The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 32 of 50
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5 1922
ISibllthM K'T.rr Mernlss tntloJlInt Dundtr
BY THE WORLD PUBLISHING CO.
3Ur.1 ( It Tul I'-ttofflt i"1 OaJllof
HMnnn or audit ni'nisAU or oim rt.vnoN
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for rlubllelln of oil lliplh rttWi In II of
at ethsrwlao r1lt.l In thU fMr nJ ilea tho loosi
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Bible Thought for Today
UIVINCI fl OK.rriNII Cllve nnd It shall
l given unio good measure pressed down
uilil shaken i.igeiiiei and i mining uvt. hnll
men glvtt lulu your bosom. Fur with Uib mirni
iiifHoutc thnt ye .nete withal U shall li mena-
tirMi 'n?iLS2i!!;iH!SlI A' .!L
miiti: WIS AOAIN.
"A lillllon dollBnt In being wasted on Intox-
icating liquor which nt best undermine the
physical conilltloM of men" nU the prehlbl-
tlonlats. "Let us iimtilblt the use of nlcohol
tn that everybody onn own b brlek buililliiK nml
lhu not only nave money but likewise add to
the longevity of humnn life."
And wo dlil.
And no thn saloon were tin nod Into candy
shops Inlernnl bath emporium nnd tobacco
store while thn hitherto unoccupied corner
of prominence were converted Into gasoline oil
tlom for th'o purpotn of vending; gns that youth
might go to hall on stx-cyllndero eober Instead of
behind old Dobbin Intoxicated n of yore.
And everybody turned In buying gasoline
end randy. The billion dollar wo wore sup-
posed to hnvn saved th'ough prohibition wont
Into tlm coffers of the cniuly purveyors talcing
with tlidin several nddltlonn) mllllone of ilnllnre.
The brlrk bulldlngK eeemed n fer off en over.
Hut ppnrontly evttrybody wa happy. How-
ever th'e prka of cniuly did ndvunco mnterlillyl
N'pw we nro ng.iln rudely Jarred. Our penoo
of mind mh not rent. The dentlite of the na-
tion have eet about stopping thn cnnnumptlon of
candy "ft rote tho teeth" they vor. "And
rotten teeth breed germe nnd' theeo germe acnt-
ter through tho humnn nyalom and piny fnvoo
with thn body. Ail aorta of dlocnm'a aprlng
therefrom. Therefore the conaumptlnn of
nweetitutfe Including tho aforementioned
Internal bathe of varloue kind muet be well
flret regulated and thun lirohlbltod."
In thli way we are to got our brick hulldlnge
nnd regain our health. Oaeollne of courie
ieinot coneumed by peoplo not yet at leaalj
what the futuro may hold In More we may not
any. In any eent wo can atlll find thnt outlet
tot th'nt particular charactorlillo of human
na tVro which demand aomo eort of ail eacapa
Vo don't know wliy tho dentlata are com-
plalnlnp. They gt all the way from 910 to
15000 for carpentering about In our mnuthe
In order to head off thet ritrwiatuling dlaeaieg
which aro commuting tie. To be a dnntlat In
theae modern daya with tho proper prnpa nnd
atagn letting U equhnlsnt to being a modern
Jlldaa. Yet they nro determined tu takn 'our
candy awhy from ual And enmethlng aeeme to
tell tie they'll get our brick building ton.
And juet nt thl Juncture our attention Is
directed to Hill another loud and ruUcou com-
plaint. OenoraJ Charle 12 Hawyw who hnH
aom eort of a poaltlon lit tho ntedlcnl arm of
tho government and who qtiltu evidently got
Into the vault where they keep tho etattatlci
h'a discovered that we nro nil becoming phy-
lcl defect; hopaleealy audi. AVe don't rightly
know whether thl I tho mtine country-doctor
Hnwyer which tho prealdent ralaetto the peer-
ii go tho other day. but we uppoe h Is and
that he feel It incumbent on hlmielt to do nnd
ey something calculated to Justify tho distinc-
tion whloh suddenly and unevnectedly came
upon him. At any rate thin 'ral" Hnwyor
promulgate a lot of tatltlc . how tint we
American people nro becoming horribly de-
ficient In 'both physical nnd mental nttnlmttont.
He prefaces hla startling moago with two
bald atatemento. Klrst. "Amerlni'a (physical
manhood. Is materially deficient!" and second
"If montat rapacity I of medlocro type."
Wouldn't that Jar you7 To bo sure It would
-and do! Enough hua been at la In those two
sentence to Justify tho orgnnlmtlon of at leat
'ateen aocletlta to uy nothing of numerous
league's commlailan nnd boards Kntumlly
America's manhood ha Jut naturally got to
be enved oven It every mental defect and fad-
dist nod nut In the republic ha to bo pluced
on the payroll of tho' government. Allow
"America' manhood" to go to demnltlnn both
Physically nnd mentally Well Ve hotild ay
not I There are too mnny long-haired men and
short-haired women out of Job and hungering
for new worlde to conquer to ever permit Uch
a cataatropho to overtake good old America.
Et rex trieual Mkewlao ad ntrn per Bpera!
An'd also ratal '
nut here again our train of oh.q.iK.nt thought
a diverted. Wo read a statement Uy tho med-
ical asaoolatlon of America to whlolv old "(Ion-
rul" Sawyer alirely belongs i0 he would not
have got himself elevated to the peerage
wherein the dogmatic claim li set forth that
humeri life ha boon prolong Hvoral year
through the direct Instrumentality 0t the dov-
otres of thl ancient and honorable cult.
A statoment whloh eem t0 muddle all that
w have previously permitted ourselves to nay.
tlecausa If American manhood "phyalcally
deficient t the given rathwo re now quot-
ing old. -Oanernl" Buwyer to the tune of Of H
per cent to SH per cent why In thn namo of
reason and common fi'e nro these physical
defective slicking around some ten yours longer
than of yoro7 Don't they know that logic re-
quire them In die?
And If two-third nf our folk are phyalonlly
deficient n tho nfnrmUd nmlnont nuthorltleit
Insist what accomplished the defloleney alooh'ol
Whloh finally bring u to our npothegm nnd
the leal pui-po" if theeVi more or loss aorlous
more or lee fncellou iinltnHilveralon I)n you
suppose thin country hi over going to amount
lint about the statement that tho American
people nro "mentally deficient" 1( look like
thn ''general" wait on Ilia target there!
THI8 KCIIAI'I'INO THISATV
It I not altogether facetlnu to call the
product uf thn Washington conference tho
xcrnpiilng treaty bnonuso It doe provide for
oonnlderablo sornpplng nt naval nrmaniont here
and there over tho world In addition to thn fact
that rnnslderable eornpplng vn done while the
neeommndntlon wn being reached.
The ngremnont between the naval powern of
tho world fall short of the fon'deat hopes of
many l true. That It goes quite as far n
could havo been expected In view of tho prac-
tical consideration whloh ;nust always be ex-
pected to exor$ tho major Influence In such
mnttern. Is llkowlso true Thnt a very substan-
tial step hn been taken toward a mora sym-
pathetic understanding between those nation
and In the direction of u longer period of pence
eem Justified by thn event. '
It will not escape tho careful reader that the
term of thn agreement are alert with the Jenl-
ottslen of sovereignly on the approach to every
commitment Implied or specific! that after
every mich commitment there I carefully pro-
vided a door thVough which distressed sov-
ereignty may find egr If necessity so order.
Ily distressed novrrelguty wo refer to the pub.
Ha temper whloh In thn final analysis Influences
all government In their affiliations with nnd
relation to other governments Huch for In-
stance a 1 now being demonstrated by tho
I'renoh people The national spirit of Krniteo
I not In nccord with tho actions of French rep-
resentatives In the foreign office and at the va-
rious International conferences constantly tak-
ing jilnce. These representative move a fast
a conflicting mind they grnppln with permit
thorn possibly a fast nnd a far a their better
Judgment toll them Franco la entitled to' go
Hut they neither go far enough nor travel fan
enough for French puljllo opinion ntid the gov-
ernment form and fall one after the other.
1'robably only th'o American people of nil
thoso roproBontod In tho Washington conference
wero prepared tu go to the very limit In the
mutter ot naval disarmament. It appears true
that plibllu opinion hero would have willingly
supported it proposal from any quarter to scrap
every vestige of nnvnl nrmnmunt on the oceans
nt the world contending for nothing mora than
thnt other nation Jutn In stiuh a declnton. Hut
no other people would have gone thnt far.
Whether any other might havo with equul se-
curity I not nt nil th'e point.
Inavltnbly tho product of tho tWnahlugtun
confcrenr.e la far from satisfactory to those who
expected th most it probably I truothat It
1 not entirely satisfactory to nny who partici-
pated In It. That I usually the case where men
of conflicting vlM. ambjtlcus and vn charac-
teristic attempt an accommodation on any
subjoin. Onco ugalu th'o nation have met to
perfectly cast the future of lunnkltid they have
conferred considered agreed and adjourned.
And tho millennium I not yet.
Hut If a bettor temper hn been created. If
thn great world public ha beetl reasiured. If
suspicion Imn boon nt nil nltayed thnn some-
thing Im boon accomplished whloh In part nt
least must repay th'o effort and thn expono.
Hut no man will read the trenty without reallx'-
Ing how firmly the delegate weri? convinced nt
all lime that armed conflict between nntlon 1
Inevitable 'and that It I thd admitted duty of
every national representatlvn tn first of nil
guard hi people against tho mirprlnn of such
run KtJ.Kiiirx iMinovi:i.
Students nt the Ada normal appear to have
ndopted the general plan ot the Ku-Klux Kfap
for th'e purpose of stamping out dishonorable
practice In tho school. Hut tho detailed for-
mula of tho organisation show n marked Im-
provement on the original klan practices.
Th school organisation follow the parent
organisation so fur ut sot-rocy. miflka nnd mn)i
formation nre concerned bin Instead ot apply
lug the ush or tar and feathers tho mob gath-
er ubout the offending brother admonishes
him concerning tho dishonor intending thn
thing ho doe then kneels In prayer that h
may bo better and duly penitent.
Of course the school organlintlon. Is wrong
In principle precisely ne the klan Is WTong In.
principle. It 1 rogrettablo Indeed thnt a stu-
dent body should permit themselves tovembraco
evon temporarily uoh Idea. Thot mob spirit a
well a the cowardly suggestion "which attond
ecreey hould both bo nhhorent to young men
and young women preparing thomselve for the
sterner requirement of life.
Nevertheless wo think the tudonta have
selected tho better method to obtain lasting ro-
sulta. If tho original klan should practice ad-
manlshmrut and endeavor sincerely to obtain
penllenen through ualon and prayer wo havo
an Ide that a leaven would be set afoot .which
might hn expected to eventually Improve con-
ditions In general.
Force oxoeptlng In the hands ot legltlmato
authorities can carcely he expected to acoam.
pllah more than a temporary relief and force
even In the tinnd of legitimate nuthorlty mui
be uted very charily If'tho affection of tho sub-
Ject la to he long commanded.
"' - !!
Now that the genlogltt havo weighed men-
ured and accurately charted the location of all
petroleum deposits. It h up tq tho agricultural
"authorities" to fix the llmo when tho earth
! will no longer produce a pound of food. Whllo
j nctlng thu fool let all of ua act It together.
nr O'xifl loiiton.
Thought for today: My lax statement In
other words the amount if duty 1 owe to my
Prnlrln eahooner havo also been practically
eliminated becauso they Wore considered a men-
ace to prohibition.
It nppear that Oklahoma City will have to
Invent a new "Jimmy" to pry tho soldier' hos-
pital loose from MUskOgeo
We have always noticed that Just before a
oily elnctlon Tale 1 1 rail y gets busy with his
eruptlonlsts and want In ham-string someone.
A Tulmt lady eti) that when elm saw her
shadow while taking a morning walk yesterday
she decided to wear the long ones a little longer
Thn hlrlh ot so many girl In ono social circle
In Tulsa ha somewhnt disarranged thn plan
of thn mother for a closer relationship In the
The last edition of thn Drumrlght I'oat nnd
wn have no Intention of being personal looks
like It hnd hd tho samo lur nnd feather experi-
ence ot II editor.
As we understand most of tho criticism from
some prohibitionist Is thnt th'oy object to any-
body but themselves taking a drink and they
reserve for themselves tho privilege ot keep-
ing their own cellnrn tilled.
Hnmehow nr other we hnvn a nonpartisan
hunch that H. H. Howard I saying nomothlng
thin morning which' will make the other demo-
cratic candidates for govornor alt nnd take
counsel with the machinery bohlnd them.
Ossgo 3S80 sends In thl contribution: He
spoke to mo In softet tone and loaning low
rthovo my chair he slipped hi nrm around my
neck I was too desporatn to care. I folt his
gain upon my mouth nnd well hear the
shocking truth- I tightly closed my eyes pre-
pared for him to pull my aching tooth'
When thl ctllyum nsked the girl on South
Main for ndvlco its to the color of tho rug we
ought to have she very promptly came back
with the suggestion that gioen would como
nearer harmonising with the yollow streak she
find In thto department thnn any other nnd
green It Is.
Touchstones of Succdss
NO KXCUIJiKVCl: WITHOUT IiAIlOIt AN!)
Uy CHAHLiKS MTKENH HUSTON
I have fought to follow thu Sorlpture Injunc-
tion "Heok yo first tho Kingdom of Ood nnd
His rlghteouanesa and alt those thing shall be
added unto yuu" (Matt OiSS) and "Except a
map. bo born again ho cannot seo tho Kingdom
of Ood" (John J:3) nnd that without Christ
In to life nothing ot rent value cart be accom-
I hnvo nn ever Increasing conviction that the
old adage "No great excellence without great
labor" still holds good especially when com-
hlned with n'cureful nnd Intelligent Mudy of
conditions and circumstances which will enable
a glvon amount of labor to accomplish' the
maximum of result and that tho old condition
whlchmh man brought upon himself a an-
nounced to Adam In Genesis 3:19 ha never
beep withdrawn vl. "In tho weat of thy face
slialt thou out bread."
"A crooked path 1 always longer than a
straight one." Kaufman
Barometer of Public Opinion
Editor Worlds May I bog apace In your 'col-
umns for a few remarks nnout tho licensed sale
ot Intoxicants und prohibition enforcement. It
s contended by omo misguided human that
prohibition 1 n failure and that condition are
morn demornllxtng and corrupt both morally
physically and financially than when we had
thu legalised saloon flourishing on the best
business corner ot our .town and cttlen
throughout tho land also thnt tho cost ot en-
forcement doe not Justify the continuance
N owN tie Intention of taw and all law-making
bodies I for thn betterment ot living condition
of the human raco mentally morally physical
ly and financially so long as thn financial fea-
ture do not balance detrimentally against the
other and more vital features under considera-
tion. Then admitted that enforcement consid-
ered from the angle of effectiveness 1 not per-
fect such being Iho case Is It proper to annul
tho law nnd grant high llconao to a few Indi-
vidual fbr tho purpfso of dispensing to '.he
public the very essence ot boll damnation de-
struction and misery If ho let us consldorr-lat
ua consider the law against murder home
cattle nnd automobile stealing forgery and also
the law protecting our wives and daughter
from the usrault by any licentious villain who
may be so disposed Wo must admit that so far
n being perfect the enforcement Is nn utter
falluro murder are very often committed
thlevorr of every doaurlntlon flourishes every-
wh'rro and governments tioth local and na
tional are spending millions or dollars In track-
ing down and prosecuting law nffendorsi
Now In conslstonce with urgumnnt oppos-
ing prohibition nnd enforcement would It not
bo practical to annul nil laws against the afore-
mentioned offenrtog Including the liquor traf-
fic and then Issuo llconao. Llcousa to a favored
few In order that they may pursue their favor-
ite vocation and then we can apend our good
money to employ officials nrotectlnr against In-
frlngement In any form whatsoever those
homing the license to operate their chosen vo-
cation. It saloons aro proper nnd desirable wo should
hvo a fully tqulpped ono located on the near-
est comer to each public schoolhouse so that
young America may have the benefit of up-
lifting and enlightening Influence also wo would
Insist that It would be proper and convenient
to havo nn up-to-date saloon located adjoining
The World building In order thnt the employe
ot tbo Institution could run out quench their
burning thirst and stimulate their tired and
overworked brains. Why should nn employe ot a
banking house be censured should he Join In a
couvtval cup and show up at hi desk slightly
under the Influence Just a little bit dlxiy you
know and gracotully swaying from side to side?
Why aro all railway employes required to be
temperate? It la bocauae efficiency In required
I In tact wo nre living In a period and under con-
ditions that requlro efficiency of the highest
degree In every walk ot life and the demand
cannot bo met by anyone who even occasionally
addles hi brnln with alcoholic stimulants. Our
children nro being taught In public school and
all Institution of learning that alcohol ha a
detrimental effect on tho brain and human
bildy. Tho way children nro taught la the way
thy will ultimately vote and thank Ood tho
daughter will vote along with the eons which
mean that tho saloon and all legalised salo of
Intoxicant are doomed for all tlrnn to come. A
few old soak still remain and clamor a the
old Indian did for more whls moro whls but
they will eventually pass nwy nn have the In-
stltutlons which they supported nnd which
created soaks rum soak.
Tulsa Jan. 19 C. W. CAimtEM
ONE THING CALLS FOR ANOTHER
(Ootrrrlfhli 10t3 1 Jlf Thn Chirac Tribune.)
No Danger of Third Party in State Race
Mayor Walton of Oklahoma City Announces He Will Support Choice of Farmer-
Labor Party But He Is Sadly Mistaken if He Thinks Himself Bigger Than
Democratic Organization Political Pot Is Boiling Right Merrily.
"Th stars lectins but
Cpt. HH by McClurs K.sir.p'
Hiniilny I'chrtiarr to
nato day according
Uranus Venus theV" ffiW
"i maioiio nape (
iiost numan activities are susu
tO ntlvnt-Nn ruin n n .1 .. " SUDi
there la cause to uior Tk.;M41
Sunday limits dang(J0htbc.V'
wise would menace. 1 "
Uranu Is In n place sunnn.-;
affect tho ressnnln.. ;.-l.l.rpo"Ib
Ing ntUJudgments disc m eet
dlecouragemcnt. u"cjment M
Women nro likely to bo ettr....
sensitive to the sinister sway i5f!
may cause Irritability
Thero Is a menacing sign tn .
meat If! hurmnnv ..-'- 4w
Although Bundny 1 populs. .
vlaltlni? ilftv n -.7. "'li
avoid association with r .vc.r
friends upon whom they etti
make n s-oort im.....i ' l""ti
i C.r.t!?sm1 InoJe easily Indulru
ii sun uiin coniigurnt n nrt..
than at other t me. t.- . .J'."M'
son It will be welt to cult.vat. ?Z
"n. charitable nnd op
mood today. "ima
Mnrs continue In an aspect 'bt
bode 111 for thn .i. .. .'.VL
ment Jrenm nnd Is read as foreeS
Mar Is In an aspect In th m
tlvlty ot the king of KnVuSJ thli
OKUiMIOMA OITV Fob. 4. Tho
political clock hn moved faster dur
ing the current week thnn for muny
whloh havo gone before. For one
leasnn n real factor ha seemingly
moved out ot tho gubernatorial con-
test i Two publications tho Okla-
homa C.ty Leader and Harlow's
Weekly have credited tho mayor of
Oklahoma City with stating that he
Will support the nomlnco of tho
farmcr.lubor party. That ot course
probably means that ho expects
such party to nnmo a democrat but
no person affiliated with tho demo.
emtio or lepubllcan pnrty can bcl
too lovely with some sideline una
thore nro but two elements of
thought In these United Htates.
It Mayor Walton whose strength
Is not overlooked by Tho World cor-
respondent has arrived at tho con-
clusion that ho I bigger than tho
democratic party and any other than
tho republican party I going Jo hat
will) tho party of Jefferson ho I
In and error In these Unltod Htates
thero are two division of thought
namo tltm what you will. Unn
bollavc In -the teachings of Alex-
ander Hamilton: tho other ln .the
teaching qt Jefferson.
Oklahoma In not going to hnvo
any sideline fellow thl year. Wo
are undergoing serious tune ami i
men ami women may nnso ana
reach altitude In either tho repub-
lican or democratlo party but we
are not going to havo three ot four
partisan organizations. Oklahoma
once had f.6000 people who claimed
to bg socialists but they were not
Home ot them went back to tho
republicans and noma went back to
tho damocrnts where they belonged
In first place they were Just uro
at their respective party leader nnd
never fully understood what othor
party they had tried to affiliate
that tho majority ot Okbihcynans
aro calling for today Is the very
thing that would bo most detriment-
al getting omo man In office with-
out experience. The statement can
be printed for the reason that all
ot thu democratic candidates aro
men of experience and that thero aro
no avowed republican candidates
If so they nro men nt governmental
experience and tho statement will
not ho to their discredit.
Governmental affair are .not
really political. It Is ifnie thnt thu
chief officer appoint men of hi
own political party It Is u custom.
IVrhup It 1 the best policy for
tho reason thnt grout strong men
can be found (n any pnrty. Hut tho
ordinary affair ot government con-
cern us it cltixann nut as partisans.
Thero has been great Industrial
disorder In Oklahoma City the cap-
ital of the state tho pant year. No
leader has arisen to show all of thu
poopla how to go The World cor-
respondent does not pretend to
know. All of us fully comprehend
thnt tlieao disorders should not
Men and women who do not com-
prehend tho use of society will
bring theso disorder Into tho next
campaign. It will take thn strong-
est among us democrats nnd ro-
publUaun to uvercoma those
In reaching over In Iho ubnvo
tlvo paragraphs Tho World corres-
pondent has exceeded himself but
ho I so concerned thnt he believe
organized society should stund In
Itcpubllcaim Itcmalli I'ulquc.
Itepubllcan State Chairman Alex
ander remnlnR a very unique leader.
Ho never talk. That he 1 doing
things as stato chairman no one
denies. Hut ho given out no Inter-
view. He never tell what Is In-
tended to be done. In fact Alex-
ander Is the most splendid example
ot courtosy and silence tho ntnto
has produced. Very certainly no
ono Is over going to charge him
with nvcrtalklng himself
Thero mny be a lot ot people who
know tthi plana of Alexander but
If so they have not disclosed them
Very naturally tho republicans nre
! r.Ann..-n..l ......... ' n ....... f 1 .
vuuvvtiivii uuuuk 7i;iiHiui u It juir
reld who for six yearn will he the
titular head of the pnrty. Ho has
boon 111 and so far as tlV records
go worked with his party.
In tho oil game Senator Harrcld
worked as nn Oklahoman not as
n partisan lit that ho neither won
nor lost cast for In the final anal-
ysis wo nru all Oklahomans 'striv-
ing for tho common good
Therefore Oklahomans ought to
be looking forward politically. We
havo much to think of. Tho mere
fact that a candidate claims to be
a "good democrat" or u "good re-
publican" should not make him
stronger with cither organization.
Tho munsvyho Is not a good cltlzon
has no right to nny other claim.
Writer havo designated "Vollow
Dog" democrats and "Vanltco He-
publicans." Thero should bo nono
of that talk nowadays. People
ought to bo Just evon-tompered
Amertcafis looking thn future In tho
faco and having hopo and aspiration
for the republio In which they live.
presage continued trouble with
British labor party.
Mnny disputes In congress m
foretold by tho seers who r.ojfndRt
cato trouble among repreaemitiVi
Df Ilia a n vn o -?.. "M
Hospitals and charitable inatlti-
hclnnd In thn nnvt a... Hi
Itusala Is subject to a sway thu!
uv.. iu iiiuiinso n more peaceful
and moro settled state of affairs.
Pnmnni whnun t.lil..l.i. ..
hnvo rather a strenuous year. Thn
f.A.1.1 ..n A I . - '
...m.u nua.u uKuinsi lltlgOIIOS
loung women should bo esneeiniT
discreet. 1 i '
Children born on this day ju
bB rnah and rnther proud but ti
OtlttH Tin..- ...... 111.... . . .
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cllned to indulgo In much lovenul.sl
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EVERYTHING IS IRISH
Cell From All Oicr World WlO
..mini- in i-nris-ior .iteuini ot
Interest In Itniv-
PARIS. Kcb. E. Promoters nf tv. I
world congress 0f the Irish race tsl
be hold It) pari for one week. t I
ginning January 31. say it will bo G
groatost gathering of the Irish net I
slnco King Brian's historic assembly I
In 1014. !
The various methods by which tfci
25.000000 persons of Irish blood
throughout tho world can assist li
tho economic reconstruction of In-
land made neccssarv bv the vnri
of conflict will bo among tho chief I
problems before the conference. Thl I
revival of Irish nrt language anil
literature also will bo considered.
Ono of the largo halls In tho cen
ter of Paris ha been obtnlned for
tho session and nn exhibition ol
Irish nrt will be hold In another
hall near tho headquarters. Thl
best known Irish artists aro sendlni
picturos for tho exhibition.
Concurrently with tho conp-M
will bo a representation of Irlib
i drama In French In ono of the Pa
risian theaters and a concert ol
Irish mtislc by ono nf the beil
Known orencstra In Europo.
Many descendents ot Irish exllet
of the 17th century who played his-
toric roles In Franco and othet
countries havo responded to the In-
vitation of tho general secretary
Miss Kathcrlno Hughes who will bi
Five South American countrln
have already Indicated a desire (o
send delegations. These arc Brazil
Argentina Chile Bolivia end Tern.
wlille delegations Jrom New Zealand
Tasmania una oilier remote coun
tries are already on their way
UTILITY OF CORNCOB
Burbank Compares Plants WithLife
The really very Interesting thing
ot tho current week Is what ha do-
velopud about tho stato treasur-
ershlp Irving Puge of Ulalne coun-
ty has not only announced as a
candldato tor tho republican nomi-
nation but carries tho Indorse-
ment nf about all tho demo-
crat ot his homo county. Ho Is
really a sizable man serving his
second term a county treasurer;
being tho head ot a local building
and loah association nnd also a
member of a city school board H
Is U novelty for a republican to an-
nounce tor a minor state office and
still mora so tor a lot ot democrats
to Indoree that republican.
It may spell something different
In Oklahoma politics and- wo will
all admit that we ciui havo better
politics than wo' have had for tho
past several day.
Hill to make tho same subject
moro Interesting Representative
Mark I.outhan uf Orady county
ha made himself a figure. Ho is n
candidate for treasurer on the demo
rratlo ticket and appears to have
chased off and taken care of hint-
self without consulting anybody but
himself. Ordinarily state treasur-
era are named nt nn Oklahoma City
hotel. No ono ever did soem to
know Just why this waa dune but
It grew to be.ti custom nnd the
fact that I.outhan hn gone to the
"stick" for a ncl.lnatlon has sort
of upset tho peopie who .thought It
should be done tho other way.
It Is rather Interesting to think
thnt two men on a democrat
and the other a republican camo
tn und took the Interest away from
nn even dozen real and would-be
candidates for governor all tho
moro so because at this time almost
everyone Is going about asking
"Who Is going to bo govornor!" '
Ut I's Do Plain.
Almost every citizen of tho state
Is Interested In good government.
Those who hnvo studied the theory
of government understand that par-
tisan politics can only bring good
government about because ot a ma-
jority control of such partlsanlsm.
A a matter ot fact the very thine
SANTA MONICA CO. Luther
Uurbank famed plant wizard I
willing tn admit thnt patience and
persistence aro two of tho prlino
requisites for success in hi chosen
How he selects very carefully tho
Client plants for grafting purposes und
how few of tho many ho receives
from nil parts of tho world lire really
wotth anything In an experimental
I way was told by Burbank himself.
"Front nearly every foreign land
I havo specimens of various plains
grasses and- tree sent me" ho said
when found working In one of the
gardens at hi three-acro rnnch here
"From tho specimen sent me I
carefully go over them taking the
best to work with. It Is surprising
to noto that out of possibly flvo hun-
dred speclntenH I can uso but opo
and sometime none."
Hero tho famed man compared
his selection of the best plants to
"After nil life Itself Is but a mat-
ter of selection" he said. "We pick
for ourselves what we think would
be most beneficial to us. In select-
ing plant far uso In my experiments
I try to chooso thoso whloh would
be the most beneficial to mankind"
According to Hurbank his boat se-
lections como from semi-tropical
countries such a Central and Routh
America. From one particular sec-
tion In Paraguay he said ho re-
ceived aomo especially fine elec-
tions which had never been botan-
ized. From thl miction ot the; coun-
try tho population ratio at one time
wan ono woman to every three men"
Hjieaks of tho llnocs.
"Wll the black or yellow race
ever predominate over tho white
race!" the horticulturist waa asked
"Hardly" ho said; "because I do
not believe the stamina ot thoso
race which have not reached tho
highest degree of civilisation can
stand the scientific Inventions ot
(ho white race. Still there remains
tho possibility that the white race
might bo nwnmpt'd In tlmo."
To qualify that last statement Mr.
Uurbjink cited tho fact that In the
semlsavagu race tho weak -lire
weeded out by cold und Illness but
that In the caso of hlghly-clvillzed
peoplo such weakling are petted
through life. "Ily our Insano asy-
lums und medical science In pre-
serving the weak we are enabling
thorn to barely exist nnd reproduce
themselves" ho said
"Htlll" ho continued "with tho
present day scientific Inventions
civilized peoplo are long lived be-
cause they mako tho force of nn-
turo labor for them and henco will
survive In tho end. 1 bollevo. Tho
light for supremacy In the civilized
laces has boon transferred frpm the
physical to tho mental. No call I
sent out now for brute labor but for
person who can lead."
As n tribute to their famed towns-
man the citizens of Santa Rosa havo
acquired location here and a me-
morial garden to Hurbank will be
laid out. Luther Hurbank has prom-
ised to donate some of tho promi-
nent creations as his tribute to that
hown by hl. follow citizens. The
garden will be open to the public
and bo ono of the most unlquo In tho
SURE WEATHER PROPHETS
HAN HErtNAOINO Col. Fob.
Tarantulas are certain weather
prophots when It comes to predict-
ing heavy rainstorm according to
the conviction ot Hugh Harrison
of Hemet near here
Harrison said that during several
year of observation nnd study ot
the creatures ho had always no-
ticed that prior to periods of heavy
rain they made speed tor higher ele-
vation. He said he believed tho
tarantula was gifted with an In-
stinct enabling It to dlagnoso
weather conditions soveral houru in
Ten cows Is the prlco df a wife In
l)loxcrcl In Ut Itlch In ProdifU
Vnluiiblo In Preparation of Dues
nnd In Leather.
RACINE Wis.. Feb 5. The com
mon corncob which heretofore hi
been a waste product on the farm
may come to be considered a vlu
able nrtlcle of commcrco na a result
of t-xpcrlments Just conducted W
Professors E. II. Fred and W. It
Peterson of University of Wiscon-
sin nnd reported to tho Wlsconiln
Agriculturist. Corncob t was un
covered aro rich In acetic and lactlo
acids both of which are used ex-
tensively In tho Industries.
When tho corcobs nre psirtlaltr '
water soaked and Inoculated with
the bacteria lactnbaclllua pentose;
tlous equal quantities of ncetlo and
lactic acid are produced. If tha
yield on a commercial scale r
equal to tho laboratory reaulti.
every ton of corncobs will yl'ijj
moro than 300 pounds of acetic ana
320 pounds of lactic ncld
Thero aro produced In the l'nl'J
States alono more than 20 onn.M
tons of corncobs yearly. A am'11
amount of theso are used for pip"
or In feed but tho great bulk uw
ally Is discarded.
Acetic acid Is used largely In tn
dyo Industry and lactic ncld is ex-
tenalvoly used In the leather indus-
try. Both ntso used In many techni-
cal operations In various other '
eral Hay announces the appoint-
ment ot the following postmnc'"J "J
Oklahoma: Aycsworth M-nn
county Herbert J. Pool vice
Bcnrbroughrcslgnedj Ilruno oJ
county. Thomas W. Harrlso
John E Ashworlh. resigned Hjaa'J
Mountain. Kiowa county. i.u'n
York vice Columbu M. Eva't r
signed: Shay Marshall cojniT.
Charle H. Eldrldge. vice Jesse J
Newton resigned! Sobol. I'ushm
taha county. Lester C. Merrla t
C. O. Lawless resigned; Hciwni.
Pushmataha county. Arthur '
Illackwell. vtco A. J. Fullen re
slgnedj Kosoma Pushmataha
ty Orn B. Cochran vlco J C M"';J
resigned: Panama Le Flore coun"
Myrtle Whl'eaker. vice H. M.
ley. resigned. Postofflce nP'
tor have been directed to make i.
voatlgatlona with n view to tho sp
polntment of postmasters at 4
following plaoesi Carpenter iou
and Kanlma A postofflce at n
Xrom Logan has been cstablisha.
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