Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, September 21, 1917 Page: 4 of 12
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TULSA DAILY WORLD FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1917
THE TULSA DAILY WORLD
OFFICIAL IdTV AXD COUHTT ?APKR.
Pvbll.Scd by Wei-Id pbUilmiCorpttr .
tl OK.NK Lukioa. . ... .'. Bella
ClwlS. E UKlvT Me.g
r. O. LAttSOJH Buelea : '
UIJ..NN ttlMiON Managing Kaiio
BAKRY K. HI'DION Adverllalng Manager
iwii'b.f at Ike Audit bureau of Circa llo.
k.ulared a. fcetobd Cla.. Mailer. .
Ht.b.t nation Prion: lly Wail Oel-
tAILY A.M 8LNDAV oa year . .. ?
1'AILY ONLY. .
6UMIAY ONLY on. year
ua;i.y ani mjnda.
Br Carrier Tu.a 10 renta p.'.'
AUGt HT liKtl LATIUN.
Tetnl flail iirruielion V?
Total N.r Paul
Average Dniy Circulation J!!'4
Averace N f-aid . ..
I. II K. Hi:ll..ck. eirrnlatlun manager ol "
Tulta Iiedy World duly .worn on an.
do on ii r that the above itln''
true the l.t of uiy knowledge "d x"'y
H. K Hulork. rirn.l.tioa n.an.gcr. h"'
eribed and esorn to before rr.c ttiia 3rd day
f r-eplcmher. 117 Willi Whitlnioie .Wary
Public ball ly coanue.ion eipun Juu"
"iiKsium ok i m: associa i r.i i kl-ss
'the Axoriatid pre la eieiu.ivtir n-
til nl to I lie use for r-ublralion of all
m credited to it or not utherwi.e rr-dlleil
In Una paper and al.o the loral lew. pcO
ll.hed herein All right of reiiubliralon ol
ejen.l di-apatrhe. beiein r ei.s ree-aved.
Phones : All Departments G000
TUE D1SC0VEBT or A BOUL.
The pr'mf of a u.u it t!ie dir-KiT trt.
That k!.t' hi'ty ta t Uf oitt ot li-it.
lip i -1 T t arrn !u ifci? lur utk tit jnu't
K-..I h t I. to'..
Hit i -rh j ' uti'l f i nintonj 11 )ou
u tin I f-l; tun ftl
AndJ j r i ui'ii 1 1. 1- mr bruWe out ou U
r its t.tni l .
For iv-ii. lie iu U4kru(i r Uit y would
TT J ;.t r r r
Hf r-ruf-u a olt ''.t Ui Ite world the kind
tt.l iu. l t (It
That tt-4 m.ito jt ts.oufii to rit
i r..J r
1.1 r. cUffa -(;.
But f M ii k.k tUr vkkrf .l worid tulf
fl.r :i i ai ;
TtT t a-T r : t r nied u d.r it rt hr J nd
4r t f t ac t luu
It !rt f r:: -d fco mi.trh re (ord Lii
t . ! 1! C 1 M
At-! ! f i v 4 s:r r.i Sinj-f-t e'd
; n : r t' xjix l.ff
But rvl tv .A4r. ihif brili.t
E If . if k; ty V;ltwt ft 1T.
l' f or
Ab f :k-t W r-.i for
crt r f x-rr'dl h .f s I
Tt?t rT' jru.i-t jtcifit! drjOuiiCli.(;
tsaf tr: i
Ax-4 r" t rv ! .--'Vtb zj lc krd ft tuia
I r : f m ftr tt.ok lKut our
kaft-vl W r
Atl imi )Oi ! tf.li; ivi one lon.e n iJiff
IB h. 14 '
If kc ktWl . i; iTatld tQ f'fitll ou sail would
If fc had tlnd a )rar ro brnrnth irarc
Vnjiut tit iiH-innijr wru'd ir hrvu. cf huu
our ttinj;i would In.
W Kit mild hiiw missi-d I.: it Klnnilid worth
Wi Khould tiitvr ni'.lf ! !iiui Iruil
And lifted liim htunnj; the weak mid lurry
Mini Vk liu full.
But (iw inrntH hud iiiftrkod liU end lie
would hiivf iuhk.m! uuiiiouriii tl
Pi rh tv thn . hu km w him brut in
diff iM'i-iitly n-uriiMl.
But tiiiw hi r.ininlt. hmiui: uh ull ryiH l.riht
mid hmiltlt'ii 1 1 no
A Rtri)ii; dr'vmln tif lh fuiili; a in an will.
wm k Id mi
And i( hf dim. hu Hit me sliilL find its j)lftr
on liiht'irv 'n n'V(ill
The ii'.t iliimn- U.ih ri-vrnld to turn tlu-
ttliirlidttl' ft In h uut
tnpyuKlit ll 1 7 Kdjrar A. (iurnt.
liu.st.iv. llnst.iv. while art thou
Areiitiiia is hccnniinir more umi
Diore an ti.tenie ally ull the lime.
its a biave Ftiaw but that will
ahow i'.M'K ti.ihiy.
I'll. br II. is are :oiiik vip. Tliia i
tio i.ii.cli. too n.uch.
The t hi' f min of the new Liberty
moioi is to make the air t.i.fe tor de-
Ilevevn Just at thiH time. Tulsans
arent deeply interested in the out-
come of the coal rontrovc my
Jiiidrrs wi.i do will to Hay uwuy
fror.i H.'iv.u.a. il.is. line retails for
the ".: auin of il 110 per Klion.
At lae't ' Iiil.ep kll.di.v Htep for-
watd ai.J iiipi-it the 'Samiuj ' liat.
Veo. yen to le suit: ll oiieJinaUd in
In Wichita bootlefclni; is booties-
r'lii;. A I 'it l r of "'11 boils recently
reriived there contained two fiuarts
tif w 1 ;:n.y.
T I'.. I.iau;ht of S.'iinilia has found
cue wav of lieatniK the dr.it I. He
Iii.tn ii; d to hav e Inmsi'lf Hentencetl to
the. In the electric chair
All I'm tuj.':il is In u state of hcIrc
ownn.R lo a tii'iicral strike. Portugal
rortiiKul? What sti.te is that place
the capital of?
OriR'in laws arc obviously out of
kelter. While there Is no limit to
the number of Insurance n.;eiits.
therr is a law iniiitit p the nuiiiln i' of
stiotunii a man may carry with hiiii.
Connect It ut recently repealed I pi
blue laws llowiver Connecticut had
a rii;ht to. The law hr Riven a fair
trial it hnviiiR been enacted eoni';
three hundred years uro.
"Kukhiu Kemiiiiliie; Military Power"
ii contention of headline. After they
reRuin It we hope they will stick
around the front Iohr enough to ac-
complish u little Rood.
If It hadn't been for the niorniriR
papers the latest "Russia's most rrj-
ou crisis" would never have been
known to the public. It acorned to
tiuve developed ulcus about bud-tune
mid viis nil over Just about the time
the grapefruit was tackled.
"Only fools believe we hhall ever
give up IUru." exeluiiried a person in
the relchstiiR last Thursday. America
Is filled with those kind of fools some
who arc ho foollBh that they will bet
the German will even give up Bef
it and win.
On to l ei Ln.
mokk j'i:a i: iu i: ih k
All indications seem to point to the
probability that bcfoia iiiuny duys or
weeks Germany will come forward
iiiuc 111 tire with ui.olhcr peace propo-
sition. It In safe to n.'y thitt thin will
he Just ii h iiiHiMii'ie ami Just as cun-
ningly diplomatic ait before. Vhe
tii-iin.in Huthnrltipit do not ty thin.). ii' H.rmil u.
n.ctins hi.pc t.i i . Tsua.li- the uIIi-h to I
talk Jii acc aftiT I'resuii nt U'IIhiiii has 1
1-lMli tlictit ii'.'tiiily to uiiilflntanj that
' ' . .. ;
the I mtiil Stati-M for one. aii.l 1l.e
Stalt-H JiHt now limnm up Li) I '
'It'III.illl ( U ( il lit I 1 1 1 1 1 c i 1 ' U I 1 fit-
t it. mi any pi '!. Hition ihut did not
hit w- a huu e rrltuMe Larking
mrij- h-ltulili- Ljukjim than
the word nf t ! it Prussian aiit-u'iary
V hrwc priijnM H hii f h cftcil and
f miri antiy la n v ki-n ah to U
wfrlhlt.'-M. Tljr? may M a mifukin!
notion that tiii i'Mii(h;ti(iu t latLt-r
Hits method of m-rkinK to adminiHitr
mi ina ! to allied c "ii i arc and m -trniiiiation.
may intfi.di'd 'n ho-
lolr.'.lly to )h a t r ajt lor K uhh.u or
j-om' i-tiuT vM'.ik-knieii nnveriiii.'iit
to fall Into but (! iin.i r ! at.l of in"
imjuu ta i.i r it inti-ii.4'd to mtoif
(ji t man onrajL'
Tla.' oiiiUiioiih tipon u lilcti the
kaiisrr must n.ci-t th- n!lu-l in t ions
if h i aiiy d n c-l tai v are too
wi ll dt Mm d for doutt. and hti hat)
no id a. of trj iiK to int i-t tlo se con-
dit.t ns ot of hc.ji'.tiK to hwak thrm
di.wi: hul what la lint i-.m-htly de-
jnd and iiiut uiKintly nit-di d is to
c ii itu e I he lif una n peonle once
more than l.eimany ulon in itiinTrely
ih'MiouH of i-.n and that her -n-ninii'H
iie viti;ct.her reHoonhil le for
furth'T iroionKtt ion of the ciniiiict
.should hi KtHit rd ln ho run vine ir.K
tht in he f;t'J.n the u ill rush forth
with new energy und obstinacy to
ri sint the jtout-r whii h the allien aie
I'tlnts". aiii.st them I 'reHident Wil-
mu's arihwtr to the jope makiH this
all ti:e mine uifceiit for theie ia t"
n nin to dtuiht that it haa ln boine
di-Krre wrnkened the fatuoiiM eonfi-
dtn. e of tlie iei man people in the
huM' of Hoht iizollt-rn ft-i'-d in the
mar almn of that re;. inc.
lt(lt IS I.OVAI.
The Oklahoma. 1'ei'i.ration (f Ijihor
did well to expiriw in plain tcrit.M the
liiiqiiiKtioniible loyalty of ortsaniwd
labor for the Htura and Jtt ie hihI In
uri;iiiK laboiirp men ever) where to
stand behind the president in hit
pi oMcculion of a war the Hiirce.su of
which means more to the worliuK
people of the I'liiled States and the
whole world than any conflict the
i lint. .ci- licfnre u-lltiesserl H'he 1
Wot Id has Httnitly inalntained all i
aloni; that labor could ue uepeiiiieu :
upi'ii tu do its duty. In the fare of
a multitude of dally multiply. iiiR
stiikes this pin-.itioii has been hard
to mnliil.un. yet it still firmly tie.
liews in the rectitude and couiane of
the American w m kinsman ami tln.t
as a class excepting a few here und
there who have been deceived by I.
V. V. r.mtii'Ks. the union workmen
of the nation w.ll iitquil t hcnisclvee
w ith hoicr in the iiLt.on'a t ineiReiicy.
Now there are more kinds of strike
than one Worknigiiu n sometimes
use the strike as a weapon to force
ui willing employers to meet their de-
mands whnh are foinetuncH Ju.-it and
some tunes oppressive. In view of this
coiid.tuui it la well that the govern-
mini should take the bull by the
horns and either suppress the strike
or bilng the employer to his senses.
The nation cannot afford to sufler be-
caue Hhipluiilde-is do not pay their
men us n.uih as those men think 1h
due them We are no believer In
government control of industries but
we do believe the times und the con-
ditions now Justify a temporary ex-
eieisc of that power. AVlth the gov-
ernment in control the men would get
their Just wares and the ownera their
juit profits which one or the other
of them are not now getting.
Hut how much better is the mint
i. pci ati r who shuts his mine because
the Rovet unit lit has set a limit on the
price of his product? Oh how much
better the grasping tanner who
would refuse to plant or sell hia
wheat because the government had
set a price n his product? Would
net the government be Justified ln
sei.ir g the mines und the laiins of
such malrotitents und operating them
so as to st rul e the greatest good to
the greatest number?
Then there's -Villa who promises to
go down in history us the great L'ngot.
Save the waste
i itvA aimaw
i r--p nr.? '
W wonder how high hogs an'
wheat "II huve f git before th' farni-era-'ll
admit that times arc good?
"I'm goln' f have all th' fun 1 kin
while I'm young fer i ll be seventeen
oon enough." aald little 14-yoar ole
Inadnted-UD Mvrt l'aah tday
appuv mm j i
Hy WALT MASON
He .paring nn ganuiine if you approve
CO"d aHirtaaianvtiii ; jnyride nine unlet or
17 but .bun tv-e t n ac ami mux trii. Our
L'nrle Kan wmild bate like Kill to abut olf
all our jnyride juice but trlcka of that aort
lie 11 hvgiU it frum rank vmlf wa dun I cut
ll In tonea tit brana
... wrtn b' '''
I iere II tie ailffli'ienrjr tif ga. If
j .. ll( iul f ln . (
nl'iuld hrmk nm mu.li. you II hav. a jar.
' it the tii.kling an eye I'll ti can
( ..ry H lr . her and
nun h tlmtful iei.le want and
' i tne iniki Mime cvci nig tt . nig in
)l(tr Sliutim.. . . .a tly jl)f
urnnnd th imn nd do n thp mnd i
' ' - m' .'.:7'" .....i-I
h.m ...i. ' f.r... r'. .i.t.Ip
Utt-. So n.ark lht hif- f K-nhii. wli
lw d no Hiirtin.fi. how'fj kind ho lit ill rn
'oi-lii'ig o'lr !h rri aiid liivt. r'ud
of .rwikr- i-hiid Tiry 'till purviir th
dst ful ifuriia- and will hi! 1hy fH.tnetia
If J rirf kud ihfj'r tlir unrr. win 11 hear
' (.t i liiMtf w la a all uur ran art ilct d on
o.ri.u 1017 h) (.force Matthfw Adnms)
Heh heh! Here
ye be. lOnular. gen-
Bu-wine picture. lie.
piciiiis imi w ins in
Ul) ur clurinua
splendor. Ileh. heh!
lcu. Vim. ytiM in-
d i d. Yt sriir a
eTro'ip picture of our-
wUm. One of the
in o a t )iiclaculnr
I wurks of ni t we have
evi'i een. lt'a copyrighted too und
will appear In Uiih paper exclumk ely
except when the make-up man leave
It out. y beti hit lif.
He was IS.
lie danced well
miiokid let and
He met n beautiful charming and
wise woman of forty.
And he fell madly In love wi'h her.
Hut for Home reason.
He never could understand.
She iiently refused him hmilini? oil
i the while.
Then at 21 he danced even benei.
Kven drove oftener ln hl roadster.
ho met i. ealsomlne.l show I
me wu wonderful divine and then
She was determined to Ret liim.
V.ut. somehow r another the pater
nmnaged to exercise his pen ana
iherkluiOk ln the proper manner. I
Whereupon she withdrew.
o.in . ...eii. .... ii.. ' CAI.I.KIi meeiniK nf l!ie board of man
Ptlll time sauntered doggedly on....... ll( v ....... ...
He was 2ft.
At a friend's house In the country
he met H sperta. le wearing .l.in
creature who ha I stormed a suet ess-
fill way thru college. '
She could dash off free verse in I
I ten languages.
jje studied hard to learn whnt she
was raving about.
Kut one niRht In June she Fcorncd
his proposal when he confessed he
hud never read I In wkshaw'a 'I'.ush-
wah Hunk" in lumsian.
Then the old boy was 32.
He met a wealthy cull-red and re-
fined woman of 30.
She whs pretty and had a wonder-
ful business bond.
She would Iihvc made him a rood
Hut she didn't nttrurt him.
At 3G he married
(he wns IS.
Had curly bnlr.
A couple of dimples.
She giggled continuously.
IMdn't know whether camnultage
was a sotbi fountain special or some
thing to discourage the attaching
Hut he married her.
Living n" unhappily thereafter as
the average man.
DETECTIVES LOCATE WOMAN
WANTED ON FORGERY CHARGE
Sherirf ronii'i (Jtilck for Mrs. V. M
Moblcy Avrcstiil by VimhI.
After a search of several hours
roller l'etertlves Wool aril 1 Hi well
last nirht lot atetl ami nrrested Mrs
V. M Mnblev. wauled Ll 1' la Kan. in
ronne lion with the fotitery of a $j0"
diet I:. Inforniutioii that Mi's. Mob-
ley wl.t tohl officers she was a
wnlovv was in Tulsa was received yes-
tenl.iv iifleiiiton. Hetecllve Wood
mnde Investiriitions and ubout S
o clock with Hetective Towell or-
When the sheriff nt lola was notl-
flt d he re.tueisted that she be al-
lowed no bond and left Immediately
for here. wlrln to have the woman ot
the PHtita K depot for hlin.
j Raising the Ante
I KOI IT WOKTH. Texas Sept. I
I LO. I'itlr.ens of tilnu'd. Kent I
I touiity have raised a 110000
i fouv.d to be offered as a reward I
I for the taking dead or nliee of I
1 the Herman commander of the
I eleventh dIvNInn. It wns this I
I commander w ho was recently re- I
I portid in Associate I Press flls- I
patches to hnw off-tred a ge- I
I w.-.rd of four hundred marks or I
approximately lion for the first
I .American soldier dead or alive I
I hrouvht )htnd the Herman 1 1 ne.
HAS AN OFF DAY
No Appeals Were Passed on;
Secretary Rogers Confers
With Adjutant General.
AtilH from I'ontotoc Coal anil
Crpek couiitli!K were cunHldt-rrd ly
mcrnliir"! tt the dlxtrlrt npjal bourd
yi-Htcrday lut no dcclHlon- were made
two of the mi-mbem lelnr wbHent from
V. II. Crctz wa in (ikmultEvo and
Heciftary Harry Ii. ituier was In
Oklahoma City whi-re he hld a con-
ffrence with Adjt. ;n. Anoel Karp.
lie ri turned to the city laat niht and
ILIn inurnlne thu I. nurd will pans on
a number of reined InvrxtiRated yes-
terday hy M...ir. Stivully and
With the 40 per cent quota from
nil counties In Uiih dlmriet ready to
to the trnlmnR camp niemberfl of
the dlHtrirt hoard have relaxed no me -what
from the high prewure Undnr
winch they have been workiiiK for two
weel.e und ure taking tliinna a tit
The Indications however that the
leta liinentH to fco forward October 5
will en. brace another 4'J per tent of
the ouotaa under the first army cull.
Ml1l "'"I trie remaining lo per cent
"un -o a lew uay later will likely
iiimii inn iimLiici uoaru in netwuoii u
month lonper. ut leant. The bulk of
the work however la over.
City Acivs in Brief
a............... . --4
THE K. A C club of lb. Y. W. C. A. met
yealerday afterniHin and a led la lUbla
aludjr by Wra. C. V. Orimea.
E W. RAT new plirncal director of
Tula hith achco!. Hill arrive from Kiwt St.
I iiina toniorrow to take up bia wurk in
VINK auiti fur cordeinnatioa of property
wilhiii the rily lunita were broufiit yea
U-rday In tlie dinriet court. Th laud it
dcklred for park purpooua.
tXil'R men enlitted for aejrrire in the nsvy
veHerday at tlie local utallnn Tbey a-era
i. L. Kobertii. lulaa; Frank A. Lair..
I'errj; N. II. t arl and Johu ilurria Ona-fo
THK PfLPir and 'lianeel at the Luther. i
cburcn ate being tniarced and rebuilt bow.
ever the iniproteuit'iitit will foa in raadineaa
fur Sunday a avrvut-it.
ONLY routine bio.nief.a u transacted
'"I ni-hl by the ( euttal Trade! aud Labor
counrii. rlerrelary Warren ab.ent
in auciidanic at the Hlale federation of
Labor unieiilioa at Ok.auoiua City.
V. F II OV LA M. rbarcfil with einr
n-nitiK wnt an.nmtkt'4 yt
lini-e court by Judire Kvant hen Olfnera
"nu 1 ''nkMoii dmairried in their luaii
inony at 10 mbelher he.waa mtoiirated.
. . .. . . .
. i '. h"ura "''-d ln ll"
ided i h' o uoua i k. ...
drunk when arretted hut Rave the benefit
of lb doubt to the officer aud pleaded guilty
ue tia. iineg aiu.
Kl 1(Kr of divorr with h nKlorfy of
their two rhildren a. framed lrt. hale
IVrrme from J l irrine yeMerday in the
district ii'iirt. Mr. 1'crrine cLarfeil cruelty
tix'iatii.n will meet thin imirnti.a: at the cot-
taiie. The board will dincusa the new build
in; the ereitluu of which will atari ln the
pi-titiov .. a
the n.frailln-. i.nI1.n ' lte
niilie of bavinr called hi wife
Mm. Kanelle Knimne broiirht auit y outer
d:iy in the di.trict court for divorre. Her
husband hu aquandered hia uioncy ou other
wome.ii la one charge made.
ANN'orsCKMKNT waa m.de yesterday
bv the Tulsa lurtitute of rVouc that J'rof.
Aulht.ny StankovMi-h had airiv.'d from ew
Y.uk and aitsuilied t-Jiaige of the jiiaiio de-
partment of tlie ai-booi. Prof rilandkovitth
will make hi-i home here and expectt to give
public recital in the near future.
IIOVKUNMKXT liulletiin on the aub-
jecl if tatintiur. dryinir and iire.ervintr fruita
and .R.-tabJes may be had at the office of
tlie rouiity farm ilemouMrator. Mini JeAKC
Sliaiiniin ciiunty linine demooalratlon ab'cnt.
.aid ye.terday. Tlmae deairinj; them lauy
either telephone their addreatea or call for
J. Y. PYLE nf Philadelphia la Tutitinr in
the htime of Mra Urace ll. Clalvin. Mr.
Pyle enliKted in the I'liited Htatea army
wheu war waa decUred but Vieiame ao ill
from the effecta of 1) plioid vaccination that
he was rii.fhai Rrd. ic haa come lo Ok la
boma kecking to recuperate ao that be may
NO WORK men eiiliHtine In the navy will
he nityon the wailing; b.t accordin.; to no
tice received at the local alaiinn yeHtrrnay.
'tlie men will be di.lched na enlis-ted to
ClucHco. New York or to Norfulk a. At
one tuna thia Hummer lis men bad pnliati'd
and were wnilinr at their Jiomea for ordera
to reBort. All ihe.e have been aent away.
K. I. HAY and 8am Mingo pleaded not
guiliy in police rutin etili-rdy afiernnnn to
a cbarRe of prowling. They atated that
they had rnlercd an sMcy nil private buhi-
neaa at the time their arrest occurre.1 Jutlpe
Kvana informed them that It waa agaiiiHt
tlie city oritinureea to be In an alley after
nicht and fined them fS.&O each.
MAKRlAtiF licentea were laaued yester-
day to tluy Way Oklahoma Oily and Mint
(..sirtm A. Kenman Anadarko; W. M.
Weukly and Wra. r.vila Sanders Tulaa:
Thomas C. Brown Mount drove. Mo. and
til.. Minnie V Walker Wisl Tulsa; Onuir-
In. Henry l'awhii.va and Mm. Ada Richard.
RcdlilrJ; J. W. Illake Tul.a and Mra. )t !or
IawMia. Vlniia; Wulter Itceae aud Stiai
tiorma WelU. Sand Springt.
'flOC" and OcorKs llrown Prnmright
ne-roea"arveted aa .lackers a few itaya aKo.
beat their casea yesterday when given a
pre.tmlnary hearing before I'liited Slate
Conimi.aioncr 1 11 VMlkina and wore r-
lea.ed. "line'' .atisfitd the court tliat be
u not within the dratt age limn ana
Oeorse proved that he had regiatered in
I'm. nee county by showing hia regi.tratioa
A KWIVMINO demonslration and opes
gvmnaium pramlce wna given by the lT'a'
si'.ecial athletic c'a. at the Y. M. C A. last
night. Thia clans haa been given apecial
training the Is. I few month to denionalrale
how much a boy can improve in thia work
under proper training
.n Individual dt-IHOII.I
er training narnia v ernon gave
tial tic inoii.tratiou of high diving
ml under water ittiuiing. Parenta
friend of lha daa. member were their IU
Tiled gueala. v
EIOHTKKK Jitney driver wer arretted
veslerdav bv Motorcycle Officer Pillkstoa
lor failure to have the rout of the car
painted on the windhicd. According to
I'lnk.lon many of the driver have been aa-
Ing carda for thia purpose. which i pro-
hibited bv the cltv ordinance. After warning
the driver in police eourt udgi Kvana die-
missed them when all deciareu that they
had already complied with lh la mco
Sailors IiKl iw Jlurrln.
AN ATLANTIC I'OHT. Pept. 20.
The lowt during a hurricane of seven
member! of the crew of the Portu-
guese schooner Vndlna from a rulf
port for Kurope waa reported by an
Italian steamer which arrived here to-
day. Kive seamen were picked up
September X in an exhausted condition
by the aieamcr.
MADE TO TULSA BANK
Fred D. ojnes of Altus to He-
come Vice-President 0
I'red II. Jonen. pronitnent Alum c-
lt:iHt and known In Knnaaa flty and
other finunrial renter as a bunking ;
expert yenterdav putchajied a .n.---block
of atock in the American Na- ;
tlonal lmrk of t-'iin rlty and on octo-
Iiit 1 will become an artive vice-pre-
Ident of the concern. The chunce ln .
nowise uffex ts the present officiary I
of the brtiik. The lnrreaned busltiesH
of the institution nuikea tlie nied of i
another active official lmperntivt. ;
Heretofore I.. V. Haxttr baa been ti.e I
onlv active vlre-ireKident.
Mr. Joi:e will move hta family to
TuIh.i at once. He is a mnn of meruit j
and ability und will be an Important i
addition to local financial circles. Th '
fact tliat he is comlnK to the city In -
dlcutes that he rconizcs Tulsa as the j
fnancial renter of the state. ;
J. V. McNeill jirestdent; U W. TSax. I
ter. vice-president and Al.t J. Niles.
cashier all came to Tulsa from (Suth-
rie a few years aKo and have had
KNITTERS WANTED BY i
RED CROSS IN TULSA
Must Rush Work on Helmets
for Ambulance and En-
The Navy loacuo Is not the only
orfTunizatton needing knitters. accord-
Inn to Ornre P Calvin assistant sec-
retory of the Tulsa brnnch of the
American Ited I'rosn who yesterday
stnt out'. an S. . S. call for women
experienced in this line of work who
desire to give their time to a great
Mrs. Ciilvin is in receipt of a letter
from Captain LaReati of the Tulso am-
ulance company now at Camp Mills.
N. Y.. In which he state:
"Prom all the information that
I can fc-ather here it seems that
Prance is extremely cold ot thia
time of year in the winter running
from 20 to 4 0 deairecs below
zero. This Is now the befi-innini;
of their rainy season ho it be-
comes very necessary that we
should receive the helmets be-
fore we leave as we will need
Diem as soon as we arrive on tha
Chilly Towns Help.
him vtA Ifnrnad how useful
helmets would be. K. W. Bin-;
elair 8reel some tim" an to Jiur-
ichase the yarn providing Mrs Calvin!
'could secure the fcnittcrs. People In
! broken Arrow Clnremore. Chelsea!
Collinsvllle Sa-nd Pprinsn. Jenks
took and Tula were interested and
are doing their utmost- Mr. Sinclair
also donated the yarn for the engineer
company now at Kort Worth.
The Ited Cross has. ftarted a na-
tional drive to encourage the women
of the country to knit sweaters muf
flers.' pocks and wristlets for the i
foldlera. One million and a half wichlpletea the task of the local exemption
of each of these Items will b needed .board for the next week and the three
by American soldiers before the winter
is over and women ln luisa ana ad-
jacent territory are expected to do
their share of the work. In addition to
providing helmets for the ambulance
and enpineer companies.
New Styis Comfort.
Mrs. Calvin hits a new comfort for
soldiers and sa-llors. It la an abdomi-
nal binder mude of a piece of old
blanket. Thia was brought In 'by an
old lady whos-e brother is nn offioer
and has seen service. He claims It is
viluable in preventing illness. Mrs.
Calvin will gladly give the pattern for
this antl other Hed Cross knitting work
to nnvone calling at headquarters on
Liberty Snuare. Fourth and Main.
Tjitit summer Cnptain LaTteau anked
for a similar artlee for his men. but
this one Is much more simple than the
one he deecrlhed.
Several copies of the Red Cross
magazine are now stacked up at head
nuarterei because of no rtreet address.
Anyone who has contributed to the
lied Cross in Tulsa and has not se- i
cured the mngatine may get a copy
by calling at hendntiartera and leaving:
their correct address.
l'nder direction of Traffic sergeant
Libhy the safety lines at the inter-
sections of the downtown streets were
fleshly painted Inst night. The por-
tion of the sidewalks on the corners
where loitering by pedestrians will
be prohibited were also marked for
the first time.
For a Corn-Peeling
Picnic Use "Gets-It"
I'aln Karic at Diiif Corn Just IMc!
Ho your corn-ridding easily with
a small the banana-peel way. That's
tho "Octs-lt" way. the only way
your corn or callus comes off com-
plete aa tho It were glad to et off.
4 .M nJ .km
World In t orn ABoay
"Oets-It" haa cured more coma than
all other remedies combined lt'a as
sure aa the sunrise' and as safe as
water. Vsed by millions. Dont take
a chance with your feet you can't af-
ford to experiment with unknown mix-
ture when you know "Qeta-It" never
"Gets-It" will remove any corn or
callus. Wear those new stylish shoes
or pumps If you want to go ahead
and dance. Demand "Gets-lf throw
substitutes back on the counter! 25c
Is all yon need pay at any drug; store-
or it will be sent direct by E. Law-
rence & Co. Chicago 111.
Sold In Tulsa and recommended aa
the world'" best orn remedy by Ror
Oetman's The Rexall Store Quaker
Hrug- Co. Tulsa Drug; Co. Kendall
Drug Co. Younkmnn Pharmacy and
It surely feels
good to be back in
school again. Especially
in this new outfit
I have on. Of course
it all comes from
Tulsa's Best Boys' Department
(CAl.Nt'ED KROM PACK OSE
San Antonio Texas to entvr the train-
ing camp at Cump Travis.
The departure of these men cum-
members will turn their attention to
their personal affairs and to tlie du-
ties which they have been forced to
neglect by the pressing woi k of the
It is declared howe-ver. by board
members that the next contingent of
men probably will be ordered eut of
Tulsa within two weeks in which
event a great mass of stenographic
work must be done. looking for-
ward to such an emergency the mem-
bers of the board ask all patriotic em-
ployers of uch help to assign one or
It for Less
14 AND 16 WEST SECOND
Fumed and Golden Oak $12 JO up
Used Tables $3.75 up
Solid Oak Round Extension
Fumed and Golden Oak... $12 JO to $40
Oak and Satin Walnut $25 to $35
Oak .$13 JO to $37.50
New Method Heaters
As good as New Method Ranges-
All sizes connected free $2J5 up
New Method Gas Ranges
They bake better and are guaranteed
All sizes $16 JO up
' Comfort guaranteed $SJ0 up
14 AND 16 WEST
more stenographers to help In tho
board's office during the period pre-
ceding the entrainment of tho re-
mainder of Tulsa's quota.
Millionaire lifetimes Soldier.
CAMP IlIX WltlGHTSTOWN N. J.
Kept. 20. Kingdom Gould begun hia
life as an army private today by do-
ing police duty. He has been mus-
tered into company K of tho 311th
Standard Varnishes are the
CAMPBELL GLASS AND
311 South Boston. Phone 258
NEW FOR OLD
SECOND STREET '
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