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TULSA pAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1920
Delano's Operation of Six
Tracts in Burkburhett
, SAY LAND IS IN TEXAS
either Oklahoma Nor U. S.
Has Any Claim to It. Vc
tiUon In Court Says.
ftft-ul tu Thn World. ,
WASHINGTON, Doc. 2d. The
Oklahoma Petroleum ttntl (Jasollne
company of Tulsa, nwneru qf six
(ractit of oil land In tho UUrkbUrnett
field, lotulltifr in all 80 Acre today
(lied a petition In the' United HWtca
tuprctnu court protesting tho right
of receiver Frederick A. llaluna to
contlnuo to operate wells oil ltd
The Oklahoma corporation Iti IU
petition nsMrts that thu land Ilea
v holly within tho otato of Trxus and
that neither Oklahoma nor the Unit
ed stated has any claim to it.
The Oklahoma corporation nlso
nik.t tho court to fdrco Delano to
tnako n strict accounting ' for thn
(lino ho has operated its wells, It
asserts that during- tho rclclvcrshlp
Dip wells of tho corporation have
produced $235,800 worth ot oil. It
ilka chnrpcH that Delano U Incurring
a largo amount of unnecessary ex
pense, alleging ono Item of $6,405
of Ua property alone. The corpora
tion nbJectsMo paying any of tho
general expenses of tho rocolvcrshlp.
In finother petition filed by C. J.
IlensonT William MUrddok and James
It. Armstrong further charges ot
failure to miiko an accounting for
money received Is mado uyalnst Pe
l.ino. Mensem asserts that ho was the
owner of three producing wells, two
of which were belni? drilled Bt tho
time of tho receivership and wero
rompleted under rccelVcushlp, Men
ion afterwards sold the wells td
Murdock ii ml Armstrong.
Mention nsscrtH that certain wood
in tanks which wero dismantled by1
tlie lecclver and certain other oil
material, pipes, tools, fittings, lum
ber and olhnr material on the lease,
rained .it MO, 000 dollars, wero dis
poned of and that no accounting hns
fvfr been mado by Delano of tho
Mcnsnn, Murdock and Armstrong
assert that an unnecessary expendi
ture of tlll.fiOO was made by Delano
ami they amort that In addition td
this Delano Is holding $03, 750 which
It asks tho court to force him to
pav over to thorn.
Iionson, Murdock and Armstrong
nlso say that tho tnnd Is wholly in
Texas rind deny that Oklahoma or
the t'nltod States has any claim to it.
U. S. SUES OIL KING
Government Charge John O. RW-'ko-fellor
Is Til nodgrrt 2Ba,TS
Asked In HUH.
NKW YOItK, Dec. 30. Tho gov
ernment tndav broUifht suit aaaJnat
John D. nockefellcr for 892.6T8,.
charging that his Income lax report
wai "lncorccl, misleading and
Tho complaint nllcedsihat n his
return filed on March 28, 1118, Mr.
Itockefoltcr "failed to Include In it
as part of his income 50.104 shares
of Illinois Pipeline company and
67.17(5 shares ot tho rrnlrie Pipeline
The suit was brought In federal
court by Assistant Federal Attorney"
ii, 8. Owens. A ponaity or b per
cent at'd Interest thereon nt the raW
of 1 per cent from Juno 30, i910i
und costs, were also sought,
Yankee Fleet to Play
Santa to Thousands
VBNICH, Dec. 20. Tho Amer
ican fleet In tho Adriatic Will act as
Santa Caus for morn than 120,000
persons, Including 1 Lallan and Hits
flan children, tho latter being the
refugees recently disembarked
along tho Dalmatian cohbU Tho
beneficiaries of tho fleet's Christmas
tplrlt will rccolvo tops, candy, fruit,
clothing and shoes, do no up In small
DEVALEflA NOT ON VESSEL
IrMi President 11Ih a Show Up
When Annua nla Duck.
11 Tti Auoclutti Irs.
nn;unouil(, France, Doc.' 20
Kamonn do Vuleru, president of tho
"Irish republic," was NOT among
the passengers; who landed here this
afternoon from tho steamship Aqul
tanla from New York. Tho captain
of the vepsel said ho had not been
awaro of thn report that Mr. do Va
I'm wus aboard until he Wrts asked
by the correspondent of The Assoc!
It. Sparling, who was a passenger
on tho steamship, said hn knew Mr.
'le Valera well and that he occupied
a room next to that of do Vnlcra lu
New York hotol, Mr. do Vulera,
' " added, left the hotel a few days
beforo thn sailing of thn Aqultanln.
Sparling said that If Mr. do Vu
'era was on board he had kept out
YEAR IN PEN FOR RUMELY
Editor of .Yw York Mall M Mftxi
. mum fur nrnmiii DcoIIiwh.
M:V YOItK, Deo- 20. Dr. Kd
ward A. ltumley, Norvln Mndhclm
and S. Walter Kuuffmuu wore each
entenccd to one year and a day In
the fi-(iprri prison at Atlanta. (In.,
Jills afternoon. They wero convicted
by a Jury Saturday on tho charge of
conspiracy In connection with con
cealing from the government tho nj
leeed Oerman ownership of tho New
rrk Evening Mail. Tho scntenco
Jvhs tho maximum possible uKder tho
BOYS ROBBED MAIL SACKS
io in-Vnir-Old Vmillis Arrcelrrt on
I'osloffle,. Hobbi-ry Charge.
I'UOENIX, Aril.. Dec. 20. Teles,
roro nobles nnd Kernando llontljo.
'0. year. old boys, wero arrested In
iesa, 16 miles southeust of horo, to
V"v, by United States Marshal J. P.
"ulon on a chargo of robbing tho
Jlesi postofflon. Tho marshal wild
ne boys had taken $1,000 In checks
Jnd money orders from the poslof
Hcc in tho last threo months,
A Title f6r Him If
He'll Risk Fortune
f , Jliimbd Maurice Itnt'lic.
' Kdinund Maurice Itiit'liO is V
elder Of twin son of MaUrlcn llurko
Itocho of New York. His father Is
now Uaron Fcrmoy of Ireland, ex
cept for n legal tangle. 1 Mm mid
probably will succeed to tho title If
ho tiiires to risk u fortUlm given him
by his grandfather oil condition ifiiit
he remain out of t'ngland and re
noilnCo any possible, claim to the
Idle Men Ask Plants .
Be Turned to Them
for Operation Now
PHlIiADKIiPHiA, Dec. 20. W.
J. Kelly, Now York, national secretary-treasurer
of the Amalgamat
ed Metal Workers nf America,
Bald today that members of tho
organization, which litis Just con
cluded it convention here, havn de
cided to make a demand Upon
owners of plants now idle to turn
them over to tho workers to op
crate. ' ,.
"If tho owners cannot operate
the worker will." Mr. Kelly ald.
''There nro too many of thn metal
workers out of work nt presvnt,"
ho continued. "This is pnrtjy duo
to tho natural buslticsd depression
following the war and tho lock
out by employers. In other words
tho owners ure on strike ngalnst
the worker They simply refuse
"to glvo them a.chanco to work.
There is no real reason why tho
plants sllbulii not be kept open."
Mr. Kelly said the convention
adopted a resolution ttuking .the
Unions lo usn til meitna at their
disposal to "enforce" tho govern
ment to give recognition of tho
..present gqvernmrH in Itumla.
TO HOOVER DRIVE
Thousand Suffering Chil
dren ot Europe Saved
in Opening Day.
lllg-heiirtcd Tillsana vesterdav
saved 1,000 children of central
Kuropo fioni hunger und cold lor
one month. That was the rcmilt on
the opening day of thn Christmas
week campaign f0r the Hoover
Kuropeau ltellef council which has
appealed to the nation for $3.1,000,-
uuu tor emergency uld In 3.500.000
Volunteer workers of tho Tulsa
committee wero at headUartern late
iasi mgui tamiiHimg tlm results of
Tulsa geneiioslty, counting out tho
silver nnd currency that lay piled In
u great box.
Christina shoppers In nil depart
ment Mmes stopped throughout the
day nt thn little Hoover relief
uoutiis, attended by prominent local
women voluuleeis, and gave In a
liaru of their Christmas spend
ing money. In return they received
ono of thn "lnvhillilo guest" place-
cards flint urc being djrtrllmted
mrougiioui inn nation, io niacn on
their Christmas tables to signify the
"presence" tnern ot ono or Durope e
Tho Tulin chapter of thn Pythian
Hlslers which 1 taking part lu tho
campaign lu conjunction with tho
combined women's organisations of
tho cllV. turned In heavy contribu
tions; and promised blggoi' results
"TUlssi today saved 1,000 children
for und month," Chairman .1, A.
Hull decltied. "Or, putting It an
other way, Tulsa hun wived 100 chil
dren through the winter and spring
nnd until the coming of tho next
Kurppcan harvest. Tuln.i through
Christmas week Is going to savu
many thousands more nf these Mor
row ful child) en, nnd her Christmas
will ho tho brighter and finer for
INxrnonilc Meet Adjourns,
lly Th Amii Utrit l'tfin.
Hltt'H.Sm.S, 4ec. 20.- -The allied
delegates to tho neiond (Innnclnl
congress to discuss (lernmn tcparu
tlolis have decided to adjourn the
present session next Thuisdny and
reconvene the conference In llrussils
probably January 10,
Chicano Pastors lilt
Paper for Sponsoring
Fistic Hout for Poor
CIIIOAOO, Doo 30.- Tho puhllo
policy commltlco ot tho Methodist
Ministers' nHNiirlatlou, today adopt
resolutions cohdemuliig a boxing
exhibition to ho given this evening
under tho auspices of a Chicago
newspaper to rnlso money to buy
Chrlrrtmns dinners for CIiIc.iro'h
Calling attention to tho law
against boxing lu Illinois and
characterising tho newspaper an
vlolntor of thn law and accomplice
nnd an abettor of vjolatoiH of the
law," tho resolution adopted mild
"We arn shocked that this great
metropolitan dully newnpapcr
should thus tnho Its place nmoug
tho rnnkM of tliosn who urc hold
ing Up our citizens and shooting
our policemen ami otherwise
flout our laws. Wo unsparingly
condemn It for this violation of
law, which we consider nono Iho
less worthy of condemnation bo
causa done under thu thin veil ot
Tho program Included bouts be
tween somu of the leading light
welghtn of tho country, nil of
whom have donated their services.
Tho Chicago Opera company con
tributed tho usa of thd auditorium
theater for the night.
DISORDERS of the stomach andiconitipation are
the most common diseases of children. To
correct them you will find nothing better than
Chamberlain's Tablets. One tablet at bed time will
do the work and will make your child bright and
.cheerful the following morning. Do not punish
your children by giving them castor oil. Chamber
lain's Tablets are better andmore pleasant to take.
I I V I l rlB
What Shall IBuy
Our underwear and hosiery sale answers this
most timely problem. Just got back from New
York, a trip necessitated by the wonderful re
spohHo to our opening. By all means come as
early as possible as these values will nol last.
Teddies, Camisoles, Gowns, Bloomers in all the
new, shimmery materials as well as the heavier
patterns; beautiful inlaid lace effects, stunning
combinations must be seen to be appreciated.
Divided into groups.
Calling attention to out Service Special hosiery. We will ab
solutely guarantee this hose to 'Wear satisfactorily, and will
be pleased at all times to adjust claims. The only reason wo
can make this nstourtdihg o'ffer in that this hose is made for
us by the largest mill 'in the country for jtlst one purpose
It comes in 14 colors, regular aft'd out sizes $1.95
All silk lace effects and chiffon" novelty effects at prices you
will marvel at, also, all the new things in wool. By the way,
just opened a wonderful shipment,of silk and wool hosiery,
clock effect, and a wonderful value at $3.50
7r Christmas" for
Chicago Is Promised
rillCAOO, IV,-, 20. IVank D.
Hlcllntilsou federal prohlhllbm ill.
lector for Illinois, today warned Chi
liigoans to 'lenvn the hip pocket
course nt homo" Christ mas eo ami
.New Yearn eve, hrcntlKe bo Intended
to M'c Unit Chlrngo cetiebrnled tho
holidays "In a bouu-dry manner for
the f Ii nt lime," by paying espect.il
attention to pcrtons wh.i tarried
their own liquor to hotels and caba
rets. "bist Christmas eve and New
Year's eve wero about as dry ns n
illstllleiy m.i 1 Mr lib Imrdsmi, "hni
litis year the poisons with hip
pocket reinforcement nro going In
find tho slrdillng hard fur I Intend
to station federal agents lu every
c.tfe, cabaret, saloon ami hotel."
hum! tn Canadian .Soldier.
OTTAWA. Die. so.- Canada's war
vclcruns III the Western provinces
havo taken up 3,100.000 acres of
land, S.IU2 former soldiers now are
fiirmrt-H, thn soldier settlement
board announced today, lpproxl
nuitely 2,000,000 acres of free land
were granted lo war ve't i nns
IMMIGRATION MEASURE UP
lollllMiu lllll li llo Taken t'p by till!
VHIMNUTO.N. Dec M - -Mrst
n'-litiii since tlm Johnson bill restrict
ing Immigration for (lnn year was
pamed by thn houe, will hn tnketi
up tomorrow by thn netiatr immigra
tion committee, it was atinouiicid to
night by Honator Coll, repunllrnn of
The committee will bn asked to
decide Whether It shall have open
heatings or leport the bill at onro,
hut Hcuator Colt said that lunsmucli
as ho had lerelved a number of ap
plications fiom eucli Me-, and hull
Mdliali to he heard, lie w ild urge
Iho committed to begin hearings the
first of tho new yvnr.
Consider AnlLStrllirt Hill.
WASIIINOTON, Dee. 10.- Antl
iilrlko legislation which 1ms gone ti
part of thn Way through congrecs,
it momentary consideration again
today In the senate. 8' mitor I'nlil.
tin (tier, topubllcon, "Werdm gton',
whoso bill, designed to discourage
strikes In inlerslntn romui "F, was
passed by thn s nal" lal week, but
was held fiom going lo thn housn
by a motion by Henator lAKnllr tte,
Wisconsin, to tncniifrtdnr, gave notlco
hat ho would ask shortly for thn
removal nf thn parllnientury barrier.
"tfHE DISTINCTIVE SHOP"
814, SOUTH MAIN STREET
TULSA'S LARGEST SHOE DISTRIBUTORS
Offer for those shoppers that desiro only tho best; footwear made by America's greatest
designers. 1. Millor of New York, John Kolly of Kochostor, Rod Cross of Cincinnati and
Dorothy Dodd of Boston Bold exclusively at our departmcntized shoe store, "412 South Main.
Oxfords Two-Strap Pumps Pumps
'A wonderful fitting mlli
tary Oxford in dark tobas
co' brown, with flexible
welt soles and soft kid up
pers, made by Red Cross
of Cincinnati.' Specially
1'lu.H War Twx
A new two-strap made of satin, kid
or suede leather, in colors of blue,
brown or black made by John Kel
ly of Rochester; very special priced
Plus Wnr Tax
fA beautiful satin on-
strap pump with hand
turn sole and high Louis
satin covered, heal, de
signed by I. Miller of New
York. They corrie Ih
brown, midnight blue and
black. Specially priced
I'liM War Tax
Slippers For the Family
Ladies' Qoudolr Slippers in all
colors, Including black, nlso felt
House Hllppers, In Qf 4P
colore, ko at WX&O
Children's Felt Houso Slippers,
In pink or red, a beauty for
Christmas presents, (J- P
go at Jl.eUO
Hoys' Kelt House Hllppers In red
with Duster Hrown and Mother
(loose pictures on (PI Off
thepi, go at tpl.Ot)
Men's Knit House Slippers In
colors of gray, black (JO A ?
or brown go nt .... tDrt)
Indies' high top Jloiinn Rllppors
with fur trimmed felt uppers
and leather soles and (tin Off
heels, go nt PSiOu
Men's leather Housn Hllppers
In block or brown, of soft kid
Ijidlefl' high grade Satin Mule
Hllppers; beauties for Christmas
presents. They coma in pink',
baby blue, lavender and bluck
and combinations ot black.
Mon's bent grade House Slippers
in brown or black, vory specially
All Mail Orders on Above Footwear Filled Same Day Received
We do not believe you can buy better footwear, regardless of price, than that sold here.
When better footwear is made Turk Bros,, Tulsa's Largest Shoe Distributors will sell It for less.
412 So. MA IN i KKe 318 So.MAW
Tulsa's Largest Shoe Distributors
Note Change of Location
.New "HYMUM" . ringenllp. V.jer
gloves or sK-lni'lc'H wild siheru-al
Iciim, coniplctc, illJlanco or n.-iullng,
THE INVISIBLE BIFOCALS
Cut Rate Op tical Co.
10.VA Went 1'oiirtli (jirrct, ItetMCcn
Ilouldrr and CUvftunu Avm.
iTulba, UlUo,. 1'houo N73
Monev to Loan
on improved Tulsa
Low Hale of Interest
No Long Delays
No Hcu Tape
324 Kennedy Bldg.
Prepare for the Ga Shortage
Screened Deep Mined Lump
CONSUMERS COAL AND
Fostoria and Trenton
0age 4779 Oiage 4779