Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, November 2, 1917 Page: 4 of 14
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THE TULSA DAILY vVORLD
OKKICIM. OHY ANt COUNTY PAPKIl
Published bv Worlil Publishing Company.
Kl'UKXK I.ott ION Kditor
F. O I ARSON Itmlnoi Manager
MI.KNN CO.MiON Managing Kditor
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oil Munlha 100
DAII.Y AND St'NbMY.
Hy Ca.-rler In T'ulai la tenia Tr Week
M KM II Kit (IK TIIK AKSin IATKI) PllKKS
Tim Aaanciiitcd preie la cirluslvcly entitled
lo llii una for rcuohlii alum uf all newe ilia-
eatchne credit I to 11 or not otherwise
rrnlilpil In I Inn iaprr and aluu Ilia ljeal oawi
i'honcs: All Departments. GO00
Whan a friend la ilm.l und kii
TTifn you likn tu pomlrr on
Tha fiiuil ttiing und the final llimgt
Thai hn did along Ilia way
And ynil likn lo talk aliuut hi in
Whrn oti'rn famine lifn without him
And rfi'all the MniTi-N hH Kava ou
And tho tiiinga ha uricd tu auy.
When a piud frii'iid'a lif la nut i-d
You rrninnlipr all Hid (pliMi-lid
All the klndlv ilcmln thai trilled him
Aa ha walked the wava of earth
And the thnt that givea yoit lurrow
la that every new tomorrow
Will be darker for hia pahHiiif:
You Kill nred lmt inika Ilia worth.
When you atart to retniniarin
tlver auine one who in minaing
Who waa with ynn but haa vaniiitied
lt'a the omi that jou reiall.
You have eeaed lo pata In blindneaa
All hit little deeda of klnilii"
And jrou run hia lifetime 'iver
nd find aplendor thru it all.
Oft wonder what I'm wealn;
Whi'n it roiuea my lime lo journey
O'er the dark tmrharled aea;
When I've paaed my bleak liereinher
Will a few frii'iida then rent niher
That I lived and find aonte ploaiiura
In the memory of met
Shvc the wnMte.
Th:it lluffaln innn who wnii found
to have ten million pounds of MiKiir
iniirit hn hrcn pri'i'.u Ihr to tn;e a
taffy nl 1 1 iik.
Tho mil ti who has pun haMi d a Lib
erty hnnil nnd slKiied the food pledfrn
Henerully will W fcuml to he a desir-
If you want (iornwinv to win this
war w:isto food use tho fund
needed by those who nt0 nghtlnK for
The fact that lunnee l'mlei ev s( ?t
on the American jinicr. cnmnilssion
won't make the Tides any less friendly
to Ameilcii and her allies.
The miner's union hat been rccotf-
liied and copper will airaln be hiiii-
plled. Why couldn't that simple
tnnedy liave been nppllctl Ioiir ni?o?
When the Rlr.n Kelners entered Into
pnrtneislilp with the kalver they for-
nltej all American consideration.
Iluvinir staked all on the kaiser they
must fall when he falls.
Kvon the western beet uncap crop
now beRlnnlnt; to move. Is not likely
entirely to do awny wit.lt the sutrar
shortage. You've got to curb your
sweet tooth during the war.
If you think it better to whip Oer-
many In Kurape. rather than Huht her
here help feed our nlllea and keep
them In the fiitht. SiKn up as a inem-
ht'r of the food administration.
Washington room dry November 1.
Kaltlmore la forty tulles distant. Thin
Ory business Is liable to nerlouly af-
fect the aoelal side of the capital when
congress Rets under way fttraln.
The poet. Gabrlele D'Annunzlo. who
ha had a ery active part In tho mill-
tary operations of the Italian has
been promoted to the rank of major.
Thus It would seem that things aro
polnic to Veep on until It will pay 1
person to become a poet.
A unique accident Is reported from
Itrookfifld where a ('hllltcothe playe.-
pltchlnir for the locals against vlsit-
rri. delivered n ball to the batter with
men violence thnt he broke his owl
arm the fracture bojns about half
way between the nhouldrr and the el-
bow. The noise made by the breakini;
bone was clearly audible in the prand-
Mand several spectators declarlnK It
Hounded Just like a base hit.
Terturbed" is the worJ the C'ains-
vllle News uses to describe the mental
condition of Karl Youhk w ho lives on j
n farm near town and raises tomatoes
us a side line. When Mr. Young went
lo pick some tomatoes the other dav
lie stumbled on to seventeen cases of
whisky that had been "planted"
unions; the tomato vines. After count
lug the cases Mr. Young went over
to tell a neighbor and when they re-
turned only sixteen eases remained.
The men stood guard until an officer
came and took the J92 bottles to a
ldacc of aafe keeping.
Till i: HI T WHO KNOWN IT 1
Tulsa In the recognized center of the
(ill Industry of Ilia United Hlntes. Aa
petroleum uiul by-products are among
tins mine important fuctors In tlie
prosecution of t lie war Tulsa at this
Uino In the center of thu limelight on
Tim allied iiiitloim and the L'nl tod
Statin navy will require one hundred
million barrels inurti fui-l oil In the
yi'lir 1 ! 1 S t III tt liny previous year In
Accnrdng In Mr. licdfrud the nmn.
try'H i'ciiiirciucnts not considering
Iho olio hundred inillliin barrels mon-
Honed II Inn I'
vi ill he 3:i."i 000000 bar
rels I'l l' II II II II 111.
According to figures them In being
produced at this time 300000000 bar-
rels per annum making a shortage of
.100011000 barrels. Add
ilcmanihj i( tho allleH and tho l iiitod
States ami then will bo a Mhnrtiiuc ol
l.J.'i 00(1 000. This figure no ilutilu
is (no hiih as tlieie are lai'Ke qnantl-
ti(N nf fuel oil m the ;iilf co.-iHt; but
lli.il then- Hill e a li ememlous short-
"Ki' Is a fori-KiUM' coin lusioii unless
new pools are discoeiei1.
Not only is tlieie an iiioiiiioiik do-
ma ml fur fui I oil but there will bo
Imnaseil ilema mis lor illumiiiatiiiK
oils as well as lubricatliiK oils and
tiasollm. with which to operale 100-
000 airplanes ami loo.ooo trucks of
!he allied ai iiiies In iTance.
NeviT III lis history did (he oil In-
duslry kIiow more flatlerliiK prospects.
The next year haH in store for the oil
iiimii continued and uudreamcd-of
proKres and profits.
The special edition of The World to
bo Issued sometime in l)ceemlier will
tell thu Mory of oil in this statu and
the United Mules and tho world -tell
It completely. Tho men who have
made tho oil fields of Oklahoma the
most talked-of the most soun'ht-for
tho most prosperous In tho whole
world will be told about in thH spe-
Tho history of many a Tulsa man
would leiul like a romance; It will
read like n romance In Tho World's
Wo expect to Kivo a history of the
oil business and the oil men from the
hciilnninK of tho first discovery well
down to the present time and special
oilicles by the best authorities In this
state and In the nation will be fea-
tures of this edition sctlln forth the
prosperts of the future In this Rreitt
Hut the oil Industry nnd the men
who liavo made t will be only one
featuro of this jrreut edition. We will
cover the minerals of tho state agri-
culture financial educational manu
factories nnd everything- that shows
tho worth and wealth of Tulsu and the
state combined with profuse photo-
gravures of skyscrapers anil real
deuces aa well us portrults of the men
who have pioneered nnd builded this
marvelous city In this wonderful slate
of boundless resources.
; I !
hit oxr: i;xcrsi:.
There may be a reason for not work-
iiiK for the Ked l'
There may be a reason for not buy-
ing a Mberty bond.
That is to say there may bo rea-
sons for certain persons not doing-
Hut we cannot fathom tho workings
of the mind of a man woman or child
who does not sign the food pledge.
Not to sign the food pledge means
that you are an enemy of the Tutted
Slal's' ""J "f civilization
It Is a
greater crime than refusal to buy a
Liberty bond. if yoll do not buy a
l.llerty bond you financially c.l..il!
your own govei nmeiit. If you do not
sign a food pledge you are sending a
bullet straight Into the heart of an
There can be no excuse for failing
or refusing to sign excepting (hat you
want (icrmany to win that you want
the starving peoples of our allied na-
tions to succumb to the pangs of hun-
ger and ttiat jou want your own
brave soldiers at the front to perish
In the trenches because of Insuffi-
cient nourishment. '
The tlmo will corner and sooner
than many believe when the family
without a Uberty bond and a food
administration membership will be
branded. "Slacker" will bo written
over the portals of such a home. In
letters so bold that he who runs may
read and hold his noee to escape the
Two more day renin in of the food
pledge campaign. When the sun goes
down tomorrow see thnt your name
has been affixed to the food pledge
In four hundred warehouses the egg
speculators of Chicrfiro and New York
have :.144.R:804n eggs stored. These
eggs they have bought up during tho
past summer paying such prices for
them as to have maintained the usual
winter price for eggs turnout the sum
mer. Now the speculators discover that
they hnve a tremendous surplus and
stand to lose millions of dollars on
them unless tho government will pro
vide ships for their exportation. They
aro suggesting; that the government
iroclaim an egg ration to encourage
people to eat eggs and various other
methods of averting a loss on their
speculation. Faithful old blddle who
has been patiently and patriotically
doing her bit doesn't often get to put
one over on the speculators In eggs
tut she h scored this year. It Is her
turn to cackle. And so with the far-
mer who sella the eggs.
Triors are not yet as high In Fng-
lnnd as they were In the Napoleonic
wars nor for that matter In Amerlci
as they were In the Civil war. Put
that doesn't mean that they're not to
r Rippling Rhyme
liv Walt mason
Tba Caaniplon Ortaf.
Yon taflk of mournful thlnya my friand.
you lay your woe'a tha on bail bat; I'll
tell If you an ar will land tha aaddaat
thlnf lhai'a happanaj yat. It ia to nt your
Inat Ignore or fnoiala of aome athar nama
tha pearh you loved In daya of yra whan
love waa qulto a fevered caina. fiomahow
ha dilfled from your Ufa for youthful
Ireaiaa no (alloy witat; In tlmo you aalbarod
III a Wife but ! tha ilil airl beat.
In memory ah kept her plao the loat l.enor
will aiarrv eyea with curly hair and angel
hire; th loro'y Image navrr diea. And now
that you are waiinp old. vou to hark to
your nailva town where oni-e with footatep
lub'k ami bold you ran tha fleet Jaikrabbit
down. And there you inert an ancient dame
who'd nare a burglar ith her fare; ah
linn a larite and bony frame aha talk deep
and rumbling lama Ah. then y on aiierl th
bitter brine and ban ukhiihI the Ulua front
lore for you fill nHciry )' the fpine tilts
lulilaoie ia your loht benjr.il To find yout
girl of loe and iniilh heeone ao punk and
li.tr. a a . ..II 'l'l.l- I. il..
ir i' Tli.tra'a
uolhinj tlhe io dad bin mod
H ojyrifht 101
" ly Ooorgfl Mutlhow A (Urns)
f-i.&iiiiiiK Hn il iiitiji
mm m appear
fcl p less Is a
f-Jt g't a lltl
appear li ncverine-
faet that we
get a little bit older
every few days. A:
we recall il at this
time it wasn't very
long ago that we
made the very same
a Wa hove been
watching ourselves closely since Unit
And have that we were quite right.
We get a little older every few days.
As wo get older.
It Is brought to our attention that
we have missed a lot.
fctUl are for that matter.
Missing- u little something every (lay.
There Is nothing that will show a
person just how much ha really Is
missing like some sort of a public
Or a bay rlilc.
Young boys and girls fare forth on
hay rides mukl)g enough noise to ut-
most make Homebody believe they aio
having a good time.
Halloween is the same way.
They make considerable fuss.
Hun all over town.
Get bawled out hy a cop.
Then go lionte just In time lo get
tip to fro to work.
In our youth
we were very for-
Nevcr a hay ride did wo go on.
One reason for our failure to enjoy
those hay rides was that we were!
very bashful In our younger
And another reason was that we
didn't fancy riding on lumber wagons.
Our tastes leaned toward nice soft
Halloween generally passed on
without our having assumed a very
In this respect however it might
tie wen to mention that wo got a
pretty fair start In the Halloween
Hut our career wits siuiitcd to n
certain extent by the police tlcpart-
tneiit. Only a fleet set of legs saved us
days In the municipal
While the knowledge that the police
were looking for us for weeks after
the eventful night.
Had a tendency to bring about o
cessation of our pranking..
Thus at this late hour
we made our mistake.
we see here
One can't soap windows and stret
car tracks all their lives.
Age creeps up and makes than an
So then tho old heuls
All thru the night.
Wo never mastered that gentle and
Tint c visit we had.
Farly Thursday morning we stood
silent and resolute near a window
thru which we could see the dancers
locked In ono another's arms.
Far and away the depths of night
stretched in either direction.
The overworked orchestra groaned
on and on.
Tired "gals" were dragged about
the floor by big strong men.
It was 2 o'clock when we plodded
on down the street.
Two o'clock in the morning.
From all outward appearances
there was no likelihood of the dance
being adjourned before daybreak.
However before we left we saw a
dance during which the men tagged
tho women they wanted to dance with.
That's a fine dance.
At least we Imagino It Is.
It must be pretty satisfying to find
some fellow jou Uon't like dancing
with his girl.
Then anklo over and take her away
Gosh we've diIsmx! a lot!
To He Kenicinheml.
l'ut your trust In lod: but be sure
to keep your powder dry. Oliver
WORLD FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2 1917
It took almost a column of exceed-
ingly valuable spar for the Oklaho-
man to Inaugurate a eovernor's boom
for Ir. Btratton I) Hrooks president
of the University of Oklahoma. With-
out wishing to say anything that
might spoil any arrangements we
like Mr. Dr. Hrooks pretty well whore
he is. Also It U being Intimated in
noma quarters that the successor to
"Our Hob" will be a slender person
who resides in Tulsa and whose nly
participation In politics was last win-
ter when he supported more good leg-
islation and opposed more durn-fool
legislation than anyone.
Continuing along this line we per-
sonally and Individually doubt that
Mr. lr. Hrooks would meet with
much . reception. lie Is not known
generally. The Oklahoman admits
this by publishing; a short history of
his life. The very idea of any paper
publishing n biography of Hill Alexan-
der or Hill Murray or Judge Itobert-
son of Hill Durant would meet with
In ogbter. The public knows how
many lumps of sugar they are usin-!
In their coffee that is If they are us-
ing any now nnd nil about them. And
Ironi this quartette will come tin
d( innenitic nominee.
Hesldes personally we want Doctor
Tirooks let alone. He bus too big n
Job running th stnte university and
showing the people of the state how
to conserve food to take on any io'i
Now that the mayor of Chicago has
bought some Liberty bonds. whit
American can afford to hang back
now queries the (lulhrie Ieader.
..lekyll ami llvde Ilelmers.
"Arter pleading not rulliv to as-
sault with Intent to kill upon' the per-
sons of 111 ickie Helmer." News Item
We are eager to do all In our hum-
ble power to help with the food con-
servation propram. comments the We-
J klwa Wampus. What bothers tis Is
th confusion caused by these wheat-
less mHi.s anrl meatless meals and
other things. W don't know when to
eat and what.
For the edification of all. let It be
known that It Is meat on Tuesday
ami bread on Fridays or that Is m
bread on Fridays and or rather
well anyway Mr. Hoover explains it
all very clearly. Head his literature.
Iirumrlght barbers now demand
and get twenty-five cents for a shava
and fifty cents for a hair cut.
Pome of the boys and girls of Mus-
kogee county are earning tis high as
14.4. fiO a day picking pectus the Phoe-
nix says. The trees are unusually
Navy with the nuts this fall.
OKLAHOMA CITY: The Vber-
nathy I'elroleum company a .i0.0Q0
corporation proposes to test the terri-
tory west of Frederick Tillman coun
ty for oil purposes. The company has
secured leases on 20.000 acres and
will begin drilling Immediately.
OKLAHOMA CITY: 'The state
board of education will meet on No-
vember 6 according to announcement
In the office of H. H. Wilson state
superintendent and chairman of the
board other than filling positions in
which vacancies have occurred on ac-
count of resignation and the usual
routine work nothing of importance
Is expected to be
taken up by the
ItF.IMHb MIT IV NOVIOMI'.Kn
Will Take Action oi ''I'nlr Flection
What ncilon will be taken relative
to the suits now rieudirg lu tho so-
called "Fair Flection Ijiw" cases will
come up for determination at a called
meeting of the Republican executive
nnd stati committees November 0 at
Announcement of the meeting was
made ye:terday by John l. Appleby
secretary of the Republican state com-
mittee. The meeting will begin at 9
o'clock and will be held in the Skirfin
Tho meetings of these committees
will be of vital interest to the future
welfare of tho Republican party in
thin state" Mr. Appleby t-ald.
Commerce) Sewer Work to Start.
Hueeial to The World.
COMMKKOK. Okla.. Nov. 1. The
Municipal F.xcavallng company of Ok
lahoma City has its ditch digging ma.
chine on the ground and Is now ready
to begin work on the Commerce sewer
system. K H. Mackenberry is super-
intendent of the construction work and
will have charge of building the Com
merco system. Considerable delay has
been experienced In starting the work
on account of a little trouble in get-
ting the bonds approved by the attorney-general.
The Municipal company
expects to finish the work by the first
of the year if the weather Is favor-
able. Soldiers' Mall Heavy.
Spe'lal to Tha World.
WACIUKA Okla. Nov 1. Some-
thing of a novelty In the matter of
train delays may bo witnessed In Wau-
rlka these days. Delays In the de-
parture of the Fnld & Anadarko pas-
senger at 6:46 a. m. are occasioned by
the transfer of mall bound for sol-
diers at Camp Doniphan and Fort
Sill. Tons of it some days is trans-
ferred from main-line trains and mall
cars are crammed almost to the burst-
The New ' Sacrament '
(Hy II. M. K. SMITH.)
Upon the night before he died
As In his hands the bread he broke
And as h blessed the holy cup
These are the words our Savior
'This Is the blessed sacrament.
This is my blood that sets you free;
My bodv is tho bread of lifo.
Do this In memory of me."
And lo today a million mn
Are dying that we may be free
From over seas their blood cries out
"Do thl In memory of me."
And this Is tho new sacrament:
ThPt each day as we break our
We must deny our bodies so
Our brave redeemers may be fed.
Oh Savior we have never seen;
Forgive us that we are so slow-
God If that blood should cry In vain
And we should let our moment go.
For If we should betray that blood
We walk with Judas hand in hand
And even as his sad soul is marked
Our souls shall bear the Judas
City News in Brief
J. W. ANDERflON of IndpcdoM Int.
vtl la tt city yaaterday.
BARNEY HORRIolfTbaa tsrnd from
trip to th Ardmure fields.
CHARLES W. "rl'lKGER f Kldorade
Kan waa here yaaterday looking ovur Hie
iituetion in th oB fields.
MKMBKRg OK tFlbT CHAPTER O. T.. ft
will n est t the Ked Croea workroom thia
morning to ipwid tba day la making tup
MARRIAfiE llrtnira were lamed to the
following yaaterday: William Lewia and
Mra. Lila Newton of Tu.Ua; Kdward b.
Wagon and Mra. Minnie Herd Tulaa.
THK THKNTH TaVoI.K rUnae of Hi
CJMholio Ked Croae unit will not m-et thia
woek the neat claa to be held Huturd.iy
November 10 st the K. (J. ball.
A PETITION fur divorr waa filed in the
aupi-rior run 1 1 by IPnel Wadlow gimi i
t'liarles wauiow ctiurgliig rruelly and in-
gleet. They were maiiied at tl Keno lu
THE N'AVAIi recruiting ma l ion yealerday
airepted and ubipned the following men lo
Iheir atationa: (i. K rjceae Saunlp. ap-
preiit're Hainan; A. II lunermaii Tulaa.
TIIK yi'AIITKRI.Y meeting nf the llolmea
Home of ICdeeniing Love will be aiarted at
the mianion loo South HnMun tonight and
will eolltlllllll over HitnrUv. Uev k I.
Wright of (iuthrio will bo hi charge.
ARMY rerrulta aacrpted by the Tulsa sta-
tion and aaignod yeat'irdily were .1. F.
Morehouan Tulea infantrv; W. V. (Tahiti
Tulaa aviation: Robert Hcolt Dalina In-
fantry. J. W. Atrhiaon 8t. Joaeph. Infantry:
Hny C. Jonea Ulenflora. TeNaii ' tut ar-
tillery. TIIK R Hi I IT ReeS-end Thedore Pavne
Ttllll-ktlin bltflxl. .f IlLluLnn. ...Ill ......
over from iuakogen today to mnke hit of-
filial vialtation to Trinity Kpinropal .'liiurli
and the upoaiolie lite or i-oufirtiialiiiii wid
be ailiiiioii.li.red in the rhuri-h st 7:!JU. The
jK'iienil pubic ia invited.
INITIAL aervle of the Second I'reahy- '
trieJl rhurrh. of which Rev. K. L WeMoll
ia pastor will b held Hunday. The new ;
rhurrh waa erected at lb coat of $7110(1
having an auditorium wild a aealing rapacity
of four hundred and alao a boya' depart-
ment and lecture room finiahid tbruoui in
ivory with the pulpit of mahogany. Thia
church ia situated on anil avenue one
block north of Admiral boulevard.
Again That (ias Shortage.
Special to The World.
RUISTOW Okla. Nov. 1. All
Hristow was a-shiver yesterday morn-
ing on account of no gas. The reason
was the bursting of one of the pipes
leading into the city as the pressure
was too great for them. It Is re-
ported that new mains are being laid
to the city from the weH south of
town but there were many angry as
well as cold citizens In town yesterday
morning. The citizens were clamoring
for gas but had to go to work with a
cold breakfast and many of them had I
to work in cold offices or storerooms.
I One Hundred Per Cent j
Special to The World.
NO UMAX Okla. Nov. 1. -The
second day's drive to secure the
I signatuie of every student In
I the I'nlverr.lty of 'oklr.homa to
4 food pledges ended with the uc-
sired goal reached.
I Tho university challenges
I every other educational lus'.itu-
tion to come up to the standard
of 100 per cent patriotism by
seeing that every student sign
I a rood pledee.
For coffee that
most of the time
no equal. It is uniformly good because the carefully selected
berries are thoroughly roasted by even gas heat to just the right
degree and are cube cut with steel dies to present six sides to the
boiling water. This six-sided exposure insures that you get full
strength froc N
BkllfuHy blender by an expert It contains the beat qualities of msn vt-v .
rles. No matter who does the brewing you always have good coffee when J Z
fast d. Lux... A one-pound 3Bo tin will prov.it fng? i'
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OUR GREAT SHOWING OF
Suits and O'coats
You men who are figuring
to spend about $20 for your
Suit or Overcoat we have
a surprise in store for
A line of men's and young
men's suits and over
coats that for style
and quality are ab-
soiuieiy remarKuuie y'.
I H1VIV.U V . I.. M w
nominal $20 '
We don't want to
urge but if you want to get
'in on this "value feast" do it
now. When these are gone
we won't be able to duplicate
them at any such price as
JUDGE PERMITS 'CUSTOMERS'
TO SMOKE DURING SESSIONS
Kvmi "Shoppers" Arc Allowed
l ight up and l aajoy Them-
selves. Municipal Judge T. D. Fvans has a
speaking acquaintance with the young
j indv who is wooed by many and whose trie bench lias generally oeen occupied
.name is known as Nicotine. In thisib' J l'"1e wh-o didn't fancy smoking.
I ... . . I Thus far the customers and shun-
ihe bulge hnsn t anything on his "cus- j r.rH ()f lhp .ourt havp bee very ..
I tr.mers" or those who drop in each siderate nnd have refused tu dra
icventlig to do r little shopping while j forth their materials until the court
I waiting for supper time. About all of i has pulled a long cigar from his coat
them to have been introduced to the
is good not just part of the time or even
but all of the time Breflkfnt ri t . v..
Club Packing Co.
jr"n l"1' nn.L h"vf.f'. .c:J'.d
thut they converse free and easy with
in x-n ii 1 1 n; y I il K i i r- 1 1 1 1 ui ih.ik mi
tier at an tunes.
So the judge to make things nic?
and pleat-ant fur ills customers and
these who step in to see how he treats
his trade has reculled th ( "no smoking
edict" and alter K o'clock all present
may smoke up. This is a new depart-
lire from other days as in the past
pocket and applied a match.
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Lorton, Eugene. Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, November 2, 1917, newspaper, November 2, 1917; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc134553/m1/4/: accessed November 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.