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THE T'.'I.SA DAILY U(jliLi, T II r K DAT, JULY 2 3. If II IMSl DAIIV WORM) lul- isiij:m M'Olln I'.' ' I H I l I! w 1:1 'i vi:k iu i i DAYS I'-lliliK iKn lluMi.lt, f-l MM Willi Mi. Ill ( ll Huertii 1 I I riT. ,iii, Plaint! 1 mini li "mill Carolina mid Uorgia imii iuii' UmuiM Iiik'uI limine ! by human achiovement, it la n wtlon ..f imii a i. ii j.st t'Mt small to i measured when compared with the ruotnte gealngic :iki during wim-h pertain ! Hi.- ancestors of the "; i i -I irn timet tree were living along uur Atlantic tweet The ancient wag etatlon v.huh Kreu In South t'aro Una and Georgia during I ppar Cnt- is and Boi ana mm' or, ;u gaol ogleta atate, at iwu several million yeara aura baa bean mada tin- mtt- Bdww 1 wiii.it Berry, a rt port .ii i' !i baa Juat been publiahod ii the i nitrd States geological I irvey of them- foaall fl--r i tb nf tha Up- h indrad ipeeiaa uf it holly extinct plants, and a.s Iba majority "f thoni ., im i.. I laved Lo havt been traoa oi shruba, it is Interesting to compari them with the Vegetation now living the m me ana. In addition to tha aeiuoia or "bin tree," now confined to tha I aclfli . , , uit, iliera were ' hree klnda o ... nun nr Norfolfc I: land pinea, uliicli ai tha preaenl time live milj In youth Anuria and Australia; pine with the leaven in eluaters ol iraa aa In tha llvlim pitch pina, an. . enter lli apt til I elty i;i atmply bona i about jfopata? An. I wliil .iliuiit '? t.s llm .Ir',:,nt i. .ll.. .1 ' ..r af i. ii in i 1 deciduous in aoii ii ..SI 1. ajTot-li iin i v in Ilka trees whleh widely Hpi. ad over tin now oaUnct, Then i!i palm with vary largi a ita perfaapa i he reraoti , palmet i ... Ainong i in iln 'Hi ware wax her i i w.i k mils, walnut, w.ih I. .nr. narrow .1' Hi. type nl' tin' living . Ireea of man) kinds nuiKnotlaa Among Uu nr shrubs there wore i : ,iiiiiiius ), hltiat awaal and cinnamon nenr niM con Fined to i he i Hit , i . . kinds of cucalypt us pii nentutlves nf which . . to Australia. Tim ra of tin- persimmon nt. as well aa a mini iid thai are without 1 ll' VUII'MI (,,, i rrana i pa i t v i l 'rom iin taieful study ..f tins an i. flora which has been pruaerved I..". i ffirm ni the rocka, it hiu n possible, i draw oertain triuii thoiiKh apparently raaaonaMei elusions us In Hi.' condition! which prevailed in So ith Carol Inn ami tienr Kia when it wan growing, Those In (lleat e thai shallow aeaa extended in land over loo mllea from tha pros i nt 1 1 uu v.i . . thai i here waa a considerable elevation and relief r the I'iedmoni urea to th. wesi; that tin- river Krndienta were hitch ami iiw Ktrcumi numeroua and more oi ten torrential In character; and thai no i" were v ..in; Biong tha lower courses .'f th' st i . a ms. i ll. foaall pi rns Indicate that then was a mil. I though tint a strictly trop leal climate, without marked seasonal rhangea in fact, there is no evidence ;ii . i froai ". irred. Tha rainfall wa: abundant, as shown by the general Rhuriictei of tin n.ra. aa well as by certain featurea obeerved on Home o Hi. I. avm ami known aa the "drip pimr polnte," The later nr rtocetto flora has tieen iiln dn- 'nund only in the atata .if Georgia mi la relative y am all, us it mini in. I ir- ban only it apeciaa. Ml tin i lea lepresonl northward mlgranta along the BJooene seae.in.si from Kquatortal America. They in elude Weal Indian palms, plants n Ihe wonderful maagaowe arrawipa that skirt the i dal "horea in the tropica a both hemlspherei ami remains of th. lateful to '-"'i'1, far a whaaa aaaaaat-day des- n i. mis i. an a irrrKni'ioiis exist, i . e ,1 U l.u ..f th,. ( ..I cruah aone All tin Koeeim plaata an ' ';" "i the I' lorn tit keys. Antillenti tney will per- ,e unable t.i put usltlon, nr they air imiiils to ac uta an. I let tha a free hand: ' he pai i hiutory i.riKand evoluuoniBia foes n ..f i lie Eapal i iff, for tn stop will aava to fail sources of hei- i s dial i I i hi ii i UtL VV i 1 1 1 1 1 City News In Brief I Buy Now and Save Money BuyJIeiand GcHhc Besl Suit Pants Sale Sale ;; $10.00 Z $2-25 ' 1 :t.:iR $2.95 .suits ' - - - raniH i 'ir $l()-05 f:Z .75 $20.00 S $4.65 ir.... $23.35 S $5.85 Consult Our Windows Before You Buy li. ' 'H EA iHs dlatrlet paaai nu-r . i i' Southern Railway com i iny, who engineered th.- api cial train from Tul . n tha Inauguration I I'reaident W Maori .mil aeveru! othar xpecial eacuraiona from Tulsa, wao m t.'. city yeati rday an buaineaa, THE EXCHANGE NATInNAI. I ank i bavin i, Inatalled an inter coinmunieatlng 'jyatem of telephones 1 it has pit' ail the department except Hie tail) r and off:.', is on tha aauond tioor, There an: is phonea whi-n rciiulra t.ltOO cunnec. Lioda lo Install. imOE BAMl.'l i, w, HATES i an- II date lor i initod States genator igatna) s- nator Thomaa !' a. n did i "t apeak in Tulsa last niuht, accord Ins in sched tie Word was r calved) n ihe afternoon that he wuld not c bare last niKht, but would speak in Tulsa. Jul. i nr. in. Ii ltl'iUl.ATION provld-li i i.e recmired ' I I" show their ttcketa before boarding t'risco tralne ha him ,..i . ..... . Kowever paaaengora who hoard trains' wiui. uu ti.-ii.iM win i.e required to i paj .'1 .''.'s p r mile cash fare in-' stead ! iin- regular S-cenl rate as by ticket E. w. BRINK, aoclallet lecturer, a'hci waa arreatod aaveral times foi holdln i ttnga here, and win. waa ens. .i ley rtie p.iiiee of being a mom. ir of ihe Industrial Workers ..f the World, is now holding moctlnga at Semi Sprites. Whore ll IHIlither ,.,' gin s pi , ui workera ami other union a. .ui reaida, . von TRYINu lo kick in tit door al the home nf Utile McNeil, his 'inorg uiatic" wlf . Frank Jacobs, colored, was lined io in the muni cipal nmrt . sit r.iay morning. I Jacobs waa kicking vigorously at the door f the honae when thi offlcera appeared mi tha scene, according to ii slim. my riven in t lie caae. m "TH PRICE, 18, ol Bdmond, I Okla., whistled a popular air when Judge Clark In the municipal court i .'si. rd. i morning sentenced her to .in daya In Jail for lewd conduct. An eCnrl will be made to cither send the Kirl back to her parents, or mil h. r In Hie Industrial home for uirls at Oklahoma City. H. W. Warner, who waa arreatod with tier, was fined Iin DESTITUTE and friendless', lira Almedia Roberta, 21, and hor two children, one :i months old and the i ti er :i years of age, was taken care of by Police Mntion Iradley yeater day. The children were later placed In i he iletentl.m home. An effort will h.' made to find employment and a tome for the woman, who came to Tulsa from Alt us. Her buaband is deao. m 11 II im yiE wulill paiy Wssmv eceimis ai pcaMimi31 Mir (cllceainii (LdMe ira.o lif ilinii to Gte bmh a MEET I N't J "f votcri In precincl Np. 1 wis h"ld last nik'ht mi the Itepe of the Convention hull, for the pur poe of diacuaalng the initiated hills which will be voted on nl the primary in Almost. Precinct Inapector J A Evana called the meeting and praalded over It S.. far as Known, he Is the only election inspector In the state who h..s complied with this provision i f the atate election law. BBC A I BE ahi of ago when d March and did i i onaanl aa i he I it II ... Powell w a divorce m tin St.'in'.'v Powell. The evidence shewed that Mrs Powell had lever lived with Ii. r Ire hand and thai he had never contributed to hat support, she was granted the divorce and r bar maiden nami of Beaele was only 16 yeara e was married last .a have her parents' lew provides. Mrs. is yaaearday granted superior court from tared to Taylor. j correction All the other candidate! 'for the office arc either preacher! or married women. Chariaa Paso of tins city la an onthuaiaatic supporter of iMiaa Briley'a candtdacy, ll. EDINO, cook tor a hoti I al Wist Tulea, was fin d lor di unlienm ss In Ihe uiunieipal eouit yesterday morning. HiH employer told the . uurt I that lading bacanta Intoxicated w hile cooking a meal and let tha victual! burn up. Another meal hud to ba in pared w hile Biding was being taken i to the polii e .station. !W gov- , ,. th. Ir nrklng lime, It w ho'! start. ,1 i m I ' the Atlantl In ami ' pa .lust tin ! "f II Ini A Phlludi Iphla mom ml 1 I . h- the breaking of her garter, If they must ..ii, aln ml. I W Writ lir a long lime ,,.,) ,,n. lntral American shores will reign In the land and rl.arlj in.) .ate that in ml.ldl. Thej have the fihi- th cltaMta of Haorgta jwas much warmer than It was either and i iceful put Ita luring the Pppar Cretaceoua epoch p reaaing "r '" prc '" I Professional paper 14 is a technical is in the. oommann daacrtpt on of the fossil plants of ttu and popularity of area ami the jreoloirto lines Healed. .-. op) can Be I uned free upon uppu- dli until hlms.lf to cation to Ihe director of the Kculogl- in many who botteaa ca) lurve) Washington, i. 0, i.r an 1 the disposition siuac-lt We the pole v "f the censlllii irernment, f.-iiitni; in which iboul I ll's v pole w ul besit p. aal up a ten - yhe day f his own and pinnae the But Ihe sk sa Many it .lei ki; . . .1 r ...! av laaalaa .line, thai . wtih a munumeni fund, aetiouslj , rip Iplln Ki Paah'a reputation f r ijciu' roaaguif sinus. 1 1" mi meat rellei In aavan atatag, i.tn! itaajgeaaJun the thing! we iliink I " think hard enouuh. rid Is rim hi attggna ir.iivs its curtain each, . rain, Bo, thercforat the foolish hull in savs "a had dai" land proceeds In hie "the had dav. bat few trust Into, md liruffli and urow llnfily you w.,lk has on tha hearts of his'""" " beautiful day And ii hen you I m ta in.' mm ' ano eneeieis .tioiip 1 tn iv 1 1 exit Ihe v ruff and grow 1. Every tlnu you do good thine or fluence influence! toe same thing. raatlon thai it iU use t he Itlfl whether you use omebedy else, tor .,,. .'ii.ii- 1 1 . ii- er Idlers. It u Waal ta he happy, he happy. If you want to he su ssful. ba su. - , . si U. Whatever .u want la te and whatever yon lona to o,'. Itva it ami v.-u "ill be, Atlanta Cenatitutiua. . i nr. at ll -nipt ition anai i t.. his country led tie attitude of i the Mexican nation. an .I., no less pow Iliad thin I sole, bod) Sa m iiiet malt, l s n. . k itlnn yi I ui t "c eniaaiisltment or a tn at I'hst hn been the al I a. le Hani all alonn. al- igh . u inetin.tis ..r earryMg tnt . poll, i have heen seierely crtti .1 and pi ,.i'li Justly so. The aidant'! attitude bag been such J'n World-Sun Want Ads AI. .1 JENNINGS, the "Beating Back" candidate lor governor, Is being) Begad b) hi! supporters here to re turn to Tulsa and make u one-day amass of the county in an automo bile before the primary election. They claim that ionaringa has made hun ilnus of votes l.v his tio previous spceehea here and that a whirlwind campaign of the count "ill uiie him a I ig vote in Tulsa e,mnt. An ef- fori Is also being mad. to have Al bert T I'alri. k speak in Jenaiags' behalf. BBN P KAMSi'Ai.E, well-known j Tulaa attorney, who died al a aoapftat here last Week was butli d hurled In Oaklawn cemetery yaaterday aftar not B, fallowing I brief funeral service' at tra Stanley a UcCune cbapat Be-.; Percy Knickerbocker of the Boat on avenue M St, ahurch offtciatod, The funeral waa held under tha aajaplcea of membara of tha Tulsa bar. many of whom were warm personal friends of the dead llllltl. Itallisdale's wife I ami relatlvoa nt the eust refused ti atti ml to the burial. A FAMINE Ut PENNANTS has been announced m Tulaa, No doubt his is the in eutest per nan! town In the I int. d State" of Its si.e. but due possibly In an item recently published by the cotnirmr -nil club authorltlee, ani'iiiiiaglni people who left tn ear I, ids on their vacation! ta decorate their loach with Tulsa pea nan ta ami let the world see where they were from, a fattUfl I .1 pennants has heen report. .1 The Secretary af the com- merClal Club Wli consulted yesterday by phone as t. where Tulsa pennant! could be bought, ItOROTHT ntt 1 1 .Kit. who came Into preaalu. in.' s.ime time gn over no .. ,. gad aaaa iM amltted upon her i" n !. iihoma t'ilv liotel hv O. A. Ileetver funis r president of the state i I ..i agriculture, is in Tulsa this week, preparing an active stale. wide . ..ii i aicu iii the interests of bar aaat did i for the n amenta tin aomina Uon for commJaatoaef af ehMttM and AFTER MAhUNfJ four unauccnaa ful attempts to secure a marriage licenae on account of tha apparent under age Of the bride to be. liussell Harril, tl, and M.ss Willie It. Urlffln were yesterday granted a licanae by the clerk of the county court. Miss Uriffin insisted i hat slie was IS years ..I. I and her paaeietenca finally wore down the oppos.ii.m of the clerk. Other niarriage ileanaaa were yeetor day laaued to William E Bejuala, 11,1 and Miss Kannle Muck. Is. huh of I Tulaa, and f ar. oiee ) Bold. 22, audi Mrg, Hazel C, Ereeman, ll, both of I Tulsa. JEFF SHl Bl'M and Has Brown. I ail. md f org era of the Prairla oil a (las Co.'a payroll to the extent of j sen ml theueand dollars, i lew moatha I , ure under arrest at Fori Worth, I Texas. Both pleaded iruittj to forgery charge! in Texas, it is said, and re- , en, d aentencea of dx ie..rs each ml ihe Texas penitentiary, Brown hi i Mrvini ins aantenoa, while ahurum I hub returned to -Toilet, HI. to serve three and ono-balf wars of n former enlenee. He was n fugitive from ' Illinois at the tune af ins capture in Ti xas. Both men Wit be tried an I the Prairla forgery charge when their Other t' Tins expire. What n rrce Mcana Lo x,.n. Man that is bom of woman ia, thank heaven, aver under the nccea- slly of attempting to Imitate what his btajg ami heart ate to admire m the win Id about him. Itisiini tr . v lie turns toward the irue, toward the beautiful, .is a flnwr t a- . -t Hie stir., and even as the i Mil gluae under the soft sprll .,f nliahl s. does a map's eachatic nature take to its aecret aaurlntaaieM Lfiuea aubtia spiritual food! that ,t find! n 'he is Ions of other men. One might well Illustrate ", .i... velepmenl of the an Instaart through the suiKie . hangi my, , .. . ,t . titud. toward a tr. . To ttitf first Ml tiers tree were enemies, in th of wresting a living from lbs s.ul They extirpated them, raet and branch, as they did the Indian iili.r- Iglnea, Then mm the lenbermaa or the farmer appre. itmi that this was the nnlj- ern) win. ti t. pould reap rtthoul aowiag, athleb mean I aelp in paying ..ft the raortgaga with aa aa af his bran ; lo lb m, traea is ,; , HOTEL POWHATAN .WASHINGlON, DC. i LL OfAMERCAH H In city whti'ff foot hottlt b ;.i.J, the Puwhatftn heads the It it fint in the heart! of lu couDti ymen. si Tilt? V' avAaaW KMatC elusive, md rfilful. Its cicel lent luctttiort on Jerin jylvani Avenue, 18th ul H Mretts, make it a iImm jIV hedtiiur Itn for bridal couplri, toumt MM'fi, conventions. Schools and rnltmi t The Powhatan attrtrt! the people of culture ami education, its i r 'aimiijr to State. War and Naw beuartmenta. lo to manf poinii of historical interett MftMl Matt h"'el earriallr at tiactiT to a uVcTintMiating pub Tha Powhatan offers rooms ith detached bath at $1 SO. 2 00 and up. Rooms with pri vate bath, $2 50, 1 00 and up. Mte for booklet with map CUPPORD V I KV. IU. Manager. ignlBcaal onh when ripped Into lum- ler. that Is tl.tllnrs. I'nll..wet the QOrg l Isurely eminti v dweller, ta whom a leg-year-old -ik r ilm gma a sseui useful fur hade, deairabla aa un urnument. con. (erring a s..ri of dlaunoUofl upon Ita paaeei lot, thai the rich man who mada ins country entute over alght Paid hundred! of dollnrs t m.ne a i ii' trea i.. lahara it wimbl fit Mi 'he arefulh nrrangeil laml- -! around his new mansion World i Work. Wanted- Clean rotton rnga ai The World efOee. will pay 3 centa per I", lei.