Newspaper Page Text
TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1922
PROSPERITY OIL SECTION
? flMf .tnr.nlidnlcd Pmcltrtc Cnmnnmi tin Pcnmrl-nJ,ln
CYCLE OF WORLD
BACK TO TYRANNY
Is f .bruary of this year, th Con- w are assured that mich la not tho
Sjlldatea Fipellna company tarte3 cB.
ptrtlon without any previous con
ctlons whatvar, and their ro-
arkablo growth Is no doubt due to
rrea. ertent to tho aggressive
jirit of Mr. Ralph P. Klstlur. who
Bt th organizer and president of
All fiat growing oompany.
Mr Ustler la only 36 years old
nd until (our years ago waa con
acted with the Producers and Ko
sera corporation In a position
cn eviaenuy did not afford latl-
A to his executive ability, for the
ratrkable tuccooa of the company
hlcb he now he&ds bespeaks In
i uncertain manner of his ability
j organize and direct extensive op-
In dlEcnaslns h! yarlous stops by
,!ch the present connection was
whed. w find that Mr. Klstler
tanally cam from North Caro-
st, movinj to Kansas when the
im days began in and from
"re drifted to Fort Smith and
.eatually to Oklahoma. Mr. Klet
r taw that the Independent re-.
Mr was handicapped by lack of
antcUoos whereby he might ia
ir proper gravity crude oil on
hlch to operate, and that further
re without a cracking plant on
hlch to operate .profitably on the
w gravity crude, which was all
.at could be procured from tho
..'ting pipelines, the refiner tadly
led facilities whereby- he might
end on a supply of the high
ado crude oil. Upon this founda-
n, the Consolidated Pipeline was
From the very bestnnlifg, the Idea ;
s proven right The Independent
..ner seldom has sufficient capital
tie up In a pipeline to any field,
-.1 In fact the erection of such a'
it for a small plant Is not prac
l The tank car mthod of socur
( crude was unsatisfactory and ex-
'nslve and Into this breaoh stepped iDt the
r Klstler with his present hundred l grounds.
ie or pipeline, garnering unes ana
"cewary pumping stations and
EI or the past thTe months, the
V,nnlli1t-v1 nlnellnes have carried
,Hr full quota of 8, BOO barrels
U)Ur, and ere operating at 100 per
n capacity every aay, supplying
independent reciner witn vne
h needed high gravity oil.
When askd the outstanding
rt of his Dresent business. Mr.
Utler quickly spoke of the excel
u oo-oDeratlon evinced by the pro-
i"tr during the recent grading ad-
tmtnta and--he generally pieas-
relations in effect between the
t'duoer and the pipeline, tnrougn
.Kb tht oil is transported to mar-
,4. While It la of course apparent
it the Dlnelin brings to the pro-
iter a market for his product, still
might be anticipated that some
Ictlon might b felt at times, hut
The consolidated oomninv trill he
kept In touch with developments In
all high gravity fields in tills section,
we are advised, and In fnct a new
program of expansion will bo put
under way within tho next few weelts
which will further incroase tho effi
cient gathering service afforded tho
producer and refiner In. this territory.
WHY OIL INDUSTRY
MUST BE PRESERVED
CONTIKOED FROM FKECEDWO rXQB
effort of very interest, led by the
great Interests, made possible by the
(rroat Interests, to preserve and main
tain the Independent .unit In the pe
troleum business of America. Thai,
done, or the machinery Bet in motion
to accomplish that result, and 'All
tilings shall ho addod unto' us.
"Through the revival and restora
tion of the independent alone, can
the Industry he saved from and for
ltaolf. The Independent must be
mode to live again. Tho "honest to
God" independent the man of Ini
tiative the personal master of his
own properties that last vestige,
but best argument for the preserva
tion of the principle of private enter
prise In this, our beloved country."
Process for Proson-liiR Fish.
Ono of the American exhibits at
the Itio de Janeiro fair that Is at
tracting attention among Brazilians
is that of the United States bureau
of fisheries. The feature of most
direct Interest li a process by which
fish can be salted In warm weather
and thus made available for export.
While this method Is already In use
in Florida, it is new to Brazil, and
It opens to tho world tho products
great southern flehlng
George Bernard Shaw Be
lieves Universe Is Get
LONDON" WKverbody Is tltrd of
democracy." says (leorgo Honitml
Hhaw, who declares Hint the world
is nlwnyfi traveling lit a lclmis
circle and ls now nfcaln tendlnc
towards a period of tyranny.
"Wo have arrived nt a strange
point In tho history of Eutope,"
Shaw says. "Consider tho teachings
of history. First oligarchy, then
democracy, then tyranny, then a
threat of the break-up of cUlllia
tlon. Then, again, oligarchy, and
democracy, and tyranny, combined
with a large proletariat maintained
by doles. The vicious circle la com
ing around again. "Women got the
vote, and .Immediate result was tliu
disastrous election of 1918.
"What are we going to do about
it all? Can we avoid these Intoler
able follies? Can we get a good
government by the system of de
mocracy? Somebody once drwribed
domocracy as 'government of tho
people- by the people, for the peo
ple," That Is all nonsense. To talk
of the people making their own
laws is as preposterous as talkltig
of the peoplo writing their own
plays, which nobody would go to
"People don't want to bo governed.
The reason why we nro slaves in
this country is because wo are no
desperatoly determined to get rid of
tho government which Is necessary
to presorvo our freedom. A now
government is taking hold In Oreat
lirltatn. Do you think that the peo
ple will win? Nine-tenths of tho
Ministry consists of peoplo who
know nothing whatever about it. Wo
nro again drifting towards an oligar
chy, act up for five years. It is not
satisfactory. It is no good.
"What Is the answer? I can give
only one. I don't know.
"I do not believe that democracy,
as nt present constituted, will endure."
. maybe It Is his staff that has made
the discovery. At any rate, Aineri-
'can nudlences may sodn have the
opportunlt of hearing this brilliant
land flerV little orator, whoxls still
I the Idol of Kngland, even though
he is out of power.
JOBS FOR IDLE
Government Projects Un
der Way to Solve Prob
lem of Jobless'
plafie which will employ 10,000
men for ?0 wefks,
New af toraatstton will emptnv
fi ooo workers for five months, and
5.000,00 pound will be" Immediately
o.tpended on tho Improvement of
great rnlh niwle.
Powerful eleotrln power station
nro to bo et up throughout the
Finally, a guarantee of R0.000.
Ono pounds will lio given to mer
chants, corporations anil hanks to
sliced up the foreign trade of the
Tho government hopes Hint In
ItlHttng these works will et other
trades in 'operation and tin stimulate
the geneml business condition of
the country oar,ly In the new year.
Future to See Fewer Mcn4
Who Might Be Called
LONDON The Ilritlsh govern
ment Is making a drnstio attempt
to doal with llio situation caused
by tho existence of 1,300,000, un
employed In Britain.
It alms nt putting In operation
works which, while Vlvlng employ
ment and good wages to vast num
bers of unemployed, will ultimately
prove tho remunerative value to the
Among the ndopod proposals nro
the making of tho now arterial roads
throughout the country. In particu
lar one from Manchester to Liver
pool, which will employ 20,000 men
for many months.
Loans nre to lie made to towns
throughout tho country to assist In
putting into operation public works
of local utility and Improvement.
A new system of land drainage
Is to bo put In force In various
I'rencli Petroleum luttltiitc.
The French expect to establish at
P&Vholbrnnn an Itistltuto nt reseatch,
nhd study for nil bmncheii of tho
petroleum Imltiaty In addition to thn
operation of this property from a
commercial standpoint. It la In
tended to train young engineer' t
tliBf Institute, end It is hoped that
I'eeholbronti will ultimately become
u recognized sent of learning on this
Uganda's Mineral Deposits,
A recently formed London syndi
cate has secured the right to pros
pect for mlneials Hi tho western
Nile district of I'gnmln As some So
tons of diluvial gold has been no
cured from the Kilo gold fields lit
northeastern Kongo by the Holglan
administration since lil04. It Is pos
sible there may be extensions of this
field into adjacent areas of Uganda.
STANFORD ITNlVRItSrTT, Cal.,
Dec. 30 Any one with a relative
In the genius class hss B00 more
times as many chances to be a
genius himself na one of ordinary
rorobenie, according to obsoi vullons
by Prof. Lewis M Termnn. had of
department and compiler of Intelli
gence tests used dutlng tho war.
"Bvery human life originates
from a single fertilized germ cell,"
Professor Termnn seld. "This tiny
cell, Invisible to the naked eye, con
tains thnso elements which determine
what manner of man or woman that
cell will become ultimately. These
dements are known to science as
Ul'he combination of "genes" whloh
nie contained within the walln of
'he cell, 'leteimtns whether one !
tn be blue eyed or brown-eyed, tall
or short, iciind-hended or long
headed, feeble-minded, normal or
Intellectually brilliant, derlnres
If tho eed of unttettal suecass Is
not In the original germ cell, th'e
Is no chance for tho developed msn
or woman to become "unusual" In
tetlcctuslly speaking, according to
Professor 'Pieman. ,
Professor Terimn thinks that the
averngft Intelligence of the popula
tion Is (eoreaslng and that the num
ber of genluson In the future In
destined to bo compsrltlvely few.
lie accounts for this fact by quoting
atatlstlon showing tho Intellectually
superior to bo slower tn reproduc
tion even l!i Ml the socially Incom
FOUND IN MALTA
Outlook for Ilrltlsh Pot lory.
In thDr1Ush pottery trade un
employment shows a further dl
mlnutlon, and the present quarter
Wilt undoubtedly prove to be the
best of tho year. In the glassware
Industry employment Is slightly hot
ter, but so far the Improvement In
this buslners Is not very marked.
ALW1TA. Malta, Dtw. JO.- c1 .
tlsU digging for prehlBtorlo recu'o
In a -wo on tho Island of M'i
have found te-th which tb be
llvo belong-. 1 to a man who llv -
contmpniiineouely with tho "Nesn
dsrthsl man." Tho Ne..idrtliM
skull was found in Germany in Hit
and la said to bo the oldest neord
of tho human race In I9urop.
The teeth wero found la a re
mote section of the much frsorutntsd
cav.i called Uhai Dalain. The vUH-)
more difficult the labors of the
vestlgatora. but nevertheless tney nie
preparing to xcavate further n the
hope of finding more evldnnr.s of
North llorneo Rubber Output.
The area under rubber cultivation
In British North Borneo at the end
of 1921 was S8, 300 acres. The area
being tapped was 24,526 acres. Kub
bor exports for the yoar 1921 wore
6,999,626 pounds compared with
9,223,246 pounds In 1920, 8.S23.422
tn 1919. and 6,808,870 In 1918.
Practically all companies restricted
output 2G per cent in accordance
with tho scheme of the Rubber
Oreat Britain is long on museums
and antlquen are cherished, but it
took Sunday Kxpress, ardent sup
porter of Honor Law, to turn up
the history of the most unique of
antiques. Tho Krprees at some ex
pense discovered the first pair of
trousers ever worn by the Rt. Hon.
Andrew Bonar Law. These historic
trousers, tho Express states with nil
solemnity, have been discovered In
St. John, N. B., and wero made from
a cast-off pnlr of trousers once be
longing to tho Rev. James Law.
Presbyterian minister and father of
the present prime minister. And
yet, Georgo Bernard Shaw says that
England Is growing tired of de
mocracy, while a newspaper searches
for th first pair of trousers ever
worn by an empire's premier.
London landlords have frequently
raised the ban against children, but
now thoy threaten to extend the ban
to radio outfits. ""The St. Pancras
Estates committee recommends that
applications shall epcclflally state
that tho tenants will not Inatalt any
wireless apparatus. Tho commltteo
states that It has taken this action
on tho advico of Insurance experts,
who charge that amateur radio fit
tings mny causo yires.
Bolshevism is due to bad teeth,
at least that is the theory of Major
Chapman Huston, one of London's
leading men in the dental world.
"I have never seen a bolshevik with
other than bad teeth," ho eald.
Proper caro of the teeth obviates
mental explosions which cnuso bol
shevlsm, ho said.
Electric. Appliance) tn India,
American electrical goods are
maintaining their popularity in tho
markets of Bombay, whllo electrical
machinery and domestic electric ap
pliances are coming Into India from
the United States In fair volume, ac
cording to Trade Commissioner C. C.
"Let no ono bearo bcyonde ye
threshold wordes uttered hero In
frlendlia confidence" this injunc
tion is printed in old Kngllbh char
acters over tho Inner door of the now
town house of Lloyd George, and
perhaps it Is not all inappropriate,
for In this chelsea.house are numer
ous meetings and conferences, all
with the object of, getting Lloyd
George back Into 'powor.
It is probable that Lloyd George
will make a lecture trip to America
In tho spring or summer. His sec
ietarles are making inquiries con
cerning tho possibilities of an Ameri
can lecture tour. It Is whispered
that tho llttlo Welshman has sud
denly awakened to a realization of
tho vase with which & famous man
can extract American dollars, or
iwurai uas aim uasuimc
I : '
' Makes a Mistake
But no one ever made a mistake stopping
at the Parkinson Hotel, Okmulgee's lead-
Eates without batlrf rom ?1.50 to $2. With
bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day.
Coffee Shop Open Day and Night.
Phone 1000 Carl J. Hammons, Manager
RICE & LYONS
(Tulsa and New York)
BENJAMIN V. IUG2C
THOMAS I). I.VONS
Tulati Mayo Bldg.
New York 25 Broadway
Almetal Sand Reel 1
Number fifty-two in service for one of the
largest producing- companies, and to show
their value they have just purchased six
more for their properties in the Wyoming
Put one on your next rig and
let them save you money, as
they have for others.
ItAJfUFAOTrjIlKD AITD DUSTJUBUrED 1ST
Shaffer Specialty Co.
309-11 WEST FIRST STREET
First National Bank
Residence Phono 195-J
CONTRACTOR IN FIELD
Holds Fastest Drilling Record in Smackoyer Field
Time 108 Hours
Modern Equipment Efficient Organization
Expert Workmen Thoroughly Experienced and Reliable
El Dorado Banks and All El Dorado, Arkansas, Supply Houses
1 ' a.d I
d from t
IS ltuV( ,(
tton fn I
rte" to "
lls In '
ft I- "1 : S.llflillllM