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12 TULSA DAILY WOULD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 192u. I
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BRIGHT OUTLOOK MlJTT & JEFVYES WDEEl). IT'S AS SCARCE AS HEN'S TEETH THESE DA YS. . .., ) Bud Fisher
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Secrctnry Alexander Pre
dicts Continued Busi
SOON BACK TO NORMAL
Unsettled Conditions! Will lie
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Overcome Is Hope of
lljr Thai A i twitted VrM.
WvumiNUTON. c SI. er
tary AloxandVr of the ellirttncnl f
commerce ihiiiw up tlm commercUl
outlook (or tlio yrar 1320 ufl follow;
"Thu cIodIiie y"r wllncimwi a fdli
uloun itrowtli or American forulun
coiiinii'itu fur Ixjyutiil tlio ilro.imi of
bunlriCAH inuii five yc.irn ak uur
tradci liulancu for Die year 1S19 will
1)0 approximately H.OuMOU.OOO. A
Krrnt f lent of mfriliant nlilim. tinw
linlururks, now uourcim of nupply
nml Incrrajicj knowledun of our own
resources, are noino of tlio a-ncln
Kalnetl from our war rxpnrlmioo,
with which we urn ofrlillc to
meet naw conditions.
"lloforo Oio war wo wnro cnKWteil
for III" inont puit In tlio ilnvolop.
tnent of our own liunlncwx, with llttlci
erlotu lliouirlil of cxtcnnlnn of our
fvctlvltlcv lulo wurlil irmrkuls. nml
wn weru too indifferent nit rc-Kanls
our piwltlan of Inferiority on tlm
liljcti seas. Today 'to are awuko us
ivr licfore. 'I'M a irldo of (into
fcollum days in revived and wn look
to mo our fUi: at thu masthuad of
ah American merchant ship In every
Important 'pprt of tlio world, car
ryliii; American i;ood wherovor
inurkotii may lm found.
"it Is ton much to expect that
normal condition for which wo all
are so Impatient, nhould romii with
in tlio 14 months sllicu III n sIkiiIiik
of the urmLiUce. The, womltir Is
that the situation Is not mora un
set tied. KxlHtlui; conditions aro not
unlike tliosci following othor wurs,
only tlio prohlnms aro of greater
proportion; and more romplejc. Our
dorneallo slluatlon Is not (no from
difficulty. 1-ut us hopo that In tlio
year 1S20 there, will lio lens social
unrest, that production will Incro.im
and IIvIiik cohIi ha gradually in
duced, nil, that hy lntnlllKctnt co
operation and unsslfl.fh rip,urd for
the puhllc wolfaro of our national
prosperity maj( continue."
von Mwit ur mo.
WASHINGTON, Doc. 31. Wash
ItiCton welcomed tlio new year to
night without any puhllo or miml
puulla functions, hut wltli the umi.il
church and humn watcli portion and
Dinner ilancu.1 at the hotels ap
parently wero mors popular than
ever. The advent of natlunul prohi
bition had no new effect, fur this
was the third New Year colouration
Inco the ban waa p la cod on tlio mIo
of llriuor in tlio District of Colum
bia. Home mi'inbcrn of hotel par
ties "brought their own" und diplo
matic row continued to enjoy Its Im
munity from prohibition leslrlctlotis.
Jlreuuso of l'rcsldcnt WUhqu's
condition thore was no formal watch
party at tlio while house and New
Year's day will bo observud quiet
ly there. Official functions tomor
row, however. wj.1 Includo a lunch
eon for thu diplomatic corps by the
teoretary of state and Mrs, I.uihIiik
at their home, a rncoptlon by Die
secretary of the navy and Mrs. Dan
Iris, and a rocoptlon by the secre
tary of war and Mrs. linker and the
Biwlntant secretary of war and Mrs,
Crowell at tlio assistant secretary's
Now Year's messaces to tho nMlon
wero IsMicd tonlKht by Vlce-I'resl-lrnt
Marshall and mmo members of
tho cabinet. Mr. Marshall said;
"Men uro nsonlzlnK over pnrwlon
and prejudices, both rual and seem
liiK Injustice ana Inequality and the
blackness of despair would settle
over our land wero it not that faith,
hope und charity still abide faith
mat a deeper knowledge of tho wis
dom of our Institutions will bo Im
parted to every sun and dauchtor of
tho republic, hopo that muro and
moro all men will turn away from
a contemplation of their rhthts to a
conslduratlon of tholr duties and
charity (or nil who are not vicious,
but who, through the Htress of cir
cumstances have become omhlttorcd.
"Ood our father, tako from us, if
Thou will, material prosperity and
national glory, but give us Individu
ally and collectively for all the years
to come, faith, hope nnd charity."
Secretory Initio said:
"I wish thut 1520 may bo a Kin
coin year, a Lincoln yrar In which
our people will learn to look at
thing through I.lucnln'H eyes
thoito kind, wise, steadfast, honest
eyes -In which there was neither
inallre nor envy, but a great sym
pathy In a noble common sense. Why
can t wo make this 11)20 a Lincoln
WOHKKHS TO III)
DUTY S.YK liOMI'ICIlS
II Thu Aiwjflitcii l'rcii.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 31. Runnel
Oompcrs, president of tho Ainorlcau
Federation of Unbor. in a New Year
statement, pledged America's work
ers to do their full sluro In working
out tho country's problems in 1920.
Mr, Gompcrs said.
"America's workers stand ready In
tho New Year as In tho past to do
their full duty as American cltltuns.
Wn have alwaa placed our obllgx
Hons a.i citizens above nil elso As
citizens we aro true to tho Amerl
can ideal of equal opportunity for
"In the past wo have found It
necessary to fight for that Ideal
against agencies that sought to es
tabllsh special privilege. Those
flghtM havo not been In defense of
class udvantuges, hut to assure wago
earners tho rights and opportunities
that all tihoulil possess. Our strug
glcx may have brought dUcomfort
to others, hut they prevented u
greater evil deterioration of tho
virility of a part of ihe nation
"Tho great struggle of labor In the
past has been to assurn to workets
in their industrial relations tho
rlghtu of freo citizens. Wo havo
fought to glvo tho Ideal of America
dominating influence in snops arm
factories. Our militant struggle lias
won general recognition for our de
mands. Uut our work is not ull mi
litant. Ve tro In a position to con
tribute to tho n.iprovomcnt of pro
duction, processes und organization,
"TJie immeaium prouiom or wio
worm IS vo lurvviuii u iiuuuuuuii ui
Conization tljut will benefit directly
1 . . . . 1 .... JlnH
FORD WILL GIVE
MEN 8 MILLION
Profit Sharing Plan An
nounced for Motor
nirntOIT, Dec J!. Announce
ment was mucin by tho l'ord Motor
company in tho shop paper today
that beginning January 1 cash
bonuses totaling moro than 13,000,
000 will tin distributed among the
90,000 employes of tho company.
The company slates that the
bonuses to tho company's employes
Is the profit shared In tho company's
1819 earnings In addition to the
wago minimum of J 6 a day. Km
ployen whoso wages or salary exceeds
2j0 a month wl11 receive bonuses on
Income and length of service. In nil
dlton to this, nn Investment plan,
whereby employes may purchase cer
tificates from tho c.lKiipany hearing
a guaranteed Interest rati) und par
ticipating further In the. nrofltn of
tho company, Is proposed. Thene cer
tificates urn to tin sold In denomina
tions of 1100, IG00 and H.000 and
must be paid for out of bonuses and
pay, mut no employe wilt lie permit
ted to Invest an amount In excess of
one-third of his yearly Income.
"It Is believed simply, economic
Justice) demands a greater portion erf
tho earning should go In nan to tlm
employes and in part to enlarging
thn Industry," says the announce
ment of the pbm, "This policy car
ried out will mean more men will
be given an opportunity to work for
tho eompnny and to participate In
Its benefits, and that those employes
who remain with the company will
sliaro Increasingly In Its earnings."
those who are tho real
und will nlxo servo thu
"This Is h big Job. but it l es
sen tin I for well-grounded develop
ment in the years to fomo. It is es
sential to that Ideal which Is Amer
ica eiual opportunity for all.
America's workers will do their full
sharn In working out ull our coun
"Hall to the new year, 19201 May
it bring freedom, glory and happl
tieni to all our people!"
Iiullnn Oimml-wmnrr Meets' Jackson
Oumctt, Indian, Who Wants to
Alakn lllg cilft.
Bncwlil to Til World.
IIHNltYHTTA. OkU.. Ilea .11.
Calo Hells, commissioner of Indian
affairs, Is here tonight to ment Juck
son Harnett, millionaire Creek Indian
and govornmout ward of this city
nnd to hotter Inform himself relative
to rnn girm which Uils Indian wishes
to bestow iiMn the city, Mr. Hells
will bn In Oklahoma I'lty und will
visit th, agricultural school at Ard
moro Friday. Iln will then upend
row diia at his homo In Cleburne,
Texas, Ho will later return to Still
water, Okla., to discuss muklng the
school there the greatest Indlun
scnoiii m ino united states.
Mr. Hells was the honored guest u
thn Itotitrlan ,umlPr (onltflit and was
the principal speaker lter he vis
lied thn Industrial and factory ills
trlct with f .1. Chneuetl guardian
ot Harnett, cmd a committee from
tho local chamber of copiiuene 11
D. Monahan. his private secretary.
accompanied Mr. .Sella on the tour
Mr. Nell expects to return to Wnili
Ington from Hilllwaier
Limchings for 1919
Show Increase of IS
Over Record of 19 IS
Tl'SKIiOHH. Ala., Dec. 31.
The department of rec'cds and ro
seurch of Tuskegcn university to
day Issued Its annual report of
lynchlngs In 1919. Thn report
siijs there weru Hi lynchlngs in
1919, of which 7 7 wero In the
soiiih and flo In the north und
west. This is IS moro than the
number listed In 191S Of thora
lynched 75 were negroes, Includ
ing ono woman, and seven whlto
persons. Nineteen, or less than
ouo-foiirth of those put to death,
wero charged with attacking or
attempting to attack white wom
en. Sovcu of theme victims wciro
burned to death and nine wero put
to death and their bodies wero
All tio whlto men lynched were
accused of murder.
Lynchlngs by states wero listed
Alubuma 7; Arkansas IS, Colo
rado 2, Florida 5; tleorghv !ls
Louisiana 7. Mississippi 12, Mis
souri 2; Nebraska I, fsorth Caro
lina 3: South Carolina 1: Teuncs-
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1 nee i,iiuAun 1, . woiinit, tun ,
J West jtyelnla 2;- Kansas 1,
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ARTICLE TEN STILL
f'OSTINUEl) KHOM PACIK O.VK,
Hnnatnrs Hitchcock and I'omorene,
ami with a view to framing a pro
gram behind which the administra
tion forcnii could unite.
Those who were present declined
to discuss details of Ihn meeting but
mild some pcngrean had been madn.
Ilesldefl article 10, the majority
reservation regarding voting power
In the league of nations figured
prominently In thn day's discussion.
Knnm administration suuiitors took
thn position that Ithu reservation
would disqualify such dominions as
Canada und Australia from voting on
imy iiuestlou. Among the repulil
cans, however, thero was a feeding
that ir tlio article ID iiual f cat Ion
could bn smoothed out, thn Issue over
Voting power easily could bn cUspo-ced
of. Much of tho samo opinion seemed
to nn Hold ny until democrats and
republicans In regard to suggested
changes in regard to Shantung and
In thn preamble requirement that
the other powers must accept the
senate's action affirmatively.
Another subject of disagreement
Is understood to ho the innervation
hy which thn United Htates would
rofuso to be bound by any decision
of the league where the llrltlsh do
minions had collectively moro than
ono vote, Home administration senators-
contend this would operate
completely to nullify thn voles of
tho dominions In all matters oven
whem thn United States was not
a party, ,
Hlrong opposition to this provision
Is understood t(( havo been expressed
to some senutors of thn committee
hy Viscount Orey, until recently
llrltlsh ambassador hern.
Today Senator Hitchcock saw
Henry White, a republican member
of the American peacn commission,
who reiiirueii irom I'arls recently. It
was said they went over gonornlly
problems of the peace conference
unci conditions abroad,
CONTINUM) VUOM PAOK ONE.
James W. (llrard of New York, for
mer ambassador to (lermany, flbd
his petition nl an Independent candi
date for the democratic Indorsement.
There has not been great Interest
In Ihn democratic situation because
state IrnclerH were agreed at thn con
vention "to uwalt thn natural coursa
or nvents." This suggestion was
niado at tho convention wlion a mi
nority faction suggested that Wil
liam n. McAdoo bn Indorsnd If 1'res
tdenl Wilson deoido not to seek tho
tlov Lynn J. Frascr, North Da
kota, who was endorsed for presi
dent by tho non-partisan league
state convention December 2 has
not filed a notice of urceptiiuce,
Mujor Oeuerul Wood gave Ills
home city lis ltnumo. Mass., und his
present address 113 Chlcuco,
1IORTON, Den, 31. Tetters In
which Governor Coolldgn decline
to be a candidate for thn republican
nomination for vice president at
the .March primary elections In
Kouth Dakota wero madn public nt
tho sluto hnuso today. Tho flist let
ter was sent to Secretary of Htato
(' K, llitrk'hart of Mouth Dakota,
after (lovernor Coolldgn had been
notified that thn republican stato
convention In South Dakota hud
proponed his name for vlco presi
dent. U said In part:
"it was entirely unexpected hy
mo that my name should havo beon
ptesented to your governor. It Is
not, howevor, my doslro to appear
as a candidate for the offlco of vice
prcvsldent of thn lnlted States. I
shall not, therefore, make tho decla
ration which your laws require from
FIGHT WITH HIGHWAYMEN
Thrcci iVitiillllcH May Kcvmlt lYuni
llilttlo at Waggoner City, Tcus.
WICHITA F.l.f,S. t.imis. lino. at.
Ono man Is reported dyinu nnd two
others aro probably fatally wounded
as a renu't pf a pitched hattlo be
tween merchants and highwaymen
last night ulunc the nrliulniil street
of Waggoner City, tho oil town H
nines nurtnwest ot nore.
Thn bandits entered u meat mar
ket and holding tho proprietors at
bay with revolvers, removed a largo
sum of money from thn safe. A gen.
oral buttle ensued when tho high
wuymen iitemptod to escape In thu
Morn than 25 merchants and oil
workers Joined In the fight and
three of tho alleged bandits wero
later brought to Wichita Fulls und
lodged In hospital hero.
Another highwayman, believed to
havo received a mortal wound, Is
said to be dying In u secluded boc
tlou of tho lied river bottom, whuro
lie ueu Following inn ngnt.
Unlimited supplies of Iron ore havo
been repotted to exist In the Trans
vua! by a government geologist.
TO MEET MORSE
Tulsa Fireman and the
Custer City Boxer to
"It pays to advertise In Tulsa,"
said "Klx-Sliootor" Morso, amateur
woltnrwolght champion of tho United
Htato military service on the I'aclflc
Morso reached Tulsa on Tuesday
Becking a match, and announced his
desires, Yesterday morning Andy
Kwltzcr, tho fighting fireman, saw
that Morso was lonoly for a fight,
so ho Immediately signed up with
him. and on Saturday night at tho
Grand thoatcr, under the auspices
of thn Orand Athletlo club, they will
111 It It for eight rounds.
This should bo a cUwry bout, as
both men aro of champion caliber.
Morse was (Uncharged from the
naval service without any marks
against his claim to tho welter title,
nml Kwltzor has won tho plaudits
of.Tulsu sport fana hy hi; clever and
speedy fistic work.
Promoter Waller Meclmm haH aiso
closed with Ned Mcintosh, manager
of Oscar Mortimer, negro hoavy
iCnlght champion of Oklahoma, to
meet "Hough IIouso" Weir. Morti
mer weighs 1715 nnd Velr 180, und
thin match should Interest thn fans
who llko to sen big fellows milling.
Steps are also being taken to
match Hilly Adams nnd Young Lin
coln, tho winner to meet Kid Speck
on January in
Herald I1'. flahan. the Moosn nil
pnrvlsnr, will referee thn main bout,
with Iwirry Dalley attending to tho
preliminaries, upon fans are en-
thuslastlo about (latum, who haa 1
nation wldo reputation as an ac
gresslve nnd clean boxer, a fine rcc
ord an n roferce und a lover of
TULSA KEEPS UP
CONTINlIKD rilOM rAflB ONK.
Tulsa, but which Is thought to he
a larger sum than ever before re
ported from any city In thn United
States under 100.000 population. It
is conservative to predict mat that
amount Is nt least 110,000,000 less
thnn the present total. No comment
on this tremendous sum Is necesnury
wnen 11 is compared with the call of
November, 1918. whlrh showed a
total of hut M7.iil7,'.RS.21.
Jots I'urrt WhIct,
One achievement If no other will
unquestionably make 1919 remem
bered as ono of the most Important
years In thn lifts of Tulsa for nil tlsnn
to come. The question of whether
Tulsa waa to continue to go forward
or to start on hor downward courso
was answered when hn voted a
15,000,000 bond Issue for thn numnsn
of bringing Ppavlnaw water Into tho
With tlm assurnnce that the legal
attempts to retard tho expressed
wishes of thn peopln In this matter
will bo given u speedy lwarlng, It
Is believed that tho work of secur
ing tho abundant supply of pure
water which tho city has neoded so
long can soon begin, and that before
the end of 1920 tho water system for
which the bonds worn voted will be a
reality or nt least nearlng comple
tion. Nothing can surpass In Importanco
the schools of any city. Tulsa has
mndo strenuous effcuts to keep hor
educational system up to tho highest
point of efficiency throughout the
year, although her problem in this
respect Is a moro difficult one than
that of any other city because of tho
rapid growth of tho city us 11 whole.
Hy a vote of nlno to ono tho citi
zens of the city voted n bond Issue
of Jl. 000. 000 on March 25, 1919. Un
heard of expansion of tho system to
getber with the Increasing coit of
building, materials have resulted In
tho complete expenditure of that sum
and with 1920 at hand the i,n-i
kystem faces nn Imperative need of
another 1,000,000 bond Issue, If the
sjBtem to to retain its reputation as
one of tho finest In the middle west.
In the high school utonn tho con
gestion CciUHCd by 1,600 students
working in u building constructed to
fill tho needs of but 1,200 mucin It
apparent this year that 1920 must
ceo gt eater additions. Judging from
tlm Incrensn In number of students
during the past four years It Is evi
dent that the strurturo that must be
eroded In 1920 should bo adequate
to accommodate 2.500 Members of
tho board have completed plans for
new building that will bo a dupli
cate of tho beautiful high school
building recently completed and will
bn situated Just behind the present
strueturo. It will cost between J650,
000 nnd $750,000. according to
Church developments In thn city
havo kept paco with the schools,
and add weight to tho boost that
Tulsa Is fundamentally a city of cul.
tore and refinement. Not only will
1920 iceo thn Inauguration of a
building program of some six or
moro churches that will aggregate
ovor $1,000,000, but tho ministers of
me city predict u greater Interest In
religion on thn Hurt -if tho com
inunlty as a whole than ever before.
Tulsa has throughout the year
curried forward her stceut paving
und sewer developments, together
with tho steady work on the hlil-
wayn of the county. For 1920 tlio
county has received federal "Id In
u rciuu work to inn amount of
$600,000, which It the largest appro
priation ever mndo bv the govern
ment to a single county at ono time.
Next year will see tho completion of
a 2,jiiu,uuu county roan program
covering a total of 108 miles of hard
surfaced loads. Twelve miles of the
work was completed before the clone
ot tho year, and contracts .have been
let for 72 miles also In addition to
this there li $66,000 thut will bo
used us a road maintenance fund
Whllo providing for ono of thn
finest systems of hard stirfacod
hlghwajs In the country, TuIsa has
not ovei looked tho greatest highway
of ull, which Is to be developed In
tho future by the rapidly advancing
Today as the results of her vision
she hut won tho tltlu of tho ulr cap
ital tn 'he middle, west, Already
suveiul nlrllnn transportation com
panics 1110 considering placing head
quarters here. Tran.tcontlnent.il ulr
service lines havo mudo numerous
inquiries regarding tho city's faclll
ties und duo to the foresight of a
few t y pirn I Tulsans she Is able to
answer them that she Is qualified to
tako advantage, of the opportunities
that present themselves in this new
For several mouths Tulsa has
been tho site of u branch of ono of
tho largest ulrplano company's In
tho country, and has a plant that is
averaging tlio sale of two airplanes
a day. Sho haa ono of the fines,
privately owned flying fluids In the
A municipal flying field Is a part
of ono of tlio biggest propositions
that has over came before the con
sideration of tho people, tho Tulsa
livestock ana Industrial exposition.
A vusc amusement park nnd fair
grounds that is contemplated In this
proposition will occupy an entire
half-section of land, tho other half
of which will bo platted In Inexpen
number of clvlo needs will bo
answered by the proposition which
Its promoters declare will be u real
ity III 1920. Not only will It bring
about tho development of tho live
stock und agricultural Industries of
ihe statu, but It will provide loca
tions for home builders at but slight
expense. One of the city s greatest
needs, that of an all-year play
ground und amusement park will
lso bo satisfied.
During tho past year u Tulsa the
ater secured "big time" vaudovlllo
for the city. Already Tulsa boosted
a number of the finest and most
modern motion picture houses In tho
state. These together with a high
elas community lycoum courso
every uumbor of which was enjoyed
uy packed nouses, Helped 1919 to
meet the dumunds of tho people, tor
high class enterlulnment more ade
quately than over bofore.
With ihe loiurn of ilia railroads
to prlvato ownership Tulsa will
again maka her demand for Im
proved railway facilities In tho form
of a modern terminal station, Ow
ing to the war tho realization of
this vitally needed acquisition wus
mudo impossible but plans aro now
being made by the city builders who
have always gone after the things
unit Tulsa needed to nring tne mm
.er to .1 head at the earliest oppor
tunity and it Is difficult to believe
thut i'JiO could roll by wltnout see
Ing tho erection of u magnificent and
Commercial officers of various
national railway llnea will be locat
ed here wl'h the release of the roads
by the government and men high In
traffic circles confidently predict
that one or two neiv roans may uo
induced to liulld tneir lines into Tui
sn In tho coming year.
Interurban facilities are to bo lm
proved on nn extensive scalo. I'lana
havo already been completed to ex
tend the present kystem In all direc
tions. Especially is it desired that
an interurban lino bo extended to
connect with tho Missouri Valley
riulrou,! at Claremoro or somo other
All of these Improvements will tin
doubtedly bring about what Tulsa
needs most badly, a new and modem
hotel. From tlmn to time when the
present hotels uro crowded to ca
pacity the cry for a new metropoli
tan hotel has been raised. Surely the
great demand alone will assure the
construction of this much needed
hotel during the coming year.
Along with the new hotel 1920 will
probably see Tulsa In possession of
a now postofflco. Vostal business dur
ing 1919 has more than rendered
tho present structure Inadequate und
the city has tho assurances of Its
representatives In Washington that
ns soon as present business will per
mit the matter will bn taken up In
i' uns nre also being considered
whereby tho city could securo a now
and better Convention hall situated
In a moro desirable location, Other
now buildings proposed are a mag
nificent ahrlncrs teniplo and a mod
ern club house for tho local order
of Moose. Efforts are being made
to land for Tulsa thn 10-stnry office
building that is to house the state
home of thn I. O. O. F. lodge some
where In Oklahoma and will bo built
In the coming year.
Civic organizations ot the city
have been largely responsible for tho
achievements of the past year. With
all of them actively olive and work
ing for tho best Interests of the im
munity tho success of 1920 Isis
sured by the presence of several new
ones. During thU year wnro or
gnnlzed tho rurchaslng Agents as
sociation, tho Tulsalo club made up
ot salesmen and sulesnianagora, the
Heal Kstatn exchange and thn
Secotym club, a young men's organization,
Rates and Information
K'frri inwrllons for tkt rrtrt of tit.
Mini man 12 vofdt.
le per vard prr dr bta copy ruu om BcnU
It flout rhint.
Minimum tmouot one Umt 25c
ALL ClUtTCr. TTANT AD3 ,'t doe 194 pif
ikl4 thi nm tlir tint lQvrtlon ot d tpjwirt.
(All out f-ton wtnt td.i ftnd til wtntrd to rent,
ilUiitlofii vaatfil. ina bmisebolri (ood tdj in
TM-miUNK WANT APS re fhtrtfd It Ui
am rat ti rash di and collection! tll be
mi J at ypitf hone cr offlr at ion after first
inufnten it possible, thin U an teron rotation
ttrrtlre and raytur-Dti irmald be made promptlr btn
bill ti prfftilfd. Alin ask jour lelrtbont ad to
l r'ta,tr4 rark to jm by the telephone aj taker
to make mirt that It bai hfrn rorrrrilr tikta. Tti
World ranaot usum rupomlblltr for errou f an;
kind ocrurrlrit to telephone advertise me att.
fnito no cirrumMarifei are we rerpoMtbti foe
erron lo any adiertlaement uoIeM reported lame
ill ate!; alter tint tiuettoo.
lik tu Want Ad lpirtenL
LOST AND riUMD. 7
LOsT AixnUle puppy In Maple Kldie, Htin for
rrtnm. Fbono Osaie 7379.
A far rutiirmi aunt.
2JZW-B ana rereife rewani
I-AHT. "TAklSli o.firoat frgu 31 a .Sr Aull MJt
revurn tame. .o rwmioM him. lia revara.
HhT "TTite vatrh'iod' black ribbon, "wild nU rturrn:
hmiQti Templar emblem, act iw dlmnndi uu
niblei front, and rbapter emblem on tark; finder
Ul be handMiraely rewarded by r&Illnf Q. M.
nrlU'" 203 aman Itltfi. Phone O 1239.
oiajurj pin at (be uinibrr merllni in
it m tlft rrnra air eon. Uonerl
MoHMnrloo, Til In kin that all nod Mawm rj!d
l' o flad W return It If they knew wbera. A. K.
W U et rifed nn the back. Ad Ueu IXireka
Frrtrn, Ark.. 273 Nord Mala itxceL Mn. A. K.
IIBKKU- RMTARD for try Information If.JIrn to
trie rfpfry or hiark ooj rewtrhttrf. spttt: hlte
front foot nd breut , naned "Ta r, ' ' rtarM or
i In ten from Setentrenth and Suh ttnelnnitl aliut
fix mttki vrartnc rollar with rime vlite and
la 721; no qWlons uked, Jtmu 8. HaUoa.
UtS Kuuta Clnclnoaa
CusT -erT mill ' ali(tcr '"'bani ' ba'i". Tboiie 0ac
auu or Hl(e izi.
IIWT PMteen KlfTenlh end rrtJi on Sith Main
tne tan leather Alder toie; return to World met
tod recelrt revud.
LlJhT - A iirati : Brilliant in Krenrh tettlng teien
Y. M. C A. and $tad Spring ttalloo or oo Sand
Hpelnn rar, &inday tfiernonn. Reward Call iiWi
LUiiT-'-ellcwJ' iiire wheri, 35iJ tlrel ttieeu
foK end Tiiha. ISO rrward If rrtamed to H.
P. Cnhle 210 'ay.
first One 1 ItUrru .National baak book," Okmultte.
OKla.. rootalalng r-rjf 1100 bill, rtn were J30 ttlli;
ne 55 anl one $10, aratmoLIni Utwen $350 n1
IfUO. one itorare ticket for hmmhoM fli stored
Vonrth itrert and Ukmuliee: ali one thru Ur-L,t
alo other papen. S2& reward paid If returned to
hot id on ire
LOST- flatlnum, dlammd brrn w l in 30 email dlT
roTiJi on Monday. Urge rrward. Utturu to Vorld
CtHT On Hollfe one K I re"d7Tepip 8on t hi" o7rT
blvk and tan, finder please rait Uuge 7f2 tod
rail for Baler. Retard.
tTlHT" "fatent iee'tfcer baurfbi,"lfft at Htrind"t heater,
wUl difldt the rurreaqr Leave it
UWf Biiea Uaiellrc Hf, off of Ailoilral anB
Hotjth Uheelini jitney; finder plrawt ni kom
pane, i rai Minin, or Jfricrwrf rhool.
KfitltTVOriKlMi tHiylM C fHi iVmoo alrtetnindVf
uttr tranTM-tte coat
CraV kill flatfe fn fmrk(
Driwrrn rtinui inn iveuin on Miia or Ikuloi: ff
ward Vbnttt Vut, (liu NiO
Tui blue with Irlnte Call 7i5:
yifWtLY PtWBNAl. q
TTKVtolSl Maternity llorUal for ronrinrrue&t.
rrlMte. nrlrei reaonble. May work far bord.
niDifi Bdopipa urn ror noeaiei. Mri J. H
li" 4911 'Mt Twrnly-wieolb lUeet. Karuua City,
S uflO; To ieaoM eri and deaJcri Har. S23.&0
ton, driller!. fhfm Ouare 7041
TT'i K fcW tltli ofTnrorm til on"- conrr'Tilrc' ' wtirrt;
aontiti or mi aoo Bul (Joddr. age 10 raj' eld,
"'iln. ircv; uixnuy nomn snotiidrrM: left
Monday, iMrtmNrr 2a firrrlrj iirk oo iboultlei,
earlrg Ment cnia bat. 6Ue Caddy, ttatn A
VW. I '(lift
a ariiir,mo ton 1U20
I'U i New Mrileo oil leie inJ Hart tie new nti
ia wltb food prorprtj
V I. lUfiKMlN
3U nrentral National Bank HAf
S0TICK to 'all " patina tf hlte Star Cleaning'"
rrwalPI To.. 604 South Main, pleaie rail before
Jnay a for all art lelei owned hy them.
AtlTOMIIIltS ft tAM. 10
l,n. M01U4. lorl trurtnj, four nn urw. ip..,lom
rtrr. ihtrll kbiort.rt. Ill, lrk. tint ttilv.- .h.in.
tool tin, ctt IkJi, in! mn I1X, nr.. Itu i,l,
onir II lookloj for tn) Juak duo'i c.U. 15ii
fm MI.K ot Ul1 t'rinklln fit.
tllttJfl, mn 16.000 mile. Will rbeap for euh;
... hi ut i.w ciiy pnvrnj, w8ra,
pione Onge 6H
Vo k" fit r. - Tw o 1 Wiige roadsn; r'iri nrrunrrela
rr, rru rw.ffnpr laaitiMj ran DOHgni, iia, ett
rhicgmL 1. II Tuition, rear 142J Soutb Pett
ier Jhore 0-5574
run Mil perenpauenger rewimi rr nine id
lo(ki good ai ne will aril on riyraenu or trade
In on fam land r Impro'ed rlty prooertii enlr
Mia K Artrt all,. rk... dlM
-M 1VV VUlIh 1HWUI W)4 Vf lilt
AUKMtllitS rOK SALE
res S!.: Net lr. ford tourlrj elf.
Qui 3g nn n ml R,
lilUI) Tflll K TJTTiie In iwj tntftUtton. Tbone
i-MiiMi, ll(iir,unt lor real, cIkVIc I idu
Practically now; nw caHlngu; per
fect conation. $760 ctiflh, . balance
monthly or will consldur lot na pay
mrnt hono 05657. Sea car at
Second and Main.
Ul! rOKO lnrUeJ dellery body, IJ(15, none Cut
tnoe who eipert to uve tte ur nerd apply fur
aemoruirauon uu u-ii.i,
kAKilAlN IMge roaJiter; leraca; call 12 lt ratr
FoTFrln"5ie flte'pawrger ford, 'electric aUrter";
estra chalm; eilr tub, fully eTiiiPl AJdre
o. r, BUirm, &37 Nets Denur or pliorte Crdir
1 13 7.
FuK 8sLr"-4"burjimyL "rca-tster,"" iiritclwi eoudltloa
or will trade at first payment oo dlriblo prop
my reu u 100
MiKli rUK SAl.V ivll prxlel. roi.Wrr I'hane aiU'J.
nnrHTrv efn pHengrr" )aiU iauto; ili.Tlie
rear end; four new rail net; rua or Vermj or UJt
t. H. Nue. 105 North frlnro.
8TIT7. K0PSTFH fir nle cheap; owner need eain.
JM tMl Toiro. KOCBI v.
HfKlt HKI.IVt.K) tu. ftr cli-M rondltltm; a har-
galn it .tJ5 Kterllrg Trurk Ktmce tiarag-, I32B
Hodge etrrrt more (Jr 53.
ru7tTKnli?frTif ivlH, lite thpe, Ivjiin at 2s
.Nmlh "l'. I'hane 667.
WANTrli"tT)"BT' f--"TuiH Kord; (lie pseri-r. I'nont
u ana Mt inr n. n,
ht l'Ut "Vie n paasrrgrr lludn;' new paint; ' fire
cord casings.. VI rendition; mutt w sold re
grtfl of prlre hy Huaday. lrnz f-ty. Call
0 311H, call for A. n. HykM, 3d1 rst RronJ
F5S 8AI K'"nr "ti'ad on" "lots, Ston sli Inuring ur
ana one ifip totmnx rw; uoin in tnaa runtiirg
eondttlon: thon 0-C5IJ
fcKN "riwKM.r If MudHaker car with Jitr,rT M
rnvM m lt line, 135 K Third. 0-W05B,
192(D) Fffd daini
Self-startor, Shock Absorbers
Never Been Run.
TKltMS TO RKSPONSIDLK
PHONE CEDAR 1789
315 East Second
liiK Hl.l- llnilicii irmUt-.- in ilinrtj it.) ihir lo
ff.fr or; ni-ut wll; "111 mrlflc rhon. 31 1 h.
ntlAii'liNlilHr ruip,; frlltnl eun4iUon; by coer.
rhoii, 0 4 573. ,
Studebaker Series 19 Light
Mitchell Touring, extra good.
Willys-Knight Touring, al
Studebaker 4-cylindcr Tour
Studebaker 18-6 Touring.
Chalmers G Touring.
Ford Delivery Car.
1913 Model Buick Touring.
Studebaker 18-4 Roadster.
Seventh and Boulder
405 South Frankfort
auio sur-nns aid mrmi u
fi31t iuUi--On .H5 tuni lui Dm, clPit BrtiT
(hi Hirnru Cn,
aTTU A.SU TBI IK lllilTI)JS
Rrtnllt. irp,lml ini tfrorcl wllh ll.il troiibl, rt
ran. Rnlp or brim Ittm ta ui. Klt.od'k ajo Kl
Mim wkJ 2" '"'I 'l"!. Tulu, 'JI.,
ftlt'R (?i) won4 bind tutoji jjil lui ul, tlmpT
il1UKCK-He lai, nocut iwt (of 56 Mm.'W
rMir rir In tnr llm. H.. nuki c... .1.
irinntll. Sltrllr.1 Trifle Hfrrlr, 'ciiii, pLoul
r-' a iiwiiv Burri,
WANTKD To do your repair work
and gcjneral overhaul Imr on nil
tniikcvi of motor cars and trucks.
Wo employ only nutoniobile vehlclo
I'Tpcri mccnanicmnH. AH work suar
untced. Got our rate's on etorago.
132S IIoilKc St. Phono Cedar 6C3
AlltM rt Hlt CAHVUS. 12
fiiH t.f.T- lUft for cr, rifTTm Smith lKn.fr
H'K llt-VT Ctritt, clirSociUT HonI t'bon.
TMi HALKFi?llrli( nr bkrclf. iu W1U1
Bwcocrjcci. ,V',J x.ui isufl.
BOARD AND ROOMS
300 (Wl frntllolM rooin CTerrUitnc &fw flfi (
Kooou 75 rrnll n4 St ttt clltl. It. IS knt
f '1 fl'l pff vffk, 30) l'-it Tint ttrfft
ucht housi Ktt r:wc mms.
nirtu: r.oo hoisk rumiibed for itrtt hi"
ktrplri, 119 per monu or 13 per vee. nwoo
smilMU N, 112 To furohlinl reom tor lutt
Qouvhfrputc; out uraiuira nu lor duuv
IreplTil. All inodrrn. fliom C-H3.
I'm TU; Til ullAKK rMiirf: tuxciii axltn; nt ,
block lo rr linn, u-iibo.
Ku-cTON'. rl , 1146 -Joo toiiui. rmU&ed rooms for
bowffplnt; fnl orll; rbono Uli,
IJATiT K.. Hi -Two' rooos Inr llbt bmjiriirfP
Uif ; m ulrrn nrrpt rilabfi. Prlfo I8.&0 ref offk.
Twii MnTifcitN bucihfketpmi roumi; cicvl bfdilixi
II tff unit. I'bont lulir nil,
KcTstTiN'. t.t tiii- 'No nlcfli lurolshfil roons (of
houf if cine; tolrltn Mthj no rtiUilrfn.
I.LHIUII, N (Ji To lUbt rouiekffplir rioi
III 0 DUnrtlO l pni.to ccu.ucci u tuitur.a,
tifnthlnj rurnlititi I'rtft 110 per mratb. moo
it 1 nit-it
AuCni.u, H 17 4 Om or ui-roon, trool lu
TO11 TTkSIhIIHi loonn ir' cr; tool gtt; li'il
blilLlilill. rl, 700 flo bouriuvlu ruuu. Alulu
omr Lioie 10.
liK'flliilT, , 601- For rent l.rse trool rooB (or
houwlifftln. RlfrfnffJ flchintfd-
I11IKI1, W U To rooirn luriiVTifJ (or U(bt bou-
kffPlrt. Clou In; rill t .13 it. f
tTKTl.N.NTI. -N.. 130- -Clno Unf nlcflj (uniUbfi
rwm (or nxni nounwrepirit uhjio.
Itll.kh. iliiOMS lor UlM bouxtftpllK. Ctll It 1U1 J
tiul Mux s. M To room bwsnit (or tut,
llllf liuUl ftionf TH33.
11UN... 1 10b Tor rem coo or too crrr Bin
hmikpfolnc rooim: no rhlldrfd.
lul rLr to b4.-t roiuce; ttnctlr modeni; block
lo rr llnM. IM11 H6V
BOOMS fOlt Htm fllMUmo. 17
lir.NVr.nni 018 Ur tUofl to flftplnr, porcS
nl illUnt room-, Ho iccUrmtli; bol. iw &(.
rUnnf lltll 1IB.I.
bLimiiiIi, . ii Mctlj Iiirnubfcl tlfflri loon.
bcln; ffrfrrnff inor.t
,11 1 LI Fl RNfSlltil inutlicilt room tor onf oc
to rniploTfd U'll". im ilntlo Mm. ITioot Sli.
liUwilT. S.. lillf-Mre. rlnil. wuUiotit llf)l5
room: tdjolnltc boUi; rrlTAi hocno; nlUbli (or ont
or two .-ncirmfn. rcone ci-iioa.
tALTUItml-;. H.. 1510 lor 1.0 follrnfo; ImImI
Iwi'lul Prrh nJ tlfl luralibfd den. frlou
fimlir; tvV 11 Qfiirfi. ci-ojjj
Ailult. K. W7. Ull from room odiolnloi bTtil
mUlnl dlitinrei on cr lln; pclnu limllj. lm
or .omn rmuM'J-". w.
loll lli.snikrw' ImniMifd room: gtmt lo .l"p
Iff porrb connfctlri; idjolnlnt b.th. 13 Wrt
Mnlb, rron tlrcrt Una Sua Broclcsun xurt-
nifnlL u 3l!cp.
foK KLNT '-T0 alfrlr (umubM coaneitlof (rtnt
rooms Uolnliit UUi; 13 IVt.l Motn, no4
trrrt Iron iliry Kroclraia tportmtou. rbooo
MlU.I'Kll, H.. 70S for rtnt, wlU o( rromii con
rifrtln! blb; In prtutt bomt; raluMo lor to
or lour icntlcmeni bot wittr: bett
STTK Rtt-"to (urnuiEfd (root roomt: idJolMcl
bath; 13 llrj Mnlb: terocl from JUrr Brock'
man ipinnifnl. rnone o-jiwa.
rijK IllAt One nirely (urnUbtd (root roon, aT
olnlni taib. 13 Mnt Nlntb, tana Irom Mi7
Krorkmtn aptnmfnu. Cl-jmi.
(TlkVUi.NK. S'. tvX fot renl llnl llu ronmi pil'
fate cntranff; rtntlfmrn.
ImTiil II, tt , olTTunfubcd room lor rreij I la p
Ditoin, ran u aiMi ic
LAUilt (ronl tierpini room; do olber louoiui;, prefer
cnt ifntlfrnan. 0 6136. i
Volt RI..Nr Mre front tiedroom; modrrp; clot U,
rnlt'cMo (or roiiplf or trnllrmao. Tbont 3973 t.
I'LKtSANT K00M In prlcala bomt; ceolltmai; pMot
LtHIH, 8 . 11 Ulffiilri nifm; prima bomt; leotlt-
man prflfrrtq: tno oc Aneiirti inner unf.
1 Ull KI.S T Mia lleeplci ruom; dOM In, pFoocJ
yOIl, KtT Modem tleeplnf room doaa to; for
l.o imUrmrn. mono CI-107U or 0-49M.
VHiT" i Is A nt,y lurnlahfd ileeplm ro".
adiolcmi ciatb Suluhla (er ont or too gentla-
mrn can irdar iuon.
fiEtitOlT, 8., 143i Met (root room milUblt iof
one or to ifntlrmrnl ronnertlnf batbi well
(urnlfhrdi In prtcate bomt; &o oUkt roonifTil
alktnc dinanrti alto lltn-r lint. Call lln.
liuon. ii'ivoic aurint niuinni noon.
Holi'fiiS, H. 5W -Mrflj furnlbfd Iron! room; it
yoiir.t ladlct rbone O I1H3.
.VltTrrfrESTslIt tl linirootn. batll odjolnlM; ner
fonfenlenrt; phont llctgf 1387J i
VlAlN. a , I010--Kjrnb5f5 rnum im ilrrpim
po-rb; dote In; (or ont or to trnlltova; pbooi
.SiiM.I tl llslrlHKli iittlri room and tlerplm p"cn.
li nuuin ineyfnr.e.
JTTRT UKuikMAN, Ju7 --dlfrpbt room (or not.
I'bonf if-nr H7.V) ' .
Ill f INK) )ounc laTy nanu room maU. Can (!
rfffrrnrf. room 20'J Cadillac llolet ,
nHH KfcST- NlrlrnTiirnTshrJ" miJTand ball o( douie
linn Itornliufl.l addltloi. tall Qiao 3480.
IITII. K. 3T -B'wuinf room (or renu U-UM.
IH.NVI'II. S.. iTi Too ilrrpToi runma; cIom mi
I' HOT. ,
FiilTfTII. w, 2 1 n Slfeplni room In ml bono
(or one or tto tfBllejnca: reference req'cd. Tboce
DENVER. R, 509 Slrtlr (urnlnhM alrfrlni rooni.
rral flow In; ffnllroien. unataln, apartment 4.
M.cl.l-IMl ItnuM oltb too o. di ; iltlloi mm adtain
Inn, rlfrtilc I'ibU; rloscU and bftt 10 baib. rboue
fiSl'lN.NATI K., 1101 Eumbbrd llrfplnf room !
jolnlnt balb; In rtiatt (amlln In alklne du
tanct from biiUnraa arrUoa; keotlrmen onir. rooo
0as ti'ill ,
BotUTiTir rl . 1111 -M,f alrrpl"! room; (rout ci
p.wnrr: a lap ilfepln pofrh. 11-4331. .
.ATTltrilSCT'Tuu "J.I'tTronT'TOim In pllcelt tam
III, a1J.lf.lM tiatb. oa llUief Use; (toucan
prrftrrfd. Phone n-oum.
0OM5 UMfUltMUHID. H
t'OR RENT Half duplfi. "Uirte niomi; onroroUnfO j
mulfril and flrrtrlf llihu rnont l,.4A6 O 4ri0.
SliWKiiJtn Toui). Ejiir unfiirnlilmi pmi 'lot rent;
US per month, not mulrnt. Call 2V6
ELnmili. N., S03 Sli fieani roonu. ijiablt (or
nocwfiiffpinr. .no rniiorrn.
rtl.HTlT, IP" l7fil uoturnlabnT coucM.
tu or wa:rr, na per enontu.
r.T INN"TT.II inrTnru"rntall..rroom lor tV.
ROOMS WITH BOARD.
"TT riTfeprne room, pfliau
tlfman prrfftTfd; end o( Admiral lllnff Hi".
nsrVAVrTTTsir TcVTocTlrciom (or .
l"rSTl"r'I.V (ii'i..hfd rudin
rnone IMar lili
eliwe In; m'"lern, breakfail If d'ftlfrd rbo"tlj.
1 .... ?... ..i . ... a u .I..:, rooiri
WAN T10 ROOMS OR IOARg. .g
DOOM byirntlrmau In (trlitTi pllialo lallli.
diej Hi-i, cait o ilort