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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1920
WITH DOZEN MORE
Viewpoints of 'Host Minds'
on Wide Knngc of Prob
Meets With Willis, Who'll Uo
His Successor, 15 ut No
.Agreement la Hunched.
MAUlON. Ohio, Ueo. SO. 1'iuf.l-flent-elert
ItardlliR'M conferences nil
tlin (itilli'lim ut IiIh utt in i n lnt nitloil
ranged far and wide today iiinmiK
tlm natlon'M foreign mid iIoiiichMu
problems nnd Kavo lilm Ihn benefit
of nilvlo' from upward of a rtnzon of
tho "best minds" lio Iiiih Invited Into
t IIM Mill t.l I toil
Two lit thoso w 1 Hi whom lin hits
talked iilMiiit duncstlo qiicNtlons hnvo
been pi-ridstcnily tiif-ntlonril for cnbl
net positions nml tlirlr coming Htlm
1 j In t oil rn'cii1ntlon ntmilt till poml
blllty of their nppolnltncnt to tlm
lioxt president's official family. They
wern Charles (I. Daw en, ChlriiKO
banker, nrul Henry Wallace fif ls
Moines, Iowa, nn editor of fanner
iiiililloiitloiin. With thi forrnor Mr.
lliirilliiM tulked of flimml.ll condl
linns iiimI tar ri'formH nml with tho
latter illst-usand furintir relief,
Henalor Hhlclrtft of Tennessee, a
democratic member of tho forrlqii
relations eommltlen nml Irreconcil
able opponent of tho Vermilion
treaty, conferred with tlm president
elect nliout thn plan for nn nssnola
tlon of nations nml gave IiIh ap
proval of tho general principles pro
posed by Mr. Harding for nn Inter
Tho uuestlon of Mr. Harding's
early resignation from thn sonato
wan tho mibjcet of n conference bh
tween hint nnd Senator-elect Frank
II. Willi, whom novernnr Cox 1m
oKTd to mtiolnt to thn vnenncy. It
was Id afterward that no decision
won reached nnd tfie friends of the
president-elect took his delay na
meaning that he probnhly would not
rellro until thn new republican gov
ernor of Ohio takes office early In
1,000 for niM'JtilrM of Christ.
A check for $1,000, representing
tho contribution of tho First Chris
tian church to tho "debt of hnnvr"
of Disciples of Christ to tho Inlpr
chureh world ntovomont, haa Just
been .end by tho local church tn
tho national church headquarter..
Tho offering woo taken up Sunday,
December 12. Disciple ot OhrUt,
who have 8,000 churchea In thl.
country, pledged 100,000 to tho iup
port of tho movement.
Assistant Pastor Here.
IXct. Leslie Miller, now assistant
Vaator of tho First Methodist
tihurch. haa begun his work nnd will
have charge of the choir beginning
next Hunday. Roverend Millar was
Introduced to the congregation last
Sunday. Uo arrived last week with
hla wlfo and two children from
Citu Uric fa
l'lI'ITION for illvoree wns filed
In district court Monday by Italic
Handera ngnlriin. Delia M. Harnlcm.
DUCK til t ii mi III tiff tho common
law marrliiKo of llertlm Hlmftfi nr.
(liady to Adam Hlmffiir of Collins
vllln won asked III a suit filed In (Hu
ll let mint Monday.
IIHCIIKMH ut dissolution of thn
Knatern Torpedo company and the
New t'ailllla' inmiinny, both with
hc,aditinrtnrn In TuIhu, worn granted
III district court .Monday by JuiIhii
MAtlltlAtlH licenses were Issued
to I lie following, Monday, by the
clerk of county court: Harry J. Iton
ken, V. l'aikernburif, Iowa, and Mbyl
Hills, i!3, Tulsa Walter .MoWallace,
DO, ami M.nln lleklii, 12, JkkM.
MIHH 1,1111 HA-fOW (if Ihn Hell Oil
gr (Inn Uo. left Monday for lllvh
miind, Vn her old home, to upend
tho Clirlif.inim hollilayi.
IIANKIMl vliniorii In the city Mon
day Included: U. C. Walker, preal
dent of the lirnt National bank of
Okelnah, and II. II. Jolinnon, Vice
prcnldi'iit nf the American National
iialik of Hapulpu.
AN AI'TOMOIJILM trip nf the
went In helm; made by Mr, anil Mr.
N. A. Joiieji of Wichita, Knn,, for
mnr rentileiitM nf Tuliu. They were
iircnniiMinl'Ml from Tnlwi by Mm ('
(I, I.owory nml MIhh Hndin fimltli,
liolli of 020 i:. KlKhth Hirnot. The
party nxpectx to upend mimt of tliu
winter on the l'aidfln count.
POMCR OWIUIAtH nf Rnnd
BprliiKf wnro IniHy Hunday. They
worn called out u number of tlmcn
to brlnit In the "victims" of "too
much chnn" nnd every lima they
wero called out they broimliL In ro-
stilts In tho form ot prlaonnni. "We
Koi elglil nltoRollier," said 11. U
Wnildla, chief of police. Tlvo were
in Tulsa Postofficc
Puts Up New Record
FortytiiroH extra clerks and
carrier havo been added to thu
poatofflco forcn during tho pant
fow days In order to facilitate the
hniiUllnif of the Christmas mail
Tho voliuno of parcel post sur
names that of any previous year
In tho history ot Tulsa, thu offlco
Hovnn Inrno delivery wnirons
and threo automobiles are deliver
ing tho hundruds of parcels of nil
shapes mid nlr.es which have been
received slncn Saturday, lit tho
basement from which the mall Is
dispatched, packages aro piled six
BANDIT PASSED UP
MUCH FRISCO COIN
Five Times Amount Tak
en Locked in Druwora,
Further Iriventlcnllnn by pollen oN
flrurn Iiiih ei far fnlleil to tlirow imy
llRlit on thn ru in who uloiin and tin
innnked held up tlm KrlKco depot
about 7 o'cloek Hunilny nvenlnir, en
eapltiK with t,'J.n. ftut John .tohn
(ion nnd Dnwey Illi'.orkrt, ticket sell
ers, who wern both In the ticket of
flen nt thn tlmn of tho robbery, nay
that moro than five times thn
amount tn ken wan overlooked by thn
robber. Tho other money wan In
tour rnnh iliavtcix, all of llicin
Thn robbery, oni of Iho boldest In
local pollen liliitoiy, wni perpetuat
ed when a hundred people litulud
till? n pollen detective wnro In the
whltn waltliiK room nnd u iforo or
moro were In tho ncro waiting
room. Tho robber entered tho ticket
offlen by means of a door which
opened Into the nei;ro waiting room.
I'poi) thn elraiiRer'n entraniio, Ill
cocks, who wiik unlnK n phone, imys
tin lilt! not observe, tho Intruder, but
went on with bin convernatloii, Tho
bnmllt went over to Johii.ion who
wan oelllmt tickets, ordered him to
null down thn window nnd hand
over tho money.
Illcnckn nays that ho did not know
a robbery had ben In proirrein until
It wnn nil over. City detectives, In
conjunction with railroad officers
havo combed tho city In ii hunt fur
a mnu nnswerlnu thn detvrlptlon of
thn bandit but tho cIioho Iiiih proven
futlln. NcRrnc In tho waiting room
who saw thn man enter nml leave
tho offlco nnd both Johnson nnd
Hlcocks described tho man ns being
about five feet, eight Inchon tall,
wearing a blnck cap, inn shoes and
n long, light gray overcoat.
Now TcleplHiim Directory.
Now telephonn directory goes to
press soon. Arrnnga for changes
nnn ntiTGumng spneo now. AdVt.
Kilra Pants. Vonr rluilen nf n,.
MiN'k, stTRi', tnliinc.e niut worsteds
HOLMES CLOTHES SHOP
saa Koirru mai.v
State Restn hi 'Peach
King' Murder Hearing
MACON, (In,, Den. 20. Tho rttnto
fen tod today Ju tho prellmlunry
icnrlngs of tho four defendant In
the Hhepnrd enno nml motions worn
inula by llieir counnei for their tin
incdlntn dlsrhnrgo on tho grounds
that no competent evidence bad been
Introduced tn connect them with
the, alleged polmulng Inst. Juno or
Fred H. Hhepnrd, wealthy peach
grower. Judge Matthews refmted
to entertain the motions and gavo
tho dcfoiino tho alternative of argu
ments or Introduction ot evidence
or both. The ilefchso started In
troducing evidence this uttcrnonn.
no bichloride poisoning-
Dr. Charles Harold of Macon, who
operated on Hhepnrd shortly before
his death, testified death was roused
by general peritonitis and paalyced
condition of part of the Intestines.
From conditions as reported by
tho state expert he Judged there whs
IWiflwcU'ft ior flnn Jewelry. Advt.
Give a Sweater
YOU know how they al
ways pile up the pres
ents under the Christmas
tree ; it's an old custom ; been
doing it for years. Sweaters '
are sure to be among 'the
most important gifts; every
young fellow wants one.
We've got some very fine
"pull over" sweaters with
shawl collars dQ A ff
all good colors
Other Sweaters $6 to $15
Curtis QrovOn Go,
Tuli' Llrett Leading Men't Store.
"Church Night" Tonight
At tho weekly "church olght" ot
the First Christian church on
Wednesday evening, supper will bo
served at 0:30 In chargo ot tho of
ficial board. Young women of the
Phllathea Hunday school clans Will
loud thn social period following and
thu devotional hour, with the topic
"Peace on Eatth. Good Will to
Men" will bn conducted by thn 111
blo school offlcnra and touchers.
Without a dime profit, this is your Christ
mas gift, Dr. G. II. Huddlcston, optomerist, will
examine your eyes and fit you correctly. With
out one cent profit for five dnys only, Mondny,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
Dr. G. II. Huddlcston has been fitting
glasses at John, The Ring Man's place for two
months and his business hns incrensod to where
he is proud of it, and wants to get better ac
quainted with the people of Tulsa.
Remember, our lenses are ground in Tulsa
and include the Kryptok Invisible Bifocals, any
thing in glasses, any mountings or frames that's
to bo had in Tulsa.
This is no fako offer ns it is at John, The
Ring Man's place. The place to buy Christmas
gooda. A complete lino of up-to-date gold
jewelry at live and let live prices. Four years
in business in Tulsa and John challenges any
one to find a customer that will claim that .V
misrepresented his goods. A child can buy from
John as cheaply as an adult.
Call at 111 South Boston Avenue
IVi Blockt South of Frisco Stntion.
The most elaborate gift casually presented, will not give nearly as
much pleasure as the simplest remembrance, imbued with the spirit
For those in one's family, there's no finer gift than Lyons' footwear,
"Comfy" Slippers with padded soles; red, blue, navy, pink, Copen,
elephant, wine and orange; A A
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50 to !I:.UU
Fur Trimmed Slippers with leather soles in wine, navy, dQ A
oxford, black, $2.50, $3.00 tPOaOU
Ribbon and Plush Trimmed Slippers with leather soles ; jA AA
green, orchid, wine, navy, black, red; $3.00, $3.50 and JJ)JrJ"
Quilted Satin Boudoir Slippers in pink, blue, orchid, red, black,
rose, copen and purple; leather or padded soles; (PQ CA
$2.50, $3.00 and 4OoDU
Leather Boudoirs in red, black, pink, bluo and IQ AA
brown; leather soles and low heels, $2.00, $2.50 and .... tpOaUU
"Comfy" Slippers and Bootees in red and blue; leather soled Slippers
in red, navy and sky. Priced according to size; djrt ETA
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00 T p9U
Leather House Slippers in black or brown kid leather; (Jff AA
opera and Everett styles, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and. .. P3UU
INDIAN MOCCASINS ,
for women, boys and girls; soft tan leathers; beaded tfQ AA
designs. Priced according to size from $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, DOUU
Hosiery for Men, Women and Children
Come here for your Christmas Hosiery. For men, women and chil
dren. Wool, silk and wool, all silk, silk lisle, cotton and mercerized.
Plain and fancy colors, put up in OK frk AA
fancy boxes, a box GOV, LU $DaUU
Very Special Misses and child's white and black ill-silk stockings.
Regular prices $2.25, $2.50, $3.00. jn rfC
Christmas special, pair . . $JLf J
lloswell's, (he house of fine dia
WHY DO YOU SNEEZE?
Whether you know or hot It's a
warning that your niwat passages
uro In condition to bo host to a cold.
Are you doing anything to prevent
a cold, pneumonia, grippe, brdncmal
troubles, etc.. or If von urn already
afflicted nrn you Using nnythlng that
you uro really confident win relievo
When yon uso Howell's Hunarene
Catarrhal Jelly, you are not experi
menting. Mnweirs mipiirene is reo
omtnnnded by physicians Us formula
Is on uvery carton. Nothing to equal
it for catarrh or asthma. Has been
remarkably successful In most obsti.
onto cased. Thousands praise It.
(let r tuba today, 50c. Keep your
nasal passages in n Healthy condi
tion, Ciiard ngfllust Flu. Hold nnd
gunratitocd by all "druggists. Advu
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This Is Bull
Tho following Is not
Floor lJinis, complete! ,$.10.00
Ccdur ChcHts S3S.00
Miihognny Hockcrs $35.00
Wicker Hookers $8R.OO
Mahogany Knd Tables, . .$17.60
Thrw-'-irtoco lilting ltooin
P.H. Bull Furniture
70S S. Olyinpla Osogo 1359
A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL
LAY AWAY ANY ARTICLE
All Leather Goods at Replacement Prices
Buy a Gift Day
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Two Gift Specials
Both Trunks Aro Fully EqulfJnc With Dram locklng Ilnr, Shoe and
Hot Itoi, LauBdry Itag und Cushion
414 South Main St.
L. J. 1TTENBACH,
OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL CHRISTMAS
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JUST THREE MORE DAYS
and Santa Glaus swoops down on
us. Run right into PUTTER'S
where you'll find everything in
useful gifts at lower prices.
Kn-rxbodjr In town can get a pair of
Felt House SUppers, Comfy utrle, cosy
Toes nnd Daniel Green Makes. Santa
ylflo anil Up
9.00 ICstra largo Baby
Extra heavy Flannelette
Men's $12.00 Bathrobes,
Women's $11.00 Bathrobes,
Children's $G.50 Bath- dQ Qp
robes, now selling at tPcJaxfO
Infants padded Jap Silk
Jap Crepe Kimonos,
while they last ....
One lot assorted Art
Bags, 'your choice . .
11.00 Caps . ...
now ....... . .
$12.00 Caps, Q-f OCT
Each ...... ... . ...w .$8c ta $3.45
Box '. ltc to $2.45
$2.00 lAdlca' Flannel
Night ' CI ih
$1.00 Men's Tics , fjKn
lu boxes "1
12.00 Men's fiuspcfiilff9
115 South Main
20S SOUTH MAIN