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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY. JANUARY 1, 1920.
City Brief a
Df.1 IPF 91 AYFR. ' VV.V. Of dissolution was or
I ULIUL- Out I dercd In superior court yesterday 01
llellllmi nf. II.., K..llinl.,....,.H'nll
petition of thn Kiiltnii.itum.Wn.i.'r
Dry (Joods company of tiarnl
iTITIOKS KOll tho dU-splutlon
bft fnllnvvlnt- nil 11 nil itjii ciint.
I panics wcru filed In superior court
(yesterday: Ijii oil company, Koap
wii uuiiiian)-, ueHione uu company,
r-on nlinPI ADV Tulsana Oil Ar Clas Co.
HJK DUrvULnli i i i-
IIUUV - I'KTITIU.NS FOIt
... T.14J Spring
1 7 TiiHflnliIH ill- II'.II
lieu as wuiuti" . 0f t,6
- I filed In district court jciterday by
i xr To Allnnvwl fh0 '0"owInir Plaintiffs; Wavlo Lol-
-nut On Parole He Js Aiicgcu iPy against ieor, Loitcy; Mantm
To Have Killed Oklahoma WouIf nl"'st Woolf'
ner,,,r- KUIT TO OtTIHT title tn Int 1.
KUIT TO QUIET title to lots 1.
row, was filed 1 ti district court yi.
tcrdiiy hy ImvM Mclloury orfuinst
i Din imLrnniui. It nc j I ti
.....MiunuTit' Kan Dec. 81. 1 J""", y "nvni .Mcitoury oulntit
LKAVNW-OHTJJ, lan., ic. lllf! un,n(iw llelrf) of c u Howell.
"Dutch" Ilowmaii. nn Inmoto or mo .Mdienry claims tho proierty on u
rinsai state prison at Lansing, 1 foteclusurt of mortgage.
jlayor a. v... ..mim mm luujviiii rouuery 01
nut. as the man wlio it is iuichcu James urooas on ueeeiiiDer 23,
V,rTl',red Chief of I'ollcn Charles when tho victim lost a riflo and two
Kricker of Commerce, a month revolvers, entered a plea of not
-r' " in, rtn miners win u v. .uHxcy ana w i rcieuisad under
n( nnrn iur mi' ...-... -- - - vikm j iivai -
T7 . nfc.iihomc for irmi, u
: ...ii i
CS. nf mco d deKreo hurglary. Frnncl, 31 pkmulgee, and .Mnr
chargo of mcouu ' J- , 19i8. Kiierlto Wockley, 24, Tulsa: John
lle, , ..niS in liic Mlfon last Mon- Taulos, 34, and Itutli M.isturH. 22.
. an returned to the prison Hutchinson, Kan.; T. VoBet, 32. and
da)'. Vuru .Sutherland, 2a, Tulsa; KdK-ir
, ..,.,u l in.'VKl' '1-"'iir, .u, Avani, anil Ktitnia
VOKU COtiriUl'S lilClAbl.. Dobkins, 32, Maryvllle. Kan.;
Tr. Ti unin.1 ... MunJa""" u oo'den, 2U, und Cloru
hu-ilo lMwni oi wnn i"" i.iuoit, 21, colllnsvlllc; John 11.
Ooiuict tanuot Uo IiJicliir. Cullcn, 24, and Ksther I. Monanith.
pedtl to T '.Vrld. 21, Tulsu; James Hurke, 46. and
, rnnec,iUve session which draod UV Ware. 21 and l.onnln O Hlcky,
he fta S bod o education at ita and Ucrnlco Dorl.y. 19. Tulsa; Carl
1 tlne sesterday afternoon voted V. 1'rnnlio. 23. and Iiura A. John
nt?!'"1 . r.rilflcato of J.-oon, 22, Tulsa,
10 rfvurvo -- - - i .
W Cooper, former county superin-
undent of rittsburs county and u Xcnv Iostofrico at Ollton.
. . .u- .....llr. hnnl. n AI.'Rhh4I Ir. Tfc MV.IJ
. ,k n. nnnllentiarv. auuouK;i mu iiciiiu niuuo oy .unni; j-osuiias-
... ..i tnn ninmhom nf tho ' tor If. C Ddmtinihrum tn mftvn Intti
j 1.1. pAi'ni-il wnq nnt'thn netv nnntnfrlrn hti llrllntr. It will
NOT PAY TAX YET
Supreme Court Will Pass
On Appeal in Few
Fpll to Th Worlds
OKLAHOMA CITV. Deo. 31.
Owners of motor driven vehicle
wilt not he reiiulred to pay their
1920 llcenso tax tintll nfter tho u
pruuui court has declde'd tho ap
peal Involving tho sufficiency of
flKiwitures to thn referendum peti
tions riled UKiilnat house till! GO'J,
thn net nf the 19l!l leKlslature.
which provided new rates for nuto
llcenso fees. This statement was
made yesterday by Henry Wood,
stato highway commissioner, under
whoso Jurisdiction tho auto license
tux collections rest.
Commissioner Wood said that ho
looks for a decision liy the supremo
court next week, as ho hns been In
formed that tho casu had rcen
turned over to ono of tho Justlcos
and that ho had been requested by
llm rnnrl In Vinnilln tlln rnvn nH ex
peditiously ns possible. It Is under-'
stood that tlio court will conterenco
on the ca?e probably Friday and It U
believed that tho decision will b,i
handed down at the next opinion
day, Tuesday of next week. When
house bill SOD, which was to have
been cffoctlvo tomorrdw ui ap
t.ealod to tho uuprcmo court Com- I
mlssloner Wood prepaicd a form for j
upplliatlons for license taws which
Included tho Information necessary
to bo given under tho old law and
tho ono effectlvo after today !
was planned to uso tho new taw's. '
provisions If tho decision cf the
court sustained tho law and tho old
one If tho court held thut tho refer
endum petitions wero sufficient. In
view of tho fact that tho case Is
llliul' to be de idrd next week Com
inlss.oner ood . oncludod to On
enno to Issue tags or accept ai'l'"
calli)ni until the duclslon was k1 en.
If the supremo court holds tlmt
tho referendum petitions wero In
sufficient the new law, known n
house bill 5U'J will become Immedl
ateb effective. However. If thn
coun's decision favors those who op
pose thn law ami seek to have It
icferred to a voto of the people, It
Is likely that even If sustained at
the polls tils law would not be ef
fective for a year or more. It Is pre
sumed, In the event that the ief
erondnm pellHons urn held suffi
cient I hat the law will be referied
to it vole of the people at the next
general election, although It would
!e possible for the law to bo re
ferred .it a special election pro
claimed by tho governor.
TWO CON ! VI'IO.VN I'laNM .I).
rottuuntomlc llc'iblliius to Hold
I ScdoiiH at Sliawili ,- Saxi. I
Spiltl to Thf World.
HMAWNKIJ. Dec 31. The first
republican com entlon In the state
will bo hold here Friday when the
prprinel gatherings m tho fourth
congressional district nro convened.
Next l'rlda the county convention
will bh held here and the Friday
i following tho congressional onnven-
Hon of tho fourth district will be
.convened. The Hamoii and McOrnw;
faction are both on the ground here
now flgliilng for supremacy.
KlllllllH'll Ouu ( llllll,
8in ai to The W.iriJ.
.sltAWMiK. Dec 31 l. A. Iten
lienger of Drlharl, Texss, whs ar
rested hue chamed with tho kid
naping of his 1 7-imniths-olil child
The charges nsnert that Itennenger
had been sued for a divorce by his
wlfn and that the Texas courts hud
RrHMed the mother temporary cus
tody of the child, lie Is In Jail,
pending a hearing, but It I said Hint
lin will likely b released tomorrow
on a J 1.000 bond.
I'leasant occupation for girls. Call
Osage BUS -Advt.
(Nimplellng Normal lliilldlng.
U.i.l l TU Wnrl.l
ADA, Dec. 21 --The. new building
at the Hast Central Normal is near
lug completion and will ho ready
for ujo by the beginning of the
spring term. Tho walls am tip, the
roof on and tho Inside work Is now
Hook Store ll Uoblicil.
Rpfflil te Ths Worll
COI.l.lN'SVn.LK, Per. 31.
Thle'ves broke Into the Aroade Hook
storo lust night and took 140. Kn
tranco was made through tho lobby
of the postoffice.
A New Ymr's Itcoliitlnn.
Hesolved. to start the New Year
right I'reparo for a heller position,
enroll today at the Tulsa Hiislness
college. I'hotie 1 429. Offico 109
111 Fast Third 8t Advt.
iimDle far tne youm io nuu ,,u.m.-
lnc tho way of knowledge
l'oncani on lxIonil lllslnvnyCoancll
6pll to The World.
IONCA CITV, Dec. 31. Gcorgo
Miller of the 101 ranch and l. A,
Conn, county commissioner, havo
been nominated by tho chamber of
commerce here as active members of
tho federal highway council, with
headquarters In Washington, D. C,
on organization that looks after and
promotes good road legislation. Tho
Allowing wore nominated to bo
members at largo of tho council: K
K. Hcrborllng, Colonel Iou Hcadlcy.
V. J. Donahoe, K. W. JIarland. II. H.
Itoberts, IajuIs Harnes. J. S. Hutch
Ins, C. K. Muchmore. W. 11. Kngland.
Harrj" Cragin, N. W. McDowell, J.
J. McOraw, 1 II. Wcntz, C. V. Cal
kins, K. K. Morrison, W. 1C Mooro
and Georg 11. Hrett.
Indian Appropriations Iiicrcn.cl
1-ONCA CITV, Dec. 31. Tho In
dian appropriation bill, now pend
ing In congress, shows an lncreaso
of 115,000 for taking caro of Indian
matters In Osage county. Tho in
crease Includes $5,000 additional
for the maintenance of tho Osugo
Indian boarding school, making tho
total $45,000 Instead of 150,000 as
ricretofore, and also raising tho fund
Tnr nn1iii.(nr ho nil line nn.a nf
the tribe from $35,000 to 145,000.
.uo nuviu: lb iul-m-liiii i lin ihicti-
Coiu ik-t cr Than Tlio Wruk
Old people who aro fecblo and
younger pcoplo who nro weak, will
hi strengthened and enabled to go
through thn cold weather by tak
ing QIIOVE'S TASTELKSS chill
TONIC, which Is simply I HON und
QUININE suspended In syrup. So
pleasant even children like It. You
can soon feel Its Strengthening, In
vigorating Effect, Trice 00c. Advt
'"IT SURE SURPRISED
" ME," SAYS MAY IN
nn.,nl... ... .11.11.... t ...III
niu iiuiv i,i,9iu,..i:u uuiiuiiiK lk i,u
bo ono of tho nicest postoffice build
ings In tho state for a city tho utzo
of Ollton When completed.
Deputy Sheriff Acquitted.
IIRN'ltYr.TTA. Dec. 31. Deputy
Sheriff lllnlno Hill wns given an ex
amining trial by Justice Campbell
for tho killing of Charles I.-innlng.
accused of holding up and robbing
thn Henryetta bakej-y wagon on Do
cember 24, and acquitted. Tho court
also discharged Haymond Hall, a
young-boy who waa In tho company
of Linnlng when he robbed the
driver of tho bakery wagon.
Moils Club Kleets Officers.
III3N1 1 V ETTA, Dec. 31. The
Henryetta Elona club suspended the
rules at their regular weekly dinner
and elected thc(,o officers: W. IS.
Foster, president; Oeorgo Eallcy,
first vice-president: Karl Wotln, sec
ond vice-president; K. J. Kcrstlng,
secretary-treasurer; .1. 13. Huckncr,
M. I'ayne and J. H. Savage being
elected trustees for one, two und
three year terms respectively.
Only Ono ''I1KOMO QIIININR"
To get the genuine, call for full name
LAXATIVE illlOHO QUININE Tab
lots. Look for sigmituro of E. W.
OHOVR. Cures a Cold in One Day.
Kanu Citr'iwwert fireproof bI J
1 to lie tcirt ot orrrtbrnr
crwvtown. AH mi!n car lines pi
lc (ior. 200 Rnowi. tOQ nnhi. "
IVIRT ROOM HAS
rrttrt Bth. H
Outkt IipQiura H
ClrcwUtliig Ic Wtr
KANSAS CITY, MO. 5
May your wishes be
many and each fulfilled
is our New Year's
wish of good will.
Holmes Clothes Shop
1!33 .SOUTH MAIN
JFe JFish Our
A4any Friends a
May the New Year bring1
you happiness and prosperity.
Store closed today.
Lirlls pBrotf n
Tulsa'ri Llvcat l.oadinjr Clothiers
WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN OUR,
1 03-5 W. Second St.
onj: iilock noutii of ros'roi'Ficn
Battery Service Company
! in .ii.,..
Thrtt nil may be happy,
Radiating with cheer;
Effected by prosperity,
This New Year!
211 WI'.ST I'ULST
I'HONK OSAtJK 7100
Week's Time Taking Or-
t'atone and Is Now
pack on His Job
''It Is the honest truth, before I
had taken thU nrnlnnn Trmlmnnl
a week, I was well and strong
enough to go back to work," said
1'ercy May, residing at 1314 Green
wood street, Tulsa, Okla., tho other
"I had a very bad caso of stom
ach trouble and gastritis," ho' con
t nued, "that knocked mo out so I
imply had to quit working. My
naeh was in such an awful fix
everything I would oat would dls
"Tee ? " 018 ani1 made mo miser
?tn,eV the time. The gas In my
wm?c,1.wt,Vld Puff Ino "P ao I could
5??lyi,l.ana !t nm, ln tJ0t. tor flvo
tirrt ,iforo ,aklnK Orgatono I felt
f n1'.,iW0.r";0Ut a" tho time.
W) ern ninn!' T1, T,lI,,a "W"or''1
lift PeP'e who had troublo siml
good frnm"?i htt? ""'ved so much
tie in tV? -5om- 1 fiQt mo a bot
erlsed fWVUl. Blr- 11 ""ro sur
right fn, f.1r 1 b0Ban t" fel better
beforo ,nm Jho, vory t dose, and
on my foi. fn raa out 1 wna bacl!
rhtht .tin and ,lavo bco" working
had ew?nbve.r,,nce ,lk0 "olnl"K
I never wen ,hJ" matter with ino.
tore tivS "ylh,n n my Ilfo be!
Orgaton. Th. qulck rcllnf tlll
had a TneT.rC.a."n!.nt' nn1 1 "aven't
I starte-j'V?'"; ) Py lroub,,)
urgatono u nn. - i. .
'.,l-moiy but a new s.onnttt
rin.i...... - "hiiuii s iiexaii nioru
'T An . 1IDIDUI1.1I 111.
tnti... -" .k..iuiiq reiire
Htore. Wi. T ",u
Thin tin. CAPSUU8
niuf trior to Bilsim
, Jl CdMlbi, Cubebi or
I InlectloM.ind s v
I RELIEVES In IMiriY)
f 24 HOURS tho V-
'Jmi dluim with
On behalf of the Charles Lukins Aula Company
The Lukins Organization Extends io every Friend
and Patron the Greetings of the New Year
That the love, the laughter and the good cheer of the
Holiday season mag reach out and extend io every day
in the year to come.
That friendship's bonds may be tighter drawn and groio
as the days go by, and
That each day may hold for you God's greatest blessing
abundant health and the prosperity that comes from
January First (
Start the New
Have your teeth treated and re
paired before they undermine
your general health. We an
nounce the opening of the new
Drs. Wolfe & Poynor
at 300 Robinson Building, in the suite of offices formerly occupied by Dr.
O. M. Fenton, whose practice we have assumed.
Our new offices are light and airy and sanitary we have every facility
for treating your teeth by modern methods and at prices that will always
be reasonable. Both members of this firm are young men with long rec
ords of honorable service in local dental offices.
We are asking for your patronage on the basis of strictly sanitary, high
grade workmanship and reasonable prices.
Don't Put It Off
If your teeth are decayed, don't delay having them treated diseased
teeth are responsible for a large percentage of human ills today, includ
, Dr.'Cotton, the eminent dental authority, says in the November issue of
Dental Facts: "III positioned and diseased teeth not only add to the gen
eral bodily infirmity, but are one of the productive causes of insanity."
Don't delay come to our office this week, let us examine your teeth and
give an estimate on the cost of having them made sound.
AS NEAR PTINLESS AS GOOD DENTISTRY CAN BE
DRS. WOLFE & POYNOR
300 Robinson Building
Phone Osage 3432