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TULSA, DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 1921
)RY LAW AGENTS
START NEW DRIVE,
Miniate Hundreds of
Dructrists to Lose Li
"Rights" WASIIt' iTON. Aug. !. rrohlbl
n offl' l"1" K'rtirk another blow nt
evil whtoky toiluy. Tlioy Rerowcd
e lid tnrMT 0,1 bonded liquor for
uf purpi'iff. They began fll.iKlitnir
,(,, tip i" milts of tliounandii ot
nolenlc ilriimilBlM. Tho rcdlctlou
M ,,,,!, that hundreds woGld l.i
nlf from whisky Hiippllcg. Thn
-ritilt" i r wholesalers, who fall out.
A, pfn i-w test cHtiibllHhrd will Ixi
vnkrJ i r,,ult tot"1 "lth--w.ii.
" " vnnr will ho reduced to
v l .it RHllonM, Including dls
,,,,, .m r-t nil kinds.
I iifiini- in 1'rr 'nt Itule.
r ., r, , t. hit Haines Bild whole
. ,, ,. under tho limitations
L i,. t mi.. .1 ly new regulations of-
LK. Vl'' b" '0I"l",Ilrd to
L' n. r ,r F'l,r'' non-beverage
R, ,''',ky 1 ler cent
ly , i l,t Halms i .illf.l In
ESf.fi . f ii. -T1'' t"'" "d iirriiiiR'(l
mm ii.itc check on the bunt
i , ctli- w!i.'Ich.iIth for tho jiiiHt
(re hi. 'i '" determine the IckI
in ,'. r- nontw.
v , , r. i, ..ii director today
Krp i -"iii. t.. to iruiku mi tmnii'
Lm im.nt. m of stocks nnd Fairs
If W), .IimIith nnd to miiiiyvlM'
ur'fulU "i- future withdrawals for
,'dlnnil " ""IP" imn'OKcH.
M.HIV I" I LIlVIIM'S.
Many bir''' wholesaler by the
fw 'ml. '.f line been forced to re
Li a their t ...iiiirt'inents by 75 per
rt n ti.. biKl of their business
..jthnvn M IM.'ir IIOOKH. ..n.ri' mull
d'oO hf.liil"' dniKKlsls will lose
... i.i vittlulriiw and hell
huor to th retail trade by toilay'H
(I. r 1"' pr'iuiiiu"ii uiiniiirri.Hi
; wl.i cut tin Ht about one-third.
lirb c.r wnisKy mauuiucmi vi h
Is., n !'l " ' " "y ,Mr' ii'""e "r.iui.
i r, jf'.r u b,-,v manufacturers will
,t i.. pw "ted to produce In n
l, tn. lliyond reasonable demandH
the rf..l trade. Their whisky
i). ka. Cnttm!sir,ncr names nirecin,
be . imfr U ill a iimiien nuin
' i m I.-, plants, under carcftit
Di uinci Tin: i'aht wur.iv Hi. r.
were several nniill parllcn of busi
nctis iiiimrn und school Klrls ui th
Y. W. 0. A. mimtrUT rninp, known
as Parthnnln park. The lolm nnd
. amp will bo turned liver tohe
fapiilpn Y. W. for u two Hecks' Use
on Atimist 17.
Tim 1'1'1,1'ITH lit Orcutt Menio.
rial church and at tho Mithndist
thureh In L'laretnoro will be d.vl.bd
Hllnday betrteen HeV. I. I,. II.'.niln
of the former church and the hiiv
eMinnellst. Uev. Korrest Kleblit o(
1 '.irk View church. Ueverend Ilrnn
non will pteacli .it his own church
Sunday m..rnln and nt Olaremoro
KlimNUSim' I,olVin on the V.
V. C. A. campgrounds will be host
ewi Sunday to in IiIrIi nchool Klrls
from ni'trnliii; until the mornlPR
after. Thu Rroup will be diaper-
oneu ny .miss iihzci llell llest, imlm
State Labor Commissioner
Wants All Machinery
i ! ca'r . i;it r .1 i
J I r, 0 im(i n no and ha
t. tv i cm ' e j .b f p
Th m tut . . ,,f . . .
K . "ll.rn1
t w I ne. l
put up to
I bn . II
i s" lib in
OKLAHOMA (MTV. An f. -"livery
bell, pear mid pice of ma
chine exposed In ii miinnor whb h
could poKslbly oat Injury tn human
life Is costlni every factory or shop
inimiiKor who allows it, a great
amount of Ins, nnd tin re Is no tell
hue what It will cost htm In human
life," Claudf II. Connally, statu labor
cciiiinlsHl.mi'i', shIiI today. In a plea
for a your round safety campalKn.
"Tin- factory umniiKcr know In a
vngiio way, that It would possibly bo
boiler to have his machinery en
cbiMi'd or Ktiardcd, but It seems
nunillv expensive (n him, It Is hard
inlns Instructor at thu V. W and1!" "'"'W """ t'1"1 he will save
.mish .AiHrietta lloyer, assistant In
mructor. HI'A.VIHH WMl VBTI3HANS nnd
their families will picnic at Owen
park Sunday evenlnir. KathetliiK
about t! o'clock. "Tho M.ikliiKM" uf
the picnic spread wltl.be furnished
by punlu baskets brought Individ
MAHItlAOK l,lf.'i:NSi: Imued
Saturday. William O. Combs, 2.1,
and Kay Itrown. if!, uf Colllicivllbi;
. I', imm.us, J4. of .MliskoKee
Jewel lilsltiKer, .'U. of Norman
himself tiionev by siienJlojt." ('on
"It would be Impossible to show
each mini who has metalled the
safety devises required by law, how
many lives nr Injuiles he lias saved
by so lining and such a thlmr In
some cases Is abi.nl the niily yr.iv
men can bo bromtbt to the reallru
tloil of the neiesslty for protection.
It Is aln.ivs too l.ite to i-Iosp the
door nfti r the horn- linn been stolen,
but It Is never too Isle In In. It It.
to keep 1 ho Hiiialiulev c,f the hmwH
from cH.'apliiK. HccordliiK to I'on-
m.i I lie niajoilty of f.n l.irlcs so far
eye to the . ..ni.iiir . .niti i w..ial el.
Hons, upon hi. Ii ibeir p.'liti. 1 ;i . -
'depend, etlmstf. tliat these (iRiires
ran be trimmed bv at least tfino,
000.000, perhapn more. 8o far they
have retimed to flKiire on a national
spendlnr; bill of more than four bll-
. lion and a half doll, in.
The deadlock exists. lloth slde.4
are standing pat nnd appareut.y
visltlnx for word from n lush
lliuhnri'iiKMlictil Issiiim Mi. nil.
I Meanwhile, iho contrmcisy al
jteady hue pr.mdcd some embar
i riissmentH. Senator Ilorah, repuh
lllcan, Idaho, who iiccewfully
.biought nbuiit the reduction of the
army from r:o,non men to HO, 000
nien In the fare iif strnnii adminis
tration nppoeltlon. Is again on ho
Thlf time he wants the nrmy stl'l
further re. lipid to ino.fiOi) men and
has Introduced a resolution to thlsi
The sentiment In coiiKiess for
brlnclnc home the it.onn American
tn.i.pn on thu Ithlne wlnc'i his been
I lylnc dormant sline th" .'h.itiR. In
Indmlnlstrntioiit, i i'in telmt
worked dp Into the Icnnnd for
ecnoiny Tti s. to., is lM'y to pro
Mde einb.irr,isini nln for 'he .idmln
i..ttati"ii in it- for. ii p -'i. y
SELF DEFENSE !S
PLEA OF LIVELY
Dcleclivo (Maims Ho Shot
I Ilalficld Only After Gun
I Had liiM'ii Drawn
Wi:i.l'll. W Va . A tin. Hi) If
defense Is the claim of ( K l,lvel.
Ilaldw ln-l''elt detertHe, held under
bend In conneetlnn with the shoot
Inn and kltllnK of Klip llalfleld and
Kit t'hamber!'. Mlnn nioiinfslneei.
In a statement In newspaper men
"I reurel havlnn had to shoot
either "tie of llpwi men," Lively
sold, "l.ul It was u case of self de
fense, puro nnd simple" The nun
fIRht on the steps of the coiirlhousn
lasted pirhnpn n hiihIit of a min
ute, thi. detective added.
Ilo said In- was sIIIIiik on a bnl
tltliade outriide tho colli t ImilS"
when HatLU.Id, t'hamherH aiyl then
"Th. were lookliiK at me, and
ex. haiiKe.l Klances, nodding their
heads." he ronllnued "Sid wild
I soiiietbliiK to Kit. I couliln't ll.'.ir
i.Suddenlj Ihev stepped apart. I
.lonld we Sld' Jaw net like a sleel
Moth men nulled ttielr
Jumped lo my teet and pulled
Hid fiie.i at mi' and I Imme-
HAD "CHOC" AND ADMITS IT
I la ticn.
lllielt l.oin . t .Mil Mil
H. .Ile.l Klhl.iv of Ijpbold f. .l
.ii I. one .if. it was aiinoun.e.l
In re Hul in .In Itfincn In surMv.d
h a wife and Iwn children. Kim
ei al servi. es will prolmbly he h. Id
from Mowhray's chapel hut com
plete iirrnlienictlls have not ei
The f ii n.rn 1 service for Jii.Ik..
.limes II Wolvcitun. whnilled In
la muinliiK follonlnK a Mi..k.- -i
pnralsH Moiidni morntnir. will I"
held al the Hubert Mcllliney ib . I
Tuesday afternoon in n'clueK Th"
funeral svrvlriw were delujid f... (
several iIhh iiwslllnK Ihe arrival of
iwo of Ihe ll.iliKhleis who '
spendlm; Ibelr h. slloiis in i 'nil
The body of I'nul llsstlnirn. Ial
ill Ivor, who wim killed In ho n i t
wreck on North I'norlu avenue Ann
uesl i, M as taken to IIiihi.'Iv ill.
Alk., rrlit.iy nlKhl fur burial
II. II M 1 .
li yl ". . i .
Kallorm of ' . I
' b il w.i
lb il . h ''i
Hi. . Il '
t bit In Police ( oiii I
I Hue In Sell I lllc.l
'i .. .1 Nunm (jmiin, 1
I.. I. i I'nlli e .linlx" P,
I i i.l.i v n f t r ii n n n '
p..sselnii nf about firt .
... be. r.
"i il.'tni! w Ith nil
lu.li . inked Warn o.
I . s ... ,
. . i I mol. . s
flf . is A
.mil I 1
. m nne.
a', i. so "
'C jf t'i.lt
I . i ii -1 r d
In i b,n e In. ," vnn
1. i '1 11.- hi ii Uh W to
II were MM CHOI J WHOM or-I-:.
Miitphen I. K. Ornnner
Smith raldid the iiervnnt
In the rear uf 183.1 South
The I' I
I il.' I
.1 ii i . . i . i
.rtiinent has et
I. in an to study
ii ti ,i l..r plows.
DRUG WOMAN AND S2
ROB HER OF $150ii"J
iiImo did t b iliibi is II
BWA CITY WANTS
lUJS STREEJ CARS
)cs Jloines Officials Ask
Traction Company to
in; Leroy Carpenter, SI. nnd Lucille I I" Oklahoma, have shown wllllim
llauriairc, 1R, uf Tuba; I'Moyd 1 1. 1 ties lu comply with the law. and
Marshall, 21, and Maruerlto lich -1 somo had nlready donn ho, nucordliiK
'ii of Tulsa.
A rirriTION for divorce was fllod
Saturday In district court by Mary
.K Alclntlro aRulnst 11. C. Mclntlre.
WIUTI-3 properly ownern wl)o sus
tained property loksea throtifch the
raco riot nre eoIiik to meet Monday
evenliit; nt 8 o'clock In the district
courtroom, when a. permanent nr.
-iiii&.i. iwn mih or ,i-m-i-ieii jin UK' I l)Ulea11
iirsi mcp in an cuori in recover il-
Jl'LlTS V U VAN'S and Mrs.
Van IIooso weru married I'rlday ntt
ernoon nt the home of the bride, niK.
North Cheyenne, The woddlni; wah
attended by only n few personnl
to a repoit of Hi,' bead of the bureau
nf factuiy liispciiion. i.i Cuiinully.
The leporl i-hriwcd that uf S.1 In
dustrial and luaiiiifn. tut Iiir eslali
llshmetns rcpoillnn to tbe depart
ment. !i2 repoiled favorably. Only
one did not sec tbe ne. essliv for In
s'.alllmr any sort uf safety a'ppllance.
Sixty-thiee fncti.il.-s uf tbe slain,
expended )7l,Oi)3.SS for tho InHtall
ment of safetv appliances, for the
iisin,! yea.- i'.i;i, ac.-uiilliu: to thu
diali Iv shot ba. k
and was iihIiu:
I nn. I tell nnd
Imiiiedlately w ft
erwards. Then .Mrs. ChnnibeiH al-
i liu ked mo with her umbieii.i. i
2 -mCll hntcr Aliartment Kr.il.b.,l Ihe umbrella, threw It awaj
p ami lin n waiKeu over in toe onice ui
tho Juatlce of Ihe pan" and surren
dered. Thu report that I shot Into
dhiimbetii' body while be was Ivlim:
on the slops dead. Is an absolute
New Indian Xitcut m Minwtii-c.
Il A asm Ulr.l I'raas SlJl.. Wlra.
HIIAWNICI.; Aim s Jei-einlnh I.
Huee dl of N.nlh Onkela has been
Riin'"l'l"hi'"d lndiilt iiRciu nt HIihu
am. i-f-eiliMK i r ii i I'i'iivr liu.
iiftenev has .Iiiik. .r the affair .'
Ille fiAp and I'ox. Mliiwneen. I'. l
lawatnmlew, Nl. k.ipoos find lowas
coeiln,: a Iiii-kc ieriii.T
The 1 1 7si Provides for Ihe Future
An application for a cnnlnul at
4 Per Annum
will insure .sou a loan in a vc-rv sliorl lime thai, will
nat tui one-hall or niorr on inloro"! rale.
"Kcpp ,oiir money at liome" h jrooil atlvice, )ro
Mtletl Mm Keep it in your own limne.
Union Home Builders
C. II. CLKVI'I.AND, Aueiil
H-17 Kennedy HldB,
and Use Chloroform;
MELLON TAX ROW
UP TO HARDING
PKS MOINT.P. Iowa. Aup. C. Kf-
irts to end tbe tie-up of street car
rvlce here, which boc.m when
ids Wade. In tho federal court,
intrd the He Moines Street Itnll
iy comrany permission tn wuspend
cratinns, were belnB continued to-
iy. City officials nnd various busl-
!3 erKanlzatlons nro endeavorlnB
work out n plan that will permit
e firect cars to resume,
n, Ci Chandlers, receiver for tho
rett railway company, contends i
at the earn could rcaumo service
butes were denied permission to t
i car line s'roets. Ilo as-serts that
th.s were ordered, tho street rail-
e would ri'dii. e fares from elKht
'. .? ..rtef a few months,
atinl i ii-. q ,if thn rhaniber of
Uyf'o ar nld to favor resump
street ar service at a five-
r-irt ch the understandlnn;
' on iirtnion bo entlroly ro-
isc meanwhile, continue
iii'M'em.i . ipaclty business, hus
nrrs are . i.dcavorlnK to Induce
h. ity ce'ir il to cuarantee them
n.rtrrrupt. '1 use of the htreets for
f .ir. T'i. . il- clnro they will put
husn, .- urn to caro for traf
ln itriM"ii immedlatoly If this
icnrffjflii h it mted.
Marshill Mn',. r. snner ntendent nf
Itv utrectj. h is today favored fav-
.1 an ii1".. iftifti to thn llnrrlu
Criiff .nmnnt. ,,f phlrfiirn. nrlnclnal
nndhnlilfr of the railway company.
manumsa tb u tho company re-
U'lii "tiHiati. s ,.r reinovo Its tracks
M'l tt'i sire.
Mayor II. it. Harton declared nn
'nipt w imifl made to sneed un
orecloture ule of tho street car
ni In rut. r that new interests
lay acquire end operate It.
IQUISITIVE TOT GETS BUMP
HOLD OPEN MEETING
iiiCKcstlniiH Itcbilho to City ChartiT
Wclcinniil nt .Mass Mii'llni; lo Itu
Held .Monday J'.enlii.
KuKKcstlona in reunrd tn tho drnft
Intr of n new city charter nro asked
for and will bo welcomed nt tho
open meeting of thu nlvlo oommltteo
headed by .lames H. , DIbks nnd
formed nt tho Instigation of tho City
club, Monday evening, AURiist x nt
S o'clock In thu .Municipal uudlto
Vlum. Tlie cominltteo hold Its first mcet
Infr slncu tho appointment of Its
members from the vnrlous civic fir
cnnlzatlon of tho city, la.t week.
The meeting tomorruw nlcht will b
opened to tho general public and
nil penplo who nro Interested in thu
proposition of a city manager form
of government nro Invited.
President; Kcturns From
Vacation to Face a
ny (mourn: n. iiolmks.
WAHIIINCTON', Aug. r,. J'ref-I-dent
Harding Is corning homo from
his vacation to find a feather con
flict In i ogress between tho execu
tive and legislative brunrlien of thu
Ills Say Only Way Out.
It nppenred certain today that on.
ly presidential Intervention can
straighten out tho tangle over tho
1922 tnxes nnd end the dlsputo be
tween congrtHS nnd tbe treasury
department on r how much is neces-
niry t keep thu wheels nf the gov
ernment turning for another year.
Secretary of the Treasury Mellon
and bin advisors, Willi nn eyn to tho
DALLAS, Texas. Aug. (i Miss
Loulsn Itussell. 21, was bound,
diugged and rubbed by Iwo masked
bandits who entered her home nl
211 .North ll.irwood slreet shortly
lit fore midnight.
After gagging- and administering
chloroorm to Miss Ilussell, the rob
ber ransacked the room and ad
Joining I'uiiiiiH nf other occupants i
and escaped with approximately
Jl'.O. hut overlooked furs valued at,
J3.000. ' I
Miss itussell Is In St. I 'au I sanl i
tnrlum, suffering from ,1 nervous
shock and Severn bruises on tho
nerk and arms. Tho robbers gulden
entranco tnMIss Jtussell's mum by
cutting u small holu around the (
screen luck. i
She was found lying on tho floor i
In nn unconscious condition by .Inn
Nicholson, a friend, who roomed In
a nearby upartment, who notified
A white man, 311 years old, was I
brought to pnllco headiiiarters this
morning and Is being questioned
connection with thn case.
Itiil Cross :n Itnhv ContoM.
HpprUl lo Ths WorM.
Tlio (ircer Countv Kreo Fair asso
ciation will hold lth annua! tnlr hero
September II tn 17. There will be
a baby contest. The Itcd Cross chap
ter will havo a booth In which tho
better baby contests wdll be con
ducted. The woman's auxiliary nf
tho chamber of rummrrin will co
operate with tho Ited Cross.
I'i..uiii' for Scout Camp.
S.f.UI n Ilia Wnll.l.
M A Nl I I'M. Aug Mnilgiliu II. "V I
ScnutM am boldlng regular nieetliii.-- I
mid have slaiteil tlulr flist old '
IriilnltiK In picpariillun fui gointf ,
lulu their solium i en nip The Cnmp ,
I'lie C.lil will b in Ailg'i't f. f"r ,
a in ilut on 1 1 ti c i 'i Mart o't like,
with tbur g i.iidl.in Mr 1'ni'i ( rit '
Quickly Relieved by
WnkeflildM lllnckbcny ll.iHam
linn been the surest and ipibk
est remedy fur dlarrhnr.i d)sen
tery. chfilcra Infantum, and
chi.lern iiioibus fur ifl yenis.
While It Is iillck and piihlllvu In
lis action, it Is hai micas and
docH ii'il conitlpali.. It che. kH
the tiouble and puts tlio slntil
ach and bowels In their ualuial,
regular rnndltlon Of the mil
lions of bottles sold, no ciino has
been reported where u cure was
not effected when dliccllona
Kvcrv homo should have a bot
tle or mole on hiiiid. ready for
sudden allai lis- BOe nnd $1.
1 bottle holds thieo times COc
size. Sold cverywheru.
tall and I
' '.Iroi l
nn. n ,n i
1 l.' iim
i;in. hisiip .
" 1 rek. n I
"'(1, lh.. fi,.
"r"' ltli th.
mm. ns, Jr.
(irnilng in 12-I'oot
T Aug. fi. Llttlo
rs of nge. daughter
' -'reel of this city,
1 Injured when she
be bars of u grat
' 1 h concrete baso-
walking nlnng the
I, r person, who bad
tn . harge During
' anfleld building,
t conversed with
' niecs slipped nwny
pretty bars In tlio
in tho basement en-
bead. She. was
"ti. lous. but n phys
'U. it, could discover
' ' . Aftor being re-
i'l was able tn con
1" tor, and In a few
I d off Into a natural
I'd Hcpaiiinr Loans
'Vorc by lied Cross
.unty 1,, ,1 prr,., ,, i,-
JP1.' ,, ,.upo rct,lrllca to the
"" aln ...m balanced dur
. "' July. The former
- l J a fin .1 tl.n l;f
t -' .''U'ng to n report
m o.a.. "'"unor ot fam-
l f nit Ifllll I ' f-. j a
h totalled 170.
'i be connected to
K " Itet has been
Atiiig piayur pianoa
A great many people do not understand banking.
This is true in more cases than one would imagine who is
not in daily contact with banking problems. Banking, as
a matter of fact, is understood only by those who have
used the facilities of a modern bank.
If there is anything YOU do not understand we cordially
invite you to come to the First National and ask as many
questions as you wish.' If you want to know how to open
an account, write a check, draw a draft, send money to a
distant point or transact any other business we will gladly
explain the procedure in detail. You are welcome,
whether you are a customer of this bank or not.
Ask Mr. Hugill, our lobby man, or drop into the Business
Extension office, first room on the north side of the main
entrance. You will be welcome at any time.
First National Bank
FOURTH AND MAIN
CONVENIENT FROM EVERYWHERE
Also I In van a Brown and Black
This is the last shipment of white silk hose for this sea
son supply your needs now
Misses' Hosettes Children's Socks
silk S lil
Full fn.sliioni'd Mary Juno Sillc
JIohoUos ' in white, black, and
dark brown. Sizes 8 ' to 10,
$ 1 .00
Phoenix Silk Lisle, very fino
weave; white with pink, blno,
and tan striped tops. Siz-s 0 to
!)'u; 8fic value at
Infants' and Children's Phoenix
Pure Silk Socks with crochet top, a bio with lisle Hurler top in pink, blue,
Hrccn, al.so black and white. Sizes l to I Vj , up to $l.fi0, VP
valuer), iipccial at 1 OC
Tulsa's Livcst Leading Honiery Department
In the Front Rank of American Retail Institutions
ricpondH upon knowing ALL facts relating to the particular j
The Title Guaranty
& Trust Company
with its correct and complete abstracts of the records is pre
pared tp furnish all FACTS OF RECORD affecting title to
any piece or parcel of real estate in Tulsa city or county.
Title Guaranty & Trust Company
COS DEN BUILDING OSAGE 8100