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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1921
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Again 111 I'rOinillClll,
NUW VOHK, Sept. 30. The clock
market today fnrfeltoit h cnnrndpr
able part of Its recent gain, lenders
1 to 3 points to profit taking, ilno lo
renewal iif short commitment! und
tighter money rates.
Diminished dealings again oen
terrd in I tin mora prominent lesiics.
comprising; tlm oil, steel, equipment
nml inotHl KroiipH. MotorM iiml sub
sidiaries hiiiI food sporlalllcs trHllt'il
along (it more moderate fluctuations.
Itnll were lint only Issues to maln
tHln a Htimblmiro of firmness, being
stistnlnod largely hy the further pub
llcntlon of favorable earnings.
I,chlli Vslley wm most nrllvn lit
A net gain of almost 3 points In con
nection with the prospective aegre
catlon of tli n company's rnsl prop
ertied. In the genrrnl list rosrMons were
most severe In Mexican stroloim.
Haldwln Locomotive, H.'ldcbrikcr
and American Sugar. Botes iimounl
cd lo ISO. 000 share.
Call loans riinv from lhe opening
rate of t per cent tn R tt at midday
ami advanced to 0 pir rant mainly
on belated borrowing, In tlin final
liiiur. TIiiip rutp wero unchanged.
TlrltlHli, French ntid lli'lulim ex
changes strengthened In response lo
higher quotations from London, t li
Ocrmau rato also , moklng furtlmr
recovery from ItH reiont rnliiiie.
Ilnllnn bills continued their down
wnrd course, however, the llro de
clining lo n fnirllim under four
cents. Trailing In liberty nml vlrtnry
Ifsucs HRiiln fpiituroil tbo bond ninr
brt, lint no new records wrrn jimdo.
Korrlsn Issiips wpro lower, pspprlnlly
Vri'iifb anil Haitian Bovrrnmnnt flo
tntloiiH. Total sales par vallio iiKKrn-
( lilriisn I'otnl'Mn.
C'llirAOO. Hpt. an. I'iiui-.cii Klronir
r. ltrrtpt !4ft Pirn, Mlnniiitii hpiI
North Dakota II piI rlpr oyo, hulk. II :
rl.lt rwl nxliPil, I.TIKn.0 i't . Mill,
lipiinta Kirly Olilna Hint pahiI Unil. II. ?l
ftt.KO pwt , tftdliu round wliltp. mcKp1
II. 9001. (in rwti WUpnniln. ankpil a nil I
liujk. M.1Ct.lt rot.
ritlt'AOO, SpjI. SO. HullPr - llllir.
Crpatnpry pMms, ate; ttinnlnritB, 3So;
flrall. Jtfttlni Pliniti,
l!im Firm ltocplnts Col ir. Virl.
anTlli: nnllitarv Iliitt. SJlJlo. ml
cpllnnpniiM, SSM7p. '
Poultry Allva lowpr. fowls, HOJSHpi
KsnaA t'ltv Ulpfttmti.
KANPMH citt. Hit. ao-cmilo IIP.
eplpti t.soo. qunllly poor All c!p
low sml stonily. PrftrtlPHlly nnthtnc
ilotnir on atorkprs snd fpprira. YpHrllniia,
II. SO; nlhar tn atppia. (7 intu J, ursaa
pra. ll.lCAt.7Sl moatly llltllttli eom
innta to lnpilttlm cowa, il.lnftt 2&t niovt
iMitiprs, I1.00O3.3&) litavy Trxai ralVea.
Ilnffa Ttppplnta l.SfiO. Vprv unpvan. av-
ftraslna: aroumt atpatty with vrpiprtUy'
KPtiaral trmlp Hulk ITS tn Jto-lh, mtt
tn narkpra anil ahlntipra. l7.IOn7Tfit tiulk.
M TRffT TO; tlPklng aowa alaaily, innatty
9a.nnffia.ZDi ainua pisa atpaily, uolu.
KhPpp- llppplnta 4,00n. .Market Pt.'aily
lmba Mpak Iq 2So loifer; ton wpatprni.
ritlCAOO. Kpit. 10. -CalllPllPfPlpta
2.090. Ilpalrahla com fpil ilppra apnrrn
Mini atrons; poiiip aaipa iiisitpr. Top.
la.SOt top walstlt 1,40 ha.. no Phntfp ypar
Ilnsa or cholop liany wplRhla Iipipi aM
otliar claaapN (TPriPrally ptpntly, with all
atnpk ami vpal ralvpa atltflitly mora ai'tlvo
llora-npcplpts 19.000 MarkPt fairly
aptlvp, 1 ill' tn Up lilchPr, Top, III 30:
hulk llrhla ami Unlit l.utphPra. Iloot
S.SBt hulk parkin: aowa. la 40tf0.ll; ntva.
:p hlchpr: l.nlk ilpalrahla. IT SCOT lo.
Khppp- Itppolpta 14,000, Inrtuillnc Mono
papkpr illippta, Kpmt nil aap sntns moat
ly atpail. Top liatlvp fat Inmha. ISTli
hulk. H.O0.IS: ciiIN. IS 004H.SO, not
pnnuKh fat ahptp anil feeur lanilia to
Vnpt M'orlli I.Uptnrk.
VntlT WOllTII. Sppl. 30 Calllp ltp
pplpla 33 000. TlPPiPa. 1.0oitTS: alppk
pra, I3.O0i4K0, rnwa ami liplfpra. I? 00
(t 00. calvpa. tl.OOHM 10.
I!nf ltpi-plnla loo l.lshta IT 0
T.SOi plsa. to r.0T.0 hppvy. II TST IS.
Hhppp- tlPCPlpla 300. lmba, IR R0
T.I0; vrpthpra, 14. Soar ITS; PWM, 13.101)
3,78. (loata. II 00W3 00.
Oklahoma l'1l Llvplnck.
(1KI.AIIOMA CITY Hppt 30 CpiIIp
llppplpta S00. Markot atoaily htppra.
S4.S0a(,1.7ti . rnwa anil apifpra, 1 2 wt i au :
raivpa, n turri tp; aiorapra aim iPPnpr.
lloira HaoPlpta 4S0, Markat lOo hlichpr
Top, I7.S0I hulk. IT3SAT.I0.
ltanHa Cltr 4lmln.
KANHAH CITY. XppI 30. -Whaat
Caah. No. 3 hard. 11.1301 3(. No. 3 tad,
Corn Nn. ! whIIP. 41'444p, No, 3
3'plop, 44p; ll .1 yplinw fiiariip.
Data No 3 WhIIP, 90V30MC
Whtat Oppii Illall low Cloap
t)pc t.SIS 1.9! 1 10S 1 l'i
May 1.3114 1.2IS US I 2SS
T)pe 60 '.SON .191. .4'S
liar US .3SS .301, .31V
!). 3S .30 .30 S .3S
May 40S .l tOH
Npw Vork Col Inn.
NKW YOlltC, HpM. 33. Oltloil Bp.lt
quiet: middling, 11. to
Sftr York .Monryi
N1W VOflK, Hopt. 10. Call inonay
firm. Illa-li. 01 tow, m ruiinit rata. .
rloalnr hid. SSt otfprp.l at 6; laat man,
0. Call loana asalnat acrpplsnppa, S Ttmp
lnan atpaily. 00 days SSWSSi 90 daya.
SH1S; mnntha, SS, prime inprcan
lllo pappr. SSIS.
NKW YOI1K. Kept. 30. Korrlun x
(lraat lirltaln rtpmand. l.TJS; pablpo.
1. TINl 00 ,lav hllla on hanka. 3.TIS.
l'ran... demand. 7 US: oabtaa. 7 11.
11'iW iloinainl 1.93, cablai. I.OOU.
Oerinaiiy Uiiuand. .11; eablea. .ISS.
New trk .Mptala,
VK.W VHKK. Kepi. 30 lad Stpady,
apot. 4 70r4 7S.
Zinc Finn. Kaal HI Uiula delivery,
apol. 4. SO,
Knuna 4 Hy l'n"1uep.
KANRAH CITY, Kept, 10 Mutter- I'n
It BO a UnPhansPd.
1'otatoea Unelianue.) .
M. Iiula Curl, AlmlUhrd,
KT. l.(HIIH. Bept. 10 -Uuru ileallns In
y;niln at tha meruhaute paehanae vaa
abollahpd today by a vola t tha mam
hprahlp. The recnitly anartpd Ttehnor
law plaeed a taa ot 31 rente a buehal on
It curb deala In sraln,
WICHITA. Hppt. 30. -lloa-lle,ppt.
on, Maraei aieaujr. iwp, i.aa; bulk,
JillliuralntM 100. Market
Tlutcher ateera. IS.tOeiO.SOl l.ulrh.r c.nvi
and heltera. nIMrS.lSl et'lker. and
leedera, ll.006SO, caivee, la.ainja.eo,
NUW YOHK, Kept. 10. Liberty bonds
Clartl ..... ..... a a en M.i .
MP. Ba.l'II IIT"V v.. mT duii
4a7 0 111 tlrat 4Sa. 90J0, 'nml IHe
10.40. ihlnl (, ""'."'". eo.SO
lclory ISa. I.l. victory 4Ta. J 11
LONDON. Bpt. 10. lail- polf
tav 4l fuura. Si, 17, id.
NTW OHI,KANH, KVpt. 10. Tim
Initio Reiicrully culled tlu uiltoti
market today whm a typical l r--
"lirnilll HIIS1T, WHO evening III
npertlnns mi the hour side ilomlnut
1'lirnnu affair, with evening till
"IB fluclimlliiim moat i.f dm
iliur., although Hip nsws was loo
1'iilllsb to Hllnw ilnwmvsnl prtrti
inuvpiiitnts to mo very fHr. 1-nlnr
In tlm spssIiiii ilnildsd lirii:iiliirly
dnvploped suit Ihs i'Iiki wart !i polntH
u ml ir to it points over tha IpvpI of
) Mlrrilay's i lns, th last bid on
lei emhsm bclnir 2r 1 6c: u puuinl.
llr (..(Inn Tahlp,
Mill It. i . la Salaa Storka
Nfw Orlaarw 39.10
tialvaalun . II. Tl
Norfolk . . .
Total tmlay ....
Tl lor wppk
Tl fur a'aon ....
Ausmmi ... 10.14
M. Uula ...11.00
Atlanta ... 11.10
1.11 1 M Muck 10 Tl
Dallas . ...10.10
M'nlf omppy 10.00
Total today ! '
II, Til 1,110
t.llt , l0
1,117 '. ...
I.lti I '.OH
rw Vork Mmk l.lal
AIIIp.1 Chain. Hyp 10 if
.mm. lift rrustr ...
Am. Oar A IMr. .
Am II A 1,, pl.t .
Am. Int. Corp
Am. Hniplt, A llf .
Am Hum. Tub, . . .
4 it its tm
I ITU 17 'i rt
1 1IVH Hill, lit
I lilt 01 II
It Ila !tt H'4
ll oi o ooi,
.. . II 11
ll lis 17 i7:
S3 41V 30 ,10't
Am, Tl Tal
Am. W'oi.l.n IS 7SH Tl TIU
AnaofliKla uop. . . os 40 3114. 4n
Atthlann C 6 H II Sltt
All. Cnalt l.lno II SO
All (I. ,V W. 1 34 11V, 37 'j IS
laid. l.Hti Ill III Mat 90S
int. (.into o ii ai'i n'l
iinui, nipp ii ao bfli
. II 1 1 1 u
Cant, l.pathpr ... .
4 'handler .Motors ..
Chpa. A (I
M. A HI. 1'
T 10 '4
U, II. I. & I'ao. ..
Cruclhlp Mlrrl ...
('ill.a Olio Hutar . .
(Ian. Aaplialt . . .
7 Ul',4 131
(1. N. pfd
Unit tUataa HlP'l . .
40H 40 U
ill, I Plural
Int. lUrvpatar ....
Int. Mer, Mar. pfil.
Invlnrllilo Oil . ..
94 3S; 3S 3S'a
14 T7 70S TO",
0 4a 4T"i la
K.-Hnr I Tl a p I.P T Ira
i.ouia. n nsmii
Mid. Mtatoa Oil . , .
MlilffalP Mttal .
N, Y. Cull
fl. Y N. It. A II
Nor. A Wrn
(lie. l'rttd A Ttaf
. .141 101
., 10 12
.. 10 2H
. . 13 I0(,
. . S3 T3
. . 1 90S
.. 10 7tt
raolflp (111 13 31
Pan-Aimr. J'plr. ... 40 47'4
Ilpp, Iron A W
Il.-.y. Dutch, it. Y. .
HI. U A H. V.
Hpahnaril A. U ...
Hpatinard A. K pfil
Haara Hopliuck . . .
Hhali Trana, A Trad
Hln rill a Itpf. ...
tt IIU 43 43
10 '1SU tSli tS'i
, S3 73S Tl'a 72
11 6 1 It SlOt ll
51 47 ' ' ,
S 34U SIS 23S
I St, (.
0 0S la S
1 34 34't IIS
1J 0l IBS US
I 37S 17S ITS
to an 9a trt ((
Mlnaa-Mief. H. 1.
:,so '!!s ffi
0 33 23 33
10 00 61 OSS
IS IS IS S
1 II3, 131 133
S llOS 110 110
Kn. Hy. Pfd
SUn. Oil N, J
rttuil. Corp. ..
Tpiaa A I'ao
untiod rrun . ...
II. H IVod 1'rod .
II, M. I lid. Aleohol .
UnllP'l II. Htnrea .
II tt lll.l.l.AI. . . .
113 14 US IS S
31 SO '4
U' H. SI-pI 101 I0S
79 S T S
tl loo S
U, H. MPel prd -..
Ulah Ci.pppr 77 StS
Van. Corp U US
Va Caro Chem. . . 3 10
Weatlnsliouan llleo. I S
WllWa-Ovprland ... IS SS
to ; sos
Total a.ilra. 441.100.
CnlVim Vepd till. , ,,
NKW YOltK. Kept. 30.- Cotton aped oil
n ateady oarle, bill aubaequenily turned
eaaK under preaauro from reflnlns Inlpr
pala and aelllns hy Imal prateaalonala
Clnalns prlcea wer 1 polnla hloher for
October anil B in n nei iowt m ..i--halancp
Balpe 11.000 barrpla l'rlm
crlidp. I OOP aapa. primp urnmer ;U'
apot 9.50c, lleeemher .4I.-. March, l.llo.
and May, 9.ISr,
BU SI N ESS"EXP AN Dl NG
Vlm1(4ile ami .liihlilni; Trade und to
Lcmmit I'Ulenl Industry, round
Heller, llrmUtrca-t to Kay.
NKW VOUK- -Kept 30. llr.id
slreet's tomorrow will say;
Wholesale and jobbing trndo
mid lo a sUubtly buwer deree.
Industry, lend to expand as mm
mndltlc and markets hitherto
lagKhiK. Join In the slow but ap
parently Mleady march of Improve
ment. The stock market seema
to liavo luiblbed a little more
confide hen and ts a fihade firmer,
while the bond market, especially
aw regards the hbertteet, sluii
sustained and, Indeed, added
streiiKth. the latlor Hecurllles in
fact reaching the hlgbest prices of
year. Increased buying and
slightly larger scales nf output
featured the pig iron and finished
steel markets, tho Index figures
of which, at last, mark 11 turn up
ward. Lumber and coal buying
mid output have Improved, tho first
named reflecting and tho second
largest monthly total of value ot
building In August and tho good
reports as to September operations,
while the Litter indicium 11 grow
ing demand for filol for both
Industrial and domeatlc purposes.
Weekly- bank clearings jfi.zos,
A I'mrcsnlnual Duty.
Axel, a Swede tn an outfit at Fort
Jay, woko up one morning with 11
desire to loaf. 1I got put on sick
cull .thinking tl was worth trying,
utiywuy. At the (llspensiiry tile doe
looKcit nun oei, felt Ills pulse und
took bis tumperuture, Then he
'I eun't find anything wrong with
No answer. ,
"Sen here, what's wronir with vnu.
Doe," reiilled Axel. "That bano
ypur Job," Ameriian I.eglon
Althnimh 11,. i- J. . .
i i'-. ? wt States is the
lr UUt N
Force a Decline; Con
ftlCAflO, Kept. 30. -ITedlrll'ms
of enlarniil trrclpts In Ihn northwest
neKt week bad n xood deal to do
with msklin? wheat prlros derllne
loibiy. Tlm irmrkst cloned heavy 1
J-l to 2 l-lc net lower with He
ember l.0 1-i to 31 'id May
11.31 1-3 lo 3-4 Corn lost 3-K'fl
I -i and OHts I .( lo 3.4
If wns said that consignment no
tices of wheat due lo arrive at
northwestern terminals were of
(Truster volume than for any pre
vious time litis season, riorn this
clri'iiinsliincn, beam drew the Infer
ence that spring wheat farmers were
showttiK 11 disposition In market
their surplus without delay, not wit ll -stnndliiK
riivernimiivt finances avnll
nhls to carry the irraln If so desired
Kiirthetmore, bears contended thai
from poor fotebrn demand and
from ri'pmtnd offers of resale It
would seem that heavy exports of
I'nlted I tn tea wlmnt durlnir July and
Amulet were nr tlnp: at present as u
boomeranit 011 prices. The market
soured a rally nflor midday on nr
nount of t'overliiK by shorts, but
when demand from this soun e bad
been satisfied values weakened attain
and (ilosed near the bottom level
of Ihn n(liin.
Corn and oats, like wheat, wero
without annTi'salvo support, Hp
lemlier delivery of corn fell to tbo
lowest prlre In IS yearn. Wither
ipiotnllnns on lioits kuv nuino firm
niiHM to provisions.
New Orlenni f'nttnn.
NKW OIll.MA.NH. H.pt 10 -Cotton
Uh.. ..nlllH. ...I...I 11m lrtw M.laa
on tiip apMt, 790 balpa. t'n arrlvp, ISO. I,ow
iniiiiiuns, nn, inimiuns, J'i."i (nmi
inlililllnil, S ISO. Itectltila l,44i atuck
Illinois Slain .Mniiufneturvrt Deiuamt
Isntrr I'ii'IkIiI TiulffH nml Tin
iilloii lit I'linfiivno'.
RIIIUAUO, Sirit. 30 HpecdV
iniactiiv'iil of suniu form of taxation
ny onnKresM was reiiuesteu in inn
resolutions Of the final m-eslon of i
the conference of Htato Manufucttir
ern' assorlatlonrt linro today. Till)
rcHiibitlun-i linked that the taxation
bo "sufficient to provldn tbo nccea
sary revenuo of itnvoniinent rco-
nninlcaliy ailmlnlHtcrKil. oilier ren-
oliitlous called for au end to the
appropriation of United Htutes
money 11s rnibsldleH nf nldir totatn
mil local Koverninetjt Iicchuhh of ihn
rnsultliiK uontunloii of national and
The resolution named xpcclflciilly
the "Hiulth.Towner bill for a- so
called federal department nf edu
cation, ami tha Hheppard-Towuer
miiturntty bill," and aa 11 concluding
act of a day or (HscuknIou of tlm
plane of llio rallrond In readJiiMt"
mcnt. It aiked for a "decided ro
duutlon in frelht rates no- n necea
sary step toward tbo revival of
Tho rcHolutlon also rocOKiilzed
that "In order to bring about tbeoo
roductloiiH In freight rates. It a la
necesaary inai ine rauroaus 110 re
lieved of paying a higher wago rate
and nre paid similar corporations
corporations doing edmlliir work.
The resolutions also naked tho re
peal of the AdaniKon law und modi
facatlou of the transportation act
or 11111 to do away with tun iniicu
States railway labor board,
CAGERS GET EARLY START
lliu.l,olsi Kciison to Oik'ii TiKlay
for Kendall Academy.
The Kendall Academy basket
ball squad will open tho season
this morning with u gnmo against
Catoosa, high at Harwell gym.
University of Tulsa. Tho Cutoonu
coach called Couch Schmidt yester
day und asked for 11 gamu with
academy Saturday. Schmidt natur
ally thought ho ment football and
said "yvn" at once. Tho Catoosa,
man was talking about basketball,
however, und Schmidt decided to
go ahead and play I1I111 though it
will be months bolero the regulur
banket ball season Is hero. Orey,
Speeivi. licit. Ilond and (1(11 wilt
start for the academy. -
KU-KLUX PROBE IS DROPPED
Ohio Officers Hnil No (iniitml for
rroscciiilon of Orgaiilr.'itlou,
CLI3VKUAND. Ohio, Sept. 30. A
propoia'd grand Jury Investigation
Into the activities of tho Ku-Ktux
Klan in Cleveland was called off by
County rrosei utor lblward C. Stan
ton late todii' after Charles W. l.ovo,
Rruiid goblin for Ohio, Wisconsin,
.Michigan. Indiana, Kentucky and
West Virginia, Hurl llockaday, king
kleaglo for Ohio, and Chester W.
Tolteii voluntarily apeured (or ex
amination. The officers were pennltted to re
turn to their homes, promising to
return to Cleveland any time Stanton
or oilier officials deshed lo renew
'Fiirirr Hill Ileal lug m. I.
WASH1NUTON, Sept. 30 --Hearings
before the senate flnniu'e com
mittee on the tariff bill will be ro
sumed November I. Chairman Pen
rose aniioiinced todity. The agricul
ture schedule will bo considered
AlUK-ar lleforo (Iniuit Jurj.
Sppplpl to Tho Wt,r!
OKUMAH. Sep) 30 Sheriff U
M. Collier and Deputy llooln Jcffers
with calleil lo Ardmoro the first ot
the week where they nppeared be- inal football team here this after
fore tho federal grand jury there In noon by .1 score of 31 to 0. The high
seMir.il whisky cases from this school boyn outclassed ihelr older
county. Charles Myer, Hufe Hur- und heavier opponents at evtVrv
bin, C. 1.. .Munsur, (1. W. Hayden and tago of the game. Pace. .1 l,i Favour
Hob Ftillbrlght were Indicted on and llox otarred for Nowata. Pace
the whisky charges. Muydei) Is a
woiutny negro living near tioiey,
Ciuiiniti'it'.ty lijivuiii Ksrnls.
Dppclal lo Tlm World.
UHOVH. 4ept. 30. Tho commit
nity Lyceum bureau bus made ar
rangements for 11 course of six num
bers for the season of 1931-22, to
bo given as follows; 11. W, Keurr.
lecturer. Oi tuber 4, F.mmu D Han
I"11'- reiiurr. .Mivrmtior s, corn I
' l.snham. entertainer. November lit
dle, reaurr, November !i. Cora 11
fr 2. students' tickets for l.
Z-G- IP - V4- U STUD
-fvtoat! TVfO QOEGUG
HfrD NotHt.y3 fAVSKUr
OfiECf UllM. WAS ALSO
c30lMG TO LAV BUT
CHAMGEti U (AMt CC
"POT FOP. fO0 "aBCAUiE !
OU UJBne VlBAvf UOSER.
CrtltAP IM THlLAMtrino?'
T3Y "GEALlMG ME TuO
KiM&s oh Mi pouaTH
AMD FlFW CATICG-
VT a. 1 -DEAu! ' j
at I". r LT- a Jj P' kVpV -kw AV J 'a I I tl i A WUaVM IMk I t L-n - W I
Giants Were Trailers Until
JohnMcGraw Took the Helm
But Team Jumped Into Popularity When "MuKtray" Was
Given the Reins; McGrnvv, Stoncham and McQunde
Purchased Club From Brush Estate in 1919.
NKW YOltK, Kept 30 The New
York National league baseball club,
thli year's National tongue pennant
winners, came Into being In 1883.
wltli John It. Day, a patron of tho
game financing the project. James
.Murtlc. wIiobo . name still Uvea ns
the "Hither of tho (Hants" Induced
Day to back the club after the
emtio had been tried on the old I'olo
Grounds, then on Fifth Avenue.
Mlirtln managed tho club, which
was admitted to lb" National league
the satno year It was organized. The
New York team look the placo of
the Troy team which had dropped
out of the league and lined tho best
of tho Troy players, among them
"Illicit" Kwlng, Mickey Welch. ling
er Connor, 1M llusklns and I'at
Olllesplc. All of them were largo In
stature nml during 0110 game Murllu
watched his men In action and ro
mniked: "They urn (Hunts in ac
tion lid well ns stature." The nanio
"(Hunts" has slink over since,
i Trailer Many lours.
r. ....tl.au A-.... ,.,. V.,fii.i,.( t,i-r.ul
dent' of the club In 1S93. Day having
Hold his interests. Murtlc was de-
posed, broken hearted, and John W.
Ward becamo manager. Tho team
finished fifth iy 1834 and second
tho following season 111 18U5. the
lato Andrew Frnedman purchased
the controlling Interest In tho club
and was president for eight years.
Willi tho exception or is7. wnen
the team finished third, It was ul-
wnya a trailer under Frccdman.
Kleven managers bad the (Hants
HAGEN IN FINALS"
OF PRO TOURNEY
Downpour Halts Match
Retween Jim Barnes
and Emmet French
FA It HOCK AWAY, Sept. 30.
Walter Hngen of Detroit entered tho
final round ot tho Professional (lllf
oro association championship tourna
ment at tho Inwood country club
when he defeated Cyril Walker qt
FtiEtewood, N. J , flvo and four tills
The match was played despite a
Jim Humes and Kminet French
decided to "quit their match' at tho
seventh hole in the afternoon round.
A driving rainstorm which they
contended with for six hours niadii
playing practically Impossible.
Parties was two up when the
match was stopped. They will flplsh
early tomorrow morning.
The cards for tho six solos fit the
Harms Out. r,4o 444.
French out. 44 1 Sf.3
The Leading Batters
llli'ludlnjr ratcrdu) 'a (iuniea.
Hirer, ltl- IL 411 K. It M.
Ilarari. fit. l"ill .. IS SHJ 1.11 M! .101
Hasan, llseiimiil 110 urn as 113 .301
l-nHape ttntea Ill Jll 40 1311 .111
Mdltsry, U lawlt .. ..ISO 309 111 me .147
runnier. M. Ul. . ...117 Mltl lul IV) .311
o aii. n. ir. Pel.
Ilellmann, Pelrolt ...1ST 393 1)1 134 .33a
Co, Detroit IIS SOS 111 19T .390
Uulh. New York 149 S39 ITS 101 .110
I Slater. .St. 1 .1.11 la 136 STS ll'l 314 .371
Mpaaker. Cleveland . .323 S07 107 1S1 .157
Nowata High Ileitis Tnltloqmili.
NOWATA. Sept. 30. Nowata
high defeated Tuhlequnh tdnte nor
scored tvo of Nowata's touchdowns
on forwiird passes. This is iht sec
ond time Nowata high has defeated
the normal toam, boating thcnrlaBt
year by one m-ore at Tahlequah, The
gamo wus witnessed by 3,500 peo
ple. Sues City for Debt,
' AFTON, Sept 30. The Farmers
Stato bank of this cllv has filed
suit in disirl 't court against the city
ot Aftim, asking damages In the.
mini or 9.326, alleged to bo duo the
bank for supplies and material (or
under l'reeilman. The list Includes
fieorgo Davis. Jack Doyle, Harvey
Wutkins. Arthur Irwin. Hill Joyce,
Capt. A. C. Anson, John Ll. Day.
l-'red Hney, Iluck .Kwlng, (leurgc
Smith and Jlornce Fogcl,
Freed man finally was Induced to
give John McOraw a chanru in the
managerial officii. John T. Drush
purchasod the team in 1903 and
placed Mcflrnw In control. The. team
jumped, iilmost Instantly Into popu
larity with tho public and has since
proM'n ono of tho best financial In
vestmoutrt In thn National league.
Under Day and MUrtlo the alanta
finished first in 188S and 1880. Tho
team finished eecond In 1003. tho
twenty-first year of fts llfo and the
Initial season of McOraw'n manage
ment. In 1904. they won the pen
nant but refused to play thu Boston
Americans rn rtno worms ennm
plonshlp. The following year, when
tho then newly rormeu .National
commission made tho world's series
11 mandatory contest between pen
nant winning teums ot the national
nd American loJBUi. tho lllants
v.'",n,,.1", I1!' 7 ,,",,nB. I'".1 hl ii"
'I' lpbla Athletla,, four games to one
in j'jii. itariy iitiuiwtf.iu puc
ceeded his f.ither-ln-la w, John T
Hrush, us head ot the club, McOraw
wna given a new contract by Hemp
stead III 1917 and acquired stock
In the club. In January. 1919.
Churlcx A. Stonehum, John McOraw
and Francis McQuudo purchased tho
controlling, stock from the Jlrush
estate. Stonenam now is presldont.
'SPOT' GEYER ON
STAFF AT PONCA
Kay County Schools Have
Busy Programs; Chiloc
co Team Strong
Bpeclal tn The World.
PONCA CITY, Sept. 30. "Spot"
Ooyer. tho former football star at
Oklahoma university, has become
anststant to Coach .KInicr Jacohn In
whipping tho I'onc.i City hlnV school
squad Into shape for tho opening
game at Norman Saturday. Ouyer
has been head geologist hero for
several years for tho Marland Re.
fining company nnd iiuturully re
tains great Interest In football. Until
(leyer and Jacobs arc talking about
an nil .victorious team here this
year, although admitting that tho
opening game nt Norman will be a
Ono of tho two vacant planes on
the local schedule has been filled by
putting Wlntield, Kan., high on the
list for a cume at Ponca City on Oc
tober 21. Winflcld Is always nmong
tho first few strong teams In the
Sunflower state. Thn only local va
cant dato now Is that of Novem
Among th'e new men who will bo
on thu Ponca team this year Is Ijiw.
renco Huxter, who played with
Kemper Military academy last boa-
won and who is bringing ovur 200
pounds' Into the local line. Joe Mil
ler. Jr., mo n nf tho 101 It.inch owner.
Is trying hard for a quarter posi
tion dipt. Jon Smaykefer and Hill
McMillan. local champion boxer, are
taking care of the tackles.
Wotdilngtnil Coach nt CIiIUmj'o.
Tho Ch'llorco Indian school, this
county, is preparing for another hip
season, r ' hough several of the best
men wero lust this spring through
graduation. The team got 11 big
help recently when On it Welch, for
mr Carlisle star, stopped off nwhilo
to give the boys a hand. He Is now
the head caich at tho Washington
state university and was tho all
American quarter In 1916. In addi
tion to tho first team at Chllocco,
35 young Indians tiro trying out foi
the 'wound team.
'Vhe Tonkaw.i Preparatory whool.
this county, lost Its first game of
the season last Saturday, to the Alva
Hangers. 23 to 0, but Coach Strlngo;
expects a far stronger aggregation
on the field than the school had
TI10 Fairfax Schedule.
I Coach Pctrle In a new man at Futr
fax M'.i ycir but bus a very strong
team, according to dope, Kmmeit
Foley has been elected captain for
the third and last time, as he gradV
ULUl I JO& WAS I
J KIND. p 7
C f 5MME THE
By B. Link
3EE$ AlMT "TVIE WINNER
MAts 'CAUSE HE vDN 1
VUi. BET Wi'S 30MMA
TOKC! ME OM THE
M06E foR QW1M'
HlrA THE "TiAlO KlMGS.
F -Joe PELL IfA
A SEUJBa HU'O
Comb op ujith
A BASKET OV
TULSA CLUB BACK
OF BIGGER TULSA
Enthusiastic Meeting of
City's Newest Organi
At a meeting which literally brls
tied with enthusiasm and optimism
for thn futuro of Tulsa, tho Creator
Tulsa club met In tbo city hall Frl
day night and elected officers.
choosing as president S. W. Hales
who wus elected cnairman at mo
Inception of tho club In Moooa hall
ooino weeks ago,
At tho request Vf U J. Orcns,
acting secretary, who wus also
elected secretary ot tho club's first
meeting, Mrs, Pen James w.Is elect
ed secretary of th'e organization.
Orcn in turn wus elected flrnt vice
president and T. C, Hopklna, second,
vlco president. John Ii. Haillcy,
local attorney, was chosen treasurer.
The subject of "Tho Industrial
Possibilities of Tulsa" was fully ex
pl.tlned by official?) from tho differ
ent organizations and civic clubs
over tho city.
Attorney Hadley cxprrfwod thn
keynote on tho possibilities of in
dustrial expansion in Tulsa In a
brief but fiery addresn in which ho
pointed to tho fact that Tulsa, of
fers other advantages amides Its
Should Iiu Indiuulal Ccntrr.
That Tulsa should become ono of
tho manufacturing centers of the
southwest, was tho opinion express
ed by Col. Ira U. Heaves ot tho
Chamber ot Comniercu lld tin en
thusiastic booster ot tho (Ireater
Tulevi club, who also said that tho
citizens must support tho Tulsa
made products It such a condition
Is brought about.
"Tho peoplo themselves must
realize the Industrial poHslbilltlcri ot
Tulsa and do all In their power to
bring these Industries hero before
they can be convinced of the possi
bilities which Ho li'ero awaiting do
"Tulsa needs a broom factory, a
paint manufactory, a soap mill and
many other Industrial concerns.
There l all klndo of raw materials
hero and there aro other necessury
factors which aro necessary.
"It will bo tho purpose of this
club to help bring th'eso manufac
turers here," Colonel Hooves con
tinued. The placo and tlmo ot tho nest
meeting of the club has not yet
been decided upon. Ilefrctthmcnii In
the form ot sandwiches and coffee
will probably be served us It Is
planned to mako the next meeting
a "Tulsa get-together" evening,
where tho laboier and tho moneyed
man, the business and oil field
worker, where men and women, In
fact where class und political dif
ferences will he - thrown to tho
winds and every citizen meet on the
same level, that of a booHter for
iMtept next spring. The Fairfax
schedule. Is announced as follows:
September 30 Hlghcart at Fair
tax. October 7 Ponca City at Fairfax.
October 14 Nowktrk ut Ncwklrk.
October 21 Pawnee at Pawnee.
October 28 IJlackwcll at Black
well. Novorhbor i Drumrlght at Fair
fax. November 11 Dowey at Dewey.
NovembcrI4 Pawhuska at Fair
fax. Tho second Injury to a football
player In this flection ot the state oc
curred tho past week when 'Ted"
Slilum ot the Nowklrk team, suffer
ed a broken shoulder during prac
tlce. The accident will keep him out
ut tho lineup all season.
2 STRAIGHT FOR ARDMORE
Dndd'g 'llinv-Ilcggur In Mnlli Jxj.
A It DM O Hi;, Sept. 30. -Dodd's
Ihree-base hit tn the last half of '
the ninth brake up a pitcher's ,
duel hero late today, and the Ard
hore "Peps" of tho Texas-uklu-hama
league made It two straight 1
In the Oklahoma Class D chumplon- i
ship series, defeating the Chlckasha
Western association champions 2 I
to 1. Joe Gaines of Ardmoro and
Meadows of Chlckasha were well ,
supported, Zulngha, Chlckasha .
second baseman, and Dodd, feu- 1
Hired. lovelacc's two bagger In
the seventh t-corcil Ardmoro first
Score by Innings, II. II F,
Chklmsha 000 001 000 l 3 1
Ardmoro . 000 000 101 2 t
Hatterles. Medows and Games:
Raines and I c mast ens.
In Past Month
WASHINGTON, Kept. 30. Amer
ican business conditions Improved
decidedly durlnc Hoptcniber in the
view of tbo federal reserve board,
whloh inadn public tonlRht a dis
tinctly optimistic revluw of condl
tlonn for tbo month. Iniportutit
changes for tho better were seen In
lb" credit situation, "dlstlnift cn
cuuraKoincnt" In many basic busl
nepis lines ami strong Hi.uldatlon,
IndlcallnB Increaiod ability of busl
necs to scttlo Its accounts,
Tho "wholesome Improvement"
which the board's correspondents
found In almost every section ap
peared to have been based largely
on the advanfti In cotton prices. As
a result of tbo higher cotton values
liquidation ban taken plar.o and
wholesnlo ntid retail trade has been
buoyed up, tho report said.
Marked Improvement In tho credit
situation was clttrl by tho review
as tho noteworthy feature of busi
ness diirlnu tho month, tho board
declaring that "taken all In nil, from
a financial s'tndpolnt, the month
has been In tho main period of dis
Tho board noted only a sltKbt In
crease In employment In tho 30 days,
but added that while the end of the
harvesting and crop movement rea
son mlKht tend to Increaso tho num
ber of unemployed, that was likely
to be offset by growth In demand
for labor on tho part of manufac
CONTtNLT.D KHOM rXtlK ONG.
commandcr-ln-chlet of the orown'H
military forced to say what such an
operation would cost, how long It
would tako and what would bo the
"Tho upshot of It was that th'e
cabinet save. Copo authority to go
to Ireland and obtain tho basis for
a . caco offer."
ADMITS SHE FED
CONTINUED I'ltOM I'AGH ONK.
tho doses lately when ho seemed to
get worse. ,
No Inquest Nccc..nry.
Coroner if. M. Stewart stated
ho would not call an Inquest be
cause ho knew that beyond u doubt
that death resulted from poisoning
nnd It would avail nothing to call
a coroner's Jury. Ho said tho
county prosecutor has full power
to act without an Inquest.
Mr. Uurnett said It U solely a
question of whether tho poison was
Harnea died at 6 o'clock last
evening, two hours nftcr being re
moved to a hospital. Paralysis,
which set In soon after he reached
the hospital had tho symptoms ot
being caused by polslonlng.
Papers Stolen From
Salvation Army Man
Returned by Thief
Just when St. O. Clellett, Sal
viitlon Army field director for
Oklahoma, "despaired of ever
seeing again tb'o valuable per
sonal paperft which wero stolen
with his suitcase nt the Frisco
otatlon In thin city Juno 23, tho
papers were returned to him at
tho local citadel Thursday In a,
plain, unmarked onvelopo af
fording nocluo as to tho sender.
The published appeal which'
Cellett made tho day after the
thoft last Juno for the return ot
the papers brought no result
and recently ho took up the
wi'arlBomc task of trying to du
plicate In somu fashion 20 years'
accumulated testimonials of hln
work, character nnd achieve
ment. Ho was meeting with llttlo
success as sonio of tho givers
of tho testimonials wero dead,
anil othern In foreign countries.
(lollctt Is an Irlflhman, edu
cated In Huglaiid, lived In Aus
tralia, served In tho llocr war
and camo to American from
Jr TA dodIs who knnw ItrlaktW
V Ointment rely on tt chiefly forth
rraion inty nawe rouaa no Mkia
trouble (from slmpfo ptmpUt to ob
stiaat0 EcxtmM) of which It n jj not
(Dai im tw
Said hv Ait nntltimyr
POPULAR FOR CINIDATIONI
IA Prpritlorv of
OOMFDUND COPAIBA and C7JBEB3
AT YOUR DRUCC1ST
I AaV br BTHAMECHUY.a'roM tuhatltulWd
You Won't Get
Any Gray Hairs
tbout tho safety of your
goods if you employ us to
movo them. We're us careful
wltli them as a sweetheart
Is w(lh her first lovo letter
ind our bill for services ren
dered -looks like a very
Wfa irs yoos
tKT US KJiOWl
WOMAN MAY BE DELEGATE
Miss Wrt, Who SH'oUs Here In
January rosnlblo Member of
Miss Ulna SI. West four, 1
lender of the Woman" I!. 1 .
soclatlon of tho Maiialur--tned
a4 tha principal speni
state rally to bu held here
ry, may become the re ipie i
ot tho greatest honors turr
ferred rtpon a woman, the ,u
mcnt by President HaM'
member of tbo advisory c 1
committee on limltRtlmi 1 1 ,
mcnt. according to word re. 1
the Tulsa rtevlew,
Since Miss West's appi c '1
this placo was recommende 1
National Fraternal coiiki.
American meeting In I'l...
ffeptember, her naint- L,t,
prominently anil persist!"',
setited to President Haulm t
office. During the pa.t u
Commander Mrs. tillzntieth 1
of the Tulsa llovlew and 1L
of offlcern and members tin
busy getting In touch with -J.
W. Hurield and It'beit l
arid Congrcsswoman Mis, A
ortson, roriuestlng their end
District Red Cross
Meeting Here Oct. U
A dbttrlct meeting of th,
can Hed Cross will bo held
city October 14, It 1h annum
A. Ij. Farmer, secretary of i
County Hed Cross cliuptt
will bo spenkrrs from out
stato and tho program w.li
eto In a pageant to bt (.
Convention hall the night
ber 14 by Hed Cross wmk'
members of the Junior Hi d
Tho pageant will dral u.ili i
lory, war time uchlovumei
peaco program of the He I
anil will bo directed by m
school dramatics lnslruii.
. . i
'his t '
1921 roll cnll of tho colla r .
will bo taken In council ion iti
tho district session nnd the tu. m
Klenor Virginia, cl id
daughter of Mr. and Mm ( I ir -
I.. Yancey. 1963 South fi
avenue, who died ot infant i j'
nlysls Thursday aftern" n u,i
burled In Hose Hill cemcen i i
day following a private f ,m a
tho homo conducted hv liev C W.
Kerr, pastor of the First l. .
toriun church. Hesldes tbo p, .it
there nro two children who bun ve
n brother nged 3 aid a -' t
Dan Moskowltz, flvc-yrar-c i Bun
ot Li Moskowltz, 1131 Nnfh Main
street, who died Thursd-iv was
burled In Hose Hill cemetery f iiMy
Tho French administration ha.i
built more than 1,200 miles "f i 'jd
In Morocco, most of Hum nch
camel drawn rollers.
By Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
table Compound, Restoring
Mrs. Benz to Health
Altoona, Pa. "I am writinRtotel
you what Lydia E. Pinkham'aVeccta.
I Die ijompounanas
done tor me. vnt
have had six chil
dren die almost at
birth. From on
hour to nineteen
daya is all they
navo uvea, as i
another, 1 took 3
dozen bottles ol
your Vcp; table
Compound ami I
can sav that it u
tho ereatest medicine on earth, for
this baby is now four months old and i
a healthier babyyou would not want f
I am sending you a picture of her.
Everybody says. That is a very
healthy looking baby.' You have ray
consent to show this letter. "-Mrs.
C.W.Benz.131 3rd Ave., Altoona, Pa.
No woman can realize tho joy and
happiness this healthy babe brought
into tho homo of Mrs. Bcnz, unli'39
they havo had a like experience
Every woman who suiters from any
ailments peculiar to her sex, as indi
cated by backaches, headaches, bearing-down
pains, irregularities, ner
vousness and "the blues" should not
rest until they have given Lydia B.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a
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