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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1020.
NO REPORT MADE
ON TRASH BOARD
Matter Expected to Come
' Up at Meeting Today
NO SUB-CONTRACTS LET
Sunderland Una Not Given
Any Permits on Alloys;
City Favors Free Access
Fur r developments' In the trash
uua' may bo brouirlft out at tho
nfpti' e ' mnyor ami ctty eomnils
.wfr: I r'rtny niornlnp, Although
inn i. i''1" ,s ,,ot scheduled to bo
dUi Uf- f- Pftl t f,f tno rcKUlur
No Hoport ot.
( (fr committee, appointed on
Tuf!dav has spent rfimr time since
then n aklnp ltivestlBntlotiH ns to ue
. .ir-i a dumping Rround closer to
,hc rlt than tho leased by J. W.
fUnderl ir.d In tho Plat Hook ills
triit iven miles from the city. This
mmUtrn has not yet reported.'
Aithnush Sunderland had not
ut-ri deals with subcontractors for
nrhllflte" I" certain nlcys at prices
' . tn (IE If l.ffl.i til.
,r,timont around tno city hall
Ttmrdiy that city officials are op-
f,f.i i') any sucn ncuun uii ins mui.
Thr innnrentlv contend that these
die . r. lid bo Riven free or nearly
free to sun-coiuracior ami inai oun
dirUnd'a incomn should come from
ihp neMlnff of vahmblo parts of tranh
vrhlfh may "o fiaivagcu.
The carbaco contract was recontly
tlvtn to Rhlpwan & Thompson un
der clrciimstnnccs Blmllar tn those
twdtr which tho trah contract was
iwarrtcd While tlmro was confusion
ir.r n short time, thn carbago situ
Hlon l now In satisfactory shapo,
urcordlni: to thnso connected with
iht el'v health department In charge
nf garhiipe uispusai.
Sown I'a.HfciiKcr Car Stolen.
Haven passenefrer Hulck car be
lor.slnK to l'osey Short, 1S01 South
Peoria wn stolen lato Wednesday
r.lsht fror.i tho 400 block on Kast
Second No trace of tho car has
County Home of Faded Hope
Holds Two Who Want Chance
Two mites northeast of Tulsa Ik
tho place, whoro every mkn and
woman has visions of havnle to ko
at some ttmo In his llfo tho last
placo where ho wants to go, and yit
tho plsco where thcro are, 22 men
and women now. Thoy nro men and
women with souls nrtd with shut
tered dreams and hopes. This placo
Is tho Tulsa county home tho poor
farm, to use plain ( words.
When ono reaches such a place,
he has usually, traditions say, lost
all ambition, yet In the Tulsa rountv
homo there am men and women who
feel that If they have ono tnorti
c!mti!:a they ran male good. Thcro
tho only one who lived. When ho
recovered from tho "flu" ho de
veloped dropsy, nnd has not been
ablo to work since. Mrs. Klla Ix-wls,
superintendent of tho homo, says
she Is sura that this man, who is
called "1Mb Pied," ran bo cured If
he can ko to riaremoro for two
weeks. Ho has no relatives to sond
Thorn Is another hian who U 111,
but who hoH relatives and frlonds
In Kansas City. If ho can set to
them, ho will bo cared for. All ho
needs Is a ticket to Kansas City.
"U'h that overlastlnR hope," said
Mrs. Lewis, to a World reporter,
"that makes tho human raeo sil
ls onf man about 40 fears old, who i premo, that hope for Just ono moro
in n vji LiivuiiiniuiivvK, in' intuitu. j . ' ........ ......
was ouco a musician who earned u i but they want another chance, not
Kood salary, but two years ago he that I know Just what would como
and Ids family wcro stricken with 1 of It, but I'd Kind o' like to co
Inflilenta. through which he was ' them get It."
i,.nd suoi: convention uvAwcomca Here to Content
i:coiilho Committed of Oklahoma II uxba nd's Divorce Case
Mioo DealcrM .Meet Here.
At a meeting of tho executive
committee of thp Oklahoma Kctatl
Shoo Dealers' association, Wednes
day, In Oklahoma City, tho annual
statu convention wn set for Pebtu
ary, find Tulsa was named as tho
place. Shoo men of this city wero
represented .by K. ', Stearns. I..
Lyons, A. Lazarus and W. l'lslier.
IS FIRED AT COX
roNTiNfii) riid.M pm: unm
congress as frilly as It binds nil oth'r
in-mbeis uf our government to
m.iltitnln the plighte.! f ilCl or the
I nlted States, 'n all gosernments
the pnWer to ilec!nrwar rests snm'
whete and an ,l(,reemeiU tn mike
war Is uii agreement trwt that power
BiiHU lie so e.xerelsea ny ili! oiriceni
In whom li rests. A refusal r; con
gress to pns tho necessa-; resolu
tion would simply be a breach of the
.lust I. Ike Wilson.
"An .tnnlngnus ease Is tho power
of congress to appropriate money.
There is no other power In our gov
ernment to do that, but, If the
Pnlted Slates makes a treaty agree
ing to pav i million dottnrs t en
other country, would anyone sa,v
that the rtdlcntlon could be i.in
celh d E a refM.il .f mligress to
appioprlHte the monev ? Certainly
not. the only offset would be that
the Pnlted States would have broHcn
r..ui. ti, , ... l innMilnii In wli"tier
we shall enter Into a guarantee tin-
... .. ,. A . . . I .... fl II
il'T wnieii me laun ni irrou
require congress to pass a resolution
.1nr.ln.lno, IMf. Tllllt Is WltUt 1110
president proposed. That Is what
J our teiegrsm innnvn 11 o"
"On tho s;tmo day that you sent
the tfjlegrnm, arcording to the press
reports, In a meeting at Providence,
someone In the audlnneo asked you,
would you accept th lodge reserva
tions to the league of tiallotm'
There your opportunity. Among
those reservations; was ono which
Tin' lMlgi llcxemttlon.
"The Pn'led States assiimrs no
ohllgntlon to preserve- the territorial
Integrity nr political Indepondento of
tin' '-'h.'. . .mntry by the employ
mint "c 'h mtl tarv or naval for.es
it' o i in any pur icui.ir case the
ri'iign ss . itit It iiniii - tin- constitu
tion b.is I bp tol power to deolsio
wr or in authnrllo tho emplnymonl
of ho in',,! iry or fiaval foroos nf the
I 11 ll -I 'i .u s shall In the i nerelse ot
full ili.rt. of action by a. : or Joint
rofol i'Ioti so provide.'
"Ti . i n solution would leovH oon
gresi iter whtjnover the I lm came
t" i l in ineordaneo with Its Judg
liii in -mil i-Miisrlolieo an. I the Judg
inont ii'id cnnselenco of its constitu-
ints eviritinic tho merits of the eon.
inn. rm ,u mm mm'
"S ir (..sltlon ns ynu inw state It
won i i. ii.. oongiorm t'-.m-.i t,y the
sol. tim pledge of (lilih In our i-oun-1
1 y lo psss th lesolmon for war,
no maitcr what the merits of the
controversy mlgih be.
"If you did not menu that con
groHS should be bound, you hsd .ill
opportunity at thn meeting In Pro.
donee to way 'I agree to th.s rcseria
lion or to this put of 'h's ri 'ervn
tlon.' Your nnswsr is repnr'e,l to
hnvo been: 'The ldge resrv,tll(lis
worn never seriously wipei-itleil If
they hnd b-rn. Sina o. lodge would
have deflated for them In the lepiili-
lltonn platrorm ndnptcd M ('lic,i
Ami ttniH yon sl-lesl"tir-f .1 'In n"'i'
tlon, and you state In your loie-fnin
to ine the p.'rfoetly ft till tiling vi ,i
are willing to do upon 'he HtibJ -cl or?
"Your toW.im l.i me un.leflal.oH
to state you- cane aid I. in vtbnt
von say and what you reft In from
saying confirm tho undors'nnding I
expromod In my speech thai oiir po
s.t..n umt purpcvsn nro to impose up
on the Piiltt'l States tli. nnniit
to tj .tl.itt 'l at Paris) without tiny it al
.Mm. Mjry Orahani Vaughan ot
1'alrmont, West Va., wlfo of Dr. C.
M. Vatighun, who has beon n prac
ticing physician In Tulsa, for tho
last year. Is In the city this week to
defend' divorce proceedings brought
against her by her husband. Mrs.
' I'Vauehan arrived from tho east
JVl'lrtl IIIIIMUl'U llll'IfillU fAliriiPII . mt. it ... 1.
to bo In attendance at tho meeting, I ' lock
tho purposo of which jvlll bo for the , 'I'. th? d1"11' roun lU 9 oclock
ueitermont or contntionu for tiolti re-1
taller and consumor.
Car Men C!ct IncreiiHC.
NXW QJtLEANa. Oct. 21. Itopro
sentatlves of tho New Orleans Hull
way and Light company and tho
street car men's union lato today
signed a two-year contract provid
ing wigo Incrcnseo aggregating 23
per cent. Car fates wero Increased
ut mldnlgbUfrom B to 8 cents.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29 ,
When you arc tired and hot tho
purity of tho dainty you order may
become secondary to Its coolness and
nut whllo you are enjoylnu lt,s rich
flavor aiid Iceberg coolness1, wo are
watchful to see that only purest ma
terials aro used.
"Try Our Superior Cnndy"
Ono Door South of Mnjostlc Theater
( Today ThroiiKli Sutunlay
Mu.s I cal Comedy Compony
'Follies of 1920'
A Singing it nil Dancing
New Pot PIitA Hun Poaturc
Bull's Eye .Comedy
"Ruth of the Rockies"
Altcrnnon, lilt; nnd li.'u
Nights mill Siindajs Kit;
POPULAR WITH THE PEOPLED
UVUItVHODY SAYS WONDKItPPL SHOW
The American Beauties
A SHOW OP PPATVUPS
TODAY KPKAL COMKDY IN a SCPNPS
"DOWN ON THE FARM"
WITH THE AMERICAN BEAUTY CHORUS
The Boy Caruso The Five Alarcous
In Most Difficult Numbers A JSct ami iruclouhly
from P. rand Openi Plent-lng Offering
The Harmony Ityicks Lew Marshall
Musing the Uitost Song lilts In Ulack Pact! Comedy
J. Warren Kerrigan
AND HIS OWN COMPANY IN
"The Dream Cheater"
Good Comedy and Pathe News
IT'S ALL T1IK HO TO tlO TO THIS HHOADWAY
Moo seh eart
Ily SKNATOIt AHTIIUIt CAP
l'Plt, OP KANSAS
"I havo watched, with Intenso
Interest, the progrehs of tho
Mooto and I am proud to have
been associate in this great
work from Its Inception. Tho
work being done for Ilttlo chil
dren Is unsurpassed by any
body of men in tho world, and
as a niemberj of the Hoard ot
'iovernors of Mooseht-nrt, with
full knowledge of all lis work
ings, I can at all times com
mend to tho world this great
and noble work for dependant
Fees Reduced to $10.00
Por n Limited Time.
Ilegular inlilatllm closed char
ter, $25; dues. J12.U0 per year;
contribution, $2.00 per yeur.
Por full particulars address
Gerald F. Gahan
District Supervisor, or Mem
114V4 S. Boston, Tulsa, Okla.
"Big Jim" will preach on
this subjpet tonight. The
High School students will
attend in a body. You, too
arc invited. Come early
and bring a friend.
Fourth and Cincinnati
Messrs. Sinclair and Hastings havo by special arrange
ment and at considerable expense secured the engage
Minnie Maddcrn Fiskc
Unquestionably the, most distinguished English speak
ing actress jn tho WORLD
For one performance only, of her latest and most suc
"Mis' Nelly, of N'Orleans"
An utterly delightful comedy of moonshine, madness
,and make-believe, by Laurence Eyre.
Friday, October 29th
Special Train of Three Cars
FORTY-FIVE WORKING MEN ARE REQUIRED TO
HANDLE THE ELABORATE SCENIC EQUIPMENT,
WHICH REQUIRES FIVE HOURS TO ERECT AND
PREPARE FOR THE PERFORMANCE.
This is, without -doubt, the most important offering of
the local dra'matio season.
Mail orders will be filled in tho order of their receipt,
when accompanied by check for price of seats, plus ton
per cent (war tax). Enclose aelf-addrcssed, stamped
Address all MAIL ORDERS, Sinclair and Hastings,
care QUAKER DRUG STORE, 310 South Main street.
Prices: $3.00, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00 (Plus Tnx)
DON'T FORGET THE DATE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29
S TR AND phlyinji
I VMOPS M hTOHV
"The Mutiny of
Willi mi All. Star Cast, Int'luilliig
MlTCHK.I.It MJWIS hi;i,i:n pi;iujpson
PABSO.V PPItiiPKOV NOAll 11UP.IIY
MUTT AND JEFF CARTOON
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On the Screen
Tucker Itnw. lluail Show
10 and 25 Cents
POl 11 SHOWS KATX'ltDAY
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