Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 79, Ed. 1 Friday, December 8, 1916 Page: 3 of 12
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TULSA' DAILY WOK LI) FRIDAY DKCKMHKll s 191(5.
"More Taffy and Less Epi-
taphy" Subject of Minis-
ter's Farewell Sermon.
TAKES UNGRATEFUL TO TASK
Declares Some People Are "as
Bad as Hogs;" Goes to
Durant First Methodist.
The Kev. .Tarries K. McConnell or
the Tigert Memorial Methodist church
delivered Ins farewell relmnii in Tulsa
InFt night before leaving for Ills new
Held the First Methodist church of
Ijurant where he was assigned dur-
ing the recent conferencu held nt
The Heverend McConnell spoke
Upon invitation at the Huston Meth-
odist church having lieen requosted
by the l ev. Barton to deliver his strik-
ing sermon "Mora Tuffy and l.esa
Kpltaphy" which created much cotn-
n;ent In Tulsa when delivered some
two years ago at the Tigert Memorial
1 hiring the rourse of the sermon
the Reverend Md'onmll declaied that
a large majority of the folks nowa-
days on.'oy Rood health and prosperity
und fail to recognize the Giver of all
I'coplc I. Ike lings.
"Follfs- are lur t ilke hoes." he de-
clared. "Thev sit down and eat three
ftocd meals a day nnd never return
thanks to lioct. The hogs under a
Pinch tree cut the fruit us it tails
ttrtint If it (-tops tailing hut never huk
up to see where It Is coming from us
lotiK as It falls.
' And we are Just as ungrateful to
our fellow-men us to our Hod and un-
gratefulness to our fellow -men Is un-
tjratel'uress to Hod.
Taffy Not So Had
"Ingratitude crushes and dlscoiir-
iiuiH. ar.d is responsible for many of
the failures of men " l.e declared. "A
minister who had served his church
les than a year resigned hut before
! left his f'ock came to tell him hov
orr they were that he was leaving
and how they had appreciated his ef-
forts. He told them that thev hud
hi en ts courageous when he needed
their words he would not ho leaving.
1 lie flock hid come in with the 'Kpl-
laphv.' They hud failed to have the
"Not Dial I believe in flattery." the
Itierend Mit'onnell continued "but
every man loves sincere commenda-
tion." The ltevercnd McConnell spoke to
a large audience in the ISoston-avenim
lliurch among the number being
iiiunv f the congregation from the
Tigert Memorial where he has bee'i
in charge lor he past threo years.
T II tilMWillg t'liwvli.
The First Methodist church at Du-
rant is one the the fastest growing In-
Btilutloiis in the state possessing a
church building costing more than
fir 1100 and having a membership of
approximately seven hundred. When
the ltevercnd M.H'onnell came to Tulsa
three years rcu his church had u.
membership of approximately 17."..
which has been more than doubled by
the work of the minister who is retir-
tie will be succeeded In Tulsa by
the Rev. llawes f'alniore Chirk of
fcllgler. The Reverend Clark Is ret -ogiti7.ed
ns one of the most promising
voting mlnislers of this-district and
his appointment to the Tigert Memo
rial church is considered nn apprecia-
tive promotion for the promising
young minister of the Methodist
ihurch. The Reverend Clark will ar-
rive In Tulsa this afternoon and will
uellver his first sermon in his now
church Sunday morning.
CHARLES H. WAX
Jilted Girls With Tears in
Eyes Shake His Hand; Iden-
tified as "Osborne."
A Suit Is a
and if it comes
It's sore to please
A SUIT or
Levering's is sure to ho good quality mobt appropriate nnd
correct in style.
SUIT OR OVERCOAT SUIT OR OVERCOAT
. $18 to $35 $22.50 to $45
Also a nice assortment of Christmas hats shirts gloves handker-
chiefs silk sox silk mufflers cravats suspenders traveling hags
The Lee Levering
Tailors & Furnishers
NF.W YORK Pec. 7. Positive
identification of Chafes 11. Wax us
"Oliver Osborne" elusive swain of u
rcore of young women In this city
was made today by eight persons lie
has vet. however to face Miss Rue
lT.:ticr the factory worker whose
! Sro.Oiio breach of promise suit
I against James W. Osborne a promi
nent attorney wnoin sue accused 01
courting her us "Oliver Osborne." le i
to a succession of legal proceedings
a' d revelations of a lonir chapter of
K.nilinetibil edveiitfrcs In whhh "oli-
er" plavei'. the dual ride of hero and
villain. Wax lm- admitted It was he
who made love to Miss Tanzer.
Roger H. Wood assistant Vnlt"l
stales nttornev announced the
charges of perjury and extortion
against Miss Timer and several of hi"
witnesses In the breach of promise
rase will lo reopened and the cases
ruthed to trial.
Woli-onie for lllin
Wax's Identification began as a lo-
yal proieedlng I'"' developed into a
"welcome home" reception. lie wis
greeted with ul! the w ar.nl h of a re-
larned -prodigal. Ann ng tne visitors
cre some of the young women no
had courted. Instead of condemning
him thev wished him good luck.
Miss Rose ilelen Kaiser who is said
to have succeeded Mir- Tanzer In hi
affections look both Wax's hands In
hers and slid with tears l" ner eyes
"I'm so sorry f"t you."
Another young woman. Miss
Llanrhe Younger when asked by on-
ol the government representatives why
she didn't shake hands with him nid
that she would If Wax would prrmtt
her to. She too told him how sorry
she Telt for him.
Tells of Service.
Wax detail -d liis military record In!
the I'hil'PI'ini s where he said In
served for three years as Interpreter
to M.i'nr-lienerM Leonard Wood. H"
received a Jagged "bolo" wound oil
the left forearm and proudly showed
the scar. Ho- was honorably dis-
charged with the rank of scrucani he
said and this statement was borne out
i... fi.n nmi. in officers who hail
him in charge. lie boasted of hH
abllitv to speak six languages and gave
an exhibi'ion of his lingursttc attain-
ments lie refused to discuss his ro-
mantic enlaiiglenients other 'ban to
say that he had "loved many women
! SUNDAY SCHOOL MEET ENDS
I Reverend llaiiman ;lves lllusliiitcil
Lecture on "China's Children."
I With the illustrated lecture of Rev.
L. O. llartnian entitled "The Children
of China" Wednesday evening the two
i days' session of the Methodist F.pis-
I copal church Sunday school Institute
i was ended.
: Roverend Ilartman's lecture which
t was interspersed with lantern slides
: related a story of life In China and
! told the audience which comfortable
filled the church of the work being
done by the Methodists In that coun-
try. Many odd scenes were thrown
upon the screen.
j Wednesday afternoon the session of
'the institute was taken up with talks
on ".Visionary Instruction in tho Sun-
day School" Material and Methods in
Rural Sunday School Work" and
"Kvangelism in the Sunday School."
: Attendance during the two days the
Institute has been in session was
"What makes It speed so eh?"
"I s'pose the sptu of tho moment '
I ' II
"ON THAT FIRST CHRISTMAS
the WISE MEN established for all time the custom of bearing Rifts so
that now CHRISTMASTIDE means not only the pealing of bells tho
flaunting of green and crimson and the communing of man with fellow-
man but the time when we bear gifts to our loved ones the ones whose as-
sociations have made for bigger and better things the ones who really
have made our life livable. To these loved ones the Yuletide directs your
attention your thoughts and your careful consideration.
Look well and carefully therefore before you select some substitute for the
"REAL" gift the gift that mirrors your appreciation of the ones who so
truly appreciate YOU."
The Spirit of Christmas.
The Gift of Gifts and NOT a Substitute
The gift that will introduce to that intimate fireside circle the
home the world's music. The pathos of the old time melodies
the crash of the opera the tongues of foreign lands THE
MASTER OF EVERY INSTRUMENT.
"TRUE TO THE LIFE"
The Victrola Is the Gift ot Gifts This Christmas
IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE WHERE
AGREEABLE TERMS ARRANGED
Monster French Death Dealer
- s -$
. w A il&UI
i....fi...tff.Tinilril1tll.BIIW mi mini ii en iiiiiimuiiimm i i w' i mi ! i n
This mighty gun of 270 MM. set up In position near Verdun Is the
final proof that the Trench have so prepared their defense there that they
never will be driven back on Ibis front of the war. When the tleruians
began their attack on Verdun there wire only two Krench railroads run-
ning into the town and lliese could not haul In supplies ami aiiiinuiillioii
fast enough. The Ceritians had Htcrclly built 1 ti roads. Rut since die
Krench have progressed so far they can shoot from their railroads it has
become evident ihey have every means of transportation.
CARPENTIER PREFERS FRONT' JONES HEADs'tEXAS MASONS
Hutlii r Stay tin Itaitle line Than!
l ight Willanl. lie MM. I
l'.UtlS lire. il. CrJii p. in ) -The i
personal d"sire of Ceorges Carpeit- '
tier the French aviator and champion j
heavyweight puuilist of Murope Is to
remain with the l'l -mh flying corps
at the front a leaire he has expressed
each time an offer from the I'nilcd
Stales to arrange a bout for him has
been received. The report that he
has been given a furloiii'h for a inatcn
in New York with Jess Willard Is at
lea: t reinat in c. Thus far no definite
prcpoi-itlon for a bout between t'ar-
penlier and Willard h.'.s bevn received
.N'hs Kliz 'belli M.irbury w ho Is i
proinliiently couiiei'ted with French
war relief work In N'iw York haa
been nulhorizeil by t'arpi ntlefs mnii-
ager to act for him In any negotia
tions In the l imed Males.
Carper.ticr who Is in 1'arls on a few
days' leave of absence was seen by
the A:soclated I'ress representative
today. He appeared to be In excellent
condition. I'arpcntlcr said he was not
thinking at present about boxing. Fly-
ing he added had in no way slowed
li mi up and life at the front had been
cxculUnt training for him.
HoiMon .Man IJivtiil (.rand .Miisleri
Honor lo a Woodman.
UAU Texan Dec. I!. Frank C. I
Joins of Houston tonight waa elected'
grand master of the grand lodge of j
lexas. Free ami Accepted Masons
.seven hundred Masons pal licipaicd in
the voting. .lones succeeds linn (' '
McMillan of Whitewright. (it her of-1
fleers elected were John Arnold!
"' I'm! gi n mi master: A. A. Hons.
gland senior warden; tleorge F. Mor-
gan giaud Junior warden; W. W.
J'eavy grand treasurer; W. I!. I Vin-
son grand secretary. Committee on
work J. M. ith and T. A. Jiovie-
president board of Masonic. I e
t.eorge W. Turner; treasurer of Ma-
Honle home Jt. t. paddock.
lieputy (irand Master Frank C
Jones read a tribute to Hi.. mcimVy
ol . (I. New by of Fort Worth late
treasurer of tho Woodmen of' the
World home. Jt was adopted by a
STAGE ROBBED DRIVER DEAD
T. S. Condi ill Idaho KelieviMl of
Money by Itauilll (.ang.
TWIN FALLS. Idaho Dec. . The
Frited Slates mall stage running from
Kogeison Idaho to Jarbridgo Nov.
was hi Id up nnd robbed and its driver.
F. Searcy was shot and killed today
by bandits. First-class mail sacks
were rifled and nn amount reported
to he between n.loa and J7.IMI0 taken
by the robbers. The money stolen
was Icing taken to Long Hike mine
for the payroll The sheriff of Klko
county Nevada and a posse of Jar-
bridge men are searching for the ban-
dits. The stage was driven into J:ir-
bridge bv a passenger who had placed
the dead body of Searcy in the stage.
l'eifedlv ICespdlahl ttii'npiitioii.
"Success" said the fat man. "conies
to the Industrious and to those who
run take chances."
"Ah" said the other "I ton hrve
done well these last lew years! Hut
1 made mv pile by siting down and
letting other fellows do the sweat-
"Really? Well If I were you f
should be ashamed to talk about il
like that!" . . ..
"Oh would you! 1 in not. I don t
see iny reason .'or being nsh.'imid ol
owning n Turkish bath."
the drinking of Water
(Hy M. C. LIVAS M. II.)
The general conclusions of the latest
medical scientists proves that drink-
ing of plenty of pure water both be-
tween meals and with one's meals Is
beneficial to health. It has also been
proven by means of the X-rays and
actual tests upon many healthy young
men that tho drinking of water Willi
meals is not harmful to digestion.
Those suffering from a catarrhal
condition of the stomach will find
benefit In adding about 10 grains
(one-sixth of a level teaspoonful) of
baking soda to a pint of hot water
drinking it a half hour before each
meal. Such ns are Inclined to hyper-
acidity should drink a pint of medium
cold water two hours after meals. If
you ever suffer from headache lum-
bago rheiimutiam or any of tho symp.
toniH of kidney trouble such as deep
colored urine sediment in urine get-
ting out of bed at night frequently
and other troublcnorne effects take n
pint of hot water and a little Anurlo
before meals. Theso Anurle tablets
ran be obtained at almost any drug
store and were first discovered by Dr.
American men and women must
guard constantly against kidney trou-
ble. because wo eat too much and all
our food Is rich. Our blood Is filled
with urlo acid which the kidneys strive
to filter out they weaken from over-
work become sluggish; tho ellmlna-
tlve tissues clog and the result Is kid-
ney trouble bladder weakness und
often the poison reaches the tissues
causing rheum at Ism and gout.
When your kidneys feel like lumps
of lead when your back hurts or the
urine Is cloudy full "of sediment or
you are obliged to seek relief two or
threo times during the night when
you suffer with slelt headache or
dizzy nervous spells acid stomach or
you have rheumatism when tho
weather Is had ask your druggist for
Anurie. I havo found In practice that
Anuric Is more potent thmi lithia and
In most rases It -will dissolve the uric
acid m hot water docs sugar.
S.WS IIF.'s I.IICHAICV HM'IK Kil l:
Hole's a Writer Win I lankly Admits
lie's (me of the ( Ian
How many of us If we were really
. st could n.akj a list o g ' a
and couldn't rUe to? "
W'e hae for our own part a greater
ln than that of our coJcle?e V ' e
are a number of lmk ht wi hnl.M
"'"- 1" '' .ve have read which
we have never read at all. They ale
M.it books we suppose. Al "least
tve ve heard a lot about them and read
a o about . Mpe who !
sun e to know say they are great
K- li'' of them we have tried
lead and couldn't read but we have
net. I'd at one Mine or another
have re-. all of them. Here Is our
list of shame:
'Tom Jones." 'o tried hard to
read It four times and could never get
five pages into It.
"The Vlrar or U'ul o.i.i m l.- . . .
altempted it at least six limes and
"" 'ouiu in mo jlriit round
"Dante's Divine Comedy." W'e have
been toin iil.!Iiii nn
.. -. - ii'insia-
tion which we hear is a good one at
icsi oin-e a year Tor twenty years and
we can't get Inleresle.l 1 II. Yet up
to the present moment we have al-
ways protended that we had read all
of It and liked It.
"Don liiilxote." Wo have read n
little of it and we know all the usual
things thai are said about it and we
even wrote some stuff about It one
line saying all the things that are
usually said about it for which we got
JL'.". but we doi:'t reely like It It
puts i.s to sleep; li weiim long drawn
out and clumsy to ns.
"Iloswell's Life of Johnson." We
liner read any of it. nm hae
ptetended lo and have pretem.'ed at
turns to ipiote incidents from It and
have got away with the Incidents.
We have always pretended that we
were familiar with Walt Whitman's
portry but as a matter of fact we
never read anything through except-
ing "When Lilacs Last in the Door-
A yiiarter's Worth.
The kindlv old squire was giving 1
little Ireat to the vlllige school eii.
drill. After tea he stepped onto the
platform and announced with a beam-
"Now I am going to perform cer-
tain ac tions and vou must guess what
proverb they represent. The bov or
gir! who succeeds first will recelvo u
Thai did II. Instantly every eye
hup fixed on him.
First of all tho old gentleman lav
down on the platform. Then one mail
came forward and tried In vain to lift
him. Two others came to his aid and
between them they raised the squire
who was rather portly.
The actions were meant to renro-
sent the motto "t'nion Is Strength.'
Win n they hud finished tho squire.
stepped forward and asked If any child
had solved the puzzle
At once a grubby hand shot up and
an eager voire squeaked:
"Let i-leeplng dogs lie." Pittsburgh
"Anyhow" said tho small man with
tho big set of books ovor which he
figured from early morn till iiio ot
nigit "anyhow there Is one lalthful
friend at home that never fulls to give
nie a rousing welcome."
"What frlund Is that?" asked tho
billing clerk pausing to eat a sand-
wich while the boss wasn't looking
"My old alarm clock" replied the
bmrll nitin dreamily.
Novelties of Trade.
The chewing gum habit has nt last
"caught on" in K'ngland. Twenty mil-
lion packages huve been chewed dur-
ing September with the demand
The Chinaman lias abandoned san-
dal und taken to wearing shoes. Cld-
yftha gift is for
n mnn you should
let.us supply it.
" it is correct tee hare
it if ice hare it it is cor-
rect." Nockwear fiOc to $1
Hosiery 2w to $2.50
Handkerchiefs 10c to $2
Mufflers f0c to $(!
(J loves $1 to .$7.50
Smoking Jackets .$( to $15
See Our Kxtensive Hol-
We have the best silk
shirts in the greatest as-
sortments. Every con-
ceivable pattern in fast
color effects. Select from
nearly a thousand
$.1Ji(l to $10
Hath robes make fine
Xmas trifls. We show
hundreds in blanket ma-
terial and Terry cloth. All
color effects are here at
ilcTs O U T H IWV
Correct Clothes for Men
Are Always Just Right
For. plainer .fare lightbread. hot
rolls and the like use only
Main Line 99 1
Guaranteed and manufactured by the
Order from your Grocer but tell the Sub-
stitutor "No Sir!"
r; .. - . nun u-u.
Consider the Mothers Health
after childbirth by taking
necessary" preea ul Ions be
fore the trying ordeal
by using; "Mother's
Friend" to assist na
ture In preparing
her for the phy
iir luuuy yi-mi nil-
Remedy for I lieeq the njenns of giv
ing rellcr to thousands or
. m lliuiurm !. n nil i-ahi-
.Motnerax n.i ..tT nii imn-
celled merits and should be
In th lmm rf erorr eTDM-tmit mother. Ilriiirrtst it'll It
Rend for free book on Muthrrlxiod. Ad.lrrM Tim Brautkld
Hrxulstor Co. tot l.imnr lllilit. AtliinU Ua.
Hi so purchases of shoes tripled hurt
Venezuela Imported last year one
million dollars' worth of Amerieun
flour. Iicspite the hard times the
bakers of Caracas have reduced the
prlco of bread.
Tuya and bnnita are now being
canned in Hawaii by two American
compunles. This Industry whs for-
merly controlled by Japanese fishers.
Ten miles of ships used the l'anajiia
canal lust July tho average length of
tho vessels being 2liu.V2 feet. Leslies.
( halter of Children.
"Who can name a word with an T
In it ?" queried the teacher of the Juvc.
"Needle!" exclaimed a bright httlo
"Construct a sentence using the
word 'grewsome'" said the teacher.
"When the man slopped shaving his
whisker s srewBomo more" answered
Little Klsle lif.d been chastised for
"What's tho matter dear?" asked
her grandma. "ld vou have an acci-
dent?" "No-no grandma" sobbed Klsle "It
wasn't an a-iicchlcnt. M-niamma did
it un p-purpose." Chicago New.
cso Won't. lH-iehe You.
The Hlg lloss was consulting Nelse
the Janitor relative to the qualifica-
tions of an applicant for a place a
a. sist.il t Jr ti it r.
"I'e you know this boy's reputation
for truth and veracity?" he asked.
"as. suh; vas. suh: I guess 1 do"
"Well what is It ?"
' Vi'ell suh. he always tells do trute.
I reckon; dat Is. I nevah is ket hed
him in no lie but bout his here
v-ras'ty I'lzness in gwinter bo fair
wld vou some say he will an' sotn
say he wouyt ' Macon Telegraph.
B'l IMc l;i London M plosion.
Li i. HON fee. 6 (7 i p. m.)
1 ivcnty-six women were kilUI and
about thirty inlured by an explosion
in a munitions l ictorv last night ac
coriling to an official announcement
which adds that the effect of the no-
( Ident upon the iniinilions output will
I'e liegligil lc.
The Mad W illi the (iood.
Visitor Why ilon't vou open vour
windows and let In some fresh air?
I'l.itinan llec.iilse as sure as ve do
we'll let In some stale air that cornr t-
Ist next door starts playing about this
lime of night. Exchange
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