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We Wish all Our Friends and Patrons the Fullest Joys at This I oliday Season Your friendship mid patronage during 1 h year and Holiday time is appreciated ii ml w c I i -sj pc;i k Cor all EVERY OY OF M.S. swecp . i i TERRI ( untiuuud 1'i'oni rK- i.) lied Jacket villufre ball which wan turned Into a morgue, it aas many limns baton uii the bodies vera Iden tified. During tba confualon several bodies of children ware wrongly Identified hy mothers and lafcan away only to be returned la tar i the paronti wRo hut! found their own offspring safe, In other oaaaa parenti ran about some timet unoertaln whether their children ware dead or alive. Many mothers tainted while (athara cursed all those who Inti rferred with their mad March tor lost girls and boys. For hours frantic women ran the treeta nailing for their Uttla ones Efforts were made to calm the wome'i nnd man) were Laic en Into homea thai hud nut bean bereaved so that they might haw attention. Of the 700 persons in the hall, m.irc than thraa fourth! were children many of them having gone without their parents. These fathers and mothers Mem rushed to tha scene and add d to til" Don fUSl on. They ill) not understand what had take n place nnd hindered the resouers by Insist. Ing n Information us to wbal waa the mntter. There was a Ore escape ut the roar KVVTIliB-n. 'aidawfiiaiti sfV& iBi.'X V My snerti J'-i -..i' ww i M liHDinaooD awwM mow a S3WVB 0009 tiv isow i F 'f Uie building bu only tfcose who Ware Very near It '"Uld make any usr of it until after tha fatal rush was over. Probably not more than a hun dred poraoni escaped the first rush 1 a of this fire escape. About a score mora lumped from the windows near which they Hat Ah it was not many feet from the ground, the Jump did not cause injury. Tha Italian hall was built shout five years ago end was well provided toi emergencies, it was thought. The en trance waa a hallway about tun feel del p, A stairway about 8 feet wide hd up from this Vestibule to a small landing about eight by ten feet, The main door of the bull opened on this landing. There Is a small cloak room shout ten feet square to one aids ol tin main door. The loss of life was heavy at the small floor of this room. The rush apparently turned many against the door of this room and rushed them to death within the door way. The graateat number nf dead tn any one place, however, was at the bottom of the stairway. Those who reached the stairs first evidently wore burled to the bottom by those behind und in this fashion the stairway was filled nl- nais' to the catling. That death In most instances was due to suffocation under the weight of those who fell last was Indicated by the fad that few of the corpses l.or,. marks of injury. Ho, lies were crumpled and broken bu1 tbe features were not cut or bruised. (Continued on page to.) I colds Cause Headache and Grip. LAXATIVE BKOMO QUININE tablets remove causa, There is only one "BROMO QUININE." It has sin nature of E. W . lirove nn box. 25c. Kkirveti Weil Continues Hig date. Wll.SuN, OUIa,, Dec, 21. The bin oil well, recently brought In, in Lhi llealdton field, by the gkirvens of Oklahoma City, continues to be un exi thirty satisfactory producer for Its owners making 200 barrels evor hours. The Bfcirvani are still busy in the fh Id and expect to bring in ra as sn 1 isractory. r CHRISTMAS DINNER 1913 The Brady's Tenth Annual Christmas Dinner Price 75c Served from 12:30 to 2:30 P. M. For Those Who Prefer the Best Phone Reservations t'r Parties or Special Tallies. Cotoui Cocktail Salted Almonds Jumbo Queen Olives Grape Fruit Maraschino Perfetto Chicken Okra Consomme Julienne elery Hearts Sliced Tomatoes Roast Young Turkey, with Royal Dressing and Cranberry Jell Roast Suckling Pig with Spieed Apple Baked Young Duck, ;i la Holliday Santa Punch Lettuce and Pearl Onion Salad Plain Bread Parkerhouse Rolls Snow Flake Potatoes Creamed Asparagus Tips !andied Tarns English Plum rudding, Brandy Sauce Minee Pie Pumpkin Pie Neapolitan tee Cream Frappe Ielmonico ( Ihristmas lake ( 'ream foeese Salted Wafers Coffee, Tea, Milk Mixed Nuts Assorted Fruit Ill ill ,N HI 1, N I MM. I M l 1 P II I VMI'VI'N . MaiftnT (Ml Mil. 1 1. rORREON B1TTLED UP I'd 1'iii-iiw again Won SciIim uf X 1, Ion, lii ilie Norlli nl Mrlir,,, CHIHUAHUA, Meg . Her. ft, For L) two hundred rebel cavalry with tan cannon mid six machine guns bava left Chihuahua to begin the long da iayed attack on tba federals at Ojlnagu oppoaita Presidio, T gas, The rebels I "ininunded by (Jein-I.il OFtagO, have been ordered to exterminate the fed erals or .ir.o them across the United stmes border. Sweep tin. border clean "f federals and do not take an) prisoners," was (lenerul Francisco Viiht's order to General Ortego. "There must not he a federal left alive on thla side of the I. order." (I.neral Villa said if the federal generals Orosuo and tiojaa are cap tured they are to he sin.t as traitors. Loaded in six trains with large sup plies of ammunition, the QJinega eg pedttion left here purposing to travel by train aa tar as Ilermigaa and thenCs march overland to Ojlnlga, General Villa wltneaaed the departure of his soldiers and expressed confident vat tha outcome, Baying the federals eith er aould be driven across the bordei or broken up Into small hands. Til- bottling 1 1 1 Of tba federals In ih" city of Torre on, boo miles south of here, the occupation by the rebels of part of the city and tin rebel cap ture of lardo and domes Palaclo, Important adjoining towna, were con firmed in reports reoelved today. Gen oral Itonclovio Herrera, however, was not wounded aa had been reported. The rebel dlapatchea Bald General Herrera now had Torreon practically controlled with little loss of life and thai he would wait further reinforce ments before attempting n rout of the fedi nils under General Refugio Vales co. The federal telegraph to Monte ray nnd Raltlllo was cut, and should General Velosco bo driven eastward, it Is said he would have no alternative but a desperate retreat. Torreon has been often captured or lost hy either Bid' . its importance lies in Its being u railroad enter. General Villa purposes remaining h re pending the establishment 1 ' the OJinaga campaign. one million pesos in rebel money has been issued under the seal of tbe state of Chihuahua. This greatly re lieves the financial situation brought about by the lack of small currency. Ha) Cross the Border. PR RSI DIP, Tex., Pec. 1 4. United States army officers today received word of the rebel advance toward OJInaga, opposite here. It is feared the Mexican federals if driven hard will attempt to cross Into the United St B t es rather than fall Into the hands ,.f the rebela, from whom they could expect no mercy. The federals opposite here repre sent what is left "f Kuertaa govern ment In the far north. Tiny have been buay taking provialons from this side ever since their arrival, after t lie retreat from chihuahua. Withdraw the Outposts, HERMOBILTX), Dee. L'4. . All fed eral outposts about Guaytnaa were withdrawn today, according to Infor mation received here. Withdrawal of Me outpost" will he Interpreted n having baen caused by continued da rn rtiona from the garriaon. Federal soimers came nraggungi Into the Insurgents camp every da and it said that the most of them cs 1 aped while on outpost duty. Lieu. Colonel Pablo Pedresss and fifteen soldiers surrendered today to the eon-1 ItitUtlonallSta. It is reported that! 1 11 1 1 ; s 1 n in. c k m n if :. mi s T II Get the Spirit of the Day By Telephone The ileiiiHiidK of l)iiniiit'Hs mid social aiT.iii-. iivveiit many from oiug bat'k to the old borne for tlic family rvunii mi mi ( 'hristmas daj . Iut i"i tht1 leleiiliniie tht'v would miss tlie lioiue-likc stiirit nf the hit?- dinner, tlie phecrfuluess, good feeling and friendliness of the family circle, f you arc to awai from home ou Chnatmas day, wh) ioi I i i 1 1 1.- liappiucsH in the home folks by palling tin in u it the telephone .' Sio matter whciv you are, you, too, may rH the spirit of ( hristmas by telephoue, Long distance linen reach everywhere, CA Pioneer Tel. & Tel. Company (ieneral OJeilu's Withdraw al '.rders In clude even the .smaller garriaon at Umpalme, a suburb north of Ouay mag, Itcpoii 'I'lii'icaii Itcttleircd M kxici 1 crrv, l)i . u. Ti rreon, 1 slate of Coahnlla, wtih Ii recently was taken from the rebels by the federal General Refugio Velaseo Is besinaed by rebel, and Qua . lat of He atliCMIT To ROB RltitrrW nora, has been eve I, aecordli 1 M WJ" 1 u" 1 " m to two unofficial reports ri Ived here eei.l-... 1 1.. today. The report that Torrean is under stage appeals t,, be unusually About :St last mi! hi burglars at- weii aiithenticateii. tempted to gain entrance to the General Velaaoo some time ago re- Itlghtway laundry, anoordlng to Bart covered Torreon from the rebols Since Applogate, who waa In the building then the war office here has announc at tbe time. He beard the men pry ed that Velaseo aas preparing to dlr-1 ing ut a window and went out to gal ect expedition! in the surrounding U revolver and ph to tbe police country, although the Indies Uons w era ' station that many thousands of 1 is war Whma polios officers arrived o ii'i'K 1.... 111. f . i,..-,,!., 1.1 . f. I CAFE "THE HAGUE" JUST OPEN I D Oppsilt Hotel lulsa Serviie a la ( aale )t. d iy Lenchei RALPH HAGUE, Prop. mi iniEK i AND SMUT USED STIOKli ( IB OMPAKl IMi nut. I 'll! Vl ioN ICMI'IiO 1 i 1 1 1 HIMI Mill Kill Tf Ii run LI Take n tabtesponnful of Sale Back i nits r Madder Bothers. A bis; fat turK, y and a substantia Inoreaae in wages were tba Chrlttmas I presents tendered the employes Of tlm Public BervTdt corporation and the Tnisa Itreet Railway company yesterday by the managers of the two. companies, Yesterday morning Paul Qalloway, I manager of the Public Service cor poration, distributed 161 gobblers among tbe employes ami then helped the Blks deliver their Christmas presents to the poor of the elty. Manager McQrath dlatlibuted tur keya among uii the employes of the company and then announced that nl new and higher waga scale had been i deii rminad upon. The salary Inoreaae m '.ken the new scale for condui tors ami motormen as follows: The first six months of ser vice, 20 cents an hour; next six months, '.'1 01 Is; after one year, 22 Partner Injured ii1 tool dent. WTWOK, Okla., "tec. 4. lobji Reed, li'iim near 'irndy, has a broken foot, a dlsloi Bted shoulder and a bad ly scarred h ad as the result of tils hors' faiilni! on a hrldKe and throw ing Reed forelbl) against the wooden 1 structure. It,, condition Is reported as serious A Bright and Merry Christmas Our store will be OPEN UNTIL NOON Christmas day to help you in your Uist-nmmcnt pi t chases. Harlow Brokerage Co. "MA IN STREET Si ORE" 20i SOUTH MAIN si We ure u nation of ne ar eaters rnJ our blood is (Hied with uric acid, say a well-known authority, who warn i iis to he constantly on guard against kid- n-y trouble. The kidneys do their utmost to free the blood of this irritation add but become weak from uvat work) they ijet fduKRish: the diminutive tis sues cIiik and thus the waste, is re tained in the blood to poison the en tire system. When your kidneys ache and feel like lumps of had. and you have stirising pains In the hack or tht urine Is cloudy, full of sediment, 04 the bladder Is Irritable, obliging (roll to seek relief during- the nleht. Whet! you have severe headaches. BSfVOUl and dizzy spells, BleaplssuttSSS, acid stomach or rheumatism in bad waatber, act from your pharmacist about four ounces of .lad Salts; tnk tablsapouBfUl In n glass of water be- j fore breakfast each morning and in 1 , few days your kidneys will act fine 1 This famous salts la made from tin add of crapes and lathon Juice, mm- , hlio d with llthla, and has been used, for generations In flush nnd "tlmulati I slogged kidneys, to neutralize thf nelds In urine so It Is no longer .1 ource of Irritation, thus ending ttfi' nary nnd bladder dinnrdors. Jid Salts Is Inexpensive nnd can not Injure; makes a delightful effer vseetit llttdn-water drink, and no body can ninke a mistake by taking a Utile oceminnally to kr the kid injs Bleafl and sctUe. Adv. A lllil .......... 11 m w rsH, To retain the friends that 1 have made and to acquire new ones as tlie days go by; to ; wish health, happiness and proapeiity to the operators C every where for tlie coming year; to be n pnrt of the great- ) sat business on earth. To tie (S able t" write the news of tills H business for thn future us in the past, without fear or fa- ' inr, uninfluenced by any per- (9 son or Intel est, so that a 10- $ barrel well Is a 10-barrel well g and a dry hole Is a dry hole. To make the nil column a w dallv necessity. To work n 'K Uttla harder and make results S count for more. To ill" use ) the live Issues of the business 'S) as I honestly bll".e them to he and I" retain the esteem of 1 'h who happen to disagree 0 with ma. Finally, to see nil ') the dry holes eliminated or at h-nst drilled by thole who can ) afford them, to ace the little ' fellows grow prosperous and I tbe big fellows grow rleh and that st the eloae of another $ year will find the oil men hap- JS Pier an t more prosp-rous ilinn In the on Just st Its close. ,Jl'AAi'.i', To Our Friends, One and All A MERRY CHRISTMAS Christmai comes hut once a year, it's u time to forgot business and Indulge In Greetings and Remembrances. We appreciate that cordial friendship, friendliness and and hnalty that have made our relationship something mora than a mere sordid business association, and we want to thank you for the intimacy and confidence that exists between us Once again, A Merry Christmas Tulsa Music Company Second and Boston