The Tulsa Post (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 163, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 1, 1911 Page: 2 of 8
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THE TULST POST. TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1, 1911
THE EXCHANGE KAYI0NAL BANK
OF TLILSA, OK LA., CAPITAL AND
SURPLUS $200,000.00, OFFERS TO
ITS PATRONS EVERY COURTESY,
AND EVERY ACCOMMODATION
WHICH THEIR BUSINESS, DEPOSIT
BALANCES AND RESPONSIBILITY
S SCRIP OVER IRE
society SHERWOOD RAPS
1 -PULLETS” K
10 EOR PENSIONS ‘
BV CHARL0TT8 C. ROWITT.
Where can you go on a
Doe* a Hood of memory imply water I
on the hraln'.'
A marked preference for elegant lei
Bure In early life gives a man a tine
chance for aide-door Pullman trips la
Washington, Aug. t—An
defense of hlo dollar a day pension
hill was made in the house by Repre-
sentative Sherwood of Ohio, as the
closing speech of the day set aside
i them in the robes of Ihe roving sol-
i dier. Ridgeway ,Knight, who paints
j pretty peasants^ Ini gardens, would
| make flower girls of Ruun all.
The M»rqulee-de. Wentworth, the
painter of popes, would have all the :
ladies of fashion, w ear tiaras. Freder-1
li k Bridgetaan, tti^g painter of ponder-!
oils Algerian beaulies, would make wo j
men look like Moors. Hanuatt, who j
painted Murnhardt, and nothing since, ]
would give them all the tragic air. Tl-:
-- I ner , the painter of Biblical scenes, j
My Foal I.eased Wire Service. i would robe them all like the women of,
lavs Angeles, Cali., August 1. inter-[the Bible. Mrs. Clifford Barney Hem-!
e«t lias been revived In the martial1 mlok, the ParisitMiue beauty so un-
woes of Nat Goodwin through the at- draped that Monsieur Beranger, the
torneys’ announcement that Edna [ French Anthony Comstock, would
Goodrich , Goodwin's last wife has ap- have to intervene,
peared to tight the action brought
| against her by the actor through which
lie seeks to recover property conveyed
to her by a prenuptial agreement.
The consideration mentioned in-
cludes slocks, bpnds and other seeur
ities valued at $ 121.000.
The contents of the trust agree
ment. which have not been made pub-
lic before, are embodied in the pres
ent action of Goodwin The actor I
seeks to recover the property and the
j bonds on the claim that the agreement j
[ was not valid, as at the time it was --
I made he w as the husband of Mmxiue By Post l.eased Wire Service
[Elliott, and, consequently, in no po Cario. Egypt, August l—Old Egypt
I sition to make a trust agreement in has said farewell to a visitor whose i
which one of the considerations was presence seemed to roll back the ceu-
the promise of Edna Goodrich to mar tunes to the days when tho pyramids'
him began to rise from the sands of the I
Air Goodwin all ges that !' H Dud desert and the Sphinx was still under
iev rhe trust'-e iij.jn'!on •*! i- j vede-'tke rude hummer and chisel of the,
giittitilcii fendaic witn VI -s Goodrich, ha- >oi>,i -oegou-m sculptor who carved the-
LEAVES THE SUS
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Wide awake Captains,
Lieutenants and Privates
on the firing line of affairs
know Western Union Day
Letters and Night Letters
as quick, sure, economical
These 50 word letters sent
by telegraph are revolu-
tionizing even modern
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
When a man says he is choking to
dentil does lie need to have tile rop«
loosened, or would
When dertiring complete conceal-
ment. tell the truth. No one will be-
to general debate on
ule tariff bill.
Instead of a pension bi
age, such as was enacted by the re-
a lubricant help publicans In I9»i7. or as proposed by
the Sulloway Anderson bill, the Ohio
_ representative, said that the only
equitable bill from the point <5f view
A man who habitually goes to bed
the day after lie got up will “find h
business move on still farther
of tile men who saved the Union,
was a measure bajyd ou service and
He scathingly arraigned Gen Keifer
of Oliia: Gen Hall ot that state, and
into John MeKlroy, tpl'lor pf the
j Tribune for ■opposm? the bdi
Gen. Hail Arraigned
..... io give live coming ■ a a a so 9
iu'l poetic __ . _,_
other secure es and w ' a rhe proceeds flight
,. . » _ . > , iviarue Mardrus, the presence of this graven image which j
i i vi .. . . - Parsieuue and world-citi- typifies for all time a wonderful rid-;
' ' - ' ” ' Uitd aside her quaint dress ^le that is no nearer solution today j
wou'ui ; - .i-'-ji ’ in which >he mi*: t have copied from one , .. . , ..
- f ........ of Cle than 11 waB wlle» 11 POMlod the an-1
-->p«t .!. tad her dainty sandals and has . cients. was struck. * The. riddle is
returned to her home to tell of her guessed to be “women" and If that
wanderings and adventures ou the be true, then Mnie Delarue-Mardrus
banks of the Nile. | might be the reincarnation of the wo-
Kvren in cosmopolitan Cairo, where man of centuries ago who typified to
the nations of the world in the pic- the sculptor of the Sphinx the linpen-
turesque garbs of their country, min-jetrable mystery of a hidden soul,
j gie in the narrow streets and the ba- Seated on the desert in the shadows
! inure. Mine. Delarue-Mardrus was a i of the giant figure with its weather
t.iws mb mil mti mm no!anie figure at the start of her worn features, Mine. Delarue-Mardrus’
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ftRlISIS 10 DESIGN
iiy Post l.eased wire Service I Egyptian rambles and on tier return striking resemblance to the graven
Paris August 1 A committee of from the places where decaying stones image gave a start to these of her
. paint-'s. s iutors. decorators, physi- mark ,[,e stutids of the old civiliza-1 company and proved that the riddle of
Berry Griffith gave a tluaiie party | "Gen. Hall.' hr MM live uhisc. "did cians, men c letter- and women of ,j0I| j|,.r remarkable beauty and | the ages, as read by a woman's face,
last evening entertaining twelve j not win hi- star- a-- a' Cnga'dierg 'fashion, i •- jusi been formed to de- ,.osllime singled her out for admira- is the same now as it was yesterday
■ a! in the war, but by gallant con- sign feminine costumes. For it has (jf)n
forty years af-I long been felt that the frocks of fe-
I males when devised by dressmakers,
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But Mine. Itelarue-Mardus was in-! and, perhaps, will be tomorrow.
sensible to the gaze of the thousands.
-- ! duct in the G
The A F. F Club.met last night terwards."
ic of interest was the marriage iliis
ADMIRAL TOGA ON WAY,
evening of a club member, Miss Myrl who marry old soldiers on their last
Koons. who. at x:30 p. m„ today he legs.' At the same time he express
comes Hie bride of Mi Merrill Shaver, oil the belief that the present house
_ could pass a pension . bilk which
-........... ............... r^r&e?.
Mr. und Mr.- Lew Wallace have
(gone to Peoria, Illinois, their old
home for a long visit. They will re
turn some time in September.
would pnsioii ,tbp willowy pj .Soldiers
without working • a hardship on the
DID ft BUSY III
That the humane officer put iu a
busy month (luring .lull Is shown by
the' report filed by Humane Officer * frrotwtion
George McCurdy with the citv com 1
. ' ,, ,i1P na|nter of'sain the atmosphere of the period in- naval hero of the Russo-Japanese war,
medieva and do stored scenes would "' which she desired to throw herself j sailed for New York on the Cunard
dress a l e adles ln sombre gar and dream that she was really living! liner Lusitania Saturday. An enthu
meuts of a convent. Alexander liar <*<tin «n the days of the Phamohs. . sMstic farewell to the sea fighter who
risou. the eminent sea painter, would! It was when Mme. Pela'rip).^jardrusv-heie to represent Japan at the
clollie every American girl in gar accomtianied by her train of couriers ] -oronation. was given in I^ondon.
government by pensioning those w,l« jments of the deep blue of the Medlter made the trip to the pyramids and i Among those seeing the Admiral off
married just to get a pension runenn. Chelminskv would put Na came to the giant recumbent figure were Admirals 'fc-owhridge and Dun-
itepresentutive Hull of Tennessee p0i,,on’8 huts on every mother's daugh of the Sphinx, the true note of the j das, the Japanese ambassador and the
dimes;>d larilT revision, aud scored |llr 0f tiuuu. Detaille would dress spirit that bail driven her to the 'staff of the embassy.
the tariff hoard as a political by poo _ ______________
rtsv designed to delay tariff revision I ————“
He said Former President Roosevelt j
stayed the tariff .storm, hi 'Xbrowing j ..... .
firebrands tuto'theylt-swttr* people,
would not imlice those failing on their ;
heads," t. ..
Predicts Pat Frying.
Hu also said that with republican I
tnission toii i; The report shows that
four horses were cared for: two were
ordered to be taken from their work:
flfieen cases of inhuman treatment
yere Investigated and wanting was
given In eight cases. Five cows were
looked after, eight dogs were cared
for and attention was paid lo five chil
dreu, which ratne under the probation
work of the humane officer.
rates, there will be the greatest fat- |
frying this year in the history of the j
eon n try."
IteimbllrattS promise to raise the
tftrifF, if restored to power, ugqjn will
he made a pawn for enough millions
to buy Ihe AitfStican electorate, if pos-
SULTAN IBftNTS BIRDS
10 EWE DIM CEB
By i’ost Leased S 'rip Service. *
Vienna. Augustl.♦‘From Ciifistantl-
_____ aople comes a .xmamk-atery■-eencem-!
ling the ex sultan, AbduT TrShiTd, who)
The present^ financial condition of now seems q„iti. recovered from his
recent violent spell.
As showing his restoration to a
peaceful frame of mind, the exiled sul-
tain recently sent a letter to his bro
ther, the present sul'afn. Mehined V.,
53,885.53 requesting him lo send a quantity of
---— birds Abdul Hamid has always been
a bird lover, his favorite being pig
eons. He used to spend hours among
them. Mehmed kindly complied with
his banished brother's request, die-
patching a whole wagon load to 8al-
the city of Tulsa is shown by the re
report of City Treasurer Kramer for
July filed today with tlie city com
mission. IPs report is as follows
Bal in Treasury July 1 ..$150.523.U
Total receipts to July 2X
$2o l JOT.tiT
SOLD AS LOTS?
Bal. on hand July 28 ____lit*::.
The disbursements were in
funds as follows:
Contingent and Supply ......$3,242.25
Engineer ................. 1,143.65 :
Salary ................... 1.462.70
Funding ................... 103.81
Streel Improvements ......11,772.97
Water Works Con........71,423.98
Street and Bridge ......... 3,065.27
kitreet Ugh ting ............ 2,926.50
Parks ..................... 1,330.41 —-
Sewers ...................33.634.05 Claiming that under present condi
.......................I jO.’t tioiisv it was necessary lo make a de
Sinking .............. 41.876.5# tour of a mile in a round about way
Fire and Water .............3,280.76 (0 ^ach the country road leading east
(amatory .......... 2,>6.53 froul the city, and cover the same
HeaPh and Sanitary ......... 81.3, unnecessary territory in reaching tho"
Street Intersections ....... 32.(34 property from that road, the r«*a-
To**1 ...................$21,342 27 rtf the Turin ami Price add!-.
- ~ ~~ nous this morning asking that the5
J lie Dalles. Ore., Aug 1 The flour township line dividing the two addl
null of the Wasco Warehouse and Mill tions he opened for public use
lug company, the Great Southern sta- t|j«» petitioners claim that in plat-
eion and tine Moody ^ W a rehouse burn- (jna me two additions, some one piatt,
•d the township roadway also aud
The total loss may reach
It’s the very nature of a soda
cracker to absorb moisture and
That’s why the ordinary soda cracker
remained so long in obscurity.
,The advent of Uneeda Biscuit and the moist-
ure-proof and odor-repelling package
changed all this—for Uneeda Biscuit,
the perfect soda cracker, keeps
select company—its own.
T o-day the goodness, the fresh-
ness and body-building vir-
tues of Uneeda Biscuit
are acclaimed in
This Hot Weather
3 loaves of bread for 10c
8 for 25c
106 E. 3rd St.
Under New Management
Special orders given prompt
AND HAIR WORK
522 First National Bank.
sold it as city lots This of counw*,
closed tho only two exits thoas two
additions might possibly have to
reach th« road on the cast side of the
additions. The p<-uoncm also stat
(><1 that vlicj county commissioners
have passed favorably on the matter
of openiug the township line east of
the additions, but were powerless to
pss on that section of the road within
the city limits. The matter has been
referred to Commissioner Yeager of
streets aud alleys. .
Tbe bond of T. A Dillinger, plum
ber was accepted and approved by
ihe rite e^mwUaaiew this mArnfog
In the moisture-proof
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Suffrage Is a
Success In New
WHEN YOU BUY DRUGS
There i« too much at stake
when you buy Drugs or Medi-
cines to hunt for cheapness.
Pure Drug perfection is our
foustaut aim and we guarautei
you against adulteration or sub-
Sells Drug Co.
110 South Main.
Largest and Most Complete Line oi
DRUGS IN THE CITY
Entire stock absolutely new.
Prescriptions accurately filled.
Phone 1976. Cor. Fourth and Main
Tulsa Transfer &
Reasonable Rates, Carefu
112-114 S. Boulder
Cicero L Holland
C. O. D. GROCERY
114 East Third St.
Mrs. J. 3- T McGowen and her hus-
band. the Premier of New South Wal-
es, the Australian state where equal
suffrage has proved a tremendous suc-
cess. Both ihe premier and his mild
tempered little wife, the parents of
eight children, are both strong advo-
cates of woman's suffrage. "Let wo-
men have the vote." said the Premier
during an interview in New York,
where he is visiting after having
seen the Coronation in ixmdon. "Wo-
men have made a model state out of
New South Wales, and the American
women will solve the problems of
government for you if you will let
Diem; they make admirable citizens,
as ten years of the ballot has proven
to us of New South Wales.
50-lbs. can Pure Lard ..........$4.25
I 100 lbs. Cream Flour ..........$2.35
i Lima Beans, per lb ............10c
| 2 lbs. Creamery Butter........... 55c
' 16 Ills. Cane Sugar ............ $1.00
: 10 Bars Pole Soap ................25c
:3 Tail Cans Cormelli Cream .....25a
1 Doz. Pt. Fruit Jars ............65
1 Doz. Qt. Fruit.Jars.............75c
| California Potatoes, pk...........55c
j 3 Cans Pork and Beam..........25o
: Breakfast Bacon, by piece, lb.....25<
Pure Lard, per lb.............10 1-2c
3 lb. Pail Pure Lard ............35c
5 lb. Pail Pure Lard ............55c
10 lb. Pail Pure Lard ...........$1.10
Dry Salt Meats, lb...........10 1-2o
Plain Smoked Bacon per it ...,15y
Best Skinned Hams, per ,1b.......19c
Plc-Nic Hams, per lb ....... 13 1-2c
2 Large Cans Pineapple ........45c
1 Can Califo-nia Peaches. ........15c
6 Small Cans Cream ...........,25c
1 Can Corn ........... 10c
Dried Peaches, per lb.............15C
Holland's Blend Coffee, per lb. ,.25s
1 Large Can Tomatoes ..........10c
Crackers, per box, per i\ .........7c
1 lb. Cream Cheese —............ 20o
Nice Fat Hens, per lb...........110
Fry Chickens, per lb ............ 18c
I Bars Swift’s Pride ooap........25e
6 Bars Swift’s Whita Soap........25«
48-lb Sack Turkey Flour........$1,341
24 lb. sack Cream Flour.........65c
Best Hard Rice, lb.............7 1-2c
The county excise board met at the
county court house again ^his morn-
ing and for the second time was forc-
ed to adjourn because of the failure
of the state auditor to send the county
clerk the valuations, by which the
levies and assessments in this county
can ba regulated.
The board will meet again tomor-
row morning bv which time it is
thought the valuations will have beeu
We make loans net promises.
Bond* and Insurance written In
the target companies.
Wm. F. STAHL.
107 Cincinnati anj Second Street
■‘Stal I Around and see Stahl -
The man who never thinks .about
; woman is dead. The man who thinks
! of nothing else but women is insane.
1 The man who thinks to advise woman
to use HOTTENTOT for all her ache»
j and pains, is wise. Hottentot is for
I sale at tbe leading drug stores. Prici
TA« Tatar P«c< la the Paper to br>, 50 <*nts per bottle.
Golfee Pots, 15c. Salad dishes, luc.
Window shades. 25c Looking glasses
15c. Washboards. 25c. 209 East Sec-
ond street 165
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