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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920
IS NOT SERIOUS
Places of Those in Local!
Yards Who Quit Are
BUSINESS INCR EASES
Midland Valley Reports a 75
Per Cent Jump Over the
Same Month Last Year.
Krelht handled In the local rail
road yards yesterday was more than
hi) t'r cent above the dally averace
In May. 1519, At tho Midland Val
ley yards th traffic was 7fi tier cent
heavier than any day cltirlnK the
tame month last vtar. officials of
hf local railroads reported laM
"Instead o fthe usual fibe crews In
the Tulm yard, we worked six
crews "f n It T and O. It. C men
today 1 P A Pirtcr. assistant Rfii
er.il mutineer pf thn Midland Valb'V
s , (I last nUht "There nre a few
riii interned kwltehmen who arc not
v i ..ntf to abide by thn periston of
1!k Mil labor board and theso few
li mil rather than wait for the
iri tn pas on wane dcminds
n-'nrl hv thn Urnthrhood of Hall-Ti-.ilnmen
the Order of Itallwav
Condiiflnrs and other brotherhoods
I.r. than an hour's delay r suited
froro th walkout of 1 swpchmcn In
th Tu'sa Midlmd Vn'ley yard Sat
urdiv nlKht, Por'T said. All of the
p'ars have been filled by Inval
union men ftom other places nnd
rorml traffic l belnc handled At
thr Ir"1 wher 1J yard clerks
rii. i wrrk slnmltaneoiiHly without
warnlnp to the local superintendent
J r.mk t' Tow, I' was reported yes-
Uf nicht "Wo arc hnntjllw? much
m-rc frclrht than usual nnd nearly
ti'MbU" the amount ha lulled at thin
tin c UH year No trouble has been
rcperted The- men simply quit and
"i rf'bably cnnie back to th"lr
)ib if th should have a chart' c."
?APl'LPA. May 26 Allenlns
that hlg wife, Ruby Slssell, had re
peatedly waved and "flirted' with
passers by at her home here, H K
Slssell today filed a cross petition
for divorce, asklns custody of a 3-years-old
girl. Tne wife filed suit
for divorce April 20. while Slsscll
was visltlns relatives In Arkansas,
aj;d the hu3band only recently
leirned of the wifo's action, the cross
Wax.ihichle. Texas, high school
baseball team, chaniplonH of their
state, who play the, local "Sappers"
Oklahoma state champions. In the
Ttxas city Thursday, will play a re
turn game in 'his city Memorial day,
Mav',11 ft was announced' today
You Can Make
s500 to S1000
a Mouth MiUlurj
In vour community on thiiNew Won
derful Mill no previous mllllur e
pfticnceueccary Be a Miller
!d have a rllEiiiSrd, permanent
bulnen Hut will earn you tMdy
piofiu the rntlie tar. .
Gnnd our liomt crown wheat,
tuppiy your corumimllvwitli llourand
Uti You .ive the frtisht on thr
whcit com j out, and the flour and
Ittd coming In.
IlMldei tamlncthe reculartnllllnc
probu sou Ett theeitra pro&t of mak
ins A Ill'.TTI'.K IiARRlil, OH
Pl.OPR CHUAPEK" nn the famous
MIDGl'.r MAKVKI,." The oewrro-itlf-contalned,
ont nian, roller
flour mill that is revolutionUinff the
millluclnduitry. It ItTUiltJ lciilh.nl
naif themwernnil labor of tlicuuj
roller mill and males n creamy white,
heller llavoied flour th.it tet.dnf the
health hulldlus; vlUmlncs and the
uaiural rt t f l.jvar cf the. wheat.
Our customer are niven the privl
leseof uslnsour Nationally advettiied
"faruous for lla FUror"
We furnUh the mcLi with yoir
name prinled on them. OUR SU5
plrj cf your flour every thirty da) a
and keeps sour prrwlucts up to our
huh 'Flavo 'Standard. We start sou
m builntaa with our " Confidential
helline Plant 'and teach jouthebuii.
ue of milltnir mid sellluar flour You
tan start in this most dclizhtfutly
profitable business, w lib our ISbarrcb
jieraay, mm with as
little cs $4,5.10 capl.
Jal. Other sizes up'
to .00 barrels.
... already have
Midiet Marvel Mills,
htati now mllllne
own community tr.
tore some one else
Jakes adrantare of
this wondertul op
fvw i ;nr flint."
Thn Anglo-American Mill Co.
Tru.tBldi.. Oweniboro. K
We Can't Sell Glasses to
a Blind Man
Vou don't care to rend a lot of
'uff about M-hj you should
wear classes. If you' need
hem come to Uf. Wo hava a
competent optlclin nnd up. to
'he.. minute equipment,
McMinn Jewelry Co.
Tho Square Deal htoro
Opposite Hotel Tulsa
'enlav ,ttilt,lh' places fh. "r"
in handllnt normal traffic.1'' (Joxv&ald
ArranKcmrnts huo brtn made
j throiiRh the bo.iM o( rlircctora of
I the ilinmbor of commiTcc here. Spi
i"t.iry .1 it n. t'ohb of the ihnm
1 W Mid. to ftirnirh ,i double hfudrr
I iMttie Memorlui ilny, the KlwunU
I club vh. tho Itotitrv iluli hnvine nr-
lives this evenlnc that Is not serl
Vldeit thn Minn
their weekly noon luncheon today
In the chamber of commeree roopin.
It was decided to have the luncheons
at the same place three weeks longer
The lunchtons were formerly held in
nmsfd n Kfimo to nt,irt fit 3 o clock
i nntl tho hlKh school Ifunift to pl.iy ut
i o e;ocK. .
I2lcen iiiitnmobilPM brlnp driven
from n fnctory t I'llnt. Mk'h .
I Mopped herr thin ovenitiK cn route
i - emcni, uki.i. n tlirlvlnc new oil
Marriage licenses were issue,!
the following here today Owens
l ouller. 23. to Cora Pearson. ;Mt.
both of Sapulpa, Daniel C McAles
ter. 2, tn l.Mla Ham. 21. both of
.Miamrock; Arthur .Smyers. 2.V to
D.ilsy Thomas, both of Tulsa
U-ite last night- James Thorna. Jr.
20, In Kannle Wyatt, 1. bdth of
Okmulgee. - .
S. Ci. OeWitt. 9 years old. died sud
denly In a local pool hull shorily be
fore 5 o'clock this evening. Ap
oplexy, of which the aged man has
had several previous attacks, is be.
Ileved to have causer) his denth. Hp
lived with a daughter, Mrs. It. C.
Stivers, 11 12 Unst llobson
Nearly every store in the cilv will
be closed all (lav Mondav May SI.
following Decoration clay. Sunday. W..
K. Cantrell, m.tnuger of the Busi
ness Men'snssoclatlon, said today
A few stores will remain open a half
day, Canlrcll said
n.irlc Morris, n Sapulpa reflner'v
workman, was renden d unioncinus
by a blow on the head from a Jack
handle early this morning At Tulsa
hospital where he was taken, it was
learned last nf.W that his injuries
arc not ser.ous and he advised rela-
it rl 'l i f' t'
the Frederics latest im
. proved machine nt the 1
, Hair. Shop
and Beauty Parlor'
The prtm, fcMliag wimtH of
uat1! Liffhtolvr oil mttAol
pwMrni, UMaiCBI, IK. A
I v. '.Jll. C , i I
I I .1
Have Your Heating System Installed Now
It Does Not Leak
The air is s!wa)-s warm and clean, never
"gassy" the housedcaning is never made a
burden by fine soot and ashes etting every
wherewhen your home is heaud with a
Round Oak Pipeless Furnace. It is bolted gas-
Arrange for yours now before prjees advance and a shortage occuri
due to the building boom. We can also make very liberal terms oq
immediate contracts. uru-.n mi ..
C F NT F X 1 furniture
VJIji L J TWO STORES
116-18 South Boston
the St James hotel, the chamber 1 Minnie Dovle
, rooms beliiB Used as an experiment is open to the
fmnrlut itju .lt-
i An Industrial exhibit of
nf lnr.lt llntrirl.n. nt
Kuchee Indian mission here lll be
helil l'rlday atternnnn. it was an
nounced today. KollowlnB are I his
ear'H Rradiiatcc of Hie . hun;
t - Ml. .At. tt'nnn.. tin. It !......
t.w it a "inn, 'Mihi'iiii, ,.,, i i-ii i. . . i .-. in
Coet.i, James 1'lfe, Kellyvlllc. and'b) apoplrxy
Trusting any individual, no
matter how .honest, is a. mat
ter of sentiment, at least in
part. Trusting a Trust com
pany is a matter strictly of
business. We offer you cor
porate ability, unquestion
able safety and the highest -of
OKLAHOMA'S' LARGEST TRUST C0M.PA-NY . ,
AFFILIATED WITH THE EXCHANGE
Gas, Dust, or Smoke!
tight for life -and "life" in its case means a
wl hole generation. Everything the Round Oak
Folks make is good -as 2,000,000 purchasers
can testify. This furnace is easy to instill, easy
to operate, and "easy" on fuel of any kind.
The cxhioit i
1 1 - t i-lit i Commander I1oh
VIKN.NA. Ma 26 -Kli-I, .M.irali.l
Paetoiar liorovli . coinmatidrr i f
Ans'ilan fortes on the Italian front
from lite In 111'- 'intll Ocloln-r
15IS. Is dead, his death being caused
Exchange Trust Z
11 Iist Third Street, Tulsa, (Okla. V
"fernfee and Strength"
i i. . i
In a letter to the public hy Sunday's pa
pers, the Oklahoma Natural Gas Com
pany would have us clearly understand
that the Gas Consumers csinnot depend
on a sufficient supply of ga's for heating
purposes the pming winter.
Let us solve this heating problem for
you by installing a Round Oak Pipeless
Furnace at once, then you will have no
worries when the gas gets low because
the Round Oak Pipeless Furnace burns
any fuel economically. '
The principle' of th.e Round Oak
Pipeless Heating system is not an
experiment but is conceded to be
the latest and most healthful and
practical form of heating homes
of any size. You have a natural
circulatiorj of properly heated
humidified air in every room in
the house at all times.
A special representative
from the Round Oak
factory will be at our
store a few days begin
ning Monday, May 31,
to tell you all about the
Round Oak Pipeless
See the Round Oak on
our display floor.
The name ROUND
OAK is your
Phone Osafte 733
from every section of ihc store is the Thursday
programme. In addition there is a discount on
everything in the store
Crcpc Dp Chine ShlrllnKS-.12 inch
es wide; bi'miliful lino of stripes, in
nil colors; nil pure .silk; nKiiliir
?.'l.!)5; c.lra .special (fo
All PacknRc Hoods nt 10 Off, in
cluding infanl.s and children's
dresses, rompers, hoys' suits, wom
en's gowns, leddys, camisoles, cen
ters, scarfs, pillows, etc., all re
.,. . . . naicony ...
PriMi-lriosMv .11 dnrlt Ktirinu
k " ' 1
Silk Shirting in every conceivable
stripe' nnd color -.'12 inches wjde.
nnj good quality regu- d1 nr
.larly,2.7.i, extra special vl 53
. Main Floor
Silk Bags of Molrc and Faille In
Brown) Black, Blue and Tan. Ile
gularly up to .flli.oO. Qr
Ex'tra special J)0.D
Cut Glass Lemonade Sets pitcher
nnd;six glasses to mutch. d0 QC
Extra special, set $O.UU
Fancy Klaxons, Voiles and Dim
ities white only .'Hi and -10
inches wider regularly to AQn
75c-r-oxtra special, yanl...
Fancy Gingham in a w'idc valety of
checks, plaids and plain colors--32
inches wide -excellent quality
regularly 50c extra QQ
special, yard OVL
Vandevers Pound Stationery
good grade of paper )Qn
rcgulurly -10c special, box 'V.
Swiss and Cambric Embroidery
widths from 5 to 17 inches open
designs regularly to 85c. CQr
Extra special, nrd OUV,
Women's Handkerchiefs -quality
Remnants of silks; woolens, wash
goods, white goods, ribbons, lares
and embroideries all at half Price.
Children's Sox -plain colors and
white with fancy tops -- QQ
Begularly 50. extra special '
Member of tlio
Adjustable Skirt Bolts made of
good quality bolting in black and
whito- stajod and plain ready to
sow on, all si.os nn
K.vlra special uov.
Silk Ribbons in plain colors and
pliid and figured designs hair
how widths extra oq
special, ynVtl OuC
u . .l .. .
r-i. .t' -i. f.
v.ihhukibiii: iiiui grey an sizes in
the. lot hut not all sizes in every
hind regularly to $11.75. tf AO
Extra special, pair ....
Filet Curtain 'Net in white 15
inches wide. 1 pieces only in small
designs regularly .$l.f0. QQn
Extra special, yard HOC
Women's 'Knit Union Suito in
white summur weight, loose
knee, closed gore, also tight kijee
bodice tqp regularly fiQ
$1.75 extra special USJL
' Second Floor
La Camillc Comets fr.ont'Iacc, in
coulil and broche broken sizes
regularly $5.00 to $10.00. AO
Extra special P&.iO
Children's White Voile and Organ
die Dresses trimmed' with Incc
and hand embroidery ages from
3 to 10 regularly to d0 QC
$10.00 extra special .. $doO
Children's Gingham Dresses
plaids and' plain colors sqmc in
middy styles ages from 6 to 14
years regularly to d0 QC
$'8.00. Extra special .... vO.UD
Women's Stamped Gowns good
grade of nainsook simple de
signs regularly $2.50. J1 OQ
Extra special, pair PCI
Plenty or the Women's Suits at
Silk Skirts of oven' kind at a uni
form discount of 25.
Waists of silk at a reduction of
Shoes for women at 20 off. '
Oihmi simp AisocUllun