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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, JUNE 20, 1010. 1 Sixty-three Measures Passed by Legislature Now in Effect fii! to Th, World. ' (.KI..AIH1M A. CITY. Juno IT. an'v -three senate nmt house lit I In. nn'"l hy l,,n lftt legislature, -,.,,,. effective today under the.rule llml all nonemergency ineaaurea arc ln force 0 days after ttia adjuurn ..,! itf Dm legislature. Adjourn ,,, wa taken nn March 2. I 'r i 'lit ly one f the mns( Import ant measures to become effective to (ty is (tie "blue iiky" law, senate bill ji' Hi. Originally Introduced In j.f, houses, It embodied practical ly ttie Kmiui law, luit went through j (..iife of amendment and rcl ,,.,, At one tuna Its administra tion n lodged In the, corporation r.itiunlsslnn, tint finally placed In the tun l of a ciimmlMlun composed nf Jl,,. secretary of state, alate ainlitur mid I .ink commissioner. The commission la given power to (e't a secretary who ahull he sec rei.uv t the commission, and a paid .iffni.il. He ahall look after the de tails in connection with Inspection nf r i la and reports of all slock He inn: companies, make Investiga tions and report to the commission, sl.l 'i will perforin Dm f iitict Ion he 1'i.ned upon It hy law. I.ewla Terry ,,f Hi. I. art has tieen selected aa the lei-tctary to tlm hoard and will take U. !m duties July 1. This will he the first "blue Uy" ; f.r nklahoma. The commission in r".t'K to pay close attention to the n.'i p.mlea coming under It supcr vi .m, and reporia riven under nuili oi de clnaely wanned. Specific In vestigation will le maile of any u,ii I any where Conditions Justify. Another Inw becoming effective In! iv. or rather an amendment, a the i oniienaiitiiin art. Tim did Inw l amended In the more material (id. in. nil Blicmpi WKa ,,, ,,,),, , r'fi r th In moueiirc, hot failure to nVt.un names to pelltlnna canned tli.'.se in Dm move to drop the mat ter Compensation la suhatantlally tin rcaecd, the walling nerlorf r.. dmed, and other heneficlury provl- sirrngmenrd In. the ii.ns are mended hill High School InKjNsl(n Changes! Smite Mil No. 29 transfers (lie .1. ..irfinent of high f hnol Inspection fmrii the atnle university to the of. flee of state Superintendent It. If ,:... n Heading thla department Mr. Wilson already has aelected t' W Turner of thla city. He ha been .1 P a. her In the local public schools fur "irrl years, other Inspectors !'l he added to the department an i tini!iMnna require. Smite tdll No. 91 place salaries of cmin'v aupnrlntendenta name aa r.iintv clerk, with the exception that where the salary of any county i;iirlnten(lent la more than that of th. county clerk, then It remain aa I! I. Ker.atc hill No. ) gives the corporation com mlaalnn Jurladlctlon ''I'i ptildlc hltthway crossings. This !s o.icthlng the mmmlwlon has d". , -, '..r.yii.uii Henate . No. J40 It a felonv to ateal autunio I i It la expected that atrenuona i -ni'i'i will he taken lo enforce ' 'i to the letter. Ita Impor , wnB atreesei) during comldert t!i n In the log lalature, H i'iM d!l 27 la the "Jitney tdll. nn.' tntitililpalltlea are reairnlned f'ri.. p.iilng "iinrenaiinahle" ordl- it I. .n relative to (ho operation of 'my lines. It can not he denied 't i nneatlafarliiry atreet car service i lh inpltol while the teclNliiture In session wns an effective Brgu mrrt In favor of the passage of the measure. House tilll f.3 provides for t r. sieds. Attempts were made In rv..il legislatures to get such a ne.iiire through, hut this la the first li!l with teeth to successfully run th.. gauntlet. The state marketing tn:-i:l'inti haa snld that In rase "I men ful to furnish a !'v (f r iri" "ced In n way the tiuy Irr puMIr inn l.eat handle them, the rctiimtsslon will become the medium 'hrn ii;i which eed may b s- CM-.nl llotiie bill SO la that making the Fng'ih languftge the Innruags nf thf state. House hill M puts the ic' on the budget evstem and r-niiih'v one- of the best measures naetrd by the I.eglslature. While p'-iliiv not all It ahould be. It pavea the say for making a better aurvev ef 'h nreMs of Die department and Instltutlona. All data In thla respect la accumulated before a leg. Islallva scshIoi, ahl ,ced In the handa ,,( (he governor, who sub mits l to the legislature for a basis upon which to make appropriations. There has recently hern considerable written argument fP similar policy by the KederWI Oovcrrirnent House hill provides for the puhl,-a-tlou of assessment, .fore lr,e l..rd of Kiiallr.nilon. This will he a means of information fur the board In pass ing nn return, that have been made by In.tlvlitals to tat n-s,.,,,rs House bill 37S It m 1 let to f 00.000 defu len cies that may be recommended by the governor. 4? Muny tlnT Misaddress. (' Other measuri'H of n unite or less minor nature lire: Senate bill 1H tigulates hours of labor of employes of paid f ie de. partmrnts of towns stnl cliles af 10.. OHO or more population; Henate bill 12 relates to puhliehlng tn'hooka on aitrl.iiltnre ami allied subjects, Senate bill .',0 providing for cimtolv and disposition of Intoxicating II Miiors sci.ed: Senate I..I) ,h. rcpilr Ing County Clerks lo certify copies of chattel tiiorlgagrs without fee; Senate hill so, fr determination of heirships. Senate hill f.S, free s'-hoi-n rah I pa at the Agi Iciilt ur a and Me. chanical College; Senate hill 79. creating the Oklahoma Library Com mission; Senate bill K1. allowing Ills trlct JudKes expenses while holding court-outside their county: Senate bill 90, relating to salaries of County Commissioners. Senate bill lr. de aling children's code iomiol.sr.ion; Senate 167. relating to compulsory education; Semite hill 10. defining Vagrants; Senate bill :!, to promote and Improve rural schools, Senate bill ioi, relating to soldiers and sailors voting; Senate 11. to prevent desecration of the flag. Senate bill I4H. free scholarship at the Colored Agricultural and Mechanical Col lege; Senate bill 271. relating to pub lication of legal notices; Senate hill 273. for collection of agrlrnltur.il etatlatlcs: Senate bill Ir., fixing sal aries 0f County Judges, Sheriffs end County Attorneys; Senate bill 3I. for registration of blrtha, deaths and marriages; Senate bill 129. for nil and gas extension work at Itartlee vllle; Senate till! S'n. amending ses sion laws of 1917 relating lo college degrees. last of llousr mils. House bill 21. reKiilailng hospitals for Insane; House bill 2. advertis ing sale of stray stock; House bill )". Inspection of steam boilers: House bill 114, organlTiitlon of co operative organisation!; House bill 11. safsty devices In construction of buildings. House bill 1H relating to health and accident Insurance; House bill 149. prohibiting live etock running at laige; House hill lii declaring prairie dogs a nuisance; House bill li, fixing rate of pay for legal no tices; House bill 178, protecting the public against persona umtoiillflcd to practice law; House bill 198. re lating lo charter form of govern ment Inrluding towns of same popu lation; House bill 203. method for counties or townships to grant lease for nil and i;as development; House hill ?21. for State aid In erecting buildings ln consolidated and union graded school illstrlr's. House bill 225, formation of consolidated school districts House bill 246. custodian of capi tal, board of affairs to have charge of operation and repairs to the build ing; House bill relating to home for ex-Confe.ter.te soldiers; House bill 287, relaMng to taxation of public service corporations and State and national banks; House bill J0. protection of cotton compresses; House bill 109. "rourthouee fund" full aup. In Mayes Cuyinty: House bill 324. re. latlng to county division; House bill 371, relating to schools; lhiu.se bill 381 to establish part time schools and classes for pupils hetween the ages of II and 18; House hill 403. testing glassware, also testing ac curacy of cream scales; House loll 445. manner of Invoking Judicial de termination as to real properly; House bill 4M. relating to dutlea of County Hoard of hiuallnttlnn In dis tributing assessed valuation after fixed by State Hoard; House bill 48. regulating Issuance, registration and House bill 523, creating board of ra LIVE IN CHANDLER, COMMUTE TO TULSA H rings KMiltn, Itrlslow anil Other I'lllin Clone to Tulsa. IN EARLY, RETURN LATE W'IhnIiiIi 1'rrnills Crock ami I.lm'oln t oiinUitim to Come Here ami Miil tlx Day. To accommodate clllr.eris of towns ami clues to the west, a new sched ule has been arranged on the Krlseo by which residents of Sapulpa, Kris low, Chandler and Intermedials points may get an early ninnilng train Into Tulsi, spend the day trsnMi.lliiir business and sliopuyng uml return to their homes either early In the sfternoon or after Dm slums me closed at night. C. H. I"iii:lus, secretary of the chamber of commerce, haa been la communlcsktion with Krlseo officials at St. I.ouls for several weeks rela tive to this new accommodation and a telegram from A. Hilton, general passenger ai;cnl, vesterlay an nounced the new schedule. An earlv train will arrive In Tulsa from west at It it) a. in , under Dm new schedule beginning this morn ing, and another at 9 30, to accom modate the business men, pleasure seekers unit shoppers A west bound train will leave Tulsa, making all the stop at the various towns to the west, at 3 01 p m., and another at 12:40 p m. These new trains will prove Invaluable to those who havo business In this city, for they may thus siien.l the emirs d iv in Tulsa and return to their homes In Die evenlriK- LAWYER SUES MAYOR FOR FALSE ARREST flperisl to The World. IIAKTIXHVII.I.K, Okla, June i Arthur Kltxpatrlck, a prominent at torney Mid partner of ft. It. Iloone, formerly district Judge here, filed suit today agulnst A. C, Kuster, mayor, Is tT. tlaaton, chief of police, and Policeman Parrlok, asking l0, 000 damages for false arrest and Im prisonment. Kltipatrlrk alleges that he was arrested without cause on Die night nf June 1 and that lie was com pelled to oc up a cell with a prison er who was suffering with tubercu losis; that he was not" permitted to consult with his family or counsel imd that tie was made ill because of the alleged Inhuman treatment to w lilch he w aa subjected He charges Dial his arrest was made by the po liceman for the purpose nf Injuring his law practice and exposldg lilin to public ridicule. I- itxpatrli k's friends declare tils arrest is the result of the pan he played In the prosecution of It Itoh- 'itson. a policeman who killed John Fowler, a blacksmith, a few days ago. t-'itxpatrick was arrested and booked fir Investigation He was held In Jill 21 hours and th-n released. Nna Air ninila Hits!. WASIIIMSTi iN, June JK - Funds for naval aviation for 19J0 were fixed today at IJfi.OOO.OOU under a compromise agreement ic.ichcj by house and senate conferees The house voted II.'. "00 uno hut the sen ate Increased this sum to I.Vi.ni.Q.. 000 a-sked for by Secretary D.-in-lela. , ComitM'lxIs Meil.sn INiHcy. Al'STIN, Texas. June 38 The I'nlted S'ates government wss com mended for Its "new Mexican pol icy." as announced recently In dis patches from Washington. In a rea olutlon adopted by the Trias aenata today. gents for the State rnlvereltr; House bill ti09i new automobile II cenea measure Th;a law by Ita own piorVon d es not go Into effect un til Jan I. 1920. but the time ex pires with June 27, when jt may i) affected by referendum. li . , , . i7gSt.,-TS:,.,aaal COOLED day long, niRht long, by breczea from the iow capped Rockic, THE BROADMOOR at Colorado Springs is restful and secluded. C Yet its service and appointment provide unstinted luxury; il fresco dining on the Lake PLua, a terrace promenade. The Palm Court, and the Georgian Ball Room are a few of the sumptuous features. X Every day the varied and vast outdoors sounds its call to piay golf on the wonderful 18'hole course, to motor along perfect roads, to ramble on foot or horreback over beautiful mountain trails. 77c BROADMOOR I PI PR A DO SPUING5 Thr If owe of SpiiUnp, Mjnif.ni Mineral Water biiakii m NtdtTir wtm ti u f.tt Ut lK iin Britain Fights Home-Madc Bolshevism lly M'.l.t KIKHK IIKNNKOAV Arrests are contlnii.illy being made In a wholesale f.iehlon by Die lltltlsh nuthorllies. who are woiklni) day' and night lo si. nop out bvlshe vlsin n that ooiltiti '. 'lose upon loo IUismI in aliens, known bolshevlsls. were rounded up recently and sent Ion k l Itusshi, Just as Ij-nlne und Trotsky, who for yiurs found a Iiiivcii In l.ondon, were Si rested many.ptonths ago nn.l sent back. ll Is exlr.-niely difficult to know what lo do with l he alien bol sheviks, men anil women who In se cret are plotting lo overthrow Die government of this roiinlrv, and to bring chaos and f.inilrte. Trultors to their own coitultles, they ti.ie come here to preai h disorder and f.in ills content The l.olshev'sl peril which fics llrlialn Is a very real one, and the suthorltles are tackling It In no half, hearted fashion. Hut the liKiish public generally know very little of the menace which threatens or from whence It derives the funds necees.irj for the c.iirylng on if Its ptop.ig. toils I am In a position to st.ite th.it Scotland Yard officials have an Index which coiit. mis the names und lid dreas. together with inn complete teoords of no fewer than ISu.nim men and women In this country who are avowedly hoisiievlat. and who cunnliiKly work to tiring Ik "red revolution " They are attempting to seise the trade union and labor movement as a first step, spreading Ihelr perni. Ivus doctrines amongst the men of Die nrmj; snd navy, or- i ii 1 7.1 ii K their forces and completing their plans H hal this men ire turns will be the mors let. lily a ppreiiatoi! when 1 state Dial In Itussi.i, when bolshe vims. o I Ihelr campaign, there weie oiei foiil .toived supporters of flni i-au-e 1 1 . 1 1 m 1 1 Ism In Kissia rei resents the minorliv, .'t by cieatlng t. 'i r.li It h is rrlpped the roiinti y ami i lisljt eil the masses. ' i i i M. V. Tntllor. The world would he am used with the list of the l;lil,il.l.l pulillhed, for It contains names of men and worn en. too, who .no honored and re spected Thi'l.i is t . lot round the name of at bast one ex tii'-ttiliiT of pa r I la in i ill, who.' n. line Is known to all, ii ioi that of a puMIc .eison, ms sesed of f.nriv oosl.lei ih,i Wealth, which ho Is devoting to Die cauio In secret. True, a Vet y . li -1 .to i tl.le number of Die men and woiiiin numbered In the ranks are aliens. Ilussiiius arid 1'oles, who exist III the east end of I'Oioloti, and these peoples arc hv no means the luains of the movement The rlttgle.t.l. r h ate men an.t women Whom I he . i I . ! . , Wnlild lesi ..o.ect t .1 inollfl.lge IS IM'Mlhlni: III Die lull- shevtsts ainl so long a t lie pn bl ir Is led to' helle'ie lh.lt the wicked doc tlllles Slid piollllik'S mi' Confine, I to the aliens of the east end of London and a few agitator In the Hiltlsh labor movement, so long will the leaders of the movement In this l oiintl v fioiirlMl. The lie liiij.irters of bob hevlsill In thla country are In London, where the members of Die I. on. Ion soviet llieet w eekly to pet feet their plan of campaign. The Inaugural meeting of Din I. olid. in soviet was held some thing like two yeais itg.i in nil east end den. (inly on" Itntislier was present at the githeilng ami that Hrilisher w is a foiiner member of the house of commons. I' 'tout that eillhelltlg has (11. in the present e.1 g.iutlc movement, w hb h Is llnki'd up with tjnlehoviMii In Itii'isla, (iermaiiy, Austria, Turkey, 1 rame, Amerlia and Australia. I ruin half lieai ti'dap peals the luil-heliks hive uilvuliieil to open sedition, and the destruction of the IuiiihIi Industrial system Is urged t upiurlng a Trwdo I nlon. The first step has been taken to wai.ls the u ciiiuplishiio iit of this object, all.) tills Step was S lletel mined attempt mute to scire the trade union movement, some short lime ago, arid rill a general stiike The llrllluli work logman Is lllerallv bombarded with seditious pamph lets and continually wn have lie, ml the try "bands off Kussla" The men who first raised the cry were the ngeirs III this tn ii n 1 1 v of l,en!oe and Trotsky. Some Is nioiiths ago a small union was formed of men Who had been ills, barged from the army either In coiise.iience of wounds or Illness, linlv ileinoblllxed were elliTtble for niembei ship, and It was Die Intention of Die founders lo keep alive the soli II of comrade ship born during Din war. The union was at nine benevolent NO STOPPING UNTIL GOAL IS ATTAINED Only flVlinil Is ltiO-sil Ti.wsrd t.17.000 IUsiilrcsl for nnoii. Inn lU'lbf the. The .lilin for Armenian relief, which up to noon Saturday h.id re ported a sum of f 1 5 , 0 0 0 toward Die deslird rii.niMl, will bs continued until the amount is fully niilieir ilieil. according to J. V. Abel, county cbalriniin, niol wilh the concerted efr.nl lo be made by the churches and priot;iol and It received Die suppoit of the ililtlioi llles The bolshevlsta saw in It a ery powerful weapon and 1 il.l therm. elves out to sella the union, and one nf their firl ails ufier thev hid oblalne.l a maloilly mi the executive, was lo iliauge Ihe I tile wherehy men seiv Ing In Ihe army and n.i.'y'or In the serve forces were not ellglbli) for active membership This done, the 'union," now pint and parcel of the l.ot-hevlst move incut, Invited serving members nf Ills majesty s forces to bei nine actie iiiemlieis and lield nut promises Dial Inoll Jolllllllt would he illschaiged front the at my or tiny on May II. "n months after the li.rinl tuition of hostilities" unly the prompt measures taken by the war office and Scotland Yard officials checkmated the move of the bolshe-vlnts. and the K I wan Is club this date Is i x. peeled to be not later than Mou tjy nighr. The drive for Dm relief of the Ar. nienl ins k.ih begun last Ttiuisit.it but baa been handicapped from tlm start by l.o Ii of winkers A special appeal will be imitln today In eiery chinch of the city asking that th Women of the congregation a in i territory lo ioer In the res,l..n section and rhut on Afi'iiday every homo be Vlslleit. KImbiiIiiiin to Help liiiul Motiilay at noon, i; It.odo, city chtirinan, will iidilrrss the Kl:in,i club which hits fostered Die move, menl. find ask (hut Die cluh ritcin. beis from Ihelr luncheon held each Monday al lote Tills.t, to woiit as A etui. I h I on liio 1 1 I lie iitlni nmin and lift any ilefult lemaltiing ' REJOICES DAUGHTER CAN RESUME STUDIES "Mver thing mv little l:!ieir old gilt lite d !' res'ie.l her, even i till as of water would causii her to b I It gas and she was uii.ibl.i lo Ko to school for nearly a year, I hough) her n bottio f M.tvr's Woiubiful Itcmcdv and sluee taking It she i ealing us out of house and hoioe .in. I Is intending school iignln ." It Is a simple, h.iiuiless pi t imratioii thul i e moves the i siurrli il mucus fioin the luteMllnal tract and allays Die in. flaiiiiiiatlon which c.iiises ira.ieil all stoinacli, liver nod Intestinal nil. incuts, including Hppeirllcltls i on iIiimi will convince or money re. funded. Mold by dfUKHsts ewrv where Advt. irnirounuiiiiiniii Have You Just Been Married? DO you stand for'the first time upon the threshold of a new home your homo? Look well into the character of those ingredients that make for ,a com fortahle and happy home. It is not so much a matter of how much you pay, but of the thinps you select which make for true home comfort. If you select wisely, you will have for many years the preater personal satisfac tion and bodily comfort that is derived from the asso ciations with good and pretty things. At this store you will find what you want in great abundance; furnishings that will make your home truly a home, and at prices that will mean a big saving of material wealth. Wc also offer a dignified, reputa ble and convcnicnt.mcthod of easy payments that will help make your buying easy. ... pgn o - IL 3 5 ir I i .-v . ir If "Just Looking" You Receive the Same Fair Treatment and Courtesy, As When r .i' ' . sua King j our j urtnasci lanrannmiiiiiiiiniifl mmiinuiiinnini n 1 mni e asnaii.il i s -r- -m ml -, n- inr-eiist p - .;Ht,xwixss---s-.ii IPiHUJ TUtArvrT-m-rtety.m .)('A-.i,ijr.it viirH'' t 1 SI g I j. 3 1 '. ! i ' ' I ! i . i. ' ! '!,'