Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 305, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 7, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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Tulsa Daily World
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PUBDI-HEN 8 BTATEMENT
Till: Tl'l-SA WOULD ACCBOTel ADVUKTISINO ;
Till; ill AKA.NTI.i: THAT THE) HAVE THHEK
TIME) Tin: I'Ain tlHCULATloN or' ai l uiuEH
DAILY PAPEHfl IN iti.sa COMBINED AND WBLfc
WRITE IT IN IfOUH CONTRACT.
MstemeM of LlrculsUoB tor Uto MoMli ( AugMot ML
.vs INHUMANITY TO M AN i prov . rl 11
the 0BM liappriia l be "I 00400 (hen It worse. I
(01 l.i w at mUuiig nofl inhuman tl..n ihe
ll i . t i. .11 111. il liuu l.r. ol ylu.ui la lie. mm I
ivi.nty ukluhuiiia .y a lot i l in i i-i' .iiit'l Uiiiiago us
tnd hot loads. T" 0000000 committed uii ur.b i. i 1
crimes in UmM I 'll of l;" l.itc. Tiny were ispturvil
B) u 000k mid b.riud. TJii' Mnilil offered no strninti '
nil lllllt I I lit. I
Hut the 000b! tBtOglcgtsd l It own power and
driven ''il by NfnofMl Md lllogioal ltd) on ha started
l ri .n 1 1 terror tii.it Km ma4i iir.v.m Oouaty a vcri-1
i.ii ... pi it-hols ttundrsd of Begroeo reside in that
t n "i Uu state a pri pondi ram majority of them arc
OOSfaaMdl) lti -abiding anil Industrious. Many BWD
their hmi unii otboro rent Thfuiwdo of ucres of
corn ami cotton art ready i" bo gathered) but the labor.
1 1 i in i. i U. In I Tin; whit in . 1 1 ti.ii indicted un in-
tln rojoo because of the beootly act of two.
Oklahoma Begroea ure Booking to DonUon Tea.
for protection. Hume of ih.in nw.rt that tiny do not
nuu iiibnuo mum
I I IMA i H NT I 1RMEH 111 H
un- l it VI l s "HIMl'LE" L1VINU
WINS FIFTY DOLLAR BEI
Broo rn Toddy Ufolfa MoaJ I'l ip-
JacdUi rti' . viio Bolntlon or
I'litatn Ivan i ih .
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Aunimt 1 .1
Alltllllt I i I M L.I .. I
Aat i-t 21
Aay 11 11
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1 in iiilatad tor
inn. as an
Ti'lal nuinbir "f paj'tTn lirli.Uii ini'l ilri'Uati'O a
2iu4iii whlob when divided b twenty-aeven wu
the iiuiiihiT of Ix.iui durlnii mini BtOOUti gie a Jail
avorago of 7 Tat.
1 cha BS 1 u nt. (oneral inanaui-r of tn worw
Publl.-hliiK Cumpuii) make ulfldaMt that tlir toim iium-
bor "i oopleo of The Tulaa 1 ii Worii
tha no nth enilniK ThurMl:i Annuel 31
avoraio ol "") eoplei ol h.iid l apcr.
CHA0V B. DEHT
IttbOOrlbOd and aworn to before me thl I1H dk)
of AtiaTuat mil.
My ConiiBlaalon expire July i. 1011- .
HI Ul OSS in Tit W I LING Ml N.
V'l..t ir.. llir.n-rh i.illliir this DODOr .'111 "u
Jdeasu throw It out of the ear Mil. do !' the first KdllK
of aeitlnu men ou foe'.' The Will approolata It.
MIL i U I'll I. 1 ELL1 m. TM l N
1TB Knfonemmt Otttcer CAUdlll I telling tale
out of aobooL in a public addroaa at Q rani to
the "ther day he ttartled his audience by de-
claring that three attempt to bribe him had al-
lien Biadt although he had held off lot but
"Within three days after I assumed office" aayfl
Mr. Caiidill "a prominent Oklahoma City lawyer took
me to hll office and U'ld me that I could have 11.000 a
month If I would allow one Saint Louia brewery to un-
load Its prOdUCtl Ill the stale."
We have not the remotejt doubt but that this at-
torney was progrooalBi oa the theory that what had
boon done once or more could bo done ain. nut the
state enforcement oil COT assure ! the audience that
whatever etaa he might have d'iie or might yet do.
bribery could not he Charged lt Mated that the gov-
ernor was bent on enforcing the prohtblWry law and
that he would bend every effort t" accomplish the pur-
pose lie further stated that condition In Southwest-
ern Oklahoma were perfect compared to ome other sec-
tion. It is possible that he was looking toward Tulsa
County when he made thl remark?
Mr. Caudlll WM a member of the constitutional con-
vention. Hut he b'ld his audience that had he that
work to di over again he would think utv soberly be-
fore voting for the Inltnttv and referendum since It
had been clearly proven that It was Ihe sreatest aid the
lhUor interests of adjo nlnir states had here In Oklahoma.
The new state enforcement officer talks well But
results are what COUBt The World urges him to dis-
tinguish hlmeelf by firing by wire several deputlte that
are wholy unable to see a blind pig when It isn't blind;
who make no Impress! n Ml lawless condition in a
community een though resiling there continually;
who are mi re often seen in secret confab with well-
known law-violators than with reoPQCtoMo members of
the community. Besuits rount Fair worda unsup-
ported by deeds mean nothing. Let's r'Jt out ail this
talk and actually dn something toward ridding the big.
town counties of the state f the UUdea. I ment.
i There I sull another good rea 'n for the govern r
to tinuK iwtc before oalltng an xtra aoaatoai uf the
Legislature: W. H. Anthony ha announced hie inten-
tion of tailing a caucus of house Democrat at Mus-
kogee in um p .a s. -s n i c i.
Don'1 doopalr you Tuisu c unty
farmers l.n;.e the hot weather hax
ruined your crn crop and potatoes
ale scree. If oil follow the a4fU90
of Janics Bid OB a Tulsa County
(arraar who boasts of throe-fourth
sage Indian blood In his veins and
go e6Ordlng to directions you can
lave a raffed mOBH fO each day's
meal and It won't cost you anything!
Impossible you say. Not at all.
BldOB has hit upon the Idea of
utilizing plants ami weeds not gen-
erally recngn'red as foodstuffs f r
Ills daily food. He has successfully
carried out hi Idea.
The wa It came about was thai
a I l..i k hide? If this is a loeu-ul thin - .
. - n ..iiii il il I1 i( ie( .i .. !?:( n.. co .1
'-uu respect io in- negro race what becomes of
I ...1 A ..!.. u
-. . fr(im fUch pI.ints nild wtag.
W 1 tl... 1... .1 . . im ......... .
'" (leH'ICB. yPU W I S H flUKS; t'tlt pp'tCCt
the law abiding black as you would
uu. get t town for stippllis or BOOB ntu their Held to I
gathir their iropa through tear of mob VeHge-BOO. I
Hundreds of these blnck citizens have good stand. ng
with their local baiikera and merchants and are kBOWB
to be of good repute Th.y hue cleared Lhcir farme !
ami Improved them and paid their debts for years. Yt
these are condemned for the bad acts of some lawlesa
mem ben of their race.
1 1 is the suit st possible Indictment of the white
POOpIl of Brygfl C unty. Let them burn the bad nlg-
gerg if they choose; but by what 0000000 of reasoning
pray do they Justify their course In condemning every
itir' ti that has
procure a menu for an entire day
to visit the out-of-way places on hi
farm along the creeks and valley
and also the Cultivated Held. and !
produce breakfast luncheon and din-
to r that would be pronounced by the
man he ni-iL the ivnupr u-iih .
..f dunii tr.g ground of Kurope. The .-.1 l4 h.. .. n. r.. .
moei nauona nave leen purging and
wdves at our expense. The result Is a foreign element I Break feet: A toddy for an eye-
IB every American city that is a menace to evervthlmr ! ?Wr: male rom brcomcorn wh ?-
H H I . It V . T 1 . I '.. ' .. ' f . '
sugar BreeJcfaat food of boiled Kaf-
fir corn; alfalfa meal flap-jacks and
ner or later this Nation must face squarely the
ur tnniiiiratton in. cy. F..r .ar nn.l i.io
Am ri a has been ti
purging and purifying them-1 menu:
mat is truly Am. rieaa Th s Is an issue that
so.uare up against the Interests of organized labor.
We 0ond r that It ha not turned its energies to eecur-
Ing more rigid laws governing European Immigration.
MOKE U ri PHOID IMii CLATIOX
TT1B inoculation against tvnhoi.l fev.r u .v.
uciess claimed for it. then too much can not
be sa d for It; It can not be practiced too gen-
erally. BeeaU of the Vital Interact In ih..
subject we re-publish the Chicago Tribune editorial
The final tramp of approval has been put on the
anti-typhoid serum a far a the army is concerned
orders have been given for the compulsory Inoculation
IgalBOt typhoid of every officer and enlisted man under
15 who has not already been immunized.
"Two year ago a board of medical experts after
a thorough study of the serum and its eBecta recom-
mended that It chould be Introduced Into the army a
a voluntary measure in time of pi e and tbat iri. cu-
"" inaue compulsory m ease of war
when troopa took the field. The recommendation i
mllo maize syrups
iUBCh( n: Kaffir crnbread. boll
ed DOW peas elderberry wine and an
Dbwer: Alfalfa muffins with pea-
nut butter that was mixed with cot-
ton seed oil Instead of olive oil. soy
beans baked; various fruits from the
farm or hards wild grape Juice.
Mr. Thomps n. who held the other
end of the bet. lost. j
Before going to bed that night
Thompson placed his ISO on the ta-
ble and acknow ledged that he had
been converted. The laying of the
wager came about as the result of an
argument between EH don and Thomp-
son on the subject of what to eat
when the mn'.n food crops products
of the farm fail. Bldoa declared that
i many farm products not as a rule
I recognized as a food and even some
wild vim s and weeds could be made
use of. and that 'f an investigation
was made practically every farmer
! would learn that he could live well
and wajt fat on the things that as a
rule he turns aside from Th .mpson
loubted the statement and the wag-
It's the very nature nf 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 moisture-proof
and odor-repelling package
changed all this for Uneeda Biscuit
the perfect soda cracker keeps
select company its own.
To-day the goodness the fresh
ness and body-building vir
tues of Uneeda Biscuit
are acclaimed in
tenement . and
In the moisture-proof
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
exactly the right proportion of saccharin-
substance to make it the very
best for syrup manufacture. I'ntll j
rc ently the farmers have not consid-
ered mllo maize of any value except
as a forage crop. Millers lire also ex
perimenting with the seed and they
expect sooner or later to evolve a
process by whli h a line grade of Hour
; I r led. I'rior to the Texaa mobilization 17 not) "!-
diers consented to be Inoculated and not one of them er was made
had typhoid. More convincing evidence of the value of I main P-ut. however" de-
the serum could not be de red. and the order that to- ff?. .I? T ST ?VZ?
. UiTIUIIICT. ' I I'lUUIIKCIII 1.U1III
"( ulatlon 1 compulsory at all tlm h f.n..i ... . .
- w nnoi tuirtim. um i maize cov I'.'an
"Inoculatli.n do & not give permanent Immunity j and numerous other farm product
me susceptii ii'.ty to disease of different Individuals " article or iooo. uroomcorn wnts- i can be produced from It
- .:. : . . WOu;d be protected f r ' R: "V " "ar"" "V "J "
r v .A1I.. rom Tn.l an enrn - Hfflf .urn.
a year only othtr weald for mo-h im. v. ........ .....
----- - .- . r.re.ni mucn r -ini. es tne r.. - hh r
typhoid epidemic were to break out ar.ywher- the Southern plantation; alfalfa meal
it could make themselves mu"ln have graham muffin sk'nned
a block; mllo maize syrup is Just as
good as any corn syrup you aver ate
while as vegetable you can't beat soy
boao who were exposed to
immune- f .r a year at least. The day may come when!
they will be reou red by law ti do what they should do i
.' their own motion.
I: ;s rv.ir. that the next t me there is a call for
BOldlerO the camns of instruction will rm tku
. . i
fever br'-drs. The volunteers will be Immun zed at
once. If the doctors of the country d. their dutv they
will recommend general Inoculation whenever there :s
danger of a typhoid epidemic. The prudent man who I
w!$he to take no chances w.il have himef Inoculated j
every few- years."
But who ares
overtd or not?
"Only recently It has been discov-
ered too that broomcorn seed which
heretofore has been a waste product
to a great extent yields an excellent
alcohol which when properly treat-
ed Is a good sulistltute for whisky.
The seed is now being used for such
... Lot - a nil.. In th. marill-
wans and .. peas. I have known facture of denatured alcohol. On ac-
id" homesteaders In Aklahoma during of hl bjtu.r ta8te of ho hun
the first winter on their claims and L he gred jt unf for fecdi but
when they were financially hard-up. ag hp (fraln rontains a arge amount
in ne imiiw -mireiy on itmiir corn i
bread and cow peas.
"In order. t . Just to make the !
program nod and strong f.-r Mr.
Hhr "Mona Lisa"
is ever re-
Sl n ITOH I M l' R 1DICAD
I ( " ' K I- 11! 1 111 .It. II I IMUl.
KILY thee are the days
71 a half decade ago.
It jots-thle for Senator
of political eurpries
wo .Id have believed
Mosee CTapp to
Thompson. I waatiofl the dishes after
earh meal with sap mad- from the
Yucca plant whose flowering stalks
are seen by the thousands over Okla-
homa sand hills In the summer time
and I swept the floors with a broom
made of the br omweed. with Inside
tilling of the Auguat II-wer. anot' r
weed and from Yucca plant fibers.
The Yucca when properly treated
chemically makes an excellent soap
and there is on company busy now
all th time manufacturing s-ap of
OM ILLINOIS come the announcement that
William Mason In tends making a try for t'.e
Senate either a a gBcooaoot to w un Lori-
nur or Shelby Cullum. Mas c was once a
of the Senate therefore Is not without some
And In View of thai re rd lu plain view of
I a use of the thing the v w present our
urgent advice to Illinois is to lo.k further. It i true
the statu might fart a rse. It is Ik. wise true that
Mason evon would be an Improvement on Lorimer;
.mayhap un Cullum. Hut look further lllin :.
There is no gainsaying that tin .-tat. I f 1. I I
quires an Improvement In her senator al representa-
tions. Both ol tin pri s. nt s nat'T- ar. - :; l..il : r
suspicion. That 1 putting It mildly. But if the ttate
Is serious on doing a Job of house-cleaning It shoe Id
do the work thorough!) . Mason would unquestionably
be a compromise. If It Is Hie letter "M" that is r.
Ing the spell on the f.lk up tin n . then 1 t them turn to
i lam Bunint has asked (iovernor Cruce to 0
vene the special SOOSioB of the Leglskatttr '.n November
if one 1 to be called so that it will not COnflUX with
the Choctaw council of which body Imrunt Is also speak-
er and which convenes October II l'urant seems to
be the busiest little railroad builder and h glslat r u
Blxby hr.d a perfectly lovely time dedlcatlBg It- big
bridge BVeB if It was all wet and sloppy. A pi
without u rain wouldn't be much of a plcalc anyway.
Accepting young Healtle's testimony In all reopocta
It I still necessary to Bad some punishment for him.
If not guilty of the i rime with which he stands ibofgll
h I a confessed criminal nevertheless.
in thts ki id.
:he radlc.1 r.rh .m .;. ... ln regsru t
- . " " weed :n making
" r""Tnin.ni rut n ras And' . . . . .
the use of the broom- '
brooms Instead of
tboogk f.tn rg late he ha manar-d to leave all others
tar oenind if we txept Wisconsin's grand old fight ng
in a peh at San Franftaro. before the Direct
t- r Lgi.c It n day evening. Senator Clapp
deelgnated President Taft'e veto of the An m consti-
tution a "sn attempt to bribe a whole popu." vve
-ote h s ei t - rds
What shall we say of a plpy to f rce an
;fto-ate t foreswear Its fmltHlBl a the
' "'-" ' the Ui n? It sav r of
'k - It is sn attaoagt at th brlb-
a P" l - There re two cases of brlb.
: g .r-.et gated b the Snat. yet
fc of that here is an attempt to br.
f id The Insolt to the people of
"l - . r. .f th r-
akf erlll do much to fur-
JodKiary througtitit the
a Trawl - bA
Arlz.ni will re
rail of the jud
thr the f- a l
Resator Clapp a
Iff law. : j
fighl agalnvt the ft
un ruff rug
f iggSl to
or th t-' a! aiafaaia
Wherefore. W SBg that Moe Clapp ha become the
most militant proe-reit 0f them all barring none.
And th slrntfl'snt part of hi new attitude Is that he
ha been 01 to It by pvUic sentiment In M nneta.
The p.ltbal w. .r win nM lev. :rh sgalnst LaFoll-
ette. npp. ';.rTmtna Brlrtow and others Intteed
tb'- will r-id -e it h;mnr: lromtrs the roo-
' i ' : 'r.r ... ib!r rt'h. states
and trim ship a'enrdingly.
nouhtiess the public will be grat fieg when the Heattle
tasc is ended
jeln ' ro. rn
covered In Baatara Oklahoma not long
ago that BB4 h broom outlnst those
made of broomcorn brush. The wsed
is very prolific much stronger and
ti ugher than br omcorn. and If cul-
tivated Would produce at least ten
times as much to the acre as bfOOJa
eon Persons in old Indian Tr-
rit'.rv. who experimented with this
we'd believe ti;;t In time it will sup-
plant broOBIOorn at least to a gr-at
extent In the n. lehborhood of Tahle-
quah and I" rt 'Hbson and along the
tirand BIOOT the hroomweed grows
t" the ext.nt of ton annually and
OBI to j. -cory fell when killed
by the frosts.
"It b-am kn-wn during the last
ar DSS1 soretleal yrup DOB Id he
msde from mllo male. srd as a re-
sult Rastirn mim ifactur-rs at the
BflfjXOM time a. . ontrsctlng fog lr.rg-
SAmJHe of thji ;.iar' er.p from
the (araters of Western and N rth-
I w.pirm man ms in swi iwiwisa u
Aidri'h tar- S claimed that mllo malxe contains
fi last atand
of starch It will produce from two to
four gallons of alcohol per 100 punds
of seed 'me company ha been or-
ganized In Western Oklahoma to
manufacture denatured alcohol the
sta;e prohibition law preventing the 1
manufai ture of Intoxicating drinks. j
Alfalfa biscuits and muffins have
long been the delight of men who
are engaged in manufacturing alfalfa
meal for cattle feeding purposes but
llg use has r.- ver been adopted by
others to any extent. At a recent
meeting of the National Association
of Alfalfa Mill rs the delegates feast-
ed on muffins made of alfalfa meal
and pronounced them Al. The mu- i
fins were sir.ed mere as a novelty
but mar.v of the banqueters ate them
with a relish. The meal is made from
leaves and stems of alfalfa hay
.ground finely. Fxperlrmnts are bo-
' mg made too to produce a break-
fast food from alfalfa.
"An investigation resulting from
the indorsement of the national pure
food laws brought out the fad that
alfalfa was used principally In the
i Takings' of the kind of cigarettes
that are smoked by the cowb vs and
by many others as well. The dlscov-
i ery was thai nly 2" per cent of to-
bacco was Used to 83 per cent of al-
falfa it l still used for such pur-
. poses but slgarette packages must In-
f Tm the j irci.aser how much tobac
co and BltBITB lire contained IB tne
'Elderberries whirn grow luxur-
touslv along the creeks and rivers and
frequently too. along the highway.
In this state produce a wine that Is
: ex.iillratlru bill Dot Intoxicating. This
'fact so far ns Oklahoma Is concerned
at least became known through sin h
a wine being manufactured for sev-
eral yeats by an aged Frenchman
i who for more than thirty years has
Go to Boatwright's For
Tablets Composition Books Drawing
Tablets Crayons Pencils Pens
Paints. School Hags Straps
Etc. Blotters Free.
Boatwright Stationery Co.
Phone 1338 21 E. Third Drew Bid.
If you arc sick and don't feel like
smiling go to Dr. Posegate the
Chiropractor Room 2 and 4 Ne-
braska Bldg. L16-d K. 2nd direct-
ly opposite Entrance to Grand
Opera House he will help you to
Sand Springs Water
Odorless; Tasteless Colorless-Just pure
water. Sparkling and Fresh. Health in
DELIVERED IN SEALED SANITARY BOTTLES
I. i. nei. 1100 lived with th- oage tribe of Indians.
T r.a4-: I this psf-r will be BBMBal I It Is claimed he has made a snug for-
.. bee toei i'-i . gkai to (head.. )n the manufacture of elderberry
4 : . -. . ha b-'H abU to rule
a la . t hat la Tnlarrh. Hail a w!ne
'.... -i. ' la Setia r.r now! "It is believed that Fred La Wenner
- : .1 IraHmity. Catarrh f Guthrie former private secretary
l-.i-.f a '-'. t'.'i i :al dneaa rreuirra al. ....
Mtoatwoal 1 ri Hsll a t'aiarrt i oeveral Oklahoma territorial gov-
i ira la lak-n hriataBBjB r"' aMeatly j StnorOi was the first to drmonstrnte
. Mead sad m.ru rtrs if the ne naofUlBOOg of kafflr corn as a food
-T'S. ..... .4 rn-f it.. p.t.nt Product. In making experiment Mr.
(il in -t ri- t'.e Mistitatiea W'enner had bread similar to . rn-
4 aaaiat'-ff - at! -r In 'Soil.f its wort
Tka pr..pra-e ..
-srsti.a tKiw.ra ' r offer tb e
. Sr.d IfcilUr. f.r ... seal that it faila
I-yf . tVnd f.r .. of teaihwotoftla
4raa r I CHgJTKT 0 tX) Toledo. O
Bald t; all taraffista te.
TaSt Hall a Fair Pills for roastipaikon.
loii.f na work i bread Innile
.ura tarn in ns I wi aw v.
th" ground ir un
itralns he made use of
as n brrnkfnst fooil and nlso nw a veg-
etable. the m al was baked nto
loaves reaembllng very much the
whole wheat bread."
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