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TTT.SA DAILY WOULD, ! ATURDAV, DKCEMDIJR 28,1020.
TO BE RENOVATED
lohn I). Appleby Outlines
I . . .
Intend to Follow
ECONOMY THE SLOGAN1
..ta Institutions and Those
Duplicating utners to uc
Elipunntcd, He Says
.Separated From Wife
; at Outbreak of War
Father Now Wants Hoy
rM Male Wire.
iKlV 1 'VA CITY. Hup. 24. Hp.
io aiimininiiniiiui and
.rt. of IllO it(lti Is to do
,1 oblert of tho ropuli
er- of tho house (if rep
Ji-hti D. Appleby, see
i' republican state, com-
y IS IO IK lliu slOKilll Ul Wir
..tinbiica n ti' iiousm in mo com
A ifftt'.urp. Appleby said.
E!.nnru' .on of useless Institutions
or of tit t lint dupllente tho work
sfothT he "i" f tho methods
el kfP" down oxpendituree" ho
till. Tli' rt publicans of the til.i
Itiure af ''"t expected to oppose
n-trwir .nl Jut tupport to
.ortv utions. They will wimt
n Miial b i .ns'otid of allowing Kood
-kuisii tor warn or sup-
and commissions that
. ffort nnd that could bo
iti.l nbollhi'd without nf
efficiency of tho state
it certainly will bo at
the house of rcprcscnta
cut off urinocomary ex-
all sorts will ho the
poll, y ,
App declared th.it ho favored
mint? iutrieulatlon foes for stu-
j.f. 1-1 nrnf esslnnill tletinrtliwtnt.a
ltn f' i feed HIMOOtlt to n form nf dismissed.
uitlon Ho suRKcsted tin annual
f of 100.
,. . outlined republican pro
ami i. r election law changes ns
liudnif the abolition of reRli-tr.i-n
l.i country preclnctM. making
lit ci' Jerk or some ether por-
rintnt Miiuer serve fin registrar,
I'M pi.. mt; control or election ma
Mnn in the hands of officlalH
t'M'nl d rectly by the people, such
i the cicretary of statu nnd the
CHlCAno. Dec. 21. - Dludcd
nlleBlance lit the world win
which broko out Just tit tip
time their nun ivjh botn, was
followed today by an attempt
of Joseph DcKorwin, former
captain in tin1 rough army, to
obtain custody of his C-oar-old
son, now In the rare of
Mine. DoKorwiii. daiitthti r of
the late Otto Yiiuiik and di
vorced wife of lawrence lloy
worth. Captain DeKorwIn. who was
a captain In the Austrian nrtny
when the war broke out, shjh
ho has not ieen his S"ti since
19H. In hh bill Captain De
KorwIn f-ays hN wife dittoed lo
take hlH uhlld to Sw Itnerland
durltiK the war. but that Mho
came to America and Hjnipa
1 thlcit v.lth the allied cm mis
while the captain fouKbt for
Auntrla. Aptillcallon for hW
non'.i return to him win mado
In a writ of habei-; rnrpuii bo
foro JudKo MrKlnby In Su
perior court today Moth 'Cap
tain DeKorwIn und hla wlfo
were In Vourt.
The principals In tho enio
Balned ntlentlon In 1 91 S when
federal authorities InvotitlKated
Urn Your.s 2:i.000,000 es'ate
wllh tho Inlent of conflseat'iiK
It under tho alien property
act. Mine. DeKorwIn wan
finally uxcnipled (in the K'"Uid
that k1i had neparated from
her hu.band lit the bcKlnnmK
of the war.
Xvit'R of Mvxkoyvc
HER LAST DINNER
TO BE REAL FEAST
.it'i'in ) the low PM I It"'''
I lie 1 in 'i 111 i iul, up (a t iinnal
1' IK said hut few furniei ri m 1I1II11R
1 hese ilaNs
MiiHkititiv HontiM" (Slicn tut.
N .it ! v J"'"I, in bimusofl a,ih ill-
T .1 1 1 lllli. ,h, l'llll". I'M tf AlllS-
l"('i' I ,i 1 . k h iIiiii'ik the hull. u mm-
sun 11 w.i": ,1 iini'il today. 1;m r
Armstrong Is Fined
$5 for Jay-Driving
t fl. AnnstroiiB, rharKcd with
Joy driving and collldlnK with an
other car wan fined J 5 yesterday
in tuiinleln.il court on tho former
The cliaro of collision was-,intteioii
Miss Robertson to Retire
From Cafeteria Busi
ness After Today
l"rcll to TUx W.TlJ
.MI SKOdCK. Dee. 2 I. Chrlilmas
dinner with turkey, Koose, niileni,
chleken anil roast plK as the lend
Inir attrnetlons will bo the last men I
served by All Allc Hot "tlson,
coiiBri'Miwonian-eleet, In th Saw
nkla (itftterla which she his ; iiide
famous and In uludi kIih had many
political icnfahs durltiK the eam
pal"!ii. Miss lloliirtsiin today an
ncuiKt'd the sale nf the euft terla to
Mr, Carrie It. l.luht, who will take
ehniK' the day after Clirlstnus. Sh"
Iwued hii lnxltatlon to all her
friends to attend tho last dinner,
and welrimii the new proprietor oy
declarlllK thai she would ronltuil 1 to
ent at the Sawokl.i whenevir In town.
Miss ltoberlHon plans from now on
to spend much time outside of .Mus
koKco In her new duties.
May l.(io' l'.e V'oiil Mnollnir.
Jess Mattersoii. fiVmi llltit near
Warner, pi'Ciably will I'ise an eje as
the renillt of a famils funnel that
ended In a shuotltiK si -ape esler
day afternoon. Mattel son was shot
In the head bv 11 shutKUti in the
hands of N'nrvill Duval, farm hand,
who was not arrested after the story
I of tho affair was lent tied
Malterson went to tho home ot
hi? tather-ln-law. .loo Christian,
whero Mrs. M'uttersun was stavlm;
followJtu separation Doni her hus
band. Matterson brandished n Klin
and said lie would shoot them all.
It Is said. Duval took the iron away
from him and later had to fire at
when the latiijr in a
drunken rau attacked tho hired
liMtih mi'li i.- in the 1 Ity ( 's
bait .i month's in t" 10 '1
uf iars sal.u fur Christ nil s.
batiks pae a month's pay
O. C. Men In Vldt Mini otiv.
, Aulomi'blle ili'abis of Oklahoma
City will reiit-h lute .laiiusr. 11 In
tiu-ir auto tour or th' nortt t ru
part of the suite, neeot dim; t . b ller
n-eliid by Minor (loorite II. Walk
er. The local ihamlier of cm miene
is takltiK chime of arrant 'incut
for their tfeeptlnti. which till be
pu r t U l ).it cil In by all hllMtif 44 men
and elMe orKanlr.atltins AIm ut 100
auto dealers and olhei buslni s liifti
will ("ine here fr"iu th'- (iiltal, it
Lone Itandit Holds I n
Hank at Strong, Ark.
WTItONf!, Ark, Dec. 2. --The!
Victoria bank nf Httotiu wan robbed
hero thlififlcrunon by a hum bandit
who locked the assistant cat ller In
the safety deposit Milllt and ( senp-d'
with (10.000. After eovcrl. jf th'"
nsslstatit cashier, Al t'hamber , with,
a nun. the bandll k-ikkciI hli , with'
a piece of rap and then lock' d hint
In the vault. lie Kiithered ip the
money, whIMi comprised tin day s
deposits, walked out of h( bank 1
wllhoul belriK seen Two luuiM later'
the Imprisoned banker unlink". the
alilt from the Inside and ira.e the,
alarm In tho meantime th rob-!
bety had not been discovered
Vandals Diwtnv Trtc-.
Vnnilals who reliresent themiu'lves
as tree climbers are destrnylni: hun-
Armstronir was arretted following
I the collision on Wet-l Kourtli between
I his car and nil electric coupe In
I which Mrs. llrss llrady Adktns nnd
her ten months oh! babv weto tbl-
1 Inp. Min. Adklns, who Is n daughter 1 iireds of shade trees In .Muskokco.
;of Tate Hmdy. and her baby were j h.ijs James Dally, former oounly
I Cirown throuKh the wlnilfhleld. Tho , farm audit. Shadn trees should be
' 1 babv was uninjured but Mrs Adktns trimmed but little, ho says, addlnn
' .1 l...,l..d t A. I- ...... .1... I...tlu..r.tt-ltkli. f.lltltlll
BULiriLII 1'ailllUI Ul t-IIIIill III' lll'P'n
kins arrived In town from Mushokoo
only a few mlnutcn before tho aeel-dent.
Prevent Gas Company
From Erecting Poles
in Center of Highway
liealialMni' thy Oklahoma lias
i: Dlrotllo Co. from the further
erection of IlKht poles In the pub
I c hlKhu.lv tnitith of Sand HpiltiKs,
till order was made In Hiiperlnr
(iHirt IM'ls. on pelllloii of the
county commissioners, settltiK the
date of the liearlnn; to make the
Injunction pel tnanriit for J. mil
I. M. Wo.nl'en. W. I,. North nml
liil Da II on, i iimiiiltloii"rs. claim
tin llttht nnd kiis eompMiy has
tieuun the erection of poles In the
csnter of the road entirely ruin
li' the hlKhwny.
Man Who Holds Record
for Arrests Is in Again
ST. Mil ls. Dc 21 - limes' '
M her alias '.lew" llerKadltio, Whil
Is lilietl In hold tile I (col I In
.Mssouil fur tho times arrested, to
duy was under senlenre for t ln'it '
years In the federal penitentiary fi r
iil'eMed theft from an Interstate!
llis Interest in tho presenl rase I
br.'UKl.' the total number (if tini'Si
hi lias i'.en in the 1 ustoily of tho'
pell',' 10 17.1, aciordlui; to his own'
adniw.,,,!. in the nsl seven ye, its 1
Altli' m'li the eliark'es taiiKed from
petit l.iii-t' t.i tdiootlUK, Miller only
se vcl ii'ie sintetiie as the nulcomo
of bis i.iiiiii'ii.iis arresls, that beltiK
sit lil"trtis Iti the workhoUHC.
Raided by Rum Sleuths
SIIKmillOOKi:. (juebec, T,'c. 21.
Ilolll sides of a lint. I. sliuatid patt
lv In Vermont and partly in Can
ada, weni milled simultaneously
last lilRhl. It was annoiflicod. The
Alliellcali offlcelH had 101 luck bu.
'he Canadians said they found 11
utile-iipen bar (IoIiik a thrlvlmt
business In tljo part of tho house lb-
atid in Cinada, and sctrcd Illinois
lalued at 1.1,00(1
Swedish chemists alfer Inntr ex
perlmelitlm; have sueceeili'il u e
trai l lim- wnml alcohol ft inn peal.
RELIGION AND MEDICINE
1 Kuril Times lulu s .Minister In (Nun
1 blue tlie Tim ('allliiK
LONDON. Dee I. A 1 ontroVer
sy Is on ailiott (he pooily paid sec
tion of clerio mi ll who find tlioin
solve haul lilt bv tho I1I1J1 cost of
1 1 N-1 1 1 K over a nolel silCKestlon pill
forward by Dr. Itohcll Iteuloul, a
priiiulnent l.lierpool prai'tltlouer,
I lint tho clerRMiien could auitmeut
Ihelr Incomes by actliiK as doctor.!
as well ns paismis
Dr. Iteuloul advises yoiinir elerity
men to study niedli ine, take their
di'iirce ami lombine body i uiliiit
with soul saving work.
Many clerKvinen do not look with
favor on the Idea.
1 hey .liavo deiit to ib
thai-' local iraelltii,nei-
. Ireadv ati't
telly icselit competillnn from theni.
One wants to know whom a poor
( urate It to raise the !.Mi lbs. ne'-s-sarv
to iiiallfy for a inrdb al deKrpfi
ami others hold that "with,, a
month the rlerlcn-mMI o'a aerm"t
would be thin, and that the h.hi.
would suffer at the cxpenne of the
ltrlcMa)lni: In II"' M'hii'ds.
ST. l.OI'IS, Dec. !'.- -Hr.eM.mn-
ban been added lo tho curiliuluin ot
.t.. ..1. .1.1 mi i n ii'llMfllS null' nt-
cm,;;, by 'niV-oes. Thn hoard of
educalloti endorsed the ;'"; "f "f
mote than two dozen PHI'll" "I'W'od
Tliev arKiie that1 for instruction.
Our Christmas Thought
Three Performances at the
Orpheum Theater Today
An di etneatty
fl'ancr for tho
teeth has been
I'cr h'J'iiano reasons a l'ronch
mini has Invented a pistol thai
shoota a stupefying gos lustend of
makes tho trees tinshipely anil 111
many tuses will force them to bo cut
Itallroail Travel Sllulil.
Countiy tinvel on railroads is
lower thin for many years, says of
ficials here, who iisiT'lie Ihecon-
The Spirit of
May it reach and enfold you
in its gracious clasp. .
And then our wish would echo
that this be the happiest ;
Christmas you have ever had.
Second Ahb Maim TIjlsa. Okla
Special Chiintmns day pe: forni
ntices will be the rule at tho 01 1 Ileum
theater today, tho matinee heic nnimr
at 2.3(1. tho first show this i- iiIiik
at 7 and the last at ' la. Se.i s wl'l
bo r served and applications liiiuld
bu made al once at tho box of b e.
The vaudeville bin fPr toi ay is
of the supreme variety. rlvliu
patrons a divert Isemeiit of aletit
that genuinely pleases.
Tho topliner Is thr- net of 1 volt's
Concentration, a mental le. itlilc
novelty that Is original and ib Ideil
ly 'unique A Jazz band Is eni nved
In tho art and aside from the ien
tlfle part of the specialty, thesi boys
Just fairly "eat" up the nil. ibers
they are requested to play. ri.elr
library of selections havo no end.
No matter what tho audience s (e
slrous of henrlni", the boys pin
tho number porftctly and wl hunt
delay. As a mysterious, mlr hful,
musical offerlnir, Lovett's Conrc itra
tion Is unexcelled.
Tho Kd Janls sonir nnd danci re
vue Is nnnlliir ait lint Is' hailed
as a lopii'iti her In latter day va
rKtles. Three pretty ulrls and twn
handsome thaps perform tunny
K.vratlons thai are artlHtlcally eve
ruled. Th sIiikIiik end of tills act
Is quite tippeullliK.
Joe Daroey lias made n Croat
numlier of trletnls by his iileiislrii;
reidltlon of the newest soim' Mis.
Dl rcey 1ms a olce tliat reseinbles ill
quality and lone that of Al .lolmin.
lie Is a substaiiilal hit al tho.
Orpheum tills week.
Otto Sheridan In roinedy ami
hoiks put over several Kood numbers
ra ildly that are different from the
us in) run of arts Hint feature souks
and a piano. Miss Shi'rldau's'qualnt
humor Is ilei idedly jefreshliiK.
Ilervert and Dare In "Athletic
Simplicity" Hart. WiiKtier nnd Mil
dr.'d In "OoIiik to the Opera" and
the Ara sisters in "Orlitlnal Dance
Cr-ntb.ns' form a Rood part of a
bill that Is quite appropriate for
Christmas day - Adv.
7Vo food quite so nccessani as
MEMBER BETTER BUSINESS RUREAU
the Home of Honest Value
The Jacob Mercantile Co.
Offers These Spt-:ial Bargains for Monday
All Ladies' Suits, Coats, Dresses and
Skirts Offered in Our
2(1 Per Cent Off
Sfcoe Specials for Useful Gifts
lidlo ' lledroom Slippers
with fur ton and
colors. Sneclal pili-e, pair IJl.'t,
DrrsH Hlioes, low heel, iiiuillum lihth
c dor, tnaMoKany: slro
r. L Otkoflril lirlff.
I.nlin. Dress llh jes. dark tan, medium hhth
inn. t lain toe. military neei.
Specll I pllco
Dress SIkks, blaek 1 Id kid, medium hlch
aln Inc. military heel, hpeclnl .
Shoes la four differ nt colors
$3.00 to $3.50
Men s Shoe De paritmentSpeciafs
Children's KubLor Hoots, red top.
Mch'h Dress Shoes, htralttht it it,
One lot of Men's Dress Shn 'S
$10 and Si: values.
Hxtra sneclal. lialr
One lot of Men's Hutton Dr. as
Shoes and Work Shoes, 13 SO to
J7.00 values. Kxtra frtrt QP
Men'rt Hootees, J 12. HO to tl4 10
values. Kxtra (PI (
Men's Hootees. l'J.00 to J 12. ))
Men's and Iidlca' Hi bbi
Mt 11 's
pair . . .
A I i t li s.
Mi n 11 IJIatk Itubber JjC AA
llcofs, i and . . . tJJtl.Ul
Mtn'H Whito Hublicr af PA
Units . tDD.tJU
Men's Kid ltubticr P
r nt a special low in Ice.
Men's Winter Clothing
Mcn'H J 17 60 Sin-op
Lined Coats cut to
Men's Corduroy esis, she. .1
Uned, no sb eves, J 8 00
values, cut to . . .
Men's. Moleskin Vtsts.
lined, leather sleeves. fJJQ
i 12.50 valiK'f, cut to
All r.. 00 Hats cut to . . ,tt 0
All JC.0O JI.UH cut lo . S.'i.dl
All J7 50 Huts rut 10 . 0
All 18.50 Hats rut to S7.I 'I
All J 10 Hutu cut to .$8(1)
Men's J35 to Jto dOr7 P
Suits cut t J d)4 i lUll
.Men's 30 to 1'
Suits cut to
Men's f 27. aU
Suits cut to . . .
Mi ns C.irditroy and Moleskin
Veils. Icii'her lined and leather.
Klii'MH. li oO and
1 1 . valur-i cut '
Mns Ov i .its, all new mod
els ru ile r.-inaikably low
pr ( of i 15 00
;H.VI s' ri RMSHINC
t)lie K ie of Men's Heavy Ulbbed
I r. Iirweir, JS and 2 50 value,
.Mens and Hoys Tlei in pretty
$1, $1.50, $2
Ons bit Men s
vai ies Hxtra
'H Shirts and
TOYS AND DOLLS
Toys Many different kinds a a bit savin.
Cupid Dolls, dressed, spe( ial rice .100
Wo havo Dolls, all sizes, prlci t from M to $:t..'iO
ItliA.NKiyi'? AND tJI'HrS-l pe-la H .liilu, nlio of 20 off
uf tho r. iiuiar pri 1
Open Evening Until 9 o'Clock
(iirr oru imhcls is tiii i hoci:hv .vd mi;t hi:i'aiit.
.Ml .NTS M f'OMI'MI ; 'I'll I WITH OTHMlS
"Till: WOUKI.M. ,M.1SS .STOItir'
The Jacobs Mercantile Co.
21820-222 26 East First
Peace on earth and good will to America's de
mocracy; the happiness and prosperity, progress
und strength which come from confidence -in one an
other; and the saner, sounder doctrines of business
The Curtis Brown store thanks you for your
patronage, which, with the patronage of thou
sands of others, has given us an enviable Christmas
For one day, at least, let us forget worry, past
mistakes and just be happy for the abundance
it is every American's good fortune to enjoy.
iM'itiis $jroin Qo,
t Tulsa's Livest Leading Men's Store
fVe extend Christmas
greetings and wish you
a happy, prosperous
Kelly Tire Sales J
75 Wat fifth Osage 605 Cedar g