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flJLSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1920.
A'eiira of Muskogee
"MISS ALICE" IS
BACK FROM VISIT
Returns From Post Elec
tion Trip Over State,
" 'MXHIE, .NOVi iv. .wish jiuvu
tioW ""' conKrcBSWomcti-eloct, ro
turnnl Friday 'rom a trip Ihiit ln
,dc several Oklahoma cities.
. ,u worth nil tho trounio una
nice election day Just to bo
. M'ttu thu pthor nlsht," she
They treated mo wonder-
. i rrwhcre, but Henryotta
. .. . uunir in Dm reitMitlon. 1
f Ann'MK Mlw Hoberlsoti's visitors
J., h,r i.ifctcrlti today wero Hert
r.'h.ndi' r, of Vlnltii, conurcssman-
ilKt. md W. M. (HIU) KliuniB. for-
near 1. . ighridcr und now chlof nt
he Kouta nt Vlnltu. ,Hotii tiro old
rcuubi n friends of flio only con-
Krc"-"a'' ul8lcncu a,m wu'1
V. W HustlnRS of Tahlcauah,
hom Miw Hobertson defeated for
ifourt" term, alto wan In town, but
K Is cdrestood that htl had Ills
lunch at a roxtnumnt not Jit a
unrd Hoy lr ScllltiR W. S. S.
U U Atkins, HS-ycnr-old boy, was
wf-fii.'-J with a personal letter from
President Wilson today at tho Men
ichoel in recocnltlon of U, taut
that he sold 15.000 worth of "War
flilnKn stumps durlnu ISIS moru
Jltutn any other boy In tho stuto of
lokiah 'iia. Tho presentation was
.tiado by Ernest Thompson Scton,
fornrriy chief of (ha Hcoutn and lorn?
in authority 011 birds, animals and
The letter frtmi thu nation's chief
tjeo'lvc has been delayed several
moniha because of tho president s 111
licntr. He expressed pleasuro at
the vunderful spirit of activity
luown by thu boy.
Sue nr HecovcryNOf JjenM.
IlcciU?e the Oladya-llellc Oil com-
,.n... 1 ... .witlfv litem of 11 250-
lurrel well and then boURht up their
share at far less than us real viinie,
Jt. C and St. L'pteffraff of Okmulh'ec,
in rpnnvtr their thirty-
bi y ou.tih - -
n-cond Interest in a leaeo near that
city. They sold It for J1.H00 hi n
the hate only had threo small wells.
1... 1- ....... tu.irtlt ninrn when tin.
fourth well cams In for 360 barrels.
they claim. They ask payment 01
tm.r shu.t of receipts unu recover
of part of the lease,
V.111' I 'ill lirilfi. Vftt'lMll.
A new Catholic parish has been
1 J I.. VTiiutnei... 'Pll.l IlL'W
church-called tho Church of the
JacNd Heart will taKO in an teiri
..... n Au, nt j.V..ltf ll ftlri'pt.
... J urn vi ...... . . . . . ........
L.il.. I.' Vnrwlnr flrlnler 01
a. 111:, ..1 ' -----
(loultry, OWIa., has liern called to
i .l' 1 ..1. II.. Ii.ia Imntl
mi me new ini..-.u.
i .iijli.li.. ..in fitf imi vnnrfi nml (lur-
Ins thu ar was ovcrwaa with tho
KnlBhts of Columbus. Kathcr llui-
hoff ofMuskogee, will bo to (Joul-
In 1,. I,. 1... Ilia unit' nrll'Ht'H tllUCC'
Loeatlon fpr 11 new church bulldlnB
has not yet been ilcciucu upon.
Autu Dealer Dies Vnmi I'lilhontliK,
AftiT an illness of thero days, O.
C. Hike, auto dealer, died Friday
mornlne of uremic poisoning. Ho
kuvia a widow und daughter, Kdna
tsed 0 A nhort funeral service was
cld at 5 o clock Friday evonlnc.
IUv. A. N. Hall offlclaUng.
tjllmr lli-liw N'l'l llv lllinlllOX.
StuskoBee labor union men wllj
ralsn ii &00 to hclo needy children
nd families this Christmas. Ixirgii
backets of BrocerleH and eackM of
coal are the principal benefits to
bo Blven out by tho working men.
Every branch of labor Is represented
m the donation list-
(VI, ...l l,.tl,n.llu1u lfnl.t lu.k,lllll.
Tho tenth annual session of tho
.Methodist Kplweopal churcu, houiu,
rnlnrnil Id l.nlnl. hdlil ill MUHkOCeO
IM week. Thu church, -tthlch 1
S.ild to bo GO years old, Hub a mum
hirudin ,.f ..Inun In 7(10 flllll It Nil II
ports 17 schools, a book flrm und
mvomI forelcu missions. Negro
nishop V. C. Cleaves to, presiding a'
tho conference sessions. '
Sneak Thief In Hotels.
Tho latest fad -hi hotels Is the
thief wiifi enters Buests' rooms und
liclps himself to valuables. J. T
Yanrr of Sluncic, Hid., was the
victim of a man who helped himself
to Yancey's black traveling hag
which contained most of his extra
cloihlre A iit-Bro suspect has boon
Police CVrnflwatn "Juke."
I'ol ten raided tho placo of
Miss i. ito Hansun, 31i Commorelal
ireu' und confiscated five bottlei
of Jamaica ginger. Miss Hanson
and iwu men, who gnvo their nnmeH
I.irK McCauley and Harry Now
ton, wpro arrested,
rails Admltlcil U CHIc ClulH.
clubs In Sluskogeu are iu.ui-
throw open their classlflca
i former service men. One
' representatives of thu scrv-
,,'u ,i,i.,ii,lrnllnuil Will llO lilt
li e n
f rarh of tho Hotary, Kl
Mid Hions chin If tliojilans,
kul out. Hy this means,
s of thn legion mid veteranit
a'lon hope to take n niotci
ait in civic affairs.
YOSEMITE GROWS IN FAVOR.
Thousand of Touiist Hrnui
i "ir i-i Hiir, wuio., .wii .1
o' I of .15,3611 persons oilloreuii
hi national purK uuiiuk
ar, according io inu oiuvmi
metit figures. This marks an
n .1..... Ann num. limt
" 'i iiiuiu limn i, vvw .
lf.ni. . mm,. ...l.lnl. In llw.ilf
ti ' Ji.il ui 0S,JQS, WIIUII in "
as a gain of over 100 per cent over
This year's figures are all the
more significant when It In realised
'"at the gasoline shortago of the
'imnier months decimated travel to
'nn uopular sumniur resorts of the
.That tho American public is trav
Ine innro thiiti ever before, desplto
ICreaspd trunuiwii-liitlnn I'.'itl'S Is 111-
i'JUted by tho bo per cent Increase
r- nvais irom oiner siaies
mis yrartt camp uurry biuiishco.
Workers Flocking to
state JicspoimQle for
, Surplm Sana Connolly
OKLAHOMA (MTV, Nov. 19. !
Hauile Ounnnlly, state labor com- 1
mlsslonei snld this afternoon that
unemployment compluined of In I
other p.irts of the country Inn I
reached Oklahoma. Although tho I
moor surplus Is not so lurco as to
uuiso suffrrlnK, widespread dlt
cimti'iif liu M.1I11 i, i...- ..... ......
Xlstrlir,. ileflliltcly (n tny ,,nrt,
i itiu mini',
"Tulsii and Muskoiten show tho
Kieiitest surplus of labor In thu
state, with Oklahoma City hohllnir
almost 11 balance between supply
mid demand," tho commissioner
mid.. "I ill) not think the surplus
Is so much tho result of laborers
beliii; laid off or work beln huh
.jienrted In Oklahoma ns It Is Iho
result nf workiits who were ills
charKud elsewhero comliiB hero
Peek to Start Probe
Into Price Situation
OICI.AHOS1A CITY. Nov 19. Ue-
clailng that ho lntendx to learn why
bakery products and meats have- not
followed the recent declines In wheat
and livestock, Herbert I'eek. IT. S.
Dlsirii t attorney, announced horo to-
day that ho will start an immediate
Investigation Into hrcail anil meat
priced throughout the wustern dis-
tiiet of Oklahoma over which ho has
lly Astuclatcd 1'rtM Slain Wlro,
KN1I), Okla., Nov, 19 .Marie
Fischer, John Fischer and Ora Lee,
charged with shoplifting were takim
Into custidy hero late yesterday by
officers, 'who wild they believed
they nan upproncnucti leaders or a
gang that had been operating hero
and In other cities for tho past sev-
HN'IU, Okla., Nov. 19. Sirs. Jacob
C. Itobortji. wifo of J. C. nobcrtB,
former attorney general for tho
stata of Oklahoma died hero nt 2:46
this afternoon after a lone Illness
caused by cancer of the tftomach.
Sirs. Itoburts was ono of the .pioneer
womtii of the statu and formerly
lived ntNJvlngflsher and Tulsa bcXoro
mailing r;nni ncr nome.
Wo have made a drastic cut
on all shirt prices (silks and
flannels excepted). Your
unrestricted choice of any
shirt in thetore, values up
to $6.50 at the remarkably
low price of
20 Off on Flannel Shirts
NO MDRF FARM
Approved Loans for 2 1-2
Millions on Hand,
s 1 1 '
Siieclal to Tin World.
OIC1.A1IO.MA CITY, .Nov. 10.
With moii tjian two and a half mil
lion dollars worth of approved loalirf
In the hands of thu laud officii ol
Oklahoma walling funds, tho secre
tary of tho land office today an
nounced that further application""
for loans to tht land office would
bo returned until such tlmo us
iiuoy conditions would permit cov
ering these applleull ns. Many ap
plications received late yesterday
occompanled with cuul ci'ititlcate 1
of chattel, were being mailed back
10 applicant today.
According to thp land commis
sioner, this is tin. first time In the
history of the Mate that thn land
office has been In position where It
Is unable to negotiate loans. Pre
vailing tlKhliicHH and unccrtulnlty of
stocks and bonds has affected all
money market, which In turn has
brought pressure on alt loan and
land companies In this state, the sec
retary wild. Loan companies are
refusing to let money out. und In
every Instance wheie posilble liutlst
on calling dun tiote.i which has
brought about an unusual rush on
Uie land office for aid.
It was Mid that so soon us I fie
approved'loans have been taken
cam of applications for uuw loans
wold bo received and negotiated
without delay, where uccompanled
by prescribed secutlty.
May Publish Affairs Hocords.
Hy AtKOi-Uti-d I'rcmi Htnto Wirt.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. 19. In
a letter to Governor Hobnrtsou
today, (Icorgn F. Clark, chairman of
the statu board of public nf fairs,
recommended that Hie board bo giv
en fund to publish n report of Its
financial transactions. Attached to
the letter wus an opinion from the
attorney general's office In which
It Ii hold that no appropriation now
Is available for silrh a report
Unequalled Values in
SUITS and OVERCOATS
Styliuh all wool Suits and Overcoats, tailored by some of America's foremost tailors at
prices that cannot bo duplicated in Tulsa. We are selling' these Suits and OvcrcoatB on
a closer margin of profit than ever before in our history.
It is a mistake to think that you have to pay $75 to $100 for a suit or overcoat in order
to get the right style and quality.
Come here today and inspect our lino at tho following prices:
These prices arc effective on both suits and overcoats all we ask is that you compare
them with the prices others are asking, Come in today and make your selection.
Men this is your opportun
ity to get a good hat at the
right price. Following is the
new price schedule:
$5.00 values now $3.05
HOLMES CLOTHES SHO
223 SOUTH MAIN
lUinoli ltivcr FMt
". ".SAPULPAN SUES
Sieclit 1,1 Tim Wiittit.
TAHtiKyLWH, n. 19 Mass
flhlns is said to be Very satis
factory at this time. Kcverul llsh
ermen who have been nut on the
bunks of thu Illinois river have
caught fine strltiRs of buss of r(hI
sUe. It used to be thought that
fish would not bite when the sum
mer feamn wim ended und rods
ami lines were told away until the
coming of next spring and summer
srnsous. Now. hnueu'l'. some of
the Huh list fishermen are those
who visit the i'l Irani when the
weather Is cold enough In make
the wearing of oveicnatH comfort
SQUARE AND COMPASS
Miimiiis lii V A M. Cnllcuc IViriu a
l riiternllj or Their Own
mid Hint' Cliibhouie.
H.i.cll to The World.
HTII.l.WATEIt, Nov. 19. Nine
teen Masons of the Oklahoma AktI
cultural and Menhnnlcal college liae
organlzeii the Kijimii! and CompuHo
club and are petitioning Acacia, a
national college Masonic fraternity.
The club 1 malntnli'lng a chapter
holism at 12R Huhbiiml strei't, which
was formerly ilccupli'd by the Oam
ma Chi ft.itcinll. It Is a ruling of
Hie Acacia fraternli that a chapter
house be inaliitalned for at leant om'
Thn cluh Is composed of li active
niembers, four of whom are faculty !
members. It also him four pl 'ilurs. '
There aru three shrluers, two knights
templar and four 32nd degree ma.
sons who aru members of thu cluh,
All other mumbcrs aro matter ma
sons. The membership roll of the cluh
Is as follows: William Downey,
president; J. T. (Irlmley, vlcn presi
denti Ilerl CoRbUrn. secretary;
Charles Hay Taylor, treasurer. Clyde
F. Howe, J. II. Caldwell, A. C Htur
gl, Hob Mukovsky, P. Ii. Martin. C.
K. H.mborn. A. D.iane, O. A. Hrlggs,
James D. Marktond, ltany A Tntiini
and I.. U Perry Tho pledges are
Philip .1. Ithoads, 15, F Moulo,
ThomsH Kltkpatrkk and Iloy
We have made a sweep
ing reduction of 20 on
our entire line of men'.",
high grade knit under
wear. This includes Cooper-Bennington,
Wilson Bros.' and other
nationally known brands.
Buy yours now while these
prices are in effect.
. . .$6.05
A'riyH of Sapulpa
Widow Claims New York
Company Refuses to
Sfrll(to The Wmlil
SAI'I'I.I'A, okl.i . Nn in nnn
Stages filed suit this ii,.mmi In
district coin t against t ? .New Yelk
I.IVi' Ilisurntico company fm the
sum of (1,000. She iiIIikih ih.it sue
Is the widow of Kdwiirds II fitaggs
i und that In June of 1919, lie Insured
1 his life with this rimpaii and paid
I them flS.DC uveiy fmn mmiilis for
this Insurance. In Slav t this yem
, he died mid although he hud fill-
filled all demands of Hi., eumpnuy
tiiev refuse to pay her the Insurance
so si. rhargi's.
Mini) Want Work,
lobs are petting scariei At least
that Is the report that Mrs. Mabel
Hametl liumnne officer slates,
There iV no emplnyment bureau In
iIiIh clly and people who i ome here.
who are 1 i k 1 1 r for work, inn oflen
In Mrs IIiinmoII
this nlimlng Hint nut
pm-siv fiir 'he last sl
frverti' iiri.ple have no1
a day ha i
( light hei
Sc Itmlid I
rho "Food - Drink" for All Accb.
Quick Lunch at Home, Office, and
Fountains. Ath for UORLICK'S.
toJAvo1d Imitations & Substitutes
.iKslstanee i giiiuiit . . . i K Thu
Mi. i prople are nnl piitii . tor illiolll
i hi' Kind nf work, inn n il do AM
Ihllig that Is offered them that' Is re- I
Miiiiii'iiithe, she furthei Mfslpii. ,n
iiiiiny iMnnen n men appl) for work.
Mis llassett n . 1 1 1 Munt nf Ihesr
w.mi'!i snt hiiHsowiii k but the
linn sre mMIimk I" in'' niiilhliiM
Wmk i , Kind i K'Uhig mm n
harder in find and It Is with dlfft
inli Hint pnsltloiis fur these pen-'
plr Hie r. Ml nil . Olten II is tierHHsai
fii tin luiuuiiie snilit tn help np
!' H hi Ii .111 be flMHIll f"r
Compleie December List Now on Sale
c it,. . a
4 Tk ,tfj)'
I Want to Know Wltora Toitl Went When lie
Said GooiIIit ......
Jinnk'Biila-Jtng.Jing I'tank Ciumit I A-3303
Nobody to Lovo Flunk Crutnil I $1.00
Drifting Along on a Dlua Lagoon . . Cunpbrll and Burri A-3302
On Miami Shore ...... (Tjinphrlt and lltltr $1.00
The Japanete Sandman . . . . NnnlUytii. ....
You'r Ju.t n. neauliul at Slaty at You W,r. . i i
at Sweet Sliteen NowIlaytiJ lm
ATalon from SinktJ Al lolton I A-2B03
Oldl'al, Why Don't You An.werW-7 . . Hftiry IlurrJ It. 00
Sweat Mamma (Papa'a Getting Mad) . . Marion llirrli I A-330O
I Told You So Matlou Hatrii $1.00
Uncle Joh at tka Dentlat'a C! Stewart anj Harry C. lirown -001
Uncle Joth and Aunt Nancy Put up the Kitchen V, lij
Stoto Cal Sttnatt ami Ada Ioni v ,'"u
Opera and Qoncert Music
Akla. O terra addio Roia I'nnielle
Kla Ma Again
Roaea of Memory . . .
Dreaming Alone in t!i? Twilight
New Proem Columbia Rec
ord, IndlvMmlly Imrected
Durable, dtllchtful. depend,
able, accurate In every detail.
With us monthly payments- or
lump surri Investments will not
you 9 exempt from taxation..
t'ndrr Htnto HupcrMon.
Wo solicit yr '? account.
Home Building &
(17 K. HohUm
iheni. Mis. Itassett said that an
Hiher iliflh oily she bail found was
tocalltiK places forj-'oplc to live.
Huh Clothing Mini'.
The Pit ik .t liaulu clothing stole
hi I)ewe street, was rubbed l.isi
taken. The theft wus reported
tin pniti e iint muring and It w"
hi hi i-il that tin shoes weia In a stunt:
ulnwt ease In fiont of the storr. The
link In thn rase was broken tind the
"lines rtumieil. This is the second i
i ..I. In rj of this Jtliut In Implicit here
wlihln the werk Hovrral days ago
Christmas Songs and Hymns
Holy Nlcht. re.t.ful Nlht (Silent Nltlit, list-
lowed Mi(ht) ....
Nstarath . 0rjr Srj(;lc:inil Calilniliiifitellir Quattfttf 1 A-0H19
1 ha Voice of the Ch(inei( Jic.ir brle
Yo OltUn YuUtlde llymni, Psit I.
Ye OltUn Yuletlde lljrmtu, I'mt II.
Chttilren's Toy March
Ilr tt Willi.m. ".V
LhCouldMakeltSo-I-oi.ttot - Art Ulckman'a Orcheitra
Jo Ne'Sala Pa PeSonif Koi-trnt . . The Happy 8U
My Little nimbo Down on the Damboo lata 'Hie Happy Etx
Thlnk of Me, Little Daddy-Medley One-iten
Wilbur biTcatmin'i Un Hatjd
"But" Medlty Fox-trot . . WJIbur Sntatman'i Jars Ilaad
Fair One Foa-trot
Gypty Moon Fon.trot .
That Moanln' Melody Foa-trot .
Hoie nf Ilabylon rox-trot . .
IlawalUn Twilight Medley Walla
On I'enaacola Uay Medley Walla
The Chlmea FoK-lfot . . .
Three O'ClocIc In the Morning .
anil Diarlet llarkelt
. Kota I'nnielle
I'oliah Dance Violin Solo
Selection., Part I.
Metropolitan Opera Home Orcheitra I A-8IG7
Selection!, Part II, $1.80
Metropolitan Opera Ilouie Orcheitra'
Meet Me on da Golden Shore
Harry ('. Ilrowne and Peerleii Quartette
Keap Tiioie GolJen Gatca Wide Open
Harry C. Browne and Peerleii Quartette
Tho Muiie Flo , . Columbia Miniature Orcheitra
Dialog for Four . . C'wvmbla Miniature Orcheitra
Ktude,Opiu 424No.3 (DehrR olumbh Minialuie Orcheitra
WalU In F. Flat (Schubert) and
Walla No. C (Koichat) . Columbia Miniature Orrhritra
That Naughty Wallr -Violin Solo Tddy Ibown
Ypur Eyea Mare Told Me So Violin Solo Ilddy Iirown
A'ui Columbia HttotJtvn Salt at mil Ctumhltt DtmUtt
tht 10th anl 20th ef Ecttr filtalh
coinir.iA r.AriioriioK( courKV, Ki vk
6 to 9l4
)faid on Savings!
No Taxes Stftte Super
Hrsources over 1900,000.00,
Tulna's oldest and largest say
ItigH imaoclatlon sojlclta your
Tulsa Union Loan &
8 r.(iht I'lftll SI, 0-5W4
H.i?rltniiK He n. in Wtur suire in
Dewey wn rubbed snd wt'rl lad it ?
suits and a lint were stolen, ,
Child llrcnks Arm.
The small daughter of Jli. and
Sirs. II II Portlier of East l.lm . i
street fell thli morning and lr4 i
her arm. The neVldetit happeifrd hi
Die Washington school Hi the mini..
Ifig recess. The child Whu plsjlng
and fell, tircukltiir tne l.nnn in
hei left ai-m
. Inline Gordon $1.00
sail (. olumhU Mrlur (Jiuctctlc I $1.00
ColiuntiU Sttllit Oiutlette l A .2093
CuluinbU EtclUr (Jmttctlei $1.00
I'tincc't Otilieitmi A-2990
I'ilnic' Otclicttui $1.00
Art Hldcman'i Orcheitra'
. Tfd Lewla' lara Hand
Ted Uwlt lau Hand
I'jul Jlieie Tro
. . Paul Jlirie Trio
. . Columbia Orlieitra
. . Columbia Orcheitra
. Columbia Spanlili Hand
Columbia Spanlili Orclieitra
up la t30Q
up to $3100
510 S. Main St.
I New ".YI.HV.M" Ilnscrcllp 1 .'
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