Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 224, Ed. 1 Friday, June 11, 1915 Page: 4 of 10
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Tulsa Daily World current comment
WORI T PI lil.IMHNO (OMIANV
tint . were.
van BUCh man
I win bank In
blow up the lnt( r
bridge ' "' '' otlng
in mum i' k. until a
t ii.it in la .1 Uci man nil
at t'i make the
HOTIOB TO TRZ PUBLIC
urtfrp itandltii of raputailon if anj i" 1
Hoi t pal liihart
Otherwise Mr Horn
up all tin'
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i.. thf "ty '"i wlikh
rall"ii. a iniifitli pr-
j promised thai i
iii a 1 1 ri iii rnag-
f.mlt la more with Ihr
ft r vh
ind Bam Qompi i
n puti it
n wai prophet's
disregard "f tin statutes. Mr Hlnei
tiona arc largely due to the Idea of
divided responsibility In which no
Ible tor i Ithi r .i i or a bad law
a Mate of iiff iirs which reacts on the
and producea a II mi lervtng class of
offli lali Bat h m mber of the legi
lui ire ft. ii- . nlj being oalled to ac
i or en t he gov-
aci that proves
Ii a bit to ahare
the people of
We muat'ftll turn our minds to 'ho
future of tho ii:ry. With .the
Interneclrit warn In Eun.po we "re
Intereated only to an extent a sen-
Umental extent Hut it ta now time
for every Amccl an to atand on hla
f.i' ind play the game. No! alnca
the ah i fired at Lexington which
waa heard around the world have wi
faced auch n crisis aj now eonfronU
tin people "t the United stat' .
None nf Ul nre native horn In the
ensi that all of t in- blood In our
yell is n.itiiriil unless It be the full-
blood Indian. We ara Scotch Irish
Oermun-Irlgth English-German uml
wl not bul we are all Americana
u . are -all fur the protection of the
1 and the rlghta of American
m herever tin aun ahlnea We
ari ill for a navy atrong enough and
Wo nr.- for more men on the bat-
tleahlpa we are for mure battleahlpi
we are for more guna and for men
behind the it u 1 1 s yVe an alwayi for
thai meoaure of defenae which will
itake attack Impoaalble for thai
i re of preparedneaa which will
make any possible combination of
national enmltj atop uml think he.
(ore it starts ltd batleahlpa to these
Uod Almighty has (lmie a great
di ii for theae United states bul it
Is up to US it Is the duty of the hour
a is tho necessitous duty to do some-
thing for ourselves h fortifying our
at i -t towns by the application as
a nation of the ordinary rubs of
protection exercised by the average
citizen to see to n that we are not
made iii'- prey of a foreign foe. There
is tin such thing as i eace at a price
Tin wn to s. . ure peace is to fight for
it and that nation which has the
men and the guns Is the nation which
lasts the longest Germany has
demonstrated that in tho present war.
Lei us start the wheels to turning on
tin- makltig of the nuns and the am-
munition which the Minis need. More
guns more men behind them moro
ammunition Preparedness prepar-
edness preparedness Let us be
' id) for the German or the Turk
or the Englishman or anybody else.
I .i t ua be ready at all times for every
emergi ncy Make the American flaK
an emblem that will be respected in
all tin' ieaa and make American cit-
Isi nahlp worth h.n inir.
ma) aa) about the
i . trope having rm-
ling aopulace in the
Preliminary plans for a his county
fair to In- held In Tulsa some tune
In the fall wen- COmploted by tho
board of count) commissioners yes-
terday Under tin- provisions of the
new la passed hi tin fifth Oklahoma
r) lature directors ol the fair asso--1
i on shall be named from two from
every township in the county
The . ommlsatonera yesterday passed
a resolution taken advantage of the
M w law which provides fur the levy-
ing of taXCS the money to be used
In On am ins the annual county fair.
The following persOM were named
bj the commissioners to represent
t heli respective towrwthlps: A. 11.
U num. Robert Fry Fry township
Paul Meyer and W. it. Kenwurd of
Rod Pork; EM Ann hi and Clarence
White for Willow Springs: Arthur
Antie and w. a. Rayson Tulsa
archism and militarism an actual
' ' the natlot would
a us the f. ill. ii v of the notion We
ma) '" en com de the autocracy of
Oermany Austria and Russia but
will find several notable exceptions
elaewhere Look at Rumania and
Q when tht rullns nowera fa- L Th.s H" ' t'ro...tlng an annual
11 1 s rt-L'tlliei 11 i extreme olili-
! '. bul the pop-imtam by the board of commissioners
ragei t. take sides withl'i'"' manner of choosing the directors
.... i I f"r ""' sjssoclatlon cinches the
inen at n.iiy wnera interest in tin- fair us two directors
Ined lll he named from every township
.intaln neutrality. in l '""" emy atreciors asiae
; irom tne ones apieunteii yestorasy
it had rinally to yield to the w.irjwiii meet in nr R BarnhearVs
:.' menl r th I I "i ami th.- itlni! Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock
arrange plans fi
'in about the fair.
P Hume ilelinite
At a priee of fS.OOO the county
Ccmmiasion went on record yesterday
fo nrlns th" purchase of the block
adjoining the courthouse buihilnir on
Hi'- i..tth II was p'ltiteil out that
tl oiintv owns but ten feet of
the trappings of ground north of the building proper
.-nil to pn v nt the erection of n sev-
eral story building whh-h would cul
completely oft the view from the
north Although the doal has not
i - definitely closed it probably will
I" today D J HajTWOOd Is the pres-
ent oi' iter of the property. It Is the
plan i-r tiie commission to Improve
the sit for park purposes
the gilding on tin frame
wish i in
ip in Interned
. ii el . ;t nf rlsht
I l OB ' Ol axree
I n t h. .-1 r t i v will have to
ew unit i.
At a pinch wt oould nami a mat
fitted to direct a correspondence
courv to teach heads ui educational
Institutions how ti ucceaafully
Plr Edgar BpCyser fcr!. from the
British cublnet befauge of Ms (er
man blrtb wants a rest and km wu
where to get It. He's on his way to
the Veiled States.
Well tho Fndcrwood five per C
tariff rebate on goods Imported In
American shirs is up to the supreme
court hnvinK been O. K.'d by the fun
tonis court of appeals
Becking to throw the IltlKntlon out
Of COttrt the Tulsa Packing company
) 1 terda) filed n petition In the dls-
" ' irt Lgalnsl the Tulsa Terminal
i i . company The Tulsa Term-
I no. I Rallwa) compan) previously bad
bled a suit seeking a right-of-way
through a tract of land belonging to
the i o king plant near tho Arkansas
rivet The petition "f the packing
I'.i' alleges that the railway com
pan) whs not organised in good
faith and that II merely whs blind to
fi restall th" aroaxlon of a packing
plant along the Arkansas river Ths
petti declares that after the city
commission had grunted th- packing
ton pan) permission t srsct its plant
ii r lulred by law. Los Clinton C F
II - ml ' r It R Wilder J fiun PattSB
and J- bn I l iver and others went he.
f' re tht commissioner and succeeded
In having ih.it !' dy older reie liidel
Worth ni ton j Gregg was adjudged
tisane yesterday by tho insanity
bl aid an I this morning will be taken
t" Norman. Gregg is a resident of
POLICE COURT NEWS
" i ortyMx million I nsheN of wheat
for Oklahoma." mind l. C K.
Barnheart yesterday. "Soma orop
Mar " he n-xt smiled. "Never BSVW
ciops In this atuto In better condi-
tion" he continued. "Alfalfa never
was belt r. ' o' n is Jest right the oatsi
crop is large and the harvvat hands
uri' hero on the Job" .
He evldentl) expected ths reporter .Miili
tr 1... L 1 . . I fnllntu.. lu ...11... "
Information as be swung around to!
atteml to papers on his desk.
Its a f;o t that ercpa un the best1
in the history in Tulsa county. The-1
only complaint heard lrom the cropi
conditions is the to. fii.it Influx of I
fi rm hands Hundreds of them have
hit Tui i .mil are causing no mile
Anvsts Mailt- h v Don
ble Force on si reets; All
The $20U0iil bondfl Hold by the
county to i Irani R Mi 1 fulli n'h.
Whjch were approved Tuesday by the
b ird of county commissioners will
be returned to Tulsa by the llrst of
next week according to the belief of
official The boiuis have been for-
warded to the attorney general at
i klahoma City for final spprovul
Charles Ward was bolng sought last
night by members of the sheriffe
otbe. on a Charge of assault and but-
tei y on John Leltger
Mania".' licenses were issued yes-
terday lo Ernest Cooley 23 and
Louise Laudreth is of Tulsa and
Charles Holland 11 and s.uiie Hale
19 of Tulsa.
Raymond Hoagland di puty olerh of
the county court who took suddenly
ill Tuesday afternoon was im roved
yesterday and was able to attend his
duties Acute Indigestion was tho
cause of bis Illness
Pherlff Jim Woolley returned yes-
terday from Oklahoma Citi' where In-
took Rachel Dllle 14-year-old In-
corrigible to the RuSBoll home.
Russell Taylor who is languishing In
the county jail awaiting trial on a
i barge "f stealing $."i from the girl
may b given preliminary hearing
Friday. The case has in en continued
for several days on account of his
nltornoys Martin t Moss being en-
go god in the courts at Oklahoma City
With the day shift of the police
force working extra time to assist in
patrolling the city during the hours
before midnight. Tulsa was delivered
from tho grip of crime Tuesday night
Numerous burglaries had been report-
ed Monday night ami extra precau-
tion was taken to keep down the
lawlessness The extra force worked
again lasr night.
.s the result f determined vigii-
ance there were mnay arrests Tuesday
night. A long list f suspected loiter-
ers faced the municipal judge yester-
day morning There were u dozen
such besides the general run of vio-
lators. Among the convicted were
Claude Bunch no days and $lft"; Hill
Livingston 80 days and $i"" and
Allien Wright i'0 dais and $100.
Hunch is alleged to have entered cer-
tain doctors' offices In Tulsa where
raids on the supplies of narcotics were
made. Wright is believed to be the
negro who entered a room and stole
-$ii Monday night. Livingston la said
to have stolen brass in the south part
I of Tulsa. Both white men were ar-
rested by Patton and Overbv while
was captured by Smithel -
'barley Hymes the negro who is
alleged to have slipped the revolver
from the bolster of n Muskogee po-
llceman forcing him to loosen gome
handcuffs v arrested yesterday. A
reward of J ..I and $1'0 alive was
offered for I apture II. was taken
lank to Muskogee by Deputy .Sheriff
City News In Brief
.lames Riley negro arrested by
ISmltherman is wanted at Nowata for
I robbery' according to police. Charley
Harris negro arrested by Detectives
Bewley and Northart Tuesday was
'given SO days and $100 for carrying a
PROP JolIN BASFORD Is recov-
ering from his recent illness at Hotel
HAKOI.H WEST :tl4 South Quaker
is 111 with smallpox He has been
taken to tho city pesthouse.
RBV U B FLOYD First Baptist
church pastor. Is attending the State
convention of the B. Y. P. U.
TWENTY representatives of the
Grace and Flrsi Methodist churches
of Tuls. i are attending the Epworth
league convention at Wagoner.
WILLIAM BAILEY and Itif.' Webb
Tulsa hoys who were students at the
University of Oklahoma have re-
turned homo for the summer vaca-
F. M IHRIO AGED 62 died at a
local hospital yesterday. The body
was Shipped for burial to Mannford
Oklll. the home. A widow and a
child survive the deceased.
Through a story in the World de-
scribing Claude Bunch as an alleged
narcotic thief local police have been
able to grain additional Information
about the man. The theft of a gold
watch medicine ease and a camera
from a physician's office in rushing
was reported by long distance to Chief
of Police Hums yesterday. Tho rob-
ber left n bundle of clothing contain-
ing a letter lo fluude Hunch accord-
ing to the information.
D M. Martlndale Jr . was given two
fines of t-.Zft apiece for violations of
the traffic ordinance in municipal
court yesterday morning. Ho was ar-
n sted on the south side Tuesday night
by Motorcycle Officers Hughes and
"Wo have given our last notice to
persons who neglect keeping the tail
lights of the automobiles lighted after
nightfall" said Motorcycle officer
Hughes last night. "For some time
past we have merely Issued warnings
to violators of the ordinance but In
the future we will make arrests."
c ii 'NTY i 'i IMMI88IONERS
will meet tod. iv as the board of equal- Sloe
Isatlon and go into tax matters in de-
tail and hear any complaints which
may be brought before them.
L k. conk Grant R. McCullough
and A. J. Hommel left yesterday for
the Carter county Fishing and Hunt-
ing club at Hunter Mo. win re they
will spend several days fishing.
IjEBTBR ANIi BERNARD GIL-
LESPIE Bud Colley and John Cut-
ran all Tulsa hoys have returned
home from Kansas university where
they wire students during tho past
A. R LINGAFELT district man-
ager of the Western Union Telegraph
company with headquarters in Okla-
homa City was in Tulsa yesterday
c nferrlng with Local Manager Elmer
Local dry goods dealers will have
n good customer In a certain south
physician during the next few
days. Ho will want a Complete new
outfit of underclothing table limn
women's white goods for bis wife nnd
several dozens of yards of toweling.
An extra big week's washing was left
on the line until after day last night.
When the maid went out to gather It
before going to bed she found the line
empty. Rome one had beaten her to
It. Tho theft has been reported to
the police department.
SCHOOL OR FOR PLAY
YOU CAN BEST OUTFIT
THE BOYS AT THE
Palm Beach ami Linen Suits
for boya t IT yean Wash-
able durable and stylish.
Bplendid values ut $4
Tub Suits for little tots in
the new Eton Oliver Twist
ami Dutch styles. A match-
less assortment at $1.00 to
Hoys' Knee Pants in Khaki.
Linen ami Palm Beach. Pine
values at 50c $1 and $1.80.
Hoys' Rompers the b'st in
town iit 50c and $1.
Buys' K. & E. Negligee and
Sport Shirts and Blouses the
kind particular mothers al-
ways want. The best at 50c
. '.i.ji'miu I
last night she was seized by a violent Idlers still among them Kven among
tit. Her aims legs and body shook the members Of the upper house he
all over and she had to be carried ventured to say they would find men
to her COt Wheit tho doctor arrived i who had never done a day's work tor
a few moments later he gave the themselves or for anybody else since
negress lust f..ur minutes to recover they were born and that tho nous of
As n Jail guard held a watch he some of them sUll were hanging about
opened his hypodermic case chose a j tho theatres and music hall
tablet and in a moment had given While that was going on tho lia ion
her an injection. Two minutes later Contended they might save them-
Fhe was calm "Sick aren't you?" selves the trouble of looking for work-
nuLn.i 1 1. a tiiu'iiininn "Aii-fiii " reiiiicd itigiiien o nil talking of conscription
the nemo woman. "Take this glass and compulsory
of water drink all of it -It'll do you
good" advised the attendant. She took
all of It. At the expiration of three
minutes he said: 'Want to vomit
don't you'"' "Yes doc"' she replied
She did great quantities of It. Sho
was calm and feeling fine at the ex-
piration of the fourth minute.
IF THEY WON'T WORK
MAKE 'EM JOIN ARMY
refused to work should be made to
fight whether they liked It or not.
Robert A. McBlrney. Undertaking
Parlors 11 "West Thtrt St. Phone t&6.
Residence Phone 191. Adv.
lr. Mark White the great Chicago
goiter and nerve Specialist will be at
J r. Morgan's iithco Friday June 11
for one day only. Adv.
Or. Larktns osteopathic physician
third finer New Daniel building. Ad.
negro wench was being
LONDON June 9 (t;:07 p. m.)
The ministry of munitions bill estab-
lishing a department to attend to the
furnishing of supplies of munitions on
an adequate scale was passed by the
house of lords today and received
In the house of lords on the min-
istry of munition bill Huron St. Davids
lord lieutenant of Pembrokeshire
thought it "a pity that the bill did not
give power to requisition men as well
as workers." He wished to disasso-
ciate himself he said from attacks on
the working classes.
The upper classes as a whole Lord
St. Davids said had come out of this
downstairs Into the city Jail ! trial wonderfully well but there were
Yeomen will glvo their weekly
danco tonight at Sand Springs. Adv.
Live stock Rates Low.
WASHINGTON June 9. Several
brll Is were filed today In the west-
ern rate case pending before the In-
terstate commerce commission. Tho
carriers supported their proposed in-
crease In rates on live stock and meat
products while a committee of west-
ern slate railroad commissioners filed
B brief In opposition. Increased rates
on coal were opposed in a brief by
tho coal operators' traffic bureau of
St. Louis and one by the Sioux t'itv
board of trade opposed to the Increase
Th Keller with DO paat f ferlt an"
ii" hopes o" th' fntiiro an' who looks
good In a straw nal la t' be Snvtsd
We no (Holier begin I' breathe enlei
cause somsbudd) u in tail tin
'mil thai he n bi go. paroled.
"' nty ach' n ir Bob Cuf ran gas
had books reeay nnd waiting for
1 1 - board if BQualltatlon for .'rji
but the hoard has heen unable
to give any time to rqiiulliutf Ion mat
l r- owing to th'lr time lining UJtM
up w th other propositions Const
quenUS the b"v In mwiNwir'a OllleS
Ion' In i. tkklng It aiiay "wad bins
H'i "ir the lOSMns patlenta of
Tulsa Will B ' -nt to ' in man
in . ass 'I' announcement made
naterday by County Judg Jim
it id f-dlowi'ir rieelpt of nPleiul
Information from the nutkorlttes of
ths Vlnlta asylum that the Institu-
tion thrift Is fllleU to capacity.
PAUL WILSON GRADUATE In
law from tho University of Missouri
at the June commencement has re-
turned home for a few days before
choosing the place where he will
practice lie will take the state liar
xamlnatlon next week. Wilson is a
graduate of Tulsa high school. Ho
Was a student at Henry Kendall be-
foro soltig U Missouri.
r. .1 JOYCE an officer of tho de-
tectlve bureau of thSj Tulsa police de-
partment was host at a party given
at his residence last evening In honor
of Thomas White and T W. White
who left at 9:S0 o'clock for old Mi x-
Ico in connection witb some oil busi-
ness A numtier or menus oi un
two men were present and the affair
as quite an enjoyable ene.
DRESSED IN THE FLOWING
blaok robes of his order a Greek
Catholic priest who makes occasional
visits to Tulsa made the rounds of his
parishioners in Tulsa yesterday. Ho
presented a unique figure on tho
Streets A long flowing white beard
and snowy white hair' covered by the
peculiar tint of the priesthood marked
hlin as a figure of Interest as he
passed along the street.
I T. WYSONG OF MUSKOGEE
newly elected commander of the Okla-
homa department t'nited Spanish War
Veterans has announced the personnel
Of the legislative committee which Is
composed Of the following veterans:
William Mocks of Vlnlta L J. F.
Rooney of Tulsa it B. Stewart of
Lawton Bdwtn n Brown of still-
water. John i'. Gardner of Fort Bill
Oeorgs Oattls of Chlckaaha nnd Will-
iam Crawford of Pa-whuska. Spanish
Wat Vett rani are highly Interested In
a i. ill h ug before congress which ks
to pension wbb ' and Orphan! of men
who aaw military servloa during tho
wai with BpBVin This bill has twh'O
aaa"1 tin (oWSI bOUBS by an almost
iinaiiliii'i in vote. In the aennte how-
BVSS tt bit th bfeaki im due to the
anUsTenlsm offtenatorT P. Oore who
aSWignsd a a roti for oplM'Hlng tills
bin thai thf DemocraUc party m-
rordlng to bin Inln prutatlon of Its
policies I unalterably opposed to
pension legislation Spanish War
veterans throughout Dm nation aro
Inclined to hold Oklahoma guilty for
the fulluro of UllS pi lislon bill to get
through. County Attorney Bd Cross-
land who In a BMsnher of Fltshngh
LM ciuup of Umted Spanish War
Veterans win preside at the Flag Day
celebration in convention hall next
Monday night. The request was made
th.il the Spanish War Veterans sebot
u presiding officer on this occasion
nnd Comrade Crossbuid was tbo
unanimous choice of tho camp.
The Cost Insignificant
The Returns Enormous!
Based on the present assessed valuation of Tulsa the boulevard bonds
v ill cost 50 cents on $1000. The man who owns u two thousand dollar
home will pay only $1; the man who does not own real estate will not pay a
cent yet he will have exactly the same privileges and pleasures in the use of
the parks and boulevards as the richest man in the city.
The park and boulevard bonds will open four playgrounds in tho city
where the children can gather and cool off during the sweltering days of
The carrying of these bonds will open up parks owned by the city
that the people never heard of because there is no way to get to them.
The bonds will enable a respectable road to the only burial ground in the
city Oaklawn the present approach being a living disgrace to the dead.
The park board estimates that 65 per cent of the $100000 will 'be paid
out in labor alone and this is an important item to be taken into consideration.
Another important thing the boulevard bonds will do and that is it
will enable the park board to clean out 'the tent towns which are not oniy
an eyesore to every Tulsan but are the hot-beds of half the crime in the city.
The record of the police court will show that crime incubated in this
tented vice-tainted settlement is costing Tulsa more than .".HOO a month.
The Boulevard Bonds should carry unanimously for a bigger Tulsa.
The City llall Bonds are a necessity.
The Sewer Bonds arc imperative.
"VOTE YES" On All Three Questions.
Meet me at the polls on Juno 18.
Here’s what’s next.
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