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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 11)19.
FAXPAYERS TAKE UP
, , rml IMm-u-Io" ,r Imp""''
,i,l t omnillii-' Hrrmrm !Mali!
l M.iniluy Mwllng.
SEWER PROBE PROGRESSES
lrr rllle lufnil w,wk
Mienil M-tlnn: Miturr Will
(.11 in t.rund Jury.
lll ll '
ip II HI'
.he Tnip l-H(iur.
rt Ml tlif roL-rl Iihumo lust
,,,v i-nl ai atHrted to
fur iiiiiirnveineiit III" li ni t
, . , ... j frerk liinil In '"" ,,f
.rrtiKiiH of TuIhm. known a
h.i-eh.ill piirk. four hlnrka
.,.,1 i-Hl.itf oriupU'! lrln-
VneW?!? C?nlCimeJc, G "-CREASE APPEAL ALLEGED BOOTLEGGER School Attendance in Tulsa County HAGAN SAYS TULSA
Drill Without His Shoes, He Says REFUSED BY COURT USED A CLEVER RUSE1 Increases 4,000 Over 1918 Figures, SHOULD 'PERK UP'
I', 1 hll
kduellerj and lanip-
.1 l,,n.ns I"'1'" piircellcd out to
.. . ...I I- ivi.i'i.rn
Itwhali?-. 'lie irfn'. e"
nil ,.i ,.pr l t V
lt nil nn Hit of ron-
eiiwiry IU'lnro umnmi i i.m
I,, nf II. Tho lr.ut lie"
. I'iiii i) Inn ks and vv eM
. v . (itlnn'1
i ni.ii' sIiowimk the loiallon
I ,,,.1 uli rrlntion to iho I'lifil -
.,,u 7-1 r lit I linn rei,irn.o hit
f Til Nil I" i-liow tlio !iei'e.-.HItV
, iihioiiion oi irie
th.it It '"' Iniio'ovrd
Mime iiM-ful imriionp. It
i hut Senator tiwrn ha
,, iiitroiliiiH In coiiKrvaa
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Mh'tit-x limit) oiiHlriirthin.-
. riper, 'i ii'rinher of tlif Kat
tnent iiNioflatliui, up
e i.. I rnw
. . .. . - in.
.r.ire i mi ii'iiru" ii ii
Inferior work had
i-ollMll llrtlotl of I hi'
ii hi liool. Id' Kaul
l i lii lln III'
i' IITMIM -
.. . ii... i,,niiil.tlliiiiH urrn we.ik
. v 1 1 1 1 1 1' of i hi" hull'liim
...ihiil- to fall. The matter had
i lirnucht I" '"p hmoiiiii.ii in iii
1,,,-in . vvhlrll iaueil aimie
opium to tin inane, 0111
nt remedy hud heeit
I h Kild.
Si'll'I'H propi-llj own. ir ii. .in in.
.....n, ni-t and '-st lnrt' of Hi
.mi i.illid 1 1 ill Ion to Iho rliilin
thai lin n ci" IIOH8 wi re not KctlltiK
tin-ir ih.ni' of tin- .irkt und houlc
i.,r.lr. A I'liiniiiltli'' to look aftir
tlllH Ili.ltl'T HH lipolntd, COtlHlHt-
Inn off A S.indiiHon. J II. Thomas
luiil T (' HtiKnt's.
It I.' IliTcor. rhnirnmil of tho
(MiHMiiliPo .l..hi?atd h tho li-aictic
l inwBtiifHlP l.iltMS of Irr KtilaritH'M
In rmiiidllon Willi tlf fonatri: ..lion
df mciK in l iiri'Ml park, lu-llcvlew
ami or. nit I'ark rcporli-d Hint cvl-ilriMi-
had hi'i'ii oliiinifd that tho I'll
(!Ui"it'h ("itiniate In one Inalanro
nlniHfd I'l torn jardM of rm k In hr
univiitnl, mIitc only l!,0ilil yardn
hitc iirtiially tnovrd. It whm al
hCid hi Mi. r.ctcir heforc tho
Ira Kin- th.it Iho I'liKlnoor who had
iiihiIi- the ratimali' had lofl tho rlly.
Th nialKr. Mr. Horner fiald, would
hi luicnted lo the grand Jury now
In urMliiii. Heforeii.-o waa made lo
this mailer & .lildi;o liwon Iq IiIm
Intrui Ilium to the Kraiwl Jury.
IV II I'arr. rhalroian of Iho coni
n iltre In prixine tho )slahllHhiiioiil
if ilnwntiiHii iiiinforl KtatlntiN, ro
jiurteil ihul tho rlly authorltloH had
urantfil ieriiitshliin for tho tollotH
in tlif haaenienl nf llio city hall In
he iivr, hy Iho puhllc, hut Unit no
fumlH were aailahlo lit preMont
with nhi'li tho rity rutild build new
run fort Matlonn
Hfporl wan ni.ule that the cdty
eer tfrently ('(iinplolod from
AVuralnard I'ark lo Kwum lako had
hern iiiiiKOHted hy dirt fiillluK
Ieen the lnni.e )olnt of plpo. which
In HiiMlt Inula, on, II waa aalil. wore
Im lieii apart. A commlttoo com-
piinorl of Lorenio lirlrr, J. I). Jonra
nil A I' (ierlach. waa appointed to
inimtnate tho mattor.
Premilent Mi Cluro of tho hoard of
nhicatiiin. waa Invited lo addroHa Iho
ii't meiMinK of the li kuo on next
Mnnil.iy niKht on tho BUhJoel of the
Vrnimril fl non noil hnnd Ihsiio for
Thrre u ill mooting of Iho
verutlie (inninltieo nf Iho league
i' Hi' office nf the focroliirv. M J.
'ila.s. Tuemlav Hfternoon lo run-M'lii-
liiiMirl,int inattrrH, II waa 1111
' mi m,i. March 3 Selection of
" Jir i.ir the trial of .1. Norman
1 1 'ink. (.lujer ,,f William Mradway. a
"ii aiio in.imifaciiiror. waa com
I''e!eil tmlay. Aailalant Slalog Al
t'Tiiev J c. (i Hrien. In charno of
t ie prnneetiimn, will mak h.a open
inK xtaiemfn i tomorrow..
Tim priiw uttinti oxpecla Norma
' iia,iKi,,pr ,lf ,hB (lefondant
I!m ktar wltnesB.
There will he no Tulna .ildlr
"hot Ml kjnri!io lhi moriilnif. bul ll
not lioiuusa there aa a luck of
indemnity in the uugimt piocrnd inga
of the inilllary roiirt-rnarcial held at
the armory of Ihe Oklahoma nation
al Kuard huit nighl, when a acore of
pnvateh wore haled heforc the tri
bunal fur failure in icpori i dnll.i
und a himky nergcanl wan phu-ej in
tho prihonor'i dock for pawiiuiif Inn
ovcrciiHl, a particular norlona of
fonr.0 under modern articles nf war,
hoi iiiiip all of a auhhrr'a fguipnient
i the iioieriy of I nclo Sam.
I. lout. KominKton ItoKerM of Tulx-t
' to. I a a Jiiitgo advocate, whiiht duly
it waa to jiniMTiite, defend and JudKe
Ihe accuaed men. all of which he did
Will diKiillv and dfi.iatjh. MaJ
.laniea A Hell, an BHilnr officer of
tlic post, Honed .in prenldeni of the
court and ( apt. ('hai'len W. Iiiilcy.
I'apt. Hoy Stanley. I.ieut. II V. VA rlKht
and Lieut. Com no V. Allen urloil In
an iidviMiirv cupacily
".Stand up "vt. Itii.inoll liuKRin."
coinmuniloil Judne Itnuem. "and ex
plain lo the com! why you were all
ien I from drill on the nlnlii of Fob.
ru.iiy n wiihoiil pcrinilon from your
coiiiinandliiK officer "
"I didn't huve anv ahoea lo wear.--eluined
' I'ouldn't you buy any ahoen?' In
milreil Ihe court.
"v".'' na hi iMiKnln. "I only make
111 a week, ehoca are hmh and II
weara ihem out pretty fiiM whin
ion ro drllllnif '
Thiei wan one of Captain Ftanley'a
men ami the captain k.ild Dial lie
would help IniKKln got a pair of nhoea
o (hut ho could dime l,. iho Mi ,.
t'n lli.it condition and Iho captain'
m'commoniiation, IniKKln a lot off
i ll iii-e
on the payment .,f the imu of er - j 1
"i If Ihe papei a - 1 1 .all
Harney linv fid hnr.
i i. narncy A I'mn e
the mTBeanl who waa a
I'earco waa a lug fellow hn
that ho couldn't aei in ilrills he
he waa working In a lefmery
maniiig iret:y sood wngcr
"You are big enougli an, mtelli
gent looking enough to know iour
roepniiKlbillty an a soldiei , ' K in.ukid
Ihe Judge advocate, .nut if von mo
making euch good wageH and x loin
lug the at a to law by working on
d"y, gucaa you can pill a fill f,,,,.
In addition to tho 1 1 .Mi , oih i,, i,,ur
cane. Cull (he nett cane '
- I. l lley ll. ICnlierti w a cli
with pawning hi menoai II.-
me name or ino miinev leiuli r and i hi
Major Hell caul I tin t Ihe coat would ! nl.
V Siiiuvmr Ju.lg.-, tc I uaul-
fl lo I idmlil alldllv of
lauv of .. It. Mo ulloiigli.
Tol.l I Infurcrniriit if finer He Wa an
(iflliTr Mlmwlf In IMHirail l
leniiiin, lci.tlm.io slum i,
o,d , ,Sm i.,n lliiretn.
N VMIIMIT. in Mar(.h
I'M-ine coiii-l t.idav mihelil
l-lon for the iliMncf i null
ci uiilv and i'l,. ,lt1 n,.. .
k ialmina in t hr
if Ttn -i
"ill I of
ie of Thnmiu (ill
It Mci'iilloiigh, II
llradnliaw and Al
wax hy J uMlcc
i n I he Clrnn I'ool
iin.noo weie in
n- i .-. im i-ren in me nroKor a cupcnm.
Those who were ehaigcl nnh .(
w o. I. laliNenco without loniei In
cluded t orji Miin I'laik, fvt stove
McCai.iklll, Tvt. Kverett A Sn dm ,
I'vt. John l' (iuinn, IM T. W. I'lah.
or. I'vt Albeit It ilordon ami 'i:
Kayiuoml C. Julan all of whom
Idea, gulltv and were fined in miuiII
amounlM. W here mckucaa waa giien
a an enciiHo only the ciwu were ai.
HOMHod. I'.ai h (if (he offendela Waa
given a lectnie bv Iho court on (In.
I aei uiURIIPea of Ihe eoldlel'a ul
' I ion.
Tho flnoH collected bv ihe emir!
marllal were turned oier to the
pnel'g tnuNic fund and will !,.. u,rd to
buy a viclrolu and record fm- ih..
entertainment of Iho enlmted nieii 1
Those who failed to rcepoml lo tho '
Hummomi hent liv the court wil, ,PJ
prohecuted hy Ihe civ, I aut hurltlei.
under tho naiionnl defence ad of;
i fin. it waa Milled ,ui( nljjht bv
I 'i ml.li nig w e! 1N
f ' I'l a liied a :
Mi'l e in t lie milt
1,1 ''""'. liiinrusi. Ihiough hla
Ki.anl .iii li i--.il to II W Millli.iii i
na", of land on which Mil. t
had I.' ii oiliiclng wel.H wheril
lea.o rxiili-o.l mill ihe Ian I !
P. :m.i-. I h nek I,, i ;ilorae. I.atei be
It to df fendanta while mi'.i a
I'll bei'olnlug of ilge he
l ew leaae lailer liil- i
CI cum- (-Inline. I ho ha. I hern tulo. I
and brought nfiit to rancol the ,
lie Til Na illmrlel nmil
lieid lhat pi.iniilfr again Mgnod
i'1'ii'ta.t after he waa :i veara old
In i ii. --i ,iu adopted t anl rm
iteind ion!:, t for d.-femliintH Thl-i
the ifa'e Mipienio court nphehl and
I lux was the dociilon of the an ore mo
I le iNi d
t The i-i Ii inina ri hea'ing of la V j
'I'lggK, Htirted before I nlli'd St. in a'
I ( i oi m i hi. 1 1 ui e r ,1 M W ill' in. I i-.t
:ThurMlai .io, ronliniied t . . i . - of
I he a liM-nee of a goi i" mm nt w iun -'wan
eoiii-l iiled I. nl.iv In ronnm
'dinner Wukiiu who held linug-. to i
j await the a. lion cf the federal giuml I
! Jurv on a i huge of Introducing:
i llquol. II -. I, on, waa fixed in llo'l
' il in of Jl.'.l'O in default of whnhl
ho waa committed lo Jul
tirtgun waa lirrosled l i In pull
Marshal W V I. Ilia iiftei fmn mi.I
ciim'h of whKki had be( n . .i i . 1 n i . I
will, h tlio offi.-.-tn lielieied had .. i u
C'l l 11 ' I' li
I'll llli.l. ,
lo !l fl j
1 'ol)l-. ,
lt.'K-l - .
l la miiii i i I
C I'll l I. ,U'
out HI-.I I
III M b.
mi ii 1 1 w li
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. . II MIS
r e u i r I
i 1 1 1 ' . I
I' lit TuN.i
i Ii il m hen i
Il ly 4 nun
i imi . U' coi'iiing
mi in led h v 'Mrs
i oil nl i ll ier I n
I'n 1 1 ii. 1 1. hi Thin
nl . Iul.il . n of t he
ii- hi. h n o in
II I h la ', m M i Mi I
w as la ken
i .ilv Ii.ih I i .' I I , h,. iron ,,f i
a,i an n. 'C.-. o uriHuil
' miii ,ri. ..l( -
hows ll, it th.r.. iire I'll
n III Iho ( 1 1 II II I l u li.i an. it.... f 1
liniili. hut of thi-i lUIMll'.'l Ml j
'I tin' "lea f and ilillii li 1 1 . i m I e all
' I ' I I'M-. Tin re in e i Ill pei ;
"ons of M'honl a .t in ih - c .111 n I y wliii i
are i l.'.M-eil as feeble minded. The I
ri pel I aKo shows Dial llo-i o are ? 7
Indian of m hi.nl a.- In Tuls.i i.iiiu- ,
t and H I free, In, en
if I ho total thei P are I -.'.ri a while I
miiie-., and I I .liflil .-' whiti females I
I here ale (III negro males and Hi
female... loaklng .1 I, 'I., I nf I VsS
10 mors between tho ages of li audi
1' I in Tula.i i ount.i
'Ihe a. hool census was ta I
laiiuaii, Inn some ul the districts
w.i, late In reporting Ihe results to
l oiinti Siiierlniende I Mrs, Hedges.
Ihe Imroaso in Tulsa county pop
illation i jtcluslvo of the unnoted ills
Iri.l in ehown by the eiiiimei a lion
is I ' per i out
lell Kiwanlans in (.lie More tare
to the I llllllcs a ( II) Is
i'i i ii l r.i '
brought from Kaunas iili h
liriggs T A lliililiatd. i.pei.il of
ee -t !. e Indian s.-rilce and di pu'i
lllillshal .Ills boarded the Ills, o
train from hanas I 'II i nl Co:tlii-
cu pt ut lug
Jashiia Hcifctz lias Violin That Is
Said to Ik' Historical; lie Denies ii;
Horace lljg.in'of ihe legal ibpi -.
inent of die Tiias i onS pa fl y waa l.i
ir.nci(i.ii fct'eaker a. (ho noonday
him henn of the Kmlllil .!ul. I,i :d
Mondai a' Hq'.o J'uls.l Mi ll.ii i:
I spoke on tlio future of T,hm and
In I nlllltnod whal in lioodr.l In runs.. Ilo.
Ill- a In-lter pla.e to l.ve laiial
liootal si'tTii'e tin i-'riel car s)sleio
ihe w-a'e, hI'uiiiIoii and high lenia
ciiinn umlri iiln -in with the up
pioial of tho club In general Mi
II mail allied I'l'l what Tills! need.-d
most is what so. :i h liile.l otl -"u
poliMi of ihe Iiiiki t flails."
li Hi nfni was a i pounced an char,
man of Ihe , om in 1 1 lee which Is li
'e.Ming a camp.ili;ii for ihe arums. -
ion of mote good iiieinher. At th"
neit meeting of l he ilul, s hoard of
lectora ol co.inmitteo will he ap
pointed to Investigate tho atreel nf
TO BE LIMITED j
rornsrrn irom vst.r nr.
newspuperH uenerally favor
HeprosonlntHoa of the 1 mted
Hlales shlptrig hoard and tho I niled
Slates navy and with representative
of tho other power, have d parted
for Spa to complete with the (ier
nmna arrangements for tho roleaae
of (iortmin ohlpa In llerni.tn porta
and certain 'ierniiin voscls In neu
Virtually all tho detuiU for tho
roleasn of the vesnela have been ar
ranged and It Ih iintldpnteO that
they will bo turned over under the
agreement without delay
The ouohllnn of Iho left bank of
tho llhlnn will figure In Iho prelim
inary peace treaty, according to ihe
I'arlH edition of tho London Dully
Mail. In certain quartern. It udda,
there la nrrlnua consideration of the
formation of an Independent (ior
innn reimhlic on the lef bank nf
tho Rhine. The iillles, It Is anld.
would continue to hold tho present
Rhine bridgeheads until (Jermany
roniploted her Indemnity pnynients.
In rtlHouanIng the Indemnity rog
ulittlonH an filed by tha r once con
ference committee on reparatlnna
the newspaper nay (iermany will
have lo pay a certain mini before
Ihe end of Kit and the balance dur
ing a period of from 29 to 30 yeara.
Tho Hilled power will deride on
measures to supply (Iermany with
raw material and the manner In
which commercial relatlong will be
ALLIED NAVAL LOSSES
PUT AT 803,000 TONS
I.OMKIN, Mjrch .1 The allied
naval louses M the war aggregated
K0.1.000 tons, according lo an rstl
male sent bv Keillor's Tana enr
respondenl. Of this Iohm the ltrlt
Ish portion was 5;.0.noo tons.
The central pow er lost 4 1 S non
Ions, but Iho (iermau total, which
was J.'iO.OOO ton, does not cover the
huge Innnage surrendered under tile
armistice tej-ms. I
Commenting upon theso estimate
the Westminster ilaielte say that
although tho figure given are not
official, thev iiiiiv he taken n clope
ly apprnxiMiating tho naval losses
suffered bv the chief power en
gaged In the war
"When we learn that In Mg ship
alone wo Huorlfh-ed 11 halt leeihlps,
three battle cruisers and "!1 cruis
ers." says Ihe newspaper. " wo get
annio potion of Iho tremendous char
acter of the effort that was neces
sary to enable Ihe navy In emerge
from the war vastlv more powerful
thHti It vva at Iho end of 191 4. "
REPUBLICANS TO MEET AT
COURTHOUSE FRIDAY NIGHT
All voters, men and women, who
would like lo bear a "pooch along
the Ides of Ihe lale Colonel Roose
velt nd talk by men and women
favoring the republican parly and li
policies are railed to meet In the
district court room In Hie rourt
house at " 4a Friday night. Judge
James H. I'lgg". a democrat, will
speak for the woman In politlca. The
women speaker will be announced
later. Several four minute talk
will be made.
The case W., sffirmeil In nnai!
n ous opinion This lias been one nf
the ino-l leiebr.ited eaten In Okla
homa Involving several close ques
tions of law and the hunom repu
'.a I ion of uMi'iil of many nromlnent
ci I ton
J 'Ihe case was t'led In Ihe dls.lr.cl
I court lief. no A Muslon, on iic
'count of th.- ilisiiuallflcatV'ri of
! Judge I, M or who arrived at the
j r o u t ru r v coin 1. 1 -1 1 v 1 1 on the law that
I was held iii Judge I'oo on the ap
plication fm re. eiver and held on Ihe
fact thai the plaintiff entirely falid
: In prove any fraud The plaintiff
i appealed the ea.e to the supremo.
couil .whete the fiidgtnerit of :he
j lower court was affirmed The. Mj
I promo court held that there wna no
evidence of fraud In tho ease. an. I
that the roll curd toiowei! nilcreao
to ho of ago at the time nf making
the huso Nought lo he set aside fill
crease then appealed the cae to the
supreme court and that court has
affirmed Ihe cane.
This decision settle the question
of law In iiklahoma Hint the date In
Hie right-hand corner of the census
card giving Ihii date of enrollment
of an Indian I not In bo treated al
his birthday, but means that bo waa
of age shown on that date at nnv
time within 12 month prior thereto
'Rlioro are many lltle In iiklahoma
tills decision makes good.,
TRYING TO BRING IRISH
RESOLUTION UP FOR VOTE
WASHINGTON'. March J - An ef
fort by Chairman I'lood of Iho house
foreign affair committee lo bring
the resolution for Irish Independence
to a vote In Iho house was made at
2 ii. tu. today. Several upeei he were
In prospect, and Chairman Klood an
nounced that be would endeavor to
suspend the rule lo bring the meas
ure to a vote. Chairman Mood an
nounced that he would endeavor to
get n vole on the Irish resolution In
both honors before adjournment
Sainilnan Pie Here.
India Wranger of Haptilpa. 30
years old, dltd In a local hopltal
late yesterday afternoon The re
mains will be ahipped to 3t pul pa for
vine wlti a v ii w- to ciiptutlng M'lti
w'l goods Milliard soon had his''
eve on liriggs ami watched linn oj I
cloholi that he was unable to leave l
the ttaiti at i ih.iuhii as ho had oil
drill Ii Intruded
In order to d. struct Ihe attention '
of the officer from himself (itlgcs v
engaged In a whispered coll V el sa t Ion
Willi Hubbard in which ho asked If
ho was a government officer After
Hubbard had n plied in the iifflim i
live ijiiggs sai, that be loo w is an
officer. He then dlrei-leil Hubbard s d
Nitlentlnn lo unoiher man in the fiinu 'I
of the coach whom liriggs said had
s mie whisky Hubhaid believed
that liriggs was using n rus" to go'
away wllh his whisky and seeing im
other wsv to calih him wllh Ihe in
goods, he appeared to belleie his' fi
slory and ostensibly went uficr the u
man pointed out I
When Ihe tram pulled In at iiwas ,,
sa, Hubbard lumped off In time to
see (irlggs unloading his suit us s
hut soon learned Ihul liriggs- ha
concluded II best not to get off mid
lake charge of Ihem Hu Hubbim!
got the whisky and lei (irlga go
until a warrant was secured foi Ins
arrest. In Hie ineiintlnie. Ii pnlv
I'illln had become separated from
Hubbard and had caught another
man. These fact developed ut i hn
hearing of Orlgg yesterd.iv.
IVaor IHslurbunis- lindnsl.
Caught In the scl of disturbing the
peace hv liepuly Sheriff Kd Neeley,
W. T Marshall was arraigned he
fore Justice II .1. dray Monday and
lur under a I00 bond for his ap
pearance for (rial on starch II. II"
made Ihe bond and was relesen.
Marshall entered a plea of not guilty.
h a H e . e 1 7
r in re. II. 1 1
' ildll ill HI"
I'lllV Ills 1
w lio is :n '
lo give Hi
Olll'l i I
Cu 1 srt lo
, or, Km
'i w In, li
f lin. SI
' I' ' Mot true, ' ..aid Mriii t.
that Iheie is unv sentiment at
o In d I o he Inst ru ment Vet, it
I" given to nil' and It Is Hue lhat
had been lo, ked In a safe 10 veals
rfnie I received II. but I iiiii loo
oiing to own itnilhing thai ha am
iniuienl all. i, lied to it '
A 'id vet he ,u n -I m , eina 1 1, a 11 1
' Inn d lo lell w Ilo I he donor of
i loll ii w as
' Sometimes I plai It and am hrud
ut of mvwi'lf mi, I it is all ,,i and
o iintk ami other limes iny rr
in ils are real labor for me, but
ivor has my audience been able lo
el Ihis effort ll all depends on
iv in no, I I du not lindeislaml Mint
should feel one way one lime and
set vice and make repot t on condi
tion us thev in-1 n it 1 1 y ovist. The te
poi t of II . t'lrnsry on Iho pOKslhla
Sonne from whbh Tills, may ob-
raiigr.i i , g,i mlo Ihe oil fields and 'tain nor future water supply was re.
with mi own ma bine take nun lea
am interested In
am a fan Touu
I hough -liavii
id I he Imlusi i i
"ilv In this eoutitr-.' a little over
a war he apeak perfect Mngllsh
ft inn the standpoint of diction, bul
the listener ha to i on, enlrsto to
decipher his enniinclatlon. The ar
ils! makes Ills first appearance In
Tulsa Huilght at 8 .10
If vnu desire lo wllnesa one of Ihe
classiest comedies of Ihe year, don't
fall to see the III Jinks company In
"Two Turtle I 'uvea'' at tho Hroad
way theater this afternoon. It's a
riot. Al and laalo Hrldge slid Kdgsr
Harnett keep one In a hilarious state
In o far as laughter Is ('oiiiorned.
Trlilo llnslgn. a new member of the
company, dlst Ingntshed herself In a
leading role yesterday, fl'bere arc
clever song hits hv K ' lleffarnan
and Joy Graves, the linogrs. George
Crump and Trlxle Knalgn. The atorv
of the playlet deala with a couple of
shipments, a train wreck and autise
quent eiplanatlona at a country
hotel. Doora open at 1'4S wllh
pictures: continuous. Week-day
matinees Ik cents. Nights and Hun
daya 30 cents.
MANY CASES OF
aysWe Must Keep Feet Dry,
Avon Exposure an,!
' off the damp ground
t"1' iry. e
orir.K lots ,,r wnter an.i above
, " "l'r fnl of salt occasion.
' " ke. p down uric acid
'.lieiitiia'isin Is caused by polaon-
'III, .a.ie, eric ae il a 1,1.1, I
" the bowels ' and ab
tbe blond II Is tho t nnn.
'e kidneis o filter thl sold
lilnnit a i, a i. . ....
l.r.,.. .... Mini ii oui in llio
one wav nnother
Tlie hoy iirtlsl also olilOeti to tell
lug his age W hen asked this pei -
annul qilesl loll he HI III
' It Is not nei ess.irv lhat von
ihould know art la art no matter
the age of Iho artist ll la mil
gnatei to play us a hoy than as a
mate I am somewhere between the
age of 19 and "4- Isn't that
ll.itiii dlil not wish in (aik of
' I believe In myself but I am not
pat in il In r I y Inten led In myself as
In whether I am phenomena I or not.
IHsbarTiienl lcilon liMinncl.
f,"nl lo Ths WnrM
iiKKMAD. iikla. March 1-IHa-harnienl
proi oed mgs against C. T
Huddleslnn, one of tho most prom
Inent attorneys of llkfut.kee county,
! were heard ut Ihe rnurthouse of
nkehoma Monday hy Judge Frank
Well of Oklahoma Cltv, who wtti
appointed referee to hear tha case.
Judge Well look Ihe case undar
advisement, and will report his find
ing and recommendations In the
supreme court In about threit
henncy's Contlction I'phcld.
W AHHINGTiiN, March J.-Con.
vleiuin under the postal lawa nf
James Kenney. postmaster at Nash.
Tews, na In effect unstained hy tha
supreme court which today declined
to review the proceeding. Kenney,
who waa aentenced to II montha'
Imprisonment, claimed ha waa con
victed entirely on circumstantial avl.
ferted i, i the iiimtiilttee un publiil
ontrrpr es Tills committee I In re
port back and the club Is expected
to render an opinion on Ihe report.
At the i iiiii Union nf the meeting
Ihe club voted honors iv membership
to all minister nf llio city and II'"
Itevriend Abel acknowledged tho
honor on behalf of Ihe ministers T
T Maker officiate, aa solidary of
WOMAN FIRES TWO SHOTS
AT DETECTIVE W. J. BURNS
M1W YultK. Mfch 3 Two shot,
were fired hy a woman al William
J. Hum, delecllve agency head, as
llurns was entering the walling room
of Ihe Grand t'eniral station tin
afternoon. Neither ahot took effect
The woman, who gave her name as
Gertrude Wormworth, 87 year old.
of llrooklyn, was arrreted and lalar
taken to llellevue hospital for oh
servallon of her menial conjllllona.
Trias Ma Milt r I'phrld.
WAHID NGTGN, March 3 Tha
Teiaa Kmployera' Liability art of
III waa today declared constitu
tional hy the supreme court In de.
clillng proeeedlnga brought by Charlla
MTrttlletn to recover damages for
Injuries received whlla In the em
ploy of tha Ta I'owar Mi lit
Co. of Waco, Taxaa.
The Sale of Cotton Goods
in Full Swing at Vandevers
The reduction of prices of cotton goods, due to lowered cost of
raw materials, met with hearty response from Tulsa housewives
and hotel keepers for the bargains are real some Instances of
the price cutting follow:
1 1 V
av old j Hr)
' 'ess I i
'"'l" l let
1 rri ,,f
pores of tho skin are
ears of freeing the hlood of
In damn und ehiiiv
r 'be skin pores are
forcing the kldnevs to
Una , , , ,,ri oocome weag
' ;Klh and fall to ellmlnnt
L , wn,rh l",'1" accumu
g and c rcnlaiin n.. u
i "via 11 i lie
eventiill lv tiling ln ik.
nd ,,,, .i..' . '.
'in,,,,.., , ' r using Hi.rines.
At l , t P"'" rh'"""'lHtn.
't fr.m, . 'mae or rneiiniatlsm
. v. .
' """'I Hi a-
OMH-. . .
fain fill i
n '"r Wr
Federal Income Tax
From questions asked us we believe that there arc many people who are
liable for Federal Income Tax who do not realize that they owe such a tax.
Many individuals, men and women, who have no dependents and who
earn more than $1,000 a year do not realize that they are subject to
Some married people who earn more than $2,000 a year and in excess of
dependent deductions, do not seem to realize that they, too, must make a
Reports Must Be In By March 15
While the Exchange National has no other than,,a public interest in the
collection of taxes, we do not desire that any one in Tulsa neglect to
make a return through lack of knowledge on this subject.
We have purchased for distribution copies of the 1!H!) tax laws,
mav be had for the asking.
French Nainsook, Special
10 Yards for $3.19
Vrry highly mercerized; 36
inches wide; regularly 35c yard.
Colored Batiste, Special
."8 inchoii wide, fine sheer qual
ity. Color., pink, blue, lavender,
yellow hnd white; regularly 65c
yard. Main Floor.
Cotton Huck Towels, Spe
cial, Dozen, $2.00
Good grade hotel towel, red bor
der; size 17x34 inches. Main
72-Inch Table Damask,"
Mercerized, good quality; many
different denigns; regularly $1.
Hotel Sheets, Extra Special
Made of HPamleHH ironclad sheeting, torn and hemmed, full bleached-
$1.50, 72x0-inch. Special .-.$1.19 I $1.75, 81x90-inch. Special ..$1.39
Pillow Cases, Special,
A cae especially for holel keep
ers, 42 antl ISO-inch ; good quality.
Longcloth Special, 10
Yards for $2.19
Fine finish, Rood jrrade, fl6 inches
wide; regularly worth .'15c yard.
White Organules Special
Very Fine Quality
ID-inch, 7.V jrrade for c
l.'i-iiifh. $1.00 gratlf for. . . .7Hc
Printed Voiles, Special
lu-imh pnnltd voiles; n'Kular
$ 1 value Main Floor.
Dresser Scarfs, Special
Lace trimmed ; size 18x45 inches;
white only; regular 75c. Main
Non Crush Linen, Special
.16-inch Non-Crush linen for suits,
skirts antl dresses; regular $1.75
value. Main Floor.
ptiBrniaov ihnni t,,iif iSE
e-'HtH; ljt n tnhle-
i ii Klii. nf water anil
re I....1 i .
"'""""'I enoti innrn-
k Till Ih FllIrL tn 1 1 r.
'"hi hy Ktlniulatlnn thd
"orniHl nrtinn. thu rid-
J1 kii. i . ""Purltle.
,r"l i in. i V """t"""'. harmlem
'"h-a o - J"''' -"'"bineiV, with
!ta hv ,, oxeollent re.
ler 'f folk, who are
. , rheun,HtlKii, Here vein
'- ,, ,'iR,,r,,"f,'M "r'"t '""I'.-
The Exchange National
"Oklahoma's Largest Hank"
t . y l'l'fl'l UiC
'JT-int h prrcah'H
; K'totl patterns ;
ses' Linen, Special
.lust l.'0 yards to sell at this price,
40 inches wide; regularly 50c.
Ginghams, Special 42c
"6-inch gingham in plaid, striped
ard checked patterns; regular
50c value. Main Floor.
Madras Shilling, Special
"6-inch madras shirting; regular
50c value. Main Floor.
bliiK by an
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