Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 19, 1916 Page: 4 of 12
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For All lr;ii.inciits Call
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i nr Vice PreM.lnnt.
fllAKI ' S W. I-AIIUIVNKS.
Tor CiuiKi'esH Pirn: liutrlct.
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Tor Statu Itt-iirf.i-liliilivin. Tulsa Cotiuty.
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Tor t'niuity Clerk.
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Tor Court Clrik.
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Fur County Smveyor.
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Tor HnpiTiniiinlfiit Piddir Hrhooli.
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Pol County CVi riitn i hslim rr a.
Unit M A I; IIN
Tlilnl I'lidn l
li'hK ns'ii iniiilii It clear tliat their gov-
ernment .iiiki-i upon tlin lulled
X'ntcs h:i v I iik iihniiiik-iI tlm nniml-
i.ni:.lili it n.l 1 1 - .- J 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 y f.- Uiij mull
uliiiin it iilmii- Ii.hI n-i-iiiii.-.cil u-. ii n;-
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'Unit i 1 1 1 1 1 j ii . W'lu'ii tlii-M.. hills
UH' till prcKl llti-.l lin y Will I. n il III!
lli'lllliMK Mil III. ''III. HUI.-4 lit l Is WC
(-it ii ii. t di-ny uhi.iii:-iI.iI fur wo
iivi' ttniil lirtwrin ( ';i ri .ni.i anil Ihi'
r ul (if lliu world mi. I tin- ny fur us
to hlnill tint ll.ilnlily iin itl l i ll Is lint
"It'iir. It In nut tin' Anii iiynn . .( . I
Unit have vmIiiiiIiii lly Kn't.-n Into llils
in' mm lull It Im llir WIImiii niliiiiniHliii-
tldll tllllt llllH MluVcil H lulu II. Now
In 1. w i.f tliis mi. I nllii'i- (. i ils tin'
ipn'.sti.in win. Ii tin. M'nii will li.-ivi.
to ii.- ili N.n .iiil.ir 7 H wIi.IIhi
they wjhiI tn irust In tlin f.M Imnils
HOW nil till' Illllll ul Hie Mil lp III st.iti'
to pui.li. t hi in tin. nii) Mi.riny w.itf
in nni'iiiiT nicy w.int u iriil . mil I. :i n
fnl' 1 1 1 i sl i li nt IiImim Ii' n: ... ss.-.l
of firiiiii.-sH of cli.nu.i.r u ml win. will
f Ul I ..IMI lillllsi'lf h it h 11 '. limn I i ..in
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nil. a im . I tin' i . snli lit
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Insl I'liniint f.i tlm pluy-
is f..r tiiillt'iii'y'.s haki'
ilt:n mill tluil mill ss tin'
s inn Iluti'ly wltlnlli'H'
In. in A uii'iliuii .S..II th
I'l.nfii I'ti.'i" ul All. mil.' City
iiill.'.l nil' It Is 'issi it 1 tint
"ll lias ri.nsili' ml tn nil illl-
w it liilruH -ul. Tills Is In tin'
of (lie fn. t
w h.y iiiii- tr.n....
I h.i n tin la I..i-
! past. "I'l.nmi
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SI I'I'I s.
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IllMlKI l(. II) I It M l.
If It !( Irui'. u.s i' uri' icllal.ly In-
forini'l tluit thru' litis bui'ii u wlmlc-
snlo iiurtl.i- of llli'::il i'iiKtiatiuii
ii.otlu'ilK In Tulsa iininty thnn It Is
tlini' f.'i cvrry cltizi'ti nf tin1 ciuinty
I'PKUI illi'ss nf pi.litlr.ll lit tlllatlnll tn
In lip ill HI ins t.. il- !. at tilt) iihji-rt of
lhl.i fi .in.l. Tin' law Is vrl y h.i'.'lf.'
anil pal t ii'ular In statini: wlnm am)
hrnv vnti t s shall Im I c'lsti ri il nml
yet the vi'iy pi'iij'li' wlni wen- unNlmis
to Iiiim- tills ni'W law upun tin' MatiHr
'jonks lia liasl ini'il tn Ini'iik that law
.il oiilrr t.i si-i ino a partisan n.lvan-
lKi'. Wo nil kiiiiiv that t lift has
.m.'ti for s im' tinin mi in-. irax i n
i.V.wtli In It. pnl'll1 an t niiKtli an. I n
kHjwInt (l!s;..iMs'iirt..ii anin iik tin1
ln..i iats nf ( 'klaln ina win. do lint
fcrf . riiiiil tn tm calli'il on to sponsor
til iIIski annrul pr..i'cnllni;H of tlm
stat a 1 ii i i n 1st I a 1 1 n ii ii..w. Whether
t lil kit.s y.m or it"t Is ln.t tlm i ies-
tloiv It Is ii matter ot rlnht tlint tlm
Ju t on slwnM tu- an tinli.mii('tel r-
ti'ssloti of tin- will of Urn i. k .stem. I
jlt't ti.i.itc The K. 'put. Means susp. . t
tlm in w law an. I t-'ok pains t.i se
rnro u Kin "1 i ).' i s' ra t i . n . Thh. left the
lunio.'tats In (he .'..iiniy with u lisn-
Kei.ii.sly sin. .11 iimiklii of pie. 1. mi
ranee. T.i. ur alarm nt tlm sltnatl. n
n.. It di . !..;'(! the 1 ' Iji. el .it'-'
minr.li-K ; oar lnf.n inatmn have
lu-( n liiintlni: up tlmir vol. is nn.l
H e the "in :
al'.ii I Mil it
mull. I . of tin
(T.ll llll.KS. ll
v isor of t Im
Is lo I .
Aei ..i.lllik- t.
tin ii for tin-
l'ei hint's e
atlee to "
all. I thill
1I..W well th
l.'li'l w . i .1
ii; I In
e Is in
h i -tamlinn"
W hu ll I he
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i i nle I I r.
nte. -I" Am. i I. -an
"la l I y ll 1 1 .M k ' In
ey have iloim s
'. Is '
w II Il.l r-:
.l' i w
I hut In
past Is a inattei
not he tecalhil.
pel Is h.n e fre.in
t'arraiiza Is iinah
Mletl pi -utilise. I'M
to do so. Villa's
of history that need
The inllitaiy ex-
ility pointed out tliat
ie to make c I any
II If lie Were tnlllded
constant activity and
Ids mlds on t'ai rana strotlKluilds to-
('i tlmr wltli the In. -n asim; hlrciintli
nf hlllnllliv an. I the ihl'enlion of laiKe
ti. idles of f.-deral troops to tlnlr en
inles. e idiiie. s s'1-..iiK. r than words
that the military ivperts know what
tin y m o tall.lnir uluuit. ( ince let ttie
troops l.e withdrawn and we will find
Hint ( 'arrai'.y.a Iiiim no further Interest
In tin. (jiiestloim now tu fore the con-
ferenen ami mutters will resninn their
femur uncertain statiiH. The con-
ference however wiih not designed In
Hood faith f n the imsniance nf re-
forms In M.ni. o. It wiih merely nn
expedient to "savo tlio president's
1 an attempt tn deceive the
people Into lielleviiiK that
tin I lean
mi: i.am. in (ii i tir n m:.
Keltlt ar '!mni 1
time limit M t
any Kep i M : e i
is h i
! outside of the
ll mil law. If
; dept on tlieir
M. i. o
;ods. n is
i K. I .a lie
lti ii son
1 is a nn prising h
t'etweon Mr. Wi
'S (if the proposed
if Alluue.'in troops
which Is entirely in
pi esnlellt'H Ideas and
te tlint Pi i nk lln
1 ot I iciul fiiiuily. Is slHK-
a dll l ei cut k.-y. There
k of umlnistaiidlni
ti ami Ids cahlnet
rights and failed t
train. ti hooks tli.-y w.d have no vote
hut tlm In nun i its urn hi ins- liuutcl
up and made tn iiKister eoiitiaij- to
that law. It may he tliat linn- plan
will )ct fall ttnou:h and tliat (.nouh
honest I 'elninl .its will Vote wl'll the
Heplll'll. a lis to reh uke the people who
are tlm h.i'..-t i. mi Its of Ihi. criminal
act hut tl piece. lent Hit Is a wicked
line Ul.d Sill. lid 11. d I'C pilllllttid to
nffieiT. The i w York Post Is mp.
i poi'tlntC Mr Wilson and yet this Is
what Mr. I.ane wiote (i publication
Issue of that paper: "Miiu'o
recognition mi liave seen
who lilt vp gone Into Mrn-
. ful errands murdered; wo
our own towns upon the
d nn.l Aiuei leans slain on
R"ll. These oiitr.iKeM
ll! K recent
( 'al l an.a's
lco on peac
l ordcr i-ftl.U
lilt" ally ricis;
from tile Velmi;
..ponsil le f .r this c
throw the w ill ( f tin
held to "t.t i let ac.'ountal ilit; ."
CJinnot afford either In Tulsa or
who his h.'ell
Uld he hilled
Ulld those re -il.icv
.'I-le .'hould he
wlierc lo allow
sue esM ui or tin
mil y lo'k. I
. Ii met In ds to
! prompted the predd
I own troops Into Mexico and this
Conine cannot he otherwise construed
than as a recognition of the fact that
tlm do facto ;ii i linient In Mexico
I iceonu'.zed ly ourselves and l.y other
: nations Is n..t fulfllllns- the duty
i which one nn lion . es to niioiher. We
jute In Mexico today and how lonu
we Hlnill Rtay and how far we shall ro
depends upon the policy and the
KI.Ml'l.M Al KINS All I. All
"Wo cannot say noW In what par-
ticular not l of mess we ahull find
IhliiKs In March next" aid Mr
lluylii'H In a recent npi ech and the
audience rvKponJud in chorus 'That'
right." No ono ran fuicsoo what sort
of mess tho country will ho In but
that there arc Kiave complloatlona
aheud of u growing- out of both the
UexlcaD Bltuatlon und tho European
war la tolerably certain but It in very
uncertain how well the present ad-
ministration will deal with them. Ita
past record doe not give us much en-
couragement on that ecore. As a sam-
ple of the trouble we cannot avoid
the French ambassador Journeyed all
the way to Shadow Lawn to present
to the president one of the bills of
France against the United States for
French losses In Mexioo. Tho partic-
ular bill which M. Jusserand pre-
senter was for 160000000 that loin
the amount of damages suffered by
Carranza'K closing- the doors and confiscating-
tho property of a btitilt. The
representatives of tho various oownrs
How some woman gits her work
done is th' leadln' mystery In ever1
noluhborhood. Th' frost Is on th'
power to k('(i the peace of tho t'ar-
ru Ii7.il government: hut we shall go no
furl her than we have (nine until every
effort to secure ff( etho Mi xn-an co
operation falls." This falls to mimf
that Mr. Wilson in his speech of tc-
( cptniicc iialtl that any Interlei t noo
with .Mexico would amount to a de-
nial to the Mexicans of "tho right to
any revolution at all which disturbed
u.s" ami to making "the emancipation
of her own JicnpU; await our interest
ami eiinv enleiiee." He. declared he
was willing tn servo tho ends of uny
i evolutional y movement and w as un-
willing to allow any eotisideratioii of
American fluids or Interest to inter-
fere with the aecoinpllshment of tho
great (timinlssloii entrusted to C'nr-
lanza. The two utt raneis do not
ad w i ll toto t her. Something has
slipp.-d a cog. Hut the main thing Is
that although 'a i ran.a has shown
Ins iilt.-i inability to "fulfil tint duty
which i.ne nation owes to ahnthcr"
yet the Amerlian troops uro to bu
w it lid i .inn.
City News in Brief
.Me Master where he Is a candidate
lor the thirty-second dearie. It Is ex.
piop-d that he will return In two or
The -i'W employe nt tho Frisco
fri'lghlhntiso if Itudolpll Forstnan. He
cofiniciiri d his work yesterday.
TULSANS TO AID
DYING IN SYRIA
Members of Tulsa Hed
Cross Chapter to Join in
Nat inn-Wide Movement.
I i; uiliAl.l 4-i South olympia
Is leeineiiiiK from a recent operation.
- I -
I 'It II. I.. SI I' i UK II AS K turned
from fn. in a lew il:i)s' trip to Kansas
MK. AMi MKS .1 i. Ri hards have
returned 1 1 1 1 1 a tisil to their ranch
Till'. .1. K. MILKS propel ty lit 32 1
Smith I'etmlt was sold yesterday
John llisiy. A ttumlier of apartment
houses are to he erected on tho lots.
I'he consideration was $11 UUU.
ItKV. I'lt.WK NKl-'F Kec. A. M.
Kr.n sin an. l: !'. M. Pack ami Mls.-i
CaltT il left M-.st.-rd.iy for Knltl win re
thev no to In In ntlemi.iuce at I no ciitt-
telilice of the .Methodist (llillcll.
SIIKKII'I'- .1 1 X 1 '. PI I ; ; I-: K og Yinita
liUl i. was In Tills i yi- Icnhi y looking
for I ho two men who are suspected of
m.iideiinK an unld. "Hilled man near
Vmita Monday. .No trace of the men
was found here and Sheriff Kinhbcrgcr
I i t in in d to i u 1 1 a last ntglil.
- t -
MKS. K. K A K.MS Tin 'NC and Mrs.'
Sti ll.i I'n.tni. who were appointed l.y
the Socialist p in v of Tulsa to examine
the county n c ist rat ion lists com
pleted their work yesterday n I tciuooii.
. list of i-y.-iy Socialist ami Independ-
ent otcr was made.
Till' t.il A KTKIM.V exitminatinn for
ten I ( is' county certificates will lie
In Id in tlm ottico of County Superin-
tendent Maxwell on Thursday Friday
ami S.ilurd.iy of next week. Tho
e;i inlnat ions will In Mill at I'.iit o'clock
WIIITK lA'IS. ncnnlf! race. Miller
l'.ussv mid John Hussy tho four young '''
linn charged with the robbery of the; ''.... '11 ... "
H. Maid atoro at tiwasso Saturday
nlghl were tirriilgned yesterday he-
fore Justice Keo I'.inlel. Their bonds
were fixed tit $1000 rnch In default
of which they were committed to tho
l'liKTY NKW M KM I'.KItS Joined up
at the night school office Monday
nllit. hrinuliig the total number al-
ready attending lip to two hundred
which far surpasses tho opening days
of any other year. Tho crowd of ap-
plicants around tho registration desk
Is expected to swell for the next few
AN'iTllKU KTUnN'-J evidence of
Tulsa's prosperity is the large number
of order;- taken by John K. Sybrant
tlint i let manager of the Ludlow Valve
Manufacturlm; company of Kansas
City. Mo. for gale valves. Tipe lino
comp. inies and supply houses here
have given him a record amount of
business this Season lie claims that
Tuls t Is the greatest market for ma-
teiials in tlds lino of any city In the
MANIuil.lN'. (IIITAlt orchestra
dramatic and glee clubs were origi-
nated at a meeting of tin1 music coiu-
mittee at the . M. C. A. yesterday
aftei noon. The ohtect of the clubs
w ill not only he to a I ford pleasure to
their members but to give music at
all tlm i nlet tainnicnts gospel meet-
ings and the Sunday nflernoon forums.
The committee Is anxious to obtain
tho names of any w ho are able to I
enter the above clubs. Interested
parlies should telephone W. W. Hlg-i
That tho proclamation of tho presl.
dent of tho rnlted .States asking that
.Sunday October 22 bo set aside as uu
Al me iiian-Syrinn relief day may not
go unheeded a meeting of the execu-
tives of the Tulsa chapter of the Na
tional lied Cross association will be
held this morning at J. M. liorrv's of-
rico ut tim Central National hank.
Hans for tho campaign will include
hi riuoiis In nil the churches of tho
city setting- fotlh tho conditions of tho
pet pic and proposing definite mentis
of ralfing the fund tor their relief.
'I'he movement is natlon-wido and
thousands of churches in America will
ling with tile appeal next Sunday.
The state of the people in Armenia
and Syria is well (lepictl In the
pamphlets issued by the American
committee for relief.
Many Arc lln.
"'ne paragraph reads: "In Armenia
to! ah.no last winter people died of hun
ger und privation at an tenige rate i
of two per minute. This is exclusive of
filter lens of thousands who perished
In Syria j'ersla and Palestine. The
sum rings this coining' w inter threaten
to b(-(.(.ine oven more severo unless re-
lief Is provided."
I In aiiotlier tho privations firo plo-
Itured as follows: 'The people we meet
on the street hardly look liko human
I lei ui's. Many f.uiiillts have eaten
nothing for days and do not have the
j courage io lu g. The number of such
; families increases from day to day.
I lint w ill ho the end? If lt goes on
i like this the greater part poi'lmps all
I will perish from hunger and niisi ry.
j The) .eople fight for the clotted blood
I of killed niiiinals. They gnaw the
bones they fled discard- . 1. They fat
the llesli of fallen animals and men.
Many who cannot lcnr it any longer
tlioyv themselves ail. I their children
into tho Ihii hr.it s. Such horrible
tl'Inup avo see daily and can tin no
more than to Implore Coil for help
and mercy. Many- die of hunger every-
day. The grave diggers are nlyvnvs
busy. The groans and Iniimui.iti ins In
11 o market places. In the streets and
out or. the quiet desert give our hearts
no ri st."
Tho executives of tho Tula I!ed
Cross ehaptir are Charles l'ugo. Si-
mon .Iiinkoyvskv II. M. dries. Have
t'oniiellv. II. C. Tvrell J. M. H'-rrv T.
G. I! McCiillotigli Wil
liam Strvker. Kuio'ie Lortnn. (. N.
Wright. I W. Itaxter W. F. Slabl I r.
'!. White Kev. H Itarton K. It Kemp
W. W. Sinclair (". K. Buohncr I.co
! Clinton W. L. Lryvbt.
TULSA'S LARGEST POPULAR PRICED STORE
We are prepared for Autumn nml Winter wants in ren.ly-to-wear Indies' and misses' coats nml
eoat suits nnd dresses beautiful assortments.
Coats In plain or mixed fabrics
plushes velours broadcloth silk
Dresses In wool serges silk messa-
llno taffeta silk wool poplin In
fact all the season's newest crea-
tions at tho usual Rutin's one-
third savings. Come and Inspect
our lino before you purchase; it
means a saving from $5 to $10 on
a garment. One lot of $12.50 all-
ooi serges oresses few silk pop
lin; enolec or any
Cholco 2S sport coats
In plain fabrics or
plaids values up
at Kahn's this
to $12. CO; cholco
New arrivals of furs new neck-
pieces with or without muffs at
one-third savings this week.
l.BOO house dresses niude to fit
in percales gingham or flannel
ette $2 quality ut Kuhn's
.Men's nml Hoys' Clothing Suits
Isxlra Trousers llalaiiieaan Over-
toils Wool Milrts ami Sweaters.
Men's all-wool rrrgo Htilts extra
Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!! We
carry a largo slock of shoes in
all solid leather every pair guar-
anteed. Iulies' and misses' hue or button
boots $S.50 $! and $9.50 values
at Kahn's this
Ijirgo ussortnient of boys' and girls'
tichool shoes at -
$i.e.o $i.:.-. 2 up t f:t.nn
Kxtra siieclal on raincoats this
week for men women and children.
EXTRA BARGAINS WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
$4T.O one-half wool blankets In
check blue und white pink and
white black und white gray and
All-wool largo size silk bound
blankets only few to offer In
fancy plaids $15 values. For
lino lot $L'.D0 values extra large
Fizo blankets. In gray and white.
For two days
Ono lot $1.50 blankets at Kahn's
for two days
Large ussortnient comforts made
of pure white cotton
$1.50 to $15
two duys only
In all colors for
40c quality ..
9-4 blenched sheeting
R-4 bleached sheeting
10-4 brown sheeting
9-4 brown sheeting
R-4 brown sheeting
.iS-lneh brown sheeting HU
My 14 yards
! LYCEUM PROGRAM
I a largest
86-Inch pure and soft bleached
sheeting 16c quality
12 yards for
36-Inch silk taffeta in nil colors
extra special for two days only
quality guaranteed $2 vulues for
choice per QQ
yard 30 u
1500 pieces of 15c
Kahn's two days only
last grade khaki school
values 75c at Kahn's two
All-wool serge $1 quality
ors for two days at
Poplins In all colors nnd
15 East First St.
Sixteen Hundred Hear Cathedral
Clinic In Opening of the
( Transportation Talk
For tho purpose of sup.en Islng fhn
construction of the sidetracking facil-
ities for the Hof-dra company at the
I 1 u-.t on the K:ity tracks at the
corner ef Nocilcs. A. K Triplet nr-
rlv. d in town vest r.lay. More track-1
m;i. has become necessary with the
Increase of manufacturing.
Tho ffrtidcrs commemMng tho work
rn the Knty railroad In the sonthenst.
it town eat of the glass plant ar-
rived vi-sterdav The work will take
two weeks to complete. j
For tho purpose of supplying th.' I
needs of the Tulsa oil refin rlos with'
tank cars Kav Crawford traveling
i;ft"n! of the l-'i sco from Sapulpa was
In the city yesterday.
on a special tilp for tho Wnbatli
tallwav. Frank McXally traveling
leis-eeger agent arrived In tho city
onlay. lie will leave this after-
noon. Kansni; City railroad offices wor
represented In Tnlsi yesterday by O.
V. Tunstall traveling freight and
passenger agent of the C. It. . Q.
AMondlnr to railroad nnd oil Inter-
ents In the city yesierdny was S W.
Karnes seoretarv of tho Sapulpa
Oil Fields railroad.
O. F Hopkins vice-president and
general manager of tjio Hapulpa A
OH Melds railroad transacted busi-
ness In Ilartlesvlllo yesterday.
When a crowd r.f 1600 persons
gathered in Convention hall Inst night
to hoar tho Cathedral choir the
greetest success for a lycetim course
In Tulsa was recorded. All members
wore encored nnd everyone In tho
building v.-iis thrilled by the delight-
The lyeeum course attempts to pro
vide the best music for tho poorest
worker. School children are en-
couraged te attend and tho charge for
tho course is as low as possible.
Tho following program was given
Tlie Lmt Chord (Sullivan). Hut tho
Lord Is Mindful of His Own iMon-tlelssehn-Lleuianee
I Mr. Wilde. Cantata--
"i ill vet to Calvarv" (Maunder).
InvictiiH (lliihn) Mr. Aldritlgo. Sold-
iers of Hie Cross (Arr. by Llturanoe).
Ever Near l l.leuraneo ) Miss pease.
Tho Angeliis (Lleiirance).
Intermission. Mammy's Lullaby
(livorak) l-i. lies' Trio. From tho
Land of tho Sky liluo Water (Catl-
mii!') Ijttiies' quartet. Ti nor solo
(selected! Mr. Chamberlain. Swing
Adntig (Cooke) Malo quartet.
Songs from the American Indian.
Melodies rollccted and ul ranged by
Thurlow l.leuraneo: (a) At tho Sun
Iiown Mr. Aldrtdge. (b) -lly the
Water of Minnetonka- Miss I'l o'e theft
(c) Hue Mr. Maker (d) Her Blanket
Miss Wright (e) Kalnbow Land
Lullaby - Miss Wooh y.
Selections from Princess Pat (Her-
bert). Kdna Woc.ley. soprano; Helen
Il nthelt sporano; Klhel May Wright
contralto; Klizageth Pease contralto;
tllen Chamberlain tenor; l'un Maker
tenor; Lenartl H Aldrldgc baritone;
John J. Wilde basso.
WILL OPEN SOON
Followers of the Hounds nnd Trull
Ilegin to Plan For
O. H. MeCurty superintendent of
tio Frisco from Sapulpa pawed
through Tulsa yesterday on a tour oV
A railroad visitor to the elty yes-
terday was H. 6. Shirk district super-
visor of the western division of the
F. It. San ford trainmaster of the
Katv accompanied yesterday's early
special to McAlester.
E. I). .Tone of the Western Weigh-
ing and Inspection bureau visited scv.
era! offices yetjterday.
T. P. Trlckey. chief accountant at
the Rnpulpa A Oil Fields' Tulsa office
loft on yaMiardav' autclal train for
With the approach of winter hunts-
men are beginning to get out their
paraphernalia and look up tho slato
game laws Huns are being removed
from their storage places denned und
polished to remove ail possible tracts
Hunting licenses are Issued nt the
county clerk's office. To dnto the
number Issued this year has been con-
siderably loss than that of former
years. The license foo Is $1.25.
Tho quail season Is open only dur-
ing I ho month of I lectin ber In Okla-
homa. It formerly began on Novem-
ber 16 and lasted until January 1 but
was changed by the last legislature.
Wild turkeys may bo shot from
November 15 to January 1. Tho season
for turkey gobblers Is clciBod except
between March 15 nnd April 15
Hunters are limited to one of euch a
There are deer In certain sections of
tho -111110 but only thoso with horns
may be shot In season. Only one deer
may be shot a season by any one per-
son. The sesson lasts from November
15 to Pecember 16. The open season
for plover and snipe opened on Sep-
tember 1 and closes tho mtddlo of Pecember.
TO JITNEY OWNERS
Ailu':ition blanks may be obtained at the office
of the City Auditor as required by Ordinance No.
157") effective Wednesday October 18th. Licenses
will be granted to Jan. 1 1917 subject to approval
of Board of Commissioners.
City Auditor. i
TO FIGHT CASES
Ordinances of City
to He Violated.
' "Cnn yon let me have a little some-
thing on account today. Mr. 8lopay7"
"lircitt Scott no! I can't cvon spare
the time to tell you how hard up I
The JUnoy men nro not going to
give up without a struggle. This morn-
ing Put Mulloy representing the drlv.
ers us nttt rney will nsk tho superior
court to grunt nn Injunction against
city officials to prevent their enforc-
ing the Htney ordinance paised by
the commissioners last Friday.
The ordinance is scheduled to be
come effective this morning. It lim
its tho number of passengers to be
carried by a Jitney to two more man
tho registered capacity of the oar.
Carl Maupln prosnieiii or mo ju-
nenrs' union said last nlgfit that tho
jitneys would continue to carry ns
iinv passengers ns ineir cars wouiu
There Is n severe penalty for every
day tho ordinance is violated.
To Take Cases Vp.
The drivers nnd owners are organ
ized nnd say they v fight the pas-
limit regulation to tho end.
They declare It would put them out of
nnsini su if enforced.
"Tho first arrest for violation of tho
now jitney ordinnnce will bo used as
n tost case" said President Maupln
last night. Intend to tnko our
case to the supremo tourt If neces-
sary." In addition to limiting the number
of passengers the newr ordinance pro-
vides other regulations. All drivers
are required to tnke out a HcenBO and
pass a physical test. y
About fiftv Jttnev .yvrs nre In opera-
tion In Tulsa at tho present time and
more thon a hundred drivers ai n-
ployert. Tho Jitney business has
thrived here although It has censed In
most cf the cities of tho United States.
Joplln Men Invest.
Pr-'Hul to Th World.
COM MIC 11C E Okla.. Oct. IT.
Messrs. A. R. Johnson and William
Pehlffodecker of Joplln Mo. have
purchased a lot on Ponton street
across from the high school and will
erect a building for an Ice cream fac-
tory. These men aro both experi-
enced Ice cream' men and nre pre-
paring now for next year's business
fn Commerce. Both men state that
they expect to move their families
to Commerce and to build them
homes in Commerce. .
WOULD SAVE BODY
FROM PAUPER FIELD
Officers Try to luxate "Steve Hen-
nessy" or "I-e. O. Cole" OS
"Steve Hetinessy 1813 Bollvlew
Kansas City" written on a soiled pa-
per drinking "pup Is tho rluo by which
county-officers hero hope to save tho
body of an unidentified man from the
potter's field and placo it in tho family
lot of somo little church by the sidb
Tho hotly evidently of a man of 35
yours of ago was discovered early
Tuesduy morning by workmen of a
stone quarry us they went to their
work. Tho body was discovered fol
lowing tho finding of the dead man's
coat In tho road ami a search of a
noiirbv patch of weeds.
Word was sent immediately to tho
sheriff who went to the scone and re
turned to Tulsu later with tho body
It boro no marks or violence and It Is
the belief of tho officials that the
man's death was the result of natural
Workers in the quarries told tho of
ficers that the man had passed them
late Monthly afternoon and at the
lime they had gained tho impression
that ho was Intoxicated an he mum
bled to himself and did not seem to bo
nttractcd by the activities about he
Tho officers nro attempting to lo
cate the whereabouts of friends of
Steve Hennessy or le O. Cole the
two names found on pieces of paper In
the dead man s pockets.
III Health the Cause Many
Alarming Symptoms of Wo-
men's Ailments-How Cured.
PICTORIAL NIGHT A
RED LETTER AFFAIR
M. 0. A. Will Offer Splendid Pro.
gram For 0M-nliig Displays
Orchestra and vocal musio with
speeches will be part of the program
for the opelng tonight of the gigantic
pictorial history of T. M. C. A. work
at the "T." building.
Rov. C. W. Kerr pastor of the First
Presbyterian church will speak on
the "Development of the Young Men's
Christian Association In Tulsa".
Solos will be sung by Miss Annahol
Latimer and L A. Bontloy.
Impey'i orchestra will render a
number of selections and Miss Cogs-
well will give a violin solo.
Many hours of work have been
pent by tho officials of tho Y. M. C.
A. In the collecting nnd arranging of
tho exhibits which will cover all pmUt
ratorson.N.J. " I thenk you for tha
Lydia E.Piruxhum remedies as they have
made me feel happy
and healthy. Some-
time ngo I felt so
run down had pains
in my back and side
was very irregular
tired nervous had
surh bad dreams
did not feel like eat-
ing and had short
breath. I read your
the newsnnners and
decided to try a bottle of Lydia E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound. It worked
from the first bottle so I took a second
and a third also a bottle of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Blood Purifier and now I nm
just as well as any other woman. I ad-
vise every woman single or married
who is troubled with any of the afore-
said ailments to try your wonderful
Vegetable Compound and P.lood Purifier
and I am sure they will help her to got
rid of her troubles." Mrs. Elsie J.
Vander Sande 7 Godwin Street Pet-
erson N. J
Women suffering with any form of
female ills or any symptoms that they
do not understand are invited to write
the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.
Lynn Mass. (confidential) and receive
advice wholly free of cost
of tho building nnd which deal with
every phase of tho "Y." work.
Photographs havo boon obtained
dealing with the development of tho
physical religious employment boys'
camp community eufeterla dormi-
tory social and executlvu departments.
Tho health exhibit of the central asso-
ciation at New York has been ob-
tained nnd will be put up tomorrow.
Koventy panels will bo shown and
ns each has been decorated iirtintleally
and lettered by professionals the
whole will resemble a studio exhibit
In Its appeal to the eye.
TULSA SCHOOL MAN
TO BE A SPEAKER
R. E. Oborholtzer. superintendent
of city schools has boon asked to at-
tend tho meetings of tho Oklahoma
Education association at Oklahoma
City on November 80 December 1 and
and deliver an address on "m0ii
Hrhool Legislation". Mr. Ohorlinltvn.
In planning tn go.
Prominent educators frnm
of tho outside universities have been
asked to attend nd spoak on subject
with which they aro familiar.
Among the eminent speakers to hit
present are (leorgo Ij. Htrayor pro-
feasor of nduentlniial administration at
Columbia university; Waller Althearn
lirofossoi of religious education from
lies Moines; It W. Hhryork president
of the Hunt hern Illinois Btuto Normnl
university; w. II. Ilruce president of
the North Texas Normal coll Biro T. J.
Clinics stiiln H If Mi t for rural ebnn!
nf Kentucky nml Morenre Fox pri-
mary t i. of the national Inireiin nf
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