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A DA 1H WORLD, l.'ND AY, JT'NB 21, 1914 TULSA DAh.V WORLD Pakllaaad ki VV,'UI.I i UI.JalliNU OiVIPANY fcl Ut ' DM N t-MIAI ti iK S r Mm .it n .. Managai I III -ll'l M h I'l I I II N I than All Urn in tin- I I! hi' ... jf, i I ifili Ax ill. tliullll , . . fia. Ms'lSf' fi . (a M l'la-l."l III ' i .V II. g- ment railed Lhl ir titter, DBTWaMfc The inauasiii of tfcg ralliu.'la 1 ' i (bad luaaeured "Unt to kiiviH Hint tiia bauds of tlia palMd through u departluanta uf government ut Waali lOaTton a I' a tit aeleU.d, .a a i jia. no n. I . I ,. i klar 1 . I 1 ' iui u - II a B 1 11 Mu I i i - 1 i HI ANCII i L(i ,i . uf Ju 191 ri i 'in ag t S71 UDAS v . ' ' J II l II v M I I HI Kit AM) I 1 1 1 n in of freight muffs il - i . i a Iui li making oil 1 u . , r n, hi I... a ' U ' I I lit- I lid i WUtfl'W Ll - The argument i i tut mogar m almpla and ifll I i: If u Ktomei rttiu nil watet at u flat rata a l.ja -uuau of tlialr ggeuUgf fitness fOf a , i ktMttM of tticlr egpertonoe In I'm ami, i' ilntj, hut ralhol because I f tftll I ollth'ul IlifluiHM a pout anybody, fur Instance, aunpoitn thm ' 4 thousand cheno to one Mr Bryan uu made um ratery of i althei getting ii ri ..i Iim tata ! ua of iiia vast knowledge lhan he ia paying f u un f world politic and nit araap uf bv na am admit iimt ha i mora tBraatlonal ubjot? Doe not every- lo Uki all thai ha can liaa '' dy know thai Mr iirj.m aM an ii ii a it - if it bt not niaaa looted because ba sc urad the nontl- on i m, lhan I la to uaa leaa nation of lA'ilgon at Baltimore and President Poincare Is Expected to Quit 1.1 .... A .'.,,,.'. j. Mi. i , i LI karab an-nn. i-i tila fauj far. I lr ii.a PafltaMatb aaaibiatiaa fr iuiU, i ii,. ;,u i lut uii iairM uf i'. , f MUmiim sbjbMikj u, a-ovailM i i Tulaa tail Pteu, tubjskt u n,, m, .,,,. Ufaal lata. ii ii H' a. fir kartki liuiiu. ai. Mil li'la- i 'J )u4e l I u aa a, I,, a, I M Ilia .. . .....iiaa V . WI4 ' J. W. Woodford knaby mai uncai hi, rai,liUi7 (at ty j ,,lgt-, iibjatl n,. ottaa al laa UaaiaajUi .luiaiua. Auut a J J at AUalar ot y.ti,tir, OLIn, (,,., ,f Ilia t a-liij lalja- aul.uub "a Ilia , (r araa . . ibinild andfBvur to ralat liltnaHlf abova i u.a itata t'' ul agficiiur,, .u,, 111 ,' ,: : I 1. "Mill UU' Mi"' I'-KI"- aaa a. mi , , ,n., I alt, mill 1 1, .i.ii.i lolUl pajjn i ontin tod i loin i 1 iii i) by iiiaana 'if bar apiiotbtad i. nta.1 . aa 'i"' i Hi) dolima of anii,aiiiiii labinata." I'raaWaiii ruin-iuii- than uuni'ludad wllh Hit pa" aa arhioh hhkIii appl) to iim ruler uf guy riiiintiy riia prtiaidcni and alioiild aaak In " unit Hi" BnBral k I, " nii.miij frea hlmaalf from n thai a ouiitivaiit. .iii'i anhaiiiHral u aa I'at Mall ) liaiatia tnnoui oai lu , , ,,. ,.uc lor ruamaa nu Uu irat gaaarai liusal Uialiitl ill Ukiauuia, lulij.i'i iu lt, 1 1 1 in . , , i a , i' i.r,,uai.ai Augjn i ,s mi i roi ni iiiiicr raaaon on earth? Aii'l wranafinaii in ma hiiiiu " i.-,.i,.. i, ,. .... ,, nf ilm nerinaiiaiil lu-ca altlaa. Ho in u l.lll , - J . " ,.w Ill il . "" I H Ii '." I'f'ii tha way fn.m timu wued Iroinaijtorbal und it win eonUnua to I bo t tie w,u tin h a demand Dfftoiency ,)U( and oompetaaoy imrtnaii t polltb'al ah, .ni. t aaparata 'ii" uuoatlgiia in" tented t" htm from "il rortultou eom pllcatloua, and ahould endeavor to conalder thorn puralj from tho point f -.w of rranoa." frauk Dartl naiaay laeaaaaai l.a.- ' ' aiW aaalr Irwin II, II, llril aauaiurtai inn , ,,: . i .; Qtfaatiaa 1 i'akpa aad tVaakkajtuA, la Wia UaBiOcralll pin, ai.aa Aa-at i ' W H II gkal liaiab) annuuncn hu M, ' dllaiy lor a'. 'Ull of i -la maul , . 11 klupermtend. Til Hil H ,1 1 ' I - 1 1 atlulil I Tin: in t lie government Mr- all i IN 1 I III I -I tray. 1 11 morgue, i be I Ml I I UK, out drunkard and Bver) drunkard every milllonutr very Journallat a I uf theae la a cub. that atnall about plai s tn dtacover ;..., rda and (lie Tl... roasuii they w is in cauaa t!, ir iot developed, and I In audi highly- LONDON, June J A fli'part niantai oommlttua limh haa boon K" iiia lulu iin, uondltlona "f agrb nituriil I oradll in Ireland find that the Indebt rallroada aIll i. turned down I edneaa "f Irlali farmer imn been In- creating ,i' tna in'" "i .i."'i",o"a 11 .11 tinea under the Wyndham land act the commenced m tettl on thotr own land, Tin opinion ia given In tha report Dial imiiiiins f"i (upplying credit on aound line In iin- amaller and medium rural olaaaea In Ireland Utwtt Cllaa in-'ab lasuasaaa i,., M0,n. are Inadequate. The profoaalonal jlty ..r ragbiiaf i JuJa ul lulu ,-0 , moiifl) len ler ba made an ln lalon laajaol i HW Waeari prtnary, augux i! of the laland, and nearly hav driven oul tha "gonibcun men," a'ho are a 'm MeOalleiigk taaoaaeai tin can.iijey loonkeenera and ahon-keeper lerving lor Hirr.tf f 'tutaa taunt, tuajtet tu. tu- aa money -len dor paaU'aB priwary. g, Wl aa a aolutlon of the credtl ytet il'o cmninitte.i auvKi'ata iimt rural In ar fu- oeoauae tina in election year and md if 'hera ia n..t dodgaatad imiiet-a-ork heudad employ of tha United Btate meter ' 1 I not ahoufdng about tim aoono g "' the conduct of the gvommenl bj the tvilaon adminiatratlon haa ifht about The railroad ought i aahained "f themaelve. Th ought to have taken their modioina iin, little man and aald never u word. They ihould raniambar thut it I ai moat a treaaonabl "ffense to crltt- ( i,a t.aaua here!, Maaaa till ran ii lacy foi 1 tali aa.aar. auujtci a, iitulll eratic prtaiary, 4. II y, KMrblaak fcarafci aaaoaacaw hu can alaaci foi lliuiill ol Tula tu,,ut, lutjtcl tin iMwacratii nrlniry, A,ia;uai a. Sd. Jiali n MMVBa kit raniijp tut I OUI.I UlUO.l . u, I Mill ."tim. tuu praiaaraUi prliaary, a. a . L , . olw tha A'ilaon outfit A tremendou slump in tbe valua tion of Jowalry worn by tVaahtngton nomon I reported alnce tiiey learned the) l have to pg) paraonal taxes - pon't know about t.i i-im dwarfing ths unti l, a a rnagaalna writer nays n di ei, but ii rertalnly dwarfs many K E ', rran lureli ai.noui rai hit can-ai.t-..b li.r aaaanla aaaaaat.a i,.i....i ... .. . land miajht Itaolf lupply ta money It jrtu,, mu, uriaiartaa a,ij .i t aincp iui I 1! linn aril, of '111. la. In r,-b annnuilfn h a candidacy for lb offtct Of fctala Audi lur, iiUji.i.l t iho Paeortil irin,aria, III .-: 4 i il n 't li.i.s tin red as thai i and T'.lis. un' r did tako 1 a Turk ii gNtnimUtb lllen-doll ii mui ii to siurt scrapplpg nil, in of tim great American LUi.k ii t)5,QO0,U0Q ,,ii de Il li, Ilia I 'nit Office Sn iiiKs Hanks, a huge sum which is iruiiaferred lo London for In vestment in government eecurltle when i might be employed at borne. The committee recommend tim i tab lishmant of a Bound iytem "f co-operative credit to safeguard the farmer ft'Min money -lender, I LONPON, June i0, On th boola ; of the recent K"it champlonehipa tin-re I broke ""i a flercu latter-io-tne-proaa battle, which shii rage on the merits! of the K.uii" In Hie provocative nr tiole, "Aim golf" signed himself to a general denunciation of the game, both f"1 boys and el, ins, but partic ular!) branded it aa altogether unfll I ! for sell, ml boy l.'nder no circum tanoea shnuld ihey bo allowed to iiiay it, ho contended, It was a pastime, i '"'t ,-t game, and lacked the dlaclpline and spirit of team game. He called n "tha incarnation of I alow-footed egotism, demanding a styla of itroke which cramp and spoil the sijie demanded tor real games." lie concluded: "Lawn ten nia is bad enough, but golf is entirely in other h ord for l' oam- Itn s Th impion, of lapalp, baraby n uaiaicaa fell caaaidacy for tha uffu-a nf Im-Irit-t .ludan fnr ' ruk mm Oknalgaa aaaatiaa, luajcot iu ika Itcpablioa prioiariai, Au gull 4. A . Ian as of tjkliit' olt harh; announi-ac iiia candidacy for county cuaiauaiioiiar from DUtrict No. I, laLjeal tj Uni,n rauc pre niain ;.. Augaat 4. i an I tj. ii whok "f not lien i j big odor f the 11 11- dlffei "I In the frnnt I (n tryl iii ut mey, im forward, a gri elation of diaeaae inltatlon and iiisie.r I It rnnu's t Ileal s.'ien. e haa it way, In the f mi .ma of pr. through proper Hon, but when Btth c i urattve method for ich i ' , ::' ! A ba ahouting 11 on the i i urn to the offli a for - n ready developing no I breii.s to call himself man" or even "Jobr- tb. r nai'li ' The argument of the devotees of solf who flocked lo the defense of their sport may easily be Imagined, i but "anti-golf" had many to side with I him, One wrote: "Chiefly by reason i of the growth of national slackness, I K"if, with its Indecent posturing among young women and heavy wag erlng among men, has crept upon the country Ilka t destroying fungus." i LONDON, June 10.- Beoreof In wireles communication la said to be I assured bj an Invention announced by ''ajiiaiii a N Hoyland of the Nor wegian navy Tlia machine is one for tranamlaalon and automatic re ceipt of printed messages In the man ner of typewriting The inventor claims to have typed message by wlr lesa waves between Berlin and 1 the big Btatlon at Nauon, a distance ' of :t4 mile. He aay he n.is per fected i relay which so amplifies wire les signal that th" typewriting fle- , vtoa mi) be operated over greater dis tances. The secrecy feature of the Inven tion established bj the fad thai the sending apparal is may be adjusted at a moment's notice so as to emplo) any one of 7i0 different code arrange ment of the alphabet, while the re ceiving device would automatically register th" messages it. decoded and legible form. Onl) dots are used in the transmission, and by their spac ing the mechanism of the receiving : apparatus is controlled so as to recon struct the message Captain Hoy land declare 'hat tim apparatus could be worked in any wireles system, and mat it w ould re ider wireless pihg' ipilti) Impoaalbl. it li.n beep atatiillng still for a long tunc and It ts still marking time till t H Kl l' i; n ii On of tha m,'si significant things about the watarworka convention at r ilaa ast M on day, Tuaada) and tVednesday waa lha Informatl n brought out in papers, demonstration and dlarusdon en the use of the v.iter meter by watar companlea i i 'm , "ie h hp b hav inatalb i tha ler the flat rate shmi, previously, statistic proving thai then i :tte i,,t fi on third to one-fourth 6y the lattar plan are aMillnble a "in a-pap nallat". I".t ha .toes ma hae mueh tune ev-ii t r dreaming, Names of streets, not ihl men, location of buatnea fkfm and ii Ihouaand other things crowd liis mind mind un trained for correlating such Informa tion it is fist life, therefor not a Uf of drudgery Bui a i ib is the moat Insignificant ninui.il in the world i i on The World Prince Oskar to Marry Below Rank fContlnued I'roio Page "ne i toriea for turning out state official, "nil the latter are increasing ni I rapid rate. The profaaatom, too, ar overcrowded, and it I the experience of many nun who haa Strugglod through .1 university course against tremendou handicap to find that when once equipped with a profes sional education they will still face r "f bardabip bofora they realise comfortable living. When the Atlantic i.i,.i conference renew Its deliberation in J i , t . n on August it will still, notwithstanding .:- eurll r waalona In Berlin, London and Cologne, find Hseif facing one pn . in winch Is apparently no nearer solution now than at tha c,.x of th flral meeting of the confer ence. This Is the altlluile of the British Una doing bualnesa with Canada a to their quota under any renewal of tha existing pool. The present agreement which expired ,i "i ii 1 1 l . hut, haa been renewed 'in . til the London conference, but failure to reach un agreement there would ii an the ' nd of tha pool, The Canadian line demand, It ia Ii uie.i, that their Canadian budne of the last five years be taken aa tho bast for the quota to ba assigned them The business, however, hm fallen off sharply In the lust year. LOiVDON June 20 With the lata drop It g, In fact lo SO per cent nf the Lord Btrathcona'a gift of 125,000 tha former figure, and the other members firs loner colony in lb lTnit-d k of the pool object to nny division ofidom will be established next fall in "a lalnest thai does not take thia da- deseri -I part of Kss.-x There ar cllne Into account. Director Halim now .miy twenty cases of leprosy in , ' the Hamburg-American line pro- thee lire L'nlted Kingdom. The) are posed that the half of the five-year bwlated, but widely scattered, and the avet ige 1 t : - n a.- a baala for re k- , bringing them together for care at a onlng the Canadian line' quota, with central colony w ill not only aasura th proviso that aa aoon n this more comfort for the afflicted but i .iiiu ss should .-bow an Increase ,.f ' nahb new research in the !0 P-r cent the lines In quettlon dtoeaa A specially equipped ho, should be entitled to revision of Pitatl WHI he a part of the now colony, their u'lotiu upward. Venezuelans Are Called to War (Continued from rage one.) ami m liich was iiiaie accomplice to i he criminal action." General Hernandei evidently ba llet that Vaneguela is ius badly off today is u was in the old t'mtro days. 1 1 e Sa s : "The , Ivllbted world g tired of see ing our vast icrritorj rendered uaelea to humanity; a territory full of gnex plolted wealth, w hern one only heats tho laments ,.f poverty to the tune of shackles and chain, the insolent voices of command "I the despots, and the e.ce.s,s,s of those who live by to'., hlng the national treasury and trampl ing upon everything whb h is sacred." Notwithstanding this proclamation, cal iiai' tim "Mochiatas" to arms, no news h is e' en received jet In Caracas to the effcel that any landing has been effected, a few local uprisings In the interior do not seem to be of an) importance and there has not been .my noticeable movement of the gov eminent troops. No Fight in Him. Lawyer 1 think I can -;et you a di vorce, madam, for cruel and Inhuman t'i ' linen'; but do you think your 1ms bend vv ill f iL-hi the suit ? Woman Fight? Why the little si, limp ,1. isn't even come into a room where 1 am. Prof. Robert Ycrkes of Harvard College wa.ns to go to the Arrtlpodca to itud) t in- ape in order to determln the origin of man's socl il Instincts. I b shouldn't take college town boarding hoUBOS too seriously. 'Pel una Cured Iv'ie top. Representatives of the Cunard line ndvise ib" acceptance of this pro. posat, The Canadian representatives then Baked f"r time to consider, Which was granted by the conference ad Minniiip LISBON. J un- 20 A political secret society which had for its oi.-.'-t lb- niurd. r of it person has I ut been broker up. Before this v is a ompllshed ,.ne victim had been put tu death i The organise i is , tiled The , White amis, its headquarter being in the Milage if Alcahldeche, on the outskirts ,.f Lisbon The chi.f gov ernment authorit) of the town. 1 - I Self a member of tho White Anta, and a number ,,f his underlings, all I of them members or the society, are arcuaed of M.-'king to do awai with h- certain member of the Moderate It v ii; It i i, . The railroad have -c ,nl f,r a re- stment ,f the svatein ,,f paving banla : r th transportation .-r the malt T,lf 'mperoi alao dealgned the pa- ! Mil on now standing over the K.ilaer and 1 Hk iet re ilted In a renewed fin Augute Victoria springs in Horn. f the demand for govern-;1'"1 peraonally drawing the plan and rollMWlne their carrying on; The emperor has given another Pi f of his versatility by designing a fountain for Honburg, near Prank fort-on the-Maln, where the empress i sccuetonied to spend several weeks h v-.ir The municipal BUthoriU of Rnmburg wen about to open a c.,mpetlt,.n for a design for the 1 labeth Springs, when tho emperor , , " r"" u " " OI th" heard of ,t and b.. himself a,,. . '-' . rapubllcan party design which ia no being carried o Anto Iwlong to the Dem. out 1 v a Cm!:,, s nlptor It will rep- fA J, . J V" i'"'1' Th" f'r"' vlr rrsent a 'Ir.-k altar, fro,,, which the '"" '" '' d -rml -n his way home water gushes forth, whilo above , l'ar, of five of the tat -s nymph with outatret- h,-d ' ,w t". Xn,! .'" 1 '' themaelveg oruimi wnn near the man s home. W) A'- I Jam Mm? glad m mil tell nirnt o they Bred upon him. He fet mort- ally wounded. The chief authority 1 ,,f the Milage lat-r was questioned mid men arrest 1 lerehtp of an transportation tlon to the fact that the methods noai one rc.spec,, in tnn or tag- , UIK 44 tl'tjl lilt' l-al III I'll II HOI I IT1 Meter iientdi Um world or i. ( i ; i in the wtfclttt n-i band I mediately .-..nn-ted with hm future 1 : .tt the coneumption ot Kae, : line of the malti are antiqttattd ona it,,r m iti1f of Owtntuv u 'l' ' ' I P I f - I " - all W VI- II , . 1 ' , aX 1 VI f 1SI1 11 II tl a tl-a . .t r. with :,"'., "T ". P'"n vviirm Inter, st , 1 ' " ",m"' ws pcin.i :n ins pos Th. e,., ,,.,, I. Imtt.ll. hi. y ""ng I' H.led . ,11' ,1 lleill m . i a .waited wl-'' i! 'crest The by the il la MR. ROBERT FOWLER, Of Okarche, Oklahoma. Mr Robert I'nvvlcr. Okarche, Okla homa, writes; "To any sufferer of catarrh of the stomach. I nm glad to tell my friends or Sufferer of catarrh that seventeen yenrs ago I wns past work of any kind, din- to Stomach troubles. I trlsd almost every known remedy without liny results. "Finally i tried Pertouv and am happy tn say 1 was benefited by the tlrst bottle, nnd after using a full treatment I was entirely cured "I am now seventy ynrs old. and am In good health, due to always having Parana ut my command I would not think of going away from home for nny leneth of time without taking a bottle of I'eruna along for emergency "Vou are at liberty to use my pic ture and testimony If you think It will help any one who has stomach trouble." They recite the Increase f bn . rormn lustrtci Attorney Jerome f New York .imi Marry Thaw noto riety calls tim present "an extraor ttinafilj weak Congress.' Can he be thinking of becoming a candidate for the next? .' .st and the I any unfortunate i f mai incea, he be 1 and i It (ted be would iv k " - ate enterprise In creating a panic such as en known since the ltlack wreck the s il l as Hot KVtdars whl h came us ht attar the war between the state As rtlaagtee i hie a. the eh I - a eld ba, we ar. of the opinion that A. Jennings . ..J at r ,,,nd electricity ter,d accurately, But any fair-minded rsr per tl who had nny such doubt could J the , hav ein to his own MtlefaetlOO that effi 'his Is tnerelv a popular fallac.v. If est -f transporting It as tustifb-atlon h hnd Visited the water men's meet- for an ihcrenae In the rate. mg There h COuld have seen three glass en ased w ater meters m Dpera ton en display mcng th supply men's boeths Hut if he were ekepin.il after hav-i-g seen that the verv smnllest a-ieam f water cr a great golid ttream la reglateied bf th"aa tht waa au in- ventures In vnrloua countries, and In I Just now it has be, nine known that he I,.,,,. . , k. . , I IS a au-'1 as' i trsit.er of ra-e horses 1 l" The other dav his h.-rae. "King's v.... ., e uepartment and the iin i-aaed Love w "n s end pla- In a race nt , , bteal i Kartaliorst. a aufoirr- or Herlln: and In th, offli lal IIMs the prince wua en. tared a trainer of the animal Portable Boanilanr, A neero troo t ((,,. Tenth cav- altv. Spick-and-span In bis uniform was vvn;klng un "tn side of a si rem m Kogal thi Atiton own that ts unn i.i in mis 1'iiiirr) ami partly it. The railroads should not le r, t 'cl The manager of th railroads "light to know that if thev managed th propertl of their tacti hold era as the VariOUg departments nf the greatest government In the wmld are administered, that they would b In th hands uf a rcslvr within a Tip fur Wamt.ia Ltttl RotlO had beet reproved for I ts table manners h pnpa and :uam mi. He trained his biby stare oi. minima tn ssk "When vnu was n little strl didn't vou ever dtp jroir lett roll In coffee ' So inv dear." with a tinge nf er i handa and never bltr We ha laid it d V ot to tn t Oi e H a gr B ff.lo Lxpraas a- 'e wall g no the Uetloan ailed to the tro.iper V o ' I gOltlg to invade Mexico"" "X", bum." 'he trooper replied "To i going to flghl Mexico?" "No. suh." said '.he tr-mper " hat yon going lo do-" " 11 s-ili oald 'he trooper, push lag n'lt hli hest. "ss BOOB as tbem fo'ks up in Washington gives us or dars we Is hat naturally goln' to take this vers !rder line right up In our op with It unit1 hi on Ik. ni4i . j si lo of the Panama canal." Satur lds U-r-nu.g Post. 0 WEHTWORTH MiuTAar academy unnTO etaiM imrawnment ralea n nna Bftbataa HuNuns 'liiiOLS " Memhaf Nnrlli On leal a.,,.,, o.k I. ..4 C'U'kTea. All A I hi. Ira K'nr.,n,...l.m t2l ftn St CRETAR.Y, 1B44 kVaahlnilon .vs., Laalngtan. Mj. CENTRAL COLLEGE iVii ) for mmx i i on, mo. V Tha Wianan a c,lUa m tha mld-lla a st doing foil nl!aa wort Claaan-al and I.itararr ( -viraa -a Inn lo ,.., Muala. A. I, Sae-aaaia. ana Oa--aaoa Salanx Var, a- t faoultr Mi-larata -hara;,.. Man; fane a Im '.,.. Tor fatal.- AJclrM. t. M. WILLI AMst. K. M.. D. IX, Preslde.t, tl Stale Street. larabsglMa. Mo.