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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, MAY M, 1920
CONGRESS ASKFE)777'7' and jeff-jeff
FOR RAIL RELIEF!
Would Extend Period for
. Paying Hack Revolv
ROADS STILL TIED UP
Congestion la Little Improved
jib Companies Try to Ex
WASHINGTON, May l. Cnn-
gross was kcd today to help tli'-t
railroad overcome the freight run .
cost I mi no ii lo I! prodtirllnn--needed
In pin ilon n Urn com 'if llv
inn going nt full lilt.
An a moan nt enabling the toad
lo provide equipment, vliortHg of
which I mill lo be largely rospnn
nlbln fur failure lo mnvn mountain
of freight piled high nl the principal
galewciyii In thn naat mid middle
went. the Hliiilr'n Interstate! fiim
merrei committee approved mm
amendment lo the transportation
net under which thy would he Riven I
If. yoiirH Insiesd or five lo pay linen
advance inidiir tho 1 300,000.(100 re
Uullroad official sflld Hint wubl
heb. Inil I hey pointed nut Hint lbs)
Immediate trouble called for heroic
mensurta lo relievo congestion mid
(hut the carrier for Instance, r
rpjlrod 220,000 earn lo roach nor
mill. Hxrrpl In southern territory,
where the southbound movement
Wu doiiuiod normiil, report today
from the hlg IndiiMNul center
showed that railroad companies
worn trying to die thcmtolve out
from under nn accumulation of
freight that who piling nl' nt "II
calowii) ii ft km It w being
Representative of the American
railroad association's) ,car service
enmmlllee lelleraled llnil a (.light
Improvement was noted over condi
tions provnlllng a week ngo( al
though the big congestion rontlniwd
wllh no Indication as lo how noon
conditions might got hack to normal.
PONCA CITY, May 13.- Consoli
dated HlutementH of Hip five liunk
of thin city show a total of deponltM
on April .10 of H 707.1 87. 1)0. unit of
imoiirreH JO.lSII.n li.St!. A ImlldlnK
nnd loan ntatemmit of hiiiiih dale
nhnwii reBourceM of 2&!,.-7r..3K , flrxl
morti;aKe(i .oulHtundlliK, $3Bt.C00i
cniillol Htock lnHued $1,175,-00.50;
proflln nlni'e Jatuiary 1, $10,53-1.29.
TAHI.WtJ.'AH. May 13. It In
claimed that wildcat dlnllllerlcn nro
plentiful In different nnctlnnri of Ihli
rounty, hut owliiK to Mcarclty of fed
eral office-it, no oiihIiiiikIiI haM yet
hcen made on thei,o place. It 1
nald thnt over In Iho HiiKar m'Jiin
tnln district they make, two vurleUen
of corn Juice, "one white and 'toiler
PUUHY. May 13. The erection
of a church hulldlng, to cost JfiO.ooo,
ha been fully decided upon hy tint
Ortthollcil of thl city, J30.000 of
that amount being nuhncrlbed at the
clone of Hunday nervlce. Tho pew
odlflro 1h to ho of brick and tdono
nud conntrurjllon work will atari n
tho near future. Pather Wllllrord
has hcen the prlcnt hero for a num
ber of yearn.
Hl-NUYKTTA. May 31.---The four
bank of this city report the following
deposit In slnlement of May l!
First National, 11,273,3 19.08; Minors
National, $780,879.3 1 nitlzonn hank,
nn nut o i . . i i i . .
Hlate bank $347 0C9 1- to 1 J3 -1
361 "fl 55 m, T Increase of t. ore than '
jbj,.ui 6J, an increase of mory tlian .
Ari,n.?r .hTri..li"U."f m!oU! -.','.!;
hn?,,hli,i. r , , iil-lV Ji
bat)k. subsidiary of tho Henryetta
Blnte, of 25(,000. makes a grand
total Of $3, 01 ..291.50.
V - .
rn.vTiNi'i-t) rii't.M , l'A'ii: n't:
(he president will bo eliminated, had
not been doclded tonight. The meas
ure carries $101,000,000 for salaried
and miscellaneous ox-pennes of many
eTovcnimcnt departments and It must
b approved In some form by the
end of Juno or these funda will
The president also cited several
other measures proposed In Ihe
present congress to support his
churgo that these had been "an
Invasion of the provlnco of tho ex
ecutive, calculated lo result In un
warranted Interference In the proc
Qrincs of good government." IIP
;ld that some of these measures he
had permitted to become law as tem
porary expedients, but that he felt
the time hnd como to call n halt he
fore "destructive" precedents hail
Tho section r.f tho appropriation
which led to the veto would pro
hibit the printing or mimeographing
of any government publication, ex
cept tiy authority of lite Joint com
mittee. Huoh provision, wild the
president, would glvo tho committee
"power to determine what Informa
tion shall bo given to tho people of
tho country hy tho oxecutlvo depart
ments." floth Kcnator flmoot and Kcpre
sentatlvo flood, however, asserted
that the committee nlready had been
given control over government pub
llcatloim by an act which the pres
ident signed on March 1 1919. and
tVlltf Mir, l,ltftl.t rtt Mm .,iA. .tw...
Vision was to extend that power no'
meritorious periodicals could ho
a row oetween me joint com
mltteo mid llogor W. liabson. for
merly connected with the commit
tee, nn public information, was,
blamed for thn president' action j
by Senator fimoot, who said In his
jtatoment that Habson apparently
had "rpndo uso or the president or
.Is advisors In earning out h s
threat and determination to end iho
OO.borsJtlp, which, without the least
foundation, ho ha charged against
tho Joint committee.
"The president or Ills advisers
have npt been grov(ouhly misled
In this voto," Sanator -Smoot con-
i s i -tit.,pr, wmo; i (! VRtnes mk that all wc , Dcn't be"siLC7
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SPEAKS FOR IRELAND
Ill- l.ou loi nf e nr, III l
lit ci- .Milieu on lil-li (Jni'flloii
nl IIIkIi seliool Sutunl.is MkIiI.
Iloiirenentallvivt of all rreedn will
make tip the reception commlllee for
Dr. Owen It. I,o.ejoy .the New York
i lei'KyniMn ami piil'llclit who la lo
BpeHk on (he Irinh iiietlon at tile
hlKh iieliiMd . ii (tit i r I ii n HaturdHy
n 10 ii t .
Chalrmeii of commltlee have heen
apixilnled an follow: I'rograto,
.Indue I. If. Moronity, rvecipllon, C
.1. (lallanhar; puhllclty, A. I'.
Hweeney, iKhem and hall, J. .1.
.lildfie Moroney expect lo have an
allraitlve pmitram Itioliiillnr; iniml
eai tin mi lie- Ik on a real Irlih harp hy
Tulaa urtiMt ami tliiilllni; Hiinit
of ln-iand hy well known tuiwi
voenllntH. Thn proKnim will ho an.
tiounced Halurday inornlni;.
Thero will ho no ehurito for nil
mlitidon nor any eatt renerved The
hull will I"' opened at 7 o'clock and
the rill" will he first noma, flint
Will l.niti' V nl U::i() for l'lciilc in
NIchoN' I'lirni, Near ratiMina.
Approxlniatoly .100 HolarlaiiH, wllh
Ihelr wived and famllle, will leave
at 2 30 o'clock this nflcrnnon for
Walter NIcIioIm" farm near C'atooHa,
where they will he rucM at n l'r
hecue. An entire heef I lo ho pre
pared enpeclally for Ihe occaidon of
their vlxlt and Ihero la to he plenty
of "flxin'H" to accompany Iho har
Tho trip will he made In niitomo
Idles, tho Htart to ho from tho Y. M.
C. A. at 2:30 o'clock prompt. 1)1
rectloitu for reaching tho Nlchola
farm may he olitalned at the Y hy
tlioae who get a lale tari. Dinner
'Will he nerved at S.30 o'clock thlit
GREEN SPEAKS TO AD CLUB
Tells Ni't'ds for IU'Uit Huslne-. Hit
lean In TiiImi at lainiiicon.
William I. Clreen, organization
secretary for tho National vlgilauco
cnmmltteo of tho Associated Adver- ,
Using Clubs of tho World, went Into ,
tutlller itetaiis regariitug mo lorma- -
Hon of a better bUMlness bureau
bere u-heo bu sookft at the wceklv
luncheon of tho Advot Using club In
tlu. tea room of Hotel Tul.a at nuiiii
Mr. tlreen-exprensed li Im belief that
a buroaii I almost a necessity In
Tulsa utt much so ns It Is In any
other city In the I'nlted Hliiles whero
'l,CH0 "v" ,r'"'
I'1"""""'1 HUccesses In eliminating
t I1(iv..riiMinir mwi in
'UK "I'uut clo.er co-operation and
confidence between merchant and
., , ,,,11,i,1-..rH I
,mu -'ini". I
THE CHILDREN'S DAY
717 KOt'TIl rilKYlSNNIG
Children Cared for During Working
or .Shopping Hour.
OIKiANIZi: YOUK IIUSINKSK
Atk for detail! o( Common l.aw Com
unlet under Declaration of Truil.
Cororatlorni Orranlied In Any mala.
flOl Kennedr Mldr Tnlia, OXIa
NKKKATZ AMI ('. MIMIUK
10 Wt Third Btraat
SI. A. llriH'kciirldgo Ix-o DanlcJ
Chan. It. Unstick
Brocltinridgc, Costiclc &
Ktclmngo National Hank Hulldlng
riioiif osngti 700 jniisa. okia.
Dr. John Lec
Diseases of Women
113)4 Koulli .'Main Kt.
rtmt tonrl't conipanles. Klght
Illtereatlnr aumnier toura to
Huron and battlerields, J t:,0 up
l -.7 linn l.a !l I .
33.1 Ilohlnson Hulldlng
l'hoiio Owigo OHB
has set a reasonable va ujaton on
' owe or -mc i ithat ll mumrr dL' 11H,vi,1fT 1 r M V ..umimg
Itrokcn Arrow Ilricfn
IlKOKKN AllltOW. M.i 13 -
llnil Itolierl. a nun'r. while en-i
gaged in I In. operation of a mnilii .
nliotel at the Kvan coal mine. wa
caught beneath falling rock Wotlne
day afternoon anil nuidalncd rcvoral
nurtured hone of hit right foot,
together with a few oilier nllghl In
juries. A hlnx Wodnentlay afternoon
oaud hy the nceldeiilal Ignition of
gnnollno leaking from a iar, for a
nhort llmu thtentened Ihe llaaer
(illver garage. The flaufe weie ex
HnKulfied with the aid of chemical
before tho arrival of ihe fire depart
ment, with only a nllght damage.
All dupartmeilH of the llroken
Arrow uhool cloved Thurnday for
tho niimmer vacation.
Interevt rontlnue lo Increase In
Ihe MethodlHt revival meeting In
Piogre In tho rhrlMlan church
Thl week' service h.ivlng attraol
ed n number of ihe local lodge
vhoxo meiiiber are atlenillng In a
bodv and noeupylng npeclally re
nerved nertlnni of the church. Tues
day nl,ght wuh MiiNonic and llntttorn
Htur nlgltl, followed by M. V. A.
H. N. A. on Thut'Mlav night wllh
I'Vldny night for tho Odd bVllow
and llebekah. Itev. .1. ('. WatHon
la delivering npeelnlly prepared nr
inoioi on thentt night.
W. I'- l-'raker nhlpped four choice
head of puro hrod .Shorthorn cattle
lo Tulsa Thurnday to go In tho mile
Of tho Tulna county miorthorn breed
era nale next Monday.
A chiH composed of Mesijame N.
I. . M, indent, II, K, I (a nut id, .1. I,,
flreene nud .1 A. Ilnrth go to Tulna
Friday evening to tnko the Initiation
Into tho order of the I .nil lea Oriental
Hurlim of North America, Aaha
Court. A still larger delegation of
llroken Arrow ladles expect to be
Initiated Into the mysterle of this
LODGES AND SOCIETIES
I.OPOi: No. 71 meet every
Tluiredav Neil m e a ll n u
Tloira.lay May Work tn M.
iieKree. I nlnlnenrlnK at I
. ..-..inn ri.niiir.
A JOHN A WALKIilt. W. 11,
"''r. i.oit.h win hola , pedal
(e''. r:"",".'."'l", '.'.n ...T,"".
It ttnru In I.! A . i
oininrnrina at : e tn Vieli'
pjV-i,.t V"',,",,,J iuvim.1 ..laaonie
KP 'll C Kaufman, W M
Arthur llaker. H.m.i.,
PRTUOI.KItM I.OIHII5 NO.
ry . rlilty exrept arond
Nel roiiimiinlfi Inn
2) My 51 cuinnieiainic .J0 e. 11
..nin in 1, a anil wnrk n
tha r r ii.fr... viii,ir.
eprriany io ilea
M 11 I-I.K..Mlt:il. VI. M,
ll 11. IIANNA. H.or.l.rr
TUIJIA CilAI'TCIt, O. K. B, nir. I," fir,.
anil tlilnl Weilneailkr of the
month at Maaonlo hall, flral
merllnn bualnaaa. aeconil.
Illlllagon anil ancial.
Mitt). TKMIMR TKNNANT.
....... w..r,h' Matron.
.,r r.ii.ii i-Anr, nee,
TUl.aXCIIAI'TKII No CI, u. A. M. m.eti
lirai anJ third Monday uf each
month Tat meeting M outlay
It. K. NKW'liOIISIC 11, V
M, A. HNVllKlt. Sacratary
j TltlNlTV fOMMANDIIlir Nn. to meate
1 vun. aecond and fotirih Mnn.H
Work In Order of ih Temple.
May s:, t p, 11, ninner at
VUASK HKAMAN. n.rordar
AKDAIl TKMIi.K. A A. O, N m" H? Neil
regular meeting Krlday, May
11. MIS H.iulti Mala Phone
H! t'ercmonlal May n
MAMUI-.I, It UVK. I'of.utat.
11 M WKl,l.lVKIt, llecorder
M tinil.V l,OI)OR NO S. I O o V.
.-vem meeitn May 1J. 1 p In.
1'lral degree, t'liat workout A.
V A. drgme alaff. Vlaltorv
welcome at all meellnia.
J I' MOdltl: N u
M lv I'DINDSTONK. See
HA I Nt AMPMl.NT NO . O"
ySSCs' 0 ''" ""( aecund and
r-yC.V fmtrttt Vrl.Uv H .. - t.
t - . - ,- ... , .v. ,
hall, KU i.att Fecund.
TULSA ItUIIKKAII NO J6. I O O K.
nmli eecond and fourth Krl-
Cy'. 'p' K v '. '
TULSA CANTON NO IS. I o o r" mean
flrat and third Krlday, I
I' in.. Mualrlana' hn. iii
COM MITT KB
TUUSA CAMP No. (ill M. W ot A. and
I Ul A ItuNTAK ( AMI No. 9101
It N of A. meata at err Tuea
ity tlght at K. or I'. Wll. tl
I'.ail Hc.-oml atreet. Vultore
II K Mrl'llne. Cnneui.
A A. Iluchea. o-i:, Clerk.
aire, p 1- nenne.iy,
. o.-om, Oracle.
Mra. I J. Wright. .
li.r.MU MUHIKr HI, K. P.,
meela every Thursday night
at K. V Hall, l!aat Secon.t
Neil meeting May IS, Vlalt
InR knlghta urged tn attend.
C A WILLIAMS. 0 L.
11 U RANIIKIIS, ll 8
PAHA OIIOTTO NO. it MKKTH jeHST
eaiurnay in eacn month
at Maaonla Hall, Cere.
monlal May 31 Qrotto
tub dance May 14,
M A Snyder. Monarch
11, o, Uretn, Secretary.
a. -rr j
order nt the ,,exl meetlntr of the LEGAL LEGAL LEGAL
Til wi ronnltitory. I I ... .
v. .1 CroMei, formerly of 'ho Klratl
..aiionai nana or iirogen Airow naa
puiehaned tho lllxhy Htaie hank at
....I... . - . - ....
'. 'on iraonier nr wie woi K ion
Ing been made narly In the week
Mr Cross expeets lo move hi fam
ily lo lllxhy rlalurday fro.11 Norwood,
Mo., whero they have resided for
Ihe past fow months, at which place
Mr. Cros had banking Interests,
PERMIT PARKING ONE HOUR
Suggestion of Itotallers Actcil I'kii
by Now I'ollti. Chief
Parking on Main street will he
limited to one hour This rule was
adopted at a special meeting of the
police officials and thn Retail Mer
chants' association yesterday.
The original Intention wa lp pro
hibit parking on Main, but the llo
lall association afforded the sug
gestion of limiting to one hour. Thl
suggestion was adoped by Chief John
A. (liista fson. and will take effect
Monday. Ho has Issued orders to tho
traffic men lo enforce tho rulo
Publlehert In the Tulea Dally World on
May 13. 11. It. 1 and I. li:o.
World I'uhllahlng Company,
Kt.r.CTION PHOt'LA MATRON
Notice ta hereby given that an election
by the ipiallflrd electors of the HchfMd
Iifatrtct known and dealgnaled as the
"Hoard of Kducatlon of the City of Tulaa,
of the State of Oklahoma." comprising
territory within atlld City nf Ttilaa arid cer
toln territory thereto anneaed for school
tnirpnaea, will be held In aald Hchool Dla
trlct nn Tueaday, the l"th day of May.
1920, between the houra ot t.00 o'clock
A M. and 7:01 1. M. of aald day, for the
purpnie of electing th following school
School Director No, 1.
School Director No. 7.
The voting plarea and election officials
In each district or precinct tn aald Hchool
District for euch election are aa desig
nated In a rLanllillnn nf the Hoard of
t'ommlsslonerrof the City of Tulsa fixing
Dated this 7lh day of ftay. 1950.
(Seal) T. I). KVANS.
M ft H FHANK SHAMAN
KHANK K. IH'NCAN. v
Published In the Tulsa Dally World.
May 13. tl. It, 1 and IT. 1920.
World Publishing Company,
A IlKSOLt'TION CAI.I.INCI AN HLKC
THIN foil TIIK IM'HPOMK OK HLIII'T
Nit Hilf)OL DIllLCTOH NO I AMI
SCHOOL DIlllK'TOIt NO 7 I'On Till!
IIOATID OK HIHCATION OK Till: CITY
OK TL'LSA. OK Till. NTATK. OK OKI. A
HO.MA. AND DIVUIINI1 SAID SCHOOL
DISTUH'T INTO HI.HCTION' I'ftr.CINCTS
oil DiSTiiicTS rou Tin; riuroit: ok
StlCH IILKCTION AND KSTA III.1SII1M1
POLLINtI PLACKS IN K.AIil DISTUH'T.
AND DKCLAIIINO AN H.M IHlO B.NC V
11 K IT 1IKSOLVKD HT Till! IIOA11D
OK COMMISSIONK.ll.S OK TIIH CITV OK
That there be. and there hereby Is call
d an election by Ihe qualified Vetera
or the school instrict known ann nesig
nulcd as the "Iioarit of Lduratlon of the
t'lty of Tulaa. of the Slate of Oklahoma."
comprising territory within aald city ami
certain territory annexed thereto for
school purposes, to be held In such school
district on Tuesday, the Hlh day of
Ma, 1920, for the purpose of electing
two directors of aald Hoard nf Rduciillon.
to-wtl School Director No I and School
Director No. T. aa provided by Ordinance
Nn, 1101 of the ordinances of the City
of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
That for the purpose of surh election Ihe
poltlnif nreclncta or districts within sui U
school district shall be. and hereby are
established as hereinafter bounded and
drecrlbed to. wit:
I'HKCINCT NO. I
llrglnnlng at the Intersection of Second
ond Main atreels. thence Hast nn Second
Streot lo the Midland Valley Hallway:
thence Northeasterly along the Midland
Valley Hallway lo the Intersection with
"the M K. . T. Hallway. Ihenco wester
ly along- the M K T Hallway to
Main Street, thence South on Main
Street to the place of beginning.
I'HKCINCT NO. J
Heglnnlng at the Intersection nf Msln
Street and Krlsco Hallway, thence Nnrth
nn Main Street tn the XI., K T Hall
way, thence Westerly along the M . K
T Hallway to tho center, line of May
hell Avenue thence South on Maybell
Avenue to Hrady Street, theiif Kast nn
Hradv Street to I. -worn. thCnre South
on Lawton to Ihe I'rtsco Hallwnv.
Ihenco Laslerty along the Krlsco Hall
way tn the place of beginning.
PltHCINCT NO J -
Heglnnlng al the Intersection nf the
rrWu Hallway and Main Street thence
Southwest along said Krleco Hallway lo
the Intersection of Second Street, thence
Hast on Second Street to Krlsco Avenue.
Thence South on Krtsco Avenue to Third
Street, thence K.aet nn Third Street to
Main Street, thence North nn Main
Street to the place of beginning.
I'HKCINCT NO I
All of that territory between Recond and
Slith Streets and between Main Street
and the Midland Valley Railway.
PnKClN'CT NO f.
All of that territory between Slith and
K.leienth Slreeta and between Main
Street and Ihe Midland Valley Hallway
lilKliMT NO (
All that territory between Third and
Setenth Streets and between Main
Street and Denver Avenue
I'HKCINCT NO 7
Heglnnlng at the Intersection nf Denver
Attnue and Third Street, thence. West
on Third Streel to Krlsco A'enue.
thence North on Krlsco Avenue to Sec
ond Street, thence West on Second
Street t. the Krtsco Pallway. thence
South along the Krlsco Hallway to Sev
enth 'Street, thence K.ast on Seventh
Street to Denver Aenue. thence North
on Denver Avenue to the place of be
I'HKCINCT NO -
beginning at the Intersection nf Lawton
and I'lrsi Streets, thence North onJ.aw
lon to llrady Street: thence West nn
Hrady tn Maybell Avenue,; thence North
on Maybell Avenue to tit M K A T
Hallway thence Westerly along aald
Hallway to the Westerly city limits of
Ihe City of Tulsa thence South tn Klrst
Street thence Kasl along Klrat Strut to
the place tit bcctnnlns.
Aln lt ..f Ittut ll.pllnpv i.ln. -nn
nunu ilietei.. m Bnd within the laid
srh ml dintrtct and outside the limits
or III I llv ,.f Tulev
I'll K IM T SO ''
Heglnnlng nt Ihe Intervention of the M
K. A r Itallwav nnd Main Street theme
North on Main Street to the North city
Limits ion I'lne sireeti. thence West
tn Ihe West I lly Limits thence South
slnng the Osage Cherokee line to Du
luth 1'lacel thence Southeast nn Klwnod
to the M . l( T Hallway. thenre
Cast along said Hallway lo the place
Also all of that territory lying con
tiguous thereto. In and ulthln the wild
school district antl eutalde the Ilmlte
of the City of Tulsa.
I'HKCINCT NO 10
Heglnnlng at ihe Intersection of the M .
K A T Hallway and Main Street, thenre
North on Main Slreet 10 Ihe North city
Limits, thence Kast on the City
Limit, tn the Midland Valley Hallway.
Ihcrtra South along said Midland Valley
Hallway tn Haskell Slreet. thence West
along Haskell Streel to Hlghlh Avenue;
thence South along Klgln Avenue tn the
M K X T Hallway, thenm West along
said Hallway. to Main Slreet, the place
Also all that territory lying contiguous
thereto, In and within said school dis
trict and outside the City Limits,
PHK.CINCT NO II--
- Heglnnlng al the Intersection of the Mid
land Valley Railway and Haskell Street,
thence North along the Midland Valley
Hallway lo Ihe North city I. Unite, thence
Kast along the said Clt Limits to Pearl
Avenue, thence South on Pearl Aenua
to the Santa l Hallway, thence ilong
said Santa 1 Hallway to Madison Ave
nue. thence South on Madison Atenu.- to
the Nnrth line nf Hullelle Addition
Ihenc Kast ulong said North line of
Hultelte Addition tn l'e.irl Avenue
thence North 00 Pearl Avenue to Vohte
Street, thence Kast on Noble street to
I'tlca Avenue, thence South on t'tlca
Avenue to Second Street, thenre West
on Scnnd Street to the Midland Val
ley Hallway thence Nnrth ulong said
Midland Valley Hallway to the Kriaco
Hallway, thence Kasl along said Krlsco
Hallway tn Marttaon Avenue, thence
North along Madison Avenue to Kaston
Street, thenre West on Kaeton Street lo
the Midland Valley Hallway, the place
Also all that territory lying contiguous
thereto, tn and wtthln said school dis
trict and outside the limits ot the City
I'HKCINCT NO !
Heglnnlng al the Intersection nf Second
Street and the Midland Valley Hallway,
thence Kast along Second Street to Pearl
Avenue, thence South on Pearl Avenue
tn Klghth Street, thence West nn Klghth
Street t.t Madison Avenue: thence North
nn Mad'son Avenue to Klghth Street;
thence West on Klghth Slreet In lhn
Midland . Valley Hallway, thence Nnrlh
along said Hallway to Second Street.
Ihe plncn of beginning.
PHKCINCT NO 1J
Heglnnlng at Ihe Intersection nf
Klghth Street and the Midland Valley
Hallway, thenr-e Kasl along Klghth
Street to Madlaon Avenue, thence
South on Madison Avenue tn Klghth
Street, thence Kast on Klghth Street
tn Iart Avenue, thence North on Pearl
Avenue in( Seventh Street, thenre
Kast on Seventh Slreet tn Wheeling
Avenue, thence South on Wheeling
Avenue to Seventh Streel thence Kast
on Seventh Street, to the Inlereectlnn
of the M. K T Hallway, thence
along said Hallway tn Seventh Street,
thence Kast on Seventh Street to llewls
Avenue thence South along s.lld Lewis
Avenue In fifteenth Street, theme West
on fifteenth Street In Ihe Kast bound
ary line of Terrace Park, thence Soulh
tn the South boundary line of Itungalow
Court, theqee West along the Soulh tine
nf llungnlow Court tif I'orter Street,
thenre Soulh along .vld Porter Street
to Capiml Street . iflnrr West nlons
Capitol Street to Ctlca Avenue, thence
South aloncxl'tlra Avenue tn Twenty-
tirst rvireee-, mence west on Twentv-
first Streel to tho Kaat boundary line
of Woodward Park thence South alnng
lite Kast boundary line nf Woodwnrd
Park to Twenty-third Streel. thenre
West along Twenty third Street to Pearl
Avenue, thence North on Petri Avenue
tn fifteenth Street; thenre West on
Klftenth Street to the Midland Val
ley Hallway, theme Nnrth along the
Midland Valley Hallway tn Klghth Street,
the nlace of tbn beginning.
Alan all that terrltnry lying contigunue'j
therein, in ana wun tne said sr hool
district and uutelde thn limits ot the
City of Tulsa.
I'HKCINCT NO 11
All that territory I) Ing .Kast nf Main
Street. Soulh of Kleventlr Street. Nnrth
nf fifteenth Street and West nt the
Midland Valley Hallway.
I'HKCINCT NO lb
Heglnnlng at the corner nf Seventh and
Main Streets thence South on Main
Street to Fifteenth Street, thence Weal
nn Fifteenth Street tn Ferryman Avenue,
thence North on l'errman Avenue tn
Fourteenth Street, thence West 0,1 reui
teenth Street tn Denver Avenue, thenre
North on Denver Avenue to Seventh
Street, thenre Last on Seventh Stieet to
Main Street, the place of beginning.
I'HKCINCT NO 11 .,
Beginning at the Intersection of Sev
enth Slreet and Denver Avenue, thence
South on Denver Avenue to Kourteenlh
Streel. thence Kast on Fourteenth Street
to Perryman Avenue, thence South nn
Ferryman Avenue to Fifteenth Street,
thence West nn Fifteenth Street ta the
Arkansas lllver. thence Nnrthvvesterly
along the Arkansas Hlver to the Frlsrn
Hallway, thence along said Frisco Hall
way tn Seventh Street, thence Kast
along Seventh Street to the place of be
ginning I'HKCINCT NO 17
All of West Tulsa and all of that ter
ritory lying cnritlguoue thereto, tn antl
within said school district anil outside
the limits of the City of Tulsa.
PHKCINCT NO 1
Heglnnlng at the Intersectlnn nf Fif
teenth Street and th. .Midland Vnlley
Ilallway, thence South along said Mid
land Valley Hallway to the City Limits
ton Twenty-first Street), thence West
alnng sattl t'lty Ltmlta to the Arkansas
lllver. thenre North along said Hlver tn
Fifteenth Slreet; thenc. Kast alnng Fif
teenth Street Mo the Midland Valley
Hallway, the place of beginning
Also all that territory lying contiguous
therein In and wtthln said school dis
trict and outside ot the limits of the
City of Tulsa
PHKCINCT NO 19
All that territory between Second and
Seventh Slreeta apd between Pearl anil
I'HKCINCT NO 10
All that terrltnry lying West of Law
ton Avenue antl the Frisco Hallway.
South of Klrst Street and North of the
Arkansas lllver, within Ihe City Limits
Also all that territory lying contiguous
thereto, In and within said sctinol
district and outside the limits of the
City of Tulsa,
I'HKCINCT NO. 21
Heglnnlng at the Intersection of Lewis
Avenue and Kleventh Street; Ihence
Kaat along Kleventh Street to Nicholson
Avenue, thence North on Nicholson
Avenue to Klghth Street, thence Kast on
Klghth Street la North Avenue, thence
North on North Avenue to the City Lim
its, thence West along said Limits to
Kerr Avenue, thenro North along said
Kerr Avenue to llndge Street eitended.
thence West along Hodge Street, extend- (
ed to Lewis Avenue thence South on
Lewi Avenue ti Kleventh Street, the
Pla-e of beginning
Also an that territory lying contiguous
thereto, In ,nd wltbln the said school
district and outside ihe limits of the
cn nf Tuisa.
I'lir.c I Ni I Ml .!
Heglnnlng .it the tnlerse.tion of the
Mldlnnd Va'lev liailwat a' fifteenth
tre.. then, c Kot on nrteenth Street
to Pearl Avenue thenre South on Pearl
Avenue to Twenty-Hunt Street, theme
West on Twenty-third Streel 10 the Mld
Isnd Valley Hallway, thence North along
the Midland Valley Hallway tn Klf
leenth Street, the place of beginning
Also all of that territory lying con
tiguous thereto, In and within the said
school district and outellle the limit
M Ihe City of Tulsa.
I'HKCINCT NO 2J ,
Heglnnlng nl the Intersection nf the M .
K A T Hallway and Klgln Avenue,
thence North nn Klgln Avenue to Has
kell Street, thence liast to Madison
Avenue thence South on Madison Ave
nue to the Krlsco Hallway, thence along
said Krleco Hallway lo Ihe M . K AT
Hallway, thence along said M. K A T
Hallway to Klgln Avenue, the place 'of
I'HKCINCT NO. -I
Heglnnlng at the Intersection nf Second
Street nnd Ctlca Avenue, thence Kast
along Second Street illurneltl tn Lewie
Avenue, thence South along Lewis Ave.
nue to Kleventh Street, thence West
along Kleventh Street to the M . K ft T
Hallway, thence Northwesterly along the
M. K K T Hallway In Seventh Streel;
thenre West on Seventh Street in Wheel
ing Atenue: thence Nnrth nnsWheellng
Avenue to Seventh Street, thence Weft
en Seventh Slreet to t'llca Avenue,
theme North on t'tli a Avenue to the
place of .beginning
I'HKCINCT NO !t
Heglnnlng at the Interception nf Second
Streel and t'llca Avenue thenre North
on Ctlra Avenue lo the North City Lim
it: thence Kast nn said Cltv t.lmlta.to
Wheeling Avenue, thence South lo the
North line of Cherokee Heights Addi
tion,. lhenre.V;ast to the Last city Lim
its, thence Vouth along the Kast City
Limits to Hodge Street extended, thence
West along Hodge Slreet. extended, tn
Lewis Avenue, thence South on Lewis
tenuo lo Second Street irturneto.
thenre West to Utlca Avenue, the place
Also all of that territory lying enn--saacuons
thereto. In and within the said
school district and outside the Itmlla
nf the City of Tulsa
Heglnnlng at the Intersection of the
M . K AT Hallway and KIwood
thence North on KIwood Avenue tn the
Osage-Creek line, thence West alnng
said Osage-Creek line to the West citv
Limits, thence South along sold West
Cltv Limits tn the M . K AT Hall
way, thence Kast along aatd Hallway
to the ptace-eif beginning
Also all thai territory lying contiguous
thereto, tn nnd within said school dis
trict and outside the limits of the City
The voting places nf said Districts or
I'rectncts shall be as follows:
Precinct No I Colonial Drug Com
pany. Klrst and Iloslon
Precinct No. 2. Convention Hall, nrady
Precinct Nn 3. Central Fire Station,
West Secnnd Street
Precinct No 4 Old High School nulld
Ing. Kourth and noston.
Precinct Nn i. tlarage at Slith and
Precinct No tl Tulsa County Cnurt
House Sixth and neulder
Precinct Nn 7 West Hide Orocery, HI
West f ifth Street.
Precinct No Irving School, Park
and MayN.lt Avenues
I'rerlnct Nn 9. Osage School, Kast
Precinct No tn. North Side Klre Sta
tion. Nnrth Main Streel
Precinct No. 11. Washington School,
Rnckford and Hodge.
Precinct No II Ksst Side Klre Sta
tion Third and Madison
I'rerlnct No 13. Lincoln School, fif
teenth nnd Peoria
1 ' ret met .o it unrfcce iiann sennni,
1 T',n,n ,Hn'1 '",,lp"' . . .
Tenth nnd Main Streets.
Precinct No Iff. Itlvervlew Schnot,
Twelfth and Krlsco.
I'rerlnct No 17. Cells Clinton School,
'Precinct No ta. nasemenl Cndy's Store,
Seventeenth and Main Strvls
Precinct No 19. (irnoe M. K. Church,
Third and Trenton
Precinct No 20 Sand Springs Statlnn,
West Third Street.
Precinct Nn. 21. Kendall School, Ken
Precinct No 2? Hohert K. Lee School.
Twentieth and Cincinnati
Precinct Nn 31. Hooker T Washing
ton School, Kxeter and Krankfnrt
rrerlnct No 24. I.nwe'a Orocery, South
Precinct Nn 55. Whlttler School, Lewla
Precinct Nn it. Heat House. Owen
In that pari n aald sc-iool district
attached to aatd city for school purposes
and adjoining the various preclncta. the
votera thereof shall vote at the polling
places tlestgnated In the precinct to whlrh
the territory In which they restde ta ad
joined. HK IT FlilTlinn RKSOLVKD That
the following persons shatt act as Inspec
tors, Judges, Clerk and Official as here
in set fnrth, to-wtt:
Precinct Nn t M. Stetger. Inspector;
J. S Christie. Judge; J. C Kenney, Cltrk,.
Precinct No 5. . K W. Henshiw. In
spector. .1 c Hall, Judge, Marvel A. Rob
Precinct No 3 11 K Hnuemin. In
spector. S. Souther, Judge, M. Park.
Precinct No t. W A Downing-. Inrprc
tor. Mrs u W. Hcrbnld. tudge, it. C.
SprarUlng. Clerk -
Treclnct Nn. 5. W ll' Williamson In
spector. John SchO'lU, Judge. T. I Wal
Precinct No. . o. tl. Avery, Inep.'rtnr:
W. .1 F.llliton, Judge; Sirs. Laura llalley.
Precinct Nn 7. John I. Smiley, Imprc
tor Henry Hrandner, Judge, W II. Lcn
I'rerlnct Nn V. T Scott Inspector:
0 .1" Oliver. Judge, Kthel Oliver, 1 lerk
Prretnct No t. !(. W Wynn, Inspec
tor; M A DeVlnna. Judge, Mrs. O II
1 Myrtle M ) Mccarty. Clerk.
Precinct Nn 10 Vernon F Seamen. In
spector, vv. b reare, judge; Hoy Tem
Precinct Nn It, C C. nickmnre. In
siiectnr. H M. Krwln, Judge, Mrs. S
I'rerlnct No 12. K. M Roberts, Inspec
tor. William Querry, Judge, Mra, Wealthy
Prectmt Nn tl, Mra K. W Orant. In
spector. Mrs. 11. I- Standeven, Judge,
Mrs 11 A Hrunlff. Clerk
I'rerlnct No 14. S W .Mitchell. In
spector (I K Linton, Judge; Lulu M.
Precinct Nr 1$, o. I Wilder, Irspec
tor, Thomas Shackle, Judge; J, J. Lants,
l'reclncl No. It, Lou Mltchle. Inspector;
I' II Maroney, Judge; Mra. I). W
I'rerlnct Nn. 17 .1 C MoIi i.hlin. In.-
spe.-tor Mrs, M K Webb, Judge, Mra. J.l
.vi ingrain, t tera
retlnit Nn i, u. T Howef). Inspec
tor. It. ( Hehholx. Judge. Maud rVmtv
. bell, clerk i.
I Precinct No 19, N S. Davis, Inspee.
i tir Kterett Slminon, Judge, Kunlce
I wilkee. clerk. ' r'un'
By Rud Fisher.
Precinct No. 20. It A Mayfleld. In
spector t lauds Dawson. Judge, llutrlett
c Thompson. Clerk
Precinct No 21. C W Johnson. In
spector. Hnrate .1 Newberry Judge: Nel
ls D .IcLer.d. Cerk .
Pre. loci Vo 2. John n. Woodanl.
Inspector. Sidney, II. Voung, Judge, Mrs
A. It Thomas, clerk.
I rrrinci -,0 r. .. oamuci, ..-,---
lor, II A lluaas, Judge; Lucy V. Col
Precinct No 21. Jnhn Ralney, Inspec
tor. D W. Qulnn, Judge, Mra. F. M.
Precinct No 2S. J W. Dlekerann, In
spectnr. J It Mcintosh, Judge. Mrs. T
K. Roderick Clerk
Precinct ,Nn. :. John Melsenhachar, In
sprclnr, T It llssllr. Judge. Mr. C. N.
That the Mayor of Ihe City of Tuls be
And ho lu-re by Is authorized and directed
tn Issue a proclamation calling said elec
tion, whit h proclamation shall lie pub
lished In the off let .1 newspaper for five
If. 1 consecutive Issues thereof prior to the
date of said election. nd to des'grat- I
sald protiamatlon the polling places in
each of the districts aforesaid by referring
generally to thla resolution
That an emergency exists fnr the pres
ervation of public peace and safety, by
reason whereof this resolution shall take
effect from and after It adoption, ap
prnvat and publication
Approved and the emergency clause
ruled on separately thla 7th day ot May,
(Seal) T. I). KVANS,
MRS. FRANK SKAMAN.
FRANK K, DCNCAN.
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USED CAR EXCHANGE
These cars have all been overhauled and are in first-class running order
A careful Investlgatwin of our stock will convlncn you that It will pay you
to select a good UShD CAH for your next automobile.
Save That Big First Year Depreciation
191S Wlnton 7-pnssonger '. ti.lOQf
1920 Chandlor. 7-pansenger demonstrator
1918 Wlnton Roadster
1917 Wlnton 7-paw,enger
191 S Chandler 7-passenger
1917 Hayncs 3-passenger Roadster....
1918 Velio B-passenger
Chalmers Master Six B-passcngcr
WALKER MOTOR COMPANY
723 South Main Street
cpftssM! VfiiMes Hsu'
1917 Marnion 7-pass.
In good condition . . .
, runs good.
1917 L'-pass., Marmon, runs good.
A dandy field
1917 Marmon Chum
my, In good shape . . .
191(5 7-pasij., Cadillac,
191S Hen 7-pass.. runs
1917 Cole Chummy.
Wo Co Kf3rri
701-3 S. MAIN ST.
rAIUIN OF TII.VNKN
VK WIHII to ihunk our many friend tn4
n.lchbam for Ihelr kind nf-lnium ,nf
tor Ih.lr b.-Utlful floral ntfprlnm dunnj
the nlcknenfl ant death of ftur beloved un.
Mr. aridi .Mm J Yl. Arrher.
NoriCK to party driving north on cm
clnnatl and killing Alrtlale dog la known
land subject to arrest If she does not get
tin inucn wun owner 01 uog v. an osage
221. 1422. w cim Innaii,
LOST-wrist watch, Klgln. between lte I
and Ford garage Phone Osage Slit) an I
LOST Diamond ring? stiuare setting".!
nn y . reward Call Osage t&iz
8TOLKN April 21. balled face light "sor
ret hnrsc 1 year nld, white inane ant
tall, while hnofs, white hind feet, weigh
"10 nr too pound, dark brown pony mare
weight 700. turn built. 7 yeara nld. exira
long tall, scar on belly cinch. 110 reward
1 1 AO for arrest and conviction nf thief
J. W. Robertson. Route t.
STHAYKt) OH 8TOI.KN -White Maitea .
dog, black spot over left eye, answer
name "Sister" Leave her with J il
Morey 30 S Mwtoo reward
i.t)ST - Parte' i-ontalnlng keys and 1 1 W
finder please notify owner. 103 S. V
gates anail keep money for troubte
LOST Canary "bird nn corner nf "Arch. -
and llnston, 110 reward for return la
LOST llfack tlress coat Saturday evening
Initials on coat 0. I.. II. Reward to find
er Call Cedar HI.
LOST Iliac kcoat Saiurilay afternoon, re
ward tn finder Call Cedar (11.
FAIHMOUNT Maternity Hnspltat to
confinement: private, prices reasonable,
may wnrk for hoard, babies adopted
Write for booklet. Mrs. T. It. Long.
1911 K. Twenty-seventh St., Kanaaa City.
Hospllal f r
confinement, private, prices leasonah'
may work for" board, babies adopter
Write for booklet Sirs T 11. Long, pit
K. Twenljr-eeevrnth St , Kansas Cltv M'
CANCKHS sores, tumors, wens, goitre
plies, fistula. Wrlto f?r testlmonla
110x 244, Troup. Texas.
I1HADK your ard, 20 loads of dirt, mo,
all black can be had for hauling t
away Call al I2?3 S. Peoria
NOTICK lo party driving north on cm
t-lnnati and killing Alrtlale ting la know
anad subject In arrest if she dnea not get
In touch with owner of dog Call Osage
.'21 11.': S Cincinnati
"al'tomohilks for' suk "To
KOlt SALK OH THADK llck D-U'set
en-passenger touring car A 1 cnndltlon
See Hancock at Cotton hotel, between I
nnd t p m.
19H MA.VWI5LL roadster! excellent enn
'1 It Inn . bargain at tlto for quick aale
Call 1014 K Third after 5 30. JT
FOR SAI.K Chevrnlet roadster, repaint
ed; new slip covers; practically new
tire. Telephone Osage 3X73.
tnilCKi Model n-14. roadster; prlc
1450, 9200 cash, balance easy terms, oi
will trade fnr lot In city. Cedar 0,
Phone Cedar 1270 for
prices on Nash Six and
Tulsa Four, both cars in
good condition. Call early
if you want a bargain.
1917 7-pass. Paige, good (Pr7nfl
tires.- Our price ip UU
lain joruon Hporistcr,
new cord tires
1916 Iluick D-45.
1919 Koni TtWing.
Oversize casings . . .
1920 Jordan 7-pass.; disc wheels
191S 7-pass Chandler.
lu r: , $950
Looks llko new
1918 Oldsmoblle Sport, (gl A fTA
Worth the money.. pl,4:i)U
PHONE OSAGE 5300
J. H. HILT