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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, NOV. 12, 1920.
News of Sapulpa
CLEVER CON MAN
Maiming to Represent
Man Visits Banks.
( Kill I TM World,
SAI'U.l'A. Okln., Nov. 11. A
man clulmlnc lo lio n representative
ef the Htipulpn HlBh School Athletic
iMOClatl n, U nlk'Kcil to lmvo visited
tjnk In the city find nskod for do
Mtlond to the niMorlntlon'n treasury,
hlch h rliilmed wan almost with
out fundi". Ho had tn h In prnwefl
ilon n lwt lf names of perHOiia who
lud R' n him donatlonH, nnd head
ing this list wan tho ituporlntnn
dtpt of s hools name , J. It. liar
tj It i believed that thu man's
Ucfa to lira! hanks nutted him
fW H Thla man has not boon
125 ra- In District Court.
There Is to bo more than 126 rases
on the district court docket this
tfrm, aerordlnK to Ihnlly Crousn,
dfputv in tho court clerk's office,
who Is new making out this docket.
It h.m ieen snmo time, slnco a civil
ttrm In district court has been held.
nd the rws have been aBJirerratlnK
until more than 125 cases arc. on the
docket. Civil court Is to convene
on November 28, and In to continue
for threo weeks.
Arrested Tor Stealing Car.
Oral Itarncs, wanted hero on a
fhnrirc ef steallnc n car from Hoy
AlforJ of tlil city, In September, Is
to bjj brought hern tonlfrht by do
tfjr enry dray, who loft this morn
ait for Fort Smith, Ark. Harnen
wi arrested at Fort Smith several
dy nr.o on an Information from
fihen a .Vow Trial.
C 13. Itntllff, whlto man, charged
with rnntMnt robberv, was tried In
tho superior court yesterday. na
Itff was charged with robbing n
man nnmed J, S. Lnwson, In the
Addition The Jtirv after hearing
the testimony, deliberated from B
oclnck vesternny arternoon until
noon todav, the foreman nnnounced
that tho Jury could not enmo to a
dfdslnn. Itntllff will be Given n
hearing at Ilrlstow and later drought
h"re. Ho has been In tho countv
Joll slnco thut time. Thu taso was
H'-heduled to bo tried this Week, but
was continued until Monday.
Schools Ohscro ArmlMleo Day.
Armistice day exercises were held
In all tho schools of tho city today.
Patriotic songs werisun and renro
Hcntlves of tho KhviuiW and Itotary
clubs, Atrtcrlcan Legion and other
organizations were present, llepre
flcntatlves of the Daughters of the
American llovolullon, tho Ladles'
Auxiliary anil U. I). C!. also iittnti''"!
Thoy mado short talk to tho cliil
drun and emphasized tho signi
ficance of this day, Tho United
Patriotic societies of tho city pre
Hnted to each school Hevcral copies
of "America's Creed," and these
wero beautifully framed.
Chief of IWIIpo Rlr-fc.
Chl "f Tollcn ,IneV WNdom is
vory 111 and hns not ben able to bo
on dutv since last Frldav.
Cr-ek rnuntv marriage licenses
mid toilsv wer: Beisls Auston.
11, and Everett Tollman 21. both of
Fnpulpa John Morgan 1!) nnd HM
tl iilptBlns, IS, both'of nrlstow: Joo
I1'snnn, 21 of Rnnulpa nnd I.uey
Patterihlt. IS of West Tiia Jim
ltolc, n of Pndn nnd Ilrtlllo Oard
enr, 18 nf ICnllnvllle: Th"mns M
Mnndv, 55 of Tulsa, and Mrs. Msg
Rl A Svnert 4!) of Sannlna: Melvln
I'nMns, 21 of Pushing and Inn Lee
Moore, 20 of Drumrlght,
Itiirm l'npl'r One Day,
ARDMOKK, Nov. ly. Ono of tho
novel features of th observance of
Armistice day here was tho taking
ovor by tho Ardtnoro post of tho
American Legion of Tho Ardmnrlte,
a dally publication Which was to
publish a special Armistice day crfl-
.I.... artlnll. Ailltitil finil !4UP1 ItV
iombers or the local post. Mcm-
Ol IIIO il'Klull TMi ivvn uiu
entire paper from "d'-vll" to tho
editor's chair, all of which were to
contrlbuo the news nnd advertlnlng
copy to today's publication. Another
part of the prouram In luded a
parade by members of tho disband
ed Carter .county homo guaids.
droits Man Seeks Mother.
PONCA CITY. Okla.. Nov. 10.--Tho
fact that an Oklahoma Cltyan,
g'vlng tho name or -uoiumoia lira
Deb,"' Is supposed to havo a mother
living on n farm near Ponca City ,
camo to light today through n, want
nd.'lnsertcd In a local paper. The
mothers former singo or ui,
name was "Hultana." and tho two
hnvo been separated for 17 years.
Tho writer lins learned that tho
mother married nnd settled on a
tarni near un ou , .
sought through the want ad columns. '
Columbia Ilon Deb adds that tho ,
mother will bo Ucllgnicu 10 cu i
narno as "she has been trying to lo
cato mo in every way."
I,a7cnhy to Servo Time.
Hplal to Thj WnrM.
(J' ll Ml 1 "A I 111, ......
criminal court of appeals today af
firmed tho fontenro of four years In
tho penitentiary Imposed on II.
I7enby. for manslaughter. UxiaxUiT
nnnonimi thn caso from the John-
ston county district court.
Lazenby killed Will Davis on a
farm east of Tishomingo May 7,
1917, It was brought out at tho trial,
becauso of an alleged attack on Loz
cnby's wife. Tho wives of Davis nnd
Lnzenby wero sisters. Lazcnby's
plea was Insanity.
Uy. Asnrltf J Vttm Ktl Wirt.
FAHtl'AND, Nov. 11. An old
fashioned after-election rally was
pulled off hero Saturday night whei
boys and girls with cowbells nnd
other Instruments of nolso paraded
the streets, and soverul nutos, wr.h
"floats amKrcd lights wero followed
by a truok bearing a box labelled
"Loaguo of Nations," and this woh
followed by tho democratic donkey.
Dan Tsnkerslv, a contractor of
this rltv has filed' suit ngalnst the
board nf enuntv commissioners for
the sum of J5.217.00 for tho build
Inu nf a srhTiol house nt District
43, TinikTslv alleges that thn com
mtsInnrs pngngod him to hnlld the
school house and that hn furnished
sti. rf tho bullying material used in
tho house, whl'h amounted to 8,
817 Hn nl)egs further, that nart
of tills was paid to him, leaving n
hahne. of 5 217 nnd that this has
boon disallowed him. Tho commis
sioners state thern are no funds In
the treasury to nnv htm rvlth.
Hod Ctobs M'octs,
An Impor'ant meeting of tho lied
Crnn vss held last night at tho Rcjl
Cross service stattnn with reprcsen
ttves from nil health departments
and organizations In tho county
present. Thero were also ropresen
tavtles from ovory church In tho city
and from all civic organizations.
Tho meeting was hold to form a
eountv h-alth organization that will
b affllllated with tho stato body,
pincers of tho year woro elected as
Ullows: L. J. nurt. president and
S.-S. J. it. Miller, aocrotary.
Wants Money From Attorney.
M. L. Matson has filed a suit In
filstrlct court against Ell L. Ail
Mro for J1.775 and alleges that he
acted as attorney for Admlro and
collected money for him from Lou
Ma and tnat Admlro owes him
"00 for collecting this money, nnd
has refused to pay him.
Mnrder Case Continued.
' " Wright, of Ilrlstow. charged
Mth murder. Is to o tried In su
perior court here on Monday. The
murder occurred last July, nnd
lgnt wna ctypn a proiiminary
UniU'iider Thoii.ala Iovcniaklng
Match Iookcd T.lko n l'rcc-for-
CHICAGO, Nov. ::. Sentiment In
a sn'oon has Its urawoscKs, iwo m
wh ch aro bartendorfl and patrol
Miss Jcsslo Oordon and MIrs Kva
D, Urown, nged 23 and 21. and J.ohn
J. Davis, of Kansas City, Mo nro
thn principals of a case In point.
Thev recontly opened with Lieuten
ants Lu'os and Carrlck a discussion
of Just how close ardent love may
ropomhlo a fight. I
"Ho tried to mnko love toils," del
clared one of tho young ladles,
aftor their nrrcst by I'ollcoman
Haves and Anderson In a downtown
"Thov wero fighting." declared the
bartender who was on duty nt the
tlmo. "It was a three-cornered
mill, nnd It looked like, they would
wreck the place,"
Miss Oordon said that she and
Miss Urown had been nutomoblllng
with Davis and threo other men
who left thorn earlier in the evening.
Thoy wero d-lnklng in a booth rCK
tho time Davis Is said to have made ,
amorous advances. The nlrls re
sented, with accompanying damage
to glassware about the) buffet,
FtYwIne In Sugar Ilolt.
NEW OTtLKANS, Nov. 11. Freer
Ing temperature for tho sugar and
trucking roglons of Louisiana and
Texas was predicted by Saturday
morning In n special warning Issued
lato today by Dr. I. M. Cllno. dis
trict" forecaster of tho local weather
A method, has been 4ovelopcd In
Kngland for so treating milk lu
foctod with bacilli with electricity
that It is rendered safo for human
Just What You Want in a
Holmes Clothes Shop knows that Suits and
Overcoats to compare with values shown here
will not be found in Tulsa at these prices
nor for a great deal more than these prices.
$28-65 $36-65 $44.65
Just spend a few moments of your time here
and you'll be of the same opinion.
Hoi mes Clothes Shop
223 SOUTH MAIN
"Built on value; growing on value" Constantly changing stocks
means a quick reflection of drops in market prices at Curtis Brown's
" E R VALUE
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Suits and Overcoats
The way to test a store today is by its values !
This store is, splendidly prepared for such a test and invites
tut; umus diuwii core mrives on comparison.
Diligence from the top to the bottom of this 25
man power organization 1b diioctly responsible
for the enviable position this store holds in Tulsa
Diligence on the part of the management led us
to believe months ago that prices must break
and we bought sparingly and accordingly until
the "breaks" came.
Then our buyers took cash and went into the
marketa and by the utmost diligence found val
ues which we have proved are unmatchable
Diligence on your part in testing comparative
values before buying will prove that the Curtis
Brown Store provides BETTER VALUES at the
lowest known retail prices.
$85, $875 Kuppenheimer $
$90 - $95 Custom Tailored Suits, at
When you come in here expect to ico the finest nil-wool fabrics and the
hiehest priced tailoring you ever law. These suits wcrenctunlly $85 to
$95 here and land only knows how much more "just as good" suits were
' $40, $45, $50i Suits
The value of these suits is repre
sented by tho original prices. The
fabrics are all wool ; tho Btyles su
perb. Now they arc
$55, $60,$65 Suits
You would hardly expect such
great values as you'll find here
now at $44. It isn't much to pay
for a good Buit that is worth up
$70, $75, $80 Suits
Modeled by Kuppenheimer for
port designers, worked by skilled
tnllorn ami mnrto of thn flnrnt wnolunn.
Thcso nro rrrat vuluos tho brut you
can find anywhere'
$80 and $85
iiSS'l! !!! t The Same Tailoring You Expect in Garments Costing.round $100
' $50 to $55
$3H Isn't much to iny for
owrvonti thut solil ho rt'Ornt
ly nt S50 nml 15. You can
now nffoitl to buy; they uro
$60 to $65
Yon buy ovoroontu for
ivuniilh, Htylo nnd funlcc.
Yon enn't find Krrntcr wlwi.
Hon nor better value Uum
$90 to $95
Tho nowcKt anil Kinartrat
iikmIcU, tho rlchcHt fnbrlat
ami trcavm) tho moit varied
Hhoolnic of Ixuutiful patUrrnn
100 to $110
Mnny men unn't wenr nny
I hi air but tho nt. No ninn
will UUM nf iytnir 7(l for
ono of tliexo cfitw. Thry were
$100 nnd $110; how
Jliefo Held Con In nro nnrm, They have to bo,
7tie nlMe pell lining Kunrunlcoi thnt. Hlu nnd
roomy, with nll-'round bell, larco fnr rollnr
and fur cuff, Morni hIcc.vo, line for Urhlnj;
and outdtKir wear. $85 wn 0 Iirlou; lutw re
(luctil to ,
A nrw iirle cloth hroiiKht out limine the nr
mi (I illMtlmruMwd for IIh mcjitIiik iiikllt). ThH
rot Is riiblM-T lined then u (;o(mI phtld lliilni?
in ermented over lluil; double breiilwl K()le
luUf IxHt, niRlnn Nleetin; comeo In IlKht tun
and Cordoiun. ShicIhII' priori nt
Vassar High Grade Underwear at drastic Reductions
A Sale of
High Grade Shirts
Of ouriOU want the nn.ST
(Jilnn tut well )ih tJie lU'.ST value.
Wo hnvo It now. Seo tlieno $1
uud Sl.no dreKM shltm, of pj-r-(tile,
rords, printed nod woven
You'o often admired thoxo
SH.r.O liniorted iimilrnn clot hi
with neat mtln Ktrl)eM. We re
cently boiiKhl them and omo
beautiful Jersey KhlnH nt a low
price; e aro wlllnj; & A Qp
them the mini' ay . pyt,t0
IJirry limn IIUe nllk nhlrtr for
their beautiful patlcriiM anil for
Ihe Hllfy feel. Here are the new
cht loomed iIchIciih; worth a
month aKo SI.SU and Sir..
lilcachcd and ct-ru heavy ttnn rlblxil union kuIU,
hniMicd Imek; our refrfilar value; all tdirn from
84 to 10, minimi T-f frr
YnMdtr while, menfrirftl and IbJo hcarywclKlil rlblHl
KarmcntH; do luio ipuUlty roiluccI front
$7 rcRUlnr prlco to
Vaswir white and ecru henry Hih rlhlx-d Kr
iiienlfii also a natural wool heavy' weight (pr- (Uff Qr
inenl, reiluecd fnnu IS lo tbuUO
Paro wlrile silk anil flno wool heavy weight cnrmentK,
of mecllent (iialltl(M) pc(x-t flUliu; rediiciHl
from $11.(50 to
Vajvtar it.Tiie mcillum wclrht ribbed union mill; hUvn
St to IN. This U our retnilar II Kurment;
iww rt-duceil to
Natural wVxil ineilluni weight rlbbix! pinnents, alno
Vnwyir 8wb ribbed iinturnl wool union milt,
reduced from I7.2& to
Viwar whltliuid natural wool extra heavy SwImh rlblK-d
union null, 'rfe-l flltlnic nnd of'de luxo Qtp Af
quallly; formerly $9, now li)mQd
Viw-tr wlrfto Mlk nnd wool cxtrn heavy KwUs rlblxtl
itultn; Hie finest produeta of tho great Vaxxar mllln;
Ileautlful uotmit fabrlra inada
Into neat hat Mylcn, close rollluc
brtnu, HtlttH'd ill over, kIIIc
lined; many of Kllvertotie cloth.
Urbtlnal prlco $11.50 j Aff
now reduced to iPl.rO
Ilcninrknhlc hat vnluct In men's
and jouiu: iiieu'H uewcfit Into
winter hIvIch; umaller smart
Mhapes wllh close rolllui; brliiiM,
fcatuiini; Cordovan (Jp A
brown, at iptKlV
Doblw' Heavers the predomi
nating New York Inn for men.
Here In iuallty de hive $13.50
and sia vaiueri, in an coi col
Up to $2 eckwear at 95c
If you wLsh to mivo money If ypu arw n'klnc
the iitmoMt In uiliie. you'll mnko Inimedlnto
M'hctlon of Uicho marvcloiiH nei:klle!. r.cn
If you don't buy, ou Hhould Acquaint )oiin,elf
wllh the new market prices. TIicm) are canlly
Uiu Minrtvt nhfCH In town. None worth Uh
than $1,50; many lllio them fornurly Q(rt
miIiI at $2; niAv iOC
Tulsa's Livest Leading Men's Store
Gerunpe Crspe Gloves $3.45
You him) piobably uiu the price on cloves
thi fall. If )ou haw ou kmnv they nrt) hl;h.
We like to Kurprise you wllh values. Wo want
joii to mv tluu1 Mar Ciiwt Cordovan cnM
Klotra. I'erhai jou'll purclm.si at a peHal
trlce. rerhupH jou'll want two (JJQ Af?
pain, they aro (treat vnlucri; nt. . . . ipO.'xtl