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THE T U L R A DAILY WORLD. TH1 R8DAY, JANUARY 6, 1 1 n
SEVEN BIRD CHLEK FluHT WAS A MINOR Mi Someone Has a "limn steer" in Planning for a Big Monument. HENRY SWUMAlL THE MISLEADING UOYM ESSANAY HISTORICAL FACTS ( hily Hostilities in Thai V einity V;i Attack ou Refugees. Th. re pf the i is stated Falls o( i ngagemenl Indian terrll t hal July r i in state in inch it the battle of Bird Creelt 1863! was the hardest il the i war In the i v, ami i ba i ti n t linn- il f - H I ins SPECiAL TRAIN TO GUTHRIE REIINIGN Seventy live Tulsa Masoiif and Wives Will Attend I tig ( 'inn lave. i ottlh II 1 1 hi ii ( Jreatest Musical Event in Oklahoma's History And Probably it's the Last ( )hance to I car At Hit Broadway theater Bunduj and Monday I e ember u and 1 0 i i viid men were preaaed Into action, and that in commemoration of tins hlitorlc Incident u monumenl will be erected on the aite of the "terrible conflict," which la a ahorl dlatance i.nrih o( the elt) of Tuiaa. Snuii romancing us this would ordl narlly not ri celve any attention but for ilif fact thai aome members of i in Oklahoma Hlatorical society have written to partlea in Tuiaa concerning tin matter. ( linton Make Statement, Dr. Fred 8. Clinton, an officer of the Hlatorical aociety and one of iiu list Informed nun in the atate on Indian territory and Indian history, was, fsU.ii for the facta about the kittle of Bird Creek Falla, yesterday, He made the following Interesting Btati menl ! "The ipeclal newspaper article states thai the Oklahoma Hlatorical aociety and other organixutiona In the atate 'will Join hands In the move menl to mark thla famous battle ground which la now covered with Oil wells.' "As ;i member of the Oklahoma Hlatorical aociety and of its executive hoard, and for other reaaona, I think ii wise in auggeal thai there la no foundation for the alleged battle on the soale mentioned in the article, and I cannot Imagine who would ba responsible for eucfi wild romancing unlesi it came from Fori Qibaon. "it may be atated upon good authority thai there is no record to show thai Colonel Jenniaon was In the Indian territory at that time or any other time bo tar ai published reporta and ordera are concerned. Moreover, Stand Watle was still only colonel at the time mentioned waa not promoted to the rank of brigadier-general until a year later. Jen niaon never waa promoted above the rank of colonel, nor l i i Stand Watle ati. in. iiie rank uf t . BALMY WEATHER IS FINE FOR SICKNESS People Gel ( toreless and Al ways Suffer the ( 'on-sequences, Oklahoma htirlei - , ' gpirlal to I In' World UK1.AHI IMA t. IT i . lun. a ei n tary of Slate .1 I l.yon toda) Issued i he follow Ing rhartera: k, yn Mil, hell Hardware company, V v nnnwi calutal. I ".U'lU. ill. K, I.. Isi s. K, J. .Mill-in il Mn, lull, ii It, W tint r, wj mi a .....I National Petroleum company Tulaa, apltal, I 1 0,( ; Incoi p u atora, s. i Travla, I 'mile Offenbachci, Ray a AT IHt THEATERS LITTLE CONTAGION Health Authorities and Physicians Are Kept (in the Willi. i Ti ever era). Ileal Baltic natllltiea occi i:ird Creek any record i 'ont'i derati rnng in Falla of w;is the forcea mi the defen federal troops Vol a "The onlj ii the vlcinlt) of vl hlch t here is attack of tin under Colonel Cooper upon the ref ugee Creeks and Bemlnolea under Opothleyohola and Haleck Tusten nuggee late in DMWtott, ISfil. waa not much of a battle, as the Creeka and Bemlnolea wi re unorgan ized and poorly armed and were In cumbered by their famlllea and per aonal effects, ao they wire scarcely i'n li ned ti, act, even five. There Here no alone "it won Id be a wise procedure, un leu we dealred to render thla section of the state ridiculous, and a laugh ing atock to thoae who have regard for accuracy of hlatorical statements, to have such undertaklnga thoroughly Inveatlgated before they are given to the press, sn as tn prevent pussihle mistakes, while suitable marking! should be erected on sites of hlatori cal Interest, the promlscuoua erection of monuments without regard for ae- CUracy of statement as to the farts Involved can only have the result of rendering auch movementa ridiculous when the real facta In the ease are 181 el tallied." Meed any help? A World Want All Will put ini in touch with the iinht party, Telephone 2601 after 5:3 p. m. eull 1O0O. Although the brand of weather we hast- experienced in Tulsa was very pleasant il was not good for the health and physicians and the city health authorities are continually ou the i mi Then apparently is no Improve ment in the Klip situation ami the ail ment la claiming new victims dally. There is considerable Illness among the children, too. Balmy weathei at this season of the year is not designed to Improva the lily's health, as men ami women and little folks an- inclined to become careleaa on warn days, and when there are sudden changes in the t. m- perature they are bound to suffer. There now is comparativelj little contagious diseases in Tulsa. Last year at iiiis time there was consid erable smallpox, while the number of cases of scarlet fever ami diphtheria canned great alarm. Although there Is considerable fever al thla time, there are no smallpox eases, ami physicians say there never before were so few caaes of diphtheria. Much I'ln oa I Troiihlc. There now Is considerable throat trouble in the city, although none of the physicians consider it dangerous, n Is probable this trouble la a part of the grip; still there are many suf ferers who do pol experience other inconveniences, The ailment Is plain, every-day sore throat, for which a gargll of an iron solution is one of the best remi dies. .Many children are suffering from measles, although there Is no sem blance of an epidemic. Parents are Urged to notify their physician as soon as possible If they suspect their chil dren have developed moaalea, Prompt treatment arreats the ailment and prevents the complications which are the outcome of tardiness or neg lect, Blngularly enough, there are many adults of the city who also are silf- fering from meaalos. This conclu sively prmes when in the d. sense is not necessarily confined to children, as formerly was the popular belief, lav and I'lldaV the Palace offers Miss Marguerite Clark In "The Prince and the Pauper," i Mark Twain, a Paramount picture. The presentation Of "The Prince and the Pauper," the foremcat work of America's greateal humorist, Marl. Twain, and the nisi of his beloved talea to be plcturlsed, represents an other decisive triumph for the Fa mous Players File company. In the superb five-part photo-adaptation of this celebrated ami fascinating ro mance, Marguerite Clark stars In the dual-title role, in which hei remark able Interpretation of the contrasting characters will rank with the few greateal hlstrlonii feats of the screen. Faithfully preaen mc the delti loua satire, the thrilling romance and the beautiful sentiments of Mark Twain's Immortal tale, the production deline ates with aatoniahlng realism the ad vent urea of the weary little prli who longed to pia v beggar for a day, ami of the ambitious little beggar who yearned to be a prince, kith of whom, through their remarkable re semblance to each other, suddenl) find theli leans' desires gratified In a totalis unexpected and Intensely dramatic manner. PADEREWSKI World's Greatest Pianist in the Tulsa Massive Mu nicipal Convention Hall FEBRUARY 3 Tickets now selling at Rexall Drugstore, lulsa. Prices SI. $2, S3 and SJ. Ad dress mail orders to Spindler Conserva tory of Music. Fur quick results phone Unit Want Ad to The World todav. Phone 2601 after 5:30 p, m. call 1000. t;ttM. The first I i presentation of "Twin Beds," the laugh festival, bj Salisbury Field and Margaret Mayo, which New Vork honored by laugh ing at it for 52 consecutive weeks, will be the attraction at this theater on Friday, Januarj 14, presented bj Selwyn & Co., who, in addition to "Twin Beds" had "tinder Cover," The. slo w si.op" and Margaret lll- Ington in "The Lie" as their four big hits of admittedly the worat season In the history of the theater, thai of 1914-1615, and who have already this season "Under Fire" and "Rolling Stones" on Broadway, the biggest successes Of 1915-1(16, "Twin Heds" is ;i rollicking, whole some farce, clean as a high wind, swift moving In its action, brilliantly slangy and vivid in its dialogue, and adroit and sure In Its characterisa tion. Its story is bulll around what hap pens when six people, in assortments of two each, live in three apartments directly above each other, and. hav ing made the Initial blunder of being neighborly, tinn strive to recaptt the peace and privacy of their several homes. .Mr and Mrs. Hawkins, newly wed; Mr. and .Mrs. I .ark Ins, also newly wed, and the Slgnor and Big nora Monti, wed for ten mortal years, LYRIC TODAY Broadway Universal Features PHK8ICN I THE GRF VI mi Kit i w uiii 1 1; J. WARREN KERRIGAN 66 Lanon's Legacy 95 Is .i delightful ami entertaining Btorj of a strange bcquent, IVritti n h Miiiileli Nicholson ami Produced in live recla in oil- Turner, l. It It S VII IIP W HCTI UN I M. U.I Ml VI 1)1 Grace lunard and Francis Ford IN The Campbells Are Coming Pour-Keel Sensational Historical Photoplai DON'T Miss THIS .lll T I l l Id I ,M i ii i:i i s 1 1 i i in In a HcreaniliiKt'omcdy Akdar Temple Ancient Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine cMWn ti it s. DESERT OF OKLAHOMA Requests the presence of yourself and ladies at its Second Annual RECEPTION and BALL Friday Evening, January Seventh nineteen hundred sixteen half after eight o'clock Convention Hall lulsa, Oklahoma FNTKKTAIN.MI'.NT I nMMI I I I I' FB nk i. BOYER, Chairman. Charles L Uuonkci Harry W. Hicham Itoberl I!. Hanna Arthur D. IToung Thomas t. Munroe John O, Mitchell mi Muster Masons, ilieh Lndlea ami Rons Under -1 Veara ( igc are Cordially Invited. OXI lli ivl I Wil l VU.MIT VOI BSI I I VN'D I. Mill 8 Tlcketa can be obtained from n M Welllver, Recorder, Shrlna Headiiuartera In Maaonlc Hall, 512 South Main St., or at the door. TICKI TN dm: DOI.LAB I II We have endeavored to deliver Invitations to each member of the Masonic fraternlt) If, however, through nil error, any have been overlooked or their invitations miscarried, do not hesitate to be u i II nt. As above stilted, you are cordially Invited. l or He Seals C I'lioiu- erred ill ill. EMPRESS Pine Sho Today. Ronl Mi- it. Tun Chin Chinese Troupe ICIIOBATS, Jl'tiGLKRS AMI GYMNASTS, OFFKKiNCi I I ITS OF DARING UNKNOWN TO rill 1MI 1 W aVTAGE. GRKATFST ACT OF ITS KIND IN "I III WORLD. 6-PEOPLE-6 Wright, Hall & Worth 'Dancing iiu" William & Jordan "solium of Hi Day" Mahoney & Auburn "Juggling i 'omediana" Harry SuSIivan and Ruth Myers IN AN ODDITY OF RKF1NED COMEDY, PATHOS WH SONG, ENTITLED; "HOW IT HAPPEN! I . Uih Chapter ot "The Diamond From the Sky COMING SUNDAY SAN TVCCl TRIO, "ITALIAN STR1 1.1 MUSH ins. 99 PALACE iEAiaAYJ PALACE DANIFL FRl HIM N PR1 si i MARGUERITE CLARK In a lit llglu f nl and Ftuborate Pit i in iiii u n of TI PRINCE ii! PAUPER BY St lt T AIN Itltt 12: IS. '-. ItJA, 4 - :o. Iil4, 7, :3 PRICES: Matinee 5 and to Out. NlghiM ! Orata, mix lull rwjiiflArtfcrainniiiii J(j; rOMING SXTURD VI WILLIAM I v I It 1 1 M IN '-OM till l.ln I arc the six whose mutual welcome! dims to mutual frigidity, and finally vaniahea wholly In mutual war to the death. Il is in "Twin Heds" that you will j find the enchanting liitir Blanche Hawkins, who couldn't see why her domestic husband did nol want m-i to bring In the neighbors for partlea, 1 ami the colossal Slgnora Monti, who, having found a fat Italian tenor sin- I ger fur lis ii niuht in a Brooklyn cabaret ami elevated him to the ranks of the $2,000 per niejn stars1 of the Metropolitan, having married him the while, roiild not set why In- should still have such a terrifying susceptibility to all the fair ladles I who crossed hi path. M VJK8TIC, Florence iteeti, who for several i seasons was the bright particular star of Broadway spectacular shows, , has revealed before tin film, in Man Bdmond .Jones' Intensely Interesting five-act photoplay, "The CoWBidl) Way," a depth ot character and force, of dramatic action w hic h will make I hi r a still greater star in fllmdom This notable picture will he shown at the Majestic theater todav only. Nothing like "The Cowardly Way" has ever been presented to motion picture lovers, and in all Its parts It ; has touched I new high mark of ex- ! i ellcnce. It is n '' te with H' -em -Which grip the heart and leave the spectator thrilled with the wonder of It all, and the magnificent way In which it has hcen presented, Ham let's Bollloquy, "to be or nol to be," tak.s on new meaning when read after seeing and understanding "The Cowardly Way." Tomorrow and Saturday are Trian gle days when there will he pic tented the great Griffith historical spectacle. "Martyrs of tin Alamo," to gether with a Triangle Keystone com- 1 1 1 v . "Her Painted Hero." Sunday one of the most delightful dramatic offerings from the Griffith Pine Arts studio, "Matrimony," with Julia Dean In the leading role. Al i tin Willis Wood iheaier m Kansas citv recently, "Matrimony" was re tained on the program for un entire Wt ' k, I MPRl The Tun Chin Chines, troupe, to in- seen al the Empress theater todav.' Is composed of expert luggtersi aero tata and hair gymnasts, They il" some excellent feats, but the one they feature, and the one most talked of, is "Tin siidi for L4fo," from tin gal lery to the stain. II is an aci full of thrills and win add to the enter tainment offered b the other acta on this well-balanced bill, Harry Sullivan and Ituth Myers, In a comedy skit entitled "How it Hap pened" has a vastly different affair than the usual team working in "i There is a real stt.iy "f hi art interest Infrwoven with the comedy and a GRANT! HOUSt " FKJUAY y JANUARY SPECIAL MATINEE SELWYN & CO. Present The Laugh Festival "TWIN BEDS" BY vl,stt R FIELD and M 1RG RET l 1YO nil., i From lis Record-Making pun t,r Fifty-two Weeks in i York, N, v York ( :ii and Production TODAY ONLY- FLORElVtE REED m The Cowardly Way n indirecl answer to the Ju tlflcatlon of -uii ic ami a ilem onatrallon of Uio result. SCHEDULE; 1 2:80, '-'. StlS, liStf, .':IS, 7. 8: IS, tt30, Matinee, lOo; Evening, 80c Majestic lugmented Orchestra hi Kpeulal Mualcnl Program, llMORROM AN I) PRIDA1 lirlfftth Historical Spectacle M Ml I S Its Ol THE M. IMO" I rlanglc-Fliu -Art AND ill I! PIN H it HERO" i rtangle-KeysUaae RROADWAV 9 TODAY ONLY " HER LESSON 99 Trio Pari Raaanaj Presenting O, M. Indcrsou " THE LESSER EVIL" " THE CONVICT KING " Three Pan Lubln Presenting Melvln Mayo I l 's s i n DAI OH1 1 RS' llagraph omi dj omlng 4undaj and Monday Hi in v It. Walthall anil I tin i Mayo ill Five-Act Drama I III MIKLI IHNI. I " lion Introduced. This is a star team in a feature offering, Mahoney Auburn, luggltng com ediana, are just a 'ittie better than the usual juggling act. They not onl) juKie well, but have Inserted Into their act some really Worth while comedy, which make them bettei liked even than they would be for their Jut;).'lina ability. Frank Willing and Dolly Jordan win pr si nt a good skit. They will delight the audiences with "souks of the day." rendered In a sun -fire mat nor. The act Is nicely dressed and Miss Jordan enhances the act to 00 small degree, as she is decidedly good in look at. Wright, liiil - Worth, "The Danc ing Bugs," are reputed to be three of the beet dancers In vaudeville in this country. Major Wright hini'i If is excellent and thOt I VOUng latins show great i-kiii. particularly in the (centric buck dames. Their act Is is needy, never dragging even for a minute, ami should go (VST hiK. The sixteenth chapter of "The DiB miinil From the Sky" will also be STRAND TODAY i he Great English Knockabout comedian SAMMY BURNS in 'Sammy's Scandalous Scheme' Two Keel- of Real Comedy. Coming Friday ami Saturdays HfcLEN HOLMES in "The Girl ami the Game" Open 10 a. in. 5c ami lOe I WONDERLAND me oiiijjtT oiiis Featuring Margaret Lilly ihe (.al With the Blues PboiopUy. "CRIMES TRIANOLE. Kiiii; Baiigott. LYRIC TODA Y PRESENTS The Universal stir. KINO BAOOOT IN THE LAW Or LIFE." An Imp J if 1 tenJtioul hunun m tertut drama. Vitanraph Special Feature, entitled THE GYPSY TRAIL." Featuring Antouiu Moreuo and Fianki Mann 2 pait drama also Vltagrapk coxady In on reel.