Muskogee Daily Phoenix (Muskogee, Oklahoma), Vol. 10, No. 293, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 30, 1911 Page: 4 of 12
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PAUL FUUli _____
ax I 31 *1 IffU Iv RESmiRCJSS OP THE COUNTRY.
*1V 0KOU?P Uatllf Th(. National Association of Manufacturers
~ ~ huH Issued a report bused on the replies of nine-
Weekly Established in 1884. Tenth Year t0,.n thousand out of twenty thousand business
a8 a Daily. non over tho country to a letter soliciting ex-
— presslons of opinion on prevailing conditions of
Published at 220 Wall Street. business. It Is stated that fully ninety per <ent
—— of the replies "demand a cessation of political
EASTERN b WESTERN REPRESENTATIVES agitation." Among other things, the report ln-
BARNAnD & IIRAN11AN dudes tho following:
Chicago "The personal statements of the contributor*
Bojea Building. vori, City ««>' that future conditions depend on the suc-
Brunsvvlck u "g ^ Uu|| of Uny preconcerted and systematic effort to
Chemical Bull ng the(,k lh), r,.lgn of political agitation. In other
" ~ win \I"WS words, depression as to future prosperity la a
DKN X11 It < ' state of mind, and not a physical condition.
People who may wonder why the papers are f(m,Rolnif rovlew of truths points Its
not publishing more particulars about the con- ^ moral. It affords concrete proof that in-
flicts between the Italians and the Turks muy flugtr|ui conditions are unsatisfactory. The In-
get some light on the subject by perusing the fercnccs drawn are logical, and are borne out by
following rules which hnvc been promulgated at ^ pcnlonHl knowle(lge of practically every busi-
Constantinople: neffS man.
"1. Tho locations In Tripoli ocoupicd l y t 0 "The depressed business conditions restly re-
military detachments and by volunteers shall not & gtat() of mlnd and not a fundamental
be mentioned, nor tho date of departure or ar- w,.ai,neM. This Is shown by the following In-
rival of troops moving from placo to place. Only v, nlory of thi, nat|0n-H bttBi0 wealth:
general and vague phrases shall be itM-d coil- Kstlmated wealth of United States 126,000,-
cernlng the numbers of thcce troops, such us 000 ()00; farm wealth *8,800,000,000; annual
'Very numerous, numerous.' crops $9,000,000,000; mineral productions $3,-
"2. It shall never bo mentioned tliat ofllcers, 000,000,000; manufactured products annually
ammunition or money have been sent, will be $J5,000,000,000; exports and domestic merchan-
sent or have arrived. j|g0 annUally $1,800,000,000; lumber production
"3. Nothing shall bo written as to tli ■ num- annuauy $550,000,000; money in circulation $3,-
ber of cannon or Mitrailleuses, or the number ot 200,000,000; bank deposits (national and sav-
regulars and volunteers who take part In battles ingB) $8,000,000,000."
thai have taken place or will take place, or as to Tn v)cw |)f tho exhlblt of weaUh, and tho
the means of transport. practically unlimited resources of the United
'•I. Nothing shall lie written aa to the method which cannot bo estimated, it Is hardly
of correspondence as between Tripoli and h m- necessary tp argue thut tho present troubles ot
hail, nor shall any Insinuations be made on this gUth ,HlslneM nlon as arc prone to take p ^hI-
subject." tnlstlc view of the situation are due mainly to
Inasmuch as the Italians oim to have be.n imaginary trouble* which they should get oft
getting tho worst of It In recent engagements, It lh|>Jr nl|nd(| HB Bpe<(d)ly as possible.
is apparent that nothing in the way of detailed A philosopher has said that "Hell Is a state
Information Is to be expected from their aide. mind."
Consequently it Is to bo expected, as stems why not ,00k the othcr Way?
actually to be the case, that the amount <>i war Th() Amcrtcan Banker, reviewing the financial
news being sent out In tho present Interesting gltuatlon in Ur 1s6u6 of ,ngt Saturday, says:
tltuallon should be reduced to a minimum. „A ,arKcr volume ,lf busln,s9> a more ag-
gressive advance, end expressions of greater con-
A KANSAS THANKSGIVING 1HNNKU, lidence in the market s stability were the main
The Kaunas City Journal submits the follow- features bearing upon Thursday's stock market,
lug for tho consideration of people whose appc- while abroad an Incident occurred which will
tites are In better condition than their pocket- cause a good deal of satisfaction In financial
books: circles when it becomes generally known, namely
"Tho chief cook at the State Agricultural eol- a reduction by the Hank of France In Its rate
lege'has come to the relief of Kansas housekeep- for accepting finance bills to the same level as
ers, now struggling under the "high cost of liv- that charged for commercial acceptances . The
Ing' load, by showing them how they can get up latter development Is of far broader significance
a Thanksgiving dinner, with real turkey, for teu than the renewed upturn In stocks. The Bank of
people at a cost of $4.60. Here la her moiiu that England und the Bank of France both Issued
conforms to all traditions of the great American encouragingly weekly returns. Special sig-
feast day, and, at the present market prices, noed nlflcance was attached to the abolition on the
Hot be expensive. With careful planning, and part of the French bank of the discrimination
even allowing $2.r>0 for a plump, ten-pound tur- ugalnst finance bills which has been exercised
key, this dinner could be served to tun persons over since the tension arose over the Moroccan
at a cost not exceeding $4.50, There will be situation."
fnough 'left-ovei*' to reduce tho expense nut- There are politicians and politicians. Those
teriully: who presume to represent the Interests may not
Roast Turkey Oyster Dressing be uny better or uny worse than others who wit li-
lt aulie <1 Potatoes Cranberry .1 > Uy out authority assume that their views may be
Crowned Onions Corn Pudding those of a majority of the people. There may be
Celtry radicals ussumlng to represent business as well
——— us radicals clamftrlng for experiments In the way
Fruit Suliul of reform.
■ ■ The Interests which will determine the eventa
Minco Pie Pumpkin Pie of the near future are those of the people, the
Coffee Nuts political ns well ns tho business Interests of the
And this is the cost; people. The opinions of nineteen thousand busl-
Two pies $ .20 neas men In different parts of the country are
Corn (one can) ,10 Interesting but not more so than the opinions of
Potatoes (three pounds) 06 an equal number ot business men who might
Cranberries (one quart) 18 take other vlewa of the situation. Then there are
i'elery (one bunch) 10 several million farmers and men engaged in
Qelatlno (for salud) 10 other occupations who would have to be con-
Bananos 10 suited to g«t anything like an accurate reprc-
i trungi s 10 ociitatlon of the views of the American people on
Coffee .05 the economic problems with which they are con«
Butter pound) 18 corned.
Oysters t *i pint) 15 The intimation of preconcerted effort to check
onions .10 political agitation la bad business as well as bad
:'ream, milk, flour, seasoning .;IB politics. II la very likely to have an effect quite
different from that which seems to have been
1 "rU' > 2.«"0 Intended. Freo discussion of the difficulties will
no much further toward th« dissipation "f the
Total ,,,,,, j,..,, "(i ame than any attempt at repression.
. 1,1 He that gyldt} of Israel's destiny which waa
l.uok or fnm'* will prevent the holding of the ,,uinr of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by
usual "Mm bur , \ uni.ii'ivn Dei ember llov.- night la the patriotism of tho American people
c\er, liJ candidates v 111 be given leave to show which has never yet failed In any emergency,
iu tho ■ > urls what tn. .. I : i w about tho prude > In sunshine it may seem-to selfish person* an In*-
between now and te xt June l>> spe.-i.il ord"r of cumbua on their prosperity but In tho dark hour
tho miprenic court, of national peril it lights the way to hope.
— And the resources of the country whieh thia
It is not just the kind of weather we need generous and patriotic pedplo inhabit are abund-
for December plowing ill Oklahoma, but then snt enough to moot all the demands of national
we may ho comforted by the reflection that it prosperity when properly utilised. Efforts to
hn frown ice ull over tho country clear do«n this end by those who at present are directing
to the gulf coast, the business affairs of the eountry would go
.— . farther toward the solution of troublesome prob-
Wt<!l street expressions of p] >r( |i, re . (cms than any other policy which they might
Ideutlal candidates arc of no benellt to the can- adopt for the protection of their Interests or the
didates in the prcaent state of the public mind, Improvement of the general situation of butlnoaai
end detrimental to the interests of the street." Thu resources of the country are magnificent,
They only need development.
lUSKOaSE DAILY PHOMOX
More time will he devoted to the discueiloh
ol President Tail's abort message on tin' trusts
than hus been given to many more lengthy doon-
mi nts embracing a variety of tuples.
In the way of re-incorporating old names In
tho tobacco biisltn -s. P. l.orlllnrd a Company
are iinong the llrst.
After ull the trust may not know any mora
about the situation than the turkcj which m
about to loav ita head.
Congress will meet Monday. Pr.ijcr meet-
ings a ill be held In many churches AVt dnc^lay
IMPOllTAWCE OF TKXJKT QUESTION.
Whatevei' President Taft may have to say
on trusts, to which It Is said he will con-
flno his forthcoming message. U must be ad-
mitted by well-lntormed persons that In doing
ao ho Is devoting his attention to the subject
which la Junt now moat on the minds of the
American people. Tho American Banker Bays.
"Today the trust qucatlon la in the same situ-
ation aa the slavery issue in a decade before the
Civil war. It has reached tho point where It Is
tho one question of the day, and it will be the
oentral issue of political controversy until a final
settlement la obtained. What that settlement
may be no man can tell, and It behooves those
who have largo interests to protect to exercise all
the dlacernment which they possess In order to
avoid the consequences of possible mistakes. In
times of great excitement such aa prevailed in
I860, men may become a prey to evil passlona,
and may be led Into courses fraught with untold
mischief to their country.
"The next five years in American history are
un epoch during which wise and moderate coun-
sels should prevail, and all should remember that
it la far better to remedy political, commercial
and Industrial Ills by legislation rather than by
appeals to force. The coming aeaalon of the
Sixty-second congress lias far graver responsi-
bilities Imposed upon it than any other congrcsa
Blnce the Civil war, and senatora and representa-
tives should approach their arduous task In a
patriotic spirit and free from the blinding preju-
Just tor Fun
The low line of the walls that 'lc
Miles on long mllea, the fog and
amoke and slime.
The wharvea and ships with flags
of every clime.
The domes and steeples rising over-
It is not these. Rather It Is tho tread
Of the million heavy feet that keep
To heavy thoughts, the want that
The weary tolling for a hitter bread.
The perishing of poeta for renown,
The shriek of shame from the con-
Ah, me! how many heartbeats day
do to make up the life of the vast
O myriad dead in unremembered
O torrent of the living down Broad-
AK TO WHAT ROOSEVELT MIGHT BO.
The New York Globe says that the country
laces a protracted period of "Teddy Will and
Teddy Won't," and, after speculating on prob-
able turnes of the 'I on, concludes:
"Mr. Roosevelt is in it a candidate now. He
has no expectation of being a candidate next
year. To state so most emphatically is as far as
Mr. Roosevelt may be expected to go. It is dis-
claimer enough to satisfy the fair-minded. As
to what would be his answer if a universal de-
mand for him should arise next year, it Is not
I'alr to ask him to say. The condition has not
arisen, and It Is not likely to arise. He probably
does not know what would be his answer. Now
the likelihood is strong that it would be 'no";
but, as Lincoln was fond of saying, no man may
be justly asked to say before he has reached it
whether he will or will not cross a particular
you think I will ever be able lo do
anything with my voice?
Perspiring Teacher—Well, it might
come In handy In case of fire or
One Dtve SiH>preused.
Reta—Did you know the police
wouldn't let a man take a header of(
the Brooklyn bridge?
Roger—Yes, It's the only kind of a
dive the police don't allow In New
Down on tho Fanii.
The leavea are withered on the tree;
Chill breezes blow.
Upon yon blasted pine we see
A lonely crow.
The curfew bells their notes be_
The akles are dTab,
The plowman hustles homeward in
—Kansas City Journal.
Maud Muller, on a summer day.
Went shopping In hor usual wn>-,
To every Btore In town she went.
But never thought to spend a ceni.
Use for One Voice.
Aspiring Vocalist—Professor, do
Students PAINLESS Dent lata
For People Want to Rave Money
CUT PRICES AS LOW AS
Photos for Xmas
TI-is coupon cut from the Phoenix
Is worth $5.00 on $10.00 High Grade Work
Is worth $4.00 on $8.00 High Grade Work
la worth $3.00 on $«.00 High Grade Work
You must bring this coupon to get this rate. The sitting must be
made now, aa thia offer la limited to a few days only. You can get
the work any tlmo between now and Xmas. Remember we niaku
your photo day or night. Cut this coupon and come NOW.
Made By Thai Man Amos
327 West Okmulgee
Gild Fillings t.00
Brldcwork ! ;1.00
T M Extracted without
X eecn Puln or no Pay.
UNION DENTAL COMPANY
Dr. Rutherford, Mgr.
CulbcrtMi/i Klilg. W. Broadway
With the Oklahoma Editorg
We have a charity organization to which we
have rightly committed the work of the commu-
nity, but let us not forget that no organization
can ever wholly supplant personal service. There
is always a place for individual effort, as no or-
ganization can ever reach all eases.
There are needy people who would scorn
to apply to the society suid who would resent it
if assistance were ottered to them. In such
cases only personal touch, Intimately acquainted
with the needs can be successfully applied.
Look around you as the Thanksgiving season
approaches and search out the families where
with the delicate personal hand of genuine sym-
pathy and hclpfulnrsn you can bring happiness
by administering to human needs without bring-
ing humiliation. In no other way can you bet-
ter show your gratitude for the bleasings you en-
Fish ® Oyster Co.
Waoleslie and Retail
Headquarters in the State for
Fresh Pish of all kinds constantly
New York and Baltimore Seal
Oysters received dally.
Room 7, Convention Hall.
J WHITE PRACTICE
<• 201 Sorely Building
Are Your Surplus Funds
If not, do not lot them remain idle another day.
Industry and saving are sure to bring their reward,
- und regular deposits in the Commercial NatioDol
Bank a Liberal Return in Interest.
\% Interest Paid on
A BANK FOR ALL THE PEOPLE
Strictly Modern Ilk South Third
Rates $6.50 Up
What cotton there I* left In the ..unify may
aoun i e*pe. ted to rwv to the ocevn
If we could only know whji theaa congress-
men are thinking about aa (hey «peed away lo
Washington It would probably be to dlecover that
mi>!«t of them arc wondering how they are going
to get through the se^vion without doing or say-
ing something which will be highly offensive to
somebody In a nilxup In which nobody eeeme la
understand anybody elae.
The aub.icct of thi navigation of western rlvtrg
will be bro ight to the attention of congrefs at an
early dut< The Arkansas is one of the most im-
pel tant. Are jou on?
Rallroid cast* will at least l>e required to
Ht..;i at the headquarters of tho oklahoma cor-
poration commission on their way up to the fvd-
Sorrows of Uie Kdltor.
A man who owns thirty acres of land and has
sense enough to till it makes the country editor
look like th« last sad iremnants of a Dutch
lunch. The farmer has the best of It all around.
He Is aa Independent as an express company.
He doesn't havo to write a soulful obituary over
some peakheaded fellow who kept on exhibition
a stock of cut plug pTofanlty that would make
the efforts of a steamboat mate sound like a
meeting of the Epworth league. He doeen't have
to go into rapturae over the b«*uty of an open-
faced bride with a cast of countenance that would
blow out the gas. The fanner isn't required to
He until his back teeth fall out about the ster-
ling majihood of a groom with ears liko a cauli-
flower plant and the brain power of a shoat. He
doesn't have to run a contest for the most beau-
tiful lady In the oommunlty, make everybody sore
about the winner, and then print a 76o half-tone
ihat look* like a tintype of graiidma at the age
of thirteen."—Pike County Courier.
The editor of the Greenwood Register thinks
n street fair would do his enterprising town a lot
High CoM of living In oUlaluuiiH,
"Living la cuatly in old countries." leads a
head line. We don't see wh re It Is so ding
iiueted cheap In Oklahoma.—Creek County Re-
PUTTING IT CI" TO THK (JOVERNOH.
Tho News favors, flr«t of all a delegation
from Oklahoma Instructed for Woodrow Wilson.
Tho personnel of that delegation is of small con-
sequence. If Governor Crucc Is for Wllion the
News would favor him as one of the delegates-
at-large. If he Is not for Wilson, but If he U
ready to accept instructions for Wilson and cirry
them out In the event of a Wilson majority in
the state convention, we would still be In favor
of making him one of the delegates-at-large.
But If the governor really seeks to control the
state convention, without even showing the peo-
ple the consideration of letting them know where
he stands. If he really set Ks under such clrcuin-
stances to head the delegation himself and to ^
.si lect Its personnel, he deserves the opposition of
ery wlf-reapectlng democrat In the state.—
i n Ul Newg.
KKAL ESTATE ON CREDIT.
Any lot In blocks 103. 10S, 109. 110.
114, 121, right In the center ot town,
fine buildings all around. I will sell
any of the above on credit. See me.
Room 1, Norman Hotel.
A. H. 8HA RUM.
Gold Crowns (the best) (g.bo
bridge Work (the best) 93.00
Gold Killings *1.00
Silver Fillings 00c
Teeth Cleaned 60c
Painless Extraction 80c
All work first class and poSlUvely
guaranteed. Fifteen ysnrs' experience.
Just Across from Fegram's.
Per WHITES ONLY. DR. PAARAlt.
The First National Bank
Desires you patronage, either large of
small, with assurance of liberal and
dependable service, made possible
through facilities developed during 21
years of continuous banking m
Capital & Surplus $350,000
FARM AKD CITY LOANS
LONG riMK—EASI TERMS—PROMPT ATTKNTM*
We make our uwn Inspections. Muskogee city loans Inspected guai
day application Is mad*. Too get all you busww.
•alto •. Arkansas Ralldlng, Mask ogee, Oklahoma—Pfcoae Ml.
THE DEMING INVESTMENT CO.
R. J. HILTON, Pres. i Cn'l tanaf"
RRICF JOROEW, FleM FtremaR ft Pro*.
J. L. Be CR00T, Trcas.
0. F. RIFJE, Secretary
MUSKOGEE WHOLESALE NURSERY CO.
Hns localt'd their put'ldug shed just oast of Athletic Hall Pni'k near
Oar Bain. All person.' havinK orders to be filled (fall at packing shed
and see your trees ]*>, ked.
Plant trees ev< chance you get from now until spring on all
vacant and improved lots in apd around Muskogee and help makw
We liave all kinds of Shade Trees, Fruit Trees, Shrubbery. \on
will find tlie prices right.
Room m Mid Continent Bldfl. Phone 12«6
R. J. FULTON, President end General Manager
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