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PADTFD PHTAI Q
Says There Is no Reason
for State Tax Levy
in Next Year.
WILL NEED 7 MILLION
Estimated Income C Miliums ;
Cash ItccourHcs Mny Uo 10
MIlllonH, Ho Declares.
' OKLAHOMA CITY. Aug. 29.
Trnnk G. Carter, "lain itimitor, le
Glared Saturday that "no roncon or
i-xotue exist for u Ux lovvy ror
stale purposos for thn floral ynr
ending Juno JO, Mr. Caitor
wa discussing 'tho statement of
Oklahoma'" flinnetai condition,
which he Issued this afternoon. It''
Mil IMO eopl. if Hi stutenicnt
printed for distinction
ltiipilrc 7 JIMIIiiii.
'Total requirement for llio year
will not ln greater Iban t7.23-4.V0 1.
8!." hi' will. "If wo collect tho Imi
tative estimated Income of lti.2S.
r.oo. and w ahull cohort fT.SOO.Ioo.
and mltl this to the surplus, wo shall
liavu Ofl'li resoiim of in.M.IS7.
57, or 3, 411, 35a 99 In excess of rc
(iilrmriit wltliotit any lovy nt nil.
Jii there .my rpimon for a levy for
' state purpose for tho present fiscal
Tho stain boird of vquallzntlon
under ! law "VV nn 1,(1 v.""
Jorem tax of mi"-halt of1 mill. Th"
proceed of this do not occruo to
the hem fit of grnoinl revenue. Half
of It Ih crcdltol to tho hlihwny con
struction fund .md half t.i tho com
mon school fund."
Item of Ih ftntVii general rov
cnur fund ivntlulile for Hip present
enr, mn lllc.l I'y Carter, Includ"
fS.r09.A4S.llX I" nd valorem tux of
Hint year' b-vy,, which 1:ik not yvt
been collected. Tho new citlinuto of
earnings of vurloiM rova'tu- produc
ing departments ft govuni'icnt lt
tn!i C,n25.10O, ns Against (!,225.
tSJJ.Mi cotlfctod If am the nam"
'I sources last your Collet Hon hint
yenr, compared v''h Carter's cstl
males, inpluili'. (irosi pioducllon
tnx Inst onr 3 353.101, estlmati
H.OOO.flOO; Incline tlx Inrt yenr
aSH.Jt:. esilmntc I50.U00. Interest
on dnlly ImUiticot.' slate troasuroi,
, lout yenr IM. t JO entlr-u In 1B0.
t'00; corporation llreine ti'X Inst yenr,
1230,017. rstlmtto UOO.ono liuiur
tincc commissioner lnt year IM1
. "it, Mtlmnt" 1500.000; hrhwny
.' piHmnt l.mt year 13SC.3K8, pttlinutt
"Tiic reven'icn noted nro not nil the
revenue of tho Mte," Carter unld
"Tim unlveifltlfii and nolleitei nru
credited lth n nrent amount of rev
enue from tho xchool land, unit
these du not accrue to Mm benefit of
ihp ennrt-nl rev)inio. hut arc noplled
to tho credit of tie lnstltutlon, Tluij
Mate iiru imii nuui, tmn i-.,.,.
, warden, bnr oojnmllon nd lnur
nnrp cnmnilislnner alio nraducii rev
enue for aiieclnl piirpo!i. If tho
need of tnM upecial purponoi are
met. the IcBlnlature mnv tiniidfer tho
bnlnncra to the credit of general rcv
t nilB, None of theao rovenuea are In
cluded In the alatemcnt."
ICMImuted cxpjnucs of tho flnt
for the M'ar endinit Juno SO, 1920, In
cludn tG.fiHt.OSr.At npprJi rlatcd by
Hip lefilslatur". K07.RO0 Xond no-
mint, liso.atif.si ueiiciincy roriui.
eaten Issued by tho ttovrnor up to
Jttne SO, 119SS. and 3200 000, the
tnnxlmiim amount of deticlency pc.--
milted to be crwitPri durll'if tho liren-
cnt yenr a total of J7.J3t.X0t. 88,
Dlscinsln.i the revenua ahould n,
alat levy bo lmpoed to be ndded to
tho aurphu already eatlmntcd t9
amount to 3I4.1M9!. Cflrtor llatx
Oni-half of one mill, Hurplui, H.246,
r.)7.3; onn mil', J5,07S,80l.7H; ni
and nnp-hnlf nulls. r,.vn,CJCU,
thu total niirnlui I'paultln from lev-
tea of varloin amounts tin followL
tWO mill", Jli.7 IJ.SJD.I9-
-Cn-Opciiitloii llctutvii Cllle mill
riurtit sctlcmciitn Will tin Studied
Brn-lal lo Tin World.
i:a MOINK8, Iowa, Aug. 29.
Tired, but happy, tho delegation of
29 business men which left Tulsa
hint night for this city for tho pur
poro of making a comprehensive
study of tho relationship of tho atute
fair to thn business Intoreat of
Iciwa'K capital city arrived hero at
6 o'clock. They were cordially re
ceived by A. H. Corey, secretary
Vif the ntaty fulr association, and a
delegation of buslnesa men repre-
Quality 111 8iTlro anil Suppllet
AT A K.WIMI OP OXK-HAM'
Corner I'lrst anil N'orfnlk
Academy of Dancing
II I'i Snulli lloiildcr
Artlotlc and aoriul dunces.' Class
or prhate lesson. Children and
adult. KvenlnK rlaaaea, Mon
day, Wcdm-tday nnd Baturday.
Buclnl dancing. Tueaday, Thurs
day and h.itunl.iy Obtain ad
mlHioii card nt academy.
Make arrangement for your
Draughun Scholarship TODAY.
Advanced tuition rates go into
effect AVednesday, Beptom
Osage 30S1. 610 S. Main St.
20S Tenders Placed
b.. New Umnl Jcj,orl
Inform Stale Chief
OKLAHOMA C1TV AilB. 29
It, If. Wllnnn. Male Riiprrlntendent
of arhoola, today rerelvnd a report
on tho nollvltlea of tho teacher'
Placing bureau of tho atate de.
pnrtmcnt of cducntl'ii Record
Inu to t. M. Howell, chief hUh
Holmol Inappctor, why madn tho
repot t, the newly o-ifnbllidied hit
reiui placed 20B tonclurt In te.hoola
of tho atutii thU aunimer. Appli
cation! of 339 tiiohi-m ure now on
file, the report wild.
centime the clmmbor of romineren.
ThroiiKh 'ho coiirteay of tho fair
iiaiwt'lulloii offlnlala tho prlvato cut
in porltnd within Mm fulr Hroiltnlx
ami will lio oCLiipleil by the tourlsU
diirliic their two dnyn' atay.
Toniorroiv cmnpiPhniiHlvn aur
vey of the fnlr altuatlon from thn
Htrli tly liuiluraN atandpolnt will be
iimtiiPiippil with oaeh liiiHlneiH) man
deli-Kaleil to Interview men cnttaRed
In hla line of biiiOnc here, ao that
a complete and accurate report tan
be madn upon tho return of the
ilelesntlon to elvlr rluba and other
At n Ini-i'tliiK held In the train
Ihla afternoon M (V Hale wna
cluwieu i li.ilrniiiu of ( leeiitlon.
Under the plan na adopted the two
mornlnna will he devoted alrletly to
bunlneiM and In III" aflernooua the
deleRatloll will Visit III a body tho
various Kltractlona of the fair.
Callmlo I'rli'Mt l)l..
I'AIHH, Aim 29, -Cardinal Ion
Adolidie Atnottn nrchblfilinp of
I'arU, died auddenly today nt An
tony near I'nrla, where ho waa en
Joying a vacation Tim body waa
brmmht to hia I'arla rraldencn thin
KOIt SAiVK -Thin ntlrnctlvn S room realdonce, god location on ho nuth aide, hardwood floors throughout,
Oak finish on tho first floor. Ivory finish on Hie second, Four tleuplng rooms. Including sloping porch, base
ment, fttiniice heat, large cistern, gnrngo for two car, with soivim!' quarter, corner lot Immedlato pos
sessing, priced at u bargain for quick sale. If interested In residence property, see our Hat beforo buying.
Wo hive a number of homes for sale of six to eight rooms on tho south tilde.
Phone 1279 , 619 Unity Bids.
"Why ixse cereals
that need sweetening
while suar is siacli
sot. item of table cost?
Wky xiot eat that health"
"building 11 cereal , sweet
with its own pure .sixar-
A package not only
delights taste flsut
provides sturdy food
value from its Wended,
full cooked elements
of wheat and malted
At grocers everywhere
Made ly Postum Cereal Co.Jnc.-. Battle Creek.Mick
Dignified Hcsort for Jcf
Hon. Frank Z. Curry, former mem
ber of Ihn alalo lenllature from
Tulaa counly, who hellcvea In a eon
inltullorial form of government, haa
ant to Thfl World a elnned atnte
ment addreeaed to democrata who
feci that tho parly lender are trylntt
to lend them nwoy from the prill-
eitileH iinnn which tho patty wan
founded, railing upon them for nn
enprcwdon on the formation of nn or
Ijnnlriitlnn to be known aa "Conatltu
llonal Ieiiinerata." lie aoya:
"I'i'Inu your paper aa an excellent
medium to rearh many democrat
who are of the name mind aa to the
real Iwuiea now confronting the volera
of the nation, I wlali to make iMme
ulatnmenta nnd niodeatly offer a few
miBR-catlona for the conalderntion of
IhoiM h'allatln nnd aeemlngly at eea
"We meet with many who have In
the print alood fotir-Miinre with the
democratic party III acaaon and out
of aearon they havii labored with
brain nnd nlded financially toward
democratic tucceKa. Vletorlea of tho
pally received their npptauae. liven
In defeat t.iey wore democrnta tho
mor. Their parly loyalty can not
be aerloualy and honeatly iuettloneil,
Hut, now, with tho Iwoict-nn made up
by thn admlnlKtrntlon of I'realdent
Wllaon; roprraenlnllvn Koverntnent
ntmoat ilentroyed by htm; the leaRUe
of nnllonif pact ndilled on tho ilom-
TULSA DAILY WOULD, MONDAY, AUGUST 90, 1920
oi ritt, rrrrtjr nnd Candldnle f'.x m
ilnrMnB In all rcipci 'a the WiIhmo nd
rnlnlairatlon and imrnllnB to b I'"
all which Mr. Wllaon haa prml d
leaBUtt of nation with Miction 10 and
all other aeellona many fallhful,
true and tried demnornla find thom
aelveii party homelew. Th'.-fcO demo
orl art. not roadlly wllllnn tr flKht
fo what they bollevo to ha for the
bcat'Tnlereat of our country under
the flag of another parly. Itelng n
life-long democrat, born and reared
In the alatf" of (I, oraln. we eaally un
deralaml why they heallnte and eom
promltv tho altuatlon by romdiidlntr
to remain from the poll, neKlectlnK
to exerela their rlfht to vote No
lauii vllal to thn future welfaro
of our nation haa ever confronted tia
before. The dli.MOllltlon or Win union
waa not, by no meant, no everloallnR
ly vital. Kor ua to become a party to
a world government mean to aubor
dinato our nation to the governing
body of Hie world government, and.
Iienee, dentrny our con Hutlon and
all n hnvo hulldrd tipun It. We, of
thn democratic party, who lo-uevn
that the conalltiillon of thn tTnlted
MlntiM ahnutil aland flint, laat, ail
preme nnd above all, can fight effer-;
tlvoly for thlc aenllment and yet not i
loan our Identity aa domoriat. I
"If wn are loyal to our conntllu'lnn!
who would ihiro charge u with dla-;
loyalty? Arfi our brother democrat'
ready to admit Hint to he a demo .
rrat we muat be willing to forrak"
the cnnntltutlon of our father and
Hwenr iilleglancn to a ronatltutlon
formed In Murope? Clod forbid'
There are many of ua. Scattered,
alrength In no ftrenKth. C'onccn
trntcil effort la effectual. Why not
get In touch with each other nnd'
organlzn our believer Into n militant
boat of warring aoldler under a flag
Inscribed 'Cnnirtllutlonnl DamoeratM' 1
nnd go forth next Novomher to battle
for thn candidate who believe aa wc
bollevo 7 Lot's go. What any you-'"
TROOPS CALLED TO
GUARD COAL MINE
Detachment of Infantry
From Camp Sherman
now in W. Virginia'
WlU.IAMH'iN, W. Va.Wug. 29 -A
battalion of Tinted hihIch infantry,
numbering between too and 1f00,
1 nilei eomlnand of coluiiel 1 wkhnrt.
nrrlMMl here 'this morning from
.(amp Hherman. (htlli othe )Tt''
A detuchment i,f aildleia will bo
alntloned at each mine In the atrlko
zone fiom Kermlt eat to Imlurm".
;a dlalanre of 00 mllea. It was un-
inoiin -ed v
Colonel Itiirkba-dt wok met hv T.
M Iiavla, adjutant gneinl of Went
j Virginia, i epr enentlng riovernnr John
Begins August 30th
Ilnroll Immedlii' dy. oven If you cannot begin until later so
that you ma i.ik advantage of our present low rato.
Telep i -or O' i 1 139 for nn appointment or call at the collego
office, 109-11 li Third urect Hoc Mr. Ciulc or Mr Newland.
Tulsa Business College
The Paramount .Reason
The paramount reason why we invite you to come to
Traders No. 4 at 105 East First street to buy your
groceries, vegetables, fruits and meats is because we
know that our expenses arc less in proportion to the
bus-mess done than any other store in the city. This
nnd other atlvntaues enables us to make the lowest
prices. If it wcro not for-the above facts it would not
bo fair for us to ask you to come to First street to do
This Is the Pace -
The best .Vut 9Q
Ilest Sour I'ltted 9Q
Nn. 2 Cherries dJj
Oood Coffee, 9Q
per pound LjUVj
I.lptun'H hlghost grade A A
Yellow LubI Coffee
I.lpplncoti No. 2 cans, 9Q
Apple Hotter ; iOL
Van Camps IB oz. "I Qn
Catsup ' ( JLC
Bkookum 10 oz. A f? n
Mixed Tieserves. . .." 'llll
Krult Preserves OOKIi
X Munact String "I f)
Compound, -J Q
per pound luv
l'lno Lemons , " rj
per dozen llv
llxtra Belectod fully guaranteed . FA
Hggs, In cartonn t)flbC
, Dry Salt Jowl, -I Q
per pound I JLOt
n.icoiv Squares, 9Qn
per pound . . MUU
Oood Ilacon, QOn
per pound -..?...- OiiC
Ilex Heavy riacon, Q.j n
per pound .- tffiC
Fancy Sliced Puritan nacon, rr
In btfxcs , OOL
C. V. A. Poaches. 90 n
No. 3 Va. In akrup i-iL
Ilonlta Poaches, No. I cans, 9Cn
heavy syrup iOj
Prlnco Albert Tobacco, ' IP
per can .' JLOVs
I Tollo Twist Tobacco, - A
per twist, lUt
Fancy California ' C .
liurnutda Onion Jt
111 iu..L.itonl -1 Qn
Ilaklng Powder ; lOt
1 oz. Calumet 9Q
liest Pennut nutter, OAn
Good No. 2 1 9r
Tomatob r..r JLijl
Standard .Corn. s 1 9
per can JLtJj
Puro Pork 9Q
Link Kausagn , CltJj
Ileef Holl, - rt
per pound XjL
Ivoln Stp.ik, QAn
per pound . , u OUC
Mntche, lied Seal, r
best quality OKj
Owing to the big crowds that arc visiting our store we1
can not give our customers the most prompt attention.
For the Host Service cjo your shopping early.
Traders N-o. 4
105 East Firit St. Phones Osage 4935-8692-G970
New England Cafeteria
Will Reopen Tuesday at 11:00 A. M.
Tho New England Cafeteria ho been repalntfd and thoroughly re
novated. Starting Tuesday at Noon wo will begin serving the
same good quality of food that' has made this placo so popular
In the past. Wo wish to thank our friends and customers for their
patronage nnd to assure them that tho same high standard oi food
and sanitation will ho maintained In tho future.
Try Our Noon Meal Tuesday
307 South Cincinnati Street
ACROSS FROM HOTEL TULSA
il CornwcU whojc terilay naked the
nmm.i r.ir tri ons beCa-i' OI
diM.idcin In ionn' Hon wl'h the coil
mnke in Hie Jlingn field dur.ng Ih
iimmtner They vlmted a nonpar oi
luolnta in Hie dlatrlct and mapped
I nut distribution of the troopa. Of
Hie 5 mine In the dlatrlct 20 or
more hm remained open during tne
atrlki, accudlng lo operntor.
CllirAOO, Aug. 29 The central
, . ...a nr.i trtrlitv nn
iieparirneni i 'i -v.-..-
nounced that 400 men had been or
dered rrnm camp nnerinau, . "
cnthe, Ohio, lo Mingo .county. ANe't
Virginia, In connection with the
mine riot mere, inn unn-m pi........
han In en received nt Camp Mer
man at n m., today, It waa aald
CHAIH-KSTON, W Vn . Atlg 29
I'nnffli-lal Infoimnllon received hero
t. night from Wllllatnnon. county aeat
of Mingo county wnt to the effect
that certain dein- hmentt of Cnited
States iroopa hid reached Wllllatn
non. Deinll wern incKiim
ISLAND dF MALTA SHAKEN
Pcopln 111 I'nnlc n Homes Collapnet
Heavy IliiiniiKO Occurs III Tim nt
LONDON, Aug. 29. Tho Island of
Malta suffered nn earthquake ahocli
of connlderablo force early today,
eaya a Ccntrnl Ncwm dispatch from
Home, quoting advlcea from flyra
enne, Welly. Nuineroutt buildings In
Klnrena and the turroundlng dla
Irlct wcro aerlously damaged and
the population, waa In a panic, tho
Mesic js EssErflnu
You Should Buy
T T 11.J.1V X V 11
It's the biggest opportunity of a lifetime.
Come in today and select a guaranteed
piano on the easy payment plan
Choose a Used Piano From This List
No. 1)07 Chlckcrlng & Sons,
upright: rosewood cafe; looks
like new; splendid condition nnd
n hie value,!!! a high K
grade used piano at.. Dt
No. DOS Estcy, upright; bca.u
tlful mahogany cjisc; been used
n, short time for demonstrating
sheet music. Could not be told
No. 010 Decker A- Sons, up
right! one of the old standard
makes In a good rose- (J- A (T
wood case, Price.... iDxtcO
No. Oil Star, upright, mahog
any case and looks like new
Inside and out. 0"
Brambach Grand $710
This is a splendid value and you, will never duplicate it
again at the price. It's a real value, see it today.
HaB flno fumed oak case; looks
like new and Is a wonderful
valuo at the price.
Solo Concerto Player Piano
The best player piano for the money on the market
and every one fully guaranteed. If you are thinking
of getting a player piano you cannot afford to miss
seeing this Solo Concerto at this price. (Very easy
payments.) Price not guaranteed after this sale.
PianO Player Slightly Soiled and Shop Worn
Rolls 19c, 29c, 39c, 49c, 59c
' New Mason Piano
at $375 ;
We purchased five carloads' of this make and it is a
wonderful piano at the price. It is an instrument
that has splendid action and tone and is fully guar
anteed in every way. If you are even considering
the purchase of a piano you owe it to yourself and
family to investigate the merits of this high grade
instrument. Bench to match with each piano.
Open territory State of Texas on high-grade trucks.
Wc specialize in Uia-ton model constructed td meet nil
requirements of oil-field service. Sales manager hci'e
next wcek. WMte today to
Titan Truck Go.
BADGEfl PRIMARY TUESDAY
Iti'piibtlcnna lo I'crfcot Campnlpn
Plant that I)u) Cox to Sicnl ;
DKTIUOT, Mich.. Aup. 29. Tho
enl beginning of this year's political
battto In Michigan la tho stao-wldo
primary to be held Tuesday- On tho
same day oxccutlvo officer of tho
cpubllcan state central commlttro
wilt meet hero to perfect plana fo(
an Intensive campaign. ' On Krldiy
Oovcrnor Cox la scheduled to deliver!
thrco nddressea In tho atato.
r!on Smrf. M
VU11 kM. T V
No. 012 Knight Brlnkerhoff,
upright. This la In mahogany
case and nn exceptionally splen
No. 013 Wcllman, upright;
mahogany case In plain Colonial
design, Piano In splendid condi
No. 020 Elburn piano, one of
our most popular styles In the
Elburn makn; mahogany case
and In the best condition, pos
sessing tho singing qualities of
tone; nn cxtraordln- (DOCK
nry valuo at VwOD
Mahogany case and plalnXToIon
lal design. A remarkable In
strument for tho money.
417 SOUTH MAIN
A. J. Cripe, Mgr.