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T II E TULSA DAILY WORLD,
GIANT PRODUCERS GAME RAINED OUT Uaiii Prevented Fans From Seeing Bi Leaguers in Action. WILL PLAY TODAY J'urpus Trip Men Will Try Mc(j raw's Men's to String of Victories. The IJui'iip. NKW YORK Hi'M-hrr, i-enterfii'ld Uniiit, stTond Xmtv I'iri. leftfieM ItobrrtMin, rightfii'M Knrrs, thortHltiii rri.HA. Munli. thorlntoti 'runkliil, i-erti'l-fii'M Keiiney second base Price, first base nVlney, rglitfirhl Kruiiuril. third base Hupper, Ipftfi.'ld rllllklf, first DHhO tl-Lt-an, cnt-hii-Wemlell, rfttrlitfi' 'iiuk, i!ti'lirr IVilliuini, iiitclior I luilne-rn, pin-ln-r Stroud, pitcher tiurnke, pitcher Si-11 1 1, pitrher .iouilcy, nura uuse '.iiuHH, ml Hut Tillman, pitc-hcr fori-Miiun, pitcher Join's, pitcher Cleme Ills, nitc-lier firmly, pitcher Urady, pitcher .lupitfr Pluvlus shed his worst on Tulsa fandom when Tie started a downpour at 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon, which put a crimp In the hopes that it might lie possible for the Producers to play their exhibi tion Battle Willi the New Vork (Hants as .scheduled. The spectators who had assembled ut Association park were given ra'n cheeks ut a quarter of 3 o'clock, when the clouds gave final warning of an all-day down pour. Today's gamo will start at 3 o'clock. The -hatlerlrs wero not an nounced lust night. Manager Kelsey said that every member of his pitch ing staff had a sore arm, and the man who starts today will depend en tirely upon the condition of his twlrl ers at noon today. The (Jlants' pitch In j,r staff was given to a reporter In the following order: Cook, Williams, Chalmers, Stroud, lluenke and Skull. Six regulars ate among the Olaut lineup, nameiy: McLean, catcher; lleseher, ccnterfield; (Slant, second base; Chalmers, pitcher; Prainard. third base, and Pica, let'tfield. Theru are IS anions the sipiad, which is managed by Scout Dick Kinsella. They are stopping at the Tulsa. ;urke, Tulsa catcher, who injured his finger while warming up Saturday afternoon, will not bo In the game for a week, according to Manager Kidney. The bono was not broken or out of place, as feared, but it is badly Bnrained. Tho (Hants enmo with a mighty string of victories to their credit. They trounced the Senators at Okla homa City to the tune of 18 to 3 and 8 to 0 In two games. Sherman went down to a 6 to 0 defeat, and Denlson was beaten by tho score of 8 to 4 by thesu suing (Hants. Manager Kelsey will not change the lineup of the two former days, lie likes the combination, he says. Glass will be behind the bat and Kelsey in let'tfield. KENDALL ACADEMY DEFEATED BY B. C. eeinl to Tho World. liUOKICN AKItOW, Okla., March 29. liroken Arow high school de feated Henry Kendall academy in basketball here this afternon by the wore of 27 to 14. Tho locals Jjot a lead in the first few minutes of play, which tho visitors were never ablo to overcome. The lineup: KKXDAU,. HUOKKV ARROW Nicholson LI-'. . .Uorey (Capt.) Kdwards Hb' Vandever II. Klliott C Parkinson I.. Klliott RO Rower Payne IXi Ilowser Summary Goals from field, Kd wards 2, M. Klliott 1. I j. Klliott 2, Payrio 1, Gorey 6, Vandever 5, Park inson 1; goals from foul, Payno 2, Gorey 5. Referee, Rlevlns. BUSINESS CARDS Physicians and Surgeons Hospital THIRTFEXTII ST. AND CARSOV AVE. I'IKtNK 452. OPEN TO ALT, HKl'l TABI.K PHYSICIANS. 1-O.MPI.KTK 1, A MORATORY AND RADIOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT. Pay or Night Phono 1S23 STANLEY & McCUNE, Funeral Directors 15 West Third St. Tulsa, Okla. ANNOUNCEMENT. For high (trad HAIR GOODS of Try description MISS EVELYN of Kw York. 233 Bobinion Areata Bldf. Phont 4312 JOSEPHINE STOREY WHITE TEACHER Of V0ICB PRODUCTION AND ARTIBTI0 6IN0INO Open for tngifrmtnti for cooctrtt, roeiUli. funeral, eta. Studio 1C29 Soulh Boulder. Phont 375 1. W. J. GREGG Attonicy-at-ljiw. Rooms 31 1-13-1 first National Hank Ruildiitg. Tl I.SA. OKLA. H. E. KETCHAM, Lumber Dealer Why not figure with us on your building material. Trackage property to leace. 301 North Main. Ph6n 245. Puro tru:. line Cljra-". JOPLIN DRUG COMPANY Main and rUco Tra-ka. Juarez Race Entries KIKKT RACK Soiling; ilz furlonn: llimyar !. PV Kmrhi 100, Bunny 100. r'luitie 100, HmiiKKltr ion, l'roiprro Girl 100, Fred 'I' ltC. Auslri 105, lluniii 110, (tlrstu O' Hn 112, Kvran 115, lliai. J. Uarvnr 115 yuirk Trip 115. SK(D)Si) HACK Selliex: ill fuiloiign: Avueadci loO, Vpresii loo, Oorirha 100, Mfrrr Tmiiklii 102, Mihs Tempo 110, Cloud Chief 110. Ft. Jihnmi tit) Wp 110, (lalar 113, Kathleen H 1 1J, Mundadero 11 5, livurge Oi nurd lis. THIHIi HACK- -Selling ; neven fiirlnnm: Mim Kdith 98, Beaumont 100, Calif .luck 100, Iiavn Muntgointiry 100, Lady Mint lo.'l, No (Quarter I OS, Kooaeter 105, Black Sheep 103, High Street 105, (jolt Hull lo8, Ian hachapi ins. Fill Kill RACE Handicap; aeven fur IniiRs: TjiMi 0'J, Tory Maid 100, Senc 105, Colonel Maichmont 110, Kootinay 112, Kxecutor 1 2. FIFTH RA.CK Selling; five and one half fiiilmiKs: Mohonwu ton, .losefina Zai'ate lo:i, Carrie Urine 105, Mahel Uulweber 110, H A. .lonea 110, Marie Obncn 110, Lang hurne 1 10. SIXTH RICK Selling; seven furlong: SeiiiirilH Hniia 11H, Hub Lynch loo, Flying 100, I.Hcaadura Kill, Murmnd UUI. Prime Conrad 105, iillrdy 105, Unin Sinr lo5, Sharper Knight Hi.i, Uidy Young 107, Can apu 107. SKVKXTII HA( F. Selling: one mile: hi-eezer M5, Stolen Ante SS, Sinjle Toe UO, Thiiinaa Harp lo:;, Marie Cogh.il! 1 OH. .Mary Kinily Ilia. Anna Reed ion, tllilo 105, Fal caila 105, Melta 105. Swede Sain 105, ( antem 105, The Cinder 110. REGAN KEPT THE BLOWS SCATTERED So the Kansas City .. Team Won Second (lame. Although City Hlues, seven hits, Itegan, for tho Kansas allowed the Producers two of which were for home runs, contest, he sc in Kunoay afternoon's altered them so thai the locals were able to net only three runs, leaving them with the little end of a 7 to :i score. Grady started for tho. locals but after passing three men in the fifth inning, he was replaced by Urady who gave Welsing first on balls who was sent around by a home ran from 1'ltcher Kegan. In the next Inning Mooro got a four-sackcr which was the last scoring of the Kansas City team. Two were tallied in their favor when three hits and two passed buses were registered against Grady. Tulsa's scoring came in the second inning when Price hit Hegan for four sacks and in the fourth when Kelsey got a home run, bringing in Price who had gone to first on a single to center. Score by innings: K. 71. E. Kansas City . . 200 11 2 1 00 7 7 3 Tulsa 010 200 0003 7 a Early Games In Spring Camps ATLANTA, March 29. The Phila delphia Nationals by hard hitting do fcated the Atlanta Southern team here today 7 to 2. NEW OULKANS, March 29 The Cleveland Americans defeated tho New Orleans (dub of the Southern as sociation 8 to 1 here today, MOH1LK, March 2!. The Mobile Southern association team defeated tho Cincinnati Nationals 0 to 4 here today in the last of the four games of the exhibition series. TTOrSTON'. Tex., March 29. Tho Houston team of the 'Texas league was beaten by tho New York Nationals at Corsicani today by a score ot 9 to 2. In the seventh the CiaMs pounded the local pitcher hard and sent live men over tho homo plate. Tho scor3.- R. II. R. New York 9 17 1 Houston- 2 7 2 Ratteries: Tesreau, Kromme and Mc-yera, Smith; Napier and Quecry. ANNOUNCE SCHEDULE OF SCHOOL LEAGUE The schedule of the Indoor-outdoor baseball in the public schools for the romina; season as announced yesterday by J. W. Webb follows: Monday, April & Horace Mann vs. Seiiuoyah. Tuesday, April ( Washington vs. Irving. Thursday, April 8 Lincoln vs. Itlv ervlew. Monday, April, 12 Washington vs. Horace Mann. Tuesday, April 13 Irving vs. Lin coln. Thursday, April 15 Sequoyah vs. ltivervlew. Monday, April 19 Washington vs. ltivervlew. Tuesday, April 20 Irving vs. Hor ace Mann. Thursday, April 22 Sequoyah vs. Lincoln. Monday, April' 2G- Irving vs. ltiv ervlew. Tuesday, April 27 Horace Mann vs. Lincoln. Thursday, April 29 Washington vs. Sequoyah. Monday, April 3 Horace Mann vs. ltivervlew. Tuesday, May 4 Washington vs. Lincoln. Thursday, May 6 Irving vs. Se quoyah. I'nder the rules of tho league each team must furnish all parapheanalia. The umpire Is to be appointed by the principals of the schools contesting, (lames will start at 4:39 and continue seven or nine Innings, according to the agreement of the contestants made before the contest Is started. The games will be played on the ltivervlew school grounds. PRIZE FIGHTING IN NEVADA IS KILLED CARSON. Nev., March 29. Hy vetoing today the bill permitting 20 round boxing contests, passed at a recent session of the state lgislature, (lover nor Itoyle put an end to all li censed prize fighting in Nevada, hav ing already signed the general reve nue bill which repealed the law under which 10-round prize fights have been held during the past two years. Wrong Iiiiin-a College. It was Incorrectly Mated tn yester day morning's World that Tulu high school had defeat! Prown's Uuslnera college :n baseball by the score of 17 to 1. The report was a mistake, the I Tulsa Tluslness college being tho vic tim of the high school team. AGGIES START OFF WITH A VICTORY Defeated Phillips Univer sity 9-0, in Scven-Tn- mng (taino. Spe iial to The WurM. ST1L1.WATKK, March 29. Playing in a drizzling ruin and against a bit ing wind, the Oklahoma A. & M. col lege baseball team opened the season hero Monday bv blanking Phillips university 8 to 0. Tho game was stopped In the seventh by agreement. hespite ad versities the Aggies played errorlesslv, while, Phillips made three bobbles, two of which were wild pitches which allowed runs. Veteran Yaugtian of the Aggies, fanned tho first six men to face him, and whiffed five more In five Innings granting but four scratch hits and two bases on balls. Fowler, for the visi tors struck out ten baiters but yielded eight blngles, three lor extra bases, passed six and hurled two bulls away each letting in a run. Netherton wielded the stick to ad vantage, slapping out a triple, and single in thren attempts. Woodson doubled and sacrificed in three chances, and Kdsou doubled. These teams play again Tuesday. The wore by Innings: Aggies in ao3 x-- 9 9 0 Phillips 000 (100 00 4 f. llatteries -Yaughan and Netherton; l-'owler and H. Ilujes. I'mpii e M urry. Time, 1:15.. College Games At P Inceton, N. J. Villa Nova, fi; Princetc hi, ii. At Kab-igh --North Carolina A. & M Id; Amherst, ;i. At Wake Forest-- Wake Forest Col. lege, 0; University of North Carolina, 1. At Lexington, Ya. Ijifayetto, 14; Virginia Military Instituie, 2. At Columbia, H. C. I'niversity of South Carolina, 6; West Virginia Wcs leyan, f. (First game.) Second game: South Carolina, ti; West Virginia Wes leyan, 4. (Six innings.) At Jackson, Miss. Millsaps College, 2; University of Mississippi, 0. ENGLISH CHAMPION MEETS HIS MATCH Frank Moran KiKM'ks Out Itombardicr Wells in tlio Truth ltoutid, the Itout Half Finished. LONDON, March 1'9. Frank Moran, the American heavyweight who halls from Pittsburgh, knocked out the Kngllsh champion. Bombardier Wells, in the tenth round before 4,600 spectators in the London opera house tonight. The match was fur 20 rounds and a purse of $3,500. Moran sent a right to Wells' jaw and tho English champion fell flat on his face in the ring as if dead. , Tho crowd, which had watched Wells' clever boxing enthusiastically, seemed stunned; then cheers burst forth and Wells' seconds lifted his prostrate form and carried It over the ropes. In the first round Moran outfought and outgeneralled the F.nglishman but In the second Wells seemed to re gain his nerve and from then until tho knockout fought tho cleaner and more scientific battle although Moran's blows seemed to do the greater damage. Tho second round went to Wells on punts; In the third honors were even, but Wells had the advantage in the fourth. Both men were now bleeding over the left eye. Again in the fifth Wells' superiority was marked but Moran shaded him tn the sixth and before the eighth round was over Wells was bleeding pro fusely and appeared to bo tired while Moran was smiling and confident. In the tenth Wells slipped and Moran put a vicious right to the Jaw which sent Wells sprawling on his back. He lay until the count of six and then roso unsteadily, whilo the crowd roared. As Wells got to his feet Moran sent another lightning right to the Jaw and the Knglislinian took tho count. BANTAMS TO SCRAP AT GRAND FRIDAY Coming fresh from a victory over Fighting Jim Thorpe. Frankle Adams, Andy Ferns' oiponcnt at Friday night's U. M. A. C, may reasonably be expected to present a real battle. Ferns has been In the local ring enough for local fans to judgo hi ability. Both li'iys will begin training at thi ll. M. A. C. the mlddbi of tho week. The bout will be staged at the Grand opt ra, house. WINS fiOl.V CHAMPIONSHIP. l K. ltolon. With a card of 7 F.Ki'ht Over Participants. PINF.Hl'RST, N. C, March 29. V. K. Robeson, u New York student, with a card of 75 made the best score today In the qualifying rounds of the fifteenth annual United North . and South amateur golf championship. Francis Ouiinet. national amateur chiimpion, turned In a card Of 82. One hundred and eighty players participated. MOKAN HKATS WFI.IS. LONDON. March 29. Frank Moran of Pittsburgh won the de cision from rtotu hardier Wells, the Kngllsh heavyweight. In their 20-round match here tonight. Wells was knocked out in the tenth round. WATCH MIA KM A CROSS; vomx is akiu;.sti:i WACO, March 29. Because Kd Wellgonoskl's watch charm was a cross, his wife, who Is a Catholic, when she killed him and burned the body, did not destroy It. Sheriff C. II. I'lott found the charm and her arrest followed. She was taken from Waco this af ternoon to Marlln, where her ex amining trial w ill be held Wednes day morning. Flmt llritish Steamship. NEW OttLKANrJ, March 29 The British steamship Glenhiel, loaded with supplies for Belgium, which went aground near the mouth of the MIs- Iniitnijijn nr duiiumj nigm was floated tonight and proceeded to tea, X. Y . .. . ..a imkui . ,wiAam. . '. W'.:!-- ft Ki-VAir VffyTTT , MTIX HAVANA IS FIGHT MAD; STAGE IS SET Jack .Johnson and .Jess Wil lard Continue in Last Week ut Training. HAVANA, March 29. Jack John son and Jess Willaid continued their training routine to lit themselves for tho heavyweight championship fight in which they nro to engage one week hence. Both men worked hard in their training ipiarters before lurgu crowns mid also on the road. Willard went through all his In door exercises this afternoon and In addition took on Ins sparring part ners in turn for 1- f;ist rounds. . Willard's left lo the head and body Were his best blows today. lie s;is he is afraid to use bis right against his sparring partners. King follow ers consider (hat one of the worst faults of Willard is that he leaves his body unprotected most of the time. Ho also lights wilh his mouth open. Willard will make his final spurt Wednesday and then will gradually let down In his training, lie says ho expects to enter tho ring at 233 pounds, so ho has six pounds to tako off. Johnson this afternoon punched the bag, threw the medicine ball ami then went eight fast rounds with Bob Armstrong, Colin Bell and an other sparring partner. Despite his hard work Johnson showed no signs of exhaustion. Tho black fighter undoubtedly Is heavier and seemingly is slower than ho was at Heno five years ago, but ho says he is satisfied with his-condition. Ho gives his weight at 225 pounds and says ho expects to "dry out" an additional fivo or seven pounds. Tom Flanagan of Toronto, who managed Johnson when the negro won the heavyweight championship from Jim Jeffries at. Iteno, arrived In Havana today. He says Johnson does not look quite at good as he did then, but that ho is surprised at his good condition after the lapse of fivo yeans. Johnson will bo 38 years old Thursday. Havana is fight mad. Nothing but pugilism Is being discussed in clubs, hotels and homes by tho men and women of the city. The American pugilists hero tiro very popular and all the bouts that are held arc being well attended. The governor ot the province of Havana has declared April C, the day of the fight a holiday after 10 o'clock In the morning. Tho pro moters of tho fight are endeavoring to have congress declare tho day a national holiday. YOUNG FIGHTER DIES IN ACTION STLl'BENYII.LK, Ohio, March 29. In the first round of a light between Clyde Shai'p of HtoubenWUo and "Special Delivery'' Tully, aged 19, of Pittsburgh hero tonight, Tully fell un conscious alter a clinch and died shortly afterward in a hospital. Sharp is kold by the police pending an in-ves-tigation. Tho boxers, welter weights, clinched as the bout started and in breaking away exchanged body blows. Tully was struck on the left side and fell to the lloor. Hospital physic-Urns said Tully's death probably was due to heart disease. Iaily N ix-fcaicd. CHICAGO. March 29. George Mooro of New York defeated John Daly of New Y'ork F0 to 47 here to right in the first game of the play to decide the triple tie for llrst place in the world' championship three ci'shion billiard tournament. Tomorrow Daly, the loser, will play William Huey of Chicago, tho other man in the tie for first place. Tho winner of that match will play Moore fcr th championship Wednesday night. Whilo Oct Verdict. PHILADELPHIA. March 29. Charley White, the Chicago light weight, had the better of a six-round bout with Charles "Kid" Thomas of this city, who claims the Freneli light weight championship, here tonight. Both boxers weighed In at 133 pounds at 3 o'clock. Itndcl Wins Rout. NEW YORK, March 29. George Rodel, the Hoer heavyweight, stopped Joa Woods of Brooklyn in the fifth round of a ten-round match here to night. Woods' seconds threw In the sponge. Italian Poller SrrU Spies. HOME, via Paris, March 29. (6:GG p. m.). The police of Italy are working hard to ferret out and prosecute persons attempting to deal In contrnband of war. They also are searching for foreign Bples. AMBITIOIS AX V WAY. Larry M'ljiln Is laying for the Sup ul pa white hope. That was the first thing the big clownish Giant's catcher asked when he was given a room at tho Tulsa yesterday. "I'm not so poor as white hope material myself," remarked the 200 pounds of Larry. "I'd Just like to try out this man Morris before breakfast In the morning if it could be arranged. I under stand ho lurks hereabout Of courso I'm not very ctrong for myself, but I'll have to admit that I'm something of a man.' Larry asserted that he would not be sntlstled with his year's work until he had put a quietus on the Oklahoma fireman's pugi listio aspirations. We'll UnboxIhg "Radnor" ANn Arrow April mCOLLAR MEXICANS MAY NOT iSTOP BORDER FIGHT lT.S. Troops Will Take Pari 1 1' American Lives Are Kmlaiiu'ercd. DoCtJLAS, Ariz., Maivh 29.- gen eral Sims Calles, replying late todav lo I lie note of w arning sent him by Colonel C M. O'Connor, eoniiiia mliiig the I'niled Slates border patrol ill Arizona and New Mexico, sahl he Arizona, said he wished to respect the wishes of tin; I'nited Statis, but he could give no definite answer Inso much as it concerned a matter of in ternational character and must be called to the attention of tleneral t'arranza, to whom lie said ho had refi t ied it for reply. The Mexican coiiiiniinder added, however, lie would voluntet r the as sertion that as Coveriior Majtoretui already had violated the. Nai o agree ment regarding operations along the border he did nut consider the com pact binding. Colonel O'Connor's warning Is said to have been couched In the most pos itive terms, urging both Calles and Maytorena to keep the N.-u-o agree ment not to fight on the border ami stating to both that If their frontier operations became threatening to American lives or property in Aiizonu they would be stopped forcibly. No reply from Maytorena has been received. ANGELES TO BE NEXT MEXICAN PRESIDENT RAN ANTONIO, Texas, March 1.0 A special dispatch from Mexico City says that It has been definitely decided by tho Villa and Zapapa factions to elect (ieneral Felipe Angeles provis ional president of Mexico at tho con vention to bo held within ten davs in the city of Mexico. The date of the convention awaits advices from (ien eral Villa, who asked that it bo de layed for a few days until ho can "clear tho eastern border of obstruc tions and have time to consider peace ful matters of Import." ( Ieneral Uobeles (Jerreras says : "Itoiiie Oonzales Oarza, who has retained the provisional presidency, will be retired by the convention and at the same time Villa will renounce his claims to the dictatorship of that portion of the country under his con trol." GUARD OF HONOR IS FIRED UPON DO! 'f! LAS, Ariz., March 29. When General Migiel Ramanlego's advance guard arrived today within twenty miles of Agua 1'rieta to Join the t'ar ranza garrison there, a guard of honor sent out to escort the column within the fortifications, was encountered near Carral Dc Palos. Mistaking theso friendly troops for enemies, Sainan lego's men opened fire. The guard of honor fled wildly to ward Agua Prleta. Five men crossed tho border near Douglas, throwing down rifles and ammunition belts at the feet of the I'nited Stutes soldiers and not stopping for explanations, s, ran for tho interior. Soman lego was expected to reach Agua Prieta tonight or tomorrow. He must dodge hostile troop ,-is the town Is almost entirely surrounded by Villa followers under the leadership of Gov ernor Maytorena's officers. VILLISTAS .ARE BUSY BURYING THED3 DEAD IIHOWNSVILLK, March 29 Offi cial announcement was made tonight by J. Z. Oarza, constitutionalist con sul here, that two hundred Villa troopers, killed In the fight at Mat amoros Saturday, have hern burled and that the work Is still incomplete. Ho also estimated tho number of the attackers' horses killed at X00. To night pits are being dug In which the bodies of these animals will be incin erated. One case of smallpox nmong the wounded Mexicans brought to the American side was discovered today. Tiio afflicted soldiers will be imme diately returned to Mexican soli by United States Immigration officials. HOLD UP INTERURBAN Four Marked llandltH Oct Only Small Amount of Money. JOPLIN, Mo., March 29. Four masked bundiU held up an Interurban car of the Joplln & Pittsburg Hallway company, running between Pittsburg and Cherokee. Kansas, at a point four miles south of Cherokee Junction, Kansas, tonight. Only a small amount of money was obtained. A posse start ed in pursuit of the robbers. Fifth Army in Dardanelles. LONDON. March 29 ( 10:30 p. n ) A Heuter dispatch from Constanti nople by way of Amsterdam says that an Imperial trade has been Issued des ignating the Turkish forces on the Dardanelles as the fifth army under command of General Liinan Von Ban ders of the Prussian cavalry, who for merly was commander of the Turkish forces In Kurope. muu Do you appreciate tho significance of this little lip of paper? If you are hunting down the last leak in your bu tine is organization, make sure that "busy" Is not the frequent answer when your telephone num ber is asked for. Call the Business Office to-day and let us investi gate. We can give you the answer and if need be" the remedy. Auxiliary Line Service, costing but a few cents a week, relieves the possibility of disgruntled customers turning to other and better equipped mer chants. It is a big question; don't rest until you are sure that you're losing none of these telephone calls. a itLjA Jul V. Vs. Be Sore You Are In The Right Place lltl'j South Main street Hit- Cold Crown and Inlay Work has aroused widespread commendation. We Klvo you a bonded guarantee with all work. All operators are graduates and experienced workmen. No cheap shoddy work, something perma nent anil reliable. Cant tiold crowns $1.0(1 Inlays $l.."it Famous Double Suction Plates worth I0 for l.'i.OO Painless Kxtraetlon TiOo Wo specialize In Riving sleep apor. Children as well us old people aro perfectly safo In us ing it. Ueme.tnber, we lire not. con nected with any other dentists In tho city. Open i:vi-nlnH 7 to 8 South Main street Tulsa, Okla. New York Dentists Baseball Today New York Giants vs. Tulsa Producers Association Park GZ'S'' ADMISSION 50c v.. FORTS ANSWER FIRE OF THE WARSHIPS I'AltIS, March 23. (6:7 p. m,)-- A dispatch to the llavas atp-tuy from Athens says a battleship, torpedo' boats and mine sweepers of the ullle.l fleet entered the Dardanelles Saturday ami Sunday. Kllid llalir, which was the objective of tho (tuns of thu war-i ships, responded feebly. Sunday after noon the correspondent adds, u battle- ', ship fired ten shells hkhIiihI tho post- 1 tion of tho Krithia on the European side a short distance up the straits. .oi.ii:n in i.i in ittsii:ss Value of Man Who Ma) 4 on Ih Job. In tho American Magailne Ida M. Tarboll takes up the subject of waees and profit sharing. Of the Import ance to a business of a stable pay lull Miss Tarbcll writes: "The importance of a stable pay roll can hardly be overemphasized. It does not matter how humble the task. If it Is a task essential to turning out the product it costs somcthltiK to edu cate the doer. Kvery change is an in terruption; every change starts frtc- T1I POItAPH Vim:s DOWN ; SIOItM is IIKAVV o.m; The most damaging storm of the year in Oklahoma occurred between 11 o'clock last nlxht and 1 o'clock this morning, accordimf to Indirect and Incomplete ine pages received ri Tulsa. Whether the heavy winds and almost con tinuous liKhtning, which lasted for about an hour, occasioned any great damage Is not known as telegraph wires wero put out of order for a considerable time and long distance telephone com munication was very unsatisfac tory. It Is estimated that possibly a half Inch of rain fell In Tulsa county after the local weather bureau gave out their official re port at 10:30 o'clock last night So far as could be learned no se rious damaga occurred. The storm was of short duration, sweeping across Tulsa about midnight. MMliuiiiiiimm Has the "Busy" Ticket BeenExplainedtoYou? On I si Pioneer Telephone and Telegraph Company !, ' . .. ; ; -. MTV - r t Mi ' if '' ' iff! tatnl . W ( . :'-;PH: si- L EiVUPTY HOUSES Phone 118 Nichols Transfer & Storage Co. We have the largest Moving Vans in the city and can ntoi goods clieuper because we pay no rent. Hon which runs through the whole body. "How Is a stable force to be se cured? There Is only ono way, and that is to overcome tho motives for change, replace them by motives for staying. Tho same reasons that mak men and women restless In profes sions, In society. In schools and It: churches, make thm restless in fac tories and mills and shops. "Why do you not stay in your law firm, your college, your bank? It mat be because you are asked to work It: rooms so badly ventilated that you know your health is suffering. It ma. bo because tho pay Is the lowest and the hours the longest that the man agement darts Impose; because thert Is no advancement beforo you, because you know If you do stay on. the dav will come when you will be cast Into the dump heap of the worn-out with nut so much as a month's pay to help yu'i In readjusting yourself. "It may b that the spirit of the place Is sullen, harsh, suspicious. ith no friendly looks at the end of th hard days, no sympathy In times of trouble, no respect for Independence and ambitions. "These are sound reasons for rest lessness in men and women. Ki'imivt them and men respond, whether thev be laborers in the yards, clerks In the counting room, preachers In tha pul pit." Truly a f.rral Invention. "I reckon." said Farmer C'orntn.wSi, "as how mebbe barbed wire ought ti bo counted as rne of tha most useful inventions of the ag." "For what reason?" "When there's a lot o work to In done barbed wire makes It Imposnibl, to sit on the fence and look on." Kansas City Star.