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12 TULSA DAILY WORM), MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1021 HOLDS LAND ON CHILD ALLOTMENT Stale Briefs White Mother Property 160 ACRES INVOLVED Mother of Dead Child TakcH An Appeal to the Su premo Court I UKMI UIKK, April 17 -Till' lornl I pout rif tin' AtiU'ilciin leKlon, tlmniKli ,. . Hi pri.iltK lion of u liiitni' talent nlmw. Not Al- Ihi w licit Ik tt cHHiiry npiiKixlmali'- JOWed 10 lnlUM'lL lndiail I ment hy the i.oHt commander. I HIIAWNHH. April 17. -A patron' 'lull or pin crit-tniicherM' Kimoclnllnn i Iiiih linen orKimizcd here for tho pur- piid nf co-nrillniilliiK cnnilltloilM It - mien limn tii-torn in city nrlHMili mill parent nr ptipim enrolled in the a'.'lmulit. MAI-KHTi:il. April 17 Mr-AIrm- tnr will 1 1 ( i v i ii iiliiyiiriMiinl for nohonl children h ii ri'Mtlll nf u npwIHl !(- Unit whlnh voted a ono-hulf mill pivy friini linen for mifriclent fluid to I lint ill 1 liioili'iii ilityi:iiiiiinl lit each nf tho ward IiiioIh. The 10-ltllll levy for Kfhool maintenance whr nlm voted ly the innrMyum. OlTHIIINd, April 17 The CuMhlim fee fair will lie enlarged to Include two more ton riMhlpa till yeur, the In I r committee Iiiim ileelileil. The fnlr will tin hehl euily IhlH full. OKMI'l.fllSn, April .-17. Kleveii your of fallliftil ncrvlie n the pwtt offli'e hcie linn lewnnleil II. II. .Mnr till lid Hllpdl Itltllllll'llt nf tit ft I Ih. (.'oti finilHlliiit nf hU appointment Iihr lieeti terelveil from WiinhlliRlon. The volume nf IiiimIiiihh ut the (IkmtllKce prwtnffire him almost trehli.it In Mint lime fr"tl to Tli World. OKH.MAH, April 17. The ttum of Mary Kindred vn. Tom Oarr win trleil hefore .IiiiIkc Millliinerii ill the Mpeilal nenalnn of the dim net ennrt liehl in okenmh and a de.cilnn wn liitnle In fiivnr nf tho defendant. The chiio Itivnlvril the nwnernlilp of I fit) Here nf land In 3 J -1 3 -f , nnil the iinedtlon wjik whether a mother nf nn llleirltlmatn child ronlil Inherl property, i ho fm her hclnn nn In illiui nnil the mother n non-rltuen. In thin time the father iccnrdcd the rliilil'H tin ran nnil hail It plneeil on tho Itiillnn rolln ii ml In ml wan nlotteil to It. When th child died the father helil the laud n owner. An nit Iimh whk imlil on Hie laml which In now held hy the Oypny oil company, which vnn reprenculetl hy counHel ut the trial, The court de cided that a non-citizen mothor could not Inherit property nml Kavo JiiilKinent for the defendant. The attorney for the plaintiff have up penloil the (line to the miprcmc run it mil! expect to have tho deolidou reversed, cltlnK a decbdon rerently hitmlcd down liy that t-olirt In which tho court held that tho provision cxehnlliiK noii-nltlzeiiH wan ntiro Kiited ami repealed when Ktatehood camo on, Tho leual fraternity, iih well nn many other In tho Indian rnuntry, wilt watch tho outcome of thin milt with Intercit. CALL FOR BOND ELECTION of Kiw t'lty l)rlrcH lUtenslon Water unit l.lk'ht .SjHtcins. Ierlnl to Tho World. KAW C1TV, April 17. An olee tlon linn been culled at Knw City for May (! for tho purpoxft of rut in R on the Is'iiiaiirii of Mr., una IiomiIh for tho extension of tho electric and Witter xyntciiix of that city, Tho tmprnvemcnlH Hinmht Incltido ti laiKer hulltllni; for hotixliu; tho city water nml lluht dcpnrtmcntH, the limtallatlon of a new electrical unit thnt will kIvo an additional 200 hornopower, purchami of nn nddltlon. ul electric tiwltchlioaril, oxteiiHlon of tho city strout IIrIiIIiik ryti-m, laylnj of 15,000 feet ot water lltii'H, and extomdon. of water, and electric bitv Ico to 348 additional rcntriunuco. Tho city voted IidihIh minio tlmo ko to put In ltd municipally owntd natural Ka8 HyHtotn. DfllVE FOR BOY SCOUTS Rclinol Niipcrlnlcnili'iil WanH Unit for ICacli Cliiinli and School, HpcrHI In TIlK Wnrlil, PONCA f'tTV, April 17. A com. plolu outline, for n hoy hcoiiI or ganization haH Imen worked out hy J. N'. Hamilton, city Htipcrlutomlnut of hcIiooIh, who will dnvoto nil of thin Kummer'M vacation toward pnttlnt; tho orHanlzatlon on ItH feet, lie chairman of tho local Iloy Hcout council. HIm plan IncluduH tho utlllratlon nf nit tho chtirchen and xchooln iih units, ench lielnif rcniiciiteil to or- Kanle a troop anil furnlHli a ncout- inuttter. this will kIv an limnudlato orKanlzatlou of from mIx to rlttlit troopH, wjth otheiM to lio added. Tho lilaiiH Include an encampment diir tng tho Mimuicr on tho 101 ranch. MUCH WHEAT GOING ABROAD : 'I'ralnloods Dally In (iulf for I'orelK'ii i iiHtotiicrh. Spoll tnTlie Wnrlil. PONCA (Try, April 17."ItlookB 111(0 tho cntlrn country, ho far iih thin nectlon of Uio United HtateH Ih con cerneil at least. In unloiidlnK 1'" wheat, for thero aro trnlnlonilN of It KOltu; Into (lalveHion dully and It In all liclttBsent rapidly overnean," says V. .1 Monalioe jf tho l'oiu;a City Mllllnk' cotnpany, who linn Jnat returned from i tiulneBn trip to the Kiilf count. Ho wiyn: "One thin; ulinut tho heavy hM. tnent alirond. nt tho prenent time, In the fact that ho much wheat Ih KoInK to countrieM that are not con . oldercd hh huyern generally (Ireece, Italy, and oven lturnanla. Wheat In alno helnc nhlpped to Franco, llol. Itltini and Home other countries." iri.w in of e.,miilm- unity nrKiin iXid.a tt in k liioweiM iihho' liitioh o il inteMiitf heie l.i.il week KxtelixiV' plnii.liiK of truck crop In to lie iliyid hefme alt (jrowerH of the county. AltDMOItll. April 17 April 22 nml tt have been net nntilo here n the day upon which membornhlp dilvcn will he 'hrld to Inrreano the toll lti Ardmoie'n Civic league. IIOIIAIIT, April 17 Pour htintlred Imlmi of KlnwA county cnttrni wore run thrnnnh a lorn I prenn antl Ittndeil unto rum for ohtpment to lrtittce. Thin In the firm shipment nf a nerlen that will follow lo ovemonn polntM. AlthMOIlK, April 17. -Hxxovernnr I'roiiKh of A i Murium, will deliver fhe commencement Hilillnwt to Arilmole public nelionl ,Mny it, necordltiK to nn announcement ly C. V. ItlchnriR superintendent of city Mdiooli, , : ROAD FUND IS QUICKLY RAISED Sixty-Three Yearn of Wedded Lite Celebrated With Six Children Here DIll'MltlOIIT, April 17 In order to ncquiilnt Druini hiht nchonl child i en with the elementary prinrlplcii of tho production, leflnlni: and dln trlluillon of nil. oil men have linen Invited to pea It heforo them nml In turn talo them upon u tour of the oil fieltlH Htirrotiudliur Drtimrlfiht, HIIAW.VKIO, April 17. --The formal dcilliatlou of the recently isompletitl Anher IhIiIko. May 1, will he attended hy 20.000 people, iiccnrdlnit to an en tlmato hy the committee In rhnt:e or arrauuemenln. Two npeclol tralim will carry Mhawneo vlnltot-H. I)ce 1,'atloiiH finm ndJolulnR conntlre have alHo nlKulfleil their Intention of at tendluu tho ceremonies, HNI1J, April 17. A ptlbllo welfare bureau, to take uharite and Kcncrnlly HtipirvlHe welfaro and churltiiblo no tlvllleH of I'Inlil, wiih perfected at a meetliiK of varlotm city orcaulzatlotiH, CIWIIlNO, April 17. A TwIllRht City Iciikuo, made tin. nf four teamn from IndiiHtrliil con(?iirnH of Cunhlm;, will open up the neiiHon hero thin week. TenniH entered aro from two oil flnhH and two railroad offices. AUD.MOIti:, Apill 17 Tho Okla homa I 'outer iiSHiiclittlon will meet In eighteenth annual convention hero on April 21 and 22. AdvertlnorH and men prominent In poster extension from all pints of tho country am ox pt'L'tcd to bo In nttondanuc, NOWATA. April 17. Moro than 1,600 peoplo from all parts nf Ottawa county attended tho burial service of Horrccnnt IcwIh Davis, killed In action in Franco. Ills wan tho first tiody of Xownta pounty men who died overseas to tin returned home. W'NCA.V, April 17. A bond Isnno iicifrcK.il Ini,- JK00.000 for water. llKl.t and newer ImprovementH In this city will ha nubmlttcd to a voto of tho peoplo early In May, the board of city coiiimlsnlouerx hait decided, V1NITA. April 17. PreparntlniiK nro bclnir made, hero to entertain vl Itots and ileleentCH to the Kastein Oklnhnmii District convention April 21 of tho order of Odd FcIIowm and Ilchckahs. OICI.A IIO.MA CITV, April 17. Thoiiimiids nf seres of choice Indian land will be thrown on I lie open irniiket in auction sate over eastern i ikl i tioloa, sliit'Mn ut ClMiemme, April ix, nml iIosIiik at Hiilllsnw Apill UH. WOMAN IS ARRESTEDlj Wlfo of l.'nir.- Who Shot llcpu I) Sheriff Mild for IIiuIiik Llipior. ferUI to Ths Wnrlil. ADA, April 17. --.Mrs. Molllo Trnmniell of Cnulifalo, who was or resled In thin city for transporthiK llfiuor on Urn day that Hen Mar shall, with whom she was traveling, shot mid IiltMd Dsputy Hherlff (Jus N'ebhut, comes to trial In th county Court Mnnilay. hen the offlCvrH nttetmited to arrest Marshall at that time for trannportlm; Honor, ho broke loonn. shot nml killed one officer nnd shot at another one an he passed out of the door of n hotel here. Mrs. Train men won in the room with hltn and was arrested. Marshall Is helm? held for murder and the woman In helm; tried nn tho liquor churne only. Tho evidence broueht out shown thnt hIio has some chance of acquittal. Temporary Court Iioii.m) Located. Hprll to Tin- Worlif, OKRMAII, April 17. Tho county commissioners last Tuesday signed a contract with tho owner of tlm Main hotel for a year's lenso on tlm hotel tin 1 11 1 n k nnd nro busy now rn modellmr the rooms to accommodate Iho Mevcrnl county offices, ltusli work Ih helm; done M order that tho court clerk's office and tho room tn bo used for the district court may bo In readiness on April IS, when the regular May term ot tho district court will convene. Work on Oil Field Koute Will He Pushed With Vigor KfiwUI to Ths Wftlti!. PAWIII.'HICA. Apill 17. Paw htiakii In a whirlwind cntnpnlKn iHlneil (3,000 In three hours for tho coiiHtruellon of the P.uvhuska Western hlRhwny, a shortcut to the Carter nnd Hickman pools, In town hip SI, laiiHS (S east. Tho highway proceeds nloni; tho Pawhuska-lltir-bnnk road for a itlstnnco of UH miles to hrsni li off Into a t'w-mlle titoff to the enit end of the Carter field, which lien to tho southeast nf the Hickman pool. The county road force will be put work at once. The name of the llartlenvllli) road, which has been almost completed Hy Osnt,'" county, has been changed to the Pawhunka-ltartlenvllle Scenic IiIhIi wny, offering perlmps the most tile tiilesiiio meiile iniilv In Oklahoma. Clt Irons hnvfl Hiinranted tho con structlon of a brlilK ncrnns Hock creek on completion of which tho h lull way will lio ready for all tour ist travel. KpirlH to The Wottit PONCA CITV, April 17 Wed ded for nearly Iwo thlrdn of n cen tury In the record of Mr. nnd Mrs, Isaac C. Coato of this city, who celebrated their sixty-third wed ding anniversary here last nlKht. They wero man ted In 1HIT8 In tho presence of 600 peoplo In tho Quaker church at Now London, 1ml. Their four sons and two daugh ters nr all living and were pres ent nt last night's dinner which whs served on the same walnut table Hint wan hi ought overland fiom Indiana by the Coates In a pralrlo schooner, 31 yenrs ago. Honor to Indian CikxI.h, Hiwll In Tin Wnrht. NOKMAN, April 17. Twenty soven part Indian itlrls nt tho Uni versity of Oklahoma figured this week In celebrating the first annual "Native Oklahoma" day. DetallH nf tho state'H history were stressed tin the Unlveislty Y. W. C. A. did honor to coeds nf Indian blood. .Minle Star .War Death, Hprrlnl to Thi. Worlit. NIOWKIItlf, April 17. Miss Mnbcl Colvllle, one of thin state's motion picture stars, Is near death at the homo of her mother, Mm. Frnnk Colvlllo, near Newklrk. She was taken 111 scleral months ago, when about to attain fame as a star and has been gradually growing worse. Hho Iiiih appeared In ' pie lures with Norma Talmadgc, Nazl mnva nnd others. Dohi I 'lend In Agony. Mlierlat tn Ths Wnrlil. PAWHILMKA, April 17. Cole Anderson, an alleged dope nddlct. Is In a serious condition at the county Jail following a night of agony In which the victim alternately begged for drugn or death to relieve his suf fering Anderson Is being hold on the charge of dope peddling. 'aTREAT FOR MUSIC LOVERS Organ llecltal nt Christian Church I'lciiNint Attraction Sundnj Ilogliinlng with the soft weird strains of oriental music, merging Into the sweet tones of lthelnberger's "Vision" and the dreamy echo songs, Interspersed with n beautiful 'ocnl volo and splendid dramatic rending, then closing with n full origin num ber bv James ItogeiH. Krnest Prang M'amm held 'his Inrge audience of Tulsa music loverM literally Bpell boood for an hour and a half Sunday afternoon dining the rendering ot hln IR orgnn recital. With one of the largest ntltllencs thin year, Mr Slamm was as'sled In his recital by Dr Mendn 13. Dull, haxHo, and Miss Josephlno Layman, render. Dr. Dntt, who possessen a fine bass voice, which Is characteristic for Its m . - lt.l.1.7. Y'..tl..., evi'linesw ot loot', rniiiH, i ii.- hiik ) of Shadows," by llarrl. Dr D'itt h is a fine understanding of music, and he Is n composer ,as well as a singer Miss Josephine layman lit con ceeded tn ho one of Tulm's hest dra matic readers. Her Interpretation of Henry Van Dyke's story. "The Txint Word," portrayed her splendid dra matic ability. Mr. Ktnmm played threo groupt on the organ. Heglnning with Stnughton's "Persian Suite," Mr. Statu m played a variety nf good se lections. One of the most beautiful numbers he gavo was "Virion," by Ithelnberger. In this selection the echo pipes were used very effectively. The recital next Sunday, 4n which Mr. Stiinnii will be asHlsted by the Tulsa Male chorus, will close this season's series of Sunday afternoon organ recitals nt the Christian church. M. D. A DRUG PEDDLER? IHx-tor lloisl, (omitted In I idcnil Court or Violating .nrnnio imw. Held In .Tall. Dr. C. O Hood, aged physician, who has practiced In Tulsa for sev eral years, waH Saturday afternoon found guilty by a jury In federal court, tinder four Indictments of vio lating the federal nariotlc net. Judge Colin Nelilett will pronounce sentetico sometime Monthly. Doctor Hood whs nrresttd In Oc tober of 1910 by .1. K Ortene, fed eral narcotic nKent, It. 13, It'ce and Charley Andsrson, police detectives', after the office had sent alleged drug addicts to the doctor, with marked bills ami" orders iu hit dope. According to testimony the addicts did procure dope from the doctor, and, according to the oOi ...... .. l.n.i ilmv xonri lied hLs office they found about 30 tablets of nmr phlne. . ,, , Severnl times before Doctor Hoot had appealed In federal rum' iinue similar charges. Ilo ptcadi d giuliy on two occHSlotis and was Html At one time, hta llcenw to .r,i. tUr medicine on a phydclan was uvokc l by tho state medical tumid antl he apliealed and wss pi n d u-nUr bond. Ills case Is yet to t .- Ii. aril After the reading of lb.- virdlct the Judge remanded the the tor Into tho hands or the Cnltnl St itc niarshal. Until sentence Is pro nounced the doctor will be kept In tho cltv Jail and when Informed of hl.i fm Saturday evening he ut- I eird a vig 1 1 'Us pri.tut, but to no" avail I COAL PRODUCTION SLUMPS Output In Week 5 .Million 'tons lie low Safety Margin. WASHINOTON. April 17. Out put of bituminous coal In tho week ending April 2 had slumr-ed to R,7f.o,000 tons, or "approximately 5,000.000 tons below the nvcrngo rognrded an ordlnnrlly safe," the National 0 oU 1 association nn nntinreil lodny. "Not slni o pn war days," It snld. ' had there been Hiith a low nverago output." The tondltlotis was attributed by the assot latlon largely to lat k of n market nnd had resulted, It niltlod. In the mines running at ' only half cnpa'itv with 100 000 miners Idle l'tiatiltiiiius Vote fur School, Spi . i tnTlio World. Sl.K'K, April 17. Tie , held at the sehoolhousi. 1 Vr,iJay for tho purposo nf voting ,lll9 public school Improvetm r,i I on(j, received the unanimous v.it. board propose tn erct a m u Ing, luiy additional slto ai d tllyp tho edifice. That loyal old dress suit should be cleaned at Clinsoti'i bnfnr. lb. - . - v. nit; moths get it. Osage 4660. Mon. Tue JyjST 'y!SVh''lDAy' I Rich as If Sweet as I Butter 1 R Nut I wBmm ICIks to Hold CoiiM'iitlon. Speelul tnThK Worlit. PAWllt'SKA. April 17. Tho fol lowing delegation has been uppolnt ed by the Klk lodgo to roprcsont tho Pnwhuskn chapter nt tho state convention at Ardmore: C, II. (III hert. Martin Cnrrlkor, (I. N. Kturgell, I.. M. Colvllle. Paul N. llumplirey. Kd T. Kennedy. Itobert Stuart, Carl H. Itlley. (1. II. Carson, I'retl Till man, John T. Kennedy, IMdln Thomas, Itobert (IrltiHtead, J. J. Worten. tvAtl'TXlKi;. April 17. Truck WM. S. HART IN PLAY OF KENTUCKY FEUDISTS Cast as .Minister Who Is KIiIpm( Son of Kentucky .Mountaineer. In "Tho Apnstlo of Vengeance," Triangle feature which will ho seen al tho Lyric theater today only. William S. Hart Ih seen In a story of the Ctimberl.ind mountains, "Tho Apiwtlo ot Vongennre," n drama from tllio Pen of Monte M. Katerjohu, Is a lain nf Kontuc'iV mountain feudists and Iiiih been handled with tho realism character istic of Trlanglu production. Its many tense scenes tire framed In settings of iinu.iiinl pic hires, men cm. thus combining two of the mont lm-i portant elements in photoplay pro duction. Hart In cufit ns David HudHon, n minister who Is. tho eldest son ot a sturdy 'Kentucky mountaineer. He la brought face to turn with the problem ot choosing between aveng ing tho death of his father, killed In n feud buttle, nml abiding by tho spiritual teaching that 'To mo ho longuth vengenco nnd recompense." Ills decision forum the big scene of tho story and how ho succeeded ulti mately in restoring order among the warring factions In forcefully de pleted throughout tho remainder of the play. Hart la supported by a capable cast, 'Including Nona Thomas, Joseph J. Dowllng, Fanny Mldgluy, .luck (Hlhcit. ami Marvel Stafford. Tho production was directed by Hart nnd photographed by Joo August. Advt. Notice to Our Patrons in District No. 2 Your Electric Rills are due and must be paid on or before tho 18th or service will be discon tinued. District No. 2 comprises all territory cast of the center of Main street and south of the cen ter qf Third street. Public Service Company of Oklahoma l07East Fourth Street Kcimcdu Building We close Saturday at 1 P. M. Orpheum Bill Entertaining A Host of Stars at Majestic Orpheum. There In a little bit of everything on tho hill at tho Orpheum theater this week, with u huge slico of beauty predominating. Tho beauty end of tho program !h furnished In thu revue, "lilts and Pleceii," Btarrlng Jack Patton and Lorctta Marks. This is Ind I a beautiful offering, presenting many lavish settings nml a group of stunning glrllcH that nro "easy to look nt." "Hits and Pieces'' Is a potpourri of snatches from prevailing Hroad way hits, and iih presented hy Pat ton ami Marks went over In a hurry. Tho mimical numbers were exceptionally well rendeied ami tho dressing of each mouther was excellent. Miss Marks Is n pleasing llitle somebody and caught on Instantly. She Is tho owner of a splendid volco nnd her eveiy mannerism was Irresistible. Mr. Patton had a lot ot work to do nnd did It clev erly, "lilts and Pieces" will be a Hotirco of delight to Orpheum pa trons this week. Wilfred clarko and company registered a solid hit with a sketch termed "Now What?" It Is to be supposed that the title has noth ing to do with the story, for th manner In which It went over gavo thu audience no chance to guess. There were n set lew of Hltll.itlons worked out In cyclonic fashion and every llnu spoken and every move ment brought laughs. Miss (Irnce Menken Ih deserving of special praise for her assistance In making tho sketch one of tho most pleaH Ing ever seen here. Sunan Tompkins emtio to Tulsa unheralded, yet it Is an umiuestlon able fact that Orpheum patrons will be glad nt her nciiualiitauco before she leaves. Ah n violin vlituovo tho charming urtlsto scoted posltlvoly. Her nppci.rnuco on this bill Is an outstanding fe.uuni and ndds a llaucy of tho Mujestlc performance yesterday. l'nlnit. Local playgoers who crnvo tho wholesome and optimistic rather than the Hcnu.itlonal and morbid, hail a rare treat Hurved them yes terdny, ut tho Palace theater, when Constant'!) Hlnney'H latest release was shown for tho first time. Tho story deaN with tho adven tures of n little working girl w'40 Is lifted from tho scullery of a great New York lintel to a life of luxury in a wonderful Ixing Island ivinntry place, hy a gang of crooks who have learned, from n pawn shop keeper, that tho girl ownw a rani old itllver goblet which bears the crest of a dlhtlnglshetl family of Irish nobility. The girl doesn't know much about her ancestry, but her mother had told her that the goblet was a family heirloom; the crooks pre tend to represent the family antl for a time tho girl Is very happy with her supposed grandfather. Then the real grandfather ap pears, and clalniH not only tho cup but the girl, and the fake Jewel scheme or tho crooks, to which the girl wan to be nn unconscious as sistant, Is roiled. Miss lllnney Ih supported In this picture by a capable cast which Includes Vincent Coleman, Illaucho Crnlg. Cecil Owen, William H. StratlsK, Charles .Mussett. J. 11. 1111 motir antl Malcolm Hradley. Tho Pathe Neww and Palace or chestra aided quite materially In bringing artistry to an excellent performance. distinct hrlllancv to the program. , " 1 "',,u'r Vanity Ilol.be and Nelson, two men. 011. 01a,l. because It Is a corking goo. tortnlned with a lot of nonsenso that took well and the Hinging end of the act Is exceptionally good. Saxon and Farrell Joked some and s.ing a little, while The Mellauns presented a novelty that gained applause. Max Vork'H PupllH will delight the children this week, for it can bo said that the cnnlnn specialty Is one of tho clevetest In vaudeville. lUaltn. Thero lem't a man. woman or child in Tulsa but what will feel glad for having seen "The Cowboy Aco" which began an engagement at the Klnlto theater yesterday. 1 melodrama with every essential thrill tn keep one on tiptoe, and glad to have been lit a theater wliern a Tulsa made photoplay was being shown and vesting an Inter est In a performance that Is satu rated with local color. Hut, "The Cowboy Ace" will draw thefttergoern without cnlllng on patrlotlMtn. It will draw here, there and everywhere 011 Its merits ns a wholesome play, that startlen with gentllnx Interest nnd rapid fire action. There Isn't a dull mo ment In (he entfre unfolding of the story, the direction Ih superb and the photoplay unusually excellent. A Tulsa man wrote tho story of "The Cowboy Ace," and Tulsa men own the picture. Tho locale or the piece Is laid In nnd about Tulsa and every Inch of the film is a touch of prldo to renuletits of tho "Magic City." Heglnning yesterday "Tho Cow boy Ace," along with six other Westart pictured, will be shown throughout the civilized world. In New York city. In Chicago. I.os rtiigeies. nntitn America, .lap. in, China. Knglnnd, Scotland and other points! Whorever there Is a mo Hon picture theater, right thero Will bo shown a Westart plcturo and labeled Tulsa. The Klalto theater was crowded yesterday with enthusiasts and tho surprising situations an brought out by tho author nnd director were applauded greatly. It Ih a pleasure to say that tho first ef fort ot the Westart Pictures, Inc., was tv notable achievement and If the balance of the releases measure Moodle. Filled with dramatic moments that exerted n powerful appeal, the Paramount ptcturliatlon ot William HIUette'H famoim play. "Held by the Knemy," was pre ivnted before a delighted nudlence nt tho Majestic theater yesterday. That tho photoplay scored was amply evidenced by the Interest Generally shown In tho production. Interpreted by an all-star cast headed by such players iih Jack Holt, AgucH AyrcM, Wanda Hawley, Lillian Lelghton, Lewis Stone and Walter HlerH and admirably di rected by Donald Crisp. "Held by tho Hnemy" h distinctly nn nrtl tlo achievement. Tim story has to tin with a hello who believing her hiiHhaud to havo been killed tails in lovo with another man. At the crucial moment tho husband turns up. After learning that his wlfo loves nnother, ho steps out of hlH wife's pathway to love and hup. pincbs. Mr. Holt Is excellent n Pretvott, whtlo beautiful Agnes Ayres was charming as Huchol Ilayne, tho sweetheart w'lfe. The Majestic News, Topics of up to tho same high standard, then tho Day and a special scoie of old Tulsa is on top of tho heap a a tune melodies enhanced the brll movie production contor It Will Pay YoutoMake I This Your Store 24 lbs. Common AA Flour UJL 24 lbs. Good Goods. Flour, guaranteed with t $1.29 48 Ibit Com- d1 QQ mon Hour .. tPXt 48 lbs. Good Goods Flour, guaranteed with lhoL;t $2.49 Good Goods Butter, guaranteed high- A A est quality .... r Large Sealsweet Grape Fruit . . . 2 for 25c Dependable qual- p ity Matches ... DC Ilussett Hurbank Pota toea, 100 perfect, peck . . Old Dutch Cleanser Good Boiling Beef 3 Dry Salt Squares Good Fat Bacon Excellent Light Bacon Fancy Puritan Bacon in boxes Bulk Cocoa, per lb . . . 10 lbs. Best C. & II. Cane bugar, per lb Ben Davis Cooking Apples, n per lb O Best Nut Oleo ZDC Stinkist Oranges 21G, pef dozen The finest grocery store in the state, with the low est prices. It Will Pay You to MU This Store Your Store I 13c 38c 10c 12c 14c 25c 38c Slice. 49c 18c II. Cane 89c 29c TRADERS NO. 4 s InTheir New Home nt 1 2nd and Boulder fruiter -Nut ESanislws m Klcctrlc Woflher I'honr Osage or Cedar .72 F. B.Deshon&Co. r.oTi Smith Main St Many a woman bakes her own bread because she finds it impossible to buy bread as good as her family requires it. But to all such women we say, try Tho Nr.,' BnTTER'NlIT Sreab Thousands of women who formerly baked their own bread are now buying Butter-Nut and have banished forever the labor of bakinc. lltitter-Nut, made of tho purest Ingredients nml scientifically mixed by our exclusive process, touches the taste of the whole family. One loaf will prove It. 11'h ISc nt nil good gro cerH, Hut look for the Itutter-Nut label, MiV," PERFECTION BAKERY the HEitllYJy BUEYSof iff) UmYJAMEf "It looks like a nice d? tomorrow" aaja Dill) Ocady'Eyca to Afo Jane Mary Jane and the Hop Toad BILLY BEADY-EYES va3 an old hop-toad who lived in the garden back of Mary Jane's house. He was bo fat he could hardly hop and he was the champion bug-hunter and fly-catcher of the village. One day Mary Jane went out to risk Billy Beady -Eyes if he thought it was going to rain tomorrow. For hop-toadaknow all about whether it's going to rain or not. Billy looked up at the sky a minute, and then he said: "It looks like a nice day tomorrow, "but I wouldn't be at all surprised if we had rain. Did you ever eat a bug?" Mary Jane said, No she never did. Her mamma always gave her a big piece of bread, with lots and lots of delicious Mary Jane Syrup on it, when she was hungry. Billy said he often heard that this was the very nicest thing anybody could eat, and it made little boys and girls fat and healthy and rosy. So she went into the house and brought out a lovely lunch of bread and Mary Jane Syrup. That made .Billy her friend for life. And now, whenever she wants to know whether it's going to rain or any tiling, all she has to do is go out in the garden and ask Billy. And he comes nearer guessing right than the weather bureau. LOOK FOR the next story afcouf "Marfjff and the Sunday School Picnic" T-D"RXT? For all children. The complete set of 20 Mary Jane Fairy Talcs, bcnutU -L JX-i-yX- fully illustrated. 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