Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Monday, August 30, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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NDT FRIENDS IF UBDR WRITER SAYS
Congressmen and Senators
.Who Voted for Measure
Now Point to Other Votes
to Pretence Friendliness to
BY CHARLES M. KELLET.
Plumb Plan League.
The political faker is abroad in
the land and he la particularly ac-
tive in his efforts to deceive the
workers. Many of those who made
unsavory records during the recent
session of congress, forgetting for
the time being that there would
come a day of reckoning, are now
trying to persuade the workers that
their interests were safeguarded and
protected and th*t they should
cheerfully support for re-election
those wolves of privileges that are
masquerading in the sheep's clotb-
lnf ot public fflfftn
Senators and congressmen who
supported the Mummins-Esch bill
are posing as "friends of labor."
and point to their votes on minor is-
sues as Justifying their betrayal of
the public interest when they were
Daughter of Admiral
Sir Keppel, Bride,
Coming to IT, S.
Mrs. Maurice Hely - Hutchinson,
youngest daughte-- of Admiral Sir
Colin Keppel, sergeant at aims l*t
the House of Commons, who was r/
cently married. Her nusband 's the
son of the late Sir Walter TIelv-
Hutchinson and a cousin of the Earl
of Ponougkmore. The b.ide arc
groom will leavo Ens and short'*
for America, wheie they will spend
part of their honeymoon.
called upon to deal with really im-
Hal I roads in Had Shape.
Charles S. Mellon was formerly
president of the New York. New
Haven and Hartford railroad. He
was president when the government
exposed the rottenness of its man-
agement and was competed to re-
tire. Mellen says that he was a
goat" for the Morgan Interests and
that had he been permitted a free
hand the New Haven would not
have got into bad order with the
public. He iR a recognized author-
ity on the subject of transportation,
whether or not he has been guilty of
the things charged against him.
This Is by way of preface of a
statement recently made by Mellen
to the effect that the railroad situa-
tion is as bad as it possibly can be.
and that he has no hope of an Im-
mediate or remote improvement. He
leaves the inference that private
management is being put to its fi-
nal test and must inevitably fail.
High transportation rates, he says,
will not be helpful, but, on the con-
trary, will work havoc with the rail-
roads, because they now have in-
voked the law of diminishing re-
The express companies, too. have
kept pacc with the railroads In de-
creased efficiency, and the parcels
post, government-operated. have
largely supplanted them as public
Railroad problems, says Mellen.
are largely financial. High rates
must be paid for money, and that
means higher transportation
charges and diminished traffic and
lessened revenues. The railroads
are travelling a vicious rircle,
where every spiral negotiated leaves
them worse off than when they
KMcM iimmln* Hill a ••Pake.*
This will not be pleasing to rail-
road investors, to whom little hope
is given. Mellen says the Esch-
Cummins bill is a "fake"land that
it cannot do the things expected of
it. It is a somewhat fatuous effort
to cure with pallatives ills that are
deep-seated and fundamental.
Men who know something of the
railroads tell the same story when
they speak their minds. Private
ownership is going through a new
process of dissolution, and the end
is just a matter of time. Every
economist in this country who has
discussed the transportation prob-
lem has declared that the point of
safety has ben passed in transpor-
tation rates, and that the higher
they gn the lower will railroad reve-
hnhlble Coreriiment on .lob.
The "invisible government" Is to
become visible. The point of vial
bility is to be the national capital.
The national chamber of commerce.
I which is the power behind the
' throne, baa decided to erect a $2.-
; nnp.000 building in Washington to
i house nil capitalist lobbies centered
there. Here is the announcement of
"The idea Is to create a nerve
center for all business, big and lit-
tle, that Is affected by national af-
fairs. This is something that has
been neded In t ehpast when the
men whose industries are being ad-
versely affected by ill-advised legis-
lation had merely a sporadic repre-
sentation at Washington. It was the
need of this national representation
of business interests which gave
birth to and has given strength to
the chamber of commerce of the
United States. The last year has I
fairly shown us that our problems 1
are economic and social. In the j
handling of these problems, insofar
as legislative and executive author- I
ity is concerned, political expediency
is just as much a factor as In the
past. American business is more
directly affected by the problems (
which confront it than any other
single intercut In the country, but
unwise legislation and regulation by
[" Secrets of Health and Happiness |
Orange Juice and Yeast—Two
Aids in Keeping Baby Well
Seen In Fall Styles
(Written for the United Presn.)
By DB. LEONARD KEENE HIRSHRKRG
A. B., M. A., M. D. (Johns Hopkins University)
HE most thorough, tireless and honest research
workers in the realm of ihfantile diseases are
alive to facts which prove that babies retain
the executive departments will cause their health, cheerfulnens and vitality in a superior
losses of countless millions of dol u w tuw , mmw ie ^ucu ,
Ian and perhaps Jeopardise trade u, fresh yeast or oron(,t juicf-
hot hat home and abroad
way, if to cow's milk is added some food essential such
Want Profitable, Not Profits, Taxes.
The Invisible government" will
concentrate at the capital represen-
tatives of the Interests that seek
special favors at the hand of gov-
ernment, the repeal of income and
excess profit laws and the substitu-
tion of taxes on consumption, of the
suppression of 4II agitation aimed at
the profiteers, and the enlargement
of opporl unities Tor exploitation. ...rvaiion. of Prnik B<r*eim. llrCubty
No longer will it be neceBsary to j „M p,lhl ,hM y„.t him
hold conference, In the offices of 1 „ . a*,
government officials, or In hotel single addition to an Uifanr. d! t than
rooms and corridors. If a business oramre Juice, carrot Julc« or canned to-
man wishes to have conference with mfctoe* Yeast in fully supplied with «
government officials a messenger rtch. water-soluble vitamin" -n substance
will bring them around to head- wb'eh makes growth, repair and health
nuartors whpre everything will he I warding off sourvy, l w-
quarters where ever)thing will be I j knock-knees, soft bonea. sweats
conveniently arranged for the and othrr
signs of rickets.
prompt dispatch of governmental so significant s food factor Is yeast,
functions. 1 which Is rich In vltamlne. eniymes and
The chamber of commerce of the victualry value that as a preventive of
United States is the medium through i disease and nourlaher of (nfanta It Is
Most of the rations given to a baby may make it
fat, but cannot ward off scurvy, rickets and other ail-
ments of childhood.
To avert these mslwdies fruits, £g<rtahles, cod liver
oil, yeast and especially orange Juice have been used by
wise doctors and sensible mothers.
Often, however, oranges, other fruits, and fresh DR HinsnuEno
vegelibles are too costly or not to be had. Then It is that the lowly, hum-
ble, ever ready grocery yeast cake is a friend, indeed.
From ths rsmi eiperlmenta and ob- -f ■
Illustrated by Nei-m Harriaom
LAZY SNAIL TELLS WHY SHE
CARRIES HER HOlISK ON
POOH?" exclaimed Johnny Orasshnp
per, "U's perfectly silly to lo amu d
lugging your ho\j«a after you to m>
way « f thinking."
"Wall, I should say It Is foolish!"
NEW YORK. Aug. 28 The fluf- oped in dull blue or brown silk
fy-ruffly wisp of feminity appears to jersey is an Ideal late fall sport out-
be a wee disregarded by Dame Fall flt'. _ , .
„ . , .. . . ; . Shoes and gloves also seem to
Fashion, and it >s her sturdy, tweed- (avor a„ antl_fMmnllU) ,renrt of
clad sister that is getting the cream fashion as heels are low, vamps
of attention. It s a fact that the moderately long, and gloves heavy
huge wardrobe which tin.- ..It! sat- ,,n'1 l)la,n-
torlal dame has hoisted upon the
back of the world this year, is about 1M Not I'm* ( ream Around Month,
three-fourths full of sport clothes, It la well when using skin cream
chirped Cheery Cricket "I shouldn't #nd RUch raj,nenl a8 if, not typically to refrain from using It around the
like it one bit myself Hut. dear ine shows the sport tendency mouth. To discourage the growth
what a funny world It would bo If every |n )jno an,j color. of down on the upper lip, a prep-
ooe did Ju t exactly ss his neighbor." (oats are represented by a bevy I a ration of one teaspoonful of lemon
"I should say no." buw«d Billy Bum- of three-quarter lengths In sturdy Juice, one of ammonia, and one of
bte n«N- "Now. wouldn't I look hotiieHpuns. rough weave plaids, or peroxide
lugging s house around '
which "big business" operates
Is in fact a lobby maintained by
great corporations, maintaining con-
stantly "men at Wash4ngton who
know our language and talk our
language," as a leading business
man expressed it.
The people will continue to be
without representation, unless they
scan carefully the records of con-
gressmen and return those who
"know and talk the language of
Prophecy Comes True.
It was predicted when the rail-
roads were returned to private con-
trol that the'experience would cost
the nation a tidy sum. Estimates
of operations during five months
show that these predictions were
entirely too conservative. The fed-
eral treasury will be mulct for a
sum of nearly $600,000,000 to pay
operating deficits guaranteed by the
Cummins-Each bill. In other words,
it will cost the government more
for six months of private operation
than for twenty-eight months of
After September 1 this burden
| will be transferred directly to the
pockets of the people. They will
be compelled to pay in Increased
freight and passenger rates the
large sums that have been coming
directly out of the federal treasury.
It will also he learned that in ad-
dition to this direct tax for rail-
road use. the consuming public will MONTREAL, Que.. Aug. 30.
be compelled to pay four or flv^^Unlted Press.! Montreal wants to
Itlmee over in multiplied prices and be nei,rel. New York. And while th
scarcely second to milk Itself.
Xeasf, us s result of research wnrt of
«efentists and physicians, la now viewed
In a new light. Instead of a kitchen re-
gard for It as an aid to breid-msklng,
It has been elevated to royal position a*
a dietary necessity for young as well as
Fresh yeast does not possess the tang
and flavor possessed by more attractive
ailment. Its water soluble vltamlne. as
well as the fact that It Is a complete
food, gives an Incentive for its use. su
perlor to that of rner* taste.
In clinics It was ooserved that when-
ever an "antiscorbutic"—antl scurvy-
dose of yeast, about one-half a rake
three tlm^l a day, was Increased to
three cakes dally, children with rickets,
scurvy. Joint pains and bone troubles
began to grow and gain weight and re-
cover from their Illnesses.
A mere discussion of oalorles or "heat
units ' of various foods is now In the
discard, for these wonderful records of
what vltamlne-rlch articles of the diet,
such as vesst and orange Juice, can do
Is more Important than calories.
^ Amwers to Hulth Questions |
H L. SI. y— How can I keep my baby's
mouth from getting sore?
A Wash Its mouth i>cfors snd®aXter
each tending with boric odd water.
A. It C. Q- Where ths motion In ths
hip Joint Is limited in tt possible to gain
more motion^ if so, how?
5—Will rubbing with camphorated oil
causa the leaders and muscles to gjvef
hydrogen should be
even leathers that are loose In cut. and used frequently.
baggy at the sleeve and topped with --
Td never be abis te Immense shawl collars of self-mat -
terlal or long furs such as oppos-
stim or raccoon. Most of these are
tan In color and occasionally
trimmed with scroll designs cut
Walking Stick would from pa(ent father.
Short, much-pleated skirts of
ombination plaid are worn
"And wouldn't IT" this from (Iran.V
find one large nnough to cover all my
"Oh. dear ms. think what' a funny
looking house M
have to drag after Mm," laughed Italy
did I couldn't stand It for a aeoond
onstMllty would t-a toe with these sport top-coats. Either
8. A. J Q—Ple««« advise me if sleep-
ing habitually with the mouth open will
cause a bad breath, f un you give me a
remedy to break this habit up nnd to
help the bad breath?
A—Have your teeih and ton&lla looked
after, and eat a cake of baker's yeast
with your meals.
MISS K. C. R. (J Kindly advise what
I <an use to open up the pupil* of my
lead an active, healthy.
Dr. IHrthberg will nnmrrr fueiflona
for readrrn of this paper on mrdical,
hygienic and itanitalion sub feet n that art
of general interest He cannot ah cays
undertake to prescribe or offer advxes
for individual case.i Where the subject
ts not of general interest lettern will hs
ansicerrd personally, if a stamped and
addressed envelope is enclosed. Address
ALL INQUIBIE8 to Dr. L. K Uirshberg,
in care ot this office.
great I'd much prefer to fly free i
imagine It'a a load dragging that *hsll
house around on one's back."
"Oh. no. Indeed, tt tent heawy,"
came from a merry voice, and the ob
Ject of their sympathy crawled amons
the crowd of meadow folks. "I rathei
"Indeed!" chirped Cheery Cricket
IL TO BRING
BY 25 MILES
- I I
You need help—We
can help you
Every time you lose a man and
have to hire another it costs you
money. Therefore, the fewer
changes you have the better off
you are. Quality and character
in employes have much to do
with the question of changes. If
you can secure the stable, sober,
industrious employe the chances
are he will stay with you perma-
nently. When you need such a
man you should advertise in the
medium which reaches the class
of people you want. Try a
Leader Want Ad and you will be
more than pleased with the re-
the profits that are taken
goods are pnssed from middleman
The Observations of
GOSH ALL HEMLOCK
city will never change its situation,
it may yet become eighty-eight miles
closer the American metropolis, at
least so far as freight shipments and
costs are concerned.
Canadian shipping interest propose
to effect the change by means of i
barge canal from Montreal to St.
long I'll tarry to vote to help the
man 1 marry ana I expect to find my
Joy by marrying some working-boy.
So you fan easy make a note of Just
the wa/ that 1 shall vote."
"Good stuff!" sez I, "that's some-
thing fine; it sure Is some load off
my mind. The difficulty Is, I think,
we don't live In the same precinct.
Our solemn covenant to prove, the
one of us has got to move, and to
make that u proper thing, suppose
we go and buy the ring?"
Moral: You girls the point should
gee although there's only one of me.
100 YOUNG MEN SENT TO
THE "SIBERIA" OF INDIA
the accordion or side-pleats are
used and some skirts show a com-
bination of plain material with gus-
set pleated Insets. Narrow attached
belts fastening with buckles or I
large buttons trim the skirts, and '
there seem to be no pocket*. Al
though few plain colors are shown,
the plaids are not as bright as In
former days. Dlack and white com-
'tfe were just going to call on you and |>|nntions are very good and all ef
nsk you why you sr* so careful to drag icots use a background of black.
It with you everywhere you go. Hut taupe, tan or deep blue. Very Jew
now that you're here maybe you'll t«ll touches of scarlet, orange, or emer
us. I've ofter. wanted to know, myself." .,|f| arP shown. An Interesting Inno-
"And I guess there are qultu a few vn(jon |„ given by the rlng-aroun<!
other* heaide you who have been won nf 8trlpes. as most materials
iTy'^ £5 „T.™Ur^.'wULhn''i run rrn« w, e «M, ye.r ru.her than
Ihe Iraiit bit hurt by what her friends I lengthwise as has been tne case so
many, former years.
The sweater craze Is developed in
n dozen different modes but the tie-
hack. surplice effect continues In ;
favor. Black nnd white is a lead- ,
ing color, and trlcolotte the favored
material A combination of new j
pleated skirt with sweater of con- (
trusting hue Is labeled the very best j
standby for the 1020 sports girl.
Mannish blouses of heavy linen, I
pique, or duck are offered the anti-
frills maid and matron. They are
made exactly like the old-time shirt-
waist and can be worn buttoned
way up to the ears or with lapels.
Duster Brown collars and Windsor
lies are back In the sartorial run-
Even street dresses seem to favor
the sport-loving girl as they are
Htrnight of line, loose, and simple.
A three-piece suit of loose, chemise
dress with knee-length coat devel-
"1 Raj her Enjoy It."
had been faying about her. She kjiew
It was Just because their curiosity had
got the better of thern.
"In the very first place. I drag It with
me for aafety'a sake," *he continued
"If danger approaches I Just do this."
end quick as a wink l«a*y Snail dn w
her little body Into the Hhell ao you
couldn't even «o much as ac • her feel
en Then cautiously sho poked out luii
head, looked around, laughed, nnd one
more crawled out
"You eoe It hides me *o completely
that no one would ever suspect any
thing being under tlie shell. Then by
having It with me I know no ono will
occupy it when I* t away Ix>ng ago.
before I began to have a little B<*nae. I
used to ro away from home and forget
to lock my door One day when I ranie
home tired nnd hungry, what do you
think had happenedT"
The meadow folks looked at one nn
other, then shook tlielr he.ida
"Just this," continued I^aay Fnall
"Two great, big crabs had «rawled Into
my house snd were living there as snug
ns two bugs In a rug "
"Wall, of sU things'" exclaimed Cheery
Cricket "And didn't you make them
llSii N. Broadway* Maple 4722
M. to ti P. !M.
EARTH J «
An eight-reel masterpiece bigger In
conception than any other picture In
years A wonderfully human story of
demorrarv and brotherhood. It goes
hack into the past, takes up the pres-
ent. and lifts the curtain on the fu-
ture. (.'out a million and a half do1-
lara—two years in construction.
A truly Kreat and spectacular photo-
piny The greatest yet produced, ^i"n«
the Interest from the first to the last
moment, it leaves much lo carry
sway It's wonderful, powerful. Im-
pressive and romantic. Don't miss It.
Showing at usual prices.
"T It AI N I Mi FOR A III SRAND"
Koi 2-1'nrt sunshine Comedy
"Til R KK RAISINS A M) A CAK.E
OF V I: AM I "
Matt ami Jeff Comedy.
JACK IH MPSKY In
"IIA llUlF.VII JAv'K"
Coming Thursday. Friday, Saturday
--Tucker It ron. Itoad Show No. 20-
Marshall Ncllan presents Ton.
Saiitschl In "The Country t od For-
got." a big smashing story of the
western wast.-* and a nv< r love f. i
a woman. Also Charlu. Jo> Ir
"Adam and F.ve," two-part super
ci.medy. Also Franklin Farnum anr
Mar> Anderson In "Vanishing Trails. '
4LLAHABAD, India, July 8.—One
hundred young men. many of them
students, have just passed through
Allahabad by special train, being
transported to the Andaman Islands,
Johns. Quebec. The proposition will the Siberia of India.
be put before the international joint News of the arrival of the train
commission, whith Is to meet hero reached the editor of Bhavishya,
in October to consider St. lawrence a vernacular paper, only by chance.
river development. | All India had been kept In dark-
At present Montreal is 4f>8 miles ness about It. A reporter hurried to
from New York by canal and river, 'he station, and found a conspicu-
The route is now forty-six miles ously dark compartment attached to
down the St. lawrence river to the evening passenger train, from
Sorel. Que., and then 412 miles up 'he Punjab.
the Richelieu rlvec to Lake One hundred men packed the dark
Champlaln and the Hudson river, compartment, which normally ac-
But by cutting a canal through the commodates only thirty-eight
twenty miles between Montreal and sons. From behind thewindows th
St. Johns. 108 miles would be saved, told their sorrowful tale to the re
or a net gain made of eighty-eight porter and a crowd of people win
mj|e8 , gathered, despite efforts of the pollc
Kxlstlng canals at the Canadian ' to keep them away. Among
end of the system are only six feet prisoners were three Punjab stu-
six inches deep and with a capacity dents, graduates. Hal Ram Singh,
of only 300-ton barges. Those In Raja Ram and Manohar Singh.
the United States are of a standard Many of the prisoners were sick
12-foot draft, and will take care of and suffering. There was no toilet
barges of 1,800 ions. in the compartment. All men were
The proponed canal was first sug- thirsty and there was no provision
gented before the war but actual for water. They had been fed but u,iu.o„n non ooo
work was delayed by hostilities. Th- once since leaving the Punjab, anM and '
river-canal system Is declared more then the food was bad and had been;
profitable because it hits into the thrown in at the windows.
eastern industrial and coal district Women and men crowded abou.
of the United States, while the Great, the dark little windows, weeping and
"What Rood would that have done" "
laughed T.nxy Rnall. "And It really
served me rl*ht for forgetting, so In
"trad I lust bade them pood day and
found another house. Here It Is on my
back, and right her« It's going to stay
'Safety first' la my motto." And wlg-
Kllng her feeler* proudly In the air
I.agy 8nall crawled slowly away.
"Just as f said before." said Cheery
Cricket, "wouldn't this b* n funny world
If even- one In It did the osme things"**'
laughing happily the inetry crowd
separated, each going his own way.
distance between the enrth
SALE of U. S. ARMY GOODS
()ur store is always crowded with satisfied
customers who are purchasing bargains in
camping outfits and working clothes. T.ct
our store be known as the workingman's
Army Blankets, Cots, Tents, Shirts,
Breeches, Hats, Shoes, Underwear,
Socks, at prices that will surely
ARMY and NAVY STORE
ANDERSON BROS. CO.
Grand and Robinson
The barber is the only man at c
ork with some one else's head.
Perhaps one reason why "time fl!
so many people
system does not.
Minerva Mealy aaya she ain't ha-1
lf.t o'luck since her husband left ha
bed and outj* board.
CHAS. ARMOR L.EEDY
fCopvrioht. tPtt, bu Public Ledger Ce.i
struggling while the police beat them
off. Many urged the authorities to j
detach the compartment, but the sta-
tion master and all to whom they
appealed refused. The train slowly
departed, the police pulling away |
men who. weeping and shouting,
clung to the windows.
Prom the depths of the compart-
ment came the shout, "Vande
Mataram!" "Hail. Motherland!"
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 30.—Three men Sez I to my affinity, a little pink
believed to be the highwaymen who divinity: "I see as how the laws
early today shot and killed Eugene are wrote, so that you soon can go
S. C'onrey, night sheriff of Clayton, and vote." And then, for fear that
a suburb of St. Louis, and Ilenjatnin Hhe might rage. I said, perlite: "If
Corner, Clayton city marshal, In a you're o? age.''
gun fight after attempting to hold ' she give my shin a little kick and tlio war party, who have been
'onrey, were arrested this morn- , said, right snappy-like and quick dilating alleged wireless message:
BRITISH WAR PARTY IS
FIGHTING LABOR PAPER
l-ONDON. Auk. 3rt. - Members nf
Things You'll Love
teeling ain't so awful smote; indicating a tinancial connection be-
jou can just bet I'm going to vote, tween Soviet Russia and the London
And If you ain't a bashful youth. Dally Herald, are challenged by the
we'll go together to the booth. If Herald to prove their charges
you can take me to see Theda. I George Lansbury, the editor, offers
really can't see any nedd-a our to let responsible persons inspect all
sneaking off to vote apart, when we the sources of its flnances.
are lover and sweetheart." The Herald has jtist published
With tdipover blouses and slip
orer dreshes. why not a slipover
rollar? Cut the ba< k as for ouy
other rollar Join the ends of a
narrow strip t<> each side. Finish
with a little stitching and emb-oid
ery. Slip the collar over your head,
fahten in frout with your brooch
aud you hare an attractive trim
mine for an otherwise p ain frock.
(Coprrtsbt 1920. by Tubltr !-««lser Co.>
Sez I: "That suits me to a Tee;
you know you like to be with tne.
Voting will get to be a lark, almost
like sitting In the dark. I would be
all swelled up with pride to have you
voting by my side, with just a can-
vas wall between to make a perfect
legal screen, because I ain't sup-
posed to know whatever way your
vote might go."
(Of course. I knew that she would
tell, If I just held her hand a spell.)
And so she cuddled up to me, that
little pink divinity, and said: "Do
I resemble one that fancies voting is
just fun. to let some politician fool
her because he put 'reds' in the
dooler" Or vote for some steel
magnate's brother because he's 'love-
ly' to his mother, used to swing on
a farmyard gate, grew rich and
learned fb pass the plate, teaches a
(lass in Sunday school, and thinki
the upper clas.s should rule" They
t-ay you workers and your like
should learn to •.o'e the way you
fctrike. You need not think that
complete list of Its stockholders, and
a full statement of the sources of all
the news print paper used this year,
thus refuting a charge that It re-
celved paper from the bolshevik In
"Never has the Herald received
a penny nor an ounce of paper from
the Russians, directly or indirectly."
declares Lansbury. "The final touch
of absurdity in the present charges
is the allegation that the Herad
asked Maxim Litvinoff for 1,000
pounds in July, pleading urgent
need. Actually, at that time we had
, just received 38,000 pounds from the
llritlsh miners, which was ample to
care for oar obligations."
Lansbury mercilessly analyzes the
official charges, stamping them as
For Suede Slipper*..
Suede slippers or shoes hat have
become worn and shiny can be
stored by rubbing lightly i
i coarse sandpaper.
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Newdick, Edwin. Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Monday, August 30, 1920, newspaper, August 30, 1920; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc149163/m1/3/: accessed December 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.