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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THI'RSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1921.
SAYS 'NORMALCY' 'wheat needing rain BEGIN TRIAL OF m$ is convicted long face is
VERY VAGUE TERM
S .III' sil iy mi. i Him
Mu May Tells Kotarians
Price Advance Began
Before the War
p ; ,
t. tl '
nl'v" is n vacuo and II;
rstood term nntl when em
us it boa been during re-
.n'hi l.i mennlniclefii, Max
i.irr, at the Hotnry lunrh
)l"ti l Tulft Wednemlay noon.
wuld have been advance In
of various commodltla
iy ai there have been even If
i had been fought, he added,
prove his point ho nave a
.ra lvo history of prices from
p. vcrai vears before the war
w mt tu dtaeusi briefly tho
i. rmalcy' an It Is applied to
. it of roimnndltiw," he ex
1 "I wish to point out to
V iho term normnloy as It ti
.- ".id by most people today Is
I'.mer I want to nk you to
i rirntal stroll with mc, so to
over a period of some 20
vt i i na ii'urn irom actual laci
ilS ',-ures that 'normalcy' as It Is
,Ln 1 i i common vornacular really
ntv has existed.
Covers 20 YraiN.
1 view tho prices of rom-
t( for the past 20 years In mv
n" In particular (clothing)
'1 it Is truo In mv lino Is
as trtio In other lines I can
t-iadual advanco of prices. So
li.i prices that wero normal
7 wero practically 33 1-3 por
rent iiih'iicr in iui, ana ino prices
thft ucro considered normal In
1107 linvo again ndvanced 33 J-.1
pr r.nt by tho tlmo wo reached
here I wish to venturo tho
(uwn' n. and I do so without fear
of . tradlctlon, that even had tho
vti ar not taken place com-
mcdi'", would rmve cot so per
cent and perhaps even more in 1321
aj compared with 1014 prlrea."
As a concrete example of his con
tention Vay mentioned that In
1807 a certain nationally known line
Of 'Mhlnfr manufacturers featurod
their main lines In Its products,
r.smr'v one lino at $7.50 which was
Intend' d to retail at 1 10, one line
tt fl(50 which was intended to
retail at 15 n, suit, and Its highest
rrnV I'ne at J13.50 wnich was in
tended to retail at "tho munificent
prlre of $20.
Rklnp'njr a cycle of seven years,
the sprakcr pointed out. this same
lino ' clothing was wholesaling at
Jin n to $16 50, and rctnllinR at
$15 to J2E, showlne an advanco ot
33 1-S to HO per cent In loss than
ten years, which was In a normal
Ono Continual Ailrnnco,
"In 1914 tho $10.50 lino of 1D07
advan d to $15. B0 and $18.50. and
the highest ffrmlo line wag gradual
ly advanced to $23.60. In other
words, what were tho $15 suits of
1807 becamo tho $25 suits of 1914
and the $26 suits of 1907 became
the $35 suits ot 1914." Advances
dnco that time havo beon only
proportionate, ho explained.
"We havo learned tho lesson that
you cannot stop buying without
stopping tho wheels of Industry. The
only function of money Is to circu
late. Whenever It ceases to per
form this function, it lnstantanoom
Iy ttops tho wheels of commerce."
Work dl'lcntly, spend wlely. fo
that Is tho only way to keop tho
wheels of commerce and Industry
revolving. May advised,
SOUL DISCUSSED BY SUNDAY
Condition of drain In Ktnto l Hell-
ous, jtoiHUi Show- Die from
Drouth In Sirtloiw.
Ilr AMorlatxil Pre.. Mil VVIr.
OKLAHOMA CMTV. Nov So -Wheat
continues in serious condi
tion as a result of lack of moisture
In all sections of' the stte except
Hie eastern third, according to tho
weekly weather and crop rsport Is
sued here today by the 1'nlted
States weather bureau.
"The drouth has become
serious in the central
tns heaviest producing sections. It
Is reported dying from l.ick of
moisture In iom lnelltls A great
dnl of wheat sown In dry soil has
A I I CPCn Ol AXTD Man Who Hn lnreil nnrt Often
MLLrhrlJ .1 AYrlx nmiu- oinvuiMi of ut. tiu-h
I IL.I.LULU UUn I , imnMiinent lfl tn Court
I Karl .Matsh, lnn a prominent j
. . jflguro In the dlslilrt court of this
Al'thllr mirrM T niens .Tlivv leminly. who bus barn trlod on i
:.. rt..Mf ' m . . " uume
in aiiionua lown on
roKTixrwn moM r.nw ovk
30. At a I
mom! H. rl. Matsh was iicciiMd
at suilo theft and the Jury left the
punishment to the court, sentence
will be passed Saturday.
Malah was convicted or mealing
a Hudson, on November l,
from J. I. nuUlngton, Bevi-ral
which l trvlng him on a charge o'f!mP,1,h" M,4,''h waa trlea on
murdering Kennedy ' 4 chart f receiving aiolen prop
.lnH. v.- 1 1 arty and after blng out aorI
"in in regular session in a road-
rous oesslons ami on many
Charges, was convicted for tho fit t , the dk Is took delegation In his pell-
, .. ..- .. i,.. lion
JtllJ Ill Hl- I VII' " ,,
r .L .'.nKd I hrt distance from tne r., nt where
I . , . rTV 'l lWiio" K"cdy fell ead August
e condition of wheat Is 5 last, fr0tn a shotgun wound, Ar
oor and delerloratlng In thur c. Rurc), today fared the Jurv i
i hours the Jury was discharged,
not ni-niii..t ui.,1 . nn.i.i..k.iu wiiv in from f n.. i.- i.. ... wllhout ictiirnlnff a veruict. 'ine
ncreago of prejiared xround has not i cottage where the tragtdy oc- HI':. '"""J.'.kI"!? h!l
been seeded." I cur red, and l'rank W. Stoddard, ! s il h Jr, .! In. rtoln
8toe.k water Is said to be short In d,!,!"y "inty surveyor, continued 1 ' ' IV.H '
much of the southweatern portion, j ,'""y Nn at the I.os Angelei ' 7, 'Xu hM b.
ino eastern tmr.i or the state Is In ' ; ' "- ''!''r"w'V' ',u".u' Idefrn.led bv John Svkea. hut In his
Intwst escapade, one of the princi
pal wltnessiH against Malsh v his
foimer iilturiiey It Is believed that
t,ho cunlcled man will uppenl the
fair to good condition as regards soil J"lraihlenipnlnt eonneotod with
moisture, tho report says. I ,i,SM'' . . attorfisy
Tempernturea during the week ' "l.j ?i!51!ll,5'i concerning whlcn
were moderate and slightly above ' u(l,rBll te"mony would be offered
U?"aveeVe' uror'' " "'8-.
the aveiage, the summary mi. dlraled as the Kennedy honi",
nioc aiTrTP rTnliiTlTT mrn' l'"ohml u10" H "',H hillside 20
MISS ALICE GRAVITT DIES r"t '" r a!o ilia toadway.
, and a flight of a dozen stuns lend
ing up to It. On the ninth step
(torn the rondwny was n tArk rel
stain which, It had been testified,
marked the plnce where Kennedy
was found dead. Clumps of sy.a-
.. . no.-"ii ,n viurs ami
ni mil, Krlnm h i-m ,,it -hIim- i.1.. ..e ,1...
Cutlet n! Kerritl-t Hi Ilo Held
Aflornoon ill U:RO.
Miss Alb-e l.ynn (Iravltt, 624
foul li Wheeling avenue, pnssi',1
nway Wednesday alternoon a'
o clock following an Illness
I, . - I I "II
Mrs I Jklniii, !! f ih 7""" fr",n m" '"""
Mrs. ,1. M. Adklnson, wife of the , ,iBtrlrt attorney said, the stale vx-
' 'm,erT.n.erlvTePwtn he hell thl '" "hoMihot was fired which
l'uneral services will be held thl , , aue.l Kennedy'H death
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Ira- t " y uo'""
mnntiel Ilapttst church. Second
street and Kockford avenue. Hur'.ai
Will bo made In Hose Hill. 8he U
survived by n mother. Mrs. Klla
CVravltt, three nlsters, Mlm I'earl
Clravitt, Miss Adle Qravltt and Mrs.
V. M. Adklnson. all of Tulsa, and a
brother 1,. o. (Iravltt, a merrhant
"And Lord, wa pray Thee that
Thou wilt sand that delegation from
wharo is it from, Hodey? an he
pivoted Inquiringly toward Koda
And with KndehegVer'a assists nee
he made the grsde.
Approximately 110 people lilt the
trail last night.
Miss Hodahenvar's singing Is so
unusual and delightful feature of the
meetings this week. The sung lead
er's slsler sang for the second tune
Tho isst meeting for men onlv
that Sunday will address will ho held
the afternoon of this coming flumlay
The evangelist will address women
only at one night meeting during the
campaign the day to lis announced I
later. The last two Hundny niter-
rf"M nrifllim PI AllI noons or the lampalgn meetings will
UcNY DtLUrltK lLAIIVIi fr an peopi.. ,
Next Mnndav m cording to his
'I!:.!' s.nni of till f..ik lii Hie
I'nnrll have liee-i lilt li.l lilld
dining the meetings was tin- elite
nient made by Hev. J. W. All" I in
Ills short talk during Iho prayer ( on
Fi'rn.e, mil, ne aaui it cant iigm
fily he present, because It's true
I The great trouble with the churches
of Tulsa, ha Mid, la that Its mem-
t'rrs hate not consuming, IhiiiiIiik
pasalon for the aoilU of unsaved
folks. No isnnder, ho snld. tb-it
ehurvh people say they cun t do
personal work It la nntuuil tluit
they should not he ahle to do some
thing about which they know noth
Abel wn one of a grout
ers hi t lie .i mi'i ni i n .
drifted in, nlnifU in two .1
and sii.iiii-. all iIiioiikIi in
bei ecu t li li on - of 1 . .
M III l
Hi ei end H rti I u
ll'l- I Ilnoii HIM niOll 11.
The Neconmn i tub, al Us rrgn'a.
nio ting Tiii vbn, dei liled to ,n t up
suggisilnns niHile In l'i..,i W
Kapp, Mll'v HiimlHi niaiiiK'i ut.l
during the leninimlei of the ie
val serUeea will porsonnllv rnee"
an young men among tho Sundar
..inverts Club members will do all
in their power to bring tho young
m. n Into the church and k"i them
there mid In addition U'.l
tliee and other young men of the
'I'v without religious affdlutl mi '
. meet with tho Hecntym or .Ciop
jnlubs where religious trnlnlng is
I 111 e. 4
i l II Oil
Holidiiv ilondi Km,, urrlved. wlfb approprlatn gifts for everybody.
Wo bought iarl to nvntd the rush.
Dr. IJuddlcston, Optometrist
Sox a iMilr of spei Itillv ground glasses would make an appropriate
Our Jeweler and Watchmaker
Court Holds A)lum liiiinilo is Not
Heir tu OUinulgcc Cll) l'rupcrty
Vnlucil ill .Million.
OKMITI.OISK, Nov. SO Claim ot
Hlmoii llclrher. an Inmate of the
Insane asylum at Vlnlta. to a share
In tbn estate of Chi latopher Colum
bus lleleher, adopted Creek Indian,
was denied by a decree handed down
toilav bv District Judge Mark I,.
Iioxarth, upholding Judgment ot the noon
IS FATALLY INJURED r rnmerty In the city of okmulge
iipproxunaieiy a million
alued at iimiroxlinalely a
.1..,!.. 1 I. ...I ... .1... ...II 11.
Man Struck by Cnli During llcaw ! inieruti (il- eomonnv nlmit
lUin Xrfi-t Mglit Not i:isttiil lining located on u pnrt ot the prop
to IiUO. It.rli. Milium Itletiei- It wiim lillelfeil
A man tentatively Identified as l'eto 1
Oavlnw and whnw m?o h thmiKht to ciiriBtiJutr C. Hrlrhur by ft com-
wC tiitOlit ud. Win kitllUftlM. down lilld : ttlnn law vftt In ttn nf th( i
U. S. ASKED TO INTERVENE I K,lV?y-51,yi J,Ufrt t-bxii?, v:ll0,7 '',lui'"-'( cek- H1,0 "t;5
I Ihxlcah driven by .1. V. Huppn. 22, not reuogulzed as his son. Kvldcnco
was introduced In nn effort to show
habit. Hominy will preni h out of
town and Mill go to l'awnee.
IVivonal Work Slrweol.
The trend of this week of sermons
and of theme of the tiilnimry meet
ing leading Into the buck linns ot
th i-eial campaign, Hilly rlunday
III his tabernacle, hat been per
sonal work. Mies Florence Kinney,
In her bible classes held every aftrr-
lollovvlng tne regular after
lermnn, has taken that sub-
lect for her series of studies. Mrs
Asher stresses that In her noonday
talks, Mrs. Huuilay wove her talk
about that phase of levlval work
last Hunday and It was personal
work that held the center of Inter
cut In the continuous prayer nerv
Helps to break
Up COldS When you fc. 1
X n mid romini:
on, put plenty of Sloan's I.mimtnt
on your throat, cht and lui' U J iu
beforo colli? to l'f'l- It stattn vviinn,
tinglinu circulation that hci , llm
cold Irom "eettling" and lulpi lirak
it up, while its healthy vnpor.i buotho
nd clear thu lunKS ami throat. Don't
rubton'l bandage it ptr.tlri.tti.
AO Jmoft'iU-JJf. 70f. $U0
Keep It linnilr
gi .n 1 1 I'
inn make v
it'll' k err ti
or old lewelrv look Hkn now,
i. M uoik guaranteed.
' ill it 111 Hmith lloeton Avenue
HI it lull.
I S blocks south of tho Trlsoo
I'ivo TrllK'H Head Wants Govern
ment tn AftMM in Oil Suit.
MUSKOOKIJ, Nov. 30. Follow,
lng n conference today of roprescn
tntlvos of the United States district
attorney's offico and tho superin
tendent of tho Five Civilised Tribes
It was decided to ask the govern
ment to Intervene nnd to havo a
voleo in any settlement of tho pend
ing litigation to recover somo
$15,000,000 from plpo lino com
panies nnd other purchasers of
cruda oil In enstern Oklahoma.
Tho oil involved In tho suit Is pro
ducod on rostrlcted Indian land nnd
tho amount claimed by tho litigants
represent tho difference between
tho market price nnd tho premiums
actually paid for tho product.
SEIZE 70 GALLONS CORN
Office Arrest lflmer Stout
Elmer Stout was arrested by tho
police Tuesday afternoon and more
than 70 gallons of colored corn
whisky confiscated when Detectives
Sid Jackson, Ned Grltts and Motor
cycle Officer C. O. Davis raided
Stout's room In an apartment houso
on 13ast Seventh street.
Stout was held on Investigation.
He will ,bo turned over to tho fed
eral authorities probably soma time
today, according to tho arresting
officers A E!lon of tho whisky was
found on tho fiont porch of tho
apartment house, wrapped In an old
awning. Tho rest ot the ll'jtior, ac
cording to tho offlcors, was found
In Stout's room.
about 11 o'clock Wednesday night.
At an early hour this morning. tie
man regained consciousness and lit
tle liopo was entertained for his re
covery. H was thought his back had
been broken. Details of tho ncd
dont wero monger as neither havo
been able to glvo any dotnlls yet.
Hupps Is being hold on Investigation
nwalllng tho outcomo ot tho accl
dont. Tho accident occurred during
part of tho rain last night and It
Is thought that both parlies were
blinded by tho rain.
No positive Identification of tho
injured man could ho obtalnod. Hos
pital attendants wero unable to find
any Identification papors and only n
small medical booklet In tho corner
of which tho name I'otu Ouvlns writ
ten In pencil gavo nny cluo.
I'ollco havo so far been unable to
find relatives or friends of tho man
and they expressed the bullet that
he Is ono of tho many drllteru In
that Simon Heleher whs recognized
by the adopted Creek us his sou
during tbo hitter's lifetime.
Okmulgee Man Is Found
Not Guiltu of Murder
OKMULC.ni:. Nov. 30. C.eorge
Ward.- a Morris pool hall proprlotor
was found not guilty ot murdor In
connection with tho fatal shootint
of I.otlB Hoffman, former sweet
heart pf Ward's girl wife, In a Mor
ris theater last winter, by a Jury In
superior court beforo Judge II. II
Christopher tonight after leai than
two hours deliberation. This wa"
tho second trial of Ward, the firs'
one last Juno resulting In a hung
Jury. i 7
TO PRESENT AMERICAN FLAG!
T. V. Will Hccilvo Gift 'lliurnlny
Front 1nllcN of the G. A. It.
1-ullPrt of the (1 A. It. will prctf nt
a handsome wool bunting American
flag, with staff and standard, to
tbo I'nlverslty of Tulsa at the daiy
chapel exercises Thursday morn
ing at 10 o'clock. The speech Of
pruseniallon will be made Jy Mr
J, 14. Wallace, past department
president, nnd a delegation ot (irnml
Army veterans and Ladles ofr the
Grand Army will ho present. The
veterans and ladles are to meet at
tho post office nt 9 o'clock this
morning nnd take n slruot car to
gether to tho university.
Tho flag will o"cupy a proud
ponltlon on the chapel platform
henceforth. When Uidles of tho
O. A. H. ohnncml to learn that the
university nlanned tn order u flag
for tho auditorium, they offered to
present one. Tho flag polo on the
university campus is tho gift of
Condon & Company, while a flng for
It has been promised by W. A
Mcginning Monday, December 5th, tho freight
car, handling package freight, will make two
trips daily, except Sunday, to Sapulpa,
First trip Leave Tulsa
(Sec Complete List on Pnj;c 3)
On Sale Today
We EDGAR SHOPPE
VICTROLAS -VICTOR RECORDS
"THE SHOPPE OF QUALITY"
r.lH KOITII MAIN rUIIAIt l!n07
"Our EmtvIit Is Next Dour to You, Kit .Matter Wliero You I,lr"
8:45 A. M.
9:50 A. M.
11:30 A. M.
2:45 P. M.
3:50 P. IVL
Shipments should reach freight station, First
and Guthrie, before 8:30 A. M. for the first
trip and before 2 :30 P. M. for the second trip.
J. C. FORD, Supt. Transportation
W. K. Thomas
1 tclnlit Airvnt
.i. T. Cnivv
A. M. Artnmi
Rfltarlnns Hear KvniiRellst Talk ftt
Wednofdny Noondny Iiiiiiclicou.
"A soul l ono of tho thln that
forovcr differentiates .1 man from a
quadruped animal. Animal shares
with man a physical power, emo
tionalism, lovo of beauty and oven
mentality, but a soul was put in
man by tho Almlchty to place him
forever nbovo tho animal," Hilly
Sunday told tho members of tho Ito
tsry club with that characteristic
Hilly Hunday poso and earnestness,
tt their weekly noonday luncheon II
st Hotel Tulsa Wednesday noon. I j
"You can bellevo in evolution If 1 j
you want to. You can believe that 1 1
you, oro tho direct descendant of a J
monkey. You can pray "Our father 1
.who Is In a cocoanut truo, thy tall 1
(ringed nbout a near-by limb, hal- I
lowed bo thy namo." You enn bo-
llevo in evolution and its damnablo I
theory Instead of tho belief In a uni- '
verral Qod as tho beRtnnlni; of all
(hints, but lot mo .tell you that I
uro don't and furthermoro that I
absolutely refuse to recognlzo a
monkey an my ancestor. On tho
other hand, I bollevo that tho Al
mtght put a soul In my body to dlf
ferenuata mo from tho monkey."
HAVE ALL-STAR PROGRAM
Legitimate Auction Sale
New and unredeemed pledges. Stock consists of dia
monds watches, rings, silverware, ivory, clocks, mani
cure sets, suit cases, trunks and bags.
Sales begin today, December 1, at 2 and 7 p. m., lasting
until everythint; lit sold.
Commercial Loan Go.
First and Main Street
Ml Civlo Club Mcmliors Invltnl to
Hear Irvvln nnd Orr Today.
The Lions club will have an all
tar program at their noon lunohon
today in Hotel Tulsa, with Will Ir
win, well-known newspaper corres
pondent and mngazlno writer, nnd
lvin D. Orr, director of member
"hips and publicity for tho south
f western lied Cross with headquar
ters at St. louln, no speakers,
Members of other clvio clubs and
workers in the lied Cross mombor
nu. uriv-o are invited to Join in tho
RED PEPPER FOR
COLDS IN CHEST
,J-aso your tight, aching chest
"10 taln- Hreak up tho con
f"1 I'ol a bad cold Ioosct up
'"lust ft short tlmo.
lcd I'opper Hub" Is tho cold
"tnuiy that brines quickest relief,
it cannot hurt you nnd It certainly
wems to end tho tightness and drlvo
ino congestion and oorenesa right
Nothlntt has such concentrated,
penetrating heat oa red peppers, and
Jnen heat penetrates right down
into colds, congestion, aching mus
ties and sore, stiff Joints relief ebmes
.!h,? monent you npply lied Pep
K .if ub you feel ,no tlnKllns heat
a tnree minutes the congested spot
wnrmea through nnd through,
rJn 'ou are suffering from a cold,
fhrutnatism, backache, stiff neck or
oro muscles. Just get .a Jar of
itowics lied Pepper Rub, mado from
Poppers, at any drug store. You
nave the quickest rellot Mnown.
f r- " Our Faith Is Rewarded:
Tulsa Is First City in All Oklahoma
to Solve Its Permanent Water Supply
Following the defeat of the permanent water proj
ect of Kansas City laBt week; then in Oklahoma City;
last Saturday, Tulsa's splendid victory was announced
to all the world, that Tulsa is still the Wonder City.
Civic interest in public matters is one of the best cri
terions of the future possibilities of a community.
Tulsa piled up a total vote on the Spavinaw project)
far in excess of the total vote cast in Oklahoma City,
and nearly half as many as were cast in Kansas City
clearly demonstrating that citizens of Tulsa are alert
on public questions.
A safe, sure source of water supply
is assured Tulsa by this splendid vote
Tuesday-thus confirming again my
belief that here is to be built a great
home and business center.
I am happy and proud to be T
counted among such people. '
EXCHANGE BANKS OF TULSA
" I 1-1 u I 1 If J -
Views of Spavinaw -Tulsa's Future Water Supply
Sixth of Scries of Ads "Why Mr.. Brewer Chose Tulsa
for His Future Homo."