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TTLSA DA1I Y U0RL1), 1 11 Mi U , M l", 1- 1
MCA IDIQU 'WAR' I.W. C. T. U. TO MEET MAY 19
Cull Is Ivmcd fur I ninth,- si it-t -I
Mk- mill 1 1 1 1 liiMlimr
An offu ial tall wag i-mi.-il t ofn
ci ami mcinhtr m 1 1 1 'u -a
otinty V. C T 1'. Monday I.. Ms
i.iian u i.itmsay, president lor On
, , in . i Kuan " i.inusay, president Im- the
All Vtt Ireland Kcported '' utuo meeting ni i.,, ,
.11. .... C.'nn IPmn'i! held li"'. May 1! Thn nil rt-i. ,1
Ablaze as oitm I'oinb .The tuimi county w. c r i i,..
Kind's Forces Ambushed
bv Rebels, Jtcport
III PANlKl, O'CONNP.t.I.
T)I U1JN. May 1C Tim biggest of
fnnio ' launched by tlm Irish n-nuhlu-Jiii
army is under way mill
".l-nl flahtlng wim icporled from
n,ji v quartern IJt" today.
All nf wciitcrn Ireland Is reported
-M.' with the Hltili Keillors waging
(J HpP'ltl w.uimu iiftiuiifi ni" . icni.
i. .n.iihrrn Ireland tho Plnn Fein
cm H'inu and ninny battles arc
llu- 1" w of ,,IP I'rl'lnli troops
tnd Mat and tan Policemen I" the
went hm a'd ,0 unusually heavy
Xutnriinn detachments iiC Hrllish
fnin fin on have boon ambushed.
' The b'.i' k Hiul land and Hrltlsh
tMier and arn earrying out stern
r(.riiiH Many Minn I'oln homes
U4U. i n burned.
in Ri.lN' Muy l.--Stnti 1'olncrs
tin nf' riionti launched all nrgan-l-cd
,ihh'!( i'ii Cork prison, but wore
npiil-".l after an liour'H fighting.
Ma hi p vim fusllndes were poured
iit.. ih" aituekeis from the prison
cutlve and Instltuto will be held, i
Tulsa Thurttdny, May iff Tpo
ciocutlvo meeting will begin at in
o'clock In I ho morning, lo be com
posed of ihe genctal officers Includ
ing the V, I'. H. and t,. T. 1.. nverr-t
fallen and Ihe presidents of loral
unions, so wo art- hopi:,g all mem
bers will lie present
In the afternoon an Institute and
superintendents eniifprcnto will he
held in charge of rounty superin
tendent. It I very desirable that
every county nuperintendenl attend
thin conference In the evening our
county superintendent of mcdnt con
tests, Mrs. A. C. Ilancroft, will give
a matrons contest All metlng-i will
bo held in Ihe rimi Prrshv Icrian
( hur' h "
; CONFIRMS CLARK
FOR HIGHWAY JOB
Appointment of Mc Ales
tor Man Approved by
the Uppor House
i 1 1 r: K M.i 1. Daniel O'llrltn. a
s ii r. im" r, 'was executed hero to
,in .v the Hrltlsli nutliorltlen. The
, n, ' i inwn barnn ks weru attacked
1 ,i ..I , ulllaii.H but the attackers
i , ih i 1 1 a off.
m r.UV Miy IH. Three Hiltlsli
pfftni'. m,l a woman wore killed to
,ilii ttl'ii Sum Coiners unhiiehcd a
! I, i ,r ii' in ar llallyturn.
A rtn i' htnoiit or poll e v.a.s am
hnlif,l while helns ruihcd to tho
, Tl t
PMn t Inspector lllal.e. Mm.
1! ii I'nptaln Cornwallls and I..cut.
M ' mi" were nhot to death
.ii-' ihle was fatally woin led
r. i'i fiirhtuiK that tollowed tho
yo i in Ihiki .ide.
Tin '-"r.c persons, Including two
.M'i' were shot to death Ir Ire
lurid " rt week-end, according to
a ivjilt list compiled till afiei
C'liwn forces. Killed, 1!; wound
i im 11 killed 13, wouinlcil, 11.
M-iir "f the l'tlm. werH dr.isRed
fp"i tin Ininies and fliot in told
I'ni.. p. rinis wcro lnil""l wh"n
a 'i Hit u In. i was bomb'jd here to.
The ,. ifinls of tint car fired a
i ii. v ai t'.e attack
PICNIC timeTs HERE
General Business Condi
tions 'As Good as Can
Be Inspected,' Say
I NKW YOltK, Muy 111 Willi gen
, ral busltiesa cnndllimis reported
" ran on expe. ten, ' mem-
b'i's i,l Ihe National Awn, lalmn i.f
Manufm hirers aathereil h' re foi tho
assiiclatl, m's 2Hth niiniial enm.ri
llon were u unit In de, Iuiiiik tudiv
that railroad rates must be rcdtu.O.
the tax sslem ri'inedled and tlint
! protection must bo nieoided Ainei
lean Induatrlca If they hip in lm
In competition with Uurope.
A eountry-wldo reduction In put
ranging; from ID to so per . ent was
reported, the general opinion In
Inn that ninie cuts In pay would be
seen Juat as soon ns uarranted in
(urther derep In tho , ,.st of
(1 l, Sohlheric of Oklahoma cuv
dcrlarcd ery little unrniploymont
is to be found In his city.
"Waitei are down about 1" per
cent," h" sHld, "ami there will he
inoio cuts as soon as the decreased
con of living; Justifies It. UOior
his been ory reasonable. I think
It will take about a ear to get back
io normal. Of course, there Is no
European business and there won't
tie any until Kurope can do lu own
flnatii Iritf. The emergi-ruy tariff
will help ti."
'Trankly. there Is not much Im"
provemsnt." said Mr. JiohlberR. "Tho
tilttmntn future Is Rood though."
Chillies 11. Gilbert, secretary of
., 'the Tenripxro manufacturers'' as
"Conditions will not be sallsfao.
tory until tho laboring people of
the country at larRe pay dlic t taMis
I'd like ot .e a ral. m tax, too."
OKLAHOMA CITY, May 16.
Appointment of 11. II. Clark of Mc-
Almtcr an f,tate highway commls
slonnr wan confirmed late today by
tho senate. The senate also con
firmed appointment of the follow
ing members of th Oklahoma
board of nurses. Miss Mabel 1'mlth.
(luthrle; Miss Olive Hulmtin. Mus
koReo; .Miss Hess ltoss, Knld. and
Mrs. J. V. Scrougs, Norman. I
The senate adopted ununimously NlKbt Walclinian tin r. I it I While
a reiolutlon rccommt ndlnir to l're.-l "'I'ulhs Micinpi IIhIiIhti of Hal.
SAFE BALKS ROBBERS
ldont IltirdliiR and congress con-
I cry Safe One Mall Held
l 11 N. Tiltum lj. in the i ilv lall nml
uliloratlon of Kenator John ioloblctho police aro acourlng ihe Hy for
of C.uthrlo for tho position of urn l"""'''' other men salil to he hlx pala
barador to Jugo-SlaMa. The roHO- i "i',.',!" Tl.cau":
lutlon -tatoH Senator Oolohlu la a nam, M,.0, nml Frisco avenue, hit,.
ii'uiii: "i. iiiaL couiiir.v, anil ih uiieu Saturday nlRhl.
'""i""" ' , , remini- Talum was vestordav Identified hy
was Introduced by Senators 11. v. N. l-nnli nlchi wniehm,.,. ..i ih..
l.in TarthM of Tulsuiw TaklnR to
lie Woods anil .streams for
Dinners and Iti-crctutlnn.
I'lon tlmo Is hero In full force,
with many family, private, club and
chui !i inrilfs IndulKlnR in the fas
..n.i'118 i', , reatlon. About 35 wom
en of ihe Ilalllburton-Abbott club
VI! ro to ho v. v. c. A. camp
Tupmlay oo'iir for supper In
l-'rlendship lodRe and an outlnf on
the i impRTounds. Thursday eve
niiit; Hi.. YoutiR I'cople'H society of
Trinity Kplseopal church will ro
en an auto truck ride, as tho su
in-nr to (he old-fashioned hayrack
Hi" I" i.mv called. Sunday 113
N"lli''n of Mtiosehenil lor-ln.i lil.l no
iiv pH ni. on the foini of l'r. I vices received by
V illidin Cha-p. four miles from the I ticn office todav.
ii ith (iinnpr and supper woie
"n"l i'h plenty of chicken, col
' r '' , Mimi and oilier picnic ar-
. i',i 'iiinent .
s tni.pl. of llo-ton Avenue
liur. h, Houth. are to havn
-uppr.. at the church at R
Hue-day ecnlliR. The RirN
! i"R pies, w hleh will be
"I off to the yntiliR men.
I'i'iK contest Is also planned,
K 'he Younr: ivnnle'a so-
U. Wood and l.uther Hantaan
Th house committee on appro
priations this afternoon reported out
senato bill No. 3.1, calling for an
appropriation ot 133,000 for eroi -linn
of a tuhorouloBl", sanitarium at
Clinton, with the recommendation
that It be passed as amended, Tho
amendnient would cut tho appro
priations to 110,500.
Another senato bill, No, 12, eall
UnR for deficiency appropriations of
JGd.OOO, llkVwl.e was reported for
p.msaRo an amendod, which would
cut it to 1!2,19C.
lleiirn'ontallvo Pratt Introduced,
a concurrent resolution mcmoriall.
Iiir Oklahoma's congressional dele
gation to submit a cnnstltuti ,iil
amendment prohibiting the elei.o.n
to any legislative, exuutlvo or Judi
cial orricn or tho nppointniont toipARTPR
office of unvnnn not m kik-. l..r.. 1 tjHfl I un
bakery as imp of the men who held
him covered while the other three
worn using their efforts to chisel
open the safe
According to limb the men en
tered the bakery a little, hoforo mid
night Satuiday night and arked fm
a loaf of hrend, using as a pretext
that all the stores had closed. As he
turned to get the bread he w.i
grabbed and his gun taken from
Itlin. With this ns a weapon tin
handltH foned him back Into the ot
flco where he w.'ih made to wait for
over four hours as the joRgmcn did
their host to poen the safe
At about 2 o' lock Sunday morn
ing, K'imli said tho haudux gave up
the Job as a failure- and li ft. de
claring that an explosive was the
only thing left that would open tnu
Violent lighting ltcMrtp! in Silo.
!-la; Thrco More Clticiis An;
Occupied by I'olcr..
lilOItMN, May lfi. -Polish in
surgents have occupnd more lilies
In Cpper Silesia, upcoming to ad-
thc (lernia'i for-
Oklaliomaii Calls on l'rcr-ldenl
i Call (icncral Coiifpivmp.
I WASIIINUTON. M.iv If. The
president Is asked to Invite rrpre
isoiitatlvcH of (Iroat Ilrltaln. l'raio e
land alv and .lapan to confer with
i Amei lean reprosentatlvi n in this
country on disarmament undei a
resolution Introduced in tile houf-t
Huh afternoon bv Hcpre.iema'ivr
Charles i; 1'iui r of Oklahoma Tin
ltiC'in e was irfcrrel to colllllUMt'C
ro- fcrriRO (lfr.nrs
' I "
rnnity church Is to have
piii at the homo of Mrs
M '.ammnn for the benefit
mi' , , hulldlng fund.
Violent fighting taglng all ilav
Sunday in the districts of i i.g1 n
Italian plebiscite troops were
withdrawn fiom Nikolai. I'rei.se ai-.l
It, linli k, leaving onlv small I n o- h
gnrrisuns. All throe cities were im
mediately occupied bv Die IN 'es
l.erman rcfugeoH were Interned and
Sfi German plebisi It' pole o Wire
In the sector nf Annaherg, tlo
Polos attacked with f.cal art.lleiy
but wero unsu '-oififu!
COHONA, il,r p-rl-iM
mtkr for enl er rent
t lowejt pner.
See Tliein at
Tulsa Typewriter Co.
SI'COM) M) IIOSI'tlN
COAL CONTROL BILL IS UP
f-eiwti Cominlttix' IMvoralih Itcports
" MIIM,TO May IB. The
' g' ii. -in loll to place tho eotin-
'ii ridilstrie.s under tho om- ,
"i -l "imn of the hci retarv of i
rin.n" , vx,,m favorably reported lo j
'u " '' iniei-siute coninieice turn.
' !-. n.it'ii rrcilnghuysen. ro-
iii m vv ,ei scv. It s authni
! nghuvsen hill providing
' ii production of coaf, m
1 "imulate the output and
"' ' "al suppllfs in warm
ni'Miths. was favornbly ic
"iii ihr same i omnuitee o i
"id it is hollev ed that boi Ii
In i-onndei'Cd liv thu
rrr i i
Every room has pn
Mtto bath, telephone,
clothes closet, Sim
mons steel beds, bo
springs, daily news
paper at your door.
Phone Ccdnr 484
South Boston Street
Special Summer Rates, Kffectivc Now
NOTHIXr. TO OBSTKtr T HJiKK.K OR VIKW
NKW. ( LI' AN. J IKKPKOOF
SEES NO DELAY FOR PEACE 1 NOTICE!
Wlcll mink.H It.wilullnn Will .o
. roilgll lloux- (11 i k .
I 'diiv with 'rrideiit ,
K. prcnontntivc Mondi II of
' lie i-i public in leadei ,
' no I'e idol, vv h v t In I e
I" rc,.,(,onahly pnuopi a.
houe m passing a reso
I 'n the slate of war with
I aid the situation ' -"ri
Ihe tepnrations i-ci-
ITurentlv had been i earei
''ii an huiitic leaden, d. -
' .iRo to defer ,i' Hi n ii 'i
l"i e irbolutlon until con.
a- had iinni ov ed
Rehvl Road Howls in
Creek County Township
w. , ,
To Water Consumers in District No. 2:
The 18th of the month is your last day for payment.
If not paid, a ten per cent penalty and turn-off charge
will be added to vour bill.
C. S. YOUNKMAN, Commissioner.
TULSA RED CROSS IS BUSY
lli port lor irll shows (.teat ctl- , ,' ,
111 In Wink ol Oiuniilalloii ,s j, ( ii i
Two hutidud nml foiirtei'ii fam-
, " - were di h t with Pv the Tulsa i,-Ari
uiiiv lied i'roi tluiiug Ihe month f nit An
' pril, in i oiding In I In lep'ot
Mo'iilav. Oth.i I'Iiumh m On vvoii
am Minimal ued an roltowi. W"ti
loaned, i4 0. mone loam. I iti I
i plumed, U'l" 4!, letters, ."i;. t. ,
KHinis, j?. office i alls. Sun, i.
phone call, J I , Infoi mat ion uiim
Tho Ttvil Cross wishes to Iota!. '
following. Mesdaui's Mi Hie Si I
loss HpHlks Sallie Ma.v J hi- -.
l,-,iiia Tiavls Hull hiusoii Uubv Kip i
liiiheta, I'eaiini .smith, Mimr. i
ll Minis arul Nlaigalei I i An it
' 't aw ford
iil.l.ilii'ioi Imijors Xdinlllrd
ll, S. LlllS Ml
END FOR RAILROADS?
'C I .1 , , I. ,
h.iiitiiMn ot Out .Koutloin
tut.iid todav wloti the sin.it"
I Knloe X.
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GIRL AT DINNER
Planter Kills Sweetheart
at Party Given lo Cel
Mi:.IPilIH. Tenn , Mav it. Mi-.
Millie Moore was shot and kill' d late
yesterday by John M. Morn
wealthy planter, living ti'ar Colli' i
vllle, a suburb. Morris, aflir shoo'
line Miss Moore four limes nia-ii,,!
her throat with a pockeiknlte h-.
she lay rising In the vard of Morn
home, in i oiding to wllnissp-i limn
then atti inpU'ri to i otuniit sin. lib l .
lilting his thiou anil Is In a ci i: i al
londltloti nt a hospital heic
Miss Moore was killed nt a iliiun
ghtn by Mollis to rttlebrnleil a sup
posed reconciliation with the voui,"
noiiiun, and also In observaio e ',
the first tilrtluhiy of Millie, Mom
litil" son Two rlsteis of Mlsn Monti
vvi ie on sent.
Meffire the dinner Miss Moore is
iiid to havn told her sisters that
Mi ills had Ihiealened her life and
was insiiuelv Jealous of her
llardlv had tho party In n si it. I
it tho dinner table when, Miss
Monro's sisters told Ihe pnllie Mm
rls lumped up and announced In In
ended to kill Mies Mnoie and tl
It at nm e. lie began firing it, lei
mid she lan into the aid Six shots
were fired, four Inking effi i t
After he had emptied his revolver
Morris is still to hive It aned over
Miss Mome and s,i-,lo d her lhl"it
with a pen krtkmtc lie then nt
l.lcctrit Park llvory 1ST i k til
Music by Court writ-Ill's
Fioc Auto Service
Hctwcon KmI Fork nml
J. W. HRYAN, Mgr.
I ml nf North llciiii-r
SiiiiiIiii 1'iicsiIm- I bin d.iv
I'I I s ,1 Ml. I'lli I I . '
1 I'I I, loot, I n I'i I
l it'c lrimMii iniioii linin Norili
Mam -iritl .ar
,1111 IU lll.lt. Mur
(t nib nit ii. I I adit - m
s I.'. t. II la
Ideal Jazz. Orclicstrn
it .or. di
Tihs., Tlitirs., Ft i., Snt.
Lessons in Class
II 1 -s Itiiiihlci- (ctlar I J I
B & M Theater
Nt'u Tinnier on North Main
"The Iron Heari"
ALSO WO-ltl II, W I si I lt
. oin Moore
Also Capital Comedy
Admission , . . . 25e:
Children . , 10c
Fir.-t L'iueisalisl Church, .hi nc linn City, Kan., will tlo
ber a popular letlure
Deliver the Goods"
li.i t nienl cf Public Library, Wednesday, May ltf,
K p m Everybody Invilctl
1 0121 .
i i uo osmoiim; I'ltusrvrs
Oh! My Lady Company"
wnii mm, it vriiiii n, 'i'ii i : winiti.wii comcihav
l Itl VII 1,1 Ml S( , COMI'.IIV iii.vcn
Pit I'I HI S
I 1 5 Ii, 3 III)
i iii ii.i i:
:t :io in t mi
pirn ni s
i n n 7 ir.
V M ill 11,1,1,!
7 l. III m its
H::ir. to iii t.i
Ui 1.1 n III::!.-.
ox im, m m i v
"THE CHICKEnTn THE CASE"
Inn Civn'i lltvgln m Imagliii. llio Slilcsillllliig Situations lit Tills
la Culled Ihe
Ilecnuss sho finds your ailments
without your telling her nnythlng.
Kho does It absolutely without
charge. Mho is not a clairvoyant;
not a fplrltuallst. 14 Uust CKth
St., Tulaa. Okl.i,, Osago 0606.
nj Mglit Nfi-t Wisl, nt tho
CII. w. o
A MP 15 Ji L lu
and earn $100
THE SIX ACT SUKSHINE
'i Oilier I nil ii it- es
'Ithlcri" lllll ( iiiu c-.liins
Hear Ihe Hand ( nncert
Spp (ho Hlg Parade
Tulsa Live Stock and
LAST 'IT MLS TODAY
ey jAMts o muid!
ciuato crunfir muswci
w psIpiii l piitim- In
l ive Pails
t-liowlug the Nevonlll I'plsodo of
Ihe (.nut OuldiMir Serial
FcnturinR Jnck Hoxic
Also Good Comedy
iliiil'lnii Hn ami 'Jiii
THE VENUS DE SMILO
wii.ii oivi: voc so.mij HAitn
"Lessons in Love"
IN licit .N'lVIVST AM) ZirPlllST tX)Mi:DV
St hPtlulo -Uil.-i, 11:1.-., 12,110, 'i, 3 15, l;:i(), 5:15, 7, 8;l.'i, 0:30
- SKI s
I i. .
",rr' May 16. Hv.i major
1 - otes. tho $20,000 good ,
" '"I issue submitted Satur
ti' voters of Hunnv Slope
' 1" miles south of this
' - defeated. Heporls u.ili
irg' i propert; owners ,n
' vv. re against the pr..
1 l-sllc. while the sin ill
' ' and tenants In On di-- j
' I III" lSue. Opins".,in ,
'" i issue was brought a', nit
"Kor otvnciH who i 'apin-d
' 'ariuora and simill land1
' '.I' d the houds voled no
might have an Ine . no I
summer monthi from!'
Did you ever lose a casing because you did
not have a good strap on it?
We make all sizes of Tire Straps out of
They WILL HOLD your casings.
Bntdshaw II ai
17 West First Street
Jl 6 LAST TIMES TODAY
Fi III I'I 1 " ,'lri" da-'vMI ) .irnur stniif u- '
H B II' tig llkt (Ik I liom.i
III "The Witching Hour"
R lilt M VI KM l( M1.S
WlljiTiCG I'll'll - Ot JMV
t lc loiif r r I'i r ten nmnr KtW
M1 IN U " " '''
Kll 0 I- .0 ' ' ' n " vli R n
Ss'l Itfj iriMliC I onirx tti
m A 1 1 oiti m i inoit
111 I jy i it 'H' of I (lit I c
ESI ill m i in M i
liiBgaiw'rr.ftstymsw i timetirxixuf.z
j BEGINNING TODAY I
Special Return Showing
"llifj HUE ACTS
I Villi Mil
!' l It I II I II I
I Inlllrfii Ilk
Kill V) Z :t- 'jr nml u.io
IOMI.IIT H 1-v
I.owrr Floor hniU HrtiMrl I rm 09r li R3c
I iir-Iitf I line fni
Oilier i Umm fit tit i'ii , c nml CO'i
"'I he Imtler Hoi Hull '
t II Mi:i,l ns III II I,
'1 n (ir-ntlcnHm
I rmn Ihilr'
OGDEN & BENSON
"ISvti Hojs I'rom Indiana'
fll I ,lr' I in.)'
I er I'rDililrftl 6
Ills I Mil
10 j j 7.
lu t Itiinulng
"snnii tiling of
1 ici'jtliing '
i x ruv
GIBSON & CONNELI
"I lll MOM MOON '
" " propOFOU roads.