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title: 'The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, January 03, 1920, FINAL EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 191J0.
GO WITH AUIUS
Lcounty Attorney Sug-
J5T flrnatH Wav to Help
WANT A LIVE CLUB
Ten Per Cent of Cnrs Made in
. ... 1 n.. A..a
Country sioicn uy
mo automobile club In Tulsa
and eery town In 0o state, was
urged b' Oeorso Hooves oa tbo only
solution of the unto thievery prob
l.m at tho noonday luncheon moot
,rK'ofthe auto club at Hotel Tulsa
'"uto'uH composed of tho most
Influential mernurm j.
ifiiKer ut' " , - :r
luntry .... ..i.,.,i
V in addition . 10 .V"".
iemana'a '" i. an, th s
hi Mid the Mlo of stolon o no.
Hies would t, made very
These needed changes could be e
carri through tho medium of a
large 'nn w"MWlM ot car
owners of the state.
"Ten PP" cum. ui - -
.ut of motor can. .last oar were
Chicago and Tulsa stand out
5t,0ft Chicago arm thievery.
as cenicra ...
COUGHED NIGHT AND
DAY FOR TWO YEARS
' r. parUmrst IVmnd Quick Tlcllcf
"! .... i.mi'Ii nl Trouble.
"Two jeirs itV I ld rtin "hlch
left rae wllti 'oun' "-i
ram. chronl taonehlal aithma, and four
Jetton Mil " u11 1,01 b
"I commened taMn. everjlhloe mj
friends recommended, but I ot worse In.
Head ol better Kor two jesrs'1 waa anibl
to do tit verb exempt to coui-h constantly
alibi ltd dir. hleh ws the. hardest work
"l'insllr I tot hold of Milks F.mulilon.
It teoeflttfld mo no much, rlitht from the
Itsrt, that It etxti as a Oodscnd, In two
fmonthi I mi vereetly cured. I gained Is
health, llrenrth and flesh rapidly." J. XI.
rsrlhurst. Uon itreet, W. Terro Hauto,
Cou.ks like this seldom yield to local
treatments. The mreit way to reach them
It to build CDiod strengthen the whole
ijlttra. Kor any obstinate cou.h, Milks
Emnltlcn la a remarkable remedy.
Milk Kmulslon is a pleasant, mitritlte,
food and a corrective medicine. It restores
healthy, natural bowel action, doing away
with reed of pills and physics. It promote
sppelite snd quickly puts the digestive nr.
fins n shape to ssiimllate food, Ae a build,
er of flesh tnd itrrncth, Milk Kmulsfon Is
strooely reronimended to those whom sick
rtis has weakened, and is a powerful aid
la misting and repairing the effects of
tulle, dlseaiei. Chronic stomach trouble
lad ronitlpallon are promptly reliered
sroally In one day.
Thli is the only solid emulsion made, 1
ui so palatable that It la ealiri with
. ifeon like Ice ereatn. Truly wonderful for
xtXi. sickly children,
Af No matter how serere yonr ease, tou
art arred to trv Ml ki Emnlnlnn nr.,1.. im
auststlee Take sli bottles home with you. '
0,.t crordlnr to directions and It not
latlified with the results, your money will
be pronptly refunded Price 60c and'$l;i)
Pr bottle.. The Milk. Kmulslon Co.. Terra
idVt ' 0uu,, o'erTwnere.
1919 Bin Year With
Police, accords of
Chief Allen Reveal
THE CONTjSTJSTLOSE ( Citll IMvfa )
I'ollco pecordH show H,t(2 ar
resu for tile year litis. Of thli
number, 9,23s were tried in iioile
court for wit-Ion offenses and
2.200 were recorded on the In
vestigation book. Most of the In
vesications, jiolitu stated, were
cases where men were arrested
hero who were wanted by the m-'
Ilea In other ellle.i and by the
sheriff hero and at other places.
There nrn on the. averano three cars
stolen on tho streets of Tulsa every
day and tho iivertido value la J2.00O
"During tho past Co days a Kreat
deal of tfood has been accomplished
merely In show-in that the com
munity was interested In supprens'
Injr tho thelf. Alieady by the most
caroless und slipshod efforts we
have greatly reduced tho "straw
bona" evil. Hut tho fight mils" he
continued and for that reason wo
must continue our rapid increase of
membership," Iteeven said.
Kefcrrinn to a report of 12. Hoo
Outhrey, Koiretury of thu club on
Kood roads, .Mr. lteeves declared
that within two years tho city that
was not tho center of a network of
hard surfaced highways would be In
tho Mime position as the town 10
yeara nuo that waa not located on
Mr. Henry C Ilailnk's Indian
palntlnKs aro attracting a Brent deal
of favorable comment. They aro be
Ins shown at the Tulsa Art and (lift
Shop, C20 South Main s'r tt Advt.
Hamuli Apimic iiii) l.oiitllni; MeOrmv
In nult Itetuiiis I'l I'ourlli
Ioiib distance telephone ities-
wikcs yesterday from Hapulpa, mm
other points in ihe fourth concreH
hlonal district, whero the republi
can preclnet oracn tlUiitlunn held elec
tions In chmr.- ileleKates to the
county conventloiiH to bo held on
January S, indicate that the remlbs
John J. Mcllraw and Jake llamoti
are Iho leading candidates for con
trol, and Incomplete lelurus Kave
llamon n sIIkIii leail, but with plcni)
of precln.-ts c: to be heard fiom
ht could chatiKo the results.
In S.ipulp.i u was felt that llamon
was vlclor because ho rnrrled Dnim
rltrlit and other precincts. At llrls
tow tlw result wits 50-50. Here both
men carried three precincts each,
wllh two il!idcd.
Only mc.iKor returns could be
had from 1'ottawatomle, Lincoln.
Hughes, Johnson and other coun
ties In the district.
To sae space In stores a trlamru
lar telephone booth h.in l'0'"
ANOTIiril VISITOR In Ihe city
JCHterday was (1. Mllcholl.
Cishler of the I'll si National bank
of lllt;henrt. I
' MAJiMt AI.VA J VILISt presi
dent of the Security Slate bank, will
leturne today from St. Louis, whole
he leiit New Year's
' P. I. WALTIIH. iiMlMnnt rHshler
of th irnion N'atloiml bank, win In
Kansas Oily on business Jeslerday.
S K lif.NN, HSHlstnnt county at
torney who lias been In tho Kovern
mcnt hospital a( Alexandria, l,i
-i ihe p.is Hrte weekt, ha- re
irnel i 1 il.t ii, impieved he II h
ind w. 1 '.,kn up bis offbl.il duties
nrxl Mondnv - I
I. II. J.U'KKON ptesidenl of the
American .Satloiuil bank of Hapulpa,
was a Uiltor In Tulsa yesteril.i) .
It. P. LAMPKIPH. asslslnnt
cashier of the Liberty Nnllonal
bsnk. spent Hie holhlan In Wichita
and will return to Ills desk tnmor
.IPIXIH II. I, HrA.NMHVHN, vice
president of Ihe Mxcliimtje' Trust
company, will lonn Suudny for n
business trip. to ClilrnKo and seeral
easirrn el'les I -
SUi:i!t-(-' JAMIX Woolley. art
iiik on information received from u
f.irir,i r ui ,1 i , n
n i ij pe i . ,i
mohUi i f , k-iii
I. TICK Lit,
lied Wing lintel.
wood MVenue, on Ihe
(miner II, entered n
Klllll) ut his
ci.inniitieil to in II under bond of
$1,000 for prellmlnsi y hearing Jun
.MAIIItlAtIK LIPKNWIiH weir Is
sui'il to the followlnir yesterday by
the clerk of county court' Lcioy
Tinker. .'I. TiiHi, and ilolilln lloli-
tiory fn.n.d i i r 1 I lxt' Krncst j rinht
i i n -i 'i i ' M i r 1 1 l i.rd 2 Til in
..ii I'a ten 'Mi. Till a. and
." I in ' t' HoilKltli.non, 19, Oki.t
lli'ln.l (',: - I - -
I I'KTITIII.VI Poll divorce were
filed In district anil superior courts
Hie followtin; plain
.McCnrlhy Htinltisl It.
a room In ihe
100 .North llreen-
I'-1 yesterday bv
arralgninsnt yeslerday ( MePnrthv: Walter
ii. .1. may anil was , .lanlnat .lssl,i w. Prm
I li'ldeiw Hie, an,
.lolmson ngnlnst (tenrRe.l. Jolineon
niullr c, Mmtth awinst Artliur T
Kmlth; llelene riiestnnl nun Inst
Of Danish luvenllnn Is apparatus
that bottles milk under prewsure so
Hint It kieps fresh two years or
I' HO It I It I T IN Tl X VS.
(oiernor llemly In Order liite.itlira
I ion lulu iloii S)tiin.
A PUTIN. Texas, Jan. li. llo. V.
P. Hobby- Is ready to older an in
lesllgallon of alleged Kraft In the,
Teaas prison system, h chained by
It I, Winfrey, ehairmon of the.
prison commission. If facts ate pre
sented This became known tu.l.iy
When the governor telegraph. .1 Mi
Winfrey asking for Information r. -gardlng
n statement Ihe ('umiiii
Minn's elislrmen nave out m J.iy
In which it was chaigeii thin "im.
lions' were being grafted u ti,.
prison svslem and expreslni; ,i de
stie for an invesilKstton
Itcst xinler nml Ik'si eorrlcci In
Tulsa. Certifies! to by cltj
Phone Osage 00 or (10.
Clear as a Bell
Since the day our first
a n n o u n c o in e n t ap
peared in Thu World,
The Instrument of Quality Tulsa musi? lovc1r3 hfyo
J been cominp; to this
store and placing their orders for a Sonora the
PhonoKrapli with a Tone Quality supreme. One dem
onstration will convince you of the superb quality
of the Sonora, the instrument that was given the
highest award at the Panama-Pacific exposition.
Space here will not permit a detailed descripton, but
we wish to call your attention' to some of the most
salient featurcs,.which include a strong and splendid
motor, beautiful cabinets and workmanship and best
of all, the Sonora plays perfectly all disc records
without the use of additional devices of any kind and
without tho scratchy, mechanical noises, common in
many machines. The cabinet of the Sonora comes in
a wide variety of models with a choice of many
Priced From $75 to $1,000
Come in today and sec these machines, we have them
on our floors ready for immediate delivery.
T. J. White Music Co.
624 South Main St. Phone Osage 454
CLEARANCE SALE OF
To close out at once certain discontinued lines and broken sizes we have
Kruned in separate lots several different styles of Ladies' Lace and Button Shoes,
which we offer at greatly reduced prices. You should be able to find vour size
amongst the various groups.
sfc. K . "W
Laco and button, in patent
leather and cunmetal, high
heels; slzea to
lllfih and low heels, uray kid
boots; also hlch heel Ivory kid
boots; laco EtylcK.
Lace and but' in, patent leath
er, vlcl kid, gunmetal and sev
eral styles In two-tones; hlKh
lieeln; tjizes to S.
Lace and button styles, viol
kid, patent leather and sev
eral styles, two-tones, high
heels; sizes to fV&.
GROUP 4 ,
Lace styles In cray kid with
cloth tops: also all over brown
Vhl; high heels; sizes to T.
n: r .
k ixcauctions on
All Short Lines
and Odd Pairs
Sale Starts Thin Morn
ing. Come early and
pick your size.
No refunds or exchanges made on merchandise sold at these
SAMPLE SHOE CO.
Every department in
t h c I'aris Fashion
Shop is conducted on
an Honor hasis
meaning that satlsfat
Hon must he yours or
ire consider your put
fp&r V..eVi )"
r QJJa&6llV'& vU'
415 South Main Street
You may shop freely
duriny sales, and if
not absolutely satis
fled correction will lie
made without ques
tion. Shop early today.
Further Reductions Are Quoted for Today
A marvelous sale, replete with reductions of' a radi
cal order on women's wear of the veru highest rank
a sale that is appealing in popularity particular
ly among those who seek an element of difference in
their dress, and are satisfied only with the best the finest to be had. All Paris Fashion Shop modes are involved
in this Final Clearance, offering unliminted selection.
Tulsa's Greatest Sale of Dresses
Dresses that aro exquisitely developed of all tho
finer materials in the very latest fashions
gathered from our regular stocks expressly for
this sale. These dresses are a charming collec
tion of emphatic individuality each model
built along lines that give graceful silhouette.
Stunning models of the favored fashions
as Velours, Velour de Laine, Velour Su
perior,, Dueve de Laine, Silvertone, Tinsel
tone, and others in fashions that show the
latest innovations for street and semi-dress
wear. There are but (55 Suits in this collec
tion, many worth four times the price
quoted. Your unrestricted choice at
Rich Fur Pieces
Coatees, C a p e s , Chokers,
Searfs, Muffs, etc., of unim
peachable quality and striking
originality of designing, add
ing much to the enviable repu
tation of our Fur Stocks.
Tulsa women arc urged to visit this shop early
today for the group of Dresses offered at this
price will surely create a great demand. They
t'ome mostly in the smaller sizes. These dresses
tannot be duplicated for three times the price
A Kroup of very flnn Winter Coata that sell hero
reKUlarly for up to 'ISO. 00 placed on (Pi O CA
salo at tPly.DU
A wonderful iirottp of very fluo Coata that aro su
perb, Hi-lllni! rcfiularly for up to I00, (JCQ (Tf
aro placed on Halo at feJs.eJv
A cnleetlon of handsome Coats that sell regularly
for up to $65 placed on 3)29 50
Coats that iMually sell for up (o 1131) '.U, in all the
noweat moiled and materials, Bplendid (jV'n tfj
fur trltnmltuiM, placed on sale at tDUeJ.Uv
An assortment of beautiful Coats, all materials,
styles and fur trimming. Usually sold (IjQQ
at up to f ? placed on sale at ipejt.rjv
An (irray of Coals Hint will please insla itly values
at up to llfifi aro placed on wale at, (CVQ A
extra special tj) I 7ul