Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 132, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 18, 1912 Page: 2 of 18
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TTI.M lAII.V Oltl. NI'MJAV I I lllll AltV IS 1012.
Woman Who I his
Given Muc h To
Establish a I !s-
pital For Animals
In City of New
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nun mm in
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WOT I1IESILT IS 10 REGULATE CI
A ROOSEVELT HAIll ADEQUATE LAWS
InlloWIM; A Tltll' io THIS EAKT IIKM I.IMIIXI. Wliullt-
in AMg HOME RI101 I'lMj
mia.M DKt'LAKKB THAI Ti
in i: i v i i i. mu.i n
SEEMS TO BE A 1EAS0N" CONFUSiON FROM STATES
s I i i nmon in OUAUK lil.W
M l ll -i PROMIHKB l
l ill in n i.ll Him. ll.
Hi-UK iniiriiiK of MMvatari QarfluU
Difference in Price of Crude
oil Woh ihuI i in n.
k.i:ti.kk lULK Okb .. ivi.. 17.-
"Bttr iiubt Itandard mi Influence
ihuu Tufi buNinttiiH Ju Igment." Thli
quotation from a prominent Bertie
v lllu oil upiirulor In h 'I to i IfciO
thu recent and hasty d sctlon ol 'Uf
Tuft travon by the oil crowd ol iMu
lioiiir liouitud by tin' lii.li.m Tori
i.kiii vila Hun- aihujh Operated
i miiT Corporate Pom Mytbl.
cul Value An- ah Wrong
ST. l.i h is j'Vb. IT. To eetabltah
III- prO DOT (I'lliuliim bOtWMD 'Imsi-
Ron mid ihw" Attorney General
Wlolceraham before the Commercial
iui bar tonight kiii timt it now
remained fur the Boverntnnl to (act
courageously it proM m iy regulat-
ing Intereat through enactment of.
wmiii' adeouuto luu of association
"Under mii ii statue" he ld "tberl
may b retained the irreal advantage
lot co-opertlve effort In ihe conduct
I of iiumIiiim -whii ii in our day and
Ki lli'l'alion lull. I lie t-T' iil ill viilunii
I iii mat Hucceaaaully tba need of the
Ipeopli while lit the same time pro-
I tenting the people from the conse-
iiiiiiniiiiiiinK Oil company of this quenceo of unreat(afned association
mi' ir.uiiir Hini; in iniiii'iiijn i mm n in me p.iMi naa resulted in un-
spontaneous demand fw iiu we ..'Ii
tin- ii'Xt iiri'Mili'iii. anil ill.' ii. !:'
lug of Qeorg c Prleatle of tii I
oiti for republican national commlCea
Uaok ol it nil la a Httle oil hletory
involving mllllona ol dollara timi ia
now being reogllad.
Tba Indian Tarrttory Illuminating
uii company procured from thu aec-
ii tu ry ol thi iniiTior n liliinkol oil
and ail" leaaa of the Oaaga nation it
haa eubleaaad to acorei of other nu
atom iind ;i great oil and ku Held
bun developedi Thi leaae expiree in
Marcbi inn. Bor yean there h;u
been pul forth frantic efforta to hau
the leaae extended and ii in nuid (be
illuminating l; company hue aaaitrsd
thu lubrieaeaa iimi ii would be extend-
ed by the Taft adminlitration But
us tin' Ihonthi dragged by and no n.-
I iiirillion .( lol'llH'ollllMK lllll I llllj
oiiiii in- done although li la now be
l jlaved :iui Taft would have com-
mid Krim.'iiy nniijuul
f ilr romiii'illloii
"Nothing but continued oonfualon
can reault from leaving thr craatton
and refrulation of theae aaadciatldni
to I ha varying caprice of fortyalght
or fifty itatea. I'mii the national
government oouragaoualy tvn ih-
quoatlon and uiropts the reaponalUU'
ty which the aaaartlon of power in
Ivolvei the proper aquation between
kiialMAM n 1 4 t.. I.. u - A
. ' Mil in.- ion i ii 1 1 ii uv till I
The daya of email trading wor'u
none ho added nnd tho wagea Mia
onably demanded by tba Itandardi
Of living in this oountry oould only
be paid throiiRh thi- ronduit of him-
liifHs on ii lurKo si'iiIp.
"Tho eaaentlal principle upon thu
onforcemont of which oiono can thr
welfare of tho neople iiormlt tho run-
tlnued i xislonro of iirtlfirliil bodies
I with large capital." Mr. Wlckerabam
World's Pair Ni .i' a
in i later u Ban Prano eon
roadi a etra) bll of Ihe
h'ound" i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h of an old
ami by i hance hill upon.
for the return oi
Thi : -. i ii Pranoleii
be Hi" parapn a .i i
MdM V l oi;'N !(( KI I Iii
HAVE PATH i( TIME s A
111 BlNKNS PAHTNEH
ONE TIME MEANS NOTHING
The Tlrolcaa Hunter Daga 11 le taamo
We Qei the Mvaaaga Before Wo
HeaUae x kitoi i- Over.
(lly Frank WIIhoii Nm .i
"Ad. la ITeara nid Bring! Back lKr
Thin caption if- clipped not from
thu iinuriiiuiioii Km it .-iii a diipatch
broadcuKl b u .- ife mid eunu preaa
Ogat your bread upon the watura
gad aftei man) yean u will return
buttered on hmh eldua In no caae
l this more true Hum In that ol ad
ertiintr. Immediate reeulta too v(
A Loulavllle woman loei her leweli
Stop That Itch!
We will uitiriiti(f to ilop ihAi Itrt in two
iecuiuin. A it rent lioltla will piuve it.
No renitd) leal we htfa etm eoM fur
Beiflaa PftoHaftit nnj nil nthrr dttfaaei
f ih Kkin iii gi-n nor ihorouga afttia
faetloa tlmn iln
D. 0. it. I'c ripiion for Enema.
qu.vKr.u dhuu comi-asv
doWi pa pel
mi ad ertlaemi nt
thoio verj getni.
woman luipiu oh i i
nicked no ihe Iomi Ji ele. N
kIio been able to learn to whom they
belonged But now after all theae
yaara and through tne InatrUment
alHj of ihla ancient mildewed "lioet"
advertleemeni the rlngi are returned
io their rii;hiiiii owner.
No Obubi yeara ago the loner n;i i'l
to herielf "Advertlaing doean'l paj.
it didn t bi i tin back my Jewels "
Many another adVertlaar ins said
(he iltme ihlng and wiih no more
roaaon haa aald it without giving ai
vertialng u ohance lo make wood
Of the iter) of the lost rlnga and
their return one perbapi maj sa'
"Mel ely a OOlnc denee "
Ti in- inn a oolneidi ni e with
Judk'loua Idvertlalng at Comnound
Advertlaing doea not have to rly
upon the exceptional for Iti fulfill'
ment The i xi eptlonal happeui whon
advertl 'inn i not reeultful.
Tins wonderful bualneaa force ha
bean likened to the dripping of wa
ler thut wears gwa) the stone. Borne
linns adyertlalng becauae of the
enorntbui volume employed m
more accurately likened to ihe floa
of Niagara. In tuob eases tremend-
ouj mil usti :t i works are performed
s a jmie. boever the mills of ad-
vertlaing grind alowly but they grind
thoroughly and dollar are the grlat
Bom advertlaing medttimg cefuae
oertain ktnda of "one time" bualneta
"Oi.ee and out" Isn'l fair 'o Ihe px
per to the advertlaer or to advertlaing
as mi Institution.
Through advertlelng the purchaaef
Is brought Utile bj 'Itt.e to the buy-
i n k point
i 1 1 rem Invented al compound in
tereei at the dawn of tbe Chrietlan
era a nqld todaj umouni to a sunt
vo lust Unit to gtato it v.ouid irtaggtr
So the effect of Judlcloua gdver
tlalng coropeund aacumulatea pyra'
iu:ds and ii ddei n'i take 1900 yni
to make good elthi r
s olio of Aiuorlcu'a beet kftOf ii
1 1 mei
rim Oral appearance
plied with the daairea of ihe operator
in order to carry a large portion of
Oklahoma the Illuminating Oil com-
pany be aine (tightened. There w is
oo sale for production In the Oiage. 1
(ipetators professed to belli ve that!
Taft would not make the extension'
and they ould not purcha proper
had not more
may mer ly i nua n
s. i ..ii ! trip It
third time W(
fs i n.
fun ih time we n ni the catch
I'f.ii time th fiisi uaiaaranh
"The Blxtp ttrno we cotirplete the
I "The aeventh time it W us to
i thinking aerlouel.v
continued "I th recognition of the
power of the government us greater
i hun that of any corporation or croup
of men and tho conata.nl exerdae of
that powor. "Probably negative rp-
triotlva legislation has none as far
as Is niyessary. The preat principle
ihu'. the highway of commerce shall
he open to all undef equal terms and
that mOn may not bund themselves
by unfair method! to destroy com-
petitors is now fully recognized by
law nnd adequate means are provided
to prevent violations of thut lnw.
Mr. Wl. kersham ssid thfl snn lv I
manehlp. immediately thereafter iiReneriii convention which luid wit-
trong "delhand" was felt for tbe or naaaad the abuses of corooratlon
A call should not pass away without meet
ing legislation and lecurlng methods
iy on Which the leu
ol Ulan (wo year to run.
Ami Then Came a "Demand."
eorge 1 '. i tie made a trip to
tbe eaat lie came buck to Bartlea-
vllle long enough to announce hit
candldacj for the patlonal commltteo
si ore of r
out signed by possibly a
publicans. Included ill thai
M. r. Stitwell former sec
"The ghth tlmi
' 'I lie ninth tluu
Tim tenth time
Ho mi antlme felt
ti le we buy."
ldvcrtbi ng Plmls ii
The advertiser of a
able dreaa form was
we d sire
a m i d for Hi.
tionni: l. D.
r of the Illuminating
and now prealdent of
s I i-i ii k. the Union Xa
Rood stockholder 'o
hiinting in ih
voi ds of Maine last year. The iiiesi
"i gam i.d him into a tangled
swamp. Here he found not a HIOOM
but on the ground half hidden among
the yellow leave n id' of piper. It
prove to in a fragment of a copy of
ho a well known periodical and it co'v
iwltalned tbe announcement of a second
at that time soliciting his pit
. The advertiser noted wlih
Hun. although printed ten year
and exposed nobody knows
everyone is a member of some sec-
'11 1 A
Hivaniati't's vmir meillbeitHuin
ii i Boeiet j . I Ih1
lirins is urcailv enhanced when people
aware or it at a glance. The emblem r the
which you arc a member is an Ideal way to
pie with the ract
how long to the effects of the weatb.
er it was in a state f perfect preaa
vatlon. The flu ler forwarded th.!
cuWoalti to th periodical seeking uu
I ashless With a lot! i r In which ho
"i came upon this fragment while
seeking lame nnd ii has occurred bp
mi thai In i was an advertisement is
like n hunted deer once started
there Is no telling whi le It will ko."
He might have added with truth
fhat ai it is hi unless hunter who
bag the game so it is the persistent
advertiser who' "bring home tbe bu-:
ll often happen th it I bus new OA'
tei pi No is outlived by Its own adver-
tlelng. To paraphrase Shakespeare
'The advertising that men do -Uvea
How often one recalls something
one bus seen advi rUaed in ihe years
both the bank and the company:
Tut and H. C. Moore both idetiti-
fied wl'h the eompany and tho bunk;
.lam. s A Vcascy. attorney for the
company; ( B. Jennings asaoelated
with Prlestle In the oil business; O.
1.. Owiley secretary treasurer of the
Wolverine ''ii company a Priestley
concern and a few others of the
A week was deviled to ilrumnilni:
up enthusiasm for th- meeting when
the club was organised; About fif'.v
republican responded to the cull and
the Kniei prise the local republican
organ the mxt day told of the "on
thuiiaitlc" meeting and said that "o
per cent of tbe republicans of Bartlw
vllle are demanding Roosevelt."
Il Was An Oily Crowd
Of the fifty ut ihe meeting ai least
two thirds are direct!) connected with
the in. linn Territory Illuminating on
company or with Priestley As but
fifty attended the meeting nfter a
week of diligent effort to arouse on-ihusi.-ni
and (lore are l.tOO Repub-
lioani in the city the clulm that 90
per cent are for Roosovoll seems a
little strotiR. say republican who re-
It is now asserted Unit the tr p of
Priestley to the oust and his hurried
Juorney back home were to get th-
rlfcht line on the extension of tbe
of enforcing It us to forever prevent
"No limit." Mr. Wlokersham said
' "can or should be s.d io th Capgcltjj
of an association for legitimate nor-
j mai growth but it should be mpos-
Ktbl for li to inflate Itself by m-lhl-rnl
values based upon nothing; but
execution hope or misrepresentation
"No individual Carrying on of hus-
ness as such and no mere pur ner
ship has over yet succeeded In nb-
Sorbing so ItirRe u shnre of the trade
or commerea of the country us to
tbreaten in acoomplbih monopoly.
The i?reiit evils which have arisen
have always operated under corporate
form and only by means of control
from the corporate organisation can
tbe national government effectively
prevent the recurrence of evil."
sent to Demonstrate the Merits ol
Pyramid Pile Remedy.
What It Han
Done for Other
It Cnn Do
Osage blanket lease. He Is said to jr.
have rocclvi'il the assurance that th-'
Standard Oil company will demand
tin- extension an I Unit Honsov. lt h i.i j ff vml Could read these unsolicited
.inn eu io m.ihe u ne uitum pets voll Wllll( to
to Hie line House.
We have testimonials by the hun-
showlni: all stages kinds and
regi-ccs of ;yiles which have been
Cured by ryriimid l'lle lleniidy
1 ii addition there is do prettier piece of jewelry r
in better taste. Yon naturall are proud t' the bo-
their Insigua is an
We Tiavc a large as
icty to wliii
li you belong; earing
tlirin as w ell as to 3 mi.
atone. woliileiH It II Is still on the
n ni.! and us tor an old friend hank. "nx extenalon of this base means
ii- f. r a Sight of oik- of the old (g. mllllona of dollars to the Illuminating
i ST announcements. j " company and to the sub lesees.
Potential are Itnislble SSSetS that bence the desertion of Tnft.
are ignored forgotten. The mcssao! And ln v'w "f he WtWnf bat
--:. il- pit. nr. I sua. ue deal the oil men cot from Jim
hunt before we know It. and anotlv my "rfleld "hn he a aecretnry of
r in tori is seond for the Renll of xh(t Interior under Roosevelt ond the
it i rlnting preSa Bo ye who employ farther fact that the price of oil un
the myriad sab-sunn of publicity rtor Tft hB" reached a higher level
fall not to enlist the aid of good old nBn ln lx yeur" before with every
Kfcthet Time. indication that It will ro still hlgh-r.
Th motto of the hlKKeet nnd oldest operators who are not owned or eon '
BdverUelng agency on the continent
ems at attractive prices. Come in and
Si'o our AtlKar Temple T
Is Keeping everlastingly at it brings
WeOegle -s on s.
"Well. I ll tell you thla.-
college man. "Wellesley Is
That's quite true" assented tho
elrl. "XI WfgleglM we make th
hede bttt Wl get the sticks from
It Is said t hut the Hebrew popula-
tion "f New York city la 604im half
the total number of Hebrews ln the
I'mied Slates. The entire world
Ilea of the Hebrew la oitlmut.
(ed la be luUt0l.
'rolled by the Indian Territory Ilium.
Inatlng oil Company are said to view
with much distaste this desertion 'n
time of need.
It Is believed that th Toft man
ngers would be glad to possess an n't
planntlnn of the s'idden flof to Rooa?
velt and It la reported thai they will
be nr.pmlnled with a little of the In
side history of the oil business and
why It la believed better to trust the
Htandard Ol Influenoo lhau Taft busl
letlers vou would no doubt go to
nearest ilniK store and buy a box of
Pyramid Pile Remedy at once price
We do not ask you to do this. Send
us your name and addtess and we
will send you a trial package by tin
We know what the trial paekace
will do. In many cases It has cured
piles without further treatment. If It
proves lis value to you order mor
from your druggist at SOe n box This
l fair. Is It not? Simply cut out free
coupon beloWand mall today with yotir
name nnd address on a slip of pape
to the pyruinld Orug Co. 4 25 Pyra
mid llldg.. Marshall. Ml-h . nnd n
sample will he sent you ITiKK.
Mttle slow Tel.
Some of the democrat governors
nro not doing their full duty. Onl
seven of llieni rue candidates for th
presidency. Ole .-land liidor.
They Will Not
So if you expect to take advan-
tage of our $10 Suit and Overcoat Sale
YOU HAD BETTER HURRY
The Greatest Clothing values shown any-
where are here and udglng from the way
the people are snatching them up we ex-
pect to have every Fall Suit and Overcoat
in our store sold in a lew days.
Worth $15 $18 $20 $2iS0
This means exactly what we advertise.
All blue serge suits and black worsteds
a!l tCravenettes light and heavy overcoats
trom 515 to 922.50-
Youp Ciioice 10
Manhattan Shirt Sale is still on-
Stock ?Jp Now
Clean hath room tub pipes
and sink with COLD DUST
To keep bath tub and lavatory snow while to
keep metal pipes fixtures and taps brightly bur-
nishedto purify metal bowl there's nothing on
earth like Gold Dust. Gold Dust is the great sani-
tary cleanser because it sterilizes while it cleans
and drives out every germ and hidden impurity.
Other products may ck :i the surface Gold
Dust cleanses to th6 bottom.
Add a heaping tea-
spoonful of Gold Dust to
a pail of water and you
are ready to prove
Gold Dust is sold in
5C siife and large pack-
ages. Tho large package
means greater economy.
'Let the GOLD DUST TWINS
do your work ' '
Made by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY Chicago
( Makers ol Fairy Soup (tho oval cake)
1 atgvM amlmot.comf'lete
..i.r of Mr tig n thu iltf
nlit r tmrk abtnlutftv sjg v
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATEL Y rllLE )
(.OH. FOVHTH AND Vf wv
1 READ OIIM WANT AI.S
fi) roil BARG ls.
PEOPLES ICE CO
PHONE 319 Isl CHEYENNE
l MHIII II lT Ml .
WHEN THINKING 01-
FLOWER ROOM 321 S. MAIN
Dr. J. H. Morgan
MM l I l I ft
Eye Ear. Nose
fllaiMM oamott ft-
ksl. Halafa'loii guar
anieenl tu j Efa)n.
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