11 i a I legem t.pllill an g.n;- en are being refused registration and where a doxen regintrars hae resigned rather than face I he public Indignation aroused by their unfalr gegg, Is disgusting. In the fare of such practices as these, com mon enough In Oklahoma, to be termed the rnle, how hypocritical and Pharisaical Is the pretence of making the world safe for democ tary! How absurd to talk of instructing other rate in their civic duties'. In one of the Important state of the Amer ican lint. .11 men and women are denied the right of franchise through the miserable and despotic machinations of a partisan political toterlo that iu criminal to th bone. We say now the publl. nt ed not be s irpi Ised to hear that the people of i tn token BOHfltf have taken the law Into Ihelr own hands, for hcie are soine indlgnltl Amerl. an chito ns will not tolerate some ads of oppression they will not lamely submit to. lira nines, prt paring 10 in'Kin a new inva sion of Oerm Bnjf, begin tailing on Amerba for men and rnon.v. ' That s Natural. Quite Nat -ttrali You Know." Oklahoma (htthurntn I One of the haroVat b.bs these das Is trying to rend the meaning of political cartoons. Thv aresini picking iip fragment In ' rago left scattered Bin. ii when the 4 -era blew up. TfVhlfg we are about 11, says Lea Nichols, the ehlgg'i expert on the BHatOW Record, why not propagate a nein skid flghWOfBII Our position simply IB, states the Dallas News, that a girl who Is too good to . ok bllghl to marry a man who Is ti o proud to fight. Dr. Hterrett of McAhster who from a per aona! acquaintance with both, says Harding and 1 ox arc mighty fine men. places himself Under grave suspicion. There may be some Justification, after all. for that fool stunt of the barber who under took to swim Niagara fall In a barrel. He had in . uniulal' i .1 wife and II children. In his political advertisements Scott Kerrl 1 lalms that the Amrlcan legion posts are for him. And here we have been told time and again that the Americnn legion was not a political organization. It Is getting bo In theae days, says mil Dtog ley. that a person cannot cnt" 1 fiNc tooth unless he hu a meal II. k-t for several of th. dentists specialized friends He fir-t mijs' have an X-ray taken. Sometimes a blood test, sometimes a heart test, next go to an extractor and finally, If he can make ,( deposit to cover thi var 1. ix, measurements art taken for the new tooth. And there la Professor C .mmons, whose opinion is republished In Tulsa with approval, among those who have Ihelr statistics on wrong Cog has nVl defeated Harding four times In Ohio as the professor asserts. As a matter of fact they have never before oppogad each other for the same office We are sur prised that sm h inaccuriicy should gain pub licity. It s an Indictment of the publication which printed It. Barometer of Public Opinion fKtrt" In Sequoyah County. Ktlltor Woild Replying to your litte squib about. "Qvgf In DMJUOygJl county, where rhv hlow dipping vats, a church meeting his warned Henator (lore to not eqmu into th county, wish to say: t Yes Ihet' has been a few dlpplnc vats blown hut the men who blew them are far In the minority, and are little fellnVs with one v two cows, but the dynamite, blows for them Ju. the same, however, that will all stop In time. What 1 wanted gay is the Kerria bunch were Just pin suing their same tadlcta when they pub llshed that article about mir Hupttst minster saying "Vote for Kerrts or vote for the devil, ' and they used their dear friend, the great Mus kogee phoenix for thi'tr catspaw. and when they were notified by phone yesterday morning by the said Baptist minister that they must QOfTgel Ihelr atatement or suffer pros", utlon, th-y in serted a little squib to the effect that thc made an error and It should have read Duncan. Okla. Lots of similarity hetween Duncan, and Halllsaw. Suit It was a mistake, but the Joke la on Kerrls for the mistake Just made Core more votes In Sequoyah. Old man tlore needn't worry about Sequoyah, he will carry it like a deer. In a walk. A Tl LSA WOItLD ItKADER. Salllsaw. July :'0. statul hv Franco! Here's a dreadful state of things If we get the meaning of these Palis dispatches. Pres ident Deschanel, who fell out of it train, Ig still so shaken up lb. it he he Isn't going to be able to ride a horse today', which la Ttaatlle day Now. one of the principal reasons France has a president la that very one thai he may ride a horse and teview the army on the French Fourth uf July. This la bad enough, hut worse remains behind. Figure to yourselves, men enfant, that Franct ha no vice president. Not even a 5-cent tint, How It happened jiObody knows, but when they made the French ninstHutlon it seem the Idea of haven t a vice president didn't strike anybody at all. They didn't even provide for a sergeant-at-arnis or a doorkeeper, or a Mr. Tumulty 0! an Admiral OrayaoB or anything. Now. with President Dt hanel incapacitated France Is up against It. Nobody to wear a sash and ride a horse. It ought never to he said that America failed to ' .nd by Fram e In a crisis Anything we've got Is hers. If France want a vice premd. nt In a hurry she can have ours. We're going to elect a new one, anyway, but even If Mr. Mat shall was the only one we had In sight even If we were diit, never going to get another one France could have him In a case, like this. We will never go hack on HI' Ol Francs. It Is figured it will he the last of July be fore the assembly can meet at Versailles and . led it vice president. It's too long to wait The delay might be fatal. If not positively an noying. Let Franc- take no chance, but accept Mr. Marshall and sleep night La Jour de glolre est arrive Kansas City Stat. TH1 I Ml, t Hi: Copyright. mj'V by Rdgar A c.ueat.) I'd rather be, a failure than the man who's never tried. I'd rather seek the mountain top than always stand !! Oh, let me hold some lofty dream and make my despetate fight, And though I fail. 1 still shall know I tried to serve the right The Idlers line the ways of life and they are quirk to sneer, They note the falling strength of man and greet It with a Jt I 1 Hut there Is something deep Inside which scoffers fall to view They never set the glom us dead the failure tiled to do. Some men there are who never leave the city's well worn streets. Thay never know the danger grim the bold adventurer BV ' tBj They never seek a better way nor serve a nobler plan. They never risk with failure to advance the cause of man. Oh, better 'Us to fall and fall in Borrow and despair, Than stand where all Is safe and sura and never face a care; Yes, stamp me with the fallure'a brand and let men sneer at me. For Bs I've falbd thi Lord shall know the nycn I tried to be. lso, the Professor 1 Margaret GarretTs c Husband l JANE PHKLPS "" CHAPTKR bXXVII. Bob Is Syinixilhotlc. Rob looked incredulously at me. 'The mirror broke, how did H happen ?" "My hairbrush slipped out of my band and broke it." I replied, con scious that I had blushed over the telling. "That's queer! Rut It la fortunate that you weren't badly hurt. Did you have .1 doctor'" "No, Indeed! that would have been too silly. Delia did what was net essary for me. I shall be all right In a day or two, although It does ache pretty badly." room. I knew Rob's father and mother had done the same. Was It a sign he didn't care for me because he wanted hts own room? I knew! that many people, marrJfd people, occupied separate rooirnlr or single belts In the satire rnom hut t mIu-ovw ' had supposed they weren't happy to gether. My hand ached. I felt feverish: and I couldn't go to Bleep. Truly Hob had not appeared very much Intercated when I asked him about that Chicago authoress. Yet he had seemed so attracted, so gay when he talked to her. Somohow I waa uneasy. I certainly mtist do something to keep Hob at home. To I waited until we were at dinner before I ' said anything about thai Mf. night before. Then 1 asked: alrabli friends poHsfble task, yet it wa one I must accomplish. There was no one to whom I could appeal; no one I 1 ouldak for ad vice. Mother always took Bob's part; and Klsie, dear, OftfOleOl crea ture, always laughed at my fore boding; and at my attempts to make Bob do as I wished. Wo tvere to play cards with the "Did you have a good time lat night!" "Yes. a very good time. In fad. thB time passed, so fiat I did not realize that I would miss my train ttnttl too late." "Where did you go?" "To the Castor." "Was It a stag party?" "No." "Oh, do tell me all about It. who was there?" pretending an Interest I In no wise felt. Oh. Blttier and his wife, Kendall and Creetlniort and two or three ladies to make an even number." his tone wa studiously careless, but I Imagined I caught a note of anx iety "Who were the women? Anyone I know?" "Marlon Riggs and Maud War ren." "Oh. then you were the odd man'" Raldwlns the 1 would see what I could do. ilut I had not much faith. I had b. en disappointed too many times. But neither would I give up. My home was all the world to me; Bob was my king I must be happy, and he must do as I wished to make me so. Queer reasoning, do you think'.' Perhaps you who read never have loved with a selfish, absorbing love that desired nothing but the same kind of love In return. Tomorrow Bob Meets Marlon "No. John Kendall brought a guest with him." Klggs "A lady?" "Year" "What WM her name." "Will you ever learn that It an noys me to be questioned. Mar garet?" It was an authoress from Chicago. We are publishing her work." "Did you know her before last night?" "I had met her. yes." "What was her name? Yrm haven't told me " 'What difference does "k name make Hers was Deveroux. I believe If you weren't su- h a foolish woman you would have been Invited. As long as you care nothing about Join ing us I don I quite see the reason for all this Interest." "You were there. Isn't that rea son enough V Hob made some careless reply, and we talked of other things Well, he hadn't Med to me. I thought, he had made no secret of that woman's presence, and had even Intimated that bad I gone she would not have been there Surely 1 had nothing to worry about. I was taking the right course, and before long Bob would see tlungB In their true light, would 1 call;" that he, his time belonged to me. "You look as If you hadn't lit pi at all." he said after dinner "You battel g" right to bed. I'm going aa soon as I read the paper." I was really worn nut, and gladly followed his suggestion. 1 was at ill awake when he t ame up. "Don't you want to come and talk with me a little while?" I asked, hoping to delay him. "I'm so sleepy." he answered with a prodigious yawn. "I shou.d fall alsnqi and without an thi 1 word he 1 losed his door, and after a few moments all movement in his room ceased and I knew he wa in bed. 1 had not yet become accustomed to being alone at night; had not erased to feel chagrined that Hob should desire to be away from ma. It s rued in tt way unnatural Fath Hinges have been Invented to per mit the blades of large electric cell ing fans to be Inclined at desired an gles or folded out of the pray w-hen the fans are idle for long periods er and mother were old-fashioned unit had always occupied the same Is a Great Ventriloquist Abe Martin H,wny fr"'n ,hr,!"1 un1"- aeemed almost an im Hoover Is like a lot o' other peo ple he was goin' big till he talked. Bosko Moon uotd t' be a workln man. but now he's" got a trade. next night. After that An electrb ally heated mattress for pneumonia patients that an I'nglish doctor has Invented has no heat ai the top, a moderate quanlty in the middle and the maximum amount at the foot. Mastc Is -W IJcW The Young Lady Across the IV ay aKPc2X 11 LA bssential B Music Out of Now Pianos MSB and I'p. The young lady across the way says she supposes every young base ball plaer in the minors hopes to work up into the bush losgu.es some day. The Horoscope "Th tra Inelln but do not. rompal " Friday. .Inly 2.1, 1920. This la an uncertain day, accord ing to astrology, for conflicting In fluences disturb the earth. While Mais. Venu and Neptune are m malefic aspect, Jupiter, Saturn and Mercury, the seers declare, making for clashes with men who beat arms. Kurope will continue subject to a swSy making for grave In t cona tion il problems, but the UnMkJ States will have anxieties nearer home than far off countries that are subject to sinister rule of stars BK well as of men. fireat dralns'on public funds will mark the autumn when there will be many extreme demands on the tsVtsurles of states as well as on national appropriations. Women are warned of the dan ger of Indulging in nerves, for there is an aspect that seems to presaif., great Increase of maladies of the brain. The stars are read as Inclining both men and women to overwork, scattering their energies where they should cotiBerve strength. After the war's awakening to the universal brotherhood Ideal the reaction that "has been evident will subside gradually during the next six months. Mars rising In Libra at this time Is said to foreshadow a disorderly state of the country, chaotic thought being reflected In futile aels. New discovery in method of treatment for the insane are ( A-e-told Occultists ray (hat unaven entitles bf pfejl on the human mind will he recognized by men of science. Money will oontlntie to rule the world with an access of power. Revolutionary forces will be at work. It Is sgnln propheBled. Persons whose blrthdate It Is have the augury of a year In which some anxiety enters, but It should be merely a spur to extreme effort. Children born on this day may be endowed with fine mental pow ers, but their personal charm may lend them into wasting time In so clsl reaction. loYerrtjtit. roe hf thf MrCltw Nera'atw SrMloxt I Bennies' Notebook I' was thinking about doing my hoamwerk and pop was reeding the spoartlni. page with a unsatisfied Ixpresslon and I sod. rj pop. 1 0 yourself, sod pop. "J 1 certeny am lucky, pop, Im lucky as anything' I setf Sure you are, sed pop, yonre the luckiest boy In the world, arent you the ony boy thats got me for a father ? Well I dont meen that, pop, I meen I bin lucky lately, I sed. If I told you I fell 3 stories this morn ing and never even hert myself would you bleeve It. pop0 I would not. and you better not tell me, either, sed pop. Ive had enuff of your lxaggeratlnn That .tint eny ix tggeratlon.' pnpi fell 3 stones and never even hert myself, and I bet I could fall 4 and not f.el II either, pop, I ed. wats you stmt to bet. pop? Do you wunt a wlpplng. how dare you lie In cold blud in that manner? sed pop. and I sed. I alnt lying in eny cold blud. pop. do you wunt to know how I did II. pop? I was reetehlng for sumthlng and I couldn't reetch It. so I put !t books on top of each other and stood on them and lost my hallents and Jell off and never oven hert myself, and the 3 stories was Fred Feor not In a Aireoplane. Errnund the World In R" Days, and Fred Feer not With the Savidges in the Jun gel Well III be darned, sed pop. Yes sir. I sed. Have you got any homework to do sed pop. Yes sir. I sed. 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