Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, November 16, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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THE TULSA DAILY WORUJ FRIDAY MORXTNO NOVEMBER 16 1906.
The Tulsa Daily World
FLOWERS TOR THE LIVING
J. R. ik'AH
liditor and Dmikt
OftVe m Beamaa Hi.iUmtf. Third Street Telephone No
Entered i iht
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1 r ;.;. mK Sl'HSORlPTION
Duly- by V ...
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Daily by Camtr
Ta tie Bri.uw Keeord: Shoo we haven't time to
enjoy then ay an unknown writer. iMt t wait ui.til
we're dead anl then ctid them ti the one or two who
are i.alne t.. shed a tear er Mf departure. I don't eare
whetner there are any BOwerS at my funeral or not. I
want them while I am here. no that I van admire them.
1 don't eare for any kMf( lying obituary notice etther
you know anything (food about me ay it now
tad atter I air. dead you may say all the mean t .iiufs
jrotl want to. Scandal and kypotrUj cause more trouble
than any other two evil with which the ordinary mortal
ha 10 contend. Kaeh and every one should do all in hi
iiower to '.i.'hten. instead of burdening life. As near as
through verdant and flower bespangled mead- where per-
. aaphjrs drown the breath of scandal and where
the wean' rand em meet- only with the faint ruse-tinted
Oijging Lcji i. "Sr tne Uea.
Up in Cape Breton liland. where
there are a number ot collieries dlf-1
clnf out coal from under the aea. the
ubmarlne area thu un termlned now
amount to about 16 ordinary (arms of
:0 acre each. The outer end of the
hole la something over a mil from
the ahe.-e. Strange aa It may teem
the worktnas ha-.e never been Invaded
by tea water although freah water
atreami have bevii encountered flow-
ing out In the strata under the ocean
bed. The thickness ot strata over the
minea varies from WO to 1.140 feet.
bout 5.Z50.OO0 tons of coal hare thut
far been taken from these submarine
workings snd there Is at yet no Indi
cation of failure of the beds.
''Do the Japs want the Phillippinesf " demands an
exchange. If they do Uncle San: standi ready t.. -.w
them a warranty deed without beneti: of cier.-v.
It seems to be generally eowwdtd that Joe Bristow
..t:... .... i 1 ' " . . --a i.i .. . -tfit... v- I
111. 1. 11. a it u lliui-'vii a- ti .iai"iui luiiii . uia.i
en Strut the republican party and then hoe l be re-
war lid tor it if he is licked. It Joe had lUOeeedt J in
defe atinff a part of the ticket he would have been a pat-
riot. But he failed and is now a traitor.
The dishonorable di-eharve of the neirro companies
beciu-e the member- refused t" testify against tlieir comrade-
raises an ethical (sunt that the disclianre does not
settle: The meanest boy in ol was the one who
would tattle; the on' most honored wan the boy who
took a lickin.' rather than -.'ivc In- comrades away even
whci lie himself was iniMWlt RoOMTtlt has forgotten
hi boyhood day- and is liekini; the bravel of :.is boys
buaause they ref d to ti ll mi tlie bad ones. Roosevelt
is makinjr a mistake or rather he is pcrmittim; his war
department to make one.
Editor Ras-ell of the South McAlester Capital is in
al convention. If a rustler is needed and there is anything
in a name he is the man for the place. I lis friends are
rustlin;: for him and the brilliant editor of MeAlester will
London's Many Churches.
Within the narrow limits of the city
of London with Its mere handful o
residents only sufficient to people a
small provincial town there are still j
so many churches '.hat you might wor-
ship In a different one every Sunday
Of the ear without putting foot in-
side them all Within the rural dean
ery of the east city there are to-day nc
fewer than ten churches each ot
which ministers to a .-ovulation of less .
than 200; the a&rregate number of
parishioners Is 1.473 while the
fhurches hart accommodation for 2.-
TOO thus provid.ug almost two seats
for every possible worshiper Including I
the infants in arms.
Already this yea thirteen men have been killed and
twenty-one injured by deer hunters in northern Mieli-
igan. l-ist year twenty men were killed and more
than titty - .it by hunters. Mich-inn ought by statute
to change tlie brand of whiskey the hunters drink
that when drunk they can tell a man from a dear
The annuoneement that another train had been put
on tue Ofaft branch of the Katv wa- a Uttlt premature
but the necessity (of such a train is so reat that it- I
n; CHtinot be long delayed Tiie combined influence of
al1 the towm. along the lint w aid do mu-'t n !.atei! the
desired improvement in train service.
TULSA WILL RECOVER LOST LAURELS
FROM VINITA ON THANKSGIVING DAY
with Vinjta f..r Taankegiviag mak Baud.
inir it pota Ibla for Tulsa to win back The came with Vi:
her laareb which were lost some lo-.ke I fi.rward to with
time air". Tiil-a will be the scene of
the battle which will determine the
standing of the team for the season.
The BOBe team will play one amc
with Pawnee daring the intervening
est because thai team
one that has defeated
season. Both teams are
lar work under their coaches and a
fasl i;atiu- i- ipeeted
ita i- i ing
is the only
.nized a- a power in the le-.'al
N'o teacher can afford to miss this
'etini; as it will be the most nota-
aggregation of brains that this
ithwest ooontry has ever witnessed
I it il! mean mre to the new
He than is now dreamed of in the
ilosopby of the territorial resident
TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION MEETING
AT SHAWNEE IN DECEMBER
A Home for Superannuates.
Rev. T. M. Hick- a superannuated
member of the Indian Mission confer-
ence though ill and unable to at-
tend sent greeting by a fellow min
i-tcr. supplemented with the annonnc
menl thai he will establish a home foi
superannuates within the bounda it
the tnieeinn during the coming year
Kev. Hicks is not a person of laryf
mean- but believes in eonaeeratini
liis all to the can-e "t the church.
The executive committee of the In-
dian Territory Educational associa-
tion and of the Territorial Teacher-'
association whie met laal Saturday
in Shawnee made ghe final arranjre
ments for the amalacamated nitvt-
in.' "f tin- associations that will be
held in Shawnee December LYi to
A called meeting of aha Indian Ter-
- n will !e : eld at South
Saturday. November 17.
t probable that tins meet-
!' the revolutionary mca-
d Bl 1 carried out by tlieir
i ittei at Sliawnce and
It is thong
the tw. territories that are -.i soon
to eb one in all that tend- to the up-
building of a people.
Some of the brainiest men of the
day will be on hand. Pr. lavid Starr
ri.m. proaidenl of Letaad Stan-
ford university baa i soured the com-
mittee that (hey era deepod on him
: i any number of talks and as Dr.
Jordan l- possessed of tine intellect
and a culture that few men of hi
l ine can equal ;i- "talks" will be
an intellectual Stimulus to the teacher-
who are fortunate enough to hear
Senator Albert J. Beveridge will
also contribute to the intellectual at-
: : o re .f the occasion.
T:.e leal side of the school iiies-
lion a- it will prcMnt it-elf to those
who will administer to the affairs of
IT'S NEVER TOO LATE
Aged Couple Unite Joys and Sorrows
When Clerk of the United States
Court Otis Lorton issued a marrinire
licene to (ic'ivi Nicholson and Mr-
IV J. rVoodrow yesterday afternoon
it WS4 was proved that its never ti
late to 'et married. The prospective
groom i- "!' year- of ape and his
bride u'avc her year a- lit. Both
people live in Tulsa and will continue
to do so after uniting their joys and
ForeiRn Missionary Meeting
The ladies of the Foreiim Mis-
sionary socu-ty will meet in the I'res-
byterian church at 'J:30 this after
noon. Mr-. M. C. Qihooa president
of the Scarrett Ftible Trainins; Bchoo'
a: K.r -a- City. ! a :.!n- the meet
in.- a- will also Mrs. H. it. Bpanlding
and Mrs. (!. B. Heater ol afuakogee.
8outh Africa's Great Men.
Cecil Rhodes and Alfred Kelt were
equally undemonstrative A great
scheme of Rhodes was once collapsing
when Wernher and Kelt came to the
rescue and saved It. Beit for his firm
Wernher t Kelt took up the obli-
gations Rhodes said simply: "That's
all right." but the following day. as
Belt and he stood together at the bar
in the Klmberley club he abruptly
ssked the steward for half a doien
promissory note forms signed theta
n blank and stuffed them into Kelt's
pocket saying: "You backed me. If
things go wrong you'll want mine
too." In the success the notes were
forgotten by both and were handed
tack some six months later
Little Margaret was to take her first
bath tn the river A fine new bathing
suit had been made for her and she
lonned It with great pride. Her
mother with Margaret's sisters took
I. or down. She was very timid about
going In until she saw the others were
;rfectly safe in the water. Then she
ventured In. The water suddenly
crew deeper and came above bet
waist much to the surprise at the lit
j maid who ertod out In anguish:
-Ot mother ra) bathing suit leaks.'
Beer Corks by the Bushel.
For some time tie big sewer leading
airing Main street In Arkansas City in
the prohibition state of Kansas has
Sees clogged up so that It failed to let
the water through. The street coru-
m'siiioner set a force of workmen to
licking and took up a number of sec
tlons of the big t-ipe. which Is 12 Inch
os In diameter. It was discovered that
the obstruction was nothing more nor
less than a groat lot of beer bottle
corks there being fully a bushel of
them wedged in and filling the pipe
. - -Tiiiletly as to step the flow of
"Boys Will Be Boys."
"There were a couple of old 'orty-
nlners down In Tombstone Ariz."
said a tourist the other day. "who
were great friends One of them was
80 years old and the other 81. They
were taking their morning toddy one
day and fell Into a disagreement over
the date of some pioneer occurrence.
Kech was Insistent upon his own
recollection of It. and finally they
got Into a regular quarrel. Backing
away from the bar they drew their
guns and blazed away at each other
but their sight was so dim and their
hands so unsteady that all the bul-
lets went wide. When their gun
were emptied the barkeep emerged
from beneath the counter and made
them shake hand and make up The
local paper the Epitaph. In descrlb-
Ine the occurrence treated It in an
Indulgent vein and closed by saylug:
Well boys will be boys.'"
Tailored by Solomon
Bros and Lempert
Rochester N. Y. and
sold exclusively by us
will interest vou.
Men's and Young Men's
Shown by us in all the
newest styles and
SOLOMON BROS. A LEV-PT noC
ES'IR N . T
Drop In and See Them.
Last Alpine Diligence.
With the Inauguration of the 81 n
plon tunnel there has passed away
o far as this famous mountain pas
is concerned the time-honored service
by road coach. While the Inaugural
festivities were going forward on a
great scale at other points Brleg had
a half-gay half-mournful little cele-
bration of Its own that of the last
diligence. All the local magnates and
officials and all the residents In gala
attire attended the last coach drove
up In brilliant decoration with '.he
"last of the postilions" there were
speeches commemorative of a century
of progress and the company finally
separated after singing the national
anthem In hearty Swiss fashion.
Mississippi Firemen Organize.
Eattiesburg Mi.. Nov. 15. A
jHrmanent organization of the fire-
men of Mississippi will probably bp
effected at the result of a convention
w hich opened here today.
Tulsa Sanitary Milk Co
Not So Bad
"That was a rum deal of my part
aer's.' sighed the merchant
"Have you lost anything?" am
lously Inquired his friend.
"O. no; It was lr Jamaica spirits."
Has plenty of Milk to meet
all demand of the city. Also
Butter that is made at station.
Two wagons deliver milk each
day twice and will make anv
part of the citv. Milk stati
on Boston between First am
Second. Phone 679.
I CAN SELL
Your Real Estate or Business
No Matter Where Located
Properties and Business of all kind--old
quickly for cash in all parts ol
the United States. Don 'I wait. Write
today describing what you have to
sell and (rive cash price on same.
If You Want to Buy
any knd of Business or real estate
anywhere at any price write mt
your requirements. I can save vu
lime and money.
115 Kansas Avenue.
DAVID P. TAFT
The LandMa n
Also have plenty of separated
J. H. Zeller. Proprietor. c
O Prints the only Sunday Paper C
in Tulsa. How can you afford
O to do without it when it is 0
only One Dime per week?
HUNTS RED LETTER SALE
Is Now In Full Blast
Please do not think hard of us for not being able to wait on you for the last 3
days. Our store has been crowded. 17 sales people are doing their best to please you
The Red Tags Tell You the Whole Story
Pattern Hats for $2.98 Ladies' Long Coats for S3.95 . Ladies' Tailored Suits for $8.95
An Important Feature Closing ( )ut of Gents' Furnishings
"HUNT'S RED LETTER SALE" A CUT TO THE CORE!
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Brady, J. R. Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, November 16, 1906, newspaper, November 16, 1906; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc133059/m1/4/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.