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OLD MAP WOULD
Freoling Receives an In
teresting Word From
RANGER LEADER QUITS
StcphoiiB Cannot Obey tho
Order of Chief and Stay
On the Job.
nr Amiw-UM Vnm Hut Wlro.
OKLAHOMA CITY, 1VI. 7. At
liirimy Osnsrul H. I'rlnro Krenllntf to
ilny rwolvpd n atir from I.f ilhi I.ll
tliafi of Aimllii Tcxiw, In Wlilrh "ho
nhilnm lo bo nll lo jiroilnre mitlirli
tla iriiii of nn nncldit ilule prcivlnif
ounolunlvaly thai the Oklahoma
Hum honlil Ip nttnlillnlinil nouth nt
lli Mink Divide nil proiiftrtlFH now
In UIiiiik Imiwcon Oklahoma nml
(Inviirnor Itnbartson today rc
rolvnd wnnl Unit C'mitaln C'harlM H.
Hloiilicnv of tho Texim lUnijfini hfid
rwilKniiil, hIvImk u ii rciunon that llm
Adjutant Kiuiorul nf Toxiw Jnul ovor
Htriiil lil niilliorHy In ilcnllliK
with llm IlMl tlPr oil land owmw
Tim captain U r'p"iii nt Haying
that ho could nut rmii'li'ntloiiiily fill
fill hi oatli to uphold tho Inwr nnd
ntlll wirry out tho orilnrii of thn ad
jutant i;wiinl of 'IVii.
In a piirpnrlcd InliTviow tho rl
lain Ik iiuolcil nn mtyinK thnt the
Tcxiih court which drrlnrnit a ro-n-lvi-rolilp
ovor Uio deputed oil
lundn had rcriiHcd to cllo Oklahoma
itcpullrN for conlcmpt In dlHrnirard
Iiik llo riilliiK. nnd by thin rufimal
thn court Tin iidiiiltlnd Hh lack of
Jiirlnillrtlon ovor IIiIm property
CONTINl'KH 1'ltOM 1'AOK ONK.
nrtlrlcN to bit I'onfliiPd ntrlctly to
Amrrloii's naal irtlfliatlou In the
"I nm vnry mirry now thnt I kuv
Hoar Adnilitil Minn thin latltudn nml
that I did not rcntilri lilm to nutimlt i
)iH nrlli li) Id tlio department," tho ,
('IkiIi nmii Unlo plnrml In the rcc-1
ord a litly from ('nrlo.i V CiimoIw. '
onncrly n lloiitonimt cnnitnnndnr In '
thn tuivy nnd imnlnuiut naval Httaoho
to Hpnlu ilurliiK part of thn War.
Cumichit Hald bo wiih rrcallud nftor
Atnlmn-viiliir Wllltird had cabled thn
nltito department thiitu Mr UtiKOltcrl,
owner of a Madrid newnpapor, hnd
Informed the omlmiewdor that Cu
mtdui had told him thn fulled flUitM
wnn rontoinplalliu: cHtabllnhltiff
imvnl lumen lit Kpaln, lllo nmbuiia
dor's inemoRo ndIIni;, ho nald, "that
CiiHarJi'H Imllacrulloit l fatal to our
Tho Hpaiilnh editor, Cuttachn said,
In n letter to him later denied that
lie hail ever mailo thn (tntmnont at.
trlbuteil to him by Amtmnnador Wll-
Here Feb. 24
Hcnr Rongls, America's groatoat
concert baritone, will appear at
Convention hall February 24,
ThroiiKh tho local inanaitBiuent Mr,
Henglo haa iiBrecd to como lo Tulaa
at pnpulnr price and tlokutn aro
ii w on rate at tho l'honocruph Shop
unit tho Y. W C. A.
"O.vnr Senulo risen head and
eliouldern nbuvo tho crowd tif con
cert OMplrniiu." Thla la tho verdict
of Henry K. Krohblel, ileau of the
Ameilcan crltlce. It In a verdict
nttited to by the Judgment of a,
hundred other exports and thou
Hindu of music lovurs.
The rennana thorfore aro eaally
dlmovered I'pun a vulce of urcat
natural beauty 8ento linn Hupor
Imponed a comi'nmid of icohnloal fa
rillti, a liiomUli of emotional power,
(i wealth of vooul color, a clarity
i iiH-iuiii, in euuri a perieoiion oi
iifft. utteiunce that for Ha counterpart wo
It tilllut tft tn tilt. Lf,nl dunk.. ..9
- " " ..." r - - -.ii,,c.o ui
the Kolden ago of bcl canto.
ItU versatility la onuiitng. Ho
dona nil klndn of Hong eiiually well
Hln 13 jenra of training under the
gre'it Jean do Itcsxko havo glvon
1,1 in a inflatory of the French bong,
both ancient nnd modern, and a keen
liiHlitht Into tho dollverv of uner.i-
tlc arias! hla coaching with von
Zurmuohlin, the renowned inaHtor. a
rnro Knowicuco or tierman 1 eder.
llli Kncllsh songs spring from the
heart and manifest a. rich fund of
In one field, at lenst, he tn unique
k well an great. No other singer
hat ever inven us eucn interpreta
tions of the negro spirituals as well
us tho popular nongs of the south.
To hear Seaclo sing n negro eiilrli.
nal In to enter deeply Into the rn.
nionco, tho passion, the Joy of living
lard The iimhiii i' k le l " i i i
t' I) or him Rood bye. Hi. f..im
offber vrte tv.n a pie' "I
hypnerlnv xuch an would put Ju l in
to uliumr "
To Hear Wlllanl.
ltntor. I'lltmnn, dnmoerHt Nevada
protected nwlnnt the Intrndiietlon
of tho CUMichi otiiiHftKUit a not
pertinent, but Chairman Halo re
plied that Ambnuuidor WHUrd
woiibl be Riven nn opportunity to
defend hlinnelf If tin rtmlrntl.
Dnbnto nn Die pence treaty, of thn
navy'n conduct of the war, of Ad
miral Hlme' literary ability nnd many
other mibjnetn onmurned much of
the ooinmltii'p'n time, while Chair
man Hale made Ineffectual efforln
tn unt the hmirlriK bank lo the ub
Jett of ileooratloiiH, Ankeil by Chair
man Halo, however, If the clinnKinK
of rennmnieuilntlnnN for medaKi did
not have an ffrt on naval morale
" Admiral Hlmi hail ofmrged, Her.
rotary Danlela replied:
"Not thnt much," Hnapplni: bin
"Wouldn't nueli n policy ratine
noirtH lieHrtburn?" anked the ihulr
man. "It might rnunn nomn heartburn."
replied Hecrelary lianleln, 'but
hc'irtburn would nit nffert the
liniriile of men liKe tbnnn who
manned our nblp It mlnht aff". t
the p. nple vthn w iii to wear med iin
For SaleOne three-ton refrigerating plant
complete, ready for use; one No. 42 Enterprise
meat cutter, pully attachment; one (500-pound '
wall scale; one 50-pound Toledo computing
scale; one .'M-pound Toledo scale, electric; one
(Jo-pound Dayton Computing Scale; one
8x10x12 Butcher's Rrefrigerator; all of the
above in first class condition and can make
Hbtcl Supply Co.
103-5-7 West First Street
Sep 5rU 5 C
Our New Home 118 South Main Street
Interesting Portrayals of the Newer
Style Motifs in
Visit Our New Department
Variety in the accentuated theme as
delineated 6y Paris modistes and our
own staff of milliners. Large, small
and medium size, hats with many ex
pressions of originality.
SPORT HATS that aro joyous in color
both largo and small brim, are de
veloped in van-colors of raffia straw,
ombre bengaline silk, plain color rough
or novelty straws, georgette crepes and
STREET HATS are of straw, celo
phane, cire or straw and fabric combi
nations with unusual tailored orna
mentations. $25 $30 $35
Others $5 to $22.50
i It., rr ar nl mary'mente I'rrnMert V ion dlreited the
an i . ibhuiiN 1
i M' i ri inrv fiiini-.n eihl that him
r.n- had i i juntifv and (aiiilnrilixo
. Hi. mv.trd of ttied.tln und that hn
lid It himnolf with the nld of the
Tim chairman challenged Bcre
lury DauleU' notion In uwnrillmf
'medaln In commnndlriK offlecrn of
nblpn nutik nr ilamagod by the
i nemy The eeereinry relternled hln
purpnne lo reward oouriKS nnd pro
femlnnai ability wbethtr th men
lout th nli I pi or lint.
"1 Intend to pMek tn that policy,
that In hnt mednln are for," he
nddeii, with pome feellmr.
"In reipormn to nueellomi from
Chairman Hnle an to thn coinltuc In
veetlgntlon of the navy'n conduct
of the war. Henielary Danleln nald ho
would ordnr all the office wanted
to lentlfy "from the Anlntlr fleet
If tieeeennry " but would not order
anyone to Wnnlilngtmi "In hnlp Ad
miral Blmn make a cee "
"lie ban luid charitie," unlit Sec
retary Danl.ln, "and will cnli offi
cer here win. are needed to ten'lfy
but I wilt not order one nlnulc offi
cer here almply to help him muko
hln i nne "
Affi'iril I'lirclitn .Mi'ibil.
After rone i pncil it law per
rnlt'lnfr A'ihH' m nffl'-ern lo accept
dccoratlonn frofu fi.rein Kuvilrn-
TULSA DATLY WORLD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8,
A'nte ill t.irttn. nt lo Ii fi.nn all Ku
ropi aii KovcrnmeniH that the I n t' d
JWaten d.d not wmh an. awaid
mnil'i, Hern iary Danleln illncloned
llefnro the preeldent ncted, Mr.
Danleln mild, Hear Admlml Hlnm had
tt Informed by the chlff of tho
hiirAau of nnvlentloa of tho panfiiKo
of the law and had accepted n dee
oration from the kims of KnRland
and hnd niithorlzed Admiral Hod
man, then rommandlnK the Ameri
can vtmtlle jllvlnton with the IlrllUh
fleer; and Itiur Admiral Htratlen.
direttlnK .the laying of the North
e mine barrage, to nccept decora
tlonn. Admlml Mima wan Informed
by dei retar D.inleln of the prenl
danl'a netlon, tho necretnry contin
ued and ho wroto naklni! whether
i he nhould return tho modal to the
Hln. J!r Danleln .MUd he replied
that In lew uf t Iio action taken,
pienuinably before I'rnnldent WIN
eon'n reiiint renched tbn klnf, there
wnn nothing that rould bo dono nnd
that, of, courne, Dm decoratlonn al
ready arrenled could not bn ro-
I turned. lie cxpreeeed tho hopo nt
the time, he nald, that no other
foreign dcrornlloriH woind be given
except nurh nn might bn awarded
for courageous conduct In battle
Admiral fllmn wan In favor of for
eign ilec.orallonn for Amerlcnn naval
offb'ern, Mr. D.inleln continued,
S Visit the New
Store See Our
Wright's Showing of Apparel for Spring
Heralding the Newest Conceits Which Will Predominate
Visit the NEW Store Displaying the NEW Things
Suits s&Z Coats
Jauntily modeled suits ,at reasonable
prices. Particularly emphasized are two
and three-piece costume suits, Eton, Bolero,
box coat and strictly tailored types, dis
playing dainty vestecs and overblouso3 in
rich now colorings to contrast and harmo
nize, rich embroidery, and handsome gold
and silver trimmings and tassels.
49 50 to
Prom a sports costume to a gown for -formal
wear and any number of stages in be
. tween. Tailored frociks of triootino, perUy
little dresses of taffetas, clinging ones of
satin and dainty ones of georgette and
tricollctto. They aro all represented and
in those exquisite new colors.
34 50 to
hrld.rg that they would help the
Jli Danleln told thn committee he
ook an enr.roJy d fffrent view and
lud neier desired American officers
to at. ept any decoration from for
covrrst ED rami rAOB osr.
clety and prenldnntn of nil civic
club, commanding officer O A. It .
commanding offber Confederals
Velcrnnn, eommnndliu Officer Hpan
lnh,war vt'ternnn, Kugene Mrton, It.
I .Jonen, ntate comtiiHiider Amcrlcnn
legion, II II. Hngan, Joe Carson pout
commsnder American legion, John
Military escort Ioeal units Na
tional guards of Oklahoma.
Orand mnrshal -Major Daley.
Military nldn. Major Hooney,
Major Duttnn. Major Itell, .Major
Ktrkpatrlrk, Mnjtir Ilriok.
I'ormatlon of parade, wtuad mo
toroyrle tiollee, platoon mounted po
lice. Akdnr band, b.cnl linltn Okla
homa natlonul guard, l'ershlng car,
-t.tne nf mnrch. nouth on Mnln to
Mlth east to Cincinnati, north to
l lfth, went to Ilonton. north tn
Third to Hotel Tulrni,
Shop at Wright's
Still Further Inducements During Our
GREAT FEBRUARY FUR SALE
- You'll lie Pleased and Surprised at the Unusual Offerings
Furs will b.e higher next 'season than ever in the history of the indus
try, for all signs point to increased costs of pelts and labor. It is bur
policy, however, not to carry furs to another season, therefore the spe
cial prices throughout our lines.
Coats. Coatees, Scarfs, etc.,, All Are Included in This
Mink Marmot $398.00
Hudson Seal $289.00
Hudson Seal $255.65
Fine Kolinsky $219.25
French Seal $146.85
French Seal $134.60
Nutria y... $122.85
Lay Away Plan
Informal reception Hotel TiiUa.
Bprclal honts, Mlnnourl society
Guard of honor on lino of march.
Tubrn Hoy Hcouts,
Following reception, luncheon
12 30 at Country club. K W.
Drown, president, and TuImi Clear
ing Huuno annoclatlon, npeclal hosts.
Visitors tilken to Qonvrfntlon hall
by.ep(alal lionta 2:30.
Hpeclal reception committee nt
Com'entlori hall, Tulsa chapter Itod
Tanyiet ut Convention hall re
served for American legion, O. A.
It , Confederate veterans. V. S. W.
V, nnd othr wnr 'veterans nnd Mis
Ilweptlon commltteo to receive
inneral nnd staff at Convention hall
on stnge, Halnbow women.
Program nt Convention .hall, pa
triotic music led by W. I. Culber
son nnd Apollo club' Invocation.
Hev, I,. S. Jlartoni nddresn of wel
como on behalf of city. Mayor Hub
bard: on behalf of chamber of
commerce, president of chamber of
commerce; op behalf of American
legion, Hornee Ilngan, stato com
mander organlfcitlnn; preentatlon
of colors to Jon Carson post Amerl
can Teglon; address by flencrnl John
J rcrshlng; "Amorlci," by Apollo
club ami nudlonco; dismiss by Rev
1'ersonal hosts nt service of guests
for city tours until their departure.
Wo Quoto No Oimpnrntlvc
Trices In Our AdvcrtHlnc.
Scotch Mole $189.00
Hudson Seal $139.50
Georgette Lynx. .. .$126.00
Black Lynx.-. $119.00
Cross Fox $94.50
Pointed Lynx , $87.00
Brown Fox $74.90
Rose Taupe Fox. . . . $65.35
Georgette Lynx..f. $48.90
Red Fox !. $48.00
Beautiful Mink. . . , .$569.00 '
Hudson 'Seal $248.00 '
Kolinsky Coatee $239.00
Hudson Beaver $158.50
Hudson SquirreJ... $129.60
Beaver Capo. .... .$134.90
Beaver Collar $64.90
Hudson Stole $99.50
Red Fox Muff $33.00
If you can't "build now," deposit your money with us
nndjWe will help others to "build now."
ft Percent to 9 1-4 Percent Interest
Paid on Your Savings
All accounts are free from taxes and under state
Tulsa Union Loan & Savings Association
No. 8 East Fifth Street Phone Osage 5254
Main Floor Sinclair Building
. in This
Coats those jaunty, trig little creations
reveal new fashion tendencies, youthful
enoughv to appeal to the college miss or
modified enough to plea'so those of mature
years. Fashions are individualized so that
an expression of individuality may be
The ensemble offers a specific blouse for
every type of Spring Tailleur, for every
generate skirt and for each sweater.
Tailored Shirts, Basque Blouses, Costume
Blouses with additional charm of new em
broidery and beading effects.
$5-90 Q $49.5.0
This is "The Blouse iStore of the Town"
A Deposit Will Hold Your Selection
liuvi aiiun6u""i l" ouuiniauu,
V Quoto No CfliuKirtUtvo
rices In Our AilfcrUMnff,