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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1922 '
NEWS BRIEFS FROM FIVE STATES
Laughs That Make You Live Longer
and l member nf I'l Kappa Delta, na
tional debate fraternity. He la aaanetate
editor of the Hunflower, the achool an
nual. OTTAWA. Kan . Nov. 1 Capt Maurlne
Morvan. eoaet artillery oorpa, atatloned at
l'ortreaa Monroe, Va . is an InatfUrtor. eon
of Thomae V Muritan, formerly a newe
peper puhltiher here, end a few yeere rko
warden of the United Htatee panttenllary
at heHvenworth, hae erorfd with the pub
lication aa a war department pamphlet of
a Ireatlae of which tie waa one of the
MUTT AND JEFF- Jeff's Brain Ain't DormantIt's Dead.
BY BUD FISHER
rOTEAr. Nov. --1 homes Ilsron. sec
retary of the Oklahoma PrtiKKlet esnet
atlon end Mr. lloach, of Oklahoma rity,
pent part of lost week In Poteau ml
l.e Plere county oriarilrlnc the ilruKKlvt
of tli County for leylateltve protection
nd to brtntr them Into eloeer co operation
A nnunty oritanir-atlon wee tierfacteil In
which nil the five dfiiit companlea of
or.AltFiMi-HK Nut. U O. K I"o-ler
Jt- tfnnt n to Installing creamery In Clare
titore. The town has neefloii flurh fin lm
irnvcnient for torn time sml the rarmere
of thin TlMnlty view with conehierahle
eetlaraetlon tha naily market thla cream
ery will uiiply for their dairy products.
The rout ' Hi haw creamery will t con
siderably more then ft, 000,
C.m:lr.t. Nov. .--Teacher from nil
the ileiiainoenle "f ill tie city schools
hearil Mau lc Mill, tirlnrtpul f the high
aehoel fMd nn esrellc-nt paper on "Teh
r.thlea of Teaching" In whloli he empha
alien Ida relation that teachers, alinlente,
Irfianla of education, communities anil ah
durational orfanlietlone should aualaln
to ttia profession of teaching.
MIAMI, Nov J Thirty-one aliased
'orapehnolera" were arfatfil near I'Uhi
ml within : houre all hail eaoaped. With
the eireptfon of eevan the ausperti med
their escapi. at l'lcher whan a "inch" of
1 heir frlenila aurroundit the officer while
lie wa walttnx tor Ilia city Jail to l
tipanail. The eevn ma.le their escape at
nlKht when they itmovered a broken lock
en the prlaon do jr. Warrants for the re
arrest of a. larva iiumliar of tha prlaonara
were In the hands uf offlcera toilay anil
eevaral hail been taken Into custody. Homo
of them will face two charree. Jail break
ing belnc ailde.1 to the offense allseed
atalnst aeven of tha former prisoners
AltnHnttK. Nov 9 -Veterana of the
flpanlah-Arc.erle an war who reeblo In thla
I'tly have oreanlxed Ardinor Camp Nn 3,
with JO charter mulnbera on Ha meter The
name of the ramp la temporarily ao. anil
will at a later ilnte be (hanged to com
ply with tha cuatom of narnlnx ear h ramp
after eome 1 lal I njt u la h r.l aoMler of tha
Hpanleh-Ani-rlran war All veterana who
reeld In ' inter county are elimtile for
membership In the local organisation. Of
flcera of the camp Include W. Al llutrh
fnaon, oommamler, O. H. Hmlth, vice ramp
oommanderi John Orlffla. Junior vice cum
manileri II. I. MeCiilliitn, quartermaster;
O. A. Bhiimate, officer of tha ilay, anil It.
A, Howard, officer of the guanl.
rAWHUSKA, Nov. . Mra .leele A
rollack, of the Oklahoma A. A M. college
waa here Monday and conducted a claaa
In aawlnit for the women nf the oily
under the aupervlalon of Mra. Olnevra
I.ohman, county home demonatratnr. Thli
work la part of tho home ilemonitratlnn
work put out by the ettrnalon department
of the college at Ktlllwater.
CI.AHEMOIIK, Nov. S9. The Itnirers
rounty tioultry ahow held here attracted
ilally cruwite There were more than two
hundred exhibits on display. William C
Tallan of lMinond wna lh Judtie.
DimANT, Nov. J9.- llev. J O Miller
preached a eprclal aertnon to Alaenne here
Hominy on the auhjert, "1'uundatlona and
"l'rlnclplee of Alaeonry " The Maaona met
iit their hall and went In a limly to the
VONCA C1TV. Nov. 11 Willi 1M H.
Vaughl of Oklahoma city, the Inter
!iu,ttnual president end Itueeell Ilrown of
Arilmore, the district preeldent. on hand
ti ild the sperch making, etui with 15. W.
.Marland, the local president, mi tho Job
ae toiietmaster, tho local l.lone tlub came
officially Into etlslence lonlght. There
were l.lona nrreenl from Oklwhom t'lty,
Wichita. l'ttwhuska, 'lulea. Tnnknwa,
llleckwell, Hnld and other towne In thle
rcctlon of America to eee that the Job
waa well dona and In addition, the locel
i-luh had He gueete tho members of the
notary club nnd the eo dlrcrtnrs of the
chamber of commerce end their ladtra.
OKMULT.I'.I, Nov. :9. The member of
.the Okniulgeo llctn.ll Morchanla aseocl
ntlon have voted to close their atorea nil
day Thursday. Thnnksglvlng day. At the
rcKiiler meeting, tho member were enter
tained by Dr. A. t' l'rampton, city aanl
tary Inspector nnd cliemlat, who told the
association of the work of hie department
end of the plana for u day nursery, whli h
will be of much iiseletunce to mothere who
have to work In tho day time. A. local
'man haa donated a lot for the cite end
It Is thought that a house may be moved
on It aa the necessity of the nursery de
mands Immediate nctlnu.
AltDMOUK, Nov. 20 8lty etudenta at
the Aruniore junior high ecnqiu ii, "r
KHnlet! the Junl-r high hoy-' civic Ik"
Tho orgenltHllon funi tlona on tho plan of
a municipal government. Officers ere
elected nt the beginning, nf the first and
eerond scmcslers, end et the rloeo nf the
school term tho officials urn choaen from
among the seventh and eighth grade puplln
who will make up the league the nest
ear. Sponsor of the league la Prof. .1. 11.
Monlent. Instructor In methematlca nt tha
Junior high school. Prevent offlcera are
S. M. Dickson, lnnynri Douglas llurrls,
treasurer; tlrrnld Lowe, clerk, and I,ee
Davis, Oree llrady, Tweed Jolly, Jack
1'ugh, Paul Johnson and Jimmy I.ewla,
PAWIU'HKA. Nov S9. Jock Ttuble.
salesman, left 1'awhuskn Monday for
French I.lck. Ind., whei he will be mar
ried Saturday, December S. to Miss
lllenrhn llledaoe of thot place. Mrs. A. r..
ltuble accompanied her eon to Indiana,
POTEAU, Nov. ! D, I). Lackey elate
chairman of the Walton Inaugural barbe.
cue program ha appointed Judge D. A
Hhaw of Poteau aa chairman of the I.e
l'loro county dlvlelon. which la to bs held
In Oklahoma City on January S. ar.
loads of beeves and wood will be nl
from L Flore county
rOTEAU, Nov. 55 -Fourteen women
ar employed In 1h Poteau Oarmenl com
pany rlnt which recently tiegun oper
ation. Men'a cotton ahlrte and women
cotton house dresses and aprons ere be.
Ing made. About fifteen doxen piece are
turned out each day.
ni.YTHKVIL.Ln, Ark., Nov. J9 In the
third eerloue cotton fire of the season, a
etorage house belonging to 8. 8. Btern
ini,i at Konlurky avenue, woe
burned with a loss on the cotton alone of
11.000. The gin and other buildings nesr
hy were eaved. The loee I covered by
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uog, eu year .,.,,,...
swallowing carbollo acid while a public,
ale of hie property was In progress at
brooded Is assigned as the cause of the
reault of the general clean-up of Illicit
rtletll Ing ana uooiieggiim
following tho hilling of Jeff Howell last
week. 1 men charged with manufactur
over to the fdoral rrand Jurr In tb
FAYnTTBVII-LK, Ark.. Nov. A
Uf of Birrlculture of the Unlveraky of
Arkansas ncro ihcoiiiu-i -., vv-.-....
to announcement Juat made by Dean
Bradford Knapp. Courses In dairying,
poultry raising, stock Judging and other
phases of animal husbandly will be. of
fered by the college. Speakers of national
note wm oe in niveiiuMin v.
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run. n.iiiii, i.. -----
ponement of the sale of tho ,PrPM of
the Arkansa. Anthracite Coal and Land
company from November !, until March
SS, 1933. wa. granted by Judge r"".;
Youmans of the Unlteil Htatea district
.... ih..,nn.m.nl waa made
court .iipniiB. . - .
on application of Dally A Woods, attorney
' . . a.. Hi... )i ea rnmtlinV.
a aT .i- -.nt v, M..l unnrrl in If 111 tllfl
tirfi rtr bv lleher Dennian. maetor
rtcelver. who win readyertUe the P7
It will take r.Uc at ClerkarlUt, Jahnion
... . . ......I, Sfarfh 93. 1131.
county, ii J 1 ,u " . --
Creditor repreeented In th petition are
Wllllsms-Ecfiol Dry Oood !0'"yi;
J. Echol & Co.. Merchant National bank
ana Bpeer Hardware compu.
FOKT SMITH Ark.. Not. 29. Charles
Monday to take back to Depew. llJ"
lwson, wno was rii.w
Lawaon, 19-ycacold youth was arrested
wnen ne aueiupicu m
Ford car at a reduced price. He 1 1
m . . a .... V e Vlok lnl t II A
ar from i-nanca i-uri v mt-iuwv
EMPORIA. Kan., Nov. S9 Harold
Ilrown, of Clifton. Junior In the Kansas
state normal achool here, ha been elected
piesldent f the Mthemattce club. The
i lub le composed of stutcnta and faculty
' mil a e- the K'vsse n vet u o
I ir d n i ether t i-. It 1 ruwn
itHtieiittui Uj.:toil Lb debate, Uit jeJ
BMI'OltlA, Kan. Nuv. 1 A heavy
tun nf Teta cattle to tie wintered In the
peaturra near here la beginning to arrive
An ehundanro of water, pratrle trraae and
forage hae cnrnurageil cattlemen to atock
roNCOItDIA, Ken. Nov. S. All locel
ooat dealere aave one have reduced the
prli e of aouth Kanaaa mined coal $1 a ton
to conform to recent redurtlnna made at
the cual field.
MANHATTAN. Kan.. Nov. !J. The mu
nicipal ewtrnmtriif pool InoettHl In the elty
park la praotlcally completed and will te
dedicated by the young and old of the
vicinity with a aketlng perty ei aoon aa
the weather la desirable (or ench outdoor
I'MITON. Kan.. Nov. :J.- The rilfton
Ited rrnee branch haa disbanded and will
not conduct the nation-wide annual roll
call. The brench on disbanding had In
the treeaury ISM 92.
OTTAWA, Kan., Nov. 19 R. If, Murphy,
national director, I,eevenworth, and J, A.
Walker, Kmporla, state deputy, will visit
the Ottawa Woodman lodge nett Tueadey
night. A special reception te being
planned for them bv Woodmen, ltoyat
Neighbors and their famllUs.
MAflOVILf.K, Nov. :) Mrs, Hunan
Mooney of thla place, who la more than
00 yanra old, fell end fractured her hip
laat week In eurh a manner that lte knit
ting together la very doubtful.
VKAIJINd. Ken.. Nov 19 A fire de.
partment la being organised here, A chief
will receive a ealary of 15 a month and
volunteer fire tlghtere will receive 71
cente en hour when on fire celle. The
council eleo will eetehlteh a fire gone
where wooden hulldlnga cannot be erected.
RPllINOFIEl.I), Mo. Nov. St. J. U.
Montgomery, reputed to be one of Hprtnf
fild'e wealthiest cltlsene, died suddenly et
hie home following an attack of heart
IIUWAI.O, Mo.. Nov. 19. l'hll A. Ilsn.
nett of thle city, mt-mber of th atate
eeuete end defeated candidate for eon
grrae, has been named chairmen of the
legislative committee, appointed by aov.
A M Hyde
WINONA, Mo, Nov. J9 - Tile first com
munlly fair held here during the pan
week, was a derided success, according to
offlclela of the aeaoctattou.
BPIlINOFinLI), Mo., Nov. 19 -Announcement
haa been mad by Harold
Lincoln, prosecuting attorney-elect that
ho will name (lehe O. Dlemer and C. H.
Mklniicr, Jr.. aaalelants In hla office.
Hl'llINnFini.D. ln., Nov. 29 The
Frisco s)stem will restore Memphis and
Ulrmlnghem coal tralna .Sua. 921 and 922
Humtny, according to nn announcement
made nt the local generel offices of the
SrilINOFlELD. ,lo, Nov. 59. A build
ing petmlt fur the erection nf the North
Side Presbyterian church hna been Isaued
by IlultdliiK Inspector Mackey. J)r. Clyde
M. lllll, preatdeut of Springfield mate
Tcnrhere' college, hae been named preal
ilerit of the Stnte Teuchcra' association.
PAIUS, Tesos, Nov. 29,-The lntest gla
iters' report for Lamar county shows that
there have been a total of i7.09i balee of
cotton ginned In the cuunty up to and In
eluding Novembrr II. There la still eome
cotton In the fields and a conservative!
eetlmato placee the total number of bale
produced In the county for the eeason at
(O.OUO. This ilora not Includo bulllea, of
which there have been aeveral hundred
bnlea marketed. The price wilt average
around 21 cents, and cotton seed lies
brought an average price at MO per ton.
These good price have mado collection
i.lir man for mo past three yearo.
AUSTIN! Teaas. Nov. 29. Appeal In the
rase of Nathan Lee. found guilty of the
murder of Jiuurs Hpurgeun by the Ilrasorla
county iiiatrict court ana aentenced to
death, waa filed In the court ut criminal
appeals tuday. The killing le alleged to
have occurred on September 7. thts ysar.
WEATHEHFOUD. Tesea. Nov. 59. -The
entire household furnishings belonging to
Will Holbrock, together with the dwelling
occupied ny mm, were totajiy destroyed
by fire of undetermined origin here early
Saturday night. A small umount of In
aurance waa carried,
WEATHHIIFOUD. Toiao. Nov. 19.
Weatherford collego and the publlo echoola
or tuts city win observe, 'i nanksgiving,
School will be suspended nn Wednesday
afternoon and wurk will not be rraumed
until .Monday of the following week.
TYLClt. Tesaa. Nov. 11 Jim Cos.
negro, confeaaed to ranger that he mur
dered his wit w tn un ex ana then
burned her body eight weeks ego near
Winona, thl county, according to officers.
POHT WOltTH, Texas, Nov, 29. Cattle
from el Teaae counties muat be ehlpped
to Fort Worth, dipped and Inapected be
fore a permit for Interstate ehlpment will
be Issued, according to ruling made here
by the United States bureau of animal
Industry officials. The order Is due to
the finding of " light infection In the
counties In question.
AUSTIN. Teias. Nov. 19. A detach
ment of rangera sent to Ilreckenrtdge
about two weeke ago to protect Meslcan
and nrgro residents ha been ordered to
return ta Austin, It was announced. The
offlcera went to llreckenrldge following
cumplulnt by the Mexican government,
thtough the etate department at Wash
ington that its national were tn danger.
The situation at llreckenrldge Is quiet.
it was said nere.
KILLED BROTHER; DYING
rrlsoncr Atloiiipls Kulclilo After Ho
lit Arrretttxl lor l-'miitricltle.
II y International News b'ervlc.
SHKUMAN. Texas, Nov. 23. Lit
tle, hopo ia hold out by nttondinp:
phyialclana toilay for tlio rccovory ot
John Wuilo, on trim lioro cnargod
with tha murtlor of his brother. Joe
W'aJo, who Momlay afternoon cut
his throat In hla coll with a tobacco
Tho trial win hutted pendliic tho
outcome of Waile's Injuries. Ho was
ruahoil to & hospital out Is very weak
from loss of tunou.
Jon Wild o was killed laat August
5 on tho public- squlru at Mllleboro,
his urotner n indictment foiiowlnc.
John Wailo's wife was killed last
Jlny niiil two of Wade's brothers
were Indicted hut havo not wet hacn
brouirht to trial. At that tlma Jno.
for whoBo death John Is on trial, was
arrested out not indicted.
Booze Introducer Is
Caught After Truing
To Destroy Evidence
Special to The World.
KNIU, Nov. 29 Motor 1'ollce
man II, 1.. MrKee Is off duty
nursIiiB a. fractured rib, On duty,
lie wivf an automobile pick up
speed and hastened In pursuit.
W. J. Davis of chlckasha, driver
ot tho speeding car. also possessed
a Juk of whisky. When tho mo
torcycle tlrey alongside his car,
Davis attempted to spill the evi
dence against him and In tho
ritru&Kle hit McKee, fracturliiK a
rib. McKeo secured the evidence
and tho ownor. however, nnd took
them both to Jail. JIcKoe's placo
on the force has been temporarily
flWd until ills recovery,
1 A Bis wimmcr im a Pokert Grtwe Me oucb umtiij-' with VooR Big wca, AFTER. Uwa uC THs .ft QwiT fit
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Ft& piuWE itj OuS j n Costs
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CASEY THE COP-In Again-Out Again.
BARNEY GOOGLE Thanksgiving Day Is "Fast" Day for Sparky.
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THEM DAYS IS GONE FOREVER-Blow This on Your Bassoon.
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Due for a Mopping.
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