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THJB TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, HIS
ANOTHER SUBWAY CAVES IN; 3 HURT On iure Killed w Weakened uree 1 1 1 i ten Support) NEW Yd uk, Bept 25. One death and the injury of three other persons resulted frMtn the chviiik In of tlio Street over the now subway In Broad way near Thirty-eighth street tonight. An unidentified womtn, who was raiiKht it: the Tallinn dchrls, died later In a hospital, The others in jured were men. The polios and fire irn n oontlnued their March for lev aral workmen reported missing, The police were confident that no car had ) 1 1 killed, but with fore men continued t search the debrla for several workman reported min ing. Tin accident occurred a few ii"cks from the heart of the theater district shortly before o'clook, when Broad way was crowded with people. Weak ening of the supports In the aubway is supposed to have caused the super mr icture to collapse, A hole was made about fifty feet Ionic, runntni! north from the west side of Broadway at Thirty-eighth atreel ami extending about half way across Broadway, The pit was about thirty feet deep. A crowded street ear was approach ing the spot Juat prior to the cnveln when the motorman saw the car tracks ahead aag an,! applied the brakes in time, to prevent the car from hcinir carried down. Passengers Hysterical, Mir,y of tlie passengers In the ear became hysterical as they saw the Street collapse before them and at least a score of persons carried down with the mass of twisted timbers, Police reserves and firemen were called out and nearly a dozen ambu lances were soon on the scene. Tin- majority of persons were palled OUl of the pit without difficulty. Travis II. Whitney, secretary of the public service commission, after a preliminary examination said the ac--! nt was caused by a eaveln of tin' Curth outside the work of construc tion. Secretary Whitney said that the timber construction was Inspected yesterday and announced to be In good condition. Tonight's accident occurred less than a mile from that of Wednesday whi n the superstructure of the new subway at Seventh avenue and Twenty-fifth street collapsed, causing seven deaths. I Cavely were living in Texarkana, ' Ark . when Cavely decided to I. B.VC horns and go to the nil fi id in search of work, lie never wrote t. his wife, or at any rate she neve) heard from i him until she decided to go out in I search for him herself .l ist after the boxing I" ut was over in the alr- I dome, a man who had knoen tin' family in Arkansas was coming out of the crowded door and saw Hie aad lltttla woman several feet awai He kne.v hnjs Cavely had gone to Tyler, Texas, Instead of to I trumrli lit. and there had COtten sick and dad, two weeks after his arrival In the excitement the Old friend shouted to his dead companion's widow, lellins her the whole ator in one breath, The shock was too much far her. and her falling body was caught In the arma of aom alert man behind tier, she waa taken to her room hi the Harper louse, where she had staved during her tine, days' stay in town. At fiist ii was feared thai she would "ot recover from the shi hut physicians pronounced lor much better Prldoy morning. UU1 City News In Brief iMv uj ii jmm-v a !'!J jjj EMSSM 1 For the Week of Genet's Fall Furniture Sale the city C, HOHB, Frisco at st yesterday. Induatrlal agent of l.ouis, was in the JOHN A STEELE, local oil pi ducer, has moved his household gooda to Kansas t'ity. a. D, HUTCHINSON, who la a newcomer In Tulsa, Is now residing at Mllti North Main street. DIVORCES WEKE perior coyrt yeaterday from her husband, D, Anna Vaughn from .1. PLOT IS DISCLOSED IN MEXICAN LETTER granted in su to I. yiia Koons F. Koons, and w. Vaughn, P, F. MICHAEL, who recently moved to this city from St l.ouis Mo , has taken up his resilience at ;il Xanthlus atreet, MARRIAQB LICENSES were is ued yesterday to John Brady and Mrs, Mary Brooks, both of Tulsa; WIN llam Hunan and Maud Cooper, both of Tulsa. R, j, ALLISON received word yes terday that his son Robert was seri ously ill with appendicitis at South Bend, Ind., and left for tint place last IliKht. C. B. QRUBB was arrested as a suspicious character yestefday, hav ing In his possession quite a lot of clothes which he was trying to sell on the street. ( i 11 WILSON, win, tias been prac ticing law In Tulsa for a number of wars, shipped his household effects to Vinita yeaterday when side in the future. .1. .1 McORAW, the vv hanker and oil man f rom I who has heen In Tulsa I days on business, left for yesterday afternoon. (Sv he will II known 'onca City, or several his home i"i MI 1 3 1 r'rs 1 a MANY EX I RA BARGAFNS IN HIGH CLASS FURNITURE HAVE BEEN ADDED should be the greatest week in our busi if the offering of high-class furnishings at low prices means anything. If you are contemplating the purchase of any article in furniture you will do yourself a great injustice not to investigate the offerings this sale affords. Compat e these prices and note the saving?. (JfThis week ness career- DINING 54-in Ii Ex. finish Worth $25.00. TABLES able, riHi golden $14.85 LIBRARY 28x48 ,t mi Quar erfti nve design me TABLES 1 ;il $12.75 ni;i' ROCKERS DRESSERS i iii rge leal her Lack . High Beat HICK and Oak $9.85 i ii c n Quarto led UreHser, 18x36 I'Ol On k $10.25 $52.50 ( 9x12 .... $25 x 12 Velvel .. iiiiiiiii RUGS. iitttn. $18.75 HEATERS ice Special Heaters. era sold today. mi liC'llnr lie rinesi as iu at RANGES I mi white i doors (in 1 ant eed lie eliailie Range, $15 KITCHEN CABINETS !M; XL Cabinel . $20.25 410-412 SOUTH MAIN GENET'S 410-412 SMITH MAIN )0 doy, Boyer and McQlnnla beal Rlraa to death with a neokyoke and olub when an altercation over payment tor wages arose, BAN ANTONIO, Ropt. 2,ri Acting ipen information t a plot contained in a letter written by a Mexican, the federal authorities have arrested Pletro Oarcias on a charge f Incit ing Insurrection against the law ami ir,ier nf ttie United states War rants have been Issued fur five more men and the department if Justice officials say the plot Involves a large number of other Mrxlenn.s. The let- j I ter written In this eitv and addressed i to a man in Hidalgo county waa I ALL UNION CARPENTERS and found on the addressee and through their families are asked to meet at him traced to the author. Among Carpenters hail Tuesday night tor a other things the communication con-1 social ami entertainment, An Inter- estim; program will be niven. K. v. WE8THAFER, Instructor in public speaking at the high school, has moved his residence here from Wabash, Ind., and will live at 310 South Elgin avenue. J ROBERT mai. nN'K. demurrage Inspector of the Missouri. Kansas A Texas railway, with headquarters at eni.son, made the rounds of the lo ll yards yesterday, tains the following: "We now have L'flfl rifles and 4,000 rounds "f ammunition." Continuing, the communication s iys In part: "He prepared for the days as the recruiting is progressing and they continue to come in We are assured of support. And say, get the dyna- mile, hut koep It secret and destroy WALTER FERGUSON, one of th this letter as soon as you have read best known newspaper nu n in th it l.et us not lose hope This land state and mentioned as a Kepulili THE FUNERAL of George Lee Sears, aged who died early yes- I, rday morning, was held at his home, south of the city, at 3:.10 yesterday afternoon, Sears was a teamster and unmarried. THE iiloti SCHOOL V. M. C. A. hoys entertained the hoys of the high School at the Y. M. C A. Friday I nit,'ht. Barrel boxing and vol,ey ball v i re the .sports Indulged in- hater speeches by the boys were made, fo ii wed by a course of dellolous re f 1 1 shmi nis. THE BOOT OF Thomas II. Ed ward w ho died at his home In Band Snrinsa Friday noon, was shinned i' i tola, Kan., yesterday for burial, Ed wards was employed as a fireman in the smelter at Sand Springs ami w is i member of the Woodmen of the World. He is survived by a wife and .2-year-old daughter, II. A, A 1 1 A MS and family, who have i n visiting at the residence of, Mrs M. I.. Will, tte, 718 South Main street, have left for Douglas, Okla homa, where Mr. Adams Is to take over the management of a iank. Ills son YeUlin Adams will BCCepI the; position of cashier in the same Institution. will soon he ours.' NEWS OF DEATH NEARLY KILLS as a tiepu DilCu n congress from the is here from his home r a few days, Fi ini tu Tin- World. OKI'MHIOHT, Sept. 2.r.. "Say, Mrs. Cavely, did yon know your hus band had heen dead for two months " was the abrupt announcement made to Mrs I.. .1. Cavely Thursday night in a crowd in front of the Alrdome the;, ter. Not having heard from her husband in about ten weeks, Mrs Cavely had started a search for him Which thus far had heen fruitless. The had news eame near causing Mrs Cavely'i death she fell haek uncon BClous and only after two hours of dtllgelfl work by two doctors was her Consciousness restored. Thi months ago Mr. and Mrs W. perlor candidate for Eighth district, in Cherokee fi II. LITTLE yesterday in su- couri instituted suit for di vorce troin ms vvue nunc, nu ai- leu'es abandonment. This charge was also Incorporated in a suit brought by i oe peLoo against her nusoana, u, ! k. DeLoa ! S. It. OFFUTT, 51, who died at his ' home, one and a half miles north of Tulsa, will lie hurled this afternoon al Oaklawn cemetery. The funeral Will he conducted at the home hy tho ' Reverend Kennedy. A widow, seven sons and eight daughters survive, li. BOYER and Hill MoGlnnls, charged with killing Paul Rims at Horseshoe Lake, will ho arralmied hefnra Justice Lee Daniel on Thurs- I CHIEF of POL1CB termlned to have tin nances observed. v violators were acres' I !iih Spea rs for specdll for turning his a utomo I W en blocks and C. '' Ini; a street car while Burns traffic iterday id and is de-ordl-t lire-fined. , Henry Meal iie around be- Plgg for pass it was receiv- passi ngers. Ing and discharging BERVIF8 will be conducted this afternoon al the Grace M. E. church by Rev, L, C, Murray, who will si on give up the work In order to become secretarv- of the relieions department of the V. M. '. A. musical program appearance of an of the employees i ' mpany. FUNERAL BE offutt, aged "2 his home Friday dueled at 3 o'elo. Here They Arc, ladies! The New Fall Lyons' "Extra" $2.50 and S3 Boots We want you to know and BEE the new line we have put in for tho woman who wants style and service without sacrificing price It is our good luck to secure one ot the BEST lilies of Ladies' J2.50 and J3 Shoes in America and you will delight in them when you see them Some Shoes require "coaxing" they need the help of a Rood salesman. Hut these new shoes will sell themselves and every nair seen on the streets will bring other eat;er purchasers to our store Button Hoots in patent and Hull leathers. Mack and colored tops, military c o n cave, Cuhan and Louis heels, plain and cap toes. Also hlack and white combinations. Iace Hoids In pat ent with hlack cloth or kid tops, colored cloth tops and black and white combinations. The very newest thing in shoe Htyles. A style for (.very woman for every occasion in all the (food leathers and at a price you'll he glad to pay! LYONS' SHOE STORE tXCLLSIVE SHOES AND HOSE 115 South Main St., Tulsa An addition to the will he the initial orchestra composed of the Tulsa Class RVICE8 for S. It. years, who died at night, will he oon k this afternoon at the home, otic mile north of the city, by Rev, C, E, Cannady, after which burial will he made in Oaklawn Mr. offutt was a farmer and is survived by two sons with whom he was Uv- ing. A MEETING WAS held at the M. C, A yesterday and plans laid for i the first older hoys conference to he held in Oklahoma City Thanksgiving I day. Superintendent E. S. Munroe of Oklahoma t'ity was named as chair I man ot the conference, W. II. Rich ardson as secretary. ('. V. Buchner and Superintendent B, B, Oberholtser are representatives from Tulsa. 3) f. o. HEHRAKD. after spending two weeks in Tulsa formulating the j religious census, returned to his home ! in Mason City, OWa, yesterday. Mr. Hebbard and his force of twenty help ers Completed a map showing the re ligious districts and the evil districts! of Tulsa. This, along with the cen sus was turned over to the pastors of the city, the result of which will be 1 published the first of this week. ?) FRANK COULON, a confirmed ! dope fiend, who escaped from the ' state hospital a few duys ago al Vinita, j 'ave himself up yesterdav and was taken hack to the institution. COU Ion s ease is pitiful. He Is a young j man, not over t0 years old, and has i made a hard fight to rid himself of ; the hahlt of taking drugs. He hroke j down completely In Sheriff Woolley's j office yesterday and la gged the of ficers to hurry and get him hack to the institution where he could not ihtain any "hop". 1 MONDAY WILL b moving day for! I the Mas, r.Ie orders of the city, at I which tiir.i the headquarters will he1 established in the new Glees building Ion Main street. The entire sec nd floor of tin building was hullt espe cially for the purpose and all the necessities of the lodges have heen provided. The gTeater part of next wl'l he spent In furnishing the ami the first meeting is Belled- for Thursday night when Hlue No. 71 will confer the entered titles degree. The Last Call-The End is Near HARLOW BROKERAGE BANKRUPT SALE Will soon he passed into the liistory mak'ni" price events ever held in Tulsa mid one not Courts at almost half whal most merchant! prices. pages have t Tulsa Men e duplicate! pay lor their goods andising With its passing Kes one of the irreatest low in years to come. This stock was bought from t lie II. S. 1 1 is being closed out at the same proportionate TOMORROW WILL BE EXTRA VALUE GIVING DAY IN EVERY DEPARTMENT THE STOCK MUST BE SOLD Pall Suits. $6.85 500 pairs Men Last Call Sale Shoe $1,98 Real value $8.50 and $4.00 pair, We have sold week and we banner sale Cull Bale 150 Ladies' intend to if all sales. Suits this last make this the In this Last $12.45, $16.45 $19.45 Vain es ami worth $18.00, $25.00 ami $35.00. half price on L'") tly out of style, Las1 (all Sale . values up to $2! Ladies' hilt 111 .00. l.(KM) yards I house dresses Cull Sale ... Real value I 'm 200 Children's sliffhtly soiled launelel tes in this itahl for Last 7k aid. in Suits this Las Ecru, Sal 1 1 value 50c "il)0 Men's fleece lined Shirt III lie tins Last tl value ."' Be 29c 29c 150 Men's Suits, in correct fall stv Last Call Sale Real value $lL',r) and new, snappy Suits $8.85 $15.00 100 Men's Fin. ket weaves, up to-now ; Call Sale . Real 500 jllst in t Real Qrade Wool shadow stripes, Serges, baa all new and in this Last $12.45 u.' $1K.()0 mid L').()0. yards Fancy Stripe received from N'cW Ids Last Call Sale . value $1.00 yard. and I' York ; aid Silk 59c $10 Pattern Hats on Sale Tomorrow $3.98 Western Union Telegraph MB. S. WERNER, (AUK II 120 HATS MADE FOR MED. $3.60 cash. OUB WIRE AT oi l: EXPENSE. VRLOW BROKERAGE BANKRUPT, TULSA OKLA. riiL' BARLOW BROKERAGE. SILK-LINED AND TRIM- I IS SELL IN ALL MILLINERY STORES FOR $10.00. BROADWAY HAT WORKS. The above telegram is self explanatory, we bought the entire lot of NEW FALL MODELS and each one is certainly a beautiful creation. They go on Sale for MONDAY ONLY-YOUR CHOICE - - - - -i3 HARLOW BROKERAGE BANKRUPT 203 SOUTH MAIN DISMISS CHARGES TO START A NEW CASE suit. ii. . I dl iiprr. Wanted lady cushIT and MCOtint ant. Bm Mr. Jameii, m.magpr lintel Tulsa. ! INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. II. On mo tion ,f United st Um bintrict Attorney Frank C, I nil ley thfl MMI f .Itieardo Bermuda of Colon, Pe.nn.mn, and John Burke of Indian i" lis, indicted lat 'June for alleged Conspiracy to de , fraud the United states rer dismissed In the federal COUrt here today. Dnlley 'announced the government had heen lassured the men will he dealt with hy the rourtft of I'.inaina. I'.trmudez and Ja'oh U Sala sold SttPPltSS to John llurke. manauer of Uh iiuinjnlssTj dertswrt ot n. ! I'anaina railroad. It wa Charged that Bermudes paid Burke al t twent) thousand dollars for the contracts to supply tin government with certain merchandise, Iturk. . whose home Is In Indian apolis, is said to have cashed drafts ret hred from Bermudas at local hanks. II I IMDKD BIG N TH tCT iklSjhoma Iron Works to Install Com plete Cms riant. c m. Prttebard of the Oklahoma Iron works, one of Tulsa's hirest In dustries. has Just returned from a . trip to Texas, where he landed the. contract for his firm tu huild a mod ern i;as plant in the city of Henrietta, Texas. The work will cost J3U.UU0. The Oklahoma Iron works is rapidly becoming one of the hiest firms i of its kind in the central west and hardly any construction work of any size In the entire southwest la let without this firm having a hid In fur Die Work. Cardln Baa Miracnloas Growth, Special t" l l' Wor.d Miami. Okla., Sept. Cord In la considered the miracle mining town of ottowa county and has experi enced a urowth seldom witnessed i veil In mining regions. Only a few weeks nuo where the present town stands was a shaft house; now there is a thliwiitf httlu town with au ., i 'mated population of from fie lutn dred to one thousand five hundrod. Thero are not sufficient accomoda tion fur the people already on the ; Ktoundtt and many families are liviuf in tents. Operators have been huild- i Iiik cheap houses and investors are i.oi slow to seo xne DIM projns in cheap rent DOUSCS, uul so it Is ex pected that there will ho Sufficing! houses to house the people heforc the cold weather sets in Ir. Larklns, osteopathic physician, third floor New Imnlel building Adv. Harm's orchestra every Sunday evening from to :3u In main cafe Hotel Tulsa; also coffee shop in grill i ; in. CafeUria pilcee.