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SECTION A.
TULSA DAILY WORLD. SUNDAY, JULY 2T, 1020
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SUSPECT HUSBAND
OF WIFE'S DEATH
Ed Warring of Poteu Is
Held Pending Result
of Examination.
CARRIED INSURANCE
Policy for $6,500 in Name of
Husband Find Traces
of Poison at Home.
POTEAU, Okla., July 2S. A
charRo of murder waa filed today
oltaliint Kd Warrlnp, a farmer IIvIok
near here, whom; wife died suddenly
July K. according: to Information
given out at the office of James
ji.,i!h, iiealatnnt 'ounly attorney
u ,. ln 1" in Jail hi r
IfinplOM of poison immediately
hrf.u'' the woman'H death UHerl a
dt-mand for exhunintion of the body,
Babbf. Mild, and the etomueh wan
ont to the university chemist at
the fnlverslty of Oklahoma, Norman,
for examination, rending the ex
amination. WarrlnH was held In Jell
here. A atrona- guard has been
placed over the man as the woman's
death ha caused considerable excitement
Warring; a wire was part Indian,
ottonllnn to Hahbs and carried
two life, insurance In lavor or her
htjiliand.
J nlted Stut..R nr, ukM) tr, send corn
into this show. The prizes will b i
" " d In th- 10. ,o ,.r, nm, ,
IB four km Magta eats. The hlKh :
"t prizes Will I... H ....v. i. I
t-obb stated t..day that there was
some splendid corn In f.eek county
this year, and he was sure a number
of farmers would send In exhibits.
Will Recommend Hoont
in 0. C. Street Car Fare
OKIMIIDMA CITY. .Iu.lv la
The committee apoplnte,) by Mayor
Walton to InvesUitate the affairs of
the Oklahoma Hallway company and
the expediency of authorising an in
ereaa in th company's street car
fares here will recommend Increased
farea to the elty commission Tuesday
It was announced late today Trie
committee found. It was said, that
the proposed Increase Is "Juat" nd
that the company must sacrifice
service or becomo Insolvent if the
increase is refused.
STATE ROADS REPORTED
Weather Hunan's Helcw shows
Majority of Oklahoma llluh
wayn Arc lmpnn lint.
OKLAHOMA my, July 2 - The
hlehwny weather service of the I nl'l
l d States weather bureau here to '
Say Issued the follow)!) ilallv re
port on road conditions In the Mat
Alva rood. An.idaiko fair; lllaekwrllj
fair: Carnegie rood, Cherokee g I.
,HI. Imahu full- f'll.Vl'1.1 Hll IT'Oll.
Clinton fair: Poller City Kan k Ii
I'nncan ralr; iiui am goi.n, inoiinn
duatjr; Kl Ileno Rood; Knld Hood; ;
I ort Hmlth. Ark., fair, rough some
places, Frederick pood; Clear) good.
OuthrH ood. Hastings good; Ho-i
birt food; Holdenvllh' very good;'
Hugo excellent; Hydro Modi Mabel
good. Kingfisher food; Ijiwton fair:'
MeAlester fair to good: Miami food;!
Newklrk Kmd: Oklahoma City good.
Ponca Clly good; I'urcell good.
Ityan food; Hanulpa fair, Shawnee
rood, Tohlequah fond; Tiloga ood,
Wuurtka fair, Wichita, Knn , food;
Wlster good.
Sapulpa Notes
SAPirLPA, July 24. The Wom
an's Republican ciub, which was or
ganized here five months ago with
a mambarahip of 7 5, la planning for
a number of public meetings to be
bald durlnf Uie cam pal fn. The first
wtll be held Tuesday night, July 27,
at which Ume Congressman J. W.
Harreld of Oklahoma, City will ad
dress the voters of Sapulpa and
Creek county. They are planning
later to have prominent speakers
from outside the state. Abble Rill
erm&n, president of the club, says
that the purpose of the organization
is to combine efforts of all repub
lican women to co-operate with the
men's republican club during the
coining campaign.
$ M. Poe, a nogro here, was ar
rested yesterday for whipping his
wife, and fined, $19.50. He paid his
fine, went home, and aocordtng to
witnesses, decided that his wife
needed another whipping, ho he pro-
ceeaeo iu carry uui hh worn. xi
was arrested again and his fine was
raised to $39. After he had paid
this and waa released, he was ar
rted by County Sheriff Abner
Brurs on an old charge of highway
robbery.
Miss Helen Flchtl, county superin
tendent of schools, went to Bristow
tnrtsy In the Interest of the Bristow
schools.
III. VV . W I , 1 . t , Ii . , )., M.M VI VII"
firsi I'resoyterian cnurcn, reiurnea
today from Arkansas, wchre he hns
' t ramnlnir In the llurki with
his family.
J. H. N. Cobb, secretary of the
chamber of commerce hero, received
a letter today from the secretary of
the chamber Of comemrcc at Al
buquerriuc, N. M., In which he an
nounced that the first open-to-the
world corn show would be"held there
September 1. Farmers all over the
RIGHT FRESH
Just Received a Fresh Shipment
of this Handy Office Paste. It
Sticks Better than a Friend Who
is "Broke."
5 oz. Jar 40c,
8 oz. Jar 60c,
Pint Jar 85c,
$ 3.85 Doz.
$ 5.85 Doz.
$ 8.65 Doz.
Qt Jar $1.45, $14.25 Doz.
Western Bank Supply Co.
315 SOUTH BOSTON
0-4693-8393
BAKER'S
COCONU
Try this canned-in-its-own-milk
coconut cake
THERE are coconut cakes and coco
nut cakes. But the chances are good
that if you've never used Baker's Fresh
Grated Coconut you've never experienced
real coconut-cake-del ight
Baker's Fresh Grated Coconut is not dry.
It is canned in its own milk and comes to
you as fresh as when it left the palm.
Just you buy a can of Baker's Fresh
Grated Coconut today and follow the
famous Baker recipe for u real baking
success.
Recipe for
Coconut Layer Cake
I
H cup Bakar'a CaniMKl Coeoavrt (In
tjrh mflk lui ban tSocouahiT nreeeed aad
admit h teen aeparetad until liLl aad
K to H cup butter.
ncup Coecani Milk -or apBk
cup Soar
t ItvW temavooomfiil bfcht powctar
Ml! mtamr moA buttvr, crruaiac until Hfht.
AA well beat t a eg yotka, then milk wkJ half
fb (tour, which hua been eiftcd wrth the bufciag
powder. Stir tboronithly, addinc coonnut from
whtrh milk hai been prreeeid, f4d in the ec white,
vrell beaten, reut of the flour, and beat uuatur
until Uabt and unooth. PVur in lined caka
un and bake In a moderate oven about 35
turate. Put tLsprther with coconut kins and
froat with oucouut. rVwne irr(rr oenittinc cocuamt
trocn caire, uainc it in the king only.
May Ujo be bukud aa a fcuf cake.
Coconut Icing
' BvraV'DiT
Slu,d I MMUI If
fw nrvftr th.
' ' ' . Ii i .. n . (I
.ua.r rorwl ktad
tSM 1 .u,. sf mmrnt aad l cop of Conoaut M Ik
oi w.tr' until a atop awxueaa m ct.iu w.t i
v. h.t at, h.. .c uu or aa aa btu .1
thuuulily. il.eu sdl auaar ni. a few drupi tt
a uok. btatins coasuuitlr, umu add H cup SM -nut
whidi buWi arSSMa trim aiilk and usr-.l.
Sprrad brtwAui cake and an tap fprtaklc wlin
U rup ausarad t . ... .. vkauli baa been thoi-
ui.iy preaaad Itoai ' aad is vkicta tun tatilc
i. iful tt euaar have laata atirtad. rtairar
with leawa or vaailla.
COCONUT MAIttliat AUXrW ICINO- I.-.Uto
qnaiitjtj of couout mlk m MW aad add ata a
aaskt
r ii iiibim iiiiim mil
PWmm IJII-HJ.WI I'll VHUHLlUJ-a-. JL . u4.t'kaaJMHWaT3aTTfrVY
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"Dare to Do Right!
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Seven weeks ao, single handed and alone, we threw down the gauntlet
to vigorously fight against holding up war pricei of clothing and furnishlngi and to resist Uk
efforhj of legtlitrd corporations, private speculators and (lie combined efforts of local competitors to not only
maintain rxistinii hikli prlcM but to serve notice of intentions to demand further advance of priccrt at points of productiou.
Our "No Profit Sale" was our first weapon used against high prices and
excessive profits local competitors collectively urge'd, persisted and finally put their demands
in writing (which we published) that they be allowed to pass judgement on OUT of "misleading" the pub
lie. W believed then as wt liHieve now that the Public was tired of Thi Death Dance of KxtravaRaner" with high prices here
and excess profits there with not a place of economy in the whole spending system.
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So we put up our merchandise at lowered prices as a wall against higher
prices, just the same as the wall of Liberty Bonds we took with others was necessary to strike
the enemies of our Nation that wc would do our utmost for the public good. Others were free to do the same
had they seen fit. We have no coypright or patent on business.
Though the record of our whole business life is clear that we never
baited a mercantile hook with unknown or "orphan" or "sweat shop" products to attract pat
rons, there at once appeared amongst competitors only, antagonistic barkings of accusations in about 57 var
ieties. We were also besieged by certain producers of goods to not sell their goods nt less than current prices as though we
were their hirelings and not merchants working for the public good in a time of great discontent, using the merchandise which
we owned and paid for that came to us raised to double and treble prices, from which wc lopped off oilr usual profit in the move
mcnt as a beginning to stave off continuance of prevailing high prices.
We have a list of manufacturers who urgently demanded that prices
must be kept up to their standards, etc., etc., the publishing of which would clearly indicate
where and how high prices and excessive profits originate and arc upheld. Wc also have a list of competitors
who have written protests to certain manufacturers demanding that we hereafter be refused certain lines of apparel because
our business methods were according to their viewpoint, "unethical" and our prices "against good business."
Perhaps we shall publish this list. While it is contrary to our principles
and practices it may in a measure help to convince the public that high wages of the laboring
classes are not entirely to blame for the high cost of certain articles of Men's wearing apparel.
We submit we have kept the faith that the people's stamp of approval
of the measures we adopted have compensated our every effort and that the insistence first
given that our prices were and would be lower and that our buyers shall NOT make commitments for mer
chandise at advanced prices has been effective for the public good. ,
Our dare to do right and the doing of it at the right time, in making a
practical and successful protest against combinations holding up war prices and attempting
to persist in mercantile advances in prices is our Declaration of business independence and every business day
of every week is our day of celebration.
So long as the wholesale market offers "breaks" in prices, the Curtis
Brown store will continue to reflect them in full. For this store was built on VALUES, is grow
ing on VALUES and will continue to grow that way. If it isn't one thing making better values it is another; for
where there's a will to lower prices and better values, there's a Curtis Drown way!
By This We Shall Stand!
Everybody haa a hobby. So have tee. Oura ia to mark
our mercltandiae oa low oa tee can, inatead of a high aa
ice dared.
irtis 3roin Qo.
Tulsa's Livest Leading Men's Store
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