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ULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1020
CITY TO OBSERVE
"Mayor Evans Issues Proc
LEGION GIVEN CHARGE
mrade Will Be Held -Thiai
Afternoon; Stores to Be
KI. RKNO, May 29 Kl Itcno pos
American IKlon, propones to pur
chase two corner lots from the city
Upon which will tie erected a lesion
bulldlnn. A two-story utructurr l
planned, the legion to tiie the upper
floor and the lower to 1 rented for
Whereas, another year has
r.,ised nnd Konc and we fiKaln,
'vilh heartn united .approach our
n.iH"n;il memorial day. and
Wherein, many arc the boys
that lie burled in Flanders fled,
.is the result of their part in the
jrrrat world war, and
Whereas, It la on this Memorial
riav that we again amemble to do
Pr honor to our nation's defend-
Cr Whereas, the C.rand Army of the
r,r public, the Confederate vet
erans and the Spanish-American
uir eterans have Indicated a de
ft r. th.tt the American legion
r. ie charge of the services on thin
l'ir. oration day, thus evidencing to
ilttzenshlp of our country the
' r-iBln-t type of friendly fcelliiK.
,.n for the. other, and
Whereas, the 30th day of May,
11 n, falls on Sunday.
V.u. therefore, I. T. r. Evans,
r,ar,r of the city of Tulsa. okla
h' ti i by virtue of the authority
In ran as such, do hereby
pr.l.itm Monday, the 31st day of
Miv 1J2". Memorfel day, tho
same to be a lesal holiday, and it
w n.v desire that all patriotic cltl
7pns "l the city of Tulsa co-oper-ati
with the American Lesion to
ihe end thut a flttlnc tribute be
.a..l to America's patriotic dead.
In witness whereof I have here
unto subscribed my name this 28th
day of May, 1020.
T. D. 12 VANS,
Memorial day will be observed this
Afternoon In Tulsa, beRlnnlnc with
a parade from th city hall and end
Irp with services at Hose Hill ceme
tery Thp proKram Is in charRO. of
th" American Legion, as.istvd by the.
in A H Spanish War Vctcriws and
Thf parade will form at 2 30
n . i.k nt the city hall, headed by
the Shrine band and will ro west to
Main street, north on Main to Third,
t.i.M on Third to Cincinnati and south
en Cincinnati to the city hall, whero
thp participants will he met by auto
mobiles and those who can loan their
cars for a short time this afternoon
are urged to bo at the city hall.
The program at the cemetery will
cnnflst of an address by Major Alva
.1 Nllea, after which n flrlnjr squad
enr.poi-eil of oversea men In full unl
f. rm wi! fire a salute and the varl
rus orsanlzatlons will decorate the
prates of tholr dead.
The banks and most of the bust
re h'.ufes will bo closed all day to
MIAMI, May 29 The stite boar
of public affairs will open bids June
.2 for the. construction of a building
to house tho Miami school of mines,
accordlns to advertisements atithor-
l7r.fl hv rh. t t-v t,-.
.. ... ,,.,. . u. Il.llU'ilKCT,
for the city, has presented a deed to
10 acres as a site for the building,
which Is expected to tost approxi
OtrrilniT:. May 29 Work on the
dam, which will hold back the city's
water supply, has been completed
and (iuthrift l iiflaitra nr ..r.
nuato and modern waterworks. It
is locnien tnr?e miles to the. north,
and backs up millions of gallons of
water that Issue dally from Innum
OKMITUSKK. May 29. Hans nre
being rapidly developed for Okmul
gee's big round-up to bo held at the
fairgrounds this fall. Harry Hart
owner of tho tlald Hill Hereford
ranch, and one of the best known
cattlemen In nbinhn...n i
In conjunction with I,. J. McClure.
;;l"'!".r)- oi mo liorerord Cattle
Hrecdera association, n lining up a
life display of prize stock.
TA in. TWA 11. May 2!i -ICdw.-ird
Culver rough rider, still bears In
his body a Spanish bullet received In
the battle nf ?.a fufh.n.... it.
..v. . ...... .. .- ii w.m
Mruck by this bullet (,fCr t lln(1
imi-srn ciean mrough the body of
Sergeant Hamilton Klsh. Jr., and
it remains Just below a shoulder
blade. The mother of the deceased
officer offered to pay nil expenses
of having the bullet removed, but
gradual. on exercises for the 19.'0
clafs nf the high Mhool were he.d
Salutd.iN las', when the whole ftii
rient body enJoed an uld-fashl'ined
plcnl- Theie are 23 in uie rwiw
Supt lloorge T. Norns. who name t.i
to school in mid-term, was retained
for next year.
DHlPTWOon. May IJ Com
mencement exercises were hetd at
the school Krld.iy evening with J. 1.
Itiitfeiibeig. tiresldent of tno .Norm-
westeru normal, making tho address.
There are 10 graduates. Supt. 1'uvln
W. I'lerce will hae charge nt tno
consolidated Aniorltn school the
ltHt.NNA. May 29 Sufficient
fumls have been contributed to the
committee In charge to build a mu
nicipal gymnasium. The trustees ap
pealed before the commissioners at
Cherokee the flist of tho week and
secured ancellation of back taxes on
certain lots on which tho building
will bo erected.
NOT SEATS ENOUGH
Tlior Wlin Calculate on Squeezing
Into Coinciilloiis l.lkcly to
Italw $200 for (Jones.
OKLAHOMA CITY, May 29
Mere than $200 has been contrlbut
fl hv American Legion posts In
Oklahoma and by private Individuals
fur decoration of American graves In
Tran. e It was announced today at
fae headquarters here of the
Anieri.an Legion. The state has been
asked to send I93S us Its share of
ht J50 000 fund being raised to
over contracts for decorations made
bv ni'ional headquarters of tho
.Vt 5ol VVII
PAWIirSKA, May 29. Tho Pc
trra and Finance Oil companies have
n well m the shallow district of 19--"-3
Kino that Is producing oils
frrnj two levels, due to n perforated
I' l'" Ticking up a sand at u depth
" 03 feet they struck a flow be
ucrn .even and 10 barrels at 4T5
t-n They encountered the sand they
looking for perforating the
; k-t at a depth of 103 feet. They
e a w-;i flowing from 75 to 100
l to i a day,
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NOWATA, May 29. Memorial
day will bo observed in this county
under the direction of Newton Me
Keller post of the American Ix-glon.
Stores will lie closed all day Mon
day and the day generally observed
as a holiday. Union memorial serv
iced will be held at onu of tho
churchCH and a parade to tho ceme
tery where tho ritual of the legion
will bo performed.
9irUt MTh WrrM
WASHI.VC.TON, May 29 More
than 150,000 applications have bi en
received for seats in tho republican
national convention at Chicago and
there are only 13,0f9 seals available
Hundreds who go with th" Idea that
sonic Influential political friend can
get them In will bo disappointed,
for thn seatH simply will not bu
Tho press section Is facing the
same seal famine. There were 1,000
moro applications than there were
seats, .lames Preston, superintend
ent of the senate press gallery here,
who has charge of the arrangements
In tho press section at Chicago and
San Kranelseo, made a special trip
to Chicago to arrange for more
) seats. Hy rearrangement the press
spaco he managed to get In Just five
more seats. All persons who were
allotcd seats at Chicago have already
been notified. No notification has
been sent to those who could not bo
At San Kranelseo thn Jam Is ex
pected t be as bad.
KRIEGER AND HALL
rciNTl.Vli:l HtM r.uif OM.
Hon of seer,il bundled menibeis o'
that organization mi a stitke at the
mines near lllsbee
In his statenu'iitu jesler.lay Crow
related that us a Union blacksmUh
and mechanic, he left Heaver, litfc
home, and went to Woodwind, on bis
way to Wichita. At Woodward he
met a man who had been tils bather
they walked along the street, the
at Heaver. The two men talked Ah
barber called to Crow and pointing
to a group of men on the sidewalk,
suggested they meet them It was
then that Crow first saw KiicRer
and Hull together That night Crow
boarded a Haiti fur Whiilt i and "ii
the train again saw krir;i'r and
Hall and the two Hi an inii.xir ited
condition, talked to Crow Amwig
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I'tlli I lb in In IIK'I. I
lid ..') pa Wi
lli the men
I heir K1'"' ral
appeal tnce and foiROI about the
tuieiiiiK until a month aflel the Av
Hlriutlun of the I'ew linnie In this
lt. when he wiw a circular In the
pnstiifflre Ht WllillU offerilH a e
ward for the men who dynamited the
l'ew home. Never haMnK heard tlm
name of I'ew until mentioned by
Hull nil, I t?i-lee.r (V.ivt' Innlnntlv
'limembeied th oomersHtlon of Hall
noil Kilrcer on the train, ami after
' readmit the poster and finding thn
description of two of the men WMIIti-d
fitted Hall and Kiienei. Crow winie
a letter to the committee of one
i n ii I r . .1 in tin ir m.l miKg. sI.uk
thai tli. tii. nieii whi. in li.- 1. 1 w on
tlif li mi. and i-mild h.hI' i 1 idrn
1 1 T ainwlieie weir ii.iliabl I lie
tin n ri'Hponslb'e for the ! tin mlt msc
i.f the I'ew home I'm some reason
ihls information was not ailed upon
definitely until after the first trial
of the cae, and not until esler
dnv was ntich itamxKliiii testimony to
llhe defense Introduced.
('tow said that Hull nnd Ktlexer
i spoKe nf ,i "I'ew Job," lull at that
I the nu n meant by this term and It
was tint until swvernl months later
jllme the witness had im Idea nf what
'and about one month .ift.t tin e
Illusion (bat he saw 111" pot. i of
fi'iltig ,i lewnlil f"i tin . iptiuc ..f
tin l uminals, that he connected the1
two men with the crime Crow I
Identified Hall while the latter was1
In the fedeial .tall at Muskogee and
Identified a picture of Kiliger as
the man he saw on th" Unlit In eom.
pan with Halt
In addition to the testimony of J.
A Kempion, chief of police of Ills
bee. Ailr, and Lee Caldwell, county
officer at Iteming. N M I'rank Snl
inon und ItasH S ilklns, who testified
at the night session I'rldav night,
slale.l Hint thev wele ceitaln beotd
u iloiibt th it Hall and Krlrger had
been together In July 1917 In Lis.
lire and were in that city until tlm
day befoni the general deportation.
In all, f ie ,w ilnesses have been pn
dliced by the state to show that II I
and Ktlegnr were boih affiliate
with the I W W oiganlzatinfi in
Arlrona and New Mexlxi prior n
July 12, P.U7, and Hint tho men, to
gether came through Texas and
went in to Kansas before returrirg,
iih the pros cutlon contends. loTu'.- i
on August I, and planning ami larr
lug out the dynamiting of the ivr
CHKHOKKn. M.iv 29 Common.
lty 8erlces for memorial day "have
been arranged with mornlne services
at the Christian church, followed by
ceremonial at Uio cemetery. Com
mander H. H. Hagnn will speak both
afternoon at tho post rooms and eve.
nlng at tho Methodist church.
CHEnOKKB, May 29. Final
TRY THIS '
Sew Invention Pent on no Inis'
Trial Without Iixponso to You.
Simply nd tn your nme and I will
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nd nifiaurfnie nt blank. Whfn you return
the blank 1 will ren.l you my new In
dention for rupture. When It arrlvra put
It on and wear It. Put It to every teat
ou can think of The hanler the teat the
better you will like H. You 1 woniler
how you ever cot alone with the old etyle
cruel aprln? trunaes or belts with trie atrapa
of torture, Your own (rood, common eenae
and your own doctor Mil tell you It U the
only way In which you can ever expert
a cure. After rearing It 30 daja, If it la
not entirely eaay and comfort.iblo if you
cannot actually aee your rupture rettlnic
better, and It not convinced that a cure
li merely a nueatlon of time, Jtiat return
It and nu aro out nothing Any rupture
appliance sent on 30 tUya' trial without
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Chestnut & Smith, Cmn.. $30,00
Chestnut & Smith, Ifd... 8H.00
(Joncral Refining 0.00
Gladys Utile, Cmn 0,1
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Kimble- Oil. Cmn.' 1.70
Klncwood Oil, Cmn 2.50
Parkvlllo Oil 1.10
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Trejaf Oil ci Gas 1.0(5
Turman Oil 2.20
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Tho wise men conserve for a rainy
Eyesight spent lavishly and foolishly
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Are your eyes, spending moro of your
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If bo you need glasses.
An examination Is a rubber band
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TO the veterans who fought in '61;
that this country might be a bet
ter place to live in
To the soldiers and sailors who fought
in '98 to make this continent a better
place to live in
To our own brave boys who gave up
their lives in France so this world
would be a better place to live in
We bare our heads in admiration, in
reverence, in deep thankfulness that
their example lies before us the ex
ample of men to whom death held less
terror than dishonor.
To properly observe this occasion
this store will be closed Monday
'V h p Kvoi'slini'p
lVncil in cither
sterling or gold
makes a fitting
to this pon.
lo Fill the
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Commemorating Memorial Day
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