Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 89, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 28, 1913 Page: 3 of 18
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THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. 817 V!) AY DFCKMBKB 28 1018
Ml I.I U s Mi!! !H1 I l M lit'
I.IVsill il IK-Mt l l .
I always made the Off thai SOSAS
: . . fi amine" him
"Th ''haiK'' timt i mu trying ta
! '.-an 11 Og1 MID UM I 8 tntu rable
I He" d i lured Dm krtt "I give oh ref-
erences the following official In "k-
I lit noma hn hnc known ma tout
t. en ars .1 isUi h U. Williams
i of the Mate lupreme court 1 fudge
James Armstrong of the criminal
Dourt "i appeals; W A Durant for-
mer tweaker of the houM and now
1 mi mber "f timt bod) ; J. T Mi Into in
I ntui sonatoi . t. I'' Mi iiimlm p
1 Harr Beeler former
Issloner; D Hayden Uue
. iittoi a) 1 and ' 'rank 1 eo
IVuUld N'H Ohm Thai Kll'g' llitil tlf.
arod Hi t B 111 Hie It Ii Int. i-
it-t ! I'oNterUn).
by f di r
tiuar) trial (or 8 o'clock
OM IH M ( It UM I lit.
lary of Btate Bi
m mi i d 1 he
map I ! ID.l
n r. 11 H
Ai 107 EAST FIRST STREET
$10000 Ntock of Dry Goodn Shoe Clothing Hals Finnishum (IooiIm
Notions. Etc. which occupied this building liavc been unwed to 21U 15 Third
street and bw being si l I for Icra than rokI of raw material BUortago of
spai-c niini('s us tn quote a few prices oulyi
1 1 t Standard Calico per yard 4c Blue Work shins 29c
ttope Muslin per yard ...... .71 .c Men's Huekle Oveinhoes $1.00
tin.! Outing per yard 5c High Top Hoots $3.98
All Win. fterge Dress Is ...50c l;ur Serge Suits $7.60
Large Blankets 59c lleav Comforts B9c
Men's inioH Suits 79c s leather Kiiit Cases $2.50
50e Shii-ts and Drawers 37 1 ..c SHOES FOR A SONG.
213 E. THIRD STREET
Conic Monday and look it over.
Next Door to Tulsa Cafe.
J .f -as;
rotors ' . l
Btraughan Cluromori Oil
iif Tulsa; capital 116000; Incorpora-
tors W. n. Ira) . Houston Teg.; S. P.
Btruuifhan C. s. Walker Tulsa.
The Villi. n. hi Iturdw
! i Sty; B. A. Vaughn J.
ii u. Btewurl Hnrdw
nf Fori Cobb; capital I
1 1 Mv ; Flot encc Bten art.
lens i nn Cobb.
. r i
Cm: eanifad. 15.000; Incoroor I irs
rt Chowuing Clark Brudcn May-
Cornelius Oklahoma City.
Anti-Divorce League of America
capital non ; Incorporu
Evun I'liu Cameron 1 Itoland
lurtln J K. Thompson Muskogee.
Tin Weeden oil company ol Inola;
incorporator a. M
U m hot
I'm w pakm - and
n It i nd standard goni ri
i nina 1 1 1 . . qui i s
rlul! Ti iXli '. dri es out
bueds ui tin. ayetem
ore Appetlaer. I
i n. ROc.
TABTEL.KSH Malariu mid
Tui s.iiO' afti i noon The nam.
It i 'oltli . deputy United Btati
siui of Mutkoace. appeared
mu plaining witness In the Informa-
tion Mad in fudge Conner'a offli .
Detective Btege ahen iecn by n-ws.
reporters 5 1 sterda; . docllm d tn
ferred f trj the '-.i-''1 i" I be 1 ouri
in rather 1 han In 1 he n paper "
aeomed to take th affair very I
mil said that ho had ni 1 1 ven
counsel for himself How-
relt rated In strong ternin
i:s aired brought about by
.hbery of Walter Du i..tt. w h in
I s ha headed oft v in n Du :k 11
pted in "ahako" I inn Bam Iger
3 m m
1 1 Mm ok 111 "in kIjOOH 1 ii;-r
(1 l l I'.l II. MM. '-
SI KitU'Ll UAM .l l
r Kan a i 1 for n sum
.Mrs i:hin. Bnrham whi
ally supposed to be the "t
nituesa" whom sii.i i ( t
1 rlbe. declined to dlsi uss
h 1 1 Been by report era
in.i Ilea) li.
However aha positively denied that
BP g had offered he ( l.Oflo not to
srppear aa 1 witness in the govern-
in... iase :it Kansas City agalnsl
t.' i$e neither di'l sh
etUt J hi Uif polii
K . i.ii hundred people
tn ted to the corn r of B
Main atreeta aimut S:44
in 11 alJ the firemen of C
l"ii-t v. 1
stringing hoose from the
in the fifth floor of the
miii Bank building where n
smallXblaae had started from gao-
. . ki losl hi in the Marinelle Beauty
studio. However the fire w.'is extin-
guished befor the firemen reached
the scene Miss Minnie Woodaon an
employe of the atudlo received sliK'nt
However wheu asked If I burns on her hands.
r anj other 1 The damage to tne contents "i in-
exclaimed "I i idle was siitin
: I tell vou I
or word about the 1 aae."
did not deny thai si
III SHE IS
IB I II
ftO t 1l ISKI l Ml N I I I l I l"
till. STOW! I MU A
l.l Mi. II I
rERE IHE SAME iEi
C11 fin . nini Has a Hi ;nl IUng
tlnu Pulled ii fusl Two
Bweeni l IT again For the fourth
time In the pool s weeks his groci r)
store 4 1 s st Third streel wa rni.-
n. ii iaal niniii Uaat nlfht'a attempt
w.is . hold-up as ill" Iaal one waa the
twa prevloua attempts being burg-
laries. I'll- hold-up lasi nighl waa commit-
ted by the sum.- two men at nUout tin-
same time and In the same manner aa
the one about two weeks ukd. Bugene
1. 1 I. store manager waa alone about
! o'clock whan two young men an-
ti red. Neither was masked.
They pulled guna on Ball bom
mandi ) him to hi Id up bis ban is and
then rifled Ihe cash register of tb
two or three dollars it contained. They
then walked out pf the tronl door and
disappeared to all Intents and pur
. !'. Shim in-
store was muc
affair last niuht
the prdlee spent
1 rooks and Imu
n in and fightin
Our repair departmenl is
the best. Belco Starting
and Mechanical Expert at
your set vice.
.Station 5th and Boulder
propt Ii tor of ' be
Incenacd over the
and declared that If
more time catching
11 Uln I'.i-rtill .'11 ss-
ib among themselves
thej would accomplish more. Ho has
offered $r." reward to an; one ar-
reatlng the two hold-ups but de-
lared he ibiin'1 espect any member of
the police force would be able to
The foreet product laboratory at
Mails ni. Wis lias made 400 teatt
on the strength ol Amet n an woods
aboard a train an hour or so later
According to several ol McNaughton's
friends he waa at ins in' in Calu-
mi t. 1 1 inib-s i rom Hancock . at :46 j
o'clock. Tim train is scheduled to
leave Hancock at 9 11 o'clock.
A mass meeting "I union labor nu n
of Chicago was called for tomorrow !
to adopt reaoluttons affecting the cop
per diatriet situation Bnd several muaa
meetings will be held In otbet rltlea
the general inanugora before the attack
I. n i. J7 "it
tin. comment of
ire tonight in the
ifter i be late i pro-
ni Hi" Calumet
by Charles H.
i 'h i iter
proposlnu t mi thi
Mu) . i s ! iter proposing t nn i noa
of Botleim ni "i the strike follows:
on the eve of the burial of the
victims of the lerrlbli disaster which
occurred in our midsi at a time when
the dm trine of peace on earth; good
will to men h.is being spread among
the little onea of yout employes who
were striking for a'hal they believed
t ie a j.it caui . i again com to
Won't Wink. 1
Bit KAI'IOS .i
won't work" u..s
Governor Ferris ii
A ssociati .i Pn
lio.sal for setloineut
copper atrlke made
Moyur in t.'hicagu tins afternoon was
wua positive 1 1 - mil perators would
which compelled them to etnplo)
without dlai rtmlnal men who at
present are stiiker.s.
Governor Perrii sain in saw noth-
ing in M oyer's latest settlement ii i -oaltlon
i" whloh he personally would
object He called attention to the
fai l that he advised the mine oper-
.itnrs to accept Hi" first proposition
you In their behalf and ask thai you for a settlement ol the difficult!.
times for him She admitted that she
u i v. Walter Duckett but became
confused when anawering a Question
also the date When sh" last talked to
him Bhe said that she knew both
Burrlss and Dew Bhe at Ctt il denied
that sh. knew anything aboul the use
until aboul noon vest r.l.iv "hen she
mid an a r appear i with a sub.
po na fi a to appear as a Itnesa
In the .. tlnsi Btegi next Tui i
iu aft i n on. Win n Baked II She In-
tended to be in OOUrt on thai day. she
said she dldnt knew as she was ex-
tint: to be "called' out of the cits
before that time wie n i loaely quel
Boned as in when ihe was going and
.m she waa expecting tin- word
he said she did not know but
be likely would he gone by
Mrs. Barbara is said tmu the
never been subpoenaed in the
Dan ci tiger ease at Kansas City him
ni-. sgld ska bad n" reeling sgainsl
Ktege However when pointed incs-
th.ns w re put that i ailed i"i defl-
answer she abaolutels naid she
not making advaaoe statements
nb-olutelv denied that she was
.Ml... ...l..r the sdvlci .111 "S"!
of Walter Duckett r anj ol his erali
series and threatened to order the
reporter out of her houst if thei per-
slsted in nllna such question
During the entire conversation
Mrs. Barium st wUh u.e door
n.lv ...rllv nnened OTIll I I'" "
mom. The sound of another p reon
in h lit
DIED USr IIGHT
i sratt u i s o
I1IK l Kit I IT M III
111 i D nu MTi i:oo
Mrs W B Barrett died last even-
ing at 81 after brief lllnesa at
ihe Barrett home l v: South Boston
A". Mis. Barrett last Wednesday
occamc the mother of a child who
preceded her in death Modi which
time her life tins been deapgtftd of.
A short service will he held at the
residence this afternoon at 1:46 con-
ducted by Rev. C. W. Kerr of the
Presbyterian church niter whloh tin
bod) will i" shipped to Morriltown
Ark for burial.
Tie dei ' need was a daughter ot ir
and Mrs C. c Burrow of thai place
and had been r sbient f Tulsa for
tin post three years. Mr. Barrett is
1 ii attorne for the Texas cm pan y
I m u HvrMfJ In trim I aiinlnu
The high price of siiitur durlnR tht
canning season bus always tended to
the amount of fruit preserved
In addition the heavy stiRar syrups
produce a sweetness clying t. many
p ople in n Bl reara high-grade
corn istnp has been substituted with
i fp nd resulta The corn aVTUp is
I ....I. I .if n. 1. t A
..' .- - - Eonimi t"i'i .
peraan any possible we into i in ))fi u. ( . ltt warmed with corn s-
nni unolher persnn i ...... u n .. .... i n..n. ni
i. i nv ( ' - - i i.ri ri iiiiie n- ii.ti...... ......
.. nnri I null II " .'"Me
tn llv diseertllhle
Her ntsH' rs to (pivtbo c nerally
wore very eviulve und sho finally
eoe(l and lin ked the door In the
fsce of th rrporters Bnd told them
She would talk uhmit the matter BO
Walter Dnekett Issued a atntement
yesterdny. cmphnthally denying thai
he nas In any wny ronnerted with the
cas.i which SteR-e claims Dttcketl
"frained'' ntrnlnst him. Duokatl laid
he couldn't understand hew It wns
Hint In Oklnhoma City Knnsa City
ana iverj place Stego had werked he
- f thtSe and other ad-
ihc method is rapid!) grow
nr w lthhougewlvea
ti k In fa
n is IXpbC i.oyai Order of
Moesji will clve a watch partj New
Years eve In the lodge gilt Then
will be dancing cards and refr'sh-
nn nt and nil n. embers of ihe order
and their families are Invilcd to be
nmp'v sermolis make empty seas
"nd the way tn secure more men In
il. . ... f in place mure m n in
it ootlnuPd from page I.)
nl the s -called I'ltizens-' sJUance;"
that ha had been shot ill the hack
dragged over a mile und thrown
. oard a train undi i threat r death.
Nn decision has heen reported as
t whether the federal government
will mak. an Investigation further
than that already ordered to be nuxde
by j bn i H oat e. solicitor of the
department of labor who left y eater-
ia for Calumet under Inatructlona
from Becretary iisn t offer assist
ance In trying t cleat up the strike
in Bisnanrt a Probe.
CHICAGO Dec. -7. grand Jury
investigation of the mobbing t Chaa
ii Moyer president of the Western
Federation of Mlnera at lianoock
Mich.. Iaal meiit. will be demanded at
Houghton county scat of Houghton
county h o . Hilton attorn" for
thi federation when ui- inquisitorial
body meets ni xt Tut sdaj
Mr. Hilton made this declaration
tonight He It fi Hanco k t inn day
nil ht but took a train bat k tonight
in the boulder in-
s subjected t an
n tonight at st.
nr an it at here i his
nd 'i by Cbarit ii.
lTannr auditor of the Federation
who ais" waa rough!) handled by the
mob at Hancock he was taken t a
hotel mur ih. union station where
Doctors William Hasher and u
I Hilton made a superficial examina-
tion of ihe around ..nd dressed it lb-
then was removed to the hosptet
i A pi arently the onl) danger i;es in the
I posslaillty of blood poisoning
Moyet Wo.bin't iniu
t... t was guarded from i '
'at the hotel nod the b.Op!tal and
BottM not he seen with reference to
the denial of lames McN'aughton that
he was wilh the mob at the raiTm;.
st.itbm at Hancock a charged by
Moysjy and that be searched Mover.
According W Mover and Tanner
the attack occurred at ai out 1:11 or
tl( o'eloeh and they were thrust
)oln with me In an effort t Must
this deplorable controversy. Acting
with authorltj from the striking min-
ers l have submitted to you terms r
arbitration which hould appeal to
any one who bt di Irons of bringinii
tn an end a conflict whloh has been
going on for more than five months
durltiK which time millions of dollars
have i n expended and human lives
have been sacrificed to sa nothing
which Moyer named and which was
Included in the statement given out
the Western Federation of Miners.
"When I . ggeated to the operators
tha.i they t n-il i Ui original Moyei
plan thi told me such a rourai
would in- an insull to tin- men athu
were working In their mines" aaid
the governor "Tht said further the
men In their employ at ihai time dhi
of tin- suffering f the participants not want to have anything to do with
and thoae who must necessarily feel the Western Federation i .Mines
the effect : of an IndiwtWal conflict at ' "ii is asserted that tin Calumet and
th's Um" Ti- thinking people of Hecla mlnea are in ini; operated with
this countr) believe thai there kt practically a full force n the Calu
something t settle between the em- t ami Mecla operators are telling
plcyers and then employes of this the truth tbeae nun do not want to
Biatrict. Can you longer maintain have snthtng to do with leh Weat-
that there is but one side to tins rn Federation I have put the met-
question and that labor shall not I p t tn nperatnr.s attain ami again.
given an opportunlt) to he heard? In The ill not lake bad Ihi strikers
my lasi proposal .i arbitration I indiscriminately"
greed thai the mining cm panics at I
interest miuht select two the miners sum Most Were m Hurprised
on strike two who are not members BUTTE Mont. Dec 87 John O.
- M "'
U. S. A.
Only botel in Oklahoma with its own lii;hi Ice and i old
Itorgge plants irtesiM Wtllt und gardens.
i SPEC I A L AN KOUNCKMI". N T. )
The busl&MI of the Brady Hotel whit h for the entire teg
yt tils of its history lias been operated by lessees or managers
has gfOWfl to stub proportion! Bl to require the entire time and
pergonal attention of Tate llrady who for the first lime takes
charge January i ion.
The finest elevator lystetB made by the Otis Co. has just
bten installed and $150000 will be expended in improvements
at cii-c. I am proud of the fait that while more than a half pil-
lion dollars was lost by the public in taking slotk in the Holds
lone Skirvin Lowen Busby and Hole! Tulsa that the Brady
represents the confidence of one man in magnificent Tulsa.
That its success is not alone because it is loiatcd near and in
walking distance from the Frisco Sania Fe and A. V. & W and
Katy depots where 05 per cent of I he travel is but because it
has never overcharged Ihe public.
TATE BRADY SOLL PROPRIETOR.
of their federal f mlnera and
either tin president of the United
I States and the governor of Wisconsin
i nr. .pate the auestion submitted to the
said board and
i their finding i
. "i s wound
rb"t d by bullet
N -rav ex. mn nth
Luke's hot I ' 01
ni of the tfnlted
mor i.r Mb Mgan
ommlttee of arbt-
i.owtn v member of ttn- executive
board of th" Western Federation of
.Miners who returned to Butte n f
days acn frm Calumet said todai
that the Federation offidabi were not
surprised ovgbJhe "deportation" of
I Charles H. Moyer frjm the Michigan
I epper district.
1 The deportation of Moyor had
been planned i month ago and we
Uown v sai! Ti.is action
. n ! . bound by
.it in you the
"That the pf I'
I states and tht g -I
together sele t a c
I trntl omp.ci f five or seven! knew It
Imembera; that ill matters in dispute I wat not the reatttt of r refusal to
ha stthcntttskl to said board and thai accept f unis from tne Cttlsens' ain-
I upon Bjcceptanri of uis medium of ance following the Chrlstmaa tragedy
arbitration the mlnera upon etrixtlyjie Michigan coppei companies were
! shall be re-employed by you without determined lo bring matters to n eri
duKtrlmnlgtton and that all Intertsjta 1 sSs by Men year's day. Mr Moyer
' in.ii be i ni b) ih Findings of aald had offered onl) i fee days aro to
board. have President Wilson or We gover-
"I submit to yon gentlemen that nor of Michigan arbitrate the strike
no fairer proposition for a tenement and the compsnles Ignored his ..rr r
f a coutrovers) nf this character ever "Many of the officers f th Fed-
has heen submitted by men on strik erntion left Calumet because we x-
s.ui I urRe upon you its acceptance tn pcrt"i Indlctn nt h. tht grand ury
.ni ti at peace may he restored In I "Moyer srltl he back in Calumet
thH district and assurance given that under government protection within a
shea au we have hen Called fl W 1m. We ferl that we :rr now
upon to witness shall be forever end- J eseured f a federal Investigation of
id" I Ujc v hole strlkn and that Is all He
The letter a cording to Moyer. was ask "
sddreaaed to 'ho "genera! inannaers a pr.t t meeting of th Butte mln-
f the mining c. mparles nf Houithton ' era ha been 'allefl for Btinday I' Is
and Keweenaw rounttas." I ettpected further funds win be seat to
Villi lr SsSflfl IllllltOfl tlm I n "it 111 A''"a!- $:i.eno has heen
leg that the letlei wag dlspal hod to sen! by local miners tn Calumet.
This i- the i.iininal Tale Brady tore establisltetl Septcr.il
1890 t lie -ite of the present Hotel Prom here 1 have seen
Tulsa grow from an Indian village of less than It. ni souls to a
city of 40000 during which time 1 have retailed two million
dollars worth ol merchandise mined and shipped -MX) urn- of
coal done more than sev en hundred thousand dollars of hotel
business employed from 50 to ISO people at all times and paid
mt $6000no f"i material and labor in Tulsa and Tulsa rountj
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