Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 256, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 9, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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TliK TULSA D Alh WOIMJ) TUESDAY JULY P. 1 P 1
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The Third Day
' ITHftSKO July The ramor-
ilni who hgva been "ii ('ml (hi Marty
u wurn on cbargt oj having
n unit 1 I (JtMlnfo Cu ' Me
rife in J 11 ii . Ilvl 'ii luii.iv edfudg
(I K 1 1 1 1 1 III ll)lllg ll'r'IHI Tin 'i i'
11. 1 deatarei Corrado BurUno guilty
f tin rnurdaft! Nocolo Morra. An-1
onto ferrate ami llerlana in Uennaro
rulio "f anorder of Curooolfl and
. ilelav in Siih guilty of iln- iimrni r
t cuiMtilui v if ..f Knrilo 1 : nfram o
ha alleged leader "f the Ceunorrlatat
llvonal u.iiii in Marlnae and Uu ow
i 1. convicted at icing Inotlgnlort
th mm htmI mamoari 01 a cpuni
1 1 gangeatlan
NEW YORK SWELTERS
NO HOPE H HELifcF
HHUNTR V i a la
I ill. ill if
1 c 1
fliMil plan I" 11' '
ii iiil inllu D 11 Hi' "
eourt for flimm nil clii
auld the 1 ummltti 1
Thai Judgi Aryhbald I
algner and ih i')
If .Sou by W. W lttftpti j
torn Pa . flvi dayi afh i
indicated an Iiihu i
i note fifr
I f S In'1.
I. hail ai
law unit In
i M il ami i
which ttclaalng' " a in'' '
m II f 1. 1
That Judge Archbuld eeni Kdwatd
J V iiiihimh to William A. Poland l
diacuiiiil a imU' fin If'WU aluned iky
Too LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED MII'IH.i: m;i I ' w
bouaa keeper fall today 1(12
RMckman 101 B Mam
POUND: UTtTk OIHIH KTRMV
hilt. Owner i'n havi' aanii' by call-
Inn n( world offlee paving fur Ulln
nd sad pi o i ii m pro pal 1 1
THREE DEHIH iliUK BdlJTHE WT
ruuiiiji in modern realdem a. wllh
board; "in taki limited number
bible boHi-den. Appl 4X1 N t'hw-
anna Phone 2511 New mannn
l "lt KENT: I-ROOM
modern 1 onvenloncea
AT A BAROAIN; O.VE 1x12 PIlKTTjy
Bruaaali hmmr rug and una r x U o
Bmaaali nfflee nm. both almoat now
Call ffl old Itceder building Phona
ii.ililli 1 1 ml i Hon ilaii:hter of
Mi i . a lienderaon wlfa of a formar
baahand f Hie ri ml lira Aiwustug
i'. lialnae aho on bar arrival Kara
ii i H i ii ni Europe lurprtaad bar
frlond with a nam pal Thg pal la a
monkey which lira llandemotj myi
ran lalk ami hl h WU glVMI In hrr
p) a titled Hrlttaher. Out "f eotir-
taay in the Brltlaher aha named the
monkey Jimmy Whan Jimmy travele
he occuplaa a cg4fe that al one time
hooaad a parrot and MIm Hi ndaraoa
iiiinkf that ha on n have picked up
oma of the chatter tit.it the parrot
li fi ln hliiil.
ji im Hi ni) Jonoa "hiii tin- l'oiaiida
mere Intereated In a lawault before
htm Mr. Poland rould no! (UawiiM
Thai in ni. gating of 1110 Indga
Arohbald permitted Henry w. Can-
nan of Kaw fork to pay ii entire
expenaea on a plaaaure trip to Europe
Mr Cannon aag al thai time ami etlll
In a gtOOk holder anil director In many
rallroadi I'm the game trip R w.
Bearte ii-rk of Judgt Archbald'e
ii mi. collected ld friun attornayg
praetlctng at thai bar
'I'hf penalty provided In aueteagful
Impeai hnu'iit caaei la reifloval from
WAIHINIITON July I. - Wralher
wiiuii revived uaplaaaanl gaawiortag 1 1
the terrible heat grave "f Juat i real
afo Ii.im ciriu k New Tork ami gacord"
iiik i" ihi area the r bureajg the clti l
likely in auffat for a coaaiderabla
bme The naaraur) lamped psdaj t"
dagraag ocflc al at ! o'clock and
gome itri-et thermometere raeorded it
Thi- hiimidit) mu eweaglve and
geataa of ayavl proatraUana iii- re-
in the h'-iit grave arhlrt gwept prac
floally tha anola country from July I
to 1 8 a i'Hr XfO Ii an i-etimut-
near I) i too daathi a era cauaed by
the wt-nth'-r In th- lararoi citlea affect-
ail The daathi In Naw rk at thai
t numbered too. Tb lot il wi
er hiireaii wa una lili- lii nffir . - T-
MH'ea today that a gUntlar puxfu ot
v itlur oilutit mil ho i-xpt-tted thhl
"There in iiiielllvily no r llff
a praaeati ' the offlcktl
j Semi-Annual Clearance Sale
Yeuterd&) tod Baturda w&re rt.iinh two bwjf dtjm ii thin tovt ptrttovliiiy In our ebthli Hdctian. Hundfodi
I' nun have taketi udvtntage of the lilt tin- twtni.iv. Huodrfdi n i i - will da to m tin- nt few lu.vs. Tpera
a reM6n teg iln-. Tbe mi n ami foung men of TuIm and neiuity know that the sales here are on the square the
price reductions are bona fide There w no juggling of figures here. Foil ill find every garment uuu'ked 1 1 - name
prieo us before tbe lale All you have ti l is to t;ikf off the diieoiuiti
One-Third off on Every Spring and Summer
Suit in our Stock
That Include! ;ill our Stein- Block Buita. All our Boclaty; Brand Suits; all our Blue Serge Suits; ;iii our Dnion Matle
Suits for nu n and VOUhg IDOU.
Thii is ypur chanoe ti save one-third of the cost on the beat clothing shown in Tulsa Take advantage of it.
All our Straw Hats and Panamas One-Third
Off Regular Price
ilauan and Bon Oxfords Bannister Oxforda Thompson Bros. Oxfords One-Fourth Off Etegular Price
All Our Boys9 and Children's Suits One-Third
Off Regular Price
Strictly Cash during
this sale. Alterations
are free on all
Strictly Cash during
this sale. Alterations
are free on all
NTO HANFORD CASE
HI villi VTTOKM l-
I l n l KM ifiAIXW
si ki iNi.
ID MEET TONIGHT
win. iu-1 t v ni i n in i in
.-I RET "ItlH It TO lit
VOBMI n 1 1 1 It.
vkinitv of Chi' ago here hutulriiln i
th i ll's down and oula" can lie re-
atored to toHith mid trained for uoa
fui occupatton Ik a poggjblllty of tin
Th- plan to rehabilitate the men.
who eithr through their failure or
through adveraa I'lrciimatancea have
fnilen Into the anamployod elaas wax
outllni-d today before th- municipal
romrnlBnlon on employment hy Mal-
colm C McDowaU
Dr. J. H. Morgan
M i l I.MJST
Eye Eari Nose
Gluiet correctly fitted. Set-
uflrtlcn tf;.:.rintfd '2191.
8 Main CouiulUtlon Trre b(
For Sale on Easy
Bead World Want Ads
anil o v In
f3T- ARRAIGNED TEDDY
Mfl Jjr ''!VS 1 1 'mill il 1 1 mi I
"HA1B THAT GIVES FATHER TIMB
H e are Just about ai oij as re LOOM
People judge IM by 'he wny r LOOK .
The niD or woman with iey hair ii be-
innm. to del in the "Old 1 imer'i Clan."
Thii Twentieth Century doet NOT wn'
QREY hai-i it wenla the enerly of Youth.
The lu(i thinfti ate beia OOOI by the
Thare'l a ton ot "Hal Been" look
about ihoie "(irey Haiti " There ii alwayi
one to eriticiag and inila icorntully.
Father lime ii a item ditciplinaiiin.
(jc! the hot of him. Give him the lau(h.
Do not he a " I lav liecn. " It'i unnccckiary.
A IK HEALTH
Clnretica s. funk told hum about Bd-
ward Hlnea iik'.m? fm g contribution
in i. yiuti.tuHi UorlMar fund Senator
Kb I char eontendo'l that atr Punk'a
memory u unreliable had that Mr.
rSintt had liven eevaral datag all dif-
ferently lie the time at which hlx
ponveraatlon ' with Mr. Hlnea regard
mi: rhe "aluth fund" took place He
avid the I uiik gtory had been known
Keeley of the Tribune Kuhlaaal of
tha Reeord-Marald and Lataaon of the
Ni wa during the ftiM oonftreealonal
Urilmei Inquiry but it araa not re-vualod.
SBATTLB W'uah. July I. Trouble
with .IikIk. C. II. Ilanford In whl. h
Richard a. Bafluurer former aaera-
tary of the Interior figured aa coun-
sel for the (ippoalng Inten-Hts waa re-
counted lure today by Attorney Jerrv
London Pinch a witmaa before the
ub-committee Inveatlxating lh char
ii.'ter and i ondiat of Judae Hanford
l-'inch told the Committee he wa"
counael for the ahlp luilldlng firm of
Mil kman I Hanson which abOUt ten
yearn an went Into voluntary hank
ruptcy with uksi Is l'lni h said. of
HO 000 and only 114.001 liabilities. A
receiver araa appointed and gobi thu
property to a maun arho tha arltnegg
Kind wan actlni; In the Interest of a
hank of whit h Balllnaer wag rVranaai
Appearing before Judge Hanford
Pinch secured a reference "f the mut-
ter to a referee In bankruptcy with .
view to reopening tbe ms When
however he demanded that the hank
produce its hunks the matter was put
up to .luiine Hanfofd who declined t
reopen tha case said the attorney
' I told him." said Pinch "that with
these hooka 1 could produce evldetif
sufficient t ' i disbar Bellinger and hli
colleague referring to other attorney!
who had appeared with Bellinger m
"Make that good or I'll dishar you."
the witness said Hanford replied- The
Judge PlnCh said later called g nicet-
Inir of the Seattle Cor association at
whiih resolutions were adopted exon-
The preliminary nrranitements com-
mittee of the Tulsa I'urhar association
will hold lis first Important meeting
of the . r tonight at the office ot
1'rew W Kopplln un Main street. Thu
meeting will be held for the purpoea
of perfecting the di-taiis of the secret
order that Is hereafter to be the life
of the annual Tutaa liurhar.
Many new and magejve things will
he dls usseil in connection with this
year's Durbar Anyone Interested In
the Iuirlnir la United to take part In
tonlght'a meeting whh h will be - ailed
ut 8 o'clock.
little llaln in Xelera.kii.
oMAIIA Neb.. July Today wna
the hottest of the ymr In aoutheoai
N 1 r.isl.a. That aa-tlon of the state
has had but a sprinkle of rain In sev-
enteen days. Th! maximum tempera-
ture at I.ineoln today waa 101. In
this city 91 waa the highest point
inr 7-r. on house. One 8-ronm
in- 9-rooiii house alagg In
south Me good nelghhorhood; some
gooo vacant lots. See Or. Wilson at
office or Phone
Ktmtaofc luii Plena?
Tho second annual picnic of the.
Kentucky club will be held at OweBg
park this afternoon between 4 unci
O'clock The ladles will serve a de-
lightful old faahtoned Kentucky picnic
dinner nt six o'clock. A good time Is
promised and all members of the cluh
as well aa ull the Kenttuklnns are
utueil to be pn sent and bring their
Farm for the
CHICAGO Julv 8.-
-A farm In the
For the most rellahlc sporting newa
read The Tulsa Dally World.
Clears the Mind
By removing headaches. Lets yon
think clearly. It gets nt the cause
whether from heut cold stomach
Capudine is a liquid pleasant
to take and acts quickly and effec-
tively. Stops Headache
10c 2.c and 50c at drug stores.
il .09 shJ $0 n! 0wg Slot ft er diett t moil
1 t-tttt an J J.uitt't njmt; Si'. J 10 lu
(tik.fkih 1U SUtHtoM t A. J
TOE SALj; ami KltOOallUUIOEO alf
C O. BAKER.
l! . ft 11.
Wag then at-
b aftai aids
IhiU- Like a Deadlock
W'ABUINOTON July 8. IndlcatinK
th.it th house would not axree to the
naval appropriation I in as amended
bj the senate to curry two battleships.
llepreeentattve Badgett chairman of
the naval affairs committee announced
tliy that he would refuse t
to any of the senate changi
have Increaaed the bill bj i
Ichw ' i
ot th' le
Is sen. it"
if he f'
It his i
lot stool 10
s or the debauch-
ami thai the II-
aurrender his of.
Il tion had been
On your next order for
Cards call and see our
samples and get our
prices. The finest work
and lowest prices will
burJce you a steady cus-
mm 000. it Is believed then- will
I r deadlock on the measure.
Ymiiii- Were Haughtcred
TUCSON AHa July s. -According
to advisee roecived lu re today. :oo
Mexlcad fedaaal soldiers and noo Va-
qul Indians Diet 111 battle nt l'otam In
the faqul valley Ifaalco late s.itur-
day Between 30 and 100 Taquui
". r killed while Lieutenant Colonel
1 Moit anil six federal eoldlera mt a
tl 1. Ml I T
111 Isl I
II I I ult tn Ml
' I ' Will- I ' INI I I I
WIMBLEDON Kngland July I.
j A. P W'lldliiK. of New Zealand regain-
ed the lawn tennis championship of
Qregi Britain today by defeating A.
W Core tin BngihVh player by three
set t on . The score was fi-l. g-4
1 1 IN I N l li IN
HA R TLBS V ILLS oklu.. Jul) I
Prang Cranta former governor of
Oklahofha Territory former captain
nt the Rough It id era laCuha ami Ok-
lahoma manager ot the llooeevelt or
Kan I .at Ion today laaued a 1 all for all
llooaevell lupportera in Oklahoma bo
meet In Oklahoma Cltj Wadneaday
ami prepare the call tor a state ron-
iciitli. n to be held late this month.
Pre Ota a the convention will elect
delegktoa to the national convention
of tin Rooaevail part) to be held in
Chit alto. Aturtiat .'1.
Ilrhlow Is lor Teihlj.
KMPOHIA Kan.. Juh I t't.ed
stiti Senator Joaapti T. Brlatow of
Xanana hag formally dec 1 ad for
Theodore Rooaovell for prealdent ac-
ording to a letot given aui belt ti
AT FOUNTAINS HOTELS OR CLSEbVHCRC
Orijjirnil and (icntiioe
The Food DrinklorAllAtot
kltll glU. MALI GRAIN EXTRACT IN P00E.
Not in any Milk Trust
Insist on "HORLICrS"
Take a package home
Leaves from Second and Main
every half hour for the
NIGHT SERVICE TO
Ar. Oklahoma City
11:40 p. m.
7:10 a. m.
Reserve Berths at Depot Ticket OHIce
CO. JACKSON D. P. A.
W. B. CRAIG
NEW STATE AUTO
Here Motorists will find rendy ref erenco
cars sold here together with accessories.
dealers hi all tho leading
And rimmer"lnl Trucks. See our new nimlele.
Tt 1A At Tc MIAi. CO.
The Tulsa Made Oar.
20 West Third Street
CENTRAL GARAGE CO. OF TULSA
Agency for MaxweU Columbia Knight and Mitrholl.
Livery Storage Repairs and Aecessoriea
316 R 2d St. phone 24.2B
Then gel In t. itch with th Nichols Tran-f - and Storage Cogg
pnr- The) . . 1 t a) equipped b having larfi' oadded BlOVlng vena
Tor this llm of v t. The) employ only experienced courteous help
and cnarg reaai nabl .
One trial will make got) th. ir e-eirtilar caatonvr. Phone lift or
cnl! nt office rear No. 2 North Main etrciit
NEW STATE AUTO CO.
Agents for Cadillac Buick Wtwerly EJectric Kellcy
Trucks etc Goodyear Tiros. Auto Aecessoriea.
m.-ii8 South Boulder.
p. E. llA.iliTll P. W. "'KltMAN. J SfONCKR COX
Pres. and Treea. Vlce-Prea end Oen' Mgr. 8'cy
OtajtMOMA KOTOR TKI K to. it .
Matiufai :un rs of
i oMMi:iii LAL MOTOB Tltl t hs.
tt. Kuulder Avenue.
Built to meet your requirement Phore 1748
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