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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, DEC KM HER 27. 1921
Made Business of Getting
' Away With Stolen
IFE TELLS . DETAILS
More Sensational Testi
mony and Further
Arrests to Follow
. .. ...
fpKiiv Til. woiia.
OKh.MAH. Dec. 26. The pro
Imlnary hearing of lleorgo I.ucns,
l-harged Jointly with Frank Sic-
tanaM and Peto Long '.villi tho Inr-
eny C u Ford Bcdan liclonglrifrNiu
Attorney HKl nllo on November
h:, was held Friday in the district
Ford Car Gets Awau
From I)rivcr and Then
Tear 8 .Up Drug Store
Special (o Th World.
JAY, Dec. 2(i. The truck bo.
ItiR driven by lfjlly Duffleld
licio laiit Thursday jilayod a trick
that was never wltneiwed hero,
before. The driver had Jimt
cranked tho Ford, and started
nround to get In to the wheel, but
tho truck m too quick for him
and Marled oft down the atreot,
utiKUlded und uncontrolled.
. It struck the llttlo diU Btoro of
uoolor Murshman and completely
tore off his porch. The doctor
didn't know what had happened
when the truck undertook to come
lntu bin place of huslnce. Tho
truck VtH considerably diimnKcd,
but no ono hurt, except the doc
tor feelings, which are normal
FAIRFAX IS SET FOR PAVING
Material and TraiiNportatlon llolli
l'ourulilc tu ( heap Job,
8pcll to Th Worlds
KAIHFAX. Dec. 2d. Hneltirrm
"riday in the district ; havo been In tho cltiMhli week com.
ourtroom bsforoXCounty Judge Sol. pletlng estimates on tho proposed
Dillnr As n result of tho cvt- 100 blocks of pavlnc that 1st under
Mice put on by the state I.uca.i was j consideration Just at present. Their
new iu in" umiriti tuun aim uona estimates will be ready for tho city
filed at $5,000. council within a few duys. The
Lucas was formerly Interested In Fairfax chamber of commerce, has.
tne Hquare v-am nere, out quit tne i gone on record as being unanimously
business some weeks ago, and was In favor of the pavement plan as
.irresled about two weeks ago In lit Is thought that now Is thu most
Fort s-niitli, Ark., after he. Is alleged i logical tlmo to launch such u pro
to havo sold White's car to Hal Meet while material Is probably ut Its
Bishop, of Fort Smith, In whose lowest point.
pMxessloii the car was found, ac-1 Fairfax is well situated and m.v-
orainc to tne testimony or John , in , i, Hn,. . ni,,... ,.r i.
MADE A WILL
Probe of the Books Dcter
.minetl Him to Destroy
shoUs that with the exception Of tit'
tlmo that Harrotd was In nrmy serv
ice during tho war, two names had
been carried on the city payroll
all Die tlmo ns laborers for the rtt.
and occasionally that two other
t'rnln ):icntor It Uurmt. I nl.irirt' I :nl, I rl'i o Minw. I.hiMixU In (otiu-ntliiii Hull.
PpM-lnl to Tli World. Sp. lnl .. vh World. ..rul lo Tlln Wortd
OKi:.MAII, Dec 2S. Klro de- KMIi Do,-, ifl. New sIioph are KNlll, Dec. 28. Mayor Hyim and
rtroyed the Okemah drain company' '""I'm WhihipiI by Hit- Frisco ntid c'ominlM'livncr Htucker were In
-I . . -., .-.. ......rt... till.,, fl.,il..l ti 111 ..! I.Ih u.npl fn h
riuvnmr Hire c ruiay nigiii, eniuiiuiK ,',',"' '" " " Wlehlta this uenlt lo Itmtiwt
,..,.1 ... ii ...ut. 'ill leo! ftflv lllpll Mn.li nf Mm, 1 ",n " " "' ,"r1l
names were added, thus liirmmlim lnlim(' $ig,6oi Insurance!-' The tite-' l"-l ,1""' Ui Springfield st pies-1 flor ' the rortim there, with a
the pndde.l rolls by four. The two i . ,,,,, ,,r it. v. nt III be hroilght to the shop here. I view of i hiintliiK th- orlclnal floor
the padded rolls by four. The tjWn j
uati been carrien ror u pernio in
almost flvo years, the same names
being used all tile way through.
Hart old was of high character, well
respected nnd bore nn excellent reputation.
Stclil to' The World.
I'ONCA CITY. Dec. 26. CJydo 11.
Harrotd. loci I dty clerk nnd attor
ney, who committed suicide, ton
days ago by shooting himself
thiotlgh thn temple, wroto a will,
the lilRht before he took ti s lite,
and thereby left the. bulk of his
estate lo his fiance: Miss Cora Kllen
.Ionian of th's city, to whom he as
wum to hnvc been married loss Mon
day. Miss Jordan Is private sten
ographer and secretary to H. W.
Marland, bend of the Marland Oil
company, with which Harrow was
also associated until about a year
ago, in the legal department.
The will bequeathed to tho de
ceased's father. J. It. Harrotd ,of
Tulsa, 12,000 In addition to pay
ment of ony notes held hy him;
$1,000 to his sster, Mrs. Oulo I,.
Kuntz, and the balance to Miss Jor
dan. The estate consists of Mar
land and Kay County Clas company
stock; rea estate, building am tonii
slock, and ptAsonal property, valued
at $8,000 and $IS,O0o life Insurance)
Harrold's total alleged defalca
IIoiih from the city amount to be
tween $l!!l00l nnd $18,000, accord
ing to city nutliorl les, who are con
tinuing nn Inspection of the books,
Approximately .$6,000 covered by his
ENJOYED A HALF HOLIDAY
bond, occurred' during the present
FoMofflcc I'tuploM1 Hud 'Their
flir'stnms Mndii.v .Mtcnumn.
Tho employes of the Ifhnl post
offlee bad the pleasure of spending
a bnlf holiday, Monday afternoon,
their Christmas holiday, with
knowledge that It is morn blessed
to give than torocclve.
All day Holiday, out In lbs cold,
they were delivering wagon ton I
after wagon load "f parcel po'
Packages. In an efror to clean tile
bulk of tho Chrlstm.is bus ness. An
extra force was at work helping In
the clennup nnd by'iilghtfall, every
package was In lh homo for which
It wbh Intended.
Monday morning n small force of
men nnd a few wngons were nut
making the belated deliveries that
catno In during the night and the
early morning, but no deliveries
were made In the afternoon.
Postmaster J. M. Criitchfleld nnd
h's nsslstant II. It. Johnson, are be
ing congratulated by their manv
friends and .btfsliiess nssoclates on
the prompt and efficient manner In
which the large amount of mall was
Handled. Thousands of tboxe who
receive.! the packages, nnd ex-
Oticituili mi Airline Troll.
flcl..l n II'.. Unrlil.
OK I'M Alt. Dec. !. Okemah l
lo bo on the new "alrllno traU" be
iw'i'i DKlahoma City and Fort
Hi Kmlth. This Is n new highway bMng
ten he Automoblln Asso
xntor wss tho property of H. V. m lie nhl to the .hop here, view of i Imng'ng til- original floor'1"""" If1 ? 1, 'l"i !
"lblc- 1 ,T :,-,, T 'specifications 'for lbs ooiivWntlon wh's't'Ikeiiinl'i ehiiiiiber of conitiier
. .!..! On. 'hil.es a HU... no Hint livestock could l' 7, J,,ar , Uo..! VaSO i.. tho fSn.l Jo
. No Is.ngcr Walks In Sand. p7..i t. r. W-A.I sl.owi, In the hull However. ' "r,"t 7 o and gut "n "n
AlrUH-Neverngnlnwill Altus I..! ... " L". ,.I?S'k. ' ! 11" .!?'.. .W".' m -s or it ro d B
l.... ,, ,,... l , ,'ri"""r in,' iiro-f in imiiiiiivik m , mirim won no OIH 11"-.
" V"' V'"n "'fine on. wilt up to $!10 per ton. slrn to turn the bnutlfiil 1ml) Into
WKiaoonin, i uie project now whleh prion wAM puid hei- In s dnai a livestock pavilion. v I For Colds, drip or Infliicnm
l'i VlnaU Til l,0 ' il f fH "r?,l'ivolvlinr two or three thousand ' v nd arf a Preventive, take, fixatlvs
through. nits plan culls for BO tons, quotation o slab lne are Pnlronlmi home talent; Woman's HttOMO Qi'ININF. Tablets. The
blocks or paxiiig. It is expected i tlml intifli as to warrant belief thnt tho, Art Uxchange, in West 4th, reason i genuine bears tho signature of K
the lnylng of the paving will begin 'price will r.o still 'ilhr after Ihelnble. seasoimhle girt Advertise. ' w. drove, (He sure you gt
Marcii l. biilldays. ineiit. MllOMO.) 30c. --Advertisement.
civ administration or about two 1 claimed over the happy surprises
all night and dny us wen as miung
i All dny Christmas to iimkn their
I holldny complete
j their packages.
. ItoBcri A.
Funeral Direct or.
' T'hnnp OssCe
0'jl ri. a deputy sherllf from Fort i . . i . ,', . ,.. years. The condition of affairs nnn,n i,.i,w i novnr irnvo u croud
- l.l ...I. . , I n'M'l ,l tliwn. v ,,,1-r, UCVUUnU III Vir 19 l ' r. , , tut , . - . .
Miiuii v"i ,invj,-u i.uca.i ui, iiuuic (ilenty of good rock near, ns the best u,lv' "" wnen my mucous , thought to the men tnai nan lannrcu
-nsnuu "in isnuiiiuu. nf imnil ran l.n nhtn tio.l vnrv ,i..r.i- , "ororrt mat llio payroll iiiiiu irom
Ily agrconient of counsel n sever-1 tho city, and labor conditions arol"1" alrcct and nllcy fund, hail been
snce was taken In tho casa and Iucas excellent Ilelng situated on tho "added, llarrnld was asked about
(iced trial alone. The testimony main freight line of tho Santa Fc these nddltlonnl min on tho pay
of Mrs. Muybello McDUnaJd. wife of will b a creat heln when It comes to roll and answered that, he would
one of tho men "charged with the shipping other necessary cnmmodl. Io" .' matter up. Tho next
theft was sensational and at the 'ties Into the city. The property I morning he snot nimseir.
rbil in tha district court It Is be-1 ownc -s will have n chance to vote on investigation 01 inn rnv hook
Hired much mora cvldenro will be this project within a few weeks- If nniinniBBBBnnni
the plan lx ndoiited work will begin
Mrs. .Mayocile .McDonald, claim
ing that her home Is Wlchltu,
,'an., in her testimony stated that
he Sid hitc car was Btolen by
as early In tho spring as possible.
Indian Is Prltclnncr.
Sn.clat lo Th World. i'
lirr huband. Frank McDonald, Uob FAIRFAX, Deo. 20. Uvcs Tall,
lurown and Frank Stanford, son ofidilcf, a fullblood Osago Indian, took
prominent Okemah citizen, Hhe
it.ititled that the men. Lucas. Ilrown
hnd McDonald were In the car steal
ing business. Khe named three men
several ribbons nt-the stato poultry
fhow held at Ardmoro recently. His
White Hocks took first pon. first 1
hen and thlrt rock. Ills chickens
DDES THE WORK
bom whom they had stolen tars. will be exhibited at, tho. Kansas i
that she knew of, tho Whlto car, poultry show early Itr January.
L'bde C'onnally enr at Scranton.l x i
lrk ., and ono from Henry Davis at I A Japanese test tor tatigue con-,
Fort Smith. Ark. She told of insists of dropping metal disks Into'
de to Castlo from hero with "Red" I slots cut -at different angles In the1
Union!, her htuband ami herself. 1 'op of a box, thu length of time rc-
in wlilc.li Stanford hd said "wlint i ciulred to do the task inaicatins now
l fool he had been to wear thnt I tired a person Is.
nd striped sweater when he heloed i
Imh White's car dow tho street."
trs. .McDonald told or McDonald re
thlng $75, their part of tho pro-
'fds of Die sale of White's car.
he money coming from Lucas)
lirough Attorney J. Hugh Nolen of
Jkfmali. She claimed sho and her.
usband were In Nolen's office walt-
jf for the money tho day" It came.
The money from Lucas, she said.
une through the Okemah National
It Is believed by the nrosecutlne
Attorney's office that much . more
osatlonal .astlmony will be brought
nit at the trial and thnt probably
w4 arrests will bo made of mem
'n of thcar stealing gang.
Alter thrt trial Friday a warrant
iu iworn to against Frank Stan
ord of this place, charging him
Mth the theft of tho Whlto car nnd
f' was Immediately arrested and
llated under n $2,000 appenraneo
ond. The other men charced. by
hf rtato with stenllnir the car haw
hot been apprehended.
A warrant Is held by the slierltf s
dice here from Scranton. Ark.,
harping Lucas with the robbery ol
he Clyde Connally store of that
lace and for the theft of Connally's
r. In case Lucas should mako
ond here ho will be taken to
eranton to face the charge there.
Tulsa Flower Shop
Special Sale pn Christmas Stock of -Cherries,
Peppers and Poinsettia Plants
Tula's newsies. 47'i l.l all. were
ntcrtalned at the Orphum matl-
'f Jlondav afternoon !o se Toto.
s clown. Seventy-five" children
rem tho detention home wero alro
Wrf. comnllmpntaiv. mi the nart of
Texas Farmer Peels Like
New Man 'Since Health
"TanlsM. beats anything I over
have known or heard of In tho way
of medicine, and my experience
with It shows that it is in a class by
Itsolf," said C. 13. Williams, well-to-do
farmer of Cedar Hill, Texas,
R. F. D. 2.
"For a long 'wllllo I had to
live entirely on rlco and. oatmeal,
and I couldn't even drink mjlk with
out trbuble afterwards. I was both
ered a goad deal with mucous and i
phlegm In my" throat, and my head
itched,' almost continuously. I was
fulling off In weight every day and '
going down hill In a hurry. 1
"There began to be a turn for the
better boon after I began taking
iTanlac. Llttlo by llttlo I IncrenHcd
my diet until I now eat anything
meats, vegetables and pies. 1 hnv-a
gotten rid of tho old mucous and
phlegm nnd feel HUj a new man,
Tanlao certainly does the work "
Tanlac Is sold In Tulsa by tho
Quaker Drtig company and by lead
Ing druggists everywhere. Adver
tisement, t 1
j CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS FOR THE BOYS
W Wo imvo Imported 100 t.cl of lino drawing Instruments for
ttlio holiday trade which belt regularly for $11.00 ami $20.00,
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFIJU $7.00 AND $12.00. JP
JW Special offer for two weeks on Imperial Tracing Clolli
SS 15 l'Klt CKNT OFF LIST ' . JO.
j TRIANGLE BLUE. PRINT & SUPPLY CO. f
123 H. Third I'HONK OS AO I ' OOSK Tulsa. Okio. M
Grocery and Market
Northeast Corner Second and Boulder
GOOD FOOD NEWS
Account of first of tiio year Inventory, wo will sell the balance of
llio week some exceptional alues In tlip bout rood pnxiucxs.
".oo oitDicits dfi.ivi:ri:d frki- i,i:ss amounts for iso
I'HONi: CKDAR 174:t CEDAR 2831
Notice to Our Patrons
in District No. 3
Your Electric Bills are due and must be paid
on or before the ,27th or service will be dis-
District No. 3 comprises all territory east of
the center of Main street and north of the
center of Third street.
Public Service Company
,7 East Fourth Street Kennedy Iildg.
W.e Close Saturday at 1 P. M.
The Rest Tall
J lbs. Hand-picked
' lbs. C. &H.
'lb, pall Premium
" lbs. beat
"d Rice , . . . .
fee cans Sliced
pnat)plo . .
'fee cans Broken
Klctd Pineapple ......
K Jar Pure Apple
"Hy, regular prko, 56c.
mil veek ,
Jtorl Jar Fancy Queen
J0, 1 slm
Cojir. and SEE If you cannot lslt iw, Pliom Cedar 171.1 or
Cedar S85I. ,
Northeast Corner Second and Boulder
100 Pure Pork
Sausage, per lb, . .
Shoulder Steak, cut from "1 On
quality, becfper lb. , . . . xO t
l.urgo cans Hominy,
Mrgn hiis Pumpkin,
3 lbs. Inige, flno
24 lbs, Red Sttir
4S bs. Red Star
!sO. z t cans i
(lood Chocolate Candy
per lb -j
1 pkg. Temple
llacon . -
Eggs . . . .
Uj i ;nii,iiiMniiiiniiiniHiii iiiinniuiimiiii ;iiui"J j
& ,s. ss -r l HW fl
BlIllillljlllH TON fliot vcepiinj, norvoas
w mm women nntl Kirls. Will Btcudy
tbo liuiul ntnl cot tlio ncrvi'B
back to normul. Ab.solulely
Aek Your Dealer
j J In purcliosint; ytir medluines,
- - - - r. - , - rt . . , vvv.v
look for this shield on lubol.
Van Vlet-Manifield Drug Co.
South' Lararst UVjojo Druoolltt
m it., mwm
BEGINS THIS MORNING
Beginning this morning we inaugurate our Semi-Annual Clearance Sale, offering
smart, seasonable apparel at unusually low prices. This is the sale the women of
Tulsa have been waiting for and we have made every effort to pleaso in the va
riety and quality of merchandise' offered. You will find the price to be extremely
low for apparel of the Domorest standard.
Our entire stock of Suits has been di
vided into two groups for this sale.
Wonderful suits and at-priccs that arc
equally as wonderful. There are just
two lots, priced as follows:
Values, to $69.50
Valucs to $150.00
Dresses for morning, afternoon and
evening wear have been divided into
three groups for this sale. Dresses that
are correct in style and of tho very best
materials. You'll marvel at tho prices.
LOT ONE 7q
Values to $29.50 . . . I J
LOT TWO (MO 1
Values to $59.50i . . 4 1 J
All other winlcrtlresses priced
COATS HALF-PRIC E
This is the season whim every woman needs a warm wrap. In this Semi
AnmiaJ Clearance of Coats you will find just the style you want and the size
you wear. This is indeed an unusual sale and if you have postponed buying
a coat it is a rare opportunity to save.
This sale-offers every woman an op
portunity to buy all of the pretty
blouses she needs at a price that is un
usually low. All styles, all colors are
priced during this sale at
lA Price ,
Our entire line of. fall arid winter mil
linery is included in this sale. Our
stock is extensive enough that you will
find selection unusually easy. Every
fall and winter hat is priced -
. Mrs. Smith's Children's- Shop
OFFERING ALL WINTER COATS AND HATS HALF PRICE
20. DISCOUNT ON REMAINDER OF STOCK
Semi-Annual Sale of Furs
All furs are' included in this sfilo at 25' discount. The richness and beauty of
these wonderful peltries are seldom equaled. Heautiful coats and wraps, capes,.
pnainau. scarfs and chokers are all reduced 25fi. ' v
Mr. I. Oberlander in charge
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