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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1020
CANDY SHOP WAR
IS STARTED HERE
Mrs. Sturgeon, Health In
spector, Puts Ban on
Open war broke out In Tulsa
t.Has' bctueon Mrs. T. II. Sturgeon,
) i dfl u'' connected with the state
Hlth department, nnil u number of
dawn'""'" candy shops whore can
dit I ail bcn offered for salo nftor
fcflnc displayed on shelves not proji
,,y , 'ected n required by law.
Ail the casualties worn uMnlnd
kV t candy dealers; Tho deputy
hfalt commlsHlonor emerged un
cathP'l. although In at lonst onu In
.lance she. was subjected to a deadly
ba rail of excited Clreek protest
M s Sturgeon ordered nlno candy
hiips to cither cover by screen or
nut '. RlaPB cases Christmas can
dle li" found displayed profusely
md without protection from "files,
dust and vermin." us rule No. 04
,t t'io state health codn provides.
They were told to complv or close,
i'l r niplled, sho said, though one
Greek manager protested volubly
anil h' "gcdto bo nllnwrd to wait un
til C rlstmas before nrranslnt" his
w.irM an the law provides.
pir't buy Christmas' candy from
4 jterrs whoro tho candles aro not
nrop. iv protcctoJ." was tin warning
that Mrs. Sturgeon last night asked
Tho World to glvo Tulsano for her.
Above 600 Millions in
Income Taxes Paid Up
WASHINGTON. Doc. 20. Re
ports thus far received by the treas
ury frjm Internal ruvonuo officers
vir the country show that more
than JCOU.OOO.OUO 0r the Income and
scisa profltB tax duo on December
IS, lus been cofiocted. Treasury of
ficers said today that when com
b returns were In thoy prob
ably would show collections In ox
ctM of tho $630,000,000 estimate
.iiado by Secretary Houston.
'TULSA FOR LOU TELLEGEN
I'amoiis Singe, Ixner Draws Applause
of ltlg Audience In "llllnd Youth."
j,ou Tolleecn, playing tho leading
role in "llllnd Youth," was Riven
a real ovation by a largo audience
at Convention hall Inst night.
Capably supported by a well-balanced
company, the famous nctoi
appeared to great advantage.
Though tho. play, a comedy-drama,
was very ncloptublc, it was the star
alone who really filled tho eyes and
mlml3 of tho spectator. Tellegen,
many who had seen him before nald,
was at his very best. In tho role of
lovemakcr the famous husband of
Oer.HUIno Furrar Is "beyond com
pare " agreed tho critics.
"llllnd Youth," conceived by
Tellegen and Willard Mack, mV
an excellent vehicle for the actoi
talents. Tellegen responded to ou
curts after each of tho three acts.
Wcalthu Prima Donna
Fails to Appear in
Daring Role of 'Zaza
CHICAGO, Doc. 2Q. Vortpone
ment of the premiere of "Zaza" by
the Chicago Opora company,
which was to havo taken plncjo to
morrow night, anil tho sudden do
jiarture. for Now York of Madamo
(anna walska. "Tho world's most
wealthy prima donna." who wus to
lng rolu of Znzii. Cochran spent,
today to a, flood of conflicting ru
mors. Announcomont was made by of
ficials of tho opera company that
tho postponement was duo to Ina
bility of tho company to do tho
vast amount of preparatory work
necessary to" tho successful pro
duction of the opera. It was said
that Madamo Walska had gonu to
New lork for tho holidays.
Madamo Walska Is tho wife of
Alexander Smith Cochran of Now
York, whose', reputed fortune of
ISO, 000, 000 caused him to bo
known as tho "world's richest,,
bachelor." It has been dcclaren
Cochran objected to ,tho prima
donna appearing in tho rather dar
J1k rolo of Zaza. Cochran spent
several dnyB In Chicago but re
turned to Now York beforo
tho singer did.
Madamo Walska Is reported to
have said "If my husband should
object to my singing well, not
for long would ho be my husband."
"Wolf of Wall Street" Makes Good
His Threat to Come Back in Market
N'EW YOKK, Doc. 30 l)ald l.i
inar, who ".cats atio oarnml nnti,riitv i
and tho lillo of "Thu Wolf of Wall
Street" because of many market
deals on the short side In which hul
smusnou values and ruined many
upui'ulors, can go back to ptisan to
serve his Hontencu of one yo.ir ,for
conspiracy to pinvetil tho transpor
tation Of munlMonn tn the allien tlur.
tang tho war, satisfied that bo has
maau guou a iioant voiced when ho
left for Atlanta in 191? that ho
would "come back."
Lamar came back strong accord
ing to reports In circulation In tho
"street." It Is Maid lie has made n
fui'luno of between .',(JUU,0'JJ and
J3,0U0,0U0 by selling stocks Bhort
duilng the lust svveial months. This
does not surpiUo those who aro ac
quainted with lxmar's methods ns
his name Is usually linked with
"bear" markets uml the ouuortunl-
kIvu on tho "down" side of the mar-
kut havo been numerous since
prices first began to slide fnany
months ugo. Operators of Lamar's
typo prosper nnd grow fat at a tltno
when prlecs for securities nro being
quoted at new low records utmost
Notwithstanding his great activi
ty in tho slock mat Sot, David Lamar
Is rarely seen In thn "street." Hu and
his ussocl.ttes who have been amass
ing fortunes while hundreds of
others, Including many big men,
have been losing their wealth, aro
understood to nultu their, hcado.uar
IniH In the brunch office uf a cer
tain brokerage house In nn uptown
ootcl. Those who havo seen l-nnmr
any his appearance bears out the
stories related about his riches. They
say that ho Is most expensively at
tired and carries a w.tlking chub with
a large diamond studded handle.
It Is rumored that Iimar's opera
tlonu In this bear muikcl havu been
of much greater, magnitude thVi
over befoie, and It In said that he
has been able to break prices at will.
It is reported that ho was responsi
ble for the feensatlonal break in Mid
dle States Oil n few mouths ago.
i'hls stock dropped to around $12 u
share after having sold above $70
outlier In tho year. Thero have been
numerous other ucnsallonal declines
which rumor has placed at Lamar's
door and others like him. Indeed It
was reported that when bankers dls
covoied that u certain brokerage
house had for a client Dald Lamar
they Immediately called In their
loans to that house
The fortune amassed by David
Lamar from his many successful
coups, however, Is understood to bo
largely on paper, and before ho is
ablo to cover his short commitments
and caBh In his profits he must nec
essarily lose a good deal of his gains.
Indeed It Is on the envying of such
laigo shorts ns Um;ir that tho hope
G08-61O S. Boston Street
1'vcrythlng new, nil oulsldo
moms with batli, slcrun Iient,
A run down battery ciulckly
freezes, a buttery of an mi
us, i t.lr wjj ,.un ,j()Wn a,i
If your car's generator will not
keep tho battery charged up,
lU'rir"1' riC,iars 11 ri;Bularl'
you're not using tho car. havo
'h; battery S T O It B D D It Y
JILUK and havo a Hl'AL bat.
ry In tho Spring.
Superior Battery Station
HOT S. Moulder.
I'hone Osngo 7U00
or an upturn lit prices Is Urgely
(Soncrou tm Institution.
It Is related that Lamar Is vory
generous to Institutions in his homo
town of i'l " d vn it a
FARMER AID THROUGH
Snnto Omctirs In llon-c Aitlun Iti
Ulng War Una nro CiiriHirnlUiii;
Xnw Up to I'retddcnt.
t WA81IINUTON, Dec. 20. legis
lative enactment of tho njlnt reso
lution directing revival of ho war
finance corporation as it measure of
rcftef for farmers against falling
prices was completed today when
tho sena'o without :t record vote
concurred In house amendments
ellmlna:lng the section sugs-estlng
that the federal leservo boaid ex
lend liberal credits to fnrmois.
The resolution now gees to tho
president. Senators anil repiesent
nMves were divided today In their
opinion as to a possible veto1
Leaders who were lespoiislblo for
the final ei.ai.tmint of the resolu
tion, however, expressed confidence
of their ability, to overriden veto,
ho'h in the house and the senate.
They were nsslned, they mid, of
votes from southern members In
such a ion,lngeney.
Si niim to Itcsl n Little.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20. The
senate today a lopted a plan for a
brief Chrlirtmas reeess, udj..ui Mini;
tonight until Thursday when It
"plans to adjourn ..Kiln until net
Monday. A similar three (lavs' re
cess over Now Viur's also Is planned,
Tho it-cess will not Interfere with
commitlco ai m llles.
Dux Id Lamar
regular church-goer, It s said, when
"at home" and usually' drops a bill
of huge denomination In tho plate.
When L'unnr left for Atl.iulu in
June, 1917, to serve a two year sen-
tenco for impeisonatlng a congress-1
man he watt quoted as saying t, lia t he
would como back. AVhllo ho was be
coming proficient as n tailor at tho
expense of tho nation ho probably
dreamed of the day when he could
makn good his boast. If nil tho
stories nbout him nro nnywhera nenr
tho truth, Lamar has made good.
Spud III on Shawnee Well i
SHAWNKK, Okla.. Dec. 20. Shaf
fer Oil & Itijflnlng Co. spuddqd In
Haker No, 1 well on Its lene on tho
Uaker farm, 13 mllcH cast of Shaw
nco at noon today, Tho company
announces that it will drill to a
depth of 4,000 feot.
Wrdncsdny I've, lccnitcr 22
Ix'itp Tenr Hall Weitnialy,
PIBBCTION TUCKER BROTHERS
The Home of Good Pictures
and Musical Comedy
Brand New Show Opened Sunday
Complete Change of Pictures
10 a. m. o 11 p. m.
On the Stage
Lone Star Beauties
MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY
Lot of Pretty Girls! Dancing and Singing!
1 Clever Musical Acts
On the Screen
"Rimrock Jones" (Feature)
Also, "Big V Comedy" and
Saturday and Sunday, Adults 40c; Children 20c
Weekday Afternoons, Adults 25c; Children 10c
Nights, Adults 40c; Children 10c
Academy of Dancing
ClirlMmiiM mid New Year's Hush
Carnival llnmn NoIm .Maker-.,
Confetti Mini Ktrt'tiiiici's.
ClirUtiiuiM uml New Year's Iuj,
.Matinees 2:30 to ft.(M).
("In iMiiuiM uml New Ycnr'ri
Nights, U to 12.
411 S. Ilouliler. l'liime (ViUr 121
Accidental dlchnrgn or a shoigun
In th hands of ono of a group of
bovwplaytng on the ntreet in ersei1
tloofat IJIghtli and Cine nnnli is lie
lloved to havn Inflicted pain i
EFFECT i Wl""u'" 0,1 wo u,nt,r '"'y. Taimng
i nauweii ami ii.isii r ixiucr, uot
sprinkled over Chadw ell's fnce and
hit left urm was punrtured In a
number of placet, Two or three shot
lo.lKCd In Mmimm's arm.
The bi))M re lotted to the police
that they worn tr .e.ing west on
Klghth In IV r I when a siioigun.
held by a meiiii , r of a crowd ot
SHU Wimci Cut.
A LLPS TOWN im l), , 20.Thi
I'l hit h .k Man r.icttirlnK com.
I llll'lll'lm ...n,..l- ... . r.f4k
'in' n- iiisrii iig'-o. inn' iiniimini en inriay n wage ro
Allbougli llii' in. ii, nnt. tiiii,,,.,i i in, .ii,.n i.r in ,,..- a..i ,tr..i.,. i.,.
viiiiuncii, wiM i. hit, ph)sli I.iiihi ii.ii v 1, with an loci in wnrKlnl
By Having Your Old
PIANOS AND PHONOGRAPHS
Rcfinithcd, Upholstered or
It can be made to look lilto new at
very little expense. All work pos
PHGNE OSAGE 436
"Oklahoma's Finest Workmen"
All Prices Strictly Within Reason
PROMPT, RELIABLE SERVICE
"WVro Not Satisfied Union
It Sall.-fles You"
Initiation and Social Ses
' sion, Fifty (50) Candidates.
Tonight and Saturday aF
1109 E. Sixth Strcbt
TULSA JAZZ PIRATES
(Promoters of Pep)
WILL T. DAVIS, Mgr.
DIRECTION TUCKER BROTHERS
Today and ".Vcdnixla,- Adults, 50c; Klddlctt, 2So
I. d IITALJ T?'
sec tfus cntraiiq-
in drxma. ot vu.Ta.1 $
llfe.T , made by y ,
Mt'rr and .ir.rr
Any Sent, SSc
Start I i. in.
BIG SHOW THIS WEEK
firrntcst Laughing Show of the ScnMin
"THE BEAUTY PARADE COMPANY"
With Funny TrlU I'lclds In n ItcixTfnlm of Musical .Comedies and
On the Stage Today On tho Screen Tday
; 1 ;
Musical Comedy Clara Khnbnll Vouni In
"THIS WAY OUT" "THE EASIEST WAY"
Itrlnifiil of comedy, n ilasli of Ktigono Wnltrrs'
ihiuk, and n lilt of music Mr Powerful Drums, nlno
good nieitMuro Comedy and I'ullio Ncwn
"IT'S ALL THE GO TO GO TO THE BROADWAY"
A chapter lllleil from tin life of the gtrnt
wen before I In law culm'
Willi Henry Starr lilnexdr In tin llllo rf.lr,
In tlio ilnjn when Jiillio unn mv If l. Iicfoni
lie iiiiigh mid read) ti'lbtiuiiU of llio Iron
ler. Hie Iniioiciit, niieo mco-eil, elmxl lit
liillc iim much danger us tiio gullly.
CO.Mi:iV AND LATIiST MWft
Coming Tomnrniw for To Dnyi, thn BnAt
c-t serial story of tho year,
"TIM" SON Ol' TAIt.AN"
Low uml lllo In I lie heart of darkest Africa
jj(fRi4mMIKK9L aJUnc I
From Arthur Stringer's Novel
lit MoCluro'H "Tlio Wafflo Iron"
0:4.1, 1 1 :f n, ia:.io, 2, aun, -tiao, nt4,i, 7, Niin, 9iS0
I NW K
The Scason'H Notable V
Succesa ? y,
K, n nlI-Tjir cast. Including .Mil
f ton SUN. Theodore ItobcrtN,
.Mii)iK' KcNn and Agues Ayrc Ji
; Mnjeslln Nt'Wh, MaJc-tlP llctlru' X
, .Maje llli OrtliCHlru uml Organ X'
kr . x . -. -- s. - jj
y f,ciecn Thin 12::, a:3f, ft. Jfi
JPji iiiiio, h, ii::i(i X
I'he wry inin-lc of lUo Is "Tim
"iontf of lb" Soul," souring
tralglit to ccry heart on Ihc
Uogs of a Mihllmo emotion
iii;:m, iiiiio, i2;ir, :nir., ti.io,
ru ft, 7, Hiift, ihiiy
Doug's .Newest Play
'lore's the ilcture III ulilch tint
Mirld'H eioiient of good cheer
ml liiimor gles ynu n geuiilmi
lot of fun and tlirlllh pep uml
cllim coined) loe.
id, tiiiio, i, 2::ti, i, ft:nn, 7,
Today, 'I.10 2ftc, 3So
Tonlgiit, 8:152.11', 3.10, ftOc, OOn
Srlcntlflo, Mysu-ry, Mlrtli and
" Dark ( loud With a Hllvcr
OTTO & SHERIDAN
Songs n ml Mt.slu
HART, WAGNER, and I
"Going to tho OiH-ra"
HERBERT & DARE
ED JAN1S' REVUE
A IM-iiduetfon of Daiifu
Dance C re.itlou
3 PERFORMANCES O
Christmas Day O
Seats on Sale, Osage 3929