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title: 'The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, December 06, 1920, FINAL EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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l'ULSA D-i-fLY WOKLL), MONDAY, tECEMT,i-m T02O.
CHARGES PLOT TO
A Criminal Conspiracy to
Drive Price of Products
Way Below Cost'
STOCK GAMBLERS HIT
Speaker Says Return of Hail
roads to Private Control
(ilK'AOO, Doc- S. Charge Hint
then. i "criminal conspiracy' to
jrtvc iljwn tlin prison of f.inn prod
ucti m.i below tlio i:oit of produc
tion .' i'l unrnliis Hint uiiIosh con
Vtn iKc ste.jiH to thwart (IiIh "con
ilur ' tunny bnlikn will fall anil
Uli will miffor r.o much n.i the
(arinf weru ln.ido loulKlit by lien
iamn Mnroh. director of leKbdutlDli
p( !'' I'arnn'i'H National muncll, in
m niMri'iM beforo tho Chicago l'ed
ir.ui n of Wilier.
"llio criminal eotinpnu;y to ilrlv
Jou i Uli' lirlccM of farm proiluntn li
Dial' jomiblo by tho fait that the
rlrnu :h were rcturncil to the ntuu
tamMern of Wall Mreot anil that Hiu
fcdrr.il ri-Horvn nymi'iii now In con
trolled by tho blj: predatory financial
htcpMH," said Mr. Marsh.
Tin) financial lntertH23,000
.... nr nap i nr. nun.nnn.nro
u de'tmilncd to crush tho farmers
is they am to crush iaiior.
"To moot tho present nltuntlon,
fonio ortfiuilziitlon llltu tho I 'lilted
Jiatra riruln corporation hhoulil ho
erKamzed, hut It must hu controlled
) relirenetitntlvos of orcanlzod
Mrmcrri, orcaiilzed labor, woiiiuii'h
ercinUailonH nnil of tho unofKunUod
rubll anil not by an elevator ootn
llne or mlller'B trust. U could pay
rhf.rt growers tho built lino com of
reduction and control wheat prutl
ict rlKht through to tho consumer."
Mr Marsh loft for lndlanapoll
late tonight to attend tho American
farm bureau federation meeting.
A TIGWTO A "FINISH'
rnlKil Minn Workers to "Co to .Mat"
With Coal OtH'iutort. of .Mubuiiiii
and Wot Virginia.
I.VDIANAl'OI.IS, linl., Doc. C
The frilled Mine Workers' of .Amer
ica plan to carry on a trtiusfflo with
tho coal operators of Alabama and
Mingo county, Vot Virginia, "to u
finish," H.ild a Htatemcnt Issued hero
tunlfcht by the union officials.
According to the statement, tho
miners International board ban
uuanlmoubly adopted a declaration,
promising the Alabama and West
VIr(dr...t miners "tho full mornl and
!lnanc.al iimint.into of the interna
The declaration adopted by tlio
board criticised the Wert VlrglnU
governor foV calling out federal
troops .mil nsrtorted that If ho wern
truthful to his oath of office hu
would disarm private detectives,
who, it was saffl, are employed by
the operators Regarding the Ala
bama situation, tho declaration sib'
"' Is ituostlonablo whether tho poo
Dips of Armenia, whose suffering
Save shocked tho world, are In any
worse rlrcumstanres than the op.
pressed mlno workers of Alabama,"
OFFICERS GET COMMISSIONS
Announce Iti-Mills of October Cxumr
Inatlons In Regular Army,
MWSIIl.VC.TON. Doc. '.The war
department announces the following
appointments of Oklahomans as
commissioned officers In the regular
army, tho results of examlnatins
held in October In nccordanco with
the congressional act of Juno 4,
William Henry Houston. Fort
Iieno, captain, veterinary corps,
Charles Robert Hall. McAlester. cap
tain, field artillery; John Reynolds,
Hucklns hotel, Oklahoma City, sec
end lieutenant, field nrtlllery: nmer
Warren Miller, fisfi South Oak street,
hapitlpa, i-econd lieutenant, const
nrtlllery, Kred Durln, Law ton, first
, I''',l!t,fcrm,lt Infantry: Allen Sheldon
Willis, cicronlmo, first lieutenant,
School Kids Will Tell How
To Improve Tulsa's Health
Ono hundred dollars in ensh prizes
will bo awariled to Tulsa i-chool chil
dren writing tho best essays on "Tho
Importance of a Health Campaign
to Tulsa and How to Conduct It,"
by tho Cllpson Cleaning works. The
first prize of $2f, will bo .awarded
to the stud- nt In nny class writing
the best essay, and prizes of $10, 15,
nml I2.r0 will be awarded fur tho
nrm, seconil and thlid best essays
in each of four classes of students,
In designating the elases, class 1
will Include all the high school slu
dents of tho Junior and senior oatH
class 2, all Junior high s'hool stu
dents, class 3, students of the -sixth
and r-evonth grade-: and class I,
students of the third, fourth and
To .Malic TuImi Healthier.
Rules governing tho contest are as
l'apl rs must be marked lu which
class the contestant is competing, as
well an name anil address.
This contest will be (ondui't"d bv
Supt. of Kchnols K. 10. Oborhnltzor,
and papers should be turned In to
him before January 20. I!i21. l'rlze
money hns been deposited with Mr.
Cllpson of tho Cllpson Cleaning
works, with him to pay for these
prizes. I'upcrs will bo itr.uled utnl
prizes awarded as soon -is osslble.
The contest covers a real halth
campaign designed to ii.ake Tulsa
tho healthiest city lu tho flitted
Ktntes. nml earnest ( o-opeia"ou of
each student is urged.
During tho fall of each year epi
demics break out nr.d contl-im until
spring. During this tli.io th rn s
six or soyen times as n.uch slrUnei-s
and thri'' or four time? ni many
deaths a during the rosl of tho year.
It Is said that most contagious dis
eased nro for.ltrcd by itnrVui llnesi
Diseases tie trantnltlcd l.y genua
carried ,n tho clothllisT. Tt'.liso fur
nishings harbor them,
A proper health campaign, vigor
ously eonilueteil should iediU'0 thb
sickness ro to per cent.
l'lans for conducting this cam
paign will bo made un from these
essays and n great dril of oubll.'lty
will bo given tho wlnnlnt; plan or
Such n campaign linsj been eon
ilueteil by the city of 'ramlngham,
Mass., nnd that illy N advertise) ns
the hwilthlest city In tho United
Klati's l;fforts are now being made
to securo their complete plans.
The following suggestions or
rather questions are offered which
may suggest a lino of thought.
How City .Mil) lleNlelpcd.
What results should w'e plan to
What publicity agents would you
usn besldo dally newspapers?
The municipal health department
Is handicapped by lack of funds.
How would you finance suoh a cam
paign? How much money would be
What part should different Indus
tries take In such a campaign? (for
example.) Laundries, cleaners, mer
chants (what merchants?) doctors,
dentists, druggists, etc.
It Is sald'thal modern methods of
cleaning clothing and hous fur
nishings are sure death to geriiV';
if this is so, enn cle.inllnes. ns, prac
ticed by a real first class im-tn-ilat"
cleaning plant curb contagloiui ill
eases' In other words can th
clcnners become us rof.ponslblo fo
the public's health as tho doctors
r Special roferenco works may Ik.
secured rrom tlio public library re -g.irdlng
- Any business firm would be glid
to answer questions and show equip
To Prevent Chill i
Take OROVK'S TASTKI.RS.S mIILI
TOXIC to destroy thn Malarial
(ierms In the II. jud and thus
vent Chills. "Sc Advt.
mcnt If they understood tho reason
fur the questions.
Thu Cllpson Cleaning works' cor
dially Invites anyone to Inspect their
great plant and lu ask uny ques
tions they wish nt any time; ques
tions concerning methods nnd lea
sons will bo e'ieciflll welcome.
The city health and sanitary de
partment, slate board of health, Red
Cross, the tuberculosis Clinics and
and doctors as well as tho libraries
will all vield n wenllh of Informa
tion on these subjects.
Would you make the eamnalun u
drive or u steady nil year round
iiriu or bolli7
Permission Is reserved to add a
Class 5 to Include Kendall and busi
ness college students or nny other
adult 'providing sufficient Interest
shown. Persons ilenirlni: to com-
peto In this class should phone,
1,500 ATF R E ET H EUbNCERT
Dramatic Tenor Pleases Willi Song,
"The Americans Coine."
That the freo concert, of the Tulsa
Muulctpnl band given each Sunday
afternoon uro becoming universally
popular was evldetireil by the ap
pearance of l.fiPO people at tho lnrt
concert who showed their apprecia
tion of the Ml musicians work Iry
A Inn Dwnn, dramatic tenor, who
nang the "The Americans Come,"
brought forth a demand for an en
core which was the "n.irefoot
Trnll." Mr. t) Willi's exceptionally
beautiful voice did muth to make
flu. ciitit'frt a success.
Tho march written by Prof. DoiiIm
Meier, locnl musician, wns a sur
prise and delight to thoso who
AID FOR FARMERS
Governor in Washinirton
to Assist in Giving Help
to Soil Tillers
lly The At,wUI.l prrM
WASHINGTON, Dec. r, -(Jov. J. II.
A. Robertson of Oklahoma arrived
hero Inst night from Harrisburg, Pa.,
where ho has been attending thu ses-
slons of tho governors' congress, lie
said ho would confer with senators
and representatives relative to icllef
measuies for western and southern
furmers caught In tho prion crash.
Robertson Indicated thu ho might
appear before tho Joint agriculture
committees of tho house mid senate,
which are studying nltef measuies
and Hint he will bo lu Washington for
Robertson gave It as his opinion
that Iho federal reserve board could
give great asslstanec f u would do
so, "I'nless something Is done the
farmers are not irolng to plant crops
next spring," Rohcrtscn said "The
farmer Is now unable to gel the cost
of production for Ids i rop. The illy
consumer should be as deeply Inter
ested In the fanner getting adequate
prices as nny one,"
KODAK dTyAT KENDALL
Students to lake PIcturtTi for the
Animal trillion, "Uciitlallahrum,"
Click of iiiuierns will be a com
mon sound at Kendall college Mon
day ns the annual kodak day Is held
for tho imrposo of taking ptetureii
for thu college annual, The Kendall
abrum. Kuril student litis been
Sentence Two Youths
to One Year and Day
at State Reformatory
Pleading guilty to a cbuge of
grand laneny. Jess Wiikei, a
negro, art used of sit ilmg lieu
pipe from th" l'Vlsro rallumd. unit
Cruz Prlelro, a Mcmuiii, who ad
mitted stealing seven pairs of
gloves from tho Curtis Hmuu
Clothing compitny Noember 4,
wire senteiiied to serve one your
nnd one day lu Hi" stale lefnrm
ntory for boys at (lianlle by Judge
Redmond S. Cole lu distllrt eaurt
Saturday morning. The defend-
nuls claimed to under IS ears of '
Walker wns tirresled on the pip
theft and for his defense stated
he had purchased the pipe fioui
a railroad man. Aflei betug bound
over at the prellmln.u liviailng
for trial by district court he en
tered a plea of gullly. I'rleto was
ni rested with Antonio Ramos III
the clothing store lu the net of
stuffing their pockets with gloves,
seven pairs were taken by tho
deputy sheriff who Mnnheil theni
after the an est. Ramos has not
b'eli tt led. .
asked to bring Ills or her koilnk and
simp groups and rumpus scenes The
turi'f will nil be turned over to
'lick. Mlik editor of the Kendall
abruin and the best "chosen for the
Ruby Mao Jones Is odl-
HARRY EVANS IS BURIED .".-Pi. ad are s fterent from
"Properly Pasteurized Milk"
I ADIES $1111 KWMfel "rcs
L '"mmi ,. Mini IVllTf
A Bad Cough
If neiltcttdi oft w ttidt to ifrloui troubW.
Siftguird your hcttth, rtllcve yourdiitrrif
od oo the your Irntttcd throit by tiklog
PI SO S
Olv Way to tosthlng Hamlln'a
Hamlin's Wizard Oil It safe,
simple and effective treatment for
both headache and neuralgia.'
Rubbed in where the pain is, it easea
the tortured nerves and almost in
variably brings quick relief. Keep
a supply on fund.
Wizard Oil is a good dependable
preparation to have in the medicine
chest for first aid when the doctor
may be far away. Its healing, anti
septic qualities can always be re
tied upon as a preventive against
infection, or other serious results,
from sprains, bruises, cuts burns,
bites and stings. Just as good, too,
fqr sore feet, stiff neck, frost bites,
cold sores and canker sores.
Oentroui . botlU Sic
If you art troubled with cnnitlpttlon
or tick hemltght try llimllr.'t WUtra
Liver Whlpa. Juit Uitnl Unit pins'
Dill at druffltti far Its.
Monday, December 13
Knights Templar nml Ret. Kerr In
U'laigo of Riles for tilling Man.
The funeral of llnrry l.vnnn, fa
tally injured 1ml Tucsdaj dm lug the
Mhrlne leremonlnl here, wns held
Homlay nflernouu from the home of
bis fail I . I. vims, r,in Month
l lwood avenue. The Rev. C. W.
Kerr, pastor of tho I'lrst Presbj
terlan rtiurrh. ofrielnted. A l.irgo
number of men, ninoolated with Mi.
lOvaiis in the oil luilusti). were pies
out, as well ns u delegation of
Knlghls Templar, who had ehaii'e
of Iho exorcised at (laklnwp leine-
SAYS ALL OPERAS ARE NICE
Rln-clor of Son 'arlo Coinpniiv .Savs
lie l,lk 'llilsit Vci .Much,
tlaetano Merola. dlreetoi' of the
Sun Carlo opra lompanv In Tulsa
last wtek Is uueettnln ns to whnh
"f I he ojicr i enacted brie Is inosl
appialliig to him. ' I do hoi know,
he said they imi all ven n. e I
tanimt tell" "'You ask mo about
in iiiu iiiefcr to talk or m
h".by wa king, I have taken a Walk
iveiv mernlng mid I ibml. Tuts.i n
ii fine i lt The Hliecls building
ihose In Iho east, and J .t ro similar.
And tho audience hire, It Is well
educated lu things of music. Th"
people are more epthuslnstlo than
those of nny other city in this part
of Iho eoiinir). I would like to stay
heie Linger Rut we must bo In
.now Orleans' next week. We come
and go. bill inaMio wo coinn back
next joar I in.pe s "
The man who lies until he geli
himself m.d fiU friends to believe
It l no ..plimlst
R0THHAMMER RITES TODAY
Roily or Well Known TnK.i Woman
to lie Intcrmt Itctddo Husband,
I'lineinl in iss 1..1 Mrs. Marv Rotn.
hmnliier who ili'd Saturday nt hel
resldrie e le the IweliK nddi ' n,
Will be sil.l at n nip.ih, M.aidav.
The hodv will l taken nt A 0
o'clock Mulidni n..nlng. to llureka
Springs, Arli . where burinl will b
ninde beside i.c iaV.' of her li .s
build. Il Vt'in Mr- Rot lihute tier s
request that tin fb.wers bn srnt by
Watch rum Jewelry Ro.
airing. Official Kali
mil Watch lnsM'(ior
r Santa I'c. IVIm'o
ml M , It. A T.
IQI Soiilli Mnlii St.
IKNMH, .tn.V SOI III IIIISIIIV
liriM'IAN, It I.SiV, ll. I
I In not lie- Infiurnrtil hy IIAIIUAINH
In kIiim, l.w ihi. , ml inf'il r
fiilliiir U Hit vrnnKti rati Av.irtit
Vmir t ymr in -t vitltinM im
sot I1 Itlltt t)rMI HM lrt lllA
1 1 KMT t-rvlrri wlifn y, u rifra 1:1 it t.
Ilur tlnrk lenlt Mini umhite
Minlpletnt tr ill NP.W lUlim
w'Vl.r In r;.ltf,ntl
(live Him n Hox This Chris! mns
FLOR oe MOSS
MILD HAVANA CIGARS
(UN Years or giiiillt.v)
Shiipo tMandly In lto Price lii li
Slrnlglits . . .no lllo
Poifeiiu 4 rn 111 1 an -J for!i,"ie)
lleol.cii no foil Ufor'J.Vt
Pmictela r, 'J for'J.li!
iipltalx and Ml, foil tip inn
i.uMis ... . . ,, nnil, roll inn
or do lane . as nil nil . . . inq
Cor lie lane . . . . .nil tins Iftq
CclestlnN . . . .;, , a.ln
Insiet'on FLOR DE MOSS tit Your Dealers
J.S. IJRYAN & SONS State Dist.
i:i IUm I'lrst Stm t., TuImi, (Ikliilioma
Phono Osage till (111
Which of these Mctrolas
will you choose for Christmas?
Select whichever style is best suited to your
needs and you can be sure it will give the ut
most satisfaction. They are all Victrolas,
made complete in the Victor factories the
largest plant in the world devoted to the
manufacture of a musical instrument.
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sound'reproducing instruments. They are
built for the express purpose of playing the
world's best music exactly as interpreted by
the greatest artists who have naturally chosen
the Victor as the medium to record and re
produce their art. Hie Victor 'changeable
stylus and the modifying doors enable you to
adapt the volume of tone to the acoustic re
quirements of any room, but no compromise
is permitted, and on the Victrola no distortion
These are only two of the many Victor
patented features, in every Victrola, and the
more than twenty years' research and expe
rience in the arf or sound reproduction are
your guarantee of absolute satisfaction.
To be sure you get Victor products, look
for our famous trademark "His Master's
Voice" under the lid of all instruments, on
the labels of all records.
Victrola IV, $25
Victrola VI, $3
Victrola VIII, $30
Victrola IX, 7S
Prima Donna Soprano
Victrola X, $125
Vlctrol. XIV, $225
riw2 K ,f th ..won(lfrful
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e J,vt 11 M f roa-tod. The dellciousnenn Is
hJte!13J.rns,h,, mpW toaBii,,if f 1,10
Huy a. van from your trrocer today.
Kc Wrlto for valuable Premium Rook.
COtlNTKV Cl.ni rACKIMi H.
Ellis Grand Opera Company
Tickets 50c to $2.00
Seats on Saie
Today at Jenkins Music Store
Vic troll XI, $1S
Victrola XVI. $27.'
Vlctnilt XVI, cltmu:, i J37.50
'HIS MASTEffS VOICE
Tliii trsdrmstk snd the trademitked word
"Victrola" iilcntjlr sll our products. Look
under tlit lid I Look on the label I
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Camden, N, J.
Vlctroln XVIT, $350
Victrola XVII, tllrfc.MI
Victor Talking Machine Company
Camden, New Jersey