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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1920
ON SENATE PROBE
Can Investigate Until
Doomsday and We'll
Be Clean, Says.
DEMANDS COX'S PROOF
Senator Kcnyon Snys Com
mittee Will Go to Bottom
of Charges by Nominee.
coxtinukd rnoM r"K onw
mlllloni of dollars lit n campaign
'Tho Washington Vrml of Augtifrt
IE, In reference to the same, said
tlmt you stated ft 'capitalistic
ring had captured the republican
pnrty and wan now 'trying to luiy
nnd control tho presidency'.'
"Again, Mo newspapers report
ou nil stating In Ohio speeches that
tjfb republicans had raised n $16,
yAOfl.000 fund nnd Hint you had thin
rviuriict' i i" nui unow 11111 jruu
worn correctly quoted, hut If yoil
fmstlrn you that mcmher of this
subcommittee will go to the bottom
of any charges) of thin hind, and
If this In tho situation rn want to
thoroughly Inventlmtn It.
'I nm sura thnt nn a wood eltlsen
nnd an n candidate for thn presi
dency you will ho willing to nsalst
tin nnd would not make these state
ments without evidence to support
them. We would bo glnd to ham
you furnish tho commlttoo with
such sources of Information as will
help them In getting nil tho facts
nnd wo would ha plcnsed to have
you nppenr bofore us personally at
nny time you might dwilro or send
us a communication It yon profor.
or send someone who can glvn this
Information. The committed has
adjourned to meet ngaln Monday,
August 30, nt tho federal building at
Chicago nt 10 n. in., nt Which timn
we will bo glad to havo you furnish
Into Hiinnn nnd Missouri.
Following the probe of tho cam
paign funda of the national organi
zations, tho committee plana to ent
ry lis Investigation back to Mis
souri, thence to Kansaii and Okla
homa. Kenalor Kcnyon said this
afternoon that tho commlttoo has
not concluded thn probe, of the Low
den and Wood funds, and will fin
ish them "to make tho records com
plete." The committee hag received num
erous complaints concerning the
misuse of money In Kansas by tho
I.owden forces and In Oklahoma by
tho Iowtlon forces on tho republican
nlda and the administration crowd
on tho domocrntlo sldo to defeat
Bonator aoro for rcnomtnatlon.
In Missouri, tho commlttoo will
conclude Its Inquiry Into the activity
of Kdward Y. (loltrn. democratla na
tional committeeman, charged with
misusing his offlep to promote Sen
ator I'almer an candldata for tho
democratic nomination, and also th
alleged extravagant usa of inonay by
Ilrecklnrldge Ing, tho democratic
nominee (or the sonate.
NICARAGUA HAS RIOTS
Bovcnit Killed In DlsturlionocH Over
Itoglstratlon for Election rr.llt
leal OpiHUicnta Jnltrrt.
MANAOUA, Nicaragua, Aug. :4.
BovcrnI persons wero killed nnd
there was bloodshed In many towns
throughout Nicaragua during tho
disturbances Incident to tho regis
tratlon of voters August !1 and 33,
It was learned In advices received
Thousands aro said to have been
deprived of their registration privi
leges and consequently the rlgh to
Vote, because times surround, tKn
registration booths In many pans of
tho republic and provented tho ap
proach of pollttrnl opponents. A
number of prominent politicians of
the opposition were Jailed.
The two days had boon set aside
for registration of the cHlcon In
ordor to qualify ns voters In tho
presidential citations o bo hold In
VETERANS MAY GET RATES
Goro Ray Itriltiml Fnro for Oliln-
liomn City llcunlon UmxTtaln
World's Capital Ilureau.
WABHINOTON, Aug. 24
wliother or not veterans of tho JOth
division 'nro to got special railroad
rates for their reunion nt Oklahoma
City Bcptomber 3K, 2J and !7. do
pends upon whether they con get
general officers of the various rail
roada in Tcxaa and Oklahomn to
make application to tho Interstato
commerce commission for permission
to Install npecl.il rates, Senator
Thomas P. Oora of Oklahoma today
wired Iko 8. Washburn of Dallas,
, president ot tho 00th division nsso
Nation. Hon&tpj- Ooro told Washburn tluvt
under existing law the Interstato
commerce commission cannot Inltlato
excursion rates for the occasion.
GOVERNOR PAROLES HAYS
Sotttcncvd To KcrTO Year On Con
miction of Attempt To Kill.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Aug. 24.
'Will Hays, 24, of Caddo county, wan
paroled this afternoon by Governor
ItoborUon, following his conviction
last spring of assablt with Intent to
kill. He had been sentenced to
eervo one year In tho Grnnlto Re
formatory. Hays lather-ln-law
caused his arrest, charging Hays had
attacked him with a shotgun. It
was ullegcd that nt tho tlmo of the
attack tho father-in-law was at
tempting to persuade Hays' wife to
American Tank Steamer
Is Towed to Port Eads
TAMPA, Fla,, Aug. 24, The Mex
ican j-eiroieum company's tank
uteamer. l'uel Oil. disabled In tho
culf more than a wcok ago. was tow
ed Into X'ort Bnds, La., today, Ac
cording to a wlroless report received
FOHT SMITH, Ark., Au It. .Tha flret
baleef cotton of the eeaeon here, ralaed
by 11. C Ineaa of Keota, Oklahoma,
brouiht I1U.5I an the atreet today, or
it, 1 crnte a pound. It welxhett tot
pounds. Ineaa received a bonua of till
s?rem Keota and Kort Hmttli merchante
nU XS for tie seed, a total ox llil.lt.
Clothing Conccrm Sue
Tate Brady for Mils
Alleged to He Unpaid
Tnlo Itrndy wan named as tho
defendant In two suits filed yes
terday In tho superior court. The
Adraln Knitting company, n Mich
igan corporation, seeks to collect
237 which It claims Is dun for
merchandise. Tho Iyi Vogue Waist
company of Missouri has Institut
ed a similar suit fur the recovery
Wireless Experts Rapidly
PITY THE OPERATOR
Tremendous I'oBBibilltlca In
volved In Development of
fly TIIOMAH WItint.RY
NKW VOHK, Aug. S'.Wlrolcas
operators nrp keenly watching tho.
progress ot tho experiments in wire-
less telephone by which, It Is pre-
dieted, It will noon bo possible to talk
r for tlio day to nrrlve when It will
e ''Hello, Mabel' How things In
.ondon". This Is Charley talking n
Jew York " I
in the big wireless offices In this.
- .i . ...i,,. wi,.,. ii wiitl
In the big wireless offices In this,
city, whero the radio operators gath.
er while their ships arc In port, wire-'
irss telephony Is one of tho chief
Ionian of convesatlon
"For tho lovo of Mike," an opera
They aro a slrnnKO "sot," these
ty noon Is 'hello girls' connecting up
tra passengera In tho staterooms with
their friends fit home." Tho remark
enme after his frtond, Just arrived
In port, raid ho heard singing nnd
vlctrola musla all tho way from Den
mark while ha was on n ship not far
from the Atlantic coast.
They aro a strange "sot," these
young men, most of thorn scarcely
out of their teens, who handl" thn
wires on board the big liner. There
are llrltons and Hcots nnd Americans,
and sharp-eynd Italians from every
port of Importance nnd ns they gath
er In tho wireless offices they talk
of strnngn' things In the most com
monplaco ninnner. To them dlrttnnco
Is only reckoned by tho strength nt
their wireless apparatus, nnd they
tell of snatrhea of conversation with
their friends, who are hundreds of
miles away, even n thousand or moro
04 e. morn nothing, which. In (ruth,
It I to them. And thcro are "'her
stores they tel, too, uhlch aro not
so pleasant of flashes nnroai the
know oi, tioant h rhv whloi U
t-, .. i t i ..ui..
nsslstonce, repeated over and over
Many of tho operators now In
ehargo of tho wireless on board tho
Irnns-Atlantla linen wcro In tho ser
vice during tho war, most o them
tinder the Hrltlsh fing, and they ran
tell tales of many of their comrades
wluio rails tliy plr.J up whllo
rrtling ineir nay ncrt me sun-in-fei'td
xinoi telling tt ft 'Oipedolng
r.nd ot a ship going down, but nsklng
bo given them.
It Is far different now with llltlo
to disturb thetr dally routine of send.
Ing and receiving dispatches, and
the new era' of wireless telephony
will only enlarge tho scopa of thtlr
work nnd provo n benefit, ns all new
Shawnee Ulan Stricken,
Not Expected to Live
HHAWNK10. Okla., Aug. 24 A
man supported to bo John Wlllngs,
about til years old, l.n In the Shawnea
hospital, unconscious and said to bo
In a sarlous condition. All efforts to
find his relative who nro said to llvo
In this statu, havo been futile, Wll-I
ings was working for I.Ioyd (Iran-
lapsed Into uncoticlousneRa and hns.'
puai nuiuoriueu say ne ja not expect
ed to live. I
Sco Important announcement of
Tulsa Undertaking Co, In this Issue.
DRIVES OUT CATARRH1
Pleasant and Easy to Use.
t)r. Illoeier la tha orlrlnator of a certain
combination ot medicinal herba, flowera
arid berrlea to be amotted la a plpo or
ready prepared clxarelte which la mtellnr
with uriuaual aucceea In catarrhal troublee.
reechea all the
air paaaagee of
tha head, noae
and throat, -A a
the dlaeaae la
liilre with the
air orou breathe,
ao tha antlaeptlc,
healtnc vapor ot
thta remedy la carried with the breath
directly to tha affected parla.
Thta atmple, practical method appllea
tha medicine where epraya, douches, olnt
menu, etc, cannot poialbly iu. Ita etfeot
la aoothtng and htallnc, and la entirely
harmteaa, containing; no cubeba, tobacco
or habit forming druce. It la plcaaant
to uae, and not
thoae who have
never emoke.l. if
you are a eutfer
er from catarrh,
al deafneaa, or It
aublect to fre
quent colde. no
matter how aevere or lontr etandlnc, you
should try Dr. Uloaeer'a Itemedy.
Tu prove the benedctat. pleaaant effect,
Tha Jllo.eer Co, Mlt ill, Atlanta. Ot.,
wilt mall for ten centa (coin or atampa)
to any Batterer, a aample that will verify
their ctalma by actual teat. Thla trial
packaite contain! aome of thla Uemedy
made tnto clfarettea. alao eome of tha
powder and a dainty lltUa pUie. AdvL
Owen, Moore and Sharp
Had Framed Holdup
Several Days Before.
MOORE LOST HIS NERVE
Plan for Him to Shoot Nlda
Mlscnrrlcd; Owcna SnyB
Shot Was Accident.
CONTtNUKIt FltOM PAdM OUK
hour or morn. Ho Nlda and his
Hudson worn selected as next best.
According to Owons' story, as re
lated to the assistant county attor
ney, the Harmon woman rode In the
front seat with Nlda, while ho and
Moore wefo In the rear seat. It
hnil been planned for Mooro to do
tho nctual killing,
As tho car sped toward Hod Fork
lto Hnturday night. Owens reached
In a hip pocket, withdrew a revolver
and handed It to Moore, telling him
It was tlmo to "bump off thn driver,
so his body could bo thrown Into
, ' w1, ' ( t ,,.f
mc0yeryi ,!ut jf
oo rn was suf-
., rmm MinnW nt vMtnw.
"0m A" ntt"Ck f VeUov"
Ho reached out with an unsteady
r'"c"'" ' h
1 ,'r , .h"
, ' V7 i 'i '.."i C
Is alleged to havo declared In n.
rmm uwons, according to n s
' ry. grasped tho gun firmly n his
right haml ami Hit Nlda ahcayy
blow on tho sldo of his head. An
he did so tho car swerved quickly,
then rnmo to stop,
Nldn, realizing his plight, and
fearful for his life, begged for
mercy. "Tnko my enrj tako my
money anything I've got. hut don't
kill me, ho begged ns ho started
to climb out of the car. Owens
then commanded him at tho point
of tho gun fo get Into the rear seat,
whllo Moore crawled over Into tho
driver's seat nnd started thn car.
Owens remained standi?, sitting on
tho back of the front seat, his gun
pointing nt Nldn, who, III from tho
forco of tho blow, reclined on the
Owens, however, said ho did no
shoot Nlda Intentlonnlly, lie en Id
the gun was broken by tho Impact
with Nlda'a head, nnd that ho won
trying to repair It when It vki dis
charged. This part of Owens' story
conflicts with that of Nlda, who
from his bed In tho Oklahoma hoa
pltnl declared ho was shot deliber
ately. A few seconds nfter the shot, and
before another bullet could bo fired.
Jn;Pd oyr tj
Ino car. hplnir rnttmt
tho side, out of
a few minutes
atcr '' R, ,,a"!,'nB motorist coining
townrd Tulsa. Tho Hudson, with' tta
occupants, sped on toward Hapulpa,
Owens' confession entirely corro
borates that of tho Harmon woman
ns It relates to circling nround
IIowo Beautify a
Summer Soiled Face
It'a raalljr alinpla matter In rtnorata
a. fact) aollttt by aim, wind fir dirt.
Ordinary mrrcolltnl wait, ut.nl Ilka col J
craatn. will tranatnrm tlia worat old com.
r-laxlon Intn ona ot anowy whllenr-aa and
VflvMjr aoftnaaa. It literally rt.la of(
tlia outer veil nt aurfaca akin, but ao
sanllr, srailuallx. thara's nn dlaeomfort.
Tha wornout akin cornea ott, not In
tatchea, but evenly. In tiny earllatea,
leaving nn evidence ot tlia treatment.
The younger, healthier under-akin form
Inarha new complexion, la tine tit cap.
tlvatlnv lovetlnraa. One ounce ot mer.
collie.) wax, to ba had at any drur atore,
ta enough to remove any tanned, red
dened, pimpled, freckled or bloicliy akin.
Apply before relfrlnr, waahtnt It off
Many aklna wrinkle caally with every
wina inai uiowa. wnn neal. worry, elo
I An excellent wrinkle remover, becauaa It
tlthlena the akin and atre'ndhena re.
litxed muidti. t a waah lotion made aa
aaxoiue. one ounce,
POPULAR rOA GENS RATIONS'
I I iliass
COMPOUND COPAIBA and CUBEB3
AT YOUR DRUGGIST
Aak fW nXtl,MrjaHJ.Y.M tWtlh.ttoe.
yUaoal qaeltloa If Hant-a lalea
r." "V." eiaea or Storeaia,
etur.VUaaworiaTlleK. eta. peal
eome dleooaraaed keraeea ether
ireaueeau railed. Ilant'a Haifa
J" 2.ae aat Xeaee
fMfi!UKS1i'4-Jrn l a oar rn
A. a. SUaUnla (i.Bl,raea. Teiaa
COMINIM, lllldr. tXMl'NV
U Instantly relieved and toon
healed by applying
Antiseptic Healing Oil
It Is a SoothlnH. Healing Analeptic
for all local Irritations. 30c per
II To kuou real nuro olivo oil Si
fl use imported
Hapulpa and running Into a "blind"
road arid subsequently Into a fence
After tho machine was "dltehert."
according to Owens, ho and Moore
engngoa in an altercation which led
to a fight. Afterward Mooro and
the woman returned to Tulsa on
Inn Oklahoma I'nlon Interurbnn from
Taneha and went to, their rooms
at 1114 Admiral houtfivnrd. Owens
returned to West Tulsa and spent
the night at tho Krtsco hotel, he
Hunday morning ho came on Into
miea ana wont to tho rooming
house, whero ho found Moore nnd
Pharp In bed together. He read
them nn account of the tragedy In
a morning newspaper, nnd declared
thnt they had better "scatter" be
fore serious consequnces resulted,
owenv started toward Nowata,
where ho was later apprehended.
Moore han so far escaped canture.
Hharp was found Hunday mornluj
and taken to the city J.ill.
JWore giving Ills confession to
Montgomery, Owons, realizing the
seriousness or his prcrvmcnt and
bitterly resentful of thn manner In
which tho public had taken the
event of Haturday night, asked ns
stirnncn that violence would not fol
low his statement.
Thnt Mario Harmon will ha used
nn n state's witness now appears
probable, owing to her confession
and her npparent rebellion ngnlnst
those who plotted the blond-rongeal-Ing
and nefarious plan Into which
shn wan drawn. Owens told .Mont
gomery that he Intended to marry
ner ns soon ns they reached Okla
homa City, which Indicates that she
Is not the wir or an oil field work
er, na was first reported.
Just whnt the quartet Intended
to do when they reached California
hns not been stated by nny of them.
It Is presumed by officers that they
Intended to dispose of the nilto
mobile nt Dallnn and with llm
funds so obtained pay their far to
Nlda's condition remains critical,
with n fighting chancn for his re
covery. Montgomery said Inst night
that nrrnlgnment Svould probably
Up postponed until It Is moro def
initely decided whether Nlda will
tlve. A report from the Oklahoma
hospital last night was not overly
TWO MORE TOWNS
CONTINUED KltOM FAOFJ Offfl
advices, which announced the tak
ing of a total of 70,000 prisoners.
Thousands of prlsonora wero being
captured dally, It was said, and were
being brought In "by peasants armed
with scythes." The military spoils
already taken from tho bolshevik!
wero described, In tho official ad
vices as "great."
J.ONDON, Aug. 24, Ono plan for
tho settlement of the Danzig prob
lem under consideration today by
Oreat Britain and Franco waa allied
military occupation of thn city, al
though up to tonight no decision had
It was stated hore that military
authorities of both countries are
ngreed that It would ba Inadvisable
to attempt to unload munitions thore
at the present tlmo notwithstanding
i-romier i.toyu ucorgo a statement ai
Liiccrnu thnt ships should not be
stopped at Danzig.
n..t.. L.! - L. . !.L!- "rl
v.utij. iiau tan u tjuikAjy u,,w
trilglit, tort and gtouy by tiling
Nelson's Hair Dressing
There'i nothing to equal Nilion'a
for making stubborn, curly hair toft
and eaiy to manage. It deans tha
scalp and ttrengthent tlie lulr rooti,
make tha hair grow. All pcxxl
drug atoru tell Nebon's. Get a
Ncleon Manufacturing Co.,
Richmond, Vs. ,
fireproof with modern facllltlea. loclud
1st X-tlay and Clinical Laboratory,
TKAIMN'O HCttOOL FU1I NCIkSKS
rred a Clinton, M, D r. A. C. s. l'rea.
I. It, Carleton. M. I). Ljtle Atbertoo,
u. v., iteeiueot i-nyelclaca.
Weat Ninth and Jackeon StreeU.
Lons OUtance Phone Oeaia ill!
AND AUGUST 26
Two groups of four young women each, will be organ
ized for a 3 weeks' course in. the fundamentals of LONG
DISTANCE telephone operating.
PROMOTION to CLERICAL nnd SUPERVISORY posi
tions, dependent upon individual merit.
Youxjipplication should be placed AT ONCE, to enter
205 Calumet Blag.
(Opposite Old High School on S. Boston St.)
Office Hours: 9:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. Office open
Sunday. Osage 2900.
Ending of the War Has
IS CLUMSILY HANDLED
Architects of the Versailles
Treaty Havo Nullified
Stated Objects In View.
NKW YOHK, Aug. Jr. Otto H.
Kahn, following his recent return
from Knglnnd, Italy and France,
whero ho conferred with econo
mists, bankers nnd statreimcn, both
of these countries and of Itunsla and
Oermany, has Incorporated his im
pression Ir. a paper, "Impressions
from n Journey In Kurope," Just
publlxhed. He says In part;
Those who framed tho peace
treaty of Versailles, while affirm
ing and, I doubt not. Intending alle
giance to the hopes and aspirations
of the liberal opinion of tho world,
havo to a considerable, extent nega
tived them In fact.
Ilartorlng and compromising nnd
st wing the seeds of dlescntlon among
one nnothor nnd of discord through
out the world, they havo sot up dis
positions which resulted In leaving
production, commerce. International
Intercourse, Indeed tho very condi
tion!, of rxintencn, completely out of
Joint In olmost all of Europe east of
tho Ilhlne. They havo Ignored what
was among thn most cssonllnl of all
tho elements Involved In readjusting
the world from war to peace, name
ly, the element of practical ,ccono
mlcn. They have produced a treaty so
llttlo consonant with tho realtlen
that from thn day ot Its promulga
tion to this day It has been a con
tinuous object of controversy, of
readjustment, of interpretation, of
haggling and whittling down, and
hoa consumed the tlmo, thought nnd
energies of the leading statesmen In
tho various countries to the detri
ment of domestic affairs.
Solemnly proclaiming the prin
ciple of "self determination" they
have granted or withheld it, accord
ing to their discretion Thoy have
Involved themselves In commitments
of sovereignty, control or regular I
tlon throughout the world calling for
military nnd other efforts, the cost
aaee enly, like pletura ehera.
Reluia alt lubeUtutee.
occur most frequently
with those in a run
""down, weakened condi
tion ; whe are nervously
and physically exhaust
ed. It will pay you to keep
in trim these hot days by
The Great General Tonld
fold lly All llrllable Druraiate
Soto Mannfae turrrel
liYKO SIiaUCINH COMPA.VY
Near Tork Knnaoa City, Mo.
tVo Pay 0 Compounded on
any amount Invented monthly
Under Ktnto Sutwrvlnlon.
Wo solicit your account.
Home Building &
8 IT 8. ncstcn
nnd hurdun of which go beyond tho
present capacities of their respective
nations and beyond the sanction ot
They Inlected Into tho matter-
of-fact business of making peace
with Oermany a business which
demanded promptitude nnd finality
the cnmnlexltles. delays nnd un
certainties of a world-embracing
elhlcnl experiment that called for
calili anj detached and separato con
sideration and treatment.
They havo mishandled the flno
and universally acclaimed concep
tion of an association of nations to
maintain nnd strengthen Interna
tional law nnd preserve pence, nnd
seeking to utilize It for unrelated
purpose) havo evolved an Instru
ment largely dlvorgent from that
Thus and In other ways. Instead
of peace and settlement, they have
wrought dlspcaco and unsettlement.
It would ba futlto to discuss tho
distribution of responsibility among
tne treaty manors ror me snu dis
illusionment which thn outcome and
sonuol of the Versailles conference
brought to a world that stood ready
nnd expectant to follow a lead
worthy ot tho high Inspiration which
had actuated tho people of the al
lied nations and America during the
It sounds paradoxical, but In a
large sense, It Is truo that Kurope
for the past year has been suffering
Irss from the effects oMhe war than
fro mtho effects of the peace.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 24. Keno
sha, Wis., 40,472; lncreaso 19,101,
or Sft.4 Tier r.nf.
Unkersfleld, Cal., 13,638; lncreaso
0,311. or 46.1 par cont.
IHtoxl, Miss., 10,937; Increase 2,
S8S, or 3S.9 per cent.
Wnukeshn, Wis., 12,558; Increase
3,818, or 43.7 per cent
Washington Aug. 24. New
Iberia, La., 6,278, decrease. 1,221, or
16.3 per cent
H. K. BOYSEN
205 Pan American IJIdg.
rhono Osago 6010
Bold by noy It. (.ctmnn.
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Doubles Its Beauty.
A few cents buys "Dandorlno."
After nn application of "Dander
lno" you can not find a fallen hair
or nny dandruff, Leslies overy hair
knows new I'.fe. vigor, brlchtness,
more color and thickness. Advt.
SAY "DIAMOND DYES"
Don't streak or ruin your material tn
e, poor dye. Insist on "Diamond Dyes."
Eaiy directkms in every package.
GIRLS! MAKE A
Lemons Whiten and Double
Beauty of the Skin
Squeeze tho Juice of two lemons
Into a bottle containing three ounces
of Orchard White which can he I. ad
nt any druc store, shako well and
you have a nuarter pint of harmless
and dellchtful lomon hleoch for
Massage thl.i sweetly fragrant lo
tion Into the faco, neck, arms and
hands ench day, then shortly note
the beauty of your shin.
Famous staco hcnutles use lemon
juice to blench and bring that soft,
clear, rosy-whlte comploxlon, Lcm
ens havo always been used ns a
freckle, sunburn nnd tan icmover.
Make this up md tty It, Advt.
I-BEADED u GOODS
Tcxas Societies Call
Meeting About uotton
I1ALI.A8. Texfis. Aug. 24. A mass
meeting nt Dallas on September W
was called today by the American
Cotton Association, Tcxaa Industrial
congrese, Texna chamber of com
merce, Texas stato farmers' associa
tion, Joe Hirsch, chairman of the
Agricultural committee ot tho Ameri
can Hankers' Association, Judge W.
V. 1tnmv. fi1rrnj reinrvn nirent.
nn1 fnit ehnmlier. nt rnmmprcfl to '
consider tho marketing of Texas cot
ton at' prices above cost of produc
tion. SUFFS PREDICT
COLBY WILL ACT
continued rnoif rxoK onb
I.ansden nt his residence last night
on behalf of Governor Ilobcrts. Sec
retary of Stale Btcvens and Speaker
Andrew Todd nnd Clerk W. M. Car
ter of tho senate, parties to the re
straining order. Tho names of Seth
Walker, speaker of tho houso and
opposition leader, nnd John flrccn.
clerk nt the house, also nnmed In
the Injunction, were not on the pe
tition presented to the JuatlJc nnd It
Samuel A. Boorstin
Attorney and Counsellor
Now located 828-28-27 Mnyo Hide.
Law of Oil and Oas
I,i w of Corporations
cltnaa. llonde. lleeldenrn
farm, tlmln. Auto Jneurance
MRS. I'llII. KKAMini, Mr.
ACTTTRT J ,F,
Monday and Tuesday
No. 8 West Fifth
FIND OUR CORNER
Where- Haskell crosses North Main, and you
will find a modern bake shop with ail kinds of
good things to eat. See us, or call us for any
thing in bakery products.
MKMUIMt Ol'KN SHOP ASSOCIATION
5 KAST IfASKKIjIi l'lIOMJ OSAOK 2558
J WARREN KERRIGAN
W.W HODKINSON DISTRIBUTION
SHOWING AT TIII9 IeTItlC THKATER TODAY AND TOMOIIROW WITH t
KDDin POLO IN "TUB VANISHING DAG G Kit"
The High Price of Sugar
makes one welcome foods which
are rich in natural sweetness.
, -the ready-cooked cereal
requires no added sweetening, for it contains
its own pure grain sugar, developed from wheat
."and barley by twenty hours' baking.
Sprinlde Grape-Nuts over ripe fruit or berries
and you'll save sugar.
was understood only Justice Uins
cjen, Governor Roberts and Mr.
Thompson actually know what wm
Paid on Savings. No taxes.
Tulsa's oldest and largest
Savings Association solicits
Tulsa Union Loan
and Savings Ass'n
8 East 5th St. Osage 5254
First Drop of Rain
Put on Your
Weed Tire Chains
In ISc loaves tha economical size.
210 Illchard Bide.
Third and Ho.ton .
Formerly of Hot
Iilood. Skin. Oenlto-Urlnary
and Venereal Diseases and
eeneral office practice.
Berumi, Vaccines, Electrical
Phono Osage 8144 "
in "THE DREAM CHEATER1