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title: 'The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, April 13, 1920, Final Edition, Page 7, Image 7',
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TULSA DAILY WORLD. TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1020
Find Jesse Doyle Guilty
of Stealing Ford
TRAIN WRECKED CAR
i ..!.,... !l.'j ?)(! nn firmiullinl nil
Night, II Was Stolen
Doyle Put in Claim.
FOR AUTO THIEF I m
KVi i r ' Jixhp noyic Kiiniy or
nuteiiu i r l.irceny. ilio Jury In dl
lrlc'i I yesterday returned a cr
dlctfrlv itf Hi'" punishment at 13
yearn. 1 month id ihc l itf
i.ontlt i I1 iry. Doyle was convicted
of ru I'diR " I'ord ("Cilati Valued lit
.i from 1,. 1. l.ukuwllz of til iM
Hi, .1 ir.tjry 11. 1P20.
I :v -i! ti f j,l'ed Hint the car win
1' .. ..(,.,. I it,., nlfrht nf Iho thl'ft ill the
IVi- o t.illronil crossing 0'itli of S.i
tiui'n several days later IJo)ic filed
ii c ' ii ii cilmt tho nillrii.nl for th
ir or the nr. An invrntlRiition
.i I i,,riii,r(i iititl limin- ,if
(.f s.iputiia showed that Doyle
i tr " i iii'-'i " v. ....... j
,l ni -riimt mil i lie Jury rctiiriud
u f ,. i n ci'i luck nf'ei' emi-dd
,. , (if tliv testimony fur half on
1 Have t JjJsfLf 4a flf Kn. '
fl - . 1 V i i H niuM ntf.l KtllMI PAUL.
ll AlllllllllllVlllCMt. '
Ti p Tulsi Associated Music
g'r.,i ii r association will hulil Uh
mi 'i- ' I'U.sitU'-'s iiifiiliic iiml lunch
edo "' Y V. C A chili rooms
aL i I' Wednesday. April H
a .Mcinlx-rhlilp. '
9 Mrinhfrshlii committee of the
YfU C will meet Tuesday In the
V. V n' J 1 ' o'clock.
club with .Miss
oIiiH..i "liriulaunua circle will
meet io put'lic library.
MaivalK-o Chili. )
Tlifr. will be a meeting of the
Macca-f club held Tuesday with
Mrs A-,r,i Miller, 706 South Detroit
rrcMiiteiiiiu ottt. II
The monthly mcetlnt; of tho Sun
day school officials and teachers of
the Kirst Presbyterian church will
be held at Iho church, Tuesday eve.
nine Supper will bo served at C.15
o'clock. Mrs. Hall Ituinbo will have
charge of tho meetliiK of the Polly
unna circle of the church at 3,30
o'clock. The N'. N. S. clrclo which
ii. rets nt tills time will be led by
Miss M.iliel Allison. Thursday eve
ning will he devoted to the leap
yiar party to be Riven by tho Senior
Christian llndcavor society of tho
( luipter A. K., I'. II. O.
Mrs. (Juy W. Settle, 1166 North
-Klwood avenue will bo hostess to
the meetliiK of Chapter A. Iv . I' H
0 on Wednesday afternoon at 2 30
Chapter N.. V. i:. ).
Mrs Horara 1'. Anderson will bo
1 osless to th-j meetliiR of Chapter
N . V. V. o. on Wednesday afternoon
The women's adult and tho men's
till blnte cJiuses of tho Kirst Chris
in tlmrch will meet In Joint so
' session tonight in the parlors
ho church at 7:30 o'clock.
f t Mmdiiv School I'niiy.
Tile b ra sm l boys of tho Inter
ediain (lrp.i-.mrnt of the Sunday
r-'oo) of he l-'u.t Christian church
w 1 ipe iiieir l.ntlal monthly party
hr. m rocms of tho church at
'o or- on .'r,iay uvonlntr.
Mjh John II. Markham returned
' J"'.iy from K-tcclslor Springs
vvnt-rr he upcnt ten days. Mr. anil
Mrs Markham will have with them
n tii.-r K'-c-ls this week Mr. and
irs r.irbcry Httchlo of Ijikewnod,
iii; Who "rrlv u'"lnesday morn
Mrs John A. Anderson of -Mend
H' I'll is visiting her daiiKhter.
Moa HMp Anderson of Tulsa, who
' iprnitor of music In tho public
M I TQ'tl
Mr nil Mm. o. a. Tracy left Sun-
av mornirlir to mirml Urn nv, iv
.A.UH.L .n IT.. . - . .
, V " "' nprinss, ArK.
,Th,,a'l"s:a Henry has re-
'"nV from Hattio Creel:. Mich.,
ner0 Bhe ,1JH ,)CCM f(j. Mm
i the ,mns habe of Mr. A. L.
i urnvr aim ih lato Mrs. Farmer. 1
fr-i . n' ''If'- returned Sunday
"orn points m northern Ohio where
, , '"'0i WsltliiB relatlveH and
week,' '''"Past six or eleht
u t!' h Mrs. ati lck J. Hurley.
l" ' '"d i return this week.
I ihvr'n,n'1 ,Mrs'7j7irndorwoo(: and
'...ma h,!Cr.' Mnrlan M'XMr- "re
Ht ' r !'r llon,n " Wpet Twelfth
Mrs r',,1"U.oxlrn,1',, v,Mlt wltl
Mrs c'ulu.rw"n', Parents. Mr. and
Klarida' y!' ot Jacksonville.
Tans" t, V'. ,-an,Pl of Wichita
nuo. Bchaff on Ilaltlmoro ave.
Ma"' dInan.'1:l Korr of Uoston.
da fr iJ,!'."nn!' Kcrr' lp" '"
Mr nnrl i..
HI Icavn u T "'Ula J, llnrtman
s"Mh earn ,n'lnc,,l,ay for I'lnehunt.
'onxent on1 I ' na.""l hankers'
. w. J 1 i si v.. "ml Mrs, liartmun
LX c'l-s , V Vork nml "tT oast
JrT,, '''f0'n returnlnif and will
Only 9 More Days Be On Hand
First 50 Customers to Enter Our Store This Morning Have Choice
ot Any Article On 1.00 Table for 10c
Midland Volley Knilrond
Between Tulsn nnd Paw
huskn Come Over and Sec Us
Lv. Pawhutika ......6:15
" Nclagony 6:30
" Bighcnrt 6:50
" Nichols 7:01
" Avant . 7:17
" Skiatoolc 7:45
" Sperrjj 8:00
" Turley 8:10
Ar. TuUa &i2S'
Lv. TuUa 7:65
" Turley :8:10
" Sperry 8:20
" Skiatook 8:35
" Avant 9:07
" Nichols 9:23
" Bighcart 9:45
" Nolagony . . . .10:10
" Pawhuska 10:25
Leave Pawhuska nt 6:15
a. m., arrive here at 825
a. in. Leave TuUa at 7:55
p. m. Be at home at 10:25
p.m. COME OVER.
"WHEN OKLAHOMA WAS THROWN OPEN TO SETTLERS'
You Will Find Bargains in Every Department Do Not Miss This Sale
Men's Union Suits, ff,
tho B. V. D. Style,. UtPC
Mens' Undershirts, Balbrig-
each . . . .
Men's White Hand
kerchiefs, each ....
your choice. . .
Stylish and hand
some Dresses for
each . . .
for . . .
Boys' Overalls, the heavy kind that sell
Hundreds of Other Attractive
, ' Bargains
Leo Unionalls, $0.50
500 late Spring Model Coats, silk lined.
Conic and pick out a (TQ (f
good one tDD.UU
100 House Dresses and Kimonos, worth
$2,00 to $2.G0. Come and take AQrt
your choice for OC
Kayser Silk Gloves, 2-button, the kind
that sell for $1.98. In this AC
sale for UOC
Many bargains in our Hosiery Depart
ment. We aru giving our customers tho
greatest values in our entire business
Men's Hose, 12 pair for $1,
Men's Suspenders, the 75c kind, OA n -
fw-. 39c Men s
S".8.''.':!": 69c Spring
sir? $i.98 Suits
Hart Schaffncr &
Cotton Gloves, worth double, inj Marx Suits; regular
iw P"lr 12 1 $50 value. Sale price
irf. $1.49 2595
Leather Gloves, OA
"r-" dJc G.&K. Clothing
v . . ,r. , , ' Brown, blue and dif-
velvet lies, choice grade frt r i i
for rerent stripes and col-
ors. Values up to $50.
Khaki Sale price
Shirts WC A-fl
Boys' Jalbriggan and Athletic OA,. mfj j J
Union Suits OU C TT 9 v w
Tulsa Union Department Store
112-114 SOUTH MAIN STREET
out three weeks.