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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1920.
BABY KILLED IN AUTOJCCIDENT Drumright Man Runs Into Another Car; Injures Woman; Kills Baby FIRE DESTROYS HOME Pan of Grease Catches Firo From Stovo; House and Contents Lost ninuey lf Cleveland, Okla,, wan u irlnontf in tho Creek county Jail lr today, held "ii n charge of niirder as r"ult o tm? lcftlh of Die eisht-inoritlm-olil child uf Mr. ttii Hr. lllrnm Loupe of Drnm nhl In un automobile noridont In Drumright lint Haturday night. According to tnfdrmatlon secured f, tht county Rtturney'M office, Mrs. liupf. who WB" 'overcl in jured In the accident 1 In a Druni rlM hospital not expected to live. ,jhe uHuind tntcrnul Injuries undi jsO'ib if her shoulders broken. Thf loupes were driving along a iirfft In Drutnrlght when Hamoej alleged ti hnvo approach.! thum from the rear, driving nt a h.'Bht nite rf npeed III" "tr crashed Into their machine, hurling It into u dlteh. Tho ,,by wan killed instantly anj Mrs. boupe won badly Injured. Mr. LouDf. lho wan driving, escaped sc- rlom Injury. IlnmBcy wan nrrwtod Xy the Drumrlght police, together with a woman who wns riding with Urn. The woman later wad released nd tho polleo decllno to glvo her name. llniiMJ HcMrojiil by l"1r A two-story fromo house, bolong-lir-toW. H Stroup and occupied by 0. C. nclton nt 40 North Fourth tlrttt, was burnoil to tho ground uid tho en'lro contents destroyed nt idon today, when ft pin of grnasu on the kitchen elove oiiutRrt fire, Tho lets wins estimated nt about JdtiO. The flames had Rotten beyond con trc; nlicn thu fire departmont nr tli fit. New Cnfctorlu lo IIo Opened. The cafctirla to be run In con rectlon with the rlomenlc science rource at the high rchoil Is to be rpencd October i. The cafeteria la to be under the supervision of the domestic science teacher, Miss KthM Kellcy. Two meals n, dny will be, terved; n Wnch nt nocn and nn eve hlng meal; .Not only the high fccliool IiUpltn will cat their meats here, but outsldere will nlso be fcetved. It N thought that tho dining romi wilt nccomnrjilato 10U pernor. nt iv meal. Ulna of the domestic solcnso classes will nts'si In serving tho food. At t roAcnt .hern niu 72 girls taking tlv domestic nolcnro course, the ho are C Ivldcd into thtco c!.u.u with 21 Rlrtn In each clow. 1 1 lull fccliool Knmllmcnt Increases. Enrollment reported ut the high school iithe end of thn Hjeond week Is a:i5, ljist yenr at tho end of the first month the enrollment whs. only Ii!7. U Is thought the Inrrense will bo more by tho end of tho inoiun. An orchestra has been fonuod of high school pupils ul'li .Mint l'.uU Hmlth bn instructor. This Im rondo up of pupils who woro In tho orchestra, last year and pupil who wore In thu the Junior High orchestra last year, Fifteen sludriits have enrolled In the theory of mimic class, taught by Mies fcinlth. H was decided to Innugur.ito It this car for pupllc who Intend to take the fine arts course ut the unl versAy later At least ouo chapel period a week Is to bo ilcvoltid to cl.crus singing. The Journalistic i lass under Miss Dnbhs. has a num ber of student In Hi iMaj, jf Ton Know of Anyone llortn; Epilepsy It lll be an act of kindness nn your put to call his attention to the Kcilne Treatment for Epilepsy or Kits. For over i0 years Koblno hns mcciMfully comrntted this dread illn'KC (onln?, strt-nmhcnlng and rntnlne th whole nervotm system, rrcvtnti return attacku If taken In time. Larrt boltlf, t!. If not mlUtl-rl. ftftrr ulr.r four mony will he rturnJ. JVrlle Ut trt trettliHi on ICplIrpir. Knslne Cnmnny, 1101 Ifllh St. S. V Washington, I. C. by lloy Ovlittnn. Phftrmftc, in o. Main cAlomel HORROR TOLD BY DODSON i'ou Don't Need to Sicken, Gripe or Salivate Self to Start Liver. Tou're bilious, sluggish, const) Piled. You feel headachy, your itomach may be sour, your breath fad, your skin sallow and you bo llie you need v'le, dangerous calo mel to start Ilvcr'and bowels. Herts my guarantee! Ask your fnigaUt for a bottle of Dodson's UVerATono and tnltn ft nhnnnflll In. nlhtAlt It doesn't start your liver -u uaiKiuen you risni up uciior man calomel and without grlplnc or ,un hick i vrnni you 10 ko tk to tho store and get your Take calomel today and tomorrow rou will feel weak anil alfk and Muteited. Don't lose a7day. Tnke 'poonful of harmless, vegetable ooason'i I.lver Tone tonight and Wflka i ,.11 i .11 . . i - . 5mm harml(Bn. Klvo It to your ..ui.i, any time, j i can t salivate Advt, 8nnilKUis Will Atlciul (inino, A party ot Bapuliia business men vlll attend the .tpulpa-()klahoma City football gnmo at Oltlnhomu City l-Vldny. Thus far S5 naimr arc on the lltt ot these who will imikt. tp tho iwrty. A run'ber of itupulpa etiilt'iits nt tho sUte iin.vornlty at Nirman will ulso attend. Jlnnv S:i- pulpntm at the Hlato fair at tho capi tal will wllnexs tho clash with the f'klahnma City grldHters. PHONE PATRONS , KICK ON SERVICE 10,000 toj'ick Cotton Are "Needed by State 130 O. C. People Answer; 108 Say Service Poor, 11 "Fair", 11 "Good" lly A p-nr l M ,tl Pruis Klein wire. OKLAHOMA CITY, Hopt 28 Of in (iuestluiinutre.1 sent to Mib-n-rlbers of the Houthwustc ru Hell Teletihnno company at Uklnhoitu Cltv the state corporation commls elon today had received 1311 replies, Kleven reported their servlco as "good" 11 "fair" and lot "poor." Answers from Tulsa, MUekogue, Ok- ililgee and Ardmoro have not been received In large numbers ntul havu not been rlalfted. The Inquiries were mado In prep nrntlnn for the hearing before the commlslon next Monday when tho company N cited io show why Its eomp'iny filed applications with tho company fillet application!: with the cntnml'slon -ccently asking that the rates In the five cities named bo Increased. In addition in the nuesllor.nln-i uhlrh have been nnswered and re turned to the commli-slon. n large number of letters hnvo been re ceived describing telephone vervlcv. lly AeflneUted Preen. nl(o wlrr. OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. Ten thousand rotti n iilckers THLOCCO ESTATE CAN'T BE TAXED biutidlcrs WJio Robbed TTt,1. T A A AT r iv s J-4 Ncffraea Sent to Pen 1AUIIIU! VSljUV IS flUUUUIimu For Next Week at Majestic from ' Muskogee County Put ting It On Rolls outside tho rtate are needed !)' tjftti: xj .... Oklahoma cottMi 'friowen. Immedl- JlUlgO WllliamS RCStraiUS ntelv nl.d an mldlilonal 10,000 will be required wllhlu the next three w celts Claude K. Cnun.illy. etnte la bor commissioner, an,H'uiic,-d today. Tl... , .1.1.1.. Itl ( Oklahoma Is Mrtimllj exhausted and 1 V"".,X,,':,, I"'"' o . unlres help Is received fr.ui. tther: MUHKOUKP., OkiA., Hepl, 38, A states the cttn crop w1l, suffer lenipornry restraining order was l "heavy ilnm.iRi,' tho labor commls- sued by Judge Itobert l. WlllluiiM sinner dechiri l Southern s'alis, lie m ,(, i'(fa Htates il'irirlcl court MILLER U. S. ATTORNEY I'nxlng In I'rimpcvt. DUNCAN. Hept. 29. The city commUslnners are tbU wcek jiub llslilng the first esllninlcs for ad ditional ptvlng for nuncan. It Is ixpecttd that the city will soon bo In ihe midst of a street paving cam paign as petitions nco belrS circu lated, which If successful, will moan I ho paving of about KO nddltlonal blocks. New repenting mechnnlsm for phonngruph reeordu automatically sets the needle back to any desired point on u record nr will continue to play It ns many times as wished. ea'd. could ...pply Ihe need niwtvcf- hcro (MRjf rrHlrnllllK ,,, ct,unly ' treasurer of Muskogee county from Jdrte ng the risourcoH of tho famous Jlarney Thlncco oil lease on tho tax bonks for tax collection nseoesmenlH .Minkoctv Uiw.wr Who srtt'd Tom-1 Tho ease wrts set for November IS Mir:iill) In I'liuv to (id .lob. '.for trial 'fTearlng. Tim ristinlnlnic Mt'SKOfUCK, Okla, Sept. 39. order was Issued upon application C. W. Miller, former I'nlted BtateH ,)f , ,,,r(,Vcr nitorney for the eastern dls.ric! : ..f T,1(, ThlM.fu r,.Klir),0t, ,IH pklahomn was today s a ted. ijccord- , ,h , V)l 0 ,,r,,or- !ng to reports, for appolh inent ngn hi , , , , , it... uttlt.r. n .irrAi.il Arrnllinln i - . . lly A..,.. 'nir.l I'tm ulalr wire Mi UK" 'ill l: tikla , Pept. 29 - Two penitentiary sentences and one Jiill leri.i !.. .j. iili . nt by Wedernl .Itldge lU.lieit I. WlllluniH tokiy to ti e tin i v nu n wIim ero convicted last .lime al MeAlMler of having swlndl l neiiroes of this dlsirlit out of tlifiosmi : cf d'dl.ilH, C. T. HuriiH. w.iite lawyer, am) Howiro linnks, tigio hi vrn given II months In federal pilMin, Will sppesl Ibelr cases. It Is under dood, but K I'.. lMv., rdr. negr), will uccepi Ins (150 fine. Horns and IPaniis nlso iliew I..00 funis llenrls. whose rcslgimtlon becomes tipHfHy nf HUli ,v(d lit; ownership effective October 1. The appointment , control of the prone' tics. Is to be mnde Friday by Judge Hon- - ert L. Williams and will be tempo-1 tary until a permanent appointment Ii mode Mr. Miller occupied the of fice as temporary uppolnlec of Judge j Williams, following the rislgn.itlon j of A P. Mi-Olnnls Inst October, the permanent appointment liner going to Mr. Hands. Muk"gce DfiwMTntA Orgnnlc. MPSlOKlF.i:. Okla, Hept. 29. Orgnnl7tlon of Cox-ltoosevclt clubs will bo perfecteil In each of the 4S voting precincts In Muskogee, county. It was announced today fol-i lowing a Joint meeting Inst night ofi the commilleo on nrgnnimii"" " clubs. Tho first of thn-clubs will be launched Saturday , DelcgnliM In ClcM'l.'iml. I'ONCA CITY, Sept. 29 I'.lmer I'aiuier Is icpresciitlug ill I'onca City Anieilcnn lgiuii post at the Mnloiml runienlloti In Cleveland null I.e. in II Urown Is repiesentlng 'he Illii'kw.-U post. The I'oncit City post, at Its lust meitlog, votoil iiniinlmiiiinlv in peiliinii the next Klnlo lenlsintme nsklug for funds with which lo erect mid eiUlp a slalo hospital for former service men, nn ul ironing biwiid ran lolled i oiiip.n ly for s oriiHC Im BIG VtS ors. are wnrnlntr the public in;. Imnle colH and rnlld cases of '"iiuenza often lead to pneumonia They ri. rl0" complications. e.i... , ' every coia snouia re- S, . 'm'ndlate attention and that nut. ,n lno .treatment is to i.."ure ,hat the 'liver Is active, feri.J Purpose Calotabs, the per i.2' na"Baless calomel tablets Mih BUrt,t. best and most agree- italiS '''l0,ob h"l time with a no . "finer inai s an, no sans, jr."'"'''. anrt no upsetting of tho lr't ,"on n,ul appetite. NexCmorn- IIy-i. , i co,(1 na3 vanished, your Ild A",nctive' 'ou'- ytem is purl- ''land refreshr.,1 inrl villi nr l.n.l. b.L'r .w,th hearty appetite for Eat what you please, HO An...l ol5yVr Protectlpn, Calotabs are 5?.?Jy ln ''rleinal sealed packages, r-Jo "nrty.ffvo conts. All druggists and . cr"1 nnil Kuarantoo Calotabs trS.,1.0 authurlied to refund the DOCTORS USE CALOTABS FOR -'COLDS AND FLU . Influenza anrl r.rinnp. T.iUn uiu nrv n me 1 nnti ivn m Calotabs, tho Purified and 3 "cuucu uaiomci Taoicts That Arc Nauaenless, Safe and Sure. MARSHALL & PURDUM- SHOES SHOE SALE Announcing a General Cut in Prices. More Sales Will Have to Make Up (or Smaller Profits. We Are Making a Strong Bid for Your Fall Business. Thousands of Dollars Worth of Men's and Women's High Grade Shoes at Greatly Reduced ' Prices Women's High Shoes Men's High Shoes Shirt Special Men you can'ilffortl lo misa the values wc uro offer iiiK in hltth grade shirts at .35 and $1 .85 JL A wide variety of desirable colors to select from. TIicbo shirts are high grade percale and madras with soft cuffs and will give long wear and absolute satisfaction. Seo them in our Main street window you will want a num ber of them. HOLMES CLOTHES SHOP 223 SOUTH MAIN J "Humnresqtie," tho reigning sen-1 sallon of the screen world, Is lo bo; shown In Tulea, In fact the engnge- ment is announced for next week nt tho MaJetle theater This Is HUro lo be greeted with satisfaction by theatergoers who desire, to view Urn finest uxainplfH of tho cinema art. "lllimnrcue" has raptured the hearts nf nmvln fulls everywhere. In Now York city this cnpllvatlug slory ran for 12 wevkn nt the Criterion iheiiter. where tho admission price wns tl, III Chicago "lliimoresiun" Is still enjoying It triumphant giigemeut, while In Kiuisns City tho picture Is In its fourth week. Critics are praising "llumnresouo." They declare that II Is the very finest photoilrnma ever produced' Tho slory by Fannin l(urst won In- ternntintini tamo wnen run serially In the Cosmopolitan tnngnr.lnn nnd Is given a perfect production, while tho ehnrnclers nro enacted by nn nll-slnr enst of players headed by Vera flordon and Alma lltibens. During the performaticn in New York City, Allan Onle, America's foremost dramatic ctltlc, wrolo ns follow st "Thoso Knntorsl Thore Is genuine hlininr In the portrayal of these curious Must Hldo denizens. It Isn't tho loud, vehement humor of the usual 'picture,' but n nubile, rhilekly sort of l.timor. nipper Kantor iinnsuii 1h nultn the t'otnsh and Perlmiltlur class, but Mummer Is one ot the most endlirlngly memorable 'moth ers' I hnvo ever seen staged, Mom mer Kanloii does for 'llunuiresiiue' whnt tho keenly maternal nolo can best suggent. "I call the work of Miss Vera (lordou na Mommer Knnton perfectly nmtchleis, It I a magnificent plrco nt work, Kven tho most callous need not expect In escape 'a lump III the throat" as they view Mom mer Knntnr In 'IlumnrcHiiuo.' 'The picture excels In Its 12ast Side types. And 'types' Is thn right word. As for chlldrri) . . . they nro Irresistible. Tho little boy who 'wiggles his cars' and you seo him iln It Is a 'fltul,' And tho little llnttlsta girl who Impersonates tho undeveloped Alma Itubcns honestly, when nno views such work from a mere chit of a child one ahUs, as I have often dansi How can an actor boast nf his 'nrt'.when Ills best ef forts can be dtlplcnted by a rhlldt "'Htlmoresfitle' la something ar dently new In pictures, , . Ono scene In 'HumoreUo' wns so ad mirably dona that It will remnln with me. It wns the scene in wiucn tun boy given a, concert tor tho benefit of his own' down on tho Hast Side. . . . This scene la shown In de tail nnd Is the most uuUsunl thing t have seen scroenud or staged for that matter. "The crowded Kast Bide theater, tho curious types, their quaint man ner of receiving the 'artist' muke an Unforgettable Incident, H there wero nothlngliio In 'llumorcsquo' and, of course".' there Is everything elso this Dicenn alnnn would stamp It nn unique. Miss Alma Rubens was a singularly lovable little heroine My hat Is still off to Mlsa Oordnn, and I may mention Mr l)oro Dnvldson'n companion picture AS excellent. . , . 'Ilumoresque' sols n. new picture pace." Advt. OUR REGULAR HIGH QUALITY Values to $17.00, now. . . .$12.85 Values to $13.50, now $10.85 Values to $12.50, now $ 9.85 Odd Lots, now. . . r. $ 7.85 Pumps Oxfords Ties THE BEST MONEY CAN BUY Values to $18.00, now $13.85 Values to $14.50, now $11.85 Values to $12.50, now $ 9.85 Stetsons $16.85 and $17.85 umps, Oxfords, Ties Snappy Fall Styles Values to $17.00, now $11.85 Values to $13.00, now $ 9.85 Values to $10.00, now $7.85 SILK HOSE Values to $4 now $2.45 Materials Oiir Second Largest Expense NEXT TO THE MONEY paid employees, the cost of materials is the most important factor of expense in operating any tele phone system. PUBLIC REGULATION FIXES the price we may charge for1 our service but it, does not keep the price of materials down. Wc must pay current market prices for the materials we re quire to maintain our plant and equipment. Since 1914 the average price of . RAW MATERIALS REQUIRED TO FURNISH TELE PHONE SERVICE HAS INCREASED 78 PER CENT. BUT IN SPITE of the burdens of rising wages and increased cost of materials, resulting in insufficient revenues, our whole effort has been to maintain our equipment and to, furnish good service. i WE CANNOT. REASONABLY be expected to continue supply ing service at inadequate rates; and therefore we are now ask ing for rates sufficient to pay expenses and earn a moderate return. SHOES SECOND AND MAIN Southwestern Bell Telephone Company tteja.Ayavuuaro not dollghted with