The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 37 of 50
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5 1922
Diplomatic Shake-Up .
Promised at Capital
In Wake of Arm Parley
WASIIINOTON A sovere shake-
i waehliiRton's diplomatic corps
1 r'f' ....nt rnnfereiice.
. "." " : . inhlo stateElsts arc
' i. iliolr surmises nml
seldom are nonio 01 tin niu-t
..miliar flares ln xno mriiini " 1Dr!
'til ?nlnnv uro duo to bo rellevoi!
''Kn ihV armament conference fln-
mitts away They will cither
S.tf.l?IKncd o othr posts put on
i rtuiy or retired. It la not lm.
ha om of thorn will bo
'Tt thfM- on March X to sottln
01d rol.Ionis which 1'iirls
iVMh nB-on failed; lo.wltlc.
.ii n.tvoya of tho so-cnlled
.Mr four ll at
jtilf and Jai an
Women Who Refuse to Wed Called Menace to the Race
-nn1 nuo lor cany
: i lam iii.-.r American assign
rctdlni? to cxiiectntlons
:. . ..tail in uiiiioiimuu uuarior
tn- . - t t.i..-rMiitii1. Ihrt fimlinsstt-
i f -m 1- rilll' l'i Mil" ira .
.:LM iVfin. c. who In dean
lorlT V i.n witlrtwl. nrrnnllnrr rt
i.I.Oia r.vcr slnco tho wnr ended
M Juwerand lm boon tho target of
immtrt Komi) of I II
French prestige In
In his own
lild Hi blatnp nt his door for
hi loi of Trench prcsllso in
V' .T 11.. U nl-o hlnlned for fall.
uro to put tint Krenoh position In
the arniai.init cotiferenco "In ft
l"tter lid.t ' Ho la advanced In
yt". aid there 11s demand fcr
KWttr J'!?fi.-.i i. r i ii win
lfivo' the Hpanlsh ambassador
Benor do Itlano us tho doan of tho
Yblnttoti rorp. And It aiiylhini?
ihould happen to him WarlilnKtoii
would lo In a terrlblo predicament
for that would leavo tho deanshlp
ullh M. Haklimelcff tho Itusslnn
mtwiMdor. who' hasn't hnd n kov-
rnaifnt to represent for more than
tiuJr yrnrx now. but who still Is tho
'anMdltcd ltussian envoy In splto of
Reports recently were printed In
London that Sir Auckland Oeddcs
I the JlrlllMl ninuupiuuui- iu uu
withdrawn but these were subso-
gtntly dtnled. Tho Impression pre-
... ; ... m- I ...t.u.l...
1 TIIII llOWt'Yt'r lllttt ml iiutnmiiu n
inure of t tin Amerlrnn office Is soon
to expire. He has made a notable
record In Washington according to
diplomatic observers nnd It was dim
In no small measure to his efforts
that Orent llrltaln emerged from the
armament conference without hav-
ing met dofeat In a slnirin Issue.
Tho llrltlsh nmbassador Is moro
"American" than nny of his prede
cessor! in inn picturesque old Hrlt-
isn embassy nerc. no Has a direct
speech almost blunt sometimes nnd I
has lit t lo of tho characteristic Ilrlt-
Ish u ceo tit. As a matter of fact he
Is n Canadian which mny aVcount I
for most of It. Ills rritlcs ln flreat
llrltaln find fault with him berause
ho does not liavo tho worshipful re-
Rtird for family trees that many
English dlplomnta possess.
Ylttorl Ilolandl ltlccl tho Italian
ambassador. Is reported scheduled
for an early departure from Wash-
ington. M ltlccl Is understood to bo
anxious for relief. 11a Is said by his
frlonds tn want to dovota his tlino to
tho betterment of Italy's economic
Kljuro Rhldeharu tho Japanese
nmbassador who hns had n great
number of controversial problems to
scltlo with tho American Ktato de-
partnicut. will In nil probability re-
turn to Toklo soon after th6 ron-
ferenco ends. Hhldehnru Is under-
stood to be "In bad" with tho pow-
ers In Toklo and thcro linn been
much criticism hi his own country of
his work In tho arms conference.
It 'Is rucnlled that at ono Critical
Juncture of tho conference pro-
ceedings Ambassador Bhldchara be-
en mo acutely 111 nnd did not par-
ticipate In tho uffalra of thn confer-
ence for some time. It was facetious-
ly suggested by soma Irreverent ob-
servers nt tho time that the Japan-
ese ambassador was suffering from
"congestion of the cables."
In nny ovent It was nn open so-
crot thnt thcro were strong differ-
ences of opinion within tho Japan-
ese delegation with Hhldchara and
Prlncn Tokugawn on the one hand
nnd tho military nnd naval figures
headed by Admiral Ilnron Knto on
tho other. At ono time Kato was
conducting all of Japan's negotia-
tions almost slnglehanded.
Hy MAHOKHY UKX.
Wrltt-n far InUrntlon.l Nw bVrrtre
NHW VOHK Women nro respon-
sible for one of the greatest menaces
that threaten our country today
It Is not tho Ignorant untralnod
stupid woman who cai be hlamod
for the danger that hovers near Nor
the woman of thn backwoods. In
mountain hoel In benighted out of
the-wny village or the poor creature
who stifles In crowded city tene-
ment. Tho fault lies elsewhere
Tho superior woman Is to bl.ime
Hha too often remains single wil-
fully a celibate.
Hho will not bo wife to nny but
him who conforms to her own lm
possibly high Ideals of what a per-
fect male should bo.
And (hero Is no such perfect crea-
turo to ba found In this faulty world
Ho tdio will not wed.
Ho llacw Suffer.
Therefore our superior woman
cannot be a mothor. She cannot
transfer her fcest characteristics to
Tho race suffers for lack of tho
children sho might havo had.
True sho often leaves n legacy of
achievement In art science litera
ture or In servlco to humanity nt
large but along with this she might
leave as well several children In
ltoswcll H. Johnson of thi fncnlty
British Claim Honors
of Making First Move
for World Naval Cut
can't do that mate with thu best
Don't Walt I'nr the Idml.
"In other words lon't wait all
your llfo for a prlnco charming of
an Ideal woman. If they do not ap-
pear remembers that John Smith or
Mary Jones wilt make you a good
husband or wife nnd that through
your children you will have done
your duty to tho race and Its futuro."
Tho collogo Instructor omphastiod
"Superior women especially are
likely to remain wilfully cellbnto
bec&uso thoy look for too much for
more than they can have.
"And wilful celibacy Is ono of the
most serious menaces we havo to
Quocnn ltefuso to Wed.
In past ngefl great women have re-
rnnin.ri .ln"-1 Kllzabcth of Knifland
wilt bo remembered as tho Virgin
Queen Cathrlno of Itussla would
not wed. Horn Ilonhcur shunned
men but left tho world works of art
of great value riorencn Nightingale
became an angel of mercy to many
but did not choose to establish fum-
II" ties of her own.
America haa notablo Instances of
great spinsters. Susan II. Anthony
and Francis Wllllard were prominent
. V""' ojnf
Pershing Gives War
Trophies to College
LINCOLN. Neb.-I'lUvcrslty nf
Nebraska. Is the. rei Iplent of what Is
Sfllil to be the hsst liillectlotl of
I'hlllpplno war Implements ever
brought to I his country. It Is tho
gift of (leu. John J. Pershing and
contains s rrul weapons and colts
of mail that dale buck beyond the
A collection of Philippine bird-
skins also presented to tho uni-
versity by (leiiiTHl I'ershlng has
hern mounted and placed In the
In tho past and In thin present day
thcro Is Anne Morgan cultlvnted
woman of the world and nhllanthro-
i in" i niversuy in I'liisuurgn in a ll-"l.
recent address advised his audience j None hut rnoh ono of theso women
.Mate with the best but If you will over know Just why hn didn't
marry. Hut scientists nil ngrco that
women of ability and worth ought to
marry and becomn mothers
Modern I.lfo Is Itlamril
Modem life with Its apuitmont
dwelling luxuries and rush of busi-
ness and professional life has been
blamed by Dr. 1). A. Sargent of Har-
vard university. He scores women
who are not "tho marrying kind."
"The nil u of any nation starts
when its bettor-clans women ceoso
to becomo mother!" hn nays. "It fol-
lown that superior racfa do not havo
as many chlldron us tho Inferior
ones destroying It would seam tho
doctrine of tho survival of tho fit-
test. Today that Is so but It Is be-
cause the question Is not ono of tho
fittest surviving but the fitting of as
many as possible to survive."
To glvo tho superior woman a
chnncn to defend herself Is only fair
and wo cannot choose u better
spokesman for her can so than I.es-
bin one of the principal characters
In Bernard HIhiw'h celebrated com-
edy "(letting Married." Iesbla nts-ter-ln-lnw
of tho bishop saya:'
Urgulnr Old .Maid.
"I'm a regular old maid. I'm very
particular about my belongings. I
like to have my own houso and havo
It to mysolf. I have a very keen
renso of beauty nnd fitness and
cleanliness nnd order. I am proud of
my independence mid Jealous for It.
I havo a sufficiently well stocked
mind to ba very good company for
mynelf If I havo plenty of books nnd
music. The one thing I never could
stand Is n great lout of a man smok-
ing all over my houso nnd going to
sleep In his armchair after dlnieir
and untldylng everything. Ugh!"
Tho bishop Is made by hi author
Mr Khaw to reply to a iiuejitlon con-
cerning whether or not it Is u mis-
take tn get married:
"It Is my dear but Its n much
bigger mistake not to get married."
"To Marry Is Hen."
Moro recently W. I (leorge well
known Kngllsh writer declared thnt
to marry Is best."
"Otherwllse" hn warned "Irregu-
larity of llfo will become n problem
to a woman If she la attractive. And
the woman who remains single Is al-
ways too Interested In men. Hho
should marry and get over it. Celib-
acy Is had for tho complexion."
Women who fear that should they
marry n man of ordinary caliber
their children will bo Inferior should
take benrt from tho words of Have-
lock Kills femlnuit nnd student of
social problems who praises tho
common man's virtues as parent.
"Fathers who aro themselves of
nn notable Intellectual distinction
havo n decidedly more prolonged
power of procreating distinguished
children than Is possessed by dls-
lipgulshed fathers nays Kills.
Hillier" of Cciiliis.
"Vaenlng (derman scientist) notes
that tho moxt eminent goillusus
havo most frequently boon the nnns
of fathers who were not engaged In
Intellectual nvocatloln at nil hill
earned thulr living as craftsman."
Soma there may ho utnong the su-
perior slnglo women who fear that
because they did not marry In tho
first glow of youth they would not
inalio good wives and mothers In
their more mature yeurs. To thom
Havelock Kills must bring a special
moiinnga In theso wise words of his.
"An elderly mothor Is more likely
tn produce a child genius thaii u
very youthful mother"
It would novel' create a ano bal-
nnca ln nature. If nil the stupid pen-
plo married each other nnd wise men
chose only sunorlntellectunl women.
Ijirl) 1 In til n Hoarse.
1-t.VtM A Oliliw llAanlte llln near-
j r.ero weather V. Ii. Ketrlch Insists
mill ine iiariinigers iil spiiug nave
already arrived. He reports seeing
n robin mid several Iduejays near
'Tli- robin was perehed on n tree
a few feel from me." Mild Detrlili
The hlid tiled to slug but evidently
had n cold for the noise was lioanio-
llke nnd uiiniiturul."
Hen Ui)N "Oslrlrh" iX'K.
OI.KAN. N. V. Newell II litis-
mer of HannlRiiit Hollow claims lo
havo tho largest egg liver produced
In this section of thn Male Tim egf
measures eight Inches tho long wnv
nnd six the other way. It weighs
four ounces. It was laid by a lthudo
Inland Hod hen weighing six
What Would Ho Mir lu".'
"Do you think I shall live until
I'm 00. doctor?"
"How old am ou now?"
"Do you drink giimbls smoke nr
havo you nny vices of any kind?"
"No I don't drink I nover
ramble I loathe smoking In fact I
haven't nny vices"
"Wll good heavens what do you
want to live another 80 years for?"
Japanese women usually begin
smoking when nbout 10 y nra dd
Ask Your Frlcntle They
Thousand of pooplo havo only
themselves lo btamo for corn agony
blood poison etc. Trimming ml
tOXDON'. That Britain took tho
Initiative toward a naval holiday
indthat she waa acting (inlftly but
t.sil effectively ln cutting her navy
to the minimum consistent with
ufety long beforo the Washington
tonftrence was thought of Ii the
claim of Admiral Sir rteglnnld Hall
no was director of admiralty ln-
ttllljttnce during Ufa SvaC .
Brualn in hilvlaAv. cannot con-
ttir.p'.jte a wanes state for- the
wrid for somo tlmo to come If
mtt But he Is emphatic Jn do-
(Urfg Britain led the world along
tltfiith that leads to disarmament
'jo matter how horrlblo wo mako
Mr It does not necessarily fdllpw
ttitwe shall succcc'd In putting an
tl to It." Admiral Hall oddod.
Nothing I am afraid will stop war
or tho making of tho vicious en-
gines of war. Although tho last wnr
most certainly did much tn mako
all people oven civilians and women
and children at home rcallzo the
terrible capacity and tho still moro
awful possibilities of modern weap-
ons of destruction.
"Submnrlnos Willi' 12-Inch Omm."
"The" submarine Is a thoroughly
unscrupulous weapon. It is neces
sary that they should bo abolished.
Their development has advanced
amazingly. Thero Is now a subma-
rine with a 12-inch gun a terrlblo
thing nnd we aro not at tho end
of the possibilities of such vessels
"I think surfaco ships will win
H Millionaire Content to Be Poor
wUI to 'The World'. I
0RA.N0EFIKI.D Texas. With nn
Income of $2BO0 a day from hU
KK-dthth royalty of the production
Jltie 18000-barrcl oil well that was
jtOBsht In on his 50-acro farm dur-
Jpi the .Christmas holidays Oscar
Cottson Is contented to live in tho
tsmtle way that he always has. Just
Mw he epends a part of each day
pedlllcr mustard greens Upon the
itreeti of Orange six miles away
wwon and his wlfo llvo in a
Wfoom ihack almost within tho
Jjalow of the derrick of the well
tnt li pouring fortune Into their
W They do not scorn to realize
nt Within A veftr'lmv mnv brt well
towuj the mlllionalro class Sevoral
wliire now being drilled upon tho
ud II is believed by oil men
"M umort assured that production
W to the 15000-barrel well ba
VWllned In fanh nt Ih.m
Whin uked as to what' plans sho
r the future Mts. Chcsson
an unusually pretty young
-"uaaoniy so years old replied:
..J.40" know las 1 want anything
"ow B! tl'cro ls any oed of
Digger car. It Is big enough
lor oicJr an(1 j wnB born plam
"I I ttiesH ru die plain. This part
" the country Is getting to bo
'mtt uh oil. nnd I don't know
" wouia no best for Oscar and
iL uy Rnothef farm somewhere
-IV.. " eou'd put up a nlco houso
til . .(om'rtablo. nut I wouldn't
. t ".v" onV different from what
Tho hearts of Mr. and Mrs. Chcs
son aro much saddened by tho death
a few days ago of their Infant ion.
Chcsson came to thlu section 17
years ago and hewed a little truck
farm out of the wilderness. Ills wllo
Is tho daughter of a neighbor. Both
belong to pioneer itock. They aecm
to be absolutely unmoved by th
treat fortune that has come to them.
Each morning Chesson rises early
and goes Into his garden where ho
gathers onough mustard greens to
load his Ford car. Ho then rattles
Into town and disposes of his load
returning in tlmo for dinner. Tho
Humble Oil and Iteflnlng company
which owns tho woll that Is paying
a royalty of U'500 a day attends to
keeplnc or the accounts and an tnai
Chcsson has to do Is to Inquire from
time to time nt tho bank how much
Is his balance. So far ho has not
found need to draw on the account
that was opened to his credit.
One of tho things that most wor
ries Chesson Is the way people pester
him about making Investments of his
money. All kinds of propositions
have been put up to him during tho
last several days most of them by
men whom ho never saw or hwd
of beforo. Ho has so far refused to
consldor any of tho various schemes
that havo been suggested to him for
Increasing his wealth.
The location of Orangefleld M far
down In the southeast corner of
Toxai. It Is tho newest oil town ln
the state nnd consists at this tlmo
of a fow straggling ohacks of build
McCormack Versus Chewing Gum
tttZ f .l.the Joh MfCormack
2?oUt 5Juniy. ThcT principal
"'0 big men with gray
Und hti he.man and u9 Girl bo-
ib ?' Tll others who wi(-
"n'd'er'3. CmC1y wer' JnU"'
ttuw'tom." WU" SV1"B 118 Irlh
HUb kcf" co"Petltlon. Thoy
ttelSEi. ftnd leled and rattled
ef .npyrof!n with utter disregard
ib0;is5u'tlnns those who sat
tmed &a 11 " fce reddoned. Ho
Wr but ihKlad Bt " offending
Mod. two wero having n
they w.vl of ihci mental havoo
Uiein'f work""-' McCormaok
"And ?.?i tony the ""lo refrain
Th Wt V1J?V0 Utr 'T111 1 D'e"
t!ti 0f Program nnd a
luWtree;i'J00.mucn' Th8 'K
tH th.V'?""'1' Above tho ap-
w YoltJ iu n nearby heard
nttm. ca m earnest auppll-
JIMCIc both "V(n i1.0 you "n1
WorL'- 1 P11 money to
th!L' a stunned illenco.
k. 'U. of el th
King Cole No Merrier Than 'This Bird'
NEW YOMK Old King Colo mny
havo been a merry old soul but lio
was nover merrier or had n better
slant on tho humorous sldo of llfo
thnn has 70-year-old Francis W.
Ornnt tho Laird of Inverness Scot-
land who 'arrived hero for u short
The laird a bnchelor did not
want to leavo his chief Joy of llfo
bohlnd so ha brought him along
In tho person of William Macdonald
his personal piper. Both woro
aboard tho White Star liner Cedrlc
nnd Macdonald piped tho big vessoi
Into her pier.
XAte must be sweet to the Laird of
Ivcrness. He says he never hurries.
Ho has been enjoying llfo for the
full thrco score nnd ten and Is going
to keep right on grabbing all the
happiness until tho undertaker stops
in ho says.
Those who chatted with tho Laird
of .Ivcrness had It brought home to i
them with a Jar what foolish peo-
ple those of Now York nro to hustlo
and worry about this and thnt.
When reporters went nhonrd tho
Cedrlc ut quarantine they found tho
70-ycar-old Scotsman veor!ng n
white nnd black checkered overcoat
a cap of similar design which wero
set oft with a red necktie Hitting In
a comfortable chair on deck with
Floor Macdonald walking up and
down the deck before him playing
"1 am ono of tho last of the Clan
of Ornnt." said tho aged traveler.
"Thero wero seven brothers of us.
All were bachelors. Hlx nro dead. I
thought a trip would do 'Mac' my
piper somo good so I brought him
over to America Personally I didn't
earn for it. I havo boon here a scorn
of times tho laBt voyage being on
the Lusltanla shortly before sho was
" 'Mac my piper was in tho Scots
Guards In tho war. Ha was wounded
and gassed and hns not picked up as
quickly as I would havo liked. Tho
sea air will do him good I thought
so hro We ure. I don't cam about
oomlng to a dry country It's Irksoma
to mo but 'Mac' the piper is in
need of fresh air I nm going to a
hotel hut 'Mao' wants to see Niagara
Falls so ho can run along up and
tako a look at that volley of
"He's a good boy is 'Mac Did
you ever hear him play 'Scotland
Fotevcr'7 Lot hor go 'Jlnc' my lad.
Oh man diet you ever hear anything
llko It? 'Mao' is tho champion piper
of tho Highlands. Hn's ono of tho
Clan Macdonnld und thcro nro somo
mighty flno players ln that clan but
he's the best."
Macdonald was In full Scottish
llfo and affection ars
developed among wild
Ilanjoos which originated In In
dia were taken to England from
Autos Trucks nnd Tractors
7" Inm IM tu IM Ml m '"
This ae Intention keeps out of
motor til reed duel und end dirt
Iket ntkee ell frill therrhr
lm em pletone piston rings Un-
der wills bterlnii rtlTss end !
eeete rtsnltlni io lots of rouiprei.
elon loereteeiT(ee consumptlnu
ceeelve eirbea deposits upeneUe
SUjnevr on jour car preernU
7B wear on your motor.
Iteduoes carbon 607i.
Vfrtle for llluetreied elreoler. At-
trtttlts preposition for dlttrlbators.
STAKNEVY FILTER CORPORA I ION
nOCHBSTKB. N T.
'treating ' cutting; nnd paring iilnn'-
ly makes a l ad matter worse Mll-
ll .. .. ...I.. .... no ...I.A1. 't'l.lM
Hlliilin in iiiiin 111' m." . I HV1
know how easily and quickly "Oetn-
' It" shrivels nnd peels enrrm and cal
luses nn iu one pirer. uei jour
money bm u If !t (nils. V nr new
nlioes with comfort 'let u bottle
today I! Irfiwrencii He Co. Mfr..
Chicago Costs; hut n trlflo-evory-whore
How Many Pounds
Gain In 1 Week?
II p irWS b
New Fuel in Patronage Row
from tho girl in nn Indignant wills
tier. "Did you ever!"
Evidently her companion never.
Temporarily at least he was offect-
Ivoly squelched. For a little whllo
tho big man listened to tho program
In blissful quiot. Boon
"Whnddaya my ho sings next 7
Tho man consultod his 'program to
tho accompaniment of a loud rat-
t""L'AIba Sepnrn" ho announced
with a wonderful and fearful ac-
cent. . .
The girl signed gastlly.
"Oh gcel Ono of thom spaghottl
nnc. 1 s'nose!"
"With Spanish sauce" ho re-
marked wittily. Tho girl slKl'd;
The big man who was straining
his ears to hear tho llachmanlnoff
number above the din sighed. Aj
tho last notes died away ho turned
to the girl with hlrn.
"I bupposo lt'i too much to ask.
ho wild plaintively "that you be
permitted to listen to a program In
peace ought to be used to this by
Sow. anyway. Heon sitting through
Orpheum programs and entertained
with chewing gum and conversation
on all sides of mo"
Behind him tho man went down
into his pockets as he turned to his
WASHINGTON The rccont pa
rndo and demonstration for Wood-
row Wilson provided now futl for
the republican patronage row that
has boen caging underground for
"Half the Wilson parado" said
Hepresontdtlvo Hlddlck republican
Montana today "was made up of
men supposed to bo carrying on the
work of this administration. They
aro ready to throw up their hands
for Wilson nnd undermine this ad
ministration ut any time. A man
must havo tho right to hlro and fire
ln order to command loyalty."
A stiffening of the ranks for what
they "believe to be their sharo In the
spoils was noticed In tho leccnt dis
turbance in tho national committee
over choice of a new secretary.
Chairman Adams and his sup-
porters aro understood to havo car-
ried the day in behalf of Qoorgo B.
Lockwood editor of tho National
Republican. A compromise nrrango-
ment looks to the selection of S20-
rctary Halley of tho Ohio' stato sen-
ate us assistant secretary.
If the roported arrangement goes
through It will mark one of tho first
defeats ln a matter of patronage for
Attornoy-Ooneral Dougherty. Chair-
man Adams and his group set out to
bring an end to the so-called "per-
sonal" appointments. Complaints
about theso have been made by re-
publicans from Illinois. Indiana
Iowa Kentucky California and oth-
er states ln the west where there ls
reported to havo appeared a strong
Indignant republicans ln congress
havo prceontod tho matter squarely
to j'rceiacni naming iisr. wcek
Representative nlddlck of Montana
tho party's chief of publicity called
at the white houso. .
"I told tho president" ho said
"that I did not bellovo wo could
reasonably expect buroaus and
boards that were made up of Inti-
mate friends of the last administra-
tion to carry on the work of their
departments with any groat dcslro of
reflecting credit on this administration.
"I cited tho fact that the wnr
finance corporation outsldo of the
chairman wan mndo up of thre.o
members ono of whom was in his
position becauso he was a closo per-
sonal frlond of Tumulty and another
ns a reward for his faithful friend-
ship to McAdoo.
"I Urged that the plan of ap-
pointing postmasters bo changed so
that congressmen might recommend
candidates with the arrangement
that every candldato should pans tho
efficiency test. Tho president did not
seem much Impressed"
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best thing in the
world (or tickets.
contains richest cod-liver
oil abundant in the vita-
mines that every rickety
at A'u. oruo) Tone
PRICE B1IJIO and OOo.
SmH 4k Bw BlWUU. N. J.
ALSO MAKERS OF
1P VESTAL'S "ROSES
VU f XT' HAT Is lovelier thin lots of roses nbout the hornet
f&W .a W I1"' roeeit They'll M to the beauty AND
tW .iJI VaLUK of your home and to your contentment.
Allflira Vestal'i Hoses hare a national reputstlon for their
VMllwv. Tltilltr and beauty of form. They'll grow where then
MVYj! ' fertlle o11 nd normal climate. PLANT NUW!
Mtm Two-Year Old Plants 60c Each; $6.00 Dozen
VMa?Mv The largest lte TWO-VEAit-OLD plants for pressnt
KvfSH pluming are offered at this very low price. All healthy
KujfffipK Flints flrwt-clasil You may leave the selection to ua.
B27 lend for oar FHKK MMUNO GVIIIK wklch tUli hn-
yJHST Credi f roe plnnli fmlli nud brrrlri.
WiJMaMMMMMMaSMBIII I I II III llll I WSMW
In Our New Home
The Brunswick Shop is now
No. 8 West Fifth Street
Wo cordially invite our friends and
Ipntrona to call nt our now location
whore wo will bo in better position
than over before to jrivo nn exclusive nnd satisfying
service. Como in nnd hear tho February Brunswick
Records and sco the new Stratford Colonial nnd Queen
Anne models now on display
BUY YOUR BRUNSWICK FROM AN EXCLU-
SIVE DEALER. "THERE'S A REASON"
Business Office For Rent
THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY
Has been authorized to issue a limited
amount of "Prior Lien Stock." This is an
opportunity to obtain an unusually high
grade tax free investment
Public Service Company of Oklahoma
Phone Osage 2770 111 East Fourth St.
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Amazing Sdealltlc Discovery 01
Vltamlacs Quickly Duilds UpTbla.
Scrawny Hgorcs No Drugs Or
Dieting Necessary Quick Reiki
Fw Tired Wera-Gu! People.
VTTAMlNEa tho no myterlon
rabsUnccH found In certain foods aro
now airrofl by tho beat scientific
minds In tho country to be primarily
csponsIMo for balldlnir firm flesh
and producing vipjr nnd vitality.
Lack of vitamlnes In tho dally diet
causes nervousness loss of weight and
ritallty brJuUcJica nnd mnny of tlia
deficiency disease such aa akin erup-
tions emaciation rickets scurvy and
No Drugs or Dieting
TJut whn Alexander vitamlnes sM
arldkil to he dlt th rasulti nro amni-
tu In their rajililltr. Within a few dayi
rinhnlalMl. icrawnir flrurs IickIbs
to toeuxl out bony ansli and UBly
liUowr itltabDur. Yuur wslKht quick-
ly UiinK wb&X It atiofid lie accord-
In c W vnur halrtit. T)m flabby usi-
Und tlsiues whlrh aro nonr a handloap
hrconin firm fleah and muscle rich
rod blood Is prediioed task" now
arlnino are uulckly done because
tho food you eal Is converted In the
proper channels of oncrKy.
We have one very
fine office room in
The World build-
ing for rent. This
is an exceptional-
ly well lighted
room steam heat
best janitor serv-
ice fire proof
and central loca-
tion; rent $40 per
Gained V Pounds En 4 Days.
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AWiatvW Vluralu am ull ftlainf itttd-
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thin tuuS tUlA frttadt la UbitU"
Gains 8 Pounds Quickly.
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fr flitncl. in enrnna rho IU writ lar 11. I vast
lit Mtka It lun IhU ti not fw! a oeaL aw
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ku .tKJjuij rnrjs.
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