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The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, December 10, 1920, FINAL EDITION, Image 11

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News of Muskogee
I Ftte I
Newest Catch Different
From Others; Has 50
Types at Home
tttt l lo Th World.
' hVko013K. Doc. 9. J. II. Dow
,11 Hpcclal lmllitn enforcement of
flr'rr l.nniled hln Hovnnty-thlril Mill
when lie raided find captured a plilce
nucr.ilecl I'V Stevn IMllenKer ntlil
jTcii IlamU'i near SUfiler. Kcveral
eillons nf wlilnkey nlid iiiikIi were
drrtroyed by others who assisted In
,htriueU pays that IiIh seventy-third
Mill J""1 "H different from the
other Kevcnty-two uh each of them
. fiom the other. Ho Imh more
than tvppH of eaplured ntllln nt
hi lionie In McAlejtor. They hanR
out ''Iff fence on IiIh plaeo for
tho cillfltatlon of Ilia nclBhbors, ho
I'lml Duiiitn for Hrrmernl Atltrm.
Ouncrs of two of tho ears found
if the iK'to liandltB" rendezvous two
v'ecks Bo have been found by pn-
Jfife. THO iwti nirn imii 1 1 inu- f
ttbtnl ami tho parts Interchanged
tn that tney were scarcely rccuRmi
able but officers say tho owners
nave Identified them. Tim owners
ar0 Unman A. Uobrr. newspaper
man and Dr. J. HutehliiKS White.
Tlulr machines wero taken nearly
mo months wen,
llrforo the bandits den was dis
ordered and broken tip two weeks
neo ,12 machines wero stolen In
November alone. Since tho raid,
onlv ntin machine, that bcloimlnK to
O, "V. Leopold of Muskogee. 1ms
hrtn stolen and It was recovered nt
Atoka a few days later. Hy reason
of this fact, pollen say that they
have broken up tho gang that was
responsible for most of the thefts
arouml here In recent months.
Mrs. .lack Culver, Muskogee worn
M. H being helil nt Atoka for the
'itff.t theft. Sho was In the car
when It was spotted by Atoka of
"Iccis. May Try Hiinictt In Oklahoma.
The Jackson Harnett case tn.iv
nn' be opened In Oklahoma, said
lncthn officials today In comment
Ins upon the dismissal of tho case
ncalnst the rich ("reek Indian and
hi ynuiiR wife In Kansas. With the
rase In Kars.is out of tho way, th"
roail Is cleared for action through
Oklahoma courts. It Is understood
While no Immediate action Is
contemplated. It Is reported that
furt her suit to separate tho Ill-mated
pair maj' be undertaken within the
ntxt few months. In tho meantime
Indian officials nro letting tho young
wife get hold of no tnor money
than thev can help. They lecently
refui(l to allow her $5,000 to nlv
lackson a "real Christmas."
Knty Safely Commission Meets.
I!emolng the rubbish from' the
rlEht-of-uay, Inspection of switch
locks, nailing ui boards on bov
ears, anequate flro fighting equip
ment, wnrntng tho public against
carelessness In handling gasoline
noar tho tracks, and allowing chil
dren to pl.iv near the fracks. were
among measures discussed at the
meeting nf tho Katy railroad safety
first commltteo hero today.
Arret Alleged Anto Tlilcf.
.tack Culver was arrested here to-
d.iv on a charge of stealing an auto.
His wife Is being held at Atokn In
connection with tho theft nf an auto
here. Culver was with his wlfo nt
the time of her arrest but managed
to elude officers there.
Tf 1 r if! jf jj
I fol v Holler Sentfiici-d to Veil.
Hud Tracy, Holy Holler preacher
at McKee, who wnK arrested at ti
revival meeting recently charged
with assaulting an IS-year-old girl,
lias been sentnnrcd to serve n jenr
and a day In tho state penitentiary
at MeAlester. Indignation over the
Incident camo r-ar causing n lynch
Ing tiarty at the tlmo of tho crime.
While In Jail. Tracy went on a hun
err strike that lasted one week, at
t")c end nf which tlrfio follow
pflsnners discovered that ho was
ffcttlng food by a secret route.
Walters'' Vnlnit rights Cnfc- Owners.
A fight Is looming here over the
organization of a wallers' and wait
resses' union, which Is being foster
ed hy Hobert Lyons, national or
ganizer for tho Amerlcnn Federa
tion of Labor. John Coe, proprie
tor of the largest cafo here. Already
lias declared for an open shop, whllo
other enfo owners nrej expected to
follow hit lead.
According to restnurant owners,
waiters and waitresses arn getting
from J1S to $2T a wecU and nro sat
lufliil with conditions. They believe
that the union organization will bo
unsuccessful hero.
l.eai'K I'ederal .lull for Countv.
11 A. Miller of Madlll. Marshall
nunty. stepped from federal Jail
here today Into the nrms of Hob
She'l, deputy sheriff of Marshall
nunty, who arrested hint on a
jjliarge of grand larcenry. Miller
V'iis Just finished serving a 60-dnv
erm for bootlegging, In fedural Jail,
Tvto .Men Co to Mexico.
I.ucien K. (Jnolsbv of Muskogeo
nnd Abel 13, Ooolsby of Silpulpa
have applied for passports to go to
Mexico on olllbuslness.
Mowbray uncVortafclng Co.
90! S. Ilouleler Vhonu 329
Ambulance Service. Advt.
bv Sblliac of Qeminine cAppard
Ultra Modish Dresses at $9.95
Just received fresh from the Tailors needle, dresses that you will immediately recognize as the equal of those you
nave priced at $30, $40 and $50 each. Your choice of any one of the fourteen styles in any size and in either silk
or worn embroidery in this entire lot of wool and serge dresses
CQ.95 Christmas
Drastic Disposal ol Corsets at Give-Away Prices $1.39--$5-$7.50 Hand Embroidered Brassieres and Bandeaux 98c
Shoe Styles
Bargains Bargains Bargains
Throughout our entire line of newest styles
in shoes for Men, Women, and Children.
Rubber Footwear
A drastic disposal sale of our entire stock
of fresh rubber footwear, so desirable for
this weather, at unreasonably low prices.
Men's Wear
$215.00 valueB, closing out at .$16.50
$35.00 values, closing out at $22.50
$45 to $50 values, closing out nt . .$32.50
. . r -v .VI .i. U '' nor a- r ,
$2.50 khaki pants, a great big value $1.45
$5.00ftlole3kin" khaki pants, pair $2.45
$5.00 part wool pants, speciul at . . . .$2.95
$7.5Q-part wool pants, this sale . . . .$3.95
$10 part wool and serge pant $5.95
$22.50 to $25.00 values $12.95
$150.00 values at $19.95
$85.00 to $40.00 values at $27.50
$45.00 to $50.00 values at $37.50
Ladies' Wear
$50 ladies' coats will now go nt . . . .$29.75
$75 ladies' coats will now go at . . . .$49.50
At Give-Away Prices
86.95, $8.95, $12.95
$19.95, $24.95, $29.95, $39.50,
$49.50 and $69.50
$25 bl:ick lynx piece, now . . i . . . $9.95
$30 red or gray fox piece, now . . . .$11.95
$35 wolf piece, brown, taupe or
black $17.50
Freshest of the new, mid-season styles. Gems of Putter's Millinery Studio. At
prices that will convince you that these dainties are little short of Christmas
$3.95 Waists $3.95
Values alone made possible hy 'quantity
purchases. Georgette and tricotino waists
of striking quality at Christmas gift prices.
For Ladies and Misses Values to $7.50
Christmas di QC Christmas
Special tyA.ZD Special
Wool Sweaters
Charming models that we have been fea
turing at $3.95, to close out Qff
now at pUD
$1.50 boys' union suits, winter weight 95c
$1.00 boys all-leather gauntlet gloves 25c
Men's heavy overalls, $2.50 to )(
$3.00 values, to go at tpJL.O
Men's $2.50 flannelette QK I
pajamas, special I
Men's worh shirts, very best grade, 7Q I
a regular $1.50 value for OC I
772 rzk&
All Leather Purses
.Stunning new tooled designs. Values from
$4 to $(J.50. Your np
choice p7D
The Bargain Center of Tulsa
Misses' night gowns, now soiling at 95c
Sq-in. bleached muslin, special, yard 132c
50c Ensign percales, very special, yard 25c
35c good quality, misses' hose, pair . ,19c
35c outing flannel, a surprise at, yard 19c
Special $4 blankets, your choice now $1.95
Special $4.50 comforters, choice . . . .$2.45

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