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Tulsi D lily World current comment City News In Brief .Mit.s ri.i.v 13,466 NOTMT. TO I HB I 111:1 0 hi IfdDt of i lii' I ill titer 'f mu t li r 11 : ii FereWfl ir i ( In donbl n r I I I I- Wu m UDAYS Htre (lipiril nil 1 t hi oil) Hdm nUtmtii flouily, ill iii ill Ij wuiilil furnish iiiiii r Balm, n '. hat i'i'i flllfl ! ll. j on which a i..t bten 11 and 11 , 1 I 1 i iii v nan li ! 11 has bad immj good points itinj bad ones We ha 0 had a "11 N il m i' Ills endow ed us 1 1 etcd ci opa iiini m 11 unpi 0" 'I l' 111, 1 ml t in I In 111. The n '- Trade and Industry hove ii.i e me le a new record, it not be fair in ourselves in na linn' I 1 1 r.ilndi il. clcar-thinkl ng 1 lemoci ol themselves are dally becoming more ami more disgusted with tin- clique Unit iii. sel Itself up an tin- party organization! and which has so far succeeded in retaining in hold upon powei bj methods which will not boar the Unlit ni day and which cannot recon md themselves to fair- mludicd people ol anj party, There is rebellion in the Democratic ranki inn! Ihe enlightened voters of Okln homn are about ready to out inn.- .' from I'm part managers and Inau gurate ;i general political house- 11 l 1 IN I I t I ii the 1, when tin' lll'I's BETWEEN BITES i 1 V v of 11 oai .m ago tid : 0 1, ud ' in 1 IT" 1 1 ; Tim I. So m Republicans dently, and uu e tin' patience it never was Tin- skirts worn by milady fair these da ys seem to be adequate to the limes; they're tun iiii.ii tn be mini splashed i the festive honk-honk. I TURKU? MEN WERE utralgned .son, George Johnson and E, Connon, I - MRS ARTHUR PRANCE, neloe of d II led rccont ly with her husband and here, whore i-lm visited recently, and irili d, I GE( IRCIE PATTERS! IN of N Vork was 11 Tulsa visitor yesterday, having come here i" wsit his brother, R, W, Patti rson, and family, for t few days, Mr. Patterson formerly was a resident ol Oklahoma City, ami is well known in Tulsa, where be fro quentl) had oci nslon to visit, - IN PUB1 rSlflNa tli.' list of dlrcc tors and nffirers of the Exchange Na mini bank, elected last ruesday, yes ti 1 day, 'I'd,- "i M lnad erl 1 nl I) cmltttd iii' 11. 1 uu ni 11. i- Sinclair .is a vice-p.'esldent, as well as director. Tim mini" m' C. '. Reed, assistant I SHERIFF JAMES WOOLL-EY Is looking inr the man who stole a set m hai ness 1 1 om .1. I . 1 loollttlo of Red 1 ork, 'I'!',' l.arneBs was found by the officers hidden In tin- weeds alung the river bonk Tuesday and is now al the sheriff's office. Doolittle had Just purchased thi Bel ami paid 1100 tor st. 1 CLARENCE CHAR IVESTG N, the I man Brown after he Inn, broken the irar window in a tailor shop nn East Third otrrel Tuesday night, was placed In tin county Jail yesterdoj when an Inlormntion was sworn out charging him with attempted rob bery. He ci nld not furnish bond for f 1,000, Tl I E TERRIFIC C( Ld 1 snap u hlch visited iin- ,iiy yesterday brought un told Buffering am, inn the poor. The telephono tall rang constantly at the ni 1 a 1 1 In- 1 1 umane society an 1 groceries, fuel, bedding and clothing were distributed throughout the day. Nearly fifty horses ami a great deal nf stock ordered tn shelter by Humane Ai 1 nt A. M. Welch. Welch found it necessary tn order several owni is 1,, have their horses shod, t ARMED WITH a search warrant deputy sheriffs yesterday entered the home of " A, Hardman, 1 0 1 1 South I'nstnn avenue, ami found a set of have been stolen from tin- Keystone I by Virgil Bwoveland. Both were ar 1 , :-: . ,( .ml when nrrai nned 1 Justice Lee Daniel pleadVd not guilty 1:1.1:1 ITU N of the board of control nf the local Y. V. C. A. will share honors with a reception for the new secretary, Miss Florence X. Han-, a, I church toi laht. The public is in ihe "Y. v." circles. All committees appointed for tin- past year will be tequtred tn make tin ir report and ii.e mriiiiu- will tie u resume nf th year's accomplishments. A musical program nnd several speakers have been arranged for the evening. BY : THE 1 rt 1UWN C Rllll 1 think it righl in t-'n i" church Ami every Sunday I am there; That solemn dignity should reign Through every song and whispered Bui I remember when 0 child, Mj mother taught me 'twas i ,jy To !'n ami boar the word of God Expounded by Borne able man; Thai every christian should rejoice And lit' 1 liis voice in am"; and praise Hut now it truly Beeros to mo, That all of joy and happiness Remain outside the church's door; That only fares long and slid I o find t heir way to Family pew. pi'flj er Ll JIZ PUGILISTS ROUND INTD GREAT FORM ( 'nrpenter and Roach N Were in Better ( ' i n I i timi for Bout. TO BE GREAT CARD The Ten Round Encounter Promises to Draw llec ord I Louse Tomorrow. ." imh r in-chief, and other ll Serbian officers, are said to have al ready reached Corfu. An Athens dispatch says Greece 1 will send a. strongly worded pro test to the ntonte powers ogalnst the I'l , ncll neeiipalii.il. The Austro-Hungarlan forces con tinue their uaim; along tbe western Montenegrin frontior, running parallel I,, ih, south! m snip Of Austria's Ial- nmtlan territory along Hie Adriatic. With Lovcen, which dominates the Vdrlatic, securely In their hands, the Austrlana have captured Njegusl, just east if their naval base at Cattaro. Southeast of Cettlnje, the Montenegrin capital, tiny have taken heights west ami northwest ol Bat ak and th tow n of Basjak itself. B ssurabiiin Front Active, 1111 Hie noi l hern front near the Herzegovina border several additional positions have been occupied by the Austrlans, who h ive made further ad vances around Berane and Ipek, on the eastern front, nn the French line a German at tempt to attack In Argonne, preceded by ase of suffocating gases, was put down by the French guns, th tier mans helm,' unable to leave their 1 r riches, Sitter fighting has broken out along tin Bossarablan front of the Anstro Russlan line, six Russian attacks, according to the Vienna statement, wi re repulsed with heavy losses to the attacking forces. still tin re is nothing known con cerning the situation in Mesopotamia except that tin' Turks report they re pulsed several attempted sorties by the British from Kut-El-Amara. An attuek by the Teutonic allies is reported In the Dolran zone in the Balkan against the ltritisti lines. r- i. 1 1 I I ( I I I M I I I SON IN SOU M (. U SI Kill 1.1 i.vi'i N, Jan, 13. The star's Rome correspondent says that the illegitimate son of t he late King Milan of Serbia has proclaimed king of Serbia Belgrade bj the Austrian German authorities, He be, n residing in Vienna, 11 on at a ml has King Milan was ruler of Ser bia from 1 882 to 1 889, Tim only available record of irregular offspring nf King Milan is a cable dispute)! nf ln '.ears BgO concerning Mllenke Chrlstlch Reltchvlch, described as an il legltimate son of Milan, who was said to have become Involved in financial difficulties in Bohemia, 4 GIANTS WILL PLAY TULSA IN SPRING 12, The train- see, mil team mils, anilniiii , nf 1 1 ed I aroundIhe lobby 1 1 Z I ABE MARTIN iny fmiii n daugh- ket, DOW them tli.it 1 :o be pt rionary for ti from the ' on not kill." t Even If It changes maiiine;. the Omaha Judge's cn i, -in ,f the flip, pam y with which oaths ,ir, sdminis tcr d and token In court was both apt and creditable I Colonel Hons" went to 1 cony those views of tin pn l it which could not be sent bj mail or otherwise expressed. The col 1 1 1 must be a sort of clearing hoi 1 .' 11 ianguuge. Hev. Wiley Tauter WUS struck by in lit ar o' pop lar brand yisterdoy. Ni 1 bin' bat a bis' dinner 11 git gome 1.1 nuln s i'ki t In r. ' whuh they stick oat their tongues at the cm Juliet ' it was not the nightingale, and not the lark, I think, Romeo, lc loved, but the war dove that pierced the fearful hollow of thins ear." But the war d, vi was a Ts una, IV'O't deny admittance to the man you use, I to knew as a cheap skate, as sometimes these fellows strtka it rich and may bo otde to Interest you in .1 prnpn: .He!! which win increase your bank roll, V011 may hove noticed that th average automobile agent, if yon lien . Sireadf own o cor, assures JTOU there never WU a person who , auffht on" to the operation of a "Matte" more readllv than your very self. The average photographer of these modern limes will admit time was when "gallery property" was scarce, but tha' this Is a day when no studio vrould he complete without a pair of beautiful decollete idiouilers. Ask him. THE WAR AT A GLANCE The Conscription bill has passed Its second readlna In the British house of commons without division, and 0 vote; on a motion to reject the bill showed an opposition of only 39 members, as compared with 4 s 1 . I Following the lead set by the Irish natli nallsta, many of the laboritea Withdrew their opposition. They ranted themselves 011 the side of the government, Arthur Henderson, labor member of the cabinet, declaring ne had been assured by the secretary of war. Earl kitchener, thai every avail able man of the t:0,n00 with whom the Compulsion bill deals was re quired. According to the understanding of the London Times. Huron Chelmsford, who was once governor Of Queensland and of New Smith Wales, is to be the new viceroy of India, French Troops at Corfu, French troopi hove heen landed on the Greek Island of Corfu and htve raised the French flat; on the Her man emperor's Villa Aohllteon, Nu merous warships are cruising In the waters around Corfu and pre pa rati ns are FSPOrted to tie under way for the arrival of a portion of the Serbian atmy. Ucncial l'utnlk, the Set aan Ex-Governor C. N. Haskell is ex pected to arrive in the city for u sev eral days' visit with old friends and to look after his oil and railroad in terests. Mr. Haskell had been in New Vork for several months. He has been In Kansas City for the past few daya His SOU Joe la here now, having ar rived some time obii from New Yolk, after a trip to South America. Clerks and ''bellhops" were kept on the jump yesterday answering calls for more blankets. There also was some trouble With frozen Water pipes iii imtels. Many traveling men who make trips into the country found it impossible to get out yesterday. Every hotel In the city was full tip at an early hour. F. G, O'Dell, who Mine hero re cently from Portland, Ore to accept the position of steward of Hotel Tulsa, brought with him a many ideas which have made themselves mani fest In the nre.it dlnim; room. Mr. O'Dell Is filling the bill nicely In help ing to make lintel Tulsa one ,,f the finest in the southwest, and is a wel come addition t, the competent force of employes owner Robinson has sur rounded hlmsi if with. The following Oklahomans were registered at Tulsa hotels last night! Hotel Tulsa. 11 P. Bronaugh, Oklahoma City; .T. s. Mahon, Miami: William Murdoch, Oil ton; J. T O'Hearn, Oklahoma City; ,t. P, Reilly, Nowata; :. K. Toma, Ok lahoma Cltyi H. B, Robinson, Okla homa Fity; C. A. Forbea, Oklahoma City; Herman Minister. Oklahoma City; C. McCallum, Oklahoma; Itert rtaddis. Oklahoma City; o. 1.. Robert, Okmulgee: C. L. Holloway, Oklahoma City; C. Sanchut, Okmulgee; W. J. l , b v. Okmulgee; G. C. Pattent, city; ,T. M Logan, Okmulgee; A. V. Han cock iklnhoma City; H. R. Bough mac. Okl ihoma City; J, M. win 1 lor, Oklahoma City; 3. K. Haskell. Mus kogee; .toe A Hurtles. Hewev; Men H. Ash Oklahoma City; J. it. Ryan, Tulsa. Oklahoma Hotel. M Thomas. Okmulcee: C, A. Pick- son. Okmulgee; W. A. Form. Okmul gee; Mr and Mrs. r. M. Clark, Paw nee: E, A Milling. Oklahoma Cltyi .T. P. Warner. Castle: Sterling Camp, Cattle; Hallie Small. Okmulcee; Charles P. Trav, McAlester; H, M. Caaler, Oklahoma City; William A. Greer, Muskogeo; C. I Holloway, Ok lahoma City; P. A. Dclaney. .lenks; M. C Wolti, Okmulcee: O, ti. O'Neill. Oklahoma City; Miss Ethel Huggtns, Oklahoma City. .Tames B. Sharp, Ok- lahoma City. Hie Brady, J. M. Daily, MUSkOge; W. H. Ste vens. Oarnet: T. H Renhoff. Okla homa Pity; J. P. Wilson. Oklahoma City; Claude Kele, Oklahoma City; Kelly Qlbtoji, Brokon Arrow: F. it. Henderson, Tulsa; 3. F. Mosema, ok lahoma Cltyi W. B, Bdwarda Clare more J, m. MoLaln, Okmulgee; .'. H. Hess. Claremore; C. F. Hlllman, Cush-Ing. NEW VORK, Jan. Ing schedule for the the New Ymk Notli today, includes games Madch 4 and E ai' Dallas. March 1 1 and 12 at Waco, Mai eh is at Houston, March 19 at Galveston, March 2G at Denl son, March 28 at Oklahoma City, March -7 with Oklahoma state uni versity at Norman, Okln.; March l's at Oklahoma City, March 28 at Tulsa, March 80 at Fort smith. Ark.; March iii ami April 1 at Little Rock, Ark. The young players of the New York Nationals will report at the Martin, Texas, training camp February 25. The veterans will report March scaled Them Off. The lady from Ureal Littleton was talking to u friend who lived in Lesser Littleton. "I've often wondered," she said presently, "why you all combined to get your minister changed. What had j t he old one done The Lesser Littleton lady settled herself more easily In tho chair. "Oh, my dear, he wasoulte Impos sible!" she explained. "Vrwiy, he used I to preach and talk about I hp responsi bilities of marriage so much thai none nt the uiimameii men In the Ullage had the courage to propose." With ail their hard WOI k 01 1 r. Tube Roach nf Tulsa .in, I Jlmmie Carpenter Of K ansas City, Mo . light weights, who meet In a ten-round pugilistic contest before the Busi ness -Men's Athletic club, late yester day expressed great confidence In their Individual ability to win. Roach declares he was never in bolter shape, while Carpenter is convinced his con dition could nut be Improved. This Carpenter Individual is here with a reputation wen in many severe encounters in many of the largi d cities of tin country. Therefore, It li up to Roach to win If he would limb instead Of descend the pugilistic lad der. The Tulsa product has every thing to Win In litis encounter, and it is his intention to take no chances While Carpenter is not confident that ho will nave a walkovi r, he is sure of winning, as he figures that ins extensive ring experience will enable him to outgeneral the shift) Tulsa lad, He declares the ten round route Is particularly to his lik ing, Carpenter accepted the local engagemenl as sori of a fill-in be tween big bunts, and it is his intention to make every effort to favoroblj Impress his audience. The workouts of these boys have attracted considerable attention 1 1 , 1 1 -Ing the present week, but the ma jority of thOBC In a iisilinn to ail udge pugilistic talent thus far have been content to keep their own coun ell, in other words, there's mine of the wise unes who are uiiiniK lo ven ture a guess, much b-ss a bet. nn the outcome of the contest. It should be a great entertainment from thi tap Of the Initial gong. The preliminaries have ail been ana lined and there will he sum, thing doing all the time for the crowd. Promoter Fred Clancy has exerted himself tn make this lull e. of the best ever attempted In this city and that be lias succeeded seems certain. LIVE NEWS FROM ELSEWHERE IN CZ OKLAHOMA I EXPERT ENGINEER IS A COMMISCION MEMBER 1 is !ii solicitude Wasted, DeaOOtt (on way to church to young fisherman under bridge) "Little b,,s. don't you know this Is the .lay of rest?" "We ain't tired, mister." Life. mrt . rc NEW YORK. Jan. 12. Henry Hodge, who has been appointed by Governor Whitman to fill the place tn the public si rvlce commission of the First district of New York, lef vacant by the resignation of Robert Colgate wood, is an expert consulting engineer and the senior member of the firm of Roller, Hodne A.- llalrd. His firm has built some of the largest bridges In the country osd lie is a member of several engineering and s ll ntific societies. t The appointment of a practical man to handle tho engineering problems which face the commission u In line with the suggestion made by Senator George F. Thompson, chairman of the committee, which has been InVsetigat log the activities of the commission. B.VRTLKSA II, I F I n e new n tiers of the Chamber of Commerce have been elected and C. K. Keyser was re-elected as secretary. NOWATA Rufus Lacey, recently convicted of killing George n'.A''' was sentenced bj District Judge Campbell at Claremore to ten years In the penitentiary, GUTHRIE J. Y. Callahan, for the past year receiver of the government land office at Woodward, has been ap pointed register of the land office here, which has been consolidated with the Woodward office. Mr. Cal lahan will make his future home in Guthrie, COLLINS If.LF. -- Local school authorities and city officials will Join In the campaign started at Tulsa to defeat the Campbell Russell school tax amendment, which comes up on a teefrenuum resolution by Senator Clarence liais m xt August, V'T A city band has been or ganized and rehearsals are under way. F.XID Word has been received from Warrensburg, Ohio, that E, v. Zollars, who resigned as president of Phillips university in Enid last sum mer on ace, unit of poor health, is very low and may not survive. OKMULGEE Holdups are occur ring here nightly and the community ts terrorised to the extent thai few persons venture forth at night unless ii Is for an automobile ride, and then they do not go outside of Ihe business district. M'ALESTER The elty officials have purchased on automobile fire en gine, following a thorough test, - STATE SCORES IN COURT RULINGS Judge Rules t Exclude Testimony of Physician; Negroes Con fession Vrc Admitted, PROVIDENCE. li. r., Jan. 13. -The admission of alleged confessions' by the two negro defendants and the exclusion of evidence concerning the character of the medlcaj practice of lr. C. Franklin Mohr, were the most interesting developments at today'! sou ' u of the trial of Mra Mohr, Cecil Victor Brown nnd Henry ii. Bpellman, who are accused of ibe.. death of the physician. By the latter ruling the cunt robbed the case. of much of its popu lar interest as counsel for the de fense and intimated thai sensational revelations might be expected. The alleged confessions of the ne groes to the police that they were employed by Mis. Mohr to murder her husband were later repudiated ex cept in the case of a third negreyt George W, Healls. who has tinned state's evldonee, While the court de cided to let the "confessions" go in, he said tho Jury Would be instill led to disregard them in considering the guilt or IIUIOCI m e of Mrs. Mohr. Counsel fought strenuously to exclude the ,,nf, salon, CWef Inspector William F. O'Netl of the police department testified, that the Statements were made by Brown and Bpellman voluntarily. He denied that tho men were roughly handled before confessing. Cyclone Kilts Font, NASHVILLK. Tenn., Jan. 12. Four persons wero Injured ami a number of houses Averc destroyed by a tornado which swept Madison station, nine miles from Nashville, late today. Rent, your rooms The World Want Ad way -save llinu and woriy.