Saturday Morning Advertiser (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 43, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 15, 1922 Page: 4 of 8
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Saturday Morninu Advertiser
DISTIUIU'TIH) FliKi: In the city of
Dnrant because of liberal patronage
of advertlvrri In thin community. Look
for It every Friday afternoon.
PubllMicil nt 114 North Third At.
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Foreign Advrllnin Krnrpiirntnttv
THE AVI ttlCAN I'iU.JS ASSOCIATION
SATTHDAV. AIMUL l.".. V.t'22
our forlign co.mi'Ltitoh.s
The "tciO tinde in tlii- country has
been healing that Geminii sUcl
matuifnctiners aii' about to enter the
Amu nan maikcts on a huge -calc.
bringing cuttlnoat juices. And now
Euro Stinne-s step (Hit fiom the
tmopheic of tuniur and announcL's
that he ha- l.l.UOii tons of steel rails
ready on the dock- at Hamburg
which he is offeiing fur delivery in
America at lower than the American
To make 1000 tons of steel lails in
this country requires the labor of
6000 men for one day.
If Stlnnss in stead of an Ameri-
can steel mill gets the order for
15000 tons of rails it will mean that
6000 American steel workmen will be
idle for 15 days.
On a larger or smaller scale that
is the effect when any of us buys
abroad at a cheaper price something
that could be made in America.
Charles M. Schwab chairman of
the Bethlehem Steel Corporation!
aays an ounce of gold today buys the
labor of an American workman for
The same ounce of gold buys 50
hours of labor in England 96 hours
in Japan 117 hours in France and
S02 hours in Germany.
The labor cost in manufacturing is
according to these figures 12 times
aa high in America as in Germany
This is largely exchange based on
the gold standard of money.
Last year to protect American
workmen against a flood of millions
of low-waged foreigners pouring in-
to our country and demoralizing
wages congress passed a bill re
The foreign workmen barred from
America have stayed at home. They
work there their products flowing
into our markets. Automatically this
throws Americans out of jobs just as
thoroughly as if the labor competi-
tion were allowed to enter.
Just how much that competition
amounts to cannot be estimated ex-
actly. But it is large. And it is bound
to increase as European countries
get their machinery of production
back to normal.
"Why should not a drunken man
driving an automobile who kills some
one in consequence of his irrespon-
sible or drunken condition be tried for
murder the same as if ho had killed
his victim with a gun?" nsks an ex-
change nothing that the Maryland
legislature is considering a bill which
would make killing by a drunken
man in nn automobile inditable ns
first degree murder.
It i- piolnble that all states will be
driven to some enactment of this I
kind m piotcclion of the public be-
fore the menme of the diunken driver
Such a statute would only empha-
size the pnnciplc of law that no mat-
ter how mentally iiiesponslblc a ninn j
may be fiom dunking he is neverthe-
less fully i ('sponsible for what he
does in violation of the laws.
Eveiy man i- pie.-umed to intend
the (oniMiiuncc-. of bis acts and so
every automobile diiver who gets
drunk and maims or kill- some one '
else should be held to stliet account-1
abilitj. for his ciime.
Minder i- the Killing of a human
being with malice afoiethought. '
either cpiesed or implied. While
the diunken diiver may not have'
formed the intent to kill a specific1
person he has deliberately chosen to
be reckless in regaul to human life
generally so that his lecklessness
amount to implied malice.
This is a piinciplc of common law
independent of statutes.
In ev cry ca-e. w here an nutomo- j
bile driver kill- another person if
there is nny evidence of recklessness I
on the part of the driver ho should
be indicted for murder.
When such indictments become
common there will be fewer victims
of drunken or otherwise negligent!
automobile diiver--. !
i . '
i- RAILROAD RATES
In the legulntion of interstate com-'
mirce. the power and right of con-
gress to control interstate railroad
rates is mote clearly discernable that
the fedeial supiemacy in some other
fields. Units this right exists the
states might and doubtlcs would
unduly and unjustly discriminate
against interstate commerce.
And s0 the United States supreme
couit holds that "commerce is a
unit with no state lines."
The states may bewail the disap-
pearance of another portion of their
sovereignty but in no other way is
it practicable to secure uniformity
of rates for carrier in interstate '
SOME NOTABLE FAILURES
The suspension of a New York
brokerage film one of whose mem-
bers was John Burke n former treas-
ure of the United States a position
in which he acquitted himself cred-
itably shows that success is public
life is not an infallible sign that one
will make a hit in private business.
There was General Giant for in-
staiKe. After nchiovi.ig the highest
honor-' dining the nvil win. nnd ser-
ving eight cats as pii'sidcnt he
foimed a p.titnership with an unmi-
tigated iicctil who-o knavery
vviei ki ilthe fnm. Wept awn.v Gi.iut's
mall fdi tune and hastimd Ins death.
The gciiii.'il. who wa- a pom judge of
human natiue. had allovud himself
to be duped by a fla hy logtie.
Mi Kinliy. bif.iie hemming pie-i
ilei.t was Miiulmk involved in ti-
iiiiik ml doubles and was only ns-
lUed fiom Ihi m tlinnii'h the getiei-
osit.v of d( vottd hit nils.
lioheit Mollis the fmaiuier of the
.vnieiiiaii levolutiou iluil in a
dibtoi'x piison and Jay Cooke who
floatid the Civil war fallul with
such a eiakh that it piecipitated the
panic of 1S7X
These were all men of high honor.
E-Tre.tstirer Iluike will find that
thete are plenty of precedents for
his own troubles.
A boy filly was born the other day
on the Riddle farm at Lexington. Ky.
She is more interested just now in
maintaining a balance on her rather
rickety legs than she is in her pedi-
gree which is a long affair splashed
But horse lovers are concerned
mightly over the young lady's ap-
pearance because they know her fath-
er. She is the first colt sired by
Man O War.
What will future hold for this un-
named daughter of the king of the
turf and her patrician mother Mas-
querader? Will she upset the ancient
tradition that anthropologists advance-in
histories of human kind and
horsemen in racing animals that the
first child is not the best?
Not only tradition but some recent
statistics discount any glowing pro-
phecy for her success.
Fred W. Putman of the Minnesota
railroad commission says that the
railroads by high rates have lost in
18 months 23 per cent of business
they might have had at low rates.
One estimate dealing with something
that n?ver existed is probably as good
Hut no one can deny that high
freight rates in the midst of a period
of generally falling prices helps to
Only a certain per cent of the pub-
lic's income can be spent for trans-
portation. Freight charges regulate
volume of traffic.
NO POISON FOR HIM.
A bootlegger was arrested in
Omaha. Judge Wippick of the police
court made him this proposition:
"If you will drink a glass of your own
hootch I'll turn you loose."
The bootlegger quickly replied
"I'll go to jail."
He had more sense than the peo-
ple to whom he had sold his poison-
The Irish seem to prefer confusion
The income tax is the newest white
Some men aie gicat and others
giate on you.
Introspection will somcliccs change
:i man' outlook.
It might be more popular if it were
not called the bonus
The Reds will never succeed be-
cause at heart they aie yellow.
He quiet. Congress is trying to re-
duce the sie of the army.
One-thiid of what most of us know
says an exchange is untrue.
"Who killed John Barleycorn?"
asks and exchange. Is he dead?
Eggs aie much cheaper except in
the high priced restaurants.
Hating a man won't change his
character but it will affect yours.
Emma Goldman is now longing for
the fieedoni which she scorned when
she had it.
Money talks and sometimes it in-
duces a minister to accept a call to
a new church.
"Germany Faces Ruin" says a
headline. Why doesn't she tum
Europe seems to regard the money
we loaned her during the war a bon-'
The early bild ucd to get the
worm and now he gets a place to
park hik car.
American airships seem to be
nbout as unsafe as German subma-
rines used to be.
Filipinos believe in ghosts says a
news item. So do we if they walk re-
gularly. More trouble. Farmers say they
are going to plant fewer watermel-
ons this year.
A correspondent wants to know
what a quandary is. That's what
congress is in.
THE SATURDAY MORNING ADVERTISER
The farmers nfked for succor at
congress treated them like sucker
Build air castle? if you like. Y-
won't have to pay taxes on then
n i v hancre -n;- tlci were few
lit iii.i' 'u.iiigle- m 'lit old days of
Another "i" tide aim .! tiying to i
down a la .- 'ha -oii.ctimis it ti.i
out 'ii In i'.i
Ye- along at "lit this time of i
wo tisu.'ihv have ue v.Uithor tl
makes lop'e tall:.
Well. !(' Pan- get- thiough 1
forming the modi in dnrce let's :&
another lex k at it.
You have ob-eivid. of course th.'i
(ongu'ssnun hav( 'otcd themselves .
bonus fot free sud-
The alius won't pay us what the
owe u. and are tiying to keep Ger-
many from laving what she owt
Chief Justice Taft -ays the countrv
has all the lawyer.- it needs. Mr
Taft does not exiect to run for- of-
Judge Landis will give all his time
to baseball from now on. But he is
to get $42000 a year for it so why
The man who lets the hypocrite-
keep him out of church is respect-
fully reminded that there are hypo
crites in hell too.
Some of the old-fashioned people
who said they just couldn't get
along without a little whiskey in the
house know better now.
An exchange has an editorial on
"A Comfortable Religion." Some
people seem to prefer the kind that
makes them uncomfortable.
Among those who think the coun
try is going to the dickens is the
office holder who is afraid he is go
ing to be defeated for re-election.
Some of these days says an ex
change the Engilsh people may start
a movement for home rule. They arc
tired of being ruled by the Welsh and
The life of a coal miner seems to
be just one strike after another.
I.et us hope the Egyptians will not
find their new liberty another sort
Another nice thing about bobbed
hair is that you can be sure there
isn't a rat in it.
Anntbnr fhnn onf of IncU is ?fcp
ex-service man settinir down ar.d
waiting on his bonus.
Some of these fellows who are
trying to secinc Muscle Shoals Htm
to have nothing but nerve.
Thev si.ttliwl the trnnble in Si nth
Africa before most of us found cut
what it was all about.
There is little better luck than find-
ing that our last summer suit will
be good for another season.
A Chicago man was sent to an
asylum because he had a passion for
going mound circles withoit git-
ting anvvhcie. They might v ive
sent him to congic.
Congic'sswoman Robertson .iVs
she is n Republican because Arduvv
Jackson put her giaudfather in i.nl.
And an exchimpe snys this i a let-
ter !caon than many people cai. eve
for their choice of a party.
DEACON The Good Book tells us
.MORRILL that if a man docs not
MUSES: love his neighbor whom
lie has seen he is not likely to love
the Unseen God. If n man does not
work loyally for his home town what
state and national patriotism car. wo
expect fiom him?
RUDE RURAL RHYMES
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The Apple Cure
To legulnte the human gi?7aul
and all man's frame fiom A to i?ard
the good rod apple is a wizzard. When
Mother Eva picked her lunch I'll say
she had the pioper hunch. The one
she ate found a c(d in it. and hav-
ing sneaked it out of Filer -he
planted and so I wist became the fir-t
pomologist. ami put one over oi her
paidner who thought him-elf the mlv
gaidenor. To cat eaih thy a juicy
pome will keep the doctor from jour
home So shed jour night-hut 'ne
betimes and pick yourself a Golden
Grimes. No more I ween will old Doc
Gieen come ramping up in his mach-
ine nil set to amputate my spleen. No
more he'll jab with hand ovpeit to
find the spots he knows will hurt
N longer overwork his biain and all
its fine ball-bearings strain deteim-
ining a diagnosis before he tells me
what the dose is. Instead of PilN of
varied size I'm eating Winesap. Yorks
nnd Spies. And you I hope will fol-
low suit ar.d fill yourself with whole-
" ... m
:: THE OFFICE CAT
:: a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a
i (!i v o a bill-
1 i. ) r" 'he. one
filllH 'ii e C along I"
T5i.M . ... .
W( c im.ol o
l I ' "(II I s (lll.p- I
.1 nut 'he gioci i
' g 'hm 'vi pay din
. - . j- th i.rly fd'.iWi
i f - ..!. h le l' l Sting!
-i ) - t .' tioiiibu'ii" plav-
i:vr do Yof .scito-i: m:
'urtleimn: W.l! you piece m ml
i a specimen vopy of the Farm
'..(hiiiiie. I vvoiild like a sample of
Farm Mechanics ury much. I
- 'ciiely tils; that you will mail me
ample copy of Farm .Mechanics a"
i want to s(e a sjicumen of your
i.iim Mechanics very much. Yours
i -y truly etc
If God had filled the rivers with
l.iticy soft diinks men would be mak-
rg pure water ar.d telling it at
l.ve cents a glas.
The Bo1-? "Do you think you can
His Nibs "Well. I'll try. I used to
pitmer on the school baseball team
i.rd jesterday 1 pitched horseshoes!"
"Seen any delightful early robins
"Yess. a few have been after my
ADD SIGNS OF SPRING
Female cinnamon color canary
iv ants to mate. Walnut 192C
i "Take a handful of interest in
ivcrything. That is the best recipe
tor happiness." says a noted states-
'nian. Now we know why money
lenders are such a cheery crowd.
LET GEORGE DO IT
' Billy: 'I am so tired. You know.
I am studying for a lawyer."
i Milly: "Why don't you let the old
itr.ing study for himself?"
I Rhode Island inyentor has perfect-
id a new radio device by which he
i an "listen in" on telephone convex
i -aliens. Nothing new in this Any
woman on a party wire can do the
i OUT OF DATE
i This is silk week. Red Flannel
i week has not been celebrated for sev-
Bentnce Come home early dar-
ling I've got something I want to
talk to ou about.
Benedict I suppose that means
you want to talk to me about some-
thing you haven't got?
A POPULAR BRAND
The new girl at the perfumery
counter had uccived her training in
a bookstore She hadn't been long I
on her new job when a customer
after looking over the display pick-
ed u)i a bottle and aaked. "Is this a
irood luand of mi fume?"
"That madam i one of our six '
best smellei- " de'larcd the new
"Today I had a great surprise"
Thus spoke one O-car White;
"I bought some safety matches and
One out cf -en would 1-ght!"
GIRLS OI YESTERDAY'.
Wheie aie the girl- if yesterday
Who seemed so fair?
Better n member them so I -ay
And '.cave them there.
WORTH WAITING FOR
Pticy Have you wild fih?
Dealer We have none ready. But
if you'll wait I'll piovoke one.
It maj be me he never told a lie;
but Geoige didn't have to make out
income tax blank.
Old Lady Tell me. my poor fel-
low what was the most horrible sight
you -aw while in the trenches?
Soldier The sergeant's face when
I up.et nis bottle of gin.
Heie's an item you might repeat:
The fir-t bathtub in the United
States was built in Cincinnati and
'installed m a home there in 1812.
.It was made of mahogany lined with
sheet lead and vva- proudly exhibited
J by it- owner at a Christmas party.
I The next day it was denounced ill
'the newspapers a a luxurious un-
Then came the medical men and de-
clared it a menace to health. In
ls-43. Philadelphia tried to prohibit
bathing beiwcin November 1 and
March IV by uidinance In 1S45
Boston made bathing unlawful except
I when piescnbed by a physician. Vir
ginia taxed batntubs 53 n year.
We know ome small boy who
don't favor n bath tub in these times.
"The philosopher says that all
things come to him who waits."
"How about a little work on the
side while waiting?
UlltttttttXtXUtttttllXtltltttl speculatirs who purchased nf
H.ilnllblo tbolr m.. '
it T - . - s J- m 1 fMr t XI
t t M it f$ M m M M ll M M M H n tt
iT.ikin fiom a bulletin i-sucu oy me
... i r
iKiiKKiniic i ongic's-ionai v-oiu-
mittie at Washington )
I'm ident Hnnlmg's "sajings" in
the (hewing gum adveiti-cnu tits aie
na'Iy not as philosophical ns the av-
i aire .iving in that line of adveitis-
Im ( o-iuiK nting on nn alleged at-
Umit at hand in one piecinct at
lui-a. the Woild boasts that no re-
publicin ever attempted an election
fiaud in Oklahoma. The statement
iuabe technically correct for when
they counted out Bill Cross for dele-
gate to congress and gave the certi-
ficate to a republican there was no
"attempt" it was successfully ac-
complished. Another reason why farmers
should be happy is that the mort-
gage loan companies have agreed to;
raie the "commission on loans an
additional one per cent. Of course
the burdened farmer can't pay any
more but he will lose his property
quicker under the higher rate and
get his education on what repub-
lican "normalcy" is at an earlier date
than under the old rate af twelve
per cent interest and commission in-
cluded. The National Republican pub-
lished at Washington declares that
as a rule the republicans are more
intelligent than democrats. Does
Colonel Lockwood refer to the color-
ed brother proper or to the famous
Birmingham speech of President
Oklahoma republicanism is surely
going to be nationalized. Senator
Harreld had his private secretary
made chief law enforcement officer
of the state and his business manager
made collector of internal revenue
and chairman of the republican state
committee. How he wants the col-
lector nominated for Governor.
The farmer who had to sell his
wheat for 90 cents per bushel will
not be able to buy new automobiles
with the money even though the
The Best Suit
Values in the
Suits made and Guaranteed by Hart Schaffner
& Marx and Styleplus there's no question
about them being Good Clothes.
Men's and Young Men's Models in all the New
And Pay We've all the trimmings for Easter
New Hats New Shirts. New Neckwear. New
Shoes- A.l of the best quality.
The Best Apparel under the Sun nt the 3Iost
innlcv" has decrrnaiul i. ! ' l
Jo ny people who fornierlv
; r- "- " cannot pav
that It hns rnf. tlmi !. . '
- - - -. . revenue
a huge degree.
WIIKHF. MAIMlir-c -....
Alwu all the marbles you JjJ
" iiuiuies that hJ
boys play with now come f rom rl
many. Agntes are madi i i I
in .Saxony used to turn out fiZl
v...... .. .ivv n-iuii' inu war. Bulk
Instoiy of the game probably faZ
back to the Stone Age and marlS
(.(. u.e-u I..UIIO irom ine matMai
the first manufactured marbles
mum; ui. i.iuiuica eops and kltis
by no means have the hold on ft.
boys they used to. So many otto
thincs thev rnn iln.
WALDEN ELECTED REPUBLIC!
COUNTY CHAIRMAN SATURDAt
In snite of rainv nnri .
weather the Republican county con-
vention was held here last Saturfij
and organization perfected as U).
lows. County chairman J. C. Walden-
vice chairman Mrs. H. D. Pearia!
Caddo: secretary. Almn n.til..
Evidences of factionalism weti
manuesc at tne meeting and htn
been since that dnv. for thn Matn v..
heard rumblings. The News is g.
xormea tnat out oi zoo delegates t
which the various nreclnrfa nan -
titled only 08 were in attendant it
tne convention ana tnat only thret
"country" precincts out of Durist
DURANT WINS AN APPEAL NI
AFFECTING TAX PENALTIES
The section of the last state set-
sion laws providing that delinquent
tax penalties in cities must be tot-
ed over to the cities by the couitj
treasurer for use in street repairinr
was declared constitutional by tb
supreme court Tuesday. The questioa
before the court is the result of aa
appeal taken by the city of Durut
when the Bryan county district court
refused a writ of mandamus order-
ing the county treasurer to tum ore
$118.80 to the city.
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