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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 192J
WRECK VICTIMS
DASHEDTO DEATH
Passengers of Ill-Fatod
Ship Tossed on Rocks
by Breakers
GRAPHIC STORY TOLD
One Survivor TuIIm of Flghta
Anions Drowning for Vnnt
jiko Points on Kocka
COItt'NNA. Hpntri, Jan. 6.--Mont
nf the (10 (iilcl persons removed from
the urri'k of thit Hpulilsh stunner
Kanta Isibrl. which went iiifround
iniir Vlllu tlnrcla n.uly Hund.iy with
tlm loss nf 214 llvn, wrn Hllll In
kiicIi u vitnllt Idji of oxhaUMIon t hut
thrv wein iimuIiIm today to supply
detail of (tin shlpwronk or their
t perlrni es iifli-ruuril. Tlm most
:ripi'' imrratUn n kIvimi liy
I'lirimniloz lliirtrnm of A r rlul i, who,
tillhuuith ho win uriatiln to thrnw
juiv new llKlit on tho clriumstanrr
lendlnfr to tlm disaster, ilrn n ntrll -
mk iilctlirn of t )ii dcsperrita HtriiK
:lc for life hy thu pnonKers anil
rew thrown Into the him bv th
waves after tlm vcsel rrimhcii.
In ri vntN unlil hit found himself In
tin- water hclriB toiwMl about hy
terrlflo breakers In pilch darkness.
.Many of thnnu who winl overboard
wen, klllml, Ihi wihl, hy IicIhk liuiled
iiKalnst (he rooky shorn whlln vainly
trying (n iihtnin u foothold nM ti,,,
i Mlppery seterovcreil stones, other
were iil,1., in iffMNn ..c.i. .!,. i
Ji'ihl on, n.hitUsli'd urn half covered
with Icy water,
In Nomij cases several peraonn tried
to selr.ii thi' ".nun projection, a striiRa
j-'lc for llfn rimulliK 111 which the
weaker swlmmcm succumbed, slip,
ped away unit drowned, Tho cries
of the women ami children roiihl h
lirnrd on nil sides for noiim time.
It.iirerii said, hut oiiu liy onit I Jin
MrUKKllnjr victims Were, silenced by
the waves.
Many of those who were, rescued
arn In such u wcuk stain nml suf
fcrlnfr no severely from exposure
that the physicians fear ileiitli from
pneumonia will bu numerous umoiii.
them.
Wire Flashes
j OMAHA, Nab . .111 I -Kvary rnnitiie
I tnr an.l innlnrr ,in on lha (,,.al,. ..it
' Hurt oarrylna a kuii .lu r. l'r.
ii. .ri In arm hinlrn vi mvnn Hip
iirrl i n,i.ii M.,r k.i, in, in mi
i ftfiirl lo i wit. l, roonl fi.lilmilo of
ialretl iur mi l,rl',
V .MHIINiiTONi'litn,' I ILfutilpB ntit
ImrrntpiiiPni n.rtlnn mnauritlinc lo
i..ny iMiillniia (,f ..a iillinrl(.
! lo.tjy hy Hi). Inlriaidte rniniiiprei. run
j IrUdlnti f.ir. Ilin Ilallliniirp nml Cihlu h. I
N Voih Cuiirnl fMllfnail iiil llinir
1 aUl.alillarlPH.
'! .'Wy Al'liiwo Willi Oiimiln.
WAHIIINdTO.V. Jan. 5. -Thn
united HI Men turn no plan for
imviil Hlllniu'e with Ciiniiihi on the
J'aelfle, Mrcrelnry of the Nuvy Dan
lelH atnlml loilMy. HrportN tlirrent
In J.omluti Jiavn Ntnteil that a newly
crouled Canuillnn navy In to co
operate with thn United Hlntm rmvy
In the J'anlflo. ualnu Ameilcun nnvnl
dmck Thrso uro entirely unfound
ed, flveretary Danlela nam touay.
Plh Cun-rt In u H lui
lJriiKirteta refund money If J'AZO
OtNTMUNT follH to euro Ilchlnn,
Jillnd, tiioedliifr or I'rolrudlnu I'llea.
InHtontly rnllovun Itchlnu I'llon, nml
you can net reful oloop nf.er flrRt
uppllcatlon. 60c. Advt.
UN ANT'lNIII. t.iaa. Jan. t Tlio
. Mnlr.in K''ininanl Ina Juki plaiM k n
' on1r fnr m.nnti inarhliia auna- ianlil
if tlllhii 0H ahnla par inlnulx ilalKH".
I lr an llalMii Invaiitnr. mciif.lliir in l.u
i .Tii.fl. ifinai Aipii. an liaavipa liap liar.
loilajr Tha flral i.ntr for looon
tuna wlilrli vara illairilmU.) nmuiiK llm
IMicpa aiul i'invt.1 aallrfai lnr'.
IV(HT WOIITII Talaa, .latl I Th
llua nf liallnlia ill'ln'l lialrv In aalila
tlila raaa .tatni-a llHlre. a niai.iaMt.
I.nrn In Kian.a. a.lmlllr.l in Ihp .luifl. I
C'lillrt hara tn.Uv llial lia alma a ma
nf ama frnm a. i.awro arnl aniil iham In a
Clilnaaa raiaiiratii ktipfr Ha wm nlvan
(wo ypara
M!W VOIIK, Jan I. A lima anniii,
Mla Anna ItanrlfH lltaat aallar In a
anhway IMilli at I Iftll avantla ali.1 f'lflv
rilnlli alraat. thla mninliiif fniatrntii.t an
alll'innla.l rnl.laiw li n lihartllt.l mull
ami fnutlit with him until tint i .rrlva.l
ami ia waa ariat.t
rotiT wnittif friii. .tan. . Tn
l.aianna wpra t.tirna.l In rlatlh In a flrr
which (taatfoail Ilia l.nna HI a, r liolrl at
tiar.taniiina. an nil tnwn In llaatlan.t
pinitity tlila iMijrnlnK 'Ilia vlrtltna ara
lra, llulrli ami liar lt...ar-ul.t iHnrli
Ur. Tliay warn tnaitit,ra nf u vamlrirHIa
rnintaiiy Tnlr lxliaa war racnvara'l.
Tlia lo... la (15,001.
HT I H'lH, Jan It - Tha llav lf.iar
C Itatiiiayplnna. it nraru. In an alli'"'t
wrlltan pr.nfaaalnn i Iinllra n,av at
inllla.t tia an.t Ina wifa Itait iotannit ait.t
hrairri n rtaalh Wanlal llataa, lila wfa'
fnrinar limtaml, at Vlnlla, Okla , laat
AliKlat,
f.w aiMlaint anl Hiraa f,ubllraii ai.ler
turn
I 'lfHONVII,t.n,T"iaa Jan S Tha
rarmaia (luaranly Alain bank nf Jata
,nllln a fluaa.1 yaaUritay l.y ul.lar
it Ilia alala tianklna- onrninHalonr. Thn
riaa.m w i,ni mailt imhlln hara 1h
InaiitiiHnn, a in-lnhar nf tha alala guar
r fuml, waa ca,llllr .1 at ln 0'i ami
, nan uaiaiia in api.rmlinataiy 1119, 090.
I l,AV((liN( i:. Via. a . jail I -lltlalalira
in any aim ml that may ha mailt hy
ina .iiriancaii woman rnini.any waa rnra
taat linlay In a I el I r aant to William
11 Wnnil, t.raalitaiit nf tha rntniiany. hy
lha t.awranra Onltal rnum il nf tlm
AiualnamaUil T a lila Wnrkaia nf A mat
lit. v
I.IINIiiiN Jan t ilarmany la afaln
' irir,tiiana,i wiwi ananaiva tauway an.l in
lualiial alnkti, airunlinn In an arhahJ0
iiiiiranii niapaun irnin liarlln inlay A
inajurlty of tha (larinan railway
man hava vula.l III favor of itllkr, laya
Ilia inaaiaga.
NKW TdllK, Jn. t The lilal ll'i
nor ralil In thla liy alma Ilia Vol'l'ail
ait want Inio afftet waa ina.tt I'.iUy
wntn izb'i.oun worm ur il mr waa aaiia.i
l.y ft.laral agrnla at lha wholaaala aatah.
Iiahmnni nf Mnr llfOlliv on Inwar
Thlnl at'liua
WIIHKVICI'dltT, l.u. Jan. IWI,M
railtail hy lhf aiplnrlnri nf a toy itlatnl
whirli Imrnail lilm In lha mtnjth it'iriiir a
("hrlUn rata ijr al Inn h raii. tha
laalli of 1'atrUk Maianyar. -r"r.ulit
ann or Mr, II, ll Maanyar, at ( ulnpll,
nAVUNI'OIlT lil'a, Jan I Or. (' 1.
Ilarwalil, maynr of IwvanroM, alarlart
mi Ilia analilfat llattat a yaar hid, la
mi loimar a anrlnllal Ha haa nnni.iinra.l
hla raalanallon frnm llm party I'maly
litrtl laauaa rnmiai Hi" maynr tn lva
ha party, with him In lha cnuncll art
I'uti'iilM (Iraiitnl.
Htaff f'nrrcapomlf r.ca.
WAHIIINOTON. jnti. t Thfl fill
lowing inifntn lmv lieon afrnnied to
(Jkliilinnuna, thn tninmlnalotii'r ot
li.'lll lilt, lllltllllllli'i'ii- f'.irl II lulu.
k"ii, IturU'HIII", motor eliiinliiK do
vice; l.iir li, Ivhi, Tiilm, wrenili,
WOMEN NEED SWAMP-ROOT
Thoun.imlH of women hiivn lildney
nml hlndder triiuhlo and tmvrr um
pect It,
U'oini'iiV ((iinpliilntH often provi
t lie nothliiK elan lint klilnny trnuliln,
or thn rwult of lldnoy or Ijluddur
illeiiHe
If the klllllKVa urn nnl I., r. I,,,,, 1. 1,..
onilltlun, they may raiiNo thu otiiai
oriruilH to liecnmu dlneannd.
I'mIii In the back, headache, hmn
of aintilltori, tiervoimni'iM, uro orien
ilmi'H Kymptoma of kidney tntibln.
Don't delay ntartlnif treatment,
I'r. Kllmur'n Kwamp-ltoot, a jihynl
cIiwi'm prcHcrlpflon, ohtnlned nl nn
drUK atom, m.iy hn Jtmt tho rumd
tiei'diid to overcome, uttch cotnll
tlonri. (let a medium or lare Mile bottle
Immndliitely from anv drtlir Htnro.
However, If you wlh to teiil thin
Krcut iirepuratlon Bend ten cunt lo
Dr. Kilmer A: Co., llliiuliuinpton, N
V,, for u Namplu bottle. Wliep
wrllliiB bo niiro and mention thin
paper. Advt.
AT ITS BEST
The strongest com I
pliment ever paid to
LTr i I
is the vain attempts at
imitation. Thm -
who take cod-liver Its
oil at its best, take V
ocott's EmuUion
3c.lt aWwaa, BlotWUU. R J.
I
The Inspiration for
a Great Novel
In the January number
which you can buy to
i Jay: Meredith Nichol
son, Edgar A. Guest,
Peter B. Kyne, Ben Ames
Williams, Frank R.
Adams. Elinor Glyn,
E. Phillips OftPenhrim,
Thomas Burke, Ida M
Evans, William Mac
Hart, Dr. Woods Hut
chinson, Arthur Somers
Roche, Edwin Balmtr
and P. G. Wodehouse.
TOWAnD sunset of n California eveninR, Peter
H. Kyne and Ino man ever had a better com-'
panion than Peter 1). Kyne drove up to one of
i e P'ctwrcsque old mUilon In louthem Callfor-n001-"
nnd sandaled padre welcomed un.
Wo strolled into the. churchyard just as the even.
inK hells were tolling.
We vcro studylnB the old Spanish names on the
gravestones and tnmlnj; on the California that was
when wc came upon one stone that startled us to
attention.
Sacred to the Memory of
j Patrick O 'Rtilly of County Cork '
The dates on the headstone went back two en.
rations.
I turned to Peter.
jWhat under the sun do you suppose led Patrick
cht."V' nty Cork' ,nto t,"s sPnth settle-
Wlth that wonderful Irish smile of his, he
answered: '
' W!?Ri 'fa9 nn IrJhman anywhere? 'Twas a
pair of llashinK black eyes, tt) be sure."
1 le and I have tnlkcd about the Bravestone'a num
ber ot times since; it fascinated both of us. rinally.
early this spring while we were after trout in the
northern part ot California, it ave Pcler Kyne the
inspiration for the best novel he has written.
It's a novel which has to do with the days of the
old ranchos, the days of guitars in the moonliijht,
he days of beautiful Spanish women, and men ual'
?nV?niir ivc i.A,"? " ha? U do very vitally with
the Ca iforn la of today, and with a California ques
tion which is so Inr.reachinK that it affects cverv
man, woman and child In the United States.
The novel begins in the January issue of Comuo
rolitan. I want every reader of CsmoPolitan to
Ih-v! n at the benmninvj, because, in the cour.cofonc
ot tho most retnarUably fine lovc-storlcs I ever read,
l .tave learned more about one part of my country
than I could have from any other source.
KAY LONG, EJit,r , Cin..,,M
"America's Greatest Magazine
smopolit
wtt a 0n Sr, at A!l Nw Stands
TULSA NEWS COMPANY
tan
mini i ii
ALUMNAE OFFICIAL COMING,
Mr. .. . I'arrMi. .Vatlmml Aiela.!
Hllll lu-IVif.. Ilin- for Mi'ctliiK, I
Mra. .1 t I'nrrNh of Vandall.i.i
Mo vlee-ihaltmnn of tho miuth
weip,n filnirdt of the National A
roelullon of f'ollrKn Alumnae, will
arranuc, If po-nllilr, to intend thn
reiiilar meeiir)K of tht TuIm branch
January 21, a., , onlliiK to word re
tieivud hy Mrn. fleorKr .M ItunHom, !
ex-priil(letit. Mm. I'arrlnh ntated 1
that film wlMhi'il to confer with the
Tulaa eolli'trlatii iilninnut In irnnrdi
lo eMabll.hment of additional chap.
teia(ln (ikluhoma and of a atutowldu 1
oinaiil.ation. ,
The Tulaa thnpter la In IIh third'
ve-ir nml wax the flrat In tho alute.
Thtotuth Itif offorta, n chapter w'na
iiryiinizcii in .Mi nn un In Uerptntier,
Should
A Husband
forgive his wife for
denying hi m the child
his heart craves?
Announcing New Location
We Are Now Located 'in
Our New Home at
w' 14 East Sixth St.
YOU tO a. a,
Where we are now pre
VMt Uh pared to serve your floral
In Our ttn decoration needs most
advantageously.
New
Location ,
Mrs. DeHaven's Flower Shop
14 East Sixth Street Phone Osage 5155
Safe fflUk for INFANTS INVALIDS
ASK FOR
Horlick!s
The Orif iaal
AyoU
Imitation
u4 Sub.tirotaa.
lnfanta,lritll(JlindOfowtnChlldrfn I HlchMllk.MalladOralnKrtraftlnPowiltr
Tka Original Food-Drink For All Ages No CooUog-Nourishlnf-Dli tiUbla
Quaker Minister Is
Grateful to Tanlac
' '
Rev. Parker Moon, Carthage, Missouri.
Nearly everybody in Southwest
MUsoiirl ellhiT knoWN or has heard
of the nv. Parker Moon, who (or ill
full half century him duvotud his life,
and talentg to Sunday achuol and or-I
Itanlzatlon work for the Society of
iTicmn or miAkcrM. lie rcnldua at
028 Howard avenue. Carthacn. 5Io.
"UlH'le I'arkor." aa lie 1h morn fa.
muiariy known, came from fine old
rugyeil Qunker atock, unit thero 1h
not a better known or more IiUhly
reapccted'cltUon In that part nf tho
Htate, In leferrltift to hl.i remark
able retiionitlon to health by Tanlac,
he Willi'
"About five years nco 1 aliffi-rcd
a Rrner.it breakdown. My principal
trouble waa nervous indlReatlon. My
appetite waa very poor nnd my food
Kuldom ukp'OiI with me, nml 1 had
to llvo on. a ery reetrlctod diet.
i 'v "Nearly tverybndy worth
while reads Cosmopolitan
107 MHTII IIOl'lilUIIV
os.t;u a7a
t
suffered u Kie.U deal from head
arhes and dliry apells, I had auvero
pallia across tho small of my back
and was badly constipated most of
Win time. In fact, I was ko weak
anil itiiidown 1 waa not able to nt
tend to my duties'.
"This condition mado me very
nervous and I could not hleep at
nlKht, Kreipiently I would n awako
moat all nlKht and was In that con
dUInn more or leas for flvo years.
MV nllVfJplAll Hlll.t lin r.nl,l ,1.
- ...... .... Wl.tl. .... 1
anythlnf for mo unil auitseatcd a'
eh.niRe of climate. ,1 then moved to
loxas and went back and forth
three times but did not Bet tho re
i nan uoii.(t ror. Finally, I got
so bad off I wus not able to get
iiroiinu wun nny iterreo of comfort
I was also told I had heart trouble.
"I had read about Tanlac and
as it had been very hlRhly rocooi'
mended to mn. T 1 nnl.ln.f n mti ll
I not n bottle nnd had taken only a!
mint-a iinui i could notlro i
marked imnrovenmni In mi.
Hon. I noticed especially that I wna
not troubled nny more with aour
stomach after eatlns, which wna a
hiviu rent'!,
"I kept on tnklnir Tanlac until 1
fllllv. .,l,.,.ln.1 ..... ....
' ui) iiraiin, .iy appe-
tltu Is splendid; I enjoy my meals
and I do not find It necessary now
to take any laxative medicines of
lint' k'll.,1 T n ..1 .
oiti'i" muni ocixcr
and mn not nearly so nervous.
i inito Brent pleasure ln recom.l
mendlntr Tan la q to nnyone whof
- - ...w,.,,, .luiimi, ur tvnil
suffers with idnmacli trouble. J
hnvo recommended Tnnlno to a
Kreat many of my friends and am
lltaifl a.ai1 1, ...... ..1. ..ll... . a . .
tlMM H .Itnmnnl 1 ,v t.l.tl....i ..
' w l"lulltIIU(lt
Tnnlno Is sold In Tulsa exclusively
hy the Quaker and I'urltnn DruK
Companies. Ad
JJ j niO-aat KOtTH MAIN
Boys' Shop
Boys' 50c Hoie
3 Pair for
$1.25
Boys' $2
Straight Knee
Pants 95c
Final Cut on Boys'
Clothing-furnishings
We've completed our inventory and remarked every
garment at less than Replacement Prices. And while
every sale means a loss to us, we believe it's going to
make manyjjiew friends for our Boys' Store.
Here are, beyond any question or doubt, the lowest
prices that boys' good clothes have sold at in the Jast
five years. Every garment is guaranteed to give satis
factory wear or a new one free.,
75c
95c
$075
$inoo
IU
Boys' Shirts and Blouses,
choice of any $1.50
Blouse or Shirt at ... .
Choice of any Boys'
$2.00 Cap at
Boys' Fine all Wool
Suits, regular $20.00
values at
Bovs' Warm all Wool
Overcoats, $20.00 and
$22.50 values at ... .
Boys' $4.50 and $5.00
Knee Pants at
Boys' Corduroy Suits
made of Cromp ton Rain
Proof Corduroy at-. . r
Juvenile Overcoats $15
values at . .
$095
L
$045
U
SO IS
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