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LONG LINES OF
Thin Woman In Now
a County Prosecutor
Care Must Bo Taken to
Make Food Supply
'AIR SHOES SERVES 2
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TULSA DAILY WORLD FRTD -W. DECEMBER 10. 1920
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For fiose o" oir patrons who have been looking
from iVOW an Christmas JANUARY CLEARANCE
on January 15 we have made preparations to
hi Buy NO W, effect your saving NO W. But
months instead of one
m d half.
i : S
I, so we offer it in this manner. All our
hmmed and plain, beautifully silk lined
Unheard of vahies on coats for this early in the season. We be
lieve this to be one of the most attractive offers in this DO IT
NOW SALE. Beautiful coats and wraps in marvela, orlando,
evora, fortuna, chamoisteen, veldyno, bolivia, silvertone and
numerous other materials. Collared with mole, nutria, beaver,
raccoon, australian opossum and skunk.
house at just
Up to. $100 Coats, now $75.00
Up to $150 Coats, how $112.50
' Up to $200 Coats, now $125.00
vUp to $250 Coats, now 7$ 00
Up to $350 Coats, now $225 00
Pure Thread Silk Hose in heavy quality, full fashioned foot
and silk garter top, black, brown, white and silver
Mlre' urs an enviable position. Theirs
m For whether she be sixteen or sixty, golden
mie person, sh e will welcome furs, Th at th ey
msclcctthem here where qualities are highest.
hat formerly sold for $35.00
umhat formerly sold for $50.00
Woks, formerly sold for $75.00 '
man Foxes, formerly for $85. 00
WW formerly sold for $100.00
fw, formerly sold for $135.00
m Former Low Prices
mat time of purchase.
'$carfi Throws, Capes, Coatees, Coats and
'fmh quality, moderately priced
All bur Blouses, Waists and Smocks, nothing reserved, at
exactly I Off.
Silk Top Wool Black Hose in popular ribbed effects. Warm
er than pure wool, without the objectionable weight
Heavy Quality Satin and Crepe do Chine Knee Length
Thread Silk Hose, lisle foot and garter top; black and brown
Heavy Quality Satin and Crepe do Chine
Camisoles, Lace trimmed
Without extra charge any of the above items
will be placed in a Christmas Holly Box
Mli"( Mury If I'.ncy will take
fflu' rin prnNcuillng attorney nf
Imkuw county, Ohio In Jiinmiry
ci' lurii' lu In Logan Ohio.
.DVANCE "WEATHER" DOPE
m'iilN Mouths Aln-ntl Will lli
OTTAWA, Ontario, Dee. 0.
'eathur fnrcciiHtn for iuoiiIIih uhran
III In' ihihhIiIIi) within a ( yenra
i n dliect result of solar oliirvn
on, It. .M. titowart, iinnlntulit tllri'C
ir of tho dominion observatory
day told tho Hoyul ntitronoinlcal
fli'ty of Canada.
Tin1 nun him great Influence over
.iryltiR weather condition on tint
irth mill teeent nbnorva.lon of It
nvo luil to liollcf thnt olinurviitorlrH
III liii nlilii to iirfiliot with ncrnrary
in KniTiil lionil of weather for nix
iimtliH yr even ft your aheail, ho
llit, To be; itlilo to foretell tlln
mount of iirerltiltatlon nml tlm sen
al ti'iiipcnilurn for miveml inonthH
l iiilvanco limy tnu no or even 100
nirrf or oliKcrvntlon, tin adilcil, mi.
xtircuMeil tho rnnflilenco of tho !-
rvatory that thin end would ho
3ERGER APPEAL IS HEARD
npiviiM) ('oiiti I.UtriiN to Ariciinii'iilN
In SiH'Irtllnt'H rum!.
WAHIIINUTON, iUne. 9. Argu
eutn wuru heard hy tlm nuiirrmo
iurt today on the. apimal of Victor
JtiKtr, editor Hi tlm .MllwuuKvn
,ender and twlrn elected to oun
,ruH froin WUeontiln on tho ftovlal
at tlrkct, from IiIm rouvlctlou under
ho eKpiotiuito net. C'ouiiwl for
JerKcr iiIko iiroKnnted to tlm
cunt hrlefH and urKUiunntn In uuti
iurt of their petition that tho
ntli'o rano he dlmnlnHcd and prom;
iltlon nliiited, on tho craund that
edi'ral .linlito I.iiikIIm, who prrHlded
t .ho trial, u prejudiced nuulnut
Tlm (irKUtncnla will ho continued
lad to He Undressed to Pre
vent Them Secreting Mor
kcIh for Home Folks.
I'AKIS, Dec, !. Tho mlwry ot
Aiixtrln'N huiiKry rhlldrcn In told ity
Merro Kamp, writing In a I'arln
weekly. Ho watched tho breadlines
lieforo tho noun kllcheim whero
Ainerlrnn relief nKriielen urn feeding
nil thiifln under H years of Ke.
At th door eaclf child must nhow
a rnrd and whon they leavo they are
t f i lied, i.ays .M. llanip.
Ileeaimo there I not enough for
nil the huimry to hn fed, thu children
nay nut rarrv away food, yet tho
keen lnlelllK"iice of the younu iiotno-
men nutwiiM tho Wittchfiilncu ot
"To hn mire," nno of tho manaRorn
old him, "we nhould huvo to un-
dreHH the children. One Klrl nut her
nllcen of lirend In her tocklngn. Tn
next week Mio came wltli a rag ovr
Imr chuek, nayiiiK )o had tho tooth--tc.tie.
Under tho cloth ulto hd a
ump of broad."
I'olntlnif to two llttla rlrln. aha
.inld, "Oten I must force thorn to
rat. flrlef ut the thought that their
mother linn nnthlnr kill their fcoue-
tlte, UtileNi 1 watch thorn tha broad
hoy lenva on the tablo la takon by
Another llttlo Klrl. wenrlnir men'
ihocn In which her feet wore loat
.rled to rrowd in ahead of hr turn.
Hent hack In tho lino, aha crlad.
Adked why, thn child explained aha
wni wearing the only ahoea In tho
ramlly. Klio wanted to hurry back
(i her brother might have tho ahoea
! come, in hla turn, while thero
till wai fond,
"They are people," aald tho mana
ger, "wIioko prldu la not yet dead.
They would not lot their children bo
aeon In th street barefoot."
A tho children tints In line anil
havo their bowls filled with cocoa
they begin at onco to drink and to
eat tho while bread, They uro too
hungry to wait until aeatod,
UoineUmcK, ah thu children leave.
they urn compellod to ralae their
aritia, for aomo hold hidden bread.
In their armplta; and aometlmea
they nre aearched for many would.
If they could, conceal food (or tho
hungry mother nt home.
:etch railway president
'nuion'ii Adinlnlitrntor lycctrd to
Siicirril Into Kmploycr,
I'OUT WOHTII, Texan, Dec. 9 At
i meetliiK of tho dlrectorn nf thu
W'lchlUi KuIIm, Itar.ger & Port
.Vol t li railroad In Itanh'er lunt night,
rank Ketch of Ardmorn, adinlnlif
rator nf thn Jakn Jj. Hamuli eslute,
van eluded preMldctit to uuccecu
llamon, Jlamon hax been vice-
prenldrmt. I In will ho aucreeded In
he latter poaltlnn by J, II. I'Tuifl',
iimlHtnnt to tho prenldcnt. Thn attor-
e)H or the railroad annoiincod upon
heir nrrlval hero today that tho
Minion railway pollclea will bo con
Inued In tho future ax In tho punt
itnl that all thn Improvementu nut-
Ined for tho nil rieldn will bo com-
lUillniml Veteran Hot Iron.
OMAHA, Nub., Dec. 8, Cleorge
', HoldrldK", or Omaha, pioneer
ailway man of tho mlddlo wen
uduy nnnoiiuced ho would retire.
IJecuinbur 31, nn general mnnuger
or tho ChlciiKo, llurllngtnn At
Qulncy llm-H went of tho Mlxnouri
Ivor, a portion wnicu uio nan neni
or thn hint 31 yeam.
up i n;
m:v yohk iiaik siioi ani
Sin South Main Over IU'iilcrp;'a
For Expectant Mothers
Used IV Three Generations
iff rot aoo(iiTi aoTHitNooB mi, m,
moniio RtaguToi Co. Birf, -o, ttunu. e.
Howard Sanford, Mgr.
I'lioiU! tagt) 0018
URGE WOOL EMBARGO
Growera DrcUrr IiniMinntlon Muht
lie HtopiHI to IrotfCt
WARHINOTON, Dec- . An em
bargo on wool and ahoep Importation
waa urged beforo tho houae waya
and meana committee and the aenata
agriculture commlltoea today by
roprenentatlveii ot the wool grower
Huch legislation waa neceaiury, they
aald, to aavo a great Irdumry threat
ened by the coliapeo'of tho wool anil
nheep marketa. The embargo ehould
bn retained until tho revision of thu
tariff. Dr. 8. W. McClure, roprcaont
lug tho National Wool Growers asso
ciation, told tho aonato committor.
wo aro iioing rutnva ny tne im
port of wool and moata," ho aald.
adding that wool men should bo
helped first because their condition
waa worse than that In any other
Homeiiung nan got to im none,"
lie continued, "otherwise. It meana
utilverHul bankruptcy In tho west."
Thero In now In trlorago In tnn
United HtalcM BUS, 000, 000 pounds of
wool, doctor McCluro wild, enough
for two ycura supply.
woo Imported from Argentine, no
added, la selling In American at 9
cents a pounds, while it costs tne
American producer 1 cents a pound
to market Ills products. Ho esti
mated that 06 nor cent or this year'a
clip In tho United Htates waa unsold.
FARMERS TO HELP HAflDINQ
Committee Nnn.etl to Aid Him In
Sclivtlng AKi'ciilturo KcrrcUry.
INOIANAl'OMH, Hid.. Dec.
Appointment or u committee repro
scntlng the American Kami Bureau
federation to confer with President
elect Harding regarding tho saleo-
tlon c,r a secrotary ot agricuuure,
was authorized today at a meeting
of tho federation now cxccutlvo
rrisldont J. L. Howard of tho
federation, who was authorized to
damn tho committee, said no action
was taken IndorHlnu unyono for
tho appointment. Ho nnnouiicud to
tho board that mo prosiueni-eieut
had Invited tho roderatlon to aend
a commltteo to him, promising not
to dutermlna upon unyono until he
had conferred with tho federation.
Thn committee, whloh will b
named later, will probably moot
llHrdlnu In Washington soon uftor
Christmas, It was euld. Namea of
several posslblo appolntoea were
submitted by tho bourd, but no for
mal action taken regarding any.
Among those mentioned were Her
bert Hoover, former food adminis
trator; Henry Wallace, Dee Moines,'
lowaj Senator Cappor of Kanias;
nnv.rnnr l.nwden of llllnola and
Harold O. l'owell. manager oi mo
Cultforntit Krult arowora1 exchange.
18 CLOTIIESIilNK THIEF BACK?
Man llcporOi Tlieft of tJoHtly I.iiu-n
iToin Liino una i run in iiiiii-r-.
.Haa tho clothesllno thief como
back? l'ollro aro wondcrlnt:
B. J. Huslnn, 1317 Bast riKond,
leported yesterday afternoon that n
$35 llnon tablo cloth had been
stolon off of his clothc'llno 'a
tlini during thu morning, Track
leading to tho clothesline from trio
alley Indicated lhat n person of alia
had removed thu table cloth, ac
cording to Haslan. Although thtj
M u.o first robbery of this Klna
that has been reported I" the 1 polM
f r humetlme. Hoslan sa d lhat It
was not tho first that had occurred
In his neighborhood.
Now Tclephon1 Directory.
Now telephone directory goes to
nresa soon. Arrange for changeH
and advertising Hpace now Advt,
rhrlstniiiH sliiipperh' u'lilil1', rlnsnl
flcalloii Ul :, todU)'B puicr. AUvU