The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, November 21, 1919 Page: 2 of 16
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PLUNGE EUROPE WOULD CALL ON
INTO CHAOS BRANDEIS
Senate Action Will Do It Dc- Manly Says He's Man to Head
Tllli OKLAHOMA NEWS
Note: Thomas Nffcon I'age.
flintier niiihssMdor to Italy, «no
lias mwiUy returned from tluat
country. in the following art trie
gives lila view* as I" In* prob-
able effect of the defeat on the
treaty In tile aenatc.—
U. S. Coal Commission
nv 'I HO MAS NKI.HON PA«K
Written for I lie I 'liitrd Prrtw*
Washington, Nov. 21.—I consider
defat of the peace treaty as an
Those who defeated It have « •
Hiimed the most terrible rexponal*
blllty which any men have as
Hum. d In our time, its effect must
l>« to plunge Kurope into even
deeper chaos, from which America
can hardly escape entirely.
Those who were most against the
treaty and the league of nations
were the (icrmms. the extreme
Klvtn Keiners. the I. W W. and the
Bolshevists. Those who have Just
killed the teraty however, sincere
• heir motives, have f:lven these
causes for great rejoicing:.
IyHilt Hack n Year!
Nans maintains that the treaty
or the league was perfect. 1!ut
everyone knows In his heurt thut
it waa a better treaty and sanction
than was hoped for one year ago.
Just one year ago and a little
more. America and the world were
holding their breath at what was
happening in France.
We were vowing to fiod that If
peace were vouchsafed us, that
thing which was destroying the
world had already swept away so
many millions of men. should never
come again. The ruins of France
and Italy still were smoking. ]
Our men were dying by thous- j
and* In the Argnnne and along j
other fronts to save the world, and !
It was saved.
All Others Approve
I waa present when David Lloyd
CJeorge laid the treaty of peace on
the table of the house of commons
and declared that the league or
natlotm waa the only means of
future safety in sight, and that he
oould not Imagine how any "••risi-
ble man could oppoje It being fully
Hlnce that time the treaty has
been approved by all the allies.
But the senate of the U. 8. has
rejected alike the treaty and the
league of nations. Thus the U. 8.
and China stand out alone agalnsl
the treaty and the league. China
may have a defensible reason but
what reason have we?
If the treaty did not protect
America, then human intelligence
hka no sound basis.
Europe is in a condition border
lug on caos. and this is not likely
to bring order there. The first
thing will be Germany's relief
from the exactions of the teraty
Can it be that she now will
put forth her efforts to pay the
great reparation amount Imposed
upon her unless Indeed she recog
nlses that the present situation
offers the unexpected chance for
her to conquer the world once
If not this, th^n the result must
and probably will be In any event,
re-establishment of great arma-
We Musi Arm
The league of nations, buying
been repudiated by us, the result
to us is clear. It means we must
Inaugurate hero a great armament.
We. Germany and China alone
stand outside of the league which
«it present constitute^ a sort of
Inchoate alliance of those who have i
The present situ it ton as I see
It is that we have had a chance I
to escape being overwhelmed in !
what threatened to be a universal i
deluge and the senate has thrown1
It away. We must now find some
other ark of safety.
The chief builder of the ark that!
promised us rescue worked himself
nearly to death to save u«. And'
it looks as those who were not i
called In to help build the ark have
sunk It. What will they give us
In its place.
j v. O. WUdl IsUllllllldblOn
j BY BAHIL M. MANLY,
i Former Joint C hairman I . N. War
I Washington, Nov. -I.—The n< go
j Nation* now taking place between
! miners and operator* may settle the
strike, hut they will - t settle the
The fundamental evils of the coal
mining Industry are:
1. Irregular operation due prin- '
c I pally to inadequate ear supply I
which results In meager annual In j
corner for the miner*, even with a I
fairly high dally wage, and an inade
quale supply of coal to meet the
«. Appalling wa«:e—estimated by
the geological survey at 50 percent
of the nation's greatest natural re-
•1. Kxorbitant profits for coal
I rnmpaniei who*** mines are fortun-
I ately located, with adequate coal
Can*I "Bisect" Price
It has been eatlmated that
Hclcntiflc system of production and
distribution the price of coal could
be cut almost in huif and still pay
the operators a fair margin of profit,
md give the miners larger incomes
ind better working conditions than
they now enjoy,
A properly constituted coal com-
mission, with full power to compel
testimony and the production of
liookg and papers and authority to
draft legislation, « ould. In three
months, formulate j program which
would effe< t this saving.
The details of how this commls
sion should be composed do not
nutter, but the choice of a chairman
does matter. Kvery marked advance j
r civilisation can be traced to I
■Ision, l.raln and courage of SJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIliiiliiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii. ^
strong I —
Branriets the Man
There is only one man In the U. S.
hose ability, experience and stand
ing qualify him to perform his great
public service. That inan is Judge
ilrandeis of the U. S. Supreme
! Ten years ago Judge Brandeis as
attorney for the people before the
Interstate commerce commission ex-
posed the inefficiency and waste of
the railroads and by the pressure of
public opinion forced the railroads
to adopt new and better methods of
operation and management.
Today every candid railroad offi-
cial will admit that without the im-
provement* which were effected as
the result of the Brandeis campaign,
the American railroads would hav
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ROBBERY ALARMS BANKERS
Utterly Honda and Caah Taken from
the Martha State.
Nftrcisi to The iVm
Altus, Nov. 21.—The robbery of
Uin Martha State bank at Martha
Wednesday nl ht has alarmed
bankers In this city who are plan-
um* stops to check the Merles of
bank robberies in thla vicinity.
The robbers of the Martha bank
made no effort to force the money
safe, being content with h haul of; s
about |1 00 In Uborty bond* and !.VV<
IMO in cash, kept In a smaller ji "
The men left no clue, except a
pick and a pinch bar. Bloodhounds
wore brought here from the re-
formatory at Granite but tho trail
bad been obliterated.
AMERICAN GAS DWINDLING
It c ports Show IS Town* Annually
Turn to Artificial.
"It Is to the Interest of the entire
country that natural gas committee.*
conserve their supply and releaae
coal for uae where there la no nat
This warning against the waste of
natural gaa was contained recently
In a statement of the Smithsonian •
f*U.v,Mt12n; 8uc" w«*'e. aeoordlns i
10 this statement, la one of the rea-
sons for the Increased coat of living,
since it causea a heavier draft on
the aupply of coal, thereby raising
tn« price of coal on account oi the
"It la significant that our natural
gas supply !■ rapidly playing out, ss
shown by th« fact that sn sverage
torer* <«rn to
y.£icisr..every yw-",he ~
EMIGRATION IS FEARED
Rp+citl I* The Vnr*
.ur>r^>n~-?rlt' h authorities expect
°' "'Population will
J!?°n " "hipping
«b?iS?.,.1 , emigrants to leave
— 11?^ America and the
MjanWhlla the birth rate and
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1 heir price is low, but their merits
are many; one recognizes at a glancc
that they are far above the common-
rhe fabrics being all wool are of
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coat full lined in guaranteed lining; the
season's authoritative modes and
shades; values regularlv $59.75
Exclusive modes, really exclusive
styles, beautifully tailored of hand-,
some woolen materials such as Nor--
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Frost Tip and plain Bolivias combined
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and Pussy Willow; in the season's au-
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At Lowered Prices
Smart, practical Coats in winsome
belted effects; loose line; smartly shir-
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effects in undeniable smartness; high-
est quality tailoring combined with
furs or self material and self buttons
are tastefully applied as trimmings;
soft textured Bolivias, rich Silvertones,'
Frost Glow, Silver Cords, Peach'
Bloom, etc. $100 values, now $79.75 •
$145 values, now $119, etc.
Fur Scarfs of Superb Quality, at a Decided Reducti
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Sizes 14 to 42
Charming frocks for afternoon and
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Sizes 16 to 42
Reductions of 15 lo 20 Perccnl
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