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Ml Pull 13 DECLARE II wu suid, to t iio aeaperate oompou Uon among tin-m. Berlin Is not usually looked upon ii an i tn irt . i lit "m ui'urt." fur alumni ! as much wait r passes dally through lis K.il'i' mollis 4Ui through Hie little river Bpi n which it li situated. Til.' I si M) A Y , N 0 V F M B !: R It'. 1 9 1 ft i' Till RT EE PHOTI MT MKBf "M l! 1CI si i i l UK MQUM lM I! S I I OMI'XMI s BERLIN A REAL SEAPORT (ri i. in tutor May LOW If B, 000 I'ni lor iIk' I.oii.x r1llii in ( tin' Day, BERLIN, Nov. If, Mar than li, not) adrtnan phyeiolsns from small town ami country districts ttavs a pided i.i follow Hi" example ot their profesional brethren in Qrsei Britain ami declare "dootor'e strike" ill.. ..i I sickness imii incident Insur- fhn. . Mociationi established under the Imperial Ineuranoe laws. Tiny com plain against certain regulations un der tin laws, which they eay militate gains) them, particularly on depriv ing tiiv patient who is a m amber f en organisation "f any mi in the ill...... ..f the physician by whom he desires to be treated. Th y object, to... in the wiiir Accretion given to the organisations in the matter of con tract with physicians. Tin- decision to declare n strike against theae regulations aa reached at n meeting in Berlin of more than ion delegates from all over Germany. More than two-thirds of nil the German i are members of Insurance organisations, which have their own contrail physicians and th" remain ing medical fold is over-crowded, Tiir number of medical students in tici many has risen from 6,3d" In 1005 tu 14,000, an inorease utterly dis proportionate tn the Inorease of po pulation. Th" result 1b, at rding to Statist leg, that bait of all th" physi cian have incomes leas than $l,fiO0 yearly. Th" doctors of Berlin, Dresden, Hamburg and othe large Cities did nut Join in the movement, owing it mnn m sr hurl only navigation interacts of the Oar I'plnil at" so linportniit, how -that after opening a large assy ,r on the -uMi in side of the city u few weeks ago St a cost of about M.OOO.OOOi the municipality has Jiihi decided to build another one on the western Bide w huh will 001 almoat as much, it win cover, In cluduiK warehouses mid grounds used fur harbor purpacca, seenty-flve gerea, This step is taken in antici pation of a vary larg Inorease m canal and riVOT Shipping after the opening "f the new eaoal at Itcttln, now nearlng completion, in vo w of its Improved shipping facilities and enlarged waterways Berlin looks forward to a none rapid development of its manufacturing und oommerouU Interests, Victor Ht.effhr, the aviator, win. by sotting up new world's record of 1,176 miles for u iliiy t Bight, proved Unit Germany may he considered a worthy rival of France In uViatorlal accomplishment, may lone tin- It 5,000 prize which It was suppuseil In- hail won by tin feal. This win offered by the committee, in charge of the Natona) Aviation subecrlption Fund for a record in excess of the hurri cane flight of Brlndejono tea Moulin ais from Paris to Warsaw. Objection has bean ralsi d in the oommittse, on the ground that Btoeffler's (light was ii. .t made all in direction like Brindejonc's, hut that the lust 435 miles was made by (tying hack and forth between Darmstadt and Muel hausen in Alsace. The aviators point out that the general conditions of the contest as adopted and published by the committee only require that 110 miles he covered by continuous flight in a given direction, whereas Ktnef- fler's (light from Poaen to Ifuettiaus- en alone covered 6S0 miles. They are already n arms against the committee for risking the lives of competitors by appointing the lmit; distance competi tion for the in.. mh of October with its foggy nights and short days. a decision has not been announced lint aviators fear that the committee will not allow Btoeffler th- grand prize, J25,ooo, fur n Bight surpassing Brindejonc's, hut will award him only 116,000, the prize for Bis longest flight under the regular conditions. It1 roe"l rWiatsttuBV.'.-vr'. a; j tTOMfiJewisi - niwYosk The Most Beautiful Woman in the World W ould soon lose her title if her com plexion wus poor. Your features may he perfect your teeth pearly white and even but If your skin Is not ch ar and eh an with the beauty and freshness ' f healthy and Vigorous youth you have lost whatever claim yon may have to beauty. The regular use of GOURAUD'S Oriental Cream will impart to your Bkin new life and a di Ilcately clear and refined com plexion. This wonderful beautifier has been In actual use for nearly thn "-uuarters of a century, which is the rureet sltn of Its superiority. At Orugglsts and DepartmaH stores. I i ill T BOPKIKS A BON, Props., 1(7 .ic.it fones St.. New ork. The "Princely Bchaumburg-Lippe Sailing Fleet" has been disbanded. In spite of its high sounding title, tin navy consisted only of small sailing boats which plied the Inland lake called Btelnhuder Meer, u was, how ever, an historical curiosity. The Princes of Bchaumburg-Lippe have f.,r marly lMi years owned a lit tle water fortress on an artificial is land in the lake and maintained a sailing fleet, at first to provide oom- munioatlons with this castle of refiiKe In case of an attack hut later for the more prosaic use of excuisioiiists. The eigheen seamen who manned the vessi Is were officials of the little Plate ami wore its queer, antiquated uni form. The reigning prince finally de cided that his navy was an expensive luxury and sold it to private persona a restaurant on the island also be longing to the Prince and kept up by a retired official from the little court of Buckeburg, Went under the ham mer as Well. Uppe-Detmold Is Just having a new ; Issue of money. The royal mini in Berlin has struck off an Iseua of dialers (three mark places Worth about 75 cents i bearing new likeness of Prince Leopold iv. The coins will III I be placed in gi neral circulation, 1 but collectors and ethers desiring them must apply to the princely treasuries or princely sayings banka Th" high cms! of living and r kited problems are ultncked In a seiii of home economics lectures at th" Teach ers' Training College in Baltimore, The following are a few of the jir.ae Ileal topics considered: What Is the food requirement for one day for a young woman 17 to 20 years of agef A study of actual lunches thn can he prepared for 8 cents and 5 cents. The value of pure feed. How does the sanitation of the school affect the health and efficiency of the child? How can we as consumers Influeneo SOOnomic und sanitary conditions by careful buylagt Till: si I I Hi W. I 'l l I s ARE BUSY HAWKINS Sells the Famous QUICK MEAL STOVES Store nt 2nd and Cum. They Hurl n Dead Oa( at an Irl-li Speaker, LONDON, Nov. 15. Viscount Hal dane. the lord hlijh cnancellor, Speak ing; at KdlnhurRh. and Augustine Hlr reii, chief secretary for Ireland, ad dressing an audience at Bristol,. were subjected to suffragette disturbances tonight, a dead eat thrown at Mr. Btrrell set the meeting in an uproar and Wllell tile Offendetl Wile (Je.ted a general fight followed. In his speech. Mr. Itlrrelll said If was hoped a settlement of the strife Wns hop, d a settlement of the strike In Dublin would he Speedily arranged. American Drooks al Work. NFYV FORK, Nov 15 Two vet eran American CrOOka, white haired but still active, are under arrest, the pollOS announced today, In Munich, h i many The Munich authorities wrote that th""" men, known there aB James Harrison Morton and Har are Pell, were caught In an attempt to roll a bank cashier of tin. 00". Their long criminal reenrd In Amer ica will be sent to Munich. Funerals at a Reasonable Price No person wishes to lei the mind dwell on the subject of death, we all shudder to think of the time, when an undertaker will he called into our home but we all know that the Grim Reaper, who spares none, will bring this event about. 1 realize the public aversion to the subject of death will make some misunderstand, and maybe, resent this annoucement On the other hand, this inclination to think as little as possible about death has resulted, in many eases, in an excessive increase in the price charged lor the care of loved ones. The slogan, "Nothing Too Good For'The Dead", has been abused in many ways, the world over, and the living have be en made to sutler privation through their love for the departed. BICAL'SE, I believe that such conditions should not exist. 1 am taking this method, (which maybe new here but is now established in all the eastern cities), of placing my business and prices before serious minded people, in an intelligent manner. 1 have arranged to afford the people of Tulsa the same burial ad vantages at the PRICES w hich now prevail in the larger cities of the east. As an example, 1 will hereafter supply a be autiful black broad cloth casket, embalm and care for the body in every way and furnish hearse all for the sum of $60. It can be safely said that such has never before been offered in Tulsa at less than $100, maybe more, and services will render. It is but an example of prices I have one of the finest equipped undertaking establishments in the state. 1 am a graduate of one of the oldest and best Colleges of Em 1 miming in the United States and have but recently completed a Post Graduate course. 1 have successfully practiced my profession in Chicago and other eastern cities, and am in a position to render the very highest service my profession affords. Phone 93 night or day. Lady assistant when desired. 0 Private ambulance service. City calls, two dollars. MYRON H. WATERS Proprietor and Manager 14 W. Third St., Tulsa, Okla. NEW YORK AUTHOR I A-Itl IRIOHXT OP CHELSEA, wkitis i i i:iti;vri, II1STOKV. ORRINE FOR DRINK HA BIT flu uniformly succcH.ful lis OK HINK basjt In restoriiiK th" victlinn of the "'Prink Hahit" into sole r ami ime ful OltlasHS, nnd tfl strong Ih our con flilenoe in Ito curative pnsst t thiit we want to "inph.i.u7e th-' furl thiit olllilNK 1 sold under this positive tuursntee. If, sfti r a trial, ymi set re henefit. your money Sftft l,e re funded. OKItl.VK rusts only 11.00 per box. k fur free himki't. ijet man A.- QMtfMli AU Samuel Haven (ilassmire, of New- York, formerly a resident of Chelnen, Okla.. is an author. "Olea. a Btory if the Norsemen In Pennsylvnnla," Is the title of the historical work wMeh has Just been published by th Knick erbocker 1'ress of New York. Mr. tllasHinlre Is well known here, having been prominently Identified In j buxinesfl In eastern Oklahoma for a number of yearF. The book dcald with the lll-fnted alt-nipt at Norwegian ci,lonizaM,n in Totter county, made by the BMOtta musician-patriot, Ole Hall In the j'.u 1852. Mr. Glaiwmirc shown remarkable fnnilliurlty with his Bubject and the hlHtory Is an Interesting one. iH-clarr I'belr Itlgllt BATON mimic. iJi.. Nov. is.--1 Action believed by New Orb ins hunkers Inimical to linancial inter ests of the f! ite was taken by the l.oulsiii' einistlliitlonal cc ve niton today v.hen it voted that Ole convn . tlnn had n right to take up any u.u'-n-tlon relating to changeH In the eon stltution The convention wan Oalled to provldo means for paying lie bonded debt and to partially reer ftanizc the New Orleans in werai;. and water board. Fifteen bank premileiits of New Of leans today signed a talsgrani Ken! to the ulis li man of the convention and Qovarnor Hall protesting against such action. They said the bonded debt proposition should be flispoosd of at once ns the state had to pav out 1 1.000. M January 1. Although the committee on the bonded debt has a proposition practically read to report, It wn. not sent to th, run ventlen today, The session was taki t, up with the sewerage and MWtel board mutter Head's . ample bhoes j ii. : ( It SP&CIAL $2.85 SecOHd Floor I it if Sat'l Hunk Dr Larklns, Ostaopath, Opp, Kress' adv Jop.m Drug Co. im hi: mural i im; units. Main niiil VTSBCO J i e I. CUltioS in connection wiih extension wirk. whii h 1 said should be done by the state agricultural schools. He said the bill might he modified SOJUS what before passage. Opinions Qreatl Vary. UTAdJHntQTON, Nov. II, Wide dl vemence of opinion as to he merits of the I.ever bill for agrl-ultuinl e tenslon work In sl the Mates devel Dfjad at today! session of the Asso ciation of Ameiioaa Agricuiturui col leges snd BapertnaBl Stations. Datfl Davenport of thi Illinois slate asTlcultural college, declared that un scrupulous p .litlelans would be able to use such a law to create the great est poiitieai machine ever dessiaed, wh'l" Dl. B T. Halloway. assistant asm tifaf i fit m ult ire, eaareaaed the opinion thl I the bill afforded the proper solution for the present diffi- ! A I I. Ill I . , M U ; Mau Who fttmped 1'rom lrain l Recap Utrod. GRAND JURY OR NO GRAND JURY FRED FREY is still the buy to buy that suit ami OVeKOftt from to nssiiif scrvii-o ami laving, Disjilay KKMni just south BobillMIl Arcade- UTTLK ROCK, Ark. Nov. 18. News v.as received here today that Ar thur Tillman, aged 21, sentenced to le hansed Mat' h 10. was reoaotured i !."ii last midnight by leaping Horn a Hoik Island tram foUtg II jtls Hoik, and will arine here ilur- i candidate for thief Justice of the miles tin hour, mar l'erry. He v.a ! ing the night. being brought I" the penitentiary at Ll! Ic It'" k for safe keeping. Tillman was captured about JO miles from the place where he OS. i aped. He will bu brought on tu li- conrt i i . I i -.lis. and the election of :n ib in o . ratlc opponent. YVtllard Oaoe HepubUi-no Defeat, Bartletl was conceded today by Wm. NEW YoltK, Nov. is. The defeat Barnea, chairman of the republican of W illiam K. Wamtr, repUbll BU OialS couiinitlee.