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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, gEPTEMRKR 10, 1020
, ASKS ACCOUNTING
Aaronson Claims Travis
Has Concealed Profits
from Mexican Co.
OBTAINED U.S. LOAN
Says Stockholder? Entitled to
Funds of Subsidary Fi
nanced by Mid-Co.
Afkinc an accounting for profits
nrl unfilled contractH with tlio
t'nlted Stales Bovcrnmrnt nrlidni;
ou of the operations of tho Mld-Oo
Mixi. nil company, said by tlio
p(ittionm to bo a subsidary of the
Mid C" ' ompany, suit was filed In
dintrl" '0"rt yesterday by I.. K. '..
ironpnn and his son A. 1-2. Aaron
son e.iinst the Mid-Co company,
the Mrl' company, M. M. Travis
nd others, mo varonon, omcern
nd directors of the MIl-Co rom
p.iny claim they, with other stock
holders of the corporation, aro en
titled to shiro equitably In the
profits hf tho Mexican company,
uhlrh Travis claims Is not a part
of tho Mltl-Co corporation.
In September of 1917 according to
tho petition, thu Mid-Co company
IicRnn financing tlio subsidary com
i pany, and to tho present tlmo has
spent more than (300,000 on the
26,000. acres of leases taken from tho
.Mexican government. Aaronson
claims that tho United stales ship
ping board linjwnirrcuil to loan tlui
company $6,000,000 on a Ion tlmo
contract under which tho Mexican
company agrees to furnish fuel oil
to tho Kovurnmofit for n period of
years at a stipulated price. Tho
poUUonors claim that since tho Mex
Iran company was financed with
funds of tho Mid-Co company, all
officers and stockholders of tho lat
ter company nrn entitled to a pro
portionate Intercut, which Travis do
nles on tho ground that he and other
parties aro owners of and control
tlio Moxlcan company.
MiiliV Ttmmdilp nilm.
VOilMAX, Kept. ! Township
fairs September 11, II, and IS, tho
Cleveland county fair on the 1C, 17.
and Is, and the slate fair at Ok
lahoma City tho last' wck in th
month aro on Urn schedule of V. K.
Norris, county farm ngnt, uho Is
preparing exhibits for each of theso
BABY SHOW WILL
Entries Now Being Taken
for Show to Bo Held
Haven't you always contended that
Junior or Haby Mlno would win a
priw at a better baby show if shit
or he wero elilereil?
You will havo that opportunity In
tho better baby show which will,
as usual, bo an event at tho county
fair under the auspices of the child
welfare board. Registration for tho
better bahy show Is now In progress
at tho offlco of tho county farm dem
onstrator in tho courthouse and will
continue until beptrmbcr 18. at noon.
Hoy and girl babies from 6 monhtt
up to 36 months In ngo mny be en
tered for the nhow. Registration
consists of giving the ago and name
of tho baby and the address of the
family. No entry feo is required.
Tho show will he held Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, September
21, 22 and 23. Physicians, child
sprclalltfts and trained nurses will
examine each baby. The rahy will
be weighed tind measund as well na
lecelMiig pluslcal rxamlration To
preent cunts glon nil habits will he
examined by physicians or nurses
beforo entering tho reception room.
I'rlxes of Hi for the winners In
four Classen will bo given. In a upe
clal contest a prlfo of 5 will bo
given to tho faUeut baby girl and to
thn fattest baby boy over 4 months
and under 2i mouths old, and abut
to tho youngest walking baby, girl
or boy, over 6 months and under
24 months old.
Broken Arrow Brief s
lUtOKKN Alt ROW, Okla., Sept
9. Material it fast being assembled
for tho now First Methodist rliurull
to bo erected lit tho corner of .Main
street and College awnuo at a cost
of $37,000. Active construction wotk
will bo commenced within tho next
few days and pushed art rapidly as
pnsslblo. It Is plaunisj by tho con
gregation to have their now chnri-h
homo ready for dedUatiou next
Mr. and Mrs. Oharlitt K. Foster
havo returned from Kansas I'lty
whero they accompanied Mrs. Fos
ter's brother, Hoscoo Chilton of
Tulsa, to n hospital. Mr. Ohllton will
bo detained In Kansas City for soinu
time yet recovering from im opera
lion whl, h I.- m drrwent 1,11 S.
Kiiymond In i. edict, sot'eilug from
a seero attack of feer has been
icmovnl from mono llluff, Ark., to
tho homo of his parents Mr. iiud
Mrs. J. R. Itenedlet In llroken Ar
row, In order that ho might be oared
for by the fnmll.
Dr. N I. Itrldgman. who wns left
an Invalid some tlmo npo I'v a stroke
of (irn' ili. suslalneil u serious
shock Friday afternoon n a result of
a fall from his chair on tho porch to
the l-roll i id. a dlst.'inco of iibout four
feet. Tho accident occurred during
Ibo temporary abenro of members
of tho family and llttlo could
learned as to how It happened. Ills
condition, which wns oonsldered ser
ious, showed a Might Improvoment
The regular pemlinonlhly meeting
of tho city council for this wrili
ww iMintuoiied from Moud.iv ovenlng
until Tuesday, on account of libor
day. Rcsldeit tne transnciion or, tno
recular routine of bnslnes a nillil
her claims were taken from tile
tilireon 1mlo and ordered paid. In
formation was also revclvid by tho
council from the county excise board
of the cutting of tho oily budget for
this year from !l!.n00 t" H,li M
Metalled Infnrrnitlnii was not forth
coming, theiefore it In not yet known
what departments of tho city iiffnlrs
will suffer from tho action of tho
L IFIVOO CAN'T ROM
U'hoT HAMS. W
1 AND TAKE VOOfc
Why are these little boys running?
There may ' have been sand in the soup, or glue on
the seat of Der Captain's favorite armchair but most
likely it was some new mischief you have never heard of,
for there's always a big surprise and a big laugh in
Hans and Fritz are never at a loss to find opportunity for
new tricks. That's why they are the favorite fun -makers
for millions. Their antics appeal to young and old. You'll
enjoy them -immensely if you follow their adventures
THE TULSA WORLD
Also Polly and Her Pals, Mutt and Jeff, and Her Name Was Maud
The Funniest Comic Supplement You Ever Saw!
DON'T -MISS IT!
the Mirror of
Tlio exhibit of coaL stylos to
which you aro invitwl tomorrow,
is made to offer you an oppor
tunity to sou the coat fashions
at a glance.
It will be of extraordinary inter
est for it will be completely rep
resentative of all the modes and
typical of-tho fabrics, collars,
sleeves, colors, trimmings and
It will be intensely practical, too,
for no more convincing demon
stration could lie offered of tho
variety of the selections, the
fineness of designing and tailor
ing, and the full range, of favor
You are invited to sec all of the
styles as illustrated during these
opening days. j;
From the Main Floor
Snlin "Ktoilo" in nil colors nml
black nnd white.
Sf inches wide.
Special, yard, $3.8!).
Fancji Kimono Sllk'H
Beautiful raiiKo of tlciiiirns and
,12 inches wide.
Suitablo for kimonos and lin-
Special, yard, $1.98.
Tn all colore and black.
Pino grade M inches wide.
Special, yard, $2J5.
Silk Crcpc tic Chine
In an intcrcstiiiK variety of
colors plain only.
-10 inches wide.
Special, yard, $.9N.
Wool Storm Scnc, in Kelly
Krccn, scarlet and navy.
I!G inches wide".
.Special, yard, $1.08.
Novclly Wool Plaids
Good assortment of colors and
desifrns in" plaids only.
Special, yard, $1.89.
Wool Storm Serge
In navy and red.
U0 inches witle, jjood grade.
Special, yard,. $1.39.
All-Wool Mtlriit Flannel
In navy and gray.
27 inches wide- and all wool.
Special, yard, $1.79.
Of ;ood grade muslin.
4fix.'G in, torn and hemmed.
Special, each, G9c.
"No. 150 llrldul" Nainsook
30 inches wido; superior grade
Special, yard, 39c.
White crochet; medium grade
Plain hemmed ends.
Special, each, $2.95.
Doable Hack Cotton Face Toiccls
Sizo 17xIM Inchon. t
Fancy blue or red borders. l"j
Special, each, 39c. f
Dresner Scarfs , ! "
Of good domestic.
Sizo 18x45 inches.
Trimmed all around with 3-
Special, each, 05c. ,
HOSIERY SPECIAL '
With lislo top.
Knll fashioned In black only;
Special, pair, $1.98. i1
In medium ribbed black or
All sizes. i
Special, pair, 39s.
32-inch Fancy Gingham..
In beautiful plaida and all
plain colors. .
Special, yard, I2c.
32-inch Fancy Gingham
All plaids and plain colors. 1
Special, yard, 50c.
Many pieces to choose from
all colors, small designs on
Special valuo at SOc.
New Outlnga '
In small cheeks, stripes and
Special value at 45c. , ' j
Of white metal, in moat all
Regularly from $1.50 to $6.
Special, One-half Price. '
In while, gray and beaver.
Contrasting and self color
Hcgularly to $1.50.
Special, pair, 98c.
fUI liral quickly and will not (Jen
crilq put or form (loltonoua matter
Antiseptic Healing Oil
la applied. SOc per boltK
210 UlchanJii 111 ! K
Third and Il'tjri
Formerly of Hot
Iilno'l Hkin '."
and Yn'rcl In
Kifral ofr .
7 a i i
jM on 1 n
New FalJ Patterns nt
20, 25 nnd 30 Cents
Paper & Paint Co.
IMioiic O-liicr hi 1 1
Sii'oiul tL I'liono 722t