Norman Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 172, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 10, 1920 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DAILY TRANSCR1P1
. w,u~ ^,
Office 215 East Main Street. - •
7 at the postofiice, Norman, Oklahoma,
Entered « second class rnu.tcr i
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' Mw^OkW^T ^e.. A. c.a^ AdvertUing r.preaentaUv.: Ok-
ikhonia Advertising Bureau. Norman, Oklahoma.
"BaiLY SUBSCRIPTION"KATE-bu, of County ^
by mail, one year ."II.. 4.00
Uy mail, six month. In County"" |fJ
By mail, one year - "IIIIII.IIIIIIIII 3-00
Kj mail, six mculis "III"
Ity mall, three months "" .60
ay carrier, one month
~~ THE RED CROSS ROLL CALL
I 4 r. i the Red Cross 1^20 roll call selected an appropmt^
war than tin; och hra ■ , ^ ,|„mi,| |K. enrolled
kVC«mb'i^of this "Jrcat body. V hostory making organization
P'wster.Uu. tin I; a,,;- ii-l l-"^ -', ^
more for the l>re cut wiin of t .
""STm i> da,.,.-,... A £.
found a home for him on a m;" Va!f u., 'th. nearcst p)acc
hl lffeel at home there , gotlsy
to home that he could f . I • , „ reunited,
and located ma nephew and a lamiij naa ■ pHshcd
This i. only one ^t h'resuH t. - e tolft of how the
Which has brought about such - ult* Minmy w j* )
local chapter had found a "s . 0 .,je art. afl looked after l>) the
and epidemics and plagtn'-^n n Imi. !•■ V
p i i tl'c lrreuic-t mollu'i "ii i.iitli.
' " ,, " • , i ;,i . I,,r t "re-it amount of money. lli >
hrV-'ilp lit'e^'irc S1 1 "r ll'M~ :" "u,u-tlu" n.ul,vuluul l",A''j 14U
"''There is no better investment in the world than the membership
in the Red Cross. Join wlien caded upon.
The Grove Sun stlgge^lm the punch in the democratic party
is little stronger than the kick m present day beNeutgcs.
Ol* Ol 1J A boards.
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OK W IIKREVER you are.
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DEAR SIR: ^ ^ (
SEVERAL SIGHTS >oo.
WHEN THINGS were slow.
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A KOI'Nil THE house.
\NI) 111 ERE iiothini! ^i ccinl.
TO OCCUPY our time.
Sl-A ERAL OF us^
ORAGGKU Ol'T the Ouiia hoard
\ND BEGAN asking it.
QUESTIONS OF various sorti
\ND IT answered them.
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VERY NICELY, thank you.
\ND 1 auRKcsted.
THAT WE ask it.
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WHO W AS Koiiif! to he.
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THE NEXT president.
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AND WE did it.
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AND IT hovered around.
FOR A little while.
AND AETER that.
1 I SPELLED niit^r-O-X.
WD ALL of us.
WERE VERY wreHtly satisfied.
WD Till next ninlit
\\T. HAD one or two visitors.
\ N I) I nuKRrsieil.
THAI WE act the board.
AND ASK it ymn questions.
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AND WE did it
AND AFTER a while.
THAT W E ask it.
WHO WOULD be.
Till". NEXT pre-idem
AND II hovered i,round.
FOR A little while.
AND AFTER that.
IT SPELLED out I l-A-R D-I-N-C
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AND I didn't say anything.
AND T11EY asked it.
A NUMBER of • .1 her questions.
AND El NALLY I suggested.
TH A I WE ask it once more.
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WHO WAS going to be.
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THE NEXT president.
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AND we did.
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AND IT spelled out D-L-B-S.
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AND 1 took the thine.
AND THREW it away.
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AND WHAT 1 want to know i
WHA T KIND of a government.
ARE YOU and your spirits
TRYING TO give us?
1 THANK you
COftPOUM. O "tVX
K VO^ViB. ^ oo iS
VKi '"XV.OVJ'f (XVIM
What Smart W omen
BY ALICE BRADY
Noveltj Han.Jke.coieta— 1'utur-
Lstr. in Artificial r lowers.
New Frcnch Corsets.
Every week .lis.-.er>
l ake must now he aunstitut. .
bv.ad, "what ..ml. " , ("j 1
t.'.stance of t!:is is the POtKet Und
kerehiel. It i aim t unpossi. 1, - ,
Xev, York City a piani aIou
l ,„n l4dk«chW reaaonaHe
juality for less tl.au -ev. nty-fiyc,
cms.' The quality 'hat « ) |
•a for fifty cents and . v. n thulj |
cuts no^' costs u dt'llar.
"While the election may not have suited all
throng, it must have suited most of us us lai as
Coalgate Courier deduces.
Speaking of the election.'the Southeast Oklahoma,, remarl
i„ ti* midst of the wreck of matter and the wreck ..! vynlds
itoocT trrand old < Icorgia "unskecred and uncontant,nated.
This American Red Cross Work
Flourishing in Small Towns
; More than 37,000 graduate nurses
have been enrolled in the American
Red Cross to date and its department
; of nursing is daily increasing this en-
| The department of nursing has been
authorized to maintain an adequate
1 lls ,l .. j " , reserve of nurses for the army and
' navy. It will continue to supply the
The latest "novelty' handker-
chiefs, of colored linens with
white borders, or of white with
colored borders, the colors
everything from ereen -
brown to rose and blue
Harding, Haves. Harreld. llamon and Harris
homa, observes the \ mita Daily Journal.
,la\ ed hob in (>kla
llv lames M. t o\.
I„ the discusMoi. oi thi« ini|,.,"tant subject it must be remembered
thewwd Americanization, l'he supreme test
!.VcUTthe J:X-r, the pas,. brh„iu, ,„„ck!> ." their support j
, . ii We Ime ii-ili/ed our own lailuies on the pa
r?r. r ' n n that u c 1 ' c permitted am! r,.„ urgetl th. se ot
f" "n Hr't'li take tin their 1 "tie- with n> and help u- with ..ti.
:rr£l ... elen Zn ant aitentt. n louard making then, law •
illi.li,,g \iue,'ican cit'i/i'iis. We . tidentlv were tnuler ihe
that this e .1,1.1 be done a,ti- inai'cally. but we b;.,e "Und out l a
the v.;n I .r present and .mure M.ltUi.m the pr. ,!,,uu. It ha. |
e nn ol.ser, a.i!,. that .he man who learn- law- and prme.p es
|..w, P.esiih- 'as his .lev <t on 1" Vmeiutu ideals .lev. !• p. , I i.
interest in the proces-es ol ,.-x. lntio-. d,unn,-he- In other word,.
liL.. wavs of revolution
1 needs of the I'nlfett States l'ulillc
Health Servico to which It has as-
'hat pijj^pd more than 1,000 nursfc in the
there ||18t year.
I It will assist In establishing proper
_ nursing service in foreign countries
. .,.,r«.wc iipvi vpar the bttlK'li otl^lit wlipre the American Ked Cross lias or-
W ith a restaurant unman m i > ^ ^ j countrv's rev- ganlze.l hospitals, dispensaries and
to be able to cat up something else, otlict titan *dlool3 f(,r nurgcti. courses in home
enues, says the Hugo Daily .News. , hygiene and enre of tlie sick liavo been
~ , |,„,fttrnnL'lehold • >u the ! siurte.l for thousands of women who
When Kentucky can loose her liquor and her. . > ^ h>ve ,H,vor receivod any education in
republican party, both m a year and a half, a- direction, ltural nursing which
,u!t past, the liartlcsville Morning I'.Namuicr contends.
iritain's idea of the correct treatment of suspicious -lib- |
t„ sink them first and then ask if they belonged to the
was In its Infan. y a short while aco
t,as been put ahead at least a decide
through the work of the department
af nursing an.l local lied Cross
j Public health nursing has boon ex-
that the women of th,- country know li.wv it leel- ln,,ic(i to many rural e.unn,unities and
liillo, wc wonder if thev'l! continue to sharpen tneir lead ptucn.- | now flourishes actively in hundreds of
' ,1 b e-, knife ' ; small towns and counties. Nearly a
with the bread knilc. l„m„sn,,d oiSei.'nt nurses have already
The old-fashioned woman who used to scream at ihe -i^ht ol :
mouse has a daughter who carries a live armadillo around w,tn he, ,.
a traveling companion.
••How can Lawton get along without e,the, -enalor or ^"grcsS-
„uu, alter having both for the last twelve year-, asks tlie . hav -
"We have sufficient optimism to believe that the republic will li-
able to wiggle and wobble along for the aicxt lour years, says tlic
Vila I.vening News.
Uut for some rca-o.i or
unalit} of linen «* I" <-n nr.- . >-
,! i aha, v.on'd he I.'-; '
•heir un.'e r«-,..aii:s ..l, «t da «.-• •
..3 „ was before. So that when ^
.iiiiv - >d myself out ■' " "
hen "fancy" tih spiu- their ,yi.e
-..mst have su-av plan' ne ' > ;>• •
yet value f." my moil y .vn.l^
am telling you this dial vov. mav ta ,■
a-UanUK« of my discovery v. .eli >ou
go ,0 buy. Though perliapa fit*
lianclUerchicf situation is better oui
,ide of New York than 111.
The i'rst s',retch shows sou o, , .•
-e.v pocket handkerchiefs. « **« > j
ted. I l'here ar, handkerch« •
,1 toioWd lFnens in yellow brow. .
a 1 r.-nch blue, m rose an,I ure- n, ]
ith -mall white -lua.. < uj " •;
the so-called "ulnve handkerchief' -
f colored hi ens with ioI 1
trcs of white and colored bor Icrs in a.
clicckercl and Striped patterns I «
1 ,.,s led mi,, buying hat h.-t l«^
week, through first buying a won-|ni
■ hrful artificial flower. I ' « " l>_
i„g on the counter, a cabhagc r,.-e.
and lucious. ... y and millet. .
of white linen dellciously dappled in
blues and yellows „•• ! an
I made it mine at one >n<l e
bit too gay and 1 utlirist.c a
'lur a buttouhole. I pur, has. .1 a
hat to nut it on. Choosing a large
viilor of hliiny navy Mm • •
being the best background, and usinjt
nothing el- on th, hat.^ that 'the fn 1
i A futuristic cabbage rose of
I white linen, its petals and leaves
I dappled with gay ca.ors and
j c11 rc■' with blue is the only orr.a
1 mentation needed for a shiny,
dark blue saior.
1 flower, and only < n . t a, i- ve, v ' r
| fee,, ami l.l'l he alrard to p n v.m-
, simple hat. ,.f bee- r n.a >•'. • 1
| color that will set the Inv.vcr mi
| Most interesting or-, •- • >•"'•••
over from Paris, ol wlncn tvv . : r-
shown here. Ph y are boll, mteii.l-
' ,1 to iv c the supple, nil, ois. I
feet, though the one without a.iy
bones would only he ! •;■ • ■
sc. for an extremely slender ...
The lane, is of an extremely
heavy-Hi. -bed, silk tricot, m pah-
bine, with no, a • .' • t it, nam.-, a.i.l
as do many ,.i the • • « hren. i co -
.et-. The knit I'abri. S ran from alio . e
tiie waist-line to a little l''1'
1 i>>«! und from thcrr .-. -hort skirt
, onceliiig the clash - atteclied to the
sides and front.
The . tiler "• .rset it n-i evening one.
'intended espeeiahy for an er.treme
, with «, .eral l-i.e-. and la se eov-
with satin. Ihe leature of >,.
way in the back to
. in lia-te wouldn't be so dangerous n we could r.peiil
-but. alas, most of Us have to repent at ' hard lal)Ol|
.ill.,, all this "sex antagonism" thine
in the first rabbit and expected I
i when Vlain
make it into
During an.l since the w a tin
a new meaning. .Much goo '>■,
Hoard* of t oinmei . anil
ization better e.piipi" a, e
work than the Ai ei it n 1
the meinbei '- of file \nieric. I
With posts in cv ery Jiart of 'lie
able to do most effective wo
lions already e-tablished .
forward to a still beitci v. m i
ward to the .lavs of y.s,.
Phone No. 5 for
Your business wilt
he carefully taken
,.,'"k , i Aniericanisni has taken on
k al.nu this line is being .1. ne by
, bodies, bill 1 kr vv ot no urgu-
to carry .'tit this. g.n..l
Sunly ' ' nu k 11 >v\ ■ belter than
,;iou what Aniericani/ation means.
>,;lrv li'i- organization should be
i,pilar v. vk. W c should ail look
in the future and never turn back-
make rush to join
troops in germany .. total ot 428.
I Letters lic-n from suiuu i
So great \\.i> the rush <>i r i rnits
in Germany when enlistments were
thrown open OH November 1 that be-
lt re telegrams discontinuinu « eep-
t a noes ernilil go «>ut from Mai«<r Gen-
eral P. Harris, the adiutant-uen
eral ot the army, the army recruit
in^ officers tlirought the funtry.
twiee the nuinhe; of men desi ,-«l had
enrolled. There wen 200 iniantry
va .4ucie-. and in six hours . ^ had
enlisted, but before they c< uld be
stopped. 338 had joined. l or
acancies in other branchc
wire he:"if they
American torce> in Curtnany trll
Story oi pha^ant lite "ii the Khtne,
with' the Amrrican dollar wonh so
mam marks th • the aver. - private
to the German- An iutiy • -stn.j - « *
tight nu servu'f ihere is the 1 '•:
;i number ot discharged mi n - t«u ir
way home recently turned back at
Antwerp to re nlist.
been assigned to this kind of work.
J-lie department of nursing is unit-
ing with other organizations in 11 year's
campaign In recruiting nurses for
training schools. In cliioatlng Hip gen-
oral public US to sin ml;, ,'<!■< of nursing
elucuti..n mi,I in Sli.nving enniiiinniiies
their respnnsibiliiy toward schools of
nursing It will endeavor In meet nil
th..s,. neoils i.s well as to continue the
enrollment of .JiellMnns who will b
utilized as Instriielors In hoine .ll.'tet- |
les. I„ developing nutritional cllnb-s. |
nn.1 111 supplying dielliiiins for ihe
United Slates l'uiilie Health Kervice
an.l Ihe civilian hos|.ltal<
The Nursing Service will contlnnn In
offer to women ,1'iil young girls the
npporlunity of seeurlng Insiriieiion In ;
In.me hygiene an.l rare of ihe si.-l; In
every coiinuunlty In the country. I n.s
Ins,ruction lias no, only laid the foiiu-
a,.Him for nubile health but in some
,place> has given Impetus to the estnb- I CIVIL CASES ARE rILEO
llsiiment ol' UospitaU and coiwnunity DISTRICT COURT HERE
(■cliool houses. I
j "As a community profits by ti work ,
of the nurse." Bays Miss Clnrn D. I pWQ cjv;i sl,i,.. one of which in-
LNoyM, director of the department «t. tsooo were filed in the c ,urt
nursing "it is logical that the com- m .
muni,v should be aroused to its respon- ..me ' :
"n'llltv The A,„e:-:e:in Ite-l <T.- L.> I b. y « "1 " "•
Btiinds ready to help in w g. n u-al eani-I n the Aln.u « > • v
nalci, of recruiting nn.l must have Hie (l. hi.
wlrort, sympathy and understanding j | ,., the mini of 11.' • • ;
rtt the medical profession as well nsj;„ , percent ami h, ,J
tiifl Intelligent co-operation of the,, ,u • " - -
Two new corse,s from Paris One of
rot, tnat button:, u.i "•« b c'", ;d el88tIcs. And the other
^ S' ut Ho„H..nU havins the bac,
cut down to give free play to a deep decollete.
Judgment for S5<«1 and , osi- ag .insi
II. lloydston .,n.l the Securiti Stale
bank in which that amount was <lc-
posile.l as a garantee a- the plea
of I. V Smith as askc.l in the peti
I ticn' tiled.
DENVER BOY BURIED
of Mrs. Sal
Tuesday at 1 ;i m.
vices were held at th.
ning v.ith burial at tin
\uRU8t Kunz a^ains'
people at large.'
How WONOCffFUe!! AND ONCY/
FOUR Y6ARS OLD ? '
fNo"- NO - NOW THINK HARO- J
^ UlHAT 6ARKS?j
■1 Mt50Nir feu !Y< AP5 OLD 1 NO-THlNKj
ANO HtfAN SPCtLAtRe^OY/ ' QuDDlE r_-
(jvooiE) what occr
O-O- C iPCLL7
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