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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1020
PROBE OF SUGAR
Investigation Starts in
Oklahoma City; to
ASKS FOR QUOTATIONS
Heboid, State Commissioner,
Requests Information of
Dealers in State.
i- V.hooUIk! l'rM Stt Wit
iM.AIIn.MA CITY. April 3.'. -.
inicstlktutlon of nllcScil hoarding
i. r MiK.ir In Oklahoma i'Hj was
-urtcd todav byvthc state fnlr price
i ii i n tctori. I) I. ItiiKciK, sccrciary
of the commission nnmniiiced The
,s In In cvti nilr.l lo lncluda
mini cities, iiml towns In tlir stutc,
II W.IM S,
to Ten grains liai' been ki-nt out by
STuhr II ) C '! I'l "if Okmulgee, stutt
fair price i icumt-sloner rcpieslln,?
Fcul' m' ihr larger iclillers Jn lopr--n-if
.tun flt!m illlil town (if
limn i In send hltn (initiiiloiiK (if
purei df riiMriii', flmir ami potato'.-
mil sUmdiud nrthdis of elnthlt.K
I'rem Ilic ipoits, which arc v
ii. .'lnl in lie received riot hi tor than
tomorrow, I: It expected that .1 fno-
a ci irate statement nf t.ipli;
pim here can tic oblslned
s'uuir pr ' hcte imiik" ficnn Jl
1.. "' .4 p'Hili'l an.V frnni 'J lo He
rwi'il fur potatoes
WIFE'S ASSAILANT SLAIN
( Ik 1,1 li 111 111 ll) Man .shoots llarnc-1
Malcr lo Dcalli In Shop.
ll ,ini tattd l'ri,i Stat- W ire
iKI.AIIU.MA CITY. April 2i
l.du.inl llollironk shot ami kllleiMt
I.. Lindsay at 11 harness shop.-riero,
c.irl (Ills ninrnlliK an tho resirll of
an .illt'Kcd confession hv llotlirook'H
wife In which she Is said to have
told her husband l.lndsn.i had at
tacked her secral times.
Lindsay was busy at work when
llolbrnok enteied the shop and with
out speaking. Ilolhrook is" sold in
h.e stepped up to J.lnds-iy anil
fhM 11 bullet, through his head
Lindsay fell to tho floor dying and
llollirook Is said lo have flieil four
more bullets Into his (Him' liody.
Ilolhrook surrendered to a deputy
Nlicriff and Is being held on a charge
of mnrriec. .
'l.lmlKiy lias a wife and two chit-J
rtien living at Alexander, Ark.
REFUSED TO "TAKE BATH
Shawnee Woman Ocls DUone lie
cause Husband Did Not Clean I p.
IV A-mcUtot l'(cl HUti! U ,rr
SIIAWNKH, Okla.. April 22 Al-
'fflng her husband had" not taken
a h.tlh In ti 1 no months, had not
wanned his feel, face nor hands for
a simitar length of time and hod
not chanced his underwear for four
months, Mrs. .May Mci'miuou of this.
. ....I'...! A..l.'...l .. .11
' it... unnru iff .lliil i,i.,"ieu ll ill'
oric from Claude .McCannoii In the
dlktilol court cst?rday.
Mrs McCaunou claimed that when
(he woujd remonstrato with her hus
I'and oer his filthy condition that
he would grow ilolenlly anKly and
ihrrutcn her with boilllj harm.
State Brief a
IIO.MI.NY, Am II V2. It Ih .indel
stood heu that a II.UOO payiiienl is
to be made to th" 1 is, Kc i abnil
NtlliVtAV Ai.rll -.Melacllim of
Hght men lo represent IhU univer
sity m the siatv Ithodes scholarship
elections will lie niadn about May
l.", nccoidliiR- lo I'li'hldent llrooks.
TAIILKCJCAII. April H Otouuil
has been broken for the municipal
light hiiiI power plant, boiidx for
which were vied come months 11(40.
The plant will be on an elcaun:i
u 01 looking ill., cii).
t'lllillDKKl:, April 21. Tho
twelfth annual Alfalfa county field
meet and fine arts eonlest will he
held here. Friday and Saturday ol
this week. .Man M'hooln have Al
tered, but Jet ami Cherokee uiu et
peol'd to ,e llle chief competitor
for uililnllft honors,
I'AWIIIMxA. April 22.- Hy a
state yienie court order Hip mut
ter of rcrllf Iny the (deetlon reluriis
In favor of a eli manaitei' Iiik been
temiiudeit back to the district court
HlltliiK here In 1 an Judge Shlnim,
who Is ill. Is iin.ilde to he.ir the case,
a special JuiIkc will be supplied
hr J) null r d 10 I'mi'.i 1 1 ''lo.
nn,i I . ii 1 1 ri a in (sin wi'ii'.in wli'i n
I nhi foil 11 I IHing with 1I.11..4 is lib
Prt.NTA CITY, .uif"j7-Whpn
the l'resblerlnn unnoiiueeil the
i puichani of additional ruiinil for n
ehuich silo anil ntlled for eomplelw
' plans mid upwlflrntltnwi. It miiile nr-
I lain ths erection of thtte new
1 urch btilldhms this yeai at a tnll
ciml of I Kill, HO" The Methodists
1 and Christians ,Hre the othei twit.
OlI.TON, April 22. A IoiIho of the
' MoiMiehenrl leulun wan urTmnUctl
Matuiday nU'ht and II candidates 1 ti -'
lllateil into the hIMhest ileKrec of
Mooednni. The work ws put on
I by the Tulfii team. A ba:i'iuet and
j danco was tendered the new iiicni-
bcis, danclin: bcKlulilnit at V and
j endlnn only when HkI.iiiiiih put 'lit
1 electric wire out of oiiim.s-lon
I The nei meeting will he at Tulsa
pesthole Slxi men worked ffc V
Isbh :ii Hi,, rinciii Inii ! was , l
p. Ill before the bcih was re. ivri
rile workem bad lo era. i'c iron a
tho hole, us the entrance w it .tm ift
elKht Itiehos ,n diameter and tho ho c H
l'd.NC V CITY. April 2! - -I.iK'len
l''srnw orlh. Kuw Indlin. wits tnKeh
to the penitential y to -civk a ,cir
on a cliiirtie of rni.e preferiel ' his
wife Oilier cnnWclloiis bi listrb't
coiirl w-re Jesse lted 't -Ki 1 vli.
Ideitded utility to pasui-t a bail
chei Ii Jesse .MIIIIKan s mi'' irt'1
lloraic Cassldt nnnl' iJ 'f i.iia
molillc theft MlllUitn -iif' for
three m jr.- Hit I'th' r ,1 if t h
! 1 1 U.N'lt Y liTTA. Mn it . Korl
'iicies iiilJolnlnH the l.it-- 1 1 park a''
to be gicn lor tin pai ioe of .HI
'amiiM'iuent park, lie fa'lliiu ,1 Mini
iiner theater, swIiiiiiiImi; pool l.i It
and mu'Ioiis mtiai Hon- a I is
ample provtslo.is for 1 (lilb'rin
phOKroiiiiil V liitnlsi up! I e r
' will beautify the bio iii N Tin la el
I Is the properly of C 11(111 e.l
, operator til Foi l Win" h
N F.U'K I It K, April 22 Kith liar. I loM I Y. A nrll - l.e-i., st.uth.
rls, a negro woman if 1 hi kasii 1. 1 S-montliM olti sup of 1 ml miib. 11
hhs cle iicd of murdi r 1 11 the pl,-a if ' ttypsy pumper at Hostnti .i"'l. i-lld
the unwritten 1 1 y, . the jue. helm; mil Into a ;:o-fooi walei well Tuesdi.
only eipht miiHites H'i. fnllovsed just befne noon ililnhiint It wis a
A I I) .S
.Miiskoseo Sinn .Named A l.slant
Cllj .Munitser Under New lU'Kinic.
H AModnttrt I'rrrgStutc Wire
MI'SKuOKH. April 22. Imvld 1.
oumans. former uianaKor of tho
i stal lec and l'ownr plant, was to.
(Iru appointed assistant city mail'
Kcr iiml municipal purchasing
aB'ti', accordliiR to ni announce-in-111
made bv s.t .Maiiuue- It. I'
Harrison He will receive $3,000 a
"Mr and turned down a better sal
,lX''' nl position In order that he liilsht
fs.V-' 've the city.
Wheat llaiMfl .liine ",
OKLAHOMA CITY. April 22,
'lh wheat hancst season In OKla
boma I Ills year will IjckIii about
.line In tho southern pail of the
stale and about June t; In tin;
northern part, accordlnK to circular
letters hent out today by the statu
department of labor in answer lo
Inquires received from prospective
harvest hands in all parts of the
Dentist .Miiv Krister.
OKIAIIO.MA CITY. April 22.
l)entlstK,who live within the bordern
of the stale In territorial days I111U'
a ilifht to be licensed for 1'rictlce
now, It Is held In all opinion ulven
today hy the attornc) (eiicral's de
partment to the state board of den
ial eamlners. The Inquiry by the I
board was made with reference to'
Hie application for registration of
Hubert I,. Kails of Sapulpa
I'resh, sweet, while, dalmy lothcs
'.11' Imbv. If von use Ited Cro 1 Hall
ftlue. Never fctreaks or injures tluin
A'l Kood (jru e s sell it 0c 11 p'ickaKO ,
YOUR HAIR IS
"O-llan" Hair 'Ionic Mops Dandruff.
alllut; Hair, (irows l.nlV. of New
Hair. ot DlM'oxctj'.
You may have dandruff so badly
hat It drops white flakes all over
f,',',r clo"ies and your hair miiv be
talllnK out bv handfuls, jet -y.n,,,,
I PiOhnunecil Ku-K.ini Hair Tonle
quickly rids the scalp of eer par
tide of dandruff ulld ill once ches-ks
luur in iinti. i.:,ir n-i
on your sculp shows new Itfo.' Icnr
'(sunieMi. inicKiivNi anil more color
Hie loots erv rapidly absorb
y-Unn" Mali- Tonic Itald fpols
'Ml fill In with new hair. Your hair
and fi sain nerd (bis Mlmn1;.Hi,i.
s- imii ii,nr ionic, mi nnaten
our neares, druc store or
' 'lUnler unit i'ki v,,iitin it
' 'St much, so 1 trial anyway Is worth
while. Stenberft- Uros Tulsa, Okla,
"y mall, 50 cents.- Advt
Keep Your Skin
Fresh and Yound
Keep The System Clean
And You'll Be Healthy
Elimination helps to avoid colds, headaches and epidemics
ANYONH who has wnlcliol
liimseir know tliero is notli
in to important In lienltli
mnl comfort ns regular daily dim
inution, llnlf of thn minor illiiws
w of life lire i.'ue It) nettlce! nf this.
Tlio fivs million men who were in
, our army know the imKrt(tncc.
the doctor nt Imbed to this
11 y nil mentis try to rrfiiilalo
joiirlf liy intelligent diet anil
ccrcise, lint when these fail joii
will tietd 11 liiMilie, one n.s near
in natiiro in its action ns skill can
make it. In tho opinion of tunny
thousands of (jood American. Midi
n one is Dr, Gahlwcll's hjrup
Pepsin, whii h is n coliiliinoliou of
simple laxative lierlw with pepsin.
It nets promptly, pently and with
out irripiiiK and will with ceriinty
rrgulatc any tendency to 'coik.
stipalion thnt you mny have.
Take it when you feel drowsy,
di?7y or bilious, when joti feel n
cold or 11 fcer couiiin; on, when
there is an epidemic, when you
have eaten iintliiti iiIkmiI whidi
ynu are in doulil. ll is at sudi
times that mt need to he free of
poisons nnil of fcrmculiiiK foods.
S'011 can buy Or. ('aldwell's Srup
Pepsin at any dniK store. Thou
sands of families Iiiinc il con
stantly in tho Iioum; against
In spite of the cut tfutt Dr. Cold
tit Il'j Srup I'rf im is the I.irrit,rllin
Iiiftnd laxutiti: m tiic trorlJ, rhfie
lin oirr 6 million Kittles sotj each
year, iruiny 11 ho need its Ivnrfits luu e
not jet used it. tfynu h.icc not, send
otir name and adjrcjs or a fue trial
htlc to Dr. V li. CilJuvU. jtt
Washington St., Montircllo, Ulinoli.
Travel With a i
5 ii mice imniicaiircge s aus
Tht Hartmann has every
worth while wardrobe fea
ture. and in addition it has
The cunhion top, drawer
locking bur, shoe and hat
box, ironing board.
One ivs lllo-lriileil
Other Hartmann Ward
robes from $54.90 to $200.
Mail Orders Prepaid
III .Main Street
T'ulsu Kansas City
Ii. .1. Illcnhacli
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR ABOUT SHANNON'S
ll I 'I
rroi fur joiintflf lli.il I lir llimmlrr
U hri tor )tni, Mini) ruth
llixitlfr frit hire. Tomr tit our
ittrr. Mt In fnmt at thn lloostlrr,
(ImiikIUIhi: iur lnm It HI fit
Into )iir Mli lien uurk. Ilrttrr
fctHI. Inn It ti'iit mil to Unit )mi
chii nr(iiitll) pliirr 11 it ml MuilH
v ioHhlltttr n ii lr Hiirr and
rcuPinmlT HH.U T OS M) It
IIOMi; 4. KOI M), Mil) wr ktifs
Si Hi Ihiit jou (In HiU TOOAW
Best In the Judgment of Two
Two milium Anicjlmn luiusewues have aRieid that Hie
lloosler Kitchen Cnbnet Is the moat ha!isfaetor -ollierwln1,
tlfoy would oliMnU'ly have boiiKh' some other kind.
It is. founded on what the housewife KNOWS not on what
theorists think. We hue yhen eiei ninstriieilvo stiKKt'l!un
careful 4tudy-iicceited the proved IMI'UOVHMIJNTH
rejpoteil all tho iist'
Tho Hooslers p.itenled flour slfioi. which aim fluffs the flour,
Illustrates whal we me, in h a I'HoVlil) Improvenienl.
Hery dav th. nei . of , lloo-n i 1 YfH 11 KITt'HHN be
comes more and n ore apc.i runt And that need Is sharpened
b the present scar nj of ',JOI' km hi n lielp.
14 and1 16
.MMiil.c llomo ( of the sJH AH lx.0N
J Furniture J
THE SILENT SERVANT WITH A HUNDRED HANDS
Will Have the Call Friday 25 Off
The volume of this children's business ol" ours is rounded
upon service, style unci intrinsic value.
This Friday sale of all the children's spring coats is part of
the merchandising schedule for the month of April - and it
demonstrates completely some of (he 'advantages of shop
ping in the children's section, second floor.
Polo Cloth, Natine, Serge and Velour form the basis for
many attractive styles, well made and finished.
Colors include tan, rose, Copen and navy. Ages from '1 to
17. Regularly from $15.00 to $45.00.
Any wool coat at exactly 25',, off.
The Children's Silk
Dresses at 20 Off
Tnffolas and crepe do chine, both plain and
-Navy, brown, rose, tfrecn and Copen various
pretty and -attractive styles.
-There's plenty to choose from for the whole
stock is included.
-Ages from (5 to 17.
Regularly from $15 to $'17.
Junior Seel Inn Second I'loor
For Confirmation, Graduation or june Brides
Materials to make the "Heart's Desire Frock."
In a range of designs complete. IOmbroidcrcd,
cross bar and stripes.
Exquisitely sheer and fine, yet with sufficient "body."
M, '10 and '15-inch widths.
Priced at $1.00 to $7,50.
Shop by Correspondence
If You Live Out of Town Parcel Post
- -Simplify your buying problems by having
"Dorothy Day" make your purchases. She is an
experienced buyer and will exercise the same care
and thought in buying' that you would yourself.
Personal shopping service in charge of
More of the New
Lns Whit iKt'A
As they are called in the
Properly, long white French
12 and IG-button length.
Priced at $9.00 and $10.00.
Long, whi(e silk gloves at
$2.50, ,$;.()() and $!i.50.
(.hue Section Main I'loor
To match the hat. They create
the desired piquant effect with
their conventional scroll designs
that half conceal and half reveal
More sedate kinds with" silk
braid borders and chenile dots.
Regulation l'o-yard length.
Priced from $2.00 to $8.75.
Veil anil Veiling Secflmi .Mala Moor
WIJ Alii; .Mi;.MIH.IlH l THIS OI'I.N SIIOI' (SQI .IU; ,l)lwK) MOVI.MI.NT