The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 275, Ed. 1, Monday, June 28, 1920 Page: 4 of 10
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Dally Biblical Quotaton
MONDAY .it m: m
! The l.in.1 f boat it with M tha Und nf
Iriri.li a our refuge. Can. J:7.
Orr.lt Hod assist mn through the flgh'.
Make m. triumph ml in thy might
TIm.ii Hi.. deepORdlng heart Canal raise
Tha victory mine nnd Ihlna lha prn lc
nr.. MOre. than MMRWRnl through hi
.un. ii.iFii un Knrn n7.
Tin: OOMVBN'rtON toh.w.
A MM deinncraUn nalii.niil RPIHflRlllIU at
8n I raiularn open flilai mi. ruing two fad RM
prominent The fliat la Wonrlrnw Wilson la
not only a tenptlvr candidate hm desire thr
noinlnaiion Arlvicr frnm rlaco and lh. Ju.Ik-
rnrnl of vitrlnua ilfli.KHUrtna en nulla clearly rlln-
Thr tilhar la a roaliiion haa hn-n fnrnir.t
aRlnal that -ontlnn.y anil thr rniivriiilnii
will oprn Mllh R flflrl iinllml attalnat Wllai.n
for h thlnl trrm In vrry inurh lh RMMMR
Ifcl OkMRflR RtRRBRtl wit It fial.1 MfMl nmilnat
lha in.mliiatliin nf Wonrl.
Thtiratlay than vraa IBMUtli 'if 1lftlr
nt Rail fjika City. It la artlrl thitl rtv.rc Ihnii
10 prr rrnt nf lht memlirrahli In till innven
Hon tvaa rrnraarntorl. Tha rnault wrta a hard
and fnat rnmhlnatlon crxnniltled to rvarlnailng
oppoaltlon to a third trm fur Wllmm thut
whlla ha waa not raprtMantrd In tha niarilnr
fol. Itryan ha aurrcd In aland with ihr MRU
Ion fnrthat purpMR Ami nna of tha RrRmtRtnl
Rtnili in. n prr-aenl at th- niantlnii mhIiI thai Hit.
oealltlon Wauld hold a a alronuly aciJnit Mi A In.
Tluia Frlaro hut. iti V..Wi nnrl JohjWDn ai rj.v'd
aHlrifr a flrlrt actlna in RMtMhTt And it will
havn a MMMjtMRM iinanpiTt. .1 p. ihnpa aa
that whh h vrntunl.nl -t Chliaito Which will
prnv.. onra amiln that political hllt.iry la not
mad.- hy appaarannea but by cmvintlon action.
A TRAVWrt 'V UBBOSt.
Th" hriui lii.ntam nf RMRMPMy waa navar mora
Rlarlnifly ilrmiuialri I than In tho artlM Oi
Ita nattenal commlttra rafualntj Rcnator hard a
aaat In tha ronvanllmi If It i ( finally r-
toctad by tha MVRMtMl tlaalf It will Ra hypo-
arlay of tha moat Indafrnalhle kind for tha
daniocmtit priy n lha ftur. to M) rf
RtthW party nf the panpla or a party nf liberty.
Rt-nator Jlard waa not a rundldntp for tha
dab'wntaahlp from hi hnma dlnrlct Ilut ha
waa alactnii. Tha damncratlc party rula of
Mlwmuri la bourbon to the hone. Th ronaraa.
alonal dlatrlcta nrr not permitted to nam their
oanilldate and credential them aa I tha RUMOR)
wlih rpulillcana. Inataad tha demonatlc
voter arr permitted to auga-eat candidate to
the atat convention but the hoaaea In control
of the party Ulnae that dominate the elate convention-have
the power to reject the nonilna-
tlona of the voltra t hemaelvea.
Thla RM done by ibe democratic hneae of
M1MMH In the caae of Heed. Ill home illtrlct
thi n ennvenod a convenilnn and r-eleeteii and
. Irnllaled him to lh.' nailnnni convention
Hr RffRrot hla credenilnl tn the national rom-
mlitae which rejected therp In favor of the
boaaea' arbltary action by u majority ao far aa
alatea are concerned hut a minority ao far M
atani Importnncn In the election la ROROOrMd
Why thla hiKh-hunded autocratic ncilon?
The iihuve facta were agreed to hy both allien
Ri el waa rejected becauaa ha had voted UKulnM
the prnaldent on the lennue nf nation an lue
that the prORjRRIal und all of hi aatelltca never
tire of aeurtlnT waa not a party laaue. Thua
the ilemn. ratlc party haa eatabllahed the Im-
poaalbla proMMR that a member of It oifRR
Uallon dare not Uilnk for hlnia. If and RMMRM
RO llbarty of aotton ni;lut tho autoo y that
control it high cnmuel.
Thai 1 the mural of the Iteed Incident A
gentlemen who OpptaWti the aeallnK of Heed ad-
mltled frunkly atated thut but for hla vota
againat the leaKUe of nation there waa no
rina.in on canh why hla credential ahnuld not
be honored by the MMMWIRR No parly In all
the biatory of political over t ommittnd a gravi r
Iranm caalon agtimat genuine popular govern-
ment thavn thla.
The post-card platform idea of TIM TlMltlMII
Mar; h ill t alao aound. W have un imprealon
lht th PlteM convention could not do better
than to let Turn Marshall write the platform
then nominate hm nr it. Hm It won't.
We think morn than intaalng algiilflcancr at-
tuchea to tho atal. mnl "I Mr. Holt of Florida
that Cov. Kdwatda ha won the atfecllun of
ull aoutlicriiera. for the aoulhernera havo lung
bwa famad for their puaalon tn toy wg
R in ander tMM gnla may IMID the
gcntltjy ail Of hOMRRMptRf w.i wnri'l. i wli.it
ha baennia of the old f n hmned ninlber who
nolialdere.l l her flrt duly In Inaliuet th
child In the hnni' lv oniillhmegM
Have tan Indeed arrived at 'he pofM where
Ihe PMfMMlkllltMR uf piirenthond ra utterly
dlaregnrde.l M Ml tha al.ile need RtOR In and
do that whl. li Ihe parent la charg. il wllh do-
ing'' If a.. then we aie nt n pMltoM atagn nf
No girl la fitted for the biialnea nf making
a home (and that la MM primary PR RUM of
woinnnhimd let the ldeall arid the. .rial rant
a they ptoMRli unleaa MR I a practical
hmiai keeper; a ti rm that MOOl aaaiirn.lly ern
bMMfl the atilll'r In .rn h'lai If n.iv liruin b f
work connected with a wail md'ied home
Thi. tOO ev.n tliinigh aha l.n born In the pur-
ple of affluence Kor util'-a the Indivldunl
PjM a practical knowledge of Un tiiinlnen he
nr ahn RMOMOtR lie nr ah" rami. it be aure that
ubnrillnal are doing their full duly
pnmeatln economy haa lb fliat call on
every girl. And that mother thai dnea not
make it h"r bualn. aa lo en that hr child I
groiindeil In thi MMflCfl almplv due a grave
iRjMUM to that child. It la true thai broken
family relation occur even In home where
lha wife and mother I a akllle.t hQMRRRRpRf .
but Ntntlatle aliundantly aOMOflgtrgM that one
of the prolific ran of Inhai ninnlmia houic-
hOltffl la a lack of PMRMmI knowledge con-
cerning her dull' on the pail of the wife and
It may be thai there I Jua'lfli atlon for ihe
tte being called on to e(iil. Tula.i girla for
Ihelr primary dutle but the fact if It doe
"lit an Indictment
Mr RofaM llagan I not RRlag bl office In
Ihe Atnerban leg'nn for DOllUCRl piirpoaea
While It I true perhapa. that he la n.cnalnn-
ally api aklng In Ihe Inn n et nf Mr. Ferrl It I
underafnnd that ha bna no feeling In the matter
whatever and rtnea lint can. a tatmnp who la I
eleited Juat ho Tom flora I detent ed. Thi
PfORMOM to alander a good man la Indefen-lhei
lly 'IT I.i I1' t
"Take the bridle off" la the
ernor Kdvtaida' b.ioHtarn
ilngan of Gov
Hwt the n npagiiiider who wanta to hnw
.n while Hie i lid Ihe gulden egg
It begin to look aa if that ' mya'arlou
air . Hirer in Miaauurl had been pnaltl'Vly Iden-
t'hatrman t'linirnlng hOROt to aaliafy th
i.ri).ii.rilta l.y eniloii-ing lha water power
A IVagOMr girl Ir.at her wrll wat. h In th
park th oUiri ntfhi Probably holding hand
wlih a "tratiger
Nittuially. the ORjohaM who nre getting Into
I illtloa want lha dtmooratlR nallnnal emblem
changed from Ihe dnnkey to the rooaler
I am n'l Igaplrlotl by nature. nay Dill
Inrigley but I alwayn want to Investigate th
prtvat record of the paraOR who claim to
"work like u Turk "
Helen Klrhti la running for aunerlntendent of
arhoola In CraR OOUnty and ah y If he
gt ta ihe Romlnatlofl Iha'll fight that way for
I I. I lull
Thar aeelatanf nftnrney
that th element .f naRca
Into a baaeball irame. net
pit' ti for the Indian
general who hold
doe not enter Into
IT aaw Raulsbiiry
"in e again TuNa protMRtl the iinunal
r.'i ' '.nil un i ne i .null. laic who rn ccept
ri. milium. hi and elr.tl.iu in the leglalatuie
wtthaat makiiiK a paraonal RRartflMi
Tl.. Knld Hi wa find that in. .at nf the Okla-
homa nil men who i hawed th rainbow Into
Tasaa have returned And Unit New York
gland Jury had nothing to do with It. either
liaronntvr of Public Opinion
With municipal bond a drug mi ihe market
how Irving il la to have well meaning vlalon-
arle urging n bond lanne for Ihe purpoae of
huylng additional park property at Inflated
price Tul.i ha" abundant ouiid MMRPMUM
ludgmenl but there are time when It appear
to be conaplcuoii by Ita ahaence Thi i no
time to give the children candy aimply becauaa
Ihcy cry fur II
Tumulty nv (here will be no pec wire
from the r'rl.o convention Into the while
hniie Thai I too had For we think thing
will be an Id out there thai It It will do the Im-
mortal RMl of the occupant of that well known
regbten a gnod ti. heal Ittn Heed nn.l Hill
Hi t i n in' both lull' .1 in 'in 1 1'
The Tulanlic who are leaving for their va-
cation ar( not going bOMUM the wentber la
wnrm but bfianae the long long trail la calilng.
VMaUantflg In a much nf u habit an drinking
'MM" ever wa
Tfhfl t.crtii.in I li'. ilona.
There a no evidence thai Qprmany la veer
;ng daagoroualy toward tttbar Botaharrlga at
mnnanhy. Un- ba nf ihe coalition I fairly
well dlttrlbuled heiwe. n lha cttn ine right and
the extreme left We call CORtlRM ! put our
Iruat In Oarmany'a Rill to aurvlv. New York
UmiMmI of VUl-ur rtmam
The (lagu nf Nation) plank adopted la
"aid ta haw been allKKeated bv Kllhu Hoot
h embodlf hla well known Idea an far an
Ameiican pai in lipaUofl In world pacification I"
conoarnaa. Il nlno r. piaaent return to the i
poucy or lormer republican preldenu an.) a
iMiuiilaaal of I'realdent Wllann dream of rn-
Inrigllng the l ulled Htnte in the working of
an liiternatliinl auper aute -New York Trib-
une. ynt Fraayateoo' QIoom
i nr gmry or mm FntROMOO haa paaaed In
th laal tan year It Iih. Man outatrlppe.l In I
population by l.oa Anant.-a Ita hai.1 at tea I i
Ihe aomh In the enure of a turbulent life
Il ha aurvlved mining hnom and panic th
rula of the gambler and ihe vigilante nni th
land Inner-' i lae and fall and weathte.t carth-
luuke. fire and labor war that threatened Ita
Commercial cxiaienre. And tll ii ha pros-
pered ind araatd rlcb Ko gloom aeitie ake
a pall upnn It terraced It u lit with Hie ag!o
nnounoatnanl from the federal cnua bureau
Ihn I.na Angelea outrank Il by 8'. ilnn Inhabl-
lam - -New Ynrk World
WHY McADOQ DOESN'T
I ..t Tn lit 1!'30 Ilr TUa MM Trthur-a I
An we understand Ihe mutter the president
want MM labor hord to reach a gaaUUOB
whether there la Juatlce In It or not. We RTORdRf
If th new democratic platform will have a
"policy" plonk In II.
The Jinx still camp on Hot Murphey'a trail.
J MM a he waa getting ready to name a preal-
dentlal candidate for hi party the grnndluiy
hack home Indicted him for conspiracy of Bum
kind or other
The lielewnre delegntlnn was the rt tn ar-
rive at Krleco. r!ewr tnke her poUttM RRP"
louly Hen Duponi with hi lx.vote boom
n also Ihe fliat on the ground at t'hlcago.
We ar almost forced to the opinion that
Ilroiher Harrison of Ihe Ada News doe not care
lor our adltorUV) approving the Chicago plat-
fOTRI and ticket.
Hut you've -.it to aay this for .lohn Ilarlev-
corn: H' a Klutton fur punihmrni and rafURM
lo dmlt he' licked.
The milk and Ice fund ha gnn.i over with a
punch. Scorn nnolhei aplendlil achievement for
nV BOther A. p. of Palliiro.
i at tile limn nrlmnrln. .... -r-..a...
the I'lunib plan 'eider and tile ( Ion-. r.e.. I-K
URlOR politician went out In kln Senator
UmmlM live Hut they dldn t They didn't
gal 'Ha hlda they didn't get hi scalp they
1r ' " " h' hint senatoi Mummtns
''n'nnhl" " " " Primary vole far above
inn nan and plurality well abova I0.00C Ail
"f which Is not atranirc nroof u ia .
a Sty JANE IIILlJ't
I sed. All right heer the money.
1 i.nni wnnt to ml eny of the fit.
And ihn barbar took th thing from
t-noiind my neck aaylng. Next time
! rou can Jest pay mc wen you come
In o I wont haff to bother about
catling eny off at ull.
Hi ing aourcaam and I quick rnn
VeiV s;f-)it of bint if ten all and i nut tAU . i A . .1.. . .
W.heti I told Hull nf the converan- etalied .it ea. ..Hut evanlna after the rata t ... J net .'--. ni.ata. nia-abitaa
tmn at Hob Kendall'a tha day Blala evening!" Ulali i . t m nod prevantlng arid Laroy Bhoatar end both 'iim-
and I called on hi mother he looked Hob from anawarlng My uucstion. ling thev won It and wen I got hnma
rllpleaed. but made no remark 0th-1 You are wry dlffaranl from Mar-!upplr waji half throo alrcddy and
er than that he wart glad Mr. Ken- Kitret. Klue. ' Hob mil very mile .-.at down and mm aerl Weil for
Mho make heraclt no unhappy when I the love of Peat and all th llttl
I .un away denies herself even pro-j I'c. im ee goln wat happened to
per fond that I feel Just at present your hald?
1 miiat remain with her. Next year 8lr'.' I rd and ma aed Itenny
we will be more sociable." I'ott. I never aaw sutoh a lte In
I RM shocked and a hit puxzled at 'all my life waa II a cyclone or wat'.'
Hob a apee. h He had not Intimated1 Mam? I ed. und mv sister (Jtaddla
by word or look that -he Intended lo ecd. Well I never would of thawt a
lall Intended to remain with John
until he was well.
"She spoke uf coming over to aec
Donald." I toM hltn.
1 hope you will be nt home when
aha Come'1 wa Bob'fl only comment.
Hob was very attentive in me from
pt'.i.f up. ii nd nroof that th. a thi time on. He refused eevernl In
pie will not he ruled by any special class or h'"ft"n to studio affali I and camel take up the old life again hardly hroLher of mine could look like that
" '' nig ror an- sped claaa They m if one e mtiran nuu maun mc n ci mat uc regretted liooa nite.
will not be bnl le and they will nnt be bluffed I a call on on of hla Reoh-I It Only an occasional word or ex-; Wy wat wata thematter. I sed.
by a Hni ili.mp. i s or a ill. nn I' uiiib Wba t r'"r f rietid on his wa y as bad In en a preaslon sh on i il t hat he longed to be . and pop sed. Ho end look In the
Hill ' noil ler.l l-lutn i outfit hi. lrl t A i I custom Ot Ills one Which I Bad vain V Wlih lis old crowd that llh.n.U. mlrnir hut ho H nn tire Uriah 1 .n
Fix Chalrinan MoCoOMbe talk like a man
who had waited patiently eveli years for III"
Mr. KoCoombR ha been told that there are
Unit when to Me tho truth I not conaldned
Hut after the suffragist gel suffrage what
on earth are they going to suffer about then
r Copyright iou by Kdgnr a Quaat.)
I Ihall hive done my dMy here on earlh
If I have lived up to the beat I knew.
If I hate tried at lime to he of worth
And K.U'IJy done the little 1 could do.
I Ihlnk I need not fear Ood Judgment then
If only I taVR kept my record elORR
Have daily walked among my fellow men
And plnjed the friend wherever I have been
I Pea .1 RPt have great deed of which to boaat
Not point to aplendor gained by but tha few
If 1 have kept faith and held my post
1 khull have done what I was born to do.
There la a deeper prldg than strength or skill.
A greater gfory lhan earth fleeting fame
There is ihe triumph of a adfaal will.
An honest heart excels a hinxoned name.
If I shall live up the light 1 own.
Mhall keep the faith hen tempted and -Mitlod
1 Ri i .1 not Humble at the lireat White Throne
Though men on earth ma aay that I have'
"... tn.. i .. nr. la trieg to do m
IllniiUa and has fa'led It h.u. tried to do It In
Maine and has fi I failed In this Instance an
irrnte.qu.iy . tn make f.overnor Cnolldge ln-
staninnenusly a looming national figure New
lOrR Sun and Herald.
A I'opular I'rt'urhmaii
in (Jules Jueeerand'ej reooureeful pout.
ne. hi Intimate knowledge of. America an
na eoplf. his cumpichfiielon .T our Instltij-
lion und Ideal have given him a remarkable
0 t .11 Ihe reiipert arid affection of th. nub.
lie here an. I established his unprecedented "-
r-.t.io.e in piiniic nnalrs. Th
aniiouncemont nf Ainhnssadnr Jueaerand'l re
iRRtlOR here sc' at real a dlmrhlng rumor -New
lork Sun and Heiald.
n L'ngalMAI AiiHik
i reeioent PUURT R ailuck upon (leneral
ttoou is ungniiant. it i nitllng a man when
bo down lbs campaign expenditure which.
..on nrsNB uaaenneee arcuee ihe indlgRg
'"o in .! i in'' eiier ine event are now
nisiory. r.vetyi.ody . ire haa already racoa
niaea IB menace they presented and the blow
they dealt lha Wood boom. Krlende of the
t ' i 'I naiiiraiiy re.nciit n revli a of the at
t.nk rep ec tally by one of the unucceful can-
fUdbf. of OtfcM Haye.
When w placed our feet on a big bra rail
And drank from a polished bar.
When a nickel wa good for an old-time ahln.
And a Jitney was good for a cigar.
When twenty ..nts fed a hungry man
And 1 o-l. ita area good for u bed.
w le n n e told f"i thirty ent a hundred pound
And a nickel bought a loaf of bread.
U b. n egga went nt four cent per doxen.
And flour a dollar a sack.
Vi hen beam went twenty pound for a huck
Will the good old data como hack?
When sugar waa selling nt eight centa a pound.
Those day were dear and weet
When Boudl w.re golug it MB cem g pack
And a dime bought a pound of meat.
When fifty cent bought a pint of boot.
Ami a nickel u schooner of beer
When aunshme and rose bedecked' life path
And the world waa full of cher.
When we walked to church or rode on e mule
In day now long gone by
v. nen ine moon longed down on a happy world
And the girls were "kinder" hy
When automobile were yet unborn.
And etroplaiira never known.
When we danced th Old Virginia Heel
And thu kin. shine of happlneaa hown.'
When honor nd manhood rvt Into offlc
And men to their trust weia true
When the PMPlR were patriotic
And cheerlahed the red wlui and hlua
When the world was not polluted
And virtue waa crowned a queen
When men were brave and gallant.
And traitors seldom seen.
Those days are gone forever.
We'll see them here no more
We are forte I to abide by ihe thing that are
nil we met i i n mat nraulirul shore.
. - Hy R. L MOORE
Tula. June -J.
trie l no liraa k
Mia Kendall called one day when
1 waa not at home Delia and the ba-
by were howeVer nnd. i Mr. Ken-
dall asked to see him and played
with hlni for some lime. 1 told Bob
who wa regretful at my absence
that the needn't feel badly ns It was
crowd I objected to ... strcnimuslv. I up and looked ci the auleboard mir
"Next ear Is a long way off. Hob" her and Reer my hulr waa all cut OR
I reminded. Mwa will wait unill It lone aid" und not at all on tho other
arrives before w( make any plRRa.'dt looking like a. frcck In a aido
'Sufficient unto the day' you know." how and I had to go tho barber
The next day when alone I thought' asen before ikoOl this morning and
of what Huh had anbl anant my do- he charged mo all over agen aa If 1
nylng myself when he wa away. I wbm Jest coming In for the foist time
puyf or it myself out
iinnev for the next 2
n.vceif food. Tiny all had elthei w.-Ks the flic not 1 c ; n g forth It
really Donald she crne lo see Rhe j exulted when I flattered myaelf onind I haff tl
left for home the next day. my perspicuity operlally In denying! c'f niy rercsa
1 shall alway look hack with nlen- nivrieir food. Tin y all had el
sure to ihut winter beforo my neeondl 'ou"d fault or laughed at me for d.i-
hahy wa bom. In pi e of tho many 'UR o; yet now It waa the niewtns of
Invitations wo received. Bob scarcely keeping my huehand with me. That
ever left mc Our evening wire ' "ne f n things Hi love for
spent either quietly together at home 'he and mine for him of course had
with father and mother occasionally I more to do with this devotion than
and onco a week wo . n e ' ar. anything flee cither could or would
wiih Tom Mini BMa One night i havo
Overheard Klsle uy to Bob; Tho holidays came and went. Wo
vre una. Mm thla winter Hob the !" nt tncin quietly ai nomo. noth
boy always p. ak of yon and regret ; and father our only guests We had
Tee stars tni-llne. hut do net compel."
Monday Jgm sn loan.
et-'-tWrlabl. 1 1)20. bj tta M Clura Natrarair Srnrbcala. I
Neptune rub strongly for good
this day. while Saturn and Urunu
l l.llbl N ttUUlVl
Mr. Nt L Bandera returned Mua
day night from a week visit tn her
son 1 1 UK Ii Sanders nnd (ami.y at
W. II Ruth who has apant th
past two months In Broken Arrive
looking after business will Irive in
a few days to ("In Mrs. Hnih at
I'm Hand Ore. where they aio ROB
making Ihelr homo.
Mrs. ocar St. CMIr and children
have returned to their homo at
Hart leavllle after a week's visit
hero with Mrs. M. M. fit. Clair.
Mr. an I Mr Join Smith of Tula
prnt ttl Week- nd at the home n
Mr and Mis. ilcoige Ah en routi
to Montana wheie they expect to
pend the summer.
Mrs. RYank ' CopolRPd "nd ll'tl
son can." over from QBmuibm anl
spent the iuli with -Mr. I'opelend'i
mother. Mrs. Lt-n lot WO and other
Hev. C. W. tlrlncr left Tuesday for
New Orleana Pavanaall an.i other
southern cities whero ho will spetifl
a moiitb'a VarCgtiOn.
F. P. Hlount and tdck Mofnrw re.
turnr-d early In the weok front
week's fishing trip anl visit with
.1 K. Ward at I lochtttown In Mc
Mrs. j H. Mls"n and daughter.
r.ua KVn..u l..r. U..l...l t- li.
former home In Tcnneasee whi
thev will spend the summer.
Mr. W i; M'-Htichle spent f
Brday at Band springs the gp
nf her daughter Mrs Burt Button
Mr ri'i Mr fj W Mirlln hv
reiurned to their homo nt IHdawara
after a week's v.stt to Hrokon Ar.
Mr. H H Mltehi II leavew In
few days fur Wcc.lport. S- T..
where she and the children will
spend the summer They will be
Joined by Mr. Mlt.-heli later.
H. Ba rater und fnmlly for
many yeain reatdenta of Broken Ar-
row leavea next week for Tulsa
where they will rcelde.
Mrs Qeorge nrnwn and eon and
daughter Ivan and Mildred ar-
rived home Sunday from a month
visit to their old hOina Bi Oreentrllle
Heldt flrlncr. n atudent of tha
Southern Methodist nnlvereltv of
Italian Ti tus spent rt. few dava with
hla parents Hev. nnd Mts. O. W.
Ortner en roule from Pallaa to the
Kansas wiia-it fle'ds where leandi
numtier of collego chuma expect to
pend Ihelr Vacation period.
Mrs. 1. I. I i wis and ohlldren are
spending a month wllh friend bM
Buffalo. Kan nnd Kanaaa City
An outing for a day at Band
'prlriga list Sunday for the enter-
tainment of Mr. A. I Ialron end
Miss Nona I'ctiro of Lincoln. Ill was
enjoyed by Messrs. and Mesdames
A. A. Kemp. II. W l'leree C. B.
poster and .1 W. Anderson. At Tnlsa
the party wna joined bv Mr. and
Mrs will Bowser. Mr. and Mr. A
A. Kemp. Jr. and H I. T'.urke. After
a picnic dinner the remainder of
the dny was spent mldi't the amuse
ments of the pivrk.
Mrs. P. s Hurd left Monday for
Colorado Springs to open her cot.
tage for the summer. She will b
Joined by Mr. Kurd a Utile Inter In
Mlaa Anna William nnd two lit-
tle nieces Virginia and GertruiU
Carr. left Saturday for Orandvlew
Mo. where the little girl will pen
tho gummer with their father. A. I.
Carr returning to Broken Arrow
to their grandparent Mr and Mrs
W K Williams at the opening of
scnooi siisy jnnn will return home
in a short time.
Mrs William BpmgM end daugh-
ter Miis Betty were homo from
normal at Tnhloiuah to spend Hie
Week end With home folks.
Mrs. C. W Mahin ond daughter.
Uuth havo returned from a few
Sayi spent with Reverend Mnhln at
Mlcler. where he 1 conducting
- ie of revival meetings.
-.1. r. i . iiii.. u is reiurnan rn
caint nprinu-s after spending a Week
'l'l her sls'er M ra lo.Ko.r C.t.nrr
irs. r . j ninnman oi ruisa speto
me wren wiih iier on. Hurt and
Randall lingers nnd families.
M-a V. B liemnna nnd dauchter
Mnrv Delia went to rawhuska to
pend the week-end with Mr.
Mr. I. eon Ttnrth nd famtTv kave
taken pnasesslon of their now Borne
Just completed In College addition.
. jij iim km t.N rxT rAilB
von irc not wllh ns .t. n.. IT.. .ian iiivitld lllele and Tom hut .lohn OOicl'Mc.
and Henry Creedaiore are alwaya lu- Kendull was giving a party. An elab. ' 1 h"' I'lanetary rule la held tn Im- i
mentlng your ah"nce. Those three. ' "rate affair lie had tented a coun-j"m 'l"10" end aound Judgment.
Margaret ere a trinity it would be. "V house and Invited hi guest fori Although Saturn and I rami ex-
hard to bent when It conic tn mil i re entire week Kleie and Tom had Tr' B" "Inlstar power likely to bo i
tual admiration:" ho atd to mo. accepBj.1 bRtOro I lu.iled iliem 0revna'l-d In undei .aLlmuting the
"I would rnthep be missed than 4' u C'hrlatmae hut Klsle had Mid RphMTRRMRM of men end women."
that you should be glad I remained I frRM"l ; Neptune give power to foresee
"WK should have gone anyway ' "'" aocoruing to logical o-1
Margaret. Think what a good time n
we will have' an entire week. BlmRf vvlMB the planet eupposed to rale
and Gladys Root. Curtia Morgan'"1 a w"" aapocted It I hc-
Matlon Biggs Henry Croedmore I "Od that persona who wield power
Maud Warren and a lot more ate to may be directed td do the right
be there. How ran you relt Join- thing
lug us. Boh?" alio asked. Wo had! Women and children are now nub-
flnlhed our w eekly game and were Jec' " direction of the atara mak-
chatung over the supper 1 had pro- Ing for protective meaaurea of many
"Hob has given up that crowd no It' 11H"n whoa blrthdate It Is
1 said eimuiu nnt travel or romoye. They
niil.-U!.. Klnll I Altc 11.1 klrl.-tli. t ......
bejnijtjhould hst. .be "Nvhy don't you come down and w'''.. 'l. .wl" then be RUORMRfUl
pend a day in the middle of the ' " niTn corn on amf will be
week. Hob.'' Tom asked then ad- fc. ""' endowed wlih trait that
ded "A long as Margaret doesn't: win t.ucce. Girl ere likely
feci Hi. I .1... ...in .... M ...ii i tO l)C 1 1 : i v fiN. . . . . '
be dull over the holidays and even
one day WOUld do you good." j
"Perhapi I may run down ome 'Y
morning and back at night" Bob
answered "I have alieudy told John
aw i . Bob anew ered.
"You don't know how happy we
are. Blalel" I hroko In. "We are to.
gelher every evening and o have
nothing disagreeable to worry about ''
"Bui I should think you would
hate the very lght of each other'"
Klie said In her Impulsive way "or
would bore each oilier to death
which would be nearly ns bad."
"Why Elele." I exclaimed "you
know we don't bore each other: We
n eaon oincr too nearly ror that.ii' Rtrd for him to rcslat
"Only for tho time I would be
down town or pcrhup a Utile
longer." nob replied.
"but dear If you have en entire
day to spare we can spend It together
hero at home or go somewhere by
ourselves You don't have to go way
down there." .
ToaUOmrR tutit IvRMMIM M Home.
Yet;dday afternoon I waa eett ng
In the barber chair getting my hair
cut and trying not to squerm er-
round mutch on account Of the
barber telling nie not to and all ot
a euddln 1 saw The fellows run Pt
out in the treet yelling Kile file.
Goah G holey amokee there go-
. . . . Ing to be a file G Br lag Jimminny
iafe Bud got bold R fifty pounds Ki Issmus 1 want to se It. a tit m
.. ...a. . .iy an n put 11 down in halr done t? i h.(
lAlains an n n keen "il.. ir ih..u v. h.ir ...1.1.. ZT-a.
o well thai enuff you il.uu haff
Naught I larking In the Ketrhum Hotel serv-
ice and equlppug to add to the convenience of
our guests. And the apertal cooling ayatema em-
ployed combined wlih the Individual room serv-
ice of en electric fan Insure pRrfec; rummer
comfort. Kor uiiiiuer tourii It le very acoeaal-
blo located In the downtown suction. It mukea
The Katchum Cafe he been greatlv improved
in aervlco and cuisine under tho managi tn. nt ol
Mr. C. L. Barkoff and is R good plgOB to eat.
Hotel rate. 2 and up.
K ETC HUM HOTEL
.1. 0. BouaheU Mjumbm
was iinii.llii lioin. r.l.v 1.1..0
they hold em ua" S1V4 sjooir. aaaal.
low. whi.'a been tryln' f Bit hi
roof pitioliod. a.i euiiunor.
to cut ny more off dc
1 ore nn i.iw tn Citmiie ma to aeil i
the barbot. Meaning hajdideait aod
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