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I i;iii in Ha, nun. in, -i hi tit- i-nl'i i-l . i - EM ID)AY llnv (hip-'cil nii.v ilip il.iy mi uhi'-h tht rit ml in in i 1 1 t iim , u in nth Ti vni ii ! , iln i in I el pmnii -nl I tint it w :ilil furnish Jin u m it hiippiy of urp Ui i nk in i; wiiti r i Ii m unit i In1 rit y '.nftiiiK, ml tli at pruniiMi liua nut lti"i fulfill. -U. 'Ih.' conti'ntimi tif Hi' Woilil U nnt tlt!il tin1 rit y hit lint i i n I'M mi 1 1 pi V d' 51 mil u m t r mutiiltlp 1 r ilritii, iiijf 1ihhii' hut tluit the w liter dcp t rt ir. rut not lip to lin titim di-ilT- er .1 it in iln wnter iiuiitin. Tin- siiiliini; of 111,- snl. marine 1 - I 111 Hawaiian waters is a f.uvilile II I list 1 11 1 11 -11 of 111.- f.ul ihal iuiiio nil iitoilern imlhuils of wi.ifan- Iiim- in iTi-asiil Ihe risk lo 1 In- aisi;ri'ssl e foive an will 11s to I In- ,, fi-ml.-i s l.ri-al in i ill mils have In en utili., ,1 to In, Tins, the facilities with w h mil hlllll. Ill life call he sl.liu'.hl. led all, I Ihe rum I'd of the , 1 1 . -1 1 1 pill out of coin luissinii. lml evi-i'v milled device for attack lias invnlvid Ihe t'li.iter dan Ifel- lo tin. -! who make llle all. ink. The s u 1 u 1 1 . 1 1 1 11 1 ., with us a 11I mil 1 1 ic 1 1 lv prop, lied and Raided 1 1 , 1 p 1 1 1 , . 1 s , i.dl cripple the hiKKi'St sn p-l 1 1 1 a il II 1 11 K 111 yd dev is, ,1. ami vei these men win i, pern l- the umlei s, ,1 11. ill have, nu'ie than aii v oni. . Ne, lak. n I heir livts in their hand-, -in. I 1I.11, ,1 h, fates Main imeh a lin.it has nolle down Willi its clilire iicw. le.ivini; a spot ,.f ml on the surface l- leslifv Dial a s, .,re or more of liv,s have I.e. 11 snuffed out W II limit 1 v en .1 li In, .'.I ,. a 1 ham e of rescue. lluit Hie I I Willi down nil prin I it c ma liei'V . 1 s. ., r,, n, t , t he of an innm, oiilv a, Ids I,. Hie horior I nf lln fat., th.,1 hii'u's ,.v.r those win. "s'n d "vv n in ' 1 lie sea 111 sh ... Th. 1 1 . li. !. .1 M. 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V . -;;.,1, we have the Stnty I I, at ., Ta I'I-:- o ,,, I l , , I , ,1 K s arv a I . ui to he 1 1 . -'!,,!. I.,.! I ha is gel I I 111,' to he .11 - I.l -'..I V . The pi, - till iati.-n i.f "Sn m ihiimls up' at M n .. 1 :'v ,s n..,,o ,1 .- t,.r .,'1 ot tier 1 1 1 I. 1 i.11 .1 is s.,,d I., he ,,,,,, ,t to V .n'.ili' I In' I 1 iim .. s and allow I ll.l, Li. "I t-. hold 'hi n : a I, pi 1,1,,: I-l V II, t .1 lis I In' , X, Il ill,:, IT ''.ill ..fi.'il Ihe .;;! .1 SOllle III, II' I '.lMl'- s. . - . w 1,1. h I , ' w - I'.'l 'llli' rep,. II II, I 111., s . nt her I 'Il I .st i.i I.s a re la 1 1. i l-y the KuriW of Asia;,.- believed in this -assurance i f the uiitrv in s;,.t rand i.'.n nothing of the kind has happti We know that in the past H.i se m., 111 tain bandits have l i . .inirn ly taken a dellpht In such pastime, ami the 1111- peltl-i Ufa fo of affairs in Ihat recinn' hat afforded them an excelltnt x use for reduc-ins the niiinher of "I'hrisii.m do" within roach of their raiding prowtM. We know, too, thai th, Turkish" government has a vtry le a" control over these wild tribo, who I ,i I M. H-. i i-.l.-d nil 1 III' .i . . n!t -' -ii , i ii. . ,i ml V I hi I II h I . M,i . I I hi' I ill Inn I I V i.l lln .i"'inv I . . p. , I I li. 1 1 "hMI " i" '''' ' 1,v " ''"' "f 'milit.iiv Mnnuili. Tin- (;r.,n,l v iznn !,...,, , ,,...,., n,;,, ,,,i,. I in. i In ii i: n i . .in .i I I it. in ..i li, I. Nt I ii' vt ill mi I., il I h.il ii ii I ) i . 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I 1 1 1 1 1 1 . r i i iiiin'lll ml ri In !. i m- I .i 1 1-1 liny .in- c,n .(.li.sl,liTiHK l.il.ilii: away the l-iml fnun In- I. ii .1 ami in i k i ni' a lln 1 1,- ,'illi I - ' I iln 1 1 1 - -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 . Main I hi llu-s at l.iiii' in Kuiiii.i' Ihal wi'iiM I"' till n -- ' si I.l,' In I ,'. I'm' t In I '.u I'i , it all '( nil l ... Irani,-, I I,, .,li,,. Iliat whil is I a I for i i,. whn , n- ,,i, is I., sl ..r Hm 111 .is null v if 11.1 Is. I III) I'M I, HI' I'll.l MVM. I 'I'lie 1,1 II ..I I'l'enn --I 1 u 1. 11. nine, , I t in e slu i l, if ,,ii i-'asei marks a tlistiin l ),, in nl 111 the ureal war wliit li lis i.ii'.uii-: all i..r 1 1 , 1 r , . 1 1 . Il means lllole lll.lll llle III -rill. Ill l ollillest of III,' (llsllii't .,1'oliml Alllweli lii-e.lllse the I fall of Aiilwi-rp oiils'ile of its purely ; si 11l1111e11l.il value ami moral effeel ilhl lml resnll in lln- tea 11 a 11 ice nielli nf Hie 1. It I 1.- hues II. ir Vpose flirtller, territory 1 , , en pi 1 1 re. In fact in ilil 1 ry eypilis have all al-uiK fir iireil thai' Ihe l.iknm of the I'.elciaii city was a I ll.t i 1 11 1 mistake 111 that thousands nt lives were lost and nn a il v a III a lit- I Hani' '! I The ca pt tire of I'lcnivs! with its 1 , n . , 1,,,, ,.,1 1 , , s ;,s nln, Lieiiei'.ils ami lis three hull. lit d coiiiinissiniieil ofhci-rs, i;iv.s Itussia a foothold from vv hu h il will In- haul In dislodge her. li liivts her ci'iitiiil of a not work of railroads w hi, li she h.is sorely needed In cause iln- l.n It nl proper transput-- lain, 11 facilitits has I, ecu Hie must se rious drawl, acli that Ihe Kussian have 'llia.l In ,-, intend with up to this lime. j More lli.in that, it op, lis the unit' t" M'r.onw and Ihe rich plains of Silesia, j the m'au:ll Y "f Austral, thus strikini; at the so un e of Iln- l.n a, I supply of the A list l o- 1 1 1 1 11 s a ria 11 Kintrdnm. It also cives llussia it thauce In spread In r leiilons to ihe north and net in '' '' '"'""'' "'l:lml Ihe vast IS, tin. in urmv which . Is IIP stum I',, I. Hid at Ihi time ' ... ., I I distiii, vi, lory which is worth distill, Villi. IV WHICH IS WIUIll' . vv hi!,' m 1 he alli.-s II is 1 1 t hat the lakiiii; of I'l.'.einv sl cost hundreds of I Inn, .-a litis ,,l 11 V t s oil hot 11 sides, hut I It was fir m,,e ,.l llle s.1,'1'1 1 'ice ! Hi i'i t!i., I I, ..,1 .In .1 al An'wei p. Ami -u ih tin -n -t ra : ed c ui ,'i ,1-1 v elv the stick - iliii ipiil-v ,1 the Kussian trnops, he-, , .ins-- ,t look -ax months of 1 1 11 tv ea I 1 e , I 1 , I f , , 1 I I., a. , ooinl.sh I he result. The , of IT., luv sl l.iiiu;s 10 mind t liai 1.1 In r famous s,. -. ... m w hu h J 1 ; , s-1 1 w .11 I'I. v 11.1 at s,n h a 1 re- ; u. en. I. uis ,',...i ,,f hfi- .,t..l treasure. In; I s 7 s the lather of lln pi'tst 11I tzar.! I hi tl I lie ' '.Ml, V lleh A leva ml, r III. 1 , . 1, ... -i ri- v n i 1,, hii',1 iin- i, is-iotiv : - l vv In. h vv , re m..i e than 1 tui.nnil j links, , otn ,1.1 ml-.1 l.y Ihtker I'aslii. ill l.nelisii ,.:),, , r who 11.1,1 la en I. ...ti. .1 lo Turk. f'-r th purpose ,.f iphn .-K and I'liropeaiiizmu Hi,. 1 . '",",",,, " ""I"' " 'ls ,"'"1',n , w a i, ,1 m i'h. 11. 1 to put tl.iwn ihe 1 Some fdks think that ...sm' n law is all lhat s neeesslirv. What's lieeoin.. ' th' ole time workman who soil oil his hands.' ABE MARTIN. I 1 I il . .s- A i III. .ii. I i iniuitlis ninl tiii'iii In. tin- lii ...ins hi n in. ii . I ill I lie vt-'ills ..ii. I i inn Tin. I 1 1 1 1 1 ' iii-miii I Mr K.il I i-...n in. i.l.' .sin Hi h, i.nlv In In' re p'llstil -Villi 1 1 'i 1 1 . 1 -1 1 d I , II s In--.. Try its llliv v.iniiil llif 1 1 n;.:. i.l us Mi' nn.ilili i ' ' ' ' II- t .in i in i .. in nt., I In' full ii ml I -" ' i"' ' ' vv.,it.il I' '. I i ' it li i .. lln h .-.I I il-'H n mill j '" "'! II'-' "ii ' II-' liln-.v I.. ;i ,,., f 1. 1 . m, u linl mi.s . I p. Hit; iii lln' I'm 1 1 iii lln- sh-i .t- Hi' pin- A- Audi inii i.f ( 'nil li.-iH'-. M" . Irav- , ,. i , ,. . .1 , ' i liilli pass. 'infer nt;en uf llif I'cnn- V l si 1 1 n 1 n ml In- I, 1 1 - vv Hint II 1 1 llli.l'i- 1 1 I'll- , , . ! , . . , . ,. 1 s. Iv.uil.i liiii-.i, vveie lln- I .nil i., 1. 1 nt visions int.. i-i.iiiK in l.ii.in... In- Mini lii'inls v.lm vlsiiid hi lln- I. .ml i.iiiii Hm l."V v-lil.li i,. n-r would unlock lhe""lH t-t-rilii . Kill"". Al'li'l' M ninlltll.'l MeVIII fell I .mil II w.im il i..,..i siil, stnrved, .st.,;t;tT Ii K 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 . i lit i.l' n uniil in- in . il isiuli I I wlni li iiiiir.'lii .l mil mi sin i'..i,l. i't-.l I In- -i .i r Ami :.s i In- i .i k i ii.- ..I I rrziniusl iiii iim (In- ilnli- i.in im, Si- Il Sl. I II L- I I I' I I il'S t Hi.' 1 1 ll-SMil IIS, Nil , ii... f.ii ,., in..... i ..ii . -!.... ' " I 111 I! ii r l- In Itisi.i nml lln - ! I ;i L 1 1 N 1 1 f till . '.il' vv i r In. 1 1 i.l ..nl. j ' hi. iv. 'I'lm iii'i lili'iit will k. i p Mr. linr - '"1 H"' F-i'i'H ... I 'i 1 1 1 si ; i ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f. AiiilWl. willilll tli.'rlnsi' limits nf Itis In. nu j1" .slii.w Imw f.iitlil.ss ii inislriss is 1 Iiisi.ha , in th.i illnt i.f 1STH Knit- I in. I nml I'l.iine t en I a 1 1 ,-l sn.,n l,nl 'I i;rk. y ."ml at llm nml ml. In , I Kussla ,.f lln- I lulls nf , Inry, just us Kiik-l-ui'l ami I'r.iiii',- a.-tivily s n mi I ,-i Turk.-v with iiicn iiml ,'iiiis m tin 1 'mm a in I a 11 1 s i , ,1 I he rule nf 111" Alnh.'i in in, il. in in Km iii,.. I'1 mi lln- way tiny in.- pilini; Aini-ii all war . 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 .-- an- hl.,-h In last In I In i h in! nml fmu I h y, mi a I inn. A t w.i v I h,,s.. ii lm Ihim Li i ii w i,' I ill t-; in, I' whal .til-1'. ss lui.'hl iln in n il U' his 'ur m.iiini nf an Mi. i haa rtlniis j, h sw i i'l.t IH;' fur mill iin.li-r I Iim if I i.i 1 ,1a in Hi s .. (- .'lowly, l.lll Until' lln- less .'111,'h, - ka I'I,' s a tnl h,-l,, ss i 'hi u;i is ra n I i nr. i iim- (ic.iia mis oi .i.iiiau. I'.y ,'i'. I-..1 will an ! 1 ))- 1 llnr,- is Inn 1111, h a -illation - ah, nil tilings limy ill, ii"t inl ,1,,1 ml in. Siuir mi tlm pun lat 111. 1 k. i s of ",i . 'l , i 't ,l a s in ishra iiili tl. nl ami ilru-.'S i.l. t- v illegal" - rlio',e who speak of Hm ', lines ,.f , war" . I. n I .ippear to know ihal lht I1.1v e In en a holislleil. t -rn t -I uf llnesn'I lii-u'ill l lApiess Wilson's opinion of .senate I'ihluisleis sliniit; ciiouuh fanners aren't the only people who asked for legislation ami K,,t an iu- Vislinalinll ol'llel'td. Seems lo he a cullspil nt y in the dip. I, , malic corps In keti ISrjan Inn luisy lo make s;iect'!ii's. It's all p.'t ami kettle talk -1 ier inan iiieich nit i.hips have lieen living in uli.il ins. l'l't'lil this , list. uire, nil .Mexican fac tions seen: I,, he lililuisteiiii uk'ninst a show tlow n. iv Yep. it's a rio t Wilson has liivcii morn pie lo 1 11 (1 i.i iim than any olhor president. It's up to tin1 trade coin mission In rove wlicthcr it's a nintor or a hralic I l.l'llte a il 1 "t ill' 11 1 c hetvvt I'll il s, 1 11 n il st-it'smaii iml a statesman ot siiuiitl. Wilson'-i . 1 11:1 1 1 tl.-tl to w rile a poem oil Ihe charm- of the "lame din Us." Soli',- reach, war lias. A Was Ii i 11 ut , , 11 n,ws in te says ii's holdluK Wl-son. Ill has, hall the uiupire's Idiiiiieil for in,-' dtfi'.ils; in War Ihe censuis. Alollcy is ilt the Imt loll of this "hii? I US I II, ss' ' pulllit.'ll i;l,-.sip. Ilucrt.i .i 1 -t made niore than .,nt I 'I'i .III ISO to he lii'tnl. l.roi'nc :. I ti-ier Wants to Know. Tul-. i. 1 Mil.i., March 110, 1 ;i 1 i. KdHur 01 Id line I h 1 liw- ) .i,.,,i la., - ,,w is, why so many of the iiiiirn.-tl wineii ami soine of the "elderly maltls" seein ca I U-il upon to make 111c their " fail,, r-confessor," nd Insist up, -ii tilling tloir incst vital troubles ami set ret HiiireriiiKM to me. lit re is a sample letter, leaving nut the due, just ncelvi-tl from u ,i,y frieinl. If you can mikccsi an nntl tlote for such rnvinKs kindly ndvtse me. Aly I 'ear Mr. I'oster: I dislike ery much wrilinK this letter, for fear of .tiino.vinn you. hut I can 110 lunger k.-cp in own council. The time Iiiim coin.' wh. il I must seek H-'ineone else's j'ldmin nt iihoiit that which has caused me 11. anv w.iki fill nights, and many days ,,f anxiety. I miiely feel reliictiint in writini; you ahout a iiiatter of this kind, as 1 fear Hint you will think that 1 should have held It :y rod in my own lu-east, lml, when Trail to your mind that 111. inv lives have been wrecked l.y Mimlar experiences, anil the following of poor advice, I m confident that ou will ititl and ail vise me. I tlaro imt c.onmunitate tny expert- 1 n, is to finv other than you who have bet n so elote4-' a friend liter 110 other to whom I can 1 appeal, in this t-SS, no Otllt-r 1 1 v time of dire distr "en lapport." mi full of sympathy, no other who will thoi'oiiKhly under stand. You. having had a somen hat sim ilar expi 1 leiue, will be most capable to nive advice a to the proper course for me to pursue, Here 1 mr trouble. How I nlni.wt hnto ft. nsk von. In fact I'm seared almost stif'. Here Is what 1 want to know: "Will Jeff ever he as tall as Mutt?"' Bincerely yours, ANNAU.W. City News In Brief ! -M IIS. CI i.N'A K I ) I'll I , iiii.-.l III, iln il I il ;l liiii.l i...,il;il i -t.'il,i iill.n in, nil. i'l'l..' IhiiI vm!I In- sluiihril fi-r Iniriil In 'n litis llli', In r Innm , I liis ini.i nun; '. I". lldl'K'INS uf Siiimliiii. ihvi.s- i,, m 1 1 1 ,,. i inti-iiili'Ml i.f lln- I 'l iM'.., iiinl I ONI-; J.M'KMAN, llin i' .M'lii'.nlil il;iiiKlifi-i- ,( hi: mill Mis. .1. A. J.irk niiin nf linwsnii, dn il ut lln- lininc .w-Hli-rilii) linn Mini;. Tin- fnnii'.il will lif )nil I'l'imi tlir li.inic IIiIm inni iiHn; ; nl I il ii'i ln.-k IN v. K.-i t will i n mlii I i I In- hi-i I Inw II. Int. riniiiil w ill In- in i iik - l',' 1 -i..l r.i l r.l' .'miisiiiii in III Km iiii.i .ll 1 til- lunar ..f .Inhn i.S. liiri.-, 322 Wi-si Sixti-cnl Ii ulr-cl, 'iiiidi'il Mm liitlcr a ni'Vi'i'i- I a 1 1 t 1 1 All hi- f.-r a wci-k nr in, in-, ui'i'iiriling in tin- iitli-iiiliiiK physi, in n. I 'II A ui.i:s III IIUKTT , st. T. I.,v was ii,,,,inii'il l.y t'li-rk nf Hie "i ii ni y I', mils I'l'iilik I nf.' ra ha in as ili-rk uf lln- ('(iiinly cuiirl uf I he llri,k,-u Ar i',,w tli.sl in l. Mr. r.unlntl is a. limit, n Anmv riliili. lie will assniiu- hi.s (lull t'M A,lll I. The nfl'iin (uiys a siilii i y uf liil a in. .nt Ii. ... A V A It ANT WAS sworn out yi s ti rihiy .'ifU'i'iiiiiin ii, llin ciiiiniv til tuiiicy's i.flVe for lln- iirri'Kl of K. N. Sinilli, iIi.'iiki'iI Willi assault nml lml -1, mi I 'rani-is ( 'iiiiimi ni-'s, a Itl-yi'iii'-ultl liny. Sinilli hail lint lii-cn ur-li'sli-il laic lasl iiin lit . II i.M cliiliiu-il I h:ii Smith, wltlii.nl U iivorat inn. al laikiil tin' I 'iiiimimn.H xiiulli. striking III III M-Vilill linns with his fists. I'll. f. K. KAHMIKAIIT. (ounly farm (liiiiiuisi ralnr, uill rcturii this iniii iiini; frinn ii 10-ilays stay in Ar- kaiisa-i. ir. Kiirn lu-iiit went to Arkan sa.s lo h.'in fit his lu-iiit h. I low cyif, I-II, is 1,'i i'iyiil from him 111. In 1,1, that he has .s,niil niiicli of liis tiiiii- In in sicil ill!,- I Ik- (irchnnls in Iim fatuous .'a, I, In yalfly. Airs. Karnlirarl ycsl, r ilay r,',', i t ,l a Irll, T from I lit ,, Ior sawtm ihal his hi-allh ha, I Mi'.iill.v im- llo.-tl. 1 'II KSTI-:iI ISA I1KKTT, a uiin,.r. l.y his inoiher filed sull vcsterilay in Hie iilistriel i 0 uit against Ih,- I'arki-r W'.islnntiioii eoinpa ny. with offices 111 Tulsa. Tilt' plainl iff w as severely in liir,',l ill April. II'IH. iirrnriliiiK I" Hit' , p, mi, ,n, while In the employ of the ; pavini; company. Y01111K 1 1 1 1 r.l.-l t, j w ho Is 12 years ohl. was workini; for lln- coiiipany in the capacity of a water hoy, says the petllion, was in- .i'H'ctl when a plunk thrown from a w.iis'oii shuck ii 1 111 on uic n.ati. 1 in injury sustained is permaiieiit, says the pel it inner. liainuRcs to I hi aniouiit of $2,fS8 i.s nsU.tt. AROUND THE LOBBY "It's Ihe indivldiiiil citizen which ill the Ioiil: run K"cs to make up a city," rt ma rked I.. I-'. (iyiniiiist til New iirleaiis al lln- 'I'lilsa yesterday. "I have 1.,-eii in Tnlsii Iwo days anil I have found Ihe reason for your city's pruspc rity. Kvery man, woman and child in Ihe city hoosls for Tulsa. The first Ihini; I heard was Ihe hell hoy at the hotel lelliim 'Ihal it's the hesl town in t Ik- country. Imss.' Then Ihe men I did hlisiiiess wilh, I heir wives and (laughters told 111c ahoiil Tuls.i. That's whal it takes to make a city." Mr. ami Mrs. S. V. Brown nf .links were in the city on 11 shopping tour i-siei'ilav . They slopped at Hip I Ut la hum. 1. . VV. Lucas and 1'. IS. Adair of Shawnee arc iiiesls of tin- Oxford. YV. JS. Hasselt of thf Chelsea llc finli'K company Is at the Alexander. Honrs.' IS. Mecks and I.. IC. Smith of Sapulpa nn1 nt Ihe ISriuly. II. T. Coiirtncy of Al iisknure Is a nuisl of tin- Uklahoma. .1. J. Hunter of OkinnlKte is st ,p pinn at Hie Alexander. X. Kan liner of Oklahoma City is stnppuie at the I irmly. lai,l V. Kinke of OkinulKce is slopping al Hie Tulsa. .1. .1. Kiirkiii of liarilesv llle is a nuesi of Hie Tulsa. .1. 1 l'rawfoi',1 of Sapulpa is slop pini; at the Tulsa. Joe Little of Kaiiiolla is registered at Ihe lliiitly. i:. K. Hiirliee of AluskoK' e is a uuesl of II- I : raily. II. II. Wilcox of Leonard in stoppini; at the nxfoid. W. II. Smith of Kufiiula is stopping al the Tulsa. ,T. It. Tinhpin of Wanolli r is a Kiust of the Tulsa. W. 1. Totter of Ardmore is stopping at the Tulsa. I. U. Witt irli of Stillwater is a tuest of the Tulsa. S. W. Minor of Slromc is HtnppinK at the Tulsa. ('. S. MetiKenson of Inistia In at the Alexander. S. It. WiImjii of Miami Is Jl the Itrady. A. n. I'imlry of Inla is at the Tulsa. AMERICANS TtOBE GIVEN PROTECTION WASH1NHTON', March 30. Assur- 1 alli es tli.it nroletiion will he given to llli.t r-rillri. luiiiiihiliiill l-t t ' ril 111 I il ll. lvr,j., where uttockn 1.11 Anierlcans , ,,,, frrn,n. r ..ml ..n native Clirkll ii.u li-n n own r.'.ia.rf.'.l h,l ; , ' vp' AmtJ-Ml..r Momenthau at !.. ..i.,.. I,.. ,V, TlirH.h oV. eminent. In a iness.iKe tr. the Mate depart ment today Mr. Mornviith.iii said th" .ittcinan authorities had promised that 11. l on'v fiii'tinneri, hut natives 114 well, wo lid 'lie plotet lid hy the T.irkluli r"iniiar troops nue ai l ru- . n"11'1 Miuru.iy. Apparrntlv no ail vices had hern re- reived In Constantinople from I'ru in'nh utter the roaulars had rtached Hint plat e, n.i 110 mention was made of their al ii ' TAKES FRIENDS TO FRISCO FAIR IN PRIVATE CAR. jMt - 4- 1 i( : 1 h ::;.'",;.i;'! JtSif I ft - . Wri, l I k: a! - t lie- .4 uy&n; tt'Tr t 3.' 1 1 1 ii,i.'-?y' . Jj-x;f . vj mi , 1 1 1 - v w, . :t MH1CJ EN.BDFJTiLN'ii Jb ITALIC TOWER AT T1R. M',V I i K . March ;lil. -Airs. I.tlwanl V I ircil 11ns, wife' of the owner (,f I ho uteumshlii DiK ia, which has lu-en scizt tl l.y the l-'rent li, an. I mother of Juliette Hreitunu Kleist, whose hushand, Alax. sued for alicnalion of the Rill's affections, has chattered a private car to take a party of friends lo the runaina-racific international exposiliun in San l-'ra ncisco, The picture shows Mrs. ISreiluiiK and also the Italian tower, one of the heautl ful IniililuiKs at Ihe fair. rni in: rontr m;vs After liis wife liuil rrijlslered a complaint wilh the police depart ineiil Ihat W. I . Hatson was living wilh a woman in a North Main hotel, Ih tec livcs llewley and Northup went to Ihe address yesterday morning at i!:3i) o'clock ami discovered him in hed wilh Mario Williams, accordiiiB to evidence introduced In municipal court yesterday iimrnlnu. .Miss Wil liams was under cover mid liaison on lop, Hie latter havlnsf his eoal and shoes removed, said Northup on the witness stand yesterday, lie has been married four years. The fine, was ii:.. Miss Williams forfeited a $10 I, olid. I'eeaii.se Hoiiier Tom pk i -is, nero, could not explain why he was carry iiiK a lonir, keen-bladed knife, he was alresled by ratl'olman Hoirers, ncKro, and arraigned in muiiiclpal t'ourl, yes terday morniiiK. His fine was $L'a. 1!. I'.. Hunt, ru-sro. who Sunday brat up Hal Ho Adams, Ills former nexro landlady, so effectively that she whs not aide to appear iiKalnst him .Mon day inoi'iilnir. was fined $2.1 in munici pal court yesterday morniiii;. Her I ill.-ht arm was dislocated and her face badly .swollen. A "van" was arralKiied in munici pal court yesterday. It was a typical case. These quest ions were, aiiswircd unsatisfactorily: Where tlo von live? What is your occupation'.' Whal ale von tloini; in Tulsa .' Why were you j in company wilh a certain noted j crooK . He was sentenced to .HI days in jail and "turned over to ihe chief." Yesterday aft' I tint, 11 he was Kiven until S o'clock In In; out of (he city. It is the conventional manner of dis posiiiK of undesirable citizens. Prac tically i vtiv ciiy in tin uiitrv uses it. P.ec.nse ihe 1 1 -5 ear-old son of Lewis I'linc was not able lo identify ,1. K. .1 iiisinherrv as the man timing Ihe jitney which struck Ids bucy Monday afternoon, the case against him in municipal court yesterday was postponed until today. The lad re membered only tile number of the car. which he affirmed was the same which .liiislnberry admits he was driving' duriiiK Monday. FIRST BALL PARK SUIT IS UP TODAY The first of perhaps a dozen or more suits filed against the Tulsa Kn tertainment company, as an out growth of the accident at the South Main street park in 1913, when one section of the bleachers colUpsed, In juring nearly 11 hundred persons and killliiK one mail, a soldier, member of tho Arkansas regiment that was in at tendance at th I ry Karmlnp; congress, will come to trial this morning. H. K. Hanks, plaintiff In the case to be tried this morning in tho dis trict court before Judk'e Conn Linn, seeks damage In the amount of $2j.l)Ut. According to the petition filed In the case. Hanks was severely bruised ahout the legs and thigh when the bleachers crumpled. The New York liiants and the Chl enpo White- Sm were playing at the park and attracted thousand. (iovernor Lee t'ruce and his staff and many foreign dignitaries who were delegates lo the farm congress witnessed the accident. Itcpalc HardancllCH Purls. I llVllllV M:ileli -III (9'4ll n til t A l'euter lispatch from Athens says: ! The lurkii are r pulling the dam nge done to the forts and concentrat ing troops In Smyrna. "Thei operations in the Dardanelles on Sunday wire conllnetl lo un Inter mittent bombardment of revi rut Turk ish position. In which M'aplanes o operated. Tbu lurklali reply wm leeble." .r--'i')-iJ 3 CITY PRISON IS UNSANITARY NOW Coiulit ions Nt'jtrly ;is Had as a Vt-ar A.n, It Is Said. A negro asked lo he allowed lo go into the municipal Jail yesterday morning. A reporter followed him. In Ihe west portion of Ihe underground "holdover" there is 11 narrow' parti tion between the wall of the base ment and the side of the cnge. The cement pavement drains into a sewer In this narrow partition. It serves as a toilet for the men trusties. The place Is flushed only as. prison officials see fit to do so. There are no means hy which a prisoner may cause tho filth to be washed away. When the stench attracts the officials' uttentlon a bucket of water Is thrown Into the opening. Il is the same prison that Kate Harnard condemned lust spring. Al tlx- beginning of the year the county refused to house prisoners of the city, us iiad been the custom up to that lime, subsequent to tho warning given by Miss Harnard. Tin- basement was renovated and whitewashed, hut tho conditions which make Ihe prison unsanitary were not adjusted the first of the year. There is not an hour in the day when It is possible to read a paper in this prison without the use of an ar tificial light. Sanitary conditions, cannot prevail In such a place when occiinied by men and women. True, disinfectants nre used daily, yet there is no disinfectant that can purge such 11 place of disease, once, it has taken root. The conditions of the municipal prison are not such n would recom mend theniMelvis to such a city as Tulsa. Neal Liquor and Drug Treatment The Xcal Treatment is a harmless vegetable eonipouinl, taken internally. It thoroughly elimi nates ami ueutnili.es the alcoholic or Drug poison in the system. No Ilypotleitnic injections are used. The Neal Treatment i.s rapid and efficient and the effect is beneficial upon the general system. Consultation and alt Information Treated in a Confidential Manner Private Appointments if Desired PHONE 109 ' 1320 South Cincinnati Spring As Seen From Many Angles Iliy VKKN'ON L. SMITH). Miss ileiille Spring' came to Tulsa iusl a few days ago, escorted liy (ild Snl. Then Sol forsook her, and, like oftiines occurs in this Oklahoma country, Old Man Winter has been lingering III tho lap of Miss (Ic.ule Spring ever since. Pact! lint Hie girls! Likewise the older gills, and what you might cull ihe woi ! lid they wot that spring had came'.' They did, oh surely! Like wise, you bet! Not only wotted they, but they were fully uware of ii. i;f isoons, they pranced hack and forth in the Rue de Hlix.zaitls and Ihe Champa Northwind, ull dressed up like a busted arm, defying unybody in all the world to find anything the matter with Hie spring lids and seas onable gazimhiils with which they disguised and, mayhap, improved their mortal framework. What for a few snow flakes, or a simoom released by cold-hearted Horeas? Oh, la, la-la-Ic ! Spring has came! Hal have we provincials no con vention of alylt-V Ans. We have. In the eyes of Ihe. elite, il I.s an fait for a giri to wear 11 deceased lialllnioie oriole on her headpiece and Arctic overshoes on her dainty lootsies. Par agraph. Neither are furs desideratum this lime of year, though snowbanks mount high. lint, gadzooks! bring forth the royal may pole, though na ture's while fleece cozens the sward, a, id let's dance the whirlle-gig gambol and throw off some of our eclat, if nothing else. I'ollow ing this, let us turn to the harrowing, (he harrowing following the plowing, the plowing following 1 tie mules and the lop-eared clod hoppt r who sigha to lie a brakie every time the cars go by. In fact, then: has been cunsiderahle harrowing al ready. All of the farmers ut (his time are anxious; to insert a lot of ipring seeds into the loam in such a manlier that they may blossom into golden lliniisiintlilollar bills with the utmost despatch. Yesterday one of these fanners declared that his feel ings were harrowed, too, and that he never felt so loose In all his life. How ever, the I'ect nt shipments of bliz zard:", In direct violation of all neu trality acts, may delay the harrowing tit-tails somewhat. It has now been since lieci-niber that I oc Pluvius girded up his loins and comnienet d lo shoot at these parts with every brand of snow, sleet, frost, frigidity, blizzard and general bedeviliiient. How well he has stuck to his job, ev erybody knows. (nit in the country, however, t smells like spring. The odor of burn ing boots i'i 1 m e.s drifting o'er the lea. ami leaves the world to submarine and lo mull. Przeinysl, like Ha by Ion. is fallen, and from the water-soaked fields of Oklahoma comes the smell that presages green things, glorious flowers and bumper crops. Croiipy birds, and ditto with tonsllitis, are. making debuts of songs they use only in the springtime. The spring-bird orchestra has been highly augmented this season, and they seem as happy as en rapt 11 red humans, who, like the young man, in the spring turn their fancy to hock beer, pretzels and other st:i blei stern. The lonesome crow, sit ting high on an Osage bluff, raws forth in sable tones at the dis gruntled oil man, bpcau.se has not a crow caws to crow with the promise of a full crop of soft-sharded grass hoppers? Carranza! Also, lion niciit! Hoys We will puy three: (nits per ixiiiiiil for clean colton rag;s. Tulsa, World. THREE ROBBERIES IN THREE DAYS Three Burglaries have been reported in Tulsa during1 the past three days. Sunday night two homes were looted. Tom KbriKhl's) residence, 239 AVest Fifteenth (street, wuh relieved of $75 worth of iewelry and valuable heir lot. ms ( C. Halt's home, 1401 South Hemer, was biirliirlxed for a quantity of clotliinc and domestic goods. Monday night tho Kendall drug store was entered by marauders ami something less than $100 worth of jewelry tak"n. In euch Instance the housebreakers have Ruined access through the front door, cither by the use of a pass key or by pryinR" open ihe barrier. Hoys We will iny three cents n-r poiinil for clean cotton rags. Tulsa World. UKI) TIMi: I'RK KS Our work i lh lim, nrii'i-H the lowest. V rf hern to may ami our I work It Euarantrril for la )furs. Full let uf tculi $5.00 Hold Crown $3 and H t'nrioluill Pilliug .506 Silver l'iUhiit . . . .fiOo Terth ClenneJ ....B0c limine Work $1 and H Teelli Pitracteil with out pain &0c A vvrili'-n guarantee for 1.1 jeitra. U. 8. PAINLESS DENTISTS 1181, South Main. Oyer Wondarland Thsatra.