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PRIEST' OF THE
OSAGES IS DEAD Van Pronounced Enemy of Liquor Among the Rod Men . . m r- v lr"v I I Allllil A nil n til i li ii i linn mi i i t- i rl,..,l - tv. ncral of Aged Son-in-Law o Chief . . nt. - t',..l.l I'1 i iun. ii i niiiii" 1 , kce, Known nil ino mosi per- r r- hlbltlon lender among tha . Indians, died during the jiast ,it one of tho western Osage - Indian cnmpM, and was ,i Tuesday at tho Dora, camp. ,n,nj.' ono ot tho most improH c till 4 1 ' 1 1' li' -tin . . .- . l . m of tnuf Irlhfl. Kit Yl'na V- u.i ilinuilK 111" iivuuiu us it mull- ,,. . d man ami was a. rcncious fd designated an n. priest amonK if. ! .-t sometimes called 'Traylns mi i i in mnowcrs numucreu wen Int" the hundreds and he hat! al commanded tho greatest ro- tPll brlonccd to Bill Hill branch of the OsaKCH and wan enrolled tJrJ' r the namo of Ilc-shah-ah-hte, !' jkU known generally as Shin Van li i-kce Ho wn amonp tho flr-t of 'ho Okikcs to tako a decid ed 3.and npalnst Intoxicating liquor anJ fur years had bcon known to faaki' every fight, possible In "favor of inhibition among his tribesmen, IMw.ird Cox, fin Osage, was In rharff of tho funeral ceremonies ami delivered tho oration at tho Jiurlil. Another prominent Osngo to die rr i ij mie ji vnnii'na'nrv, uu vfdra old, son-in-law of former Chief Vnn.ti .u'irn.nn. At f ia I mil nt )Jili funeral tho proverbial tribal was opreau 10 mo nssemrjieu ndians. More Widowers Than Widows on Anxious Sent Says Col. Joe Miller 8ioll to Th WurU, I'ONCA CITY, March If.. Thoro aro more widowers In Oklahoma and adjoining Btnlcs who aro hunting for helpmnteu than thcro aro widows, accord ing to Col, Joo Miller of the 101 ranch, Who has been making a thorough study of tho situation recently becauso of receiving so many Icttern from widows who doslro to till tho position or house keeper at tho ranch, l'ubllcatlon of thli fact about DO days ago has brought no many letters from both Widows and widowers to the ranch that Miller coiirvlved tho Idea of exchanging the letters, sending those front widows to the widowers ami vice versa. "1 have several letters from widowers on hand the pant few days, but havo run out of widows entirely," said Col, Miller yesterday. "In my opinion a widower gets lonesomo Hooner than a widow," Is his conclusion. BOY AND GIRL CLUBS ROM MEXICO TO CANADA Oil Official Will Tako Seven Months Hum 111 llooklcs. FffflittoTh World. I'ONCA CITi", March 16, A sven months hunt, that will cover tho entire Kocky mountain region from tho Mexican border north into Canada, has been arranged by V. H Mi Kadden of Ponca City, vlco prendent of all tho Marland Oil & Gas C'.'s and former Pennsylvania steel magnate Ho will outfit at and start from HI I'aso, Texas, In the near future, and will bo accom panied by his wife, to whom ho was married about a year ago. In addition to a pack of CO ex perienced hunting dogs ot several brtnK Including numerous deer and bear hounds, McKaddcn'has several guides and expert hunts men engaged to upend the entire seven months with him. 1'. 11. Lawrence of this city, local repro-f-ntatlve of the Tom James Ql! company, will he with tho hunters for several weeks of tho tlmo, and other l'onca City men will bo oc casional visitors at tho mountain camps. Wwk of JiHcnllo Him HooMnl Production Value In Many Mmx. STILIlVATint, Morch 16. Thol productive valuo of Oklahoma In agriculture, livestock, poultry and canning hai been increased (872, 786.53 as a result of boys' and glrln' clubs. This announcement was made hero today by K. 1J. Hhotwcll, stato boys' club ngent. Tho total was divided as followw; Crops clubs. SC0.0S7.07; livestock, clubs, $376,31 9:00; poultry, JS9.073.7o and canning, (37,70G.7fi, Club work has been carried on In tho stato for tho last 10 or 12 years according to Mr. Shotwell. tho work now being conducted under is d.f- feront cluh activities. A corn club was tho first organtatlon, being fol lowed by a cotton club, then by a kaflrt!ub. Iiter clubs were started for pig, calf and wheep work. There wero COO clubs In the stato last year. The IS club activities, with enroll ment In each, follows: Corn. 4,0GB: cotton. l.S 10: neanut. 934: grain sorghum, l.SfiU; small grain, 74; Irish potato, G7f; Hwcot potato, 17G; bee, 132; fruit. 664; crop rotation, 60; pig fattening. 875; pig breeding. 3.352; calf fatten ing, 226; calf breeding, 34 S; dairy. 159; sheep, 29$; canning, 3.U20; poultry. S.6Q3: a total of 28.719 whlto cluh members. In addition, there wero 4,006 negro club mem bers In tho Htate, making a grand totnl of 32,723 club members for 1920. PAVING PROGRAM IS FXTFNSIVF & Work of Hard-Surfacing V in in i it . vSi livery Direct, in iioiiuiiy Begins Soon HOMINY, Mnrcn ig. When tho new city administration comes Into existence heru early In May it will Inhurlt a paving system staiteil by the present city officials which, be fore winter setw In, will Kac con nected up the town of Hominy through an nlmoHt, complete paving system, It tint program is carried out. Uvury Important street In Hominy would be a hard surfaced highway In accordance with the. program outlined, which contemplates the paving of moie than 32 blocks. The exact nattiro of paving to be. laid has not been determined, nor tho cost. All .unofficial cnnvoiM among taxpayers to be affected linn been conducted by some illy officials, with the result that sentiment ex pressed points to a favorable re ception of tho Id a nnd It Is expected that work possibly will begin early. in me spring. Clilnc.e Woman "lnt" Memtcr. t'lllCAOO, March 16. Miss Zok Tsung Wang of Hoochow, China, hns been elected to tho l'lil Ilettn Kappa at the I'nlverslty of Chicago, It was announced today. Mhu.ls ono of eight seniors to receive this scholas tic honor. PLAN CIVlOb BETTERMENT llrtstow Plans to Sik-iiiH $500,000 on Municipal Improvement. IiHISTOW. March 17. Announcc- .rncnts have been mado by officials 1 hero of plans whereby approxi mately J 500.000 will bo spent lor municipal lfffprovemcnts. Plans for betterment of tho gas and light ing systems call for expenditures of 130,000. A new ficven-story hotel to cost (200,000 and tho construc tion of a cotton compress at an es timated cost of $200,000, aro also among prospective Improvements. Another announcement was that of telephono company officials to the effect tliat a better telephono ystem. was being planned which 'would bo a part of tho 4, 100, 000 tmlldlng project which was started list year. CITY AND COUNTRY CLUB Community Club Urea Us noun Hare iHMMceii imral unit uiy .iicn. PPKlll to Th World. KlXGl'KSHKK. March 16. A Community club has been organized lr the business men of this city. About 150 men and women as pemtlod in thn Klnrrfisher court house Monday night and started the movement that has n Its aim tho enlisting tho co-nncratlon of all the ctUzons In .Kingfisher county tor tno purposo of cultivating fraternal snlrlt. Tha old wall that has separated the farmers from tho business men Jr. this city has been dynamited and '3 tottering to Its fall. m Choice for Pentnnglo Debate f-lll toThx World, KINC1KISHRH. Msrch 18. King fWier college has selected six men to compose tho debating team that will deh.itn with thn varlnus col- lffes of tho pentangular organiza tion. Tho Kingfisher team will moet Kendall In tha nonr futuro In a do- "aung contest. . l'-I)lplomnt Lectures. KIN'i il.'iwii mu ' rrr.k inr" Jl. I'ulkorson, formerly vice-consul 'o Japan, lectured In Kingfisher last 'UegdilV P I flit IT,, nlnlmiirf Ihnt tllK democracy of tho world' would bo ved through tho putting into prac- mo principles of Christianity, g., . Mill Waiting for Power. KIVnL'iuiit,,. . . . Wahoinu Mm company has Its - ..-n,,,ry mill nuiKiing cnmpieicu equipped ready for tha manu ia lurlnL' nf flnn rri-A i- fln ". ,IIU ,11111 IO IU ;il "ei1 , aB soon as It can got powor me city which is Installing TSlPower plant. FINISH ST. JOHN'S HOSPITAL Revival Services lU-NiunT! FIRST KE. CHURCH Skin roughness quickly relieved by Resinol A llttlo touch of lloslnol Ointment after exposure to wind or un nnd I tunc iciifcc, urnwn reeling or tnc I Mcln will bo promptly dispelled. I Hhn t- lu hrtrtfl ltd titi mint nlnmnt , soothes while It henls. Try It onco ana you win understand why bo mauy people recommend It. Keslnol Shaving Stick contain th some medlCKtlon nnd It leaves tho nkln fre from smartlne or drynm. llolh proiiurfi old by your tlrugyht. Don't I'orgct the (Jrnnd Opera, Mnrvli SI-23 ONT.Y -1 ! DOWN Balance in easy monthly payments puts this fa- raous ElectricWasher TO WORK FOR YOU Phonrfor Dcinoiwtrntlnn In Your Homo This Special Offer Closes Saturday Night at 9 o'Clock Sharp Dode Electric Co. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS 11S-121 East Second Street, Phone Cedar 1140 Ijcst you forget ('.rand Opera .March 21 und 23 Do You Wear a "Stout" Suit or Waist? THEN you'll be delighted with "Aunt Polly's Out Sizes" in shoes for full formed women and girls. In nil the season's fnvorite patterns, black, white, brown, and in high and low heels. Oxfords, straps, boots. Tho slender lines imparted to these "Out Size" shoes give them a neat and modish appearance that does not betray the real size. " Tho Crawford Steel Arch Support that is built in every shoe holds the arch in the natural position and makes walking easier, besides helping the shoe to retain its shape. 115 South Main Street s 5 S Lest You Forget Tulsa's Greatest Event, Chicago Grand Opera, March 21, and 22. , i Just When You Want New Easter Linens, Comes This "Derryvale" Linen Sale Vandeuers ''TffB'iiwljfcnniriitnniiimiiiiinimii.-'- 7 able Damasks Luncheon Cloths Napkins and Sets Towels, Toweling Art and Dress Linens Pillow Tubing This is an event that women in this vicinity and for miles around watch for with eager eyes,, and patronize most gener ously (luring the three days of its progress. Nothing has been left undone to make this sale a huge suc cess, for it is our intention lo set n new high record for values during the sale. Just think of itl Evary piece of snowy-while linen in this sale is absolutely guaranteed! Derryvale Linens are known the country over for being ono of the finest linens made. They aro madu in Ireland the homo of real Irish linens nnd are loomed from the finofit flax grown. And the values are truly rcmnrknble. Not for mhny, ninny months have we been able to secure merchandise of this high quality to sell at anywhere near these sale prices. Clever women will do well to anticipate their linen requirements for Home time to come and buy generously during the three sale days. ' Thrifty Women Will Buy Quickly These Derryvale Pattern Cloths $5.00 Well do housewives know that it is seldom that they cah purchase such real Irish linen pattern cloths as these for $5. They Imvc and will be priced 99 after this sale, so take advantage of this 'offering early as we do not. know how long the quantity will last. The size is 70x70, nnd there arc sev eral very pretty patterns $5. A better quality of those Dcrryvaic Pattern Cloths $8.50. They have been priced at $11. Napkins to match, size 22x22 $10. Regular price is $H.fi0. Main I'loor. All Linen Derryvale Huck Towels, $1.19 '. Plain finish, good quality, size 18x0; regularly $1.50 special $1.19 Fancy All-Linen Derryvale Huck Towels, $1.49 Very fine quality, in size 18x3G; reg ularly $2 special $1.49 Derryvale All-Linen Toweling of heavy white crash, 18 inches wide; regularly 50c special 36c Planning a New Linen Suit for This Summer? All Linen Suiting $1.19 Yard This is guarantee to be all linen, M inches wide, and an unusually fine quality of white linen suiting. Many a smart suit will be fashioned from this fine material. The saving is worth while, as the regular pricei is $2 a yard. Round Thread Linen Suiting Specially Priced $1.39 Yard This is also in while, of exceptionally strong weave; hard, smooth French finish, !IG inches wide. Regular price $2 special, $1.39. Mi 111 I'loor, Derryvale Linen Sets Thin fnmnun hrnnd of Kiiiiruiitccd llnenn In nn extraordinary value lit the wile tulcen, Hero lire iitrnctlvu RctK of fluent Uiility, puro Irlnh linen, iriitlo No. ID.1 l'nttern cloth nnd i'S tuiiiklnri to mntchi puru hleiichcd 4rlitli linen; pome of the ilenlcnn urn orniimentnl circular, ncroll nnd rone; tulip, Krnpu nnd (Ireek Itoy holder, ehryx nnthiMiium mid Orcck ley. romi nnd circular rllilion, OilHtlo und rlhhou. 70x"0-lneli eloth nnd 13 fyiipllnN to mutch, til Itl pilco $19.75 I'OxfiS-liicli cloth mid 12 nnpkliui to mntch; net lalo prlco $21.50 Tabic Damask Poth linen and mer cerized; fine qualities it nubiitantlul reduc tions during this three day flolllnB. Nolo the uininu.il xavlnga: 69c qualities for r0o 8&c quallticH for IOu tl.OO qualities for . "Do S1.2& qualities for UHc 9 1.60 qualities forvjl.tll 11.75 qualities for 5 1. ail (2.00 quaUtlcs for SI. ."ill 2.C0 qualities for SI.I'H 3.00 qualities for $3.60 qualities for X2.NI) 14.00 qualities for $3.10 J4.10 qualities for Sit. .Ml 55.00 qualities for S:l.U.', (COO qualities tor St. 1)5 Napkins I.luen mid mercer ized. Now Is tho time to stock your linen chests with fine nap kins, Theso reductions I n c 1 u d o our entire mock ; 2.75 qualities. . S'2..tl t.1.00 qualities. . fi.Mt j:i.G() qunlltlcs. . SJ.HII SC. 00 qualities. . $:.." J !. 5 0 qualities. . $1.0,1 J7 HO quulttlcs. . 95.11.". J8.50 qualities. . $0.0.', 110.00 qualities. . S7.MI 111' KO qualities. . !.r.0 (13.50 qualities. .$10.11.-, 110 00 qualities SII.U,', HO. 50 qualities. . f.'..'ir. 118 CO qualities. .i:t.7.' 120.00 qualities. .31 1.7.1 (22.50 qualities. .$10.7.1 125.00 qualities. .$17.7.1 (inule No. I II! l'nttern cloth nrnf 12 napkins to match, pine hleached Irish linen; some of tho ileslK'is Include rune boqtift and rlhhou bor der, circular iIokIkm ami tulip group, Ivy antl rlhlion, holly herry und flreel; key, chrysanthemum. 7070-lnch cloth nnd 12 napkins to match; set 132.50; jf)A QQ talo prlco Drx.OO 70xM-luch cloth and 12 nnpklnn to match; set 135; ualo (fOQ AA prlco .... tDO.UU Blouses of Unusual Beauty Priced With Decided Economy mouses of voile, georgette, crepo de chine, satin, hatlslo and other fabrics. In shadeH of peach, orchid, rose, henna, and various guy colorings aro Just a few of the many appealing fabrics Hnd shades that aro hero ready to serve your every IiIouho problem. Homo uro with lace col lars, others nro collarless, but al Ishow In somo way or othor dainty embroidery touches. Worthy of special mention nro tho now blouses, just unboxed from l)u Droch. Han's, priced S12 to 137.50 nnd another shipment of flno quality, hand tailored batiste blouses, specially priced ut JC.50. Other film blouses from $il,.iu to $37..1( Third l loor Charming Sweaters Ono cun rendUy see tho gladness of the new, bright season reflected In the new sweaters adaptable to dressy wear, whllo others strike tho sports' noto with their dashing models of rolling collars, long tdeeves. bent-back cuffs of minora and belt of conrtasllng but harmoniz ing color. Kach model Is wot thy of u plaoo of honor In your wardrobe. A very attractlvu surpllco front tic-back model i.Vof lightweight wool In tho new tomato sliado. beavcr-colorcd angora trimmed collar and cuffs at 18. -A. tuxedo htylo wool sweater has fancy pockets, bulton-trlmined and braided sash, lightweight summer wool prlciid ..IK) fiis'oml I'loor fJrailo No. 121 Pattern cloths and 13 nnpklnn to match; pure blenched Irish linen; noma of thn deslnns Include -circular stripe, rose, spot and plain center, ribbon Imd chrysanthemum, plain center, grapevine with ball renter; alio mono design, roso nnd ribbon Intertwined: 72x72-lneh cloth and 12 72xS0-lnch cloth nnd 12 napkins lo match, set napkins to match, set 137.50; CrOn AO 40; ml KQ9 Kfi halo prlco tDOU.UU price .... tVOtOJ (Irailc No. Pattern cloths nnd 12 napkins to match; pure bleached Irish linen; somn nf thn designs lueluiln I'lirnallim with spot center, flour do lys. Ivy. und plain center, shnraton, shamrock with stripe center, chrysanthemum mid ribbon border, stripe center, vino, leaf mid grapes: "2x72-lnch cloth and 12 napkins to mutch, net Women Will Buy These by the Half Dozcnl Derryvale Tea Towels 35c for they can make worth-while sav ings on theso all-linen towels; havo red and blue borders, nre 23x30 inchesand of heavy quality. Regular price .is fiOc. Derryvalo Half-Linen Huck Towels, 59c Each Regular Price Is 75c Think of saving Kic a towel on beau tiful hemstitched half-linen towels of heavy quality, and generous sizo (18x3(1). Thrifty women will surely appreciate this wonderful valuo the minute they see them. There arc just , fiO do.en of these towels, which would be just a good day's supply for our busy linen section. Main I'loor. Round Scalloped Table Cloths In several very attractive patterns. These cloths arc 70x70 inches, of extra 'heavy quality, all linen; special at $10.95 Napkins'lo match; special . . . .$12.50 All-Linen Pillow Tubing Fina quality in 42x45-inch widths; regularly $3 special $2.39 Handkerchief, Dress and Art Linens Theso nro tho finest qualities obtainable at their regular prices thn sale prices make them exceptionally fine values; S5o qualities for COO tl.OO qualities for 79o $1,25 qunlltlot for 08a 11,50 qualities for $1.19 11.76 qualities for $1.39 (2.00 qualities for $1.S9 12.25 qualities for 91.70 I2.S0 qualities for tl.OA 12.75 qualified -for S-'.ll) 1.1.00 qualities for $'-'.10 (3.60 qualities for $2.H9 Lunch Cloths and Table Cloths I.Inen nnd mercer ized, Noto w o rlliy values Indeed. Women should buy ample sup plies nt theso prices; 12.60 qualities. . $l.0H 13.01) qualities. SJ. I'.l 13.50 Utilities. . SIMIH 11.00 qualities. . SII. I.I 1.50 qualities. . $:i.H.1 15.00 qualities.. $:i,US (11.50 finalities.. $5.00 (X.50 qualities.. $.1.75 (8,00 qualities. . SU.U.I ($.50 qualities. , n.M (10.00 qualities.. $7.50 (12.60 qualities.. $0.3H (13.50 qualities. .$10,15 (15.00 qualities.. S! 1.8ft (1C.50 qualities, .Sia.HH (18.50 qualities. .JKl.HH (l'J.75 qualities. .$1.1,00 (50; nahi QQ7 K( price .... tVJ I tUJ 72x!0-lnch cloth mid 12 unpkliiH to match; set ualo prlco $39.50 Towels and Toweling Much ami .Mcrccrlwl Thcro are never too many towels In one'i linen closet, so we suggest that you "buy during this solo nntl save." 16n qualllles for.. 130 060 qualities for 400 a0o qualllles for..l7c 75c qualities for .1o 2flo qualities for..lllo 86o qualities for OBU 30n qiialllies for.. Sin ( 1.00 qualities for 70i! 35o qualities for..l!! (1.25 qualities for UHtl 40c qualities for. :i-il 1 1.50 qualities for $1,111 30u qualities for.. :i Itl (1.75 qualities for $l.:iO 60c qualities fur..:i0u (2.00 qualities for $1.50 Sports Skirts -(Jrnilo No. 1 HO l'nttern doths anil 12 napkins to match; pure bleat lietl Irish linen; some of the designs Include spot center with floral atnl tlreek key border, trumpet, lily, ornamental festoons of chrysanthemums, vine, leaf, and itru pes: 72i7:-lnch cloth and 12 napkins to matrh, set (no; siilu price $45.00 72x90-lnrh eloth and 12 nnpklns to match; set sals price $46.75 Main I'loor Clilo Sljlcs to Welcomo tho New Outdoor Season Spring anil early summer uro always skirt mouths, and that tho separate skirl Is to bo moie popualr than over Is u forenoon conduit slim because of tho many appenlliiK styles, Huslly foiemosl among t lift favored fabrics ara the plajd anil striped patterns In colors suk Kosllvu of tho rjlorlous outdoor season. A very striking skirt Is of black and whlto checks with swipes of UnrdlnK blue, box nnd. sttlo pleated; priced $"5.00 Thoro nro others cquully smart, of storm serse, Jersey, plaids, whlto flannels. lUht and dark shades In fan-tn.si ciepo antl various silks skills for uvery occasion, priced ut $15 to $35 I hlnl I'loor New Silk Hose Specially Priced A vory desirable nntl flno quality Kruy chiffon Iioeo; icKUlar (3.50 quality, special $'.'.05 Children's New Hoso New l'"ny hoso In black, white, und brown lisle, flno quality; an unusual valuo at 7.1c Children's Hand Bags Newest styles, In tnffeta and leather; most every desired color Is represented $1.75 to $-.50 .Main I'loor s Attend the ChlcuBO Grand Opera, Contention Hall, .Monday nnd TiioMlny, .March 21-23 s 2 3- nOULDCR sr.