Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, November 10, 1911 Page: 2 of 10
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fcCLM DAItVWORU) F'UIDAT MORNING WOYEMWtrl It '
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE ANY
ONE THE GREAT KIDNEY REM-
EDY NlVlK OISSAPOINTS
A few yean ago I was troubled
with .a complli nil. .11 ..I kldni y and
Hionarh Bllnu iiis und ..iih'. igh i irli d
two or three different doctor I was
nimble to obtain a euro llui inn hi ai I
n gnat drill al i Swamp lioot I rte-
elded to live ii trial ami purehaeed
u one-dollar bottle of Mi. Alexander
tho druggist. Krom the beginning I
mold imil. . .1 i hange for Hi' botlel
and aTt r inking eight botllea "f youi
medicine I fell ontlrolj cured and
have not had .. i trouble nines.
Had I began using Swamp-Bool
Sooner I would have boon a few
hundred dollar I" tin- v I and suvutl
myself 11 lot .r hi i if . ring;
You ma) use. my testimonial any
time you wish. Yours very truly
CHARLES B. HABH1B
4U0 Sixth St. Mull. .n. (OWS.
I certify that Charles K. Harrli
presence being flint u'iPu
aluui'il tin. above l M inn mill In
pretence being first dulj vworn
the iriith thereof this the tllh da)
l i:. KINUH
m it mir
Dr. hi liner . o
tit 1 It ONK in KDHI D Tl IMAKH
II I. 111 I N I BINGN I f MiM.
I III lH I I .
IN WICHITA flf I O'CLOCK
( iimincr. lul lid' and Shi Mil I. Hit.
luir (VIII lit- HMrlliuli'il They
ni u Be Tagged with Katat -.
Quod InveatNM Rtl In Liberia.
m: rOBK Not On the evs ot
inaugurating g Ben administration
with IninlUKN d" Idi'dly American Ll-
bet la offers today i be bent opportu-
nit) ai road for Investment! ol Aresf.
aaa money according In I itatemaiM
jggujd hen today by fudge McCanti
tewart of the Mberlao luprsmi ooutt.
Tin- aiiMiiiig inti renin in Liberie.
Judgi I ti wart "aid Ik evidenced by a
reoent loan of MM'M by Baw Vorh
i ... M I ' i h to Uberia with which to psJ
us domestic debts.
m IIT l'A"rs I'AVOH IBM ON
lull U CO Tltl'S'i v OW N PI N
in UIHNOLI ION.
jSlftllSI Oil CRi VE NS mue pi ie mm
ON WAY TO QKLAHQIRA Tli hKS H
Prove wiiai Hwamp'Rooi will Iw
I III' V Mil.
Send to Dr Kilmer & o. Btng
hampton X. Y. for n sample bottle.
It win convince anyone. You will ulso
receive ii booklet ot valuable lutor-
mat li.ii. telling ail iiin.ul the kldneyi
and bladder. When writing be mire
and mention the Tulsa Dally World.
Regular fifty-cent and one-dollar tilt
boitli-M for wile at all drug stores.
Shawnee News' Is sold.
BHAWNBB okla. Nov I The
purchase of the Hliawncc llallv Nevis
thia afternoon by Otis Weaver of the
Ada Okie. News leaves the republl-
caiiH of Pottamatomle county a thoul
any official organ. Mr Weaver will
make the Niwn a democratic paper
The Herald the other evening paper
published here is also democratic
and a i harp contest it looked for. Hon.
Charles p. Barrett anemhlyman from
thin county will be editor of the
The supreme court
Baa decided that pok
if West Virginia
r hips arc real
Clean floors anc:
Add a little Gold Dust t.
your scrubbing water and you
can clean your floors doors
and woodwork in a jiffy. Gold
DllSt is such a superior clean set
that it does the hardest part ol
the work and requires little
scrubbing. It does the work
you simply aid it.
Gold Dust will do the work
better than soap or any other
cleanser making your wood-
work look like new.
For cleaning anything and
everything about the house
nothing is so quickly effective
as Gold Dust. It's the cleans-
ing marvel of the age!
Over a hundred Tuleani. ea b wear
lag appropriate badges and their
p .ckts filled with Tulaa literature
accompanied by thirteen uniformed
members of the i'nisu hand win
have the Ml. Hand Valley depot
prompt!) at 7 o'clock tin morning on
one of the ihortesl "booeter" trips
ever taken. Mora will be accomplish-
ed ii is predicted on thlH one tgy'l
tup Hi. in wan ever done b) any con-
certed booster movement in Tulaa he-
tore. Oaneral .Manager bteCloud ol
th. Mi. Hand Valley arrived In Tulsa
last night. J I In upecuil coach will
be hooked on to the rear of the spe-
cial train this morning and lie will
illlike the trip In Wichita with the
I CT) bod) I- .iilnx.
All the city Commissioners and the
mayor win be with the party that
leans tills morning. Sixteen stops
win in made before i o'clock this aft-
ernoon when the special iraln of five
coaches reaches Arkansas City where
it HlopH lor lunch.
The party will arrive In WlchlU at
4:1ft p. in und beaded hi the hand
will parade Wichita's principal Streets
and will then he taken nur the city
in automobiles. Prom then on the
Tuleani win be at tha merey of tin-
Wichita Commercial olub membere
wlin have planned a dig luiiuinet fit
night at which numerous sp lies will
ho made and coronierc ul Inter sis ..f
Tulsa ami Wichita bound more eloaelj
together than ever. The special will
return to Tulsa Saturday morning.
Special I'd ii Matter
Besides the local Commercial club
literature thai will he dlKlrihutcil at
the towns along the route mid in
Wichita many members of the puny
are taking along special printed mut-
ter anil souvenirs calculated to adver-
tise tbrir respective lines of business.
due at the party restaurant
will distribute several hundred cards
upon presentation at an) future time
win entitle the holder to "eojiare"
m. al free of charge nt his Taiga cafe.
Rlmilar model ot advertising win be
employed by icore or more of those
uniklng the H i .
Henry lie. ikli V publicity agent for
Sand Springs will pass mil three
thousand copies of the Sand Springs
action of Sunday's Tulaa World.
The badge w orn h sMti mi tnber of
the parly consists of diamond shaped
card bearing the Inscription i "Tulsa
to Wichita. Nn sinner i ". iui
which surmounts two red ribbons
Without lettering. Kach badge hears
the typewritten name of the member
wear ng it. together with the name of
the firm he represents.
i i hi it i
11 I II IM II II I)
mill l. "itMi
ol I l I Its i.l I CON-
s 1 1 uni-
Ajrree Thai II In Wot Ideal
Tbtug Theyi Uh1 i timpany
I tCtlUg ill l.i od I .. Hi
lion declared that he bell veil Iho
American Tobaooo oompany would
continue to control tha Uibaooo UttAi
juat as effci tually us If the govern-
ment suit had never been brought.''
In Wall Street tha greatest Im
portance has In en attached to the
attitude of th i rt in tha labiei o
cases and premiums li.nl been inadu
I that approval would be gtvag tin-
I plan. Uirgel) on aeounl of tfcli fact
! Hie prices oi itOOkl had udvanced
. utg tantlally during thi past week.
Tim attitude of the court gannd
Importasoa in the wuii street guar-
l is when it was thought OM loan
would gtvi definite IndlcaUona In
which the Standard oorporaUons
might aamply. I was pointed out it
u wub poHsihh iii reorganise thi
Amrclcan TobgOCO company Hatis-
factory the outcome of thi fllgmlu
Hon Hiiit recently filed ggalttgl the
United states st. 1 Corporation or of
similar suits which might be under.
taken against other large curpuni-
Hons need hot I.. f( arid
JBPPBBSON C'ITT Mo.. Nov. 9
Charles Mauat Identified by nuniher
of men from Oklahoma m Ben Cra
eiis was awarded to Ibi custody of
tAl federal aulhorltlen of Oklahoma
In United Stales I'ominiHsn.ner II. C.
Ulesherg today. Mausi was "dre.ssnd''
mil of the penitentiary early this
monUng and was taken Into custody
by United Btatei Marshal A. J. Mar-
tin of ffanfflT City who wus waiting
fur him In the offlci of the warden.
Minist wae takeg before Commissioner
Qlesberg at once.
a number ot witnesses were eaatn
Ined. Most of them were from Okla-
homa and all positively declared the
prisoner Is Ben i 'ravens known as a
had man In territorial days Oni man
Identified two bulb t marks us having
been received In u running fight
After hearing (he evidence as to
Identifies.) on Commissioner Oleaberg
ordered Maust aurned over to the
United Slates marshal of Oklahoma.
M it 1 1 s was taken to Knnhas City this
afternoon by Marshal Martin and will
he delivered there tu the Oklahoma
NEW YORK .V"i. S - The liliga-
Uon which the federal government
In gau four and u ball sears ago tO
: i all up the American TobaoCO
I any as a monopoly In restraint
trade wiih upon the Stage today
judicial acceptance with i few
IfleatlonSi of the
TDIOIIM!? MilU DDOlIf UT
iii ii . h dicoussed pi in
iii iii iiiunn
in in m
M I ORK HOKTHiK HOC8E HE
i:ll.t TS Ills slvlt. I. WITHOUT
Y APPLAI BE.
pERLIN Nov. Chancellor Von
Bethman-Hollweg appeared before a
hostile bouse today to defend the Mn-rocco-Cbnau
agreement. He exhauet-
whloh the tobaooo company drew up
itself for dbisoiiition of Hie combine
in ai rdanoe with the mandate of
The dtsclsioa of approval w as Med
bv Judge Lacumli of Hie Inilcil
Slates Circuit court shortly uftcr dark 1
this afternoon and supplementary
opinion! will be filed by Coxe and I
Noyei with Judge l.acomb concurr-
ing. No one of the Judges regarded
the plan as perfect but all declared
that tbe idea was beyond attainment
and that as a practical substantial
compliance with the law the plan
as slightly mooineo appeared mi
BeUeVfl Han Honest.
BaCh judge asserted his belief that
the plan Is honest and that there is
no question of the g I faith of Its
authors. Judge Ward the 1'ourth
member of the court whu attended
some "f the conferences and sat with
his asHstantH at the open bearing
(lied no opinion.
The featured of the opinions ji
Judge l.acomb Noycs and I'oxe ore
that the dissolution should be con-
SUmmated without delay with a pro-
vision When by tin government has
a right to appl yior further relief;
reservation of the government to ap-
ply for relief within a period of live
years if the plan did not result in bar
mony wltb the law. is declared net to
lie within the authority oi' the court
I. eranl that the court does enjoin
fur a period of three years the twen-1 conversation between Mr
tv-nlne Individual defendants in the myself on the subject.-
Jsj ' wd eaWt H 111
BPREADINQ I.I'I I'l l : "CHANGE"
HINTED T As A SENTIMENT
I II M.I It.
CHICAGO Nov. Testifying be-
fore the Lorlmer Investigating com-
mittee today Former state Rspresen-
tative Wallor lantz gave his reeol-
leRtlon of the famous deadlock at
.Springfield and brought In the name
of James forwin a former corre-
spondent of the Chicago Tribune at'
Springfield Who he suld mention-
ed lo him the possibility that the late
Robert W Patterson of the Chicago
Tribune might he chosen for I'nlted
States senator If the deadlock could
not be broken.
Iant7. said he met Corwln in Spring-
field during the deadlock and Corwln
asked him as to the possibility of the
commission of democrat! or republi-
cans. Lemtg told Corwln he Bald
that the only nun who possibly could
be elected by such a commission were
Speaker Shurtleff and Mr I.orimer.
battta then quoted Corwln us say-
ing: "Don't you think that possibly by
the spreading around of a little
Change It might change the senti-
"I took ll as one of John's Jokes"
said LantS and 1 said:
"Not a million dollars. That was
all thai ever transpired in the way of
Cold Dust is
sold in 6C else
nd large pHik-
ngrt. The largo
"Ul th COLD DUST TWIS Jo ... work"
SOUTH Kit N PACIFIC DEPRIVES
STRIKERS OF WORK.
igbar Official Bays strikers at tain
Are Now Paring a Serious
TNCBON Arte. Nov. I.- As I re-
sult of striking railroad shopmen at
Gila Ariz. on the Southern PaelftO
il was ordered that all water he cut
idf from their homes and that they
he forbidden to gel drinking water
from waP r car- according to the ar-
Ki nts of W H. Stuart union labor
Officer there to the Tin son branch
of the federation of shopmen.
According t" the arguments the
order has already gone Into effect
causing a serious problem for the
strikers as tilla Is on the desert und
the oiih wells there are two owned by
ed his skill in explaining the great ad-
vantages of u friendly settlement with
Pranoe to the future value of colon-
ial acquisitions and to disprove the
reports thai Germany backed down
before British menace. He was al
low ed to finish w Ith scan ely
Of applause in approval. The crown
prince whose publicly reported dis-
approval or the Pranoo.German agree-
ment has not been denied appeared in
the royal box with Prinoe Augusts
The galleries of the Relohstag warn
crowded when the chancellor rose to
Speak. After sketching the Incident
connected with the sending of a Ger-
man warship to Agldar Morocco and
tha resignation of Dr. Mndequest sec-
letary of stale for the colonies In
connection with the Moroccan at-
The M u nd u rd of America
Stylish Clothes at
We 1'iit no premium on the style ot' our clothing.
Our prices are based uh quality alone. Sou pay
nothing for distinctiveness that is characteristic f
every garment that bears our name.
The consideration of economy as well as that of
stvle should impel voii to inspect our showing of
Fall Suits and Oven-oats--moderately $15.00 $18.00
STEIN BLOCH SOCIETY BRAND SUITS
OVERCOATS and CRAVANETTES
Sarcpeck and The Widow Jones Suits and Overcoats
for the Boy
S3.00 to S1S.OO
Senator Jones: "Did
Mi Ptt rsons name 7"
lie mentioned Patterson's name
prior to this time.'
"What did he say with referutice to
"He asked me what i thought of
Mr. Patterson as a oandldate and i
took It from that conversation that
what he meant WS If there was any
Brdyn Arthur (ietsi III-.
CHICAGO Nov. !. Evelyn Arthur
See. founder of the "Absolute Life"
cult convicted of contributing to the
delinquent1) of Mildred Bridges a Ju-
Venlll disciple of the cult today was
sentenced to prison from one to five
v.nrs and taken Into custody.
"JUST one price
one JUST price"
Yiiu snow yosi
a r i' getting
nj lud man
lairs the chancellor came down to i
the representations made by Germany I
to ureat Britain relative to the speech
made by David uloyd-George at a
banquet by the bankers of London on
.inly 'j last the Anglo-German news-'
papers Inslnuationi and tbe belllgar-
eney of the Herman people as a re-
isuit or Mr. Llloyd-George's remarka
j The German chancellor said:
war Mai Unavoidable
"Nobody cull tell whether war some 1
time w ill come hut my duty Is to so
act that war which is aioiibible an
not demanded by the honor of Ger-
many must be uverled."
This statement called forth general
applause. The Pranco-German cri-
sis the chancellor said was so acute
on approaching final settlement that
ending peacefully. It was worth more
than all discussions of arbitration and
disarmament Then summing up the
advantages of the argument he said:
"1 expect no praise and fear no
The attention of the spectators In
galls and the members of Beloh-
stag after the speech by Huron Von
Hertleg ami iierr Von Heydebrgn
conservative was attracted by the at-
titude of down Prince Frederick
BWWsl Mean- PftJSllgQ).
The crown prince openly applauded
the phrase. "oBT peaceful professions
are regarded abroad as a sign of
Weakness" and nodded approval of the
criticism of Ven lloliveg's policy nnd
tactics notably with regard to the
chancellor's attitude toward the re-
signed colonial secretary Dr. Untie-
iiiest. The crown prince made a simi-
lar demonstration when Uterr Von
II. wl.t. ran spoke of the "ilerman
SWi id which alone can guarantee Uer-
II err Von Itebel. socialist leader In
the Hcb hstiig made a violent attack
upon the chancellor and the foreign
secretary Herr Von Klderhiin-WBeh-
tcr. ami in denunciation of the Morocco-Congo
Resigned tor Buinma.
MUSKOGJSB Okla.. Nov. . tffpe-
clal.) Following the persistent ru-
mors for Several days thai frb UOS ex-
ists between City Auditor Thomas 1.
Croem und the city commissioners
ii.. i.ii.Hior Bonounced toilav that he
1 would r. sign In order to go Into bttsl-
M -s f. r himself lie denies that be
has cvr been asked to resign or
i thai th. slightest Inharmetty exists be
tween himself and the coumil.
: suit from acquiring an
holdings in the companies Into which
the trust Is spilt and that the ap-
! plication was made by Independents
for dissolution of thi United Cigar
Stores company lay outside the au-
thority of the court but that this did
not preclude any Independent action
later against the Cigar Stores conj-
Ignipany as mi inalVMugl corporation.
in Have Do ishm Reviewed.
Tho announcement of the court's
action was followed almost immedi- Insurance Securities Taxable
atel) by the declsibri of counsel for FRANKFORT Ky. Nov. a. The
several of the opposing Independent j court of appeal) today decided thnt
interests that an attempt would be Kentucky life Insurance oompanlei
made to have Hie decision review ed x must pay taxes on securities deposited
by tli' United states supreme court them with the state treasurer for
The fight against the American j ne protection of policy holders. Tho
Tobacco company'! dissolution plan : court's findings were to the effect
Is not yel over it wus stated here j that the securities are the property
tonight i of the companies und are not owned
Pells ll. Levy counsel for the Na-jby policy holders.
t'on il Cigar le al Tobacco association
The Store of Dependabls Merchandise
Cdhslder Appeals Early.
OKLAHOMA CITY Okla. Nov. 9.
(Special Appeals from the lull as-
sessmeiits ty the state board of eiiial-
Izatlon ifl receive early considera-
tion al US' hands of the state supremo
court. The Indian Territory Illumi-
nating oil company which was the
first to Uke its valuation into tho
courts was given until December IS
to file its briefs In an order note
of which was sent to the company today.
Iowa possessed 2K.000 automobile
on July 1. The ratio of automobile;
i to population Is five times greatc:
than in New York state.
Too LATE To LASSIFS
the Cigar Manufacturers Association
Three 1 inns Hurt! to Death.
of America and the Independent 'hi- siol'X CITY la.. Nov. I. -Mrs.
bacco Salesman Association declared I John Davis wife of a farmer living
that he would advise his clients to I near here their three months old
take steps to secure a review by tha baby nnd Miss I.ucy Hodgsr aged 62
United States supreme court. an aunt were burned to death In a;
Prices of stocks Advanced. fire whicn destroyed their farm home;
ira Mmris. president of the Inde-ltoday. The explosion of an oil can
pendent Tobacco Salesman assocla- is supposed to have caused tha fire.
vou think moni;es are
"Well I saw one today that ought
to nuke a good bookkeeper."
"What was he doing?"
"Itnnnlng up a column." Hoston
LOST Kngllsh bulldog female
black spot on back nnd black nose
Collar with brass trimmings. Am
one finding her will receive liberal r.
ward by calling phone III. or bring
ing her to :t'2!i West ibid. n.
ALL 1 1 ATS In house at one-hal
price. Must be sold out at once. Mrs
st.tns Millinery Parlors William
sen apartments 21 1 South Cheyenne
Th. llugllsh post office has adopt-
ed Jbe automatic stimp-siilltig ma-
"For years" says Mrs. Kate Scholl of St. Louis
Mo. "1 was a physical and nervous wreck suffering
constantly with headache dizziness and such pains
ail over that I was in no condition to do my work.
I cojld not sleep at night and I had no appetite.
Life was a burden to me and my family because
of my constant suffering.
One day a neighbor woman to whom I had
complained told me about Cardui and persuaded me
to try it.
I took the first few doses and thought 1 was
wasting my time and money but soon I began to
Before 1 had finished the first bottle the headaches
had left me entirely and 1 no longer felt dizzy when
I leaned over.
Leaning Over Hi
Now I take pleasure in
all my housework washing ironing
scrubbing as easily as a young girl.
I sleep restfully and
can cat like a horse. In
fact Cardui has put new
life and soul into my body."
Thousands of enthusi-
astic ladies have written
to tell of the help that
Cardui has been to them.
mm r m
Do you suffer from woman-vjP
ly troubles? Be convinced irytf-'J
Dy wnai omers say anu m ?a
at least give uirmii a
fair trial. It may be just
the thing for you.
I r i is"t ii iMTSfirtsai t r -
i w.ss . . t r
Mrs. KATE SC OLL
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