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T II K TXThB A DAILY W 0 R T. n . K H 1 1) A Y , J A N TJ A R V 1 n 1 1. FEVER EPIDEMIC IS echoes! WAR PRECIPITATES NOT ANTICIPATED Fe or ( asps Hera This year Than Ever Hefore, Authorities Say, WATCH THE KIDDIES . ii ,'lu-n you Susped Disease Is Present, Summon u j pi o j V ! .It IM.IM. II I III KIM M I ii I III II - K i IS, mlw i III llll' I Ml-I IT I It I'm Mil i iiwi i; I H is I VU ptl - I I Ml i.i i vi: I - i ii -. i . tic ii DEBATE IN SENATE run uv l days and S ' on Wit! avs, uii hin aoji.s I I . m ..in Explains, iin nuj i ii none, r oiiow plmatflSti ; In riii.iiiin ti 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i ut i no n hole carrti d. 1 1 MAY FORCE A VOTE ullslili I .1 to appro fur till, e lull was concern proposed titiou Asking for bargo "ii M unit io Starts fireworks. I. in Petitions mill communications were I in. i ken I prut ml Hill M .'i hi tttlnsl the proposed I""! rnlii'd opening of u mine t hi stii te i 'on let! In the IlllHe. FARE REFUND SALE OPENS FEBRUARY 5 iproaeh of Buying in Tulsa Marked Mm-li Interest, Wee by EXPECT BIG CROWDS I road I'.i res to Be R funded to Shoppers broiu Out 'i 'itv ii cuts a hen ibei " ' i ' ' 1 ' 1 II i THE WAR AT A GLANCE tonal, "un i iii' the lu ¬ ll in ' ins urn: nut i - Qulckl) Quarantined i 1 all is no homo 1 1 1 .ii mi 'i i ' ,,; I GOOD HOI EL FOR WORTHLESS LAND Bine sk. " Land Agenti N.iw Confronted With Additional Charge. MINE OFFICERS ARE ARRAIGNED Secretary of lolorado Min crs Accuses Leaders oP Uck of Interest. HE IS VOTED DOWN h ote tor, lire among tiir iii nis employed eminent in 1 1 run I Britain uirahiHt 1 ' j The tentutlve rcpl of Ureal Bti : tain nrnmlHtH "before lout:" tu state " " 11 " ' tin' result of n consultation thai la ! m-rc necausi brings the c thr solution issue, 'ii 1 1i, I y mucit paiiiameniai g0ing between Greal Britain and l5 reference ol the pell- ner allies with respect t. the policy foreign relations com- . .,, i. mnsud. i Saturday, February 5, la one da) nearer than II was yesterday, The days until the i ning da) of the will, nf February to 13 In Tulsa lire I being counted by many, The propo sition of the merchants of Tulsa to pay tin fairs of out-of-town custom- i i is wno conic to iiiiv goons is ; mpreuding throughout the eountr) within a radius of fifty to seven!) I five miles, sale Starts Fobmarj ". The big aale beginning on February ." Includes the merchandise of many I of Tulsa's leading stores, Detailed announcements of the m rchants will appear In a bis special of The World, Out-of-town people who don't ih.. railroad fare t up too limb will find nt that barrier in this exact inannrr in which the fares will be refunded and the adver tisements of the sales of the various space in I ii iiiinrl.il i,,li i.l' I In i linrlat lull of Kenyon Republican, starl arms and ammunition to the uelllirer. iii the discussion in presenting ine ents In the world war has been stores will uccupy a largi I- tu ion w in. ii ii.oi '"I n sent to i in v,,i,.1( j ii,,. j niiiii States senate by this special senate b) tin organization 01 Amen- ., dozen senators -Democrats and Re con women for strlci neutrality. The publican The debate which followed Iowa senator denounced the policy of .upon he presental to the senate of praying toi peace on Sundays nnil a hugt petition of the organisation of selling weapons of war on week days" I American women for strict neutrality, at rnnk hypocrisy. calling for the enactment of embargo n .nil, .nt;o was vigorously ni'ffoo I legislation, seemed lo presage that a al o bj Senators Hitch K. t'lapp, vote may be forced on the embargo Works, Ashurst, Lane, Martlne and I resolution now pending before the for I .a Folic! 1 e elgn relations ommlttee. of .m embargo, bul though' the ques- opposing by a large majority of the Hon of whether ii might bo a breach provisions of the military .service lull, of neulr.vllij should first bo thought-1 has defeated a proposal that the work fnl 1 considered by 1 in- foreign reia- lngmen should agltute tor Its repeal. llil 'ull lilt lull ilVi ldenee to I ri lent .li'lm W lnir. if ( ID1AXAIM 'I IS. Jan Aftc Minn Win I ( Wyoming, Smool : an. 1 Townsend. Senator Robinson was the onh en- Oil Bill Goes Through House by Big Margin a nd I lion law 1 I ii, Minimi Kill. today 11. 1 1 , . . . : 1 v. ; 1 : 1 ,1 ..itcr ituncimun, president of 'ho board of trade In the British cabinet, has informed parliament that in or der to relieve the pressure on shiji ping and make room m vessels for additional Imports of foodstuffs, fuel, munitions and other essentials, re strictions against Importations of cer tain goods uill bi put Into effect by ibi government, lu an address, read at the proroga tion of parliament until February 15, King George expressed In these words 1 in deli rmlnation ol t he ententi al ius in continue the war until victory "We shall not la) dow n our at ms Considerable fighting has been tak- thnln'i; place along the entire French of front. Herlln asserts thai between ,nv(fie hundred and si hundred yards not I ol French trenches were stormed by 1 1 1 . and thai French counterattacks V. l i e Without l esillt. in this region the French assert ihi Germans wire driven from mine craters they h.ni occupied and were repulsed In trying to recapture I iem, while the British ropori the progres- si cupation by their men of mine craters and German listening posts In the Neuville region, 1. (Titian Id nclies HnltiTi'd Ii. -1 Goods Here. The wares of Tulsa merchants .r' familiar to those throughout this portion of the state ami this propo sition by which the cost of getting here is eliminated should bold an ap peal to every housewife who wants the hest goods without paying rail road fare to n' t them. The publicity of this special work bi Ing handed out first by The World has spread ail around, Tulsa citizens are sending marked copies to their out-of-town friends and iciiinn them all about the proposition In letters, Tin- most remarkable hart of this proposition now Is the fact thai the out-of-town people must trade some where, and why not Tulsa when the besl merchandise and free transporta tion is considered why not Tulsa'.' stoics Where Fares Will Be Refunded Here Is a list of the stores whore fines will be refunded, 'm it oul and send it to your friends and relatives residing OUtStde Of this territory. It will give them some Idea of the mag nlture of this sale and what it will mean to them. Harlow Dry Goods eofpany. Vnndever Dry Hoods company, Wright Clothing company, men's clothing and furnishings, limn Department store. Ka hn's l iep 1 1 tmoni store. Tulsa Garment factory. Mayo Furniture company. Walk-i Ivi 1 Bool shop. .Model Clothing company, men's clothing, shoes, etc, Renberg Clothing company. Unique Milliner) & Ladies' Tog gery. Rody-De Shane Tailoring company. Plymouth Clothing company. Manford Mercantile company, lu:i Rasl Second Sl l ei t. Hohnefel 1 1 'hemlcal works. Lee Levering, tailors and furnish- Stein Bloeh Suits 25 per Cent Discount Main. N,W Arcade. The Bass I'm nil iin i'ork 1 1 . 1 1 1' slu I, 1 lu Robins usslan from ie region of s belli i '1 Prltchott, 1 el thai no ; should hi) ' 125.000 ' 1 . 1 u I 11 1 I ll iii the Who is not With Hies , greater BU sin t il and portion of World off will .all ai ercln listed wish to unite 1 making Ibis sale a still i ess than is already aa- al the .same time reap a the harvest, call up The ami a representative 1 explain the proposition 'he i itcd down m t he hoiiv,. 1 h 13 I 1 lei. lation oi th. in the Tigris -El-Amara. MeAlt-ster Man Killed, spi 1 a 1 111 Tht World. J'ALES'l BR, Jan. 27, J. L. Knight, car repairer In (he Rock Is land yards at Halleyvllle, was killed this mornlnj when a bar Blipped in n lack screw with which he was hoist- Ivor of it. RAILROADS AGAIN RESUME SCHbUULES Hot anything to Want Ad will do I phone 2601 - after 1000. A World less. Tele P m. call 1I1 SO p Bad Ankle, a Tennis Game, a Pretty Girl and Then Honeymoon . FXPECT TO FINISH BREWERY CASE TODAY th tb I or Kin umnl i-m. I wasl . time ind suffi 1 un 111 ci -. 1 y gony A few diops of Hlonn's I4nl menl on the affected porta Is all you in . .1 The pain goes al onci A grateful sold rei v. 1 .' 1 was Suffering for threi week! with Chronic Rheumatism and Stiff Neck, although 1 tried many medicines, they fulled, and I was tlttdei lie care of a doctor. Fortunately 1 heard f Blomn's UMIment anil after using it three or four days si up and well am employed al the blggi sl departmtni store In S. F.j when tin y ttnplo) from c1 to elghl hundred hands, and thry SUrelV will hear all about SkKUl H Liniment, H. B. Smith. San Fran ciseo. CaL Ja.,., I15.' At all Drug' '!! ' : tins evening w hi n t hey w ei c mnrrti .1 1 t he Re . W, a Mc Clanahan, p -'or or the Bt, Paul Mi Ihodisl Kptsl opal church The new u weds departed al midnight for an extensive wed- They will be at home in Mr Chunn, confined to tin in firniar) fi om R spr ,:n' d ankle received In a basebatl game, met Mi Rowe while in stood lean ing OVer the division f. nee watt ll- Ing the 'atter at a game of t n ii is. Hungry for companionship durum his confinement, Mr. Chunn lough! an Introduction, which was subsequently obtained. The meeting was the Inception of an aggressive courtship carried on during Miss Roweja attendance at the St. DeChantel Academy of the isit ttton, a Catholic educa tional institution hire Mi Chunn is employed by n local furniture establishment He is 22 ears of ihoma ( 'itv Withoul ( las Due in Broken Mains; M. 0. & G. I slaved. spfcul 0 the W.rld OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 2:.- All railroads except one ill the flooded sections of Oklahoma operated trains Thursday, Al Durant, In the south ern pari of the slate, the Missouri, Oklahoma A Gulf railroad cancelled t jits train scneaute owing to a wasn- out ot tile railroau oeu aiong uie I 'due river, The mis main, w hich was broken between Kelleyvllle and Depcw i'N flood waters, was repaired Thursday nlghl and communities west of thai point were being sup plied With a normal amount of k.is During the entire day today Okla homa Clt was almost without gas. Mui h suffering was reported In the resilience si .'Molls ol t lie city. At Hartshorne, 'kia.. Tony Anto nius, an Italian youth, was killed VYedneada) afternoon when u church house, beneath which he bud sought shelter from the hon rain. was 1 ', 1 Hieratic can. us. m whb h the j ( )j n expenditure of t'". monej alrend) sp- 1 it was noi mentioned again this morning during consld .11 of the appropriation bill. Then Ball asked thai further consideration of the hill he positioned Ulltil I llO terms of the resolution bad been com plied w Ith, Bul the hair ruled hi motion out of order. Thru tin Re publican and Socialist members be , ann Insistent upon some sort of In formation concerning the status of the rate case, ami about certain sums of money .hat had been spent Then to make an explanation. h 1 oiii.s Queer. Representative Sams wanted ie, know something about the 148.00s' thai had heeii paid llaskm It Sells, ucountnnts, oul of the 176,000 ap- nrnnrlntlnn. The assertions had 1'tllM from the Democratic side thai the moved from its foundation bj th Great White Father Gone Osages Become Restive (Continued from Page One.) ind. Three other deaths reported nesday night still lack confirmation. Scientific iBtpoaalbilltjr. "Herbert," said school teacher, turning to s brtghi youngster, "can you nil ms what lightning is?" "Vi s. ma'am," was the ready reply "lanhtning is streams of '.-cent rare ininaiion mm uie pro posed appropriation not a mat ter of piddles. "Thctl win." asked Representative Dlckeraon, Republican, "did you In Id a cam us and ask the attorney-gi neral lo come up here and explain some things to you .' if there is no politics in this win cant the Iteoublicans and the Socialists have the benefit Ol tin same inform.it ion of the bo) vou asked of the .ittoinev -general In electricity.' vnr 1 iiinoeriitic caucus? Retire- "Well, that may antative Nisi, 11 then explained that I teacher, encouragingly the legislature could not hrinu- the attornrv -general before the body atul thai if the Renuhllcans wanted to they could bold a caucus and invito the attorney-general to eoine before thini and sc. urc the Information tluy wanted. lfpiirrsenlatlv c llarsis of I'olllotoo ,d Weill pas !" said the "Now tell me why It is thai lightning never strikes I wiCS m IBS same place. "Because," answered Herbert, 'after it hits once the same place Bint there any more " Better telephone tlist W -nt Ad In ti.l.it ' all .'HOI- After 1:10 p. m. meeting may be quite warm ami that Secretary Lane ma) be Invited to ap pear before the committee. There art rumors thai a resolution is being pro pi sed for ct nsideratlon of the com mittee, affecting the renewal of th Osage 1:11s leases, One Democratic cenator who also is a member of th committee, i.- said to favor throwing ah the gas companies now operating ii the Osage into receivership hands. iiasUeii 10 New ork. While rumors of an explosion be fore the committee Saturday are floating around tonight, it is not thought UUely that any defin.ti 1- mltee action will be taken until after the proposals of the gas men anxious to secure 1 isag, territory have been submitted to Secretary Uitie next Monday. former Governor Haskell left for New York this evening, where it is understood he will confer with Messrs White and Sinclair In reference to .submitting a bid for the entile Osage gas gi re age, now covered by the Pos ter blanket lease. A conference was held at a local hotel tonight between T. X. BarAdalL Charles Leach of Bartlesvllle, field manager for the Indian Territory Il luminating Oil company; T. J. Lahy of Pawhuaaa and others, but no inti mation was given out as to what was discussed Page ordered Safe, t'lsirbs Pass of Tiii.n, representing the Sand Springs home, and Charles Owen of Oaney, Kun.. representing the American Pipe Line Company, both of whom are seeking extensive gas acreage, nre still here. Mr. Page, it is understood, would be satisfied with a hundred thousand m res of gas territory contiguous to Sand Springs, and us his appllcxtioti ws on file ulth the department prior to Junp 17 Society Brand Sun 25 Per Cent Discount On Main, at Fourth OVERCOATS Right now, when yon need them most, yon can save 25 per cent ( inni'liiilti V irlllliis. ijilio O't'tia are now. kri'srvs. Velours, Fine Cheviots, Black X. . "Ti.it assortment fco choose from, $26.45 $22.35 $30 0 'coats ;i iv now . . . 1 11'; $18.35 arc now . . , $20 O'coats are now . . , sis OVoats are now . . . $15 O'coats are now . . . $14.75 $13.45 $11.25 Boys 9 Suits and Overcoats 25 discount Mackinaw Coats Sweater Coats 25 discount Manhattan Shirt Sale Just Two Days More Boys' Bath Robes 95c, $1.45 and $2.25 On Main, at Fourth $2.50. $2 and $1.50 Pleated Bosom and Stiff Bosom Shirts, Choice 95c Third MONTH END SALE TODAY and TOMORROW Unusual Savings for Thrifty People ON SALE AT HALF-PRICE Cutlery jLo. Hia--Sllvcr -il IT ai ill; a en Inilix id 1'anov Relish Janllnlcres I Silver Tabll Itnd iisi-s Tablespoons t uitdlesticks Pancj Plates plated Bread Trays Silverware . s,ci. Dresser Sets des in Frames Electroliers ual salt Sets Silver t Mills' Mugs Baskcta I Bab Spoons Dishes Individual Batter Plates AND MANY OTHERS rT a TVTTiT?nr a nr at 10 Cents The besl values ever offered. Saucepans, kettles, mixing bowls, milk and pudding pans, ladles and many other Items that are used every day. .Must nf tin Items are 26c values. Buy all you want today al 10c H1TE 1 II I n PLATES i Pops Qosser br plates, assort! d ends, at md, plain white sixes, odds and 56 i His VRE Fancy plates, 1 ups IT I Sc. and saucers. uld sugars, creamers, powder boxes, etc, many are worth double no- pn.c asked, four choloe at Kk' UPS WD SAUCERS T ISc (inly fancy, thin china in this assortment; values are the hest ever offered. Your chniee . . 1 5c VI.EN1 IM S PROM Ic W A LINE OF NOTIONS I I WCft s RUSES, I5e UP TIN M l IH (ii, ssi s vx 1, LARGE FACE CLOTH, 3 l IK 25c We Have No Charge Accounts L chance nf getting .some acreage, in view at the fact thai he has offered what Is considered a top-notch roy alty fur nas. Osage Superlntendi iH Wrlgh! would nut hazard a guev tmiicht as to when the quest! n would le si ttled, hut s'.ilid the depart nient was anxious to get things wound up. Mr. Wrlehl be- la ws the 1 'sates should ,'et the best price possible for both their oil and gas. 1 mi Not In Sight) It la thought that many new bidden win be in the market for the Osage gas acreage when proposals arc sub mitted tn Secretary Lane next Mon day. Has concerns In West Virginia, Ohio and other sia'es. in addition to those in Oklahoma, are said to i' fig. urinir on gettlBg in the race for the OsagS f.:n territory, and because the Indians h.ic so far sat tiKht and not ro keil the bout they ale in a fair way to fret verj much larger .is royalties than th' y would have received under the terms .f th. resoluiion adopted J unt it las:, it is expected the Osage f IK ll I wlil 1 nine in a head within next week, but wlMI the final outcome will be no one has yel known. The Indi ans hold the Wttlptoand and they are demonstrating that tlnj know h"w TREX! IF RHEUMATIC OR CONSTIPATED -7 Twenty-five Cents' Worth Is Plenty! Trj It! Take Harmless. Sooth ing Trc for .Mist u Few Days. . Then no more Intense rheumAtlc I pains; good-bye chronic. niiserahh constipation; no more sore, aching back. Trex is wonderful: Acts riirht j oft. Tn x induces natural dratnagi 1 of the entire system: promptly open I your Ologged up liver and bowel I cleans the stomach of fermenting gassy foods and waste; climinat. Irritating rheumatic poisons; relieve) leverishness, headaches, dizziness ai bllimis misery. Don't slay "knocked out" any lonper. OH this quick r j lief today. Ito at M. A. lounk man or direct from H. It. Denton e Co. mot Inc.), Boards! own, 111. A 1 Iv. rail 200 1 for World Want Ads.