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'THE TULSA' DAILY WORLD,' T JIT TC SPAY, A PHIL 1.r), 1P15,
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I to v'.tn- ll fnls 111 Klanij. In lot,, t-nv I't't- ami I'le Lirir. Na'ilv St I. -el . K I in, Mill'. . expects Massachusetts WOMEN WILL VOTE . - . v " 'i "iv:;! A1 1!' IK Tl i I ' ! ll 1 I M.ss Alu-v .'t.ill Miis I Ii.i. K vv I'. .i vsi.l. lit i.f t Iii ll .IS.'! I S ,1SS", I,, , ll,' f r , " , U.'ll -li I 1 1 .it-'', 1. 1 I ii v is t Ii.i! thv S . ,i t'u lit l"i I In' ill.,' ' t.l I v Will .,,!!,.! fi.i vvviii.iii in 'i"t! of i niil,iv i-s to wliich Mr. Hey N ,, . ii"l.N tvsnf', yester.lay? .Mr. l:.-- ' , 11,'l.ls' st.iivil th.it this union vli-vti'il its t" M A til!.. I . f ! OH. I. lOl ,.,s I'. . 11 ,1 1'. Will 111. V.'lv I. 'I H.. III. .11 111 M.i.ss.ii husvl - .U..I i! is i l.i ii i ii .I I" h.l.l nil .ri'.'ini.l'Hv , ., iiii'.m !i ill iv- iiv 1 1 v, ii.- !i : , in I Iiv si t , 1 1, ., 1 1 , i iiii'.n Tins t it I t w .is 1' ti : . i ,i t w w ii s, ,,', t ma ..i 1 1 : vs. I'll I so l'IO'. Mil's. I ii. ill I uu.-t "ii w . iii.l nut iii- iss I vMits tll.lt illlV iltlllV .11 I u 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1' t'tolll S.I l I'llllu, I '.lilt, .1111.1. VM'.lhl vulllv to, I ' i . w ns 1 1 1. f., usv in u'svivmi; I hv 1 Villi I' It VV .IS , I'.'ltlil, livllvVlT. ull 1 I.."" I .i :.t : "i v Vh .t t hv ,iv! ni'l.in,' , I VV . , 1, viilli v. 'I'), v III. I" hi 111' VV i .'.1 1,1 I'l 'oh. 1 1 Iv I'hrti ii. sum,' i in ,, ill. i nt ' 'J'H'SttuI S ,,S t" I '.1','W I1SW ! ll- s. I V I 'from .n'llliiv fii'v ilitvit.il .ituiist ' M.i t in.oius Tin- 111. i tri'i'i's i,rv ! . ,,,wn ,,, v i iii!. i v , hut ..ii : .ir :.! of ,i i I ,,r.hi., t hv 1 1 '. 1 1 1 1 1 . I' i i i f t hvsv u ims n, . h. ir .usi tl' ns w I' Ii ! ' I i 1 i i . m f u 1 1 1 . , vv I. s 1 1 ,ri' i nl l.,i.iiin ' - n .nr. .. hit!.' vvuiihl th. thv A:n i. :ri .irinv oft! vis run h of this m fi rin.itiui: hv .i rhcht :il,mc thv Ainvr I .in xi ill- of t In- hvi.li r. It.. t!i 'hv i '.i , i n.'.i vMinsuu all.) fhv 1 1 i , f ' 1 . i I s s l 1 1 ass,-! t t (..it t hvir op p. tlv'i's ,.s; svVl l.il h'l'l.llv.l klllvl 111 vis'- , In s s.miv fiiiii M at i nvr. .s. I ', ti v r . .i ' i v , i . p its. h vw i v v I-, iti'l ' - . '. th.lt 'I'V ' ll!.',! ull I'uth S .l.s ill I I "" vxv.vil t:'!v vi.ilioii I n Ktnite. s I I . ;Ti t, '! il I I I'.t -I I i ' l"". .. t t .,. . Millim: .,in I'V ' "ti ' 1 l.'!" s ..n, i 'I'llt I v'lstv.l -' .vv, wi'l' an ...ii,),;.!'!' front tin at'inv " ' n l.l'l.'l. s h "i :i' s.fi 1 Ui I'ali k ! r . a v f ' 'I r. .1 t vl j, v t " 1 !i i . ns- 1 H". Ti V a s. . . ii 1,1 111 thv ! f U! , vii lit f lii ' '!'al!t ,t t!ia' puilit ,1 it -iK t!v s- t i- lit I'm; t , ss t hv 111" ( ; land at " M .'.nv. r. s llv. ..'is,' of the i ii vaiiuiis vi iii-v ..f 'vi' rnii 1't'wvvn I'luwii i v -. I - i v 1 1 Mat i no f s ,, .., t he hv.l v n-.i't1' if iiL'itiii"'i lintii'.: thv li.er l'.l"ks a'l ai tup! II v, -i thv . 'pillion I'l nriiii otfii . rs. alt-tils thv Inst .ma"s ' imII'i :l:ru: hat s. tn.n of the hnl d-T Til.' vv p. .lit '"T! is lllrva.lv oil Its V. a ffulll San I 'lei;... Most of Money Is J Raised for Census ( I'ulit iniletl l 't i'lil I'lilli' I l.'. dav iiiuiiiiPs I I'd worked auain in the a : I vi n no I aid Int. 'If tllvv ipilt hild ,,, i.illv I', nt'd III t 1 1 s 1 1 the sum of v ' ;. Th' havv i.llivr in uso, ,ts in V ll VV t " sve 1 1 "la V W llulll tile feel sl e v. lii i nil' fli'llt illolli'li t" bllllg the . II." '!". ' i to 1 V I IWto tits iilnnitcil. I 'Pie takhl.: of this . vllsus Will at of O L l. atv,! la ll. I t t.i Till l It Will la. an th't'is i.i.ls of ...I,rs' wotth o' 1"' ;.i t i a 11,1 VV ill aid the i it V '"' ,t i l in -! il ii' i. 'tis in tbi.ift i.il Iiiatlets. Its , ,, t ., ion. .t be iin.lvi i siiiiiiitv.i Tils . Ilsiis Mill I e the lust Special l'ti-i- oat-i.. nf th' ni-ular fv.l. i al !,!. is iv. IV In Via's vwr author- if! and 'ha' f.'t iilui.e will gain , ii'iiih iml li tv !.,' T'il-.i The re- ii, , i I ., ' Iv gi'.'Wih alt ii".. I Iv Tub. i s , i i v 1 ' 1 a hi- st a i t ' d thv i mill' ,.,i,t!v s it tl:, ,.t,.'. is h.ie hi li.v e , ,, ,.,t,x (: 1 , i,,,,, v ,sur- I .'"... ui.. , a-,, .,1 i.ot ,s.:,;,,,... 0' 1 -1. mi is iinle hv.uvii tin : h tl b. Ml . rlti,.; nw'' Iv the , Inltt il SI't "' ' ''.Mis llili.tl I - . I NOTED NEWSPAPER MAN COMING HERE; t 1' I III 1 1 V fa VV ','.! J" I' ill. tl ' In M .mi .p., I 1 . s' ,1 al ill i,' It:.- most il is! i ia: a ished i ' '"' '"'- """ l"..iii"is,s ""J '!" ""' a.'1 I't I lice ...n .. P.,..r I..-. I !'; 'V " " - "f "' ' ' S "V , i , . . ,, , . ll ''' 'ivg editor of all the lap- .... 'P .I'l.' " on- lav i .,'1', r 1 n st i . . 11:11..: I ..it i c it u,s a Oil . . Ill t!:i llsi til'li !. IS .'VV , . d I-V Vlli' ir I'.il'L,! t tn I v . ii . i . i I I. i.V I I Hot . t Is I II'- 'S. i, nd 11!' hubs ui Ihe list some tvvilvv or t .' I . . n of I hv bii:g. s il.nlv a ml ntvv "apt -s .,',,1 wetklv and' il. als in Hie mi, Ida'!1 iv Mr . ill. n vvnt.s that he is to at- ti n, tin s ..:i,.-s in l thetn I'ommri t.i 1 'ott - i..g' t i ll the :,.lh and i J.'ll, of Apt I all-1 will pi':tiv vl I i unl v I t o III that , It V t Tu's.i f.,r tin f. slu.,1. 'I'll.- . is,' t.. T ils.i i.f sin h men as !i on mi as Mr I'.J.'ii is invaluable , In I lie It v I I I '111 the ' a ll.l p- 'I lit J'f lid .wit s.il; Tulsa . t ii.i ht i many asset t.. tin- uiiliioii p. oplv who te.ui the ' '..I ir paper. BANKRUPTCY CASE IN FEDERAL COURT S- tl.n.g ail adjudication of the prop. Uy ii;lits of J. l W an', of Col linsville, time tivtltoi have earned ; lie i .:sc Into the ftdtr.il court. The i as. mi. up f r ti' ariiig ystpj Lav an. I ii! I. will i t. lis, "lie most of today to oti.pletc It. Ihe tin to creditors h.o c plated b. for? the c""rt. iliilint .'mounting to $ I " S.thtA. It Is clainit ti I v Ward that hi nset. ar more than .1 t. latter of ;. million dclla'H No crliniiuil cast k were reached ye tt riiny anil it probably will be Friday before the ttiinlnal docket Is mm inenei d ! postal Ongn.OrS i UC)iai VJJCIdlUld .Aren't Satisfied t ' ' m :u il I 'mm I ;i t IV 11 ... ' 111'.. il;Illvul"V boon ll. I 'I' 1 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 in.:, tin' lilV ..f tin- vi.ui- i - 'mi. . jilt .isc ii, ,1 ii Si . i i i.i ry I .i i ii "I ' I'll In I'll!' tia I Vint )!'. I" 1 fulll 11' ' V I v I I st I I 1, ,. ''Ii. iii ii., ( i i n- mil." I lir rh. lii inn n ...ml "III ! f:i . , .im, I in i r vv UI k. I I h. t....- , hull', I ! hi' vv il Hi i-v I lib. I' i!.,- .s ni , I'll , I 't'llolllll'l W i'.h i.., I ra I fir m i , 1 1 nil ml, nl . U.M. Ill illlh "M, W t in InUiM 'IVI- , . i .i I 1 1 1'. i n , ,in,l J '. I i .i ii k M ii i ii i,i , .p. ift . 1 1 v 1 1 1 ii mi 1 1 r nf tin' . H v "I K I", .1 I 1 '.'III Mil l ,1.1 I Ti ll n i..li.is I mi. i i.f A null' , i. Wluil V. r i; I--.I m. ,i I'. .st., i .'.i i .it.. I-. ii.i.u 1 1 -i.i'i.l. ;; W.iNIi si;iii-. ml i i i . i k.i - I v 'Mr 1 1 .. ii,. i,s, ) inn ii.. v i i'. si .i 1 1 ,1 V'S.,1 ,,v ii.. it .. .ti, I It i,,iis iiinnni; l',.s- l.ll . ' 'III '.. II V ! I il K I .H'llVI 'S Villi' Sills- . !.i. i. .rv .hi. I i In ir mil' il. (-"in- I'' I "I'll, -iv is nun h ilisit .sf.i.-i ion .'in' . ii:. s .in,l tin- '1111111111(111;' i,f thv iiivti i" s ,i , , ni," ri plii il llnsM'll. "In I I ' I: I' .1 ... I t III' 1 list I' II II I I'll! M II r ! tuo vli.M' l"s.tlnr .mil i.in't vvi.iU in v.. ni il.i I 1111,1 H III tl Slll.lt ll'lll'f t'fl.lll till' K. v ii iiv. iss.ii v sunn tluivs ynii van't ' il " lioiim." mi. w.ilsli us k t',i : Plilu'l Know of I nl. ill. ' !lv ilnll t Villi st.ltl' Villi!' Ll'il'V- .ii'iis t ti i . 1 1; Ii tin' union or hmmu' ii- lil fl, I VJ .ili.l U'.IS .1 i hiinnvl for ,, .,,lj,stnivlll i.f Kl'il'V lllll'CS." "I tivvif In miiI of it." rvsiiniiili'il thv uiiriss The othtT 1 I i-t I" I H I'm 'vi' h nl not 1 1 v n nl of tin- union oi ..iiv v.niiivlv. '. I-'.. Knii'iKon, an ot In r o.vi nt. ir. s.i, that ho never hail tiuiihli' iett.iiK short relief fmni'the v if lie .ippv.ileil Ui t ho i liief opcra t.T. Two nivssi'tiK'er hoys testified to de tails of thvir hiisitus.s. lioth xaiil they h.ol hi'vn use 1 in i.l.t.uninic opliiin !i..!ii a ( Tuna man revently ootivliteil of the i tine in t'hiiaKo. Still in ptoll 1 , si 1 1 Uil lli.il the spy system of the Western I'nion makes men in that of fi. v afialil lo he seen talking lo II union man, liunll less In join the nil. ,11. Mr. I'lirroll presented another side of the pivturv and went Into details of pun ions of the testimony k'v n pre viously h the president an. I the vive I'l.siilviit of the Western I'nion. Aiiiuiinitle transmitting niavhines are Liii.liially devreasiiiK the ntmiLer of .men imp:,. veil, hut not tile cost tn the . o in pa nv . he said. To employ as I i ii.i n v men as possihle dnrlriK Hie de jpnssimi owashiiied I'V the war. he s.n.l tli.it the company rc.iwii hiiyinn the ma. hints anil were now rarryinu l in his division alone six hundred mure I of the . limv In I'liieajjn. Shrimpton 1'iisi nt'ss ri t ui rt nients. TRAFFIC BUREAU ADDS NEW MEMBERS Thv me inlivrshlp nf the Tulsa Ti n f -la iissui'iatiou lias Inn n k really in- ; i easeil iliirit'i; the ivvvtit vampaiKii f.,i' iiivnil.vi s. u hit h has vovvrel the .past two vweks iitul thv orminiation .is now on ,i vvl'V sii hst a lit la I footiiiK. Ihriy Montauue an Xpert tr.ittit' loan ..ml skilled stenographer. has I.e. ii I'lplnved hv Ihe association to i.issist Mr. K. N Adams as tral'Hc in.in- ' ,i!.'P. i Mi 1 1 1 1 v is of Hie Traffic association , an have their freight hills audited land i latin vasvs ptosi out nil by the nf i K a tl I .it 1 1 11 flte of tll.ll'Ke. but those .. i. l u ill 1 1, , v.. ...I .".tl pi r ci nt of the claim for the col lection, accoiding to an announcement recently made. The assoi iati.yi has aln adv In i n a intent factor in the ill life ol the city ami its usefulness is sure to increase under the present conditions. TO REORGANIZE THE ! TULSA DAY NURSERY The Tulsa l'n Nurstiy is about to iimlerso a complete- reoi'gani.itioil. At the i eg ula r liievting of the dm i tor -ate in the ('oiiiinervi.il cliibrooin ts tvidav nt In o'clock, eominitti t s were appolllleil tn tlratt a low set of tisn- liill..,, .11,1 it til.. tl.Vl 11 '. I'll 1 ti n 111 till' same place and at the same hour, new ,u ,,,n i. ,a,., i .,,i tl,,. hum,! ',,f ,, rector,, be invi'.-aseil to thiitv ,,,, ,,,,),,. rs vvlll.'ll will be lotllposed of ; i,, 1 1, men and women. Sevel.il i ullllllltlees Here appointed t,, make reports at the net luetlitiK ; ,trs. r I : Sh.illenl,. rg. r. Mi. Il..rry - Sinclair and Mi.-s Caroline I 'it key i ui iv a i, i a a nt v,l as a committee to so 1, . t ,, ne.v ,,, a! mi fur the home. Mrs. W. F Win .1. Mis. o- 1 1 Hunt and Mrs Sand., e appoint... on the I tsol u i mil com u, it tee. Mis. snuiail iind Mrs Jaiins Oilbtt were st lei ted l" IllV's'itale i lie I'll'si ill i "in iii ion of the home and report at the next i no el int?. BETTER SERVICE TO TULSA OILTON In order to a, t"'iiiiiiodale the heavy nv. , . l..i traffic. I h" fw o tall' o ads '"is , i, atvvt .11 t'n two tmv in ,i; e :,.,.,., vt,, tl.e.r ill Co I ll I ll i" I.I t 1. ' II ., I ''i-Cul o.r...,nni.." the Ktv ..,1 : I 'l er, will . ,1. I tt. the oil :.lt let- litiinal statii'i, ct Jen nil-us. iilui'.i' , , 1 . '"'b' t f ' , 1 1 a ,t' n. v ti ni riH tint .Ii llto I I'Ui'ii A low train was put on the I'rwi vf.tii.l.iv bt '.vv.vi' Jt I'.iMigs and Tnls. i. v In, h itiabh s ,'no tn' st ilt In tn Tul a ,n VJ" a- m ami be beak v - '' I' 111 'V "''l ." I' 111 o-iurn ,n . "a p. m - vtli three hums in o.!t. mi Thv in w train leavts Joining at .. 10 p. nl. anl a i i n t ! in Tills. i at Hill" '. r supper. I'.'l P. Ill . I'! - - nil wiioi.i: vitow ix ii i n. M ii li excitement .aiis.il on Nt.ith Cln inn. ill enue . tertl.iv afternoon w h n a l ug" rattlesnake seven feet long crawled out of a eprtiiK w.ig.ni n hi re 11 negro theatte man was rtving a free demonstration f his Bn.Ute-i hiiriiiloK propensity, and started otf toward the near est x a ant lot. The miake-t harmer purmied his favorite pet for several tflrdft. eallimr for her hv the meetest names he could think of and In sisting that she come bavk. When finally he oxertook the fnake. It colled suddenly and struck at the incrn but with no effect. Th rod whlih lia.l Krflliete.l to see the wonderful man had fle,l when he rot the reptile back Into the wagon. They, moreover, ex ,reed no Intention of foliig to the show. TO OKI. III M A Tle stale coin mi 1 1 1 fur i(livf In I lelitiiini say t hat t Iv y are . hv- 1-' ill 11 i II'.' In IVII'iVl lispnllsis IOl Uie appeal lajdv tliiv'ii'h tin' pal" i s. Hut tlivv have ju.ni re- I tiled il 1 1 1 cm.-, a K e ll". HI the Alllll'- i'.in vomniis-ioii for nlief in I'.el fii in vv hi. a ri ml as l.illnii..: "To d.i v tiiere K ... i r..' from Ht luiiim, '.-'vli.l us r,i, ., , pv'sh'." 'I his is lust as much ' tlie nice of o.d is the civ that jvai'h.il ,M. I'. I'll lllll t he I I spollse is I V I II lllorc s,vvsslt oils. 'I'll.' picture of iv 1 1 fvh 'tlnvs.s iii tha; pitiful land lTovv more ami more ap I'iillniK IIMin ilav In dav. ,iliss Winllrv.l Holt, .vvivi.'ii'y' of the New Vnrk Assiviat i,,n ' for I ho liliiid. has Just rtliiiiuil from ('iir.ipe, a Ii v I'v she went in the interi st of I he 1.1 1 ml llvlui.ui efu Wts. She says tin re Is ho t",.o I 'I 't i. but t is estimated that out pels, ui in . very I,. 'in in H'lium was cither j 1 1 t.i 1 1 blind or tu t illv blind, or aln in ei.uhl t ln.il ''and When I It u in I.e. aine Hie ct tiler of w;1r llo re wjis 13 Institutions for tlie blind, deaf ami dumb 'I'fivv i,,.ri. wrvtkvil and tln-ir sorry in ha bltant st poured rail l h in a mail rush of siuniiu: m assMs ,,f blind men, v omen and children, scekint- such plin ts of ;afcty. They must now lie scatttiad milling the helpless narvlmr, iinfort unatp rt fusees, slandiiiK in the breadline that stretches ill over llclidiini. I'oodst nfs must be continued to be pro.ldeil In Ihe fairly reg ular way In which they have been supplied heretofore. Heluium has been .:aved from the Intermittent Periods of .starvation by the per sonal sacrdices of tin directors of the American ocmmissioii, who have all Uns,. nmts pltdnvd their personal credit for asj tinicli us JM.immi All hoi, or to tho ".ii iiiissioiie rs. livery American should show his utiireclation for living in a oi urn t rv of peace and prosperity by giving liberally to the poor, destitute people of HeU'iuni. Kindly send etieck or nitciey or tier lo Mr. (J. (1. Sohlberg, treas urer state committee, Oklahoma City. MANY RAILROAD OFFICIALS HERE Itig liiisincss uiul Oil Activities ISring Many Ititiliiuid Men to This ity. Tulsa railroad offices ami tlie right-of-way of all the local railroads swarmed with visiting railroad offi cials yesterday. The wide reputation of the local oil field ami tlie phenom enal growth of Hilton, the new town on the (hi Kelt railroad, which In. terse, Ms both Hie Frisco and Katv at Jennings, has brought numerous rail road agents to the vicinity, h.'ine working up business ami some follow ing the bent of their curiosity. Frisco man who visited In the eltv vesttiiliiy were ( '. i I. Jackson, tlistli.t passenger agent of Oklahoma I'ltv; ('. A. Tnlley of Oklahoma City, traveling freight attent; I'l'. II. W. Cole, jr., chief surgeon of the Frisco general hospital at St. r.oiiis, and J. A. Frates of Spi inufiebl. general Mlpei iiiteinlent, who passed through on his way to i Ull. in and the oil field. Kept vselitatives of the M. K. - T. railroad in town were W. F. Williams of Oklahoma I'ity. general manager; I. F. IlioUey, dlstrbt superintendent of Muskogee, und llt'orge It. Meeker, district passenger intent of Oklahoma Oit.v. Forest A. Ilrown of Kansas Cily, traveling passenger agent of the ('. X M. W.: Sidney King of I'allas, travel ing freight agent of Hie Wabash, anil I'. I.. Ilolb.way of Oklahoma "it v. tt.iveling passenger agent of the New York I'entral lines, represt nting the Interests of foreign roads, also ap peal i d In Tulsa yesterday. KIDNAPS HUSBAND : ,' A f.yv. fl t f :V i. ..4 ' I ... -s a. 4 ,;S;Va - . 1 . ..... . . V- 'Ji l'1 V-f. J-V-:.ltf .-.-.''(.H i -1 NKW YoUK. April 14 !frs. II. F. W. Warden, wife of lieutenant Warden of the l'.oal Mcdual Corps, and formerly Miss Marjr Kasby-Sniith of Washington. D. C. lias arrived here with her hesband after kidnaping him from Ihe llrdinh army. He went to tho steamship to ce her off and rhe linked the cabin tloor until the) boat sailed. Then he to'.d her how ever that he had obtained a furl. nigh. He will remain in this country sis daja, then hurry hack to his post. TULSA LOOKS BETTER AFTER AN ABSENCE Vt can'l a iipreclrit e the city of Tulsa unit you leave II," Haiti Joseph II. Allen, former local merchant, yes ttidaj upon his return from Klcrida lor ii brief visit. "1 lelt hare six 'linu'Jis aurt," he i out lulled, 'after disposum of my In-' 1 (crests in T' ii Is i. I have lit i ll all t'irom;h the south Aline I hell and have in vested, money In Florida prop erty, but now I'm ready to conic back for K"od. As soon as I can dispose of my stuff In Florida yon will see me back in Tulsa. I expect to return i some time early next fall to stay for Kiiotl." Allen kiivs that In Memphis, At lanta, ( 'hatta noon. i and other larKe i cities he found conditions deplorable. "They've got Ihe big industrial In stitutions and factories all riKlit," says j Allen, "but where you will find two , smokestacks In operations you will i fin.) four others idle. II seems to me I like Tn I Hit is much better now than any city I liav' visited during my ali- i seiice. j Allen ; ference I absence says that about the only dif he notices In the city is the of loafers from the street and more building uelivity any time within Ihe past two cc r n el's than at years'. m ui: M N OF HIM The Miracle-Worker of Hie Shift Klnjt Ten 'In Sing' Sing prison there died this week a murderer who was serving a life sentenee. For thirteen years he was the worst convict unions all the wicked, desperate men in that bitf prison, which is filled with the scum of the New York slums. Me was a vertable "hero of evil." And yet, beside his open grave Ihe warden of the prison (stood, With bared head, and with tears in his cheeks, und said, polntliiK to the coffin that was i.hout to he covered with earth: "Me was my friend." Kindness worked a niiruele In the character of "Canada, lilackie," the convict. It regenerated him, changed the vengeful, hating', murderous brute Into n gentle, grateful man with a heart as simple und tender us that of a child. Thomas Mott Osborne, the warden, was tho miracle worker. When he, took charge of Sintf King prison he was warned to look out for "Canada Hlaekie." tlie man killer. This In corrigible convict was In Hie dungeon because, In an attempt to escape, he had crippled a guard for life. One of the first acts of the new warden whs to take "Canada lilackie" from his solitary dungeon to the sun light of the prison yard. Jt was the first time In twelve years that he had looked into the open sky, that he hud sli pped on the grass of the yard. The warden took his arm and walked ami talked with him there. Jt was Ihe firs', time in twelve years that any man hail spoken kindly to him. lie could not understand it, at first, but whtn he did, when the war din told him he was going- to be kind to him, and trust him, ami give him a chance to be a man, he broke down and wept. Me whs a human being, after all, a man with a heart tnai ciiuiti no reached, and the new warden found it, and this is what the warden said at his grave: "Night and day, from the first time that lie stepped forth Into the sunlight John K. Murphy, that was 'Canada I'.lackle's' real name, was the strong est force for good among the pris oners of Sing' Sing. It was he who said to the men, disposed to make trouble with by new system. "'Iion't you see the whole business is altered?" You'll tell your pals any thing that would be good for them to know, wouldn't you? Well, now Ihe warden's one of our pals and you must go straight with him.' " Tho change in "Canada lilackie" is only one of many miracles brought about by the kindness of Warden Os borne. In telling of his new system in a speech in New York recently he said: "In the conduct of our prisoners we have been playing; the fool's part FROM ENGLISH ARMY. ,-j,v. .i'i 5V - ; - . j .-- '::Y - ' - ': .- 1 1 .e.1 4, ? J i Here are Better Clothes Tlieiv n ro men wlio still claim that read v'-to wenr i-loili-iiil -is not "jrood cuoiioli." To these few, we say conl 'iilonily, here art? hdtcr elulhcs. As tailoring-skill itnl weaving of 1'alirie are known and judo-i'd today, Smart Clothes arc dose to perfection. Cundidly, we hclieve it itnpossililc to produce garments more superbly tailored of finer fabrics than Ihosc beariii"; :he Stein-Hloch label. That label in fact has come to be familiarly known as a broad ,'uarantftf of clothing satisfac tion. Here's another guarantee. You will find our label too in every Stcin-Iiloch we sell. Drop in this afternoon. Your eyes your fingers -the mirror will confirm oiirv broadest claims. Beautiful patterns in fabrics for Spring Two or three piece $15, $18, $20, OXH)KIS Fifty New Slyli- Sll.SO. Sl.oo, $.-.(in, $0.00, to 7.00. heretofore. We have flown in the face of every rule laid down by the ureal founder of our religion. We have punished in a spirit of revenue, lif have balanced sins by si.is. Wo want now to use plain common .sense in prison management, and that is Just the (iolden Rule." Warden Osborne pleaded for inde terminate sentence for everybody. Ho wanted the prisoners pain a tieceni. wane for their labor; he wanted prison farms Intseatls of 3-foot 4-inch cells, where the state breeds tuber culosis; he wanted decent cIothinK for his prisoners; wantetl niK'ht schools. Ho wanted the (iolden Kule applied in the treatment of prisoners, the same (iolden Itule that had changed "Canada Mlaclde" into a man of whom the warden could say: "He was my friend." Kansa-s City Star. thi: Rl'SMAX i.A(.r.(.i There N No "II." No ".I" antl No " ill the Alphabet. There is no "h" in the Russian al phabet. Therefore the Russians spell Hartlepool "Hartlepool," and call Field .Marshal llindenburr "Cinileii htifB." The Captain of a Russian steamer which in time of peace plies between here and lyndon K'eeted a friend of mine who had often sailed with him. "Ah, you are KoitiR for n pdlday yes'.' Where is your kus band '.'" The Russian alphahet also lacks our "j" antl our "vv." Jones has to be spelled "Dunnes." Williams becomes "Vllyams," and an American friend of mine named Whlffen is addressed as "Mr. Vtereti." Yet, in spite of these difficulties, the Russians unmade to cive a very fair, usually an exact, ver sion of KnKllsh proper and plat e names. 1 want to siiKKcst, both out of compliment to them and In the Inter est of accuracy, that we should try to turn Russian names into Knerlish more correctly than we do. The readinK of the war news would In addition he made easier to llritish eyes If the nanus of Russian places, in any case i ("tl-looktnp. could be pronounced al sicht instead of beinic puzzlt d ovi-r and civen up as a bnl Job. says the I'rtro prad correspondent of the New York Sun. If you were In partnership with Mr. Smith und persisted in ralliiiR him "Sndff." he liiiK.it Jiistifaltly be an noyed. If his house was called "Ketn liurst," and you always spoke of 11 ami spelled it as "Wernhurst." his opinion of your intellinence would not be hii;h. That is tlie way we trc.it Russian nanus, and if the Russians do not protest It is only because thtv nro a people of Infinite toleration. They do Hot, believe mo. think mote liichly of us or of our latiKiiaKo for our slipshod lack of tare in this dire' lion. There need be no difficulty about reprodiu iti(i closvlv tn Knu-lish the sound of any Russian name. Why. then, do we spell the town which used to be railed l.t inbertr I.wow? That sin.--tst s a pronunciation to rhyme with "now" nml "cow." The proper way to pronounce It Is I.v- ff. How "I. wow" hit came t" be printed 1 can not imauine. It Is spelled with two "vs." Hi fore n consonant Ihe Russian "V" Is hard, like ours. At the end o' n word it Is slliihtly foftenetl, and should be represented In Fnlish hv double "f." Whenever "w" Is used In spelling a Russian name It is wrnr.fr. for there is no "w" In Russian. We recoenlze this by spelling thr Polish township where there has heen much hard fighting lately I,o ic.. Hut here, thoueh we eet the "v" right, we pro wroiiR In the last two letter. The Russian pronunciation ts I.ovitch. What the Polish pronunciation Is I hall not venture to nav. No Pole will admit that any foreigner can fver hope to speak his tonnui. as it should be spoken. Hut. at all rvents. f this t can t.-ftify that th Tolea do not make th name of that place rhyme with "ticks." A nearly n. nuy be. they IrftVltch. too, and they say I.enchistn when they refer to the town which we spell Ix-nelca. Why. then, should rot we, and spell them o, too? west vmt.iNiA ;onf nnoKF. r.nrcrnop rnpalil. K1iool rioslne in the nmirtiiowcatth of Rlrh 'Hlls Frcm Hie hillB of Wwt Virgin. have co.'.ie n.ummoth fortunes. Her mine? make great railroads prosper. No one ar. iri.esfl the wealt i ntd ten behind the ircky elopes f Hi? I Icgbenles. Yet Wect Virginia, U $22, $25 T0 $35 m ami vrr.w sii.k Miners None Hotter .Made $1.00, 85.00. Sli..,0. 7..".() to $10.00 When Women Suffer No remedy gives preater relief than Anti-kainnia (A-K) Table's in all condi tions generally known an "Women's Aches and Jlls." One trial will satisfy any woman that she lias at last found tho remedy she baa so long been look ing for. Indigestion Dyspepsia i Are you distressed after ratine? Io you have nausea when riding in the cars or on the train or boat? Take A-K Tab lets and get instant relief. Cenuine A-K Tablet bear the M. ogram. At all Druggists. THE MATURES OF RHEUMATISM Ii.vdia I). Small "s Hoot ami llcrlial ( 'oiiipouiul in taldet form in a "Mossod relief " for all rheiimatit' siii'lVrers, This n'iii((ly, old as the liills of our native land, dis covered hy hydia K. Small lias ('oiiiit'red rlieiimatism for over vears. "UKIVKS 01T I'KIC ACID." Send for her free booklet on "Cause and Cure." cm m hi DEPT. (a I , v. - r Fnway Stallnn, Hontnti. Mm. Acid Stomachs Are Dangerous Coiniacj Sense A.lvice by a DiittingiiUlicd Bjieriafi st. " .-ni" Kt,iiiiio-li4 ari- limit;!. i un. I.i'.aiitt ll. ill II rilllliM Ull. lllfl.lll.lM III.' (f I c . ma- id Hi.- M.iiiiu.'li, Him liiinli riiut n' .l pn vfiiloiK tin- .r.i.. r lolcii tif thv -i..iii:i. I. nml li ioloiit in i . i . . I . I , v nme ii'iuh ,,f tin- r.o.ca .if Hiamrh tiiinlilf f i Hhiih ,....l. nifVr. Itrilii'.irv iii".Ii.'Mi,-h uml ini'ibi'iiuil tiitn,i.u ai',. ii.i'lvsii in mi. h nt.ii, (r iIihv I, :i, i in-miur.-i. nf llu. lruiil.1... tl,,. hi ol in ll,,. st,.,.n.. i. il.iiu-.roin it wit Thf n.iil im I.f iiimiI n.li i... nml ju f. ,t nun nni pri'vi n i tl. ,u.. thf lit-M lb in k t..r III. a ,.in.,- i a 1. fill nt I. mm alt. I ni.itii, n r, . 1 anln. :.l, takt ii in a llttlf rm nr nil, I tvali r i t r "5- tl'it'll If. I ml ii.'iittuU" i.l.l. hilt nl-n prririili Hi,. (. run iit.il inn uliu li a.l.litr i tit vt li.f,. iH, v. lin h t.rthtial i' fjo.M. tl.tri.. i,,m . r.,t,.u ,th iiiiiunii if thf mral i. ( I!,c'vi.il uh :it!f I'iMintii-iI niiiL'nt'.ia. whi.h rati hH ntvr.ii.l fr'.in anv ill nv ti, i, aiul tli.mttl uinutt h lo I't hali.lj -. A,lv. "broke" The xovt'inor Is vi s withou calary, the Hchool-i me oioMiii;, the national Kuard Iiuh berni iniistci ei toil. Noriually the trouble In the fail ure of the legislature to make nppii.. prlalintiK. It in hi.nl not to think that the real trouble is that West VirKinia'a owners are ipenillnu their time, tlnir money and their ability id sew hi t e. The population of this rich state I-. small; a veiy modem le riturn on the wealth that ubh.iitee owners have drawn from Went Virginia woiiltl mean a very full treasury. Rut "the s'ale and the people don't R-et a e.tiare di al. It wouldn't he hard to name a half vluicn fortunea made In West Virginia w hos.v makers l:vp been too busy spndinr the usufruct In New Yu k or Washington to give any time to the pe.ople, of the state. Here Is onc. of the problems of American economic life that is e..in.r to trouble us a (tood deal. What ts to be done for the people nf a rNite whose resources are In the hands of a few great Interests powerful enough to aay Just how much they shall rave from their hills and vallts and pleas ant fields? t'olorado la not the only example; Rhode Island is not th worst governed state In the country. The tragedies written In West Vir ginia hills must presently find an ac counting. Milwaukee Journal.