Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 146, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 5, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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B1.MI uath dn affirm that ttlnr eMSStlBI
II DOpUl Mm!uil tu prlutlne. VI 9Hf "4
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(Br: A I.) (HAH K DFNT
Kv Oanralulen iipire Otl M tuts.
wnii two iiuiiih and two bands 111
die parade at Washington yesterday
I'll Is. i WM right on Die map.
Why if it Dint uoim ii arc the prin-
cipal supports f the humane soclsty
tui are still doting on oatrioh pluinos7
Unless ail slgni fail Oklahoma win
have tiic biggest ami beet crops (he
eomlng season it hoi over harvested.
Hon '' tiic Hull m.hhi in nf Okla-
homa going to have a convention
without Ti R. when in- i the whole
Congressman Davenport Mn( the
newepaper people of Tulsa packages
of garden seeds Ma had better
spi nd in" lime in aecurlng an appro-
priation for tin1 Tulaa poal office
The eaaleel way to handle tin- auf-
fragettei i to give them their own
wai ia the women who want in
vote vote( ami Ihoie who don'ti
We Irual that Preildenl Wilson ami
family reeled i II last nlKlit anil that
they ami tin' rKt of tin' country win
lie able to enjoy their Rejourn in th
There i not tin' illghteal occoalon
for thi' legleiature to remain in kir
lion 'i day longer than tin- regular
term. The people of Oklahoma are
Hot hogl ami Know whin they have
if everybod m Tulaa could have
heard the many good talks at tin.
Commercial club luncheon yeaterday
u good many thlngi would be made
aaier for the struggling young man-
ufacturing concerna in this vicinity.
We hope the teal of the city welli
prove iiiccoeaful ami then that the
effort to give ui water that is nt to
drink will hr equally eucreeaful and
that we won t ha- to wait another
j'rar before getting it.
It is iiiit.' cvldenl that uprinir I'
only a few lape behind hoary old win-
ter and thai WC will shortly find our-
gelvea amidst the flowera and bloi-
Hums where but yeaterday frost ami
enow wi if in evidence. We Just itep
out of one aeaaon right Into another
and all Is wi ll.
'rim dlipatchea aa) that more than
one hundred ami liftj thousand visi-
tors are in Waahlngton to attend the
Inauguration. Ami it Is safe to say
that one hundred ami forty-nine
thousand of them are looking for n
Monateur iimi-i Roeejueforl Is ad-
Vooatlng prohibition in Parle. Now
who would want t" ko to a prohibi-
tion city in Prance when llu can
fin. i a plenty right nt hon Henri
lias Kot another muss ion
With the new refinery ami the
tin ' refineriea already In operation
you can I ifi ly l i t your money that
Tulaa i the refining (enter of tin
Southwest Jliat as It the i oiiiiuer-
ciai center of Oklahoma and is going
to ho the commercial center of the
Tran.--M lailaalppl valley.
It Is .1 safe predil tioii to make that
If the legislature has not bam able
to lnestlKutc mid aa. i t lain who the
crooks are among the state OfiiCM
dining tin paal sixty days that It
won't he able to do so in tlx- next
alxt'. days or six months. Therefore
what's the use of Spending any more
of tin people'l money In an effort to
do sotncthltiK that cannot he done or
that there is no aeriotta intention of
tVOMHiM rri its N Wll aOWi
w iiii tin- ingugrurgtlog Bi a m g
prealdenl there m always in te real in
the viewi of Bthai nounliiH upon bl
paraonaUty and policial. The BM
jihIi push is perUcukwi) frai In M
pregglng its vlewi of our new jiresi
dint and Aiuiin ins will read than
comments with mora or less Inlereni
The lxiiil"ll IliollllliK liaPIN all
i oiik pi tulate the United Blatei on the
in u presldsat. The Hornlnn Poet flla-
C US sltlg at eiiiiNlilerulilili length the
problimi facing America says.
' Wondiow Wilson OOBIM I" 'he
presidency when thi old days are
ova a m w en is approaching. Piw
American presldenti have intend of-
f h r ho weii equipped; they bgvg (go-
fii so many iiiffieuiiies."
The lailly Opgphlc sayi-: "Wood
mw Wilson has Improaged the Anglo-
faJCOn line of both Ihe IK w and Ho
..id world wiih his iterllng honeity
Thai is the aqugUti above ail others
whii h demoorgdog need and Amerl
i nns must ie congratulated upon ha1
Ittg found tun h u mail for i hlef glgg-
Islr.ite." The Chronicle says that Mr. Wilson
repreeonts tin "new ipirit" visible
In more than one COUDtry hat no
where so clearly as III America. "The
progTOMlve world looks for uiiii.li
from him" the paper adda
The Dally Mews says: "The world
looks to Wootlrow Wilson for nu ex
ample of winn nbitlnenoe from ag.
graaalon ami adventure reeaonable
neae in Intarnatlonal dlsouaaloni ami
active initiative in furthering paaoe."
Tin- gllfpraai thinks thai Air. Wil-
son wiii i.e dwarfed bj Mr. Bryan
and referring to Mr. Bryan'i peace
ideals as tla libelous to America con
temlu thai the United States cannot
afford in the midst of a oamp of
armed nations out down its arma-
The 'nines say: "Both the presl
ill nt and Ills party will be lUbjeoted
to keen ami continuous criticism
sharpened by the abnormal unreal in
American polities and the universal
conviction that great changes ore litv
peratively required n is generally
recognlied that the tank upon which
Mr. Wilson enterg is una of aurpaee
lV KANSAS 4 OlCltl Sl'OMll V IS
The people of Kansas can take
their choice between Hie stuff that
Henry Alien is writing for the Bull
Moose nswapapers ami the contribu-
tion! of w. v. Morgan who is writ
ii.. from Washington to his own
paper the Hutchinson News. While
Allen Is ha vini; spasms o'er the prn-
gnaslve movement Mr. Morgan
"In the llrst plait- I sunn learned
there Is really no progressive party
here -not yet. A few correspondents
for progressive papeis make up the
entire organisation. No l ulled Mates
senator has vet declared himself u
progressive. Our own Senator Hris-
tOW has not yet said he was rolnn
over to the new party although It
set inn to me certain that he w ill. An-
other senator from Dakota Is also
aid to he scheduled for that route.
Hut the leaden In the old progres-
sive republican crowd are i tending
by the republican party and. in fact
think the partv. is coming t" them.
Iji Follette Cummtngs Bomh ami
Kenyon the leaders 111 the IlKhts of
the Inst few sessions an frankly and
openly against u new party ami say
It Is a wonk proposition as It only
helps the democrats. La follette and
Cummlni are in the republican legis-
lative steering committee in the sen-
ate and the republicans in the nest
senate will oome nearer presenting a
united front than has been set ii In the
senate for several years.
"liver In the house there is no talk
of wanting a progressiva party. Most
of the progressive republican ion
greismen realise (hat a new psrty
means their own cruolflston ami po-
litical death. Congress man Jackaon
ts the only one from our state who
is for the progressive party and he
win not he hack. Victor Murdoch
has not lined up with the new party.
Ahl- MART IS
Madame NauMlSta. th' tlairvovant
stoppln' at th New r.ilace llul lei
told lawn LepptttCttt that she Would
marry a tall ilark roinnntie luokln'
feller without a trade an' would he
very iinhaiuiy. It haint alius th' dot -
tor with th' opt n muffler tint has th'
most pn th a
Hume of the "lflfriMlVg" m") IMW
on 0 In thl proKKssive pailv gOUM
in u i o democratic if Ihey like Wii
son poliolsi and some will stand by
Ho ggpiibllcgn party. Up lo tutte
i hose ho do not declare thsmaelvei
loyal lo the republican! are slandiiiK
still and Wl4cbtng what way Ihe nil
is likely tu jump."
The reports of new nas well! in the
viotnlt) of Okmulgee Mondiy indloat-
ii lhal thai nourishing section of
tin country is khiiik naiiy to
bloW a hunk out of the blue sky
ll was a bin day for guHers and ev-
er; l"l Ih nl.nl 'hat so many Rood
wells In the vicinity of OkRWlgeg
c me iii undi r high preeaura
Hi the way talklnii uhoul the In-
Itlallve. If vie hud It DAW J'isl what
Ian v.ouid von taii out to initlgtet
asks lln oil (Kansas! Itei'lHlcl. We
mean yoU who huvn he en Biivlnf; that
WS must have the Initiative so that
the people may rule. What measure
gOUld yotl Mart out to ml written
upon the Statute hooks hy Ihe new
method? Th' pre. si nt legislature has
"Initiated" over 1000 hills. Dotl'l
yon ihii.k ihey probably include all
von might he able ttrtnlnk of
IIMI.WW IHSIMSS Sj IMS
inn ina a period of expanding bui
Ineas profits al Mm usually rise more
rajildly than expenses. That this has
not been tin case with the railway!
of the rjttltad States (lUMiiK the re-
cent high tide of traffic Is shown by
i loir raturni for (he oalendsr ysar
if It The total operating revenusi
arc thell total receipts from freight
and passenger traffic from carrying
mall ami expreee ami from mlscel
ktneoui sources. Operating Income is
tin- amount which after ail expeneea
have been paid remains for rentals
Interest on bonds appropriations for
betterments Improvements new con-
struction and for dividends.
The total receipt! of the railways
of the Blast wore 11611 per mile
higher than for ion but the oper-
ating Income gained only 1240. The
total receipts of the railways of the
south increased $41)1! a mile for the
year hut operating Incomes Buffered
u loss of iM"!). The railways in the
west gained 1316 per mile in operat-
ing Income which offset the loss of
approximately the asms amount in
the previous year. If the closing
six mouths of igii he alone consider-
ed the situation was not so unfavo-
urable hut even for this period of
mounting traffic the Increase In ex-
pense! OUtratt the Increase III re-
ceipts. That the funds available for devel-
Oplng ami extending the railways
have not kept pace with the growth
In traffic or the Increased expenses
of opera I loii Is .shown hy the follow-
ing percentage!! For the railway!
of the cast the total operating rev-
enues Increased 7.1! per cent operat-
ing expenses 8 !l per cent and taxes
s per cent leaving an Increase in
Operating Income of 4.8 per cent. Vot
the railways of the smith total Mip-
e rating revenues Increased 4.9 per
cent opi l ittinK expenses S . 4 per cent
ami taxes :'.s per cent leaving u de-
crease in operating Income of i per
cent. Tin- unusual traffic of the west
enabled the railways of that section
to obtain nn Increase of 6.4 Per cent
in operating Income which .Inst
about balances the losses sustained
The foregoing figures lire all upon
the mile of line basis and were i olll-
piied by the Bureau of Railway Hco-
monies from the reports made to the
interstate Commerce Commission by
the railways having total annual op-
erating revenues of one million dol-
lars or over. These Include ahoul
nlnet) per cent of the steam railway
mili'iiK"' f the 1'nlted States.
Cure for l iver Spots.
.Sometimes wo SOS about the mouth
or face a yellowish blown coloration.
This gi nerelly may he taken to In
dicate a disorder of digestion. The
skin is not recolvtng proper nourish
ment No amount of cosmetics of
bleacha! or powder will remove this
discoloration unless ihe underlying dl
gssttvs wrong is corrected.
rhere is an Increase of color dis
tinctly brown which Is known as "liv
er spots. " They usually are associated
wllh Indigestion hut msjl a wroni-
nf Ihe Idle pigment. In many casts
the Juice of a lemon luken In a little
water before breakfast will light this
WTong and fallSC Hie spots to disap-
pear. These people usually are con.
Itlpated and need t.i Ngultte their
mode of 1 1 i ii k so SI to cure this con-
dition. Constipation usually call he cured
by attention to dill and habits. On!
essential in the treatment of consti-
pation is regularity In the time of go-
Ing to the toilet Kvcry one itlOUtti
choose a certain tune. Immediaieiy
ufter breakfast is a convenient period
in moat cases one always should go
at the Mini time even though there
Is no ih -ii A! Iii st it may he neces-
sary to a'ol Nature hy taking an ene-
ma or I mild laxative. This should
he railed front day to day so that a
habit is not formed. After n time .S'a-
ture will form the habit of attending
to the l owels at this regular time ami
nil! do so unaided. A cup of hot
w.it. r Immedistety upon rising eosns-
t Intel has beneficial edhNrtS. The lem-
on Juice taken for the ler spots will
have a cood effect In overcoming the
. OBSl ipallon.
M III MUS AM) (KM VIM
Htute saponin. Mil' in II. W. Wilson
of public schools of Oklahoma has
writ tag the county lupartn tendon ti
of Hie state ngUSStlng them to urge
upon teachers thi 01 gsntggtlon of . 01 n
nil poultry clubs among the boys and
girls lags) ysgf (666 hoys ami glrli
between Ihe ngis of lllllt Ullll eighteen
engwaTod in the poultry contests iloni
fo the prise of 6 offered for gaol
pen of luii ri l ro.ks. This year a prize
of 11!.'. Is often d.
Tin ri' Is u (gellng of co-opelallon
lieiwiin the tiiiiilois business men
and lariners such as has never i KiStl d
before" said W. B Karrlsog tecrdtfry
of tin- Oklahoms Hankers' gggn nig lion
after attending tha five group rnogt-
Ingg .f the ggsoelatloN recently.
"ICverybody is looking ahead to a
gOOd year und Is i union vol Ing to try
In In lp everybody els' so that all can
advance togethnri The need of united
nitivity in developing the commercial
Industrial and gglil llltural Interest! of
the state i generally recognised."
April nth the oltlsena of Kenryetts
will vote on the franchise which the
counoll of that town grunted for UlS
operation of electric cars within its
corporate limits rutin tin. frani hiss
Work Is to he H. ii led within ninety
dgyi mid operation of i an Is lo he
madti within one year.
The members of the ministerial al-
liance of Shawnee ait preparing to
lake n nlhrlOttS census of that town.
They hope In this way to add mater-
ially to their membership by aster-
tatning the church preference of many
who have no affiliation wllh uiiy denomination.
Atin is planning a big trade da?
for the first Monday In April. A simi-
lar event two years ago was a great
success and It Is hoped to iruike the
coining one equally so.
The new high sihool building of
Ardmore for whii h a bond issue of
tlOtl.aOO was voted Is rapidly neaping
completion. It Is a magiiif loont struc-
ture and when finished will be the
pi Ide of the town.
iiic s'hool census of the Shawnee
school district which Includes the city
and stunt outlying territory shows an
increase of 1006 over ihe enumeration
lust year. Pottawatomie county which
has In previous yours held the record
of having the largest percentage of
School population hi rt ispei I to Us to-
tal population is endeavoring to
maintain the same record this year.
Bartlesvllle Is to have a "clean up"
day ami Mayor Lamm will soon Issue
a proclamation sotting aside a certain
day when every resident will turn out
ami clean up about their premises.
A petition for the removal from of-
fice of Constable Barnett has hern
signed by sixty citizens of Cablneai
township Pittsburg county and re-
ceived by the county commisiionen
at McAlester Monday. The constalih s
Is charged with habitual and wilful
neglect of duty and gross partiality
ami oppression in office uud extortion
and ovet'ehargu In fees.
Report! show an increase of 40
per cent In the bank clearings of Har-
tlesville over last year.
Don't sinii for the Old Fashioned
There Is a great deal of tradition
regarding the gardens of olden times
which Is the veriest "slush." In that
like ill! traditions It is likely to loss
a great dea of truth and take on S
great lot of sentiment wllh the lapse
of time and the Increasing distani o of
time from the "good old days of the
There was not In common use In
the days of our grandmothers a sin-
gle flower plant tree shrub or vine
which Is not In use today. All of them
show as gnat un advancement over
those of a hundred years ago as there
had la en in other things in that same
Those of us who are old enough to
remember the gardens of even forty
years ago tan get an approximate ad-
vancement which has taken place In
all that pertains to the garden In that
time and can appreciate what a nils-
take It Is to perpetuate the Idea that
there was something peculiarly beau-
tiful In the "garden of our grand
mothers" in contradistinction to those
equally well kept of today.
World Wants (Jet Hcsuits
orange Turkish Paste in ISxcellenl
l aster Candy
Three level tatdespoonf ills of granu-
lated gelatine two-thirds cupful of
orange Juice two oupfula granulated
sugar one-half cupful granulated
sugar one-half cupful cold water two
tablespoons of lemon Juice the grat-
ed find of an orange one-half cup
candied cherrh s. If desired
i Pill the gelatine to soak In the or-
ange Juice Stir over a slow fire tin;
sugar ami water until the sugar Ii
dissolved then add the gelatine soft
ened In the orange juice. Boll twen-
ty minutes after the boiling begins.
if gas is used an as best oi mat should
he kept under the dish duung boiling
to prevent burning. Winn It hn.i
boiled twenty minutes remove from
the fire ami allow to cool slightly.
Add the lemon Juice fruit and grated
Tin orange peel may he put In n
small Cheese Cloth and suspended In
the paste during cooking. This moth
ml if supplying the mange flavor In
preferred as no particles Of the or-
ange peal show 11)1 In the paste. Whet
the pei 1 Is grated care should be ta-
ken not to grate Into the white In
tier skin. The orange flavor Is fount'
In tin small oil t cL's next to the oiitet
Whi u the paste has slightly cooled
ami the tttgredietttl are nil added
POUT Into nn Unbuttend bread tin and
let it stand in a COOl place over nigh'
WhsH ready to serve sift tonfec-
tlMMT'l sugar over top of the paste
with a sharp flexible knife loosen
from tin- tin and turn bottom side up
on a board or platter dredged with
sugar If it dues not readily loosen
dip tin llngrri In the sugar aud loos-
en one end. then gradually pull the
paste from the pan. Cut Into cuber
with a luna sharp knife. Holl the
March is the
Easter is but
'Ave now jii display for men who desire
to lie out uf the common average.
will find personal service at the Body-De-shane
shop for here we don't make elothes
with an idea of quantity but quality.
Fresh Country Produce Daily
Watch the World Columns
The housew ife ean make arrangements for a cer -tain
portion of her daily menu fresh from the farm
to reach her every morning by parcels post.
Write a letter or card to one of the farmers
whose name appears in this column of The World
and complete the arrangements. The amount and
quantity of vegetables or produce is given opKsite
the name and address.
(). White Tulsa R. F. D. eggs 5 doz. per week .
Mi's. duo. Ii. Skinner Ii. F. D. City eggs chickens.
Mrs. Elmer Mercer Broken Arrow good fresh coun-
Mrs. I). T. Thomas Coweta' Okla. Ii. F. I). No. 3
1 mtter eggs ad poultry.
X. (!. A-dcock DeLeon Tex. Ii. F. 1). No. 1 G lbs.
butter (i doz. eggs per week.
J. 11. Watterson Cliff Okla. eggs.
J. B. Hunt Warner Okla. eggs poultry and vege-
tables. Pearl VanHorn Tulsa 'chickens eggs and vegetables
P. S. Lam Qotebo Okla. eggs and butter.
Rosie Engram Gladewater Tex. butter eggs
.Mrs. Winnie Smith Ogden Ark. 4 lbs. butter 4 doz.
eggs and two fat hens each week.
0. C Brooks lied Cork. Okla. eggs.
Mrs. Y. 11. Thompson Beggs- Okla. Ii. 1 butter and
You Will Like
Hi i a use tin ri you will llBVe a
ehaiice tu ggooaedt There oil"
mate soil mid water. In con-
junotion with Intelligent labor
sork wonders. AliWfa fruits
garden truck poultry ami dairy
products poinl Hie way to morg
Hum ii mere living.
March 15th to April 15th
lvl Then one-way eeeond-
ebjusi lionets from miss Okla.
to I. oh Ajagsloe San Fra Hoist ii
San Dlcgo anil to many oilier
polntl In California will OS gold
for tl.60. Correspond rng furs
from points ou other linos In
eotinei'tluii with Hie Hants I e.
l.ltieral stopover privileges.
Three fuHt trains dully from
Kansas City curry tourist SSP
trs and free (hair cars. Harvey
For tickets res-
nation and copy
of "San Joaquin
W. B CRAIG
The very best
euhes of paste In confectioner's sugar
anil arrange as desired. Keep In a
around the bowl. When "set" re-
move the bow und turn upside down.
Yolks of three eRps. one-third cup-
ful of suuar prated rind of one-half
emon. two tableepoonfUll of lemon
juice three-fourths tablespoontul of
galaUnS) two tablespoonfuli of cold
water three tablespoonfuls of boll-
ifif: Water whites of three curs.
Soften the gelatine In cold water
then add the boiling water; stir until
the gelatine is dissolved. Heat the
yolks of the ckks and add the lUgST
gradually) beating constancy mean-
while: thSB add a few gTStlng! from
ihe outcido of the It morts. Lemons
should lie previously washed thor-
oughly. Next add the 'emon Juice
then tin- dissolved gelatine Blend
thoroughly and sit aside to eool.
When It l.oKlns to thl. ken. fold In the
Whites oi the iu.--s. which have been
beaten Miff Do not heat the mixture
or the air cells In Hie beaten ecfrs
w ill be broken up nnd the pudding
polled! simply blend thoroughly.
Tut In any mold desired nnd servo'
uitii whipped cream. An effective.
way to serve It Is to mould the pud- i
ding I OS ring mould nnd pile thb I
IT hipped cream In the center. A ring.
mould mav be improvised with a
round vegetable dish nnd a bowl.
I'lnee the bOWl In the center of the
larger dish und pour the pudding
Set Winter I a Id Eggg
Have you ever thought about tak-
ing a little time and extra trouble
now to set the eggs from your winter
laying hem 1 believe that is one of
the VOry best ways of getting U good
winter layer ti helps us a whole
lot If you stop and think nbout It
most people tin not begin setting hem
before the first of March anyway nnd
I have had n gnat many tell me they
llWsyi hatch the most of their chicks
In April. Of course this is usually a
good month but with those who do
not trap nest and a great many have
nut the time why not set a few hens'
or a small Incubator early and get a
few chicks from birds you know nre
good winter layers "any old hen'
will lay In April. Try this nnd I feel
sure you will be repaid for your
trouble. We have hatched 23 chirks
from eggs by the middle of Keb-
ruary gad Oils after the thermometer
had gone ten below zero the hens
setllm; In an ordinary chicken house
and we sueeceeded In raising enough
chicks to pay us well for our trouble.
Make your hen n good nest line It
well with paper firing In with straw
anil fasten her on Ihe nest nnd you
will usually get good results.
you will have for some time
to make an inexpensive trip
west or northwest will be
March 15th to April 15th
On these dates tickets will
be on sale to Arizona. Brit-
ish Columbia California
Colorado Mexico Tcw
Mexico Oregon Washing-
ton and intermediate points
LOW COLONISTS FARES
Plan now to take advantage
of these low fares. For any
information ask nearest
Katy agent or address.
W. S. St. George Gen. Pass.
Agent Wainright Bldg.
St. Louis Mo.
West End South Fifth Steal
Phone 70. Ambulance at tin. hot.
Open to all rhTaiciana or Patient! "of in
anus H. 0. ZIEOLAR. Snpt
Graduate UnlveraitT of PsaaiylV sola
Rolpltal Trait. inr School
If you want Shoe Cobbling go any-
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Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 146, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 5, 1913, newspaper, March 5, 1913; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc133868/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.