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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1020.
THAT IS QUESTION
Health Department and
1 k 0. Wallfe Bakers
1 ' Have Row.
, LABEL CANS 'HOG FEED'
Restauranters Take Hint
judge and. Create Tech
Williams Goes to Pen
foy a Year and a Day
for Chicken Stealing
O. Williams, n wlitto mnn ar
'rented. by the pnllco and charged
with stealing chicken) was sen
tenced to norvo ono year nnd one
day In tho mnto penitentiary by
JuiIrq llodmnnd H. (.'olo In ills
trlct court Wednesday, niter tho
prisoner liiul pleaded cuUty, lu
tho chnrco t hli arraignment
before Justice H. J. (!niy. I
Williams admitted ho stole
chickens (rum W. I.. iTholslnn.
1102 .South Hnckfort nvenue, and
11. II, llowe, 1103 South Outmy
avenue, tho nlRlit of October it'.,
nnd tho court p.lswid wittcncn m
each cane, tho term to run concurrently.
T WORK ON INCREASE
Morn OonHnlttrvi Apimlntcil
Help III Kmli'iiwir for llujsj
t Ilc'tort .Shows Acthlty.
At n mcetlnc of tho boy's work
committee of the Y. M. C. A. held
Tuesday noon nub-commlttces oil
several phases of tho work of the
department were appointed, Tho
rommlttf.' which will supervise tho
Prili hard and 15. Cunningham
, The i urnmlttee mi high school work
In cmitpiiHi'd of W A. Marquli.
thntrniHtt Itlelinnl llellbron, 1.. ('
Murray. K. W Itau. nnd I'red W.
. Insull. A cn-oprral.vo commltteo
to work In conjunction with t tin
linaril of director n( the bojti' homo
1 will be composed .f pr. S Murray
nnd lrrd 1. Ollci. I". W. M limit
was appointed chairman of a com
mlttee to work out n plan of co
opryifllon lu tho work for colored
Tlio report for the month of
for nil activities There v.-re ii
hoyw who leclwd plininl r
nnilnitloiiN nnd cnrolliyt in th
physlcnl Clausen, IK personal .In
terviews on vuilmm matter per
work for employed hoys will ho October of the woik of tho boyti'
composed of It, II. Clalo. chnlrnian, department shows h total attend
r. W. Day. II. 1). Murdoch:, t. M nun- In the bulldum uf S.102 llila
What is ihc olfferencc between
rfcBc a"l hog feed?
The il'v health department con
i, thr -e Is ""no so fnr ns the up-I.aiiL-,
aid contents nro concened.
52"".l,n? the Kansas City waffle
V ' m mm contend that whllo
iJre tr.ty no distinction between the
X lh'-'r,li "Hor feed" painted
v n rh.iv-i. cans removes the con-
r'-t, fr. m the Jurisdiction of the
.u. hei'th department nnd gives
ihtm tl r'Kbt and prlvllcRe to dl
bom of tl.e K.rlaK as .they sec fit.
liiilue's Hint Taken.
f the cntlntr houic tiro.
action of h. city birltaRo collector
..,.,1 .over il weeks aim ntralnsf the
rlf arm In allowing tho city
L.t.. i"tor to haul their r.ar-
baire an.i t ceausc they wanted It
to freil l ' ,tlr own boK. To estab
lish the'r claim of priority they
mt Into the district court nnd ob
tained an Injunction nnalnst tho
tltv. The uise camo to trial ,on
November S. when .IiiiIro Owen
Owon ill'snived tho Injunction and
ruled that the city has the right to
eollect or depose of garbaKe ns pro
riicd by " dlnance. At the same
drat the Judge Intimated that If tho
the cans were labeled "hog feed,"
the city might not be nblo to exer
cise ! ordained authority.
" So the rutins house owners took
his advice, plarlngftthn labels on
the cans. I'ndaunted, tho city
health department continued to
haul the garbage over their protests.
On Wednesday the owners refused
to allow the RarbaRe collector to
empty their cans. Tho name morn
lr,t V. W Hlshop, C, W, llphop,
Raymond Hell. H. K. Jewett nnd
llarry powers, all tnturostcd In the
waffle houses, wero placed Under
arrcut, and released on J50 bond's,
for appearance In municipal ifourt
Want Another Test.
The five men havo declared they
-n til make mother test case that
II they are convicted In municipal
court they will appeal to the dlstrlui
court to prevent the cty from Inter
fering with their plans of RarbaRe
dkposal. V I.. I.onR, chief sanitary
lnp?ctor for tho city, asserted Wed.
nuday that tho city health depart
W"it It wIIIIiir that such procedure
be taken' so there may bo no met
doubt of Its nuthorlt
Ixinj and Dr. I.. C. Presso.i, city
tupertntenilent of health, contend
inn caroace ny any otner name
would have the same appearance
nnd odor that garbaRe Is RarbaRe
regardlesH of any special deslRiia-i
Hon It might carry, and that the
city has the sanio prlvilfgo to collect
so-called "hotr feed" hat It has to
collect plain, ordinary Rnrb.ige.
Ko, In tho words of a fanvjltf
Reneral, "II will bo foiiRht out alone
IhlM lino ,lf It takes all winter."
IHr HrlilRi' Near I'oinpletlmi,
Spfflul In T!i WoiM.
1IOUJKNVIU.K, Nov. 10. Tho
steel brldRc across tlu1 Canadl.u.
liver at I'alvln will be ready lot
use about tho first of January. This
bildRo will bo of untold benefit tt
th s part of the state, and will In
mre a flrst-clas1 road cast and Wea,
through, tho ttatt.
HOW TO GET RID
' OF CATARRH
A Simple. Safe, IncxiHMislvb Method
Tlmt Churs Out the Head, .Vom
There Is no disease more offensive
or disagreeable or no dlsenso that
will lead to as much serious trouble
ns catarrh. You can now net rid of II
by a simple, safe, pteiytant home
remedy discovered by DrWllosscr, n
Dr. UlosHor's Ileme'dy Is composed
of medicinal herbs, flowers nnd her
rlo.t( -which you smoke In n dalnfy
plpo or clgaret. Tho smoke-vnpor Is
Inhaled Into the air paKsages of the
head, nose, throat and hinRM. It eon
tains no eubebs or tobacco nnd may
be used by women and children ns
well us men.
This medicated smoke carries
medicine where sprays, douches and
olntmentH cannot possibly reach." Its
effect Is soothlnR and healing nnd
Is entirely harmless..
If you aro a sufferer from catarrh,
asthma, catarrhal deafness or sub
ject to sudden colds, you should try
this ltemcdy without delay. Send
ten cents (coin or stamps) to The:
Ulosscr Co., -112 Ml), Atlanta, da.,
and yo( will receive by return mall
a trial ipackaRC containing somo'nf
this Remedy made Into clRarets. also
somo of. the powder and a neat little
tnlnlng to boy's life were held and
i'S ItitcrvloHH with parent, about
their hojs. ,
To help meet the liecils of Sun
dnv soIiooIh for tenchem and oth, t
orgnnlrntlons for capable leaders C I .
boytV Rroups, tlje i bas set up i i
lenilershlp training rorps. The ilnn
win include a vigormiH eampaigti in i
discover, enlist and tinln no nd'
qitato number of men lu lead t "M
' ItOlM I A M Hlrnej
Funeral Dire, tor rholit; i'.''.t!i
9131 M?1 H.iiitn Main AM
i i-eses atlil serve risen here In Work
among bos as the nerd arlsoM.
During October, if, boy wete
pel-mailed to unite with some
Inn eh or Sunday s. hool Twelve
hnii weio placed In wane earning
positions. There were flu boys'
1 1: in ot gnnired tut e ror mpioou
iichnol The ' i membershii of
these clubs N 3 The number of
msmberw of it,. hoys' dHparlinenl
N'uvomher i. .is ((0,
inn nnd u.i fur bois nMrndln' fr:iin jht
'I do and 1 1 1 tit Aid Stolen. ,
A spore tre anil rim weio stolen
fr:itn the ri ,i of Dr. M. It. t.evliie's
n p'lrK' l in front f In- n'shb in e,
A tl mini 1 and yrkl"ii. Hbout i itd
nighl Monday night, nori rdlng to
report mmla tn the police yesicdiiy
by Doctor Utne. Nelghbiri re
ported time ihey had m-en two men
lu thr vlelntty about It evinrk.
i mi fin an i n ! rti in
St .MftiJnnlmi 11th
C . 'Vv linger ti
Let us not forgejt, the world-wide tnthusi
asm and joy which marked this day two years
ago. Let us not forget those whose efforts
made possible one of' the greatest achievement
It symbolizes the incpnqucrable jpowcr of
right and human ideals and should be a day of
solemn inspiration to every American.
Om MoLo U Kourl
Store Closed at Noon Today
Howard Snnford, ivlgr
l'liimo ii-iitc no is
The Vandever Store closes at noon today
Armistice day Shop early.
Thursday Is the Thirty -
Fourth Day of the Re
Watch, Cluck nnd .li'Mclry Itc-
pairing Work (.uai.iiilii'il
Kyi i'xi:n ,i,l r.l.isscs -rrcitly
fitted by III (I. II. Muddbe
tjll, Opt . :rlst
The pi'lres are right, for It Is at
John tho Hlng Man's Plieo. Ill
South Huston Ave. 1 blocks
south of I'rlin o st.itum. Yrs, we
I ix mi Kin in or hwih.i w.ui ih . j
duction of '20 on
I ADAMS MOIOIl HAI.llH ( O. I
1 BOO n. Main. Hmus" 1)1111 I
More' Price Revisions
Involving Bqery Garment in Our
Boys' and Children's Department
Beginning Today Wc Offer
Hart Schaffnef & Marx Suits and
Overcoats for Bous
Sampeck Suits and Overcoats for Boys
Wearpledge Suits -Overcoats for Boys
This is your opportunity to clothe your boy Now at a groat saving.
All Our Novelty Suits or
All Our Finest Overcoats for
Off Regular Price
All Children's Wash Suits
. All Children's Hats
All Beaver and Velour Hals
20rb Off Regular Price
All Bogs' and Children's Knee Pauls
Including all our Duchess Knickerbocker for Hoys and all
Corduroy Knoe Pants.
' 20 Off Regular Price
All Boys' Undenvearincluding Duofold
and Munsingwear, 10 off Regular
All Boys' Pajamas and Night Gowns, all Chil
dren's Sleeping Garments, 10 7c off Regular
All Boys' and Children's Leather Coats 10 Off Regular Prices
These reductions mean a reat savingJo you; We advise early buying. Now is the time to
nu.ke your selections, while assortments are at their best.
On Main at Fourth
WORK, but don't
worry. Buy on very
easy payments an
AETNA LIFE IN
COME for yourself
beginning at 60.
ATNA Life Insurance CO.
lemdcw no aents. Prone
Osafe9 105 for apftMrotfita
With us monthly payments or
Jump sum investments will net
you 9 eximpt from taxation..
Under Stnto Suiwrvlslon.
Wc solicit your account.
Home Building &
20 off on all Silks, Woolens, Linings, Ging-1
hams and Percales, Outings and all Wash
Goods, Blankets, Comforts, Bags, Hosiery
every kind, Women's Suits, Women's Coats,
Furs, Silk Underwear, Shoes for Women and
Children, Outing Gowns, Children's Ging-,
ham t Dresses and' Women's House Dresses
6 to 9l4
Paid on Savings!
No Taxes State' Super
vision KrsourceH over J300, ndt) 00
TuIs.V oldest and lawst sav
IriRH association solleltti your
Tulsa Union Loan
E tl7 S iWMton
CI 1 5
H ICast l lflli St-
San I'Yancisco Limited
" Kansas City
Ar. San Francisco
" Los Angeles
Lv. San Francisco
" Los Angeles
Ar. Kansas City
Important Change of Time
NOVEMBER 14, 1920
will leino for nartlcs- pmt fr
v I 1 1 17 Independence,
Clianute, Ottawa, Kun- iuJ
will nrrho from ICiiiwih
City. Ottawa, ( li.tniiic
I'or Informntlon, Kate or ltfi'nullons coll
J. S. ROLLMAN, City Pass. Ascnt
J'Ikiiio OfjiKo ri'Jiu
Tut a, Ol.lu