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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1920
Latest Case Is Reported
Seven Miles North
of City Limits.
NO CAUSE FOR ALARM
Doctor Woods Says Tulsana
Are In Little nDnger
From Milk Supply.
C. M. Ilalley, Al, u farmer HvInR
saven miles north of Tulia, Is suffer
ing with anthrax, nccordlng to Dr. C.
J. Woods, of tho Knoblock-Woods
laboratory. Hallcy came to tho
laoratory at 2)30 yesterday after
noon anj had a blood test made. The
test revealed the name symptoms ns
those developed by Oeorgo IJusscy of
Hallcy Mys that ho contracted tho
disease after hn had skinned n cow
that died on tho farm of J. It. Lav
ender, on I-e.wla nvonuo north of
Tulsa. Ilalley skinned the cow last
Friday. On Saturday morning ho
j noticed several rod places on Ills left
prm, nnd reading about tho Uussey
rase of nnthrax, came to Tulsa yes
terday for examination.
Itallcy first suspected anthrax af
ter 16 hogs died within a very short
tlmo aft.r they had eaton tho carcass
cf tho row skinned by him. Ho
dragged, the carcata Into tho hoc pen,
efter tho cow had been skinned not
knowing that tho cow had died from
anthrax. Tho nogs belonged to Lav
ender. Thera has been much alarm
spread imong the Tutsans during tho
last 3 days following tho reports that
anthrax was found among tho cattle
nf local dairies. Dr. Woods says that
thero Is very llttlo danger of Tulbans
contracting tho disease through the
milk supply, ostho health board is
on tho Job constantly, watching for
the slightest symptoms among tho
cattle. He nays that a cow becomes
violently 111 when sho contracts tho
-45iseniic, nnd that a. dairyman could
rot milk a cow that wan very sick.
Dr. Woods Bays a cow is almost dead
by tho tlmo the anthrax baclllas
teach tho milk. He says, howover,
that It In posslblo for Infected milk
to bo sold, and that tho herds will
l.avo to bo wa'ched carefullt. In
ternal nnthrax Is the most dangerous
form of tho disease, as It kills tho
victim from 4 to 5 hours to 2 days.
Internal anthrax In caused by
drinking infected milk or eating in
fected flesh. Tho hogs on tho Lav
ender farm, died within a short time
cftcr they had eaten tho carcaavof
tho cow that died there.
Oeorgo Hussey of Colllnavillc, who
contracted anthrax several days ago
niter ho had skinned a cow that
had died with tho disease, will bo
treated with anthrax serum, which
is exported to arrlvo this morning
from Chicago. Iiunsey was brought
to Tulsa Monday night, and his con
dition has not changed much since
then. Attending physicians have been
cauterizing tho anthrax postulcs with
olcirtrlclty slnco the arrival of the
boy. Dr. Woods says he will prob
. obly savo tho boy's life, If tho scrum
arrives thla morning, as Is expected.
Tho scrum was sent from Chicago
yesterday morning on a mall-express
train, and tho post office officials Is-
sued orders that It be sent stralcht
to Tulsa without any delays. Post
office officials In St. Louis were no
tified to transfer tho package to "the
Tulsa train without any delay. Tho
package will bo delivered to Dr.
Woods Immediately upon Its arrival.
A thorough search for tho nnthrax
Former President of
Ad Club in Tulsa on
Kd A. Wilcox, formerly manager
of tho local I'ubllo Service com
pany, and prominently connected
with civic activities ns president
of the Ad club during Its Infancy,
was In the city yesterday visiting
with hla many friends and attend
ing to business matters. Mr. Wil
cox is now conncctod with ono of
the larger electrical houses of the
cast, with hcadquartern at I'ltts-burgh,
porum wis mndo In Chicago Monday
nftornom and night, nnd only one
tube of the scrum was found. Dr.
C. L. Ilccder, county health chair
man, has had a messago that a quan
tity of the sorum will be sent here
soon from Kansas City.
Dr. Woods says that the farmers
must let dead carcasses alone, as
nnthrax will continue to spread In
this way. It can bo contracted only
by direct contact; so tho farmers
need, not fear tho disease If they do
not handle tho carcasses of dead cat
tle. It may bo contracted even when
the skin Is unbroken.
Dr. Woods soys that nnthrax In a
violent form of blood poisoning. It
is a very rare diseaso among cattle,
nnd mora rare among men. It is
the mo-tt easily recognized nnd the
hardest to destroy of any other or
ganization under the antiseptics and
utcrlllzatlon. Dr. Woods says that
when contracted externally, It does
not kill until It has spread through
the h'holo system. When contracted
cxtirnnlly, a malignant postulo or
carbuncle appears. Thero aro no
other eruptions on the skin,
Anthrax Is an old dlscaic, and has
teen called tho wool sorters' disease.
It Is contracted frequently among
wool sortei-H, who contract it In their
throats. It Is nlso contracted
through the uso of having brushes,
which aro mado from tho hair of
animals. A numbor of cases de
veloped In tho army camps during
the war, and were traced to hIiuv
Ing brushes, according to Dr. Woods,
who served In tho army.
AN ALL-INDIAN PRODUCTION
Osnges .Are Preparing a Moving l'lc-
turv nntl Music for Tour.
Special to Tli. World.
I'AWHUStfA. Olda., Aug. U.
Osazo Indians will lend material
old In tho organization of tho mov
ing picture project Instituted by
Tslanlnn, tho Indian soloist, which
will glvo a broader conception of
the life of the American Indian. O.
11. Sturgell county Judge, has au
thorized all Indian guardians to in
vest from tho funds of their wards
up to J20 for each ward.
neverena tsncrmnn coolodgo will
ho president of the comoanv: M.
Curwood, the Indian lyrlo 'writer,
has been secured to wrlto tho scena
rio, and Arthur Ackmnn, an author
ity jin Indian music, will furnish
the nlrs to be played by tho Indian
orchestra which will accompany
they plcturo In America and Europe.
.Many or tno scenes will uc taken
from Pawhuska. and local citizens
havo Interested themselves financial
ly In tno project.
Tlrtls Utiy Snin Holme.
CINCINNATI. Aug. 24. The Cln-
clnn.itl National league baseball club
today announced the purchaso of
S-am nohno, lnflcldcr of tho Seattle
club of tho Pacific Coast league. The
Iteds will either pay 110,000 cash for
him and also glvo tho Seattlo club
three players or pay (17,000 in cash
in lieu o' tho players, It was Bald.
Hohnc will Join tho Itcds In the
See Important announcement nf
Tulsa 1'ndcrtaklng Co. In this Issue.
Dustin Farnum in Impressive
Drama at Orpheum Tomorrow
This Is a real man's kiss which the screen star Dusttn Farnum Imprints
upon tho fair hand of Kathryn Adams In "Hlg Happiness," tho super
special which opens at tho Orpheum Theater tomorrow. And why not?
Isn't Mr. Farnus tho "man's-mnn" of tho screen?
Dustin Farnum In one of tho best
plays of his career Is underlined for
an cngugoment nt tho Orpheum
Exactness of detail In his produc
tions has always, been ono of the
hobbles of Dustin Farnum, tho
screen star. Thin same hobby was
very much In ovldenco during tho
making of "Ills Happiness," hU
"Hlg Happiness" Is a super-special
and upholds tho excellent standard
for settings established by these
distributors. Following out Mr. Far
num'a Idea nf exactness it was neces
sary to engago more than 100 ex
perienced people for the filming ut
ono scene. Mr. Farnum insisted on
having talented players Instead of
"extras" to produce the necessary
The picture Is an Intense drama
with many colorful Bcencu of the
gay, cosmopolitan llfu ui Paris be
fore the fereat war. A cafe tatting
used is an exact reproduction of the
famous Cafe do Palx of Paris where
men and women of tho ttppir r.'.rata
of society and fashlm gnher to
laugh and chat over sparkling bever
ages. An excellent cast In support of
Mr. Farnum, who gives a wonderful
portrayal of twin brothers, adds
much to tho quality of this unusual
picture. Kathryn Adams, a gradu
ate from tho legitimate stage and a
screen artist of recognized ability, Is
tho heroine. Miss Adams ha ap
pearcd In many important plcturj
parts Including the leading fcmlnlni
roles In "Itafflcs" and "Haby Mine."
Fred Malatesta, nephew of ex
Premier Nlttl of Italy and a well
known movlo vlltlan, given an excel
hint character study. Others In the
st are Joseph J. Dowllng, William
tlrown, Aggie. Herron and Vl'jlot
"Big Happiness" Is an adaption of
the novel by tho English author
400 Young Women Prom
64 Universities ut
Four hundred "co-eds" from nine
states nnd 64 colleges arc enjoying
to tho utmost tho Ilocky Mountain
student conference now In progress
nmld tho mountains nt Kstes Park,
Colo., according to word received
yesterday from Miss Josephine. Uiy
man who, with Miss Ituhy Mae
Jones nnd Miss Paulino Temples,, Is
representing tho Kendall college
V. W. C, A.
About 30 Oklahoma collego girls
are among this number, Miss
man said. Htntrs represented nro
Oklahoma, Colorado, Texas, N'uw
Mexico, Arkansas, Wyoming, Utnli,
Kansas and Missouri. Tho confer
once opened Tuesday, August 17,
and will closo Friday, August 27.
Conference grounds aro described
by Miss Layman as picturesque, and
tho setting of valley nnd mountain
beautiful In tho extreme. The camp
equipment consists of about OS tent
houses, each containing from eight
to ten rooms, grouped In scml-clr-
cnlnr fashion about several largo
lodges and tho administration build
"Speaking of the weather, It's
positively cold up hero 7,800 feet
above sea level." Miss Ijiyman
wrote. "Everybody wears sweaters
nnu coats and no telling what under
neath. It's ruining also nnd tho
mountain tops arc lost In the heavy
rain clouds hanging fiver them, A
very popular plaro Is tho auditorium
nf tho administration building with
its two immense fireplaces where
logs burn nil tho Mine."
Tho conference dfiy opens offi
cially with a shrirt scrvlru of wor
ship at 8:10 o'clock in tho morning,
Miss Layman said. "Then follow
Ulblo nnd world fellowship classes
nnd the 11 o'clock hour Is either
spent In tho forum whero we discuss
college problems nnd questions or
else It's a lecturn. On the heels of,
tho quiet hour In lite i arly after-1
iiou come MKes ntid walks nnd for
tho evening general meetings nnd
delegation gatherings nro sched
Miss Edith Helmer of New 'ork,
student secretary of the national Y.
W C A board. Is conferenro ex
ecutive. Officials nt tho ronference
nro tuitlntml secretaries, department
representatives, and mission board
in final hour
Abrupt Reversal Causes
Bears to Cover on
7 Point ydvance.
NEW YORK. Aug. 24. Increased
weakness of foreign exchangn nnd
further detachment of publlo In
terest accounted chiefly for tho re
actionary trend of Tuesday's stock
market, during which transporta
tion shores stood out most of tho
tlmo ns noteworthy exceptions.
An nbrupt nnd sweeping reversal
occurred In tho final hour, however,
when steels, equipments', oils and
shippings led a vigorous rally to
which the shorts mndo Involuntry
but extensive contributions.
United States Steel, llaldwln Lo
romotlvo. Btudnb.ikcr, American
Woolen, Mexican nnd American pe
troleums nnd Houston oils over
shadowed alt other stocks In tho
later nctlvo dealings, ut net ndvnnres
of two to seven points, Sales
amounted to G00.000 slinres,
BTHOt'D. Aug. 24. -Levi P. Mar
tin, who has served n rural route
out of this postofftco for over 15
years, hns been retired on a pension
wif 30 per rent of his past salary
May Detain Tankers and
Seize Shipments to
Mexico city, Aug. 24 uvcry
legal means will ba employed to
collect export dutlc.i on petroleum
for the months of Mnrch, April,
May nnd June, said a treasury do
pai intent bulletin Issued today. An
official announcement nmdo some
limit ii go said tho limn limit for
these payment would bo August 30,
but lleiijamln Martin, undor-necro-tary
of tho tiensury, said a great
many companies had signified their
Intention to mnkc payment and he
did not expect tho provisions of tho
law, railing for tho detention of pe
troleum bouts owned by delinquent
companies, would bo carried nut.
On th ii other hnnd. tho newspaper
Excelsior said today that tho trees
ury bulletin announcement meant
that tho tankers would bo detnlnrd
nnd that petroleum shipments by
rotnpanlcu that have failed to pay
their export dutlen would bo seized,
Eskimo Teeth Decay
on Civilized Foods
lioston Dentist Says
IIOHTON, Aug. 24.-Tho Kskl
mo In his natural state, living di
rectly off the land and sc.i. Is
free from denial derny, but when
he eats thn food of civilization
hns trouble with his teeth, V,
Htefnnnsoti, Arctic explorer, has
found. In a letter lo Dr. P. It.
Ilowo of this rdty. to which the
latter was referred In tin address
loilny before tho National Denial
association, the cxplmcr sold he
hnd noted particularly that tho
Eskimo HtifferH extennlvo tooth de
rny when given modern foods.
no tne sense or it 010 stay, i
f Uhe sweetness clinked upon my lips alltfay. ' -
Ule drops ofhoney loth to jail artay.cxo J
When it was 50
liir orops or n
. , FOR SALE BY
Caraway Drug Co.
Plymouth Drurj Co.
J. Leon Catran
Quality Drug Co., Sand Springs, Olda.
And In Every Town By The Leading Drug Stores or Confectioners.
Two Arrested in O. C,
Check liaising Charged
OKLAHOMA CI TV. Alio1. 21. -C
Vnnclo nnd Llovd Oraham were iir-
rested here Inst nlghl and turned
over to federnl authorities on the
chin go of raising n (I check to (10
nnd parsing them In this rlty, It was
announced today. The mim wero
arraigned before n United Slates
commissioner and placed In the
county Jail In default of S 1 .000 bond.
Their preliminary will bu held to
I'mm Theory In Prnellrfi.
M AN'II TTAN, Kan., Aug 24. -Four
of the women Instructors in the
homo economics department of the
Kansas State Agricultural collego
hero wilt havo necasslou soon to put
their knowledge In tho "art of home
making" into prnctlral application.
They have resigned recently to bo
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YOU BE THE JUDGE
23rd Annual Midsummer Sale
Do not lot somo "friend" influence you to buy olsowhoro without coming to Jen
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pinnos, and if an acqunlntnnco ndviaes you to come hero you may bo euro that tho
motive la pure. Bewaro of tho commission takor and tho commission giver or you
may bo pnying two profits. (You know the buyor is always tho ono who finally
pays' tlie commission). No matter what is said simply corao to our midsum
mer sale and see for youraolf tho values wo aro offering.
YOU BE THE JUDGE
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