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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, li)U0
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BEl Ht UUULUN I .
BREAK IN STORE
Took Up Wager and Got
ronrrhf. While HgId-
tfrj LETTER ON DESK
a nreed to Pay for the Stolen
Goods and juamage-uone
Urcaking in Store.
...ji.i in Tha World
IIKNI'V KTTA. Dec 10. A burg
i,, m ft bet. anil leaving a loiter of
explanation and a promlso to" pay, is
the latest Innovation In houso-hrcak-m
to nade Henryotta an first, dis
covered liy Night Patrolman Tom
Tate when ho walked Into tho Ucll
OthlnB company's Mow ot 4
o'clock Sunday morning, and caught
a nun who gave his namo as J. Al
frid Audi', and Chicago vis hlg post.
Alitor, Ill me nci in uiimiiicioiv out
fitting I' mself. When iho officer
i in mi tho nrlsoncr. hn wax
is the net of selecting a neat fitting
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Hilt ironi mo du niyius, iiainn ii j
..irW l.ildo aside a handsomo
irrnat and othr wrarlnjr apparel
ranBlnft from cuff buttons by the
dozen rnlr ln 'hlrts and neck
wear. At t'lo commanu 10 inrow up
his hands, tho fellow answered "All
rleht hut dtd you cct my letter on
tho desk " , . .
Invrs'igauon sriowcu xnai en
trance hail been by breaking the
plain In Iho rear door, and reaching
In his hand, ho turned tho key nnil
opened tho door. His next move, was
to loner tho front window curtains
and hero N where ho unwittingly
hid a trap for hlmsoif, In that It was
the fact that tho curtains had ftecn
drawn that first attracted tho offi
cers' attention: the prisoner had
worked long enough, however, to
havo one lot of goods piled at the
Mick door, and was finishing tii.
Jfien captured. In tho, pocket of the
itercoat lie had wleotcrt. nc placed a
Farmers Band Together
to Hut a Stop to the
Slaughtering of Quail
Fpelal to The World.
Kl.NWIHHKIt, Dec. 20. The
farmers of ttxcelslnr township In
Kingfisher county have success
fully promoted an antl-quall
shooting campaign In which every
farmer residing In tho township
has signing a contract whereby ho
imh pledged himself to stop shoot
ing and prohibit every other per
son from killing quail on all farms
In tho township. Tho Idea orig
inated In Kxeclulor Orangn No. 8.
December H. Tho best hunting
ground in Kingfisher county has
been closed Indefinitely against nil
ciuall shooting. This Is tho first
township In tho state of Oklahoma
to enter In such a cooperative
movement for tho protection of
quail. Th farmers allege that tho
quail must bo protected In order
to keep hunters from exterminat
ing tho bird. ,
TO REOPEN SMELTERS
Itortimiitlnn of Work n Christmas
Gift to Ilnndrt'ils of Smelter
Special to Tho Worlit.
HKNKYHTTA, Dec. 20. The
Haglo-Pichcr Lead company, after
a Tlhut driwn of four manths during
which llmo their great smelters
wero completely overhauled, two ad
ditional hones built and carpenter
shop reconstructed, havo renewed
operations with a complete force of
employes In all departments, and u
plentiful supply of ore.
Tho reopening of this big plant on
tho evo of the holidays, comes at an
opportune tlmo fo'r their more than
300 employes, many of whom while
awaiting the resumption of their old
Jobs, havo drawn less wages at siyeh
employment mii could be obtained In
In other lines of work. To quite a
few old Job at the smelter comes as
a Christmas greeting.
cap ho had been wearing, which
boro the nddross of Wm. Monhul
mer, Clothier, Kmlthport. Pa., and
was wearing a $10 soft hat taken
from the Dell stock.
Plenty of Feed Available
But Working Capital
Special to Tha World.
TONCA CITY, Dee. 20. Tho pres.
ent shortages of beef cattlo through,
nut tho country and the fact that tho
farmers, ns a rule, are not buying
rattle at tho present tlmo to feed,
are matters of Importance to prac
tically all communities. Themis a
sufficient amount of feed-stuffs
throughout this section ot the state
to feed many cattle, but It Is not
bolng dona to any extent. It Is esti
mated that thcro aro thousands of
acres of haflr corn and other short
crops that will never bo harvested.
One of the romtilalnts. made In
connection with tho present beef cattle-
shortage. Is the alleged refusal
of the banks to consider cattle the
nest of security ns n tho nasi. Local
cattlemen say that formerly It was
a custom, frequently, for tho banks
not only, to loan the money with
which to buy cattlo but also the
money for their feed. In 'one In-
stancoll cattleman borrowed $100,
000 for tho pin-chase of cattlo and
hh 'additional $17,000 for their feed.
Home of the more extensive land
owners In this loralltv lnivn hmtirlit
stock cattlo recently, tlum solving
tho problem of cheap corn and other
grains, ine 101 ranch has Just
brought In 1,000 head for this nnr.
pose and W. H. hngtand Is feeding
syvcrai nuuaruu neau.
Statutory Offense Charged.
Special to Th World.
PONCA CITY, Dec. 20. Hen II
nrown and Mrs. Shlrla Kennedy,
both of Chlckasha, who wore arrest
ed in Ponea City several ilavs aero
havo been held under bond by the
county court on a statutory offense
charge, amounting to $1,000 bond
each. Tho woman's husband lire
fcrrod tho chare.) against Hrown
The KennedyH lived formerly at
Dawson, Texas, and the woman Is
said to havo become acquainted with
Hrown at El Paso whero ho was
SCOUTS ADVANCED IN RANK
State Smut l!ivnlho Confer -De-
girl's On .More Thau Docu
Special tpTti World.
lJIll'.MItlClll". Dec. 20.- Kev, o.
K. l'eishlng, chlcfl scout executive Of
Oklahoma, at tho superior court
room hero Friday night conferrod
advanced rank upon moro than a
dozen local boy scouts who hfid suc
cessfully passed the examination.
Ilcforo tno ceremonial the seoui
lender delivered u stirring address
upon the benefits ot scout work In
How to Make Pin
Cough Syrup at Horn
llaa no fqixil for prompt rrantti,
'law ditt n inointnt In prepare,
anil Nitra uu al.uut it,
I'mc is used In neatly all prracriu
tiona mid remedies for rougln. The
recoil is Hut pine contains aeveral
elements tlmt liaw u reiinitknbln
eHrrl in Mintlnng and lie.tlmg the
inrnibral.rs of the throat and chet.
l'lne coiieli .wups are romliitistiona
ot pine and sv'rup. 'I he "syrup" part
in iiMiallv id.iin Miiir syrup.
To make the be.t pine cotieli remedy
tlinl nioney cn Imy. put J',-i ounce
of I'inex in a pint bottle, ond fill up
Willi liume-muile Pimnr syrup. Or
you cwrtiac clarified mal.uea, lionev,
or com syrup, liwtead of sugar syrup.
. Kltlier nay, ynu make a full pint
morn than you ran buy rr.tiiy.mado
for three tunes the money. H is
pure, good ami tastes Mry pkaannt.
You can feel tliU take .held of
coiikIi or cold In .i wyy tlial niianx
Inisitieas, The' coiirIi mav be dry,
liniirse and tight, or mav be iieralat.
cully loixe iroin the formation of
phlii'iii, 'llie rauv h Hie s.rfue In
llamed inetiibrsne --niid this I'inex
and .Svrnp cnmliiniilion will ktiin it
usually in "i liours or lo. Splcn.
did, tno,' for bnmcliial athuia, ho.irn
lies, or nnv ordinary throat nllinerit,
I'inex is a highly concentrated com
pound of genuine Norway pine e.x
tract, ami is famous the world over
for it prompt effert upon coiighn.
Ilewarn of sulntitutes. AhS vour
druggist for "-'-'j ounces of I'inex"
with direction!", nml don't accept any
thing cite, (iiiiirauteed to givn aluo.
Jute salisfaotioii or money refunded.
The I'inex Co., 1't Wayne, lnd.
Here Is the Finest Lug
gage at ls Off the
The entire stock of highest grade
Traveling Bags, English Kit Bags,
Ladies' Suit Cases, Fitted Cases,
OvernightBags is. now offered at
l3 Off the Regular Price
Store Open Evenings Until Xmas
mm Mala aX- rurt
All Our Boys' and. Children's
All OjifSampeck" Clothes for Boys
All Hart Schaffncr & Marx Clothes for Boys
All Fur Collar Overcoats for Boys and
fetore Opea Evenings Until Christmas
$3 $4 $5 ties-at
THERE'S such a tremen
dous lot of these ties that
you're bound to find the kind
he'll like. French silks, Italian,
English and American silks.
They're ?3, 4, V
Curtis cBrortu (Bo.
Tulsa's Liveit Leading Men's Store
l o ' w e '
We are displaying this season the finest
and largest assortment of plants ever be
fore shown in Tulsa. Make gour selection
for. Christmas giving now.
H. C I. WOOD
One 9hird Off!
vr Ttbmm -Tloie
J? af om fb'rd off.