Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 56, Ed. 1 Friday, November 27, 1914 Page: 2 of 10
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THE Tii.sa DAILT World FRJfrXT NdVEMBEB 27 1 M 4
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SPECIAL TRAIN OF POOD
SUPPLIES WILL BOON
Itver&J Carloads On
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ORBERER V A S
BEE AUSTRIAM I
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THIS IB THE CRITICAL BITU
ATION IN BELGIUM
LOOKING TO AMERICA
Ships Are Coming to the United
States to Be Filled
r named bi the
hi anil handling
pi addressed to
nf tlii' committee
tale It h nl
W!kU Does Your
1 1 'in tiah union. Tax H' (aid thai In
h.it I.. . umi of me."
No Details Yet
Of The Bailie
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CHAItLEH M BCIIWAH AND HAVID JAl.Vh lill.l.
NEW i i 'l;K Nv It i harleg M.
m Btcel company upon his arrive
nil. nit Ii.'ukIi denying tin. report
the nation nt war f..r millions
Ids .i uf the Beth-
Europe aboard tliu
roughi with hia contract
wort u of itei i armor a nd
i thul the United Bta Lea facing a wave ot proa-
Id extend over H period of the next ten year
n board wad David Jay ne BUI former Ambassador
i le h oryptlc remark thai in had "his facti oon-
whlch some da) he might tell
If lit I am I N..I I ;i ir ..il l o
Not I ah t. ..in I '.'i '. t i
bituurt'g iHlclnm Wuii i v and
liiini-li IHujili -. I ic.
CEHRAH HOSPtTAL FORCE
GUILTY OF PILLAGING
rn mi i.i it n i'i i it i n
in nmi i iu m n mii it i
MAIU'I l .
flclals. in thai ol Surgeon-Major Col-
Huh. it w.iH charged there wore found
three IVnagrs statuettes with the
l&bcli of the Peronne museum at-
larhed to them It was alleged that
In the I'. ikk"-' of the dbacOnesscs
there were pleci of silii carpets and
fine linens whlofa the deaconesses
Is ' ted had boon given them b
Carmelite slaters in appi latlon of
tbelr kindness to French wounded.
QllllH In tilt. W'-s
i court in irtlal today
n M ijors Collins and
wen In harge of the
In spttal of the second
egi .1 pillage Nine
' ii hi .1 to the hospital
nl on ea varying from
three months and io
i arj ms from
same charge Eleven
connected with the
i . iptured by the
onne on September 16.
bags n' arouaed the
Fri m h army of-
"The i'. i
"No; you hil
bullets a piece
louiii i J
l i "in Europe
porter doesn't paste
ii your trunk any
your choice nf two
of bombshell or n
of shrapnel." Louisville
In .i rd
weri staking hi
Little Rock .itti. wants the name
' Culebra slide onferred on u new
I dance is it ethereal enough or too
much of the earth earthly?
i NEW VnltK. Nov 1 8. This
Thanksgiving day found isven million
starving parsons in war usujil Bat-
glum Crying out for bread uiul only
half enough on hand to appsaae their
hunger Three thousand tons nf
f i are required each day to feed
the suffen re pel to date the United
States upon which the Belgians must
depend In the main for sustenance
ban furnished leas than half that
amount T n ounces u day Will SaVQ
a human being from ileath liy hun-
The foregoing 6pttomUMi a state-
ment i. lied today by the American
commission for the relief of Belgians
' n r i utu; ii plea for the kiiihII iiiun-
nty of f....ii specified r.'i each Inhabi-
tant ot tin. Hiih ken land.
Situation i. sii'iatc.
a oablo from H. C Hoover chair-
man of the i. .union commission de-
clured the situation desperate and
urged aaaiatanei Immediately He
said the commlsHlon was ohartering
i oral ship for despatch to the At-
lantlc seaboard trustinn tbut Ameri-
cans would fin them with supplies
The middle states are hailing In
contributions the commission Bay.
President KJniutul Jones of the I'nl-
Veraity of Illinois has started u inove-
raent to raise 1100000. Bach of the
ninety-nine counties of Iowa soon
will contribute a second carload of
flour. Kentucky is giving freely an
. sample of Its charity being shown
the other day when j. h Ellington a
blind and armless soldier Si years
.i.i of Mayftcild contributed no cents.
In Kansas ten thousand a. 'live work-
ers have been organised to work for
the Cause In Just ten days.
A shipload of food will Unit in xt
week from California uud another Is
being loaded in the state of Washing-
ton. Suit Lake City has given fifty
ars of f IstUffS which will be sent
by way l.f the wst coast
The south even though it SUffi red
Itself from the war. Is helping too.
Alabama win semi a shipload of pro-
visions from Mohiic about December
IS Flour will be sent In cotton
sacks and when the sin ks an- empty
the! oan be turned into clothing. Vir-
ginia i preparing a cargo of five
thousand tons fur January shipment.
MAT. I'.i.i.oM Tt m w BACK
Hanj I'oonlea of Present !a 'hw i
Origin to 'I'lial (.roup.
All the people who speak Knglish
German ltussian French Bpamsh
I Italian Welsh Urse or Irish Scotch
. i i in lii and some of the Asiatic lan-
guages trace their oiluln back to the
old Anan race says an exchange. It
u."l t. N- thought that the Aryans
came from s..iin' point In Aslu several
1 1 . "is of years ago. Bui now cer-
tain people claim that their home was
in the southern steppes of Russia;
and that the In. Han ami Persian
branch went toward the east the
s'.n.. and Teutons Into the German
forests nnrt the Greeks toward
Greece; while the for. fathers of the
Celts and Romans followed th- Dan-
ube liver into Italy and (inul We
know that ail these peoples are re-
lated from many words that have the
same root. We can tell by words
e.n now In use when the people
dwell together when they separated
one group from another ami some-
thing about their dully habits and
lives. For Instance We know that
the Aryans traveled In carts drawn
bj cattle because our Words "wheel"
"axli " "yk"" mid "wagon" all come
from Aryan root Words. We know that
m one fitne the were pastoral i.e.. pie
depending mainly on their flecks- and
herds because our words "ewe"
"wether" "wool" "cow" "ox." "gteer'1
mid "herd" cmiie from Aryan words.
Other words tell iih that they Were a
t .una. lie people migrating according
to the season to "Main pnsturaRe.
It is ii . urious thought that seems
to hai" occurred to no onet that many
Of the Aryan people are coiiilnu t"-
K.th. i iiKaln In the United States for
A Style Artist Designed
' ' tunc
ill tlie skirt.
in wen line
i of other sili ii-
t lit- highest at-
Note its gfjioofu
oollar the full
There's style and
It 's here with hundreds
iliil garnients thai expi ess
tainablc in dosifpiiiig am
STEIN-BLOCH and SOCIETY
in aim - of unusual merit ut
S25.00 and I pi. at d
For Many Men of Many Minds
-Sterling Values in Suits and
$15 SIS and $20
Ii ii i 1 1 -
c jint forth nt
I really have
' in ul t ry on to
this to vou.
-li I n I
Illcse Jilillilii priCl
to see tlictii to cx-
fully appreciate their
ill tlulllV Slid let IIS
Boys' & Youths'
Mackinaws of Ex
For hoys and youths from 6 (.. IS years
there's a range of prime new Mai ki-
naws that for downright value are the
best that ever oame under our observa-
tion. Handsome plaids In tones of
brown gray maroon ami rich green
mixtures; warm wear-resisting and In-
deed wonderful values at S5.0Q
"l.lltic Dutchman" Suit- thai will de-
light any mother who has a "young-
ster" from S4 to years 18.50 to 10.50
(See Fourth Street Window Display)
More "Trinity" Combination Coat
Leggings and Hat combined; u'-s
to 8; ran values at $.-.(11)
Out "Double I. if."
two pairs of "It nick.
from 8 to IT years art
of sconomy at
Childs ' Combin atio n
Child's Combination Jersey
suiis iii one piece garments and
child's combination Angora
BultS Coat i'ants Hat and
cloves m ii wide range of col-
ors and white; sizes l to -I
years I1.I5 to Sison
the first time since their separation
thousands of years hack. 11 will tak"
centuries for their amalgamation in
what has lnen called the "molting
pot;" but doubtless the homologous
people tiius descended will be the
greatest people in the world.
STEADY RAIS CHECKING
FIRES IN ARKANSAS ?
Ill I II A I
T W II I. III'X'K
run;- .vow ItAU-isu.
AMERICAN WOMEN WHO ARE AIDING IN RELIEF OF BELGIANS.
ll l- an I tquUttC .lot In I ... In
M) Miii.. i N. ii Stuart's Ualtium thai
Uarcrs i.n. Mi U)-li l 5
Would Make Pan-
UKU. AD 1 101 OH
Mihlt pi M j infj ; . f
BMWUPUy ! In to I
1 1 dn Vou 1 en rd
firt nmi pftj it i I
on kint yon iri to i
..... irtfcSP . 'J
1 trl. 1 to hang nonie pictures
' I so mi dl tlonarlss on a
and they slipped from under
Members oj the szecuUve committee if the amerlean Women's War Relief fund in London photo-
graphed at BI Psnena London Left to riKht S atedl Mrs. I-wls Ilarcourt. secretary; ijidy Randolph Church-
lit chairman of hospital oomsalttM; Mrs John Sat or. vice president; 1ji.1i Paget president; Duohssa of Marl-
I rough ami I.n.ly T.owther. Standing left to rifriit Mr. Paris organ tStnS manager of the hospital committee;
Mrs Bp'SUl Owen treasurer and Secretary of the conoenk relief committee. Walter S. N. Burns treasurer;
Lad) Henry chairman of the atoOUng oommlttse; Mrs Robert Straw brlddts chuirmun of Um collect. on sen-
DMiteS and Mis Wallet Kurna.
LITTLE ROCK Ark.. Nov. 26
Reports from all parts of Arkansas
early tonight Indicate thai a slow
steady rain which began at noon la
continuing to fall all over the stisl.'
checking the forest ami field fires
which were threatening to assume se-
rious proportions in many' sections
A report from Ashdown In north
western Arkansioi says that three
farmhouses neur there iBiilted by for-
est fires burned last night and that
farmers were plowing tracts arollhd
their farms In an effort to save their
fences and buildings.
Woods is om of Danger
MU6KO0EE Okla. Nov. St. The
town of W ii... Is Which for several days
has been threatened by the forest
fires gweeplns around it is tonight
reported out of danger. The flames
are rolling to the northeast In a prac-
ticality unlnhai.it. .1 aecUon.
Olaiing reflections on the glass of s
store window often make it diffi. ult
for passero-by to see the display In-
side the window but n New York
store has succeeded In applying the
scientific principles of optics to the
problem so thai its show window is
no longer an exasperating mirror.
This store had a particularly use-
less window on a hlgh-prleed frontage.
Anyone who took tin' trouble to stop
In front of the glass and get thi
propi r angle to nv.u.1 reflectioi -. or
to place ills nose eli.se to the glSSS
could see the window display: but
show windows are designed t.. attract
and hold the passing glances Df people
walking hurriedly or tiding past In an
automobile or even walking on iho
opposite side of the arret '. and to
them It was nothing hut n Store front.
There were many causes for the IV-
ficetions in this particular window
one of the worst being a light oolored
and e" light-reflecting high building
across the street.
New the Window Is si- free from
glare and reflections that it Instantly
attracts attention; for except on close
examination there .i."'s not appear to
he any glass at all simply a show
window op.-ti to the air. The eyes I '
people passing are so a 'CiistoiiiivJ to
more or less reflection from show
windows that 'hey are 0SUghl by tho
complete aboe&CS of reflection an a
contrast. EVerv one almost Instantly
notices mlaelng plate glass on the
morning after a windstorm lias blown
In h shew wind. IW
The remedy for this window had t
be worked out to suit the particular
location though the general principles
apply to most cases a curved plate
glass window was substituted for the
ordinary fiat glass curved in auch a
way that the worst light reflections of
I lint 1 11 ....I.. ... . ... i . . . . .
i. ..inn no i it'ueei io um
eye level nf pedestrians This glass
was placed in the show window space
some distance back thus avoiding
most of the reflections from up and
down the street
The window space floor walls and
mug DetWeen the glass and tho
nt of the building was paint.. I a
II hllok. Black does m.l refloat
pli-ht but absorbs it. Thus any light
falling .nist in front of the window
i would not reflect from the glass to
I the eye level on the side ik nt n i
ordinary slmw wtnodwa light from the
si.i.w.iik reflected from the glass
often cans s trouble.
The new window has been found to
be sat.- from accidental damagi both
because uf Its str.Mgth due to Its
CUI-Ve and because It Is far enough
back from the sidewalk to be out of
tie' way of most dangers. -Saturday
man would listen to
didn't know It Was
Only Sure Corn
Cure Ever Known
"Cots-It" tin- line) Way. I is Do ll
To endure tho pains and tortures
caused by n little thins like a corn
is ridiculous simply because it is un-
Bl at iry The new-plan corn cure.
Ui. "nrTs-iT" for
Cerni and You
Won't " Holler "
when Vou Hut on
. . erv T T ' ' f . . .
" is ine nrst me ever
known to remove corns without fall
without pain uml without trouble!
Tins Is why It Is tho hlggest-s. lling
Com cure In existence today It la
now list d by millions because It does
kWai Willi sticky tape Wth plasters
and Cotton lings that shift their po-
lUon and press down onto th com
with selves that "raw up" the toe'
lth "harnesses" that. caus pressure
and pain with knlvea razers and
flies clawing and pulling at a corn
"QHTaVrT" Is applied In tWO sec-
onds. Two drops nnpliio with the
glass rod do the work paia goes
the enm shrlveb) vanlshea Aecopl
no substitute Try It on anv corn
wart ce.llus or bunion tonight
"OET8-IT" Is sold by druggists
every where. 2(c a bottle or ient di-
rect by E. Lawrence A Co. Chicago.
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