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II k T U I.S A IA I L V WORLD. fi V T 1 K DA V
.) A N I ' A R V g 1916
CRIMINAL CASES
QUITE NUMEROUS
Si
verj
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i
) II ISt'll
Daniel
;i v.
.in i
of i.i c I land I
li
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i ii
tin i
grant! Jnr
veinhor i. .hi
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Jai i VVIIill
with stealing
hnllse pU'Ilih
f i ii anil nti
Willi. in. It
brxzli in. nt, w
Mil. lull, ' liarg
mol'tK'IK' d I'l "I" 1 ' V. I"
continued until Jaminry -Willi.
mi (lurrlson, tin
drew a continuance nut ll
Spin, r-r Snill h, Inn i In
I' Ml III III, 1 1 I, 'II .III'
$ 1 .nun I i I
i
1 I
s i.'.nril in ' in n
.m. I
Nil .
I
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WILLIAM WALDORF ASTOR NOW FULL FLEDGED BARON OFFICERS BATTLE
WITH MOONSHINER
Uminary
in tin- -
t'iX.i! Bl
MUt. hi
Janus i s
li:l.
SH l't'.
.nt. nt li
Mi
ami
wan
i
vox
It wai
revlvi
bad
ill Pi
until
: 1 1
ll
.1
irks
.11 t III' I V 1. 1. Ill
nisHi il lii.i h ili feudal
.'ii. rhurged w iiii atu
ran Clsjuissed
f 1 1
tore mIii
.It
CHURCH SERVICES
ATTRACTING MANY
Mi. -I
t'otisregationM riii-
OrfCl Ing Prayers fl
mmptlon iii I'll
Ill
I. p
'
t i.i p uce been Instilled Into I ht
. b) Ihc i ek ol prayer w 1 1 i h
been i (inducted In local i hui 1 hi s.
program wan In conjunction with
Ob mi Aniei li .i
baa
I h,
t be
V lis
I Inn
A meeting has been
ii i k lit .it i.iii- of various
m t Ices in in., unlnn. Tl
I as been v pi S good niul i
being especially n
ii pic for the w hole we.
noil I'nltv
C. K Bucbni r,
V. M. '. A . will
I rayer meet Ing ol
church tonishl 'I
l'i ace Tin. .null
fOTm, nn. hoi ial
Health, Iji
Temperanc
nt 7: So i.
h
I
ii.. last i. ii'ii1
conduct the final
Tin. stihjeel will i''.
Brothi i hood; Re
Si r ii-.- t.i In. on. ii'
Condition!, I'urlty ana
Thi' on i ting will begin
k abarp ami everyone
A -w.
liiiiiM. sB BBBsBMsiX' Wfcfc "
KlflniESk BH HlUuH S9 W'
v f ' ; ,:
fVrt f- 'CM SER. YCE.,
BjaoN S L)DY SIS TO XL .
For iii' iecond time In history an .
n title in England In iiii New Year'
William Waldorf Astor, the expntriatiid
w illlnnt Waldi 1 1 a tot wai boi n In
was the inly child of lohn Jacob Aatoi
.tin ili an born citlaon lias been given
honora conferred by King Qeorgei
Ann i n in. was created a baron,
New York i ity, Man h 31, 1848. He
an. i Charlotte Augusta Globes, lie
re an. i nlat as United State minister
t.i tal in 1898 in- expatriated himself by i
Is i atitiiati ii iiiat in ii. ld 3c0,000 nun worth
111 , l ! ii I . ii-
His will- was tin- former Nancy Lsnghnrn
ters "i Virginia, known as i in- "Three Orates."
I .limit; a British suoject, ll
i . a! i stati iii N w York olty,
in i Ibuti i. uini e than $600,000
il iiii' tin.
famous sis
I,
is
AUTO FIRE TRUCK
FOR CLAREMORE
IpiH ia t. rin Wi rid
i LA I; KM' tK, I
Irani of horses
Which for hi eral
as ( 'la retnot . - mi
are soon to I"- re
tin- sentlim ul of
tar Januarj mi
tee w i- appolti
the it v "i Tu
.1
anil
7 Tin-
hose wagon,
in and examine the
four-cylinder Hale truck, now pari
ol thai city's fire-fighting equipment,
which has been tfound to be satlsfac
torj In every reaped by the members
of Tulsa's fire fighters, In all proba
bility one nf a like make will be so
. ured D) this City The team HOW
being used bj the cltj is one of the
besl in the business, 'having In the
pasl repeatedly outdistanced all other
trains in the state tournaments,
ENGLAND'S NEED
PUTS COTTON UP
ASPIRIN TABLETS
BUT NO ASPIRIN
SELL IN CHICAGO
lt porl
that real Bl nain Had I Isetl
i 1 1 1 llatei Brokers Bui
Hinvllj in Mm k, i.
We offer
California
for .
BRADY'S 26th ANNUAL
CLEARANCE SALE
Begins Today
Every Ladies' Suit up to
$35 goes at, choice. $10
18 Ladies' Suits which
skirts have been mismatched
in the rush of our Christmas
sale. Worth up to $20,
choice $4.95
Old Men's Overcoats up to
$10 $4.95
The $12.50 ones $6.45
We have more than 50
Boys Suits in large sizes,
15 to 18 years. Take choice
tomorrow for half.
100 men's plaid
$2.50 Wool Shirts
$1.50
We offer Boys' Shoes, war
ranted to keep dry feet and
wear one year, for . . $3.00
We offer choice of Ladies'
$35 Cloaks at $17.50; the
$25 at $12.50; the $12.50 at
$6.25.
We offer choice 200 Ladies'
French Crepe Waists, woith
up to $2.50, sizes 36 to 46.
choice for 95c. No more
than one waist to each cus
tomer.
We offer the best line of
Men's and Women's, Boys'
and Girls' Shoes in Tulsa.
Shoes that we will give a
new pair for any that fails.
All at sale prices.
Pay no attention to Mr.
High Price Big Rent, who
claims to sell as cheap as
Brady, but come and see for
yourself.
li ii wit Ii I he nil i.i mat inn t hat In a I
1 1 ai points i ii t he loca i exchange,
The reports In regard to the freight
iat,s were afterward denied from
Dallas, where it was stated thai the
rate was firm al $3. Tins dental,
dence of cotton brokers that the gov
ernment was planning some step to
A coo nil nil t" official figures pnh-
t he at m il cotton stock
i n i'i pool is only S 86,000
nsl 1,1118,000 at the be
i, . at on, The cause n
in stock ami g in ral
.1 by the English manu-
attributed to the dlffl
tiring adequate shipping
CHICAGO, Jan, 7. Forty drug
gists nf Chicago were summoned
before Dr. John it. Robertson,
city health commissioner, today
to answer charges by city Inspec
tors that tiny lnve been guilty
during the present epidemic of
grippe of selling mlsbranded,
short weight and spurious aspirin.
nspi ctors regard it as probable
that other eiins also have been
The druggists asserted that if
the i barges wa re true the fault
lay imi with the retailers but with
manufacturers, wholesalers anil
Jobbers, One druggist admitted
analysis showed no aspirin in any
Of fl e hundred tablets.
inllns
eld in
now h
: limine. .!
Ocean frclghl brokers believe, how
ever, thai ii an) limitation In rates Is
ci m. mplati .1 by Qrcal pi Ham it will
be applied first to foodstuff An or
I ,i, i is now i epi rted In force thai
British vessels must carry a certain
, . ntane i t grain in then argons,
A II
fi
iii: Pistol
Vlleged OftViit
Is Shut.
Due
IT
Hi.,-, mi a. i in- World
I.AWTON. Ok la., .Ian, 7 In a tun
battle at i ...n ai i o'clock this aft r
noon between officers ami an alleged
shiner, Walter Barnes; was shot
uh the flesh part Of the right
mi is m.w under tin care nf u
clan ami in the custody nf of
in...
t hn
I. k
phj
fleers,
Tin- officers hail narrow escapes as
tin- result of tin- buttle In which
Barnes participated, Hpeelal govern
ment officers in tin- Imli. in serviee,
Wayne Tulmudge, Dcput) liny Tal
niadge, Hheriff Tom Richardson ami
peput) sin iiii' ,i. ft, Hanks went to
Faxon Krlday for the purpose of
searching a in. us,, winih reliable ln
formation hail been obtained con
tained a whisky st 1 1 1.
W aller Barnes admitted tin officers
ami stepped outside, evldei tl) with the
Intention of leaving. The officers
halt, whereupon
mil tire. Ill the
followed, thirty
I mill
behind I
called upon him ti
he turned ami opt
pistol duel, v hich
shots were fired,
Kiiiutlilg
Barnes sought r
railroad embank nu-nt w in
the nar ol' I he lot, anil was bard
dislodge, Officers headed him off
both sides and Barnes then Btarted
a hill, I'irini; as be ran. A bullet
h Ihe leg stoo in i Ins flight hut
n one of the officers
i ml . . n in il bun t hat
surrender,
to j
in i
i'
tin
it w as onlj w h
secun il a rifle
he . onsented to
He was brought to
The officers found twi
Outfits in t he shop, i.m
huis capacity and one
half gallon capacity,
Lawton today,
complete still
or twenty tai
nt' one ami a
K i ii the ma
un was found in the
paraphi rnalia was
caused much exclte-
I II hr, 1.1 1 :i Ml ..1' .':ivoll
before Barnes finally '
chine to uriml
place, aii this
confiscated.
The gun bat i'i
in. nit and every
was on i be scent
surrendered, v
Two big rifles were found in lbo
simp where the stills were installed,
but Barnes was unaware of the of
ficers' approach until they entered the
house,
INDIANA FIRST TO
VOTE IN PRIMARIES
INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 7. Petitions
to place the names of fifteen candi-1
itates Including two for the presiden
tial nomination on Indiana's prefi r
ential primary ballot had been filed
with the secretary of state when the
time limit under the primary law ex
plrcd tonight, The primary will be
held Man h T anil this is the first i
i time the law has been nut into effect. !
Indiana will be the first state to vote i
ui the presidential primaries.
The progressives did not file petl-1
Hons for any candidates for president
but did for United states senator and ;
governor,
i-or president: President Woodrow
Wilson, Iii mo. rut ; former Vlce-Pres-Idenl
i 'barbs Warren Fairbanks, Re
publican. For vice-president: Vice-President
Thomas R, Marshall. Democrat,
HELD FOR KILLING
FORMER ASSOCIATE
Price Nervous
When Wife's
Skull is Shown
MINN!
Dr. H i
of pathol
Mlnm s.u. i.
trial of i'i
tin- murdei
VP 'I IS. Minn.. .
Robertson, pit
at the i niveri
lty Ol
Ratified to, lay at the
iderick T Price for
of his wife that Mrs.
Price's skull naa oesn crusojni
by a blunt instrument ami not by
a fall.
I loctor Robertson w as one of a
dosen witnesses who testified to
day in support of the state'! con
tention that Price hurled his wife
from a cliff the ntghl of Novem
ber -'. 1814, and then went In -i..w
and crushed hi r skull In the
hope of Inheriting her fortune,
The skull "f Mrs Price was
brought into the courtroom to-
tlay by the prosecution, along
with a lock taken from the foot
of the , iiff where th body was
found. For the fust time during
the trial Price appeared i" be
nervous and admitted the strain
of the trial was telling on him.
The state expects to Complete
Its presentation of evidence next
Tuesday with the testimony of
Charles D. BtChlgOn, Who, after
his arrest ,.n a Joint Indictment
with Price, swore thai Price
killed his wife and gaVS him
$4.7(10 for his silence
Bulgers and Greeks lash,
PAKIS, Jan 7. '1:66 6. tn.1
Irregular Itulgarlan troops have
clashed with (Srcek gendarme be
tween Popovoselo and Pavlanl, ac-
Mul I M. pi
11 VS1 h on
t MI I s, halt
I MH I ; I Ut :
in-: full of
l H Kl ISll
sri i vhoxh
in T ll has
ti Hi(. on
I ill. Tulsa
Ml ' IK, entitled,
WOODKN it be
i. ill: VT burg
1 1 in t T a
l it K Vlayot '
ew . x M. Instructor,
Spri:il tu Th World
i KLAH I M A CITY, Jan. 7. - - Tim
atati board of agriculture has closed
a contract With Dr. Walter Mcl'ar-
land "i Champaign, in to conduct
classes of the A A M. college on the
subject of si n culture. Doctor Mo
Far land since, Is Prof, J. B. Harper.
resigned. Harmonising the work ol
the agricultural schools, s commit
tee has been appointed to arrange a
uniform c urse of study, and a more
extensive session of summer school
is also being arranged for at the col
lege, A campaign will be started soon
In the hope of attracting a larger en
rollment at the summer school, es
peclall) of those teachers who are
teaching agricultural pursuits in the
rural si bonis of the state.
7:!.l00 III l ees.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 7. Ac
cording to the statement Issued by
Bee re tar of state J. l.. Lyon, the
total amount of fees for his office fur
the p ist vi ar Is 7i,i5.77, The total
amount for the year 1914 was $b--166.11,
showing an Increase of
99.SS7. A total of l.TS.", charters
wire Issued ilurinK the year just
i low d,
PHILADELPHIA, Ian. 7. Edward
Killer was today held, by the coroner
ti await the action of the grand Jury
on ihe harge ol murdering his for
mer business associate, Daniel J, Mc
Nlchol, whose body was discovered
burled In a trunk In the cellar of an
abandoned t uliding formerly ocoupled
hv Keller. M. n bol's death, accord
ing to the testimony of the coroner's
physician ut the Inquest today, was
caused by a bullet fired into the buck
of his neck ami which penetrated
I. is brain.
Mi No imi disappeared on March 30,
1914, but the bod) was not discovered
iitnil December 1".. 1916, when work
men excavating the cellar found the
ti link and Its contents
i Oklahoma barters,
Spe. ial to Thf WcrlJ.
i iKLAHi iMA CITY, Jan 7. -Secretory
of siaie J, L Lyon today issued
tin following chat ters:
Qotebo Petroleum company, Okla
homa City, capital, $10,009; Incorpor
ators, ''. ii. Cook, L D. Kinht. C, IS.
Murphy, J. T. Sturm, Minoi Sher
w ood, 1 Ikiahoma i'iiy.
Riverside Fuel Oil company, Vale,
capital, 110,000; Incorporators, vV, W.
small. K. M. Owen, Cushlng; J. w.
Flint, Vale.
Kansas nil .V i;as Co., Tulaa, capi
tal. $vono; Incorporators, Chauncey
.'.. j',, wen, D. C, Acosta, Tulsa; Joe II.
Knox, Cluremore,
The Woshbourne "il Qss Co., No
wata, capital. $3u. ; incorporators.
i". J. How man, Tulsa, Allen Toiler, A.
W. BltnCO ik, Kansas i !ity,
Kayco easing company, New kirk,
capital, 110,009; Incorporators, John
I'. Collins, i: i.. Rlmbrough, New
kirk. Qeorga Burnett, Waco, Texas.
Kiowa Garage company, Kiowa,
capital, $1,600; Incorporators, Lester
il'u i man, Jim Hewitt, K. I.. Simpson.
I Kiowa.
Lyon Credit & Adjustment Co., "Ok
lahoma City, capital. 1 8,000; incor
porators, J. L. Lyon, Q. H, Qlddlngs,
jr.. T. s. Chamblin, Oklahoma City,
NEARLY ALL IN
NAVY AMERICANS
lioti't wall any longer. Send In
that Want Ad tod a Call 9601--after
.". nu p, m. 1000.
mi
w i nun i km i im.
ni- win mi n Fills!
Bpe. il to llir Norlvl
FORT SMITH, Ar H . Jan. ,.
O, B. Dorsharty, agd of
Rcdland, nkla., died in u Foti
Smith hospital last night un
cus' n us of the fad that nis
wife died elKhl days gffO, PnU
nionia. Superinduced by grip.
cutised both deaths Mrs. Iiorgh
crty died at Redland. Her hus
band was so III he was not tohl
of her demise. Later he was
WASHINGTON, Jan. 7. Nearly
95.5 per cent of the enlisted men In
the navy are citizens ol the United
States and the rest are for the most
part Filipinos or from the country's
other insular possessions A letter
from Reai Admiral victor Blue, chief
of the bureau oT navigation, announc-
uic this t; ct. was read today in the
s. n.ite by request of Senator Tillman,
who had forwarded the admiral
warning he had root Ived against per
mitting foreigners to enlist in tho
navy and merchant marine.
"The navy has been Americanised,"
Admiral BlUS wrote, "by getting
young n.en from the farms ana from
occupation! not connected with the
sea."
Two Oklahoma Forecasts,
NKW OHLF.AN8, Jan. T. With
the addition of an assistant fore
caster to the local weather bureau's
stuff day and night forecasts will he
Issued from New Orleans station, be-
inning tonight, for Louisiana, Ark-
Today's Specials
At Vandever's January Cash
Clearance Sale
SPECIAL FROM 10:30 TO 11:30
25 bolts of 27 inch extra heavy Outing Flannel in stripes, checks and n
plaids. Special for one hour this morniug, 10:30 ! 11 :". per yard
ALL DAY SPECIALS
FIRST FLOOR
")()) yards Mercerized Shirting Madras
in a la rue range of stripes, also plain
colors, worth :"' per yard. Special
today, per yard 19c
'.") pieces 40-inch Printed Silk Chiffon,
ilaitls, checks, dots and all over ;il
terns, regular $1.75 to $3 values. Spe
cial today, per yard 98c
in dozen ( 'hildren's Fleece-lined Union
Suits, regular 35c value. Special to
day, per suit 19c
Our mid lt nt' Paucy and plain Silks,
regular 35c to $1 values. Special to
day, all day, per yard 19c
REMEMBER: Tills STORE CLOS1
Til AT TIME OUR BIG CLKARAN
SECOND FI.OOT?
in dozen odds and ends Women's shirt
Waists, values from M
Special today to clean up, choice $1.98
:: dozen Women's silk Kimonos, good
new styles, variety of values. Special
today at One-Half Price.
35 odds and ends Women's Corsets, all
different models, regular $3, $3.50 and
Special today to close, choice $1.98
in doen women's white sleeping gar
ments with caps and pockets for Feet,
Brighton make, regular $1.75 values.
Special today, each $1.25
s AT !) A. M. TONIGHT AND AT
E SALE CLOSES SHOP EARLY.
AFTER SUPPER SPECIALS
pi dozen 72x90 extra good quality Bed
Sheets. Special after SOC
supper, each
jimi Women's Neckwear, otitis and
ends, and soiled. 50c to $1.50 H,
allies. After supper, choice. ...
100 dozen 18x18 Indian Head Napkins.
Special after supper, 39C
per doen
We will sell special after supper, Red
Star I tiaper ( loth
Regular 90c, 18-inch ai 75c
Regular $1, 24-inch at 85c
Regular $1.10, 27-inch at 95c
K dozen Women's doeskin Washable
Gloves, regular $1.50 value. Q&f
After supper, per pair
.") dozen children's Sweaters, all sizes,
regular "' to $2 values. Spe QQ
cia after supper, per garmenl
L'isi Day
Vandever's Jan
uary ( 'ash ( Hear-
ance Sale
Last Day
Vandever's .lan-
uarv ( 'ash ( 'lear
ance Sale
KNAPP FUNERAL TO
BE HELD MONDAY
st. L.OUI8, Jan. 7. The funeral ol
Charles w. Knapp, treasurer of the
Van, Vnrtf Tunes lrulnlirr Ol the
board ol directors of the Associated
Kl-
Prni unit nniil two works SKO DTI
iinit and i ubllsher ol the st. Louis
Republic, who died at his desk In
New Yo'-k yesterday afternoon, will
in- hriil here probably Monday after
i.i on, Phis vvas announced tonight by
David R. Francis, former governor of
Missouri, who will have charge of the
funeral arrangements.
The body ot Mr. Knapp is iiuo to
arrive iti st. Louis at u o'clock Sunday
evening. II will be accompanied by
Mr. Knapp'i widow, his daughter,
Mis o. McConnell of Waterloo, Iowa.
M.I, 111a J T,.iiii irenel'lll IIILliaiftT of
the Associated Press, and loiis Wiley
ol the New ITork Tlmea Mrs. 3. M.
Dorran 1 Houston, Texas, a sister
of Mr. Knapp, will come to St. Louis I
to attend th funeral.
OR1 T KH DEMONSTRATION
Itai .
i,r Northern Africa Ask for
Jtihlice noil Freedom
dvdi iv Mm 7 - i Itv wireless to
Bayvllle, N. V.) "A great Aral) dem
onstration ior ttie inaepenaence oi
Tutus anl Algeria was held in Berlin
today," Says the Overseas News
agency. "Sheik Baleh. a descendant
ot Mohammed, from Tunis declared
that now the moment had oome for
the laeis ot northern Africa to ask
fot Justice and the riuht to live their
own lives in an Independent state. His
sentiments were enthusiastically ap
proved by the met tin.
"The Anil, sheik Tshablsh, the
Tunisian sheik Kid ram, n large num
ber of Arabs, Turks. Bast Indians and
iher Mohammedans were among the
notables present
I l w s,lie CA1 "! CONGESTION
Freight Situation In New England i
Diet ii il b Officials.
BOSTON, Jan. 7. -The freight situ
ation in New England that has re
sulted in an enfbargo on many lines
oi shipments was discussed by rail
road Official.-', port directors and busi
ness men ti day nt a conference called
by the transportation committee of
the chamber of commerce.
The port directors expressed the be
lief that the renl difficulty was the
absence oi sufficient ocean shipping
i'iic to the withdrawal of so many ves
sels for war purposes.
President James n Hastis of the
Huston A Maine told the committer
that the general embargo conditions
pr .bably would he of short duration.
WAR DOESN'T COST
CITIZENSHIP RIGHT
WASHINGTON, Jan. 7. The bu
reau of Immigration rulitiK thm
Americans who enlist under a QUau
rted oath ,n thefjghttog forces of for
Buy il at
Shannon's
tt
Home Outfit "
I'm E
Buy it at
Shannon's
Saturday
Specials
Big Heaters for
Little Money
Discount
SHANNON'C
FURNITURE k-
14 and 16 West Second Street
"HOME OF THE HOME OUTFIT"
.1
Utter sent today by secretary Wilson
of the department of labor to Repre
sentative Pbtten of New York. The
secretary wn te in reply to a reitie8t
for Information concerning the read-
illusion of mem who hud left the
COUBtry to serve In the Canadian
armies. He pointed out that no dis
tinction Was mu lie In favor of thn.so
returnintr from Canadian' enlistments,
but that all persons i oniing under the
outlined Interpretation of law were
admitted regardless of what country
they hal Served. He lidded tjiat he
would he glad to see a test case In
stituted to determine finally the cor
lectness of the Bureau's Interpretation,
FRISCO HEARING
FOR JANUARY 11
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.. Jan. 7 A
rehearing for the proposed plan to re
organize the St. liiuis : San Fran
cisco t Frisco I ml I ron il has been set
for January 11 beore the Missouri
pubUe serflce commission, It was an
nounced today.
A message from Henry S. Priest of
St. louls. attorney for the reorganiza
tion managers, today said be would
KEEP LOOKING YOUNG
It's Easy If You Know Dr.
Edwards' Olive Tablets
The secret of keeping young is to
feel young to do this you must watch
your liver and bowel? there's no neoil
Of having 11 sallow complexion dark
rings under your eyes pimples a bil
lions look In your face dull eyes with ie
sparkle.
Tour doctor will tell you ninety per cent
of all sickness conies from Inactive DOWelS
and liver.
Dr. Edwards, a well-known physicUs in
Ohin. perfected a vegetable compound
mixed With Olive oil to set on the liver nn l
bowels, Which be gave to bin patients for
years.
Pr Kdwnnls' Olive Tablets, tho substi
tute, for calomel, are gentle In their action.
yet always effective.
They Bring about that exuberance of
spirit, that nntural buoyancy which h mid
be, enjoyetl by everyone, bv toning up tlio
Ut U and i b in lug the system of impuiltlc.
1i "it will knnw Hr. Edwards' Olive Tah
i Is by ih.-ir olive , olor. 10c and i:0e per
box. All druggist...
The Olive Tablet Company, Columbus. O.

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