Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 74, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 3, 1916 Page: 2 of 48
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY DECEMBER 3. 191G.
INACCURACY IN THE
GRADING OF COTTON
CnrcU'SMii'ss lias Inflicted Se-
vere Losses nil the
to l ot toll u I i.W 1-1
plan. I 11 1 lv t Co I
r-.v. 1 1
Tha I nrscn 1
I iiili .1 State
ll ii lid II li.i II .
miill. li dollars In IIH.1-14 beeiio
Knobs were ii"t iron-rly In !' Into
.leo.uiiit in tin: in I miii y nab und that
In Milti. nf a tondein y tniiarj im-
pr vod ootnlltloim .Muni 11. u . r. tmi I -
III II (! till' :ri K-lil 1 I otl'lll hlillllllinlH "f
llii' I 1 1 1 1 il States III.- Ii.m-i s r f 1 1 - I 1 1
lliucciiriilo 'ni'llnic are ''in Croat ft re
f- Ij1. t"ii i - n l .. .if aiio.-iallsts ill' llii' office
i.f in.-. il ill- an. I rui.il 1 1 1 1' . 1 1 n .' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i f
llii- I nil" . I Slatoa il-liai ' llK-nl i.f iiiti-i
. 1 1 II . . 1 1 . In ill .a l I in. -lit bulletin 4.7'
ii . i nllv pubic ho. I Th" l-u.l' till li
I used mi a i I'l mi i.f rut I ii ii rrn i -kitiim-
In r-' i r-i i.'.i'l ' . v. i . m In the
Mini- 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 . i 1 1 . 1 1 . i. Hi. n J.n.i: .1. 1 1 L stile-i
if I In- !"illtl 11 11 il .-ami il .li . t. III I'll Of
which :i u' T-ral failure adcpintelv and
eniiMhtontly tn rccoitnlze grudo differ
t ill Cft WHH ffltllld.
I Tlic ;n:claliMn point nut thut cotton
1 I i.il ii ri n I hcmucj v- i ran l;iw; a larye
share In unprovini? these conditions.
Tin' crowon lire uri;i.. to familiar'"
t hi hihob oh with minli'H and to insist
'that llii' nrnpi i cl m-iflcath.n lie nlvon
I In lr nibs l.v buyers. Kml hiiwK In
I. I v I. hi. I on the ci'iiciiriii.' I III port -
if M-'iuinir pr. pi r finning. i:-le.
iiiali lalini; and cir. erin- aid proper
(ii-oat iirlalliuis rminil.
The i.irvevs conducted l.v the spe.
I r I ' 1 h rhowod tn i' und ineoiifiistent
sf0w-ijti. -... -
I i AH vlfc T JV ' i . 'm 41 99 ft. I
Ji3 1 1 L
h-S to make a
IS ALL LIT
A Baldwin Piano
(iraiul U)iriulil nr I;iyT would lie tlic
1 1 tost sat ist'aetorv Christ m;is nit't. '' ho
wtirld's jfreatest artists use and endorse;
thini. At the I 'a ris Kxposit imi
World's Fair at St. Louis 1!H); hm-
doii 1!H I (lie Maldwin I'ianos wen1
awarded the (irand I'rio the liihest
honors ever iveu an Aiiu riean made
z'i n ion wi lie
Jr - i 'I ' T '..V .i.illii 1 -.In! iill.iililil'lli.ii.
621 SOUTH MAIN-PHONE 1138
ii.lA..liii. iJi.i '. iiiiiu mill . n i.lil....i.!l . lin'ii . s lliuJit.
varl'itlnnM In prlcoM pnlit for cotton of
dilfcrciit Krdes. Thu average i.f prices
on oh nerved trallhactiun In Alubumn
for lie niuntli for example wan 13.il
cents tor Htrlet koihI ordlrarv and
13 47 cetith for strict good mlddllnir.
the latter hemic fix srailea better than
the fi t iin r. The higher urtde of cut-
tor thn sold for I'" renin lex per hale
then that of the lower Mr.nle. when
on the hasn of New ( r 1 aim differ-'
eiicen. it waM acluitlly worth 7 .'iD'peri
l aic no. re. The incon? iMeia ii s and
ii il felon. ox wire eHieciallv apimreiit'
'Hiii-iitf the higher KradcH ati ive mid-
dling. ThiM. the shec'a I : tH (cel. .h
iiii.'t unfortunate .-1ih it 1-l.nwn a
taili to in r i'ii'iiilz.1 tl.e ah.e of iin-
; n. ic'iif-nt of eolton varieties l.y
::rowirs and In effect puts a premium
on oin li'M and indifferent f.iiininK.
Mark.'.l diffcrcmas In th" prices
tn ii! for colli. n of the name undo In
the ;aini- markets on tin simi' dav
::lso i.i Iisclns-d l.y the stirvev.
Thus middliliir cotton of 1 l-l'I-inch
-ti. I in a .-Main market hmu''ht 11
I'fiiK a poind while niiildltni; of
1 1-N-lneh Mlaple at the san.e place
Hid on the K.mie day bi-muht onlv
H d" r-enf.s The latter cott.m hIiouNI
1 a e I roiiL- ht one - half i ent more than
that of the shorter staple hale. There-
f it th" 1 I-K-im-h bale bi-.nii.-ht
Its tn Milne th" othei I ale sold for
ill b'l..'-f U 7 r.ll l-eb'W its r'al Villi"
S'hi!e all variations observed were not
as L-reit a this vide diff.-reni s were
found in nu.ni-rou.-i tnstm.es in r-vi-rv
Mi te where inw-stii;ati"iis were e. in-
(.i o.i aplili ill I'l li e li i ll 1 1 ! in-.
Iin i ni-isti ncies in the valuation of
tini'cd and st un .1 . otton alsn were
c.i. served the 1 1 1 i'f eretices made in
sMre i;e-...i hetweell two bales of eot-
toi oi the same 41 iiie on the same
mark t I. "iiiv neater linn the amount
pa'd lor the cheai-er bale.
The nirv v sli..w".l that foi the
same L-rades the prices paid were on
the whole consider i;'vi'i-nter In tin
eastern cotton states thin In those
W - it of the Mississippi. Tin s differ-
eniei aoci.riiini; to the s iallsls.
were much ni'cater than dil'f.-i enci.s In
freirht ratc to mills nlone would n"-
foiint fur. The other factors in favor
of thi east are believed to have been
the ciiect purchas" by mill btiveis.
the i visteni i. of food Ktnray f o-ili-liet-
the availability of relativi lv oh" ap
money and the iim-o general know-
Icdffe of ur idimr amonn fan-crs due
to b.ii-i r establis'imcnt of cotton-
Krowlnu in tbi section.
Thf' iiiistii:aiors fiiiind lhal the
prnliuer received an aopreclnble :id-
Miiit.'Ke in prices when he was nble tn
make "round lot" sales of ten or more
lu-Jes nf cotton nl .1 time. If is snw-
I o-li'i' that Mill creator advantai'es
can be securi d by scllimy where possi.
ble in b Is of blle.s of the same tTado.
BIRTH CONTROL CAMPAIGN
V. iinen Arc I'rs-il to furry n
NIW l.nllK. llec. I. Almost a
linn. 'red women many of social
prominence anil the man Imctnr
Itln-.soin nf the Itirth Cntitrnl leamie
losi-nibled yesterday lit the home of
Mis. Amos I'iuchot ! Kast Kii;lity-
first street t.i dlsi iish tvlicther Mrs.
aiotcr's birth control clinic should
be mrrh'd on if the leader received a
jail sentence at her coining trial.
line speaker mikcI rvi-g woman
presi nt to obtain pledKOs from k1
other women who were willing to aid
.Mis. Sanger by hreakliiK the law
attains! the dlsti Ihulion of Informa-
tion on titrth control.
ILDoinftt Wear a
After Thirty Year'
for Men Women
! v .
i . r. -f
J v r v .
r- ad it v '!!
li y I ir.!' - !
'.u c.-n a'
coupon 1-. '.
Ve w. 'Mil
liy n.y Ap;-!
s Experience I Have Produced a Rupture Appliance
and Children That Does Away With Truss Torture
Scut on Trial to Prove It
Mr. C !:. Itr
M !!!. M . ll.
Ii.-n I- S'l -
I'erh.ips it vill inteict ..n t. know
'hat 1 haw l.een in.t.iie.l .-l veals
mil hae always b.ni ir..ul li witli It
till I i:nt j ii 1 1 a ppli ir -. r ;s i r
ravy ti wear fits In at :i-d .'11:1;. an.'
s ll"t in the way at :.nv Line. d:.'
11 nit'ht. In fact al tin.-. 1 did not
now I bad It on; il lut adapt.1 it-
..If to the shape of tiie body as It
'lutiir to the spot no matecr what
i.--itli.n I was In.
It v.uild be a vettlllbl" Hod send to
vl'.e unfi.l Innate who s ifl't r floiu lap-!
lire if all l 1. lid pi". luce ttie Hi. ...Us
!.-!i.iiico and waar it. '1'lu-y w.oild.
1 tainly 111 it re"i i-t it.
My ruptuie Is now nil healed up
nd nolhlliL' 1 vol did It but your Ap
illi:ncc. Wl.i-iH-v. r the op..i I mill
irescnts Km If I will sa nn.nl wind
or your Appbance. and alo the ln-n j
irnbUi wa 11; wht.li ou deal with
upture.l pe.-ple. It is a plcsuic t.'l
eeonimeiid 11 uood thini; anions umi I
I Lends or si 1 mica-i s. I inn.
Volli s i'l - Silu el el .
.1 AM l-IS A. Ill; IT'l'i i.
HO Sprlni! St. lb 1 1 1 1 hem. l'a.
. . i V-.. ... I.
JJ7E announce the first show-
ing of our High Grade
Gifts for Men Young Men
The assortments are more extensive
this season than ever before.
We advise early shopping and early
Qn Main at Fourth
IT'S A HARD WORLD
SAYS THE PESSIMIST
In u Single Day lie Finds That
Everything He Uses lias
Risen in Price.
above Is t'. I It rooks Imrntor of tlic Appliance who lins Irenlcil rup-
ture over all cars ami uhu Is now uivitiK others tlic tieiicfil nf Ins
II' I'lipiiireil wine 1 til tod i) at .Marshall Mich.
served tluco years In
Altllli IV. ( lull-till ol l'o. 1
nl will lew nd y 1 111 for the
1 arc ili'Siii; for siiffeiin hu-
Vours si in-
Vetran Now Well
Commerce (in. II. F. 1 1. No 11.
Tr. 1 '. K. Hi 01 Km
Marsh. .il Mich.
lo ar Sn : - I am tiMid to tell you
bet I am now hound ami well and
i-n plo'-Kh or do any heav- woik
fi.fi h-- y v'.-ir .Appiian--c. Ioih effected i
l.ro..fiit euie. ilefoio Kettumj
f-vr ip; iiri" I in a terrible
-f ftj loo !.. tun vi.i-ii up al! hope of
- r k- ir fuller. If it had n t
f !;r I'i'.r Mp.llan(a I would never
r.ui.'l 1 mil iMy-ciclil
Others 'Failed But
the Appliance Saves
Mr. i I-: r-rooks
I 'c.i r Si 1 : - -
Ycur AioliaiH'o did all you claim
f.-r the Utile boy and more for It
cu. ed hill! sound Hlnl Well. 0 let
him wear it for about a year in all.
nlihoiii'li it cured 1 ii 111 3 months
af'er he hud luiruii to wear It. We
had tiled several other remedies and
ceit no 1 chef and 1 shall certainly
recommend it to friends fur we
nut t ly ow c it to oil
Yours respect fully
No 7U H. Main tit. Akixiu O.
1 Hi'tll lay
prove what I
to bo the 1ud:.
below niul . all t
Malice on trial
Is true. You i
Kill out free colli
Ten Reasons Why
You Should Send for Itrooktt
1. It Is absolutely the only Appll-
ancc of tlie Vnul on the market today
and in it are imiiIumIiciI the iirir.ciplca
that 'nventoiM have sought after for
ye. 1 1 a.
The Appliance for retaininif tlio
rupture fiiuuot bo thrown out of po-
:'. Helm; an air cushion of soft
rubber ll clings closely to the body
et never blistera or causes ii i lla-
tion. A. I'nliko the ordinary so-cilled
pads used in other tius.HcR .t Is not
cui ibci'iiinio or iinuaiuly.
.' It is small soft and pliable and
pi itivdy cannot be detected throus'll
h. The soft pliable bands luildit'.-:
the Apjiliati.'" ibi not irivr one the un-
plc.is.uit si nsalion of weaniiK il Harness.
7. There is nothimc i bout it to I
(ret foul and when it becomes soiled
It can be wrwdiod without injuring it
In the least.
S. There are no metal spi inns in
the Aj pllanco to torture one by cul-tln-?
and bruising the flesh.
!. All of the material of which the
Appliances are made is of the very
best that money can buy. mnkliifr It a
duiable and safe Appliance to wear.
10. My reputation flr honesty and
fair dealing Is so thoroughly estab-
lished by an experience of over thirty
years of denlltiK with the public and
my prices arc so reasonable my terms
so fair that there certainly should he
no hesitancy In actnllni; freo coupon
in Four Months
11 .Tunsen St.. !uhuiiic Iowa.
Mr. C. K. Itrooks Marshall Mich.
Oenr Sir:- The baby's rupture Is
altogether cured thanka to your
Appliance and we lire ho thankful
to von. If we could only have known
of !t sooner our little boy would not
ha' e had to suffer near hh much as
he did. lie wore your brace n llttlo
over four months'.
Yours very truly
AxniiK w i ;i k ; i : nhkkh k ii.
FREE INFORMATION COUPON
Mr. C. V. IlltilnliS
ttl'J Slate hi. Man-lnUl Miill.
l'lniso siiinl mo hy mall In plain wrapper your Illustrated book
and full litfoiination uhout your Appliuncu lor ruplurs
r '. rca l.tttfllttt!!Mtl
li. V. !.......... Cily....
. . . Stnto ii.t.
Hy P. S. TMIST).
1 clime down town this mornine; on
n car that Rave only half service
there w'us no conductor.
I lit a ciaret nnd found that half of
it was made of alfalfa.
I met a friend and he asked me
what I paid for "that suit of clothes"
and when I told him $:ill ho said
"Mine h exactly like It nn.l the same
tailor made mine for $15.
I went Into-n shoe repair shop hitd
my heels built up nnd after walklnx
a half day discovered that the mate-
rial ti e cobbler used was pressed pa-
pet Instead of leather.
I lioiivht a Sunday paper and found
the inuL'uxinc section and the ''fun-
nies" cut in half.
Wife lias Troubles.
I went homo to niy lunch nnd my
wife informed me she had paid fill
ei tits for a dozen eifita nnd half of
them were bad. She had loiiKht a
pound of butter for f() cents. She or-
dered round ste-ik at 40 cents n pound
and the butcher sent her polk chops
three inches behind the inr. She had
paid 10 cents for a loaf of bread that
was soKjry. She paid f cents extra for
a can of coffee and J5 cents for a bot-
tle of water and told me the milk
man has rais-d the price of milk
witch no longer had cream on It. I
sent my new suit to the cleaners' a
thief stole it ami the niar.'iKement
told me he would nee me In Hades
before he would pay a cent as the
law did not hold him responsible. My
laundry came back wll'.i n handker-
chief nih'sins a collar .scorched nni'
the hl.irt still dirt v. My wif" picked
out an $S petr of shoes day before
yesterday and when phe. went to iT"t
them today she was charged J 11.
"i.oo.'l tbinu she hounht them when
you did" K.'i.d tho clerli "they will he
Nuts Are Scitriv.
I slipped over to my favorite pe-
can vendor laid down a buffalo nick-
el picked up a sa"k h ilf the sine of
last year. "I bine." said the indepen-
dent nut nieieh.int nnd I pabl it and
found tl.e shells iinly half cracked
and half of the "noodles" bitter. When
I pit In me :n the evenine 1 found a
lax notice Just doub.- what it wan last
year and my personal etfeets dimin-
ish! d by half. "Wh 're's the maid" I
asked us th" ifood wife brought in the
ilirner. "(ione; sh" wanted $1'J a
week and two days off. 1 here's
romo mail for you' said mv spouse.
and it was a notice from the landlord
that ho had rinsed the rein on my
five-room flat to 75 a month und I
must pay for my own rc null's nnd
pliiuiblni;. There was-jiiiother notice
tint In the future my doctor would
chaise $3 and $ii for calls lnMond of
t2 and $.1. Hy this time I had head-
ache and railed up n driiR store nnd
oi df red some aspirin. They sent-me
six for two hits.
T went uptown dropped in to Rot
a shave nnd haircut nnd wag ohnrced
2ft cents for a shave nnd 40 cents for
u halicut while tho barber told me
my lu.lr needed siiiKltur my head was
dirty and full of dandruff nnd there
wire blackheads as lnrire as his hand
In my face Ho Rot sore when I cave
hlir. tho rlirht ehanire and the porter
n fused to brush tn off or hand me
my hat because I hadn't ordered n
shine und I heard tho manicure irlrl
say Hcmofhlnu about n "cheap skate"
us I went out tho door.
I wont over to n nickelodeon and
paid 20 cents to see n picture that
1 vent home picked up tin paper
to read und found that turkeys were
so line at 40 oonta a pound that tho
siarcity of wheat would redueo tho
sUo of a louf of bread that ipitnlnn
was ndvanclnu In prion that round
rteaU would tako another Jump that
liver tho butcher usod to K've mo if
I can led If home w.ia 2S cents a
pound and that prunes had gono up
from 4 centt to 20 cents
lllamo It On the
And I stood for nil these thin tis
because there Is a Popular Hloiran un-
lit the rounds that "it Is on account
of the war." Any slogan that has the
word war in It is supposed to he ac-
cepted as final 1'roof; Wilson's elec.
I stood for all thesi thins ss a mat-
ter of course Just like nil others are
H.'c take pleasure in inviting the public
to inspect our line of Gifts and Favors;
both for Christmas and New Year's.
You will find our stock most complete
Crane's and Whiting's Social Stationery
Christmas and New Year Cards
Christmas Seals and Tags
Diaries for the Coming Year
Fancy Brass Desk Sets
A great variety of Ink Wells
Ilrass Smoking Sets
Cigar Holders and Ash Trays
Fancy Paper Knives and Office Scissors
Fancy Calendars for Desks
Pocketbooks Bill Books and a great va-
riety of Leather Goods
Brief Cases for Attorneys in the best of
Conklin's and Waterman's Fountain
Pens in great variety
If you want an appropriate Christmas
gift for a man you are sure to find i7
Everything for the office
Our motto is "PROMPT SERVICE"
410 So. Main St. Tulsa. Phones 1523-5718
standing for them. And Just so lomr
as wo stand for them Just so long
tluse thinirs will be exacted of tho
public; and prices onco up never
Thut all happened today. I know
now what is In storo for me touior.
If. PITItCY Ktupmiuck.
SAYS that since
niK price of
II AllUTT went
VI' he will
IIAVI-; to revise
; JIIH estimates on
FREED BY WITNESS' DEATH
Indictment Aunlimt James T. Wood
IMsinlsscd After Four Years.
XRW VnilK nee. 2. Justice
Kluurn dismissed yesterday an indict-
meiit found In 1912 ORnlnst James T."
o'1. a director of tho Northern
bank charKltiK that ho had Joined In
........ K u in. so report of the insti-
tution to tho atatn bunking depart-
ment. Tho specific accusation wan
the currylnir as cash a worthless check
or the Hankers' Kealty and Security
Wood pleaded not RUllty In 1913.
Frederick K. Morris whoso testimony
wns needed by tfle district attorney
tied In Id 16. Woods bull was dis-
chnriroil last Hecemher.
An affidavit by District Attorney
Swann was submitted to Justice Sheurn
by counsel for Wood In which he said
thut slncn the death of the necessary
witness fur the prosecution there h:id
benn no new evidence dlsoovered on ;
which to U9 alJiaia wt the cuse. J
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