Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 65, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 2, 1911 Page: 2 of 10
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ni-t ii m I y WORM) HATHtlAV MnitMM. hi i i m HI H iim I
Stops a Deep-Seated
Cough in a Hurry
A Pan-.lly Supply of Unaqualad Couijl
Remedy fur M)e Monsy Hs
funded If fails.
Uniith MUrlnM. aa a rul contain u
larni- proportion el plain njrup
Ingredient imi an thai anyuus ran mik-
A pint f granulatsd migar 'i'i I ptol
uf win in vtmi i stirred (i it minut
gives yon a good m) nip .J RiontJ ' Hii Inn
A Tin i hi not I la N PImIi alltail in
pint boitla with iHims-sutdi luasi lyrvp
glvea you a full pint uf really naltai
roiiiili yrup than you U liny ready
Diltnl fur J'.' Mi There a a clear anvlnu
of 12.00 I ill dlraiilnna In pacsiivr
Ami niuin-y oouMn'l buy a QUlrkgaVl
llrr raUII'dy ll.kea hold al on. gives
alumni Inaianl relief ami tunicary
the inoal obafluta .lecphaai) rough III
H4 hours Ii Btiamkjtei appetite i
sligliil.v la (all il big r (Rta
rhildren Iske It rtinaly. Hpiudid for
hoarseness asthma .. pains and other
tbrost trouble and a lusted foi prowpl
results In r' upl ia . ntigb.
'' ' ii i" in! iiinl highly cnncen-
raM rnnip'iiiml uf Imported Norway
i. Pine i llracl and la rich In snaia
ml ami otbri natural u .1.. pirn tb
kwnti Simply mix Ii iim direiled with
near ayrup 01 al rained hensy ami 11 u
rtinlv Ihi use
I 'n il iii mart homes in the II M and
t'sioulii 1 tin 11 nuv other rough rtmady
rinri has often bean Imitated bul navai
arraaafully for nothing alae will pros'
the same if-11 It k. Tlii tannine In nuiirail
lead in aivi' sbaoluU satisfaction or awney
rofuadao. Certificate of luarantee ia
wrapped In nu ll pitckiijte our druggist
hna I 1 mi or will gel II fur you If nut
send io The Pinal Co.. Ft. Wayne Ind
FOR Sill II
Americana Who Were Created Cardinals Who
Will Today be Given "Red Hat" by the Pope.
H.CHI TKH ! VH s k;pfl
KJCPOItT 1 s 1 . k ft-i' UK
in i: iIh'iik'iii lit ftlaanlnti ship Im
Sin 1 ik III uf 1 1 1 Nut) i in--lug
PILES CURED AT HOME BY NEW
If you Buffer from bleeding Itch-
lute. I1II111I or protruding Piles Bend
mo yuiir address uml I will tell J'nu
how to cure yourself nt homo by the
new absorption treatment; mid will
uleii bciiiI aomo ol Hii homo treat
nu-nt Ire for trial with references
friiin your own looallty If rQIUatOd
Immodlata rellol and permtvoon) oura
luaured. Bond no monay imt tnii
otbora uf Hum offer. Write today to
Urs. M. Bummera iim. r. Bouth Bend
I rlWiiaU j . r taiiuia Uontniii ki m-
ilj (.it i) i. ii. 'V. I ii.lifst. nii.hl "ball
Dalr alilioliual rii.ra la I In A ilayi wlliiml
harni. pain ur inlfrlrienrd with yuur work
kali $1 Ml lluul.la . .1.. - ll"kll
rREB. Write tiid.ty. Adilrraa. Dr. Bouthlaf
tun RtBaedj l'o T. W. 61 klolo Ht . Kau
aaa Oily tin
; ;.. 1. . 'nt. Hbipplug
t : lr 1 1
I 1 ! 'ItlU
"i(ili'- and Bt irasa
11S-114 Hriilli 'l-uldiv
WAIR!n3TON Dao. 1. with a
ilf that tlnri' ahull tie no diuTPiiau
III Hie offctlvo BtrniiRth uf lln- I'nl-
li rllnti'B Navy liiM.rK' Vun L. Mi-y-m
Sui retaty of lh Navy in hln mi-
nuitl iiiiiuit tn 1 'uiiKi'iaH doi'litroM thut
wlillo Mi-fkliiBj 1 uml pluylliK 11
h-iiilmir pari In thr movomanl foi
y an oral nrhltratlun iri-allea llin Bforld
iiiiihi iiiiiii'i'Niujiii Unit America "i
prepared fur war"
The ahort nr of u ararahlp fur
flrat oy iaOQP4 line uf d frnai'
Dauaad the Boorotuv to nek fur moro
Hhipa tiiiH year not to Inoraan the
limy Imt iii loiiiiitiiln it ut im oxlht-
iiik atronyth Thla atrenyth ha buv.i
In bolna iliinlnloh.nl hy alio -llnilria-
Hun from activi aarvl f the uhi-
tle whips flrat OQMtMIOtad tW tha
"The ri'iiniiiiit'iiiliitlun" ho bjivh
fur u oontlnulng aaval policy ehlob
win itivu ua t hf f 1 1 1 i daal rod in tnada
iih h dua rriimit fur tha aimoel
win hi w iiiu mdvantent fur tha aettla-
iiumii uf intarnaUonal dlaputoa by ar-
bltratlon in which movameot our
country hnH tukni foremoai port.
Hlatory ot nil klnda Inaludlny tha
proaent ahowa tha futility and danger
uf HiiNtintc to tha food will mnl fnlr
dealing or even to tha moat eolemn
ly himiiiiK Lreatiea between natlona
fur tin- protection of natlon'a iov-'
align rtghte ami Intareata and with"
oul doubt tha time la remote whan
a I'uininiratlvi'ly iiiiarim'U ami hrjp-
ii'KH mil ion may ba rtiasuiia hly aafu
fruin nun. k b) anihltn wnll uriui 'l
IpiiwciH uNpi'i inlly In a rniniiii'rrlul
'niru mnh iim tlu nri-Miuit. Thi tirn-
nomlogl lyatem uf a icroa' contmar
iai aga nation i hu deliberatell bal
nn. 'mi that evan a throat uf war i
very dlatuyblng and harmful while
a war with any other Knot power
would cauaa Inoaloulable damayja ami
it in mora ngcaaaary now than aver
hi-furu that wu Bhuiihl In- fully pre-
pared and thai every otimr power
ihoold tindoratiind thai while Keek-
lug peace we nn prepared for war."
Three AmeiliunB Mm' I'lilennlu
aVrohblahoaj Varlay and Archbiahop
1 1 ( 'iiniiell i i eiiled eiu illnalH ami re-
calved the novatad Rgd Hat from the
rope amid an Impraaatva acena on
a proportionate numher uf Other
lighting and nuxlllary vaajelg la the
luuat that will place our country on
a aafe IiuhIb In relation to Other
World puwer" aaya tho Sointary.
The Secretory reiriiida the eroatlnn
of the reaerve flaat ai the moat im-
portant davelopmant of tho year
alnce II will insure the reH'lnietm fur
war of prucUcally avary vessel of
The report tOUQh M sparingly on
tho aubjaot of the alghl hour law re-
rlliiii; the ixpellenco of the depart-
ment during the past year In pln"liiK
oontra t for -"hips ami winding up
With the statement: "What tha effect
will be on tha bidding for tim hHtiie-
ihtpa provided fur by the last act
As tu the personnel the report do-
i lores that the aim of all nayal ad"
: uoatlon ami training is to produce th
sea officer who is tu oommand ahlpa
and fleets and that all the comhatnnt
element aboard ships should belong
io tha Una Una officers hereafter
should perform the duties of pay-
master ami while the present con
struction corps m de up uf Nnval
do spei lal work the yoiiiiKer
may hereafter perforin both line and
Tim abandonment uf the turhine
onaaiMi ttf nu.iuajwr&a h.x
Thankagivlng day. lixtaan other
prelates rec.lveil tho smne coveted
honors. Not In a decade has a con-
sistory attracted so much outside In-
BY CLEARING RE
A GAIN OP OVER A QUARTER OF
A HIiXatON LAST MONTH
() EH ONE BEFORE
TULSA SEED HOUSE.
Fur low oaah prices on Dour and
Peed Shell Corn Corn Chop Kaffir
porn nats ami Wheat Chicken Peed
Cotton and Alfalfa Meals. Phone 101
1 1 I Eaut Second.
hvcrylhiim in .Sheet Mfal
Southern Cornice W orks
jo-l lot s. Boultbr. Phona 1846
eic'lne In fmor of the old reciproo-
Tba fulled Slates. Secretary Meyer ntlllB. . H ....lared to have fol-
lowad an exhauatlve oomparlaon of
the two kinds of machinery it was
rouno mat wa rooiprooaong angina ndlomti H eil-markrd even trend
is ill... ut .10 per cent nmro oooiiomlcal ! nrn.f.ssi Th rn..rilH rr the
aayOi is fur In the rear of t li lead
log naval powers in projected naval
construction avan on tin. hnala of two
new hull leshipa a year.
Mr. Mayer tubmlta aatlmatea fur
two battleshlpi and two eolltera un-
y This is in Una with the polios of
several years stumling; of hiilldim;
With an actual pain of over t.1"0-
Ono In clearing bOUM receipts during
tha month of November over the to-
tals for October the Tulsa Clearing
House association Is showing clearly
the shady growth in prosperity and
every other line In Tulsa. According
to the figures given out yesterday by
Me. retail Houston of the ly.'iirlng
house the total receipts of the as-
soclation i during the month of No-
vember were $i!.71468fl.
During the month of i.-toh.-r the showed to large and highly apprec-
tntal receipts were t441tlt thus 1 lathe audlenees on two nights.
Alma." will he the first resl big
f the season to appeur nt the
am showing a loss In clearing house ;rnMd n Sunday night and the
receipts but Tulaa conUnUM to advance s'lle indlcntes n big house
grow with a steady. Hnlfofm growth 1 Saturday and Rnnda.tr nights.
The German version "Alma Wo
Wonst Dtt" was done tho previous
Season at tlie ij.rmmi theater or
t.'i'i'st as the present one. Hundreds
of Americana tourists were on hand
to witness the bestowal of tho hull
ora on 'lie three Americans.
newest musical oomadtaa on tha road
this season. It Is the first season out
f New York fur "Alma Whore Do
4va" and the production which
at the Urand tonight and to
morrow night should ba mu h fresh
er In SPPearanoe than some of the
big music al shows which bear a fray-
ed and travel utnlned appearance.
Where does Alma live you say.
Well she did live at No. 2it Hue de la
i'slx and ull the men were In love
with her and nil of them wanted to
find out her adilr- ss ami when they
did find out they Just pestered her
to death until she really nnd truly
fell in love with a nice llttlo dimpled
hoy from the country married hi in.
and got four million franca and they
lived happy thereafter. It la a nice
little Btory of the stage to the ac-
1 1 in ni ii i men t of music thit haunts
you until you bum nnd whistle It so
much that the other fellow didn't go
gets after you.
It Is a strictly French production
nnd at Oklahoma City this week It
li ne u. oi . . 1 1 . i - - . . .
s may continue to allowing an Increase In one month of "Alm
he younger off hers MTI.471. Other cities In the State show of
argues well for
The figures for the
"""V 1 . I P" Ph"'P ln "aw York city
J 1 1 1 i i i ti 1 1 1 pi iiphi iiiriin i. i .".'I'M. ii.-i ...
the city at j
ships a year in addition
at cruising speeds than the turbine
and Of about the same e"onomy at
h.ch sp " ds. As one result of the uso
of nil burners Intend of coal fiirna-
I ' CS III.' new
to this the Secretary indicates thnta)( MnyadS I
the nayj would welcome one of the pip
new vii. or a .si! n . t-iisi-im. in
as nr. at Brltlan Germany and Jap-
an are building. He further points
out that there Is it great deficiency in
number of cruisers scouts destroy-.
it. submarines ui aujaHariaa fur
the maintenance and protection of
the battle fleet.
I He suggests that all of these aux-
iliaries need not be ordered ut once
but that the appropriation could be
stretched over u number of years.
Disturbance! in Asia ami Central
America necessitating tha protect-
ion "f Intareata Of this country also
We write Ira tornado and pist
We Insure Oil In tank.
We Insure your rents
B. r PETTO
Wt sMsr Oas Haadred DeJIan laward nw
any aaa p laiarrli timt SB ASS 1 be cured
by Hull's t aUrrli Oars.
y .1. CHJtNBY 00- Toledo o.
t i tie aadoralgttfd ksvs ksews r. J.
Chrmy f.r ilia taut IS yaara an.l beUava kin
perferilv hoaorabla in all buainaai trsassa
itses and Ananaially nMa to carry out any
ablgatloni luadi pj he. firm.
WALD1NG K1NNAN KARVIg
Waelasals DrsnhrU 'lebilo o.
Hnli'ii Oatsrrk run. u taken Istavaslly
Bi'tirir ilirartly epos ih.' blood ami mucnii
sarfsefs el the lyitsni Taattnoslali i.miI
free. PHia 7i rt'tili per bottle bold b) all
last three months are as follows
September 12346; October f 3.441
III; November $2714686.
have shown the n 1 for more light tha ht equal In value
II have hut one smoke
thus clearing the upper deck
and Improving the arc Of train of tho
At the Clone of last year 2H ships
from battleships to OOlltera were tied
up ut Navy Vards under repair. A
a result of the new policy by next
March every one of them will he
ready for active service.
The Secretary regards It as a
wrist of inotiev Io endeavor to im-
prove ..Id ships and bring them up (KSSmSSv
toadate and he cited a case of the I
New fork now at Saratoga where I '
per cent of her original ost was i.
Sl'eiu oil 11 1 1 ei ii i ion Willi. ill intini.iK
General Farm Information.
Winter plowing) seems to be gain-
ing in favor.
This Is a good time to cover the
hare spots in the pastures with man-
ure to be seeded early next spring.
Now that the general field work
Is over keep the manure sprcuder ln
draft gunboats for river use
The Secretary declares that ships
10 yaara obi
less even for tha second line or re
serve. His list show the famous Ore-
gon and her slater hatllehlps Indi-
ana and klaaaaohuaOttl as having
essel of light type.
The report dwells at some length
are obsolete and worth- . ie successful results obtained
iii the experimental work for the de
vol ipraenl of aviation in the navy ami
espo I ally In the direction of the pro-
din linn of aeroplanes fitted for use
reuu penou ana anouia from shipboard it is the purpose to
Immediately U well as laaua a raw of these machines to tho
these II is inrlleil elev .11 i Ill's.
"A total of forty buttlesb.ps with
"JUST one price
one JUST price"
You know you
ore getting full
me iowa in rut secretary never I fleet as soon as they bavt
nanus twelve battles hi pa that can I fiolentiy developed.
no longer be regarded us available! Dealing with foreign pro grama tho
for the first Una of battle and which I report suys thai England is laying
should ba replaced by 1110. Table ! ! f. r i.nttt. shins nnd one urinor-
from those already Indicated thsvr I A i.r rwmauiv threw battle- $
are tha Kearaarga Kentucky. Ala- Lnip and one armored cruiser and
h.'ima. Illinois Wisconsin Maine. Japan four armored cruisers and one
Ohio nnd Missouri The youngest of I hatUaahlna. All of Ihe hiittleshlns
are being Increased in size and so nre
the ciinaers destroyers nnd Biibmu-
rfnes. let rotary Meyer proposes
new office- the direi tor of navy
yarda He makes a strong recom-
mendation for the creation of the
rank of vice-admiral; the mailed re-;
tlremenl Ol enlisted men. the Increase
Of the enlisted force by 2000 and
the Commissioning of midshipmen
upon their graduation from the
Touching the abolition of navy
yards Wocrelary .Meyer promises to
present the whole matter afresh to
congress when he receives the re-
port uf the Joint board of the Army
and Navy next .Inntiary. Meanwhile
ho sees no reason to change his
views already expressed aa to the'
ptopift t aj olositag a number of
yards or "hanging their functions.
The secretary nlso directs attention
to the fnl that some provision must
he made Immediately for accumu- I
latlng on the Isthmus of Tannma n'
sufficient supply of coal to meet the
needs of ihe vessels using that wa-
terway. 1 1 i i ill i a v
POO imi TO I i IM1TY. I
AT THE "HEATERS
Grand "Alma Where Do
You Live" tonight nnd to
) morrow nlwht.
Lyrli Vaudeville nnd mov-
Ing pioturea. Continuous.
) Cossy Vaudeville and mnv-
) Ing pictures. Continuous.
Harden HsghoUual vaude-
' ville and moving pictures.
Matinee and night nt 3:15
i 7:45 and 8:45 o'clock p. m.
Wonderland Moving pllc-
t t II res.
Palace Helen Renatrom
' t nnd moving pictures.
Bmp Ire White slave (act-
11 tire and moving pictures.
and although in a language not gen-
erally understood by the theater!-
Cel public of New York made n dis-
tinct impression because of the won-
derful French music of jean Brlo.net
In both the Phillip and Weber ver-
sions the music has remained un-
I banged. The fourteen oclgna
members of the clever Frenchman
nre Just as he composed them tho
words of course having been dono
Into suitable English or Herman.
The raotneaa of the original French
farce has not been disturbed ln the
Weber version although it has been
rendered comparatively unobjection-
able. The great stimulating tonic of
a French farce bus always depended
much on the humorous situations. It
Is the OtUdy Of the French comedy
methods which lias made tho Ameri-
can producer demand more nnd
more from the librettist that he ftay
greater attention to the development
of situation. The critics have rec-
ognised thnt in the English "Alma"
I here is one of the cleverest presenta-
tions of the real French farce that
has yet been placed on the Amerl-
j can stage. It was the appreciation of
iii mot iniu n.- nan a vaiuaiue ura-
I Inlo Ktigllsh
matio property which made Mr.
Weber most careful how It was done
"AI M V 111 KI DO YOf LIVE?"
One of cry Latest ProdOOtloni Com-
Ing to Tulsa Tonight.
Will Shoot Well Today.
The Prairie Oil and Oas company
Well at the north end of Ihe Jenk's
tank farm was not shot yesterday as
was expected but will bo shot this
morning. They could nut get things
ready yesterday owing to the fact
that the well was possibly flowing.
Arthur Antle nnd Oscar Howard
both of Tulsa nre drilling on the
Tulsa will toilav be visited hy one ntle farm a short ways out of West
"f the most sensational ns well as. Tulsa.
1 'Sfr Hammered gild necklace
with diamond drop. Return to 423
South fin) tune avenue and receive
BAT! ItHM M B1 M V
White Slavery and the Black
Traffic in White Girls
rirture tnken by Detective Puna nnd Lecture by n Psyculoglcal Stu-
dent Lecturer who has studied the horrible condition of White
Plr.vi"fc from Const to Coast. Sensational but not offensive.
To see Is to believe.
3 - FIRST RUN PICTURES - 3
MI TT .M M l Tllf; St ill Ml. THAT FAILED
a suiie Liiiie.it Producer
HIM STELLA CHANDLER sivns
si HENRYS ixiM M' THE in skis HEE"
In Special Costume.
r w j ia a dii
SUITS and OVERCOATS
Surprising Good Values at
$15 $18 and $20
Models with Quality and Style seldom found at
these modest figures. We give exceptional val-
ues at these prices and offer the garments them-
selves as evidence in support of our claim. Ex-
amine them look for flaws inspect the quality
of material and workmanship compare their cut
and style with the most ( expensive garments
then tell us where else you will find Suits and
Overcoats as attractive as ours at these prices.
SAMPECK and WIDOW JONES
Makes for the Boy and Youth
3.00 to 15.00
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Saturday and Sunday flgfc 2 and J
Joe Weher Offers Geo. V. llohart's English Ver.
sion of the Sensational Musical Comedy Success
CI I AH. A.
Ml It KAY
n anm: PTE
M.V; hi rs "Alma" Oa ll.m-lloo" "(ItlldhoiKl los aaM
Home." "Boggle lt.K" "The lj.ni! of Itcntitlful Dhhiiis"' "l.
Me" ".Ncter More" "Kiss Me My Lovo" "(.lilies " .l('.
Prices - 25c to $1.50 " s" S-S wnkpr rg
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