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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920
IN CHICK SHOW
Nine-Year-Old Boy Walks
Off With $11.50 Prize
IS AN ANNUAL EVENT
Rural Children Put on Suc
cessful Exhibitions in
fpccltl to Th World. ,
WNITA, Her. St. Three hundred
dollar a month from poultry la thu
record of Mrs. John Franklin for thu
fprltiK months of this year on the
farm of her husband, who Is a well
known arid prosperous former anil
county commissioner of this, CnilB
county This fact was brought out
at the CralB county 'poultry hnw
which opened .Monday morning und
closed Wednesday evening. Mrs.
Franklin has r0 heautlful White
Whorn fowls on display, and the
vins a pUo on them lit nil shows
.ji'hcro she exhlbltH them, tt cludlng
Tlie stalo fair. Her son Ben, only
nine years old, was given four pul
lets and ono cockerel law spring, und
"now has 60 chickens, nnd drow ono
jiruo oi jij.do ai tno county fair
this fall. Tho bny'H chickens are
lanjrshans and ho raises them him
self The exhibit hero Is a mosfcx
rfllent ono nnd would do Justlco to
a state fair poultry show. Among
the I.irsest breeders who have ex
lilbli are tho following: Frank
1 ranklln, Thomas 1). Harp, Dr. w.
W. Herron, Wright Duprce, Mrs
Charles Wlndom, Mrs. Jess Ward'
O. A llerrlck und daughters. May
and Thclma. v
Since thn poultry show has been
an annual event hero for the past
four years there has been a pro
nounced Interest In puro bred birds.
, Iteflcctlng this Intrrest was a
poultry show held November 26 at
rirtiT schoolhouso, wherolx school
children exhibited 12 fowls, and
the prize money whs set aside by
the school board In, accordance, with
the Jackson poultry law. School
house poultry shows will soon be
come a regular thing In (his coun
try, it In predicted.
HE SUES FOR 'AIR BILL'
Hanker Out Cold TVot During Fllalit
and ItrfiiHM to 1'ny Aviator.'
.,. Chnrl la Null.
OMAHA. Dec.' 9, Whlllng away
.''J?, 'our till train time
U h. Hoyt. 6Ii, a banker of Whit
man. .Neb., who recently visited
Omaha, was attracted bv the stunt
o ' hf,? L 'JC' Ar,thur B- Atkinson
of this city. (Tie only man In America
who has evrr been arrested for
'recklers driving- In .the sky."
Conceiving an Inspiration to make
mediately hurried to tho landlnr
flUfl in tlfiP-nllnU ...11- i. . f
for a trip home. Ulram"n
hv A,.' . " was agreed tr
beein piltroa nmI "'0 Journey
trm.hu l?'1 lK'aml. '""p to enclnr
ih. I ,Jtn'. T.hp suddpn ,,ror' caused
trl " I! ro,lte w" lu"" lwn
(h. . . . .CK vnruy nd n'
the cushions. r "mo am,0nr
TO J .TV n tvitU iispma
Mm nr ouu air tax'
' r fl pM." S'-trJct court Uy
Its in7 . . " Wl" nrS' lUlt-O-
us Kind In the country.
British Nana Wnrl- fn .
Await Thorough Pobe
tONUO.V. Deo. 9 So nrocrnm
LyPiX "hhlp """"uotlon' VTthS
nent omn, prc,.Pntp' " Porlla
tiiAl , 1 Jl'u who10 Question of
2 rt?",1 n" affected by the
are,t,1.rtscv.0"mcn ,n "val war
kxild hv . , con exhaustively Invest!-
?'nons tonight by J.
ih" cnchjmborlxln. chancello of
KI.SOFJSHEH, Dec. 9. Ics.1
Chrtste "r tacln" "hortaglTn
S ' ' ,? mo't. demand of
buvhL u.ylnB lhls aon. Karly
donl Lf Chrtro. toys has ou t
Claus "i1?, '"i000, of h Pt- Santa
mas b0 ,PavJy "oaded Christ-
H'ng Lhn'o.ha bCg'"g t0 V,3U
UP?Jh,S,I1?"i Dei. 9Tho local
of Krn'i8ell',.lBarols to tho boys
lar in fhh?1 wl" bu n,0,,t unpoi'U
Wei stai '."t.UreV A movemont has
W c t .tU b.y.e members of the
tfo-one.P of tls city to enlist the
Corn'tl01!. of.aU ,h0 mothers In
bcr win tl0n ln whlch ec'' nieru
lrsIsM i l0t fiatronlzo tho man wffo
iV. ntr ,h0 111110 8,no,c''
mun y rhHU.EU' Doc- 9 com-
th ,t.l,rl".?,M tr0B w"l lo Blven
Poor m ur,Ch " Christmas eve. The
Kit en iUtn'n ot h0 town will be
Presents h-S.nL' ,0'enJoy Christmas
will bo iJh0M ,who "')enp,l f0"d
t i L,K,hi'u a. balot of substan.
dinner " for 11,0 C'ftmas
Hlan Who Lost Hat
Not Anions to Figure
Again as Human Target
SrrcUt.lo Th Wtfriil.
' KINOKISHKH, Dec. 8 J. K.
lrillmoro uccldently discharged u
shotgun while rhootltig nt ducks
about 15 inllvsj west of King
fisher und torn the top of u hit
worn by Clyde Hilton. Hilton Is
tl flit fa IVtn liiniin nff I. ..........
, MWIV tvuiou wit Hilt IIIU ftk'tllUi
I'Xcopt bclntf out of t ho price of a
in'w iiui,, iuu iui HiirKi'H uilll no
doi-tf not wnnt to play the part of
a target nualti.
Border Americans Unite
With Mexicans in
Urging the Step.
iiy David m. eurmnt.
MATAMOItAS, Mexico., Dec. 9.
All Mexico Is anxiously awaiting
recognition by tb0 1'ulted .States and
this recognition Is as much sought
by tho Americans along tho bordir
.is It Is by Mexicans, according ti.
statements imidu heru recently by
Consul Vnsijuc, reprrsouUtttvu of
.lie Mexican Mivcrnment, and C.
1j. Ji'snup, ottlio IlrownsvlHe, Texas,
chAmber of commcrcu
".My peoplo und my government
feci tho greatest friendship towards
iho government und thu pcopt of
tho L'ulted statu'." Consul Vhsiuc7.
declared, us ho expressed a hopo
mat lliu liresent ail ministration may
speed up thu question Of recogni
"Tho American pyoplo along the
border arc anxious for teeocnltlon.'
Jeraup )ald. "Wo feel that there Is
now a siauic government in .Mexico
and that the tlmo lias come when
ihls government should be given the
encouragement of recognition of
Mexico. Tho most kindly feeling Is
maintained by all of The Americans
who llvu nlong tlifc border towards
the proscnt Mexican government"
Upon the qutsllon of recognlllnit
of thu Mexican government there
depends msny matters of great In
terests In tho borderland. Trade
with Mexico Is now going on, bUi
business men feel that when recog
nition Is extended that trade facili
ties will bo much greater nnd thu.
tho flow ot commerce will bo In
criascd to a point of mutual bene
fit. Thero arc many of the Americans
alon? tho Mexican border who, have
business Interests In ?i' xlco wnluh
tllpV fee! Wfitllil lm Knlmtwnil In
valuo by recognition, and back of '
his deslro for hett-r tradn fauiil.les
hero Is an apparent confidence
everywhere among American:! and
Mexicans in the present govern
men:. Friendly FM-llng.
. Along the borderland the feeling
between-Mexicans and Americans Is
apparently most amicable. Ilrowns
t'lllel Texas, across the Itlo Urande
from this city, admits Mexican mer
hunts to Its civil organizations and
Muxlran leaders mlngln freely with
the leaders among the Americans
There Is an entire absence of. fear
of banditry 'hero now. Tlut u few
months, ago bandits ranged In thu
lose lclnlty of this city, but ac
cording to Mntamorns business men
,hesn bandit groups havo been
loared out and tho entire border
land is H.'LfO.
LOOK FOR BIGGER
Present Conditions De
WASHINOTON, Dec. 9. larger
ucrcuge nnd lrelter yields per nci-o
In mimu of the principal producing
sections uind In other less Important
sections probably will result In u
inueh larger production this year of
amber and mange sorgo and tiudaii
seed than last year, the department
uf iigrli ulture today reported.
Threshing stnrleil In November
and is continuing thh month, the de
partment salil. However, tne.te
crops which once brought a fancy
price havu been lilt In the gcncial
crop price decline nnd prices of
fered to growers for seed that his
been threshed are sn discouraging
that much nf the crop that was In
tended to In' s.ived for seed ttlll not
be threshed at all.
Yields per acre of orange and
amber sorgo smmI better than last
year are expected In all of the Im
portant producing sections except
Texan, where estimates; at this time
point to n somewhat smaller yield.
Particularly good yields are ex
pected In southwestern Knnsas und
western Oklahoma. The 1920 acre
age In southeastern Nebraska, north
eastern, southwestern and south
eastern Kansas, and Oklahoma
M'cmB to be f, to SO per cent mflre
thnn the 1919 acreage. Wet weather
for n few weeks In November in
ftlfifcblU XVAua .IIIU Un. 11.U1III4 Uv
utumia u.u uuiliti UiluliU II l
ti.uu pet luJ lium.dM lor unibf.
uifcu unit lu to -it tints mole lot
oiuiihu t.oigo. I'lutiililng piu-ts an
uU tin Is in t per iiiinuieu poiiuui,
luwer tn. Hi lihl year at u t.iliul.u
ittue, hauio grontis iu Just ua
iiliii'luiil tu ki'il us dcucis u ru Vo
The 1920 production of surtmu
sorgo eVrt may by HOtueWhat hmei
than that of last year. If tho re
Vorts that much of the crop In thu
Texas pauhundld will not tie
tin cubed are borne out. The acre
age nnd yield per acre In western
Oklahoma are believed to bo inn
sldetably linger than last year It 1
ton early to make a close estimate
of the years production because
much of tln r"i-d h is not been
thteshed. department experts eild
I'rartlcallv the winin prlcts are be
ing offered for thin kind of sorgo
as for the nmtMr varletv
A lnnre production of sinlan jrri-ti
s expected lhl yenr bei'imsn til"
'arce nrri'n1" In Tcp and OW'i
homn nnd iioi-f'nns of Knnsi" M'
sourl and other stntes. lteports
from 10 stations In Texas gate ship
ments last )eiir ns l'.tr (.hIoikIh and
estliuiited shipments this Vcii ,it 3 1 .
carloads. I'leliln range fimn .uu tu
1.000 pounde per acre, mostly be
tween 450 nnd "fit) pounds. Al
though there Is considerable differ
ence In the nominal pi lrc that Is
being offered to grnweis In the va
rious sections, most of the offeis
ire rrnm fi to H per iuu pounus
an compared with 2 and Ho lust
year and two years ago, Tor nt the
low prevailing pi lees, seedsmen are
not eager to buy nnd, of nurse,
"rowers nre not nlivloiiH to sell.
Visitors to New York
arc cordially invited to view
our'exhibi't o Diamonds,
Sapphires, Pearls and Emeralds
in Artistic Platinum Settings.
I We Urge Comparison of Values
E. M. GATTLE & CO.
PLATINUMSMITHS - JEWELERS
630 FIFTH AVENUE
Opposite Si. Patrick's Cathedral
Prager's Paris Fashion Shop
Ad on Pages 12 and 13
i-ii.,.V,"r,,l Soil. Valient.
a 1 "HRR, Dec.' 9.-rarmt)rs
niiirkei i tVlr whcat t0 "10
liaviiwi . hki money 10
era ri V, r ,ttt Many of tho farm-
neat"ioitJ",p0"lblB ,0 ho,a lMr
,V L MM 1 K'V" Win. MnU
"I"! 's iir, ""nniuon oi-A,
Urn Moia at rourlk
Gifts for the Boys
and Little Fellows
High grade articles of ap
parel that will gladden the
heart of every "ited bfood
Every Item in the Entire
Department for Boys Has
Real Reductions that mean
you of 20 to as much
Boys' Suits and Overcoats
Hnrt Schaffnen & Marx
and "Sitmpeck" makes.
Boys' Leather Coats
Tan, black and mahogany
glove leathers. Real styl
ish coats boys will appre
ciate. Reduced 25
Boys' Shirts -and Blouses
Pull-overs and coat sweat
ers; the finest of worsted
Boys' Mackinaw Coats
Heavy weight all woolen
coats for service and sport
Boys' and Children's Hats
Silks. Madras and other Reduced 20.
fine fabrics: nil priced at Boys' Underwear Reduced
a saving of 20 and mor. Boys' Pajamas Reduced
a saving to
Boys' Sleeping Garments
Boys' Corduroy Suits
Children. Wash Suits
Children's Play Suits
Boys' Corduroy Pants
Boys' and Children
Just 13 Shopping Days Until Christmas
; Friday, the Second Day of the
Redaction of One-Half
on Women9 s Dresses
1VTOT a single Dress
any in stock and pay
exactly one-half of the
regular price. Every
dresSbears the original
price ticket, so one may
Select a dress from the racks
and figure the saving quickly.
Street Dresses of Serge, Tricotine,
Poiretjwill, Duvetyn, Charmeuse,
- -jCrdpe de Chine, Satin and V dvet.
Afternoon and Evening Dresses
of Lace and Taffeta.
Dresses, originally $97.50,
Dresses, originally $100,00,
DresscH, originally $105.00,
Dressed, originally $110.00,
Dresses, originally $115.00,
Dresses, originally $125.00,
Dresses, originally $135.00,
Dresses, originally $150.00,
Dresses, originally $157.50,
Dresses, originally $160.00,
Dresses, originally $165.00,
Dresses, originally $175.00,
Dresses, originally $177.50,
Dresses, originally $185.00,
Dresses, originally $195.00,
Dresses, originally $200.00,
Dresses, originally $225.00,
Dresses, originally $235.00,
Dresses) originally $250.00,
Dresses, originally $2(50.00,
Dresses, originally $205,00,
Dresses, originally $275.00,
Dresses, originally $295.00,
Dresses, originally $325.00,
DON'T guv as
KNOW what you
price utcd in our
THE CHUISTMASSTOUE OF TULSA
in the use of
bu a Factory
Tenth and Main fitrccu