Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 50, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 12, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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Free Lunches Are Sometimes the .Most Expensive.
By BILLY I)E BECK
Repeal of Law Sought on the
Grounds of Unfairness to
An intensive campaign
Oklahoma Senate Bill No. Ill nyl
referendum vote at the roming tl«
tion. is belnn waged by th<> 200 mem-
bers of the Oklahoma * hiropracton-
association. in behalf of their profes-
sion and other drugless practltion
era in the state.
The act passed by the 191* legisla-
ture Is so framed as to require ch<r-
opractors to pas* a complete m**ii-
cal examination, including surger?
and at the same 'line licenses them
for drogle** practice only
Uan't Practice Medicine.
-It would be Just as reasonable.
Mid Dr. A. J. Bay*, an activ work
•r in the chiropractors cause, "l"
require a dentist to pass a phyai
'The law compels a chiropractor
to go to a medical school in ordci
to get a llcenae which forbids hlni
to practice medicine
"During the epidemic or Innu
enza." said Dr. Bays, "chiropractor^
lost only one out of every '"0 pa-
tients treated, while the nedical
physician* losty one out of ever
1/et People llave What The) Want.
"Statistics show that there in-
between 20 and 25 per cent of the
people of the United States who de-
pend entirely upon drugless prac
titioners. w .
"We hold the Idea that the people
are entitled to have what they want
"In Kansas. Nebraska. Arkansas.
Wisconsin. Colorado, and many other
states, chiropractors have their own
board of examiner* and are permit-
ted to practice. We are sacking to
keep Oklahoms in Itne with tbe
othtr ststss of the union and eipect
to *et enoueti vot.rs to stand with
us on election day to kill the bill
which was designed to monopollie
Oklahoma for the medical practi-
Explain* VutJnK H)«trin.
"While religious orpiinlzatlons are
exempted from the bill It la belnK
opposed by Christian Science and
otb«r believers In drugless bealin*
"It abould be remembered, con-
cluded Dr. Bays, "that the referen-
dum law Is such that If you vote on
any candidate atul do not voto on
the referendum, your vote la counted
automatically as 'no.' I want to urge
all who wish the chiropractors to
have a fair deal to vote 'yes' on
State Question No. 94. to be submit-
ted at the election November 1.
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hungry ts To 60 UP To The Bit, Sloirci
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ML kIMOS OF ITUfF
The Leader Family
Famous French Novel-
ist Here to Supervise
(OAST WOMEN TAXED ON WAIST LINE
The tribe of Leader boosters is rapidly on the Increase, while the
results of their work is adding hundred* of subscriptions to our cir-
culation even- week. For the past week our press run showed an In-
crease of over 1,00ft copies.
If you eujoy reading what the tribe is doing, why not pitch In and
help make the Leader family column more Interesting by getting yuur
name listed also" Tbe Leader family has one great delight, and that is
to see our circulation grow. The object is to make the Leader the first
paper in Oklahoma.
Subscriptions were sent In yesterday for others by the follow-
ing membera of the family:
V. v. Guy. Tulsa, Okla.
j. k. Barrett. Mountain Park. Okla.
John T. Cooper, Checotah, Okla.
J. V. Kolachney, Ft Cobb, Okla.
W. M. Feely, .Seminole, Okla. ,
L. A. Yount, ( astle, Okla.
S. J. Woodring. Chester, Okla.
I. E. Johnson, Cherokee, Okla.
A. F. Dor en. l'aoll, Okla.
D. Campbell, Wewoka. Okla.
N. C. THOMPSON, Strung I Ity, Okla., Htmin sends
in a new «ub*crlption. Comrade iiiompsou is a mem-
ber of tile lanmiard of Booster*. lie mi* there at
(he beginning when The Leader was published a* a
week!). Von can feel AKtnred that hr will still be on
the firing line when The Leader goes oter the top as
Oklahoma's biggest paper.
Subscriptions have Just been sent in by each of the following
J. H. Herrington, Sparks. Okla.
Robert Malone, Wilson, Okla.
L. M. Jones, Middleberg. Okla.
Frank Chase, 8nyder, Okla.
A. O. Utter, Depew, Okla., rounds up three new aubscriptlons,
tw<J for one year, and one for six months.
I'M 05 MLKTIM'S TOMlillT.
lloftt uad Hliui Hurktrs I.oral Ml—
Umu every Tuesds> night at 21 Norm
Hudson. John Wsiltr, prartdent. 305
We t Main; H. O. Richards Mrretary.
JOC North ItoMnnoi*. Maple 3910.
Lirrtrh ul Worker*, Local IU—Meats
•very Tueeda.. night, JtO'j North Hol -
inson. it. li. Galiiott. preeident: O. A
Waller. secretary. Walnut 3-58; O. V.
Young, buftincsa agent. Walnut 6492.
1'aloter*, Dfrnrulnri and Puprriianger^,
Lot l ft#;— Meets evarv Tu«ada> night
at Lrttw.r hall, 127V* W#M Grand, ti.
A. Yoet, president. 100 East Locust;
W. H Alexander. R 8, 111 fcaat
Fourth. Maple 1S07-K: E. H. Stanton,
businead agent. office Walnut 3628,
r«hidvn« e Walnut 13^'7-R
inkuii. K J. hcott. president 1446 Weat
Foriy-setvnd, Walnut 773^-U; D. D.
Van Dresar. secretary. 7u9 West Third,
lloiitlug Engineer*. Local 629-Meets
every Tuesday night In Judge Earley's
court room, 210Vj Want Main. C. 1*
Thomas. president. 26 East Ninth; W.
M Hell, secretary. S14H North Broad-
way. Walnut 1280; W. D. I'outs, busi-
ness agent. 134 Kaat "D," Manlo 6167
UuU-her Workmen, Local 60S—Meets
every Tuesday night. 222U Exchurgc
avenue. FacKlngtowa. Frank Ellis,
president. Maple 4')'i0; R. J. Oray, sec-
retary. Maple 4020: mi ' "*
iciui), .uni'ic ,v«v* L<ee Hamilton,
business agent. Maple 4020.
Hull"ay (ariuen. Loral 137 Meets sec-
ond ami fourth Tuesday at 7:30,
Musicians' hall. 128M West Urand. H
li. Che no we tli. presldelil, 630 West
Wheeler; C J Perull, secretary.
Frisco shops. Walnut 690-J.
moua t rench playwright and aovelist Loc„m„tlv, t |r.men nd K «ln«ni. ,
who recently arrived In New York. Local es* -Meets first and third Tuen-
He is here to supervise the produc- days at Odd Fellows' hall. Grand
Hon of his new play, "Empie du
Diamond," which Is to open a Broad-
M. Valentin Mandelstam, the fa-
Jim Clingon, our live-wire dealer at Custer City, increases his
bundle by nineteen more copies dally. If you haven't a dealer or boy
carrying your paper in your town, see that some one is started at
Fred Bowman, Drumright, Okla., In the oil fields, helped to
brighten up four homes by sending in four new subscriptions Four
or more new subscriptions from Boosters puts them In the Babe Ruth
New dealers who have started to handle The Leader are The Rex-
all Drug company at Sentinel, and H. Paul at McCurtain.
S. W. Hill, formerly a member of the legislature from Roger Mills
county, goes to bat and hits out a three-bagger in the form of three
new subscriptions. The boys out in Roger Mills county claim that
graphical hail. Culbertson building
'I MEETINGS WEDNESDAY MGHT.
! Iron W orker#, Loral 48—Meets every
Wednesday night. Judge Earley's court
room. 210*2 West Main. J. C. Robln-
I son, business agent. Walnut 6492.
Chauffeurs and 'lteumsters. Local 341
We shall publish du*ly in
this spate the list of local
unions which have gone on
reeord to support the l eader
and to patronize thojrf who
advertise in it.
Here is the list. WATCH
Local K 6| International Broth*
erlieud of Klectricai Work-
Local M)7. Painters, Oecora-
t« rs and Taper llaiuf*r ot
Locnl 2l l4 Plumbers and Steam
Fitters oi the United State*
and i iinuda.
Local >:i. International Krolh-
erliood of Teamsters* Chauf-
feurs Stablemen and Help-
The Oklahoma State Confer-
ence of Painters, which Is
composed of KVEB1 Paint-
ers' Local in Oklalmmu.
Lodge No. 2LI, InteriiHtioual
Association of Machinists.
I gift Uft0 lln'tlierhood
of Hallway Carmen.
Loral No. 950 >lHChfiiists*
Helpers of Oklahoma City.
TULSA PLUMBERS READY
TO RAISE FUND NEEDED
FOR UNION'S NEW SHOP
TULSA, Oct. 12—A campaign to
sell $20,000 worth of stock in a
union-owned plumbing shop will be
launched here soon, it has been an-
nounced by V. D. Fowler, business
agent of the Plumbers and Steam
Fitters, who are now on Btrlke for
$12 a day.
A temporary shop is now being
conducted by the union. Shares in
the new enterprise will sell at fU>
each. Five thousand dollars' worth
must be sold before the company can
The Isabella Thoburn college. In
Lucknow, India, the first Christian
college for women in Asia, has re-
cently celebrated Its golden Jubilee
Five cents an inch for waist lines as a tax on democratic women for 'anniversary.
Meets every Wednesday"'night"llubor the Cox campaign fund is the idea of Miss Elizabeth Marbury. The first
hail. 1211 ? west Grand w. L> Tickle, adopters of this method of ralilng funds are the women of the Pacific i,hm, vi mvr
president and business agent. 6u5 ^ ( oast. The photograph shows Mrs. W. J. Eyre, uecretafy of the San Fran- M K I HK DI.UIOM) ICOt-
Chickasaw, Walnut B5J8; H o. Hat- 1Ir r.,„K a m... t w «« In Hartwells window We give it
n | new MioBcnptions. me ooyi out in no
Coughlin Believes rasquaic Sid Hill was always a pretty hard hitter
Confession of Baby's Death
NORKI9TOWN. Pa . Oct- 12. ~
O^orpe Coughlin, father of l>aby
Blakely Coughlin. today was in
cllnnd to doubt the contention of
AurupI Pasquale that he ha>l acci-
dentally smothered the Infant and
buried It near Egg Harbor, N. J.
Weary and nerve-racked, Coughlin
today hoped the confession was j
false and the child was alive.
Long confinement in a cell was j
believed by the Coughlin family to,
have unnerved Pasquale so he told .
a wild story. It wag pointed out
PasQuale made other confessions,
which proved untrue.
State police, however, believed I
Pasquale'n confesaion authentic.
HARRISBURG. Pa., Oct. 12.
L> N. Trieb, Sapulpa, of the B. M. & P. I. U. No. 18, went Hill Just
one better and made it four new subscriptions.
The other dlj one of the members of the Family
I'rnm out state came into the office all full ol' smiles,
and his amiN full of bundles, lie came to Oklahoma
t it) and put iu a buucli of supplies bought from
l ender advertiser*. That's what makes advertisers
ulnd to patronize The Leader. Those merchants who
help to support your paper by advertising are fair
to the workers who own The Leader, lie absolutely
fair to them. Kvery cent to Leader advertisers.
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. Oct. 12.—(By
U. P.)—Questioning of Mrs. R. C.
Peete, friend of J. C. Denton, mur-
dered mine broker, was to be con-
tinued by represenntives of the dis-
Tuberculosis Association and
State Health Board Meet
Tuberculosis control in Oklahoma
was to be the topic of discussion at
the first session of the two-day Joint
; meeting of the Oklahoma Tubercul-
osIh association and the state depart-
ment of health at the Hucklna hotel
j Among the speakers were Dr. A.
R. Lewis, state commissioner of
health; Major Hugh Scott, of the
United States public hen 1th service,
and Dr. S. J. ( rumbine, Kansas state
, health officer. Mayor J. C. Walton
made the adTTress of welcome.
Kobertson and Owen Speak.
The Tuesday afternoon session
was to be given over to the discus-
sion of business men's health. Bax-
ter Taylor, of the state industrial
commission, will speak on work
field, secretary, 119 West Sixth,
Carpenter*, Local 171—Meets every
Wednesday night at Carpenters" hall.
220Vi North Robinson. A. 11. Loudon,
president, 415Mi North Harvey, Maple
164-; W. R. Day, secretary, #21Vt Kast
Ninth. Walnut 2404; \Y. L. Powrell,
business agent. 3020 West bixteenth.
Walnut 5492, residence Maple 5148 J. .
Uodrarrier* and Hulldliiir Laborers,
Loral I—Meets every Wednesday night.
7.ao o'clock, at 329 East First, o. U
Humphre>. president, 108 Went Potta-
watomie. Maple 540; R. J. Burks, sec-
retary. 305 North Durland, Maple
3335-J : E. S. Jackson, business agent,
820 East l'ark. office Walnut 7326.
Mall?r , Locnl 3®—Meets every fourth
Wednesday night. Typographical hall,
Culbertson building. 07 R. Ramsey,
president. 913 North Dewey, Walnut
3C73-J; H H. Rezny. secretary, 408
Printing PreMmen, Local 14S—Meets third
Hat- ' oa8t- photograph shows Mrs. W. J. Eyre, aecretafy of the San Fran-
WaJ-| Cisco Women's Democratic Club, getting a line on Mrs. J. W. Troy, na-
tion&l commltteewoman from Alaska. i £venmg.
—Inquire at our box office nfly
Will Be Last Extensive Trip
Senator Will Make During
. _ . MARION. Ohio. Oct. ...
w' freshed by a full day's rest on the
Fairbrother, president, 1389 West First, front porch. Senator Warren Li
business Walnut 1277. residence Maple Harding w as to leave Marian this
3076-J; I* J. Johnson, secretary busl- oftprnnnn nn his 4nuthcrn sneakinii
ne:« agent. 4o9 Culbertson building. f«ernoon on nib souuaern speaiung
Maple 4756. trip, probably his last extensive tour
Barber* (colored), Local 100—Meets of the campaign.
Grand A°".n™ Har^'slhop, "'if wi! He will muke night speeches at
Grand John Waters, president. S Chattanooga tomorrow; Louisville
North Harvey; Charles McFariand. Thursday; Indianapolis, Friday, ani
St. Louis, Saturday.
^"ke. Lwbo Ganndoun*id"r y^un'lnj Bond ISSUe Sought to Bllild q | trlct attorney's office here today.
that Auirust I'HBquale had confessed ^finitnrilim In Hklahoma Deputy District Attorney Doran
I V smo herlnr the kid " Mniiarilim in UKianoma expected to qui/. Mrs. Peete regard- health films
ac i > habv and burying It COUntV. Ing her occupancy of the house sram.
hi would wait uniil afte- - — where Denton's body was found, hid- Health promotion in the schools
•hp finding of the Irfxiy before re- Declaring that the tuberculosis den away In a cellar room. His In- will be discussed by R. H Wilson,
vealine other portions of lMs.nml.' s situation in Oklahoma City Is en formation may be mrned over to the state superintendent of pu.^ , In
confepslon. It was believed Fan- ilangering the health of the entire grand Jury In lieu of calling Mrs. struction. at the Wednesday morn-
quale Implicated "'h. r . "kid- . y. I'aul 11 Fesler. superln- ! P*«te before tt |la seaslon.
raping rlpg" Undent of the university hospital at
secretary, 8 North Harvey.
men's compensation and accident I ^'/idVn^o^Ah' NVedTftsaioTvlji' p m , Day speeches are scheduled for a
prevention. The relation of the em- si, south Koblnson u P. Beard, 9COre of points.
ployer to the health of the worker ] FJ£|ld^nHr1 Mtor^'ecr^ulry. r^k'T,' i Announcement from New York
was to be discussed by D. W. Moffet, 10; *K "w' c;eP |oca] chairman, 713 that the speaking trip into the eas!
manager of the Coaden refining plant Last Tenth, Maple 5112 hag been caiied off confirmed lntl-
at Tulsa. D^?kl!l,V!erw, matlons prevalent here for several
Governor J. B. A. Robertson and ! haTl. Culbertson building. ' days. Senator Harding, for various
Senator Robert L. Owen will speak Mulders, Local tst—Meets second Wed- reasons, objected to it. Madison
Tuesday night, and the showing of I nesday night. 615 Baltimore building Square Garden had been reserved
ill round out the pro- Brotherhood cf Railroad Trainmen, Local f0r the night of October 27.
d.M"UmTo.ao F haii Grarni Some of Harding's advisors feared
and' Walker. H Hope, president. 42S complications at New York, the
West Pl£ej_ W. J^ ^tfJ^^Mcretary, chief one being the possibility that
"u"' ** ' " " Ellhu Root, a strong league advo-
cate, might preside at the meeting,
antt thus emphasize a divergence of
iews on the league between
TO ENTER MOVIES
henryetta, Okhu, Oct. 12^~
Jackson Burnett, reputed to be
the nioit wealthy Indian in the
I'nlted States, is going Into the
His paleface wife married de-
spite the protests of the Indian's
guardian and a I'nited States In-
dian department official or #o,
and her daughter by a former
marriage, will appeur as co-
The whole story of Harnett's
life is to be told. Indians,
cowboys, oil wells and early Ok-
lahoma will be depicted In the
first several reels. Then will
come the introduction of hfgh
powered automobiles, the ap-
pearance of the widow and
friends, the kidnaping of the
money hardened Aborigine and
the subsequent marriaue.
Ben ( East in, secretary of the
llcunetta chamber of Com-
merce, is promoting Harnett's
splurge into the movies.
The Barnetls, it is said, are
very much enthused with the
masons has declared itne}f in favor
of the admission of women to the
3 A N CING
Many I.earn In
We guarantee to
teach you in 12 class
le.aaon*. Join any
time; lessons every
evening, 7:30 to 8:30;
12 class lessons,
ladies 13 00; gentle-
r e i
and assembly. First
floor. Regular dance
upstairs every night.
Phone Walnut 5353
Hchool for Dancing,
J. P. Rluughter
Private lessons dally with or with-
out apiHiintment. .Six instructors.
Inquire about our classes. lingular
dance Tuesday. Thursday and Satur-
day nights. Enroll now for classes in
Ksthetic, Ballet. Technique, and Toe
Dancing under the personal super-
vision of Mr. and Mrs. <1 rover C.
Abel from the Maseagno and Chnliff
Ballet Schools, New York City.
505% >. Broadway Phono W. 2191
the regular meeting of the welfare
niRI CTIinFNTS BRAVE Mouday night urged lhat a
oiniriil C TH RFAT THF p,",um
nlUILULt IU DtM I I nC aakin: the county commissioners to
H.C.L. AT EVANST0N call a bond issue election for a hos-
" _ pltal for tubercular patients.
EVAN8TON III.." Oct 12. Eighi '• • ,J"llc-y. chairman ot the
co-ed. at Northwestern Unlver.ltj low". authorised to appoint a
• —* • committee to draw up the petition,
The first blind student to be ad- J
■ mitted to London university is Miss self and" Senator" Harding
braved ridicule today in an effort to
cut living costs.
and to consult with the Oklahoma
I'nable to keep up with prices, the Tuberculosis society.
eight girls have gone into business | It was also suggested that In the
on the main ajreet of Evanston. meantime steps he taken to arrauge
Two have opened a beauty shop for a temporary hospital to care for
Two others have a candy stand. Two tuberculosis patients.
more are shinim: shoes, and tin Efforts will also be made by the
other two nr* darning socks at ir> league to obtain an emergency coal
cents a pair. supply to be distributed among the
poor when the extreineley cold
IAD NFGOTIATIQNS weather sets in. A special commit-
MfiTU li C mMTIMIItr lee wa* appointed to make the nec-
WITH U. S. CONTINUE llKsary arrangements.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 12. - Negotia-
tions over Japanese immigration and
anti-Japanese legislation in Califor-
nia were continued at the state de-
partment today. Roland S. Morris.
American ambassador to Tokio, and
Ambassador Shidehara of Japan are
carrying on the negotiations.
Wnile the state department and
the Japanese embassy maintain the
strictest secrecy, negotiations were
believed progressig towards a set-
Japan ma> take the position that
laws operating against her In the
United States must be wiped out, it
was understood here today. The pro-
posed California law for prohibition
even of land leasing by Japanese
also would be included in this de-
The United States is not entirely
satisfied with the "gentlemen's
agreement,'' by which Japan volun-
tarily undertakes to restrict immi-
gration and wants an absolute pro-
hibition of Japanese labor immigra-
No matter what you want, it will
.ve you time and money to use
>ER WAKr ADS.*
DOCTOR'S TRIAL BEFORE
STATE M. D. ASSOCIATION
| Trial of Dr. C. D. Hood, ot Guth-
rie. accused of violating the federal
| law in the dispensing of morphine,
will be held Wednesday by the
state board of medical examiners,
who began a two-day meeting at the
Hucklns hotel Tuesday.
j Ten candidates for licenses to
practice medicine within the state
commenced taking examinations
I Tuesday morning.
They are: A. T. Hansen. Chicka-
sha; Howard Pitts. Okmulgee; E. E.
• 'hurch. Enid: W'm. C. Miller, Guth-
rie; Robert McKay. Broken Bow; H.
I A. Ramser, Chicago, 111.; C. 8.
< ubik. Caldwell, Kan.; J. W. Brown.
Tengchow, China; W. T. Napier, and
Henri McRiley, Boley. The last two
j The board will adjourn Tuesday
inoon to attend the funeral of Dr.
(John W. Duke, president of the
state board of health, which will be
held at Guthrie. L. E. Emanuel, of
"chickasha, is prerldent of the
I board, and J. M. By rum, of Shawnee,
BROOKLYN WOMEN TELL OF EXI'ERI- JSk AXV«.n,.d m
ENCES IN IRELAND
London, who passed the entrance some press dispatches sent on hi
examination by writing her answers 1)os Moines speech. Harding issued
to the questions in the Braille ;i formal statement, restating his po-
alphabet. sition. It is, he said, against the
* present league, but In favor of some
Women In Turkey, by a new law. association that will tend to prevent
are not allowed to be seen In public war and promote better understand-
wlth a man. ing between nations.
THE BIGGEST QUESTION AT
THE NOVEMBER ELECTION
BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM
TODAY AM) WEDNESDAY,
Wm. Fox Present* | Win. Fox Presents
GLADYS BRGCKWELL GEORGE WALSH
IN POWERFUL TALE OF LOVE IN TWO-FISTED WESTERN
"White Lies" 'Sink or Swim5
A STIRRING STORY OF LIES FULL OI REIMII.OOIIED ACTION
MITT JEFF, IN
"The fow Pnnt-hrr**
FOX NEWS OF
Oil EAT Til KILLS
nlnic Next Tli
KrU sat.—1The Ren
Morj of the errnt west In
nt "The Hlrth «•( n Nation"
klyn Fiirnam In "Vnnlslilnir
Stiite Mini ( •
. present* "The
I. A seten reel
First-hand stories of the civil war In Ireland were told by Mrs. T.
Clanann and Miss Mae Walsh of Brooklyn, N. Y., upon their recent ar-
rival from abroad. They saw many flshta between the different factions
to the British troopa. On the way to a seaport their train was held up
a&4 botb Fere robbCd of many valuable*,
Shall medical men be given a; amination in medicine and sur-
complete monopoly, and Chiro- ser.v, neither of which they
praetors and other drugless use, denlf to them the
A.A. , 3 . * right to practice either. This
i practitioners be driven from i feature cf the bill makes it es-
1 the State? Uential for the Chiropractor
That is the direct intent of; who has already qualified for
' Senate Bill No. Ill, which was practice, to put in three or four
passed by the Sixth Legislature years of additional study in
| at the behest of the Medical medicine and surgery in order
| Trust. Enforcement of the law to pass the medical board, and
| was held up by a referendum then denies him the privilege
i petition, but the bill, State of the use of this know-ledge.
Question No. 94, will be voted Can you think of a more un-
! on at the November election, just, un-American, un-Chris-
! The bill provides for Chiroprac- tian discrimination and class
j tors and others to take an ex-; legislation ?
Vote YES on State Question
And Help "Bust" the Trust
CLASSIFIED CLUTE SAYS:
-4s you clean your house this
Basement, garret, barn and all
Use the ads
Sell that good, used chiffonier
You'll make some money,
Use the ads
CALL MAPLE 7600
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