The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 32, Ed. 1, Thursday, November 2, 1922 Page: 4 of 20
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TULSA DALLY WORLD THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2 1922
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BY THK WOULD I'LMtl.lSltlNO CO.
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VTic ThouiihlH for Todau
HOW iiKAimn'Ij; H"W bnnutlfitl urn the
of 'hem that pr. rh I h f peace.
1. 1 III Kind tidings of R'lilil thlflHUl
lino Coil mtpeet iin to .walk? (tn.
nrr o.vis Tin.vtj tws m.hk it
KHK npil Ihar from ovr tlia atatn an nc-
rfiHliiinil tolra la haaril tmprnilnit renin
' i i''ni"'rala ahoulil bolt thulr iilatform ami
K iii' riminrial ranillilaia. Than man rnraletvi
'ik.. of current facta and hlatnrlc verltlaa In
ii it iK'tirteil manner urK Ihelr fallowa lo
n'li k ly Ui pnrty ami ltn prlnrlpleH."
Tli la la nmnnltiK login from every atanilpnlnt.
U ;n lieyolid tlm pule (if liixlrnl poxilbllltlaa titr
nnv nifin In prove" that Jack WhIiihi Ik a letno-
. rut or hi platform democracy. The welRht
of ovlilenca la to tlm precise contrary tlmt
Walton. If ha ever waa a Oninocrnt liaeniiiR
not only an npnntnlo nhnn lie roJeotNl tho
ilrmoorntlo plutforin anil minounceil lila rtil-
licrcncu lo the Hhnwnio plHlfoim lint wnn n
i nnapiinlnr ngnlnet the il e in oc ratio party when
lie J. lined with Nnjrle Hheliluii Amerlmeer nml
(lei.rga Wlleon to "enpturo tlm ilamocriitlo
parly nml thua inukn It tho vehlnln fur em'iirlni:
control of I tin etntn In the Inteiont of tho ie
yilKN Critco Ncublt Owen or nny of
the other ileinonrata nrgliiK aitpport of
Walton nml the Hli.iwnrn pint form make Hiich
appeal they nro iiecen'orlrn nftcr the fnct to
Ihle conspiracy fiRiilliet ilomocrnoy 11 tut ilemii-
willo prlnclplea. Their nmumunt followed
carefully provea thli concluelvely
A3 M ATTI.HH BTANI) ON Till 1JVH Oi'"
UM'K'TIO.V WALTON AND HIS HHAIVNHK
I'LAWOILM Aim TUB OPI'OHITI'.H OV 1)1!-
MOOUAOV. TI113V CAN ONM' 111 MADI
linMOCHACY OK HO.MH NIW ANI HTHANOl
MNTAOK COMI'OBi:!) OP Till COMt'OHNDU
OK SOCIALISM. NONl'AUTIHAN-I.HAdtJniHM
AND HKD ItADlCAMH.M 11V DIJ.MOCItATH
HI.CCT1NO ONI AND THUS (IIV1NO D12MO-
ritATIC ORTHODOXY TO Till OTIll.lt.
Tho almplo ltilli of tho mutter I' t horn la no
pnrtlsnnlum lia fho term lma been .U'li'led In
Oklahoma In the pnatIn thla riwnpnlKU
Tho ilemopr.ttla pnity la without n Kubernn
lorlnl rnmlMntn or n plntform wlillo tho repub
lican party haa offered n namllilato who pro-
pora a coalition mlmlnUtrutlon In tho Intorrali
of tho wholo peoplo mid eapeclnlly no n imviim
of reilocmlutr tlm ntntu from otio menace nml
ilrfendliiK It utuliiHt unother; nud.thla candidate
lma irom tho very flral moment of tho cam-
paign atood on a platform democratic In nil ro-
apecta euve namu alone
rpllK attitude of thiwe domocrala who uipo
Hiiuport of Wnllon nnil hie Hhawneo platform
on the Krounda that etlpport of Klulda menna u
nupport of tho republican purly rumlurlN ono
of tlw nttltiido of tho ultrn-lrlih fuutlona who
KUpported (lermnny In (li late war kIvIiik h
ihelr Impoaelblo excuae that to luivo supported
the altlea and naaoclated power In flihtliiR tho
i-iimmon enemy of all mankind would have
been to support KiiKhindl
The campaign In Oklahoma now drawing; to
a loso It In all roe ihh-Im very similar to tho al-
'ied defonelvo moVBiiumt ajfninst war-ornaed
ilcrrnnuy. Rrery cltlsen who lielleven In one or
(ho other of the two grout omatlltitlonal par-
tea la atandlni; ahoulder to ahoulder nolimt
tho rndlcaU of North Dakota who came Into
'ho hi no In pursuit of a uonaplrAoy to capture
'ho democratic party flra unit thereby cap-
urc the Rovarnlne mandate
oVKllV cltlsan who ballavot In ordarly kov-
tiinment umltir" which each oltlaeu atanda
' o a level win) la opposed to class Hoverumeiu
.ii' who Is equally oppoeed to a pn(ernalltlc
K rnmctit; who believe In limnvity n public
nf.mrH who belloven the present Mate ndmlnie-
" i m lias been and la a taenaco to the elate;
uho fr.ira the defiant declaration of tho tier-
man rndlcal Amerlnr when lie nhouted with
(;! c ' Wu will have tlie governor wo will have
t'i elealan machinery nml wo will have the
un. ' are atandltiR In Iinrmonloua ranks urx-
i g Hie iiuotlon of John Klelda precisely an did
no tr.inpa of the alllaa ntld AMOOlated pewcra
'ml aipmroly behind th supremo command
f General Koah.
IMrtlsanUm )nn been adjourned In Oklahoma
urtll thla fight Is won and the danger avoided
Orlv 'ho democrats themlvea can make Wal-
Cilsni and Shawnee plalform otthodnx
The nartlcavlllo Kntorprlso recently laauetl a
hundaomo special edition honoring tlm Twenty-
fifth birthday of tho community In which It la
puhllmhed Tho edition wat n distinct credit to
both the shop and the olty.
Uartlcsvlllo haa long been known as "the
blKRcst little city In Oklahoma" a phrase which
aptly describes the community Tho first town
In the state to feel the leavening influrii' o of
oil It became the first stop of most of the
present-day big tlgurca lit the world of pctra-
'. Jin ii i .ri'ii"ii'.l iti P'iih r'liier ly
Midi Of i I ." r f.i 'ft' it o'lii'l ".inmut'l-
III llli'l " Ml hit in in y h f! to rut I' h I I f .
1 !m Woil. I uk almost nit kern ft pride In
llm llnnvilln aa In lla own magnificent lty.
That statement however appllea to All in"
northeast Okluhoma destined to speedily he-
roine a beehive of industry avtry community
of which will ha tied lo Talea by bond of com-
merce aoi Irly and tfanportatlon.
Tha World concmiuUtaa Ilia Mnlrnrla on
lla jtnninraary edition flanlwavllla on lla po-
ataaion of a nawtpnpar of auoh axoallanca and
all Oklahoma on lha poaataalon of both.
H AMICIllt.t:H IHMIOCHATT
Oarar Ainerlnair editor of the Oklahoma
leader the Marger-Townlay paper of Oklahoma
City that la lha reconstruct Inn candidate' or-
thodox and accepted organ; the one papar aalda
from the Tulsa afternoon papr that M whole-
heartedly aiipportlng tho raconatnietlon con
splracy in a recent pamphlet labeled "Democ-
racy" espnaaea hla opinion of the democratic
enalor Luther Harrison one of Oklahoma's
well-known democratic leaders writer nml
speaker known by thouaanila nf Tulsa ne In a
pamphlet analysing the raronatrucllon inuve-
ment. refers (n Amorlnger "ona of the bora-from-wlthln
boya who recently took oontrol of
Hie democratic paity." and tiiotea AmirlnK'i '
eatltnale of the demm rn'to party aa follows:
"llio ili'intirnillf purlr N Hit' rntlcnct In
Aiiicilcii. Ilin t'i hi lt It-it i pnity It fur
I'li'imiT. Hiimi icr. ir liml In auiilliitt Hit'
ilciiiiii'mllo pull) tint )cnr na ptiblli! pj-
ilioliiK)' luuglit hi Hint I lilt N Ilin IiikIoiiI
)iuir lur tho ilciniii iiilH lo win. 'I bat It
vt Ii) ttti liiin M'liftiil Hit ili'itiiit'rotlt! purl)
nt tin1 iHillllrnl M'lilclo by ini'iiiit nf itlilili
ttc Impu In in IT) tnir pitiKriini nut III Okla-
homa." After thus uit In ic the aorlal revolutlnnlat
who la one or the principal men back of Wal-
ton Senator Harrison ask" "Who Is Ame-
rlngerT" Then answers hlmtelt:
"A Townley borer.
"A dlaolple and etuitent of Victor Ilerger.
"An eilllnr nt tho Oklahomi l.eniler.
"The man who said;
"WIS 1IAVH Till". MIMTtA!"
Mom: oi 'inn sami; kind.
There Is nothing mirprlnlng In the report that
tlm Wo'ton-Ilohertaoii machine It demanding
Hint tho banks of tho ntate donate to tho re-
construction campaign treasury Of course tbt
card Is being played and played nt n trump.
It li.it nlways been played In state campaigns
anil tlm consequence It the wldoaprond wreck-
ago of the etntn bunking system nml tho dissi-
pation of the state guaranty fund.
The careful reader will remember the lcgle.
latlvn InveetlRnllon of tho stntn treasurer's offlco
a year ago when the slnte treasurer admitted
mi tho stand that he had turned hit mulling
lists over to the campaign committee and au-
thorized It to sign his namo to a certain form
telegram which went to every bank having a
statu deposit asking that bank to contribute
to the democratic campaign.
Thero was never any MUcsllon about It at all.
The treasurer contented hlmeelf by denying that
ho had sourfbt to punish any bank which failed
to respond to tho "re'iutwt" and slated that ho
was only following a vractlce which bad be.
coma universal This Is the deplorable situa-
tion which tile votrs aro called on lo remedy
by their votes
It Is porfeelly absurd to even think of clean-
ing tho slatehousn of Its barnaolet of graft and
corruption by electing a candidate whether ho
bo a rt'coustriictlonlst socialist nonpartisan
longucr. republican or democrat who works
hand anilglove with tho present stntehouso re
gime and who us n matter of course pledged
to defend protect and oven pardon If necessary
any member of that rcglmo who may come
afoul of tho law later on
This attempt more nr Itwt eitccesaful you can
bet to force tho financial Institutions of tho
state to flnanco tho reconstruction conspiracy
ought lo be positive proof of tho dnngc-r that
exists In llio Wttlton-ltoberlson reconstruction
There seem lo bo two kinds of figures In tho
last day of thla campaign. Those based on Im
partial reports from all countlen and those of
fered by certain gentlemen who want to bet you
a million. Only the ovent Itself can ilemonslrnto
which figures are dependable. Tho anmo fel
Iowa wanted to bet on the Yanks.
"Moyd (leorCH likens law to nulot oyeter"
toads the headline. Hut did I.loyd (Jeorge over
oome In contact with any other kind of an (
lor nml If so. IikwIiiU section of the world T
Copyilght 1 0 a U by Udgar A. Ouoat.
1 am no grinning optimist that IaukIis at
grief mid cure;
Life sends ut buidrtia now and then that are
-most difficult to bear.
My failures take my smile away and when
my woes f .ill fast and thick
And disappointment cornea to tne I fre-
iiuently am known to kick;
I grumble when I'm Justified and when fate
hurts me 1 complain;
It lit I'm not one who sltH and acowls and
mopes about a little rain
Some cares there are which make me fret and
take the y right nut of ine;
I'll rulae a goncl old-fashioned growl when
things aren't aa they ought to be;
Hut this I say. It haa to be a real sTrlef to
make me blue
Soma trouble that 1 couldn't stop In spltn of
all that I could tin.
O'er broken hoptta antl ruined plana and shat.
tered vUloiia I'll complain
Hut I'll not aob and High and ecowl about a
day or two of rain.
I'll take the weather as It comes and plod
along my little way
And though It's ruining cats and dogs I'll
wnever hao a word to say.
I'll save my scowls and frowns and klcka for
honest hurts and honest woes
And nut i moping round the world because
It ratna ir It . Is or snows
Kor wiim at lad I o abou and tell my
ear lily tuo igam
I'd ha'o to let the nnrcli know I'd kicked
about a Halo ra n
nt ona untioN.
" Nowadaya when vou see a red-heaiM glti
look out for a flivver
The ruin came at an opportune time. W
were ao dry that we bad begun to warp.
Among the mtt notable linpersonallont n
tha Halloween mawiueraile were the portrait ;s
of that popular potentate King "Corn."
frnsi a personal observation of the slum
windows It would pe pretty haul fur n plain
clotheamtn to get "sultwl" in Tulsa.
All candidates are trying to beat the olbe
fellow In drilling Into the nay annd tills week
Several of fee holes look like dusters.
Aa we understand It. the etildamlc of eI.ukI
rnbbarlen In Chicago haa caused several tin-
aena of that city to seek temporary abode else-
If the contest In Muskogee was for the nom
ination of her most famous citizen we would
propewo tht name of Joe Turner. He oan eat
morn fish mulligan at one sitting than nny
Muskogee citizen we know of.
Thoso who have watched his career wonder If
Eugene Kerr will have 1 tie ssme succor In
running anil finally tllspoalng of the Okmulgee
Democrat a ha had In lite Muskogee news-
Will .1iffV L'a1tftn "t.it. Mo Until Atvnv" In
MltHl ' . f lila nUndnn n. I n hum nnrtUi..l .
Tulan men? From what we have heard ituth
in ntii inn ninti ti jiinn wnti win stanti tor 11
unless guaranteed a big slice of alimony.
The girl on South Main says she found the
best way to disguise herself nt the Halloween
party was to put tin long skirts. She got the
Idea from the fact that tho men who warm
ho street oornera wera not familiar with her
Haromclcr of Public Opinion
Tint Daddy of It All.
IMItor World: A. C. Townley notorious
radical who organized tho band which ruined
he slute of North Dakota between tho years of
1916 and HI21 struck that state In 1013 with
est than .1 In cash. Ho was an Itinerant ped
dler. Ily mingling with the farmers to whom
ho wim selling bis warrs ho found that they
wrro dissatisfied and wanted to band them
selves together for political purposes and ho
Irttimeil the nonpartisan league dream wnicii
gave Ihom their opportunity. This would hove
been nil well and good If they had aeloctvu 0110
of their own class na n leader hut by hook or
crook Townley became their leader a man who
knew nosltlvelv nothing of their nroblems. nml
with their aid ho became absoluta monarch 01
their organization. His followers In North Da-
kota wero unthinking but loyal and ho led
them into the fold of tno r. w. w.'s ami radi
cal socialists n.t tho quickest and enelest way
to Influence accepting nit his ndvleor euch
men as Walter Thomas Mills tho most notable
nt all notorious radicals an ardent advocate qf
free love and sovlctlsm; I. N. Hhldoti wno
rendered valuable assistance In tho rape of
North D.ikotn ami was then sent to Oklahoma
In 1917 ns an organizer of tho reconstruction
movement In tlili slate where bo fleeced tho
farmers for memberships at $ 1 it a throw; l'at
Naglo the rankest of ruiik radical who went
from Oklahoma to assist Townley In .North Da
knta anil became such 1111 apt student that ho
uis sent back here to wrlto editorials for the
socialist Oklahoma Leader tolling farmers how
to overthrow orderly and organized government
and eilbittltuta socialism unit to wrlto specchCB
for bis uttdarstuily J. c. Walton CAiulldate for
governor on his dictated tilatiurm; Dun llog.in.
who also Jollied Townley from the good old. state
of Arkansas antl afterwards sent to Oklahoma
lifter he had proved himself a master socialist
tiy his nltendanca nt tho lamgus socialist con-
vention In St. Louis where he served on tho
rceolutlonn committee with Katn Iltchard
O'Haro which committee branded Wood row
Wilson ns the greatest tyrant the world over
raw nml resnlvrd that the socialists would do
everything In their power to nvado tho tlrnft
and aid others to do so which resulted In mi
many socialist being sent to federal prison
under tho provisiontt of the cspionngo net.
Theso mon natlstcd Townley In ravaging tint
farmers of North Dakota anil so manipulated
Hint state that Townley mada millions of tlol
In re before ho was dethroned by tho recall of
Governor Frnzler In 1H21.
Theso men aro advising Oklahoma farmers
to Join them In the anticipated depredations in
thla state. Study their records and detormlno
whether you desire to lie Known ns a memncr
of their gang. They offer only pro ml ten that
rapnot possibly ho carried out and tell you
mill even 11 uiey c.tnnoi tioiiver mo goons ;ney
at least promise to do ho. Their caudidnto j
C. Walton admits bin urogram cannot be car
rletl out when he says in hla speoches that lro
does not intend to establish a otate-owned bank
but to create a banking board to handle tho
people's tax money That Is exactly what
Townley did In North Dakoja when ho organ-
ized tho Industrial commission which wrecked
the Sciindluavlau-Amerlcan bank at l'argo. In
which the taxpayers lost mora than fix million
dollar paid to the stale ns taxes
Thero Is not a doubt but the farmers of Okla-
homa who belong to the reconstruction league
are honntt and earnest and loyal In their sup-
port of their now organization but they do not
rtMllto that they aro being manipulated for tho
profit and political preferment of thoso who
aro riding their w.igon for the satisfaction u
ttpir own ambitions nml have no real Interes
Id them or In their calling. For Instance wha
doca tlio candidate on Ilia Shawnee nlntforn
know of tho problems of the farmers of this
state? What does vat Nagle. Oscar Amerlnec
and I. N. Sheldon editor of the Rcennstrue
tlonlst know or care concerning tho problem
of farm llf no long ns he mnkm his living oft
tho farmers by writing editorials utilising thoni
to vote for Walton icnliln good loyal mem-
bers of the reconstruction league and contrlbuto
regularly to tho upkeep of tho Reconstruction-
1st and tho Oklahoma Leader
It Is believed that enough farmers have stud
led this question and rebelcd against Townlcy's
program In Oklahoma to defeat his nlms nml
desires at the polls on the "til of November
l'otvau Oct. 31 JttSSH 0. CUHO.
l.txiklng nt John Henry.
Hdltor World: r read the articles from the
pen of ono John Henry from Oklahoma City
nnd believe me Mr. Kdttor it rounds like what
I heard years ngo nt a circus when they
charged you A cents to listen in 11 phonograph
and you could hear the ravings nf the orazy
John McCullough the actor. Jlut the ravings
nf John Henry nro different only lu ono way and
that Is you don't havo tt pay only for your
paper to hoar him and his language sounds
Mke tho hiiiiw plnee ho ciilltt hell. Now I have
always thought that The World was na fair 111
Its dealings to people as any paper nnd to be
frank and honest I bellevo it hat got any paper
beat In Oklahoma and when 1 am In Oklahoma
City I always go and get The World to read
good news. And to Mr. John Henry I will bet
that If you were lo meet any man fact to face
and he would call your bluff you would run
homo and bide behind your good wife's or
mother's sklrt for protection. Antl you say
that you are not a Catholic. Well we all know
that you aro not by the way you write and I
will sav moro than that. Tint Catholic church
doesn't want nny aueh people ns you In It be-
cause the likes of ou would run good people
awav from the church. And the K. K. H. doesn't
want you and would not have you ns a gift.
Hut t Hope that the K. K K. will get you some
dark night and take you out nnd mako you
cry for your mother and then como back and
wnsh the tlli't anil filth off thalr h.iiula that they
get off you.
Now John Henry I don't bolong to the K
K K nml I nm no Catholic but I hate to rend
tho writings of such an Ignorant fellow ns vou
Now Mr Kditor if any of John Henrys
irienus or no wains to Know wno t nm you
can tell them that I live on a lease Just three
miles eat of Sapulpa and my namo Is
TOM MILTON KINGSTON.
Saoulpa Oct. 27.
OUR FOREIGN ENTANGLEMENT
Ily. .Iniio Iiielpe.
Niillo Is Kiillmtlnstlc
"Oh Coral It's Just wondcrfull"
sho exclaimed na soon ns she saw
her "Ho wns so nlc but no fool-
Ishness nothing but business!"
"Walt until wo got Inside dear-
Kvcryone Is looking at us" Cora
counseled. "Thero now" nt tlicy
found a table by thcmselvos "toll
mn nil about It."
Thero wasn't much to tell yet
Nellie miulo quite a graphic talo of
It. Ho told mo to cat a good lunch-
eon and 1 told him that was what
you had tpld mo to do. Then ho
asked who you were and I told him.
Cora laughed when Nclllo said she
had told Mr. ration sho couldn't
help being young then her faco
"Don't think I nm scolding Nellie
but don'.t'joko too much during busi-
ness hours. It might work against
"He smiled nt me. said to bo
Ihnnkful I wns young and healthy.
Hut I'll remember." Then: "Ho
didn't say a word about pay Cora."
"Ho probably didn't think It necessary-
Miss Mrllrblo acts as his
Qk-ent In tho matter und sho told
"I gttes.t that's It!" Nellie sighed
Inpplly. then dovoted herself ex-
clusively to lunch' Sho nnil Cora
planned a short walk beforo they
returned to work.
"Weil tlo this every pleasant
day" Cora said as they talked of
how nlco It was to bit so near each
other "I always get back five min-
utes bcfoiu my tlmo la up. It la
better than taking chances on being
"I'll do that too! Oh Cora Just
pray I suit them!" Nellie said ferv-
ently ns they parted.
The afternoon passed quickly. Mr.
Fallon kept her very busy and when
It came tlmo to go sho was very
tired. Tho excitement tho anxiety
to please had Kept her nt a nervous
pitch all day. Hut Just as ho closed
his desk her cnief said:
"You havo done remarkably well
for one tmnrcustomed to my work.
Mls.t Mcllrlde seldom makes a mis-
take." Nellie forgot sho was tired forgot
everything hut his praise. That it
Included Miss Mcllrlde perhaps
wna meant more for her mndo Nel-
llo none tho less grateful. Sho looked
so happy w'hen alio told the girls
that Oladys said:
"Don't let yourself get too en
thusiastic. Nellie. Tho blow would
bo all tlm harder to bear If you
found vou didn't suit Tho first
day's work Is usually light."
"Thern wasn't nnytiiing ngnt in
Ihe way ho kept me hustling I can
t ell yo u ! I was so tired before ho
inot had much of a trip says the
! Tho traveling library did much to
sprvnd civilization but at that It
wasn't ns effective ns tho travollng
salesman suggests tho Oklahomnn.
Somo folks are universally dis
liked an' others get excused 'cnusu
its "Jest titer way." ' We'd go lots
moro n wo do. but we'10 hampered
with a homo" said Mrs. Lafe Hud
rif The Chlcsro Trtbuns.l
all print the names of the partici-
pants. Tho editor handed him tho
list. Tho r.amo of the son of the In-
dignant rltlzen was among tho flriit
that met hla horrified gaze. It goes
without saying thnt his views under-
went a complete change Instantly.
snld I hail dono well I didn't know
how 1 was going to get home. Hut
now I'm not tired a bit. Oh Isn't It
wonderful! Antl how glad I am I
mndo Mr Hoblnson sign that refer-
ence Mr. Fallon said Miss Jlc-
Hrldo told him my refcrenco was all
that could bo desired."
"It was certainly clover In you"
"Antl It w.ib truo! I wanted to
blow my own horn but I tried to
say nothing that wasn't absolutely
"Well now let's get supper. Cora
It going out with William. Ho
couldn't come Saturday night be-
cause of his mother."
"Say Olady.t whatever shall' we
do If Cora marries Iilm7"
"I don't think you need worry.
He's poor and hi; a family to-take
cure of. I wish sho might mnrry
him he's nn awfully nlco fellow
nnd Cora deserves a home. She's
Just tho sort to need ono. Hut she
If: 3K ZNM
Ma was sewln a buttln on my coat
last night making the 3rd tlmo this
week but not for tho eamo buttln.
and pop was smoaktng nnd
and ma sed Thcres one
mother to look after too.
cant stand and thots
I guess thcro'a no chnnco of their1" 1 """d wlto was black
Tlinn! lmn't I. niin WAI
Ink no matter If
that almost every girl 1 know helps ! Every 'm" "ce Uvr wo
support somoono? Tho papers talk 1 M'ma Identlclo argewme
ti.nl. ullllal unit wnta nn
wats stilish and wnta not ami Its
norfecklv rcdlcullss because she has
nooiu out tuning me places men
should havo because thoy havo fam-
ilies to euro for. I bellevo Just as
many girls und women help support
a family as men. Wo don't talk
about It. and they do."
"What do the men want us to
do sturve?" Nclllo naked.
"No I don't think they want that.
Hut thoy fecm to think many of us
could live at homo without work or
If necessary go us house-servants or
sempstresses; tho only two occupa-
tions men havo not coma to think
belong to them- Thoso nnd schbol
teaching nnd bo few nro fitted for
"I guess wo hnvo as much right lo
Ihe ns tho men!" Nclllo snld Indig-
nantly. "Antl I think girls do their
work Just as well!"
"Some do " Olady.t replied
cryptically then called; "Dinner's
ready flora' Come on or you'll keep
TomorriiH-r-A Clint About a Wom-
about aa mutch stile as a polceco-
man up 11 back street.
Kven so thnts hardly a reason to
plnce her among tho lost soles pop
sed Hvorythlng la according to tlio
point of view and you awt to bo
broad minded enuft to glvn other
peeple a rlto to their own view points
I do generally but she's Jett a
mass of concentrated Ignornnts ma
Thata a fine way to speck about
a sister human being Jest because
she likes hem stitching on her glovca
nnd you dont pop sed nnd mi v sed
Well nil rite 1 slpposo I nwtent to
bo narro. Ill invite her nnd !Jr. Jes-
Editors See It
The Knld News suggests that now
Is tho time for father to paste this
sign on tho uutsulo of his wallet:
"Not to bo opened beforo Christ-
Wonder If .any good over came
from tho old fashioned nystcm of
education whereby we wero required
to "speak a piece" one Friday fit
each month Inquires the Hartlesvllle
When n man with but a single
Idea grin where ho It going he has
Horo Is a bit nf sarcasm from the
ilva Hecord: Four Incomes In the
I'nlted Statco during 1921 nro said
to havo exceeded flvo million dollars.
All of tnese men wero fnrmers.
If John Fields came to your homo
for dinner ho wouldn't wear his over-
alls nnd ho'd have his fingernails
cleaned Therefore according to the
T-D'a weighty argument ho Is unfit
to be governor soy.t tho Muskogee
When It comes to putting In or
leaving out Items of a newspaper
the attitude of most peoplo Is llko
that of a prominent citizen In the
northern part of Oklahoma which oj
exchange tells nbout. A social affair
Wo nro exclusive Pianola dis-
tributors for tho southwest.
Cnl! nr wrlto for catalog antl
Information nf our easy pay-
lof some kind had ended lu a general
; free-for-all fight which wna most
disgraceful to all concerned. Said
prominent citizen filled with right-
eous Indignation next day hied him-
self to the newspaper offlco and In-
sisted that as n means of frowning
on such things the editor publish ul
full account of tho affair und above
Hi iUi ini-Mit fiul do nut fr npmti
Cpt ln. by McClitr Ntwipftttr 8rDdM
I 'lliiirstlay October a 1 1122
1 Tlu.t It rather nn unreitaln day
a. . tirding to astrology Winle t .
us 1111. 1 Neptuno are in benei' .1.
pect. Saturn Is strongly adoric
Tho hours of buHlics appear
be 1non.1t vd by n planet tttokcni
' new labor troubles.
1 The signs seem to Indicate U it
wltletpivad organization of si
societies will lake place under I'm
I Inspiration of foreign emlssin.es.
Warning Is given that Hols unl
.serious uprisings may be tin fiji.
como of evil propaganda wlibit w 1
bo prevalent at this time.
r'niiirn It In n plm most tliri .1.
etilng to old traditions ami seeim 1
promise tho overthrow of polllm .ti
who ndhoro to old-time sfandird-
The early morning should l.e f.i-
orablo for the desires antl nmhl'iort
of women who should push the
affairs before noon.
Neptuno Is supposed to Impart
vision 11111! foresight whila this rule
Sensitive persons may suffer fror.
depiesslon nt this lime which will
bring forebodings of futmo troubles
domestic or national.
Naval officers should benefit from
this away of the stars which Indi-
cates promotions and large responsi-
bilities. Heal oatnto dealers should uatC
the signs of tho times which nro At
special Interest to them.
Itnre mniclnUHnpim Is betil in ha
I emphasized by tho rule nf the elms
nt mis ume wneu lucre win ue n
strong tendency for hyphenate 1
Americans to organize.
Love of materlnl comforts will be
Lncccnted by this direction of tho
pinncis nnil mucii cjiiitivniitiiicc may
Persons whoso birth dale It l
have tho augury of a happy year
In tho family but they should cafe
guard their property Interest. The.
young will Incline to romance
Children born on this day may
havo very evontful lives In which
they may reach the hcgnla. OlrH
may enjoy supreme tuccefs In ca-
reers thnt bring them much before
slp up if you sny so goodnlss know
sho fished hard enuff for an Imi-
tation this aftlrnoon.
Dont misunderstand mo. I dw.t
(.Alnn.'M It 'nlm. In tvtrfitncs. tinn . I.
As a matter of fact I wouldent liam
that fellow Jesslp erround the houso
for a million tlollers u mlnnlt. lies
the werlds champion dumb bell nnd
ho gets worso lnsted of better IJvery
tlmo 1 mention tennis ho cuts In wi'h
a lot of foolishness nbout golf and
eny man who thinks golf Is better
than tennis deserves my Blmpntby
nnd dont get It he ed.
Hut William wy dont you bo broad
mlnficd yourself nnd let him think
wit ho wunts. I thawt you sed every-
body should bo allowed to do wat
they wunt with their own viewpoint
That dum hell nover had a view
point In his life pop sed.
lice heo ma sed lafflng. And sho
kepp on sewing juy bultln on abd
pop got behind tho spoartlng page.
BAUMAN IS BRANCHING OUT
Homo Dcoorntltur Company Is Now
JVlablltlictl lu New Quarters
Unlarglng his stock and making
his place of business In evory way
what Its namo Implies I'. W. Ilau-
man of tho Home Decorating n m-
l.any has moved his establishment
from 311 south Hostou to tho sturo
building Just south of tho Kctchum
hotel at Cll South Main street.
Starting in a smi.ll way several
years ago Hauman has exanded hm
business as Its growth and progress
constantly demanded Not only th-t
dictates of fashion but knowledgo
of art In homo furnishing and of
line and color Influence him In
stocking his establishment.
The Home Decorating company
It now established In tho atoro for-
merly occupied by a part of -the
llotser-Caseboer Furnltura com-
pany. Canada hat no lets than 587 fur
Tho wages of labor on railroad"!
In Austria have Increased 12000 lifer
cent over tho pre-war rate. '
she's say It
It was blue
With Bench and $18
-Worth of Music
At this modest figure) Jim ran now nwn n OKXt'INI I'lAN'OLA
mndo by tho world rcnonncil Aeolian Company originators of tho
This splendid Instrument has a beautiful sparkling tonn nnd Is high
quality lu every ref.peet. It will gho musical satisfaction nnd
lasting service; wo guarantee- It nbsoliiloly. Cntetl In choice tun-
liognny rich In color nml fluUh
CRI PI' MKT.
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