Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 21, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 9, 1917 Page: 4 of 14
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TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY OCTOBER 9 1917
THE TULSA DAILY WORLD
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Gradually Jim country Is waking up
to the fart that labor should not b
blamed for in erratic thing that
have been done In ita name by Irre-
sponsible agitators who have sought
to hid their ifullt behind a labor
organisation. There la hardly an or-
ganization catering to the welfare of
the working man In the nation In
whose membership there ha not fil-
tered more or !" of the anarchliic
clement tho i'n who deem nothing
.worth hllo that &om not condemn
the government and all exlatlng lntl-
tutiona Thi-y have the Idea. Ix1 cause
many thlnga aa now constituted are
undeniably wrong that the only rem- J s (n ner mlldeKt tones and.
elv Is to destroy all preaent thlntra rwrtlnK "he keeps ugetlng.
Ol H HOl'SK.
play at our house and have all
wilts of fun
there's always a gtune whi-n the
Kiiliper Is done
at our houso there's marka on
the wulls an' the stairs
some terrihln wratches on some
of the chairs
ma cny that our houso Is really
Kut pa and I imy that our liouao la
At our houw we laugh an we sing
an' we khout.
whirl all the chairs an' the tables
I ransle my pa an- i gn mm
he's all out of breath when trie
riL'litin' i through:
An ma says that our hou Is surely
' a sight
But pa an' I any that our house la
I've been to houses with pa where
To alt In a chair like a good little
there wasn't a mark on the walls
an' tha chulrs
the stuff that we have couldn t
mine tin to theirs.
iia said to ma that for nil ot
wouldn't change places en give
up hla boy.
They never have races nor raswles
Coi they have no children to play
with at nights.
An' their walls are all clean an' their
curtains hung utralitht
An' everything's shiny an' right up to
But na nnvs with all of Its racket
He'd rather by far live at our house
lly KI'OAR A. OUKST.
and take a new and different start.
They are the apostles of destruction.
Unable and unwilling to siand by their
convictions an Individuals they seek
to make lalir unions reHponMMe be-
fore the public and to use the labor-
ing man a a tool to accomplish their
unholy purposes. Along tn the days
following the declaration of war there
.were a great many people who be-
lieved that laboring men as a clam
Vwould not support the government
and It wa expected that strikes and
lockouts would hamper the nation's
actlvltlcH. This waa the presumption
seized upon by Herman agents In dis-
tributing their money around to keep
alive what dissatisfaction they could.
I'.ut the time hits come when two
things have come to pass. The secret
ervlce of the United Btates has made
such revelations as have enabled the
public to trace seditious activltis to
their true source and motive and to
hat ezterit they have come to absolve
labor from any blume a. to disloyalty.
Also the laboring men themselves have
itiiiie to recognize me ae-magogs in
their midst and to curb their activi-
ties and disclaim responsibility for
heir vagaries. No longer can the
odium of disloyalty attach to labor.
No longer run tho consclencelem pro
pagandist riso up In union meeting
and glvo thocuo to his followers to
voto any kind of resolution ho recom
mends. The laboring' man Ik of all
men true to the Stars and Stripes
and lie Is not to blame for tho fact
that his fidelity has been douMcd. lle-
sldeei the way ho has n)onded to
he selective draft and to the purchase
of Liberty bonds proves as a speaker
said here the other day that there are
no more traitor among tho working
cIiihh than among any other set of
The cool ctolr Is sad and sober
she makes rue heave a tear; while
leave are falling she la recalling the
panning of the year. I hear her say-
ing "The year la decaylng.the flowers
are dead and gone the ruse and lily;
the nights are chilly and frost Is on
the lawn." I hear her sighing "The
yea rl !ying and man muat blow his
loll muxt make a payment on winter
rainment and slate that's nick named
coal." I hear her calling "The rain
Is falling and freezing on the moor;
cold winds are heuding this way; the
sledding wvll be tough for the poor."
Iter voice Is dismal; a grief abysmal
and mouldy bones. My life Is sober;
It'H ri.itir..l I IH nl.Af it m utiimn mi nil
will ta.u: the winds are savlna. while'
round n.e plavlng "You're next: All
flewh Is graaa!" My winter's coming
when I II quit thrumming a lyre for a
leward; In all my fooling and fuetlve
drooling there Is a minor chord.
Have you purchased your Liberty
Tulsa made a wonderful showing
during tho butt IJberly loan campaign
Let's outdo our own record.
Fpeaklng of "food hogs." how abou
thoho Kansas farmers who refuse to
sow wheat beruusu it lb bringing only
13 per bushel?
a Is tlie world slipping back or plod
ding ahead? A rivco meet tut l'iirons.
Kan. has been culled off because o
luck of attendance.
. There was n time when they fei'
coal to hogs ns a tonic and creeled
houses out of walnut logs. Hut that
was some years nun.
I City A'eu in Brief
During the past
few weeks It may
have been noticed
that the IMoneer tel-
ephone corner Is not
o congested wun
stalwart swains as
was the condition
some time ago.
Or before a pollce-
Arresting five or six of the youths.
Escorting them to the hoos gow.
Where after some delay they ex-
i.uted satisfactory cash bonds.
Kor their appearance In police
court the following afternoon.
There Is nothing that will dampen
the ardor of a street corner xio...
so mucn as me "i'i''" -Ilccmnn.
Who has been Instructed to make
A glimpse of the steel burs.
And a couple of frowns and grunts
from the desk sergeant
line a disastrous effect on the
nerves of thoso boys.
THK MOW rAKTY.
Opinions ore divided as to the real
objoct and mission of tho new political
party to be formed at Chicago accord
Ing to call. It la spoken of aa the Na-
tlonol party a-nd la expected to bo an
amalgamation of IVmoerat Progrcs
slves and various other elements from
different sources who are favorable to
whnt Is known n progTewilvo politics.
Is la figured presumably that there
la to bo a general realignment of par
ties In tho near future and that this
new organization will be ready to ab
sorb tho radical elements fromru all
the present parties who of course a
libel ul sprinkling of moderate Social-
ists and perhaps quite a number of
Hcpubllcans. The Inst named people
however seem to be last and least In
the calculations of tho supporters the
hclef plank being apparently the teat
of stalwart loyalty to the administra-
tion ns tho prliu-lplo recommendation
of the member as to undisputed
Americanism. Now such a party as
this may have a mlslon to perform
and It may not and thoughtful peo-
ilo will be much Inclined to wait and
see what develops.
Hut when It cornea to patriotism and
loyalty both to tho Flag and to tho
president theio Is no elans of peoplo
which deserve greater recognition than
slmon-nure ltciuibllcnns. They ure
the ones who have enabled the presi-
dent to curry out nnwt of his pur-
poses In tho fa oo of serious opposition
within his own party. If tho objoct
of tho organization Is to gather under
ono bunncr tho cream of the loynl
citizens of the nation there la no use
of a new name for It the old name
T . I.I I .... b.n.fa till niirmiuAa
Y --....- I... 1 t. l'rlll '"I'"" -..
jn.i' cm lie ionium in mwi u- . 0ii
. . .. .'find pa.tr oto Pcniocrnta and Socialists
to knock." ll uht or no rUht. It must .1 ' ...
It will he remembered that the
Judge turned the boys loose.
With the admonition not to do It
During the course of the trial some
of the prisoners stated they had
stopped at the corner to meet some
Hut that these friends were of mas-
So after three or four days.
The court exonerated them.
After the caso had been dismissed.
Ji-rir.r. R c ai.I.K.v. mtionsl Cr !
to rut j . wtt is Iht city ttT.ltj from Mut-:
koca on butiBMt connected with hit oIi't.
MR. AN'D MK8. A. I.. lUrbiton btrc re- i
tornrd from Ihrtt vrkt' motor trip to
umti la Illinois and Indiana.
JOE ABRAHAM well-known rotton man
of Briatow. tl t'-tutlnett iitor in I ul-a
OEOROE E BROWN 11 ytrda Tor
Oklahoma Cltr lo attend to butinett in
ELIJAH HOI.MER of Broken Arrow was
dltrharfrd from euktulr jretterday by I nited
ttalei (aimintoner 1. H. Wilkin on s
cbarf f introdueinf llqoor.
ATTORNEY fHIARi.EB F. Runytn of
Muakoze wti among visiting lawjert her
eatrax ttndio( aiotion dj in lb dia-
M. C M'GREEVY of th firm of Strand
bert. McUretTt a Co. haa returnrd to Kin- i
taa City after few daya' butineaa titit is
THERE WILL b a melln of th retail
ritar and drug men of rb ciit at ft o'rloek i
1 1. 1 ereninr in th aubttory si th Ketrhum
FTIED E. W0OI4ON former member of '
the Y. M. 0. A. ataff and now connected with
army work at Camp Howie waa railed home
today oa account ol th death of fall atep-
MIRS CHRISTINE 8AI-SMAN and Charles'
Bradfield who wer nnlltd in marriaic Sat-
urday evening by Hrr. A. E. Wettnn paator
of hecn.d Pretbvleriaa ehun-h have an-
nounced their wedding te friend.
W. W. STUCK EY hi ton for a few daya'
buainMa trip to Kantat City. Mr. fcturkry
who formerly waa a reaidaut of Tujta. haa
ditpoaed of bit farm and It moving back to
A CALL FOR 73 neiroee and Mexicans
for rai-iroad conitruction work near Hhatluck
waa received yesterday by th etttt free em-
ployment bureau Wtfea of 12.60 a day
with board at 5 s week waa the aasnraoc
THREE KXLISTMzInTS war mad yes-
terday at the navy recruiting station. They
ware R. H. Henrr and J. O. Adkiasion Red
Kork and J. . broukover Uniontown
I.ONO IELAYF.I) repair work OB th boiler
In tho courthouse heating plant canaed oc-
cupants of th office to shiver yesterday.
It will require two watka to bav the plant
THE FOLIOWINO teachera began their
new duties yaaterday In Tulsa city schools:
Miaaea Katherina Kleinkneukk of Newton
Kan.; Pearl L'ba)!)!! Monett Mo.' l.oueiia
Hrhloeman Terr Haul Ind. and Nellie M.
Dean of Parry Okla.
THE OAflE of John Lynch charged with
stealing ten pair oU women's shoes from
th American tipret company's wagon was
transferred to U auperior court yesterday
from tha court of O. td Warren justice of
DV.PfTV RHKHIKT8 from Paw hunk a took
back to that citv with them two man named
Mver and Bennett who wer brought bere
from Sapulpa Hunday night. Thev ar wanted
on tha charge of having robbed s store in
hlklatoolc Juat over the Tulsa county line.
WHILE ALL OFFICES la th city ball
will remain open today with an Idea of serv-
ing tha public having business in th several
departments many of the employe will tak
advantage of mayor' proclamation setting
aa a hi
be admitted the Wisconsin peiMin did
consldeiiible It nocking.
A Stlllwnter preacher has been pas-
tor of one church twenty years. Tho
parson should be pretty well ac-
lunliilcd with his flock by this time.
According to thu telegraph Berlin's
account of yeaterday's buttles was
brief. Well thut's not strange. Ber-
lin evidently didn't have much to
A woman beauty expert announces
thut "being graceful la merely a task."
Krom the amount of gTaco goncrnlly
displayed It 1 a Uuik vt gigantic
It Is evident tho Berlin la not aware
tit tho prlco of Amorlonn hogs. If It
lind been there would have been no
objection to the Krencli officer calling
captive Germans plus.
Admiral TirplU. author of U-boat
'ruthlowncsa" Is uoted aa saying that
'on account of political rousons It Is
unwise to sot a dato for tho collapse
fit England ns a result of U-boat war
fare." Ho huml We understand per-
A Hartlesvlllo paper hn.ii iwHabllshcd
the fact that unless tho Mato legisla-
ture g-ets"buity and raises the pay of
county ofleers thero will be no candl
date for office. There la one paporithe purpoto of nominating township
that doesn't know what If talking
nbout. A long aa there are offices
there will be candidates.
could easily Join forces with tho niot
patriotic organization ulretidy In exist-
ence. As for the Democratic party
held together aa It has been chiefly by
the personality of Uio leader a;id con
mining within It the nowlbilities of a
greater diversity and dissolution than
even the Hcpubllcans hud In 1912.
there Is every reason to look for It to
spltt Into a thousund fragment) when
ever the presmiro of Wllsonlan Influ
ence und iHitronage and the enthus
iasm of the wir are removed. If the
un-Amerlcan elements are to leave the
Democracy and the loyal people are
to gather with them In the name fold
why la It necessary to get a new name
nnd a new organization for tho pur
The Kanso fltato Welfare board
will take steps to protect tho hotel
help. While they are at It tho board
might ns well go a little further and
nee If they can't do a little somothing
for the customers.
fApeaking of camouflage says the
Chicago News thero Is the) powder
rag whereupon the Kansas City Ptar
takes lsnuo with tho News claiming
the Windy City organ Intended o
My my. how time docs fly. A Kan-
sas paper reprints a story that ap-
peared twenty years ngo. The story
call tho faithful populists togothcr for
One of the boys was talking about
He admitted he
one of the girls.
had a date with
When an acquaintance BRked him
why he didn't tell the Judge about it.
The vottth said he didn't want the
court to unow he associated with that
kind QI people.
All of which would make us pretty
mad If we were tne gin inui nu mo
oliday and vltit th Mus-
kog fre state fair. Thar wlU be no meet-
Tretty dern mad indeed.
A WHISTMV IN Tim TALU
The forest leaves are turnln' from
ureen to gold and rod.
The flowers havo quit their hloomtn
an' tho cllngln' vine Is dead;
The soft green moss o' summer 1
lookln' sort o' gray.
An' tho days are growln' shorter yea.
shmter dav bv day
An' old Jack Frost Is comln' he's al-
most within call-
When you hear the qnal a whistlln'
an whistlln' In the fal.
'Tis time to mk the cider an' pui
the corn tn shocks
Most time to sell tho turkeys for wlfo
to buy new frocks;
An' there's no time to loaf or fool a
task for each new day.
You can't depend on l'rovldonce to
crib vour corn away.
For old Jack Frost la comln he's
rurely within call
When you hear the quell a whlatlln'
an' whlstliV in tho fall
The days seem sort o' solonm who.
darkness comes on soon.
An' one don't feel as clipper as way
back there in June!
An' klndor close seems mother who
died long years ago
Is that her voice a callln' a callln'
soft and low?
For mighty close seems heaven and
close the angel'e call
'Bout the time the quail comes
whistlln' an' whistlln' In the fall.
William F.lsworth Fowler.
tug of Ui board of city comoiltlonera
TIIF. "8MOKJC8" war on W. H. Sboat la
tha city ball and at the fire atations yeater-
day. The city lira marahal haa aaaumed new
retpontlbiiitlea; mat oi oeing u inner oi
a baby boy the event orurrinjt at the Tu
hospital where Mrs. filinat ana th baby ar
in the beat of health and sulrits.
THE 0FFI0E of eh waterworks depart-
ment waa a busy plsce in th city hall yes-
terday aeveral hundred belated water con-
sumers appearing to pay their water fee be-
fore the 10 per cent penalty I added. All
billa not paid before the llth of the mouth
are penalized 10 per cent.
E. BEE OLTIIRKY highway commissioner
of th Tulta Chamber of Commerce will lesv
today for Manhanttan Kan. where he aaa
been called at a witneta in a cat which
ha attracted the attention of th rourt ther
for tha past several yeara. While In Man-
hattan ha will visit friends and relatives.
A MEETING OF tne ladiea' auiUliary to
Temple Israel will be hrtd this afternoon at
3:110 o'clock at 182V Houth Cheyenne. Tha
program of the day Includes trie adoption oi
conttltutlon election oi nnicera anu ouier
important matters. Ail m.mb.irs ar urgently
requested to attend thia meeting.
F.LffEY CHAMBERS who waa caught by
Special Officer T. E. Brenta last Saturday
aa ha waa com in thru Rogera county with an
automobile containing five eaiea of liquor
failed yatterdty In bit effort to make bond
and was remanded to jail. Chambers altlio
ranght "with th good on" yltaded not
TULSA WILL b th first city In Okla-
homa to send unit of nurse was th report
; fx aum mmm
Inn n T n n n
AN OPEW LETTER
TO THE PUBLIC
The very structure of our economic
system with its foreign tributaries is
now in the throes of a virtual upheaval.
The commercial economy bqard of the
Council of National Defense has as-
sumed control of the prices on wheat
coal and steel.
Now the board is engaged in efforts to
conserve the wool supply of the nation.
Over a year ago we predicted a wool
shortage and in a letter to the garment
and clothing manufacturers of the
United States dated September 4 1917
the Commercial Economy Board wrote:
"We are facing a serious shortage."
To quote further from this letter:
"Immediate action must be taken
to assure if possible an adequate
supply of wool for the needs of our
army and navy. Consequently this
board recommends that insofar as
possible cotton-mixed fabrics and
fabrics containing re-worked wool
should be substituted for all-wool
fabrics in the manufacture of gar-
ments and clothing for civilian
use." v v
Remember this is the voice of the Unit-
ed States government!
Gentlemen the facts are now before
you. Nobody can tell what the future
holds for any of us. This muqh we do
know now: Our present stock consists
of clothing made from all-wool fabric.
While our stock lasts you have the op-
portunity of providing for your future
clothing needs at very much less than
you will have to pay later for inferior
merchandise. The advantages of this
foresight should be evident to everyone.
223 South Main
Isabel Trust Dissolved.
NEW YORK Oct 8. The Woven
Isabel Manufacturers association
charged by the government with vio
lating the anti-trust law was dis-
solved by United States Judge Hand
with consent of the defense in tne
federal court here today. The govern
ment alleged that the association con-
spired to monopolize and restrain
made yeatcrilay following th meeting held
In the Red Cross room in th public library.
Mrs. Jana E. Delano head of the nnrslng
officers. And tho meeting was held
behind the closed doors of a warehouse
A sea of blossoms golden as the glow
Of morning sunlight on a wtna-
Heneath the breexe of this rai
Heaves In soft undulations to and fro.
Like incense floating o'er tho marsh
Come fragrant odors of the late-
Heyond In harmony of green aim
The graceful tamaracks tower iti
And wading thru the glimmering
waves with song
Vpon his Hps a fair-haired youth
Who swings off the saffron blossom-bell.
Hack roll tho years a melancholy
And 1 behold In sea-girt Welly
Theocritus amid the asphodels.
..rvlre and I ii Myrtle Hatch addretsei
tha attemblv of nurtea. Plana war made by
the nurses present to give a portion of their
tlm to th overseeing of th cutting of
FltOM TTI TO IXKXMOTlVE
Washerwomen II nd l'loosantcr Occu
pation (leaning Englnr.
The Newsastlo (Fa.) washerwomen
who are said to be fleeing their posi
tion of honor behind the washtub for
the scrubbing of locomotives In the
railroad roundhouses cannot realty be
blamed. There Is not much satisfac
tion to a sensitive artistlo nature in
the laundering of shirts and petti
coats of luncheon cloths and lingerie
which people not any bettor than
yourself will not hesitate to throw
Into the tub again within the week
To sink Into the vernacular what are
they all but so much Cit7 Wneieas
thero is a positive achievement in
cleaning up a locomotive. You got It
all dressed up and It has a hundred
ulacea to go to. Tho whole world
stops at the railroad crossing while
tho work of your hands goes roaring
by: little children In country roady
stare bewilderedly at this mad thing
that tears thru their vision once or
twice a day; women with tired faces
wish they were riding behind It and
no mo ancient horses are still afraid
of it. Even the motor has to wait for
It to roar thru the gates. The fireman
and the engineer and all their sooty
roou are the only reckless spirits left
on the road traveled buccaneers who
think nothing of going to Chicago
and to whom family life la no tnrov
thug chain. Who would not prefer
the nollshlng of their huge steel
horses to the starching of children's
dressua for that upstart Mrs. Hi own T
Matter Enough. '
broke up the grocery ly-
situation was too
II once was considered a rolllcklnx
To speak of the farmer as being
The farmer has money the farmer
He Is the employer of numerous
The best of earth's product he has
ror Ms tneais .
He owns quite a bevy of automobiles.
If he Is a "hick" then I'm teiiing
I'd ak nothing better than Just being
trade in woven labels hangers tabs
and similar articles attached to hats
underwear coats and other clothing.
The defendants named In the govern-
men's dissolution suit included about
thirty Individuals and ten corporations.
Her Investment Tloldexl Twentyfold.
It ED W1NCJ. Minn. 'Oct. 8. In
1911 Miss Edith Kasaing then super-
intendent of the girls' training school
here Invested (3000 lit one hundred
shares of Bethlehem Steel. Recently
she disposed of the stock for 860000 y
according to word received here. Miss
K a Ming now Is superintendent of the
Pennsylvania state school for girls at
M organza 1'a.
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