Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 43, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 31, 1917 Page: 4 of 14
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TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31 1917
THE TULSA DAILY WORLD
omnAi my and county tapkh
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CI 111 TI.ATIONS.
En'.trrd In th. Tuloa rl tUc " S'rond-
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klHnv!iiiti mid belie.
II. K M'l.I.OCK.
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S.lt"d ilifil tnil awrn lu Incurs n Una
la! Jay o( ). tuln i. 1DI7.
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DAILY AND SI'SDAY.
II) Ca-rier In Tulaa U iit Pr Week
UKMIIKIt OK TIIK ASSOCIATKD I'HKSS
The Annni-inlfil Pra la ii-luaitrly cntltli-d
to ih no for ri'uiililnallon u( all nfa 1 !"
iml.ln'n rrrilltrl lu It or nul olherwiaa
r reditu! In thia iiaprr anil lo the liral newa
Phones: All Dopiirtnieiv.s. C000
TILE ONE CHOICE.
Taking Dm liad Willi (he guud taking tlie
Ifotiil Willi the bad.
Clinging lu faith in uur sorrow living the
day lliHt are glad
Ulindly we fulluw tin iiathwava mapped out
fur all luortala to tread
Thia U the battle railed living and nobody
knowa wtiat'a ahead.
'I'he goal of our atrife isn't tnld in we know
not what waita at the end
Nor the length of the journry we're making
nor how many yrura we aliail ipt-ml;
Aa auldii'ra whu go into hatllo aren't told of
ita Mirpoke or plan
So we ruiue to thia world .iniler ordera to
lake up the lakora of man.
We are here and It'a not of our rliooalng
nor the ultimate goal may we rhooae
We thall learn from the MkIit who arnt ua
the final reault of lifea cruiae;
But we have one rboire that'a unhampered
we are aervanta and yet we are tree
We may rhouae from life a itoud and lla evil
we may auy what the auul la lu be.
It lan't for ua to determine how loug we abal:
live but how well;
The purnu.e of life and Ha atrtigrje. ia aome
thing no mortal ran tell;
W'e ran rbooae not our ruining or paaalng
that aumniona the Master muat give!
But eaoh tu hia fancy or thinking may pick
out the way he ahall live.
Anyone qiiPHtion Amorlcu'H HitnTrity
of purimno In the world wur?
Wo have hegun to flnht. Wo shall
not stop until the war in won.
H'h hettcr to have meatless days and
w liciUlosH Uuys thun I'atlcs.s day.
Plenty of hard conl la promised Ne.
brupka no no need for burning; corn
Hlpn the food pledge card and then
keep the pledge. It will help to win
Tho relehstng thunders In the In-
dex hut Chancellor .MUhaells Is Mill
on the Job.
Variations In the draft plan whet
the ediro of uncertainty. A lottery is
built that way.
The unanswered question however
Is what that Krench farmer is going
to do with his new zcppclln.
Now watch Texas step. Kery de-
partment of her state Government Is
to be Investigated.
Grand Marshal von llindeiibui'K
mlKht try the airship plan of discov-
ering tho w herriibouls of his cele-
A" bumper corn crop starting in nt
$1.92 glimpses a record golden bulge
in the money vaults of tho corn belt.
Yon Mackensen's battering rant
hurts but It has not yet produced re-
milts such as have followed llaig's
The Germans know the Americans
ere In the trenches" say the news
rtlspatches and they will know it bet-
ter beforo long.
If you don't aucreed after a while
In getting your Hiigar for S cents i.t
least you will have tho satisfaction of
knowing you ought to pet It for that
The average man has credit enough
to get Into debt. Tho question Is
whether he has gumption enough to
One of tlye main advantages of get-
ting an ante-mortem statement Is
found in the difficulty that attaches
to getting A post-mortem one.
An Illinois Justlco of the peace who
married his aister'a stepdaughter and
featured a quaint problem in relation-
ship doubtlcfs holds down a seat In
the "Don't Worry" club.
Our allies In Europe have been run-
ning short on sugar for three years
so we ought to bo able to stand it for
a couple of weeks. By the same
token if we save a little more we
can help them out some.
And the chances are Senator Iv
Follette Is Just aa depressed over the
failure of the American public to rec-
ognize real greatness as the American
public is exasperated by the failure of
the senator of recognize a real Issue.
Moiti: "ovni'ii m:s."
Virwiieit.s the Horiullst orRan of
(el iniitiy iml 1 1 :-i H in a little palaver
In ltd reel nt IhHiie ftrent til o chanees
for peace and liicldentaliy puyH u iub.
tie but ri k-:i nl iik1''-' con.pllnicnl to
the binverv of 1'riune.
Hl.'lnniii with the ntatetneiit that
the only h"ir to peare now Is tho dc-
ulro of 1'i.inee to reiln A l-suee-Lorraine
Vol Will i Is -aH:
"Nn one In Oiiii:uy l even tliink-
iim of in.it ul; I'm nee a piesent of the
urn proviiiri'x ami it ivmil'l mi ni that
the I reiu M il l not tlieni in the
fol ill of a n : f t .
'The. are ilein.'imiilin AN'ief l.ot-
raine ux a Kyinhol of their vietery mi r
the i iei tiian.i not u netory of Hiiercss
fu! l fi-'if and eoiii lrte delf preserv-
ation wliilll they h'le tei'.iy I'l.t a
n lor' of roint.est; a vii tnty so eotti-
plete that the I I -: t . c t .:uly would be
foreed to i i i .t t'-ii'.H eii i i lent to
aMect li il n i il i.i I lull."
I'u-i'iii; ovr the il i.-eu-'ion of ter-
rlt ii'lal eoiniiesi;i whii h Vi rw.erl.l
sit! in to have fnrijotti-ii ho far as (ier-
uianv's oi.Kln.'il eiuii'i'Kt of the mn-
Inees is eoiirerueil ; pa.i Inir over the
M il lei-V. urope oiicnilon ami that of
the dethronement of inonat eiiy the
only cotnhisloii whhh ran be drawn
from Vorwaerts' htateineut is that
more "eamoiiflaiie" Is helnn In-
Jul 1 In.
Iaides liidiriitliis: clearly that
Kin nee Is now the noil In whirh (Jer-
iiiany t 'ittemptliiK to sua' the Heeds
of illNronteiit by blamini; the rontin-
iianeo of the war on her the artu le is
deeply ul l;ii i I lr i ill In aiiolher respect.
The (ierinan Socialists apparently
have mvrlifi ioiir.il to the kaiser's wfy
of thinking. They loomed up danger
oualy for a time but from critics of
tho Kovernment il policy as the result
of the pamperliiK the kaiser begun be-
stowlnfr on them somo months .iko
thev liave veered to tho other ex-
treme and are. niouthinir the lines dic-
tated to them by the war party with
It will take complete conquest to
restore tiertiiany-s reason.
PATIKXCIO HAS an i:xi.
Tulsa Is apprehensive that other
nets of wanton destruction will occur
ilther in the city or nt the big indus-
trial plants. The I. W. W.. German
bought nnd German controlled seems
bent upon following the Inclination of
its warped mind sparing neither II fu
It Is truly unfortunate that any sec-
tion of the country should have the
visitation of a class that knows not
what It wants and that knows no
happiness except the fiendish glee lu
the maniac who Is obsessed only with
tho Idea to slay nnd destroy.
Tho sugRestlon of & citizen of Tulsa
a veteran of tho Civil war and a man
whose bravery has been tested on a
dozen battlefields contains a note of
warning to tho helpers of tho Hun.
"I will be ono of a committee of
citizens who will knot the ropo and
pull It over the nearest tree when one
of tho disreputable wretches s found '
ho said. "Years ago the sumo course
was pursued In regard to horse
thieves. Why should any dlsrrlmlnn-
I tlon bo made between n horse thief
nnd" one of these cowardly vandals?"
Tulsa will not tolerate any untoward
acts any more than the brave citizens
of Hughes Seminole and Pototoc
counties tolerated the half-hearted re.
belllon there In August. Itesides the
danger of allowing the rabid skulking
terrorists to be at large the cltlzen-
rhlp suffers in the estimation of tho
world. Tulsa Is too proud of her good
name to stop at any measures which
will end the trouble.
This then to the assassins:
Your worthless lives will be mndf.
more wretched at nny attempt to In-
r.ugurato the reign of terror you havo
contemplated. Your German-begotten
Inspirations from your Goldman
and your nnywood will be your death
warrant If you nttetnpt to carry them
out. Your leaders got the German
'old whllo you got nothing but the
price of folly will be prison or death.
Thero Is no trllmntal to which you
can appeal for clemency; there Is no
official but will sustain the true citi-
zenship in keeping civilization upper-
most nnd tn upholding the nation I'.
Its work to be done.
Millions of women and children In
Europe our allies can bo saved
from bitter hunger If you will eat cin
slice less of wheat bread each day.
In aviation Italy has much to show
to the country where aviation got Its
start. Tho I'nlted States has lagged
disappointingly but In the next year
will regain much of Its lost ground.
. Th' trouble with th' new war tax ia
that th' feller that buys a half-pint Is
liable t' think he's patriotic. Iinfe Hud
hue asked fer a divorce on th' grounds
Abe Mori in J
Rippling Wiymea I
liy WAI.T MASON I
I tiaed to have In otfi-r tlmel. a roll of
Sreenhaka handy; I alwaya could dig up the
Imi-e to buy the liida aome randy. And when
my wire reared up and erled "I lave u
have a bonnet" I atrlpped an X off and
ri'plted. "'Jo blow youraelf doggone it."
But now I never ave a pOunlc for anything
we re needing; my money goaa fur ooatly
Junk to keep my auto apaeJing. But yeiter-
day I aoakrd tlie lyre that I o long have
liainmi-red. that 1 miifht bur e tire for which
t-lle off wheel rlaruored. We're out of flouk
we're out of roal my wife ia in a panto
bfrauae the aeea me uie my roll to pay a
lean thernanir. I need a hrii"ut and a ahave
I iwed a ihirt nnd t-uliar 'biit how the dii-kcna
-an J mie whin apark Iibige eoat a dollar.!
ihe kldn have reached an evil paaa. tney
( 1 new ahoea and raiment; alaa. ttfe man
who aelU me ga demanda an early payment.
My aulu takea my every red nnd chiia'a with
I m-mi!n laiiifnier: mill aeep me uniin 1111
I Bill ukrii ami Ifiriy yeara ineri-aiier. nan
when 1 quit llte'a grirfa and paina I run't
afford r reHkcl: tlie'll have to rike up my
rcliiallia an.i pli" me ill a baek".
M'opyrii;ht by tieorge Mutthew Adaiua)
sj From the school
f reporter we have
just obtained the In
formation to the ef-
fect that a wave of
economy has swept
over tho school
house and that
things are to he ex-
pected to assume a
peculiar aspect dur-
ing the pending
Ytili tide season.
As we get It a rainpularn has beer
inaugurated havlnir for its purpose
the elimination of the age-old custom
of giving away expensive Christmas
They ore preaching economy.
Said economy entailing for the
nu st part the presentation of less ex-
While the reporter was unable to
' a y.
We submit that tho innovation If
It enn be termed such was not
launched by tho girls.
We feel snfi In saying it was got-
ten under way by the boys.
It may be of course that we have
Hut it will require some mighty
convincing proof to make us believe
tho gills hnd anything to do with It.
Since the first day we were called
upon to do a little shopping along
about Christmas time.
The young women have always had
fomething of a passion for cosily
We do not believe this passion can
be killed wKhin three or four weeks.
Those who have engaged In the giv-
ing busiue: any length of time.
Probably could recite some interest-
ltelatlve to tho approximate value
of the outgoing trinkets.
And the approximate value of the
Kuril figure will no doubt display
tlio fart that the ontiro Iiiih licru ron-
Hiilrrahlo murr than the Ini-oiiic.
Tn this respect we have been speak-
ing of the men.
Men have nlwavs been getting the
rliort end of the Christmas deal.
rtut they have grinned nnd acted ns
tho they were tickled to death wltll
When In fact they were sorely dis-
appointed. There probably Is nothing more d.s-
ronoertlng to a 'man's sublime Yule-
tide spirit than to wake up on Christ-
And nfter exploring bis pile of gifts
locate tho box from his best girl.
With a wlbllv palpitating heart he
rips the cover from the box.
All of the time wondering how- she
liked the verv costly present he fav-
ored her with.
And speculating whether she sent
him a three hundred dollar watch.
Or a diamond ring.
After ho has finally decided that
shf has sent him a set of diamond
cuff buttons f
And an nrjer on a clothing sere
for a fur overcoat.
He gets the box open.
Finding that lie has been favored
with a pair of two-bit sox and a reek-
tie. However It has ever been thus.
Women expect costly presents.
And get tlirm.
Mn expect costly presents.
And don't gft tliein.
SHAMROCK: . The offices of the
Shamrock Townslte company have
been moved from the bulldine where
they have been since the city was
founded to the State Hank building.
SHAMROCK: Peputy Marshal TP.
K mil" Kills of Tulsa was In tho
city yesterday rounding up soma
elackers from the oil fields. He con-
nected with several and they will have
n chance to explain their actions be-
fore tha U. S. commissioner t an ear-
SHAMROCK: The plant of th
Pallv Bulletin hns been sold to Messrs.
W. P. Allen it the State bank and V.
K. Robertson loenl capitalist and will
be enlarged to meet the demands of
this rapidly growing city. F.dttor J.
W. Smith wfll remain In charge.
SHAMROCK: C. F. Hopkins of
Tulsa has sold his lot on Tlppcrary
avenue to John Farrls local mer-
chant and the latter will at once pro-
ra a MMi
at jaVSkga. . nam I
teed to erect a two-storr brick build-
ing on It Iteport has it that the attorney-general
has approved the bond
Isaue for the olty waterworks and
many new brick buildings will be
erected aa soon aa the system Is In op.
erntlon and lower insurance rates are
WAITErtS. R. II. Sultan president
of the Walters National bank was
among the number of Motions who
received the thirty-third degree in
Washington. D. C. After leaving
Washington Mr. Sultan visited New
York Uuffalo Philadelphia and Chi-
cago. I City I'eu'8 in Brief
II. P .VF.flrOTT of Krle. Ta fomea to
day to lonk after hia local oil interota.
II HIKRMAN freight claim agent of the
M . K. k T. at Parauna Kan. ia here uu
biiaintaa for a few daya.
W. 1'. SPlfKU. auperviaor of atationn of.
the Kaiy jaaUoed company waa iuTuika
. 1IUS I? K. RFA and two daughter ar-
rird In Till yeslerdai to jcu: Mr. Kt-i.
lucal Ufc-ent of the il. K. A T.
WRK. J. K. Mll.I.S. who il an operatic
fin I ient in a iural hipitnl. will be it-turned
ii'ine the '.ant of the wn-k.
M It AND MRS. Rulnh Johnaon and Mr.
j and ilra. 1'. .InhnMin have returned from
a camping trip on Bird creek mar iaiooaa.
CUll. I) WILLIAMS? of Oklahoma City.
t.'i.illMirr of lha Oklahoma Karmrr and
Stoi l.man waa a vjaitnr in Tu'kb yualrrday.
YVA LL CK N. RiiHINmON. proprietor of
th Until llultimurt in Kanana City ia herj
for I. few duya.
R. P. .1KNNIN0S given a Jecne of
divorce from Betilah Jennings in auperior
riiuM. upon the churce t.f uiiuiidoument.
trr-lny for Annapoltn Jmrtion Md. after
httvt.ig Hiilinti'd 4U the lur&l uruy offi'tj ii.
the engine ring cori.
"M ATKRIAL FOR UAKMFXTS given out
hy the Red Oos hefou October 1 are akt-d
to he returned on or before November 1 to
nrepaie for shipment
1H. O. If. BinXKR U here from 1age
Ok I on Inisineht for a few dayt. lVirtor
and Mm. Butler expect lo remain on their
ranch near that towo thrmmt the winter.
.lOHV F. BURKE well-known oil DiHn of
Buffnio S. Y. will arrive today to remain
(or flerat weeks looking after nil interests
in tne w al field.
T. A. HUI.r. lax Rone eaat on a hnslnetfl
trip 10 be 0rroni.in.ed on bia return by
Mm. Hull who hm been at the puroir.cr
home of the family in MayTtlle N. Y. aov
EVKI5K1T .T. BKKUY ak tlie miperior
eourt to allow him leital freedom from Mar-
tina Berry Alleging the defendant had taken
her .eronnl freedm in April of 1010. He
ana the custody of tho minor child.
C'HAIU.Kfl F. nKNwho ban been Iwme
for a few rieva on bunineim will return to
Baxter Spring. Kan. today to reniiln until
fully rrrovered from a recent attack of
ptomaine poiioning which wait quite aerioue.
TliK SECOND COOKING demontlrivtion
at ihe eon it try farm dcn.optitrntion bureau in
the eijimty (xmrthoune will be held Nt 3
o'elrk thin afternoon. The auhject will be
in. in substitution and met hod i of tlieebe
KHED GRIFFrri!. a ynnng white man of
Snptilpa wa arraigned before Judge John
11. Wilkin yesterday in tho United State
eomntianioner1 court charged with beinc a
lacker. He pleaded not guilty bia trial aet
for November 2 and he was released on
SECRETARY R. E. McOine of the Tnloa
civil service enmtnixfllon ha received app il-
eal ion from a large number of young men
and young women wh wUh to take the
atenographic and typewriting examination
for government ervice November 2. They
will be held in the civil service room at the
THE HANDSOME new Eifhsnge National
bank building i the most brilliant sight in
the city now ar dark. Liut night every
room In the entire twelve stories was lighted
and the big building wa a blare of tifht
from tP tn bottom. The wonderful lighting
effect of the building i strongly brought out
when the electric illumination ia on in full.
WORD AVAR RECfIvFD at Pand SVHng
yeerilAV iotif!ng relative of the death of
Chester E. MrCanley foreman of the ne-
gio recruits who left Tulsa HnturdHy night
caused thin injuries recched in the wreck
of th" Frisco train at Lebanon Mo. Ale
I'auley was the proprietor of a restaurant
tit 81 .id Spring aud Icavea a wife and
COMMIHSIOVKR Thomas Estell of Chicago
will arrive in Tulsa Friday for a three day
viait to the local Salvation army pist and
to attend the state conference of tlie army
which will be beJd here Friday and S. r-
day. All commander of Salvation army
post in Oklahoma will be In attendance.
Sunday Afternoon at 8 o'clock Commander
Ewtell will speak on "The Salvation Army
Work Among the American Soldiers' at the
Y. M. U. A.
School lYm-hcr Strike.
IJTTIJ3 HOCK Oct. SO. The first
strike of women school teachers In
Arkansas waa reported today from
near Texarkann where teachers in the
Helton district have closed their schools
because directors Ignored their de-
nuind for salary increases. About
twelve teachers are participating; it
"Impress of October 31 1517 Upon
I.lfe Today" by Albert Maasey. Free
l'cturo at Lutheran church Fifth and
F.lwood avenue. 7:30 p. ni. Fine music
j Punkville Paragraphs
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Nearly every country town has a
merchant that uses a goose-qulll
toothpick and does not advertise.
The snail which has been with us
from the beginning. Is criticized a
right smart on account of the leisure-
ly carefree manner In which It ptoes
about the routine affaire of life; still
so far It has not been run over by
Slim Pickens says he'd hate to be a
frog especially when the pond ia
HALLOWEEN IN TULSA
WILL BE TAME AFFAIR
Pranks of Youngsters Will B
Limited; Folice to Guard
Ohosts goblins ami other thlt'KS nre
expected to low to the nmtotn of
tunny yenra ami ilo A littlt1 ctnlkltiK I"-
niRht. In years tlmt huve nniMoil hur-
rVdly down the hlnliwny (. time these
sume aroMina huve nmhlfd nbout in 8
fashion that might Justly he termed
In other ssftlons of the ronntry It
1 prohixhle there will he no deviation
front the proprani that has none to
make the annual event nu unquali-
fied auci'ess. Tulsa however may ex-
perience n tame evenlnir. At least
thia waa the Impression Kained from
11 conversation with henils of th nn.
'lice department relnt'A'e to the leeway
that would he granted the youth of
Hut spry youth of this city will do
well to watch It step. Hohlnd every
hrlKhtly kIowIiik pumpkin niuv lurk
Itlir RriiirrlilNt. TIcU .In k In ir m.rti..a
will find themselves In somethliiK of a
prediru ment If they fare forth with
their sleep disturbers and are appre-
hended hy a policement.
Monday morning's explosion has
stirred the entire city nnd us a pre-
cautionary tnov the police have been
Instructed to scour the entire city
thruout the ninht and to arrest nny
person found wunderins: about thru
the residence district and who are un-
able to supply a satisfactory account
of themselves. However Tulsa is ex-
pected to celebrate Halloween in a
mnnner befitting the occasion. Vari-
ous dances are to be st:iKd by many
clubs. Masquerade balls are to be
Riven In profusion which after all will
well make up for the abpence of howl-
ing youth parading- the streets. -
Ttiitht here Is a Rood place to dis-
agree with the statement frequently
expressed hv Oklahoma editors that
th t. W. M'.'n nnd other pro-Hun In-
dividuals fthoiiM "Innvff IliA nmnlm "
As a matter of fact there Is no place
for them to o. The only relief is a
wholesale application of concentration
enmps. Or what is hemp worth now
th9 long foot?
The Antl-Hnloon leaeue Is nrepar
Inar a symposium nn the effects of
prohibition In this state. Well ono is
the discovery that the scenery In
northern Texas nnd western Missouri
possessfs cmndeur hitherto ' n o I
dreamed of. Border residents are
r.'illlnur 'he Texas city "Whlskvta
It looks as tho the onlv one who
will jret ar.ythiiiR out of tlils fuel ad
ministration Is the retail dealer. He
hns his mirtrin or profit assured P.
A. Norrls. fuel administrator warns
againht delay In putting in. tho winter
si'pply. as It ia sure to fro higher.
Following the withdrawal of Judge
W. T. Crittenden of Stigler as itsplr-
nnt for the place of Choctaw tribal at-
torney. Victor Iocke principal chief
has askinl Cato Sells permission to
name Melven Cornish McAlester
banker for the attorneyship. Judge
Crittenden's withdrawal wns for the
purpose of entering the army.
The Knld News startles tis with the
stau-ment that a Council Bluffs (lowO
mall clerk wns arrested because h
remarked disparagingly concerning
I'resldent 'Wilson's personal appear-
ance. If It Is necessary to admire the
physical beauty of the administration
we hope Secretary McAdoo will re-
Owing to the exigencies of spnee
the Enid News headlined the Infor-
mation that more than five million
t'.ollars In Liberty bonds were sold In
the United suites.
Ye Fal Fat Ye It limbic l(o.
H'e must ask Miss Mary Opp's par-
don. What we meant to sav In our
write-up of tho literary held at tho
church was that she was escorted by
the young man she Is engaged to who
will leave for the army goon nnd that
he Is glad of the chance to do all he
can for his country. We were out of
i"ivn and our boy tn setting it tin.
shortened the Item to make it fit the
space above Jim Watson's ad making
It read that he Is glad of the chance
to get away. No offenre meant.
Mary. Contrition note In Wcklwa
"Cotton picking Is like land office
1oh these davs" pertly remarks the
Oklahoma Pittr Pnlnlai. Ti.l.iuau
the stale Innd office Is meant and tho
rnrallei is round in the fact that soma
one ulways holds the sack.
MARSHAL WOUNDS TEACHER
Ir1voT of AuU) Makes Mistake of Try.
Iiik to F.sonpc From the "liw."
Special to Th World.
KINUUXQ Okla. Oct. 30. Miss
Frank le Myers a school teacher of
hugrien. was wounded In the leg by
a bullet from the revolver of Deputy
United States Marshal John Hart
near Waurlku while Hart was on an
expeditionary search for motor cars
Dealing liquor rrom Texas Into Okla-
homa The wound Is suld not to be
The yoiinfr woman and her escort
were driving on tho road frequencted
by cars operating between the oil
fields and Wichita Falls. It was dark
and Hurt ordered the driver to halt.
Instead of obeying he shot inoro gas
into tne motor and sped away. Hart
at tho snme time was keeping watch
on another car. When he was at lib-
erty he gave chase and followed the
other car bearing the girl and the
young man nearly to Sugden. There
It eluded him and turned back toward
Waurlka. When next he encountered
It. it wns stopped by roadside. Fear-
ing open opposition to his capture.
Hart fired Into the car. Only tho girl
Later Sheriff Joe Rallnrd and Den-
tity Hart arrested Lester Keeter of
Comanche out of whose car they took
fifteen cases ot liquor. The capture
wa made on a Red river ferry boat.
Keoter was arrested and his car a
Hudson Bupcr-six confiscated.
There is no "curer
but relief it often
J brought by
Your CTcoat Sir!
FARMERS WANT AUTOMOBILE
Irgc l'nrt of Prxxvods From Cotton
Crop to Go for 1 'loan ure Cars
Spnrial tn Tha World.
MINGLING Okla. Oct. SO. Unless
some Influence stronger than that ex-
erted by a farmer of the Claypi-ol
community over his son Is put to work
In southern Oklahoma much of tne
money made by farmers from cotton
this year will be squandered in auto-
mobiles. The young man of Claypool
hod a third interest In a cotton crop
that will net him about $1000. Hia
uppermost thot Is to Invest a large
slice of that in a motor car.
The young man the father says has
no eurthly use for a car other than
to satisfy his demand for pleasure
that may be obtained In that way. He
hasn't considered investing the money
in land or live stock or interest-bearing
securities. "He simply wants a
car" the elder man says "and I g'uoss
he'll buy it."
The j:oung tuun represents a large
contingent of men of that mind in this
part of the stale. Motor car dealers
are looking for the best business In
their history. "The farmers are as
crazy mad as anybody else over cars"
this farmer says. "I know of men
In this community who are- out of
debt for the first time In ten years
who will put a big part of their sav-
ings In automobiles."
SHRINERS FARE FORTH
TO BLACKWELL "SHOW."
Two Hundred Masons and
Their Ladies Leave Tulsa
in Special Train.
Two hundred ghrlners and their la-
dies fared forth lust night bound for
Wuckwell where an all-day session
of tho Halloween celebration will be
staged for tho entertainment of lodge.
men rrom all over tne state. Advance
notices did not snv whether n rirt'e
would be given for the largest delega-
tion present but should surh be the
case Tulsa will without doubt fare
forth from the scene of the celebra-
tion with the prize in captivity.
it requireu a special tr.iin or seven
Pullman nra to trnr.cr.nrt 1h& ts.i.o
representation to the scei.e of tho Hal-
loween festivities. The schedule of
tho local Masons embodied an early-
morning stop at l'onca City where
breakfast was prepared by the ladles
of tho Kay .county metropolis shrine.
itrge aciegauons are expected from
Oklahoma C'ltV. Wichita nnt monv
other Oklahoma and Kansas towns.
On and after November 1 the city will
give the public free collection of garbage.
It will be necessary for every household
to have a garbage can of sufficient size
to hold three days' output. Please observe
the following regulations:
All cans must be metal with lid.
Cans must be placed on the alley.
Garbage must be drained and free from
paper and trash.
Any failure to take garbage on the
part of the driver should be phoned to
the Garbage- Department Board of
Pay No Collectors
J. H. Simmons
You'll see every -kind of a
coat from fine dress "top-
pers" to big "burly" ulsters
in an' unlimited variety of
$20 to $65
Fur lined and trimmed
Coats up to $175.
Why not step in today?
: ..J - J'. ' I-- n j. I ' j.'::.'
naaansny oroxner s ii
Exclusive Distributors of
Stratford and Hickey-Freeman
Clothes in Tulsa.
FIFTEEN POUND BOXES
TO BE SENT SOLDIERS
Congressman T. A. Chandler
Obtains Special Dispensa-
tion for -Tulsa.
Notwithstanding the fact that the
postofflce department Is spreading
broadcast notices to the effect that
Christmas packages containing more
than seven pounds in weight would
not be accepted by the French gov-
ernment for delivery to the United
States expeditionary fonjes In France
the boxes recently ordered by Tulsa
to be used In remembering the Tulsa
soldiers at the front will not be dis-
carded. Thru the efforts of Congressman T.
A. Chandler Tutsans may utilize their
16-pound boxes. Hruce Cox of Tulsa
communicated with Congressman
Chandler explaining the Tulsa situa-
tion and asking if something could not
be done preventing these boxes being
discarded. Chandler communicated
with the postmaster-general with the i
result that Tulsa's representation in
France will receive eight pounds more
this Christmas than other soldiers.
Subjoined is the telegram from the
"Washington. D. C Oct. 2!. Hon.
T. A. Chandler Vinlla Okla.:
Your wire twenty-ninth. Christ-
mas parcels exceeding seven pounds
may he sent If addressed care com-
manding general port of embarkation
pier one Hoboken N. J. and con-
forming to other regulations maiiuai
you today. (Signed) Praeger Second
MRS. LAHMAN WILL SPEAK
Local Woman to Toll of Hoys
Mrs. Lnliman w ho has Just returned
from a visit to New Vork where she
spent seve.al days wjth the Tulsa am-
bulance corps at Camp Mills before It
sailed for France a few days ago will
deliver a free public lecture tonigh
nt 7:30 o'clock In tho auditorium of
the new high school building In which
she will tell of cump life at Canip Mills
and how Tulsa's soldiers spent their
tlnio while they were there. Kvery-
ono Interested in the Tulsa soldieri
400 yeajs of Modern History fin-
ished today liegun by Martin Luther
Pastor Massey c fuses the. lecture
course at 7:30 this evening.
Dr. Dickson osteopath 406 Bliss
I Bldg. Adv.
Dr. S. De Zell Hawley
Supt. of Health.
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