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TULS DAILY WOULD, THURSDAY, APRIL II, 1021
GRAFTERS STILL '
Ami Indications Arc Thati
They May uet it Yet,
a Little Later.
SPECIAL MEET SURE
pernor Hasn't Called It Yet
but He Undoubtedly Will,
uys Col. yinds.
i . r v. u. hinds
S rti k C'upt'Al ',irrrHiiitIf til
.r.UIO.MA (MTV, April 13
.. . hits continue nt tlio state
..' leilltllllg, 0I1 Of the Inst he
h.if i.f tin- board of regents for
I ..a Koldlets' homo. Ill which
, hi M that tho money to sup
v Institution until Juno 30
v'lt. Hint the boIiIIoih should
f ilough away or pay for
K . ping Another scientific de
r of tills lilt' 1 1)' Useless board
ann was that tho ntato could
I 'o Ui "p a soldier who draws
in mom H pension for Jl per
ii'. those not getting hiii'Ii
, ii' oiis ciuld ho mnlnttilnod
Kansas Farmer With
$20,000 in Pockets
HMtTLKSVIM.i:. April 13 -Polh
e hcii' an- searching for
John Mchtnitt. H wmitliy Hclnl'
Kan., farmer who disappeared
MMcnlHy with $20,000 In rash
tash drawn from a loml bank.
According to tho police, Hchmttt
Haiti ho wanted tho money to
show two mysterious strangers
with whom ho wne to make a
"big deal." Ho could not ho per
suaded to taka a dtaft. Us left
tho hank with tho cash at 11
o'clock yestetdny morning nnd
has not been seen since.
' News of Sapulim
ilurp unw no jipc'sUv
there was (Iho day nftor
w,i Issaod) still JJ.OOC for
.v, ,mtct ancc of th' place.
I- .,ii only anouior oi ino pfiir.m
a , i the peanut state itdmlnlstru
,n nn effort to convince lin-
nki 'g people Hint tho loglslnttlte
tMd i ft tin people's institutions un-roMd-d-
foi an act like that of
, .i . the "r levator rind light scrv-
..V it 'lie inpllol building, whoro
, in--t J't.oOu li Avallablu for the i
,,rti i a1 1 n oi fervire.
.f this hnhbiih Is sickening. .As
i mati. i' of fart tho fsenato allowed
,v following appropriation bills
(r..m i li f house to die no mo of thorn
i. ! mi' icm and unimi emergencies
I ,. ' tu."rd by Hip house days nnd
it.ivs in f .re adjournment nnd which
r e ,! owed to dlo becnuso the
p-eti'b of tho senate witi "Joekoy
uiA' ' 1 place for iho hip bcmite
ipj"i atloti hills.
small- President Plained.
: 'lib' r 4 fit; Appreciation for
t i.n ,ii.'i- schools; 4Pi rflate chem
ii,ilhl"''i building. IOC Appropri
ation f..r Hie npylutn at Kort Supply;
1 S 1 Il.uliling for tho Oklahoma Col
icrc fni Women, 420 lltilldlng at
ijonrtwiU y hool of agriculture; 193
"l lation for Central normal,
'mere r", 497 Appropriation for
dm ni o: v at colored A. fc M.; 505
Apri 'P'olatlon for university ar
inn) 3- - Appropriation for Vlnlta
ijlu.n bulldlnp; ?,H Appropriation
for B.ippresHlon of nnthntx; K02
Apprjpii.itlon for the orphans' homo
t I'rv,-.r B20 Apiirpprlatlon for the
felr minded school nt Knld; 4"i3
Df fit leney for A k M. colh'Ko at
Stillwater. 329 Deficiency appro
priation for the state unlvprslty nt
Norman 121--Appropriation to pay
nnnpaper publishers for publishing
.gumcnts for Initiative petitions.
It Is notable that theso big appro
priations generally apply to tho
eleemosynary Institutions or tho ed
. clonal Institutions, that they
inlRht be kept going. Thnlr failure
was lue to tho fact that tho sennto
ated nn somo and the president did
pot flsn them.
Hut they are not of the class thai
U affecting the stato administration,
for tho reason that they are not te-
lated to the family of Mr. Pork
Barrel. Cut Into Pork llaiirl.
Tho trouble arouso over the fact
that the limine 'had lopped off nl
moft $400 000 of tho highway de
partment, uioro than i 100.000 from
lie tie i .irtment of Agriculture and
had sliced Into tho l'ork Hanoi
family expected Incomo until tho
adminif'riition heads could not hope
to endure the strain e.cepj ny jiro
endirB -o stand for tho stato In
tltui ons and complain that "the
houe 1 playing politics" beiause it
would not arcept the wild ami reck
less expenditures hsked by the ml
mlnUtratlou depart tnents.
Acoori'ltiK to the ileinorrstlr utole
nmchlnu nnwsimpers, the ' Iioush did
not function," but if it had "fused"
with tho administration crowd and
accepted the wild appropriation
pclu'inp, tho hoiiso and sennto to
gether could have forepil the tnx
pnvers Into bondage for cnr8 to
A Call for "WNo .Moil of the l'.at."
And still tho call for men and wo
men to come and help the poor do
cadent Mate administration out of
the hole goes on- spellbinders arc lb
tell tho story and the democratic
pross bureau, paid by the Jtato at
latge, is shucking that the house
of representatives iiilt its .post of
duty and went skulking home. That
sort of pressure Is old anil has suc
ceeded, llk!ve has been known to
"Conference" follows conference
whl't the governor goes forth to win
sympathy for the support of "government."
lie spoke at the state meeting of
the Pharmaceutical association at
McAlcster. Tho dates for tho stato
contractors anil tho statw bank ro
organization orders have not beun
publicly announced, but, perhaps
will bo mudo later in this merry
Tho stato houso is a solemn look
ing edifice these llghtloss days and
folks wnlk about in great sorrow.
The Information bureau on the first
floor hns been moved back In the
hole left for the people to gnzo up
ward at tllo dome which was never
built, and Colonel llutler, chief
budgeteer stalked gloomily through
the halls, wondering whnt It Is all
about. Of course tho lights could
be turned nn but tho hoard of af
fairs has had a "conference" and
decreed that the wicked house of
representatives has paralyzed the
world, or at least that section of It.
P. S. Headers of Tho World will
please remember that tlunc.ill for
the session will bo made and the
session held and the public cared
for. Somo of the more hopeful ones
still think that somo of tho grnfters
tnny be able to ent pie anyhow.
ESCAPE FIRE IN
Eleven Persons in Home
Destroyed by Flames
Hpi-c-ui to Th World
SAPChPA, Apill 13 Kleven
people narrowly escaped belnn
seriously Injured oarly this morning
when the Iwo-storv fiatne residence
at 415 North I'ourlh street, was
found to be In flames. The occu
psnts ran out of the house In under.
clothes and barefooted, llu house
burned so rapidly that they wore
furred to flee for their llvon. Oc
cupants of tho hotlso Wj'fe Mr.
and .Mrs. O. V. Hherrell and their
daughter; Mrs. .1. N. llurniHt nnd
liu-li.inil. six children, and Kugene
.McDonald. One of the sons, Mark,
who was nileop upstairs, discovered
the flro In his room. He hastily
aroused tho others In the house.
Velva Hherrrl. who had recently
been operntPil upon, was tarried
Ir.uii the house. Only a lew mem
bers of the family managed lo save
nnv clothing. Neighbors took care
of them for Iho remainder of the
Snjs lie Will Cot SJitai).
ludge huclen II. Wright of the
district court slated todav lie fH
no alarm, over the failure of the
slate legislature to make appropria
tions for tho district court salaries
Ho stated that appropriations made
would pav the salaries In this dis
trict up to July 1. Ills salary and
tho salary of tho court reporter are
paid from this stale appropriation.
All oilier expenses are paid by the
! I' III (S if lb I' 1 mi
' 'U n TV ,l it) W d I. !.
tl ii. W lis pi i fi" tin il f I ' n i i
I ninsh.ri, .'2 .mil tieii' idi- T n
' r 31 (ind lUllel Pi use Jl and
I. r'i Marshall I" a' I ..f Tiin.
Tlil' were llftpi'iiill, d bv M's. i; c,
I'i . i of Tuttli .
Mrs. I). nl llliil TiicmIii).
Mis. Amanda loiilsa Dis, (I
cni-s old, died last nlitlit at tho
home of her on. D. I. Davis, who
resides five miles north of her.
The death was due to dropsy, she
liavlng been III Tor a long time. Thp
fimerul will he tomorrow st lh
Christian church and llv. II M.
Woods will conduct the sen Ices.
The remains will he tsUeti to
llrokeu Arrow for Internment.
'I rash Dumping 'iiiiil.iint.
C IS. Klnlev and Dr ; 11 Wet
set were summoned ii,n police
court when rinlili nt living in tho
west part of town, complained they
had dumped trash there. Doctor
Wettel was assessed the iiwts in hi
cnen and Klnlcy's case whs ron
tlnued until tomorrow nioriilnir.
Itocounl Coiiu'iitliin AtrntH,
At 'ho Hotnry club luncheon, held
nt noon today, tho time was spent
In celebrating tho aucccss of the
club at tho Wichita convention and
telling of tho experiences. Those
who talked were: W. A. Wise.
Claudo Harmony and II. H. John-
Held on Unek Cliti-k 'liargos.
Oeorgo Walker wa arraigned
this morning In police court on a
charge of beating his wife. later
nn inlormnllon was Issued, rhnrgflig
him with ohtalnltig money undir
false iiTelensi. Walker is Hnld to
have passed several bogus checks,
Dclitlcr I'uncral Scr leen.
KunorM services were hihl thl
Afternoon at the I'lrst Itnptlst
churen ror it. J,, Deliozler. Itev. I".
J. Conkwrlirht officiated and u ipiar.
tet composed of Mr. Fields. Mrs. 11.
It. I'ngcr, (cs. ltobert Messer- !
smith and Iiitlier Jtobbltin suiiR. I
"lleautlful Isle of Kinnewhere."
"Kaon to Kaco," and ' Abide With .
Me." Interment was nl the Mu-
pulpa tcmeterj. .M.mv frtenils soil
relatlvis were preselnt to pin tile
hint tribute to the cltiren v I had
resided hern for many cars
C'o.v Asks Damage of
$25,000 for Injuries
A ;2.V000 damage suit was filed I
In ilistili t court yesterday by W. A. 1
Cox against the W. A. Schlueter nnd '
Chailes .1. Tngllchue Manufacturing I
company, for injuries alleged to have 1
been sustained when an auto he- i
longing to tho manufacturing com
pany anil driven by Sclifeuter
crashed Into a motorcyi'lo tldden by
Cox January 12, at Third slreet and
Cincinnati avenue. Cox t-ays that
his machine was destroyed and he
suffered sovoro Injuries whii h will
cause him lo ho a cripple for for
the remainder of his life. In his pe
tition Cox claims that Schleuter was
ill King faster than traffic laws per
mit and aluo violated other tr.iffli
Mi ( uriiili k
Till dim ml oi Mis D O M
Cm milk wrii In id at Holy l'nnill
church at nine o' .rk Weilnsila
morning. Despite the Inclement )
of the weather, a larw number of
Mrs. MrCorni" k' fi lends were In
Attendsiice. A ieilitein lllgii Mass
whs sung mm tho lenmlin of the
i1eepAPd with Ihs Very Iteveiend
John (1. Heirttig, as relcbrsnt.
The pall lisaisM wsro Mossr
Moone), CtaLrlin. Madden, Tongnte.
Iteldy, and Oavln. all friends of C.
llsall McCorrntrk, th son of the de
cflflsbd. Mm. Mii'.irinli k left surviving
her, D. O. Mc.Corm.leh. her husband.
C. Ilasll Mi'i'ortnii k, son, and Miss
Mary MpCormlek. dsiigbtrt. both of
tho latter being pnunltient mrmlieio
of the younger set of Tulsu, Mrs V
W. Whaeler, slid ,M.r. fleutge tl t
llnrtuoii, sjileis. and I' ,1. IIm iim.iii '
Mrs. Tteil It. Clements, !3 earc
of age, died at Iter home. l.'. North
Msybelle, nt In o'elotk Wi dnesdnx !
morning Death was aused h !
tuberculosis. Hhe s smilM-d lie l
luisliniul and two i IiiIiIh ii Miry
Krnncis and Jtliheil. In i pai-nt-'
Mr. and Mr. I. It Mil. 1. 1 of Tul-u
nil three brothers and thiee unterH
The biu'thiu's ure .loh'i un l Walti"
Mltdil of .Superloi Nei.. "ii liors
Mlldd of Tulsa, ainl h- l'l, I lire
tlenevlele, Clare and Ituse M'idil o'
Tuln. I'lllielul ,ii i iiiiki tin f l. l' i
not been made
Officer iVearlg liliml
Asks to lie Retired
FOR EARLY SCHOOL VOTES
ll-, ii I mi", llmi SM-clal l lii tluti
lie Vol Delii)cl
II -. . 1 ii, .1 pi,.-. sii .,
iiKt.AIHi.M CI r Api il I l l
v.-iiiK tluit ilettlotm upon mldUlonnl
si iiool tBM'rt should be held enily.
withoiit icgnril to the possibility of
the ninouiil of the msMinum tax
le belpg liirnased as a result of
the possible adoption of nn amend
ment to the state eonstlliltlon. It. II
Wilson, stale superintendent of pub
lic limtrncllqn, mild late today Hint
If titles tlelny making their lew
lieyoml the second TltsMlay III Mliv,
In the Imps Hint the proposed
nmendment Is sdopted. tney will be
tumble- In Mile im a lev)
The i onstllutlon priuldes that
si hool il ii i it t s mm b'W a lux of .'
mtllM without spei Ifb iiuthority fiom
tile Jieople he H.lld. tint n li III I
i In II. hi It t, tinned I" nte the all
lliliiniil in mill- of t i now prni'tdcil
Tin Inn prowdi he ailtleil. that In
i n es Hie i. lb,. .idillHonal b v
inntl bf t.,1, ii In tnir Hie "it i ml
i nesiiiis in Ma
VETS GO TO CAPITAL
luln liclcgalcs to stale Coinciillim
of eti i'iiiii of l on lgn Wars at
Oklahoma Cllj Saliirthi)
Mure than 3. meinliers of the
eter.ins of Koteigti Wars will motor
to Oklahoma Cin Halinilay lo at
tend the ritst stale meeting of their
organisation Oklahoma has five or
gnnlfted posts with a total member
ship of 900 Tulsa will be repre
sented by pine delegates and 10
members who volunteered In attend
the state meellng
Plsns foi the t rip were made at a
dinner held nl lbs Woods e.ife Tuew
day nliiht Htght members offered
the line of their tais Jn tmiVeVlng
the delegateil and ailemllng nielli
bei t lot he i on fill Ion
At priH' tit tie' leterans have only
1 pi in UI'Ml ll nl. lie depai imeiii, of
whii Ii .1 I'lii-i nf Pawnee : file
i ' in in i iici, i i: imi ii. pi'ii or TuN.i
ih pi ..' iHi.mal i. p,ii tmeiij ii'llniiini
A regular slate department Will M
(rg.mUeil nnd itnio loinnianilt' 1
.tecteil at Hi" tiieellng Tho corn
mander In thief of the Vete nns
1'oiilgn Wilis of New York, will !
In charge of the meeting in Okl.i
Mrs I I' r'nppn. prfsldetit of 111"
Iwidles' siixlllaiv of the nrgmlwitlon
with i nutiilt'r of other Tllls.i
women, will attend the meetlng.
Is Culled Iho
llecame she finds your ailments
without your telling li' r anything.
Him docs It absolutely without
iliatge. fhe Is not a clairvoyant,
not a spiritualist. 1 I Hast With
HI. Tnln. Okla., Osngn 6fl0G.
It's Piano Buying Time for Every Good
Home That Looks to Economy
It's lime for you, Mr. nnd Mrs. Pinno Buyer, lo come nnd select your
Piano or Player Pinno for your home thai ia, if the saving of $100 lo $200
in worth, while, nnd time flies this opportunity is yours for a brief limo
only. Come today. Don't buy terms, buy true Piano Values.
.lodge .Mnrrles 'PiiImi Couples.
Judge .1. I.. Depp was roused from
his sliimbera this morrmg nt 3
o'cloek hv two couples who (-
MISS FONTAINE IN TULSA
Succcv.ru I Ilu-tliios Woman Has
Itancli In WoM ami Oil Interests.
Miss M. M. 1'ontalno of Indopenil-j
once, Kan., who was In Tulsa on a 1
brief business visit yesterday, divides I
her tlm6 and her business interewts
between tho oil game, Into which alio
linn gone, nnd her cattle business
which Is centralized In tho ranch nho
owns n-ar i;.hih, uoioraoo. .mss
rontalne, who li well known to tho
oil fraternity In and about Tulsa,
has holdings near Independence and
a few months ago struck oil on leases
In whlrh ulio is heavily Interested,
near Hurekn, Kan.
Miss KontnltiP whose former home
wan In Uinmr, Colo., came to Kansas
City from Colorado, where she had
cattle Interests and there became in
terested in oil. She went to Inde
pendence a little hss than a year
ango ami beenn Investing In oil prop-
' erties. She Is a woman in hrr early
thirties and has bet n eminently huc
. cessful In her ventures m tho oil
DYSPEPSIA IS GREATEST
Distressing Malady Is Most
Prevalent of All Present
Day Diseases Thou
sands Are Relieved by
Or all no conditions that afflict
"Umar.iH . hronlc dyspepsia, or
lit1 ,a moie commonly known an
maiecsuon, is probably tho most
rJhii tii"H universal malady has
Hinm tho medical profeHHlon for
W and the most, skilled speciul
hav. been unable to cope with
1,, if'8 ",'lf,lt bp consumed in tlt
r,hwfnR th, sufferings, mental and
MJJIrai. f t,e sufferem from
h.I 1;' "Pcptdfi and their fullure
neretaroi- to get relief. A morbid
"Wat. Mhimslcal nnd melancholy
'namon of tho mind, asldu from
ncrvusness and physical suf-
,H ,h0 Hwl condition of tho
ujsper,t.a, 01. indlgestlonT nn tlyj
,J!1 r ' bp. t Is usually caused by
foM J5 "f ,0 m"ch or unsultablo
th. ' an() 'nu mucous membrane of
thr. .'a' 11 ,,0CntB Irritated, 'and
18 m l nn acuto or rub
miifl B'll,trb catarrhal condition
nrh prevents tho proper dlgetlon
memV", d, Thl" roort Pt t " -h
J l,rroiMosc, and as a result
Hiinrr, Ur dl5trcsBlng aymptoms of
'hrP, a n'L'?' arlso- In "" Ciiws
jmfi? nolhlnB moro than nn un
ymtortani,, feeling In tho utomach,
tfin h,7r,illn nmount of dopres
lilt ,1t'1,0' 0HH at nPPftlto, por
vomi,ilhlJi? of Ka occasional
PBv ll J 1 ncro ma bo Rls uccom
M rnr ",,rl""tl symptoms, such
eollt ., ,,"iUn' Palns In tho back,
f'am hPnrtt""-n due to the In
c'w l 'an of tno stomach from ex
trtir?,sa!,M of fermentation or pu
rttrnl!.!! ,n lh moet sovoro
HrZTh"''''0 that last OVPr a d' f
b m,,?',ymPtofns enumerated mny
''tei m,h. '.no'' 'nten. Tho dls
"al Si . Uu n!ir nf'l tho gen
- ,'. !',oral symptoms more
hen this stage. Is reached
Kahns Dept. Store
I.-. liAST I'lltST ST.
MIAVK.VWoltTH. Kim il ID
Threatened with total hliiiilin 1 1 a
a result of a wound t.icivil In tin
Philippine liiHin if lion, e l I, 1.
l,u Vi son, field nrtlll) i v irgulir arttn
has muile fippllrall'm tu'lu pla ed on
the ictlred list. Colonel l,.iwnoit r
a student III tho seliool of tho tin- ,
elasH at general will"' school l''ort
Deavenworth. Colonel 1,'iwsi'ii en
tered tho army an a private in the
first Washington volunlet r Infantry
In the Kpaulsh wiii lnirnu: the
yorld war he was a brig idn r r.i neial
national iiriny, and ommanileil th i
school of fire at Port HIP. okla. j
. Ilnl'iri A. Mclllrney
runeral Dlrrilor H2I ft Main
Phono Osage 101 tftC Ailvt.
A Word Willi You, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Pinno Buyer
You want a piano or a plnjor-
ilaiio In jour home, ami jou
I iitio licen wanting II, mi
itonlii, ror n long lime. You
want ll for join' own cnjii)
nielli, for Its benefllH, or If
you lime little ouch growing
up. ,iou waul II for their cilu
iiillini anil i'ii)niiieiil. Our
coiiM'iileiil terms Mill meet
with your appitniil.
IT 1 VDTHIi P Genuine Invisible fl 1
JLYlV I 1 lUlVO Bi-Focal Lenses )L
UDtJisi i.iti D opi'o.MirritiSTs
TORIG CUT RATE OPTICAL CO.
17 SOCTII IIO.VI'ON l
TrsT oi;t or tin: hk.ii ki:nt disthkt
$850 Plnycr Pianos $7GG
$700 Plnycr Pianos $630
And Othcrx nt Coriespomllng
NOTK THESE REDUCTIONS
ss.mi i plight piiliiix .s'n.
3r,() I'prlght Pianos $rH,1
Sllllll I'prlght Pianos 9,1 III
j,-,:,i i pright piaiiiH $iur
ll Olhcr Plauoi Itciluccil,
S 1,15(1 Oninil Plaitos for 1. 0.1.1
$1,0,10 (iriinil Plalios ror SHI,
$1,000 Oninil Palnos for XltIO
All Other Pianos Hcilinitl In
Darrow Music COi
510 SOUTH MAIN
OUR STORE WILL BE
the loss of appetite, tho mental de
pression nnd the general uncom
forlnblo feeling In tho stomach arc
much tnoro pronounced This Is
particularly true in acuto gastritis.
It frequently occurs from contin
ued errors in diet that this condi
tion becomes chronic, and tho smyp
toms persist for nn indefinite period
Tho nppctlto is very apt to ho va
ried, hut at times very good Heart
burn Is frequent, if not constant,
The stomach Im painful on prcwiro
the lotiguo is coated, there is a bad
tnsto In tho mouth, nnd there nro
changes In tho amount of salivary
scctotlon. Constipation Is also usu
ally present, although diarrhoea may
Most rases of dyspepsia can hr
cured if tho diet Is properly looked
after untl with the proper treat
ment. Proper eating, the proper
amount of food and hygienic living
aro the most Itnpnrtnnt ftaturcs of
tho treatment. Mont people eat too
fast s nil eat too much.
Ono noted authority has said tha
tho stomach Is tho fountain head of
health or dinease, as the ao may
bo, Tanlac wan designed primarily
for the regulation of the etomarht
liver and bowels, but It l.i no uncom
mon thing for persons who have
ttsod it to find that they haio also
been rolieved of rheumatism and
other ailments not generally recog
nized as having their origin in stom
There Is probably not a single por
tion of tho body that Is not bene
fited by tho helpful action of Tan
lac. which begins Its work by stim
ulating the dIgeHtiVH organs, there
by enriching tho blood and Invigor
ating tho wholo system. Next it
enables tho weak, wornout stomach
to thoroughly digrst the food, per
mltting tho nsslmJlatlon of the nour
Millions of people have not only
boon relieved of tho most oBstlnato
forms of dyspepsia nnd Indigestion
by tho Tanlac treatment after other
romcdles had failed, but many of
them havo reported a reinarkahl
nnd rapid increase In yvolght and a
return to normal heuUh and Htrcngth
by Its uso,
Tun lac .s sold In Tulsa fx- luflvcly
I by tho Quakir onil Puritan Drug I
, companies. Advu '
I Ml IBM MU ! l
Our Uranch Store
is now open at
416 South Boulder
UTE IN5URANGE SDMI
monthly for life
to you at GO.
to your family if
you die before.
A.TNA life Insuranco Ca
I cmtiau noaftrjitA. Pcand
iuaageuOD lor apprtrUTnoritc
To Be Held in the
(Corner Fourth and Cincinnati)
April 14 and 15
We Extend a Hearty Welcome
of Tulsa, Oklahoma
ALL DAY THURSDAY
APRIL 14, 1921
--to give the carpenters a chance to make room for the exemplification
of Maeterlinck's famous message of happiness, in real merchandising
The Blue Bird Message
WAIT AND SAVE MONEY
Beginning Friday, at 11:00 A. M. Positively no goods sold Thursday,
as we want to havo everything ready to Vail on thousands daily the
next 1 1 days.
15 EAST FIRST STREET
Look for the Illue Itlrd Windows