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I'HK Tll.sA PAIL? woiM.P, Bl"N O A Y, NOVEMBWH I, 1014
1 II It K K i v. lb HEAVY HAND OF WAR HER 25,000,000 PEOPLE FACE STARVATION AND DEATH NOW HAVE NO REAL FRIENDS Can Only Appeal to America to Aid the Sti.ivmg Thousands. We are living today In times of unl (mil dread and distress; tha wild ml fancy before the war oould not have pictured iuoh unspeakable aooneii an are witnessed a) pressnt b) tin Iiihau ilantN of EJurope 1 1 in Poland, however, with hor 000. 000 unfortunate Inhabitants, thul funis horaelf In the direst predluameut of all. That country, alnoe the first out break of hostilities, ha.- been the th art' nf many out lien; the enemy hai wept tin unto from end to end, h" iiuii where formerly flourlahed thriving villages and towna there are now found iiiii! una deaobtion The world has heard f the atroci ties perpetrated within tin- confines of Belgium; the American preaa haa pub lished whole columns of descriptive matter regarding the devastation wrought there b the Instruments of war. Vory little has been written re garding what takes place In Poland; the press has not been admitted to thai stage of action. The world has airi-a.lv heard of the burning of Kalis by tlx- Prueaians gnd of Jaroelaw by the Auatrlana; y't l i- nol aware thai thousands of flour ishing vlliagi s have been rased to the ground am) that hundreds of thou sands of people In consequence have ben reduced to extreme poverty. All available men have been forced Into mill tar) service. The Krcnch ni. in. Mir Englishman, the Belgian, the Russian and the German hate eaoh the consolation thai thej are de fending their respective countries. Thi Pole, moat unfortunate of them all. whether In the Austrian, the Prussian or ill" Russian army, is fighting In the Intoresl of his oppressor Tl( i pie in Poland arc threat ened with a famine of which we al 1 . -t can have only a poor conception I'raiur and Belgium, though In 1 ha throes ot tha war, are euiiiitrias gtlll possessed of lhatr own governments sud powerful meant of itippofl l assistance. On I j Poland ha s bean abanddi ad by all, el not b) all Thers i A m ei 1 1 " i i inn moat ramarkabje i hampton of democrac) and freedom tha world has evei ssett. There hi in. need of any extra effori toward i nllstlni the mpathy of Ann i lea for Poland A met lea has ot er borm i I will towards tho country of John gobli sKi and ill demand al ot i rj opportunity thai Justice be meted oul 1 1 , ,iii iiir down-trodden nations of Europe, p. .land is convlnood thai ihi I'nitod States will work toward Justice fur all people who wish to shari In the bop ni lea i f peace, And u is but natural thai the Poles should look up to America tor aid ami assistance, for Justice, symputh) and f.nr play, tor the tremendous moral force of her endorsement America is Indebted to Poland for the services Of her Illustrious ons ko.-iiuK.ko ami Pulaski. Kosc)uesko h i been called t he "father of A met -lean A' mi. 1 1 " and I'ul isk i I be "Ka ihor of American Cavalry", The Po lish heroes fought for Independence and helped thi- colonies "to form a more perfect union, establish Justtoe, Insure domestic tranquility, provldi toi iiio mon dofonao, promote Hit general welfare and saoure the bless ings of llbert y." Poland has always championed i lie cause of freedom and Juatloa; we say of freedom. Inasmuch as she wai tha bulwark of Europe against the barba rism of the 'nst. because she received tin Jews, i ho Hussites ami emigrants of the Thirty rears' war when all 'be rest of the ori,i would have none of them, and I auee she lias ever bold up high the torch of Idealism; and we say of justice, because she has never believed In force and violence while hor groedloas policy as carried towards hor neighbors, is unparalleled, with perhaps one exception, In the history of i he world. in v low of these past services ren dered to the world in general and to Ami rlca In particular, Poland Is as sured thai ibe people of theee United statos can nol remain Indifferent to the horrible lot of iter children. Poland 1 na nit above tbr ashes ml ruin of her fertile fields ami pi list driven from i u nfitiss of I '" land. Poland aak i in clttai rut of l his groat republic to emulate the notable (ample of i 'ampbell, Cm t Inoad of the saorednaM of liei cauee, she i K pii i- frpm Ann l ira uoi onl) words of gympdthf, but. above nit. resolutonosi of notion. Kin- appi 'I to Hi., people of America In the belief i ti.it tin t shull not I..- char) of rendering aid and as slstauoe. o acknowledge recelpi of all con . ago publii atlon a hieh Is lo so' f rl h ilio position and aims ol Poland all I io promote American Intersil In th Polish people as a nation, pi iUHH ri'.vri; ai. I F.I.I EP 1 1 )M I'm W'cabH and l.u of ppctio 'I'lio u.i atandard general strength ening tonic, tlJVE'8 'J AKTT.I.KSS lull ton:, drives oui WMarla ami builds up ibo system a true Ionic and -nil- ujipetiaor. Vot adults ami Ifaaons, lu nilon! All Masons are urgent!) requested to moot at the Masonic Hall on Hun day evening, November . at 7:10 o'clock for tho purpose of attending ih.' feeewsM services of Brother Knickerbocker at the Boston Avenue M E church. ii is iii.. intention to mi. mi tin. services as a bod) of Masonic breth Ion and not ana I O dire, Bpeclal si a Is will ho prot Ided and a I an. lid unce is desired IV, i staiii. II. 'ill' t In- SA XT' N'g at tho i 'hi Isl lah church, beginning Bunds) morning. Adv. CLASS OF 1910 TO HAVE A REAL LIVE REUNION tltlt W.l HI I XII i I ' III Blti ti'l t ST I KOKMAK IN t ill SPUIN'ti. A TALE Cf M OLD i K r SMITHY KNTKKTAINS WITH SOME LINKS ON FREE LUNCHLS IHE MAN WOO BET DIMES Always Sure to Win for Then Was a Cockroach m Bat li Big Doiihnut. and bids of that i tho oppn us 'emember i eminent d - Thomas fr p. -rini; towni tho example champion of i 'am obeli. Thomas : in i 1 1 -1 1 hi.- sympathy for tho i Wrongs of Poland. No his si mpathy by words resolute anil continued 'minded tho assoel itloa tho fin mi of Poland, which not only maintained tho strong Intoresl foil b) the British people f"i the Polish na tion, hut was tho means of providing assistance and giving employment to large numbers of the unfortunate - oly expressed ifferitiffs anil did bo show alone, bul by anion. He in London of Catarrh of Throat Relieved Gives Peruna the Credit. L. .ik prtAt With oal mil ughc mill Miss Kl IK . H ( lire Neglected told Caused L'E, Okla.- "I have suffered I I dm m M Serious Illness. id I tlf. "I had so many IThosc irrh of the throat. I caught It settled In m) throat, aod d badly and was very weak, lot shop and bad no appO- found m. h tO HiM' lip read about trm that dp I thought , but at lasl Peruna, so I great medb I will have nt) mother thought of na, Peruna, about foui hini;. and I ;ot a bottle Of it. ami itnvB I almost slonnod after aulnh I surclv found relief, ami two doctors, and had taken from that time We are not without different medicines and I I'cruna In our home, ul bjoot in liquid medicbics can now procure I'cruna Tablets, Oklahoma Pnlvorslly Is going to see la nai live, sure-enough class reunion like ih.) put on back In tho east nexi Juiu- when tin- class ot 1910 goes back for its first "round-up." Feuquoy Mai liawson, in of the prominent members of the class, consulted in Tulsa yesterda) about the proposed program ami have arranged features thai promise to moke tin- donlxens of Ho University riiy wake up and take m.t i. i hat t in- L'nlverslt) of ikla homu have some real alumni. ruder the present plans the olass w ill gal in r on j une B ami will sta) through commencement. Bach mem ber "ill wear a distinctive costume ,.101 President Brooks has agreed lo iiuii the unlverslt) over to them to' two days. Arrangements an- being made lo have all the meals served in tin- university buildings ami the "round up" I. in. put in Ibe gym. Aftor tho banquet toatai will be delivered Until la o'clock, lon the gym will be tinned over to the members of the university for a real pid-fashloned daiieo. This dance la to be fashioned aftor t he oid times w in n i ho cjai of '1" M.ie in school and an effort will he made io have Burke's famous one place orchestra, of olden days, furnish the mualc, The program also an nounces that the Deep Bark rt r Club, and Poet, th" honor society, "will rojie and tie a few" for the edi fication of the new graduates. Mbrman will lie capturod ami no dignity will he allowed exoeptlng at ih" commenci -out procession when tie program announces "DTGNTTV will not ho hailed, grab vours'. gel a strangle-hold mid run;., t.. it Thla Is the firal real elass reunion ever at tempted and the leaders of the oiaas Ol 1010 promise to make it .mo never to ho forgotten, Influence. N'ot by Words and actions alone ate we Influencing those about us, bul lo- ,oit- i'nm h-oannivi Wo novor tooel anyone, even in passing, thai WO do not receive ami, in turn, mane an uu presaion, either pleasant or unpleas ant. Have we not often been cheered and had our thoughts diverted fr out own discontent by meeting with a cheerful, happs face. Bvon a child has eln ored me by Ills silvery laugh ami happy face as we pass him in his play, oh, then lei us strive to have our hearts full of love and it will ! make our faces glad and happy and our passing Influence will he good, i And if this grace be ours, we cannot I hide it any more than the roses can I suppress their perfume. We wore once nueii Impressed with this beau ' tiful truth. We no t a prott) young 'lady with a lovely Im.x of rosea In 1 passion we only saw her beauty, bul as w e went on In the opposite diree tlon from her the seen) of the rosea filled the air quite a distance, Bo is ! the fragrance from a consecrated, I loving h. art.- Selected. Hunters Attention! The Quail, Turkey and Deer Season opens Nov. 15. We invite all hunters to make our store headquarters. We have everything in the sportsman line and will cheer fully give you any information we can in regard to the hunt ing districts. M. C. HALE, Hardware 107 South Main Phone 22 (B) I'HfiKoN i Von woild womb i -eh es if a st or) depot al Kansas t'tt) i pee lUIP lies in a. 1 1 , mamma craw -d ots i ones to sleep, Would b . i his i une, 'l in i on t .,ui .i what is t in- re il new -. .it hen the Buei canal is be Imports m as Qlbraltui .u.i vim w .iter t limits h w m i - a III minis i rophli being so ami wat War is II) (lie if . ourse. you ad eight or ion out free lunches ids all.1 StUfl lllo i e do, pi Interci SMITH , I thiol.. at mill about mis time, ming as when the I.e. ,11. lei u with Turkish led foi i urklsh at and s,. forth. a woiibln'i or m i m in i era w - u.i in craw-dads, like to . h day l.l depots or i t i e lain h you have read these Paris ami Berlin Pntrograd dispstclt i'.ni lines London and ml Vienna and .ill .1. b led like sixty, il plotcd in authority, ;n victory hut. neverthclcHi from hell-to-breakfast, wh pile, SomellllllK I ll.lt H . ulue has to oa) on a nub J mpleted eusorod is j re 'lie at t I hat's ul- .in .io of Interest fn '. a "i i h it hile, Dig BuuglinuU. t eeh the old I nlon ib poi lit was forsaken for I lie lepol Ii wss about run down to Kansas creek, and when we t Iked Into the di poi things ihui attracted ill. 111. lease I n size of i in mere o over tin tt e bad bcetl used lo Uvea. Thi re t hey wei der M'ass oovi ra largei flab bowl h.o'k home. I like, so tt . a nibled ..t counter ami s it do n. lee, too. We got Down al llti' come counter was a huh weaaen ! i ace, a cui low collar ami an ui looked all-the-worl Ion lo mat in I nt I ol fn si Ihe dougluiul doughnut that . i i lot In- 1 11 in h i It hud .'.lull fl lit II a k . r's lie. II I 111, ut her'a hii all "uncle there whom I ho tt I ill. OS. 'I'lllS old ,o wouldn't i it her bul l (or etrat hacksaw at I" o end of the rson bought 6 owch bun and Til hot toll Wo were too ounier, ot er) sandwich, wo sat : a dime." far a wat to tun i lo ip under stand tbe lot, hut in fifteen minutes timi he probably had bel tin- same 'lime a hundred times. Maybe it wasn't Ibo same dime, hut ant way. bo i a dime (hat many tin., s Quite naturally, wo were curious, '"it par ental Instructions were nol to ask any body any questions unless he was in a linifol in ami ii i. I on a cap That was 'In lasl Instruction Issued any ol the young fellows when departing from the environs of Owl creek for Kansas IVIEIM GET THIS You call spend $25.00 for a Suit or Overcoat DON'T DO IT! Or at least he fair enough to give your dollars an opportunity to buy di they can tor you. look at spitzer's close-out prices -SUITS For this figure you get. in um Btrictod choice of all my regular $18 00 T0-$20.00 SUITS For this figure you get an linfe stricted choice of all my 25, $27.50 and $28.00 SUITS Buy Your l ull Clothes Here Larse Stock io Choose From Overcoats Gives you an itnra stricted choice of all regular $18 and $20.00 I s Li V. ..' ifc, Overcoats Gives you an unre stiicted choice of all regular $2f).C0 $27.50 and $28.00 You Take No Chances At this .s ile for I will rc main in Tulsa and will al ways be ready to make t;uod any article that dues not make 'rood itself. tin. I out. tt. over that off the II t you thai win . nut afur CltjT. So III ol.lef t. bought a sandwich, Wauled in Dot, Tin' old fellow made a break uur way. We afterward learned he owned aeveral blocka of property uptown, ami thul he had become t. it wealthy In the paal fea yeara by bi u in dime I hi i e at the in neb coun ter in the old i 'nlon depot "I'.-t ...ii a dime," Haiti he. We started to take u bll saudw II 11. "Walt a minute," be laid. a diiiio flrel " "A dime on what?" We asked. "Why. don ! ;. "ii know ? Hot. a dlnn i hot c'h u i ockroach In sandw a h." Nol lliuoh We bad seen him loo many dimes on the untie bet th. aandwicdiex . aiildn't ! eaten that, Bo to make up tin- difference towarda the Inti rior cavity, we bought ii couple of ii'i'i boiled ena, laid our four dollars down ofl Jbe counter, and offered to hot lilin the whole smear, and a year-old calf back home, to i t. that ih. io was nary a cockroach III them. i was In the old UnlOli depot, ton, that wo not oui ft rat aenuine idea nboul ih" Immigrant. Wo had beard tin good old Bainarltana and fhariacea back home extol on Bovernmeni pro crastination "ii ut t inn off Immigra tion, inn our flrel hand-to-hand en counter with Immbfranta i urred there Tin y were of the fragrant knot. Iliad.' up of men and Womi U, baakets, baca, bablea and foodstuffs r.hodt who has ever ridden in a homeaeekera' tourlal ear In the win ter time understand about tin- Crac rant traarancy, ipulogoUontlir, It miijht not he amiss at this lima to apologia for having said so little about tbe war so fat, baoauae we have a lot we WOUld like to Hay ahotit It uboUt how it horrors came like dream nines out of the midnight darkness, and all of that, and how that fellow win. writes the dispatcher from Petrograd has lied so much about Russian victories that be finally stumbled into the truth ion we won t. Anyway, the promise w is to Mi.i eomething about free lunchea. However, we forgot to mention the fa. t tint as far as we ,:.o acquainted nth Immigrants, they feed their bablea, at a very tender uge, copious goim of the inwi banana. At any rale, there used to he a fel low by the nan f Miller in Kansas City who was said io have h. rved the finest free linn h in all America. This was in a day before Missouri legisla tors oaaaed a law that made free linn In s In saloons most unpopular i things. Miller s. ited six or eight dif i Cerent kinds of saUSSgeS, marly all uood; hot beef roasts, steaks, ham burgers, potato s..iad, sliced eorti beef, smoked dried beef, chipped i f. hot j welnles with hots, radleh, cold (law ami I hot dog, forty kinds of plcklCS, t..- Igether with garlic and Innumerable other savory and iallvatlcklln ' dfsnes, not to mention If ungarlan ' goulash, w hieh is about the same hintc as Irish stew depending much j .n whether it s a Osrntan or an Irish I imin who ealls for it. Then there were I IiIk trays of ni bread with spli t sesdl in it, crackers, wheal bread, hot t i- lion, slieed tomatoes SJld onions, boiled heets, canned sardines, blind robins ami an sodlcsa array of salt fish ill 'of wlihli wre fie,, if juu bous'it a glass of he.-t Sometimes if your ap-j petite exceed od tour thirst, your free lunch would rost ton none than the ordinary lunch nt Met'llntoek'a nol far away, or at Ton) I'ansi s in Si Louis, and you would puff up like a poisoned j load and nearly hate snakes that night. Inteatperam p. And. by the way, did you ever notice that v.oi can have snakes just a bout i us easily by eating t oo much as ton can by drinking loo much? yVc novtT had snakes. Wo always hate cats, hull don't you kon one la about as had. as the other? Take u I bolls. ill. i CtttS. I sitting all around on the covers and whispering sweet a s over your fevered toretop, and when you wake up, you sure will know ton hate I.e. n Home place! The time we had 'em. no douht they were brought on l)J eating tw pieces ..r mince pli and a' raw onion and a pickle io lore retll Ini II WaS lit III 1 I II'' Pie ol til'' I Ul .oh or t he pick le. ui maybe the two Um burger sandwiches and a dune s worth of hot tanialca we uto it tin' same tune, thai bred the catastrophe An) bow, it was a whole lot of full and i pleasure to wake up ami find it wasn't so about the oats. Si vera 1 years ago there were one or two near-saloons In Tulsa, when frc lunches were served, excepi on Sat urdays, when the hots used to come in from Red Fork Win n thai oc curred, there wasn't igh left around the place to feed the i a nary, so the practice famished inlnwls. Three tears ago w, were sitniii: on a bi i r keg in t if aun In ront of a business plsce in Winona, .Minn., one Sunday morojng. looking at th" bit ds. I This saloon had a full col!." lion. an. I ih. front looked like a bird show in an aviary, The place Is on t river, and at that time the saloons were open day and night and from tin back on Sunday. There were ten or twelve cages filled with owls, par rots, crows, magpies, gulls and so on, and m one was a big eagle with vny hair and tied down with a chain In tiie middle of the house then was s caged patrot. a big greon ami yellow fellow. IS very time ioi me came In he would say. "Kt. ry time you take n drink, thinns look different." And whenever anyone would leave he bad heen taught to say. "Hoot, UlOn." Well, on this particular morning, the Lithuanian win. bail charge of tin lards, mixed Up a lug unss of food for them. It was Composed of eoin meal, ground oyster shell, meat trimmings, soahed senilis of bread and other stuff, all made into a kind of a HlUSll it s a kmd of a lumbei country around .-re, and usually the luinborjackl an a droughty lot. About tins time a i.Ik raft boat tied Up on the levee and a doen or so Swedes flocked Into the place and ordered ilrlnk, a the) line through Ibe baek door. TlleV were iii the logging business, hauling I logs down th. nver fur someone else. swede. Too. Along about tbe sixth round of drinks, a long Swede with light hair and bine eyes spied the pan of bird food on tin- back end of the bar, with! h h i; Spoon ui it lie made a dive for It and WSS soon Joined by his com- palnona The) took turn shout with th" spoon, and In I minute there Wasn't as much left in the pan as the Id d Fork hoys used to b ate when HUly Miles and Moss Miller were put ting out free lunches Ami another thing, there is less truth and more depravity in Ibe dls- i!,.if-h from tiolitieal II, .1101 liar! el n I thiin there Is in those from WSI bead quarters, fi Cloilies This Device Stands FOR Perfect Sanitation Ckaning This emblem ol membership was granted Us b) Ifai National Cleaners' and Uyers' association, onij aftei .. r pi. mi had been thor oughly Inspected, ami found to be In every r sped up to the high si 1 rids ni that thi . di uiund trout each and rery member, When 'nii send 'our garments to the clcanct in be cliemicalh cleaiied "ii should eousider tho liealtli nf your Patiiih nud be Burc that you Bend them whew they will be (.'leaned uuder sanitary fonditioiiB, Clothes that are cleaned in .1 dark, dirty place are uoi really cleaned and ''.'iiiii"t 1 sanitary, linii't take chances where vour health is concerned, We Invite the Most Critical Inspection. Bankston '$ Parisian Cleaners and Dyers Phone 48.r)0 and 4851. 211 South Boston. AUTO DELIVERY. t lley's TcstitaoN) Dr. Wiley, PUTS food ixpcil, tele- brated his 70th birthday recently and boasted lo his friends that he felt as fit as ir he was only 10, lie attributed his excellent condition to the fact that he had good t eth. Which In- had si" ways taken care of properly. It Is more than likely that the fa mous chemical expert owes much, also, to his ability to recognise fit and unfit food, yet ins tesUmony as to the tmportai OS Of proper . are of the t. eth might well I..- heed d. it is not important thai tbe average Individual could keep his tei th In sound condition for as little SS during an entiie lifetime, if in- began early and paid consistent attention to the matter The big tail at the dentist's Usually results from the process ..r putting "fr simple duties; the postponement of little tasks until they become, large tasks. It isn't a popular thing to he put- tlng shingles on the dentist's roof, as the saying is; hut any matter which affeel tin- public's health OUghl to he a proper one for comment. And it does not seem Improbable RtX A. HINNIIUTT VIOLIN VIItTUOSO INSTRUCTION Tortus Rvasunible Phones 1561. 3133. that we are arriving at an era when ' the prompt attention to defective etes and teeth may be regarded as on. ,.t the proofs that the forces of ClvtttSS I tion are bearing us along with them. St . I. o.iis Times I'm iii tin Vest, r.iiierij.'neieii oueii prote a man in i.e more courageous than lie thought he was. atul sometimes they ttork op- posluly. Room for trgnmettt. It's a question whether the quarrel some people all net married, or the married people ail get guarreleogM.