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r 11 K 11 ,H A DAILY Sj), h A T I R 1) A V , S'OVKMBKB 7, If 11 Wish m VYOKID nUUkaJ l, sVOgl.fl ITII I'll Nil COM I'ANY ...... u nun ll . I III M I ' 1 1 I I I WMI ffl ' Ntnigii r Kainti ii ,i M umK "H ic i gal FlMi II WIKY r (Hill Hill Miiir li II A i il i I I 1 1 I I in ! ' i " .A.S v i 1 1 i i I 1 1 I i lii I'"'!'" ''4" iiukadk u mid' Mfiiiar vvM II I V llrTH K HUli t.a. bel "'" IMMM rni I ul "in hi (hull ul Well I m City News In Brief 1 1 -i ui mom in ii i.i I tu watch ii.mi.ir tit hi' Ai'lii Murssu "' i"uul"" ... , ... , H vi..1 n.,im,l nun bat t la (ur suiirveiiincy, i.ui.i. i in I ii!' a I'oato'lli !" L h ,,, it I. i iwlderu-l When .f Ii ! squall) m.t ..!. r.' u,iui"ih' aiwsJV'uaij - i' .I'll' in. i ii, the weigh i i. 'ii nca thu foath "JU" ' ' K.'"'fr, ' i ii mi' Ki'iiwi uf Krlday, aft r II er weight "common poople," ' rw. .',','', uuu ,, ... i i i i.. i i.J .i "' : i.tu ' 1 11 u 1.71 ii !. i. man, (! u. i NM III Ii I. , i).,ii ii) Curler In JOr i i i.i, ..in i pronl r. I'rr w k ,1 .1000 Itl "I .in,.. Ii i,l ; A.. II Ml b) Wilson, IhO ...I'1 'li ""I i. ...i. ! n i im i. in. It h Hob Hi nrj painted ii Kiln, i In l.muUI I ii ulslioli l'i If I ' I h... it'i v I .1 llnr Oil In mill - (in i on. i"i) 16911 . . 10(10 H7"7 . i. (lit r- !r . i waler ml that i,i bIm of U. W.tll li ml ( ,r .irii.knif pun) 'Set, r leptrl Ml bit t ...',li.. i t- an r IN I II I MAUI "I M Ml "W know nn. i U Hi Wish Prlmt Minister, Mi A '(Uilh, "Wh( Its, i 1 1 1 1 . ' . , . 1 1 1 1 1 n . 1 1 , . i I " "I , dnuiHlun ..r ttia govori m lo main i. mi i in mi. irriii -it' Uslgl W i Hon ii, at it meant) Impovrrlehed governments, ml nwl human, devaa- .1 walls, smoking towns, ml Waste, ..Ii. I UlOUSandl of Willi n.il'- i,ii. I with mi will WgH ill i Mi. ii- Fat hem I, nil. ,n., I .!." ,,, ll us Id' have ' j md t he bat bat lans of i ii- eastei n nduet, We 1 1 1 have '" show I hem ini't hint; better Itl Hi.' future if we t,, , though ii had boon hundred! ol yearn , ii ih, in, ii, mi-' that civilian t,.,n a ii. I ili.it Christianity, when i lllff I I III II I (il l .1 l . I II I 11)11 The Uurirorm riunjeel ..r w rit . I lirnutmi race io taco wuu eiememai been shatti red i" IU very f.ninda tlona, '""'.l we are curious to know they'll I"' making tin- m, ,,f gtructuro will Briae imp III Hiii.l iM.niiH in, f,.,,,,, ,,. rull i . rA in ..f 1 1 n ' nwi" " liuj .i. ... 1 1 ii.i Lt waa given .. rulw i" i .i .i) teauirduj iriornliig frimi I".' I" i iiionlh I.. Ill b) i lie h ' ' 'ii' ii. ion ni". ii lb.- i in., udation 'f I'iij Riiiglni i t. 1 ' ii uwti .M l. I'lllKTV SI.' ' IK I ' .1. in. . ." on are invited to tin liuatun Aveuua m. ii, i . h. south, ii. m Hundat iukiii I., hear Uw, I'eroj Knlottar liockor'a law awiuoi, ua uai if nl Iha4 . inn ii. Si .ii Mill i" riaerved tut lh. in in UUTT I 'A is. the Hi N' i i. . win. dole tW" Rtovea from hin "f 1 1 ll. lireunan "n ioulti Hoa t.ii .ii,. i told .in.' oi ii ' in for I- i'1. wiu fined fioo mill (tven aonwnea "f imi dayu when arraigned iiolltm iHiiiri ) . mii i daj morning! HHEIiirK 1 1( ll.l.K 'I'll' 'MI'S' IN "f ' ikuiulgeo offer i-1 ' " h for Itea rapture iii any or all ol te nix men who broke Jill lhVe lai Wedneadtl nigh i ii.' is nf tin- impriHwIon ti"'1 'I,.- in. ii bve come i" Tula and Iha local offleera gye in aawi i. "i Mu m. a HA KICKS' I'NION baa been "" Ranlaed In Tulaa and the Tulaa I'alnl b I iiii.K ' '". In.'- been placed '"' the "fair Uat," according t. roporta in. 1. 1.' I.. Mil' central labor oounell nt ii, . uieeting Ttiuradat evening. All the baker abopa In town are repre ueuted in Lbe bftkera' loeul, run: i 'i iMi'IKTKK) di atroyed the hoi i' I', tr I ilgnan neai 1 1" Intar- "..ti"ii ..I Kooaevolt an. I lbe Midland Valley tracka aboul ID o'clock eater -das morning, AUnogt all the peraonal . longlngti "I' Mi.- iiuiiiIn re loot, ni. I Mi Dlgnan, hla wife ami threi , hlldren were madi lioioeleaa. I.K8MIC BTII-E8, who severely brulatid In- fane Thuriday himIii wbon he atoi red 1 1 In hloh he wa i l.l i iu' li.tu th.. u .. 1 1 of I Ii.. I i ll. . I '.ii duet while trying i" avoid a collision uitii a buggy, has Mini icntiy recov ered to bi on the afreet yttiteroay. He wan only confined in Mi" hoapltal ovor night. (INK MA8KKK M N held "I' ' iitrei t i ai ..r iii.. ' .ki.iii. in i I'nion Trn ii. ni company Thuraday night at I li" Sixth Rtreet . i ".-'liii; an, I I....K , in.- caah mi lian.i. .t tn. . nut i iik i" ii"1 more tliait Id. Tin conductor . luimi In know Mi.' man 1 1 did Mi" work ,.n. I the police an in geurch of Mi" man Indb gted by hlui, Tin-: ItrcMAINa up .1"'" Harrod Johnaon, win. Was shot ami ivill.'d iii tin- Miamond drug More last M nday iiit-'ht. were shlppi .1 hla former linn," in Palestine, T g., at : o'i l""k a. m. yesterday. His brother, M. Johnson, acompanli d the body, lia Ing ..it"" I.. Tulsa when ho heard of IiIn brothec'a trggic d ..Mi. All.KKN MAY DAWSON, months-old daughter ..f Mr and Mis W a. Dawson nf Terlton, died yoster day iiKirniug ut i" o'clock. The fun. Tal will li.. cnndin i"l by Itev, C. VV K.'rr at Mi" undertaking parlors .i Htanley A Mcfiine ..n Weal Third street this morning ai 'i o'clock The im nil will in ina,i" .it i laklawn, til. v Ing i imki:ii v 1 1 1 1 1 in . w . re lea, fail., I t" learn Mils truth until and crooked promoters killed Mi" against this sport should be relaxed, people could be regained. I'.'Mng has i . ti t, tterlng mi Mi.- edge, bul II thej remember Mi" lesson they profeaa lo claas with racing and boxing, bul they cleaned house Rounders were INDICT RAILROAD FOR GIVING SPECIAL CAR l I M iiiis ' ''Kill (illt'AtiO Ml if I'M I.I ll Mi IIIN I M I I ABE MARTIN . ,i tor a New York's metal exchange Will reopen next week for trading It) Un Them's been trading In brass here right along. With ii ' ' and day shifts turning out Iron crosses In Berlin, the kslset fears no ahortag But hli soldlera can't '' 'em fV'- Th..-. who say Prince Oscar's ' hn.it ttonble," that's keeping him in n hospital. Instead oi at Uw head rA his troops, is due to coM f.'.'t. seen tu be tlOSSj rlolattng neutrality. en It 'AM i '. .. 6 A trip taken by the late lid word Morris, the packer, and seven mouthers "t Ins family, l,. Hot Kprtngs, Ark., JanUari '.; 1912. in a ortvste ear. was nia.l th.' basis loda) ..f federal Indictments against the L'htcago ,v Alton railroad and v I., li.w, us former im prcs- ! It t charged that six full fares and two half fares were paid bj Mr. Mor ris while the statutes reiiiri Mir pay ment of Is full fares tor the us.' ..f a The Indictments charge thai when Mr Morris made known ins desire to I ., in Hoi Springs, Mr, Itoss arranged for the assignment of a private car to I it c Stevenson, the assistant general freight agent. The cat then proceeded Willi All Moms ami ins t.uiiilx. ami Mr Stevenson, although he was on 111" .sun.' train, occupied a berth U I aunt her car, The railroad c inpany is liable to a maximum penalty "f 120,000, while the offense said t,. have been "nm- I in It ted by Mr. i;,,sS carries a maxi mum T'l'iiaiiy of two v'ears Imprison- ' tin nt and a tin,- .,f 5, 1 Mr ROSS Is in 'w president of tli" Toledo, St. I tenuis A Western railroad, while Mr I Stevenson is vice president. An "Hi. la! . f the " 'In. ago A Alton tonight said that when Mr. Morris boarded the train ti" met an official ! nf Mie railroad win. was making the I sain.' trip In Ids Private nir unit wh it. .t I in tatniiy in snare nis car. Don't git swelled tip wlnn sniur buddy linltis SOU t' take an auto i i.i. The) may want y.'U fer ballast. A county fair is some pumpkins. PHI KilIT I I S Mil HCAIU'I Account ..i wtii. ii iii" Hale of Urwin t- i siting Off, CHIPAQO, Nov Scstrctty of vp. m i' "in was th" explanation today for Mm marked decrease in tales of grain for export Export sales from Chicago were reported as 500,000 bushels of wheat, (00,000 bushels of i oro, 10,000 i.uh.'is of oats and to,- 000 bushels of rye. Vessel room f.-r 100,000 bushels of wheat and 100,000 bushels of corn was chartered here, the rates being 1 14 Dents mi the wheat and 1 1-8 SI ts "ti the . .it'ti tn BUnSJa The rates were 1-S eetit and 1-4 oaM higher .tu.' tu the increasing difficult) in get ting lake steamers Hutting Leads MiHlovem m ti.w At'w EE, Nov, ti Unoflkslal tabulations of Wisconsin's vote for United states senstor today showed that Paul o Hosting. Democrat, had a lend of fr.'tn ..ne thousand two hun dred to one thousand six hundred VOteS ner Governor Pram is E. Mc- Oovern, itcrubiican. Tilt: iTlM.lr HKRVirE company nf Tulsa was granted a permit yester daj in. .ruing by the city commission to erect two frain" buildings near tin ir plant tn house machinery i" purify Mi.- water uaed by tin- plant. Manager Paul M. Mall'. way nf the I'uhlli Si r Ice stated thai the a ater they were using clogged the machin ery and caused them no little trouble. w 1 1 .i . DIXoN, the ni gro whom Mrs Maud Harrod Identllfi .1 as the ..in- win. approached h "ii the street with sn in, di elvlng statement Intend ing to d. ' " hei Into a rooming houae, was fined ti". ..ml given : days In jail by Municipal Judge Clark yeatcr day morning, Th" negro has been in trouble foi similar offenses before and is looked upon as a bud character, THE PETITION of the West Tulsa clttsens to the i t y commission re questing that the streets of their part nf town be not paved will not be grsntod, according to Mayor Wooden, The objoctioil to th" paving Ini luded a protest ai Mi" tax which accom panied Mie pn ii. g and also t" th.. dust from mncadamiaed roads which were not kept ml.-. I The . ity engineer yy;'s instru. ted (.. s'V that the company having the work in charge agreed tu keep the streets oiled. MESSRS. la iRD AM' A CI -EN, the oi ne-legged and Mie other blind, appeared hefori th" c4t) commlalaon yesterday morning with a request tu be allowed exemption from license if thoy Went into Mie huckster business. It was d. nte.1. although Mie commission seemed quite willing t.. assist them In some way, bivii ise It Was lint . ntisid eie.l Jusl In iii. a already in tile busi ness win. were possibly quite as pour financially ami did pay tax. The ap plicants seemed OUlte indignant. Tin: in: UtlN'O P R a permanent receiver of Mi. Arkansas River H'd .'it company came up in district court i. ef iie .lu.lue I'oc yesterday afternoon, bul was nol concluded, Bob David son was appointed temporary receiver tm two weeks The stockholder in clude several i x state officiate C. X. Ilaski 11. II, .1 Waugh and ..titers and are represented by Martin .v. XI. .ss ..f Tuisa aid a t. Hoys of Oklahoma 'ity, and Warren I '. Abbott repre sents the petitioner, Miss Pearl Mil ium, stenographer of Mr. Waugh. HEATED CMNTROVER8Y arose yesterday morning at the .ity oom mission meeting between Commis sioners Qlllnn and I '..w iling In r"v.'ar"d tn tiie operation of Mie Incinerator plant, it seems from the statements ni.ni. tin- gas company raised the price "f gas mi the plant, the plant refused t.. pay, and the gas company .ut ..ft the supply, As ii result the Incinerator plant has c.nso.i to oper ate and much garbage in the City, which tm one exoepl the contractor, Is. It. Shirk, has a right tn move, Is accumulating, much t,. the conster nation ef tin- cltlaene. t. DARNELL YOCPM. field etc , retary for th. state Interdenomina tional Christian Endeavor movement, will t'e In Tuls. Saturday. November T. and will give a lecture at 7;.1i) p. tn. at the Presbyterian church This lecture will Iu entertaining as well Iss Instructive; every member of the I Tulsa societies nf the Christian En .leaver is requested to be present nil ttil neen alnn The immff hmhI. from the Other Church societies are I cordially request sd tn be pres.ii also. Mil. h I i;n. will be acted upmi In regard to city, county and state work, - THE JtASEISALL KUU is over, the BportS sr. talking HOW of gnats and ki. k offs. tiut hire's an an- nounosmenl of a MtlotibleheaMler," and stranger still, It's a church that is ad vert kit ng and advertlslns for a do ible-headef on Rtindsy, Weil, it goes to show that all clr.irclus arc net TH K HTORK THAT UNDEKSKI.LS THKF1 ALL Our Aim Is lo Please Everything Guaranteed I'., i. mi. ii I i ni'. . :! tu ,"i ll.. pieccH, "1 )'. . i Km iii s I't'i iiiiuiii Uhiiik, 1 ii i" r pound IV. SUGAR SUGAR 5 25c 20 E? $1.00 10 50c 100;,;:: -$4.80 Lartft1 Buxph Mgtclx'u L' liiixes 6c Kic ToilH Paper I rolls 25c Large t un Toinatoeg, cans 25c Hie iks. Soda, l for , 25c Large Bed Appleo, p . 15c I'urple Top Turnips, k . 15c ohm Potatoeg, i'k 20c " t 1 1 4 w (Iiikiiis, pl 30c Pliones 4115 411G Free Delivery COMPOUND 3 Found, - 25c 5D Found Can - $3.75 Open D;ty and Might Free Delivery In Our Meat Department Good H. "f Roasts, lb. . 15c Boiling Hei'. Hi 12' ,o Pork Sausage, Its 12' ..c Dressed Ileus. Il 16c Host t uts Steak, lb 20c Good Steak, lh ,15c Liver, :t His 25c Small Fryers, ll 18c Paucy Yellow Oranges, any siee, Imx $3.00 Pauey ('rauberries, good stuck, l' quarts 15c Pancj Bleached Gelery, per buuch, ()'); per li 50c Tmison & mW WHOLESALE and RETAIL GROCERS 210 East Second St. Give Us Your Order old friend made better. The "Monarch" Size. Bach pull is an easy-coming pleasure. I he lotifi, clean filler of your mild 1 om 1 (. is tree front tvists or dust. I lie whole cigar was put together by skilled hands. That's wh Tom Moore always drawg so freely, iou arc given every chance to enjoy his rare, full aroma to the utmost. Ask particularly for the "Monarch" size Tom Moore cigar io Little Tom 5 HIM A HI sM 11 ( Mi It ( (I, of Mi houH. Ki City. AFTER 25 YEARS TUL SA'S OLDEST DRY GOODS HOUSE TO QUIT. It's been many a day since there's been a sale like the closing out of the Brady Stock now going on. Mr. Tute Brady who has been running tJie store for more than 25 years has tak en peisonal charge of the Brady Hotel and the stock of more than $50,000 worth of Shoes, Dry Goods, Men's, Boys', Clothing has been turned over to Mr. J. G. Bishop of Chicago with ol der', to turn it into cash. On account of the extra ordinary low prices, people have been present this week from Claremore, Chelsea, Sapulpa. Cleveland, Collins ville and other towns. The Sand Springs Home bought 100 pairs of blankets of one kind. There are still about 4C0 pairs of blankets and comforts left. TATE BRADY'S Brady Hotel Block A Reliable Tonic Most of the i pie around here know a good d. al about tbia splen did remedy; tn thoae win, do not VV.- wish tn Hay that sv ft I HAUL MARK Tonic Digestive is the greatest strength renew er, flesh creator and blood builder we have ev. r seen. P"or people In poor health, weak, run down and played out, thoae nol as strong and vi..i -oua as tli.-j should be, Wr Itrcoiaineiid This lonif. Prli e ii.i'O WEAVER DRUG GO, Ivxcluxlvr Morltol IgeiMi dead, for here's ..no that has adopted a program that will demand some hustling, sure enough. 'n Sunday morning the l'ust christian church begins an evangvllsUc campaign and a Sunday school cutest. The for mer will last about three wnks, un der tin- leadership ol the resident minister, atr Taubman, assisted by Mr. and Mrs BaXton, two famous tfi"- pel workers, and the lattei will con tlnue through January, Itlt, Bay, i he local workers are a t;ain' bunch, far (tie capital city has twins Uis membership of the Tulsa church, hss a splendid building and a larger pop- lllstton from which tn draw, but the Tulsa fnlks are fcninc into the same to win The contest begins at the Sessions Sunday morning nt 9: JO and .,f course the members and ft .en. is will rally t" help Tulsa win. RAILROAD OFFICIALS FLOCKING TO TULSA 1 1,1 v I l ill KlHT Ml N V I HE IKITOKH l I III CT1 M S I I ItUAV. The remarkable railroad business dons in Tuisa li demonstratsd by the number of Important railroad officials Who visit the elty every week, YeH letdav there vv.re 11 traveling offlctall reported at the offices of the different railroad stations i f the eity, repre senting tmt "tilv the mads which op erate through Tuisu bul several other Inns drawing 1 usm.ss from this M . Uon. The following Is the list of yester dnv's visit. rs. U B. smith of k. ms is City, travel ing passenger agent of the Bantn Ke; Porti t U Howard) "f Parsons, travel inn fte'.Kht and p.isseniter ueetit of the St., K T ; A. t, Rlsisdsll 'f St I. mils, general paasangsf agent of the Canadian Pacific; j. J. ugte ..f st i.euis, traveling passsnget aaanl of the Henderson mule: Julian Xnnee of Kanaag city, traveling frelghl agent ,.f the Union Pacific; R, at, Itltchey ..f Kansas CltJT, nener.il acent f'.r the St lOSSPh A (irand Island; P J McKlfa han of rhanute. traveling frelghl agent of the Santa Fe; V. E Rownd, It Mi ItljOOj), Mali. , I of Hie Katiuns al W ar for One An. . III. r. This European vv.u- was born .,f tin- hatred caused by earlier warfare It will engender other wars between the same nations in the future. The sons vet unborn will carry tins hatred In their Mood to blase Into warfare when the spark is touched by Kinys or Stat, siiieu who are yet In infancy. It 5a Lad blood that makes your liver Sluggish and the same bad blood causes your stomach muscles to loss tinir elasticity and become flabby and weak and that means Indigestion. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical iis. .,v ery, purely vegetable and free from alcohol or liar co ties, is nol a secret remedy tor uii its ingredients sre printed on wrapper. Talis It as dir. . led and It will sea!! h OUt impute and poisonous mat ter .n the stomach, liver, bowels iin.l kidneys and drive it from the system through tho natural channels. it will penetrate Into the joints and muscles, and dissolve the poisonous iccumulstlona It will replace all the had Moo 1 it drives out, with rleh. purs blood full of vital force. It will fur nish veil with the kind of blood that puts the entire body ill such perfect I hvM"., condition that brain or mus cles know no fatigue It vvill clear the skin; eczema, plm t.les, rush, blotches Will dry up and disappear; bolls, carbuncles attd other e idenoes of tainted blood vv.n pan a way never to appear again. (let Ir. Pieroe'l Oolden Medical scovery at any merlclne dealer to- 'a. In either ll.iiid or tablet form as you prefer. It's the one great Mood maker and purifier that all weak or run down people ought to start to use it rune. If you want good blood, food heslth and clear :-kln, gt a supply today. Will SAGE TEA traveling frslfbt agent of the Cotton Hclt; ('. W. Lewellyn of Kansas City, traveling freight agent Of the Mil waukee route; C. H. Evan Of It LfOUis, Industrial nent of the Katy. 'and Ef. ii, Humphrey of Oklahoma City, commercial agent of the Kock Island. la Tlil True'.' It flatters a girl almost ns niurh If a mini proposes to her as It does if he bad sent her u dollar box of candy. II MIXI I) WITH si I .I'll I It D.ilitil KS su s n it xi.i.v. Miltol CAM II I I.. The old-time mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur fnr darkening gray, Btreaked and faded hair is grand mother's treatment, and folks are .. am using it to keep their hair a good, even color, w hich Is quits sensi ble, as we are living in an age when a youthful appearance is of the great est advantage. Nowadays, though, we don't have the troublesome task of gathering the sage and the mueay mixing at home, Ail drug stores sell the ready-to-usa product called "Uveth's Sage and Sulphur Compound" for about su c nis a bottle. It is v. ry popular because nobody can discover it has been ap plied. Simply moisten your comb or a soft blush with It and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the gray hair disappears, but wtiat delights the ladi. s With Wycth's Sage and Sulphur Is that, besides beautifully darkening the hair after a few applications, It alsn produces that si, ft lustre and ap pearance of abundance which la so at tractive; besides, prevents dandruff, itching scalp and falling hair. A WOMAN'S APPFAL To all knowing rotters nf rhesnstism, wliethiT Bsseslar ur ,f th.. Joints, teistict, Inmliago, ba.-mi.tif. pstnt in lbs kidneys or neursvis psins, Is write tn her (or a home treatment which has .,:.,',',,:;, eared ill uf tin m tortures si... frpa it her tat; ts send it to all isfferprs KHKK. v..u iur yoorsslf st h.tnip as tln.usMnts will Isstify -- nn rhnng,. .if rliiiiatr betas lirreanarj . This shsple ill-.'., very bsnlshss urir arid from lbs bin.. it, loossas ihp stiffened J.iint, purifies th.' bi... ..I. ami brightens the pyp, givlni slsstlcits and i. .i.u lo the wbols system. If th,, all, ivp Interests res, fur proof miir, -i Mrfs. M. Suii.iiirl-. Box U, Smith 11 nil In. I - A.lv. IMPORTANT M'l I l. OPFER In KI AIH Its (ll fills PAPF.lt How to Obtain a Copy of the People's Common Bense Medical Idvlser lor Cost of Mailing. Dr, Pleroe la so anxious to get a op) of his spl. n.lbl cloth-hound book of over a thousand pages Into the hands of every adult citizen in km er ica, that be has decided to make a special offer today. The People's Common Sens" Me. Il eal Adviser Is plainly written and pro f ns. ly illustrated and will give any man or woman abundant knowledge In regard to subjects not ucncrally dlscusssd. Know thyself first la good advice and this sub eet Is treated along with a score of others Including the Causo md Treatment of Disease in u. mas terly yet simple manner by I r. It. V. Pierce, one of America's most cele brated physicians. Any person desiring a copy of this boi k before the edition Is MthaUStsd lb Id send this notice, together with 'JO cents In stamps, lo Pr. l'lcrce, In valids Hotel, Buffalo, N. V., Bud a copy will be sent by return mall, all charges prepaid.