Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 8, 1917 Page: 4 of 14
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TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8 1917
THE TULSA DAILY iVORLD
OFFICIAL CI'IY AVO COl'NTV rAPKIt
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ri'liK.NK initios Kililor
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IiKMIIKk'oK r 1 1 K ASSIM IVIKH rill-.HS
Th Amorlt...l I'i"t i fi-lii"'"ly mi'lllfJ
to Ih im for r.'iiiit'liiniioii ol nil in-fi .'
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BF.COMINO A DAD.
Old wcitnrn ki Hint in'ii dun' I
Ih l.mii thru wliiih ll mi'lli'in "
And irvb! Hint l tni. d 'l
1 tiiw 1' nivt-r slmll lorisft
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Ami waii'ii i'T in" '" .rr..-.
I win uuHtnira mid Hi' " ' i""1' duwn
HfCHiin I mw Hi" dui'lnr Irnwn
And knew hoioiid Hi" slilit--.t di'iil't
Ho wlflltd lo' KUodnvM I'd il'liv out.
I walki-d I'll" Hi" J rd '
And liink aiiili lo lii'iir li"r I lure
Anil li"'t the liiirs-. an mini an ll
My world n H"l ''I l''i""l "
And wlifn 1 tiii'vl i.mi d i UK .-f-li
(If riiiiholktiini llut ' mid T.in li
Into my Mini and hlri'iittlun
I' or driiny lmn' inai t"
"1 ! ' ' that ai .ill
ui... ...l.l ii. ..I in I. ..Ml down Hi" i'".
"I'lORrmsinu iii"ly." n: Ini'K in""'.
And It'll mo Hut to .au t (lour.
4 ml onrti Ihn imrm .mhi" "nl I" l'u'e
Kir Kilii"llliii: thai li"'l 1 n inii'lneai
And 1 Ihal had hf n (frowliiK hold
Then Ml my hlond rrow Iry cold;
And fi'iir'a nt"rn '-lull awpt ovi-r mo
I al' inl and wai.'hed mid tri'd Ui are
J in I what it a i.h" i:mi" I" K' I.
I hivfii't l"atind Ihut mint yet.
I hall h"li"v Hint nnii-" in J I'll
Waa adiliiin find t my "'K'n
And takinK an unholy git'"
From limn to time In turlbrmf ir..
Then eilenrel To her room I rit
And wa Infoiiiifd Hi" do'tor al'i'tl
The dnitor al'i'tl ih vit- ons th"t.
Uiili' nl'" at di ilh'a iloop hiavi'lv fnii(lit
And aiiffi-ri'd unt.ild anenli'li d" I'
Tli din-tor lulli'd hlmiirlf to kI.-.i..
1 looked and aw him BtHt'h.d cut Hat
And rould havo killrd Ihn man for that.
Thrn norni-iit lirok" and oh III" Joy
With dawu thire rain to ua our boy
And in a l"ii.ni HHl while
1 went In there and law hrr amllfil
J mnt ha Innk"d a huinnn wrt'ik
Mr rollar willed at the neik
Xiv hair awiv. m f" ilurta drawn
fih nil t lie jlfrrinfr 1 had horn.
HIi lojkcd at in aud aoftly aid
"If 1 wer" lou I'd KO lo hrd
ll.T'a aa tie l.i'tnrtT irt I know
Mi trnvilrd thrj th al of "
jlut now wh"ii "inrn folka r"..ill
Th pi'ln and anginali of it all
I anar them In manniT mid.
"H'i no elnih to benm a dad.'
KPUAK A. til'FST.
Have ycu Blk-noJ the foml oleile?
Those Christ man pm-kancs for the
eoldicrs-Kct thetn In the mall early.
Thus far we lutvo not hear J of Cali-
fornia BtaKinB a ratriinless day.
Corn nuiffins lire mli;hty ron1 for
hieakfast. l'at tlutii srwial tlnu-s x
lvcok ami ht-lp win the war.
"Glorify the Humt'le l'olalo." pays
a heailllnc. llnniMo potato? How
intu'h will a sptul have to rout before
tt einet'Koa from the huiiil'lo cIiibh?
With r.ritaln. Franoe America nn.l
(leiinany all bnllillns: hurriedly for
air supremai y next spriiiK cpry times
Bcom to he Just ahead.
TnrH prohibition prohibit. nd duos
tho bono dry law help the Bitimtlon
any? I'P In Kansas the other day an
nil plane Is raid to hae l ollided with
While those wooden-soleil urines
may be a trifle unhandy at first we
limit: i no the lernians w ill fun one i on-
Holat'.on In them. They can Kirk their
prisoners much more effectively.
He prepared to subscribe to the T.
M. C. A. war relief fund Wednesday
November H. One hundred and ten
thousand dollars Is to bo sought In a
single day. Tulsa will!
The fact that the American army Is
short of captains and majors should
not be construed to mean that there
are no men who feel they are capable
of filling the shuts of captain or a
They took a senatorial mi aw vote In
Kansas recently and .stubbs ran sec-
end to Cupper. Fhil'bs be it tinder-
stood. Is not an announced candidate
altho the result of the straw vote may
cause the crimson headed brother to
shake a leg.
"A woman In the wnithern part of
Kaiishs" announces the Chnnuto Trlb.
line "named her twin dauithtem Gas.
ollne and Kerosene. The old man's
name Is Pete ltoleuni. The man who
marries into this family probably will
strike oil. out we should think that
sparking In that neighborhood would
be a dangerous pastime. Later a man
named Naphtha popped to one of the
girls and has not Benzine since."
m: York is safi:.
The election of J.ilni I'. ilylan a
iii.'iynr if .Now York city Tii"iluy Ii
ir. mi wise 1 1 1 mi it i -1 1 1 1 In loyal
A n i i'l i1 ;i i is who have kept In loin li
with lint Mtn.itlnn.
Ilylan was the Tammany r'i ml I '1 ;i te
he wax the Hearst candidate. T h'mr
two fat-tori may c 1 1 1 I I o his el'f :cli-iicy
as Mayor ami liny nriy not. but lim.it
n v it rt-t! I v they will not previ nl him
f.'otil artwt.u all I till I tit' .o.-i (.He In
i i: t-v mill. power lo Niiii'.rliiir tin'
-..'i-l lilm-nt Nll.l upholding tin-
of 1 1 10 president.
J.ilin I'urr.iy .M it li I i!-IVi!...
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i m:i I .
1 1 la in
i. br i n
I si If. I If was ! t . I mayor
' a nl i 'I'.i in in'i n v plat form ami Mi
i i i u j Ii . In ii w of mi Ii; ' - i n t
i .in n'-i liis s' c ini:f-t alls' was V
II. I e:i' -.t. I : J t Mo Pnoll'T lllil Ii
1 to office t 111 n lie pi i ."I him -
si If i p" ii a ii'il'I'-n pi ti li ami nn-
pi.ii in -I in i in hs if nut in wiiI'iIm
ih.it li' v.. is fli ani r I'l-lti't' 1 1 ii.l ri 1 1 r k
i Hi it-iit 1 1 : ii anv of those who It- t o. I
Mm. I le i i f'is' 1 In appoint It; office
niiv of the fnllnuiiH of. Hearst ami
Immediately Incurred the er.li ily of
the publisher. At nil times he poscl
as a "holier than thou" offc I..I. Yen
either agreed with him and hlu poli-
cies or you were corrupt. No one wan
1'iveii the hem fit of the doiilit.
The people of the Pulled States did
not hear all of the eritielsinH of
Mit.-bel Hint the citizens; iif .'"w Y"i U
henitl. They did not unilerslainl it
when the liepuhlnan party in minuted
a m. in tililned liennett as their eaiull-
tlate for mayor over Mltthel. They
wcio confused all the. more whin pic-
lures were published shuwI'iK great
crowds iihoul the city hall "tlemand-
iiii;" that Mit. hi I run as an Unit pinl-
ent lanill late. Then camo Thcotbire
lioosevi It - the same KoohiacII who
a few years ago also decided he was
1 igger than his party ami likewise
i nine Justice lliiL;lie.'i and Kliliu l;ool.
I nch of them pliniKed Into Ihe cam-
paign with all the enthusiasm aud ma-
inly nml vindictive nt his command.
They presented to New York Voters
this issude: "Vote for Mitotic or you
vote fur Germany." It was I ho pet-
tiest kind of political chicanery nml
MitchN fell rkht In for It and boldly
proclaimed lo his constituents that hi
V. us the only I'l liuine unadulterated
Amerlt ui 111 the race nml tha to elect
anybody but himself would be to tur'i
New York iiur to the nation's enemy.
Many well-thinking tmt. misinformed
individuals about the country took It
for grunted that all this pul.acr was
true hut pot the voters of N'el; York.
They thot for themselves ami they
oted as their eoiisclences dictated."
Ho the Flag still floats over the city
The statue of liberty means as much
today us It did day before yesterday.
With Ilylan nt the helm New York
will hold Its place nt the foiefront of
ftnlwart patriotic American cities and
New York and the nntlon will find I'
Indeed they have not already fuun.l.
that there Is more than one good man
In that vast city who Is eupnlilo of up-
holding the traditions of a gieat anJ
aghi:i :i rou on:.
The I'ally Oklahoman editorializes
at some length In eulogy of James J.
McGrnw. Republican national commit
teeman from this state on account of
the stand he has taken with reference
to the alleged ltepubllcan-Soclallst fu-
sion In connection with tho fair elec
tion law squabble. Tho Oklahomnn Is
iiulto right. We heartily arec wlt'n
every word It utters upon this sub
ject. "Mr. McGraw's position is the
position of an American" says the
(iklahnman "for tho Socialist party
Is a disloyal un-American organiza-
tion. It has formally gone on record
to that effect. It Is ugalnst the war.
It Is against tho government. It is
the tool of kalserlsm. It Is a vlperlsh
seditious thing." And again we quite
npreo with our contemporary. The
World took a decided stand upon this
subject when the distasteful subject
was first broached prior to the elec-
tion. Iietter never have a change In
election laws than to attempt a part-
nership with the Socialists to realize
the aim. we said. This paper has
never approved of tho fight (lint has
1 een golnjr on ever since the election
and neither has Mr. McGrnw who
stands as the foremost exponent of
Republicanism in Oklahoma today.
The World has opposed the disgrace-
ful. Ill-advised collusion with the So-
cialists at every turn. In theso col-
I'tiins we hnvo fought It and the edi-
tor of this paper opposed It in Repub-
lican meetings by word of nmutii from
Those who have tried t' git close t'
th' producer have also got next V
him. It seems like Jest as soon as a
woman gits two or three little chil-
dren she begins t' travel.
Hy WALT MAHON
A let of ua old ftu wli am ton (ray
to f li-ht. alt r nun I anil amok our aUii
and jahhrr day and nlfht. W tall about
Ui" at-rai l'lnf wa d do if w war jrountf
we'd ki-iitl tliu 1'ruMiiau yapping with bma-
h. I in bin I ii 1 1 ir V"'d prod foea In tha
Mo'narha with i'amlnir aword and lam"
and nil" our d'-ad lu nuiiuiioika upon the
tli pluina ot Fraur". Ami huw w roitt th"
tri.'n.(t win. ili.o nut H't-k thi fray who a
fjiiutiiiir tllR or Klplinir atill nlh"ri march
Kin. I I- hk iii unit it.-iii an niyal wlo
tailiil all tliu turn a" a'u '" ilnrvnt . I
III" 1 liililrrn Hi Ji l. at H. Hut W lii-n Wfl I"
n k ...I i.t.lil"ly to dip up for a ImiihI ami
)"i'i llilni- iftnnK lililly cut y outler and
l'-..nl. vli"ii u-ii.l lo ni nistam-f' wit
t-n'll.ii!v i'i .-a!l i-r n.u- iiumn in th.. ilihtan.-"
nn.l hilt" l.i I...! un all Vt.ii raniiiit trur
iih it.di-r liu- nirlii w ml fioin hit Mml Ihn mia"r
frmii Iiih i. ili.il ! tin Ki'l'l hl'l. I: fllilil l.in
uimI iiIi. inlli ik i ii.-.ip in.d fillinjr w ad
in. him-' Hi" fh'i:; hut u.k ua for a idilllilil
an.l hi-" iik wilt uml kin !
1 1 "P . i win 1" J T (iroiK. MhiiI i k Ailiuiis)
the very liegiu.iiing. And now of all
times must we declare oursiivr.:. So-
cialism Ik ii u-A merlca n. I'ai inership
with iSotialism is giving unl ami com-
fort to the cniiiniiiti enemy. Tho
sooner we scrape the slime of the
transaction fmiii our skirts ami cast
the whfile nuss into olilnnm the
nearer will be the day of a i e'lllatlon
of the lofty Ideals fur which tin- bel-
ter type of citizens in this coniuion-
wealtli are striving.
l'nlfor mi ty In
dress bus nov.' been
advocated by t ll e
superintendent o f
our city schools.
According to the
school ripiiter th
After h" saw the young women
n odi Is arrayed In the raiment of sim-
1 holly mid uniformity.
Then after the enthusiasm had sub-
sided sufficiently In' allowed that
Nomethiii!' of the sort should be fixed
up for tl.c boys.
Far be It from us to
w ati-r on I lie phi 11.
In fuel. We are willing to d.j all w
can to abet the program.
It ii t before the superintendent
waxes too enthusiastic.
Or outlined a rule for the buys to
Wo wish to announce that the boys
when all dressed nlil;e are not gnln'
to create 11s much enthusiasm as the
This should be understood.
We have called their attention to
Whereupon wo refuse to be held re-
sponsible if the program is o.rrletl
And the boys do not look as swrM
as the girls -
On the other band we are ut a loss to
son. what M i t of n uniform tin y would
fix up for the boys.
That could poll as many as eight
We don't believe It can be d ine.
Altho we might lie fooled.
I.Ike a lot of people were over tin
New Y ork election.
They thot that Mitchell would br
And that Tammany didn't have a
Put according to tho telenraph Mr
Ilyland polled something like 140.000
more votes than his nearest opponent.
Still the boys might take to the In-
novation. Like a duck takes to water.
Then aaln they might not.
And' If we were betting any real
money on tho outcome.
Wei would take the "might not" end
of the mot.ey.
I We Must Win the War
Must Vsr Old Miii'hlncry.
A grer.t shortage can be expected In
machinery nec'iiiling to Information
submitted to the Oklahoma Slate
Council of Pefense which Is appealing
to farmers to repair their old Imple-
ments p.Tlnt them up keen them tin-
ner shelter If posslblo and expect to
use them not only nex but possibly
for several years at least during the
Women Kept .'icing Men
larger industries thruout Oklahoma
have nlrea.lv begun to train women t
tnke the places of men In offices pi
factories and In stores. Those busi-
ness houses that already have fore-
seen tho approaching scarcity of la-
bor will weather the storm that Is
coming. Others may not. A woman
should be In training now for every
place that women can fill. The State
Council of lWense predicts thai wo-
men will soon be doing a largo part
of work in stores factories banks and
Co-operative harvesting must re-
duce the demand for harvest hands to
a minimum declares the Oklahoma
State Council of Pefense and farmers
should plan now to take care of next
year's crop. Imperially those 'who
live In districts where wheat Is net the
only crop should protect themselves
by arranging now with their neigh-
bors to help In the harvest field.
IiOcatp SoI Vow.
The wise farmer will locate anl
Purchase his field seed now before
the outside market has had time to
gather in any surplus Okluhoma may
have. Next year's demand frir fornje
crop seed will be greater than ever
before the defense council believes.
It Is urging farriers to ohtaln now not
only field seed but KOfdon seed where
i---1' V iff
m ak v. aui I
Ada Is going to declare a holiday
when a certain freight train arrives.
The city has been feeling a sugar
shortage for several days and all Us
Inhnbafants are looking eagerly for the
urrlval of u rat-load which has been
on tho way from California for three
Muskopee Informs the world thru
the IiioetiU that her suffrages are
Jii"t as militant as any of them. Any
political machine originating In Mus-koK'-e
hud lust as well be equipped
with an aggressive suff -starter.
Clyde (lelst who has dono sonio
baseliiilllng In the Western association
was mar-Hod in Kill. I Sunday to Miss
Chloita Wllkorson of that city.
Stu-ii-t Sorvlis'rs Siiipom-J Iiiiiimciii. i
Wanted -- .Men for secret service
work. Kxpeiience unnecessary. Ail
in Knltl I hilly New s.
Likely Thry Hue Away.
Reward i'l'i for Information con-
cerning the parties who shot the
chimney from my house. Herman
I'ersonnlly the editor of this col-
umn wishes It were not necessary to
staiiiU by our allies to the extent that
our ' newspapers look like theirs
l'rlntetl on a blue-gray paper the
llartlesville Kntirprlse looks Just like
the London Chronicle.
The cooing of the. dove In Kurope
cannot lie heard for the shrill Insist-
ent note of the Whip-poor-Wllhelin
quips the Knld ICagle.
Ci Ui New in Hrief
MARKIAfiK b""naa wflrn Uanrd yaaterriav
li .liihn W. K"iin"dy. at( .'17 and lo-ori-ia K.
1 1 ;i rriM nice
"7 w.tl SI .I....L
V. C. MOUrUS. arr"'"d Tnesdav evening
at th lo.-al I V. W hradi.iartra. wn
railed lii-for th inunir'pal rourt y'r'l..y
iifti-rminii to aiHW"r to a "harr of varricirv
I'piiu hi" riurnt th i-niii wn continued
ii 11 1 i 1 thi nTti-moon at 4 o'clock.
A CITY hulldlnu i.Ttnlt waa lK-tu"d y"i-Icr-I'tv
lo Ih T11U11 Itialtv company for th
"t-i'i'tiiin at 'JIH'M South Hnlilt-r of a tvn-j
m:.--- nnir" 0111 in 1 11 1- niui-n '.ill mir w ' It -1
ri.iiinVlid in "tecs of $lti0'i(i. l'!aim nn-l
sp. ci f j 1 a'inna have h""n cti in irlrt -I for ihe
sirn.'tiir and ita rct:on will Imjrin at one.
J. J .IOXF.8 a negro who waa rnn-jht by
tin- offprra with i.n ahiun'ilnc" of wet irnoilt
ill Iiih p.mc ssinn. wa trie I in th ro-inty
court yesterday .ni (In. eiiilence pr.idt'i-"d
lv the proei-ution r"uiti in a f r 1 1 -n ' i of
thirty .!nv in th county jail for J. J. .1. '
WILLIAM IMIOSUN th Tniing whit man
of llepew who waa ar-n:(n"d before l'nitt-1
Stfiti-a ('n'uiiiiKiioni.r John li. Wilkina Tu.'v
ilav on a clniri!" of hiijf a utacker u na at
tpiilteil hy th temiiiiKiiiiiner yetitcril.-iv morn-
inif and permittd to return lu Ilia home.
rXDKR TIIK aupe-vision of A. M. Welch
agent of th TuIkr Unman aucietv all th
it. mill of the County liritutioii Home were
vft-t-innlit yetderthtr afternoon bv local" phy-
ncian for Kcarlet fever. Hi Vapid iner.ia
in th number of acnrlet fevar raaea in th i a
citv mail aurh atep on th part of th
hutnan n rent neces-iy Jjq daclared. t
property protect the livea of th children
now maiiitain.-d In the home.
A MFFTINO of th flrmen' penal in
hoard. cnmpnd of .faior J. II Simmons.
lily Auditor Newkirk Captain Wood ainl-J
r. ei-irn-ian Aorria waa v held yeatmlav af-
ternoon in Ihe cilv hull at which time' mat-
ter relative to th pavmentinf penhiina lo
th families of the itia rfr-nn recniy
killed in the Mayo builili-rg fire were d'a-
READS TULSA WORLD; THEN
SENDS CANE TO CITIZEN
Com let in Salem (Ore.) IYiillcntmry
Makcs a I'iiIihio
Janes If. Grndy convict No. 7322
In tho Snlem (Ore.) penitentiary
read Tho Tulsa World and decided to
send a ("ne that he had made to a
prominent local cltl-r.cn. The cano ar-
rived yesterday. It Is made of paper
and "hows exceptionrlly clever handi-
work on the part of the convict. It
will be auctioned off in the lobby of
Hotel Tulso tonight at S o'clock and
the proceeds will be sent to Grady.
Grady's letter accompanying the
"Mr. Wade C. Whiteside. Tulsa
Okl.i. Iiear Sit Having rend In The
Tt.'-a Worbl of your luck In the Miami
district nnd being a miner myself
am taking tho liberty of waiting nml
also sending you a beautiful walking
cane made from paper. I know this
Is presumptuous on my part- being a
stranrer to you but ns I am without
friends or money I thought perhai s
you might lend a helpinrr hand to ono
who is trying to help himself. I am
doing the penalty for brenking the
In".- from 2 to S years. Tho cane is
made by pressing p.ipet firmly on a
one qunrter-tnch steel rod cutting It
down to desired size and polished.
The handle is Inlaid silver. Yours
.lames li. firadj."
AMERICA MUST HELP ITALY
Coal and ;rnln In Abundance Must
Ho Supplied at Onco.
ROME Monday Nov. li. Com
menting on Italy s needs In the pres
ent erltlonl situation the Popolo Ro
niano urges efficient help from the
1 nitoii states if help Is to come from
that source now Is the time sayn the
ne vspapcr. Italy It says Is resisting
and will resist but she must have as
sistunce and that within certain lines
In order to be. effective as without
grain and coal abundantly supplied
she can not win.
"It Is time that the sJlies quit mak-
ing such mistakes as at the. Dar-
danelles and In the Ralkans." It adds
"and finally understand th Impor-
tance of Italy's front"
EIGHT STATES "OVER TOP"
Iuisiana I-oadi AU In Food riodge
Campaign With S9 Per CVnt.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 7. Eight
states have pastied their goals In the
food administration's family enroll-
ment tor food conservation during the
war and reports to headquarters here
tonight aliow that nine others have
enrolled more than 60 per cent of
their families I .a test reports showed
total enrollment for the nation ot
Louisiana leads all states In tha per-
cent h go of fa ml Ilea enrolled Ita fig-
ures being I.
Past Itrvd at Afton.
Special to The World.
AFTON Okla. Nov. T. The roadt
of Ottawa county are In about the
dustiest Caindltion they have ever been
In at this time of the year. A rain
has been needed badly for 'nearly a
month now and the dry spell and
heavy hauling of grain and hay -and
the :large amount ot traveling In auto-
mobiles has cut the roads up con-
MIAMI SOON TO BE
SUPREME IN MINING
Speaker of Oklahoma House
Predicts Wonderful Future
for Fast Growing Town.
"Miami will soon be to the zinc and
lead mining Industries what Tulsa is
to the oil Industries."
' Tills was the prediction made yes-
terday by Paul Nestbitt of MeAlester
speaker of the sixth house of repre-
sentatives Mr. Neshltt stopped in
Tulsa fur a few hours while on his
way to Pauls Valley where he will
address a meeting of live stock men
of that town.
"it is the chief dtfslre of my life
right now and should be of every truo
Oklahoman to see Miami recognized
all over tho world as the center of
the mining Industry" Mr. Neshltt con-
tinued. "The progress that lias been
made Is remarkable but I think even
this will bo yttiipsed by future devel-
opments. "From a small area ten miles by
five is now mined 65 per cent of the
zinc produced in the Pnlted States.
At the present rate this percentage
will be Increased. 0 '
"Joplln sneered for several years nt
Miami's audacity In getting Into the
mining game. Jt was even Insisted
that the Oklahoma fields would not
last. Hut .loplin Is now taking keen
notice of the developments in tho
northeast corner of the state."
Mr. Neshltt plans to open an of-
fice in Miami soon and develop some
leases he has near there. At present
the rapid growth of the town has
made it impossible for him to secure
WHITE SATIN GOWN BEST '
FOR SINGING SHE THINKS
Aiiiih Case Who Is Coming to Tulsa
Relieves in Wearing
I'ictly Clothes. .
Anna Case tho charming soprano
of the Metropolitan opera company
who will appear here on November
ut Convention hall is another concert
snd operatic stir who takes a firm
stand forirotty clothes. "One must
work out the style which best suits
the ii'divld.ial type" says Miss Case.
"The woman who doesn't know should
find a designer rt'ho will tell -her what
she should wear. For myself I prefer
go-.vps of the modified Grecian style
or with tho long straight line of the
I geptian costume. In the latter mode
T find lines in perfect hai mony with
the concert artist's work: It Is digni-
fied and nttlslic in perfect keeping
with the simplicity that should char-
acterize the appearance of an artist
with seriour: work to perform."
In colors Miss Case prefers white.
"A white satin made very plainly is
Ideal for most singers" she says "and
it lends Itself beautifully to nil bacj-
grounds. 1 take off my hat to I.egin-
skn for her stand because she has the
cournre of tier convictions. If she Is
sure that her simple little black vel-
vet Is tho right thing for her she
should wear it."
Clothes ere not the bite noir to the
singer that they once were. Miss Case
bidices because artU.ts today are not
t-o 'elf-intlulstent as in former times
"Women artists have taken up ath-
letics thev swim and walk nnd ride
nnd play tennis. Consequently they
retain their fignres and do not have
to present to their dressmakers the
appalling problem of making a large
woman appear slight ami willowy. Wo
juive very few hothouse artists now
- 100 Acres Produces $12000.
Sncial to Th World.
SHAMROCK. Okla.. Nov. 7. As
evidence of the fertility and vers.itil
Ity of Oklahoma soil the following is
In point: AVilliam Ritterbusch for
nicrly a Stillwater business man re
tired to his farm and this spring
planted one hundred acres In cotton.
When the plants were about a foot In
height a hailstorm completely de
stroyed It and ns it was too lote to
replant he sent for an agricultural
bulletin from the Oklahoma Agrleul
tural college at Stillwater and after
reading about various lato crop pros-
pects decided upon broom corn. He
had never raised any of this crop but
decided to have a try at It and planted
the cotton ground to broom corn. He
lias Just harvested his crop and hnled
It and It will bring him In excess of
$12000 at present prices.
Cigar Factory for Couimorce.
Special to Th" World.
COM MERCK Okla. Nov. 7. Pick
Gibson tins moved his cigar factory
from Miami to Commerce where he
Is now located In the building south
of the Ruth hotel. Mr. Gibson moved
to Commerce on account of the prom-
ised support of the Commerce mer-
chants. Three men are now employed
In the factory and more" will be added
as soon as the trade can he worked up
and the cigars-introduced.
21 Stortu ofSoltd Comfort
"V Votrl f frrtVrt nrtr"
"Jn llr Mtt ut tip) bay"
Ptnooal Manjmmnt of Harry C Molr
Clmrk and Uadt$on Strttt
Rates: Raft: : fi$&f1.8
OUcttya'a WotuUr lUttaurant
But Terrace Garden U more
than rwUunnL JUsapii- .
iarleu MnpUhtwtra with (r-
nee upon tetrace all in oe.
cant nnn leading up from
th tea Unk and lb stag
KnUrMnmml w fflgw tmt
In these balmy days
a light-weight "topper'
is just the thing.
In our immense stock
of fine overcoats
you will find plenty of light-
We have seen to it
that the quality and
style shall repre-
resent the best money can
buy. That's our reputation
$15 to $40
' Mad bris ky
: ;LlwSlrrVTri. -!
K. li. of S. Fleet Officers.
Sparial to Th World.
t'UM.M F.RCK Okla. Nov. 7. The
officers for the coming year of the
Knights and Ladies of Security were
elected at their last meeting. Com-
merce has a good chapter of the K.
L. of S. and are adding new members
continually to their rapidly growing
lodge. The officers arc R. R. Keller
president; Mrs. M. Murphy vice-president;
A. V. Neece second vice-president;
Mrs. Gamble prelate; Mrs. Fan-
nie Walker second vice-president;
Mrs. Gamble prelate; Mrs. Fannie
Hants and Herbs fiivelife
A medicine made from plants and
herbs is Nature's own remedy. It
contains the active positive forces
that dead thinps cannot impart. S. S. .
is a blood purifier made of "the active
live ingredients.' It contains no mineral or
metallic substances for the body is opposed
to these substances. S. S. S. is a blood puri-
fier that is Nature's otj. -
1? oe" The Blood
This wonderful blood tonic does away with
deep-seated blood impurities. It treats the
. cause not the effect As a consequence it
. relives boils ecteraa and skin eruptions by
removing the underlying causes. It does this
without clogging up the body with mineral
drugs. If you are troubled with any of the
other numerous diseases that may come from bad blood
cc Sh Iheumisra. catarrh malaria try a bottle ol
a. a. a. Do not let your druggist or anybody persuada
you to accept a substitute. -
Interesting Book Free
Out edlwl department has prepared Several Interesttnc '
booklets which tell about your blood and its diseases
and dijordors. We have arranged to distribute these to
thepublic. If you will send for your copy -w will be
glad to mall It to you with our compliments. Specif
w 5! p!ullcu'lr trouble yon want to know about Our
medical department Is at your service without anvcharira
whauoever. Write os plainly and fianklv.
g SWIFT SPECIFIC CO BlSattlsJUasj
StTOT SPECIFIC CO
f ' ' "'an.
' B ro t h e r 6VT
Walker financier; R. Covert secre-
tary; Mrs. Maude Keeler conductor;
and J. A. Allen drill master. Two of-
fices are yet vacunt but these will be
elected or appointed at the next regu-
Pay Your Water Hill.
Your water bill Is now due and
must be paid -on or before the loth
or service will be discontinued or
penalty added. This is your last
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