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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1920
HOUSE PROWLERS 1
Police Believe Organized
Gang at Work During
the Summer Months.
0 ARRESTS MADE YET
Manner in Which Homes Arc
Ranisacked Is Evidence
Ilouso-prowlrrs nnil sneak thieves
3-ovc again become nrtlvn In their
depredations against sunjmor vaea-tlonl-lM
Presley . Walker, Jr., 05 ICnst
Nineteenth, who In taking n two
months vacation Is tho latest of
"Tulsa's oil men" to suffer. M. Dan
his, gardncr for Wulkcr. early .Mon
day morning dlwovcrcd that a base,
iiti lit window hail been broken. Ho
ciMcd the police atl.t all Invistlga
tloi, bowed that the house had been
omphlcly ransacked, from cellar to
rF.rrctt Kntraiife WJH galm d thloUgh
the basement window.
I3i rv clothes closet and 'trunk In
th hour" had been opened, miiiir of
them b foice and thu contents
K'tltcred ever J where.
A hlna closet, filled with valuable
rhl in and cut gloss wim the only
p.ate III tho hoiisii which had not
In en mounted. Tno robbers hail up
parcntly not noticed It or failed to
.onsbler Uk contents worth carrying
ff The valuo mid extent of the
loot cannot bo determined until Mr.
" allcr returns.
Clothes thieves entered the home
of M. J. I'lanngan, f,?i North Kl
M'ood, sometime during the la-it
pion'h while be wan away on a vaca
tion and went through the bouse.
Nothing wns taken but clothes, but
Mr Kin 11 isati declared yesterday
that he did not know what tho value
ivo.ild Im Kntrance was gained
t;rojph the back door.
JnmcH K.igan, 921 South Outhrle,
nlsn suffered from houso prowlers
When hli hnir.o was entered last week
white he was In Colorado. Although
the house had tho appearance of the
china shop after tho hull had made
11 visit. Sir. Kagan, said last night
thit l'.e had failed to discover any
No one has been arrested In ron
lif tlon with tho robberies. Police
; official;) express tho opinion that
' there Is an orgnilzed gang of house
breakers at work.
TI33C AUSTIN of Cheyenne, Wye,
Vas In Tulsa vestcutny on busbies
Mil AND MRS HUGH GARY ate
mending a fchort acation In Noel,
ADBLA1DK HKKJUEL left this
'vcek for Ptnnsylvaula, whero fche.
will spend hur vacation.
M. It. DOWNS, a business man of
Kapulpa, was ir. Tulsa ye-Hteiduy
looking alter buslrcfca lntcrosta.
Mil. AND MPS. U. F. M'CL'NK
vlll leavo today for an extensivo
trip through Ohio und Indiana.
C. II. Cf.KVKI.AXI), president of
the Kbit National bank at Sklutook.
wat In Tulsa yesterday on business.
J'K. AND MILS. M. J. IOWIIY and
MI13 Maigirel Lowry, Ills ulster, 1017
l.'ust l'lfueiith street, aro vlyltln
lelatlvcs in Madison, lnd.
I'. 1. ANDKlcSO.V, treasurer of
the Tulsa Cold suira&o company, 10
tui ned jcstcidiy from 11 husircis
trip to icl'.lt.i Kails, Texas.
C M UIlKWBH ban nrrlved In
ijbnnwood SpitngH. Colo., where he
met nls family, who have been
unending tho summer at Iauh
WOHD WMi iccelvod todny that
I-ci c'linton had arrived In Denier.
.Mr. Clinton, who Is vice president
tf the I nlon National bank, lofi last
yet k with his family ona motor trip
F.u Colo 1 ado.
MAP.P.TAnK UCMVtJES were Is-
euod ti the following jesterday by
tho clrk of county court: O. (1.
Weaver, IS and Ida Pearl Hanlster,
i'l. Tilia. ('hai l, s (J Gray. 23. Tulci
und Matl G. I.orence, 26, Corlyn
vtile. Ill ; Ilogan Hopkins, 27, lto.io
31111, Va , and Lena I. Carter, 3,
When He Quits Navy Job I
mi "1 a
Greatest Success Attends
Reorganization of R.
Secretary of the Navy .loselihus liaiiiels 1111 sintlnir Kranklln TV Itnnse
velt, democratic vice presidential candidate, with a f Ivcr IovIiir cup upon
the occasion of tho biter's leilremeiit from IiIh du'les as assistant secre
tary of the navy. The prcsetitutioti. took place in front of tho Navy
building In Vi'ashlnhton and was witnessed by hundreds of navy depart
VIIIORO, Kinland, Aug. 10.-.
Greater success seemed to have at
tended reorganli.itlon of llusslan
railroad transportation systems, es
peelally In passenner traffic, than In
any other htanch of the Industrial
life. From Verkhnn-l'llnsk, the
tapltnl of the bolshevlkt's rar east
ern buffer state, a traveler can rldo
Into Moscow or l'etroKrnd In 10 days,
traveling from Omsk on llusslan
Pullmans, If ho U on business or Is
In a 50 mile trip across there Is
I, COO rubles to bn paid. The sum
li less thnn ono American dollar,
but also Is less than tho amount
needed at scores of truns-Hlberlan
stations to buy a pound of meat or
salt from tho peasants who sell food
nt tho railroad depots.
The brightest spot In tho whole
picture of bolshevik! Hussla Is rep
resented In attempts everywhero to
emphaslio education. Kfforts ar
bring 111 ado to establish reading
rooms and schooH for both ctvlllnm
and soldiers and to earn for chlldrei
during thr food crisis.
Much of tho Instruction naturally
Includes teachlnc of tho doctrines
of communion through dictatorship
of tho proletariat wortd revolution
and class wni
llusslan opponents to Bolshevism,
however, declaro that, In tho faco of
actualities such Instruction serve!
only In ronvlocn thn people morn
thoroughly of the ImpoBslbllil; of
realizing their needs thruuh
methods such ns they are now ualir
going under a dictatorship.
To Hold Denver Force
Until Quiet Prevails
DKNVKIt, Aug. ll.--Oolonet C. ('
Hallon. commanding military forces
onlied to Denver fnllgw.nir rloti
growing out of tho strike of street
car men. annm.nced today that
troops would be hold In Denver un
til street cars wirv bcln! operated
by Denver men slid the Mrlkn break
er sent out of tho city.
TULSAN IS FIRST
Local Girl Leaves Poland
After Long Service
With Y. W. C. A.
Miss Kleanor Woslelewskl of this
city who has been serving In Poland
1 with tho Polish Grey Samaritans, as
I tho V. W. C. A, workers In Polnnd
I aro called, since tho first of lb!
year, sailed for America Ibis weok,
uccordlng to word received by her
father, A 1''. Waslclewskl, contractor.
After a short visit In her former
home In Minneapolis, Minn., sha will
come to Tulsa.
Miss Waslelewskl had thn honor
of being tho first Pollsh-Atncrlrati
girl to enlist In tho Polish Grey
Hamnrltan corps of thn Y, W. Rh
was holding an Important position
with thn Cleveland draft board when
tho first call for volunteers was Is
sued, After enrolling sho took In
tensive training In St. Alexis hospi
tal In Cleveland.
Sho sailed for Poland In December
Klin Tl... l..l..ot ..llw nt ...hirtt. all
has been stationed Is Warsaw, HI10
speaks tho Polish, Slav, mid Czcclio
Mlovak lanRiiages fluently.
When In Tulsa three years ago sho
was employed by nn oil company.
Her brother, fortnor Lieutenant
Henry Waslelewskl, recently re
turned from servlco with tho lied
Cross In Hlberla,
Two Bright Young Tots
Are Awaiting Adoption
Two blue,-eyed, goldon-helred
biby girls, lesr. than a week old. p"i
fect in form and health, are looking
for homes In Tulsa.
They 111 e now at tho Sand Sprliv, I
Homo hospital Ono In 6 and the I
other 7 sears old, and both In per )
feci health. They may be seen at
1110 hospital at any tlmo by those
who would like to adopt ono of the
bright little tots.
complete an electric circuit and II
lumlnato pictures or an advertisement.
Coins placed In n money changing
machine intended for public placet
All Mil lis of
locks mid Kills)
( loci. railed for
I.. It. 11.
S. l' Dr. S oind
11.1 mini llldg.
PIkmip Cedar 03(1
BOSTON SHOE SHOP
320 1-2 S. Main
SANDALS nor tnS;.,ll
n si -v --w .
to be shod
T 11 E S li
if.; ... Tits
To Size 11
We say now $11.75, because
they were $15; they've been re
duced. They're very good "buys;"
you can wear them now or in the
fall and winter with woolen
hose. In brown calf- jJ
Our entire slock of oxfords at simi
Go as Far as
Name "Bayer" on Genuine, ;
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" Is gen.
iilno Aspirin proved safo by millions
find prescribed by physicians for over
twenty years. Accept only an un
broken "Hoyer package" which con.
tains proper directions to rellnva
Headache, Toothache, Karache, Ncu.
mlgla. llhoumiittsm. Cold md Pain.
Handy tin boxen of 12 tablets coBt
few cents. Druggists also sell larger
"Uayer packages." Aspirin Is trado
tr.,rli Twvnr fnmifneltirn Mono.
NO SOILAGE I
Many of Tulsa's Most Suc
cessful Business Men
are investors every month in the T. U. L. S. A. Uecausn
we offer the best rate of interest in Tulsa, backed by
over $2,000,000.00 worth of Real Estate security and
your money with us i3 not taxable.
We Pay 6 to 9)4 on
We want your name on our books.
Tulsa Union Loan &
KAItl. W. SIN'Ct.ATU President
JAMKH 13. WAD 13 Vlco-Prosldont
T. J. HAUTMAN .-..Vice-President
MAHK 13. CAIllt Treasurer
CI.13I3S l lllil'CU Kerretary
WAHUKN D. AUUOTT Uencrul Counsel
Phone Osage 5254 8 East Fifth St
Perhaps you didn't get to go
as far on your vacation as you
wished, but never mind. Start
to save and next summer you
can take the kind of a vaca
tion you wanted this summer
and have money to spare.
Fourth and Main
Joxt4 to OmTrntlon.
Hev. It. Xi. llrnnnon, pastor of tho
Orcutt Memorial church, left yesler
day for Ilaldwln, Knns., whero he
will attend an Ilpworth leagun con
vention before (coin to Kldorndo
Hprlngs, Mo., to spend tho remainder
of his vacation.
VILLA WILL DE BUILDER
IVx-lnlnw lie nmt Men Will Blunt
.Nations Cluitigo of Heart.
MI'XICO CITY, Aug. 11 rran-
elwn Villa bandit letder, and his
followers will show the .Mexlcmi na
tion that they can "build as well a.i
destroy," according to a manftosto
ulgned by Villa and his officers, thn
text of which was received by Kl
Universal today from Its correspond
ent at Tlahualllo, stato of Durango.
Tho manifesto pmlses the "good
faith, honor and patriotism' of Ills
regime of Provisional Presldont do
stsrt Wednrsday, August 11.
Elva C. Barrows
!4 miles south from east end Fif
teenth street, on lwls avenue
Ilcinnants Vi Price Until Noon
This is qn Invitation to all women who
appreciate fine JJtidcr garments
to attend this
at a Discount of 33i
Never hnvo wo
had Hiich n com
ploto and beau
t i f u 1 line of
lo offer in fact
tho whole stock
in really TOO
complete, and to
make the neces
sary stock reduc
tion is the reason
for this extraor
lection of silk
us was never of
fered in the good
city offered at
prices that will
to 'nth degree.
It will be n
please," for the response to this announcement will bo unusually brisk.
Choose any piece of silk underwear (Jersey silk excepted) ("Mildred
Stout" garments included)
At Exactly yi Less Than the Original Price
Thursday, Friday Saturday Only
Three windows devoted
to a partial showing.
Made of crepe dc chine or wash satin.
Flesh or while. . '
Regularly from $2.75 to $13.50 . . -.
All at ONE-TIUllD OFF.
Crepe do chine, georgette or wash satin.
Flesh, brown, black, orchid, blue, pink or yellow.
Kegularly from $-1.50 to $37.50.
All at ONE-THIRD OFF.
Crepe de chine, wash satin and georgette.
Flesh, black, pink or coral.
Regularly from $10.00 to $37.50.
All at ONE-Tlllim OFF.
Tub silk, wash, satin, crepe de chine or georgette.
White or flesh.
Regularly from $0.50 to $50.00.
All at ONE-THIRD OFF.
Silk lloutloir Caps
In every conceivable kind.
Regularly from $1.50 to $10.00.
All at ONE-THIRD OFF.
A Sweater Offer
Pullover and coat stylo.
Wool models only.
All good colors.
Regularly to $12.50.
The Price of All
During tho Annual August Salo
New Storo Hours During July and August)
Wrclc Days, Open fl n. in., CUwImr nt 6 p. in., Saturday, Open at 0i30 n, m., Closing nt 8:30
ms rnrrr-n wnniMin.., iisr
Mcinbere of Uio Tulsa Opeu Shop Ahwclatlon
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