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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1020.
iYera of Sapulpa
BIG FARM STILL
Creek County Sheriffs
Brother Found With
Still on His Farm
f IA., Oct. VS.y-One filll,
w t t Is of n.n.-h ntiti n$ quai t of
ri w key Ih .wh:tt J5d Drciilo mid
army, as both wenr noldUrs' titil
: forms. The tnmi f LUi'iI nils morn
; InK thi-y Ji ft the army ovir .1 yenr
'ftgn nnil hurl been taken Into cimtoily.
' lllfln r!lffnrnfil fl, l. .!.... . til....
on rntito from OoikIii to Oklahoma!
and each tlmu wero releuheil.
ji '.aril, specim enforcement
all 1 lohn Wlllanl, a rilauo
' uin1 on the Moto Ilriito
lit titirs north of lliistow
At Junta wuh nrrcxU'il
it In J.ili hero chiiMGrTwith
jnntrtlim with tho tttlll.
r of tho farr.i whuru thu
.i found Is said to bo a
f Sheriff Abner DriKo of
City MtiW IX ltu ry to lie liiijirmril.
I'oxtmaMrr Clnuili) U. Taylor an
nounced today that city mall dollv
cry hero is to be Ktu;itly Improved,
and a number of blocks not. on tho
dollvery route before will b put
on. Delivery., will nhn be niado In
jmrls of tho colored addition.
Tmo rlrr.s. V
Two fires In widely gajiaratod parts
of thu city oceiined thin morning
within 30 minutes, lioth Were small
blnxeg and iiuicldy.e.xtlnKUUhed and
Utile damaKe was done The rind
fire v.ns at tlm Nailomil (.'loaning
works on llolmon street. Hevei.il
cult of rtntlilnr ware destroed imd
tho Interior of the place damaged.
Tho .-ond fire wan reporteil at tho
apulpa icflnery wheio a leak In
the sewer line had become United.
It did no damage.
Arnwlrd for Slftiplirtiim. '
I.ucy Hnlstoti. white woman,
ehaiKed vlth shoplift itiif, was ar
rested herii Saturday afternoon, af
ter, a hard flKht, tho woman refused
to be taken Into custody and kicked,
bit, and struck tho officers attempt
ing to arioBL her. Shu wan placed
in tho, city Jail and later made a
tJiOO bond and was relented. TIiIm
mnrnlUK In pollro court testimony
went to loiinl:: h
department store and took a num
ber of articles. Mayor .1. AS'ado
llone fined the woman flli.fiO. Tho
woman's attorney announced the
case would bo appealed. I.aier her
MOST OF STATE
WOMAN'S CLUB IS
t mitriiiplntlns n Club Home find
Cafeteria for eliool.
flpr. Ml to W orlil
ACTIVE! ,,u' wnR l""r r"r,'i' n
i , , n I irni.ru, ill 11 k,n i up, i - i.
II" i in l'err i Ci: ycstenUiv and
i ll' i ii wh ti the lilrh chn,.i
I'Oi.'N on wh.f?' Iv terms Hlnn
K'i H tho Amen, nil nietb ul of
it i , ii on Ihe i b w Itbout ,
Is kiHiwn only to Amei Ii .ins."
imv i us lntrrrlnt; I IlKr pumitjiln I Skeyhlll tobl of an American doc-
!' . iiinl I love the jrrcst American ' lor. whom ho met o'.-rsens. The
doitor nskeil "Ts It true that yiul
really ibe Atmlitilliin poet"'
I 1 ,'r
U - -The Vi-
miln's Club Is pinnule the i ii-rtlt'll I
"Vacationists" Returning "f emu home on east sixth street,
in Numbers' to Work, K- m'rti'ittoo. miirn'.t'tied' a 1Vm.1t no-
pioved by tho vniloifi women uigti i
liatlons reoommeiulint: il. .t vioik
b .lieKltn at ontir on th pl.ms for
But Some Stay Out
nii't " lm
lii d s n
l.Keball, 'l here ne nl
. tn Ameili'.i that 1 cull
' imI " ii Is . s .itid
n 1. i l.ii Is ti ,i m,, f ,o
' n i i d, . h'ful .li
I l'l I ' t.'ll win, ll
si.. i.i'i n'u.i.i m rf : t-iii.i tt u
''Vi'il di'ii l ,i) ..i." exclaimed the
lint II mi so ' came bat k
Skeyhlll. and tlu-n Ihe Anv rl. in iic
plnlned the expression.
"t learned early to love America "
sild Hkeyhlll l the IiIkIi m lie
"ihrotiBh Theodore Honsevnll, lui,
I eiime hcie there weie tine, k.c,
Amerltnn forces NlaKiint full.
Hi.rky Mount Mns m.il 'Jlu id. ii
IliinHi velt "
1 ju.lii'fe perrnlts wero U?ued
i,. j- week by liulltllnR lnspec
J!. , Collier to l. Mlche
r,r t-i build n new nlilenco at 1053
M"Kinleytrcct at a cost of
a. , . In, ftlilnhrit In Tleenm l,i-
A I) ' .l.S I1DUUI1 llj llflliy V, ' ' '
i.,.i it n iiuiio li itnniL'P lit 114
Si .t'h ii. K HtriH-t to ost llsn, A
5,Ki d Is to bo erected nt 702
Koi I' ly tttet, A permit to
I . . IfLitirrt tnu luunn.l In r r
IIh-' to tost 12,500 In tho I-Yank 1 uana appeared and paid her fine.
llo"' al lulon. A permit waa issued
io . iv. i n.iuiiuii iu uuiin tt. more
n West Cleveland street to cost
mid to bo finished In Duccm
Ut. Arrested for Desertion.
Mark I Moad, charged with deser
tion f i otn tho tinny, - wna arrested
htro list week and held In tho
cour'v i.il 1 until yesterday, yrncn lie
was l iken to lort Sill,
They Don't MMitt It.
Vriitii l.ow1-y of Henryetta nnd
Dcwc Webb of Plchor wero arrested
t-n sj.id.iy nlRht by city police and
i.. r.R held In tho city Jail to
u4i itl.il of nfflcurs from Camp
li. . if. GeotKla
Sir r , n nre deserters from
lltitnaiie? Society 'to llnio Drive.
A tirlvo for rtmds for the Ilumano
society Is to bo made this week ac
cording to Mrs. Mabel llassott, sec
retary of the society. The Klwnnls
and Itotnry clubs have pledged their
support In Retting the funds. A
meeting Is to bo held tills week to
decide tho amount necessary to car
ry on tho work of tho society during
tho winter months'.
Herb Cook was nrrested here this
morning and charged with receiv
ing stolen property. He was charged
with, having in his possession a
Itulck car that Ih the property of a
Jin nn nt Pittsburg, Kan. Ho was
lirrnlgncd before Justice A. K. 111 tz
It Is thought nnd his bond was set at $1,000. Ho
tlm ' was released later.
lly' An'oelntfit Vrta f!twtr Wire
McAI.KSTHll, Oct. 18. Tho tltl
In tho "vacation" strike of miners Itv
the McAleste dlsttli t turned toward
work Monday, nnd n majority of
inluex icsumcd operations with the
hcb'lnuiug of the week. Indications
were that n number of nilnrs not
working Monday would besrln Tues
days The Savanna nnd Jlrewer dls
trlels mtiliitnltted the jsreiitetit oppo-
Bltlon to ivsumtitlon of owratlons
and reports from tlu ro wepli thnt the
majority of men will oppose roturni
ing to work until the wane demand
tiro grunted. '
pictu rfoFthesch OOLS
thu home, tho work t.i be uudei
taken and plans lo be ilinfled bytho
co-iuoltteo and boatil of dlu linii of
the Woman's club. I' was tndcrid
that a fltianulal niinmt'ti bo .in
pointed within the lunUJi'itr i t i
mlttin. of which the (in , tuit-flii..
Mrs. V. T. l.enhy, shall l , . otiie ,iti
Vim Womdn's club K also i ivisti-
gating the tiueBtlrm of a i.if.iiii ,iw
mo now mgii scuot'i uuiniin. ei "
OP ll.e plans SUgltestl'.l nt ip i r
lion of an Independent bmidlru, o i
tho grouttdK for this putpo. e
GOOD " W6RD FOR SLANG
hot to Pieces!
I'lircnt-TcachciM l.nst 'Vear SMnt
$"1111 on I'lajgrotiuiN, ,
OprcUt l.i tho Worlil
VI.ITA, Oct J 8. Tho Parent
Teachers association which held Us
first meeting of this school vear
today, decided to purchase a port
able moving picture machine for
thn public schools Tlere. The tnn
chine will cost about $225, thin
money will be ruined by it committee
appointed for that purpose I
The various t-ehnols of the" city
were nil united at Ibis nieet'ng un
der one l'arent-Teaclii'i' absnclutlon
These meetlnus have dtir mtKh to-'
ward bringing parents and teafhorn
together along educational lines',
nnd thq nssoclatlon will probably
get back of a movement for n nuw
school building soon to meet tlm
growing needs of the city, l.nst
year tho association spent over $700
In playground equipment ulono,
8poelnl to Tli World,
VI.S'ITA, Oct. 1R. Hog cholera Is
snrendlng In tho north part of Craig
county, according V fir Hen Dob-'i
kins of the stnto veterinary depnrt
lnent. In splto of tho ottarnntlnn that
bail been In force. The renson for
tho spread of tho disease Is attribu
ted to curelcssiiesM of farmers In
observing the rules of Atiunrnntlne.
Some caHes have been found In other
parts of tho jounty
Sajs TlteiMlore ltooeielt Ont lif
'I lin e (in'titcsl Inilltiiltons.
H e. lul tt . AVnrlil.
Por.i.i City, OOt IS iln.B jn
slniplv i put of Ann i. i i t trie
same is eating corn on tin ! il
Ing pumpkin pie nnd ghn iir In
baseball." declared Ti-ni i-l.oliill,
tho Ati-tri'lin poet who was btitnl
ed durii i' the w'orld's w is' isi is,
when hi trved Irom IUII to r.uti,
J. V..WL9 lWLi.ll
I ADAMS MOTIMt NAt.l'.s' ('(I. I
I SH0 H. Mil I n Pliinir, Onuiir ;SI0 I
Save at the Coal Bin
Heat all rooms alike with one fire
he IDdAl-ArcoIn heated home is n worm, safe and healthful place for children. The element of dancer Js entirely
removed because the IDEAL-Areola cannot be tipped over or diilodged nnd the fire li entirely surrounded by water-filled
section! of iron. The temperature It always uniform no cold floors, chilly hallways or urafly Day-window spaces.
New iDEAL-Arcola Radiator-Boiler
Hot Water Radiator Heating Outfits x
A revolution has taken place in the heating of small homes. Nov every
family may have the'Ideal Heating Plant for their cottage or bungalow
with Warmth. , Safety and Economy. Up to this time it was not possible
to have all three of these benefits together. Old-fashioned heating methods
for small homes. would not meet all these requirements. The IDEAL
Arcola Radiator-Boiler distributes warmth freely and uniformly through
out all rooms. Wind storms or blizzardthave no effect on the distribution
of heat to all rooms and it is frequently found that no more futlj is used to
heat the whole
3 4 AMKR1CAN
S1mt4 vy it brwlnr I room
lUltX.ArrnU H.tli.tor -IMIrr
Kaaltftora. luit th thinv for Ullnralowm. Plata. Ktorra.
titiovt. t, Aak fur cata'i t (frral ttow)D open Tlcwa r
t"atm( larouta of , o- and 7-fcwrn. Iktta lit aaoo
totiava ai tbc CotJ Dial
house than it
formerly took to
heat oneVoom !
Get the Informa
tion nnd estimate
for hcotins your
home the IDEAL
Aay Daatar will furnlib. In ! to Bit rooma and cliroafta coodltloni,
n SU IDEAL-Arcola wild 00 act. II. of RaJlatlon
Prlcra InclU'Jt Rtnaniton Tank, and Drain Valve, . IMcf a do not Inrlurlt labor, pip
and Sttinti uinl In Imtallation ami which ore auppllrd by the local rftalrr at ritra
charuc. Kajlatlon Ii of rciular 38-ln. heiiht, 3-colitmn AMBKICAN I'tfiltn. In
aim aa ntnled to tult your raimi, Outflta alilppcl cpaipletc f. o. b. our ocartat
wvttMnuc t Kan.aa City, Oraaiia or Dnvcr,
Sold by all dealers
Wo exclusive agents
American Radiator Company
New Yort, lloatnn. '.tnrtnafif Id, CurtUnJ. PtuaMmr. Worceatrr, rbttarlelphla, Kwflof, Ilarr lilurf , Utwtji. WUk
Phone or write us at
1230 Walnut Street
Kansas City, Mo.
rvbDc Sbownwiai at Oittaco, New YorX, Itoaton. '.tprtmfif Id, 1'urtlaa.l, PrurMmre, Worceatrr, rbttarlelphla, Kewflof, IlarrUbutf , NewarV. Wltknhirrt . Baltimore . Waibtoitoo,
Kichaioud, Norfolk, Albany. Hrracuae, Koclieattr. Iluffalu, rutahutt h, Clanlaod, Detroit, Oran l KapMi, Icdiuapnlli, Pfncta. Clmlnnatt Columbut, Dayton,
iWavtlle, Atlanta, Dlrmlz-itiato. Nar Orlcana, Mllwauktr. Mlnntapniic, St. Paul, Dututh, fit. hmiit, Kauaai City, Dra Moitxi, -,.,
Omaba. Dcnm. (Uk FianrJaro. ln Anelo. bart'-a, Spukaaa, Portland, Toronto. 250W
For the last week of our
"NOTHING TO HIDE" sale. REMEMBER
Oic highest quality of shoes have always been
carried in our stock and that we are offering
regular stock of MEN'S,
WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S SHOES
jat these RIDICULOUS PRICES.
' r - asjca. - j
Women s hnc bhocs
aH ii. i.,,. In iH
tt aH In hlnto t(i- aH AV
iln nnil m will K,a K
ittTit Niini' in Kjm T. I J . fx
alBBBBBl null, ,,r kti, rssjsn "fi. ( , tt,
aMiu.lVjtl V mm VBy.K
SHt Nb, IV ST "Ttv
r ai l D41 r
aK var W W lsV
Manyhavo come to this store in the past week and
have been amazed at the wonderful values we are
a a, . ..
oirerm m our NOTHING TO HIDE" sale. There
are more who we believe have not had the opuortunitv
and many who- are intending to come again this week.
We are therefore going to show our anDreciation bv makintr
EXTRA SPECIALS every day. REMEMBER THAT YOU
WILL FIND EVERY MINUTE INTERESTING, and that we
are offering to you all lines of shoes that become the lease "bit
broken in sizes, regardless of their former value, at the above prices.
' Main St.
H-This Ad Is I
Worth $1.00 M
H USE J
by Cost of
IT IS AN UNCHANGEABLE law of trade that the price at
which any service can be' continuously sold is governed by
the cost at which it can be continuously produced.
Thei e Is Nothing in the Telephone !
Business That Excepts it
f From This Law
THE MATERIALS WE NEED have been scarce-and expend
sive, the cost of labor has been going up; and in the face of
such conditions the demands for service have been extraor
dinary. WE CANNOT DO AS a private industry might arbitrarily
raise prices or suspend operation until conditions become
more normal. We must stand ready at all times to serve
the public, to make needed1 extensions to our plant and
equipment and to meet the demands formorp and more
IN ORDER that we may meet these obligations it has become
our duty to ask for rates that will pay operating expenses
and yield some return on the investment.