Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 89, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 28, 1913 Page: 2 of 18
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IS. FDHESTS i
B' te Tech
extend to you
.: rjj S:::e Ser.;.e.
. le -is. bundle
vf. l M s
the pririitge of our
our telepb ::e -a.
counter- king room IBd jenerrvl
tafonnati at reatj ire at jour con
In Our Kew II me
Kain Street at Fourth
Oklahoma State Teachers' Associa-
tion. During your stay here you are
welcome to many accommodations
which our store affords. We trust
you'll make use of the privileges.
SCHOOLS CRuW RAPIDLY
1 VRV SMALL FIRE LO
JJE heartily join with Tulsa and its citizens in
V greeting the members of the Oklahoma
State tt tic fu rs ' association; and we know that we voice the senti-
ments of every man woman and child in this city when we say
that Tulsa and the Mare of Oklahoma will be benefitted by your
lulling been here and in session.
Betides educational interests in national and state
affi In you'll be interested in modern merchandising. A
visit to cur store will show you one of the most modern
end up to the minute ways of displaying goods in the
state. Everything here is kept in duitproof glass cases:
cabinet and shelving.
I OR ii IPPY
Nl W VEAB
ti. .III. ami
HOSli I I F.H'S
M Janglni fit.
A number of Im-
will be made in the
: pic of M. K. & T.
Patrons should ob-
tain advance in-
fo mation from
ticket agent and
avoid getting left.
tor Epilepsy or Fits
every t;.te la tM Union. Tb re.
. nd showed nn Incrsauj over the pre-
ji.ua year In spite of lb f-1' 1 thai the
...ri wut I MM fa orabll end the area
f.; -... Over 4 per cent mora Bto.-rt
ra fraand " the result of Increased
I rt production and Improvements
In handling stock tape laJly hep.
Th" system of range management
smpl . .1 ! ttta forest aarvloe is held
. offer hop of relict to tb avert
Itlaen concerned over th dwindling
it meat products and their
the beat methodi. freedom fri.ru live-
f i . .
.anii' l .i-" in. n.
Suits and Overcoats for Men
Our ready-to-wear clothes for men equal the best tailor-to-your-measure
kind at about half their price. All the new styles
and models are shown here in a very wide range of imported and
American fabrics to choose from. Sizes and styles to fit all -pro
portion of men. Stein-Eloch and Society Brand makes.
Suits SI 5.00 to S40.00
Overcoats $12.50 to S 50.00
Nowhere outride of New York will you find a more complete
line of men's furnishings to select from than you'll find here and
our prices are lower than you usually pay for much inferior goods
Manhattan Sltii ts
SI. 50 to 18.00
A beautiful line to
select from; plain
Men's Glox os
SI. 25 to SS.00
and Dent's makes.
Gloves for all occasions-some
Palace Clothier s-
l nderwear SI $5
Fine heavy ribbed
union suits in cot-
ton wool and silk.
Visit our Boys'
basement full of
good things to
wear for boys
2 years to 20
S3. SO to $10.00
In soft and stiff
Hats; black and in
all the new colors.
$6 56.50 57
Blacks and Uns all
the latest lasts and
with the bloli
li 'I' nf an v ill ll Iff (II Ottf
- The Place
W When in
tHm Tl l SA
ij at the
Ho tel Tulsa
where important meu
in every b? kneh of but-
"You'll find him here."
Every nvenience ef
; tr.mt try.
(lalm mi the Kaltosasl l-Narrata
A I rg pari of the n port i d voted
I.. i discussion of vurlmia kinds ot
laima aader hl-h title t.. 1 md
arlthln the foreeta Ii 1 at t t - N'aiiiy
i thonaand howaataada aaer taken
up uti'i. r a apeclal act whti to it...
vldea lor opening to aetUemrnt Un.i
aultabta for asTteutture The report
l tea however that w m old home
Mead rlataM erere inatttutefl f..r
pnrpoaa of aaenrtng 1 1 1 n t r . and tin
aune i Mill trwe of aome mtatai
"Alt. mpti .1 frHii.I under th.' inln-
inr Iiiwk nr uaually rnaorted to by
Intereati in no n nr- iated with
mtelnti almllarly ih- uat majority of
bomeatead frauda r n.'t ''hMrlf'Hltl
t.. practical tarmtnc! 11 th appeal
t" popular pn ludb naa b i n miiiic 'v
ii. i- name of the miniiiK Induatrj inn)
in the name of the fiirmfm .f ihc
"The mining la era'1 Mr. nr.i.
aaya MafTord thr greateal clnah fur
imihI fraud in the national f..rr
and traudalenl minina clalnt ari'
Initiated by men and Intereat na1ni
ti rannactlon hateeer irlth the win.
iiir ipdaatry." Tin- mining ina tt
Miampte hav been uaed la oovei
l nltAnd i mhei etalBA te eecuri
htnM and rim. hee to ae urr mlneraj
I rings aiics f..r aaloona water now
it altn and itock wittering plit 'o.
it h.i i. ft. n been aaaerted that tii"
national (oreatl havi onerated1 ns
bar in leglttmatf mining develop
in' nt. Plgtirei rallecttd in CdlofMa
luring the pint ahofi that if any.
thing tht-rc la BMfa actlvtly In pro.
p. . ting on tin national f.irm tliiiii
"A. a.ui t:..- a:.k mdj :ry th?
proper relation of the f.ir-. I ervlc
with t!..- mining Industry ahOUid h'
i bvtafled Uinda.
on- of ih- Inrgeat taafca of th ear-
' iional foreata in raapect to their high
Ii i fui .r. n. Thi work era on-
prehen ivi ! ale than ever bafon ba.
i iubi there ara a apecific approprla-
One re it of thla work araa rhc elim-
Inatlon "f 34 ou'i acre fn.m the N-
break e national low M aetse
from the Rainier in Washington and
; 413t:-i acre from th- Deechute and
Paulina In Oregon. About 3v.oo
aorea In mall iaolatad tra'-tx won..
Hated for Battlement 'luring the ear.
Tin nr'-.ui now batng nmlaad f'.r
i laaaKlcatton have a total aria ol
aboni three mihaoa arr-K.
Meier Power Dwedopnn nt.
tti.n f..r tin- t i ii i.. .h. Large area
uf I. inar cliawlfied where the amount
I of land chlefl) aluahle f.ir Bgrloul-
' mire w;irrnnts It? being taku DUl of
lh eforeata nml It also tnkea rare ol
iraaa on which detailed claaatflcation
:lll dido) amnll area nuttahle fi.i
. uttural development within the
I r Th. ..ik Ls batng carrlnd on
wtth th aaadatance of the bureau of
...lh anil the hure.iil nf plant Itnlti'trv
The development of water power
' up. .ti th national foreata inrea.ed
rai Idl) during the year partli nlarly
in California It i the purpoae of the
Iccrvlci t. encourage power develop"
Rienl In evi ry pn.all'le wa'. While
I eafeguardtng the intereat of the pnh-
' lc The mil. n iiu output from th
p. rmltM now In for l nearly M'O-
90 1 horaapow r.
Itegulatlona n. in force aim to
aafeguard the Intereata ot the public
prevent apeculattv huhiing of fewer
sitci providi for oomnlet and propet
action a . iure I return to the govern-
manf for fh privilege granted pro.
iili li mean by whlrh Itatefl and
munldpalltiea may nogtttre power
pirniit. and prevent unj it ohargea
'ling pta .il on the i on. timer.
Iaaprtveavta on rrrt-.
Th f .ri It nr p. lug mail rttcrea -high
niief.il. e Mi.re than 3.".0
mile of road ari aoo mile. .f rite
line. nearb .oun mile of ti Ii phone
line anil ?..'' tnllea ..f tr. It a wrre
bill The preeent rata of all pabbK
hn prevent eat an the foreat i aoem -
what over 1.1. MOO. 000 twu-thlriij if
thi amount liming ! n put Into
line of onenmnnlcatlnn and protec-
tion. Rgeelgdg frv:-: all ourea fur the
pear vv-r. ullrhtly under I:o000u0.
ah owing an Increase of lb per cent
over l'.'U Whil expenditures fur ud-
mtniatratloa tt.i protection were
1 alightiy o'er 14.000000 showing a
.! reaae from 1512 of 2 per cent It
la p. In ted out that the work of eaam-
it ng and appraising Umber prior to
ale is seriously behind and In come
regtow and that larger receipts from
Umber ar - contingent uj "n the funds
that can be niale. available for this
puri Althi ugh luotvy for tim-
!.i r ale v. 'Tk is tie. ! tr ii t. il
I from what i needed to protect the
fnr's against fire Improved organ!
ration of th.- fire protection system
hai Increased Its affl iencp. owing
partly to favorable weather conditions
I the total fire low was only f 07 000
Ilea than in rr cent of last y-ar
tajhn h was the beet to date.
I Th r's.'bt.t population of the for.
; est. Ih given as m nrly 2uO00tj and
the transient population ls DTOT 1-
' r.oo.oun Recreation use of the f..r-
-'t" Is Increaalng greatly and l In
Otne place giving rls.' to th nee.l
for careful sanitary regulation in the j
inter. st of the 1366 dtle deriving
their water supptle from stream
1 pn teoteel by the forest...
stone; far the Mat. .
j tender exltit u' law II per cent of
thi gross r edpta from the forest is
paid over to the states by the f. ieTSj
government for the benefit of county
: s. hoi. Is and roods. An additional 10 j
per M nt ls expended In building
road and trails for th benefit of th-
public. About 1.17000 will be avail- I
able fo rthe slates during the current i
rear fr..m last rearms r. oeipta besides
If tt.SOl provided for In the road
fund. Altogether Including special I
funds to Arizona and New Iteadeo the
national forests provided nearly
sr7noo la be expended for the bene.
Hi of thi state in whl'-h they are '
More than TMdM acre have been
acojnlrad for national f.re purpo.es
In the BOUtharn Appalachian nti'l
White n Hintains of which 1 (insider
s' !v more thar half was secured dur-
ing 1MJ. These lands are bing pro- !
laded ngolnst fire and the work of
the government has greatlv strength- '
ned local sentiment against forest
fires. Home j;o miles rf trail to
help in fire control were completed
during the vrar.
Co epefation with atate In protect-
ing forested watershed from fir' has
brought about n co-operation field or-
ganization In fifteen stntes.and the
aama arrangi n.ent 1 (ontMnfiated
gftth three ulb. ra.
The wonder of the age Is now at the -'.astern Qgrage.
Will remove every particle of Carbon from SOUI cylindeis with'
n.. chance of earring the cylinders which often happens with the
most careful mechanic' Hiring
At the pri. e of one dollar per cylinder you save $so to $10 and
can afford to dean motors oftenor. Then vu will ajwapg have the
maximum power of your engine A trial will convince you.
Hopait... gUPpitCe Ma I inc Work anil M klc PUtlng
wm . 4 1.nwr1 1 Prop
Wn oTl'- Ml Bast Third MtsMt
I tutcrtakinir Co.
Phones Iff 86-911
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Lorton, Eugene. Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 89, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 28, 1913, newspaper, December 28, 1913; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc134911/m1/2/: accessed August 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.