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THE TULSA DAIl.V WORLD,
! m Tulsa Daily World querent comment I hT HIM. OOMI i KM II "I ril K AUIH'I OK gun l. vnilts IN TIM. '.I i ihTT 'I'ViiKa I'uitofflr. I territory, and these must with bj state authorities, Ihim iukki il i d thai t In; u All i l lb I I ' tt'Oltl I' i. in iiii: W A 4 : I'm' T" 4 (0 Proi ld ii Wilson li said t" ! tu mil i bio tn a propoi 1 d piun in pu mulls mi fnrclgn Oompi llllnn .mil 61 I iTi ugl'. ill r be deal! HfiMin nun ,'. pnor of w 1 1 Ii 1 1I II tins forcing tho decree, This i llll tn people who an HI II- mlghl em in, i l II c 1 -1 HU) AvriHrf.' ... i i I. niily 1 .), i U h like the must I hi- wii.H, w hili- hi Ik 1,1 i ill. I II i him Well, anyhow, the story of Serbia's suffering in the twentieth century win be thrttllng reading for the youngsters Him alien school In Ih: twent) rim century, rhe nme might be ..in ol the sufferings of Qreal Hi Italn, i 'rti nee and nil ol in i of the 'I ii i n - steal Cotton Hood. wai'ii. Oct, "s. Driving automo bile up to the niiii'K of wagooa In the field, tnli ,.-s took 1,000 pounds of ed cotton fr two farina m 11 rtieael losi night, ii i.s reported thai similar The ufflcere are Investigating, i lit- toward Wa In l''g I tial til., I I all.-. I'd Citv News In Brief i fjhji Adv. NOTICI'. TO Till: PUBLIC i 348 (DAYS i. Unto sUpssd llTlM 'hi liny tlml Hid no,-, I Unit It I" bul wi w irted ba apeake Oil a Go yesteiMuy, i i he !hee llowed t i pi uperlor l i"ii npa ,'il I guurd, Serbians, i ohi ill in offering premiums fur II I rhino ,i ui bin hi. nglnnd'a Offl n il i 8 III, I t,i ,n I , , ,i By empire mai .t noise ami il with civil war, I I n H 1mm : lelvi t miulinh tr l Kev illwniinl hi. nr llial 1 , ,i , will - strain I of their rulers, oh well a 1 faot thai each one nr the quadruple i i and 1 UFSlNEl tins morning, tnlng ii.i tin i.i. PUBLIC Si 'iH" Lfl ..r the i Itj n hi take up ,n ;i o't lock beglnuln , nexl Mondu) morning, The time tin pupils inn' ' Inn,, morn time fur .Hlili lii s li. fi.r. kuiiik homo ire in Greek the kind will gel .I BITS BETWEEN BITES GEORGE T, HAWLEY of Sail tolte lty, Utah, h ha ii.nl b i n i letting ins parents and otht i rclatlvi s here for severul weeks, left last nlghl for Gal veston, Texas, from where he will gn in San Kranclsco, then to hie borne. B. K MORRIS yesterday was taken from Tulsa hospital to liis home In Francos, Okla., by Mr Morris, who came to get liim. Mr. ,li, iris h.nl been seriously ill I'm- some time, bul now is well on tho road in recovery. BY ijlfp THE 0 mm Ton thousand toilsmen stood attend With eager faces did tlmy stand Ami each in readiness to move In answer to the zealous call Thai gives advantage i their skill. Ten thousand toilsraen heard the call, Tho voire of opportunity, Bul only one ilil answer it And li" in turn did profit there. The rest tho' eager for the i;oll l)nl falter, and the moment passed. For every olio tO will tilt' goal Ten thousand fail to answer roll. AROUND! HE LOBBY I The following gUtatS were I' tered from various Oklahoma points .at Tulsa hotels yesterday: i Hotel Tuba, Mrs. w. B. 81 If, Mounds; t;. Crew, Guthrie, it. g, Bell, Oklahoma 'iiy; .) i'. Campion, Okmulgee; i. n. Grant, Drumrlght; J, v. Dorrells, Cushlng; it Rosenfeld, Okmulgee; ll. D. Matthews, Muskogee; w A, IWhaley, Oklahoma City; Charles H. Paddock, Oklahoma City; J, P, Dick llnson, Muskogee; L, il. Owen, Gush ing; H, w Wiley, Oklahoma t'itv; c, J, wykoff, Oklahoma 'iiy; E, H. Sagle, Okolhoma City; Fred 8. Liscum, Pawnee; H, C Miller, Oklahoma " i t ; YV. ( ', ii, aton, Boerrv. t the Oklahoma, it, B3. Randall, Oklahoma City; r E, Gobs, Enid; h. A, Mott, Enid; H. Plckrin, Oklahoma City; George i Vore, Muskogee; J, D. Carnall, Mc Alester; C, W. Arthur, Oklahoma City; J. li. Klein, Oklahoma City, ui the Brady, Pearl Bell. Oklahoma Vy: P. M. Fisher, Enid: E. A. Ulna-old. num. P. Head, Oklahoma Muskogee; G. M. y; V. I. iM'uin- homa City; li City; F. Porte i in ner. 1 i liilmm.'i i mond, Enid; J. w etta; P. E. Porter I Harris, Enid; M. .1. gee: .1. . Chllders. Wlnans, Muskogee. liintoii, Henry Enid; v. v. Mitchell, Muako Muskogee; J. E. spi III they w In re lespie, I. ones They Kliiil J.-ll- ir APTEB THREE WEEK hunting Iiik game, Prank Gil Oeorg-o I ia Is, Roy i letman a nd M'Blrney returned yesterday, roporl n b ssi ii i trip, bul wer i. a SUIT for divorce' filed perlor court yesterday by Mrat netto Tyeske she alleges her 1 bond Jeff, since the time or th marriage In Nowatu In 1008, had bcci addicted lo using do id Unit fin ally Im abandoned her in mil REV. JOHN G, HEIRING, of the Holy Family Catholic church, has re ceived the cordial thanks of the Ro tarj club of Tulsa for 1 1 i - courtesy In donating the use of the Catholic school prt neriy .it Fourth and Elgin for staging tho Rotarj club's Hum- I n n !T( IR AND M its. John Overton will nol leave for Manila, P. I . as sunn as expected, owing to their in ablllty to Bocure passage, it now Is probable they will nol leave for an other month Doctor Overton re cently received an appointment aa n government hospital surgeon, it WAS NOTICEABLE yesterdaj that many of the police force were wearing mo Chamber ol i ommerce membi rshlp tagv, At firsfl It was LIVE NEWS FROM ELSEWHERE IN OKLAHOMA ! general manager of the Mi.lhind Vol ley, passed through the city yester day mi his return to Muskogee after n inur of Inspection ovor the division, li, . Scoville, traveling freight Df the Kansas 'ity Bouthem Joplln, visited the city yes- a gem out of lerde i . It lt I l l . ll. 1. 1 : Congn Bsman .1. tines Davenport of Vlntta was here this week nnii political significance w;us attached to his visit, Jay Mul len, prominent Washington county Democrat, is said to be oul ; Davenport's "nanny" and tho gressman is making hay earlj In section to overc e t he itpected position from Mullen's faction, H, ! Humphries of Oklahoma t'iiy, district passenger agent of ths Rock Island railroad, was in the elly sterday. fter R, i. Humm, trainmaster of th tn,s Midland Valley at Muskogee, .-pent i P I few hours in Tulsa yesterday on hi n i urn tu m uskogee. OKIj.MK 'M I .i'C I 'nine la III il .1 "Jim Crow" law written Into the CITV Ex-Govt i iiur t nil certain thai the should tu' again tonsliutlon . i f ihla- homa, He Is loath to believe that the negro vote is essentially Republican and says Hint a literacy test would perhaps be the best substitute for the law thai the United States supreme court knocked out. He also Insists that there Is a "moral aspect" to the question tiuu must nol !" overlooked. MMi SPRINOS Charles Page is to enlarge the capacity of his famous home here. The new structure wiii be lux luii feet in dimensions and used exclusively hy Kil ls. Tho older fiii is will have separate rooms, each 7x14 feel In sise. An Ice plant and e Bteara healing system ale to he installed. j Frank J. Wleman "i Arkansas City isiteii the city yesterday in his of ficial capacity of claim clerk of the Midland Vail. v. C. P, Stiff, traveling freight agent ,f the L & M... with headquarters at iklahoma t'iiy, stopped over In ilty yesterday. the W, I' Hutchison, assistant super Intendent of Che Frisco at Bapulpa, was In Tulsa yesterday on an offi. ial isit. Homer Conlt y, agent of t he Frisco, i iklahoma City to treatment. local commercial left yesterday for undergo medical PRESBYTERIANS ARE CONSIDERING UNION PITTSBURGH, Oct. 28. The first step inward the union of the northern and southern jurisdictions of the Presbyterian church was taken today when a Joint session of the comity committees of the general assemblies "i both branches met here. No conclusion was reached, accord ing to a statement. Issued lotiii;lit, hut oubcommlttees were appointed to con Bider ami prepare opinions upon vari ous matters, 'specially thai nf comity Tins.- will be submlttod at another milling which win be held In Atlanta on December 16. HOUSTON & BRAZOS INTO RECEIVERSHIP i r fr Win M I ' i In though! the with the tag organisation I P. J LEONARD, a ops had beon pres. in, ,1 i. but later it developed lid their hard earned nine iih ntlfled With the Anot her example of t be Bllde up lit;.,;,! I post mistakes at ne- In flriiu trds of it's tin: h ike .lodge Gary's m nt that Carramta will a i'.iii In Mexico tndt 1 may not be aa black us tinted When It comes to It orph m adopted !' Mrs Bin par. I and her husba world - in a 1 1' g cla is, ,k the boy Hi len Could id Is In tho ,i Ine ore well authority to deal with armed parties the border, Hut the trouble Is these bandits have too manj sympathisers ami accomplices ining in American it men would mean whiskers, '" no trgument against the fact thai th Cineintuitl friends of gene Zimmermen won't emy the re telver appointed by a London court tor the luke of Manchestei Anything to git free advertising a Philadelphia mustctan says he's training a canary to sing the weddli h march at tho Wilson iJalt eii. Making Elihn Root a dot tor ol aiter all the years he's Ixr t n,i, ' cn them seems near-Joko of the tlnivcrslt- of the State of New " Teds right In Baying th- Slates has no real friend among the world's monarchs. Bvery ntanja. n ,.r them envies our commerce and wealth. ABE MARTIN. i.jjLw e; y Thl r lit -mt he sta ll it thing as th' element O' luck or how could some f. iks git byT Th' dealer never has your size In th' hlrt you pick out In u show witn!' W trial would Indicate thai f auestionahla , Is nol taken too serlousli Members of the bar association eyl dentlj me of the opinion that the courts should discard the runabout in r.i..r vi ii 10-horsepower rocei Although .lames Whiteomh Rllay started ns ., sign painter and became ' i""1 ye it probably would be Im possible to make a aiKn pointer out of a poetic youth, Now that practically every nation Of the World Is trying to borrow from the United stutes, it will he romenv bored when we nee, led money for our railroads wo couldn't get any. if Tulsa's building activity contin ues, and there's no nvanm to believe It won t. It'll only bo a short time before The GotOWaj of the West" wm resemble the dilapidated doer of dog kennel. examination low probably will he declared Insane ami oommlled to one of the state asylums fur treat ment, fvoonard la addicted to the use nf drugs and soon after his arrest imagined he was several different r GEORGE SLOAN was arrested last nigh) on :. charge of drunkenness, He was In a fighting mood and It was not without difficulty that three pa trolmen subdued liim and landed him in jail Bloan has been arrested many times on similar charges and It Is not Improbable he will be sentenced to a lull tetin li- Judge t'iark 111 poller MRS .1 C, PETERS, ninther of Theodore Peters, who Is attending-the Culver military academy, In h letter received from her son recently was notified of a fire nt the academy the night of (October ?l which entailed a loss of $35,000. The barns and ar tillerj stables, Including several valu able horses, were destroyed, There are m veral Tulsa young men attend ing the school, PRANK JOHNSON, colored. Is In the count) iall charged with stealing 8E buff cochin chickens from J. W". Burgess, 7 1 1 smith Galveston The police arrested Johnson and IsSer ln cated t n of tho fowls. Chicken stealing In Oklahoma Is punishable by a severe penalty and is clooood as a felony It is believed that tills tit n .liar cose against Johnson. This is not Johnson's first offense. H'.UiKSTKR Dr. G. T. Gray, physician, and Dr J. W. Price, Veteri narian, oiun negroes, navs neon ar- resteu nn a cnorge of mailing raise affidavits through Which sick and ac cident benefits were fraudulently ob tained. They were placed under bond Of IT.'." each pending their hearing on November -. A Texas Insurance company caused the arrests. I P, O. Shannon, i local Frisco offici i home on account claim agl nt in the is confined to his .f sickness, t I SI I IXC The Cushlng Choral so eletj has been organised, with Edwin Voile Mclntyre i Oklahoma 'ity as director and W, P, Payne business manager. CLARKMORK The 1815 session Of the Oklahoma Association of Sing ers and Musicians Will be held here Friday, November 5, to Sunday, No vember T, inclusive. Vice-President E, H, Vincent of Claremore is in I charge of arrangements, OLLrNSYTLLK - it is antlclpati d that there will be tin Irouhle In put ting across the J.jO.dOO in rood bonds to be voted on In Colllnsvllle town ship November 0, Sentiment in the city seems to he unanimously ill ta or of t he Issue, OOU.INSVTU.K H. B. Ell ng- WOOd, proprietor of the famous Blling- wood ranch near here, Is dangerously ill with heart trouble at h Dallas sanitarium. EX RENO About fle hundred delegates are here for the annual state Convention of the Antl Horse Thief association, All parts of Oklahoma are represented. Nl; KIRK I imei B. Stringer, aged ii:'. of this city, eame near being the victim of confidence men In Wichita, Kan., this week. Three men Were in the act of selling him the Masonic temple there when the police appeared on the scene and nabbed them. (.1 TH RIG A check for ISI7.25 has been received from the nt.ite hlgh- way commissioner aa Logan county's (first payment of auto tax under the i new state law. Joplin Man Had Cobwebs on the Brain and Came Here to Get Rid of 'Em in lUSTON i 'ct. 28 Upon applica tion filed in the United Btates district court the Houston A Bresoi Valley Railroad Co., .i line running a dis tance of 2:1 miles through Brnsi lis county, was placed In the hands of a receiver. George C. Morris of Free port was named as receiver by Judge Waller T. Bums, Sitting ill the Qal- veston division "f the federal court. The receivership followed the fil ing Of a general creditors bill by the firm of Andrews, Btreotman, Burns A Logue, in which the amount alleged in be duo Is $ 1 50,000. The petition alleges that the defendant has a filiat ing indebtedness of 8(00,000 and a bonded Indebtedness of 820,000. BELIEVE GIRL WAS KILLED BY TRAIN Harry P, Mi Masters of Joplin, Mo., but who had been In Tulsa for sev eral days, where ho eame following his iseape fi i a private sanitarium, oreati d considerable amusement at the PrlSCO depot last night while awaiting a train to take him back I home. McMasters WOO In charge of his brother, R. L McMasters, who has 1 been here several days looking for Ihim ami who found the unfortunate j man on one of the lower avenues. I .b Masters, who is only IIJ years old, imagines he's covered With COtb- Iwebs ami devotes practically every minute Of bis waking hours picking them carefully from his clothing. I winding them around his finger and tin king tin in away In his vest pockets, j In the depot last night, he would pick I these imaginary webs until he was 1 nearly exhausted. He took them from Oil pockets of his clothing, his hat, I handki r chief, sinu s and even turned ' the sleeve Of bis coat Inside out In ills quest for them, He wound until rivulets of presplration ran down Ills cheeks and his shirt was wet from his exertions. Although his brother frequently tried to quiet him, his efforts were only partially SU BSful, and until train time the winding proceeded. H. L McMasters explained thai a few years ago his brother was a healthy man weighing' probably 190 pounds. Now he weighs less than 100 and his dally exertions aro reducing hint to a living Skeleton, His father is said to be owner of considerable min ing property In the Webb City dis trict and is reputed to be wealthy Time when they conradred war hell down below the Mason tuul DtXOn line, but now that cotton la being i,,ld at the rale of 8 1 00 a bale- well, there s leans inclination to put u new estimate on It. Although th eightieth blrthdav of Andrew I'arnegle now Is rapidly OP oroai hlng. It Is altogether probable ns will have to live to be at leaet lOu If he realizes his ambition to die as poor as he was when he eturtej The Social agitator who hoClers about "the great American home go tug to the bow-wows everywhere' should eotne to Tulsa and see for himself Just how many fin homes are being- hnllt on practically every street uf the city. Help' Have a look at this, you SUffleoi A man In Kansas was sen toncod to pulverise rock In the town Jail yard for heating hl wife with .1 club, and the wifev good woman that SEVENTEEN PERSONS took the examinations yesterday for teachers' 01 rtlflcateo tn the office of County Superintendent H B Maxwell. Three of thi s.- were colored. The examina tions were for first, second and third grade certificate While this was the regular quarterly examination tho number of persons taking the tests was considered unusually large, as heretofore but few have made ap plication for licenses at this time of the year. MlifJ W II M A1NWA1RING. who whs sllglillv Injured during tho nei- form.in, o of the Humbug circus last! week, is practically recovered and it Is thought now that there will be no scar of her face as a result of being struck !th a basket which slipped out the hands of a clown In the cir cus Mrs Mainwairtng has addressed a letter to President W F. ttahl of the Rotary club, thanking him and the members for their floral remem- branooa, A NGRO NAMED William Jones wa arrested by Detectives Fatton and OvOrby on suspicion of belnr guilty of a statutory offense committed In Oklahoma City, Ie Is being held for an Oklahoma ilty officer who la x Pote! to arrive this morning. Cilef of Tollce Hams was notified by the Oklahoma City authorities to be on the lookout for a negro wanted there, and when Jonew stepped off a train at the F-Is"' depot he was arrested by the detective. SHAWN KE The Oklahoma State Association of Graduate Nurses Is holding Its seventh annual session here. The address of Welcome was re sponded to by Miss Myrtle Hatch of Tulsa. SHAWNEE Mrs. Hairy O'Connor, who was burned to death In the kitchen of her home at Tulsa this ifk. was reared tn this city and left here only two months ago to make her home In the east side oil city. PITTSBURGH, Oct, 28. The po lice, after complete Investigation, said tonight that Miss Sophia McCallin daughter of the late William C, Mc Callin, former mayor of Pittsburgh, whose decapitated body was found on the Pennsylvania railroad tracks here, was not a victim of thugs. Her jew elry, valued at 81,200, found: late to day near the place where the body was found, caused this theory to be abandoned, Morgue attaches said Miss McCallin apparently had been run down by a train While crossing the tracks. Want, to bormw money? World Want Ads will put you in touch with tho right parly K. I". THBd CAME A-CHRERIXG. Students Give Their Team n Noisy Scndoff, LAWRENCE, KAN'., Oot 28. Cheering Students escorted the I'nl Versity of Kansas football team tn tho station tonight and vociferously ex pressed their confidence that the team would achieve victory over Oklahoma at Norman. Okla., Saturday, coach oleoti made a few .shifts in liis lineup in practice today owing to the injury to Reeling's knee. Tho other members of the squad are In good condition. VILLISTAS MAT KILL AMERICANS .lack-on in Heel Young Toon, Special to 'Hi World, nitl'MKHlHT, Oct. 28. Nate Jackson, the clever Mttie Memphis bantamweight fighter, has been pro fit n d by Manager Tommy (loss to tight Voting Togo, the Japanese bun tain, here on November 6. Jaekson has accepted the terms Offered bin' by GoflO, and will arrive lure Satur day to start training for the bout. INCENDIARY FIRE DESTROYS PIER 14 Nt K5AI.KS. Ariz.. Oct. 28. Carlos Randall, Villa governor of Honors, protested today against the Hu aspor tation of Carrania troops through tho United states from Laredo, Texas, to Douglas, Ariz. He telegraphed his ob jections to the state department ut Washington. Governor Randall said he had tele graphed Secretary Lansing that if tho permit for the Carrnnza troops to cross the border was not revoked he feared he would be "unable to guar antee the safety of American lives and property in Soiiora." He said he doubted his ability to control the Villa soldiers and Yaqul Indians who were angered at tho news. A MW To iu CATHOLIC Frcotiil In ki Pan Has BCcn Obtained, CATHEDR I 158,000 Personal Mention Boys, we pay three cents per pound for clean cotton rags World office. BOM we pay three cent per pound for clean cotton rugs World office. George R. Ilecker of Oklahoma (Tty visited the local rsllroad offices yesterday In his official capacity of district passenger agent of the Mis souri, Kansas A Texas railroad. C. I, Holoway of Oklahoma fit v. district psssenirer ajrent of the New York Central lines, made the roun.l of the local railroad offices yesterday. Frank Iindiwler, assistant dtstrlot passenger agent of the Chesapeake & Ohio out of St. Joule, was In the city yesterduy. Henry S. Condon and Oeorse T Williamson of the Wright Clothing company have (one to Kansas City for a few days to study trade condi tions and get new Ideas. C. C. Clark, commercial agent of the Erie road, arrived In Tulsa yes terday from Oklahoma City. A. W. Left-bcr, vice-president and JhfnuMse and Chinese Merchandise Destroyed; Laos Probabl W ill Ranch Half Million SEATTLE, Wash.. Oct. ?S. Fire supposedly of Incendiary origin de stroyed tOttkght i'ier 14 at the foot of inroad street, occupied by Hod well A I'n , Ltd., agents for the Blue Funnel line of British steamers, with much valuable merchandise, entailing a loss that probatvy will exceed a half mil lion dollars: The Japanese and Chinese merchandise that arrived Saturday night on the steamer lxion, wa still In tho warehouse, but two million dollars worth of silk brought by the steamship had been sent east. The Blue Funnel steamers have been taking much barbed wire, ma chinery and implements of war for the Kiisslan army. The lxion Is booked to stop at Vladivostok with similar supplies for Kussla. Two deliberate attempts to destroy Her 14 by fire WOTS made early last Tuenday. Fire department officiant said they bo'leved both fires origin ated from a time fuse attached to a bomb. Want to borrow money? W'orla Want Ads will put you In touch with the right party. DENVER, Oct. It. A promissory note for JnK.OOO wail presented Bishop A. J. Schuler at a banipiet tonight following his consecration today us bishop of the Kl Paso diocese of the Roman t'athollc church. The money was collected by El Paso parishion ers and is part of a fund which will be used to erect a new cathedral In El P. Wolgost -!' wan ti Draw . FORT WAYNE, Ind.. Oct. 28. Ad Wolgnot, former lightweight cham pion, and Hal Stewart of Fort Wayne foupht ten rounds here tonight. A draw resulted, lu the opinion of news paper men. V-iikum-Huni- Draw, COLORADO BPRJNG8, Oct 2S. Stanley Yoakum of l'cnvcr and Frankle Burns of San Francisco, lightweights. fought fifteen fust rounds tonight to a draw a' Itnnmna. Both men were bleeding profusely at the windup. The fighters finished strong. New York Oil Man Die.-. NEW YORK, Oct. 2S. Chais Wallerhead, president of the Davis OH company, vice-president of th Underwood Typewriter company and widely known In Presbyterian circles, died suddenly here today. He was B years old.