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E TULSA 1'AIIV WORLD SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 0. 1 P1 4
BUFFS ON HORSEBACK ADVEKUSE MASS MEET! NO UP SCAB MASON THE VICTIM OP TWO HOLD UP ARTISTS SECURED ABOUT $ Vas Shot iii the Leg and Beaten Over the Head With i Oun. 1 1 rum i MIL 1 0CT.30 AWAIT DECISION OF ENGLISH PRIZE COURT CHILD KICKED BY HORSE Ji til. I muter Juri il tKKIOI h Mini i i.l-l'l It i UUi I lltl.V HI I I HI It (l II IN. I (Mi M nil officials wall a 1 1 ii . Mel est t In I ruling o i ha Mrltish pi lie oourl t i. hi firms, 'Hi unloaded at (llbrultai I hy direction of Hrittsh authority be I fi -n Hit ussii wga allowed to cog. tin ue her t nj age For Monday and Tuesday i FEAR EARTHQUAKE IS FORERUNNER Of VOLCANO t'fXi It si Mi I l l; ,ii II iii ( iimim. 1 1 i: li . M v M K stiii i Ktcunn r Nnll d Tin' ' nii-i Jan Him k, laden with 2,000 lllllH llf HUllliC I. II till I 1 I" I i.f Hi Iglune, hh Ii i ru I i hasi I i dam, Tin Tow tin steamer Tellus a 111 dep'" I with I, lot) Ions of heal. Haiti i li .1 - . i'ii -iii' "i POHT A I I'HINI.'I''., I la it I Nu T. t lavtlmer Thi udnrn, Ihe Ii mli "t Ihe m i ni nil ' s -it ul ri'lii'llliin against tin UdmllllHtnitlllll llf I'listlrlll ''.'Hi'"!.! today A'hh elnoted ii i slilonl uf ihe llsltle inil.il. lij congress The 1 It)' lh i II llll Milium fur r.in itii Ml I' " In is'l'i 'V. N'o Tin general . mnmlfti i nf thu hoard of fori Il mlfalons uf the Mothodlsl I plsi "l 'I , hurch Inday von 'i mi nli oprlatlon ,.f $ i no fur work 1 1 1 tin1 foreign Held ne1 year, Hi-i.i- in KIiihIi- Inland IV MIHINGTi 1 N . M I No' Si rases of i""i mid mouth ill-' iso, Ihe rjrttf i" l"' dim oven .1 In Ithode Is liiml w ' ' ' foui 'I In 1 todaj Hiil. hi. i llii Win KnHltmu. from Boi , ft l.i it 1" nrlil Mis- Kir hot I teach and Minn Evelyn flrlngor Two of Ihe many pretty and iikllleil horsewomen In the ranks of the New Yurie suffragists who noa advertise coming votes foi women mans m rot t n i: s by ul i iii; ,i I 'i ul the ollj on horseback, bcurlug banners uttd accompanied by a i t. .i nd drum i orps, ROULERS HAS SUFFERED BELGIAN TOWNS ARE HEAVILY FROM THE WAR BUT LIGHTLY GUARDED lllli I in M II IIIH Ii Mi iNi m xiii in -1 if i i i Ul HI I Mil i.l ItM N- Mil K 1 III LI I'ltl I'MIIM. I i Ht A Itl I III VI. IKU'l.KltH, Belgium, via lamdon, I j p. i Pndilhliiini Won it i . in i- tm i, i via London. Nov. i '.' t.'i a. hi i a Belgian, w ho un- i which Is the headquarters of the Uer- ,,, , oover of darkness managed i" man stafl durinn the attack on v pi ! the frontier at an unguarded I I. K II Ml . lll (I ll tllf W , I. t I I I' Mount in. Ictlvc, i I iilon Vgulnsi l 't . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n -1 1 Ml ltd I will in carried to the convention ol the federation which opens here nest ii eek ii rei ilea i hat i in principle oi prohibitlnd the ntanufacturinit and lie of beer In Anieelia fundament ally hi co n trad let km to the principleii I i f ii free people and the passage of such laws will deprive thousands of workers employed In tins and closely associated Industries "f a livelihood. W ill Kill I I rue Ii. Iti. lo- WA8H1NUTON, Nov, 7. American contributions to the Behrtan relief commission will be used hereafter to buy f I supplies In New York for shipment to Brussels via London and Rotterdam, according to s statement made todaj ni the Belgian legation. lo p. ii ti ii i ii i T Ijoadom it. nun. LONPON, N" S. 1:16 a. in I The Durban. Natal correspondent of Beutcr's Telegram company, says that tin. labor leaders win; were deported to iingland after tin1 Sand riots last January, Mum returned in conform ity with ..n amnesty decree recently Issued, Dr II .1 Pi utema, one of the de portadi stated in behalf uf his com panions that .ill bad come back un coudtssnnally, but had promised not to embarrass the government during the war. Their landing wan not ac companlcd by any demonstration More i iffli om Maugtitcn d. LdNlKlN, tio 7 (i:3ii p, m.) A casualty list dated November l and Issued here tonight gives the names of fifteen offl .is killed and slaty i... toll it. Among the killed am Colonel Fred erick Waller Kerr of the Gordon Highlanders, third son of the lata ad mlral, I. mil Frederick II. Kerr, and Lieutenant Sn Gllchruri Nevll Ogllvy nf Un Boots guards, who married a daughti i of tin Karl of Elgin. R r i r' - Contest is Report Marshall. Willi inn 1,031, l ii Ids : "' Wagoner, Wllllamn r 3, tools :i4. i nt.i H. i. Williams I, I '. I o Ids I 1 3 fi Washington. Williams 1.427, Klrtds 1,9:: . M.im .. Williams 1 . ti, I n Ida ,1M; M Intnsh Williams l.: I, I. Fields 1,101; r.. in e, W llllams Held" I.S I . . W Iw.iid. 1.134, Hams .Tit :la ins 1,1 i Fields I Kit l'l- llan 11. Kl.hls ui.i i llatns I "41,, I'll his 233; i , i .,,li . Williams ''". Fb Idi CI; W Is, llams i ,030, I ,i liU 1,531; I In Williams 1,48, Fli id 2 i . Ohi Williams 1,44, Fit i'ls 641; Ji rfe Williams I, ink, Fields S8t!; ll i Williams I. IH6, Fb Ids l,0 i. No' Williams 1,04 1. I Ii Ids 1. 301 I toe. Williams l,62ti. Fields iSO ti Williams 4, Fields 10(1 l'i II rsmle, Williams 2.101, Field .' Craig, Williams 1.4 FI Haskell, Williams t rii'lds Alfalfa. W llllumi " I. Fli Washita, Williams I.JS7, Fli b I Beaver, Williams 711, Fb ds Murray, Williams Fields Grant, Williams I 214, Fli Ida I I'ltlsburr, Willi. mis 7,4151, I- 1,110; in kham, Williams ( I, r 1 1 ;i Johnston, Williams I.1S4, i w w II-Wll-Wll-Wll-ike, Wll- I '4''. 4.'.'.'. li Ills I I'ni i ni: in se if i "iiiio'ii Hitreadlng, LONIkiN, Nov T (11:14 p, in. i A Marconi dlspal li recrived from Berlin says: It is ri porti .1 ihui i iii revolution kindled by Hnlsaarlea in the I'ortu- Su. ' olony of A'lgnla, west Vft II i t swri nding The colony's troops an fw-ffl' lnt to defend the sunt hern - ,f il'r'iiiin iittii'lis iitnl ,' 1im ib Is being Mt nt from A REAL PI0 HTIN0 KAN IN sit-in,! ll, nit n. I.lilnriil I'lag. Kltlisd ttffbi-r and 4ii4 in l'i isatarrs " Belgian soldier, Bmll s.i i . i n . 22 veins of nge, who haa arrived lo re for ,i few li.us rest, is .i chevalier of the i 'Hi. r of 1 leopold and ol the Legion of "fHngle handed, Kapln destroyed a Herman battery, look tmss.ir regl- ottel and made forty prlaonara." w ii i . .nf. i w nil Funstrsn EL I'AfO, Nov ' Valdro Fa lie la. actlns w i retsry of fori tun n bttlona In the i arranta provtslonsJ cabinet, will sn tomorrow t" Vera Prui t" eonfef with (lenaral liHinatrm, according to information received tonight i Car rimz.i .ine'iis here An unconfirmed report had it thai Carranaa has prepared sn ultimatum to the commander of the American troops holding the east coast Mexican pari (arranta himself was tadai at Orloaba, near Vers Crul s.i.i.n I ,, mii I'riine Winlloliil MtNlKJN, Nov 7 is: 35 p in i Owing n serious Wound in tin leg received In action on the battle field it, France, crown Prtnoc Q sarin "f 1 Sim n ha iirrlnd at lb royal i.i tli gi Bteadan and win t ,r no for. ther pan in the campaign, saya a dia patch r ' . t? i The IliiKtii to (he Bt change Tiiesraph oompany. TIk prlnei Is 11 rars old. i ; 1 in on the fart that the Herman division st.,ff ,, November 2 moved fdom Thb It m ahenl S3 kilometers to the east, and that the line from Uhent and Host lo 111 iss. Is was bo- ber 4. when the engineers In charge Ihesa correspondents, that the ijer ' '' ' . titrating large fi.rcei drawn from Ihe aoutheaatem battle line ul " i Ihe front near Nleu. In it nii.l liixmude E oh! Musi ' M'lill I I Itrklsh I'm- nnliw. I'ETHoilltAll, Nov, 7 The follow ing ffi ; communication him been reei I fri m the Busslan general "i lur troops mi N'oi i mber d after n iier. battle, si'if. .1 ihi Turkish post lion at K i prttki ul i n Tui klsh Ar menla, .to miles east of Rrserum), a "atiir.ilh a i sltlnn ai .1 Wi ll fnr- llfli't Thi position i.'Mrs the route defeat Praising it l he the :nnr ItLl'ill-t p. pun enci "o s. r Rugi c.w fork! headway icnet rating f the Old he hlchrst gaged last . A Phll her re- Sald the in ' 't lie what you Just ople in A ft o a, . i s I U 1 man said to i at a te I ssllilo ttiat you, "f n f.itn- fnr s i en gl in i nt ions. ntgffj an unknown ui Is It I 11 v einlttent can stoop ti strut 1" Will I prefer 1(1 nisrry a man without a name, rallier than a name ll n man"'- IVtrolt Free Press lugh Luck. haa its pains as well us if the experience of an darkey counts tor any- spring, for some reason, us around town with a face oi dtssatiaf action. Win n ques tioned he poured forth a voluable tale of woe in these terms; "M.use Tom. he conic to me last fill) an' In s.i i . Muse, dey's gWine to be a bahd a nter, to yo' be koerful an' s.ui . .' wages.1 An' Ah believe Marae Tom. yassuh. Ah believe him, an' Ah save, an' save an' when de winter come it am i got no hahdahip, an' dare Ah was end all dot m aj on mah hands ' Itewmani Tuin -Tunis. LHtle M.'.is-. had been listening to her mother reading from th- paper All waa silent f..i sow little time1, and then Madge burst out luiighing MT Ml. Idl 11 1 V. Why. dearl w hat is u ' "I was ihlnkli g of Si 111 ii li,.Ml t li.. i, il.l I mother, 1 n : Hi ,1 t he child "But thefe was nothing about that, dear." - "Why, us there was, mother." sold Madge, "aboui (heir beating on tin Ir tlltn-tums till they COUld be henrd lor miiis Everybody'a M-n - Diploma tie lalcagirt, Amid ihe lace bargains In one of (he target d partment storee the other .I n :i shnppei i igroased In thought sel her little Japanese spaniel on the ti r Om of the s. lienor Is. not seeing the little dog, threw a remnant f reduced lace over Mm, When the woman Went to look for her pet he was not to be found, but several shrill iclpe, accompanied up an upheaval of the laci iieti nd ins preei me. Hi waa qulckl) rea led from his predlca menl and the a man hoerer4 kisses upon his mulct, tpturned neaej, saylni "bid the) rovet mamma's prectoui with cheap cent UtceT" The salet girl, who h.ni evidently eultivatetl diplomacy, assured tin dogs mistress thai the hue h.ul been reduced from ti to 6o cents, and Ihe man loot her pet aw.i) mollified. Philadelphia Hi ord, ' IC lOt Of Ti Wi Is l,n llki d quallt) . for Monday, no h 8c im lot of Towels fringed, i-.'i i':iv formerl) gold for Joe each or 85c llo p.,,! Wi hull plenty it tin 111 fi r Monday, 9c I r I n. on Pi Monday 49c in I 1 HO Value and Tuaaday u fine iiunllly Ladles ui H i-' r 1 1 50 I'ului Qflr (oi Men, i,. y only . 30 j One i"i of good grade Children's or L J j ins i 'i of extra fins Boys' gnd Misses i ti, ..ii suits, regular fi 00 QUalit) : Monday tiii'- lot nf point Qiinlitv Kht't'td j size m 4f)c I'.Wa si.' ials in Slieotinp: eiy tiosf quality for Ifotniaj only, ns foltowsi 9 -I Uleaelied, 35e quality . '( 0 s. i 10 ! H 0i O ,13 . ... :. ,K arlaMssn.. fc C '.fasnssHKsW '-: M Bptoiall in Dress Goods. I'i'i'. n all eolom - ( wondi ivC IT Monda; tin i urd , xlC M.50 Broai , - rrrv Moi . .iii H2.50 I.. Hi quality SiUt TUtett in all eolorg, including black, white and all new shadps, for Mm. 'lav and Tins- $1.19 Most quality Mcaaalinc in nil colors; Mondaj and Tip stla A V 95c e5tssBBWMKiECj?i gill" I HI I IIMllHllli mlrf un n fletils' Nightgowns; po.nl grade flan in 1 and a re wcl I made; half tio' market price, . bjb atf Alas 48c 28c B lieil M usl in : r- i ru fine, sofl t'iniuli : 36-inch Bleached Mus lin; do droKsing; gold regfu!ariy ut 15c the yard. Special tor Monday and Tuesday, twelve $1.00 SBB1 SBBBI mm Rxtra speciala in high-grade Shoes for Monday and Tuesday, Ladies' and Mi -si s' patent leather, plain toe, in lii'l "! cloth top. Tli 11(11 s usiiiillv retail nt $4.50. Come to Kalin's Mondi iln ; all si. S2 4S Beautiful patent lnl or gun metal Shoes in all the latest styles; any style heel; in button or lace and hand turned j made to sell for $6.00. At .UU 811 J3 E Men's Dre 58 Shoes. All $3.50 to $4.50 Mens Dress shoos, in laoe or button, tan or black, and any width or size. A large lot to si le -t fi oin, O r f oid !)eOU Children's Shoes at one third less than regular price, 1, allies' comfortable Pelt-Lined Shoes that usually sill at $2.50. All sizes at Kahn a tl 1 1 1 f week $1.35 1.000 Boys Suits. newly arrived; regular 17.60 Bults, This Week, your choice Norfolk Coals, all slgea and latest fabrics. These Coats formerly sold for tl.r 00 i mi sal Monday for $3.75 id latest trly sold $4.75 ! n Overcoats, Coma and pick out Overcoat; regular 115.00 to f values. This week, your $7.50 choice $1.50 good grade Flannel l Shirts al Kahn 'a nn Moi day JuC Peter Pan Suits. Extra special in Peter Pat) Suits. This lot just arrived; in all sizes, and were ni.'Hlo in retail tur fiz.ow ami Klft.UU. At Kahn 'a Monday and Tuesday Dou'1 Kail to So, 25 Ladies and M isses' Baincoata. Special , , . $4.98 $1.98 Ladies' Suits. One lot of fin,. Suits in tfafl latest Styles llllil newest fabrics, Those Suits are high grade god are silk ined. Tiny are regular $18.00 values. On sale for Monday nl at . mmmi at . ... ' Big; First Street Dc partment Store. 15 East First. KAHN'S Half Block East From Main Street. 15 East First. WITHDRAW OVERCHARGE SUIT MMST RAILROAD BELGIANS ACTIVE IN CONGO M I I ll W III .It in.l s Mint T I . i s ( s R Hu i HI Ml KUI.lt. arnuslni POPLAH BLCTT, Mo, Nov. :. The suit f"r alleged overcharges in freight and passenger rates agg legat ing $1,000, Died ul" ut n year aj.,1 against the St. Louis, Iron Moun tain .V Southern railway by Attwmey General Barker of Misaouri, was Withdrawn Inie t"d.-i ly Afsji(aiit Attoinei (iein 1 1 i M Kiti h. Mr I II. h at ted While Judge J. P. Foard of the iiutier county circuit court waa rendering an oral opinion in which he indicated he would huh. tain the railroad company's demur rer, By withdrawing the use before jadgM Foard's oplalon was I led the state se ured tin right to file tin" same suit in S'ltne othei court This was one Of H sin liar units against the Missouri railroad siieg Ing atrproxtmsU'l) 1 S,odo,G06 (e.sr ihargee while the Missouri two. sent iai. case was before thi supreme eotti t. i Irai Hia hup d in k is DRBKI iRN, , RnrsM V 4 The fir - f wnrfisn r.r.rtid to havi risf her in n pr.'.'nt wnr. was r-nfin'ss Mirgar Vnn KalKen- "' " ' killed bv n boprb arngpmi rr'.m so rnrnnno nu set lag M s nnr in a hogpltal u' M Buhjccted lieai. i U n the Ger mans. HAVRE, Nov. 7. ( 1 0 : f. 9 p. ni. i A report of the operations of the Bel gians In the Congo, as iiublished In the Courier L'Armee Beige, says; "Uur troops have conducted them selves bravely in the colony of the 'ongo. A flying c.llunin bus Jus( taken Kiseegnle, fortified point on the bank of Lake ktivu. The troops in their assault on the fort Inftlctod heavy losses on the enemy, "A German attempt to take Albert villi On (he west shore of Lake Tan ganyika failed. "A Belgian column from Katanga has entered Itrlllsh Khodesls to aid the British forces from Ahert irn In an operation directed ag in, si Uerman I Kast Afrua i;i li iiil III ll. 1 III I, A NTfll I ll.. wl ii 4 nueh I , ity Mnrnhal the ' hlef of ,, Ibal a horse hi livery irn s' tl I under the imprn hronghl lo 'i' its M'Htsl by I Reaped nl ho e, is had i 1 very nr. the horse, hired iln- i ink. if the men who id n..t bring it to trie ib. ription of tin sto.n. , is generally bo bs I" one of Ihj. six men ft the Okmulgee Jhii Th" liver ym m nml en r ' hf i ui nave been ' ription of flu man and trf (hrm from loivlns stolen property snd pegglbr agasM in ' apturing thi ronvlit. ' hnl 'lie ir.e tn pr. AULT TO ERECT MODERN BUILDING DN UN SI. HIM, BE THIIFX RTORII s HIGH AMi IV) i us Mint I 180,000, The buildings- en Main siini ,,. cu pu d by the Klstler drug store and tho Haml urger cafe adjoining it were va pated yeaterdaj In preparation for their being ilelnollsh'Vl the first r the week tu make way for a thrie-slorv hi ick structure which i to be erected by A. I ' A lilt at a cost of f:i'.',i'00. The fust fl ,,f the building will be itlllsed by a store, said Mr. Auit yesterday, He said that he did not ItnoW what kind of a store It would ' ' SI lo had no) n t made anv ilis P"SHi of ll The two upper flours will h nsi d f"t nffleei unit eantlaman's i. ihi fronl portion for the for nn r and the bai k for the InttiT. Ti Igl'.g i ''us will he built in lit" ,.f Inn, with a bath between. The whole structure will be modern throughout and there will be no ex- ip in d tn iiiiike ii attractive ami flrel , l iss. said Mr. Ault yesterday. The ft out will be In gray brick and tot r i I nttn. Miff 11 on in Montana HR1JCNA, Mont . Nov. 7. 'Woman's siifii tsn apparently hs won m Hon After fsvnrlng first one sldn and Iho other for threi" days, returna today I" gan showing strongly In Its favof, and with half the precincts of the state reported, a majority of 3,500 was Indicated.