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rUM Til. ha DAILY WORLD THURHPAl Jl IV
1914 I E V' B N BUTTE RACE ENTRIES M FMI IS ASSHREB SECRETARY Of EXPOSITION COMMISSION HAS 0HS R ING NEVE PEOPli ARE AWAKtNii Judge Du.iu to Return Shortly (oj Vow ot it ate to SftiN More Fwidi KI ki K. 0. I urn Mi i.l. i. i ... II" Mi Ki.lh 117 Uilh I 1 1 . h. ..I I roi ki n log Mist lr K It, 1 1 Mil. Mir II' I Ok I; .,1.1; Uon TI In. , Rum I '.-in. 'I I f, Id bu cl. .noma In i' i l epoSlti',l ommtssiut long tin.'. HI i Ki .i.i. i i I pi l word I atrintii I . 1 1 fa RACK i, I Ifcui ', ttol .; fl VERY CLOSE MIE ii i in ii- is rv 1 1 kiii I I ..i I I 1 1 1 iv IHKM A i t u.tri , at ti , unil in I ho 'I i I ..Hi). I i in. dwin SA1AZAR TO SEEK RELEASE ll Will U lur II Mlil Ml II. .!.. t II) N I law- II MlllMi ii .'in. 1 1 I CEDAR CHESTS . Iii'iiln i , . v all Fioni $10.00 u" 1 1,. , tll.K v.i-1 iv I ' ' II ,,t a,.- i Iklahi nm i commission , had hard sail I id ..ii ii looked ugh the itatc would fail down, ,ii lust ihi 'i olouds navi n : I ' Ti I ioi ill, ' il roui i. work "i 1 Ii" com- without hope ol uiunittti is kiii 1 1 cded ii, making i a li.i i fur ii Hi'" '!'' V r. I u'sell ll IS CIM III It lllll' II I., lli Illlssioll mill reward h has Hill I I KM I, III .'I peun d in l) 'i,'i uun failure, HlHturi i HuwcoMMt, "it will ii" i" nemberad said Russell '..ii i ,i i' . "thai tin state Islnturc uussud .i bill approi niMii, . for i h. "h i 1 1 Ii, in,. building i't tli" cxnosit lo' i nor Mi I til ".III IV W ll I I wn HI i AMI 111 in; W II I lltlU'l l nil n:M, it m r i lilt I UK 1 1 U lit 'unumu- r.K'iti, Cruce vetoed tin- in, uaun . ;i.i,l 1 1 ii-1 . i i.t J ,i iiiiiiiin i of patriotic cttlsew determined Hint tli im state must I." represented ulonn wnh hr sister stnti s at the I ii-' lair, oven 11 III" iiir.-s-ii'V lands liail to bC raised Ii) popular subscription. "Thai marked Mi" birth ol oui commission, It his been u lonir, hard flghl, thai ha produced obstacles win. ii bad they been foreseen, would hiivi- halted the movement even be fore il started. At List though, w in" having success, arid with the united effort of the people of th" state I .mi Hure wo inn creel .i build ing out lin n on i!i" Qulden Oate that will bring a thrlil of pride to every Okluhoinun who visits 1 1 i eiipoaltlon. Tin- ."it" im 'be building baa al ready been deeded to Iho commission py he Pa nan. I 101 Iflc Buthorltb , ami m'uihI was broken a few days ago. Actual work on the building will stait by October I. Muoh money Ik iiiiw coming I i from tli" moving picture project! . I Hi" commission ovi i tin- stall- and through various other means sufficient additional sums will i" realised to insure i - Benin Ding of construction wink on time. Pageant ll' ii' to Help. "The Hi nine "i Hi" iioiis.'' to be Staged hi Tulati In Beptember, will furnish Tulsa's .rn rata share of til" fund, it is thought, as the exposition commission la to iharc with the Tulsa enmity Iiiiiiiini Clety m tli" pro ceeds ni that affair, Mrs. h'red M Hution, -it all tiim'K one of ttii must active wnrlu'is in lln niovt-im nt in tli stat.-. is now a( Han fran ciseo, when she eonttnuei to do effective work, ludge Jeeee .1. Dunn, formorl) "f Okl.ihi ma but now a real dent i.i California, will return to tins MOW ' KK, I'll llll. i ll. "Ill W iW I'. Mi i (UUKblin, gecoud. t'hiu r .Inl iffb mi .,n- liude lunll in thai M. I i Nun - WlllluinK, Itunds ii nd I'arl II. I-. i.i" would ,,,iiiiiim Hi" American i ' ..in I., defend llio I iwifthl V I luvia i mil matlunu i tcnnla Irophi Maurli " E Mel oUKblin, 23, s in I'Vanetaou, was tunc boldet of Iho natltintil Hlnsles chaiuplonahlp, an4 with liund) nlau holds lh tuns in doubles, l:. Norria Williams, aecond, it, of Philadelphia, was aecmid in t.ho ! Hlnglca on th" internal a, mi l team last - j Karl ll Uehr, New , Hi ! held i pla 11 an International team , in 1 '.ill?. Thomaa '' Dundy, J. joi Angelea, played on tli" bavia cup tiam of 1(11 as part ner of It I Utile, He is i ho H inninKH it , , I'rojibytnrlan IM " 1 1 ood win in si t' i Ian .1 " it Ii K in tt , by Justice 'i l" i, i ,s" hit, I 'm i i FEDERAL I HAGUE Rrltmiiirc .' St Lonll 0. HAl.TrWORK, July '.".' ,ii" )itrliilin ;iMl In- ' ., in if ., t "i .ii- Unltlniure tli u, t,-i II ituHbanrn '"-'' 00 ti.itn . M - (jalan bin Jai pert unil OfcaiiBimi 'I,,,, Itlllllii; over hi linii Brnuklyn i, CI.. ., I'.himik i. Jali '.". Tbe Iruui Imdi-ri i-2 i w it ii Brooklyn il. ll I ('"ii t,'i) Vim ion nm an Hrcnnnii, ll in nn.l I. anil U 1 1 K I s : Ii II, II a, k mill Hi iii, i h"idei with McljiiUK'hlln "f Iho I national doublca i hamplnnahtp, Thu ' " " " I llllllie.i i lie , , : .. cup last year wuh coiupoaed of Me- ;,,iu , ,i ,i lioughlln, Williams, Harold M Hack- i ti in . tt captain, ami wv F Johnson lObicaan Kn.i.kli ,, rauglll s. l I nil Irwim. W1'j s,' in uiNi. i.hi.-i. jui la rnaps tin- oldest teacher in active work lb Buffalo ii. KaMM City :i Oklahoma is u v Enale. wim en- iiiki'm.h Jul) . With ii.i f'h lulled today in the aummei leanlon ..f ,l"'' ' " k '" " ' " the southeastern Stat" Normal school . '" "'H nowrd bUi r form , ii -- , , . tiiilnv wtnrinit frum Kiuikdi ll) i. ti, I liere III is ,., '.ears old. anil has -,,'. ,, ) n i; been an active teacher f"i inure than k9i,.. city ..... ooi n "ii ;i 0 i fifty years. He first taught school lluffalu 0)3 000 03 n ' 'J along the Cumberland river In I860 ltltriei Ivi.nl Harris nd Esatrrly; and unit In enter the .-im I war lie aaderaon Ford .. Blab-, Uvlana was with Qonoral Itraga in the hattlea ntubargb -;. inauimpoiu l. i.t Chlckamauga, Murfrceabore, Mis im'I'THIU'IMJTi i.t va a ihujlf b) slonary Itldge and Perryvllle 1 1 Mrl) Id ;. pinrt hilter, with two men ,i was taken ;'. prisoner in I Ml and was lae In Ihf en'h nit. inn - 'on .1 two rum confined in a northern prison In n,i- '"' l"ttuburu and ravi ,.., a t u, i tie , Art i I"' in l.'ir.;. ,.. ," tiul. - eogo for nearly year, After the war f(, ,. ,r, n ). he .imned tin United States army ami miii ,ii . mil 000 i",,, I II '. went in several catniialgna mi the I'o,. i, en,, ooo urn j o , western border against the Indian. It,- - Palkanburn ;",l Uaridiii, Tea He has laughl school in Texas, and er; " l Berry, K.n- came to nkiatimna anoui a yeai ag bll sine well Wis I III ll; M - n i;i s i ni.',. i i mi it.VAMI I i nr. played i'ci I III , . s. Is el III, h Wi lli Although not ulayini I'elu cm in two im nl in ", ,- s " "ill w il Ii T, Ii York, winning both M il la anil I 'ottreJI , I i ii I". wo wuii their m.if. against ll ll Whitman n Ing of I a stoil in straiv hi I ,I,,,L A i, oil i up Kingl' I . ' onipli 'eil i Al Mi I , ; T ' ' Hundy, Ia Angel, "!.l II, ilim.' , Nl W Hi 'Ii, ' JUST AT THIS SEASON K II W hitney ,HSton, hi nl I, I ., lioy, New York, 6-1. Ii i I I I H 1 1 ll i I. liiiKlli- Din Ml i i im: iii MANIl l it i w Nil hi isi kvri.v. state within a an aciiv e i pead for Hie purposi est in the proj expected to hi'' funds, Whatever di probably will bi stale legislature over" "" mbei h tin m selves to III opl l.ltioll UlC'U. lays t " otidui't il, tour of Hie stall if stimulating Inter i His campaign is ; in still further is, Hani Will Hoturn. IK I AIM IM i'ITV J 1 1 T rry Notwithstanding the fncl that a large number ol lockers wen but re. ' nllj added to thi bath house at the big lake a; Sun, I Bp rings, tin deniund Ihrnughoul the present month almost iiigbtlj has exceeded Lhi Increased f. . iiith s of ti,, plat c. rlie i,,i!il,iiii ..t Sand Borings of hv yv ar wc' wnnl to cloan up on all suinmcM' uood. DON'T FAIL TO TAKE ADVANTAdl of this unusual opporliinily of srciirin: an okanl porch set or haniinopori at wry close pricH s. ME ALSO HAVE LEFT A FEW HERRICK REFRIGERATORS Vuclor Porch Blinds and (irass Rus that wc offer you for July and August at prices so cheap you cannot aff( rd to not ma k ( your porch the one living place about vour home. NOT lash L. - . . Credit Q cJ v . Caloric idokci Mmi iiduW tlliS SCISnll w Iii ii every wnt'iiicr, thu vhii limn 'itloric No heat. in ii.i1!' ;il f the year l;i i;i'mvs would ttivc I'OiufoH than a irch ss ( looker. No worr . .lusi nriiiiirc your meats or vt'i'talihs, put tlmm in nm' nookt'r uud to uiM)ut our Inisiiirss fir t In' da y, if mi w is 1 1. W'lii n you pe luru e i'1'ythiiig is cooked Hcifcctly. HM! them ou disila in our windows. Fro"' $10.50 Up it there, may bs up hy the next ha M iny of the "hold- aln ady pledgi d : port sncli mi .ip ire, and the newly elided representatives and senators will be approaobod on the proposition immediately after the election In No vcni iier. 'I'o ( idle, I IMiiluts. The work uf gathering the compre hensive exhibits that are to w in tho buildlno when it is finished will be stinted iii the mar future. It will be the greatest showing of Oklahoma's products ami progress that was ever gttempted and will he of infinite ami lasting benefit lo the state us B whole ami to every person within its borders. 1 IKE BALL m DAKUV OONNKRN WONOKItK Win I IIP si . Mi id l Kit ion num. A vi-iiting lawyer in Tulsa became so enthused over rending the chal lenges, replies ami counter challenges of the doctors and lawyers, that lie wrote tin- following hut dissertation on tin baseball game between players from these two eminent professions: TULSA, OkUL, July It. Bportlng Bdltor World Jienr Sir: Asa former member of the New York bar. and a participant In several doetor-versus-iawycr baseball games -a qualified Judge, is it were 1 predict s decision In ihe lawyers' favor, and an award of unmitigated damages t" all parties to the action, (The bill of particulars th, n i i including bunged-up fingers, skinned shins, Charles-eQulnes of the sins, and severe rases of Ingrowing conversation, superinduced iy the um pire'! dir. ' lion tn "close your clam.") In support of my prediction as to the winners, i resi tf ully call your attention to th" fad that every lawyer Who conies to bat has nt least nine chain's if making hi -namely, the chances of making a iiit namely, the inciueutally, it may Interest you to nieiiiion thai a. doetor-verstw-lawyer baseball game is the only murdered thit:n known lo science which begins to grow during the post mortem and increases and rttpltea thereafter, ad llbitem at ad infmltam; t e., a sickly bunt the day of tho game improves Into a home run before the end "f a Week. etc. Always, nft' r tnklnx pnrt i, . or Wit- n easing a doctors-lawyers baseball gjan great Inshrtenl qucstli n III is' s in my mind, namely, U-Wlt, VlS., that tr lo sav Why do thev send to Afriua for ivory . I. kf w is, , 1 wonder what sort of a Rwtes watch an Inexperienced Iron moulder COUld make. in conclusion, if i have said any thing ahoutd I"- or-y for, I'm glad Of It Itespeetf'lllv. BARRY CONNBR8. World unil Sim Want ,,1 bu) tell, rent or llilhllHsj us To., Hie I., Inlkl CMK'KAHHA, Okln., July :.' Bne Hal lard, inaurunei mmisslnner "t lake liathlng beach is on the ineri clal permission from the War depart- OHlnnoma, hut who resigned, occupy- since old Bol has lieen shooting Hml merd was necessary ii tho eniist- 'ng the position previous to the ap- mercury up to more thun the hundred men! here of Alv i O. Nelson, wim is polntmenl or A, L Welch, present in- Lmark each da Main nik'hts there now tim tallest man in the United cumbent, will return to Oklahoma. He an more than a hundred persons en-1 States army. Nealon Is six feel and has been suffering with rheumatism, i Joying aquatic exercises and afternoon 3 i-i Inches, while the limit for toid has been In .i hospital, bul is re- and evening ol an exneedingly hut height is six feet Hid one inch. Net- covering. Cor thi past year he has day have scccn more than 100 bathers son joined the coaal artillery service made hi. headquarters al Kansas City, Ii the water ami was Immediately si nt to Ban and has boon In the service of the a couple of fresh streams of water I' ranctsco. It was necessury for the Kederal t,lfi Insurance company He are n,,w constantly being played Into local recruiting office to win to the. has maintained his residence nl Coyle the lake, which Is more than twentv war department for permission lo in- all Ihe while, and will probably locate feel deep mil in iho middle. Small list Nelson. purtlcs ut visitors from different part j in i Ik lalioma !ltj Counsel for Mrs. Florence (human. Accused Of the Murder of Mrs. Bailey, and Her llusbavd . djN "f;k ."awffliilf.' IIe -a v ' alsseWaasseWesslBsW The Pleasure of Traveling row past iiin s tifrord than travelinir. greater pleasure or wore The ino8l important feutur; in traveling, either al abinad. is tu have uionev in safe ami convenient form, profit iiiiiiii' or These requiiements are exactly fulfilled hy the Letters of Credil ami Travelers' Chi'ques issued hy this hank in convenient denominations to suit tin individual needs of travelers. EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK TULSA, OKLA. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $400,000.00 ry,frorz: of northeastern Oklahoma have been tamping in and near the park for the past two or three months, and never fall to have Wolds of praise fur the luik and its enjoyments. atld Pr. Edwin f amnn. whether h" will base his defense ol left to right, fleorgp M T.n v, Mr. Florence fnrm.ifi' nttorney T, I. I . July 22 - Alth oiii-h he will make po staefflenl as I an, aarged with the niurcer of Mrs Louise I;ji,. the "iiiiwnt'in law.' 'iiuige M. l.iy will nut make laamgdlf hid picn. lie cluitus that Mrs. Carman ia absolub i inn one nl of tnu g is charted. CfitS "BROKE" HERE WH CRI TTa WiM UN M -.xi ll i it s MAIM lis i i.i w III tW S Till KTIll I I . A Tulsa h.u.k w. nt broke yesterday There was no formal application fo voluntary bankrt plcy papers for there was no warning, it happened all at ones and it was over nil at o n e. It all happ' to 'I w hen Something - HOTEL SNAPP Excelsior Springs, Missouri Hedartt. Absolatsbj Flraeroof , American Plan. Pepiilar !ricts. Finest Haiti House m M est in Connection with the Hotel Daring tin- hot srantha ipend a few essks at Hals Isswaa hsslts ssd ulsssais remirt ti..- wooded I.i Hk nf mat Missouri drisfc lbs eosdeHa sdseial wiitr ti.ai sea poall ,r, . f.n nil klnda uf itotnarb Irosblaa, dlassasi of tbc Beys ami rlieumtti-iii Pur rsersatlon w offer yit.i iii.- fiiH'Ki goit everst u. tho essli gosd Ibablag, horsebscli rldisg, sto. ADDKCK.S VANAUL'R TOR BOOK 1 F.TM AM D HU INl'ORMATION nobody ventured what lir.'ko ll lusl ' mad t" snap and papers, vatu able paper.--, loo, started rolling along the pavd streets sneouraged by u. brisk in at, a feminine oretture wealing about the same quota of cloth' s SS the ma-: Jorlty Of Tnls.i Womi n do When the j summer Is hot, I oked pusaled Men, I some of them you. 115 and some of them old, wei" standing at ihe comet of Thun aid Main struts when the Pink hosted'' .,r more correctly -wh. ii the "loci." to the hunk ,.uve Way. Some of the men went scurrylnii away after th" 1 upeis, some of whli h , win: found to Im valuuhlc huiids, etc. j Olhem Juit jilaytd aeeCtaUori, None tiirneii tiu ir banks on the pretty but puaaled bit of human effemnlty, for when she noUctd the papers going down the street ihe started to Inves tigate a sudden and rather strong Jiik at her skill showed thi trouhic tu be at some Uitude. in tact, something where soms women carry thi Ir Valuables, was out of OOmmlaSlon i she saw what was wrong -nobody else did, .r course, unil t) 11 with 0 swish ami 11 drop of her skirt she smiled a sweet little tantalising smile " the men who had suved the pupi ls t'Ul who did not IM the hank us It was again mad" solvent. Upon request the woman s name is within Id, Temples Bak( r in NTIKTV 1 1 l . 1 'hi Mil 'M ri c s Niaa uiis Bidg. Afsgmd IB I i lion ia OKLAHOMA CITY, J ii tf r,n ernor 'rue- has set aside Saturday, August II, a.s "a,S Position liollal I my." when it Is hoped tli it ClttSenl of okUtboma may contribute one j . . ! - lur to the funds bsttk raised lo up resent the state at the Panama Ks- poaltlon Oklahoma lias t een 1. pre sented in a very creditable amy nt nil the previous expositions, and it is urged that an effort should he niadtt to properly display the ,1 IVattl iKes uf the stat, In the coming exposition. I Arrangements will M asade w ith tan Ihunka , f the state to receive thc ContrihUtiona. It Is also the phin to have young ladies In euch town solicit contributions when the contribu tor's name la furnished certificates win ie s.nt each contributor in rsce nltlon of then patri.itK spirit.