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Till! TULSA IMII.Y Wo I! I. M I'l.'IDAV. JANUARY 14. 1 f 1 C
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JIMMIG CARlkf ITEM LOWER SCRAI RATES FOR '-IRON FIRMS iil-.i l ral I ic Scores Bic ( ) er Railroads Vssocial i'ii Vietorv armament icheme and wild with siKlit f power, niinlil not inke one hundred thousand men, overcome the rest "f the nation and set himself up a form of government that suited ! own desln a ? 1 "My opinion Is that we have not been In any danger and I am aure we are in less danger now than before," j Judge Alton B. Parker, who is an associate of former President Taft in the League to Enforce Peace, )iun I :iskcii Governor Cruce to become a member of that organization, Call After B 2601 80 r. for World in. :i 1 1 1000 Want Ads. Blow nt Mink.-, special to Th- World. SHAMROCK, "kin . Jan. 18, A bundle of small snakes the were si twisted together that a bundle Beems to be the correct way of expressing ii were i l wn out of the ground by workmen yesterday who were workim on the construction of the Bapulpa ft Oil Field railroad within the city limits of Shamrock. They were un covered when the scrapers turned up the earth that had been losened with dynamite. Man) of the snakes wore , i over six to eight Inches long and ii was not i osalble to ttdi their specie HEARING HELD HERE An Agroemenl With Lines Means Reduction on Western Shipments. Tim for tin Mil 'Mi iM U il "ii lM1 all I i ii TRAIN HITS NITRO BOT NO EXPLOSION Miracle Occurred yester day ;ii Raniona; Two Horses Killed. DRIVER IS INJURED uuii nn understanding arrived at . s: . i . I.i linn III l' l lit' l in Traffic association, through its secre tary, E. N. Adams, and representa tives of railroads entering this city, there will i"' a liberal reduction in the rates on wrap iron westward bound. The rates heretofore have been 35 ..its on a minimum of nu,- ; mm .is. and ill cents for a mini whereas nrnctioitn ju cents on a mini mum of .0.0011 the rate mum of hea ringt will I 20,000, ductlon was another feather in of the Traffic association, there are many other sucl) Dendlna it is thought similar I oi H , ii .1 I 1 1 , on,. ii 1 1 t TODAY S RACE ENTRIES J WILLARD MORAN EOUT POSTPONED bmmmt I s i 1 1 opi'i si:n It) I i ss I It. 1 1 1 - t t l i t t j i i i i t i i j The police found that n. i cannot t'n;iit In March, if inter date i a- iii be made, I Rent youi r is The World Want ror l;i Shol Many Would Have Been Killed. day tnlracli a Santa P agon loadi dir. er, .liin two horsof lii den with i iaew ;a s, i ut no sxpl Tin- trim was No mroufn train, which lett tin yrsterdas mornlna si s ..'. i... i . 1 8 euch things as model n dhssi nger nam m ruck a .I with nitroglycerin. The Davis, was badly in lured, were killed, the wagon Its lUinij ilrMtn ti,,. sion took plai s. 202. a rnsulai ir In- Hue and worry. ONLY 25 PLAYERS TO GO WITH REDS t i Shrevi port, l.a Pla) ft. Louis Amer-ii"iT:-t at Shrevepori March 22; New Orleans at New Orleans March 25; Cleveland at New Orleans March 28; N-w i M L . m- at New Orleans March 27: Cleveland at New i o li ans March 2 and SO; New York Americana t M n pi ! March II; Nn Vork S5 BAHBSHA FRlRTCHie Count. k to the Palace theater tomorrow, one day only. p on i ii v, Mm., and Kansas Clt) it paaaed through Ramona, which 's iichi- Bartlesville, about 8 o'clock in the morning, The Wagon was one of the usual kind i mpli yed in transporting the explosive through the country and was driven by Jim Davis, Tht. wagon belonged to tit.. American Qlycei i i 1 1 mpanj of Bartlesville, The nitro glycerin was headed for Tulsa an i .as goins iverlond on account of th" ract that a would not be taken by Hi i ailroada, Davis ii t ; not recovered sufficiently to tell any ol the details and it is not known how he failed to hear the tiain. Thete is no run. luslon but that It was uegllgen m the part if a man who id destroy the hun dreds ot lives on the passenger train. When the train hit hint, ha had driven onto the tracks and the engine hit the horses suqare, One was Immediately killed and the other badly Injured, in this pro cess, the wagon was Jerked to one side and Davis thrown from his seat tits Injuries will not w fatal. Al though the wagon must have received a hard (oit the sensitive explosive did not go off. Many promlenl Tutsans were on the train and the entire list of passengers would lone been kiiini u th nitro glycerin h ni gone off, ( it Manngor tor Vila: Sptvlnl to Tlic Worlil. aha. okla., .inn. 13. The cam paign will it launched here Prtda) ninht to i ha nice the clt) government ot A,ia from the commission to the managerial form. Judge J. a. i. Wolf, who wrote the ihait.r for Sherman, Texas, will be here and ad dreas a mass- meeting of the voter Judge Wolf Is a strong advocate of tlie managi rial form, and it is re potted he e that Sherman is Well I ii used w it h It. Ttu commission form of govern men! was adopted in Ada five years ago with three commissioners, the mayor, the commissioner of public works an t the commissioner of fl nance. Tiie system has not proved as popular is innnv of its advocate thought it would. concessions ny tne rauroaas win ne forthcoming, Yesterday's hearing, m hi. h w.is held In the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce was attended bj officials of the Frisco and Santa iv railroads and their attorneys, and was before Commissioner Morton of the interstate commerce commission, Saw tin Handwriting. Before Secretary Adams had pro ceeded far with his testimony, which was backed ! several exhibits de signed particularly for the occasion, those of the railroads realized there would hove to in. a reduction in the rate, and instead of proceeding further expressed their willingness to make the concession, if n rate of 20 cents would be satisfactory. Mr, Adams assured the railway rep resentatives the 20-cent rate was what was wanted, after which it was an nounced that the new rate on Scrap iron from St. Louis to Tulsa and Sand Springs would become effective April i. Tins however, was not satisfac tory to Mr. Adams, who insisted that the rate go Into effect March l, and this ultimate!) was agreed to, The nets rate iU mean much to the manufacturers of this city and Sand Springs. The elass rates now In effect are considered wholly inade quate .md excessively high, The new rate will he the same as that applying to eastbound freight of the kind. Mr Adams will seek to have many other rates, mosl of them from m nihi l n po nts. reduced during tho meeting which is scheduled for Feb ruary. Among these Is the rate on watermelons from Georgia and other Atluntlc seaboard states! and the rate on grapes from st. Louis, it is also the intention to ask reductions on rates from Texas and other states. CRUCE IS AGAINST PREPAREDNESS PLAN Says Too Much Power M;u Result In Its t nwarrnntcd t si to .loin Hccnrit) League. Spc. isl 10 Tin World. RINOLINO, Okla., .Ian. 13. For mer Governor Lee Cruce of Ardmore, win. has become a Healdton field oil operator, la opposed to the national administration's preparedness policy. He credits President Wilson with per fectly sincere motives, hut believes that publll sentiment has heen fos tered b) manufactures and hi finan ciers win. profit by the conduct of the European war and who would continue to profit under the adminis tration plans for big Increases In the army and navy, "l recall" he says, "that at the out break of the European war our secre tary of the navy, in commenting upon expressions of fear that we could n"t defend ourselves in ease of a foreign attack, asserted that the navy was equal to any reasonable emergency. The new pulley has convinced him that he was wrong. "The expense of this preparedness move is of secondary importance in my opinion, it is leading us away from the ideals of our government, i reatl a time ago an article laying that a foreign army of one hundred thou sand men could land here ami demor alise us I., tore w e COUld get ready to fight B) the same argument may we not suppose that one man in our government, excited ty this sieat gggggggngjlgffg That Cigar has the All-Havana Aroma" I "A real smoke" Built for discriminating smokers that favor the Havana flavor. Try one. 'iXj F. R. Kkt M. C. Co.. St. Louit, Mfrs. of Mercantile and Lady BB IS Devonshire High tirade 10-Cent ' o IHf 1 1 1 p a. 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