The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 44 of 50
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' A Great Gift
leadership In a great gift when
K??rt. In 110 fell' -.. nnl w
inink Wo would llku to ho lenders
""ting In feel that wo mint follow
H the limn.
But wiy do we feel that v y when
w know it li thfi nrroy of fo lowers .
that lit I . . . iii-1 . -ii i . .i i
invunni ii nil iv i ri. nn'i
or (here would bo no force unit
Without the) forces we woiilil win no
A great general In of no nan unless
n has men lo follow hi eoniiinind
Th llll-lln.l ..ff I. II.. 1....I .mi
do nothing with their wisdom ami I
power unless ttiy have fnl.wrrs
Who listen to their advl'c imd do
thlr blddlnc. Vltftoti thrsr lend
or tho followers would not no
where: without the follower wn
hvoutrt hay no cull for leader Km'i .
Is complement to tlm other 1
It In o In national life In homo
11 fo. and club life
W often nc cluli that have tuorn (
Under (linn follower nr. nit Me r
moro people who feel rolled upon
to run tho Huh thun the following i
membership it-imamls. And In vrl - I
ftbly the organization I onn of dl- I
cord nnd ulllmntn failure
Tliero intiat ho ft recognized head
of government .head nf a household;
nn1 head of u rluli. Others mint fall
In line "or In the end Im trodden
The.ro lire women no consumed
with the Men of runnlnir the nffnlra
Of Mnta that they nrn Willing to
nacrlllcA most anything or anybody
In their seal AN It t them the end
Justifies tho tneitn. nnd If they hnve
to knock down half 11 dozen wdmen
to reach that end they set-m to think
Hint nil right no long as the objec-
tive Is arrived nl.
Now most of u don't think so.
If a woman I bent upon running
it club whether duly authorized to do
no or not contrary to tho wishes of
the majority of the member -!ie Is
Juct absolutely In tho wrong Pw
and finding hrrsolf there alio ahuuld
get out Instead of tryliiK to crowd
everybody elo out.
Huch a woman might really lie a
force for good her Idea might not
he at all bad but her force la mis-
apent and her Ideas not adopted be-
cause In tho most unwomnnly way
ho thrum herself nnd them tipon
tho club knowing both nre unwel-
come. And then she becomes bitter
to the point of being eager to hurt
tho organisation all because shs
could not choose herself lender
spokesman and does for the whole
People cannot be led unless they
are willing to be led. Now this worn
an above had a right In tho club
she was a regular member alio had
a good mind nnd 'generally good-
enough Ideas but sho was wholly
uselois becau.se she could not mnko
miggestlone. but only gave com-
mands aha could not ask for au-
thority but only took It bodily and
elm therefore stands nlone capable
of arriving nowhere because she
has no follower and sho'lt be
nothing less than a leader.
In most organisations like wom-
en's clubs and church societies every
little while we cotno upon this iwlt-
iiniuiHil leader. Iiuvatlna- with en
ergy determined to let tho members
sen that sho knows moro about run-
ning tha thing than tho officers they
.ixntrrt. And sho Just will Insist
iinAn It nil "tier way."
Iter way moy not be wrong blit
her manner I nun o"" "
herself marching at tho head of nn
Could sho but harness that en-
ergy could sho but curb her great
desire to lend. Ill other words could
nho but effneo herself Just u llttlo
and follow tho leader she would
realy bo nn asset bo welcome g vo
help nnd hnpplnew. nnd ioclvo
bwi must not mlnlmUo tho posi-
tion of followers nor overoetlmato
that of leaders l'osslbly tin nw
unattractive woman on earth Is tjio
ono who "won't play" unless the
club fall In with her wiiy. And
possibly thn moat charming and most
worthwhile club woman In all tho
land Is tho one who follows square y
the leader after shes &n elected to
lead nnd backs 'iter tn the last
30 Bank Failurca Cut
Into Guaranty Fundi
i.tvrnr.v. Veh. Suspension of 30
banks In Nebraska In tho past two
years has drained approx matoly
$4000000 from tho state bank guar-
anty fund. As a result tho mule de-
partment of trndo and commerce
has made a special assessment
against tho remaining 98 stnte
bank of 1 per cent of their nveruge
aggregalo deposits. !
i nder Neoraska law. bank rs
........ ... v. nil Aonnslt of bus-
Ilium umnn w - r- .
ptnded banks immediately. Amend-
mcnt of this statute will bo proposed
nt the coming oxiru v ""
state legislature by a hl to place
part of tho burden on taxpayers
Vlrnt Oil Exposition
To Be Held in the West
ICANBAB CtTV Mo--Kansas City
will havo tho honor of tinging tho
first petroleum exposition ever hold
In lh United States this spring.
Tho exposition will be of an edu-
cational nature and will be conduct-
ed by the Oil Men's club of Kansas
City In Convention hall. April 4 to T.
The arcana floor of the largo halt
will be devoted exclusively to ex-
hibits by the larger refining com-
Several of the large refining com-
panies such as the Hlnclalr IleflnltK
nnd tho Indlahoma Helming havo
notified K. C. Winters chairman of
the club that they will participate
In tho show.
Cattle TtUcxi's Am CoC(L
N'OitPUbld Neb. Cattle rustling
in this nart of the cow country hu
gono entirely out of stylo as a re-
suit of threats of live stock owner
to return to the old-tlmo western
methods of dealing with thlevoa.
Cattle thefts tn tho vicinity of Nor
folk wero estimated at $50000
1919. They dropped to sero In 19!0 .
with the organisation of tha Owner' !
Ono 110 CXHilcil 'Km orr I
l.OltAlN. O. With tha thermom.
ettr lioverlng near xero Karl Msls-
ter 17. and Duster Jennings also 17
opened the 193! swimming season
with r plungo Into lake Qno
dlye was sufficient to "cool oft"
IBHH AARON tf AGIGI ANSHHfli
y-yrfTw c -civrsfsntjr
lly IlllNIJ IIACIIK.
Aaron cut down his rod before
l'l.arnoli and before his sorvnnt.
and It becamo a serpent Then
rtinrnoh called for the wine men
and the sorcerers and they itlso the
mnglclnn of Egypt did In llko man-
ner with their enchantments. For
they cast down every man his rod
and they became serpents. Hut
Aaron's rod swallowed up their rods.
Exodus 7 10-12.
Very clever performers thoso ma-
gicians. Itow Interettlng It would
bo to know something about them
and their trick and why the Kgyp-
tlnn monarch mndo n pracllco of
consulting thorn In nil sorts of emer-
gencies As a mntter nf fact wo do know
though It Is only very recently that
we have found out. Certain papyri
unrnrtlied from n tomb Ht tlellopo-
II not far (rryn the pyramids have
yielded n whAle lot of Information
about tho professional sorcerers of
tno time or Aaron and Moses
Most Interesting Is the discovery
that they wern of the name class a
the magicians and enchanter who '
figure so consnlcunusly In the classic
stories nf the Arabian Nights. Thev
could summon to their aid super-
natural beings. Tor In the days of
tho I'hnrnohn tho ICgyptlnns peopled
tno unseen Willi tno snmo genu
afreets and ghouls that prowl
through tha pnges of the (Shelter-
In ancient Kgypt mnglo wall a pro-
frsslon It was In fuut the toarned
profession par excellence em-
bracing Morcery iistrology nnd no-
cromaoy tho last as the word Im
plies having tn do with the con
suiting' with the dead. It hud it
rtnBT MHTItODIHT -Tsntli snd Pout-
sr J W. AM. V'lof littler
itilalanll Ytr lluitltt Kmtrr axlusnt.
Hun.Ur ohiiol at l.JO. ICpwnrtli liu at
t.li tntarmxtUl at e 10 lunlnr at . Hr-
tiloni tx ttta tiailnr at 10-11 and T SO.
Mornlnf rl.ion 'Tlia llrrat t'lirliltan
Utinorul." stsntov "Jtulta Maaaurad
UHACK; fill IICI -Thlrit and Trstoii.
Ira U Trahuaa tiaalor. tiunday sotiin'1 si
lQ tipwofin lagua a.iu inivriiiatnaiv
i a. Junlur MomUy at 4. Hannnn by lha
paitor at II ami t il. Wadnaa.tsy l inll-
weas rnnrcn iiar ma wonitn a anciatiav
ntaalhia In tha foranoon and aftarnoulii
prayar mtallng and ilulr ulaia at 1.
OtlRUTr MKMOIIIAL-Kuuilaaelli and
auakar. lni1or I- llrannon patvr
unday aehenl at Bill Kpwnrlh at 7
I'rayar maallng and llltil aluily Waanai-
Oar at I. W f. M. H. first Tliurtday In
aarh inanth at 1.90 traachlns at 11.
ItOHTON AVI5NUB (U. id H.I- -Kltm
ii.i Iloatnu. Itav. I H. ltarloii. taalur.
Nuriday aohool at S.lo. aanlor and Intarma-
llala laasuaa at ( It Pleaching at It
1IAIH.ICU MKltOtttAt. IM. li. 8.1-Wnl
Admiral fl'avkj and I'hoanU. J l. Can-
trail cailor. Humlay aehonl at 10
I'rracninr ny ina iiaainr ai il anil i'av
PAIIKVIKU' COMHUNITr PatVvl.w
Olaliwmid Knrtatl Klalda paalur Hun-
day school at 10 Knwnrtli leatu I. It
iiraachtns at It and 1 10
C't-NTllNAItV OllUIIClt IM. IV 8.1
Ilanvar anil Holdall. "Tha Homelike
church." W. 1.. lllai-ktiurli. liailor 1110
North Ilentrr phona Cedar llli Hunrlay
aehool at talo Junior laasua ItlO. aenlor
:10 Prearhtnc tiy the pastor at 10. iU
ihi "I'he tluoU ot Jonah." Harmon at
f 10 by Itev. J. It. Auernathy. prealdlns
elder. followMt ey cummunlun end Ural
quarterly conference organ numbere at
T-le. Thureilay at 1.10 Missionary en
claly at a. 10. church nlshl.
HUMhl llll.lr -Maryland (lardene north
n( remelerr. Hunday achqol at IV Junior
leasue at t ladlea' aid at 1 10 Thure-
day. Pieaohlng evsry eecond euitday by
1IICTMK1 rilflltrtl 111 North llotk
ford. Itev. Itobert Alapaugh pastor Ctt
ivesi Twainn sire.ei. nuniiay eehooi ai
10. lipworth league (.10. preaching at It
and TilO Mid-week prayer ineellug
WRHblcr I'HAI'KI U. W. (Olo.)
V'ranktort and KasUin. II .J Johnson
rastor. Hunday aehool at ICO Upwurlh
:I0 prearhlng at II ami I. -
HltowN'H i-HAPi:i. tr. ii. c.) iot
Noriii rranarori. itev. j. it nieLaln
1'IttST ItAITIST Kourlti end Clncln
nail. "The Olnse-ln J'hurch." W. O An
derson ndldster. Mu.ly phone Oeage
1511-J. 1. W. Mhannon eperlnlenileni.
nioin ecnuni ai v sv i. i. I'. V a:so.
1'reachlng by tha pastor at 10.10 and T.ie.
IMMANUKU- Heonnd and ttoektord
II. I". Wade paslori Oharlee II. Carrell
financial aecrelary Osage tfo-ll lllblr
aehool It sermons at It and 110. New
pastor takee ohsrse-luday
NOOAI.hM AVKNtlt) - l'lrst and No
gates. W A. Todd peator. Humlsr
school and preaching beglna at H lo and
otoaa. at 11.10 evening .preaching at I
X y.r:v I I-SUth and lllrnilngham.
hey. It. 11. (Iwen. liaatue llssve Tils H
"Pape's Coldr.Compound" Breaks any Cold In a Few Hours
Instant Holtefl Ilon't stay stuffed-
upl quit blowtng'nnd snurrilngl A
dose of "Papa's Cold Compound"
taken every two hours until throe
doses are taken usually breaks any
cohl right up'.
The first doso opens clogged. up
nostrils and air passages ot head;
" . k' 111 B. f iBi i-
whole literature of JickiVs denting
with thn mnglcal nrt In Its various
Tho Mnrfrlan'ii Wniul.
Mttnh. of tho maaloH? tndnv hai
been handed down lo us from the
'.gyptlami and Ilabvlonlnni of old.
Kor bollef In the supernatural still
hnn a rlionir itrln oven In thin en
Kach one of I'haraoh'a msalclans
carried a rod. It ws tho sorcerer's
"wand. as wo would call It The
stage mnglclnn of today who for
purposes of theatrical entertainment
represents In n curious' way tho
profwsliinal wonder-worker of old
s nlwnyn provided with a rod. tt Is
liuie one however wherens
on ancient JSgyptlan monuments am
shown figures of men believed to
be wlxards holding rods flvo feet
The Illbls says that thn rods
thrown down by Pharaoh's ninc;!-
clans turned Into serpents. Hut this
may bo Incorrect; for tho Hebrew
word trannlnted from the original
MB. as "serpent" menus simply a
largo reptile Thern Is nothing to
prove thst tho rod may not havo
transformed themaolvos Into croco-
diles. At the command of Moses Aaron
.lifted up his rod nnd smolo thn
waters nnd they been me blood
Sunday school at 10.
Preaching at 11 by
BrniNCWAI.K Iiwla and Wastilngton
one rniiexnorin or rairgrouiios itev r. ii.
Uwen nllsstonary pastor Jllble aehool
at 10 t'reeohlng at 11 by tna Perry
and at 1(10 by missionary Trayer idset-
NOltTII TIIBNTO.V IIS.VtON Trsnton
an.i independence itev. f.. II. uwen
missionary. lllble school at 3 and
tireachlag at I by Missionary Uwen serr
Ice In evenlna- by Joe Cleric.
U1.I TIJII3 MIHHinNAIIY MAI'TIBT
Nlilh ana Uulncr. on list avlew can. Una
A Carlln. paalor. Kunday school 0.41.
P J llarlon auperlntendent. Hervlcea at
11 anil 1.13.
WEST T1II.HA--U'ast Tulsa. J.' nl.
I'ege. pastor 1011 Mouth Olymplai Uasge
Htl-lt Hunday school at IMI rreaohlng
at 11 by lh pastor
KIIKB WIM. tlAPTlflT Ullca and
Jasper K. J. Mathew. pastor Hunday
schaol at 10 Preaching at 1 Hunday
morning ami al THO on riaiuruay Hun-
day and Wednesday. KVerybody welcome.
imy minimi uienwood. noma uarnene.
near Parkview station a. It Hughs.
paeinr II. I. . Hhnrtmeyer. eiiperlntentlent
Preschtrfg every Huudav at 11 and 7:10.
n.n.-l uihsiox (llenwood in Media
acnnoinouee J A. Wheetley pastor n.
Ilruffy superintendent. I'rrao.ilng at It
ann i.iu i-rayer mssiing wadnasuay
KII18T PIIKHItrTKItlAN-Heventh and
Union. I". W. Kerr pastor. Sunday
pcnt at sua. rmsen miniiies prelude.
Junior endeavor at 1. aenlor and Inter
mediate at stilt. Bermon by the peelnr
al 10.11 subject. "With Chrlat on the
Mountain r Tranaflguretlnn" llecep-
tlon ot membere end hapllsm nf Infants
at morning aersloa. At 1 10 the choir
aeslsisd by local latent will render .the
sacred cantata "Ttuth."
M:.f)NI PllKHliYTKntAN Zunla and
Archer. The church that showe moving
pictures. v II Murphy Jr. peetor.
Hunday school at 1-IS senior endeavor si
7 Junior at 4. ffermon by the pastor nt
It and I. rrayar meeting Wedneeday at
Cul.f.UUt! IIII.U "Tour Community
I'hurch'Y Seventh and Columbia IKen
dan l liobart II. riarka. pastor. Hunday
school 9:41. Intermediate and senior en.
deavor Junior at I WorlTilp at 11
and f .10.
UNlTKO I'llKHIIYTBIttAN Cheyenne
and King Charlea B. Newcomb minister
101 Weet King elreet phone Itll-J
lllble school I. lli II. J. freeman auperln-
tendent. Preaching at II and tilO. Chris
tlan Union :I0 Mlee llabel Watt preel-
dent. Prefer snd lllble study eermcjn
IIUM.imit COMMUNITT-.N orfelk
and Independence. W. r. Oervln paetor.
Sunday school ( IS (.'. H Kdwards super
tntendeni. Junior and eenlor endeavor
:30. Preaching al It and I II .
VlltfiT CllltlHTIAN Ninth and Pout
der Meada Dull pastor (eagellll
Hludy phone Usage till. lllble erhool
at 1:10. Preaching al 10. IS and 7.10.
Morning errtnon Mlhrlettanlty Underly-
ing Fundamentals" evening "What Shall
I n With Jesus
CUNTItAt ClllttSTIAM Otenwood
Home tlaidena section neuben Cnl-nian.
Iiaator. b'onday aehool s.ll-Kndeavor
0.10 preaching at It and TilO.
wIlEwt.t.NH AVKNtIK CltniSTtAN-
stops nose running; relieves head-
ache dullnoriH feverishness sneezing.
"Papo's Cold Compound" Is thn
quickest surest relief known mid
costs only a few cents at drug stores.
It acts without assistance Tastes
nice. Contains no quinine. Inalst
uron Papo'r Advertisement.
TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY
frogs Innumerable appeared. 'When
Iho dust wa smitten by thn rod It
hxcaiuo lien. Mosei iitretvhed out
his rod mid tho locusts uiinu to dnv-
nstatn thn land.
Called upon by Phnrnoh to dupli-
cate thess marvel the mnglclans
"by their secret nrtH" turned water
Into blond nnd caused frogs to ap
pear or at least by somo Ingenious
mean' countorfeltod the transfor-
mations In (iticstlnh. When It came
to Imitating thn miracle of the lice
howovor they failed entirely
Afrrvts nnd ('cull.
Mnglo Is the grenter part of all
primitive religions the ritual of
which Is largely composed of "wli"
tricks. It Is so today and the snmo
wiii true of tlm Mo. worshipping
faith of the ancient Kgyptlnn. With
prlmltlvo religion there Is always
much demnnology 'mixed up nnd
so It Is not surprising lo learn that
supernatural beings of frightful at-
tribute lurked behind the mists or
popular Ignoruncc and superstition
In tho ancient land of tho Pharaohs
when tho pyramids were young.
The genll and afreet woro un-
doubtedly of prehlstorlu origin. As
Wo Joarn from tho Arabian Nights
they were of gigantic size human-
llkn though lacking flesh and blood
and Jived to bo 300 or moro years
Klghth and -Wheeling. H. J.
paslor. lllble school at 10. endeavor at
a. is rreacnuia every Hunday at 11 and
1 1 10.
uwb.v 'ARK-Meets lemnorarl r at
abetter house tn the park. Uuy 1111.
minieier. inula acnooi a p. m.. commun-
ion and preechlng 1 p. m.
WKHT TULHA Meela n Odd Fellows
lodge room illbls echoot si 10. commun-
ion and preaching at II.
FIRST I.UTIIUHA.N Klflh and Elwood.
H. H. Kauffman pastor. lllble aehool st
0.11. I.uther lesgue eoclal hour I4I de-
votional 0:46. Preaching st It snd 7.10.
Morning sermon. "Tha lileassdnesa of lle-
llevlns." evening "Appetite."
OltAUIS LUTIIIiltAN (Mlaeourt Hynod)
Thirteenth snd qutiicy (new bulldlpg)
Karl Freee pastor. Hunday school at 10 ;
aervlcea at 11
TnlNlTT KPIHCOPAI-Klfth and Cin-
cinnati. Iter. Jlolfo P. Crum rector.
Holy communion at t tn chapel of psrlsii
house. 101 Houlh Cincinnati Church
aehool 0:10 In X. V. men'a tllhls class
t:ll In lounxe room nf Majretlc. 10.11
rommunlon and aermon by reclor In thea-
ter "lirotherhnoit In Christ." livening at
I. 10 In pariah hnuae cliapel evening
prayer snd confirmation lecture
AM. BOUt.H CltL'lll'll (Libera!)
Mealing at It a( Temple Israel. Four-
teenth and Cheyenne. Hermon by llev.
J. H Kennedy on "faith Our Only
HOLT FAMILY Klghtli and Poulder
John U. Hairing paston First mesa at
7 a. m children's maee and Instruction
at 0. high maea and aermon at 10:10. eve.
nlnr devotions and Inquiry claea at 7:10.
nAiiircu jiiuaiii aixieentn ami uock
ford. Itev. Charlea gtendaert rector.
nervicee ai usual noura.
TrcMl'I.E InrtAKI. Fourtsenth and
Cheyenne. Chaa. 11. IjiIs. rsbbl; resldsnca
.iar lass aimiy. enar mis roneuuie
inr ween eunuay s.io. nign acnooi tie
partment uf religious echoolt al 11
brotherhood aludy claaa. aublecl. "The
IMvlaion of the Kingdom;" Tueaday J
p. m. 'child etudy clasai at I sisterhood
study claaa Friday. I n. m. sabbath di
vine service) sermon Saturday ;u re.
Ii'NAt KMUNAII til South Cheyenne.
Morrle Telleri rabbi.
FtnST ClltlllCIl OF CltlltBT. HCIBN-
TIHT - Klevenlti and Iloulder. Hunday
services at II and i subject today.
Wednesday evening testimonial
at I. PubllO InVtlad tn
o'l ".7tf:yr'ltd'n''FUty alnyn
"END YOUR RHEUMATISM
LIKE I DID MINB"SAYS MINISTER OF GOSPfiL
Wife Aho Rid of Neuritis
Kuffcmt Torturm for Years ow
Telling (Sood News to Otlicni.
"Don't llcllcto Ttiat Old Humbug
About 'Urlo Acid' llclng tlm 'Jttio
of Itlivuniatlsiir It's Not Sop
Kmphatlcally nssertlnr that thou-
sands at unfortunate sufferers have
old. I'sually Invisible they wero
nblo to dlscloso themsolves to view
when they so wished developing
Thoso mysterious and formid-
able beings had their nbodo in the
CaucHstis mountains. Hut they could
trnvel with thn speed of lightning
and Pharaoh's sorcerors could sum-
mon one or another of them In nn
Instant's time. Most to bo dreaded
by ordlnnnt folks wero the Afrcots
a particularly horrible and malig-
nant breed of demons who woro
called upon by the mnglclans to
perform tho wickedest tasks.
Tho Kgypt of Aaron's and Moses'
time (as revealed by tho newly
discovered papyri) wan n land In
which enchantments magical trans-
formations and all tho wonders of
wlzardy wern as well establlahed In
popular belief as are the most famil-
iar facta In nnture today. The Ara-
bian Nights nro not mora full of thaf
sort of thing than was the every day
Ufa of thn ancient Kgyptlans.
No wonder them that Pharaoh
called upon the mnglclaiiH whenever
anything troubled or puzzled him.
They and they only could lqok be-
hind the veil by which tho unknown
was hidden. Thus part of their
business was the Interpreting of
dreams. They nppear In tho story
of Joseph whun jthn monarch
week dava from till) to i. Sundays j
hollcUys X t .
FltlnT 8P!ttlTl'AIK. of P. hall. 110
p. m. Mra. u u Reynolds pastor. Trance
lecture by ine paetor. aieesagea or
Xlmee. Aldrlch. Moody. Dillon. Klemmlng
end nevnoUle and J. A. ilteye. Mesnsge
clrclr at close of service Study claaa at
1:10 p. m.
CltUnCII OF TUB NAZAnENB West
Tulsa lilt soulli 1'noenii k. yy. jonn-
eon pastor 1117 South Trenton ffundsy
school at 10. Breach-Ins- at 11 and 7:10
young people at 1141 Wedneeday prayer
meeting 7.10 lllble aludy class Friday at
Cl'lUnCH OF OOI Fifth and Madlaon.
tC. It. flhtpman. pestor Hunday school at
0:10 preaching at 11 and I.
CITY MIHSIUN zii liasl First nerv-
Ices today at 7:10 by llev. A. l.lchten-
eteln. aleo evening aervlcea at 7:30 en
Tueeday. Thursday and Baturday.
Cllimcit OF CtmiST Now meeting tn
courthouse Htxth and Iloulder. Hunday
echool at 10. preaehlnr at 11 and 7. a
I). lAdrone. elder. Oeege C:!7J.
I.ATTE.I1 HAY SAINTS I Ileorsanlsed
Church of Jesne Chrlet) Eleventh and
Ilockford. C T. Hheppard paetor. .Sun
day echoot 0 11. l'reachlns at 11 and S.
prayer meeting ai s p rn wedneeday.
reiigin s p. m rriuey.
AHStSMIILY OF GOD Fifth and
Peoria. Hunday school and lllble read
ing at lot devotional and peetoral service
at ii. evangenauo ai 7:10. young people
Tuesday 1:10 lllble study Friday 7.10.
NOltTII TIIIJIA COMMUNITY llnterde.
vsgfyii; uuNSsfy vjsnt! DID lwi l!l
For Constipated Bowels Sick Headache
Sour Stoniach' Bilious Liver
The nicest Cathartic-laxative In-
itio world to physio your tlvor and
bowels when you haVe Dizzy Head-
ache Colds llllloilsnesa. Indigestion.
or Upset Acid Utomncll Is candy
lltrA 'Ca.n.Ala " Ohm' n- fw.-
Wl" C"""r b0WU CMnplf telX
been led Into taking wrong treat-
ments under tho old and false be-
lief that "IJIIIC ACID'' causes rheu-
matlsm Pastor II. W Heed says:
"As do some of our highest medi-
cal authorities I also now know that
'Urlo Acid' never did nnd neve.r will
cause rheumatism! Hut tt took me
many yearn to find out this truth.
1 learned how to get rid of my
rheumatism and recover my
strength and health through read-
ing 'Tho Inner Mysteries of nheu-
matlsm' a work written by nn au-
thority who has scientifically studied
the causes and treatment of rheu-
matism and Its associated disorders
for over twenty years. It was. In-
deed n veritable revelation!
"I had" suffered ngphy for years
from rheumatism and attendant
disorders nnd lrs. Hied was also
tortured with tho demon Neuritis
almost 'beyond endurance We had
read and talked so much about
'Urto Acid' that ovon our minds
alarmed by strange- dreams "neiit
for all the magicians of Kgypt" to
explain them lint as will be re-
membcrod they all failed and: tho
successful Interpretation was given
The prophet Daniel when ho was
taken as a captive to llabylon was
"Instructed In tho learning of the
Chaldeans and placed among the
wlso men" magicians eichantcrs
and astrologers. Ofhcso tho ns-
trologern were ntost Important. In
llablonla its In Kgypt nlso. they
were the first astronomical discov-
erers; but they ntudled tho stnrs for
portents making monthly reports
and forecasts of events. Tho fa-
mous tower of llabol Is believed to
have hnd an observatory on tho top
TJablon was n little less far from
tho pyramids than Is Chicago from
New York. All that part of tho
world was. Including Arabia a
"single culturof" area enjoying
the namo sort of civilisation. Its
gods wero many and different but
Its maglo was tho maglo of the
epoch current everywhere liven
the Hebrews" adopted It after they
had settled In Pa!ostiiie..1ealnli says
that tho chosen . people "becamo
workers of hidden arts like the
Philistines" and he speaks of "ivlz-
ards that chirp and mutter." Kven
Solomon tho wise went nftcr
At a much later date we find the
nomlnstlonal) Cincinnati and Oklahoma.
Northmoreland addition. Hunday aehool at
10 preaching at. 11 and I by supply.
Prayer meeting Wedneeday evening lllble
HEVKNTlt DAY ADVENT18T Hlsth
and Madison (Central rark) U. 11. Dake.
pastor. Haturdsy service. Sabbath aehool
0:16. mlaelonery volunteera st 4. preach.
Ing at II Hunday preechlng at t p. rh.
SCIENCIl TIlUTlt CBNIF.n Every
Wednesday at X snd I p. m.. at home ot
Miss Alice Kesler 111 West Third street.
Alt Interested are welerinw.
TUI.SA UNITY CIJIK3 meets etch Sun-
day and Thursday night In Judge llunt'a
courtroom In courthouse for tha study
of practical Christianity or Ufa accord-
ing to the Jesus Christ standard. Paul
Splelbergrr teacher. Unity Sunday
echool '0i41 each Sufiday morning at aame
TIIEOHOPItlCAt. SOCIETY It esant
Jndge Theoaonhlcal headquarters room
300 IVirton Iildg. un Fourth between
Main and Iloulder) Publlo etudy class
Monday night at S members meeting nn
Wedneedey night pubtlo lecture every
Friday night. Subject. February 10. "The
Inspired l.lfe." by J. II. Flrmmlng. Na-
tional rresldsnt U W Ilogets will be
with us the 21th.
Cam) Uinta til 10 Minutes.
EIWIUA Ohio. What believe!
to bo n record In disposing ot a
case has been established bv thi
Lcfraln county common pleas court
A damage suit was disposed nf In
2a and a fraction minutes. Time
by morning and you wlfl feel splen-
ma. "rny wprx whilo you sleep."
Cascarets never stir you up or gripe
llkn Baits Pills Calomel or Oil and
they cost only ton cents'a Jjor. Chit-"
dren love Cascarets too Advertise
seemed poisoned nut tho "Inner
Mysteries ot Itheumatlsm made It
all clear to us and now wo are both
freo from the suffering and misery'
we endured so many years. I really
ncneve mat l was the hardest man
In the world to convert. For mo
to discard the old Urlo Acid tlfcory.
and what I now know to bo abso
lutely false fori tho new scientific
understanding of the cause ami cure
of rheumatism was almost like ask
ing me to cnango my religious be
llefst Uut I dick change and It was
a fortunate day for me and mine
kwnen am so."
NOTK "The Inner Myetertee of nheu.
matlsm' referred to above be Paatop nd
laya bars facta about rheumatlem and Ha
associate disorders overlooked by many
doctors and sclentlsta for centuries past.
It la a work that akoutd be In the hands
oi every man ana wnmen wno has. the
eiiBiurei sympioma or rneumatism neU'
rllta. sciatica lumbaro or aniut. Vnp
tunately. anyone who eends name and ad-
dreas tn tha author II P. Clearwater
111 D Street. Ilellowell Maine will re-
ceive a copy- of "The Inner Mysteries of
llhtumstlsin" by mall poetaga paid and
absolutely- frse. Peadera ot Tha Dally
World should send now. lest yon forset the
addreeel If you are not a eutferer rut out
this esolanatlon and hand or mall. It tn
soma ttffllcted friend or acquaintance.
same superstitions current in IJag-
dad tno city In which so many ot
tho scenes of the Arabian Nights
aro laid. Fifty miles north of the
sltn of undent llabylon and strad-
dling thn Tigris river It was In thu
days nf Huroun Al Ilaschld tho seat
of Caliphs and 'tho religious and
political capital of all Islam boast-
ing. It Is said a populatlqn of-neurly
Atlwutiircs of Uio Caliph.
That was In the ninth century
A. D. when tho Cnllph Al ltaschld
a real "sport" If ever thoro was'one
had so many extraordinary adven-
tures In hlJ noctural explorations ot
the town. Bhehcrazade had a choice
collection of anecdotes about him. ns
will be remembered. In which genll
nnd mnglclans do not fall to put In
an Incidental appearance.
Itow fitKClnatlng are thone Inles of
the israblan Nights -with their en-
r.hnntcrs and bugaboos! Itow de-
lightful tho "muglc carpet"" on
which one had only to sit In order
to bo transported at far more than
express speed over vnst distances by
nn Invlslblo gcnlc. What Htory of
"romanco could equal that of Alad
din wlioso accidental posesslou or
tho "wonderful lamp" unabled' him
to summon nn all-powerful demon
ferocious yet obedient to do hi" 'd-
ding? It has been surmised purely as a
mutter of speculation that possibly
the truo originals nf tho genll wero
gorillas which occasional Egyptians
consumed by tho court In dispos-
ing of similar cases heretofore
ranged from one week to a year.
Names George In behalf ot Wil-
liam Names Oeorgo his son filed
suit for (2000 alleged damages
against tho Itlchwlne Ico Cream
company. Tho lad sustained a
broken arm when thowrt beneath
tho wheels of tho defendant's auto
The Ice cream company Immedi-
ately filed an nnswer. Testimony
was submitted tho casa argued; the
Judge charged tho Jury and a ver-
dict for 875 vaa returned Tho de-
fendant filed a motion for n new
trial; the 'Judge overruled the mo-
tion and the plaintiff was given a
cheek for $87 S.
From the time tho flrpt petition
was filed In the court up to tho
tltno tho check was paid only 2fl
and a fraction minutes elapsed.
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and Arabs must have encountered
and described. Tho Arnblnns cnlled
those demons "Jlnns." nnd somu tf
thorn wero females known ti3
"Jlntico." Tho first collection of t i
Aiablati Nights tales was made ly
a Frenchman who In his (t ran sta-
tion of them converted "Jlnti" ii.'u
"genie" which means n spirit
The nncirnt Kgyptlans loo! let
out upon the then known world
ntw to tho ca'twnrd vast dt-se.i .
while on tho south and west wero
lnterrn.nnblo marshes nnd eni'K-l
forests full of crqcodllcs. elephants
fierce human-llko apes far stronger
than men nnd other dnngorout trci-
tuivs. In whnt dread they held the i
perlta Is shown by tho fact that
deserts mornsscH nnd Impcnetrnbli
wooda formed tho three zones rf th
hell In which tho subjects of the
Pharaohs devoutly bcllevod.
Medical science In ancient Kgypt
wns closely connected wl.th maglw
and dlreaies wero uttrlbuted to n
breed of malevolent demons who
particularly Infested swamps Now-
adays wo -call theso awamp demon
mosqultos. prescriptions were
written on strips of papyrus which
wero swallowed by tho patient.
At perpetual war with tho gcml
were beautiful and benevolent be-
ings who corresponded descriptively
to tho 'perlr' of tho Arabian Nights
and who subsisted entirely on per-
fumes. They somowhat resembled
our modern fairies.
In tho mythology of Islam Kin?
Solomon Is rated high as a great
enchanter. He Is reputed to have
fought the genll and overcome them
by his skill In magical arts. It will
bo recalled that he figures In this
way In tho Arnblan Nights. In tho
story of the fisherman who liberated
a "linn" from a copper bottlo tn
I which SoTomon had sealed him up.
Press Agent in Will
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NEW YORK Hopt that "Ood
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future so ns to enable It to live
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will mndo pubttc hero of A. Toxen
Worm theatrical press agent who
died roccntly in Paris. Mr. Worm
was connected with tho Shubcrt In-
terests for many yars.
"I consider Now York to bo thi
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the will said. "I hopo Jhat Its pros-
perity uninterrupted may be for-
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