Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 180, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 14, 1912 Page: 1 of 16
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Electing Wooden Is Electing Martin Again-Does Tulsa
Need Can Tulsa Stand. Another Such Administration?
The next round
w ill be on
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The next round
will be on
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Y I VII NO. I KU
T I' LSA 0 K LA II O .M A . si' N I A Y . A I K ! I. I
I -1; I ( i: ! i ' : CE N 'i s
SAILS 1 HE
mi i:m V I I it i ll l it FASTENS THI
MONROE DOCTRINE POLH
on THE I . B
ACCOMPLISHMENTS UN TRIP
INCUMBENT rPON AMERICA TO
m:K I II I STABLE GOVERN-
MENTS ARE KEPT.
'he Mini.' ill). II.- In nihil si hodulod tc
uddress llic newly organized Pun-
I American society at New York mi
some tot utter llic liuilUli' of May.
Hi- iii then inuiic public the conolu
hIomh reached m result of bis two
months' tiiji ain.uiK tin' neighboring
It ..hi In- laid with assurance that
Mr. Knox returns mum determined
'iiun ever in the policy with which
his name hM boon linked. Thoet who
traveled with Mm have raoolvod iii
Impreiflon that ho bellevee the United
B to tee in maintaining the Muni...' doc-
trine hoe aesumod an uiiiKatiun it
cannot dodge. Having built u wall
Around these oountrleo making it im
possible fur Kiiropeun or uthrr pow
er to etep in to restore ordVr or com
pel these government to fulfil their
financial obligations ho believe! It is
Incumbent upon the United States tu
Cracking the Adminis at ion Whip!
(Continued on page in.)
GUATEMALA 01UST BE GOOD
His Reception Was lo-t Cordial -In
Washington Tuesday win Begin
Another Trip Shortly
DEI I VRf H PRESIDES I TA1 I is
Not PROGRESSIVE TO I -till
HAVANA; April 13. The American
sccrotury of state sailed for home It I h
evening well satisfied hu suys with
his diplomatic mission to tin: ivntral
American republics and tin. countries
in the Caribbean
it was hardly to be expected" said
Mi. Knox today "that We could visit
so nianj countries where there are
factional political disputes without he.
Iiik made the turKet of some factional
feeling BUI with the exception of h
few newspaper expressions to which
i attach no great significance we wen
hoiioied with only the most cordial
The cruiser Washington with thu
Knox parly aboard steamed out of
Havana harbor at 7 o'clock hound Tor
Norfolk She will arrive Tuesday
night ami the following morning the
party will tranship to the presidential
Mi. ht ByirJh arriving at the capital
w ednesdey evening!
Will (o to Frisco.
Si orstary Knox soon will begin
another trip this time by land. April
::u he will speak at New Orleans on
the occasion of the centennial cele-
nrition of the admission of Louisiana
to sluteho.nl. He will then Ko to Sun
Francisco wheN on May he will
speak on the Panama canal. Oh May
s he will deliver a political address in
MANCHESTER N. K. April II
Colonel Roosevelt carried his cam-
paign for the presidential nomination
into New Hampshire in Concord
where l. ss than a month ago Presi-
dent Tuft spoke in defense of the ar-
bitration treaties Qolonel Roosevelt
declared Wmsslf opposed to unres-
trained arbitration. He denied 'he
president is a progressive.
Regarding arbitration; ho said:
"In considering international peace
I wish to look hack to the seven and
i half years when 1 was president.
I said I would never consent to tlio
United States not acting towards na-
tions with scrupulous justice i lived
up to it."
In referring to President Tufts po-
sition the colonel said that four years
ngo the progressives favored Mr. Taft
and the reactionaries opposed him
hut that now ihis position is reversed.
He added .
"Do you suppose Mr
Penrose Mr. Unfiles
helm have becomi
Those leopards huve
After his last speech here Colonel
ROOSeVell left for New York. On
Honda) ho will ro direct to Nebraska.
OUR PLATFORM 15
BINDING A L ITT LI .
MA YOU I AM AFRAID
IT WILL BREAK.
NEVE ' tAR Frank this .
ADM jTHATION WHIP OF
MINE IS STILL IN GOOD
CONDI T I UN. .
i X -N.
in in i s w nit u i n i it mm i
Opened Fire on the Helpless Psaeen-
gi'ltt Killing one and Wound
MEXICO CITVi April II A pa
longer train on the Quenajuato bianfh
i of ih Mexican Central railroad wai
wrecked last nlghi between lllao and
; Marfll by striking curve on which
I ttto rails had been removed by hun-i
idlls As no. .ii us the Haiti e.nne to a
stop fire was opened on it from am I
bush Conductor Kane an American.
Wm shot In Hie ntOUth and died short-
ly afterwards Bnglnjoer MteFarlaoJ
I was wounded in the arm and Mi-i'y
s inters were slightly wounded The
express car was rohhed as were also
'FLOODS EXACT A
' TERRIFIC DAMAGE
nioi v s up i n i mi m K IRE
mm is BREAKS Will II
NO LIVES LOST SO FUR
run ii. i.i:
VII 1)1. V V I I Ifw H II I I-
mi i.owi i: LANDS
CONMION OF DOES PAD
III I (. I ION Ol
I ROE PRESIDENT
pm mo vn
TAI T TO
Westlier ' mi. hi- Alone can Help
Situation; t imminent Appealed
ko in stricken District
Taxpayer: Oh Lord how much logger can I stand up under this load
ED HE Wil l. II IVE 03 OCT
THE (II DlXl t. ITE8 AT
progressives? not changed
In the Roosevelt statement Hit were
listed us contest. . I and 108 as unln-i
The total number of these selected
I up today as presented hy the Itoose-
velt managers Is " 10 while Iho Tuft
records show only 4IM. In l.oiilsl.inu
I the Taft headquarters olalreed six
'delegates had I. eon chosen while the
Koosevelt man.'i'jers look credit for a
i full delegation of twenty for the col-I
onel. The Tuft statement showed a
total of Vi delegates selected In Mich
igan; the Roosevelt statement based
on reports from state chairman Frank
Knox gave the total of selected del;.
Macs at II.
Stand For a New Deal
They Favor Lower Taxes and Business Methods in City
Affairs; Fair Elections and an Honest Count;
A Bigger and Better Tulsa.
FIFTY ARE PLEDGED TO HIM
Twelve at Large Will l ikely Be Hla
Idmlnistratloii Forces Stunned!
the Claim- of I inch.
PHILADELPHIA Pa April l i.
The primary election in Pennsy Ivunia
resulted in a landslide for Colonel
Roosevelt As the returns continue to
come the victory for the Itoosevelt
adherents beoomes more complete.
Of the 6i delegates elected in the
thirty-two districts fully 50 are
pledged to ote for itoosevelt. Added
to this is the probability that the re-
pul.llcan state convention which will
choose 1:' delegates at large to the
national convention will he controlled
hy the anti-Taft element insuring at
least tii delegates for Itoosevelt from
Organisation Leaden Stunned
The republics tl organisation leaders
are stunned by the overwhelming de-
feat of the Taft candidates und have
nothing to say regarding the result.
United States Senator Penrose the
The opposition is scared ami .'ire
now resorting to mud slinging und
prejudice In order to cover up their
mismanagement of ciiy affairs.
Ho not overlook the commissioners.
Vote for MoWbray and Baton for
CM IN IB!
vu.li an ii iiuna
K END IT IN (I'll N
.1. REPORTS IRE
ol It (.IM.
IM i Ills M I.I I ii
WASHINGTON April II The sen-
al mm It tee on public health today
I order favorably reported Senator
Owen's hiii to create a national de-
partment of public health lo take over
'the pulill" health and marine Imspllal
service the inn. an of chemistry of
the department of agriculture and tho
bureau or vital statistics of the con
bus bureau and include new divisions
to deal with various health problems
a delegation of physicians repre-
entlng the American Medloal Asso-
ciation today urged President Taft to
use his influence to effo' t the propos-
ed consolidation of nil the health bu
reaul of the government.
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1T THE W EE
THE WEATIU R.
WASHINGTON April 1 1
ma fair and cooler Sunday
LOCAL WEATHER VE8TERDAY.
Tin: temperature: Maximum TS;
minimum II Bouth winds Clear
WITH TEDDY TAKING
VANIA W H AT is COMING?
Is BR1 N'S QCE8TION
NEW STORK April II. Prominent
democrats were guests tonight of tho
national democratic club ai a dinner
given al the Waldorf-Astoria in cele-
bration of the tilth birthday of
Purchasing Orders Flood the Market
Win -i Crop Scaie .since (007
belies the Country.
CHICAGO April II Wheal made
a gain on the local hoard of trade to-
day that amounted to ten coins a
bushel for the week and soared amid
conditions that sturtled the nerves of
oven I he most hardened plungers.
More than four "eiits of the big rise
look place in uliout us many minutes
of tiie bedlam that started soon after
the opening und lasted until the Jang-
ling gongs dosed u day that was wild
in at least one failure.
The s.'lisutlotial upward shoot WSJ
the Climax of a week of the rise cans-
"d hy reports of active crop damage
over u wide area
the worst crop scan
Mi Taxpayer your tuxes are un-
bearable will you make a change at-
will you continue iho Wooden-Martin
government for tWO more years'.' This
in tile isSllo al the Tuesday election.
Through iwo crevasses in the Miss
isslppi river ami another in Its equally
rampant tributary the Arkansas
gnat volumes ol muddy water were
yesterdaj rushing out over the low-
hllllls oil tile west side of the hlg
sir am destined to cover u large sgfA
Hun of northeast Louisiana and a part
..I the extreme southeastern part of
Arkansas. For the next eight or tpn
days the raging waters which luta
Prlda) tore through their way
through the restraining levees will
move southward through the Texas
valley of Louisiana and finally will
return to the Mississippi at the inter-
section of the Red River more than
Hill miles hy land Pom the UPP'1'
cr vaase and marly 130 miles from
the lower breach in the levees;
No less Ihun twelve lurge parish"
In Louisiana und two Arkansas coun-
ties will have fell tho effects of the
fl I waters before they again get
Lack wllliln the Mississippi's levees.
Thousands of acres of land will he In-
Undated although for the most part
the overflowed territory will embrace
The IO--. Will It.- Heavy.
No lives have been lost acconling
to reports received last night from
(Continued on page in.) .
A Few Parables From
The Book Of "Jobs'
A Few Pap Suckers Growing Wrathy at Prospects of
Being Led Away From Soft Snaps at Public
Expense and Try to Raise False Issues.
Win are iho democrats
everything for Downing?
trading Mamlnu to express them In the oped
or one who Is all things lo all men
and who might or might not follow-
Th. effective work In a legislature the dictates of his own conscience i.i
It Is said this Is ;1 p .rgr. ss Is accomplished In th" his olllclal conduct? Just think this
column lees. J. II. Sinn s never over.
sih"c thai of
Thomas Jefferson. Speakers of the1'"' n iilimua iiiiiii' nircaily li;m missed B roll call that be was not
evening include! William J. Bryah dded six cents to the prices sine flolng good hard work In one "f the Do you wunl two more long years
ClOVer n. r W'oodrow Wilson of New Monday. -The real hasls of the rise three Important committees or vvhi.li uf in. Wooden-Martin admlnlBtrae
JTaraaw ftnvarnnp .Tolin A liiv of New was the continuous flood of nun his- ' x i.... ti. i i..u in.. ir ..... ...... u.
recognized leader of the republloan fork. Senator James A. OV.ornmn and Hut orders prompted hy s- . s.r.. kv-ii s ce.terwau.Ilns r ...iss... MwlMv and ni..n
anil tile leading lu'l . villlm .1 li.rnnr llHlici''.. I. noils whi.l lo nmnv I. ... ....... . ... ..- .... .. . ... .. .
- - i " ' - ' - pop eouor kiiows oiioukii v" km".. Air. laxp iver m osi mis ( ii me
vv nut wain jeiiers.ui no as ino siaii. e wars in me eiieci inai one. . if . ...... fall- an. I lion. -I i..i .....r iw llr
hoomer In this state left the city ear
ly In the afternoon and Is aboard his LubJec f Governor Wilson s address. Kurd uf
yacht at Atlantic City
T . . 1 . t . I . . .
mntiBirers are celebrating their vic-
tory to the fullest Xtnt. They are
Hie crop of soft seed pi.. 111". I .i. I admit II
.Ma.v.'r '.ayiiur tuoK as his levl last auluinii hoi heeii ruined.
Optimism counts inn Little.
One of the films that vv nl lu ihe
Doth lioM-rnor Wilson and Mayor
were greeted as ' our text
JOHN II. SIMMONS
Alt I III It II. HENDREN
GEO. W. MOWIUIAY
flte?" v Untzm '
fas .4 . MmEe
and dollars to run the city worse
I than $s.un (or each man woman on0
Th" masterly Intelleei .r the'Dem- Ichlfd in the city.
.."r.1 tvlliell is In duflmr of SVVeltilllT'
nivMn. ve.'i. nulad ".. i.vl' '"" "' "" wiai will lo III" -
claiming more than the 2 delegates president" " was not considered Important UP M twatlnr with posthumous in- The Democrat wants to know w hy
the returns so fur give them. Th()( iwinnclly president of the j A leading trader ut St I Is was al- I terrogmtione oyer the legislative record .1. . Simmons failed lo get a train-
H'OsOfl Also Takes Iantl. National 1 1. mo. rutie' chili read a let i ' '" huv.- I n unable or unvvill Of .1. H. Simmons Would have been Ins s. I.....I fur Tulsa While he eras
With the exception of one or two tor from Speaker Clark. ' I hi to respond to the heavy caibj for Spared much r s tr le had ii not member of the legislature. Mr. Sim-
dlsttiats in the state Woodrow WU- Mr. Br)n was recdived with a margins ihd to have allowed Ins f'" the foresight and wisdom Of mono Was a mi Uy no mi. .1 of th"
son will have a-nlld delegation from hlg outlo.rst of applause as he arose deals to be wound up under the ham Mr. Simmons Wbli a membel of I legislature and th.- only thing that
Pennsylvuniu to the democratic con- to addr.s Hi- hatiiiuet. Ho said: met as provided by the rurs made to legislaiiiro. In getting through i prevented him from gerilng the iphoot
ventlon. "It Is gratifying to me that they fit Just such an emergency. hill removing- all nltfo plants two was the opposition uf his democratic.
Reuben o. Moon who has been a huve put at the head of this great Ity one of the best known experts in '"id a half mil. s from th" .-it v limits colleague from fulsit nty whose-
lead.'r on the republican side of con- a men "h" advocates the prugr.ssivc ih.- busni.'ss t.'legiapheil l..l;r from
gress for s.-verul seasons was do. doctrni' s w have hc'ird here tonight Springfield III that n fiu-ther nar-
ctstvely ijefeate.i lor renominatinn. because he is not as conservative on od "f growing weather witb helpful
His successful opponent la George these questions I m. And they ni)ns would hrin consul. rai l" sere-
"I r.awunis. tal ol mm or pre'iimnt. wnat a age out all right that at present seems
iienirns received up to z ovtock in- cnanire. Ana wun me.e iwo ruaienis ( w.t)KM m p ...
ooi'gutes in i" til" a. mo. .. ! fr hut little though when
pliieid alongside the almost unani-
mous Judgment of fuTin. rs and mil-
lees who declared tiur in the majority
of eases of that kind the pi oil y 1 1. .11 I
would not umoiint to th.- eeed put Into
Allegheny county. Including Pitts-1 "And Is this the east ' Am I living?
biitgh. to the Chicago convention had With th."" two rneakeis. an. I lt.M-.-
been elected with tho possible exeep- velt cnrrin Peiinsylv ania vvh n f
tion of one Ptate Highway Commlv coming?
sion-T BlgClOW leading his opponent. "My subject is 'Democracy's Op.
.I"hn DlUSell appears to havn been portunltles' but after hearing of
renominated fee"Congrasa lb Ihc 30th 'What Jefferson Would Say' nnd
district by a sin ill margin. But the 'What Jefferson- Would Do." 1 f' "l like
renomlpatlnn of Dr. A. J. Uarehfleld changing I' to "What Would the Peo-
In the 32d is In doubt. t pie Do to Jefrerson If He Were Hero
Nov. "" I know What thov did to me
What the deailcr" Claim. when It.' in best U) Imitate lef-
WASHINGTON. April 13 Wide dl- fersoti. '
vergence In the claims of pledged! Mr. Rryan dlscussefJ presidential
rt...irnt .Hill n 1 i f f or. tie. .f iIiiIai.ii Itrikl-nl f II r 1.1 1 l.H Ittnrlpr. Slut lei 1 r. 1 All r
hAtwnen the totals of deleentn. le i. !. Bh ho realized that his remits- k"ed by rebels nt Irapuatu. Mexko
Bui the Democrat would perhaps pre. cured a pledge from his party
f. r to be I. lowed up than to tell the aoctates who controlled the eommlt-
Irulh. i tee in charge of the hill not to allow-
It to come out on the floor of the
From the number of fool laws on house for it would have been passed
til statutes of Oklahoma It would by Mr. Simmons' efforts and the bill
have i ii hitter if moie members j for the agricultural nyhool for hl
of ih" legislature had tailed 10 an- home town "'f Broken Arrow dofeat-
svv.i SVer t' call
ed. Put that In your pipe you dl
qeratlu war hoases and smoke it.
W'hil the Demo-rut is bellyaching
ut J. H. Simmons over his wnrh In
the legislature Ii l too viciously par-
Over one thousand bills were In
troduced in Ills second session if
the Oklahoma legislature und pruh-
. ably throe thousand roll calls. Were
IN M!.lticN ENOINEI I! si.i had. Blghty-fout out f three thou- naan md n iroe between the eyes to
I Sand wn not many to miss. Howl tell the truth It Is to J. il. simmaeaV
.ink farmer. I'orincil) ( Mi-omi. manv answered more then did J. II. efforts that Tuleu secured a fren
klllcil b Mexican It. ImU. I Simmons. Sir. DomocratpJ Interroga- bridge ov.-r tin- Arkansas also one at
tion point since you are so much Huh end the bridge hid for Jenks
MORKRLT Mo. April 1.1. -a k . on. eriieil on that matter.' 'also would never have been passed
rainier a resldenl of Moherly. was hud Ii not been (or Mr. Simmons' of
t LARKNi y. EATON
The penitentiary "label law ' which forts. litit ol i nurse such trivial af-
d up to dat". exclusive of Pennsylva- tion as a prophet Is nofgoml In New r 1 ortttng to a appears to Ix- worrying the life out rans us the. are not worth noticing
ties haker the rival tatomnnls Issued York he would venture ffcc prediction l"'"g';li r 'ved lore by his sister. 1 of tho democratic campaign commit- when you .!. trylna to lie a faithful
by the Taft und itoosevelt managers that th" not president would in norni- Mrs. W. J. Slusslng. this aft. snoon. tee and its organ In Tulsa was de- public servant out of standing and
today. innted by the people andaiected by Farmer wag a locomotive engineer eisred unconstitutional as J. II countenume anion his inWhbors.
1 he Tuft men claimed 34 1 for Presl-! the people. iSlmmons Contended it was when he
dent Taft end oneeded HI to Colonel
Roosevelt. The Roosevell mnnagers
siajjuiid M aiiii si mi ilen' 11 tu Toft ceipts and then roti for Simmons.
r j I arn.er. the slain enlneer was an j voted against ir. Had you rather Vote for Simmons and for reduced
Mr. Tuxpayr look at your tax re- uncle of Anthony Terpen Stereotype! have man for mayor who has the taxation and u strictly business id-
on the Wot Id.
I "ase of his convictions and the I mlnVraliuU uf idtv affairs.
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