The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 20, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 21, 1922 Page: 4 of 22
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY OCTOBER 21 1922
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Me Thoiifhls for Todau
rw sham nn hatisfikdi Te ahaii eat ih
idinty and be eatlefled mill pralee the nam
at the Iorl vour Hod thai hath dealt Won
droualy wiio you: nnd iy people ahall never be
aMinmed. Joel I:2(.
Who are tho anna of riod 7 Romans J.M
tiii: :ii.vmi:i.i:on candidatis.
There la a reptile known to almtat everyone
Which possesses n quality that has thlia tar baf-
flail l It aclMittat. Thla reptllw la called the
Chameleon and enjoys the peculiar ability to
Ohnnge Iti color to conform to the inatrrlnl It is
adjAcnnt to; thin concealing Its true oonfor-
rnatlon ft Dntly occurrences In llm present Mato 'cam-
paign prove lioy oml a iiucaltuii ot a ilnulit that
iaek Wnltnn rociiinilruollnn-aodilliit enmlliluto
(or Kovcrnor hna iicrerlvrd thn ailvnntnijo Ilia
ahnmloon Ima nnd la nmulatliiK that trench-
crou reptllo In Mn qtifat for voten.
When llm full Iniquity of th anMlnr honui
b'lll ho hail rrnfil to b Inltliitoil waa rlrat ill'i-
voveroil nnil th liualnora InltTnaU of tlio "Into
I'lpeclnlly tlio l"llt cotmmw'lonnl illntrlul nmu
in miiso nxnltmt It Wnltnn canio lir nnil ox-
)inliicil tlint lio (1 111 not Intond th nolilli-r hoiiuo
.variously; Hint h ivu nut for It nnil Mint hu hml
jAkcn tha pnlti!. to sta tlmt a Jnkor wi written
Into It that uouM imikH II uncnnatltutlonal In
fens tho pcoplo voted tor It.
.? Ily audi illnhonwit rxplnnntlona ho wna on-
allied to hold many demucratn of tha oil rcglona
"fp him. Ilia factotum In Tulan. Doctor llynuin.
Jfna worn thi cnrpot off tha npproimh to demo.
C'ratlo oil man In recent iluye imstirliiK them
Ibat tlio reconatructlon candidate wii.i prrpur
itiK to double crix.i thn H(icl;illntH nnil fiirmvr
nd thn Inborlnif muni Unit hu could Im do
jiendcd on to fostor tho plana ot bualnraa nnd nt
'tlio iitmo tlqin'liold tlio ruillculn In chCck
In fact It haa coma to thu alilhbolcth of tho
Walton uilvocatea ovorytthere "Wnltou dooin't
"hieftii It" rrR0.rdlcnn of what It won Wulton waa
kylnR or hud aald. If he aald aomolhtnit which
gave the trade union boya unenaln tho ox-
Cplanntlon waa "Jack didn't mean It." Tt fioino-
tlilnir wfta stlil that offunilfd tho fnrinwa ngnlw
It waa "Juclc ilooan't niann It" And nil tho whllo
fila piiaayfootura nnd Intrlruera hftVo been In
Jho hinrt of the (tri'ttt ltuluntrlal section 0f Okla-
homa oxpliilninii to tho bulnea mon that "Jnck
doen't moan It."
In hla upcoch ut ICIncfUher Saturday how-
bver tho reconatructlon candidate It hla orsan
IP Tulta U to Mo relied on burned hla brtdlfea
liehlnd him nnd urKed mipport'for Ida aoldlcr
J)inu Iniquity which ho had tola" tho Tulna oil
mon lie cud not Htann lor nnil niii :irniiiKeii
Tiavo dccliired unconitltutlonnl In cnno It enr-
oled Head thin from tho Tutaa reconatruotlun
orwan on tho Walton KinKfUdmr upeoch:
j In hla pcechea In KlnRflaher county tho
f dcmocrntlo nomlnoo aiimiKly uiKfd Unit hla
henrciH votu for thu aoldlura' bonus bill. Ho
di'Olnrfd ho la tho imo cnudlilatn for buv-
. emor who Iiiim luoposod nnd worked for nny
definite rollef for tho veturnna of tho World
war. In view of thu fulluro ut national
. i bunua Ivgltdutlon ho mid It wna ull thn mnru
tiuccxaary Hint Oklnhoniu not.
"Tho oponltlon churgon that this lettliiln-
tlqn will placn a hurdmi upon tho back ot
K jatpayora. That la not trim. Tha fnrmetH
nml workers do not imy ono cunt toward
that bonus. It Is u tnx upon th war
There you nrol That oimht to bo clear onouuh
for tho domucrnts of porthiMist UHlahoma to
iiulrntniul without tho aid ot any l'hlladelphla
lawyer. Thin JGO.OCiO.UOU U to be raised with-
out coat to tho Kenernl public; It Is to ho mined
ljy taking It from tho "war irofltefin" tho war
profiteers lielut the snme oil men and mining
mon and laigo employers of labor In tho In-
dustrial region of tho atato that Walton nnd
Ills hsnchmon havo ben baneechlne for com-
Wo wondar Juat how much uvldeuco the
'democrats ut this saclloti ot the tmte raally
want to convince them that Uiy aro faolni;
an ulloged democraUo oandldRta who In not only
'not n domoorut but abaalutoly imdopemlablo
nnd r poattlve tnenare to the state and their
I'OMTICS VITA 1 1 TO ALU
j- One hoars all too troquently aome dlapri!llii
remark co certilnn polltlcaand political activity.
They nre thoughilMis apeakare who thus refer
to th moat vitally Interesting phHae of Hit
human activity! There la not too much politics
being played but too few people playing. That
"is the great difficulty.
1 I'ollllcs Is the foundation ot every other
Jiuinnn activity. Society in Its every meaning.
Industry commerce education rellKlon ovory-
thlng dependi upon polities. It thereforo be-
Jiooves every oltiicn to senrcli lilnttmlf In re-
Npcct to thla vitally Important activity and pre-
paro lo discharge conscluntlously his obligation
( to himself to his family and to his Mate.
Tho various orgunlratlons representing the
various political partlen are In fact engaged In
fcH most laudublo enterprise. They neck to In-
rest tho citizens reek to aid him In comply.
Ing with the law and thus . preparing for his
brief but vastly Important n.nmcnt in the sane-
tua y of the ballet box.
Th''c oit'anlzntions owe u viry ttubsiauiml
lu . ' i 1 1.' rr- . mI 'n ho
i . .pin'" pi- i ' -i f.ir gr rg ct tii v (
a-id I'MOi' to ui.'ie In ni 1'net on p.iii t rj s e
Hint the vol is sully net and bom si Iv counted '
Juat na It la east j
Ijurlnf tha neat few weak the political or
ganlaatlons will he unutualty active. Help
them. Tom must in tha nature ot thlnge yield
more nr leas allegiance to the principles of one
or Ihe other of iheae organisations els you
batorna largely Ineffective In governmental
mattera. Take tha time to prepare yourself to
discharge your rltisenahip obligations then do so
Ilka a patriot anil a true sovereign.
IIAMKIll.li AR A li:i(ilil!lt Ol I'KilllllUt.
Thoen who heard C. N. Ilaakell quote figures
volubly during hla recant Tulan speech nhouM
rad thi following extract from a otory in
Tha Klnancial World written by n. wall-known
writer on financial mattera.
The author was dlecuaalng the condition t
several oil oompenlm an measured by their
bookkeeping practices. He then turned hln nt-
tanton tn tha Middle Rtalea Oil eorporation the
Well-known llnskell company allying In part:
Ilea Is a rompany which reports not a
rail cant rash liability for anything under
ihr nun. either fur llM-lf or any subsidiary.
Its slatrmetila (nil lis Htatements ore ' con-
solidated" fftatemeiita imdudlnc aubal-
iHhNos) ahow not a penny owing I for any
properties not a cent owing on lakea cur-
rent or accrued not a pfennig for pay roll or
supplies not a limine kopeck owing fop
anything whatsoever. Its only llabllltltii are
uapltal rtock nifiiltiHl "reaerve" and "aur.
Much n atatntiient was Issued to and by
Hie New York Hliick Kxi-bnnga for the Mid-
dle Htalea Oil uorporatloti us of Jnnimry 1
1120 (Uecember 1 113). The statement
Inelitdeil certain Ilradley itropertleM hh He
tn nt tho III-fHted rxnip of Hut kburnett
Texas but omitted to mention hm liability
that largo aums writ still owing on th
All thin legerdemain ot reporting nseiils
but no llnblllMe.i wna suavely explained to
me nnd thereby h.Miga a tnln or n lull us
you prefer. C. N. Iliidkell Is n vety elover
ex-lawyer a former governor of the elnto
of Oklahoma when It flret emerged from
territorial days nnd ways and a keen bur
gainer In an oil-land deal lie Is thn '.etui
of tho enterprise. Ha has nllled himself
' with n crowd ot extraordinary slock mar
kot operators nnd tho combination Is hard
to bent. They have conceived llm Idea "If
selling thn puhllo stock and tho .Middle
Htati'M Oil (orporatlon la the vehicle for
stock foiling. An Ingenlout yet very lm-
pl and open-faced plan has been hit upon
which permits thn books to show very large
protlta very low liabilities or none; huge as-
sets frequent stork dividends all ot them
aids which liclji sell slock.
Coino back now to thn story Mr. Ilimkell
one day In 1920 explained to mo how tt Is
that the Mlddln HlntcH Oil corporation can
report proportlos an nesets yet report no
liabilities thereon oven when huge sum
nro owing mi tho purchasing price of thn
property. Whatovor d owing Ii owing by
n "syndicate" not by tho corporation or Itn
eillwildlurlea. How tho company can re
port not ii red cent owing on nny cash lia-
bility nnd "Kot nwiiy with It" wan iilso
euavely explnlpud Hucli bills n tha cor
poratlon owes or Its subsidiaries aro dis-
counted In advance. That still does not x-
plnln nwnv nccrued tax blllo which cannot
lie discounted In itilvntico.
With that kind of bookkeeping It Is nit
profit or nearly nil profit Tho word
''profits" Is a Joke nnd to discuss "profits"
with that kind ot bookkeeping lends a dig
nlty which Is altogether absent from tho
Oklnhomans need no reminder that Haskell's
balance sheet of political ictlvltlc Is made In n
elmllnr manner all nssctN nnd no liabilities.
"Juggling" Diet Is tho word that explains tho
Haskell methods ot handling figures of nil
And he ndvUus Oklahumn democrats how to
AITI'.XI) TO YODIt .TTri:NSIlII
Tor a 10-ilny- period now October 18 to 28
tho registration otflcca In Oklahoma aro open
to sorvo those voters who for nay reason have
failed hitherto to qualify for the exercise ot
their altlaenehlp duties next month
Kvcrv citizen must bo registered In order to
vote. It makes no difference whnt you tuny
tiyitik ot this law It Is the law and It will bo
observed. Tho fact that you have nn old regis-
tration certlftoato under ditto ot another year
will not rellovo you. If you did not register In
duly of this year thin iippllon to Tubia county
you must register during this 10-dny period If
jou would voo. And you ought to want to voto
or ought to vote In nny event whether you
want to do so or not. It Is nn obligation.
litfortH are being put forth to bring about n
full registration during tho next week. Homo
precinct In this city havo ns high as four score
legal voters who ate unregistered Many ot our
Copytlght 1K2: by Kdgar A. Clilect.
TO THU LITTLE BA11Y
You know your mother that's plain ns day
Hut those wide blue ayen of you seom to any
When I bend over voiir crib: "Now who
It'e little figure I cut r know
And faces trouble a baby so
Hut I'm the glnddeet of nil tho glad
You're t months old. nnd you see us smile. .
And I know you are wondering nil tho while
Whoever on earth can these people bo
You've learned our mother; you know her
w . ..
When hunger tatlleH the dinner bell.
Hut smch' ot otheyou cannot place
Aa yet I'm but one of tho pasalng throng
Th- i-dilutm people who como along
And pause at your crib and you eeem to any
"I know ono vblco that Is sweet to hear
I know her step when tnv mother' pear
I know her wonderful smile but who
"You nlways come with the enmo old grin
Your finger's rough when you tloklo my chin
Hut you run nway when I Ktnrt to cry
Don't understand when vlsltom call
Why vou'ro so nfrnld they will let me fall;
You aro tho queerest; of all tho queer
It'si true that over your crib I stand
And tlck(o your chin with my rough old hand
And I run nwny when you stnrt to cry
Ilnvo n right to my qiKer little funny ways
To bnnet yolir worth nnd to. - Hind your prnlse
For I nm tho gladdest of tho glud -Your
p. ..e wer r r ng i'ie i miner the and
'tic r ei rv.i mM ' 1 1 frli . N
AH sbo.ild f iter. If In d iubt ns to where
yoil are ' reglwter tall eomo one c( the tele-
phone numbers given in the news columns or
even call Tho World. The necessary Informa-
tion win be given you.
ht OTIS I.OItlON.
Illinois pomsles tn punish by death ml g:.ind
thlevee will h shown Hut Illinois feels that sbe
must depend more nnd more upon her old in h
flapper's frock Is now velvet aays n fash on
note. In comment the girl on Mouth Main eats
she ha been plnylng on velvet (or tho last 1 i
About Ihe only explanation we rnn mnke for
the small attendance at the meetings of !!.
southwest business mt Is that T'il hiili
men were just too busy tn spars the time.
In the fare of n (SO cut on Ills cars it wlb
lake aomebody with more uvldene than has
yet been prexetitwl to convince n that Mr l ord
la Ifxdng UOu.OOO a month on his railroad
After following the New Jersey fi of Itnll
and Mills for aaverf.l leaguM wo are Imllmd to
ihe belief that nnyhody who will undertnke to
c press their amorous sentiments on paper Is
a darned chump.
Tho Muskoage Tlmes-Deinocnlt Is cuAotis to
know who 1m the moat useful citizen In that city
and la Marling u contest to determine. Theie
are others on the sidelines who would also like
to know the answer
Does anybody know what became of C N
Haskell after he caught the rear end of nn out
ward bound fast trnln one night In Tnln Innt
week? Homebody Intimated that he would stop
In Mtaeottrl to make some political epeet hes
for which candidate for the senate wn nro no'
advised but thn papers) up there don't socm to
be reporting them.
Aocordlng to Muskogee papers 13. C. Motter
purmicd Ida wlfo nnd 11-year-old daughter to
thn home of ii. friend with nn empty shotgun
tho other evening. If this be true President
Harding nnil Atturnoy-Oenornl Daugherty have
picked tho wrong man ns their personal repre-
sentative In Oklahoma. Common political sense
tells tid that no representative of the adminis-
tration would bo permitted lo chasu oven a per-
suii.il enemy with on empty shotgun.
Harometcr of Public Opinion
On Old .Mihjcul.
IMIIor World: Wo urn prone to find fault
with even thing theso days at least whero wo
dlsacree with opinions expiessed.
Wo rend violent accusations of ICu-Klux nnd
KnlKhts 0f ColumbiiH. r know nothing of thu
Ku-Klux and not being a Catholic cnu know
nothing of tho Knights of Columbus
The Kit-IClux ns I understand It 1 an
organization similar to the Vlgllntico committee
of California In 1849. A protest ngalnst lion-enfoj-coment
of law. Tho trouble Is private
Krinlges may bo thu result of their actions and
Ilouicmhf ring n I do th work of the Catho-
lic church and the Hlsiers of Charity during our
Civil war. 1 cannot bellevo the evil things mid
of the KnlghtN of Columbus. A church of prac-
tical Christianity such na thu Catholic church
would not produce un ovll and dangerous or-
gant7iitlnn When our wnr began In 1801 wo had no
trained nurses. Tho sisters appeared anil enrod
for sldk nnd wounded of both sides They cared
for nil. whether Catholic or I'rotestunt or of no
belief loiter on nurses volunteered but tho
brunt of tho first ouelnught was nursed by the
nuns. Then too tho work of tho K. C. to re-
lievo dltre during tha late war has been
shown to be tt great work. When n person Is
sturvlng or wounded ho or she Is not likely to
Inquire tho sect to which tho party giving help
Let us try to thlnl: thero is far moro good than
evil in tho world nnd wo will bo pretty nearly
Tulan Oct. 10. "JjillN SMITH."
Hdltor World: About a month moro endnone
of tho most exciting state campaigns over hold
In Oklahoma; and fruni an Industrial and eco-
mimical standpoint one of tho most Important.
Two yearn ago tho statu went republican
all on ono great Issue "Tho I.onguo of
-Nations" which was a national Istuc Tho
eenalblu democrats did not wish to tie up
America to police Iluropc. Ho by uniting with
tho republicans sent tho loaguo to tho Junk
pile. In this election thero aro three Important
issues that tho voter should tako into considera-
tion to decldo his or her voto Ilobertsonlsm
klantam and noclallsm. Tho first Ism has to
do with the present administration Ilavou't
tho pooplo had ovldonco enough to throw eus-
plclon upon Uovernor ltobortuon nnd his fol-
lowers. Lot us eo: About forty-two member
ot tho legislature voted to impeach him. An
Okmulgee grand Jury Indicted him and his
appointee Krcd Dennis. A Remlnole grand Jury
Indicted Lieutenant Onvcrnor Tropp. And
what was that about tho certificates sold to
negroea7 Now Mr Voter Mrs. Voter nnd
MIbh Voter would you bo willing to trust thin
bunch to look after your own personal mntters7
The governor Is out making speecho for Mayor
Walton and If tho mayor la elected Isn't there
n chnnce for this .earno bunch to get tholr
clammy fingers Into tho dough? Tills important
questlbn is up to tho voter nnd wo havo con-
fiding nnd abiding faith that they will do
their duty. Tho noxt Ihiub Is klanlsm or ICtl-
Mux Klanlsm. Now It Is a woll-known fact
that thn klan dictated both republican and
democratic tickets In Tulsa county nnd to a
certain extent in tho Mate. It Is a woll-known
fact that the klan nnd Its wympathlzern claim
tho right to punish a pereon guilty of law viola-
tion. Or In other words they claim tho right
to tuke one out nnd try him In their own way
nnd administer thu punishment thoy desire tn
Inflict. Wo are surprised to find so many good
men belonging to the klan. Wo say good men.
(lood men gone wrong. And that reminds us
that when a boy nt the time ot tho Civil war.
Wo Joined tho homo gunrds. Ono day tho drill
master told us we were going to make a good
soldier except we always cot off on tho wrong
foot. When ho .iM "loft" wo put our right
foot down so that kind a mixed thlnKH. Now
a fow words to the women voter. Wo know
you nro not Ku-Klux nnd our ndvlco to you Iic-
foro jou take much pnrt In politics Is to got n
copy of the constitution of tho United States.
Tho best government In tho world nnd read tt
thoroughly nnd then follow It nnd you will bo
100 per cent American. As we nald nbovo the
klan lu Tulsa county dictated both tlcke a
therefore wo say let us adjourn politics. We
laugh nt tho democrats becauso they havo n
platform and can't get tho would-be governor
to get on. Wo havo four cntulhtates for the
legislature that were marked right by the klan.
Now If said candidates aro klnnsmon or In sym-
pathy with the klan they should resign. It not
they should let tho votem know through pub-
lic opinion Ilemember tho republicans In their
Mate platform always have a nlnnk ac.iinst
mob violence We would artvlso all candidates
tor otrice. unices they l i n t moro of off co than
they do of honor to como out from under cover
anil give us aome chance to know how to vole.
Now as to socialism. You nil know the old
anclul party that used to condemn every word
nnd syllnblo of our xvstem of sovernmnnt.
Democrats nlways had less use for them than
tho republicans. Wo remember ono old socialist
lu Lincoln county nnd ho was a fair sample
inai useii 10 go up nnu uoivn mo meet saying.
"This system of government In rotten." Dur-
ing the World war he kept quiet.
Now there- Is n candidate for governor who
is a focinust running nn a socialist platform.
Will you votu for him? Wo havo too much faith
In tho pejplo of Oklahoma to think wo will
eve live under n eochillut ndn'.iistratlon
Hod I'ork Oc. 1. T. U. KNAIT
lii iiigj is liit ' 1
WAen )on ccntldtr yotrr income fax a ttrlout And alwayt tread your nch lo gt your
matlT not lo be IrifltJ with chtch maittd on lmt .
WA . Ai ''W --n
And tho lynwoytd ferrets In Wa$Slnilon ge
if with a mcroecape
JMisrAcnoN imm tmc
IhCONE TJl JJCPARTMOIT
OetONO PUtL AMD
w mtv? t wvu r
SfiM nisi mi &j i - )
You may bo tor: but yon eorlalnly loarn to havo
a profound respect or tho thorough way Iho Incomo
tax law It admlnlttorod
Fly Jnno Phelps.
that couldn't pay a girl a decent
Joyously she took her news to the
other two. And they rejoiced with
her Hho was now getting about
what eho was worth Cora told her.
"You'll never KOt moro until you
aro worth more" ho said "I con-
sider that a very fair salary for a
girl with no experience no reference
from nny employer. Yes" she ndded
"Mr. Knblnion has been very fair."
Now Nellie Insisted upon paying n
third of everything although It
loft her very Ilttlo for her personal
"I don't ce why someono doean't
Invent shoes that won't wear out"
sho grumbled "nnd clothes tUtt
don't fade and look so shabby."
Nelllo nlways looked ns well ns
possible In whnt she had Sho was
extremely neat kept her old shoes
ehlned her clothe woll brushed and
pressed. That sho often looked en-
viously nt other glrla her ago girls
who drc-figed almost stylishly even It
a Ilttlo moro conspicuously than was
In good i. auto for a working girl Is
not to be wondered nt. Hut sho never
until anything of this to Cora. Sho
made fun ot her looks her old
clothes. Tho o t Ii o r two neyer
dreamed ot any heartache because
A few days after her promleed
ralso Mr. Robinson kopt her later
than usual. The bookkeeper lin-
gered until finally his omployor
curtly told him he could go
After tho door cloaed upon him
Mr. Robinson turned to Nellie.
"My wife Is out to dinner tonight.
I shall dine at a restaurant. I want
you to como nnd keep me company.
I hato eating alone."
"Hut " to bo honest Nellie's
hesitation was because ot her
clothes. "I am afraid Cora will
"Nonsense! You'll bo home In an
hour or two. Wo'll have anything
you like broiled chicken nnd Ice
cream nro what glrla your age
usually ask for." Ho smiled nt her
a fatherly patronizing smile.
The mention of broiled chicken
and Ice cream decided Nelllo. She
would not bo very lato and she
couldn't resist. There was no use
trying. So she fluffed hor brown
hair before the little mirror put
on her shabby hat and coat and
went out with her employer.
IIn.d sho been looking eho might
have seen tho bookkeeper standing
In a doorway n ethey passed an
anxious look on his thin face
(To be continued.)
Nellie Is Lulled Out to Dinner.
Cora found her new position pleas
ant nnd much lie trvlnif. She ro-
celved thn samo ealary but eho would
bo under a financial strain tor some
time to como tho doctor'n bill what
she owed tins girls nndio on They
had talked about letting Mrs. Hakor
know Cora wns 1)1 then decided It
wasn't necossary when the doctor
told them that a good rest would
set her u H all right. So Uladys nnd
Nelllo hnif sent tho tmii.il nmount to
her but to do so had been compelled
to nsk Mrs. Thompson to wait. Now
thero wns that to mako up.
"lt'fl" awful easy to get behind."
Nellie sa d to Ol ulys "but tho dev-
il's own Job to cutch up."
"Don't say anything like that bo-
foro Cora. She's nwful sensitive
about things nnd feels badly enough
bccniiHu wo nnu to noip nor.
"Why nhouldn't wi? Mo anywnyl
Whero d I bo now If it wasn't for
her? Of courso r wouldn't nay ony-
thlnk like that tn her and I'm going
to atrlko my bona for moro money I
want to pay my full sharo and I
can't unices I get a raise."
True to hor word tho next mornlnj;
Nelllo nsked for a raise. Sho waited
until tho bookkeeper had gone to
lunch then wild:
'Mr. ltobhisoii do I suit you?"
"Yes .Miss Nelllo you have done
"Don't you think I can havo a
raleu? 1'vo got to. Cora was sick al-
most a month. She's tho girl I In-
troduced you to the day sho called
for me nnd sho'H been awful good to
me. Thoro Is another girl with us
too nnd I want to pay my eharo of
our oxpensos. I enn't on what you
glvo mo." Whenever Nelllo wtis
serious she used much better lan-
guage appeared older.
"Well. I'll think ubout it" Mr.
"Hut I can't wait! 1 havo to have
It right awny. I Into to leave you
but I'll havo to If I don't get more."
It was a threat that frlghtoncd Nellie
na soon as she had uttered It but
sho stood quietly nnd waited.
"All right. I'll make It t-3 al-
though bustnewi doesn't warrant It."
"Thank youl" was all Nelllo eald
but she wondered why ho couldn't
nfford It? Ho came to tha office
In a big tuorlng car and the day
his wlfo was thero she had looked
out tho window when sho left nnd
saw her get Into a llmouslno. Kunny
that folks who could havo things like
A be Martin
Editors See It!
let new wit
I The Ada News says tho only wav
i to cut down insurance rates Is to
cut down fires
There Isn't so much reverse Kng-
Hah on the Irish shots now declares
tho Knld Kagle.
When Pete Wood of the Man-
chester Journal finally decided to
swallow Candidate Walton Shawnee
platform and all he went tho whole
route and placed Walton's name nt
tho head of the ticket In his paper
In 13. point black face -type while
the rest of tho names were In ordin-
ary light faco 10-polnt. Wonder
what I'cto took for a "chaser" aeks
the Waklta Herald.
Now Torelgn 1'os.lago Regulation.
Business letters addressed to
polnta abroad and bearing Insuffl-
ctont postage do not now leavo this
country; they nre returned to the
sender from the mailing office
markod "Returned for Additional
Hostage.' The stamps originally
fixed will when tho letter Is aguln
mailed bo accepted to thor face
value toward payment of pontage.
Lon Moon wanta t' trade a eccond
hand car for u reliable horje. Hon-
oral Apathy has i ut moro men In
off 'it than all h' silver tousued
oratois put t'gether.
I Tt CUnio Trlbunr )
ftl'l ON y0UM
And pick yon up on any tlttlo dhertpanty
. 'Sit. F U
UNTIL A DECISION
. . Pita aTtMfMT".:
vs a j-'y i
Bpeclsl to The Worla.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Oct. 20.
Acting Mayor Donnelly today sus-
pended J. A. Klppey pollcoman
who wns chnrgocl with nbuilvo con-
duct toward A. J. Vance whom ho
nrrested nt a public meeting Saturday
night. Donnely mndn on Investi-
gation of tho matter thut dlsolosed
facte which fully substantiated
newgpapor reports of tho affair and
led to an ordT for n 30 days' sun-
pennlon of the officer. It was con-
clusively shown that the charge
lodged ngalnst Vnnco of being in-
toxicated was untrue and evidently
made by officers to shield them-
selves after their amazing nctloti.
It wns Indicated nt tho city hall
that Rlppoy would havo been dis-
missed from tho forco by Donnelly
aavo for tho belief that Mayor Wal-
ton would Immediately roappolnt
him upon hla arrival hero. A sus-
pension Is not revoked except by
consent of the commission.
Vnnee expressed himself tonight
ns being ratlsfled with tho result of
his coiiplalnt against the officer
hut eald that his opinion of political
police had not changed
The House' That
-111 stirs in (In but do fiui enr y.t
Cut 1I2 br llrriui riwit!;l Hilj
Saturday October 21 ltl!2
Friendly a;aV guide the ei r
this day according lo astroi lS
sun Venus Uranus and Hiti. g
all In strongly bcneflc gaped.
It Is a sway under whb h lo p rl
all Important affaire flnntuii d
They who eeek positions y
loi t of employment will bo - . y
Ro'de! if they make the mo t
I porltinlties presented whllo tn
1 f.irurntioii prevails
I All e'gns appear to Ind
widespread revival of buKin.
I thla time. Christmas trade t
Lu eis should Improve each .
1 Ing minute for thu pin.- tais v.
erntnent I bUleveii to tin . .
even tho most commonpla.-e p...
Imparting charm seldom nt'ati .
Theaters and all plsees of .mi
ment are well governed for tn.
pert gives success to playeis 1
money to producers.
Iibor l subject to hnrmo it g
Influences making for hotter n '
Mlnea and mining appear t
coming under better Influ-n - ;
The seers prophesy that co-op.. .
Hon will solvu all the big pr . n.i
of capital and labrlr. They fr.
progrcsa that ennbles employers ai .1
employea to share nitilcably tib
profits of fnctory nnd ahnp
Uranus Is In n placo that sb n.l
greatly beneflt anyone who sc. m to
sell his talents but varnlng Is gn n
that Iho tendency toward ck i i
encouraged by the rule should u
Weetern Oermany Is to '
from even moro serious indj i .1
troubles after the planetary i -Junction
of Mars and Uranus in In-
cembcr. Danger of serious trouble In J'j.
rope Is indicated by tho stare whl. 'i
aro read as pi cadging many dl
putes among tho powers.
l'crsonn whose Mrthdate It Is havs
tho nticury of tnsvel and change
thabwlll bring amusement and pr i-
perlty. Tho young will prohad y
hnvo a year of much romance.
Children born on this day aro "ke-
ly to bo original nnd gifted wl'h
tnlent for Invention Long lives that
will be surcrsful nnd useful are
foretold for them.
fK rT .4.
Tho l'nrlc Ave. News.
Slsslety. Mr. Chnrles (l'lids)
Slmklns Ii mnd at MIm Mary Wat-
kins on nccount of hor being mad
at him iind last Sunday she was
rottlnc on her frunt stops and he
Marled to wawk past proud without
looking at her and Jest then he had
to snoeze being tho only thing that
spoiled tho effect.
Intrlttlng l-'acks About Intrlstlng
Peeple. Sid Hunt linn a key to his
frunt door this weelc on nccount ot
tho cook being sick and his mother
not wanting to run and open the
door for him nil tho time tho result
being ho Is all tho time saying Ix-
cuse mo a mlnnlt nnd going In nnd
coming out agon Jest lo uso tho key.
Poem by Skinny Martin
Everything In Itn Place
I lovo to see a humbel bco
A buzzing errounfl tha flowers.
Hut when I heor one buzzing er-
round my hed
It makes mo nervlos for hours.
Lost and I'nund. Found A ladles
chest Pin with 3: diamonds In I'
posscrbly reel. Sco Lew Davis nitl
Stioarts. Sam Cross Ixpoets to ha.o
a old nutomobeel horn gave to h-n
saying ho'n going to put It on 1)
byslckcl to make peeple Jump out
ot tho way nnd then get mnd when
they sco Its ony him on his byslckel.
- American motor vehicles hnvo pre-
dominated In Japan ever slnco tho
flret car was Imported.
Music Is Essential
I W rPrice200 jt
tW . nianansiiM Abo
When You Purchase
a Victrola of Jenkins
you arc sure of satisfaction. At this store only do you
get Victor value and Victor quality PLUS Jenkins
service backed by Jenkins' guarantee.
Genuine Victrolas $25 to $890
A. T PIUI'K
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