Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 53, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 12, 1916 Page: 2 of 32
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY NOVEMBER 12 101G.
Joseph La ntr try of
(Jivon hy the
IS TO COST $200000
Sonn as I
Tin- .i I r ... h s to i)
over the Ai kuiis;n rlvi-r
Ha and Wcsl TiiIh.i will I
eph l-anini v ( f Tn Is. i.
WHS I. WII'l' 'I .It l( spe. I.il
the coillt 'immisMoncl's
"m:v im. ri.is were revived In Hi
- It ISslim Iw.lHMlV Ml'.'! awal'dci
the mntr.ict over I-' I' M i ' u ml a
"twi en Till
In lit I.) Jo.
111 ! 1 tl K . f
t litre urn nothing to Indicate
hutl ret.ched a point where fin
niriit wuii possible.
III rrlti' M ilh lii iit.
KXTi X. Nov. II The steam-
ship Ansa hie will arrive here Home
time next week lium liuenoii A. res
with a i-ai-fro ir wheat for u Fori
Worth ri nil. It Ix ruler:. tooil III.'
rarito amounts to about I.'iO.imiO
bushels. It marks the fust Importa-
tion of win-in Into the I ni'ed States
through th h port It Is not known
whether there ale to he ally flit 'l
umllar .shi I'lnenti..
Weary Willie Is on Return
Trip-Watch That Overcoat
FAMOUS DIVINE TO
VISIT HERE SOON
r In. tli .i
us .halt r.
time a m
.ii. I ii .1 1 n a e
r earth for
.i I a d i of Tnn -r
1 1 '.hi per "hiuhi n
unit i.f III hiimiHil.
a concrete base
a nl 17.0'HI
ei iit i per i uh!. v'i nl ;
yards o surface Inn.
for $J per Kiiiie v:ih1.
iVt of concrete vl'lewalk
I lie I . nti
vn i : I.'
( 'i r..i
for fl mi
nil. h' vards
n i'ii t for 1"
1.0(0 ".pi. in
fur 15 ii'ioi per ..iii.ite foot: S.l""
lineal feet of concrete curhinir at i0
cents per lineal foo; kix i iti Ii I' inn-
and KialliiKH for :I0H; i.mi llmal feet
f eon rete K' nu h pipe at !I0 n ills
1'i-r lineal foot. I ml 1 1 1 1 . I feet f ak
lirtrdcts In pl.no at 1: rents per lineal
Cost to It- st.'iiii.niiii.
The cost of the luiilue wt'h tin ap-
1 rem Ill's Mill lie . I J r i V i 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 I Jjllll.
Ii. '0. I'nrt of thin In for a rii'ht of.
Wnv on the west side of the hruli;'
x. Inch the rountv was i'oinpelle to
t'lihstrii.'tion of the ;ii-i!iiii hi s will
utart us soon us ;ii..simi.i i fitiiiu'
to Iiiu-'rv Tin- I ri'li'e piopi'i will
lc i-i nipli'ie.l ...f.ir. tli.' :iu In !
i't'll the I'l'llle stricture vv 1 1 1 probably
.e reach f.r tr.iffn- alu.rt I'el.nril) 1
i f next i r
v. Andreas Hard of Kan-
sas City May Accept
Itevetenil Andrea Hard 1). I)
pastor ot the First KtiKllsh Iaitheriin
hiin h of Kansas City will prearh
at t tie Lutheran ehtireh ot lulsa at
th services Sunday Noveniher 111
lli; has lieell nffereil the local pan-
With Advent of Cold Weather
' fins tt) J 'ester
Army of rneiiiloye(l D
Vll.1.1 II s
; i m i:v lot ri ii
Millll'W llel'i Nol lln i ii Hold
( the Mai of liinaiiuo Mcl.i.
.TI.Ai Ii' CITV N Nv 1 -Villa
is now somen here ..n the mitli-ri-n
border of the state of I hum iL ...
Mexico southwest it the Cair.iiua
luniv n nt to iiipture him ami Ins fol.
lowers aeeoi.liim to npoits lei.i lilm;
Mil' Amertiilll lllelllhel.i r the MeVI-
' hi Vinerii nn loint inston
I llese repol Is St .- lh.it till.
O.timii.a it t ii i v was iiioih: n
v.ml lhr.i v:h Ivs. rflon na
Ii . 1 . 1 1 Ti tr a ilash tlute l.y mown
foi'i'i' Hotithw.inl fr im I'm il On
inoii ii i in ii trails townr.l imranKn
I'roiness of the eaiupalun in the
tinftheiti part of Mi j o was ili.n iisseil
utaln to I. iv v tl.e oiiiMu-.Moni i i hut
HKI) ANMHtKAS HAItll
itri1 l.ntlirinn I'lisler wtm will pre i tt
Hie li.ral 'huri'h f llml fullll lull Sin.ilnv
.iii.I hn mi tri-fi'l tilt ttlrKte lii-re
tm ate hy the eonirretfRtlon horn anil
while he is one of the ereaiest taith-
ei.in pastors in Amerii'a he lias
promise to mvi' a iletiinte answer
to thuir pioposal iliiniii; his hru-f
visit lure lie will anive in Tulsa
Keereml llalil'H sutijeet next Siltl-
ilav llloi nllii; w'lll he "I ( resist ihle
v. . i s
Christianit v" iiml for
seiAit'e. "Shipi Thai
; hvei .-
ereliil I tli lit will he reuielli.
for his ton efnl aililiess ile-
I at the annual Memoriai ilav
s of i he lo. al IimIkk of I'llks
nveiition hall two ears a?"
not ouh- a man with a rn-at
hut Is an orator of unusual
talent an well an a writer of note.
With the advent of enoler weather
the people of Tulsa may expert the
ailvanee nuaril of the army of Weury
Vllllen who hie themmlvrH to the
minnier anil poulherly climes of the
KUlf ports where the longest fliiKers
of old KIiik Cold rannot penetrate.
And with thin expectation u hit of
precaution mis' lit well lie mixed the
Mtiantttv and quality to he JuiU'ed ly
the decree of nafety one would feel
for his fur-lined overcoat the heavy-
soled shoeH arid ttilnxs edltile whieh
would come in handy if they felt Into
the ha mis of the aeekers-of-no-work-and-Nafer
cominuriltie.s in which to
spend I he hlunket montha
It In not always the nlnht prowler
wliii will duprlve you of your heav
iest wcuriiig apparel should yuu think
it safe In u I'loset or cedar chest even
MhotiKh the front door be lucked and
the key well hidden hencuth the door
mat when vo'l left the home for u
call or tiusiness trip downtown.
tine of the oldest tricks of the pro-
fession sieknm' a livmK and no work
is to ko In partnership with the
small hoy of the house who happens
to he returuinK from school Just as
Weary appears on the scene. The
tramp If lie helieves that his visit
will pay him approaches the lad
and knowing that the door Is lucked
informs the lad that he is a meter
reader or some other mechanic. The
hanilhai; he carries would serve the
purpose of currying away the (iiar-
ters or holilinn the kit of tools lint
it also would prove satisfactory In
carrying' away a iiahllty of clothing
He t.i'ts Itusy Then.
Tho hoy is asked to furnish the
key and even though he accompany
the mail to the meter or place; where
the wli'lnK is in need of repairs a
siihterfiiKe is easily found to have
the hoy hiiHK an loo pick or some-
thing tli.it will take him tn another
part of the house. It is during this
Interval that Weary nets In his work.
A not hi t -si unt. and one that works
successfully In a nuiiihcr of instuncuH
Is the huyiiiK up of keys from boys
of a neighborhood. Five cents each
will bring in a. score of keys from
the kinds of one neighborhood prints
are taken of them and then they
if course the keys are numbered to
cortespoiid to the house to which
tiny givo entrance anil the tramp is
supplied with as many keys as he
wants hy the use of a saw anil file
or a knife blade or spoon handle.
A note on a door addressed in
particular to the milk man informing
In in that the key is ill tho mail box
may be read hy a tramp.
Several mornniK papers thrown on
the front porch Is an indication to
tlie tiamp that the family is not at
home Ilis visit during the day or
night Is not apt to be disturbed.
An icebox on the back porch
where the cold weather takes tho
place of the customary piece of Ice
in the chest is tempting to the vis-
itor wlin seeks only something to eat.
Hut the tramp who will not work
and does not even attempt to seek
work is an oh! head nt the game.
And having studied the game he
takes notice of each little indication
which would benefit him in seeking
clothing or food without tho owners'
consent. The better these indica-
tions are eliminated the better tho
chances that you will not he both
ered or the victim of sonic Weary
WOMEN TO MEET
State Conference of Y. W.
C. A. Will lie Held at
Sii'ci&l to The Wurlu.
OIIK'KASIIA Oklu. Nov. H. A
tutu conference lor tho Young Wom-
en's Christian association of the in-
stitutions of learning In Oklahoma
will be held in Chtrktisha November
H-li nt tho Oklahoma College for
Wonirn. The opninK sesaion of the
conference will he at o'clock l'Ytday
evening in the college auditorium. A
bcai.tiful pageant entitled "The Spirit
of Sisterhood" will be iieented by
the (I ('. W. association. This will be
followed by Introductions of delegates.
The Saturday sessions will consist of
atld'-cssc ami a consideration of. thu
technicalities of st'.nlent association
work. The Sunday session'' will be
devoted largely to missionary and
other religions Interest. The leaders
and speakers of the confetence will
be as follows Vrof. Frank feay of the
theological faculty of Southern Meth-
odist university will give two addresses
on Paliirdnv on "Christian Funda-
mentals" and wi'l Preach the confer-
ence sermon on Sunday morning. Miss
Leslie i'.liinchard of Sew Vork city
one of the two i.tudi ut specialist;! oi
the national board of the Younr Worn
en's Christian association will glvi.
several addresses. Miss F.dith "Way
W ell.t of I'l.ihidclphia returned se re-
tiry troin Tlents n China will speak
.n'"T'io Interest in the Work Which
the Y. W. C. A. is Doing In the
orient". Miss M.irgnet He Stuart stu-
den ..ecretarv of the southwestern
field committee will conduct the tech-
nical hour 4 :ind assist all the way
through the conference. Miss Abbir
lirahini town and counHy wcretiiry
uf the nouthwestern field ommlttee.
will also be present when Minn Mabel
K. Stallord executive and Mrs. John
M Manna chairman southwestern
field committee will preside over the
r.ur'e delegations are expected from
Ihe state universities the state not mat
schools denominational colleges sev-
eral high schools and a nun. her of the
Indian ichools The students who will
gather at chlckasha din ing these days
will icpreseiit the spirit of tho great
ii u rt u
you how t
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ; 1 1 1
can take eai'e
of vou. no
vou wish to Im v we have
Our (apat hy has heen
are receiving new goods
seen our store latch. we
H's. We will surprise vou.
difTerencc how tasty
the goods to pleast
greatly enlariied and we
daily and ii' you have not
invite you to call and see
We call easily show
vou are or how ceo-
voil. We are very Imisv
piittiiiir out irootls. We have a lai'gt
Sl'!l' I CI' and courteous treatment
' force (we all woi
when you step into
Our fine line of Wilton
K'ugs are in rich colorings
and beautiful designs.
Visit our earpet depart-
ment and he convinced
that we are low in price
on high-grade rugs.
We are proparctt
to maUe all kinds
of wimlow ilrap-
cries. We carry a
full lino of ma
Lace Net and Drapery Fabrics
of all kinds.
On Main at Fourth
of High Grade O 9 coats
awaits You Here
at the Palace
This season wrvhave made extraordinary preparations
in our overcoat department. Better assortments to
ehoose from better values and better overcoats than
is to be found in any store in Oklahoma.
Grade O' coats
Society Brand O9 coats
for Young Men
The best styles and finest fabrics produced by these
famous clothes makers are to be found here.
$20 $22.50 $25 $28.50 $30 $35 $38.50
$40 $45 and $50
ftwtoty Brand ffibrllpa
We show Overcoats Raincoats and Priestly
Gaberdine Coats at $15 $18 $20 to $25 .
that are exceptional values '
worid-wi-li; student movement. They
will receive inspiration for a lui'itcr
and more effective wotk whvn they to
biicit to th.; associations in their own
I'l "'.ar'itoi'v Trniniiii; Course.
Tl.e preparatory course for the
training of secretaries in the Yihink
Women's Christian associations will
be cond'icted by the southwestern
field committee at iu headquarters
Oallas Texas December i-yl. Lec-
turer will bo given daily by specialists
of the national board. table studv
classes w ill be rot'dncted by l'rof. Paul
Kern of the theological faculty of
Sunt horn Methodist university. Miss
F.thi l Klliot of Tulsa and Miss Cora
Co.'; of (iklihouia City will lie two of
the students who will take this course
SAILS WI'IIIOIT II IS IWSSPOKT
Anion 'an Aviator Denied I'lipcr.
Iti'tuills to Kiii-laud.
M'.W Y(i;l. Nov. 1 1.- Theodore
Marbui'K who was refused a passport
by the state department to return to
IJiiKlnnd as an American citizen on
the i: rounds that he had forfeited his
citraenship by etilisltnir in the royal
flylnif corps of Knuland left here to-
day for Falmouth on the steamship
Noordaiii without the citizenship doc-
uments. Mai hut ; recently returned to the
('tilled States to recuperate niter hav-
itiK lost n U'K In. the Hritish service
lie intends to resume flyiiiK us a
member of the royal corps. After
the war he ndded he will take up tho
miner of having his American citizen-
AKOI.Ml WOltl.l) 1 1(7
William aid Mary Periou
I low about your
vou w ant Tor t he
room suites in niahoiranv. walnut and oak.
your dining room suite? just what
have a nice line of period dining
Blankets Comforts and Pillows
line of heddintr Ul
if the best iiiality.
and cotton and a
I 1 r N ii - I "i.' i..'1 r
1 I e i. I l 1 1
We have just installetl a new
electric machine cutting ta-
bles and t harts in our drapery
department ;lso a fine line of
tapestries .ilks ami heavy
drapery materials Ivr portieres.
No kitchen range
has ever pleased
I h e housewife
like the Ouh
Meal. They are
even bakers and
last a lifetime.
They range in
JEIIji mil;!; ;;.-4 iV v.lJja:uijX
k '.:::.'.'.'.: "I'l 11
II This One Is U
Student Visits obscure
mi tile (.lobe.
i.AWHKNCK. Kan. Nov. 11. !'ol-
lowii.K two years spent at sea on the
noniiii-'grnetlc vessel CarYiPKie Ittal
Luke a Kansas university graduate of
1H14 leturned yesterday for a month's
visit in Ijuvrence. Situe leavintr. Im-
tnedlutely following Kraduation. i.tike
j has traveled around the world in 117
' days and between tltnej has visited
obscure points on the iflobo almost
i from the north to south pole. A trip
: lo Iceland w-:w one o lie first taken
j by the Carnevfi' which wa. ptiacd in
innkiiiK a tniiKnctlc survey of the
world ttndiY 'he direction of the Cnl-
j nenie tounilation. Iaike was phvsieist
aiioard the yacht recording the im-
portant scientific iliservations.
WIl'K OF KXVOY
C(iNTINI'KI) 1KOM PARE DN'E
Iniule it known that he had in his pos
session the papers which today
bi oii(;ht n limit his arrest one letter
I which he exhibited was to the
j countess von Hernstorff from her son.
inn officer In the German army lie
said accordintr to statements made by
fulcra I officials tonight that he had
! other letters that would prove "em-
I harinssliiK" for the countess should
I they be published.
Th official dispatches were said to
I ho useless to him for the reason that
! lie could not decipher them. He Is
nlleR-ed to have asked for $3000 in
cash if he delivered the papers lie
also is nllcfted to have asked l'rince
llatzfcldt to prepare and siKn a state-
I mi'iit that the money had been paid
(for services rendered the German
I lovei nment.
! Kmhassy officials said Graves
threatened to turn over sonio ot- the
I documents to federal officials If the
J:i."00 was not forthcoming. k
l'rince llatzfcldt comniiitilcatod
with the district attorney's office here
ly soon as Graves left this office. This
InornliiK Graves telephoned the em-
bassy nml reiiuesteil an appointment
with l'rince llatzefeldt at his home.
A few flouts Inter he arrived there
and conversed with the counsellor for
l.a'f an hour teic federal agent was
hiding behind a door In the room.
Judge the GRAFONOLA by Comparison
with all otjicr makes of talk-
i ri lniK'liint's ami your ulti-
mate choice will ha the COL-
t is not r-noiifrh to know that
the Cnlunibin Orafonola is the
only nitisical instrument with
the roxTixrors avooden
TONE CHAMBER whieh
rives the mellow vibrant reso-
nant tones to reeords played
upon it instead of the harsh
screechy melalie sounds where
Ihe iron tone chambers are
used us in other makes of talk-
It is not I'liotifrh to know that
this is mi exclusive Grafonola
feature as is also the perfect
tone-control system. AVe re-
peat that it is not enonph to
just know these things YOIT
MI'ST ACTUALLY HEAR
AND COMPARE THE (iRAF-
ONOLA WITH OTHER MA
CHINES OF EQUAL OR HIGHER PRICE BEFORE YOU
CAN FULLY REALIZE HOW THESE EXCLUSIVE FEA-
TURES MAKE THE GRAFONOLA EXCEL IN THE TALK-
ING MACHINE FIELD.
EASY TERMS IF DESIRED
DARROW MUSIC CO.
lua-iii EAST THIKD 5T. PHONE 616
JJOTir SIDES CLAIM
SUCCESS IN SOMME
UcttrtmnW Aim J
i'clcbrate 1 bi t ion.
XOKMAX Okla. Nov. 11 Headed
by the 1'niverslty of Oklahoma band
the merchants of this city parnded
here tonight rclehrntinu tho re-elec-tleii
of rtesldent Wnodrow Vllson.
One thousand university students
were In the parade rnrrying banners
with such slogans as "four more years
of peace and prosperity."
(ONTl.N'LKLl FKO.M 1'AtiK OSK
tinucs. rctrogrid repotUi the occu-
pation of two more towns along the
Danube between lllrsova and 'fchcr-
navod.i. A belated official rcrairt
from Sofia admits entente successes
hut llerlin continues to report no
change in the area under V icld .Mar
shal von Mackcnsen's control. I'n-
offuiilly It is reported von .Macken-
sen has been driven buck to the rail-
I :oth the Austro-Ger.nar.s and luis-
sian.i claim snccessfs along the Ru-
manian frontier south of l'redeal.
llerlin records an advance lor Arch-
duke Charles while Bucharest claims
the capture of a trcncli near liragos-
l.tvle. and of Mount Krurtzilo on the
left bank of the Alt river.
Kencw l ighting.
Official icpnrts Indicate a renewal
of activity on the Macedonian front
north or the l.erna river houth or
1'olor licrlin says the entente troops
have gained some ground.
KN.'ept for a small Italian ndvnncfi
on the Carso there has been no tie-
tivity of moment on the Italian front.
The American steamship Columbian
lr- believed to liavip been sunk says an
Announcement made. In London by
Lloyds shipping agency. On Wednes-
day it was reported from London that
the Columbian was sending out wire-
less tails fcr help sayinir she was be-
ing helled by a submarine. The
steamer Is owned by the Atncric.m-
llnwiiiian Steamship company of New
Lot It and carries a crew of. 113 men
but no pTssengers.
IX TULSA; MAY-
rOXTINTED FKOM PAOK OVE
McCu'louKh has no objection to It.
Two of the defeated candidates In the
justice of the peace contests have for-
mally applied to the election board
THE NEW HOME
STANLEY & McCUNE
415 South Boulder
for n recount. Several other races
were so close that a fifty or one hun-
dred vote chnnso would chmifre tho
rerun. The two candidates for as-
sessor are tied and both favor a re-
ccunt. In precinct No. 10. citv of Tulsa IS
stniicht Republican ballots were not
counted it Is claimed because of an
oversight. They were counted on
state office.! but not on county of-
fices m precinct No 111 a total of 17
ballots were declared Invalid be.aiiso
they had heen marked with pencil In-
stead of a rubber stamp. Tho votert
who cast these ballots claim that no
nil ber stamps w ere available nnd
they were forced to use a pencil. ' Five
Hepubllcan ballots In precinct No. 1!
were thrown out for the same reason.
Secretary Kenton of the election
hoard Is said to hRve ruled himself
that bnllotg marked with a pencil
were vnlid. The rullntr was niado
when sevtral ballots that had been
mnrked In this manner were received
hy registered mnll.
Similar discrepancies have been re
ported from precinct Nos. 9. 11. I
nnd 2 and from severnl voting bluc
In the country.
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