Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 134, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 21, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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FLOCKING TO THE
J I i I KIN l III II I. I I
I I I I II I) II S Ml I N IV
M III I I I II I oil HIM.
Free concerts to Demonstrate
new February Victor Records
A tup notch prOWB" no concert msnSgSMSUl euuld
afford m il an array of (uliinl.
A "request" program Wo II give you record supple-
ment ui you pick out lb selections you mat ' hur.
Juki hint of the variety.
rNiT Cennena Vocal Wuiu
8IH."i I Sxnn". of Aini-i li u No. I
102:1--In 1 1 - Days of Girls end Boys
. . Ouuifbt ii Bun
. Myron Qi iiurimi
Iftgll "Oouw or buxembourg" wiiiiiwi
BSffll "Quaker Slri Wellies
iioiMia Just e-wearyln' for Vou
USSIS I 'ei iuim ni- (lor nil
I . nil'))
Ar'hiii- Prjror'i Band
I in) lwihrii)' Marah
SELLS DRUG CO.
Ill) Bontll Main.
THE it 1 oil BTORH
NOW NftS 32 DELEGATES
Mo i Ifaaaurlng Kopurtu uro hring
HkiImmI rrtwi Bfcry Section r
(III1 4 i 1 1 1 1 1 1
FOR DOROTHY CLARK
DKATil CAME in I I mi s ON
BKVKNTH .VI FIISAKV
IN TO M itv Hi ii II.
A coincident both strange and un-
usual a waJJ iiH uncanny accom-
panied the diaaatroua fin- laal Sun-
day morning a) a farm home throa
mllaa from Qtann Pool in Tulsa
oounty which cosl the Uvea of two
children ami cut tin- rather of the
household to a TuImii IiomiI(iiI suffer-
ing from bums which ho received
while attempting lha reaoue f hia
win ami aeveu ahlldren from tho
ioroih Clark the little daughter
of tin' famll) who wan burn ud m
death before shu roulil he removed
rrom the flames wh aeven yean of
ago to the very hour when her death
anir. It was hi r birthday Just
aa she paaaed the six year mark Hie
An Aid to Spotless Bath Tubs
It is easy tn keep the bathtub clean
anil bright when you know how A
solution of Gnlil Dust washing powder
ami warm water will quickly remove
every particle of dirt. If any rough
places or dark spots' appear these can
be easily removed by sprinkling a lit; It
Gold Dust washing powder on a cloth
and robbing hrkly. The water hasiit
and water clotel can be kept perfectly
liriglit if thoroughly clcnniol with Ciohl
Dust once a week. Gold Oust not only
cleanses but sterilises everything With
Which it comes in contact.
udden flames enveloped bars utile
body and snuffed out bar Ufa she
was burned so badly that nothing hn'
the skull ami a small portion of Iho !
body was found In tin ruins The j
hoy Gerald aged six who died ufim i
being hrouxht to ii Tulsa hospital
showed a wonderful bravery for a
youngster He was unconscious
must of the Him- hul in the way to
the hospital ami during his rational
spells he feebly Inquired if "Sister
Dorothy ami ths other kids" got out
Tim two children were burled yea
larday al Bapuloa Ths father who
I lies in a loeal ward hospital so bad-
ly burned thai he is barely able to
move could not of course attend ths
funeral Bui he rested easy oontrnt
in the though! that he hail Ht Toast
saved the IWes of fiv of his hii-
dren Bonrtle B-atnea Bartleavllle Banker
j RARtfeBBVILLB klu.. Peb 10.
it. I. ! ic.t v ii-. assistant cashier of the
date ' itv National Bank of Kansas
City has Pttrch&Sed slink and will as-
sume active management of the Union
National Hank of Bartlasvllle ac-
cordlng to an announcement made
here today. At a director's meeting
ic in- held between now ami March
1 Mr Beattle will be named as pres-
ident of the local hank. Three years
ago Mr. Beatle was president of Ibe
llartlesvllle National hank. Hi- sohl
his Intoresl In the Institution went to
Kansas City .'11111 bapemo Identified
with the Qate 'iiy National bank
l.'pon his return here be will manage
the rival of his old bank. When Mr.
Beattle takes charge Mortimer P.
Bttllwell will retire from tin. Union
National hank ami win her urn' asso-
ciated with the imiiHii Territory tliu-
mlnotlna company here
Arkansas In 1010 raised agricultural
products worth I18B 000000
THOUSAIS HAVE KIDNEY
TROUBLE AND IT KNOW IT
Weak ami unhealthy kidneys arc
probably responsible for more sick-
ness and suffering than any other
ilis.'.is.. therefore when through neg-
tact or othe causes kidney trouble la
permitted i" roittlnue sorlous resuUi
lire BUri to follow.
tent Ion but
pause they do
If you feel
the cause of
Pay liver and bladder remedy
eattse 11s noun iis your kidneys b
to Improve they will help 11 the 1
er organs to health.
kidney disorders are the most com-
mon diseases thai prevail thry are
almost the last recognised by pa-
Uenl 1 1 1 physicians who usually con-
lent themselves with doctoring the
effects while the original disease
constantly undermines tho system
A Trial win Convince Anyone
The mild iimi Immediate affect of
Swamp-ltoot the trr-at kidney liver
and bladder remedy) is soon realised
it stands the highest for Its remark
able resul s in the roost distressing
Kymptoms of Kldnoj
for everything hat
' pass our wnier
mid day smarting
vou are obliged
or Irritation In
organs may need at-
niir khVis most he-
most nn I should have
Hint your kidneys are
your sickness or run
commence taking Df
fl a 1 11 1-i:oi the great
passing brlck-dusi or sediment In the
urine head ache backache lame
hin'k. dizziness poor digestion sleep-
lessness nervousness heart disturb
.1 in o due tO bad kidney trouble skin
eruptions froin bad blood nourangte
rheumatism lumbago bloating trrt-
tablllty wornout feeling lack of am
bltton may be loss of flesh sallow
OOmploSton or BHght'S disease may
lbs stealing upon you wht'h Is trie
I worm form of kidney trouble
Swamp-Root la 1 1 muu to Take.
if you are already oonvtnoed that
Bwamp-Boot la what you need you
can pwri Iihsh the regulaf flfty-fht
ali i OPS dollar size buttles lit all ill iir
sample Bottle tM-m free
Prcvaletic) of Kldnej Btecaae
Most people do not realise the
elg'intng In leas- nnrt remrkatilo
nrevalency of kidney disease. While
EDtTOHIAIi xtrTlt'K To prove the wonderful merits of Swamp-
Hunt you may have a sample bottle .ntul n I k of valuable Information
both sent nliRoltitoly free by mall. The 1 k contains many of the th 'tis-
snds of letters received from men and women Who found Bwamp-Hool
1o bo Just the remedy thoy needed. The value and sue ess of Hwamp-
Root Is ao well known that our ri iders are nd.ls il In send for 11 sum-
pie bottle. Addregs lr. Kilmer Ai Co. Blnghamton N Y . hu sure to stiy
you read this generous offer In lite Tulaa I)aily World. The genulnunSsa
of this of fur is guaranteed
PASHINQTON D C Pgb 10.-
(If pedal ) fourteen fnstruoted Tail
delegates to tin Chicago convention
Hull el led during the wook Just
snded bringing ths prsstdsnt's totui
core to vi. it tin re is any real oppo-
sition to president Tart's rsnomlna-
Him II lias not Vet 'ion RIMtfSSt
through lbs solo Hon u( gntl-Taft
delggatSS Thu deloKUtes thai WOTS
added tu the Tuft column this Week
were the tour from Ooorgls at largs
and two euch from tin first fifth und
nintb Osorgla dtstrlots the slgbth
Ifginla and ths first Tennesssa
in other respeots the prorsss of
ths campaign tor Mr Taft's rsuomt-
nation has been most satisfactory to
I Hi- tor McKlnlay Beorstary Blllss
Hid Hie others who uri taking an ac-
tive pun. aii the news recelvsd dur-
ing Hie week hits been SnOOUfSglng
mid of u reassuring oharaoter and
also from those states In whltfff ths
Ko-caiied antl-Taft sentlmant has
been advertised us predominating
ci mes news of :i must optimistic char-
acter Thus for Instance delegates
selected ti the Watertosrn wis. con-
vention to the second congressional
district meeting unanimously en-
dorsed the president. The third Wis-
consin distrii t hus put Tn ft delegates
b to the field. in Calhoun county
Iowa of the 142 delegates to the
county convention declared for Taft
and Instructed Iho delegates to the
tenth ilistilet mid the Hlutu conven-
tions. Assurances from town Kansas
Wisconsin New Jersey Ohio New
York. West Virginia Missouri and
otinr itatns brought cheer to the
men ut Tuft headquarters drove L
Johnson father of Governor Klrem
Johnson uf California de hired that
California Is for Taft snd former
Governor 1. M Qtllotte cordially en-
dois.i his statement Former Gov-
ernor lloeh. of Kansas bus come out
openly for President Taft predicting
the support of his slate and the tri-
umphant r nomination of the presi-
dent. "Furthest North" in lane.
Tangible results have been aohleved
in other sections. Ths "farthest
north'' republican convention at
Nome Alaska Instructed Its to dele-
gates to ths territorial oonvsntlon at
ford a on March 10 for President
Taft Ths state committee of Colora-
do ha sendorsed the president by a
vote of lOH in 10 Ths Kentucky
state republican committee lacking
1111 one vote of making it unani-
mous endorsed the president for re-
nomination. ' The Oklahoma stale
committee did likewise by s vote of
:7 to I 'ii' republican seutral com-
mittee of Cowley County Kansas. one
of the largest agricultural counties
in the state endorsed the president.
The Vt rroont state 1 ommlttee cams
mil unanimously In bis favor. The
district committee of ths Oklahoma
first district endorsed him So did
the republican Catherines f Chester-
field county Lee county Wythe coun-
ty ami Btand county Instructing dts-
II i l and state delegates for the presi-
dent. In Mercer county Missouri.
the convention elsetsd Tafl delegates
to the state convention In the ninth
Al ii una district Ihs one In w hich
is crowded ths entire antl-Taft organ'
ISStlon of the slate ths Tafl men cap-
tured ths committee by a vote of It
to ii therein removing an aouoi ns
to the makeup of the delegation from
Alabama. It Will be solid for Taft.
Hawaii bus fallen Into Hue and the
action taken by the committee and
leading republicans of the territory
assure President aft pf the si dele-
gates from the Islands
Tafl clubs Organising
Tuft olubs are being organized ev-
erywhere among the Important or-
ganlsatlons reported during the week
being those from Spokane Wash..
Knst Liverpool. i.. nmt Kackensack
X. J Shell v county. In which Mem
phis. Tsnn. l looated al the republi-
can county convention endorsed
Presldi nt T.ift for rehomlnatlon. The
republican executive committee of ths
second Tenensaes district did likewise
tn Indiana the Lincoln league whose
membership comprises 1000 of the
younger republicans of the State
meeting at NeweaStlOi endorsed the
president for renonilnnttnn In Qrand
Raplda Mich. ths Reporter a LaFol
tetie organ has made announcement
thai if senator LaBotlstle cannot be
nominated the Reporter srlH support
Some of the mlsroprescntstlos of
the past are being exploded fornvr
Mayor Pred a. Busse of Chicago rm-
trtbuted toward that end by denounc-
ing 'ftiigrlly the reports Whleb have
put him In the antl-T.ift column In
a telegram to Director McKlnlay he
I am for raft."
Supulpe lo 'ii!Mir PSBWfS
HAi'fi.A. Okla. Pen. 10.- (Bps
Clal) A a result of rSCettl eom-
plalntS In regard to plctl res show n
In local moving pi tare tkeatsra
Mayor Denton today appointed a
board of censors In took bate the mut-
ter Tho board consists of George a
Smith Mrs B Norton Wlitlo and
Mrs. Mabel Itasset.
Ml'91 111 n I It 1 1 1 nit Hill's
PUII si W I It III II HIM..
An UmwugUt Mistake Had ihs Bo
lin ns I qu iii i Hutcrvl Honrs
Helole Her lu ll.
BscaiISS the OftMal organ of Ihp
city HdiiiliilHliiilton made mlsiako
in printing Hn- original -all for bids
ths "My OOmroUMlnner were yester-
a few iiuys ago iii awarding the con
a fw iiuys ago iii awarding tin- con
III) IN to llllee ft II IK fill the build-
ing of a number of sanitary SSWerS
in BtonsbroaksT Relghtg The olty
auditor was Instructed 11 re-advertise
for bids Necessarily resldsnts
I of Btonebreaker Heights w in in forc-
ed to post pons fur some time the
bom tits In lie ill lived flolll II Slllll-
Imy sewer s stein.
I 'I'be mlstakp iii the original idver-
tlsemeng was urn disc.ovored no 11 af
ter all tho Plus were In ami tile rl;-
treits allowed Then it was found
thai tiie mil stated thai lbs bid
WOUld bo received at litfl o'eloek
on l' iiiurnlng of a 11 v'h day and
would be opened ai lilO o'clock on
tin morning of the sumo day 01 sev-
eral hours beforo they were suppos-
ed to have been filed
Mi mi. ih TALKS (iv his 111 1 I.
AGAIN HT dOUPUH sTIONS
in tine- Industrial kystcm Is Affect-
ed Willi 11 Malignant Monop-
olistic Iii 1.
A STOVE COMPAKT
COMMKR4 I XI CLUB PROCURES
s 1 MM) N I'. W I Mil S i ll Y
W n III V I I 1 W I IiH.
LOCATES IN THE EAST END
WASHINGTON Psb. 10. Repre-
sentatlvs .Morgan uf Oklahoma in
the house toduy advocating Ida bill
1 for un Interstate corporation com-
mission declared that the industrial
system 1 the United States wan ln-
feoted with a malignant monopolistic
"iot us create s great Interstate
corporation commission" he said
'clothe it with ample powsr and Jut"
JpdiOtion and direct It to prooold
forthwith to bring the industrial cor
porations into subjection-"
Ma) Inspect Bapulpn's Books.
BAPULPAi Okla. Psb. 10. (Spe-
cial) Petitions are being circulated
over the city requesting Slate Audi-
tors Bcotl und Col- win have Just
completed auditing the county books
to go over the financial affairs of the
city The proposition was heartily en-
dorsed al a meeting Of the taxpayers'
b ague .Monday night.
Suit for tiie foreclosure of n mort-
gage held by S. V. Baker on prop-
erty owned by S. A. Megei and C 0.
Megee was fiiod in ths dis rlcl
court yesterday. I. on H. St:i;isb -ry
Is also a defendant he it is alleged
having an Inferloi claim against the
property. I he suit Is wised on an
overdue note foiUil.000
Judge I.. M. I'oe of the district
court will hand down a decision m
the famous Turkey Island ease nt
Pawnee on n t Monday. This de-
cision is of muoh Importance to Tul-
sa in that it will probably lie based
on whether the Arkansas river Is
navigable or not
County Attorney Cat Matloy is ex-
pected home today from Shawnee
when- In delivered the principal ad-
dress ai a staie-wide celebration of
lb- birthday of George Washtrton
win Broot Two unit Hon- 111 Cad
vii parti ami ntthsgs No PI"
nattctol indiii ciiuiii Gtven
Ground wus broken this Wssb on
Hit site of the buildings who Ii will
bouse Hie Tulsa Htovc and Manufac-
turing company large institution
that will east sluvo pgytg und other
fittings. The only niokle-plating np-
paratus In the slate for doing Work
of this kind on u large scute wll PS
Inst; lied In coiiuectlon.
The DSOtory will be liualud on the
Kuty railroad ilght-of-way east of
town and west of tho gus oorppany
plant. Tho concern has bo'ght u
piece of around 100 by 100 feet In
dimension. Two buildings Will be
erected at nine. Bach will be 4U z
30 feet large and will he of brick
and sheet Iron.
a. c. pRgmagol of Springfield
Mo. who started the Woods-Everts
Stove company of that ''try ten years
ago und made II the large institution
that it Is today is head of the now
Tulsa company. He expects to have
the faptory In operation within sixty
days' time and hus already oontract"
el for the sale of a lurge part of Hie
output to other stove companies.
The Commercial club procured ibis
factory for Tulsa It being tic sec-
ond large Industrial Institution the
club lias landed so far this year an
both were brought here without bon-
us or other financial Inducement.
These fs-ls go to show that Tills 1 Is
being recognized as un ideal manu-
facturing locality on account of her
railroad facilities cheap natural gas
and other natural qualifications that
command the attention of lurge man
Ufacturers without added Induce-
ments In I he w ay of "ash or real es-
Quick Aclioo Prescription
Cures Colds in a Day.
Special Venire is Clroaen
RAPCM'A. Okla. feb. 20. ISpo-
elal) A special venire of Tift men was
drawn today from which to procure
S Jury to try the charges against
County Attorney Vic Decker who was
suspended by Special .fudge Allen last
Saturday. The trial Is to come up
FOR SUITS AND OVER-
COATS WORTH FROM
$15 UP TO $22.50
THIS Is your last chance this
season to iake advantage of
these exceptional clothes bar-
gains. THE SALE WILL LAST
ONLY A FEW DAYS
Suits Overcoats and Cravenettes
worth $15 $18 $20 and $22.50
up to $22.50
up to $22.59
The) timt iu"nt8t prescription known
to nit'dical ojf!lt)oj I t OOMfl tnti r iijjhs is
.at foUf)Wi; "Krom our iiruggMhl iwo
ounrei of lil -t r hp snd half an ODBC! t
fixv pntrate-d Ptttfl romp unil. Ti .u these
tWO iitgrrrilit Dt hon p put ' 'in into ft
hull pint uf good wtiiskt'y. Nhi.k.e it wpU.
'lake Otti tu lwi ttMB BUfoIl u'ttT tach unal
mid at btdjhBI Sm:dlt'r d"sea to chililren'
60OrdaOg toi unt.'' He xuru tu (t cnl the
tenuint' '- Cniirenlr.-ii'-d Pine. Km h
naif ctunt e iot! omes in a t U sm-w km
iculcd OMt sin dlUf it !' it nn hand
or w'H Qttirkly vet it from hia wholesale
bOBMi Tlir e srt- nuny rheaper prepar iti II
of larjtr iLnnti' . t ut It MBI psy to
utriment. This treatment ia certain rnre.
Thin hal "Pn pablltMfj here for aix wtnte.i
und tltuusmda sa It kak m
We write fire tornado and plat
W'e Insure oil In tnnk.
W e Insure your rents.
I'll me 101
n. p rantm.
SP I . i In.i... l ie-. H
fg s. r. ItoBlrney 'Cashier. jjfj
iTO Lea MoClrney Asrt. Cafhler.
I Condensed Statement at the close of busi- M
Aj ness December 5 191 1
0tk Resources Liabilities. y9
OH l.uans am dis Hits .1 1 -1 Capital stock paid in $100000 IKS
BH Overdrafts 441.90 Circulation 25"0on.d R3B
fP'. is and Undivided IT fits .. U'.K" H9
-flf 2Ti.304.86 Deposits 4(18 ;t lit. Id H
H ."urniture and Fix- $605703-19
B i--i 1.250.00 fm
SB M'liunge 24SOI.ll I
A Word to the Wise
l'.at Ma Chicken Dinner todn
iWedms.'.iv noon) with Soothers
lUihodJkt ladles In rear of First Nl
Ikmal Hank Bldg Rain or shine
sleet or snow prcparud for R00.-Adv.
TTLSA'S ULDKST AM) MOST 1(1 I.IAHl.B
0MH to me in confidence. Ten win re-
calve my personal attcntlnn I will uie yoi
honestly treat you skillfully and cure you
permanently. I am A regular graduate In
medicine -and thoroughly qualified under
state laws of Oklahoma.
Examination and consultation free.
1 Invite the closest Investigation of my methods.
1 don't want any one to pay me unless 1 cure
them so they will stay cured.
1 cure my patients and they are satisfied and
always glad they came to me. 1 'guarantee this by
an Instrument In writing given under h .ml and
To Ji'.dge my sblllty without personal consulta-
tion may be an Injustice to yourself that wtll cost
a life time of suffering.
Consultation Is free and confidential and you
place yourself under no obligation tn me whatever
by coming to tslk with me obotlt your case.
There are no weary weeks and months of wait-
ing and watching and hoping for benefits as my
treatment goes to the root of your trouble and does
away with the disease or weakness so qulokly that
you often feel t--ge- -r different In a few days.
I core without operation and by the lateat and
host mcHiode. illond Poison Kkin Disease. Nervous
Tronblea Lost Vitality. Files Fistula. Kidney and
llladtlcr Troubles at- Diseases. Lmisajons 1'ros-
talla. Htrleture and all errtiknesas nt men.
Diseases of Wov.cn I cordially Invite women
Buffering from pelvto disorders to oonsult me and
Investigate my methods of treatment. It may save
you from a needless and dans-emus operation
c. w. Mccarty m. d.
112 H B. Mstn R Tulsa. Okie.
Office oonsultation and mammoth X-Ray
BACK GIVES OUT
Flout of Tulsa Headers Have Thil
You tux the kidneys overwork
They can't keep up tho continual
The bat k (fives out it aches and
Urinary troubles set in.
Don't wait longer take loan's
Residents of this vicinity endorse
Can Tulsa people doubt the follow-
N v. Andrews of Okmulgee
Okla. says: "I know from experi-
ence that Dean's Kidney Fills are an
excellent kidney remfdjr For a miik
time I had an almost constant ache
In my hack especially severe at
nlKbt. disturbing' my rest. In the
morning 1 krosS feeling miserable
and was so stiff and lame that 1 could
hardly get out of bed. I was finally
advised to try Doan'S Kidney Pills and
nt once procured a box. I used I hem
aa directed and in a short tlmo the
pain and lameness In my back ceased
uid my Kidneys worf restored to their
normal condition. I advise anyone
Buffering from kidney trouble to try
Dean's Kidney Pills."
For sale by all dealers. Priee 50
! rents. Foster-Mllburn Co. Buffalo
NSW York sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doen'g
nnd lake no other.
H TIE ALBA
Crowns that wear.
Pla1 os that -stick.
WITH ALL WORK
205 South Main St.
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