The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 20, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 20, 1921 Page: 4 of 20
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TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 1921
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Daily Biblical Quotation
11a not overcome ir evil liut overcome evil
with good ltotn Ml. 21.
Ilrlng Thy Heavenly kingdom III!
Culim In ibis reepteil hour;
I'lll ua with Thy glorious power.
Hoofing out the Mart of aln
A M.VIn:U (II' MnMICVT.
The ftitviin given Amerlrnn itfateamnn by the
Jll Mall 'iaaattn of London known ai Mr. Mod
CTnri'n Journallatla mouthpiece la- n matter
in much more than pnaalns moment.
Tha nitltla. widely published an both nIiIvh
tU wnti-r. Mm itlrectlr In do with oim of th
mt emlmrrftMln iwtpMlH of tho fnahromlng
ilWrmainonl corifrtic Hie dlapottttlon of uf-
f(ifi anil Imrinonlzlnir or confllrilnir lnfliiBno
Ift tho rnciriq. Mtul (UitaiitM of Intprimtlntml
jinlltlpH hnve foromeii from Die firm mid The
'World ban pravlntiolr oallnd llcntlon to til
ifrMlll rmhNrrftMHiitnt which will ttnd Bn-
lWi wteiinn In th'Ht Ronfartinca when crIIihI
Hli' to tl IhHr liollry ullh ripct to tin tn-
lilUon of thlr llf .lniwin mid their friend
Ifiioln 8nm. when I'uplfla proliltiti urt tip for
' Thft Hrtlrlo under conldrntlon w evidently
put forth for lh pitrjioea of nrepHrlnr the
Hfeiinil for a typical Unllh etraddle. fmlo
ffctin In (old In no uncertain term that If h Ih
Unt on a policy of mirlal!nm nnd th'nt In n
role which Jonathan him rlulmml PxnlUHvy
Hit thee yenrn lie intiet "top nut and act him-
Kelt n reputation. In otior words he panuot
hope to ham llrltlnh niltliino uiiIiiih nnd until
lir nmntfeela a etronitth nnd dutKinilnntloii
which innlirtt mirh awlittftneo worth while. "
1 ''Atnorlon inut tnkn tho rlnlsn nnd ooeln upon
lr own ehouldore" myn the tlnrette In dl.
c'upmIimj our nlHiid for the open door nnd free
mill r-iiual Ofportunlty In tho l'nclflc. In othnr
word horn in fair nolloo thnt tho preelous In-
torvKti of llrltaln nro not to lm ondiinKervd -by
it eoloctlon between the wily Jupnnr-im nnd their
own blond ltln until It U fairly ilPltrmlncd In
nn upon conflict which Is tint miporlor forcn In
thn I'dolflo thn JnpH or thu Amorliintn. n In
nlso opon notlco thnt UnRlftnil. (run to hi-r bin-
tsrlo character. Intends to let others do thn
i-'oukIi work while nho Inyn lmc) nwfiltlni; thn
ttiomcnt when h' run cslabllsh n rflpr.ifl.n-li.
nltfnt with tho stronger of tho two.
? No nntlon In tho uorld'a history has prnti'd
i volubly of prlnolplo ninl prnctlctd hi llltlo
iff It In lntrnnlloiinl relations ns this minio
"inoUmr country of Alnorlon." Iiipvltnhly onn
on this sldo tho Atlantic! mut oonvludn thnt
whnt stntcsmcn wnnt morn thnn nnythlna nlso
Im .Inpanese hcRcniouy In the l'nclflo with r
I'OinplclP undirKtandliiB with thrlr Kimllsh al-
lies nnd Unltr-d Ktntes lieKcmony In tho two
Aini-rlons with n roitifiletn underslundlnB with
KtiKllsh polltiolnns thus cloarly oatHbllnhlnif
RiiKlleh liBuemony throughout thn world.
Tho KHino Is a ornfty one. but It Is onHlly psr-
colvod unil ebntild bn ns enslly dlspostid of Tor
nt least thron centurlio Hngllsh tntpiniinhli
ls been conducted In this innnnor pluylnff
ujie rival off ngalimt the other. The iniestlon Ih.
will the statesmen of America fall for thn
game of duplicity ami KUlIa? do not
Wo hope to ee Hie "auperUest politician" of
His tlmo driven Into a corner where he must
eithor confess bis Inolncrlty or make a defl-
nlto nnd responsible decision. Heferanoa of
dourmi Is hail to Lloyd doors'. Wo are pin-
nine our faith to Charles Ilnnliew. U the dis-
armamont oonfereneo does not force KnMllsii
statesmen to Mnto their cuse anil tftke their
poult lot) without eiiulvoontlon neaumtnff full
liability for tho Unllnh Kovernmcnt lind peo-
ple then It will aertiilnly plant the seeds of mi
.If tho United States ennnot hold a brief for
eViunllly of opportunity for all nations wlth'out
incurring the lntrlgulne opponltloii of the verj
nation It has served longest nnd best then tho
sooner thnt fact Is discovered tho better.
The llrltlsh Idea of civilisation comprehends
Knxllsli heiiemnny of the world oven though'
It be In copartnership with lnfldeln nnd suv.
aifea and at thn exponso of her own blood kin.
Hor Idea of an Anierlcftn-Kngllsh rapprooch-
ment Is for America to oon!ntly play second
fiddle In the Kngllsh orchestra of world lm.
;ovi'.iiNon itomnnso.v. iav.i:.MY)itfi:it.
Ill suinnmrlly slopping the boxing cniitest
staged for Tulsa October 15 Governor Itobert-
son appears In tho comtnendiiblo role of n
atrlot law enforcer. Candor compeU. the admis-
sion that he has very frequently appeared in
nuoh role where Tulsa Involved. It hn.
apneared to bo the chief concern of both the
governor and his attorney gonernl that Tulsu
bo initiie to walk tho narrow path of moral
rectitude even like Cacbar's . wfi appearing
The nibbons-O'Dowrt contest was driven from
Kansun by tho officials of that state. One Is
perplexed t undorstand the reason If the "go-
had been between two selling plalem of no
cimseuiienco It would not have eiirrrd tne turul
Bcnslblllllc p offlclnl lUinsaB. liut slnco U
was oittvre:i two m'n el'her ct whom inly I
rornr a loiitrrrlcr for he hlgbi-st honors In
MiKlh'irn II was hld to be Illegal.
And having been expelled from Kansas our
own governor eould not fairly 1 ogpected lo
prove himself Iwi sensltlvs to the moialitlna
Involved than tha officials of ICsnsss. tinting
I'tiniests have been held wllh greal regularlly In
both Kansas and Oklahoma. They tntve been
held with great regularity In both Tulsa and
Oklahoma City. Nothing ban httn Mid about
them. Apparently they werw held to be within
Ih'e law euch contesla will bn continued wa
have nn doubt unlee and until one la ached-
tied which offers the general publlo Itn un-
nuestloned money's worth. Thau the official
thumbs w go down.
White wa must approve Ilia action of Oover-
iii r Hobertaon Inevitably wa wonder what his
official decision would have been hd tha pro-
motors of the nibhons-O'Dowd bout nlecieil In
take It to Oklahomn City Instead of Ttl!i? Onn
ran only speculate and In doing so measure the
actions of the past a gal run tha proapects thuv
Borne day wa may get away from tha
hypocrisy of reformns and craven officials but
tha time aeerrrn distant Indeed.
thu Mtrr;i;g)i: nr k.vm.v.
lractlral politic la rife with apeeulntlen rn-
oernlng the probaole siiecesaor of Kno. The
nation mourns Knox. Make nn mistake nn that
point. A grant Ameri-nn has fallen. ' Hut In-
terixt luriMi on his probible aucresanr. l'nr In
that Is to be teen thn t-end of Pennsylvania
politics. And Pennsylvania politics 1ms tmerted'
a tremendous Influence on the nation for thn
past forty years or since tha rise mid rolnii of
Penrose as the suncemor of Quay Is totter-
ing on his throne. A now forco has risen In
Pennsylvania In the person of Hproul nn In-
dividual who Is one of the wealthy mon of the
nation and Independent In his political activities
lo ft aurprlelng extent. Pcurono never Hsstnted
.Mproul In his political ambitions. To verv grent
egtenl Hproul has risen In proportion to his op-
position to Peiu-ose and Penroselsm. This wns
not bacauss tho men were or lire dissimilar;
they nro not baslcly ho. They are merely an-
tiigonlMtlo. IV far hs known there Is no guod
reason 'why Rproul should not trnln with Pen-
rose excepting t'mt there Is not sufficient room
In the Pennsylvania lepubllcan en nip for two
boHHia. Ilciico Penrose has reigned ktipreme.
Illlt he Is pnwillli; h:i linen for seven
yearn. At bent the time Is short that Penrose
mm hope to call his own. This Is recognized by
all eonctrned. Therefore a new leader must bo
prepared Hproul tins been and Is preparing for
thnt office IlecaUHo of this It Is not surpris-
ing to learn that the sucicHsor of Knox will be
a tfproul rather than a Penrose man. Whether
this tnc.ins much' or little for Pennsylvania and
tho nation remains to bo seen.
Hut It does mean that in thn next national
convent Ion Penrose will perforce be compelled
to play very modest second fiddle even If hn
lives so long. He may play nothing but n dis-
cord. The nntlon will not weep If such should
prove to bo the case l'or Pcnrtwe has been tol-
erated rather than loved by the republicans of
(h't ITnlled Slatrn for the past score of years.
Iln has been n liability lather than an uwset to
tho paity slnco tho days of lurid politics when
the Hoosovelt star iv coming up and nil other
It Is characteristic of human natum nnd of
politics In this great republic that the slipping
boss Is n pitiful thing. It Is the vlrllo wlnnei
who commands allegiance. Kproul It seems to
an outlnnder linx even without n set fight
maneuvered Penrose Into a position where he
Is no longer worthy of tno much attention. It
Is nlmost tlmo for the republican cohorts of
the Keystone state to shout "The king Is dead
long live Ih'e kink!"
A KI'llSTANTIAI. ACCOM PI IS1IM HNT.
Hometlmcrt real big news Is submerged In the
make-up of a dally paper. Such was thn ciiho
In Wednesday's World when the story that ar-
rangements for carrying through tho paving
projtct of Peoria avenue had Veen perfected.
Thoro IKW been a controversy between the
city nnd the county concerning this work. It
will bo remembered that this paving proJct
vontemp1.it n hard-surfaced road front the
enutlt to the north limits of the county said
highway running through the city of Tulsu on
A subHtautial amount of tho work Is done.
When County Commissioners (lllmorn and
Wooden agreed on behalf of tho county to as-
sume rosponelblllty for all tactions not directly
within tho city thus enabling the Immediate
letting of the contract from Admiral to tho be-
ginning uf the hlghwny north of th'e city a
splendid piece of constructive work was ac-
complished. Tho roadway Is now completed from Jenks
to a point near the ooutli city limits and from
(Copyright. 192 1. by IMgur A. flust.)
Tin: mrrr.itr..vri: in mks.
(Copyright 1921. by Kdgnr A. Guest.)
There Is a difference In men-
One spreads flattery on m thick.
You know It Isn t meant to stick.
And all the praise he utters then
Is lost the minute It Is heard
You can't iccall a single word.
Another takes your hand nnd sets
Your blead a-tlnglo through and through
Ills frlendllncMs Is all for you
He never when you're down forgets
To speak tne words you long to hear.
Somehow you feel he's always near.
One flatters and his speech Is sweet.
Hut little sugar friendship needs.
Its charm In found in kindly deeds
And not by words which all repeat
00 men their Inmost thoughts reveal
Hut something whloh tho heart can feel.
I've known the silent man ti stand
lleslde mo when my heart was numb
And l rejoiced that he had come
I' or from tho pleasure of his hand
1 knew unto the hitter end
in him I had a constant friend.
'hf noiih it ! r's i n point near Sperry Ily
the B'llon of Messrs. Ollmore and Wooden
Tuesday all obstacltn have been removed to
the early completion of this roadA-ny which Is
destined to bo the moat practical and popular
drlv In the county.
THOUGHT WAVES FROM THE BURDEN BEARERS
ICPorrUkit l21t Zt Tkt Olan TrUru.!
ftomathtng seems to tell us that the brother-
hoods are seeking n safe spot to lay It down on.
IIT Otlh I.OKTON.
Wn also notice th'at the
a lot of ffa In the parade.
Another curious thing about It In tha num.
or of "Coona" tha censim directory locttaa In
And on top of ihw. regretfully comment the
Jialiis News every time we hlteh our wagon
lo a star wa hava tlrn troubls.
H If. Wlbun titl not wait for the state muchlne
to nut Ita mark on him. Ho comes. right out
and announces himself for govurnor.
Onn of the funny things about a horse show
is that the men nnd women have to be dresaed
Juet so or the allow is not a siloceos.
Three thlngg ran make ti fool out of a man
nnl woman Is two of 'am. remarks llube (Jeem
of Tishomingo In a tone uf voice tinctured with
We know Jmt how uppish those Wichita fel-
lows are. bin w trust they wilt not he so brasen
hs to consider Tulsa h suburb Just hecnusn thn
boxing match wao transferred to this town.
The Iliirtlesvllln Knterprlse refuwn to foster
a campaign against the roll-top stocking for
the reason that those behind tho movement re-
fuse to deslgnato whore thu roll should begin
The Hsrii lectin but 1nn.tr
Cpl 121 hy Mcllurt Nwlplp
Of course we hnvn nl wny had great faith In
the V. M. 0. A. but when Mr. lluchner under-
takes to tell how he wns threatened by a "red-
shouldered hawk" we are Inclined to the belief
it is time to Investigate tho char goo made
ngiilnsl bis organization.
Barometer of Public Opinion
' ' '
i 1 " "T" .
TiiNa MriTl Itulliwiy h tho Jltneyj.
lldltnr World. I se0 by the morning World
that President Hosier of the Tulsa .Street isll-
way Is coming to Tulm next b'rldav on u pussy-
footing expedition the object being to gut ths
mayor ami rommlsstonem to extend tho powers
and fruuehlse of the Tulsa flreet railway and
limit and shorten the power and Ughto of thn
Jltnes In the operation of their respective
It would therefore appear to be" an oppor-
tune tlion to say something about tho respec-
tive merits of these public conveyances.
The Tulsa Stteet railway is an inadequate
cheaply built and cheaply run system and
might do very well In u mnnller city of 10000 or
16.000 Inhabitants hut Is entirely Inadequate
for a city or some SO. 000 or 90000 Inhabitants
with Its suburban population.
One uf the worst ftatutpn nt tin. Tut.- Kirt
.r. 1.. mc-wiun car wnicn instead of: ..ri t . . ... .
making the .omnanv money. Is in rentitv ii ... .7 . . ' . "" . If"" n?' " soumi rrom within mien
We Want Sympathy
Uy NOItA COMS aKINNUK
moiorman ot tho one-man truth.
prospective passengers on Wu do want svmnaihv. even- one
cause of h company losing n consltlerablo' Mir-' S y i?athy Hymi at).? 'd In'lts
cars to observe
either wide of him. because of being compelled of us.
o waicn-siraigiii aueau an.i mind lis buslnew When wo do something worth
Is one of th.l reasono for losses for If thero commending wo wnnt praise and
were u com tictor on the rear end ho could when wc havo hard luck wo want
watch for thin business and promptly signal tho somebody .To happen along and toll
moiorman. allowing passengers "on nt tho rearia he's sorry.
thlnlr;Kl1n lh "r' Wth hnti'-'' J-rffrS allo1
hV?ump1ln.s;'cflUse. bv th'o cars he.n '' .
m.. II i ..i..!. I. ....... V. " iinuiriti n iuii. aie piuuun oil noil
.n.i . . ..Vi.i A. . '"" "f ' "'rings says.' "That's trio bad.
" i.. ......v.. ui .linn km inD scats maKO nitv him ri'
them a most uncomfortable. undeslmtiin .':...... '
method of transportation. ' ....
The supremacy of the Jitney nrc many. True 'nrathy li not expressed
1. Tho Jitney driver alw sees front and Hide' !'.nl ? 1' r"nI? llr0 V'7 .Wlh
nnd one oometlmes suspicions them of bcl g '' fi''1VCP' monc nn'1 J"0'1 aH
able to see from tho ro.ix- of the head tho ? V f ft 'ct''ieJ- They are
av thev locate ii.. Jiiii nil . inot obtrusive they do not make
sto p!ngJto "get t em B mVl"8 ttlMl Point.! allusions to the misfortune
2 (in. iir.. tim t ....... i i . 'they have not. on such occasion
" ' ..r?' '?W'iU i K ' hour "a nose for news." They nro reedy
ev r .veJ i hr .I A.lmlral lino. nato ta or iHtcn-olso to work.
S lr?..1 r: l" flVB""""vs. Triln sympathy Is always npprc-
.." . m'""v r" " "'" w on0-' elated und always wclcorne. It Is
I'm glad it didn't happen
sustaining to know friends are will
It gives coorago and a
man horse cars between downtown and York
" . . . 'Jnctohclt.
i. x ne jmiey seats are rar. rsr more enm. ..... ... i. ....n
fortable than tlIB wooden "Canadian Padf lo mV: "X .
style of seat uwd on Htreet cars. Sympathy. When the baby hurts
nt Hosier of iho T. s. li. ...l .. ; -v
jo see a rem rice ric street railway In opera- it well Ho expects and longs for
tlun in a city of the saiiu. population as Tulsa this show of sympathy and will cry
let him visit Calgary Alberta and look Into until ho gets It no matter how
facilities servlca and fares on the municipal slight the physical hurt.
owned and opuratcd Calgary Street railway i Sometimes a child falls down
or for thut matter any municipal owned and nnd If no ono Is near gets up and
operated railway (of which there aro many) goes on playing hut if he i-ees anv-
In Cannda or to come nearer home th'o Twin one who can hear him ho cries at
City street railways In St. Paul and Mln-!the top of his voice.
neapolls. all of which are 150 per cent better Pvo heard It told of ono and
than the T. S. II. laughed at tho man many times for
Why doe not tho clly of Tulsa own lt own It. that when a little boy he hurt
street railway unywuy? And Instead of having himself whll" playing outside hli
three electric lines establish one adujuate mother's window and started crying
astcm out of the scrap? i lustily only to meet with no rc-
l.lmltlng the Jitney only to thoso who arelsponw. Ho enmo nearer until he
able to establish u iM-scat Jitney line Is just was right under the window nnd
one more method used by those who like continued his lamentations but
City Attorney Duncan among olhem I
to help the "so-called" big fellow at the
expense of the little fellow who cannot afford
the 24-seat bus.
i want rm quit crying altogether and set
mi uuwn tne yarn to u.o wooapiio
where ho got a hot carried It to
tho window and rllmed up .o that
ho was In full view of those In the
room nnd began crying all over
again. Ho got his sympathy.
Somo people carry the deslro too
far. They want sympathy so much
that they eternally hunt something
to complain about. Sometimes It
l tho sympathy of n particular
person that thov want and again
it Is the notice of anybody in tho
wholo category. In neither caso
la It admirable.
On tho other hand sympathy ii
often over zealous and Is not
pleasant bordering on curiosity
without a trun desire to help. TIiLh
Ih dlstnsteful sympathy.
It Is amusing to hear people talk
about their own aliments and opera-
tions that Is If you aren't In-
clined to be of the "falnty" sort.
Kvrryono loves to toll "all about It."
It Is a kind of nulf-sympathy. All
they need Is an audlenco. Hut thin
Is hard to get for most everybody
boa had oxperlcnco of his own und
Interrupts with: "Now my opera-
tion was not llko thnt." "When I
hnd my appendix taken out" or
"When I had typhoid my doctor
wouldn't let mo do thla or that"
and generally this Is boforo a sick
person whom they have conio to
A mother wntches over and
care for n feverish child all (lay
entirely forgetting self but when
husband eomis homo at night tlv
has a little cry and Is glad to i;o
to him for comfort and strength.
It Is the ennio with us all. Wo
work hard and do tho best we can
but when wv fall wo want someone
who really underntandH to give us
a loving restful sympathy and llko
tho Kngllsh sportsmen oxclalm-
"A good try! A good try!"
n5Ge 'Id. ctnoln ctaol netaol etaol
The Young Lady
Across tho Way
As a patron uf the Jitneys nnd sometimes tho
T. S. It. 1 want to toll City Attornoy Duncan
that I don't iaro if the Jitney man has but four
seats In the car. 1 am Just an willing to rldo with
him as If he had I seats and he should not
be compelled to dUH-ontlnuu business merely
because of his limited space nor should ho bo
taxed to death.
Although I am not a lawyer I do not bn.
llevo such an ordinance ns proposed by Duncan
would hold. If taken to the higher courts
l.et me hall.
"Long live the Jitney." Then we know the
money hi ays right In Tulsa and does not go n
"Joy. riding ' to name capitalist m Ohio and
A. W. hai.tzkh
Tulsa. Oct. M. 1116 East Second St.
A story in The News yesterday outlined the
manner In which Uev. T. It. Westien recontly
expelled from the Methodist Kplscopat church
by tho Mount Sales quarterly conference of the
wasmngton District is pursuing thu plcuannt!
..n.i luuiii.tuii- wi.-tiiuii ui marrying eaer
couples at Klkton tho Mnryland "Oretno.
Clreeii" and dividing the swag with chauf-
feurs. The preacher lion gone Into the marrying
iiiiHinoiHi at i.iKion. according to u story nnd 1
difficulties seem to be In the way of stopping1
iu cramii" mere oeing no law under which
to act. District Superintendent Itov. Dr. Hob-
crt Watt Is quoted us being willing to take ex-
treme steps to rid Klkton of this "marrying
parson" even to the point of Issuing man-
damus proceedings to force surrender of hl.i
it Is a pity that ouch controversies should be
allowed to crop up In Maryland. Enactment of
suitable statutes enforcing a suitable period of
residence by couples wishing to bo married
would largely pro-cut the Oretna Orcon bust- Tho young lady n-ross the win
netH and close the field to erring ministers. Klk- says tho I'nlted Sta'ea is certainly
ton hns emised Maryland a good dea4 of trou- a greut country an I .no duy when
bio und notoriety and It Is about ilnio to cull the thermometer was 85 sho noticed
a ".1U ..T.h. Ifgl'lnture can do It and should 'bat they had U inchtu of Know In
dfl It.-Uattlmoro American JSabkutchowuu.
HaV iBTaTaTaTaTaTaWNaTaTaTaTaaV aW I
'nmrNlny OcioIkt so IOJi
This Is reail as rathiT
day by astrologers. Wi i
and Saturn nro in b .f
Uranus is strongly ad. i-
Under this ptanetniy k !
trade and ooti'me". .
Improvement but tlure in
to In conditions that r. !
unread revival becauwc t
Warning Is given that th. .
of mind which falls . ;
to Institute right policies v
serious lossea to Ann 1 1 .i
Thero Is n sign read o-i
Inimical to our natb i n
owing to Its effect up. it i i
of those who wield power .
While there may be aJn:'.
however tho ultimate
will be most favorable to tp
States which Is to gain
In Its place among the wnii
Snturi seems to pr.m m.
nltlon of nervlro for tin i
various walks of life. ii .
fitatesmen and public scrv
every class nre foretold
Ilenctlonnry tendeneleg thn'
for wlso conservatism un.
strung during the lat W'.is
The horoyrope of the pree'i
thn I'nlted States contains '
nspects for the next few w '
ho will continue to gam gri .
t'ranus is In a. plare br;
cncDtirago Intrigue nnd !
Crimes that require ikwr-
Ono of the plgns of tMo tl i
be tho Introduction of lng m
ventlons that mako for lubm
and contrlbuto to changes In d
I.ljd Ocurgo Is to meet wl'h
troublo nt tho end of his liic i
tng to tho prophocy of a 1.
I'd sons whoso birthday It la f-.ive
tho nugury of a year of sue. .n. out
th'ey may have many obsunl.i tdat
Children born on this day tvn
rather a changeful nnd ur.s- led
life that will unfold most pre y
They are likely to bo generous cr
dowed with tulonts. '
You can't stop n thing by makln'
a crime of It. Ono good thing wo
herd y ever hear of an unnappy
home any more now that ovcr'bud-
tly tears nut n'ler breakfast.
I was mad at my sister r;
on account of her having t . i
to look how derty my hi.'. K
wile wo was eating ouoptr a- I
sent mo up to wash them irt)
1 came down agin ihe mash p j
w.'ih all gone spoiling my h !
plr on account of mo ony luurs
1! helpings before I was sent
after supplr Uladdls went i .
movies with Mr. Porklni und I
up in her room to look for r.
thinking Ci I know. 111 t.u.
stopper out of this boitle of p
and hldo It and the smrll u 1
leek out I't Ihi; bottle and '
wont bo ablo to find the Mmpp.
And I started to pull th. e .
out ony the more I pulled iln m
It stayed. Uolng a glass stopp t
u sharp top nnd sharp edges n.j
It hard to pull and ijr (.
started to hert llko cn.vih. .-
thinking Heck this Is a h . I.
And I tried to get It out f..i n 1
fin hour and Jest wen I was r
givo It up In dlskusst wat d' I .'
but ionic out Jest iih i.iy ...
could of did thnt in tho f. rsi
And I left tho bottle then- ai 1
the stopper In my rooinr anil
in bed wen (lladdls start d t i
up stairs and I herd her an I .
snuck over In my pidjamm i
Ussencd behind her dour in .
wat sho would nay when sh.- m
tho smell looking out of h-r ;
fume and dldent sco the stopjn i
Wl. h prltty soon I (n rd b
Did cnybody spill cny pi r'ur
round beer? Woll for I'eets -.
thit nwflll stopper Is out a'
Wnro in the w rid Ih it o
dont rnre I hopo and pray II! "
seo It agen Ive been trying t
out everj' dny for 3 month..
Mo thinking Aw gosh w if
uooce goou line after me g
my fingers nil sore. And this .
lng I smeared gluo nil over im.
i turn of tho stopper and put it o.i .
I the bottle ngen.
TRAINED USHERS IN CHARGE
Vint Cniwils nt Sunday Meetings Will
Ho (iulileil In mi Orderly .Manner.
When the Sunday meetings open
Sunday November 6 In the huge '
tuburnaclo nt the corner of Fourth
and Klgln erected especially for it. 1
the vast crowds that will' throng the1
nlslro wilt bo guided and marshaled 1
In nn orderly manner. Ushers wjll
be organized commanded and su-
pervised In a nystomatic Way nnd
every night the man In chnrgo will
know that every aisle every door
will be properly taken care of by a
competent lender and his assistants.
Kdward Winters la chief usher
with u. U. Schlegel assisting him.
Assistant chief usherti to Walters
will he Prank P. Sutherland. Frank I
Hovell and Wlllard John. Assistant
chief ushers to Schlegel will bo Hob-1
ert Williamson. Ira Ilrnoks and Ilert i
It. Parmer. Ushers In charge of the 1
aisles will bo Herman Kramer Johnl
I. tiundy John W. Schott Harry H.
Calvin S. K. Keen Norman 11.
Snyder and 1 H. Armentrout.
The working organiiutlon was
formed this week at a meeting
called by Kred W. Itapp. buslnem
representative und advuncg man of
the Sunday party. Happ left last
night for 81oux City Iowa In re
sponse to a telcgrum from Sunday
asking his presence In that city dur-
ing tin last two weeks of tho ro-
i vival. llapp expects to return to
i Tula the week before the meetings
open hero organlza the choir and
set the machinery In motion In
preparation for tho big opening on
Iterause light from melting Ice Is
rich In Infrared rnys. which pene-
trate fog a Frenchman had invent-
ed u reflecter that receive them
nnd electrically warns uhlps of the
nesrnerti of Icebergs.
Vinegar and salt will clean and
brighten water bottles and decanters.
n 111? r
Hvsxc ia EhaentieiZ '
Because the matchle33 StcinWay is
an3 has beenthe vPorldb stenSarc) for
nearly three Quapteyd.centuriiVe
hndmanij peojtfe who think it must
fiece55arili) be expensive
Pit) a mattenyfict it is iotfer in price
than Ip55 wbrthy in5tmmenbaQiialiU(
consiclepgtj is tne least expensive piano
f if tu ycaro old that are '.vbnderful musical
v" SQvrddjxtnQttikcnmpwt 'exchange 'on a Steinuhf
A. .1. CIlll'U
417 South Mm ii
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