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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, .1920.
Charge Against Four Is
Changed to That of
ONLY A MISDEMEANOR
Promise of Fight on Consti
tutionality of tho Act Is
Cause of Change
B. j(,wJM Vrtm Blt Wlro.
OIvIAlIOMA CITY, Tol). 2S.
jeM florrott, I 0. 'a.no and a
number of other men arrested on
warrants Issued hr tho county at
torney as a result of a raid jon an
tUcccJ racing poolroom hero ys
terJay. wero arralsnod today hefora
Ooun'y Judo W. H. Tujlor on
cjiargrii of nmlntalnlnR nnrt partlcl
nit ns In a Rambling same. Tho
ciaro'ts wcro filed under 'ho Konoral
law unJ will coino undo.- Ui head
ing1 of misdemeanor, which pro
vides only for a fin md imprison
pent In tho county Jail If convlo
Tlio uncertainty repirtllni; the
race track Kamblinc law and the
jMt that tho chorKca filed under
It would only result In a prolonged
legal fight to test Us constitutional
ity, w alcsh plvcn as the causo for tho
tinge In thi charRca.
The raco track eambllnR law was
adoptod at an election In Aujrust,
Hit. Tlio election was lld Invalid
Innofar as It applies to rofcrendum
petitions presantod at the tlmo by
decision of tho supremo court. In
connection with tlio Rambling law
enacted at tho samo tlmo. Tho
gambling law wan ro-enacted by tlio
legislature Immediately after being
declared Invalid by tho HUpremo
court. Tho contest on tho r.ico
track gambling law has been car
ried to the stato supremo court.
The defendants who wero arrested
yesterday wcro first accused by offi
cers of maintaining a poolroom
where results of horso races wero
received and betting on tho rrauxes
were permitted. A blackboard. vrh.ro
(n resiuis or. races jiua ueen
marked, was seliod.
'WIDOW SEEKS DAMAGES
Mrs. Lambert Kays Kuty Noclcctcd
to Irotcct Train.
2 Aivod&ttA Proas SUt Wire.
MUSKOGER, Feb. 28. Tlio widow
tt Joo I-ambcrt, Missouri, ICnnsas &
Texan engineer, who was killed In
his cab February 1C, when his fast
puaenRer train crashod Into n
(tailed frclcht in tho MuskORce
yards, asked $60,000 damages for
her husband's death In a suit filed
tgilnst the railroad today.
Mrs. Lambert alleges that tho rail
road was negllgont In dispatching
the pansengor train on tho heels of
tho freight train and that tho freight
crew neglected to plnco torpedoes on
tho track In front of Iambert's train.
OKLAHOMA CITi', Feb. 28.
Fivo Choctaw Indlanit have applied
for enlistment here for assignment
In tho Oklahoma squadron of the
Hth cavulry. two being acceDtud
and threo rejected becauso of Il
COVINT3TON, Feb. 28. Contract
la let for J 30,000 Odd Follow build
ing, to be two-story brick, and
work will start immediately. Seven
other brick and concrete) hulldltiRs
to start as booh as weather nettles.
among them being the (50,000 three
JKNK9, Feb. 28, Plasterers will
complcto their work ou tho new
high school building by March 1.
This building will bo ready for tlsu
by April 1. Koom Is badly needed,
as tho system is crowded. Hallways
and basements are in uso to 'houso
Coal company, a new corporation
with a capital stock of $30,000, has
oeon uiunonzcu to engogo m Busi
ness In this field. Incornorntiirs
aro M. A. IJorman and, Karl Wolls
of Henryctta, und John" Johnwn "f
CONVICTION IS SET ASIDE
Ono Attorney Apix-ars on nUi Side
In IKdawnru County 'lYIaL
Dr Aanoclated rrw" Stto Wire.
OKLAHOMA CITV, Feb. 28.
Th conviction of John Stceloy on
a charge of killing Tom Orldor nt
Jay, April 18, 1317, In tho Dela
ware county district court, was Ret
natdo today In a decision rendered
by the criminal court of appeals.
Bleeley will bo taken back to iJda
waro county from MoAlcstcr, whern
ho la now sorvlng a life Bontenco
under tho conviction, and given a
The district court of Delaware
county was roverscd by tho criminal
court of appeals boeauso of tho fact
that ono attorney appeared on both
sides of tho caso. lieforo his ap
pointment as county attorney, a. V.
Wood acted as attorney for Steeley
In his preliminary hearing.
Itow Its sores antf Tarleose nice
aro eaoaed. and how rKej may be
heated, qulclljr and sural? without pain
or knife br a modern aclentlfle treat'
tnrol at llttlo eipente la oiplalned In
a new illuatraled book. Thin book,
written br the surtBjtful nhviletsn. Dr.
II. J. Whlttlor, Siillo 335, 1100 Mcflee,
! 14 the result ot 85 years ecixlallilne.
and It tent ires to any reader on re
qunst. Jutt smil tout name on a card
and the book will bev sent by return
mall. Hundreds nt testimonials from
all oror the world like the following
from Ontario, Canada; "After suffer
ins for four rnoitha with a rarlcose
ulcer, was completely healed In a few
mki, I certainly think your treat
ment moat mlrxuloua." .S'ame and ad
dress on reqhest.
CHEW A FEW END STOMACH DISTRESS!
At once! Indigestion, Heartburn, Gas and Dyspepsia, caused
by Acid Stomach, is relieved. Buy a box I Eat meals without
fear! Read "Common Sense Rules Regarding Stomach." in package.
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mms ;ai $r -i
The Grip Of
A Man's Hand
You Find Strength or Weakness
.What Does Your Grip Show?
Have you tho firm, forceful power of n
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man Hinmo uiuuu ia iu-ii m iron mo
kind that inspires confidence and wins
succeei or have you tlio feeble,
hesitating clasp of a weakling,
whose liiood needs iron? Nuxatcd
Iron builds strong, keen, red-
blooded men nml women.
If you are not stronir or well, vnu own
li to )(cirvu in atari taking jSuxalril
iron lu-oajr nun watcii It strength.
effrcU In (wnvnl.
, timo aro for yourself
wiui sort ol a'cliniifin
nas taken pUio
In the grip of
)(nir h.Tiid and
lie uimitint of
Nash Performance Creates
Nation-wide Demand for A
I M i Mi H 1 1 frEITl
TRY THE WORLD'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
Savings accounts in the Exchange National have
been increasing at an average of 20 new depositors .
daily and the average net increase in savings is on
a ratio of $100,000.00 monthly. ' .
fThis is a Healthy sign on the highroad of industrial and commercial
troubles of our country and city;
Some folks see the signposts of warning along -the roadway and are
conserving their earnings.
How about you? Cast over in your mind the money you have earned and spent for
unnecessary things then balance it by the amount you have saved.
Be Honest with yourself. Is the H. C. L. all due to economic troubles or is a part
due to the fact that you want things that are not necessary to your peace and com
fort?, The habit of thrift has done much to Kelp some folks cast the COST 0$ HIGH
LIVING from their lives. '
Look yourself in the face on this subject and be real sure you are saving as much as
you should. fi
You can start a savings account with" as little as .$1.00.
EXCHANGE NATIONAL OF TULSA
, and the
. EXCHANGE TRUST COMPANY .
Nash I'asseiiffer Cars
i'fl'ansaticr Cars ,V..7
f'I'asscnicr Siwrt Model $l7 f
7-1'assvnucr Si tluri $2725
'i'Panscnfer Coupa 2(1)5
7-l'nsseii(vv Car $I7H5
1- Ttm CliaxstH $1785
2- Toit Chassis $2!W5
Nash Quad Chassis $3250
Prices f, a. b. Kenosha
The demand for both the
Nash Six and Nash Trucks
in our own territory is sim
ilarly noticed by all Nash
dealers. It evidences the
growing popularity of Nash
The improvements in the
Nash Six Perfected Val vein-Head
motor enable it to
develop its greatest . power
at average driving speeds
and make it unusually eco
nomical in operation.
Assuring the quality of
Nash Truck Performance
is the standing in the indus
try of the big Nash organi
zation itself. That Nash
Trucks give dependable
performance is proved by
the fact that they are nyw
being used by such concerns
as Armour & Company, The
Standard Oil Company,
Morris & Company, Palm
olive Co. and many others.
The plant of the Nash
Motors Company covers
over one' hundred acres. In
it are more that 1400 differ
ent types of modern ma
chines operated by over 5000
skilled mechanics. In this
big factory Nash Passenger
Cars are built 93 complete.
See the full line of Nash Passenger Cars
and Trucks at the Tulsa Automobile Show
Neal Motors Company
721 S. Main Street Phone Cedar 1270
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VAUJ E CAR3 1 AT VOLUME PRICES