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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1020
GUILTY OF THEFT
Sentenced to Five Years
by District Court for
IS NINTH CONVICTION
nM.Mutmn Is Baaed on the
Story of County Officers
Who Made Arrest.
J'h the i " of an automobile In
wltn l"0 '' i...- ,7 round
.wi.iltl f'H MVlt'lIluui ...... - I
h Vv ,v ;ry 'n tl4i.trl.-t court
5i !ix and his punishment
Vila . fvc cars In tho ponl
Jlm N 'Mid will cn
,Sce?b J i- Hedmotids H. Polo
IfOCM l . for .... nnncnl.
1 'e".ru 1 . .i .i,.,. u-i.i fixed
h arrested iy Sheriff
, N II lAiigley, deputy
pixate. garage In tho
.,' tin- city u few days
.if tlio ar, proporty
. .!,.. u ,i iisp or puiuhpu. jv-
mmjh to 'e-tlmony introduced
f'fdHV f'lccw, finding tho
stolen i-ir w.iilct several hours for
som pel-"" ' J c"Um 0,0 Iroterly.
v'ki's"" 'i'd tho guruo ind
vujarri t . I ift-r admitting ho wan
Hi onci 'f the car. He later told
theoffi' ' "' lIilt "ot "wn lno
auto but had been sent to the
-enrage by uivilior man. This man,
however tie . uuld not produce.
Mcktlson I- tin' ninth defendant
to'bo found guilty of car stealing
it tho pr.'rnt term of district court,
no acqult'iils having boon found
for any defendant bo charged. 8.
Dunn and X- Nlcodetnus, assistant
county attorneys, prosccutod tho
cmc against NkkelMon.
YIOMV WlTl, Hi: STUOIHI).
Nirttc's' ' i
rtienff l '
nes'ern f J'
fmr the !
Suond Number of V. W. Miiilu
Coiirtn Will Hi' ilcn Trlday.
Th.it sweetest of Inntruments. the
Ylob-i, v.1' be studied Ui theory and I
Inartli'n at the second number of the i
music apprec.atton course at tho Y
V i A r'rlday evening at 8 o'clock
Mrs. C i: Hticoner xvm up in cnargo
ot tt: progrjn, and a paper on tho
orlpn and development of tho violin
will be plven by I'roteswor Adoliih
Kramer, hcid of tlio violin depart
ment of Kendall college.
A piano folo. the "Consort vnbV
of Mnna Zucca played by Mlsi Frie
da Dnvis, will open thn program.
MLj KilPh Lorkwoid will then ren
der "An-dante" by I)e Herlot and
"Souverrir" by Drdler on tho violin,
accompanied by Mrs. Lockwood at
Jto piano, The violin duets, "8ym
phonle Conccrtnnte" by Charlew lan
r!a, will bo played by Mrs. C. K.
Duchntrond Jli, Q. Gnrubcvllan. as
jiitcJ at tho piano by .tlsa Mildred
.lone. The concluding number on
the program will bo tho plant) hoIo,
".Morelo Mlsnon" of Poldlnl. irixun
by JIUs Mildred Jones.
ImeggTa day now
instead 0'f 25 a day
Passes Special Tax
Special t.txra for coimtnir-iiop of
(in h Ineli M-wer main In aevscr dlH
Irlct number 117 corttlnr, 35.D2
Were specified In Die report ap
proved by the city oomml-wtoticm
at their mnetlnu .VMterd.O lii
criaPi nmouiilInK to about 20 per
cent wctu KmtitKd to c-niploveea In
the rjt cnBlne.ei:nc department
'Hie clip engineer received a nalary
hike dopeniUMit upon an ordinance
being framed, of from 300 to
t3.fi. Other employees wera ud
Tineiil hh follows, office entfliuci,
J2'JC, three transltmon. I10,
Hire.- InupictoM, 1125. The salary
chnnie d-ite hack lo January 15.
CnnvoiKlmi luill wa granted to
Iho fnllowlUK applicant: Sinclair
ami Il.iiitlnim, .laminry 28 mid 31,
musical coiiiedlea; ltcdmen IoiIho
No 4l, February 2, convention.
B0FFEY TO VISIT IN TULSAi
AclUc Until of Nntlonnl IMir.'lia'.liie
AkciiIh CoiuIiik to City.
1 V. Hoffey of Sew York, secro
taiy of tho National Adsorption of
Purchasing AwcntH, who Is nniklim
a tour of tho country, will upend to
day In Tulsa, and officers and mem
bers of the Tulna PurchaHlni; Agonts'
association are nmklmr lavish prep
urntlons for entertiilnlni; him.
A luncheon will be served to Mr.
Hoffey at tho Petroleum club at
12:30 p. m., after which h will be
taken for nn airplane f Unlit oxer
Tulna and the HiirrouiidliiK oil fields,
lxirticularly Sapiilpa. Ileus. Ollton
and CuMiini?, roturnlm; In time for
a dinner at i.ii, p. in. at the Ken
nedy restaurant. After the dinner thn
club will havo a bUHlness suiwlon.
Jic-Uoitu ii'niiK'.'lliile iinisiuniB
fir iho M. i: , Hoiuii, elrirchui in the
Ti n dlMtrlot w?.-J dls.:i'd at u
tailed dlstrlr- innoilnij in tlio Hun in
Ax-entlo M. K. church Monday afler
luoon anil cvenltiff, Hov. J. M. Peter
son ot Muskogee, conference mission
tevretairy nnd former prtvildlnK elder
of tho Tulsa district, and ltev. D. II.
AkIoii, present older, xxero the prln
clpal speakers. The Mibjcct of ltev.
erond Peterson's nddress Monday
ox'cnliiR' xxas the culmination of the
craitennary ox-angehntic catiipalBn at
WILL BE ACTIVE
It Is ii WImi I'lrvaiulnii lo 'IliUo a
Hliuirt's l))Nii'Kla Tablet AfUx
1'jillni; to AmiIiI (.iih, Sour
ItSliiKS lli'axlncs, mill
tlio lu, Ixiity IVol
hit; So Apt to
Ibe rinn of food Ii lo trrtt. lit prrpurt
Hon tatlna no widely, that lf' lloinirlm
sav Jc'ui i m hrfu rue.l ' i i" K n
pn si L ii i.ii' iifini a riviilcit 'f
liriinii"i;lil n i 'i imped up Wnirire
and lha iIh di ','11,! nit xmis .ii I'll"
n u"i of a i n.' i mr.t IT 1MM Hli A '
inci'tinif ulnre bp'ween Juhiwon snd
ine man wnoin lie nail ilneaieneu
- lo prnseciili-. for Pho purpnsri of re-
c . i. n i Jeelvinn the money, at tho time of
SiiDDorters of Ponular the rre.'.
Candidates Will He
Members of tho Tulsa Women's
Wond-for-Prtwldcnt club will tal'"
their first sleiw to actually KOt Into
tho 'lwlltlcal umiie at a mcotliiB of
the orRiinlinttoit to bo held 111 the
iminlclp.il auditorium at 3;30 o'clock
That tho 200 women who have
plodRed their support to the move
ment to elect Loonnrd Wood presl
dent of the United States mean
business, xmis the statement of Min
O. K. Irfthman, president, who said
that ths memt'crs of tho club would
not only cast their volt for Wood
at tho eleatloii, but tney wouiu in
tend tho precinct caucuses to b I
held at 7:30 o'clock Monday nli?hl
by the republican of tho city an.'
thorn demand the election of dele
putes to Oie oouiily convention IVb
ruary B, who urn In favor of Urn
nomination of tleiieral Wood
Mops of Hie city fchowlnR iho
boumlarli'S of the varbum prechvt"
will be on display at the meeting to
day nnd all members of the iltib wil
bo Instructed as to what prcini'
they live In and as to tho mccitni;
places of their caucuses.
CASE GOES TO GRAND JURY
.Inhnm, Aciiiil of ImiKTHOiintlni:
I'cleral OfflitT, Wahcs Hearing
A. Y. Jiyhnson, alias Sam Wil
llama, iirrrntnl at Dnimrlghl tw
wcoks ngo charRcd with violating
thn federal Mtatutes by Impersonal
Ing a federal officer, xxulved prelim
Inn-v hearing before ( I.. Yancej.
Unlled States commissioner yrster
day, and wtis committed to Jail un
der bond of 11.000 for action by tho
federal grand Jury.
Ceck county offlcerw'maVlnB the
nrreit claim Johnson, an Itlneran'
preacher, represented himself lo b
a federal officer, and attempted to
obtain $200 through extortion. Thov
That Means About $105 Kxtra In
come Per Month for Mrs. Hopp.
"I hn 200 hem Including late pulleli
cot o!d enough to lay. and hml beoa
1II 2i to 3o rttt a dr. Then I tried
Don tang in the feed, and am now get
list 107 lo 111 esti a dir." Mn, Eida
B, Ropp. B It ! I.ittea. Iml:
Mri. Ropp got this ioereaie of Keren
wire i.dijr tn the raidde of winter At 60
onti doi'n 0 dsn a month, thli miliea
115 eitra income a month. The Don Sun?
for kir V 0 hem cott her aliout ?2 50 per
Konth, You ein tee how well It paid her.
ml we' i finrantee It will pit you. Hera's
Oii( jcar hem Don Sunr and watch
renin for one month. If you don't find
tnl j it tji (or itielf and oaya you a good
prolll b'lidei umplr tell ui and jour
aoniT wi.i be nromplly refunded.
Dot tfjojr Chlneie for eiglaylnc)
;ti dirett i on tho esr-laylnc orjn,
nil Ii lio a unlendid tonle It It eailly
rln In the terd Improves the hen's
Hi atUi her Mronfer and more acllTi)
'in snriweither and Harts her Isylnt,
,J'l."m " 'or 30 dsjs nd if it
,'" 1 o i 'Kt, no matter how
'old or w t it, westher, vour money will
bt reinrn msl net lion Suns
Jar a'srritt or poultry rcmody dealer
Ji.5nr"11 ' " Co., JSU Columbia
Bl1. Indis-spolli. Ind
i Tr n i
STATEMENT OF LOANS MADE BY ALL WILD
ING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS LOCATED
Oli DOING BUSINESS IN TULSA.
In comparing this statement, the public will note
that of all the companies doing business here, both
foreign' and local, during 1919, the Tulsa Union
Loan & Savings Association stands third.
Farm & Home Saving & Loan Assn. $520,200.00
Aqtna Bldg. & Loan Assn 371,50.00
Tulsa Union Loan & Savings Assn . . Mi 00.00
Georgia State Sav. & Loan Assn. . . o07,300.00
Midland Savings & Loan Assn 277.0G5.00
Leonard & Braniff 230,500.00
Home Savings & Loan Assn 2013,250.00
Standard Savings & Loan Qo 102,000.00
United Savings & Loan Assn 132,275.00
The money so loaned by this institution, went, in its
entirety, to either the building or improvement of
local property. Every dollar you save and deposit
with us pays you your 0 interest and goes out to
work for a bigger, better Tulsa for a city of homes,
which means a city of thrifty, contented folk.
THINK IT OVER AND BEGIN SAVING TODAY.
OUR PLAN SHOULD BE A PRACTICAL HELP.
BETTER SEE ABOUT IT ANYWAY.-
The Tulsa Union Loan
and Savings Association
8 East FifUi Street
I'lionc Osage 5251
'Now It's nark to Wotk and No chine for
mtugesuon xvtth These Htuart'i
are vtronr enough lo grapple with all con '
lilions ot reilsurnnle, hotels, clubs, depots
and banquets. The site plan is to ba
provided with Rtusrl's Djspepsia Tablets,
that you may est rich and palalsblo food
served or selerted nc not bo troubled with
gss, sour risings or turh forms of Indl
rritlon Thrie tablets digest food, ll.er as
sist the stomarh secretions nnd for this
rnasnn people who travel awsy from home
and must est as it Is served may play ssfe
by taking rnw or Iwo Stuart's "ll)iiupsls
Tablets uflr-r each meal
You ran get' these table! In any drug
store anywhere in the t'nited Hatna or
Canada, which shows in what general favor
they are among those who have learned
how to enjify their meala - Advl
GLASS OF SALTS "
If Your Back Hurts or BlaH-
dor Bothers You, Drink
Lots of Wntcr.
Proves the Mecca for Hun
dreds of Thrifty Shoppers
Sale Closes Friday, Jan. 30th
Women's $12.50. to $17.50 Shoes
Shoes that can bo worn right now for dross or strti l -sIkioh that express
fashion's most approved styles. I'atoni vamps with satin and buck tops, also
suedes in solid colors. Fino quality kills in brown, boavor, grays, tans, uto. A
choice of turns, wolt.s and flexible solos with high eou'rod heels and regulation
Women's $5.00 to $12 Shoes
a Vj, Price
Here are wonderful values in patents, kids, and combinations. Solid
leather shades and two-tone effects. Welts and turns with Cuban and
French heels. A range of sizes that permits of a good choice.
Makes Hens Lay
3etj thecegsin anyweath
r. H is easily (rivenjt, lho
!l and doesn't forco or
Mn u hen in any way. ban. Sung
iY, tc- Try 11 dn'r
W loriUfclf an(i pav you a KooJ It
wsiues your money will bo promptly
tlunded. Trial sizo 60 cenfi.
Hinding-Stevens Seed Co.
Ji,lr',t anil Houldcr.
K APPLY SAGE TEA
Look Young! "Bring Back Its
Natural Color, Gloss and
htTr:,n.Kan?;n BaR brewed
L- . I;J;
You All know 1
I. t r.
teautffu i; ?ile,aked ,,nd faded ha
few an-. ?a,r ana. luxuriant. Just
"Uon?fP; ,1'c't,ns wid prove a reve.
er " 1 . ha r . fadlnir. slr.iki,1
BulBhur rJ ,i'nt'.lh8 Sa8e Tea and
ou"lMrr;;'pe.at borne, though Is
' a bo. , .e'1,sler wny o
'H teadv 7Tl1 1U drug .to:o
"am for uso. Thin lu ,.1.1.
lln 'it', i?t,C. 'Tnrjvei' by tho addl- J
Whii. ''.er '"Kredlents. I
faded hair in I
WhfQi ar?ne.a11 deslra to retain our
! and attractive-
th' c.Srkenlns 'our balr with 1
waf nn and u'Phur Com-!
.?"e c.'?n tel. because li
W diimi.J "ura"y. "o evenly. You
hir, Uk -draw tnls broui;h your
bvi.::, iiin atranu m a
d!HPpeare,?n,,"f a" Bra' hal" have
Jilon 1 ,nnd' artcr "bother ap
'fu ? rtwi' .ur nalr becomes
that our lumber is the best we can buy. But
do you know that we handle
Frcdonia Grasshopper 5 Cement
Acme Cement Plaster
and Pierce City Lime
, These, with our other materials, make up
' the most complete line of high-grade build
ing supplies in Tulsa.
CALL ON US CALL US UP
When your kidneys hurt and your
back fcela sore, don't KCt scared
and proceed to load your stomach
with a lot of druRs that excllo the
kidneys nnd Irrltatu tho entire uri
nary tract. Keep your kidneys clo.m
like vu keep your bowels clean, by
flushing them with a mild, harmless
alts which removes the body's iirl
(jpus waste and stimulates thorn, to
their normal activity. The function
of the kidneys l to filter the blood
In 21 hours they strain from It 300
Kratns of acid and waste, so we can
leadllv understand tho vital import
ance of keeping the kidneys acilvo.
Urlnk lots of wator you can'l
drink too much; also cct from any
Pharmacist about four ounces of Jul
Baits; take a tablcspoonftil in a
K.ass of water beforo breakfast eah
morning for a few days and your
kidney, win act fine. This fnni'.us
salts is made from tho acid of
drape and lemon Juice, combined
with llthln, and bus heen uued lor
nenfratloin to rlean and stimulate
cloBBcd kidneys; also to neutral zo
the arids In urlno no it no loncer 1
a source of irritation, thug ending
Jad Sal's Is Inexpensive); cannot
Injure; mnkfs a delightful o'fer
veseont llihla-waier drink wlil"h
everyone should tike noxv and then
to keep their kitlnoys clean and ac
tive. Try this, also keep Up Hie
water drlnklnp, and no doubt you
will wonder what hnrame of your
kidney ironMe and backache - -Advt.
I There's Heal Relief ' in
Every Bottle Prescrip
Tlioeto who have used I'lough's
Prescription C-2223 iy ihero is sat
isfying relief in every lottle ha'
they wero benefited by Ibis treat
ment after all other rlieum.stio n in-edb-i
When you buy a bottb, lVc-wrip-tlon
f-2223 It Is like 1i.lv 1 111; a pe
clftllst In your home, because this ro
llahle rhnumatle irtutinont w.'ui orig
inated and used by a successful phy.
slclan for years In his private prac
tice. With this knowle-dgo of drugn
and experience In ternlng lh results
of lids medicine it is to bo cxpectwi
that his prescription now known
and wld as I'renerlntlon C-J223
Miould he a depeiidabl trsnttimnt fur
rheumatism, trout, srvitbuu, lumbago
unrt neunilKlf cumlltlonM.
Thn chemists that make Prwcrlp-
tlon C-22S1 ire i mre tliat von will
get rullef fp"m your miffortng that
they xvlll refuiwl tho price of tw
11 50 hontlns If you nro not satisfied
with tho results, provide!,! that ou
take' tho medicine uoconllng to dlrec
llefors inking l'ro'icrlption C2223
it it vorv tieM'Msirv In Mtlmillntn the
liver and retrulat" thebowels Take j
a cathartic esneclallv prepimd for
;his purprwe- -'223 I.lx-er I'llls
Almost any B'sid drug si ore guar
antees and 't-Ils I1 &0 to'il'-s l'ro
srriptton C-2J23 and the 2221 I.ner
1'IIK, or write Dep 121, 2323 ltbo
ra'ory. Memphis, Tenn . for sampl"
of h piita. literature aiid lliJO almanac.
No I iiclianprrt
No. V. O. l.
Mens' $8 to $14 Shoes
Shoes of the finest grade lpathers in styles for dress
and practical wear. Lace or buttop, with round Eng
lish and freak toes. Choice of black or tan. A range
of sizes to select from.
Children's .$2.50 to $1.2 Shoes
on Sale Price
Included are both boys' And girls' shoes in sizes from
B to 8, 8 Ms to 11, 12 16 2 and 7 to 2io. In patent, calf,
gunmetal, white, buck and white canvas. Laco or
button, English ami round toes, spring and low hocla
in turns, welts, McKays and stitched down. You
choose from blacks, brown, smoke elk and tana.
Shoos worth from $2.50 to $12.00.
115 S. MAIN ST.
That the Public May Know
How Tulsa's Future Depends
Upon the Open Shop
The year 1919 wrote for the city of Tulsa, one of the most splendid stories of in
dustrial achievement ever written hy an American city. But even 1919 wrote only
half the story. The other half has to do with the spirit of unrest, of unwholesome
attempts to clog the machinery of progress hy threats which savored of blackmail
to strangle this industrial program unless the voice of organized labor could dic
tate the terms and conditions under which tin's program was to be carried out.
But the program was carried through, not because of these threats, but in spite of
them. Sacrifices had to be made to insure the. completion of projects which meant
so much to the future of Tulsa. These sacrifices were made, not willingly, but under
threats which implied ruin if they wore not met.
The eyes of the nation are upon Tulsa. In the industrial world men are saying
"Keep your eye on Tulsa." Scores of new industrial concerns located here last year.
Many others would have come here if they had been able to secure quarters. Hun
dreds of prospective citizens have been kept away from Tulsa because there wero
not homes to house them. If the doors are barred loo long, the industrial concerns
and these home seekers will be forever lost to Tulsa.
The open shop is being established in this city with the backing and wholehearted
support of every civic organization in Tulsa. It has been endorsed by hundreds of
business men who have suffered by reason of labor's apparent determination to
"rule or ruin."
The purpose of the open shop is to stabilize industry and commerce and to protect
personal liberty and property rights by insisting upon equal opportunity and a
i t 11 j f i 1. . i,I'!l!.. I !
uare deal for all, irrespective of their affiliations.
The open shop means progress. It means the erection of more homes at less cost,
which means lower rents.
The open shop will keep Tulsa's trade from going to compctitorsflt means not only
new industries, but groaters strength for those already here.
Tulsa, with its wonderful opportunities for growth and accomplishment, appeals to
YOU through the Patriotic Friends of Labor for a square deal in 1920. By joining
this movement and giving it your whole-hearted support you will help Tulsa mul
tiply its smokestacks and skyscrapers and extend its boundaries with comfortable
This program does not contemplate the reduction of wages or the cancellation or
violation of present contracts. But does insure better SERVICE for just and ad
Chapter Number One
Patriotic Friends of Labor