The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 296, Ed. 1, Monday, July 19, 1920 Page: 2 of 10
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TULSA DAILY WORLD MONDAY JULY 10 1020
Methods of Killing Off
and Starving tho Ro-
KEEP HIM OUTDOORS
Trapping and Exclusion Morn
Efficient Than Poison
Methods Is Said.
I'rinctHH Heir to
$lO0(H)m fi st ate
WASHTNriTON. .Till 1 Methmls
of destroying and proofing against
rt are outlined in literature ar
pare ft by the United Hiatee publlo
health servlree for use by state mi I
munlrlpsl health nffleers nver the
country In the i7ipln which they
have been .1 I -1 by Hurgenn OK II
eral Cummins; t' Inaugurate In or
der to protect the nation ailnet bU
bonlr plague The activity "f lha
health hi rvii n results from lha ap-
pearance nf ihe plague In It) l Ml
and American gulf ports and at
point In the Mediterranean.
"Rat dean hi linn" anya the hi nil h
service bulletin "run be ac onipllah-
ad by Individual effort to a limited
degree but to l' aim I'Mful In a
large city there mint b ml proofing
of building. No Spasmodic Of in
dividual efforts will result In the. ue-
"Rat ran he dratrnyrd by trap
ping by poisoning and by using nat-
ural enemies aurh a certain It. . .Ik
of rat and dug To Inaura the euc-
omm of these measures It la neces-
sary to curtail the rat food aupply
by properly illepoalng of garbage and
table rafuae and by preventing rata
from gaining arc to such fooda
a la contained In pantrlaa grocer-
la market atablea and the ilk.
"Suooe In trapiilng I propor-
tional to the attention and Induatry
the trapper devote to hla trap and
the protection of other food sut-
pllea Two kinds of trupa are gen-
erally used -the wire cage trap and
the enap trap or dead fall The trap
ahnuld be placed wherever rata have
bn accustomed to come for feidlng
purposes and ahuuld he mora or leaa
roncMled. the anap trail by scatter-
ing dtiat. corn meal or flour on or
about them and lh eag trap by
nlace of Backing atmw or riibbiah.
leaving only the opening free.
"Hlghl savored article uch a
cheese and toaated bacon will nicr
quickly attract rata than will food
without odor: but the Idea thai a ral
ran b ntlod Into a tiap by the
err.p.o; ment of bait mora appetising
to Mm than the surrounding food
upplv i tallaclou. To the rat food
aupply la a question of availability
id pralaranc I aa secondary enn-
atderrtlon. Thr dealructlon of rat by polaon
ha tilway bean more or leu In ta-
vor. A preparation of ursentoue
old or phosphorus 1 par cent and
suitable base a cheese maat nr o-
eose are the moat popular poisons.
I'olsen undoubtedly have a certain
efficiency In ridding a place of rata
but whether by caualng their mi-
gration or their actual destruction I
somewhat difficult of determination.
"Rat proofing egcludea rata from
the food aupply and deprive the-n
of harborage. Without thl prooeJure
It I almoat Impossible to reduce the
"In rat-proofing any building
th following piirlM have to be con
aidered: Ground area walla celling"
garret roof bed spaces In general
ventilator abandoned sewers floor
wlndowa outalde piping water ami
ewereg pipe down spouts wir-
ing and air or light ahufl. Hv the
omlaalon of tOFAe small detail 1111
otherwla rat-proof atructure may
become badly rat-Inflated
"The rat-nrooflng of floor of
btilldlnga la secured either by ele-
vation of the atructure with the
underpinning opening free or by
marginal wall of rnncrel. aton or
brick laid In cement morlar aunk
two feet in the ground fining fluiili
v Ifh th flnor above. The wall mult
fit tightly to the flooring
"Kood depot are the greater Im-
portance In rat-proofing became
thev furnlah both nuhatenancc and
he'lter for rata. In thla claaa si
building are atablea meat market
retail and wholeeale gruoorles.
hakarlea warehouaea docka and
whai'vce These plnres are beat rat-
proofed aa to the ground area by
the construction of concrete flume
nnd ifonndatlon iwalls. Untenanted
a thev are at night time rat mlRhl
well enter doorway or window
oareleaaly left open or be Introduced
oonceaied In the merchandise and
gnawing through plank flooring ob-
tain well protected hiding and breed-
"Double walla with dead apace be-
tween hould be avoided or If used
should he ret-proofed at top and
bottom with heavy wooden timber"
four by four joists or by a concrete
fill. Attics should be well opened
and kept free or uunnage or other
refuse for rats.
"Double celling should be avoided
eepeclallv ao In baaementa. Boxed
In structure euch a uprights and
roughly 'Injihc'l dwellings plumb-
ings kitchen alnke and the like
should be removed MUcelleneiuis
opening n light ehafl. ventilator
and windows should be eorSSSed pr-
fsrably by 2 gauge wire screen Willi
mesh not excreting one-balf Inch
The ground about Ihe buildings are
to be devoid of r.it harborage and
' XsaSafl IN
W lasa fawaal
' IBsygl1 "aHM
ThS Prlnraas Vlotol Napoleon.
1 merly I'iIii.isn 1 'Iwii.enUne of
Id igluru anil her hiiHliand were he-
MSSUtlgd llli mAMsgfJ urul relate of
the late Kmpresa BtlMllKl of
linnn 1 1 irnhnrnugh Kngland
Maorfllna to cable advices from Ma-
drid. 'Ihe lobJ ialale la eailmaied
lo be worth 1 1 o.nnn.noo.
PACE SETTERS IN
MAJORS IN FORM
Suprrbas and Indians
Show Way in Hot
i'w Yoni t! rioo forin
being llsplsyiid by the two ma-
jor i. ague pan -setters th lliooklyn
stations and t-hs OWMIvtl A nisi
I'lileburgh .limbed Into third
place In the National laugtia by tak.
lug four gshiea from H..ton bill
i.ould lake only one of three fi-..rn
New Viu k. whose pit' hers are K ilng
I. The Olsnta batted hard laal
week t'hlrago had lis worst week
pi ihe nesaon through Inability la
hit 1'hlladrlphls put up a good fli:h'
In the American league New
fori failed to kfgp elOM tO Clrve
;.u i 111 Hi. Yankee pit line were
l-baHcd hard fi Iciiko which I ii
cllmhed to third Place met an OVal
w . 1 lining flefeiil In lie It. o k i ev.
'York In the first game ycMcrdav of
la aerie with secon i place at si ik"
Today Ihe Ysnl'.eea again defeat d
ttli White Sox
Hi Louis after winning serin
'rom New York was held even by
Philadelphia In a double header
yeterday. Wu-hlngion and floaton
are irouhlad with unate dv pitching
Detroit l batting hard ard auc-r-t
ded m aWwnlM Waahlngton
twice veneidav Tmlav the Tlgera
were defeated t-y the ilenatora.
A. F. L. IN CAMPAIGN
I lot gttTg OejW IN ki . tO 1ie k
t'p I .iulel.il H ! Iteturtla fur
oiiilng ni'ip ilun.
he ki pf cle-xii and
prernjee are 10
flee of rullhlsh
In gBapOft citlee wl ere Hi rare
Speclaa of the brown rat and "Alex-
aiulrlan" rat prevail health offh lata
are aakcil in make Surveys to deter-
mine the pieaence nr absence of ro
Ilnw lo eliminate lh more com-
mon epi 1 lea iMllMllni th 'Norway"
I At barn rat sower rat gray or
vh.iif ral. la deaiillied in follows:
Hv itarvina him throueTh Um use
f'f lal-proof rereptiibli a for food and
envered metal garhajp) i-ana.
Hy depriving him of breeding
rlaie throuKh t'hn ubollilnn of
puWiaad yards and passageways.
Ity refusing him admlaalnn to the
(omforl of your buildings through
nil proof coriHti u' ll"ii nit. I hi reerled
Ity killing him at every nppor-
tu n lg.
Hy demanding city anil rat ordi-
nances and nialo anti-rat laws
Tali Um mt hm Mtaa
MTAMINOTOtt .inly Is
eiutlie tO t nOl li of Hate federations
of labor were .iked today hy the
exee itive -ommlttoa of the Amerl
1. hi I 'leni 1 1' n 10 hold Special set
alona Haturday August 7 to adopt
measures for close co-operation
with the national OOmmlttOg In the
The rounclla were asked espe-
cially to study Ihe laejlsUtlr re".ords
on meeaTuras of Inter eal to iatir ol
all members of the Hixty-slxth con
grr.ss wpoag terms of nfflca explie
Match 4 Tliaa reror.la recently
were COntplattfl hy the national com
mltte. and f-ni M ta atale orgsn-
Hpeclal corferencea of labor or.
ganlsatlons In esch of the OOngTas
alcnnl districts also were jugg'hli'l
by the national committee. The pur
1 ore of these would be to prepare
for srtlve camptlgn in each con-
MURDER IRISH OFFICER
Commissioner of Royal Iti-h ton-
atahiilary Hllh d at Cork niniry
fliih fly 14 .nin-l Mi'ti.
BMFAST July IK Commis-
sioner ftmyth of the Royal Irlttl CoH
tahulary was ahoi at the roiniiy
club in Cork laal night by 4 armed
men. who for. el th. Ir way past the
guards Hevetal shots were fired a'
the commlHsloner who roee but fell
dend while rndesvorlng to rearh 'he
door. District Inspector Craig who
aa with him was mbd Mr.
Hmyth was divisional eommlaloner
for the Muenster Royal Ii lh Con-
stabulary It Is repoiled that some arrests
have hsen mafle as a ral ill
Mr. Hmyth figured promlnatl in
the house nf rommnis Ihe psst week
I In connection with a speech he mad
to th police at lstowel county
I Kerry June It In which It was de-
i elared he ordered hla men not to be
afraid to shoot with effect He had
Just returned lo Ireland from LATfl'
don where he gave the Irish office
n explanation of affairs In Ireland.
A fnimsr soldier was hayonette and
killed by the mlimrv here today.
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To AW Granulat! Err 114 apply DR.
rarni't antisfptic hrai.ino on-
to tha lower (Ida luat at th bane nf th
laahaa Pull the lowrr lid away frnrn the
aya ao that you ran get at ki batter aod
void tnurhlnf the eyeball.
It rallva laatantly uhaaoat all uiflanv
matloo and heala ami rura tba soraa.
A Hoalini AntlMptlc at tha hlheat aualttr.
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Have you tried
a bottle of the
Its the fed thin$
You'll say so
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Shampoo with one
Tutirara Soapli " (a n- af-tv in'nht ina
. v -v . aa. ft
V VM V t ft i - .aassisis:-
t I V JlJ KILLS
Wipe Out Whole Tribes Vl
At a Single Shot
Simply spray Hofstra in
the room; floats like
smoke off a ciRar; stops
up pores of Mr. Fly's
skin; kills him dead.
Simple sure inoffensive
NOT A POISON
Kills by Suffocation
Hsvc no frar of HofMra.
Safe to uie anvwhrre. But
a few thoti spell death to
Ilea and many insects.
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