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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUSTS, 1920
f IMANY MINISTERS
I ARE VACATIONING
e Tulsn Pastors Use tho
J "Official" Month to
Get Out for Rest
i STOP 50MF .QFRMP.FR
Most Pastorates Will
Vlllcd by Men P'rom
Out of tho City
With th oponlnir of Ailf unl. "offi
cial" vacation month of the yrnr,
5 Tulmi iiaetorn are lilclnu thorn nwuy
to other itoctlons nf tha Rtnta anil lo
, - other aUtcii for mention trip.
llev, J. W, Ahpl of tho Flint
Mcthodlut KpJucopal church left
q Monday for a month' ulriy In Hltonm
a Bprlncn, Ark., where othor inHnncrn
1 of his family nrn orctipylinf n cof-
tre. The church offlco (lurlnir hi"
nt-nence will ho In clmrKo of MIm
Vtyn Kmery, pator' nsnlntant, who
has junt returned from a vIkU with
homrfolk In Mott. North Dakota.
Bunlny uvenlne Bfrvlcon will ho fll-
.iJSf . continued durlnir tho month of All
Tu,t' T,, fulP" will t filled on
i"lt T.KellOB(f. dean of the department of
V''f .,,1111,1. nt tha Mdthodlfit UnlVuriiltV (if
,t aouthern California, now attending
tt.it- convention nt Bllonm HprlnK", and
a f'on Sunday moraine, Aumiat in, uy
mev. J. K, Tlmrkery of thla olty.
1 l"miBerlntrndent of the Tula.i district
';of the Alothodlnt IVplncopal church.
' Following a farewell dinner given
" Jointly In honor of Itev. Hubert J I.
Clarko of the College Hill I'nmmu-
"" nltv church and I'rof. O, 8. Duffnn-
fl ''"duck, former clerk of tho chinch
t ro minllnn In lh V. f C A vxNterililV
.ly tho church neiwilon, Mr, Clarko
,;"left for Chlcnno where ho will pur
.r, chase a motion picture machlna for
.;;the allowing of fllma In tho church
community house now being ro.
painted and papered. About one-
lfour!h of tho purchaao money for tho
jnnelilna una already uoen rawea ny
dlfferont church organlr.atlon, tne
most recent contributions being 2
earned by llio Kendall aooiit troop
No. 9, and Jin aecured by Hunday
achool puplla from the aalo of paper
to a inlvnge company.
" From Chicago, Mr, Clarke will go
to Cincinnati, Ohio, to Join Ills wlfo
and their llltlo daughter Dorothy,
'"'and later vlalt his parents In Tcnnca
"ee. There will ho no ovonlng er
"'vices nt tho church during his no
""Bcneo. The pulpit Will be Bilpplli'd as
""follows! August S, Harry u. Helni
""mnn: August IE, Otto O. Seymouri
'""Auguit 21, nov. 8. U (Irlnsbyj AU
" ;gut 29, nr. J. M, Oordon,
N 1 Ilev. Meade Dutt of tho First
Christian church, with his wife, son
Hrookit, and little daughter Itowileo,
will go to, Tnhloquuh Wednesday for
a month of informal outing, Hlch-
nrd llcilbron, educational director
of tho church, will conduct church
services during Mr. DutfH nbsenco,
On Wedneday, also, llov, Q, W. Kerr
of the First l'rrsbytcnan cnurrn,
with his wife, on Hawley and
daughter. Miss Margaret, will leave
for a motor trip io uoiorauo. Jiev.
Hugh A, Creswell, assistant pastor,
will be in charge of church work
whtlo Mr. Kerr Is out of tho city.
IS- Jltv. W. II. Murphy, Jr.. of the
'Boconrt rresbytorian church, and
EMti, Murphy returned Sunday from
visit to Oalvcston, Houston, Fort
X,Worth, Dallas, and Torroll, Texas.
' During tho vacation of ltov, I, 8.
'Harton, tho work of the Bonton Ave.
nuo M. K. church la In full charge
r.'ot C, J. Atlen, assistant pastor, who
uTreturncd Sunday from a visit In St.
"'-Joseph, Imox. Iowa, and Kansaa
Lcity, Mo. The pulpit was filled Sun.
5day by Ilev. A. Ji Weeks of Dallas,
pedltor of tho Texas ChriatUn'Advo-5-icato;
tho official Organ of oouthorn
CMethodlsm in Oklahoma, Texas, anil
ENow Mexico. Ilev. MIku Caasldy of
f-Mlaml will preach nt morning and
"evening services on Sunday, August
wheat last full nre rewarded with an
additional five bushels an ncrn In
tho harvest. About CO farmers In
this rnnntv tried tlin nxberlment.
A premloum of 2R cents a bushel
Is another rfcoinmendntlon for the
new variety. Wheal averages 26 to
1'AWmiHKA. Aug. 3 Tho Incor
poration of the city of flralnola Is
being completed before lllo rlty com
inlNloncr, J. W. Maltox represent
lug tho Incorporators.
niilBH, Aug. .1. Joo Miller, man.
nger of 101 ranch. Is receiving mall
dally provoked by his plan of flow
ing suceesilvo crops of watermelon
seed to fool the npnlds, One woman
claims a havo defeated tho pcitfs
by planting nasturtium seed among
. - . I . t ) . ,1..4 it... 11-
HIT llll'liin. t'llllllllMK iiiivi. iltii
sects keep their illetanrn from this
junni. tinier enys mi win irjr nun
l'ONOA CITY, Aug. J. Trucks
nro doing much toward solving tho
transportation problem In the hand
ling of tho wheal crop of thbi sec
tion. It Is ImpoKslhln to get ado
(tiato railway car service. Hillings
reports no enra and tho elevators
full, flnrber got four enrs Wednes
day and Hunter has had only two In
a week. Illnckwell elevators nro
full. Dealers at l.uclen were buying
Inst week. Ileport has It that tho
elevator men In Oarflold and Nobln
counties havo Instructions to pay
no morn than I2.0P a bushel. Tho
trucks nrn hauling to Arkansas Cltv
nnd i.xpi-rt to cover a radius of 40
miles from that point.
IHTIlIJANIf. Aug. 3 Within three
dnys' tlmo tho peoplo of thlri place
havo raised n, fond for thn construe
Hon of n church building nnd the
employment uf a minister. Ono cit
izen donated the alto nnd Is helping
financially. Bubscrlpttons wero
mado to cover n year.
KINQFIHHKH, Aug. 3. Henry
Tuttle, president of Kingfisher cot
lege, has obtained flnanclnl help
from tho Congregational church
during his business trip to New Ung
land. Tho church plans to build up
n strong Institution hcc.
CimilOKHK, Aug. 3 Upon com
pletion of Iho left wing of tho addi
tion to tho Alfalfa county hospital
n formal, opening was held with tho
hospltul stnrr os hontH Tho hospital
la now itblo to caro for 60 patients.
HOMINY. Aug. 3. McKlnley
Johnson was arrested while prowl
ing suspiciously in tho brush with
two heavily loaded sultcaaes. On
being Investigated thoy proved to
contain wenring apparel to the valua
of f 403, believed to belong to Tho
odoro Hardy nnd his wife, Tho
firlsoner waived preliminary hear
ng. Johnson I nlsn wanted for
having forfeited his bond on tho
charge of relieving Daniel Weat of
WAHHUNCJA. Aug. 3. Elmer
Harnnrd hnH resigned from the
school board nftor serving 11 yeam,
and .Inrnea Shaw has been chosen to
fill tho vacancy, with Miss Hcnry
ottA oticm as clerk and Charles Car
ringer na director. It was decided
to havn nn eight-months school be
KINOFIHHKH, Aug. 3. Arthur
Hell nnd his brother-in-law allege
that thoy have climbed on the water
wagon with wllllam Jennings Ilryan
since mey uranK nnir n pint or de
naturcd nlcohol that cam near
proving fatal. They uro not yet out
ICA.W CITY, Aug. 3. Thn repub
lican women of tills city havo or
ganlzed undor thoo direction of
Mrs. I'hll 8. Maiion, vlco chairman
of the county central commltee.
Mrs. U. J, Harker la chairman of the Philippines wero mado today by
tho club, and Miss Haicl Clommons n,rco m1n)ert? of conKreg nt a
,eCn?enryV0rCi,rs"A-. ""Wl " th. Phlllppln.
WJllJftm Crtrtcr nnd Mrn, T. 12. chamber of commerce to tho party
Hmlth, with MI lA)int llnrcert n nf confrrenrnvn tourlnt; tho Far
I'AWIHISKA, Aug. 2, O, H. Kh
Irrs and A. J. Mrette, of the Osago
school of aviation, hnvn arrived in
this city from nn exhibition trip In
Knnnns. The home-coming tlmo
was four hours for the 260 miles
CI.NTIIK, Texas, Aug. 3. District
Jildgo 8pottlswonrl Hinders today
delivered n chargs to the grand
Jury In which he Instructed that
bllla be returned against every per
aon In nnyvny connected with the
lynching Monday of Llge Daniels,
OIIANOKH, lown, Aug. 3.. Ap
proximately $5,000 In bonds nnd wnr
savings sUimps wero stolen from
the aranger Bavings bnnk today
when thlovcn blow open the safe
WASHINGTON, Aug, 3 Tho an
thrnclto coal commission, appointed
by 1'rcsldent Wilson to adjust the
wage schedules In that Industry,
met hero today nnd started n,t oncn
on tho preparation of It report.
Tho commission has Just concluded
henrlngs which extended ovor a
period of several weeks. The re
port probably will bo ready for sub-
mlltal to rresiiient wnson in iu
days or two weeks, It was said,
MANIIA. 1. I . Aug. 3. Declara
tions In favor of Independence for
FAWmmiCA, Aug. 3, The conn
ty excise board has recessed until
Saturday to nwnlt tho publishing of
the estimates nnd to allow tho coun
ty commissioners to mako a chnngo
to provide for Increases In salaries
for several deputies.
Charles HonrV Hammctt. aged 74
years, died at his resldcnto on West
Walnut, Monday after an Illness of
innny yenrs, Mr. Hammctt wai
prominent In tho west and southwest
In the seventies and eighties as cat
tleman, banker, mine operator and
builder of railroads. He was one of
tho first to successfully operato In
the gold fields of Tonopah, Nevada,
He built the railroad from Houston
to Galveston, Texas, via ta l'orto
nnd sold out to Colonel Huntingdon
of California. Ho was one of thn
first developers )f tho Olenpool
field nnd was prominently Identified
with tho development of southern
Idaho, He Is survived by widow,
Otorglann, two daughters and a son,
Mrs. T. H. Ilaldwln of, Tulsa, Mrs.
Miller Hammi'tt or Tutsa. The run
" Now Playing
A IUtglng, HlorioiM Hcvclry of
Mirth, Miisln nnd Motion pit.
Una shower nf glgglcn and a
cloudburst nf Inuglw.
On tho Screen
in Avery Hopwoods
"Fair and 1
Tlio funniest farce ever written.
A play jWltli a cocktail, com
plication, nnd a kick.
Any Seat 25c Children 15c
I A L T O
BEGINNING TODAY '
MAY ' ALLISON
Ilnsnl on tho Celebrated Ktngo 1'lsy, "Judnli," by
by Henry Arthur Joncx
ADDF,!) ATriUOTION .
A Sreinco of Merry Ixtuglilcr
KclKxlnic:. 0:4.-), litis, 12:30, a, 3M5, 1:30, n:U, 7, s:in, 0:30
TOJIOItHOU- CHAllI,Ii: CHAFIJ.V In "TIIH CILUU'ION"
LAST TIMES TODAY
A "TALE OF
State Brief a
77 KINOriSHKH. Aug, 3. Ilocal
STcoal dealers aJega that they havo
13 about enough coal In storaga nl
tSready to supply tho people this win
H,or li cnRe a ral atrlko cornea. The
people who had W saw wood lat
Sjwlnter have been urging local deal
Sera to fill their bins to tho full ca
rrpaclty. S CHEHOKEB, Aug. 3. According
lo C. V, Newton, county agent,
j. farmers who planted "Kanred"
With hid ilio1ate pmmiAl endom
mrnl am -ahowman, Willi tun Vox
pffrntm William F&rnnra, th
rrownrtl ktnc of th rfrnrwH, In th
mlilttlfnt fiurrruM of the yrtun, "A
Tcie ut Two C'ltlm No rrrater plr,
no xrcatrr nut ho r In tho history of
crrrn or hiwkv
William rnrnom li a trtnmph th wttt Hto hnndrrrt yir, flawlfuly np
portnl hf m tint uniuinttlrWri tn brllllnnce luid ublUlj-. bcrneo that thrill tho
Motiil fnortfd br uiiwiim In trn of thomand.
A subtluif lorf tnry. u auprrmo pariflcr, a trrmrndon romance aralnat a
backvround of rlotonn bim! unrontroUrd powrr. It Imiom in trcmrndoot for
a world of inircwt tmlnr. Thin It tho picture that turn crltlm of tho ncreoa
Into ajnainl and deUxlitril outtiuthuta. ,
The Great Author Charles Dickens
The Great Actor William Farnum
The Great Drama "A Tale of Two Cities"
llaprrblr rontrlfnl H mnrn tho world to nymnathjr ami tears, ddlghtlnff,
Mtonbtlilnr ami rotnpUliif the admiration of ail the men and women of the
Win. Fox News Jccl Mutt and Jeff Comedy
siioui.no at usual auwission tbices
1 TULSA -J
riu)sri:cT aiui nociU'oiui
rr fiTttEET PttRAOE
K. Arl JAM fWfl on 3MMt
tr o PtiwowAe.eea 2 m apnfoi
r. Coootw win iev ovi
Downtown Beat Rale ut Tleiall ttrag Store,
111 . Main.
HGIom, ltoiulii' luJldrnre flflj
LW Ilurglaryi Compt umitlon, ufll
Form, Ortun, Auto Jmuruaco H)
PHIL KRAMER 1
H IHtH. rail, HKAMKlt, Mar. M
l in 1 1 111 mirni mi 1 1 II
A stirring (lranui of Uio outtKista of Jinplnw-Of a woman whni
mnrrlca to icjiim) Mvorty, unit of licr nilloua Iiusbaiul who woditctl
her to Mlruco Uio only witness of Ills crime. An extraordinary.
fcntiu. A gmit cast of player Including Wilfred I.unw, Whcoler
OaUiiinn, Frederick Starr, Milton Itoaa, ami WcUcy Harry,
A New Comedy and Other Features
Ope" at 10 k. in. Showing Contlnnoiu to 11 p. ro Came Earl.
Coming TlmnidBT, Friday, Saturday ltli Tiif Urr Ilron. Itoiul Show rrank
Mayo In "Tliroush Kjm nt .Mm" ami Jmnlta Hansen In tlio elonlnc of ilia
6 realm! ot iluj. Hank Mann In "lbs Messenger," aupported br tho Hank
rral will tako place at III old home,
JtunUvllle, Mo., today.
The body of Oeerne I. I.lncer, 41
years old, who wax killed at Mollnc,
Kan., Monday morning, when tho
auto which he w.t drlvlnK over
turned was rtrelvod here yesterday
morning. Hrlef perice were hold
nt 4-30 oelork from the Mowbrny
chapel .itni-tho body waa cnt to
Olarkiburg, W. Vn., whore tho fam
ily of tho dcceniicd man rclde. Tho
ecrvlces which were held hero yes
terdny were for the benefit of tho
friends of tho dead man. He was
formerly a resident of Tulsa.
Mrs. Mory J. Cflhlll, iC years old,
died yentorday afternoon nt ft local
hospital from typhoid. Khe Is aur
vlvcd by her husband, M. J. Cahlll.
The Cnhlll home was In Kansas City,
where the body will do seni nn
afternoon. Mr. Cahlll Is an owner
of considerable property hero and I
ho nnd his wlfo wero hero looking
after his property Interests. Mrs. Ca
hill becamo 111 about threo weeks,
nco. Sho was 111 with the snmo dis
ease last summer, when sho and her
husband made a brlefo visit hero.
Obsciules will bo held In Kansas
IHO A I.I, NI'AV VAUDEVILLE AND riCTUIlK 1HI,L
Open nt 10 A. 5t-Conllnuou. Till It r. M Vundetllle I'leturn
On the Stage
l'eal url iur
Cofcr'a Harmony Trio
anil n flloriotin, (lllllerlnr, Clalair of
Hnitllng-, During Danuela
On the Screen
Tli 1Vorld' OrfHleKl Attor
In Trenienilou. I'lar ot Emotion
"Jules of the
A Mlslily Drnma ot Hi Human Ilrart
"The We4dinK Night"
Warner Oland in
"The Third Eye"
FOLLOW THE CROWD WHERE TULSA 18 ENTERTAINED
Schedule 12, t:30, 3,
4:30, G, 7:30, 9
Comlnir Thiiriilny. l'rldy and Saturday Tom Cofer'a MualI tlovu In com
pleln chn of vaudeirlUo and inimical com edr--their beat bill of tha week.
On tho acreen Wm, Tor prearnta Iluck Jones In "Tha fquaro Bhoolar," aena
tlonal wratarn. Alio Illlly Weat comedy. Alao Win. Duncan In "Tba silent
Aventor," muln( adventure,
Today arid Tomorrow '
Big Double Header
Showing the 14th Episo'de o f the Great All Western Serial
"Lightning Bryce" fcf6
The whole story hinges on the various attempts of "Powder" Solvang to gain po
session of both the hnife and the string, i Also today on this big DOUBLE prop-ram
'HIS TEMPORARY WIFE"
A Startling Leap Year Romance, and good comedy.
at 10 and 20 Cents
with nn all star cast.
Last Times Today jj
!Jso Ij. Ijufky presents "
George H. Melford's
"The SEA WOLF"
Hy JACK TXI.VDON ,T
A I'arninount Artcrutt Itcture ,
A new eoiueily tlint la funnier ,4
Hum "Tim (irocerr Clerk" nnU ,
"School Dajj.ii - A"
Mdi "ni iri nrmnnnfr'tt VS.
Majestic Orchestra and
Screen Time 11:30, 12.30. 2. Yi
3i30, 5, Osao, 8, 9!30
In tho breoilcst conicly In years
A cyclono of lunclw with two of
America's Kreat Mars,
Screen Tlmo 10:0, liiao, 12:15,
2 S, 3:15, 4:30, SMS, 7, 8:15, 0:30
"l married you to keep your
mouth nhutl You married rne
Tho nboro Is n neeno nnd uncivil
from this MlrrliiK ilr.imiu A
forceful nnrrutho tlmt thrllU
A NEW COSIEDY AND
Last Times Today
In her very newest and
The fountain of youth is
sometimes hidden by the
false foliage of old age.
There is a delightful ad
venture told in tho new
Norma Talmadge picture,
"She Loves and Lies,"vith
Also, a new comedy and