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10 11 R K V E Persons Hereabout We Hear About A Series of Character Songs Wor da b y G I. E V V C 0 V I) 0 M u $ ic by li E N I E W R I G II I No. (i II. K i Nmclair ii but will, i, hi In Dunn Miy with p AT ONE Of llm moai Influon- Boine i"iKs class ii 'i ulsa's in lu'Ki ritissn going to the trouble Brsdstreel htm we nan tool saf i) Hi. ii he ii (mi inhulilttintM .1 iihi to look hi iiiii, as ha mis in li i h office in walks down tin street wii i ,1 n iii classify htm in the nilllionslru division lie is i.irgf, physically, i iii s ii inn. round face, twinkling rye and loves a .1 1 1 nct t, r thiui all) other mnii with r v i i, mil mm ej in the 1 1 Harry Sinclair is vice-president of tin' biggest bank in I'kiuhnmn hihI Interested In more Oklahoma oil production than an) other Individual with the exception of Ins business associate, P .1 White Therefore li' must be "some pumpklna" ami a te pel lonal words about him out glde of hla business connection! would mi doubt prove Interesting to the reader nf the tl la) Wnrl. The fuel lhal he is i' I tally and es tenslvcly Interested in the oil busi ness can no doubt be attributed to tiir (act thai in- oomea from an oil town, haa wponl all of hla life in the nil country and hss absorbed enougv, i,r tin' "crude" to make htm ua "ai Hi" us any man In lb game, lie wis born in Wheeling, w n , not mi ii fin m, us a the case with must men of wealth but right m tiiun where they had eloclrlc llghta and atreet cara and canea mid high bulla and all the aorl of metropolitan ii,- has i in the oil bualneea In Kanaaa and Oklahoma Btnoe there was any I buatneaa In Kunsis and ( iklahoma mid aomotimea when thore .in it in enow thin li' haa the nor puaclea of sportology in his vcine it i ilghl be mentioned in passing timr he haa been the owner of h baseball franrhise an, I u pennant winning team He played baseball like ho bus the oil gami for all there waa in 11 anil m nil tlmea giving the oth" er fellow the equal ohanoe, lie look the Independence, Kanaaa, ball club and Connie Mucked It until ii took Hi. pennant, carry I he Then he lei Bl aack fin awhile Incnno 'r' gggggggggggggggggggfl gggggl .fk- i ' : ' i UCaxtfell Cabriolet Mi 1 1 Price of tbig beantiral 1915 Maxwell Cabriolet, including Full Equipment, Anti-Skid Tires oa rear, and 1 7 New Features He is married and mi the bantu of the Arkansas river, in Tulsa's mtt llonatre colony, he has one of okla In, ma's handaomeal homea. The sin clalr home is one of the ahow placet Of Hie i ItJ Keucntlj he w nl ever in in apite of the fact that the I there were engaged In a confli aurpaaaed in modern hlatory when he got back bono England, Iks over el mi- ory and he an nounced that the finances had been secured in ISngland for the laying of an eight-inch pipe line from the Oklahoma i,, irir Work mi that line .1 list deal In himself courae erfectly in Cuahlng field f J nl f of Mexb is now actively under how he managed to pull ISngland i ne in,,s and his ,amn r and they're nut giving away good Rei ret like that. He la interested In gulf. 1 bridge whlat, aoccer and all (ports except lawn tennis. He is jusi 11 years of aKi land apadee when ii cornea to vitality He liken n boxing match and In a liberal contributor to all uhurlluhli enterprises He never seeks a fight bul nevoi dodgea on,- when he is right and never quita once he la Involved. He likes I fellows, good fOOd, g I limes and knows how to onjo) them all. He gaya what he thinks on any and all occasions and when he Bay id anything he means it Was nevei known to t;o back on Ins word. He has been to Europe several t Inns way the bill of a -on a ticket ami probably ii the next time on his own is: hall manly looks and can hIic younger nun cardi KolllK yacht lie has been in Tulaa only two years but reels off I si dope like an old timer. Outside of which he Is Just a plain cold-hearted, mercenary banker ana oil man and mighty apt to give any one who runs up again si him In a business deal an absolutel) fair bnl thou, ugh trimming. $840 The Car Ideal For Lading For Doctor For Salesmen, etc When c lns"d, a perfect Coupe for Winter; when open.t popu lar roadster lhnt U fats'., smooth, and talent, and that holds the road at SO miles an hour. The handsomest, most com pletely equipped roadster In the world at less than $1.S00. Easily operated; economical of upkeep. With electric itarter and electric light $55 extra. ANDERSON AILO AGENCY 207-209 N. MAIN won eire to wdnisinr m IU1LSA CHURCHES Ml IHODIKT BOSTON AVENUE, BOUTH alornlng service at 11. Dr. Barton will pre. i, ii on "Christ mas". Musical Program. Prelude Intermeaso Maacagnl Anthem---"! lice Ear, O Bhepherd of Israel" Ifoung Offertor) Melody In P. . Kubensteln Solo "(, Holy Night" Adam Miss Boesche. Postludc Chorus from llleusl.... Wukhc EVENING. Prelude Prayer from Rlentl Waiitier Anthem "Lovely Appear" . .Gounod Offertory "O, Thou Sublime Bweel Evening Star" Wagner Solo "Not a Sparrow Pallet h". . .Abt Miss Kiihns. Poatludi - "M uch Pontificate". . , . plerkea John s. Dlerkea, ii;.inist and I 'holrma.-icr. iiKtvn . PIRBT CHURCH -Corner Fourth and Boulder. George P, Taubmen, minister, The aession of Tulaa'a great Sundai school In held at H:4.ri o'clock. The men over It years of net meet in Judge Williams' class at the Majestic theatre; all other class, meet In the church building. Every member of the church and school urged to at tend in order to help Tulsa heat Okla homa City. Mr. Taubman will preach on "The Significance of the Hirth of .Iimis" at 10:66. In this sermon the difference between the dogma of "The Immaculate Conception and the New Testament teaching of "The Mi raculous Conception" will he shown. Two christian Endeavor meetings at :io o'clock, 'teen-age folk meeting the Baraca room and seniors In Qlfta for night at soli); and Of self, members All are ' the leeture room. "Whltt tin King" will be given at i?::iu. This is a program of story, in, lutlitiK the Ing service and substance by th( I of the school inn! church, cordially Invited. Mid-week meeting , Wednesday night at 7:4.",. The church , that weloomea the stranger. HR1ST1 s ll I A. J. P0LIN U. S. Tire Distributor FOR TULSA -Eighth and Main Street. Also for sale by the following: New State Auto Co., Cadillac Co., Ford Garage, J. T. Foster Auto Co. Tulsa Motor Car Co. EIGHTH AND MAIN PHONE 5096 PIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST Bro kinan building, corner of Ninth and South Main. Sunday service at ii a, m Subject, "is the L'nlverae, I n i lini 1 1 1 k Man, Evolved by Atomic force?" Golden text. Hebrews 1:10 Sunday school for the children at !":30 u. in. Testimonial meetings ev ery Wedneaday at p m. This church maintains a free christian Scb ace reading room in the Central National Hank butldlnir, room 2 1 li open to the public every day SSCSpt Sundays and leiai holidaya, from 11 30 a. m. to 5 p. tn. Here the Bible and all author ized Christian Science literature may be read or purchased, If desired. All arc cordially Invited to attend the Services and Visit the reading loom. PR -r, 1 1 iti v UNITED CHtlRCH Corner North In i nne and i 'alneroti st i . el Sah j hath school hi a. m. Morning service 111 o'clock; evening service 7:3'l. Sub I Jcet of morning I'orinon, "Chrlstmss Thoughts, or God's i; Ineaa", : Preaching at both services by lr. J. H. Gibson of Kansas I'lly, Mo. BAPTI81 The Rev, K. M. Allison of Tulsa will preach at tlw First Baptist chunh of Wi -i Tulsa Sunday, December L'0. Vou ore cordially invited to attend this service, especially you who have heard this man criticised. His preach ing will bear the test. Come, A Member. Mi' 1 tssmitv r , . A i Santa Knows fPCI service . e , lock uh sermi ths pastor mi "l it H hn tmt or In I' the music Miss Hill will , I sMgue sen b ss at 6:4 Am Man Thlrtt" Im llir the 7 im sermon. io let US w,Mhi Th Inli nih il ,i tin .-. i Ilea 'is to the world's the I. nth of Christ. I'oullri Mum lostxl McAI.KhTtClt, ' 'Ma . i a II hii(i county poultry show idossd here t, 'ila.i The ext Pi ue i , ,,t a eathi r nf II ko ind tt T Mllli i of I'm am were of Wlni. i iroineloni ,,, ih, , iiTfli it rn I'JlU.L'IJ I' PAUL REVERE S i.ullit Mil Itll N lKMM'lTION Mill IM, IN I , c- , IS KPUI M. man me journey in New Vol k, Ki w Jersi i ., uniform method of pi , dure. Old a main market road system, and al around it is expi eti d lhal t lie motor lata villi add groatlj to tlieli road building ideas en routo In thi annu convention, one pari ol which will b in i oleo lo hiKliu ay lllillti - lit si on and vicinlt) Bupplj a grea quantity of places of historic Inter st: , mid i In- modern pr aentatloi 'i the revolutionary ride from t'hai Iimi,,ii In i ' i itihrliii.1 to , 'ill .'iii'il an i Lexington! will be sia 1 1. ,i bj j from the old North church. a i t he conclusion of ihe ' in,., a i tor It la ..int.. nrnluihl pain ,.t iranaconunentaiists win start for the Panama-Pacific exposition In San Prancisco, for several A. A. A officers have aignlfied their intention of making the cross-country trip nl this line There will not be any or- ganiaed tour, nor la it likely that all will start at the same time and fol low the same schedule. Dr H. M Itowe, president of the Automobile Club Of Maryland and first vice ,ni ! dent of the National association, Is II lnuite hkeii participant, while Lewi It, Hpeare, presiaem or tne i:,ss, ohusetts Stale association and n lor mer A, A. A. president, has In tils mind shlppliiH '" Ban Prandaeo und traveling eastward. Perhaps tin t i will touch fires at the point In Ni hraska, where Ihe Meridian road crosses the Lincoln highway. If such a schedule can be arranged me mee inn of thesi two tranacontlnental I travelers will be oelebratad by an automobile function of some kind, ar ranged by the Omaha Automobile club. PITT MAN OIL CO. 20 West Third Street Phone 3641 r sii;n. Host on that CONVICTS CN THE ROM ROM ( ITOOfilC, HOLT FAMILY Rev. .lobn O. Helrlnr. rector. Sunday services: 8 a. m., low mass ami stTinon; 10:3U n. ni., hlah niafis and sermon; 4 p. ni., after noon devotion. Instructions In Chris tlan doctrine with special invitation to those who desire Information con cerning Catholic chnnh teachings and benediction, with most blessed sacra ment, Week dny serviced: 7 a. m., m.'UB at new church; 8 a. m., mass at old church. I ills, itl l 1 1 KM M II I. Ii l BTM S8 HI i I I I l l 0 I I 11 1 1 Hi :. Tiie commlaaion to tense the road lama ,.i i ihlo. an no in ted b the laal I legislature, has under conoldtiratlon n e advisability of r amending to the ni xl session of that body that rmi Vlcts be employed upon the public roads. j The national committee on prisons ! ami prison labor and the graduate ihtiihw.iv department of Columbia nnl veraltj filed with this commission re ports as in the succeaa of convict toad Work In Iowa, New Jersey. West Vir Iginla and the western states. Prom th s.- ri'i'oi'ts the commissioners real ised the possibilities in this sort of labor both f, r the Ohio convlcta and Ohio roads, and the eha irmiin Of the commission, Senator Hudson, ami Missis. Smith. Sharrmk ami Bhorer, journeyed to New York for consulta tion fiith the committee, a conference was held, in which Profeaaor IM., in haul, din dor of tin graduate highway di'pa rtno'nt of Co lumbla university, took part. The road mi prison experts recommended a siate highway department, responsi ble for all the road work in tne state, requisition to ! made of thi hrls "ii ill pertinent for such convlcta as could with advantage he employee on tin' f ads The prison department. It was pointed out, should remain responsi ble for the pn per bouaing, feeding and other care of the prisoners. This system of cooperation between the t, ad ami prison departments is work ing most successfully In West Vi cuna, where Qovevnor Hatfield, aft . conference wRh the national commit-j ti e on prisons and prison labor, fath- j ered 'hi' legistStlon necessary for tills establishment. Th' ditto commissioners ere siitis- I fied with the results already obtained by tills system and will pmbahh rec ommend Its Installation In Ohio. BAKER ELECTRICS Just Arrived Two Car Loads of the Advanced 1915 Style Same as Shown at the New York and Chicago Automobile Exhibits. When a woman lias once driven the new light Baker Electric Coupe she will never go back to one of the big, heavy types of electrics, ll is so mneh easier to steer, so much speedier and so much more graceful in appearance. The large brougham and the elassy roadster also. Demonstrations gladly given. Ti-LEiuoE ij34 Ross, Greis & Hendee I t THER v Fifth and L'lwood. ford. W. Slf- pastor. Sunday w nool will open promptly at 10 a. m., with Mr. IIIII In charae of the music. Do not forget lo "bring one". Morning ! Useful Xmas Gifts I mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmaammmKmmmmmmimmmsBi A Nice Auto Robe A Pair of Grinnell Gloves A Liberty Bell for the Auto A Nice Thermos Bottle We Have a Complete Line New State Auto and Supply Co. s ( ONVN TED or ARSON Woman to Serve Two Tears in the Penitentiary, CLAREMORE, Okls., Dec. li (Special.) Mrs. May Denlen was found aulltv In the district court of Hoc rs county on a chark'e of arson and has been sentenced to eervn two years in the state penitentiary at. Mo Alester, Mrs. Denlen was charged With ths letting afire of her bunt, ami's house, barn, outhousea and hay stacka on his farm near Talala a few months ago. PHONE 1849- 252 9 "Got Everything 1 ' 111. IIC k.' . I 1 .4 . I IU I 111 .1UIIII ItilliUit f Tlie couple hsd been separated for lii.ut'o. The postofftco, a meat mar-1 monsy for a Belgian flour fund, ciui about twu yeais. s.i, i i Bnnssd Out. pa vanv a, Okla., Dec, 19 iSpe olal.) Fire of unknown origin swept the business districts of Saiunua early Friday morning, tsetroylng property kit and ouslnses Hook, the second women and high school girts spent the floor of which waa used as a lodge day soliciting donations, giving tas hall, were destroyed. t,, desiKtiate those who contributed to 1 i the fund Five hundred sacks of flour "Tins ls" for Belgtens, was the standard set by the local om M cALEVTER, Okla., Doc. II. I mlttee for Belgian relief and when the lapeilal) Saturday aa "laa ilay " In work closed this evening almost th.it vudously valued ut fiom t i to'M, AKsiir in tin' gampaign to raise 1 amount bad been raised.