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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1921
T ruhiuhct r.imy Mi.tmtiK In yi"l7 nv thk world irnusiiiNc; co. l.nlMtil in il,. T'.l .If. a-find 1 if"",r Vm5MIII.II (IP Al tllT lit It I . A I OK fill' I'lATlOM MliMlthltfl UV Illl. A ATI.U l'l,.KH,'l ,h, Th. Awnrl.lM I'rr.. 1..-.-.-IX '" "A, 'i n ll for ImiMI.h , ' in n ,ll..t h ""V'' (h. It er nut nihrroia. rr.1li..t In UiU rl''. pcI i"i ptilltti-,t hsr.in - . - - HUMirmi'TIO.V F.ATK," B MA'I.. IN U'VASCB. DAII.T AMI SUNIMT, IHII.T OXI.T. ! 'r Mr .. 'J,B M months I 10 n irfcstn" n Thru, months. ., i hr months i 'it mlnlh ,nr month . KIINDAT ONLY. . On month.. lie tlX iARHIICH IN OUllf TOWNi. ef WfoN ...I .1' .11 fr month, In HArr. , l 't ym In rliiiD ... III lUUnll.R IN Tl I. HI'HINOH AMI) IIKIl I'OMK, IJAII.T AND AUNOAT. Cr o..h . ;; 1't ni'.nlh in nln. it to Hlrm fn Ufw. ... ' -" . J'Moni; m o inn Ai ",:l'I!JMf UlS-a Jm Hiblknr. Quotation March IT. liurn hnt thou gleaned today ?- Ilulli II. 13. What have I learnt whet e'er I've been, I'rom nil I ir heard from nil I'vr nfii' What know I mini' tluitV worth the knowing? What have I ili.nr that' worth the doing? What have I sought Dint I should hun? What ilutlri havo I left 1111110110? t Pythagoras. ax i.vrimitsTr.vc u.vpi,iti.Mi:.vr. Thr rtujasnmoiits nnd nceotnmodatlnns entered Intn liy iliii Presbyterian and .Methodist churches rrlallin to the. conduct of T11N1 CnlvorMty eon pillule mi experiment that will be watched with I If greatest Intel rut. If It prove In lie a nur 1 fnnflll experiment, If the event show tlint It In practical to conduct an Itifltiutlnu of leu rultiK dovnled Id Christian pi Itir-lplen tliroiidh 11 iluul arrangement audi n hn been worked nut In thh otmejllhu lilou In rcrtirin to irrml. tlncituni) It iloru recnrtiilr.r iprlnln ccnnnmli- law Hint arc coiiBlnnlly m'krIhk tor ri'cnKiillUm In tuilli rdii ratlannl nml ioIIrIihu nffitlif. Anil llif-ro nppcnrn nn rninuii why thf nrrniiRp tnpnt Klioulcl not pnivo prnrtlrnhlr;, iiiiIohh oiip ifCDKiilzrH tho pioihmiohh of hiiniiin iwittirn In rxnll priiln nml iiiiiKilfy prrjuillorti, It wu ovl tlnnt that ttvn hlRhrr InntltutlonH of tout-nine rolilil not hp crilulillifhMl In Tillmi wllhniit one or tho oilier HUMcrlng nerlnusly for lat-U of noiirlnli mcnt, onil the likelihood was that hoth would Miffor. Tic I'ronliytnrlnn lunti tiitlon wim hero, hut not' 11 Ri'ont nuccem. Vet II did ni'r.upy the Holil, wim ii- koIiib concorn with iilant nml equipment. Tim Melhaillirt Institution hud liccn clorldeil on. A'o think It veryitntifh to tlr credit of nil eon. ecrnctl that thorp followed 11 uliicern effort to reconello tho omlmrrnltiR illfferrncpn In nuch n way tliuf hoth ilcnnmltntto;in inlght ho ud eqiiatcly ncrveil nnrl Ttllfa ntlll bo nfforiloil nn oiiportunlty lo rciillzo hn ntnbltlon In powpun n tinlvorolly that would brlnj; IiIkIiit ctturatlnnr to tlio doof of every h6ino In tins irreitt nnd populoiin ncctlon. Tho plan tloWncfl Js unhitio mi'fnr nu Amerloa It concerned, llu It I not Impractical unlcmi It proven no, lly that wo m'enn tliatk It l not nccesiarlly Imprnrtlcat. Tho World nlncerely liopcn thut It will prove oven moro of n imccpnn than Hh crcatnrn hope ftir, and that Tulsa uu,i vorlly will not only ipcedlly heromo a went In nlltutloii of Ir 11 r iiln K with 11 I a run xtudent hotly, hut that It will iiIhii oxomiillfy In n powerful way I ho full iiosnlhllltlcM of toloranco and freedom from the restrlctliiR effects of denominational nreed and tilnolry. If nuch In tho eonneiitmnce, and who will daro nay It inaynot ho reawnfiihly anticipated? (he fame, of Tulsa university will npread throughout tho hind and tho reputation of thono who participated In the conference of recent inontliH which miulo II posslhle, will ho neoure. tiii: i.Ktiio.v a.vi ns cumcs. Many arc rUlnir lo crlllcUe tho American lesion. TheBPiieral purport of thoiiu crltlelnmw In that the IcrIoii In laklntf Itpelf too nerloiiHly, nasiiiiiliifr too much and la hy tho way of making Itnelf offciiflvc If lt avoids niaklui; ridic ulous, an even wnrfo fale than helnir considered offensive. There I cited the varloim lustnnccH where the lcRlon hun prruumed to take the law In Its hiindi, not nchle. an It were, eonntltutlonitl rlKhtn, and adjourn the eourln and their tr&iil procennoH while It proceedul to art nn jtidRe, Jury nnd executioner. The nonpartisan louguo Incident In KnniMH In cited. "What nrn the llmll and whero will thlnvor Kanlzallon end?" nnk one critic. .ThafB easy It will end In the h'ulon hecom Inc a conorvatlo and conxti uotlvo oi'Knult tlon. Ilccaii'Hi the Hdvanclnj; jenm will nttmid lo that. Tho teuton, It Hhouhyi'V iimlcrntooil, In conpi""''l ft ouiik men Hllil directed hy' younc men. T He enthunlHim of (youth Ik our of j'outh'n greiltent virtue. Yet It doe on ocoanlnn heroine a vice. To take Itnelf very (erlnus If chnrnctcrlntlr of yotiih. 'It lit not nurprUinK. therefore, tlmt lliix great orRanlzatlon 'compoted of ynunit men nhould fcel.lts rcspoiiHlblltllef, nor that It should alarm other people hy I he apparent rdlonlWm mnnl fcHted fi.nt In one dlre Hon and then another Hut there la really no ilnnser. , Hvery rar makf.s 1 lint oiciiilirrnhtp not only older, but wifrr nnd .f nunder Judgment. Hnd Icallum It) an natural to the young man an con aervutlsin In . eitalnly a harai terUtlc of the older man. In a niton time ii1P loBlon will look back on some of Its propoaI and effort with n tleffrce pf embnrruwmeni, for It will then he composed of mature men mature both In fx perlenco ontl ycars,fiom whence sprlns Judg ment that 1 sound nnd conmruotlve. . y ..: f I'remler Woyd eorRe limlM that floi-many will chann'ft lt mind. Probably. uut i,ich direction? And npenklnjf of darp-dru a Mipres the Itun&cr wun, that wants to marry t. iara. ( ()I.()MIII AMI I'l.TllOl.l I M I ll.di usfin? K' me objrc'tlonn tllfi'li i ihe p i"l IriK lii.iiv of eiini'lllntlon Willi Columbia, the CI1I1 ng Tribune ; ' H' liator llornh and other doiihllnn Thom iisph ore ini lined to adopt the oil hypothenl 1.1 explnnnllon niiinher I In re the propnted t Dlr in lii trnly. That i not (on(linto nnHln-tt the trenly. If n payment of 125,000,000 to the prenrttt Coonihla Rortntitent will Innure rontrol of valimble oil renoltrcee, It oilKlit not to bo opponed, provided two condition- are met. Kind, the treaty should provide for Rtiar nntfu nttnlnnl Urn wltlidriiual nf JHir rlRht after the pnyinent him been made nlnl dlte"ileil. Wlmt the prenenl (Jnvernment tnf mlRbt be soon takin nuv by lie huc eetMor. Thtm vtf nhnulil have .iiothlttK for our money-hut nn Interuallonnl Inuault or it font In the Colombian puddle. Heehtnl. If Die imHnn'a money In to hr paid for oil eonrelon. what la the nation to ft for If UV inn linriBlni, than nn arrangement mlRht bo ttiHiln with Colombia nnd with Ainetlean oil interest undr which Ainnr lian rapllnl t mild Ko into Colombia lo de velop It oil teouree. out Koerriment re wrtlnir terlnln rlRhtii and hnrRltiic the prHnlr (ompnnle Ntittleleni rent or per centage 10 Junllfy II use of public money for the payment of the twenty.flve million If a project of till noil pi tinder way. we hello objection w III reanc, ptovlded, of cotirne. tlmt a fair lirnaln I nep;otlatei and proper Hitaranteeit conlrlveil. II Uiertalnly hllily denlrahte thai the tionnlbllltlen of the ColoinblHii oil renourren be brotlRbt within our Influence. Wo do not mint them lo ko lo our rlnl. Llttbf fault can be found with lb, It reueonlnir, mil II would Ini vii lnli more in tho point had be eleemed Tribunti illni'Uil the tre.lly offer id nnd not the treaty that niljjlil be ntC'eptable. Certainly we do not want rival nations to ac ipllre pelrolehm dip(iltn on the wentrrn hcrnl pbeic. The Tribune drive to the very heart of the matter when It iinke." "What lathe nation lo Kct for It?." meanlnx tho IJS.non.noo paid Colombia. The mlnnrlty report of tho foreign relation committee, nIriiciI hy S'ttatorn LoiIro, .McCuinbor, I lorn h, l)raiidccn nnd l'all, ntatcs precisely t,he nlluatlon whon It tmld: "What doe tho United fitatps tccolve for till viiet dtim? Abwiluteiy iiothlm;, ellher eorporoiil or1 Incorporeal. Uolomhla RratitH nothltiK, part with nothing ho posatxHc." I'onm which the mlnnrlty draw I thin con-. clUdlon: "Wo cailfiot afford to purrliaso cordial telatloiiH wllh any cimntry. Wo cannot af ford to nnmvcr a black'mall demand. ,()uco rexpond lu 'sucli 11 .demand nnd we nhall be held up for every fancied wrong by other miuntrlen," " Thu It nlll be eeen that tho Tribune ills ouwilon I not relative to tho treaty, hut to an hypothetical treaty might bo acceptable. And all lite while It la tho pndltiR treaty 'that la before tho H'nato and the country. -y . .MAIUK OP ItU.MAMA. .Marie, nuecn of the Huiniiiilans, cnmlnK to vlult t.'ncle Sam. Sho say ho I dealrou of eelhR all from cowboy to cold mlnea: even I curious to wltneea our moving plrttiro Inborn. torle whero tho iiicenn of tho acrecn receive more Rold for nn occasional iluy' work than real riueeii of the old world receive per nrj,num. And there uccinn to bo no way of preventing bet; visit. -Tho great republic of the west I fast becoming the playground for royalty Hlnce the conviction ' became general that tho great republic boa money ami material prosperity In abundance. Would It be ungracious to suggest thm tho motlvo of thoho vlslta Is not to study our methods for the purpose of emulation, hut to establish a connection whereby loans' m.ly be contracted? Kven If ungracious, we nlust be permitted to make the observation, for we think It the nlmple truth. If I'nclc Ham permit himself to give car too iinreservi)dly.' ho will presently find himself ub tddizlng loitering throne nml upholding the dig. nlty of decaying house 'of royalty lu every cor ner of U10 world. That U the meaning of the by-play. Why' not say no boldly? Oklahoma politics aru notoriously weird and grotesque, hut nothing mure rldlculou ha oven occurred thun jjllrd Mctjulre'a chargo to Senator ltarreld that "money In being ueed to secure the appointment of .1. (ieorgo Wright an Indian cotnmlssltiner." Mr. Wright' long aervlco In tho Indian department I the simple reputation of a man who could neither he bought or bull dozed, while McOulre'w reputation Is what It Is! Naturally .ollulro would oppose tho appoint ment of a man of Wright' atandlng and reputa tion, a compliment to Wright and his friends. Hecnuso his eraes were rejected and ridi culed, a California poet committed tmlclde. Thin may be one way out of tho edltnr'n difficulties with pool at this season of the year. iCopyrltfht. 1921, by Kdgftr A. due!.) 'The Hot l(ie(l Men. It Isn't all In getting rich, It Isn't all in win. nlng fame, A bigger thing than victory I how you've tried to play the game: Hucceo I, keeping faith with men and stnnd. log true to whnt ls best, And finding Joy lu humble things and being fit for every test. Tho good man need not come to wealth nor need he ilao to world renown, Not often Is the richest man tho bcrt-Iovcd iltlicn in town. Vou II find be walk In humble ways and modest Is the garb he wears, And on IiIm hai k from day to day life piles a multitude of cares. lit glory is k generous heart, n voice that cniTle hope and cheer, A wllllngneiH tn do his work", a wish to be of ser Ice here; He ask no faored place from life, nor shirks .the hardship;! In his way, Hut meet all men with bend erect and plays the friend irom day to day. The best loed man lu nny town I hontst, inaily, brave and true. Sharing his ll. -with all who live, doing what work be fltidit to do. He ma not , limb the height of fame nor come to tnaauri s g. Ulin fee tun he is still a ountcd great n all tiod asks a man hi bo Oklahoma Outbursts iir huh i.oiito.v. Tii1h Rrnnd opera fan are belnnlnir t tune up. 80 fnr as we n ee at this tlletance, the ,rd lnrrrr'"' h"" ""l ',t'v,'l"l";'1 ""y gubernatorial ?,!'''.",J.".'',''' m,v" ,o rimi vmn i.tiI2? .1 ' H r,,rl" frt'iiketl tongreloni lettem a thn noapel truth. ...milTJ.i" "ny nn n!"m'y M wdlgbn five i 1iJ.n,iflu"?;v ,I"M." """"y '1""K that kla Jaks Ilamon KslVn hltn weighed? Mr. (JoethHl s vlrtt to Tulmi ttiiiy wttlo' Ihe water nctl.m but It mil Iw.vo th7 orreet pronunciation f ).h imiii ,an lo argument. iiJ'"!i ir,ll,Ri ,Ar'iMOr" h"" revived "lit cecdr IT,,. 1 t1lnt factor In our nilmliml jurO prudenee. Kor many yeor Okl.ihumn. ha been rather eay with 'acceavairle." ""-"" Mttskojre'n ehamber of comtnerr ha nrnn- ,, L 1 (lo"H ""no. however that uXZ,2lZ ,mve "'" l,""f 1K'it,n mm... . . i""'"'o 01 a iw vora woman. My 1 i,t mv im ..t y forwarding to the New yrk govern r ni.i. noma's pardoning ayatem? traffic? "W " fw ltWM !P 1,,,l'' n?r?Tr, ""''".r1"0" " MUoted n. avmg tm. It be, ,, ! :.' T'1' "' "ml .'""K"" leglMati..,, hi, I. '",roil,lt"l "t Hie present session of hoo.l "Kub1t!!rC !" n,,y -,nSm . Ink .,hp ll'Klslature has shown prop.r onsldcrntlon for dome of his suggestion. 1 Barometer of Public Opinion ,.. .. '"I"' Colombian Treaty. ';?.lor .V1nrl!,.:, Vlre ' "" J""t word or two. .he Colombla-I'anama deal hn b.i 11 K. bono In the throat of tin- nation for manv year which wo havo neither been able to swallow down or cough up. If we had be u able to swallow It we could never dlged it the world, hence tho only Ihlni to do 1 to cough up and pay Columbia liberally without further delay and the Ichs M, about 1; the better 'for nil concerned. iapulpa, .March 15t w.M. M. JKNKINS. 'I lie Water notion, l.dltor World: Through tho II. O. I'. O. per mit mo to commend you on the edltorl.il n the -.March 2 Ismuu of your loyal paper headed the water ltuatlon. It I really provoking to cmnmonco that old Khell Creek tuff again when even 11 t0-ycar-old school boy can figure out tho water supply that Shell Creek inn rurnlsh, even In tho wet weather season, ruder tho Hubbard administration the engineer' re port allowed something like L'S square mile of A'atcr shed av.illablo In tho Shell Creek project. mm nmiauiin was wen conn oven am fn Iv decided that thero was not an adequate water I iiippiy 10 00 nan in Siltell CreeK. Now, two ,-e.irs hence, wo neo headlines In the papers. Shell Creek Han Plenty of Water for Tuls.i " Una Shell Creek Increased hnr water shed nro.i jr ha Tulna debreascd In population? Well iinough If Mr. I'ago want to do hi part In helping Tulsa solvo her water problem, but vlth Shell Creek wnter flowing through our nialns would that stop the water wagon? I ibould say noj. Now Tulsa has fought the witer luevtlou for 10 years nnd every available souice tin been Ironed out thoroughly and thete I nothing short of Oraiul or Spavliutw or Illl lols rivets that will give Tul an adeiiuat" and pure, wholesome water supply. A properly owner and n purchaser of bottled n'lrr- A, J. M. Tulsa, Okla , March 3. " A Well Written Tlical. lMltor AVorlilg Will you allow a reader of "Oklahoma's flreatest Newspaper" a few lines In your column devoted to nubile onltilon? It seem to be the fashion of the day to pro- poiinii men a question as. Are wo American? and I take the liberty of communicating a few louw thought upon a subject often illseusW in your columns. In my opinion, Daniel 'Web ter gave a pretty good definition of what an American should bo. on July IT. 1SS0, he sub tnltted thin. "I shall know but one country. The ends I aim at Mhall be my country' niy woo n nun irutn. 1 was born an .American;, I live an American; I sh.MI die an American. 'I hi hold good today. Also let u recall what Itufus Choate aptly stated. "Wo Join ourselvea to no party that doea not carry the flag and keep step tn the music (f tho t'nlon. I'M Hard P. Noonan asks u question 'cV two In your valailblc paper, belittle our knowledge of yur own history, invokes the guidance of sovor.il American Immortals, and tella us final ly to collect the Interest Knglnud owe us and pay our soldier a bonus with same. Why Hngland nlono? It would cem that peraon ally he hate Kngland. We are being told practically the same thing by the ltuua In this country. I'rom Mr. Noonau' train of thought (?) one would possibl Infer that he was a member of the .army in the late war and would expect a premium on hla service and want Kngland to pay for tl. 1'erHonally, I never uut any premium on what time I spent lu tho aervlco during the late war. Not long, merely from .May 1, 1I7, until April I. !9tt). (lod forbid that any real patriot should measure what little he did for hi country In filthy lucre. Kor your information, though, I wisji to state that I wa born 1 if this country, as wore my forefathers fnr the past two hundrvd year. Uccnuic wc ate liberty lover, It doe not mean that we ehould meddle In another nation's domestic probleniK and recognize as a duly organized republic one of Its political possession, or encourage rebellion. This Is nut one of our nlmw. Tho trouble Is, thero arc some here who are attempting to ralfo a tower of license bv the side of our Anierkan temple of llbcrtv. They tell us our Ideal havo changed ' and apeak of Intolercnee. This danger against which the perpetually warn us I nothing but 1 an .Ignua fatuus of their own drivelling imagi nation. What we need more than any other thing In our midst I a homogeneous pnpuia tlon following In tho footstep of Webster. It doe, not come wtthln my province to expatiate upon the consequence of many of our m reus remaining hyphens. This hphen buwlnei" Is dangerous to our- welfare and those who would foist upon u the doctrine that we should give aid unil comfort to Sinn Koln or tot give the Hun. inut be content to Inherit the honois of that Athenian lawgiver whose odicw me Hiippo.sed to hae been written In blood, not Ink There I nothing the matter with Amotion It I the greatest country In tho world. tu' mischief- arise from want of harmou Th histoty ft all ages teems with the fatal effort of Internal db'ord. Kvery schoolboy mn refei u to the fable of the rods, which, when united In a bundle, no strength could bend but when seperatcd Into single twigs, a ihtld could break with case. The beat thing we can do Is tor all to think alike, have nu point, of the compile on the chart of our patriotism nnd mind our own Imalm'sWa. Quoth President Harding: "Confident of out) ability to work out our own destiny and Jealously guarding our right to do ho. we aeck no part In directing the destinies of the old world." Let's barken1 to till timely adxlce. ime or ttie le.ys that went li. 1' IMIUh'll A, K. V. 1505DC:. ?to s Main TUifn I Tclephune Ujku IIS3. I WHERE HE WILL ICflpjrrtfkl! 163! The Woman Who Loved-and Hy ,IANi; I'llHJ.I'S A .MUUI ItN hTUHV Of JIO.MK AND CIIAI'TKH ..1I. After. Mary weht I stood by the I wished jutt could have been with I me. ICvcrythlng tasted so good, j "Did you have 11 nlco time nt the concert?" , I window and watched for Itobort. I thought of hi depression, and won iiered Idly if Mary could be right- "Wonderful! What 'a xolre thai man has. It's great lo be able to glv0 so many people pleasure isn't It? vHo'a so generous with his en cores also. Vou must go aud hear him the next time he sing." Unh urt was passionately fond of music. I used to tell him he should have been a mualclan ho loved It so. "We'll eh together next time," I replied quietly, a queer little Jealous feeling tugging at my heart. He had enjoyed himself so thoroughly, and with someone else. "Vou mean wo will if we can uf ford It. The tickets are ptetty ex pensive. Marlon wero sent her by a friend of her father. Bully scats too, right down fro,nt, on tho aisle," "Well don't you think wo better go to bed?" "I expect wc had. I'm not a bit Mary, and the wrltir or that stor). I Hhriigged Impatelently. Surely no one could expect a woman c.tiplug a much a I did to throw up her position and grub along on half thu amount because u man wanted, a home, or wa tired of hoarding house cooking. That wa too child ish. I must have a long talk with Itobort. I itoijilctl. ,If he were am bitious and wo an veil we had no! yet wived much of anything my clothe took the gi cater part of what I earned: o would havo a home after a few year. Hut If he lost hi ambition, let the other men In tho office outstrip him. we never could havo a homo not a decent one. I had Just arrlxcd at this point In my cogitation when I raw him swinging up the an cot. I breathed a sigh of relief a I saw how brisk ly he walked. lie had not been drinking. SUM up! why didn't you go to bed?" hi- asked when he came In. I had seated ipycelf with the mag azine. Some wa I did not want him to catch me watching for him. Mary has been down. She read sleepy," he air he had heard. "You must get your rest. You can't work if you do not. and I do.n'i want them to put any more of the clerks oer you." 1 had hot meant to say anything of thoaort; It Ju. slipped out. When 1 sawMilm flush I 1 felt terribly sorry, and changed tho subject, rather I tried to. "They advance the orto they think most capable -who gets them tho most business." he returned moodily: the happy light gone from his eyes, his voice hard and cold. "Well you must be that one," I replied, then hurried him to bid so that he would not talk of anything dlwagreeable. Hut long after he slept I thought or him and Marlon Hovey. enjoying the concert' together while I sat m home, and wondered If Hubert were beginning to lose hla love for me. "He wouldn't have done It when we wore first married,',' I whispered, 'and I am Just the tamo-a I was then." That he expected mo to bo any different as a wife I did not Imagine. He loved mo before we were married . why should his low change afterward when condition t were Just the same' To He Continued. aloud to me 'I'm glad you were'nt alone," he MsM'd inf. "I railed the Mhup, but they said you had left. I met Marion and she had two ticket for John McCorniack concert tonight. Her brother was. going with her. but he had to go back to the school for some reason, aud shu had no cr.oort. Sho offered to give me tho ticket. TJiat was when I culled you up. When I couldn't get you 1 proposed 'wo co together. Then she Insisted I go home to dinner with her you see I never know when you will gel homey' he added apologetically, "so 1 hurried homo, here nnd ehnnged then went up thero to dinner, A dandy one too. The Young Lady y Across the Way Kenny's l's fellow wai playing leader for dorsey and wc wa all Jumping over . tho fire plug without touching with I our hand, and Skinny .Martin loat ' his balk-nt and landed on hi nose, and It started lo bleed like enythlng, and kepp on' l.ke everything us fellow suylng. Wo'll take you home, Skinny, well take you home, don't you worry Skinny, we;il take sou home. Aw hcik, I can go homo by my- I e)f, it alnt the' ferst bluddy noso ! Ive had. Tied Skinny. Ony us fel- ' low Htartod to take him homo eny-'t way tm account of making it look ' more Important, and Skinny kepp hi handkerchief up to his noso say ing, O, my mother 1 nervlss as tho doot-e. she'll think something fcarsu i mo maiicr- 1 Well Ci. sonto of us fellow better go nnd brake tho news to her so , sho wont be scared, I sed, Wlch me and Lcroy Shoostcr ran ahead to 1 do llko a committee of 2, ringing 1 Hklnneys doorbell and wen Mth. ( Martin opened the door 1 sod. Is I Pklnny In? 1 No, he's not. Bed Mrs. Martin.- 1 Well ho soon will be. bed Lcroy 1 Shoostcr ,i W.v. w-iit do you nicen,how do'i you know? sed Mm, Martin. Helng ' a nervlss looking skinny lady bur1 not a aklnny as Skinny, and I ed. Now dont get worried. Mrs. Martin, It all rite, ynull see him in a mln ! 11 It , he's no wares necr ded, He ll live a lonk wllo yet, sod Io. roy Shoostcr. 1 O my goodnlss, deer me, O hcv Ins wain happened'' ed Mr. Mar tin all Uclttxl. ,wieh jest then skinny 1 The Immigration question Is indeed 1 great problem remarked tho young ,ul acrns the way thoughtfully . adding that she sawn by the paper that the rural district of Ohio tiro iwc EtotKia w.ih Mongolian phca. unia. BE WATTING FOR US t 11 Tk. Chfc TrUmM.1 Earned HCSINIWS Abe Martin commenced to hum an' Mr. Winsor Kale- undo JalLat Munch-, lndtanny. but Mimcle. AVI10 remember when a! Hindi force os to carry the day T couple started right In f go V seed prevent anything; llko lawlessness H after th' weddln'? j bride and groom wero bound L I gether back to back and tho young canto up with the rct-t of tho fel low all errouud him llko a big nxsldcnt. saying, Im all rite, ma, i only got another bluddy nose. Well If that all y ouve go its not all youre going to get, blceyo me, how dare you frighten me like that 7 ed Mm Martin. And she gave him a fearse push In the house and slammed the door, and 11 waited a wile to ee if we any nolso llko .1 licking, cotildnt. ' Hooks Added to Library. p.rll tn Tho Worl.l. KINUKISHKH. March 18. A big donation of valuable books was made to Kingfisher college by C. P. Wlek mtller, who ha been collectlfig books for many year. valuable book .were In tho col- oats 02. Ho says that barley tnafc- lection. Xhe books wero given good horse, cow, hog and chliken to the rollego for use by I feed, wherea the oats aro mnlnH col go ha tho largest library In the horse feed. Ho is planting twoa n ouiity. 1 of barley ,tn ono of oata this year Irfit You Ktrget -firmt Opfrn, March 'I ana :J. ffv&ic Is Essential Make Your Money Count Notebook Have Music in Yoiir Home Thousands now.iiavo home who tlioughl they couldn't afford a piano or player piano. Month after month and year nfter year tho mohc,y went and theyihad nothing to show for It. Then they' learned of tho Jenkins Plan and how to MAKH THEIR MONEY COUNT, You, too, can havo muslo In your hoVne. Let us explain tho workings of Jenkins Plan how It- protects you Haves you money how It MAKES YOl,'R MONEY COUNT. If yon can't rail wrllo for Kree. Hooklet. "THE JENKINS PLAN" Slolmwiy unit Oilier Planus About Town and in Hotel Lobbies Wb hlta Kails I follow 1 . tootstepa of Tulsa in m than one, declared lltttf h son, vice president nnd gem ngcr of the chamber of of th.it Toxa oil town vh usilng the project of 'I sleeper ncrvleo bet ween T11. hl Hi yesterdliy. TIiik Harrlnon's first visit to the ltv of the southwest, and . brllcf that Tulsa ha In no .- ivcr prcH'ngented; lnd d. h llte that Wichita Knlls bi wisely lu patterning Us ili .. after thoee of Tulna. In lb cr of growth, Mr. Haul .0 The fact that here, too. Kali I emulating Tulsa, tl. town of S.UOfl Inhahltair grown to It last census pi.p f 10,079 lnco 1910. and that Ing town 1 further Reeking It deatlnllle after thuso of T . nee king to build upon a 1 1 1 suro a civli un.l convnunlt f Ion as Tulsa I111 dono. The UoroHcopc Tho tr Incllns tail ta not comrl " ICpt. till ItcClur Nawatatr Bn I- ThitrMlay. March 17, UK! I. This is read a nn uihi-'I. Im ky day Men ury. Venn a a t'ranu are In strongly benefe a pert, while the aim alone I ad This 1 a planetary government h 1 ! to be aiisplclollM for tln aspiration of those who celebrate tho da., 11 memory of a patron audit. Mercury seem to promise fr.'-nrt lines and aid from the in ess 1 the ideal of liberty and Indip' "' ence. It I a Hway under which en. e nglng messages should bo tinnn ted and coveted promises should if made. Contract slgmd during this should bo fortunate, espocialb 1. they havo to do with tho thc.it Actor and actresses ahould bcneri Although the stnra atlmula'p n't who dream of liberty to great a tlvlty, tho ,iun I In un aspect most forbidding and presage nuprit-. opposition from persons who wMd power. It is not a fnvortible rule unlr uhleh to reek employment and t most disappointingly fnr all who at ply for political appointments. Venn give encouragement to ni the plan of women who tiro (io gresslvo and seems to promise sli ces for Independent political an, I economy enterprise. Thl la a lucky wedding da making for sympathy and undc standing that Insuro happy n.ar rlagc. 1 Persons whoso blrthdate It Is ha- e 1 tho forecast of a aucccssful yea. 1 If they use care In business matters. 1 Travel nnd change nro forcshad 1 owed. Children born on tlils dny have tho augury of good fortuno all through life. They will attain their heart's deslr.es. CAVi: .MAN STt'PF IN CHINA. 7rooin Carried Off Hrlde Strapped on III Hack. "I.ah-bah." or tho "twelfth nmon iKlitli day'' I always lucky for mnr clages. Poor poopln of tho Aubul province lu China can bo suro of an auspicious day without going to 'lie expense of cqrisultltiK tho fortune lelleis. This year In tho town of I.luae chow there was a novel marriage I procession. A young man of . wanted his bride but her parents a'' 'said to have thought him too r' ' tor the girl and demanded a sum ' money which they thought wou'd lend In the match being broken f' i l'rlend suggested ho Hlipuld abd tho girl: so on thr nuspbie Is out o' 'eighth" he and a few friend wi still In 1 to the girl's homo and they were man marched off like the snail w 1)1 house chin 11 wife on his ha The girl had protested aho did n want to bo his wife and apparent sulked, but neirf day thing wo ' smoothed out by friends. "Hut wli He them back to back?" asked "Oh to stop the girl from sIour gllng." said n friend of tho groer In other word It wa cava mr stuff. North China Herald. follows could boor wlch we llarley a Pa j big Crop, .special to Tlie World. PONCA CITY, "March 16 Jlarie Is it better paying crop on tho fan ' than oats and also several otle crops, according to C. II.I'orncv. Kay coitnty farmer who lives ca of Htackwell. Ills barley mado Sdmo very , bushels per acre Inst year nnd 11 music in their STEINWAY and other pianos AEOLIAN-MADE player pianos GENUINE PIANOLAS Incomparable DUO-ARTS Osago 3133-3181 7 South Main Crlw. Ur.