The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 68, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 1, 1921 Page: 4 of 8
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The leader otjtttrie. okla. wednesdy juxe i. 1921.
THE DAILY L CADE H
t LIIUI O. MBLACK.
rbllb4 from The Dally lUr hoi.t-
btt. Wrat Harrto trraat. aod eater!
I the Guthrie poetnfric Second cum
absorbed Stat Capital. Mtrcb S IM1;
rfk-UI Paper t"iot!(uii..nl (V.nreative;
Official City sad I'vusij paper.
Nrw lor office: N. St. SheffielJ. Ppec-lsl
Chicago office: X. VI. Sheffield Agen.
MAILT SCBHrillt'TION BATE
rrr month by carrier f .V)
Pr Jrr by carrier. In advancs &u
Per year by mail. In J ao.i
Ituelaea office: No. le Veat nrr!oo
no:nniut ao Vrr r.wtus No. li7 W.
Ht.-rlon Editorial roomn. litH TV. lUr-
rl..n. T reach all dpartmenl pbon
Ml. MBER OF thk AoritTrn rarsa.
TV Anrlatesl IT 1 i.tire;T en-
titled trt thf o f.r rcput.il ii.o if si
he rnM'ted t It r n..e oih-r-wlav-
rrllte.l In thin p-t and aLv the
suewl new uWStifi) herein.
All sowilMted mimiarrtpt. letter amt
ptr-tBlv- -nt In Thf t-ea-L't are at li-
the r1g of ihe wn-r The tet.W
presly rpintlt any responsibility f -r
their salt ctito.!T uf return.
Calls for anetety nwtlng rr.ii. ef
church to.!!. )-;or gntwi
call for church mwUug eaopt Knanav
rTn k Mred a aJrertislug
Another Rcri-ms effort will I-
made to Lrinj? the crisis over cr.aI
" beer in Kr.gland to a dose.
The casualty lit fr.ra th in-
tm;atinnal polf war is tlriftinc
in slowly but comment is l!.;it
they vent d.nvn hravevlv.
A Connecticut ""murderer i;
fiv'htinff shy of farmers as juror j
If he wcr hor.cst about it h
I "viwu bhv u t tops a t want
Perhaps just to keep the record
clear Italy and Russia have de-
tided that they can't trade with
each other unless the rules are
The Chioapo judpe who sen-
fenced five younp women to at-
tend church for a year was not
very complimentary to the
church wheu you co:ne to fl ink
Mexicans heaped CarranEa's
ith flowers on the anni-
! versary of his murder. This
i delicate remembrance mav cn-
i vourage. President Ohre.n'
Philadelphia preacher waufs
Harvey recalled if he repeats his
speech. Bnt it han't been noticed
that Harvey is jriven to repeatmi;.
iic s too original for that.
KevI t fclo'ideii lAo'.frieia - bw
who zojfftt iih'fMfift. d liw
listen pleasantly to description
of Bergdoll's brother - that he
lacks physical eoiirape in spite of
his reckless darinsr
. . - : i .i " - . . t.
AS TO AMERICA '
A correspondent the other dav
tcNjk a newspaper to task for say.
ivg -America -yehtn "the
I'nited States" was meant say-
inp that while this was a Euro-
lean custom it was "not our way
until recently." and that "no
J Print Afhtri It
hmt: Mr rW tint
4 kmU pomd tint
tmWifi mfd mth
rorf cryttmi g Ui
A m id r wit h
R. J. RarmaUa
j-l Hot water
W W a f w
President priiT to Koos've!t ever
spoke f our ecuntry as Amer-
ica." t"r.!b-tib?'d!y lr- eonstitutional
v.?.'".? of tins eu!itry is the
t'ni'ed K?ates of America. H it
it was called America lotii before
it was named th I'nited States
and it has Thus been called r.M
alone recently ns oir correspond
cut seemed to thirik but frcm t!1."
besrir.ninir. and nt alone by
Kuror-eans. I ut also bv the mot
ike t fie
t;ai:ic- of American wi.i
h !el.il -.s
to you uj your tiatior.a! .-aprf-Jtv.
k ir...... : i .-t .. i .
a .!( i
Virginian but an Ameriean."
do!'.n Ada-v.s wrote of t!si eon-
try s Anierica. and did Madi-
son Hamilton i.uverr.et:r Jfr-
ris and John Q'tittcy Ada:i s. Ir.
both the pr litninary and the
definitive treaty of peace of IT'!
this country was repeatedly
t'cille l America and Jay's treaty
iti 1791 spoke of "Amerb-ait citi-
zens." "American vessels" and
the "ports of America."
In a later feneration Emerson
in his essays (ioorjre Hanerofe in
his history and Webster Evert tt
and Kufus ("hoate in orations
spoke of the I'nited State as
'America and of its people - as
Americans. "I I also- am an
American'" cried W l"t r "I
tjis Jw;i'aT .Vni-r' 'tw. I live an
American. I shad ue an Anijri-
It is true that ceoeraphieall.v
the name "America" he!o;iS to
the entire continent indeed to
both continents" of this- ' h' mi
spliere and that
ciarv-cit t.v other conn
tries lint it i
I so tr te that it !'''
:o th.is country'''
was first itiven to
by n-n w'r.o Mt-rc
akti1 in lhrw.a nt a! ut rii'S
lialv XJ n of the DEPARTMENT AS SHACKS BURN
ThifnYoi. e and later of the! Juno 1-"w cant use the
Pnited State as Amert-a. in con-5'fiaii:rfEt w" an:1 for tha; re'
.....i .; ( -. . i --iSop. have do: asked for more appar-
V .. t c. K i. - .
cins. ;f t! s.u;n. : t
that uvtire. .t b-ast to j
.. -hJiVi : A
'l his country
1 a ; r
i.-r ti e
fortticd adjci-ti vai
its rais;e. Thv -.v-
"" tf 't s.
ir you smoke P. A.!
Get that pipe-party-bce buzzing in your smoke-
section! Know for a fact what a joy' us jimmy pipe
can and will do for your peace and content! Just
check up the men in all walks of life you meet daily
who certainly get top sport out of their pipesall
aglow with fragrant delightful friendly Prince'
And you can wager your week's wad that Prince
Albert s quality and flavor and coolness and its
freedom from bite and parch (cut out by our exclu-
sive patented process) will ring up records in your
little old smokemeter the likes of which you never
before could believe possible!
You don't get tired of a pipe when it's packed with
Prince Albert! Paste that in your hat!
And just between ourselves! Ever dip into the
sport of rolling 'em? Get some Prince Albert and
the makm s papers quick and cash ia on a ciga-
rette tlut will prove a revelation!
the national joy smokt
ha been proposed. I nt it U too
labored and affected. So the
Kreat mass of our people use a
"term which is corivci.ient dijnii
Jied anJ of historic uiaife
ROTARY CLUB STARTS NEW
YEAR WITH PRPOMISE
H said the Mullht test well a b-
low l.S fee t ahj ihaf "oi! i r-
itUn.' "And Guthrie wi!l profit huse-
ly h(n the sand ! hi!" he Mid
Mrs Za.-k Mulhall. "ho stayed when
fan ;he !ulha!!s" wen: out h
: world." p!eaan!ly cknoir!edsed the
Pr Hilt annojneed that Mis Mild-
rd lsijis wit! leave (ir PaTenport.
la . Thursdaj" to contest in the plan J
ro iec and asked teleprai hir ction
of :he r!u! a: the Maie of the con-
test. Pre.-tid nt Gahl Introdwrd the new
offuerji of the tluh and bespoke ood
thinss fo Rotary the coxing year.
Secretary Ijoiii F!fnon read the
chtb report for April which showed
&n a'ier.dance of $S 1-2 per cent. He
al.-o re.u! le'tem from Gor F."verett
1 H:'l jral-iing the local Rote bunch.
F:lm cf the conference work at
: ' i . ......... v. v. . f
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i ' '"
K. W. I.ir.ti ia a !!ei f-r the
toiir.tv fair and .told of preparations
to be made for the bis show thU year
'Que:ionaire covering fair acttrities
were passed anion :be members
Desire has been expresses that the
fair this year "he made different."
snd th.it j'.e i'on-es Stistead of
horj racirst be carded
The isisr year was a highly suc-
rensful one for Rntary; under the
euidance of President Gahl the com
ing year is full of $ree promise. The
Leader will print the committees for!3 uds 001 p"a wa.
me year mm or row.
75 PERSONS KILLED
IN TULA RACE WAR
(CnnMniK-d trom ease 1.)
NEGROES FLEE FROM
TULSA IN DROVE.
Hatt'esv.lle Jun 1 A t:ain rrtv
f'oni Ta'sa that pased thr.vjgij be:.
ti mormnj; told the operator the
I'r.ion depot he had passed three
! 'Vnssarsd neree.i rear Owasao thi
ln t'rnin an t''?' wr headej in th
e;;erTicn o: isarnes' i ? i ne o;c.
;.'cr said that he was 'ot I by the
x most of the tiecrces were wa
a'.as rrcm otner cries k. v. .iuer
fire chief sa'd at 10 o'clock this
"It would mean a fireman's life to
a stream of water
or. one of
; s'ntse negro hui'.dine. They phot at
- u .ill morning hen wo were trying
o :o sorne'.h:ng but none of my men
were hit. There is cot a chance in
J. J. HILL THE RAILROAD BUILDER
"IF YOU want to knw wiiftlnT. you are
desthiftl t lt' a suiH'es or ntj viu ran failv
finl out. Tlu' tt-st is simple :ml infallible.
Are You aMe to .sue money f If not hp out.
You will lose you may think norflmt yu will
lose as suit as fate for the seel of success is
not in you."
Oklahoma State Bank
"The Bauic far Everybody."
LYMON J. GRAY Pre. E. E. PARSONS Ctuhicr.
orld to get ihroush that mot...th hai !ak.
into the negro distri-1
"We have five h.-.es protecting the
arehouses cn the Katy railroad and
1 think we hare tf.em ed. If the
wind should change the white re.4-
denee eetion ea.t of the negro dis-
trict noul4 be men ced.
'The fire ha eft Greenw-ood
i"reet where the n:ro business sec-
!io3 mas located ar.i Is sheejiing
around the hill to the north. So far
I the white resides etion oa tie
I V V . K . . ...
i Diet Aider lnd:Lj!ei iha: h
prepared to call for ou'side assis-
ance ia case it betax? necessary.
MUSKOGEE MILITU OTF
FOR SCENE OF TROUBLE
Muskogee. j.ne i -The city wa8
thrown Into a huh pivh of excite-
ment. he0 the f n depar-.ment s
sirea was nouade-l at 10: 0 calling
out the national furds for duty at
Tulsa. I wad some moreen's before
quiet could be res::red through an-
O'Hincesnent that the ..all was for the
WHITE GIRL KILLEO
BY BLACK SNIPER
A wtiite girl was reported killed
a N'orth Peoru in the v.rinity of ri
ref nery. The report could not b-
vcriflel at io o'clock.
The f;rir.? came froai a iot whe e
throughout the early morning hou-
rve hundred white men and a thou-
l-ind negroes fired pj-h c-
rai.roaa track. First reports to
Li"" n"adqu ir'ers Mid that th-
ti-es ot sit to ten necroes cou'd
'e seen lylry !n i spare dey-ricbod
i - .
No A.ansl and - The poMre ai
report that tare St. Iviuls : j
an Franci.-o railway
ard a brakenian had t-een shot to
At 10 o'clock it
was re;ortej two '
cur!oadg cf negroes from .Musk.vr
had passed Kendal College located -n
the eastern part of the city.
NEGROES HERDED IN
j CITY HAL"L AND PARKS
! At S o'clock 2.-1") nee roes had ber-
j ottered at tor.venUon hall utiaer
gnard It was filled an was aio th
.tiice s;ai;on The remainder of
hrse gathered up are being taken to
Searching For A '
Lost Gold Mine
j Edmonton. A'.ta. June l Searru
j tor a lost river riTer of gold wi'!
itt undertaken this year by severil
ptospectors including old-t raers
I from the Yukon and Alaska who a o
;.tw here outf.ttfng for the long jour-
j ney Into tfce "north country. Th s
lost riTer bed. w here the Peace River
jonce Towed ig somewhere in the big
tend of the Peaco bisected by a lino
arawn rrom Fort EL John to the
mouth of tie Battle RiTer.
Some years ago Indians bro'jga'
Into Fort St John fair g'zed go'd
nugget which according to the talj
I told by old timers cf the north he
j t!ieoverevl ta a stream- in the coun-
tty to the northeast of the post
i Soon'after this an old trapper.
itite man. who made Fort St. Johc
h a headanarters. came into the Fot
jVith a quantity of coar goM wh:-;:!
lie bad trashed from soma stream In
a similar direction to that Irotr.
hich the Indian bailed.
He never Tisited his trap lines af
ter this living on the fat of the land
ta carefree idleness at the post He
j'often disappeared when eTer his
Istpplies of necessaries ran low and
joull be away for a fevr days a!-
Vays returning with fr3h snpp'y
Ta'.s aged trapper lived in tht
itanner for a n limber of years. Kc
died aj cany trajrers and nortlt
All are undi
F. D. Roosevelt
To Help Blind
Franklin D. RoofT!t forirer A
itir.t Secretarj? of the ay ba -cfptM
the invitation of M; Wmifre-J
Holt to rve as lairnian of the r.m.
mittee for i.itfho'ciii-' for t'ic B''t I I
in it J'O.KO campaign ifr. Roosc-
vrlt i fotbiwin the leadership ot t
Frei!ent Warren ('. Har(!-?-g h
Honorary Cha-'rrran ot the (' nimote-. (
Andre-- W. Mellon. Serrearv of th? i
i Treaurv i Honcrarv Trea ;rcr an i i
Lewis I.. CS'k" I'residerit of the '
American F.xchir.ge N'a'ior.a! Panic it j
The purpose of ihe C"-"t.itee is i
the furtherance cf the i"teret of the
b:ind jn lhe Vrite State ai thct-gh- i
out the world throuvh tlie'r ph
mn:t iTuti ;.t:;v liie oc-
I vfjomen". ot metn.n;s and plans tor
I their .!uct!Ort and instrn-'ion and
I through the oreri.-g of new trade and
Other otmpatior. f-r their employ-
Mi Holt i
of the I.-ghthocve" because
her fifteen ear" wcrk witi
New York .Vsxiation for the
Blmd ard hr ;x jer' wrk witii
the Committee for Men Bonded in
Battle in France and the America i
Committee for llelirs Italian Bim !
Cor.tr:but!or rrav b- s'nt to Le-.
L Garke. Tra?.:-'. Ill Last Fut-
"SUlth ft ytw York City.
Leader Classified Ads. Get Rm:Ua
country men have on th trail. Hi
oevy was toon-1 frozen. xVitb hi.n
or.t bi. secret he nver having to. J
to anyone the location of big fiti l
The bocks of the Hudson a Ray cotn-
:tt.y !i;i contain a large credit ac-
tfunt in the name o'. the
Northmen who tell the sto-y of tV
m.-stic Ei Dorado corth of the Feme's.
declare that the gold was ca'y aval'
.''ic after a hary fall of snow wit
waicn ne old fellow apparentl-
wached bis mineral. From an anal-
ls of the circumstances eoera'ly
ir is tnoiiint that the place frn.i
wl.ich the gold was taken was som
old river bed where the Peace one?
f.uwed. tut whether the story is oo
1"' or Bot nfSr;aiD8 t0 rrovel.
r resiw'ora cowever. are putiin
uo good money to test the tniti -if
fbe theory that the precous nieti!
t-es exist somewhere to the north c;
Clear Kills in long quantities.
WANTED Clean light cotton rags
at Leader office.
HF LOCAL MOMENT
Sir. and Mrs. Zaclt JCtThaH and
rg t . trfj
NEWS OF THE
GIRL VIOLINIST SHOWS
Notifcle Perfonsinces In Varied
Music by the VorlJ's Greatest
RIKA MORI XI t!s
ftrl bo baa iutt
tikrn tier pfic
inoii th jrr.t-
ef ! world a
sct of tii n
ictor Record for
June wita. ir.tpir-
cd cut charm.
i.urop knew her
a child. In
America sht hit
ttn bailed tf
crltk and music lovers from tb t'."vt
of iff f-ru apperan. llfr (lr
rord it sprightly melodifoa tLrat
.irawinj upco all the ttiftnical re-
nureet cf tfc inftratrnt uirati
ditle-top. xju'.!ie iiimrg tniU
aad cie'icate ar3i vca of pasuge
wcrk. Beyend this f.ir it the diin
fire t f uie periect -;;erpTrter to hom
the i:r.p--ioie iirr '.t it only a mean
to a end.
Aa na frc.tt Verdi'a epera "Doa
Carl-" the frte'.i :r;n ef Rodrg
in which ke appei! to h.t fnetid "O
Carlt aocv-sta Ok Carlo. Littrq tJ
'y Fleji1 It Ie Lucas new ktir
Jiorf cj cf kit fineit. T1j beautiful
rielcniY ia ucg with tplcnslid power ar.d
Two fragile ftjwett cf Debutty"
nusic whicb have forced their wty t.
the light titer a l.--g titusst are oi-
ferej by Ccrtct in a rerorJ of endur-
ing levetires. ' ta f.-'t aux chnrat
rte Ln (The Girt with the Fle
ilni'ri it a delicately poetic number
exhaling a ch-m hve the fr-nrance of
meTicitr. "Menestrel ( Mintreli
hit a more vigrrom rhythro alnvt tha
wipj cf a peasant dance flcik ex-
ctrplify the f.nest development of nod-
ern Franch tr.usic
Sophie Craslaxi's ontributioo this
i-rnth it a a-rg in por'ir ttvle "Same
Old. Leir Old Thee. The ir.eKxty it
;!iple i-irrundrd with orchettral
CJ'nter-meloile which lend it beauty
snd dit!nctioru A nomert of "Home
iSeet licroe" repeated but brief aad
evar.eicent at a tiara rf memory
echoes ia music tae cietuje of the
"My rk. Like Jdy Heart U En-
etrm bere-1 with Cart" sicga Dufren
in "Zix O ciio ji
this iaientc dra-
matic aria with
deep feelinz. The
man hired from
Ihis wife and chil-
dren in Tarit by
1ir artt ef a Iru-
iit -hall tinirer de-
eiet at lilt !
proe ter up and
return to Lis fa-
srilT. The ciotic
tell all hit spirit-
through which are
eard fliirpaes cf
the beauty and
srrtterr cf life.
Leopold Stokow-iki tai t'.etea thit
rtoBth fnr the rhiladetphia Orcoettra's
Victor Record -Jbe Knie of the aluy-
Tic" from "Die Walknre." It wai an
old Norse behef that ait' a battle the
datifthters cf Wcn catre ndin?
thrmieh the stormy t-vV to carry the
cyint; heroes to Yalhalla. Nothing in
il modern music equ-ilt the over-
wlelaitr.f deluse cf sound wl-.ich betrt
long the theme of tbit i)thical ride.
.The orchittra interprets it uii puwer
snd ilcc? undcrstaading.
i . -
Caruso Heard in a Sacred
As a rT.inder that tnric Cary
The peer'eo urera tenor is also one of
the greatest historical interpreters cf
the music of Christian devotion his
new Victor Record fr June is frost
Fossini's "Mese Solenelle." The
-Dcmir.e ileus hat a steady vigorous
yet graceful tread. All technical con
siderations d.e sway as the glorious
.dle ? the. f'0"0"'
uplifted to acknowlede the
of God. Few have heard this
music sen as Caruso sines it few
indeed have heard his great voice soar-
ing and swelling as here. But ail r-.ar
hear it now for its echoes safely caught
by the Victrcla will never die.
A posped hymn ft tmly American
type Sometime We'll Understand" is
aung by Madame Schumann-Heink in
response to s great p-p-jhr demand.
Oniy one who hat faced lite at msoy
points ctuld ting thit air viih such
completeness of sympathy. The Orches-
tral setting is touched by tn occasional
bell-tone ss perhaps the visionary
fleam of Divine light might touch and
Juinins tome caiet soul paruin
steadily it upward way. .Vocally the
accord is beyond praise.
"The Last Bote cf Summer" Celtic
In origin is certainly now the common
roperty of the human race surrounded
ss It is br poetic Wend and musical
history. Mischa Lin-. an plays it in
d-ohle fori two strings in 1: ui I.
scnging harmony. His vioUn grows
mysterious contemplative almost mys-
tical in beauty returning before the
Close to a sweet and simple tendernes.
After the last
strains thee i s
beautiful sf ter-
rete or two like
the lingering faw-
well of the rose's
ing to leave tis
welcomed the re-
turn of Moe. Fori
after the th-oat
restored her g'or-
wious voice. o
:dit wecotr.es her
J new Victr-r Record
JM" from "No;re df
j F igaro Deh
vietii. non tardar
(Ah why deUy y long?)" Susanna is
singing a love-invitation r-j-t of a plan
by her mistress while her accepted
lover hio'es nearby ovr-ccr-e with jeal-
rosT. The pure yet secuctne grace ef
the aria Is ur.ercellet ty aa;t.T.cg in
Tfiusic. Vow will never cea-e to win-
der at the long oft ctcar p.iase sr.d
the manner in which Mme. Vri tings
"Andrea Chenier Son test mt-snni
fStnty Years Hast . Thou Sersevi
themi" s n??nis'-ent dramati: re-let
it King by Titta Ru:to. Gersrd
who afterwards rise t. power in the
French Revolution. eeing hi oH
t.iiicr budened with a load ot furai-
children are here from Mulhall lie
says the Mulhall test well Is down
l.Si0 feet with goo prospects.
Prof. Jeffries of die central Normal
tQT J tire AZ rqai Edmond. I
S . a
It i 1 I
MUSICAL WORLD fi
tart enre the follies ad vice ef he
e. and fve warne.f that the Revo-
lution it noi to b'ek He beir r"J-
fuUr. bet Uter develop almot Jembls
bover and force under which tne ib-
atruwet of the orchestra teem
timter in confu. -.'.
I hear the 'cello said " sit
yVhitman. "it is the rmirf tns
j-eart t ceenplamt . . " Han KiwUef
justf to the full thit poetic etinvatw
cf la inttrument. I the "Soos
without Words'" he interprets the
yearnine" airam with trnt sincere.
tender mc- U ' n'ii ?. ettf
tional recvrfX Jt reeal to ad who
hear it the toof J the computer aatd
eemicftr e.tu lie- ul f U ira-
aueot ittelf. V
Son of Sentiment Sun W
"ParliBf the magic word whlenla
eauted many S heart ta throb atJ
ihi . m n m Ai I lmherf
MrvBy -; en ew KHor
Record for June. In ita kwsJr welvXtvN
the word cf sweet emotion
open new world of beauty.
coioeed crebetrl hartnoaies iirr
almott ettfoid the !r silvery teittf.
voice in which this Ughtfully roma-i
tic ciimpvvwtioo is virff. "Lor In Lilae
TiiEe" it een mors Intense!' intcren-
tioif eoniurina; tip tha fragrswes ef
sarden-hlac in rprinajtime whJ
sir is felled with ths sen of beutil
yet unspoken thitigs. Aftee an intevj
lude ffr the ohoe with ths violin and
with be!! the voice returns at ths
h-e tea a fire climav.
How sincere a tribute to inotsev-
lood tound when sunf by saes'i
voice! 'Somebody's Mother' gives
the Teerletj Ouartet full sdantaf
the tender tlien:e. A lonely pjthetie
i-uiv u S.MV e- re i ' I'd w v w
face that will mean her s brief
apan of life before life' comes S
end form the centri.1 figure of flNS
soog. "I Found s kote in the Dtt
garden" a aong of unutiul beauty by
the Sterling Trio occupies ths other
side ef this Victor Record.
Returning to the subject of mothers.
Henry Furr sings "My M'.ther'i
ning Prayer " a smooti tfeloty with)
a violin cbblipto auch a strait ss
m;ght creep through and triftvfujltise)
the mind in the silent act of pre.
' Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep"1 is H
er.i.!'y touchin and limpie numbef.
The vo'.ret ef Charles Hrt sod Elliote
5br fo'kw one another closets'
through harmonies that rise into great
"Nettle In Your Daddy's Arm." h
the American Quartet is Be a record
but s jubilee. BMh. ths word and sm
sic are of a cudd!eome nature frfnt
the mouths of this highly interesttof
outfit the eons goes over ia triutrtfA.
The Feer!- Ouirtet doe eve-y bit SS
well with "I'm Mitrin' JJammys
Ki?in'" a true "Sf4mmy" socg woo-
Miinroe Silver's first song record is
a "wolf." "Rebecca" stared two years
in ilecca then ca-ne home dicrdi
few convention! garments trao-si
Turkish "tttbekah" in a bubb!e-ptp
danced the Midway dance snd other
wie scandalited the neshborhood.
Silver's style it superb. Bil.y Murray
is Lit record-mate with "My old Neiir
Jersey Home." The home is covered
tip by fttent-medicioe sgitt : passenger
t.'cs rjn by every hour and the fam-
ily ets it surrlf of coal by estate
lace at the "i;inee.r.
fcuta the "ifarca King" hat s new
double record thit monthtwo brilliant.
in.ipinn- t p i en-
- did. oowerful
marches. Net 1
know t that Stisa
marches are f lay-
ed and iovei today
in every country
in the civilized
world and ir
many lands where
liarely thnwt SO
W h m hitman-.H?
ceae ta thrill
the clear. invigor-S
sting ttrains iT
there will be some- f
thhur wrong wnk
apeak the language of patriotism to sXU
TKe New Fox Trots Are the
Joterh C. Smith and His Orchestra
in the new Victor Record for Jne "I
Lst ;.(. Heart to You" and 'Biokets
. Moon Without You" ntedlev fox
trott mane the time work overtime.
To play a f.- trot that will do for the
gooe toddle ard ail the rett of thfl
pcpular menagerie down o the taegtv
trust make an orchestra leader feci like
the man in the fable who bad to crots
the r:er with the fox the goote and
the corn. But Jceph C Smith knows
the antwer. Here he hts the perfect
dsnce tempo the time that Suits thena
There seems to 1 no limit to th
things Fan! Whiteman can do with
a modern orchestra. He can take in-
strumental combinations that by all the
accepted laws cf things ought to soond
like a musical too St feeding time can
make a fox trot of them and set a
whole continent dancing to the result.
"Underneath Hawaiian Skies" Is on
ef the most daringly beautiful things
he has done while "Sip Sip Sippy
Shore'' Medley On Step is a dathma;.
nappy vigorous dance with too many
effects to be crowded Into a descrip-
tion. "All for You Haprineft1 alto br
"Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra is
twelve whole inches of delirious fox
trot sometime soft and dreatnv with
floating seductive melodies and sgsitt
thrilled with tt e masculine strength of
the horns. The All Star Trio sad
Their Orchestra play "Moonbeam
Finirj" Medley Fox Trot in which;
the braes seem fairly to root for joy
while the xylophone trickles like a
silver trook n the tonal landscape
The All Star Trio specialists in joy
-e taken to writing their own record.
"Te;ch Me" Fox Tret is bv George
Hamilton Grren the xylophonist aad
Victc Arden the pianirt wrote "Round
the Town." Wadrworth's big stxo-
phorse hco's ercoara cement like a bjr
bro'her alorj the tide lines.
"EI Relicario" it probably the moat
po-rtlar scng in Latin America tcdav.
Though not evactly a dance as the
Flue and White Marimba Band plays
it is swift ti-ie makes you feel hi-e
o'ancing. It is the story of a fallen
torreador played in lhri!l-n. icy
tremolo. Ferera and Frarchim wbea
you twrn the record over ene yes
something eaiily danced t "Ha-vaiim
Waits r imely l-esutifu'. t'jivenng fl
tbr"U7i w-i-h the "itland WaiL"
If these records interest vow and
there are few people indeed wh e--rot
Pd pieaitrre tn sme part ef this
fa'cmatin musical array any Victor
dealer wtil be only to KiJ to ptJy
them for you without ot lr rjea on veer?
part even though you are not the for
tun-te jx)c4o.- at a VictroU.
Local colored people are not inter-
ested in the cutting-np at Tulsa
"Mum of the race trouble in Tulsa
is due to the Influx of a lot srf new
colored people from the north" saicj
one local colored man.
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Niblack, Leslie G. The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 68, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 1, 1921, newspaper, June 1, 1921; Guthrie, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc713123/m1/4/: accessed June 21, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.