Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 53, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 12, 1916 Page: 3 of 32
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COL. DOUGLAS GETS
TITLE FROM FRANCE
Is Made Mi'inlirr of Acad-
emic Society of Inter-
World Famous Historians
Included in Honorary
In a letter from Paris received last
Wednesday ("ill. Clarence 1J. liouglas
secretary of the Chamber of Com-
merce wan contained an invitalion
to become a member of the Academic
Society of International History which
is u world-famous organization and
ranks us hluu In its historical sphere
uh the From h academy docs in
litei ature. '
The Invitalion anil description of the
medal which members receive Is Kiven
In the following words:
"Tho president of the Academic
Society of International History of-
ficer of the It Kion of honor and the
memhers of tho committee proitent
their compliments to you anil have
the honor of informing ypu thnt yon
have heen proposed as u member with
diploma ii nil badge.
"The badge nf tho society is n gold
tnetlal bearing the effigy of tho French
republic on one side and on the re-
verse side a laurel crown surrounded
hy the following Inscription: Academic
Society of the French Itepuhllc.
Suspended by Itiliboii.
"The budge Is suspended by a
golden ribbon with rosette bearing the
colors of the I'niversity of I'aris whieli
lire also the colors of the society viz
blue red and violet."
Colonel Douglas has decided to nc-
pect the invitation to the membership
of the society and will have his name
written in the same list with such
members as II. 1!. II. Helen of Franco
duchess of Aoste; 11. It. M. Pierre of
Serbia; II. 1!. II. duchess of Veudome;
II. IX. H. I'rinetss Marie of llreeee;
11. it. II. count of lilllse; II. H II.
count of f'nserte and II. H. II. Siso-
Wat h of Oambodge.
Colonel Douglas has spent much
time in the study of the curly history
of the I'cnblo Indians antl has writ-
ten many articles which hate appeared
from timo to time in various maga-
zines on their manner of living. It
was due to his great Interest in them
thnt ho was taken Into the trlbo and
niado a chief ill their councils.
An Ijnbiyo Humorist.
Mrther (coining from pantry I:ob.
ert. did yon pick all tho white me it
off this chicken?
Mohhy Well ma to make a clean
hrcrod. of It. I did
Look out it's
The old family remedy -In tnblrt
lonn-aiife sure ens' to take. NJ
opintcs-no unplrasmit idur-?iictfc
Cures colds In U hiiunr-Gnp in 3
davs. M. ncy batk it It f"-h Oct
t!i genuine Is'X with Ked 109 unil
Mr tiilt's picturo on it-25 ccati.
At Any Druf Stora
Safe and Stare U
What to Do for Eczema
Ortaiy salves and ointmcnli should
not be applied if good clfar skin is
wanted. 1'rtim any druggist for 25c or
$1.00 for extra large size get a bottle
of zemo. W hen applied as directed it
effectively removes eczema quickly
stops itching and heals skin troubles
also sores bums wounds and chafing.
It ' penetrates cleanse and soothes.
Zemo is a clean dependable and inex-
pensive penelratiriK antiseptic liquid.
Try it M we believe nothing you have
ever used is as effective and satisfying.
Tli K. W Km Co. ClevtUnJ O.
PLIES CUBED AT HOME BY
NEW ABSORPTION METHOD.
If yon suffnr from bleeding itching btind
or protruding Piles send me your addrflm
nd I will Lfll you how to cure yourself at
home hy the new absorption treatment; and
will alio eind tome of this borne treatment
free for trial with reference! from your own
locality if requeued. Veere report itnmdi-
ftte relief and anpedy cure. Send no money
hit Ml otheri of thu offor. Write today to
Mri. M. Summen Box V South HcnJ. !nd.
CHICHESTER S PILU
bUlitUr Ulamonl Brund
Ilia la ltr ud UoU Bonir
. 'Ill la Kr and iioU muii(cVi
bom tNl4 ak Bin Rlbboa.
Takt alkar. Hit af top
IUMOND OBANO IULUL Ut !
wall B-u Elicit Alalys HtlialK
SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
IADIES! $1003 REWARD OT"t
wv inat SuccatifDl "Monthlr" Compound
taft-lr reliotsa iiini of tha lotifeit moil
ohatinats abnormal caaa la I to 5 da;.
tin tiariD. Dain or lnterferenca wltb work.
tlall 1 RO. Douhla atrmglh 12 Bosklat
fr. Wrltt today. T. W. 8oothlnginn
Ketntdr "ai a. - aa
WILSON TURNS BACK
TO HIS NOTESTAGAIN
SITTATlOX (.ItOWINU Ol'T OK
(slIiM vkim: u tivitii s hk.
t (Miii:i o l it.
l)Miili t Is Kelt for It I ivarvd tier-
ninny Will Not t.lvo li
VASII!NiTi Nov. 10. A com-
plete summary of the situation grow-
ing out of recent activities of (icrimin
submarines Is being prepared at tho
state department for submission to
President Wilson on his return to
Washington Sunday. While officials
are not inclined to discuss the sub-
ject In its present stage they admit
Informally that the outlook Is more
disturbing than it has been at nny
time since the sinking of the channel
official Information still Is Incom-
plete In ull the cases hcing investl-
gattd by the department Including
those of the Hrltisli passenger liner
Arabia and the Hrttlsh freighter Mi-
rlna on which six Amerh ans lost
their lives. Hcports from British
sources have said that both ships were
torpedoed without warning.
The American embassy ut Herlln
tns Instructed last week to ask the
German f' reign office for its version
of the sinking of the Marina.
Aside from the specific causes about
which Inquiry is beint? made disquiet
has t een ci used here hy the general
sweep submarine warrure nan taseu
i recently. Officials fear that the sub-
! marines are operating on such a scale
and under such conditions that it may
i be Impossible for them to avoid en
dangering Americans illegally.
AT FOOTBALL GAME
Yee-for-All Takes I'lace Wlien I. Mile
Kuril High Turns (inat Loose
on Uic IVIil.
i.titi.k hock nv. in. a fiee-
for-all ftKht which ussiimed the pro-
portions of a riot and necessitated the
cnllihK of the police to stop It marked
the annual football pine between
Little Itock hich school and l.ittlo
Rock college at the Southern le:iuo
baseball park here today. The affair
started when the hinh school rooters
lid upon the field a Koat decorated
with the college colors. The college
supporters attempted to secure posses-
sion of the neat and the battle was on.
Several were Injured but none seri-
ously. The hiuti school fans retained
the Boat and their foolball team won
the inline ! to 0.
MAD COW BITES
Arc All Kiislicd to Utile Kork From
( lib kalab to Take Treatment
- lor Hydrophobia.
LITTI.K UiH'K Nov. 10. Seven
residents of I'bii kalah Veil county
were brouKht Ik re to tako the Fas-
ti ur treatment for hydrophobia to-
day. All seven were infected from the
saliva of a cow thai had been bitten
by a mad dog. Kxaminatioii of the
cow's head showed that the animal
t.ain Now (round.
ItOMK via London Nov. 10.
(!j:.l') p. m.) Some new pround has
been trained by the Italians on the
Carso plateau uuain.sl tho Austrian
lines defendin the region north of
TrliMt the war office announced to-
day. Advances by the Italians on the
northern sector where the lino hah
been straightened out at several places
and thirty prisoners captured is re-
ported. Doivt worry abouiyour stin
cleared mine completely
Many and many a girl hag a clear
liealtliy complexion today because soma
Iriend came to her with that sound ad-
vice. Ucsinol Soap not only is delight-
fully cleansing and refreshing but its
daily use reduces the tendency to pim-
ples.offsets many ill-effects of cof melics
and gives nuturet chance she needs to
make red rough skins white and soft.
11 the akin la in bad shape through Deflect or im-
proper treatment a litlle Keainol Ointment ahould
at first be uied with the Resinrl Srap to hasten tho
return In normal conditions. Resinol Soap and Res.
tnol Ointment are sold br all druggists. For Irea
samples write to Dept. S-N Resinol lUltimore Md.
Get at the Real Cause Tako Dr.
Edwards Olive Tablets
That's what thousands of stomach
sufferers are doing now. Instead of
taking tonics or trying to patch up a
poor digestion they are attacking the
real cause of the ailment clogged liver
and disordered bowels.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets arouse
the liver in a soothing healing way.
When the liver and bowels are per-
forming their natural functions away
goes indigestion and stomach troubles.
If you have a bad taste in your
mouth tongue coated appetite poor
lazy don't-care feeling no ambition or
Anarm tmihlA4 UMth linrll'cre Stffl fooHt.
you should take Olive Tablets the sub
stitute for calomel.
Dr. Edwards' Ulivt uwe are
purely vegetable compound mixed with
olive oil. You will know them by their
olive color. They do the work without
griping cramps or pain.
-Take one or two at bedtime for quick
relief so you can eat what you like.
At 10c and 25c per box. All druggists.
MEETS HIS DEATH
I J 1 it.V J
Captain Iloelk thu famous Lici-
111 an atlator has been killed ac-
CordlnK to a Herlln dispatch received
by Heater's Telemam company by
way of Amsterdam. A collision with
another aeroplane on Saturday dur-
ing" a battle in the air not the shot of
a French or HritlMi aviator brought
down his machine within the (ierii nn
lines. Lust Friday Captain Hoeil-.e
shot down his fortieth aeroplane lio
was probably the most sklllull avb.-
lor of any army in the war. t'ei-
t.iinly he was most successful in
briimliiK down hostile aeroplanes. A
I'aris paper reported on October 1
that Captain Hoclke hail been severely
Wounded by a shell from a French
antiaircraft Ktin hut 011 October Hi
the Herman oftu ial statement said be
bad brouKht down this t hirty-sct er.t h
find tbli ly-clhth aeroplanes lie was
reported in June to have been killed
because a ilerinan aviator wealing a
yellow scarf and drlviHK a jclhui
plane as Itoelko did had been
hrniiKht down between the Hues mar
Verdun. Corporal Victor Chapman
the fust of the American atlatois
villi the French army to be kilU-u
was killed by Captain I'.oclke.
LI-ITS (MOT HACK
TO NATION NOW
(as rivi i:n
I'lti'M I'Alit: XK
i'!l:m t'lulli cnliinrt
election. They caa
' .iiunient official:
I I leniiicrats. lie will
l't p tl t II I J I'S.
I'l'lllv to llulHI at
them until bis in hp
1 to Wiisliiimt hi.
illcr his arrival with .Mm.
Mi.ns Varii.iri't 1 1 .si n anil
Miss Ihhii Winnlrow il.ncK. Ins
cuii.-in tin- prrsMiMii "rut 10 ri.
.Iiihr.'s I'rcitfst.iut Kplsi-np.il churi'li
to aid nil tho I'liriWfiiinir. The fam-
ily pally n.ilc tin' l I1I01 1h to tho
rhuich in Ml iiiit'iiiiohili'. Tin- lialiy
l liltl iMintiuuuusly. IumuIu tho chun h
only a f' iul liuiitu triiunls of .'lis.
Kuyru witni ssi il tho vi'iuony.
Am olid nf the K'ldlathcsi s of t tin
liuhy 1'ri'hiilri.t Wiltion promlsm! in
thi' iiaini! of the ysiM to "ri'iioimi-u
tho ilovil 11r.1l all IiIh works". Tin.' othor
itoclfalhi.r was lli-y. .Iaiiu.s .M. Savri
hrotlu r of Frai cli H Sayro. Tho
(jod 1110I hers niuo Minx Maruaret Wil-
son Mrs. V. (3. .MrAiloo. hor sister
Misi Illanche Nnvin aunt of lr.
H-iyri" anil Mrs. 11. II. Sayre nothtr
of Mr. Sayio.
I'oniKlit !lu' f.unlly had dinnor to-
ri ther ut tin? Sayru home. Tho prcsl-
ilont will remain here until lata to-
morrow afternoon and then will ra-
lurn to Washington where ho la duo
to arrive Sunday niwht.
Quiet for How IjOh?
KI 1'ASH Nov. lu. I'usseniivr
iraiiiH iiriivcl hero tonight from I'hi-
hi. ahun "it v with approximately four
hum'iid Mexleati ia-ss.ni;i:rs. fully
0110 Ameriran erosst-il t.) the Aiio'iii an
sid . lie ri.uoited vorvthliiR ipiict in
('hlhu.ihuu Cty but said tho fear of a
inulii y was MiU yeneral tlieie Ho was
the lily foreigner Unowa to have ai-
livi'd. 1 1 K 1 . A J I IM A t'lTY. Nov. 10
Official lfiturnH rne"ived ly the
I Hliite olertlon hoiird today from
I ir counties Khow that In these
i President Wilson reeelvert 4aSK9
1 votes unil lluifhes 2').2iil ulvlmr
I the iiresldent a plurality of 20.-
t (i'l'S in the sunlit counties Camp-
i ball ltussdl Deinoctat for loin;
torm of corporation commission
i received -1 3 . '. H 7 iiud Frank I'ai lc-
i lnson. I'.epiil licun liiil-lS 14 i i 11
I Russell i lead of I7.:n-J.
Women Need No!
Worry or Suiter
lVmlnine Ailment Once Considered
Serious Now I'aslly oiiiueiod
unil .speedily Klldiil.
The mlshty restorative power of
Dr. J'lerru'H Kavoritu Prescription
bltedily causes all womanly troubles
to disappear -compels tho organs to
properly perform their natural fuuo-
tionu correc ts displnci nioiits ovor-
comug Irregularities removes pain
and misery at certain times ana brliu'.s
back health and strenjfth to nervous
irritable anil exhausted women.
It la a wonderful prescription pre
pared only from natures roots
herbs with no alcohol to fa'sely slim-
ulatn and no narcotics to wreck the
tho nerves. It banishes pains head-
ache backache low spirits hot
flashes dniKKlnir down t nns.'ition
worry and sleeplessness surely and
without loss of tlmo.
Why should any woman continue to
worry to lead a miserable existence
wht n certain help Is nt hand '
What lr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-
ncriptlon has rlono for thousands It
will do for you. Oct It this very day
from any medicine dealer In cither
liquid or tablet form. In the mean-
time address Dr. Pierce Invalids Ho-
tel. Buffalo N. Y. and simply write
"Pear Doctor: Please send we with-
out ehark'e further Information" nnd
you will receive tho advice of a Phy-
sician Specialist absolutely free. 136
page book on women's diseases sont
EVery woman should be careful that
the liver Is active nd the poisons are
not allowed to clou the system g-et
rid of these poisons by taking a vege-
table laxative occasionally suoh ni
Dr. Tierce's Pleasant PelloU. They
do not gripe and will not harm tho
most delicate system.
Dr. Flerce'g relicts clear the complexion.
FUNERAL OF TULSA
MAN COMES SUNDAY
Sot-vires Tor l. K. Park-
burst to Io Hold at Late
1 he funeral services for l:eiihon K.
PurkhuiHt will h( held Sunday after-
noon nt 3 o'i lock ft inn the lata rl-
deiue of the deceased North
C'hnyentie. Itnrial will occur at Hose
Hill eciucti Ty.'
LOVERS OF WINTER
WILL BE GLAD NOW
Id pillar Itil.aiil N ( onilo
duller .Men; Is on lis
Wl'el'c Is the man win K.ld during
the warm mild days of last week that
ho wished winter would huirv up'
Spci k tip for his wish :s alauit to he
l'art of tho ethics of every news-
paper Is to do all m .ts power to pro-
tect its readers. With this 111 mind
a little tip Is herewith submitted. lot
out the oveicoals ami blankets.
Homo time tonight or tomorrow
incmlng tho temperature is irolnir to
tumble. A cold wave Is c 11 the way
end tho thermometer will be at 20
dOKlees ur lower uoooi'dit'k to Ih"
overiimeiit weather forecast.
The heavy rains the early part of
this w eek won' of liiiiiieasin aid" bone-
lit t(. the fanners. founty larin
I lemonsi rator Kar'ihcart says that 'he
wheat in all pails of the coi.nty Is In
excellent condition as a result of the
MEET TO DISCUSS
illcos 'I a Kill!; load In Cnthotli
l.niloaioi' Will I 01 10 I'lans lit
'. nf t'. Today.
public meetinu to discuss tile need !
nf a giow hospital in I '.l a w ill be 1
held at :t oVIoeU ioiiioiiow afternoon I
11 Hie fhainl'er of I'omiiieice ro.iun. 1
Several plontiiieio citi. vis l.to tit K I tl x
till lead ill 01 ualli '.ill.; '.oe 111.0 i lnelil
for tb" iiislltiilioii and It Is assured
that the iio etiiisr Sunday wll Ibc larwi'-!
Sitsors of :i ratlmlic erdi'r now nrui.
iiuliiK a hosptal In Wichi.a Nan. have
been in Tulsa this week lool in over I
Hie situaliei. and "oiifei-rint' with lo-
cal phvsicil lis They ili so to lilllbl
Hie finest hospital ill Oklahoma 111
this 1 ity If they reccno sulliileiil en-
coiirai'cmept. MUST FORK OVER
A EUILDING FEE
(iinlriiotors On IVilcrai I'.mliilnu Are
t.lven Wai-nim: lv ('My
The contractors who are hulluliiN
Tulsa's new po-doff co at the coiner
i f Third and Iboihb r must pi v sub-
stanilal fees lo Hie eby for loilldtir'
lnsnfcllon and the original permit the
ellv eoiniulssioii decided e: tetilay.
It is claimed by ti e cunt 1 actors that
when consti iictlon work on the :i '". -(1011
structure was bcKiin the city at-
torney then ill offleo told them that
all fees would hi waived bv the city
in view if the fact thai It was a fed-
eral htilldiiiK- For this reason a huild-
lliir 'a ruilt was never Issued.
The eomiulssion yesterday author-
ized Assistant t'iiy Attorney Woodard
to rollei 1 the fees unless Hie builders'
eotora t w ith tho irovt rnmeiit makes
I hem evempt from liulldlni; fees.
TWAS GOOD WIND
FOR THE NEWSIES
Yiiiinu Slrect Mi'idiants ltcaiiie( l.oL
Ait Money On Sale of I I'-o
Hon 1a Has.
It Is dntiblful if tho election tiuanl
iiuue to any persons In Tulsa than
the nevvsbovs. Handsome sums vveio
made hy practically every newsio dur-
ing the' las' three das.
None of the hoys who sold the ex-
jlras end b't" editions made less man
-( a day on l uisiiay coio'soay ano
Thursday. Si vera! avoraKod J I D a
dav and two 12 for each of the tbrco
Own.: to the Intense rxcit rinent
every edition sold rapidly and bos
nctie'railv disposed of all tin ir papers
a few minutes after rooelvtni; them.
in. hi. i
this r'f riijorator
" hy .so ?"
"It has a cn.t
drawer for a plot
(.TO P. rAri'KMT SONM)
fn.uidiirtl Oil Subsidiaries.
Itm nf-.sT tusi-r i
i 2 7
! !;"!;' VA'.'.l
Now V'rk Trnnvit ....
I'ruiriii I'iie I.ino
Si'iiili I'onn 'hi
Kooth Wiii 1'i-mi. Pioa
H. O. of rliloriu SSS
S. 0. of Indiana 800
S O o( KiMiaan SHO
H. 0. ot Kcnturkr "1
S O o Ni hraakn '21
9 0. of Nw Jeraoy 1S5
S. 0. of New York 38
Swnn k Kincii tl&
Tnloo Tank 9
Vacuum Oil 86ft
Wt'hiinton Oil 40
International Pet 11
CIHm Rrrrlot Oorp 8I
CodB Oil i flaa Con . .
Co.dfn Oil A Oaa pfrL . .
Olrla. Prml R(
Muiknj-a Kefininc ....
Vldwwl Oil . . .
Bin-UIr Oil & Keflninf
ON HIGHWAY CASE
Kvitlonoe All Taken in In-
junction Suit Against
MAY DECIDE SOON
Two Dawson Citizens Are
Fight inn to Stop Work
on Fai t Ozark Trail.
Toe liiluuction suit for the purpose
of stopping work on the Ozark trail
east of the city was taken under ad-
visement by JiiiIk'c 111 11 k iiirldm' alter
the trial In superior court yesterday.
In the meantime the teinK.iary re-i
HtralnliiK order strained by judno
l'.reckini idue remains in effect.
The suit was brouKht asuilnst the
boaial of coutity coiiiiiiisHloners by 1 'r.
J. A. Jackniau and W. I Icdnecock. :
both of whom reside at Dawson. For
some time Dawson citizens have been j
endea vurliiff ' have the route of the;
Ozark trail clianiicd so that it would j
lass throiiKh their city This the 1
county commissioners refused to do
and the liihinclion suit is the out-
growth of this controversy.
The plaintiffs set forth In their pe
tition that the present cspenditure 011
the Ozark trail was llleKal because It j
had never heen approved by the state 1
hiiihway commission. Tiiev alsoj
claimed that the 1 it;ht -ol'-way had
never been procured. I
Itoiite ApproM'il. j
County KiiKincer Mitchell testified
on the witness stand voslerdav that
the route of the o.ark I rail had been I
approved by Hi" stale highway com-1
mission and also ihe notional c I :
roads commissions. Deeds to land
traveised by tin' highway were prc-
sei.led to prove that the nly eorn-
luissloners had Hie i-IkIiI -of-w ay. In
marly every instain'e the land was do-
nati d by t he ovv nei s '
To further prove that the Ozark ;
Hull tins lonu been known as 11 nubile '
hii'l;wav witnesses were introduced
who said that 1I1T0 hud heen some
sort of a road alonn this roiile fori
more than I" vears. What work has;
bu n done .01 the I'onl since thai nine
has been In the nature of linprove-
1111 nts It was brought out A Male
law provides that if a road Is used as
a public hlnhway for more than two
years without protest from the prop-
erly owners Hie n.;''t -of.w ay becomes
secure wl'h the county.
'ouiitv Kncinoer MUcliell was re-
called to the stand iliiiatitr Hie after-
no. n. lie te. tilled til It Hie Oz.l'k
trail on ils present route set veil morn
soi Hons of Tulsa county than any
other road cast of the oilv anil that
ehanuinu it so as to run thrornh Daw-
w o w ould ureal Iv Incinv el.ielico a I
larite number of Inhabitants.
Judce rr.ckinridifc did not say
when lie vvi nbl hand down a decision
the ttihlivllon toil ilitlinaled tlll'.l
it would be within the unit few
MAY SWEF.P OUT i
AT SOME HOURS
Merchants Are Jwn Onlers Ahull!
Moniis. nous t Icaini'K I ) Hy
Hub walk sweeping and vvtudow
washing at dovvntovvii htoiea hotwonn
the houis of 7::it) o'clock ill tho ninrn-
li'K and II o'clock at nmht uro fo.-
bidden by an oidinaiue ailoplod by
I lie citv coiiiinissioo esteriiay. I'er-
fonniim such wolk bi.-tvvei.n tho hours:
designated is niado a inisdoineanoi
punishable by a film of $100 or ninety
davs in .1 Hi. or both.
The district to which tho onl'iiaiieo j
applies extends from 'lentil street on
tho south to the M. K. I'. truoliM on
tic north and fr rneyonno on tho
ivi st to Kiel 11 on t he f ast.
The ordinance is intcr.ded to re-
niovo untileasant features to iiedes-
tllans of lomlnn 111 enlllact Willi
brooms and hum window polos used
in cleaning tbu fronts of downtown
I nds Aiintl'er I'orin.
III. PAS' Nov. I U.--Anot her form of
1 11 I cinir used bv Villa and his
' bandits accordinii to a refugee who
i arrived hero toniKbt. Insti'.o; of cut-
illni' i ff Ihe ears of the captured I'ur-
rana soldiers tbo refuijees say Villa
I has ordeieo them branded vvi'h r'd-
iiot ri 11s cnidely shaped to form tho
hitter "V '"' f'l' V.i'insllano ( 'airiinza.
I Cairanza soldier who es".ipod from
i Santa Ko.salla rciorteil hav Iiik seen
I'.irnlu 1 soldiers and offlcrtls
lulled and mutilated after tho Villa
bandits captured that town.
ill rrosci'iite rrainl.
rilll'A'i') Nov. 10 Kvldcncii on
alleni'd vote fri.uds as uathered by
fe.b ral Investigators will "' beard by
federal Brand juries beuinnliiK next
Monday 111 tNilumbus and Cincinnati
Ohio; 'Indianapolis and ChleaKO. It
was stated today ... Aoeoi dltiK to Frank
f. I (alley assistant United States at-torney-Keneral
a Kreat muss of evl-
d lira has been collected.
Investigators iinsbavcd and In arb
and manner Imitating the "down and
nuts'' circulated 11111011K lb" crowds In
suspected wards of this city.
May 'm ii Way for hw
AMS'l'i:i:liA.M Nov. 10. (Via In-
in cominenlini' on (lianccllor Von
Hetnmann-llollweii's speech xpresti
the opinion that It opens tho way for
pear.'i. The Tat;ehlatt says the Ideas
for Ihe future which thj chancellor
(list-usual are 11 orn important than
(he (tuestion of who Is utility of imv-
Ini caused the war anil refers to the
chancellor's remark that after the war
humanity will demand measures to
prevunt a recurrence of such con-
flicts. Cost of Idi-ction.
NEW YOltK. Nov. 10. Henry
Mnrsenthnu. chairman of tlio Demo-
cratic finance committee announcad
today that tho committee Is now
J27O.00O short owlnir to tho expenses
of tho last few (lays of tho campaign
and since the elortlon.
TAMPA. Nov. 10. Pemand an In-
crease of from ii to $1 per thousand
on cigars according to grade sumo
l.nOfl clgarmakers went on strike hor
late today. Efforts are helnir made to
compromise the differences.
"Talk about torture."
"Nothlnj ts worse than sitting In n
harbor1 ohalr with your mouth full
of latter watching the boy trying to
Blvo inothor customer your Panama
J hat" Life.
B'JO Went H7th Str.'nt
Now York 1'itjr
Meaitre. t'liivki'ruig a Sona
My iloll'lit with your pi.mol
ao h real on tint ai'tiujiitvtui.ca
hait att'ntlll.v growti Hitll A mora
intinialH kno Imlili' of ipialltlia.
1'hi'V ran nini with rnillnnt
lovolinota. ainl thunilor -tth
flfowntal powiir ami the aitioa
ri'upontla to the finoit aubllftifa
of tota-h All tlieie ihltirfa make
your I nut 1 uinisita a Jojr to ail
mho play tlaan.
Vi'Tr truly rim
( Sinner! 1 ltlfhanl llnlillf
A T his first. New York. 1 ital
tiiin) j'i'Hi'S Mr. Hiililij? ilnviul
"tlio most iiiiposinej ami prut'oiitnl
imisii! written for tho pianoforte"
votion iiinl lirnitv of a s"nnM-r artist."
Mr. liulili has silfctoil tin- 'hiekcriiio; l'iano for
his New York fiiKajriMiii-nt ami for his coining tour.
I'ifiil art tho
guolittlonii frniii tiH'lrniiolt
CALL 3l:i:l- I'Ott EXPEitT
Cut this athi'i'lisenioiit out ami
'J00 Hoys' ami iiils' heavy fleci'i' I'lii.in Suits in
both i'ilili"il and flat I'lriTi' Saturday
H.'iO Men's ami hnilies' heavy fh cd I'nion Suits
Krcncli I'ililu d and tapod Catui'day
100 pairs UixM) hoavv fl v Med IMankets
liouolit fur spot cash under today's market.
100 pairs Wooluap Bed lllankots larp! sizo
with lioautifiil Di'esdi'ii hordci's; colors white
LN'iiv and tan Saturday pair
ti( line Ladies' (uccn (Quality
and patent h inch
King Quality (foiiuinc kangaroo in In
button ; regular 1 values for
Men's Shoos extra values
100 Ladies' Suits just opened in jrahi'i
poplins and screes fur trimmed velvet collars
and fancy buttons; all season's latest shades
lust opened fresh from the eastern markets
L'OO Ladies' Skirts in wools and silks in broad-
cloths KH'mnlm-'. poplins chiffon Inffeta
silks and satins in plaids Roman stripes and
plain colors. Specially priced Saturday
$2.05 $3.05 $4.05 $7.05" $0.05 to
No extra charRo for fitting.
TiOO yards 20 inch silk poplins 21 colors to
choose from Saturday yard
1.r00 yards liht nnd dark Outings for com-
forts - Saturday yard
203 SOUTH MAIN
WANT CITY HALL
ON CITY GROUND
Petitions Protest to Com-
lnisHionorrt Against Any
Protests atraintit the location of the
now city hall on any site not owned
hy the city at the preauiit time were
voiced by soverul citlxeim who at-
tended yuHterduy's moetlii of the city
commlHMlon. They carried a petition
sinned by a number of property own-
ers and this was presented lo the
Short talks were mado by L. D.
Marr and U O. Price. They doulared
that there was a goneral Impression
at the time the city hall bonds wore
voted that the building was to be
erected on property owned by the city
on Second between Main and Boulder.
This property was formorly used as a
lcry stable but recently the commis-
sioners let a contract to have the
building romodolad for a city Jail.
Mayor BImmons and othor memhers
of the commission bcllevo the high
school corner nt Fourth and Cincin-
nati Is tho most deslrablo location for
tho city hall.
The cltUons who attended yester-
day's meeting declared that tho $15.-
000 voted for this purpose would int
bo sufficient to erect the type of hull 1-
Ing planned by the commission. They
proposed that It bo expended for a
of oNprosiion for Mr. Mnlilitr s
Chickci'mc; l'iano leaves nothing
inn iu-w iiifr n viowt
417 S. Main
1'IANO TUNING CALL 3133
use it tmlay as shopping Rtiiile.
.$1.05 $2.45 $345
combination flro department and mu.
niclpal building on Second street.
Mayor Simmons and ComintSMioner
Funk told tho citizens that they bo-
Hevod this city was entitled to the
most modern building obtainable. It
was pointed out that tho arrangement
proposed would bo undesirable for the
larito number of citizens who transact
luminous at the city hall. The com-
mission adjourned without taking ac-
tion on the petition.
Will Make Demonstration.
W A HI 1 1 XUTON Nov. 10. Demo-
cratic lenders and officials of the
American Kederation of Labor made
plans today for (l big demonstration
when 1'resldent Wilson gets back to
Washington Sunday. They estimated
twenty thousand persons would bo la
lino to greet the president and march
behind him to tho White House.
SANTA MONICA. Cul. Nov. 10.
Charles V Hwarts mechanician on
racinr automobile) which went through
the fence on "doath ourve" of the
Vaiiderhilt race oourso during prac-
tice today died later at a hospital.
Hairy llorswan who wua driving the
cpr was seriously Injured.
It W:s So Sudden.
The Suitor (lu a rhapsody) I
adore everything tliui Is Veautlfut
xulHlte. i hive the serene the per-
The Maid (coyly) "Oh H.ury.
how can t refuse you when you put
II ni beautifully'"' 'Puck.
No ( banco
"fan I get something to eat?"
asked tho tramp.
"If yo i nn vui'ie luckier than we
ire" said Mrs. Suburb whose cools
lad lust left
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