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I'Ui: TULSA DAILY WOULD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH .11, 1915.
ALLIES ARE AGAIN AC1IVE IN STRAITS ROEERT M. SHAW AND MAN KE ACCUSES $50,000 SUIT. RAILROADS ARE IN HEALTHY CONDITION Nezv Hats for Easter from Stetson and Dunlap ii r wo ( A T .1 AVarsliips I'i If. I Vcl lllitiM;iiitci lav In- I.llitrv l'iltlui 'v VESSELS REPAIRING I la 1 1 i. i ",v Turkic S;i .- Sn.'-taiiH'd h 'I'n-itiuiis Tc " 'lh It'll ( .i.i. .1..!: .'I A!., ,n Ii'. I ' rk- I' I. ill. i: 'A CI 'AM 1 U-t hi) I" I., p. in ) Afl. .it .il ) 1 i I In Vessels of till oope. S Iran..' the IliK 111' lit lv Ii u tt ii n i . t. .. hi . .-'ii.. . M ii I tn. id.' mi ml i toll II i 1 mi . I. in nil imis I.i win Tut l.l:-li in in. v w lilrh Il ls " I) lllL'hl has I" II I din I Tui l.i-.i If . til. il.lv 11 is I..-I A pia r- ill I ii.i t- 1 1" r Utt i'i i I In' null. . .1 1 "in i I WatelS IlilS I .'I'M made since Man-h I'. Int. I 'it ril.i ni-l I. n defense W' I'wn In. ki in.'. li.'W i- ft'. Mi ii in I it !.. k i's ii ;) it ' till lif I III' .ill'I'H av . .. ii'iu lull- ilw hi-. it), fur u I" ' mi I'.'i i .1 tin nt Ii.i best. There lias been 11 n el. nt' .iliii"''li''i'' .ill belief is i x .i' fs. il ) r V .M.i i.h I' ml 1 1 1 1 1 1: I . I v -'III' 'I i rated -II. il' I l.y 1 1 Mm.' 1 1 "li p- and th. . -',1 ,i .'i;. k 'A II M'll . , I ' I ' thai tin l. . I.. I II .1 I ' ' t I il I' Ilk ..ii Miti -..'Ih I'lllMC iPl.lh.'U.'- I. .ill. . I '. .-,1V that III I I H , I till' I III'! f is 111.;, nr.' till "f a fire si" I". v. I.uli tiii' .1 - Imii int.ilh in. ,i til.' Mt l.lll.'tt. 1 1' Tin- A mi., lat.-'l I'r. ss I'l tin' I.i l few davs has I'anl.ill. Il' s f, I t I. .il'lh i lilln s mi thi' 1 '!,. II.' .1 lli.l w it hMaliilllin tin' lir. fri.tti tl"' wittships ill.' tallied l.v th" Tuikish litilfi'l lulv .shunt. if. sit. ' I ItlH l' Mill Miiiinl fur than i I.I. pin llirri' (s ilts M f c.iiti'ii nis. I'ul-a ,;""1t" V " f C.YI SHAW N V- 'xr - A '.(,.';'..:'.r."Ti.'1;' . : " pv. . ;;" J' V: , A ;-f-' lit ' $ -Vl5 W .-t -' -. ..ft I'stiuitiliy Tends tt That Western Lines All Pros'iK'Tnus. Show Are i'IIH'.i;o, Mairh ::'). Ttsliiiumy it tin: wi'Mi i'i' r.iilt iiinis in.ili'.nl uf I .'I'tiiitiif iiii.n i n-'ieil, h;ivo in th" I...-: 'hi. ji'iits iiiir. more rt'Miiin' than i-icr li.'lur.' in tluir hl.-tnry, wan I'l.'i-r. 'l at i tic Intcrstati- i ntl: imTr" 'i.i'! ii' I--,", II livannc tmlay of lln- 11 H'st.-rn i.h I rii.i. Is" p. niicn fur higher la .-s mi .i-itniii i uiiiintiiiiilis. A I I'OIUlll ,tl "1'm MIlull tn On- lail-ii;i..-' rl. .) tli.it th'V lif Iii-i init t'-.l tu i-.' latin that will vii I.I tlii'in at 1 1 SHAW. ri. King G rpves For Stricken Country .is t. V. I. N . In r l'ii-iii I'iituii's i.limv tin- iif f.-i'l l.'IIS lit tn tlii' Ii.- iii'littiiiwti ami In In rt Mai'.s.li ii Kli.iw. I'.inki i'. who Mrs. Kni Ivi nil' Shaw. 1 :t. V I'ai ins li..t. f..r a vi i I; 'limit km Uli 'It's mi', Iti.kiv. Wllh'h tlul lint is TIim sir't i ml bi'lllin i-'ivtr her iin! I : ii lin r l fur $ . L . 0 it i . s ami rhani l.i re (inkles. iiiany of Hit-til li.i'l (t'liiitiniiiil I'fi ' 1" I I'.IKI' hi.'.) II fur IIS Willi i Hi. a I iuiiM in , it.'.'l I in. I I ;.' i.i ' -i nt nii.ii'.'iit I am " ' I'l.l .11 Il ' 111' Il .1 I' I'I'I'tl "iill . i hat we ia ! siif- ' .11' I 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 I.I 1 1 1 SI It .si ill n il "f i i in It . I tii'S i-t iiii.i::iin 'l I Mat I lir ( in.iii m ili ".'ii t I'l.'i i .i I. in i i in i s a I k' .tin I i lull! .i.iitrarv. I i I ami .I... in mi tilt- in m illllil'sS Ii :Mi mils .I I I,. C, 111. 'I Ii Ml.1' 111- ,, I I I , I I 111. I k i ii i: I'-'lr ,11' I "I I'll "!' "!' II . 'I"ll -t.-fl Ii .11, I'll til ri.ll.'ll Kills In -tpt: imli ),i tnl. nt eins-. Wuiiliii wa.s ttii' ln.-t wilti. ss ralli'il I'i fur., tlm i t i.hI i;.. (. hail 1,,., n i I'liitt'i'li'il willi tin- t 'liii k.i.sha I'ottuii 'Ml i.imi'.iiiy s.Vi'ral .'ui'.s ami also runiiirliil with fiimi' .s.'W'tit y-f 1'tlnr Kins anil nl,',iit t,-n nil mills. U i.iiloii i'.aim i that .Mrs. Watson was if In t 1 tu htm hy ma t ri.'ij,'i slio al'I'IH'il t" liim I'"!' a 1"; I J, an. I !"! it In .linn-, l!m:i. lir stat". I that tils .i.iiiian ha. I tin lni.siiir-s hi'-f"t'- thr i "t I'"f itl.'ti rum mission at thi' tiini' th" loan was ni.iili., thulii;h thi if li.nl l,i .'ii s,,mi. mattiTs l omiii HI' I fun- ami iil'ti'r tliat. As Int.. as I ' 1 4 t hr . iniiiiiis.-liiii lia, h,..,, , i',,m I'i. tints ami i.-su.'.l urtli-rs hiivim; tn .In with thr i 1 1 1 1 i i ir loisnii'ss anil in thi' nt'l.-r in, i, I.' ii il.i, ,-. th,- ,r f i;m- tittu is mil. h as ..lir I . 1 1 .-1 1 a hair, ar ii.nliili; In lu. al run. Ill :,,ns. '1'l.is i'f ih r Wuul. ii sal, alf.'. . . s,.i:i. uf ln l itis a 11,1 ill th. ai;i;r.'LVitr ah, lit thlftx in Wats.'ii. i,t, Di. I ainl ilrayaK'', it was w tu the original I'ahl Iho i un.siilnvij. iiiuir. fur 1 1 - la in l! I'K. nt ami l-i it- I i i.ii'i ln nt- i, i;. r . . t : I ', : I II rrt;r.vVf".K,ii'AX 0 Stylishly Trimmed Spring Hats Re duced for Tomorrow Sale .98 J'.'St tllltll of it. hni- niiK ilayi I. .foio i;..s:ir (an , (mi. t,f tin- smatMv tiimm.., linlllll ts. Sli.(,. f.i ss S. (itfitiirlit Snilots fim- Sliaw I'iiiim ami i l"s. -f.ii dlr In all tin- n riiiriKs. It. mm ' tu iIiih- .rctu tails nine l, tain i,.k f ;l..rt. Tut - ni; hats f. r la- taiiui'. tiim 'nm anil Hi'i' "I liar- frnlni! Iii-f irp i til '-h.i ::;i,'. UNIQUE Millinery 4mi South Main. May Have But Is Not Sure, Swears Hamon K' ,i ,i i 'fin i '.ik,-.' t in ,M I uili I v 111. 'i. r in 1 1 ' , i . ,1 Tl., I ' l..l t ! 'I'I. I I " 1 . I'. Ill Irl: I I t ,k" f I': il Hi il r XI 1 1 1 11 t .1 "I t ; n i' .1 I tin lulu r. ..n "ii. i :". 'i'i s:.li nt uf i. . w Mia , ,, ,v I'.irifir h.. h.M hi i ll lllti Ii stril ,.: t -w l;.-l.' all. I oil ilrvrl- . Ill, t of A I .I tilul r. "mm; a nolo fur ' -"'I s li.lnn' tu it w III' Il Ml. I It. Ull I'll" if till' is II. mil. ii s.iiil thai "1 . i . ! , n : ' i v a n , t hi n.; in. I .if!, r frn air. I i f. 'II.. S "11 loth s. I. s t n i""rv. his mm, I fatlnl 'II.I t ot i'. all tiuinn I'.r it;, I not ,i m tliit . .-tl It. A-ki ,1 If hr ill, I t h. Skir in In.! i 1 hrro ' s.i i 1 In- iliil nut n- ; s ,-. urn', t'.in .lolin W. ' S'lirt'l. ii.in 'is r uf tin- i ' k 1 a h i ' t it a , K.iilwa i"iniai. was ri.-iilol ami' il'iliiiil that II. ir:i. ti ha, I shown him t In. n. t.- it i, III' (inn. in thr o,,V uf Mir Skir ti h"'. This was il'ittniii thr i a m , i mi i t 1 : I I a n, I it was onit i;i sti .l that if thr lioti- wa.s .llot, .' . .1 ..ml .-. n' m t It won, I make ; I K' l'ilhl', I'l - i!t.:ll tl il ,(. I . mill l ( iitnp uiv'h Mull. a . I It was m. Dry ! k'H'im; til tfc 4 t 'hr k H.-'ia ii t .1:1 (ill coiii,aliv which. I: K. ..,oti n. rutin, rtril Willi lhat . utii.ati . Ii hi i iI t.i .Mrs W atsnti. wife of A I". Wats.m. i ..I ...rat i"ti ioiuitiH- , 'I'f I t, ' ,.., s ,, ,t I tlo l., Hs I A thr fi.sil Ills III all, I I i' . 11 It. 1h,,l:i;h 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 1 1 1 I I - t .1 -I l , I 11 otir ttmr. h , ml. i r. I 11 111 It ( I. tl an ' r i ll w a v i . ,n : a ! Wir.trii, in ai'swir to iii..sti.,ns uti t ll" nth l I '. S. II.I t ll ,,' r ,l. ,;,.( klloW" U I I :l . Ill 1 V 1 I I Il.it 1 hr cut I"'f at loll roioii,i.-i.,ii ha, I ii ;:u , a, i-,),,.. tli. II i.V.T th ' rottoll i'ls ill thr st.ltr. 'I III- lo-r 'll i. n tt,'lii,tr,l tu k.l t hl'- l"fr I hr t'"ii: t I hr fart that thr cum-mi-' ioii haiV a.-sumr,l i n n ,ln ion ovrr ttir L,lns sum,, tM1,. jaior I,, whin the l"in was ii- 1. 1.. t , Mis. Wat.-. ti This .line of ,ll( st lnllllli; was uhj.-rt. , f h thr ,, I'i nsr an, I tin. illy susi a i ri , I l y thr . mt .mil ti I h. ti ii, i. I 1 1 at ),,. ui. I not kii'AV nnl'l I;iii that s.irh hti-ili. tiun h ni ,r n ji - 1 1 i i lie .'anl lie h.ul mail suine i Ifoits tu rul 1. . t the In.m, wit hi lit sir ress. Askr.l if at thr I' ll, he tiirile the loan tn Mm Watsuti he was ttvincr to fain Iniliii iirr uf ( 'umnussiotirr Walsoti relative tu uttii in ai ts, Wmitrn s.'i'l ll'.at at thr ti'iie h- maile the loan h" was in mi tu i .1 uf the cotu-inl'-Kintti r's ullirlal Inlliietire. hat a.'. an, tn sotllr lllllll hern uf thr court as nii'isiial wa.s the fart that the imtii Watsuti irae A (. fm sin in a loan uf jr.ttti, was imule pav- 'i I'lo t" Wats, .ii ami srn,., Hs,, (,v him. Class, a ia .l iinril ttnt this was th. p.. iii.inv titers p.,,) it,,, same as i liei ks ale sume linii'H tua.lr. Clas-rn I.... tir, I Watson f.'.iui in .Inn... I'.tll. Watsuti, I-,, sai, I. , am,. (,, him aipl lalke.l nhoiil l.nviiin a farin an. I hiol li'cate.l ulie nn thr tilt . r ' 1 1 l.a ti line of the ('klahiuna Hallway inmpiiiiy. Imt "l.issell l'pl lilli'il it was oWtle.l hy the i:i Krtin I ic ciupinent eniniiitn. In Jin way ei.ntierteil with the railway, lie Kiil that he lu.in.il the inniiev tn Watsuti in tl,,. h.'pe that tlm 11 ;, n Ie lopllli tit rumpanv wniil.1 lln lui Ili'SS Willi Watson b'.iHineNK e'lll- il. hnWiArr. at . I th-' I'.ihV Mr ll.nl li.'tlfi' I tie note w an .1 ue Imt him fur piivmctit lur; cnaal nut pay It. Wilt. Nut a Askiil If he lui'l given up anv hope of i.-'f t ttijr It. Class. -ii replu.l that he h tr.lly knew. Mr t'lassin rcpllci! In answer tn (ptest lotis that the twtc rrp r. -i titnl his own tiiunev sml w as M? 1" r-ottal property nt-il that It wan not ch.iri;i I mralnst the utrret ratlw.iv li t rnl freight l;,ia the rual Hawkins saiil thai lie t i .1 nut know w hrtc it was, that lie hart looked for it and muM nut find it. He re mniil.t red tiutliitiK ahmit the transac tion other thuii that in.structiuiis had I'li'tl carried out. J. K. I'inti.A, now I'i'i'chi'r of the I'uteaii c 1'any, hut at the. time ti e shipment was made wa.s niaiiuk'i r, va. iisknl i urn i minis thr nal deal. He cxhil.ili'd the iccnrd hunk of the com pany which showed that an order was ix.riitcd on tictul.er 17, lll;i, fur Ta.tuju luiiiml.s of ci.al tu ),K shipped tu tlie ilartisuii cutiipany at t ikla huma t'it, less ten tuns tu l.r d. liv crtd tu A. 1'. Wat.-uii. This order had come tn the company fi'"ln John T. I'aiii'tt, salesman fur the romp, it, y. Thr Coal I. .1,1 Ii, I'll hilled out at t tie i . ah nt of $;i a tun. aiiiuiintiiiK tn the ;r.':,'r"s::ii. tu J! I'l. 40. The cun I'.niy had n n l i i! in money for the shipment jMi.tn, which with the f n tons ai f;i a. tmi .ould hale made up th,. differ, n, e. Tli. 1 1 1 c 1 1 1 , i.i ri J 1 1 1 ii whhii was iAliil.it. a) hv the pn.secii- ' In n ami w hich was scoured l.y thnu Mioia l'attott was. arruriliiiK to J'ni i in y. thr first tin,,. I,,- had seen it. Al- I ' 1 1 . i a i: 1 1 at the tun. the order i min hr was m.inu::er. ami wuiilu imt I iie.-i ss.u ily i nine iimlcr Ins personal ! I supei i.-,!, m al Hie time. However, his record hook simple showed the date' when tin .siiipmetit ,.f c. al wa.s made. I i and ti nt ten to. is of :t was t" hu j i hari;. .1 t.. A. I'. Watson, i .-'I'll.l'.ol' Kussill ase, the WlttlfSs if the card file, w hi. h had hrrn men- iiiourn in . uiini'i iiui, Willi tile Kllii; a.-t : I ii. 0 no, ti on u .ar mure revenue, '.,Mr Dills, statistirlatl of the Iowa i!fo. id cum mil .-ion, asserted that the jin ails. tui!e( hy statistics, which ull'ilrd, Wi re I'l'i s;iel'OU.S. 'Their net revenues fur the last live irs h.f. ' heeti invater than ever Ip tr" said .Mr. Klii.s,. "t 'uni parnl with I '.'"ii the last live.car period shew, I a i.et inerea-'e of p,r cet.t." The. w itn.'-s a.-v-i rf d that the rail-load- were now paytiiir mure dividends than cvr I..-fore and that the rate at I.i. h th. y' were aide In i.orrow money compat"-! f.ivor.ilily with the rate whirl, industrials had to pay. lie will i e rp -s-"x tunned tomorrow. 'Irm-v C. Wallace, Hen .i,,lne.s, la., who appeared as nn ii?neultural ex pert and who had testified that the railroad were attem pllne to Imi.nsB I'. ! ur.h-n an the farmers, was asked whether Iowa railroad securities were considered a, hotter investment than fr.t tns "I don t know, but if I owned an l"'va farm I would sell it and buy ra lroiid secirities,'' he said. Q ua ra n t i nc V(ni ini;. ' II KV K.'. h Vo., .March 30. A pi ucl.unatlon ininrantininff Wyoming against shipments of nheep, peats and tattle from all states and forbidding importation of all trtock feed -Tvas sik'tied today by Governor Kendrick as a measure of protection against foot ;.n I mouth diseaso. if Vi Hfe'' f.,v;V"l i i New y$: Arrivals in Xm Neckties .V V':.' for ill m Easter l ' Select Your Easter Suit Today We have a lioliradc )i4V new wcavt' for lien for Trolic SfHdter ( oinliiiie. WASHINGTON-. March 30. The d. piirtment of justice agents are In- estijjatiai; complaints from Missouri that there Is a comhlaiition at Jopliu that controls the spelter industry. Spring Snow Is Oklahoma Record (Cont.nued On I'age Two.) tuned 111 I'tilii" tmi, with I lie of orders, should show the i made hv the .salesman, and sal..' that it .should filer as Kinney MKS. SEWELL PLANS f ntlv in the Immediate locality and a constant iMimmer along the north western horizon tthowed that Tulsa was not In the, midst of the storm. A f"v minutes later, telegraph and tele phone service was temporarily discon tinued. Kuses were blown out by the ovcrcharued wires, but no serious damane was done, and ull wires were in working order before 3 o'clock a. m. Is latest Snow. Warmth and dampness prevailed until day auain. The sky frow ned and threatened most anything until it v'tirst Into a heavy snowstorm at 11 o'clock yesterday. The temperature wits too hlirh and the ground too damp for the snow to stay on the ground, and l.y an hour after the- snow ceased, at " o'clock, it had all melted. Snow on March 80 Is the latest snow on record at the local (,'uvernment ob servatory. There were six Inches of Miow on .March 2ti. mid five laches on March l!l, 1 H 1 4, but on Man h J4 of last year, sprliiK opened in artiest, which shows sprlnif to he at least a week later than la.st ear. After a vigorous, snow.-t' mi v.ter. day fureliooti, the un Hlimie out as htiis'htly as if it were a late dav in 1-M'tN . an I. nnt.l midnight tbo air "was i almost balmy. The fuvernment ob servatory report yestenlav was maxi- ti. . i ... I A .. I .. I .. . t . . ........ -iv, ii i ii i iii ii ii i wnicti is a , i,..,. n,.i .nun. im nun a year n ko w tun lit rifclstetcd iiiaximuiii ininiinum , 32. As a whole the people interested in tin- aKi'lcultiire business are pleased I with the wiatlu r fur two reasons. Water in the ground at this season of !the year Is acceptable. and cold j weather enough to keep ihe fruit trees , from bud, Imn until spring actmijlv op'tis. promises a fruit crop fur the romlni; year. Kepurls from other see tioiis of the coiintrv show that the itn isual weather is not confined tu Ukla- uoma alone. wtiinli'i'l'iil hliowiiify dT Suits to of fir you kIvIi' ciiloriii"; ainl tliis stiriiio season is The new Stein-Eloch styles Spring, the new Society Brand styles for Spring. $18, S20, $22, $25, $28.50 to S33.03 We are offering exceptional val ues in Men's and Young Men's Suits at $15.00. Two fir tlii't'i'-jiiecH Suits in every waiitfil fabric ami coloriiio-. Fine SiT'e-es, Worsteds. Crasln-s, lloiiii' siiuiis, fini' C'lissiint'rcs and un finished fabrics. Every one strictly all-wool, hand-tailored--the equal of any $20 Suit hhown elsewhere. Manhattan Shirts Every new pattern for Spring ami Sum mer Silks, fine Madras, Crepes and many imported Shirt- $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.50 to $7.50. Hli's- Our Boys9 and Child ren's Department is Complete In this section we have wade extra efforts to show every new style ami novelty for this Sprin-r. and Summer Suits for lioys from "Sainpeck" and Skolney $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $8.50, $10.00 and up to $15.00. New Hats, Shirts, Blouses, Caps, Shoes, Oxfords Ir. everything "Son" wears is here for him. fact Banister Custom Made Oxfords for Men are Ready. Uanan & Son Shoes and Ox fords $6.00, $6.50 and $7.00. tunc is wnll un d Watson when had not pt i ss. .I nn' he knew he t.lft. PEACE CONFERENCE T..ii ( .'.v -.. company, nor was It n c.ft. Walter HawkliK. bo ikkerper nnd Ciishler of the iJarrlson Coal cninpunv, testified relntive to tii eu.il deal with the I'uteaii t'oal .Mercant le l'u. K. alie to the ciirload of coal delivered tn that cumpmiv from the rnteaii cumpanv. he mid that ten tmis hud been ordered delivered to Wats .n; witness. Asked why I that some five or s x ton were deliv- i his own money he said ered. that bein all the bin Would t hn . It. .Asked arsin hold, th rerniiinder wan taken In pay III" puilis ' Hut he tui.nt t- stifi in i tn p d II. K ii hmi'tit Wilolel) , I r:M - n ?A V' " , . i' h-.y --I ; v 1 i "ut two hundred and sixty thousand , of Mrs. Hats ioii'ied out, much of it being th ten SAN KUANVIHtM. Mar. h .tfl Mrs. Wro-ht Si will, president of the ln- tei -national Council of Women nnd t pnrifn ist of world fame, in in San ' I I.. .1.1 at... ......... in. 1... ...... l-.... i. i Cram isco 111 the interenl nf lh tn. : ii. .1,1. . nn i . iiiniiiuri inni ll ill OI-l ..... ... . .... ... to othera, I tiirnt for drnyare and ftotiie of It Riven ' lernaiioiiHi i eace conrerrnce to lie had nowl to charitable Institution hy reoueM hehl In July. Active rU-tm will be Colli One in Arkansas, i.rm.i; kuck. Minh 30 a lieasy snow fall'nK tuinKht in Arkan sas lirmiulil to u climax one of the coldest month of .March ill the his tiry of the local weather bureau. Karly reports Indicated that the snow was general over the state nnd while It watt wet and nieltinic rapidly, fall ing temperatures Indicated that the state mU-lit be covered with a blanket nf whit.- by inornirir. Iuul weuther bureau records shuw that only twice in the last thirty years has snow fallen this late in the spring. Mi ports from over Ihe state Indicate that crops have been creatlV daiilRije.l Hil l that many cattle have perished frnm 1 old. In the southern part of the state. 11 is sal. I, rrtllt has been greatly datuai;ed. at the Chilean embassy here, today tendered his svmpathy ami that of hia Ku eminent to Secretary Jianlels. Tulsit iIuiIkc's lYIeml. KnsiKn Tiiii-.thy A. 1'arker, one of the 21 men who perished when the United States HUbmarine I'M went down never to line In Honolulu bar ber last week, was a close lifetime friend of Judge Culm I.inn of Tulsa. Jud(,'e I.inn rcciiHy re.eived dirert communication fnuii Marker's rela llves in .Muriay, Ky., that his friend Was lindi nlii hly u nn tuber of the 1 rew nnd that all hope of there bcinK a mistake had lai n abandoned. Parker was an orphan bny when Judne I.inn Knew him in .Murray, hu iuu im relatives close enoiinh to feel directly interested In him and he hail no inheritance. His care di pniilcd en tirely upon his own energy and cap abilities, lie was an unusually bril liant Iiui, aerordinii to JndKe I.inn, and had 11 host of friends who were inter csImI in him. Throiich Senator ' illle James of Kentucky, .1 ml ro I.inn ne rured 1'arker an appointment to An napolis military srhool, where he Ri-aduated with first honors of his class and entered the naval service im HKtli.it ly. lie had been promoted steadily since lie entered the navy and was an ensign on the U-4 when it met its ft.te in Honolulu hai bur. DARKEN i 1 LOOK YOUNG (iltAY H IU i:vi;x ciinc.i:i to DARK SHADi; A H Lampazos to be Scene of Batth fCuiitinuud rrniu I'ae One.) Impazus if Ihe buttle In not already In pl'iiKl-ess. .v'hould tl'iops be neces sarv on the American side at Laredo. Trx, in the tnent of an attack on Niieio l.iired.i, a I'lKiment of infantry is in readiness at Tixas City. Ihe situation .,1 .Malamoros ami at i I'l'nwrsi Hie, ici'oss the border, wis iin, lMiie. today. The Villa troops I You can turn Kray. fadcil, streaked uith K'ray lulr beautifully dark and li:slrous almost overnight if you'll ap 1. a few times, y.:an Hair Color l.istorrr to hair ami scalp like a shampoo. Q-.:.u, ls harmless, not itlrky, delightful to use and darkens Siiiy hair .so naturally and evenly thai no one can tell it has been applied. J-Iian acts on Hit roots, makes ray hair healthy, chaiU'itiK nmv hair lo that soft, dark lustr und Hhiimlame which makis the hair hi. fascinatinn .t'.'l ,'itttartive, besides prevents d.in 'Inilf. it' hint, scalp and falluiK hair I'lid prmnotes its fiiowth. Apply -l:;in to t-riiy hair and Ktalp and vou ll be delK'hted with yntir beautiful ' ...n Mil fTy. dark hair and lots of u and' VMtthful at.pearaiK e. .Money back If it falls to darken Kray hair. Only f.Oc fur n blir 7-oz. bottle at guaker I irua Co.. Tulsa, (.kia. Ont-of-tewn f. Ikj supplied by parcel l eft.--Adv. tt il.iy and expected to start southw 'rd In a day or two Sum.- officials wen ii. dined to credit the n potted action of VHIa av!nt Hat he prib.il.ly considered that (,'en er.U lUrM was com.n,. too much tin iir the cmitioi of Zapata and his ad visers it!. I th.it Uenttal Alleles ...mld ... uuoaie in? sniiata.n In the capital o foreiK iers have yet t.ft .M-xn o ity, hecreUiry Hryun said, althouyli eth the carianz.i and Znpata oilinals have promised to affi r.l th,. f,...iiu i.. " iera i rtiz. a report me inner place lodav said KI I' from ill i TO Another Line Snaps and F-4 Settles Back (Cuiititiucd From Taico One.) her aei Ident In order to yuan! axainat similar dls.isters In the future. H. emphatli ally denied reports of dis satisfaction over the work belli done by the raal authorities at Honolulu! Work Mcln ami Day vist-d rxpei ting to renew the asmiiilt on atTlval of tlitir artillery. Sntnnliiy's (ie-. Latest estimates of the lossi s on Kaliirdiy said 300 Villa troops wrre killed and an tibial titimher woutided, while the C.irraiUii garrison had 10 killed and 3 woiiii.b ,. 'ti the Amerleiin h'de a dozen kuhs from the Third lit hi artillery are Miidy for any emerirenrv. Secretarv irarrisun said th- Instructions M-nt to Jim ral Kunston were similar tu those rien whfn bullets and eliells fell on the Atii"ilrin side during the tlKhtinif Thete Is everv indication iimt h 81 N"c"' necretary refused to fleers and men at Honolulu Are i.ira'' "er whether orders had d. fatiirnbly worklnr nleht and ,inv 1""'" "r,'n " 't th fire If the with eery means in their power to tamv Ulln "appened at Hrov nsville. raise the sunken submarine and rivn. i The l-pr. rt inetit had only their rhlptnutes." fald He, retary lsan I iue.iuer :id. fs from Mexico Cltv fo lds, 'lay. Secretary llryan eliHract-rizlnir repulsed S.f .'rday la their Hr.-t at-j ,KJr l,ll""tt'n, t;o miles from Vera tarV wcte etiri'mped live miles frnm :1'1""'- nai' ''een looted hv a rehH hand the city, the ntate department was ad- lt,ml 1,10 maiiager had asked for a inil- 'ShouU! efforts fall to raise thi. submarine throtiKh lack of nerrssarv appltanrtft It Is the di piirttnent g n'. tention to send from this country the necessary salvate ejni Iiinent. Includ ing deep sea diving- apparatus as ell as expert deep sea divers t accom plish the purpose. . "It would, of course, be lmpool to t( such cpiipment to H nolul i pi time to save the lives of the crew, but the department ls determined to raise the P-4 at anv rant ma determine the rause of her accident in order that similar accidents Watson. The remainder of taken by that organization to end the ! av,.i,t.wi i n,. ti,. tons, after rx had been dc- European war. Captain U A. fctuven. naval attache tne situation a tncortaln hut with no disorder." No report tending' to confirm staienients that the Zapnta forces were preparing to abandon the capital nKnin ahad reached the de partment. The food situation Is again tomewhat erltbal, Mr. Itryan said, but Crucial Carja had given assurances that stiinethinit will b. done to m-et the enirrReniy. Itciorts from the bonier that Villa had demanded of Zapata that Hen Felipe Anneleg be mnalled as provi sional president In place of (ieneral Oarza la. ke l eonrtrniation at the Mate department or at the Villa aKen y here. (Ieneral villa was at Torreon ltary guard. I llusion nt llmwnsi III,.. HltoW.S H.I.K. .darcli 3D. While newspaper men were barred from vis UltiK camps of i,e Villa forces be slenlnif Matamoms. Mexico, opposite ... ..iu.,iue. louay, it was learned to-nis-ht unofficially that seventeen ma chine K'ins nnd ten pieces of artillery with many men had arrived at I .a Kuslas. five miles south of Malamoros, headquarters of the besleKlni: nrmv, to relnforee the Villa troops, and the attack was expected to be. resumed Wednesday. There wns no flirhlinK today, the defenders of the Mexican town being occupied principally, It was said, with the f.urinl of the Villa soldiers killrd n Sitiirday's buttle. Major 'Ieneral Frederick Unnston, ronimandinif the An eiican forces on the border, arrived in Mrownsvlllc this uioriiinif ana spent the day ncipiainl Ine himself with the sit nation, espe cially with reference to the manner in which shots fired across the Kio Urapde might endanircr American lives ami property. Major tleneral I unston, who refused to be inter viewed, held a lengthy conference with Cut. A. 1'. Illocksoni. romman U Inc the lower border patrol, after which he Inspected Port brown this afternoon. The const It ijtionalint-consulate In Hrownsvllle Issued a statement to nlnht that Carranr.a troops have re oecupled liter, opposite Homa. Texas, and ( amargo. across the bonier from Klo Uramle City.