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TULSA DAILY WOULD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920.
Ncws of Sajbilpa
THIEVES' RREY ON
Robbed Twice in 1 Week;
Gems and Clothing
Are Taken v
cam i.I'A. Oct. 21 Severn! .linn-
dred i I"' worth of Jewelry find
w..i.r nppnrcl ttitro atnlen l.iat
m a residence nt 417 South
wt r r't whllo thn )co)Io ro-
ridlnc urc, " ! Clllmoro nml W.
. i.f ,iml families, woro motorlnc.
iv w ri; summoned na soon uh
the JU e wn found to lmvo been
:.vi.i i w holn wn foiiiidN In u
rMr f rocn whflre the thieves Wl
niter, i nnd nt ono sldo of thrf
vmis tr,i KS or iin (luiu wt'ra iuuiiu.
Th- I't of nrtlclrn otolon wan
M f, 'i iw.1 Two wrist watchcit, five
bract U'' a fox fur plcco, two toilet
ts enc of Ivory and ma of, ullvcr,
ti'a cllvor bap.wltli u (silver top
tnd cue HUH oi ciouicn.
The people living nt Mm house
hva only been In the clly for n
jhert 'mm and this Is tho second
tlmo 'l'r house lifts- been robbed In
Its, than a week. Last Saturday
It v.i.i entered and ribbed. When
the pernio rnmn hero their car on
ht l'rlir.) trnrks was robbed nnd
many nrtlrles of furniture nnd o'thor
Yf '.enlay wna "dlvoreo day" In
dlitrli t court and flvo decrees were
Ifiucd by Judjre WrlKht. Minnie
Hoffman ncalnst John Tloffmnn, de
cree Rrnnted to defendant. Hoffman
rf!df) In Tulsa. Hlchnrd nankH
was ci'A'n a dli'orre from Ttobecca
lUnks. l!va Holmes Hoston was
ranted a dlvoreo from Adam llos
ton. Esther Ann Clinton wna
granted a dlvoreo from J. AV. Fabian.
Creek County MnrrlnKo Iilcc-tiM-H.
Marrlaco llcmses: J. V. Ilen
Jamln 49, and Mrs. Ethel Foster,
:6, rf Heyhurn; JcnnliiRH IJryan,
, and Goldle 11. Cook, 22, of Hrls
tow John M. I-atiKhlln, 29. of Clin-toni-l
and 'Pearl Lulu Doyle, 18,
of Wi hlta Fnlla, Texus; Fred K.
Mans, o, 26, Itrlstow, and Herrell
Dtlenn Ieo, 24, of Ilrtstrny; llny
rnond A. Norton. 40, and Olga Pfef
fer, 34, of Sapulpa.
homa nnd each tlmo wero released,
bo Uiey claimed.
" New llutliic.H IltilldliiK.
,A new bu.tlness building Is to bo
erected by II. U Wilson on Park
street between l.eo and Dewey ave
nues nnd probably will bo started
within 30 days. Contract today was
unnersiood to havo been accepted
for n brick building. The Central
Drill? company will occupy tho
ciiAS'i: roit HXPitnssT oitick.
Convonlence to Oil Mrn Who Wat In
Bpi rial to The. World.
PAWUl'SKA, Oct. II. With a
view to coming to tho reseuo of oil
opcrntors nnd Industrial plants In
Oklahoma, tho Pnwhuska Commer
cial flub lins conceived tho lden of
Installing In nil express rnrs n com
pact crano which, operated by tho
express messenger, will load nnd un
load consignments weighing up to
2,000 or 3,000 pounds.
Tho recent ruling of the American
Railway Express company ngnlnst
receiving consignments weighing
over 200 pounds, on tho grounds that
they are not cnulpDcd, cither In tho
cars or nt tho railroad stations, for
handling such packages, has worked
a hnrdshlp on many Institutions nnd
especially on oil operators In urgent
need of fishing tools which must
now bb brougt In cither by freight or
orl trucks from considerable dis
tances. Expert opinion haa been Fought by
the Commercial club nnd If tho plan
in deemed feaalble, tho Commercial
club will communicate with tho great
'rranc manufacturers of the east and
It la believed thaf'nt n nominal tout
nnd nt a minimum Ineonvenlcnco
theso cranes may bo Installed which
will hnndlo machinery weighing a
ton or more aH easily us 200-pound
shlpmen,ta nro now transported.
Commercial clubs In -.Oklahoma
City, Tulsa, Okmulgee, itartlesvlllc,
Ponca City nnd other points will bo
asked to co-opcrato with tho Com
mercial club In this movement when
U Is demonstrated that tho plan la
ASK REVISION OF
STATE GIN RATE
Reduction Sought Because
' of Cut in the Market'
llf AaMtclatrri I'rraa Plate Wire.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 21. The
stnto corporation rmnmUalnii this
afternoon wna requested by Oovornor
ftobertsoi- nnd John A. Whltohurtil,
l.retddcnl of the atutc, board of ngrl
1 1 tilturc, to revise rates chaiged by
I cotton glnnera becauao of tho do-
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i i i iiovu uitni ii ii v v . lutimii .-
'oii'inlrsliitf recently Issuejl an onlor
author'.Mng gint'ers to rcducd their
rates below Mio -10 conta permltUd
io far for 100 j.ounds of Meed cotton
The order announced that the com
mission would deal with gin rates In.
dlvlduatly In nttemptlng to rolso
them to mn t changed conditions iind
It invited farmers to mako com
plaint when they hihred glnnetn
wcie not reducing rules in reasonable
proportion to the new condition.
"I have not jet rc.Med tbi re-
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Whltelmrxt." wild Art I.. Walker, the
ehnlrmnn of the commission, to.
night "The commission has been
ut work on the ginning rate prob
lem for 10 dnva nnd wo are nnxlous
to solve It In a manner Mtlafaitury
to all tiartles."
Whltwhutst requested that tic bo
allowed to present data at n hear
ing Monday on 'the ginning into
()iH)ssl to Amendment n-,,
Fp('lfl! tn Th World.
PAWIIFHIIA, Oct. 21. Tho Pnw
huskn Cnmmetclal club has goim on
icwird an opposing amendment
known as section U-A, nrtlrlo 10. un
der which It la declared Osngo coun
ty V.II1 suffer to th extent of lf'l.-
000 In the dlaposltl
I'rlM'o' Fireman Injured.
Lewis McfJulre. Frisco fireman
ot Altom, Mo., was Injured last
night in the Frlaco yurds when
train No. 12 struck him. Ills kneo
caf on tho right leg wna badly
crunhcd and tho limb otherwise In
jured. Tho Injuries may causo him
to be a cripple forIUo. Ai ambu
lance rushed the' man o tho offices
ot tho Frisco surgeons, who stated
thy thought tho leg could be saved.
He waa later) taken to a hospital In
LI tic Cilrl Dies.
TJit Infant daughter of Mr. nnd
i:ra J Arduscr dicdNJast nlght.at
the h.me, CCS Oak s.troet.
T.d.e TocrUT! to Vort Sill.
Mel 3!u.-gcsi, city policeman, left
ttCa o- Fort S!!l, Okla., to Uiko
w3 dear -tera who iweo arrested
life Vhe men navl tho names of
WllUrm Lowry o; Henryettn and
Dtwcy Webb of Plc'ner. Tho iuen
hi.d deserted over a month ngo
from n enmp In Georgia. They wero
arrested na deserters nine times on
tlifir trip trom (Jeorgln to Okla-
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29
mvn aid 'ix) i)i:i'i:envi:s.
Ttet Crosa Nurses Will Visit SchooU
niul F.xninlnu Pnnlls.
Ppoclnl to The World,
PAWIIFSICA, Oct. 21. Tho Onago
chapter of the lied Crosa has ra
tabllshed new hcadquarteni In tho
Worten building. Spcclnl attention
ia being paid nil home service ac
tivities, soldiers nnd clvllnna relief
work nnd public health nursing be
ing prominent features. Two
nurses havo recently been added,
Miss Deasa Weaver nnd Miss Flora
Miss Weaver will visit nil nux
tltarlca of Osago county chnptora nnd
organize tho public health work.
Sim expects to go. Into tho schools
and examlno tho school children,
with tho aid of physloiaiifl, nnd
whervdr defectives are found to do
follow up work In tho homes. MlkH
Moreo will attend to tho public
A restroom for women is being
fixed up which will bo In chnrgo of
Mrs. Illlla Walker.
"That GOOD flour
lylAKESQOD PIE CRUST
Ask the Cook
They say that the proof of the pud
ding is in the eating, but the test of
the flour is in the baking.
Ask the cook. She knows "That
GOOD flour" HELIOTROPE of
old. It mixes right, the dough works
right and raises right. Then it bakes
right always the samemonth after
month. And the things she makes,
whether bread or pastries, smile at
her and invite even her tired appe
tite to the feast. '
"That COOD Flour"
Th Oklahoma City Mill CEIovotoi Company
An electrical method for the eco
nomical recovery of tin from scrap
tnetal baa been Invented by a French
niri'n:u iioads to nulaconkv.
Altfrnntlw l'roH.lltuii of 1'titllnff
.Motor Car on Midland.
&!' Il In Til- Wi.rld I
PAWIIfSK'A. Oct. 21, A delegn-'
linn insisting of W. M. Clark, chair
man of the good roads committee,
III. haul Khun, W. T. I.enhy. It. .1. ,
Hndth. C. F. Htunit, Martin Cnrrlker, i
Oeorge II. Mellott nnd W. T. l.ntnpe,
has buen appointed by the Pnwhuskn
Commercial Uub to meet with the
Nclaguiicy Commercial rlub nnd
(loud lt.mds association, Friday
night f"r tho purpoho of building
roads between Nelagoney and PAw- i
Tiaffli belweeii the two towns Iihb ,
siltreteil sieri'Iy dining tho past
winter a and the Commercial club lnis
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lit,,! ii I wu irinri-IK I I lllliliil i III liri l
in" .Miiiianii auey roan lor nie pur
pose of meeting all M. K. T. tralna,
A rumpniiy will probably be oigati
' laed to purchase this) ear and n com-
miiii n.-lating or A. N Jtilble. J.
A ti'i.iuM and W. W. (Irulitr haa
been np.nintid to ltivcNtlgHlu tho
matter with full pdwer to act.
Exclusive Columbia Artist
' October 25th
Under the Mnhngcmcnt of
Mrs. H. J. Hatiser
DARROW MUSIC CO.
Hear Ron Ponsellc, sensational tlrama
tic soprano of the New York Metropolitan
Opera Company, at this concert. ' Then
hear hcr'in your own home hy means of
her records made exclusively for Colli mhia.
Be rnire to attend this recital and note
the individual qualities of her voice,
which havti pleased so many people.
Then go to any Columbia dealer and ask.
him to let you play Ponselle's records on
the Columbia Grafonola.l
You'll find that her Columbia Records,
as played on the Columbia Grafonola,
reproduce exactly the same qualities
which delighted you at this recital. You
lear her sing again.
Columbia graphophone company, New York
1 TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT
Darrow Music Co. 510 S. Main
' Prices $1.00 to $3.00, Plus War Tax
DANttjh COMPANY X
account is a main
pillar in the Ijome.
It is the savings ac
count that 'founds the home. It is
the savings account that tides the
home over rough places, comes to
the rescue when the wage-earner
is out of work,- holds the, family to
gether, and gives security and
sweet sleep. We offer to you un
excelled facilities for saving in the
" Oklaho-m a's Largest Bank"
v Genuine Foreign
Frcm A. PESCHEL, Czocho - Slovakia,
cleared through New York Custom House
.$20 values, bought on our ncv lower
price level, special
$30 values, bought on our new lower $.50
price level, special
. Examine the silky feel and finish, exceptional
texture and length of fur. Brims properly
finished not thinly felted. Beauty of for
eign shades and coloring.
( Other Good Hats
$5.85, $6.85v$10 and $11.50
mrtfis jmv9u o,
Tulsa's Livest Leading Men's Store
YOU HAD A
At LOHO AS THIS
rCLLOW AND MAO
A ..lk, iif, Motblrg, h'.titr. .mlMptlt rU.f
for 8r. TVnxt. UWflr iwaUm TOMilklNt. A
Mull botU. c( Twill.. luU ltf tUo luoit
n, i. c,f .r. itic.L TOHinmt rdl.iti
Sor. Mouth ItoatMititi.
',. .rxl He, ItMplUI Sl, It All DruffUU.
THE TONSILINI COMTOMT. 0."1., OkU.
EASED AT OMCE BY THE
OLD RELIABLE REMEDY
ITS UOUID- QUICf. trFCCT,
The New, Way
PROMOTES THICK HAIR
Cuticura Soap shampooi precrded
try touches of Cuticura Ointment to
poU of dandruff, ltchin and irri
tation are rnoat succeatful. These
fragrant emollients save the hair,
clear the tkin and meet every want
of the toilet and bath.
m.wtvm. U.,y 1(1. Hd4i.il, .." 8divr.
wkw. Dm,B4. Ot.tol 16 ..4 to. TilfmBa,
To obtain the most desirable
effect from ornamental trees
The most beautiful nnd effective grounds are
only to be obtained thruRh the careful plan
ning of the landscape, the expert selection of
the proper trees or shrubbery, an,d correct plant
ing. The season for planting trees, roses and other
ornamental shrubbery will soon be upon us, and
we suggest that you use the services of our ex
perienced landscape men now to help you plan
locations for their planting. Or we will
plan the entire landscape for your grounds, ex
pertly selecting and planting the best specimens
of trees and shrubbery to afford your home the
most attractive setting.
We still have n very limited number of
evergreen trees for immediate planting.
E lrees & nams
Williams & Harvey Nurseries 1
614 South Main St.
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