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TliE TULSA DAILY WOULD, THURSDAY, AIMUL 1 f 1 f) 1 5
BILLfE- REFUSES TO REWEDS FORMER IIU3BAND AIDED BY NUMBER 2. !' SI Mil CAiTIAIi MIS ATTORNEY STATtS MONEY AVAILABLE Mxti to liaise I GO TO THE MOVIES Lis M.-kI .M.-iliy Cli.'lllrcs hilt I, '('ruses ti) Leave Ijeu'lt imale I'lat i i n i. A. C. JAC0BS0N, 112 Eas! Second Sn. ' , t AC i Sfiile Auditor Says lie Will Honor Claims Until,. Stopped )- Court. Look- for tlic name ami iiiiidKm' of tin ml ami yellow sit;n offers liis entire stock of clothes ready to put on for wen. women and children at lower prices than you .would ex pect to pay at a .luly ( learance .Sale. It s the cleanest stock in the state, lint we nre compelled to I'll ISl viiiced. money, liead the following list then come and see with your own eyes and lie con- ZIEG IS ON THE JOB ii t i , T W H L V K 1 Always lias Hit otf with llei : Married lafe '..r I'ress Aeiitili.." ii. i i i nt ci i - I mi: but l" lhil.lv 1 1 1 : 1 1 liny would 'I'll I"" I t I ,jp. . .V . . . -xw. v ,,lel.l I. .11 ,V I 1 1' H 'I "II I III' 1 '' u I .'.Ki tl il i.l I'.illi' KiuK" ... ......... i ... i eMold.i . I 1 1 I l . i . 1 1 . .-ll w.i 1 1 1 1 ; '. I III II I'll' I'l'lllC'l i'l' Hi'' 1 I l r -1 Till.. i p.nl.i , Ii., M- IiihI iii;i ii v i i . i 1 1 r 1 1 n I -Ins .. ri. on I In' nun mi; .i. I .'I it:''. I.UI ltll II Mllt'.le IM'I'II"II I ll''' tiirucil Ihi'lii iliiwn l.i-i hum I leiireil 111,, I UlrV Unlllll lllllll'e nil' ii,l the ), ... ,1 , ,n ., i ,. hiii::i'," .'-In' run 1 1 n mil. "We ,;n MM,,,' i i.l.. I i .l I'll' S III, Hi" I'll' in,,i In r 'I'lu nil' MM 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 "-1 inf.. i, I,,! I n,. , i mimii' il.iy inI Hi l"l I' 11 111. ii. l I , I'll. I I M' Ii.ii 1 1 .1 v nil ' "i'. , I ,1, In l In ,i i ll. un u lii.'li : li'' In I'l. v .in ii 11111. i in.: In i I'V 'lit' .itrii un; I" I, Hi .i lillli' t:lil wlni ni'i'l''! ni'i'ii i'i, in mil: i I . i i i t: i i i . 1 1 n 1 v nr.'ir. ,,,...' ,-. .ii,,. In n "' sin' i.t ill n il , ulhii'-: 1 !' imiii ii' In li'T l' l ninl Mi,i,!,in; In i.iUi' him in In r l;i p. "M1' ' iliirsn'l rni i' I'm' linhlrrii." mIii" Inlil thr littli t:hl, ami llim liitnint: nwain tn tin li,nlti'f. Mm t ilaini'il Unit I In: ih'14 vmi.n a n'l liiiin lirr hiisliaml. "Anil 1 call liitn .i"i; it's lalln r ihlTii'iill tu say ii'iUVhl wlnti ynn'i" In a linny, yuu liimw." slm i 'laitii'il. "I.immI I'itnn m-iil lili'U." Mi'.n Unrli" w.i.n ill i'.nhiiI III a plilty hlai'K .'nut, I In- w hit" rullaf nl' I In' Mai.'.l slinwi'ii; n ty lull" I'" nt Hi" liirK. I'tnlif a lilll" hlai'lx hat : 1 1 -, ,,,',, I an ahntiihini'" nl' nil hail', uhlrli ti'inh'il In iii-i K In!' I'i'" I""1 nil iht' Minn iiuiinl than it is. Sh" ilnl nui liiiik a ilay yinint:i'i' than In-r mli . uliii h is Thi r" hail hi i n un rH'iil luuaiil "inaliini; iii." ' What ihi ymi lliinli nf iinu'i'h'il lil'i '.'" sh" was asKi'il. "I ill, it dm sll t niatli'l- ml" way nl' tin- i.tlnT in inn's sih'i'I'S.n, I lliinli," was In i ii'lily, "ninl my in. it'll. IK" I" .li. .ii r lil'l last Hitint; i:ii" in" iniii'h ,i i ss iiKi ntniK. whii'li I i 1 1 1 1 1 in. I i,i In i w is" hav" hail," sh" mini with a sniil". "II wa.s ituhiil u .sin i ni' In t i't Initlv." II is M iss I'.ni kn's nr.it v isit In dl I. ill, ,i, a ninl III" m.iiiI h w "Ml . Hit' cniii ,an, has playi'il 111 III" iilni'iiial Inwtis liitwien Sail A 1 1 1 until ii ml Tulsa. Al'tnl' wulKmi; iatn Ni w Vnl'U It will (liinhh' h.n U In thr I'aril'ii' "nasi. Sh" has mil I., i n in ( 'a 1 1 1 1 1 in la fi'l' Ihri" .wars. Sh" will h" iwn wi"ks in San l''l .uii'lsi'ii. VM-n l alK in Him i'. "inn' Imii' has hi'iii very Inl iti'sl i in;, iiuli i il." .In- saiil. Til" wuiil "ilili i - , iNlun; is a in iii"iii nil" in iii-i I'-n - j t u i u u i n h . I in llm I. hut. Mi" Is ii ii v i n 1 1 1 U inn siiii'iia- 1 . . , 1 i'u,i, ii. - .Vive; ( II H i ; i. ,iil II TwTiily-inui' liiuits iifti'i- 1 1 -1- in.ii'il.'ipo to Fil uaiil T. M i I .ii 1 1 h 1 1 ti nl' Niw Vni'K, was aniiulli'il Mrs. .M ;i in m i i t . I ts I M i tA Mi l.iiHKlilui ninl In r riirnu r hushaiul William II. Ihlu wi'i" marrii'il iiam. Miss Ivi's w.is III whin m 1 1 1 iiiiinii'il luh: th" first iimn. A yiiir ai:u sh" nhl.iiiii'il a iIimiii" mi ill" iiiuiiil nf rriiilly ,'inil sh" sunn marrii'il Mn l.aiiKlilin. a I.iwvit I'.ut sh" .siill h.vi.l I Mir, ami In- In., I lu-r s,i hr mar riat;" In Mrl .a iik him wns anniillril mi ;i trilmlrality, th" si-nnul hushaiul ralhiiilly nilllin: in a heal a ..iara Hit In ixpidit" inaitris.' BANDIT CATCHER TO ENTER A. & M. 1 1 . i - ii inr ,nh'i en aiw ays inuiiri ai" i ..,.),,,,. in In r slati un ills j ,,., "'i InuU a riil" out Hi" cily this .,(,,, ,n. Hlti run. ui. Miss iniiK" n iiiiiiri rni. i S', inl In I I,,' ni'1,1 n'TI I.I.W A ri'.i:. nUl.i , April II.- I 'ill "lllrt : . IM'.lU.N .IIUl jllsl I ' I 1 1 i 11)1 I'V i 1 U I a 1 1 ui i a lii'vs h llir t hiiiisa mis' hai all. inh'il i iU l.i In Hii.i A .V M. rnll't;". Inl I In- in.-.' il ill n in has iii'Vri' hail a hi v h iiulii i a I r 1 1 1 r 'i l fall, huw - ri', I h" s, in ui w i.l .r.iha lily nr ills- s.".t. I I i-.n -..III hir.il EARLY TRIAL SURE IN TANZER CASE Nl:V VI IKK. April I I. Tho t rials nf I'.ivhl mill Maxwi ll Shul", ;i 1 1 uiiu'ys fur Kim Taiii r ami her sistris, nr:i mill Kns", Alhrrl J, Jlii 'iilluiiuli, 1"- iti'itiM, ami I'l ii il k i'i. Mifiiirii. liutfl I i -1 I lv . :il imlii'li',1 on fi'ilrral rlinri-H U:ruwinK mil nf I In- $ ;, n.iimi hn-ach of ipliillllS" suit ilLa I list .1 ; I II I I'M v. (is- I Iiulii'. will hi'sla rii',1 within a iiu.nth, II VX.'IS Nil, I I...I lv- .1 II I',' ..I II... ,h" ' sl'1"' I'l, II, -,l Slati s ilisiriil mini n, v. Kl r. ,. ii In ami . ..in- . Als., Ta.iz, r, win, Is .. usnl nf i ''I I 'la, lirlil n, hi. ml iwn u.,lnt ii... ,,,,,, is ,,. ,,,i',..,,,,i i,. ii.Hii.-. .i sin i i ii. i.i . iimn sii.,1 , i .i , ., ' .,: ui' rniirsi. V.xvk miisl lurils fall ill . ' " ,,,, ......m hi- ...' " '. . 1 ' " ".mii.n, m i .a mi was iT- I ! in- "I' I'ulli. is pLiiiiiiiu, t" i-iil"!' ; l.-.is.'il un ii I , ,,f .'..imii. Hiiviil A. - M in Si I'l uih-r mi Hi" ri'wanl , si.uli', wh,, is in ',vv llavin Cnim thr iii r. Inii il ill, la I K"l liim vi'i'y in inhl v . " Il was liiaiarti l islic nf luT uril-! Ii , In I hat sh,' ilnl in. I ma l" I h" si i 1 1 nl v pril crilu'lsin uf Hi" "iiv's, w .ilrr supply . I mum v In- .v ill tu'l I'm- his il.i ! I n i;' arl. , a ni'.him tn v ui. nr. I 'un v s sisln . Mrs. ( i T. i.i inii 1 1 , I' Kansas rilv. Ii" want.. :i lulu's.- i, I ii.Hiiiiir, in iniilia n h'.il "lujinii'i un; II" will prnhal'lv III" ll'iiii il l iiinu-r in Action "I'm III" puur cil" wlni has inuviil t,. I.,v n frmn I h" farm In eh iny II IV lui It" halaiii" uf his ilavs," ,sa v s I:, .11. i ('Ivinir in Hi" iil.illi" KcKislil'. 'I In ii' In- stainls mi Hi" slrci't curiH"' ill V h. Ill III" 1111.11111114 II" lllns" ill .in per riisiuni c.Nlal.lislU'il iliimiK I,In I. I I'M.t.'ll... IIU I II I' film I, III. ki,,i ,,,, i, mil.. I, .,i,i, ,, i Inl ii .ti .nui li.t.s w iiitiil lii i tu k I..UI, . I,.,,-. . Mill, nil.. l.MI.I I ll'U a ,, I ' 1 1 N I 1 1 ' S.N . l" . II ll.l.U fill" iHUl l'( ill" i..iiiun nf his Inaliu plan's lu'fni" ' ulvcr shut ami . ii !! Invvn was awaU". II,' hasn't n 1 at miv ili-laiui' 1 p I . u " tu k.'. f"i' II is still Inn cm, I fur , In un: '' 1li" Spil ami Arnv chili I.i laU" un ils I'niry Is al-u an at luh't ". ai'i'i.lillim Ii. . ii.-i. nil", I lmi'line iilarc nil the; I" his sisl.'i'. ami I "I Is h . al ivi unls en, ill In, us" lawn, an, I III" I'i lluw.s ,.. I ui pi, h- Viiiillim:'. in Hi" slmil iliMiiticc i'Ni.,1 tn dial wilh in his Infii'ipiriit ' il ashes ami Hi" l'.m:"r ili-lainc runs. l..a Iiiil; spells al " Inn I, i is v In spil, net - l'h i n will hi- Hi .ulilitii na I In lp In Hi" linu n, ,, ,.;,ts inl, i th" ki ..uiiiI. Tin lu w li-u hr iiiliiNth" Anuii- rulh t:". nuu vacant iliv In,, ms aiu'iiil Sn Ii" ... hai,N ;, ca i list Hi" lamp p., si llllilj.W ltH III' llll;l; li IIS HiiiiUs. iiinl M of tin- tini.i h" j;isl Ii i us If tlnic ever was a pi tin" nf , ( '(.ii"liiincliili lloilv lliilt l'klil- fof Ii l.''iapliiil thai I,,- vvniilil niipcif ami ph ail 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r r i , w . Mri 'iiliiuir.h hail tint hocn finnnl up In a la! " liniii . Tim ntluT ili'fclnlants ha v " nhailcil K"l si, ui" fur III" capture olitn.l i;i:il an, have I. "en released on III" ll.'lllllltl I I'.Hl. "If I '. 1 1 1 1 : In tin ii i. in v," .'-.lilt l'.iM ... - sister, "I Un iw h" will iiiiull in Hi" I onil'oi liny riiiuilil. tiUlalinu.t Aurii ult i I a : - M.'chaniral A mission worker tells huw shui'Ucd cell""." II" 'V a III s In I." a 11 "1 1 1 in "IT, sh" Was to ellcull liter t his hit of cyillc l.nl ,,'ar lather, a r.niif at Struiiil, nl- ism In the slums. The cuiivci's.ition ways has ill emu ;ir."il linn in III" am- "'s "iiween nui wumcii iiose iiuir Itltu nIihoI ntivtliini; ,lways 1'iac- ;,l, .Hi ill. 'lain -luily. hi 's it.' TRADER Q XL DO PS p., -i m i:i I I' M 111 plnve a III.I SS(j In US ill 11,. I I I I Ivll lur W" hav" Icariicl I' "I,- II- e. . ill, .III y lll'l Ullow lU'W In I" " s., ...: Tl Will pll-.ll In Die f ' . ' r ' I !;,- v .1 . anil c rrv I'., lv nIi,ii',I, 1. i " .i In l mu han. I to in iU" il a I', N M i: v, ,,r in T.iN.,'. li.N..,y. lll'l K vv II U'" SI M i: hi'lu r, hu ll .-V - Mlli'lni els" Hill lilll.HU low. I n,. , III, Ml M ui , m tun ami vnu v ,'l ti"l ",n; Inn 1. 1' the 1 1 . 1 1 cost of h in- The I II I I'll! IN 1 1 ami t Mtll- II '"M ss ai i Hie piin.ipal causes nl .'' (III. II , , n ,.f I IMi. Tims" V. In. ... to mill.'! a I v a v s r, I the I. est. ; i , ri I ! In low i st pi i. i s. Thi.- e w ho I'li'i" 'Inn vv : . I , t n , 1 1 w a v s i; i t what Is lift .ilnl pav Hi" Imrlust prices. Cuine M" Hi' ilillcnii.e liitvvecn ( Un allil 1 i I'll il . .'4 Ii - l:. st i'lo'ir t t !: -t l'h in 1 .'i II s ;, .t e,.t:iif..'.s i lie I'll- he! llest l'..tat.i".N'. 1 1 n. S'lii.ir k I -' Siiirnr .1 II. N I.l I it.- N'.IV y lle.illS . . A hs. small N.iV v la alls . . .-. !l.s Ilnl I'i an-i pliUS. I lilts 1' iUu'n. , ii areiil L' j;i It:, i alls T.'ina (..el. . . . 4 i mis Van I 'amp's Snup, ( iiml lli'i us 1 liar. .M.il Us Salt 1 huil"l Siilt lilies iii-st T.ii'lo sat. . liuM'S Sciin liliuht .Match iiNirin. Aiutiii 1 1 niituii v s tin I'l'fut 1 svs liMii ci un pin a I "s uiihl.rv mailers ami II. I K In II," 1 1 1 I I I . ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 s , f IU, , I, illI ll. ui. lint ariuv ,n ' 1 ' 1 1 : . i . ale i.lsn ii i rciNi il In I In- I,. I. i i " nous i har- lJlF 1 IU t.'l' of In I s, hll. " Ih ntt of I Ih" iv 1 1 1 1 1 1 i oiin i;,, ,' en mi.: s n Hi" I I'i pul.it i. ui of tin- i nil ' ' i.i"" i r- in. I SKI(. lans (U'llnaiii. ' '. I m an i i lis, luhs, I ',. lis, ("mats ami i 1'.- i.iiiii uts uf one r.ic" a en oil,, "i , I l y li, i n of a not In i ,v I'll -m i . u.'iit lif luiill i'.s aiisnu: fro n the lis,, if alt f I'i n ut I.i in: na r . n ,'i,i la i a ia I i I", no ills ai". h.nu'ii'i 1 1 coi.ni, "il m llii ii ,,K me up if t lie mil 'iiv in i ai a - tlcil I II" ilisl Hil l, V e I ,1 ' ll I, Il.i 1 llll'S hi inn al ill. i .1 in i h it In a I,. Il of I II" i I v ii . vv hei . I In v v ill 'm most cf. I', ctlv I'm- iiinI.i i,, e i he , i ' , i . ' v . fa inoiis .,l its iihlal'.N , 1 1 i .... 1 1 , ami hussars. In e, llllleil NeMU tl'M'l the I'.lll e.ll'- i.'i's, who aie iii Id lor I H m i- lioisc n.inship ami -u i .1 "'I ila-h. tni-.tiin-peri iiulii s of '..ii. at il i uli r Ii Mitt Ii .i I li 1 1 ' 1 1 Ii 1 1 s 1 iiii r;.'l !i iiiii.'ii thi'se liorseiiien ai,' hi.'i.illv ii iiiuiv ci na hi", iiinl once in sirlu ,.f ir.,i. they ilash it llu'iu in 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 s ami nn Histihl" f.lNhloll Tin 1 1 'I uvm i ' tl i iv- j alrv. fo I his I u n ii. ,n . .,lt en In hi . . till.' leu k for I lie I IIUl I i II H C" $.7.i I Other racial elements simllril- po . . I si ss tln'ir iieciilhir 'r. i's The I'lciits . .'li are c. client Nohln is .u i'iii, w-'ll nn . . 'J.'m' ' iler unlit. uy ilisclpliinv Tin- I ;' ,'lin ...Mlo i Mn h " I n I.l lis i . wlni" no ci ! 1-1 ateil fit . . 2.V 'iiilit.iry iiinilities. jre tun.. I f..r tlulr . . 2."ir i lul :i ni in (', while 'lie wail.!." iltins . 2.".' uf th" I'ol'S ill" !ii-!"i. The .".I'til . . I.V1 lelv l.l.ltl'll, which . nlit'll ut'.'s so if. . . I."w f'i'tivi'lv I" (o'llu.'ll sn, ,,, I'.el- . . ,"m' ! iriuin. is neiiiiteil iim-i'v liein .I'm- trhi'is ami 1 1 iiiil'h i hi Sv.-uimc The .. 'Jul- il, part m"iil of t r i ii.m nt ,t i'i'1. l.l.o tl.o . . ait,- ilfjtltlv, ill.ivvs fn. ii nil .i , TIlO . . ISl" ('lo.ll.S llllV" illw.IVs llll'l II C'l I. T1- $I.T."i i I ii t i on for InvaMv I i tin- Austrc. ...." 1 1 unmi ruin impiie. Thev have hern . ...V ci iisiil-fi il the 1 at it.il I otccti I . f tin- 1. oiiler an, I llio stiutiy hiil- IU1 Hie sm.ih- I'ork W'liv Pav iiuto? It costs yon tioth. itiK ti le.iiii how to save L'.i cints out Wiirk of I lie tm i.f eiii-li dollar. .Money I.i. k If not wist. - I'mtn -Ausin MliL.t: irv'a ipim'il. Liiiilers in th" New '.ui'-l p." in th-1 I'li.l.H.' !' our Hllol'S, Clothiiiu iiinl AiniTlc.in K. view of ! Iiu.s. I'.rv fiooils. V llillf Otll' OIH' rMUII. TRADERQ 1C6 lasl Second "Now sum. sin ft if," tuitp cl.iim.a that tlriiikliiir water copiously fi-r a colli is inn i I. ctter th. in iliinkiliK w liisi, v.' ' rni." "I lou t o i I'lii v e it ?' "i Mi v. s. Me. In n! .,ilii : -i I n,':iy uniiusunt " Hal life 1 1 . 1 1 1 mil heeii pa ft icu In rly I el nil mis. "Well." saiil oil" of tliein, "of nun's" we has niir troiihl" wilh iill of 'em. Hut I'll say this for my secuml hus haiul lie's In-ttcr than my fust, lie's I I Jul so lunch that H'aii icii lly nil I "in I lias fur myself." I ,i ppi ncot I'.s. ANNA MORGAN HAS A SOCIETY CIRCUS - , .',' 1 v. ti ';;:' "i. t- 's,' i it .;-'i " . ' o ,-. i ' v t-X--! ',., t'v , I v "..i : '- I! -v..-- . V -im; . .' ,N- W J tSf v 'rj-i:" ' ,' v. r,v'.,U :-U i &i i. " , S ,' ! ; A Ni:V VOItK. April 14 Mih Anne M.iin.in, iliuiKhter of tin- liitr J. I'. Mnican. Is coini? In (tiv n wwlPty circus In tlii.s t ity. Inclili'tilally Miss MoiKim lias also fpokpn un th mnr riiiKP iU'stlin, ami although herself !tiinstor. hu.i lump nut with Hip utnpiiiliflcil statement that nil women MiotiUI hp wpiI. An itnlpitt Biiffrn e.t. Mis.s Morgan oays a wtmian' Krciittst worS in th world is to crt'Mt". She say php ln'Iicvm Ihe wniniin Is liuppo st in the home, rear nig ihilJicn. .s'lii'iiiil ti) Tin' W'orhl OKLAHOMA t MTV, April H. I'n ll'HH HlUlp('(l hy I III' I'lllltiH, I I. II. llnw- m I'll, slut" iiiiiillnr, saiil loday Unit. Ii" would liniini' all claims mail" pursuant tu Hi" $7',.0iH) appriiprialinii for tli" t pnralion cuinniissiun in I'uihliiiK the Iwu-cent fur" rinses, riu;a I'd less nl when liny ciinc in. This meant that claims for miTV lees nr olliet'W i.se. pl'e .seiileil iifler July 1, will Im paid hy 111" still" midilui', iinlesM .sumeoiif lakes iiclion In tin: court tn proven! him. I 'ha I r ma n .lack l.uvu uf Hip curpnr- nlloii cuiiiuiis.sluii raise I III" puliil that III" a I un , , prial in ii was unly llinitcd to the "inl of the preseiil fiscal year, or I li in- ;i0, ninl t hereal ter Ihe money ciiiild mil he used. 1'pull this point Ooveriiui' Williams .siiiikIiI mi upininll fruiu I ho ;il tni'iiey-uenei iil's uffiee. The KuVeriioi', however, lunk the up- puHlle view It'll tn t uiiiiiil.s.iiuii"l' Mvo, iiti ndiiiK that Ihere was tin llinita- l ion mi Ihe dine when the money could he aviiiliihle, except that It would not run over two and a half years. An opinion was "iven the nuvernnr today from the iitloi'iioy-",eiHTal'M of fice, written hy K. 10. Wood, ruiu'iir niiK In the ",'iv onior's views exactly, in which the opinion says that the use of the phrase in the law "lor fiscal ar ending June 30, 1 H 1 ft," Is a mere designation of the eiirrent year's f iiiuls out of which the appropriation is made, and nut a limitation uf time in which the appropriation is to he iilili.cd. While ( 'li:i i I'll i.i tl J.nve of the com mission is still of the opinion that the uvailiihilily uf the appropriation on lil he ended after July 1, if the slate auditor honors claims and Issues Wiirr, nits aeainst Ihe fund after that, I hen the purpose nf Ihe fund will lie carried out, hut he is still skeptical of Ihe outcome. The slate auditor, how ever, has Hie authority to Issue or re fuse to issue all warrants, and as his action is already Indicated, It is pus sihle tluil there will he no further dif ficiilly in the matter. STATE AUDITOR HAS ADDITIONAL DUTIES Must ColliH-i 2 Per Cent on All Insur ance Policies Sold hy ( oncei iis Out side Sla'e, Not l icensed Merc. Spi'i-inl to Tlio World. OKI.AIIO.UA CITY, April 14. Now duties have heeii added to the i-tate auditor's ollu e .of which he was not aware until looking over the new in surance law ellin ted hy the last legis lature linns. i hill N'n. 70, hy Matey of ,M uskueiT and ll u rett uf Shawnee. Th"ie Is to he revenue raised under section 1:' of the law and this must h" collected hy the slate auditor. The provision sav.s thai upon every pclicy of insurance covering property in I lie slate issued hy -iny fiu'clini In surance company not lict used to trans act husiness In the state, the party, lit m, ass.ici.u imi or corporation tu whom such uiilicy is delivered, or In whose favor Issued, shall pay within thiity days thereafter tu the state auditor ii J per cent excise or priv ilege tav un the premium therefor. This money shall he turned Into Ihe state treasure. It Is also prov idi d that if this ex'iae ta is not paid within sixty days an additional SI a per cent will he add ui fur a pinally, this with Ihe oilier 2 p r cent will lie held as a lien aH ilii.st the property. NEXT SIXTY DAYS WILL END DISEASE direful Watch Will lie Kept or the Iviiink Line lo Prevent Trans portation of ( utile. Spi'i mi to Tin' WorM, OKI.AII' i.IA CITV, April 14. If sufficient precaution is taken, and a proper patrol of the hordcr line is inn. I.', all ilaimer from foot and mouth disease will have heen removed from Kansas in the nelKlihorhood of the i 'kl.i lioina line within the next sixty days, acioidinn to President Prank M liault. of the hoard of apiculture, who has Just returned front I'sane county and the vicinity of the Infected teiatoty. A strict patrol of the Kan-sas-i kl.ilionta state line Is helni; en foteed hj President (ianlt on behalf of Oklahoma, and the Kansas author ities are also doini! alt posslhle tn the end that the disease may ho slumped mil. and to prevent further spread. President ihiult spent several days ali'lii; the stiite line and speclallv In sections where he had received infor mation that some cattle had heen al lowed lo not a loss the line Into Okla homa. One or two hunches were found, and the owner was given time tn remove thetu hack across the lino or take the coiiseiiieiices of the law. The cattle were removed Immediately In each cao. POSTPONE CASE OF RIVER-BED LEASES Spu 'ml la The World. OKLAHOMA PITY. April 14 Trial of the I'HSM to test title to the beds of the Arkansas and Cimarron rivers han heen postponed to the June term of federial court at Knid. according to unreenii lit of attorneys on both sides In the cases. These cases hail been on the court docket to come up In the term opening here next week. Attor ney lleneral Preellnir, representing the slate In the mutter. Is busv pre parin for resuming the two-rent case on May L'4. and It was found Impns slhle for htm to attend to both. Three Interests are represented In the river bed ownership suits, the state, the In dians and the riparian owners. Many iiil ial oil anil gas lenses of river bed tiaits are now being worked tin der regulations ngrred to by both the state und the government and the re ceipts nre being held In escrow pend ing termination of the ownership claim. NO APPOINTMENT YET More Than One I In ml nil Applicants for lAiniml'w.loiiiT: InH".ers ;urss. Bperial lo The World. OKLAHOMA CITT. April 14 tiopesters Imve been busy the past ev eial vlu) filling th vacancy on Ui Sale positively opens your money refunded. Thursday morning at H a. in. Every tiling sold as advertised or LADII S' KIOSK SKIRTS. ' e in the new flare and circular effects in all tho new shades. Handsome Skirls, worth 1 3.o0. Forced Sale price If I. Is Heaiillful Press Skills, worth $4.50. Forced Sain price $I.IH Pp-to-dato Press Skirts, worth $6.50. Forced Sale price $J.IH Newest Spring Press Skirls, latest styles, worth $8.50. Forced Sale price $J.1H IIOISIO IlKIOKKIOK AM) KIMONOS. $1.00 House Presses und Kimonos. Forced Sale ITlce )(. $1.75 House Presses and Kimonos. Forced Sale price r . OHe l.INi.l KIP PltllSSIX $3.00 value fine Lingerie Presses. Forced Sale price $I.4H $4.00 value fine Lingerie Dresses. Forced Sale priie $t.l8 $5.00 value, fine Lingerie Presses. Forced Sale price .$a.48 $6.50 value fine Lingerie Presses. Forced Sale price $2.IH Silk and Lingerie Presses up to $12.50. Forced Sale price $4. ItH '"I ' CIIILDUIOX'S DKIOSSIOS. 50c value, size 2 to 6. Forced Sain price 2.1c $1.00 value, size 2 to 6. Forced Sale price 48c $1.00 value, size ti to 14. Force dSale price 4Se $1.50 value, size II to 14. Forced Sale price Idle $2.00 value, size (i tu 14. Forced Sale price Nc LA DUOS' WAISTS. 100 dozen Ladies' New Summer Waists; big lot; worth $1.00. Forced Sale price lille $1.25 Waists. Forced Sale price -ISe $2.00 Waists. Forced Hale price "8e $2.50 Silk Waists. Forced Sale price Hc $:i..'0 Crepe de Chine Waists. Forced Sale price SI.II8 COKKIOTS. New Spring Poi'sots, worth $1.00. Forced Sale price I8e New Spring Corsets, worth $1.25. Forced Sale juice 7ic New Spring Corsets, worth $1.50. Forced Sale price lHc LA DUOS' MII.LIMOKY PIOIWKT.MIONT. Ladies' Sample Street Hats go at exactly ..Half Price Children's large assortment. Forced Sale price 25c u Ml'Kl.lN INDIOKWIOAII. 50c Corset Covers. Forced Sale price 2:le 75c Corset Covers. Forced Sale price Wit! Nainsook and Muslin Uowns, worth $1.00. Forced Sale price 4Se Forced Sale price ".' Forced Sale price worth $2.00. Forced Sale price worth $2.50. Forced Sale price MIOVK AM) HOYS' PANTS. Hoys' 35c Pants. Forced Sale price Iflc Hoys' 5o Pants. Forced Hale price Hit,. Hoys' $1.00 and $1.25 Punls. Forced Sale price .. Bill ing Hoys' Knickerbocker Pants; $1.75 value. Forced Sale price Men's good durable Pants; worth $2.00 Forced' Sale l"'(p Ke Mens extra good Worsted TroiiHi.ru. u.....iw i m. Forced Sale price Men's Finest Press Pants price Joys Wash Suits; price Hovs' Wash lliilsi worth XI (in $1.00 Overalls. Forced Sale price worth $4.50 worth up to $2.00. . . .SI. I8 Forced Sale $1,118 Forced Sale 4He and up Forced Sale price 4Sc 51e llltV (iOODS PIOI'AKTM I0NT. All colors of Standard Calico. Forced Sale price yd 1c 10c Apron Gingham. Forced Sale price, yd. ... fl'ir 12!ic Press Gingham. Forced Stile price, yd. ...S 10c grade Pleached anil I nbleiu neil .lnli. Sale price, yd 10c Straw Ticking. Forced Sal., price, yd'.'!!! 25c (piality Table oil Cloth. Forced Sale price, All other Pry Goods less than the cost of the r' terial. Hemnanls and Mill lOmls included. Sic He Forced 7c ...7'ac yd.lTe iw inn- SIIOI0 DIOI'AKT.MIONT. Men'R $2.50 and $3.00 Work Shoes. Forced Sale $1.7!) Men's $11.50 Work and Press Shoes. Forced Halo $2 18 Ui dies' Shoes; worth $3.00. Forced Sale price ..$L7.- La flies' Mary Jane Pumps. Forced Sale price . . . . $1.7.1 Ladies' Colonial Pumps. Forced Sale price $MS Children's and Misses' Mary Jane Pumps. Forced Sale mice us follows: Size 2'A- to 5. Forced Sale price .. Size 5 '.j to S. Forced Sale price .. Size 8U, to 13', a. Forced Sale price Size 1 lo 2'a. Forced Sale price . . . Hoys' Shoes. Forced Hale price . . . flOe 8e $l.!!!t $1.(11) $1.19 anil $1.18 M ION'S I'l KNIslllNfi IHOIWKTMIOXT. Men's 50c Work Shirts. Forced Sale price Men's 75c Work and Press Shirts.. Forced Sale ! ! .Men's $1.25 Press Shirts, wilh or without coll Forced Sale price Mens i iic Summer T'nion Suits. Forced Sale Men's 50c Summer Pnderwear. Forced Sale Men's and Hoys' 50c Caps. Forced Sale price Men's $1.25 Silk Caps. Forced Sale price .. Men's Silk Neckwear. Forced Sale price Hoys' Waists. Forced Sale price Men's Hells, all sizes. Forced Sale price price price 2e 7.V 3l)e 21c 2-c .MM) 1 5c Pie I Do $1.25 values. $2.00 values. Princess Slips, Princess Slips, Combination Suits, worth Combination Suits, worth . .l8e . . l)8e $).: i .i". I'oreed Sale price . .IStlo $1.25. Forced Sale price'.'."!' MUX'S II AT DIOI'AKT.MIONT. Sample line of Holhschild Hat Co., St. Louis. Finest Milan Straws and Panamas: $1.50 Straw Hats. Forced Sale price 98e $1.00 Straw Hats. Porcud Sale price ! 48e $2.00 Straw Hals. Forced Sale price $11!) $3.00 Straw Hats. Forced Palo price SL7.- I.APIIOS' I I KNIMIINGK. Todies' 12 1 1-0 Hlack and Hrown Hose. Forced Rale Combination Suits, worth $2.00. 50c Pravvers. Forced Sale price 75c I ira wets. Forced Sale ju ice Ladies' Sateen I 'nderskirts. Forced Sale price I .'idics' $2.00 Silk Petticoats. Forced Sale price Ladies' 75c Middy Kinases. Forced Sale price . . Ladies' $1.25 Middy Hlntises Forced Sale price Ladles' $1.50 Middy Hlonses. Forced Sale price Ladies' 2 for 25c Hummer Vests. Forced Sale, each 7e Ladies' Sue Hummer Pnion Suits. Forced Sale price 2."e Ladies' 75c Long Gloves. Forced Sale price 3!)e Ladies' 50c Short Gloves. Forced Sale price ; 2.V Ladies' $1.25 Long Silk Gloves. Forced Sale prele 7."c Ladies' White Handkerchiefs. Forced Sale prico . . 2c Forced Sale price 1)8; 2:ie . . 18c . .:!!) . . 8e . . ! . tl!)e . . l)8o Black and l'rovvn Hose. Forced Sale Lisle Hose. I'oreed Sale price and 35c Lisle and Silk Knot Hose. Fi Ladies' Lit Ladies' 20c Ladies' 25c Sale price ladies' fiOc and 75e All-Silk Hose. Forced Hale Hoys' and Girls' 15c Hose. Forced Sale price . Ladies' Bungalow Aprons; worth (15c. Forced Sale Ladies' Bungalow Aprons; worth 75c. I'oreed Sale ladies 1 5c Wash Petticoats. Forced Sale price I c De .lie reed . I lie .:.!( . c Kite 18c . 4.-c X'I KA SPIOCIAL KAKGAINS I'OK THI KS)Y. Sailors; worth Ladies' Black and White Straw Forced Sale price One lot of Indies' Waists; worth up to $1.50 one lot of ladies' Aprons; while they last . 10 dozen Ladies' Summer Vests only Ladies' Chemise; worth 85c Ladies' Pocketbooks; worth $1.25 $1.00. . . I0e . .2.-c . . 2l)e . . 5e . . 2c . ..tile Follow tlicse directions ninl you can't miss the place. Across tho alley from "Wclls Targo Express company. Across the street from the Grand Opera house; one-half block west of Oklahoma Hotel. Look for the sign across the sidewalk with the name and number on it. A. C. JACOBSON, 112 E. Second WANTED Ten experienced salesladies. Apply at once. corporation commission caused by the impeachment of Commissioner Wut son, and several names have been mentioned In connection with the place. Although Governor Williams will not discuss the matter, it Is be lieved tho appointment will be made this week. There are about a hundred more applications for Ihe place, but this does not mean that unyone who has asked for the position will get it. It Is probably the most Important of fice tn the state, the governor not excepted, and the chief executive wants h good man in the place. It is understood that he will not consider anypne who has made application to him for the Job. Attorney icneral (ilvcs Division. Sprcinl to tin World. OKLAHOMA CITY. April 14. Members of the board of medical ex aminers and board of education are officers, according to law, and one cannot hold both places. Is the sub stance of un opinion from the attor ney general's office given Governor Williams. It Is also held that a county superintendent cannot be ap pointed to n position on the board of education for the same reason. SIIII'IU II PING OI'POKTl'N ITY 191.1 Pronil-n'S to Ke a Year of Great Activity. The year 1914 was one of the poor est for the American shipbuilder. The yeur 1915 promises to be one of un precedented activity. In the first thirty-six days of the present yenr. orders for forty-eight ocean vessels were booked and among the lot was a eon tract for tho building of two ships for Hrltish owners. The head of one of the large shipyards announces that he has closed enough business to keep 6,000 men engaged for from two to three years. Plans have been drawn and prices asked on sixty more ocean vessels. Apparently every American shipyard will be working to capacity throughout the year and the American merchant marine will have the largest addition to Its tonnage in history. Two factors enter into this remark able revival first, the European war and, second, the Panama rannl. The struggle abroad hug progressed far enough for American shipping men to appreciate Its effects upon the ocean carrying trade. Hitherto tho Ameri can has labored under serious handi caps. It costs more to build a ship In an American than In a Kuropean yard. Wages here are higher, lihor repre- I sents the largest single Item In t he i building of a ship. It costs more, too, to operate a vessel under the American J flag than under that of any other na-, tlon, our laws requiring lurger crews, i The war, It is believed, will bring a readjustment that will wipe out these, differences. Through the hundreds of. thousands of men killed and the mil lions wounded, It Is expected there w ill be so great a scarcity of labor in Eu rope when the war ends that wages will he Increased to a level never reached before, and the heavy taxa tion Imposed on all Industries to pay the war debts will raise the cost of products to a decided degree. Added to all this Is the fact that while hun dreds of merchant craft have been sunk by commerce destroyers, the reg ular output of Kuropean shipyards has ceased. There r one more thing of which time alone can measure the Impor tance. That Is the depletion and dis organization of the forces formerly en gaged In shipbuilding 'by being- cnlled to military dutv. From "A Kevival In American Shipbuilding." in the American Kevlew of Keview. Ilxlng the Identity of Caruso. One of the Parsons picture houses showed a current event picture lust week. Among the events was a glimpse of Caruso, the noted tenor, leaving America. When the smiling face of Caruso was thrown on the screen a young woman turned to her father and said: "Father, who Is Caruso?" The father scratched his head and thought at length and finally said: "Why don't you know, he was shipwrecked and cast upon an Is land?" "Oh, yes. I do remember reading about that." said the daugh ter. Kansas City Star. Young Lady (at Palm Keaeh, look ing at the stars) Isn't that I'rsa Major? Southern Oentlemnn Colonel, if you please, miss. St, Louis Globe. JJEWK0WITZ ENLARGED SAMPLE STORE Complete Line of Sample Skirts on Sale Today Spring models Cloth, Cor duroy and Silk Skirts made in the newest styles. $5.00 Skirts on sale... $2.98 $5.08 Skirts on sale... $3.98 $6.95 Skirts on sale... $4.98 $7.50 and $7.95 Skirts on sale $5.98 $8.95 Skirts on sale... $6.95 $10 and $12.50 Skirts on sale $7.95 JJEWKOWITJ Second Floor Robinson Arcade. Third and Main. Please me Third Street Entrance.