Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 56, Ed. 1 Friday, November 27, 1914 Page: 4 of 10
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TUB Tl LB A WOULD MMhv NOVEMBBI 27 1914
1 1 N(l CM M I'A KY
UlSA DAILY WORLD
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llAKKY C iiHIKKIIII
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ka.'. .a cm m rii i .hi
DM U U l'A KM Manager
k mi ii irnau "I ' ii '
li not often r.iiix to th francliist
of Wiu Bluet urn of ii ooinnv ! m .nil la
senteuiis nun tn I'll legally murdered
lint this un (Iihik happened in Hi"
will- Ii Willi. huh ma elected ini'1 'he
Increased Hooialist volt ims awakened
thi Ii sden Of Ins lii iim" i. ill jiarly
Ii till ! nl'-atlon Hi.it tin- I'i 'pin of
i 'kliilmiiiii u It nli. .lo uro Urn) i f thi:
l in i lie
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l)Un.. io I rrl'i
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Ui.n uiulilli ...
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IuImm Pepirtsnel 'uu
t I. ' Hal i . . .. .
i n dalles '' i uiiiimui
BVttl agi. I .'.''HA
in ' 'iiti of All'
Hit n M nl mi. hi I
nloil tin. Ii hi .r
1 I tlil'll Whom till'
At tlir hot i i. ' Ui
.ii tin tiiii.i "i
igue the partisan parasite and
. i in ui in polities
iJeirii ratio leaden n u list" ulsn
thai unless that party padMni 1nM
through Ita n' i irtscted administra-
tion from the governor down that it
haa 'i trimming coming and u trim
it wo ild i' bean manifestly bat-
TO THOROUGHLY INVESTI
(iATE CONDITIONS IN AR
KANSAS MINE TROUBLE.
IS NOW ON THE SCENE
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thai ' .i' in' tn
out 'ii" w nli
fuao noa to
tin .'.! man w '
I'M'. Illl-. I I'l f'1
tmor Hunt :
..fiir tha i" 'i
muni 1 1 of i mi' n printed ' i'l'
r a in i . I km II T7 when dtfloXI S '
bl II.'- i 'i l.i ; ..f II I .. daje '"'
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I' Hi I. in . . I. . .. lull ii mauag-i M
Hi.. Iu.m dm IVi.rlil. beliia auli i ..rn m'.'n
nffn in that attar iltxlui il'. "'I ' 91
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Irl ibrr I'M I ( II M K HI M P.
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Hart- tlspssi ln. a tha Aur on wtilrh Iht
rii iStalBtstritian in.mth refloab7.
ili-fl. ilfjf promised thai I' seaM bmlah
in iDinla inpplv of pun iim - (ratal
throngs ' I.- rii man and tbat yr .ailaa
baa pgt bran fulfilled
tv eeatentlea ' Tha WorM u ni
Ihtl Ihf r ly l.aa del a pr.ivpn a.ipily ot
auod vralai k.utal.lci to? Hinkln iMir...a4.
bvl ('"' i'"4 aratar darjarttuaat lian not
Dp 'i. Ibil tluiv drl.vrri'tl II In tba wad-r
ii-i-l IcHaton l't UN II
oitgh .i poaalbia."
in vi 'i nhould liii'.' been put n h to III" I the
lahad whether there i man acti
tenoed tn iiHna or Dot. it shown thai
attttr nil clvllliatton'a m. ii liua u .t
the daya at the Biianlab Inquisition
i ran I prefaranei
ep .'ii plui
Am..' I '
chot. brother of
f Hit' bui Uini;
eri Turkey' h
.1 n .in
thankful Hi.it tin
m t. i nii'r
and Hi.' i '.. iifui ni i n il. i mi
not t.i mi biottod from the nic
We apeak of 1 1 a - - powei "f
fore than bundn .1
Uurd Ohath 1111 1 oae m
parliament awd spi ak
Aim ru .(ii revolution s.i!..
eve K-'t tin nu'T
withniit riKiit. i" 'in nioal odioua and
debaatable nbjeel Hint can be offered
t. trm IhIou of 111. 111 "
Tlir power of 1I10 people In 11
concert th.it men shall I"' murderadi
ami .'li.irxr It up t.. I Offal ikis.mi i l.at.-.
in 11 power Inveeled "wlthoul rlaThl
When the knol allpa Uder the I' ft
csiih of thi' 11 111. 11 when the rope
tlariitena and tlil'll' tonguea loll from
their mouths in .ii nil struittfle r
ery voter who stamped ini ballot
iik'.uiisi Ho' anieudinenl should be
held reapoualbla for their death and
upon tlielr head ri'its the reeponelbll
Ity and upon their hands n be the
l.i. ..ni not up. .11 Hi. inn who found
(.-. . 1 . itir sentonci . not upon the K"
!( ary Indh Idual.
l i.l 1 1 'l III.' Mil".'
..ill baekwarda a atop
si i h.. far in tin' depth
1 hail it hi carve Ita foi
pi opoami 1 eforms
It waa lmi..sllili' to rhniiKi' I hi
1 lithm ' f 1 ho u ppi-r and Iowm
1 1. 1 ins of Hi' lagtalature; hut hs
n "i Tii" balance of :. ernrnental
power would have been bettor Hjft
tu n w will watt uini hope rVlllbiini
I Hi.' sovei'iior ot Oklahoma and he
'ii- ii.i havo tin' support "f th whoh
pi pie so long aa 1.. aervea all iln.
people 11. im a servant not t dots
Inant Irritant blatant darruA4r"k"Ua
nko no have bad In thai chair in the
1 . .mi u servant he eu ii" a
iri ' itood tot oil tin- people all the
lime if 11 is in him and if he dooan't
1 it into inn bawd thai ha is bigger
than the peopla h.. put him there
in . 1 ui.. the offloe for peraoaal ag-
Riiindltomeul Inatotvd of well balanced
policies t'oi ilio benefit of tin- people
hope for tin' beat
n tinlj 1 iklaboina pi ads li'iiinin-
flxlng and not machine fixing"
if tin' Ini'onilng adminlatratlon
lellvcir the g 1-. wi II mil good.
. Hi.' eavpe
ted Japan's lalk
hand t. the need al
there la ometblng 111
Champ 1 'lurk than whom there la
-1. in. her peace advocate banded
u tip to pi t'suuipt lous nations whOD
Mo remarked that tho fiK-htiiiK quali-
ties ..I' Hi.. A men . 1 ti people tu ver
falls when noedod
nl'l'i Hill K nils IN I Ills
11 II Willie .'
rator or some
Hun Been Exuiihiiiiim Records of
the Coal Operaton1
POUT BM1TH Nov Jrt. A thor-
ough luni Intpartlal luvoatlgatiou of
the oonditious ami merits of tha min-
ing troubles in Hartford valley whs
promiaed by Ethi Iborl si 1 a art chief
statistician of tho bureau of labor
stutlstloa who arrived here today from
Kansas city. Mi Htowart spent
about tan days at Kansas City ex-
anilning the records ..f the South-
weateru Interataite Coal tjperatorg ns-
suotatlon which controls tins field.
wiiiio detailed to iim field bj Sec-
retary "f Labor William Bi Wilson
Mr. Stewart comes It is .-.nil. ut. the
representative of I'rcsldonl Wilson
who requested the luvoatlgatiou fol-
lowing Um confei early in No-
vember between Pn donl Wilson
Secretary Wllaon and Atturnoy Qeo-
era! T w Urogorj Mr tlrogory ad-
dressed a letter 10 Secretary Wilson
outlining briefly tho troubles in tho
prairie Creek region of Arkansas
where property ii.ui been destroyed
two men killed ami prisoners taken
from United States officers and said!
"I had a conference with the presi-
dent this morning and we both
though) it would i.e very desirable for
y..ii to semi one ot the vers bosl men
in your department to rorl Smith
ami have htm make a full report as
to conditions ami the merits of the
ardor ii in' eatigatPi
Acting on this Instruetlon Secre-
tary Wilson detailed Mr Stewart to
the work in tha following order:
"Vou are hereby directed to pro-
ceed io Kort Smith Ark and such
other places as you may find neoea-
sury to Investigate Hi.- causes ami the
conduct of the trade dispute at the
minis in the Prairie Creek coal re-
gions of Arkansas and make a full
report lis to th millions and the
mollis of the controversy."
While the operators court officials I
aiul mining nu n in this section were
looking for aim Mr Stewart quietly
Slipped Int.) Kansas City ami made el
complete Investigation of the records I
of the operators' association which
has its headquarters there There be
also looked Into the records of Frank-
lin Macho's connection with the as-
"it ami out toctation from winch
Mr I ladle
pessimist declaring that Individualism withdrew in 110; the lltlgatloo ie-
I tween Ha. 'he and harlea Keith pre-
Is being crushed in tins country that I tdent of the association and the I
tin- iiuiiM.iii.il is being K'niimi down Howat and Holt suns involving the
aispoaiuoa ot uDout 2vuuv alleged
I to have been Dald in seeunna eon-
tracts between the miners ami opera-!
land Instead of personal opportunity
the I rams and the tit 1 -lit of the COUtt-
tn is being smothered beneath the
blanket of corporate organisation.
They prate about tha good old days
w h. n there wa
Among the mattera which it is be-
lieved w:il he Investigated here are
the records !' the federal court in
connection with 1 he ei-untiiis- nf tho
no sumptuary h'S-is-1 tcmnorurv Inliiu. lioii by Judae TTle-
fl ber of Little Rock: the permanent In
junction Ki'.inli'U by Judge Frank
Ifoumana here mid the conditions un-
derlying the appolntmonl of FVank-
I im Uuche us recelvar of the Bache-
1 'en man inti reats.
The .mi ope of the Investigation also
will include the various troubles in
Hartford valley dating from March
li when Hiiche closed his mines.
Mr Stewart declined to discuss his
work others than to say that j ut at -i
fin from the preliminary work ai-
re. ui covered it promised to u ver
l 1 . .....1 . .. .l..i III. -Inn
ill" creation of unnecessary bureaus . ' ' .' .
here however is believed io Indicate
tud governmental departments which that President Wilson is nol entirely
flowered during the brief Incumbency wtisfled with the reasons advanced
no- the presence of the I nited States
of President Wilson though the iced troops In this field ami desires a
u 1 Down in tho Roosevelt admlnia- more complete and official report.
s ineasjurably destructive oft
latlon when we dlil not have
the trusts and when every man was
ss good us every other man ami fre-
quently "1 1. 1. line. 1 Bight better" us
Mirk Twain used t" say.
in i' 11 1 there is something to this
ebullition of despair. The World has
pointed em for years al least as long
It has I. .'t-n under the present
j man. ui. no ni. that the trend toward
To tfvt yniir aniiouiiceint'irt in uexl Ship
Monday' Hi"; Issue of the World and Sun
as the "Early Christmas Shoppers Buj
If you are desirous of getting your
ate shaft) of the Early Christmas trade
impress your claim for patronage "n
of the many thousands nf substantial
Sim readers by being represented in
4 1 1 i 1
Don't wait another minute M i
New is the time for action The
confront vou demand thai v7ou n
ako the mosi of
JTour better judgui
IT! ( all L000 NOW!
Tulsa Morning World
Tulsa Evening Sun
The ideal Combination that nes into almost every
home in this district.
77j? Circulation of the World and Sun
is guaranteed to he in Excess of 18000
Four times the circulation nf any other paper pub-
lished in Tulsa County.
I prints in the
! tho reckle
freedom of action and of
have pointed out that the
f these "amolllng socletli s'1
deti r Investment and that
; charges of corruption ami
FUNSTON AMY HAS
City News In Brief
.1. i w oiiol Ilk
i i i.isi n in mi si M i
Then is a constant and growing
understanding among all the people t
Oklahoma that tho nest legislature
will do mole good for tin. slate of
Oklahoma than nil former similar
bodies have done slnCC st. itch 'ml.
Tii.-ro is a rsnsjoo for this under
standing ..r rather sentiment
nnd In legislative bodtei
e have called repoati
in the stump
1 attention to
the fael thai the gerateat period of
i rospi i ity in this country the greatest
advance in civilization made by M
sin- the war of the revolution was
also the period when Individual liberty
w us unfettered We might also add
i hat ii occurred during the tune of u
proteclll e tariff.
JJul with all the restrictions which
have been placed on the Individual op-
ARRIVED AT GALVESTON er&
11 HWllaWlVn ... .l morning ami was buried
that afternoon ut 2; 110 o'clock.
of the tvstern and northeastern parts
of the state. Hi- arrived in time to
eat turkey in Ri art i n hall yester-
day noon ami will stay to see the
Kendall-' i. 1' game Mon'lav befo.e
starting on another buaineas trip.
i it insi'outk ri ii moors
I RO!H I It (HI . pill K i
Ksl l Hli .
Till-: FITS' ERAL of Miss Ima Ruth
Quackenbush who died last Tuesday
will he held at the United Presbyte-
rlan church this morning at 10 10
o'clock by Rev. r. W Kerr and the
BART AS J i'I.ARK of the Melsner Interment will be ma. I" In Oaklawi
who was operuted I'emetery. I he ileci-ased was 'In
QALVE8TOK Tex.. Nov. je. Five
army transports today brought Major
Oeneral Frederick Funston ami over
four thousand soldiers of tho United
States expeditionary force from Vera
Crua to dalveston. The chartered
steamer Antllla brought 3H0 Amcricuu
and M.-xi. an refugees.
Through the mists of a rainy
Thanksgiving the Utile fleel aosed l"'..
The porl inlty Is not dead In this country .." ' -od.
long been tired of The great farming stuns "f the west! With the flagship Cristobal flying the
the strong partlsanahtp that
characterised the action of the s
and the last elei lion haa made
of I letnoi i at.-- nit ui. .mil tas
etary Dai lets a Wash
i .- i fused admission to
inr presidents have been
live than others hut not
lae in i
.. w. ami it
ever will be.
1' alls who spei Ini
revolutions in ex-
sslons have n mw
ave been iiisi ovel ed
iitl. I ti.as
Those European editors
of the sai rlflce of blood
ure being . in . rfuliy mat
mean to He. but that 1
get ms out of plai u
tVilsoti must wondci I often h.
Is expecle.1 to statu In- attitude t.
yii-.i equal suffrage snothei deh
gution of women ure demanding that
he see ..ml hear tin til.
1 ABE MARTIN
t 11-. i a. a-.. . 1 I . a . ..... 4 . . .
the greal hi.ues of the Mississippi Vai- "-""' i ' "'y j" v
eral were the transports Ivllputiiek.
gresi states in the southern McClellan Kanaan and Sumner The
Sumner arrived after 1 o'clock this
Among the refugees were many i us
hii.i southeasteni portions of the
I 'nited States with their millions of
. i . n i with thi ir growing tons house employes (rora Vera crua.
. ;t :. -. . i ml t..w ns sun liohi
A .'l...l..:il o-t.' . ... I. . I kt itil...
... Ih.il". f " ' J '
" "" in' cut ( astellanes of
i and still unite the youngster who Catholic dloceae of Campeohe with 18
icaiu deelre. to do something worth ( ''"o8 VlJ.".S2a conditions the
wlille. And there are opportunities In army camp site- nenrly four thousand
New fork no less than in the farming ! foWlers a 111 remain on the transports
for sev eral as i s.
s witness Hie ndv ertleement Of I On the flagship Cristobal guarded
the Board of Public Works of New by detail of men la $1000000 gold
fork City the ether day asking for ;l ''';'fn'"K cuftoms money collected
ai the port of vera crua oy tiio army.
competent man to handle the garbage
department and the advertisement of ACCEPT THE EXPLANATION
the City Commission of t'lewdand
Ohla asking for n competent man to 'rN'
handle a department of muntclpej I
irnvnrnmenl there i 'nportuiiltv la not ' WA8W1NQTON Nov
Warn V . S siunch
on lor appendicitis at the rulaa nog-
pltal last Sunday morning is reported
to be rapidly recovering
MART I. M I 'AN I El. of Bixby
aged B8 died at S o'clock Wednesday
afternoon. The body will lie shipped
to Wel.-h Okla. for burial nt i
o'clock a. m. this morning over the
Till: IT'NEKAI of Ernest Camp-
l.i II. w ho died in a local l ooming
house hist Monday night was held at
the Stanley A tlcCune chapel yester-
lav mornlnat at i;3il o'clock by RtA'.
1. . i n'liu ltili.riiu.nt wmh ion.lt. at
Jl'STICE OF THE PEACE H. B.
bhaeffer at 130 o'clock yesterday
afttTnoon united In marriage Robert
M Coyle and Miss Jessie 11. Moon.
Roth n side In Tulsa and are well
known. Tlielr ages were given at 13
and 2" respectively.
WALTER KINO S negro boy con-
victed of stealing a valuable piece of
-ilk from a North Main street store
will serve 10 days In Jail. The chief
witness iiRHlnst him was Dal BY
Fowler a negro glr) who purchased
the goods from hi in.
PAVING CONTRACT! were
awarded Wednesday morning by the
city commission to F. M
for pining districts 10S 109 111 11
mi.l with the Municipal Paving com
daughter of Mr.
and Mrs C It
East Eighth etreet
SERVING IN THE RUSSIAN
Was on his way back to T llsa last
ALL OUtET YESTERDAY
IN CROSSING FIGHT
1 11 'I n s I'l l.i. is BUM KA.
THE INTERSEX -
I K r.
With their work -car locked across
the Intersection of tho Oklahoma Un-
ion Tra.-f on i ipany's tracks tho
1 1 1 railway 1ms not been mo.
''' I In their operations StttCS last
" ednesday night probably for tha
ison that rssterday was a legal nob.
Oay and legal proceedings were haul
The T H H company operated at
leJist prloes on lhat line all day
ssterday No fare sag charged when
psssengers ontered the car at tho
terminus of the Una ami a transfer
good for the passenger's fare back
was g.' I'll iy )! conductors it is rev-
summer when the wat hroki uul and Ported that the nlttsons are delighted
Mr. Warner having sciwal bli thrue ' '!'' "afflo acconunodntton.
s'-'oii.iiv zpeasan that opera-
1 una will begin lu oariipst today Tho
'' ' ' T . ompany will not stand for
' ' I track to bo blocked If there Is
i aii In break the hlockade.
THE SANITATION IS BAD
years Joined the ranks. Before leav
Ing Tulsa Mr Warm t sras a shoe
merchant at II North Mall and befor
leaving for a visit to Rnasla sold all
of his stock with the eaceptlofl ol
sonio heavy boots ami slc. of tin
Endicott-.Iohnson make i. . i
peoted to he hack in Tulse this fall s ir-a Condition at Slt4' of state i nt.
but the war broke out .'U.d ha Sri ven.lt
detained for service. So we place bis
stock of the above mentioned shoei OKLAHOMA CITT Nov. M Dr. M.
on sale giving 10 and t? shoes ut ' Mahr state commissioner of health
one-half price on l iiday and Snt ir- tuiide public his report on the M
dav " 'r Survey made by his office of tho
Wo will also nlaop on autla. our en. '!' of Normun. the seat of tin Statu
Mrformlck Uro stock of iMaiimnd llrand Shoes Wnlvsrslty.
at a most substantial reduction for nre anr In bis report severity
ritol o'.irselMs overilocked. Tin. ' "mi' inns anegeit liulllf.irem'e shown
work On all these Jobs Is expc ted I
begin the first of next week
latin..). IVmm (... A..iurlnn ..r.ldAr HIT T lYlini'l . l.i rl nio rnli.
w anin g anywhere In this broad land Tennessee which attempted to outer blng the Shaekle 'drtig store who has
provided a fellow starta out with S I the closed bsrbor of Smyrna was been held ill the city bastlle for the
lM (i ...tentlon of finding "gmiieu that sne was approacnug alPW onj. " "jys aw -u m
ii.nii' ueia mi.' n suois were ureii as
f njpany for paving district US. The j hundred and ftft pair of turned! soled ly n Olty board of education and
It Whenever "ii liear a tun n sitting
a warning to the little craft no
: railing at things and SSylng I tng tC the explanation of the Turkish
ii i ii.. u n.tlii..r f..r Mil i tnltiiKtor of War to American Amhas-
shv a 1 rick at him Hnd go about y nir
sh because ho is not trying 1;
sudor Morgoi.'.niui. This whs iui-
nounced by Beeretary Bryan tonight
Mr Bryan said ho could not tell
ftom the message whether the Turk-
tsli minister of war made the formal
. eXL l.inlitn ii In rosnonse to the lii re-
hlm n luing and that somebody o ught Mutations which Mr. Morgenthau was
la a ton to cue wager thnt ho hns con
vinced himself that the world owes
i OU I' hi bluff Home folks 1
'(tn w..rk. Nothln' rhanges
us of tt n us th' liiiiilighU
.ir nnd tin) nay and fied
him Just as the ravens fed Elijah
R ii It la a far cry from Elijah's days
to cuis There is plenty to do for
'. v. ho are willing and capable.
Instructed to nuike but he believed
further dlsp.it lies would clarify this
In nv eent It Is understood the
explanation Is regarded as satis-
factory and the Incident Is regarded as
thi unt authorities Thursday. His
companion Alonao t'lark is still in
the i ity prison and It Is likely that
evidence will bo produced to convict
tii tt v on u elmlliir charge.
Tin: FOLLOWING list of mar-
riage ii cnees was leaned by the clerk
Of the . ounty court yesterday morn-
ing Thomas A. Roberts aged 2t. to
Miss Berths B. Ross aged IS both of
Tulsi; Rector R. Rose 21. to Miss
Battle A. Sawyer both of Red Fork.
Harvey M. Young 35 tO Miss Henri
E. Kersey !2 both of Tulsa.
I'llll. P. DtXON flnsnclal Becrr-
:ary of Kendall college arrived In tin
itty last night from an extended tour tonight
ladies' Uuee.-i Rml ('loss shoe' in n I declares 'hut there la a Imi-ii of lo o liftH
sizes at per pair. 50 cents Nettleton cleaning of the school premises and of
Walk -Over Florshelm and Garfield doptlon of methods to prevent the
shoes are on sale t your choice p4jf I Spread of disease. The report statnn
pair ti. Remember these shoes are "iat tn" compulsory school law re-
on Hale November 1 and t only 'l ines nil parents to put their children
Make us an offoi for tho Hul. i h.th ln School and for this reason boards
"i I'l'icaiion should use every precau-
tion to see that these chlldrsn are pro-
leeted as to their health while they
ar e In the si liooli ooni.
The (.port StStsS that the city
' ' ' supply In good nnd advises Its
rathsi hU shallow wells. The
swersgt and garbage disposal meth-
ods iiee.i ni o Ii linpioM inent a rd-
Cochran 22 1 3 '"" ' ' '""."t"" ' "" "' uociaros unu
i wmi4i ii nir orannnnce rssjMlrsg oil to
connate! with the SCWer only 479 have
" '"' and 171 have failed to make
Ii ronnerrllonS The report states
i.o.l ii... . ..r - - -
' ' - " I'.-n.-i.iii iiiu
loilllv of III flilllt uiir.nU- I . I ..... 1 1
Br i f ..fiii tarlm ii Mn i;..Ai.. r
Fork In a lu-round bout Ion- u ik l on ol .1 for i ..r.ii.. i.. .i
lug ami Shoe electric sign that . .st
Famous. IS West Elrsf St reel Adv
imo Ignln ii i .io d
BARTLMVILLE Okla. Not -Walker
Cochran defeated Harry f'Uaa
?00 to Itl In a Billiard Players'
league match hero tonight A
ages and high runs:
6; CUM 13 1-3 4S.
Welsh Won on Points
It R A t'SE N. Y Nov
die Welsh of wales llght'.cajght ham
plon. mitpointod Young
1 1 port
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