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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1920
News From Sapulpa
$2,000 IS HAUL
OF SAFE YEGGS
Sapulpa Thieves Manipu
lated Strong Box
ft'rfiJtt 'okla. . n-c, 20.-Ovcr
000 In cash wn I;cn by robbers,
ihi S.i irJiiy nlKlit. looted tho safe
'f.,41 ClorKs discovered tho rob
hrv mrly this morning.
uno unknown maimer t ie
iMvri lmd managed to, work tho
Si! Tlon nnd only a tow scratch.
un Uio outside of Hie safe sh.nfed
imV If tmil ''ecu tampered with.
VfiiT o money had been removed
ih. .vo l'f'l uce" clocud and re
inrkfj. Thu Inside stoed door had
en v. Intl "Pen by a CiUol und the
mV had helped themselves to the
coii cmn An envelope containing
mniii'V HI t" ""f0 beloilKllIK to
Jin c l'n'l city, had been
;?o: looked mid 180 belonging to
him, that vviia In u leather bag had
CheiK amounting to $700 wore
not toui hfd by the robber. It Is
'. '-i. H, ,.,1i nf I 111, tlllllVPrl lllllHt
hive lildden In tho store n neither
the lot k on mo num. " vn.
had been broken. The light In tho
.tore had b(,,,n turned out whllu they
utKed. The largo amount or
money wan the day's receipts, and
had oeni kept until tho storo closed
to cash chocks for late customers.
On tilo outflidd of tho safe the
Uurclars had scratched tho naino
"ius." This name in tho only clue
tho police have.
iiMilmiiiii Cltv lloostors to ('(IIIIC,
Thlrty-flvo nutos, containing about
100 business men of Oklahoma City
urn m I hi hero January 11, Mayor .1.
Wade llono, announced today. The
xli-lijrs are memuer ot me uma-
homa City .Motor varcaicrs us'io-
aiiLin and In ft letter to the mayor,
hKh he received this morning, they
Iuy th.it accompanying mem win no
i rcil band and other booster propa
ganda. 1'lnnH aro already under way
oy the chamber of commerce for a
big get-together meeting when tho
IIIl-Ii School l-iul tivrlotirly Hurt.
liirrell Pavls, high school
rtuilen, was seriously Injured hero
tfatiiiilny afternoon whun what l.i
tinugot to no a wtreci car strucK
nlrr whllo ho wan rjdltig n motor
cylo llo waa picked up uuenn
'lfUM, not far from .hU home, 115
South Indopcndenre, and tho re
main vt li Ih. machine and tho posi
tion In which tho youth was found,
lead officials to believe that n street
car was responsible for tho accident.
Davis doe? not know what hit him
and the motormcn who opcratu
strict cars on the line near .Davis'
houm deny hitting him.
11c was taken to a Tulsa hospital
Sunday morning and yesterday lie
wifs i epnrted to b much improved
following an operation.
C:w OwnviincH Tun Children.
Tho two small children of U. C.
Jl' I'hcrsnn were ovcrcomeso by gas
tliN morning at their home, 132
Wist Hryan. Tho gas escaped from
a stove and "troth children, wore ser
ious'y 111 for a short time. It took
4 minutes to brln one of tho chit
dren to conscloumess.
Auollier Victim of (ins.
Aloert Kcstorson was yesterday
overcome by as fumes from a stovo
In tho bath room. Tho blazo was
turned on very hliih and Kcsterson
.ild bo Brndually urow faint, finally
railing his sister, .mis. .mci Murffesn.
She succeeded In Kottlng him on tho
porch, where, with thaut ot n pur
motor, furnished by tho flro depart
mont, lm was broueht to conscious
Alleged lurtli'ivr Held Wilhout
Uiura Conwav. lS-vear-oId Klrl
thart-ed with Ullllng her baby, watt
sivcn a preliminary trial today no
foru Justlco of tho l'eaco Oeorcc
JfnnliujM, She pled not utility und
was bound over to tho district court
i Mjsiery Surrounds IHack'n DpjiiIi
A, A. Younir, wealthy noRro of
Allntow, has boon mysteriously
killed and was found dead yesterday
afternoon about two miles north of
urimow. Hherlff Abner llruco stated
today that two net'ro suspects had
been arrested. A, motive for tho
f i line has not boon dlhdosed. Of
Ili'lala hay that tho man had not been
. r. Jucksch, Kara so owner hero
lost five f Ivo-ton truck) yesterday Ir
a fire at Kollevvllle. thnt npiMirrnr
StMcrd.iy nftornoon. Tho butldliiK
men uoiomied to ft Doctor Sins "I
"rlctow, was burned to tho ground
rtfti caiimaieo n loss III 3U,
16 000 Th l)ulldlMB ,vns valuetl at
52 More Are Indicted
In Building Trust Probe
.MKW YOItK, Dec. 29. A blanket
'y'timcnt against 52 defendants,
rising violation of the state antl
TS.T law' watt ""oturnod today in con
f ',, wtl1 invMtlKutlon of tho
The Indictment names 17 corpora
t on4 ami 25 Individuals, all said to
" mgnibars of tho master plumbum
Association, wWch John T. Hetrlck,
toiinUJ( u",Ur 'ntlinent. served as
aciinn IUU1'8 Krunii jury
jcuon, tho list of indicted exceeds
A LARGER HOUSE FAVORED
Majority r iulllu Census Commit
Wi JiK ,Jj"l'l"r KU-Kcl III11. .
miM '.-y0'10 Pec' -'0. Unact
b ii . ll!e slt,Bl reapportionment
o , .I'rI'osIng an increase In tho size
ii.rn? Us,! of representatives to 460
Cw rs " na to Prevent uny Htate
a ,,w tl 'eproscntntlvo Is favored by
mii..i.'' ?f 1,10 l'Ubllo census com
.1 ".: Chairman Hiegel declared to-
'omnuttccnn exBCUtlvu BC83lt)l ot tne
h.l;r''fi0"ttlvo Hiegel hnpeh to
Lv mi . . runI'Iortlonmcnt hill ready
iiarlngs on tho measuro will be
h.r ,i y tho oommltteo on Decern
ati J.iftni1 2! nn,i January i. Special
I"0'1'."' wl" ,J0 'Uroctcd to tho ills.
iou?hillsm.'nt : neerooH in the
!U..!TJ .. . . .. .. ' . ..
New Trial Is Denied
Slayer o Two Boys
MARION?. III. lino on fi,.i.
Judge. 1), T. Hartwell, Into today de
nied tho petition of Settlno do Han-
n ir a new trini and sentenced
him to bo hanged at tho Williamson
county Jail hero, February 11, next.
D(l KantlM lvn n,mul,.t.,.t tn tl...
murders of AlnJel Calcaterra and
rouy ncmpniu, whoso deMh lire-
I'lpiiHieu me anii-iiauan riois at
Wont Frankfort last August.
Ily AMocUtnl PffM Hlt Wire.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Dec, 20. No
copies of the stato budget for next
year will be printed because of a
delay in complllriic the flKurcs and
tho hlflh cost of prlntlnpr, It nan an
nounced today by (lovtitnor J. U. A.
ikuiii'i irun. i ne. cosi is i.stimatvu at
from J,000 to $15,0U0.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Dee. n TII.Ih
ior construction of federal a d hlch
way projects In three counties at;
KreiratinR more than Sl.u00.00o will
nu opened at ;! o ilock tomorrow nf
Icrnoon at tho statu hlKhwny depart
ment, Hubert 11. Terrell, state elisl-
ueer, said today. The projects nro
in waiter, .mciiuokh and Oklahoma
counties. Announcement nf bliMmV
awurded contraclK will nrobablv nut
bo mado for sevsral days, It was
OKLAHOMA. CITY, Dec. 2(1. An
appeal bond of 1 1.600 was filed In
uistrict court hero this morn tic by
attorneys for Hurt Buxton, convicted
last Week of shontliiK hli brother-in-law,
Owen Fund fur, with Intent
to kill. Tho potltlon states Iluxton
will tako h! case to tho criminal
court of appeals.
MIAMI, Dec 20. Tho Miami
chamber of comnlerco todav accent
ed nn offer to bucomn the eltihth
member or the Southwestern base,
ball IcaKiiu with Hapulpa, MuskoKce
llarllcsvlllc and Independence. Cof.
feyvllle, 1'lttsburK nnd I'aisons, Kan.,
as thu othor members. It Riiaran-
teed tho sale or J7.000 worth of sea
AIlDMOItli. Dec. 20. County
farm nonta from the south-central
counties of tho state aro In sobs on
hero today. Apumber of them have
iieen clotatned from reachlmr liero on
account or had weather.
AKDMOtm. Doc. 20. Ten wells
were completed In tho Hewitt fields
tho past wuek. tho 'total da v nro
ductlon nf tho uool for the week
oudtnir December 1!) reaching 32,
527 barrels. DurlnK tho week there
wore 91 wells drlllhiK and 391 pro
dUClllfc-. i ,
The Future of Your Boy
Givc your boy every chance to get ahead
in life. Choose his toys wisely and you
can develop his constructive side to a re
markable degree while he is having the
best of fun.
Gilbert Toys are boy teachers boy
helpers. Yet they are chuck full of boy
interest. Each is designed to prepare a
boy for the big things of later life to
point the way to a successful future.
Step in and 'let us show you Gilbert
Toys and tell you more about them.
107 South Main
Give a "standard," nation
ally known brand.
Champ Clark Cigars avail
able this year in Tdoxos of
10, 25, 50.
Your dealer caisuiply you.
TlMiiiiunn nro. Vrlco Co., Inc. '
Tulsa, Memphis, Now Orleans, Thompson Ilros. & l'rlco
1,1 1 Uo Hock, Muskogi-u. 20 W, Archer
News of Muskogee
Xenophone Jones' Mother
Finally Pays Off lor
MUHKOOKU. Doc. 20. The
county has just collected J 10,000 on
thu forrelted bond or xuuopunuu
Jones, fugitive negro slayer ot C5uy
V. Mclntyie. Thn bondsmen wno
hud to pay for the nettro's absoncv
were Martha Jones, his inuther, and
thu administrators of tho cutatu of
i:ilm llalley, aunt to enophone. t
Tho bond was tho biKK'st ever for
feited In this county. County At
orney W " Cotton, who leaves of
flco December 31, Kots S 2.50H of the
amount. An attempt to forfeit tho
I7r.uoo niine.iriinre iiond mauu ny
Jones upon his llrst hearing was
defoaled In tho snpnome court. Jones
was convicted of mansrtiuiihtcr nnd
senlencod to 25 years In prison. II"
appealed, but skipped Ills bond
when tho uppcal was denied,
Attempt) 1cihmi '1'lii-ouKlt Window,
J. V. Wllson'a Jump from a second-story
window did not navo him
from capture and uncut at tho hands
of rollcoman Smith yesterday. Tho
officer entered thu front door while
two others were at the rear door
Wilson leaped from the window hut
wan caimht after a short ehuse, llo
was wanted for passing had checks
Crandfntlicr nf IMiiiiim I .ays Off.
Tho Allls-Ch.ilmers pump, which
has furnished MiifkoRco cltlrens
with water for tho last nlno years
without once Nhuttlnc down. Is rest
lm? for repairs for tho first tlmo
Klnro bo I nc installed In 1911. The
pump ran furnish n, 000, 000 gallons u
day aKalnst n normal demand of I,
000,000 to fi. 000. 000 callous. Two
flannel shirts, cholco of our entire
HOLMES CLOTHES SHOP
223 SOl.TIl MAIN
Aalm Court Ijidlen' Slirino
villi hold lis rt'Kutnr Monthly
friln(t Wcdncwlny, I)e'in!cr
22nd, 7:30 p. in., Masonic; ltikll,
ai8, Sotitll Muln.
I'liono OMigo 22
smnlter pumps now aio takhiR cir !
or tno won: twuio the uik pump ii
ln'lnic rcpalied fur the summer work
It will take 9 days to ovcihaul Iho
bis pump thoroiiKhly.
rile- Suit to colli'! Hent.
Tho Undo Ham oil company to-
any men sun in I 'linen Minos ins
Tlet court to collet M.S9') plus In
lirr.Hr ft'ntit ll,,. I.'ljlf.lll i. ..,..ln,t,n
company for ullrkid failure to pay
utii iiiwiiiiu, inn imi m,i (nun cars
rented last ,luno, Tho rent was
11,630 a month.
(ihes 111k t'liiMiiuiH liotiim,
The Atlas Hillinlv comnaiiv of
Munkoceo will dlxtilbuto J 2, .nod In
bonuses aiuoiiK Us store cmpto)cs
over thn statu. Mmu than 200 wilt
uiviun tno nonus iiierks which um
Proportioned cm thn letiRlh of setv
BOSTON SHOE SHOP
320Vs. South Main, UpsUir Over Woolworth's
Remember, We Are Upstairs nnd Have No Downstairs
Store in Tulsa
Till. IKS TON'S
illieil ami .lilllel
One Lot of Ladies' Felt
, Alt Leather Goods
fl Men's lntlicr
mm m 1V liousu siipihth
WM m Rl like lllustra-
Mulce Christmas Shopping Play
liny A Gift A Day
Our Commercial Gladstone Prices
are Back to Nineteen-Eighteen Level
for our No.
Here are the
At Mil Orders Prepaid,
A Small Deposit Will
Lay Amry Any Article-
414 South Main St.
TULSA KANSAS CITY
L. J. ITTENBACfl, Resident Partner.
Open Eretiinns Until Xmas
uo with the company Kmpl'iyes
hero also will rh.in in tUe 'innus
I'lehldout ,1. II. Ml Donald savs tl l
not part of the yearly siil.uv. but
Is a bonus based on length of em
ployment and earnings of tho com
pany. Nov. Hluli school I'liper,
The HiikIm Is the name ol the new
paper which has been eilablUhed at
West Hide Junior high, wh'ch school
opened this wlnlvr. Tlid other
srvjiool on the rust stde still pub
lishes the Scout, which won the Hist
piUe auioliK papers of the statu last
sprliiK at Not mull. The new publi
cation will bo u woekly.
.Moore, N'e I'M ill Agent.
It, C. Muorc has tnktii the Job of
county farm ngeitt which was left
vai.inl fer nearly two ninoHis lie
1 :co O.MV I'ltU'lCS
IM'is; llin-l nil
rillppcrs, 1 1 k u
lllust I'll 1 1 o 11,
House Slippers, Special, 98c
at Replacmcnt I'riccs.
Triple-ply veneer bottom,
Double post locks,
Hand sewn frame.
Bl 1 dSV
v. 11 u c -m m
slnceeds James D.illv who U f t No
iinlnr I, after ten jeais' service.
Hlghuii.imeu (ict SI 15.
Harry Hryanl leported to iiollce
today I hat he had been held up last
ultflit md rubbed of 1115 and a per
rerinlt School Clrls to Work.
School Rlrls 18 yeats of ago and
over who, want In work -In stores
dli lug the hohdny rush will be per
mitted to do so, County Judge llnloe
Vernor, Juvenile nfflcrr. said. No
harm Is being done and the gli ln can
c.irn a little cMr.t money and help
are Useful Gifts
Full Dress $AK
Can you imagine pitying more than you have to
to get something? When you go to a custom
tnilor for u tuxedo or full dress suit that's just
whut you pay. These Kuppenhcimer dross
clothes couldn't be improved on. CP A
They're now P3lv
relieve the rush he says No s'ntv
laws aro being violated ernor h,1)s,
lllggcst !'lirlsiiuiiH Tree.
Tho biggest Christmas, treo 111
Muskcgeo will make Its dubut here
Tuesday night. It measures over 50
feet from tup (o bottom. It Is the
community Christmas tree for tho
celebration here ne.it Satuiday nl,rV
to he parlrlpatcd In by all dvU and
oilier organisations. Tho American
legion so( ured tho tree, which will
be lighted every night until New
Years by the gas and electric com
Qwriis 3JroM)n Co.
Tulsa's Jyivest Leading Men's Store
72 amortmonts to suit every
Suporb in quality, purity anil daH
ciousnosstho $ift tuprom.9
FRANK E. DLOCK CO,, ATLANTA
LIFTS RUSS TRADE BAN
Colli, lliillloti ntnl Currency Mar
lie Kmmii led to HiiHsIa nnd Itusl
hi. Carried on, Hilling.
WH1IINOTON, Deo, 20. lUntrte
lions on exportation of coin, bullion
and cuirency In sovlnt Hutsla, on
dealings or exohangq tranwar lions In
llusslan ruiibles and uu credit or
exchange transactions with soviet
Itussla were removed today by tho
treasury and federal reserv bonnl,
acting with the appioval of tho slat
' I IV,
mih. 'ev in oniHiio platinum