Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 13, No. 81, Ed. 1 Friday, December 7, 1917 Page: 2 of 16
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TULSA DAILY WORLD FRIDAY DECEMBER 7 1917
AIR RAIDERS SCATTER
BOMBS OVER LONDON
Three Killed 21 Inujred;
Many Fires Started ; Two
Machines Brought Down.
TiOMno.V Pop. K After neveis!
weeks of respite loiidnn in tin- early
hours of thin IlinrnliiK experienced an-
other !oriiinn iilr raid one of tin'
most determined ut the most futile
The first winnings were receiv e d
from the outlying districts shortlv
nfter 1:30 o'clock hen u it roup of
liothns erorred the const of Kent.
Apparently their Intention mi to
nmke for I.unilon. hut aflrr droppli.g
bombs .ilong the oot thrv made off
M. a ward Hn.iin.
A little Icks thun two hours liter
winning wore given iiK'iir. when 1111-
other group of raiders m ii i t I up the
Th in. I'M hut. like then pi i-iIitomui s
after flying over Kent tiny returne 1
the way they hud orue.
It transpired that these wrreamily
preliminary Mtacss made with the
ohjert of drawing forth gun fire uml
dis-loslng the location of the defense
for mi hour later five groups of ma-
chine crossed the Ki-r.ex anil Kent
rousts and (lew directly to Ijondon
sttneking the rlty from two direction.
The raiders were met with the" tre-
mendous tin I riio of the London de-
fenses. The firing ronilmied for up-
wind of an ioi! and. iy Iih sladien-
inn in one district only to Inereci.te lr.
others it told the now fully awak-
ened Londoners of the progress of th
enemy nnrlilnc. fixe or h.x of which
made their way thru the barrage ami
fkew dlrertly across the city from the
south to the noi III.
Many I Ires' Started.
There are no reports of any bombs
linvl'ig he'-'P dropped in the renter of
in those biscuits.
London. Heerk.l fell !n the suburbs
hilt without (loin any grst damage.
The casualties are reported to hava
heen light. I'nllke tlie previous raids
the ijeiiii.in relied more upon mcin-
(1 la iy than explosive bomls with tlo
result that a nuniher of fires hrol-.c
It um.h It noun before the ofiicla.1
ip ion ivhh iHkiK'd that at loam two
of the raiders had heen brought down
and their oews raptured snd that
otl eiN of tin in weie diinnged.
sicordini! to an announcement
made in the house of loniiiions hy th-J
rhiineellnr of the en heiiuer. seven
persons were killed and 21 injured u
the rr-siilt of Die mid. Three persons
were killed and ten lr. lured in Lon-
don. The i ther casualties oeeurrel
in the outlying district.
Contribution Jars Stolen.
Sf'''l to Th Wor lit.
HLA'KWKLL Okla I 'ec. li.
Three of the glshs Jars that hail hren
left in thru; of the leading buslniec
houses in lilaekwell were atolei.
preilous 1u the day when they were
to he ii.llirted and opened hy the He 1
I'iim organisation. Thus far no trace
haa heen found that would lead to the
arrest of tile thelf that stole tho
('hrialnia.H Kifta from the Ited Cro-a
hoclety mat liaa collected 4n In th
Jar left In other Moren.
( niimil Vot IHjwii rump.
Hpc ill in Tn Worid.
HI.ACK WKI.L Okla Dee. 8
Hiaekwell will not Inntall an extra
pump for protection attain! fire an
wa recommended to the city council
Monday ninht. When the vote'ntool a.
tie amojiK the nuinhcra of the cily
coiini II the mayor mt a derldliiK vote
aKuniHt purchaHtnK an extra pump.
The growth in population haa innilo
the prenent water aupply lnadeiii:it
Tho ayateni will he enlarged hnt no
new pump will he put in at the pres-
To ( lire n t old In One Iiiit.
T;.ke LA ATI V K HIHiMO gl 1M.VK
TnliletM. I i iiivniHtM refund money f it
fiulb to cure. K. W. UltoX'K'S Higna-
tni e la on em h hox. 3(lc. .
Not long ago we sent a plateful of flaky golden-
crusted biscuits to a neighbor of ours who happen
to be a trained nurse.
We told her specially that the biscuits were
made with Cottolenc. She ate the biscuits and said:
"You can't tell we you didn't slip a piece of
butter into these biscuits 1"
We will tell you though as we told her that
Cottolenc was absolutely the only shortening used
Wouldn't you Jikc to make delicious cake-
without expensive' butter? Some real "children's"
cookies? A batch of crisp flaky tea biscuits?
7ry them with rich wholesome Cottolene
one-third less than you ordinarily use of butter or
See how economical Cottolene is in actual use.
and how helpful to the flavor of your cooking.
Cottolenc is sold by grocers in tins of conven-
1 cupi flour
4 level tablejpoont Cottolene
si cup milk
"i teaspoon tah
4 level tcapooni baking powder
Silt logethei flour baking powder
nd salt. Rub in Cottolene lightly
with fingertips. Add milk and mix
lo toft dough witb knife. Roll
inth ihk.k. Shape with imall cutter
and bake IS minute in hoi oven.
Good Cooking Better
MEN WILL BE INSTRUCTED
TO ACT AS SCOUT LEADERS
V. M. '. A. Will tfiulu.l roiirHe Hi
lit Ailulti for tlilM Work.
In order to Inatruct and prepure
men for Hoy Hcout leaden a courn
of limtriictlon )ma been atnrteil under
the auaplcea of tha Loy deijartinerit of
the V. M. C. A. the flint I'latui helnif
held la lit nlrht. ( Over forty humncM
men have enrolled for the courae and
attended the firm claiui lant night
which wan led hy o. E. Hurkholder.
necretary of the hoya department.
Mince the organization of the Hoy
Krout council in Tulan the need of
more men to ro-opeiate with the hoys
Is felt and the comne of iimtriictloii
in this work has as Its ohiect the fit -tliirr
of them for urh a duty flasaea
will he held each week and lectures
wi'l he given by ('. K. Iluchner gen-
rtl secretary nfflhe association.
There Is a great deal Hf war service
that the Kcout can do now ami it Is
tl.ot that at least a body of nine hun-
dred hoys call he enlisted in this city.
An aciite pre gram has heen planned
by Fred l. Thompson who hioi been
appointed Scout executive. Many men
have vuluntiered their services hut
profetH incompetency for leadership
among the tf'iys but the course Is
planned to snon fit a large number
H"glnnlng the second week In June
a seven-day chaiitau'iua under the
m-splces of the liny Scouts will be
lit Id here for the purpose of raising
funds for uniforming the members.
Klghty-five numbets are on ths-- pro-
gram with meetings each afternoon
and evening. This program has heen
given in many of tho largest cities of
the country and has met with great
sucet-HS according to the scout execu-
tive. n addition to the program
which will contain lectures choruses
orchestras hands etc. us a closing
nuniher William J. Uran will deliver
"They mty opportunity Knocks only
once at every door."
"Nonsense. He advertises right
alum; In varlotWi rnagaziiies."
Fuhkinville Paragrafs J
Hlim 1'lcckepM was at Tickvllle
Monday and soaked up a lot of music
rendered by the Hllnd Man. He any
I he hndn't got It somebody elw)
All w ould-b scribes are advised to
write only on one side of tho paper.
This rule should also be applied In
the matter of ts Iking. j
Tobe .Mosnley naya there In a (ax
on .'ilKiiit every puttme now ejpt
getting change for u ten.
OSAGE TRUST PERIOD DUE
FOR ACTION BY CONGRESS
l'nuliiiHk Man Ahm-i-Is llclicf That
Intcrioi' Dciiariiiiciit W ill Ask
Prediction that the preent congress
will take uu the iu-tlon of "ex tend -irg
the trus'. period on nilner il rlirht
to is'ige tribal lunds w ax made lust
night by George 1-aXlotte. of Jw-
huska who with CharleB Cope former
county nttoriiey of Onaye county w'as
Ip Tulsa last night
Mr. LrfiMotte who Is one of the best
Informed men on mutters pertaining
to OiMue county lands believes tr.c
matter will come up In an nppropria
Ion hill at -the request of the depart
ment of the Interior which would
have the period extended until 1969.
The date of expiration la 1931.
HOME GUARDS TO MAKE KIKE
Local (ompniiv Will Make All Night
Slaml Starting Saturday. (
Vnder the 'leadership of Major
Hook the local company of home
guards will Saturday afternoon at 1
o'clock begin a march of seven and
one-helf mile to a point southeast
of Tulsa where camp will be made
at.d the men remain thruout Saturday
Tight returning to Tub Sunday
According to Major Rook the men
will le put thru various drills and
will be put on guard duty durlnr the
niKht. The home guard band will ac-
company the company and the early
hours or the night promise to ne any-
thing but tlreaime.
In add.ion to the Ui 111 and guard
duty Major Hook announced last
nlfcht that he. had an agreeable sur-
prise In atoreVor the men who made
the hike. It Is desired that all mem-
bers of the company be present at
Convention hall In time to start at 1
o'clock Saturday afternoon.
The homeguard desires to express
Its appreciation for the - coffee and
lunches donated hy the restaurants of
Tulsa for the men on guard duty.
ISSUE SEVENTEEN WARRANTS
Charge Tu!a County' Person With
l"uv'kMi of 1. ii nor.
Seventeen jvarrants charging pos-
session of liquor were filed In the
county court yesterday by the cottnty
attorney's office and two felony
warrant were filed In the court of
I jet! Isanlel. Juftlce of the peaje.
The felony charges were placed
-ignlnst J. C. Kinney who was In
charge of a place that waa raided
last week. He haa previously been
Involved on liquor charges and the
action begun yesterday charges hini
with being a habitual criminal.
The possceslon warrarta were filed
nrairt C." n. Whities H. T. Myera
V H. King Pen Weete K. A. Rogers
. Tefferteller. J. W. Ellis. W. T.
Roberts and Krank Puffey white: and
Will Davis p. Watklrt-. Kd White
Corn Glbbs nnd Fannie Flint negroes.
Water Must He lil F.
SpefliltoThe Woild. -'
HlkrKWKU. Okla.. Dec. . This
city will receive revenue for all water
used In the future for sprinkling the
streets. Objection was made against
tho city furnishing free' water since
the business men had to pay for the
sprinkling of the streets opposite their
places. 'Superintendent K W. Baker
lias the cltv authorities back of him
In the fight for revenue and meters
will be placed on the cranes where
the water is obtained.
Itlackwcll Knilo)9 Knirlnccr.
Ppn'iil to The World.
ULACKWKL.L Okla. Dec. .All
sidewalks put In now must be made to
conform to un established grade. The
city has employed J. K. Eaplln as city
engineer. It Is alleged by the city au-
thorities that property owners have
put in sidewalks without making any
effort to construct them according to
Alice It's quite a secret but X was
married last week to I'lck Oayy.
june Indeed! I should have thot
you'd be the last person In the world
to marry him.
Alice Well I hope I am!
Quito a Cntch.
"Bertie swanks a lot since he got
his commission but his fathci ;
only a fisherman."
"So that's why he talks so much
about his 'ancestral aula.'"
rv..i. .nA ltnnMtl onNIXK"
To get the genuine call for full natna.?
I-AXTIVE HHUMO QL ININK. 1XIOK
for signature of E. W. OROVK. Oures
a Cold in One Day. SOo.
roSTISI F.D FROM PAGE OK
subscription. A candidate who start
out today for Instance with a nomtnn
lion credit of two thousand votes will
receive eight thousand more free votes
on the first subscription turned In. If
it in of six months or longer. It Is
then a matter of only a short lime
until she will be able to complete a
$30 club of new "subscrlptlors and
Visit our Roys' and Chil-
dren's department. A
great least in boys' ap-
parel ready for you.
A Few Suggestions in
Gifts for Men-
House Coats ' J
Scarfs end Mufflers
Ana hundreds of other
Corduroy Suits V
0. D. Service Cloth Suits
With Riding and
accordingly advance high ijytho vote
columns. Full details of This offer
will be found elsewhere tn this issue.
Many opportunities are presented to
gain votes In this campaign. Hun-
dreds can be secured with only a clip
of tho shears for every day a free
vote coupon is published In The Tulsa-
Dolly World. Thousands of addi-
tional voter are gained with a little.
Industry by Inducing your friends t
take The Tulsa Daily World for three
six or 12 months or longer.
That a big majority of the candi-
dates are losing o time in getting
started Is indicated by the large num-
ber of "First Subscription Coupons"
that accompany remittances. This
coupon as its name indicates entitles
the candidate to eight thousand free
votes when accompanied by either tin
old or new subscription of six months
Those who have two thousand votes
to their credit by virtue of having
been nominated can easily boost their
standing to more than ten thousand"
votes by availing themselves of this
Dress Gloves "
Military Brushes '
Sweater Coats of every
feather Belts '
good .things for men and boys
English Moleskin Suits'
O. D. Cloth Overcoats
We are showing Belber
Trunks and Wardrobe
Trunks in great variety
special coupon. And It can be done
In a few minutes' time an probably
the first friend or -acquaintance you
ask for a subscription will glady ac
commodate you. v
A ioo Way ursijirt.
A good way to go about puving tho
way for your campaign is to phone
say twenty of your Xrienda. Suppose
they are all now taking the Tulsa
Dally World. Ask each of thorn to
to clip that little vote coupon dailv.
Figure how much that will bring you
Some of those friends may be tak-
ing the Dally World but the chnnres
are they will gladly extend their sub-
scription when apprised of your am-
bition. Ho whi n you're talking
about that free vote coupon he sure
to ask about the subscription too.
If some of your friends ae not taking
the paper so much the better for you
as they are good prospect for a new
subscription. And new subscriptions
count just double the votes of an old
You will find it remarkalle how
; Less than a year ago I offered to sell a man
stock in one of the companies I was incorparting
'He KNEW that there' was nothing to it and
. refused to buy.
IN LESS THAN' SIX MONTHS the SAME
MAN paid me THIRTY TIMES what I had of-
fered to sell him the stock for. AD HE WAS
Producing & Refining
will do as well or better than that company did.
- I would rather sell you the stock at the high
r Would you rather pay it? If not get your
reservation in before midnightvof the 10th day of
December as that will be your last chance.
ED. C. REYNOLDS.
The' Nueces Company '
1 CVLBERTROJf BLDG.
Do your Christmas shop-
ping early. Assortments
are best now. We will re-
serve any article you
select until Christmas.
Gold and Silver Belt
Fitted Suit Cases
John B. Stetson Fine Hats
that they will appreciate.
Heavy Wool Hose
Rubber Footwear of all
new sources of votes sprnitf np on
every side. Many thousands of votes
will come to you unsuspec'.edly.
Hut the start's the thing. If your
nomination isn't in yet get it In. Then
do as suggeRted and you will sur-
prise yourself at the result. Once
tho start Is made you may expect if
you are at all energetic a continual
stream of votes.
Think what these votes will win'
They may win for vou as find an
automobile as you could wish to1 own;
Always bear in mind that you are not
going after Just one automobile. The
Tulsa Dally World will give away s.x
splendid cars not to mention a- pro-
fusion of beautiful diamond rings nnd
wrist watches. '
You want to aim high tho. Co
after an automobile. Some una will
win them; you might as well be one
of them. The names will ba published
again next Wednesday showing the
votes counted up to that time ly
sending n ycur nomination at once
it will appear in this list and your
friend will know you are in the
race to win.
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