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TULSA DAILVWOttLt), THURSDAY, JANUARY G, 1021.
miONEL SCOn ,.r- I T opposts i Deem 4 i 'onnnnnn State oik on Hospital AIL FAV0RS0LDIERS Ample Facilities Hurks AkhIii.sI Combine, fprcliil to Tin Worl.l, I'ONCA CITY, Jnti, 6. I'onca City is bullillntr Its ohm sidewalks aa the result of mi nlloKid combine on the tmrt of loi-nl contractors nut to Mil on pldcw.ilk coimtrurtlun, ns n-iiucstPil by tho city eommltotiprn. All nlk nro to bo built umlrr direct city supervision and 11 contract, with this provlnlon, h.1.1 boon Khon to T II. Curtcr. Where, tho vnlln arc jmlrl for In rash by property owners tlii-y.. will roHt nbout I!0 cunts per simrn foot where they nro paid for lnclty wnrrnnts, about sr. cents Ncwh of Sapid pa State " ":.MBrl ln That .May e vaihy.- Purpose Witliout uuruun ''".'.. r.iTV. Jan. G. Ono OKLAIIi'.u.v n- - - fririaU appropriation uppcarB to Se been M.b...crBcl for a tnoro Vincent f fort 1 "euro nctual re '"I i. .bled oldler of Okta . ml Hi tact, tbo J2.000.000 np- TZ'u .0 11 "0,dh,r8' ,,W,p,0U f, tn.L.cJ at Oklahoma City, us TllJly adverted W nml klh.ntfon pmpauandlstK, iu not to o Mkcl f t and Is not expected. i ml IliiRli Soott. In charno of ,hitt. I moulSii son-ice for Ok hJ !!! ii v utso In charno of h0' nm.im i lo m-curo relief for ;5c t I obllers of Oklahoma nrf as been confurrlnK with mem fir. of lie leKlslaturo relative to lrI,nin.ni: in what way this ran r:"eco. l t.i-1 nna t what runt, u ll "' certain that an effort III b" I) ado to necuro tho stnie- .m.rv 'i adomy. Thero uro bar racks tl" c which can bo utilized, and the structures propur tan bo re ,iJlcd for lesi than tho nnioiiTu 07?;,neJy 0 bo asked for to maintain 'tlvl'oo. or LiSble nilvantaBO to tho Htato ns he unlcrnlty can Imncllo tnoso wno to take milltury training, and :? ,r., many loKlslators who mould voto aBlnst an appropriation for malnlennnro of tho Institution, l-clonfl Kolt Mated that tho Insti tution Is favorably located for a sol oW hospital and In thu event tho ,tal(! trtioulil turn It over for that tiuri'Ose. 1' would rellovo tbo pres tnt enierKf ncy ami solvo tho dllem mi without aildlne. moro exponso to the people, providing it In the In tuition to provide for tho. academy js IWcd on tho budget. "Wo really need a hospital," said Colonel Scott. "I um conscious of . ...... 1 . . n ... Vl 1 1 mt u nhim tllC lUCl IH'll- HI" ,H.w.wi ,'..... for a structure to rost $2,000,000 Is beyond Oklahoma's means nnd fliould not bo akol for. Wo nro In idlro need, however, and tho ultua- tlon IS terilKlH. ll sumo ui iiiu bull'Ilnfis for other Institutions could be provided for this purpose, to bo ifterwards maintained by tho gov jrnment. It would not bring very heavy expenso to tho slato, and I m sum Hint no citizen of tho state feels other than kindly toward tho disabled soldiers. It is regrettable that some who did not havo tho authority to act should havo caused many peoplo to becomo prejudiced I do not know If any Institution can bo dispensed with; I do know tha e havo too many of thorn, nnd It occurs to mo that If tho legislature can fix us with a suitable placo and by a llBhl appropriation enable us to remodel it for a comfortable hos pital, It will be ono of tho construc tive acts of tho Eighth olglklature." Colonel CholmeleyJones, director of tho war InsurancorrlBk board, was quoted in Washington dlspatehcs of recent date with stating he had con ferred at Cleveland, Ohio, with Brlwdler-Oencral Hoy V. Hoffman relative to tho conditions of Okla homa's disabled, and that General Hoffman had declared it possible to set a relief measuru pabsed by the Oklahoma legislature that would end tho present lack of facilities. It Mas prior to this Intervlow, however, that certain Oklahoma members of the American legion commenced a hard campaign to secure a $2, 000,000 appropriation from tho legislature for the hospital, alleging that if this amount were appropriated and hos Rjtal erected, tho government would e'tulp and maintain It, and.'nt the expiration of ten years, return the structure for tho 'uso of ,the slnto of Oklahoma, Fueh a resolution has been pre pared but at this writing has not been Introduced In congress, and probability of its being enacted Is wpiewhat remote. IMPROVE TOMATO CROP llurbank Has a Itlvul In Kny County; Itaiieli ).in Klihlira In ..,, Cattle Culture. M-.UMItK, Jan. 4. An improve ment In his tomato crop through 'he raving of his own tomato Hired lias resulted In w. a. Kislier of New "Tk raising ono of tho largest and jnoat profitably tomato crops In ears. according to n report of W. county V cuunly ,nrm n'cnt of Kuy tr3". "'fcrt'mr tho early, perfect "'""oes from vlnca that wcro nn2iyii'ro,luci,r"' Mr Fisher devel oped his tomatoea no they enmo up Tjriy and bore heavy. nolld fruit. V dray declares. Selection of seed nm desirable plants caused the h'iproyement In other farm lr'P, ho said. ,r,,i r?',n? activities among boys' "id KhW ,,B ciui, ln Kuy counJy, U at,;'i'ori,,0,t,Mr- (lray's Point- out hit , t. M (lel''y ranch east of hero to i,nJ crc' u! 81,11 yturllnK heifers c?u LV"1 EMh ot u,o agricultural 7h? wlil ti,k0 l or 20 year ?b,h ' "'T4 Th" ranch will fur SSf.r. i! hull to breed tho Prti0r?nR? t,h('n offer 11,0 hull as a lhri k boy or B'rl wl'o makes Ory saysU'COr1 W,lh a hcUer' J,r' ftr." 1;1(lltio' to furnishing tho hel- f? on u a.K rls ,,,Jr '"'"Unf them mon- th.t heifers will bo Insured k "fclflr nut lose hlH money. Has BUSINESS SCHOOL HEReI Ml-prlail to Iho World. KAITU'A. .Mil S .Stanley U , Urcbs nnd l'ryor I ruin, two of tho best known business e.perts in (lie t'nlted States will bo here next week at the merchants' and community Institute, to be held from Monday until Krldny nt the high school au ditorium under Um nutplceu of tho Utislucss men's association. This Is to lie nil lntenlvo school of liiMtriu itou In which salesuian-i ship, advertising, aecnuntliiB, store display and community development Villi tie studied. Tills Institute Is I tho beginning of an acthc ye.u's program which will bo curried on In S.ipulpa by tho lluslnwri Men's association to promote tho growih of tho rlty and community spirit, according to tho secretary, W. K. Cnntrell. Car Turns Owr, Injures Tvo. Mrs. Maggie Kverngu of thn Pull, man hotel, nnd W. It, Itlntr, were painfully injured jesterday after noon when Mry. leverage's car uirniil ovir t'm. units fi -o S.i pulp. i on the Tu'h.i Id. ill i Mrs. (''.verago le. ulved a bad ill', on her arm, her anklo was Injured! and she teeelved a number of other! cuts and hrulc. Illah' bad seveial libs broken, niul siiffniod olhei In juries. Mrs. Kvenigo -bad turned out to pass another car when lin ear went In the iIik h. llotaiiaiis ltauiiu-l mi (juall. A "nuaH banUet" was given last evenliiK by the iiiembers of tbo Itntary club, Hlxty Uotarlans and their wives were present end 10 ad ditional gut-sin. The ipiaits hud been Kilted bj several numbers or the cluli. lOaiiy t'osler made ill, piimlpal talk of the evening, Moulder's llve pleee nrehestrit va riegated the evening piouiiuu. Other numbers on tho prouinm was a vocal solo by Mrs. Carl llunhes, aepompiuiled bv Miss Ktliul Wll Hams, n reading by Mrs. Arthur Itlack and the ' Itusty HIiiB"" Hilar let. riimposvtl of Claude Muster, Dlek llarton, Joe Holmes and llilbei Hughes. A Hpaulsh i oncern Is making yarn of paper obtained from edili aij ilu. wood. (.riS IIAtK licit I'ltOI'l-.ll'IY Indian tilil ,Ick I nfali- Ileal and Court Itc.ilorcs laitid, Mprotal n 1 tid World. PONcA CITV, Jan, p.- Ksthor Pappan, n Kay Indian girl of this county, has been given bark tltln to Iht 100 a. .'os of land near West Plains, .Mo., as the reitult of her flllug it suit In thn Howell county Mo., circuit court against W. Itlehardsoii, a wealthy real i state dealer, .She nsked for JIO.000 damages, charging that In trading hor 100 uiies and II.OOO In cash for his S0- ncro farm, that ho had rnlsropte sunted tho facts and defrauded her. During tho trial thu ilcfoiiBo pro posed to Undo back and this was accomplished. Highway Men on Tour. Rprolal to Tin world. PONCA CITV, Jan. 6.- yru.i Avery of Tulsa, president of ttio Al bert Plko highway, and party ur making a trip over thn proposed roiito.i botween Tulsa mid nolntu west. Ono of these routes Is via Ollton and DrumrlBht to Htlllwnler, nnd the other via Pawneo and Mor rison. This tour Is tnken to make a final selection of the routes. i I i I i .i in i m u ShouldaWife attempt to retain her husband's love by foisting upon him a child not their own? SHOES 1 lOiUhrchJ TURK BROS. Cross tULSA'S LARGEST SHOE DISTRIBUTORS Extra Special- 318 South Main St. OXFORDS Militury Oxfords in black and brown suede or kid C4 or leather. Special v'dLOD BECAUSE WE SELL FOR LESS Extra Special 318 South Main St. PUMPS Pumns in Hutin or kid leather, also one or two-strap models Off in patent or kid go at , . tj)fl:Otl For those who can, please shop in the mornings as our enormous evening trade is getting "greater every day, only by selling such world known footwear as I. Miller of New York, Dorothy Dodd of Boston, Red Cross of Cincinnati and John Kelly of Rochester for ladies, Buster Brown for children and Florsheim for men. To the above designers of footwear we owe part of our success, the other part is due to every man, woman and child in Tulsa and vicinity who has helped us to make Turk Bros. Tulsa's largest shoe distributors. i Unmatchable Values for Women 318 South Main 1 JKPSEPfc-- KiV17Kl NVi.l 7taw.-X Hi 'f . '4w vsssr r 4Tnn" cc sm mm Dress Boots in hanjl turn soles, high Louts kid covered heels. Colors of gray, taupe, brown, black, and combination colors in . (jA QP satin and suede. Special at Pl:Otl Brogue Oxfords in genuine Goodyear welt. Colors of OLA ft brown, mahogany or golden brown. Special at )4:OcJ Military Boots in black, brown, or gray, in genuine J Off Goodyear welt; a nifty, new mode. Special PJbOcJ $4.85 Unmatchable Values for Men 318 South Main r sisM ' ' ' Children's Shoes In all sizes from 00 in infants to sizes for 18-year-old boys and girls, in every style from the dancing pumps for boys and girls to the everyday school shoes. 1otr At Our Departmentizeid Shoe Store 412 South Main Street Style Plus Quality at 412 South Main This is what makes Turk Brothers the talk of the city. Such wonder ful new spring models in suedes, satins, and kid leather, in colors of midnight blue, Tobasco brown,' black, and aluminum gray, in styles made by such firms as Red Cross of Cincinnati, J. 4k K. of Cincinnati, JohiJCelly of Rochester and I. Miller of New York. Priced at $12.50, down to $8.85 Rare Values in Footwear 412 South Main Wonderful keen-toe English walkers in genuine Goodyear welt. Colors of brown, mahogany, or black. Off Special at W.00 Straight last in kid leather, box toe in black or brown, QlA QPC also Munson last army style shoes. Special tJjfrOtl $4.85 MAIL ORDERS Receive the same care and attention as though you were shopping in person. Mail orders filled the same day, if received before 2 p. m., otherwise filled the next morn ing. Phone Cedar 90 for prompt delivery. AWTffcrs 412 So, MAIN, ' 318 So. MAIN Tulsa's Largest Shoe Distributors Brogues of class. A nifty new number, specially priced at 8 .85 Men's high grade footwear in all styles fr-om tho extreme English to straight last. $Q.OO Girls' and ladies' brogues, also military boots. They come in brown, golden brown, tony red, and black. Special at $""7.85 y