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,j-tT.'.-,j,tv;...aii'.-!C'-"'' r TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, SETT. 2o, 1918. TULSA TO CARE FOR HER HOMELESS BOYS Hare EoatablLshrd Institution to Teach Them How to Live and B VacfuL MEDICAL ATTENTION GIVEN Ikjr Ilrqulrrd to Work and Give Ierrc-nlAge of learnings to the Home. Tuuia Roji' Home" u the nam Pf one of Tuisait urwti: institutions t.btabllshef' t 712 S. Boston, about a month wnh tho purpose "to help hon. t boys help them- ItlVM." The home comes out of a move ment to establish a homo for neg lected and delinquent boys from 11 to IS who have romo to Tulsa, lured by the promine and rumoxs of fabulous salaries, u has been made possible through the different clubs of the city who, aproached by upeakers, heartily pledged to sup port It and subscribed enough to keep up the home for a year. It la not a charitable Instutlon or an or phan asylum, but a home to which the boys pay f0 per cent of their wage for lis upkeep. Already four homelyns boys are being cared for anil mothered by the matron, Mrs. Minnie 11. Mason. One little fellow expresses his thankful ness by saying: "This Is the only home I've ever had." Two of the boys, Rov Peters and (;n Atkins work 'jr tun Sinclair Oil rorhpany In tr day time and will attend night school. Another one, John liverns, 1 being given medical at tention and as soon as he Is cured will receive the first schooling he has ever had. In connection with the home, plana are being made to turn the ga.age into a hospital ward where the boys may he riven free medical attention. So often they are In need of treatment when they are first taken In. O. 8. Hurkholdcr. W. F. Ft.ih! and Clark Field have been chosen from the board of directors as an admittance committee to pass on those boys to enter the home, other directors are: J. A. Hull, president, '. E. Ruchner, secretary, K. p Harwell, treasurer. Mrs. C. F. Tar red. Mr Wm. Miller Ross, Mr. Joe Koy, H. G. Barnard, Frank Krantz, F. D. Oiler, Al Farmer, O S. Avery, A. V. Davenport. V. M Mount, and Orra K. Ipp. The home is only partly furnished and Mrs. Mason, In charge., Is very anxious for donations of a stair carpet, small tuks. pictures, good books, linens and musical Instru ments. Those who have anything they wou'd like to give shoulji call Mrs, Mason at 1 1 78 at the Roys' boms, or report to the Y. M. C. A. Among the rules and regulations governing the home, are the condi tions that boys are only admitted by a chosen committee front the board t of directors; all hoys must pass a physical examination by the house doctor before entering the home; 11 boys are taken care of by the home and given free medical atten tion; boys must report to the matron not later than 9:30 every evening; sll boys pay a percentage of their Income toward the upkeep of the home; aside from a regular Sunday Chaperon for Maryland Division rr . : -. . - - A Wjv' Hi1 "; . A Mrs. Essie Overton Sykes, who has been honored with the appomtmnft of chaperon for the Maryland division Hons of Veterans. Is a nieee of cf). JYesley Glass and Cavalryman John M. (ilass, C. a A., of west Tennessee. Mrs. fciykes is typically southern, she having been reared in Tennessee and educated at the Meridian Women's college. Since her residence In Okla homa she has been prlmlnently identified in both the stale and loral chap ter U. I). C. organizations, as well as the civic and club life of the city. mornlnjj chapel the toys will be en couraged to attend Sunday school ami' i-hurch. This is the only Institution of Its kind in the world and Is a home af fair heraufte of the small number admitted, 26 being the maximum. Through he home Atmosphere use ful citizens will be made out of boys that would otherwise be a detriment The Y. M. C. A. will promote actlvl. ties for Hoys' home Inmates, and on different evenings the various clubs of the lilies will visit the home. The big brother movement will also be inaugurated In connection witrr the institution. The home was opened yesterday for Inspection by the public, fianta Fe Accepts Contract., NEW YORK. 8pt ti Directors of the Atrhlsnn. Topeka & Santa Fe railroad today voted to recommend to stockholders the acceptance of the government's compensation con tract for use of the road by the rail road administration. JUDGE SAYS HE WOULD HAVE DONE SAME THING WICHITA. Kan., Sept. 14 'If I were in charge of, and counting money for, the richest corporation In the world for 115 a month and my children facing death from star vation or by freenng I do not know but what I should have done like wise. Dismissed. l'ay tho $U00 whenever you are able." That was thn finding of Federal Judre J. '. Pollock in the case sgalnat Mrs. .Maudo M. Qualfe of Pence, Kansas, who confessed to embezzling $200 while servlnf as postmistress at Pence. The defend ant, a frail little woman of 35. told the court of having three small children dependent upon her for surport, of having been deserted by her husband and how finally, with three babes facing death by starva on, she took the money entrusted to her. Steed WafcSt i CONTINfEn HJOM 1'KEfKPINO TAOE Genera; Steele to re entallisli au thority In tho Indian Territory. In the following December he was re lieved of the command, end tlenersl K. H. M.ixey, a weaker ma ll, suc ceeded him. Kven the brae Stand Watie hist heart, and 'h.ir .1 In a letter to the I'reek Indiana Uiat Itirutiipetenry on the part of Miinmlin ate nmnianders hent here by the t'nnfcdc rata war department was recpunMble for their downfall, lit made a mat effort to le-ieuDlUh confidence In the Con federate cau.-e, but 1i:h efforts did not avail nun h. The following par 4Ki.ili uppuna in Inn litler to Hie Creehh; "Tim promi.cd protection of the Confederal.- eminent, nwitix. I am couipi ileil to say. to the trl.inng IneflHiein y nf n.s subordinate aKin: has ac t oinpltalied inUluilK. It has bf-t-n a nse.isrt and expensive page ant, an objei i for the Mirri'M of our eiieiuiis and llic bhaine of our friends 1 fear that we cun reason ably look for no changu lor the bet ter, lul that the Indians will have at I i-' to rely upon themeelves alone ii Uif se nf th ir country. If we puxnchs the spirit of our fore fathers, and are ronolved never tu be ciikIhwiI hv an inferior race, and tro.l,ltii under the lei t of an ignorant and insolent foe. we, the t'rreks, f'hort.iws. i.'lili k ieav.s, Seiiiloles and t'herokees. neer can be conquered by the Kansas Jnyliawkc: i. renegade Indians and runaway negroes." Oener.il M.txey attempted but onl rie axainn the federals that re sult. -d in profit. Ho sent (ienerals Watie and llano on an expedition to tha Kansas border to intercept a force of federals en route to this iiriloty. They fe.l upon the fed erals unawares, killed a number and captured a wagon train worth a million dollars. This succeHS In stilled new confidence Into thn Con fedeiate sympathizers In the Indian Territory, but it was to bo short lived. Tho failure of the expedition under Ceueral Sterling Price Into Missouri and Kaunas ended Confed erate iii tivHy went of the Mississippi, The great conflicts In Virginia, ami the muateily retreat of the Army of Tennessee, under Central Joseph K. Johnston, from Pulton to Atlanta, foliawing Uin batt of Missionary Itiiige. called for every man the Confederacy could muster. The life of the southern rituxe was wrapped in the succcks of Its armies else whore, and the west was abandoned .o the enemy. Indian Territory soon ecame overrun with the outlaw Mass from several qnarters of the globe and chaos was tho rule rather than the exception. A, few brave spirits were left, however, among whom General Stand Watle was the leader, and they rendered most val uablo service III holding barbarism down to the minimum. CVtun I .inter Kolea. WASHINGTON, Sept. 24. To connerve car space and lessen con gestion at terminals the railroad ad ministration today ordered that after October 1 that cotton and cotton linters must b loaded 76 bale or mora per car. fi - 1 II ! j ti i i i t i ! f i t i CLOCO GASOLINE CO. MANUFACTURERS OF CASINGHEAD GASOLINE SUITE 409 UNITY BUILDING TULSA WELGO M E! United. onfederate Veterans and Visitors V We are indeed glad to welcome you to Tulsa, the Wonder City of the world, knowing that the fervor of patriotism you bring with. you these strenuous times, will inspire us one and all to greater deeds and greater sacrifices. We hope you will prolong your stay with us for the coming winter and permit us to show you what a "warm reception" we can give and how comfortable we can make your stay, through the medium of our natural gas supply. Oklahoma Natural Gas Company Oklahoma Gas Building Fourth, West of Boulder i 1 i'i.