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TULSA DAILY WORLD MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 1921.
BARTON ANSWERS BLUE LAW Kiwb it E Pastor 'Criticises 4 Newspapers for Their Opposition MUST OBEYGOD'S LAW Treacher Declares That tho Sabbath Was Intended to Ho Lord's Day Heir to Armour Millions to Wed Millionaire Chicago Banker's Son lion lio Hint troulilotli t It' not I, but thou nnd Jiouiw that troublcth "Art thy fathers I""1- v, Mirno worcis mtri .n,,,. - Mb!-. ' r S' ,"Ut" f in 150" Wcnte Mothodlst church tlr- ,..rr,i nn finnwcr Sunday nlKht. to ' criti, i.m 't H'o I,r,!,!' n,:Vr k t" cr" "tlliln LrflWI'.' Which ... nuiip ei "y '"..i. i tn I n 1st rv. H A" ' a H l'ns rouoe.1 tn . ' ,i .. ir iiup ttH tionple. arc hiiil, ,, , , iM'Kli'flfut. of thi- Willi- I ,ni n.f (in''' Thev nrt' Iom rtlfiirhlni; lrnnl It is not tho Monhft. who aro fnclliK tho worhl. ironhfitf rf fill," ho continued. "Thn ,,,lt niu' now tell the lnv of tho Wil'utloii of noil, ntul If thosi l.nvs ,1V 'On the novi-ntli tiny thou phnlt -,f th"n uniet the pulpit declare It. ' " lnuaium tho mlnlrtPM of thn ,,Mt tflkc thin rtand. they aro iut to rltlt. utc they arwplctured by tho Mrtoon! of the nro nw effeml mtf Ions tacvA, and nour old men." Ti-nttit OppofOd by Mirny. -Iln opciiklnij of the origin of tho crest nuiioniont toward Sunday rlon Ine Uwh, Ueverom! nnrtoti iRtd( years iikii the bishops of tho Meth o,IK church met. and Itixteart of i:ine'oiil" the frrcat general ten- dfnclfK of the peoplo which were oppojed b" the church, thoy named few upedflc oneH, nml since theni it fiery ceneral eonfcrent;e thero hi been the dleputo as to whether or not thn 'hurch ahnulil Blvo the rerieral 'liln?s t be avoided and let ih matter remain Hpeclflc.illy with the conivlcnco of the Individuals. Thli modlflratlon him never been approved of, though each four years It proposed. And rptrulnrly the nclton of tho conference han been limtlve for action on part of the opponcntf, In thin caso tlin promt, to date tjiat the ministers of tho Meth odic church havo not only refused to ilfM to public opinion, but have rt(cl more strict laws and observance. "Just ns ono.cnu tell which tree Iti an apple orchard, hears tho bent unji'w by the number of sticks thrown In them by pawlnff boys., o we ran tell what religious bodies ire hflnR nctlvo 'by tho reproach and lurch words citwi upon It from the puMIc mouth' ho declared. "So while uro grieved to despair by he altitude takep by th9 public I'rrfs, ve must consider It a compli ment and continue, to eilanil by and enforce the constitution of Ood, 'then The Conunadments." Two reasons for the Inadenuacv of the church today wero given by Ktverenu itartnn ns being tho small number of ncoslo who itn tn lienr !h words nt tho ministers, and tho tendency of the mlnlstcrw themselves toward tolllnir whnt their congro MtlQns' want to hear, and what the official hoards want to hear.. "I have become fo down-hearted and HIcou rased within the past 10 day" IK Mothodlst mistor I'onelmleil. "hat I have thnuirht nf run n rirt ttire Iho bljhoii to remove me. I cannot 'tin to help you In this western commercial city where It Is so hard '0 live and not become one of the wnfttl mob. nod hag tepoken to you 'nu, for fmni tho gloom of mv ioui i have been unable t0 speak." HARDING -TO BE BUSY " Fniirri-fiitiN ArrnngVil Willi Some-of Most talm; FHpin-ei ,vruPIOs Ohio, Jan, If,. Al kSKh J'rM''ont-oleet Harding will !Vi only a few more conferences if ore he leaves Marlon for his m , r1 yr"'ln trip, hln callers ni inc uU. Bome of 'lle Icadlntr iJ' liean tho week today with a one consultation with Harry M. rer,i.crly ot tfolumhua, Benernlly mfmUca 0 I"IectIvo cabinet mtmtier, and tomorrow will boo Will l' the reiiubllcan national. pL,nia,n Mn'' former Oovernor mnk O. Lowden of Illinois, who ?, .ne of ,he thrce bl" candidates III nil ITowl-lentiiil nomination at w Chlcngo convention. Hr, Il.,yH s ji,,, expected to ro- Mapl'?lnl,nt'"t " to cabinet. i ., .' '-owiicn-H namo has been J n ',10.'1 In ,R.oaMl ,u,ru wltn ' .lB,., l,osltlon under tho com- administration, ii1i !,1,,".('ulllentcIcet Is .kimwn to bo 5ou that tho former enter the iU I T?nl s5rvlco In somo capacity freni.-S.i a.H bcr" mentioned mosi 'tjiicmlyns n, likely qholco for one hlpil. ,noro '"'Pwtant ambassador- OeJariif.Xfl(t ll'V, for Mr- nrdlnK idi h lr' f0!' hl vacation In Klor t u t. 1101 V01'" dlvubjed hero, but hcTfew'daj1;? W1U 1UaV Wlth'n PLAN BIG LABOR MEETING tew,"",,lvp" of 00 I'nloiiH to ' !??J,'.' Wnshliistort February 2S. J, J')1s,-NOTON. .Inn, Hi. Hepre Xrl VV (,t ib0 109 national and wrnauonai unions affiliated with n America Kederutlon of Iibur InVtni, ",n .ealleJ ,0 muv- l" Wash hum ,e 1'"ur'""T 23 "for tho pur lnT, ,cnnsldcilnit attacks now bo s made on tho trade union move k "';,,rllng to nnnoucemcnt th t rnnk Morrison, secretary ihIM ,c,,,,rn'lo". Tho call for the Con w,"", scnt out ny Samuel Sri?' f,,de"itlon iM-csldent. rir JIwrliDB, wlio em formm . ""'louncement In a 'orih,Lf at,,',1P'l. sahl that tho ra "f. conference "Is one of Wen "mm "J","r """ngH that hnve 'tlon e ,J,J1' tl10 American Fodtir cnlder ,',ab"r l,ur,"e " hlstoryo "1(1r unusual conditions. Ijolltii Aniiour Special to Th World. CHICAOt), Jtin 16.- tago. In 1917 the "most demo The engngo- cratlc girl In tho AVIndy City,' ns sha mont of Lolltiv Armour, only child of became known, wus appointed u ui. .t. ricrHei. Ar.i,r f (-i,i,.-,,. in rector li the Armour Inst lute of John .1. Mitchell, tr.. mom nf Uu. t.res- technology, which was foundeil- by Ident nf thn HHtioIh Trust mid ts.iv- her grandfather and supported by I,,..- .,.., . i tier father. lltll.A ...... rt .1... ln.r.nuf fi..lt,, l At th. time she was the only In tho r S Woman In tho country', except for Mlsa Armour, who was born her mother, who Held a college trim twenty-four years ago, was then ceshlp. 'although sho.hns not a col i... .i.,. ,ini,..L, i,,.irnu I., .i,.. leca degree herself, t'.ie was cdu world." She weighed slightly overrated largely by private tutor!? and tnrce tioumls at iiirtli. Tlie "incu- " i'il" hator" for th-i cam of prematurely born children had Just been Invented and It was largely due to tlls that the baby lived, doctors mild. It was tnen discovered tnal tlie Aril li n In Wnr Heller. Purlng tho wnr shn, was active In Hed Cross work nml conducted A food shop fur tho benefit of the nooiile of devastated France, He- bonen of both ot her hips were ills-1 foro tnn united males prjieroci mo located, tho thigh bones fnllliiff to war and whllo tho national gilnnl reach their sockets, so that tho! was patrollng the Mexican border ehlid'M lean dnnirleil belnlesslv. Mis' Armour took a course of war CimnThe tln'S old. nursing at St. Joseph's hospital She Dr. John ltldlon wfls milled to per-. wan. one of n group of "li'V-f1"' form an operation. For fiver mont In from this class who V'luntoeTe.l tho fral little body wan kept lti n ' their -ervlces as nurses on the ltlo til:,nlf r rnst. lint wlien thlM wns re-1 unuiur. Iater shn spent two months In n war ramp to train young women for. wnr work and was captain or u company there. Tho women nt this ennin lived In tents, did the r ow washing and other mental "tasks nnd when, occasion arose, slept on tho tmril floors or In tho onen. niirlnc tho demobilization period Miss Armour acted as chairman of KinAnn Arrtmiir fnr iiirlne luu iiuuomih. oi-iw " m vv tv w ......w... .... - . r,. , , - 41.,. Vn..t. l. a M, M.ll.l. liv innnlniilnttnti Dr. women sm riwi vi ii e "h""' moved It was found that only oiu of tUe-hlps had healed properly, , Iircnj! ICffeetetl Cure. ' In' 1902 tho parents heard nf tho work of a Viennese physician, Dr. Adolf lAirenz, who had perfected a "bloodless, method" of riirlnf con eenltnt bin dlsenscs IJr. Ixiroii., was brought twlco to America, and ; , . . i ... ... '. i,i e was sniii in iiJivw uvvn .-.-n i,. Admiral to dupilu- Into .Mimler of . F. S. Officer by .lap .scn(r). MANILA, I'. I. Jan hi -Ad-mlrnl Albert (llenv.'s. i ommatidrr-lll-ililef nf the Amerluui Hlailr fleet, depmled Imbiy for MhaiiKhai on the destroyer lllllotl. m rompim led by ttlelilliers of a rouit of In iiutry who Mill ItiVestlKiile the shoot ing at VliulU nstok reietitly of l.li u tnnent . II. I .amnion or the IT. H. S, Albany, by u .lapauese sentry. The orriieis will iciuh Shanghai Tuesday nml thele bnnrit tile irtllser New Orleans for Vladivostok. MURDER MYSTERY PUZZLES TOKIO RECEIVES . LANGDON NOTE Japan Says She's Ready to Make Every Amend That's Justified TOKU), Jan. 10 Tho .liipmiese govei iiment has in Ived from the American gnvei itiui tit a eompro tnlso cMuinunlcatiou telatlvo tu the shooting by a Jniutivsc sentry' at Vladivostok of l.liaitc mint V. II. Uiugdun, Satisriu'irjin for tho Inci dent Is asked High .lapanese offlelats declare! today that th" i:o riuiHTit wan awaiting ouipleti. ieorts finm the army authorities at Vladivostok unit that Jnian would tnuke every re paration tlie im blent JuhiINkI. (ieiierul Slierinan stuff. It was a nvrfeet I'letn-h nlutit. In .ithcr ftords. the rain -was coming Jiiwii utrndtl.v and the mud Wns nt Its ntlrlv(iit. In sinmh" furiiiatlou. twosi threes, fives nnd sixes a regi ment of liuffalovN was moving In'o an alleged rest cump. Tho nccwit was on the entnp. The moit forlmn ot all thn for lorn rrew ntnggcted against a bar tacks doorway, where he was ae- ostcd by a white tioncom. "Well, Sam whaddye think of thli war now? I'ritt.v giud war?" With facial expression tha said he meant It, Sam replied, "Hess, ills yyyrnh w.i" never was a irooil wnr--nnd ills lasi day nriic-I l.ou ell In his annual report to the tlcnlly done ruined It eomuletely.'"- 1 'jo.ird of oversects, made public to ixinci traii Region Weekly. u nlit. CLEAVES OFF FOR SHANGHAI FAMILY OF FIVE KILLED LODGKS AND 5UUETIE3 TfM I.H1M1H NCI, 71 till i iie'Miiir i ii w i 'iniireiiii Sliiuolili". I'liiiiiil at South Cnrollim I'liinlMlIoii Home; rwtnl Held In lliiml of One Victim. PAMI't.ll'O H. f. .Inn. Ill Dls- roxery today of the bodies of two I !..... ..e ti... iiini e..,iil.. I A: -.Jet. .yiuiiiuA Ne t. r. n1 Th rtn, btitinet.. other members of the ltlxham family i t mi t,.,l Mitit Mm iititlri. ftimlle of five, living about four miles from 1 " ITA ia'1":' I'ntiiplli'K. w is killed sojne time Sat- j in ilny nfttruoou. ; Mrs. I. S. Itlgham, flfl ye.ifs of age, was shot through the head nnd hnr . body, was fmiinl In the yard of tho ItiKhani home, her ilaughter. Mrs, Marjorb' Hla k, 35, was found lying Itilnl i,i njir, M. M. rnurth l ii lire. 1 1 y i M tl tueln i 1 n .! Jmi I ' Work In M M lui r mnnnrlntf JOHN Ml.i"i.sllAi lll:il V. M. j i miim i'i, ri.. I ' i i nit i li itKiilar iii iIioh I u. ,iy Jmi. W4ftsO eOoVIWiWitVl tmnviTtine lit'tftivl V IlKFIXISIll.NU ?2's i'i,iior,STi:iUN3 U4oU iii i pool of blood In her room with bullet hole In her hi ad . Mrs. Mlnck's I'olkv "'liable to I luil Any Flue to Indoptcd son, n yenrs of age, wan Mivilvhlpplan's SIiijit. Irnntid near the bnik of Ihe house MHItlDlAN, Miss., Jon. HI .-At I ,,H forehead having been pierced bj tho ulul of three tnyn of tlieleas ln-n luillut nt close tango, Mrs. lllnek s vestlgatlun, the nuihurllles uro ns other adopted son, fi years of age. iiitidi lu lip- dark us ever ns In the ! eMdeutly ti led to escape from Ills as Identity of the two men who Fildn milium fm be was found nenr a fcucc uiorulng enteied ln honie of .MihhI ; id iln, tmek yitld with a bullet wound l't lee, ptoinlneii nitorney ami let bis heiul' Iln died this morning basked hlln to death with an n.xe. Ths body if Ihe other iiunnber of Two men who wile talien fiom uithe faniily. I S. Itlgham, in years or freight train at Yotk, Ata., utid.nge. son of Mrs. U 8. Illgham, was brought to Meridian have been re leased., Offlcets ileclnio that at no time since the murder hnvo they 'been In possession of u single clue, llartiiril '1'iiltliiii InrnMiu'd. CAMII1UHCH'. Alnss. Jan. lit. v An lucreasn In tulllun fees at llur- VUtd unlveislty iieeissltatei by a deficit of 1 (11 .000 for the year HII9-1920. wbleh will be nioro than doublet! during the current je.ir." li foiernst by President A. Iiwienee I oil ml today In the woods about one hatr mile from the hnti'o, wounded In his right temple. Ills hand wan holding a revolver In which thero were two bullets. The family had long been promi nent In this section ot the state, the father liming hern n member of both brunches of the South Carolina general nssembly nnd at oun time was a candidate for congress. The governtnept of Venezuela has established a school of radio telrg inphy at Cnracns, Dr T.nren tore tho ligaments anil muscles and forced tho thigh bone Into tho socket. Then for many more months tne leg ami nip were encased In plaster. S ' montbs or er me initial oper ation Dr. Lorenz returned to remove thn cast -and learn tho result. Un qualified success had bo-m obtained for as soon ns tlio piaster natt neon removed the child was able to take n few halting steps unassisted for the first time In her life. For several more years tin' girl had n rather notlccnblo limp, but gradually as the unaccustomed nVusclcs regained their normal fre dom of play even this disappeared. Miss Armour nas lasen, n pnuu Shn also us'lstod In tho work of tho Service club. Tho heiress Is devoted to nthletlcs and Is a splendid rriuestrlcnne. Hhe ban exhibited her horses nt nearly every Chicago horso shuvv that hnsl - nl.ll.1 .....IS) nuen iieui riiicu nuti iun n ujiiiu ..m. has woti a number ot ribbons. Since she has como of ngo, her father hn presented licr with more than. $1,000,000 worth of real es tate. Including Hi ranch near Knnta narb.irn, Cut., vherc she has been accustomed to ppond a .largo part of tHe xvlnter. ' Mitchell, whose futher Is also many times ii millionaire scrvTi! during the war In the aviation corps. He was ti.miy in;urcu ,jn a ran ran nent part In charitable wok jnChl- lis plane. ken in., r.on.a Ui0 a 8"ow I'lovy has "l eh",U',' ,',hat ls nulppe(f with k"de r1 llk0 tc,,' t "t tho or frozen snow. SABBATH SCHOOL ENROLLMENT UP Increase of 170 Over Pre ceding Week Is Noted' Sunday Interest In Sunday school In Tulsa continues to grow, says It. W. Hurkhart, president of" tho Tulsa County Sunday School association, Attetulanco Sunday In Tulm city schools ips 7,775, nn 'increase of 10G over Sunday, Jnnuary 9, llrok en Arrow nl30 ruvnnled nn Increase In attendnuce, First Ilaptlst S61 Imrnnnucl Daptlst -137 Xogalos Ave. Hapllst 271 West Tulsa Haptlst StS Haptlst MhMon (Kundall) ... 93 Community Ilaptlst CO First Christian . 773 Trinity Kplsfopnl F-Jl Lutheran U0 First Methodist '. 8S2 Ornce. Methodist 3G0 Orcutf Methodist 24 4 Hethel Union "2 Boston AY". Methodist GSR Cnntcnnrv 'Methodist 230 Hglcr Mfthodlst 117 Wc.it TulRa Com. Moth 130 First I'rcsbyterl.m .. 1!'7 Second I'resbyterlan . . , 440 College Illll I'resb'ytut Ian .... 260 ltullette Memorial 152 United I'resbyterlan 223 Salvation Army , , 3 Lombard Union " Owen l'nrlc Union 20 Church of Christ (courthouse) iR I'ark View Methodist , C2 Total reported Sunday 7775 Sunday, Jan. u "870 Increaso "'S tint, rjarrlhfin Coming Home, MANIU. I. I.i Jan. 10. gov ernor Utm-ral Francis llurton Hur ruion of tho Philippine announced today that ho will leave tho Philip pines for the I'lilted States- March 27. lie will make tho trip via tho Suez canal anil London. Railroader Indorsed, for Post in Cabinet SI'ItlNOFinLH. Mass., Jan. 1. At a meeting of Vermont. New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Conner, tk-ut, lthodo Iilanil, New York nnd Pennsylvania oflic!a'.. of tho Order or Hallrond Station ngents In this city today, Harry I Fldlnr of In dianapolM, I ml., prumlnt.it In rnll wnv eti-eles nnd I'hnlrman or tho labor bureau or the republican .na tional committee, was Indorsed for tlie poet of secretary of labor lu lesponse to a request on thn part ef President-elect Harding for n , recommendation by railroad men, LECTURES ON THITHING Otlik Sacked Fi-es I'terjnnc to lle j a Partner of the l,oril, I Ocforo a union meeting of the I young people s orftanlatlon of the I ehtirehPH of the city, QthluflqaelU'tt. i tithe evangelist, dollverqf!' nn ad-1 dress on tithing a: the Bjiworth . i,engue C:30 o'clock services In the Ilosuiti avenue , .Vlethodlst 'church Sunday night. "If you , would bo rate In them days of, ilangei" nnd dnrknesw, bocomn a member of find'' firm, bi In partnership with Ood." ) Knckett slid In d'lfcluslriii, "Yrtu arc young and starting on the woyi obey' the commandments, give Ood l!lt dues, and your trouble will be ovor ere they begin." ' CONCERT FILLS THE HALL .Municipal's Ilniiil Program Versa tile ami Well IteceUcil. That Tulsa appreciates tho best In music was evidenced when Conven tion hall was practically filled to ca pacity at the free concert of the Tulsa lnunlc'pal' band Sunday after, noon, although tho program was ml vertlm'd as a "Classic concert." The crowd filled cv(ry seat In the gal lery and the biggest poitton of tH seals downstairs. , Madame Juno Held, noted violin. 1st, drew great applauo by her ren. dltlon of the "Poem" by Flblrh, nnd "Hohemlan Dances" by Itandegger. She was abl accompanied on tho piano tiy Mrs, Waller Cain. The program rendered by the band rnntalned selccr'ons by lleethoven, Dvorak, l.'.uzt, Gounod, Strauss and Wocner. Not a Quit Business Sale We Are Here to Stay But Good-Bye Prices ( 14 itnd 18 Karat Solid Gold 32d Degree Masonic -Rings, .$35.00 values re duced to $1G.00. $15.00 Masonic Rings reduced to $11.50. $ld.00 Ma sonic Ringtf reduced to $7.00. Also a large variety of Odd Fellow, W. O. W., M. W. A., K. of P., Elks and Eagles Rings, $20 values reduced' to $15.00. $12.50. Ring reduced to $8.75. $10.00 Rings reduced to $7.50. All in first-class gold mountings. ' Simmons Watch Chains Hundreds to select from. $10.00 Chains reduced to $7.00, $8.00 Chains reduced to $5.25, $5.00 Chains reduced to $3.00, $20.00 Solid Gold Chains reduced to $15.00, $14.00 solid Gold Chains reduced to $9.50. We are overstocked on everything in the house. Reduced proportionately. Our Special $10.00 Double Vision Spectacles Reduced to $7.50. Com plete in any size, shape or style frame. Guaranteed ground lenses. Our $5.00 special Spectacles reduced during this sale to $3.75, either read-. ing or distant, guaranteed Toric Lenses, complete in any size, shape or style frames. We have been making a specialty of these Glasses for three yedrs at $5.00, but they go this week only at $3.75. A 75c case free. Our $3.00. Special Spectacles Re duced this Week Only to $2.40. Guaranteed ground lenses. Complete in Solid nickel Silver Frames, extra large lenses. Smaller lenses complete in Nickel Silver frames, our $2.00 special, reduced to $1.50 during this sale. This is no humbug sale. Everything in Jewelry and Optical Goods goes this week. We are overstocked. V 4 Ladies' Wrist W atches 14 Karat Solid Gold 15 Ruby Jewels, in either yellow, white or green gold, our. special $50.00 value reduced to $30.00, and $35.00 20-year guaran teed cases, 15 Ruby Jewels,, our special $20.00 value reduced to $14.52. 14 and 18 Karat Solid Gold Wedding Rings $15.00 value reduced to $11.50, $10.00 value reduced to $7.00, $8.00 value reduced to $(5.00, $7.00 value reduced to $5.25. Large variety in either yellow, white or green gold, plain or engraved. Remember, these prices are for one week only. ' JOHN THE RING MAN Call at 111 South Boston Avenue. 1 lz Blocks South of Frisco Station. Thank You. fjlt. I 'k In 1 A lICKTM, fir Cm? " "M " v""' w"' ?7W' l!"'.''M It nil I ss w. It. ' .it, rill It tuition uk... FiTHOLlfllll' Uinru M, iH in t iii ' VrV Ill.litV ,t. xnl ..n.t Kt " 1 ' ' 'i ii il KrM.tr j Kvz i,; i:. : . ; ..r 'X'-'JV':'!'' ' v-i' . It i. on . W'.iT!I' A. ! l! ri.tiiuv w m. ! It tl MANNA Wr. TUijIA (IMi'll ll l lu. . miK. flrtl' yiitK "I tllra Wi.iifir of trt K'.'O?! "'nth t Mttunln halli (Ir.t Rl.vfVpW iixriinr, tti.HiiN, M...,n.t, tnl UArlM tutlnn ami aocUt Hlar a rtua Vr V i""H tl'l "hit 4ih IVHnnillF. i Cr- Maoil.' lull. Jill t). m MUM CAM 1. 1. 1.. Woiitir Matrun. ! IIIIH. KM MA IMHT, H.cialatr. flfUIA ClIAl ll.ll NO, ii, It A. M nail , iirjo-ij Jar llili. ITuiiiptly at 7 p. ' 11 n mn III I'iiil ntiil Mnal 1 1 f ioni iKctara. utrrrali m ml . 4 HAMtn t. 11 nrn. it. p, M. A IINVDNU r-rr.lap. TRINITT CUMMA,lli;itl il). It taatt .""j . w'l'l rnurth Hon.l-. iV-jhtfl " inmilh, N,iit luaatlns rWf'iVliH ,0,n' J'' WniU In nvS&vXil or'l,'r "f tbi Tml, rl'trXv ''t a n u h, d. vtHii.v, t:, a tlV KIIAUK MbAM.N. ll.cur.Ur. I AKDAII TUSttrLK A. A. O. N. U. B. Na.t ut'-riiiiK iTiun, I'purimry 11. j IIAItltT It, MoPANM, ! 1'oti.iilala. I II. M WKi. 1. 1v1.lt. lltcurdar, AURORA UJIXI NO, M. L U d . Netl llii'atlus January mill, Vt'urk u aeouint lll'k'llO. 1.ldaa ODtna HID t. III. All Oil it Faltuara Invited. It. II rnr.i.int, N. O. tt. la POUNlirrroNK, Mwirlrr. TUI-SA KNCAHI'MIJMT Nl). tl, I. O. O IV raaaUi aauoinl ami tuurttt rrlflay, fu p. 111., K, I', hall, t Kail Hocvoil. M. U I'oun.liluna, 0. 1'. It, A. Full.r, Her I bo. tuuia itnmtKAit no. it, 1. a o, w. mu atcand ami fuurlh rrlitay, nil aw K. 1'. hall, 11 KaM Hacond. MUM. Illll). I'l.AltV, N. U, oi:nTnui)ii iiawki.v, Heo'r. ,TUtA CANTON NO. II, t. O, O. T- raaaU ' flrat anrl third Krldar. ill 1 fc! Muatrlana' ha'l, 1 11 V. Mgulh llouldir. -T J, II. H'llllaina. Caiiiain. It. II, Vullar, Clk. TtJI.HA CAMP Nil.. tilt. M. w. of A., aad JJ jw rorAlloNTAM OAMI- No. Hlf )a nluhl at K. ot A fcatL AVI K" riacond atra.1 Vu. t.ui iv wrirwiit. 2t uraaia. l'l.USIIl f.nlrin i' ii1 '"'i yrr Ttiiirntay nlibt at K, 1'. hull, I31j. ICnt Haoond 'r'".1' F"1 m'tliiB .Jan. !!. y,".r.'f '". '""k ct Knlht". VIIUn h AlatlilM woleouia. Dlt. M, P KIMIIAI.U f). C. Tin. mi-cat. k. n; a . HOLSTEIN COW SALE nAVii nvss twns 0)mwIiu rnlrirroiinri January 18, 1921 Tlioxo tinwn rro ncrnnil from lop In Tttlxii County Coittratlnjt nocjl(lll. M. Ii. STin.VtltTCmaa. Owner MEN'S SHOES Ilnlfoolnl fori $1,110 Foot-Form Slioo Shop 1 1 Wral llr.at St. lira. I HlliVI'.lt 3 ilr , II. B. MoClln. Conn m A ""!. O.llll, Clar ' lilWr,"l'"' Htcnrdtr. Caramunlal i unvanllou lull Kabruary i. l'atrol inactlnK Hal., Jan. 16th, Minnie hall, n. oi. onr.nMi Mucrelary, BUSINESS CARDS DR. MARY S. McPIKE DR. GRACE F. MARTIN Osteopathic Physicians itdl lllilHH IIMX1. I'linnn ). injt). (liricu O. 511 CHARLES GILBERT A Titllur tu Women NprliiK iitnl Kniiiiiicr I'attfrtni unit IIi'kIkiih ntn .Now In Stock I'lio.vr. os,(ii: :iiiih Snltit '1VX Coli! IIiiIIiIIiik I'oini'r I'lflli unit IliiNton RatcH and Information tUn ir wnnl par lima. Havrn Innrtli'in for tha prlea nf atl. Mlnlinuin tpara II word. lu rr word prr day whan enpy run nna month without chani. Minimum amount ona tlma tin. A l.i, citAltnn WANT ADH ar no am! payalila Ilia unit day lira! Innr lion at ad ppaara. (All out-of-town Mant ada and all wanlad to rant, all uattona wantad, waarlnir apparal and houarhold nooda ada arc poallWaly oaaa tn advanra.l Tlti.F.I'IIONR WANT ADR ara fharf ml at tha aama rata aa oiah ada nd coltcctlnna will ba mada at yoar home er offka aa anon flr flrtl In union an poaalbta. Thla la an arcnm modatlon aarvlca and payinanti ahould be made promptly when 1,111 la pre aimed, Alwaya aak yuur telephone ad tn ba repeated hack to you by the telephone ad laker to make aura that It haa haaii rorreetly taken. Tha World cannot alanine reapnnaltilllty fur arrot nf any kind ocouriiuf In telephone ad vertltamenta. Under nn clreumetancea are we re epoualliln for errore In any. advertlee infill unleaa repurled tnimedletelr after flrat Ineertlnn. No reduetlon In oott of an ad will be made' ualeea error de- airoyt vaiue ot aa. . Ph liono G000 ASK ron WANT AD DHPARTtl CNT. LECAL (l'alill.li.d In the Tulea IJaily World Jan. ,Xr,r.., J.''' 10 o ' The Wi Id I'ubllahln Co.. I'ubllehere.) NitTicn of iii:aiiin(I on ambkm. itllNTH roil I'AVINO IN HTRKBT IM I'HIIV KMRNT DIHTKItiT No. lit, CITY OF flUUJA, OKLAHOMA. In I'oinpllance with the Ileanlutlon nf the Hoard of Onnnnlaaloneia duly adopted i.n llo lltli day nf January, 1911, notlee la heroby !( that the Hoard nf Com mladiiiivra of the City nf Tula. Okie lniino, haa eiamlned the eatlmate and atateiuent of Ihe City l"nlnor aa ti tha amount "f the ruat if the concrete iae mailt wlilnli ahould be aaaeiuod avalnat the abutting property, the property bene fitted and other properly lllble to ae araainent and the inera therenr. In HTIII1BT MI'1U)V1MI5NT DI8TIIICT NUMIlliilt JS, which Includee the follow Inn itracrlbnl port lone of etreela, to. will TWISNTV.fiECOND flTRBBT frmn , the Reat line of Klllde lirlva tn the Weat line of the Midland Valley Hall, road HUM. of. Way, MAIN HTRKKT from Ihe Houth line nf Twenty.pirat Htreei to the North line of Woodward lloularar.l aarept the Interaeclluii of Twanty.Mrnnnd rltteet, And aald Hoard of Commlaalonera hae by reaolutlon duly approved the afore, aald atatemrnt and eallmata of the City Knglneer and hae determined In aeaeaa Ihe ooat.nf the Improvement! In aald Ola. trlct enalnat the ahuttlna rronarlv. tha property benefitted and other property liable tn aaaeaarnenl, and Ihe ownire thereof, aa fullnwe, tn.wlti IlIVKIiniMli DIUVI AOUITION. fl'avlnc for Twenty. Hecond Mtreel.t lllk. I Ait Name ft. Ami. i r. j, Hurley joi.ii i,j:j.oi WINDOW H II A II K H OrUic'a "QU4tlty" made In Tulaa. We make our own ehada. Can uae your old rolleie and repair your ihadea. Call or Phono ua mr "u few (ood polnta In Win dow Khadue," HII.HA WINDOW NHAIIK CO, 1 (00 M. Iluiililrr. Oeaf a 10DC THE CIIILIJUEN'B DAY, NUItSEKY 117 KOtlTIl fllKVKNNB Children Cared for Uurlne; Working or Blioplnu Uuura. Samuel. A. Boorstin Attorney and Counsellor at Lnw Now Loriiftil H'J.-il.U7 Mryo IJlda. Imw at OU mill Cln Ijiiv of Coriioriitlotw HIXKAV. . rtOOIlK TULSA 10 ll'r. Till,, I Blt.el e4cirlarv. 3 4 h. n.t t r i Aa 0 , IDS 7 " 100 " It.tl a " i.J u 160 10 " 100 11 " 100 12 " 100 II " . 100 11 " 100 H ' . " 100 a . ' " loo 3 1 " 100 4 , J00 6 " ' 100 0 " 131.1 1 John Markham. Jr. 11.11 3 100 I'. J. Hurley tot 4 ' " loo l " ililT 3 " It a " tu.ei ti.oo i.ni.n Ti.e 111.11 1,111.11 t.lll.lt i.m.t: 1,011.14 71". : 1,017.17 1,007.17 1.0H.I. 1 H.4J 1 llf.14 1,171.11 l.ltl.el 1,171.10 l,0ll.:il 1,011.17 1,111.11 1.0H.7 1,111.07 1,141.07 1, 111.09 1,011.07 1,000.13 1,411,41 HIVBllSinn DHIVM AUDITION. fl'avlne rnr Main HireaL.l ' . . . ' ... Hurley OO.tf '71I.J(, lllk. Iil 2 s W tO.JI I'. J, 1V.I0.U 4 II. f.7.1 ti rio, 13 tl 100 100 SO.tJ 10(1 100 J00 07.1 to.t 100 100 100 100 100 L)K. JUiilN LEE Vfiurcnl, Uliliit'y, lllaililur. Jtlooil, ,Sl.lii ml Dim uecn of Women 113'i S. Main O. '1652 1 14 4 J "' All of lot 3. lllotk I e lept that poithm I y I n ar weal in a line which m trrercti the Couth line nf ld t.ot 1 t die tatuo nt Ct.3) IH !-' from Hie rtnulhweet cor ner t eeld l.ot I 'Hid Ihe Will line nf aeld Uil nt a rtleleoro nf ton I (nl Nurlh from the ealt MoutliKvat corner of aald J' 1'. J. Hurley 90.1 All nf that, part f !'t I, Uluck t, lylnir Mint nf n lino with h lntrcle the North line of atld I r.t 4 at a dlatance of l),t feot Wee I f the Nutttioait corner of Jjit 4 and the lUelllne nf aald I.ot 4 lit 'tl unce of 31.1 ft Mouth frmii the aald Nnrtheuat corner nf aald l I. 1'. J. llurlay S.I I! i,I,7 I'. J. Hurley ll.T luu 1,11.13. 1,10I.1 (41.43 7tl.ll III.1& 471.14 211.11 H4.1t 3K.11 471.411 til, 13 l!Mn ttl.io 411.41 ipi'it VV'itcli unit -IiHflry lt- liitlrltiK. Olflclul lUill- toiiil VValfh IiiMiii-rior 4T Hnr Kunta IV, I-'ilnlti nml M. H. A. T, I.ICVIN'.S 1 ! 1 Koiitli .Main Si 14.11 321.6 710.02 1,011.17 111.13 1,171.03 l.flO.H 144.44 DR. IRA ALLISON III.OOI). SKIN' AND Ultl.N.AUV l)ISUMll IO.'i-A Wfit '. uiirlli Ht. 100 ' 100 100 V 48 El " SO.tt aii .r aliniilnif miiDerty. prop erly Wneflted by aald linprovomenU and other pmprty liable tu mimmtnt. are hereby notl'tled lhal all matttsra ufficlliiit aurh linproyuiiiente or benefit" fi the properly thereby, and any clolm or ob-i-aioii to Ihe Hiemnit ue above ae f.ifih ahall l fllf'l lu wrltlns In the .iff H ii nf Mre Trank Healiian, fit Auditor f tho LMty of Tulea, OkUhoinu nn or hefnro the fS'h i1h- of Jnnuarr, 1n?l at 0:00 o'clock A, M., nnd the eame ahall be heeid by the Jiuird of I'oininli- lon-re on H fllli day nf Ktbruary. ,V.'I. at O HO o'clock A, M.. end any ulma or obi"' Hone not ao filed In writing .'f.r.. i-o lil time klia'l bu deemed waived. U.VTI.D lhi ll'l day of January, l!U Mll.'l. fUANK HUAMA.V. City Aulltor. A n.veU January tt. Hit) City Attorma. ' n