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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1920.
n SENT CENSUS BY REGISTERED MAIL Interest Being Taken by Tulsans increases as Count Grows. FILL OUT YOUR SUP Over Half of Enumeration Fini-heil Shows Help of Committee; No Arrests. 'rill S'C irfic Interest being manl- i,,. official cutmus f tho ...... ......... i.roliH out In earnest Z cr ..o f' eek ln hwfc 1,10 " I" ,l10 offlc" l,f H1" ' rrc' or of tho nua ln Tu1(ia '"V bet'n tJcvP ' "sl continuously. A, ,',, mvver vvns no Interested In ,7, .r enumeration wan re- .. It ly I " If Worn that she ncttt . i i registered nmll with .nffia " iruinim for "r.-turn receipt fr, n ,u i order to end any i h. r name vvus Included in " . eff . t t'.Mint of Tulsa citizens. ,i . 'i ,.f dollars are brine r .tig effect ny tun com .uainwH men which ta nc- prvpil t irnii furnished liy tho corn f Tuleann nro being filled , t'uuiundH of pnrwons dully. r, .. , - Imvo found that by ,. . .p at houc vvhero ln f ' , relative to thii occupants j , i red upon rirrtt c.lll are .- i.ikcn rare of by the ,,,,, . i img In tho houses and f . , is forthcoming In many i iri-M lirn It would ho Inipractl'M j . , numerators! to visit tho l,cm-s during tho tlmo when the lit 1 1 ' 'tin hou-o wns present. t a 2 cent stamp, any per-(c- ii TuiRi cm bo enumerated, tho on '-ouule would ho would bo put .) ' .if, a period of five seconds v' ilRlir ie rerpilred to clip tho I, i- frm i (ho front page of Tho a.,-J mil mail It to K. l!eo fluth it r- -1 .4 supervisor, municipal u Id r,R Tulsa. Dlunkg would bo urn' to his limine Immediately and fidtng them out would rmwlre very to t.me l'ersoitt. wishing to ho ..iirej that they aro enumerated i'i i'il r ii' nt the censuji offlco In ttif n t ten it auditorium. Apm arances show that Tulsa w gu 'vrr the T.'.OOO mark Oils n' s wvhout trouble, 1( moro Murks contlnuo to pour In' Mr. (luihrcy said yesterday, "About half of the citizenship of Tulsa, has been ooun ed ntfhough moro than half of thp dis'ricts have (been gono over ' v Oio enumerators. The only chance. Tulsa has of dropping below now U for a few iKnorant people to bold off and refuse to bo counted. soon ns name of people who ro fuo to bo counted nro found they arc rpoor'rd to ihr eenti nffeHl and J S Davenport, now at Vlnita. tikfs the matter up with the Tutted States marahal and warrants fol low " As yet no nrrestH have heer made for violations of the. eenmis laws, but 'Ms of tlie namea of persons per (Os'ent'y refuslnc to fill out their ci'imeratlon records aro being pre rireil In event prosecution is neces sary In oriler to obtain the Informa tion fioni tho witness aland. Apart ment houso occupants aro causln; cor.Hldcrnblu trouhlo for enumera tors desplto npparently earnest ef-fti-'a on 'he part M tho owners of 'he nparmcnts to obtain the enum eration of their tenant. A fairly eprcsen'atlve count l powdblo iler present conditions, but what n Kovernment wanlnj In nil ne curaui count of every perwou Uvlnir in Tulsx t he tmio of the bcem iMig of the enumeration. "Coon Can" Game and Laundry Hill Canxex Arrest for Gambling "If you nro playing for fun put your money in our pocket tmd keep It thera," that was !ho ad vice of .liiilRe (1. I'M Wnrren in Hv!lei) court yesterdnv when he fined I;. A. Douh $10 and cixits on t'he charge of BambllnK. When nrresteil at the Admiral hotel, Douh was plnylng u little . sumc of "roon onn" he snld will! .Mrs. doe linker, wife of tho pro prietor of tho hotel. "I had Just paid my htumliy hill and had not pui the chance lick In my pocket when the offl'-em mnu in and ur nwled me," Doub told the police ARREST ALLEGEDTHIEF Cnuio. Wniilwl for 'llicrt or Tulsa Cur, riiptnnil .rtT liiijr t'llllMC John Crane, rhawd with the lar ceny of nn automobile In this city August 30, ll'lit, nnd trailed throBh TexriB after releuMo by Oiwko county officers follow Ini; Ills arrest Im mediately nfter tho theft, Is In Jail at rnwhuskii, according to ndvlco received by Sheriff James Wooltey Jesterday. II. K. UinKloy, deputy sheriff, left for tho prisoner thin morning. t'rane Is accused of larceny of an automobile, tho property of Carl MiiKee, 403 Wrlsht building. Infor mation In the hands of tho counly attorney Indicates Ihnf two boys stole the car at the re'iuewt of tho defendant nnd then pnld them $160 for the slolen property. The bos will be used as witnesses tualnst tho defendant nt the trial of tho case. roomscontYnue scarce X- W. llc'L-Uly )'oiniiilltci Dolni; What II Oin lr IIoiiicIch Wniiien. A larger supply of dcnirable rooms Is niMured honielwn young women of liilM nn tlio result of steps taken nt a meeting of tho room registry com mlttee of the Y. C. A Wminiw. day iifternoon. ltepres'-ntativc fronf 1110 cnurcnes ami women s clubs who wr pnent agree 1 In keep ln touch with the room situation In tlMr wveral circles and liunie.llntely report tho- avallablo to tho registry at tho Y. W. The scarcity of rooms for women Is really mi-Ioiis, according to Mrw. Victor Hunt, chalrm.ui of tho em ployment ili'IMt'tmimt of the lUTfiK'la tlon. "The residence weotlon of Ihe Y. W. is constantly crowded," Mrs. Hunt stated, "and ofton our Hit J rooms to recommend runs .ow, vW nope to grwitiy increase our list of desirable loc-itlons through the as sistance of the registry committee women." One woman In each church und club hns been asked to ga'hor in foi matlon about rooms in her crgan lKirlon. Notice. hae been -etit to tho church bulletins asking nil mem bers cf tho ol.itioh ( r'liort nvail- tible rooms to rhjlr resMH.-tlo repre Montativcs. Mrs. Charlivi 11. Cose Is chairman of tho room registry committee. INFLUENZA CASES INCREASE TO 200 City Health Department Continues Measures Against Malady. 1Mb i- hr.'h department super sion 1'""' hails and roomitn li nises are nti fumigated weekly i fit j h.alth depariment having alrendy complete most of Ihe places. l'ernons knowing of "flu" caws .and falling to report them to the city health department are liable to J prosecution under state laws, health officers assert. Alarming Incressen In the epidemic are canning health I "ff leers much concern with a i chAm-o of abatement of tho scourge not yet In wlnhl. , v Cnnin 111111-1111 Tm1iiv. I "ihkhmI eervlceo for (Jordon K. M'rn 1ll bo hl,i from the Trinity l;..wn.,il church at Z 30 o'clock this afternoon The funeral sermon will be pivirhe.1 by Hev V. Kllng! Hid bur. al will be Imulo In Lose I lilt ii tne'ory About :00 cases of Influeniw have been reported l0 the city health de partment within (he Ins- three dn nnd many others ore believed to b developing despite continue,! efforts of health officers to eiifiu... wtrlct compliance with lie s'.ate and mu nicipal health regulation Disin fecting of thcttcrs onre eacll week during the "flu" dangei is g.'ltig on Syluester Schaffer. Eighth Wonder . of World, at Orpheum Sunday. Presents an Entire Vaudeville Show by Himself; His Act, Lasting Nearly an Hour, Requires That He Carry a Physician and Two Masseures With Him. "I p In Mulicl's Itoom " Willi the i um.iiK f i . ,ti i.ii, 1b llOilln ut Ihe i 'vlnei,!!,.,, I a I " riiMduy viuuai .1. . i on,, mi.ii' only, theatergoers of Tulsi mii look forward to one of the most l.illliant theatrical eent of the sens m I r Ill Mabel', Itoom" ,e celennii. .1 New York mu-eess which Meiiieil h.. IihenomeiiHl a hit on MroHdWH Ins season It in described us a f'rhid mis fsrije of feininlno foltdes In tlni i nets Wilson Collomn and iM, Hat bneh are llie authors. A II Wood the famous ilieuirr manager, i. the producer. The pluv Is said to be Ver) orlglnul nnd ingenious In ploi and dnrlng and brilliantly nuiUH.n, In tiealmeni. The pint, m-curdiiu to reports, receives around a i Pink ( demise and an emt'ii ine l oung maiiH ntlempt to i-i.m, i before It i nines to the utletillon ni his jealous luidc Adt Itobcrt A. Mililrncy Kutioi H 1'iifi t ,r I'll..,,,. (,,ti i i In S..,itl, Main .'v l r o a cl w a y u hi. iti. i i m iou (,oi Totlny Tlie Homily Pn.rn.tlo MHIl Frit. Mi-Ids I'reM'iilln.: "Snow Hotuul" 'Hie MrrrlcM nf I'llliv I'liMiopla liimili' Waul In I In- rj of llii- i-iil.'' niidi'tllle :t :lo, ; in, n :in Ciller lliith llnk In Tulsa. Chief Iloatswaln's Mate J. 11. Itoth, formerly in charge of tho local naval recruiting station, who was assigned to tho Oklahoma City sta tion, has returned to Tulsa to again nssumo charge of the recruiting of fice hurc. Alleged Atilo Thlcr Taken Ut .loplln. Karl llllsbad, iho is wanted in Jopllu, where ho is said to have forged a number of die ks and es caped with a now Oakland automo bile, wns apprehended ln Tulst yes terday and will be taken to Joplln Udny by Detective Grace AKS UCTfilX OK MONKY PAID King Claims Ilefcndnnls ItofiiMil to (lie Devil on ltchim! Slnnuy. Sjl' '-i rernver iKn nnM i in 1 Moyd addition to tho ci'y , ' T h m lief-un n dls-rl 't c Jrt I vtst rd.iy t,y v a King against tho ' m -.f I'owman 4i Uowman i , Iving says t.t.it he contracted to J tho htt paid 1250 as ejrrn "r I it 'hat tho defendants d to de Iver the deed to tho lot, I i eH other money dun on tlio con-J "a t or rrurn to him the JiiiiO ig.uaily paid o 'and the contra't Ho Offlin 0cii 1(1:110 I'iiono H02II Our Daily Matinee3 2:30 15-25c Best Amusement Bargain in City Vw I'lajlng Alexander Carr Allien 3 foreimed chanu'lcr Knai l.i-K'li "April Showers Uelaliin '1 in. Hokji King - Co. 3 M e(. f.irh Oriihemn Nowm 1 tra Added lVaturo Stone & Hayes In their laughnhio tiimlvnl ((0 I'l'lnido Green Goods" MitnvH 7-0, 1S.2.V33-; noc Coming Sunday Sylvester Schaffer nuwt eisao man In tho ullli Miow ,y rilniHclf. Uara Morton C'Tn xl'n "rl'"I "1'our Mor ' Songs una Soujn login-. And 3 Other Acts " 1 " ''' Kuch n strain upon his nerves in tho rvmarkab net proseiitod by Sylvester Schaffer, who headlines the new bill opening Sunday at the Orpheum, that he has to curry with him a skilled physician nnd two skilled mnxftours, who are kc.pt bus keeping him ln perfect physical con dition. Schaffer's nppearnnt'p at the Or phoum is an eni second In lmport uuco to none that has preceded him Ho Is Internationally known nn "Ihe world's most . versatile man." - -presenting many vaudeville headline acts In his own person. lie Is u lightning painter, n Juggler, sharp. shooter, Iollnlst, singer, comedian und acrobat. Ilo docs a little of everything ope ordinarily te es in vaudeville and is an expert at every thing ha attempts. Hchaffcr Is reputed to be tlie high est priced star tho vaudnvll.i' stage of Amurlca has known, ihe Schu berts, when they brought him to this country, paying him J5.000 h week. 1 in was tlio sensation of one of tholr big Now York attractions and played on ltrondway two con soeuttve years. At tliat time his act lasted over two hours. When this engagement was oter he bulled his net down to nbout 50 minutes nnd went Into viuidowlle. He is still the blghent-prlced man on the vaude ville stage. This Is thy first time Kchaffer ban appeared In this part of the country nnd his visit to Tulsa is one of the lilg events of tho season. An excellent bill appears with hlin, the feature of the other four aits being Clara Morton, a classy lomedlenne, In wings and Mingu logue. Hho Is one of the original "Four Mortons." known from coast lo coast In big-time vaudeville oh one of (he greatest vaudeville families Aiuorli-n tins proilurnd Nearly all the family now being Individual vaudeville hcadllncrs Advt. T VPTT One Day JLy 1 1 v 1 Vy Qnjv . Marguerite Clark In "Still Waters Hi William ,1. Ixxkc. Sivnnrlo by IYiiihsn Marion. Die ted by MaiNlmll NVIIuii. "Iargnrot Clark" vvim nil iinusmilly bniiutlfiil glrl lendcrly lovitl. aikl mibmltlttl vtltlmut coniplnliit to llio criiellleH; nerves herself to a tcrrilile n- of scir-Htirriricp, aiul kills. Iler devil Is attriliutcl In tho iMdli-e to nuUir r ivii'iirc, Slui Iciumil of svtrly, crime and uiilviliplncns. Remember Here Just One Day At Regular Admission Hello, Let's Go! Convention Hjall One Night Tuesday, February 3 MAJESTIC A.H.WOODS presents' rB b irate. an H UP IN The Play that started NV on a Pajama Ja3 t The Isivo. 1,'iugliicr anil l.iiurcrle I I nn i'. I lie nionl nit or uie wiimiii. One jear In New York. A sure mre for ilio blues Prices SOc to $2.50 Plus Tax Nvit Wilt Suiulii). IN-bniiiry I Quaker Drug store NOW PLAYING Mabel Norm and In the Comely or "I'op" "PINTO" Gaumont News Screen Magazine Majestic Orchestra and Organ Sewn Tlmo: 1 1 :;!), 12:30, : :i::io. o. (i::in, h. u.:ui I'j-Iivh: Isihit rhsir 30, Ituli-ony 200 Moves. l.iige.H, ItcMTVCil r.Oo COMlMi SI'.NDAY "Victory" PGTROVA in TEMPERED STEEL! At 'ho S'rond beginning Humbly. 'One of her last pro Juc ions mad' be fore retiring from I'm hctci and It has never been nhown In 't'ulsa, Advt. CONVENTION HALL, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6 Wchard Wilton Tnlly rrrientu 631BAIB In Illi Sioikiij.i, S cc. iai Majiterj If co "THE MASQUERADER" Ity John IMmter Booth. Trom tin Horel of Kathtrint Cecil Thntiton Tricoi 13 to $1 No Phono Order No Sottet Lata Ailde. R lalto Again Today and Tomorrow IM.VMM. i i, I u PARISIAN With Chnrlio Robinson (lllni-elf) Burlesque EVERY TUESDAY MATINEE Kcwple Hulls fur Ladles Matinee Today liitHj-rldM Tor Uiilles Tonight Anialmirs run for m;xt i:i:k CRACKER JACKS Ijulles, this iiiIxtiI viiieiii and I0f will ml ii 1 1 1 j cm in any vveekilay matinee. I H. as i ROYAL I'l-ceenlliig ln Popular Musical Comedy Company Band Box Revue , In New Play limit The Harmony Quartette AMI Billv Van Allnn 'I In' Hills) Comedian J' I'lciiiiiiiaMi William Desmond in "Lieut. Danny, U. S. A." J-i Villi dllieu Jciry" j.'l&iiiumounlflrlmitff'uiiirv Adapted from .lullei Wlllsir 'IViiiiiiMiis' radimm novel aiih:i) rivrriiiis A Comedy and the Rialto Orchestra I Regular Prices 1 1 and 25c Coming Sunday "Fatly" Arbucklc in Ills hnintl-ncvt romeily "THE GARAGE" Also, IWwio IWirrlwiili) In "TVVf.l.1,11 TIIUI.,I)S" PALACE TODAY AND TOMORROW ONLY A Uuggvil Ilomiuioi or tlio (.real Nortli WimmIi The Last of his People" A dirferent play tliat iiimhN Instantly, a Htrong mail's line A woman's apiM-nl fur nnilectloii SIiiiiiIIoiim cvtn'meli iliilllliii- PATHE NEWS PALACE ORCHESTRA Sc reen Tlmcj! 11:1.1. 12 30, 1 1,1, 3, I 1.1, .1 3(1, II 1.1, 8, 0 1,1 Admission :!( , ( lillilrvu 10, War 'I'ux Included Convention Hall TONIGHT 8:15 P. M. 'The Prince Chap' Given Under the Auspices of The Knights of Columbus Admission $1 Plus War Tax STRAND NOW SHOWING TOM MIX IV "The Speed Maniac" A pluv of daring dec-els In pursuit of love. Sm'-cI on n lioix'l tipcvtl In no auto invi vtllli a guilt Sh-'( in a rightl SPEED! SPEED1 SPEEDI aih);ii .vrnut'rio.v Mack Scnnctt Comedy, "Those Athletic Girls" Willi ImiImi rncnila null I'liyllls Haver Schedule iiitn, mm, 12:30, 2, 3: in, imo, ,1:1.1, 7, Htin, u:.io STAU'l'INt: KIJ.VHAY Harold Lloyd "Captain Kidd's Kids" Madam Pctrova i.v 'Tempered Steer1 P ICKERING' SAMPLE SHOES HOSIERY 1 For Friday and Saturday s SEE WHAT M WILL BUY mi c Q Ii r n o And muny others for $6.85 Men's cocoa brown Dress HllOes, Kngluli or (JJJ or llllicher styles ...tDD.OO Men's gunmetul Dress Slioui, Kngllsh or llluchor fl"? Off styles DUOci Men's vlr.l kid Dress tihuui, stiulght . last, llluchor cut. button or ( QP Ihigllsh tDD.Ot) Men's very best ! Qt? genuine army Hhoesi5U0J Men's extra qual.ty vlrolUad vvuier-prooi luuin r Work rtlioes " $6.85 CELEBRATED MONARCH BRAND HOSIERY FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN ladles' nice lisle finish H' kings 45c iAilns' extra tiahly silk 'Isle Ii-ihii. madu Hiili a seam and sniped Mill" as high QCn graib hi k f..r UJC Men's lisle finish Men's high grade sill: 1 slo 60c Men ' fiber Hdk Rir, nil colois f:...75c Women's Shoes? $6.85 .$6.85 Unla'S' ill! Ifl.l. k lire HhoeS tiiih full Lu'lier I.oma h"c I t. tics vim kHi W ilklng Hoots mi le.itner military ji QK Ijid.ti' soft vld kid hand iirrii.,i soles, iiu'dlum heen for elderly vvfiuen Uidieij' dark gray full broasied ZSr.l'T $6.85 Ladles hlgh-grado whit" wash kid. covered IiuU (Tf QC hoeU pVJ.Ot) Indies' light itruy, full breas'ed. civeied Louis ( QC heels (JJU.Ot) And ipnny others ( COME UP LOOK COMPARE PRICES H 1 I i k I I S lll'.ltl. Y()t ROBINSON BUG."- Second Floor Phone 1962 aBHbSHHHmaarMneWtW