Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 302, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1917 Page: 5 of 14
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TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY JULY 19 1917
PIPE LINE STRIKERS
GET OTHERS' SUPPORT
Yarhola Pipe Line Company
May Shut Down Operations
at Chelsea Plant.
IlefuRal of offlrlals of the Yarhola
ripe Line company to Increase tn"
wane scale of their oil field plp line
workers to $t a duy at the Cleveland
plant has added another 150 strikers
to the rolls of thoxe who have walked
out In the Osage county field ac-.
cording to meniliers of the strikers
and at present more than 225 .men
are out of employment waiting tot
the pay to be advanced II a day.
Yesterday afternoon Ijilmr Com-
missioner Ashton wont to Skiatook.
where ho held a conference with the
strikers and officials of the company
In an effort to secure a settlement of
the differences which have arisen
The strikers In a statement made
yesterday contend that no element
lias been Injected Into the strike by
members of the I. W. W. but this Is
denied by company officials. xcal
police officers too declare that
large number of I. W. W. members
are In the city and they are of the
opinion that some of these have
drifted from the camp of strikers
which has sprung up near the enmp
of the Yarhola company near .Skla-
took. To strengthen the argument
of the police officials several mem-
bers of the I. W. W. organization ar-
rested professed to live in Hpriugfield
This is the city where the company
Is charged by the strikers of having
recruited a party of strike breakers.
Firestone Solid Truck
We do the tire business . on
Second street Watch our 677
cars. They are on the go
most all the time. Call us for
prices or we will be pleased
to call and help figure out your
401-403 KAST SECOND ST.
ONLY CIBCU8 OOMINO TO TULSA
Circus Wednesday A
Day AUGUST 1
B GREAT TRAINS Of
INCLUMNO (CORK! OT
FORUM riATUMS MVEI
WOn HUM m AMERICA
Phiuie At II moci L M.
eose oetei t i
.tae-tun tntia. II inn inn-ran
Downtown Mrkat office arena Day. st
OGTMAN'B REXALL DRUO STORE 113
South Mln St. Hun pics i at grounds.
IN THE BACK
Theft the woman's dread when ah fete
no in the morning to atari the day'e work.
-Oh how my liar achea!" HOLD MKDAI.
Ilaarleut un vaiaurn i. ......
backache of tomorrow taken eerv dajr
endi the backache for all time. I t de-
lay What's the uae ot eufferinit Heln
Inking UOI.l) MUUI. Haarlnn Oil ( spaulea
toilay ana ue rrur.ru n.m..... ...
or lour eerv day slid be permanently Ire.
from wrearhlnt diatieanlni hark pain. But
be ...re to set (IOU MKIAI.. Bince. ll.8
tiOI.II MEDAL Haarlem Oil haa been tin
National Kemedy of Holland lha (iutern-
llieflt 01 ir.a neinrrianua n.oa -
special charter authorliint Ita preparation
a id aale. The hun.ewlfe of Holland would
would wllhout her "Keal ljutrh Drnpa. aa
alio quaintly calla UtM MKDAI. H.iarlem
on i... Thi. la lha oim rcanon why
rn ii.j II. wanM and children of
Oil will linn w - -
lolland ad unrdy end rnbnat.
(KIliD sum art in pur-. .....-.
Haarlem Oil laueulee linuortcd direct Iron
the huoreturiee In Haarlem Holland. But
lie aiire 10 c wim.u - " ' " :
the name on eTerr hot. fold hy reliable
driiirfiaia in aealed nackacea three alma.
Mn'oy refunded If they do not J.elp iou.
Acc.'.t only the UOl.D iltDAL. All uttaera
Hi Mil lit nil lg HI BiMilHMVinn "li i ill KiiasaawWati.
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SCENE FROM "THE SLACKER
A photodrama of great patrlotlo appeal coming to the Talace theater three
days beginning Sunday July 22.
AUTO TAGS FROM OTHER
STATES WON'T GO HERE
SikvIiiI Instruction Hwelvod From
State ll-ailiiart-rs lo Clear
So that no automobile owners may
misunderstand the state law and the
attitude of thu highway commission.
Frank Carter was recipient yesterday
of a letter which clearly states that no
automobiles will he exempted from
paying Oklahoma license hy reason of
holding a tag from some other state.
Prosecution of offenders of this clues
will be as severe as tho they possessed
no license at all.
Exception Is granted however to
any a-itomoblllHt who has a tag Issued
:n the stales of Kansas or Texas slnre
July 1 117 or to any visitor In the
state who has not bcn here more
than thirty days. Other Knnsas and
Texas tags will not be regurded as
substitutes for Oklahoma numbers.
Acting on this suggestion .ir. Car-
ter who has charge of collecting the
.-late licenses In Tulsa will Include all
offenders of this kind In his growing
list of delinquents whom ho Is pre-
paring to prosecute In tho near future.
At present the rush of applicants
prevents Mr. Carter und his deputy
from disposing of the necessary legal
procedure whereby delinquents are to
be checked up In courts.
VOl M lV.MK C ITIi OKDIXAXCK
Applicant for License In County Court
To comply with the new city or
dinance which provides that no other
business shall be conducted In tne
same room with a pool hall one pro
prletor sprung an Ingenious surprise
yesterday by offering to out a plate
glass partition between his pool hall
and his soda fountain.
In this way the owner sUted he
would be able to oversee both enter-
prises while at the same time com-
plying with the terms of the or-
dinance which calls for an unpene-
Judge H. Lw Standeven before
whom several pool hall owner were
applying for licenses ruled that this
would not constitute a compliance
with the law and directed the man
to abandon his scheme.
Of three applicants for licenses yes-
terday none was granted the request.
All of them probably will he given
permits Saturday. If they have In the
meantime complied with the terms of
the new city regulations.
FOR BELGIAN DAY
Reward For llottle HeaTcrs.
niUMI.NOITAM July IS. A cam-
paign against the throwing of "pop
bottles" at umpires of the Southern
association baseball games was
started today when President R. II.
UmiKh sent a letter to each city In
tho league offering a reward of $15
for the arrest and conviction of any
one guilty of this offense.
i " " " " Team Standings ' ' " '
W. b. Hci I w. b. Pel.
New York f.O 2 .fl.-.sirhlra 4 4 ..100
1'hiladel. 41 311 .SMlllrooklyn 8 89 .494
Rl. Loula 44 3D ..Min'Roaton 8 41 4H1
Cincinnati 47 43 .5HHlilta 35 54 .810
COXTINt'ED KKOM PAGE ONE
mobiles. Then will como the ltotary
club In military formation.
A public reception will occur at
Hotel Tulsa from 9:30 until 10:4?
o'clock after which the visitors will
be conveyed over the city In the cars
of their special hosts. At high noon '
t'nev will be tendered a luncheon at I
the Country club. Only members of
Ik- ..I..K i . .. I
liuu vi npi'ciiiuy inviieu guests
will be admitted to the luncheon.
Captain H. Y. Arnold is In charge of
At 3 o'clock the public meeting In
Convention Hall will begin. The pro-
Selections on municipal pipe organ
Miss l.ynette Klmmons
Invocation Hev. U S. Harton
Presiding. . .Major John II. Simmons
AiidrosM of welcome on belu.if of
slate.... Governor It. 1j. Williams
Address of welcome on behalf of
city Hon. II. It. itogers
Presentation of flowers.
Selected song by quartet.
Address or. behalf of local Kelgian
Children's fund committee
Miss Mary June Hrnnett
Address Huron Monchcur head of I
Address Lieutenant Oeneral Le.
Clercq military head of mission.
Address Bishop Theophlle Meersch-
aert Oklahoma City.
Address. .. .Senator K. L. Davidson
.."Columbia We Have Answered"
Ora IJghtner Frost.
The mission's train will leave for
Little Kock at 6:40 p. in.
teach of the distinguished visitors
has been assigned to one or more spe-
cial local hosts. These hosts will have
a car at his disposal constantly and
remain with him wherever be goes.
The assignments are ns follows:
Huron Monchcur Chief of the Bel-
gian Special Mission E. V. Sinclair
C. E. Crawley F. L. Moore.
Lieutenant General LeClerq Chief
of the Kelgian Military Mission to the
United States U. R. McCullough
F; 1 1 ire no I.orton G. N. Wright.
Major Osterrieth First Itegiment of
Guliles Belgian Army A. L. Farmer
W. K. Guiberson Edgar de Meules.
Lieutenant Count DX'rset Second
Foglment of Guides Belgian Army
M. C. Hale Roy Uotman George Wll-
liamcon. Hugh Gibson In charge of party as
reprenentatlve of thu Secretary of
State F. 11. Greer W. U Lewis
Captain T. C. Cook. U. S. A. Mili-
tary Able to Oeneral Leclercq Alva
Mies. H. G. IiHeau Captain Moon.
.Inmes G. Whlteloy of the Unlgian
Legation Dana H. Kelsey E. It.
I erry V. F. Connelly.
D. W. Fisher Department of Stale
10. A. Wilcox Dan J. Davisson Alf.
Thornton Smith of the Associated
Press L. B. Myers Glenn Condon.
Governor H. U William li. M.
McFarlln S. It. Lewis.
Bishops und Priests J. E. Wade.
SuiiLsli lllots Suppressed.
SAN SEliASTIAN. Spain July 18.
Disorders here caused by strikers
have been suppressed by the police.
Today's Specials at Vandever's
Wash Dresses at
Values $7.50 to $12JI)
One lot of Dresses In white; fancy and solid
colors; materials urn voiles linens fancy gln;(-
hums and rlmmbrays; regular values frnru
$i.50 tip to $12;.r.0. Special price (J J?f
'or Thursday your choice iDOaOU
Dresses Special at $9J5
a i iii-s $i5.no to n..-io.
One lot of Dresses; very stylish models. In
voiles fancy ginghams linens chumbiays and
gntiurdlncs; regular prices were $15.00 to
$17.60. Special Thursday choice of (JQ Qf?
this lot for ipUtUO
Evening and Silk Dresses
One-II alf Price
Our entire remaining stuck of Evening Dresses
and Silk Dresses reduced for Thursday to
OM.-ll l.l' I'UU'H
Sale of Wash Skirts
We have placed on sale our entlro stork of Wash Skirts
at the following price reductions:
$1.00 Skirts at NOc
$1.50 Skirts nt Il.2."
$1.75 Skirts at $1.15
$:'.50 Skirts at $2.10
$.1.50 Skirts at $:UM
$1.50 Skirts at $.1115
$5.00 Skirls at $1110
$il.50 Skirts at $5511
$7 50 Skirts at $11110
$1.50 Skirts at $7110
$10.00 Skirts at $H.t)0
$2.75 Waists at $1.98
Linen Waists; made with colored collars of batiste; regu
lar $2.76 value. Special Thursday
VANDKVKIt'S TIIIltD FLOOll
Special Sale of
For Thursday we offer at the
following special prices Children's
White .Dresses In voltes nets and
$12.50 Dresses ages 8 to 16. Spe-
cial price $9.5
$10.00 Dresses uges 8 to 16. Spe-
cial price $H.50
$8.00 Dresses ages 10 to 16. Spe-
cial price $0.50
llurgiiln Tables of Mine.
One table of Women's Two-Tone
Pumps In patent and while ivory
and white tan and white and two-
tone gray; Louis covered heels; all
sizes; regular $6.00 values. Speclnl
Thursday (Jn J p
tho pair .. J)W4t)
One table Women's Oxfords and
Pumps. Fur quick clearance we
will closo them out at
Olio lot of Children's Two-Strap
Pumps In velvet dull and white
canvas. Speclnl Thursday to closo
out we offer them FIQrt
pair at DcC
SALE THICKS ON LADIES' AND
MISSES' PI MPS AM) OXIOIIDS
Sale Prices on All
$1.00 Values 7tC
$1.25 values $1.10
values $1 t
$3.00 values $2.45
Fifty new patterni of fine Scottish
Ginghams In large pluids suitable
for trimming and dresses.
Priced the yard DUC
One lot of 42-Inch Voile In floral
designs; our regular 25c and 35c
values. Special all day
Thursday per yard
One lot of Lorain Tissue Ginghams
In stripes and checks; regular 35o
values. Special Thursday
One bit of fancy White Goods In-
cluding fancy organdies voiles and
embroidered Swiss; 42 Inches wide;
values to 65e. Special QQ
Thursday tho yard JC
Japanese Luncheon Sets; size 63x
63 with six napkins to match.
One lot Cretonne Bungalow Sets;
regular $1.50 values. .Spec In I all
day Thursday OQ
tho set tOC
Fancy' Embroidered und Ijice-
Trlmmed Dresser Scurfs; white and
colors; size 18x45; regular 76c
vuliie. Special Thursday JjJJJ
One lot of Fancy Parasols: all
styles und colors; values range from
$10.00 to $25.00. To close out
Thursday at . . . OV EH ALF PHICE
Ladles' Parasols In many different
shapes and colors; values up to
$5. Special Thursday
One lot of Children's Parasols In all colors; values up to 85c;
special Thursday each
One lot of Children's Parasols; values tip to $1.25. Special all
day Thursday each
Today we will offer an extra good and large
collection of remnants accumulated from our
Pomtiofif TaTT v clearance sales. Choice short lengtns ot all
J&uinnclirL Uay kinds of piece goods on sale until noon at
100 pieces of Fancy and Plain Hair Ttlb-
bon; values up to 85c.
Special the yard afjl
100 bolts of Fancy Extra Wide Ribbon;
In many new designs and patterns; plain
and fancy. Special Thursday QF
Ver yard Otll
Kayser Silk Gloves
White Silk Oloves with black stitching
and black with white stitching; regular
$1.00 value. Special Thursday rTQ
the pair I C
One lot of Kayser Silk Gloves In gray
black pongee and white; regular $1.25
value. Special Thursday QQ
per pair tfOC
STEAL AUTO AT COURTHOUSE
Mrs. G. It. Johnson Vbdtlng Nurse
Sees Tlilof Drive Away.
It was further demonstrated yes-
terday that the courthouse Is a poor
place to look for Ideal conditions as
regards Justice morals and the like
A Ford automobile belonging to Mrs.
O. H. Johnson was stolen at 8:30
o'clock In the afternoon from In front
of the tribunal of county Justice.
Mr .Tnimann. who la temporary
visiting nurse for the Humane society
hnd Just rinlsnea a nve-minuie con-
versation with Humane Agent A. M.
Welch. As she walked from the base
ment door of tho building she saw a
man driving away with hor automo-
bile. Mrs. Johnson notified the police and
by means of an accurate description
hopes to catch the culprit
WOULD EVADE CITY ORDINANCE
Name of Four Oklahomans Kent to
Senate by ITi-wiili-nt WIIhoii.
World'a Waalilng-ton bureau
704 Mitriiolitan Hank llullilinf.
WASHINGTON. July 18 President
Wilson sent to the senate today tne
following nominations for Oklahoma
postmasters: Bonnie A. Coley David-
son; Frank A. Ming Hramun; David
M. Watson Francis;' Wharton II.
OFFICER'S POCKET IS PICKED
Frank Carter Former Culled Stalin
Secret Sen Ice Man Iiosc $H.
In the old days of the Indian ter-
ritory the name of Frank Curtr car-
ried feer lo the heart of every man
who run afoul of the law. No trans-
gressor would knowingly come within
the sume county.
Hut time has changed. Tho coming
of the metropolis has brought on a
struta of thieves who d. not recognize
the fame of the pioneers or at least
who do not exercise due cure In se-
lecting their victims.
For Frank Carter state automobile
Inspector und one of the most noted
officers In Oklahoma was relieved of
ja Tuesday night while aslvop In his
room In a local hotel. Mr. Carter's
chief concern Is over tho fact that tho
robber also made away with a picture
of Mrs. Carter for which the officer
offers a reward of another $8 with
no iiuestlons usked.
Censorship Closes Down
on All Atlantic Cables
WASHINGTON. July IS. Exten-
sion of the cuble censorship to all
trans-Atlantic messages was formally
ordred today by Secretary Dunlels
under the authority of President Wil-
son's executive order of April it-
W. I. Pn.i W. L. Pet.
ChlrafO 85 81 .640retrnl 48 41 .512
Boaton h 82 .11141 Wand. 82 50 .890
Cleveland 4 40 .541Phtla. HI 40 SKS
New York i 39 .519181. Loula 83 53 .884
Waatarn Aaaoelattoa. i
W. b. I'rt.l W. 1. Pot I
MrAlealer AO 42 .f.Mrokla. C. 51 5.1 .400 !
Muiknxee I0 4T .SftllHenlaon 50 53 .470'
rt. Smith 55 4.4 .M4 TI I.H V 44 64 .4.11 I
Sherman 53 52 .5001 Ardmor 41 Oil .428 i
V. I.. J'rt I V. I.
Pallaa 19 40 .(ix:ilVaro ltd 3
Kt. Worth 5S 49 .512'S. Antonio 49 SI
llouaton 54 61 6'l2l.Shreveport 45 03
V. . I.. Pi t
5 40 .rR:i!('ilumhtia
44 !I7 ..lilMMinneep.
45 40 .52MiMllwaukea
W. I. pri I w. 1. pft
D. Volne 58 82 .(.: HOmaha 44 4:1 .608
Lincoln 4!) 37 .670irnvar 4:1 44 .4114
Hinux City 4i 40 .82 St. Joaeph 84 VI .406
Jophn 45 41 .52ilWirhlta 80 57 .1)45
EpSFi2imcB me Best Tssi(ClhL2r
Our Specialties Are:
" : Games Today"'
Hherman at Tnlaa.
Mntkoff. at Ardmore.
VrAlralrr at Oklahoma City.
Fort bmith at lleniaon. .
Pltlabtirdi at Morion.
Cincinnati at 1'hiladiOphla.
Chiragu at New York.
Kt. Iuili at Brooklyn.
Vaihlnirtnn at 81. 1-ouin
Philadelphia at Cleveland.
New York at Detroit.
Iloiton at Chics go. .
American ' Aaaociation.
Milwaukee at l.ulavliie.
Kanvaa City at Indianapolis. .
tit. Paul at t'olumhutf. . i
UlnnraiHilla t Toledo.' '. '
Waatern Leagta. .
Peneer at Omaha.
Wichita at Lincoln.
Jonlin at Hlnua City
St. Joaeph st Uia UulnaaV
We Do Not Perform. Miracles
We do not perform miracles but we do say that
if you are seeking the aid of skilled reliable Spe-
cialists we can show you in the first place that we
are the oldest established Specialists in Tulsa or
surrounding community. We can assure you and
prove to you that we have hundreds of cured and
satisfied patients upon our clientele. We have
been located fn Tulsa 12 years; we limit our practice
to our specialties. We have built up a splendid
practice during our long years in Tulsa. We did
not do this in making large and golden promises
and we want our ability to merit your confidence.
Under no condition will we accept an incurable case.
Our prices are always reasonable. No man too
poor to get our best services. We have such a huge
patronage that we can give you a very low price.
No excuse for any one to be without treatment. Do
not procrastinate longer when this opportunity is at
Does 12 years of successful
practice in Tulsa appeal to
CHRONIC DISEASES OF MEN AND WOMEN
SEXUAL WEAKNESS AND DEBILITY
HYDROCELE AND VARICOCELE
PROSTATIC AND KIDNEY TROUBLE
UNNATURAL DRAINS AND DISCHARGES
OLD SORES AND ULCERS
Treated successfully with "GOG" combined with our
own special treatment. Our price for this treat-
ment during July will be $15.00. This treatment is
the result of years of study and experiment. We
dare say we have treated more cases of this char-
acter than any specialist or firm of specialists in
the southwest. Many cases are sent to us by Physi-
cians in the surrounding towns. This shows you in
what light we are held by the physicians at large.
on. Mccarty & newlon
TWELFTH YEAR IN TULSA
212io SOUTH MAIN
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