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THE TULSA D.ML WORLD. I R I ' ' JANUARY 7, i.911
HAMILTON TELLS OF HIS FAILURE EE PRAISES SOLDIERS ONE INDICATION OF 7ULSAS PROSPERITY AN UNUSUAL RECORD Mnlltll I nori i Here hm- th Okla res Aonllcatlons for Man M'-n w iv da Mi Y. i' I.I ul I ' "! Seeded. sterl '' feci i v,"l - workmc n of i iji mom ' 1anc r.'i iiri ini ' ondueted e .red woi v on a rfi ; I r.a fl short distance , thin an hour through the ind h dldn ' Ml them .nl fare 1 1 4 II.Ml irt'atlj lulu inula i ' I ml will be .i eal (i i in. ill I In n't Condensed Statement ol the Condition ol The Exchange National Bank ol Tulsa. Oklahoma C AS RENDERED TO THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31st 1915 Resources: ' i Overdrafts United States Bonds Other Bonds Securing Postal Savings j Redemption Fund l al Estate Owned Furniture ;tnl Fixtures Stock in Federal Reserve Bank Revenue stamp Account Bonds and Warrants.. $ 351,156.21 Cash and Sight Ex change 2,631,339.70 531,552.68 NONE 25( i ( ' ii h id 17,1 N 10.00 12,5(X LOO 75,(X 10.00 NONE 12,000.00 945.37 2,982,495.93 $6 881.493.9( Liabilities: ( apital and Surplut Undivided Profits ( irculation Reserve for Taxes Deposits $ 400,000.00 101,992.08 250,000.00 7,500.00 6,122,001.88 $6,881,493.96 We bereb) certify that the abov statement is correct, A. T. ALISON. Cashier. P. J. WHITE, President Directors : .1. WHITE H. EVANS M. M'FARLIN R. s. 1JT( HFIELD J. II MARKHAM, HOMER M. PRESTON J. A. HULL K. W. SINCLAIR D. R, CONNOLLY J A, CHAPMAN JR. H. F. SINCLAIR THOMAS WHITI O. II. LEONARD in spirit pMled in Tulf hum. to enter in. ul labor labor party An In tin- int i.r H fllllll III MM (' New York Editor Victim ot Death Mum I nil- I hi uncn. i .I.'. ;ii Hi" bureau while the I thin problem, but aclmlla there lo lilt Ig i In tin i ill il M l degree Ifeneraiij are rontppicni workmen ;hhi ...,,1 .... I I n i w . . r i, i . 1 1 ic 1 1 , uiiii in.' t -ii it 1 1 : t ini Kentucky. In For, fai onsider a half of the Count the Days, Pimples Vanish i . ... in and a I'll W1 ofllro enJOyfl Ihe trllllt.lli.Hl of .. I . i . nftiAM of I In. Hi ii i i bureau, noi are those who want help a ml Kpc ii re it through the efforts i.r Mr Kaaterl) charged .1 fee for his pui in" S3, Independi nl organizations Is. i'ol John Ward, M P , who rails himself an "Independent labortte" and is- ..M" t tho picturesque figures of houae of common, aeciareo m housi tonight thai the declalon of or oongreaa could nol be ra nk a ttiaiiy repri Mating the the labor men ot the country. support onserlptlon, " said ha, "you raual t t hat 1 ertainly from 1.. d 11.11.1 ,,f il,,. in 111 1 . rs trade organisations which met In con gross are eltliei In the treni hes or prepai Ing 1.. take their places then 1. for one, have done my beat in the past ,. uppoie conscription, but 1 nevei contemplated tli- circumstances which have now arisen and 1, In com mon with many other thinking labor men will support this compulalon "The nation Ii looking to tlx- house ,.r common toi Its lead -not only the nation bul the whole empire. Almost (he whole world la waiting for our declalon it thla crlala ot the world's history." ftli 1 Vnour 1 an Now Mhvi a I an Hi aillllnl I ph i..,i II, I inu sitlinrt'l I a', nun 1 1, i - Trial I'm kitgi Mad. .1 11:11 I no man to ex pri my 1 . , . . ... . British Labor Unionists ie 1 he 1 dltorla 1 page of 1 he 11 stand for. 1 have always ECHOES ni II MM- II 111 iifcn .1.. LONDON 1 1 ulv HtiST to I hi Ml Ml II' I Jr t m - it 1 KYI 11 ' 'See I In llilli 1 . Ii. , ' I Ib'gan l.il. or small- ah nun Wal. i foi M Kill hill a HOI I I line uo ' "lii . Ken oul facC. c wonderful llttli a 1 what s Ki 1 - think ol if Mm give w nfcra .1 1 han. e. That's because Ihi j ro light t,. tin a ii of the trouble, ihe blood, driving mi nil Impurities, strengthening it l nlng It lip A 'nl w hen I In III I Is clear, the skin Ik free from blemish. All druggists keep them In stock I'm. e ; a.-. 11 you w nit lo n . them first, mall coupon below for froe trial p. 1 kagi Free Trial Coupon I'. A, SIIIIIM o. Ill Moan Rldg. Marshall, Midi s nd it once, by rttnrn mail. 1 fn 1 trlaJ pw k age of siu.hi Calcium Wafer Nn me I .1.1 ... ..I TO DIE AS A SPY FOR THE GERMANS P HIS Ian 1 8 18 ' m I -A court-martial has sentenced to death Maria Jose hn Paal, 16 yean old. a naturalised Argentinian! who was convicted of sending military Infor mation front Marseille and Paris in German agents Accordlni to the evidence, a letter written i tht accused last Beptem- hei which fell into the bands of the police, gave particulars of the de parture ami fold tin deati nation of the French cruiser Klabor. Ha also dsaoribed tht construction of new lotic ratine unit. Vote Down Compulsion w from the pari la the denomination's '.ii lonal he. id. in.it lers. The proceedings opened with a formal aumtnarj of ihe situation fol lowed b) the Introduction of the of" final resolution which raa moderate m tone, the substance of it being that t lie laboi metnbi ra of t he house of commons should in lefl rue to vote US Hn saw fi' oil the llUOBtlon of COm I on. I I ii molts) 1 al kills, Some sections of the audience wi re Inclined to ba reallve during these for malltlea ami winn later there oame a .mil of impassioned orations against compulalon ihe' opposition which al first bad been audible only in interjections ami murmurlngs, gradually hardened and there were loud demonstrations from every part of the hall it l spea kers, .lames aaalstani general - Amalgamate .1 Societ) 1 .1 Ills. Ul lolled his to fierce enthusiasm. His out and mil atiti compulsion tppeallng to ths trade unions sell 1 heii heritage of free- One of the 1 Henri Thorn 1 -I rata 1 of the of Rallwa) B 1 111 a I el I Ml ii ' .-per, h 1 "nol to 1 dom ' 1 A speech Arthur Henderson, t president of the boat d of education, I came as a sedative tu tin passionate ! feel in us .11 d in the earlier speak lers. lie spoke r. limit and logically, defending nol merely the resolution before the meeting, but also Ihe com pulsion Mil Itself. Hut bis effort Ml Insufficient to turn the tide of op position and it was a foregone con clusion Wbell the vole W.I- 1. lied that the resolution would fnll All I minis Represented With the exception of the miners federation, which refused to partici pate, uwinK to Internal dlfferet sa with the Joint board, lrtuuH every i.i ini IN, Jan, ,;. I ' :1 p. m.) Aiihui Henderson, president of the bo i .1 Ol 1 du HI ion and leader of thl Inboi partv in the house of com- n . Wlltlnm Brace, parliamentary under sei rotary for home affairs, and deorgi ii Roberta, lord commis sioner of the treasury, ulsu laboi part leaders, have resigned from th mlnlsl r The resignations of Mr. Henderson. Mr, Brace and Ml Roberts were the direct outcome of the labor congresi held today, which was followed by a two-hour conference among the par lamentarj labor members. At the nsi of the latter conference the an nouncemenl was made of the with drawal of the three labor members in i he coalition ministry, ii is understood thai Mr. Hender son will take an early opportunity to explain bis position to the house of commons. There are now four vacancies in the coalition ministry. Including that caused b) the resignation of sir John a sun.. n. the homo secretary, Russ Continues in Rapid Advance (Continued from Tape One ) uatlon i here, Thla is considered here as most opportune in view of tht forthcoming campaign In east Africa. The Interest In the fa'- ,.; Serbia's refugee army was shown by the fUOR- tlon aaked In the houae of commons today "whether ;i considerable part Of the Serbian army Is in distress at Bi Itarl, after having suffered great privations in the retreat through tbe mountains ami whetpei in.- majesty's government will offi-r the Serbian army some suitable locality in the Mediterranean area, where the men ma) real and re u perate i Serbian- al s. ulari. In reply I.ord Robert Cecil, under secreta for foreign affairs, said that there was- a considerable body of the Herbian army nt Scutari, where at first the men had been In great dlatreaa But the situation, he added, had n.,w been largely relieved. Th. ententi allies, the secretary said, had considered the matter raised in the latter part of the question bul he wai unwilling to make any announcement concerning it Telegrams from Athens -, that ths number of Serbian refugees In Qreek territory Is row forty thousand uf whom six thousand are at Balonlki, 12 STILL MISSING IN STEAMER WRECK Two Bodies Rec vere While Death List Is Ex pected to Increase, CAUSE IS UNKNOWN Several Investigations Ar Under Way; Sunk in Ohio River. Ihe Russians ai,. hfffinninK to emerge from tbe marshes with prospects of In Ing aide to use the load leading . (her northwest, west, or southwest, Thelt advance here has not been the ISSUlt of an isolated battle, hut :i sei n s of engsgoments lasting over a Cnnslderabh period In the capitals of the entente allies the opinion is ex i ressed that the Russian offensive has rompletelj upset the plans of the cen tral powers foi an Invasion ol Salon Ik I and ISgypt. British Hhips Control in connection with yesterday's an nouncement of a defeat of a Ger man vessel on Ijike Tanganyika, In east central Africa a hair mile above sea level. It In announced that the British ships which accomplished tl-.n surrender of the German vessels were especially constructed In England and transported to Ihe heart of Africa. I ntll Ihe arrival of these vessel! the PETROGRAD, Jan. 6, (Via Lon don, 5:60 p, m.) It appears nol lm probable, according to advices from the front that the Austro-Germafl forces at the southern extremity of the fini.'niL! area will bt for ed back to the htie runniiift through Kolomea, Btanislaw and Gallch In the near fu ture as ths result of the steady, con tlnuous advance of the Russians be tween the ippcr reaches of the river strip. i and the Rumanian frontier. Already the Austrians are reported to have removed their has., from Czerno- WitS towards Koli Dll ... Notwithstanding tin fact that the Austrians are tiubtir,K 1 ouiaf;co isly, the Russians, it ,s dsclared, have suc- eeeded In taking by storm fortifica tions around CsernowltS that were re cently described in the Gcr'nan press as Impregnable, Having i..it the rail way line from Zalescsayki to Cxerno witz. the Russiani arc threatening communications between Cxernowitl ami Kolomea. The gone of the Russian offensive is extending northward, bringing into action the uff flank of the antral fro;,t. Prom (nitza they have pushed out on tbe railway itne twenty-five, miles to Kevertxl and art reported ad vancing along the toads in the direc tion of and close to I.uts, and also between Podcherevltchi and Kostu- hova, three miles north of the Kove! Saiii railway, west of the Styr. These p. is. t ions are rags rded as espat ally ad vantageoua, being flanked on the rik-ht by the I'msK marshes, precluding n serams menace from that dire tion, GOULDS SUE THE TEXAS & PACIFIC NEW ORLEANS, Jan. J. Suit was filed iti Civil court here toda) agmlnsl the Texas & I'affic RailWS pany by attorneys for ii .re G. Could and other men I ers of the Gould family as xe,-,i;,.ts ,.f the es tate of the late Jay Gould to collect ti.74i.floo on nr. promlssoni notes held by Hie plaintiffs, Tt ' notes were executed In New York an, wen alleged to have become due lost June. The suit filed here t similar to the action filed by the Goutds against the railroad In tht New Jfork supreme PAKKERSBURO, W. Va . .Ian - A Vigilant search was made today In the vicinity of the point where the Steamer Kanawha of the Kanawha Packet company struck a pier and sank in the 1 'bin river, nine mil. I . -low here last niuht. but so far only two bodies have been rei .(rod. Twelve persons are known to he miss ing. Capt. Brady M. Berry of the packet claims, however, that theie were about twenty passengers and a crew of fcitj aboard, but so far the number ot survivors reported totals only 4a. ten passengers and nr. of the crew. The known missing are: Floyd t .ee. steward, QallipoliS, Ohio. Mrs E. C Atkinson, Ravine, Ohio. u, l, Hoblltxell, sr., and wife, Washington, i. C. W. L. Hcbtltsell, Jr.. Wife and ln Idnt, Washington. D. C. Mi" Ulysses Beagle, Racine, Ohio, Hurt Wolfe, head purser, Rockland, Ohio. j, i Hoblltxell, Washington, o. 0., passenger, PI va-yeat -old son of Mrs. Ollie Pits Patrick. Johnstown, Pa. The bodies of Mrs. Fitgpgtrlck and Anna Campbell were found floating in the river, Both died from exposure atlot clinging to wreckage. Beveral investigations into the oause ot the accident began today. Oklahoma t liui U is. pt i ,l o flit World. OKLAHOMA CITY. .Ian. 6. Secre tary Of State .f. L. Lyon today issued the following (barters: The Trade I'nlon. Kemp, capital none, Incorporators, H. L. Adams, George T White, W, B. sears, Kemp. Oklahoma City Retailers association, Oklahoma City, capital, none; Incorp orators, .i u Constant, it. u. Huiii burton, Floyd R. Thompson, t. L. Park hurst. Oklahoma City. Reliable Oil Gas Co., Oklahoma City capital. tin.OOO; incorporators, i c Dunn HoldenrlliO! w. p. Dunn, Bartlesville; D. W. Cummins, okia homa city. Elgin fill r(."ipany. Lnwton. capital. Iinooo; Incorporators, Q, H. Rob e-'s VV. D. McPee, Lawton: A. L Rob. eits Elgin. (.ml r, w I anil Bgfel NEW TORK, Jan. 6 The steam kh i Patris, having on board the three a Puts The Dancinir Joy Into Your Feet ! "Nab-It" gets the corn or callous quick! In 3 min utes pain is nil gone, no more soreness, no more surmizing, shrieking nerves, just joyhil easy, happy feet. When you take your footbath the old corn or callous just comes right off. Not like the bothersome old plasters orlhe dangerous drops. Harmless ss a baby's kiss. 25 cents st all drug stores, worth $1. For Sale by Rexall Drug Store, Dr. A Parkrr Pr Co.. Ckisasa SHIPPERS' DEMANDS MET BY RAILROADS Bi tisl tc Thl Wi.rid. OKLAHOMA i'ITV, Jan. ti What was expected to be a long drawn-out bearing before H. C, Norton. Speciali examiner for the Interstate conynerce commission, today was terminated In 15 minutes. Complaints had been made by plaster cement companies in Oklahoma against a proposed cancel lation of a combination rate on ce ment by the st. i.ouis tk Southwest m railroad from points in Arizona to Thebes, 111, This would have Inteiffeged mate rially with the shipping of the com modity by Oklahoma concerns. A number f the complainants reported at the federal couri building, but after waiting' several minutes with no representative of the rallioad ap pearing, the time was consumed In examining tht protests. When about half through, Mr. Norton received a telegram from the railroad company, saying the road had withdrawn the. cancellation of through rate, which Was what the shippers wanted. Den) "Wet" Injunction, TACoMA. Wash., Jan. Ii PeUUOB for an injunction against the enforce ment of Ul new state prohibition law was denied in the Pnited States dis trict court litre today by three Judges sitting en banc The application was made by tin Seattle Utewing A Malt ing Co.