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f ULSA DAILY WOKLD, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1918.
11 SULTAN OF TURKEY, MOHAMMED, IS DEAD Thirty-Fifth Ruler of Land, and Ally of Germany, Answers Summon at Constantinople. BROKE RELATIONS WITH U.S. Declared Intentions to Stick Willi Huns to Knd; Entrance lu . War PUantrouK. . AMSTERDAM. July 4. Moham med V, sultan of Turkey, died at 7 o'clock last night, says a Constanti nople dispatch received here today by way of Vienna. , Mohammed V, thirty-fifth sover eign of Turkey In direct descent of the house of Omnan, founder of the empire, came to a throne by a coup d'etat on April 27, 1909, after hav ing been held for 33 years a pris oner by his brother, Sultan Abdul 11 in the royal palace and gardens in Constantinople. The scheming Ab dul 11 Intended that his own son, 1'rlnce Burhan Kdlne, described as the "most brillant and gifted of the princes of fho house of Osman." should succeed him. Hut this plan was thwarted when parliament de posed Abdul and placed his prisoner brother, Mohammed Keschnd Kf fendl, on the throne ag Moham med V. Mohammed V was born In Con stantinople, November 3, 1 845. He was of a studious disposition and read widely In Turkish literature. Ills long Imprisonment with lack of exorolBe and rich Uvlnir. undermined his health and several times he was reported dead or seriously ill. Knunrl Young Turks. At his accession he espoused the cause of the young Turks, the party which was formed In opposition to the form and ceremony of his brother's reign. L'pon the deposi tion of Abdul, Mohammed was. wel comed by them as a champion of freedom. He promised a progressive reign In a speech from the throne read by the frrand vitier. lie was. however, merely a pawn of the young Turk party. In 1913, at the outbreak of the present war, Mohammed Issued a proclamation blaming the triple en. tente with thrusting war on Turkey He exchanged telegrams of greeting with the German emperor, from whom he later received the Iron Cross. When England and France declared that a state of war existed with Turkey he arranged to Bend troops to Germany whenever needed'. In return he was appointed field marshal by the German emperor and received the baton of that of fice from Field Marthul von Mack ensen. Broke Willi I'. S. In February, 1 U 1 7, In a speech In parliament, the sultan promised Turkish participation In the war un til the end. and declared the alliance forced him to break relations with the t'nlted States. The TurkUh empire paid dearly for his entry Into the great war. Itus si overran Armenia and the British drove the Turks f.ir un the valley of the Kuphr-itis and the Tigris and tok Jerusalem, Itasdud and other important e!ne from them with great loss nf life and treasure. I'n der him Turkey hns become virtually a German vassal In the autocratic scheme of the German powers for Teutonic, ascendency in central Eu rope,. The next heir to the throne. Vus seff Izzcdune. is the son of the lute sultan. Abdul Aziz, and was, there fore, first cousin of Mohammed V. Mohammed's eldest ton, Zia F.ddlno, a man now over 30, Is ninth In the line of succession. H In The Oil Fields Sunnv No. 1 In the southwest corner: of the northeast of 21-13-12. 1 The Gladys Belle OH company has a machine up for No. 1 on the V. W. ! Mai tin farm In the northwest comer of tho southwest of the southeast of I 4-13-12. AKDMOIIF The Montana nil! company Is shut down at l.Ohn fen on the t'ullins No. 1 In the southwest 1 coi ner of the northeast of the south- ' east of 21-3s-2e. MOHMSJ. H. Rebold has a ri up for No. 3 on the McKlnley Mon day farm in the northeast corner ft, the southeast of H-13-14. WAITF.H.S The Cartert Oil com pany Is unde.reamlng to 1.390 fe.-t on the Eastman farm In the north east coiner of S6-4"-12w. OFFERS TO PAY BILUFJT FAILS "I Certainly Do Believe in Tanlac," He Says; Gains Twenty Pounds. "You must know I hellevo Jn Tan- Oac when I have bought fifteen bot tles. Hut the few dollars it cost me amounts to only a trifle as compared to what I have received In return, for 1 wouldn't take hundreds of dol lars for the uood the medicine has done me." said J. D. English, an emolove of the cltv of ErTaso. Tex-"-..sldlng at 910 East Fourth street. ...j tothre' years ago." contin ued Mr. English. "I was Just about strong and healthy as most any man vou'll find. Then 1 lost mv an oelite and began to fall off In weight and go down hill. Mv old-time ener gy and vitality left me. I suffered often with nervousness and'head uche and kept getting worse up"' I could hardlv get out of bed In the mornings. Mv wife would almost have to yank rne out of bed and to tell vou the truth, my condition was getting critical. "1 finally decided to sse what Tanlac would do for me and 1 be gan to Improve right away until now I have gained more than twenty pounds and am feeling a hundred ner cent fine when It comes to health, strength and Wergvr I act ually feel as good as I did when I was a bov. I'm the first one no In the mornings and 1 can do as much work in a day as anyone nnd not feel the least bit tired. I am now telling mv f. -lends who I know to be in a rundown condition like 1 was If they take Tanlac and It don't help them I'll nav the bill, and I mean It. I certainly do believe In Tan lac. I consider It the finest medi cine ever sold In a drug store, and ' I guess I ought to know." Tanlac Is sold In Tulsa bv Roy Oetpisn's Itexall drug store, the Ouaker Drug rnmnanv and leading druggists and dealers everywhere. Adv. CONTINUED OM I'AUK TKN. M M1I.I The Yellow Hill nil company has allocation on the Ed mond Kussell farm In th southeast corner of the southwest of the south west of 1R-r.s-4e. The Kanoky Gil company found a sand at. 4.10 feet In its well on the Arbuckle farm In the northwest cor ner of the southwest of the south east of 2.ri-5s-r,e and at 1 screw In. the well is making fOO.000 feet of gas and Is estimated good for & bar rels of oil. TIPTON The Mldhoma Oil com pany Is totting the fi-lneh ai to feet on the test In the northwest cor ner of 36-ln-lSw. MAXlTOf The McTom Oil & Gns Co. has moved out tools on the wr. In the southeast corner of the north east of 29-ln-16w at 300 fect. ' KINGSTON voster Newman No. I on inu fli. jinw c mioi in ion norm west corner of the southeast of 2t-tis-6e is a location. Dt'ltANT Fitch and associates are shut down on the C. Colbert No. 1, In the southeast corner of the northeast of the southwest of 1-us-Je at 9!n feet. W F. Weeks Is shut down at 1.762 feet for funds on the Jefferson farm In the center of the north half of the southeast of the northwest of l.Ss-8e. The Blue Hell No. 1. Albeit James farm In the southeast corner of the noi'theast of the northeast of 31-fis-7e Is drilling at 800 feet. Alit'KX The Homaokla Oil com pany is drilling the U llarjo No. 12 in tiie northwfKt corner of tho north east of the southwest of 2ti-Cn'-8. No. 13 In the center of tho east line of the southeast of the nurthwmt Is rigging up- Tlin sumo company has mads a location for No. , Adalene Jackson farm In tho southwest corner of the southeast of 27-b-S. I.VIS-Tho W. J. Pcott No. 1 on the Ellis Fierce farm In the south east corner of the southwest of Vhe northeast of 24-ls-2o Is shut down at 1,2s 7 feet. CAI.MV The well In the north east corner of the southwest of ihe northeast of 33-6n-10e Is drilling at 335 feet. CKYSTAIi W. C. Wagner has a rig up for Maud Johnson No. 1 In tho southwest corner of 7-4s-13e. Personals D.VI? O. T. Nelson Is drilling at 4 70 feet on the Mat Wolfa No, 1 in tho northwest corner of the southeast of the southeast of the southeast cf 17-ln-2e The Carter-Garvin Oil' company No. 1 on tho G. Finlayson farm In tho southwest corner of the south east of tho southwest of D-ln-le Is stmt down at l,3l'j fect. IH'NCAX The Rock Falls Oil & Gas Co. Is shut down at 300 feet on the Peacock farm In the northwest corner of the northeast of the south east of 17-ln-sw. The Duncan Petroleum company la drilling at 325 feet on the well In the southeast corner of tho northeast of the southeast of the northeast of 31-ln-7w. M'CritTAIX m'NTY The Colo-rado-Oklahoma Oil company Is drill ing at 2,215 feet on lb F. Richard son farm in the northeast corner of the southwest of the northeast of the southwest of 31-6s-19e. Fred IHnk has a rig up for No. 1 In the northwest corner of the south east of l(Ws-26e. WYXMAVOOU The .Nicholson and Mortimer test on tho Mcl.oon fnrm In the northwest corner of tho southwest of the southeast of 24-2n-lw is cleaning out at 1,600 feet. Kspcrson is drilling at 1,395 feet on the J. IVirrt farm In the center of the southwest of 32-2n-le., ADA The Twin State Oil com pany Is drilling at 50 feet on the Iiavis No. 1 in the northwest cor ner of the southeast o the south east of 12-2n-3e. PAFIyS VM,f,T.'V Tk OU Oil company Is drilllg at 1,260 foet on tho Uines No. 1 in the southit corner of the southwest of th northwest of 35-4n-le. M. B. Iom ns, of Sapulpa spent the 1 Fourth in Tulsa. tafson. has returned from a trip to ! Fort Worth and Shreveport. j Harold Wallace, banker of Ard. i more, was In Tulsa yesterday. j It. B. Tansel, of Anderson & Gus- ' W. It. Heydrlrk of Muskogee, oU I operator and producer, with large j holdings In Eastland county, Texas, j Hent tho Fourth In'Tulsa. j L. Tl. Klrkpatrl;k, special repre sentative of the .hukeside Refining j company, was in Tulsa,- on the i Fourth of July. ,1. F. Schauf. superintendent of j the lakeside Refining Company at i Okmulgee, Is spending the Fourth In Tulsa and Sapulpa. 3. V. McCormick, formerly with t tho International Refining com- j pany, has acepied a position with Anderson & Gustafson. J.W. Coast of Hartlesvlllc, who) Is one of the widely known Okla-i noma producers, is spending a few days in Tulsa with his son, J. W. Coast, Jr. OKMVIsTirTK "Alexander and oth ers are drilling at 275 feet on the P. What can I do?" Every good American wants to do some thing for the cause, and there are many - ways to help, even if you can't wear the "olive drab" or the "navy blue." One of them is to save on clothes so that more wool and labor can be released for war work. When you buy, get clothes that wear a long time; and look well as long as they wear. We're trying to help by selling only that kind of clothes. Wright Clothing Co. The home of Hart Schaffncr &. Marx Lead and Zinc Notes MIAMI, July 4. The end of this week will see the surplus ore In the Miami district completely exhausted( according to well-posted mining men, which means all gradts will seek a higher level and it is expected that it will go beyond tho prevailing prices of last week, which were the best for some time. The production has been on tho Increase the past two weeks, but the demand still exceeds the supply by nhout f0 per cent. La bor Is Boaroe and begins to loom up as a problem, though the wages are high. The exports of zinc have ex ceeded the production for some time, while the American government has been a heavy buyer, and under these conditions It did not take long to exhaust the surplus ore. Thn mine will close Thursday for the rest of the week, which will further reduce production, but It Is probable that a number of mills that have been Idle, making repairs and rlcai.: - up for some time will resume operations next week, thus Increasing the pro duction. As the mines of this dis trlct produce about three-fourths of the 7,lnc nf the nation, the operators In the field practically control the market, while most of the mines of other districts suspended operations some time ago, those In the Miami district , have been operating at a profit throughout the depression. There was. at the beginning of the year, a large surplus of ore In the country and though the surplus has been reduced some time aso to the point of exhaustion, the price re-1 mained down until about four or five ! weeks ago, when it began to advance. , j l4in week saw low grade rine at J5 ! and lead at $97. SO a ton, which is the j i best recorded for several weeks. The i demand Is greater than it hs ever, j been. It takes more lead and zinc j I to supply the armies, while the ordi- nary demands for speller is on the ! Ircrease and every Indication points I to the highest, level the market has j ever reached, j Tjutt week 1..M10 cars or more were i sent Into the district to be loaded: I with ore. some of these were ph!pp"d out last week, but others have been snt In for this week's shipment and It Is said this means a cleaning of the ore bins, making It necessary 'o start1 every mill next week to supply the demand, wdth the surplis exhausted this means a higher price than has prevailed for some time. The situa tion to the Investor never looked brighter and this is erpected to !-, followed by a period of 1eve!niwren' nnd expansion of the field, which will add a number of new mills and prove up additional ground. The American I,ead ft Zinc Co. r-rn-ts i-ond proere In the develop ment of Its prospect south ef Qoa naw In 34-21 i'3. There were a num ber of (rood boles drilled on this 2'i acre lease and a mill shaft has h.'-n sunk, lire found at th! location at a depth of 143 feet. This shaft l even feet In mineral and there i n distance of 14 feet yet to go. The assays on the dirt found here run from fi to 10 per cent. Drifting hns been done In a northeasterly direc tion from the mill shaft and another drift has been started. Prospecting has been active thrughut the dull perld. nnd "tmi the price warrants they can throw ; out a treat deal more ore everv 24 : hours than at any time since develop- j rnenl hecan In this ditrir.i tha I only difficulty that faces the pro- j docers at present Is the scarcity of labor. " ' 5, 10 and 15 Cent Store Announce Grand Opening Reception Friday, July 5th Afternoon 2:30 to 5:30 ORCHESTRA MUSIC livening 7:30 to 9:30 No Goods Will Be Sold on This Day NAY AT 8 A. M. SHARP Exceptional Values at 5, 10 and 15 Cents Come Early and Avail Yourself of the Opportunity to Get Some of the Values REMEMBER, WOOLWORTH'S HIGHEST PRICE 15c The following are a few of the regular items which we have on our counters every day Pen and Pencil Tablet , . C a Jtor OC Good Lead Pencils C- 2 for OC Men Hhoe Laces C- 2 pairs V Tearl Pultons C t cards Sewing Thread C 2 spools . i "Hold Fast" Mouse Traps C 2 for OC Spring Clothes Pin 10 for Safety Matches C packages 'c Coat and Hat Hack C 4 for ,c Oate Hooka and Kyea C for oc Ladles' Colored Cord Edge Hand- 1 f kerchiefs, 3 for ivc Whits ailkenuff 10c Envelopes 1 A 3 packages 1UC Darning Cotton 1 ft 3 spool 1VC Black Ink C bottle ' White Shelf ff I-aper 'c Toilet Taper roll ,c Memo Books C each ,c Safety Pins e card . Clark's Thread ,-, C spool oc Elastic Web (up to H-lnch) C yard ,c Idles Round Shoe Laces-. C pair oc Fish Rye Pearl Buttons C card a' Bnap Dress Fastener card , Toilet Pins , paper Elastic Hair Net each Rubber Finn Comb each 1 Pint Tin Cup each Water Tumbler each v Percolator Top '' each , , Glass Salt and Pepper each , Toy Balloons each Wood Suit Hanger each William's Shaving Hoap rake , Kitchen Knives v each Rubber Bath Tubing foot Handy House Brush each Men' IVhlt Handkerchief 2 for Turkish Wash Cloths 2 for "Woolen" Crochet Cotton Heavy Turkish Wash cloth Wax Paper (ISO sheets) w, roll f.. Novel (Good Reading) Elastic Webbing heavy yard Fancy Buttons card Ice Te Tumbler - each ,.5c 5c ' 5c 5c :.5q 5c 5c 5c 5c '5c ..'5c 6c "5c '5c 15c 15c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 15c Peroxide Hydrogen each Air Float Talcum Powder Powder pads Colgate' Tooth l'asta v Tetlow'i Faco Powder .' , , , Men's Shoe Holes each Ladles' Rubber Heel pair Bras Curtain Rod each t. Can Opener with Cork Screw .2 In t White Liquid Shoe - Cleaner Scrub Brushes Ladies' Vests, largo also . . . , Men' Hoso, all color pair '1., Infanta' Half Sock pair Ladles Hose pair , . . Large Straw Hal each Ribbon . yard Turkish Towels each Turkish Bib each I.eno Scrim Curtain Material yard Box Paper and Envelope box Pressing Comb each y. Men' Jther Pad Garters pair .10c .10c .10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c Purse, Leather each , Men' and Boy' Suspender each , Wash Tie, extra good each . Flour Sifter each Bread Pan each ....... Enamel Wash Basin each , RublierBall ,. each Qood Assortment, Toy cholc each Clothe Line , ' .. each ,. Full HIM Hammer " each i . i , ... Bad Iron Handle each V Bolstered. Table Knlvt and fork ! each Butcher Knlvea each Pad Lock each , Electric Light Bulb ' each Auto Standard Tap and Die (steel) each .... ........ i ,". , Galvanised .Wire Clothe Line each ,-, ,' ,v. Shoe Brushea each Whisk Broom each Beauty Halrburshe each Paint Brushes each Paint, Stain and Enamel can , . , . . Good Assortment Crockery eerh Good Assortment Table Qlawrwar ach ........ .,. 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15o 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c 15c A Fine Line of FRESH CANDIES A well Assorted Stockof Laces at 3 yards 5c, 2 yards 5c and 5c per yard A Good Assortment of Jewelry Nothing Over 15q Toilet Soaps 5c and 10c Toilet Articles of Quality 10c and 15c Visit Our Music Department All the Popular Song "Hits" 10c per Copy We Call Particular Attention to Our "NOTION DEPARTMENT" "Woolco" Crochet Cotton 10c Ball None BetterMade Exclusively for Us Hardware Department Wonderful Values Nothing Over 15c Watch Our Windows and Counters .1 WOOLWOR H GO W. L. M. HOFFMAN,-Resident Manager 320 SOUTH MAIN STREET TULSA, OKLAHOM. EBil