The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 183, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 1, 1922 Page: 4 of 23
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY APRIL 1 1922
TnhllihM r.r M'TiiInc tp-iiiijiiif ftiinilas
BY THE WOULD PUHLISJ IINOCO.
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MRS. PRAN'K SHAMAN.
(Jumminsiunur No. 1
Ii. Ii. .SHORT.
f!ommiiwioiior No. 2
PAUL C. MKYUIt.
Commiiisioiior No. I!
J. M. ADKISON.
ConiiniwiioMor No. 1
V lit or Hoanl Two-Vour Toi'iu
(!. It. ArcULLOUCH.
H. I.. STANDHVI5N.
Wntor Hoiiril Four-Year Term
CYRUS A. AVHRY.
A. L. FAKMEK.
Bible ThouoM for Today
" April I.
l-nocI.AMATION f).' I'CACi: nimy lw o
MSfxl III lh hltlicl. h ml on rnilli iwrc-v hoiiiI
jvlll In nurd rnon l.iilin S:.
. A SIMI'l.i: Al .;.SV TASK.
Il l ii fclimiln anil tnak rnnfrmiMnp tha
ilprii at Ihc illy. Tlif)- tfok ili l.Ht poMlliln
jjnfn In (tilmiitwer tlia Himmurilly HfMlrn for
llie PDiulnir two jfnin. At thn try utt lJt
mt lie KhIcI UiHt Iho)- will timltft nn tipiirclnlil
jrogrpi If tlicy nro nniluly lnfl(ioiictl Uy nrty
f? 1'Hrly IhIioIh in pun mithln( In r nuttier nf tliln
l.lnil. Clinmcltir nntl nblllty mint n everything.
J.tNidliiK nno ticket the ilofnooriitle. . In n iiikii
rwho linn liconUti nfflc Imlilir fur n iloxon ywrj
jil lioiltlqlaii In ocry wiiiko of tlio word; u mi'iii-
Jicr of (wo iidmlnlirtrnllcinH both of wlili'U have
Ffnllpn tliort nltlit-r Jnnlly or nnjimtly. of pop.
Sil.ir npprtiviil. The rttrtiril nf thin mnii It 11
J'olurlMM nt. a ilinh ky. In Hit- nntiiro of thlnw
ffic Is lioholilcn to thu partlmtii nmohlnr. Aovoril
jpliiriiilnTn nf wliloh nro now alinrcrit with clco-
Jlon oNinkcilnrw. whlln liy hh nillinioneo tn tho
initPlilnO.liiRiln plntforiii hn frsnkly confnwcn
jj J.pflUiiut tiie nllicr ticket Hih rcptihllcun In
'ii mnn who I not n ptilltlulnii. who him con.
rtjerncil hllnnelf broailly with tho civic nffnlri of
Jhn cuniinunliy. who hnn never been conncclil
pvltli nny oily nilinliilMnitlnn nnil who prninlne)
jji now ileal In overy funno of thn word.
If every voter In tho city were rt ilrickhnliler
n private fnterprloo to tho extnnt of tho
flaxen ho piiys to tho clly nml tllin voto honl.t
Jp between Ncwblock mm llnilley an to whlili
Jnlionlil ho electeil Ktiicrnl inannKer of tho con-
em. )io will iluVo May thoro would bo any
jiuentlon of tho result? Would tho tint n whono
Viote claim In that of a politician nn ohronlo
offlco hohlor ha nerlouly ponnlilered iiBitlunt
Jhe man whiwe only claim In that of an able
frueceiwful anil lioneit luminous manV
f Tito city election It)' or Rlmiiltl bo Jut an
lmtilti an that ami tho derUtim ltnubl bo
fioaclict b tho njinn lino of iaoriJiiK. Tljn
;rtat iimw of Tula cIlliHinnhli) aooa tint euro
. peppercorn what the partlnan faith of tho
f pinyor In. It l very muelj concerned that bin
jpiiinllve hal be far anil away above partlnan
ytoiinlilvratluns. bin character thoroiiKhly entah-
jinhcil a n bnntd tolerant anil ntroug exocii-
(tlvo anil hid ability ntich an to lvo Rbiindam
jj.romlno of a leailowhlp caiiahlo of unllltiB the
JT illwcordnut t'lcinonts of iho roiiiuitlnltv.
(llvon thtwo last fiunliriuatloiir.ltho futiiro of
lulsft will bo wifo whether tho mayor In a ie
publican or democrat conformist or noucon.
formlet. A mnn whoxo cxpcrlenco nnd ability
wvlll oiittble him to Inaugurate economics dls-
rernablo In tho ileimiiitla mado uppn property
tiwnci-8 who can secuio tho conrtruotlon of
niubllo work on a favornblo tchmn nn'n private
jjltlicn can occur c similar work who can by
rilmplc ntniljrlit. forward and oien ileallnK di.
Teouracn tho ilamlerer and sensntlonallitt that
thu typo of man Ttilsa needs at tho head of Its
-.Hff.iliB ami tlut in tho lypa'of man londlnif tho
'ireator Tulm Ticket' put fin-ward by tho rn.
Viihllcfl.il i.ii ty." Tho World enrneitly rocom-
mi mis hlin.
Tin: i'svciioi.cv tip i.w
Thue Is no mom ItiterpMlnp gttnly than tho
ijiyoholoy of law enfor'cemont'. In nit ah-
'.stract neadomle ene. everybody U for law
.tt'iiforoemont wlthoufcar or favor. Maw meet
jims are held to uirs It. reMiliitlnna nro adopted
' jouiimIIiik It. candtaaten MoUro lhemelven to It
7nd relluloun Jorcoa make 'It their major do-
jnnnnd upon Rnvornmentul aReucles.
In a debate upon aome suolurMtolve a' thim'
.h"That the laws of the ntnto loull be rigidly
Enforced without reBard to station prcloiuo or
Mioanoaslone." the dectMon would no by default
for no man could bo found to hold a brief for
j Tlut observe tho practice. If men at best
fflofcotlvca nf cither nature or olreumminnces
4n tholr wpalt nnd errln); way come afoul of tho
.law. tho mob opmposed of the fortunatca n
nifc U at their lice' dolnandliiK n0 law- for.
l full. Tho offlccls. tonrln.i ... ......
Mimu'v ... - ir u?y
tnunt eventually to by 1110 Hotwrn and Jciosm
of hfn nhould Hiry .w lensemy towards
these men nnd women who need help aa no
others In thn world tin need It. who call for the
pity which ChrK constantly rrvo In unlimited
abundance: who not Infrequently rrapoml la
Just ordinary decency from a msn an officer
(Ullte likely who by hit act confess! him-
self akin through the bond which ties toxtthT
all mankind; If an officer enow leniency fells to
hound theee pitiful broken chsraclern by day
and by nIRhl the wnlvtvi of respsciablllty the
rhnrlseoM of mtlernlsm are at fMoh an offlcor's
throat dsmentllnR his official blow!.
Ami analn there Ih none to say no. Again
the negative eause goes without a brief holder.
Ifut oheervn again: It some sanctimonious
hypocrite given to singing psalmn from the
eats of the exalted a parsonage of station and
rank and large pofsalons lw apprehended In
the very act of vast moral turpitude and ifiooe
who but now riemandett their pound of the Iftw'a
forfeltttre from the very tieeh nl the heart of
the criminal derelict who mayhap broke no
greater law than those known mlstJemean
ore Will suddenly turn defenders anil accuse the
agent of the law of "framing" on the "good
If not that then there will be many willing
to make It easy for thn greater criminal who
having ronniantly eat In Judgment on bin fel.
Iowa having leaned to white heat the barter
element nf prejudice ami narthmn rancor who
having lived a life of Indefensible hypocrisy
takes on degree of moral turpitude and crim-
inal Intent far beyond that of tha habitual
petty crook has fallen twice as far. Tho un-
called "better element" now turn defender and
begs for Homebody's sake wife or child or the
good of the community or because of the mln-
era hi nnc'M urevloin standing that the law
forfeit Its forfeiture.
Sa demand In such canes for rigid law en-
forcement. No demand here that officer do
their full duly without fear or favor. Inelead
officers nre told that ihey cannot afford to do
thlH or thai; that they ilare not enforce the
Jaw. and no on and no on until an ordinary
ntralRht-thnotlng four-muare rltlmn whu ieel
Just mensurable decency and abhors hypooilny
na he doen thn breath of hell fseltt lib head
reel and his stomach revolt!
'Down the ngea cornea the beautiful picture
nf Jtwus blistering (he hypocrites him! I'linrlcoa
for tlmlr loud muuthliiRVt concerning their own
Mrtlie and an tenderly raying to the scarlet
woman. ''Neither do I condemn thee; o and
sin no more."
The psychology of law enforcement In to be
analyzed from the atandpolut of human nature
at Its worst not nt Its best. If this wero not so
thn spirit of reformation would Impel men tn
ko nuinni; thn lost to help and teform Instead
of vloloiisly aiwnllliix and demanding 'blood for
blood. And tha whlled ftepiilclierH would bo
ncnurKctt from tho synagogue of Justice
ostoppt'd from Joining tho hounds In their tpicst
of tho barn for tho tilo purposo of keeping thoTr
own moral turpl'ude hlddoit.
Thoro Is. after nil little wonder that officers
Invariably become eomuwlwt frlendlywlth tho
weak and foollnlt ouch who practice law viola-
tions. Tho Inherent tendency nf man to sldo
w'lth Iho under dog ncconntn for this llecituso
tho officers know that for every mnn thin
openly and notoriously violating tho law and
therefore tho nvowed enemy of noclety there
nro nt least' two occupying placea of Influcnco
nnd nffltnmcp high In society and not Infre-
quently equally liluli In churoh; that th'o Innt
while domaiWlng tho prosecution of Jho weak
npil helpless domain! with equal vehemence
protection fpr ithomselven.
It Is a sad n cruel domtmslrntlon of inan'o In-
humanity to man this psychology of law en-
forcement. Hut It Is according tn the naturo
nt men and therefore In hottomed on tho high-
est law but one.
Thn are Indications that a narrow discord-
ant lunlncorn partisan nppeal in municipal
campaign" Is to recelvo tbo condemnation It
has nlwnjn deecrved. The utter lack of Interest
la tho bid tho democratic city central commit-
tee has mado for control of tlw affairs of tills
splendidly Independent community forebodes
apparently a rcl)Uko which will provo of vast
worth to the city for nil time If tho partisan
cUmorcr Is silenced and tho Impudenco of tho
worst type of machine politician in demand-
ing control of a gront city on the ground that
It U more loaponstblo and dependable 'lima
clean (Uninterested unselfish citizenship. Is re-
buked iient Tuesday then progress will have
been made thu beneficent effect of which will
bo folt for yoart to come. Tho drooler Tulna
Ticket asking support on its merits atandn In
striking contrast to tho ticket offered by tho
democratic city central committee with Its ma-
chliie.ninilo platform. .
And now a bird lias boon discovered who has
tho cruit to call Kitleon "senile." Tom has
been hunting that sort or thing ever since ho
left his laboratory and began Investigating tho
realm of human knnwlodge. Ifn only a matter
of tlma until somebody will call Henry by his
Copyright 19;: by Udgar A. Onest
A jellow crocus bloomed today.
Where nil Is dead and bleak and bare
It flashed I In light along the way
And radiantly twinkled there.
Out of tlio daiknesH and the gloom.
Ilravlng tho bllzsaid's bitter sling
There enmq thin golden bit of bloom
To herald tlio advancing spring.
"Hold out! Hold out'" It seemed tn say
".Soon must tlio siege of winter fall
The daffodllls' are on their way
Tho hyacinths have hoard ou call.
Behind mo couirn a countlosa throng
Of higher. liraor IiIimiiiih tlian lj
Tho woods shall shortly ring with song.
Hprlng's glnrluus army drawcth titgh."
A mellow crocus flashed todnv
Its torch of faith for all to sco
nio troops of spring are on mo way
fho cupuvo oasth v. ill soon bo free
lit OTIS LOItlON.
t I'avlowa having tested her loes In Tulsa Is
now trying to tip. toe into Chicago.
W" can't understand why the girls of todsy
do not revive the fad of making crasy quilts
Another thing we dislike abntil spring
weather Is the number of alreet rarnlvals It
flpeaklng of styles we notice some checks
floating around the street that no conserva-
tlv ltnk would think of canning.
Iteferrlng to published st rlrttural quotations
we might nwggent that a pern Mel column of the
ten commandments might he Interesting.
Perhaps one reason why vodvll comedians
are m cheap la hraut moot all of them seem
In h getting a side rake-off front Air. ford.
The Strange fas nf ! Toilette" Is att el-
torlal headline in the Chicago Tribune. We al-
eays have felt that Chicago was slow In get-
W'p turned down a feature story on Mexico
:hln week because we figured that "Dictionary '
Ijfilb'k might take it a a perianal affront to
Wichita aeems to think that l'mwldenl Hard-
ing who h.m Jut returned from Florida has a
personal Inietest In ordering the selstirn of s
carload of manges consigned to Wichita. f
Wichita can make her esse stick ngHlnst Iho
preMdctit we know nf a Wnall shipper who
might he liit. resicii
Touchstones of Success
Tlftm "Tnui htn: r of Riicf ." f'ntiyflsht l.
VI. Publllilns t'oninnji.
tin: i.v.m'iii.viion i ito.M (ioon ui;.i)iN(;
A X 1 1 Alll.i: ASSOCI ATI .S.
lly AUTIM It II .MDIHIAN. Uai-ton Ohio
A bov broken In constitution by meningitis.
I lacked iM-lf-i ontiul and ability even to m.iko
the serious effort which must preccdn all ac-
cotnpllKhmetit. My only hope wn Hint men
havit undlscoxereil ami almost unlimited ro-
vuperntlvn powers nnd r determined to become
reasonably well and strong. I succeeded and
wllli higher hopes would have gained almost
Mvlng In i vlllsgo I longed to know great
iivmi but (hero were none. Ho I rend books
There I found the best thoughts of the world's
greatest men on the I much of life llollef In
film human qttnllticM ban opened the way to
RfMoclatlonn ami friendship w(th fine men and
women. Observing that much of what people
know In not so I hno sought to havn an open
and Inquiring mind. To thoroughly think things
out and tiy things out Independent of precedent
and cynicism In good. Absoluto surrender to
otin's convictions makes tho sincere man. but
along with that surrender rigorous examina-
tion of one's convictions especially when they
depart from general human experience in
necessary to preservo sanity. I believe In life.
I'alth that all Ih well doen not rest on a creed
but In an Inheritance which men cannot loso
except by (Urease mental deformity or false
lly chooelng a new profession r flood preven-
tion engineering) I Inul tho opportunities of
tho pioneer. After Kclr-analyslH I choso bust-
licet associates who aro strong whero 1 am
weak. Most groat achievements nro not alone
personal but to a very great degree the fruit
of co-operation. Buecesn consists largely In hav.
lug a clear vision of tho desired end and In
bringing to pass the necessary co-operiitlon.
Barometer of Public Opinion
I!. Corlcy tut 1(1.1 nnil N'ow block.
Ilditor World four editorial In thin morn-
ing's World striken tho real keynoto of the
whuln Hltuatlou In "I6tj." I dcslro to commend
yotl for the stand you have taken. An ono of
tlio largest property oivticm In this district and
a teglstereil democrat In precinct No. 4 I have
always contended Mr. Nowblock deserves homo
ft edit for tho feeblo effort ho mado In our
During our strenuous campaign with tho
hnnnrablo mayor of Tulsa and ht.t hoard of
I'limmlfMlutic rs for an Investigation; of tho real
condition In "lOi'i." .Mr. Newblock asslatcd us In
appointing a representative to look nfter our
Interest. Investigation Was made but what has
.Mr. Newblbck dono about It? Has ho given US
nny relief? From time to tlmo tbo property
owners out In "100" have been called upon for
money to pay for certain Investigations; we
have all contributed. None of us have received
hack a ponny of tho outrngeoun sewer aswewt-
menu that .Mr. Nowblock voted for nnd wero
pl.ired nn first lions against our property
Homctlmo ago in company with nn ablo nf-
tnrney nml a property holder who has takott a
prominent pint In thin "lOii" Investigation. I
made a thorough study ami search through Iho
iccordx on file at tho city hall and n detailed
analysis of tho minutes of the commissioner's
meeting that was held nt tho letting of this
contract for "1G0" as well as tho final voting
ol tho assessments of cost to each property
owner and uqwhero can ho found where Mr.
Xnwhiock protested nml nowhoro can bo found
whero ho voted "nay." It Is apparent from tho
records HinfWr. Nowblock was at consistent In
his voting 'for outrageous paving and sower as-
sessments as any othor member of tlio com-
mission. Theio Is another thing that the record dis-
ctoaeil: Mr. Nowblock In thn commissioner of
finance and acted In that capacity nt tho tlmo
of the lotting of tho contract for "ltiii" Tlbbct
ti. I'loasant submitted n hid for this contract
accompanied by a certified check of five (5''ii)
per cent of tho total amount of their bid; Com-
stock .A: Hmrdtey also submitted a bid fur this
contract accompanied by rt certified check. On
the morning of Juno I 10'JQ after tlio bids had
been submitted ami In tho hands of tlio com-
mbMlonero Comstock & Kmedloy demanded a
withdrawal of their hid: apparently It wn re-
turned without a ' forfeiture of ilio certified
check. Ah commissioner of finance of Tulsa it
was the duty of Mr. Newblock to dopiand tho
forfeiture of this certified check placed to tho
credit of tho city as required by law; ho did
not do it. On the contrary Comstock -Smcdly
wero permitted to withdraw their
bill without forfeiture of their certified check
without protest of Mr. Ncwblock.
Theio tire many other things that tlio rec-
ords disclose I hut I would liko to elahoruto
on but Mill iltslst.
t will conclude by Mating th.it the an Undo
.of many of the property holders of sower dis-
trict No. ltlO Is that while they feel t lint Mr
Newbiock tlesorves Home credit for the feeblo
effort he made In their behalf he is not de-
serving u promotion to tho high office of mayor
of TiiImi. and therefore Is not entitled t1 our
ot In the coming election.
Tulsa March 29. K.M.MKTT CORLKY.
W'horo Is Frctl IlcntiN?
Udltor World: Whero In I'reil Dennis tho
rliht-hund man of Unsernor ltobertson. the
custodian of tho nicred depositors' guaranty
fund? Hello answers whore?
The constitution provides that thn governor
shall see or onusn to see that the laws aro en-
forced; If need he may use tho means nf Ilia
office xticli an the state mllltla In authorized to
offtjl" lownrrtrt for the arrest and Conviction of
those Indicted for violation of tho state law.
Ilavo you heard of tlovernor ltobertson offer-
ing a reward for the apprehension anil convic-
tion of Fred Dennis?
If a highwayman should walklnto nny bank
In this state and with threats of violence should
rob tho bank tho governor would Immediately
offer a toward for the arrest and conviction of
said highwayman. Do you seo whv any execu-
tive clemency nhould lie orfcreil Fred Dennis
who robbed tho ntato of its entire depositors'
I Again I ask where is Fred Dennis U ho
Yours very tfub
I Oklahoma City. March 2S. C C MILLKK.
Blame It on the Home
ny noha com: skinnihi
the world grants
Is the most noble
and far reaching
calling of women
and for tho ages
to bo trusting to luck that tholr
children turn out r;ght and most
ot UieTn appear to demand' nothing
nf them merely relieved it tho.v
non i turn oui "wrong. tho cnii-
dren need not have nny purpose
In life need not hold their hoatU
high and resolve to bo somebody
or do (.onifthlng they need only
not disgraco tho family then father
and mother nro satisfied.
IUiIoch Bcctn with all our analyse
of boyH and girls that they aren't
much w'orso than their .parents. Tho
pnrcnta havo chosen tho easles
way. When thn children wero In-
fants and us each day camo ami
went then was tho tlmo parents
should have stayed with them
taught them obedience. Instilled stu-
dious and healthy habits and In-
spired them to so act nnd bo lvo
that they could be something In tho
woild and do something for tho
It's lots of trouble trnlnltig chil-
dren most too much troublo ror the
modern parent who doesn't liko to
stay nt homo and who doesn't count
training children her greatest
enlevement lis most mothers used
to do. 10 expect our teachera to
model anything llk'e. perfect char-
acters out of !- that parents have
allowed to hari'i for want of n
mother nnd father's touch Is ex-
pecting more thnn wo can ever get.
It Is ImpoFslble.
An nrtnj' officer who was mado
responsible for bringing tho physi-
cally unfit soldier up to nirmal
said: "If I could have started with
these boys In their Infancy I might
havo made well-nourished njldlo:-s
out of them but 1 began "J5 years
too lato to do any good."
The parents must lake the ie-
sponslblllty of their children good
or bad for thclrii Is the opportunity.
past to tile pres-
nt time a moth-
Ih the most
glorious work of
Ood and also tho
tho most glorl-
NiWcic Sk.rn.cr ot
ti child which Is tho most Important
work given to nnyona to perform
devolves mostly npoh tho mother
and therefore the training ot moth-
ers Is about tho most Important
win k that devolved upon the nation.
Tho pai.ers thn colleges tho so-
cial gntherlnt..''. all seem to bo full
of condemnation of tho young girls
ns wo moet and sea them tndny and
who In a fow short years -will be
tho mothers of the next generation
and all recm to be trying to find
tho cause of delinquency and nil
wnnt to find a cure.
When wo read so many different
opinlons.N we nre permitted to sec
thnt It is n puzzlo Indeed. It does
scorn though that tho t.aso of tho
trouble If trouble there be Is largely
due to the shifting of responsibility
of parents nnd tho chnngo In their
mode of living and thinking nnd
this lina earned a change In the
boys and glrlo.
For peoplo to nrgue that thu
schoobj aro responsible und try to
ray because tholr children are un-
der a teacher's control .for six hour
a day that teacher Is "responsible
lor their chnrncter habits and mode
of tbltlklng. Is tot) absurd.
That teacher has about CO such
children In lirr room tho pnrents
have two or three perhaps in their
home; those children are not under
tho teacher's control until they
hnvo first been under parental con-
trol and that Is often n teacher's
If parents cnnno get respect nnd
obedlenco from their two or three
Is It not demanding n grent deal of
u teacher to oxpect her to Instill Hint
respect and get thnt nhudlence frcm
60 inore or les of tho pn:no typo?
Why In fact should wo expect any-
thing from n tenclier In tlio way of
reforming habits that parents havn
allowed to grow from infancy un-
controlled? The boys and girls nf today re-
flect tbo Inner workings of tho home
and the teacher has no control over
that. It Ih tho father and mother's
duly to give tho child a right Btart.
live right themselvca and sacrifice
their own Indulgences and pleas-
urcR In an effort tn aid. Wero It
done tho Juvenile court might close
t ! ? er
.Must ntpluln rosM'sslon of Auto
Wnulcil In Klmoro City.
Sporltll to The World
M'Al.i:.STi:it .March 31. Tho al-
leged thoft of a ham at Cottonwood
Okla. led to tho capturo.of Harry
Zentis and his lC-year-old wife tit
Ashlaml Tuesday with n stolen cue.
When u woman
ham for n ham Is a hum in these
When Deputy Sheriff Nollun WIN
lis ot Ashland took tho couple Into
custody their youth and Iho condi-
tion of the car led lo suspicion.
From the state highway dtpartmcnt
It was learned that the car belonged
itair the parents we Know seem
4 ' Ofe. 1
Don't allow our politeness to slop
A boss Is ns necoSsary in bust-
iio) ns In politics.
Close obecrvoia nnd rubber-necks
aro cut from tlio sumo goods. .
It takes brains to distinguish be
tween truth nnd a Jumble of words.
'As a rule men nre not nulla so
bad nor women qulto so good as Is
KchnoiM should teach us how tn
get muro of tlio gravy In our
mouths and not so much on our
Our IdCo of
fpf AND ;f
sctep or c ght t'mcs nn' then run-
ning' In debt fcr a .awycr "'Vhcre
kin Dint elrt' ninlk !..? .Lu.i
II cz llcck Says:
"Atltnlstn coin In rlmrrh nln't
that'a her with
often pjnehed for spccdlnV
LIKE OLD TIMES
Br Tt Oil CM o Trlbuno.l
to Harnle Field at Mlmoro City.
Okla. and that tliero was n reward
offered for Uh recovery. It Is said
thnt Zentls confessed to tho theft of
the car. The couple wns taken to
Coalgate nntl held for further action
In the mntter.
GETS BIG END OF
(Juoln Is $.'00.1)1)0 Stock Subscrip-
tion to New Hallway.
Sprclal to The World
HAnTLKSVII.Li: March 31. The
sum ot $SOrj00O has been allotted as
Iiartlesv Die's quota of stock. In the
proposed Northeastern Oklahoma
company's rnllway lino or nbout
twice tho amount to be subscribed
by any other city on the lino. Faw-
huska considering tho Mzc ot tlio
city has a large quota (270000
while Miami must kick In witli $210-
000. The stock allotments for other
towns on tho routo arc: Welch $19-
000; Centrnlla $7000; Nownta
The contract provides for nn elec-
tric railway from Miami to rawhui-
ha by way of Nowata nnd Iiartles-
ville a dlstanco of 105 jnllcs. Tho
company ngiccs to run both freight
and passenger trains ami to furnish
tho road with electric motors and
suitable rolling stock. The track' Is
to bo of 70-pound steel rails laid nn
n sound roadbed. A detailed cstl-
niato of tho total cost for tho road
In $3503613.41. Of this amount tho
ZI miles east of IlartlesviUo Is esti-
mated to cost $7Sli.GE9.8: and tho
33 miles from Nownta to Welch Is
estimated to cost $1107606.50.
Tho IlartlesviUo committee to pro-
mote the Kiln ot stock tn this city
Is composed of F. M. Ovcrlccs W. W.
Jones nnd H. D. Ucorge.
Slim Missed Somctlilng.
Tlio company clerk had been rep-
rimanded by tha rst sergeant on
several occasions and ho was begin-
ning to havo a chronic grouch. One
cvenlne he cnnin into the comnativ
I quartern looking gloomier
COUPLE IN JAIL
"wnatsii matter. Hllmv " asked ni
buddy. "You inusta been liavln'
soma more hard luck?"
"Hard luck?" said Slim. "I'll sav
t had hard luck. The company
commander came around this morn-
ing nnd bawled out thn top and I
wasn't theio to hear It." Thu
nt Cottonwood gave
that tbo hnm had
Knew That llcfnrc
"Don't you know that tho
.1 . T I .
i.An. bu r non in i.oiiiiun in inuru iieono mini
nJ ' !'"V '""' "nery of state I that of New York?" remarked the
wan put In motion to mover the I l'nstlahninn.
"Of com so I do." replied thn
American. "I havo often tried to
make a Londoner neo tho point of
a N'cw York Jokp"
On Sale Today at
SEE COMPLETE LIST ON
Come in and we will gladly play
them for you. '
CALL Oil WnlTl"
lnevcuui til ttoitfii
marryln fc- money
A. 1. CIUrK Manager
117 South Main O-mge 3133.3131
hc'' said Lafe IJuJ.
Th stars Inches but do not eomni
Cpt. lilt bj JJcCJur. NintiM
b'nttirilny April I 1022
This is rather mi un et a
according to astrology v
Mcrmry and Venus aro li
aspect early In tho mortnij i .
und Jupiter nro adters- a
hours ot business.
They who speculate wb .
configuration prevails w.II i
deed April fools.
There Is n sign pnrtl.-iilf
liter In regard to dealing! w -s
women who nro supposi d t
larcu evep witn vcnits In
It is hardly necesenrv to p l
that It is not nn nuxphioua
weddings sltico tvt only l
fairs hut contracts of cirr
Hro badly ruled
writers snouitl no ex
careful what they put o.i taf
iv i ii m jiuiiiriHij gut ro -
In operation for libel suits i
It Is predicted that mil' h v
published In tho Hno of
of wotnoti who will dlar ;
mnny of thUr mldlc mtwi
Warning Is given that i
will engage more than or lit.
tentlou nt this tlmo whm
lines will give way to Ind' p.
principles In spring rlectioni
It In not a promising day for ot'
who seek positions or promuti" a o
Agnln predictions nro nup'o V'ist
bus.nesn difficulties will be ti t v
men nnd women who hru Ix 1 no.
sltlons In t lie sun.
Disloyally may be cxpc
men 'wiiti aro leaders of
whether In political or labor
Tho planet Mars not fat f rrt
tho fifth house In tho win "; t
tho king of Knglaml wl.l o jr
a contlnunnco of tho liberal no! .
clcs thnt havo matked tho rcis of
Again warning Is given of
tlemlcs durlns tho spring season
and tho people should prop.vn for
a summer exceedingly trying n the
Persons whose blrthdalo P t
havo tho nugnary ' a bus and
successful yctr In business bu tlity
must "iiot speculate.
Children born on th's dn a-n
likely to be clever gencroun aerl In-
ilUBtrka. They will rise c k y
In any inrcer they select
Tlu- 1'ark Ate. News
Spoarts. A orange eating or.ini
took plaro last Wcnsdav I.eroy
Shooster Sam Cross. Fudn Sir. pKini
and Denny Fottn all trying to nt
who npuld cat their orango tho r rs-
I'uil Slmklns coming In feint snd
llcnny I'otts comipR in last hut
claiming he won on account uc..ng
tho only ono that ate tho seed anil
Things You Awt In Know June !
the ferst month of sumnio arc
BindlcFfl nf tho wenthcr. After n iil-
pole terns Into n frog It Is inn nre
to tern bacjt ngen proving mo ant
to look before you iccp.
Poem by Skinny Mart.n
Ho Happy Wllo You Slay
Did the hen como bofore the rge
Or the egg before the lieu''
O I cat them both with a smhe on
And dont caro wy or wen.
Lcrn to wlasle correckly o" of a
rhampeoti wlnslor. A few m.i '
dav will work wonders Ken I.8W
' Davis for rates and hours i r-cr-
Tost nnd Founnd. Ist - n
nlfo with ono blado broak at d
blado missing. I.oscr has a K"'S
Ideer who found It. so finder i.r tr
rctcrn It soon nnd avoid scard
.V Fault of The Deceased
Her Second Husband: " "
always complaining? It wnsn nr
essary for you to remarry m
"Yes I know I was wrong o
mnrry. If only my husband hid
been with mo when you pmi ued.
ho would never havo pcrmitf i it
ANo Has 1'owcr.
Son; "Fnther what's the d 'for-
ence between majority nml moo
Father' "Well a mnjori'v r ir
my boy. but a minority tclis "0f
to ilo so."
I I I kX VU
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