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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1920
7' IN IMMIGRATION
Reorganization of Entire
r Bureau Has Been Or
dered by Post.
Commissioner General Shorn
f of Power; Only Secro
t tnry Cun Act Now.
i WAHiiiNOTO'-f, auk it -H"r
nhIii ,.f liiihrall lit 1 til til I
KNitlnn linn hern ordvrt'd liy Amlst
ant flrcrntnrv of l.lor I'rwit.
Tho nctlnn wnn taksn. officials of
the dnpnrtnient Mitil today lniun)
of conilltlonii IniMriillns "uttcir illMr-
sanluon of tli Imrfwii, hniH her
m mill ill iin iii'iu f'iiim
f Hirst slrrm In Hip ri-iirgiinlaalliin
twrre taken by Assistant Hern-tiity
I'ml on July 17. when i timniliwloncr
(loiifni: ol jmitiiKrHiion t iiiiiiiii'iii
wan shorn of (he authority which he
had axurclvrt for mimi'tlinn iml of
mnklnir rccnnimrndutloiis In hpdhiI
Jnml wnrrnn! mscr imsMlnif throiiKh
t bunds, Thi) ili'imrttui'Mt run-
tended Ihl.l ony tlin wiTt'tnry of
labor and I hi' assistant sieri'tiuy
jeru empowered by law to oxeiolno
j'idBtnent In mirh roses.
On AuriisI 14, n memorandum was
..prepared by Krrretory 1'iwt Imiulr
(jlne Into the "chiim-m nf nnd remiidles
ifcir the. dlsorKiiulietl conditions in
the bure.'iti of Itninlcrntion and Iin
'. Certain "undesirable" rondlllnnH
)ir(ivklllniT In th" bureau wero ord
fed remedied Immediately. Theso
'(Included besides tho onforremimt of
lino decision nffuctlnK tho transfer of
'idOdcincnt over nppeul nnd wnrriint
:Uhcm from the commissioner general
ii( Immigration 'tt tho secretary or
.'nwilnlftnt sorrotnry of labor "tin ex
i!Jwih freedom of access to tho liunil
'IKratlon bureau durltiK tho working
"lotirs of persons not officially con
illieoted with tho bureau."
'To Insure the removnl of thosn
Wlundcslrabln" conditions which could
lm remedied only nfler mlnutn In-1-Vrntlfc-atlon
and advisory cotilmltteo
.leao appointed to continue, tho In
quiry. 1 ' Durlnir the war when ImmlirmHmi
was slack, tho pemonnel of the Im
.ttilsrrntlon bureau at Kllln Inland wan
Hreatly depleted, officials explained,
; and now that tho lido of Immigration
YJJ"V8i "fxln, the nuthorltltH thero
llnd lhomelve creatly handlcuppeil
j HM nto Beeklnir a thorouRh roaj.
Junlment ot tho Sew York bureau.
pLSOfTBUYS A HOME?
;'l(Ictirq In WiudiliiKton Purrlmwil
ijilf; Uon" from Whllo llouno,
l5ie.ni Wi,f.on' "ccofl'iir to BOiwIp In
llflrclcs Adjacent to the wmto house.
; ly beglnnlnir to tnako plans for tho
Utlme. not fur distant, when ho must
tireltnqulsh tho tenancy of the exocu
JUvp mansion, nnd thoro Is in clrcu-
Wtton a roport that ho Intended to
vi?"JtIt.a,n a Pornianent resldonce In
jll numor that tho prosldant IntcndH
i'to occupy an old homestead known
;; tho Nourso mansion, recently pur
:dhsed by Cary T. Ornyson, his per
!onal physician and Intlmato friend,
iiluivo been whlspored abput for somo
.ijline without denial frgm tho whlto
;iw..Tl0 (Jryon resldonce. located on
vlnconaln avenue opposite "Friend
; ahlp," homo of Kdward II. McLean,
J ono of the most beautiful estates
4n the Ulstrict of Columbia. It Is
..tdeally located In a beautiful tract of
i t J acres well dotted with ahado trees.
It Is tho president's Intention, o
ho rumors bo, to occupy tho man
'ton Immediately after March 4
iWntll next summer, Extensive nl.
ijtgratlona nro to be made in tho housa
'UB modernlio It.
t- President Wilson spent so many
ears at Princeton university beforo
. b entorod political life that ho lias
,ino rcRular residence. Now that ha
J1 1b going to leave the housa ho has
lltieen occupying for tho last eight
years, tt ta Just probablo that he will
t'spond as much of his tlino hero an
Noted llcauli of
Nation' h Capital
vn J A
Mrs. .IiiIiii llrcmii .til.
Tim distinction of being known ns
one of the leading beoutles of tho
national rtpltal belongs to Mrs. John
Wilson IJrowu 3d, tho wlfo of u
prominent young attorney of Wash
Imtton and Italtlmnro. Mrs, Ilrown
was formerly Miss Itoso (lastoti
Cnpperton, dauithter of Clifford Tap
pertnn of Itluhmond, Vn., and a
popular bolls of that southern city.
Texas Commission Asks
$10 Detention Charges
AIWINT Texas, Aug. 18 Tho mil.
road cninmlFsloii, opening Its August
riMiRJn today took Ui u iropoal
looking to establishment of it d
tentlnn charge of 110 per day in ad
dltion to thn usual demurrage for
Texas railroads when certain curs
aro held by conslgnes until cle
miirrugo begin. Thn proposed doteii
lion charge would apply to open top
curs loaded with lumber, coul and
Great Joy Reported by
People Upon Announce
ment of the Act.
Ilr Hip .ftM,inir 'rra.
KliA8TOI'()l,, Aug. 17. Th
ml It.i'y forces of (Ifiiernl WrHngel,
u ad )f he nntl-liolsliftlk govtrn
iiirni In south lluml.i, now nggregale
al "Ut 1 iU.000, on'tblril of whom an
lii'li h-- nonps Itustlan offWrs
c ii,, .in r iat the bolshvvlk forow ar-
1 i ( ilnt neiieral Wran(il nro
nt pieseni iibnut 50,000 In myiibar.
Th u bi 1 in i ten are that the eoviotft
liiV, .me .100,000 troops on tho
I'iIiIi fi mt and luO.O'i') irsmves
avi l.ible elsewhere.
II iitriil Wrm gel's recognition bj
I i nee ami the announcement uml
J 1'ienrh dllilnmnt would be eni
here Irr nu'llat dy caused great m
julolnr; In the south Itusslan urmj,
wlili-h cxiiecls other ISuropmin pow
ers it follow :hi action of thn
I'eler Klriive, Wraugel's mlnlslir
of foreign affairs, told the Associated
I'rihs correspondent that .ill south
Itursln would rally to the geneml
Wrangel' polloy I- aetunlly giving
me i.i 1 1 m inn paants and prim
!-lng that the gfiveinuieiii wif s id
, netwcen tii'vn and Mie old owin in
nnd will grant (hum "new u.tpets
: Cletiernl Wrungel Is nsiuilng th
Hand owners will be psli' r"eri"inll
for the property, the remtiner ,M"
to be dcletinlnrd by n popular-elect
ed assembly As a guarantee of ltl
good faith, the general's wife
lllironr-B Wrangel, went to her own
I estate In northern Orlniei mil per
soiislly supnrvlnod division of her
In ml among the peasan's
75 cr Cent Gas Is
Verdict inn of Head
of Science School
HAS' rilANf'IHCO. Aug. 17
Hevcrity-flve cent gasollno Is n pos
sibility within two years, Prof C
K. Amberry if the I'limi Hchool of
Aliplled Hclence. I'li-veland. Ohio,
tlec'aied veslerday In an addres"
here before th" Knglneers elub.
Ills rnnaluslons, he said, were
based on hj knowledge of oil fields
already rtpmltcd end nrospectlvu
developments In various countries.
Ho deolureif that Intensive Invest!
i..itlinM'4n ill .sri 'I ihe world
had dmonitrntd Ihat thero no
longer nxlst adequate iuantltles ut
tilltt rasoll'.r h.fi eroolis .l'id
that tho future wi'lfutn nf tho
motor Industry depends on Inven
tion of a motor engine, nipable of
economlral transmtselAn yf ioweT
directly from Lrudu iiririiluuni or
u. light, efficient sturagn battery.
t lar-um l nr. Tn nnltrr-nr HOC f r 7.'f 1 1
Injured in Accident
(ioru Hutcrs Oil (Junir.
nlI,AIIOMA C1TV. Aug. 17 In.
dlratlon that Htnator Thnnias P
(lore, defeated by Hcolt Kcrrls In the
rerent primary for tho ilcuiorrntln
senatorial nomination will enter the
oil biiKltii'SH was revealed i"day when
a charter was grunted the (lore Oil
Leasing company of Oklahoma City
and Tulsa by Joe 8 Morris, secretary
When Autos Collide
MIM-'KALO. N. V,. Aug. 17. - Ono
woman was killed, a man severely
Injured and six other persons
brulsftd and cut when an automo
bile driven by Vincent Crocken
berg, of Towanda, Pa., was struck
anil overturned on the Niagara
Villi-, boulevard, a short distance
north of tho Curtis flying field by
a motor twr driven by Uedley
Hhnw of Toronto last evening. The
dead womnn Is Miss Honor
DUMPED TOO ' MUCH SLOP.g
DeleBiit'-s to Kewnlli Ciilrial Pi
till Congrees Start on Trip.
7.AHKDO, Texas, Aug. 17 Moxl
tn deloimles to the seventh uni
versal postal enngres-i. which con
venes In Madrid, Hpsln, next month,
ure leaving Mexico City today for tho
United Hlates border en route to
ISuiope. It was learned In advices re
ceived here todsy.
Hector T. Camus, recently ap
pointed third secretary to the Mexi
can legation In Spain, will leave
Mexico City tomorrow en route to
his post, accompanied by his wife,
mother and brother.
Alfonso Ac.ostn, appointed first
necretarv to tho Mexican legation In
Hwlt-erland, also leaves the Mexican
I'liiiltnl tomorrow for the border en
route to Hwltzerland. He Is nccom- West Tulsn Man Pined $15 for Not
panlml by bis wife nnd son. I Keeping .Sanitary Measures
' T TTT, l'ollowlng compUlnts made by
i tin., n.iiv ti,n wni.bed her several of his neighbors that ho was
,v,.- ... i,. rw.,i witw nuin. inoklng a neighborhood unfit to live
mobile, and. was p lrtb ularly In- " Weaver. West Tulsa, was
tTi'Sted in thn fact that lie was , ,
lii'lng annoyed by flies that per
sistently allUited on his neck and
fair Finally one persistent Insect
fnutid Imlgmcnl on his none and
Hetty Lou felt called on to offer a
suggestion, wlib'h she did In this
"Oh. daddy' Can't you shimmy
that fly off your fate'" Indian
a poll- News.
arrested yesterday morning and
chnrged with clumping filth where
It was prohibited. It was chnrged by
neighbors that Weaver had been
dumping dishwater and slop In his
back yard tor several weeks.
Tho neighbors declared that they
didn't object to Ills littering up his
own yard, but that an Intplorablc
odor resulted and tho health of Mn
community was endangered, After
hearing tho case yesterday after
noon, V. 15., Prentice, police Judge
fined him $15 nnd Instructed him t'
clean up his back yard and refrain
from such practice In tho future
(Irtproof with rnudtrn rarllltltt. luclui
tot X.rur ud Cllnlcil Lsbfltstorr.
TllAININO SCHOOL roil NTllSES
frJ S. Clinton, l, l., V. A. C. B. Pr4.
h !! "."". t- l-rtis Atnwiou,
lit. l).. Kuliltnt I'briieiins.
I 1 VfMt Ninth nd Jtck.on IUr.l.
,! I TULSA, OlilllOHA
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mt ibi(. smiihi. rstrmiif
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COLONIAL UHUti COMPANY.
DISTRICT NUMBER TWO
Totlay is your Inst dny. Do not
Gna Hill nnd save the penalty.
fail ),o pay your
Oklahoma Natural Gas Co.
117 West Fourth St.
Now Going On at the
Grocery & Market
I Opposite 1 1
Hotel Kctchum 1
UKLHJfc.Klfc.b A IN U BI C
MEATS CUT TO THE
XI Jlctter roasting methods
If Ilreakfast do luxe is
I If toasted -r.lvow Tulsa's
i most popular roffva .1
Vivl itch flavor all lis own.
tAV Ono package convinces.
I S Jour Bro,-'t'r-
iraHhw HiuuliTH Co.
SAVE $22.50 Only 3 Days Left To Take
Advantage of This Oiier I Mix
1 Terms. Cash
Thor Electric Washers, Station
ary Wringer $148.00 $133.00
Thor Electric Washers, Swing-
inR Wringer 157.50 142.50
Thor Electric Ironcr 1G7.00 152.00
Simplex Electric Ironcr 1G9.25 15G.75
Over GOO satisfied Tulsa housewives proves all
that wo might say about the Thor; a machine with
the correct Laundry principle. A factory guarantee
with each machine.
Place your order before August 21 and take advantage of the special sale. Phono
Cedar-1140 for free demonstration.
DODGE ELECTRIC CO.
Electrical Engineers nnd Contractors
119-121 East Second St.
That if the men folks only
knew what a hit they
would make with their
wives, they would never
come home without a
piece of our Aluminum
ware cooking utensils.
Beats show tickets, flow
ers or any other kind of
an alibi when it comes to
pleasing the wife.
TRY IT NEXT TIME
on wool suits
The biggest thing we've done for you in
many months is the offering of our regu
lar stock of three-piece wool suits at a
FOURTH OFF. They're of Hickey-Frec-man
and Stratford quality, and not to be
confused with the job lot clothes you'll
see many places.
The styles, fabrics and weights are as
good for fall as any you'll see at any time.
The saving is too big to pass up. Reduced
prices are $33.75 to $75, with savings of
$11.75 to $25, ACTUAL not estimated.
7V nlnn nlr-pl
Sold by Ttoy R, Getman. I Jill
Every one to his
-and when it comes to
flavor in corn flakes
I find most every
If - IWWftlliWaatltietAai
A fitting final for tonight's1
JUST keep it quiet until the last minute.
Then bring on this Coconut Cream Pie.
And when they're commenting on its all-around-goodness
let them in on tho secret
that it's the coconut milk, canned with the
meat, that makes anything made from
Baker's Fresh Grated Coconut taste better.
Baker's Fresh Gratod Coconut has been
rightly termed the "coconut in the tin shell,"
for it is just the pure snow white meat of the
coconut grated and prepared with its own
milk. No preservatives are added and none
are needed to make it retain its fine rich flavor.
On sale today at your grocer's.
Knar II. L.. rv L .1 . V T .
tr i'pc- 'trtiw,
Recipe for Coconut Cream P&iMeringueV
1 cap Bkr't Cno4 Coconut ffrom
wlitch milk hss Uiotoihi,
Plti.td end coconut ta Ucn Km,
r.t.d ntll IKht .nd n'njj.
Vl o4 CUD tnullJ lUg,r
1 cup Coconut Milk and tr.llk
2 lTl tablMpuonifulcotnciarok
1 14 f
finch of Sl(
Add boattQ est; yolkm onil cornstarch to
mllk,placo over alow (it. and cllr until
thick. Rcraoro from flro and add about
U tho coconut. I'OMclntooLM Uru twit
amalU baked crniti knd cover with itlrTIr
bcatrn rffz whites to which two or thre
tablaapoonaAl or powdered or crenelated
eugar bae been added. Srrhiklo cocooas
n top and browu getckljf in oven.
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We would be pleased to have you call. Our officers will
explain the many advantages of a Life Insurance Trust.
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aim j 'ifSTVriTl TaoisM
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