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THE TI'I.SA DAILY WORLD.
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Okla publbhi r World PnMihliia
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if iliii publication Mild
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ly taken up weetern Idooa and sought
i.., tlii i' i . 1. i i ii. on In make
paui Hub- . it atable, and any upheaval of the
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bj ( x-Iju. i i nur I'lihii, tin in. in who htti
In the laat fi'w years tried to K'l on
all ildei of every public queitlon that
rami' up, and It now practically a man
without u party Wise nu n change
tiiiir mlnda, bul too manj end too fre
quent changes do nol enhni any
man's reputation fnf wisdom. Mr.
Fosa was turned down by heart
breaking majority. The state 1 1 public
an platform contains planki endorsing
neutrality, criticising the Mexican pol
I' v "1 eli- edmlnlatratlon. ami imnlh
biennial -1 ctlonsi shori ballot and
favoring a conatltutlonal convention,
and executive budget, The prospects
are k it In Massachusetts (or a prac
Ucallj complete return ol those who
''ft tin- fold in 1913, and there Li a.
great deal of enthusiasm for the n
pi cted Republican vh lorj in lilt,
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V Vlt I OH POLITI4 8.
The Tribune ha at oJI limes been
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tional administration honestly and
Itonorably defending American rights,
ii own i dltoi la columns are t be boi t
i roof of i he readiness li lias maul-
- . ii"' pp pared in
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handling of the German affair mid bo
deserved the censure and contempt of.
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Iii from 1 1 1 -White
House In the past two days in
sisting upon the gravtt) of the preson
.-latins of the German-Amr ilcan dif
feronce, Thej do not come from the
president directly, The Tribune knows
it believes u understands tin' purpose
when EJuropoan producers igaln bt , .
actlvit) tin' American producer win
in- thrown into coinpetltlot with fa -
torles paying the lowest scale of
wages, while American id 1 Hi pay tin I
hlghei i
etloq which the business nun of
(merles must met t, ami they are now I
givniK it most careful thought, ii Is I
u situation which will ooafronl not
merely large manufacturers of tho j
country, bul everj farmer, merchant,
mechanic, and laborer who depends
tni' n livelihood upon the general
prosperity of the nation,
City News In Brief
a MARRIAGE license wan issued
yesterday to Harry O. Patton and
Berlutha Z Mendelhall, both of Tulsa,
DBPUT SHERIFF Frank Wolfe
arrested William Mayflold of Owusso
yesterday, Mayfleld Is wanted on a
charge of ii i n Ihik u horse five years
ago lie is iii i lie county juii,
Tin: REV J W DARBY of the
Christian i lint' h has Ii It for Indiana
where ho will ion, imt the funeral
m i v n ' s of n :;iui' w nn weu
ntly,
BY . Sp-THE
mtust
THERE ARB
of the I . ". 1 1. p,
oily who have k
to attend Ihc
SEV i:i:.i. members
and Rebekahs of ibis
ne t" ' iklah .t City
nventlon which con-
i in ii t hero i i sterday.
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I, H, WENTZ arrived In Tulsa
, Kii i v t rom Ponca f! Ity i" apt nd
a few days on business rotative to Hn
Shrine's Ponca Citj pilgrimage
which Is to be made October 24 from
Tulsa.
Where is the lady of long ago
We used to know when wo were boys)
Where is the .smile bo kiml and sweel
She gave to us, that l'il us (jo
About our work with cheer and grace;
Where is the Bound of gentle voice
Ami touch ol band upon our cheek 1
Now can it be that it Ins passed
And with the progress of the world
New thoughts and ideas have conic
To quench the flame of cherished dreams.
And in the hurry of the times,
The gentle words and pli'iisam untiles
Are superseded by the reign
Of vague conventionalities?
Personal Mention
1
it. p Truscott nf Chanute, Kan.,
transportation Inspector of, the Banta
i'Y, was m t in- city yesterday looking
over the local system,
W, R. Nachtnan of Bt Louie, w ho
represents the Prlioo in this district us
Industrial agent of the fuel depart'
mi nt, stopped over in Tulsa yesterday,
Robert Punly moved yesterday
from bis former residence at 14031
South Ferryman to the oornor of
fifteenth street and Troost avenue.
W, B, Green, general superintendent
I of the Midland Valley at Muskogee,
passed through the olty yesterday.
; C, K. Crawley of the Gulf Pipe Line
left last niaht accompanied by his
i wife for New fork.
C, a. Tally, general freight agent ot
the Prlsco, with headquarters ;it Ok
lahoma City, stopped over in the city
yesterday,
ARRANGEMENTS for Ihe Shi Ini rs'
pilgrimage to Poncu 'iiy October -' I
are now about completed. Indications
are there will he more than originally
i xpected and there will bo many ladles
in tin. party,
. .
T'i. Y EATON BEATRD, the year
old son of it. H. Bealrd, died yester
day al the parents' residence,
North Olympio, Services will be con
ducted fi i the home at 2 o' lock
tbN afternoon after which Interment
will be made in Oaklawn,
was ii delegate to the International
Rotary convention at Frisco lust sum.
liner, who will tell about "my trip to
iiu golden west, Details ol tne com
ing visit of International President
Albert and the humbug circus will also
be discussed,
. )
A. H. BRt 'U N filed an a nded
petition lu superior court yesterday
against Peter Adamson and others
who formerly composed the Adam
son Coal At Mining Co., asking dam
ages to the extent of $5,876.10. Brown
charged thai In 1011 the management
of the company deolared a dividend
nf $1ii.0IU which whs In excess of the
capital stock and ceased business im
mediately afterward
JUDGE LINN WILL
HEAR VANCE CASE
Mrs, Vunce's Vllcgatlons to he in ii
hi Paw Where Court
Now Is 'onvencd.
W, ii. Hutchinson, assistant su
perlntendenl of the Frisco at Bapulpa,
made u short visit to Tulsa yesterday,
C. i. s in i t h of Oklahoma City, eoni
mercial agent of the U it. A M made
the round of the local offices jester
day. D. F. Gore, .".in: miss building, has
recent! j shipped his household goods
to Tulsa from Washington, D. C, and
has them in storage pending the com
pletion of his new home.
,i IHN UAMl IS. editor of the Fie
donln i Kan, Cltisen, was In Tulsa
yesterday for the first time ami spent
the day looking over the ctty, Mr,
Ramos was formerly editor of the
Rlllcleh (I'm. I News and was ,,nce a
oondldate for consress from Georgia.
F1TNERAI, SERVICES o
l".il' of S. I.. MeSSlck, win, died Hi S
o'clock yesterday morning at his
iinine, 1 330 South Rookford avenue.
are scheduled to be held at the Orcutt dl
Momoral church this afternoon at in
!::::iii o"clock, They will be in charge I,
Li f .1 i. ,.. a,., a i 1..,. ..... -in
, , M I lie I . ' '. "'. p i .til. mUHlL'H HOB
among the oldest and best-known
residents of this city. His wife and
I four children are anion:: the survivors. .
ls gaotblo
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Bomelhlng lnis called ii hall on
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I'.iil it t limits that It would li
Bhamufu thing for tins country to ho
Involved in a war to save the shit
tered prestige of the administration.
New Vork Tribune.
1 1; UK M i in v it
WHEN CONSTABLE W. S. Hooker
went I" the home of Jessie ( onley
. I veaterdnv to attach her household
s is uno loi-Keii ner uuan aim w- special 18.60 and sale on hats all
tempted I nceol some of the prop- tni- .ipk . , .muii.m Mllltnerv. Sec-
Attorneys for Mrs. Gladys Vance
filed a notice in the district court yes
terday st;itin that Judge Conn Linn
would hear a petition of their client
asking thai receiver be appointed to
take over the estate lift by her hus-
1 hand. Ben Vance.
the I William Vance was recently on-
pointed executor of the will and Mrs.
Vance instituted proceedings In the.
district court declaring that lu was
Insolvent and If the property was left
ids caro would he dissipated and
lost,
Judui' I. inn will hear the
V, H Bamett, who moved here
from Washington, D, '., Is living nt
tni South Frisco until such time an
his new residence Is finished,
M. C, Bally of Oklahoma City, com
merclal agent of the Texas Pacific,
was In Tulsa yesterday on interests of
t he road,
G, k. Tunstall visited the local
freight offices in his official capacity
of traveling freight agent of tho
Burlington mad at Kansas City,
WOMAN WINS $20 000
SUIT AGAINST FRISCO
One of tho Largest Judgments I VY
round -,iins Railroad Com
pany in state t lb- Paid.
amount
Wtlaon an n Moosers Th. called a halt, how-
to enJ
w hother the i tilted Stated can hope
to hold Its place as the leading CX
port nation of the World, i. a prOO
lem now receiving the attention of
the business men of Amerl a. it w:is
the European war thai gave the
United states Its present pro-eminence
What will happen when the
war shall close is the great question
which very proper!) causes anxiety
among nu n who are financially In
terested In the continuance of that
partially restored prosperity now pic
Men who are accustomed to dealing
do ii .t overlook the fact that In July
that the balance of tra te turned
n I
Will the balance of trade
war orders" that formed the baali
i a favorable trade balance, thai
the wai sjha'J remain a factor in in
ternl lonal commerce
crtv. An affidavit was sworn out ny
the constable charging her with re
sisting an officer, she was arrested.
ALEXANDER H, KERR and bis
family will arrive from California,
where they spent the summer, this
week The will make their home at
the Hotel Tulsa, Mr. Kerr is presi
dent of the Ken- ntass company and
the Alexander H. Kerr Gloss Manu
facturing company
WHETHER J ISEPH MILLER, n
negro, is a "Peeking Tom" is Ir
relevant, ii Is a certainty he was
caught peeking into the window of a
in. use at s i South Elgin avenue lest
Monday niuht. however, and taken t,
police headquarters by Motorcycle
Patrolman Brown. He is being held
pi ndina further Investigation.
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ATS O'CLOCK TONIGHT at the Y.
W C, A cafeteria members of the Y.
w. C, K. gymnasium class, recently
organised, will bold a meeting, I'.n
rollemi nta for the folk dandm; class
are still being receiv ed. There will be
a meeting of this i lass next Tuesday
nlghl at the oafetorla,
PROWLER8 have been bothering
He pic in the east end of the city for
the past couple of nights and small
sums of money were Stolen In some
!nstnnoel The police are anxious that
the be notified as quickly as possi
ble of such instances and the blood
hounds, recently bought, will bS sent
Immediately,
MERCHANTS HAVE been warned
to be on the lookout for United
States mom y orders numbered from
It.'.'iil to 0,400 which were stolen from
decided ! the postmaster at Centrahoma, kia..
recenuy. i ue rmsa neiau iei-
bants- association was notified by a
Kansas I'ilv postoffice inspector.
GROUND was broken yesterday
fer the Gatllas building, destined to
he on of the larirest and lust
1
ond ami Detroit, .d.
Kent your i ma The World Want
Ad way save timo and Worry.
.is tn be ten stories high and work
it Ii to proci ed rar i
atop tli.it the
sonic pi a Ity Itlff
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n w a
ue of a
free pr
Urn
nse to print
warship in
sti: claim to
A HE MARTIN.
M
g"!
!' rder cmi be blamed for
into the bandlt-kllllng bust-
i tin ii own book,
pain Isn't likely to rush Into the
Will la i. II ' lt..l MUMd one of Its
mi l ha.it ship1 with' gold aboard) sus
pci led of in inn for Germany,
fb n! , of politicians would whisper,
"Ji'ii'i. If Wilson asked theti ad
Vice about rsjqUOStS made of him to
(pass lu stats campaigns.
No use to have hard fn linns be
mw'i tlu world's commercial nations
(iii r,,.i love ui they're human, ami
tt'it aId biali.ess they've bud.
Thsr1 ham: t " tonic like competl
tl n f make u feller spruce up. "Tb'
lUvin' Venus" nt !'u turelard f night,
tliisle men flitt.
FLEETWOOD IENN1NG8 and
Dan J, Bovtsson are the real estate
I men who are handling the deal
wherein the school hoard ts purohas-
I
high school. In the papers yest. r.iay
it was announced thai Fleedwood v
DaVlSSOn were the real (stale men In
, the deal,
I N B van TUYL of Independence,
I Kan. Is verv anxious to locate a cer-
There are several fact which no! tain ,,r whose first name Is
not known, bul who Is supposed to
ha in T ii.i H a ha.l s ni ter named
First, the call of millions Of men In I (-ara (j filler who married man
mimed Burrows and after the death
of BurTOWS married a Mr. Calhoun.
The ster lived for a time In Bloom
Ington, til., and died In California.
one can dispute
Europe from Industrial activity to
military operations decreased produo
tivin on that continent.
Becond, the war not oniv decreasod
production abroad but destroyed
many products alrci.lv maaufactured
ami created new and enormous mar
kets. Third, the only large producing na
tion ready to supply the commodi
ties no st in demand by reason of the
Wat Was the United States, hence thl.i
country received greater part of tne
war orders.
Fourth, as soon as the armies of
Europe are disbanded, tho-o millions
of men will return to manufacturing
and other productive enterprise),
Fifth, European nations will be Im
poverished, and the United States, as
a res : It of Its lmajr favorable trade
balance, will be the only country In a
position to buy extensively,
Sixth, as a consequent of high
prices paid by- buyers of war equip
ment, wages In many American In
dustries have been Increased, and
THE AUTO TRUCK, recently or
dcr, d bv the count board of com
mlssioiie! s. has arrived and 'I be
given Its first workout today The
truck will be equipped for not only
cltlim- l ut for t.tepariiiif the roads
after the Mould lias been distributed.
But ttuee men will be employed to
opei ate the truck and It Is planned
to w.rk on the r.ads duritiK Ihe
winter.
$
D r E ISTERLY, Of the state free
employment bureau, Is exerting him
self to set In touch with laborers who
will scon be needed In the cotton
field The demand is creat nt this
time of the year and an effort Is beitic
made to have the men nady. The
new county bridge will also furnish
employment for a number of Tulsn
laborers
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HOMER J. CONLEt will be the
presiding off i. it at today's meeting
of the Tale Rotary club, and. sc. ord
Ing t i C" weeklv letter sent out to
the members bv another -'member."
the met ting will be a warm one. Con
lev will trv to tell some of the trem
bles of railroading learned through
bis connection as soliciting freight
agent with the Frisco. The principal
sreoker will be A. L. Farmer, who
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Special t.i Tia World,
OKLAHOMA t'lTV, Oct B. Under
the decision of the district court
here, Mrs. Rebecca Cole, widow of
a far r who was killed bv a HI
Louts - San Francisco freight car
In i!HL', will net lao.ooo for which
she was given s courl Judgment in
llin.l. ihe suit has been l nrotmli all
petition the courts, but by agreement of tb
it Paw Where be is now holdiUK- . plaint iff and Ihe ITnttari Blalaa BM.
court, on "ioner , us soon uiier oaiaellty & Casualty Co., the
the (vidcr.ee can be prepared by iwill now be nnM
counsel, phe suit was brought in Murray
1 In ai Intlng William Vance execu-1 county, where c,,ie was killed at
I'l''" "' estale, Judge Woodford the railroad atnelrvnt-ita nV,llo i ,i
P'5 !- ' ' f ing catir The Wo Sp'ealed'lo
,.. ... ,uv lno supreme court and the judgment
ban not yet furnished that amount. ,,r ., ..... , ,. " " ,,.J. ' . "
before i: was paid the bonding com
pany entered an objection to the pay
ment on the ground that the dis
trict court of Murray county had not
ordered the bond filed, it Was a
technicality and attorneys for Mrs.
i oie niea a i ipialnt with the in
surance commissioners asking the
surely company bo ousted from the
state.
Suit was also filed In the district
court hero against the surety com
pany for the amount of the Judg
ment and Interest. Judge Oldfleld
decided In favor of Mrs. Cole and as
the surety company has agreed to
(ibid,, by bis decision, one of the
largest Judgments ever obtained
against a railroad company In this
stuto will bo paid at once.
A met icon Beauty Marries Japanese
C h e m 1st; II a d N o R eg ret, She Says
WEST TULSA NOW
WANTS ANNEXATION
Petition Filed With City Commls
slon rs .May Remove the
Last Barrier.
The lonp drawn out controversy
as to whether or not West Tulsa
cared to have the I eehnica lit v sen-
aratlng it from the olty of Tulsa re
I moved is thought to be near an end.
I At a meeting of the olty commission
yesterday a petition containing v,
names asking that the town be m ole
permanently a part of tho olty was
presented.
This petition was circulated and
ratified by W. B. Rhode, appointed
to the work by the olty in an effort
to get a true expression of the ma
Jorlty of the voters and taxpayer)
Of West Tulsa. The number of names
appearing on the petition is con
sidered more than a majority. The
report was referred to the city ai
torney and If he finds in Its favor
the town will bo legally declared a
pari of Tulsa.
Clllxens Of West Tulsa have long
had the matter In mind and numer
ous mass meetings have been held in
an effort to decide just what the ma
jority wanted to do, but barriers
seemed always In the way.
it Is believed that tho town will
be declared legally annexed-goon.
G. 0. P. OF LOUISIANA
IS AGAINST NEGROES
NEW ORLEANS, Oct. IS. The Be
publloan party of Louisiana in con
vention here today virtually elim
inated the negro from Its ranks When
the delegates met In the convention
ball of u hotel Inaccessible to
negroes, organized a state central
committee and elected nil white com
mitteemen to servo terms of four
years each. The mimes of two
Widely known negro lawyers, both
formerly members of the central
committee, were placed in nomina
tion from two local districts but
were defeated overwhelmingly.
It was announced the party would
have no ticket In tho field when the
gi neral election Is held In April, but
that John M. 1'arker of New Orleans,
Progressive candidate for governor,
would be supported. Formal en
dorsement of Mr. Parker was with
held, the majority of the delegates.
It wan said, believing that such ac
tion coming from the Republican
part) would be Injurious to the candidate.
nK a MIS BBC.fi TAkASHI TAXAMtNC
NEW Yi'UK. Oct. 4.- Iflsg Ethel Johnson, the beautiful daughter of the
late ReV, lr. and Mrs. Willlnni Johnson, of this eliy hii,I Evanston, 111 , has
cast aside her American eitlxenshlp bv marrying Kben Ta kits hi Tukamlne, a
Wealthy young Japan,. e chemist, but idle has no regrets, she saya,
Tlie bridegroom is 26 years old. a graduate of Yule. '13, and connected
as a chemist and biologist with the Takamlne Labogtory. Inc.
After their wedding trip the couple will live lu New York.
swoixida suit Detained.
PARIS. Oct. 5. (6:80 p. ml
Raymond Bwoboda, who was arrested
last Match charged with setting fire
to the French Hike steamer Xjr. Totir
alns on a voyage from New York to
Havre and later aCOUSed of being a
Get mSJ) spy, will be sent to a con
centration camp. The charges against
Bwoboda were not proved.

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