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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY. JUNE 22. 1019.
Page Organ Confesses Disease Germs Contained In Waters of Shell Creek In the light of subsequent events it is ap parent that Chas, Page, more than i year .in, had hia plana made to Baddle Tulsa with Shell creek as a source of water supply. The most striking instance of 'this is proven by the appearance of scarehead Htory in the Democrat during the early part. of M;iy hi t year, claiming that the UlneSS Of 50 Tulsa high school boys was the work of German agents who sought to destroy America's young manhood. So Startling were the claims made that the Council of Defense made an Investigation and the findings of that body arc herewith reproduced as they were printed in the Tulsa Morning Times of May 18, in which the waters f shell creek are condemned. Page's attempt to cover up the real situa tion by suggesting the German plot story was to keep the people of Tulsa from find ing out just how dangerous Shell creek water was. What must the public think of a man who is willing, nay, even plot., to force a poisonous water upon the people of his own city for the purpose of putting more dollars in a pocket already filled with il legitimate profits? Germany, as an enemy, COUld do no worse than this. What then can he the opinion about a man w ho would destroy his own race for ho paltry and un worthy a purpose. The officer who sank the Lusitania would be a preferable citizen. And, presuming failure to get over with the Shell creek proposition, how much bet ter is the condition when, the Spavinaw plan defeated, we are still forced to use bottled water, impure itself, at an exces sive cost, and precluding the possibility of the city's future development. Page doesn't care about the development of the city un less he can reap the profits accruing from it growth. ILLNESS FROM mxpTTm i s u fa ih.m-l Bar long T1 v r i I i N IMPURE WATER SAYS COUNCIL Tul.i hffrtiNC Member, After Invr-.1 igatlon, I) a y High School Cadets Not Plot Vic- TVl 1 1 i I i i I 1 link fnilowini retolutttn wu v lir I II II r-ain cnr Mnnf llih "- rul nna Clv(. Iih lh kly ih. fa a pra. ihi re turn! a Wed iniuail ye king- " I iae4 hi i In Tula County I'ounril nt rrn maatlnt ltWy uf'i'l Inn, II "Aflat a Ihiirniirri lnvetliitlo" iii i nunell Of DeftfUM) eilshaa in nic fin ih bafl.fll ol the public,.! Mini tin' lllntM Of '"ma CO T il- i hitfli eheol boy n attrlbutabjo to impuie' wetar v. I, h lti In vii uMt for Irinmin pUfpotOf 1 "II I hoir recent I carnplni mp to Hbi rrek The Council Km wi.rKi ttflt gently mi the rnattrr fop thr. ilaVa. ii iiu in i iii oafrnc uh phvi- lam who aiirnilml many of thr , boya, number if lb CotlMll have, 1 1, i r i Mv ml ilia boya ami thalr par- ' ' In ntbff ' .in 3d nar. ami liaa 1 hn I an analaia merle Of aamplea of WnlM frdlM 'be eprin which fur. inalini tb.i drinking am to ' and (rum tha rrcak In aim Ii Ilia boya waeheil "ll la iha unanlntoua Opinion of oil rarllai Investigating tha matter that Iha huva ara Buffering frr.m malaria nr a mllrl form of uphold feTer ant that thata It no faVCl nr nlrrumataure thai would give Oaa in a rumor nf a Oarrnan plot In dMtroy haaltti and impair tha cfflrlancy of tha young man nf Ih high achnol "Tha Counotl wlaliaa In urge upon tha poopll nf Tuiaa In ho vary cere fill In eeiiirlng dunking watar for ma on pi' nil a and ' ainplng partlaa terauee nf tha dangar of Infection. At thla Uma the, affli lanry of a na i nn depend largely upon Iha health of the people Pv uamg a lltla extra precaution Iha puhlli i an greatty redlue alek neaa ard Buffering and materially aid lion nf drug an t mrdlral (upplla an nereaaarv to Iha health nf our ar miaa and tha relief of our differing allla TUB Tfl. HA (V)UNTT COtrNCIL OK NATIONAL HKKENBK. "J iJurr Olblmna, t f, airman ' Hhrlnrra Itclarn. lar ten If t illad trv nil plrtt let: 'M Wake for Old Man Barleycorn June Jo will be Ih blagjeat, welteal, happleat. rl aaddeat nUlht flnragn baa aver knnwn, any a newspaper from rhat illy. With only o faw mora Duunr ahnpplng daya ramalnlng bafore Iha (ininlry plungra Into tha lhro of prnhllilllnn. 'hragu rafe ownera, aalonnkeepara and hotel rroprlatora are reluctantly giving up hope and preparing for one big night. Tha pfS SO ration for that New Tear eve party In the middle o' summer Is aweeplns the town footer than the pay roll handlls. Teaterdny It waa an off day an loonkeepera wore Imig fa Cgg, wrote frantlr tilegrama 10 the pnwera In Waahlngmn and Irleil to ptsrM the rloak nf ui)atnrv that Surrounds tin fat nf old man lurlrn-nrn It waa hnpeleaa "llokmh knows notliln'.' Pa I tie Inoked drapsli Inglv at the calendar prepared taliln ri ar a'lon rharta. and ahlned up the uny allver belle on their mall irirlatera. itiTHTiiiiiiiiiH inc the Malta The puhllr, Ihe dimming pulillr. the dam Ins pttMIO, the eeliral ins publlr la t ii plil ly hernmins awiire itf Ihe illmliilahlng alma nf drinking daya. and rellnia an' bSCOtnlng more crowded. mOPS par lira r plSaUted, and aiiigrd. and aolillera ura allowing more gpsOd In puri luielng dflnkliuj Clol liea In the di wntiiwn hntela and rafea ratrpeniera lire hanglOK awny making largi r arenaa. dMuroytng bnotha. and making ninte tahlea, Catl fm reaer yatlnna are it'igslng the malla and telephone wlrea. June f la the tOPle of ronveraul l"ii "We are vainly Irvlns lo hold n"r lohlea. bill HIS peoptS want Ihem now." Kugrni' i field of the Slier man Said 'They won't ha put off. In the aame nuuiner W are living lo hold enough UqUOr t" aiitlaf) the de mand on June 30 Paopfe are Inlying all they ran an. I they wiint more ur prlrea will he juat the asm on Jiiha 10 aa they are- today " "Ttvi lllsareol NLolil." Krneat J ntevena nf the Hotel T ji Halle asserted that large preparatlnna are being made In Ihe blue fountain room axirl (he roof gurden for the or raalnn "It will be tha blggeat night Ibli l" n h ever knnwn '' Mr, Hteven said. "Already reoerxsllnna hae PSsn made and more are romlng i'rlree will he tha ame " K. J llnwman. mannger nf th UorrtSon hotel find the Terrare gar rare sardena. aiild "We have gold every lahle In th" terrnre ami alnmat nil In the grill room The rnrnnal of June 1ft will never be forgotten In t'hlrago We're I inn a great big supply of liquor for the I.. .i i ii " I ii ii Iti-gulnr I'orly V It Florentine, tunniiger of ttii I'ompelan room, aaaeiied that he waa "up In the air " "We are receiving reipieata for rear! vatlona," be aald. "but MtTlshOIV believe that I' won I be th last night However we're counting 00 a ii ruin part) Md Uw rowitaln will be runnliiK llaa tbiie ever been a ItrOSSasfUl n'i'w ysai a partv wbrii anine gfomsn ill, In I take off her thoS and go ii a) Irag In that fountain or try to catch thr w del flab - Neyrr Outalde nf Ihe loop prepaniHotia for thr night 0' Dlgbtg air progresa flig rapid I) Tlx- Moeiiluir Mtrr. WbaWT Hut along with Ih plan for the Inatt nlslil eomea a et.-rj llnotUrod Srlth andiieaa what will happen July 1 What will baoorn or the land marka of 'he loop- vYhal will atop In and take the place of Ihe llipinr atorea' What will boeORIS nf the DOOM . lerka ' Will Ihnae oiiaea where an many hav lifted a left fool lo the ahlnlng rail and qtienrhed a (hirst be thing" extinct 7 OpInlOM differ. M"t of the pub" kospsr I'elleve the country la going dry July 1 Hut aoina of theni ln renly believe that' within ivn or three montha the army will be dis charged ntid the law will be lifted. Then probably Ihfee or four nmntha until Jnn ?ft. 19J0. when John Mar leyrorn renlly will lake hla flnsl eleep Thoae montha will bo terrific, II aald IViat $1 In llemt lieT. BIRMINQHAM Knglaml, June tl Vou muat not read a newepnper on the attei ta In Hlrmlngham Jnhn 'Tinner dU It and waa fined 12 SO ' fur oauatng an DBOtrUOtlon In trsf ! fill The arreatlng conaliibl leall- fied that Turner bought a raper from a nSWlbO) and Ingan rending It, rntialng a crowd tn gather lo ee iwhai ttn- in wa w.ia ThS nawaboy I nlao a i- ftiii- l I.1 Ml for caiialng a crowd tn OOllOOl by selling paln r I while atamllng nn Ihe aldrwnlk i Newsboys wugl keep notrittf in Birmingham Porta Rim Qlrea lP,'O00,0M, HAN ,11'AS June 11 Porto It leu contribute 1 11,111,111 to Hie lc i torv Liberty logn, making mure than lf,S09,0o0 he Miami hna Invtitpf) iii fovsrnmsnl wr loan Although the rsntral oontnlttas had gal the I in l a nuntn at It, It waa not roiialdercd probsbl that tin aiim SfOUM he SUbserlbsd, and ttaa n".iiit obtalnod i rniireiv aallffao ton In thogg who have had cliaig of the eampaurn. I'm for Spavinaw PAT VEASY Our Summer Term Is Just Starting Mans new itudentl enrolled in both our day ami night tchool la.tt wppk ftiirl many more will In- in totnoiTOW, Addition ill classoB will bp (irkranizctl to tako cart ot tin' now enrollment. Do not deU) longer but join this elaaa of .mbitioui young people who Are nturting iueceti-wrd this week, Begin tin- work Monday morning end preperc for n krinui position by th first of the your. Tho detnend for our graduate! is so roat that wo nro eble to fill only ahout 269 of tht t ails wo aro hevlnji fur office help. Rooms Cool and Comfortable Our echoolroomi arc light, well ventilated and cooL They aro eipeeially well equipped with both ceiling end oscillating fans and it la e genuine pleasure to attend our summer school under conditions as have boon perfected. Day and Night School All Summer Wc havo no summer vacation in cither our day or night school. EShter NOW MONDAY ami continue the work without a break until the course is finished. Tulsa Business College 109-111 Fa.l Third Street S. HAXWBLL SMITH i Kl'MiY ACCKIlPlTKn) Y. N. NEW LAND Phone 1429 E. A GUISE KAHN'S ANNUAL JUNE Opens Tomorrow in All Departments This is the sale that our many patrons always hails with great pleasure because of the startling values and wonderful savings to be realized. This sale is the house cleaning event of the year. $2aS Dresses at $14.95 10 Dresses, new arrivals Of the Season! latest mod els. Values $'J" and up; for ' learance tl 1 I Q!T at Kahn'a . , Dl'47i Dresses at $7.95 'j.'iO ladies' and misses' Dresses in taffeta, silk. popllll, etc. Values Up to SIT). Choice for clearance . $7.95 liaa van! of Ir PST oatS In all aolonH Htrtil stul ilnrk groun i. for this aal 111., at yuril 1 art- Ill Inch quality Porralaa; rial nilora anl rrgnlar lis yant, fur Ihla sale at ) yard Klne and oft Ba)a)ehat M'ta I In . Inrhrs wtrla ami reg ular J'"- yard, for thla rt i sale nt It 'aii " .' quality Hhaata: special fur thla J- weak at IP 1 ,aaJ Dresses at $19.95 75 Dresses just arrived from our New York head- n ttertors i most beautiful droSS SI for fOUng women in floral jreoritettes and satin comhinations. They are bargains el 185, While thov last in nil sizes, for clearance, choice . . . $19.95 '-.i a regular M 8"rlca; fanry tup .and all aliaa. fur thla sla !)(- out It (Thrre I'slr for II 00) 1 500 Gingham Dresses for the Children This reniarkalile offering of pretty new gingham Dn lei will dalighl the children at such a sensationally low price, Many attractive models are in tho lot, Including checks, colorful plaids and stripes. Here is the real dress sensa tion of the season. Specially Priced for This Sale $1.29 Skirts at $4.98 750 ladies' and misses' Skirts will he placed on sale to morrow. In this lot you'll find skirts tf all descriptions. Sol nt colors, navy, sand, wisteria, ( Open, brown, black, reseda, henna, coral, white, flesh, hermuda ; also checks, plaids and comhination skirts. The cheapest skirt in this lot was manufactured to retail at $8.50. Values up to fl$, For clean-up, your choice of skirts at this sale for $4.98 Women's Khaki Suits TOO jrenuine Khaki Suits. Norfolk coat stvles and new skirt models. A special value for this sale at $2.98 June Clearance Price on Millinery $1.00 t"ntlra tork of Vllllnary muat gn Ihla weak. Including all pattr-rn r odna In three lilg h ts. ivr ORl 7( llata tn thla lot. OaaOtOS at ... ixrr two IH Mala In this Int. i0 Qf oholo at 5sa7U nrt THBSS1 170 II ita In this lot, P J OhOlOS at tB't.al run. tun. vs iith All Chll Urn a II. .ta '"JOt Men's Blue Sere Suits $19.85 All regular $86 values in men's suits. All-Wool hlue urge; fine tailoring perfeci fit Clear- UMQ anc this week 45170J Men's $35 Suits at $ 1 8.50 One lot of men's regular $35 values in suits ol fancy mixed and plaid suits. o r Special for this sale el DlOiU $40 and $45 Suits at $24.85 Mere is the greatest bargain of the season. Every BUit for this summer's wear. Finest quality fabric! Greys, browns dA A or and mixtures. Choice et .... tjJs-iisOtJ Boys' Suits Boys' regular $0.75 Palm Heach Suits. All Pi iced for this i ele sj Hoys' genuine Kool-Kloth suits in gray, brown or mixed fabrica R 8.50 di (v value for the week et , I' ii( ' Clearance Prices on Shoes $2.50 Boy' Shoe Now $1.79 Mothara. hera' a fine lot of lTnya' Rhoea. Paarr tip. strnn - oaJt a.ilra ami heavy upprm, ailjuaten aula prlre to clear, per pair $1.00 Boye' Tennis Shoe, 59c Another Mar lot "f White an I Black Tennl Sli "aa; flnaat qtMllty rubber; In clear out Hi' . so now only, psr pair $1.79 59c Men' $7 Drew Shoes Now $4.85 An SoallSfll lire Inl lo rhooee from In Iheaa aiilatulid Knifllah iml 1 mail toe l iat. i olnra lati ii inl Mark -nlf; a bis ursaln here; lu ku now at only, per pair Boys' $3.50 School Shoes at $2.19 $4.85 $1.85 Una bis lot, p nk 'em out. nil k'tirta for QOJW who art' h'U'l on ahora; all atr.ra atnl wlittha; aarly Imvrra m-vi r hinl aui Ii y.ilin a nffrri-rl lh"n DO- Fort) now tn so ilurlns thia aala At the prli i'. only pi'r pair $2.19 Children's $6.50 Shoes at $3.85 MlKli ura. Ii'. 'tra fins valour ralf. StttObsS; btui'her rul. union maile blak only, all atzea anil wlittha .. tillnil' i r vrol I $3.85 Men's $12 Shoes Now $7.35 Vary nr-weai alvloa ami rnlnra; brat oak aolaa; Onoriyi-ar wait tllih; nunla from the fluent tar) an. I I'l. irk iiilf. with f.nii v anil ol.iln Sml button; Kncllah or bmail toq ISStSj so ilurniK tl In aale at only, prr pair ... I lira $7.35 Ladies' $8 High Grade Shoes $4.39 ljire ami button. In (lull RtS Ixul. nillltnri Itit I'uliaii hi-el, aw.ifg.'r lle In lale U4 ')() modal; par r''"". at Ottvif $4 Ladies' Shoes, $1.85 llrre'a one bis lot; rolora black anrt tan; hut'on ami lan: lntit Plvlra ami all aura, a'liu aal a prlre tn clrar out, par pair. only, at 350 Pairs at $1.89 One lol of 150 pslra Women' anrl Mlaaaa" tW Hhoea. Osforil and Pump, atrap anrt rnJ Styles; In patmt. viol ami tan. rtttr values; for ulearancs, your tl1 WU eholo at ... 3l.O; $8.50 Values at $4.19 one lot of Woman's anil Miaaea' Ogfords, In a-r,v blnpk ami vhlto; full i-oui hoi sett i laata; full rann alzaa. rasiilar IK.58 (PJ 1U values for olearanoa, vur orioles al ..!)'-' Men's Shoes, $2.48 1 flofl pairs of Man' Oiforil anil Shoaa Is blUOh.r ami vnla; In I'alm Haarh. whlta. Rray Of tan. nil alrra anil ObOlM of KnsUah. awlns atvl einilsht laata; rrtcular l 00 values. (P JW f,,r alosrano at tUaSalU Men's Trousers Boys' Trousers ( ine lot of men's regular $7..r0 to $10 trousers. The very ebest of patterns ami finely tailored. For thia sale at $4.98 Men's all-wool $12..r0 to $15 very lest dress trousers; all sizes; many patterns and colorings. Triced for this sale at . . . $8.50 1,500 men's and youths' trousers; values worth double and more than the price for this week $3.98 Men's light weight tropical worsted trousers; in choice of col ors. For this week at . $2.48 $fi.50 Palm Peach trousers; in gray, brown or natural. Fr this ii? A PA (tale at All our boys' trousrrs in veluea up to $4.50 will be offered during thai sale at 75c, 98c; $1.48, $1.98 p to $2.48 Boys' Union Suils Boyi union suits in poros-knit or nain sook. Regular $1 values for 4i)n this sale at "7 Mens and Youths Suits One lot of men's and youths' Wguler $16 and $18 Palm Heach end Kool Kloth suite. For this sale 15 East First Kahn's Department Store 15 Fast First