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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1019.
ft M , 0 CITY WITHOUrfUND FOR STORM SEWERS fio tunlMT Ritmsioiis Cm Be Made at Tills Time DUi (VmimlsaioncrB. THE TREASURY IS EMPTY lYopcrty Owimts In Noi-Owm Addi tions AdanTl III.tMW W Hfip Work Along. No further f itenslon of the storm dramaae svstem of city can bs nu.lt- until a bond lm , for thin Hit- Ific ur ( i voted Ky Iho pso Tin matter was made clear at the' Tuesday aiornlng mseilng of the inti.r and board of city cmiimtolon ris'by K. K. Curran, commissioner of in-r uiij sewers. In resrHinss to ra ui'itjtis f i - property owner repie aVniiin; .n-nft-ul auctions of the city. Then- I.t ahsolu'sly no funds In t),,. s. i-r department thnf ran l us,.,i f 'i such a puipuso according to tin. r"iiiini.n.iier.- This .rrulns ulso to i in- i i.i!HWU"-U'n of main line suni I ,ry M.t-is property owners In the n'nrili N.rt of lha ctty wre recently , m iiilvancn Ihe city 112.000 In nr.br :n Hccurw sanitary cunvt nlencr il.i ir section. This will bs true f,m 11. iw on In the enso of other sections desiring either sanitary or ,,.nn sewers until ths ity can vote ti.in.l Issue. j.jst how much money la needed at tlu present time Is not stated but H t estimated that J100.000 could he .jrry easily used for such purposes. BENSON'S STORY COINCIDES WITH THEORY OF STATE Two Tulsana Would Shorten Difficult Name Court Advised Asking that ' 0) court allow thm to chsng their namea, a pstltlon was filed In district court yesterday by Adolpf 4loldensch:ai and Jakob Uuldcnschlag, In which It was set out, that ths nam la hard to spell arduous to remem ber, and somewhat toilsome to understand in commercial trans actions. Llecsuss of this fault, the petitioners sre gr.stly embarrass ed, Inconvenienced, hampered, encumbered and retarded In busi ness transactions, and they ask that their names be changed to Jacob and Adolf (lolden. 'GOBS' WANTED TO MAN THE OKLAHOMA HARWELL SUES POLICE FOR SEIZING MACHINE Alleging- ths police department Il legally withholds possession of an automobile owned by the plaintiff, suit to recover the, property was filed In district court yesterday by J M. II a well, vVe president of the Tu'n Office Kiiulpmviit company, attains! Charles Allen, chief of po lice. Harwell claims he left his rar at .1 lnral (tiir.tKP for rrpmr and that Allen it h IgHsenst hnllu rdlr liiuuu Allen or his annua, have unlawfully caused the garage to withhold pos si mi. on of the property. The plaintiff .'ishs possession of the car, u.iniSKea of $200 and $15 for each day the nutu Is he 1.1 by orders of the police department. Move to Tulsa. Mri and Mrs T A. Simpson, who have 'been res. ding In Muskoxea. have1 come to Tulsa to reside and ar temporarily located at 4 VYes Seventeenth street. Itrx-rult Will Re Senl llrc t to lUt Ucnliip, Lirai truant Krtllirr Kays. The recruiting party sent out by the U. B. 8. "Oklahoma" to obtain recrul's for thst ship has arrived In Tulsa and has established head quarters at lloston and Second. Hermits obtained by this prty are sent directly to the ship without the customary four months st the training elation. Ths Oklahoma Is one of the newest and largest ships attached to the 1'ntte.) Hiates At lantic fleet, Is an nil burner and has a man battery of ten 14-inch guns. The same type of gun that was mounted on railroad trucks snd manned by the I'nl'ed States n val Imtory In KVanre during the last months of the war. The Oklahoma was on foreign Rrrvlce during the war and operated from Ilantry bay an a unit of the Sixth battleship division In protect troop convoys from raids by llrr mun battle i-rulsers. Fine Isbrarv for Sailors. Othei features of the shin re nlr planes, kite' balloon, radio tele phone snd with an eye to the com fort of the personnel n complete li brary, classes for those d"alrlng to Improve themselves, s laundry, ship's band, orrhestra. moving picture ma chines, stage for hosing dents and other entertainments. In fact, every thing that a red blooded man needs anil enjoys The Oklahoma Is now hing over hauled at the Norfolk nivy yard preparatory to a cruise to the t'ar rlhean sea and South America dur ing the winter months Considerable success has been ob tained, but Lieutenant Kellher, In charge of the party, expects Tulsa to live up to Its reputation and furnish more recruit itisn any other city. 'iim on Visit. Miss Kllsnbeth Taliaferro of New York arrives tl.ls morning t visit Mrs It. J. Tl'ley In tint llentleiia apartments. Miss Taliaferro Is quite well known here, having u'tende.l Vltss Merrill a school at Mamato nick, . Y., with a number of Tulsa gills A machine hoe been Inventeii In England to redress worn wooden paving blocks at a rate f 1,000 an hour. so . they can be used again. CCiNTINt'FD rROM PAGE ONB. tow, and that on the night of that day be with others of a ateel tank crew, rsrne to Tulsa, and left the next morning for Perry, where the gnng worked until November 14. J. M Ktnrcy. connected with the local biatich of the Hope. Kngineerlng company, called to the, witness stand yesterday, produced records of the company obtained from ths main orfice at Mount Vernon, Ohio, to show that Krleger had worked for that rniiip.itiy In Depow from Octo ber 7 to I 9. Inclusive. Itenson flatly desleil, as did Hall In his testimony .Monday, that either i,f Hie two rimu had ever had any cvnvetsatlon or any understanding as to the dynamiting of ths I'ew home, lie declared n naa never talked to Vowells about the affair, anil denied thai he was In any wsly connected wlln the crime.' lie said tie statements that he, with Hall mid VuwaJIs, wsnt to the home of lf.nld (irlffln on East Koi.rth m;.ct on Monday morning Imme VVllatcly nf:rr the explosion, was Un true, but he admitted he went to the tiriffin horns thel following urek before daylight, with Hall un I v i el s He said tho visit was mufle at the request of Vowells. and a.idl te saw nothing unusual In visltlngN fi lends at 6 o'clock In the morning. lien questioned by A. F. Mots, sn eia: prusecutor, as to why he and. Vow. Is boiled nitroglycerin from il i.iii ite on November I, HIT, he ia.d that he intended to use It to i low ui stumps In the road between Tu'sh and Claretnore. The witness -nn't certain about tho exact lo cation of the stumps or why thev w re to be blown up, but declared thai was ths purpose of obtulnlng t tie "urease.' ill denied having iter blown a safe, and said he didn't know any more about that bus n ess than did counsel for the stale. rtettson said he first s:iw Krlegsr lie the Jail at Mualyngee In March of 1C1H. When counsel for the defnse S'MikM to show by questions, that I'ew and joe Dcpew, ex-chlef of po lice at Muskotee, had offered Hen eon immunity If he would tell what be knew of the I'ew affair, on ob jection of the stats ths questioning w.s not ullowed.. Hall said, In re sponse to these questions Monday, that I'ew had mads him the of.er .tha' if he, Hall, would testify agalnal Krleger, he need never need work for a living again.- The state songht to show that while Pew made this nfler. It was tendered only for the :nii)osi of obtulnlng a confession from Hall which would Implicate Krieger. If the latter was guilty of conspiracy to dynamite the home, lb tison wan not allowed to answer the.v questions relative to what De pew offered for Benson's testimony against Krleger. Indications at the close of court yesterday were that all testimony wi.l he dosed this morning at noon. This being tin easel the court will write the Instructions In the case this afternoon, and after the read ing to the lurv, arguments will be gin probably,Thursiay morning snd sill he concluded Frldsy when the case will go ,to the Jury. Quickest Pain Killer on Earth Mustarine Stops All Pain in Half the Time it Takes Other Remedies Oftentimes in Five Minutes. Subdues Inflammation and Reduces Swellings. TAKES ONLY ONE SMALL BOX TO PROVE IT. Pon't he downhearted! Never mind If you have tried plasters snd liniments and other things that don't fctart to banish the pain and agony till day after tomorrow. If you want to kill pain, get rll of aches draw out inflammation and make all swelling disappear with amarlng speed gels a box of Hegy'a Ml'STARINK right away. Chemist Begy discovered Must arlne. He made It of good! honest, true yellow mustard added other pain-destroying Ingredients took I out the blister and sstonlnbed the I medical profession by giving to the world a prepurn'lon ten times belter thsn Clrsndmnther's good old fash ioned hut dirty snd blistering mus- trt'r.l plaster. Mustarlne relieves backache, headache, toothache, earache and neuralgia' In five minutes In an hour all misery will disappear Hore throat goes over night lumbago agony In an hour. Chest colds, stiff neck, neuritis, pleurisy, rheumatic pains snd swellings all yield promptly and are speedily ended with Mustarlne. the original mustard plaster substitute, always In the vcllnw box. j The Vogue L, Continuing Sacrifice Prices on Entire Stocks We cannot emphtulze too stronnly the m ptwtance of this event. Suits Coats Wraps Gowns Blouses Millinery The utmost in exclusive designing are to be selected at a fraction abow cost. Our patrons and their ,t riends can realize price advantages far beyond expectations. The Vogue ew Wright lildg. 115 WEST THIRD STREET J Mlstloa Kodctf Moris. The Woman's Missionary society of ths Itoston Aventee Methodist church will meet Thursday In an nil .lav sesaion, from 10:4S In the morning until t to In tbe afternoon. uwu in ii ill wl I i u inn Flnw,.r Shoo, ii West Fifth afreet. I.!"""" 3101!. For Sapmrflaom Hair DBLATOntX TVs LmJmt ScsWtai Yea, OOtt - SUM - 1AF1 - ULIAJLC Vm Prss as WsHSMsf Aek Tear Dsslsr Be Keswe Neuralgic Pains Cite Ua to Soothing Wizard OH. Hamlin's Hamlin's Wlxard Oil Is a safe and e.feeiive treatment for heads, he and Jieur.K!a. itubhed In where the pain " It acta as a tonic to the tortured "erveg and almost Invariably brings Q'tlck reltef. ' Its healing, antiseptic qualities can 'a,i te re le.l upon to prevent in t'l'Uoi,, or otlier rMUi from triii,, I, rulers, cuts, bums, bites id stings Just a good, ton, for "r feet. tlff neckv fost bites cold ire, snd rsrajur sores. 'ft it from rfriiggtata for IQ rsnts. not satisfied return the bottle and ' nur money bsck. v. T constipated or have sick r.a4,,nf, Jiml ,ry W(lard lJrtr f nipSi pMwinf lutl , k . Jg . Ouaranteed-AdvL Our Annual Closing Out' Event on Entire Stocks Opens- This Morning There are no reservations or restrictions-every Suit and Dress goes. The materials, style and shades are the most approved of the season. The extreme importance of this sale can only be real ized when the garments are seen; it's the supreme opportunity for the woman who wishes to exercise economy. SALE OPENS TODAY SUIT PRICES $33.75 Suits, now $26.32 $50.00 Suits, now $37.50 $60.00 Suits, now $45.00 $70.00 Suits, now $52.50 $80.00 Suits, now $60.00 $85.00 Suits,, now $63.75 $96.00 Suits, now $72.00 $100.00 Suits, now $75.00 $125.00 Suits, now $93.75 $140 Suits, now $105.00 $145 Suits, now $108.75 $150 Suits, now $112.50 Dresses Extra special $1875: Today and as long as they s last our lot of silk, .velvet and serge Dresses will be offered at $18,85. Theyare regular $35 values, and each one an individual model. All sizes and colors. All Others OK Dresses at V Off Including finest quality Satins, Paulettes, Tricolet tes, Velours, Duvetyns and Poiret Twills. Eeach model reflects the dominating fashion and is individualized by some artistic and unusual expression. Mm 0 Serge Skirts CC QC Special PO.O wide range of modes an extra Regular $10 and $11 values, in a special at the sale price. Children's Coats Our entire stock of Children's Coats will be offered during this sale at low TRICE REDUCTIONS Heatherbloom C1 JC Underskirts... pleeJ Values that were very low priced at regular $2.50. Fine quality, tucked and flounced; choice of colors and sizes. No Exchanges No Approvals All Sales Final POLLACK'S THY 217 SOUTH MAIN ST. We Accept Lib erty Bonds at Face Value, also Baby Bonds Children's Dav at Vandevers Demonstrating the Leadership of this Store in Junior Apparel and Shoes. The Entire Stock of Children's Hats at 20 Off Mont' nrc reserved, choose from Velvets, Vi'lours and Kelt, in brown, navy, copen, black and all others. Kur, ribbon, flower and yarn embroidery trimmed, The regular prices range from $3.00 up to $20.00. All are offered at 20 ','v leas than regular marked prices. One Special Lot of Children's Coats at 20 Off. Rites friiiii 2 to H yi'iirs. nuilrrl.ils urs Corduroy ttml VHvi'ts, In druwii, nuvy ami liliii k 'III" r.'Kiilur pruss niiitio from 17. Ml tip 10 Illi.UU; Hums tomor row si UU uff Ilia ri'KUhtr iiutrkrt rirli'us. Mno Furs for Miss Nit In Hlitnro Compli-tn storks swslt your liisTtlon svri il si'lurtlon. Muffs sml nrk plticrs of (irny Hijulrri'l, Nutrln, l(il and (Irry l-'ox Mink. Hiimnii'r Krmlns, Kslititt una Coiioy. I'llcis rminn from IJ.U5 ami up to Children's Hiz.es 0 to at Gingham 11 years Dresses $4.95 $75.00 C'lillilri'ti's anil Mlws Silk llriK' of Tif f"t. Sutln, (li'oiKi'ttPt Crrns, Vslvel ami Hllk mikI Hultn romlilnstions: sonis of 111" colors Hrr rnso, KK'rn, hrown uml nsvy; HKf s from 10 17 yi sts. I'l lrs rsiiK' from $12.50 to $40.00 Wrll nmils. flnlshrd sml Irlmmi1. Hssil 1 1 f ii I IhIiIs In Ml roliirs itnil plnln colors ton, 1 lie leKUlur pru'es u to 6 30. lomorrow at 4fi eholi'S. (iilldri-n's and MlmnVSerm'siiil Jiwj inKM, In nuvy. drown, Un sml Ivkln blue,; ths stylus Inclinls l'iter Thompson snrl lillsil models, trlmnihiKS of Insld, bnitons and hand nmhroldery; sm'S from 4 (o 1 1 yrnrs. 1 Tiers rnnti" from $6.00 to $35.00 Clilltlron's anil Ml ' I'sll outs of All-, vsrtuns, llroiidoloth, Velonr, Chlni'hllla, Vrlvsl snd I'lunh. Horns of ths colors ars brown, bins and t'l-klnff; Ioosh and iK'lled iikhIhIs; Ihjkii rollsrs of fur and plush , slats from (I to 17. I'rlees rangs from $9.00 to $57.50 Children's Shoes at reduced prices for Children's Day A Special Lot of Children's Shoes of white kid, black kid vamp, with white top and plain black kid; sizes 5' to 8. Special, pair . $2.95 Boys' Shoes, patent kid vamp with cloth button top; patent lace kid, brown calf, gunmetal, lace and button styles; only one and two pairs of a kind, but ex- (jn Q ceptional bargains at tPsWi7J nays' F.Ik lllrlr 8Iiims, winter w!(tht In blsrk, or hrown; slit-s I la 1; rsRulnrly MM. Hpeclttl fljn nfT , p4.utr pair One Ih1 of Ctilldnii's Mkh-s, luys' and Olrls' In liliiik kid brown ralf snd pat ent kid: sl7.es X to II; regu larly M 60. Hpnclul tilrl' Kltors In nbuk Kid Patent I rat hrr and blnrk vnt; slsss 11 H to 1 (fQ QP , Ksgulurly 1 5.00. Hprclal, pair DO.sl3 $3.45 fJIrin' 8hao, blsok Jstent kid vamp with whlta. Un tops; medium welrht soles; slses 7 to 2; resulurly up to 15.00. Bpeelal, pair , .$3.45 Girls' lluvana llrriwn Uglit Calf KIkm. medium widshl solus; small heels; sixes 11 tn 2i eirelli'nt valus at .00. Hporlul, pair $4.95 Olio I of lllg Miasm' Hhcws In Black Hid; hlsck vamps with gray tops; blsrk kid vamps with whits tops; fnncy stltrlied or plain toes; slseg m In 7; regularly M 60. Hpnnlal , $3.95 Offers from the Baby' Shop Infants' Caps, Bonnets and Hats in white, pink and blue good quality silk and fin ifthinirs, trimmed with lace and rosebuds, some" trimmed with fur and ontrich bands. Prices from $1.50 up to $18.00 Infants' Hand-made Dresses of Nainsook and UatiHte, fine quality and workman Prices . . $2.25 to $15.00 Infants' Ptllliiwita. In 2-year sle; beau tiful hand and murhlnn mads garments. Tribes from $1.75 to $5.50 Infants' Wrapping- anil Crib SIm niaiikfts n cotton and wool trilled; whits, blus and pink. Trices from $1.50 to $3.00 implU Mn-k f "Vanta" Vrsss. Bands anil ItlmV-ra, In all wool, silk snd wool and rotton snd wool tnled Prices from 50c to $2.75 Infant's Ilfwr, In msrcsrlsel cotton, .all wool and silk and wool; sizes 4, and t. I'rlccs from 50c to $1.00 Infants' Knlttcil Kaiurxi, rf all wool, pink snd blue trimmed; Infants' slses only. 1'rlred from $2.75 to $3.75 Infants' long Kimonos, In' wool alba tross with crocheted trimming and feather stilchlng. Prices from $3.00 to $7.50 KlHualvn Agrsila fr "Derryvahy Linens w Store) llounrt 8:SO to S p. m Hattirday I'nUl t p. m. s am si mil m r I srt s 1 5