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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1920
MUST PAY FINE
Fay Bennett Pleads
Guilty in Liquor
P MALT Vis $2,025
Costs Are $2,000 Says Mis
take Made in Shipment of
Trunk Containing Booze.
OKLAHOMA CITY, May 5. Way
Bennett today pleaded guilty to a
charge of having Intoxicating liquor
In her possession whllo teaching
school at Krimnnil and was fined JI!5
and costn by Judge n. U Wllllamn In
the federal district court. The cost
In the cae Is wild lo be about lU.OOO
The lmuor was found In a trunk'
seized which wan la the po.-weeslon i
of Miss Hennutt. Hho protentinl to
the offneiH at the time, that she did
not know the trunk contained liquor
find that a mistake was mado by
ehlpmcnt nnd delivery. Hho con
tended that the trunk which wan
shipped front Kansas City wiin not
Intended for her. Her home is In
N'oal Cook pleaded gnlty beforo the
ceirt to the chinno of nel'mg intoxi
cating liquor within a radius of 10
tailed of n military encampment nnd
vas fined J100 by Judge Wllllaois.
MAXEY TNlUDGESrllP" RACE
Muskogoo Democrat Illcs for I'tirx
plrcvl Term on Supremo Hctirli.
Ily AseoclatAd rrrsi SUte Wire.
OICLAUOMA CITY. May 5. .V. It
Mamy of Muskogee, democrat, filed
application today as a candidate for
Justlcn of the supreme court from
the Kevcmth district to fill tho unex
pired term of Chief Justice Owen,
resigned. Tho term will extend from
January, 1021, to January, 1923.
Edward K, Reardon of Oklahoma,
republican, filed us a candidate for
representative In congress front the
Tlfth district. W. O. Woodward of
Snyder, democrat, filed for the stale
senate from tho Sixth district. Can
didates for the houso of represcnta
ttlves who filed today are R. IL Kltz
g'lrald of Ilob.irt, democrat, Will
Urn Dodd of Guthrie, republican,
Second district of Logan county;
W. P. Klmeror of Dover, republican,
and T. iZ. neck of Jefferson, Grant
High School Lad Killed
Riding Home from School
SHAWNKU, Okla.. May 5.
Douglas Dees, 15-year-old high
school student of Hemlnolo, near
her, was Instantly killed yesterday
afternoon as he was riding homo
from bchool. The !nd was approach
ing the railroad crowing and saw a
train wns too near for him to at
tempt to cross. Ho gave a sudden
lerk on the reins and threw his
horse back on him, the horn of the
saddle striking the lad's head and
crushing the skull.
The hope of America rests with the folks who
are saving Saving in clothes expenses, in food
expenses, non-essentials, and who put the
money they save to work.
A dollar idle or badly spent hurts America just
as much as does an idle, careless individual
Both are slackers.
Learn to shop Learn to buy what you need
and don't; be your own judge and jury on what
you think you need. Don't neglect your family
or yourself, but don't be over generous in what
you judge necessities.
Put what you save bv thrift awav. That's the
only way we will redeem our country.
Exchange National Bank
Exchange Trust Co.
"The Bank Wich a Heart"
I'ONCA flTV M.iv -rlniLvs
M. Cope him juni rriurncd fioni a
several weeks' trip in Mexico with
Marlanil utflinlH !!. hii Ml'" ion
Utlonn there ale not a
( woiil'l have
.. nee.ii., h-
illts and outlaw Reneral
uh believe. What Moxl
Mye, Is get rid of about Ino-thlnls
uf us el r-conn 1 1 1 n led generals.
OKLAHOMA CITY, May 5.-Hither
Intel est In f lulling lias lagged In
Oklahoma, or owner of private
lakes and person.) living on or near
Ktreams do notThre for fish to stoek
those waters, aoeordlnR to Hen Watt,
state fish and game warden. I'ew
.ipplleatlons for fish have been re
reived. although the slate hatchery
haw offered to deliver them free.
MIAMI. May fl. Partners of Ot
tawa county will begin Immediately
Uje raising of a fund among them
selves to buy or build an elevator
here. The Farmers' Co-Operatlve Is
backing the plan.
I'ONCA CITY, May 6 Grace
Kplscopal church has been declared
an Independent parish by Bishop
Thurston and the .invocation, with
Hev. J. S. Uudlong In chargii as
rector. The local church was the
first In the state to raise Its quota
for the national fund of the church.
MIAMI, May f. Figures gathered
by tho Interchurch movement show
that Otlawa county has only 3,173
regularly enrolled church mem
ber, although tho population Is
more than 10.000. The aggregate
church property In the county Is
f ir.7.430. and the 24 preachers get
an average salary of M.120 a year.
Miami Christian chun.li is the most
costly edifice, being valued at
BKO.rtS, May 5. Tho dedication
of tho Baptist church hern Sunday
will Include addresses by Dr. W. W.
Chmcellor of Oklahoma City uml
Judge I'hllos Jones of Shawnee
Basket dinner at tho church Is part
of the program.
rONCA CITY. May 5. Following
the oxamplo of tho school board, the
Methodist trustees rejected as too
high nil bids on tho construction of
tho new building, anil will roadver
tlso In the fall. They had plannod
an expenditure of 150.000, nnd tho
bids ran frum J65.000 to 172,000.
FAIRFAX. May 6. Osag Indian
children are maklnp good attendance
records at the school provided for
them. There are 52 enrolled here,
with an average attendance of 17,
and at Grayhorso there uro 17 on the
roll with 14 attending.
BEGOS, May 5. The gas com
pany supplying this city has for
mally nsKcd for a raise of rate from
35 to 4 4 cents, with 4 per cent dis
count for prompt payment. In view
of the vl'iinous service rendered
here last winter there Is much op
position to granting the application.
The wholo matter will be discussed
Friday when the gas men will meet
the consumers, after which the
board of trustees will tako action.
There Is n right and mtoiik way
to do nil thlncM. tint The World
I Want Ad wny Is alwuys right.
DANK ,' COMPANY
Cushiim Man Asks Fifty
. " . - , ... "
Thousand of Sheriff
of Payne County.
tt. Awiwutei! I'rrss W Iff
CI'SHl.NG. Okta , Mav & - Dale It.
Sears, cashier of the Oklahoma State
bank of this city has filed suit for
50. 000 aealnst O. It. Lllley. sheriff
of l'nn county, alleging that the
sheriff slandered him by declaring
that a robbery of the bank Novem
ber 5 was ' an inside Job." Two men
worn recently acquitted of the rob
bery. The alleged slanderous statements
aro said to be the result of testimony
of Sears at the trial that h" was the
only man In the. bank at the time of
the robberv After an Investigation
by the sheriff statements were at
leg. d lo hase heeli made that the
"cashier got the monev"
The esse m t,i he tried at Stlll
w liter at the nru term of the !ls
FIX HARVEST" HANDS7 WAGE
l"nrmcrs of State Will Meet at Knhl
Sntinilay I" Ft Scale.
Ill Aociloil lTf.ii Mtlr V. ir
nu'l.Aitii.M A CITY. May - A
scale of wages fm harxrst handu In
rui,nn,.i rM. dm I'fiTnini? M'tiMin
,ii.hlv u'ln i fispd next Saturday
when farmers from all parts of the
stale will meet at Enid with tho
Oklahoma Wheat Growers associa
tion, It wns stated at tho board of
i uii.t ilm iiHMnelutloii nron
..ki in iAtn in t.mke n mnp rate
nuij - - - .
In tho stale rathor than tho flat
rate put Into effect by Kantian nirm
. iiiitiinhnn rnndav. when
pay for harvest labor wns fixed at
70 cents an hour mis year.
PROBE CHEROKEE CHARGES
Stnto Official Will lmestlgate Claims
of Land Speculation,
tiv Au.nclleil l'ruw Htt Wire
nvi.Aiin.MA CITY. May 5.
George F. Short, assistant to the at
torney general, will go una wcok io
Cherokee to Investigate alleged f.pee-
... ..minlv nfftrlnlM in eon-
nectlon with the purchase of a poor
larm tor inn enuu.j. uu- unu. ...j
general announced ioaay. ki. h
Thravcs, an assistant attorney gen-.-nt
...in rrt in riM.if? rnontv to as-
111,4,, ".II F" ' ' ' v n ....-v -
slat the county attorney In enforcing
requirements for protection nHiiumi
tiro in noieis, u wao iiuuihii.u.
Oil Company Pincl.
nKM.AIIO.MA CITY. May 5. A
fine of J500 was Imposed on tho
it.... mi b. TiAiAimimMii (n. ny
I1U4.U w i ' -
i the corporation commlwdnn today
!for failure to plug an abandoned
oil well near tne ilea river hi mi
...iinlu Th ..nmrnlaalnn nr
111.411 LUUIIVi - - .
4ar.il fVi., if thm wt.ll if. nnt Tiluzcen
K. M,,. 1G th enmnnnv shall nay
!ap anllionai tine o i uuo a any mi
each day until it is piuugeo..
liroken Arrow Uric fa
HlltHvi:.S' AIlltiHV. Mm !
lUlt lirl.N will open the pnllllial
atiinalRn In thin locality when lie
hpraks hero at 10 o'clock ThiliK-lav
morning. We hive u dun nerei""" "', . ,, ,
lwi.mliiiir. Mr l'APflH fnr I'tlllml Hlulr'
(.enatot mid It has a larst. member-:.
ii. in i, i ...i,,.!.,,, i.. , .
ililKis sou ill of here, lapped the khii.I
Tue.dH mi a well, which, when shol.
barrel, dally The prospect of tin -
. ' . . t
wen coming in wrong no siimuiaicu
else art lit en in ih.il neighborhood
Official notice his bc 11 tecelved
v the cliy muncll from Hie corpora
Hon conimlsnion of the granting nf,rrr" 1
,1 raise In rates for the gas compaiii
fiom 20 10 2 cents, with to per cent
ciiecount toy prompt payment, in
stead of 5 per cent. The new rale
became effertlxe May 1.
A complete canvass or the re
turns shows the results of Saturdaj s
tag day to have been quite snlUfac-
tory. Tho receipts go lo tne pumir
r. B. Burnett lell Sunday for
Thaer. Mo. where he expected to
clc! up the deal on a large acre
age of land.
The paMng company now has n
full force of men at work on Main
street and promises the entire Job
will bo pushed without runner delay
A series or revival meetings un
file First Methodist church Is being
held at tho Christian church this
week, with Evangelist J C Watson
in charge, nsslsied by Rev Hornce
A neiitlon Itis heen gotten un hi
he Indies ami liberally signed bv
Fjtimi ft'moui "jut enough
Turlcuh" blend h received many
noteworthy endorsement from greit
botch, leading clubs ind prominent
people but here is recognition not
merely of iti quality but, if you
will, of its "tocial Handing.'
Nor is the reason difficult to find.
Three words explain it ."just
(tinne.- men al.inK the i i' loun
i! to rvluilr . hi 1 1 . i 1m trinii this
I t o i 11 . Ai llim will itibablv bo taken I
'hi the next meeting nt the loiituil
T Slminims lia pun haed (loin
' nuiiee. hit in- vera neiei aim
I ' ''''" h.rite A not he. liupor
j ", hiieln; s trailer.. .Iiiiiiik the
kiw.i. nii" i" ...... inn.-..
A! nnliiuiu i hi. h com. up fin-
final lending at Hie next council
Hieoiiiig win ereme ine niiice oi cn
t"lllltn lllspectoi anil malie the cH)'
. " . " ,,."rM ,1
:1"" ' ."Khest pi iced Jer-
' .mv ..iillln mmittil In IIiih m,.,.1Ihii
7 : ,, ,, i t 1
, '"'; ,,; ,, , , i ", ,
" and both m il- and fennel
""'f, ,""'" "",r "um ",pr
1 NfllYlfc UUUN I T AiTUInJ I tbb 1
Creek Count) Ciiiiiiih-iIouci Meet
Yivtenlay mill TimI,),
Spp.nl to Tin- Wcirlil
SAIM'LI'A. May 5 About three
dass will be required lo transaci the
business before the Creek county
commissioners who opened their
meeting here this morning with the
ett lenient of a score or more of
claims against the rount for vaiiotii
chubcs Among business taken care
of today, the following appoint
inents were made Charles Kllgore
constable of Newby township, A. O
Driimrlght, Justice of tho peace at
Slick, Jind Fred Manascn. constable
at Slick for Kuchee township.
Tomorrow (.everal other appoint-
menls are to be made, It was an
nounied. Inilurllng a Justice of the
peaie at Sapulpa to succeed .1 J
Mi Donald who ills 1 ppe.ired e
eral weeks ago and h.ifc mo bei n
found Constable (Ins I'll)' hs
been suggested fur 1 It t place 111
which cuee another .iimtable for
Sapulpn would be appoint! d Frank'
Hickman will prohablv br .ipimlnt
ed Jiixtlcc of the peace at Di wmt ight
II was asseiled
The coiiiinlsitoncrs present Imla i
w ere Vance Llkeli. Aaton Di iiiurigllt
uml S.imuti II smith.
iniM OflUMITTCC Tfl CHMV
M,"m" uumni i i i uu ,w ww.uu
Will Bench Mule Nel Veiliiit.ila ,
anil Will Start liucMlg.itlon.
Ill A"H"c llml I'l-ew Sluli. W ll
OKLAHOMA CITY. Mi s -To
Invi'sllgalr coinlitloiiM In OKI ilinin.l
afferlliig Ihe question nf exteliihtiK
Hie trust period for land of Hie Osage
1 ml I ins. the committer oil Indian at
fans of ihe house of lepienetiiaim
will lsll llii' stale net Wednesdav
artlilng at I'liwhuska at noon of
thai d.iv, aciordllig lo word received
here today by Altornev tieiicrnl
I'reellng llepresentatlve Homer I'
Snvdcr of New York Is chairman of
the cnmmltlee Heprescnt.itlvc
Charles i Carter of Arilnioie is one
of the memharH.
Attorney ucneral I'reellng will
meet the cnmmlllee at I'.ivv luinka,
lie said, nnd will oppose the exten
Ion of the present trust period,
which expires In 1331 If tho period
In not extended, oil produced on
OtHige land will he subject to pay
ment of gross production lax to the
stale, he contends.
Stop quarreling villh .vourself. I'se
World Uanl Alls In bring )oii liar-
zA(T ulT uf T)I3jL TO H. R. H.
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by the hosts was Fatima.
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