Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 126, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 14, 1914 Page: 4 of 10
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H'U U K
THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 14 mil
THE TULSA DAILY WORLD
V iRU) I'UOLISHIKG CO
World Uuildiiic Tulsa. Acta
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M.iii i. iug Editoi
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mi: REPUBLICAN tONVl-NlloN AND
NEW Vi IRK iFFICE 129 Fifth Avenue
HARKY C GRIFFITH Manager
CHICAGi ' i iFFICE 1648 People' Gm
I i iR VCE M F RD Muafer
KANSAS CI rv i iFFICE 106 Gumbel
i SCAR G. U W U .S. Manager
Entered in ilu Tnlsa I'ostoflice o Second
v h Mail.
Ian h r m Tulsa
Circulation revpartitietit IGfJQ
So it t v Editor
Lincoln more's the nit v.
Wonder if old John Hull would
ma . ati.il as .1 pea offt hhk i
Private lift- has had no effect on the
roiiiTi of former Senator "Joe" Bailev
There are people w ho
npeeded up than the congressional machinery.
And anyway what's a little thing like platfi
lank when it clashes with something desired
Horrors of the w.ir in the Balkan- look quite
nnhl when compared with recent brutal stunts of
pti s.ud it. other suspe ted that
wrong eitj in this country without
o( 1 .i ers hehunl it."
By a vote of .' to 23 the senate indicated doubt
of the financial stability if not the integrity of the
negro agricultural colleges.
That $25000000 appropriation for roads isn't
of itself alarming except a a w better of rural ap-
petite for congressional coin.
The republican convention in Tulsa thii wttck
was an cnthuaiastii gathering. Ii was designed as
a i. i toi iim meeting and the platform wm
f ran ted for the purpose of carrying out that idea
Jt watt t lie intention thai all of the deserters should
be brought bach to the reservation that all of the
recalcitrants should be wooed to their ancient an
chorage and that the) could find a home m the
house of the fathers That appears to have beet)
the chief consideration of 1 1 committee which pre.
pared the platform
The platform covers everything from the bo
ginning of nine to the resurrection from the birth
of the world to the death of the devil. It it serves
its mi i n nuisi be accepted with the best grace
possible .and if it serves its purpose u will be stv
othei illusii .ition of the stois that platforms were.
4(Xj niadi Ui catch I'otca that the) were made to ct
in on and get out on and not to stand on.
'i tin- wm ui ha- never believed in clap-trap it
1 11 . 1 I I'l 111 MM 11 Mll'lll llll'. M II.IS MOll i it -
iQujlieved in dodging an) issne It believes in the
square deal m the open face in the assert at ion of
principles which are vital and which affect the tap
ten t oi .ill the people. The World believes I hat
a clean cut an emphatic declaration of the crook-
edness which is known to exist in II of the de-
partment! of the state government i slum simple
dclaration precise in its specifications definite in its
charges would have infinitely preferable to the
document tdiich nine from the commitles1 and
win i: was .nloitnl b) the luiu eniioii. Bui possibly
the exigencies of politics require that some clap-
trap be enunciated and exploited. We are not
enough acquainted with the situation to know about
these things. Bin we do know that socialism does
not appeal to the sober second thought of the
people of this state and it will never tinpeal to them.
In that manner and to that degrae we believe 'bat
rather see the pie output republican part) of this state h.ts nude s mis
take because it there is an) socialist who can object
to tbje principles in the platform prepared night be-
lofi last u-e are inclined In the holief thai I. i In
- . v
to be incarcerated in that institution which the
st. ne provides for the feeble minded and the in-
sane. All the hull mooters ought to be satisfied
in fact everybody ought to be able to find some-
thing to which he can igsee in the platform.
I wo years ago when the bull moose promul-
gated their national platform the socialists claimed
that it was siicn from them and it rcm.i ino t fr
No Reasonable Offer
Make Your Kisses As J
sW TTT U A W T tt MLTA
welcome as i ou: m
Purify your breath
instantly of tobacco
vegetable or other
wxw-y v vim
cent tin Pan
e republican --late ronvtnlinn in ( llrlathnmn wlii.li
met in Tulsa Thursday to steal it back again If
anything left that either the socialists or
lave heen huuuinu to their hnantna as
dear to their hearts It would reiiuire ft
search warrant to locate it If the ntMie rciuihlican
uid then in tlie platform it is an
Posibl) Senator ltorah may hav
dential boom in mmd when he sa
have talked too nuiih already."
unit their like
r .in out of
which imsm to in' more
Willing a In; n
Unless the) pushed the button as told voting by
electricit) in the house might not please some folks
as well as the present method
nious as p. c. Burleson is to boost the
none) order business he has not authorised post-
masters io hold marked down s;des.
Wilson probabl) passed the cane of Andrew
Jackson presented to him along to a museum he
cause he had no use lor a "big Stick
l hma has the smallest per capita nations
of am l.uce ocuntrv yet has not found it necessan
to adopt restrictive immigration laws
I'lii' .Michigan miner who worked
ilnl not occur now and ihen in the platform ii is an f'"' " """"" "nd "u" "wd h" oom"
ovi u ai oi one oui oi a iiiiiuireii voters oculd (hat he did get board and r
tell what political nam it iwimmkIi I f .! h'" hlUo
the intention in this way io eliminate the hull
moose ti could not have gone further unless it had
adopted the name progressive and thrown in a
teu extra swipes at the republican parte and its
recora 01 ai ine eineui. h leavis nothing unsaid ''"'I u day. bul tr 1 had the
thai tin most rabid insurgent has ever thought of.
We are inclined lo think ih.it it is the discarded of-
fering presented to the hull moose convention in
v nicago two years ago when Roosevelt i
mated and when the leaders f the new
No Reason Me. Offer BSSBB' J
Jf V TL ra ..
. m p jpn a j ii relieves neariourn jm
B ViOT5 n 01 flatuence- 11 ST
rf' yi&m ll 1 brightens your teeth 1
Ii aids your digestion J
o- fLLBm J sharpens your jm
Wt .mfiMW appetite.
1m JP. This clean pure f
MMmm f&av healthful gum is the i"
MmmW.L. st. most delicious and .J
vbsisrv w"s. igm mm
Sipuluu luil. arauc In head-
in. iayi "I'ttii lioriis makes t"i
ill .s rn uf lioyii." I.i tK SM CaTl .Mm -
rii w.ip he a ji Ki patanl medicine
vend i oi what .'
I'll (iliinultcee DemoOnU waiiU Ut
know If the new saw naalnet intariook-
inn dlrectoratae wil preyant "Jtiar"
fruiii iniiinK uffiei in iiine different
'llK' " I'Mll nrUlTH.
I opopular thuiinii Charles Webb
Hurpny ii ine i nicaao unx in. mic
li.is 11 admit thai winter l ist I .ill una
i he h"i stove ktacue would oartalnty
be tame sport Without bis unties.
F'hranotoSjiatl declare tiuo dcaih in
' the elci trie ijinir i1 M repulsive hr
I hangfinsf. In taot it is 11 hard nuitier
j to make murder In any fond even
' in Hi Inl murder.' a pleaeini iliver-
i i . jonrtit.
Ii OttgtU to he iome rm-
lefi 1 1 n to wcimiin to know
ti.! In r tight skirts n rm in
have i'en the Inspiration fur the tlgM
patttl that re to be the st;.. for men
tins spring tauthweat American.
oere Weekly ih ipilic mire that
sien.;niphers are better than tin y
sre paintadj and tti Bartleavllte i:x-
amlner ieHbaratety remarks that "We
have all met a few at hast who were
i i all) well painted."
It Is laid that the nil of an onion
will kill the germ of a cold In the
head. I p until ikw. we have bean
unaware of microbes having the pref-
erence over anything but In this In-
stance our vote goes to said mike
without reaervatiofl m equivocation.
ideal to have in the
house for family or
friends. It stays fresh until
used. Be SURE h's WRIGLEV'S.
Look for the spear
BUY IT BY THE BOX
for 85 cents of most dealers
Each box contains twenty 5 cent packages
The office bo) 'f the World u.is
baaed to remark today: 'Huh and dial
I is t nai) i 3 i oug-hta staid home in
Would have pull 1 s)iehn stunt 'nd
mi ooet me five hard Iron men to have
me lamps cleaned out Mo vihats tic
Chew it after every meal A
io effective!) and
hooting wnlven and Imgglng green
iiiuigs a I that one Hoes not have
to go to Braatl to gather "green
II ll reported that one uf Hie emi- genuine is ilend and the bogus I
i in-ill i iiemisis r i ii Unlvereiti 1 rambling about the adidi of Braall
r") 'lul Kansas has heen l.e tu extra i I a ver
so man) cranks wen- present with si many differ I vn.luble oil from corn. They have
ent suggestions that the had to throw them bod-j tZW STLTZ
ll) out oi the COliventiosv- tailed about the matter the hotter
v . . I they are satisfied
s a vote-getting instrument it has every pout
ll 'If loiicoition that cm ili.i. ..( I. I. I Prom the Kanwu I'ltv teain-l
ts"- -" . . . ..
1 vouniry i may Is tllstresainglv
evertasttngl put the hull moose n f Aluuiuun Uncolns. The
llllt-l i ka.at I r ! t .
i . """"i" ni.iM- a tormiaaoie aeni in
the socialists ami attract the iHwitinn i tl .
oi an iitssatistied and disgruntled political oran-1"
il deht i - I 1 iiniu
ItatlOIIS It u does not make the republican party re-electli
The Ohio legislator who eotnplains of being fit
quenth mistaken ior either Wilaon or George Ads
can easil) sioi it bj growing whiskers.
Til for tat. The Adam express
secured a contract to carrv the mails
cit postorhce and railroad station
it is iiaiiic ;o break it. I he frame s perhaps be
lieved it is a long shot anyway and that thev might In tide office
.is well take the chance It it can escape tret tiny!
the horse laugh it ma) be the salvation of the
party in this state
put some good things in platform of such length i i '"1
ana reaunaity but to those oi in who have con-
tended that this coming election was panel) state
nnounce myaelf n candidate for
n to the poattlon of clti audi
tor lubject to tin DemOoratle primar
ies 1 ak year supiort on in leeord
V. B CLINB.
I announce mvaelf a candidate fot
h . o i iv nun am ominiione rrom l'l-
M'iill be impossible not to trlct No I Nbiect to thf Daaiocratle
1 hereby aMIOUnoa inyaelf a can-
didaCI for cotnmtasliuier of Third
vi o ft af I he ii it .- uiiht. I. ih.
between Ilu election and that only matters of local interest arelvvm f ne rasmbUca party.
irger dose to swallow than was I W" P' KINa
Labor must know its job sas th
tin executive committee of the chamber of com-
merce of the U. S. It has to to hereabouts to
of W uisted i involved it is a
expected. It may he that after all platforms have
come not to mean anything and that tbt republican
chairman of r-'"y merely trying to adapt useli to the new
A good dUien of Tulsa upon re-
turniiiK from tiklahoma t'ity the other
day Bald "And they have two police
chiefs over Iherc. which baatjSJ me as
the place la so dead that one man
could act as roundsman detective
sergeant and chl f and then have time
to win ihe city checker champion
At hut Doc Wile; gets a chance to
. . . ! i . -
iiniu oi .11; i icuiiui e wun w men ne
run-ins. has been abolished.
A PERFECT FIGURE OF SPEECH.
Indue T.tfl claims no literary excellence but one
a cnance to smile i lie would seek far to find a more apt or oerfecitlv
f food and drug inspection of the depart ehostn simile than m this sentence- With the
has had many .1. nines Dmvt .i .. .v .i
attitude he occupies antl the Dromifca be makes.
" he is moving toward socialism as certainly as water
The senate interstate commerce committer ' runs down hill." An old expression aWUrodly tt
knows bow to s.ic time It instructed its chairman a little reflection will convince one of its peculiar
to seek Wilson's aid in perfecting the bill to ere-1 appropriateness for the particular purpose of fudge
Me a federal trade commission raft. Water that runs down lull i;cts no credit
' o I for s doing It is merely following ihe course
Executive confidence could ge no farther than of least resistance without effort although it likeiv
the order authorizing Governor Goefhals not will make considerable tplaahing ami gurgling as
only to make all appointments antl fix ail salaries it got " s thitl at water." is an old miile that
Mst to determine the site of the force needed to op one naturally remembers when tin word i
A BE MARTIN
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mm m i
San Antcnlo hnasts thnt she has
l:. 000. 000 to spend on the Improve
ment of her streets. Which sum
hIio.M J he enough to provide tours for 1
the aldermen and their wives this!
summer and still leave a nice sum
for the "boys" to repair their old .
1S13 machines with.
As to the christening of the battle-
ship Oklahoma. It Is our humhle
opinion that whether wine or water ly I
used the good ship and the men thiil
ftn to be on her will always be a I
BredJtt to the state whose name she '
lunre which Is more than can he said
e who are for ever trying lo
raise an agitation.
"Arkansas ttiver Route."
Important Change in
Effective Sunday February r. 1911.
Vor further Ifafortuatioii telephone 268 or 2352.
SANDERSON HAS NOT
BULGARIAN KING COMING
RlSk PsedHWkai Mki II laniily Will
Nit tlu- DaSledl State- ai
I url) Dale
KOrtA Feb. 11. If state affairs
MADE IIP MIND YET
trOT xiioi i.i) BE m POet M.
ok Iff wnii BB n Tin: iu:m-
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lection ami if he decided to enter
race in.u nothing hhoiild huppcn
to brvah off thai friendship.
St. I. mi Ik IsammsSS to Train
ST. LOUTR Feb. 13. Twenty nine
meinhcrs cf the SI. IavuIs Anierican
l.ejirue haaahal! team left here to-
lilKht for Ihe spring trulnlng camp at
st. Peteraburs i"ia.
BTATKMKHT or CIStODLATIOM OF TH
Tui.hA ham y wom.i) ion month
or j'vt.ry. iiu.
erate the canal ami :erii the canal .one
lint an objection has been heard.
Hotted in etMnectton with dnctrinea
is "down hill."- Jopjhl Globe.
And tinalh it
Thai s glttln be lab ur. thirt-
cut people who leak like n million
ilollftra Wller tlur life ther e hope
--an" wh -r thn - Rope thcr'i a tJISSStk
Whether C. A Bandet'Sea reernt ln
Sfcretnry of the Ci nneactaj club villi
permit. King l-'erdlnand will y'slt the e a candidate for mayor of Tulsn.
lnll.1 Mt im nt ..n anrlv . tln 1 La not PIT' k n w 11 to himself .la vl
win I aeoompanirit hy Queen Klen- 'uit i itardless of the fact of whether Ilaa.
nor and their daughter the Prlncesr h will be a candidate or not mrttltlil
Kudosla. Itbat Ih being done hy any organ'zatlor jjj
King rerillnnna Is convinced that;1" tone aim into or mil or tlie ra . jm
I'ulgarln could barn more from the Of to commit him to certain platforms.
will have nny effect on his decision.
This w is the sub-tan -e of ft statement
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I niled States than from any other
country on the belt methods to devel
op her Industries nnd he therefore mr.de hy Sanderson last nlarht.
.iipoe to take with him. In udltlon I Mr Ranilerson stated that he wm
tne 'Jueen and I'rlncess. a 11 till pleased that his name was being men culatad vat ia 111 wh. a h 37.
of nqbleSBen who on thelrv return to tuned In coi iuiti n with tile highest bi!'t.. numbar (it ulllralin !. gl'ra
ijulmirla will apply the lessons th-v
bave learned to the teaching of oth-
Clue Iri the city hut that he would
rot ant ounce whether he would be-
come I candidulc for several davs.
Ilowerr. should he decide to become
a candidate he will run on the demo-
hn he received the American
omnilsslenen of the Panama Pacific I cratlc tlck'.t and not as an Independ-
l:pnsltlon a few days ago. King Fer- ! ivt as some have niught him to do.
Ml '1 told thf m he hud long Intend- ; II- stated that there wai only the
d t- visit the fulled State nd hop- 1
Ml ' make the Journey in April.
a Sally antrair .if 1 1 nu
L Ulan he V r. eir-nlallin Mitici
of Ih- Tul.a Dally WetM h-lnf dub" aworn
upon oath do nfllrm Dial after drduriing all
ml'it-l tlM'fl in lirlnliiia 1-ft i.r anil f
(ice aea ai an artraaa of 11.891 aeatei
ui aaia naily aprr
nt anthf r rn u.
' ' I . i . " i Manaaar.
8ubarrlld and aworn lo batorr m 'I'll
Slat itj 'anuarji mi 4
tssssij cuas. r. DsnrT
Major Wooden ho Is candidate for u rommh.m B Oct isiaio
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