The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 162, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 11, 1922 Page: 4 of 20
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TULSA DAILY WOULD SATURDAY MARCH 11 1922
TUB WOULD PUMLISIIINC CO.
P.ntrrt at lbs Tuta l''!fifrii A "tid xtftiffti
M.pMtiicrt or AiTn r ni iii.ai) nt i Hi' rr.AT'oN
MKMNRR OP TUB At'."' IATI.li I'll RIM
Ths AMAfiatM l- la alrltialvf-'a ertnirit to Ihft WM
for rrrubllrMtnft nf nil nawa riiapti -a -r'1lti1 in It ni
nbt Mharwlaa rr?1lto! In thW .apar anil alao lha h nl
fira fiuBltahM baratn.
J SUMUCnit'TION HAT KB WT MAIL A DVANCH
o MAH.V AND SUNDAY rAll.f ONLY
Osa Year M fin. Taar IT H
fit Months itla Hit Manihi lilt
thrt Month 11.49 ThrM Mnlht II II
Put Month M flna MiinMi . . . . .If
Osa Twr. .......... .li f)n Mont ..
J nr cAnniicB in outsidb towns
rr Wean .11
Tar Month. In Ailtanra "
Tar Tr In Ansnrr ;. . . . . . ! M
' ' JIY CAHRtfll IN Tf MA. HANI1 STRINfia AMI)
HRI rURKi DAILY AND SUNDAY
Tar Month In ilnna
rtr tNf in Advanfla
lliblc Thought for Todau
I j it 1 1 i ' i.-t' i tin t r.i'. ah inr t i"i. nil way
perfc.i th won! of Hi" I.iiiiI In tried: he In
hwklcr tu nil them that I runt In hlni. 2
in. 21!. 31.
WHAT IIAI'I'UMIII AT MIVSKOfilCC?
J Concerning the appearance nf 11 Inn Alice Hob
flunn before h Muskogee organisation of
rrvlce men the Muskogee Tlmei-Democrat
lel Saturday inilillnliftl a etory replete with
dramntio periods. It related how Alii Robert
fjn Imil iimila her atpoech wan questioned pro
nil con whs urged to recant her position on
UtV lunula himI fliinlly left thn hall with Ihe an
sjrllnn from rum member ringing In lior cars
jlWe won't voto for yon."
Wo iiiol literally one paragraph ot this story
suhlcli scorned to rnnrk thn high light nt th
One liy niio Hid questions flew "f
ntn Klail that my patriotism l lininir num.
irftlnned now not tliun" said Mlw Alice
pnmlil tho accusations. "I think I hnvn
jj lieen consistent to thn hint degree. I
jr ilhln't Hnk yon to voto for hid whim I miulo
jiioy enmpnlgn I id) nut ask yon to now."
FjOn t lie strength ot thin description In the
A tiny which wo! iinlillalii'il In tho Hiiiulny
V'nrlil of Mnrcli 5 iIiib cieillt boliiK hIvpii Iho
Tlmcn-Dmnoornt we piltillaliml nil eilltnrlHl on
uenilny Mnrcli 7 whcrr-ln wo nncrllieil thn
lnclilditfl to n tnelltiK ot thn local American
TiCkIoii post nml nncil thn lormn "Inllmlilntpil"
ami "lirow-hcHtcn" nalil termn refnrrliiB to tho
jiftrnRrnph dcacrlptlon ntiUnl hIiovo.
JTho rcfcronco to tho Amerlran I.mlon pnnt
an Innccnrito nml a inlnlnlto for which wo nr
both' rcKrctfnl nml npolnuutlo. Tho Inclilcnt
ijcciirroi! In thn Yank Tipton pout of tho Vot-
erann ot Korclgn Wnru nml not In thn American
I-rc'im pont. Thin latter pnnt nlo nnnortH
Inolf inltrcprraonti'il 'nml thn lino ot thn trrmij
tntcil nhove linjuntlftoil. It no tho tnlarcpre
fetntatlon wns In tho local iiowapnicr ntory
jTha followlnu toleRram from Minn Holiertnon
jl WnahliiRton tinder lftt ot March 10 In u
Tlttlng period to tho iinfortnnnto Incident:
ft "Apprcclnto your ilcfnlino In mlltorlnl of
7 Hi. ItcRrct mliitulio an to or8iuilr.atlon.
Jr l.rRlon pnjit nt tliolr mnetliii; on I'nlniinry
Jlg trcntcil mo with ntmoat kimlncan conr-
jrteny nml connlilcrnllon. ItcKrot 1 cannot
uny nnnio for Vclernnn of KnrolKti Warn.
(HlBUCtl) "AMCN M. nOIIKUTHON.'
0 Till: I'AVINti DIX'ISIO.V.
m It Is uratlfyinjr to leiirn that thn ileclnldn ot
Mlulrvn l..ln Iti llln nnt'ltii. nnaA In In tin Jfl lir.onleil
fty tho ntipronio court. It In Inipnrntlvely iiccch-
aary that thin ohonhl ha ilonu. 1'or Tnlv must
5co tho fact tlmt pavlmt Improvement In nt
pji end In Tulwv until tho rcmarknblo ln-n''a
j-ftlncd have heen dctnrmlncil heyond tho pos
itlllty ot doubt.
Tho court nwept nnlilo the vlcloun cliarncn ot
jprlmlnallty corruption ami prcjudico Incorpor-
ated In the complaint. Thin In ttaelt In a ton
7uro ot tho dcclnlou that nilRht to be worth
pnmethlng to tho public nml worth morn to
ouiikiI. Ono wondorn If nuch vlclousiionn can
ilin lilulKfd In on n mere nunplclon without
juui'onu beliiK ciillctl to accountability for thn
iluinnno to character Inflicted. The World pa
juntly waltltiK for facts to bo developed that
tit could Justify IttHilf In nacuptlnM. flndn after
.jyeckii ot tho luont vleloun nNtniilt upon men
fill) a motive that ilie court Mwvepa the wliolu
fabric nsldo n lnwlng no foundation In any
Hut with respect to other appectii of the cabo
a verv cravo condition nnsuon. It In thn court's
glndliiR that tho city failed to afford tho prop
ftrty owners nn opportunity to proteet nnd he
fticnrd In mcli protest! that tho city acted with
Amt authority tu nmeiwlug cnRliicorliiK cotttn nnd
rdvcitlilnp; cnuls nRnlnnt tho property bonofllcd
jy tho ih v I n Improvement; that the city acted
.vlthout authority In tnklnir cognlannce of the
WlHCount on pavlnR wrlp undor which nil con
Braetors suffer or claim to euffer handicap In
ftilddlnr; on Tulwv pavluir.
1 I.ct ui leave the discount feature for later
KonnUlerntlon nnd UI)cuh for a moniont not
fevlth the jmrpono ot criticism but purely with
view of examination In the light ot rani'on
Rim! equity the objections ngnMat tho engineer
'JiiK foen and advertising coats.
2 It will not wo ma u me ho denied that thn
Rdear intent Ion of both the atate law and char
Iter provlalong Is that tho cntlro coats of A pav
bur benefit una n ne Dome iy ine propinMy di
rectly boncflted. Thu he cortt of Interaectton
nnd elde ttreet In aprcurt over the entire block
ecelving the benefit ot both this In addition
o the paving In front nf audi property. Anil
he engineering conta bring unavoidable coata
if aald Improvement and It being cimtomary
Ep.m n r. r.A .iMril nnalnaarlnv nml ii lift Intinn
into necount In construction work such haw
licetl Included hi a part ot the legitimate coat
neornlns ngnlnut property benefited dlreetly by
laving. Trecleely tho iwme lUKumcut holdn
l.ltli eoforenco to advortlalng: for It 1 abso-
Uutely Jmpoaxilhlc under the law to effect a
alnff Improvement without Incurring udver-
nine coata. U wueli cot.n are not to ne nnui
'dated by tho property benefited whore nro they
o bo Unutdatcd?
rom tho general fund? Not !f (He spirit "t
be Dining atatutes li to be respeeied. I'.'i- In
icli caiio u portion ot tho speriai ocn.nt c.wi
would bo charged against the city na u whole
wherean the rlenr Intentpin nf II n Inwninkera
wim to Ilriililnl nil mat nf nn Improvement
undertaking by a ttlreot rharge n gainst the
property abutting and directly benefited.
Hence we affirm that If Judge Cole'n declplon
la the law It laoki very considerable of hlm;
equity. Herfltieaj the innnlfeat Injuitlre nt
charging a gal nit the city at large a portion of
the coita of an Improvement of a mere dlntrlct
whethar It he a newer or paving iliptrlct mimt
he apparent to all. Uvery foot of paving laid
In 'Hi Inn and pah) for according to (he nplrlt of
the atate lawn and charter provlnlonn Imn
home Ita proportion of both engineering coetn
and advertlilng eonMa That la beyond recall.
Now we find n atate of affair judicially Ini-
poaed wherein property ownera who have thin
illaehatgrd their dlatrlrt obllgatlona are forced
to liquidate a portion of almllar coata Incurred
In the Improvement of property In paving die
trlet til and all future dlitrlcii.
Therefore we are unable to dlarover how
the Cole ilerlirlon can be conildered relief In
equity or law. It may be urged that It afford
ihi propiirty owners nf illntrlct 29T relief hut
It Imlantly follow that It doea no only by
working a rraia Injiintlee upon the property
ownem of the many other Improvement die
trlcln which have gone before. And neither law
nor equity per le operate In that manner.
A fiomewhat different eltuatlon- exlittn with
reference to that point of the decision affect-
ing tho dlerount figured agalnet paving wiiip.
if we understand thla phaie of the auhject cor
rnctly tho practice of the engineer haa been to
take Into conalderatlnn the plea It not the fact
that Tulnn paving wrlp la euujert to an aver
agidlHcmint of SO per cent; that In making up
hln eallmntna nn a given Improvement he fig
urea thla dtacoiinl Jilnl no he flKiiren (lit) rtmt of
aand cruahed ittnno cement labor excavation
etc. the purpoao being In arrive at n flnnl entl
mate that will nnnbln contractors to bring their
bldi within th'i entlmale ne Is prescribed by
We do not iinderetnnd that It In urged or
that It nppearH anywhere nn h fact that tlll.i SO
per cent discount ot paving ncrlp la added to
the coeln ot thn Improvement: only that It
being an element nf thn cot It In taken Into
thn onglneer'n account In thn eamn way that
other admitted element" of cont nro tnknn In
nnd for the pnrpoie ot arriving nt an entlmato
likely to enable bidder tu mibinlt proposals
wllhln It.i range.
It Id difficult Indeed to follow the theory
that thin oonelltutei nn excemlvn cont. Tlmt
view would ho tenable If thn nmnunt paid con-
tractors pnrred with tho onglneer'a eatlmnte.
Hut Much doen not nppenr to bo tho enae. In-
ntend If no nro not In error tho recordn die-
clono that In every liietnnce oven though tho
bid Itnelf may bo within n fow doll.irn of the
onglneer'n enllmnte tho amount nctually paid
thn contractor nml In time charReil ngalnnt tho
nbuttliiK property Is much lowor than tlm ciirI-
tieer'n cent; Indeed In tho onno of 297 In novernl
thutinnnd dollars below Iho onglneer'n estimate.
Tho objection to thin prnctlco doen not nji-
pear to bo comtructlvn or defondablo In eco-
nomtcn. l'or If tho paving ucrlp doen move nt
a discount of 20 per cent or nny other figure
beyond nuontlon tho bidder inunt tnko that fact
Into conalderntlon In cnmpllliiR his proposal. Ifi
ho doen no nnd It tho engineer has failed to do
no It would almost certainly full out that tho
bids proponed would bo cither nbovo the engi
neer's entlmnto or there would bo no bids tho
conisequolico being tho namo In elthor onno. Sub
stantial advertising rosta would ncoruo without
nny progrcat having been mnile. Tho ground
must need be traversed ngnln with this differ-
ence'. Hither the engineer would bo compelled
to mix.) lilt unit cost estimate or tnko Into ne-
count tho discount feature. And In dollars nnd
ccntH tho result would bo thn efltno to tho prop
erty owncrHin sumo ns It would have been
had tho discount Item been taken Into necount
In the first cntlmnte.
We nay we aro unable to percolvo wherein
the Colo decision accomplishes an lota In the
wny of relief for tho proporty ownem In either
law or oiiulty. Yet It doen ralso n queallon or
series ot questions which must needs be
answered very finally before city Improvements
onn ngaln go forward In Tulsa. Inevitably thorn
U grave uncertainty In the minds of thoso who
hold Tulmi paving rwcuritles. If tho uhto at-
torneys who hnvo hitherto been panning on
the' securities nro nil proven to hnvo been de
cidedly In orror throughout the ln.il 15 yenrs
then on whom shall security purchasers rely
In tho future? Nnturally they will rrefcr to
keep hands oft Tulsa seourllle.
Again wo efly no benefit even approximately
approaching the Kenetnl harm inflicted has
boon accomplished by tho decision. And ngaln
we nert that even if It Is law it falls far abort
of being equity. Concerning the point that the
property owners wero not nccorded nn oppor-
Copyright 1021. by Udgnr A. Guest.
Ho had morn wine tli.in ho could drink
Ills glas whs filled up to tho brink
Hut still he kept on pouring more
Until It run about the floor.
It stained tho table and It took
Its erlniHon courso ncroti a book.
And what had been n mansion tine
Was tainted with the wmcll 0f wine.
I.lfc'B but n glass for us to fill
t'ouied to excess the contents spill;
In moderation men are glad-
Too much ut anything Is bad.
There U a realm vthere all Is fair
Knoiigh to ent good clothes to wear!
I.lfe'H glHsa holdn this of friends n few
Some pleasure and some work to do.
Hut who would till the glass with Joy
The ctmrm of laughter would destroy;
And who keeps piling up hU gold
Moon finds his treasure base and cold.
When love descends to vulgar lut.
What was delight becomes dUut;
When once the wluo Is nt tho top.
Good Judgment bids a man to stop.
I.lfo gives no mii' ti. i seek for moio
r.nt 1H the t 'ensures on tho floor
And be in wmeat of our guild
Who knows jut when his glass is filled.
tuiilty to bo b'.iid In pr tent i mt l an Insig-
nificant matter enlly iilid
It In the other sepeels. of lb esse that beg
for a final and speedy adjudication.
ut mm iihton.
A lot of people are beginning to think It In
not hard tlmtn which hsu caused so many stale
banks tu fall.
One nf the beat thlngn about a style show.
SlfSfiilly observes the liallan News In that we
on't have to board and rlothe the model".
The girl on gnnth Main says one reason whv
she has not announced for" office thin apifcig In
that her doctor told her that her noim was not
pointed right for ths pHtlc.at game.
The farmers' emergency brakes In tho senate
will take It an a compliment If ymj refer to
thein as "hloo heads." but carefully omit the
"k" In spelling the word.
About thn only reason we tan see to support
the contention that poets also progreMi In that
we have not received a single poem tbls spring
about the "Idee of .March."
One of the funny things about muni. Ipul
polities nays Old Hill IHnaley H that n oi.-inv
ot tho polltlelnns don't seem to en re whet In r
li candidate belonging to their own party ut
elected or not.
That expedition to lluenon Aires In search
of a monster railed "1'leeioMurun" In prolnil.lv
organised tor thn purpose nf taking our mimbt
off tho Kour J'ord power? that caused Mr. Wil-
son to come out of the silence.
When n Wot Id printer got hln Ran eard foi
lent month's b' fit be did not know whether h'
Was rending fliilnn or fuel and be inuld net
tell his trotiblen In a polPeniiin nor would It d
any good to '" II It In the gow man. About all he
could eay wan "ll'n bell xln't It '"
Touchstones of Success
Klom 'Toijrliatoiiftft nt rtljrn" CnpyrtRhl br
Vlr PuhltahlriR Company.
ACCUtACV COIIIITUSV MiAlt.V I'ltOM
i:.vi'i:itii:.('i: k i :i : cooi.
Ily MAKCO It. NKWKIItIC I.os Angeles
AVonld you be imeeennful? Kelect for your
Jlfe-work that for which you Heejn to be en-
dowed. Sueeess slmiily means iKe best devel-
opment of thn kind of ability which you pomtenn.
Itather an excellent cobbler than a mediocre
Therefore study yourself! Deride for what
nvocatlon you poncnH n natural talent! Next
proceed to learn 11 Make yourself a specialist
In Itl And ns you ndviince study alio tho posi-
tion above you; norno iTy the man who holds
It will bo promoted or reslKii.
Cultivate system nml accuracy. They will
be your bent lubrlrantH.
When something goes wrong don't blame
It on lurk! Kim! out whnt your mlstako w.ih
and nvold Us repetition! Otherwise you will
develop bad habits from experience Instead of
learning from It.
Courtesy to nil In Indispensable. It l n
muster key that opens many locks.
Don't spend It all! Save a little out of
what you earn not out of whnt some miracle
Don't matte a fetish of- your opinion; if
wrong chaugo It! On tho other hand it right
Keep cool! Kxcttement und anger will cauao
you to shoot wllil or will splko your kiitv
llo recoptlvo! Uvery man can teacli you
something what to do or nso what not to do.
llavn faith )n your fellowmen and In our-
self with proper (reservations; In Hod with-
Keep stendf.ut "to your purpose. Incon-
stancy Is the niirent pnth to failure.
Finally with coin-ago and confidence pursue
your course bearing ever In mind that the de-
sire In servo must bo Ilbetally blondeil with .ie.lt-
He. ro vour way nnd success In tho only
worth-whllo senso of the word will bo yours.
"dlvo your body nml oul plenty ot sun-
light." Barometer of Public Opinion
IVg'a rrts Agent Sa)s.
lldltor World: It ban been rumored that
I'cg Norton will noon nnnounco himself as n
candidate for mayor ot thn city ot Tulsa on
tho earnest solicitation of his many friends.
Although many miles past tho half-contury
mnrk It wna I'cr'h wish and denim to continue
bin Journey down the westorn hills of tlmo nnd
finally anchor In that sheltering harbor of
eternal peace by the Hide ot the I'aclflc unan-
noyed by the blp of ntnte.
Peg says ho did not come over on thn May-
flower but rnther bided his time and cunp
later but claims to bo 100 per cent American
even though ho did miss the preceding ship
to romo on a morn pretentious ono thnt had
Bo If olrcted mayor of Tulci steering the
"tthip of stnto will not be entirely new to him
In tho full senso of the word."
If there Is any vlrtuo In being poor I'cg
snys he's poor nn nn X-rny photograph and
swears by tho powers of Mulcahey that ho got
no sllco of last year's tax appropriation".
As for family goiieaulogy hl grnnd-unclo
John Norton of Saranao fame successfully do
fended "the honor of the woods" having ns his
opponent a finished sculler of Harvard.
Unlike somo I'cg says "who come bore one
yenr nnd run for nffleo tho next to keep from
starving lo death" I have seen Tulsa grow
from a flag station to Its present proportions
nnd I feel well qualified for tho position ot
mayor of Tulsa. I know ns little about other
people's affairs as n Juryman on a murder cnw.
If t do not succeed In landing tho mayoralty
t can ngnln sell slide laces providing I can get
n license from the Incoming mayor which Is
I'eg says we havo two kinds of people nl-
wnys did have namely tho tnx-payer nnd tho
tax-spunder Tho suction pipe nnd tho dis-
charge pipe. "One Is Indlspensiblo unto the
other." 1 1'. HANNIKIN.
Tulsa. February 2S.
Hullilogs Hoiius nml Hooic.
IMItnr World: Heine a hunter and hav
Ing for yenrs kept a well .trained pack of wolf
hnund on my ranch t have often seen somo
fellow's bulldog nlmost ruin nnd cripple for
life a good hound or bird dog. and hnvlpg peen
this today. 1 nm prompted to nddrcss theso few
lines to theso gentry who do keep thorn. If It
meets with your approval. If It does not I In-
close pbstngn to have It returned.
1 wrote Harrcld Chandler nnd Owen pro-
tCHllnir vlrnrouslv HKnlnst tho bonim legislation
told them plainly that If they listened to
that email hunch ot huskies up there and
fastened millions mnro taxes on us fellows hero
well th.U they'd hear from nbnut five times
thnt many when tho vote Is niraln taken voters
who are not saying mucn now uwen in aosem
In "Yurrup" seeing the sights; Chandler and
Harrcld said tbey were for tno tionus.
You are absolutely right on thn bonus; on
thn Volstead law In fact. I nm clad to state
thnt you aro nearly almost nlwnys right. While
over near my old ranch (I had eight miles along
tho Verdigris river In my pasture) I nsked a
friend nt inlno about how many moonehlners ho
thought them was In that pasture. He replied:
"As nearly as I enn tell tbero nrn 17." Never
in my lire nave i unserved nny violation or nny
law Increasing ns that nt milliliter whiskey by
tho ninaen of the people these prohlbs bao
gone too far and (be people always long suf-
fering will eventiiady light ttila nbsurdlty
caused by a few limd-m.'iitlied zenlots.
I liopo you nro well nnd line Tom
Nowata February t
INSISTS ON DRIVING
Handicaps May Be Turned
Ity NOItA COIiK SKINNUR
It som c w hat
proves tho exist-
ence of that trait
n t t r I b u t o d to
Yank that lm
c o m m crclnllzes
ho bears nutlicn-
tleally that hu
has n v o n begun
to capltaltzu his
affile Hons his
with anything. I.lfo Is too easy.
Hut pructlcnlly everybody hnn somo
handicap. It mny not bo physical
and In thin possibly thoso who havo
some striking physical handicap
havu tho advantage. They recog-
nlzo their deformity nnd If they
hnvo nny powor or beauty In their
makeup they strain every ncrvo to
Thcro Is a handicap ot disposi-
tion that Is seldom recognized. Or
If recognized seldom acknowledged
and until It Is acknowledged there
1.1 no hope.
I know a little girl In a poem
who thought sho had a misfortune
in a turncd-up nose. Hut sho didn't
let It handicap her.
"O no; but a plan she began to
Vora Cole Ski.mcr"""'. M
this for llko tho
sleigbt-of-haml miin's stunts the
iiilnulo ho does it preslo. tho nf-
fllctlon censes to be a handicap nnd
becomes an ninet.
lien Turpln miido a unlquo placo
for himself on the screen becnuso
of his crl's-crosa eyca. Tho public
thought them funny and they be-
cnm(t so vnluablo to him that ho
hns now taken out a $25000 insur-
nnre policy ngnlnst "nny accident
or net of God" which might
To make the
First of nil. sho trained her eyes
Turning them up to tho sunny
Look nt tho mud and dust not
Nothing but sunshine would Dor-
A flower that droops has begun to
So up went her chin with a saucy
An ounco of pluck's worth a pound
And courage comes with a head
Lastly her Hps turned their cornors
Brimming with smiles like a rosy
O n charming child Is Dorothy
And it all began with a turnca-up
Afflictions mnko us'thlnk. Thoy
prevent nn. aimless endless drift.
They make us study our shortcom-
ings our handicaps and devlso a
means to get ahead ot them or
ninke use. of them.
In tho rnso of Dorothy Hoso nnd
her turncd-up nose. It developed a
beautiful chnracter thnt mado a
beautiful face. It all Betties down
to recognizing tho handicap then
having tho stnmlna to surmount It.
INTKItKSTHl) I.V NHW RAILWAY
Arrnnglng I'lann for Flnnncliig Hast
ami West Route.
Special o Ths World.
NOWATA March 10. A commit-
tee of Mlnml business men visited
Nowata Thursday to arrango the
preliminary plans for tho financing
of uu east-and-west railroad between
Mlnml nnd Hnwhuska.
Tho delegation was headed by
James Mabon. presldint of tho
N'nrthensteni Oklahoma railroad.
straighten them nnd bless hlnywlth
It Is In recognizing handicaps
overcoming them or turning them
Into an iihset that men nnn women
prove their strength. Wo hnvo
such 'numerous and varied ex-
amples of how it's being dona.
Mms (lordon. n Chlcngo star fa
vorite went to a hospital nnd un-
derwent tho ordenl of having both
legs broken nnd tho exporlenco of
lying In a plaster cast for many
wenry weeks in order to cure a de-
fect of bowlegs thnt sho considered
a tremendous handicap in her ca
Annetto Kollermnn took up
swimming of necessity. Ah a child
sho wore Iron braces to strengthen
her ill-formed nnd weak legs nml
her doctor thought tho swimming
exercise would be an additional aid.
Ily tho tlmo sho was 15 sho wns a
crack swimmer nnd had dlscnrdod
tho braces. Sho then turned tho
results of her misfortune her
swimming ability nnd her perfect
form Into fnmo nnd fortune on tho
Bcrcen nnd stngc.
Hut Helen Keller Is perhaps our
most fumoun and most Inspiring
example of a human bolng over-
coming whnt would seem over-
powering handicaps. I read ngaln
recently her poem "In tho tlnrden
of tho Lord" nnd under It wns tho
"A poctlc.nl nuossngn from ono
who seen though physically blind
deaf and dumb."
"Her nffllctions mndo her ono of
tho most remarkable nnd lovable
characters In modern times. .Sho
went so deon In surmounting her
physical difficulties In cultivating
her mind her henrt and her soul
that she turned Into n blessing to
l'eoplo who are endowed with
every girt seldom present humnnlty
An onion breath Is best
Thcro isn't much dlffcrenco In price between liv-
ing and having a funeral.
All mon outgrow romance but women never do
It's a nervy bookkeeper who makes love to the
Traffic regulations In n stinngo city nro ns hard
Man-y nn old maul if jou want to stay out nights
to being alone.
II ez I lick Says:
"They nln't iiq modesty at all Jn a clothes JJne"
FROM THE REAR SEAT
Dr Tba CUcaro Tribune.)
rest ot her featur?s
Mrs. Tipton Hud got a pustal card
from her niece t'day who's In Call-
forny sayln' "I'll bo home murder
after next." What's becomo o' th'
feller thnt used f chow th' ends o'
SOLll NRIGHHOR'S CAIiVBS
Cleared of ''Kmbczzllng" Stock Ho
Traded by Mistake.
Sreclal to The World.
NOWATA March 10. -W. O. Hol-
land was acquitted Thursday of the
churgo of embezzling two calves be-
longing to a neighbor. Attorney
Hert Van Lcuven conducted tho dc-
fenro and showed thnt Holland
owned calves with similar markings
and sold his neighbor's calves by
Tho calves wero recovered before
they wero shipped nnd tho chargo
was then filed.
'A Wonderful Piano
$15 Down $S a Month
The Kirschner piano is
splendid. Its beautiful
tonal qualities give to
its owiicr genuine sat-
isfaction. Come in nnd
hear the Kirschner. Its
rendition will please
avoided by not eating
no matter how long
saleslady tho boss Is
to maator as Chinese
for sho Is ncusiomcd
The atara Inciter hut do t; i
Cpt. Kit by lletluia Nw.;il.t
Snliinlny Mnrcli II j'r
Jupiter rules rr.-ng
morning of thin day. .
nstology. Saturn nnd :.!
Trade nnd commerr si
fit greatly frqm this ru .
tars which stimulates .
business enterprises of cv.
Conflict between un.a
Idens In tho manner of t.
Inrgo enterprises and old r
policies will bo tiutitcrr
evident In many In. a nf
nnd Wilt bo fought In re' n
Newspapers and lnngn .
turn public attention u;...
elso of flnunrlnl dl.-tai..r!i l(
than ono great enterprior
Huslnesrt nnd politl. s are
united In wnys that ihc i;r.v
slara nro rend nrlglit
This Is not a luiky day '
Ing agreements thai intlst t
Somo sort of bad news
ngrlculturnl prnspe. ti i
foreshndowed by the st ir
Tho death ot a '.no.
who has done mm h f i t .
world Is prophesied fm n
Tho prophecy ilinr n i
heroes of business and n..
well as nit nnd lettets v.
nwny nt tho beginning of i
era followlm: tho unnd i i
called by tho slgnn in the . t
Whllo this conflgiirat..n t niia
It Is wlso to ha optlmlsttr- as f 4.n
mny hnvo n depressing cff. t
suiriiies nmong thn
likely to Incrensc nlarmtt.i .
lu li. peculiar llJjecb Iinteil I y . .
Tendencies townrd dr t1. B-i
morbid outlooks on life wi I i j
more nnd tnoro n the . .
vnnccs It Is prophiHled im.l .it
reason parents nro warned t.uit
tho reading and thcatei g ct
Writers who have had n. period
of discouragement should exnrrt tn.
vnrnhln rnmllttntiH enrtv In .
" l ouiii- j
incr wouu puoiisucrs snejia (jQa
1'ersons whoso blrthrt.its 'f tn rny
hnvo a troublesome year hr
will succeed If they nvold . nni
or unwlso affiliations.
Children born on this Any art
likely to be kind nnd goner jn but
not fond of responsibility They
should bo trained to be cxiet an
Tho Park Ave. News
Wcathor. Slow but sure
Spoarts. Ioroy Shooster hun... d
his bed agenst the lam r si
Satldday vilo giving a imit.i'e i
Whcrllng Dervish and was t ok
homo feeling partly uneonhi..us hv
Hcnny l'otts Sid Hunt A mo .Mix-
andcr Sam Cross. Hedov . if'
Skinny Martin I3d Wcni k and
Hlzznlss and Financial Lew
Davlses mother told him (.lie w. u'd
glvo him a cent every time he imik
a doso ot his blttor medlsin. lw
took S doses nil at onco Ixperting tu
get S cents but nil ho got win a
fcarso stummlck nko and a diffrfni
kind of even fearscr medesln.
Tomo toy Skinny Martin
Tass tho nutter
O wat a soclablo site tn e
Is a lot ot peoplo mcctine'
And of all iho things tiny
Tho most soclablo Is eatb k
Things You Awt to Know. Srme
snako bites aro poison wile ciiers
nro harmllss and thoreforo th t.-t
way Is not to leevo ony snal.e hits
you unless ho has bit you before
without poisoning you.
Wonted. Ambitious bor
nbout 20 cents to Invest in a Ris-
ing blzznlss. Seo Ed Werni. k and
Hnvo Monthly Sales Day.
dprelal to The World.
NOWATA- March 10. Sta'
Wednesday. March 15. the i
chants of Nowata will stage a
day tho first Wednesday of i e
Music Is Essential
1 1 tNOTB BOOK
For the Money"
' A. J. CMPE Manager
417 South Main Osage M 33-31 M
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