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TULSA DAILY WORT.D, MONDAY. JANUARY 12, 1920.
Wills and Thompson Meet in .COLORADO DEPUTY
15-Round Battle Here Tonight GOES WITH WOMAN
Boxing Followers Believe
Defeat of Langford Gives
Wilis Edge Thompson
1IOtT TIHC IIOl'TS
l'laie -Convention hull.
Tim- -S 30 o'clock tonlRht
Min event Harry Will".
1,'nani.i, ihnniplon. vs. Jack
Th .1'-"" t'lilhidclphhi. chnllen--c
for world's noRro heavy
, il-m "ti-- 15 rounds.
I.i f.-tro (IcriiM "tied" flahan.
. -ui-wmdup Oscar Mortimer,
f. ula. Rough llouso Warn,
T,,f, hi.ivvweights; 10 rounds.
tTv IJirry Dalley.
Six rounds - Young Unity Kmltli,
Ti!.i. v Kl! Williams, Musko
four round fiirmln raiser.
u.tce rirand Athletic club.
Promoter -Wiill.cr .Macluin.
Harrv Wills anil Jack Thompson.
, hanipum and i hallotiRer. who meet
i.n.Kht m a IS-round bout for the
ui,, negro uoavywciRiu cuain-i
. nnnhlp ai rnnvention hall, retired I
r.ii l !wt night, while, hosing en-,
Ii,i.i-'k of Tulsu wero dlbculntf
the relative ability of tho two men (
uikI tlic piobublc outcome of tho,
Nil's timers tonight's hout 11
fiurilc Thompson, however, lh
noi wl'ltour his supporters. They
n.ont to the Riant rhlladelplilan's
work in previous bonis with Wills,
as ,m Indication Hint tin has a,
chance to boat tho champion.
Km ii the l.ttiRford-Thonipton
und Laiieford-Wllls limits held hero
early in the winter, It Is agreed that
tonight's k hIioiiIi! lie u Mashing
affair between two of tho greatest
i "Xr" he nnvights. There arc sonic
who bclievo WtllB will mop Thomp
ton before the end of the fifteenth
iiiund. some who think the bo will
not last over 10. A knockout Is
looked for by a majority of the fans.
So ereat M tho klucElnR ability of
e.uh ihat many bclievo 0110 la ccr
t.vn to take the count.
Hough IIouso Ware and Oscar
Mortimer, heavywelglus, who clasn
In the 10-round nenil-wlndup, should
a'fo provide a Rood arRiunent, with
the probable chances of a If. O.
Young Bully Smith of Tulsi. a
'niKh. promising boy. steps six
rounds with Kid WltllamB of
Muskogee. A four-round curtain
r.ileer opens the khow,
lromoter Machen last nlRht an
nounced that tho doors will be
opened tonlRht at 7 o'clock and that
ite first preliminary wllf bo started
promptly at S.30 o'clock.
STUDY SCHOOL SITUATION
Mu-Unc or Solum! Itonnl nti.i chic'
Committees .Monday Nfcht.
A meeting of tho school curve
r'iumiUeFS appointed at the cat ed
nftrence of the board of odu-a o
ml. v,c c.ul representatives Ian
"nday will be held In tho Ji.r
- 'lool tonight t 7:30 o'clock, jl
,r ,n,Vn, lruS' Avery, chalrma .
" tern during ihc Illness of Krai,
was seriously hampered bccaiih. of
ea her conditions durlnK the W.M.
, 1 '.norw vvlll probably he
on L,J, 0 com'l'tceii named wero
Zl hh"ntr,i nud'"nR- maintenance
c0?' J "vlnC lo teachers. A
o an .hV T-,h0 n"f 'onnalrea sent
vmi 1 Tu ,a tpact'e on their
expens-ri wlU bo (riven lo the
MrTSriw" ehr,,t V"'1 TlKitiUy and
tn. V1 Pror?(, has been invcnie.i
niu "R U Wllh lron or Mtfio;
Okmulgee Report h
Ileavu Traffic for
Year Was Handled
?V-iil lo Thf World
OKMl l.at:t;, ,lun I0. -Moro
than H.OOO.OOO was paid In freight
charges on lucomliiR ulid oiiiroIiir
tonnaite and on oiiIroIhr passen
Rer traffic here durlnR the year
I y 1 0, uccurdliiR to carefully
checked flRures colloctcit by the
OkmulRee chamber of commerco.
This flRiire Includes charses paid
to all railroads entering tho city.
The 1UI9 flRtircs show an lueroaso
of more than $1,000,000 over the
rid I ron d buslncfs at OkinulRce
dtirlliR the year 191S No city in
the southwest with less than f.o.OoO
population approaches this mar
vellous record of buslrjosn trans
acted. The tolal frolftht tounaRO enter.
IriR and leavltiK OkmiilReo In
1919 nnuiunted to npprovlniately
783,000 tons. In tills the total
tonnage was Ml!, 000. nil Increase,
of 220.000 tons In 1919,
Freight revenues on nil rimds
for 1919 total approximately
J3. 630, 000 In I9U they wero
about 12.(150.000, the Increase In
1919 being In round uumberH
1 1,000. 000. Thin IB a phenomenal
Increaie according to rnllroad and
Okmulxec people p.ild out
1 110,000 In lound flRiires for rail
road pas'OnRer tickets in 1919 and
fSOO.OOO In 1918
tiislwp Qiiaylc Hid
T ulmns Farewell
On Last Night Here
Bishop W. A. Quiiyle In a ser
mon at Convention hall Inst nlRht
entitled "The Church of Hod,"
kuvo omphalic denials that the
church Ik "on Its laat Ipr." and
that predictions durlnR' the war
that the churches would turn Into
one law V. M. C. A. were correct
About 2.000 perrons heard the
famous Methodiht episcopal
bishop, all of the other churches
of that denomination having dis
continued their service,, to allow
the various conRreRutlons to at
tend. Humor, patriotism and popular
conceptions of current events
were InterminRlnd with tin ap
peal of tho church. Some peo
ple would not bo at home In
heaven because they would have
cuniptlon enoURh to know that
tl.ey tK-Ionfieil In hell,'' the bishop
In reference to the labir rjnes
tlon, the prelate counseled Hint
hnmuel tlompers of the Amernan
Federation of Kabor "knows all
thlnRs about some thln which
ho know, KomethlnR nboul.'' He
said that prohibition had been the
result of allied Protestant churches
and that labor leaders had op
The bluhop lefi t,uc m ni-)lf
for Fort tlcoti. Kan
Ex-Convict, Charged With
Forgery Was Caught
Pearl Cockroll, ox-ronMct and,
forger, who was arrested by dotec-1
lives In a Tulwi rooming house on
an luvcfttlRutloii chargu last week.'
will be taken to Colorado RprlliRSj
today tiy Deputy Hhcrlff J. W Hon-'
demon and police matron Mrs. A. V '
Wayland. who arrived In Tulha Sat-,
urday with extradition papers for1
the woman. 1
"This woman Is what we call in1
Colorado 'n Renultin all round rough'
neck.' " said the deputy sheriff lasi
night. "She served two years In the
t'anen city pnlltetitiury and was ie
leased laAt Keptcmbur. Hhe was con ,
vlctod in 1917 of obtaining moriui
under false prolnnses and of curr
IliR inortRHgud property out of the
state which Is a felony In Colorado
She recently robbed a man of about
I2"0 and cashed bogus checks for
more than J 100. and Is being laken
to Colorado lo face the charges
which have been filed ngalnst her
"DurlnR her trial In 1917 Hhe tele
graphed lo her alleged HlMer In
t allfornlu for assistance, but was
tcfiiHcd. Telegrams to the man she
claims us her father wero muiti
swered Hhe ha been married twice
and has several children In Colo
When inrreMed In Tulsa, the Col
llns woman was In a rooming house
A man at rested with her was latei
released. Several times during her
stay In the ollj jail she has irled to
escape. It was reported, hut was pre
vented by the turnkey. The third
morning that she was In Jail hero a
larce bole U'Ih rnnnrlA.1 l.....n . ..
dug In her cell. When arrested sh.. f
Kac an asMitnnl name
A Fronishluun has Invented a mow.
iiiR machine lr f.iHtentwl to iho
stern of a launch to clear vt-Reta-tlon
Chi OmcRa OffiTN I'rlrc.
Spn.l lo The World.
NORM A. V Jan. II. -The tnlver
slly of Oklahoma, chapter of Chi
Oniegi, tialtninil women's friiternliv
will rIvc i pur of f- to the wniii.fi
Khiilent ex.-tiiMHe of i s member-,
who makes Hie In, 1km jji-.i.Ip i HO
ioIorv work at 'In mine kiiv each
nr Otbe' ehap'ers of Hie fruier
nlty have a 'n.r pohrj to pror.ioii u
lerest In pop a I t-er fee w rli
Income Tnx lUumrt.
ana iP?yers d-""-lnf Information
fe.J? ? m mak'ne out their suite
S "V'J rJ,port' ca" Avers K
J. ss Urady hotel. I nrn here rep-
"'I 'n," "into auditor's of'lce
'nif out their state report
AVERS K. BOSH.
Btto Income Tax Collector
High class musical comedy
featuring Harmony Qunr
tet and blackface comedy.
In Her Latest
'THE DARLING OF
(The Daredevil of t'?
in His Latest Thriller
0:l.-, I2.1KI. a. ilil.-i, 1:30,
ft: IS, 7, ft.Ift, 0:il(l
Elks' Bij Charily Show
JANUARY 6- 7
Personal Direction of J. A. Darnaby
The most elaborate local production ever
attempted in Oklahoma
100 IN CAST AND CHORUS
Scat .sale 0N'ii ,it Wnn innn'. .lewelri store at III a m mi
iilncMlai , .Iiiiiuai'v It
'I lie flr-l lioiii' villi lie iletolnl to cheeking (if c.tU sold In mtiiiiiie
lloti'l Mlis id,
Cheer Up Girls
lils of l'c)- I ii. i hi Soiurs
Ileal ( oineilv
I'llTI III I M
J Good Western Drama
ib m r k m
JKU JO. Su
An Unusually Good Comedy One That Pleases
A Dramatic Success with a New York Cast
3eat Sale Now on at Quaker Drurj
Trices: $1.C0, $1.50 and $2.00
This is the third show of Akdar Band and Patrol
PlnyiiiR All Week
Miitlni'i l),ilh ;tn p in
I veiling at H n't loi I.
The I'laiio MiiOok I c (.11)
I tin KmcM-son
I I iti it is i, vim s' u
Manure III, . JT.i ,Ml I
Mglil 'J.'.c. idle, 7ftc M llll
Get the Grand llnldt
Urine lie' hole I llllllll
tun urn.-c oN-ii lOt.io. rimnr :ino,
Bargain in Town
Our Daily Matinees 15-25c
Starting at 2:15
Kxccllcnt Show Now Playing
lllS of I llll
A DnrzlinR Cliorus
M XT I I K SI'OUI (,tl,S
The halnii lians,.i'e. In an Original IMiidiicllon of Mory Dnnccn,
Siiiirh iiinl Mii-lc
With Joseph Mach, jr., and Jack Cook
Work & Kelt
The ! '.lid of some tin)
Jerome & Newell
In "A Clilnceci ClrciH."
Barney &c Whitledge
"Just a Few Moments"
Of Hiiir mid 1'atler.
'Die Mnslcnl Comedy hlnr
In l.tcluslto Soiig-i mm Morten.
Mglil I'rh-CM I.,, 2,', n, anil
BOXING Convention Hall
Monday, January 12, 8:30 p. m.
Oram! A. C, Walker .Miichcii, rminotcr, I'nwnts
Harry Wills, vs. Jack Thompson
15 HOUNDS TO A DIX'IMO.N
GIO) (iAIIAN, ltcferco
For Colored Heavyweight Championship of the
Rough House Ware vs. Ocar Mortimer
Tulsa Toronto, Canada
Two Other Good Prelims
Ringside Seats $4, Reserved $3 and $2
General Admission $1
SKATS ON SAM I
c, V1". ,nr11". 12 riutt Third Street. I'lionej O-20II
nt. Iain! lVml Hall, 10 North Cincinnati. I'lmnc ().2:tir,
'entry Billiard Hall, 117 North (irecimoral. l'liono O-120H
Iaiik 'JVln, 3 Water Street, Sapitljia
rVl IT .
Hie JNcw Year of Y. W. C. A.
I'llYSICAIi KDCCATIONAJ. Ili:i MtT.MILN'T
Nirvv Ai'i'AitA'i'i s ivsti,m;i
stiuuuzi:d and i m.sii .vit:b
Classes Beginning Monday, January 12
1'IIONi: ORAdi: 0387
y 1 & Tomorrow
Monday and Tuesday
A Double Header
The One nnd Oulj Ileal
In a Heal Slde-nplllllng Coiiicd) lailltlcd
In Ills Ijilct True to IJfo
WiKtcni Drama Kntltlctl
ItcnifiiilsT Two Dais
Nolle' To avoid I lie rush nl night,
pliiine nttend ihc mallneo and nnMiire
joui-m'K of scvlng this slum.
Admlwdon Children 10, Adull 1,'c
Her eoiiNCltuice wild No, llu her heart
i-a id cs, lor ihU vins the man I lull she)
lonil 'er liiishanil she loalhcil, Inn
It's llll lu the picture. SIX IT.
The Greatest Woman's Picture, of
Adaptation of Cosmo Hamilton's
powcr-pnekod romance, which ap
peared in the Cosmopolitan Maga
Although this is a Paramount
Artcraft special in seven parts,
it is being shown at the Rialto'c
regular prices, 10c and 25c.