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J II E T VLB A I) A I L Y won 1. 1), Tulsa Dail7 World Pnblithtd b ; CUKKENi' COMMENT ii..-, however) there la something to f lndcp" uniforms in the Olvll war, i it .11 the end of those day-ami-a-'' ned " '- together every jlal, ,,, ,.s ovpr (1st. ,.,, II. 1 1 II llllili'l' tin- HUI On.. V' r Tart Mm Ona Month Uomtitit FirHn ,,! 14 00 .is a protest ' armies probably looked similar h I I City News In Brief 14,323 T"tl I' f' THE PVNBRAL ..f Marion Bart ii elr m ho died here last s iturd ly, wis conducted yesterday morning 1 1 "in i in' 1 luly Family chur Ii Hurlnl waa in the Holy ramiiy Tin: BODY 1 lira. Man ha Btuti s bury, who died in a locai boapllal carl) Sunday morning, I. as been aent Mill mi Infant daughli r, Tin: pi i ' i ; a i j of B. li But k, t in Liu .I ' w in- un Mill ii in a torpedo exploel in eri the I 'n the Cushlng oil f, Id laal Saturday, was conducted yesti rdaj from the 1 i nt caterday. notici: io t in: i'"1" ,r nrongl.t to tin IDAY3 lai..r.t th- .! snch lity, 'I'h. re is an utter a king would yield to v v. i re it nut fur the I - ntn. i. s to M a l: l;l i I !: LICENSES v.. re issued sii rdaj ti. tin. following: David W. i leavor to Rounds of Oollinaville; John C. Shaw, Ifllled the I Markham to Ian belle M McClaln of ' I Markhnm; Walker M. Hargrave, "' 1 ltn r Tulsa, and Anna (iray of Tuba. W 'I'll was RBCWIV ISD hi rc yes terday that id.' flndti g nt' the c unty court two years ago in the cane of Robert .1. Allison mi u charge "f hav ing gambling apparatus in which ho waa found guilty ami fined $-'iu had Im.ii ii a eraed by the auproino court, TOMORROW AFTERNOON at the i, nidi nco of -Mis. W. a. Nickel, 1 120 South Boulder avenue, tin Young Women's Missionary society nf th? Boulder avenue Methodist church will meet, The hostesses will be .Mrs. v.. k 1 ami Mis. W. F. Nlcholl. Till-: FUNERAL "if Henry Baber, win. died at his home in Capital Hill addition Sunday midnight, la sched uled tn in- held from the realdence i Ms mi rnlng at 1 0 o'i lock. Members .it ihe !. A. K. will ha i chargi . Burial will take place in Oaklawn cemetery. PROBABLY TWENTY colored teachers from tin' achoola of Tulsa nullity will attend tin. Northeastern Oklahoma Colored Educational asso ciation meeting to be hekt In Musko gee Friday ami Saturday. Thursday I., mil; a hull. lav tile teachers who at- lend the meetings Friday will lie al lowed full pay. FRED D, NORTHUP filed suit fur divorce in the superior court yester day in will' ii he alleges his wife, Cordelia Northup, deserted him leas than a month after their marriage, Thi couple were married .Inly 28, 1914, an l his wife is said t" have I. ft him August 1 .1. BITS BETWEEN BITES IN TWO CLOSE bowling contests tho Cinders defeated the Buckeyes last nlghl in tin' initial contest of till! v. m c. a. Bowling league, The re spective team acorea wore i,"3i and 1,254, only two gamea being played In the match, Another Maui" will bo played tonight on the "V" alleys. Shanksdving We've Good Shoes and Hose for Every Member of the Family WE'VE some excellent Thanksgiving Footwear . the or1 any Man, Woman or ( mid can wear with pride and pleasure, and bo think- l'til tor! , , There's no Thanksgiving Dressing oi more im portance than :mI Dressing of the boot! Ml the latest styles and colors m Ladies Hose are now being shown. Fancies and plain colors, silk and lis!,. Notasemeaud Kayser's Guaranteed Huso. silk, lisle ami cotton hose tor children; ;ill ''"I"''-. Big n, ize 12. Men's socks in silk, cotton, lisle and near-silK; an colors anu i I 'vAVA. , 7' r U 5 tKa-r?B-' boj s ' i ibbed liosi ta'icieg, Mm tn ust try our hose, MEN'S SHOES Eonaervatlve styles or the extreme limit of smart ness, null in- Bright leathers ami the new fall tana Shoes that are known fur their 18.50, $4.00, 15.00 BOYS' M GIRLS' SHOES Bplendld sinus fur tin- strenuous little fort. Durable and comfortable. Shaped to lit growlni feet ctly, $1,00, 11.50, SU.ou t. $7,00 Durable $3.50 WOMEN'S SHOES Btreetor House Boot Beautiful tali models, Dress footwear in Ilea, pumpa ami dalntj sllppcra Every shoe a choice creation. 13.00, $;!.."(, W.00 to n lloi SK SLIPPERS Men's Women's ami Children's Rouse Slippers in .;..! loathnv All ihe in iw colors in felt: Climfy pretty SII, $1.50, $-' lo i- i, athi r .-..les Comfortabli rablo and CO utl yl.IV. vs Wear our Oood ShO H ami you'll have reason to feel thankful every day in the year! LYONS' SHOE ST0HE J&82 i ided tn give a prl the r 1 1 1 It rlota in its ill men t a lot ie per- imi preparation for this jgle, ami have acquitted nobly in battle, bul II la Tho must aurprlalng development In world polltlca lately is the proposition that China enter into an entente with Great Britain, Prance, Buaaln ami Japan, as agalnat Turkey ami the Tent. .us Ftom a military Standpoint li in. .Us like an abaurdlt) to expei t the advenl of China Into th" struggle to have an) wi Ight, fni she could fur- Prom ihe standpoint of moral infiu- "V' 1 1 tht lemoerampr ."sure: Ing the sands at 0. City, he. ely ami the turki J a 's handsomeness may have been a ie ni ins undoing. Till". It"l 'V who ill' il last S 1 1 ivod at Ardm a scaffold, has burg, Ohio, hi i urial w ill take i('eS Wel'e helil i if i 'lure Perguaon, ,i urdaj nf injuries re ue when he l' ll from bi en sent to Gibson i home town, win re piaee. Funeral sen -in the First Christian iniiiss Thyrsln a. Pannin in superior courl yesterday entered suit for ili vorce from her husband, Alfred Fan nin, she claims that he "lias threat ened to kill her and has placed a re volver tn her body "ti oci unions. Shi asks $1 00 a nth while the suit is pending, that she be given a hair ln treal in all the property ami her hue band he restrained from coming near her. She cannol re. ul or write, ue cordlng to the petition. THOMAS !. ANDREWS, guardian end administrator "f the estate ol Leo E3. McLaughlin, filed suit In the su perior court yesterday against the M . is. & T, railroad tor $15,000 damagaa, claiming that II was through iim neglect of employee of the road that McLaughlin came to hla death w title tiding on o freight train from Cuahlng junction to Cuahlng. McLuughlln Is aid to have been killed when Urn train on which he was riding crashed mio another, He was 15 years old und a ti legraph operator, Holland at Braily'a, John M, Holland, who came to Tulsa marly a quarter of a century ago and was for u long time with J. M. Hall then for many ais mi bualneas for himself, will he found at the Brady store after today. Mr, Holland Is an expert .Indue of dry gooda and shoes and his reputation f,,r fair dealing Is a household word In Tulsa and throughout Tulsa county - -Adv. had no ld creating ft of the terror ho was ,i. l". Riley, well known oil man of Nowata, was seen about the lobb) ol Hotel Tulsa yesterday. The following Oklahomans were registered at Tulsa hotels yesterday: Hotel Tulxa. M Lyona, Hriatow; W, It. Thomp son, Bnldi C. A Tally. Oklahoma city: S. m. Lyon, Guthrie; John W. Choate, Oklahoma Cltyj B, U Kist ler, Muskogee; J. E, Huff. Muskogee; Y.. i.. i 'ralg, Muskogee; w. a. Whaley, Oklahoma City; W. a. Bennett, Okla homa City; u. D. Stanford, Oklahoma City; E. w. Kelly, Pawnee; B. w. Maker "Mai is 'in; Adotph Mayer, Oklahoma City; Mr. and Mrs. H, v. Neher, Guthrie; Glenn Crafcer, No wata; Mr. ami .Mrs. B, Kennedy, Cushing; Mrs1. Douglas Burnett, Ba pulpa; Mr. and Mrs. P, Dillon, Okla homa City; S. H. Malarkey, Cleveland, Oklahoma Hotel, j. W. Tharp, Oklahoma City; T. T Bpenger, Muskogee; II. s. Ruth, M us i ogi ; Mrs. a. li. Purdy, Brlstow; Miss A. I.. I'alau. ltristow; Miss Katie s. M. Betser, Okia Caldwel), Btlllwaterj Oklahoma City, W, city; ('. A. S M LIVE NEWS FROM ELSEWHERE IN CZ OKLAHOMA Barker Hristuv. i homa Ml ; K. H. ' leorge A. Smll h, R, Dodatn, Oklahoma Tally, Oklahoma City; La .1 Sunday. hurch i. MORE than one hundred and fifn Tulsa s. hool teachers win go io tati ikfahoma City in a special train next AROUND IHE LOBBY Guthrie; C, B, Whiteside. Depew; T, Smart, Muskogee. The Brady, C. E. Holt, Bklatook; T. W. Ben hoff, Oklahoma t'itv; r. M. Plaher, Bnldi James W. Petersen. Oklahoma City; J. L. Jacobson, Oklahoma City; I. B7, Ni. hols, Nowata; George W. M' (.'lain, Muskogee, CENTII MA li...- chob ra is play ing havoc with many tine herds In this city ami Its Immediate vicinity, limsl Instances where the disease has 1 become pldemic the farmers wen- too late with the vaccination. Every thing possible Is iieing done to check ' the plague, but it is feared hundreds of fine animals will suocumb before I it is under control, 1 WEKOWA Tin Seminole County i Teachers association hi Id one of its beat meetinga ai Wekowa laat week. There were sevemty-aeven teachera en rolled ami the work accompllahed will il" them all much good for their fu ture efforts with the rising generation of the county. The meeting was ad judged the beat In the history of the i organisation. it it ni i i.i.i : Jessie Mabery, the young nmro woim n who last wef k discovered a broken rail on thu S.u.ta Pa tracks near Lwlnsvute, nagged lln- trald and prevented a wreck, was arrested here yesterday on informa tlon received from Alabama, statin-; sin- was wanted there for alleged com plicity in a murder. When arnsted I bo woman had a letter in her poa- aeaaion from Prealdent B, r. Ripley of the Santa Pe, complimenting her for her her,. Ism. Handling grecnbai ks h ta polaoni d a oman in Indiana. Lucky woman. wron Serbia e Identl) on th.ir Speaking of Uk dr mouth disease, hasn't Bryan p-i it bad!) '.' lit th. ad fiiut and one William it's to be hoped wion on- work) icn weal pink overalls they Won't put theli hair up In CUrUng papers. John Chinaman never was s good swimmer, and It's probable the alios will have a hard time getting inm in t ho water. Anyway, Kit. hener didn t say to the i s Possibly Lord Roaeberry, ex-prem-in. feara thut with a stronger navy the United States will bo more diffi cult to bully than eer. Great Britain hasn't yet resorted to fordiiK cIIkiIu'-s int" the army, though forcing them to stay within reach ai'ius a step In that direction. . Senator Saulahury Isn't alone In re garding the man who wants t" make the singlo tax in the District of Colum bia U conifressiniial Issue ns u wi.nld- be trouble-makar. ABE MARTIN ChieaK" university may or may not have the thirty-three physically per fect male studints it claims, but there's no doubt of Its haviiiK a keen sense of the value of advtrtiaing, If Th' hardest J"h ola'lUl Th' hardest Job O1 all is dOlU' noth- ln', vet Iher's no rallln' off in th' Wattln1 list Seme fellers hain't got Dothln' hut a dress suit. These are aitxloua f iys fur ihe mar ried man Who has saved since last Christmas t" buj wife a present. She mm rally finds It, New that Churchill nnd Kitchenei lav,, gone to the front, why all this hanging back by Aaqulth, Lloyd George, Balfour ami thi others? Judging from tiie appearance of many cltj realdonta who visited the eountrj ycaterday, it is ihe late hunt er that Kits most of the luscious pecans. one of tho moat noticeable things about members of congress, who now me ass, mbling, is that the majorit) of them have busted off their brass col lars. Meii. after the Teutons have waded through the blood of the Serbians and lave sent their fores down to Con stantinople, w hat's to be the in t number on the program? The governor of Utah evidl tttlj pave r.o thought to whether Hlllstrom w 18 subject nf Sweden or a member of 1 W. W . but onlv that he killed two persons while committing a burglary. a the There are many Tulsa people who will attend next Thursday's union service at Convention hnll who n. . I r before were In church, and If fm no Liber reason the services win do won derful geod. RVIrinv iiiiilllilltr tn attend tin teachers meeting. Th nveiitiun will ll.st uniil Saturday night, after which (he special "ill bring the Tulsa dele-k-atrs ba k t" their homes. Till-: REV. 1- B. BARTON of the M. Hi. ulist church south, addressed the high BChOOl student body In the we kly devotional exercises which win- held yesterday afternoon. Owing to the limited capacity of the as sembly room, the students are nrougm togi ther in installments, each part re ceiving the same program nil-: COURTHOUSE at present Is list about the busiest place In Un ci! v. The grand Jury investigation, a criminal term in tin county court, reg Ular terms in both the district and su perior court ami the healing of Pos ter N. Burns, former chief of police. petitioning for reinstatement, servos to nil ihe sp.uieus building with largo i re w lis i v ery day. THIRTY-FIVE MEN turned out at ihe organisation of the v. M. C. A. commi rclal league Saturday nlghL Four teams were formed, each one of w hich had men enough for almost tw o teams. The Interest shown was so great that the arrangements for the schedule will lie pushed to rapid com pletion, it is probable that the first game will be played In two weeks. ED YVILLIAAM8 was found guilty yesterday in tho county court of hav ing possession of liquor. He was lined Jinn ami Riven a thirty-day jail sentence. Williams' case waa the first one on the criminal docket which was taken up yesterday, it waa appt led from tin- municipal court. Tho case t as- been In the courts since the raid on the Cincinnati drug store two years - thk BODY OF Albert N Johnston, who died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs A, M, Snyder, BIS Siuuh Blwood avenue, early yesterday from the effects "f an operation, was sent to PayettevlUe, ik., yesterday for burial Mr. Johnston came here quite 111 and an operation was de cided on as the only means of savlm: Hs life He was 71 years old. JAMES PATTERSON of N- Or leans, La., was In Tulsa on business yesterday, it was his first visit ami this is what he said: I've frequent!) heard of Tulsa, of course, and often wanted to cmne here, but had 1 known the city was such a live wire I'd have hien here long before this it is not Improbable l shall look foi a suitable building in which to con duct my J. welry business here.'' T. B. Baker ol Ban Antonio, Texas, owner of the Conner hotel at Joplln, Mo, and the Justly famous Ft. An thony hotel of Ban Antonio, Is retris- tered as a guest at Hot! I Tulsa. The recent Jump in oil still serv Ing as a magnet to attract oil men from all over the country to Tulsa, Many new permanent guests are reg istered at all of the first class hotels and there an- arrivals every day. Some of the most prominent oil men In th'" country are now in the city. Personal Mention W, A. Moore, local Frisco agent, left yesterday tor a bualnea trip to Depew, j P, McDonnough, traveling freight Bgent of tin- Mobile Ohio, out ol Kansas City, was a Tulsa viistor yesterday. R, I,. Holmes of Kansas City stopped over In Tulsa yesterdaj in his official capaclt "f the ('. St. 1'.. M Ai o. rail, lead. There was considerable excitement at the Brady last night when a woman guest telephoned down to the light clerk that a "horrid man" was unlocking every door on her floor ami she believed he would he trviiiK her's unless hilp was sent at once. An Investigation showed that a bellboy was merely unlocking the doora tn some empty rooms on the floor and George Kinney, superintendent of the Gem oil Company, left Sunday for a Thanksgiving vacation In West Vir ginia ami Pennsylvania. R, .1. sharp left yesterday for a bus ln ss trip to St. Louis. Boys, we lay threw cents per pound for clean cotton rnus World office. John D. Rockefeller has Changed his time. worn ery of "aaVC vour pen nies" lo "Do the common things well." It would appear, however that John has dev. ted himself to doing th un ci iMii.1,1 things well. Thai) wero nu "blend-wlth-the- "YOU'VS GOT to hand It to Tulsa for having the automobiles," said fhnrlcs W Harretson of Kansas City, Mo., who was here on business ves teiday. "I dare say there are mora machines here than there are In Kan sas City, tin sl'.e of the city consid ered, and most of them ore of the costly variety, too. This parking stunt 'ii the main street looks goou to me." Jgl ALLEGING CRUKLT1 ami drunk- BY Ipf- E 10 mat I take some interest in the boys Who sell flic papen on the street And like to stop uml tulk to them Ami if 1 can, BUggesI a way They might sell papers through tin- day. For many of these little boys Are earning broad for others' mouths And wore it not for what they made Tho table would bo sparsely In id. Hut just today I met a lad. To say the best, was pretty bad, 1 stopped and said. "Howdy yo do." Ho answered with a sneerish grin, As if I had insulted him, "You lanky booh, what's that t' you?" Now this bad boy might change his waj And grow to bo a ruan some day. CLINTON The bodj Of an uni dentified man. who committed suicide hero some time ago, was exhumed I nnd positively Identified aa John Grit . f ii hs. a n Mdent "f a Ka usas to n, who came here and was arrested for Ihe (alleged forgery of a cluck. The I Identification was made by relatives I Of ih - dead man, and the body was takl li to Kansas for burial. CTjARKMORE ; org! Williams, a i labori r, was shot through the body ' yeaterday by Officer P rcy Maker, while the former was trying to make Ibis escape alter being all' sled. It Is : probable he w ill die. There hav e been many holdups in Claromore and Its vicinity of late and il is thought Williams is one of th .se who have been responsible for the robbing of many persons. HOBART Jim Bppison ami .1. A. Richards, employed on a farm near here, have been arrested as BUspi OtS ill numerous burglaries which have taken place hereabout! during the past few weeks, Tin pair also are thought to kimw considerable about robberies at Roosevelt ami other tow iis in this v ictnlty, LAWTON win n Arch Jackson ap peared at the open door of tin- gran ary of his father lie was shot in tho face by a gun in the hands of tho elder man. I'm- some time Ihe gran ary had been entered by thieves and oats stolen, and II. I". Milliken. tho owner, lay in wait for them. When Jackson appeared he was given both barro's f a double-barreledvahotgun. It is feared he will die. SHAWNEE Profiles and estimates for the first fifteen miles of the state highway, first to be improved In this County, have been ureparod by Engineer F. D. Brown, The Im provements are expected to cost in tin neighborhood of $26,000 in this county alone. World's Largest shoe Firm ion- glandules. St Louis Mo.. Nov. 20 . 1915. Rrftdy Mercantile Co., Tulsa. Okla, We are getting .vour order for shoes off today, we have to omit the bronie Gypsy boots, but send t lie black and mid night blue shades of same. We fin ish our seventeenth year December l with the largest sales In our history. No doubt your Mr. Tate Brady will l. Interested to know that In tliit 17 years there has not been a month we have not shipped you a hill of Hhoes nnd that your total purchagCS exceed $120,000. Roberts Johnson Hand Hhoe CO. Adv. one Killed iii Fire. TKXAKKANA. Ark., , Nov. 22. When fire broke In the new court house at Ashdown. Ark., county aeat of Mule River county, J. D. Freeman sr., SO of i.ittie River, Ark., stopped through a section nf false work and fell 2 6 feet, causing injuries from whi. h he died a few minutes later. The fire wns In the dome of tho build ing and slight damage was done. Stoical. Quite recently our bishop went over the hospital and spoke to the men In oh ,v. nd. In splto of this suffer ing, tin men seemed to be In tho best ol BDlrlta Horsham (England) l'ar I IMil UlLUU 11"