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TULSA DAILY WOULD. FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1920
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SALE OF LEASES
i n ImIamaiii i
,,ik1 t umniiHivu
They Will Probaoiy
Iear from governor
obcrtaon Inform- state Body
tppointifitnt of Fed
i nil Ktnvivt'i'.
JRNNINOi April i nocornlng
In an estimate made !y an old ell
ien, the population or Ihl rli has
doubled with.n Hi" Mis: MM
months Ths aliened im mi in from
1 2fi to i ;oo
PAWHUBKA, April I N I''
l.itivllle, one uf Hip older,-, contract
or In f aice county, died ouddepl)
huh morning ! hit automobile rnile
on hi way tu o erace u piece of
TO REPLACE SON
Appeal's to Serve Jail
sentence but Ruse la
bov lene IMeftftf lei UN "I'll' hi
Mr w.w mill hom Thi' 00) will
be Klven a (OH day! in which In N
port tn the MontHil 0
BOND ISSUES ARE MOUNTING
t.lill In stiili- Now Iteyoltri I'M'
lion fat iiiink iiiiiiiiinu
AII"M A 1 i n .o I' ' ,
,, ,,il mnl Kill mini n I" ,
,,r iin' lint river, rimn.ru . i
j ,,,.,,,, :,d offered Mr Mir next
.a.. ,y Hi- oo m Hi leelone r o t IM
. , J office proboMl fclll bo
MMW1I from the K..I-. r.mi.iim
, , ii.i thlo uf ernoon after inej
telegram from Qovernor I
,,i V) aoningMnl mill'"""
ppolnl ment i'l frtral n-
. dtapotod territory hy
. f i pre mi --"iin
..ff.rcd for h.i I" TOOOfla HI
trtitomonu olroolatod by the
iMrwioncrs Include thune on . .1
, in bod of Uw nod i Ivor in
,111 and Cotton eouptles, Tho
t amount t" approximately 7. Mo
rt ,.i range in state from II to
jr. rat Leeaeo on Uit oawt tracu
. offered for WlO tail summer.
,, withdrawn m view of the
..... I.. ... no.. led In lir
null ipnii i'" - ...
ft!) hy tin' l.'OCI.II Rreiri hum-mi uu
,, ,.- r ti,.. Indiana.
,. n lh Wing of tnOM claims
delayed, tin' otnto sgain placed
, ;, ,,. n iin market The ilUoo
the iragts ware rib" fuamntoeSi
Definite withdrawal of the Rod
, ,., m front tlie MlO in HOI rx
maoa until aita tin- r.'-
rn here of Governor Robortaon.
., is expected Saturday, oommla"
. i en .-aid today.
i,,.,ih in olhrr part of the tate
rerad for Hale Tuesday will not lie
'. ntmi ut or a receiver for du-
. .i land in Hi- Rnd rWar he.i will
, deter fforta of the Jodoonnt Do
oping association to have rn
,,i iin- order of the federal din-
, . t court lit Bnld two nerkK
dnf thnt taaOOlftttOfl In po-nhmIoi,
rlHim in Tillman i-oiirity now
I by T( WM r.'inuerH. B. R Hlnkv
r I , for ihe rteiM-tttt Ion, eald to
tld that M interpretation
t.i. receive rafalp order ai that It
only to clalniH of the jiiates
i .klahoma and Texan regarding
boundary, and that private
rn ill be left in DOOOOMlOn f
n- pi-op.rty. eubject to order
ii Hp- receiver. He r-aid when h"
i-ived exHi't information aa to Ihe
ntlnn ..f tlie nuprenie court order
ivnuld attempt to have the rang, r.s
ate the JudOOnln claim.
rio-ottorney said he went notires
-.. ,r railroad and pipe Una
p.iniM not to transport oil from
the JudOOSai tract. This
Ion, he .-.iid, won hawed on his he
';. federal re.-elverrthtp will
.ffe-t private propriety rijrhtK.
tranvportatlon eompanien carry
1 which II ftdJUdqfOd later to
01 i ' tba .ludHOnla aswrclatlon,"
I "aftey the Aworiailon ha.s
bidden mn.h action, the aaaocla
hold them rooponatble for
NORMAN, April l n. hundred
COO pi for the ctutnty poii It i ihon
.v. ie m il. red hy Hecrelury W. U
Qlbbo (ollowlni o mooting hold i
the offloa of County Aumit U K.
Bonn Hi" t B L'O "how will he held
hi ro i mmoM Par i -1.
MIAMI, April i HoanlM flj in-
f.t prootloplly ovt rj ntfeoai Hold In
I'tiawa oountv. MQOrdlng to Kai m
At'.-nt UgWffpnOO, who. with I A
Kinhi'i'. govern man i x pa rt. hpo junt
r. malied a aurvey latta planting of
Onto 1h In good OOAdlUon. the front
having failed In hurt them
JRNNINOlp, Aptll 1 rr.n lica.lv
all the money haa I.e. n rgla.-d hy
popular Mil.a. rtption to purpllOgO a
tractor for load ami Mreet worK
under the uupicee -.t' I lie ctiamher
of oonrntofod Ronldoi nrofhRtg tho
roade. the machine will carry a
tanir with which oonto of me rondi
will hv oiled
PONCA CtTTi April I Kloyd
I'eier. (MUM RnrttOtt ami ''hirlea
Barthitl lme boon nrroatod a
ehnrgo or poMnll proiforrod hy Bnilol
hieklnaon. a ynuitn farmer of the
Dtlworth nolpjhnprnoodt, Cdeklnnon ui.
legOO hat al he utn driving into (ill.
worth art til a load of orn. the trio
pulled him from the driver's aeut
and einaarcd hla body and cioih ng
with axle yroa.se.
B Nhwi .'t.i t kih" prirt
btVtKOaRJB, April I I'ourhe,!
by the plea of the prtgOAOf OOP"
tan cog to .in days In Jail fr o petal
mK ut nii. it d. st ill. i . rederal Judga
.i w Woodrufl ai I'm-. i laai Bni
urduv pal I'led the man until Aptll 1.
The prtnonof was Carroll Pi
VltthUgh, iklu His wit.- wis .Ian
giTouely ill a'. hO10 he miI.1. and
POggvd the Jinl" I'.r a ' h ii"'c I., t"
turn, to 1.. r until "he had rooovoroa
"I citni ot bul liellOVa vir stoi.'
the itldga aald Vour seriteme will
not hrgli until April I Return homo
to our wit" tut ggrrandor t the
authorttlM nt ntuokogo on tttal
UHl .Klii a itinn BOlled Deputy
Marohal Horry make mi the tele
phone "riiia is w. w Onrroll." iho
voire Mid "I have coma to siirren
The man was told that it he did
not haie saffl. lent mOltOt t" renlPtn
at a hotel to report a: the kill, and
if hie rands wrtr ample to appear at
the marshal of the today
This morning a man trained into
Hlake s room. "I am CafPOtl," he
"if i remombor ooirootly," itiak"
said, th.- man the indifr tantanood
i ' you ig Yon are at loaal f'( POftrg
! old.' hat the man Inaiated thai he
: wum the prison.-r aontont od m
II was not until after Mneial inln
tttdg of cns-exuminatli'ti that he
I hroke down With taara atraalng
ilow-ii his face, he said "I'm the
boy 'a father Ilia wife la allll very
I III It would kill her to have the
OKLAHOM CI P M 'I' i
With th- isaii" of I7r.i'..)0 In hotel
for road conitrnoUon voted in 'i.ia
homo county yootordny, bond monoa
toUUliiK I.' I 'v alie.nl hai.
been vot. d this ar in Oklahoma
. "nut I' s ii. m y Wood (tatp hi;ii
wily coin rnl-sli.ner, said lodpl
UoCnrtain county will yot ne
Tuesday on an lasue of I0 fo
roads, and bond elert Puis To. winch
the dates have not boon ' I are pu
Mptod in Comanche. Pontotoc and
Johnson oountlaa, wood sold Tha
Comanche county project win call
for a bond Issue of fl.Ml.gtP, hi
With int-rest awnkenlng ihroui!!i
out the slat" In Hie matter of good
run. I construction. " Wood BtMOdT,
is probable Ibora win In approprla
: tains this year t th" conntloa ..f
mono) mora than enough t" pvt foi
1 the state all th" federal aid Itino
available tot Ik la hom."
DR. IRA ALLISON
RttOOO. MIV IM'
t RINAR1 DIDK Ml B
IB', Ijii I hint Mnil.
DR. DWIGMT ALLISON
Null Surulcjil DllXMCi if Woltt
rn, nml UulMMWl Offksr I'nitlni
Ijisi Third simti
HottTI A iv in. tn N . ni. ;
SlMlllil .1 9- I 2.
Thr Curtlp Brown Co, reQuifgg tho Mrvicu i m
atiihuoti.il Clothing 9slvgmin tnd . Purniahingt
It' you aif experienced in predentin! only hih cImp
merchpndipf pnd wish to eonnect pith a pcrmftncnl
apoglUon, whertj tiir' i an gxcgllenl raturoi thki
store offerg an opportunity that is vory InTiUnf.
Vppl) only in person, ut once.
Cut t.s eBrouf" Co-
The Houar of Kuppenhrimrr Clothe.
fTEMPT TO BREAK JAIL
rt- re Revealed at MrMrlrr
When Chargea gee rued,
oeelatid Praai Hiaie wire.
I'AldSBTRR. okla April 1
attempted Jail breaks which
ly guoooodod Matnrday and Mon
mpht wire revealed by county
orltlaa today In the filing of
c" aKain;': William Miller.
tiler in baling hold egsHho ohnrgo
he furnished the pipe wreirh
Vhtch Frank CRnaOO escaped
uan i I Thooo Knplloatad with
P :n this cae arc ltoy Kdgerly,
"I poddlor of stolen Htl
k a ml Tony Kavaloski. iw
I "f a minor crime. Ttie three
tbrough an inner conipart-
' itaiurday night and hmi nearly
at their way thrntiah barfM I
lOWO when their saws became
1 1 work with, it la t barged.
Ii ol to call th- night Jailer to
1 book into their cell. MoV
' they jammed the locks
their doors and whurt they
tcht the were safe auatti started
king "it the window bars.
lust a Hint
Our aluminum cooking
easily ancl quickly ceanecl
iot, dusty months of
"Prinij and summer.
m . lIARIiWAUi;
Head this way
for new spring
CfYtftSt i i Tke H-niM rf r. Paakra
We've steadily worked for a good many years to make our name represent, quality in
merchandise, the best spirit of service, and the guaranty of satisfaction to our cus
tomers. We're always willing to refund money, if you're not satisfied.
Easter Wouldn't be Easter
without a Spring Suit
YOU may want single breasted or double, or one of the new Norfolks; you have your
choice of colors, of patterns, of fabrics; you can find what you seek here. You'll
like the new models designed for us by the House of Kuppenheimer; Blender effects; high
shoulders, high chest, high waist; long soft roll, square-notch lapels; suits that give the
athletic appearance that young men most desire. These suits foryoung men are strikingly
good values at
s 17.50 $54.50 $57.50 $64.60 and $69.50
Suits for business men
LOTS of men don't believe it until they see the suit- we
have produced for the high-class business man. These
suits are as well made, of as fine materials, as you have ever
worn ; there's nothing better. They fit as well as any clothes
you ever had ; accustom tailor can't do better.
$40 $45 $80 $o $65 $"o $t: $80 $90
New Spring overcoats
THKY'VK just come; sport coats, raincoaLs, street eosts.
The latesl idea:; in these overcoats; we show an interest
ing diversity of models; raglans, Chesterfields, box coats,
reversible coats, polo COatfl, double and single breasted styles
and lots of new Burberry and other English topcoats.
$40 $45 $50 $00 $70 $7: $X0 $90
If you want to pick out your now
Master Hat in a store where there's prac
tically no end to the variety offered- -
Where every hat is in the newest and
most approved shade, shape and propor
tion Where quality ever reigns supreme
and is never allowed to fall below par
Where service is unusually quick, and
especially expert, and your satisfaction fully
This is the place
you're looking for
Our hat business has grown to tre
mendous proportions. Style, quality, serv
ice, and greater value-giving did it. This
season there's the added attraction of an
Unlimited stock, which not all stores can
Other Hats at $6.50, $7.50 and Up
Growing in popularity every daw
Plenty of handsome ones here in Irish
Homespuns, Knglish and Domestic Tweeds
and Checks at
$2, $2.50, $3
Tulsa's Uvest Leading Men's Store
Xlie Most Beautiful Cat iibtxnat
A lOmbtnftUOn of beauty and riiKKednesa. otoMgUy built nd
I'l.t mi. for IeiiioiiHiratlon
I RWLS-MARSH CORPORATION
1001 South Main St. Osage 3biO-J571