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TIIE TULRA DAILY WORLD. VTMDAV, OTTO P. Kit
-' i" mwi tit P K V rl in i ins EFFECTIVE Ml mi:i rtssi.'it uv i.ast i.i:. isivniu: Mti; now ( h i' M l J I! ItlMiKS. ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OUT Mail) Ollices are Almli-hi'il nntl .Minor 1 1 hi uly Olhces Art' to Hi; t ouxilldutod. OKI.Allu.MA (MTV, okla., ( n-l. 2. (Special.) Thirty five lulls passed In tha special session nf the last ht;tsln (Uru IllH-'UllIC tomorrow, bavins' ran I hi ninety days after llio adjourn ment of the legislature. The iiilnliitf law, referred to lh people ami de feated ur recalled. Petitions refill Ink thu lti s.i in M I iik hills have been III id with tho secretary uf st.i'e, ami enforcement of them Is Hta.ii utiil! thti next K' ncrul election. TIhihii measure that will n;ii ef fective tomorrow, October i, are: Semite DHLs. No. !!. ('lUilerrlnn J in -.mint Idci i. on tho corporation i oiniiussloii to pre scribe and enforce rales ami i harK' U for the transportation of juhsiiikois iipini railroads or trunspoiiatinn 1 1 in u ! Ii h operating In whole or In part within the ptule. This law would empower the commission to prescribe u rate other than two cents u mile on passenger trains in the mate. Tho rei ent declnlon of the I'uited .States supreme court, holding constitutional the two-cent fare pro vided in the con.illtullon, render iIiIh law of no further use. No. 6. Amending section It o( ar ticle 9, session laws, 1909, prescrib ing additional duties of the treasurer and sheriff and of the county attor ney. Has to do with collection of de linquent taxes. All warrants given Into the hands of the sheriff, to col lect and return shall he endorsed with tha date of same, date of collection and am Mints, and If no property In found, thu return shall so state. Tha treasurer must Issue such warrants. For failure to comply with the law, either treasurer or sheriff may he removed from otllce, nnd county at torney must In! ti K suit. No. IS. Amending section 31, nr- A TEXAS WONDER. Tlit Tsxaa Wutitlr curoa kidney anil Mail d'T liuulilra. Iikm)Ivii gravel, riiren dia bet ck. wi'ak und liilrie back. rlifMiniatiMti nnd II irri'inikirilii-i uf the k Id ncy s nnd iiladder in buMi ini-n and wnnwii. If li.it aulfl l.y y.iur ilrunniiU, will lie Rent )y mail i,n re-i-miI if $1 on. Ona tannll hnttle ia two di. uulia' tri'Htni' nt and seldom fails to per Iw't a rnre. N.sirl for leal iin.inlala frum tlila ami i.llier alMm. Ur. K. W. Hall, 8MB lllivo alrnet, bl. I.ouiB. Mu. Sold by drtif a;ialK. Adv. MB his u-W&t Sugar Hunger Children seldom get enough sugar with their meals. It is as wholesome a body building food for them as millc and bread and as necessary to the growth as sunlight and fresh air. SORGHUMrEND SYRUP Try This Boston Brown Bread One cup Firmer )onef Sor(bum, one nip lour milk, o:te cjp flour, two cujrt corn meal, one tra.poontul .ia, one lr.npoonful lalt. Steam three boun and lti-n rc.k.T Iwcnty minulei. FRF.E Farrier Jmsi Reripe fnok on wsinett. Farmer Jones Syrup is prac tically a food and supplies this deficiency as no other sugar product can. Give the children Farmer Jonei on their breakfast food let them iprrad it on thrir bread at supper time. They won't need any urging to eat and will pet real benefit beaidrj. Farmer Jonci Syrup is made from the pure, sweet juices of our owe Sorghum, so rich in healthful sufrars and contains nothing that can pos i!ly injure a child of tendered age. Packed in S sad 10 pound friction-lop line eair to open rat? u cluat up ariln. We Incluiie eane lyrnp with an addition of corn trnip to prevent fermentation, Aak Your Crocor If he rinwIJrCl happen lo hart It he'U H. Send Ua 5e in atafnpa lo par pnetaf e and wc will forward you a am ple cai of I ARMt-RJONU SYRfP and Recipe Book aec above. FT. SCOTT SORGHUM SYRUP COMPANY Ft, Scott, Kanaaa Farkm of "Ma Hnnrr lwM honer. Judge Frank J. Curry Whose Bill Abolishing State Enforcement Office Went Into Effect Yesterday !.., I.; Origsby's Liver Syrup the Liver Regulator. Afk Baker Drug Co. ft ' ' .' JUWS 1 1 ,. VPZJ&n-a House Mill No. IH, l.y Uept'i Menta- l.'Kislnt nre I'V llein es. ntMth Curry, 1 1 vo I "rank .. furry, of Ttilsn cnun- nnd passed almost mi'iiiiiiiously. It ly, went into full force mid ifl'e. t at was sinned l.y the i;.iveinor three midnight. This means tint I l lahonia I mouths n, and ns M did not c on Ih now without n slulij i iiCui-ccmcnt tain an t iuei;eiu y i lause. did ti"t he- ottlrer. Iierl Tillolsun, of Vlnltit. I'rure's mipoinle to the Joh, und his legion of dipiitiiH throughout tiie alute, lire today without ollUlal Hil thorlly or title. The hill ahulMiliiK th otllie wan introdueed In the las' ciinie ellerihe until yis.eidav. It has I n r ported thai the n.m rnor will seek some way to retain Tlllotson on the Joh, hut what steps ho roiitem plntes talUnK In this respect are not knou n. tlclu 9 of cotiHtlt lit loll, us uiithorl.ed hy section 3i, nrtlelo 9. No railroad, oil pipe line, telephone, telegraph, ex press, ur corooiutloii shall be I'lluwod to exurclso the rl.ht of eminent do main, unless it shall he' onie u body lolporute, pursuant to tho lu.n of the state, ur comply with such limita tions and restrictions as may he pre scribed by thu I'uriiorutiou commis sion. No. 20. ItcflnlnK "iiuallf led lax puylut! voter" in bond elections. Any (jualllicd voter who has actually paid tuxes und has u receipt to show that he fi,.s paid tuxes within twelve months past from the proposed bond election. Kuce track namblini; bill, to be referred. 1'ctitlons having been lilcd, enforcement of the law is stayed un til the next k1 iicral election. Xo. 73. The educational law, Kv ernlnif tho common schools of thu j slate. tulice of county superinten dent shall be for two years, f utility commissioners to fill vacancy. Coun ty superintendent, tu fill vacancies on school district buards, f resiles a .stair commission of agricultural nnd indus- j trial education, consisting of tin: slate suiiennteiident, president of the i A. .M M. college, and ircsidcnt ol thu stale board of agriculture, who ! shall serve without uddilional pay. j I'oes not crnnK'' piiscnt stale j board of education. No. M. A uthoi l.lm; the piirchaHe ; by the Crib kasha (las and l-.b i trie company of the winks of the I'lib ka shu l.liiht, Heat and l'ower company. No. SB. I.liiiltlnw KiiardiatishipH. No person shall be appointed Ktiardian of any minor or other person under the law, who Is now guardian for as many as five persons. This dues not ap ply tn boards of control or superinten dents of eleemosynary or charitblu Institutions where such may be up- ponlted guardians for those admitted to such Inst it utioiis. No. in:'. Abolishes all deputy llsh and game wardens. No. l::;!. Amends lS'.ia statutes relutlng to appeals from Justice of tin peace court. Appeals may be taken from final Judgment of the justice of the case in uny case, except from a Judgment rendered on a confes. sloii, or concerning causes of action involwnj; less than t'-ii. No. 130. Iicflnes ownership of nat ural gas, provides for taking of same and makes It larceiicy to take natural gas except as provided by law. !us under surface of any land based oi owned Is the property of the owner of lessee of Ihe surface. I'ai ties own ing leases over whh h there is a com mon reservoir of gai may drill Into that reservoir, but only the amount of gas may be taken from each well propi.riiiinnie to the natural flow of I he Will or W ells of Sll'll ol lief oW II- i-i :i of the same common source oi supply. No. 1 .', I I'l hi i . 1 i n ; for I h xau- izalion and regulation of companies or association insuring their own nienilieiM on an assessment hasij against loss lo farm property from fire and lightning. Fifty persons of lawful a'e may band together for such mutual organization, covering a territory not exceeding three counties. No. I'M. Uelatiw to the government of common schools in the stale, pes Innatos how mini, county superin tend! nts may expend for clerk hire according to population of counties. (Joes from $-M") a Near to $iiO0. No. 177. Creates firemen's relief and pension fund, prescribes how II may be applied. Hons.' Kills. No. 41. Provides for exemption from ad valorem tux of mortgages on real estate and the Indebtedness t hcl eii) sci III cd , lloll lax w hi 11 I No .1.1. Hi l.il. i state insula lice . ..mi i . Lie I on-1 ol i ' t lie oV i nun . I xp. I l .i i hat .;. d to I lot s. No. ,l.i. 1'HMilii a ii.oi a lo e ol latin-. lovMi-hlps, cities a 1. ov ns, and pi oviiln., loi inlsappropi l.. I i.oi nh' lo same. No ..a. Aiiicinlu l:i in, relative to I oi I. ids son lie la b. i i, i , . ssity or chai ii.v , t il . H and liicchalil. a sin. o ting, horse i a. i all manner of pnMn I II 14 Ol I XpONllig I'M ol all) colillllOdllles. lucid, and fu.h lii. i. time I. dole D o'clo. , an. I except that I be sold 1" be eaten the premises when medicines, milk, ice pliancea and burial sold at any time o No. 01. licgiilai . Whlcll Will bu refill lit o I , gc II .1 .1 . 1 . . .1 .1 Ml. lo, p II. I III I . i.. : f o irlil i "Wheel Corns Gone! 'GETS-IT' Did It!" )vn tiy it lie ' V.i.i ll M ove! ll.iw it M'klK I'.' IH V.iKoli lor i , .. ii, c .Ik.' ,.i Ml' I I i. it .. ! 1 1 i II, , Ilk.' II .. H It . i. 'I II I I , 1 I" "' Ml1'' .lug- I ..lc, il.,1. ail .all iil.ll'U. oil. I I, I ll , - . pt Hiil l I . sold ill all) 1 1 . i lie ii. oi ning, ,ii, i iliiulv may oi.l .Ii auk upon so, , ,,t, gS, .. loi hiua.' I, al a so,,ll,'h may bo ( I In' day. alttl gambling bill ,1 lo thu people at lllil next lieliclal c.o No. il. Itepealing . ter 70, session la w s I ' ishiug the stale enfoi, i i No. XI. f onsolnlaliiii clcilt of the ill. ill l, t , lion ion 1 ... liap i lull Und ent i. Hi. a r I lie olll. I S Of .nt. . .mm v . . A.-'V f- , la-la" couit clerk, miperloi coiiit .b ik, pro viding for IIMslslllIU or deputy clelkS for said othco and fixing saiaii.--. Coiisoliilal lug til" oilii i s ol i.,,i.-til of deeds and the count . I. i k, provid ing fur deputies of Said olllie. Ulllc crs described in this law shall be elected at tho gcneial pi linaiv i lec tion In Hill, and take i ! i . 1 1 ..liicu mi the lirst Wonduy in January, I'.il.i, and the oltlces of the clerk of the .lis tnct court, clerk uf the county court, dork of the superior court and regis ter of deeds shall be abolished alter the 111 st Muliday In Jaltuaiv, !:!.".. No. il3. IxiKallIng ttansfer of certain probata matt' is an, I pioceed ings for proteclluti of Illinois' inter ests. No. 96. Providing for the collec tion of certain tuxes on personal prop erty. No. 119. The new election law. Changes the otllce of secretary of thu r-tats election hoard. To be re ferred tn the people. Committee substitute for House Hill 122. Making appropriation for paying premiums on Insurance on state buildings. No. HI. fonsoliilallng oill. es men. tinned In No. Kl, and in a. billion con solidates the county tieasurer with the county nsseswur, but Ihe act Is not In force until ufter the first Mon day in January, JHIa, as the other laws consnlidat ing couritv olln es No. K.K. Pointing 1.. lb. i issuance of warrants In dish n scinciit of pub lie funds by the (late atlililor It shall be unlaw ful fur I h- slate auditor lo issue or draw anv vvallanl III ills burseiiicnt of t he public building I und, Section 1 II fUIldS, low college fund", game protection tninl, general rev enue fund or anv oilier state fund or fund under the management of the stale, except in pursuance of an up propria! ion ad In which the amount approprlat. il shall be distinctly speci lled and (taled. No. 1.'.9. Abolishing" the board of directors of a township nnd Ihe of fice of trustee, treasurer or clerk, and conferring powers upon bo. aid of county cot'i iniesioncrs No. l'l.'i. I'oes practically the same as house bill I .".!. No. 171. lb-lutes to oil and and amen. Is Snyder's Una UIITS IT' for Conn n,l Their Tallin . Alal NiitlllllR lint i'le.iHilia lteuu!!l!" I'. It It nil Ill,, llltll ill IW,l h, I-..II.I. It Kl.lps l-.OII. Ha II I"' k ' 1 1 k I.. ilaiv.U ...el ili.p pea I ll ... wl fcl- Sn,,i,.kl tiling yen fl.T hllW, N.l fll.SNl Illlll.l.lK' II. COH'V MllV. !, ,l till SI lll'ulllll flfhll U " .lll'l I1IH IK) piloU'l ll,t IIIhIm' r,.lll I, llltll llllt N ...it c.riia vv.,i, i ' .iill ' imcI li.irt viav ii. 1,. Vaill lleait I.HV li-l.li- Mill! kliiln Hti.l l'it(...l No ni,,.. ilii;t'iii lout lilMkl' wll,, III.' nil In.,1 .- l.!.-t .11; ' I ,f 1,1 1 .iik,. '(,! IS II" in-viT lllillk lueillliy tli'-ll It Ik "ill,. 1 , ..1 1 . leu s. lil. a. Mm.l.-. Mill' ll'l Hlll'l- .illlllM's Hill) I.HII lllllk 1,1,1 IIKIS IT" is k.il'l at nil .Iiin-Kiala' al J r. .-.sua a l.ultl... ur ken' en r.-.-. l.t uf .i I. a ll) K l.llVkliui. . K I'.i , I'lil. iiil-i -id V ikt" ""I . I.. llllllh'.l ga. i Ii 1 1 l loi I laws f I'.iilll. Chief mine Inspector, or his deputies shall personally super vise the using and operating of nat ural gas in this Htute. One Inspec tor shall be designated chief deputy inspector of oil and ga-s nnd pipe lines Knforco laws pertaining to drilling for and production of oil and gas Chief deputv luspo. lor of oil ami gii wells shall receive a salary ul fl, "II" a year All other deputies shall re i civil a day of nit ii id thiol put In No. I U0 The general tax law. Provides u direct and Indirect sv s tcin of taxation No. L'eO, Provides for the issuing of hunting licenses by assistant gauu w aniens. No, 20H. Abolish the olli. e of lown ship trustee, township clerk and township tieasurer of ea. h township in the stale, and i onft is all duties ol siicli olllci s upon the county eomiuts slonnrs. The following counties an ei mpt. fi'oin the operation of tin law: Wagoner. Kay, M, I "lie',,, i is,,,, , iiklahomn. Lincoln. Nowata, ilail'ldd. Caddo, Tillman, McCuitain. Custer. Pottawatomie, McClaln. Waslilla. Choolnw, Hlalne, Meckliam, King lisher, (Irani, Logan, iittawu. Wood-, Alfalfa, I'avne. Texas, Clinarron, Ma jor, freeli, Can.ullan. ashliigtuii, Noble, Ivvald, C aliehe, Fills. I.e Flore, 'I'll Pawnee, Cotton, i h. rol.ee, I lew . v , lle.ii. r, Harper, i Ii uly. No. ;'"''. i 'onf, rrini; additional duties and autlioiilv upon I lie slate board of sit I :i 1 1 si. Mav sell any al ii ele or potsoiial pioperly of stale, when ui Ho- opinion ol board such alible has uoooiuo worn, lo the In si advantage possible, an. I to iblciinini what supplies ,'ind apparatus mav he allowed to 111" different stale depart incuts. No. L'-'7. Authorizing Ihe board of trustees of the i II cor po 1" a I ell l.lW'll of Iievviy to transfer $;.""" fiom the s. vver fund tn the wutci works fund and use the same for Ihe extension III t In. water son b e. Substitute for House Hill No. 22H. Fixing salary of court dork In coun ties of Kii.lil) population Clerk shall reccve $2,100 a year, payable month ly. No. 24H. Authorizes the corpora tion commission to collect from all railto id companies which obtained In. junctions against the enforcement of the two-cent passenger fare, and to TWO MORE NEW YORK SOCIETY WOMEN JOIN THE 'SOMETHING USEFUL' MOVEMENT AND GO INTO THE BUSINESS OF RUNNING A NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT STORE t , - v. - - - .. ... . .r -. Pi.. ; a ' rVlaa. ' ' .-AM MY ' - .". (.'( '"fl, m (Left lo right: Mrs. Newton Adams trlety women to the "do m-nWhinK : rich," nre Mrs. Newton Adam and: reason given by the women who are and Mrs. Alfred Mary.) j useful movement" that has I t-en ta-1 Mr. Alfrd Mary. Both of these popu- turning their time and efforts to more NEW VOl! K. Oct. 2. Two of the 'ken up with such ardor by member ! Inr young hostesses have entered the serious efforts Is that there is really latest converts from the ranks of so-1 of the class described as the idle department stors business. The only I more fun in woik thuu in .day. GREAT that's what you will say W llcll oil see oil!' ("xtl'U'irililLin showing of VM Suits. Our in- tilllily ill select ill",' tile cleverest nf i;ittti'lis i i ii 1 1 lc 1 u itli the ill- of .-.iieli line clothes milk ers ,is 1 1 irsh - Wi' k w ire .-ii nl M i e h ;i 1 Stern A: '. in iliieini;' clothes of lh hin'hest merit has re sulted in placing he fore mi a ranp f clothes 1 his fall that in scoie of inajjiii t title, ill t he "Teat var iety of pleasiit"; pat terns ami point of tine tailoring is real lv uithoiil a parallel in this section of the state. Von simply liillst see these clothes lo appreciate theiil. The prices, quality MiatHWicialCot ( -I llS II I C I' I II LT UV0 (!'- CLOiHaa clileillv reasolia Hie. $15to$40 Ovvltu; to the Ian;.' number of I ,o we have been unable to wail on we have del ided tu I illl tinue this special offer fur a short time to make our special sels of teeth for $f..OI). All work Kiiarant 1 Call and sen samples of uur wol k and bo convinced. few price for hliort time only Full set of te. th .".ntl anil up liohi crown $1 00 anil " lirblKc Work, per tooth II ami $H Hold llllillKS l 00 up Silver tllliiiKS r.Ooup I'alnless extrin'tiiiK 50o Have Inipressiou taken In the inoinini?, net teeth th wiiiia day. Fxamnatlon and advloo free. Hors to stay. NEW YORK PAINLESS DENTISTS Hours H to 7 p.m.; Sunday I p. in. 1 July Atlemlaiit. 116 'i Mala St. I'hone 3740 you c an ki:i:p vooti Kaslly In the hottest weather If you have one of our Klectrlc fans Install ed In your home store ofTlce, or wherever you l appen to be working. We Install all kinds of electrical ap pliances In short order, st reasonable prices, and we also do all kinds of re pairs. Whether for llnhtlns. cooking, ho.tlnK, or for power purposes we ran fix your place up electrically at minimum of cost 11LSA ELtCTRIC AND CONSTRICTION CO. I'hone 2001. disburse the samo to persons bavins proper claim thereto The commission, when aul huried under court decision, make such audit of the books rec oids and accounts of the railroad companies that may be necessary to as, ertain the corcet : nit dim lo sui h passeiiuer in excess of the h K.il tare. The i aptloli of Ihe bill an nounces that .in appropriation Is ma, In to cairv lh. i provisions of tlui law into oltoot, bllt the bill itself dues nut mention an a ppi oprial ion "f any kind for . n y purpose. AlftM I'hllaiilbrupl-l Demi. m:w ' I : k . Oct. i s wind- mnlb r, the .iiteil pliiianthroplst. wlio sull.'ied a breakdown from senile paralysis, and In cniiseuueiiee was ad Jinlned in. ompeleiit I o haiidb) his hue estate, died toilav. Mr. Wliid'iiuller b.-K.in to fail phvsically about a inuiilli ao. lie was T ve;lrs old. A widow, a "ii and a daughter survive linn. Mr. Windmullor was for half a ren turv utio nf New York's must widely known residents. Inittnir, his loiitf servie as secretary of the K"fnrm club and member of its executive committee, lie was associated with numerous mov einetits for civic bet liitni'iil IF- was an independent In poll'ies. NOFTRILS ID HEAD STUFFY 1 A ? Mi ( leimiine. llcaliiiK I tit I in Instantly rleari iw, lleml ami lliiual Stops a-l ( ataribul IMsi'harii. Dull II. iiilai be (.im s. Try ' 1 ; I v s i r. am Halm " tut a small bottle anvwav, Just to Irv it Apply a little in the imsttils nnd instantly .uir cloneed nose and Mtopped-up air passages nf the load will open; vuii will breathe fieelv, dullness hihI headache disappear H mnrniiiK' the i ntarrh. i uld-in-lieail or catarrhal sure throat will be (one. Hnd stub misery now! (let the small boUle of "L.1 s C ream Ualm" at any ilr'i store This sweet, flagrant balm di ...Ives by the in-at of the nos trils: pen. Mates Kid I, .lis I he Ir.flalll ed. SWolb'tl 111. tcbt ll which lllo'S t III! ll. se. Ii. .. ap-1 "ilo.ll .ieals the nil" paos.ies stops i, i-.iv uischaiees and ft fe.-l. of l ie it's lit'. ..,ili.lii; relief lOtUi'S tttmie.ll.l'f ly lion't I i) awake .. naht sr'4-:tini( fur breiitli, wi'h b. id stuffed, nosirils closed, huwkinn end blowing. Cat irrll or a eld, with its ruiinin.; nose, foul mucous dropping Into tho throat, anil raw dryness Is distressing but truly tieedlesji. Tut your faith Just once in "F.ly's Cream Halm'' and your told or catarrh will huicly disappear. Adv.