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TULSA DAILY WOULD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1020.
:trck Scheme Causes Ar
rest of Preacher On
KM. SHALE PONZI "
Lntomd and Kept Up Homo
for IM's m umanu ,WIU
Loves to Preach
nfwU Oct. 16. fllo dream ot
It iml ( ' I""0 ot th0 Hcv llol;un
11" Jnklrs 11. si-year-oiu imi-uiuci
l, M 1 fl .1 "tuck salesman who
Women fr'c Peeved
Over Political Spat
and Cut friendship
UKUANA. Olilo. Oct. 16. ThltiKs
are livening up In a political way
Advent of woman fliiffraco Is cred
ited. Tho wife of a democrat, a well
known Urlmna noddy woman, vis
ited thci wtfo of a neighbor, a re
publican. A dlxouKHlou of politics featured
It wasn't lone tinUt tho hostess
Inolc Issue with tho flemocrntlc tit
teranccs of hor visitor The heat
of tho nrKUiniitit steadily iiiotinled.
Thn climax was reached when the
hostchs, HteppliiR to tho front door,
ordered hor Guest to leave utid never
Abandoned Car round.
PKMIIIN'A. .V. I)., Oct. 12. An
nuiumomie abandoned In HI. Vin
cent, Minn., wniy this sprint;, Is tile
HOLD OF REINS ARE holding w sugar
be hl'o I Ion Mr UllAm lit
nn civ rlBbt. Hi: Is tin- I:uip In
1 inn a 11.11r.1iio I -i uni: u iiv liinver itnrL'iiiit ni.n..-
J'..lidal 1 W tliat h0 inlBt.,0-!de'Pl'la draft evnder, In e'senplnvj
f,nnui. . .niont nhllanthro- Into Canada, nrcnnllmr in f..ir..i ..r.
MtAnui " .. .. ... " ...w... vi.-
i has bet 1. blasted ana tno yoiun- .i.us worKiiiR
S'iSSffir In will bo returned to.HerKdoll, nocon
Stt y focurinB largo Bums of
' ' " onncctlon with an oil
Silf(K' promotion scheme
ittecver yolloo whtlo ho wan with
.ivn tiiivH. and. unon
hrlde cf twelve days, and, upon
wa. ..ill n.il flchl nic-
on thu ease herp
aeeordlntr to belief
went to Winnipeg from .St. Vincent,
and there obtained a passport from
a returned soldier which enabled
him to cross to Holland. Kotir pis
tols and two bottles of whisky wcro
found In tho cor which has been
shipped to 1'hlladelphla.
LONDON, tfept. .23. An attempt
is being made! to euro men who have
been kds.mi In llm war by puto
oxygen breathing. At CIuj-h hospi
tal an alr-tlght chamber of glaps
20 Jeet wtuare and seven and ono
half feet high has been mild. Men
who have been gnssed and suffer
Liuon the Nebraska city, do
. tt.nt lm Ktniifiv rrmin-
S s innocence ot any wrong
er, declaring that li s transao
SSfhiw been entirely honest.
U..A In a wob of Into, high
P .-.1 rllelon. tho Hev. Jen-
iT.kTterlan churches In Chicago, i tho ;hamber for fivo duy or moro
I aim win breath oxygon continuously.
Tho treatment wns devised by l'rof.
ouwin jjnrrrou or tamurlUgn Unl
?n.. nnd Brush. Colo., smll
SS nlt the world" that-his Jail
l.Fl:... it . hnnp.hcs aro hard
,a?i that hia consclonce. Is absolutoly
r,..u. n nnvnl scheme to build up
u umusl lncomo of closo to half a
Snioa dcl'ars, thn clergyman, who
befn termed by of flcer here aa
inn chat ronzt." was working on
cnbTentlrn that he declared prom
i. . 1 ., "a hcn.n ns water."
Jttktafon waa u orccd by his first
ri'iln Denver on August 20 on tho
notmd of "mental and physical
!ty" M". Jcnklnson, who Is tho
3iMer of a prominent urn, wui
icily, charged, among othor things,
iSu the minister "ran around with
it. Vns married for tho second
toe within thrco weeks of tho
Ittnttae of tho final decree of dl
Jorce from his flret wife, to Miss
Virtha retorson of navelock, Neb.
OfilcWs question the legality of this
"hhta'cell at rJ'y jail Jcnklnson
hotlr inriti charges of Infidelity
"Whtn I walk along tho utrccts I
n.A thnt nn woman can point
i. - oot. thnt slm had tho
.t tinrt nf a lovo affair with
!nt." he said.
"Listen, brother. "A rn tcU yo?;
rallfd JcnMnnon in referring t l"?
nnt wife. Wln-n I think of my first
rite 1 recall that popular song: I
Uugh When I Think How 1 Cried
About Vou.' My first wife wanted to
t a social butterfly, and It was
Wle Bho was still my wife that I
lot thn Mea of making money ln
wtd ot Just preaching.
"My business transactions nro en
lirtly honest." Jcnklnson aald. dls
rwtng these money-making Idoas
that ld to his arrest "I am not
nine stock In my company, the
United Shale Oil company I'm
rlTlng It aw ay. Eventually my plan
would have netted mo an annual
lowmo of J-H0.OO0."
Kiplnins His Rclinme.
Erplalnlns his schomo. Jcnklnson
nld he mAlntalnod a boys' homo In
Omaha where nearly 100 boys llvo.
"I isk thcra," he said, "how much
It testa them to live. Invariably tho
reply names a llgurw from $65 to
1100 per month- I give thorn room,
txxrd and laundry for t5 per
yur.'.h, and make thorn a present ot
east stock In my oil ahalo company
is a bonns. In my working boys'
hca I can feed tho lads very Rood J
lor V.i per montn. x piannru u
tone that would accommodato
1.039 boys. My arrangement would
remit, In a. profit of J40 pov month
from earn of 1,000 boys. J40.000
per moath or $480,000 per year
"And the best of tt Is I tun doing
Itie boys a favor. I cannot bo prosc
wtefl ondor the BO-eallod "blue sky
lr, or any other kind of law, bo
tose my company Is all right II
I'm wrong on oil srlale, then Gov
mcr Shoup, air John Cadman, Lord
Fosttr nnd scores of others aro
"nc In their contention ot tho
value of oil ahale.
"However, I dislike the Idea of
wiling sto-k. so In the last month
I bought back several thousand
dinars worth that I had previously
'I like to preach." Jenklnaon con-
tlniiftil m ...in nv. n l, hnvn
my liuiiiH. nnri when I make my
fortune l m L-olncr to. build a great
e pla c for boys.
was Collego Stuurnt
'I ftuard six years In tho unl-
Jwjlty of Illinois nnd other schools;
I Played on th championship bnsket
Hll team m Chlongo; I was athletic
Jf-rtructor for tho largest church Jn
Ucaco They cannot say of mo that
te did r n try.' And It Is ridiculous
" charg that I had affairs with
cmtn That is tho most fantastic
Met if , ,an be said pt me. bo
ii is opposed to al my prln
aPks. 1 believe f trrfily In tho slnglo
wdard uf morality."
His Invention to make cheap gaso
JtnKinson Bald, Involved tho
"EWtig of iho crudest ltorosone anl
oudmng agent with water. It
mane tho highest-test gasoline
Jenkicson said he was enjoying a
.T' ". ertenco" In JalL "I've been
Ung too hard and neoded a va
un." ho said, "and I will remain
ll nntil J rot boforo accepting
Smtotto'np!" ndCrt ne f mY
Cray Monument Gck-b llceglng.
Bloush Eng.. Sept. 23. The
foment to Thomas Gruy, tho
v Cn- w,i'ch aro Unscrlhed some
JtuatM i th0 """I which is
Etnif. . ' ""me neia aajoinmg moi
I'tf.,.1 0RCS church yard, failed tot
0n h bl1 whon ',ut uri ,or auc"l
vcrslty und Dr. O. II. Hunt of Guys
Last Desperate Effort
Made to Save
WASHINGTON, Ott. 16. The
greatest oraloilcal luringo In Uni
ted Hlates htsljiiry Is now to be di
rects! Iiy rieliient Wllsun. . ai
llii leader in the -mnp:ilti bus din
uppPAicd. Gun' lull tlio dust he.ij)
uro lulus on throttling cousplrui.li'S
of the pictn and all mkIi pueillo
Irsueu. A stiinll army under the
eomm.indcr-ln-rhlef with hoodiiunr
ters In the uhlte house will .ally
forth tltl wpk to fight on tins Hump
for th. out' gri-ut adnilnlstrntlon
l.-wne---tlin iVIIauii leuguu uf imllons
mm stir w.is Wilt.
Thih im no uy for help from the
dislicaitrnrd our, but the vcnult of
Hif!eity i'ii the twirt of thu real
lfidrr. Who liiivlnt: let Cox have Ills
fling nnd ulutiued at the rrnnU n5w
(Jkes charKc In hopes tu sav iho
day for tho league. Colby, Uaker,
HarrlMUi. t'lliiitnliigK, McAdoo, all
the iidmlnlstratlon ehlefa who can
oralu and five iunlicl speuhers be
side are under ordeis to start a drive
this week all over the fulled Ntnlcs,
livery deuiorraHc governor has lie n
drafted nnd filled with league dope,
riesponse in uld not to bo olirourug
Invt as funds aro low and services
are largely exported tu be. voluntary.
This Jump Into tho field by Mr.
VIIsou wns expected after Mr. fox's
announcement thnt he. not Wilson.
Is running this tlmr. The president
docs not propose to bo dumped by
any rnndldiite nor tu nee nny candi
date let the banner of tho Wllpon
league trail In tho dust. After all
there can b but one true democratic
champion and ho Is tho "Allah of
Cuban nnd Vorto Itlciin tinmen
Combine to Keep the Price IIIkIi
HAN JUAN. !'. Jl.. Oct. 13 No
I'orto lllco sugars are bring forced
on the market. Whatever kukiiik
there aro hero are being held fur
better or worse.
This s. evidently beliiK dime to
prevent refiners from reducing Hie
price of raw sugar, at the Cuban
growers have asked the I'orto lllci'i
producers to Join them tn an at
tempt t,i prevent it cut in pitcc
l-'ur tin first tllun In many yenih,
two weeks have gone by wtlmut the
shipment of any htigar fmin the is
land. Approximately Mo nun Im.m,
nf 8n. ooo iouh letnaln in the iMaml
I'orto Itlco produced In tit s year's
erop 4r,.8S7 short tons of nigtir.
noenrdlng to n final statistical repent
Jtiht lined by ,1 Itulr. Sub r. scrNnrv
or Hie I'orto Hbo Mugm t', ...tu. ,., s'
association. This Is 7.000 tons In
e"(M) .f his i t-tlmntc maile .ii the
commem-f ment f the gr ndnif n-i-son
and about RO.fiOO tons gre,nr
hntho production dutlnr 1 1 1 - ry.
High Powered Salosnion
s. j- .i r 1 if I s -1 it it is nlsu 20,
j nun t.nih ,i , , its ut the production
I i:xior' fUures show 367.000 tons
j of Niigiii' ihiited fnnii Dili crop. 1
I i-iil ei'iiitlniptlon Is cslliuati d at
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nrnunds nn I f Hides lur conimei-. , ,iiv's nc-k to prevent her ilrlnk
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ut itir tcAcli If v.iur nri
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I'l'llk I ""I'l t't ilrtiiiilkN ninl pure nlutiilnn. e.ve
nip l III. 'ii. lit! I'lllli: In rsi-h InckoKe. If nr
itriiKitl-t 't "i nut linre It, ue tbo euUoii In
lotr rl.nt imiiU corner.
M..I.I i.. i'..i-.. I.. rl.- ,i.,..LM f .i
ninl I . He.1 l iirU i I lie lint I'urk lrinc '. -"...1 4
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If not ut your
drtiKKlHt until S3
run l for u Inrun
T-uneo liettle of
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nil t tin I If ns nulrl If It
dues nut In-lit we will re
fund inuiiKv. A Oil riii;
I.AVOI'TIIC. HT. PAUL. MINN.
'I lio (Irnil t.nnMlliin.
Would jdii pertnlt ymi' liuslnejl
tutniietltor In hiive the iwer to pni
1iit.lt you ilirltii; Ii miners. If nnt.
tlien d( net u'lve the nuilli'iil dncitori
Ills right to put Hid ilrtinloxs iructl
lln.ler nut il" liUSlneHi. Vet i til'
ilnctctH' hill nnd V"tn "Vet" to que
tlmi 04 nn Novotnher 2nd, which
nsks. "rtiull tills bill bo vetoed nnd
riipdereil InuperdtlVef . Voto "Ves."'
Vol Af All Uiilisiint.
It is the tiHtinl tlilni; for nciineoiic
Inliresle l In the tnedlr il doetur to
M;nn'i'ile tho riblln Jut before un
(dei-tkin on n. inedlonl iinentloii by
sonu) liarrowlnir story" of how somo
(IriirlrHM itr.ictltlriier hilled or in
jured Hotni?ouo In a certain plucc or
other by lih ilttiKless treatments.
")rln," If nw.ieonii stnrtn such a
story bofofo Nov. Zn.t anil bet your
limt cent it U untrue. Thuii votn
"Yes' to state iiientlnn 9 and d
feat the ilnetors' purpom' to tnotifijiO"
il7e tho onrlnR of liuniunlty In Okla
homn. Tho (iiestlnn rends: "Siinll
thti Mil be v.itoed nnd rendered In
oprrntlvn," Volo "Yea" nnl vetij tho
medlcul doetor' mrifttn bill and bIvo
hope to thinis.inds of Okliilima" poo
Tie )vho must Imvo druiflewi tre.it
ntentM or possibly bocome liopolem
Tulsa is going forward this fall and winter.
Cities like people', don't stand still they either go
forward or backward.
Reflect on the past,- but don't devote your
precious time looking back. These are forward
days in Tulsa, for Tulsa is built on a sound found
ation. Tulsa, will take its upward swing be tuned
up to sing in the glad chorus.
Tulsa is favored of many cities, therefore, Tulsa
must and will builoj stronger and better build in
a safe, sane way. Not with the-excitement of a man
made boom, but with the earnest endeavor of a
healthy, happy, busy citizenship. ' '
Face forward- if youexpect to keep the pace
in Tulsa this fall.
. W. BINCIMTIt, President
O. H. hKON'AriD, Vlee-l'resliloiit
II. li KI.N'CrjVIIt. Vlco-I'resldcnt
II. JI. MiiKAItM.V. Vice-President
A,T. AM8QN, Vlco-Presldcnt
K. JACOII. Vloa-Prijldent
JAICB KASTO.s. Vlco-l'rtnldent
II. 13. HAODY,
W. A. imOWNLKK. Cashier
It. M. MOODY, Awilstntit Cshler
II. W. JOHNSON, AffilNtunt CftHhlor
O. A. OUN.V, Assistant CflHlllor
H, CItOOKS, Assistant Cashier
N. II. OUAIIAM, Speelal HeprCftonttUva,
15. I IIKADKHAW, Auditor
How Business Department.
j:. v. kincijAih
j. Jl. bvans
It. M. McKAUM.V
J. J. LATtKIN
HOMnit m. pnnsTON
J II. MAItlvIIAM, Jr.
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O. II. LKONAItD
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