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TESD A Y, S K PT V. Mlil',1? 1 . 1918 r J B B H MISS BRAYMER CHOSEN QUEEN OF THE DURBAR Sloll' I at the i lences ),142 Votes Casi for the Winner; Dorothy Madi son Second. BESS HUDSON GETS THE THIRD POSITION Intense Excitement Pre vailed at Close; Dance Closed Affair. mi in -i Ut. Florence Braymer Dorothy Madison . itor-i Hudson Blanche House . . . Ethelyn Carpenter Beta Brad) .9,18 ,7,r:it . :i . 3 4 r, .1,328 . 992 r of the Okla- Her Majesty, First of the apii 'lti ii queen ALL hall to the ruh homa Durbar, i )ueen Amo-1 la 1- Ko, House f Braymer! Following the must i ontest ever held in Tulsa, Miss Flor ence Braymer, said by many to be the prettiest girl In Oklahoma, was last night elected Shaxada of the Third Annual Oklahoma Durbar, which opens here on Monday. September 13. Hotel Tulsa Packed. The closing hours of the contest were marked by exciting scones in the lobby of Hotel Tulsa. Probably three thousand poisons gathered there, Half of them were women; The lobby and the mezzanine floor were packed. The standing of the contestants was announced every thirty minutes. Then' was no heavy Voting Until the last fifteen minutes, At I0:4f o'clock no contestant hud as many as 2,000 Votes, Two minutes before the close nt li o'clock friends of Miss Bray mer slipped S.OOO votes Into the lot bog, iiss Braymer ran second In 1912 Durbar contest. During the evening all of the i slants wore Introduced to the Each was wildly cheered. F teen minutes Just prior to tin of ihe voting all of them su on a large tnido. Thunderous Ipplnuso, When the result was announced the crowd cheered madly and men threw their hais Into the air. Dancing fol lowed until midnight. The official 1 miliar hand added isiderable life to ti cession by its artistic playing, under the leadership of Musician to Her Majesty. Arthur I). Young. The ontost committee, of which jew Terry is chairman, was warmly congratulated i the executive com unit tee of the Durbar for the splendid manner In which the contest was conducted. I roads, according to Mr. Avery, should all be graded and than covered with lop. Such treatment win keep the roads In shape until a macadam layer can be constructed, it. k. Hughes, county engineer, cao an interesting talk on the gem ral sun. hoot of n I roads He showed the absolute necessity or having good iron, is and the benefits to be derived I from the same. Simian Gave Advice. Bisson, former county commis of Creek counts, was present lunch, on .mil gave his egper- ln regard to tne reconstruct ami reballasted highways, it was mi 'contention that tfi only, commis sioners should ( that they sot a dollar's wort h oj h 1 roads for every ! dollar expended In that direct Ion, Eugene Norton of The World gave the publl Itj end of the good roads movement and signified the willing nes of the newspapers of the vicinity - to l 'Ve nil possible p.lhln I V to the af fair. He stated briefly Ms enthusiasm I in . ny proposition that would tend 'toward heiior roads for the people of Tulsa county. , Wii lam stryker of the Democrat closed the argument In favor of the expenditure of the count) and state funds f oi hotter roads. He stated that it was his heiief that the oesi possiDie roads were an absolute neeessity to nny community and it was his conten tion that they should ho well adver tised in papers. Those Present The following road enthusiasts nt- tended the luncheon yesterday, nr. C, B, Earnheart, county demonstra tion agent; A II. Bynum, Fry town ship; Joe Slsson, Mounds; J, L. Hedgecock, Dawson; s. A. Bnyder, Jenks; W M Banders, Bixby; D, M. Tiller, Howies; I'M Bolin, Bklatook; I'M Baker, Bixby; C. 8. Avery. C. I. Root, road superintendent; C. R. Pierce, road superintendent; Eugene Lorton, Lewis rime, county olerk; J. T. Lantrv, contractor; Ed 1 mi ton, county treasurer; L. M. Towner of the Towner Manufacturing com pany, L. E. Lltchford, road con tractor; li K. Hughes, county en gineer; E, B. Cllne, T. IV Hughes, John V Iward, William Stryker. Following the luncheon the com missioners and the road overseers gathered In the chambers of tho i county commissioners In the court house and there discussed in a more Inornate manner the proper method I of procedure in making hotter rouds. The meetings of this nature are in tended by the commissioners to be ii regular occurrence, as they Intend to keep In touch with the work and In that maiinor ascertain tho true status at any specified time. The meeting yesterday was a suc cess along all lines and is hut a forerunner of more and better ones to follow. Ncff at it il i hun h. I A 'Pi,,, i i , t,,. Pierce Oil company al Drumrlght, where he met an accidental death. Mr Flowers Is survived by his mother. Mrs. Delia Holllngsneadi who resides in Tulsa. '. B STALKER of Chli ago will move to Tulsa in the near future and Will transfer his business Interests to this city. . BBRT RICHARD8 was arrested yesterda) bj Denut) Jack Ml h r on a clung, of disposing of mortgaged property. 0, D, i'AKTU RtQHT, traveling auditor of the Katy, with headquar ters at Muskogee, made an official visit in the city yesterday, bal-the e con crowd. r fif- i close Od UP TWO-HORSE ENGINE GOES TO A FARMER ROAD BOOSTERS IN LOVE FEAST HERE Commissioners Were I lusts to the County Road Overseers. PLANS ARE DISCUSSED Everyone Strong For Con certed Action in Good Roads Matter. The county commissioners wore the hosts to the road overseers of the county and other prominent men ut a luncheon given at the Y. M. C. A. yesterday In the Interests of the (food roads movement. About 15 residents of the county and their Visiting friends enjoyed the excellent "cats' and the various toasts. The commissioners, tho county clerk and the county engineer met with the load overseers yesterday morning and ome Of the work was discussed pre viously to the adjournment for the lUMCheon. At the open meeting the proposition of spending J70.000.for new roads in the county within the next year was taken up and discussed in all its phases. In addition to the above amount $'10, 000 will also bo available for tho maintenance of the ounty and state roads when finished. if this amount. 116,000 is to he furn ished by the state and a like amount will he. used by the county officials for the support of the new roads. The state loads are being mapped out and by the end of the year It Is expected that Tulsa county will have the best system of roads In the state. Cllne Was Toastmastcr, At the luncheon yesterday. Lewis ('line, county clerk, acted as toast maater and chief comptroller of the ceremonies, In his speech he out lined the policy of the county officials .in their good roads movement, and gave the financial status of the town ships and the county as a whole. In regard to the building of the new io. ills. T. C. Hughes, the first speaker, (alk'il al bngth on the subject of macadamized roads. He proved from the government statistics and per sonal Observation that the macadam ized road I.? the cheapest in the long run. Taken for u term of ten years or more, the macadamized read both outlasts the rock road and costs much less for repairs. This proof carried much weight and conviction with It Hinl the hearers were much pleased with the splendid address. C. 8. Avery, chairman of the hoard of commissioners, Rave the best ad dress heard ut the meeting. He con tended that the first tnlng to do In making good roads was to fix the Well-known bad places and mud holes and then the road Itself would be easily taken care of. The county Sand Springs ( 'oncern Gives $65 Outfit as County Pair Prize. The Tulsa county farmer who shows the most diversified exhibit of farm products at the free Tulsa county fair, which opens here Mon day, September 13, will receive a 2 -horsepower engine, mountod on a portable truck and valued at $3".. This valuable prise was announced yesterday by Dr. C, B. Earnheart, county farm demonstrator. It is the gift of the Sand Springs Manufactur ing company and Is a "home prod uct." The officers of the concern are Qeorge h. Bwope, president, and Charles i Parker, manager. Doctor Earnheart is extremely gratified at the interest taken in the coming fair by not only the farmers of the county but the business men. The foregoing gift Is encouraging to I hose ill charge of the exposition. For "Little" Farmers. "We have decided to offer the en Fine to the farmer with tho most di versified exhibit at the fair," said i lector Earnheart, "because of all the things that needs to ho encouraged is diversified fanning. And again, the prize will likely be won by some farmer with a small tract of ground, who will be ill a position to better ap pro' late the gilt than someone else." Some ,,r the products that might be included In such an exhibit arc canned fruit, vegetables, pumpkins, gougds, honey, chickens, boos, corn, kaflrcorn, eggs, butter and other articles, too numerous to mention. Si . Miss fay CORK? of 7 1 0 West Eighth sire, t returned yesterday from Colorado springs, wher, she has been spending her vacation. I. on R, BTAN8BURY and family will return homo Monday from Cal ifornia, where they hi v i been spend ing their vacation. H. H AURANDT, ticket agent at the Midland Valley, left with his family yesterday for a tWO weeks' va cation 111 Wichita, Kan P, i. BHEEHAN, yardmaster at the Frisco, left yesterday fur Bureka Springs, Arkansas. Where he will spend his vacation. wanna MALVERN el al, filed suit In the district court yesterday t, recover $308.43 damages from the Texas Company. S LESTER CARDIFF of this city will leave tomorrow for Iowa where he will engage In the mercantile business with an uncle, C, E. MACON, assistant cashier of the Exchange National hank, left os- terday for a ten-days' visit with reia tiv , s at Fi irt -Scott Kan, PROK EN 6 Miss , L, HALE of the Exchange National bank left lasi night for Port land. Ore., San Francisco and other Western cities whore she will spend a throe-weeks' v a cat ion. THE DEFENDANT in the case of W, L Chllders vs. the Gillette Oil & Gas 'o., a. corporation, uied a motion to vacate judgment in the superior court yesterday. OEORGE HARPER, formerly of Ibis ellV noV of IlIlll.SllU I'ltV lo rived yesterday to spend Sunday With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T, llar I er. Su I, ELLIS HUNTER, an Indian, was arrested yesterday on a charge of forgery, Hunter Is wanted in Wago ner and the sheriff of Wagoner county will come for the prisoner .Monday. F, B, PIERSON, physical director of the y, M ( '. A., has recently moved his family and household goods from Moltne, III., to this city. They will live at 309 South Detroit . CHARLES M'KEEVER of Drum right has bought the itay Galbreath property, 1 4 o South Baltimore ave nue, with the intention of moving his family to Tulsa and making his future home in this city, "TIIK OTHER BIDE 01 me Ques tion" Is the subject of an addiess which will be delivered by I,. g, Uuu- oan tonight at s o'clock. Mr. Duncan will speak at the Intersection of Sec ond and Main streets. IIIIMnrffllll mi J4&& I 1 rrr ri Mill W f-l MJTH it1 Model H Adam Design This beautiful period design marks one of the most notable advances made in the art in recent years. Finished in oak or mahogany, exl ra heavy worm gear silenl winding motor, with outside stop, plays pive records at one winding. A New Department TI.c Bass Furniture & Carpet Co. Have just installed ;i complete line of the Premier Talking Machines. In selecting the Premier wc have goue into the matter of qual ity and price verj deeply. The Premier is superior in construction and sells for about one-half tho price of other makes. All "ld on our easy payment plan. 1 IT "V f V, 1 I A ! HI r- : f. F 1 ' INFORMATION was filed in the justice court of II. H. Schaeffer yes terday charging Mrs. Kale Temple man. living In West Tu'sa. Willi as sault and b.itti rv upon the person ut 1 Leono Sundy, a neighbor. TIIF A. K. DAWSON company filed suit yesterday containing a petition and mandamus against the Wells Fargo company to compel them to ship cases of Puritan to their con signees. MRS. KATE TEMPLEMAN filed a complaint in Justice Schaeffer's court yesterday, charging H, A. Hartnian and Leona Bundy Jointly with a breach of the peace and tho use of violent and abusive language. C. II. SWEET, cashier of the Central I National bank, left yesterday for Porl Huron. Mich., to join his wife, who is Visiting at the Summer home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. j. b, Crosble of this city. FUNERAL services for Glenn Flow ers, killed at Drumrlght last Tuesday, Will be conducted at the McHirnoy Undertaking -rooms this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial will take place In lakiawn cemetery. MS Model J Louis XVI Design. The mos1 modern ideas in talking machine con si rucl ion a re embodied in the Perfecl Premier. The mechanical parts arc as near perfecl ion as human skill an make them. Plays dl Disc Records, uses any needle. Repro duces all the music in all ie Records. Model B Oak or Mahogany f Model I Oak or Mahogany BT. " : : ' . . . r. ' i ci ir-'rt1 , r. i Home Furnishings Made Easy The selection and arrangement of furniture and draperies in the home provide a mosl excellent study. Our large stock of furniture, carpets aud draperies give a wide range in modern furniture to select from, and our easy payment plan makes home furnishing a pleasure. The Bass Furniture & Carpet Co. O D ! Model G Oak or Mahogany. SPLENDID NEW MINE pteUI t" The World. COMMERCE, Okla., Sept. 4. The initial shaft of tho richer Lead com pany on the White Bird lease, north of Miami is making a splendid .show ing of high-grade blende and had. Ore WSJ encountered at L'lia feet and four more shafts are being sunk rap idly and each shaft Is to be equipped with 8 separate mitt, fine for 'Em. "It's been a gloat voar for the pes- slmlsts." "In what Wy?" "We've had rain almost every other day." Detroit Free l'ross. Or. Ijirkins, osteopathic physician, ihlrd floor New Daniel building. Adv. City News In Brief J. H. CAMERON moved yesterday from 11 Norfolk street to Iiellvtevv. B, M. QESSEliL left yesterday on a business trip to New York city. J, A PLUM LEY. moved yesterday from Ifil'S South Klwood to 1320 South QulnCy street. OEOROE KI8KADDON left last night for a short business trip to St., 1 ."Ills. WALTON CLINTON, son of l.ce Clinton, Of this city, Is confined to hit I bed with bronchial pneumonia at ! their summer home in Manltou, Col. TJie young man Is seriously ill but it ii thought that he is in no immediate danger. MORE THAN $L'00 In cash prizes Will be offer, ,1 for exhibits at the I Wekivva fair, to be held at Sand Springs next Friday and Saturday. The Commercial club and the citizens of Sand Springs are bucking tho project A T. ALISON, cashier Of the Kx- change National hank, accompanied by his wife and baby daughter, left yesterday for Chicago and Detroit whore they will spend the next few ili.vs. Etl route they will stop at Paola, Kan., where they will visit at the home of .VJrs. Alison's mother. THREE MEMBERS of the TuUa police force yesterday left for a trip down the river in a motor bout. t'ntll they return. hOWOVer, If they do ; turn, their names will not be divulged, as such Journeys are uncertain at their best, ami particularly concerning the number Of fish brought home. THE ROCKWOOD Sprinkler com pany of St. Louis has recently in stalled one of their appUanoes in the warehouse of the Nicholas Transfer company, at a cost of $3,000. This new feature will lower the insurance rates for the transfer company from 1.!1 to 75 cents. JUSTICE SCHAEFFER has post poned the decision jn the case of State vs. Petroff until Tuesday. . jjj - C H. ROBERTA and family of Pawnee are moving to Tulsa and will take up their residence here. IIM PRESTON, a local oil man, has moved with his family to his for mer home at Westficld. N. Y. C. B, HOLMES, local commercial agent "f the Midland Valley, went to Muskogee yesterday on official bust nets. FUNERAL SERVICES of 'Men Flowers will be conducted at 3:30 o'clock today by lleverend Prank THE FIRST fall meeting of Fltt- hUgh Lee camp. United Spanish War veterans, and the Ida MeKinhy auxili ry Will be held at the courthouse to morrow night at S o'clock. Plans Pu ttie winter's activities will be per fected at this meeting, and it is urged that "'I members attend. POUR, ALARMS were received, by the fire department between 5 and 6 o'clock yesterday. Two trash piles, i ne at 50" North Denver and one at II North Phoenix, took fire, and one false alarm was turned In. Tho loiirth trip was made to extinguish a water tower ut -I" Kast P.lghth street. No damage resulted. JUSTK'H SC'll A KIT'KP issued a warrant for the arrest of Frank Ster ling yesterday on the marge of burg lary. The defendant is said to have burglarised Mill's grocery store on August 29, A warrant was also issued for Sterling, charging that he shot at Officers Delbeccaro and Harry Pre mef. "BUCK" GRANGER and Dewey Lewis are the two men who assaulted Patrolman Gray at Central park last Friday night, and both now aro In the city jail awaiting hearings on charges of assault The attack was made unexpectedly when Gray was admonishing the men against further misconduct in the park. T. A PHILLIPS ami erstw hlle wife, BSmma Gilbert, got into another fight last night. The woman slashed Phillips on tin' left .inn Willi a knife, severing an artery, from which at first It was feared he would bleed to death. At police headquarters, whore both wore taken on charges of dis turbing the poaoo, Phillips-was given surgical treatment, The woman was uninjured. Till: FUNERAL SERVICES of W. IV U'ooldrhlgc, who died Friday night 1 as a result of Injuries received In an automobile accident Tuesday, will be held at the undertaking parlors of btanley-McCune this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Reverend McConnell will do liver the funeral sermon and the Ma sons will have charge. Interment will take place at lakiawn cemetery, " WW TIIK PRELIMINARY hearing of Charles Smith and W. II. Moore, charged with holding up the Tulsa laundry some time ago, was conducted in the justice court of Lee Daniel yesterday. The court held that both men Should bo bound over to the su-. perior court on bonds of $1,000 apiece. They wer committed to the county Juil In default of bond. Til B OLD EXPRE88 office at the Frisco station will be converted into a baggage room In order to to k care of the increase In business. The par tition between the old express (piar ters and the baggage room will be torn out next week and other altera tions will bo made. A raised plat form will be Installed for the COH veniencc of the baggagemen. LOCAL FRISCO AGENT F. M. Moore stated in bis reports tor Aug ust that the freight receipts for the past month have exceeded those of August. 1H14, by several hundred dol lars. The local tleket sab s also have shown a gratifying Increase and busi ness seems to bo picking up In all de partmentS. This statement proves that Tulsa Is still the best town In tho state. is CLAUDE THERE?" asked a young feminine voice over the tele phone to the mother of a. voting man-about-town yesterday, "if he is. phase call him to the phone, as I've t"t something important to tell him." There was silence for a moment, then Ihe fond mother replied: "Ves, he's here. If you'll hold the phone until I finish washing his hands and face und dress him. I'm sure he will be only too glad to speak to you." TUDGK CONN I. inn yesterday scn tenced Charles Wilson, a ias w. w. Maxwell, to two yours In the state pond, ntlary ut McAloster. Wilson Is 7 CONTRACT PAINTING AND DECORATING For four years we have been in the game and like it. Not a time have we failed to take care of our customers wants in the line. Ye are better prepared now than any time before 'and nothing you may have will be too small or too lare to re ceive our prompt and care ful attention. We employ none other than the best UNION MECHANICS and guaran tee our work in all lines, (f Showing the Famous Bire Lino of Uangings and we have the mechanics to handle the goods. Oklahoma Paint & Wall Paper Co. PhOM 1838 i he Conservative House 419 S. Main alleged to huvo forged tin; endorse ment of .. L. Lowery to a 178 check. When arraigned on the charge he pleaded guilt and asked Ihe leniency of the court. Because of tins fact and the additional fact that ho Is promi nent In various circles In tho city, ho received tho light sentence of two years. ' THi: CASE Of the Stat,- vs. Corey Stubblcfleld yesterday In the Justice court of Imv Daniel was eettled by the defendant In the action and dis missed. Btubblefletd was charged with forging a chock, but paid the amount of. the forgery and was re leased from custody. II.- WSJ again arrested and placed In the county jull yesterday on a charge of obtaining a Ignature under false pretenses. 0. K. Neertnan of the Black Printing company was the SOmplalnlSg witness in the lust case. SH-H-H-ll! PHectlvc Pete Joyce Is u daddy. Yes, sir. sure as you live, ho received word from Pittsburgh. Pa., where Mrs. Joyce la visiting, yester day that u son had boon added to tho family, and yesterday you couldn't touch Pete with a twenty-foot polo. 1 Detective Joyce is among the most popular men of the TulBg police de-i partment, .with, some notable cap tures of famous crooks to his credit. Ili.u-eeur tlt-.t'u .... ri-iunn fop l,.t!i.V- Ing that Pete, Jr., will he a detective. SEVEN COUPLES received mar riage licenses ut the county cou it house yesterday, us follows: Armour it. Newell, i. and Iron' Cooloy. 18. both of L'ollinevllle; Lave Thompson. 22, and Idella Hall, it, both of Tulsa; I Gearland L Kennon, a, ami Alios , llolman. Hi, both "f Sand Springs; LCtaudS Kennon, Z, und Viola Nuell, is, both of Band springs, luy Henry. Ill, und Lena Garner. .11, both of ; Broken Arrow. Joe Church. and l.eora Wooten, IS. both of Jenks, and William T Wood, li, und i: -i A Wilkin, 21. both of ciilton. . JUDGE i. inn OP Tin: diet riot court yesterday took up the motion of tho uttorne for Mrs. It. T. Laiuel DRUG H BIT AND ALCOHOLISM persuatattr and petaleati cured in 10 le la dsya, Nu lurk. Intra ,r pud'b-d eetts. Th- uiesi tiuninni treatment In th world. AduiinUlered only at the HILL SANITARIUM. Ardui'Tti. Oklahoma. for tho allowance of attorneys' fees In her suit against H. T. Daniel. The court held on the motion that he had no Jurisdiction to proceed and that ' ho attorneys' fees would have to bo procured in a Separate suit. Judge Linn Stated from the bench that the action of the plaintiff ami defendant i In dismissing the suit without paying I tho attorneys' tees subjected them I to censure and severe criticism while I he personall) felt that the attorney! : should he compensated, he had no l jurisdiction to compel the defendant ! 10 pay in that ease. Attorney RogOfl Stated that he expected to resume th i matter immediately.