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TULSA DAILY WOULD, MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1921.
HARDING'S ONLY REQUESTJGNORED Congress UnaMo to Wipo the Legislative Slate Clean by March t 'HANG OVERS CERTAIN Soloim Will Do Well to Fin ish Willi 1.10 Big Appro priation IMIIh This Meet Ttv fiimiinn it. iioi.mish I !M muff v.itrt.milfti( WAHIIINOTON, Jan. IB. l'rosl- ilonl-elcrl Warren (I Hunting's find, lcinL nml only inmost to lliu priwiil i oiim osm- -thai It lonvn IiIm iiilmiriUlritlnii a clean Icglslnllvo' Hlnto mi March 4 -seems In u fiilr vwiy to be disregarded. ' Win it Hctmtur Harding paid IiIn hurried Mlt to Washington after his I 'n tin rim trip, hi' Impressed upon IiIh t'nllcngucs at til' iniltnl tlin need fur nwlft at tlun In ih.iilng tlm tulitii for a new 1 1 i'h I In March. Ho didn't whiit at.y "hnng uvern" to I'lnhnrins tin) now fcgluin when II I'limi'H 1 1 1 1 being lint with (inly forty legislative ilayH of the present session luft, It liii(aiin linrcaxinitiy nppitr nt today that thti rri'lrliiK session will lit) llttlo lull iiiihn tlm 1.10 largo, nppro lirlntlnn measures, tho first nf vhtch received conniiliiiatlon today III 'thu somite. Tin so measures tiro of tlm "miiKt" variety, They must bo passed If tin; government lit tu con tlntto functioning, , An for tho others anil itholr numbers urn IcKlon thoy appear certain of gtdng over. Among them mo Hoitiu Important measures, such no thn emergency tariff moniiuroi' tlm soldier liontin hill, Hcnator Culd nr'n hill for national ri'itulatlon of tho conl Industry, tlio proposed Im migration restriction, legislation, various lunitsiiicH of Importation to particular IndiislrlcH, repunls of war legislation, viii Ioum welfare meiis- nrcM, Hitch ax thn mntcriitty hill nml j n hock oi otiicin in icsnur import ance. Tho cinn mrnstiro on which dfl n I to action In rnrtaln In the long disputed Mil of regulation of thn packing IndUHtry, lly iinanlnioiiH consent thu miiiitto will votn on thU ni January 24, Tho hnusn noxl week prohnlily will titli up tlm proposal to In iTfiiimi tho membership of tho Iiouho from 436 to 483 unit tills In tortilla . to produce, noiiin warm political and noctlonal battle. Unless tho hinders ran ohoko It off, ll will provldo cnouKh vocal tJrcworkn to keep tho hutino busy for days. Wire' Flashes UAItTKOIlt), Conn., Jn. tlr. t:,t. ward W, KoIIoik, who llm tuinlb' eliyiilrlaii of Mark Twain, C'liarlra lluil iry Walher, ami llitrrt-t llenlifl Htiiwr. U1 al hln hflino In Avon tintay, n v kO yuan. Ila m iirrald t III nt ttia Nt tlonal Iloirupiitlilp HaOU'al aiii'laty anil a vctaran lit tli civil war. Kurt) III hi lior, tlr. IC" I lull it atU'llml mu-lc anil mi .nt Ilia l fMiipoiltliina, "W Tliraa KllIK" ofliirlctit Aru," Clirlilmaa carol, la wljtly knuMii. MOfllt:HTKIt, Wlniu Jan. lH. IVaiiK lln. K. liAtia, former aacrclary nf the (ntarlnr, who )ia titan ronaultlng doc ora at tlia Hayn huaintal, tunliilit la on lita way tu California with Mr. l.atia lo apanil lha lntr. Mr, l,ann la cit'crtcd to raturn ticra In tlia atirlnc fur traal, mrnl and ft ioaattilo uparatloli, It waa tali). t DI'ttLIN, Jitn. 'Ch rtrcutlon of Jcaph Muri'tiy, which waa In iluw In take ilai noil Mumlay, Jiaa tifcn it IKinf.l in Wnlhfcl' 1'iiiiitliia' i' hrailtiH of an appeal fur Ilia luaalilnit nt th rourtnmtllal aintanco, 'flu cutirtinartlal fuiiml Mutphy jtullly nf hallux I'd an attack In Cerkf wcloliar . acalnal lha military ithrf Murphy la ullfilrU lu huw larrltd a bomb ami a revolver, WASIIINOTON, Jan, 11. Ili'ntli ran ally for pftaona convlclMl nf comiiillllim rrlinaa hy lha ma of w-apuna, a pro poaiHt hy llrprraentattva Nuninrta ot Tataa, aa it mtana of chacklnc lha prra nit day rrlma wave, Mr, Humnrta, fur many yrara h proaacultnir attorney amt (iirmar preatdent of thn dlilrlct ami fnuiiiv aittirnava' aaaoclatlon. auld acltoti waa nece'aary to inalto human Ufa mora, aecure, MANOIir.SIT.It, N, II.. Jan. M. A atrlkn to ko In affect Momlay waa ila clareil Y lha Unltnl Hhoa Wnrkara Hal unlay axalnal lha MirHlwuIn Hliue riim pany. The order atfacta lh planla hrra anil In Newport ami Naaaua, employlnii lotathcr more than IS, 000. Thn action uaa lahen after it aettva of conterencea calleil tn conaliler the cumpnn)'a an nouiicaiiient of, a rnluctlon of 3. per cent, MAKIII.S'aTON. Jan, in.- Kutxcrlptliina auiietutlin: ner ltOV.000.OOa were re letfi'il hy tho ttoaaury, Hvcratary lluua ,. hnHnmiffci tituht. for Die com hlneil leuo of catllfltulea uf Inilvbladnraa for !o.uii,iioo otteren ior inaiumjr "i April IS nlid Octnhvr It. UtBllKK. Atla.. Jan. Will J. Oaln. chief radio operator, on lha navy aea plana NO-5. now enrouta f rem fan lueau, ,'.M !. I'atiallll. U ttM truck Oil ttlrt lieilll ami Ulllnl hy one ot lha ptopolkta of tha tlr plane January u. arrornina ni ivcelved today (torn tlia navy department by hla purenla. SERVE BEER IN HOTEL, NOW Hut tlu I'laif H In Vancoiltcr riiilei NiiperiMnil of (ioti'l'liliiellt. VAvrioilVHll. II. ('.. Jan. IB Thrco per cent hecr with meals 1 1 i ... :. .. .1... ..II. ..I. .nil, tn nf ,u'rir . jioien aim mo ,-iii.i,i, ... hear In llrlllHh Colutubl.i Is In proa peel tortny, nccordltiK lo an unoffl i Inl report comlm; from nconiuiKly autlieiitlo Hourcen. ' Tho uovcrnmont will buy tho liccr from tlm lireworlrs and nell U lo tho hotels, llitdor permit ayetem. it in expected "nplrlttlollN llquotH" will he nohl 'io Indlvliltinln. tho pcrmltH to cost them !. Thene aro provlB innR expected to ho adopted um n re cult of thn rcf.remlum election of October iO, Isabella Court to D.inei'. Tho muml diinoo of Ht. Ilosn of Lima Court No, R00, DntiKhti'iH of TMabnlln, will bo nn event ofKiMny vtiiliiK. JanuHiy US, In th new ar mory, Hlxth mid KrnoNha, It Ih nn nouiicoil by MIhh lthen Hnnklnw. Brand lcKent. l'lun for tho danco wire tutido by the entertainment emnmllteo at the hnnm of Minn IIuk rtlnr Friday rvcnlnti. RUBBER HEELS Attached, dOo nml Tftu Foot-Form Shoe Shop 14 WMiftmt Clutched in Grip of Circumstances Ex-Crown Prince Looks on Himself As Real Martyr of Modern Times THIS IIAUl'IS, .Ian. 1fl l i.d 'rick William, tinnier ciown prlnco of (Icrmnny, in. nn ininr ew given IIm' cdllur of a Cm-. iiiiiii weekly, piihllNlii d In Thn Netherlands, gives th rejaons why he ilnen not return to nor mally, why hl wife ilom imt Join linn In tilH iinjiiiiin at S'i iriiiKon, nml why he line-, not J'lln hln fill her, tho foiln'ir (lurmiiti em pemr, nt Doom. I'rediilck Wll Until iilsn sets forth his plmiH ie gurdlng llm eiltientlnti of hi nm, "Nittninlly I would lm Kind In return to (lortnnny and I would lie happy If I could devote myself to IlKlI'llltlire, purtlcilllirlv in liolne hreiilltiK," 'he fiifnior crown prince Ik iinteit n s.iylnrj. "I wmi I (J ri-Jnlen to nwtniltite with i lie learieil men nt I III hui irtil ncrvlty and i emtio whnt I lout ilurlliK III" urn- nml nt WonrltiKen. J wrmli IlHo to iiae what lltlli' potver I hnvft to help Inilld up thn futhvi'laml, hut that iniinut In'. ''.My innliy frleltdi III the father land and nlitoml would nee itty hand In eiery deed whlili ntlierH inlphl liei-'ln, hut nf vhii li I, per luil'H would know nothliiK nt all. I'iircii woil'd follow nml our poor flltlierlnnd lieedrl -lent "Why dniN nut my wife enme here? Iliillevo tne. hIu would Kindly do wo. Hut their In IM K. C. EXEMPLIFY FOURTH DEGREE Large Class Given High Work by Catholic Fraternity I, i Onu of tlm MKKCHt eliiNMeN ever flveu by thn foilrlh dcitree by tho ICnlKhtN of CohimluiH wan that lultl nted Hundriy lu TuIhu. Hlartlni nt 10 n. in. In the I ('. Iimiip, nt Hlxth Mtreet lunl l'rlnco nvciine, thn I'lnaN nttrllded 111 nun at Holy Family ehnnli nt 10 30 a in., and at 2 p. in. the exemplification o( thn fourth drKreo took inro nt thn old K. ('. hull, 4 10 1-t .South' Moulder rivcuim. Thn claan wan iniido it t of l'anlel K Abbott, ra J. Atiileinon. it. dernrd Il.illard, M. I. llarllott. J, A. Ilorilen, J. A Urn dy, I'htm. V. Hiirke, Arthur H lllltler. J. J. t'onrv. Julea fiiliWnntlli, HiinnpII A. CIiImIiiiIiii, Moore. J, Carroll, J, J, II, CuiiiiIiik ham.' Itnv. Kmll l nenrellern. Dr. f A. Dillon, Mark K. Diinhtnn, la in on Kncan, Jnmi'N II. l'Simtlce, I). Kouriiler, Kinnk A. Pottirr, yil Until J. Kraiiey, ('. J, llalhtifhcr, nr., O. J. flalliiKhcr. Jr.. J. J. (I.ill.iuher. XV. V, tlullaMher, Thim, Austin tlavln, IS. Id llould. Ueot'Ke I'. Orlfflti. llor ticn II. IIiikiiiii Ilenedlet UnrdeNty, 1. llilll, I IIUIK J, llolllielll'H, .km. J. Ilotten, J, V. Ilylutid. J, II. lCecfe, I'aul A. Kelly, Vnltr 11. Klley, At fotmo l Vun llaverhnUe, flenrKo dnnile, l'hllllp J. Citnnon, I'atrlelt D. Cawlov, Tlmothv J. Cnnwhlln, W. Hubert Courtney, Itoheit T. Curley, II. Wi Daley. Jn. K. Dwver. M. . John H. 'Ktrnti. li. nnvr'iitt, Wll laid I'. OalliiKlicr, OvorKo II, flatu' hif(f, Jnmon It Vlnvln, Albert IS, Klrlclnuil. Chun. J, Mnilih'ii. Tlinn. .MnOdeii, William (1, Malltut, Jphu Ii, Mnroney, Chan. I'' Mm tin, Klinnr J. ManBan. sinphen J, MeCauliy, Chnn. f. .MoKorron. Tltna. .1. Mel'Snntiv. Thoa. J, MttNftinarn, 11. X. Monnov. ICdward I'. O'llrlen. I'atrlek .1. O'llrlen, if, i. O'Connor, A, XV, I'ow ern, J. I l)itnn. OeoiKO H. Itnhholr, Jimeph I'". ttoldy, Wllllntn A. Kynn. iienry J, uir.au, John ll. Itynn, K. riuib. John Hheehnn, Itwvinond J. Hheohnn, Itny Hhoit, h V. tlhtini WiiV. Jol.1 A. Mii.ildlnu. It,, lli.o.l V Well, IS, A. Ht'Mililer, A. Kweeney. L'ltilidn H. Tompkins. , ,'. Tnnffiito, Thou. V. Vlckem. Dr. l.'rnnk J. JVelKht, ISdwnrd .1. WnaleleWNkl. C. 10. AVnltPrHehelil, ltev. John ft, Heir IllK, Thuii. K. Hnnnlitan, M, .M. Htmrl (tan, J, O. Klnlny, ,eo 1 1. Krnyer, iiimen u, Aictiraw. ltev, Thoa. P. AloNtilty, JameN .1. Mnrlnrty, CltnN. MlKtier, uion I, .vewell, ("has. C, llollertaon. l.v,.iM(f V inml. ltev, loneuii t van ijyru. it (iir. p. nt, a rorninl b.ltuiuet wan held nt Hotel Tulna. AUIiuukIi mimewhnt dtimppntntcii hy the In nhlllly of lit, ltev. Thoodor.i Mcer Tiuipri. uiHiiop or OKIahotiia. to nt end, the cl.itei and othem, compoN I n ir of about 200, wero well enter mined by the apltltttal and mental iirnKiam proviiicd. In tho nlmetn'e from thn city of :. tt. tlalliirther, the toimtintiRtni-'K duty r,,JI on I. V. MctJlvern u. II. Hlec fried ntuiltn on "Weleomn ..sir KnlRhts"; Other lalkn worn by ltev. lohn T. Hart of Olilahoma citv 'lev it. Hcvetii of HU; Ch.irlen k U'itrkor, Hhawnen, ltev j0)m n lleivtvn and Thou, A. tiavln, both of Tulsa, and ltev. K. Dillon, of Kan Nan flty. Mo,, thn latter heliiK a brother of Dr. Charlca A, Dillon of Tulyn, INTEREST VERSUS SPECULATION Interest has enrncd more millions than spocunltion. Intofjesl is a legitimate, scientific principle. Speculntion is n creature of chance. Which do you react to? Your hnnlicrs reacts to interest and they are usually successful and men nf standing in thoir communities. Taho your cue from your banker and put your sav ings into good interest bearing securities. Tulsa Pavinvr Bonds are good securities and will earn 8r'o our price. Wo offer all or any part of $13,000 of these bonds for sale. Your Liberty Bomb will be accepted as part or full payment. Administrators of estates, guardians, custodian of public or private funds nnd private individuals, wo solicit a call fro niyoti, C. F. PAYTON FISCAL AGENT i Hotel Tulsa, Tulsa i banco oi .Mich hnpphiiaN nnd xooil hick, an mi are Krlpped In Hie vlh'j of duly, Hhn han thn I'-ilnliit; uf our (lilMiiii at heait and miiMt illicit II. Our moiin t ( ii rat lo.irn to in u Ko thiimaolvoN tiNofiil riiitimeri'lally, William and I.ul.i (the littler a pet ntimn for otin of the noun) are now uolils to thn uymnnaiuni at I'otrdaiu, the elder one wnntN lo heiioinn nn expeit farmer and ko later to an nifrlcullural eolleue. I.ulii feelN Hint lm him thn tnlutil for n tour cantlln in i cot- and U plannltiK a lour of tli" wot Id In a Herman meiiihiiiit ahlp, nml lo learn tlm innderii 1 1 iiftini K en. I hnvo uoth itiit itKnliiit thuir iihuiN if they rv- anil lu the boyN liii'oliiliiit uneful men. Tlmv ntu Hlnilyniu- hind and linvn no time for innucincntn or upott. They need a falher'H cure, ton. but Ihat cannot be. "I cannot K" to my p. trout nt Doom tur oiioueiitn ure con tinunily tryiim to lm un In tin' pnalijon of helitif rendy to ael the wotld on file, and If weto were ttiKi'iher, then, In the hjca of rritr otiponvnln, thn overthrow of the world wt'-.ttd be it iiii Ntlou of but n Hlmrt linn "An for loiilinr nn eatntn In 1 1 " I -I. ind, whnru would I Kit tho money, particularly In Mew of the low rale of (lei man cxi'ham,'o7" TRIBUTE IS PAID GENERAL GORGAS tt Latin Americans Join U S. in Honoring Conquer or of YcIIqav Fever WAHIIINtlTO.V, Jan. 10. The tiatiiiiiH of Ijillti-Atiiorlca throtiKb their illplomatln roprcmmlatlveii Joined with tho United HtntcH (''ranee nml (Ireat lliitnin tonlftht It pnylnii trlbuto to thn memory of the lain Mnjor flnnetal Wllllntn Craw ford (lot cub, former mii(.cun ki'M eral of the I'nltlil HtatcN nririy and lender lu thn Niiccenatul flRhl uKiilnnt yellow fever. Mnmnrlnl acrvlccH In honor of flenetal florKnn, who died IunI July In London, wero held In tho I'nti Amerlcati Imllillnc under the huh pk't'H of llm iioiitlioin society,, of Wavhlnetou, which thereby honored tho memory of a pioiluct of the youth, Tho speakcro Included Hec retai'lea linker and DnnlolH, Major tlt'iicrul Peter C. JlarilH, AmlinnHa dor JiiMHornnil of France, Major (li'licrnl It. K, llelhell, military nt- tiichu of tho nil t lull etiiliiinny, Am linHHiulor Pezet ot Peru, Milliliter de CeaputleN of Cuba, Milliliter Ktlzalde of r.ctiador, Chimin d'Aff.ilieH J,e fevro of l'niuitim, and Director (len crnl ltnwn of tho PnnAmerlenn iittlon. McHPnixeN worn road from tho prt'NldcnlH of n iiuiuher of I .al li i -Amerlcnii itovernnientn. Adjtitnnt tiennrnl HtirrlN preidded nt the meetliiK nml before Intrnduo Itiir tho other apeiiketH traced the life of, (ioneral (lureiiN, hIiowIiik how lutlmnlvly .11 had been conneeted Willi yi'llow fover and how "yullow fuvor vhlch In 1 9 r 3 had driven the hi'itutlfill Ainella (layln front hor homo lu Muhllo, Abibnnm, to the nearby nillltiiry Btutlon whro nllo flj-iit unit l.lt'titenant Johhih (lornnH 29 yenrn later rallod tho win of thin conplo to Kort'Ilrown, ToxnN, whore lie met iitul ri.nvod from that ncottrier tho yontiK Blrl who IiIn wife ulinrcd hi llfo nnd who tin hln widow mourn, hln Iiihn." U. S. RADICAL IN RUSS JAIL M, Krlivtiirtr ami Wife lmprloncil lu .Mokiiiw on Oiiln nf Soviet, IHSUI.1.V.' .Inn. in, tl. H. tflno vlefr, inemhcr of tho central oim mlttcn of tho IIuphIu.ii xovlet, upon wliiicn ordern M. Hchwartr. un Arnorlcan NoclallHt of Han rr.tnclHco .mil hln wlfo wero imprwonett at Moscow, Ituniod lttHtrUctlon to the oilier dclcKatfH to tho third Interna tlotutlo that they nHould hold no In torrottiMo with Hcliwurti:, and nhouhl decline to llHten in him, Arthur Crlaplen, ono of tho four Herman delt'Batcu no Informed Schwartz today. llerr.Crbipleii unlit that thin ordet1 foiluwcii a iiiscuKHiou hetween tlmm and Hi'hwnrtit, whomi oiltilotm tliey had n.iked hecatiao lio Hpoha llm, -.lau and had had an opportunity for Invent Ipit Ion without Kovcrnmunt I'onducturM, Nrirro Driver Ih Hurt. .lumen HohUIiih, noKro, driver f,or the Uroekmau Tiro coinpnny, wm pulnVully hurt Saturday In nn ait tomohlln accident, and tnkeir to the l-'rliwi'll lioHiltiU for treatment 3,200-MILE FLIGHT , BY SEA SUCCESS, " r- - ' i Officers I'Tlithused by Suc cess of COastal Trip I on Unknown Course PANAMA, Jan 10. NiivhI oftl er.i hero nie riitliunlnRtlo over the jiii ifKernl completion of thu flhtht irum Man Dli'jeo, Cal., to the .canal ono by 12 of tho navy K-5-1, nea lilatiPN, which nt rived hero K.iturdny veninif. Tho two irmnlriliiK ma blntri of tho NUiadrnu tiro expeclod o arrive here today. Thn fllitht. whli It covered 3.200 iiiIIcn and wan completed In neven rien flyiiiK days, una marred by ono 'ntnlifv. Chli f ltndlo Ulrrtrlcl.m I'nlii havlliK i ecu killed when utruck h a propeller of omvuf tho m.'i- IiIiick. The fllKht, which rank well up iinntiK the 'louuext on record, wan over a rouriio never beforo IrnverKed iiy iiln raft and thn iivlatom arrived ere wj'li a roi'oul or only one 'on ci i.unliiiK. offltlalH wer en- . ItUHlnatlt! in their pratue of tho ',berty titottiiH with which tho inn I'lillH'! wriu rriulpped. One Plain' In AilrlH. HAN' l ltA.N" IrlCO, Jan. 10 t'nlted Ki.'ttPH naval "apl.l.ie N( -o, nni of the 14 platten of Ih'i Halt iicko to Paiiiilnn fllKht, In luljlft 25 ullm off H.tn .1 ikiii iJ' l Hur, nccurd iiB to a wlriilcsi from the dcitroycr 'Ijiifonl, Intiicepted by tho (' H. H, Ufv Mexico nnd relayed to the tnvul r.i'llo Ntatlon ttt Verba Ititetia H-re. The crew In hnfo nlioard tho Munforil. J EN N I NGS IS. G ROWI NG Party riinti Cnvik Count, Town Come Here to Ser ItA-kctlmll Tin li w Defetif Sniiil StiriiiKM. "Thn oil development In the wpilerti part of Creek county lint neon the ihoiiiin of nnltveulitc many at thu tnwnx lu Hint territory," riald II. It. Htowart, editor Of tho Jen nliiKN Nowh, who with Kukpiip Kile, itipnrlutemleut of tho JrnnhiRH hlRh ichool, headed n party of JennlnRN IiIkIi school uttnleniH who npetit Hat unlay and part of ritiudny In Tulsa and h'aiul firhiRP. On Hnturday nlitht nt Hand SprlnRN hn Klrln team from JeunltiKN 'hi' defeated Kami HprliiKn 'hi,' 13 to 10. Tlm boyn team from JmtitiiKH 'hi' wiin not no fortunate, lonlntt. The Joniilnr; Klrln team nan made tii of It, HcHtcrleo nml Sulilntt, forwarilil: O. Ilootio and t'onover, ."enturiij I. HeNterlen nml It. Ilootio, 'fiiiirda. That of Hand HprliiKN 'loclola and Ulckforil, forwurils; lloulntid nml Hentlcy, center-., and llrildley and (lllinore, gjinrdH. 500 AT STAMM "flECITAL ritrtv llciniift Xuiitt'orM flcn lly tlm 1'lrM ( lirlMlnii t.liurcl) Mtuilny. An ntidlcnro of About S00 attended hn public ori;mi recital by Krui'Ht Pram; Htniuiu Hund-ty afternoon nt h i'liHl t'ln iHtlnn church, If tho npphiuaQ' wax ii criterion uf appro. tit l lun, .the niiniborri litiml nnjoyed wero Hchuhert'x "UnflnlNhed Symphony jind tho melodious "in rcndy" by Nevln. Tho hocoihI Oh) by Mrn. 11. C. PUier waN ac ii in pa ii I cil on thn orKnn IjJ' Mr. tnmin", (in tho vnlln by Mrs. J, T, Pointer nml on, tho cello hy Mm. Mitchell. KoI.IowIiik thn rocltnt, lirro rt'iittost huinbi.'rH worn handed In, ' Italy Hnrklnr Down. LONDON, Jan. lfi.-It has been unanimously decided by .tho Italian ablnct, says an ISxchangn TolcRraph llsiatch from Home, that In tho omliiK suriremo council In Paris It will bo lliiposslhln for Itnly lo sup tinrt any xnenstiro culciilntnl to force lhrmany tn fulfill In their entirety ho nhllKiitlotiH of tho Versnlllen trenty or any mpnMtirn to force Tttr 'toy to nccept tho prt'sent tllsposl- Inn m roKiirdH tho near euntern ult- mtloti. Prepare for the Gat Shortage COAL Henryetta Lump Screened Deep Mined Lump Mine Run CONSUMERS COAL AND SUPPLY- CO. Fostoria Osage 4779 . A. Secret! Tho aecret of tho wonderful flavor of ltreakfa.il Do I.uxo coffee Is out It's toast ed instead of roan'.Cd, Tho dellclousnesn U scale. I In by the rapid toasting ot the gas heated drums. Huy a um from your grocer today. Valuable Premium $nv the coupons--they are In every pack ase. 'Write tor valuable Premium Hook. e roi'.NTiiv ci.im vArKi.No co. Mnakufr, OMa. Breakfast Deluxe millionaire Kid to He (iiven Chance of Fighting Gold Curs KAIS'HAH CITY, Mo.. Jan. LoitlN M. OitcrwoliM of New Haven, Conn., known as tho "rnllllonnlro kid," wirn today Itruntcd hln freedom to fluht what I'Viloral JuiIko Pollock rhar ncterlted aN "tho curao of ROld." Mtn rty waN contlnKont, how ever, upon payment of ti flnu of JfiiJO and conIn up to $ 1 ,& 00 On tcrwelNH, convicted a year oko In (otiliecllou with a plot nl thn I.envcnworlh, Kan.,' dlH'iptimtry hnrrackH to counterfoil Niibtreim liry iiotim nnd other pnpijr, linn been under bond of 110,000 to mnko Hood, without tiny aid from relative. Ho recently waa em ployed III Fan Antonio. ONterwolN Ha lil ho would leavn tonldlit for New Haven to nrrnnno payment of the fine. MotlierV Itny Willi V. C. T. II. DutlcH of a mother will bo tho nub Ject of thn proitrnm nl tho ruKUlar mei.llnf: of tho Central W. C. T. t'. at 2.30 o'clock Tiicmtny nfternoon In tho Immii of Mm. William Htryknr, 1212 Honlli Main. Mm. 'H. H. Went will prcaldo. Hhn Pump (.'atchcM Fire. Htntlc electricity can -oil a nmall flrn at tho Thoniaa-I'i Ice (laNolinc tlllhiK Htnllon, Heeoud Ntrect nnd Chcyonno aveniio, Kumlay whon ono of tlio . electric ptimpH been mo otil of order anil miiiiimuy imrat into flnmcN. Tho flro department waa call-d nnd extliiKUiBlicd thn IiI.izd with n chemical homi, 6 ill f "one-eleven ETA J, cigarettesj V Fifty Years of Know-how JUST an Inside word about One Eleven. The American To bacco Company ha served the public with fine tobaccos for many years. It commands the experience and' skill to prepare and know good cigarettes. The American Tobacco Com pany would not give the address of its home office as the name of a new cigarette if it did not believe' that the blend would please you'. which meant lhat If you don't like raunvy uac& irom and Trenton (We 4779 PALATIAL TRAIN BRINGS MEXICANS 1 1 i Party to Attend Inaugu ration of Neff Comes in Elaborate Style IItKI)0, Tcxim. Jan. id.--Trav ellttK In a paliitl.il prrnldoiitl.il train built for Porflrio Dlas, llcncinl .M. Pores Trcvlno, reprewntltiR PreNi dent ObroBon of Mexico, and neieral officer of tho .presidential Mtnff, wllh thn "Charro'' band ot 16 mem ber, from Mexico City, arrived at Iareda, today, Tho vlaltom aro on rbuto to Ahn tin to attend tho Inauguration of flovernor-elcrt Pat Neff, next Tticii. day, nn kuoMh ot the Htntn of Texas. Tho hpnor party, which includes M Mexican officer and civilian", Ih accompanied hy dclecitcN from Chi huahua and Con bulla. Tha vliltors will acavn tonlslit for Knn Antonio, wher; they will ho uncut of thn Knn Antonio chiunhcr of connneice to morrow, leaving Monday nlKht for Austin. DollBhted with tho hospitality ac corded thorn In Toxim, tfiu Mexicans exprenaed n note of friendship nm) hopo that still more cordial relation will soon bo cHtnlilUhi'd between-thu Culled HtBtcn and Mexico, fScrinaiii lliiay In Spain. MADRID, jHn. l. Two import ant German business Institutions hnvo Just been established In Ppaln. 19 Finally try thiem! "til" Ctiawitea, you can in your ir.c urm.rr. 7w jinxrCeaJU! Bohneteld Service I Affiliated in the Health Campaign Bohnefeld Service is extending its field of service, in protecting the henlth of the community and nitling in bringing about better sanitary conditions, through its affiliation with the health promotion assoc.ia-, tion recently organized. This association is composed of civic anil commercial organizations rep resenting practically every phase of community and commercial en deavor, and is 'chartered to devise ways and means of inducing better sanitary and health conditions ih the city. Bohnefeld Service is a health pro toction measure in itself, in proper cleansing o f w'earing apparel, housohold draperies, ruga, hang Bohnefeld Cleaning and Parcel Post Shipments Receive Prompt Main Office 314 S. Cincinnati Ave. Ono of them In tho Clerman Hank of Houth America, which has branches In many cities In Uracil and Anion Una nnd Mexico nnd has a capital of H.iMty.floO pencta. Tho other IN the Hianl-,h Klcctrlrt Construction compaiy, with a capital of 20,000, 000 pesetas, It 'will undertake nil kinds of electric conMructlon nnd tho electrification of railroads, , Another Mis Tulsa Horn, A baby iilrl was born to Mr, and Mrs, K. n, lllaylock, C4? H. Xiui thus uvenuo, January 13, and tho numo ot Anna (lenc clvon her. Maslova and Star Bill at Orpheum-Screen Features OKPIirXM. Yesterdny's' audience, who wH-,u,,,;ui7l.lriB , , ll'MM'd thu opetllnK Of this WCCkSu,,, f1nl(mr nnwem. f bill at thn Orpheum thcalsr ex nrcswd very favornblo canuncnt' onceuiinK HtitidiiyN pt riornmncew. insia .Mimiovii nun ncr tuiiiiiuii) of dancerN aro to ho spoken oh as unusual artlNtn. Tho act Is com plete. It Is the personification ot vraro and beauty nnd Justifies featuro poitlnn on tho proRram. ISdlth Clifford, who headlines Hie bill, In agisted by Hoy lnifrnham at tho piano. Miss Clifford, to tho- atcrttonrH nocdH to introduction, Her pleanhiK personality prcdomt-j nates nnd makei her soriu numbers, a Boureo of enjoyment. Hho is pro-1 k-rnmcd an "pleuslnp to tho cyn nnd ear" and that tells everything. .... . v.. ..... i. "Past, Present and Futu.ro' In a n.lii Aim aIi.iI lite e l 1 1 li tin Ml' nf ctcht. It touchen upon tho nctlvl r-,,,....-.. ' ' ties of tho cavo man, llie modern man and the ono who will make history ono hundred yenra from now. It la an unimual and novel plcco and Interesting, Flnlay and Hill, In "Vodvll ala Mode" present a round of laugh's, but to mention that nlnno leaves much to bo said. Their act Is clover, nnd their efforts wero ap preciated jjrcatly as w.ih shown by tho applause given them. A danco hack of tho stufro ! of fered tho public by Uutlor & Park r. Tho Impersonations of Miss llut ler kcap a ripple, ot lautchtcr golne through the audience. Mr. Parker playH a Ktaite manugcr In good style. A llttlo .Scotch is Included In tho act of Acklund and May. Their bag-plpInK, songs and dances aro brought from tho land of purple heather. Delmhr and Kolb havo a novelty ict with which they open tho show. They aro gymnastM who sprlnklo singing and dancing Into their strength fcata. , M.VIESTHS. "Th Llfo of tho Party," nt tho Majestic theater this week, Is Just parked with merry doings. "Patty" Arhuckle. mnklng his debut as a Btar In full-length comedy-drama. is "vamped" by a pretty siron,. is stranded by a drunken driver, when returning homo from a party dressed In children's rompers and runs for mayor. Tho picture was adapted from ono of Irvln Cobb's humorous novolcts that ran In tho Saturday Keening Pout. "Palty" plays tho rolo of a young lawyer who, for tho sako of a pret ty pair of eyes, undertakes to bust tho Milk Trust. Ills rival In lovo Is a dishonest Judge who Is secret ly In league with tho milk folks. Tho Jutlgo seeks all iiinnner ot means to "framo up" Itorcoe, hut Is foiled In tho end. And, nf course, tho rotund lawyer wins tho girl. "Katty" has merited his promo tion from two to flve-rcnlers. There always was n certain human cle ment In even tho Arbucklo slap sticks that other products of tho custard plo school lacked. Even In his most grotcsiiuo characteriza tions, Mr. Arhuckle has shown a keen Insight Into human nature "Not How Cheap, but How Good" Six Fast Auto Cover Entire City War Finance Corporation Passed Over Veto, Work WASHINGTON, Jut, i T(1 flnnjice corporntlcn, r i t act of congress whlcti pu .. 0,r President Wllsr-n's vein, Is p iv fun, , tlonlnj,'. It wan annou. l Hint It win prepared t , exports In tho samo mum c i(,.t . conuldrrcd advances prior u 'ir pension of Us nctlvltlis ia Vn aml tlashcn of talent ,is ,i i .I'-Ilt Ij'c 1.,. of , ,,..,y.. offr.f 'th, wu)i;ht Btnr nptm t ,pr(mav lind develop in.i d. n a .Mr. Ai'UUcKlu s lead mllll un, Julia I'.iye. l'r.i , peiiu, and Wlnitrcd (Iwcu lean i,ii. I ii n also n thn cast. Josenh hi iIhi-V ltaj directed, and It In a I'm. f.uut iplcluri;. ..TTtT... " 1 AliAC I. Poslmr an a cook Su Ps it l1w. backs, especially If you i n i . ,1c, If the cop on tho bout Insi , making love to you, and i i don't ile.ro say a word, bt vm 'ou vu told folks yon ire sw .,,t, nl '"''"f " w"',1 ,"f 1 K,",h .Dorothy (llsli becomeM nOi 1 n mlll,,Ilr lk(. tn ,n t. n . . . 2 . . - "ii'ai," ner l.ilfsl I'urnnioiini one edy-romanco, which Is now pKvmg at tho Palaco theater. Tho story Is about n young bride mil her husband who Insists th.it she becomo more than a k.' liiii ilpudgo nnd that she go nut u tn) make n "career" for herself. Hho takes up flying, but an adventure A ...111. U.. I.n.,.l...,n,, Ih ... t 1.. Willi IIVI III! IIUIMIIIHJ lllilkl kl (HI i.,iiin to domestic strife, and peppy Doro thy flees out Into tho cold woi Id, Thorv follows n sldo-spllttlng senei of events leading to their recon ciliation. niAiyro. Aiid now It's Kugene O'ltrien In oilskins and :i sou'wester. Ills lat est offering from tho Helr.nlck stu dios, which s entitled "lltcndway and Home," oponod nt tho ltl.ilto theater yesterday, and tho many i ldmirers or tills popular screen star who Witnessed the production were both pleiised nnd agreeably sur prised to find htm In u now type of role. In this John Lynch ttory Mr, O'llrlen inakCM his appenranco a Michael. Htrango, a young dweller by tho sen, who Is heartily nick of the nionotony of tho peaceful rem linn existence of his nntlvo Maine fishing village, Michael desires to oo more of tho world, nnd ono di Ills wish Is gratified through nn old friend who Invites him to visit his studio in New York. Then arise twists nnd turns ot plot that are extremely dramatic. Michael falls In lovo wllh a girl whopi ho later discovers litis been the mistress of his best friend, Ills Ideals shattered, he plungei Into woi1. Iltlt ho ennnot forget tho girl. He goeseto her and finds aha has killed hor former "lover. Tlm outcome of this ccnipllcntlon Is developed In a most skillful man ner, which provides very fine dra matic entertainment. , Excellent work In oven' depart ment marks this production. The acting, from tho star down to the most minor part. Is nbovo ndverse criticism, and the Helznlck studios havo given tho production most lavish staging, "liroatlway nnd Homo" also Introduces sotno new Ideas In night photography that are most realistic. Alan Croslatul's direction deserves special mention, us ho has Imparted to tho story a keen tionro of dramatic values and comedy Tllef. ings and bed clothing.- But through this affiliation of the Tulsa Associa tion of Clpaner3 and Dyers and the representative civic and Com mercial organizations of the city, the health promotion will bo carried to a large r scope with greater benefjts accru ing from the activities in every phase of community and commer cial life affecting the sanitary and health conditions of the city. Get behind the Tulsa Health Cam paign. Help make Tulsa "The Healthiest City in tho United States." For your personal health protection use Bohnefeld Service in the caro and cleansing of your wearing apparel, draperies, rugs, hangings and bed clothing. Hat Works Attention Phone Osage 1210 Connecting All Depts. T