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'Jill1, T I) IjN A i ' " I h t Willi u u, ii ES 11 K , .M , l', '' i , I V H 5 TRAGEDIES IN ONE WEEK IN THIS STATE ' MANY CHILD REM SUFFER IN WHOLESALE VISIT OF DEATH ANtiFL hii in Instantl) it happt in ii to Im tin Kim itmi ii fi v. ii ago kllli 'I Hi I lags') I l)f 1 'Ii Hi I. CORE 10 HE TO OOULDM J' LOCATE WRECK itltnr Tin r i m w In I, Ion Urcuri'ril Im 'Ml. i INJURIES CAUSE DEATH Ono 0 i i i i Occasion- Death "I Two Pit: .oii.i ut Cbfl I dlw In Very Short Tim nKI.Alfi '.m a crrv, Juni ( Dpi i in l i in ,i irli nf accident I thf stale during 'In pest aeek ft'. I latlini ut e i lalmi il I. , ill nth, i in mini u.m inn uvor bj h iriiln nl I re Otic hm I In- died from Injuries i nulled A null- mil, hlplnK In will) II tS 1 V - Ut 1 1 1 K UtechllH! .' ,ic i vn, Two ti" ll.nl llf II 1,111,1 .I i iii Rtesmet i .in hull of i In- lim i in u i ' I m.i .i n invMstlirstlng " i ni nl ijnarlne Hlfd g SStuhl Ii occurred about in I he north or STRENGTH OF HAYE8 OA US ES BLOT) SENATOR TO CHANOE PLANS 10 USE BRIAN LETTER w. j tin..-, a Vi k'.i BndorM mrat to th Senator From Oklahoma liiiiomtlou Wtu'tlnAm IVimlM ISO, Mil IM, ir, unit M, 1 1 i i ma Un-, Suit i -, in fine w si- i ii I wlfwfctll H'l'l i intiuit (.rain i i i fcVr, I13.AO, IIS! h. sun in IBS, father Gather, was rut t mil' nt Tunis Viilli'V anil tin- lit hel nl Chandler worn Instantly Mind hi Uiu ' At i 1 1 Mi i Ink, Rubei t i HP i i . Iivin. nt llavldson, attempted In hoard R fri lulu train Ho missed hlH foul inn mill wm.s thrown under thn train linn let; wtM cut nit by the tehuol and the nihi l mangled ru badly it aim thnughl It Would be n Mary I" amputate it Oliver died, however, from thi effect of tlir Injuries Nriir Cherokee, Cluytun toultrep uiin returning home with n load of twine HI little 6 year old boj i i in r wiiKon and had som to ileop The Uttlu fellow was Jolted so in- fell Under tin- whuele before hi father Itnt'w It The 1 1, i wuN in i l 'it nrii.ll ami died In a short lime Vein Mi Garland, lln littlu h i at old daughter of N Mi I'm land, m ar fjerhcr, was helping, hi't father In the Wheal field The little i:li! was rid lilt; the nff Irani to tin binder when tlir iIuk.'i i hi .i i ibbll undei i he hornet' feel The borne bei frightened and tin yn I lumped but i ll hi neatli tlir l H in 1 1 i Kill's left iii'iii was 'Hi off In low nlbow, the ih ii I' Hi.- 1 1 k lit b turn ult. ami bur l K ami bi h I cut Kail h lived t - 1 1 1 bun w have bail tn be uiiiputittcd She lull l h il In a holspltill, I'Ut .In ,1 K I After. Peg simi ii mil Prank Mann I nit, tWO biijs. in'lr IiuiiIIiik all'l II'. I II R Men Your Needs for Your Summer Vacation can Best be Supplied Here at the Palace WALKED INTO BRAZILIAN LEGATION AT OKLAHOMA CITY YESTERDAY ' " iuhimi- it 1 III in UNAWARE HE WAS WANTED Said He Was the Mexican Tenth Liberated Prison on of June From the Tli" II i i 'i ri worm a bat iliuself I ' mar Pauls all. Till v II nl rifle nn d were playliin 1 1 i Manning n lined the rttli ut ami told him I" throw up hi Tbr w eapon .11 duu ii . i r Simps,. n t, dead, Ihu biillv ft. el under bis r . , Qooi ri I la i i is and anothi r Wolo hunting near Ph indb i turning boiite llarrlH' younger hi Joined the other two H uns- mill aanlnn had uiud ins last ahull and u.sk. ,1 fni am, i her nnd In ii llai rls Hutched i nn hi pocket to gel H hut '"'II I" Ro wn) and was ili.s 'bai ,.ril Thr load Btruek him In the aide of the fare ami tore it away, killing bun WOXOMH'U, Cll'V' m 10 sum ( rr . June li i Alearee, thn Mllplnu HBi'vanl i '.'in Ituah of ibr United Blal in ship I'Torlda, foi horn i h l depai 1 1 M hi ai w uahltiglon in I n ii'ii, w n Iked uiin i hr i ii i inn today ami Inn nduri i ihu mlulHti r. The l 'lllulnu ilm Bantlagu uillltarj ptluon . HI a I ' It I u luaili- till' hill ' ' conllued In the bauarliN Of rcglimltt. I'n may IS Im was re tno. ii i.. Bant lago prhton g I earn !..inl he wag tried and ar u ' I Klllplno knows llttlo BpauUh. Ai thi nr. II. ui with I he A null, a n III v RH) inn h. lofl Vera t!ri t.. look for a I . I Mexico l.itj tomorrow for V'. ra ai ompanled by .. ngpt wnia I hi ii- i, si i inr n in Have i Re ithei I i reven ,l Btntt M.'Mi i and wai till! 'li It I OK I. A II' it A PJTV, .tun' 1 (BpC" lal i Mini Htatgg Bgnntoi T r. .. ii hag ravnraod his former declaton i.. remain in WaHhinKion nnd attend in im. "manifold iiuUm in tin Inter- inin of tin farmera" mid bus deter mined ai last in come tn oiUnhoma and i""i after hi piraonal fenoe. The increaaeS gntivlty of Judfffl B, W, ii .us wh,, is after Unre'g toga and the Inauguration of active hnatllltleH mi the pari nl' I'halhH HlrW'alt nt limit alHo aooki'ng the neaj of the i Hi .1 ri iinini has diaturhed 1 1 1 - in urn in a point where hu can no lona;er sit eagily in his gwlvol uhatr In SVajih liigtnn, i'riend nf Senator Qore have been uikihi- him for govern! week tn .111.1 a IMI M 1 r Ml MIS I Rtateaman lias up tn n liny or two ago, cJelml'tiii that numerou official duth would keep bun in WanhlnRton, Benatoi Qore, however, Raw Hilly llryan ami the latter equipped mm wuii a I. it. i which read a follow; Mv Dear bli I have just learned through f 'nugtoRwinaJi Oldfleld that Mm Intend l leave Inn in a day or iwn iii enter your campaign la Oklahoma- l wiitr to exprea my regret that circumstance call you away at tins time a your presence here would continue tn contribute much tn the ' im - s of the administration program. I I reallge, however, that we ran bet ter afford to dispense with your ser vice for six week now than the country could afford i" dispense v. ith .'..ii service.! for six years to come. I bops mi will find lb" sltuatio i en tirely BntUifactory. In case nf your nomination you ran rely upon mv i i .I i ring the fall campaJgn. I have no I'.- ii imi tn nit, i fei i in local af fairs, but Ilm people nl' 'I, I. ih. una ml welfare my motive, nil If nued be "W. J. BKYAN." Benatnr i lore will come to Ok laho inn ciiuipped witii thr roregolng note iii. in Secretary Hryan which amount I !" ' strong endorsement for the blind I senator. Rome surprise is expressed in political circles and some Indlgna-I I linn ha been occaelonod In the ninltH ! "f the Hayes and Btowart men that I Hryuu should take sides In the Okla homa primary camoaivn ami niili.rui aspirant a against srrKiti tin. sen- W ill pi m r illll- SUMMER SUITS FOR WORK OR PLAY lluudrt'da of tbeui to pick- fj'om Mohairs, Palm Itant'h, Crasheg, Serges, aud Boorei of tuop uui wcighj ftiliHcs, $7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 to $20.00. Shirts for Outing Wear Btarffhlosg Shirts -not)) (wuifortable. in fine silks, soisettea. fine mtul- ii evei'y t I'Opl- ser- rafl, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 to $6.50 Trousers for Summer Wear il wenhi fabric thai is stylish, cool viceable, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $j.00 to 8.50 Fine Straw Hats Panamas, and other Bnm-nu-r fats, 50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $3.50, $1.00, $5.00 to $10.00. Oxfords for Dress Wear Outing Shoes, Ten uis shoes r.u' men or boys, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $0.00 to $7.00. Hokltrwof lln-nry for tin Kntirc I 'lmi- I'or tlie Boyi ash Mills, P a I 111 ij-nrii suits. Straw Hats. 8tHrta In ..ri al arictj . 1 1 m STATEVIDE GOOD ROADS CONVENTION MEETS IN OKLAHOMA TODAY one l '. tnocratli ail othi rs who atorhu. Thr Hryan note i" no small asset in i he lore tbly was devised for I to arrive r three day. mber of spi . ches Of the SESSION IS ON 1 1. ii k on in ati a Hours An palgn ami piol ii. at purpose. Senator Gore is expo In i iklahoma w Ithin two llr ha bookt .1 a nt in the state Includ rourtn 01 July at Clinton. I'audi datea who ar. opposing the guberna torial aspiration nf Judge K. U Wtl lliima are somcwhal disturbed, fear ing that the blind, senator will ilimw the weight .r his personal influence '. '" furthorani ' thr so-called ..I i w llliams combination. There inn hr question that the adv. nt i thr blind senator Into the primary impuiKu win oven tntngs up in tin- ' li ca mp ami mart he fr " 1 ral differei i directions. OZARK TRAILS PRODUCED Movement Liiu.ited in Tulsa Will Become Very Popular; Tourists Interested i OKLAHOMA i IJTY, June 22. - (Spe elali. A large attendance Is expected tomorrow nt the state-wide u-'iml mads convention, whlcn will meet In thr .-in-embly room of the i Chamber of Com merce ai : ii o'cloi l. Tuesday morning;. The 11 ting was called by the dele gates) tn the convention at Tulsa on May 2ii-:!7. from what Is Styled iim "The ( 1 arlt Trails ' portion of the Mate. The delegates at that conven tion, believing that tin- work should be made state-wide, effected a tern porary organisation, with w. j. Mii- burn, Mllburn. Oklahoma, as presi dent ami Alfred Hare, Oklahoma, City, as secretary and called a general meeting hero on June 23 for the pur pose of making 'i permanent organ ization, of electing permanent officers a id iiiviny thr work increased im pel us. The following have been Invited tn either come as delegates or to be rep resented at the meeting: County com missioners, township trustees, street commissioners of towns and cities, del egates appointed by mayors nf towns and cities, every owner of an auto mobile, every automobile dealer, of flcers of the various g I roads or ganisations, presidents and secretaries nf commercial organisations and nt hers interested In having as first i laaa system of pood roads through out the state. After effecting permanent organ isation, tin convention Is expected to Lake up the questions of the best, most effective and satisfactory man hern of constructing satisfactory dirt roads, the question of getting thn I Legislature to repeal the present road law aiiil to enact one that will plane to building ami maintenance of emm- j ty roads In th hands of the eou.'ity I commissioners In place of township officers as at prevent: It is contended hy thus,, who fine" studied the matter tnat it is impossible to get good roads istrueted or even maintained in tins state uader the present law, ex eept by public subscription. There MAI VOT lv im in I i',s, i, i Proportion of self manufactured parts determines " Bil " quality and va'i.e The sssemhier mikes none on the pat ts In his i si . th semi manufacturer makes some Ira wai ami in 1'rp.il I Itomls. ' ii inline low ti ected Btudehaki for the ii ski s all n il is Studrbaker six to begin it Ii I ii 2 I hu i . 1 Vdl 111 I is will lea v e I I 11. l, lata i ' pair and protect that railroad to later i:i pn ceed In th din ctlon of Purifies Uoo4 With Telling Effect Gives Conscious Evidence of its Direct Action. ' M 1 ai l, jUM tS. At an infor mal heai ing todaj bi fore KederaJ J .! Walter II. Ban bom, the aues in n f the tidy isabilitj ,,f paying out ' "."mii. sis months Interest on the refunding bonds of the Bt, Louis and Sail .'rancbico road, were discussed ; KoIm 1 1 w siker of St. Louie renre etlng '..i holders, Informally re- 'i'" " ' "" "lll'l I,. onl.-r the pay. mill. Judgs Ban bom said that since 11 ;' ' 'i "inns or the property show a tailing off, a do these ,.r other rail- ".ins, n in,, ii,, ,i,o ii for tn oi me i onas wet would deny It. pin im nt Hindi' formally, he Vt aiiaillak.-r s MntStllH! I.llilo. lieil ilAMMON08lOHT, N v . June It 1 lie America, Rodman fVanama i ft ' flying boat, built to attempt a night in loss the Atlantic was . : hed today oa Lake ICeuks M, h '' ' Uasaon chrtsti ned the Vi.vsel. I 'in mi II Curt ta, d.sijru.ir ami 1 di i' ..i the machine, ami ! John ' " ii i one and m orge Hallett 11 puou win. will umlnt.ikr i 'i i ' I in .1 in th A ti .al I I'lp w : GENERAL PANCHO VILLA, WHO HAS OPENLY BROKEN RELATIONS WITH CARRANZA the - 1 In the in Sen, i foi the Btudebaker Proof Iveok ilea, rth m- Bt mii hali i r manufacturing r o b Duron I'imk rearing rr ft i BIX ro'irlnr Itr r; 1 1 X l..i .Jin gssdrtst i -" six itin nun: ion: trton3 II 1 O'V. '.i. ut fin. s ',. ( ,, r.niiiiiil.-v. 1 u "' MKK. .1 m. il !, rrnona I" " " " ' ' Paid b the Amen. ..n Can I'ompanj ti -e. ra KaltJmore can 1 ' ' : t t thi lr pis ii t s, according to ; 'm J 1 hen today before Rxamtnet i ard Hui ker in the fed. rut suit i ui-- H l.lon of the All i oi Black Krefce teetl '; I that about iTse.oee was paid for ml Indianapolis fae i " s ol t hat eom ern ri ", iTtboi : I aggearsBf cx tko iraplloas tbsnses over R I : ' r.' s im a 1.4 i Nil iii s g. B. which a . Hit setfva i i'.' body tu t: e l..iihy aal j ulltlou Mlee i iiuu nf in aws nn ii RutriowBt that j la why It rtgaaefstt t;;.. i,. 4 (apply; Why ! it has 'i a ireatsBssaM It in oi r. Illue I'lilo I'e.I'M K vNB tfi CITY, Juni : tlfl then oppottonta and them ind l ktuall and as as, 2 i'eirid- outplaying team, the oi im. Kansas i'ity country null defeated the ycllowhammer of 'he same club in the fust tnatrh of tb Uiurnament f thi- Western etr- i t of the National Polo nsoctatlon today 11 i 2 to 6 3 4 li.nn Prevented IVnnta May KANSAS I'ITY IH" June alaj 'ii. iaa, pugiis. au.l ail skis Showers today made it inipoaalblc to .it piay in IBS eenrrni west tennis . . implonahtp for women here. Plag probably will begin tomorrow. Livingston Motor Co. lllit and Main Streets Mil, Uhla. "Quality Production of Quality Cars' Aud la rsgsnamliig i .0 tlaut . B, stt a rapid and post tire RtU (dotal rBr, ; up. a a:: thost hrttatlni stflaaaeea that anr rsennstlsn, sere thi nt, a.'.ia rye, "M nf wiugh'. Wn. I t (est, aud lit nrarliif, ,.f : , ,.. ' ti, n that la r"ti rally ptpertaired n -. :ng frn-r. o-t a ts.ii its, h k a' say dreg store, ar,i in 1 f.-w ssya jn I will 1 , r hMl Mghl and tg but you mil Im- tli yirtsn of . 1 I k la press red or'-. ia the lal .1 -. 1 TI t Re s, . . i. 1 , , Mi slft Bldg., Atlanta. .. n,aintala a T' rT 1' 'i Ued ral DasartSMat, where stt she Ull anr ;,;, J dinnrdi-r nf a itubb.'ru nat-.irr mat Tl! frwlt Lr aitil,-c and a Isrlal h,ii ,f htatrVCtRM H K g la arid .riTt a nf n. hy drii lliaaa. iepsilisasi and rat stall auixtuutc lh set sceepl ibrm. VvlaUir and Psa ngvr iniini. KT PRTRItSBURO, June 22 A Rni an military aviator, Lieutenant Bortatewsjky, and a passenger wars kelled today by the fall of a biplane smihim iid Much lattiagc. C' M l AIHI 'S, O., June 2? Fiorina tn central Ohio today injured a acorn Of parsons and damaged thousands of dollars srorth of property a tornatle in Shelby countv terrorisaa sitlsans of Qalncy, a Villa rf SUO population Many had narrow BSCSPea kleverul building wit flsStttlJSg. ' '. H -ItassssslsssssR-sl MrUsaSSSSSSBBau .- rSJSSSSs! BSSSBBBBSSSsV BSSSW - lBH BssffsssssssssBssssW-. Bssnsssss! Lssssf ,Thi3 jar stays sealed absolutely air tightuntil you want to open it. And it is us easy to open as to close. Raise the spring! Tlui is all yrni have to do. The top is all glass absolutely sanitary. Atlas E-Z Seal Jars are made of green glass to exclude the lighj and prevent discoloration. Th 0 mouth is extra wide almost as w ide as the jar itself so wide that you can put in plums, apples, pears, peaches, as w ell as corn, tieets, tomatoes and other Vegetables, without cutting them. In thar way flavor and freshness are retained. Made in half-pint, pint, ijuart and half-gallon sizes. Most grocers gel E-Z Seal Jars, li yours dues not, let us know. n rile ftt ' ink of recipts. pages; 6o rtcipti. Sumt by Marim HtrUmt some ly fiwious Virginia cooks. Hamilton Coupons ate packed in these ar. HAZEL-ATLAS GLASS CO. Wheeling, W. Va. Member of Rice Leaders of the World Association. JV.ut A'.W fetr j: on write fleures in columns and then you add them. Every business man does. That's whv you have a vital interest in the new Remington-Monarch Addiig and SubtracrinTypewritcr (W'ahl Adding Mechanism) "The machine that thinks," one user calls ir. Better still it8thenwhinethttMwAvfgfej. Ittrnnb so accurately tnat it will detect errors, prevent errors, and stop the leaks in every branch of your Recounting work And t hen it cuts the labor in half. low ? By (ombininz two operations m mt ( wnUnf, an(i computing). " Consider your hills, your statements, your order work every tuna orwotic you dowhich in volveswritinrrandadiiinrronthesame page. Think what it will mean to you to cut this labor in half, and, inad- dition, stop all errors and all chance of errors. A demonstration i. yotirt for thr Mktne;. No pbligstion tovolred. Or, if youwi.h to read mors about tUa sttsst Mogsrcb development imd its uses, send forournewbook let, Writimm. A. .v... sw as (je Machine. Monarch DsWAgtaonrt n Remington typewriter Co. i fcni in, n IB id 3M aBti UJMMB5 -t.fi-' - Usaf UHji,1,,,1 114 E. 2nd St. Tulsa, Okla. itAMCHES NEUtMLClA AN0 LA GRIPPE LrLV - POPALLhsMN AaK Your nntsritt For A-K T.Mett. He Will Sell Th-n. In An f).i . i, . P.S. A-K SALVE CONQUEKS SKIN TROUBLES' will ba quite a nutnber of addresasa I anty ,.f bank deposits was ,1 f. , . various Phsses of the work, also nn t uiu in ,,. , J' ' the leKal probletns, by eminent au- ! I ) n Vote .f ,0 la 23 ,, ? ,, irf S tiiorities. 1 1.' i. ,i., ,. . 1 - " !!? motion to CLOUDBURST IN iLiii. v. 1 :. l.imr:r - sction t on mat mere will ,r .-, o KANSAS. lln" 1,1 "i laesloa of the legislature. i'it- pn ri nt State l I'mler , ' w 8 11 ail douhl of th. fnrt that Paneho Villa had "" ' 1 11 ' I rebel control In northern Mexico In an open break "'' ' ' ' ' ' u dUBBpatad lute Wednesday nlaht wlien ft hsnSBIB known ' ;' irders thirty of CairattSas sahSSBk at Juarez had been "',' ''1 "" 1 ' ' under heavy suard to Chihuahua rity. It is the plan tu i.j inesi i anarg to Villa's headquartars at Tunaug KorthcAst Pari ol tin- W aler. KANSAS C1TT, June li. DoaaflJ of ercek.i .md rivera In BtBfthaast Kan a;i today left llielr bunkf and flooded the surrounding country a a result nf the haaviest raiiiB in yara that fell l..at ninht and early today. In 'he vl rinily of Potter, Kan., It In. In s of rain Ma reported nnd at Valley PallS the preeit.lt. it). ni waa nine and three elsbtha Inches. Railroad traffic la demoralized, l'our lines hav unnuiled tbelr trains. Many towns are Isolsted as the rnsilll r.f water-rn red tr.irka and ile- Rtroysd hrldgS and It probably will be teveral da before normal ratl- wiij aerv ice is renusMS. Huts are down in many pin, i s. Whole wheat flelda were aw. pt away, mm damaged and inurh llvr ftork luat. Dofentetl OsBSOBBSt Hill. BATON ROUOK. Juno II Tha KchWlOg till, providing for the Cuar- Rattleeiilp . to s,n I WASlllMiTiiX, June U -All ,,. battleship i sVra Hrus ex.n,,, the New v,jrK rltl so to see tomorrow for i, ,Miiiiirai li.iil,- iniii- ill. i tie fleet will I ' ported ft turn Friday. ft Stop I'twt Tort tire i forna, ( allona,., nnnlen. rr.,at-l,lt, .. A Rhtasl Nf.nt reat, Aapo,,nr r aum ihb In a warm t,n,x l.alti B,,. . .i.i.i relief iru.i frssjasats lirlnj. . ,., ,.,lr, (let m c bui s au dru atut.