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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1920.
11
'1
WANTS RETENTION
OF RAILJEFORMS
Hines' Aide Reviews Ac
complishment of the
Administration.
URGES UNIFORM RULES
Tyler Also Urps Arrange
ments for Control of the
Traffic.
WASIirN'OTO.V, Keb. noviow
. the efficiency nnd economics
.. tbti In various phiutm of
,i ttTation by tho railroad
r;,r M-Won,' W. T. Tyler. dlrec
a'J r division of operatlun.
r'n ntr.Jl m his annual report
tm tu Iitector General I lines
.M- -y effectives reforms" be
Tunueil after the roads nrn re-
ntJ I to private, control. March 1.
llu. recommendations Included:
rn' nr irgemontH be mado to
... at leant In wkeletontzod form,
ih, nnun.z.nion necessary to con
!t the Movement of traffic to and
ySl Dort whenever traffic condl
imi vsanan- for tho placing of
f""irB0 ' a1"1 1,10 "tauanco ot Per-
Tlist every effort bo made to
c , ni ii' it extend the pooling of
ike' and ''.dewatcr tolls; tho rnll
kUs maln.ulntng tho neeesmry or
fZw tw nt all tlmcn to handle
traffic bo pooled-
That 'he railroad continue the
work of Ktnb!lshlmr uniformity in
rule governing car supply for lm
Borunt commodities liundlcd.
That tho campaign for tho moro
.tfee ive utilization of cqulpmont
t heavier loading ho continued.
That tho co-ordlnatlonf of termi
nals bo made a continuing policy
for the railroads.
That the centralized control of
cars bo continued under proper lim
itation and the central organization
cf th rallriKids themselves,
Dlrfc'or Tyler emphasized the
benefits derived from tho permit
nutem for tho control of freight
sMpmeirs. Ho pointed out the
cornfesrlon which resulted from In
icritr.tn.tto (fforls to move freight
for itftfch the railroads have no out-i.t
'Tho 'rouble Is." ho said, "tha"
tjjre qunntt'les of freight ore
loaded and started forward for
which there In no outlet, which arc
i excess of the ability of tho con
vince to accept promptly, which
exceed he digcfltivo capacity of
cartways and terminals or frr
which vcmcIh aro not nvallnblo at
ports."
The remedy for this condition, he
ald, Is the. control of this fretg-b'
at Its source through tho permit
sys'em lo th measuie of ttio c n
iigncc nbdlty to accept, the rail
road facilities, or tho ports' cu-
tinrltv.
Hoferrlng to the common use of
cars, he said this was successful
not only with reference to box.
stock, hut particularly ns In this
case of refrlgorntur cam, the move
ment of fruits and vegetables hav
ing Increased moro than :o per cent
In 1919 compared with the year bo
ron. "The. benefits from the utilflea
tlon of terminals." wild Mr. Tyler
are so many atwl tho improveinen'
of Win service mi mnrkcrl, that It Is
to be hoped that whatever the
niaius or me railroad. there may
no Kerlotis conHtdonitlon glv-n to
each case before. It is discontinued."
YOUNG DEMOCRATS BUSY
light to Develop nt Vnnrn City Out
tin; I'nwMonry.
Albert r Hunt h.n.i.)Mi tx
Tulsa branch of the Young Men's
"emocranc cinii of Oklahoma, an-
noUnrpH Hint nn I.Vl.ti.. ill i tit
tuiiiuy courtroom trie ciuti will se
lect iieieRates to the annual con
vention to be held nt I'onc.i City on
February 21. Women voters nro In
vltcd to attend tho meeting.
ItepresontiitlVB Meechain, from
Custer county, and Wondel John
son of Oklahoma City, urn mll
dates for tho stato presidency
I'lectlnns Quirt.
MADRID, Feb. 9. Hunday's elec
Hons pawed without trouble ac
cording to rlw minister of tho In
terlor They were marked bv hi
cess of the socialist and cr-nservt'ivc
Ideas over those cf the reptih iratis
FRISCO TRAIN IS WRECKED
Dcfcctlio Switch Hurls Meteor Off
'l'nu'k In linn-uis.
About UiO ptrsons barely es
caped injury when St. I.ouli and
Pan IVntidHCo train No, lit, ran
Into n defective sltoh at Soam
mon, Kim., early yesterday morn
ing, claim ngentjt for (he road de
clared eterday upon their arrival
here. Only tl persons were Injured,
none seriously. Numerous Tuls.ins
were on the train which was on the
way from Kiuhwb city, to Oklahoma
'I'y. Ont pmwenger coich wrh
about SO persons Inside, colnple'ely
oer!tiined. three other conduit
Jumping the rails and remitlnlng
upright. Tho engine, hnggags car
and rear pullmau remained on the
lulls.
All ' steel construction of tho
coarthes prevented smashing the
agents affirmed. The pnMengers
were delayed about six hours, the
train arriving In Seammon nt S 19
o'clock and the followlnc train. No
407, following nt 10 o'clock yester
day morning Pamnnod 'rucks on
:lie paseiiKei' coacne anil torn up
trnck cuise.l the most damace I
FEBRUARY 22nd
was stated Only one iMisscnger was
njured seriously enough o keep
him from work yesterday, the claim
agents nnnomced None of the In
jured wore from this city
Doi'torM Hear Visitor.
Members i the Tulsa County
Medical society were the guests last
night of the OJchihoma hOfpllnl, and
over R0 physicians weio In attend
.nice I)r Howard Hill nnd Or
CJInton K .smith, of Kansas city.
Mo. delivered talks on Impor an
iliedlcal topics, which was followed
bv a round table lie ficshluchti
wire M'rml the dtct ,rs by lir Kred
K CilliKm
AN ALLEGED THIEF IS HELD
tJcorgci llnrris I'lenili Not (iullty t
l.iirrcii) llxiiii IVr-oin. i
Clmrged lth larceny from tin
person, (Jo.irge Harris, arrested neai
the Midland Valley depot last nt
urdny iifteiiioon as tho man who
plikod the pocket of A V Meligor
of Muskogee, ilead not guilty at
his nrraignment ye-lierday Imfon
JiikI e II J tlnv Harris was cm
muted to tali under '"tnl of U; for
prelimlt ar.v trnl lbtuar U
Me ier H'ntid to the rmintv at
torntv that Hariis reai bed ru ban
in 10 the liV. r hi i iiit I tkrt n-i tin
Litter was boaidlng a Hutu and
took n pocketbonU eiiiitalnlng $S III
liiouey and a iiumlh'r of pi Kate
papeis, Melrger selred the defend
mi', but the litter I roll.- from lu
captor. nnd ran I'ati idmaii .1 I.
Thompson libit rinj thn sirugul'
letwi-eli Harm and Metrget.
hae 'O Hutu whei, be rill, ail
overlook tho fugltln In the hast
ment of a pinning mill two blO' ks
east of thn station,
Motiu:h;sHxIi;ni)
EpocftntrMollicr;
Iit'llovoH Dl'ii-oiufoi't;
II ill Or. (n,,
V-..I stu u.k.ui 4 r.u r.
toy inn nr.iri mow oi p..f to Antt ri
Notice.
.Iiihll Curt who pixwnts l'rlt1
Silieff In "(.Inrtiiima" m tirlng
Ing this production mi uplh (,.
sitIImiI ns "li. ItnltilMK, nu s
Inn nf Mmlnil Coimillixi" In Tul
sa illrt-i fixnu lis triumphant
M'ltMiti nt the l.llx-rlv 'llicilcr
New lrk, with Uh cnllrn rust
mill iiroiliii'lluii .vt
HOW M'lllllg.
MABEL BEDDOE
I'muuii Ctitiailliiu Contralto
H ih School Auditorium
Tucsdny, Fcbrimry 17
Seals on Kilo
.Jenkins' Muslr Storo
IVbrunrjr 1.1
I'rlix-s SI. HI) ami l.r0
DANCING CLASS
Beginners Opens Monday, 9th
Ailviinix Cbu TuoHday, mill, "!R(I p. in.
All tho lntcttt nml I'liticy StcM
si.oo H-uorii cxjuiisi: $1.00
R. R. BURKE, Instructor
TULSA DANCING STUDIO
IIOi South ltouliler
riionoMi lUrddciux) Outgo 'Ctl; Studio Cedar IT'O
PALACE Iroyal
LAST TIMES TODAY
Tlio Knlier's IVt Nulmiarliiii
93
Notice.
John Cort, who pn-Mmts Trltzl
SclK'ff, In "(llorlaiimi," Is bring
ing this production so nptly Ic
Krlliol as "tho Itnlnbow Divis
ion of Musical OmiicxIIch" to
Tula direct from lt tiiiiiiiphant
mxvsoii at the Liberty Theater,
New York, with Itn entlro cast
and production Intact. Scats
now selling.
jjROADlfVAY
TODAY
Tlie SIosi deorgcons show on
tho Miihlcal Stugo
Funny Fritz Fields
ana tils
Beauty Parade Co.
rrevcntliig
"A Day at the Races
A beautiful, ihcly prtxltiftlnn
lulling fur nrt mid talent anil a
Mow enilroument extraordinary
MAJESTIC
NOW PLAYING
Tho lMincil Aiui'lmn Clas-dis
In Old Kentucky'
Wtih Anita Stewart and an Exceptional Cast of
Players
Hero Is Indeed a splendid pleturimtion of America's grcntcst sUigo
piny. Thero nro kciiuUio thrllLs and liciirt Intercut In "In Old
Kentucky." Sec tho great liorxo rmrs scene, "(juvuii IVW in u
nose and nono finish. You'll bo glad sho won.
Screen Timo: II, 12:30, 2, 3:30, B, 0:30, 8, 0:30
l'riii-s All SmiIh on tho lower 1'loor 35c
All SeJltH In tho Halcony 25o
lloxes-loges, Itmenrd S0o
"U 35
Showing Uin tvetnhlltleH oil the high wild during the war. Shln
lelng sunk for the enjoyment of tho ticrnuin I.iiUit. 'I'licne pIctureM
wcro taken by (.cniians on tho "L-ll.V iuiiI wx-iti to ls hIiIpixiI to
llerllu.
Added Attraction
"Dames and Dentists"
A Very Iiniiglinblo Comedy
PATHE NEWS PALACE ORCHESTRA
Screen THiks 11:30, 12: IS, 2, 3:in. ti.10, r. : I,-., 7, N:ir, 0:30
Admission 30c, Clilldnui lile
Coming Tomorrow
Doris May and Douglas McLean
IN
'What Is Your Husband Doing?'
You remember DorlH May uml OougliiN .Mclean In "23 Hour
Ikvivc," Yoii know how ou roeknl from shlo In side vtltli Inugliter.
lust lt until jiiii s-e "What Is Your Husband Doing?" Hrry
inouieut you sMnd ltneMlnK tills cmmetly Is filled ullli cihllanitlng
laughter. AT Till: l'AWt'll TO.MOIIUOW.
STRAND
NOW
PLAYING
Society Pays Well
For It's Pleasant Vices
Beautifully gowned, well-groomed, fabulously
rich, society is afraid
Alice Brady
-in-
"The Fear Market"
(Adapted from Amelia Hlicn' funioiw Htago play)
A Playing Ca.it of Great
Hxecllenco
'o the IlnMiihiay Chorus
I'raturo Photoplay: Olnds
Illo In "Tho Midnight llrlde"
I'lctunx 1:30, o and 8:30
AaiideUllo 3:30, 7:uo nnd t:30
lifct Times Today i II I Wmr ' 'W'
til mr xTe Worlds VV ,
J 4 Greatest Actress I
As Sigrid, the Dancer, in j
ihm BENE.
ii
ii
i
AL JENNINGS
'Seeds of Dishonor'
A W(lerii Drnntn of the l'Uilns
"""I .Mountains, aimj
f.nlo Henry In
I Irst riamo" Comedy
Vo.a.vi jioiio nnd l'ord
Weekly.
'TJftitigl, error our nd In the
reTii . . M,,"ly should lino
Seal mI,!,:N'NIS08 ",SU'm,
Adml".1V,". " !t Adults 20c
Children Any Heat 100
lu from io ,. M. to II V M.
t-onilniioun hlinuing
tAdctpted,
hi Charles Bryant front the )wal of
JLiKjMidmn UfeWieMemtib Voc
tor of gaija " hij ffJLfl.Wijlie.
Directed hy Herbert Maclic.
I'roduiTtl on the same linlili and stiiieniUiii si-nln of pre.
vIoiik .Nuilimnn iilcturcH. 'll:o ruins of a llrnlimlii lemiilir
and nn entlro nntho village lire unions ilie cix'iiho set
tings constructed ein'clnlly lor the production.
Schedule 0M.V 11:1.'., 12:30, 2, :i:ir, 1:30, r,-t 7. R:I3, 0-30
A smashmg dramatic story of New York's smugly
satisfied, smartly dressed society and the parasites
who prey upon its pleasures.
Alice Brady in a Great Role
and wearing the season's smartest fashions in
gowns, hats and furs
Added Features:
A Comedy and the Rialto Orchestra
Regular Prices: 11c and 25c
.!! 1 4 r i s t Times
JVlallO TODAY
Coming Tomorrow
Alice Joyce
m-
I'nx'iillng In High CIiism
.Musical Coined)
MARGARET
LILLIE
SHOW GIRLS
I caliiriiig (Ji'iirge Hull, Mar
garet 1,1 1 lie nnd lUih UccIst, the
tniiglo fisit dancer.
i'ic-n'in:ii.N'i
Eugene O'Brien
In the
Perfect Lover
CONVENTION HALL
THURSDAY NIGHT ONLY FEB.
12
PHI
MHL. JOHN CORT
PRESENTS
ito orriisi oiH'ii HH30
piuiiio nn n
Our Dnily Matinees 2:15
15c nnd 25c
Beat Amusement Bnrgnin
in Tulsa
NOW PLAYING
PIANOVILLE
A Smart .Mimical Arrniigci
ineni hy Tlmvi TnleiiKxl (llrln
and (iisirue II, Itwil.
llisxulitiiy
Trhi
IViink
Wilson
Kin. i, Kcycrt
A;Mcdroso
Orplieuin
New
llnlni Added INntiire
.lennrto Harry
Huckett & Delmar
In TlM'lr "Ktndlo of Dnncri"
Hi nnn c cmt v iin,raiiT?i
I SCHEFf 1
, I II IN BROADWAY PAVORITC MUSICAL COMCD- i
H trnnmnl
uiiii$l
BY CATHCRIME CHI5M0LM CUSHING-
AL HIL50N
AN ALL STAR CAST AND THE 100
PERCENT PERFECT BEAUT CHORUS.
riiiT.i HCiii:riMH own oitcnrsTUA
Bttti en Rail MOHliAV. Mull Order NOWI
At Qmknr Drill Ktaro IlOe nnd 13.00.
AitdrtM-- Slticltlr It lUitliift, cart Qmktr llnij On.
1 " II
GRAND
iiaijANCi: m vvnnt
Girls From Joyland
A real lliirlerupin Show for nsil nit'ii uml women.
TUESDAY MATINEE
Kcwpic Dolls for Ladies
WEDNESDAY MATINEE
Toilet Articles for Women
Night WiowTt 7 0
I'rleen Ifte, 25), 3."lo, flOo.
Thursday
A Omxt Khow lleiulcil lijr
Oscar Lorraine
"The .VlnllinittlKl"
WImi luiidu "Il)ivl" fninoiiH
jilsrk
Ergotti's Lilliputians
llt'Hl net of Hh kind In Miuilellle
uml a riot of fun
"The Corner Store"
the fuiiulcrtt of all mho MiltH
THURSDAY MATINEE
Surprise Presents for Ladies
FRIDAY MATINEE
One Barrel Flour for Ladies
WEDNESDAY NITE
Klartliig of Mmk
AJIATHCIt IIOXINt; TOt'llNASIKNT
Dlnninnd ring for eaeli eliis lenvn nnino at hoi office
THURSDAY NITE
Chorus Girl Shimmic Contest
KiM'lely'H latest llnllroont I'm I
FRIDAY NITE
Tulsa's Best Amateurs
Dully Mntlnco UiltO p. ni I0e, i;.1c, fides Nlghul nt Ril.1 o'clock
ar.c, noe, 7.-.c, i
I.iiiIIoh, this lulvcrllsciiicnl unit leu (vuln -.till odnilt ymi to any
weekday iiintlnee.
nh.vt wi:i:k
Pleasures of Follies
How mnny men and women in
Tulsa are
i ,
"Slav
es of Pride
A powerful society drama start
ing at the Rialto tomorrow, fea
Alice Joyce
M
" Slaves of Pride
it

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