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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1022
in
KLANSMEN ENTER
MISSOURI ARENA
Kinpiw Becomes Factor
in Politics Following
K. C. Konkhive
kV - S CITY, Mo.. Oc. II
w. . , . f tho Kn Kliix Klnn threw
,5,.. miunrcly Into the
. nrpn.i in Missouri today
. in open meotlnB of the
,, . , .invention hall luiro last
.. ., ., uhii'.h 20,000 persons were
,li,..iti(l while several thousand
,i,, fought In vain to gain
OIK'" . . .
TV ic'snsmen urire.l that only
l, i Americans bo votel tor
, , mug election and that
,,m ,,,,, . l,v cant aslile (or that
i
t the klansmeii mipearert
, i " i and Ueflaratlonn of tho
,.,ii it Hi. ir affiliation with thn
I, ,,. i,.! w,th demonstrations from
T'ie Uu-Kttix Klnn In Missouri l
f, ir 1 i died stronger today an a
initiation ceremonies Im
in'i.a il preceding tho open meet
,,,( r it r Jamed A. Heed was
Jrti' un el and hi defeat urged.
RE NOT SUPERSTITIOUS
I.ikkI l.iirk Party to llo iicn at Hit
A un ITliluy. Iho llllli.
V s l on tho evening of Trlday,
. i . tin' V. M. C. A. In point: to
ttr a k "1 l"1 party. Them will
, v shoes and rabbits' feet and
1,1.1, ..I'd and thirteen, and thn
.'C of tho Young People.'
.... ietiM of tho cliurohes, or who nt
i.nrt i' nr "ips, will bo KUrsts.
At 13 mlnues of 0 o'clock, accord
in ii.iiiB. the hosts and their
su't " II go to tho gym where
Kr miih fmni each church will put on
"it ..in ' with hard luclJOns each
.ui" n mi'stanrtlng feature. At 10:13
o . ... v irfreslimontH will bo crcd.
N. .1. Murder Trial Oponi.
TOMS KIVKIt. N. .1.. Oct. 11. A
i'aru. i. :n packed vlth country folk
lino .i i o dreaaod In their bent, by
.lutonn'biie. wagon and on foot,
msisd thn opening day of the. trial
. f Mm. Iw Olbcrson. for the murder
. ' Imi hiiabnmt. William I'. Ulber
nn The HlsyltiB orotirn'd August
I 1 1 -e in tho Ulbcrann home at
!,ilcliin-l.
LECTURE ON CLUB PROGRAM BALLARD CASE CONTINUED!
I. II. Microti of New .lrrn-y to Ail
ilir. flu l l,, i, ....
... , ..... ,, w.,,i'riiimi!,
Thnt tho program at the City club,
Saturday noon, October It, will
one of Iho tnont Interentlng ns well
as edurotlonal which has been of.
f'-ted this year, was Die slatomrnt
inado ytstertlvy by John II. Iladlev
in annoum lng n,at J. II lthmn of
tlrnttge, ,. J , had bn engaged for
the principal talk Illsrmi will d.
liver a lecture on "Collecllvn mid
Community ro-operaiion."
Hlernn has been talking In vari
ous rlttr In the stitn during the last
week. He ,;nes to Pueblo, Colo.,
from Tulsa. Illerson la a Hcotch
Irish and speaks in a delightful
brogue.
FAV0 R ClTY PLA N N I NG
lrfieiil Kiiglnrrr Indot,p I'nigniin of
')imiilltit riilnn Station Anions
PrnJiflM AihiH'iitnl.
Indnising the proposed plans of
the cltv plan commission, ho Tulsa
chapter of the American Aw-oclatlon
of lJnglnteis, yrntrrday numed a
I'ommittee of four lo co-operato with
tho commission In Its work this
coming yesr A Thompson Tliorne.
Dan W. Potton, T. O. Hughes and
Victor H. Cochrane comprise the
uonitultten that will woik with Wil
liam Holilen Hnd Charles H-htiHz. as
sistant engineer In the commission's
work.
The Tulsa chapter lias msde a
thorough study of the fnaalliilitv of
a union ntatlon for Tulsa and has
prepared maps, estimates and it.
ommeiiilatlons that are lit the ser -Ice
of the commlsirton, Holden as
Informed yeslerdav by chailet
llloom. secretary of the chaptei It
has also tnado n stuily of grade
crossing and has n good deal of data
In regard to them that will bo a
tho service of tho commission.
j Trial nf Woman Charged With Auto
inert Neil Week.
Iternue Iiallaid, Adolplms I.'astrr
lln. Joe Wilson and Jaik lUlni-v,
i harged with auto theft, whose pre
liminary trial was nhiclulnl to be
heard yesterday befoio Justice A.
P. Walton, havo nt least mother
week ahead of theni behind the bats
of th Tulsa lounty Jail. All due to
the failure of one of the slate's Im
portant witness, to put in his ap
pearance nt the trlil Wednesday
morning The four prisoners are .ic.
cuscd of the theft of a cur from
l'rank Itcnner and Clarence Cam
eron, The state was granted a con
tinuance, of one week yesterday by
Justice W.itewi.
Another continuance was In th"
case of II. 1J, Tapp, who Is th.irKed
with larceny. Pullure of witnesses to
appear also can sod this contlnuati.c
Tapp's band was first forfeited lv
Justice Watson when the defendant
fallnl to appear In court but the
forfeiture was later set aside upon
Tapp'a app -nance.
lhvlKlit Welch and Paid Wilkersoii
two youths, who were chained with
the theft of aliplune parts fn.m the
C'uitls field, were dismissed b" .lis
th o Watson nfler the stnt' h id rrst
I'd the i!Hi' Thejustl. c slid that the
LYR I G
LAST TIMES TODAY
Nig Double Promm
rv'liti e was n d sMff. eti' war
rant a di'tn t ...irt tnal '
Hoy tloggs md t itlic r IMilry w re
held for district couit on hsigesi
of attempting to burglarise the Na
tional Ilusfult company on the night
of October S Hoggs' bond was set
at 12.000 while Ilalley was admitted
to a 11.000 ball.
The statutory offense charge
against James M. '(Until, night jinl
llor at thn Kennedy building, was
tmnsferred to Justice . J. (?ry on
a change of enue plea
More Sliopmci Hcturti to Work.
CIIICAno. (). t. 11. -The list .f
the 1 SO0 Cllleagn Allot. "Imp em
ployes returned to woik today The
men who returned to the Hiooming.
ton shops, whero some inience iv
rurred dtir tg (he earlier part of the
strike receive 74 cents an hour for
first .l.ss iiieihan'cs, an Increase of
4 rent over tho labor board minimum
Continental Plight Put Off.
HAN UIHOO. Cal.. Oct. 11. The
T-I will not attempt its scheduled
coast to coast flight tomorrow, It
waa announced lodav at noon by
Lieutenants Kelly and Maclleady.
Meteorological conditions havo
turned unfavorable west of the Mis
sissippi river to the Hockv moun
tains', with Mrong east to west winds
prevailing and Indications of storm"
In thnt region, ac, ordlng lo tele
Fraphl.- reports. The flight will b
inailo .til" I ah soon as the ueathet
Is st all fiiinrahle thn nvlatoin said
Jlubbcr bloeka to be attached t
the wheels of tractors to perm t
them to bo driven over roads from
which they ordinarily would be
barred arc an Italian Invention
iuilli Convicted of Murder.
ST. JOHNS, Knn.. Oct. 11. After
.Ifiiioiu'ioim which lasted through
..ut the mght. a' erdlct of guilty of
'nurOrr in tho first degrco was ie
urnul b u jury tu the county ills
tii.'t r urt here today ngalnst Jesso
Itunard 17. Tho youngster killed
W s. t leti her, ii harvest hand, In
tut following an nltcrratlon,
lli'llcio Ml-odnti ;irl Murdcml.
I'lllCAtiU, Oct. 11. Fear that H-'.dr-old
Margaret llavls, pretty high
- liool girl, who rati away from her
h iiiie a day ago, Jius bcon murdered,
.n expressed by thn polieo today
lion they located her father' car
which tho girl hud taken. Near the
ir when It was located was a man
uho fled at tho approach of tho
pi liceman.
H.lclnni 1 building Us first high
lowered station for International
Miho traffic, heretofore having been
aMe only lo recelvo messages from
Uivtnttt points.
Mounted on wheels to make It
easily transportable, a new vacuum
.Itsner Is claimed to he powerful
ftiough to thoroughly cleanse tho
'em test of floor covering.
STRAND
IjAST TIMIvS today
66
1 am
the Law
Adapted Prom the Story by
James Oliver Curwood
Splendid Cast Includes
ALICE LAKE
KENNETH HARLAN
ROSEMARY THEBY
GASTON GLASS
IIAIj ItOACII CO.MUDY
ART ACORD
'IN THE DAYS OF 6UFFAL0 BILL"
A, UNIVLttlAl CHS.PTIR n..f
It mium n fight to finish. Tho odd
were great hut Iluffalo Hill mill his
men meant to hold their Mnnd ruiher
than nurrt'iidcr to tho NiMigc Indian.
JACKHOXIE
in
"Two Fisted
Jefferson"
Ills latest, first time sliown In Tulsi
Good Comedy and Film
Fables
Screen Time:
0:30, 10:",, p.-: id, y.2S, i:io,
7:in, n:2
5:5o,
i -
in mm
NJnrt'tnn
The .Eternal
Hame"
I ho Plunuclo of screen
art. Simply wonderful.
RIALTO
bTAHTINO SUNDAY
Special for Today
Corned Beef
and Cabbage
9 Footers Cafeteria g
Home Cooking Exclusively
520 SOUTH MAIN
Last Time
TONIGHT
8:15 P. M.
Convention
Hall
thi: UHS
Vaudeville
Revue
Given Under tho Auspices
Tuha Police Benefit
Fund
The Best Vaudeville
Show Ever Given in
Tulsa
Itcscrvo Your ScatH Now nt
Qaa'.er tlrug Storo mid Avoid
Crowd nt llox Office.
All Seats, $1; War Tax,
10c
IF
!d Tulsa Dog
Show
q OCTOBER 20-21
TULSA KENNEL CLUB'S FIRST AN
NUAL ALL-BREED SHOW AT MC
NULTY PARK.
Point Show, under rules American Ken
nel Club.
Three nationally known judges.
$3,500 in trophies and cash prizes.
Trophies on display at Boswell's
Jewelry Store.
Entries from New York to San
Francisco.
OKLAHOMA DOG FANCIERS
Enter your dogs today. Wo want Oklahoma well
represented. Special prizes for local dogs.
ENTRIES CLOSE OCT. 12, 1922
For entry blanks, premium list and other information
see A. W. Broockway, show superintendent, Room
308 Kennedy building.
R em c m bra n c c' ' Bri n gs
Back Tender Memories
Sweetheart days, the first kiss, the radiant
hours of courtship and then the first year
of wedded bliss you will live them all in
this great human picture.
You Will Laugh at
Dear Old Dad
He had to be "backed into a
dinner coat" by his society lov
ing family.
To Old Fashioned Fathers!
We address our highest praise to you. We
applaud your high desire to keep family life
in America a beautiful thing. We too believe
that a contented family in a happy home is
worth all the riches in the world.
Fathers We Salute You!
This message is only for those who believe in
good old home life. Wo like tho man who
likes his easy chnir and we maintain with him
that after a hard day's work it is n richer re
ward to spend the evening at home than to
give up cosy slippers for socioty and its tinsel.
RuperTHilghes
has given motion
picture lovers a
great drama of
II American
fam-
You'll
i ily life
lovo this Gold
Beginning Sunday,
Oct. 15 th
a wyn picture.
SEE
I S S A MA A IIT a
J
Reds Red Tends
A Nnwltj- Orolifslrn from
St, Unils
NOW I'l.WINO
M'U lAi) rot It-UI I K
I NO AfiK.MKN T AT
Sunset Pavilion
II I. T. II is. MKr
RROADWAY
AJ NOW rM.AYING
I in
"a wma:?
CONVENT ON HA
LI
3 OneNijllit
Only
Friday, Oct. 13
Wnilam Hams Jr.
oohn Drlnkwafor's
A!is
LARRY SEMON
in
"GOLF"
rime, io:nii. ii, i ::iii. ;t, i an, n,
7 III) mill II, ill!
wrra f BANK lvifGLYNN
"if I yrtn . mllttonnir I wouM bur ft t for erorr child In Nsw
pTorl C,y." Wllllsm U Etllnusr, HupU HcUooK N. Y. C.
"Wo finer pls.jr rtss OTer preoanlisd In Amsrlca." Clismp Clark.
"Otis of th irreAt plsya of this cntury." Wllllsm AlUn WhlU.
"X ansat plr. Wonderfully ncltd." Osnslor Honry Csbol Loda
1 cerer enjoycl , ply morn In mr Hf"." Hsrltsit Hovr.
"X beatulful nnd stirrlns Uiln. You sit rntUrllcd. N. Y. Tlm.s.
The Only and Original Company of 39 People
Largeot Dramatic Oraanization Extant
Prices 50c to $2.50
hrnlN Niiw clllnc Jnnl. it DniK Morn
l4fl(t iliol)
Convention Hall, Sat., Oct. 14
MATINEE night
uckIDV IU RAVAGE ofrr
3fft' Delicious Vocal Adornment
Amebicas Favorite
COMlDllNNt
Ofo Musical
ROMANCB
New Show
Opens Today
Mmc. Doree's Operalogue
Presenting the Most Famous of the
"Operatic Sweethearts"
J 0-PEOPLE-K)
Presenting Tabloid Scenes From
"Talcs of Hoffman,' " Kigolctto,"
"Romeo and Juliet" ana Others.
Wonderful Singers, Beautiful Scenery and Effects
KARL KAREY
" MUSICAL CARTOONS "
Kay, Hamlin and Kay j Bixlcy and Lerner
I7ji lo Their Olil TrlcUV " ".Mi 'Conimi'lc nnil Alelba"
The Famous Australian Sportsman and Big
Game Hunter
FRED LINDSAY
In Native Sports and Pnstimci
Debe Daniels, James Klrhwood
Anns O.HIUson, Raymosd Hilton
- rim.tio y jtitt u iaim. i
h rc ii Tliiio II, ll'iUI), Ki.10,
I.OMINU KI NDW
"FORGET ME NOT"
A Ktiiry You'll .i-cr Hiricot
Lady Billy
S , I .Mill Im p l'i Icon mi' mill a3o I I . tt. "
I I liD r .rr- I MWl
i i r:Y x;i uuLwriiEt) i i mr
i v j S. 5
Tim ru-r ddfpatw Sensation
1 JflG LilVII "
300 Times at the Libert MewyoRio
On account of the enormous demand for Mitzi reserva
tions, havo arranKcd for a
Special
Seat Sale
rODAY
OsnKO 6259
Prices 50c to $2.50
"I rowttMi Mllli Ids Tulillf's rutor"
O.V TIII3 fi(.'IU:E.V riHST.IU'.V PHOTOI'IiAY
" THE HIDDEN WOMAN "
Willi nil All-Senr CnM, Inrliiillni; Kuljn rs'ivslill, Jlnry Allien
nnil Dlhrrs.
I'lcturiM at 2, A:.10 nnil D p. in. VuihIctIIIo nt 3, 7:30 mid Oils,
RADIO DANCE
Something New Another Big Feature
Thursday Night, Oct. 12th
The Entiro Danco Program Broadcasted by
Sweeney's Radio Orchestra of Kansas City, Mo.
Under Direction of Leo Forbstein
Our Radio Installed by Radio Supply Co. of Tulsa
Burke & Erwin ftSVEJSn
Dancing Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Saturday Nights
(Hi
AIIThl.1
Woik
HnodortKobtrls,
Oeorfl rswcslt
T' Roy Dsrnts,
lUrrlton Ford
Trltil llldjwsy
THE best
loved of
all American
plays, the
greatest
heart - picture
ever made.
MUKSTir OlltllKSTia
AMI OKIIA.V
M'AVK.mi'K'H
tOMI'.IIY
Krrrn Time) II, K 13, 2 39, I'll,
6, 1 13, V 30
fWJO
Three Features on Today's Program
Henry n. Walthall
Marjorie Daw
Ralph Graves
In Iho I'llllKMIS
Trier II. K)ii(i Klorr
"The
Long
Chance"
Wallace Rcid
Gc ml dine Farrar
-IN
a
CARMEN
A Reissue of the Famous Picture in Three Reels
BUSTER K EATON
"The Blacksmith"
A Two-Hour Show You Can See It All by Coming
Any Time on tho Even Hour
COMINU Kl'.NDAY
NORMA TALMADGE
In tliu Driiinii .MnuiiiriicMt
"The Eternal Flame"
OKXOE

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