Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 302, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1917 Page: 3 of 14
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TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY JULY 19 1917
KEEPS A RESORT
R. R. Shacklctt Sapulpa Ar-
rested as Alleged Ill-Fame
SPITE WORK SAYS ACCUSED
Claims Charge Is Result of
Ousting Policeman From
His Rooming House.
World Vrpr k County tlurpau
llt'i Kant liubuon.
SAl'I I.l'A okla.. Jjly IS A real
sensation developed here today when
It. H. Khacklett Bald to tin a former
minister and uctlve In law enforce
ment circles was arrested on a chare
of keeping a house of HI fume. Hhaek-
lett Ih lessee of the Merry building
the second lamest structure In the
city and It la this property thut Mo-
torcycle I'olleeinan Tom Hrenlenner.
the coinplnlnltiK Mituess declare t )
be a bawdy house. Khacklett nave
125 bond when he waa hrouKht
Into court this afternoon for his ap-
Allcvotl No ItcjriMi-r.
Informal Ion In tho case chances
fthacklctt knowingly permitted wo-
men of the underworld to cotiKroKate
In the building located In the heart
of tho bu Ml n can dlMtrlct for Immoral
purposes. It la further chanted that
no reKlater waa kept In the InilldlnK
which Is used exclusively for a room-
Several couples have been arrested
In the bulldlni; when the police mudu
Claims Spile Work.
Khacklett declared that his arrest
was nothing but spile work on the
part of the irrostlnt; officer. lie
said HrenlcnKor had a room In tho
building and that he had ordered him
to leave but so far he had refused to
move out. The case will come tip
In municipal court tomorrow urtor-
noon. For sometime Khncklett has held a
responsible position with the Hul-
ncss Men's league of this city.
TO HONOlt TVIjNA lAt.lNKIIlS
the home remedy
for sick skins
When someone in the family de-
velops an itching patch of rash or
eczema you want something that
will give immeiiiatt relief and heal
the trouble before it has a chance
to become serious. The success of
Kesinol for skin-troubles has been
proven by years of use by physi-
cians and in the home.
Reiinol it alto a valuablt hailing drCMinf
(or cliaiinai cut burnt and tort places f tn-
tralljr. Sulci by all drutriits.
Kapulpn Will (live Itannuct for All
"Hoys" In t'oniHtny A.
YVor'd Creolt County Bureau
1111 Kat llolonn.
SA l'l'U'A kla. July IS. Dans
are under way for a big rereiitlon and
aend-off for tho mamhera of the
Tulsa engineering; corps to be staved
here Friday night. July 27. There nre
perhaps more than a dozen Sapulpa
men In the company and for this rea-
son every effort la being made to have
tho corps here to Join In tho celebra-
tion on that night. Arrangements for
the affair are in the hands of Oconee
Stelnhorst. promoter of the new Sa-
pulpa city band and an elaborate pro-
gram of music anil speeches Is being
Kfforls are being1 made to arrange
for tho arrival of the corps over the
FrNco early In tho evening and they
will he escorted from the depot to
the downtown section by tho band
after which they will give an exhibi-
tion ot drills. Prominent speakers
have signified their wllllmrness to be
present and muko short talks.
Til H YUUSli LADY
j across tuk way
DEMURRAGE RATES IN
Tulsa Traffic Association Rep-
resented at Hearing; Pe-
troleum Rates Changed.
ACCr.SRS IHtlMKIfJITS MAYOIt
Kstocritlvc nnil Council Asked tit .
plain Park Pnnil Kxpcmlltiirrs.
Wor'.d Creek County llureau
1 IH 14 Kt.t llnluon.
MtirMliHlllT. Okla. July 1 8.
Flatly charKliiff Mayor W. K. Nlcndc-
mus and the cltv council with misap-
propriating IIS. 000 of the park fund
and that $560 had been paid to City
Attorney Charles H. Steele and others
unlawfully petitions demanding that
tho money be restored and signed bv
a number of citizen wre Introduced
at a meeting of the council last nIKh'.
They were ordered tabled and no ac-
tion was taken on either. . .
According to the petition tho $18.1
Tho young lady across the way says
tho map of tCurope changes so rapidly
that she notices the newspaper corre-
spondents guard ugalnst mistakes by
saying things happened Somewhere in
Franco without trying to name the
000 was spent for purposes other than
building of porks In 115 when par:;
bonds In tho sum of $20000 were
voted at a special election. Hut $2000
of this amount remains ami the pe-
tition alleges the balance was unlaw-
fully divided hy the town bourd
among Aaron T'rumrlght and others.
At tho time of the alleged misuse of
the park funds the tnvn council was
composed of V. K. Mcodcmux (). C.
Klllott and U K. (ilbson.
A second petition bearing the sig-
natures of the same signers of the
first declares that the Hum of $ r ti 0 .
representing funding bonds Issued by
the city this year waa paid to the city
uttorney and others unlawfully hy
orders of tho muyor and the city
The signers of both petitions called
upon thn city officials to take Im-
mediate steps to replace tho tH.OoO
alleged to have been spent unlawfully
back Into the park fund and to return
the funding bunds to the city
Motor ones for Miami.
Retrial to The World.
MIAMI. Okla. July 18. With
Miami taking on the appearance and
burdens of a real city the question
of auto parking has come before the
city cot.iml.'rloners. Miuml has a
many automobiles If not more than
any city of Its size In the state on
account of Miami being the headquar-
ters for lead and zinc. All of this ha
caused the commissioners to pass a
ruling clearing (J rand avenue of auto's
for one block ens' and west of Main
etreot. This will glvo considerable
more room on Central avenue i;nd
will allow the heavy traffic of thn
business tlUtrlrt to now pas without
congestion as has been the case here-
tofore on very busy days.
Secretary K. N. Adams of the Tulsa
Traffic I'ssoclatlon attended a hear-
ing before the corporation commis-
sion of Oklahoma July 10. when tho
matter of tleiiiuriagu rules was heard.
The commission had already none
Into tho matter very thoroughly and
In view of the car conditions nil over
the country and the necenslty for the
movement of troops and war mutu-
rial.i tt was decided to give the car-
riers Increased rates on demurrage as
After the usual free time of 4S
hours the demurrage rate will bo
per cur per day for tho first five
days and $5 per cur per day for tho
sixth and each succeeding day.
The average aKt'eemeut was not
In forco aguln the same to operate
alike 011 state and Interstate traffic
the same credits being allowed on
stato traffic us on interstate traffic
and credits In the release of cars to
hi allowed to work In either state or
The traffic association is Just In
receipt of advice from tho Interstate
commerce commission to the el feet
that the carriers have agreed to can-
cel ull tariffs or supplements to tar-
iffs Increasing class and commodity
rates on Inteistato trufllc which are
now under suapeusioii by the Inter-
state commerce commission which
will cover everything In which Tulsa
Is Interested with the exception of
Investigation and Ruspenston docket
1024 known as tho southwestern po-
tMo case Increasing the rates on po-
tetoes carloads from Colorado polnta
to Oklahoma points. Tho cancellation
of these various supplements cancels
tho Increase In rates on petroleum
and Its products to Oklahoma and tho
advance in cIiiks rates applying be-
tween .Missouri Kansas Arkansas and
Texas on the 0110 hand and Okla-
homa iui tho other. These ure the
most Important Items In which Okla-
homa Is interested.
EXTRA SPECIALS TODAY SELLING AT
Kahn's July Clearance
I I Sale
1.10 ladles' White Voile Dresses
regular $S.50 values choice at l US
250 Ijidles' nud Misses' Wash
Skirts values to $ I 2 Ml In the veiy
beat materials go fur two days
at UNO to 1 1 ."ill
Waists in all sizes voiles orgnndy.
crepe. In fancy colors anil plain
regular $1.60 to $2.00. Choice for
two days' selling nt IMto
All Muslin 1'nderwcar goes for two
days 0M:-I'MII(I SAMNti
$2. HO quality Taffeta 8(1 inches
wide plain or fancy colors. Your
choice for two days ut yard. $I.4H
$1.50 quality Ilungalow Aprons In
percales and French glni:haiiis;
stripes dots and checks. Choice
two days ut . . ttMc
lrO0 nirls' Dresses regular 11.50
to $2.50 values. Two days' selling
Sfi-lnch Fancy Cambric l'ercalo
regular 26c yard. For two days'
selling yard I Ac
Sri-Inch Kleached Muslin regular
20c yard quality; fine and soft. Two
days only 7 yards for $1011
$1.25 quality Sheets slo 72x90 or
Slx'JO only limited quantity. For
two days' selling each HV
llest quality 25c Pillow Slips stand-
ard brand; sizes 42x311. For two
days' selling each I IK'
1500 good size white lie dspreiids
for two days' selling at each. .$1111
F.xtru heavy embossed white or col-
ored lledspreails. regular $4 50
quality. Two days' selling your
choice each fl.iH
18x311 good quality I tilth Towels;
regular 2."ic quality. For two days'
selling only five for 81.00
Hoys' regular 60c Waists any style
anil all sizes. Two days' selling
75c and $1 00 Hoys' Wash Punts;
ull sizes. For two days' selling
Hoys' extra flue and soft Waists;
full range sizes; regular $1.00 seller.
Two days choice at 7."ic
Men's $1 00 Athletic I'nion Hulls;
fine quality materials. Two days'
selling each nllc
Men's $1.25 Halbrlggan or Poms
Knit I'nion Suits ull sizes. Choice
two days each 7.V)
Men's $1.25 and $1.50 Shirts; all
styles anil sizes. In new stripes
plaids and checks. Two days' sell-
ing each 11.00
Men's l'ultii Heach and Cool Cloth
Hulls go In one lot for two days'
selling your choice ffl.ftO
Men's Fxtra Trousers In summer
weight woolens go for two days
Men's $5.00 nnd $4 00 Panama
Mats. Choice for two days' selling
Men's $3.00 Htraw Hals In one lot
your choice for two days' selling
Men's $1.50 and $2.00 Htraw Hals
In one lot for two days' selling
ROXANA SUES EMPLOYES
FOR ALLEGED RAKE-OFF
Claims $:1S000 or Moro From O. V.
t.oldrlcli uuil V. C. linker. Ills
Contending that O. V. C.oldrlch.
head of their land and lease depart-
ment and W. C. Huker. bis usslstant.
received several thousand dollars us
Illegitimate commissions tho Itoxana
Petroleum company filed suit In dis-
trict court yesterday to collect $35000
nvd whatever else Is found to be uuo
Tho Itoxana people claim that
floltlrlch nnd Huker were working on
substantial salaries and that there was
110 provision for them to do any busi-
ness outsldo of their duties with the
STATIC -MAY I'lUHlK GKAIX II UK
(From Tulsa World June 27 1917)
PAINT MAKES BLAZE
DURING HARD FIGHT
Firemen Work More Than an
Hour to Save Building on
For more than an hour last night
firemen fought flamea In tho Ilrown
ft Canfield paint and wall-paper shop
at 111 South Huston before the fire
was extinguished and tho entire
building saved from a fierce fire
which soon would have been fed by
several hundred gallons of oils
paints and varnishes toward which
the hlaza was headed when cut off
by the firemen.
While no cause was given for the
blaze which did several thousand
dollars worth of damage It Is sus-
pected thut It had Its origin In some
waste rags or paper which became
Ignited thru spontaneous combustion.
$10000 of high grade
and up-to-date Wall
Paper slightly dam-
aged by smoke in our
recent fire goes on
AND CONTINUES UNTIL ENTIRE
LOT IS DISPOSED OF
Everything rocs at a mere fraction of the origi-
nal price. This paper was only slightly dam-
agde by smoke on the outside of the rolls; will
riot show after being hung.
Save one-half the usual cost of paper-
ing your home by patronizing
this Big Fire Sale.
W. T. BROWN & CO.
114 South Boston
Marsluil Ks-ks IX Uills of Crock Comi-
ty IolriH-tloii from Sheriff.
World Crrek County llureau
1 19 'A KkI II.jIj.oii.
BAI'iri.TA Ok la. July IS. It Is
prohabln that un Investigation will bo
conducted by the state fire marshal of
the setting fire to and burning of two
thousand bushels of iraln yesterday
morning on the farm of Samuel I Jail v.
three miles northwest of olive. Tho
fire maiMluil In a telephone conversa-
tion with Sheriff Wootter today In-
quired an to details of the fire and
oh lea tod ho would send an assistant
hero at once.
Iully and the county officials are
rertaln that the burning of the wheat
And cats was dun to a llrebug ns the
grain was piled In three widely
Hcpuratcd Htaeks. liloidhounds were
unable to track tho Incendiary and no
arrest a have been made yet. The loss
Is nearly $2000.
HOARD tilKSTS OK KISTKU CITY
Cluivmoro Library Commissioners At-
tend CoIHilsvIIIc lcdlt'atimi.
8porla1 to Th World.
CI.ARK.MOKK. Okla. July ID The
Claremore C'arncglo library board re-
cently successful in securing a Curne-
gio library for Claremore to cost
$10000 went to ColUnsvllle on Invita-
tion Tuesday night to attend the dedi-
cation ceremonies of the Carnegie
library at that place. Those to make
up tho party were K S. Hobson city
attorney who Is president of the
library hoard; Mesdames John Q.
Adams M. H. Church and Messrs.
John Muyberry K. H. Llghtncr and
K. Y. O'Hannon.
jid;k is kmaij iox victim
County Official First I'crsoii Ilo
Stricken at Tuhlcquali.
BpteUl to Tho World.
TAHIEQI;AII Okla. July 18.
County Judge J. 1). Cox Is seriously 111
at hl home here suffering from
smallpox. An order tiuurantlnlng the
home of the Judge was Issued by the
county health officer Monday after-
noon. This Is the first case of the
disease to develop In the town In several-
ears and ao fur aa known there
has been but one case In the county
Claremore Hunker ItctiiniR.
Sfuri.l to The World.
CI.AKKMOKK Okla. July !. K.
O. Huyless president of tho National
Hank of Claremore returned Monday
from a several weeks' visit to points In
the east. He passed over the Oorgo
route Niagara Italia the day follow-
ing the accident In which several cars
went over the embankment nnd Into
the Niagara river a number of people
losing their lives.
Ml lini'lls Strong nil Hellglon.
COPK.NHAOKN July 18. A strong
strain of religious devotion verging
on relljflous mvstlclsm. Is one of the
outstanding- charoitcrlstlcs of I'r.
Mlchaelln. According to those ac-
quainted with him the new chancellor
believes In the dlrert guidance and
Inspiration of the dlety in daily af-
fairs and endeavors to base his actions
and policy upon his Interpretation of
the divine will.
Railway Company S"IU Coal.
run.ADKLPHIA July 19. The
Pennsylvania railroad company today
announced that it has sold all its an-
thracite mining properties and col-
leges to N. A. llanna & Co. of Cleve-
land.. The terms ot the sale were not
Fxploslon In" German Factory.
AMSTKKIMM July 18 The Neues
Tageblatt of Stuttgart Germany re-
ports that on Saturday a great ex-
plosion occurred at th Kaiser Wll-
helm Welgnenbach factory. The
bulldinr was destroyed.
Largest Shoe Sale Ever Given in Tulsa
MEN'S OXFORDS OXFORDS AND PUMPS FOR WOMEN MISSES
AND CHILDREN AT
SPECIAL TODAY: 750 PAIRS MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S OX-
FORDS TODAY EACH 98c
SAND SPRINGS HOSPITAL
SUED FOR $5000 DAMAGES
Cnrclcssiii-ss anil Inefficiency of Au-
thorities Alleged In llurrclsoii
Claiming thnt carelessness of at-
tending ph)slciuns and Internes
caused an operation on him to buvo
u totally adverse effect John II. llnr-
relson filed suit In superior court yes-
terday for $fj000 dainuges from the
While Ilrothers sanitarium ut Sand
Springs and Churles 1'uge owner of
Ilurrelson stated In his petition that
he underwent an operation In the hos-
pital rn March 27 1917 and thut his
condition has been worse since the
operation than before. Titer careless-
ness and Inefficiency are charged by
tho plaintiff as reasons for the fail-
ure of the operation.
APPOHTIOXMF.NT IS I'llOTI-STI :i
Conneetk-ut Declare lln Government
Drafts Too Many From Thut State.
HAItTFOKD. Conn. July 18 The
Connecticut state council of defense
today Instructed Its chairman to send
a letter to the secretary of war and
copies of It to l'rovost (leneral
Crowdcr Director Clifford of the
council of national defense and tho
state's congressional delegation to the
effect that the council "must Insist
that a new method of apportioning
the state (luotas bo fixed and thut
Connecticut receive crodlt for tho
excess of men under the first draft."
It was cited that the state should
not Insist upon tho government recti-
fying tho mistake in the first esti-
mates now us such action would delay
FOHM NFW MI MCirAI OFFICF.
Clerkship to Water anil Light Depart-
ment (Touted ut Clurcmnrc.
Hpi-rial to Tlio World.
CI.AKKMOItK July 18 Tho city
council at ils meeting last night creat-
ed tho offlco of clerk of tho mu-
nicipally owned light und water de-
partment tho Incumbent of such of-
fice to bo appointive by the mayor anil
subject to the confirmation of the
The duties of tho clerk of the light
und water department will bo to keep
the Ijooks of the department attend
to tho collection of the light and water
bills monthly collect for und Issue ull
licenses keep truck of the meters.
Morris Kiici-iimIs (.iilbrle.
WAHMIMIToN July 18. Koland
R. Morris of 1'hiladelphla has been
chosen for appointment ns ambassa-
dor to Japan to succeed tho lute Am-
bassador (luthrle. It Ih understood
he Is persona grata to Japan und that
tho nomination will go to tho aenute
Captain Itinul Dies In France.
IlKSSKMKIt Mich. July 18. Word
was received here that Captain
Charlca Hund of this city had died In
Franco July 6 from natural causes.
Captain Itund left America for Kurope
as a member of tho first contingent
under (leneral Pershing.
J I -way. It's a
tnittad of breaking
the teal and ttariiig
opn the entire top
of the package tear
off part of the top
Clgaretto In paper
package of Iwantjr
are carried mote
handily thit way and
kaep better; leas like-
ly to apill into your
pocket. It'a eaay to
do and woitb dwlng.
TRAINING SCHOOL for NURSES
Yftiinc Udlri nror for Rrl Crou
work (if compiMIng fount of training
at in nuonyinia noipuai
Our haw X-lUjr la now mad for
our ration. W arc now nrpjurorj t
photograph bunei itoinarh. kldnura
tnailoidi ttr. Htia u ptirauiialljr for
Cactus to the Rescue I
Got corns? Haven't you
felt at timet that you'd
ust drop it you didn t
ave instant relief? Well.
any drug store is a First
Ask the drutftrist for a bottle)
of Caelum I He
Mad br CACTI'S RKMKDT CO.
Is and has been for 70 years the most
prompt and reliable cure for I liar.
rtHMii Dysentery ami t bobni Infan-
tum.. As these diseases often come
In the nlKht every home should be
prepared to check them without delay
by bavin Wakefield's lllackberry
Balaam on hund. It never fails. All
drtiKKlsts sell It. Full sl.u bottle 3G
V RELIEVES ECZEMA "TT
I Tttr Hli Rhim. I I
' I I . Wiplo Hals I I
II Sbaul l U III
I I Jk LmuA for lb two I I M
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Ttae ay CM Kill
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Kuirci is km
M MUM Vie vl
IADIES $1000 REWARD!
WIH tor art-eat
of k onire)t
09. j. no riatrm pain or i ntn 'rri w.
W lniM Krr fth 2 io iwmn MU
Wriio tod a
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