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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25,1020.
Attempt to Get 'Evidence'
LBCipal Asia Minor Towns
Hive ''oviots, bays neport
From U. S. Officer
rnVST.rrtNOI'MJ, I)c 23.
n.,i,hfvlst agmts at Samiioun nro
an unfriendly attitude to
,ifd Americans, It la reported by
Colcr.tl J I Coomb, director of the
yrir Kor-t re'lef, who lias Jutt re
tamed from (hat Mack sea not t.
i-Tl-o soviet representatives,
Coiontl Coombs said, "endeavorod to
percuade two llusslans, who wero of
ficii In lne Imperial army, and whb
, now hiuffeurs for tho Ncer
W nellf to sign documents al
ut'nt ,,' 1,10 Americans had pro-
funeral Wratigel with Biip
tiifi In plto of throatH thu of
iur, rffused to sign."
Cilonfl Coombs declared the
urrr Introducing tho soviet
.niton I" Aniitolla, and continued:
Thp comnitinlst party In Annum
t onmlng branches In the prlnelpTl
in of Asia Mirror. A communlsT
rourt, composed of three Judges with
fall powers, Is pronouncing the
tvrrctt penalties ugainst suspects.
'Mr urrorlum alio ts applied to the
fpponcnt.i of Turkish natlonallil
r'tirr.f with tho result that national
ist uhorlty Is becoming atronger."
Colonel Coombs said ho wild de
tlid the authority to proceed to the
interior the nationalists alleging
tfcit diplomatic relations had not ynt
ttrn rc-tntnbllshfd with the United
S:tts. Uvcn the Turks wero unable
to so Into the Interior unless pro
rlded with a special permit Issued
br the Angora authorities.
All the Americans in Anntolln,
vVi whom Colonel Coombs was able
It communicate by means of cun
fjred metsuges, aro well.
Twenty thousand orphans, wlth
nt distinction as to race, am now
being fed by the Near East Itcllef.
K the American directors of this
ork are obligated to get out of
Anitolla the fate of these children
MM be precarious as the Turks nnr
aiuMe to care for them. The Near
Ei it Htlief Is caring for 600 1'reirh
prlonrri at Caesarea and Kharput
and li also nursing a few wounded
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Sfrenleen Moro Marriage lienor
Are Issued lit Friday Hush (o
Clerk i 20 Sold In Two Day.
Although prospective marriages
did not materialize Friday to the ex
tent of tho marriage licenso in com
Mrtson to the l Issued Thursday,
the Christmas or yuletldo wedding
thli year la none the leva popular
m evidenced in the following list
of 17 licenses issued yeiterdav by
Hal Turner, llcensp clerk for Tulsa
George It. Htrunkurd, 21, Okla
homa City, and Kdlth need. SI,
TuIm; Marshall Hayes, 25, Tulsa,
nd Ueulah Burchett, 19, Tnhle
qoab; Taut II. Smith. 22, Collins
Mile, and Hernlcc Emerson, 18,
Onasjo! William K. Chilton. 28,
nd Minnie K, Brady, 27, Tulsa;
Clirenro K. Kllard, 39, and Lucille
L. Phillips. 24. Hlxby; J. II. flradner,
if, Wlston, and Grace Knowlton, 35,
Itnki, John Abernathy. 46, and
Mary Williams, 37, Tulsa; W. T.
Freeman. 21, Vlnlta, and Jewel Vice,
" CMtaiirrKT. Kan.: Weber H
Clark. 2J. and Cieorgia C. Barlow, S3
Temple. Ark.; W. 13. Lonson, 39, and
Mary J, Cates, 21, Junks; D. A.
rilmer. 32. Tulsn, nnd Ituth Ohl
"in, 54, Colorado Spring, Colo.;
RnWt O. Harper, 23, nnd Jessica,
Evans, 26. Tulaa; O. L. Fowler, 29,
'id Rthel Bloodworth, 1. Gordon
Cltv; T M. Rnwnn, 24, Fort Worth,
rd Mnrgaret I'rossor, 24, Wash
1'tton. D. C: A. II. Melrvln. 47.
ii4 Survllla Eaton. 20. Tulsa: Wll
Jan. H Gale, 4t, and Harriett Dork,
hait 34 Tulsa; CWfpril Nunery.
14 'TuIm, and Capital Adklnsnn, 22.
R'd Vork; Karl A. ' Covington. 23,
nd pearl Bailey, 2J, Tul7.
RETAIN BUYING GAINS
rjdirect'N I'lobs Oti Vavornhlc
.wnrrw or wrvlts tirnerrtl
Trade Brlow last Vrnr.
S'KW TOHK. Dee. 24. Brad
'tret' tomorrow will say:
The favorable features of the
ek w,rp tn distributive tradn nnd
"aiorn) Inrreairs In r'all buvlnrc.
Inulated hv hol'day nnrrhnei of
wa.rnnl nnods. a slttrhtlv enlarced
l'rliminn of heavv wenrlnrj nn
Prel, ttn to colder weather, with
"""" rortb and wet and some be
t1 artlvVv o nthr part of .lob
r In rhlnnlng (roods to fill In
iKn tf.ekt, Ilet.ill trnrte gen
eri'lv however, )m not mm "'fed
UP to a year siro. The fend other.
ft hi ,ein toward n"re-d onlet
fvVirl..ntn in ,)n rnnnnfnrturlnr;
l-Ynd n further extension of the
wld'nli!? rrre of onlet In Intlnstrv
fatnpnnled hv msnv rennrtu of
Jre roiti.rtnr, the l'OTnnd s'eel
IndM nntlemblv eonilnre Into tht
tfnrM rnltentlnns h'V- POf llO-
r-overt m'irh. and Indeed, are
ilit-c nn whole.
Weiiy hank clearlnRs, IR..17I.-
NEWLYWEDS KILLED BY GAS
I'Urtn (iM ,, Bni,)i, tf,, 0,. n
Tielr New Ne.
NMt'AtiK-. N. ,1.. flee. 2 1. A
ftHI rlnrlf tylQ nl ft. Wbo nr-lvd
nrc vest.,i,v frr)rn nle Tislv
'n he- roMtr ),rf, Ttocn It-ttl'ln
h"Me hs hernm a. few ho'lrs
"-'vn WBP( fOIIPl f,nr
f"M.v-iMon fnnv ln (),Mr snug
"Ji'mv avenue aprf.Tient.
r,A,m"n'h nsn n tr0lv, Tarm'Ii
i i rf"'",,Y fir farr'-nml with a
""is. (lpwe to me, ntv mveelhesrt.
Ilms', w" bo rna'''l''I t Chrlstmes
. After' the l-npin wrddlnrr at Kl'h
' iinrl yiMtrrrtny rP)fltlveH of nrol'lo
MitiM h vettran Bnd his bride,
vj "'"''rntlnn lasted Into tho earlv
nf ,n" morning.'
H.i. in,h, rn"Pl retired. It Is ho
u.i . nr,la. who at home was
,a ta oil Umps, blew out the gas.
Senate Finance Committee Hears
Pleas for War Veterans' Bonus
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lott to right In rear In the comiiiltKf, hriiaium PorliT .1. McCuinUr of
of CoitiiwUc-ut. Wllllnin , Dill itiKliiiin of Wrmonl, rliorltx f'lirtls f
fionrgiii, ltiiwunl Sutherland of West Virginia nnd .John 1'. Xitueiit of
Tho senate flnanco commltteo Is
now hearing pleas for tho pavsago of
HARDING'S I PLAN "
CONTINUED THOU PAOIJ ONIJ
toln portions of tin: machinery of the
Ionise of nations may bo utilized In
tho new Ujrdlng plan for a world
association. Having passed through
the trying period of preparation for
the presidential chair which Senator
Harding now Is undei,:oltiKV Mr.
Taft was ahlo to view the luttor's
position with complete understand
ing and to extend many helpful sug
gestions. While the International Mutation
was exhaustively dealt with, there Is
reason to bellevo thn makeup of
the cabinet and other questions nlso
came In for attention.
One Justice to lletlre.
Tho Impending retirement of at
least one inombrr of the supremo
court of the United Mates haw led
to a wide dlcuselon here of the
popslbln nppolntment of Mr. Toft to
i vacancy on tho supremo court
bench. That discussion has not
brought forth any offUMml utter
It has becomo a problem to find
space for tho flood of Christmas
gifts which continued to nrrive for
the president-elect and Mrs. Hard
ing. The gifts range from cany
and fancy wulstroats and Include
hundreds, of unusually beautiful
and valuable remembrances. Deep
ly as the senator nnd Mrs. Harding
appreciate these tokens of Rood will,
thty have been' almost embarrassed
aa they realize the Impossibility
replying In kind.
HITS CITY AGAIN
CONTINUED lrtONf PACJE ONU
traveling hags and a cameo pin were
missed but Ollmore said that he had
not been able to fullv check up his
loss. IVntrancn was gained by "jim
mying'1 a door.
Pneak thieves entered the home of
W. H. I'cck, SI 3 North Denver.
aooui s o rioek Inst ntitlil nnd nf'.er
ransacking tho house carried off trn
boxes of "ChrlKtmas cigars," n suit
case and several pieces of clothing,
Tho robberif entered tho houso
through a rear door after they had
chtsled away thu lock.
Noted Blackmailer fa
Given Yulctide Parole
SALT LAKH CITY, ller. 24.
Joseph Henry Mar' In, convicted In
1914 of blackmailing suvcra' prom
inent Ogdcn cltlseim, was paroled
oy tho stato honrd of pardons today
Thu blackmailing campaign nnd the
trial of Martin created nation-wide
Interest. I 1919 Martin reenpud
from the state prUon, He volun
tarily surrendered In October. 1020.
after roaming through many Htutes
and Canada. Stating that ho was
prepared to "take his medicine,"
and tint ho was filled with remorse
after tho kind treatment accorded
to him hv prison officials.
Senator Watson 1 8 III
and Sent to Hospital
WASHINGTON. Dec, 24. Physi
cians have ordered hospital treat
ment for fienator Wnton of In
diana. Intrstlnnl troublo has do
veloped, but with several weeks
treatment In n hospital Senator
Wntfon's attendant hopo that an
operation mny bn avoided.
Wants ' Ilomi: Ilium.
NEW VOUK, Dec. 24. "Hnbo"
nuth returned tn New York tonight
front Cuba. Asked whnt hn wantuil
most for Christmas "llibe" said If
Kanta would slip down tho Ituth
chimney tonight with a hut with
whluh he could drive out fr homo
runs In 1921, hn would bo satisfied.
Ilaho" 'made 64 circuit drives last
'Sudden Wealth' Proves Undoing of
Janitor-Heir; Loses Job, Is Hurt
MALD13N. Mass. IHc. 21.
Scores ot women throughout thn
country who have boen writing,
telegraphing and telephoning to
William It. Hiinson, "mlldona rc
Janltor" hnvo been building castles
in the air,
. The suppoitd heir to 11 quarter
of u million from the estate of
tho late James Moore of Chliogo
ha lost his Job, has been Injured
In an automobile accident and
now Is not sure ho really has n
It seems that Hanson rend it
mngarlnu advertisement requoat
Ing the whereabouts of one ''Wil
liam It. Hanson." He wrote to a
Chicago attorney who signed the
ad and was Informed that Hanson
was ono of tho heirs of tho estate
ot Moore. Hanson wrote for moro
tho soldlcrH bonus bill This bill ItaHlrlouM veteran orgnnliatlona on the
passed tho house. The sunate com bill, jvhleh soldiers hopo will bo
mlttce hns heard leaders of the vit-1 tiusHi d ul thin semioii.
Tulsa Church Rites
on Christmas Eve
Attract Many Kids
.Sunday school children, with
their readings, carols and play
lets', woro tho center of Interest
for grown-ups at Christmas Kvo
services In most of thn Tulsn
churches Friday evening, though
to the "kiddles" themsnlvcH tho
thing of Interest was the visit of n
representative of Bantu Claus and
apportioning of Christmas treats.
Tim serious side of Chrlstmas
tldo was not forgotten, however,
nnd throughout all programs ran
tho story of thu coming of Christ
to tho world some two thousand
years ago anil what this momen
tous event means tp mankind,
while tho spirit of giving was ex
emplified In gifts of suhstancn nud
of service. .Special ytilutlde deu
orations adorned church auditor
iums. Midnight masses nt tho
Holy Family Catholic and Sacred
Heart Catholic churches and of
Trinity Kplscopal church In tho
Majestic theater were well attend
ed. MILLIONS PUT UP .
FOR CLARA'S BAIL
fONTINDKU KIIOf TAOK ONK
today 1y Henry t l'nge, public ad
ministrator, gave the total property
holdings In this state ns $477, lUfi. 77.
Tho Inventory showed two life In
surance policies wllh a 81, I.otils
company for $200,000 nnd listed cap
ital stock In n Kansas City hank
valued nt S1QC.19S and credit with
a loral brokerage firm of $114,
951.H0. A dcp'oslt at a local bank
Tho public administrator said he
had filed n demand for payment of
tho Insurance policies.
O.V CI..MIA l'ltOSKCTTlOX.
lly ANoclitnl rr Hlntr Wire.
OKIiAIIOMA CITY, Dec. 24. No
final decision hns 'been mado by
Governor Ilobertsott on tho question
of directing the attorney general to
paitlnlpato In the prosecution of
Clara Smlih-Homnn, the governor
said tonight. Governor Robcrtaon
said' he has thu matter under con
sideration. If events loading up to the trial
Indicate that there Is no need" for
assistance from tho state, the at
torney general will not be asked to
take part, hn said. Adequate meas
ures to reach a Just verdict before
an unnreJudlced Jury must bo car
ried out, he said, and offlclnls of
Carter county will ne given any neip
from the state that they need to pr
form their dutlus efficiently in tho
Inlurlcti Kill Youth.
MUHKOOJ313, Dec. 24. Thoroon
ration, 18, for the last two ycaro.
etar football player on tne Clnm -
mere high tfam, died today from
being whirled agulnat a cement floor
by u revolving shaft In a creamery
here. Ho sat down on the smooth
shaft, "hlch caught his clothing and
whirled him to tho floor.
rhino Damaged by Fall.
NEW YOIIK, Deo. 24. An a-rlal
plane piloted by Frank I'almor
was badly damaged today when It
mndo n forced lundlng nt fjheeps
Head Bay rnro track, Brooklyn.
The jilano was en route from
Mineola. I,. I, to Bollnfonte, l'a.
The pilot was not Injured.
Accept Bids of Oil Supply.
HAN FHANCIHCO, Dec 24. Bids
'or virtually SO per cent of th
nnvy's fuel oil requirements for tho
flrst three monthn of 1921 wero ac- 1
filled today from tho .Standard,
t'tilon and associated oil companies,
Thi,' price was $2 a barrel at pipe
linn terminals, nccorfling to n ills
patch received ot thn twelfth naval
details but had not heurd'from
the attorney and has been unable
to find tho attorney's letter or re
moinber his namu. When Hanson
announced he was an heir and
that thu only th ng needed to
make htk life cnmplttte was 11 lov
ing wife, womert from u II quarters
began notifying him of their
Thu drug storo where Hannon
worked was deluged with mall,
telegrams and photographs. Ite
atiln Hanson was "fired,"
Hanson got a Job putting slag
on roofs nnd wus weathering the
storm when ho got hurt In arf
Recovering from his injuries,
Hanson has como to tho conclus
ion that ho does not want a wife.
Hut ho certainly wold like to hear
front that Chicago lawyer,
North DnUotii, Gir I'. Mclean
Kmiikum, .IjhiH-m i;. WnUn of
SHOWS ITS HEART
roNTINL'Kll I'llOM TAOi: ONK
dlstrlbii.ed after tho servlcu by at)
autamohlllng commltteo headed by
11. 13. Williamson.
I'oor children of other lands wero
not forgotten, for offerings of money
were collected for tho heur-catU re
lief. Young girls of the Trlanglo club
of the church will give nnd seivn a
Christmas dlunur for ,10 poor chil
dren of Hie dty nt 12 o'clock Ba'.ur
Juy In the social hall of tho church.
Tho girls will be uslsti'il In prepar
ing th dinner by their .mothers and
Mis. II, l weuell, clun leartor. Aft
er the dinner there will bo games
nnd a treat.
Thirty Christmas baskets, the eon
tents of which cot $10 apiece, will
be dlstilhuted early this morning by
.lie Helping (land society of tho
Fhst l'roMbyterlun church. Tho bas
kets wero packed Thursday night.
The First llaptlst church will dlslrl-
mite (0 baskets eaiiy this morning.
Forty-five fatnillct have been re
membered with Christmas bankets
by tho Boston Avenue M. 13. church.
In the baskets are to)'M as well as
grorerle. Thn College Hill Com
munity church has made up 10 ban
kets and an offcilng for near-east
relief was mado a, the Christmas
Kvo progiam. The Second l'reeby
erlan church has provided ten bas
kets for poor people.
Negro I'oor Got Kliarp.
Following the Christmas Eve pro
gram nt the Flist Metlodlst church,
each clues bruught forward an offer
ing for to philanthropic work of the
hiirch, this offering vurylng from
clothing, food ami toys for a Christ
mas basket, to staple groceries to bo
itoied away for distribution through
out thu winter, a scholarship nnd a
dice It for foreign work. Members
of this church ave brought Joy to
many dlffuieut peoplo this Chris'.
ma.t.yfor to tho Hose Hill fluridny
.wool was sent a ChrlstmueTtreal for
H, to thn Bethel mission went 150
orunges, to West Tulsa went a wagon
load of toys and clothing, to colored
people 2ti baskets, to two families In
I'urk VInw rhristmas baskets and
to threo families within thn city lim
it Christmas bahkets. All milk and
butter for the Christmas distribution
of thu church Is annually given by
W V. Ileriou of thu I'uru White
No baskets will bo distributed by
thu Nog.tlti Avmuo Baptist church,
but at tho Christmas l-3ve services on
Friday evening each claes In tho
Xundav school brought u large quau
Uy of staple groceries, Mich iu flour,
canned gods and potatoes. There
will he placed In thn fctororoom of
th chinch and given out during the
winter by u special committee to
these actuully in uued,
Ituv. W. C Clock of tho West
'J'ulhii Methodist church gavn to In
dividuals and churches wishing :n
furnish Christmas cheer le namea of
30 needy families In West Tulsa.
Bestdcij tho baskets distributed by
clubs and relief organizations, much
imvaic uiiaruy woik lias neen dona
Lx - Kaiserin'H IlUlCSS
Is Christmas Damper
IJOUIIN. Holland. Dec. 21 Tim
bird Christmas of the Hoheniollern
family In Holland ulll l.e U-m pre
'us than last j ear's celebration
at Amuruugen. The ai.rlous illnesh
of ihe uiiner empress and the sui
cide of Jonehlm will glvo the ob
servance morn of un air of mourn
ing thun celebration. Many tele
giuma of greeting have been re
reived at Doom by tho DutchesH of
Brunsulcl; and tho former Crown
I'llnco Frederick William, who will
s'uy with their paronts until New
Got Mom of Heller Money,
NBW YOUK, Dec. 24 In a cable
mcuHugo of Christmas eucouragc-
"u"u 1,10 "versess workers of the
oi,;anlzutlon comprising (he 13uro
pean relief council, Heibert Hoover
arnounced tonlglit that moro than
i 1 0.00(1.000 has been pledged tn tho
touncirs J33.000, 000 child saving
luiiu. iuHiiuniu j,imm,uui tit ine
3,600,000 destitute children In east
ern and central Hurnpe nio iinsiirud
of llfu until the next harvest.
Demantl llou-lng Heivr,
CO I K.NIIAUF.N. lift !. -Trade
unions, comprlrlng nl: tho worktrs
ln thu houH.'iuildiiiK Industry have
adopted u resolution demanding that
the government, without delay, com
mence the building of dwellings to
mitigate the "alarming" growth of
.unemployment- and tho lack of
housing accommodation, I'rivutc
contractors have iiractlra.lv h opped
building as thuy suy the business ts
unptofltable on account of Ihe high
wuges und the dearth of mater lalf.
I'rgi'H CiHilIni at Ion nf Lever Act
WAHII IS'GTON. Due. 24. fun.
tlnuatlon of the I.ever net, repeal
tif which Is provided In a hill nl
Ireudy passed by the house, Is "vitally
I important" to Insure an ndequnto
fuel supply ror the navy at a reason
able prices, Hccrolary Daniels de
dared In a statement tonight. Ho
urged continuation of the act, "at
least until peucu hau been furmally
3 FIREMEN HURT
IN MEMPHIS FIRE
Paint and Oil Feeds Blaze
in Warehouse; Loss
MEM I'll let, Tenn.. Dee. 21 Fed'
by tons of paints and oils, llio ot
undetermined origin Into today de
roved I be Irn.il Hulcsrooni'i and
warehouse of the ttllddeji company
of Clevoland, damaged a number of
adjoining stores, and caused nei Ions'
Injuries to three firemen. The loes
li estimated nt 1 2 1. 0 , 0 0 0 . For n time1
the Goodwyn institute building. In
whlrli tho Memphis brunch of the
fedeinl reserve liank Is located, mid I
other ndjolnlng property was thitat-j
Tho flic is thought to have orig
inated in an office adjoining tho
paint and oil stole. It had gained
good headway befoio being discov
ered nnd after it t cached tho (Hid
den plant, fiiemen wein foiced to'
confine their efforts to saving ad-'
Joining property. The flro was ;
eprrlaeular, explosions of oils and;
paints occurring nt frequent ntur-l
vals, and throwing sparks nnd biirn-i
ing timiieis iiigh Into the air. i
(JunpaWH Are Ineren-lng In l'oiula
Hun lis Well us In rneK'rlljr,
MIAMI, Oklu., Dec, 2. -HUitls-Mrs
pin porting to show that tho In
diana mo u dying race, do not find
confirmation in the report of Carl
r . Mayer, superintendent of thn
Quapuw Indian tribe, who says that
tlio trine, composed or 23G men,
women nnd children 21 yearn auo
when the government assumed their
guardianship, now has n roster ol
822 names. This Is un lucrciiHo ol
Tho roster of tho tribe, ns i word
ed In Mr. Mayer's report, does not
embrace all full-blooded Qunpawt,
liowuver. But a few ho d thin ills-
Unction, ho points out, Intermar
riage with other races having grad
ually changed the blood of tho tribe
until now tho iiumes on thu rosier
are half, quarter and sixteenth In
dians, and some of more dlstunt 1 In
cage. Improved conditions umoip;
the QuawpawM li attributed, by Mr.
Mayes to the Increase in population.
un trio trilial hub every wuiipaw
Indian woniun with n white husband
Is tin: legal bend of tho family. It
la "her" children whoso tinmen ap
pear on tho agency lists and It Is
"her" children who nro entitled to
benefits conferred on tho trlbo by
the government. These benefits,
however, are not In proportion to
those administered to members and
heirs of other tribes, Mr, Mayes du
olured. Duo to tlio impossibility of
determining tho value of oro do
posits on Quapuw lands, fiom which
accrue tho benefltu returned to I Item
by the government, thn estimated
wealth of Quaiuiw In this district hi
estimated only In millions.
Although the majority of thn Qua
piiWH live in Miami und this part ot
the Btute, many have located In other
states, Mr. Mayer said. Many hiivo
becomo Independent citizens and lira
not under tho Jurisdiction of tho
government, but only a few are "Im
mensely wealthy." Effective De
cumber 1, hcadquarlcrn of tho Qua
paws was transferred to Miami from
GOSPEL OF TREE PLANTING
Missionary in Automobile Travels
Through West Clunada,
13DMONTON, Alia.. Dec. 2 . On
u thnutiand-mllu tour through south
ern Albert In an automobile
equipped with a planting and troo
exhibit, Archibald Mitchell has
preached tho gospel of tree planting
du tho prairies to 10.463 people tills
fall. He conducted his educational
campaign under the auspices of the
Canadian Forestry nssoclutlnn.
lie Is thu first tree missionary
ever to make an automobile stulnp
Ing trip through thu Canadian wist,
but Ills success hail been so itreii
that thu Forestry association has
decided to make such a lour an an
nual event. Tho purpose Is to give
prairie, farmers and townspeople In
i,i i ycilon In thu planting und culture
of treeii to embower their hoints In
shade, beautify thu landscape and
furnish wind-shelters for livestock.
Five million tree seedlings are dis
tributed each ear from the domin
ion government's nursery at Indian
Head, Husk. It costs the government
ono or two cents each to grow the
seedllngii and farmers get them for
tloakliig. They uru planted un
der direction of government experts
who supeivlso ihelr culture for Iv.'o
years. Ninety per cent of trees
planted In tho lust 10 years have
lived, according to lh Forestry as
sociatlon. Coolldgci Wushott lilshcw.
BOSTON. Dec. 24. Governor
Coolldiie, vice president-elect, Willi
devote a part of Christmas day to I
washing dishes. He left tally todiiy
for his home In Northampton, where
he will sptiul the holiday quietly.
with Ins family. Mrs, Coulldgo will,
'prepare thu dinner for her husband
and their two boyn nnd afterward
nil four will make short work of
clearing the table und cleaning the
Cave Heated by Nature
Is Discovered Antony
the Hills of Oreyon
IIK.N'D. Ore., Dec. 20 A ii.it
tirally healtd uivn hits been dit
eove, ed at llomu bultu here,
whloh draws Its warmth from a
subterranean voIohiiIc source. The
dUcovery wan made by C. A.
Varnell and II. D. i;.do, local fiiil
dealers' Thn cave Is locatud near
the lop of thu butte and first at
tracted attention when u wavu of
heat was felt Issuing from thu
The cinder bottom and rock
walls of the tunnel am unbear
ably hot to the IoikIi, thu heat
Increasing us fur back as could be
explored. That the phenomenon
Is a recent manifestation was Indi
cated by the smouldering of grass
and twigH near th" opening.
To test thu natural oven Mr
Yurnell cooked a light br'akfoM
by Introducing law nrtlrUs of
foot! Into tho aperture ahd clos
ing the orlficu for a few momutitH.
Seven and a Half Million Is
Harding's Official Plurality
The figures below give n resume of tho total vote In the election ot
November I for Ihe head of the ticket In each state While the figures
ore not nb'olulely official, yet thiy weie obtained from official sources
nnd such cli.ingr as the final announcement niny make will be no small
as in be negligible. It Is postlblu that Home of the minor parties may
have been overlooked In the count, but this tablo is sufficiently tellable
to be cut nut and preserved for m Terence. Tho tlgurrn follow.
The total votn cist 27,101 f.7.1
llardlng'o vote I'M39,37H
Con' vole '.i.ni.roi
Harding a plui.illty 7.507.C77
llep. Deni. Soe. I'roh. Labiir
Alabama Tl.ftMi K.3,2R4 2,T.9 77
Arizona 31, OK I'J.f, If, I2&
Arkansas f,D,74 1 05,11 1 H ,
California r24,Ht2 U2U.lt 1 M,n7H 2K,0S,1
Colorado 17,1, IIS 104. H3H Ji.04. 2,Sn7 .1.01K
Connecticut 22(i,!3R 110,721 I O.Sf.0 1,771 1.047
Delaware MM .ttu'll MM UK')
Florida 44.S&S DO, Mr. f,,lM9 4,2Kil
Georgia 41,011 107,112 46C H
Idaho Klt,.U'l 4A,r.7;
Illinois 1,420,4 90 MU.m .7 1,747 1 1,2k, 4D,C;tU
Imtl.in.i G!ir,170 111, .KM 24,70.1 U.402 Hl.tiMI
Iohu 34,f.74 227,021 HI.ORl 10,321
Kim mm .100, l?f, 1ST', 147 lti.tilll
Kentucky 4f2,4s0 4rlt.4!i7 C4U9 .1,260
Louisiana n B , f . B ft 87,51'.
Math 1 3 0 , .T f . P, (S.flni 2,214
M.irl.wul 2.1(1,117 lS0.2fl K.87I1 1.17S
MassachuseltH PKl.lt 27(1,(11)1 .12,267
Michigan TS2,tt6t 2.in.HI0 2s,l't7 ,11
Minnesota r,ll,l2l ll.'.DI Ml.lOn 11,4.14
Mississippi ll.f.7fl t.277 1,0.111
M.iveourl 727.H2 574. 'J00 0,242 r.,112 .1.291
Molilalia 109,4.10 67, .170 12,20 1
Nebraska 247,491 UO.fiOK U.GOO 6,917
Nevada, 15,479 U.Sr.l l.sf.l
New Hampshire 9H.1IMI 112. SH2 1,234
New Jersey fil 1,(170 25S.229 :7,217 4,7 1 1 2.173
New Mexico 57,634 4fi,ilBR 1,097
sw York 2,3(17,1117 771,77 1 20,1,805 17,977 4,07(1
North Carolina 232,800 30S.447 44H
North Dakota 160,072 37,422 8.2R3
Ohio 1,1112.032 7RO,037 r.7,147 294
Oklahoma a4s,4i sio.r.Jo s.yiaH ...... ......
Oreeot 143,63 K0.089 0,(101 3,595 1,516
Pennsylvania 1,2111,615 603, 2021 70,021 42,012 ir.,42
Ithodo island 107.4I3 66.00J 4,361 510
Booth Carolina i,H3 (13,010 2H
Houth Dakota 109.7H5 36,057 90S S4.K30
Telinesjee 31,H !0.55K 2,:!t
c.la, 116,40 389,ng H.194
i,Vi, ' 81,665 sc.nnn ll.tf.U 4,475
Vermont "b113 2".91 771
Vlrulnl'i M 141.70 807 28 240
Wasll gton 213,127 84,298 8,911 77,24(1
Wes Virginia .... St 007 lto,789 5,018 1.62S
WUiWlsIn i V 49857 113,422 1.0,1136 8,t7
wvoniing . ".oh n -ar "
Ttnl 1,(I39,378 1,131,701 1110,477 177,957 242,1(10
Total vole In ll 1 2k
Woodiow Wlbfon'ss plurality 591. .185
WANT RELIEF IN TEXAS
HHTNHAI, Nov. l-Auirrlc.in
commercial liodUs here and Ameri
can commercial Interests genxrally
In China are engngod In a cmibalgi ,
to Induce tho United Htates con
rress to pnmt a law rsllevlng them
from the payment of Income ta to
the l'nlted Btntes treasury.
They have appealed to legislators
ami men bcrn of commercial bodlou
in tho. l'nlted Hldtes to aid them
In bringing about tho pamagu '
mngre.oi of a federal Incorpora
tion ut:t for American companies
China which Is exacted to conm
before congress In December.
Tho American bunlneM men horn
i.. i. i Hot tlmv urn at a ais-
.!... ,. ,!,, iii tho fart that
tho British doing business In ChtiiU
are exempt from liayrnnni ", "
enmo lax. Tho HhanKhal chumbor
pf commerco has sent "iiresuiiw
lives to WuHhlngton tn present data
to members of congrewi In support
of their appeal.
lCarthqimkn Killed 48.
T1IIANA, Albania, Deo. 24. For
ty. two persons wero killed, 200 wero
Injured nnd 600 mudu hnruehss by
the recent eartliquaku In the Tope
lent district, It was learned today.
Tim district was thinly populated
From SOn Kaoh to th "Tailor Mado
Kind." Repairing of All Kinds.
ftOU Kimth Boulder Osngo 7094
Tulsa Window Shade Co.
THE CHILDREN'S DAY
717 SOUTH CIIKVKNNB
Children Cared for During Working
or Khopping Hour.
Samuel A. Boorstin
Attorney and Counsellor
Now limited 82.1-2(1. 37 Mryo Illd.
Ijiw of OM and Gas
I.iiw tif CtiriKiratlona
DR. JOHN LEE
Venereal, Kidney, jMudder.
and Dimmb!' of Women
113'2 S. Main O. 46.12
l.upcrt Watch and .leivelrj He-
pairing. OrrifleU IUII
.road Watcli Inspector
for Kanta I'e, Frbitvi
und M, K, T.
t.i;VI.VKllll south Miiln Ml,
DR. IRA ALLISON
lU-OOD. KKIN AND
lOfi.A Wen Fourth Kt,
Attack IConenlrlo'N Will.
I'()ltTI.ANI, Ore.. Uoo. 24.
Suit was filed in federal, court hero
today on behalf of tho heirs of ller-
nard Daly, l.akevlnw county, to break
the will under tho provisions of
whlrli, 1500.000 was set aside as n
fund through whluh no fewer than
IS young men nnd women from
Ijvkuvlew shall bn sent to coltcirn
each year. Tho heirs ask that Daly
oo ticciarcii to nvc mrd intestate
to nil portions ot educational
fund and that this property bo
pusaod to the 15 heirs.
To tlm 1'ubllo.
Following U list of care delayed
five, minutes or more nt railroad
oiosslugs, Thursday. December 3 3.
Car No. 425 on Main atreot, at
r risen, irom u:o7 to ; a. m. Car
mo. 3ir on Kendall, at Midland val
ley, from 7:48 lo 7:52 p. m.
TUI.SA HTItKKT It A II. WAY CO.
LODGES AND 5QCIETIE3
THI.Ma fnbriK rib. 71 ninii tm
Thiir(4iy, rirat Tnurtitsr, r.
!. Nwcn4 Thuri'Ur. busintM.
Thlrrt ThiltniVr. M. M. KouMM
rnurinuy, is, a, null niiiiini,-
Tiiurxiuy, I )f. in. wont in
11, A. itcsrnt, commnrlnif At
ft a. m. Vliltori wflcnnt.
John MelMnlmeher. W. M. J. '. Menforle.S,
.llllir" ll.irr,.i,A ,ii.,v, T.
J r MtiSI'-flltTB. Bn. .
fiki.iA uiiiitir 4i wiirTneiri'iri,rir
jtJtK enrnm untcutton Tutiili),
)te. II, worn in i;. a,
dKr". ci,nunnclnir t t P.
m. Masonic IUII. VUIIImk
iioscok H. OWKNO. W. H.
'Vn-riitm hakkii. Hcrtr.
WfTiTniKuii'TCopaK ho. 4)4 mu
rvvrir vri,F ...uii
NhI rnmmunlrallan Vrir,
I1 II. rniiniKririns 1 p. mi.
Wuili n,l (tismlnsllon in I'
(' ,liil. Vltlllns MifMI.
Iiirlsllr laH"'t. ,
A. r, ri. . l.AHur., v, m,
n II. II ANNA. Kcy.
wanrztniFTuiro. jr. tHiir?irM
Sh intra n nnriir . wi .in.
mouth at Wtsonl kslli tlrel
tnt.ilnf. builiiMti eond, ln.
tlallun and tacltl. Star's cluk
ntttl Id4 and 4th WMaMdar,
III, i.v v. im
ItllN. TKMPIM ttlMNANT, Worihr Malre-v,
" MkS. ilMMA irAttT, crtnr;
ftliSriHlAPTEirNa ".ft. A; : "",
mti'tins. ""''", i'
1 10 p. in. Wink tn It. M.
U, A. BNTDKIl. rtaaratary.
h. it. nri:, 11. i',
tail, inonili. N-m mfftlng
li.o. JI, Work hi nd L'ri'ii
Krre. 7 0 p. 111
joiin HKtstNUAClirn, tic
KIIANK fltlAMAN, luoonl.r,
AKUAR TKMI'l.U A. A. . N. fct H. Nail
llit'HIIlK, uukinva, r relay, an
immr ir, .mck.vnn,
II, M, VVm.MVI.'ll. Itieoidar,
AimoiiA ijDfiK Na it. 1. o. a r.
Nan intrllns tier 1).
Sn 0 oiii! ;.ury
b'xlt' a nlvlil Jt-rri- 1
inrnia IkIk. ufirna I 4U p, in. All OiM
I f 1 it 'nvslril
J. O. CIIAMfAN. M. a
U. U rOUNliSTDNIC, Htoratarr,
11'I.f.A IJNrAMI'.VUllTl'f.-O. I. I.O.O r
Inttta n.r,iiid and fu'irth I'llJ.y, I. II
it,, in. K I' l,all. It ' l.aal Sacond.
I' Mu'ilr. U. I'.
II. A, l-'uller, Act. Scrllia,
TIM.HA IIUIICKAII NO It. I. O.
tneele eeciMl anil rourlh Krlday, T;ja u,
I'. hall. ltV4 Hacoiiii
MIIH. U A. (VA'ItfUN, U, O,
IDA lUllNUUIHT. Bear.
TUI.SA CANTON NO H. 1. t. t). K ,,,(,
flrit ana -Mid Vrlday, Tilt p. o .
Muiittane hall, 111 ouulh Hnuldar.
j, H William. Captain. It. II. fuller, Clk.
TUI.SA ("AMI" NO 07. M. VV. of K and
in AIHJNTAN CAJI, No 1701
ft N. (if A., meal avrry Tuee.
'.'ff ".!lh., . ' ' kail,
im ICaet second etreeu Via
. . u.'. Kv Medina. Contul.
A. A. ttll arhavai f.atil
II., a r. J Z " w-. , a.lJI BV
vi,. 1' t"..P. '""' O.IMI. Oracle.
Mr I. ,1, Wrlht. O HO!. Itacordar.
BII.VKII I'J.ti.MK ij3IiilK m tr
ttieeta arary Ttninday nltlil a'l
K. V hall, l Kecond. Noal
liilln lift Jlrd VltllPu
knight uriad 10 attend,
t). It. KKI.U, c. C
HI) lAi.rl. K H A .
OltOTTO No. tl. Nl t.ueln
luei,llh- mid e.rilon
nf officer. Hatuiday.
.'an. Ilh, nil,
(iocs Under the Knife
WASHINGTON, Dee. 21 HtnMor
f'hnmberlolii of ur'goti successfully
tindorweut today the fhst of two -.
operations necessitated by Ills con- A
dlllou. It was said nt his offlco '
that attending physlclani we n st
ihflul with his progress ,ind expect
ed to perform the second operation
within two tlnjs.
1 1'uMlnhail l.i Tlis ' Ttlis' Daily " VVt'iil.
Iml.r "I t; 3 J7 nnd IS, Ii0.
Tie, Wuild I'lititlaldnc (niii,any, I'uh
liaht ra )
StlAI.HII lltllS I'lilt HTIIIIHT PAVIMI,
Ntiilrp la liaraliy itlvn (I, at In nururiia
of an ordft hy lha thiarit uf t'ominlaalnriara
,f Ilia Oily of Tulia tlklahollia, aaalad
lilda ,vill l,a l.iv-, nt Itif ufflra of ttia
I'lty A o l llrvr of aal.t ,'lty nt II 5 o'clock
I' M.. Mon.Uy Januair tr,. lull, fur
rurnuhlna malariala and parraimlnt Ilia
nik n-irmitv In tiavlnc and ntharwlaa 1
iinpniv Inn In tho maiinar and auldact t'
tha rendition liatrlnattrr ant out. lli
ollnulns il.i'riti.',t porltuna nf tha follow.
Ins iiatuail atraala and avrnuai In said
i'lty f Tulaa. In-l
J'lllMT ST(tlJt:T fmm tha K.tat line
rf 1,,-nver Ataniir in Ihn at llnai
nf Main Hlraul, Including atraat Inlar
t'llMT STIIKKT. from Ida llaat Una
of alaln turret to Ins wrtf Una of
'rnkfil A Mu.. Includlns Intar-
"Minna, atcapt lha Intalarotldll at
I'll.! Sltrat anil lloalnn Avrnuai
CIIHVn.N.VK AVHNL'i:. from tha '
north Una of l.atlmar fire ri to tha
north lino of liursara Mill Addition,
miN'VKIt AVIl.NtJi:, from lha norili ,,
line if l.aiiiuar siraai in tha north
Una of llursr.a Ulll Addition
I'nr furlhrr dalalla aa In lha malarial,
nlitna nml nialhmla ,,r i-n , 111 -t,,,n tn t,a
urad III tin piovlna: a.tld lrala and vtmiei
1,1 i.irrn am irlrrrad to tha ilant anil
,i'i-lfliallna Ihrrafnr approv-d by lha
llniitit of I'nitimlaaliinara, and In Ihs
rraoiiitlmi adiiplail by aa 1,1 llnaril d.ctirlns .
tha nacaaally nt and lirnvldliif for tha
Imiirntainant nf aald nnrllona of aald
atri ata and ayanura. Hald ra,iittlon, plans
and anoclflratlona ara nn flla In tha nfflra
of tha t'lly Auditor and eoplaa of aal,l
raaolmlon will lia fnrnlahad upon appll
rnllon Ihncfur at tha otflca of lha City
Tha antlra eoit nf aald Imnr oaamanta nn
aald pnriluna nf aald alraata and svanuaa
and aaclt of thfin shall I, a apportioned
to and lavlad and aaaaaiad aailnlt lha
ahilttlns prnparly llaMa tn aaaaMmanta
tharafor and tha nwnara tharaaf In an.
enrdanca with tha pruvlalona nf Arlkta I,
,r tha cnartfr vt lha City of Tulaa. Okta. '
homa, and aymnla lu lha oontraolor will
to ma,a In tat bills evldanolng aald at
aaaatnanla. Tha contractor to wnom lha contract
may Im aivardrd will ta raqutrad ta pra
aura Ida algnalur of a, auraty oompany.
appravait by ha noanl or Commlaalnntr
of tha City ot Tula, tn th contract
R'tirantatlng lha canatruollon In lha aunt
of lot par cant, anil an Indamnlty bond
alsnad bv a auralv romtianv annfavarf liv
lha Hoard of Cammlaalonars nt lha tiny
1,1 1 una or not iraa man ma pay !'"
or lha enntraat prloa, provldad aalj .nirrty '"V
company shall not ha llahla nn aald hand
to aioatd Twanly.fl Thouaand (111,0101 'I
Hollar for Indamnlty sruwlna out nf any )IJ-
ona a,roldant, a malnlanasra bond In fifty
lam bar oant nr tha contract nrlaa. and .1
a statutory hand aa ranulrad hv lha laws -
of lha Ntat ot Oklahoma, th sbora to Ulf
,1 naatn upon in pric Bin in in pro-
poaat. aielualv nf lh analnaarlna- ad a 4
advartlalnr ehargaa, all or aald bonds la ir.
ka aaaoutad t, lh contractor and th
auraly nf aurallra acraplabla la th Board
of t.'ommlaalonara nf in City f Tula,
and lh City of Tulaa Is b mad party ,i
of lh third part In aald bond. '
li ii mint im unon tha aroooaal akaata 1,1
furnl.had by th clly antfnaar sail k
hid tntiat b accompanlad by Mparat -te
.-,,,(,.. un mviiiv .mii.t aina, M'--
hanking homa or trust eompany In an t
amount aqual Is flva (I) par cant of th )l
amount of th aprrrilmata total o at 'X
tho work, baaad upon lha bid with whlah le
ithinlttrit. Th Hoard of Cnmmlaakinsn i,
of aald Clly raaarva k rllht t ralaal
ny anil ail mua ann Biddtr ara caution
d In nliaartr all th eondltlok sat t '
In thn apaclfloatlnna and bidding ahaat.
Hid rrcalvad aa aforaaald will b eon- wt
aldarad by th Hoard of Cnmmlsalonar at ,
a rat Inn tn ha hald at tha City Hall ,i
In lh City nf Tulaa, Oklahoma, at I a
o'elock . m., Tutaday, January 4, 1IIL "V
All bid ara required to ba plaead aa i -f
file In lha City Auditor's offlc for Is--e I
apMllou forty-rlfht hour aflor opnla
b.for lha award or rajaotlon r bida r
can b mad.
Tula, Oklahoma. Dccambar II, III. ,(
MICS. rilANK H tSA it AN.
, , Auditor.
rnbllhd In Th. Tulia lJlir"wTI
Uac. If, II, II. 10, II. II, ,, , , , ,.
IT, II. 1, 1, l, llllt January I, I, I.
4, I. I. i. I. I. It. li. II. II anil It.
Mil. World Publl.hlna: Co., ubibra)
OIIIIINANCB NO. Jill.
An Ordlnanc lo apportion, itry ana)
aaiaas apcclal laiea In payment of the
coat of riinatructlns a sanitary awr
in anWIOIt IIIHTIItCT NO. lil aa
rrralrd and catabllahad hy Ordinance
Nn. SOITi and daclatlnv an amarsapey.
WIIKItllAH. In pursuance of tha era-
vltlnna nf tha Charter nf lha City of Tulsa.
Oklahoma, and lha etalutea of tha Htata
of Oklahoma, for inch caaa mad and.
provided, th aald Clly did by Ordlnanc
No. iOIT rraalc and atablleh HKWBK
tilSTlllCT NO, III and alter dtclarjnc It
naraaaary tn ennatruot, atwara In aald
HKWKH DISTHICT NO. HI by tha nroyl-
alnna of Ordlnanc No. 3Q4T, did on th
Ith day of OotoUer. Ills, let to Comataok.
Hundley Co., contractor. certain con
tract lor Hi ronalruotion or a narlaln aen
Itary aawar In HHWKIl DISTHICT NO.
wiiiiiiKAS. in rurauanc of said eon-
tract, aald CotnatockHmdty Co. ha ran-
alruotad a certain aanltary tewer In aald
SEWUIt OINTKK.-T Ha, III. and lha work
under aald contract ha bran accepted and
atuirnvad by tha City Knsllloer and tha
Hoard nf Oimnilaatontr of lh Clly of
WIIIC UK AS, In further eureiiartr of tha ii
atstutea nf lha rltata of Oktnhcma, afor "
aid, and iindrr in lerma nr th rbarter
nf the ald City cf Tul, Oklahoma. It la
doemad neceeaary by Ihs Hoard of Com
mlaelotirr nf t lie Clly of Tulaa, Oklahoma,
In levy and aiacai a apeclal tax upou tha
Sroparly lleble tn assessment In aald
HWKIt MHTItlCT NO. lit. by raaeon of
WIIKttHAH. Hit total roat nf lha ran.
alrucllon nf atld or In raid HICWKIl
DISTItlt'T NO. Ill, Itirludlni aiiras haa 1
been aecertitlnod and t hereby declared to
TIIK'T Nr. Ml, In lh ainnunla herein. ,
after specified la Seitlon 1 of tht Or
,1 1 1, a nee.
NOW, TKr.ltlirOllll, UK IT OttDAIN- 1
r,l HV Till! HOAIID OK I'OMMIrWION. 1
ba the aunt nl 17 ST I 47, all nf which I' j
tu h levied hy apeclal aeeranment asainat
the lota and parcel of land benefited by
tlm ronatruf tloit of a.tld aewer In aald
HI;VI:it DISTIHCT NO, III. and
VVIinilKAH. all legal rtiiulreintnte hat I
barn compiled villi tn uuihnrlta th levy
nf tho aatereiitents usalrnt ald tola and
parcel eo tlat.la for tha 1 t of conatrur.
Hon of aald rawer In ald HriVVUIl HIS.
r" or 1111; city ok tulsa. Okla
hKCI'IO.V It That thare shall ha, and
thete la hereby apportioned to nnd lavlad
upon and aeNraeed usalnal tha several lota
ant parrel e( Und In aald rlllVt'KII IIIH-
1 TIIIUT NO IIS In Hi City nf Tulea. Okla
1 hottiu, an tteneflled by th t-onalructlon of
leant sewer, aa Sfeclsl lai, to pay for
1 1 he conelmcllun of aald eewor, tho amount
rrapecllvely, a lollowa:
" 3 310. JI
" 4 J0,St
" 6 110.11
" 7 110. U
" I .VlO.tl
" HO. HI
" 10 31T.33
13 .177 73
" II t0t.lt
1 II K. US' JIS.6S
e 11 VV. 10' It.K
" ' H 117 0J
WTIO.S" Jt That tho uiemnl here
by levK-t on each of tha abot mentioned
iota and eirieta of Mml ara hrby de
r'rrd 10 b a Un upon aurh lola and
pjrcel nt li.l to the same alnl otnei
laiea and htl be rullrrtiil and enforced
01 tha ma manner aa iilbor t4ii In and
I ,r Hi lty "t Tul4, Oklahoma, ara col
SKi'TION I That all etmnta
hr eby Uvlert ha'l hi dlvi led li.lv Hire
131 tiual annual Inalullnienle a author
Ud ly J -itulca nt tha fllatt t Okla-