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VULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1018
WORKMEN'S COUNCIL
NOW GOVERNS KIEL
V ,iIpi . Soldiers anil laborers Rolrp
' ,iili,.rll.v ami lwi- ITKjumu.
(l,,n riillHliiR lU-voliillon.
ORDER NAVY FROM HARBOR
MilJiary lYlMmcrs Arc to lc Ho
rower In Tuki-ii Our
lliiii- Try to "I'pwwt Oiulircok.
. , Nov. 7. "Wis Herman :
i, 'iin.s iiave derided to supides
?.',; ,,'w,uti'" ' Klel. cr.oTliug 10
, 'ivit-urauh. tfrvt'iul liun-
i ... diers f r..iu Klctiinurn Inland
, ordered to Kiel. The work
I ,,'and soldiers .o.inr'il. tli.sr- u.l
,n ;!, I'.-is decided to make u
)i'ai.!.uin ri Mbtance.
K ,1 m (-'"verned by the murirurs,
li, is and wurkt-rs uuunr-U. All tlie
ur,oi... .s Mn been occupied . by
, i ir.M,i.! The street car lines ;uid
.,j arc under tho control iif
he .,rkuiem council. There have
ln no diamrbanci-8.
After u conference botween Secrc
, f, u statu lliiiiHtiian and leiu:y
We and the workmens and sul
,'liets coWil the following proc'ama.
t.on " l.-wueo:.
Comrade Kor the first t!mo po-li-ir.il
power is In the hands of Iho
.uIJ-.ts Great work Ilea before UK.
Hut 'in order that Ha rt-aiizai Inn
tan take l:ace Uih oncanlwUlon if
u,ir movement neceHHary. Uc
have fi rmed a council of workmen
ml soldiers and It will be resnon
Wbl tr Hie preservation of order."
Tn foliowiuK pointa were passed
by Ihe council:
Kirst --.Secretary HauKxmaji will
Use n'n ll,at Uio demands of the
aoUlrirs and workmena council shall
It forwarded to the ralchstan.
Second--nm linmedlato cessation
of ' all military measures directed
arainst the movement of the coun-
C'Third --The navy has been ordered
to I'ave the harbor.
Fourth MitlUiry. prisoners to be
released.
LONDON. Wednesday, Nov. 6.
Members of h bttleahi Kaiser at
Kiel have mutinied a-nd hoisted the
atteniDtinir tu de
fend the (jorman f'.an wore over
powered and two 01 mem. m.-iumuE
the commander, were killed. A num
ber of others were wounded, accord
ing to the C'oloK'ie liuzetle.
Three companies of infantry were
Hem from Kiel to restore order. They
immediately Joined the revolution
and a fourth company was dis
armed. Ijunnic last niKhl huK.sars sunt
to Kiel from A andnbeck wero en
countered ouLslde of Kiel by soldiers
with machiiiu guns and forced them
to turn back.
Tho soldiers council has decided
that all officeia iiiu.st remain at their
present pouts but mu.-it obey the
(ouiul , whb li controls all fond sup
plies. .Machine kuiis are mounted in
'arums pans of the city. Cuxhaen
and Willieliiinh.'iveii are ipilet.
An Amsterdam dlspalen to the K
ihaiiKu Telegraph company says that
two battleships, the Kaiser and the
SchleswiK-HoUteln, were seised by
Hid mutineers and that 20 officers.
Including two captains, were killed.
It Is reported (lie K.irris.ni at Kiel
refused tu march to tho harbor and
that the sailors threatened to blow
up the battleships if attacked. They
aro defending the ships and refuse
to return to their duties until a treaty
of peace Is nittned Admiral .Soui'luui.
Kovcrnor of tho part, liavlnn asked
Iho muiiilneers what they wanted,
has1 aproved u.l their demands. In
rludimr even their refusal to Kilute
officers, It Is Bald.
BRITISH AIRMAN SURVIVES !
FIGHT WITH SIXTY HUNS!
UNVERIFIED REPORTS
CAUSE WILD TRADING
Nw York Stork Ll.l.
FURTHER ALLIED AID IS
REQUESTEDU BY RUSSIANS
WASHINGTON. Nov. 7 l'urther
and iinmerriate aid from the allied
and American governments in rld
dimr I'ikkiii of boislieviki control
and re-istablishiiiK order is asked In
an appeal addressed to President
Wilson by tiie cwisolidated Itussian
proviM.on il (iivcriiiiii'iit at i Husk and
delivered to Secretary Laiislm; to
day by Hons li.ikhmeteff Kusslan
ambassador to tho 1 nite.l States.
Alter dcscriloriK the rcin of ter
ror inaugurate,! n eeutral Itussia
by tho boIsheikl anda-seriinK that
control by this element is made pus
slide only throiiKli Herman inllu
ence, the appeal said aid already ex
tended to Russia by the allies will
be in vain, "if the new help arrives
too late." It adds that every hour
of delay "threatens with Innumer
able calamitlefl ltus.ua, the allies and
other nations "
rarllament I'axiwfi Women's mil.
LONDON, Wednesday, Nov. i. -The
house of commons today passed
on third reading the lilll permitting
women to sit in parliament.
By The Aiuxwiaird I'rrns
WITH TIIK AI,IK1 AltMl! IN
FRANC K AND I'.KMilf.M, Nov. 6
One of the most daring and gallant
deeds has been added to the records
of the Hrltmh air force In u battle
recently fought In the Mormal forest
by a llritlsh major, working single
handitd In a fast scouting machine.
The major Imd engaged a German
airplane and almost before he real
ized It was surrounded by a great
flight of enemy machines, which at
tacked him fiercely from all sides. A
battle royal ensued, which lasted
about an hour, during which the
Hrltlsh airman was attacked bv huc
cessue flighta of enemy planes until
he had given battle to butween bu
and CD.
Karlly In the fight the major sus
tained three severe and crippling
wounds, one arm and both legs be
ing rendered virtually helpless,
lu-splte his Injuries and the fact that
he was almost unconscious at times,
he continued to fight until by bril
liant and fast maneuvering he man
aged to ittiape to his own lines, lie
hud destroyed four hostile planes
iind driven down out of control be
tween four and six.
The llrlilsh airman Is In a hospital
and will probably recover.
ALLEGED LUMBER FRAUDS
CAUSE THIRTEEN ARRESTS
NF.W YOltK. Nov 7 With the
irns! it 13 officer and employes
of the Coastwise Lumber ft Supply
Co. today. It wis d.sclnsed by fed
eral officials that an alleged con
spiracy has hern in progress to de
fraud the government of thousands
of dollars through not delivering
lumber for which tho Rovernment
paid
The company's government con
tracts are said to aggregate be
tween $-.Odn.ioin and J1I nno.niio and
to Involve the supplying of lumber
for Camp I'pton Ijong Island; the
coastal naval air station at Newport.
It. I ; the army piers at Hoboken.
N. J . and other army post as well
for the l nlted States shipping board
and the custom service.
The warrants for the arrests were
said to have been Issued at the re
finest of Attorney General Gregory,
who Is understood to have person
ally supervised the lmiuiry.
New York l icliange Closes Marly
Hut Volume of lliislneas Keeps
Officials Itusy shares High.
Nirw VdllK, Nov. 7. - Wall slreet
experienced one of the w!ldit and
most bewildering sessions In Its
varied experience today, the stock
market responding feverishly to un
confirmed reports of the signing ef
the peace armistice with Germany
The financial community accepted
the reports und gave itself over a de
lirium of bullish enthusiasm.
In recognition nf the desire of the
brokers to celebrate, the authorities
of the exchange suspended operations
half an hour abend tif the regular
period, but Ihe press of business as
represented bv buying orders was
so great that final transactions were
not recorded until some la minutes
later.
Stock opened at gains of I to .1
points, cables from neutral points
telling of revolts and mutinies in the
German nrlnv and nat), inviting
further extension of long aceoiinls
Italia and oils were among the first
shares to make strong response, high
lass transportations mounting to
the ear s lust prices at gross gams
of 2 to 7 points Mexican I'etroleiini
rose almost ill points anil related
shares 2 to f, Motors, coppers ami
peace specialties finished net ad
vances of to 4 points
Hallway bonds gained 1 to 4 per
cent, various foielgn Issues I to 'I I J
but l.lbertv Issues were barely firm
Old I'nlted S'ates bonds were un
changed mi rail.
CblrMO Provisions.
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Poultry- Alive hmrr, fiiwlll, Ulut-ar.
iprmicii. il-t'c. turk. :ilr.
Ktnsu City Provisions.
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smi otl EnndDuagUn f r dDM
MILLIONS of pounds of meats are
being called for by the Government More
than one-third of the energies of all the Armour plants are
being devoted to meet that demand to help win the war.
This means that we must dis
tribute the remainder of our
available supply very care
fully. One section must not
be permitted to suffer from an
under-supply of any particu
lar kind of food when this
might be avoided by simply
preventing over-supply in
some other locality.
In solving this problem the
local Armour Branch House
(and all our similar Branch
Houses at other points) play
an important part
For each knows the needs of
the community it serves.
Our Branches all know what
foods are available from out
side sources what alterna
tive foods must be supplied
what "out-of-season" prod
ucts are needed. And they
also know how much less
than the normal supply of
shipped-in foods will be ade
quate at any time, so that
the Army and the home
folks may be sufficiently fed.
Some of my important duties
here as the local .Armour
Manager are: To study the
requirements , of this terri
tory; to be in constant touch
with the sources of supply;
where possible, to prevent
shortages; to specify the fcods
most needed.
And the best way I can serve Armour and Company is to serve the
merchants and the people of this community to the utmost of my ability.
H. M. McKay
Manager Tulsa Branch House
Telephone 105-859
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at Vandcvcrs
No phono onlors hour pnlo items cannot
be sent 0. O. D. no churuoH fhop by the
flock for articles po on sale profnptly.
Hour Sale 9 until 10 a. m.
Women's "Mendel" House
Dresses, $3.49
Made of gingham ami pi mile; plain col
ors, stripes and plaids; Ioiir sleeves; regu
lar .$.') and $r.r0; sizes .'IG to 4(5,
Hour Snle 10 until 11 a. m.
Children's Gingham Dresses,
$1.69
Plaids, stripes ami plain colors; regularly
$2..r)0 ami ?2.7."; sizes 2 to 11 years. See
t ond floor.
Hour Salt; 11 until 12 noon
Women's Outing Gowns, $1.15
Good heavy outing; pink anil blue stripes;
all regular sizes; regularly $2.00. Second
floor.
Hour Sale 1 until 2 p. m.
Society Silk, 49c
36-inch ; purple, gray, cream, orange, green
and white.
Hour Sale 2 until 3 p. m.
Voile and Batiste Waists, $3.75
White only; hand-made batiste; very at
tractively hemstitched; just three dozen in
the lot; regularly $6.50.
Hour Salis 3 until 4 p. m.
Sheffield Silver, 49c
Powdered nugar holders marmalade jara,
mustard jars, bud vases, pickle and olive
dishes, etc. ; worth up to $1.50.
Hour Sale 4 until 5 p. m.
Embroidery Edging, 5c
One lot, comprising lace embroidery edg
ing and embroidery; up to 2 inches; regu
larly up to 10c yard.
Hour Sale 5 until 6 p. m.
Children's Drawers and Shirts,
a Garment, 35c
Regular Prices up to $1.25
Munsjng and other well known makes
both part wool and cotton; fuzes from 4 to
12 years; a big table full of them.
Yandever's Sale of Thanksgiving
Linens Is In Progress
.Every piece of Table Damask, Lunch
Cloths, Napkins radically reduced.
The Sale of Handkercliefs
Continued
The pavings are unusual; everytning
eluded.
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Oklahoma Hospital
Konrlre Consist of
1st. Fireproof bulldlntf arranged for
a purpoRo.
2nd. Modern and cnmplcta equip,
tnent under oris roof.
3rd. Chnrnrter, experience and akIU
of attendant.
lr. rml S. ntiimn. rrrsliIi-nU
Mlna II. . '. .Irurlrr, It, N.
Superintendent
lr. I.ytlo Athrnon
I test (ton t I'hysUlHn
Ninth and Jurkmm Street
J'lione Una k 3 9 Vt
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I'lioiiB U ) ' li-17 West Archer
11 ATCtJlF.lt PRODUCK CO.
Wholesale Jobbers
Creamery Mutter and Kggs
(lootl Eggs Always
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YEIr. Arthur
Ear Campbell
Noae .
Throat
Mayn nidg
rtiiino . 198.
Ilcadquartera for fCryptok Ienaea
New Locution 10 Weal Third
rhone 847S
MATERNITY HOSPITAL
Krflrlent trained nurses. Ilable
Hilnited If desired.
1103 W. MAIN ST.
fiklah.ima City, OUla.
QIIANNON'Q
3 FURNITURE O
Kichnnge New for Old
14 and It West Second
& CDr.I. Angstreich
W OPTOMBTRI8T
with
HARRY HEILBR0N
JEWELER
Second and Main Thona 11T
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Cbleairo Orsln Eania. ReeelpU, 10,000; steady. BeeTsa, $7.80(S
nilCAtH), Kot. 7.-'lo'lay's ' 00.
... lle IlereipU, 1.000: 102")fl "Ware.
lorn- Open I nf , II-..,.. n.O.'.W 1 7.8 V
Nn. ... IS'i , ; J Jf ' -shwp Reeeipta. 750; fteadf.
l,e ... 1 30 ' 1 " i OOiaii.00.
al , ,tu. 11 ,
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vo'j"rd ;r. 7-. '"'flTn
n-. -J. ili'.U iiio iii i
Jan. . .2M)i -4 15 1
Gay W. MoCulloch H. n. Chaffln
MOWBRAY
UNDERTAKING CO.
OPEN HAY AND NlOItT
BERVICB
THE CHILDREN'S DAY
NURSERY
TIT BOUTU.CHEYENNB
.rilONB 100
Children Cared for Durlnr Worklnf ,
or Hbopplng Hours
W. J. GREGG L. J. MARTIN
Attorn eys-at-Law
Eichanga National Dank Bunding
Tulaa, Oklv ,
AUGUSTA F0URNIER
0M0HUNDR0 s
Teacher of Voice.
Btudlo 1!20 N. Denver
rhone tl4t
EDNA B, FARIS
PUBUC STENOGRAPHER
NOTARY PUBLIC
Room 530 Mayo Building ,
Thona 7985.
SAM'L. A. B00RSTIN
ATTOUNET AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW
(12-11-14 Wright Uldg,
Law of Oil and Oaa I
Law of Corporation
fHONP Till
CHAS. H. MERILLAT
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Bond BuUdtng. Waahlncton. li. 0.
Oil, das and Indian Matters
fort Worth Lire Btora.
FORT WOHTH, 'lei , Nor. 7 -
Imba,
St. LotiU Uts Bto.
T IOI'It". Not 7. Ilmra lOfliltf
lriwrr recHiuta. 14 SO0. I i r lila. $!7.&U'ri
isofi. pin 14 7if(l 60; mi led ami
l.uuh.ra I7 4i'n)IH 30; bearr. fls.aodv
is .ui; bulk, I17.!0(s is. 10.
faille Rteadr: rereipta, . 010. Nalire
I hni'f ateeri 1 1 1 liO la 1 8 'id ; ynariinf t.ira
2"l,riiaiid heifers. 'l..llf. 15 Ml; fowl. 7.50's
-4 1' 12 SO; atm-keri and feeder!. S.50' 12.00 ;
fair hi i-rimr aouthem beat ataera. tlOOO'i
I H ni; rt ioa and heiferi, 7.S0 15.,u ;
-(lattle i nam. ca iea, 17 7'i(a 1 7.V j.
Dr. E.G. Badger L I
National AflsociationX J)
CHIROPODIST Z
IHV2 East Third St.
Phone 2810 Tulaa, OkJa.
WOODSON E. N0RVELL
Attorney
Now Txicateil In Unity Bonding
Suites 101-111
21630
New Orlaani Cotton Futnrst.
KBW flKIiM NK No 7. (iotloD doled
at a decline of Its to 39 points.
Huh U rloe
79 7'l sa -ri 2 7 I
'ja fio 27 :n "i d" I
VS 40 'J7 CO V7 7H
'.x f.O in ' I '-'I 40
: 2T.3 !t7.il -7.-0
flei-.
.Ian.
Mar.
Vv
Eariaaa Cltv Prodnc.
KANSAS ( ITV. -No. i. Butler,
chaniteil.
fcisa VncliBt)d ;
John McCormack
CONVENTION HALL
NOVEMBER 20th
Seats Now on Sale From 12 to 2
Jenkins Music Co.
GRAND
Theater Stock Company
will oprn aa soon a the, qnanui
tine Is llft.il. with
"The Cabin in the Hills"
Cllfr IliwiUnirs anil Lnrrna Tol
muii In 1 1 leading luirta.
HOTEL1 OXFORD
Strictly modern, steam heat, hot
und cold runnlni; water in every
rnoni, private bulh, mums slnglo
or ennulte. Kates 15 per week
and up. Corner Third and De-trolC.
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