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TULSA DAILY WORLD; THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1020
ON DOPE CHARGES
Ed Thomas of Cashion
and Drumright, Found
BOYCE HULME IS HELD
plaintiff i Damage Suit at
State Capital Arrested on
1. Ai r,rt SUI Wlr'
OKliAJlOMA CITY. Feb. 26. Kd
U Tlioma. ownrrof ilniif Htores nt
rumrlh-lit and Cushlng, was round
fjllty of a charge of conspiracy to
munlr narcotics from Mexico to
this coiin ry ami of ol)lnir "dope" by
. i irv m tho federal court here to
diy bert 12. Davldfton, Jointly
rhatf 1 nml tried with Thomoa, wo
rhur 1'errLs, n, nesro, pleaded
Kuilty to Holllng narcotics this morn-
lnCBd nnd Kate Smith, neirroM of
thli churned with bpIIIiik
dope, were placed on trial la.to
OKLAHOMA CITY". l"eli. 25.
loyc lliilme, plaintiff In n JU..000
lmaso cult iiKiilnst Andy intuitu,
former member of tho county coun
cil of defense, on trial In the district
court here vtii" arrested nt noon to
day f n a federal wnrrnnt charfrtiur
h,m with violating tho nntl-narcotlc
r! II' was taken beforo Krnest I
Chambers. I'nlted States eommls
rloner, and releanod on u $500 bond.
Hulme accordlnic to tetlmony nt
the trial for damanes, Jvnd been or
dered to appear before the qouncll
of defense to clear tip charnon mid
to have been furnished by thn army
IntelllBtneo department that ho had
operated an alleged disorderly houso
durlnf tho war whero noldlera wcrn,
permitted to congregate, but when
he failed to appear, Ilulmo claims he
hal hern attacked and badly beaten
hy I'lnnls, Illnnls denies having nt
uckfd or struck Ilulme.
Appraise Iinnil for Capitol.
OKLAHOMA CITV, 1V1). 25. A
uluei of $79,300 wns oot on tho 15
icre tract owned by J. J, Culbert
on and J S. Leclorri, adjoining tho
itatc capltol grounds, by appraisers
ippoln'ed In the dlstrlet court In the
efridemnntlon proceedings brought
by (he state preliminary to luo pur
chase of tho .ground for park pur
poses. Watch Section Nino, Tulsa Auto
mobile Show. March 1 to fi Advt.
Tk tll poomid min will not
olrit dtndmft on hit coit col
!r It you an troubled in thl
r. t i bottle of SPLGNLOX.
Ill GUARANTEED DANDRUFF
REMEDY, from your druiit.
uk spUrlox Coconut O.I Shjrnpaa
The Splenlox Company
LHlUt and Ptilkdtlphii
A FEELING OF SECURITY
-l t "atu.ra"y feci sectiro whon
, now that the medicine you am
fSI,, " ,ilke Is absolutely pure nn,
lnf drues!0 narmful or ,mUlt PruJuo-
w'?, meUlc'"n I Or. Kilmer h
iS?;"00'' .,l ItUney. liver anU
(ni,B:",i' "Jar.l of purity.
. Hrv '."lrt ,cxc,'llencu maintained
it l. W.UIll-llOOI ,
f(rctable herbs. i
"teinn? r",muIant antl ls t,lkc,lt
'caanootiful ' un. i
"'.nV r,ot rucomme'nilea for every.
' lJ!?'Vt"'H Kre 1,0' inVell.'v-'
eruoulZ"" K,a"ey' "Vr,
Swum ni..t . - . . . '
.lh 6vV- ?lwmvni or purity is
sp.nroyo,.boUl0 01 IJr-
h"ythlrh''J n wedlclno you Khould"1
"ita I, i un 8418 ' a druif
'1 bott ex nf Im'.i i... .....
"' ana larEe, '
" 17; " I"1 VvUh IO'
UAflt 1 """""" IV. Tulsa,
'V:VKIUK, Fob. 25 Napoleon
Iluffalo, an Indian, was arrested this
morning at Whlto l.agle. near hero, 1
rharged. with luurdeiing his wife. I
J.lvednce at on Impiet held today i
tended to show iluffalo had btnton
W wlfo to death whllo ho and his!
wife wort) drunk. r
l'ONCA CITY, Koh. 25 (lenova I
;yenr-old dnughtor of Joseph
ii. Smith, wns run down and killed
by a "Jltnoy" automobile while going
to school today noon. Dewoy Landon,
H..1..1. wi mo Cnr, appeared voluntar
ly In police court and told of the
uttiuuiu, um nan not ueen, arrested.
Ht.ACICWKU., Keh. 25. Pevcn
buildings In tho heart of the busi
ness district hero were condemned
today following an inspection by u
city committee composed of city of
ficials and electrical and plumbing
?x,Ae.r.t8, Tho work ot rag the
huHdlngs Is to begin within a short
time, city officials ald.
AUDMOlti:, Feb. 25. Kd Taylor,
ehlf of pollen nt Wilson, 20 miles
wrt of hero, 1 In a dangerous cou-
lllllon tnnlr-hr nit Hia rn.nt. ,t t-
tured skull caused by a blow on tho
head with a ruvolvor, said to havo
been struck by "I'fck" Couch while
till. OfflpM- wri nitm.iiU- ...
him. Taylor overpowered Couoh and
look him to Jail dcsplto his injuries.
v uui.li .um a companion navo been
placed in Jail here.
FIND BANKERS SISTER
(tiigro.iinau Ho'wiinl Aids 1'aw
liusKn Man In nmllng W'Iktu-
nbouts r Mjrs. llclirnvan.
fVoUl to The World.
V..SIIINOTON, Fob. 25. An
eight JnontliH' soarcli tn war torn
Uusrfa for Mrs. Sarah llehrman, U
ler of M. Jt. Ilremiar, I'awhuaku
banltor, has finally located Um
Congressman 10. II, Howard of
Oklahoma wns today notified In a
cablegram from Copenliagcn, Mrs.
llehrman was somowhero near HIga
when tho Fcarch waa Instituted,1 but
communication hna been no llfXicult
that all the powers of tho Mate de
partment oouhl not Iocato the
FJnally a sum of money was sent
to Copenhagen and an agent was
dispatched to Itlgo. Ho located Mrs.
Hehrmun and she, and her seven
children nro expected Hoon to lo cn
roule to Oklahoma.
Ilobcrt A. Mclllrney
Funeral director. Phono (56-191.
913 South Main. Advt.
An excess of acid in tho stomach
fours the food nnd starts fermenta
tion. Distressing gases form. Your
meals don't digest hut lay like lumps
of lead. Then you havo heartburn,
flatulence, fullness, belching, head
ache, nnd real misery in tho stom
ach and intestines.
A few tablols of "Pane's Illnnon.
sin" bring relief almost as soon as
they reach tho stomach. "Papo's
Dlapepsln" costs little ut drug stores.
T What causes
Eastman Hotel and Bath
HOT SPRINGS, ARK.
SEASON 1920 FROM JANUARY 15th TO MAY 1st
European Plan .Exclusively
Local and Long Distance Telephone in Every Room
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 000 GUESTS
Club Breakfast and Table d'Hole Dinners
Cafe Service From 7 a. m. to 12 Midnight
'PER PERSON, $M0 AND UP PER DAY
A. B. GAINES, President
W. E. CHESTER, J. W. CORRINGTON, Managers
Notice to Our Patrons ,
in District No. 3
Your Electric Bills are due -and must be paid
on or before the 27th or service will be dis
continued. Public Service Company
107 East Fourth St. " Kennedy Bldg.
We Close Saturday at 1 p. m.
PAnflDI IMP I nKl NEW DEFENDANTS ADDED PPtDADlT TUC fill Q T,"iri p1 '" "i th action ncieiuy pi ri rintion Mil appro- eontingmit fund or im heAHh nt-
I (l M V n IMh I AW UCrCUHr"i) HUUCUlrKLrMrVt Itlt UIL OUII VWc had plMtimd until ho had pn.ittM $ 134,400 2 Amen.tmen.s at- partmont may bo uacU for tra . -
, AGAIN ATTACKED
Claim Reforendum Elec
tion Was Not Acted
Ilr Aioclld Prr SUto Wlro
OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 2f..- -Constitutionality
of tlio stute law mak
ing the operation of a gambling
g.une a felony, Is attacked In a mo.
tloti objecting to tho Jurisdiction of
tho district cdtirt hero, filed today
bv nttorneys for Andy Hartman.
"Dock'' Ic.ch and Mlnier Johnson,
when they were arraigned beforo
Judge James 1. Phelps on a churgo
of operating a gambling game.
The statute attacked was passed
by the 10 IC sesclon of-thu statu leg
Islalure. A efcretidum petition was
fllbd nml tho net upheld In a special
election Held August 20. 11. Attor
neys for tho defendants In the gam
bling gatnn case claim the election
wns not legally called by tho gov
ernor; that the referendum petition
hnt not been properly acted upon.
The question Is now before the crim
inal court of appeals, on an nppcal
of a case from Okfuskee county.
None of the gambling cases on tho
district court docket hero will bo
tried until tho question Is finally de
cided. 1'nlcns the constitutionality of
thh act Is upheld. It Is claimed al
leged gatnblerji can only be tried on
misdemeanor Charges in tho' county
To lmprow Fin: ICiilpment.
HHAWNKK, Fob. 25. --Tho propo
sition, of the city ot Shawneo Is
suing $100,000 bonds for tho re
pairing and extending of tho firo
fighting syutem was approved by tho
voters here yesterday by ICS ma
jority. Out pf S.O00 votorw only 097
rights of frauchlso were uwxl.
IlnptNts to Play Kingfisher.
HI lAU'NHK, Fob. 25. -Coach O.
T. Marston of the llaptlst university
announced today that his basketball
team will meot tho team from King
fisher cnJlcgo lid1 Friday and' Sat
Sop,Otitmnt,TtlQm,S&. ..rr1"-. Btl
fr of Oituui L.k.f.uirlM, D.pt. X, Mk1b, liui
A man is as old as Wo organs ; he
can bo as vigorous and healthy at
70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in
performing their functions. Keep
your vital organs healthy with
Tho wotld's standard rtmedy for kidnty,
llvor, bladder and uric acid troubles
lines 1696; corrects dliordtra; stimulates
vital oreaut. All drujcistB, three Izet.
ok for tk nm Gold MtJal oa vrr boa
amd accapt aa imlutisa
NEW DEFENDANTS ADDED
Pollm-k (.'rautH ll(iiu(' to Itirliido
.Mori: In Itlwr l,iid nv
11 AnooiilrJ Trttt Htete Wite
-OKLAHOMA cm. "lh X6. -An
application was filed In the fill-'
erul dftrk't court here today by.
John A. Fnln, ass!stau,t United .stales
attorney general In charge of the
Hod Hver oil land, case, for an order
to Include additional defendants in
Hie ruse of tho United fitatos ersus
the eiitim'Hioner pf the land office
of Okluhonia mid others filed la-d
Judgo Juhn C Pollock granted the
Fifty new defendants will bn in
cluded In the case, Fain said today
'beforo lenvlmr for Aimlln, Texas
to gather' nddltlonnl data In thAcin-e
MILK WORTH 80 MILLIONS
Ctvanu'iy .Men Sav That State m-
Ntiiiipllon Is Very High.
11 AofllJ Vrr Hlsls Wlr.
OKIiAIIOMA CITY. Feb i'5. -Tho
total valuo of nitlk and milk
products In Oklahoma for the pitst
year wns planed at $80,000,000 b
it. embers of thn Oklahoma Cream
ery Men's association In session hern
today. Forty oreonicry men and
butter niakcr ut the state were in
Thn principal matters under ills
eusslon wcro tho problems of Hie
state creamery men, tho new daliy
law and a .plan for t'ho lnci'enn of
the quality of creamery products
O. F.v Mullen, stale dairy comtniH
nloner, was tho principal HHaker
Dance tonight, Mutual Friends,
hall, West Tulsa. Jazsi band livery
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
FIVE MILLION PEOPLE
USED IT LAST TEAR
told remedr for 20 vcare
tablet form (, ture, no
nrtitt up a coin in z
eueyci grip in 3 dayi.
' btck u it rent, iht
Ine bo hai a KM
with Mr. nun
At All Drat Slartt
Sate Money by lliuiug Your
Wo .Make Cood Your Old Shoes
402 South Main Street
Any man or l'urty that HUBKeBled
kiicIi n rnilinil program would be
considered in leaguo with our
enemlefi anil tlio policy they ad
vocated, rejected by Atp'rlcniM.
An Ioiik HH you lire In Rood health
und kouiuI mind, you havo thn ma
il ml iiefenwH with which to protect
your be IntorOHtM but for tho
tlmo Vhnn nit cun no lotiur dlr?ot
In peiHon, wlint defennn have you
PREPARE THE GIL SUIT
jTcvaitt t uiifcr Abiml iimwi'
. OMahoma's Claim nf lleil
EiY'UI to The World
WASIIIMITON, IVl). 15-Attoi-ney
tleuernl (J. M. Cureton of Te.xns,
and former Attorney General Thom
as Watt (Iregory loday I'linfetred
mi tho uiiswit that Texas is to file
In tlio supremo mint nc.l Monday
in answer to tin- Oklahoma suit
Tiled by Attorney (Ictieml H. Prince
Creeling if Hint ntiiti' fur Hi ihiiox.
sion nf v Unable oil land in 111"
When l''teellng was ghen peimls
sloit to file Iiir suit in Decemlier,
Te.xiilt was gtniited uti'.ll March 1 to
file an ansuer and, It bus taken the
full !lme. Texsns today were still,
confident thai Attorney Ovtieriil
Palmer will file a disclaimer for
Ti'Min in the matter. Severn werks
UK1 asslHtunt Atlornev (lelitl.il
iNelieker gave not Ire tluil the guv-e.-twnent
would back the claim of
Oklahoma Indian allottees for the
land At the request of Congress
men riarner and P.urMt of Tex:is
Attorney (ieiiir.il Palmer Inter
"J For tfead or throat! f?t
! Catarrh try thai Art! '
I ,vpor tie.tineni-.' J'AVjfo I
i vicks VaporuijS, .
, ;s;pui uoDvcuAoo - jo,og yQ
.1. A. CH1LDERS
Duroc Jersey Bred
TO BE HELD AT
Fair Grounds, Tulsa, Okla.
February 27, 1920
There will be all the popular families represented
in this sale. Sown bred t two of the beat bourn in
Ring's Orion 2nd and
Sows bred to theae boars will prove good invest
ments. First cIiir.h in every respect. The kind that
have size, bone, length and quality, ami tile typo that
every breeder is looking for.
45 Head Orions, Pathfinders 'and Cols
W1IL GO IN THIS SALIC
Make your plans NOW to attend this sale. You will
be pleased witli the entire offeHng. It will come up
to your expectations.
What stand would you take on the matter of eliminating
all protection from foes? Abolishing the Anny, Navy
and our Coast Defense?
A Wll.I. in your
join wiin rum in mo piaunltiK of
your WIM.. Have him draw It. Ilo
Hure that It 1 NiKned nt once.
Tim iiiodcrii way Ih to iiipoln a
eorponite ICxeeutoc and Trimtee.
A uonference with our Trust ()f
flcnrH will Hurprlsu and enllKlitnu
you on IiIh ubject. You nro in
vited to ncrept thin Horvlcn,.
OKLAHOMA'S LARGEST TRUST
II UiM Tiilnl Street, 'I'iiImi, OUIa.
",SerU Mini Streiiitlli"
WITH THE EXCHANGE NATIONAL HANK
ngri ed to hold up the action
N beki" had planned until ho had
c utin into the ciiso thoioughly He
has us Mt giM'n no decision on tho
notion he will take
CO.STINI'KP VltOM V.UIr'. ON R
Rhnwsl 1 nnetnher sn.it. ilnln it
This was a mnlority of .ppnulmiile.
I two-thirds of those liriioerw.
The wnnte pised this iittertKnm
tie deficiency ulipriitiilailoii bill, as
rllliended b lht .ipiirnprl It.olis
. .iiiiiulitc trrMiiR Items for totiil
expendltiTi- of t.'i i t.?82 31. and
pttssod iilmt Uie bill appropi Hilnit
Jlfi.OlMt for panient of members of
the leulsl llute ,ihi! "peimtH of the
session Itirtli bills were lil'iiulr. ili
!n the house nf I . pifM nl.ul es foi
their firi reiditig 'here
s orlglliallv lull cdueed. lin
Tils 11111 Tornido Antomobllii
llnnlirr Arctdtnt and
l'Utt UltM HoMtU
rtdeltly nd Hnrfty llnnrtu
l'hons Ornlar 090. 413 Myo ntclg
Attorney today and J
ficletiiy upi roi rlntion bill appro
I'n.ittsl 1194.100 i Amenilmen.s at
t'K'he, by tin, committee .ulilH tho
t-ther Items of tho st.ite't lridobtfld
tifii for payment.
Cumin Arv Viitiit.
Ixipsed nipriu iatlons mado by
former legislatures are revive 1 In
Tilir Items added to the lull, making
s total Increass of (3X5.711.09 They
ore gvmiiasliiui, imi r and
elenco hnll -it . . M ,'nllege. ft'i,
?!..,: t'in fetlet-il iild hUhrt.iv
tirojcels, No 2 In Alff'tlt tuln e..ti'i
tv. It,4,.140.92, No. f In llrynii
i outitv, (A1.7SS 4 1- Vo. H Iti ():iaw.i
cnuiity. (147.175 93.
The bill pnivldes nlso tlut fm.ds
set aside for iJin pnvni'ir m 1..1I
urtes of Hie eii't'nr"ii.'y etnplovi H n'
bureaus tnov In- used for rent and
lraVPiWr exiietlK'S. n'ol Din .in
"There might be some
place where they sell
better clothes than
Curtis Brown does,
but it don't show
on this map"
The House of Kuppenheinoer Clothes
CAN'T BE RUBBED AWAY
Deep Scaled Disease Caused ,
bu Germs in the moon.
lUieurnntism i a sturdy
foe, and ,it never uses Rentlu
methods with ita victims. So
if you are afflicted with the
disease, you may as well real
ize from tho first that you
have a real fitfht on your
hands and that you cannot
win unless you can use tho
very best methods known.
If the disease was confined
to tlm surface, there might
he somo logic in expecting re
lief from its clutches by local
applications applied ,to the
surface. Hut you will soon
learn that a disease that can
cause so much pain and suf
fering is deep-seated, and has
its source far below the sur
face of the skin. The pains,
may be slight at first but
that is where tho victim ot
rheumatism is often deceived.'
lie does not feel that the:
first little twinges of pain
amount to much, and hence,
they are not promptly heeded. I
Hut they gradually increasol
in severity until it has your)
entire system in its relentless i
grip. The pains that seemed so
slight at first become in
tensely severe antl seem to
take delight in your suffer
ing. Of course, there has been
cases whertT"Bomu slight re
lief was experienced from the
use of liniments and other
local applications, but there
has never vet been a case
that was actually cured by
eontingmit fund of no hrvuth do
partmont may bo uucU for tra . -Imr
The son a to linji not voted rot on ,
the house concurrent refiluit.or,
setting tl i'chink Hut'inlay nt.--m m 1 ,
.is tho timn for adjournment of Uui
fttiA ttmiA vil win' nf 1
1 ml th senut' nt !.30 o'clock to
I ) til Infill yttr tKwile. rtlr At ..M M
I min..l IiiiiLmi toil trr KOROLAXi
I lend, iot.ioto. JiMt tnij r-
IlannMl .PDiftinint ! mi otsii.-.
hbi. Kerl u tr min tilremtt.
InniiKlInc rimUMlinn, timkM. dlrr
I iLlI br.tiii b-rTniHiif.. ttrrri. imtic.
, iifliit. ai.ni-.. ...... ......
Phoenix Silk Hose
such treatment, and tempor
ary relief is very far from
comforting to a tonstant suf
ferer. The only sensible treatment
from which you can expect
real results is a remedy that
goes deep down into the blood
supply, and kills the germs
trat cause the diseasoThese
tiny germs multiply oy. the
millions and scatter by means
of the blood circulation
throughout the entire system.
Whether they attack the
muscles, the joints, limbs or
other parts of the body, they
are still in the blood, and will
continue spreading their tor
turing pains until eliminated
thoroughly from the blood.
S. S. S. is a wonderful blood
remedy and is the logical
treatment for rheumatism,
because it promptly permeates
the entire blood supply, and
searches out and kills the dis
ease germs. You can take S.
S. S. with the assurance that
you are not experimenting,
for this fine old remedy has
been in constant use for more
than 50 years, during which
time it has been giving splen
did results. So you owo it to
yourself to lake S. S. S. with
out delay and discard tho use
of local remedies that can do
you no good.
If your ense requires any
special advice it can bo ob
tained without cost, together
i with valuable literature u
iyou will write today to Chief
Medical Adviser, lfi8 Swift
. Laboratory, Atlanta, Gii.