The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 128, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 5, 1921 Page: 4 of 18
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TUIiSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY FEBRUARY 5 1921
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(ne tnontli I (in mnnlli
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nr i-ahiiiiiii in oumihb town1.
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Daily Biblical Quotation
Hlceicd nn Ihey Unit keep IuiIkiii'mI hii'I Ii"
Hint ilorlh rlithii-iMimii'ifi al nil timni.. I'm. rvi
Thou "halt Im sledfiisl. mill hIiiiIi lint fnr: b-
iuiimo tlimi Mliult forget lliv iiilsety Mini remem-
ber It iih waters Unit p.mH away .lull xl. In in.
In tin bitter wave or w or
Il"iili'h nml tossed ulioiil
My tin sullen winds thiit blow
Fruiii tin' ili'miliiln shores nf tluiitit
Where tin unchniH Unit fiiltli linn rust
Am dragglon in tin- gale
I mil quietly holding fast
To tlm Ihlngn Hint iiii illicit (ml.
Washington I Illllllll'll.
HIS. H VIA M I'.NT AMI rNI'lll'.rAUlIDNIiSS.
A disciplined well drilled nnil 1 1 1 1 r ( n 1 1; ) 1 1 y
(quipped army of 100000 Ii nniilly capable nf
subjugating a liullon (if 100000000 uiiiIIncI-
tillticit mid uiitnilnuil If llii' iirmy In In position
to HtrlUn with vigor mill illspntch.v
Til In In n paramount furl that should lint Im
loot HlKlit of 111 tlin general iIIh-mimiIiiii ronocin-
Ing dhurmnmcnt ami iliiliropar-ln'n. The two
terms tin nut conflict. To an extent thoy nro
Itiiluliltalily ther must In' dlsm mautont In
tho nonso that tlm rivalry fur supremacy In
Htatidlng arniaiiionln must Im illscntitlniied If thn
worlil In not In )o put lh vnmalnge t tho mili-
tary Npltlt with ii consequent Ktlfllni; or that
prolltiutlvn InilliMtry which l cfui'iitlil tn Imth
thn pcai: nml prntprrlty nf thn nation"..
Ami from thn iKtinilpnlnt nf thn ITiilteil Stnton
tho clear ami H'-nidlilo yny to mrol thin uniwlnit
prnliletn In to niln'pt nnmo Kvnnral policy that
will permit iimtrilctlon of thn rltUen In thn
(lulled of war without ereutlnn a Great war inn
eliliin. You inny cnll It iinlvnrH.il military train-
liiK or what you lll If It doen result In itlvltiK
the yoiinif men of aeh perloil an ItiHtriictlon
Hint will eimhln them to qualify an mlequntu
unltM In a national defi'ime.
They mimt Imi tatiBht to hoot and shoot
HtrnlBht to recoitnlzo tho Importnncu of dln-
clpllne to take earn of tlieninelven under eon-
(lltloiit I'llinevnl In nature mid restrain them-
hpIvch oh lelniw.
A clllroni'lilp no trained In not CHKentl.illy a
military eltlncntihlp hut tho preelmi oponHe.
With hucIi a Mynteni In operntlnti In tho United
Ntiten with mi ndeuiiatn navy an Urn flrHt line
of defciiHe and with dlplnniatle coiintollon con-
fined to the ncuetmry channeUi the ilaiiKeri" he-
hiUtlnK thin country would not only lo extremely
Ilmlled hut thn rountry would hn In a ponitlon
to fnco them trannullly even UioiikIi lt utrlet
military enlalillohment did not nmoiint to moro
than a hundred thoiiHand professional nolillerx.
Tho point wo wlnli to malio In that the United
Htuten need not wait the action of any other na-
tion In older to reduce Its armament expendi-
tures iMrossiiu.i: Tr.iiMS.
Considered fniukly on their merit and without
rofcrenco tti the vnormlty of the crime they are
more or lewi dcHlJued to expiate the latest ternm
to (Jermany enn scarcely Im termed Ichs than
ImposMlhle l-'or they not only exact enormous
Indemnity for pu-n offennes which can of coiire
Im Jtiitlfled; hut they aim) pcmiltr.n ami make
r.ceedliiK difficult all effortti of the vanquished
nation to ro-pMtalillHli llHelf In the Industrial
world which Is unjuatlfled If world tranquility
ho the Rnal sollBlit.
Tim "healliiK peaco" talk has now run tho
gamut from "tieiiro without victory" to tho
latent "peaco only on ternm that prevent Cler-
man commercn hecomliiK annoying to the allied
Ono must wonder If the war Ik Indeed over.
It ii difficult to hellevo that It is. It Is also
difficult to nee In tho latent imposition of terms
half an much dlsponltloii to exact from (iermany
punishment for what nho has already done as
thcro Is to pievont her from ever tiecomlnR an
Industrial or commercial competitor ot her eon-
lOiuiuerori'. If tho Teutons aro to ho denied the i luht to
effect a loan from nhroad In order to meet their
Indemnity obllKntloim and finance their domestic
affair if they aro to ho teimlred to handleip
tliemni'lvi'S In world commerce hy imposing an
export tax on tho (roods they vend Into world
markets it is not difficult to uuder.it.iiid Just
how hopulcs their cimn l.
Tho despcrato situation In which tho Unman
lioople find thenisolven leave them no altematU
lint to a(jreo to thn terms Imposed but wlio will
iiHiort that those terms do not forco them in
strive for that duy when they can liy nrmo rerun
whut they have lout and re-oslnlilish their in-
depnndenreaH a people?
"HealliiK peaco" forsotir
I'MONISM AND Hr.VOM!TIO.V.
In thu conflict between tho closed shop nnu
open shop which bids fair to bo eternl thero
Is a lamentable Ignorance concerning tho real
line of demarcation. An Ignorance too s
manifest on ono xido as the other.
There exists at tho moment open w.m.n.. iP
twecn tho clothing manufacturer1 um..
htnl tho amuleamatcd clothlne w . r)i0
iiiiIcm advoia'cs iimi 1 1 with meat lill'i rnesn
Hint the m.inufm luri is' iiiihib latlon Is s-i UlnK
the din ioliitlnn of thn iI'i'Iiiiik woiketM" nrcniil-
riiHon in onlep to hrllik' nlniut thn open shop.
In n contftst hi'lween the swent-shop nilvoeates
n morn; Um iiuinufnettirers and thn boiirhoiiB of
unionism ninoni? the workers tlm Rniietnl pub-IP-
Iiiim llttln cholre hut as between manufao-
turern who nru irnklnp to urlnd down the work-
ers and thn workers Meklni; a dnennt wiiKe and
doeent wnrfclnR hours and roiidltloim public
opinion Is umiupHtlnnnlily with thn latter.
Milt the contest referred to l not It snm
one illrxcted to end tinlnnlHin at all. Thern is
a rlii-" In ttl ennstlliition of the clothliiK
workem which rendu s follows
The tndiln'.rliil nd luter-lniliilrliil or-
Kinlttlon. built upon III wdlil took of rlonr
knowleilKc and class conrelousii" will put
the orHnlril wotklnx rlis In actual on-
trol of the fiystem of proiluetlon anil thn
worhliiK i sism will then Im ready to lulls
pOMMMlon of It.
Which Ih not unionism at all but red-eyil
revolution. If litilotilsin per sh means rvnlu-
lion In lis loKletil siue). then iiulnnln entinot
expect to command the mlpporl of public opin-
ion. ?o Itnin will lelnlii iiihI"! his loot an
avowed enemy of bin own household.
In this pieiuntmenl Ii Involved thn root of
Ihn rontrnvmy botween ernployerii and em-
ploye. That tradn union movement which
simply rnvko the Impiovemwnt of tho comllllous
of employment will never lark the support of
public opinion ilk.it tniile union movement which
li nothlnir but ii mniun for revolution cm
neM'r win tho support of public opinion
That In all thorn Is to thn mutter.
Tli" elly ulinlnistnillon Ii tn bv ( ommenileil
for It" effortn In Interest new puvlnir concerns
In Tulsa. That pavliiK conreini which havn
been dolni: such work 'n the oily are bound
hard and fast together by secret lltulerstand-
Iiir that Is Inimical to thn bent lntccsts of the
city Is a very ncnornl conviction.
It Is not clear that a p.ivlm; concern iihsn-
lulely liulependent on bo Induced to como In.
If mob a concern can be Interested iiiuiiies-
tlouably tho city will benefit tremendously.
I'llbllc patience with local comiianles becamn
(xhailHted lonK "Ko. and we do not think thn
Interesls of the city or taxpayers1 would imffer at
all by a summary cancellation of all existing
dim thing I ry cerlnln: Tulsa Is not too
proud to fight a paving combine even ut sumo
cost to Itself.
Our gut'sii Is that feminine frtylea urn gilng
In run to blue for tho next few yearn Mrs.
Hat ding Iiiim said that her favorltn color Is
"blue all kinds ot blue." And Mrs. Harding Is
in New York fitting out her white house ward-
robe. If wo were In the millinery business or
were a lady's tailor we nhould begin buying
oceans of bluo things. Htlll wo might go wrong
for tlm sophisticated say . that to attempt to
nntlclpatn woman's wisher) Is a most hazardous
The Japanese sentiy who shot the Ameilcan
officer has changed his ntory. Wo hnvo no
doubt the Japanese sentry can and will rb.mgn
his ntory often enough to keep It In exact fit
with the Jnpani'Ho government's disposition and
ncccsMtU'H. if worst cornea to worst the Jap-
anesn nentiy will plead guilty to cold-bloodn i
murder and wilt pay the penalty with his llle.
Converuly. If. things go the way tho Japanese
government wants them t() go thn JnpaucsM
sentry may be promoted and decorated.
Thu new governor of the Umpire state. In an
address) before thn Now York stoto bar associa-
tion spoke a great truth In a few words Said
(iiivernor Miller; "Tho problem of today ac-
centuated by tho recent nio of war powers Is
to texture tho proper niuillbrllim between local
administration state administration and fed-
I I.i il you noticed that thn president Is able
to take In thn movies and things now that po-
litical need of sympathy l:i no longer a con-
The railroads are talking nf making a marked
tediictlon In their rates shortly. If this Is nor-
malcy give in more ot It.
(iiivernment Itself is the original profiteer
and It remains in posiiesslon ot tho blue rib-
bon until this day.
fi'iiliMigllt. r.i:'l. by Udltar A. tlliest)
They alnt much seen from day to day -The
big elm tree across the way
The church splie an' the meetln' pldcs
I .It up by many a fi loudly face.
You pass 'cm b a doicn times
An' never think o' them in rhjnics
Or fit for poet's hIiirIii. Yet
They're all the things you can forget
An' they're the things you'll mlhs some day
U ever you should go away.
Tho lioople hero alnt much to see
Ji's' common folks like you an' mr
Poln' the ordinary tasks
Which life ot everybody asks;
Old Dr. (Ireen mill farln' round
To where his patients can bn found
An' I'ii rutin Mill serene o' face.
I'arryln' Ood's mes-Higo every place
n Jim who keeps the grocery store--Yet
the ato folks you'd lain kit for.
Th v t.eem ho plain when closl to view
Hill Marker an' his brother too.
The Jut kuu-mcn of higher rank
llci.iuse they chance- to run the bank
Yet friends to oven ono round here
Unlet an' kindly anil sincere.
Not much to sing about or pr.il
l.lMn' their IIvch in modest wuy
v.t in your mcmoiy they'd May
Ii1 ever you should go away.
These me things and these the men
N"iu day you'll long to sen again.
Now It's so near yon scarcely sen
Tho beauty o' Unit big elm tree.
Hut some day later on uu will
An' wonder If it's stnndln' still
An' If the blids return tn sing
An1 make their nects tlieie ovim si'i.ng.
Mebbe vou s.vrn Hum m lltt uov
Wilt bring j . i ti.i. k aga st me day
Hr Otla lorlon.
It Is gntiiiijr lo be si drv In llnrtlesville that'
'Hlork hnwi'is'1 are biltig irvlved. '
'What's the matter with that man?
"No Just full of riptimlsm "
A man who putn himself In position ' i
rolitied of $&000 worth of dlmnombf is iiuiily
oiiu NilvniitngH a poor man hnn over n n h
ninn is that lie never Unn to worry over whi'h
ho will bo Miind for nllmony or hreuch of pr iu
Hverybody except Ihn oorporntlon eommisjil-m
and Um FfiH company am oonvlnced thai tln.i
Is a sufflelHiit nupply of Ha In nearby in 1 1
When It mines to offering thn ladien 1O1 in
thn street ewrs nays tht DllA New t. 1 I ' f
southern ileinorratM rn be(lnnltiK to ;i-I i!i
MeiiHtor fordwll sems to have Cl.ua .m. !.nl
the senate Into pni'tlug his warehouse In' U
rathsi thought bin threat tn "till all vv mil
bring him h aufflrlent niiinhr of vnt. 1
Thn iH'n.itor from Klnmlsh feels ri- n"ii
being denied the privilege of orferlnx :n .r. n l
tuent to thn waiehouse bill to Include i unb
of houn' ilog h linn linen unable to '
Nevernt Tulm glrla are prepatnd to ofi. i Mi ti-
ni'lves for experimental purposei to that ten Ht
who In si 'tis that Im enn transpose the j.-.x and
extend thn spun of human llfo to S 000 Mars
A fn.'ihlon oracle announces that vwndv nrners
are im place for girls tM'iirlim the new slur"-1
and thn girl on Houth Main says thin iinnouriti
inrnt In alteudy having it effect In TnN.i as
may he seen front thn Inerennlng number oft
men who are milling around for choice positions'
at windy corners.
A newspaper mportM I'hairtnan Cam ItiiHtell
ns sleeping through the telephone hearing In
TuliM. Th" peislslrncy with w hli h municipal
llles contest aiilleotliinH of public uUlltles foi 1
Increase of inteii seeiim to bore llle cninmls
nloni.'is. and soine of the deiiitiotn li.ivr cuiiseil!
a lot of people to believe that the cirnmlinlonerH
slumber through every hearing whin evidence
Is offered to eonti overt pilltloiiH by corpora-1
llaromclcr of Public Opinion
A Husband Wiin.M' Wife Works.
Hditor World. In view of the fact that mar-
ried women who work have been 'raked over
the coalii" leceiitly by Mi. llonahm. Mr. McCul-
lough and othniii simply bccnusii they ate mar-
ried women not taking into consideration their
fitness and capabilities for lines other than
household duties I feel U my duty to say a Word
III defense of Uiomc married women who aro
helping In u financial way to obtain a home.
Although Mr. Ilonnhm and Mr. McCullough
may be sincere In their beliels. I feel miro that
lr obseivations havn been limited to u few
the so-c.illcil human peacocks." mid that
of the so-called human pe
the many truly helpful vvivus iro reaping the "A man down stairs snys ho must wide at him.
blame. see you ma'am." Cook came up and "op 1 thought perhaps becaiiM! nf
IMrst of all Mr. Ilonnhm In his letter of the to1'1 "0' "1 rlJ l" '11 '"" all this trouble you might have to.
28th h.is that In the two years that he haslwMI 1 vvcll like you told mc to Klv tnis hls Ke.sturo embraced
hee.n In Tulsa he has purchased and almoin ! 1ut octed like he dhln t bellevn tl .Miro hmiae.
half paid Tor a I2000 home; Is contemplating me. ami nam 110 wouiii w.tu m .. lU.t know nnyuIng." I re-
the iiurcbutM of an automobile; and has a vviiel""'11 Hlt dovvn on ono of them de-pentcd. allowing a note of Impa-
and two children to support. I.ot im Jugglo his
figures a bit. Ills home he has half paid for
In tun venrs. that's tit. 1100. or 1 .1.11 (hi .1 v.ie I'nr
.1 family ot four the living expem-. clothing.
amusements books doctor bills and Inclduiitab'l
will nveiiige around JlOd a month or a total
or II 200 a year. With the J.t.miu paid mi his
limno pliin the $12000 expenses would make a
tolal yeuily income of at least (1200 (yet he
states that he Is only receiving a modcrato yal-
urv). in addition to thl.i letirlv Income ndd
one-half the pi be of whatever car he pun liases
Say! .Mr. llonahm. no wonder your wife doesn't
work! N'n ono expects a (fouo a year man's
wife to work. Just you ntep aside and let men
who are drawing from I1.S00 to (2.&00 a year
tell their stor).
Thn army took the youth of the country and
we were glad to go. Hut the coming back was
hard. For being out of the IiusIiichh world for
from a year to three years meant mart all over
again. Again to quote Mr. Ilonahni "Men should
consider themselves failures for not being able
to properly take euro of a woman before they
many." That theory may be alright "Hnnnlo"
but niter working ami watting through the war
tho twentieth comury girl snn "why wall long-
er'.' Let's work It out together."1
I came here In 1010 and havo been employed
steadily since then by the name company which
is thn lending company In its lino of but'lucss
at a moderate salary (Not In Mr. Uouahm's
class though for It i."u't a ( 3000 a year Job).
My wife employed In an of lice before we were
married nhtnlntrd work and putn her salary In
1 nivlngs account a a fund for our home. That
was our plan and It Is working. None of un
men who have wives who work expect them to
work In it 1 1 office morn than a year or so and
wo hope that during that time they do not have
to work under such men as Mr. llonahm. but
It only "cms best that they should help to ac-
cumulate a home while they are young rather
than put up with paying high rents till thetr
Mr. Ilonnhm. all married women am not
"human peacocks" and thoy ara not "all ulaek-
eru" of "smiuty parasites." Ilut some ot them
more than you think perhaps am helping tluii
husbands who. though able-bodied aro handi-
capped by excessive rcntM. exorbitant prices
and moderate s.ilarlei.
a iii'siiAND wnosu win: works
Tulsa. I'obruary 2.
Take That .Mr. .McCullougli!
lldltor World: II Is with disgust I rend youi'i
articles written by Mis. A. K. Illgglns and J. S. 1
vAlcCulloiigh on "Married Women "Working." '
Why slander every good honest married work-
lug woman for a few shltkcrs- 1 am a mar-
ried woman working every tiny uinlcrwtiuiil. not !
because I am shliklng my duties In mc home
or as a married woman. I have thtee good
healthy tiilldicn anil keep tip a real honrst-to-l
goodness home work because I need tho money
and If soino of these narrow -minded people
knew what it tost to dress clothe and teed 1
three healthy children they would not dlNcus
Htich subjects. My husband works every day
nml does eveiythlng In his power tor the home
brtt yet If I were not to work I am afraid there1
would bo a lot lacking. I know that I spend 1
moro time In my home and witli mv children '
than tho most of you married women do who
spend your time In the department stores or '
theaters and leave your children home with .
colored muses or tunning tho streets.
You Mr. MtCullough. as far ns woman be-
lug a hlndtance In an office thlna agiln.
plOHse. 1 Know a few married women who !
nro working In offices becatisn they need the '
money and aro given positions und salaries '
becauso their work Is satisfactory and tbevl
aro glviig value reteved. and not merely on
tho payroll. You say theio married women !
aro keeping some good slxod man out t work"
1 can't Imagine any real man wanting 11 Job
as a .stenographer or a clerk. I should think I
they would aspire for something moro man-'
Tho only difference I seo is. I hire .1 house-
keeper giving some oun work In the homo with
board one who cannot fill an office position
and 1 take the office position. Where's the
harm v "11s iruly
A OHI.D KUADUU
T 1 Ism M L
SOME SHADOWS HE SAW
The Promoter's Wife
By JANE PP1ELPS
Chapter C.MV. aei-me that I
A Itcportcr Calls t'lsin Marhiim. 1'7""1'' wrI1'
Tho ball rang. 1 shivered n. 1 had .'. 1 ' "
I" 1 " r "mp. 1 ul" ul'-" "Shall you
I n'""e. Mils time with reuaon. ......
gam piusn cniiir iiko no wun kuuik. tlencu to
to stay an tiny.
'Tell him t will see him. Tako
We were both
him Into Um library.'
"Very vvcll ma'am.
Ilut he ain't
had asked me If I would not prcfor
"Will you toll me Mrs. Forbes
If your husband contemplate:! going
on with his business? Is becoming
back?" a cunning look In his ' yes.
"'ou kuow Just um much a I do.
t nm not very well today. I hnvo
a headache. If I have told you all
you wnt to know will you please
'Certainly madnme. And 1 will
also give you the compliment of say-
ing you are very clever l'or a
bright clever looking womnn you
are about as stupid a one ns I ever
have come across. Stupid because
yxm want to be. or have been told
After be left I laughed and cried
hvHterlenlly. It had been so funny
like a bit out of a play yet It had
also been hard to act the part. I
wondered If he would hvo some-
thing In his paper about the "finan-
cier's stupid wife" nnd if he would
print my replies to his questions.
I also felt mther proud of the re-
port I should have to give Mr.
Frederick. I surely had said noth-
ing which could make any trouble
for anyone. Utile did 1 realize the
resourcefulness of reporters.
The next morning I sent conk out
to buy an "Argus." I recoiled with
horror when I saw In bold type on
the first p.iTo-
"An Interview with Mrs. Forbes.
Her story will interest our readers
1T0 He Continued 1
quite your sort ma'am. Not quite."
I new It was a reporter. It was
hard for me to dissemble always
.had been. Hut I must not let him
get anything out of me. I recalled
Mr. Kiedcrlck h warning to be "as
nlupld 11.1 poswlble "
1 would bo
When I sivv the youngish man
with a rusty overcoat and heavy
glawes I understood Cook's "not
quite oui sort." Yet he had n nice
face and ho looked kind.
"You wished to seo me? I am
Mrs. Forbes" I said a.i ho rose.
"Yes the Morning Argus would
like to know how you feel about
your husband's trouble" ho had
ht'Hltiiteil Just .1 moment beforo the
word "and where ho is at present."
"I don't know anything about
anything" I replied wondering If
that were a stupid enough answer.
"Hut ur.'iv you know where your
"Surely I don't. He never tells
me things- Ho Just went uway." I
felt I didn't know exactly where he
was Just then so was not telling a
I very grow untruth. Hy the expres
sion on my interviewer's fare l Knew
I was being 'stupid' all right. 1 was
almost hysteilcal ns I saw It.
"Do you know this man Scott?"
"Mr. I'orbes never brings men
Inline with him. Ho knows I don't
"Will you tell nn why ?" A gleam
of satisfaction In his face. He evi-
dently thought he vvns now golns to
"Why. I Just don't like to have
them here thus all 1 can't talk
business. I don't know anything
about it. I like people to come to
The Young Lady
Across the Way
The l'.nk Ave. News.
Hlzznlss Notes. Kd Wernlt k and
Lew I i.iv is are thinking of going in
the lumber blzznlss starting with 5
hord-' they found last Sattldav Out
Fd Vv emlrk vvasent allowed to keep
them in his Ink yard and now it nil
depends on weather Lew Ilavis will
be allowed lo keep them in his.
Theater Nnte. Thetes a bum
plckturc at the Little (Irani! this
Spoarta A contest was held last
Sunday aftlrnoon to see who could
make their chewing gum last the
longest and still Injov it. J'uds Sini-
kins winning hy making hit last 1
houra but the other fellows tlalmlng
a fowl on account of saying l'uds
kepp on putting sugar in his tin nth
agenst the rules. Amung those In
the contest was Henny I'otts Artie
Alixander Leroy Shooster and IU'd-
l'lmif by Skinny Martin.
Wats Fare fon One Is Faro for AH
Cherr up laff harty.
The worst is yet to cftjiie.
I never felt better In all my life
So wy should you feel bum?
Smslety Mr. Skinny Martin and
Mr Skinny Mullln are so mad at
en li other they dont spiek. the most
they do being to make signals and
they dont even do that unless its ab-
Of Hritlsh Invention is n new elec-
tric light said to exceed thn best
carbon art lamp for brilliancy In
which the electricity forms an arc
between globules of tunustcn in a
The inu'ii; lad'. tt'Tom the way vacuum bulb.
says tni f.itbei is f r the open shop. -
h- 1 tei ( sat. an I tn Uus day Af'er thn fibers aro bound to-
ne 1 a- ' I yn net bow anyone (rrthor by liroomtnakerM a new nia-
cin ttaia ui against venuialiuii vhino sewa them by footpowcr.
192ti Dt TliChlroTrllao.
ran talk to. People1
society friends." I
go on living here?"
. .. ..... vp!(
creek into my voire anil
one foot to another.
standing although he 1
The ttars Incline but ilo nnt rompil."
(Cpt. 1921 by McClure .Newpaper Hjrnil.)
IVbruary ft 1921.
This Is a fortunate day accord-
ing to nstrology. Jupiter Saturn.
Mars and tho Sun are all In beneflc
It Is a time for progressive effort
In every line but especially In com-
mercial enterprises. Iluying and
selling aro subject to tho best direc-
tion. Saturn gives great promise to
those who deal in lands and pres-
ages profit in real cstato invest
Just Snap Your Fingers
at Caro ifox-tnt) .(1 25
H10 Grande iwnltzi .(125
1 "Want to (!o to tho
Lund Where tho
Sweet Daddies Grow. (125
Nightingalo (fox-trot) .(1.25
I'm a Lonesome I.lttlo
ltalndrop (fox-trot) . (t 25
Grieving for You (1.25
On Pensacola Hay
(Walt?.) (1 25
About Town and
in Hotel Lobbies
A Unique record Is hi 1
Tulsa chamber of commvr
ord that has not been j.
any other city in the f. 1
according to Clarence 11
a 1 1
mannging director of h( . (
Hon. No subscription p
ever been passed by the 1 '.
commerce; It has never b .
ly to a "panhaiulllng' expc i-
ralsn funds nml fl.. .
'been 11 membership caini. c
explains. Yet the mcmttI.
grown every month. 1;. .
the organization for Jn
1 were the largest In its ni-
Tulsa Hplrit officials m
I' atlon of tho chamber t
merce. Is perhaps the m
read 1 ham her of cotiimn
the world. ' Douglas de t
.Is being used 11s it tif 1
liar organizations in ma
cities.' Tho work of u
(hamber is condutird a' .
pinse than It Is in !ii".t
bait the population of T 1
I den l bellevn that a a i
will tome of the propose' 1 no
uniiiir. I . 11 wyckon n - .
t t... o.. ....i. 1.-;.- 1 1 ri"V
j . o.uinii JtetiniHK m iir
itteii nii evening in a 11.
if the general outlook in .
tho (id and petroleum 1
..i a t
.mi vyycKntt arrived yinrj f-
ChlCnt!tl mill Im Hlnnnti.
KcUh-ttn "What has h nin . 4 n
I the petroleum Industry i
and has happened In vir.tua ' n
'her Industry. It tonidn' if
.vcaled and one Inn to e. 1
The whole world Is upse' ut I t(-y
consnler.'iido drop Is mental .
see It I have felt f- a
that It had to tunic bat ie nu .pH
Ion the present state o:
not going to last long. 1 - t cc'
an inevitable part of rr.idu itipr.
and It requires patience v t '
business outlook nf ro ir.e ".p f
tuition here Is essenti.iltv diff'rio
from thnt In Chicago foi win
sp'aks of good or hard times lim
one speaks In terms of im vjcw
1 org nnu us vicinity was lr fn
men tun uoproiioii spread 1 1 1 r
cago. TiKi was virtually .11 t j.-h
ed while tho east and mnM wev
was suffering through a s )iu
manufactures; then the hMi'Uwrrt
1 was hit as vvns inevitable dntl
came tho cut In the urn r of eri
Tulsa Is fortunate In ha is re
action was late in affecting us bun
Hess; It will recover earlirr Th
country Is getting over the li sate-
ly and I can see a gradual la.prcve.
ment already along all llne Hf
covery will be a slow proC' as p
takrs a long time for a sick hllil
to get well especially one as sick a
this ono was but I lonk for com-
plete recovery within tho next few
of stnrs making for many large an!
Again t'olonl.itlnn on a new x-a
Is foreshadowed and there will be
assistance given hy the government
Farmers continue subjed ' nl.m
etary influences read as irnw Inter
oMing to tnose who nave tne good
of their country at heart for 'hev
an; to attain Immense power politi-
cal and financial through organiza-
tion. The stars promise mi:"h to Uine
who aro to assume control .f the
government. This year will tie ad
vantngcou. but they aro warned
of new national problems that tneti
acn tho country.
Mars seems to presage neeessarv
interest in military affairs t.enefi
elnl especially to soldiers and thote
who makp a profession of pmieitin;
I'ninus again gives warning tlia'
there will be a great deal of wronf
thinking that will hnrm the peaceful
tfl... I. .1 . .!.! 1MMIIS llj Itll ItUUIlIC.
...il. It-lliei.ltie.s .. uic t.t.lf til.ir Ts () nf)t ft- t.kv .iy frr
that buttoned on th' shoulder? A meetings of men and women .f ro-
nlcn dean meritorious show starved j mance guides them. Kven in lm.11
f death nt Melodeon hall last week. ! ""s affairs there may bo serious
1 For many months the seers have
predicted thnt women would be ome
modest and sensible in dross The
prognostication Is that fnshlnnj wi"
be greatly modified within the year
I'crsonn whose blrthdato n ..
should bo careful to avoid nr idem
this year. An active and prosper-
ous year In business is forecast for
both men and women.
Children born on this d.iv hat
the augury of success and b.ipp
ncss hut all through life th' v may
bo liable to accidents.
Corner in Klcvatorn.
Special to Th World.
WUI.CH Feb. 4--'our. m-
mlssloncr H It. ('amptie 1 nn
bought the Mead drain 'ropiM
nn.t ilie t'ninii firuin eomnie ele
(vnt nru here thus ccttnnr a un none
Hulldlng is subject to tho sway of the grain business at this point
Music Is Essential
FOR YOUR PLAYER. PlftNO f NOW IN DEMAND
12lh Street Itag songi
Sweet Love 1"
I'd Lovo to Fall Asleep
and Host "
Grieving for You '
Closo to Your Hear'
f Honey Girl) . . .
Sunshine of Lovo i Ilunev
Drop Mo a Lino (Honey
Alice Illuo Gown
ism S.-.C National Kmblem March V. S Mar.n- Ha
Lights Out March I'ryors Ha'
177G.1 S5c Hrighten the Corner Homer Uodohcu- '
I Walk With tho King Homer Hodeheati
H4H S6c Some Time We'll Understand Trinity Ch '
Tell Mother I'll He There Hayden tiuarte'
649011 25 Honor and Lovo John M'Corma W
35T02 1.30 Gems From "Mary' Victor Light Opera 'o
Gom From "Tho Night Hoat". Victor Light Opera t
7446S 1 75 My Old Kentucky Home Alma Glu k
U50 1 ?a Liebesfreud (Kretsler) Fritz Krd-Icr
S Sok'b'XObic Cq . 1 ciui'i:. Mgr
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