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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1020
NEW BUILDING IS PLANNED BY BANK City Brief b i V. dttthl i f Butler , I'b., ha nlly In Tulsa to i miliar In Hit grocery buslni m. I A I.llr.s. counlv .- .o.missloi.or : f' in : Ulalook. Ku in Tii las vaatar. diy cm biiMlm-Hfi . Wit employee (f tha tM Nation. jal Link will KM ti. Sand ttnrlnga at oclo ihiH eventna to attend MM evening I'k nl. king. Mr I ltd M'v Chi s. A Steele and ill fn mlly 1 fi t im i f,,r Wash ington. D. C Now York City and other Atlantic coaai nataia to spend ihe remainder of the summer I For the Iumn of constructor i . V ." """stor, building stipcr- B bunk hnllillnif noon the vn,, i ""nni-ni i.r t'lo I.Mhuugo National properly th irnor of Third mil ",k 1 ' ' 1 " - lmM K"e Chicago iuin snoots In whl.h th.. Nfitlonal !T0 RELIEVE CAR SHORTAGE HERE Structure Will Be Built at Corner of Third and Main ON OLD TURNER SITE r1 , Bank of Conimeree to Form Building Corporation For New Home The Mortuary Purchasing Agents Want to Unload Freight Cars Earlier Hank of Cnmmcrrc will have its IE maiKDi noma, tin- National Band of Commerce Building company .has Li ' ii Incorporated by ,r. tl MoBlrney i. mrney ami .1 oubs-r. The business In tha very near (atari i the . lo up. nil his v ir.-illi i W. A. McBrlda vlt o-nresl.tmt of I Mia Rand "f Commt ret of Okmi I w-as In Tatsu. yi-sto.day on business. I r t iii. . ... . . . company will be organized for a-.lvo I f in' ' v Z' Th.. broMrty Whin, c.. , mi vM,-r " - . ...... ... w ; , UUP.IICS, Ml" Of thi- 1iroiinBf.it l.nll, liner 1 iV ,h ,mnK 0t I Davenport, former Oklahoma - KU. irnania on Cie plop- -pgi o -man ..I Vlnltg, Is In thi.' vaV..Wor.,.'.w n"tlrn rrr-""y to Itl. In week on business. ,r w. .inn iriini .in lo nil days I Which Indicates Ihnt tha rnmpanjjrf W. A Brownie, cashier of tl'.. Fx. oontemplataa starting building ope- change yatlnnal hank. has Bono to city rations Noma time thla frill iiank offlriala ntatcd yesterday thnt thi, architect ha not yet bean eHployed an.i they have not decided r to tha l!.i of the building to be oonatructed, OUT FOR HIGH OFFICE Large OhMhutua Delegation let lea ror K. or v. Convention i Licit Km. .an ' :m lull to epelld the next two weeks with hln family. I F. I,. Dunn, former oaahltr of tin. Central National In nk. ami now vice t.ie-i.tont .f ill f H.ii i ,( -villa National ."..I ....in .'u n ranp m ma reaver .1 ml iter apendina ih- with hi fimillv. . . Slopn .Tankowskv of the I'alara Clothier toft Monday for the north anil BaafOfl a i ualneea trip. rllloa itoro. Frank K. Human, city attorney, who la a candidate for the hlh of Ico of supreme vlr ..hancellor of the KnlKhtH of Pythtaa, will be ac- eompanieii to the biennial convention of the Bupremo council in India napoliM AuKuat 10-21 ,y a d.-loKatlon of clpht llkhli.mnM o have held ", . v- nJ , the office of Kran.l Than.-eUo, S if ,0,N T7 Mia state. jne il-liaraHon will leave here Augi'Bt i, with Mr liuncnn and will do everything to eecuro his election. Jamea I'.owen f tBjl rltv. grnn.1 chancellor for Oklahoma, wll tie a member of the .1. legation, (urn rnambers, al of ehon -i r- pant I I I chancellor, win be; ji l. EUndere, 'iuliia; I'. :. Walker. Tulaa. otla I, lino'.y, Tulaa; J. II. Cainirih.ul. 'hlihasha; Albert O. Konilnc, Hobart; .1. C. .Illmoce, Oklahoma OltVi and Sanvicl B, QMney, Mum-kogee. Mim Katharine Ooodeene, sat Hf'tith Main, lefl for Vow York yea ! rdey eVenliiR .'ii a ton dnv buying trip. Mr. I.im.'i Clieeehelr, htivor r.nd prei oral manaaer or ti e iinii Pirn haa-mturnod from a three weeks' and other eastern In the Interest of the Hail If. O. 412-4-3 Advt West, miss prnduale chiropodist, Bldf, Odar 838. Irtrrliigc I.crn., Marriage licenses wore leaned to the follow Ina; yosterdav by the clerk "f OOVnty court; Clarence O. T'tufd. It, and Maratla A. Harmon. :'!, Tulsa; Kd. rvnn. an. St. Paul, Kan . and Alice ronn. l, RartleevfTttj W P Btrlokland. 21. and cietia c. But ler, IS. Tulsa. A new cource of vegetable Ivory has been lltaavered in the Niger territory of Africa in the kernel of an edible fruit of tt apeclca of palm tree. "Going Some" By Rex Beach Comes to Majestic Tomorrow In an effort to relievo the fretahl car ."Ituntlon. members of the Tulaa association of purchasing agents have Volunteered to effect as ittptd unloading of frclghr rars as possible. through the medium of irie a-an lit It Th., funeral or Mabel Barbara llns, an. who died at 7:15 lust I night following an op. Tail. in at a I", al h.ispiiM 4m h,. held at Ihe ! homo, ISJO H Trenton avenue, at 1 3il this afternoon Rev, .1 W I Abtl, pastor of the 1'Jrst M. ihodlst church, will C induct the services i Interment will 1... In Hose Mill cem I etery, Rhe was a momlier of Itoyal Neighbors. BttrVIVOia are her hu Iband, Ralph A., and two eln'lren. Ti,w. II Funeral services foe Mrs Viola Trowell, who died late Monday after noon at the resilience, mm CHURCH ASSISTS STRICKEN FAMILY ALLEGE NEGRO STOLE CAR endant era ,mmitto,i i.. juii um,. r a garden tractor hae been do. I of tl """ for prellnilnai y hour-1 signed Unit pushes three lawn mow- log Angusl Id. . ...I'; fronl ..f u so that the graaa officers f ihe firm of I'Hllllo """'I oetore ream... oy Hmii.. lot. I agents, ilalni Wilglil houses of the companies In which tney are employed. Kant lllrrh, will l.e held at 2 o'i lo, k 1 , ho lues m il Flghlh mil Wh The pledge was made because ..f afternoon from Ihe Mi.vtl.niv Last ! Ing he was liken III the car shortage and the fa. I thai cnapei Hhe Is gurvlved by ., small soarlel 1 'resident wniard of, the Baltimore child, her huaband, J. .). rrowell leeeki a Ohio raltroad aaldsracantlf thai if; hrr mother, Mrs j, c ...v.- every car In the United Kfhtas was! nf Weal Tulsa. Interment will 1 unloaded lust two honra earlier If I In Ooklawn would mean nn addition of 300 nun cars to the present rollng stock equipment The purchasing agonra through the warehouse departments of their companies will endeavor to save at least two hours time In the future on unloading cars The local association will also sue rest to the New York headtffiarteri of the national association that the movement he followed by n! affili ated associations; according to o. V Ttordon sorotary "fiorc are l.ltl purchaalne agents In the aftlllatod associations. 'ase ( i.lilliiuoil. Continuance was taken to Aueust .1 In the prosecution nf Adam Blrod oti the charue of burglnrlrlug the stnole house on the tiess farm, south of sand Hprlnga, Murch 2 3 when the eac was called for prellttlnary henr Imr before Justice II J (Irnv yesterday. The mileage. strTd and time of travel of an automobile each 24 ' hours nre recorded on a circular chart with a device af Wisconsin I man has Inventi'd. Union Community Church Kaisiiur Funds to Send Hoy Away I'm 1 lie belnc raised this week in in i nlon Community church at Right h an. I Wheeling streets, to as . i .. family Ihat has been placed in vary itralfhtened circa metanooa i.v tin illness of the eon, who Is Ihe only support. lb. pan, who is 19 years old. la the ..my tuppori ..f Mri M. S. Cook, ling wlih fever and w is I.. Bi d for Their funds grew OW, and .... si. mi as he was ahl' in l.e up, he start. . i i.i work The tarty exponuft ga'- him a relapae, and elme ihon ii.' bean suffering mltlt iheutna will, b has parnllt.e.1 him com- I letelv. Revel .1 areakt ago, members nf be Community Church raised funda 'i ' najli to tend the Cook bO It ('lareioore. but the hatha did not help any. Ills phs!rtan says now Ihat Ihe baths at Hot Hprlnga wtji at re him. Mra, v s. Hose of 2 ii is Baei 4ih hiiimi, wi." is arcretai ry ..t la church, l-lng that dnnallnfia be sent In .. I.. In .....i i the boy la Bol Springs. I'bo donationa may be sent to her ad !.. ... ..r he will call f... lb. -in. Iler telephone number is Cadtf ir.9n linragc Bmpeffye lornertl of 'lak- ing Mno i c .in r..r.i Vency. T. ti. Wright, a negro charged with ateallng a Fold ir from the local Kord agency. 213 North M m. street .1 11 1 tl. outer. . ,. pi. a of not guilty ai his arraignment yeeterday before .Insilce H .1 Qra) The d while working about the agency, stole Ihe car and ihon diaptoaed of Ihe pionoiiy to anoth-r negro In the knlvci Originally Imported as an attract ive flowering shrub, the prickly pear w hose possession The aulo was found Is proving Itself a menace to veg. Monday. Hay Ward, city detective. ; edition In snvrral regions of Aua i. rreste.l WOght yeaterd.iy morning. tralla. The teat half of this webk will I J. Walllngford Speed . . Cullen Iandls witneaa the farewell performances tif Anniversary week at the Majestic and for the occaaion Manager Talbot presents Rex Heacha latest comedv with thrills. 'Oolnir Some." As a atage offering "Going Some" was hailed as a winner and really tarried out the predictions of the nuthor and producers. The New York run was a phenomenal success and now that it cornea In film form, much elaboration la had which gives the play added Impetus. Anniversary week at the, Majestic Is proving the banner event of the your. Hobart Boeworth in "BetotN : the Surface" completes on engage- anent tonight, and thdtisands have already witnessed this unusual dra matic achievement. "Going Some" comes tomorrow and will play Tfiiireday, Friday and Saturday ouvi. Floral matinees will be presented on each of these, days from 2 till 6 and every lady attending will bo preaentijd', with a beautirul riower. As an extra, added attraction Artells Dickson will ha heard in a new repertotro of songs. "Going Some" offers something new in theme and in production. "Unlike many offerings in screendom there is a combination of the drojna and the comely Intermingled; blended In Rex Beach's faulthias ma nner. A Pl' t ' east of players lntor- Tean Ohatiln Helen Ferguson Helen Hlake '....Lillian Hall Miss Gallagher IJllian Langdon rinnald Keap Kenneth Harlan Mrs. Roberta Keap F.thel firry Terry ...Wlllard lyouls . . . . Walter Hiers M. 1J. Klynn pre! Ihe rolea and Include Berkeley Fresno. Skinner Culver Covington Frank Hraldwoo.l Still Bill Stover. . Nelson McDowell Willie , . . . Bntta Kdwards Ladew Hay ward Mack Wagering a big cattle ranch against a sheep ranch upon the out cine of a foot race Is one of the excitement producing . elements In l .lng Some." The picture Is all that Harry Beaumont direction with the assistance of the nuthor can make it. Most or the action tenters around the two runt. era nnd the owners or the ranches The runners hold the destiny ir ninny people In their power to win or lose the event ful race. Before the time arrives for the athletes to try out their physical prowess, oil Is discovered on one of the wagered ranches thereby enhancing the value a gYeat deal. The possibility of such a discovery was not taken Into consideration when the wager was made; hence arises the qotistlon of whether it would be fair to carry out the orig inal terms on which the bet was based. Obviating the necessity of legal assistance, nature allows Ihlngs to 4ake their normal course. The solving of this intricate nuaala makes a ftofy of absorbing Interest. "olng Some" glvea all the thrills rrnd excitement to be derived from a picture. Advt. F -at the Home Plate" X Tne Real Slide- at-the home-plate Cereal Drink Satisfying - Perfect wholesome, pure and good. The old-time Cook Quality Ckdarbyth from youi grocer cease ataee r 0 "The Amazing Woman" Rialto f" ajaajBBaaaals Marguerite ClarkOrpheum Today A : ' tw mm 1 1 w aBaaay-mi . mTii .i i rtft One of the most unusual attrac tions ever screened In motion pic tures is scheduled to begin an en gagement at the Rialto theater today when the new picture, "The Amaz ing Woman," wll! offered to local theatergoers. This play is one otthe most tense thrilling yet molded into one of the finest stories ever told, it Is a play that forcefully strikes home. Its Influence will be felt keenly, and will glva one mimolhing to think about. If men do III that good may tome, the pll'. I'' v.l I 1 1'1 cine end must bo paid- their Dead sea fruit will turn to ashes on their lips. This Is ihe pith of Ihe story of "The Amus ing Woman," red-biooded, virile, vital and vivid. It la such a tale that holds and grips until Its v ry finish. No fiction writer has ever Million a more frank story, or urtlst painted a more wonderful picture that the man who penned the his tory of Ihe girl who Is the rontral figure In "The Amazing Woman."- This startling photo. drama will I"- seen l 'he Rialto today- Advt. EASY P GET j4 gammowl&rlaxLflQkiur9 Marguerite Clark In "Mnsy to Get" Is the attructlon at the orph eum today, and reports received froi those who make a business of being critical say that this play and pro ductlon Is easily her greatest i-rrort. The women especially will llko the new Marguerite Clnrk picture. It la a spurkling comedy dor... in Miss Clark's best vein. Moreover It is a salutary losaon for e.ifky y MAIt'irF.IUTF, CLAItK AND HARRISON FORD her honeymoon. In the smoking j Ford ue the huaband has much to ear her huaband moots nu old friend ,j Wuh making the picture all sun- a ml Incautiously makes tne relillllK who think they arc regular demtMia among the ladles and bo.oif of it. Miss Clark has Ihe role of a win some Utile bride Just slaitlng out uu Ihat all women are "easy lo get." Of coun-e, Hi., bride overhears the re mark and resolves to administer a lesson. Slipping off the train at tile next station, she stepn into an exciting ami humorous sorbs of ad irenturee, with friend Hatband pur- ung men I suing madly. II . nils up wlih huh- I.) ...Ilillig inrougti Willi II. ..Mill lo a gang of Ihugs in order lo lake bis bride bark Into his ai ms. Droll and bands,. nm Harrison shine. Helen Greene, Rodney La Rocnue and Kid Broad ara also in the cast. Julia Crawford I vers adapted the story to the eereen from nn original by Iiola Formater and Mann Page. Walter Edwards dl reoted and Jt 1 a I'aramount Art craft pit I 111 e. Ihe pris.ntatlon today at tha in . In uni will prove to be one of tha most Interesting theatrical events of many weoks. -Advt. Sessue I layakawa Palace Today , jfljflHpL xTaa laJiwJate MaVarTj 1 1 e V-xaaaLdTdrai WKOLx deH JjVW-v IIAYAJiiWA ZU Ift. ASlMSl A fitting finale for tonight V dinner JUST keep it ijuiet until the Ijgt minute. Then bring on this Coconut Cream Pie. And when they're commenting on its nil-uround-goodness let them in on the secret that it's the coconut milk, canned with the meat, that makes uny thing made from Baker's Fresh Grated Coconut taste better. Baker's Fresh Grated Coconut has been rightly termed the "coconut in the tin shell," lor it i3 just the pure snow white meat of the coconut grated and prepared with its own milk. No preservatives are added and none arc n.'cdcd to make it retuin its fine rich flavor. C '1 your grocer's. w iaa agar 'iw LESJe&iU' I 1 RVLjrssTaal "A n t i Ury R't ft you preftr i ... "i 'i-Taipfiinri j ff-m.r4 kin Sessue Hayakawa In "1.1 Ting Lang" begins an engagement today at the I'alaco theater, and as this play Is said to be Mr HayaViwa's best effort since 'The Cheat," muoh Interest is aroused In the presenla tiOJL The picture Is srradaplion of tha story "LI Ting Ijtng, Chinese Gen tleman," by Howard I'. Rockey, published recently In the Ureen Rook mtgiyJrt The early scenes of the picture are set in America where Li Ting Lang la familial ly known lo his white college chums as "Old Ting a-I-lng." ! Although of royal blood he Is data p. lately In love with a white girl, Marlon Halstei.l, daughter of a wealthy banker, whose hand is al... sought by olio of 'Lung's college males. Through a series of drama till incident Ling returns to China and the girl, believing him dead, marries hay other suitor. Then tin' s. ones and the charge n rs swing to China during the revo lution. "LI Ting iJiug" Is now a general i.r the revolutionary forces, deaplte his royal birth. 11.- la platl i in the position of defending the girl against a gang of plotters snd there . . n mendoualy realistic fight. Tts conclusion Is une of the most un usual seen on the screen. in. i is Pa Wlli who appeared with l ew Cody in "The Beloved Cheater," play the pari of Miss Halstcad. Iler Beauty ami tht excellent finish of hay performance goes far towr nulling "l.i Ting Lang" one of tho beal pictures In which Mr. Hnyakavra haa BUUTred in Home time. The others in the til i": equally efficient, s. leue Hayakawa in "Li Ting Lang' starts at the I'aluce today. Advt. .y , K-r.-Y a'l. i-.v'5 hiatwt Recipe for Coconut Cre&m PJe (Meringue) I cup ttJjr'B (. ut4 (.'.Komit (from which rntlk hB b'eii thoroiicldr pretkcd and roconut Umm leu Bry rated u:itll llsht in. Vj to S cup aranuUttd at.tfar 1 cup Coconut Milk and rolla t lave! i ic.nwi.a.iui . ui.,.1.1 i, I rejga I of Salt Add baa tan Mg ytlka and coinafarch to milk, place ovtr alow hro and f-tir until thick. Kcinovf from tire and add ubout . Qf the coconut fpour Into one tarn i two amalU baked cruMta end cover wuh .t1fflr beaten cffB whitee lo wliluh two or (liree ehleapoonefel of powdered cr cranuUted ugur liavebyn adde-d. SprinLlr t uceuut n top aad brown 4uivkl)r in e eu.