Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 262, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 16, 1912 Page: 2 of 8
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THE Tl!s. l A I I-V WORLD TUESDAY JULY ' 0 MM
FOR n CI
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ill Mold hi N Ml it MH VIII.
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Willi - I in I on i ii. k i ill I t
N i hi ii iii in M) tor MMi
i 1 1" n i tear
in ih hi i mm oj w u Prtl hi it "
Hit 1 1 1 ( ii SiiImIiH Hi' In ill 11 III hut' II
hufjeV 1 1 1 haw- m .h el llir Hull 'l
i large Miouni "i olgare that war
atolan (mm local iranefef compant
whr iii tranelt in ii Pliiar tore i i
Tli. ulnar eer located li ini'ii 1
Wllhineon "mi ahhImi urn riiiff linn
mi ii iii ii inn ttpuM on Mi oulaklri
Of Hi i () l.ixl wci k. prltoheti WM
auapeetad and IiIh ureal followed Mr
in Ming iniit in Mm it j. iii in i
inn g ri Im Mtlgailun.
OFFICIAL DATE Fill
ALL LIMBS ARE BROKEN ELEVEN YEARS LIFE
I Riling UIIIHK I'll-licil Hw Uw
I Hull. . I in I I l oin I n il kUil
IMlM ini-' liniKi ii trnih.
1 1. v iii. broken avert '" 1
limit during hoi rhort life U year
old Bvelyn Martin amilaa and alng ul
her homa BSt Waal Ninth u !.
L4tUa Ml Martin completed an-
Mothei link in tho ohaln of n 1 Want
Bunday ahen ihu tripped over ""
ni her homa and fell breakln. nna
hi bar arm The nther arm M
brokei nthaagu rhen ah fell froni
it porch. Knur rear ao an awnlnd
.... v...- I. M.iii Hlr.. fill a III III
Hi- lrl "h paaalng undel and liolh
ni her lege i re broken.
Mini Martin " ured ludgmanl
amine! Ihu dl) f"r iheaa Injurlea bul
ihe hue never been able to collerl the
full .im mill a r monthi ace aha
affected I partial aettlement with Ihi
ity. and 'n the ver day ahe received
the money her rtn uh broken in u
full from porch.
Mlaa Mil rt in taken " hoapltal
Sunday ni the ahattered bonea plec-
iii together and hei arm placed In
gpllnt She i" nnw ni her homa
The K'rl I" lha daughter "f K W
Martin auperlntendenl of a local
lumbi r yard
( an Von Iti at I In- '
SPItlNQKIKLD Maaa. Jul) 15.
h Hunt poatmaater al Worceeter
playing agalnat H A. Mora of lha
Oxford Country club In a team match
nt Chlcopoe I'hIIh today drove a ball
linn tha brook on the aaventh til'.
Tb sir. im la a tamoua trout brook
miii the ball killed a 10-lnoh trout
lurking there. The flub will be mount
ad one uf Oaford' n"if trophla.
Oxford wiui Hi match.
UAHRRN N skim . rm -i NVISU
nil lit ( m mis UHMfOKM
mi. in Is im in mm.
M . w rORK .ink II Repri ian( i
Uvea "t fifty rallroade east of ' in ai
and n nii of iii' Ohio rtver ma I of
iiiiiii headi f ibi' in. al I. ii. i ..
t'ommlttaa lodai in an effort la e(
tia difference aftileh raoantlt throat
ened io reeull in atrlka and in- b
would have nuulr.l tin Inilimtrl h
of ii untn Innroaaad Day aotl
mated ni Tl9lltl par rear and bol
1 1 1 working condition art- Involved
! Oeoer S. straun former aecretari of
commeroe mid IhImh- prneiiicii. other
I'omrolttee mamhara are Chart aa n
Van iflaa preeldent of tha university
i Wlaconetn; Krtderlck J Judeon of
Hi Utula; it Albert H Kim editor
..i tha Review of Revtewe; Otto M
ICIdlttoh of Mow York. Hun Wllhvrd
praaldant of tha Heitiori- a Ohio rm.ll-
road ii ml IV II. Morilmii-s . fnrim-i'
praaldant of tha Brotherhood of tun
w ay t ralnmen
Warren s Ktona chlaf of tha
llrotherh i of Uocomotlva anglneari
occupied 'In' liol. aft i noon rrK-iii
Ihk tin- OWN
"Wa accepted the offer to aubmlt
our claim ( ibiH board for arblira
Hon'' Kit tit Mr Slum- "but aa 00"
llleve wo ran win before any fall
minded tribunal on earth We aspect
lo no i t aver) nueatlon thai may bo
rataed. Not onl) tna eyea of oapltal
ami labor air wntchlni the outcome
ul hiIm hearing bul organlted laboi
the world over in uaiiinK to hear win
Hi r Hi- dawn f another era i at
handtor if wa are to take u itep bai I
Now Easily Acquired
"A kkin of blndl (now rrwin nJ row 1
in thv n n (Milt Porriundrnl dvierlbM
her pl' Maird rouiplHiion sin- In our
bn hn idopled marcolfifij wm in plM of
titntnrtirH tatMOff kiVADlinR Rlitl otbof Mtth
imU. Mnn who bf Iried ilu mrTtloui
wu report tlmt itN effect uro quite &ittil
nt from those "f nn v other tnnttin'iit It
prudure u rompleilnti of ttsquliite flrlleh
nSnrelni M relbei lhn ntie ben "ir
imrf t1 hawntg ben etrn(inil "'mud
ovr One iIihi in udd "Nture'i uwiit'1
ihr reeali of prredoelly Rbeorbing deed P'
I' -Irn of eorferc ikirt permlttiiiR the jroaugri
hosHhtei hkiu beaeett to ebow Iteelf end
irtviiiK It poxei a rhmirf to bfMth. Iler
Mlitod wu v prorureble mt eny uk itora in
nrijrinui peckefi Ii pul on t nlfbt like oold
eretun end weehed off in the morntnf
I bieve tin'l rneny fovortbli loHsn
from tin wh" Im vc tried the wrlokli rt
Moving foee lutti erhtrfa I reoowmfttded N
rcntly If eny here mlelaid tbc fonnula
ht rt- it in: l oe. powdered lasolitfi dUtoWe
in 1 2 pint Witch btel Julu riff In The
.. . i -
is tOO elusive to In'
grasped without ;i sin
core effort on your-part.
Make no effort now
loso no more opportuni
tics to open a bunk ac
count with us.
4' i Interest Paid on
- WILLI 10 QUIT Iti
III Moils in I II VI I I I I i
vYEKIC si Mill li n i.o l lis.
MUST in nisi IlKDIT Vt WO.
JUAKKS5 .m.. .inly i i Oeneral
I'aacual Oroaco will not be aurprleed
ii a pari of bis army doea accept
tin- amneety offered by tin- Mexican
gi yernmenti inn tbia pari he oharai
trrlaea nx made up of bandlta ami
meVe anemlea w'hoHi. withdrawal would
I. tin- revolullon'a gain He dented
I. -M (111 1 1 IK Willi I III- Ko i-l'linirlll fi'l
pi ace declaring tin. atory had its orl
tin tu govdtlrnment tirolea and waaJlr-
culated t" caal diacredlt on tin rebel
"it Ih not true Hint nogotlationa for
praca have been begun" Oroaco nam.
The government preaa haa publlahed
tin- ator) to Impreaa the public with
tlir belief thai the couae ol the people
I iu longer In able in finiit agalnal tha
Oeneral Balaaar conferred with r!-n-
I et oil Puacual Oroa;o Jr. today about
tin- general eituatlon along the Mexl-
can northweatern railroad. After the
conference Oeneral Balaaar doclared
no plan w ax afoot to make Ague Prleta
u port of entry but if tin- rebela de-
aired a border town aa a baae they
probabl) would head for Nogalea un
' tin- Arlaona border
TWO It Ms or iti ill i s
mu m n I IN Ml ( O
fill Mill n I il l "l KOTO " "
m tils i nit o v H POUI OK
VI I.I s I M i l it
wahiimiT' 'N. lull II " "
I I dad lodai that Praaldant Ttfl wti
be offloluily Mrilfled of bi nomination
Ml Hi lill Hon' on AuKUNl 1
Ii w iK I'h nl- ill Tefl'l Wlln Unit
tin- notification lithe place i Wean
Ir-gton barnuae i IM eaai witti whli h
committeemen could net there nnd be
mum of tiia deelra t" entertain them
Tii- notification win bi irtven In thnl
morning ami tha eommltteeraen will
la Uu preaidenra fuagtl at luncheunl
III III till' II HIM
ir tin. pregeni pinna err onrrled ntrt
Mr Tall will reoadva tha committee
I 1 pi ith o of III; Whit! llollHH
lb i overlooka the acllpae lie will
apeak from lha portico with the oom
mltteemen grouped beloi hint on tb
ii preatdenl win k " BeverlT
pi.it nbly on tin mabt hi l notified-
ami if rongreaa him adlournedi
i !. Hi. i . until iai' in tin' full it
i-migreaa dnidei to conlinua mIiuhk
after August i the prenldeni win re
turn t" Waahlngton after Bbort HtaV!
ami not go north ena'fl until con
greaa i" ready to quit. Hi- win not ko
to Ueverl) before lha DOtlflcatlon
in kei ping with Un announeemenl
tiiii in doea mil expect to ntnfca any
campaign Irlpa Ihla fall tin- preela
i ni told mhUoih in- expocted to mi
to lint KpiliiKH Vh. latf In Un- f.ill
ami it Ih poaetble hi- will l there or
in Waahlnvlon on alei Uon day. The
prealdoni ih aware that in- oannol lei
altogether awni from the eampahral
i ni expecta to do little except "inifi-r
with hiH manntfera ami poUuolnM
in iMti si m vrn i in i t.
in lHUta) iMKNDMI N r
Would N" i tin- Vlui'nlnrn of khew
man Iji Half Mill on oin-
paii s I apllal
WABlflNOTONj July I -'-J II m -aentntlve
Hun of Tenneaaaa to da) ln
troduced a bill to aatabllah fteed pen-
Hitiea for violation of the Bhermnn
law it would impoae a penalty of one
halt of one mill on every dolutr of the
cupltal itock of ovary violator avery
day ih- violation continued. Mr. Hull
declared the meaaure waa Intended "
mi alternative method of gggenflni
penaltlea at SO per "'nt of lha not
i luced aevi mi daya ago tlitni the
p lath s ai 50 per oenl " ftha not
i-arnlnga or an offending corporation
foi everj da) the offenae continued
Uncrtcnn Hlilpa Leave Cuba
HAN Tl VI1 i Jul) if' The i'.
gunboat Paducah aalled for tin- north
today ihe waa relieved by the khi-
boat v hi ellng Uleutenant John A
i tojeuna aalled on tin. Collier Lebanon
for Hi. Panama canal aone with pun
of iin- detaonmenl of martnea which
ware itatloned nt m Oobro. A imall
t rne remalna ai BI Cobre. Malarial
fever haa appeared among the marl nee
ut S) ''miii mlnea many being III.
A report Unit bubohle pltMTUe ha
bean dlacovarad at BI Cuero mlnea
win I- a detachment of marlnei Ih
atatloned ix nfflclally denied. Recon
oentradoea in the vicinity of BI t'ohri
ami Uuatanamo an- being rapidly re-
turned I" their limine
ft II I ss III VIM) Ii HI H
i in no i iitaTi UhoJ 11 fWaj "ftftk"
anil ai in' ml I or Viiiiain ).
man a lege and Clnikfa Hardnni two
larin l Hih from An.l H'n Tegi
Igndad iii fulaa vRheul fundi and
i. ii i . ii to in p in ii laundry
building on Klrai itreei where lhe
aera found by the pailm ami thrown
In Jul I on a pnnrghi ol .ii.tai. i . Thtt.r
itralghtforward iter) told lo fudfo
id. um. ai in polloe eouri reaterdei
morning raaullad m lhair balraj dla
ALT LAK B CITK
A uium nmantion
In I tab.
Utah Jiib it.
to organlga the
nartv In I'lah
On your next order for
Cards cull and Bee "ur
samples and ur't our
prices. The finest worts
and lowrst prices will
make you a steady ris-
tM Tlioiiaand Men Han- Boon rul-
ed miii Muiiiinil. aui ire Ital.
Iini Koa'r Torrcon
MUX ICO CITY. July I r.. Banda of
rebela under "Cheohe" Campoa ami
Argumedo are reported to lav at
Canon le Pernandoi and LeToma
Durango within fifteen mJlea ol Tor.
reon according to a iiiHpaua to the
im Imparclal The exact number of
men in not known but it in believed
ih.ii there ar nearl) two thouaand
1 nnn armed ami mounted Colonel
Oomea commander of the forcea at
Torreon i- noi anticipated but it i
nani tin- febell will attempt Ui cul
railroad communication to tho north
and laolato General Ituerta-
lAimbcrman Quite Sob.
NA8HVILLK Tenn. July it Jamet
ii Balrdi "ho haa been luprome tcrlv
euoter ami xecutive head "f tha Con
atenatod Order of linn-lino alnct
1890 announced today that h. win
nol ta a '.imiiii.it' to aucceed hlroaell
at tin' Aahevllle N ". convention of
the ordi r hlo hopena mi July is.
Tins announcement meana that tho
in idquartcri of the order which have
i n ;n Naaht in' him. e Mr. Ratrd in-
came general gcrlvenoter win go to
the city which is eucceeaful in electing!
aueceaaor to Mr. Balrd W. Mil
Htephcnaon of St. 1'all. Minn J. C.
McOrath "f Little Ri-U. Ark. and
w t. Chriatlan of Chicago are the
ehlof candidate! for the office
Mormona Ire in Bad-
JCARBZ Mexico July 16. While
ihe Mormon colonlea in the etatc of
Sonora report trouble with tha fel-
eral troops lha Mormon lettlementa
100 milea aouth of here In Ihe ctat- of j
Chihuahua are lerloual) Involved with i
Colonel Arrlola according to advloeal
reaching here tonlcht demanded two
daya ago that the Mormona at Colonial
Dial BUrrender then arms ami allium-
nttoln to the rel'i Is. This they refused ;
in ii ami Arrlola gaVI them until 9
TOock Monday io iiii. bul Oenerat
iia.ar and Oolonol Oroai o had pronul
ed them Iminunlty from moleetaUotti I
Baadri t ini Bill t p Pomorrow
u AsniNii'i'i." July 16. The aun-
dry civil appropriation Mil carrying
Ion fod gwMTaf gtovemmenUu
irpoeea wHl be oeiled up for con.
retioo ia thi aettate tomorrow
r WalTtn reported the bill to-
th approttriaUofl oomAlt
haa been callel to meet al ProvOi lui)
11 Tha officers of the Rooievelt
ini. Df Utah laaued the call today a
atate ticket Ih projected
o Third Part) In Waahlngion
RBATrLE W'ah July 16. At n
conference of Rooaevell republtcani
oi Waahtngton held In Seattle today
1 1 solutions were adopted denounclno
tin nomination of Preatdent Taft ni-
aolvlng nil republlcana from loyalty tu
the Chicago nomlneea ewfr deetarlne.
in favor of nominating ami working
tor Rooaevll eltora but not a thiol
party state ticket
Xini-rii an- Dauoc in London
LiONDON July 15. Ambawiidor
ami Mrs Reld aave a email dinner to
night at Dorchfcthr Houae for Pdlnce
ami Prlnceaa Alexander of Tack. Tin-
dance which followed the dinner wax
attended by about B00 tueata
TiioM- Rxproaa Ratea
wash NOT N July is Tha com-
prehenalve report of the interatate
commerce oommlaelon on the express
buaineaa of the country materially re-
ducing the rates may result In an In-
vestigation by tin depart in en I of
Ui i-iininj iiiiih a Balloon
BERLIN July 16. The German au-
thorities mi. i completed the purchaae
I the Blemcne-Schukeri dirigible bal
li nn the realist non-rlgld airship In
the World It Iih a speed of tllon
than 43 mlleo an hour ami Is to be
Uaed for artillery purpnses.
iieuii i ink Dead
i:W YORK July IB. I Icnrv Hnk.
i halrman of the board of dlret tor
of the Norfolk V; Western railway and
formerly preeldent of the road died
late tonight In hla apartments in the
Hotel Plata after a lotiK Illness
Mis i OXfiUKNH hi l l ow III it
IXiAMTWUI im i s mu i
i tMAL r sN mi
WASIIIMiTo.V. July 15. Oreal
Britain'! prof eat thai the Cnited
HiBti-s lies no riirht under the rfaj
Pauneefota treat to paaa n own
oouatwlaa vaggeli free through lha
Panama ''mini wm it rollacia toll
from KHIIhIi anil other foreign ships
found arophatri aupport In the an-
a t. aoda)
Opening tin- finbt over the Panama
ennui bin snt to iha annate bj tha
hotiHe in which the free provMon
is an Important feature Benatora
BUrton of Ohio anil Hoot of New'
York outiiiie ih. ground upon which
he Illli-H of free ships will ll'lt
Thee lenntorg iieeinri- Oreal lit it-
am hail sui rem' n il lint infant rlghta
at Panama held under the former
i 'la ton-Kulwer treaty for the pledge
of "equal treatment" to all ships aiv-
en by ihe United Itataa in the exlat-
ing iiav Rauncefote treaty. The eon-
troverfi hinge on ihe gjueetton of
whither the United Btate meant to
Include r panel owned by itx own cltl.
Benalor itoot unraaervedl) declared
the Hiiu urt would Hut be Called
upon to settle the Issue finally If the
United States passe. i the hill with
the free provision Which he -harac
lerlaed as "unjuatlflahla discrimina-
tion" ggatnal other nation.
A declalon agalnal the united
Mates by the llaam- court he said
undoubtedly would Involve this coun-
try in the repayment of minions of
dollars to the owners of foreign
ships which mlahl have been taken
In as tol1 al U7-- i anal.
Tin- iiritish atatement probably
will he aubmltted b) the praaldant io
orfhgreaa perhaps accompanied by o
No suit- I leeiion in Irlxnna
PHOENIX Arlr... July tr. Onlv
pr shlent la I electors will he i hoaen and
tiler. win in- im general atate election
In Albania next November The prcs-
in itate ftdmlnlatratlon headed be
Oovemor Hunt will go over until 1114
A decision today by 'in- itate supreme
court granted an Injunction reetreJn-
Ing Secretary of Btate Oehorne from
bjautng notice for primaries.
The court behl that the even mvn-
berod Mars election provlaion of the
t nt leclslal are meant the flmt sue-
oeedtng even numbered year after
atatehood had been granted or roi
atatehood having been granted in Kit
Bra neon ssiu- Here
Pred P Branaon fnrmer chairman
of the state democratic committee
spnke iii tin- Inereeta of hie candi-
dacy for congreaaman at ihtkc Inst
night. A large crowd attended thu
ineetlng and aave the speaker clog
attention Branaon gained conalder-
a i.ie prominence hint February when
he prealded over the temporary or-
ganization of the etatc convention.
1-3 Off the Regular Price
.. Blue Herge TwoPieee Huits Pius Ifohair Suits.
1-3 Off the Regular Price
All our Straw Hals for Men or Hoys
1-3 Off the Regular Price
1 4 Off
STEEL TRUS1 STILL
1 1 si n to sii.n m uuurn in -
POHT OTHEU REPORTS DUE
WASHINGTON July 1 1 . Repreean-
ItetlVe tiardner of .Miissaehiiset is de-
i lined today to hIkh tin- majority re-
in rt of the bouse go-Called steel trust
Ir veatlgatlon and declared in- would
seek to have Hiihtiiltted a progreailUh
minority report on behalf of the re-
publican members of the committee
Mr. Qnrdner asserted the time had
i iime when some definite industrial
legtalatlon dealing with tin- trust prob-
lem ahould come from a republican
XOUrCe ; that then- should he propns d
lays which would not only start the
v.i noral public to thinking seriously
bul t" take action ami in tins endeavor
the present political situation be uh-
aolutely Ignored H was uneted
the tentative report of the majority
written by Kenator Stanley fmrn Ken-
tufky be taken up also.
"The republican parly'' said Mr.
Uai'ilner "must lead In suhmlttlng def-
inite remedial li'Kislallon.
"We muat take a prngragalve itand
and light now dealing with the steel
I corporation) it is the opportunity af-
I forded for the party to lead tho way.
Tomorrow r next day tin- republi-
can member win meet to oon elder Mr.
uiier minority member are Uan-
forth of New York und Sterling of
' Wants on Lease PanortM
Penn PhllilpBi by his auardlan Wi
i' Phillip yesterday filed suit in the
district court attains! I'. D IfcDonnel
askltiK the cuticclliitlon of an oil laa
to his allotment held hy O'Oonnel.
'I'l.. ...1111... I lMa ihu U.ll....
" ' " " "
ncl after he drilled the first well
WOUld within one year drill a second
hole. This the petition allege has
not been dona
Notice to The Public
P ILACK l.l I i It 1 1 N
Will move to
111 South Elgin
on or about
We win in- housed in a new modern
fireproof building Partlea wlahlng
stock boarded remember our quarter
are comfortable and safe. We want
your buaineaa Special attention given
REBHOIdS BROS. Prop
Arc You Going to Move?
Then get In touch with the Nichols Transfer and btnnige nni-
pany They are t st equipped ''' having targe padded moving vans
lor this line of work. They employ only experienced courteous help
and charges reasonable.
One trial will make yoU their reculnr cuatomer
ill at offlc rear No. 2 North Main street.
W malic a specialty of l.onns
on hlah elilis residence or blis-
1 2 3 or 5 Years
W have the following amount
for private loans:
f 100 fur i hie or two years.
$1100 for Two years.
t 600 for on or two yeere
$2i'( 0 for two or three years.
See us ait once
Ground floor Bliss Building.
DO NOT PULL
Stop nii( tbhik Just a RUMMRl
Nature never Intended us pj
huvc those teeth extraeteil any
more than It did to bAVg a f ng.
Or or arm amputated; If Hoy
are decayed we can restore
them to look Hki: nature1! work.
What Is more utislxhtly than a
hail set of teeth. HAV them
attended to before H Is ton late
W- give a ten rear xuaruntt-o
with al! work.
ejK Bold Drown 14 JM
White ( row lis SI 00
set of Teeth lidM
Aniixnne makes all work pain-
lll'-j S Main.
un PARRi i i
I f f enrTYJ i i fflf '
Ho! Weather Goods
ICE OROAM FREEZERS
u FLY BCREENUfQ
AND HOSE REELS
Allli HERE IN MANY
PRICED AT A DISTINCT
IN EVIOUY CASE
Largest and Most Complete
line ol Lmgs 1 i the City
Entire Slock absolutely new
Prescriptions Accurately Fillet
Cor. Fourth and Main
Women and Children are Safe With Us
Made Happy at
22 East Second Street
For Sale onEasy
one r-reen leu Out -room
houc OA a-rnntn hoti rl-me In.
aouth mil. g0( n.-UblH.rl I; tomo
(! " H r. wiUon at
office or PbOM 2C.
ad World Want Ada.
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