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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920
News of Sapulpa
Admits Complicity in
West Frankfort Riots
FOR BOND DEAL
Wertzburger Indicted in
Case Where Bonds Are
r , to Th World. .....
HAITI. I'A, Dvc ti Word has been
i. lived litre today from .Stillwater
t the conviction of U. 0. Worlzutir
,,,r, prominent oil man, on u churui'
It lielrm Implicated In tho rmlu of
bonds ullfged to lmvo been stolon
from b'lnk 111 Oleneof. A vurdlct
of cudiy wuh returned by thu Jury
Hltn only h few rninutex of tlellli
irutim. 'i'lm punishment was left
to the judgment of tho court wlilen
tu fur ri;iH not pronounced sentence.
w ..ririiiTiriT nan been a resident
of Sapuipa for many yearn and hn
been prominently connected In pub.
ii ..fin mi. I la linn nerved a term an
city auditor and also ha coininianlonf r
of fl'.atie". Kor tho Inst lew yearn
he h.ut uecn in i"" "
number of Sapulpana lmvo been In
til, water for tho last few da uu
wittK'SKUH in ino cane.
i Kiipiilpu Major iSivn C'hlo Tnllt.
ilayur J. ttutlo Hone, Hpoku boforo
.... i ... mla illlli VI'Hll'lllllV nil L'lVlU
problem., l'coplo becomo too much
txcited over tho occurrunco of two
cr llireu robberies, ho wild. Tho laws
... I,.., ...ixtiiiiiir. In th ii rltv will bo
utrk'ly enforced, Mono declared', but
no matter how much effort Is ex-m-nrtcd
by tho city authorities there
will always bo omo K-imbllmr, Tho
sinio Is truo of robberlott, llono buIU.
' "Not enough attention In paid the
Industrial population" llono declared.
Them ought to bo an lndimtrlal
bank hero and If someone don't or
ganize a bank along that lino 1 will
when 1 leave office."
i i i - -
Mineral KcrWiva for Mrs. SmltlmlcU
Jlrn. William H. Hmlthwlck. 3S
years old, who died of porltonltln lit
Omaha, Neb., was burled hero thin
aftrrnoon. lMnern? t-ervlci8 wore"
ijheld at tho llaptlat church with Hev.
J. Ounkwrltjht officlatlnR. Mrs.
Smilhwlch In a former resident of
this city and has a daughter living
here. Interment wns at tho south
Hold Slolnllrc! I'lim-ral.
Funeral ncrvlces for a. W. Mcln
tire, who died from heart trouble
jesterday morning wcro held todny
with ltev. J. i:. Outlaw In charge of
the service at tho Hufflngton chapel.
Ho was "I years of age.
Mr. Winshlp lic.
Mrs. i:. 3. WlnBhlp, 7D years old,
died hero Tuesday ut her homo on
North Hickory street. Tho remains
wero toduy whipped to Fort Hoott,
Kun., for burial-
SapidlM ScTkhjIh Clow; Two Wcckn.
Announcement was mado this
morning that Sapulpa'H public
schools will dismiss December 23 for
the holidays and will rcsuino work
for tho new year, Monday, January
2. This was decided last night at a
meeting of tho board of education,
SiimiIki lawyer Xnmctl.
Attorneys Hen Thompson of this
city and Fred Waggoner of Drum
right have been named by J. J. Hill,
tho newly elected county attorney,
as hit as.-lstants, when ho takes of
fice tho first of flio year. Abo Wild
man will bo In tho office at Drum
rlcht where lm will have chargo of
tho work In the western district.
l'nWIo Health Nurso In St. loiil
Mrs. Ollvo Tosh, lied Cioss public
health nurse, is In St. I.oula on u
business trip and will bo gono tho
remainder of this week. .Mrs. K. 1
Hlfrgliibotham, H. N., will bo In
charge whllo Mrs. Tosh Is uway.
Health lnp(-tor in Supulpa.
Mrs. T. 11. sturgeon, statu health
Inspector, returned to Sapulpa today
and Is to bo hero threo weeks on a
general Inupcctlon tour, M'ra. Stur
geon has just returned from Kansas
City where whe attended a convention
of hotel men from Oklahornn, Kan
and Mlshourl. A number of
hotel owners from Sapulpa were nlso
present at this convention, Including
'.. h. McFarland, of tho St. James
tyotel and Wallaco N. Hoblnson. Who
owns tho St, James hotel.
SiMary HouMuii Urgf-s Democra
tic IaiuIcis to lros KfforW for
Soldier Aid Now.
FpUI to Thi World. .
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9. Minority
leaders In congress yesterday were
nuked by Secretary of tho Treasury
Houston to press for action upon the
oldlers bonus legislation, prior to
enactment ot new tax legislation.
The suggestion mado by tho secre
tary was that tho nonUH question
must bo definitely settled before tho
outlines of tho new tax luwa can bo
llcnowlng his opposition to the
toldlern bonus proposal, which
would Involve an estimated cash ex
Pemltturo to 11,250,000,000 Ml.
Houston said such expenditure
would have to ho mado by tho gov
ernment, "during tho period in
-wwhlrh tho treasury will bo most so
' UTdy tried by tho burden of meet
ing heavy maturing obligations."
"It would entirely domlnato the
program of tax legislation during
the next two years or more. It
would uncreaso thn present tax
bunlen, delay the lightening of that
burden and dismay tax payers with
its promlKu or threat of future drafts
of liko chnracter upon tho publi
purse," tho secretary commented In
his report to congress.
FOREIGN RELATIONS MEET
Senator ,nd CaU Committee To
gether for Todny. , ,
WASHINGTON, Vl-v. 9. A special
meet'ng of tho Benato foreign relations-
committee wns called for to
morrow by Chairman Ixidgo late
today, tn obtain Information regard
ing thu disposition and present sta
fus of questions before tho Intorna-
w'viki, uuiiiiiiuilicuiliifin i.uiii-v-..
MAlltl-lV til o u..,ii.. .1..
" , HI o. Ofillllll 11V
ftfintlM, who with Krunk Hinnca l
for the deaths of Amlel Cnlcatorra
. nu iuny iirinpnui, wnicn led to
tho riots at West Frankfort, ill., last
August, has confessed ho and HUnra
wern Implloatrd, It wuh announced
at tholr trial In Williamson county
circuit court hero this afternoon.
New Tolrplionn Directory,
Now tolcphono directory room to
itrvmn nuwn, arrange ror cnimges
and nfivertlslng space now Advt.
Sand Springs Notes
SAND 81'IUNUS, Dec. 0. -The
dnnnatlo students of Allss Mablc
Hrontnall will give tho play "llreezy
Point" at tho star theater hero Fri
day evening. Those who will ap
pear In tho cast iiro; Sarah Hales,
Allelic White, UiHiio llarn, Mnynia
Drown, Flossy Aclilmm, Maybello
White,, Onlta Can trill, Oencvlcvo
Ilowman, Chrlstlno Huneko, Fay
I'otter, Carol (lllmorc, Fdna Jean
Fori, Aline l'lummcr.
Hr.v. L. V. Conilng of llrokon
Arrow nnd formoilv of the Method-
st rhunh of this vlty was a visitor
k Si bind Nous,
H.isketball practlco him been
started under the direction of Coach
llatcninn and n largo number of
both girls and boys lmvo turned out
for pructlcn. Tho schedule for tho
ruining season Is being arranged,
Tho opening g.imo will be with
Ulrnnpool, In Sand Springs, tho
boys' and girls' trams playing on tho
samp livening. This gamn will be
on tho night of January 7. A re
turn engagement ulll bo staged In
niennpoot Inter In tho year.
Thosn taking leading parts1 in tho
operetta to bo given by II' senior
rliiss as snon us the nudltof ium Is
finished aro Helen Spencer IVr
ressa Hlckford, Harrison llolllngs
worth and Jack Lincoln,
Tho rings and pins of the senlm
class arrived this week and nt
being distributed to those who or
Miss ltnliy Hmlth lias left for hei
homo In f Irani, K'an.f.is.
Miss Cnrloek, central high si-hool
tracher, Is ullll at the beside of her
mother In Texas where sho was
called n week ago.
Tho members of the 4 11 grade at
tho (larflold school were able to do
a largo amount of welfare work
Thanksgiving ulth tho money thev
It .id saved from November through
V Christmas shopper's guide, clussl-
fjea II 1 1 n ill . A, today'rt twiwr.--Ailvt.
Tenth and Mailt StrecU
Our entire stock of $50 ad $60
' Kuppenheimer fine Suits
Strata and Shortt
This is not from choice, but from necessity. Thes'e
goods MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE. No time to take
cost or loss into consideration. OUT THEY GO. Here
are the choicest fabrics, the handsomest patterns, the
most wanted models and the finest tailoring offered by
any store at any price this season. But they've got to
-go regardless and the lucky-men who get them will
have something to brag about for a long time to come.
$60, $70 and $75
urttus Bvonn o.
Tulsa's Li vest Leading Men's Store
Complete January List Now on Sale )
Whliperlnff . . Franl Cnunlt iiiJ WitlUm Diridion
For Kvrry Bojr Who' on the Level
There. Ctrl Who' on tlm Square , , Cirirrnt Trio
Alt She'd Say Wat Umli llura . , Van ,nu Schrnek
In Njoli Vu ami Srlie nek
I WUh That I'd Hern Horn in llorneo .
Thn flroailwajr Itluci
Slngln' the llluet ,
K.ntuckx . . S .
I'm Comlnj Back In Dixie ami You ,
I'll Still Remeinb.r When You Forget .
When You'rn Gone I Won't Forgut ,
Out Where the W.tt D.gint
When the Shadow Softly Come and Go
. Nor Ilir
. 1'r.nik Cnimil
. Henry llurr
, Shannon Four
Avatoi Foi'trnt . .
The Japan.M Sandman K
I Love You Sunday Foi-tnit
The Hiila Bluet I'nx-triit
Cat Up Fox-trot . .
Speed One Slep . ,
Anytime, Anyday, Anywhere
Yob and I Fnx.trul , .
KUa a Ml..-Will .
Loultlana Walu , . .
Art Hicknun'i Orrhntra) A-33S9
Art Hickmin'tOrchtitraJ $1.00
. Trd Ji llmid) A430S
. ltd Lenit' Jiix Hand
Pint nirie'i Cnllrffe Inn Orrhritra
Rockaway Dabr l'o.riit
Dy the Pyramid. Fox-trot
Paul Illcic'i CnllriA: Inn Orcheitra
Fox-trot Art Hicknun'i Orclieitra) A-332S
Art Hicknun'i Orcliritrar 91.00
. Prince' Orcheitra) A-6170
. I'rince't Orcheitra 91.29
, . The Hnppy Six) A-33M,
The Happy Six J 91.00
Opera and Concert Music
Uad Kindly Uf lit
I Need Thee Erary Hour
Tb.me and Variation!
Love'a Garden ol Roiae
Roie In Hie Bud
Cyrena .'in Gordon A-3309
Cytena Van Gordon j $1.00
Tuiuly Mackrniiel IS?
. . Maria Barrientot
. i . Louii Oravturel
. . . jou Graveure
In lite Evening by the MoonUfkt
. Marnarrt Romline and Stellar Quartette
Little Bunch o Hontyn.i . ' . . Marjrare i Komaine
Ay, Ay, Ay . loie" Mardonei
El Arri.ro oti Mardonei
Ballet Muilc from f,ri,rV Violin Soln . , Ranul Vlilai
Air for G String Violin Solo .... Kaoul Vidai
Hungarian March from Damnatitn tf T.xuit (Rakocay March)
I'liillurmnnic Orclirilraof New York
Polonaitoin A Major (Chopin) I'liilharnionir Orcheitra of New York
American Patrol Xvloiilionr Soto
Intermexao Rune Xylophone Solo
Romola llaivailan Ciuitar Dm
Honolulu Bay Hawaiian Guitar Duct
Ave Maria (OotinoJ) Saxophone Solo
Thai. "M.dltatlon" Saxophone Soto
Alwaya So Waltt ....
Queen of thn Dance Walti . .
Oroide Hamilton (Jreen
George Hamilton Green
Frrera and Franrhinl
Ferrrn and Franrhini
, . Clyde Dntrr
, . Clyde Doerr
Mexican String Orchritra'
Curtli Mexican Orcheitra
New Procei. Columbia Record.
liultvUluiillf .mfrCtJ, l)urabltx Uiliffitful, dt
fen,iaii, aeevratt in rvtrj dttail,
Nlw Columbia Rttntdt on Salt tit mil Colamblm D.r.
Ihm 10th and 30th of Cvtry Month
COIXHIIA (JRAriU)l'H(INI C0MTANV Hem V.rk
vp to 1300
up to $2100
Your Christmas Columbia
GRAFONOLA Is Here
The Time for Music
The hour just after dinner when
home really is "Home, Sweet Home"
It's the time when daddy finishes tho evening paper
the time when the kiddies require amusement to fill
their mischievous minds the time when mother should
have a pleasurable stimulant.
The simplest most economical most convenient de
light is the beautifully finished and full-toned Colum
bia Grafonola. You can place your order now, and it
will be delivered Christinas eve if desired.
Sold Exclusively by
Darrow Music Co.