The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 53, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 20, 1919 Page: 4 of 20
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TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20 1919
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thii ilftl.y mil rAinriiy Aor it far lh month of Oriotter '
iota ie Ihi tinii of my knowlndie ti4 hahaf. I
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I'lK INK onn KtH AM. I'KPA HTM KNTH
Tni llXDAY KOVF-MflKIt to Hit.
a one whnm hla mother eomforteth ao will
I comfort you. laa. e 8 : 11.
O that I eoolrl with favorer John
Recline my weary hoar opnn
The dear Hadaemer'e breaatl
FVotn car and tn and onrrow free
(Jive me. () lxrd to find In thee
My everlasting real.
Itleeaod be tjod. even the Kather of our Lord
0 Jean Chrlat the rather of marrlea. and the
Und or all comfort who romfortnth ua In all our
jf tribulation. I Cor. !:-.
The New York Tllitae diaonareea eloquently
on the "hate of the anr.lenta H We've got one
' t all rltit but our Interest la la how to eequeeJer
f one of modern violate.
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Ttii lateet plrture of the e -em per or appear
kindly patriarchal when compared to the up-
ftltlnf muatachedfljure wit I oh arrode madly up
and dawn the world a few yeari ago.
Llalert you veterana of ltoil BUror balDon
tu actually oroaeed the rubloon or whatever
f It waa thai It had to oroaa to bo aa valuable aa
I (old. A allvor dollar la now worth mora than
Tha newa column aaya Dlrentor lllne of-
fered thu brotherhood ll00t.00 pay Innreaae.
Rlnoe the oonferenoe la atlll In protrroea. Implying
that tb offer wma unaallifnctory what may
wo aak do tho brotherhood want?
In but after-ttlrmer apeoch to the aaoembtad
ITteet at the London dinner (Ivan by the Bng-
II. k. - L. I .. I . l . I A . I
a iwn-Bjiwiiing union rmniii;i u AntuaeHluur
Davla aatd: "W have been buay elnoe trying
to et the world to right " Wa ll eay aol
f rreddent Untler of Cotumbla unlreretty aay
i rhe Instant and moat vital thing for Amerloa
g ta do Ie to put down the red. But It oan't b did
w profnaanr not wlthoat th friendly aid of con-
Kamo I fleetrng. Tho woodon aiatu of
jl fllndnnhurg et op In Herlln during the war
and which a haro-worehlpfng populnre filled
r with nail I being town down and uaed for
i kindling wood.
f CongreMntan Itarreld waa aaalgned th room
lately occupied by Victor Merger. In Instating
ttiat It flrat be futnlatrd the Oklahoma man
fumlehf additional rvldence that the vtittre of
the Fifth made no mlatake In their (election.
The reatilt of the election In th Fifth are
cumulative. Harlow' Weekly la now almoet
an Impartial cor mentator on political matter.
If another Oklahoma dlntrlrt gnea republican
we expert great things from that Oklahoma
Ttiere I on thing only lhat the lewleea force
of eoelcry fear. It I fnrro reprearnted by law.
Justice ha nothing whatever tn do with It. The
same thing has born la now and ever will be
true nf nations eo long as there Is a lawless
disposition left on earth.
Ton't envy the man alio I making money
ftist he can't rnunt II. lie's paying full value.
Het your last copper on that l or yotiraclf.
school your mental furu'tlr to live ynur own
life In your own wey qul'o reKrdleii of envy
or Jealousy. That's the cheapest prescription
fur happliteaa thnt es kn.iw of
TIM' STI K MMtHI T i
I'nder normal r.indit'or.s nnch en.illnnsl de-pn-rla
' Ion of aluee i hue occurred In the
New York stock mniket l'hln the last week
would have sent a dull to the htisinas heart
of the country. Hut the el-ilnn roiirlltlon sre
not norma! Nr have ihv been for msnv
nionths. There Is abnormally everywhere In
everythlnir. In the stock nnrdet the abnormal
rondllons eilstlng were r. foeti d In a perfect
orgy of spei illation on bnrt"wed nimiev.
The hyterla wsa growing Itistead of dt-
nilnlshing so that the fedeial re.-rve ntrency
wa confronted with the necmty of doing
something to force a return to reonhle eon.j
eervatlsm and substantial values It deliberate-
ly and offlralty brought about a panic by mak- !
Ing money "dear " And the general public up-
proved and view the frightened speculators
fleeing to cover with an amused but unsympa-
The ert W mas of business on "change iaj.ni-
dueled wl'h borrowed money. If money l
heap anj conditions "my" ( 11 la ilori Inl
i crests' Mini miiusiy when numey is hutn
rtmdlliiuis rlKUl spiruiutinn is en dive. And ' ttmult adjnirnt I o Tulsa In inn lt of the uc-
when money goo up In ')'' per ( lit s It d.il J ( ul' tit pecan. Tit crop U heavy and Ills sper-
the other duy ep uliMuM dors nut ci.sl. It linen are unusually fine and those who have
comes tu an abrupt nd In soiiki sh kening end I learned by experience how to turn the trick
Yhefo follows iiprlml of H'lJ. latlon. Hooka ! are bringing In their emir winter supply at
ate balanced. Inflation la allowed to blow I"1' the (lima of single day' foray.
value aseumu a conservative level 1
JtjH'lfii I hy in 'ti.il riiinllt..ii! ( kiio r-li"d to tin; atilrrrl. rt tho tirfnia
Al: t li IX hn l""(t luklinf pln.a In II. ai.j.knin wjr hn ( hlldrt-n of nt n turn annually
iniiikrl I' l ii tiii iil I i i " f-T tlio lonniry hbA i nut IiuiiImi rrcrraitun argma a rnla-
l Iiik in. I diiin.i!'d i.f a .urn.'d iMT'tllinttoltlii
n"a at "II Tim hlu'd Irttliin aria nlnnury
ItiiHliii tut kiiii rally lll he lrttar t-rjr-t at
li.ni aaf-T. y A
niM hi mi ii.
Juat l.iire'y llvliiJt
In the Iwellllelh colli
eolva t.i Ii lnf hieni .1
the tiriiri'nntunu! iind
thoy arn nut irlllnir
ua to iln una thliiK. moat aaitirriliy they are
uiK'i'g us to do another If there were even 10
per cent of niilnl fact In the tuna of pi ofeaaloiiitl
iheorlea and htiteil.. ihtt hivo boon hurled
al a trembling lay world durliiK the past ri'i-mlii
- from the dangera nf lb" coiiurinii ilrlnklng
cup to the danireia of even nwiraalng t.'elli
the wot I.I would he all but depopulated.
If there were even modicum of practicability
in the hu'h flown theories of acleiit lata and "pro-
fessional authorities" rorieerrilrig the modern
veralon of hifantlle propagation und growth ihe
corolla.ry would be true thai wiihotil tlmlr
adnpllon and praellce only a few children could
poaalbly run Ihe gamut' nf itiing'T and aurvlve -and
the world today would not bare a suffliient
number of adult to man a single fortification
W have th averago gentleman' Indlsprialthm
to Inlerfero la another gentleninn' game and
for tbta reason. In common with an exceedingly
great number of other have schooled nur-
elf to refrain from expressing contempt for the
fad and th faddist. Hut we do not consider
th rule a forbidding na ralllnjr attention glee-
fully to tho dlacoitifilure nf Die. f.iddlsls and
speculative theories when they are mauled by
on of their kind.
I r. Wood Hutchinson has performed some
rare service along this line for the general
publlo In bis able writing on th medical pro-
fession. Now come )r. Walter C. Alvare of
Ran Kranclacn who according to (he Uterary
Digest has gone over the top with hi pocket
full of grenade for the speculative theorists
who have been making lift" a misery for un-
numbered thousand by their Insistence that
th "teeth are the cause of It all" and that Ihe
nr cur I to Ttav teeth extracted.
'They are carrying It too far" aaya the Cali-
fornia doctor. "Juat aa did lb doctor of old
time carry th letting of blood loo far."
1'rerleely. And we have no doubt that the
teeth Infection fad will tn time become a obso-
lete aa th letting of blood la today. There la
no doubt but an affected tooth hoa been known
to poison the entire system. It Is true lhat ap-
parent diseases nf fllstlmt symptom have been
traced to an Infected tooth. Hut only a speculat
ive theorist of vast Irresponehllly would deduce
from thesa admitted fact that all disease have
their origin In th teeth.
T)ay after dsy I see people who have had
half a doaen teeth extracted" sav Dr.
Alvare. "Their former physician had
firnmlsed theni great things; In some cases
lad even guaranteed a cure brtt here they
are still suffering ami greatly discouraged."
The ploture 1 easily recognisable. The teetb
and appendixes to mention no other portion of
the Wod designed anatomy that have been of-
fered up on lha altar of speculative therapeutics!
"Many failure and disappointments" say th
gnod Alvare "hv followed the rrckleaa prac-
tice." Wore than that doctor! There have
been no Inconsiderable number of funerals. Hut
of course th grave digger and th clergymen
must hav reasonably regular employment.
What a day for common sense! And how lit-
tle It 1 practiced! It Is a fact that life would
not b worth living If we seriously accepted half
that profeaalonal and scientific friends tell us.
Th very best part nf It t that thy don't be
lieve 11 themselves. That I proven by the
demonstrable fact that Ilka soms ministers
they don't practice what they preach. They
need trick In their trade.
Drink wher you will and how yon will bnt
be careful what you drink; wenr whisker to
your knee if you desire to do so; kla a many
ripe palpitating Hps aa the law will permit and
Opportunity affords; cling to your teeth o long
your teeth will cling to you and behave
themselve; tlck to yjur appendix; slick to your
own Instrastltle glan Is and don't accept those
of any monkey that ever monklcd; use Just
ordinary horse-sense and verily your day will
be long upon the land. And If you sire chil-
dren e that they are raised according to the
rulea laid down and practiced by "grandma"
and dore to compare result with any faddist
that ever fadded.
New Tork police arrested three men cauKht
unloading It (ton worth of woolen goods "They
could not explain their cargo." They ere not
the firm fellows errceted who were unable to
explain their cargo either.
m i nut 1
ti.ild Jim M i-t ' In a la'k wl;h me; 'Tin no-
body f mil. you bet!
A" a siukiriit num. I follow the plan of
wantltr whit I can get
I am k for pav an' I'm free to Say that
inoi ev i i lung I like.
Hut 1 do olijer't. e dialed In the fellow that
calls a sirike!
I'm wilVitg tn f i-ht nb' ti I know I'm right.
an' tli" tiluin' In on the tuere.
There me tim s I h -u hen I i;dil to work
but I giice I ii mi lium'tn there
I've be. n to . h id !.t 1 :n't n fool I'll get
while (he Rettlrig'i good
Hut tho I'latl of the I i ee n the flag for m
and I'm wantln' that understood'
"I'll stand In the ranks with trnebttie Yanks.
but nut with the Mure or (Seek
I'm through with tho cwa 'hat would mak a
fuse in I onlv a Jargon speaks.
As a working man I'm American tod.iy ant)
And I won't reve t any dialect that telle me
what I muM do."
t ' t'pyriRht litis by Kt'trar A. Uucv)
li i I'ltir
i IT IS SU TTIill TIM I..
Nu'e urn failing In th woodland. Ami every
i pleasant day rind nmny parties scouring (i
Durelii never Intimated that nian u In any
tl.itinlup Kith tlir drlnht nyi'd hiwiutlra thai are
tin t r i.nly rrmipi'titot a In the Kama. And ae-
eompari) log the universal desire to gather nuts
la the. miserly deposition to ley thorn up until
wlntt-r clones tho door when beside a sparkling
fire they can share the poeitlori of honor wl'h
pop. i i n ami red cheeked applea.
I or I ii null indeed r those of ua who live In
Tiliu In the very heart of the pecan belt;
where lo in'ien in unlimited quantity calls for
nothing more than to give nun's self over to
(hey rialiir.il (e.ru to get out Into the country.
I nnlier noiih din It ppreclatlon of the (x-can I
'n Kr ai aa here hut there to gratify the appe-
I.im a heavy bonus muat he paid. At iO lo It
(.'tits it pound pecana are an edible to he re-
r.pei 'el but not to be regarded with loo Intense
Ille ye to (lie woodland and get yonrs. And In
the getting enjoy to the very fullest an after-
noon with nature fore tu face; living over once
nxiln a chapter from childhood's long cloaed
ji im.i: AMi'iu i.i mit sKNvrou?
The esteemed Muskogee Times Democrat in
l! Issue of November H carried tho following
editorial tribute to one of Tulrui's most highly
There ha recently come to light a well
organised movement to nominate Judge
Kalph K Campbell for l.'nlted Hlale senator
on the republican ticket. This movement
I hai ked by some powerful Influences In the
state und with the elimination of John
Field we suspect that the candidacy of
Judge Campbell would leap forward with
imiarlng swlftnexs If we were scdecllna; a
republican candidate wn would not pick
further than the former Muskogee Jurist.
How close to the card the esteemed Times-
Democrat Is peaklng we have no way of know-
Ing. Tulauna however will hope that it ha
authority. For U t pleasant to contemplate the
possibility of such men as Ralph Campbell tak-
ing an active part In the political life of Okla-
homa. There are heroines and then there are Just I
plain fools. The New Tork woman for In-
stance who refused to be rescued by firemen
unless they would also ' rescue her fox terrier
By OTIi LOBTON
A question of color: Charley White a black
man of Muskogee who lives In a green house is
wanted for selling red liquor.
The Oklahoma City Time has a fixed opinion
that Ardmora'i ult against the gas company wlU
not materially tncrrmno the gaa presaura.
We at least hope th Congressional Record
will be able to pel correctly the name of the
new congressman i from tho Fifth district of
just because Kay McCllne ie Introducing a
nrw electric floor sweeper In the poatofflce I
no reason to suspect that the early Christina
shopping drive will be dropped.
It might be well for th revenne eleuth to
keep a watchful eve on the Seminole News. It
advertise it wllllnirness to exchange a yer'
subscription for a bushel of corn.
The young man on North Main ssys one rea-
son why he has lost faith In the female of th
specie I thai bin "best girl" was horn from
Chicago a week before he found It out I
W. celebrated (ho armistice because w.
thought it meant peace. w celebrated the I
r"'" " nn- oosorves
the Kansas City fttar we human ar
In the Muskogee Phoenlg
rescued from defeat; radical changes In pence
treaty are voted down
Th. Phoenl has been
so busy praying for .1.1. very thing tha It ha.
ave ecn arl .nted rr-rrvarjon wn.en
have hem adopted. .
Mr. Walter BUllngslcy. whose sense nf Justice
has been offended by references 4o Claude
Weaver In this n.lyum ought to read a few
copies of the C.uthrle leader. Oklahoma Cl'y ;
1... Ik. ..-.a- I.. ' alf . . .
papers and other democratic publication In th
Fifth dlntrlrt. What this colyum said was a
bouquet of roees In comparison.
Democrats that is some of them have put
Senator dure In the republican column because
be voted for reservations to the peace treaty.
We now welcome Senator tiwen by the same
route Into the republican party. He voted with
the republican the other day for one of the
In Muskogee Mondtr night Pcott Ferris again
formally annnunred his candidacy for the eon-
ate. Nothing eo Impresses thu public with
one's seriousness u much formality end now
having formalry announced his ambition in
Oklahoma City Titian. McAlester. Durunt and
Miifkogee it may he said that Mr. Ferri I a
Ordinarily this co!)um does not Infringe on
the sport page and il seldom agree with the j
dope of uport wnlen but supplementing the
dcclMon rendered b 1'irtii mi Monday's bout.
i It wtihes tn sov tint the "curt-tin riser." In
; which n decision w i- re.u he before the end of
the (Irtt round I'lmu' i blew belrg struck trai
' atiotit aa exciting as the final ttmi main event.
j The oklnhnmtn crne.i ntnrv that the Hln-
ton Ihonter was not lMg enough to hold 'he
crowd that tinned cut in Muskogee Monday
tughl lo hear the formal anmninromriit of
'Scoot" Fen I for th 'ni. HinvriiT nono
if the Muskog-e p.iper which come to tills
desk lm.1 snv comment on the meeting end we
scanned them can fully for the purpose 0f
! learning Just what they hJ to gay about It
!tluun on Yon!
Ton talkeit mean of Muskoge
And Claude who leo ran
You wicked cnt'l Hoeey
i t'nlettered "t mi burs'" man
Had to get a thyme fi r "Kogee" o'herwine
would not call you "lu h a lnih name Don't
you kn.w you are breaking tho hearts f our
rea.it i t '
1 Mil ' KUI1KIIT jJ1Mi:r UE.NNKTT.
If there ever was a sertotia tnlo-
Uk which our penpl are In dan-
ger of making it la the view w are
taking of the nature of patriotism.
To many it simply avemed to bo a
stale of lip enlliusliuim for the ln-
teists of our country In time of war.
Thru It was our duty tn mak sacri-
fice lo how our devotion to Amer-
ica tn display ihe ring to rebuk
tb lukewarm with all th energy at
our command. Now that peace hai
come It seem that patriotism ha
been demobilised for a great many
people. Our gi vernmeni make ap-
peal after appeal and they fall on
deaf ears. We are told th things
that are essential for the well being
of the nation at. J we proceed to dis-
regard all of. them. It ia pointed out
to us that then enemies of our coun
needs It a never befora.-
try are atlll active In the newer and
eten more danverous trudo wr. and
great cIilmbc of our e.l.lzcns take the
very leps wnich will help to restore
(ierman Industry by weakening our
own lndiisirl.il efficiency.
How much have w heard of the
need of thrift? Who practices thrift?
The trades which leal in luxuries
are flourishing as never before. We
have all heard that any reduction
of the amount of good produced In
America mua' of necielty encour-
age the derm 'ti (Xpert trade. And
In iilte of this fact we are doing the
J nnke hh '
To cum pin In aboil " he prrsen t
vvh. we need la a combined ef ort
to show that there is a deflnl'e a
need for patriotism in the critical
period after the war aa In the da k-
on 'lav nf the great conflict. The
gehool th church all of the Instl-
1 " "" . .. ' . i. J
.n" " " i'i " 'Jn I'n. "w- do
Illfir Dri II WilO MI"Trilirii
ntel!lgnt devotion lo the l e-t
ln'erets of our country Thle jm we
understand It Is pn'rAotism and ti e
new report whl h come In n
from day to day how that America
The Young Lady
Actom the Way
tn mv hand
d K whose
th-f s mike our cl'y unstfe unl'i
j we are given mean to pr "'ect our-
eelMe There Is a vlcl us Airedale at
The oiirg l.iiy iiitiim ti wav I
The ourg lady ac
t . .1 h he I
t I'ti'ls ren- !i
! t to e 1 (ho
sua she holie-s ho w
C0:'Ois ull'll l.i''C'l
par sgaln as she do
wis the ewner Thle sivnge an-.ma'
is toa'-ly a m id d g and we may expo-
any number of rise of hydro-
' phoble unless this dog Is musxied
I or hoL Can 1 get a perrrjt tu pro-
ti i"'i"( right ri 'n iitixsiv and v.iiy
la well get all that coming to her.
strikes last sttrikes best
OF PUBLIC OPINION
tct myself with a gelf
you guppose? Very truly yours
KKANKMN 8. BUMOKOIJ
Tulsa Nov. H
Tbo Is-ag ue In Alabama.
In England the bye election 1
closely watched as a political bar-
ometer. The prima minister may
have a majority at hla back. Hut
when a membar drop out and a
successor I to be elected tha out-
come 1 taken as a straw showing
whether th gofernmsnt atlll hai
th country behind IL
Huoh an auction took Ptace In
America tb other day In th Sev-
enth Alabama district. Tho fight of
a republican In Alabama ia always
hopeless Hut this on wa made
on th ku of tha league of nation
with impreewlve rnulta.
In the district wher (he demo-
cratic pulrallty had ranged from
11100 to 1700. the congressional
candidate squeexed through' with a
Ttilnk ghortagro Ia Brokea.
Editor World: I Judgo from "Tho
Barometer of Publlo Opinion" In to-
only 403. Sentiment was
strongly against the
league at the end of the discunslon
of the campaign that the republic-
ana felt another week debate
would have elected their candidal.
Thle overturn. It muel b remem-
bered wa no ordinary one. It was
in a elate where people take their
democratic aff.llatlon almost as a
home of the senators at Washing-
ton have not discovered the fact yet
but this country ha mad up lt
mind against a league of nation!.
K aliens CUV T.me.
Tho Tyranny of I nhmlsm.
"Ponlllvely abenlutely 1 am
against a strike; have always been
opposed to sirikes; do not believe
they have eve: done any permanent
good--hut wha' can I do? If a
s'rlke Is called I must go out with
the union men." ald an employ e
of one of the rsllroad running Into
And the only reason thnt he will
walk out. If ordered by the union
which Is contemplutlng a strike for
What' become o" th ole time
merchant whose motto wux "Quick
Hale n" Small Profits''"' Some
folk don't seem Inclined t' lay away
anything fer th' future but liquor
unionising the sytem. or something ;
equally ns unreasonable. Is that he I
fear bodily harm If he should at-J
tempt to etav with a concern that
ha treated him well for more than
America need to look to the pro- j
tectlon of workmen w ho w h to
work If the onga are to continue tu j
laud t hla a the "land of the free." '
Herause on man chooaes to be Idle j
shoul-1 not give him license to a- j
sun It another who prefers to earn
hi breed by toll. The country Is i
becoming disguated with the tryn- I
ny of unionism and demands reform j
of t method. riorlda Time- I
Cnlon. . 1
IsMtor tn Um Mayor.
Wol Id: I am a peda r:an .
much pleasure In travers-
Ing the finely paved avenues of our i
llluatriou dir. but I hold my life 1
dally aa I am attacked '
and ferocloue A reda i
savage Instinct Is to at
ankles and tear them to
piei-ee. I broke the end of my cane
over one if three sivnge beasts and I
a t but trained another with a block
of wood. 1 look upon a dog a man's '
best friend and I owned a kennel of
12. of which Wnndo to k the prlx
In the Westminister Kennel club.
Nr Y'ork. The Airedale dog. sinless
properly tra.rtd has the d' p' -tlon
ef tha hyena and the nature of
a tiger and w 11 attack any pedes- :
This menace to the life of ped'
trtane. our hold-ons and au'omn! lie
large near Fifteenth and South ltoa
ton. whl. h ttai ke.l me and the
daughter of one of our prominent
c t-.xera For three mon'hs this lit-
re girl waa laid up w th lacerated :
ank'es I was told tht a Mr. Crowd 1
er hai charge of the dog. and the
coutt failed to find out who reallv
mm on the Jr-nktos
MUSIC IS ESSENTIAL
THE THItEK OJM.'I'H
Scene. The middle of the nkr.
Kert Cloud ti Its kind iif"n
being a Cloud away up beer locking
at all the lxdiiiig thinna down t.
low and wol g.ioi does i dn y.i?
Ind cloud ti It auit go lud. nuth.
Ing to do but Jest lay back und firm
all day long. Wa'.a yuu want for
3rd cloud. Aw you 5 ro '
pb king argewn.ent with each ot r
HI race you both to the otlure nl 0f
the sky and buck and the uhi or.t
back i a old woman.
Kerat cloud Aw you al.wuy
wtint to race. 1
Ind cloud (loah. look at al: thn
peeple rite down underntita of m
ea'lng hard bollel eggs
Kerat cloud. Ha a lilcknl k h.
Srd cloud. Wat do you aiv- j;
get together and rain on theui ?
Ind cloud. Hat fur
Kert cloud. Wat did they d0 to
Ird cloud. Aw you ! allway
wtint reasons for1 everything in
going to rain on them enw.iy.
( Wloh he slurts to do )
Ind cloud ti wlzs look at then
all starling to run I Hu going to ral
on them too.
KWrt cloud. Ho am I.
(Th whole 3 do.)
Ird cloud. Hay look; Kt u dl-
apeerlng! I never thawt of that-
The hole 3. Holp! Help!
(They all data peer.)
( The H Tosco pe M
Thursday Novsmbar 20 Hit.
This Is net aa important sir in n'm
lary d.rrrtion ereoriiini to sulrntocy He
cury and llsrs sre mildly .irn
Oaring this iwir it it wall to dstim
raulins maitrn. for th plsnaurv rornre.
mn lhat ilnulatM and ibilr1te ia rvld
te ksv saprsms uiflusnoe ea Ue sfteiri (
A fur this swath sjadittes and mi'lltun
ill ao be eo fortunet it lh. bin
bn it is prognoiticeUid. for Uinrs U a
Ihrsatenlng atgn Uilarprnted as preeetif
drais eeoaomy among wna-ee.
i'ertons eaeia birthilau il Is he tk
ferrrait of a quiet yrsr
(Inldrsn born on Ihn dsy mT he ktnv
rretie snd difficolt to tnanefg. Thne ink.
erle of Scorpio with traits of bsiMtvar.u
often have many lalenU.
day' Usue that the whit paper
shortage ha been broken. It had
lla advantage. Yours
I'liA RLKS O'CONNOIt.
Tula Okla. Nov. IT.
imaattfoJ Busy mine.
With buildings of marble Uiwrriag
Their brow ar kissed by starlit
Like beautiful music in the air
II a lingered awhile and frozen
And far below on a busy street.
I pause to hear the music weet
Where busy thousands are nut awar
There' frozen music in the air
By Virginia Koblnson l'rrry
Tu! Not. lg.
Uetart Drax! How Old IWilnned!
Wise. Premier Clemenciu mi)-
that work I the solution of tin
many world problems. Itosion Tran-
script. 170 noon Join xVhesrretf?
Late pictures of th Kaiser show
him with a full beard a terrible form
of revenge. Detroit Free JTess
Afla Boy Ion. 'n P. n. Q.
If Doctor Garfield can end ths
coal strike he has our full pcrml!!)
to to ahead. Omaha He.
Why Not IJvn Mb White Ktdka?
Kven by living like coolies esvx
Eraberger Oermunv cnnot iioenlhly
pay Germany' debta They'll Itav
to think of lomethlng else to lie
like. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
- ropeater do
P411 Owwat Talk for Tils Ilcnlth.
William Jennings Hryn take
most of the credit for thu result in
Ohio and we may awume that h'
took the rash as well. It cos's nmney
to work William' Jaw ufl and down.
even Tor a caurw. Mltineapoia
Jlnd wh1 for Ttitirnrlit In Them.
If Bamnel Gomners should ran
short of topics to think aboit h
might spend a pmfltnble hiilf bn'rr
studying the election returns fmm
Massachusetts Now York bun.
And The Yon Am
The erniment now stands ahmtt as
follows: Unrest In Russia and In the
Cnlted State Is caused by prohibi-
tion: unrest in Kranre prnplind end
elsewhere is caused by liquor lo-
Juat Cause by Contributing
the Y. W. C. A. Fund
The Educational Advan-
tages of the AEOLIAN
Think what it will mefcn to your family to have Rood
music in the home; music that inspires and broadens
and helps. The culture and education afforded by
the Aeolian Player should not be under-estimatt d ;
they will be influences in the lives of your children
that wilKlast th rough the years.
A cheap poorly constructed plnyer piano
cannot give the satisfaction you will get
from the "Aeolian." o do not let n few
dollar difference In Initial cost Influence
U South Main
A. J. CRIPK. Mgr.
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