Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 111, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 25, 1912 Page: 4 of 10
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flat aid of hindering sucn work
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in niir of nu noblaa) works of man
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twi.ni.. ti'.ii. in iiik Hi. numbei t ttui-t om
log tuid nonlh givee e dally awrage uf 'Hn.
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tuiti in. mil. r ui ooplea .( Hi" iiii i'i" y
Wm III eJreBleted far ttir tu.nivii ondmK Hun
duy Dareuiber Blat mil. after deduetlnl
all spoiled ui prlollagi lefl ofera mid offlei
ute. hui an average of M4H eopleB ol ttid
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fillllNrril'.'.l Nll.l IWOrn In lii-fid t) ill" iMa
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UOR4 .'III. I. Kit.
(SK.AI.) N laty 1'iihlle.
My earanlnloa oaplrea Joly I0( 1011
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is) "Paopla who aook in oxo ua a !'
it their faultg an. only ball ra ;
) i. tit nu of tham." '
A WORK THAT Minus GOOD-
NESS til' sin U
" l t ai ii itranarar ami ye took ma
In: naked and ye clothed ma."
Whut the Humane Buolaty of Tulan
tho mlnlBtera of the riij's ohurchoe
mid C Ei Buchnor aocrotarj uf tin1
Tulaa v. M. C. A. and pal uf tho llitio
boya and vns are UoIhk in th.. w iy
of finding homaa for tin1 walfa ofi
human driftwood almoat oxhauata
the power of understanding. They
urn doing u work whoai laatlm fruit 1 1
win be gathered only when the raaT-j
gcu Itttli' in Inns and maids 1
huvn li.' n placed in good home
take up in. nil uml ami womanhood
and imrMii' nolileneaa uf oharaotor
aloiiK tin' putha uf this IIi'.'h uctivltv.
Greater lova haa no man than thai
he lay down hiM life fur hi frlenda
not merely that Id.. nil must lie sited
or that tin- pulae heats cease hut
ruth t thai aotne of the goodneaal
which has tieen ahoweiM b dlvlnol
beneficence ami aooumulated under
skies uf fortune he caused to atretoh
outward until the atrongora ate in-
deed tukeii in mid the nuked become
Th.se UK 1 ; its uf untarnished he-
nevolence have within the imst gov
araJ weeka Bought out ami founJ
homes fur n siute df little boya and
girls all tattited and turn raggui
and dirty. Taese have heeti m i.
trom n blemlahed atmoBDhera where
eery breath harasses morality; from
an environment which bj every law
of life is a harborage where ships of
evil drop anchor and patrol the home
surroundings with the craft of tempt.!
titlun. They have aoughl thoaa Ullle'
ones out f rum among the multitude!
ami took It upon themselves to be-
come foster parenti insofar as
bleating them with happiness mil
comfort is conoernad. Dirt facet
have been made l elean and foul
minds are in the iiineeis of . leans n :
Haltered garments have been roplacvd
with a spoil s dr. ss and eyea
hut a few abort years or months that
have bean made clean and foul
horizon helghta of soul contamination
are now peering Into a glorloua fu-
ture from an unobetruoted vlewpoln.
The nti.Ht of these children have
been given homes hy persons livlnt
in Tulsa persona whose namea and
pictures will undoubtedly adorn the
Hall of Kami of tied Almighty Nol
one of th. in. SO far as can he I. am I
has basin placed In n home laoklll :
In Christianity or morality oP whore
the burdens of the home nre bo se-
vere that ordinary comfort may not
be glv.'n. These nre thing! which are
required before application for i
child is ptvea . iocs consideration
A personal vi It is paid to every hoiiil
a little one Is about to enter.
Let It be said with sorrow that pity
ghnuld rest wl'h the one who disturb.!
the life of one of th. se children when
It Is about to blossom Into sunshine.
with th. one who disrupts arrange
ments for keeping one of them. In
one or two Inetances It Is reported
that to Ighi iii;lng goeslpeM have piled
klnd-heirted person! with quest OM
until the child has been returned Pi
the ohnr'" of tin foregoing aganclea.
stdveH unoni many praaadentlal
nomination seekers. The public is
lieKllllliliK In discover Hint most of
their ipokaamen umi aggraealva work
ms me paraona who have peraonnl
grlevMoeg aither agalnil the pre i-
deni or agalnsl the macblni ry of the
oourti whi. h the president Of the a'-
lorne.v ganaral has mi in motion den-
atui I a Kolli-tte mound whom 'he
InaurgonUj were expected to rally Is
How onl) ..lie of many persons win
pose us nomination aspirants among
them ganator Cummtm is uiso to I
hlmaeK in the field. Already'
he has a liter an bureau at wank. Rc.
Senator Baverldge is "In the hands of
his friends'' I. such an aXtenl that
"straw vol.s" are lielnn taken I..I
show that lie nol only leads I. a Ko.
iiiii and Cummtna bul thai he is the
"logloal" chieftain In the republican
revolt. Governor Ogborn oi Ulob'-
nan is being "mentioned" actively ii
connection with the candidacy bj
many of the "prograaaivai." No Iuhk-
er is there the aemblanoe of that
unity among the republican back-
siidetn which was expected u few
month! iino su.vs the Globe Demo-.
The advocacy of the cause of the
ooitera hy Ex-Secretary Garfield uml
Box-Forester Plnohot win. have boon
Identified with it from the beginning
has c ast auaplcion upon the glnoortty
of M.nie of the most conaplououa of
the iniurgonU The Identification of
McHargi alao a former employe of
the government with the movement
atrangthena the ausploton that th
y4 ' i a which is atiiiiii.il to then
title has something to do with the de-
mand for it new presidential candle
dale. The fact i hat Qoorge w. Par
imnB a rarmer partner or j Pierpont
yaorgan has become u leader In th.
Insurgent ranks is not calculated to
i win proselytes to its faith. Severe
i trust magnate! who have been u'
tacked hy the Departmenl of Juatlc
and others who are hooked lor an at
link ate also asking for a new daa
hy the Republican National Con-
vention .Mr. Perklna' Cava of Adii-
lam in New v..rk is beginning to at-
tract us variegated an assortment if
persona who are in dlatresa in del'
or who ai e discontented lor any r. t
s.iii ur fur no reason as gathered la
David's refuge of long ago. An excel-
lent In. siias- man Is Mr. Parking but
his a. live participation In the Insur-
gent movement win give more
triumph to the opponents of Uiii
cause than it will to its friends. A
movemenl which has luch men at its
head us are lure named can hard:)
make milch progress with the people
The more they attempt In lead the
farther backward their cause will g.
A suspicion of their motives will bo .1
powerful obatructlon In their path.
Messrs. Ui (Toilette Cummlna and
BeVefidg! are In bad company a fact
which they have probably dlaoovered
by this time. Their cause however
is oaloulated to Invite Just such affili-
ations. An ambitloui demonstration in the
inaurgency is planned to take place
in Bpringneld in. on January 27 but
one of the principal newspaper ad-
vocates of their cause danoUBOM the
men Identified with it as "misrepre-
aentatlng progress and Republican-
ila.y. Nearly all the real leader!
turned up missing It.. urn.- the In i
of the an Hilled progressive RepuUll-
DM National league was uhscnt So
were HrlBlow t'unimlna MurUock
Norils Works (ishoin uml must of
the others who had i p aumberad
among the republloan Insurgent! lie-
port at the time asid that tha Wisoon-
itn isnator was disappointed tl u i
meager attendanoa ui the gathering.
II. lias li.nl liliir. s.'l iiiin reasoiis r.r
dl'uppolnlmeiit ai tin showing ol m-
lurgency slnos that time and it 'i
likely to collapse us an active StOt
maul "f party disturbance before a
general showing or hands is forooj
In the convention.
A Kunsus City gas ggpeft says that
gas is ut its best at aero beoaugk
lis heat units In. r. use one per OSAl
with every drop or rive degree in tem-
perature lie may he right but ara
hav e a dlstln t i e. oil etlon of a few
J.. .. ...i .. .. .. .
mm iir" linen ii en ii i ii n i nave h. . n
mo woraa along uhout zero.
Mrs. ii. II. . Belmont says -Ills
soon to stmt mi afternoon daily
In New fork for women and edited
i.y women. Mrs. Belmont herself
niu also personally superintend tn
manning of the editorial staff
a St Louis billiard player has
' given M.000 in the courts be-
cause In- lost his "billiard touch" in
an accident. This Is another boot
for Ihe can: of specializing. What-
ever is worth doing Is worth doing
J. f. Hill has iml in .I a trv k
leva dor thereby adding his might to
the slim total i to
Grocers are now able to pay a
Olerk at the ond of the vveok lv
giving hi in a couple of pound! uf
butter and seven eggs.
Whlh- the democratic hopes are
warming up to aeu which egg la t .
go Into the hex Mr. Wilron la m l.-
ing a beautiful backstop.
I'i.. m the looks nf the pojltlrej
arena the foolklller bus been blu. p-
itig on his rights. t
It HUs the
winning wiiva or th
broke up their Tilil
It must be expected While tho In-
surgents are out barnstorming that
thai should put up some fairly good
A grand Jury la now threatened it
Muskogee because the smaller courts
don't give greater Justice n
The county usseasor la ul.ro id In the
lund Becking whom ho may devour
on a DUB busts.
Kven a cave man couldn't get it
Bomu of ths underground political
Anybody but an egg can conio luck
after having bean broke.
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS i
To the oiusena of Tulsai
I hereb awnovnoe mytolf as a can'
did:. to for the offloo oi Mayor suh-
loot ui the approval ..r the Rupublli an
party umi the choice of tin- votera m
the April election
i: i itvi:.
To the Citizens of Tulsa:
i iier. by announce myself as a can-
didata f-.r tin- office ..f Commission'
cr of ihe Becond Ward lUbJaV I In tin-
approve! of the Demooratlo party
and th. choice of i!i0 votors u th
J. H. WILSON.
Mr. Taft'i cousin at Sawtelle Cel.
Is i'ii'' to ho v. ry agile ut the age
of t:i. while the latest from Coatgate
indicates that IIIII himself Is showing
i some alacrity
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WflJtl 't S MuV Iirn fin nil a anil B I - ul 1 1
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9 Coiuk iued Statement at the close of bust- IB
Vik. HeaourfBBl. Llabllltlra Ha
I Loam ant' discounts I3K.2SS.52 Capital stock paid In 100.000.00 I
I 4200.00 9
Five per cent Fund 1260.00 IS
"Please go Find My Billy" wasn't
written for Tutaa policemen to slmr
any more than "Absence Makes No
Difference" was written for "lvn.i-
Who can oomprefa mi the posslbll-
itiei In a world where stuto oapltoll
nre given away and where the sleal-
r'u can eat these
they are. so niie and
liKiit. I made them
With II cr lth Cl.ifi
One ttaspoonful of Health Club
goes as far as two of other brands
sennit ior mo samo
price. This is proof
of its greater strength
and economy. Health
Club sells for a cent an
ounce an honest
ami-trust price in
')c-1jc-2Cc cans at
What Does Your Bank
Do For You?
lie service tl ;i i;i i ik td itv I'liciiintiips: s urn i ('(insist o :i inT'iit i lea I llinic
nierelv receivinrr rifinnsits :iiiil hnnfiUno1 fTiAfkinr :ici(iiiiits.
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Many people suffer inconvenience and actual Joss of money because they
Hot have the beiipfil ol' tlw full scrvii-c thai a hank should render to its
This institution is fully equipped to serve you in every banking capacity
and whatever your requirements may be you will find the facilities of this bank
of practical benefit.
ue i-oiisi'i'val ive manner in which everv rt:n c t he business t his hnnlr
Is managed and capital surplus and stockholders' liabilitv of $350000.00 as-
invited to make use of our entire
o-'oii- .ui n 'i ii C .ii i i.-k i ii
gooagrocerg : T-V 8 tnre eoinpletc salcly for all
i";; i t 1'UWlU t J I U I ' '1 . ril 1 1 Si !
companv r '-u-a-tii? i bvery resident of Tulsa and vicinity is
tastb.. Louis in. w sendee.
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11 Exchange National Bank
ln ol a chicken tnaj ..1 on the gal- ' 1 I
; i .eF S B 1 w d3k l?sA jtvi&i js&. I
rm . i
i nai is wn.-it a new
Other well within 3000
nere on cne townsite a new well is drilling today and two new wells contracted
for. Is or is not this an opportunity for an investment ! Jenks is a good tow n and is
growing ask any one. We don't care who. Jenks will alwavs be a crood town. lie.
in I lie oil fields Will have to live. Here stores lire iloinrr a hire hno
- - a . ' i a ( i 'IW MIO
property will advance more for the amount in-
who work in tin
. Here houses an
well IS dome Within L'.nOO Cet o the townsite of .!
feci ia doins 900 bbls. of oil oerdav.
vested th.'in any place in the state. Don t believe us! Don't believe any
listen. Take a dav off on Ratiirdftv tlu 77th nnrl maVa a Mr i n .Tonlra
GRAND INAUGURAL AUCTION LOT SALE AT JENKS SAT-
URDAY JAN. 27th Beginning ai 10 a. m sharp on JL
One Hundred Choice Lots at Auction. N't. lots reserved and tho oil and gas rights
go with every lot. You can drill a well. You can lease your lot yon can build you a
home of your own on it; or you can hold it and make a handsome profit. Any of' these
things mentioned are good for the man or woman who has a few dollars for an invest-
ment. At this sale $500.00 worth of lots will be given away. No strings to this offer eith-
er dust attend the sale at Jenks on Saturday Train leaves Tulsa on the Midland
alley railroad at 7:"0 a. in. Don't miss this train or tile sale.
brass band concerts and a irood time. For particulars
Thi r'a only 'limit a
fin nine Jokgg this
iner I' u L'uiquct.
iwo-tniro! crop o
yenr. tut no com-
Nevef tulie a ham-
F. B. Bannister Sales Mgr.
5 East Third Street
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