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THE TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1915
Til It EE DR. FREDERICK W, HAWLEY RESIGNS AMERICAN WOMAN DROVE OCUATflD IC OLivH i un uunu 10 AMBULANCE FOR ALLIES Well Known Educator Quit Kendall for Park College EXCELLENT RECORD Local Institution Greatly Benefited In Pour Years- in of f Announcement is made of the eslgnatlon "f Dr, Frederick W. Haw ley as president of Kendn.il college. WhlU the matter had I n under consideration for several months no definite action was taken until within the laal ivw Mays. The resignation is i tn- hands of the board .11 iruaieea the college and will be acted upon rmally at the next nog. i tnv Uaurlv is to heeome oresl- dent of Park college .11 Parkvllle, Mo., the oldest and largeal Presbyterian college west of the Mississippi river, and th st widely known Presby terian college in the country, Park . ollege is unique In thai all of lis student earn ai or part f their way through the college and academic courses. The college owns more than ;i million dollars worth of property, has tuitity buildings and twelve hun dred acres of land Doctor Hawley will succeed former President Lowed MacAfee, who re signed from ib- head of the Institu tion two years ago. This is the ftrst time ia the history of the college that trustees and dloctora nave neen nimous in their selection of a ad for tlio institution. Members of board of trustees ana directors vo made two trips to Tulsa to In co Doctor Hawloy to allow the ard to consider his name. A few wr. ks ago Doctor Hawloy finally gave ins consent which resulted In the board giving him a unanimous call. Here Four Veal-. Doctor Hawley became president of Kendall college four years ago and Bince that time the college has made a steady and substantia growth. t Ix t'IKI ho th h , . . . - A TULSA VISITOR Stops Off on Flid Way Back to Nation's !ap- ' ital. JOKED ABOUT TEDDY And Predicted Re election of Presidenl Woodrow . Wilson. Senator (lore, who was III Tulsa yesterday visiting his brother, Dixie 'core, who recently located here m the practice of law, said there was no special significance attached tp his visit. The senator has JUSl fin- i .,.... .. Isnntv.twn weeks 1 Hainan ,iia lecture tour Of states and is making around his home stale inir to Washington. northwestern a short trip before return- i NEW YORK, Bept, IT. Many American women are serving as war nurses in th.- big conflict now raging in Europe, but Mrs. Bartlett Boder, a pretty 26-year old .New York woman, who has Just returned to this country for a short rest, ha:: been rendering more strenuous aid driving a motor ambulance at the front. in relating her experiences, Mis Hinder, who was In France when the war broke out and liter joined a British ambulance corps as driver, i says that I'jtiglnml Is not niKing iii- war seriously, especially me moor ing people are Inclined to take an Indifferent attitude toward it. Mrs. p.odcr is convinced that consorlptton wil he Inaugurated before Christmas. While driving the ambulance near the battle front, Mrs. Under wore the regulation khaki uniform, breeohes, coat and cap She wis often inls lakcn fur a man Only once did she. Indulge in the feminine privilege Of a good cry. That was when she lost .1 rear wheel off her truck near Ardols, She could not repair It herself ami sat down by the roadside and pried It out in true lady-like fashion. Hut i resently a man came by, who aided (jer to repair the wheel, and she was oon un her way. She Mid she was anxious to sec the 'ghts of New York, as London is a .lisinai ami dreary place now at night. Although the theaters arc nil open there is an undercurrent of fear and the street lights are mostly darkened. just want to touch the nome i ,i... ,.n.it, r to a Worm representative, "and Tulsa is one of the places in Oklahoma that I always . II W A to Visit." DlSCUSSlng the proposed special ses sion of the senate t piss on South American treaties, the senator said he had Observed the press stori," hul he was not advised just when the presi dent had decided to malic the call, If, in fact, lie decided io make II a' nil. During a social call at The World office the senator said he just dropped around to admit that he felt . onfldeM 1'rosidcnt Wilson w en'. I he re-elect, d without much opposition and that this would he cheering news to this newspaper, I i if course it would he hard for any I political discussion not to include two American characters, Theodore Roose velt Hini Willi. un Jennings Bryan, 'und when it was suggested thai It might he posstble for a ticket to he headed by both Bryan and Koosevclt, ithe senator remarked, merely us a pleasantry, that theywould likely per form like II pair Of "UHg steers lie used to work when a hoy. They were so opposed to , ach other t hat he had to tie their tails together to k ep them from turning in the yoke and one day when some of the neighbor hoys had been asslttng him they took off the yoke and forgot to untie the steers' tails. They Immediately started off In opposite directions and one of them got a little the start and pulled tlio other nearly over the wagon before one of the boys 1, -thought himself ot his pocket knife and cut their tails apart. DR, p. w. HAWUCY. Kemp lodge for girls and the gym nasium are the buildings that have i,,.en .-0111011 io the equipment, The colpts from students during tne past .!; Mars lie; Increased as follows: ,500; 1918, $in.oo; lJ8, ,000 . 1 ! 1 I, 120,000. i ra i new departments n organised and the entire the sc hool sVBtemised. Tile faculty is the tnrv of the coll.- r 1911. i i out yeni have work ores- strongest in the e and the present I- Ises to he the nroliment pron pi er vi ar of tin- college, The trustees Of Kendall have the matter well in hand and have been for some weeks on a quiet search for a successor to Doctor Hawley. The annual meeting of the hoard will occur on October " and It is expected a definite announcement will be made at Dial time. Doctor llawl-y however wil' he in Charge of affairs o: the College until a successor is se cured. Tic looinin-' 1 io, tor Hawley is in n mce at a meeting oi me tees, faculty and Student body of It, in- w here I he iictinue un- i nuncemeUl ( his selection is to oe made. EAST SIDE "IN THE AIR OVER LEAGUE" Sect inn Badlv Contemplated Cm provements. Need of 'SMILEY' BROWN AT S. S. Kay County Meeting One of Largesl Ever Meld There. nil. trui lark THE HOUSE KEEPER'S PROBLEM MATTER OF HEALTH The Delegation Will Male Strong Protest at To night's Meeting. THE FACTS OF THE CASE The tendency of tlio times la for young women to prefer work iu offlci or factory rather than doing housework. lei the work in the office ci factory la usually more nervc jrackiug because it is a constant rept tition of work at high speed a ten sion which racks brain and body ana from Which there is no relaxation. On. tie other hand the housekeeper, if sho . a mother of a large family, la weighted down with worries nml cures Iter housework is beyond her strength j perhaps, if she studies her vork puta her housework on a wan Beat i:isis nml manages well, she can easily tnke twenty minutes or half an boor in the middle of the day to oonv pietely relax When ;i girl becomes a woman, when r woman becomea a mother, when wo men paaa through the changes of mid- flll lite, nro the three periods of 1,1, when health and strength are most Deeded to withstand the pain nml die cress often caused by severe organw disturbances. ' At these critical times women are 1,,-t fortified by the use of Dr. Pierces I avoritc Prescription, an old remedy f proved worth that keeps the entire female system perfectly regulated und in excellent condition. Mothers, if row daufWers nro weak, lack ambition, arc troubled with b.-ad-ChSS, lassitude, and are pato und sickly lr. Flerce'l Favorite I resenp tiou is Just what they need to surely fcriiig the bloom of health to their cheeks and make them strong aud BMt want a specialist in women's diseases to diagnose your case, consult f)r Places by letter, correspondence . . -.,.1 , U.li.ntci UUP s.s L'i. L'krcel invalids' Hotel, Uuffalo, N. I. The action of the directors of the Taxpayers' league in deciding to con test the sewer and city ball bond is sues voted at a recent election has aroused a storm of protests from res idents Of the east side of the city. A meeting of the Bast Side Improve ment association ims been called for Thursday night when it is expected that some definite action towards counteracting the work of the Tax payers' league will be taken, The eastslders claim that the ac tion of the Taxpayers' league is an attempt i n the part of the people of ii... kill,, to on-vent the 0 It V Spending any money on improvements In the east pari or nnvn. iu vvruj this they point out that a majority Of the directors of the league are resi dents nml property owners on the suutli side. The oast side of the town, they say. will suffer greatly unless the ewers provided for h- the bonds arc constructed. People In that section will suffer in their health and the value of their property will be ma terially decreased. This section of town has been badly neglected by the city, they claim, and the sewers are an absolute necessity. plan Disapproved. Residents of the east side were ex- f reusing ill strong terms yi-steraa their disapproval of the Bpeetsl t.i Tim World, BLACKWEUL, OKLA., Sept. 25. "Stnlley" Brown, a worker in the In ternational Sunday Schol assoi latlon featured the Kay County Bunday School convention which w;is held in this city closing Thursday night. Brown, whose work takes nlm Into every state In the Union and every province of Canada once every three years, made addresses at every one ol the meetings Of I In nventlon. There were about 190 regular delegates rrom the different Bunda sol is ..l tne OOUnty present and as many more who came simply as visitors, The meetings were held In the Methodist ehur. h, The Kay County Bunday Bchool as sociation was organised shortly after the people who came Into this sec tion nt the onenlns of the strip could g. t settled. A church had been built in I Black well and there were already Ismail chruches in Klldare and Rock Falls, There was also a place near ,',.,.srf ,,-iu.r.' ineetiiurs li.-ul been held, These places were formed Into an as sociation although the association which Is now together was not formed until later. Th- Oklahoma State Bunday School association is ii years old and the Kay county organisation has been working In connection and under that since it was organized. The conventions arc held regularly In one of the principal towns of the county and this year it was Black well's turn, c. n. Nichols. Oklahoma State secretary, and his daughter as sisted m the Block well meealng, Mr. Nichols as a song leader and Miss I Nichols as a musician. Mrs. llattie Mush, one of the county officers, tind Incidentally county superintendent of schools, was ulso present and assist ed in the work. Heat is the soul of a house ! Quick -coming Winter is to be a dread or a delight depends upon whether you "put-it-off-again" or adopt ideal heating. Old-fashioned heating causes more worry and ar guing than any single factor of the home. Why therefore vex through another seven months of weak and wasteful old-time heating? Why be at the mercy of the weather, with shut-off rooms, drafty floors, frigid halls and bays? A house is changed into a home, a soul is put into the dwelling by the flood of mellow wrarmth guaranteed to you only by the use of -. . ' fvVU IBM American ii Radiators Ideal IBOILERS Don't again bring out the old heater and make the elements chortle! In the many thousands of instances in which IDEAL Boilers and AMERICAN Radiators have been installed in place of stoves, hot air fnrnflr.pis or other heatine devices, our outfits have invariably proved more economical than the heaters they replaced often reducing the fuel-bills one half, besides the far greater ease in operation, absence of repair bills, vastly greater household cleanliness and avoidance of fire risks. That is why IDEAL-AMERICAN outfits are an investment, not an expense. You must know tney Dimg iu 10 id 0 nujnei icium, ui property sells quicker at price to fully cover eost. It should be understood that the name IDEAL applies to a group of Boiler changed in form to suit exactly the perfect burning of different kinds and grades of hard and soft coal, (screenings, pea, buckwheat, etc.) coke, lignite, wood, oil, gas, etc. Hence it is not to our interest to urge the sale of an "all around" or "straddle" Boiler which may or may not do the work, but rather to assist the building owner to select the type nd size of IDEAL Boiler which will give him laajn J&gL; ''-LeaSSr eomolete satisfaction and be besl adapted to burnt luel most cheaply av.uiaMc in his locality. And m burn the least amount of it, and w th least care-taking! Don't this Fall set up ngain the old stovr, but put In an IDEAL- AMERICAN outfit and enjoy winters of solid heating comfort and rehal) ventilation, every room anil corner "warm BltOS it, ' without heater dirt or drudgery to ruin the OUsewife's disposition and the household lurnclmic,,. Call up your dealer and ask for estimate. Ask for hook (fuel : "Ideal Heating" full of big facts you ought to know. Does not obligate you in the least to buy. Put the soul of genial, vital-giving rudiutor warmth into your counUy or city cottage by looking us up today. rn"'.., A Nn. 2118 II1EAI. Boilfr nnct 270 sry It. of 38 in. AMERICAN Rtdiltort, coaling the owner $140, were UMd lo heot this cottage. At tin price the goods can be bought of any reputable, rompetent Fitter. Thii li.l not include rot of latKir, pipet. Valves, freight, etc., which are extra unci vary according to climatic and other conditions. Vm lAHUnuaS ll8!i!gli?ii OB IDEAL. Bolttn are ufcr aiid eoner to run ttinn ttovrs. Accept no substitute. Learn about this unfailinc:, statwna y Vacuum Cleaner, at $150 Our ARCO WAND Vacuum Cleaner has been in steady use for over three years, and no failures. It works through an iron suction pipe running to each floor of home or other building. Keeps all rooms thoroughly cleaned of dirt, dust, cobwebs, moths, insect eggs, which are drawn to sealed dust bucket in bnsrmcnt or suit-room. Lasts, without repaiis, as long us the building it cleuns. Sold In sizes at $150 up. Ask for new catalog (free). AMERICAN RADI ATO R POMPAN Y Write Department T-14 816-822S. Michigan Ave. Chicago Sold by all dealers. No exLlusive agents. Public Showroom, at Chicago. New York. Boston, Worcester, Providence. Philadelphia, WsaMflttatV BslttalOW, BuMO. '''FtP'lP'' Atlmt. Public bhWroom.lt(t JW. M.lwaukee. 1 X I M.w. hllSha. Minnc-pol.s St 1' ,ul. :.t . Ku.na-, City I enver beottle, Portland. Spokane, ban Francitco, Los Angeles, Toronto, Utanllotu, luni-j, conciuu, aiis, u.uajcia, c,,., . RESOLUTIONS FOR UNION SERVICES Ministi Art rial on i lliance Takes for Thanksgiv-ino- Day. upon as a union Thanksgiving serv ice Indeed. Respect fully submitted. PRANK GREER, El FGENE IA RT N'. and WILLIAM 8TRYKER, Committee. Attest: 0 '. TILBURNE, Secretary. nurlnif Ulnisti i Ii a meeting ot tiie Tulsa ii Allianc e yesterday, the fol- Ranker ni n Heavj Rail. PUERLO, CoL, Sept 25, W Blaushter, of Texas, president ot (Ins-, I Mercantile National bank, cc:,u nrrnated last nmlil on addltl charges growing out of the i: failure lant spring, wan released I on $40.0(io bond. This makes a r $90,000 bond furnished by sin t, r in ono federal and three cases. I!. the llci lonal ink's oday total IlKll-slate CLINTON FARMERS ARE RAISINNG STOCK S,ci to Tha World. CLINTON, UKI..V, Sept. IT. As a result of the campaign started here recently by the hunks ,,f the eltv tO persuade fanners to buy cuttle and finish them for market, hundreds of head of cattle are coming Into 1 Jua ter county nnd many of them will be ready for the I f market In a few weeks.. The bankers Of this city of fered to finance t .. a reasonable ex- ...mi 1 1 1. fsMfuurittnn f tiuvlnir .attb' yesn-iu.iy ,..v - Taxpayers' and feeilinit them until ready for ni.ir- leatua in this matter as they claim i me or two " that a Larger portion of the people first, and when It WM seen what th of Tulsa live in the eastern section possibilities are others became in'-r-pf the city than In any other, although 'ested. At present several bumlred do not represent its Kreat amount I cattle are beln, pasliii-d and Will of wealth as the south side. BOOB he ready for market. It js the The matter of removing the hlKh Intention to ship a lot Of them to Kail' Ckool site has also aroused strong tsas City and St. Lou lit. feeling;, and this coming on top of the I ....tw.ii r,r the Ttxnavers' eairue Is, .inn m-n- n "i - ,. ..! . Bcmo roi.l tcl. S,f 111 11 Tll Worl.l Hnssal strife in Tulsa. With the hlah ADA. Okla . Bept school built on the old ground pupils from the east side, which is a ma loritv of those attending high School, do not have to change ears aim otuy have ft one-block walk. But to re- mnvn It to the proposed site eltner 27. After the city commissioners dealt what was practically a death blow to the Jitney drivers here by requiring them to make a $1,000 bond in addition to paying 110 a year license, clttteni of the town are circulating petitions to means that pupils must change cars persuade the -onimissioners to with . . . ... .. . .. i, .... , . . i, , (, i- n 1 Mil lh-r In the hee rt of the -itv irul blocks Ottt of the way .ilk sev Behcnck, Manufacturer, Dies. BHELRT, N. C, Sept. 15. --Major II I Si henek. pioneer cotton manu fiw-tnrer. died here today. He was 79 years old. Irnur thn order fur a bond. I her' was no objection to the Jitneys ex cept from the eab drivers, there being it street cars here. The Jitneys were an accommodation to the people, but ain.n t he order for a bond was given I only one jitney driver has been able j to do so. lowing resolution relating to the pro posed Thanksgiving union services, to i,e held here Thanksgiving day, was adopted: Resolution. Whereas, in the providence of Almighty Qod, our nation, state and illy h.ivu been singularly blessed dur ing III- past year; and, whereas, prosperity and develop ment along all lines have been our fortunate portion; ami. Whereas, the Chamber of Com merce and federation of Allied In terests Of Tulsa is organised to ne velop the resources. Industries, and in oil arava to assist in the betterment of conditions of th- city "f Tulsa, and also to bring into ClOSST Harmony all the many elements that work to-1 gether for the good of Tulsa; and, ! Whereas, we recognize th- retls ; I Ions and moral element as the nr-.it-eat fa-tor for the greatest good In j our community; and. When as. WS are persuaded that ! wc. the Citlssns of Tulsa, have rea- : sons to be thankful for our many .blessings and privileges, I Therefore, be it res-lved that we I do recommend to the Ministerial ai- IllancS Of Tulsa that a union Thanks giving servl e be hold in the city of Tuisa. Oklahoma, on Ois morning of Thursday, November -'. al an hour I to he decided upon, the same to be held in Convention hall, where tlio ! facilities an- so excellent, and whic h Shall be engaged in by all citizens of I Tulsa, and In which all OhUrctrSS, ir- I respective of name or creed, shall participate, together with all frater nal, ClVlC or social societies and others as may be decided upon to give thanks upon this day for the bless ings and privileges with which we have been so specially favored; r.,.,i,... ..,i,rn v. . ,li, ri-i -oil, men (1 that this service shall be participated In bv all the choirs of all the churches and all the pastors of all the OhttrCMS and Offli ISIS ot city and rountv or state who may be selected as deemed wise in the judgment of the Ministerial Alliance to the one end that thii serwee may bo looked DEPEW-DRUMRIGHT ROAD IN 90 DAYS Frisco System Is Making Rapid t?rogre8g on Ni'w Road. Bpelal In Tlia World. DRUMBIOHT, Sept. IT. The msec railroad will be Operating u branch line between Dopew and Drum right within the next ninety days, according to. estimates made by rail road men Who have formed B con struction company for the purpose or building the road. Two men are al ready out buying rlght-ot-wy and a scheme to finance the construction ,nd pay for the options on proposed route, Is alreadv In good working order, DruoMtaht i now figuring on bung the terminus of two trancbss, owned by the foremost of southwest ern railroads. The FriSCO railroad, being In the bands of a receiver and not In a po sition to build more road, can not take charge' of the construction, but a ,- piny has been organized to build the mad. whic h will ke.-p closely al lied with the Kriseo, rc-eilng the tatter's support in pushing the new line through as rapidly as possible. Drumrlfhl was not taxed for the Frisco branch, as la the ease of the Santa Fe, which exacted a cash bonus from the town before consent ing to build the line BOW in op, ralon. The line was surveyed secretly last winter while the Santa Fe was being built. Frisco officials came to lruin 1 right a few months ago to announce I to the city and Its most Influential a. "vwfliyffw-f ocientincaiiy ouiu iuumig IS I The General says:- The Boss who comes down to Ins to-M top desk at 10 a.m. and leaves at 2 p.m.I may get away with it but I never could. It took years of investigation and labor to bring 'Certain-teed Roofing up to its present high quality standard." Certain-teed Certain-leed Roofing quality i . the refull of thouundi of experi ment! in our labora tories and on the roof -S world wide scarcli fortlie best raw inateriali a biiuly Roofing Ccrtainleed ordinary kind f the effect of the rain, mow, tun, wind, seat end cold on the material! iibi'd and COttl no more than the General Roofing Manufacturing Company N Ynrk CitT Chir.HO Pitlsbumh Detroit Kansas City Sratlle Atlanl PhiUdrlphia St. Louis Boston Cleveland San Francisco t'im innati Minneapolis llouton London HamhurK 3aney men that they were of the opinion that the road would pay and Wanted to build it and wanted Drumrlght's support ill so lining. Sine- that time a separate Company has been orgnll- lsed, consisting "f -i a Prates, gen eral superintendent of the Prlsco, with headquarters in Springfield, Mo., Frank iirown. C, P. Hopkins, superln tsndanl or Bapulpa, and '. A Moore, station agent at Tulsa. These men will lake care of the construction ol th- new line. .III!'. Latin- 16-Inch Pip Bpselal t" 'I'lii' World. I'K.M KTA, nkla., Sept. . 7, With its big natural gas station practically completed, two miles est from Pem- eta, the Wichita Natural QaS COlrf puny Is now laying a 111 inch pipe ihe. making connections with the line that runs from this field into Kansas. The company's station is one of the biggest in the entire field, and In aJ- dttlon a casing-head gasoline manu facturing plant WlllJM installed. Item Hrlng-i Ititc Fries-. 8pf. ial lo Th World. CORDB1X, iihla., Sept. 27. The big 'Jin-a-rc farm of Ir. J. Iv l'Mr ber near this eltv, was sold today to Herman Horn for t'i 1. 000, This is probubly the biggest price ever paid HEADACHES ThmiMimls of tin n und womeu nuffer Iron beadscbei erery day. ether tiem- - :- have Beadsches every wees or rery month, and still nthen have besdBCBM occasioaaUy. but not al regular Interval-. Tt besl Docloi la often uuablt to hii-i the cause many ol these headaches, und in must . ( tier i-an-s, knowing the cause, ha doei Qol know w hat will remove it, so as to giia S permanent i nn-. All he -an do ii to prescribe the Oku il pain relieTers, whn-h give ten-.purary relief, hut the beadacBc returns us usual, and treatmeotu again necessary. It youiuOerfrosi hi i Ischi a. no BSMef what their iiuuire. take Atiti-kaiiuiia Tablets, and the results will besatls-la-tory in the highest degree. Ton can obtain tin-ill at all drugg'ists in any iiuautlty. lis.1 worth, 'is; wurth ur more. Ask lor A-K Tablets. SICK-HEADACHES Mel headache, the most miserable o( all sick n SMS, linen its terrors when A Kt Tablets. ar taken. When you las an attack coiaiflS on, take two tablet-, and in iii.my the attsw-k will be wanted oil. During an attack take oue A K Tablet -very two hours. The rest and com fort wliieh toiktWi can be obtained in no other way. CiaeSII A K Tabtett bar thm m mono trram At utl JruggUt for B Washita county farm. The tract of land Is the finest in the famous W ashita river valley, and could In two ins pay for itself in the raising uf alfalfa ulotie.