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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 29 July 1906

7 TELEPHONE VP0STAL nd They Will Send for Your Messages. Phone 348 The World Want Department THE TULSA DAILY WIELD. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1906. The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. WORLD WANT ADS HERE'S A TEW DEEDS OF- LUTLE WORLD WANT ADS THE PAST WEEK: SOLD A HOUSE AND LOT; SOLD A FARM; FOUND A LOST WATCH; SECURED A RESPONSIBLE PARTY TO TAKE AN OIL LEASE; RENTED A COTTAGE; SUPPLIED TEARFUL HOUSEWIVES WITH WILLING WORK GIRLS; IN SHORT, WORKED A MULTITUDE OF WONDERS. WORLD WANT ADS WILL DO THE SAME FOR YOU. FOR SALE. "toK BALK Several buudreS pounds of eight-point face Centtfrj Exuandcd tvne. direct from the Amer ican Type Founders Co. I bought this type to use in starting the worm last fall. I now have two linotype in the office and no use for the type. It is all in (food shape, some of it has never been inked. Territory print shops hunting . ap can do no better than call or te J. R. Brady Wnrid office....

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 29 July 1906

f TIZ 17lA D42.T VCZJJ) S7T31T .TIT 1M. ULLi TEN-ASH Adjoining The Horner Addition T-BAOT ON THE MARK TULSA L IN THE BASE Wkai fit Luis Tlitk f fc4. htu t th WfM, ht. Jul Vt.Th Kur- (1f;wl' "i"" jt1ii enlfs KiAty, ay lb f)li : "1 mMy '. 2. th I'trvm, K- uVr, a I'uih bo had w l''n i a-tifi u I" Hi U to lon a liasl a klffhlr M-f,lirtil db'lt Willi IU Cardinal Thqraday. M'lkr ant bwi atril the tvAUf MAtt, who bad j't eld thir iir trip i Ma f rl'Tj, "l''y" iifivi' rbarifra I""' 'I""" ftr.l fa In-r. Tl- tln-y won llir lrirM. 'J'iiK I' dhifH, I bey iiade it (. ut f f'mr iff lb kiifu" frxU-n. III! riyht .('If ii in el- Until ll-. The tut ff turn numbered fn, I fatmml f''ir Mien, and !'( y a fk IhrouKhoiit. Tli ! '(if Mm tl.il"l f'nr. Thai is pfM.f ffflllV f hi lliin-n. In-ai'ln, itiiiclil ul (' Int.. lrt mm 'ir mtVing a ri'l ju-lifi"K lX !'' "''ly. IWt-kUy il olli'T HiMnlr ut lli MWIimki-y ffiiily mm ImiI dim l fnrf lit CurillMiln lrlfl !, Iii i ilnliiinl In IiwiiIIi I lii llli-r. KImmIi-i...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 31 July 1906

DAILY WOMJD) TT TTT rl A k I 11 I II V VOLUME I, NO. 258 THE TUL8A DAILY WORLD. TULSA. INDIAN TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1005. Gov. Bob Taylor Says There's Too Much Government and A(tfs That lie Believes the Democrats Will Win Next Election, h That Event, the Condition Will Undoubtedly Change GREATER OKLAHOMA REPUBLICANS MEET BIG MEETING IN PROGRESS AT BARTLESVILLE. I 00V. FRANTZ SPEAKS EXECUTIVE AT BANQUET RES PONDS TO TOAST. CHOOSE COMMITTEEMAN Central Committee Favors Selecting Honoree from Outside of Tulsa, Which Will Be Done Today. Special to the World. Bnrtlesville, July 30, 12 p. m. The greatest meeting (if republicans that '.has ever been held in the southwest is nuw in progress in this city. All day, prominent representatives of the party from every section of "the two territories have been amvnig ana were met by enthusiastic workers who had preceded them. The keys of the "town were placed in the hands of the visitors and the esprit de corps of 'republicanism was ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 31 July 1906

tj:e tulsa daily world. Tuesday morning, july 31, 1900. LEIIR OUT-LEIIERED AT HIS OWN DEAIi NEWPORT BY MAN IN EMPIRE GOWN One Didlcy Suddenly Findi Fame by Invading Cirino BewiUhingly Attired Jewels in His Hair. Newport, It. I., July :. At the Casino dance last night there was a wnsiitiim which (lie governors of that aristocratic place Kay will nut occur again. It was tlio sensation of I ho dull season. A 1 1 1 1 lt mail dressed as a woman appeared in the gold ' ami white theater ami ilaiii'i'il iiml Hilled oh a woman. The youny man in iiii'Htiin was dudley Mcian, kiui of William IfniM'in Morgan, who owns a villa uu lihode Island avenue. Tlic young man had been at a din tior for yciung ooh, mid he enteral tin Casinii theater with Miss Pauline 1'Ycnch, daughter (if Mm. Henry French, anil a niece of Mrs. Alfred G. Vandcrbilt. When Morgan, superbly gowned in white einbroideried net, in empire -Htyle, with a rural necklace, long, while Kiiede glove, Japiinexo fan, mi I blonde wig, with ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 31 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 31. 1906. GORKEY'S APPEAL TO AMERICANS PLEADS WITH THIS COUNTRY TO HELP RUSSIA THRONE IN DANGEy Hangman and Thieves to Terrorize Country Polish Rebels Kill Two Russian Generals. French eimeli horses, Of mump, they Hie nut nei.'loctiiig Hie heavy draft horse, Tim dealer ha been ipiick to appreciate I he Oklahoma horses, they .ire snaniicil up as soon UH they are old enough, lor use. A farmer down there li ii! a hard time to keep from Hulling his Ihmm'K unless they have blemishes. Viiii we a lut nf them with wire cut; these me the ones that h I i v behind, They are serviceable cnoiiuli, lmt they ue nut salable in the iri'iieral iiiiirket. "As fur the general lieallh of Okla homa Imii scs, I hey seem to lie alltii i.-.l n'liiune from disease, Fine, lieallhy toek. II 'h going to he a great horse if rowing state," MAIN LINE FLO New York, July :. Maxim (lor key today made public on appeal di rected to the people of Ameriea to ' help the people o...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 31 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1906. The Tulsa Daily World J. . BRADY Editor and Owner TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. Daily, except Monday, one week, by currier I .10 Daily, one month, by earner 40 Dully, one year, by mail 3.00 Office in Seam tn Building, Third Street, Telephone No. 3o6 Entered in the Tulsa Fostoflice as second clamr matter. A PAVING APPEAL TO GUTHRIE MAKING ALCOHOL A SERVANT Alcohol Iiiih mt long been the muster of weuk men , that it seems almost iucreilililu Unit we should bu on the threshold of an era in which it in to be a most vuluuhlc .. I -...' .!' , ' . if t iv il jkivbiii.. inm-usMing mm Harassing oi me I'ciuon, uie Chicago Itccord-llcrald says: " AllHilliil ' .,.llllfllli. M U ,1.,...,... iu ' a lj'iimiii'il tin UIUI 1.V IMWU in U 1.WI stublished that it will take a long demonstration of the useful work it can do to establish it in a firm place among the good servants of umu. Nevertheless the Lances are that before many years huve passed, a bal a...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 31 July 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. 1UESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1900. co2ecoeccoeceototootOtorc UMBRELLAS One lot of about thirty all bilk, with sterling silver uau- es, worth $3.50 $40 Q $5 each, at .Y' "7 TRUNKS. Heavy 34 and 36-inch brass bound, yale locks, worth $7.50, $3 and $10, clearing price ...... .$5.95 SUIT OASES. Good, solid, all leather, steel frnme, Yale lock suit cases, worth $7.50, clear ance price $4.95 NAPKINS. Thirty dozen all linen napkins, pood size, worth $1.25, clearance price .-89c One dozen to customer. OVERALLS AND . JUMPERS. $1.00 values 90c f5c values 65c 50c valueg 45c 1 lot men's unlaundered shirts at, each 11c Get busy. WORK SHIRTS. Best quality, heavy stripes and blues, worth 50 and 75c clearance price 89c LADIES' HOSE. 25 dozen ladies white stockings, worth -Hi and 35c, to close 19c 25 dozen tan lace children's hose, worth 25c closing price 19c - SUSPENDERS- Best quality., imitation French Guyott, worth 25c and 35c, clearance price, on lv 19c MEN'S HANDKERCHIERS 10...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 31 July 1906

6 THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1908. V WVWf W WW WW WW WW WW WW WWWW tffWj TULSA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS; MISCELLANEOUS "JOB PRINTING AS i i i iLJ i ooooooooooooojocccooooiDao8 :to030oocccoDtotooco i: 5) Main Street ENGLISH GIRLS AND "BRIDGE. Many Contract Gambling Habit, Bays Father Vaughn. bunion, July .'HI. Uriilne wliist mini ni; tin- women nf England in nun ing to Iw a serious faleor in demornl- i.mt! society, rilintf In tlu' Hrv. Father Bernard Vaughn. Ho told f inuny lii'iiiitil'iil Hnli -ti girl who had become slaves nf tlic gambling luiliit through the littli- "bridge" pit rtif given by matrons in the best society. "Vli:il run Kill with llii' gambling curse iiMiit Iiit dn?" hiiiiI Father Vaii'.'hn. "Ilrr debts must lie paid. Win' re was lu' to find the money f In her shame she ilnre nut go to her fath er r mother. Then it was that the devil in human nhnie, who Iniil the trap, r:ile a bargain by which In-r debt iii...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 31 July 1906

f THE TUL8A DAILY WIELD. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1906. TELEPHONE POSTAL nd They Will Send for Your Messages. Phone 348 The World Want Department The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Bastern Territorial Papers Combined. WORLD WANT ADS HERE'S A FEW DEEDS OP LITTLE WORLD WANT ADS THE PAST WEEK: SOLD A HOUSE AND LOT; SOLD A FARM; FOUND A LOST WATCH; SECURED A RESPONSIBLE PARTY TO TAKE AN OIL LEASE; RENTED A COTTAGE; SUPPLIED TEARFUL HOUSEWIVES WITH WILLING WORK GIRLS; IN SHORT, WORKED A MULTITUDE OF WONDERS. WORLD WANT ADS WILL DO THE SAME FOR YOU. FOR SALE. tVti hAlii Sevorai hundred pounds of eight-point face Century Expanded type, direct from the Amer ican Type Founders Co. I bought this type to use in starting the World lust fall. I now have two linotypes iu the office and no use for the type. It is all in good Bbape, some of it has never been inked. Territory print shops hunting i ap can do no batter than call or te J. R. Brady, World offic...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 31 July 1906

I THE TULflA DAILY WO ELD. TUESDAY MOBNINO, JULY 31, 1906. IN THE BASE Tne uoin-ueuuiK Dcneme ounaay, The Jlostnu HliiniiiiT lirU hasc ball h ... n ...I nl r. team allrncted the lintfi'st crowd at Spoilsmen s I'ark hun luy nricrnoon thai Inn witnessed n baM' ball Riinio in Tul-n lliii season. Tim visitors were pilled DL'aiiist n iiii'k-iiii li'iun of wliul were considered t 1 bull pliivtT lie- fun' Ihc Indies pit n try lit llii-m. None; ol the IiK'iil leiini Ims lieon semi since . the frame, lly a seore of 11 to 2 Tulsa .;i ri'triilali'.l tin' far extremity " . srrulihv limber, ninl lias nut oin- ;. tn Ihc limit (if tint World giiing Jj invs. '. J'liiMi' w ere iml more 1 1 1 ti it I'niir men k.yins with I In' Ladies. Two were finest and wore Ilic mule linliibnls of in Inlldoni, lint lo Ihc fi-nc-nil run of I he rooters it appealed n nine Ihjiifr thai ill lens! I wo of Hie. No, 5 periox ides wilh HnfT.v hairs flying licruilin','ly about their faces, went none oilier than men of yoiin...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 1 August 1906

f MJILSA DAILY MM Vv,, WO Li VOLUME I. NO. 259 Jjji'njby the Sounds MANY MATTERS SEVERAL BILLS ALLOWED CUL VERT TO BE BUILT. WILL DEMAND NO BOND Paving Contractor to Put Up No Mon eyVacancies Filled Plumbing Board Formed. Considerable routine un-mess was transacted at the a.'journcd session of the city council held last night. Sev eral apiMiintmeiits to fill vacancies were announced and other matters of minor importance were attended to. The council was euilod to order shortly after eight by Mayor Mitchell, and following the roll call the mayor announced the acceptance of the re signation of Dr. Mayginnes as a mem ber of the board of health of the city. . Dr. W. A. Cook was appointed to fill the vacancy. The announcement of the resignations of D. C. Rose and R. F. Pettus as members of the board of equalization were announced and E. N. North and W. A. Sharp were ap pointed on the board. The member of the board retaining 'his seat was Mr. Rhode. The question was raised as whether the ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 1 August 1906

tttt.hA DAILY WORLD. WEDNESDAY MORNDiQ, AUOUST 1, 1906 2 rum im cniiTMUPCT PI AN CAMPAIGN TO FIGHT FOR RATES TO REPAIR OLD MUDDY I GUTHRIE AROUSED. Kansas Civ. Mo., .Inly - .T1' HWt tu It I" l..v tin- . !. - llcni'ii iiHHifiuti.m l. secure lower live Htm-k froil rale in the southwest will lake I'"'"' "f "" "''I"'"1 'I' th.. mill I iiii.ixM.nnTH in Midi Males ns have regularly nn;:ini.ed by "it" will I"' cnmpaiitn "f , "im.nl siiimoii, nun.-. -,i,,Ml demand I'"' I'"''1'!""' ivvi.lll fill' If il'l. I I"' ;n ... mi v ill.1 mil' .'I laM Inner w.f ' Seen-ev was vast ..limit lh' meclini; .. ., ;,.il il llic llaliniHTi' or i in il"." . ,,,,, in Kansas Civ a P ; Kansas I'..I.m-.I... '.."' . . . I T..,i.. Ul'll' III llllcll'l ll.,laliiiii. " ' , . v v n..... .. ..I iiiiim' .'.I l f. r Wai.,ll..'i.'P'T'l "". "I 1 Worth. Itnl all refused to say nn- thimr of the plan i'' ,lia,l, o t.. lower railroad ra es. Tl.cy admitted thai to b.' the object l their n.-liii!. but ha.l a ';I,,",t"',: i; mi..ii...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 1 August 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1906. 3 ATTRACTIONS BOOKED FOR THE COMING SEASON SOME OF FINEST TALENT COM ING TO SOUTHWEST. WILL PLAY IN TULSA Prospects Aro Bright for an Excel lent Season at the Grand Opera House, The number, standard, mid excel lence of the attractions t lint are to be offered at the (Irand Opera House 'during the coining season will rivnl tbose of cities a score of times the :nize of Tulsa, if all that has been 'booked, make their appearance on the local boards. M imager Unci bus ibeen in direct touch with the hooking agency at New York since the closing of .the theatrical season last spring and by using his influence, has seeur for presentation in Tulsa, all of the important attractions that will tour the southwest, this coming fall and winter. The Grand, in this city, is a part of the Greenwell circuit, which includes approximately thirty-six houses in the 'Territories, Texas and Louisiana. This circuit is owned by Messrs. Phil and Henry flr...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 1 August 1906

THE TULBA DAILY VORI.D WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1906. The Tulsa Daily World J. . ItlMDY. Editor and Owner TKKUS OK SUHSCKIPTION. Daily.except Mi,ilay, one week, by carrier.... Daily, one month, tiy carrier..., l)ai!y, cine yem-. by insil )..X. ,? 3.011 .1 .10 . .4(1 O Ice lii Scam in Building, Third Street, Telephone No. fttf Entered in the Tulsa I'ostbfrire aa second class matter. A CALL TO ORGANIZE. s.i 11', sane iiml progiessive government which , Hay have enjoyed for hu umt halt' century. At leant three ot the eoiijjrtssuion, the Icgislatine aitl two United Stales sen alms, will he elected hy the Republican party." :u : TULSA GETS CONVENTION. To the Republican editor of the Third Congres- ' sional Dutrict, conipr.'sing the Cherokee, Creek ' Seminole and Quapaw nations: Pursuant to the request of the National Con- greseional Press association, a moeting is hereby called in the city of Tulsa, for Monday, August 13, at 1 o'clock, for the purpose of organizing a Republican Press...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 1 August 1906

THE TULSA DAILY W ' i R LH WLDHISDAY MORNIKO, AUGUST 1. 1906, I oooooooooootctooo TIMRI?T!T.T.A H I i One lot of about thirty all silk, with sterling silver han dle, worth (3.50 (4 (5 emh, at .... $2.69 TRUNKS. Heavy 34 and 30-ineh brass bound, yale locks, worth (7.50, (8 and $10, clearing priee $5.95 SUIT OASES. fiood, solid, all leather, steel frame, Yale lock suit eases, worth (7.50, clear ance price f 4.95 GAUZE VESSS. 50e Lisle 39c 25c Cotton 19c 15e Cotton He Only a few of 10c value, to close at 7c TABLE LINENS. Pure all linen, 2 yard wide, pretty pattern, worth $1.2.1, to clone'..... 98c $1.00 value 89c (1.50 value 11 MUSLIN DIHWERS One dozen, made with 1 heading and very pretty edr- insr and embroidery, worth 1.50, to close ..... 93c . $1.00 value Sflc 7.re valiie 50c IIUSLIV CORSET COVERS. ..'Mil v.ih.c 148 ill "" vnNea J 25 '! "0 Vitl'ie 98 $1.(10 wtlncN 89 TV vul ie jo - I ten. Mently trimmed in Nee .mil rihhon, worth 50e, If i i e 25c SILKS. We Mill have a few short leng...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 1 August 1906

TULSA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS . MISCELLANEOUS MARTIN, MOO EE k RTCE, Attorney!-t Law. First Nntionul Bank Building. 0. W. M'OAETY, Physician and Surgeon, Booms 21H-21!) First Nutionul Hunk building 1'liono 200. Hesidenee, 500 S. EIkiu. TULSA, OKIiA. CITY SCAVENGER "JOB N T 1 N J. W. Maupin, residence Third and Guthrie. Leave orders at police Headquarter. Phone 439 Tulsa Ind. Ter, DOOTOl ) QEEEN AND FISKE Mnnev tn Loan At nieht nnr cent. Loan anywhere. No delay. No commissions, BUEL-RODOLF INV. CO., Rear Turnifirg' Rank. W. I). Abbott J. W. Woodford ' Dr. Mary E. Green 25 years ei YOU LIKE IT" ABBOTT & WOODFORD Lawyers Illukbiirn Building TulHa .... Iud. Ter. periuuce in obstetrics and diseases of women and children. Dr. Mary Green-Fisne Graduate University of Illinois. Women and O0000000o0 children. Ollloe lit residence, 616 Cheyenne ave. Day and night phones Alcorn Hotel ADRIAN HOUCK, Lawyer. 29!). PR AS is F I O00CO0O0sK0OsKO ! Main Str...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 1 August 1906

7 TELEPHONE POSTAL And They Will Send For Your Messages. Phone 348 J The World Want Department TES TULSA DULY WtlLD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUQUST 1, 1906. U The World Regularly Publishes a Larger Class ified Department than All Other Eastern Territorial Papers Combined. WORLD WANT ADS HERE'S A TEW DEEDS OF LITTLE WORLD WANT ADS THE PAST WEEK: SOLD A HOUSE AND LOT; SOLD A FARM; FOUND A LOST WATCH; SECURED A RESPONSIBLE PARTY TO TAKE AN OIL LEASE; RENTED A COTTAGE; SUPPLIED TEARFUL HOUSEWIVES WITH WILLING WORK GIRLS; IN SHORT. WORKED A MULTITUDE OF WONDERS. WORLD WANT ADS WILL DO THE SAME FOR YOU. FOR SALE. r'UK bALK bevoral hundred pound of eight-point face Century Expanded type, direct from the Amer ican Tyie Founder! Co. I bought Una type to nae in starting the World last fall. I now have two linotype in the office and no use for the type. It ia all in good shape, some of it has never been inked. Territory print shops hunting . ap ean do no better than call or - te J. R. Brady, World ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 1 August 1906

THE lUldIA DAILY WOfM.ti WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST I, 1906. IN THE BASE SOUTH CENTRAL LEAOUE. South McAleHtor, fl; Tulsa, 4-Tuli-a Inst to tlit visitors, SimiIIi Mc-Ah-sier, yesterday, in a 1 " "" n t -hilinii i ii tin- local iliiiinniiil. by ii Score i'( (I Id I. Tim home boys ih'l iml M'i'iii t" livl I heir eye I'" 'In' ''"II mill Millionth Din Miners g i 1 up six bit errors, they were nut siillleienl tu i.m tin' panic. Hut nine hits were iiimli' i'lT Porter for tin' visitors, ir.'iiinsl I'mnlicn i'lT Drew. 'I'lir Oilers still have a running chance if 1 1 " would '.'iimrr iii mid play tin' uuine. Tin' score: H II I' South M. AN -I. r tM I (; Tiil-u I !' " Batteries: I n wand Iai'ii-. Por ter iiiul White. AMERICA NASSOCIATION. At Louiflvillo. Tim M-..rt: I! H K I,ouisville "i t " 3 ii I i a ii :i i"l i s I !' 1 Balleries: Stretcher, 1 nt I mil ii iiml Sinner. Theilmun mul Holmes. At Milwaukee. Tlu score: It 11 K Milwaukee t) Miirni'iipolis 2 -r Butteries: Curt is mul Hntli. Hch rin...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 2 August 1906

TULSA DAILY WOMIj) VOLUME I HO. 260. THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. TULSA, INDIAN TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MORNINO, AUGUST 2, 1000. The Russian Mutiny Now in Progress is. forecasted as the First of a Scries of Great Bloody Uprisings h V ill Uliiiratcly Free the Pccpte cf the Land of the Czar .ret iUSS IA ZAR FEARS SPREADING OF UP RISING TO CRONSTADT SAILORS HELOTS PRISONERS Keenest Anxiety Felt Over Entire Em pire. Czar's Yacht Has Up Steam at Palace Gate Helisgfors, Aug. 2.-2:40 a. m. Humor of surrender entire mutinous tforce at Svaborg was brought over to Helsingfors by postmaster at Svaborg. It is impossible to confirm this rumor Jiere. Fire from cruisers has seri ously damaged fortifications. There Jias been no firing for last two hours. -Mutineers have failed in their efforts to secure provisions. St. Petersburg, August 2, 1:15 a. an. St, Petersburg is anxiously wait ing news of the outcome of yester day's battle between the mutineers .and the government forces at Sva borg. No definite inf...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tulsa daily world. — 2 August 1906

THE TULSA DAILY WORLD. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1906. TENNESSEEAN DEMANDS A LAW AGAINST CORSETS. PEEKABOOS FOWDER AND PAINT. CONERESSMAM N. HALE Throw i Up Hand in Despair Over This and RQKct for the Aboli Ln if Dancing. Knowille, Trim., Aiu. 1.- Con gre.niii N'aihan W. lisle, of the See )! diMiict of Tihihsmt, I hiii: ti t hard task Imm H M l tun) w tifli one if h.s ci ililnrnl f dais aii tvie him. niuinc him In introduce hill pri hilut mc .imiriiiL', luil to day, lin tie iwi iwd Idler iiiviiic Kim i.i p hill in coiiirress ptvhilnt inn "jwi kalino" ihls cir.ct paint, ml v ,-i, If frit more like tr fcictiinp. The Cim1ilnrnt ' Utter read a follow : 'The Hon. Nathan W. Half, Coninvu man Second Tennessee UiMrirt. lVar Sir: I ant to wye upon j'oa the wvwxity for a national la Tihihiiiiii the w. -rata ftvni wearing r-eekahe' shirt waists, cutset, frvm nttinc pair.t and poadrr on their fane K.ditor. .vlesroiihs and thf WVC T, 1. mBiWi and viher havj spukra araim-i the 'peekaboo' shirt ...

Publication Title: Tulsa Daily World
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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