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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY..SEPTEMBER 12, 1920
BIG SAVING MADE
AT WATER WORKS!
Cost of Operation
Since May 1
FOUND BAD GAS LEAK
Chnmbor of Commerce Invited
to Take Lunch at, tliu
A report of B J. Mauley, chief
engineer nl Hit- wlfrwk pump
station lo C ft. Younktnsn. water
mmmlisiloffr-r, show a savin of
JH.nil M In rnl of operation of the
Plnnt for Ih four-month period
from May 1 to August 1, 1". over
the four-months period of November
I. 1919. to lelininry J. 1920.
Togeth.r with the large saving in
rout of fuels and chemicals theie. wan
n very ductile,! Increase ,n tlm off I
ilcncy of the plant With less c
pense, lBti.aS2.itl9 trior Kallon nf
water piitnpat duilns, tlm Inner w
rind than during the former, iturliiK
summc months when the mom
water Is ud by consumers.
Mr. Mnllley's rlf lullfil report fol
low: Cost of f iil from Hovemnir I,
1919, to I'onrmiry 28, 152(1, jr,ll 38;
ost of flitil fiom Msy 1. 1920.
August St. 191". 13.100. HmvIiik lo
the rlty In furl, 11.001 08.
Water pumped front November t,
191!), to February 28. 1920. M2.8I1,
000 calif ns, water pumped from Mny
1, lo Annum 1, 1920. 70n.19J.209 K"l
Joim. ti difference of trifi,282.2fi fal
lens in frtvnr of tho latter pcirlod.
Chemicals uiietl from November I.
1919, to I'obntary 28, 1920, JI0.9BR.
B7j chemlculs tiaetl from May 1. to
August 31, 1020, JK.93B.2:. a differ
ence, of 14,012.1 1 In favor of the
Total savin In cash. $fi.023.ri2, 1m.
aide dlfferenre In nmount of water
fievernl weeks nKo, according to
Mr Ym'tiVman Kits w shut off
nnd coal used for n few nytt. The
lias ire'd emit titled to f melton. In.
vcstlRaliun ilKilnscd a lure a larito
In one of tho B'i" lines. Whon
thin whs repaired, the monthly Kas
bill of jl.200 was reuiteecl materially.
Commlaalouer Voiinlwuun oxpecta
to Invllo dliectora of tho chamber of
commerce to an Informal luncheon
nl tho filtration plant In the near
future, that thoy may Ret In doner
touoh with orto of tltn city's moat Im
asked of girls
coNTtNtmn fiiom rAor. our.
workers will bo engaged In the one
week'u drive, ho nald, with ioou.uuu
as thu goal.
Miss ICuhlCo Coyno, a riowspapor
reporter In Aberdeen, S. H., and
Miss Jcano Hurchard of Minneapolis,
Hcssctl girl employea nf thn Internal
revenue collector's offlco, told of tho
democratic effort to raise money
from girl clerka. Mlaa Hurchard B.ild
nho had willingly donated iu irom
her aalary of 120 n month after re
ceiving ii letter from a democratic
campaign fund rnlwr rciittcHlIng her
to call at his hotel and "arrange this
matlcr." About a doicn of tho B'rl
clorks went to tho hotel, sho tctilfled,
and subsciibed 140 each at that
time. Some of tho girls who did not
have that much cash gave post
dated checks, alio mldctl.
A copy of tho letter mild to have
been received by thn gills waa pro
stnted by MIsm Coyne, who said alio,
received It from Mlw.i Marian Ar
moutrout, a stenographer. The let
ter was from I!. M. Wntcrbury, who,
M,Us Coyno M.ilil, told tho glrla ha
waa acting for Clarenco II. Meo,
South Dakota chairman for thn
democratic committee and father nf
J. Walter Mee, Internal revenue col
lector at Aberdeen. The letter said;
"Tho democratic national ciim
ntltti'i' Is raising In HiN Htnto n
fund for campaign cxpciiM'H ntul
tluihe vvli" arc imrtnUIng In Ilia
tH'iicfltN of office arc n.-kcil tn its
Mst. Yiiii mi' (smtlall) ri'iucst('l to
nrraiigc this mallei' by calling at
tho Sherman lintel, riuim 'Jill, dur
ing the nnt time ila)s,"
Mlha Coyne said some of tho let
ters were delayed because they bore
Insufficient pontage, and that the
girls had to pay I cent on them when
they were delivered.
"They had even to pay postage In
getting dutiM from tho democrats,
etui tney ; senator Kcnyon com
MIsh Coyne hold she understood
the girls who were asked tn con
t ri ti u to wrro all dependent upon
their 1120 a month salaries, that
mot of them were living away from
homo and. because rent and living
costa were high In Aberdeen, hIio
'did not believe they could afford
Miss Jesale Hurchard did not agree
with Miss Coyne's con. Insion that
She glrla were unwilling eontnliuiora
and dcnlod that they were afraid of
losing their John If they did nut con.
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Doubles Its Beauty.
A few cents Duya -jjanuer'ne Ar-
ter an application 01 innerina
you can not find a fallen hair or
any dandruff, besides every hair
ihows new life, vigor- 'brightness.
mfcx oojpf, and tblchncsa. AJvu
Faculty Members and
Students Sing SmifH
HlliKlll of rollrfff SOUKS, Intro
dii' Hon of farnlty m. ml.' is and
student to (ii'h other, nnd pre
fientlttK of new teacher, nuide In
teresting and enjoyable the annual
bonflrn anil marshnmallow toast
bebl no the Kendall coll' K" , iimptl"
Friday IIIKbt A em I it event
I . I itined fT imiIhv I" lb' pi' M' nt
w (in Ii Hi' I'M I ii Itji liat' i iil'v
wilt nil I I I III 1 1 .'in' til IIIKM
Aln .nl f 'I I i" 'I'" I't
in. pnit a bi' Ii .v ill i t" M.nid
Hpl IN). 'll I n i If k
JURY iS UNDER
Attorney flenc.ral to Have
Investigations nf aliened nime In
Tulsa county by the icrandy lur
wlin h hna Ik tin culled by .Indue Owen
'iwen. will prohiihly lie in charge
of r V. King, naidatJint attorney
general of tlm slate, vvhn i nniluoetd
the npeclal court of Inipilry luiil
It wna upon the findings of thin
court that tlm mill asking Ilia re
moval of Hlu'tlff .InltieM Wnnlley for
nlleRed fullllni lo protect Itoy lleltnn,
ItatiKed by a mob In thin rlty AtiKUt
28. waa filed III the ulnte miprvmo
court laat ThurNilay. When the
Hiipreinn court refuil to autnmarlly
otiat the aherlff, and held that the
officer coubl receive a fair trial on
tlilM county, tliu action vviin droiped
by tlm atate.
Now It la believed that tho forcea
of tho nltorney Kenernl, repreaented
by Attorney Klnn, will bo centered
mi Mich nctlnti na may lm taken by
the i;rand Jury which convenea Mon
day mnrnlnK In tho dlntrlrt court
room, In tho matter of removing
Woolley from office and tlm In
vestigation of tho pcrHnnn.il nf tho
mob which took Helton from Jill
and hanged him to n billboard near
cox OPENS UP
rOMTIMflCtl KnOM I'AOM ONI!
Hon not an Insun will bo unavailing."
In Introducing Governor Cox, Mr.
Cottorllt charged that Henalor Hard
ing, republican nominee, had for 30
years been a brewor, owning alock
In the local urewnry at Marlon, Ohio,
and also had voted 30 tlmen on the
Mr. Cotterlll also declared Oov
ernor Cox'a record In Ohio Included
n "Sunday saloon closing law and
genera! innt.il leadership."
Tho charges against the governor,
lm nld. wcro partisan politics.
Tho hrlof statement In tonights
sTieech of thn governor, who Iiiih
been ohnrwit frenuontly with being
a "wet or "damp" cniidtilate, was
determined upon during conferences
with Mr. Colterlll and otlmra on his
train today after a day df liomhurd
ment upon him In newspapers., tela
grams ami tellers ilomanuitiB
ntatement on tho subject.
Mr. Cotlerlll pralsd the record of
Oovernnr t ox on prohlhltlon and
other moral Issued In Ohio, declnr-
IliK ho secured In advance of na
tional prvhihltlnn tho saloon nun-
day closing law.
Medicines In nowder form can be
quickly nnd accurately divided Into
doses of ocjual sunn ny a new ma-
chlnn Invented for druggists
Hi wWi! f r,t " ' )M lW,r
! HARDING WILL
Tulsa Financier Returns
With Message of Cheer
from Eastern Visit
'TlllM In th'' brightest star In the
n.itirimil Ilritiniiii'M nf ciUch mul nf
Kill I am mm" firmly rnnvlmvl
I tin n evr no the renin at my visit
In the east tin-, year." said ICarl W
Hlru'lalr pre."nt nf Ih" llvibnlif "
Natlnnnt bank yesterday upon hla re.
turn from a trip to tlm Atlantic
"While Industrial Institutions are
hard prosed In the enst wllh hun
dreds of fii' Inrlen elnteil down TllISS
business r.. million I find ii, hr fx
cepll'iniill giind The spirit nf con
tentment here resulting from local
prosperity speaks well for the eon
tinned rapid growth of the city."
Concerning financial 'conditions
Mr. Him Ian la of the nplnlnn that
money matters will ease up
materially nhout the first of the
year. providing, however. Hint
Harding Is eleeted president. That
In the g neral feeling which prevails
thruiighiiiit the east, he s.tys. Hhoiild
Harding he defeated he has tin pre.
illrlloiiH in make concerning 1921
' flll'Ml I.1IIM
Oklahoma I ViilGo A flcr
Gallon Crop Finances
lly A...,ri,i t,m, ,! wur
"KIJII'iMA i ITY. H.pt II. A
rcpreicntatlvr of the (iklalmm.t
Hankere associallnn will be In Wash
ington Hivptember Itt to sie (lovernor
Harding nf the federal rcMerVe board
In regard to f InriiicInK the 1920 Okla
homa cnttnn crop, accvrdliig tn an
linutemenl tills afternoon by Hu
gene I'. Hum, secretary of the asso
ciation. To SM'iilt In Itcpiiblktuis
apwui io tin. w ria
PONT A riTY-, Okla, Kept. It
Mrs. Ilobert J. .lurdotto, wife of the
well known humorist and minister
of I.os Angeles, will speak on repub
lican day 'Saturday" at the Kay
county free fair hero next week ac
cording to nnpouticement today from
republican national headnuarlera In
Will Attend Princeton.
Otto C. Soyniour, who graduated
from Kendall collego Iat Juno, left
Krlday night to enter the theological
semlnjry at Princeton university.
While attending Kendall, Koymour
was n leader In tho work nf tho v.
M. C. A. and the Kendall gospel team
nnd filled tho pulpltn In nhurchtvi In
Girls I Make beauty lotion for
a few cents Try it 1
Bqueeio tho Julco of two lemons
Into a bottlo containing threo ounces
of orchard white, shake wall, nnd
you have a quarter pint of tho beat
frecklo and tan lotion, and com
plexion boauMflcr. at very, very
Your grocer has tho lemons nn.1
any drug Htoru or toilet counter will
supply three ouncea of orchard
white for a few cents. Massage this
sweetly fragrant lollon Into tho face,
nock, arms nnd hands each il.iv and
see how freckles and blemishes) dla-
appear and how clear, soft and rosy
whlto tho skin becomes. Yea! It Is
harmless and never Irritates. Advt.
All minor ruts null bnilva on cnslngs
ami luhcH lire rcuilmt hy u.s frisi nf
Tnko care of tho little troubles
nnd tho real worries will
Our adjustment policy guarnntcctv to
oii the full number of specified
inllcH nil every lire.
Look for the Red Man;
Ho Stands for Service.
T TAVIST, Mgr
II West Sixth Strivt
Husband a Snore' Addict,
Anfjered Wife Shoots Him
flip 'A' .' I. III I I 'Mini! '.II" "f
li'irp s wii.mi 'ii' dnein't rn'.m
anv thing )i them ' said John Wood,
as he w.ilked Into the rountv hospital
wiih .i ptstnl bullet In his right !"t
IUi.i.1'' win arrested flhe saiil John
snored and wnuTilii t .put when she
w .i 'I htm up and told him about
ii mi nhi Hb'it i lm.
oNTi vi'KH rii'iM PA'ir. nvi:
In other words, to establish n S'lnvi
system for basing rales
tinman contends that dllsens ofj
Tulsa should tint be forced tn p.'iyj
the sornii late as I.awtnn, 'ikbili" I
tna f'ltv. or some other municipality
that la located many miles from the
source nf supply, and which must
h fervid st . mm h greater ex
penss than Tulea. '
If there must be .1 raise In rates
In order to prnduro morn revenue
for the gai company. Punran con
tends It shout tie produced from
eltiea which are furnished gas at
a greater expense than Tulsa, and
that the present rato or less np
Hut he would not recommend
the present rale unless the Okla
homa Natural would guarantee
maximum service. He would allow
a discount lo consumers v henevor
the gas pressure I less ' jan 100
per cent, regardless of how great
that pressuie Milght be.
"I would establish a zone- sys
tem. Insist on maximum service,
cut off Industrial consumers, and
establish a sliding senle upward In
stead nf dnwnwHid. lly 11 sliding
scnle upward I menn that thn rate
would be higher fur largo quanti
ties nf gas than fur small quanti
ties t would ascertain the nvornge
number of ruble feet used by tho
average family ilurrng an average
month Then for alt used over this
amount I would charge a higher
rate. This would let the burden full
on wealthier families that maintain
large homes and wnn are belter able
lo pay for gas If thoy Insist on using
largo amounts) I iieiii've, nowever.
that It would discourage them
from turning on every stove and
gralo In their homes.'
Duncan Insists that at tho pres
ent rato of consumption. Oklahoma's
gns Btipply will be gnno unless n
number of large wells nre brought
In each year, and that this supply
should tie conserved for tho Inter
ests of the ordinary citizen.
Select Your Fall
Your fall hat is here in all the shapes and shades.
Many delightful styles in
NEW FALL SUITS
It is time to don that new fall suit. Many stun
ning models in two and three-piece suits for men
and yoiung men at conservative prices.
See Our Window Display
IJno of New
New XTYIMM Hingerelip Kyoglnssos or Spectacles. Very latest
i.iyte wiih Spherical lenses, complete Your choice, dlstnnco or
rejdini? examination Included. 16 50.
We Can Test Your Eyes Have the
Lenses Ground the Same Day
The extremely low prices
not the only reason why
should also consider the quality of the goods, the expert
examination l)r. Allison makes ot your eyes, and the
exactness with which tho
Ir. Allison was tho first to sco tho Injustice of such high prices and
large pturitM In tin- Op'lcal buslnehH.
When vvc -vij we give you for 8.60 a pair of glasses for which others
huge IK', vvc 1I11 not prclcnd lo lose iiiouc), but merely that wo
. in ur profit to a 1 1 1 1 1 1 In 1 it ot. This otter Is harked by our absolute
guarantee, and Iir. Allison has fitted thousands of customers who
mil testify to their good qualities.
Dr. Allison originated the Idea of
prlistt in this.i. sMioc men oiner nousc nave made a similar offer.
However, )oti should ism.-lili'r well the reputation of tlm firm Jim
The Crime of the Age
Is the t-elling of Hpoctacles and nyeglasses by Incompetent doctors In
lfmr!mcnt, ,lcvvclry and Untg Store. None of tlus.e men nro phy
sician. Ask them for their license to practice medicine In Oklahoma
DR. DWIGHT ALLISON
Cut Rate Optician
14 J! Ent Third Street Over Exchange Trust Co.
Matrimonial Stories Are
Discredited; Says She
Is Not IOngaged
Matrimonial rumors which have
been circulating In the vicinity of
tho pollen Htntlnn about Mrs M .T
Ilryiin, pollen matron, ar absolutelv
false, so the matron says. "That man
who started such fibs Is nothing hut
the oriHuiry common varliy of
prevaricator," Mrs. Itryuti itotltly
"The tale about me being engaged
waa Just a great big 'fib.' and It was
news to m when t read it 111 the
paper." she said. "I hadn't thought
of getting married and what'H mote,
. am not now thinking nf It "
And to prove tier statement she
exhibited her alleged far famed
third finger which rumor claimed
boi 1 a targe Hparkler. llut the fin
ger 'as bare. "I gueisi If I wtui en
gaged I wouldn't lm ashamed to
wear my ring, ' sho Bald Maybe not
but anyway sho didn't have It. so
that settbs it sho says.
("ntfTiNi'KD ynmi PAdB onk
cess In flnnncli.l affairs ehotilil no
longer bo held a crime, but that Un
people would realize that sound fi
nancial conditions wero for tho com
mon good' Ho advocated tho es
tablishment of n budget (system In
tho federal government, declared
tho postal service must bo put on a
new hauls and continued:
"Wo must repeal and wlpn out a
mnss of executive orders nnd laws
which falling vto aerva effectively
that purpose servo only to leave
Amerlcnn builnesn In anxiety, un
certainty and darkness."
Tho visiting crowds of businefs
men cheered thn nominee as ho hit
at the business conduct of the Wilton
administration and pronounced his
cwn program nf reform. The num
ber who heard tho Hen.itor'a two
Mpoerlica marked tho high pcait of
front jrorch crowds.
Tentative vhina for speaking trip
by the candidate to both counts have
reached the singe, It hecamn known
today, where nn Itinerary la under
discussion. Present plans would car-
we charge for eyeglasses is
you should buy hero. You
glasses are fitted.
selling $12 glasses nt these lovy
ry the senator Into many slates and
wo'ild keep him a vny from Marlon
trout of the tlnto from talc Heptem
hcr to election day.
1 llt)ilqti.irti'rs officials said a def'
nllle decision probably would not lm
ir.irhcd fT several day", but It wafl
'Indlcited that both the nominee and
Ills managers were Inclining toward
tho coast to coast proposal. The
senator hlm?lf baa taken tho posi
tion that Hhoubl he go Into the west
nl all, tic must visit every western
Hate In which thcM Is a senatorial
contest ind It la tindorstcod his wish
In that ri gard Is lo prevail. The ten 1
tativn list of clt.en to bo visited Is
to Includo Oklahoma C'py.
dormant Internes Troops
Taken In Iluss-Polc War
M'-.HM, Sept. 10 The number
of Russian soviet snldlers who c-
caped Into Oertnany under prcsaure
of the Polish troops nlong the bor Irr
now Is estimated nt 53.000 They
will bo Interned In 10 camps In 'he
Interior of Clormnny Ten tiounard
Polish troops wh osurrendered their
arms to the Oerman atithorltK"
along the east I'russlan frontier have
t'oeri interned In the Mlndcn camp
WASHINGTON, Sept. 11 Jaw-
ton, Okla., 8,030, Incrcaso 1,142 or
1 1.7 per cent. Sweetwater. Texas. !
4.307. Increase. 131, or 3 1 per cent.
We folks of Tulsa hold !
our schobl teachers in
high esteem. We trust
much that is precious and
dear to us to your care
As citizens we entrust you
with the future of our city,
our state and nation.
No city is greater than its cit
izenship. You teachers are .
training the future citizens of
Tulsa so the future of Tulsa
is in your hands.
We know that you know your task and
we propose to leave it to you with
a single suggestion.
Don't overlook the importance of teaching THRIFT
not simply in money but also in time in mat
erials in thought.
Thrift well taught soon becomes a habit A character build
ing habit-Won't you teach THRIFT whenever you can this
Wo will be glad to welcome you in the Exchange National at
any time we can serve you.
Sues Doctor for In jury
Received While Reducing
ryiirACJO, Hcpt. 11 Mrs, (ler
tnido Ixsvlnson was obesn and sho
hated It. Hhe went to Professor Lu
ther llllss' flesh reducing emporium
Now she Is suing tho professor for
1 10.000. claiming that tho rollers of
his redii' mg machine ' flattened her
out' too effccMvilynd Injured her
Visitors fo New York
arc cordially invited to view
our crchibit o Diamonds,
Sapphires, Pearls and Emeralds
in Artistic Platinum Settings.
E. M. GATTLE & CO.
PJ.ATINUMSMITIIS - JEWELERS
630 FIFTH AVENUE
Opposite St. Patrick's Cathedral
Welcome to the
Held for .Stealing fff(C
Herman Tonnunce, a neg,0 fnunr)
In possession of one cn r.. .
'pounds of coffee stolen from a t.,x
car nt Sand Springs last Wicv. u
held for action of tho U 'crat k a. j
i."jrv at the conclusion of la p.
Innry hearing yesterday before ' I
1 Yancey, tTnltid States con mii
Tho prisoner was committed t, ,
under bon I of $2,000.