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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920
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ARLOS FANNING AND FRANK TUCKER BOX HERE TONIGHT
Lightweights Step 10 Rounds; CHILLOCCO BEATS
Otto Wallace Meets Winner KENDALL QUINTET
Adams and Morrisctt in
a Ten-Round Semi- j
28 ROUNDS OF BOXING
Dnniolfl nnd Uynn Go Klghl
Frames; n Four-Round
I'lao Grand theater
Tlmo 1 o'clock.
Main event Frankln Tin knr.
Tulsa vs. Arlos Fanning, Kansas
Oily, lightweights: lo rounds
lteforcf -lnrald "(led" Oiihnn.
TlfimkrijHr Harney Cleveland.
Jnplln, m Hilly Mnrrlsett, Hand
HprlngH, wcltonvelKhtH; eight
filx round-- Jack Itynn. Tnlst.
v. Chimin Daniels, Ttllii, light
weights. Four roil mli .lack IJurnlti,
Hand Hnrlfigs, vh lClil I'orter,
l'Ys.nkln Tnc,ker of Tulsa and Arlns
Fanning of Kansas City and former
ly of llarllrsvllln, well known sotith
writorn llghtwolghtn, yrntrirday con
cluded training for thnlr 10-rniiud
limit tit thn Clruncl theater tonight.
Thn Tuckers are to have a full rep
resentation tonight. In addition lo
I'Yankle ntnl 1 1 In nlstnr manager,
Kllxahoth, 1 -on nip, twin In-other of
Kllzahcth, ami who returned to Tulsa
Thursday nftnr liiivliu: secured IiIm
discharge from Ihe iiriny nflor nearly
two ywirn nnrvlrn, will lin 1n I'nmkln'n
conipr, nnd, nrcordtn to Alliw Tuck
er, Unit coinlilimtlon ran't lio IxmiU
Plan ICIInilimllon MoiiIh.
It In tlifi Intention of tlio Ortinil
Atlilrtlo rluli to nta?e cllmlimllon
IlKlUwrlRht ronfntn and tlm Okla
homa hoya woro wlrrtod na tho f Irnt
prlnclpaln. otto Wallnco of Mil
waukro. will mrft tlio wlnrnr of to
nlRht'i tout nrit H-iturdny nlKht. Ar.
rordlnir to word rocnlvod jwtirilny,
ValUre will tm In town today imd
will lm Introduord from tho r lure to-
Tuckfir nmrt innniilnR liavo oach n
InrKn following In Tulmu Orral nlrn
llarlty lilwn th two Niyn' rtylo Ih
llkrly to dovivlop Into a fimt and In
tcrcntlmc mill. i:ach j mparlully
noted for his clnvi'rnwm and nclotw
tlflc nxhltiltlon nhould txi elwn wIkti
lortCT In Oirtnln Ttlrr.
Sailor Adnmx of JopHn nnd llllly
Morrlwtt of Rand Rprlnn", nr to
iKtnp i-lBlit ronnd.i In tho n-ml-fliml.
.Inck Itynn of Kaimlpa and Claiidn
Danloln of Tnlna ko nix round. Jack
I.lnoln of Hand BprlnRH and Kid
I'orfvr of Tulmi oppn tho nhnw with
n four-round curtain rnlnor. AdaniH,
Danlflla and lnrtrr ha,vi nppcnri-cl on
Ornnd program hrforc. Thin Ih 28
round In nil, nnd I onr or tho InnK
tit and inont atlmctlvo curds ofrcrrd
hy tho Drnnd Hlnco lln Inntiirtiral
how a fow wckn npo.
.Stcpixi id-jiilH NYlRhlHirinir nty Oijy
cm to no to 12 VUtnrjr at
IciiVm Irfwt Nljjht.
JKNKB, Jan. 1. Huvrlor tram
unit Individual nlnv rnvn JnikH hlirli
Ifctinnl n F.li to 19 vledirv ncir AltlnV
lirro tonlKht. Htcptxi wan Individual
htar. Tho mtno qulntotn play hero
JKNKS (GO). I'on. ATOKA (l!
Htoppo y l'.iiidriM)
Wilson l'. ....... JMekn
Cl ....... . . .(! ltiwo
llnll (1 Main
MllWrr CI Mcllrlde
l'"lold fro.ilrt: Htoppo lfi, WIIhom 7,
tMrn t, llrll 1. Iuiilm, I, Homo I.
Halo J. l'Ton rohIm: Btoppo 4. Kcf
onco: ItrKiincmnii (TulM).
Di-fpjtt of Mlil.Wivt In SlrnlKlil
IViHmw In Y. SI. O. A. Tin Nmcik..
Trann-Conllnc ntal howlers won
from thn MM-UYm flvo lu ntralKht
franina In tlm V. Jl. C A. Iimkuii
Iiui I nlKht. Mnacr of tho wluncrx
wn IiIkIi Individual roller with
TraiiH Com. Jrt. Ind. 3rd Total
llnrtranft 135 172 129 43fi
Whitney 1(12 1C9 184 M5
loiiohuo. 12S 203 1S7 408
Mor 15C 1117 1 21t 542
AlKlors.... .146 H.2 17fi 474
Total 727 53 7SR 23oT
Mid. Went 1st. 2nd. 3rd. Total
Hhepherd 122 13t 11R IlfiS
MacDurtnond ..146 ,U5 112 3C3
ukr 120 1t( It 7 3(13
Harris Itr, ir3 173 470
Cockrlll.. 133 1C1 1 42 436
IrWtlKM) HII.I.V M ' A UN I .V. i
1 ilrli. .liiur an I .i: irn lrt 11 11 m ever,
H nppi il Hi 'I'n m.i a few riiifiiit-H
lat nl'hl en route 10 Khiih.ii, I'lly
ft oik Oklahoma H. wlicto lm wan
completing .irr.uiKi mentH for the hp
pisimnio Ihorn'of lloti M.inln, A K
I' chaniplou, who in to lx at an
American l.'Klon alhletlc kIiow next
month Hilly in reiirwontliiK Jimmy
Hrniimni, M.iriln'n 111,1 n.iKnr, who 1
Mcoverlntf from an attack of pneu
monia. MrCarnry I eiithiiNlantle
over Marlln'H poMHlhllltteH .1 ml
whllo dun iillnwari'ii iiiunt l0 made
for naturiil enthliMlanin over friend
Jimmy's hopeful Mct'arney li.m
laxoly picked a l"er.
Martin li not ready yet lo meet
.lank I)unipey. llm he Ih thn great
eBt pronpect in the rlntt. iccordlnit
to McCarney .Martin, knew 110II1I11K
of lioxlnc when he flrat lolned thn
ncrvlro and Htlll ha much to learu
on hlttlriK and ivttlnr; away. Hut,
way MiCarney, ho haa the moat
deadly wallop of any heavyweight In
Martin will probably meet I Inch
Wnlker In K.-innn City MrOarncyn
inluhlnn Intlie Mliwonrl city In to
TircoM.i'.i, with the promoter there
In behalf of Hroimou. Walker nhould
provldii the former A. K. K. champ
ion with hi hardest tent, and If
miccemful, Martin w.lll then Im Her
loiiNly cniiKlilf nil na a po'ilblo title
In addition to providing boxlnic
nnthimlantn with iendld cardu In
which thn fan havn nlwayM e
cured a run for their money, thei
Clrnml Athletic club ha axnlnted
In the development of local hoy.
It ha (ilwa)H been difficult In
the puit to get boy to appear In
preliminarily. Now, the (Iranil
Athletic club hn more nmbltloii
and cnpabhi boy than can b
lled each week.
With thin nort of winither ,lt won't
bo Iniur now before thn boy on tho
mind loin KCt out the old torn Klove,
nicked bat and battered hall and
Htart playliiB tho creatent cima of
And within 11 month nnd n hlf.
the 1)Ir tioy wltl bo working In tho
nouthern training cnlnp.
Anil within two month, WeMtern
liiiRile club wilt ntart work,
Junt two month
HIGHS MEEl TONIGHT
Tulin mill INirt Smllli S'IioIiihiIch
CIiihIi on IIIkIi ScIkniI (Vtiirt at
Conch K W. Itau'n TiiIm.i hlirh
Hchool liimkeleerH toulKht meet their
f Irnt Inter-nlatn tent 1111 the local
court when they nppoeo the Kort
Smith Ark., nulnlet I'orl Hmltli won
tho Arkannaa w'holiintlc Ktato title
lnt KeaHon and for Moverul yearn
hac been ranked .1 one of the lead
tnit southweetcrn Hcholaatlc iiulntet.
Thin Ih the flrnt jramo for thn crlm
aon and cream follow Ink tho whirl
wind context with Jonkn hint week.
Kolloweni of thn Tulna five are'eon
fldniit It will trlvc tlio iltorN 11 hard
battle, banlne their 1iomh on the
plcndhl samo ptayrd hy Tutaa with
An Injury to hi" leg: may keep
Hhaffer, Kiird, out of the Riimo. This
will iiecctiHltatn a ohlfttiiR of AWl
necke to forward and Vernon to
Kiiard. Ilerlln would ro In c'nter
The probable lineup uh announced
by llnti biHt nlRht: Carter and Ver
non, forward; Weluecke, center;
Hhaffer nnd Keeon, Kliardn.
The TuIh.i rvHorvc play tho Krattk
1 1 it five of tho Hoy' Community
leaRUo. HtnrtltiR nt 7:30 o'clock. The
hlith Hchool Riiml'fl ntnrt at S1.1
Speedy Play in Second
Half Nets Indians
I'ri 1, nMtiK a Ahlrtwlnd una k in
I 'be firni half the I'lillncio Indiium
'nil nlRtii ii.finli.. tho Kendiill col-I'-kc
ciRer In the openliiK collenlate
Kami' of the mnnon. The ne.ore wa
21 to i(
I The name mr hard foiinht
! ihtiniKhout The core tit the rod of
i the flrnt half wn 1 2 to 1 1 In favor
of the I ml In n With the nt.irt or
the neronil lialf, Chlloeco Inrriiineit
lt lenil A rally In the rinal flvn
minute or play enabled Knmlall to
more nil their point mm! In that
Krndnll anil Chlloeco plnv tonlRht
at H lli o'clock nt tho Kedull Rym
niiKlum The lineup
Kendall (211). I'm. I.'hllocin (2H)
Heuk I' Ilayn
I'unhaiii IV. . . Hayhnlle
Wllllatim c Iliiidy
Italcoti l Wano
(Irov.i (c) (i . . . . KlitRnley
Hiilmtltutlonii. Mhney for MI
Hoiiih, I'nnto for llartly. I'lolil Real
Keek t, Oiinham 2, I'luhney 2.
I (aye 3, Haylmllo A, I'iihIo 3 I'Veo
KoalH. Keck I, Oiinham 3, llaye I.
Iteferen It.ltl, iTillnal
TEX RICKARD MAY
Famous American May
He Associated With
Ni:w VOHK, Jnn. lrt Tex lllok
nrd, premier American boxltiR pro
inciter. I expected to lusrt hi hat
Into the rhiR with an offer for the
I inmpxey Caipentler flRht within a
day or two.
Thn lefiiMiil of the promoter to
either verify or deny a rubied re
port from I'arl that lln ha offered
(InorRUM Carpnnllor 200,000 to flRht
Oempxey wivi taken to lntllcatu Unit
ho in IntereHied.
Slay Hlil for riRht.
"I'm not ready to nay anything
abtnit th proponed l)eiii)Hey-Car-pentler
fight." ald Itlckard today,
lio added, hownver, hn mav enter
thn cnmtietltlon for the IiIk flRht
within a few day.
Ankml reKarditiR a report that he
la to bo aietoclaled with Churlea II.
Cochran If tho l'hutllah promoter
landH tho match and decide to
tat;o It In America, Itlckard ild,
"No, thnro Isn't anythliiR to that."
' Will you ro artor tho IiIr fight
on your own hook or will you rcpre
ent a Byndlcato" Itlckard waa
May llnvn AwiK'latcw.
"I would probably have associates
If J moke an offer jt all." he rn.
piled, "but I'm really not ready to
ay 11 thltiR now. There Ih nothitiR
ili'Unltc to bo H.ild "
It 1 believed Itlckard may be nt
the head of 0110 of the American
Hyiidlcate that have approached
Cochran with offerH to lake tho con
tract with Carponller off hi hand.
Coclu.in admitted to the writer sev
eral day ago 'ht he had received
two flatierliiR offers and had them
BANKER GOING SOUTH
.Mr. and Mr. T. N. (illlx-rt VMI
Cuba With Oklalionia Clt Piiittil
INir Slonlli' Vacation
T m:w oitii i:ns.
I '11 nt rail-, three furlnne Mar
garet Dixon, 'llnw.inli first. Jon
tloodninli, iWhlH) M-cntnl; Jo Mall
c int. dtuxlon) third. Time, :lfi 2-S.
K11 riKH lltii-k, Atitoinatlc lied, Hun
Oeorge, Mis v. AdrUinne and Jtoln
rtorinan alo run.
flecond rae, mile and 70 yards
Alrdrle, ( l.tiusford ) first; lice
WlnK. illeuple) second; Hronner.
f I'arrltiRlon third. Time. 1:S I 2-.
I'imlar. Mistake. .Iuilg D.ivld,
I'urella anil Haranka also ran.
Third race, five and nnu-half fur
loni;. tilamnml (llrl. (Collltl)
first; Hobby Allen, (Huxtnn) Krond,
Who Care, fDreyer) third.' Time,
1:10 2-tV IIIR Idea, Abl.izn, I'lnUe
Mcdee, Cormnran, liiiiilry, Arrow
Head, War I.Ike and H.itana also
I'ourlli race, one mile- Tailor
Maid. fWbla) first; KuloRy. (lloyle)
second: llallet Manver. (Iloblnsnni
third. Time, 1:47 1-fi. Three starters
Klflh race, nix furlouRH -Oppor-tiinlly,
fDreyer) first; O'Dotiovan,
(Morris) second; Cock O' The Main,
(McT.iRKHit ) third. Time, LIS 3-5.
Itedlatul, rrophecy, Irish Maid, War
Tor and Huron II. also rnn.
Hlxlh race, mile and sixteenth
Counter Halancc, (Hoylo) first;
Mldlii, (Wlda) second. Prunes,
(I'lerre) third. Time, 1.55 1-K. Don
DodRe, Handful, ll.ittle Mountain.
Ornery. Hemlock and Daedalu also
Hnventh rnce, rnlln nnd sixteenth
Tan Inc. (KtlrllnR) first: romper Hul
wart. (Judge) second, Caballo,
iWldai third. Time, I T,:. I'revarl
cnle, Hleeth, Wllllgim anil Toddler
ICtil rle lslny.
Kirst race, three rurlotiRs John
M Itennlon. Ill, Whippet, 111; Hud
dlo Keau, 111; Ijindsond, 115; Ijyal
Hweeprr, 118; Tenlle. 118.
Hcconil race. lx f urlonRS l.lola
S9; Oolden Dawn, 58; Dlnty Monro,
101; (leneral (llenn. 104; Jean H11I
llant, 101; Hreiulmnn, 110; War
Mke. 110; Ira Wilson, 110; Hullet
,1'ioof, 110, .Minuto Man, 110, Da
mask. llC; Itapld Traveler, 116,
(lain On Cause, 1 10.
Third race, x furlong Queen
Hlouile, 05, Osgood. 102, Discussion,
102; Converse. 104; Charley l,ey
dec.ker, 108; Tho lloy, 115, Ameri
can Acc, 115.
Fourth race, mllo nnd sixteenth
MIstresH I'olly, 100, I'anaman. 101;
-'erlnus, 103; Omond, 106; Pallor.
107: Wood Trap. 110; Chief. 117.
Fifth race, ono mile .Simpleton,
02; Kulogy. 98. St. Hernial!, 9ST
NlRht Wind. 103; Holster, 103;
Kranklln, 103; (lame Cock, 107.
Sixth raco, mile and sixteenth
Toddler. 94, izy Don, 94, Ilaby
Lynch, 91; Opt. JIoiIro, 9'9, ICIng
Neptune, 99; Comacho, 99; Water
Willow, 102; Hed I-and, 103; N. 1C.
Ileal, 105; II. C. Hasck, 105; Tan
talus JOS; Opportunity, 110; Soldat
De Verdun, 112.
Seventh race, mile and quarter
Dolly 91; H.iby Sister. 96; Ixirena
Mohh .99: Almlno, 101; Hrlckley,
,. ,'n,,,nu!". 'Oil Murshon. 101;
l.lttle CottiiRe. 104; Lottery, 106;
Ited Start, 109
T. N Hubert, active vlco presi
dent of tho I'roducei Stato bank,
will leave at noon today with Mrs.
Hllbert for a month' vacation In
Cuba Mr. and Mrs. ,1- W. Teter oC
Oklahoma City, Intlmtitn friends of
the (illbcrlH will accompany them.
Mr. Teter Is vice presidetil of the
t'lrm National bank at Oklahoma
After leaving here the party will
stop frt at New Orleans From
there they (will go to Havana, I'lilm
Hench, Key' West and thence to
Cuba Liter they will vill l'.-inima
and will return horn- by wiy of
New York tl'y
O. A. Ni:.i( t)li:t) ,.VST NICIIT.
Tulsa Hotelier Was Formerly I 'art tier
l".,'',l.:Vr t,''', I'irm.
MllVhel . illn.l n mill r. i
... u i, VllFLIv Jl'T-
tuday evening of blood polmiltiR
followlnR a Miort lllnes. j H
Mirvlved by his wife and other rula
We In TuUa nnd Augusta. Kun
Mineral (irranirement have not yet
Ti. . .1 ' lul,R'' " wa Ilcllnved
ihat the bod wll be ,m,t to Augusta
Three High 'Jacks'
Were Reported in
Tulsa Last Night
C. II. MrCan, Kotchpm hotel re
ported to tho pollco laxt night that
a negro held him up on South
I Inrlnn.itl between First nnd Scc
on South Haltliiiorii near Fifteenth
in hllLs from his pockets Two
other holdup were reported, ono
on South Ikilllmom near Flfttenth
street, of a man named Martin,
22 South Houlder. was robbed of
110 and a man whoso name the
police dbl not Imrn wn rubbed
of a omall mini by two white men
on South Frisco lato yesterday evening
W. C. T. U. WILL
KEEP UP FIGHT
! Temperance Workers to
Pick Candidate for
Mayor of Tulsa.
"The W c T. I'. is not demn
bllleil!" Thl was the battle crv sounded
by the TuImh women at arm iiKnlnst
John Itarloycnrn In tho midst of
thetr Jtibllen rejoicing In tho Firs'.
Methodist Kplscopal church yester
day, they girded (heniseHT-s anew
for a freh fight to make, prohibi
tion roally prohibit.
Tho reeling or the representative!
from the woman's chill and the city
federation of Women's Christian
Temperance union present was
olcid by the prcsldliiR chairman.
Mr A. ('. It.iticrijft, when she ald.
"The end I not yet We hnvo Just
begun to right. And we will never
stop until we have won a complete
Thn Jubilee program opened yes.
terdny morning ut 10:30 wltii 11
speech by Carl C. Mageo on the con
stitution, In which Mr. Marco de
scribed Its birth and It principle.
Mrs Karnrt H. r'lulou- nnieil 114
I music lender and there was n eoln
b Mis Florence Folletto and a talk
on the Juhlles, ruml by Mrs A. II.
Iltihl. Luncheon was served to
about 75 women at noon by mem
ber or tho Centrnl W. C T. F
Tho devotional hyN Itov. Meado
Putt which opened the afternoon
srslon nt 2 o'clock, were followed
by a talk on the now program by
Mrs. Ida Wynnt and an address on
"Uw Knforcement" by Cleorgo K.
"You now have national, slate,
county and city prohibition," said
Mr. Iteeve. "The legalled Honor
traffic ha been transformed Into
an HleRal trntflc and ha become
one of the vices Hut you havn a
teal, life-sited fight in front of you
You can have prohibition enforced
in Tiilfca If you will And one way
Is to elect the riRht men Into office
It I our duty to vote whether you
bolleve In suffrage or not."
The ussemblage then broke up
Into flvo different groups who ill
diissed different iiurNtlons titiml
nated n local man for mayor and
then reported bark to the main
group The needed reform hiir
Retded bv the first group, of which
Mrs. J W. Abel wa chairman, were
dress reform, the olotdnR of picture
show on Sunday. palng a llvln;
wage to women employes, Improve
ment In sanitation, and the lowering;
of room rents so that young people
coming to the citv may find decen'
rootnu at reasonable prices.
The decision reached by a second
group was that th use of tobacco
and tho custom of dancing should
not be tolerated In school and Sun
day school teicher. A third group
went on record a recommending
that the white women or Tulsa help
thn neRro woman vote IntelllRently
The general concensus of opinion of
a fourth group wa that local
women should prepare themselves
by every means In their power for
the exercise of the franchise A
fifth group reported that local
woman must register with one of the
leading partl In order to have an
opportunity to vote at the primar
ies. The rinal number on the program
wn the siiRgrstion of names for
mayor. In voting the fin in en of
Harry 1! Hogcr and Oeorge H
Iteeves led us nominees.
NEWTON BURIED TODAY
Ibsly Wn. Hniiight lien- V'sUTtliiy '
From Dallas Lx.SorHco Man.
The funeral of tleoige Alexander!
Sewton will ho held frum Die M' -
ltlrncy undertaking parlors th.s aft
ernoon at 3 o'clock, with Hcv. C.
V Klmg offlclutlnif. Hurlal will bo
made In Itosehlll cemetery.
The body was brought here yes
terday morning from Dallas. Texas,
where Mr. Newton died January 15,
from pneumonia Mr Nowton wa
connected with the Federal Motor
company while In Tulsa lie had
been In Dalai about six months.
During the war he wa in the army
a up enlisted man and It I said
that he fell a proy to pneumonia
because of a weakened lung condi
tion brmiKht on by his service
Hn I surWved by ono brother,
"Jery" Newton. 1 736 South Iloillder,
and e. sister. Aim Newman D. HnWe,
of Cleveland. Ohio.
DISMISS ASSAULT CHARGE
TULSALERS FN IflY
A "WATCH PARTY"
Field Stationery Company
Put on a Show at a
Detis'tliri AK'Uscd of Hugging Worn,
nil Found Nut (iullt).
Dismissing tho defendant on tho
ground that tho court did not bo
Hnvo tho facts lu related by the
prosecuting wltncMs, Joseph I. Utittn,
of a local detective agency, charped
with htiKRlngnnd kKilng Okla nine,
an offlco girl employed In room No,
5, Hoiton building, waa found not
guilty of assault ami battery upon
the woman nt thn conclusion of tho
trial before Justice S. C Alaxey yes
terday. Mrs. nines claims Hutts came to
the office where she waa working
ami after being told that tho offlco
manager wa out. seized her anil
forcibly hugced and kissed her Jus
tico Alaxey, nfter Inuring thn cose,
decided rrum the fact presented to
him that the prosccutltiR witness did
not give an entirely truthful account
of thn affair
Officially, thn United States went
i.ry last night, but the Tulsale club
enjoyed a watch party nt the Hotel
Kelchum until almost 3 o'clock
this morning following a dlnner
danco given for their benefit hy the
Field Stationery company. I'nlque In
merv wav. tho dinner won served In
11 course, each course representing
I sonic article of stationery, while en
1 tMrtaliiment was furnished by Harry
II N'orris with two song selections,
aeenmiiatvled by his wife nt tho
piano. The .Misses Llttlefleld ren
dered several vocal selections nnd 11
1 four-piece orchestra helped thn
1 diner In their attempts to cat tho
Sponge Juice n In grape, cream
of Cartor's Ink, mailing tube a la
natural, pinles pyramids Kgypt
Ian,, upholstered chair cushions
Spanish, ar gum nu gratln, eyleta
In Clco paste, linen paper, (em
bossed In red with assorted colored
Ink drnsslng), hot adding machine
rolls, sealing wax, assorted colors,
frozen In xnuares, toasted sponges,
metal rim tag, furniture polish
thinned dark, ufter dinner ever
sharps. Kdward At. Onllaher, a lawyer,
made a lengthy after dinner talk on
bolshcvlsm. Americanism, patriotism
and prohibition. Clark Field, who
presided nt thn dinner tnblo, then
announced that punch wan ready to
bo served In the danco hnll nnd that
I It was the last chance for those pres.
1 ent to legally Imbibe In anything al
coholic. When tested by the guests.
I tho Rcnera) sentiment was that tho
I alcohol had long since been buried
nnd that tho punch was? well, nny
way, better than water. Dancing was
FOLEY CATHARTIC TABLET
They clear the hour - . rn -
Htomacn nnd ton' j( , . ,
J K Cotxtr 1' t,rT t, ,
Angelei, fl Ahr . r , .
with ill unru ml kinds ,.l t, ,'
illm, I irot wle to Kolc 1 Tifc ,.
tid Ihpy re thn but to- 1
One Day Only
Showing the 12th KplKutc
lValurliig the well-known
cast: William Duncan, .loo
Itjan anil beautiful Fdlth
n twu-rccl O. Henry Mory
To mold tho rush nt night plcn.s attend matlnco
ADMISSION I0; AND 1 ,1c
stilt In progress long y
The Tulnnlp c. ib v.
noon In tho Y Al t 1
Hotel Tulsa, where p.,
have been held n v
for members to . ,
meeting la the 75-ceir
NEW ANAESTHETIC IS FOUN
1......... 1 .
'"I'uii. vumiiuii Sai s
('cr.v Will Klimliuite'i
WILlMINtlToN. 1 ,
Developmetit of a tt-v .,
"which eliminate!) p,,, .. ,
of consciousness .iti.l 1
tually 110 nausea." i ,
here today hy ; 1 , ,
Neryoura & Co T'h- I ,
vns cl'ilmed. would t . . ,
tion of pain not i". l t. , .
case iml dressing ,r
The nnae;hetc , ,).
"a new typo of
fined and modifli ' 1
which l?llve In 11. .
For Coated Tonjfui
Had Hre.ilh Sour S ,..
Ing. Ons lllllousne
nohn, IndlRestion. r
take tho alwas relm
BACK FROM CHICAGO SHOW,
W. T. Oimplx-ll Slmlp World's lllg.,.
rcm Alrplano 1'iircliiiMi Tlicro. I
William T. Campbell- manager ofi
the local branch or tho ("urtlsil
Southwest Alrplano company. re-1
turned yesterday from Chicago
where he made the InrRest slnRle'
purchase of commercial flying ships'
ever recorded. Air CanipbVll and hlJ
representative hecured (40 plane'
rfor distribution in tho middle west-'
It was estimated thnt the total
cost or thp plane purchnsed would
exceed 12,500.000 They wern said,
to be mostly ot the Oreole and Sea
gull type, together with about 200 1
.IN D training planes. Campbell was,
in Chicago attending the aeronauti
cal show a' ihe collesetin) there
0. P. & R. BASKETERS WIN j BR0THER-0F TULSAN IS DEAD
.Maintain I. -ad With Ohio Cltlc lly
DcfivitlUg Tina Cnger.
.standing of tho Tram.
Won I Ami lct.
...C72 676 C52 2000
J. McCloslicu to Succeed
Iiarger as Memphis Pilot
AIKATIMIIS, Tenn.. Jan 16 -John
.1. McC'loskey, veteran major league
player and manager, has been sc
lected to succeed Kzra (Cy) Harger
c manager of tho Memphis South
ern association club, according to
an announcement tonight by Thomoa
Jt, Wutkln., president of thn .Mem.
phis club. Ilnrgcr reslRticd at tho
end of lnt seaHon.
SIcCloskcy conferred with offi
cials of tho MemphlH club hero to
day, and It was statod, agreed to the
terms orroreil, Ho was manasor of
tho St. louis National In 1906 nnd
1907 nnd since ho acted n man
ager of several American aauocla.
Hon team. Last season ho was
with tho Heaumont club of ttio Texas
FltzHtminnnn Heats Ilrj'tnt.
HOT SI'KINHS. Ark.. Jan,
Young Fltrslmmons of Oklahoma
City got the decision over Otis
liryant of Alllwnukco at tho end of
their fast 10-round bout here to
night. The men aro mlddlcwolghts.
, . I
,v It. eager last night main
tained their tie fur tho leadership
of the Tulsa Oil league with Ohio
Cities by defeating Texas, 33 to 23
Cnsden Heflnety won from I'ralrle
Si to 23. V
I'M! Dour',.-. Iti'lmtntctt.
CINCINNATI Jan 16 - Pitcher
I'hll Douglas of ihe New York Na-
ilunal wa reinstated by the na
ttonal baseball commission today
Tho commission granted hi appli
cation with a warning that if he
again leaves his club without the
management's consent he will bo
subjected tn 11 heavy rine
O. II. I'. .McDowell l.t of INmr
llrotlirr. Ml IVi-mcr Itceldcnts.
O H. 1'. McDowell. 833 North HI
wood, received word late veterday
that his brother, .1 M McDowell
nged 69. had died at Fort Morgan
Colo., yesterday morning
Mr. AlcDowoll is now the last of
four brothers, all of whom lived 111
one time In Ttilmi. Heginnltig with
the youngest, the other three haie
died In order of age up to the deaili
of J. At. McDowell yesterday, who
wa. the oldest of the quartet.
Hank Hnbbpr SontrmvO.
I.tTTLK HOCK. Ark.. Jnn 16 -Floyd
Nolen, charged with having
been utle of threo men who in 1915
in broad daylight entered the Cen
tral bank In the business section
here, locked three emplojrs In the
vault and escaped with about 14 000.
today was sentenced to 12 jears
Imprisohment. Nolen was relfTued
on 110 000 bond pending nn appeal.
HI alleged accomplices nover have
Wanted, 1,000 Citizens of Tulsa to Hear
Mr. Alexander H. Kerr
Tulsa Business Mnn Speak on
inc nrst rrcsbytcnan uuircli
Corner Seventh and Boston
Sunday evening at 7:30. Other services as usual.
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Morning sermon at 10:55 a. m., subject, "Christian
Junior C. E. at 3:30 p. m. Senior and Intermediate C.
E at 6:15 p. m.
LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF
OKLAHOMA 10 ROUNDS
TiiIni, 13.1 iMiund
AC 17 A TATTTn
n:i oahan, iti:i'i:in;i:
Saturday Evening, Jan. 17, 9 P. M.
THREE GOOD PRELIMINARIES
SI '.ATS ON SAM: AT
i'iri i:s, is i:ast thiud huady iioti:l cksaii stand
UXCFLSO HAK, NOItTH .MAIN
GRAND ,r THEATER
ii cr iVLr-n
nil rl t, t .
rcrt of v r
ant to tii! at) r,: i
OtlnTWI3. II t rt
Then look m . r
liver, see that .i -nn
"smooth and sirml'.
thnt It doesn't i.t l -.
eed on or .kln r rni- nni
throw tho who t ina. nrv
out or Keau
Liver and Blood
Is aMverltegultitor. altlood
1'urlMur, a Lax.itne 1
Tonic of 67 years stanjinc
me prescription or an oil
I family doctor or large pra
tlce; a standard retwjy f r
i tllA Whnln fnmllw fr I
children to the grand
1 "ALnnt flt vMM ... r ...
1 alt rtin a..n l I...I.I. '...,-1 1
r-.. .h.. uuu .., t-.i,u, .rig. i
only 1 04 lbs., mil -rtilru in
Irrrrj mj. i wm .lie UK (I
Tit. TIIACIIEH'S LIVEIl IM
IlbOOD SVHUP, trnl tc!r I
.in IliinVrnl ... II.. I-
Mrffct health, anil ntlcti l'i
ana aiiributt my j-'I
uciiia w me um at Uut
i ncm wonicrtut m e I I c I n -
I mr ell will-ma t ii'. n .....
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i 1U.UUI) ai iiur. ttr hiubina
iin. me in rreoramfndinf.
..... nini tunic.- uia.
u. c uuawia-. Ala.
Seats Now On Sale
KNTIUH CIIANdl '1 1)1) IV
In High-Class Musical
The I C li Do ( din' ili.in
Chas. Ray in
'The Corner in Colccns'
JENKINS' MUSIC STORE
Monday Evening, January 19
Prices $1.00 to $2.50
Season ticket holders are urged to get their
reservations at Jenkins' Music Store
Free Lecture on
High School Aiidiloriuin 1 j
p. m. tomorrow.
Honrs 0 b, m. to n V "l
UVz East Third Street
Telephone Oaso 0353
Th.ie Hi. Upafl
of Ccpa t-tth
in Mtit-v"',' .J.
otitrvrs in Wlu'J
24 Hours tki -f
lime iaiii" B
r..dl..l A.k ' ''"I ,
'usu nnfi A
ttt. iMita 'Ul,! r,f li I
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