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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920.
COMING TO TULSA
Mrs.Minne iUarldern Kiakc
Here on October 29 in
'NELLY OF N' ORLEANS'
A Comodj; of Mnkchclicvc of
(10 Years Ao Whon Creole
Was N. 0. Social Leader
With th proacnintlon of "Mm'
Nelly of .V Orle.in" nl Convention
hull on Krlilfiy, October l, thenicr
followers will have the opportunity
of rin one nf the irnatesit Knit-lla-h
apa-cklng actreMesi, Mm Minnie
Madden-h Kiako, who alain In thitt
piny of old Crroln New oriesna. airs.
IIbiik In widely known to nil theater-
goert-i na h has ainrren in biicii
notable playa hi Hftlvntlon N'U"
A Coililes of lli-ontlvtiiy.
TlilH noted stress has Jnt enm
plnled n tirtir of Hi" country from
lh Kast In the Ilrr and la now
lottlriilng home. I lif tour-In the
flmt in several years, thin being tlio
first tlmi' that aim hna consented to
Ibbvp Urnndway where. ehe In re
garded ii ii "goddess."
"Mlii' Nelly of N' (Oflcnna." In nn
timiisltig comedy of 'moonshine ntul
inakcbcllcve iiiul Mrn. Klakn In ably
dUillMirlfil In the piny. Tim scene In
lull! Ill New Orleans liu years nwo
when tliii Cronies, ii nilxturi' of thi
Hpanlsh mid French races, worn
nodal leaders. A iinnlnt lilt of humor
la present tliroiiKliniit tlio piny nllil
roiiiiinri' ntiio linn It place.
A Coliini mill I liu rli Project,
The piny In being presented by
Cohan mid Harris iukI tlir company
wVI nrrlvi' In town, pitrly Friday
evening. It lakes five hoiirH to pie
pnro tlio slitgu with tint special scon
cry which In required. Onn "set," nn
old niiliinl.il house, requires stiVcral
hoiirH to pri'parc. Tho play Iiiin at
tracted wldo iittrntlon wherever
shoivn, has been attended with Brent
BucrccM nnd lootl theater-goers ato
Uui'iInU'iI a treat when It Ih Hhown
Variety of .Mnln 01,111 That N Con
rrnlly KUUeil Out of Way
WIIOATON. 111., Oct. 2J, Evury
br.dy known pnflli.-iIlM, hut dooa
everybody knmv that puffballn, be
foru they net to bo puffbalbi, on
Rood to eat? Dr. W. H. .Moffatt, of
Wheaton, Iiuir n atudent of tho
muuhroom for tho love of It, a
mern'ber of karned aaJlolIca, ancf .a
well known, apeakur beforo nulurn
i'IiiIih of Clik'nKo. hat tldH to fay uf
tho humble ptiffbnlt:
"In tho vicinity of our cities .11 e
nuineroua ttatta of land owikmI or
routed b duvoteea of tho k-'Uiio of
trulf. , Vhu toiKKiiaphy of tficne
Innda Ih varied, ombraulnrc both
rolllnir nnd level Bround wherevtr
'avulliible. Tho mill, at leant upon
tlio Brenn, In enriched by tho appll.
ration of fertilizers to uaniru an
aliudnnnt nnd even Rrowih of iti'iuh,
Ujinn thcMo KroinulH edibhi iiiiimIi
lODiiiB of arvrrnl Hpeclea' may bo
found after lalnti, from AukuhI un
til (root. Atuone hene, onu upecleH,
Ai;ai'liiH I'ampettrlH, Ih puitly well
known bi.th to iilayerM and caddloi',
and Is npt to ho gathered In da toy
day :m tho plantH appear.
'However, there .tire other filiutl,
not ho well known, 'Which nrn look
ed upon 11 h IntruiIiii'H, and UHiially
urn kicked to plece whenever they
lira aeon. Anionc thrao are a pee I en
known an puffballa; to thn unltlat
ed na 'HinokubnllH' or 'homo kind of
funKUH.' ThoHo beKln their nppear-
anco tin Miiall whlto Imlln, usually
hidden In tho grnHH. Aa they
grow, thoy anHUme the aire, color
nnd shape of a golf bull, and at a
llttlu 1 dlstnticn may easily bo mis
taken for one. When fully grown,
they may bo from three to flvo
Inchcii In diameter, of a whitish of
cream white color, nnd shaped llko
11 giant puar with 1U slender stem
emneddeii In .he eaitn. TniH"
species by many who know them arn
preferred to 410 common mush
room. They should bo gathered
while they nro whllu Inside mid of
a cheesy conslsu iu y. H Uiey ma
ture, thoy turn to n,vollnwlh or
brownish rolor Intern'nlly and at"
then wholesome. Dually, tho en
tire plant beconnti flllud with i
brownish or purpiis'.i powder, and
U then known aa tho 'smokeball'
which the small my dcltghtti to
kink, In order to sen the 'smoko'
"Kor thn reason that nil of tho
pufflialla me cdtlilo and cannot ho
mistaken for any other fuuKuii
(with the possible exception' of the
'htllik-horn' which at once lietrnys
Itself by Its vile tutor,) they should
become beltei known to thosn who
Wish to ad I auollier talile delicacy to
TO PROBE DENT0N'"DEATH
Ontnd ilury liiiestlgatlou to Do
Opened rrldnj at li. ugcleH.
l.OS ANOICI.ICS, Oct 21.- C.rnnd
Jury Investigation Into the death of
Jacob C. Dent on, wealthy it-tired
capitalist found dead In a enpt In
the cellar of his home hero lust
month, will hevlo tomorow, accord
ing to unnoum eiucnt tonight hy the
uiBiriei attorney h omre.
Subpnenat, have been Issued for II
witnesses, im lading Mr It. 8. I'eetn
of Denver. tenant In the Denton
homo at the time of his dlsappenr
nnee, last June. A purported state
ment life Mis. I'eete said she had
WlinesM'iL the murder nf Denton at
the hand" of a man and a woman
after Denton hud hot the woman In
K quarrel. She will he placed h.
fore the jury next week, it was
PLAN DEFENSE "OF" GOTHAM
In Cnn of Attack It Would Da 1).
rectcil froiu IIomou,
HOSTON. Oct. 21. --Primary do
fense ot New York city against an
lnvnplnn by on would he directed
from thla .city under n war ileum t-
ment order issuad todny at the head
quarters or uie-uihl corps area.
Thn order trftjisfer .,, 11... f,-.. I
corps that part of the st.te of New 1
York that lies ens' t lengitude 7 ' an ,
west, comprlslm: tbe r -is-crn half o
Lonir la and wnn ! ,nf. Wi-,..i., n-..-
rv nn.l mi.i,. . ... . .
.... ,, ,, .,, txienauo 111
MM West Co wboys Rope Him
The tisunl roulifiB life of thn cur-(of the office. Instead ho mined up
nival cowboy in no 'lil fxiatem n j on his hind pads and poked his
to my thn lenst, even If hla but tttnar ! 11011 Into n window Prank Itudmmi,
hnraeii ri,. more or Ism Hard lo their, j. r Atnhraon mid Mlaa I'lorti Ho
jobxi and hit. stocra me welt ailapl.il 1 .. , M ,t..r
to tlio ilrrllnn rxxjiH-. Hut It lan'tj'"" " " "
often Ihnl It fnlla to tlii lot of a j I" tb of flea. , "M later! AndnrHon,"
riimlval 1 iiwhny to rop a arniiltic 1 nildreawi'd tlia lion, "f liavo nothliiK
liloodthlratv lion. h'nt on a tour nfjio a'1'! to you'" Whereupon llm mil
"death and dialriirtloii," w Imae ea- tnnl droppad to the around and iirtr
rape fioni a well Kiiardei enajn of i M'd off, while the oreutlildHN trio
ateiil waa by no ninana on Iho dally
lint thla opportnnlly la what foil
to lh lot of "Tex.ia" Kelry, and
".Mminy" Carev eowpunehera with
1 ne 1 mi 1 nenneiiy a now. wiien a
frlakv. hungry, m.ine liciuinn hnilo
ailppeii by hla uiptora about II
o'eloi k yealerilny moruliiR mid for
15 inlnutea envorted iihout thn ehow 1
Itrounda, lea vim terror In hla wako,
It waa only a rub, an.y the ahowinou
11 two-year-old euh, and lm didn't
do any dama, hut never tieeaa
It waa llniM for thn dally meal
for Ihe herd of lion and the keen
era had lifted the door to the young
llon'a eageho huan't ben iiamnd
ytand waio preparing to thruat
In hla portion of heer. Turning up
hla noae at tho morael (he ul liotled
pant In a atreak of hroun, tore puat
the Wild Weal show. Imnneil fur 11
"i" 11 Kiu' e. iiiiii incn I
heailed for th Itea-Iteed Mlll,n ,
.... mnuw ii.iiiiiany. I
The brute did not ruler the door I
Again Appointed Chair
man of Hoard; Four
More Also Named
Ily Tint AMurliitnJ I'rem
WAHIIINOTO.V. Oct. 21. Admiral
Ilenson loday wna reappointed chair-
man of tho ahlpplng board. At tho
aaino time, rrealdent Wilson ap
pointed four oilier members, They
weie: I'Vedeilc I. Thompson of Mo
bile. Ala.: (lavln MacNab nf Han
franclaco. Theodoro Mai-hurir of
llalllmoie nnd Martin lllilen of Wis
consin, formerly connected with tho
Tho other mcmbcra of tho board
III UHt bo ntipolnted under thn terniH
of tho merchant murine net. which
provides ror seven commlsK oners.
two rrom thn Atlantic coast, two
from tho l'aclflc const, ono from thn
gulf coast, nnd onn from tho lnko
region, and ono from tho Interior.
Mr. Olllen wan nppolnted a member
of tho old hoard hy tho tircaldeni,
0111 i no senate mil not net on his
nomination nnd consequently tio
never qualified. Thero nro now only
two members of tho board. Admiral
llcusou and John A. Donald.
Tho nppnlntniiMita mado today are
recess ones. Tlio nominations will
bo aent to thn sminto when Hint body
convene In December, for approval.
Tho salary of tho shipping commis
sioners Is 1 12,000 u year. I'nder
tho merchnnt marlnn act not moto
than four of tho seven ahlpplng com
missioners can bo appointed from
tho sumo political paily. Four of
tho flvo men appointed today nrn
democrats, leaving two republlcatiH
to ho named as memhera.
Admiral llcusou nnd Mr. Marburg
nro thn members of tho board on
tho Atlantic coast. Mr. Marburg Is
i repuhllcau and an author. u for
merly waa minister to liulglum nnd
was ono of tho organizers of tho
league to enforce pence.
Mr. MacN'nb la out of tho two
inembeis from tho l'aclfle const. I in
Is nn attorney and was a Miiiwlnl
lepreaeniattvo ofjho ahlpplng board
In tho settlement of wage enntro
versleH on tho Pacific coast during
tho war. Ho Is a democrat.
Mr. Thompson, iho member from
Iho glllf l Oust . Is llllhliHller r 11,0
Mobile. (Ala.) Iteglater nnd tho Mo-!
010 ius-item. Ho has been an
nctlvo newspaper man since 1803,
and was a delegate to the llaltlmore
convention at which Picsldcnt Wll
son first was nmnlnntfd.
Mr. Olllen wns special assistant
to John Itarton Payne when Judge
Payuo was ihnlrinan of tho boaul.
Ho Is n tlemocial.
APPEALS TO THE FARMERS
Coolltlco rlnUheK :i(.ltir SikhI.Iiu'
lour ln Ninth Carolina.
ClIAltLOTTK, N C. O, t. 21
flovei nor Conlldge completed a 3fi
honrs speaking tour of North C.iro
jinn tenlphl with mi adlrss here
In which he directed 1iH remarks
partlcularlv to faiiners and wage
earnets Ho urged both to Increns,
The republican pnrlv, ho said
would endeavor "to dlgnlfv the f 11 111
bcHUse the farm Is the base of nur
existence." and help the farm ten
ant to become a farm owner.
11 his srcc'ticr- today ilovernnr
Conlldge emphasUed the position of
the republican, party tut (he tariff
lie declared also for "a leturn to
constitutional government" mid de
nntinceil "the c vr Ive of ap pow
ers by the preil,Mit at this time"
ROOSEVELT IN HOME STATE
Carries ' League or Vntlnn Hcrore
I Ph' or IMiiplie stnte.
NOP.TII TON A W AN DA. N. y. Oct
21 t'r.-iokllo D Itoosevelt In a ser
Ii'h of speeches through northwest
ern New York inrinv. carried the
league nf nations Issues .before the
votcra tif his home state In a flni
effnit to jilnco New York In the
democratic column In the presiden
Mr Hnnsevelt declared the league
ihniild rtocr have' been nintlo the
rootha.lt of pi lilies and that It wns
th grenleit Isstie that has eomo be.
fnre the American voters slnco the
1 Ivll war
Kt of Ada.
The Tidal Oil company's Nn. R
Harris in section 22-Bn-Se. la n 10.
""' J win in the shallow sand
1, J"" " 7fi" fppt
'c-idmnn pcTnieum cnmp.in,
,l ' '' )Z'U "", ,S''
' n "" " si to
, , ,
U10 lu-rthi :iHt of untlon 20
watclifjil ami martn-ii 111 rcnur.
Haik throiiKli Ho- Wild Weat allow
loped yoiiNK lte. lint by thla time
Keley mid Carey Ii id thHr rnpea
'leady mid Kivt- ihii"'' On the welMll-
Ittat Mi'alea of a nr.irhv III moor yard
r1"' tiirneil at bi He had harilly
aloppoil before nwift nooaea aettlod
iilioul hla Peek. Then tho cowboy-
'Hrlfltod emlH of the two rnpea
were iiulekly wniind about handy
poata and while a ernwd that had
gathered In an In-innt, watched, the
eeeenlrlo elaw-beiirlng South Afri
can cliiiwed nnd anxrled untlU'li'i
waa nlinoat thiough the beat Irlek
ropen of the larnlviil Hut JuhI then
a flock of kecpem hi lived with a
"ahlpptng cage aiul tt waa nil over
except for the aelf idnilnlatHrtd doe-
....I 1. ii... 1 -I... 1 ...in
iiillHH mil' II irtfinnrii 171, tK ri'iu
Wo oughta weighed the aeouti-
.t..i ...1. 11. 1... ... .... it...... .iiUt.lu
i,,V", V.V tl....V,
owmiiti. who ailileil
light the 1 iil llmi ahnuld
In- nun,' il "Tu'xli. in 11,1 mory or the
Only Small Percentage of
Factories Now Able
pre-war cotton Industry hns suffered
to such nn oxtent during tho rovolu
Hon that It Ih doubtful whether
many of tho mills ever will bo nblo
to opernto ngnln, nnyH Hlr CharleH
Marina, an Dngllsh authority In tho
worlds' cotton trade, In nn Inter
view In tho Yorkshire Post.
Ilased upon Information obtained
from nn Kngllshman who recently
returned from Kusslu, where for 14
ycnrH ho wns tho mnnngur of a largo
cotton factory near Moscow, Hlr
Charles cHtlnintcHvtli.it of Iho 'J.000,
000 spindles running In ltiissla be
fore tho rovolullou not moro than
200,000 or 300,000 tiro now oper
ntlng. Tho experiences of tho English
manager of tho Moscow factory were
told lis ah I'tniinilii nf Hi., i.i.,lli.,tu I
employed by revolutionists In dealing I
With ono ot Kussla's great Industrial ;
assets, tho textile factories In tho
Moscow district- This particular
mill carried on all tho processes
from cotton spinning to Iho finished
product. 17.000 workern having been
employed under normal operating
When the hnlshcvlkl assumed con
trol tho whole cotton Industry was
nntlnnnllired. At every mill commit
tees worn formed and finally, In
October. 1S1!. n tlecreo wns lssueil
that nil who had been connected with
nn lormer owners would have to
leavo. AVIth the exports gone, tho
mill topped. After a time atteniptB
were made to re-start It. hut It wnn
mmosi imposslliln to obtain raw eot-
Inn U,ll .111 1..... , I
" '"' 'i' '"" " " ei e iiiiiauieii, .
w hich inter iiemg Mllliteil ' Willi 7D
per cent waste, was put through the I
i ne iniiciuiiery now is ln a very
bad state. In such a state, In fact,
that It would be almost impossible
to operate tho factory properly, n' -cording
to the Information given Sir
Charles. Whenever mm bines me
damaged, other machines nro de
nuded of parts to repair them.
Sir Chailes stated that thero was
little possibility of Hngllsh work
men going lo Itussla for employment '
Ill textile factories. Mills In Oei
many and Austiln. were turning out
only flom 2,"i lo 30 per cent of the
normal production, he said, and
I'll I-lluli .rl-,.. . .i ,
.ugiisii vwnkcis faced the ntnuett
Imposalblo tusk of making up for!
uie n.iir ami u nair years' stoppage
of textflo manufnctuio owing to tho
IAP? TO WITUnnAUf TDnnoo
w w iii i nuiinii i nuuro j
Soldier,, to llo Hivallcil I Yum Cliluo
., AUvr "'inillls Are IMspcrwVil.
Hy The Amo'cliIi .1 Prim
WASIIINOTON. Oct 21. - The
JrtpnucMc government ilecl nren In ,m
offl, lap statement Issued todny nt 1
i Ohio mat tno troops Hdlspatcbed
Into China as a result of lecent
bandit raids at Huncun, a frontier
post In eastern Mnncluirtu, ill
"piomptlv be wlthdruwn nu h..,h .is
danger Is lemoveil and pea. o i:i
rcstoicd in thn piovluce"
Tho statement as received today
In Washington says thn Chlnisn uov-
cruaient had at first ogiccd to thn
sending of tho .laponeso iclnfiine
inents to protect tho Japnnche nm-l
amnio nnd citizens, but subsequently
had communicated with Minister
Ohiito, at Peking, refusing to agieo
to thn troop movement.
GEORGE WHITE OPTIMISTIC
Sajs American People Hate .Made
t'p Minds to I'.levi Co.
NKW .)K. Oct. 21 - Itetuin
Ing to his headquarters hero today
after a trip of Inspection through
Ohio and Illinois. C. rot go White,
chairman of the democratic national
committee, Isaued a stalcnii'iu
which follows ln pntt:
"The American people have made
their minds up to elect (lovemor
Cox and n democratic senate In or
der to avert the Infamy of a separtitn
pencil with Oorniaiiy, and to save
tho league. They aro weary of tho
chorus of republican katydids row
lug 'he did,' 'he didn't ' They will
select a four-squaro president In
stoad of a human weather vane '
I."MnN. Oct. 21 King Alrxan-
ler who ..ntul t' l blond polHOOtllg
fr, In a nieekei b.te in res'tng morn
tasi'y nnd hi general -ml ' on
erms tui i" till (In Fxiiaifr
Tcn'jir.iph li p.'i.ib fr,.,p ,i. ih
aj I- was dmed edncsd.il
phmpi ac i AMnnvsHE predicts day world
m ODD FELLOWS
Thousands Expected Here
Early in l'J21; Tulsa
ThoiiK.iii'1 of Oklfthoma Odd Kcl
Iowa will gather In Tulan. early In
1921 f"r a atate eonelavo, aa thn re-
ault of plmia miido at tho grand
lodge meeting In Munkogcn from
whii h the TulKa delegation of 100 re
turned Wctlnepihiy night. Oklahoma
CPy landed the next convention.
The attenrtHnee la expected to ex
ceed 6,000 itt the coming cnnealve.
All the degree of Odd KelloWHhlp
will be exemplified hy nlno degreo
ataffa from all partn of th" Htnte,
There will he four teams In tho ail
bordlnute itegreea, ono llehccca de
gree amff. three teama In tho en
mniiiment and a ninth team.
TiiIh.i emiton No. IS conferred
the canton degreo on Monday after
noon nnd (lie ArknnmiH Valley degree
ataff, from thla city, put on thn ln
iatory degree! of Odd IVllowahlp on
Tueail.iy evening. Tho parade on
Tucmlny morning which waa the
1 ' ' n !'' ''oin(.
longeat ever held In Muakngeo waa,
led by Tulan I'anton No. 15, which-
.11- iuiKrni in nny in tno statu
anil with the heat retireaentiillnn nf
uniforma. n. .MrCllnn of M'iiImi
giand mauler, presided over tho do
lllinratlona of tho lodge.
PLAN' CROP FINANCING
J I '-',(1(10. not) Corporntlon I'roixwtl nt
.Mi't'lliig of Umikcrx and Cot
ton Intcresla In Cpn.
IlyiTho Asuti'lairil Prm,
WASIIINOTON, Oct. 21 Plans
for tho organization of a (12, 000,000
col ton nxpoiT and crop financing
eorporatlon were adopted nt a meet
ing here Into todny of hankcra nnd
representatlvcH of cotton Interests
nttendlug tho convention of tho
Ametlcan Hankers' nssoclatlon. Tho
1 : ' rml'u. ""W'-fHoim con-
.tnlr.ed In a reimrt of 11 comm ttee
headed hy Hohert V. Maddox. At
.antn hanker, to movo nt once In
thn direction of preliminary stepH
townrd organisation of the corpora
tion. Tentative arrangements pro
vide for tho payment of half the
capital stock, or an Initial working
fund of $1,000,000 capital nnd Jl.
Capital subscriptions tho plan silg
goifi, will be used on an assessment
of one dollar a b.tlo on cotton rnlsed
In Ihe respective states.
LUTHERAN STAND DISPUTED
Comcnlloii ItcJcrlM .Minister's State
ment on I -en goo .Modification.
WASIIINOTON, Oct. 21. Tho
Cnltod Lutheran church of America,
In sorond biennial coventlon hero
today refused to sanction tho decln.
V"11'"1 '"st night of tho Nov. K. V.
."'"''bman of Philadelphia, that tho
treaty of Vorwilllea should bo modi
fied. The convention adopted committee
recommendations that Dr. Ilnch
ninn's statement was "tho Individual
expression of tho speaker and "hot of
tho convention." And that It "did
not deem It necessary to take furthdr
LODGES AND SOCIETIES
I.ODOi: NO. 71 mreta v"fry
'itui.tiBjr, 1 ir 1 murriiiiv, k,
I . Kfceml Thtirarlnv. hitln
Tliiril Tlnirily, M. M. Kourth
V&W- " SMh Worl ln K A. nr.
V Vmiora wcott.
Jnn A WnlUir. V M J. C. Jtonfortf. flr.
ii.i,t V I.ODnK
KMi-, :tli Work In M. 11. degree,
i-iniiinrnruii ui s p. m,
It P. KAUFMAN. V St.
AUTllt'll ll.Ml:n. Secretary.
PI.ritnM.iM l.oiiHH NO. 'ill mtele
every Prlday e&rent ..enml.
Neit rninniuntCAtlmi l-'rl'lay.
October J2il, cmninenrlng .JI)
, in Work and nomination
In K. f dra-ree. Vlaltlna Jli.
una apeclally Invited.
51 II I'I.1:.hiii:h. v. M.
II. II. MANNA. Hecretary.
'r' ' s l'!lAPTi:il O. r.. X. meeta firm
- .MIKOIIIC Hall, 2.10 p, HI.
.iins Tl'Ml'li: ti:ns.ixt. wnniiv sitrm.
.Miir i . .11 m . r,tii, secretary.
1.HA IIIAI'TUH Nil". S2 It. A M". meed
ii'inilar teitiniunlcatlon Nov.
It Work In V. M. decree,
ci'imucncInK at 7:30 p. tn.
it. i:. NnwiiousK. it. r.
St. A HNVDKK. Secretary.
TIMNlTY l'MMANin:uy NO. 20 Ineeta
vjabiv 'ion. uinl fourth Monday
Wf jie. Ii inonth. Next meeting
'f&ftTfiZfS l,, 2i- ' 10 ! "' w"rk In
hMJi uriler f the lted Croaa.
juiiN MKiHi-.NnACiinn. :.c,
THANK SHAMAN, Hncorder.
AKIMH TCMI'Ui A. A. O. .V M H.
l: Coi rntDDlHl .Nov 30,
HAMI'CI. It. IiYi:, Potentate
II. M m.MVKIt. nerorilrr.
it v i.i, DDK no. -an. 1 O. l). r.
NdU nieellnB Oct. loth. Ilual
iteitB eraalon onl), arceuut
ilnind Lodge araaion. Lodge
opena at I p til
J. II. I'll A I'M AN, N O.
M. t POtlNUSTONlJ. Hec.
.SV 1WAMPMKNT NO. 9. I. O. O. R,
'n arcoii'i tinn louriu r relay, e p. in.
iH'Sri' acaalnn del. V..7.30 p. 111., K. I',
hall. I..', Kill Seoond.
J l Mmse, i'. P. It. A. Fuller, Act. Scribe.
TCLS llKlll.KAII NO 31. I, O. O. V..
imft aenmd and fourth Friday. 7 30 p.
in.. K P. hnll. U'i lUt Sentml.
MUM. I. A WATSON. N
MHH ll'A Tl IINgt'lHT. Hec ).
Tl I.H CANTON NO 16, I. O. O F. ineeta
rirm and third Friday, 7 31) p. in.,
Hum ,ana hull 1124 Sulllli llnulder.
.1 II Willlama Captain. 11 II. Fuller. Clk.
I 1 K
H t.SA CAMP NO O0J. M. W. of A . and'!"',"1 l1u' ' barter of th s.iU Clly ef
. I'liiWIIoNTAH CAMP Nu .1702 "ulaa, Oklanoma. and propose, and sub.
I trL .v ii i ... . ....... Imlla the same tn th ntullr:..,l .,.,in..
It N. of A,, meeta every Tllea
lav night at K. nf P. hall,
US Fust Second slreet. Vis.
It K. McC'llne. Cnnsul
A lltluheu. 0-&-!fil (I.W
Mfs H I' Kennedy. O-20IJ. Oracle.
Mrs 1 I V tight. O J902. Ilerorder.
hum. ii ri i mk loiicik ij3."k. "p"
meeta every Thursday night at
K P hall. Kuet Second. Next
meeting, Oct 2Mh. Visiting
knighia urged lo attend.
D II. I'KLTH C. Ii
Kt) A:.K. K. II a
N 54 meets Irst Hatur
day in each month at
.,. ,,,, ,, , I
Masonic Hall luslnt's
inerMiig 7 p, m. at
flAtiA lilt' VTu
nily Collego President Is Confident
Kt'ign or Mctdiol la Doiiuidl.
phiix,di:dpj(ia, Oct. a
bont-dry world was r,rell.-ted hv
Dr. M. t.nrey ThomiiH, president of
nryn .Mawr college, In her nddrcwi
at the opening of the afith yenra of
the ci.llcga. .She said:
. . . .... ,, , . ...
Already It Is possible to read tho
wTitmg on tlio wan. in tin at llrl-
tain nnd western I'.uropo the con-
sumption of wines In restnurniiU
''1'i.vhik-u' nei-nin 10 imj i;rmtiia ue-
creuied. The question of drastic
Mgulatltn of tho liquor traffic la to
be M.ted on rfoin III iKcoD.ind, whet,,
the dinkenniSH of lie 1 1' men nnd
women Is truly tf irllile. Hugo and
urrthtlMastic temtiernnen iienllej
. "'IC "Vn ill 11, Vli,
arn being held In .ill the great
cities, and the growth of tho tern-
pernnce meetings are being held in
nil the great cities, nn.1 l.o grlwth
of the temperance sentiment Is Vury
Woodson E. Norvell
Now located aecond floor east wing
UnUy building. Phono Oaago 8700.
T H E C 1 1 1 M) R K N'S D A Y
717 KOPTI1 CUKYKNNi:
Children Cared for During Worklifg
or Shopping Hours.
DR. IRA ALLISON
m.OOD, SKIN AND
10 J4 VmsI Third Street
Samuel A. Boorstin
Attornuy nnd Counsellor
Now I.oentcil fl'J.-'J0.'J7 Slryo liTH-.
I iv of Oil anil Has
I-ii w of CiiriKirutlous
hi:i:k.tz a. v. .mooid:
10 W'rt Thlril htrert
DR. JOHN LEE
ciicnm, iviuiicy. inaililer. si
ntul Dlbcnttcs of Women
113JS S. Main Osago 103a
Itefrlgeriillon Slcain Power
Ico Plants A; Heating Plants
H. J. McCarron Co.
633 N MAIN ST.
Uallltig nuil Itcpnlrs
Stanley C. Edmistcr
401-3 Kennedy Dulldlng
rironca Office 133-1 Hcsldenco 4433
' TULSA, OKLAHOMA
L. . 15-17-20-JI lBal H. Novim-
XOTICK TO CONTlUCTtlllS.
The Hoard of M.liicatton of thn City of
TuliH, and Htalo of (ikUhehui, v.111 re
ceive ecalcd I, I, In at their nffleta In the
Central 1 1 lull erhool building. In the City
o( Tulaa. Oklahuiua, up until l:iht u clock
!. Hi., Mondiiy, Nuieiulier Stli, I9J0, for
the furnlahlni; ot all iiMierlala, and per.
fiirmnnce ut all labor -nnd the cnmpleilon
of the work in the erection nt nn addi
tion tu the Central IIIkIi .School bulldlnc.
In the Cliy nt Tulaa. Dklnholun In lie
entirely or In part aa iliatKliated by it
blank form ot hid furnlslietl ror same.
All to he In accordance with plana and
apecKlcatloua which can be obtained ut the
& Per cent nf the Hinmntl nf uurh ki.i n
enter Into a contract eatlsfjctiiry to said
Hoard of lMucatlon and thru atiornev
I'oia ua Kuarnnieo mat tne bldiler wilt
ami that lie will furnish bonds as re-
tiilred by them and the law. ef the stale
Hald Hoard nf lMucatlon reserves the
right In reject any or all bids,
T11K HOAUD OF KDKCATION,
II. O. M'CLUHK.
QKOMacCt'ltir, Secretary I,r"nt
tl'tibllshed" in "tne Tuiaa OalTy' IVond" Oc
tohsr 2- 3- 4- 6- . 7- 1- !) 10- U- 12- 13-
ii." i '..c'.,": " :- " -""i
world I'jhliahlng Cunipany. 1'iibilehers.,
TUB CIIAIlTF.lt OF TUB CITV OF TULSA
HTATi: OF OKLAHOMA
A proposed amendment to the Char
ler of the City of Tulsa. Oklahoma,
fol Ihe purpose of giving to ex lit City
Ihe right to exercise Jurl.lh.ie n over
all property owned or coit-olied by
eald City whether with or without
the limits thereof, amending para
graph Number Fourteen ill, of Sec
tion tlie 1 51 of Article Tw i3 of
raid Charter, providing for the calling
of a special election for the purpose of
voting up. n such amendnio.-it; and de
i taring an ei...-eni-
WHKHKAS. Th. Ii.oitd of Commissioners
ef the City ol Tulsa. Oklahoma, Is desirous
ef sl'bnutllng tn the qualltled electors of
m i.ny ni a special elertijn tn be held
tn said City the nueallen of the adoption
or rejection of Ihe following amendme'nt
In the Chirttr of said city of Tulsa, Ok
lahoma, aa hereinafter set forth.
now THF.nnroiiK, m; it ukkolv-
HIi HV T11K HOAUD OF -'OMMIHl
SliiNKtlS OF VHU CITY OF TU1.SA.
HKCTION 1. Thai Ihe Hoird of Ci m
mlBidunere of said City of Tills hereby
adopts and approves the followlia- nmend-
of nM Clly for approval or .election as
ey i.vt require,i. First That Paragraph
suinber Fourteen ill) uf flection I'll. ,5)
ef Article Two i2i -of said Charter t
amended to read as follows.
14. "TheClty or Tuie.1 shall have
jurisdiction nver all places within
Five tfii mllsa of the corporate limits
of the said Clly for the enforcement
uf all health and quarantine regula.
tlnna of said City, provide.! that slid
Clly of Tulsa shall have and exercise
Jurisdiction oer alt lands owned or
controlled by It outside of th- limits
nf said City to the same extent Hut It
has over land owned by It within said
City limits "
".HUM . ill ecie ur pans or acts
In conflict with Ihe provisions of this
amendment arfc hereby repealed That tne
Mayor of said City be, and be Is hereby
uinnrtieti ani uirectea to issue a pro
clamation calling a special election whl"h
eald proclamation snail be publlshtd In
the Tulsa Dally World for Tcu U5) con.
riniv Imiik tlnreof. th puhllrailon in
tm at lt Tn tlO) .ly ttfer the datt
wprtn wnirn n metion nmu ncm.
Tht an tmttKmty aiilitu for th pr
yrvatlon of thn nuhlln health. walfArit ana
1'. "11. ??b."nJ -or. 'MJ"'.0
menitnifnt thall tVe ffct and t In
""i furi-e from ami stter Ita nrprov.il
f.'i'! ',",VI?I hltb' .UZ",'1 ,.'.0.mT.1""
iTi""" 1 21L .0'.I",!l.."V.,'i,".',.',."
""inn i.m'1 lu.i'i ir'i'iitr'i ny iw, iii-
ficatian by vui nf ihe (iuHtl.'l -lector
'or iui, ny iw troian,
5l,."ffpt?"l (,!,', Uover,lor ot u"
ADoi'TlIO "'n.1 ih. emem.ncy elaua
ruifii upon nepiiratf ly ana approved in:a
" a'y ot H'Ptemher. 1 10.
j'TKOVKI) thla :i nay of 8n.teinrr.
w. the linder.l.fne.1 ennailttltlng th.
I.Kllllie authority nf the City of Tula,
Oklahoma, to wit The Mayor anil Hoard
' ''oininllnnra of the nt, of Tulai, duly
,ml iiillfll and aftln,.
, ,uh,rrlh. nur namea to the above and
forenoina propod amendment te the
r''ner of the city of Tuiea, propoaed hy
. IV'-rSSli ?f!.!.V!rJ,'r. ".'..fl1- "L1:
of Tulaa ly reeolutlon to the nuatllled elec
tota of the rity of 'rul for approval and
by publication tor Twenty-One til) con.
terullve llmea In the Tulaa Dally Worl.li
we alanlna aa auch llnanl of Commission
era, dupllsatn coplea ot auch propoaed
W1TNK8S oor handa thla J3lh day of
T. 1J. KVANa.
o. a RTF.tNr.n,
fltreeta and Publlo Property Commla
elone C. H VOL'NKMAN.
Waterworka and Sewerage Commit
lmer J. M ADKISON.
Commlaloner of Pollco and Fire.
It. F. Ni:VIit.OCK.
Commlaoner of Finance and rtevenua.
illlH. FItANK PKAMAN,
I'ltANK i:. DUNCAN.
. City Attorney'
to tiii: sToritiKii.iip.ui or tub
Tl'KSA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION!
The aiimiitl meeting of th atockholdrra
ef the Tula lloapltat aaaoclatlon will be
held nt the Tulai lloipltul, 752 Weat Filth
i.n, i inree ociok p. in. nt the la:
Ciy cf November, 1920. At aald meeting, a
Hoard of nirrctora for the enaulng year
will be elected and Ihe conalder.Hlon of
I buelneaa affairs of the Institution.
l- ' "liiii'Bll. Hocretaty.
Tulaa, Okla.. Oct. 19. U20.
(I'ubllahed In The Tulaa Pally Vorl3. oo.
tnher i, 3. t, 6, , 7. , . 10. 11. 12. 13. H.
It, is, 17. 1, 19, 20, 21 and 22. 1920, World
rubllahlns niiipany, l'uhllrhera.)
rllB CIlAltTF.H OF Till', CITY OF Tl'I.SA.
hl'ATF, OF OKLAHOMA,
A propoaed amendment to the Char
ter of the City of Tulaa by adding to
aid Charier an AHTlCI.fJ to be known
and rteelunated aa AIIT1CLK 13,
W ATKIl COMMISSION" being an amend
ment to the Charter nf the City of
Tulwi, creating, establishing and provid
ing for a "WATKIl COMMISSION"! de
fining In iienrral terina Ita rights, pow
ers, and dutlea, pruvidlng lor the call.
Ing nf a peclal election for the purpna
of voting upon such amendment, re.
reallng alt acts or parte of acta In con
flict with this amendment, and declar
ing an emergency.
WHKItKAH, The Leglalatlve authority ot
the tlty of Tulaa, being the Mayor and
C un inlssloners of aald Clly. are desirous
nf lllit.illl In tr . 11.. n..l(.,-j . .
i J h tlty "f Tulsa an amendment to the
uuiicr ui s.-im iuy aa a Dove rererred
to and hereinafter set out for their ap
proval or rejection at a special election
therefor to he called by the aald Mayor
ami lunimltslonera In manner andform by
law required, and declaring an emergency.
NOW, THIlllKFOIti:, UK If Hi;.
tiOLVKI) 1IY Till! HOAHD OF COM.
MISSIONKIIS OK THE CITY OF
SECTION 1. There la hereby created a
'WATKIl COMMISSION" conalVtlng of
five (t) qualified electors of aha City of
rulsa, whose tights, powtra, and dutlea
hall ne us herein provided.
bi?cS".TI.ON' , Ttl' WATKIl COMMI.1.
BION" herein mentlined shall conalat of
fj ') inembers, one nf whom shall be
the WATKIl WOK K8 AND SKWKItAOU
COMMIKSIONKIl provided for In the Char
ter -alio shall he ex-offlcln chairman and
member of aald "WATKIl COMMISSION.'
and Four (I) other inembera who shall be
elected and serve a term of Four (I) years
from and alter their election, except js
HKCTION 3. The qualification of a
member of such "WATKIl COMMISSION"
shall be that such member is ap. actual
bona-flde resident of the Clly of Tulsa,
SI'.. .'J ". elector nd freeholder tnureof.
ShcriON 4. ImmedUtely upon the
Jdoptlon of this amendment to the Char
ter of the City ot Tulaa by the qualified
electors thereof, and Its approval by the
Oovernor of the State of Oklahoma, the
Mayor of the city of Tulaa shall nomlnue.
and the Lommlaalonera confirm, Four (4)
qualified electors of the City or Tulsa
pni.esslng the qualifications provided In
.... .intendment, who .together with the
WATKUWOItKH AND HKWKllAOK
COMMI.SSIONKU" of .alit Clt?. .hill con
V.'.lHJf1?.'1 be ""I "WATKIl COM-
MLSMIO.N". and, the said Four (4) mem
bera. when so nominated and confirmed,
ahall hold office until the election and
qualification of their aucceesora.
HKCTION S. At the regular Clly. Klec
Hon of the City of Tulsa on the First
Tuesday In April. 1922. there shall be
elected I-our (II free-holdera and quali
fied electors ef a.ild City ot Tulsa as
members of said "WATKIl COMMISSION
whose term of office shall be as follows
Two (2) memhera for Two (2) years, and
Two (2) ineiubera fir Four (t) years, and
biennially thereafter there ahall be circled 1
in i.j lueiuocra ror u tern, of Four (4)
HKCTION . In the event nf a vecanc.
In said "WATK't COMMISSION" by ret.,
ton of the death, realgnatlnn or removal
of any members th-reof, tho Mayor and
Commissioners of the city of Tulsa shall
fill such vacancy by appointment and co.i
Urination, provided, such appointment and
confirmation shall only be 11 the next
I ner'" .f ,lvC'10r- ,' T!.'!''". ":
J """' . L nny.' 'i'U hT. tu?1 ltln
. i Li ,Ti .11 "..!.,- '"""
1 Si r.': a rv-r'Ki'nx, iV..r.'L ,.,.":'!'
I HKCTION i. Kxcept us otherwise pro.
vldeil herein, Ihe members of said "wi.
TKH COMMISSION" .nail be nominated
and elected aa prnvlded by Ihe laws of
the Mate of Oklahoma and the Cnarter
and Ordinances of tho Clly of Tulsa. nd,
the Hist Prlmaiy Klection and Ilegulai
Klectlnu hereunder shall bo held In the
year 122 at the aalur time, plan, ant
manner' as the (leneral City Primary Klei
tlin and Itegular Klertlnn for Olflceia oi
the City of Tulaa. and biennially tne.eafte.
there shall be elected In the same manner
inembera of said WATKIl COMMISSION'
as crowded heie'n.
HKi-TION . At any rrlili'y Klec'.ba
heriln proilded lor. an) candidate foe a
inemler ot the '.VATl'.e, COMMlHSIilN"
may have Ilia nalee placed utun thi pri
mary billot by filing wllh the Clly Au
ditor ot least Ten ,:1 days be'ore said
Pijmary K ei Hon. hla request to be placet)
upon said ballot, provided, said request
must be accompanied by a potltlon direclej
to said candidate and signed hy i,it le.a
than one Hundred 1100) qualified vote s
nf said Cliy of Tulsa leiiuestlng that l.e
become a i-indldate. nnd. provided fur
ther, that ut any Primary I'ler-tlnn ...!
flenei.il Klection held hereunder, such PM
mary ballot and auch rteneral Kiectlon
ballot shall deslrnnto the term (or whii Ii
such petitioner Is a candidate. ,id. pro
vldrd further, that i :vli request filed with
the city Auditor shall desicnt th in,.
,'nr which the peiltlnnei Is h candidate;
Pfo-ldeJ further, thai In the event le.s
ihi i Tin 12) candidate shall file thqi
re-iuel and petition to be placed upon .ho
Primary Klection Ticket aa herein rro.
vlde.l thi newly ilecicd and quallflel
Vsvor and Cnnunlssloners Immediately
aflei being Indurien Into office shall tioni
Inale nnd confirm a free holder and q-ial-Ifl.d
elector as herein provided, to fin any
varjtiiy In the "WATKIl COMMISSION"
frotti any cause whatsoever.
SUCTION 0. It shall be the duty of tli
Clly Auditor to preparu a separate Primary
Ha tot unit General Klectton ballot for Ihe
elc lion nf membtra nf tho "WATKIl
COMMISSION' and tn arrtnge tie narnt"
nf the candidates f. r each term ne mem
ber of Hie "WATfclt COMMISSION." in
alphabetical order without any deilgna.
Hon, Insignia nr davlco cf any kind or
rhorncter, political or otherwise! except
that said ballot sh ill be hraderf by the
"WATKU COMyihSIOl) II ALLOT"
and thereunner 'he words
"FOUR YKAIl TIDe'
"TWU YEAH TKItM"
"WAT-ilt COMMISSION HALLO T"
and thereunder the words
"FOl'H YBAIl. TKHM"
"TWO VKAII TKHM"
aa shall apply; aad, ill ballots cut for
members of lha "iVATfirt COMMISSION''
ithall he rtepih'ied In separate ballot bote.
HKCTION S', Al any Primary l'.lee.llt
held hereunder, except as herln provided,
each Voter shall he entitled to vole for not
mcr than Two (i) candidates for the Four
(4)year term provided, thai In the event
of an election In fill a vacancy, each voter
shall he entitled lo vote for nol more lian
One fl) candidate for each vacancy In 1,4.
Ililot, and the Four (I) candidates receiv
ing Ihe highest number nt Miles for the
Four (4) year term, and the Two (J; can
dllstes receiving the highest number of
volea for each vacancy. If any, shali be
deemed nominated and their names placed
upon the separate "WATKIl COMMISSION
HALLO T" at the regular City Klection as
nerein provided, no tanuinaie ror a mem
ber nf the "WA TKH COMMISSION" shall
be entlUed tn have his name placed upon
the Itegular Klection "Water Commission"
Hallnt unless ho shall have been nominated
tn the Primary Ki. tlon as herein pro
SECTION II It shall be the duty of
mo oiiicere cnargea wun tne ntiiy or nx
Ing the voting pla es In tha City of Tulsa
for Clly Primary Klcctlona and City ftegu.
lar Klectlons. tn. In lllie manner, fix the
same voting plarea for "WATKU COM
MISSION" elections held hereunder
HKCTION 1 Tho "WATKIl COMMIfl.
HION" herein shall have and exercise full,
complete and exclusive rights, powers, nnd
duties In the doing and performing ut all
and every of the things In he done and
performed In Ihe conatriictlnn, operation
and maintenance of the water system ur
systems n fthe Clt yof Tulsa, and, the ac
quiring nt real estate by purchase, con
demnation Proceedings, itoutllon. bequest,
lease, ar oilier legal method nf ncqulsltlnn
necessary and proper for the construction,
operation and maintenance nf such water
system or systems! provided, that In ell
mailers requiring artlnti at law nn the
r,ert nt tho City of Tulsa, such action al
aw shall be Instituted, prosecuted, and
carried nn In Ihe name of (nt City ot Tulsa
by lt officers as by law prmlded.
HKCTION 13. The "WATKIl COMMIS
BION" shall have the power tn appoint
and employ Superintendents, Managers,
Knglneers, a Secretary, and such other em
ptnyees as may he required In Ihe Jls
charge nf their rights, powers, and dn'.les
as herein defined, and necesa.iry and Incl.
dent thereto, and may fix their cotnpene
Hon, lime and manner of payment anl
make provisions therefor.
HKCTION 14, The members nf the
'".VATKIl COMMISSION" as herein pro
vided, except tlio ex-itfflclo member of
such "WATKIl COMMISSION." shall each
reqeive ror their services as members of
the "WATKIl COMMISSION" the aura of
One (1100) Dollar per annum, and their
actum expenses incured in tne performance
of their duties ns memhera of the
WATKIl COMMISSION;" prnvlded, fur
ther, that the px-offlclo member nf the
"WATKIl COMMISSION" ahall receive his
actual expenses In Ihe performance of du
ties ss member of auch "WATKIl COM
MISSION." HKCTION 15. The "WATER OOMMIS-
HION" shall have power to secure offices
for such "WATKIl COMMISSION and
provide fortho equipment and maintenance
SECTION IS. Members of the "WATKIl
COMMISSION," whether appointive or
elective, shall be subject tn the provisions
nf Article Ten (10) of the Charter of the
Clly of Tulsa, designated a "recall' of
r.lectlve Officers." and shall be subject
to recall In the sent manner under Ihe
rame conditions nnd upon the same terms
ns inerein provided.
SECTION 17. All moneys received by,
for, and o naccount of thi water depart-
nent and water systems nt the City nf
Tulsa from any and all sources may be
used by the "WATKIl COMMISSION" for
I lie purposes nerein defined- provided, tri.it
money derived from the aal? of bonds shall
be used only fnr tho purposes for which
said bonds were authorized ; and, pro
vided, further, thai alll expenditures ot
the "WATKU COMMISSION" sha 11 bo
paid only from moneys received by. for
and on account nf the water derartment
ami water afsteni nf the Clly of Tulsa.
HKCTION 18. All moneva received bv.
for and on account of the water system
systems of the City of Tulsa shall be de
posited with the City of Tulsa the same ns
other funds belonging to said City.
SUCTION 19. No money shall be ex
pended nr poJd out for nny purpose what
soever for and on account n fthe water
system of thn City ot Tulsa except upon
Itemised statement presented tu and ap
proved by the "WATKIl COMMISSION"
at ii regular meeting thereof,.and the same
approved by the chairman and Attested
by the Secretary of the "WATKIl COM
MISSION" and, when filed with tho Cltv
Auditor, the City Auditor shall Issue check
or warrant for the same.
HKCTION 20. The WATKIl COMMIS
SION" shall hold such regular and special
tneetlags ns may be fixed by the "WATK I
COMMISSION" provided that said
"WA'rKHl.COJIMlSSION" must hod not
less than oirewregulnr meeting each inonth.
and Three (JJ members c such "WATKU
COMMISSION" shall constitute a quorum
tor the transactlu nor business: and, pro
vided further, nu official action of the
WATKIl COMMISSION shall be vo Id and
binding unless such official action slial.
have received tho affirmative vote of a
majority of the inembera nf tho "WATKU
COMMISSION" and nn member of the
WATK It COMMISSION" ahMI be ent ttee
ta vote unless present In person and voting
at the tlmo such official action Is voted
hi:i;tiu.n si. Tne "watijii commis
sion" shall make detailed report to the
Mayor and ltnard of Commissioners
through the oflfco of tho City Auditor on
or before the 10th of each month, af their
doings tor the prior month
HKCTION 23. The V. ATKIl COMMIS
SION" shall make and file with the City
Auditor of the Clly nf Tuls on or before
the First day of July of each year, a full
and complete Inventory In detail, of all
property, real and personal, owned, leased,
occupied or used hy or lor the wuter do
part and water systems of the City of
SKCTIOfj 21. The members of tlw
"WATKIl COMMISSION" shall at the tlmo
of Ihaliv qualifying as members thereof,
file wlthlhe city Auditor of the City ot
Tulsa a surety bund In the'sum of Twenty.
Five Thousand (125,000.00) Pollara condi
tioned upon the faithful performance nf
the dutlesas members of such "WATKIl
SKCTION 21. All nets nf parts of acts
In conflict vilth the provisions of this
amendment are hereby repealed.
Thai the Mnynr nf said City be, and he
Is hereby authorized and directed lo Issue a
reclamation calling a special election
which said proclamation shall be pub
llrhed In ihe Tulsn Dally World for Ten
(10) ronsuiMitlve issues theren f, the puhl..
cation lo te at least Ten (10) days before
the date upon which said election shall ba
That nn emergency exlat- for tbe preser
vation of the public health, welfare and
safety nf the Inhabitants fo said City ot
Tulsa, by reason whereof this proposed
amendment shall take effect nnd be In full
force from nnd nfter Ita approval and
adoption by the Hoard of Commissioners
of the City of Tulsn, publication In man
ner and form required by law. ratification
by vote rf the qualified electoia of aald
city uf Tulaa, as by law provided, and ap
proval by the Oovernor of Iho State of
Okinhoma. ADOPTKI. and the emergency clause
ruled upon separately and approved thla
21 day of September, 1130
APFHOVKD this 25 day of Hoptember.
We, the undersigned, constituting the
legislative authority of the City of Tulsa.
Oklahoma, to wt The Mayer and Hoard
ci i-ammiseioners oi tne I'tty of TulJa.
duly and regularly elected, qualified and
acting, dnsubacrlbenur names to the above
nu inrcgnitiB- iiroposeii ainendnieil t tot h a
Charter ot tho city of Tulsa, proposed by
tbe aald Legislative authority of the City
and foregoing proposed amendment I,, th
nf Tulsa by resolution tn the qualified ales.
una oi tne i uy oi -juisa ror approval, and
by publication for Twenty. One (21) con
secutive time In the Tulsa Dally World,
we, signing as such Hoard et Cnmmla.
sinners, duplicate coplea of such proposed
WITNKHS our hands this 21th day of
T. D. BVANS, Maor.
O. A. HTKlNKtl.
Streets and Public Property
C. S. YOl'NKMAN,
Waterworks and Sewerage
J. M. ADKISON.
Commissioner n( police and Fire.
II. F. NKWHLOCIC. .
Commissioner uf Finance
Attest- JUIS. FJIANK HIUMAN.
Aprrosedi FUANIC B. DUNCAN,
(Published In Tuls.i . Dativ World. October
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vember t-und 2i.d, iJfO. The World
Publishing Company. Publishers.)
OIIDINANCK Nf). 20H.
An Ordinance lo apportion, levy and
assess special taxes In payment of the
coal of constructing a sarrttary sewer
In RF.WF.Il DISTIUCT NO, 170 In the.
City of Tulsa, as created and t.Ub.
Ilshed by Ordinance No. 2078 and de
daring an emergency,
WIIJJIIAS, In pursuance of the provisions
nf the Charter nf the City of Tusa. Okta
homa, and the statutes nf the State nf Ok.
lahnma. for such esses made ami pro
vided. the said City of Tulsa did by Ordi
nance No. 20H create and establish
after tuvlng declared It neceasary to con-j
Hl'UM'n niB-en ice- xilt tf . ... . -
struct sewers in id M , ;
NUMIIKIl 1J0. by the ,.
Ordinance No J07J, j,j ,
tf June, 1920. let 1 r "
Company, contraetnr. a ,
tor the constriction .r a , e
sewer In HF.WKH DlSli i
WIIKHAS. In pursuare, ,
constructed a tertaln s.r .
HISWKK DISTIUCT M i,n ,
work under said cnt.a
lepied and approved ly f a
and the Hoard nf t on, , ,
Clly nf Tulsa, and.
WIlKltAS, In further t
statutes of the Slxte .ft,,
said, anil under the terv s ,
of the said City of T ,' ,
Is deemed neceatoirv by t' . i
inlssloners of the Cltv ,f j
seess a special lax up, t
In assessment In -a t -i
.NUMIIKIl 170. by reas, ',
Hon ot said sewer and i
WHKIIAS. the tot.,1 c
ulril tlon nf said ,r .
niSTIUCT NUMIIKIl ijr
have been ascertained a,
idared lo be Ihe sum of I
which la to be levied 1
m-n'e ac.itmt the lm - nt t
benefited by the cn-tr , i
In said SKWKIl DISlltp .
WltnilKAH. all leral re,
been compiled with to n.t'
uf Ihe nsee.sments ngse .t
parcels ef land so liable f
innstructlnn nf said scwrr i
DISTIUCT NUMIIKIl t; , i,
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hereinafter specified ln !-e t ri I n ?!
Ordinance. 4 01
NOW, THKIIKt'OIiF. Ilr 1' i-nAIver,
,iiy tiii: iio.viti) of , r ' i ,J
OF TUB CITY OF ;i riiv"'
HOMAl ' UKU'
SKCTION 1: That the-. , b. ...
th-rc Is hereby npporti nr i t d lt..1
upon nnd as-essed ngu, -i i, ," '
lots and parcels nf land In . ernreJ
DISTIUCT NUMIIKIl 1,0 t. , .. co, ,!
Tulsa, Oklahoma, so ben f., -' ), .:;
construction of said sewn a. a ... ., ..
' ',e aiiio-tfiti
to pay for the construction of i,i ,,.
the amounts respective! us f.i, . ' .'
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nr.t;iiurs z: inai tne as.r..m....
hereby levied on each of the a' ove tin
Honed lots and parcels ot l.md a.-s hum;
declared to be a Hen upon su, n lota sol
parcels of lantl tn tho same event in ether
taxes and shall be colic ted and mforoM
In the sama manner as ('hr taxes In ant
for the City vt Tulsa. Okial u.i.o, are cot.
SKCTION !: That all as--.--.t-U h.r..
by levied shnll be divided tr. three in
equal annual Installments - n itMrlt'4
by said Statutes of the State f it ah' nt
for such cases made and r d f-it
the assessments shall bear In', e-t it tti
rate of eight (I) per cnt per a ' ,- par
able annually nt the time of " e r;-mni
or tho several Installments of "le n,i ii.
scssments. from the date ot tho tikinc tl-
lect ot tnis ordinance, mat t- e r r t iv
stallment of said nssesfmen't tnrtth'r
with the accrued Interest on the drf.rrtl
insianmenin snail ne payable on ins ilia
t'ay ot December, 1921, and the remxlaiif
aererreu instaiimenis wun the yesny Is-
ttrest nn tun unpaid lnxnnmr-.i hi ti
payable on the 15th day of Dr -embtr. oi
each succeeding year until all .lull n
I'rovniea. However, mat any or m owi.
crs of the lots or parcels of land S3 at.
scssed may at any time during the fotr
(4) consecutive weeM following tne oar
the first publication of this nrillm-e-t par
lo the city Auditor or tne city of tu:u.
Ihe full amount of Ihe aesessments st Itr.
l-d against their said lots uml par-rla -(
and and thereby release run propenr .
fiom the Hen of such assessmr . s
SKCTION 4: That thla ordinance ihlll
be published for twenty-nine conrceutlrt
days. In the Tula Dally World, a ntc
paper published ln Tulsa, Ok'ahoms, that
the publication of Oils ordinance sa ra
nutred by law shall btT taken and retard!
as sufficient notice to all persons tntfmtrt
In the assessmenta hereby levied by t!a
terms or tins ordinance.
SKCTION 5! That a I ord nsncei er
ipnrta nf ordinances In conflict !th tha
I revisions of this ordinance, insofar aa tu-ra
conflict exists, are hereby repealed
SKCTION t: That an emerger y exhti
for the preservation of tho public health
and safety, and by reason whereof una or
dinance shall take effect from ad after
Its uassxee. nnnroval and nubllrx'lcn.
I'ASSKD, and the omergtney c suae ru'aJ
upon separately and approved this 1st A'!
cf October. 1920.
APPIIOVKD, this 1st day of Oeloter.
T. I). BVANS. Mayor. I
MftS. I'UANK SKAMAN,
FH ANK K. DUNCAN,
Il'ubllshed In tne Tulsa Dally vVsrtd Oc
tobei 2- 3- 4- 5- - 7- s- 9- 10- II 12- Il
ia. 15. 1C. 17. 1. 13- 20- 21 snil
1920 World Publishing Company. rut-
TUB CIIAIITKH OF TUB CIT OF TULH
8TATB OF OKLAHOMA.
A prnpeaed amendment to t). chtr
ter of the City of Tulsa by sinking out
a yd repealing all ot I'.racrap Oct
(I). Paragraph Two (2). Parsf'arl
Three (3), of Section Six 'C 'Ids
Two (2). and adopting and ens 'ln
In lieu thereof, tho followlns 'o be
knonn and designated as Parsgrspli
One (1). Paragraph Two i2 l'af
graph Thrco (3). of Secilon Six ill.
Article Two (2). of the Charter of IM
City of Tulsa, provided, that 'b CI'J
of Tulaa shah nave tne right and
power to acquire, own. operate ana
maintain, within or without the 'Of
porate llmlta of the City of Tulas.
real estate for sites nnd rights of r
for public utility and public, park puf
WHKHKAS, Tho Legislative au'b irlly ot
tho City of Tulsa, being the Mar M
Commissioners of said Clt. arc .Seelrouj
of submitting to tlio qualified c 11",,.!
the Clly f Tulsa nn alnen'lmen' ' 1 l"'
rti.e.. nf unld f-ltv as ubae , ' '-''t '!
.. ". i I...." .... .i, , ,rval
Mlltl IIVIl-. lltll.Cl UM. ..I..
oe r.l.pilnn nt ia .necl-il elect 1 i ' erflii
to bo called by tho said Ma " a ,1
mlssloners In n.anner ami I '
required, and declaring nn ,
NIjW TIIKIIKFUIIK IlK 1
VKD HY TUB 1IOAHD F ' I'S'
SIONKHS OF TUB CITY "F 1 1
That the Hoard nf Commls-.!, o.r
..m .i... n. fi.i.- . -..w.u ....... . un-1
Tulaa ai a special election
,,,J , n",7, ' i,i u
Ity of Tu'sa. as by law e "'",
,,. i Id r.
!ho JU'dflad electors of .aid '
I ?or -h'lr PIroval or rcj.-
lowing amendments to the l
City ef Tulsa, to-wlt mat a-', " '
ef Article Two (21. of the Char-er
City of Tulsa be amended by si ,
repealing and annulling uu
rit-.. Ill I'lMirinh Two I?' Is ''.
Three 1. of said Hertf'n Si
Article Tvo (2 1. of -il.i '
stld Clly ,of Tulsa, and ndnrHnis '
acting In hen thereof In ir.ann-i
requlrwt by ta-v. the follow lug an-"
lo the Charter of the city ' V"
amendment, when adopted I - '
and aMHljriinte.l as Paragraph
il'arugraph Two (2), 1'irag'aph I "
ler Heet on H I (l. arurie
the Charter ef Die 'Ity of Till
and figures aa fullo-is, to wn
1. "The City of '"tilea shsll ha '"'
"right, and power to acuui--- "w" ,
"operate and maintain wi b n
"without the corporate limit; ' ;e
"City of Tulsa, real estate f " ,.
"and rhvhta of way for jiut.li ' ' ' ,
"and public park purposes ar."
"Ihe location thereon nf r ',.
"systems electric power p'ams - - t,
"Plants, hospitals, quarantine ata'i
"cemeUrles, work-hoursa, P'
"houses, garbage, trash 'V3''' '
"ductlon plants, tranaporfatUn ""' .,
.. .-.i ..,Hn. tnrm sswsrs
"and pumping plnnta, sani'srv
"ers and disposal systems trai r
"linn systems, street jnllway '- "
telephone systems, teleg'sph a
"terns, pipe lines., wire lines an
"cendullr, eer Lues and ai in"-,,
"for the transmission and Iran.
"tlon of caa. water, sewerogs '
"hage, fuel. ne, freight
-.,7. V.i line, for the iransais'. n
"and transportation of electrl-- V I
"water-power n'r rower and ,
nnd. for any P "-' ' .1