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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1920.
r 1 1 TM1IM
tAAo UIL I OWN
IS UP IN ARMS
Rancor People Resent the
Sending of Rangers to
DEtJY TROOPS NEEDED
jailfoK of Tvvo Rangers After
Shooting Affray Led to
nANdt-H. Texas, Dec. G. News
iit a t rni.iny of Texan Hangers
m Icon ordered to thl- city (ell
nt bomj5li.il on tlio community
today and many citizens hr.ro nro of
tin oplni-m that conditions do not
justify tho use of state constabulary.
Xhfjr tin are that tho sending of
Ujnctrn pivps tho town a bad rcpti
.linn, and that any "unfriendly"
feeling t" it has developed an a rc
Mlt of tli state's action has lis
crleln In that belief.
Them h-'vo recently been some
t or elRht arrests hern on gambling
,nd whisky selling charges. Frank
WiiJtlni was flint Sunday night after
hi allfKcd resisting arrest, when
fVvrral pi ' 'tin of whisky were
MitA In II store, jio is in n city
hospital with t;ood chances for re-
lunger nmunllns and Koonsmnn
trerc arrested hero and palled at
ra.i'x.,1 l) .Sheriff Noolcy following
the V.itKin shooting. City officials
M citizens had nothing to do with
the arrtf of the lungers and It was
rfRirded ns a purely formal action
luch n. l taken In like cases.
rltltens reel tnni mo mate otneers
will find m tnoro law violators in
this city than they would In other
Tells cities, and nrci on cordial
turns wl'b members of tho constabu
lary. City police nnd deputy sheriffs
Stclare they havo co-operated with
the lUnsors on duty hero In all mat
tfr having to do wltn enforcement
tt law and order.
Tj ac'kn taken In ordering tho
Harder company hero followed the
receipt by tho attorney general of
teitsrnm which stated that Kan
rr. Genz.illns and Koonsman nro
confined Ir J.ill at Hanger, where the
c'tliens and Hangers aro "unfriend-
I)" following tho wounding of a man
In a raiil participated In by tho Han-
Sen with a deputy.
The telegram was signed by Han
ger Captain K. W. Aldrldgu, and re
juetfd that an assistant attorney
general bo sent to Hanger.
CONTINUED I'llOM l'Adl! ONE
tonight by Hert H. Klmbrell, mem
ber ot the legal firm that drew the
Mr. Klmbrell added that n search
made today for tho firm's office
tony of the will revealed that the
di-iumcnt had disappeared.
According to Klmbri-ll, tho will.
drawn in the name of "Clara 15.
Hamon," was nulled at tho request
of the testator, to her sister, Alls?
J!rtle Smith, at Htngllng Okla. He
wld that ns he recalled It tho do
coumtnt made tho slater tho solo
"Th(. oung woman caino to our
of.'Ici s that day at the noon hour,"
Hid Mr. Klmbrell. "Sim seemed
to bo hborlng under deep excite
ment. She asked If wo could draw
a will for her Immediately. She
lf t before tho document hail been
finally typed by our stenographer,
uklng that It bo sent us soon aa
II.Uln.NS l. IT. WOltTH;
TO Oil, FIKliU TODAY.
TOUT WOHTH. Texas. Dec. C.
Mr?. Jake. 1 Hamon, widow of tho
!at republican national commutco
man and oil magnate of Oklahoma,
accompanied by her daughter, Miss
Olive Kelle. her sop, Jako L.. Jr..
Frank I Ketch, business manager
of the lato magnate, and Fred U.
Kills, former law partner of Mr.
Hamon, arrived In Fort Worth this
aftertoou and will depart tomor
row nornlng for ICastland, where
an administrator for that part of
the Hamon estate lying within tho
Texas boundry, will bo appointed,
according to .Mr. Ketch.
Finnn nc i aao
OFFERED IN HOUSE
CONTINl'lin FllOM PAOK ONU
i-'t recces appointments, aro expect
1 to be sent to tho senato by Prcs
Mfot Wilson within u fow days. All
to be referred to committee,
a tentlmont strong among repub
lican leaders for Inaction on ull im
portant annnlh,m,.n,a t t,
wficM to bo filled by tho incoming-
Of tho mass of new bills and resn
Introduced In tho housn to
T. only a ftw were of general
nportanco. All of thorn and thou-
from preceding sessions, will
- -...era cuucicu oeioro warctt i.
sonx- or IniMMi( lA'glMntloii.
imong tho houso measures today
11 n Kill I...
w. " nopreseniiiiivo u-
froSJ . 1-'rty and Victory bonds
hiP J!,ma,,ve r,;l0r' republican,
Mb. 1 Dakft''. Introduced a resolu
bi?0 rov,(1" for an Immediate em
ro oft wheat,
PubiiLr,'"'nl'l,lvo Chrlstopherson, ro
rr"'?,n., South Uakom. Introduced
l'aJinlUVnn Btahlltzw prices of ull
'f"X 'nrtn products.
il..""'' 'alive Ulckinson. renub-
fni'nltiW;1' .l""oposed a special
tlMi f" ll'vestlgato fluctua-
aid CMto'rl '8 f Krrlln' llvt'stock'
ltotyi' rp',ub!lta". -Oregon, pro-
Mr.n l,r"bafKo on wool.
1 ton7S,..?';"L(;ratl Kansas, proposed
fori J i. .on.iU nmenrttnent author
tt tauai Ct lhc eonato to rat'
ea?B?,e,cl'tlve Inngley, ropnbll
lid' ""'ky. submitted a resolu-
lit l.";'!l,nK tongresit to announce
hdi''n?.,W,y'''u. IT'-al'l'-nt Wilson,
ton, h"1" wl11' "1" Armenian ques
to?.."ot ,n ilny wav obligating
Ur I veJnmoIlt ,0 ,18 I"1'. "'
iretl finances and other ru-
..?.'n,J. rennhlin.n t.h i.
h'ln if',01"1'00 to Investigate rf-
l,lll nn i ' .VCl'n. th0 "nltcd States.
"h vlr L, 10 n''nllfan republle.
M inorir. UlI.refel'oncu 10 induct
, no"in officers.
reeling as He
Hy circonm. it, jioi.mi'.s.
t. N. 3. Bluff Corresi.oiident.
WASIIJNUTO.N, Deo. C Stand-
Ing at his desk, where ho served for
six years, J'rtsldunt-U'.ect Warren CI.
Harding bado farewell lo tho United
Slates senato today and In n brief
spocch choked with emotion ex-
preesed the hopo that ho might havo
tin? co-operation of his rotlecues In
the four yeara beginning .March
Qro.it tanks ate ahead of the na
tion, ho pointed nut, and tho solu
tion depends unnn tho snlrlt of co
operation and mutual helpfulness
that will exist between tho execu
tive and the legislative branches of
HI Voire Low mill Husky.
fho galleries worn Jammed with
people, nnd hundreds stood outside
unable to gain admission. Senator
Harding's voice was low and husky
as ho began hl farewell. His eyes
were dim with tears.
"I am pleased nl this greeting by
follow, membcra of the senate." he
said, "There Is still greater satis
faction In having this opportunity to
say to you Informally some of the
th'sA In my heart which 1 could tit
'or In no other way. I recognise
that I am hero today tinder some
what unusual circumstances and
there Is a delicacy about It that one
In my position cannot escane. ex
cept through some form of Helf ef-
racement which does not seem quite
No member of this body could bo
more reluctant to leavo It. I say to
the wenuto that I come hero with
every respect for this body, nnd I
am leaving it wun greater respect
than that which I came,
llatiil to fionw Senate
"If one could always direct his
own political fortunes to IiIb liking
I should have preferred my mem
bership hero to any offico a citizen
may hold in this republic or else
where In tho world. I like this
freedom, tho association, tho pa
triotic sense of responsibility which
abides hi-re. I am consi-IoiiH of tho
great place which congress holds un
der our constitution and liartleulailv
senslblo to tho obligations of tho
senato. When my responsibilities
beglu, in tho executive capacity, I
shall bo ns mindful of my responsi
bility as I have been zealous as a
member, but I mean at the same
time to bo Just as Insistent about
.ho responsibilities of tho executive.
Our governmental good fortune does
not llo In any surrendor at ilthor
end of tho avenuo but lr. tho co
ordination and co-operation which
becomes tho two In a great Interest
CONTINUKI) I'llOM PACK ONI!
defendant, pimply remarked that tho
result would be that lie will have
to tako tho punishment as assessed
In the federal court of the western
Oklahoma district. Tho city direc
tory ascribes to him the business of
Air 1-k-lio of Old Days.
Tho rase Is an echo of the days
when Keystone, located Just over
the Tulsa county line In Pawnee
county, was tho greatest center of
tho booze business in Oklahoma. To
that point practically all tho liquor
destined to supply the Tulfca trade
was originally shipped. It ivas then
transported here In wagons over
what was known ns the old Key
In 91C, T. U. Salmon was the
rnllwaf agent ii Keystone. Tho
Ammcrmans and Sharp were alleged
to bo engaged In tho wholesale
liquor business. Tho Oklahoma law
then, having no reference to tho
Indian country, permitted a citizen
to ship in 'a certain amount of liquor
for his own use. The Anunerman
boys. It was charged, shlppe in this
liquor to dummies and upon ficti
tious namea In tho packages were
permitted by Salmon to take them to
their warehouse. That Is how' Sal
man got mixed up In the case.
CM! Dragged Through Court.
Tho four men were tirrested and
upon trial convicted. An appeal
was taken nnd tho matter has been
dragging from court to court for
about four years.
J. O. Ammerman Is now nut on
bond having been arrested by federal
officers for liquor dealing In Creek
Fails to Materialize
' WASHINGTON, Dec. C President
Wilson and I'rcsldent-eloct Harding
did not meet today and thero was no
Information that they would do so
before tho departure of .Mr. Harding
lato tomorrow for his home In
Marion, whoro ho plans to spend
most of his time before IiIh Inaugu
ration next March 4.
It was stated at tho whlto house
some days ago that the president
would bo glad to see mo president
elect to discuss the league of nations
nnd other matters with him, but so
far aa la known, no formn invitation
to Mr. Harding to call at tho whlto
hoUBO has been extended.
to Reform Minister
KAST OHANflH, .V J., Doc. .
Hev, Harry W. llowlby, secretary of
the Lord's Uay Alliance, which Is
cnruliirtlni? a riLmnalirn for a strict
er observanco of tho Sabbath, to
day tolegrapneit tn0 ponce irom
Scranton, I'a., that ho had rccohed
blackhand letlers threatening vlo
lenco to his homo here, and re
quested the local pollco to guard It
In his absence.
Six Arkansas Negroes
Under Death Sentence
Are Given New Trials
lA'VTUi: HOCK, Dee. (!. On
grounds that the Phillips circuit
court he d erred In refusing to per
mit Introduction of evidence to
support a charge that prejudice In
the exclusion of negroes had been
shown in selection of tho present
Jury, tho Arkansas supremo court
today reversed and remanded for
new trlalB tho cases of six of the
Klulr.e negro rioters who were
undiir death tentencu.
After Six Years
of a truly representative govern
ment. An Imaginary Ollgiirt-lij-,
,J7,M, '""'"'KM o to the thought
pa.tleulaiiy In my mind. Something
uas been said about tho oenalori.il
oligarchy, of course everyone he.io
knows that to bo a bit of highly
Imaginary and harmless fUtlnn.
i ut I do recognize how essential Is
the helpfulness of tho senate In tho
making of surciesful admlnlstrn
lion. I want to express today the
wish of a colleague of tho enrt
tidenco and the co-operation ,,f the
niembeis of this body In I no four
.u;irs which begin next March, 4th.
1 do not limit this sincere request to
this side of the nlsle. One can not
Pi utilise agreement In all things
with an opposite party which is
sometimes Insistently wrong, but wo
mriy find common ground in the
spirit of service and 1 hope for that
agreeable and courteous anil of
times helpful relationship with the
opposite side which has udded to tho
'lelighis of fellow nervlc- during tho
past six years.
"We are facing no easy tnslt. Wo
have our full part In tho readjust
ment ot human affairs after the
world tumult. We have our tasks
at home, wo havo our p.ut In the
Inevitable work of the i-tvllired
world. 1 am sure that tho necessity
of wise solution will Inspire us to
work together to take common
t'ounwl, to be tolerant of one an
other nnd give tin. best which Is In
all of us to attain tho ends which
become our republic ut home and
maintain Its high place among the
nations of the earth.
Hopes for IVultful Stolon.
"With propriety, I can not ven
ture! upon any suggestions now, even
though I am etpeaklng a a member
of this body. Three months of the
present ndmlultttratlon remain and I
would have the house and senato
Join cordially In making them fruit
ful rather than wasted months.
There Is something to be done and
wo have already had so much de
lay that 1 should like unanimous
recognition that there are no party
ends to serve, but precious days nro
calling for service to your common
"I cannot resist tho repltltlon of my
regret that my associations on this
floor Is ending today. It has been
a happy and n proud experience.
Irf-t me expresH the hopo to one and
all that though theto comes a
change In official relationship, It
will not Interrupt our co-operation
nor deprive uh of tho personal fel
lowship which I havo found to bo a
great compensation for the saeil
flces of conscientious public Mort
ice." REFEREE REPORTS
IN EDWARDS SUIT
Court Will Decide Today
Claims of Litigants
Accepting tho report of the
referee In tho ult of O. W. Hdwards
against (.rant stcbblns, O. K. By
senbaek and Frank Olddlngs, rela
tive to tho litigations now pending
for possession of the partially com
pleted Kdwards building on tfast
Fourth street, Judge Owen Owen
In district court Monday reserved
his decision in tho adjudication of
the rights ot Kd wards as against the
Tho report, made by Judgn John
Dovereuux', finds that the lease on
Iho lot made by thn defendant own-
ere, to Ivlwnrds. was transferred to
tho Edwards Hulldlug company, a
corporation, and that for this tea
son the building company Is now In
lawful possession of the '9 9 -year
lease which specifies a renta 1 of
I IS, 000 a year. This report, ac
cepted by the court, holds that the
defendants havo not lawfully can
celled Iho leaso made to Kdwards
Kdwards, In his petition against thr
defendants, suited that It was his
Intention in 1917 to construct a
hreo-story building but that later,
by agreement with tho defendants,
he began construction of a 12-story
Lorton Is Only Owner
of Paper in Press Box
Special to the World.
AVASI1INC.TON, Dec. C Tho con
gresslonil press galleries today have
a newspaper owner occupying a seat
theie, which Is something new for
tho press galleries. Speaker Oil
lotto and Senator Knox of the rules
committee nt tho opening of con
gress today signed credentials milk
ing Eugene lAirton, owner of th
Tulsa World, a member of the ga
lery. Many im-n have left the gal
leiy and beoomo newspaper owiu ra
and many former newspaper owuc-h
aro members of tho press g'ulei'
but bo far us is known no man li.iii
over before been a member of the
congressional pretw gnllerles ami a
newspaper owner n.t the same time
Lorton came to Washington to br
editorial correspondent of his own
paper during tho present session of
Plan H cava Duties on
Grain Shipped lo U. S.
WASHINGTON. Doc. C. -Hills lm
posing tariff duties of IS cunts n
bushel on Imports of wheat and II. to
a barrel on flour were Introduced In
tho houso today by Jtcprcsontatlvo
Tlncher, tcpublican, Kansas. These
bills, Tlnchlner said, worn designed
to prevent tho flooding of the Amei
lean market with wheat from Can
ada nnd other countries.
Representative Tlncher also Intro
duced a bill designed to prevent
speculating on futures in grain and
cotton except by bonaflde contract
markerH. A similar measure had
been prepared by Senator Capper,
republican of Kansas, for introduc
tion In the senate.
Anlo 'I heft (.'ling limki-n.
DKTHOIT, Dec, 6. Two men and
a woman, alleged to have boen
members of a band of automobile
thin von, whom tho government
charges shipped Htolcn machines to
Hvvi-rtn, pleaded gullly to vlolitlon
of tho Dyer act In federal court
hern today. Almoro Hasden and
William J. Halpln were sentenced
two years In Leavenworth and Hot'
Warner was sentenced to, two ytius
ill thu Detroit house of correction.
LeFlore Deputy Killed
and Another Badly In
jured in Negro Town.
VOllT SMITH, Ark., Dee. C
Deputy Sheriff Ait l'eaison of Ilia
den, I.ctliiie county, Okla., died In a
hospital hero at 5 JO tonight, nfter
ho nnd Special Deputy Ilort McKen
r.le had been beaten to Itm-hilblllty
nnd left for dead In a street at Fort
Cnlfeo, a Leflore county nt-iero i.t.
tlement, this lif(ernnon. McKenzle,
with a fraitured skull l. expected to
Ijite tonight It was r-ported that
ono of three negroes thnrg.-d with
the as-viult had been laplurcd and
was being taken to t'otenu, the
county seat for wjfo keeping.
The officers who went to Fort
Coffee to serve a wnrinnt on tw.i
negroes on charges jf bontH-rging,
were brought to VI. Smith hospital.
Until hnd fractured skulls. Pearson
tiled a short time latt r
The attack at Fort Coffee occurred
about 4 in o'clock.
The sheriff and n pt-si-e of five or
six men, with bloodhounds, left 1 o
tenu tonight In sennit of Henry and
A. D. Toney and u third negro, who
ait alleged to have beaten the two
Frank McKenzle, brother of the
special deputy, who followed ami
discovered Hi" wounded men, s.i. 1
tho officers were struck down In tho
doorway of the Toney house, lit. said
there wits a bent and battel .mI .22
caliber rlflo thero which had been
used In tho assault.
McKcnzle Is still unconscious and
said to be In a critical condition.
Youth Doesn't Like to
He Hanged on Birthday
CHICAGO, Deo. 15. Nicholas
Vlann, under sentence to hang on
his nineteenth birthday, next Friday,
wnt a note to duller Lee today, ask
ing that the execution be advanced
to this morning.
"I would like to oblige you," Lee
replied, but explained' the court's
order fixing Friday aa tho date
could not be tnterefrcd with.
Vlana was convicted of killing n
saloonkeeper in Indiana, while two
others lost their lives.
MORE RAILROADERS IDLE
Southern Pacific: Iiys off 2,1100 nnd
C. & X. C'utH III Pit Cent,
SAN FItANCISCO, Dec. ti. Tho
Southern Pacific company has boon
ompcllcd to lay off approximately
-000 men In Its mechanlcul depart
mcnt In tho past two monthu us a
result of business adjustment and
tho progress being mtido on, repair
work left over from tho wcr pe
riod, It was announced from the
company's offices hero today. The
wartime force approximated 19,000,
illLWAUKKF.. Wis., Dec. 6. Ten
per-cent of tho whop forces of the
''htcugo fir Northwestern road will
bo laid off Wednesday, according to
orderH received nt tho office of the
gcnor.nl mechanical superintendent
here. The order affects tho entire
LODGES AND SOCIETIES
TV1. EODOK NO. 71 niMti frr
Tnurirmy. rim Tnurar, r.
C. Second Thunday. buln.
'MM Thursday, M, M. Fourth
hurrlay, K. A, nunlnr
irrllnK Hhtl annul I riVctlnn
fhurn. Dec. m. comtnenclnir
at 7.30 p. m. Vlaltun wrl
John A. Walker, W. M. J. C. MnnfnrU, no.
IM'ITV I, Dixit: tji hIU meat In rtiular
communication Tuta.uy, lice.
Mh, rommtniclng at 7:30 p.
1 Klrcllon Ol nflkKNi. Visit -
n Mununa welcome, Masonic
It. C. KAUFMAN. W. M.
AHTllim HAKHIt. 8rtar7.
PKTIIOl.KUM I.ODOK NO. 1i maaia
every irway eteepi aecona.
Next cummuntcatlon rrMay.
Dec. 17. Work nd Humilia
tion In 11. A. IX-iree. com
ncnclnit S JO p, m. Vlalllnc
Manona specially Invited,
A. 1' U. CI.AHK V. M,
11. II. 1IANNA. Secy.
TULSA CHA PTHtt O. E. n. meet flrai
an'l iiiirii runu7 ui im
month at Maaanlo hall! tlrat
rneellnit. hualnefa; eecond. t"l
tlatlon and aoclal. Htar'a club
ineeta Snd anil 41 ti WVtneeday,
. - in r. m
MPS. TKMPIK TKNNANT. Worthy Matr".
fciaiJUA J-Afl. w.in.ii'
fCl.HA I'llAPTKU NO, tl. It. A. M., nexl
Hlecllon ami Installation uf
Jl. A. hNVDllH. Secretary.
11. U. NEWIIOUHK. It. V.
fjtlNITf'COMWANDKKl .w"' 10 meata
arcuni. . " . '
rach rnonlh. 1 her" will l-e
election and Installation of nr
t era Ut llih 7 30 p. in
JOHN Mr.lSENIIACIIF.n. B.C.
KllANK 8KA11AN. Jtecor.ler,
AKDAIl TKM1-1.U a7a. O. N. xf. S. Neil
a i u Min Dec. luih. Annual acs
IJajfat 'n. Election uf new rlflcers.
RAMUKt. It DTK. Potentate
II, it. WKl.MViUl. Ilacorder.
AimniiA loixib no. ii. l. o. a r.
Next meolini- Dec ih
Work in flrei ilkne
IwtilsA opens JO p in-
, Liu i . Invited
J. 0. CHAMPAN. N. O.
M. L rOUNDSTONK. tiecratary.
T1M.RA IIST-AMI-xTkNT NO. St. I, O. O
inteis -cunl ami fourth KrlUay. I 11
i m h. I- nail ln-i ki nrcnnu, rci
meetniK Dec 10th Work In Iloyal
J. i-. iloore, C. P. 11. A. Fuller, Act. Scribe.
TUI.SA Ili:ilI.ICAH NO 11. I. O. O. F.
rneeia scfnil at.d fourth Frtitay, 7.10 p.
in,. K. V. hall. ItSi Kant Second.
MH. U A. WATSO.N, N, O.
MPS. IDA TUIINWUIHT. Se0,
TtlLHA CANTON NO 16, :. o. O. r meete
first ann n.lr.l KrMay. 7 30 p. rn ,
Musicians hall, 11: houlh lluuljer.
J. II. Williams, Captain. II. II. Fuller, Clk.
TUI.HA CAMP NO. e07, M. W. ot A., and
i-w. Aiiun iAii l aiir ro. 170
H N. of ., ineeta every Tues.
day n lent' at K. of I' hall,
le's Cast brcond street, Vis-
It. Ii. Medina. Consul.
A A 11. ...L... ,.(
Mrs. h. I Kennedy O J0IJ, Oracle.
l','vbw;J'. W',Khl- n)i- lleiorder.
biuvhn pi.t'Mn ixuifii; uj. k. p,
J&Zd meets every Thursday nliiht at
sjKwA K, I' htil. t-laai Second. Nut
mmm H'il'm Dec. VMi Vliltlnj
KB kr.lghls urced to attend.
D h. i i.i.rs, c ;.
F.i) a;.h. k, a s
KAIIA OUOTTO NO. (I meet! first Satur.
day In each month a
Masntilo Hall, Ilualnasa
loeellne 7 p. lu. al
C'uh dance. 414 Hi.
Iloulder. Wedne a d ft y
US )l, November :tt.
Is Your 'Mug' Uylu?
Then Back It hp, Is
Advice of Lecturer
Ul In iho Wuil.l.
MU.IKOIIL'.I-:, Dec- C- e'em
aim wtnry aie (.! iho great- si
enemies of mankind.
"An iiaiy Until is beitur than
h iK.ilitilui etiur.
"iMf.y 1 1 c 1 1 1 1 o want socialism.
"don iiiiim hae loved tun, or
ho wouldn't havo made Iho lush
and the inoiiktys.
"11 j oil luiNc an ugly mug.
stand R'piarely bt-hlud it don I
try to hide It,
"With ull Us gru(t, Immorality
and haul problems, I'm going lo
lle In this old world as long as
"Ileledlty has become mutely
an excuse for ui'itkiicim.
"Wot i y pi oilmen poison and
wiaki-ns the body for work
menial and phslcal.
"Liilldit-n nto spoiled by being
holprd ten much,
' If a man Ii si-1(, he Is nlvrn
time to get well; when the woild
Is sick, It must be gUeu lime ti
Thi'si! wete ninoiig (he phrases
usi'd b Dr. Stanley L. Krebs,
huslni'ss letturer, ilutt stu k In
the minds of 100 business men
who heard the flint ot lift many
talks tn be glwMi In Muskogee.
Tin- Ad cluli meeting Monday wan
thrown opi n tn rltlm-ns lutetest
etl In Dnit-l Kreb's doctrine of
tippKIng siicntlfio prluelpli-s to
Osagcs in Washington
Jo Inform Committee
special lii The World.
WASHINGTON. IVc. fi. -Oiler
Donnlcaull. .lohn Abbott, Fled look
out and Perry King of the Osage
tribe ai rived here today and will
..t-stiry heroin the house Indian af
fairs committee In favor of an ex
tension of ilia os.igo trust period.
Victor Iocke, of Antlers, a mem
ber of the Choctaw, and recutita
electtd representative 111 Iho Okla
homa legislature, Is hern for a con-fer.-nto
with the Inlertur dep.iri
mt'iit. Harry It, ltogerst formerly of
Tulsa, now of San Antonio, also Is
Thai's Alaska Today
TACOMA, Wash., Dec, fi. - Alaska
Is the real paradise of bootleggers
and In that territory there Is little
evidence) that the Slh amendment
has gone Into effect, according ! a
statement made here today by Don
ald A. McDonald, prohibition dliec
tor for Washington and Alaska.
"There Is not one federal enforce
ment agent In all Alaska, ' 'Mr. Mc
Donald declared, adding that re.
ports of conditions received by htm
would be forwarded to Washington
with a request that he bo given men
to ope with thn slturillnii.
From 80c, Much to the "Tailor Made
Kind." Kopalrlng of All Kinds.
,101) South Iloulder Gauge 7 111! II
Tulsa Window Shade1 Co.
THE CHILDREN'S DAY
717 POUTH CHKYKN.NE
Children Cured for During Working
or Shopping Hours.
DR. IRA ALLISON
ni.oon. SKIN AND
Kunt Third Street
Samuel A. Boorstin
Attorney and Counsellor
Sow Ioonteit H2.1-'J0.a7 Mryo Hldg.
Ijhv of ()! and (.'as
Ijiiv of Corpin nitons
kf.i:i;.tz ,v -tnoni'.
10 Url Third street
DR. JOHN LEE
Venn t-ul. Milne), Uladder.
and Diseases of Women
11 3 'j S. Main 0.4652
BROOKLYN OIL & GAS CO.
WANTDD I'rodin 'Ion, I.oukjs nnd
Hoblnson Illdg. Cedar 129
HELLO, OIL MEN!
Have geologist uliM-rv.- W ' of NI-2Vt
of SW'.i. See. ti Tiinshlp S
Itatige 11 Kast, Huan utility re
icsults. H. N. STEVESON
l"i""it Wateli anil .It-iicliy Hi--
palling, Official llall
roail Wntcli liiapit-ltu-
i for .Snnlii IV-, IVlMti
ami M. K. A' T
1 s-'S 101 Soolli .Main St.
MRS. HYDE WINS OUT.
Wlfi' of I'lllliona .Siiih Defi-ndntit
IS t.lini ii Dlli'lt-t-i Mill Sljs
llt-r IIiihIi.iiiiI luniiei'iit
K .SAS i 1 1Y. J)i - ti - Mrs.
Ii.ttuis S. Iljili-. s'lll maintaining
I In- in n M t in i- uf her h l--li.ind. Dr.
II Clatk llil-'. four tlniis tried on
haiges of slnlng ('olnliel 'riunn.i
II. Mnupc, inllllonalre philanthoplat.
Iiidio art granted an almnlut"
dlvmcp. Mrs. Hyde was nlse
giniited custody of their two chil
dren. Jit tiles', 0, and 1'iniii-"", 3. and
DiM'tor llytle ordered not lo visit
On tin- witness statnl Jnsl before
the dertee was itranteil, Mrs. Hyde,
whose dcMillon Hi her husband dur
ing his trials several years ago be
i aim- a Initlotiw Ide i'imill'ni. re-iii-wed
lift lii-llef lu hH lunotence.
i sllll hsvo faith lu Ilia luiioeenco,"
The ilerree Wiih granted by Judge
Oliver .1 .!-. ! on cruelty groiunlN.
Mrs. Ilde lis living her husband
hnd itiii.i k.'d her il-iwn and ki. ked
her only last June. She farther
ii-stlfl.'d he 'niMir-' before the chll
dull." and was "sullen and nio-n-se."
Snvak Thieves Gel Away
With $S00 Worth of Furs
According to a tepnrt filed at po
lice heailiuartetH yeslerd.iv morning
by C. A. Wi-ndt, 1010 West Third,
sneak thieves entered his home
some time Saturday night nnd after
ransacking tin- house made auuy
with fill's and Jewelry valued at S0.1.
Kilt I illicit was gained to the house
by bieaklng the glass tn a rear door,
1 1 aching Inside and tinning the key,
Wi-ndt believes: be told the police
that when he and his wife returned
home about midnight mint the
opera they found the house In dis
"AUII fIF THANIih J
III! WISH 'ID THANK wur many friends
nnd Ihe l.tothers of the K. of I. Indue
for their kindness und esalstiince. and the
tx'iiutlful tli.i.U In Hie death and burial
of our Utile ilaushter. Mr. and Mrs.
1 fm "NI 'OUNIs J 1
I.ost' -Ono Hnitllsh setter dot, wliitVvrith
hum a siitita, Hiiswers to name of
"llaby." Iietutn to W I. Mheiiard, 111
W Fourth, recette reward.
f.!IST--('hild'a Inark hallet alliiiers."fial-
urday. Flmler tiis jihuno l"edar 1010.
MIST lletv, een Saiullia and Tulsa a
t.'nlled Slates I In-, j4H. inniinted on
I'lreslonn rim, with black and while cover,
l-hiiue inik'O :tc. II F. l-etlus.
iVlST-lllatk baK "near Naiulnt j" Oelii
shavlni; set and valuatilo papers Inside.
Ilawunl Ii A llabcni'k, Git N. I'lieyelih",
FIVi: I'AKHHNOIIIt Unlit cut, will trade
fur Inl. ()sae ISOO,
I.O.ST iliowir fur necknlece. lost on
H, Fllna Monday between II and 1.
l.oST -ono aiilu'iiiiihllo irasoltno lank
n.ar llamonu, finder tall Oeaite ZOi'i
and ri-clve reword.
Fol Nl- A tmtr of Klaeaea. owner may
havo same 1111 on Identity. Call Oaa(n
l.i 1ST lllackEeyiriit, "if. Fou'rih be
twi-en lloatn.. and Cincinnati, Ileturn
tn 41 A, H. KlKlih Liberal reward and
UiMT--Niiv 54,"" alhln"whiie "knlt's'liawl,
butwewn Frlsio dejmi and tho 1, W, ;.
A , u present frutn luy hoy overseaa. 2.60
reward, Mrs. W, A. Caldwell, 1141 Howard
st, Joplln. Mo.
t.OHT -i:.mieii pin In Kofd" mounllnii down
In main part of city, liberal reward.
Addreas 1 II, cure of World.
LOST Ladles' leather folder purse,
eonlalns J 1.1 and nomo small
rli.iniri-: allro a ti.ilr of ladles' I1OF0
glasses, was III aluminum case, U'.ill
at 12201 W. Archt." or Seldoubach's
store and receive toward.
LOST - Wednesday afternoon, Nob
by tread IT. S. casing on Ford
demouutuble 1 1 111. Call Cedar 720,
4117 Cosilmi llldg. Carl .M. Soiilhern,
t.OST- 17-liinel" ilainlllnn" lady's" wrist
wntr.h lu front of Woolwortli'a. Phone
Ossre (III. I lt5 N. Illwood. Finder will
receive liberal reward.
Wll.f." l'AIITV"ihu"lsled Ose 1I1J-I
relattvp to taMna- of baby please call
IIAVli VOC muni Chrlstrnns ctfts you
would like to seU7 Call Osafe :14I,
I Wll.l, not lm responsible for hills run
by Mrs. dies Jenitins, ,01 s. i.awiun,
si.. Tulsa, llkla. Chas. .Irnl.lns
HADIO ACT IV i: PAD restores
health or money oack; try It at our
risk. Itadlum Appliance Co, For
Information see J. J. li.il-Ji. nt 209
Cleveland stn-ot, or write to llox
'Jh, s.ind sjirings, uitla.
OOIMI TO CAI.IFOIINIA-. i!o you want
n il-ive throuBh w'th ine If so, ud
drees 91 II cue. 6t Woild.
WKHT AIAIN M ATKIINITY SANITAItflJ.M
A hon-i- f-u tho csre snd inntrctlon
of yrilnc women, rsle. reasonable, hshlet
ad-pled. Ilr M. II. Newman, medical
llreitor. It IT W Matr.. Oklahnma Cjtr.
FMIIM-'I N'T MAHIItVITY IIiiDPITaT,
f -r . onfineineni, private, prl-eii reason
al,,e may work for bo.iril. babl.a adopt
ed write fot ItoQMtel. Mrs T II Loni;.
Ull F il7'h Hi, KanKas city Mo
l.ii'iK FS'IICH f'l.ASMFIl'ATI'-V I-"A
M-CI.I.VI. MlTlt'F.H J ' '
A S'TCI - Tli'- name und uildiess of any'.
ol.e w stlliiK t" sell linndmade I'lirlst.
Ota- itif-a aioiiiini' considered Aildiean
I II II i are of V. '.ill
I1 (ur KNiill UHXT IM t'NDFK "ti-A.
Al IDU.IIIII I. Ull. ').l"t " M
('Oil" HALK Hodge tnnkT 1'j'lH
model Halgaui. (lonil lolldlllofl.
.Iiilm Nakaklts, ltkn StAtlun. Sand
High cIiikk gariigH man and car
Jolm W. Stanley
207 S. Detiolt
KOI I "SALIJ Cole touting coupe.
1 new Itoyal cord tires; beauti
ful Lew punt Job, engine In excel
Ii nt condition Car never abused.
Price riMH.m-ihh. Call Owikd 7072.
I oil "s.xl.i; - Miltiuni llliitrlc. "firs'l-elus's
condlUon, new botierltt.. I'huna OsaKe
thii'k'foii sai.i: on tkaim: siZrtVun
pnennistli- tli-rs, flrsl.ciisa toriilltlun;
jirlr.-.l reasonable -iH-ll uire of World.
Ti I -A I'ni'lt -Hl'whlly hiiriied', i-orfeit
e han-ai ondllpin, seo It t Fred
ia'.v M-i' r t'orpursiton und inaku bid.
Al, MITi lll-.LI, HllliAN new und will
be sold ui a bargain one Olds sport,
e ntht eir-d, nt a pteaslnif low price.
Call Usage i&OS or Silt.
USED CAR MARKET
U'MIMIIIIII.I.l I lilt u i;
ATTIINTIiiV HTFTH OWNI:il1 Ymi don't
havit to v.nrr Miotit servun nn your
rais In tin future. I i,m in a iiosliliin Id
Iske csie nf all your trnuMes thxt mltht
pomp nil For real Stula eetvi.e call Cedar
lets. The liter lleady llr-pntr Shop. 1110
PtvMolt illPT AfilS"irndi-r t".V "
.Mt's'r nn sot. n Tiim w-i:i:i--i)i
Slnli- foiir-l-assenaer; sit wire whaela;
iiteKhstitcsliy icrfecti 11,600. I'ltonn Oe.iKe
1S5II It. I'lHIper.
Full HA I.M OneFord rnrli.se.l dellviry
car. Kltm'a Matket, l: It. Fuurlli.
lilt MAXWI'.l.i. Innrliib" car. ' will Vll
cheap fnr cash This or la In A-l enn-
dllUin and is ninth HOfl It sold at nine
Hie plica Is 110. Fall at 0t It, Main,
alialllnenl 101 Oeaita tHi.
UAUCII LANO MLHCt'HIC
.1 tint been revamlshed; car looks ike
new; butteries are In fine shape. A
PACICAHl) tJHUD CAIl M AUK KT
1200 South IloHton Os.ige 7UU
We have all sires and nro closing
them out at very low prices. Some
aie new or practically new.
TULSA TIRE SHOP
Cedar 1 1(12
12 W. Urady
Real Bargains in Used
3-35 Packard touring, rebuilt nnd
1-25 Packard, 7-pass., a good livery
Cadillac fi7 touring, repainted nnd
Marmoii 1019, like new, 7-pass.
Ilulclt Sedan, 1018 In A-l shape.
Sllltr. 120, fl-piiHM., rebuilt and re
Stutz 11113 roadster, a. good field car.
And a few other good bargains.
Packard Used Car
See Mr. Forntcr.
1200 S. Ponton Osago 7942
FOIll) with work body, mi ressonable nf.
fcr refused t owner leavlna town Weil
nesilay. K. Hose, JH N. Uosedala Ave
Phone Cedar 111.
TIIN.I'AHS'iNOHK Htudehaker car for
sale, (heap for cssh. OesKa 1941
1919 Mnrinon. 7 Pass.. Ill A-l shape
Thin car has unod nalnt. tires, und
will not need any money spent on It
for repairs or any kind.
PACKAIU) USUI) CAIl MAIIKF.T
1200 South lloston , Osago 7042
Iliffi'lC ll5"-"Flve'-iisacnEeri run ,000
milts! In A-1 rnschanlcal condition with
sooil rubber, 11,0501 soma terms. Cedar
ONI: rood l.tofT rhrevoTrl truck for hire,
call osske nto. i:an ror w. r. jus
lice. llesldelice 17 H, l'rurl St. ,
IJjC FOIlf) HBDAN, Tn ffne'cnndltfon and
runnlnc order, cssh or on time. Cedar
70 resilience Cedar 1141.
FOIl'MALlS-Sir win" Lonslder K'od tour-
lint tar aa part pnyinent nu first class
dressmaklnir, heinslllrhlns;, pleating and
biitlona made to order business, old es
Ishllfhed trade, duliiK woiidetful biislnesa,
selling ut a sscrlflie on arcounl of health.
Address Ideal PressinaklnK Parlor, (01
F.nulty Illda-., Mui.Uo-ee, Okla.
NKW col,)-; 1, 7-psssernrer tourlnd wire
wheels and full ei(ulunent. Ilox 1117.
At'Til HIU'IM.IKH ANI1 ItKrAIHS " ll
We repair all makes of cars. The work
la done In a satisfactory manner, delivered
on Mine, and our t'liariiea are reasonable.
Fled Hhaw Motor Corporation, IK W.
Foil HAI.f; New"etenilon buinper"rair.
rhone )saB 11715.
f)A ii moSi;"v
I've been rlvlnn anllsfuclnry repair serv
ice to Tulss csr owners for three yesrs:
work done In onr own Karsae; 15 ears
etperlnure nn all inakea. Cedar 814.
We paint yolir car without delsy. and rii
It rUht. Ilrlim your csr around and 1st
us ulve you an estimate on Ihe coat of
rerinlahlnej It. Art Heoln, with
FlthTI SHAW' MOTOIl COIII'OltATION
1I H. Iloulder Phone Dim. 1)11.
Ono lDlfi Marmon 7-imssnnBer
Three 191S Marmon Chuinmyn
Ono 1917 Mtirmon Itoadster
Above Mnrmons am all In first class eondltloni reimlnled and
thoroughly overhauled. Call for demonstration, or stop In nno
Inspect these ears. Prices range from Jli.-iOO up.
1920 Hudson Spi-edsler. Oood as now.
J DUO Ilulck Itoadster; 5 Itoyal Cord Urea. Same ns new.
131K II. A. L. 12 Itoadster. Wire wheels and new paint.
19 IK II A. L Touring; wire wheels, special paint nnd double
1920 B-piiHHe-nger Jordan; slightly used.
1920 Liberty Itoadster; 5 tires and looks like new.
1917 7-Paisenger Saxon. Sent covers and good rubber.
19H 7-1'rmwnger Htudehaker. A good Jitney car.
19IS 5-Pasrentter Ville; 5 good tlreH and good paint.
191S Oldsmoblle lt'jiulster. A dandy.
1917 llubk, S-l'iisseiiger. (lood rubber and completely' over
1917 Dodge 5-P.isKengor, Oood little cur.
1919 Liberty Itoadster.
1920 Cole 8. (lood as new and looks like now.
1919 Dodge Speedster. Pent buy in town,
19 II 7 -Passenger Cadillac.
1917 7-PaM)oni;or Jordan.
1918 6-Passt-iiger Auburn.
1920 7-Pn wen bit Mel'arland. Disc, wheels and run 1,600 miles.
1919 7-Passengcr Chevrolet. A bargain.
1919 6-Passenger Ilulck. Coril tires.
1919 Hudson Sedan, Completely overhauled and repainted.
Wo Co BJffrfs Motoff
701-3 Bouth Main St 1,1,0,10 0lta b,0
Call for J. II. Hit,!'
At TOMIIIIII.F.i t-f t NAtH
Lady's brown fur coat, skunk collar
and cuffs, nnd black lynx scarf.
Phono Osage 2360,
Stlidebaker lllg Six Tourlnjf.
Stiidebnker 17 4-Cyl. Tourlnr.
Ilulck 4 Touring.
Uulck fl Itoadster, Out down.
Overland Club Itoadster.
f.-Volt Wlllard IUltery. nlmort nw.
Wclsh-McNulty Motor Co
Fourth and Frankfort
Two enclosed Dodge bodies $23 each,
Ono Olds 41 enclosed body, 500 used
casings any prlco you want. Kin
gears und pinions most any make.
1,200 springs, now and used. 11 rake
lining 7fio per ft,. Parts radiator
and blocks for most any car.
21C F. Second Phono Osago 3744
1919 Otiltland Touring. .'. .$350 Cah
1918 Maxwell $275 Cash
1919 Ford Itoadster 1200 Caah
Ilulck Six Touring 1350 Cah
Dodgo lloadster $275 Cash
1917 Ford noadtrter...... 1200 Cash
W8 Will Trade
8th nnd Main Osago 451
Generator iind equipment for charg
ing battery nnd lighta; cost $450,
our price 1150.
21C 12. Second HL
Ilulck Light Six. 6-pasM-ngr, al
most now; now paint, new top, now
curtains, fl new cord Urea; equipped
with Alomllo grease cups. Win
sacrifice for $1,!60 cnh. Muat sell
See MR. BAKER
Tulsa Offico Equipment
216 8. Iloulder