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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920.
10 1 a i, n I I' nn H '! bu id: i boil III . To Ilo on Dl. i. H' NEWBERRY TRIAL IS NEARING END Government Hopes io Finish Evidence in a Week. TELL OF MORE MONEY Many Witnesses Tell of Hit They Clot for Doiiifc Work for Senator. (JIWVD RAPID. Mich.. T'eb. 10. Tim Ions (bird act of IhH Nftutinrry electionn dram began t draw toward n. einrn today. It Is now hoped to finish the government's ciso ly 11 week from tomorrow Twenty witnesses wero heard today .- Proceeding were linlnliliwnpli' In color nnd nfllon. They ranged from u remark about "iiIpc money" en-d-Ited 10 George .tntiii of Mount Clivn onn, liv Albert tl. Stevenson, former democratic slat chairman, lo what Oliidnlomi lleattlo. of Pawpaw mild ..when hr gave nomp Newberrv nurdx .lo Urne Unify, village constable of jllnrtford Duffy wild llealtln prom Slsnd lo "malm It light" and liiltir -mailed him 110. Two witness fiivore Hint Hentlle "told tlicm be got enough from Ihn "Newberry committee In li.iy Jill the jpeniirs of bin oU'n primary ciim palitn for county clerk lis well as what Ihn Newberry work eot. One of tbeno men quoled llvtttlle im lay ing "the Newbi rrv lommlltee thought lh Mil expensive " Tho defence scored when John I Vourig of Grand ltaplds was on I tic uland tin mi expected In follow a Hlgncd statement which lie bhvo n government Investigator and swear that llenrgo Welsh gavo 'ilm l!0 for distributing campaign llteralnre. .JjpVoiiiiBi liowever, euld tho state ment was incorrect, lh.it WoUli only promised lilin tho money The government Iiait Ita Innings n bit Inter when I'curl Wynne, formcr .lv of Mini wnfl tilling about llio work he did for Newberrv In the cerond ward of that politically pie tiircmpir illy, at Iho behest of Pied Henry. Wynno wild tin used about $40 in Newberry work distributing caudldnto curds ill the IolI In the general eleetlon and wan puld by Henry after that date. This strikes mil tho contention of the ilefejtsn Unit tho Nowbnrry organisation cased to furietlon nflcr ihn prl tniiry. FRISCO is boostTng afton lYclght Terminals Hemmed I'roin Miincll In Ottawa 'Iohii, P-I4l lo Th World AKTO.S'. t'Vb. 20 Tho I'VUro I" ....... ... .i.i.iii... litis ..fiu rtlHnillK Ml li,Fiii.-in.ii " , freight terminals liere It to eXM5 lu l Illftl liy .MUTCH 1 III" I riML'l 'HI Uir.J up llin tnrmlrml at Monell, Mo no that fielKht iralnn will change Ihmi lliollvi arid rrewi liere HiMle.id of Ht Miincli. Aflon will Im tlm fourth freight ilU'ialon 'lnt mil of ft Unilii and lti out of Kanfiao CIM'iikliig A f ion a frciKb' dlvlMLin point In cpetd lo Klvo tliH town h population of about 1, 100 new l r DOI1H, TO LAUNCH OKLAHOMA CITY t.'incrnor iiml I'arly l,n(ieil lo lilt Alalmmn ( It) tfrwitl lo 1 tin World. MOMIMi. Ala., t'eb, :0 Pinna arn tirogrirln: rapidly for the Inline li llil? of III" Oklahoma ly Hi" l-t of Knbrilary or tho flrnt of March lit which time, tho (,'overnor of Okln liiimu. .1 II. A. Itnbcrbion, will be prenent with a number of other nlu.tr nfflelnlK Wllhln llio in xt four or flvo tnonthn Ihn Cnpltnl of Nebninka, tho llounton, tho I'lly of Uiwrencn blirif and thn City of Atlanta will bo launched nt Iho MohiHIco Hhlpyardj) hern. SiiiilM in Hi- Itolnul, Jotin M. l.lndly. boy neoilt exr-eu live. rorlietH alt hciuI to Kulher lit local hrndriuiirtcrrt nt II SO o'clock Dili niornliiK. pr.uir.itory to tho re view by ex -President Tafl nt 9 o'clock. WAN'I'III) HoyM orr 17 ycnrn old In Insert inerH ut this ffli Hnl iiiilny iiIrIH. i'nll "I iiialllli nxini nfler U . in. Iliinnld optical t'o. Advt BIG CROWDS COMING TioLVi AXZ j LEARNS SPOUSE DEAD I ' 'off. Okmuleen. Mlnml, lnlla. Oian AiMo Show i:vN''lril to Ho 'I'iiIhji'h MlKKifl Draw life f.Hnl, Oklahomu (!lly motor vnr dealers urn oomliiK to tho TiiIiki HUtomoblle how 100 per cent nlronK, according 10 a tolecram rer.idvod from (leorKo Woods, secretary of that orK.inlz'i Hon, yesterday. Three I'ullniiins will bo iinoil In trnnHportlnir ttm capital city dealern and tlm looiil committee are planning lu iihow their nelKhborn 11 Krrnl time Mr WdOllS llK'l lirlvlw,., Hint tl Kre.it number of ImikIiicks nun In lines olher Ihan motor cam will inako Hie trio lo Tulim utul t,i,i, m slay nrveral ilnya looking over the .MiiKli' f'ltv Hotel reservations tiave been mnile for the Oklahoma City tiiiriv, Insiirlnif at oinmodalloim dur uifr incir may The iiulnruobiln nhnw Is treating dler, Hnrtlesvllle nlul inner cities win aend dele(attonii hero to wltnctw tho Krno.ift motor car exposition ever held In tho MQuthwrst. , O. V Pnrrlrf, prmldent of tho Tulen Automobile Dealers' association, Is-In communication with Governor Hob. ertson and It In iiilto likely ho will be In Tulna Tuesday, Mnrtli 2. Ilo Is expected lo wnlromn Kdwnrd S. Jor dan durlnir tho Imrmuct ut tlm Hotel Tuls.i. All tho entertainment features for the show have bepn perfected Tho Ornnt lladley Operatic .'our. Waters nml ilonklns. ind ICfitilmim original ' inir. Fiends'' wl!l headline thn hill ! Prr.thero'a Concert tiand has also been engaged i Main street shop windows will be i trln decorating for tho event and It will Im a common sight lo wo win idoTT-fllled with tires And accessories (during tho coming week I Maiinls Optical Co Advt World Story Is 1'lrnt Word Woman Had of IIiikImihTm Itemise. A Htory In Tho World yesterday brought to Mrs. Kllzahcth Dovaney, for tho past six months a resident of Tulsa, the first news of llio doath of lier liuahand, John Devahcy, In liufll, Mas,.,, on Thursday, I'.eli ruary j. Mr, Dvunoy died on tho H.tmo day on -which tho three little Dcvaney girls arrived hero from Liowoll, having been looked after during their trip by Salvation Army offlcoi-n through the efforts of Com munrtjint O. T. Johnsgn of tho Tulsn citadel. As Mrs. Devaney expended all her savings to bring hor daughtors hoic, shn had no moncyjon which to re tuin for her husband's -funeral. It took Mrs. Devaney and her 18-ycar-old son, employed by Tho Texas company, ever idnoo last summer to eavo up ttm JlO.t nocesMiry for tho railroad farin of tlm gtrla. Com mandant Johnson wired ' lo Iell latt wight lo Inquire If arrangements for thn funeral of Mr Devanev nnd for tho sending of tho Insurance ilMliaiiailiLllfllliaiirillWlUaJliiflt'WaLWM.TWK WANT TO BE BEAUTIFUL? HERE'S HbW Tlirro thllivii I'lrxt, uillirrc to lr. HarkcrN' lienllli cikIc, Hid outstanding foaturo of uhlcli Is IJvrrcl.M", cverclv1, frrlM anil rhoiild Jim doubt Ills abllltr as iu.ln'ii!tli rxiKTl loot, lit llx-Pivshlcut i Tuft and ston arguing. An hour n day with llr, llarkri' for four jenrs kept dim In fight, lug trim as our President anil a continuation of tills lienllli itxlo lirt'iw lilm mdt as our only and much lined lU-ProtJilcnt. Tlm oilier tun things hit a New Spring Stetson and n nicely tailored Suit, llio mooIciin fur wlilih aro nireiuly Isdiig Miowu In lliN shop. Tlioj're not loud, Imii wliai I would call nlflj. Sold motl) with two luilrs of tnniM-rs. .UOTEL.TtM-SA'DLDO' Boston Ave. M. E. C. South Fifth and Boston Easy to Find Easy to Like L S. Barton Pastor Welcome Everybody Sundny school 9:45 u. m Cnrl Duf field, Supt. Sermon by pastor, 11 n. m. Subject: "The Great Inau guration." Sermon by pastor, 7:30 p. m. Subject: "To Whom Shall Wc Go?" Wo nolo "Another llonwt Man- l Tulsn nm r obM-natlom. would leuU us to conciiiilo lluit honesty and bruins ,lt, not umvMnr. liy l,ao to belong to tlm hui.io perwon, but w, Ikivo uhvu been afraid of u nmn Uuit lol.l jou luw hoiicnt ho was. We, nujltow, hoo 'o will lmvo n letter lunc1 of officials next JtNlr mI Uno,v v,xs ui't tl" worpp. Some litiucli ln t7 prisoners hid Kone I2 liouri beforo nnjolio fliul It out. I SEATS ON SALE NOW At Jenkins Music Store FOR JOSEF HOFMANN THE MASTER PIANIST "BEST OF THE BEST" (Snttinl.iy Hvcnlng Pimt) Convention Hall, Wednesday Evening February 25 Prices $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 Plus 10 War Tux Scajsin ticket holders aro urged to sctniro their rrwcrvallons nt .IciikliLs on or uftcr Salunlay. Bigger, Better, Stronger vShows Bigger,Better Stronger Pictures Vaudeville, Pictures, Musical Comedy Wonderland TULSA'S BRIGHTEST SPOT 118 S. MAIN Greetings The Wonderland Thea ter steps forward for the week-end with the greatest vaudeville,, and picture program ever presented in) Tulsa. A vaudeville show of real merit. A picture show that is beyond compare All in one. ALWAYS A BIG DOUBLE SHOW Friday and Saturday On the Stage A Komi Show of Quiillt). He- fliiemeiit unit llcimty Pcrej Spclliuau Presents tlio Origin, llrvoy. rroltCMimo "College Girl-Musical Comedy Company" In tuneful, entrancing, hilarious fun, Introducing Senator Boob' With This Great Cast Perry Siiellmnn Trunk Wlnflehl ltiwll Cutter- back Ma) nto Splllnuin Clam Cunnlns- luini Annie SHllmn Iicw Couts Hobby Ilyini I lojil Wliltson Domtliy lllreli Ixuls I'liirfnx Kfflo ltlcrlg Opal Cole Margaret Hall 1'lui Inture Coincdliun. Three rrlinn Dnuiias. six Danc ing Heautlcs. On the Screen I'lrst startling episode of "The Adventures , of Ruth" With Until Itoland. Thn picture jou Imto read mi much about. ,)lMf lliuil rplMMlc of "The Black Secret" With Peurl White, rcteallng tiih HKcitirr." -MiSo Priscilla Dean In 1'iiUrrMil Star Kneela!. "PRETTY SMOOTH" This Is it mlidlcrplett. USO A brwy comedy, "Taking Thing5-Easyv NOTK: Owing to length or pro gmm, "Pn-tty Smooth" will not ho shin) n after U Salurdaj ulghl. 10 a. m.i Viiuilollle wwkilajn, 2. IMS, 7:31), 0:15 i'lrel Vaudolllo Siindajs, 1:30; Mx shows Sniul.iy PALACE! LAST TIMES TODAY Pnti-on nro urged to ntleml tho nuitlneert tinlny In order in avoid the irowils at llio oinilug isTformuneeM. Nolo hereon tlmo lcliw ami n-u ".Mulo unit remain" from thn beginning. uiJiuii-v'siiowiNu or Cecil B. Demilfe's Production of "Male and Female" t WITH (iljOUIA SAVANSO.V. TIlKODOIir, IIOIICIITS, THOMAS .Mi:iillAN. IiIIjA tAlll AND A NOTAUMJ CAST PATHE NEWS PALACE ORCHESTRA SCItKi:.V TLMC: 10! 15 .12:30 2Mi 1-SlM 7:300:15 Prlocw: AflorntKn 30ct Children 10c. Kvcnliifcs 50c, Cltlldrcu 25o COMING TOMORROW Ilnner Ifughen' Wlilely-Henl Story tliat Dcllglitol .'Millions of Headers u tho ltcd Hook Mugazlno "THE CUP OF FURY" money could bo niftds wlthmit Mrs. Dovaney a presonco. Mm. Uovamsy dltl not know that her liuiiuanri was 111 uti h ii,.. trlrln. Virginia, o M.ulr. 1 t,"?! OladvB. IB. nrrlve.l " 41 LAST TIMES TODAY , MAJESTIC Mary Miles Minter l.V "Judy of Rogues Harbor" ' IVlUi TIIKODOHK llOIIKUTS In tho Oast t PATHE NEWS SCREEN MAGAZINE Majestic Orchestra and Organ scuniw timh: ti:3o 12:30 2-3:30 ,-. 0:30 ri 7n I'rlceJi: Txnvcr HikW 30e, Ilalixmy 20ci Hoich mid logtn Itcecrvcd, 50o w COMING TOMORROW Ethel Clayton in "Young Mrs. Winthrop" "A Croat Warm Slice I'roin n Million HomiV . OSCAR SEAGLE AMKKICA'S MIADIMJ IIAKITONi: CONVENTION HALL FEBRUARY 24 SCiiglc's Pirst Apicarunco at POPUIiAIt PltlCRS 50(1, 75c. $1.00 and $1,50 Adirtnco Scat Sulo Harrow .Mttsle. Co., Quaker Drug Co. GRAND R0uNAi JnLOrtnCKlriQ ClvSICtlL. r? f ayn umuny or love.l rt.yuu -h CUN -AND ftLLUR.INGr TUNES. PRICES 50c TO $2 GRAND Weel Starting Sunday Matinee, Feb. 22 A Guaranteed Attraction Chas. M. Baker's Sweet Sweetie Girls With Burlesque's Greatest Stars , MAX "LOOK OUT" FIELD and STELLA MORRISSEY NOTB Mr faith In this attraction as to quality Is aliMilute, and I want Urn theater-going public to know tliat enn eJuvrfully rcc ranmcud It an tlio best Bhovr tliat luw been In Tulsa thli Mvison. TaiIIcn don't fall to sco Bites Slorrissej's gowiw. aim management went to tho cxpciuo of $2,700 for her costumes. ThU Li worth tho prl co of admission alone. Manager Gnuul nittiter. fEyes of Youth' Season's Greatest Picture; Opens atRiatto Tomorrow Pictures Mart coirtlniioii.s. COIlllllUOIlH. ADMISSION: Any night, Saturday or Sunday. Children I5o. adults 33c, Include) war tax. During week afternoons, children 1 5c, adults 23c, Includes tax. MAIUC THIS DATE Dr. StoHiirt, tho mjstUi mar) el, will turn Tulsa upnldo down. Cotucii hero for entire wik, stanlng Sunday, with Hilly Dn Iluo'i liltH-rly tilrls." Stewiirt, tlm man of lujutrry. tcIU nil. Ask htm. Ilrlng (picnlkms with you. IVoplo iul, "Is he human, or suerhu nian'." " Special laille' matlneo everj- afternoon during Stewart engagement. Stewart iircM'iila Oriental oeeultlsitn, with till tho bewildering, Mintage, iiijMcrlou feats of the Orlrntal liogl, with whom li lias communetl for years. Thciv U no mental feat tint great, no ques tion too iierplexliig for tho Whlto Maliatnm to answer. THE GAYETY GIRLS WILL WIN YOU O i 1 1- Last Times s Today aS'tfe-Wfem A Dynamic Drama Domestic Differences Regular Prices 11c and 25c What la heralded an the "screen event'of the neanon Tulsa tomorrow when the phenomenally successful C'l.iru K special production "Eyes of Youth" openi an Indefinite engag Rlalto theater. This picture, which la In eight rcclK, w here with a spoken prologue and a special musical score M of tho Kialto is so enthused over his success In getting th Tulsa, almost immediately .on the heels of Its sensational f mlere at thn Uivoll theater that he ti taking a full page ad tomorrow's World to herald tho event. It 1h tho most strlk ng advertisement for a motion picture that ever appeared In a to. Tho picture was four months in the making and cost J So" """ to a large sum paid for tho rights to tho stage play, "IJf which still holds the record for long runs In New York. M this production wears the most gorgeous gowns ever worn r star. She has five leading men In her support, every one ' ' star In his own right, Tho dramatic work of Miss Young, to spell of the story, the sumptuous settings and the direction ha to make, "Byes of Youth" the "blfNPldtiiro of the year" th 3 than a score of motion picture showmen from surrounding arranged to be here Sunday at the premiere -nresfntatlon 0' In the southwest. In spite of tho fact that "Byes of You shown at regular "road show" pices wherever It has beer t far. Manager Smith Is determined to present it to Tulsans prices 25 ond 35 ccnta. The' first performance Sunday will begin at 11 a. m. iAa. - -CUT I" ) tilt h egfn'f'l Hll.llll ur-" . n pre rt ID u iuiu.ll 0. -iV'r-., MH.0J , t YduIIi. u Jnr I" 0 .) " t-,r.iblned M"f n (catur lu. I' 4 PP1" tel