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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1020.
BOOST WOOD (FOR
Newest Crop of Guesses
us to Harding's
OR. HILL A FAVORITE
precedent Is In Favof of a
Civilian for Head of War
Department, la Recalled.
lly llASCOM N. TIMMONS.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6. Gossip
that Hernial I,oonardWood mny bo
crctary ot the Interior In tho
Harding ' iblnot Is ono of tho latest
MU ol b' "P t,mt lM KutlliiK around
followliib tho return horu of Presl-jciil-ik
IKu Ji "ie, whenever General
Wuoa lJ uuoii iiiunliuneil lor u
ijbiutt i Hollo 11 linn Oven US HOC
rrry n -ir- 11 18 "-dd. thui
ti.k'Dl Wecllun to una. It has
U'wi tin. i iih.omi to appoint u civilian
fccad of ii' vvu depaument.
At a l .iHun why General Wood
fhould 'j appointed secretary of in
urlur It w hii'd til"'- (treat uh has
been his record n .i mllltury man,
hi, gri.ile.it KenlUH whs Mhuwn "In
Cuba as n civil administrator, tliut
j,e u hi d In nil parts of tho
country aid knows tho work of tho
Interior department perhaps liettcr
lhan an, man who has bcun men
tioned fir fi post., s
Folli'W'iig the -rival of President
elrct Hauling the cnlilnot makers
hair red milled their efforts. There
has teen big I Iff In the stock of
Dr. David Jnycie Hill ns the possible
new fecretary of state. Talk of
Hoot and Hushes lias died awny en
tirely and It Is coming to ho the be
llf that the III health of Penntor
Knox wl'l prevent his taking the
Doctor Hill madi! an excellent
record as ambassador tn f!ertnuny.
He M consistently stood against the
Versailles treaty. An authority on
diplomacy, on which ho ha written
several books, It Is urged by many
party leaders that 11111 would bo the
Ideal man for premier In the Hard
New gossip Is nlso to tho effect
th former Senator George Suther
land of 1'tah may bo given the Hard
Ins prrmlrrshlp, Heretofore tho
Sutherland speculation h.m been
that he would 'Kit to the Interior or
become attorney general. Ad
mitteiU)' Sutherland has tho quali
fications for rny one of the three
offices. It Is regarded as "certain
that he will be found In some cabinet
poft after March 4.
Whether or not Harry M. Daugh
crty desires to be a member of tho
callnet Is still a mooted question.
Dausherty Is a lawyer. A year or
tavo In the cabinet would enhnnco
Ms prestige. Ho may want It and it
he docs the plncc that would fit hint
iikc a glove is ntiorney general.
If Daufrherty does not want to go
hto the cabinet then therq I a be
lief here that Hill for secretary of
ttate, Sutherland for attorney cen
tral ntid Wood for secretary of in
terior Is a fine guess.
If Daugherty does want to go into
the cabinet then Sutherland for sec
retary of state, Daugherty for attor
ney Keneral ami Wood for secretary
of Interior Is another kuokh. In this.
ewe It- is considered likely that Dr.
Hill would bo hcnt oh ambassador to
the coutt of St. James.
filfis for all the family, look under
ilav-lflcatluu fll-A today anil every
oav iiiiiii iiritmiiM. Arm.
PIONEER DIES A
Saw Living Canines
Transformed Into "Hot
Dogs" for Dutch Lunch
Special to The World,
I'ONCA CITV. Dec. fi. Thero
were a few men who attended thu
second annual Dutch luiich of the.
l'nnca City chamber of commerce
who did not eat, although hungry,
nnd It happened In Dili way. Ono
of tho pilnclpai eats at tho lunch
eon was "hot dogs" which formed
tho chief Ingredient of tho sand
wiches, together with onions,
pickles, ohoosu nnd everything,
Tho lunch was served by tho high
school boys who also provided tho
entcitainment for tho evening In
tho way of athletic events.
In order to mako tho "hot dog"
fenturo seem a leallty, tho boys
had prepared a largo hopper with
u crank Jllst underneath and n
long spout protrudliiR from u box
that contained tho crnnl:. Tho
entire injohlno was on Icgn nnd
stood about five feet high. Threu
live dugs were led in, two Iloston
bulls and a cur, and as theso were
fed Into the hopper, ono at a time,
nnd tho crunk was turned, several
boys were kept busy pulling "hot
iIors" from tho crank box Into
pans, And tliey wcro steamlnR
hot! There were n few fellows,
with tender stoiunchs whoso ap
petite failed, but the "hot dogs"
went tapldly in tho hands of all
tho rest. '
The athletic events consisted of
three boxing bouts, four wrestling
matches, several tumbling acts, alt
by high school boys, anil a basket
ball game between fathers and
sons, with tho sons winning (5 to 2.
l'at Tlilnnlni; Hanks or C. A. It.
(Yliinii'itlcil I'lwin by Wouich'h
Special tnTlio World,
I'MM'A i.'ITY, Dec. . The ranks
of tho 11. A. It. nro thinning rapidly
In this section of Oklahoma, theru
being only 14 of tho boys who woro
tho bluo now living in this city Kour
of them aru hodfiud. This became
known ntjii dinner, given at tho
chamber rtf comnurco hall today by
tho Women's Relief corps, compli
mentary to their department presi
dent, Miss Mitblo Veach of I'awnee.
Only five members of tho O. A. It.
were present. Tho women elected
officers for tho ensuing year as
Mrs. Lizzie Hurst, president: Mrs.
Kmma Iewls, senior vice president;
Mrs. Marie Cooper, Junior vice pies
Ident; Mrs- Nellie llrueuhoefer,
treasurer; Mrs. Martha Campbell
chaplain; Mrs. i;lla Kox, conductor
and Mm. Jennie Hurst, guard.
The following delegates wore elect;! .,, . s,.,,uri:., Mark
od to tho department or stato connrla,VJTnlvfid.
rni tin i ill i't- iii; 11 ti k onu wiin.- iicai
May: Mrs. Kll.i Kox, Mrs. ' Mario
Cooper anil Mrs. Mae Johnson; alter
nates: Mrs. Jennto Hurst, Mrs. Caro
line Ureeblo and Mrs. Caroline
Although Twice Imprison
ed and Twice Thought
Special toTh Wurld.
I'ONCA CITY, Dec. 6. William A
1-ooeh, whoso death and burial oc
purred durlngthe past wei-k at Now
kirk, this county, lived to bo SO years
and nine months old, although ho
wns left for dead on tho Cedar
Mountain, Va.. battlefield and re
malned on the field three days be
foro It was discovered that ho was
alive. I .iter, on May 3, 1863, he was
again wounded and taken prisoner
during the battlo of Chaucellorsvlllo,
lecvlvlng wounds from which .ho
never lecovered nnd which were tho
clause of his being discharged from
the setvlce In Apill, U64,
Ho had enlisted at DarllnRtnn,
Wl., Just seven days ufter Fort
Sumpter was fired on, In the Third
Wisconsin Infantry- He was In the
service over four years, was twlco
wounded, twice taken prisoner, and
was confined both In l.tbby and Hell
Island pilsons. lie canto to Okla
homa when the Cherokee strip was
opened In ISO J and hotneste.ided a
claim near Klldare, this county, but
moved into .NowKirK uliotil six years
POULTRY CLUBS GROWING
llojs mill (ilrls 'I'll!. In (iicnt Inter-
st In 1 1121 fa i in Work.
Hpeclal ti Tho VtorM,
I'ONCA flTV, Dec C. -Tho boys
and git Is of the rutins throughout
Kay county ate lining up with
County Kai in Agent William
K. tlruy lor latin aib urn lor tho
ensuing year. Kay county has
claimed the distinction during WiX),
of having uioro lni and girls in
farm clulm than any other county of
the state, and It Is still claiming tho
Honor of being the first county In
thu United States In poultry clutut.
In this connection it In Interesting
to unto that the greatest number of
the bnvs nnd girls, already In lliv
for 1921, Is for poultry clubs. Ten
bavo sent In their names to dray
for poultry clubs, t for pig fatten
ing clubs, 2 for pennuts, 2 for wheat,
and 1 for sheep, Of this tot il of
19, six give their postotflce address
ns lllackwelt, S Newklrk, n llrnuian.
I Hnrdy, and 2 each Torn a i Mtl and
Kaw City. ,
i, ays to Is.tiro Ills pro(l.m:Ui".i l
clarliig llroken Anew a it;y "f ;'i
fhst class. It Is ox,ii.' I 'he n
.t ...It.lu ,, ( I.... ...Ill !, ul I in
all, iiit tho first of the new .Vi'li. I
D.'i-. (1' tabl II moil I U
illi. e.ght inlb-l south id
liny tiocs to Slock Show,
Si I'll In Tim World.
cf Illi? Cabin.
i v ! ' ti ' f the five b ns I
the stale who will get a trip t no , c
. iti.ii.M'ii'a shows at Chiia i Dv
go this winter, tiervd won urn i
itl?p a the slate lair mis i,iu in uu
stock Judging conies', and the flu
rago trip Is til,. ptl.e
An did Game Works.
Special to The World.
VINITA, Dec. 6 -Officers of tho
law were called to tho Timber Hill
district 12 miles north of this city
Thursday evening by farmers who
claimed that two groups of mfcn
had been through that neighbor
hood In automobiles canvassing for
groceries and collecting In udvance
lor tno goons, tho larmors oc
camo suspicious that they were be
Ing "worked" and called tho offl
cers. but the latter arrived too late
to locate tho men who had quiCKiy
gotten out of that neighborhood.
Legislators Finish Tour.
KAVKTrKVIMjU, Ark., Dec.
Arknnsas legislators lodav concluded
their tour of five agricultural col
leges with" an inspection of tho col
lege ut tho University of Arkansas.
Other Institutions visited during tho
past week were tho agricultural col
leges at Ames, Iowa, Columbia, Mo
Urbann, ill., and Iifayclte, Indiana.
For Her Christmas
What gift could.be a greater evidence of your ,
thoughtfulness or bring more lasting joy into
your home than a SIMPLEX IRONER? Fifty
two times each year for the one who irons it
instead of a day of wearisome toil; it will save
her strength and vitality, and give her hun
dreds of hours of freedom in which to enjoy
books and friends and outdoor pleasures. In
addition to the dividends paid in happiness,
it is a sound business investment for in a year -it
will actually pay for itself in the saving!
on fuel, help and laundry bills.
n iure to set the Simplex the depend
able, relUbl ironer. Over 250,040 uscrt,
an evidence of Its marked superiority.
American Ironing Machine Company, Chicago
See the Simplex tir&ionsuatcd by
doih;i: riji.rimr company
r.lcclrliiil ICimlni'ers arid Contruclors.
110-131 Ijist Second .Street
I'liono Cedar 1HO ConnmliiK All
OKIiAIIO.MA l'OST.f ClIANfiKS,
Three Stiillons llnlM'tl to Interna
WASHINdTO.V. Dec. B Tho nost-
offlcos at Crowder, Duke. I'crHhlng,
lllngwond, SltcK and Willow, Okln.,
will become international nostofflccti
on January 3, tho postofflco depart-
nient announces. ,
The postufflcv at I-ela, Noble
county, has been moved 1.100 feet
northward Into l'nwnco county nnd
that at Wesley, Atoka county, a
quarter of a mile northwest of Its
Tn ft (ittest of Mc!rmv.
Kpielal to The World.
I'ONCA (MTJr. Dec. Will for
mer President 'William II. Tnft. dls
cuss tho league of nations In his ad'
dress In this cltv on tho evonlnc of
December 9 V This Is the qutstlon
that la being asked everywhere here
since his subject for that date has
x'icen announced as "Our Place
Among the Nations'. While In this
city eh will bo tho personal guest
of .1. J. McGraw, former republlcun
I'ONCA CITY, Dc. 0. Mnny
dairymen and farmers In this sec
tion ut the state declare that their
cows, have not returned to their
regular flow of milk since thu fly
scourge.'' during September nnd Oc
tober. During tho six wocKs- period
of tho scourge, tho files' attacked
tho cattle continuously and so
weakened- tho cows that their milk
supply practically fallen, and the
vitality of tho animals has not as
yet beenmo normal. The scourge
continued until stopped by cooler
Broken Arrow A'ocs
D. H. McCreay was brought to
his homo In this city Ktlday lilghl
from olltou, suffering from a brok
en foot which ho sustained as the
result of an accident whlli at work
ill t liu oil fk'li. The mishap will
force Mr. Mcureay to icmaln at
homo for somo time giving tho In
jured member can; and attention,
Thu fifth annual Tulsa county
poultry association sliow came to a
closo Saturday evening after one ot
thu most successful showings In thi
history of tho organization Theie
was a largo attendance durlngiich
uf tho four da)H the show was open
and many rino birds from notii lo
oil and foreign exhibitors .competed
for tho premiums, the list of wbluli
wim inure attractivu this year than
usual. T. V. Wood of Kayetto, M'i.,
a recognized authority on poultry,
was the Judge, and Ills decisions
met with thq approval of tho exhl
J, II, Horry and wlfu have re
turned from a motor trip And a
week's visit to homo folk at Cleve
land, their former home, where Mr
Kerry also looked ufter business
I.runurd Ilngby is confined to his
home on North Main street with a
gunshot In tho knee, tho result of
tho accidental illchargn of a rum
ho and two companions were ex
amlnlns.at tho victim's home. This
Is tho second recent serious acci
dent to befall a member of this fam
ily, tin' older brother, IVerett Hag
by, now being nt the homo of a uls
ter In Sapulpa, recovering from the
effects of tho amputation of bath
legs by a train In the railroad jards
of that city only a short time ago,
The first rcgJilar semi monthly
meeting of thu city council for De
cumber will bo held Monday night,
December 6. at which time the of
ficials of tho, present .ulrnliilivu'.lon
will tiiko their first steps placlnt; the
municipal house In order for the of
ficers elected December 2. Tho re
sults of tho recent election June
been certlflod to by tho county elec
tion board to Governor llobur'.soii,
who fs expected within tho next tow children. Advt
RFTTFP THAN iM
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COLDS AND FLUi
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New Elixir. Culled Aamronnl. k
Meclicnted With Latest,
Scientific Remedies, Used i
( and Endorsed by European 1
- nnd American Army Sur
geons to Cut Short a Cold
and Prevent Complications.
Every Druggist in U. S. In
structed to Refund Price
While You Wait at Counter
If Relief Does Not Come
Within Two Mirjutcs,
Delightful Taste, Immediate
Relief, Quick Warm-Up.
Tho sensation of tho year In tho
drug trade is Asplionul, tho two
minute cold and cough relleei- au
thoritatively guaranteed by the lab
oratories; tested, approved and most
enthusiastically endoiscd by lb"
highest authmltles, and proclaimed
by the cotillion pvopbt ns ten (Iiikk
as quick and effective oh whisky,
lock and rye, or any other cold and
cough remedy they have ever tiled.
All drug Mores ate now supplied
with tho wonderful new elixir, so
all you have to do to get rid ot that
cold Is to step Into the nearest drug
stoic, hand tho clerk half a dollar
for a buttle of AsplroniI and tell
him to nerve you two t,ispoonsfut
with four teaspoonsful ( of water
In iiydass. with your watch In
youtr hand, take tho drink at one
swallow and cult for your money
back In two minutes If you cannot
feel your rold fading away like a
dream within th'i time limit. Don't
bo bashful, for all druggists Invito
you and expert you tu try It. Every
body's doing It.
When your cold or cough is re
lieved, take tho remainder ot the
bottle homo to your wife and babies,
for Asplronal Is by fur tho safest
nnd most effective, tho easiest to
tuku and the niml agreeable cold
lind cough remedy for Infants nd
The flavor planned
especially for the hot-breads
of the South
'HOSE famous liot-brcads and
pancakes of every Southern home
how cood they taste to the
youngsters back for the holidays I
To make a syrup exactly suited to
these beloved hot-breads was the great
ambition of two young Southerners.
Twenty-two years ago these two
Louisianians, their memories full of
the delicious sweets of canc-crtishing
time down on the old plantation, de
termined to match that old-time
lusciousness, product for product.
They put up and perfected one
product after another, each the finest
of its kind. Soon they were the biggest
packers of sugar cane products in the
world. Then their great ambition was
fulfilled they began the making of
their cherished syrnp.
-This syrup is now at your grocer's.
Brer Rabbit they called it, in honor
of the hero of the plantation stories of
their boyhood. Already it js the largest
selling high-grade syrup in the world.
Order a can today. There
are two Jirer Rabbit syrups.
Tht straight pu re juiceolhcsugar
(4ie blue label) and a miller
syrup eft modified sweetness
(Iroun label). This latter syru p
is especially put up for those
kIio prejer a softening of the
rich sweetness cf old-fashioned
plantation syrup. Enjoy the
noted Brer Rabbit flavor to
night! Penick U ford, Ltd.,
X aW. mlI aaaamjfJaaTJaTaWirTT'7Ja,fcrTJr 1 ' fim
m m n i'
TREPARED I1Y THE WORLD'S LARGEST PACKERS OF SUGAR CANE PRODUCTS
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;j I Just 16 More Shopping Days Until Christmas
Most Clinstniitrt shopping HhIs Bhow
"slippers" lit tho very top of tho
list Slippers symbolize comfort
personified ; a gracious personal
and most welcome :ifl. We're ready
with the most comprehensive stocks.
-Felt Slippers for men, women and children
-Boudoir Slippers for women and children
Main Floor Specials
Cotton Bats, Special, $2.39
Criss-Cross Carded; made in one
solid sheet. Three pounds.
Wool Batts, Special, $3.98
Fine selected wool in one sheet.
1 Fancy Bath Towels, Special, 98c
Colored plaids anil white, with
fancy colored borders.
Regularly to $1.50.
Fine Huck Towels, Special, 39c
Scalloped edge, in pink, blue and
Colored Handkerchief Linen, $2.20
Pure Linen, 36 inches wide.
"Duckland" and "Northland"
Cotton Fleece, Special, 29c
JuVenile designs in ull colors.
Japanese Crepe, Special, 19c
Fancy only 32 inches wide.
Fancy Kimono Cloth, Special, $1.19
Beautiful designs and colors.
36 inches wide.
( Regularly $1.50 and $1.75.
Hotel Towels and Bed
ding at Special Prices
Hotel Towels, Special, Dozen $1.95
Good grade.of cotton, huck, plain
and red border.
Size 16x32-inch. ' i
"Pequot" Sheets, Special, Dozen
Barber Towels, Special, Dozen $1.00
Wearwcll Sheets, Special, Dozen
Bedspreads, Special, Each $3.59
Scalloped and cut corner, white
Full double'bed size.
Pillow Cases, Special, Dozen $4.50
'12x3C-incii, good heavy muslin.
Bath Towels, Special, Dozen $4.50
.Heavy white Terry.
Women's Felt Slippers, Made by
"Daniel Grocn," combining beauty
with comfort; plain antl fancy trim
med; soft sole; colors are rose,
pink, blue, lavender, gray, taupe,
brown and black; all sizes.
Priced $2.50 and $3.00 Pair
Fur-trimmed "Julieltos," some in
gray, wine and black; all sizfcs.
Priced at $3.00 Pair
Beautiful All-Satin Slipper, dainty
..pink, blue and lavender, one-inch
and a quarter satin covered concavoi
heel; all sizes; at price of
Children's Slippers, Attractive and
Warm, quilted satin, beautifully
finished; red only; sizes 5'j to 2.
Priced at $2.75 Pair
Warm, regular cut pattern Child's
Felt Slippers, with buckskin soles;
fancy trimmed; sizes 6'. to 2.
Priced at $2.25 anud $2.2(5 Pair
Men's Comfortable Soft Sole Felt
Slippers, just the thing for comfort;
colors are brown, oxfond and black;
all sizes. Priced $3.00 Pair
Shoe Section, Second Floor,
Christmas Gift Offers
From 'the Art Needle
work Section Balcony
Finished Models 2 Price
Centers, Scarfs, Aprons, Lunch
Sets, Doilies, Gowns, Teddies, etc.
Children's Stamped Dresses,
Completely made, ready for em
broidering. Made of chambray, gingham,
crepe and voile.
Sizes from 2 years to 18.
Regularly $2.00 to $-1.50.
Stamped Lunch Sets, Special, 98c
Thirteen pieces, stamped on good
quality Mt. Millick cloth.
Suitable for colored embroidery.
Turkish Toweling Laundry Bags,
White and colors.
Stamped Lunch Cloths, Special
72-inch size. .Made of Indian
head muslin and clover bleach.
Breakfast Sets, Special, 98c.
Stumped on unbleached muslin.
Stamped Gowns, Special $1.98
Completely made, ready for em
broidering. . Made of nainsook. Stamped with
KNOW what you
prices used in our
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