Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 14, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 4, 1916 Page: 3 of 10
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HE ASKS CONGRESS
TO FIX THE PRICE
'President of the' Farmers'
Union Relieves Minimum
J Loan Price Needed.
F : '
Special to The World.
TOUT WORTH Texas (let. 3.
Iltnry N. Pope president (if the
Partners' T'nloii Slate Presidents as-
sociation lias submitted to all south-
ern members of iviiiunN thu sumni-
tloj. thai congress fix or empiiw it tho
federal rwrvti to fix a mlulhinm loan
Price of 12 cents Per Pound on cotton
'Xoi all crops.
A large majority of the i epilog from
genators and representatives fuvor tho
fdnn hiiiI Mr. Pone stated todav that
he would call a special meeting1 of hIK
association In New i irlca iih at all uarly
Oi'te to give It final consideration ami
Work out tho details.
Many members of congress have ex-
pressed their w 'illlngnoflti lo give the
luovetiiont their co-operallon. AnionK
the numerous communication re-
ceived by President Pope wore tho
Senator Hard wick of Georgia ':
;'"T rnnnol see for 1 moment why tills
ioard should not be authorized to fix
s. minimum price on which cotton
loans should be accepted. I am al-
ready giving thin subject eaieful coh-
tsderatlon and I hopo that an early
flate something effective end reason-
able may be worked out along tho
line c.f your suggestion."
Representative T. W. Sims of Ten-
tiesee writes: "I am in heatty sym-
Tnthy with tills proposition and shall
if irlad to do all I can to sccuro the
'legislation needed just .in soon as con-
press convones In December. You ran
tely upon on me without any sort of
hesitation to give this or kindred lwt-
'iKlntlon active and earnest support."
Representative Otis Wlngo if Ar-
ikonsas states: "I shall be glad to do
anything I can toward amending the
federal reserve net along proper lines
Vlth n view of facilitating credits for
the rotton farmer ami giving him
f-reater freedom in the marketing of
Would Mako liHflm'tlon.
President Pope states that there
Bl.ould be a careful distinction be-
tween the loan minimum and tho
helling minimum of c.ott in. "The loan
minimum should M protected hy gov-
euiniont" he ild. "And cotton would
of course ne ver be sold below that
Jiuint The selling mlnlinum !s on
that the union advises its members to
Hell and mnv vnrv from crop to crop
rr from time to timo with a protect-
ed loan minimum of l rents. Tho
helling mlnlinum of 20 cents can be
ltore on Hily maintained.
TOie government would never he
called upon to put up 1 cent under
this Idiin for when fanner knows
he can borrow 12 cents per pound on
cotton he will never sell unless he
can get a much higher prlco. Neither
eould the consumer hi penalized for
the fluctuation In the price of cot-
ton has little effect upon the price of
the finished product to the consumer.
We fxpecled to mature our plans at
tor meeting at New Orleans and It Is
likely we v 111 ro-k tho counsel and
1 proval of the federal reserve board
before presenting our plans to con-
ijfresft." Passengers Held On Ship.
SEATTLB. Wash.. Oct. 2. One
Hundred und sixty-one steerage pas-
sengers including "8 Russian war
fefusees who arrived last night on
he Japanese liner Yokahama Maru
are held today at the Diamond Point
quarantine station near Port Town-
?. nd for bacteriological examination
or cholera. Twenty-eight of the first
Cabin passengers were permitted to
Come to Seattle on the vessel.
PENNILESS AFTER !
Darkens Gray Hair Naturally
Q nn Hair Color llmtorar it no dya hut
n on tha root making hair nd icalp
healthy and n-itorini the color gtnada. of tha
)iair. So if your hair it gray fadod l)larhi-d
prematurely gray brittle or falllnf. apply
0 Ban Hair Color Rentorar (at directed on
bottle) to hair and acalp. In a ahort time all
your gray hair will be reitored to an iron
inlirato dark ihade and antlra head of hair
will become aoft fluffy long thick and of
turn an "en beautiful dark color no one
could tell yon had applied QBan. AJao
atepa dandruff and falling hair leaving your
hair faacinatlng and abundant without vn
a trace of gray. Sold on i money bick
guarantee. 60 eenta for a big bottle at
Quaker Drug Oo. Tulna Okla. Out-of-town
folk) eupplied by mall. Adr.
H Too Fat Get
More Fresh Air
G MODERATE IN TOUR DIET AND RE-
DUCE TOUR WEIGHT. TAKB OIL
Lack of freah air It la taid weakenet the
Bxjgen carrying power of the blood tha liver
feromei elugiriah fat accumulatea and the
rtton of many of the vital organ are hind-
fired thereby. The heart action neoomea weak
work la an effort and the figure it deitroyed
' Fat pat on by indoor life la unhealthy and
If nature la not antioted in throwing it off
nerlnui caie of ohenity may reatilt.
When you feel that yon are getting too
(tout take the matter In hand at once. Don't
Walt until your figure hat become t Joke and
our health ruined through carrying around
B tinrdrn of unalghtlr and ifnheahhy fat.
Spend aa much time oa you potalbly can
In the open air; breathe deeply and get
from Rexall drug atore a box of oil or korein
cnprulea; take one after each meal and one
before retiring at night.
Weigh youraelf every few dayt and keop
tip the treatment until yon are down to
normal. Oil of korein ie absolutely hermleu.
it pleaeant to take helpa the digeation .una
ven a few daya treatment hat been repori'd
to thow noticeable rtduetlon In weight.-
Teuiiistcr Had Horses anil ai;on ;t
M ro. v l In I Ire of 1. 1 cry
WILL OPEN NIGHT
SCHOOL NEXT WEEK
As a result of the fire which wiped
out the Kast Knd lively burn early
Monday moiniiiK A .1. riiapnmn is
now without money without a me. ins
of cainliiK a llvlto' and with no bid
or bluuket Vi sleep on. Ills team f
heavy bays was burned to death anil
his wauon destroyed. I'hupiiKiu has
a wife and family of several children
llvinx in t'laiemoie and has no wiy
to st-nd them money to pay for their
Chapman Is only one of many who
lost all they had at the fire. Latest
repents say that ten teams of Die
finest horses and mules were de-
stroyed. Thirty teamsters who were
using the place as a rnomintc house
were without any place to sleep last
n i 17 tit . Turner another of the team-
sters sleephiK in Ibe barn had $J"iO
In his vest pocket but could not reach
it when the flumes broke out.
Karly estimates of the loss suffered
were extremely conservative and It is
now thought that over $7i.(iOU dauouie
resulted from the buriiliiK 'if liulbllnn
teams and watjons. The Junk shop
beloiiiiliiK to I 'leenbui K and I he ICast
ICnd livery barn and a couple of
smaller buildings were destroyed.
Myers' planim; mill was not damaged.
J AnnouiH-ciiu'iit Ts Mailt1
i Alter School Hoard
OUTLINE GYM WORK
FOR BUSINESS MEN
I'lans anil lurHses plsmsscc at In-
fiu iiial Opciilmc mid I.imc heon
Tho business men's (rym class at
the Y. M. 0. A. was opened Monday
nljfht at the Y. (rymnaslum. The first
class was attended by seventy Tulsa
business and professional men and
was followed by a 1 i ar h t luncheon
which was attended by sixty men.
After the luncheon a short program
was Klven at which Mr. Duohner out-
lined the work of the club and pointed
to some of the benefits derlvod from
such a movement showing that there
were more business and professional
men lined up with the Y. M. O. A.
business men's classes In Tulsa than
In any other city In tho country pro-
portional to the size. Short testi-
monials were recited hy the members
of last year's classes on the benefit
which had been (rained from the
cdasses during: the past year. A short
drill was presented by V. K. Plerson.
physical director of tho classes of the
! (liven potter lo again open a night
school tins year by the meeting of
school board Monday night K. K.
1 uherholtzcr made the announcement
that classes in all subjects Would
ri nnmnce on Monday October H.
'.I. Horner Turner the head of tho
: night school dcpai tmciit. will be in
the hli.-h school Wednesday. Thurs-
I day and Friday ociiings ot this week
' In order to enroll pupils and classify
! thi tu. The night school is held
! under the direction of the school
! board and all courses are given free.
Students however must purchase
the necessary books.
Tt has been decided that a courso
will be given this year in any sub-
Iject for which eight or more per
sons apply. Uist year me following
subjects were asked lor and taught:
I'.ookkeeplng. shorthand typewriting
pi nmanship spelling commercial
arithmetic reading writing Spanish
ihemlstry. domestic science and do-
rrofessor ( iberhollzer superin-
tendent ot schools declares that it
I taken no difference what Is asked
for as long as a sufficient number
of pupils can be brought together
t no course will be given. If it Is
not on the list of those taught last
year. It can be put on next year's
i Night school work in the city has
Increased immensely since its Incor-
iporatlon three years ago. The first
I year there was but one teacher the
j second year there were two. last year
"there w'ere nine teaching the differ-
ent subjects. The whole first floor
I of the high school building and one
'loom on the second floor were en-
gaged including in all ten or eleven
' The school hours arc from : 30
! to fi p. m. and are divided Into three
1 periods of one-half hour each. Kach
I class changes subjects after each
The attendance of the night school
1 during last year reached the four
hundred mark and tho heads of tho
department expect a big lncreaso
over all previous years.
Won't Allow Any Tipping
at Tulsa 's New Hostelry
Kctcliiini Mati.ttrcmi-iit Will I'lro Hell
l!ov Who (.! Itching l'alm
Think of That.
The latest addition to the list of
Tulsa's good hotels Is the Kotchum on
South Main street between Klfth and
Sixth which opened Monday. All
of the furniture for the new hostelry
lias not arrived but tho guests who
have already taken quarters there ex-
press' themselves as well satisfied with
tho present management. Twenty
persons were accommodated at th'J
hotel yesterday and last night.
Tho telephone connections for all
rooms will be perfected today. Fix-
tures for the lot by will he Installed
some time this week and the dining
room equipment will probably be In
readiness before the last of next
week. A formal opening for the hotel
will bo held the latter part of Octo-
ber or early In November. It. It.
Keto.hum of TuNa Is owner of the now
hotel and .1 J. Ifghert a hotel man
of lonu; experience. Is tho munnger.
A feature of the hotel which will
bo greatly appreciated by many of the
guests will be the plan of Manager
Fghert to dlscoiir.ure tipping of em-
ploye It will not Ie necessary to
lay 10 rents or a qimrtor every tlmo
a bell boy or other Servant renders
some slight sorvioe at tho Ketchuir..
The employes will be paid more than
tho averig-e wage for euch work to
compensate them for tha loss of tips
(luests of the hotel will be requentod
not to glvo tlpf. Attemps of servants
to obtain money In till mnr.ner will
result In prompt dismissal aa soon as
the manaioment learns of them.
WON'T LOSE DREAM
AND HER MONEY TOO
Young (ilrl Piles Charge Against
Movjjj Promoter Is One
of a Number.
Tha trouble! of T. Alden Turner
self-styled motion picture promoter
are on the Increase. Recently a num-
ber of Tulsa society girls caused
charges of obtaining money under
false pretenses to be filed against him.
He was arrcsed but later released on
Monday Miss Nellie Unamer of
this city appeared In Justice lanlul's
oourt and sw'ore to a warrant charg-
ing Turner with obtaining money by
misrepresentation. Miss Lanamer said
taht alio paid Turner (6 upon his
promise to securo tier a position with
a motion picture cempany.
It Is probable that there will ba a
big orowd In the oourtroom when
Turner's preliminary hearing Is held
next Friday morning. The prominence
of the young women who are prose-
cuting witnesses In the casn has In-
creased tho Interest. In default of
t500 bond Turner was yesterday com-
mitted to tho county Jail.
KEEPS ON BOOMING
Receipts in September and
Last Quarter Break
Receipts of the Tulsa postofflce
di. ring the quarter which ended last
Saturday show a big gain over the
corresponding period of la-st year. The
totul business done by the office In
Juno July and August of this year
wks $63521.95 while during the same
months of 1815 it was only $35-
406.68. September of 1916 also shows a
heavy increase over that month of
last year Heoeipls of last month
were 116794 .Ml. In September 11)15
thev wero 111. 728. 90.
The annual fall rush Is already be-
ing felt at the postoffico. Postmaster
Crutchfleld has applied to the post-
office for two additional clorks and
two addltioi ul carriers. It la expect-
ed that the order authorizing the
larger force will come from W'ashing-
tc n before October 15. Tho positions
will be filled from substitutes of the
local office. The additions are ex-
pected to relievo tho situation caused
hy the heavy volume of business.
WITH AN ASSAULT
forest Itnwlin Is Alleged to Have
Beaton I'p Helpless Drunk
In Police Jail.
Why Don't I Try Them Out?
Yon keep hearing all this "sensible"
talk about Fatiinas.
You wonder if it's truf3 if Fatimas
really are so comfortable anil sensible
and bo different from other cigarettes.
If all this were true you'd switch to
Fatimas for keeps.
The Original Turkish Blend
Well IT IS TRUE. Hut you won't
KNOW" it until you try Fatimas your-
self. They'll leave you feeling better
afterwards than any cigarette you ever
smoked hut you must try them to
Tin going to try them TODAY! "
H. K. Newblock of Tulsa. Immediately
after the theft of the car Sheriff
Woolley sent out cards to every city
In the southwest giving a description
of tho auomoblle. Sheriff Graham
of Washlngon county arrested Wllk
In liartlesville Sunday as the car
being used by Wllk tallied with that
of the muchine stolen In Tulsa. He was
brought to this city Sunday afternoon.
Upon being questlonad by Shoriff
Woolley W'ilK confessed that ho had
stolen the car. Later he was ar-
raigned In the district court and
pleaded guilty to the charge of grand
larceny. lie waa sentenced to fh'o
years In the state penitentiary at Mc-
Alester. The car was stolen from In front of
the Klks' clubhouse at Third arid
Moulder. Wllk decided that he would
like to visit a former sweetheart in
Uartlesvllle. Arriving In that city In
the stolen machine he was persuaded
by his old love to remain for several
days. Then followed a round of
motoring parties to every part of
Washington county. On one occasion
according to Wllk the sheriff was his
guest on a trip to Iowey.
Tin: a kt op ii.ss lii.owivt;
OFFICERS BREAK UP
SUNDAY WET PARTY
Arrest Bunch In West End) Who Were
Indulging In a Few Bottles
Four gallons of "Chootaw" an al-
coholic conooctlon was what remained
when Officers Townsend and Shuo In-
terrupted a Sunday meeting of revel-
lers at the west end of First street.
Several of the habitues were arrested
some for selling alcoholic drinks and
others on loitering oharges.
With the granting of deputy sheriff
commissions to Townsend and Hhue
who are connected with tho police po-
lice force their field of power. Is In-
creased outside tho city limits. These
commissions were granted to the men
last Saturday night.
A charge of assault and battery
was filed against Forest Bowlln. a
member of tho local police depart-
ment in tho court of Justice H. D.
Shafer Monday afternoon. Ho Is
accused of brutally assaulting It. W.
Scctt a union printer in tho city
Jail last Saturday night. Scott caused
the charge to be brought against the
Howlin pleaded not guilty and his
bond was fixed at $100 which he
promptly furnished. His preliminary
hearing is set for 1:8(1 o'clock
Pcott was finod $25 In pMl2i court
yesterday morning on a charge of
being drunk. Officer Mowliii ad
tritted that he struck Scott but
claimed that he did so only after the
n.an had forced his way from the
cell where he had been Incarcerated.
The prisoner exhibited a discolored !
eye and other disfigurement about
the face to prove his contention of
harsh treatment by the officer. Ap-
peal bond was filed by Scott and the
case will probably be taken to a
Tho local Typographical union has
become Interested In Scott's ca.se.
Sunday afternoon Mayor Simmons i
conferred with members of the union
and at their request investigated tho
alleged brutal treatment by Officer
Mowlln. Although the mayor found !
that Scott had been beaten and oth-
erwise mistreated he decided not to
make a formal investigation.
PAYS THE FIDDLER
AFTER JOY RIDING
Young Muii Who Stole Car Is C-p-lured.
Arraigned uTirt Scnli-ihi-il
Within IH Hours.
A week of gay Joy rides ended sadly
for Henry Wllk Sunday when be u is
arrested in Bartlesville on a rhirge
of stealing a motor cur belonging to
Kyo ami Hand Are Significant I Ele-
ments of Craft.
Those familiar with the famous
Harvard glass blowers can appreciate)
the great possibilities of this medium
In tho modeling of animal life rut
well due to the wonderful advance-
ment in the technique of glaHS blow-
ing. Previous to tho Invention of tho
blowpipe the process of modeling In
glass was most primitive the molten
glass or "glass paste" being molded
over a clay form which was readily
removed after the glass had cooled.
With the advent of tho blowpipe
which consists of an Iron tubo about
one and a half Inches long and one-
fifth of an inch In diameter was
opened a new era for glass modeling.
With this simple device the glass Is
blown to the desired shape. The
few mechanical tools used by tho
glass blower have always been most
simple and relatively unimportant
but the natural instruments the eye
and the hand of the worker are the
significant elements of tho craft.
The Mast lamp constitutes the
most important mechanical Instru-
ment in the profession of glass-blowing.
It Is most simple in construc-
tion consisting of a brass tube about
three-quarters of an Inch in diameter
and from three to four Inches In
length Into which a smaller tube Is
Inserted. The larger tube supplies
the gas and tho smaller one the air.
The relative amount of gas und air
is regulated by cocks attached to
the tubes and a steady air presMnro
to increase the heat Intensity of the
flame Is created by means of a bel-
lows or In more Improved Instru-
ments by a compressed air pump. In
the early days an nil lamp was used
In this apparature and "lampen ar-
belter" was applied to Its users. In
distinction from the workers In glass
factories. This primitive method still
obtains in some of the glass-blowing
districts of ICurope. Tho gas lamp Is
of course vastly superior as It pro- '
duces much greater Intensity of
flame making possible the modeling
of much larger objects. Other tools
for glass modeling are forceps fur
handling the separate pieces of glass
when welded scissors for rutting
nway the superfluous glass and car-
bon and Iron pencils for widening
the openings In class tubes and rods.
Your Grocer will deliver
You've enjoyed it at restau-
rants and other places now
you want your family and
your guests to join you in the
That's one of the joys of serv-
ing flevo to hear your guests
say how good it Is then to
listen to their arguments as to
just what it is. If they haven't
seen the bottle they'll all agree
that It is something else if
they hae seen the bottle each
will have a different explana-
tion for its goodness.
Devois nutritive- pure through
pasteurization and sterilization
and thoroughly refreshing.
Note Bevo should be served
Get Bevo at inns restaurants
groceries department and drug
stores picnic grounds baseball
parks soda fountains dining
cars steamships and other
places where refreshing bever-
ages are sold. Guard against
substitutes have the bottle
opened in front of you.
Anheuser-Busch St. Louis
bryan & sutton 1
Distributors TULSA. OKLA.
si hi: way to .i;t nivoitcr..
I.ct VVhcs lie the Moes ami ' 1 1 1 - 'II
Soon l ire of I hi-1 and-.
Are yi 11 tired of your v : f V I o you
v. i"h that "he would jet a divorce?
re Viii wiary of vnur . et in i rt
and deiirous of nmthcr i n"'.'
M.ivno I can help -01
Let her have her nn n way in every-
thing. Yield tu her absolutely. I .el her
believe tli.it she call do i n i nut e you al-
ways. It is she who will eventually sever
the cnnneciion then. If you only show
Millet efforts to show her that she Is ! not worry about getting rid of her.
the stronger. She will get rid of you.
I'm women soon cense to esteem the And this method of breaking an en
man whom they have completely en- giigemont or getting rid ot a wile will
sl'ived They value homage but only appeal particularly to those scru-
Ihe Inuuace of a muster. Make vour- pulous pel sons who wish ahx ays to feel
io n it treat l adly tiint w 1111:111 of a little patience and persist 111 vour self a woman's slave und you need tluit the have beuu uult) honorable.
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