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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920
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BOOST' R. LOWEN
Tulsa Admirers of Okla
homa Senator Form
Judge L. M. Poo Named Head
of Club With Men-it J.
(JIhps Its Secretary.
nnr. A? tn ii '
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
V m. cling nf Ihn friends it ml sup
. ! . is of Itobort U Owens for pres.
,,(, ,,t ti.ft today 111 tho offlco of S.
I' and orgunI.od tlio "Owen
, i.lont ' club of Tuleit count.
Charlotte It. ItoljIM was
temporary chairman itiul
Kltclll'llS, tOllipOliiry SHCIO-
hit Inns wcro ndoptcd onllrn
n in tho splendid aohlove
.f .senator Owen nnd Ills uteri-
rtVllh,.- rlntnlMil nnd pledging thf
" Y,il"4' -'i'i""- u 2'
ff Tlx lOllowing omucra were
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'u I ! 1 or prcsiucui; lucrriu
, i , 1 1 1 secretary; Mrs, It. U Stand
n t fii.Hf vleo president; Mrs. Kor-rr-t
II iMlrt), second vice president:
lr i, 'forgo Hnwer, third vice proi.
,i. ill J'homas 1). Lyons, fourth vleo
pr.d' "i Leo Clinton, treasurer.
l-.x. .'Uilvo commlttpo: 8. K. IjwIs,
1' s Avery, IMcharil Lloyd Jones,
C y Hopkins, T.tte Ilrndy. Owen
Ourn T L. Hrown, C. L. .Ilolluinl,
j 1'atl, Conn I.lnn,' K. I. liar
urll J S Hooping, Walter Allium,
! Pradsliaw, Mrs. Lnul Cohen,
Mrs .1 M. Holing. W. M. Kprlngol,
r, d I. Kltrhen, .lay Korsythe,
tnhn " Mltrhol, Dr. t I, lteedei-,
Mr Charlotte: Hobbs, J. II. WIHan,
iudse 1 1. .1. Martin. C. .1. Wrtght-.-man.
John P. I'orter. Albert II. Hell.
Theodore Cox, C. W. Daley, Mnrk
Our N' J- Oubscr, Ico Mover. L. J.
I.undy A. C. Hunt, It. W. Ulbln,
1-loyd Miller, John II. e'rench, .1. K
Till, 12. V. Schrlmshor, Dr. A. .1
Ilutts, A W. Lucus, 1-2. 1 Morgan,
John V Archer, II. II. Wilcox. Harry
Worfham. Jv. M. Howe, J. It. Cole.
)j Ed PaHon.
TO PEN FOR 26 YEARS
.lury In DI.Htrlct Court II nils Ncsro
tiailty of .MaiUslaiiKhtrr ami
Imprisonment of IG yearn In tho
Ute penitentiary on a charBO of
mannlaiiBhter, was tho verdict re
turned by tho Jury In district court
yetterday morning beforo which
Fpurceon Pool, u necro, was tried
Wednesday. John Mnlonn, a negro,
as hot to death, May 11, 1910, on
North I21wood avenuo by Tool.
The defendant claimed golf de
fense, testifying that it few hours
before tho shooting Malono at tho
point of a revolver, forced Pool to
gle up money won In a crap gamo
from Mnlone. Thf state, however
conttnded that whllo Malone may
have recovered his money from
Tool, the latter without doubt armed
himself and upon meeting Malone,
hot tho latter to death without
A.N OU1H2II AU.OWINU Prank,
J. and I.OUM Wvlchl to change tlielf i
names to ITank J. ami Lewis WoiKllt 1
was iiudo In district court yesteiday.
DH. J. M. THMPLIW. Dr. I G.
Itelsllng, Dr. C. W. l'irrow and Dr,
A. I,. Walters relumed esterday
from tho convention of tho Mlssouil
.Statu Dental society In Kansas City.
A MAIUUAlil-2 I.IC.I-2NSK was Is
sued by tho cleik of county court
jesterduy to J. I., lluker, 21. Hay
City, Texas, and Artie Jone. 18,
Tulsa. I - - ,
PAHTITION Of 1OTK and 7.
block 6, llackathoriie addition to tho
city of Tulsa, Whs uskod yesterday
In district court by Harry Obit
against J. A. Cliaec, thu former
claiming one-third Interest lit the
DI2CH12i:S (JV DIVOKCI-2 were
Kraiited yesterday In district oouit
to Aulira Chatmitn against Herbert
Chntmnn; 1C. I.. Ilarber against .Nlles
Harbor; Luna Pfelflo against J. 1'.
rrciriu, lto.sotta Huff against 11. I.
PI2T1TIONS KOIt I)IVOHCI'2 were
filed by thu following in district and
superior court yesterday Hthol
Mooro against Orvllle Moore. Haiel
Hmtth against Cluy Smith, (luruelt
ltecd against Itobort 11. Heed; Knin.
cca AVhltn against 11. C: White.
V12IIDICT OK 11,600 was awarded
tho plaintiff In district court No.
3 yesterday at tln conclusion of
tho hearing of the suit of
tho it, K. Goodrich ltubbcr company
against J. F. Holing, in which tho
rubber company claims an indebted
ness of that amount on tho part of
COMMANDANT OM2 Johnson, of
tho local Salvation Army citadel,
received word yesterday that tho
Kalvutlon Army ut Oklahoma City
has resumed construction of tho
$85,000 boarding homo for young
women which was partially de
stroyed by fire April .".
MOTION KOH KKV12KANCC of
his trial before district court on tho
charge of murder was filed yesterday
by counsel for Wheeler Cooper, held
In tho county Jail without ball as a
principal In the killing of Merlo
Hrown nt a negro roadhouso north
of tho city laRt month. Monto Mor
ris nnd Krod Hadgett nro tho other
defendants In this case.
A CHANDI.KIt automobile, the
property of C. S, Henry, 238
Kennedy building, stolt-n last Satur
day, was found In tho northeast
TULSANS AT Y. W. MEETING
part of the . Ity yesterday by tfhi'Mff
James Woollo No arieals wcro
made as tho officer was unable to
determine the person responsible for
the l.wceny of the stolen car
MILS. AHHIU II. 1III.I.I2IIMAN. of
Supulp.i, state W. C. T. If. president,
was l have united In London, Hug ,
on April II. for the woild W .C. T.
IT. roiivcntlon. according to Mrs.
Josephine Huhl, of Tlilmi, siato .
C. T. It. treasuier Mrs. Illlleituaii
sailed from New York April 3 on the
Hed Ktnr IIIut Lapland.
Dr. I. T MATH 121 1, president of
the uswega college for kUU and
president of the Oklahoma camp for
girls to be rondueted at Uike Chail
tniliiia, New Vork, thlt suiiiiner, re
turned Wednesday to Onwi'go,, Kali.,
after a confereiue with Mis A W.
Coleman of this i-ity. secretarj
treasuter of the iiklalioma amp.
WILL SELL INDIAN TRACTS
Coal ami A-plinll I)ihi-I UiiiiIs
Will lie Offcml In .lime.
HptrUI to The WurM
WAHHINdTON, April 14 - A total
of 450 tracts, containing BC0 acres
each of the coal and asphalt tracts
of the Choctaw mid Chickasaw
Indians In Oklahoma, will be offeied
for sale at McAlestttr, Okla., Juno
1C and 1", 102D. This Is tho third
sale of thi'M- deposits offered by tho
secretary of the Interior. Tile rules
provide for a cash payment of 20
per cent and the remainder In four
equal annual installments. Gabe 12.
Parker at Muskogee will superin
tend the sale and can Klvo advance
Information regarding It.
Ai'i'i:.itANci2 no.vu i )itri;rn:i)
Sureties on Criminal Itoml nf Lnttson
Must Prodiico Defendant or' Pay.
l'orfelturo of a criminal appear
ance, bond of $1,000 was ordered In
district court yesterday when the
case of G. C. 1 .an oii, charged with
passing it bogus check, was called
for trial and tho defendant failed to
' Unv.Hon Is accused nt passlug a
bogus check for 16.50 on tho Ply
mouth Clothing company In this cl
April 0, 1018. Tho case has been
continued for several terms nf
court, but when called yesterday by
Judge Hedniond H, Colo tho defend
ant did not appear and tho bond
was ordered forfeited.
rite Irfxvil Women Attend National
I'oiilcrcncii at f Ictcluntt.
Tulsa Y W. C. A delegates now
In nitendanre at the national con
ference lu Cle eland arn Miss l'2dna
Pyle. general secretary, Mrs. John
D. Richards and Mrs N W. Ma
glnnls. repreicntlng the boanl of t I -lectors,
and Miss l'2lliabetli Hour -land
and Miss Idress Cash, lepre
pentlng the business and professional
women's derailment The confei -unco
wilt ho In session April 1.1 to
20. At tho closo Miss Pyle will at
tend a four ilajs conference of ein
plnjed offlceis of the Y W. C. A
Mis Hourland, from th Gypsv
Oil company, and Miss Cash, from
tho Oklaho.ua I'm. lining .V Itcflnlng,
corporation, are the chosen repie (
rentatlves of the business women s
clubs which liuet at the local aso-i
c.ntlon for parties, luncheons, and
other activities Kxponsos for their
trip were raised by the hippodrome
held In the gymnasium Friday anil
Saturday evenings. I
Compliments upon the nclors and
the acts In the hippodrome howi
been showeied from eteiy side
After careful consideration, a board
nf Judges Saturday night awarded
tlin Cohdrn teflnery club the pit.o
for the best act The prize, it silver
loving cup, has been In the piiM.es-,
slon of the Ohio rules cum ror
three months and will be retnlneil
by tho Cosden rrflnery women only
ns long as they keep the chinnp
lonship in business women's club ac
UNCOVER CHILD IMMORALITY
School 'CliUilren Age II to 10 l' I
Guilty to Go to Penal School
lly Amoclslfil l'r Hlsls Wlrr
OKLAHOMA CITY. April H A
threat to fill tho state training school
nt Pauls Valley and other penal In
stltiitlons of tho slate with school
children ftom Oklahoma City tin!os
tho wave of bold Immorality prac
ticed on the playgrounds of the tily
m bonis here and cvp.M. I ,it ii hear
ing held today, is broken, vtns matin
by W 11 Taylor, county Judge of Ok
lahoma county, and Assistant County
Attorney J. P. Martin following tho
The condition was discovered today
when a croup of bo)s and girls from
II to 1(1 jours of ngo wero taken Into
Juvenile couit chuigcd with illsnr
Merly conduct. Many eagerly and In
nocently told of the common prau
tire., and rnmn on themes of confer,
s.iloti that "re ni rg oi, 'thorn the
I2ery person connected with tho
piacllco and found guilty will bo
git en a term m some penal Institu
tion, Judge Tit) lor alinouiu'ed Pros
eciitlon of the cnseH will be pirssod
mid the schools will be cleaned up
KM'NHUV PltlCI'.S l.VCItr.ASf.D. !
Charge on All Article Go t ,i III
Per Cent nt Capllal.
OKLAHOMA CITY, April I'
Laundries hero today Increased the
price of finish woik approMm.iliii
10 per cent. Tho price on silk slnrl"
w ns Increased from '.'I In So vents
Ordinary negligee shirt intes went
from l.'i lo IS cent ami collars lo
I eenls each Wiishrnom supplies
advanced from 200 In fiOO per rent
!l A i
Fine Shoo RcpairiiiR
The Plncc to Go When Other
Fnil to Satisfy
402 S. Main
Arc up to date. We have
the hits Broadway is play
ing. Pathe Shop
8 W. 5th.
strike nt .Mnsl.ogec.
MlSKOGI2L Okla., April 15
More than n quarter million dollars'
worth of bulldlngj now tinder con
struction was brought to a halt hore
today by tho strike of 60 liod car
riers The men aro asking for -75
cents an hour, or a 20 per cent lh
ciease over present wage.
A city In Kngland Is economically
recovering tho tin from old cans
hy burning It from tho Iron with
heat from wasto flue gases.
For the smart and care
ful dresser. These laje
Patterns arp nrnvino In
. i- - o -
be very popular with
an ine men.
Just a look at these
classy styles will con
vince you that they are
Prices $6, $7.50, $8.50
i 1 1
hA KT AIL
You Just Can't Beat
For the best qualities, styles and clothes satisfaction, and par
ticularly is this tine of Joe Eagle's mode of clothes building.
And when it comes, to price, if that is, your deciding factor,
you might just as well stop and shop here for once and for
all time, aa Joe sure has knocked the "HIGPI" out of the
"High Clothes" question, quality considered, in his mammoth
Tardy Season Sale
Just take .1 peep at these prices and compare them with the materials
shown in our windows.. Consider the value of these materials, in the pat
terns which you most admire. Correctly fashioned as done by Joe Eagle's,
corps of expert tailors, they smoothly and neatly adhere to the individual
contours of your form. Now don't you want to join the forces of men
who enjoy clothes satisfaction through Joe Eagle's tailoring.
Come in. We have many more wonderful patterns for spring, and indeed
'tis a pleasure to show them.
I n d i vidually Tailored $
Suits, worth to $50, at. .
I n d i vidually Tailored J
Suits, worth to $05, at. ..
Individually Tailored j-Q
Suits, worth to $80, at. . J O
I n d i vidually Tailored jjj
Suits, worth to $95, at. .
We'll Not Be Sat
isfied Unless You
Individually Tailored $
Suits, worth to $125, at
You Want Them
Today All of the
There are approximately eight coats to choose
from short Coats, long Coats Coats of
sport design Check Velours, Scotch Tweed,
Polo Cloth and Brushed Wool form the basis
of authentic styles.'
There aro colors that will certainly please
even the most fastidious.
Style informed women of Tulsa have certainly
placed their "seal of approval" on the modes
represented in the Coat section and they
should for we know of no better makers in
New York than the makers of these Coats.
The workmanship, finishings and linings aro
of the usual high standard maintained in mer
chandise at this store.
All sizes represented even stouts.
The following prices arc a correct index of
$25.00 Coats reduced to $18.(55
.$80.00 Coats reduced to $28.75
$32.50 Coats reduced to $21.:5
$35.00 Coats reduced to $26.25
$37.50 Coats reduced to $28.10
$-10.00 Coats reduced to $20.8!)
$'15.00 Coats reduced to $32.75
$47.50 Coats reduced to $35.(50
$50.00 Coats reduced to $3(5.75
At a Special Price Today
White Batiste and pink Broche, nicely hem
stitched tops, elastic insert on sides txu siz.es,
specially priced at $1.29
Corhft Scnlnii Third I'loor
Misses' and Children's
Strap style in brown and black. Sizes from
8'j to 2. Regularly to $5.00, on sale today
only Special pair $2.95
Shoo SiTtlon Soroiid I'loor
Made of good quality Sheeting, pure white
bleach. Torn and hemmed ; quantity limited
to a customer.
Whiln (iimmIs .Main I'loor
12 to 19
$55.00 Coats reduced to .$'12.25,
$57.50 Coats reduced to $43.00
$50.50 Coats reduced to $44.(55
$(50.00 Coats reduced lo $44.75
$(55.00 Coats reduced to $47.50
$70.00 Coats reduced to .$52.50
$75.00 Coats reduced to $54.45
$77.50 Coats reduced to $5(5.75
$85.00 Coats reduced to $(53.00
$95.00 Coats reduced to $73.00
font Seiilon Third Iloor
Unusually pretty Crepe de Chine Blouses,
with just enough tucking and lace, that
they are -a bit frivolous and yet are not
Venice lace and touches of hand em
broidery make them just a little different
Usually they have pin tucking or pinch
tucks combined with wider ones on the
vcstee-like fronts long roll-back collars
of graceful cut make them especially
adapted for wear with the severe suit.
They are flesh and white and, usually the
cuffs have a turned-back fold or are long
enough to fall over the hand gracefully.
Attractively priced at $15, $20 and $25
lllousi! Sccllon Third Iloor
Special Yard 29c
3(5 inches wide, excellent sheer quality. Limit
of 10 yards to a customer, today only.
Whllo (iiNxli Main I'loor
HMW C&SS Sg)cnafl 45c
Heavy-grade Sheeting, torn and hemmed,
full bleached, today only.
WllltO (ilMMlS .Main I'loor
We arc Members
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