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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, APRIL 6, IN
SAM LANGFORD DEFEATS JACK THOMPSON AT MUSKOGEE
Boston Tar Baby
Veteran nae Hotter
LOSER BADLY BEATEN
avci Ring Bleeding But
Winner Cannot Put Over
Hy 1.AKKY JJAII.KY
MITSK'XIKK. okla, April 6 - Hum
.auk-ford, NMntM ton "Tar
Baby." attain dcmonalrated superlor
lly over Jack Thompson, TUlM
i,. s weight. fe tonight In a fast,
mind luittie. I-'tngf ord, an Uhiiul.
Thompson a boxing lesson, the
i ti.-i fi ir nna'de to t Into
him, although Jack's pUttOtMg car
,Mor the greater ItMBIi he fulled to
:nd as frequently a Iuigford. In
Ui final rounds, and contrary to
..pinion of the funs, who were ex
miijj to lee the veteran, 1-ang-furd,
slow up, S.irn a aged a Whirl"
Wind finish, havlnar the last three,
. ,..iriil " hi!1 credit, the eleventh bo
na tvtn. Mhl'l victory,
won D) it naxrvw maiam. w-n
.let-crn-i". and Ueferee l'utsy Corn
lan I decision met with popular ap
proval. Thompson left the ring
Harry Wills rf New Orleans,
Ogiied Bl WWTld'a negro heavy-
m ht champion, wired a challenge.
10 th winner, which wart announced
the rlngMlde before the start of
the main go. Lngford accepted and
the bout will be held here April 26
, ,1, i the direction of the James
r Smith post, which staged tonight's
In the semr-winriup, unit aimma
outfought Kid WIUIamM of
Uuikogee m a liasning eignt-rouna
KO 1 he men are iiiiuoiowrifciiie..
its' Dulley was rererree.
A crowd of 3,000 witnessed to
ht'l oard, Which m ably dlrect
, by Patty Corrlgan of Tulsa.
TEARS MEND QUARREL
l Hullng of Iiulgc Itlrd Is
Having Good lUults.
-pf Itl tn The Worm.
PONCA CITY, Okla., April 6.
fhe ruling made some tlmo uro by
District Judge lllrd of thla county to
the effect that no divorce casn will
he heard until at least 30 days after
lt filing, Is having good results, ac
rordlng tn Judge Bird. "1 know of
i' least one couple that was deterred
from seeking a divorce hy reason of
Ihis ruling." says tho Judge
were really children who had a I
na;irrel and they were determined to
pi a divorce. When they learned
that it would not be granted right I
away and they had had time to
think over their actions, and thoy
realised how ridiculous thoy had !
hf-en. both began to cry. I slipped
but of my office and left them cry-!
ing, when I came back they had
goaa and they have not applied for
FORTY ENTER TOURNEY
s-ord l.nlry I Am for Women's
lianilieiip I ... 1 1 l "i . i 1 1 1 1 1 1. : 1 1 ,
Providing the weather is favor
able the first golf tournament of the
Tulsa Country club, the Women's
llaiKticap tournament, will get under
way tomorrow. Forty players are
entered and at least 10 more am ex.
reeled. The number of entrants
already Is greater than In nny po-i-loiiH
wnmrn'ei tournament ever held
at the Tulsa chib and assures huo-
"ss for the tourney.
Mrs. (leorgo M. Ransom, president
of the Women's iissoclatlon of the
ountry club last night again askesi
'hat al scores bo turned In before
'"morrow In order that entnuits may
he properly handicapped.
PIONEER PUBLISHER DEAD
"niTal or WlnficJtl Svu eM al
lola Kansaei Vostorrlay.
AMrlniM preRS Hints Wire
"KU1IOMA rTTY, April 6 The
f nsral of Wlnfield W. Bcott. B
rear! old, pioneer newspaper pub
lisher of Oklahoma City, who died
--innay Rt Com ho, was held this
sflernnnn at lola. Kansaa, at the
o " of former Congressman
hnrles K. Bcott. Burial was made
"i the family plot ln Jols
Mt la survived hy his widow
a daughter. Miss Win Held
a sister, Mrs. K. K Frank
"Palo Alto, rial . and two hroth
,rH '' A. Scott, chief of the
'"Million division of the itate unl
wrsity ,t Norrnani nrt Pharles W.
booh, publisher of a newspaper at
ua and a former representative In
GROWING DEAF WITH HEAD
NOISES? TRY THIS
' yt .. , . ,t . I -I i I -i
a rmi iu.i.
r U you
to o roar dretrlst sag i
" l,lnl ,i,.m(Ul)
edgaHl pint at ket
M-wir?"'""1 "W- Take
... lieu dar.
i k V.1. eQea brkai euk rsiief fee.
- SrSS J"4 aaHaa, n.i neairile
i. Z, hWe beeoau est; ... . i
"rnjipuij; lets ih. rtirl
nr.; .-- ....t, mil. ,.i i.
15 - Round Fight
Those w ho sln-
eerely love boxing
for the sport's
sake. will M
it r ' ii I 1 v dlsup
pointed In the an
nouni smanl from
Aliian .' mill r-en-
ator Jamee m.
Wnlker. aUtllOf of
thi boxing bin
vhhh last Week
paaeed In the sen
ate by a voir of
II t.. 1!'. Will
tO secure the
paaaagi of the measure. Mr Wolkar
says ba win cease hla efforts to have
the bill passed In the lower house.
Which practically means an end to
the hOpaS of legalised boxing In the
Brnptra state, at least for another
Fonatnr Walker's dtrlslOfl araa due
to the attttvlty of certain men (of
whom boxing baa furnished a living.
They have (ought the pussage of tho
measure since Its lnuepttnn. And
their reason has been the many
rcmjiat luua, wne n wuuiu, iiuu toe,
hill been passed, assured clean iiml
BUUara boxing in New York stale.
The boxliiK game does not suiter
from Mr. Walker's decision to with-
draw bis support to the measure, i in
th t-.triiiy, th! causo of the sport
Is advanced. Walker, with Major
lilddle uud other prominent and in
fliicncia! sportsmen, who are iden
tified In the nrmy, navy and civilian
hoard of boxing control, have shown
that unless boxing is conducted on
the Square It Is belter to have no
boxing at all.
So rather to see the (lot ham syndi
cate again seek to control the sport,
which would have been certain to
handicap their tfor;s to a great ex
tent, tho backers of tho Walker bill
have dropped tho measure, for a
time at least.
Time ami again It has been shown
that tho greatest Injury done boxing
is not by tho boys themselves but by
the crooked promoters, managers
ami hangers-on. The New York age
proves that very effectively,
Boxing Is coming ulong well In
Oklahoma, which has boon espclaly
evident. In tcci nt weeks. Two cltleg
carded bouts this week both under
the direction of the American
IjegiOIL One was yesterday at Mus
kogee between Jack Thompson and
Sam Xjengf ord. The aaoond is ut
Bnid next Friday night when Bobby
Burna of Tulaa meets Frankia Nur-
din of Bnid. Tho ring sport flour
ishes with greater popularity in east
ern and northern Okluhoma than In
any other section. Kapulpa, iilghcarl.
Shamrock, i rumrlght, in addition to
Muskogee and Bnid) are splendid
mixing cities lor anenuance in no-
sponsmaiisnip oi me i.liis ana Ul!
class of their entertainments.
USES LANSING'S PLAN
Colby Adopts po .sil . Outlined by
glggflKai BOOfOtagy for lUxirgan
l74itlrn of DepggttggMi
WASiiiNOTON. April 6. Plana
made hy former Secretary Lansing
for tho reorganization of the slato
department eo as to better euip
it for handllne tho enormously In
creased responsibilities growing out
of tho changed world condition! fol-j
lowing the war are receiving the
attention of Sertretary Colby and
may be carried out In part, al ; I
Mr. Colby said today ho had con
ferred with Mr. lyinslnr on the con
Ject but was not prepared to say at
this time Just what he would endorse
or what ho would propose. Mr
1-rfinaing's recommendation, he said,
had many years of study behind It
and was "entitled to great weight."
"There are a number of tho
branches ln the department that are
undermanned and undoratgffed it
the present time." said Mr Colby.
"We have the difficulty that till
Washington has ln keeping men of
tho highest ability contented in posi
tions that are very onerous and ex
acting nt the very moderate salaries
which It Is possible for us to offer
"The problem Is a very Important
one and la receiving veiy close
Claim fflO.ooo Indebtedness.
Claiming an Indebtedness of $tiO.
000 on tho part of the Shuwmut oil
company of Boston, Mass , suit win
filed in district court yesterday by
the Arrow Field nll company. The
latter asks the court to appoint a re-1
salver for oil b ases In Tuna " !
Wagoner counties owned by 'i
Shawniut company mid against
which the Arrow field company has
a lien for tho payment of the money
loaned, upon win. b the sun, la baaed.
WHY DRUGGISTS REC
For many years druggists have
I waiched with much interest the re
I markable record maintained by Or 1
'Kilmer's Hwampl-Itoe' the 1
! kidney, liver and bladder medicine
It la a physician's presrn re Ion I
Swamp liooi la a strengthening j
miedVclne. II helps the kidneys, liver
and bladder do ihe work nature In-
: fch..v Hhoilld do.
Bwamp-Koot has stood the lest of
! yeara. It la sold hy all druggis.e on
i Its merit and It should help you. No
other kidney medicine hla so many
He auro and get Swamp Itoot and
start treatment at once.
flowever, if you wish to first left
rhia great prescription send len
cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co, Ring
hauiton, N. T.. for a sample bottle.
Whan writing bi aun and mention
the Tulsa World Advt
New Miracle Man
Needed by Boston Ilravcs in National Pennant Hunt ,
'Mils photo, taken (taring a practice
i. ... 1 1 it iik (lovd)', ion- ul i lie
iJ.c il. ii. , Uonle Hil-Ii. ai Imii.
iimpiic la nnneraa.
I'uievrt another anlfMla man or a.
good boiis up between
now and the nibUlle of llie liig
the Itraves may be
forced to lake the cellar apartment
from the National league landlord.
'MarNigcr Ht. tilings. Who pulled the ,
miracle man stunt In l'll. and
Oentee Washington lrnni,
owner, did Ihe.r dainest all whit
long to pry loose gome new- mate
rial from the other big league clubs,
but nothing doing. Kvery olut)
owner with whom the Brave chief!
did business were perfec:ly, oh, so
i willing, io trade plavers. All ithoy
asked trim that ItaWiit Maranvllle
; he one of the men In lloston's end of
; the deal.
Oranl would make It clear that he
watt trying to :mdo a few players,
no a team, and call off the deal.
To make matters worse, two or
three youngsters Shillings had hoped
would deliver, Quit the game en
tirely. As tWinirs Took now. Jaranvllle
! win lis th huh of the Huh team.
Broken Aroow Itriefa
Mm J W S. Power and son
Clarence are spending a month at
Hot Springs, Ark.
Wlllard Walker, u student at
Oklahoma u n ivorsit v. came home
from Norman for the Kasfer boll,
days with his parents.
A. V Morrow and family have
moved to their new home In the
Hart property In College addition.
Itroken Arrow was without train
or mail Beryl e for over IM hours,
hepimilng jerldgy evening, on ac
count of the hurtling of three spans
of a r.O-foot bridge on the M K ei
T. null o ld n l oss a stream two miles
oast of town.
Claud! Simmons spent Saturday
and Sunday at BliatOW the guest of
his In-other RmOTX Simmons, a for
mer llroken Arrow1" resident, hut
'who since his reiurn from overseas
jins bean located at Brlatow, where
he Is engaged In the ding business
J. It. .Morrow has t purchased 12
lots ln College addition upon whnvi
he contemplates the erection of a
modern home Others who expect
to erect new homes In College addi
tion, with the extension of the city
aewer system to that pari of the
city, are Harry Simon and IC. M.
Rowe. Work on l,eun Harth'a new
home In the weHti-rn part of Collage
addition haa already been com
menced. .Mrs. J It. Mitchell, librarian, re
ports the following new books on the
shelves of the Broken Arrow public
library: "Anne of the Island."
Montgomery; "Miss Million-1 Maid."
Ruck ; "The Madness of May.1' Nicholson-
"Mnllv Brown' series, two
. I, ' ;- . , . ' "Hi.il
, . U......I . I. . . ..or
pepper Burns' Richmond! "Red
pepper's Patients" Richmond: 'The
kuhistiina Mother." Richmond: "The
Three of earta. Ruck; "The un
pardonable Sin." lluglie.s, ".Martle,
the Unoonquerod," Norrta. Tha
ludles of the Self Culture cluh who
have sponsored the UbCWry for gov.
oral yeaTI contemplate Interesting
the city council In tho mauer and
hope In the event Itroken Arrow is
made a city of the first class to
have ihe library wtanefoimed into a
William Arthur Phillips, the ft-year-old
son of Mr. and Mia L Ij.
Phillips of Skiatook, riled at the
home of Mr nnd Mrs. Willis Mays in
Ibis city Saturday morning after a
two weeks' Illness of bronchial
loielimoiila, the i no . being con.
tractod about the time of the arrival
of little William and his mother hero
to sit Mrs Ma vs. who Is a sister of
Mrs Phillips. Funeral gorVlOOg were
MOTHERS, DO THIS
When the Children Cough,
Rub Musterole on Throats
No telling- how soon the symptom!
may develop into croup, or worse. And
theo'a when you're glad you have a
jar of Musterole at hand to tv.
prompt, sure relict It docs not bl ister.
As first aid and a certain remedy,
Musterole is excellent. Thousands of
mothers know it. You should keep a
jar in the honie, ready for mttant me
lt is the remedy for adults, too. Re
I levee sore throat, bronchitis, tonailitis.
croup, aS neck, asthma, neuralgiq
headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheu
matism, lumbago, paina and aches oi
back or joints, sprains, acre muscles,
chilblains, frosted feet and colds of the
Chest (it often prevents pneumonia).
30c and 60c jars; hospital sue ,,o
and a Flock of Ball
' '; -m-l - T ' ll
game a I'.-v
lira v re I a
da ye ago al Colnmbua, (la., hotwen ihc RrnvM and Ttgrra,
stars, rtii.iiluu mil In iml ball on Tlgt'r runner who ne I
lias itOpgied cb-ur Of lire pla V ami Is
The team will be built around him.
Ho will have tn steady tho in
field uud help the outfleM and
Walter llolke at first. Charley
Pick at second and Norman BoOCl el
at third form only a fair trio to work
with the Hal Mil
Oulsc. Mann and
no banner! They
bat medium well.
rim ci i carries
field well and
Tli at lets 'em
captain of the
valua'hle aid 't
out Maranvllle. as
crew, will give them
phiiing for the bat
ter .Maranvllle is vastly more of a
studrnl of placers Uhan any of the
Htalllngs figured that his pitching
stnfr, consletlng of Hick Rudolph.
Oeschger. IVan Filllnglm. "lied"
Causey, John Paul Jnnea and' Scott,
would do fairly well Then Jones,
a promising youth, announced that
'he had decided to flirt with slocks
and bonds Ingtaajd of base Tilts and
critical umpires. Oausoy became
glaaattaf led and S-alllngs was forced
to get rid of him. letting him go to
conducted nt the Mays home at r.:S0
Saturday evening by Rev. J 0,
Watson pastor of the J'lrst M. B.
church. Mrs. M. C Williams as.
slsted In the services with a so'v.
The remain! were taken to Blh Clly.
Kansas, the former home of the
family, for Interment Sunday after,
The First Presbyterian church Is
the center of activities In religious
circles in llroken Arrow this week.
Tho installation of newly-elected
elders, trustees and deacons took
place at x o'clock Monday evening.
In Oordoti of Sand Springs deliver
ing the charge to t lie elders ond Ihe
itev. i.. MoAtnJa of Daweon, the
charge Io the trustees and deacons.
The Tuls.i Presbytery, consisting of
i.'0 ministers and One elder from
each church will convene In the Io.
it ohtircb at S o'clock this tTucs
day) evening. The session will be
opened with a sermon by the retir- I
Ing moderator. Rev. w. B. Louokg of!
Saptllpu. after which thete will be a
roll call nnd election of officers
Communion services will also be!
held Tuesday evening. Rev. J. II. I
Clarke of Tulaa administering the1
j bread and Rev. W. 11. Statiblcfleld of,
IgklatOOk administering tho cup. The,
'program for Wednesday opens with
devotional exercises led by Rev. M. j
K. Lindsay of Nowuta. followed by a;
business session. Tho Wednesday
j afternoon meeting win open at 3 1
i o'clock with it round table confer-!
enoo on New l-)ra work, led by J, I.
1 Payne of Tula. This will be fol.
i lowed tiy unother business session. A i
popular meeting will he held at S
p. m njiadneaday, at which time ir
I Odell, president of Kendall college,
will deliver an address "I-Vte to
I Face Willi the New Bra In an old
World." Tho visitors will he enter
tained In tho homes of the members
lif the local Prewhyterian congrega
tion during their stay In Ihe city.
STOMACH GOOD AS
NEW. FOUR DOC
TORS GAVE HER UP
Mrs llondrli k-. B. dfa-1 live
Months, W a Mile Ul Work
In Two Weeks.
wm vtfltl 1nBt winter for f 1 v month
wllh Blnrriftch nt4 l.w.l lroM. ' 'Hfl
not turn tnynHf !n bvi without hlp. 1 t
M unrlr t'f rr of four ilmtorti, tinti
thf-y wv mo up Tli-'n Mr MMU, hm
irilBgW. r'',''ft'''i if hMwAA- to try
bottle nf MtTka Kii.iillil'.n. I 'nlf ,
titkrn It to rtityn nr. til I wan itttlAg
In hrl. Mnfl In two wrrki 1 wn ilf
n own work. U tu n I bTn taklnff It.
I wl(h!it only 70 notindn. now T wMith
j 190 lioiinf.." Mri. Mary llmflrlrfcu. S00
I.lt.lifirlfl Kogttl, Owrrmborn. Kf-
TboUMikntta of pffjtt who harn nt-fr-t1
for yrrai from llnmarh I4l4 t-owol
trouble. hiva titunA rrllrf. talmoHt from
the flrpt 'loitti of Milk KtmilNlon And It
ti rtwli Uatlnir wMMQl
V ilk ( :nnillon t a plnant. nutrttU
fti'nl nnd jrjffOtlTt nidi' ln. It riorMi
htinllhy, MIMfll trv'l Mftton. d'lnr kWd?
with all n-fd of pill and priytr It rr"
niotr Hppftit un-l n ii Ir k 1 y put tha dl;?
tlva nrfipa tn hp to utir.llala fo'td
Aa a tuilJr of ' -u and atruntrth. Mtlka
riiuliton la atrongly raconimcndntl to
those wtiom alt'kniaa haa wrakinwl. nnd la
a powerful aid lit rtmliilna; and ra-palrlng
tha t ffttrta nf waatlna; ! m-a. t'hronlc
tntnarh trouble) ttnd ronstlpatlon ir
promptly rrlifva-d - uaually In one day.
Thla la tha only aolhl frnulioti mada,
und o palatable that It la ratt-n with a
puon Ilk Ina rrt-gni.
No matlar how 9 your rjtt, you
gra 1. 1 tt tul to try Milk Ktii uUl'Hi under
thin gum ante Take m botll' liurna
with you, un H -t rordlni tn dire tlona
und If not aattafle! with th" raaulta, your
inoney w 111 b pi urn pi I y t efundfd. I'rtca
t0 gfbi I , per bottle. Tha ailika Kutul
ajlon Tttrrn Haute, lud. Bold by diug
SXVQ tlfll Dal al llie fight 'I be
the Phlla at the waiver price. iln'
Packard, eg PhtUy, was another bal
HtaHIng! had, but Hu decided to re
tire inh. the poor baseball slave)
So Oeotge tew has Itudolph. Oes
chger ami fllringkn and one or two
rooklef uti'iled nd untemveted.
Hcott ami Moran, a New England
etar, are the only fair bets he has
among n la rook lea.
Hank tiowdy and Art Wilson,
behind (he plate, can get the most
out of Shillings' hurling staff
roWlly is u power on offense, too
Tho catching staff needn't worry
The Hrnvc owners have n.hout
given up hops of bolstering up till
iculi by trading About all Stalling"
a-nnls to let go tn deals nre s.-rue of 1
bis numerous roo. ie oiilrletiiers or
,perhaiei one of his vets outside of
Maranvllle. Hut, as said before.
Mm invllle Is the bird sought.
1'nlesn another mlrac'e happens
th.- llravea will he an nIo-ran outfit ,
White Sot ggOnWdl ss.
i iid IHOMA CITY, April I,
t 1 i ' ,u-o in,. S T i
Okla. City iW. 1. ) 11
Batteries: Stewart, Tessir ami
be eei Covington, gtoner and
rtiaHW Bout Pallas
DALLAS. Texas. April 5.
Ftttaburgh Nationals !
Dktteg it. LO
( 10 innings.
Batteries: Ponder and '-ee
Conlay and Robertson
White Sot Beaten
BHREVBPORT, Im., April I
Chicago Amer 7 1.1 0
Shrevepott tT. I. ) H 14 S
Batteries: Heath Williams and
Behalki Black, Verbout and Vnnn
HrrMkln HMtlH ITMlkaV
COM'MHIA, 8 t. April
Brooklyn NoUonolt 9 u r
New Vnrk Anifr 3 9
Huttt rU-H- Pf -Iff nr. Mitr'iwiirtr
ICobfuri ui4 Rlllott. BCrutfTori Bmal)-I
wooil, MoOrOWi HiKinilltr ntiA Mur
UH'IIMOND, Vh . April
Clnolnngvti KAUonalav pi rmi
Amorll unu, ffumo pOHipont'd, wet
It' Anxiou.s to KftVfl Btautlful,
Dark Hair AisMin and Ixiok
Younpr, Read This.
There g no occasion for you Io
look old with gray. prematurely
gray, streaker) with gray, white or
Iron gray, or faded hair Vou oafl
euallv and H.ifelv iinnlv O Han lt..!i
Color Itestorer to ull your hair and
scalp at home. It Is not a dye, hut a
harmless preparation that revive!
the color glands of nature. Koon you
win be delighted to observe all your
gray hair (and entire head of hairi
turn t., mi even, beautiful dark
sade, without even a trace of grny
showing, making cntiie bead of hair
d.uk, soft, fluffy This makes you
look younger. "Qllan" does not
color the, aealp, is not siiiky or
greaayi w.il not rub off, and Is not
a dye Safe io handle as water. Try
It. atopa dandruff and fulling hair
Hold by glalnbt rg ItroB. Tul.- n,
Okla. or sent prepaid for 7:. cents
RHEUMATISM PREVENTED HIM USING HIS
ARMS TO FEED HIMSELF. RECOMMENDS 40
Weetey ityi. Agguatai tin .
wnK-.: "i wffered with rhautlg
anii ladlgeetloa una at um aoejd
not ua! my armg In (eeil nivnelf I
Iri.-rl i very ramgdf I lii uril of with
, only teniiuirary relief. 1 wiik arlvlacil
to try Number to vax The Btoag,
which i iiiii with Bplan4l4 raatill
while i urn nut entire ly wen i feci
like ;i different man uml expert to
aoatiaU! Nttaabw to. ba Having n win
. cure me. 1 Iiuvh told Keverul of my
Irieada of 40. vhleh they are taking
with gniit raaulta. 1 ghaarlully rac
emmerid Numbar 40 to any one mif
fenng from any DlOOtl, liver or Bt'.m
1 acti trou I'N- or Ki'itcial lil health "
'We cannot gargat4M to BUN
' diBetme -with Number 40 I 'or
NEW YORK SOLON
DROPS FIGHT BILL
Walker Says He
II Not Attempt
to Push Hill.
lloxhip Hnutx ToHtffM
r Paar I a. in. .1 a h a n y
riff'ths m Tommy Comflakayi
0 rounds waltarwalghii
A I riitshumh Kddlo
tlt r. -
mmoni n Ray fryai. io
AI.HANY. N V . April I, Hope
that the New York state legislature
WOUld enact legislation designed to
legellM licking III the state
virtually abandoned here toda)
ii i , u in eni en t was made h Sen- weights lliamer c urled the light to
gtor . lames I Walker, minority lead-i Moore in ever) ruund, but tha lo al
a al the senate, that he woiihljboy landed the Iggffaat numher of
make no effort to bring his hill out blows
of th.- ass ll and means M:VAItK, N. J , Apt II 6. Wll-
. cmmnie. to which It was referred I lie Meeliuu of California, outfought
after being recslxed from the en-l.i Roberta of New Yolk, In an
ate wh it was passed i ecently. I ,.ki( round bout here tonight. Mat
Walker in making his announce
ment lf!T Mia! he would not move
the bill uiilll 'the surreptitious, be
hind tnc door campaign against It
or ihoae who should favor lis aa
vant amenl is stopped "
"Until then." continued the sen
ator "J will cease to make any ef
fort to have the hill passed in tha
lower house Some sporting writers
and men supposed Io be Interested
in the game now seem to ho work
ing under cover to block It. I he
llovo much of this opposition Is In
spired by men who have been a
detriment to the game ami object
io tin- etrh t regulatory feature! of
"This measure, if enacted, would
prevent fly-by-nlghl ctuba from
operating, ami alao would work
egalngl manager! who have three or
four boys In their stables and would
:iko io arrange home between their
.tables males. bouts
N'KW YollK. April 6. Tommy
Noble, Illitlsh feslherwelghl. who
claims to be Oie real champion of
nraal Hrltaln. is seeklmr a bout with
! Johnn) Kllbana for
the world -i
, till HI pUOISIl lit. ..in.-
Who is lie-
Ing managed by riddle Harvey,
claims to lnon won a decision over
Jimmy Waldo, the flyweight oharap.
Ion of the world
NXW YORK. April r, Pete Her
man, the bantam champion appears
to be developing a knockout punch.
Herman stopped Young Angela re
cently, nnd Angela Is one of the
most promising huntams developed
sin. e the ending of the war. The
bantgm Utl! holder never could suc
ceed in making followers of box
ing in ihe east believe that he was i
anything more than a defensive
boaal It would bo strange If al,
Mils late stage of the ring career he I
lot tod OUl io he a real fighter,
NL'WARK. N. J., April 5. Offi
cials of Ihe Newurk Sportsmen's
club announced today Ihey had of
fen d a purse of 110.041 to (ieorges
Carpentlori the iTonen pugilist, to;
meet Charley Welnert of this eft,
In an eight round, no decision bout
vnnK, Aprii I. Benny
win id s lightweight ohamp-
WHY DO YOU TRY
TO HIDE THOSE
(Jr Cover a Durk Sallow, I
Muddy Complexion With
Face Powder and
How inharraolTig It I for on tr hava
proplfB i ci t' -n U'i'. neck, arm or
hand Om tittu algADla i hi aaauafj
trtara tha atrrtlvena of a rMty fara.
You rgtfi Miitrkly reinovn plintlH and
othrr kln M tin la haa hy toiihlng th poi
or H.pt)ing ltht. it antl Whit 1 nt rr. "i
to th part gfltC 11.1a tatg4g hut mt
frtlv hotn houty trfMlinrnt removaa
not only plinpli' hut l-n t a 'lurk, mm I
Inw, murlfly ronipinilon, an1 Ira v en t lit
akin gofti wlillf und rndtant.
All who hava Ud Blat k and W hit
Olntiu'-iit ar .1 1 1 ax ' l villi tlin t. t-
hn aiway on th-1r dra-
ItiK tahle. Itlitrk and Willi H. attould
I. K.-.I n.l u t K r..un.l
I fl md I-, it.- ointment
j Moth lllurk and White riinttnant and
HoMp oan bn f'xitid at alj good drug stars
and Uutl VHBttn eiaih a .... , !;.. I
or th manufacturera will nd potpald on I
! rrrclpt of 60i
A Neiinpl lilftraturn nnd TUte k and
u iiii iiirthday ant Dream BSeON will i
hr nt you frit If you will flip .tod 1
mall thla advrt imn to ' j k nd
Will 'I I''. . Hoi ; l Mrinphl. Tan ii.
Bloeg, Injf tri' quota word for word
what the liitir' itlentn In 41 nre reo-
ommeaded for in tha II. a Dlapenaa-
loiy and New- Aineticj. Materia
llegioa; "In Ihe treatment of lilood
iroublee, an ackimwieiignd remedy
among all ashOOll of phyxliiunK, re
moveii the riiumi of dlHeane nnil Hllm-
ulataa ihe removal ot waate thm
Indirectly eneouraging nutrition.
IHMorUiTH of lint nervous lyatem d
iniiiid thla remedy, atirh iih gaui t
glu, chronic rheurnatl!rD, gouty OOn.
JitionH, mal-nutrition, aun-liiloiil-C1111011.
used wlih lueoee! In aegant
uml akin diaeaaea, lumbago, glandu-
lar iwelllnga, ulceration! of nuooug
ntambrMaa and In general dls-
ordera of the mniiim li. IHer. kidney
ami apleen " Made by J, C Mi-mlcn-hal.
Bvansville, Ind., 40 ycura a
druirgmt. Hold by Slwintierg (Iron
Hi' l.iit'I.t. April :. lack UtWWT
ot mIii knocked put Touni
Chans) (Chris Burkhari
ill I of New
Orleans In the third round of a
aahadulad eight-round bout hora to-
night The men foughi at 110
LONDON, April !. Krank Mmun
of Pittsburgh, lonight heal Tom
i 'oh ler of t'umlierlsml. In a la-rotind
flulit al llolborne st allium Moran
well oil points. COWlai look the pla. .
in Arthur Townlty, light haavj
weight, who had met with an aecl
drill CHtCAOO. April I, The Ban Mil
leis of St Louis today defeated the
tilwnplc of i hlcago two goals to atla
in tha araatarn aarol finals of the na
tional soccer championship over a
enow cot ai ad field.
M KM l'i I IS. i'enn . April .'. I'nl
Moote ivf Memphis was gleii a ul
elees decls.on over Harry I l-alliei or
I Ban rranolaco, in avi eight round
IbOUl here tonight. They are buntam-
han. who weighed IIK. pounds, JO
pounds more than his opponent, was
the aggjeaaor throughout.
Bone Tunney of New York, light
heavyweight champion of the a Id
SI'. I.noi ked out "Knockout ' Sillll
van of Shenandoah. Pa , In the first
round Tunney weighed 1 1 r. pounds
ami Sullivan 170.
Want lienor Service.
J. B, Sponger, division superin
tendent ot tin- Prlaco, hfi tor si.
Uoull Sunday on business Mr.
Hprlngai will lie gone for several
davs and upon his return hopes to
report some Increased service In
Saints Are llcnlon.
i;ki;i;n ii.i.i:, miss, April I,
St. Paul (Amer Ass'n ) ...I 10 2
Memphis Southern Assn. X
Battarlea; Merrltt and tiorwin,
Alvls and lllschoff.
Ion- now doing motion picture work 1
In California, Is keeping In condition;
py mad work. Billy Olbaon, hit
malinger. writes to New Y'oik
friends laiollard is anxious In ftn-l
1 lab the film and get hack Into the
' ring, he said. Before returning east
the party wll go to Mexico and
through the Northwest, boxing In;
San Francisco. Portland and Seattle.,
KILL THE COLOl
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In tablet i'nm--aie, aura, no
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hour icnevea grip in J day.
Money back if it faila. I ha
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tup with air. Hiilg
At All Drug
la I ml ff i ill il , f -f1 ill I tm4 ggga fe
aHAnryin erun ATtm n tun m m ,, oi
Somt ATig Mnwip Cmmaim
.1- .,'!, .-f"1. "
Meyer Brothers Drug
St. Lwia . New Turk
it" ' " -aaa.
Millions of Tiny Germs
Cause Your Catarrh
lU lu f CrmteH Only fc Cleans
itifl HUmhI ol These GtTIRt
ftklerrh nne from .1 dlH. -.i:e ertn
tne.1 finde lodament in Ota hioud.
and makea ltael nianlfeat hy nir .ol
Ing Itl attack of poigonOUg Irritation
to the galtagta linlngej of tin. naan,
throat and air 1 . .if Theae he
roinfl atopped up hy t'le iriflainma
tion of tho inucouH membrane!
making tt difficult for you to hrertthe,
and you are cotmtuntly hawknu,' and
! pit ting ln tin effort to rh-;ir U!
rl.csijitd .111 llim'i-lls and k'" i cio'f
Yrm muwt lag Hla LhAl your blood
ut loaded down with nauirt h germi.
FAST DAY'S WORK
r ir T ill I. f ""V I I A fN
Boss Abbott Says lis
Time Now for Hoys
With the return of warm weutlier
yesterday and facing their final
game again!) a major league outfit,
i hat with the Chicago White Hox,
here tomorrow, the Tulsa Oilers
went through a fast workout with
Manager Bpencer Abbott demanding
mora a 1 than In prevloui sea
As ihe slart of Ihe championship
ban grawa aaarai the oiler boas is
to peed op the work of the candi
dal.. With tlte preliminary training
slake passed, It is lime now for the
equad to he shotting what may be
cxpccicd of them during the eeaaon.
1 despite die presence of aeveral
veterans in the lineup, the personnel
of tin- cluh Is by no means assured,
j I h ast io changes may be made at
I any time. All must show from now
OH I hut they are ready or other
willing athletes will be there to elep
Into their places, it Is well enough
to talk of exhibition games as prac
; lien affairs. Rut that doesn't ex
ouae Indifferent hall playing.
Bstenatva Muting ami fieidtug
practice vv is on yesterday s program,
it Was by fur the enappleet drill to
date. Sundays layoff evidently hat
ing a good effeot. even though It
hail Its drawback!. Alabott Is de
sirous of having the goyg give a good
account of themselves In the game
with the While Hox reserves tomor
row. and plans another allff practice
Paul. Charters Asked For.
Special Ii. The w orlil
W ASHINHTON, April 0. Appli
cations for charters have been re
ceived for Ihe organl.atlnn of the
Paden National bunk at Paden.
Okla.. with 2r..oon capital, and for
the I i rut National hank of Indtanola,
Okla . with 125. 000 capital T W
1 1 a mi i ' n ol Paden anil 1' K. Bynum
of Indlanela are conducting the
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that vlmpln cold and mild caiai of
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They ny that every cold ahould re
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Hi firm elep In the trcatinent la to
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TKe decollete require! the
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and thi-ee koi 111a tiiimt Ih- re4iiovi-d
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that you 1 'ii ii 1 1 ot rech thene gvrinii in
iyi.ui blood with aprayn uud douclc
1 Bgpartenoe h is proven that 8. s s
Ih llie be-t remedy for Catarrh, h
I eaiis.' It U a fun old blond remedy
1 thai tancta to free the tilood of ail Jii-
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