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TTLSA DAILY WOHLD, FRIDAY, APRIL 1(, 1020
i n r iu in ii iv r-i i u
r r- rrnniri r 1
It " I hg W 1 . MiK'l
I't 'lir.,,.!i,l , K I', dcrxWIX
found dead in bed C W MIMrr an. I
Ml mi al i A 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii ui'ic killed in
the I'criicliilii ejtploKlon (ImiIoh
Martin wan an idrntnllv hnl, n nl
i ....... 1c Pnlll'l Askn l,v-
.1 It'fllO V. UUl V . . ... -
NEW TRIAL WAIN I bU
Time Not Given lor Appear
j,aya t'ouit bontoiK'Oil to
. nl l" I
It wa- ihiii'Kiil thut hoi
inlitwi, wnh a Kliotitiin.ini Nov cm
her II Him ,i'iir ii un.irrcl ovel, KTItOll) Annl I., l: tinker
he Wi' Kir of .1 anck which m be- voiinu imirrlcil i.i.m llvlnif hero. I Willie r McKNtlanil will killed In MM
ll'g ued to gather eoltoM. Yuung while attempting In liouril i nmv iiutumobllii iiecldint.
..s ...iilrtu r-,1 Ii clccli oculed , iug rrleco irHln, fell under lhe.
rebiiurv 2S I wheel but men tie, I with nnlv the! I'fltti'A iM't'V Anril I :. Tim
Menu-nee- of in v..nr servitude In I r of three flngcr. 'modification of oily ordinance and
DELANO TO TAKE
UP DUTIES SOON
CALL SCHOOL CONFERENCE; ASKS SUPPORT OF STARR l,l,,11,l!:;,",Vr,Iniiyil,,!!llS
- -- company. Incorporated by J D.
Invlliillon Si'til Onl for Nnrnmn 1 I ft of I :x -1 tn mil t Unlit ISiml to lUller. I.. C. M. Merrick and V
I 111 Kt.ll
UilllniiiN of Choctaw county for ill
leged lulling of .Ino i'hlldi.r on .Inly
!l. 1017. mih ttfflruipil hy thn erlln
imil court today Terillmony In the
cane ehowed William ahol Chlldorn
when I 'hiUler Hupped phi) lug u
Innjo, Willi. WllllKtnM wan dancing
at it drinking parly
A preen Male Wire
,.M MlnMA rlTV. April 15.
, , . nJiitlDiii lo Governor Hob.
.. iii.i' lie grant n reprieve of
,i,ls to l.cvl Young, who ii
! , n e 1 io die in tile eleotrlo chair
.hf penitentiary on April
r hn alleged murder of Tom
h, k,i of MiniKuni. were Itmile to.
, , ,n opinion handed down by
,' , i iin "al court of appeal
r; m.i!- .1 !" preidlng Judge
,, r ,,,,nt wrote the opinion which
ll.iii-' ;IJ' itl"'"c)'i for ouiig
ill., i , ,1 iinilce or nppt.ti. out nave
fl. v, , cinlileted tint paper Ho
, , .. i Hut the law kIvch ouiik
' ' 1 1 i 'liarln.
OKLAHOMA CITV, April In
inniiK i he chart'TH KranU'd loda)
liv the fcreUry of utiitea ate lllo
(lolrimond 'HI cornoratlon. Tiiltn:
I c u p I 1 nl (lOll.Olin. ituoi (Mimliiik
i lamie f (inenrlst mid t.'. It. nil
licit, Tul'ii i
The liushlnit Tire oompntiy. Tulm,
i.ildtul J50.U0H; Incorpornlors, M. It
.4iililn. I ii. Kill. lis miiiI t.'arlir
Tulmi f'ominunltj I.yrenm, Tii.
capital none. Iticorpor.itori). I.. 8.
lliirton, II. tlruen anil C. IJ. 'iif.
Ilaiiiau. Suit Man-..
OKLAHOMA CITV, April 15 -Trt.il
of a mill for tr.n.OUO aliened
ilainiiceti uKMlnrt ll;l,ihotn.i r''iy
nrniicht by .Mli Alma PoiiRhefy
,lm in which id maun inn. wan tiecnti tiein today In rtmtift
nir lush court and that an , curl. Mlw4 lloitRhcity Ml. yen mIi.-
h.-(ore that time wouldM.xinined periuant'tit Injtutes InSt
!,(. IM "11 UOIICriBIIll
WHH not at
it . ir.ila anil nan not reau
,r n iinenil.itloiis of the court,
ad submitted the record of the
OILTON. April 15 -The t'reK
O.nii. Mnniehenrt lKlon wilt fflvn K
Imiiniiet nnd hall here Hntunlny
nlKht. The ocpalon l the tKlnK
In of omp 10 iipw membci'M. I& from
Mill city mid the toil from Tiilwi
OILTO.V. April IT. -The foundii
lion mid much of the frame wnrK
of the new SSOOri tiiachlne Khnp
and Imllcr workn ate In plat e Mu
nhlnery ha been orderrd and the
idwnii will (irolmbly bo rcAdy for
buinriw within no itnn
NOItM AN", April ' IS. Lacklnp
only five eani of being , a fonluiy
old, Mu. It 11 Keawell. bum In
Sumner County, Trim.. In 1 3ft. died
here TuemlHy. April HI She w
repined to hac been the oldeat wo
mini In Cleveland county-
I'ONCA i'ITV. April 1ft -.-The
commercial club of Terry Iiuh clionen
the following offlcein for tho ciwii
Iiir ear- V C Miller, prenldent; V.
K. Merry, vlce pretddelit: Clarence
Vnrle, nerctMiy; I'red Krelnch.
Ireautet'. I'reil lleer, .1. B. Slone
and It- .1. Woodruff, directors.
po.WA CITY. April lft. HlRht
deathn from lolence have occur
red In cltv lnco the flml of
fall w hen an ailtomobllo In w hlci I the month Ollx ami Orval Pay,
nlic w.ih rldhiK tan Into a creek ! twin brotbeie. were killed when an
wheie a culvert had been remove; auiomoblle wan Hlruck by n Santa
without HlunalH havlnc been place;! I'o engine; Thoina Moffelt wa
I y llio clly to warn traffic of danger, i murdered bv an nnnkow ii perenn;
River Receiver to
II) AuMh'UUri I'rrniHIalr W li
OKLAHOMA CITY. April 15
l-'rcilerick A. Delano, recently hp
pointed tPcelM'i of the dliputvd iei
gHlen reprenent thin locality In the rllorv In tlm ltd Over bed, .ll
blghwiiy conference at Hot Spring ,,, ...hlnunm 'nt Ihe 'arlie
lull. ...'.'n IIMITIT... ... i it.i.n. .....
i heir piibllcailim with the charier
ban bien unlet eil. All bookkciiptng
for llm different department of the
rltv will hereafter he under one
head. The mutter of u clly build
ing Innpector will rccclvf-tinnipillnto
OILTONT. prll 15. -Ilie dele-
lace. Iiooltn, .IiOiic HarilH. (1. .1.
Moachniii mid Aaron I irumrlght.
They are cpeclally mixloii to pre
vepl Ihe re routing of the Albeit
I 'Ike highway no an lo tnle thin
NOIl.MAN. April I .V K K. Hale.
NMilioanl In htittory, who han been
working for a I'll. I al Harvard, la
expected back to work In the Hum
mer KHMtlon of tblM unlvcinlty.
(loorgH I'. Miller. Kunlcn Well 1C.
Dellallc. Vivian llrengln and Ida '..
Kirk are new faculty tneinberR
llfKlwti Htlon for Ihe hummer m liool
will take place June ft to 7.
IIAItTLIIHVILLH, April 15.
Whilo en route lo Tulna Tuesday
night a Sliiclebaker cur utruck two
biinipH In the road nl once. Die car
turning over and burning up The
and Colllnsvllle. Alfred Tyrlen. I for ! I no mm
owner of the car. was idlgbilv cut,
but IiIn companion. I'eter llov I'.ng
ler. Ira Heneler and Olenn Adani.i,
poialoU. moment" to vlalt th prop
erly plnod in Ml conirul, aoiairdlii
to a tele si-a-ii received from him b
Alton.." Oneial S I'. I'reollng Him
I' ..il I i herfru fur' fi. il
i I in i. '.V a nrncj g .o.i I..I inld. be
will no mr on hl Hxpcc." I I rip lo
Wanhlntl iac coining before
the mi nemo court a week from
Monday will make It lie. cri.uy fur
him lo be at the nation H caplial at
that 1 1 m . he wild, hut If p'Hslnlo
ho will !'!.- 1 1 1 e going uii'll ilitr ho
hue hi d a ciifcrcm e o-i tho Kcl
ilvcr lend) y with tlic ruelvir.
WAHI1INHTON. April lft -Krd-erlc
A Delano of Chicago, appointed
by tho miprcmu court im iccelver In
Dm n. l villi, i oil land rnn-
I trovet'HV between Oklahoma nnd
Meeting April :'.( mid Mu) I.
l .a,.rlale. l'l Htnle VV Irr
OKLAHOMA CITV. Apill lft -In-Visit
i viialloiifi to all niiperlutemlentH, prin-
cIpnU and MiKtruciorM of high nehooH
in the lnlc to attend the annual
mate high xc lion I conference to be
held at Not man April Si) ami May I
were ent lortay by M. A Nimh, high
dchool Itmpector of the alnln depart
ninnt of education. The aniiuul
high echool Illicit and field meet wilt
be held at the mime time iih the con
fcrcme Alnmiif Ihe matlcix to b" connld
ered, iih outlined In Saxh'H letter, are
the eetiloi IiIrIi rchonl courne of
Hud. Ihe junior course, Mamlard
Initlon of inulor high nchoolx, leach,
cr i eipilretnenln and cotmollda'ed
and i mill high itchooti.
Convention Hall on April 19
Convention Hall on April 27
Hear these famous Victor artists!
Extraordinary interest attaches to the recitals of these great
. artists because of the double opportunity they afford the music
It is a privilege in itself to hear these famous artists, and
added importance is given to the events in that they enable
you to compare their exquisite interpretations with their Victor
Attend the concerts of these artists and note the individual
qualities that distinguish their renditions. Then go to any
Victor dealer's and hear the Victor Records by the same
artists. Note how faithfully their interpretations are portrayed
on the Victrola.
It is because of this absolute fidelity that Elman and Whitehill
make Victor Records; that the greatest artists of all the world
are Victor artists.
Victrolas in great variety of styles from $25 to $1500. New
Victor Records demonstrated at all dealers on the 1st of each
aco U. 6 PAT Off.
V HIS MASTERS VOICE" ill
; predates first quiinj and tdmnfes
atl produt.U of tr Jr
VK7UH UUIHi MAQUKCCD &
XV. caudlhkj sy
Victor Talking Machine Co.
Camden, New Jersey
i i i.s i.ur.rviiorsi:
jit aist St., Ncnr lrwl
(ieraniumo, Kern and Bed
ding pliinl.i. Porch hanging
Tclepholio .1 -1.' tlotwccTi 13
mid I, or after 8 p. m.
ARE CHEAP IN
The Oil Kleldn of North Lou.
IMana, now delivering ULftOO
barrels of high and medium
grude oil n day through pipe
linen, with a dally revemio of
nearly u half million dollara,
offer tho inol profllable In
veHtment In tho I. tilted Htatm
to luvehlorn of Idln capital.
Thin i" particularly true, of
Iciimcm of potential oil landH.
I.euHcn in Ihcno fletdrt have
not been 8pcculatcd In oxtcn
Ively, thorcforo aru compar
allvely cheap. In fact, leimts
are lower hero than In other
flelda with Ichh production,
lloom apuculatlvo vuluea have
not been reaehed, but will
follow prcMunl conservative
Investment priced, Now la tho
tlmo to aeciiro acreage cloao
to drilling wella.
AVe own, and offer for nale,
attrac.tivo leaso InvcstmentM.
Write us for cold ftxetn.
210z Milnm St.
Help I'ny .Sou'h Kmmmucs.
lly Aunelalvil 1'tM Hlt(l Wlr
MI'SKOOUi:, Okla.. April 1ft -Mm
Olive Htarr. wife of Henry
Hlarr. former Oklahoma tMiidlt and
ouilnw, hroughl ault hern today Hik
ing thai her hilxband be compelled
lo HUpporl their hoii, Itooticvelt Htarr,
who Ii a high nchool Mtuilent here
Mrn Htarr, who wna divorced from
Henry In Hl:t. doclarea that the ex
bandit baa earned $2o.non royally
from a moving picture In which ho
Im Blurring, and iiHkn that M.irr coo
trllium tlfto a uiuntli for the edtica.
Hon of their boy
()tcmtc Truck Line.
OKLAHOMA CITY. April IS
Tor the purpose of operating a truck
linn to do n general trucking and
llnhliiMin of Oklahoma City lodav
procured a charier from the Mali
Arc up to dnte. Wo have
tho hits Broftdwny is piny.
8 W. 5th. Ccdnr 1593
THE JACKET SKETCHED HAS BEEN DEVELOPED
FOR THE EXPRESS PURPOSE OF MEETING REQUESTS
FOR AN ERECT BUT ENTIRELY COMFORTABLE STYLE.
THESTANEREK FEATURE, ORIGINATED AND COPYRIGHTED
BY OUR TAILORS AT FASHION PARK, HAS BEEN APPLIED.
IF CRITICAL IN TASTE WE SUGGEST A REVIEW .
CUSTOM SERVICE WITHOUT
THE ANNOYANCE OF A TRY-ON
TAILORED AT FASHION FARK
A Quality Shop For Men
II II Fashion Park
T ! .
WHAT a time-saving it is to be able to call up the grocer
or market - man, give him the complete order, and
then know that each food will be top-grade when delivered!
That is the satisfaction and the
protection that the Armour Oval
Label affords. One brand one
dependable standard of excellence
for all and a variety so wide that
you can select menus for any meal
from simplest of breakfasts to
the most elaDorate of dinners.
Order Armour OvalXabel Foods
from your grocer today. He has
them, or can quickly get them for
you from us.
On rrqucst. out department of Food Economics, (Armour and
Company, Chicago), will send you helpful menus and cooking recipes
H. M. McKAY
Manager TuUa llrancli lloimo