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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, JUNE 23,. 1918.
' ' !' V v it ir'! HENRY C. EMERY IS ' HELD BY GERMANS Namr of Seven American In Hun Prison, Including Prominent ; lVoniuiiiM, WASHINGTON, Juno 12. Names of beven American In, nrrmin (Prison camps reported to tho war de partment today ty the Herman min istry through Iho r-':iiinlh embassy nt Berlin. include that of Prof Henry C. Kmi-ry, tho itconoml.it find former chairman of the I'liited States tariff commission, who was oap tiireil when the Gorman occupied the Aland iHlanilH. When laat heard from Professor Frnory was ut liberty, living in a Stock-Reducing Sale Big Discounts! " AXMINSTER RUGS IRON BEDS SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES . AT 20 OFF BABY CARRIAGES ROCKERS TABLES CHAIRS Selling this week 20 off regular price. REFRIGERATORS 20 DISCOUNT J; B. HAWKINS FURNITURE CO. L 201 East Second. MUSIC "HUNGER . The concert season is over. Except here and there the the aters are dark. You need not wait for the new season; you can have real music in your own home this summer. You can have the re-created voices of the world's great ifttists literally re-created by Edison's new art in a way that makes your own' veranda or living room the world's greatest stage. ? NEW EMSOM "The Monograph with a Soul" Is the Instrument of Which the St. Louis Republic Says: "The. problem of music in 'Iho homo js solvotl when "tho Rinj?inK of tho jrro.-itest artists is made possible by an instrument thai does not betray itself in the very presence of the, artists." VISIT OUR STORK We want to kio you a pleasant hour of music. No obligation. Y'i will not be asked to buy. 5 West Fifth NOTICK Please do not ask us (resell you F.dlson He -Creations f you Intend to attempt to play them on any other instrument than the New Udlson. No other Instrument can hriniT out the true musical (pialUy of Hdison He-Croatlons. Furthermore, injiuv to tle records Is likely to re sult if you attempt to play them on an ordinary phonograph or talking machine. hotel nt l,nuenhurg. Pomornnlu. ThcPOURTrf OF "JULY WILL BE stale department within the past few; ' '7..rX.. ' dovH K..t hoiuiry . to whnii.r! BIG DAY AT CAMP FUNSTON ho would bo pcriultled to leave, tier-I ! ni;i riy. At Vllllngon: Mout. John R Ab bott, Ht, Paul, Minn., ruptured Mar. ti ?! nt I.aginoourt; I.loul. llobeit II .leffery. t'riloptpwn, Pa., And Abra ham Straus, Nv York city, rup tured March 21 at. T.emploro. At Itranderphurg: Havld Johnson, Marcus Hook, Philadelphia, f.rst of ficer of the ship Atlantic Hun, cap tured In Irish sea February IS. At Imrmstiidt: Prlv. ' Sidney Klnoh. Oxford, Knglnnd, cNptnred nt Verdun March 4. At r.cynith: I'rlv. Hector K. Pll rnan, -Mmot, N. !., capture. I March 1. Professor Frnery Im held at the prison runip nt 'I'm hel. Virile Natural. Prriph Why do they call thin irm hone ttie humcru? Hoph - Prohahly because It's riext to the funny hone Phone 30 Pi lonoorai a-3 Street. - JVi Putrlollr Aildrcwt Will Ik- Delivered by General WimmI mid (,uv. ernor HH'pr. CAMP FI N'STi iN. Kan, June The Fourth of July Ih to he a "red letter" day at f'arnp Kunslnn. The big relehralion will he featured hy a pa I rl ! io pageant' athletic enntcs's and npiakint hy Major Genera! Ifmnrd ood, camp f nninmHf:in', and Govern",- Arthur Capper. The home folks of (ho soldier will he ! II. c gucnia of bono and the camp '.Oil he open to vliillora the entire il.iy- at lean, the regular visitors' da hour from 10 a. m. to 5 ; .1 0 p. rn., will he ohfiervr-d. That will en title tho inolheri. fathers, wive hy, e,o heart), and niativfs ta a seven and n half hour vi.-'t with the sold- ; Jer boy ' A road nice en wren f'anip Fun 1 tori and I'ort tiiloy will opn a big , ii ih loth' prnitram. It will he oon ! eluded at the divisional athletic ; field, cast of rnmp headquarter. In the afternoon at the army tity hasc hal park a push hall game will he started Next In order will he a baseball rune between the Camp Fumitori team arid cither the team from I'.'imp Ho'Iko or the Cireat ; IikeH training fllatlou. The uddrafies of tienrral Wood arid (lovernor Caier will ha de : l.'vered ut 10 o'clock In the morn . nut ut Die divisional athletic field. : 1 1, ihe cvcnlriii a Hpr'ctacular, patri otic, historical piinant will he nivn under the rllierllon of (leomn V. Itrooks. camp dramatic director, and the V. M C. A. The npffennt will he ttln wjtti the rllscovrrv of America i liv ColurnhiiR. Till! will lie followed j t v replleua of Important national events, liiclinllnK nliuut fifty aeenea. Kach Kcerie will ha supported hy a Ifirte chorua of nlnxera and per forrnera. ,.It will tin one of ihe ipoat extenalve enterlnlnnienla if Ita kind1 ever attempted at Camp Kunnton, it Is aald. A noted anprano aololat ha hren pniiKi'd to take tha leadlmt vocal rolo In tha patdotla elnglnn. The climax of the pageant will he an elnhnraln acene representative of tho present world struggle. The atriRe for the pacennt will be a natural one tha hillside at the divisional athletic ground. It will commence at a p. m. Hy special ar ranKetnenta vlsitora will he admitted t to vlalt the apectaculnr performance from the Oolden Pelt hlKhway. NOT TO. PAY COMMISSIONS Manufacturers Mailing A(trcmrnt.t WIUi C'nitriirt Itrokcrs ItclpaiHil. W ASIIINCITON. Juno 2S. Manu facturer a a result of the depart ment of Justice's Investigation Into contingent fee practice will be re lieved of the naceaalty of paying conimiaslnim under agreement made with contract brokers, according to opinions expressed today by offi cial of the department of Justice. This would save millions of dollars In the segregate to contractors. It Is believed, and prt of the saving mav nut off prices paid by the gov- Portraits In ollJumes Studio. Phone 595 State Briefs CI.AUHMOFIIC, Jun 22. Only three pnaonera are now confined In I the It'iitcra county Jail, two s'rviint 'aenterii's aa a result of conviction on whisky charges and one heinx held ! for atteriipted rape They are Oit- fish I ilrkeraon, Ci. t.'ornett and I;on- ard Mayflcdd. I c,AI!I:mOUK, June 22. Practi jcnily all of the oat and wheat In j HoRcra countv have now been cut donna- two week of the preliie.M j Inmost weather ever experienced In this county. Ituln Is now hadly I needed for the com which la suf fering under the unusual hot June, weather. MN'DrUV, June 23 Wheat 1" yielding aa high aa 35 bushel to the acre in thin section, .1 v. Hnddlx is roriklng an average of 25 bushels from hia 7.1 acres George Myers has 2li0 acrea that will make nearly that average. J. W r'.arrert h cut fiir I hundred acre that will make an v. jeraga yield. F'ractlcullly all wheat in Ithia part of tho county hna been cut. CLAPI'l-MortlC, June 22. -Utile opposition. If any, will he made hy Iho people of Tlogers county to thi people of Colllnsvllle voting on go ing to Tulsa county. No part will ho taken In the election to try and In fluence the people of Colllnsvllle to remain a part of lingers county, the entlment being to let theni decide (or thoniMelvea with no c'Jtalde in fluences. ' fiKLAIIOMA CITY. June 22 Members of exemption boards are being Informed by Adjutant (iener- a (ilpson that It is highly Improper for them to discuss with citizens or registrant the action of the board after such action has beenltakeri. In stances of thi kind have been called to the attention of the adjutant genera! who takes It that board member do not realize that it Is a breach of military discipline. The adjutant general. Is suggesting that all actions with reference to closal- flcation of registrants should bo taken In open board meeting, with all member present If possible. "It Is improper for any member of the board to discuss with the registrant tho question of hi classification ex cept when the board M in session." CI-Alt EMOKK, .Tune 22 The home of (: I. Tanner of this city was visited by a burglar Thursday night. The man first sat down to a sumptuous feed from the Ice box and then ransacked the house tor val uables. All ha got wiu a child's hank containing ti In small coins Mrs. Tanner awakened and scared tho Intruder, who fc'as barefooted, away. Ho carried with him enough eats to Inst a week. Ills course of flight was .marked for a distance by broken eggs from a bucketful which he had taken. Finally he stopped the hen-fruit leak and the trail was lost. OKLAHOMA CITY. June 22. Further restrictions will be placed on the nso of sugar after July 1. It Is Indicated In a communication re ceived by C. It. Adnes, state food ad ministrator, from Mr. Hoover The visible Supply of sugar is not being realized aa It win first thought. It la explained. Mr. Ames may Issue an order to tha effect that manufac turer of products In which sugar Is used who did not file statements with him, as directed, might be cut off from further use of sugar. There are a number of such case. Mr, Ames says, In which these state m'ents were not filed. They became delinquent Juno 17. OKLAHOMA CITY. Juno 22 Announcement of the action of rep reserttallves of the railroad adminis tration and the Kansas City, Mexico A Orient favorable to the govern ment taking over the property will be welcome news to cltixens of tho western part of the state. Tho Orient goes through Oklahoma from north to south and Into Texas, treat ing n territory of some two hundred mile In oklnhonia. Cltuen living along the route appealed some time ago to the corporation commission to ask the government to take over the road. For a time It was feared the matter had been taken up too late, but the railroad hoard promised to consider the condition of the road as presented by delegations of citi zens affected. W. I. Humphrey of the Oklahoma corporation commis sion assisted In presenting the case for the road. ! MrAT.FSTK?;. 'Ju 22. -Once again has the patriotism of Alder-son I been tried and found true. This tlne jit was not a matter of purchasing . war R-ivlriKS stamps, or donating to the Ued Cross, in which this little ; town has doubled Its nurda for each icall. Incidentally. It might be added, jthat a certain rfegro has discovered this fact to his sorrow. The afore jsald negro yesterday evening pre--Isinnably imbibed of the cup that i cheer, according to the people of jATderson though they disclaim fur nishing It to lain It is alleged that while In this condition he hired an auto to haul him from this city to Alder-son, presumably to attend to1 i some business affairs. Whether It I i was the scenes be gazed upon as he jaat In this car, on hia arrival there, or the sturr he drank that prompted him. Is not known, but the people of Alderson do know that he stood up In the car a'rid started to praise rjer many and the course the kaiser is pursuing. The first few sentences,' j were overlooked by the people, hut : when he stood up and shouted, hut: rah for Germany; down with the al- j lies," he taxed the good humor "f j Ithe Alderson folks Just a bit loo j far. They arose up en masse and I I whipped him with ropes, their hands, i boards anld everything they could ! secure In their haste; whipped him as no man, probably, has ever been ! whipped nnd lived to tell about it ! If he still lives. OKLMIOMA CITY. June 22 - Complaints, have reached c. R Ames, state food administrator, and J. M. Aydelotte, chairman of the stalfl council of defense, that tlircshermen j refuse to abide by price for thresh- ( ing recommended by the two bodies here Saturday of last week. Tho ; prices were 17 cents a bushel where the threshernien furnished every-1 thing, und 7 cents where all was furnished by the farmer. Twelve cents was recommended for w heat in shock and 13 for headed wM:it. i Chairman Aydelotte of the council ' of defense todav directed that county councils of defense in those counties,.' where the thresher rnen refuse to! adhere to the prices, take the matter; up and call a meeting of farmers: and threshernien. Mr. Aydelotte , said each county would have lo set-! KENTON RESIGNS FROM COUNTY ELECTION BOARD I Fred Kitchen Candidate! Iiiivlsvm Is A Iho Mentioned for Phier l'.ut Jii-fiiw'H to Consider It. Joe W. Kenton has ros.gnnl as secretary of tho Tulsa county ejec tion board ecaus of his candidacy on the l)rnocratlc ticket .for state representative. Kenton has boon a valuable mem ber of the board for several yeais He and Hay Short,, the 1 leoul'liea n member, have done the hulk of the work In conducting the rrranv i lec tions that havo been hi.id during their regime. An effort Is helm; made to have the yirnney filled hy a liernoernt fit unriuestioned honesty and one. if possible, who has never been classed as a politician Han .1. iMvtamn Is being mentioned In this conniption and while ho lis refused to con sider the proposition It is likely that he will he drafted for the Job It Is understood- that Frod Kitchen is a candidate for the place and "'ob nlily will have the b.-ieklng of Ken ton himself. The two have been per sonal friends for a long time. The Hntl-inaeliine I lemocrals are said to srrenuouslv oppose the np pointmenr of Kitchen to the place, principally on account of the fact that he has played too prominent ft part In past political flrrhts here and would likely bo prejudiced in many iilMances. The s'-cretary of the election ho:ird hns it in his power to conduct either I j honest or dishonest electlona, and , while the Republican leaders are tak. twir no aetl(i. part In fllllm: the va cancy. It Is thought they will be sat isfied with any man of the tjpe ot,, pavisson. Cash Pulsing Kale. The J r, Hawkins Furniture Co., at 201 Ivust Second street, will give n big cash discount all this week on beautiful axmlnster rugs, furniture "t all kinds, iron beds, springs rind mattress", davenport, tables and chilrs This I the greatest oppor tunity you have ever had to nave money on house furnishing. RUGS Arc easy and convenient to clean, attractive in appearance and reas onable in cost. We have a Sample Line cf Wilton Velvet and Axminster Rugs, 6x9 to 9x2, which we are clos ing out at bargain prices. These rugs are suitable for office or home. The patterns, are of modest shade and tone agreeable to the eyes of those of superior taste. It will be a pleasure to dis play them to you. Field Stationery Co. Others Have Slogans ftut We Have thp tinods Complete Office Outfitters 5Wt South Main Phone For Sale SO-Acrc I .ease in section 2o-'27n-.iC, near tho big Diamond Oil com pany 1,400-barrel well in section ir-27n-3e. This lease is -li. of a mile from the hip .Diamond well, which is con sidered one of the bij-rprcst discoveries in the mid-corf? tinent field this year. Will sell all or an undivided in terest if you desire to make a hundred for one in a year. Write for further information. H. H. ANDERSON care of John S. Graham, Enid, Okla. Thoughts to Think About The thoucht today Jirlngs action tomorrow; destiny 3 fashioned by what we think and do. The weather, the styles and the total of mot-t people's talk. Iiefp.it multiplied nuike success mnrq 'lasting. I am! I can! I will! These three in one bring victory alone. You can pell your htisinc.. or borrow money you can exchange, rent or lure an tiling and everything quickly and with the greatest of satisfaction to yours.it through' the use of The, Tulsa World Want Ads. Head the Want Ad'pagi a in today's Tulta World. Today la tho Jlirtbday of Henry Ward Jieecher Is It Yours? Juno lit, 1013 The foremost preacher In America and one of tho foremost men 'of the country - that was Henry Ward needier. He was horn In Litchfield Court . of a large family of children, another of ., whom was Harriet needier Stowe Tdni'n Cabin. author of L'ncle I'.eicher went through Amherst with no thought of becoming a min Inter-, hut with great enthusiasm for studying public speaking. Itut he did decide to study theology, and his first church consisted of nineteen women and one man, In a tiny vll 1'iue near Cincinnati. He preached and ho also swept nut Che church. He"!. cranio fumoiiH while holding tho pulpit In a church in Indianapolis, find was called to Plymouth Congre imtional church In nrooklvn, when he wa yet in his early thirties. This church was capable of seat ing 2 TiOO, and often a thousand more crowded in to hear him-speak. HI tv pe of religion was so different from what, w.-.s generally taucht. that ho drew thousands of non rhuroh members to hear him and his congregation was the greatest of any church In America. He was a won derful orator, probably the best In the country. lie was antlsl.ivery, and when it seemed ns though Kng lrip.d would help the south In tho civil war. It was his lectures In Eno hit,d. tli.it prevented serious Inter vention. He preached "evolution and re ligion" wlyn other ministers were snll dennuncjrii; evolution as atheistic. His i.lod was not n moral covernor. hut a lovinj father; hi teaching made the Bible a book of counsel, not a set of laws: his re ligion was broad-minded, based on the idea that the iroverning principle of llf" was love. He died in 1SS7. (Copyright. ltl, George Matthew Adsias) (ige 1807 Tulsa, Okla. neighbor' faults make the sum Elizabeth Ami Looks AboutTownandSheSi The management of the New Ma jestic, which it Is said will be the most beautiful motion picture house In Oklahoma, wishes to announce that it waa Impossible lo open last week , a advertised owing to the failure of some of the equipment to arrlveV However, everything will be Installed and the theater put In readiness for opening at 7:30 Thurs day evening. The War Ravine stamp, was thought out in order that the woman of hiiiuII means might romribtitt her share lo winning- the war us well as Ihe woman with a, large allowance or Rood Ukxiiic. Following; a morning of shopping or work at the-Hed Cross surgical dressings and sewing room. Join your friends for an appetizing, cool ing luncheon at Tea Cup Inn. If you were unable to meet thr terms of sale of a Iillierty bond In MMt campaign, cortnlnly yon cuu buy several War Having stamp. The exhibit of Young's Chicago art galleries still la attracting atten tion and Interest at the Tulsa Art and tiift Phop, 620 South Main street.. Thr newest are thosn with fine mesh over the face and a' deep border under the chin. The skin requires more than the Usual attention to keep It In condi tion this trying weather. Our as tringent treatment prevent exces slvo perspiration and otherwise aid beauty and healthfulness. The Vogue Marlnello shop, 17 East Fourth street. The woman who travel In a suit should have 2 or S smiirt vests uf pongee and while pique. Our tea and luncheon room, al ways cool and attractive. Is an Ideal place in which to linger for lunch or a drink. Delicious ice cream, milk and fruit concoctions. The Superior, 614 South Main street. In shoes, the baby Krenrh heel, plain pump and new colonial soat pump vie with each other for popu larity. IOvely'summer hat In rose, tur quoise and white chenille, ostrich feather with mailine covering, and tnfft-ta and georgette combination. Some pretty things In satin embroi dered In yarn also are being shojvn at Miss Herold's, ti. West Third Are yon giving a portion of your time each day to war work? If not, liu should not let another day ipass mil bout looking up the ncarcHt licit Cross workrtMirrt In the neighborhood In which you lire. Fine New Rug v Patterns Our rug stock represents makes from the foremost manufacturers whose products are well known for excellent quality. Also rugs for porch use. Buy Rugs Here at a Saving Or for that matter any other article of furniture for the home. Cash or Credit . E. SVCCKSSOR TO 6kL.IIOM A 207 East Second Read the World's Want Ads ays War Savings Staipt and liabu liorul Wctk is icith us. Again ns they have in the Liberty Loan and lied Cross campaigns of the pant, will the women of Tulsa prove their patriotism and loyalty by aiding the men "go over the top." Uncle Sam fig. ures you should, buy a Baby Bond for inch $100 of your income per month. So if you can not aid in the campaign, your bit will consist in the purchase of lUihij bond. The combination of a beautiful portrait artistically framed, can lie secured only at the de iliieMre Hivkln studio. The newest thiei: in frame for tho army man's picture. West Fourth street. An lndlsiiensablo nej'essory of tho June war bride' trousseau Is tile "war-bride" lint which I saw In Hie window of a fasblonnblo shop ii?. terday. If your skin needs building up and improving, and every woman's dues at this season of the year, try Mury Ahbie akin food. The Mary Alibis hair tonlo also will be found an ,-iul to-beauty during tha warm season, when he halt la likely to begin f ill ing. Mary Abble lleauty Pr.rlnr. -113 Robinson building. ltmr (ni-nciin" mill ni rniiinii i ois! day should lie In proportion to the work you are doing ut the Kid Cross rooms. Handsome wool and silk suits for the vacation outing at a great sav ing. The Demorest Ladies' Shop, 60 South Main street. Flower toque still are considered smart and stylish, hut the hat with flower cmwn nnd braid or fabric, brim chupcau Is by ull odds tlic fa vorite. Have yon ever had luncheon ot dinner at the Superior Tea room? If not you have misRed a rare treat. Business men and wortien's luncheon 36 cents. Dinner CO nnd 75 cents. After all a one-piece dress of taf feta or suiln Is the most satlsfnelorr garment for train or motor travel. Do not he misled In the matter of trunks, suitcases, grips, etc. Ws have the exclusive agency for the Hartmann wardrobe trunk. The Elephant Trunk factory, 108 South Main atreet. A sleeveless Shetland sweater should Me a part of yotirfvacuiion wardrobe. Your feet also need special atten tion these w'arm summer clays. We. employ two graduate chiropodists, whose work has proved entirely sat isfactory with both men nnd women. The Vogue Marlnello shop, 17 Fast Vourth street. By nil mean you will need a trim looking traveling suit for your vaca tion. All Ihe department stores nnd women's shop are offering these a!-. a wonderful saving now. Do not wait too long to take advantage of the opportunities offered. A Size Tor Every Room AVCTIOX FirtXiTPHF, CO. " Phone 236 Rawlings CI tie ita own condition. I "-try lnM'jnwi'jiii'U'SWlwgwnnwrwe?iy;W i e-