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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1922
750,000 SERVED BY
Demonstration Service in
to Great Degree
treated on 1,112 farm, It wai rc
Th6 report allowed thnt nt the end
I of the year there were 70 county i
farm agents, throo assistant county
. ngenls, 38 home demonstration
' iiRcnts. and II negro agents, 10 of
CHEATING U. S.
FUTURE FOR TWO
ROADS IS BRIGHT
MINERS ANNOUNCE PLANS ' V00;000 ,0.?, .".VA1 .f.V!""! WINS FORENSIC HONORS " a m;,i,er of tn fore,;ir .1,, suspect, following m. arrr?t.
And lie nntli. nilo Industry wni i ir.iti-i mtv Zeia lsl, m" ti honorary will !) rush"d to Wisconsin Ilaplds
viwuFu ui .'.ijj.uuu uu. i.,.i.. 1, . . 1 1 , agrii-uiun-ai mternit y Aipna xital.io miles s.mtheimt, whore he will
- iiiiiiiinii mp H 1 mi,-. IMIIII 1 nn.l nf t(i hnnni-arv nnh n BbUi, , k. K,r irnnKJ
FLYERS' BODIES NOT FOUND
Southwestern and M,
M. B. Brisk
, Klglit Months of lt(-cnroli Demoted
I to Sltiily (if Nnttnunlltntloii liy .Men,
I NKW YOKK, Dec. 30. National
Illation of the Hard mid soft inl" i ,,lllllor r l slurry T.f Itonialin (.1
t tit wie couniry. u pun oi inc i nneu
Oklahoma ' M''"' Workers nf Amerton. Indicates
would tonow lines (leiernuneu in
5leell to The World.
j IVUiny May BC Indicted for , T,1 I'loslng year was a prosperous
Acrc Yield of Staple Crops, Buying Up Stores at i JlX-uktt
Iiureased Through County
Agent 8 Work
, WASHINGTON, Dec. 30, Chargos
I thnt Junk dealers In a number of
hail conspired to cheat tho
.. ... Aaclateil l'rt' Stale Wire.
t.WATKll. Dec. 30. Homo' cities
,)tm, nitration work In teaching hct u cnimuiii in uuying war surplus
ler famiing methods conducted by supplies at auction sales will bo laid
tbc , tension department of Okla- j before Brand juries as hosts for tn
hu!lia. Agricultural and Mechanical i dlctments, It was learned at tho de
ctl;i , has reached more than partmcnt of Justice today. Tho
u'i'.'i Pit sons In tho state charges relate to puruhuse of differ-
sfc :.rwvhcoror!.reSrorJht . ot -m.. o,r
uuvr wio war unu boki piecemeal in
auction sales over the past twryeara.
The supplies uro usually offered to
western, which run from llrlstow
to Nuynka, In the heart of the
Creek and Oltniulgco oil fields, and
j the. . Miami Mineral Holt, which runs
from ljuapaw, Ottuwa county, to
,o('ii Uparttneiit. Tho report In
untied Mirveys of the work nccom
by Frances I.. JJrown, state
demonstration agent, and
-.'.clton, stato farm uijent.
t from county farm and
demonstration agents were
i ,7.od In the report, as well as
the special corps of experts
n nut of headquarters at tho
and tho officers of county
and girls' pig and cooking
uMic meeting" held in the
if the year attendance was
d to total XU7.0UU persons,
i meetings for men wero nt
l.y an climated 403,000, and
f.ir women by 40J.00U.
M' ' and women agents together
jcpi. i.il that they wrote a total of
14 onmai loners unu inaiieu
flllt 4'M. Ollll IIUIIUIIIIU liUU
lltrp "-, better farmliiB methods. Pel'
tho highest blddjr.
Irregularities in the buying of cop
per provides ono chapter of what
officials describe as "a scandal."
I-irge stocks of surplus copper have
been parcelled out In various salos
to a comparatively smull number of
Junk dealers. Copper thus offered
has been bought up quickly, but nt
far below a fair market price, ac
cording to Investigators.
Junk dealers in many instances. It
la alleged, havo conspired together
so as to remove the olement ot com
petition In auction and leave tovn
single dealer the option of buying
In materials at his own prlco. The
price so paid alKiwed the Junk deal
er to sell to manufacturers or re
finers ot an enormous profit.
Junk dealers, by so manipulating
ionai msiis on wie ii.ui uL iiujnv.- tne homing at sales havo deprived
j, i i-tratlon agents alone number the government of many millions of
, (U in the year, according to thulj0uars,
,,!', classified as follows- 2.S12
,11- .n adult persons, 5.788 calls ,,, (.0nii vi.'n
m. moors ot girls' clubs, and 2,340 , 5,1 'm "II,r' m'' tOMHIMil)
,iiiv and community far.n
i made 75,230 calls as listed,
(, 1 as follows: 13,001 to dem
i his, U.XIS to co-oporators,
s to othe faimer., 8,142 to
men unu m.ias to junior
niw m agents' offices and homes
wero rude In the course of the year
men and women seeking asslst
and advice; the report said.
Tho rrnort stated that agents of
the est' nslon department traveled a
nul of 777,001 miles in me-ycur uy
ntl, mi'tora, horses, ami atom.
Food preservation vaa poimoa oui
.is oiil- of the greatest results of the
-car's efforts. Members ot various
, uhs and other organizations pre
; .Splendid Wntcti-XIglit rnisriini
hcncnuicil at (.ciitcnary Uliurcli
Choirs of Centunary Methodist and
Hostou Avenue M K. churches will
combine for the Avaleh-nlght servi
ces which the Southern Methodist
churches ot the city will hold con-
Plcher and theneo to Baxter Springs,
in tho TrI-Stato lead and zinc dls- i
trlct. ' I
This Is what Hobert L. Hrooke. 1
superintendent of transportation
for both lines, said today. Mr
llrooke, whne office Is In Tulsa, Is
visiting relatives hero fof New
Hoth railroads are controlled liy
Thomas Ti. Slick of Clarion. Pa.. 'ho 1
has been very nctle In Oklahoma.
Kansas and Northern Uexas oil i
fields, and who really spends moro
tlmo in Oklahoma than ho does In
his home state. i
The heavy freight traffic over 1
the O. S. V. prompted officials of ,
that lino to Install r gasoline motor i
car late this summer and It now
mods nil Krlsco trains nt Urlstow
and runs three tlineH n day each
wny to Slick and one n day to
Ntijaka. Rventnallv, tho o. S. W.
tracks will be extendd on to Henry-
eita, UKintilKeo and Okemalt. 1
The flw steam locomotives are i
Used exclusively In hauling casing,
tunks and other material to and
from gasoline plants, refineries and
wells nlons the railroad.
The Miami Mineral llelt supplies
a tremendous volume ot lead and
zinc ore to both tho Frisco and Knty
at IJaxtec Springs and has played a
big part In the extension of tho lead
and zinc areas In Ottawa county.
With the development of coal lands
southward. It my be extended"in to
Vlnlla and Claremnre.
eight months research work of tho
national committee, according to ft
tnteuiHiil today orchrlst .1. Uolden.
president of IH.-trlct No. y, who
made the plan public.
Tho minors propose a federal In
terstate commission of nilnos, at the
bond of which will bo a secretary
of mines with a place In tho cabinet.
Tho administration work would ha
handled by a national mining coun
cil. The miners frankly admit tho pro
posal la made ns a defensive move,
to guard against a nationalization
plnn which would bo "favorable to
flolden placed a valuation on the
tint ion's soft coal mines between
T(u A liitoi-M nil., lalincd.
RAN ANTONIO, Texas, Dec. 30.
According to word rocelved at tho
Klghtli corps area headquarters from
Col. Alexander H. McNftb, com
mander of the Twonty-tlflh Infantry.
Nogales, Arlsf.., the rumored finding
of the bodies of Col. Francis Mar
shall and Lieut. Charles Webber, lost
aviator. Is unfounded.
Colonel MeNob flit officers to In
vestigate tho repVt brought Into
Tucson by nn Indian that the bodies
were In the charred wreck of their
plane, 70 miles away. The officers
wero unable to verify tho Indians
Marshall and Webber disappeared
en route from San Diego, Cnl., to
Arlrona on December 7.
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J.ClltlCtll OlS'rilOIUcr lllli .CW I Jllir-, ,h. lnnnl...v nnhlln mnitVln.r , I.. i,l...,t nn,1n h..v trnr,l
els at niilursllj of lllltmh Ifraternlty Delta Slsma. -
4iuv mutvi'- 1 1 r iivt'll nilllCU J J
his forenlo honom this year by Ken. i nn.lr, olicnr-OT ic rniui rn
neth Oborholuer, n Junior at tliV BOIVIB SUSPECT IS TRAILED
I'ulverslty of Illinois and who re- t .
turns to Cnampnign Tuesday to re
nter chol after tlin bolhlnvs
Obfirhnltier Is the son of M. til. Ober
holtrer, superintendent ot the city
It was In hi freshVnau year that
the Tulsa boy won first collegiate
hunorn In the varelty debate with
Chicago. As a member of the Phllo
innlhean eoclety ho continued his
work alonr tha.t Hue last year and
this winter waa on the varsity delist -luxe
loam that defeated Iowa Htato
Oberhidtier Is a student In the
agricultural ollege at the university.
Mini MKpcoted In Plot Aunliwt Cliap
mails In Wlmsiiislti Near ('upline.
MAHHHF1KLU, Wis, Dec. 30.--!ieluro
of the ninn nisiir-i ied b th
authorities , of having sent it lumiii
pnckMRo to the home nf ,l.iiie A
Chnptnan. Injuring cliiipm.-in -uni
kllltno; his wife, was snlj tn be n
matter of a few houi -, Tim ii-p-. I
Is a farmer
Chapman l said to have Incuired
this man's eninltv bo ,uim- of nw
activity in promoting the Wood
county draliuiKe canal pmjoct
Precautions were IicIiik Liken tn
nv-rt vlole-n e The aullu'i itlr slid
Monday Night, Jnn. 1
Burke & Krwin
1114 south llostnn
I'hc only flr.t class danco
place In TuNn. llc't of music
by llurkett Oiclieslra.
I'uyninslcr Hobbcd of 810.00(1.
CLEVELAND, Dec. 30. Tho pay- ,
muster of tho Ferry Cap & Set ,
Screw Co.. was held up and robbed '
of tho company's pay roll of 13,000 1
near tho plant Just after 9 o'clock !
inis morning liy nvo bandits,- wno
"scaped In an automobile.
iieniliers. More than 1 SO. 000 (Jointly Uunday evening In Centenary
rnurcii, nno ur. jonn a. nice, 01
Hostbn nvcnua church, will give tho j
address. Tho ' Centenary choir will!
furnish choruses and holoa by Mrs. !
W. L. lUackMirn, J. M. Peterson nnd
Mrs. C. It. Ollmoro. while quartet '
numbers will bo rendered by Miss ,
Nettle Hugglns. M. ttasklu, Edwin
C. Forsythe nnd Mrs. Gracla Uough- 1
Itt, of Boston Avenue church under
the direction of Mrs. K. E. Clulow.
Watch-night prognims nre also
.rved vegetables, fruits, meats and ! scheduled to? .the First Methodlat
,h alued nt $272,220. They pro-
ilicefl poultry valued at fbUi.Jtiu,
ihe report said.
That demonstrators working under
''in iliiectlon of county agents prac
tically doubled tho average per aero
id of various crops was n featuro
if the report. It was stated that ot
b5 farmers enrolled as corn demon--s:rators,
the 371 reportlns produced
,in average of 35 bushels to the acre,
jac'ly twice tho overage produc
'lon 297 cotton demonstrators who
f ported had an average yield of 67 S
imunds of seed cotton to tho acre,
:3 pounds above the stato average.
frveral thousand head 01 pure
Ired cattle, hogs und other animal
rn added to farm herds in the
Site in tho year through the agency
of representatives 01 me coueisv-,
Agents reported that through their
co-operation 821 tarm buildings
were erected in mo year, .u w
buildings imtiroved, 322 lighting ys-
i.,.nitni nnd 12.083 acres o
..nd drained. Land .terracing
ntroduccd and 29,050
church, Trinity Episcopal church.
Mission of Redeeming Love and Sal
vntlon Army citadel. Tho chorus
choir ot the First Baptist church,
directed by Walter Schoggen, will
r ng tho cantata, "The Manger
YOU'VE JtKAD A 7XT
"NIGHT LIFE IN
I1UT WHAT JM) YOO
OVVLU HIIKI'llKHIJ STLDIO OF
Jllon Shepherd teacheji beginiiecii o
, an e correctly In 4 lensonii. Strictly
V . te. (Icntl. 1 . 011 tausht to lead,
ltdji-s to follov
I'sn-Amrrlruu llullillns. riftli unci
Huulilrr; fnlar 4H50-K.
Wo will furnish all-night S;
service. Look for our
checker,, he will be there.
Leave your order for cabs
Phone Cedar 2600
I ijimmiii iid
J NO. 8 NORTH MAIN B Ss-x
I' TODAY ONLY ff Mr
j I A FJRST NATIONAL ATTRACTIW ;
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JESSE L. LASKV PftE5eM1 !
William Russell y&Q pS
JOHNNY HINES COMEDY i 9LuXy f
j "TOCHY'S HOLD-UP" - f S'' wSy M
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New 1 sNh- ! JaU Was the Safest k tfM
' . T EALOUS husband,, flirt- P 1
IN PERSON ! J ing flappers, bathinK , fcf . ' Jf Oft
I beauties they all lead Wally Y M'$ , Hi7rl 0W-W
'a merry chaso in this best of rl. -IfU'.r tefflmk VyWA
all his love comedies. Wantln Wityt Vl YrTyW
Hawlcy and Kalla Pasha in f ' ' V "'jj? "' '
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"I .-I - - XjT 4t tl (f
AND COMPANY, WITH .
S. Miller Kent
New One-Act Comedy In Two Sccnos by lJvlu Ilnrko
I WIS " 7M Si I
Brave Michelano nnd
"The Human Index"
Rudell and Dunigan
"A Wife's Awakening"
I'rcscnt a UiUquo Offcrliuj in Minstrelsy With
JONE. GORMAN ' BILLY GOLDEN
CHAS. UDELL CHAS. WHYTE
AND BILLY TATE
ricturtm nt 2, fl:30 nnd 10:.10 V. M. Vnmlcvilie nt S, 7:80 nnd
Spwlal Midnight Show Tonight nt 10:30
Sontu RvHcrTCd for Both 'lglt Shows Today and Toniorrovr
EXTRA SHOW TONIGHT
Starting at 10:45
soitm: ti.mk: ii:':io, 12 nr., s, .1:15, -i.-ao, sun, 7, 8:1s, Oiiin
Western Draiun In l'ivo Tarts
Story of the Northwest Woods
Main Street Theater
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