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TULSA DAILY WOULD, MiiDAY, J AiN UAkV 2,
TURKS RELIEVED thecabiwet is shaken up forger is arrested
OF SWAY IN EAST!
Peace Terms To Take
SULTAN KEEPS PALACE
Jlulcr to bu Allowed to Uc
main As Jlcatl of lUilinion
tii.ingi Air Miulii III I iinmlliiii l.m-
cniliii Mt II) Premier lli.nlcii i lrv,.r MuM) prominent In SiIet)
OTTAWA, Juti. 1 A luikf'p ! ClrilrH, CIiiinciI llmm AfHT
win made In the nomination mday 1 'lng i H, , Cheek.
I'V Premier Iiorilnn pi lor tn leaving i
Hi" inpllHl tninorrow Jor it pro
The resignation of Mnjnr Uepntl
M' whurn u minister of mlllilii .mil
defense, to takti uffect January l,
I" il to Interchanges of evor.it other
Hlr (Inorin 1'osler, senior tnetn
Ixr of IhH tirlvy council, will act an
premier during Mr. Ilonlnn's t
senee. The, premier's M'tlun at the
wiiiib tlmn tluil Viscount tlrny Is
le.ivln the I'lillcd Hlates for Hlig-
I uid Iinn i-il in renewed (l.miilon of
lui'l tunc Ih.lii ll.yOO on his per
1.ITTM-: HOCK, Ark, J.m. 1.
A. 1 1. Moore, nnested In Denver.
Coin., charged Willi forgery, wan
relnum! from the Atkahas stale
penitentiary In June, 131. IJf
having served ft year sentence, for
burginrly ami grand larccjiy. lie
nmlcwloil several hundred dollars It
wan charged, from the Twin City
hunk of North Utile Hock, where ho
wiih employed as nwelstant cashier.
Moorn, following the alleged om
beadement, disappeared unil vvaa ap
prehended In New York.
Hy 11) YD MAffJIUKtr.
My lnlrrntlnB4l Nw Hrlr.
l.iMKN, Jan. I.Tli future of
Turkey liua been filed by Un
liriiuin noil Kronen, hut the details
.uc 4 yet nil offlrlal secrot. t'oii
fn. ting unofflrlitl reports were In
t. ,1, all, m today tegnrtlliiK
of Constantinople mid the future
1 nil i.f Kovernincnt.
A' rordliiK to mm report thn ul
tiin Hill ho allowoil to rnmnln In
i'niiHtiintlni1i. nnd tlio city will rr
nuiln tho neat of Moliamineiliiit ro
Iikiiiii. I'ut pollllml rontrol ovor inn
JioMpi.rim mid the l)arilaniill''H wl'l
lie M'Btpil In an Iriiornatlonal roni
iiiiininn. Apimrcritly no Uuropcan pownr In
prrpui'd 10 trunt aiiothr with full
atiiluirity nvpr thorn lnctipenieiit and
MiaKvltc waterway. Now that the
I mini 8tnlHH hun rffimnd to arefpt
a iimMilitn for Conlantlnopl. Iln
powrr Itavn iiKrvnil that a Joint ron
trol in Din I HOllllloll.
The iiIIvkciI di-chiloii to allow tho
niilian to remain In ('oimliiiitlnoplc,
not it ruler of Turkoy hut aa head
of tlm Mohiitniiiedmi fallh and thuK
the nplrltunl louler of iionio lui),
OUO.OUU MonUiiii Hillijeotn, inimt of
whom nrn lu tlm llrltlsh nmilre,
whh wild to Imvn lieefi laritely In
fltinncud hy tliu hellef that tho n -tnoval
of thn rallphalo would In
Volvo India In u turmoil.
Tho Turk's fniiKH nro romoved.
liowovor, throutih iiinpiitfttlou of
their political Inflimiii'o from a
vorld Mnndpnlnt and hy fretdnK all
the incon which herolofore havo bout
rmlijeet to Turklnli mlnnilo.
Thtin, when tho "hip five," enmu
to wrlto tho TitrktRh peaeo tre.i'y
tlm main fuatuifti uro oxporlcd to
1. Thn manner In which Interna
tional control of Connlanllnnple, tho
.Dardanelles nnd the HoHpomn l
to ho Net up, udmliilKcred uild main
2. Condition!) to ! Imponed
which can ho invoked to limit the
continuance, or tno canpnaiu
3. Tim futuro nf Armenia.
A.' Dumaikntlnn of frontiers of
nntlonallllcu freed from Turkish
5. Indemnity from Turkey.
0, 1'eoplCH of Influence In he ap
portioned ninonu KiiKlnml, Krance,
Itnly ami Orcecn from utictUuni of
tlio former Tinklnh nmpi'ror.
lu nddlttnn, (treat llrltlan linn
Already wet up the klnR of Iledjuz
to dominate Ainhla and thn Myrlau
hlnterlnnd whllo connlul Hyrln und a
hit beyond kooh to Kranre.
Armenia, both nil to frontier nnd
Kovornment In thn uncrncked nut,
with thn United Mate wlltlnK In nc
oept tho inandiite, tho Kuropenn
power nro In ft o.uandary, for they
hcxltato to rush further Into liabili
ties. A innmlnlo for n lnnd barren of
natural resourced nnd nutiirnl
wenlth has few takers.
Mow far Orcck implratlon fci Asia
Minor will be recognized Is 11 mat
ter of pure Hporulatlou. M. Click
lamnnox, tho tlrock mlnlslnr to
London, declared Hint (Irceo Is
forced to maintain -1111 nrmy of
300, 000. men nt n cost of KO.000.000
11 month ft Kreut huiii for such n
Hmnll country nii.l urtccs that lliu
Turklsli treaty bo hnstencd.
DKNVKII, Jan. I. - A. I.. Moore,
who lifts been prominent In Denver
Moolnl clrrR, today was under ar
rest on 11 chnrue of forwery. lie
was chimed anil catmht hy bank om
ployei after he niuimplod to cash
11 check for 1110, 1ihxImk the hIkhh-
turo of a prominent Dtiver man, the : triill(lon Hefuwl.
Iiolleo said. J 'OUT WOltTII. Texas, Jan. 1.
Mooro bean Ids utrlety esreer I .nvernor of r'ullfornln has rs-
wIiiwh iieiUnlnt,inen lie niaile durliiit 1 Hate Center, Texas, out of MS.OO'i
tl," probability of the premier be- I iortljr fter bU iirrlvsl inl riMW, P, tradition of two
rtt'1 "mb","-l"0r ,,,0!Hr;,,f.'Hh.o;;'h.:,ho.., 1r,ls''enVry!en,.hel..n.Hnl.ern1,rdmo.s
i.niieu 'ft'". ' was throng hu Hed Cross worker, I m of swlmllltu; Prank Norf
TWO K LLEO IN CULL S UN 1 tho reeent H..1 Cross drive, and ref
I erenees from a Wan Antonio banker,
Two 01I..1 sTrloioily 'injured When '"' rTp""' M " ""'"'
miSH-""wl,'"t I I '"" ",nk were found a dls-
MIl.UAIfKKI. Mis.. Jan. I - - ,,llirr rwrtlfhal f 1 run the Arkansas
Mis tier nidi. Itudnlph 4 snd p,llllpnl,iry, wPt , 1, ,,,1,1 , have
.M...ri,,-, . ... 1 serveil a lerm lor emnesitiemeoi son
robbery, airordlnn lo the police
1 ti:h I, arid Joseph Hndolph and two
sons, lioliert, II, nnd riarenre, 11,
were seriously Injured when 11 lillKKy
In which they were rldlnif was
struck "I ft Hindu crosslin; lute to
ilny. Tho biity wss enelosed nnd the
nerupnnts did not notice tho ap
Miss fjerlrtldn Hudolpli, ?0 yenis
old, left thn bunny to b'ko Htreet
ear jboul 100 feet from the cross
Inn and wllnessed lliu accident.
VrnHcl 1 .11 11 iirlirMl.
nT)TKlCHTi:it, N J . Jan t -The
12,900-ton onrco-earrler Ilthnn
Allen was limncli'il today at the
1'nsey nnd Jnnen shipyard here. The
vexeel was built lu four months and
four days from thn time the keel was
laid, ft record shlpbiilldlnK f'at for a
kIiIii of this nUu ulotiff tho Delaware
V.p Olitlititnl.TBWim.ffA .v.rrwIiM fMmBlff
in Dallas iinn rou worm on uiho
oil deals Defects In the formal com
plstnts are asslKned as reason for
refuslm; (tradition nnd new com
plaints will be prepared and return
of the men ssrnln nsked.
Visit thn exhibition of portrait
paintings and drawing of America's
who also hh Id some check hearing 1 Kre.iiest painter of Indians, N. .
the signatures of prominent Denver ' HAI, INK, al Tuls.i Art Htoto, 520
clllzuns wer found In his mink lie '8011th Main Adt.
BEFORE "SAND-MAN" COMES
Prepare for a Clear, Bright Day Tomorrow by
Taking "Cascarcts" for Liver and Bowels
"Cnscnrets" tonight wire! Your can not feel right. Don't stay hlllnui
, .111 1 in 1 1. I or constipated. Keel splendid toj
system Is filled with liver nnd bowel j mfim)w t;lI(,n(C Cll!,airoUs hrt,
poison which keeps your skin n.il- oii go to bed They act without
low, your stoma... ,,,. your id or ''----JV
dull nnd aching mid Jour nv8tcniior .,glyi harsh I'llls. They cost so
full of cold. Your mcnls nre turnlni; little too Coscarotn work whllo you
Into polmns, gases and acids. Yon , sleep Advt.
l-romlnent Nairlsmnn Dcmil,
NUW YOltK, Jan. 1. Andrew
Milter, one of tho owners of I.lfo
nnd nmong tho foremost of Amerl
enn sportsmen, died of henrt ills
caso nt his homo hero today. Coin
cident with iimiotincement of his
death came news from n, New Jersey
(dock fnrm Hint his famous race
horse, lloamor, broke ft leg nnd had
to bo shot this morning. Mr. Miller
wns born lu Hamilton, Out,, Ci
lr 'Hint CHIIdiV reeling
Tulto Orovo's TsHtolcss CIlIIJi Tonic.
3t Wiirma tho Hody by Turlfylng and
Knrlc.hlng tho lllood, You can noon
feel lta Strengthening, Invigorating
Effect, l'rico 0c. Advt.
The -whip of vitul in tlie
focc wlicn tnotoritig brings
out all ita tinUirnl bcuuty of
color if the akin in prepurcil
to endure tho out-of-doots.
Soul Kim Fncc Powder,
dusted on freely beforo ex
posure, helps to protect the
comple-iion ngninst -wind
ond sun nnd mohea it glow
ing nnd radiant.
Meyer Brothers Drug Co.
Saul Kill Hath Sill
JrtEYfir ifeli li'J
When a man strikes it rich in oil
his friends say "he's lucky."
If he sells a piece of property at a
good profit his friends again say
If he makes a fortune by any
method whatsoever they still insist
that "he's lucky."
Perhaps so, but he had to start
some time. If he hadn't saved enough
money in his younger days to acquire
a few oil leases how could he have
made a fortune in oil? If he hadn't
saved enough to buy property when
values were low how could he have
property to sell now,? If he hadn't
saved for the future where would he
have acquired the start that resulted
in the fortune he has today?
It couldn't be all luck.
When the opportunity was pre
sented to invest he had the money.
Today his friends say "he's lucky."
He was just farsighted.
A savings account may be a step
ping stone to your fortune. We pay
you 4 per cent on all you save.
Don't put it off another day.
FOURTH AND MAIN.
"The Convenient Corner"
in their place!
YOU mny think you rend about other people when you read fiction
but really importunt, really great writers simply hold the mirror
up to nature. They show you the man or woman you are that
you think you are that you'd like to be or that you're glad you arc
not. Look through these little glimpses of Cosmopolitan stories; then
get the December number and put yourself in the place of these people.
Do you love power
more than honor?
Of course you don't. But put yourself
in the place of the man who could by
forfeiting honor, have founded a king
dom, gained the lovs of the most
beautiful woman in Kashmir and livid
happily thereafter "forgetful of the
world and by the world forgot." This
is the theme of the vibrant, colorful
story by William Ashley Anderson in
After the ceremony
Alone at last in a rural retreat he left
iiis young bride for a moment. Then
Oe other woman appeared on the scene
Trith a diabolical scheme worthy of a
wcrrn scorned. She met the bride,
told her everything and then the
scene between husband and wife and
the other woman. Bride husband
other woman; if you were either of
the three, how would you have handled
the situation? The story is by Albert
Payson Terhune and it's in December
If your son wanted
to marry Nan ?
The father was called The Laird of
Tyec. He loved his son more than he
loved anyone else in the world. Donald
loved his father and he loved Nan of
The Sawdust Pile, too. An interesting
triangle. Put yourself in the place of
Hector McKaye, Donald or Nan. You
can learn much about yourself and
them in Peter B. Kync's great novel
appearing in Cosmopolitan.
Suppose you were
You are an aristocratic doctor. Your
daughter is a sweet, charming girl for
whom you have great hopes. Jim is
your chauffeur. The only things in
Jim's favor are good character, indus
try, talent, personality and presence.
But he's poor. Sort of a modern set
ting for an old-fashioned situation-.
What would YOU have done about it
if you'd been the doctor? Probably
the same as Dr. Berrian did in Joseph
ine Daskam Bacon's story in December
Anetta the Third was
not a queen
Queens don't work in shoe shops and
yearn to be cabaret dancers. In fact,
Anetta was of extremely lowly parent
age, but she was pretty and wilful, at
girls sometimes are, so she became a
dancer. Then, later, she had to make
a decision of some moment she made
it but what would YOU have done
in her place? Interesting speculation
will follow a reading of Ida M. Evans'
tory in December Cosmopolitan.
Would you have been
Where? Oh, anywhere there's anything
to be afraid of. Probably you would,
and you wouldn't know why. That's
for science to find out and explain to
you. Science has found it and in "Fear
Devils" Harvey O'Higgins tella you all
about it. He also tells how anger
causes hay fever and a lot of other in
teresting and important things tnat
may cause you to change your ways of
thinking. Read his remarkable article
in December Cosmopolitan.
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