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THE TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER B, 1 9 1 B
t ii n B I Rosebuds From Summer Suggestions T?x2 For Baby's Mother 'AIR VMHAKKADOIW KOLICITINIj I I SDN I nit M AD M l DLLKUK m i whim. i'i mum i on i n 1 1 1! i w i (in 1 1 i n T i Tulita, I K i:t.. young ladles a re guests iii the Hotel liolley, Tins uald statement in Itsell would nol be re markable as ihis popular hostelry en tertalni peroni Including lad lea, from iili parta of the world, Bui theie particular ladles are members of n unique organisation which la known to Tulsa newspapers as the Tulsa "Rose buds." six iii Party. There are six of these ladloa and they iffi TuIsq June - In charge of a ohaperon with the definite Intention of conducting n campaign for Tulan in general and Kendall college In par ticular, This Institution is tho largest of lis class hi the southwest and Is under the patronage of the Preabyter Ian board, u Is a co-ed ucatlonal in stltutlon which bits many original ideas concerning practical elements of mi educntlon, not the least of which is one that win doubtless be of sub sequent vulue to all producers of oil. Tins feature which it is proposed to add to iii,' curriculum, is a completely equipped geological department with special reference to tho formations in whic h crude petroleum is found. The ladles enjoyed it triumphal tour ami upon arrival at Chautauqua tiny rented a cottage, which they christ ened "Tulsa Villa." Thoy divided sur rounding territory Into districts in which the holies In pairs were to soli cit aid tor the library of the college, in pursuance of this program, nearly all towns in the northern nil fields have been visited and Bradford was icached hist evening by Miss Pauline Laymon and Miss Norine Dye. Remain a Week. The ladles will call upon persons Interested In tin general welfare of educational Institutions and will ex plain what this fast growing college lias accomplished In Iho eight years of Its existence and what it desires to do in the future for the three hundred students now enrolled! Including the "Uusebmls." The ladies e xpect to re main In the citv for the remalndor of thi week, Toe Tulsa World carries a tWO-COl- Seasonable Advice on the Health of Children in Hut Weather No one requires as much food in summer as m winter, Do nol over feed children during the hoi weather, Servo only the lighter and more easily digested foods, and make sure the bow 1 Is keep noi malty ni tlve. Most o the trouble to which chil dren seem partlcularl) susceptible in summer have their origin In a con stipated condition, The fust care of the mother should bo in see that the Children are regular. At the first sign of a disposition to neglect this Important function a mild laxative should he administered promptly, Cathartics and purgatives should never ic given to children us thej are harsh ami violent in their action and tend to upsel the entire system. The combination Of simple laxative herbs with pepsin, sold In drug stores under the name of Dr. Culdwell'a Syrup Pepsin, Is now very generally used to correct stomach and bowel trouble ami is especially adapted for children, being pleasant to the taste, mild and gentle in action ami free from opiate r narcotic drugs of any description A dose at bedtime brings relief next morning in an easy, natural manner, without griping or other discomfort. Dr, Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is sold In drug stores for flffj cent a bottle. II has been on the market for a quar ter of a century ami is today the standard household rented) in count less homes throughout the country. A free trial bottle inn be obtained by writing to in-. v. B, Caldwell, 453 Washington St., kfontlncello, ill. umn story of their weekly achieve- I m nts in each Sunday issue and con tributors are properly credited there in, Energy and enthusiasm are among the dominating characteristics of the fair ambassadors. Bradford Pa', I Morning Era. Dutch New Guinea at Last Explored (Continued from page two i feasting and dancing, th is pi, reed wit h a finely i horn ami the aperture enlarged in tlve operatl requisite bIss has in en t he Ini i rtlon of i he cane u anis la never removed. if some tril had slight I'lihr AMI V JsSQk W$wm Pv JJ smmy "The Telephone irectory vjoes to press Wednesday, Sept. 8 If you haven't ordered that Tele phone, there Is no time to lose. Make It convenient for your friends and business associates to reach you by having your name listed In the new directory. Pioneer Telephone & Telegraph Company UNION PAINLESS DENTISTS Open Saturday Night Until 8:30 Our c llttutd IStlSII l due to our many triibfi.il patients. It w do your dental work yos will allow uh to do work for slher menders of t'io family, Best Materials. Expert Work at Prlco as Low as While Crowai H.oo QoM Crowai, 22k $4.00 (told llri.leework $ t 00 Cold Killings 1100 'IV. th (leaned $1.01) w bits Killing , . .11.00 Silver nUlafS 1-0J Testa Extracted 60o All work Kiiarant ,'d examination free. UNION PAINLESS DENTISTS Telephone 173. South sinin si. 1 cross street from Kress Btore. You Take No Chances OCR ICE IS MADE FROM PURE DISTILLED WATER Tulsa Ice Co. Phone 12 first hole pointed sago is gradually ns until the reached (or w hlch after The women lonalatlng or ii short skirt of woven lea es. Vttaok do i iplorcrs, Some of the tribes were actively hostile head-hunters and attacked I the explorers with hows and arrows and short hardwood spears whose i points were sometimes formed of hone. Others of the natlvos were I peacefully Inclined and willing in re- I turn for b few trinkets lo permit the explorers to make all the necessary ! observations without Interference. The natives appear to ding mostly to the banks of the many rivers, where they live in carefully con-; structed habitations built in the trees or on piles twenty to thirty feet high, I in the far Ulterior, however, many settlements were found composed of substantial buildings supported by thick tree trunks and covered with roofs of the large dried leaves of tropical plants, in fact, several of the dwellings were divided Into var ious apartments it large one in the center tor the men and boys and m p irate ones for each woman. in the coastal lands the natives construct their huts, or rather har bors, in ;i long line like ;t street, each habitation supported by the next one. Many of th ast people hail previously become acquainted with men who ha i come to hunt birds of paradise, and they also knew that ; money was valuable. Have Their n Gods, The knowledge of metn s among the natives is very limited and their .culling tools are stone axes anil flint 'chisels. With these some of the tribesmen managed to carve orna ments on their pirogues or canoes, their oars, anil little figures for I adornment of their habitations, Some kind of superstitious belief Is prevalent In the interior, for each habitation In the settlement has Its I own god, usually in tho shape of a huge turtle shell on Which is stuck it fish head, Hunting anil fishing are the main I occupations of the natives, but in the Interior many of the, habitants are surrounded by patches tor the cu tl vatlon of root crops and sugar cane, which with fish and sago form Iho main food of the people, who arc very fond of lobsters and mussels, which i are pii ntlful, Snakes and alligators. I Everywhere the country is infested with snakes and the rivers swarm I ith alligators, but animals are not i numerous and comprise chiefly dogs, tame and wild hogs ami kangaroos, and other marsupials as "ell as many ' rats. The conformation of the country varies from low-lying marshlands pregnant with fiver, to high healthy ! plateaus and mountains such .'is the Wllhelmina Peak, which was climbed by two Dutch officers ami found to measure about fifteen thousand, two ' hundred and seventy five feet nearly : as high ;is Mount Itlanc. Several of the rivers flow swiftly ' alii! ale full of rapids and falls, so that tin members of the detachments, into which the exploring force was di vided, had often to drag or carry their motor boat and native pirogues over land for long distances. The collection made by the explor ers aii very valuable in connection with th" ethnography, soology ami geology "f the island colony. and I il is generally expected that tho ex ploitation of the natural resources of tho island wil: speedily follow the re I perl of the military pioneers nf -i x-i I i - gallon, who have now ended their I work. In Turkey You Do as the Turks Decree (Continued from page two.) MEN WANTED ! TO ENGAGE IN BUSINESS AT KUSA, OKLA. KUSA NEEDS: A Bakery, Hotel and Boarding House, Drug Store, Good Bank, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Laundry and EVERY LINE of BUSINESS to he found in a MODERN LIVE BUSINESS TOWN. Kusa is a month old. Over 250 men employed on construction of big zinc works. This factory will soon give permanent employment to hundreds of men at good wages. KUSA IS BACKED BY BIG PAYROLLS Special fnducements Arc Offered Busings Men In The Next Ten Days Kusa is being built upon a substantial business basis. Come at once for choice location, special terms and prices. Address all letters and telegrams to branch office, Hotel Georgian, Henryetta, Okla., or call at our Main Office, Kusa. KusaTownsitc & Improvement Co. "i innik. r.o six months imprisonment, and iVeslme, daughter of Mehmed .Mi. to three months Imprisonment for hav ing outraged public morals. Pines vers also Imposed, .M, J, I 1. I II L I 1 I I I I'I IOIMO, I '.-., ' t I I I K IIVU , ,:t snild, to eight months and twenty I fifty pounds Turkish days imprisonment for having placed While some of the ii letter Into a package for delivery ; unduly severe, Turk by mail service despite the Inhibition, suffer alike. Insulted Polk. a tlremun al Kadlkeuy, to two years Imprisonment; t'unayot, 'ihoemaker, to forty-five days Imprls. for having, while drunk, m Hie poli IlllUelll sillied i mnik was lim d besides." sentences seem and lion Turk Handsome4 Example of Civic Beauty Is Pretty Tulsa Park of "Frisco' 1'KOH Mil V OLDEST BE M TV SPOT IN CITV WoV IH It I 1 I . CONTRAST BETWEEN SOOT i THE TRAINS M FRESHNESS OF THE FLOWERS. Ohumruck, to one month Imprison ment; Teroflk, employ,, of the lildis hospital, to two month Imprison ment; and Kangrtll Kashld of Ka dlkeuy, to thirty lushes for having molested women on a put, lie thor oughfare, i 'luisio, boatman at Prlnkipo and Panayl, son of Chrlsto of Marmaris, to eight months and twenty days Im prisonment for having thrown anchor in a proscribed zone without a special permit. Hassan, son of llaiinein. employe of u factory at Abatl, to three years Imprisonment; Bava, a merchant f leather at I ikdjiler-It.iehl. to two Talova, hairdresser at Prlnkipo, to six months Imprisonment ai i fifty pounds fine for having alarmed puh llfl opinion with unfounded 'news'. "Ohansjg, merchant tailor at Oued ik Pacha, to three years imprison ment and fifty pounds fine for having In his possession shoddy ami making use, thereof. limn in ills Bread. "Van Aspani. hakcr at Kapall FornOUD, to nix months imprisonment for haying mixed loan into his bread, "KapiODl and HariagO of tho vil lage of Tehanto in Blltvrl, to six months imprisonment for having made difficulties for the police.' For the same reuson were condemned to three months Imprisonment AndOO Utd his wife Zafratche and one Arite. "Hassan, son of Akif of Token Uelkeuy, to six months Imprison ment for havlnir accosted ladles. "Aris, son of Kanibut, a restaurant .'eeer at Cussaree, to eight months HQjd twenty days Imprisonment for laving entered upon a proscribed tone. "linsrev of Bechltache, a painter, Among Tulsa's many beautiful parks, the oldest is in all probability the FrlSCO park. This attractive plot of ground la situated south of tho Frisco tracks and between Main street and Boston avenue At present it is the smallest of the parks in the city, hut it also has the reputation of be ing one of the neatest and beat kept, For years the Frisco railroad haj owned this plot of ground ami kepi it enclosed and well sodded. The origi nal park also contained the site of the preaent Wella-Fargo Express officea and in the center of this plot of ground waa the word "Tulsa", fash ioned out of cement and placed so that passing travelers might read the message from the if windows. This was in the days of Ion ago, when Tulsa had some need of telling those who had occasion to use the railroads the lame of the straggling western town which was to ' be the future metropolis of the siate. The name in th,' park has lost Its usefulness, hut not its beauty. The Wells-Fargo oompany has taken some of the original park space on the south sldo. and tile word "Tulsa" is now close to tin' wail of its building, Prettier Tlian Ever. Since the building of the offlci I on the old park site the Frisco beauty-spot haa been enhanced by the addition of numerous dainty and costly plants, which are now bloom ing in profusion. All who pass this way must now perforce tarry a mo ment and naze upon this park which seems so out of place' amonK the train smoke ami noise of steam ing engines. The pr. sent FMaco park Is a block in length alld is nlnet) feet deep The whole park has a good Stand of IScr muda glass and the feature that Nrat catches the eye of the observer is the tiuli pennlsetum grass along the side of the Wells-Fargo bui'.dlng, This u u species of giant mass and is a sec ond cousin the the famous pampas grass of south America, The local variety has this feature In its favor, it is extremely good to look upon in contrast to the South American va riety, which has only the magnificence of its size to cause comment. "Tulsa" in I 'lowers. Behind this tall, cay grass With the long, silky "feelers" one may see a row of ordinary yellow cann.iB. The colors of the two plants seem to blend together and form a fitting background for the main theme of the picture, which In the raised word "Tulsa" and the Frisco emblem Im mediately beneath, Tho latter ob ject Is constructed of plants which are Known to the florists as the "iilter nantheras". To the layman and the otherwise uninitiated they are desig nated as simply flowers, which grow where they are placed, and which trimmed bjf the fond care of the gar dener do not e ,si gat oiit of their "trimmed" aspect Small circular beds of the. same plant are scattered about the park, one at the east end and one at the West end, and a lat;;e one In the center Behind the "Tulsa" emblem is a largo cement urn. in Which is contained a large number of ge raniums in bloom and a good va riety of vines The whole thing aela off the rest of the park io good ad vantagi ami gives a charming center piece lo the ground, Smaller cement beda contain different varieties of the alternantheraa plants, which have a number of different shades of color. Red ami grcon seems to predominate, with here ami there a splotch of pink Striking Contrast. To the right and left of i he center and parallel with the tracks may be seen long beda of flowers which iirinv profusely and to good advantage, At I he west end of the park is the Wells Fargo emblem formed from the red alternantheraa, This spot especially hows the cue ,,f the gardener, and is in keeping with the general air of refined and modest beauty which seems io permeate the air of coal smoke, soot and screaming brakes. A ureal many people of a critical nature might take it upon themselves to censure the Frisco for holding so much valuable property in the heart of the city for park purposes. In fact, estimating the property to be worth 1200 a front foot on both Main and Boston avenue, the present park alone Is worth nearly :Mu,tMMl. To those people, however, who are not so wbolh taken up with their ruth less charge after the elusive dollar that they can stop a while and lake nature into their confidence. Hie real worth of a park such as the present Frisco beauty spot is readily seen, it gives an encouraging aspect to the weary traveler ami is instrumental In brightening the path of all who chance to see It during the course of i day. Cities are coming io realise Hie true Worth of the small parks in the heart of the metropolis and the city of the future will be the one with many small anil Well-kept parks, with numerous places wbete Hi,' weary ones may rest ami the dis couraged find solace in then com munion with nature, HERE PERMANENTLY There are thirty-two reasons for giving care to Hie teeth, and you carry them In your head. 11 1 teeth means good health, poor teeth causes indigestion and stomach trouble, We give you a bonded guarantee with all work. Three graduate Dentists, who have s I the teat, are employed lu re Money-saving prlcea for 30 days: Teeth. Without plates $.-.00 Ludwlg Double Suction Plata $-.00 i Crowns, extra heavy $4.00 Bridge Work, per tooth SX5U ami up White Crowna 94,00 Painless Extraction r,oo Wo Arc sleep apor SpoolaUstg, EX MI VTION FREE, la er cut discount to all union men and families. Cut this out ami bring this to the office. It s worth jl.00 on J1U.00 wort h of ib ntal work. II I , f " ' A : New York Painless Dentists INK iiVF.lt Itl'.XIlKKOS. 110 SOUTH MAIN WATCH FOR THE WHITE WAG!i,lS PEOPLES ICE CO. Phi Many Notables Die for Country's Sake (Continued from page two.) John French, is succeeded by a half brother. Another half-brot her was killed in action on the same day as the peer. Brotbers All Herring;, Major ('lenient Freeman-Mil ford, oldest son unit heir of Lord 'Redes dal of his four brothers, two aro serving in tho army and two In tho navy.. Captain ColWjm I'lhillips. eldest snn and heir of l-.rd Ht. H.ivlds. His brother, Itoland, a cavalry lieuten ant. Is now sole heir. When the Karl of Kmc died a few months ago it was supposed that his son and heir, Major Viscount Crlch ton, was a prisoner of war In Oer many. Later Information showed I hat ho died about the same time as his father The viscount left a son, born In 1107, who is now the Karl of Krne. Captain Lord Uucrusey la suc ceeded by Ins little "on Michael, born in I IMS, w ho now becomes sole licit 10 bis grandfather, the Earl ot Aylea ford, The Karl of Plymouth haa given two sons to the army. The younger, A Windsor - I 'live, has be, n killed Tin epier Viscount Windsor, la serv ing with the Feomany, In the evenl of his death the heir would be th present peer's um le, QeorgS Wind sor, who la 10 years old Captain Charles Uonck lefl a 9- year-o!d son, who la now heir to his grandfather. Viscount Monck, Captain DoUglaa Kinn.iird was the blest son of Lord Klnnalrd. His brother is In the army. Robert Bruce, eldest son of Lord Balfour of Burleigh, is succeeded as heir by his brother, also in the army. Lieutenant Lord Congleton is suc ceeded by his brother, John l'ariiell, a lieutenant In the army. Thi h i presumptive is his brother, William, 1 1 years old. Lieutenant Colonel (. H. Morris left a baby son. who is heir to Lord Klllanin of (Jalway Lieutenant Lord Spencer COinpton, only brother and heir to the Mar quis of Northhampton, is succeeded as heir by l ord DoUglaa Cecil, the Marquis uncle. Flight Lieutenant l ord Annesley is succeeded by his cousin, Walter An-nesluy. EIViRTV HOUSES Phone 118 Nichols Transfer & Storage Co. We have the uufgtost Moving aiis in tiie city and can store goods cheaper because we pay 0 tent. n "Defense" for Fnnston, ImrinK tho occupation of Vera CrUS by American troops the chief f staff prepared elaborate plans for the defense of the city In case of all attack by Mexicans, relates Charles r Scott, Qeneral Funston, to whom the I us prints were submitted and it. fully explained, remarked that the plan was wonderful. splendid. "But," he added, "there won't be any defense of Vera Cruz. I the afesj , ! - i in anjthuiL," we re -odiis- alter thenu"