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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1922
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f liiblc Thoughts for Toduu
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All A LI, HR MV 1'I.OI'l.K -They ahull be my
rTKpl. anil 1 will i their (Inrl: mtfl I will glvo
IS am ona baarc. an. I on way. that may fr ma
r&revar, for Ihu good nf tham, anil of thalr
jnildren nf-T them. Jeremiah 12:31, 19.
Wlist make th child nf Cloil assure agalnm
jSor and evil? I'sslm ltnn-U-O-10.
JA CAN OIII.MI! llltl-.lill VIUTIM5?
fpIIB supreme roiirt aitlon brought against Ihu
,y nlaetlon officials of Oklahoma county serves
tii call tha attention of (ha whole statu to the
prjetheds btlng employed hy tlm Walton-Hob-ertson-Nnglo
alliance In win the, gubernatorial
Jilr-ellon. Hero I nn nlctlnn official already
filiilnr Indictment for criminal prnellcr In tlio
rjrlmnry, inalnlalnril In pffloij In aplta nf thn
tacoi'il nnl over tlio prntant nf thuuiwiiilj of.
Booit cltlrone, luncllcln? fraudn nf thn mcut
pAlpalila kind. Tha apcflflcntlnna of thn com-
l.ilnt In tha aiiprrma court clrnrly liirtlrntn tha
nann Uiroimli wliluh U In purpopil to rtUtort
the will of tlio volrm of oktnhomn county.
'jThn qupallon Hint preffnlH llanlf to tho vol
rtfl of tlio nlnlo 1m t litis Can It lie reaxowihly
expcetoil that mon who will practice! auoh crltn
Innllty In order to unln authority will line Hint
aLthorlty after It hn ln-nn enlnod In n. vlrtuoua
iminiicr7 It a qnndldnto for lilh officii mtekn
in itttnln Hint officii throiiRli priirtlcca that vlo
Into tho vary fundamentals of iiopulur govern
mcnt, can Hint oandldnto Im trusted to nilmln
fslur honest Kovcrnmont In a Jimt manner nt
Wo subinlt t
tvbswer to cacti
thcr mlbmlt tli
Wo aulunlt that there la but one acceptable
li of tliMie llotitloim. And wo fur.
Iifit tha election prncttciM boInK
lu'dulRnd In by tho WaUon-ltobcrtnon-NnKlii
WoW In Oklahoma, county nro prrclaely what
jnlnlit bo oxopected of nny political movoment
which lijia from flmt to lam promised anything
aslted of It, and accepted ono platform dcnoni
ioillnK tlio present state administration cor
rupt nnd pk-tlRliiB prosecution of tho culprits,
ftnd another platform polntlnc with prldo to tho
uohlvvcmontH of the present stnta admliilotra
UT (licro in oven a Kinver coiidlllou In thn
public service than that pointed out In tin
petition of the
plulntlffs to Hie supremo court
-od In the attorilcy-senornl'A of-
rrimt Is discovered
,po uelilff lliea III (leirnii ilia eiet'iiuu uiwuuiin
fliiu-Rt'd with tbeso gravo dellmiuenclea nnd 10
coudono tho Illegal acts complained of,
j'Thero can bo no debate cnnrernlni; tho pur
poso of tlio offlco of nttornoy-Konornl. It wn
dTislnnoil to aid always In enforclnc tho laws of
tha tnti', In cffootlnc tho KuarnntcVs of tho
iijijnstltutlnn and In movlns; ngalnst tho violators
tot both one and tho, other,
f Hut In Oil oloctlon fraud cno In tlio capital
fwty, wo find tho attornoy-Keneral's legal utaff,
I t up directly by thn governor, being used not
Yo pro8culo, but to dufend n man already under
'fndlctment for election law vlolutlon of tho
worst character. Tho voters of Oklahoma nhould
jjbt fall to make mental noto of tho fact that
hi nttoriiey'genoral who Is thus Ioanln his
Authority to defend Instead of proseouto Is on
.nppolnUo of Clovcrnor ltoburtson and Is a can
Wdato for election. Tliero can bo tint ono rea
Pjnable explanation of tlitM Impudent ubverlon
uff the purpose" of an offlco oroated hy tho
people and maintained - tieni for their tiro
fttctton at rent co.; lliunurU -.
T la distinctly to the credit of the voter of
Oklnhoma City that they proceeded In this
erlsls. wherein their sovereign rights nro at
stake, with bacomliig selt-possewilou. They
have, gono Into tho lilghent court of tho etnts
nsklng It to take such action ns la neeeseury to
protect them In tbo exeralso of their sovereign
rights, to offcet unto them those guarantee"
of the constitution vitally esDcntlal to tlio real
ization ot popular government.
I A nl It Is of thn greatest Importnnce that tho
court shall demonstrate its efficacy In tho prcm
Imt f dlsrepct for our form of government ii
not to be widely extended and our cltlaeus made
to feel that they are not only Juntltlad In taking
"tbo law Into their own hands, but aro required
to do ao'ln order to protect themselves.
The reirUlmtlon period la limited. The hear
ing by Ui court should bo speedy, thorough
ami relief Instantly accorded. Otherwise tha
court will scarcely be abl to escape tho charge
tht It ftermlU mU to b uetl to aupport
orlmlnaJHy tu our election nyatam. Tor to dolay
the hearing or to tako such ft enso under ad
.vttsiient would ba to play the game of the
IdMMeabU Helny and the eiiuall despicable
ltulierlaon, Walton and I.lllard.
'rfje whole cltlsishlp ot Oklahoma, an lnslg.
nlflfBUt and coiitemiitlble minority excepted,
atands touarely behind the jietltloncrs. The
hlgifcat court lij the state U asked tu duo form
to give thla dtlienshlp, not only relief from' the
oltcHon crooks that are designing crime, but
protection against them In the future.
It, la a momontoua moment In tho history of
i:tmoi'i: and ouh tahht.
American citizens who aro uncertain con
cerning the value of the recently enabled tariff
iaw she jiii,o greatly riis'iured Iiy the attitude
of iaJ tiifl ,i ipowi statesmen ami diplomat.
C'.er tlinu t. . new titutt a ' Is tiwrouglily
r ,.ioi., tied
I or Ins .in e Ifiir flM'heln, flrrmrin foiclgn
1 1 1 1 1 1 : i-r of f.imiire, Is bitter In his lUnunrla
tlon of the American tariff policy. "It tlio United
States tl os not noetpt Iluropaan lnlutrlnl
proiliicls," he aays, "nho will loio IStirope
shortly as a buyer."
Anil If tha Unltad Male did accept ISuropeati
iDduAirlnl products Impartially, m 1 1 err Onthhln
would have tin do, we would mpeadlly Ira with
out an Industry nf our own, the Immediate and
painful conaeiuenra being closed manufactur
ing planta ovur where and millions of artisans
out of employment,
There In absolutely nothing naw In this iiummmiI
attack on the American tariff policy, meeptlm:
ih Injection of tha nViropran dent. This Is
being used asa lever to braak down the pro
lecllve wall which the republican party han
thrown about tha American inatki t.
"If you refuse to allow our tfoods to enter tho
American market w wilt not pay our debt,"
say tha foreign gentleman.
Very well lienor, nllpw' tha farelgn debt
to remain unpaid than to turn tha American
market over to tha unrestricted n of foreign
Industry with Its miserable wage standards.
That way lays Industrial rtlln and wreckage of
the worst kind.
It la a peculiar theory, tills that linUas a
creditor Allow tho debtor to tako profits ill
rertly from him ha will repudiate Ills Indebted
ness! However, It will he wall to roniember the
p resent Mtuatlon. It Is fairly apixueut from
the utterances of foreign an well nn ilnmeetli!
financiers that foreign war aoeurltles are not
safe, since they can only bo met by Intllotlng
greater damage upon the pulton,
When thn next fonilgn mlnelon comes to those
shorei begging loans fur ,war purpose, or any
other, lot un remind them ot the proven worth
lossnras ot such securities and keep our re
sources at home. It will be well, too, for the
nxerutlvo nnd the congress to bear the point In
mliid even now while considering tho Insistent
demand that further credits be extended ' for
olgn nation. ,
One thing I" certain: The American market
will bo reasonably preserved for tho uso and
benefit ot American manufacturer and wage
earners, despite the nhrloks ot nligulsh from
foreign statesmen or tha itmuagoitte utterances
of American holders of foreign securltlrn and
their henchmen In the democratic party.
Ono of America's mwt forcoful and effective
figures has passed. I.yman Abbott leaves his
footprints Indelibly etamped upon the sands of
hla time. Ilo was great In that respect which
engender no strife, ntite nfoot no controversies.
A great preacher, he win tinos(entatlous In tho
practice of thoso virtues he advocated. A great
editor, ha was acclaimed as such liccauiro ot his
generous nttltudn towards others and hla con
alatont policy ot supporting constructlvo under
takings Instead "of taking the roln of an Irro
A few ninntlis betoa his death Doctor Abbott
I im nod u bonk setting forth his conception of
truo Christianity and religion. Hlundlnc well
beyond tho tlirce-score(nnd-tmi mile post, with
his Ufa behind him, and rcajlzlng that ho was
facing tho curtain which M raised but onco
for every man and that nono have over oen
beyond whllo able to report to their fellows of
thli world, tin Hummed up his reflec(loni by
he statement that religion Is nnrncter.
Thls buck has solaced thousands and given
thorn a conception ot Christianity which makes
It vastly more worth while than tho myetlc
mummery of others who treat It an n supor
' natural manifestation ot occultism. Character
Is tl'e highest possible inaultostalloh ot material
Abbott succeeded Heecher. Who will suc
ANOTIIKIl NOTAUI.K OCCASION.
Tho actual beginning of construction work on
tho Tulsa Shrine temple, commemorated yoster
day with unliable ceremony, marks another
notable step In tho upward and onward march
ot this city to Its high destiny.
This magnificent utruuture, dedicated to tho
use ot ono ot tho greatest' frntornal organiza
tions tho world has ovor known, Is to be In nil
"especis chnrocterlstlo of that Tulsa which Is
at onco tho envy ot competitors and tho prldo
of Itn inhabitants.
And, n point woll worth rcmomberlng, the
beginning of this grent constructlvo work means
employment nnd prosperity for substantial re
cruits to our already considerable army ot cm
ployed which will carry over we'll Into the next
VOTKUS .MUST. lti:oiSTr.U.
There are many, hundred voters in tho city
of Tulsa who aro still without reglntrntlon cer
tificates. Only iliroo more d.iys of the regtstrn-
Copyright, V)2i. by Udgur A. Cluest,
The trees nro spending their treasure now,
Treasure ot KiKer and bronxo and gold,
Hlches nro falling from branch and bough.
Mote than the lap of the earth can hold.
Diiv by day through the busy year
The trees have lolled In the burning sun.
Hut now the end at their tlmo Is near.
The fioul has come and their work la done.
Hero Is a riot of luxury.
l.tvlsh and lovely and bright and gay,
A spendthrift now In tho hitmhlesi true,
riiiiglng the gold of its purse away.
Hplendor alts on the rising hills,
1 loamy emllos on the fields a tar.
A flood of tiensure the forest spills,
lllcher than cuius of a monarch lire,
fluttering leaves of bronzo nnd gold
(lleam In tho sun of tho shortening day
And thn trees, llko men who am gray nnd old,
Kcatter tho treasures of earth away.
"This you must do," thoy deem to say,
"This la our wny nnd thn way of mem
(lather your treasures from day to day,
Hut you must sutter them nil again."
Ion period rernatn. Those not reglatoYnd w.tfiln
that time will go votelcmi in November. It la
of prime Importance that ey ry mm and woman
iilherwlse entitled to a vote shall be registered,
(io 10 y .ur prei'liut registrar today and fully
qualify yourself to exen :o the highest right any
man or woman can possess, that of aiding In
appointing the governing agents ot your state.
Harmony and confidence marks the repub
licans at the Flrnt congressional district for the
first time In years. It Is gratifying to be ablo
to say this. Probably never before has the re
publican party In the Drat been united and
determined, and never before were tho signs ot
victory so numerous. The raptuuus embrace
went of roconetructlon-soelallst-Waltonlam by
Candidate Howard, nil of which Is In direct op
position to every material Interest of the Klrst.
haa turned thousands of loyui demorrata to the
Chairman linker, ot the shipping hoard, says
Onoral Dausherty la a greater law giver than
Moses, since Mwej only made tlm Ited flea dry
whereas tho nttorney.general by his drastic
ruling has made both great oceans dry.
1., OTIS LOlllON.
The girl on Houth Main says birthdays ore
Ilk meJes nnd mumps they will happen.
In all probability morality will not start on Its
upward swing until we can abolish some of
thtue vku presidents.
Old Hill Dlngley says he has always noticed
tnat It Is only the man who makes n fuas about
It who has his birthday remembered.
"Iowa girls win ribbons with calves they
raised," Is a heiulllno They wouldn't have had
n chance If the Tulsa girls had entorcd their
calves In competition.
Tho success nf tho Turks In their attompt to
wipe (Iroeco off the map probably meana that
we are going to havo morn rcstouranto and
candy Itltcherui In this country.
We are beginning to doubt the stories (hat
(lovornor Itobertson hns grown rich slnco he
berunui governor. After ho paid his attorney,
Mr Alphabet I.ydlck. for a apeclal appearance
before the supremo court lio did not have money
nough left to pay tho wltnomes, he brought into
court under subpoena duces tecum,
Tho democratic party In not the only organ
ization which denies Walton. Tho Chrlntlnn
church disputes his membership nnd now tint
lallwny conductors Intimate Hint ho crawled
under the tent when he got Into that order. If
the socialists turn him out he will havo nothing
left but the pollco force In Oklahoma City,
We can see In the offing ono of ho prettiest
political fights that over happened In Okla
homa. Tho scrap we see will bo over the selec
tion of n candidate for United Htntfs senator
two years hence. C. J. Wrtghtsnian ot Tulin
wiw first and then Ncahltt of MfAlctor and
Cruco of Ardnmrn attached thomsolvos to tho
Wall on kite. This scared Senator Owen out ot
tho brush nnd ho came out flirting with tho
Walton following. (Tho fun will appear when
tho straight domoCratM spring n candidate
against these hyphenated democratlc-soclallKt
candidates aforesaid with a taint ot WnltonlKm
In their clolhes.J
Barometer of Public Opinion
.lolin Henry ('nines Hack.
lMltor World: You havo recently published
several letters from your readers In which t)iy
flippantly or disparagingly refer to my letter
defending and championing the ep.ndldacy ot J.
C, Walton for governor and boldly and un
romnromlslngly declaiming myself a disciple
and adherent of Karl Marx and the eoclal rovo-f
Woll T always mako It a point never to men
tion nn opponent by name, bocnuse I know that
nny man who it opposed to tho emancipation of
the working class is cither gromly Ignorant and
prejudiced or else ha Is one ot tho parasites it
is tlio object of the revolution to eliminate and
obliterate. Such persons deserve and will re
ceive no prentlgo trom inn by being so much as
mentioned, A thorough mental overhauling Is
what thoy need, nnd In the absence otjhli, then
the only thing that can euro them will be the
actual revolution Itself,
One ot your correspondents seems to doubt
my Americanism. I don't know Just what this
particular writer means by this term American
ism, lOach Individual you come ncross seem
to have a different Idc.C of the exact meaning
nnd Import of tho term. They nil. however.
ngrvu on olio thing and that Is that It doto NOT.
moan justice, for tho working class. They all
agree that thn present lnliultlous system of
robbery and exploitation Is perfectly right and
natural and that "Americanism" Includes all
tho Infamy and rascality nnd robbery that ex
ists under tho present capitalistic organization
Your correspondent further says that tho fact
that nil tho Catholics and socialists of the state
will vote for Walton la sufficient proqf thut
Walton is un-Amorlcan, or wards to this effect.
Well, personally, I don't care any moro about
the Catholic church and superstition than your
correspondent seems to, However, I don't blame
Walton tor hoodwinking and ulng them it he,
can. To me there la and can never bo but one
real Issue In a political campaign and that Is
Invariably economic. Walton Is tho candidate
n ftbo working.nnd propertyleua classes. Field a
is thn candidate ot tho rich and propertied,
thoie who profit by thn present system of thlngH.
If, therefore, Walton finds, It necessary to rolso
side Issuea in order to secure the votes ot the
Ignorant nnd crylulom. 1 don't hlanm him In
thn leant. Somebody has to feid the bablre
.enndy and It It w ain't Walton It would bo
This talk about Walton belnir pro-Cathollo Js
the bunk. Walton Is pro-LAHOH that ig all
tho pro there la about him. Ho Is anti-capital
and anti-chamber ot commerce and anti-open
shop an dthat Is nil tho ant I there Is .to him.
That Walton Is not pro-Cathollo Is seen by thn
fact that Hob Wilson and others of tho mill
Catholic crowd nro for him.
As 1 raid above, thero is no icllglnus h.uc
In this campaign. The fact that some fools
think there Is nnd'nre susceptible to Influeiico
on this scpro doesn't affect tho matter In tho
least. Wise men and politicians) know that all
this rellgloua ntuff is nut out to catch votes. It
Is perfectly logltlmnto anil I admire Walton for
his shrawdness, .Ho will get votes from both
factions. 1 happen to know that both factions
believe Walton Is for them. 1' also happen to
know that Walton Is 100 per rent union nnd
for the working class at all times and under all
circumstances. This Is the reaao'n I and other
intelligent voters are ipr mm. ou can t team
me with any religious argument. They now
say Walton Is not oven a member ot any church,
Well, What of It? Neither nm I. 1 look noon
nil religion on being what It In reality Is, cither
fraud or hypocrisy. jTho only religion hat is
wortft 10 cents Is the religion of serlvco to your
triiow men anu the uowntrnililen and exploiter!
millions.. With this as n test Walton Ja 100
per cent religious.
Away with such bosh as your readers seem
to lovo to swallow. Tho K. K. K Catholicism,
nnd other such stuff Is bunk pure and simple,
drafters ono and all. Tako tho uraft nut of the
Catholic 'church and tho Ku-Klux and they
noma uio tomorrow morning. That's what the
social revolution will do. Do away with tho
grafters and the methods they employ to make
a living and tllla will be n better world.
Jack Walton will be elected by 100,000 ma
jority. When ho Is made governor things will
begin to happtn. Down with everything that
opposes the progress ot economic Justice.
Yours for economic emancipation.
JOHN HKNHY, HOLES.
Oklahoma, City, pet, 15,
lOovrrllht! 19231 y Tbs Chlcxo Trlbanc.)
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W'O JP J TXATIAS 'I JUNIOR1. CJ ow
A STENOGRAPHER'S ROMANCE
Ily Jnno riiclps.
A hiitnnlny Night Itrau.
William had set Saturday night as
tho tlmo he would call tor Cora.
They both worked hard, and had to
get up very early. Sunday morning
they could sleep later.
Nelllo Insisted upon lending some
thing to Corn for luck, sho ex
plained. Ho sho laundered her best
set of collar and cuffs and sewed
them In Cora's best dross, a dark
silk that In tho daytime showed
wear, but which nt night was qulto
elegant so Nelllo declared.
"A nice llttlo sponge I'd bo If I
didn't do such a llttlo bit after all
you two girls havo douo for me;
ouiKmo having tho soft Job I have,
easy hours and all, while you two
work llko dogsl It makes mo lck
because I can't do luoro nnd cat
less. I eat ns much every meal as
you two together, and I only pay for
a. third of tho grub. Hut this funny
stomach of mine always seems to
bu hollering for food. It always has
ever since 1 can remember! Maybe
It I llvo long enough I'll get filled
up, and It will slop pestering mo
it don't mnko inn tat either."
"Thank your stnrs fbr thatl You'ro
too short to bo fat. You'd look llko
a regular roly-poly If you were."
Then: "Nover complain ot what. you
ent, Nollle, 1 only wish Cora had ns
good an appetite."
Theso poor offlco girls wero far
moro thoilghtful of ench other, far
kinder, thnn many girls who would
have considered them beneath their
notice. Yet they talked little of
what they did, It vms a matter of
cburso with them.
Cora came In about 10130, having
spent a delightful evening. She
looked bright nnd animated, really
pretty. Hho had seen "Way Down
1'ast" and had to tell them the en
"After tho allow wo had lea cream
and cake at tho restaurant jicxt tho
thentor, William wanted, mo to' have
something moro, but I know ho Is
poor, lie supports his mother and a
woman who takes caro ot hex, so I
fused, Hut I had such a nlco tlmo!"
"You seo I didn't havo to feel that
way when' my boss took, mo ouftl I
wasn't afraid of hurting his posket
book," Nelllo broke ii, "but 1 guess
Iota ot fellows who work In offices
nro Just as hard up as we girls . I
used to think a man didn't havo un
troubles, that Hod kept them all
for us. Hut slnco I havo been In
the offlco with that white-faced
bookkeeper, 1 have sort ot changed
my mind. That man has troubles
and 1 know It!"
Tho glrh spent a long quiet Sun
day, It ruined hard all day, arid nono
of them went out. They looked over
their clothes, washed nnd Ironed a
few things, Nellie declaring!
"It can't bo wrong for us becausu
wo don't have no other tlmo and
Ood knows It."
Her references to the Deity al
ways amused Corn and Uladys. Hho
was In no way sacrcllglous. It was
as If Ood wero one of them, know
Cora Insisted tho girls go down In
the dingy parlor to meet William
uaiton, and ho was so well behaved,
so genuinely pleased at tho courtesy,
that both girls wcro delighted-with
"He's ono llttlo bit ot nil rightl"
Nelllo raid ns shn nnd Gladys
watched him walking beside Corn.
"They make n nlco looking rouplc,
don't they? 1 wonder It shn will
"It's pretty early to talk of that!"
Gladys laughed, "This Is thn first
tlmo they havo gone out together.
Then I lmnglno ho is poor, doesn't
earn a great deal moro than Corn,
and he told her his mother was an
"Wcsn't It nlco of her to lntroduco
hint to us'" Nelllo went on.
"Yes, I guess Cora knows moro
about thosn things than tho rest of
us. Una had a different bringing up.
Most girls would havo kneaked out
without saying a word, Hut I guest
a fellow respects a girl for being
Introduced to her friends. It sort of
takes tlm placo of tho chaperon so
ciety girls huc. I can't explain It
very well, Nellie, not ns well as Cora
could, but a fellow who Is treated
llko Corn treats them doesn't over
"I seel Yes, they -wouldn't! They
think she's proud of them, wants
her friends to know them, so they
are on their good behavior. Men ura
queer animals! I don't undorstnnd
thorn nt nlll Hut I know enough
to make them mind their own bust
ncss nnd let mo alone, I do hope
Cora enjoys herself," sho added,
Nelllo Insisted upon getting the
homo meals, and most of thn tlmo
she also cleared nurtv. Gladys
begged to let her help alt T Cora
left, but she replied almost In
dlgnnntly; Abe Martin
Murderer SpoetiilosH, but Clutched
Two link lion's In Death.
WUATHKHSl'OHD, Conn.. Oct.
21 -Grasping In his hand two pink
roses which had been brought to
li's cell, and white and well-nigh
speechless with terror, Kmll Sichutte,
'rlj'lu s'nyer, former storekeeper and
constable of Huddam, was hanged
early today at tho state prison.
His only utterance was "well,
good-bye," as tlio death cap was
drawn over hi head.
Tho crime for which Sqhutto was
hanged was the murder ot Joseph
Hull, Mrs. Hall nnd their son, Jacob.
According to tho story of (ho son,
Julius Schutte, tho father, who had
nursed n, grudgo against the Balls,
look him to their llttlo shack on the
night ot December 10, 1910, de
liberately set tiro to tho building,
shot down the Halls and then tossed
tho bodies back Into the fire.
As the result of the recent move
ment of troops Into permanent posts,
the war department Is preparing to
eliminate (S army stations In tho
L'nl led States. Most ot tho stations
to be given up aro cantonments, fly.
Ing fields and depots, where the
temporary buildings have deteriorat
ed In many cases, eo that unkeen is
A woman is th' blamedest thing.
She'll kill her huband's nto un'
then turn right around an' be de
pendent on him. Hain't it a grand
an' glorious teellu' t' come t' u
blocked street that wq Un cross
IN THREE ACTS
' ' ACT III. "
! cn IkM
Mn sent mo out for n duzzln eggs
this uftlruoon saying. And for good
nlss sakes be careflll. you know how
you aro with eggs, now remember If
a single egg Is broken you dont get
nn exter pceco of pie for dlzzert
Mo thinking, O, I better bo caro
fill. And I went to' tho butter nnd
egg Moro and who did I meet In
thero but Mary Watklns, saying, Im
buying eggs, wot nro you?
Kggs, I sed. And we each got n
duzzln In n box and wtarted to wawk
back with them nnd one ot the ferst
things Mary Watklns did was drop
her box rite on tho pavement fay
ing, O deer, look wnt I did. I bet
thoyro all broken, mamma will scold
mo terribly, o deer.
Looking ns It It wouldnt of took
mutch moro to make her cry, mo
saying, Well, 111 pick them up for
you. And 1 plckc up tho box and
handed it back to her and sho scd,
0 deer I dont know wat to do, hecr
1 haft to tako home it lot ot broken
eggs nnd youll havo all hole ones.
Proberly being n hint, and I sod,
Well hay, III tell you wat, you toll
your mother I was carrying them for
you nnd I dropped them. Ill tako
all tho hlame, Mary Watklns look
ing more and moro mlzzerable as It
that wouldent do her mutch good,
and I sed, Well all rlto, 111 tell you
wat, lets look unit neo how meny
are brook nnd then III tnko half tho
broken ones and glvo you hole ones
0 Bonny, nrent you wondorflll,
Mary Watklns sefl. And sho opened
her box and hecr none nf thorn
wnsent broak at nil, me saying, O,
youro a grnto dropper all rite, not
meny people could drop a duzzln
eggs without breaking eny.
1 always was kind of grateflll.
Mary Watklns scd. And I kepp on
going lioiii'n with my duzzln, feel
Inrj grnto on account of having of
fered to swap some for lief broken
ones and even greater on account
of her not having to, and I kepp on
feeling grate till I trfpped over our
door mat nnd dropped the box and
broak 4 orsh, 2 being Jet broak and
2 being ruined.
Proving theres no use feeling
grate too soon. '
'DADDY LONG-LEGS' AGAIN
to Ho fihen by II. S. on
.Nmi'inliCr 3 mill 1.
Special sections, will bo reserved
for the mombers of tho IUrtlesvllle
and Tulsa football teams nnd their
friends nt the second performance
of "Daddy Ijnp-Legs" to be pre
sented by students nf tho Central
high school dramatic department
Saturday, November i, Tho stu
dents will glvo two performances,
Friday and Saturday nights
Inasmuch n the Hartlcsvtlle
Tulsa game Is Saturday, the Booster
club Is making nrranrtements to
honor tho team members and their
friends at tho second performance.
The high school auditorium,. In
which tho play will bo prosonted.
will be decorated In the two schools'
colors. Arrangements are In charge
of Scott Sappcnflcld, president ot
the Booster club.
This Is the flrl play to he pre
sented this year by the dramatic de
partment. Mi's llonan Is hoad ot
the department and Is directing the
Dr. Ignaz Selpol, the newly ap
pointed Austrian federal chancellor.
i is tho first Roman Catholic nrlest
! to act as a prime minister since tho
I urivt.n lun.i tli i.nntupv
Tbt sun nielli,- but do mn ec m.i
Crt lil br UrCIur NJw.p.i,, i,n'i
Wciliii'silny, Octolx-r S3, irjil2i
During business n .'..
friendly stars rule, uccor'd ,g t ,
i ti... ..... i . . " - aa.
t.W.Wfc. AI.W DUII UIII4 I,
both lu the beneflc a-;..
Haturn and Neptuno aro rt He
inventors nnd nromotura
benefit from this rule of t -which
mako for origins . a
poucr to Interest cuphnl
Tharn Is n sign today r
tlculatly favoi'ahlo tu i
lor principles relating to i
I tcrusts of banks nnd baii.
t'ronus Is In n tilaro s ,r
mako minds liospltabv r
sen'nlions of persons wi
power wither through fln-ir
tics or personality.
This should bo a mn' t
sway for creators nnd csp.
The president, governor'
and liemla of big busm, .
rind this direction of i ,
niost helpful to all llie:r rt.
best efforts toward pubiii r
ritrlkes and disorders w
' fircat Iiiitaln nil throtig'i
Iter, It Is foretold, nnd unrc '
l evident among workers mil,
The winter mny be n i
anxiety conecrnlng tho put'i
nnd may bring down mip h
on government offlclaU li
In sanitation. Again 1'ani. i
poara to bo under a slnlitr-r i
Whllo there mny bo a c
of lllnens In thn coming t.i
l seers declare that ciilbln:,
l this time will oe iciuii k. '
perfection of physique and I.
S'ehools nnd collects r c
well dlrerted by tho .stnr-i
promise recognition for od ir it
Tho west and the south n
have n winter season ot rjj
prosperity, owing to an un
number of tourists.
Lato thunder storms that b-eak
when winter Is at hand may bo phe.
nomena of the coming month,
1'crsons whoe blrthdnto it ij rnif
havo much opportunity to trav 1 la
the coming year. They shoolii nf,.
guard the health.
Children born on this day ma
meet with difficulties In life bijf
theso will bo easily surmoueierl.
They nro likely to have great vital
ity, energy and Individuality
Editors See It!
Most editors find consIdorabU
gratification when they find erron
eous statements copied from 'heir
papers appearing In other papsn
wlthmtt credit! Oh, boys! Yal
It Is estimated that tho motx
sunk by Americans In tho purchase
of Uerman marks amounted 'o s
halt billion dollars. If most of iht
Investors wero hyphenates a tins
from mother - country deve'lon
rathor than from business sagailty,
an is likely their losses can bo ac
cepted with a largo degrco of res
ignation. Osago Journal.
Still It won't lnip much If bur
comes back 00 years or so n'ltr
everybody has lost tho taoto for It.
Tho Blackwoll Trlbuno says n."r
suspenders aro being worn this fall
as belts will not hold up hip po kc'J
Much reading may Incite inspira
tion, says tho I'awnoo Courier I
patch, but It takes pcrspiratnn t
support a family.
A German nt tho head of nffa a in
Gre'cco. caused Franco to lean 'lie
Turks In tho lato European trouble,
says Uf Gotebo GnzeVe, and Fran e
ever will keep an eagle eyo on Ger
many It ndds.
It requires about six hundred 0"r
man marks to buy u cucumber, m"s
the Yukon Sun, adding that then
both parties have been swlndl 1.
Another problem of privatt
llnaiico tho perry itopubiican ue-
elates is to maKu tne money
up for a rainy day last for
Maybe the Christians can le.nn
llttlo from tho Turk after nil, the
Ada Bulletin bolleves. Drunkenness
It declares; is unknown In the Oil
Formerly tlio children had trcutl
keeping up with the schools, but now
tho school havo trouble keeping up
with the children, according O
William Jennings Bryan will tnaks
speerhes in Nebraska this foil and
the Wilson Dally Democrat remarks
that ho seems huiro successful in
Mio good old slxtedn-to-one days.
Tho troublo is, oh tho Di Hf"9
Dally Democrat suggests, that no
many peopl.e believe thoy'ro ra'ur
ally adapted for servlco as over- r
HIGH PARADE NOV. lCr
StuiVmls Will Stiivo to Make "
I.urgcc.t mill Mut Bciintlful
In School IIIMory.
Faculty and students of Cor-
high school nro co-operni r
make the annunl high school i
this year tho largest and nnf
tit nl In tho history of the h
will bo held November 10. '
before Armlstico day" nnd will
Armistice day uml ilthletle P'ua
Oklahoma City plays Tulsa
November 11 und tho parado
bo staged down, town tlx uf'c
ot the day previous. I'r'-
Merio O. l'runty will this week a
a committee made up ot tea '
and btudents who will mako ( a n
for the parade. ,
l'runty said yesterday th . no t -
Iloved thnt tho most splcndi i ci'1
appropriate wny In wii ch Aim '
day can bo observed, Is througa
holding of athletic events ji
called attontlon to tho fact that ' i
st of tho Americans to c- r
wero men of tho n'hletl
It Is tho opinion that tho b:. ?
did not come back would Ilk" a-3
would consider It fitting that nu
holding of athlotlc events commemo
rate their servlco to their coun'";
Athletic contests mean tfto ca!
Into piny tho same spirit of tt""
petition that characterized nj
fighting men nnd for that rrsson
Tulsa high school will combl" ' ' !
year its big athletic event of t.io f
with Its observance of Arm'"-'
Tho high school parado Is an a":
nuul affair, following precedent o'
tour years' standing.