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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1922 COUNTY HAS 100 MILES PAVEMENT First County in State to Reach Century Mark 'IS CHERJSHED GOAL js ,w That It Is Passed More Hard Surfaced Roads Arc Planned T ua rounty yesterday won tho C .. it:on oi uemg ins omy coun- r.1 .ho na, If not In the soutlt- . . , , r , - . ,. I -II 1,'tvr luu iriilf-n vi mm,- .....i I. , ..t. -. - rti. (i tuiai lllimB. - IIW 1UU , - -tem of hard-surfaced roads 1 , i , been the kou! set by tho , commissioners nnd county . .-r und when tho road gam? L,n ':' Ottawo roud reached ami p,M3 1 tho Rial at 9 o'clock ycsUr day nornlne. County l.nnlncor l)nn i ,ti n parsed tho elsars. ' , . cnttiry mile of tho road tya i , ,! a mile and n uuiiitcr , , f i ho cant end of .''ederi'l ,i I) i. the crow iiult unrk 1 i, i uht they were within 100 f .f the cotP"l mark and al 'J c, i. tin' foreman notified Kngl p. ) a; Ion that the goat had been r i ned-and paised. !..nk In 1915 when the Sapulpa r .1 was rtartcd the county com in --i ners then In offleo set the coal f. i Tulsa county's hard-surfaced rf'id g-.stcm at CO miles, which In t1 "SO days looked Mr. It looked 1 hk' T nttor the Sapulpa rold had f,i d to withstand tho heavy traffic m.tl fell far below expectations. Many thought that Tuli.t. county's rlrcZT.. would never ho realized, II. in! surfaced roads, thoy said, were t . expensive and wouldn't stand the giff Concrcti' Won Victory. IVit Tulsa county lias determined to have a system of hard -surfaced rnuR Then crime tho trial of sp. n ily tiiix'Ml concrete road". Tii ('ml Hininwi road wus the result Jt -i.ii d 'lie test and It wan then Ihul the mi il '.iKhwny system an It now f; v s i rally planned. It w,t 9 1 i - i M. it tho county comml'slon- 1 I.'nginccr Pattun sot the Boal nt i mi ii ilen. 1. I' fc tho Find RnrltiKH IiIkIi- v, i n- rompleted work was Eturt 1 in .'rdcrnl drive. And In rapid n i.-Hi'ii contracts were let and V" K :nrted on tho Jeuks, Hroken Anew and Sklatook roads. The Rind Mirinirs drlvo was complete! first ,itid wis foIlowede.iy tho com- i !: 'i' it nf l enerai time to tnc ty Avery farm, six miles oast of Tulsa. T!i Jcnka road wan next opened to ti ive1 Then follows thn conlrict for the r.Md f. om Sand Spring to the Tulsa ion-tv line. Jutt cast of Keystone. Thn was finished atyout six months IT' and since that tlmo. tho pavu :,ient lus been, comploted to Ilrolien i w and Hklntook. Intermediate jile. i". of roiH'i eto pavliie Hro In tin l,:iu'Ki,ii township and soutlieast of Tii!- i tn i ho l.ynn Lane road to Cn t. i. Mori- ItoaiU I'lalincil. T1 . ontrnrts for it road to U - . uc.-i, let several weekt aso .'il it wiih on this work that the lot) ui.lr m.irU wnti ie,1eh'il The 0 i riMil is the first half of ft i rr-u drive planned to Collins M'lr in the tinrtlieaslern part of tho 1 ' The other main drive which iri ii planned Is tho road to Cn to. i cn thn Tjilsa-C'laromoro route. A' the present tlnic tho paved highway systi-m radiates from Tulsa 11 ' a' direction. A motorist can favi from Tulsa to Ilioken Arrow, '".xov Sklatook or KeyMtono on pavrj roads This means an artery ef uafflco to tho southeastern, outturn, northern and western llm l' of tho county anil tho road to ls Sapulpa goes tn the rounty '"'.' The county commissioners now am Miinnlmr to rcpavo tho Sapulpa ilrlm but will ho uualilo to let tho tortiacts until money Is available. n'ult the 100-mllo mark behind llinn county officials are now prc rar.ng to placo Tulsa county In tho lOO-nn'o class, it Is believed that this mark can bo reached within the '" .xt mvo jeara. LYMAN "ABBOTT, GREAT PREACHER AND EDITOR, DEAD 1 -TiNri:D rntJM paoij -inb a ' ' in of slight physique and small L is. ul.tr strength. I'f"re starting on v.'list might bo '"'d Ins ministerial career, he, In colla'iiratlon with his brother, wrote To n n-els: "Cono-cut Comern" and filo hew Cn raliy." His most Important volumes are: Tho Ueeult of Emancipation In thu ini'd States," '.'Old Testament nnadowg of New Testament Truth," A I. lvman's Ktoiy," "llclnnrtry of Usllg ouh Knowledge,' "A Study In liumin Nature," "The Theology of an wot iMinlkt," "Tho Evolution of i f unity." "Social rroblenis," and V ' of Life" TIid following saying Is at once JW ' quoted and rharacterlstle of P'm He who denlen tho hrother ioi 1 of man ! as much an Infidel f r who denies tho fatherhood of tic i . f "r Abbott was born In rtox-Mr- Mass., December 15, 1835. In ; " li married Abhy l-Vancea Hani "n who died In 1007. Uy her Doctor A' " t had six children, two of Krnest J I. and Lawrence V-, associated with him In hU "ragement of the Outlook. ministerJIs called Kv IliiiliiiU,. r or, Coliiinblii, Io., Intltod by rirst ClirMlaim to Titko last(irnto Here. iv L w Hauehalter, pastor of l? Christian church at Columbia, i'V w elected to succeed He v. M. I'- Dun ns pastor of tho rirst j:hrls tif rh'jrch by a vote of tho congre- M',r,, ni ,)c niornnB Bprvlco Sun y nrconllng to an itnnnuncemeat h'lnlay niuht, u0Verend llnuahalter taken the offer under conslderit. ''on and Is expected tn auhmlt his do culm by the lust of tho week. fii n ta,leh hy tho congregation loilowed tho resignation three weeks "jo of rtcverend Dutt, for overal y'ra pastor of thn local church, it... .eml nutt I nnw oastor of o Jiurrh m Fresno, Cal. Soldier, Big Game Hunter Lindsay Is a Pal of Boys i.oucl I Ilotarlans la it week listened to Col. Trod Lindsay. lirltlsh army of ficer, Klobo trotter, soldier, explorer and hi game hunter, it Is not often that a man of CVlonol I.lnrissy's stamp roilies to Tulsa. With it bnck Kround of experlcmo In the lloer war, tho World war, exclusive Lon don clubs, the desrrtM and Juncles of Africa, colonel I.livls.iy U ns gen tle and diffident a. Kcnlloman u ever shrank from talklat: about himself. When Hie does talk aoout himself, It Is not' for tho purposo of IiirrIiii; Into the limelight his n-'hlcvomcnts us lion stalker, foe of tho l'rufljlnii Biiard, calvary officer or pursuer of Zulus, it Is rather for thn com mendable purposo of proving him self a fit companion for boys. Ath loto and lover of sports, keen for tho out of doors and schooled In the tins that make for bravery and gentleness In men, tho Kngllsh col oiyd Is turning his attention tn lioy.i and ho la opening up camp 10 !. devoted altogether to boys and their pursuits In Algonquin park, Canada. "Tho park has an area of 2,900 square miles," tho colonel suld. "It Is traversed by tho Ottawa. Petawa Editor of The World Loses Pockelbook on Way Home From Show "Ho who steals my purss steals trmh" does not exactly fit tho riuio of tho managing editor of' Tho World who wus "touched" for hH purso somewhere between convention hall and Sixteenth and MhIji Saturday night. KoeldcR some cash In bills tho puron con mined a pass on tho Oklahoma Union railway, three HcKctH for convention hall.' icglstrntlon certU flcntn and Senator Owen's inter- retatlon of Mayor Walton's slate bank proposition. If any Walton democrnt found It. and thinks ho can keep thu owner from voting by holding out tho registration cer tificate, he Is Just fooling himself. Tho Mrcct car pars Is ntlll good for a few ridcM, hut the convention bull tickets are no good. Tho loser does miss the cosh nnd Senator Owen's version of Walton's fi nancial plank. It will bo appre ciated If tho finder or thn light- fingered "toucher" will return tho hook and as much of the contents as his conscience will permit to tho editorial rooms of The World, vetsreTDrnTng fr0mj3ig meet Pershinp Goes to Texas From Legion Rally at New Orleans NKW OKLKANS, Oct. Trains departing yesterday wore loaded with returning delegates and visitors to tho Tourth annual convention of tho American- Legion which closed Hs five-day convention here with tho. election of Alvln M. Owsley of Texas as commander-in-chief to succeed Hanford MacNIder, and other officers. Oen. John J rershlng, who ad dressed the legion convention, made ii brief talk to thn women of the legion auxiliary convention, depart ed yesterday for H.m Antonio, Texas' Members of the interallied veterns federation who remained over for the legion convention after the c og. lug of their annual mooting last week, left for .Memphis. Upon tho recommendation of Commander Owsley the national executive com mittee reappointed Lemuel Holies a national adjutant. Mr- Holies an nnunccd that he had retained Rus sell ci. Crevlston of .Marlon, ind., ns hU pslstant, Tho exiutlve conimltco also re appointed Judge llobert A. Adams Judge adyncatc; nobert 11 Tyndall, national treasurer, and Lben rut nam, national lilrtorlan. rod Mndsiiy. a'nd Madav.nska rivers and more than on" thousand lakes. Thn alti tude Ii 2.000 feet, tho fishing !a un limited and being a government rn-i-ervo animals, such ns heaver, lynx, marten, deer, mooso and fox abound, "This Is fnnctuiiry. No shot Is fired In tho great domain. No crea ture Is hurt for thousands of milts. The liiidlllr.il of hate and fear Ih dy ing out. The click of tho camera Is giving perpetuity to tho moods of naturo where onco tho explosion of flrratms brought death. Hern In thn forest primeval, with nuturo at her gentlest and grandest, wo will establish our camp and study, work anil play." On tho ramp staff will be a drill master, a camp commandant, u physical training Instructor, a Hoy Scout commander, n henrt and lung specialist, a medical offlcor, field engineer, geologist, game Instructor, n botanist, and a bandmaster, as well as expert military cooks, To th"t ulll bn added kIx" Jndlans, rep resentatives of six great tribes, to teach tho boys tho nrt and nclenro of canoeing, the nccrctB of tho woods and pathflndliig and the way or dumb rreattires of tho forest. Indian's Courlinga Retain the Speed of The Days Long Past JAY, Oct. 22 Tho limes havo changed among tho Indians of bklahnma, but speed In courting not at all. 1 When oncn a young buck re lumed frnm tho warpath with a goodly herd of ponies, he rode to thn wigwam of bin Intended fa-thrr-ln-law and left horses of tho value he placed on tho brlda and carried her off. Lone Wolf of fiand Springs drove to tho home of his friend, Tom Hyder. In hl.i luxurious auto mobile, saw Hyder'a daughter, Orace, became engaged to marry her before tho day was out and returned for her three das later. Ixmo Wolfo Is 4D, his brldo la 17 yi'Hrs old. Wolf has an oil well at Sand Springs In addition to sumo vatua- bin land. I 11k wlfo Is a collcgo graduate, FIVE RACE HORSES BURNED Notrl I'nccrs mid Trottrnt Die When Stables Art; Dcstroji'il. HAltTFOKD, Conn., Oct. 22, Konr nice horses, Alm.tden Onward, Hurry D. O., and Abo Direct, noted pacers, and Daybreak, well-known trotter, wcro burned to death In their stalls enrly this morning when fire swept through tho famous Charter Oak tnhlw at "'linrior Oak purk near here. Wesley Il a trotter, was so badly burned that he wan diot late this afternoon. Thn horses, which were privately owned, were valued at approximately 130.000. The stable, which was owned by a Connecticut fair association was almost entirely destroyed. Hcrrln Jury Hccomcnc Today. MARION, III., Oct. 22 Thn spo cil grand Jury which Investigated tho Herrln mine killings and ro turned 3SH Indictments betoro recess. Ing a month ago, is due to resume Its deliberations tomorrow morning and more Indictments are predicted. Mortuary Tlfron. Funeral service for 13. J. Tlfron, formerly superintendent of the Me dill, Okla., branch of tho Schu macher Oil company, will bo held at 11 o'clock this morning at the Tttlra Undertaking company chapel, llav.' W. F. (larhlan officiating. Hurlal will be at Roee Hill cemetery. Tlfron, at one time a. resident of Tulea a'nd prominently known In the oil fields of both Oklahoma and Texas, Is survived by his widow und three brothers. R. F. Tlfron, 461 Houth Yorktown, Tulwi', O. W. Tlf ron, Hutchinson, Kan.; C. 13, Tlfron, Decatur, 111, 'MOSES OUTDONE BY BOOZE RULE Laskcr Says Daugherty Makes Ocean Dry for for U. S. Vessels p lh AM(vlstd'l'ri. CIIICAtlO. Oct. II Ati. a bin liner board Saturday night. A. 1). I.Hs.er. chairman of the fnttcd Wales shipping board, told I'nlted Si.nes Attorney-Oenerttl Daugherty and the other banqueters that the aiiorney-geRernl's recent ruling that all ship entering American waters must he "dry" was the greatest blow that rould have happened to the Anterian men hnnl marine. "I tun prove." raid Mr lisker who with tie attnrney-getiernl tipi-ke tiefnro the audit bureau of clri uliiilons and lis guests. "Hint Mr Dnilfherly Is the grrnlist law maker of all time Moses only made the lied nea dry ' ' Mr. Lnsker said that while ho per sonally was anti-saloon, !m spoke neither n it wet nor as a drv, but from the standpoint of the shipping board. Hilling Shipped Shipping. "1 have seen In tho press," Mr I.nsker said, "statements that ho made his decision cmfor". to po litical expediency to aid the mer idian! murine bill. I neer knew what the dei'lsluii v is until the preiden announced It As tn the uttnrm t -general who is such n good politician. If he felt h was helping Atmrii'Hii ships, he did It without advising with me. i want fnri'Un ships to come ns It Is their tight, wet, Forty per cent of tho passen Bern nrn foreigners and will not sub scribe to our vluws. "Whcif wo uro In International business we only deceive ourselves to think that America rules the world," the shipping board head continued. "Tho principal profit of ships coming to American shores Is the emigrant traffic," ho said. "The emigrant regards wlnn and beer as much food as they do bread and water." he said. "Llquor-bearlng ships can obtain this trnfflo and upon annroitchlng American waters can throw overbourd Htirh liquors as may be left, although they could figure to a barrel Just Jtoiv much liquor would be requlrc'l by their passengers." Won't Ti-iim'I on t'. S. Slilpi. Ho called attention to ono result of the Daughertv ruling. Tho American iihln Ilesoluto was to make n Mediterranean cruise, ho said, and .too reservations had been mitde. Within 72 hours after tho decision 54 citncellatlonH were re reived, Including one from the head of a great New York bank who was to pay J 28,000 for his uccommoda lions, "We cannot compete," he sold "with foreign ships that can leave our ihoreu dry nnd tnko on llqilor ut Halifax." The shipping board chairman said he entered tho government service hoping to Hiow that government ownership was poslbe, but nddedi "Government ownership Is tho poison Ivy In tho garden of Industry, i'ollcy dictated by expediency of votes, with losses paid bv tho gov ernment nnd no responsibility Is a blight on tho faith of tho people. .It Is hypocrisy In government. I pleaded with you to help get America out of this morass America owns 1 COO steel blp.i thn coit billions. They aro operated hy tho govern ment nnd private ownership Is withering under II. Tudor the ship subsidy hill we can end a loss of JSO.000,000 a j ear In 30 months." Mr. Daugherty. In hit address, largely devoted to n declaration thnt llm law must be uphold against all groups nnd Individuals, mid tho power of tho Judiciary and tho power of tho press as tho basic hi flueuce in national life, touched only briefly on his "dry" decision, "i know them Is n great difference of opinion," he ndded, "us to the question of liquor used and cnrrled nit all ships, I did not hnvo that question beforn me as attnrnev era I. Thnt lutx been piinseij on by tho people and tho supremo court. I wus obliged to follow the law. Tho question uns a naked, legal question. " appeaTfrom Tussia 1,'nllcil Stntct Agiiln Asked tp Tnko Cm i! of il.onn.ooi) rcrsiins In IMro Need, MOSCOW. Oct. 22. Might mil. lion Russians will hnvn to ho helped through the winter In one way or another after January l and the soviet government will be able to take euro of about only naif this number, Loo Kamoneff. who was acting picmler during Lenine a III lies, has reported to Col. William H. Haskell, head of the American relief admlnlhtratlon activities In tho field. Itv the flmt nt VifAinl,.- r.'n.,... Iieff estimate approximately 4,300- uu jiRinuiis win neeu some assist ance In the way of food, tho number steadily Incteaslng as tho tempera turn drops. Ho bus figured that if the Alnerlcnn relief administration will feed 3,000,000 persons after January l and tho government 4,000,000. other relief organization will catn fur the remaining million or more. OIL CONTRACTOR KILLED Mooring t.cnr Clla"c and Auto Ciiilc Aiinllu r Jinn Hurt, flpeclsl lo Th WorlJ. HIUSTOW, Oct. 22. H. C. Mc Coole, a drilling contractor of De. Noya, was killed, and Curl llrooka of Drumrlght. soverely Injured near hero when tho automobile of Mo Coolo turned turtle. The steering gear on tho machine failed m work and at a turn in the road the inn chlno went off the road and turied over. llrooks was brought to the hospi tal hero. McCoole was 43 years old, mar ried and has three children. . Cut In Cotton Rati. MKMl'HIS, Tenn, Oct. 22 A cut In cotton rates of 7 centa per hun dred pounds between New Orleans rtnd New York hy sea was announced hero by tho Southern I'acltla rail road. Tho reduction to 18 cents from 25 rents Is applicable only to cotton i'or export and will apply only until November 30, It was stated. New llryn Mmir l'rcsldcnt. URYN MAWR, i'a., Oct. 22. Miss Marlon Kdwitrde Parks has been In stalled an president of llryn Mawr college. The Mexican government la plan nlng to equip all lighthouses with low power radio apparatus. Search for Still Leads to Finding Of Stolen Cars WINFIKI.D, Knn , l.-t 2: Count v offii ers siiir'hlnir' f. r what Ihey thought to be a HiiU"r still. tllcoteri'd what they asM-i i they now think Is i ting of n lei Mate automobile thietes operat ing from n farm item litre. Sheriff C. F. I'tlsny of Helle I'lalne, who conducted the raid reported that thn officer found a number of nutomohlles and three men wein in thn net of changing number platen on the .nachluca, he mid. Thn three men who gne their mimes as W. F. Stone, 1hw retire Campbell and Albert Jester, were arrested. Officers Isft on guard Inter atrested three other men who said they were Jnme Hep burn, l'bd Hoiks and Will linn noli. F.ve nlitomtli! whhh thi poll o It, re wrc Ht-'i n. w etc seised by the officers. BOOZELESS SHIPS TODAY, IS ORDER Anti-Liquor Rule in Ef fect at Midnight by Daugherty Edict WASHINGTON, Oct. it. I'n Wslnns of the liquor statutes held by Atlorney-tleneral Daugherty to prohibit transpottatlon and sale of alcohollo beverages on American vessels anywhere and on foreign vessels within three miles of the United States coast, became effective last-night at midnight. The extension of tlmo ordered by President Harding to permit ship lines to arrango their affairs to con form to tho ruling, expired nnd en forcement offlclalt declared sugges tions for a further extension had not been approved. I.lnblo to Pennine. it was conslderid probable that several dajs would elnpso before eiistoma and prohibition forces would have at hand specific Instruc tions as to the scope of their au thority under the Daugherty opinion, hut this. It was declared, would have no affect nit the opcro tlon of tho law. A foreign vessel, sailing with Inhibited cargo nfler today. It was said, would be liable to thu penalties fixed by the Vol stead act, when she entered Ameri can constat wuU'tii bearing that cargo. . American ships, under tho ruling Of tho attoriiey-geiieial (whlch re ceived tho formal approval of Prfd d"nt Harding, aro prohibited from possessing liquor regardless of when- they .tre In operation. Tho ban us ttiado operative as to ship ping board tonnage as soon as"tho ruling was published, though, tlmo was allowed for tho disposal tit ony Illicit stocks on board versels of tho fleet then nt sen. Hope for Decision. Knfnrccment officials arc hopeful of n decision coming from the fed eral district court In New York whom the new Interpretation of the Jatv Is under fit n by both foreign nnd American llnes-jiliefoio the ar rival or a veenci III violation or the ban neceiHltates punitive action against tho ship, thu agents and hor master, as required by law. It Is pointed out that only vessels which clear from foreign ports after midnight tonight como within tho restrictions, thun glvlnn a further "aiitomntlo stay" of front five to seven days In the cases of most ships on the regular Atlantlo routes and of an oven longer period with re spect to ships crossing tho Pacific. Alrirnc,t of formal Instructions na to their proceduru will not serve as in deterrent on customs and prohi bition forces, It w.i.i declared, as the regulations now Handing nro suffi cient to permit them tu act In cases of suspected violation. INDUSTRY IS PICKING UP WholeMiIit and llclall llin-liicvi lnill 4'atca l)iiliieen Itctlwil, NKW YOUK, Oct. 22. Devolop mentM of thu past week In Industry und finance are encouraging III many reaped. Wholesale und ro tall activity In particular Increased perceptibly, being partly stimulated by the cooler weather. Continued strentgh In pilees for farm products, however, over-shadow cd for the mo ment other Impoitunt Industrial factors. Although cotton grnwera hnvn sold thu Maplo heavily, excolltut buying by the foreign und domestic trade has given tho market the needed mipport. A tardy awakening of spinner In the fact that a teal shortage may have to bo faced Intel, It Is pointed nut, It responsible for much of the present active demand. Prevailing grain prices also con trast sharply with the recent low levels and with ptlccs of a year ago. WILL UNIFY CHRISTIAN MEN Piling l",ii lit nt Kaiisas I'll) for Na. tliuial Ori;niiliitliin. KA.NHA8 t ITV. net. 22. A com mittee was selected to perfect a na tional organization at this after noon's seeai'in of tho cunff reucu of tho Christian business men here DIscushIoii of this national orKani Ziitlon which, accordliiK to officials will be unification or Christian busi ness men's associations In cities ml over the Unltod Htates and Canada, occupied mutt of Hie day's proarain Tho national orjranlsatloti com mltieo named follows. Albert Wood. Detroit: II. B Schneider, Columbus, Ohio; Charle, I Hrlilatf. at. iiuls. Harry White, Tu, so, Okla.; C. H. Watts, Philadelphia Lowell i'illrnoro and Francis J Oa ble, both of Kansas City. si:i;.i.s to disliki; DAUtsnnin v Samuel (Jiiiiiihts Says Attorney. Gen. cral'n I'li'it Is u Ttrudc. WAHHI.N'flTON, Oct. 22, Bamuel flompers, preeldent of the American Kederfitlon of Labor, declared In a statement today that Attorney.Oen eral DatiKhvrty'a defense nt CJllton. Ohio, last night of the tnjunation in the railroad shopmen's strike wus it "flamboyailt tirade" which makes It fltllnir to classify DauKherty us one of those "Irresponsible agitators," the attorney-central's uddreas, the labor leader asiertt I, wan marked by ' partisan bias, untruth, exagger ated statement and a dlipluy of heated temper," 15I110175 orecci5T .sIciiilcrLiiig Lines for the I nil l'lgiirc. I'm til" ttl.ltlllc flgtlte in III- w, ,1111111 Klin : 1 .1 lot biin.i il would be 11 haid 'ask Indeed tu find more liei'omln tines than those offend in this smart a yle. The panel from is the fundamett'al of slendeilsloM lilies and lh modeiately flsreil sleeve doe much toward gracefully vnneesllng the bronil iblpllnr sjltd they are modish besides. If made of rrepo tin chine at Jl to per yard the complete garment would cost about IS.! Thn parttern I so easy to follow tha; you could make a new ftnrk Ilk this In about two days with mime time added In whbh to do the embroidery The ii.mnn No 154!' tuts In 31, .111. .IX, 4m, T. 4 1. lit. 44 lllvt .'II luetics lilt-! mc.nnti H'F .1'! reqti'res 3 "i v.i d 41' ,i" h tn.it. 1 1 I Price lfi 1 ciii.f eHiittpi in . I'lu ti.ilu prefii red ). ' 1545 Tram COS Transfer Pattern No. fiOS In yel low only IB tenia extra. Our Fall and Winter Fashion Miigaslne Is toady. Contnlns over three hundred styles In addition to four pages of embroidery designs, three pages of slylos worn by "movie" stars, and a elx-leson cotirs'i In dressmaking. 'iic 1" cents. Send you order to Fashion De pottnietit, Tulsa World, 230 H011II1 Wells slreet, Chicago, III. Clciticiiivaii Sail Next .Month. NI7W YORK. Oct . 22. (lenrgea Clemeiicenii, war premier of Franco, will vlll principal cltlea In tho east the tnlddlu west dining his tour of thn t'lilted Klnles In November nnd December, according lo a aehcdulu made public today by the council of foreign relations under whose au spices he Is coming to (his country. I "ho Die ill tirade Cruising. LITCIM'ILLD. Ill-, Oct 22 - - Flvr persona wore killed when an auto mobile In which they. worn riding wus nunc by an iiiiiiimh central train at Waggoner, near here, this eve nine. Muni now Cards' 'Keep Kmlllng" j Dr. Iidith Chappie ClllitOrilACKJK till lliinl.l lllils. ortirt! oiage nvn Itoldcnco Omgu 7130 Your Hciiltli Hcstorcil 'i'licrmo-Magnctlu Until Parlor I0H II. l:llli M. riiiuif (Vdnr 2I5 Man ami I.ady sttrmtanla. Day and rilxM arvlr. Indnraril by Iwdl's Ini'tnia tha l.t ayatam nt allml inll.m In auln Inloili-alloii, oolite. llLWliallirn. kldnry and llvrr ilia ntiiria. lilsh IiIa'mI eraaaure, Inaiimiita. ii.rvnuaiif.a, i.b.ally and alllrd con illliona, I'hdtia for spimlntmant. THE CHILDREN'S DAY NURSERY in KUirrn aiKVKNNB thlldicn Carnl I'or During Working or Htionp'tia Hoars I TREAT MEN AND WOMEN I'or Slrii Hynhllla Honor rlmfi. Htrlrtnra. Illadde, Troubles ll.droi'eles and ell trhata dleeaaaa ' I' ii r IV u m e u Dlaplaea lar ( eiai'ai'oo nnnafurai rtlarha, aa !tl.lnt Maitdal 2i.a .11 k.I.?. j7.?.... M;enla (lainn.i and Irretru oil K.rinn. .n.t viVrln,!. Talaimint alnua Teeaiment I.ONtit I.TATIflN I'ltKK l.ldlil Vrnra lii llnf lxiiilon DR. JOHN LEE flerond nnd Mllln hlr.rla SIS Deeurlly lllila. Il.u ,,! DR. STOTTS 210 Richard Bldg. Third Street nnd Boston Avenue, Tulsn, Okla. Formerly of Hot Springs, Ark. Illooil, HI. I ti, 1,'t-iilto t'rlnnn nnd Venereal IHm'umi- tint) (it'iicrnl OHIcc i'littilce Scriiina, t aculiu-it. I.lmrlnil Th'iiiiiiciiI", Illooil I cms i ir.ni til ,i i iii.-i 1111,1. PlltlMf OSAtil'. HI41 Dr. Layman & Layman Clilnipinciors and Optometrists TiU'lio Vcure Scrilco In TuIhii Office (), " t'l I lies. O .101). -Il.n IIoIiIiimii) Hide, ml : j 111 hi n M.E. CONFERENCE CLOSED SUNDAY Appointments in 'l ul.sa District Announced by Officer? Spfi-ui t,t The WorM. POtfi'A CTr, Oct. 12. -The ik. lahomn Methodist Kplsenpsl church 1 onferenre closed tonight. The fal lowing are the Tulsa district ap pointments. Tuls district. O. It, Morrl. dis trict superintendent, 1101 Mouth Norfolk, Tulsa; Avsnl, C, II. Hick aril; Harnadsle, C. Fred Madam, Hub)'; Jnmeii Prince. Ilokosh-. W. ,T Pugh. Hroken Arrowj I.. D. Corn 1 lug, I'm loose nnd OHiiaao; (Hen T ' Meaty, Tulsa university. Chtlsrn, (I M. Jefficy, Claremore. Clinrl-s Hers. ,11. renin II Hilt; A t. Mi"'k t'lil'InsMlle; (' A. Kidman t'ullliis l!li South Park to be sunptleil: iummeiii', It. K. Hurt. Delaware, if. I' Simpson; Foyll. A. 14. Myles l.lenhs, I) W, Crahtree, Hartnonv. ! 8. V. llennstt, Foyll, Okla . postof ft. e; Kell) tills, Robert Allsnugli; 1 Klcfer, J. W. iCIIar. lnapah. F. W. ! Applegato; Liberty, L. K. Dunbar: . Hnjnton, postofflce: Terlton, Merrll Murray; Miami, M. U ftlmpson; Muski'gen, O. C Hrenstnfi, 616 IIou inii slret'l; Nownta, A. N Hntltb, ' Okmulgee, J. A. lmvles. 7 112 N01H1 S, loliiole; OchclnlH, M. II CliHdte "iil ignh .1 N. IVoltlies. ft' hot litiv ,i'. I'eleipk, Hnnd riprlngH, n A I 'h 11 key, MniuilpH, It. P. Ciawroid ,-klaiook. A. While, Htllw, P. circuit. K H. )sniy; Tulsn, .1. W Atiel and Leslie Miller, Tulsa, (Irncn, T. H, Plltenger, Tulsa Orrntt, H It. Collins, 1211 (UMilli Quaker Hethol; .Inmes Ituglilln, 407 l'.nst Third, Tulsn, Park View; II. K. Hrlll, Tulsa, Itoso Hill tu he supplied, Tulsn Kendall, A. R. Lundy, 2sl4 Fast Fourth; Watklns, O. C. Itolilnson; Turley, F. A. Dunning. Tmh Woitudcil in IViid. PKORIA, HI., Oct. 22. Timothy Doyle Is held' In thn Mnson .county Jail at Havana tonight after he shot ntul proh.ihly fatally wounded one mil tt and wounded I Wo ntheis oil h s farm time miles north of Mnson city. The shooting Is said to havo been a llinux tp 11 long-standing famllv fetid. Latinos nnd Societies TUI.HA "l.ODtll: Nl)."7l, ArT'.-AA7"M meets vny Tioiuaioi tint Tliuiaitay r. C, strotiit Tlitir. tiny, tmtlnfusl third Thutidsy, M. M.i fourth Thuiiilsy, II. A. Nit liirtln: (lotolirr S4. Wntk In K. A. llrr" tsln nlnir t 4 p. tit. ptiTKit iinirriiMAN, tv. t. JDH DIltlllOT, H.ciflnty. di:ma LODOK III. Will Hint In M.M ul LTinniunlcallon, Tiir luf, OMiiln-r 11, Work In II A. Ilrnvr, romiiirnclns l 2 f in. V JOHN !. ATliltx. W. M. " AHTIItlt HAItKIt, tlwimir. HEril'IbbUW MIIKIK NO. AS A. Al. nail cnnittiunicaiinii I'tlday. (Htobtr tt. tirnlnntnR at 7 10 p, in W.otk and amlnmlon In K C Urstri. All Maaona Invltrd. , t llivnitr v. iiaOhUp. w. at. It. II. II APtn A, n.rirmo TbiiA ttTTAFiint'No. 11 itorAi. auuii MAStjwn maaia ayarv tun: an.t third ttntiduy at lHoiile hall Nnt mt'ttaa Holiday lit a II t . Oclubrr 11, 11. A .M, lealtinllilt at 7 30 p. Ill- All Ituyat Arrh Maaina Invited, ?.f A. HNYI1KI1, K"y I'ltANK H. liAVlKO.N. It. P. TitiNlT-v fiifiTnNTiTjirv ni. in ll aarnml and four 1 1, Sinn day of aarli mnnlti at Mnaiinli- nail at ineeiinar iininurr : 1 Work In Orrtar nf Ilia lint t'rnaa. All aojnurnlns Knlshla rordtally Invited . ttafrrati- lilenta will li aarvad It. tl. IlIltEN, S. C rtlANK fl. SKA MAN, Pan A It II A II THTlI'l.K ' A A. II. N tl a Waal a!ir marttna Rat,. tainuat I al t p. m. Watch llila column for any epeflal annntinetmaats. ItODCllT Jl. .(ANNA, Potentate O. I. tmONKttn, Ilecuidat, ilniria Onmlns t;ereiunn lal, Mamulo halt, Orn. tier 7, with full allow atid aomatuleit differ ent Dal i4llllnna In eatly. Saba Patlol lance Hike Hall, Oclu bcr 11 V. I). II A n It, Monarch 1:. ,N. I.I.I.IH, Heriria,ty TtLHA CHAP IKIl, O. B. H., Ill, intala at Maaonie nan tna lirat nn thud IVadnea.laya ef ab month, at t 10 p. rn. I'lrat nieatlnii, l.ualnaaa, eeeotid ii cetlnK, liilllallonand aniilal Hit" -t.t.t.114 K (1HKRN. Wnrlhy Matron HUM KSIM.V I AHT. Hdctetary. HaKntnen any and rarnlval darw In turn union Hall. October ! at J l". All O I. H and llielr eaenlta weleolna I'leaae tituiK denatmn of potatoes for Maaonlo H.ili.e IUI.OMA CIIAI'Tem. tl.l". K. H. "Ill traal at Maeonle Hall ae, A ond and rmitlli Salunla, VrCI eeenlnae 1 l. ruai ,nri r7VtL Ins bualnfaa, aaeond inael- I rr-li3 Ins fat Initiation and eneiei iiVil aeaalon. J Lf,. rrl si. Itarllatt. U'orlhr Mellon. Mlee I. In ('ausber Sacr Oaasa li4 It a a him roniiT I.AIllr.,1 HH II IN W will meal at lUeoiilc Hall Hie fourth Wrdiieaday of each month al 7 10 p in. Cerai'ionlala nn an nnijfamanl Mia. o. T Dawaon tllcb rrteeleae Imil. 172 1 Mra lit Walter Ite.-nrder ilaaae l!6. Neil raalltat al)tllHV ..,,, rtn." TV!,' .f. ,Vi!, . 'SI'IIINX ll.UIl Or AAI'HA COIIttl fnaela ' "al Wadneadae aflern.ina I 10 al Ma ,0",p h,M eesular enaatlns Oatibr 4 M,,H ,tA, M, w i)KINNf,, 1. O iiutlXTOIlt HI' mii llouldei Odd rallowa Hall AL'HdltA l.ODUK NO. It, I. O. O. f. Matte evety Wedneeday evanlns. T.14 u rn. IV. T. OAllIIV, N. O. it, U PfJliNOMTUMU, Secretary TDtJIA LOIXIf, NO, 40, I, O, O. r, meeta every Tueedey evaaloa. T 10. IOM OIVINN N. (I. J I'. Mill HI II Secretary, TUIJtA KNl'AMI'MtiNl Mi I. O. O, t Meeta on aeennd and fourth Friday uf eaeb woutb at I i, m. J, U IIL'OIILKtT, C V. IU II. KIII.I.KIr. Scribe. 'IUI.HA IIUtlKKAH NO. It. I. O. O. f 'Mesulai inrellns fllal and tblrd frldai or aacp nioiitn. a p. m, Mlta. Jjni.i.ir-: i.iiwb n o. Mlta. CAluiy UAVia See. Oaasa till II. TULSA CANTON NO. Jl. I. O. O. t Patriarch Militant. Viral Heiurdey each montb, I p. m. W. 1. HOI.1UN. Capt. It. Il i-1'l.l.-H Clara. (inllKn or LOTAt DUNS. lUlaa rirealdi No. I, aerond at,d fourth Salurdar aaeb month I p. rn, HAYltilNIl r-ISMKIt K l II II III'IIHI.UTT W K. Ktll'-MLIN rUIJiliK I O, M. ro'eta every third Hatuiday I p tn, i. j. wiimiii. rr W. Id. IllCH A HPS. Mlalilar of RKOfda. m A WO! mi blames u. s. tariff (icrmiiti DccliircH llnrrler mid Hi maliil for Unr Lomi Pniiiciits lulling Hiirope tu Dcatructloti. IIKHI.I.N, Oct. 22 -The tail'f f the I'nlted Hlalee, coupled w ' " ili'iriiitiil fur tepnymeni of war I .1. threatens to drl e, Europe to 1! tittlon, declared llerr (lothf.n. f nter' minister nf f nance and a' v i nl demoi ratli; leader in the rr . stag, discussing the new tariff , 1 Icy ef tha L'nltert Htotc 'If the I'nlted mates does n- cept Rurnpean Indue. nal tin. 1 1 . In patnient." he added. shi lose Km ppe short Iv ns a lni. Hitch gonda an Europe canno' di--pensn with will he obtained hi o'h.e land which w II take (he p.,li. e of Kuioptati Industry In exchng. Piilt Iter Will Dofpntl Ktuii. WICHITA. Kan.. Oct. 21 - K Kluk Klan am Will he defended 1 morrow night at a l "-al .ln. 1 when lip I. t iJIrokln an 1" 11 . llt from Dallas. Tm, wit ., to the temaiks if In H 11 ! ' -llerili.g. pastor of th' I'nlird -gregatlnnal church hete, win, ' - nounced klanamen last Bunda.i 1 k and rteetared tha organisation t" un-Amerlian. Doctor Herring b, been Invited to he present. LEGAL HtJTiTW Legal Ptlhlleatlnn V-illea liarrby all-en lhal I Bin no Innar a limn.liar n( tha Mrm .if I 'I 11. 111 k Monti, li.rRlr.l at hill Mn , '1 Mi, III li"i-l ri'v ,,f -I'ul , 1 UHlal' I", 11' I II. nl II iibi i ml 1 1 1 1 I It I.-,, f - 1 tn in I, 1 - I.,-, 11 t . 1 1 , . I I M ' "I III, I " 'II 'I I II 1 11,1 II lllli, ,.I III t . i, n. ... 11, 1 1 n,i t.ii y nf il 1. i.i-i. 1 M Milt: III M WANT ADS -Hairifia-- Announcements ANNOl'NUtiMlI.NT Oaasa UK. Quality and eervlca. Tutaa Undertaking Co. can aaea yoii nna-ltnlf MINI' AMI I llt .MI pine tn ,tt nntf mtta rlajneJ nikI pr4-M.t rlcht for tit nt Trry Miller-, Clnii; l-dty nrvc. 1 flllair I l". CAM Co ring lout. inI (hMa F It n nl. Miiia by ttrtibnn anil rnyinit foi wr VllaMAlVf IlnaTlon irrrtVr, p'teotlt ! in-itlii itut or MaIpii frnm 11 M I Tni fi?4fi l.lttrl rwril mt na lift'..ni m) Weil 'mI OiUr .TTAn l.i IHT- VfiH hVhI Uvtr" ieOtTrr polnn-r ilnr. l niontht uM, Uti, iltnlt1it cnllur Anawtr to nun ff Jut. Klntr vli-'tt OtK fpr rjwiiril. Hum la. ciraht. LOh'f -PVIIVurTrMiy Beiilne- Llbetol" rfwnl. full leigjta 1 1 47. fTlMf C'f kqTi WMlch, on O. U if "nr. Mtiir.l.t)r tMOrnliit, flnWr tr rotum mul irlv rvwtiid. Ill H. lltfltnu, O MM. till III" MMHliy f tKf Il'tOII. ronttliilnii literal rwr!. 117 J WorM. I.OH'I'" fiiMnirTntl nfr UIpi, in" or wroutu nut nptit cltiirnh rrMar tilglit. Cull t-'flr tnd rtirlva rewarrt. rtlrr iJof. U inntithN ul't, Mawrit tu t,i nm of Itartsfer. IM Clttilaln. Ccilur "ai llf glt,4nr OMeTW tat. wnnt. I 'lion w OaMfttt IBH. LitHT - ii f "nablo hiuI whii ftmTV col liV. noiuin iu iIok Biiuw ti'l rritiv rftwurtl .CoHT An cpvn-fa. mt IJlKin vrnri hTcm ttUt-k rll,tnn , rnWHft! i HIi CtlMr--"lriiiK 111" liUrk lttlir "cajfffiM tutil twvtit 'J uUm and ('attmiii, f . rwanl. Carl AdaiimMr, 11 Jttiallnl po u r t, A Ii rn, O h 1 1 . ruiflW1tlTl iTonialiilnir "fnltiNf Hiacw (lyi'rtijtiiij i tf,nnii Icttfra Mnl m hri t!tiU I.osii bit (irk trail. Klmtfr t'lr4 niillfy V J. lAtulieU. l(tit Tlll4 linttl. ITIIKI.V I'KIIWD.Sll. S lilt, I'CTl liiliinifK has opened lila new offltea In Pai amount Court, 111 N. Clie(ll,y, Ul,l,i,na Cedar lull tot Ilia lleneral pracllea n( oeleotiatby, alan Ilia illasnoala und tieiiliuanf of dlaeaaea by the Abrama metfiod. irortnr lliilili.a tua plat returned from Han Tranelacn. Cel., where he atudled the Wleotronlo lie. acllona ef Abrania muter the founder llr. Albert Abrama nf that rlty lie la ilia I'loneer to practice Ilia l:. It. A. In I uiaa. 1'AlllMllllN nitiMi)t. May work Tor mrt nf palm!, ItitiUa fnr a'liiptlbii. Writ f tr booklfl. Mra. T. Il linir. 4911 I. TwHitv nnv nlli Hr., Ki""aa t'lty. M o tl A I.M)WRnN ruatumoa nit. to urdfl. 3111 il ply nijtlai, Hf ?jO-J. TI'KKT lo ltia AnifU. i'ul , tiplr" t)ruihr 10, rhoap HDt-lf, WorM. )) inyvr1 to ll?l H. i'nrtft. For apj-otnl turn piittriea ifmpw iisi, otJ.I von it intiria"4l in knuKiiiir f an (unit a ht.m, nn tha ittiulli hie w It nf a yur I.m by whl ba ia r nil f i by bonr nr ilwy. rfannnalili 336h w i ;"u7?i "ft" f i.rtNrr v man? t ah i u i i A hw for ib era and pritticllon nf younisf wmtn; ralaa rtfuimhlt; htiblra (1rp(i(l. Or M II. K'wmfln, tnr4lrM illrfrtnr U17 V Main. OiVahoma ('II y MPIIt'lAI. .NorU'Kn II 11 A SQ 1 1 1 R A fiW rnelnniea for ren'l . nmiii 31 1 Iowa Pitts. Herond and llnat- r I'liona aertlca after I p, m.. Oaasa IIIIJ llAHtiT)TiltA"hTi euiia tor rent. Indian Novell y, SOI H. Main, T "-U-; ( f,AJ",1 1 1 v A MK.V mi Tha diiHii srade " take Caatl l.i rry a Pllla and ba happy, mailed, i. lyomlerful taatltnoiilala anil eeintil fre. A K t'aatlatiarri , derartment K i'o liimtiue, (la Automobiles r .Vr'i 'i ii 11 iXiy nmV.Vu; in A'l.MuHf neiv4ali"four"muilnB ear wMl 1 1. .I. for filrnltura. fall llaago l!SI J. Mi- Krye a' Hlp'K "HtJAHHTMR. !. nioUer, Inr aalu, reraiitly ovarhaulail, prlea reaao lil., larrria to salt. 1J It. Mai nnd Qanaa ! 8ARl IAIN- 'Naali ' Hl'i. L-paaaanitar, I I model nej aa new run leee titan tl ono iiillaa leas, let ma on part. Oaaia 1-1 C'lMPt,KTK Una of 'uaaU vara; lirned riirht . larma to raanouetbla partlea, 1.I tar .Marhet, Third and Detroit roll HAI.K (lulck t'oupo, 4-paiaMnsar. -cylinder: In uaa three mnntha. Wilt aell at ,i sain, aa I need money. Phone Cadet If I or call at 111 Mayo tilde f oil SaTTsV- fJ i laaav'" l'i'rd "apeedati r. i heap, i -ah or credit, t.'l N. Klwoud. i'dar i lapi-.l t'Oli HAf.K HI Kurda al tad oca, I prltui. alao J" i,' her raia of itlfferant inalt.n at sreai bsrilna I'aad Car Rnobance, tl N. Main. Oaasa l. FtillH HKliA N. nearly new. ternie. can" ba aaen at l N. Main. Oaaga ttSI. Foft HAl.Ti iavon-Maeaensar flttlek. sod iiierlianleal rondllloli. Rood tlree. In- re punier tr Mcfune, SID S. Itonldi-' r-AI."i:--Auiomo'bll repair ahop, full niuitmi-nt of tiie and aarvlca eari goml 'paano rur aaiiiaa, aoii-ti, worm, e'llaa, W t hAIW U. r i , , .- model K-ll nulck lourltiir One model K II Huhtk roadater. On, runt roadater. Ona fori murine. One tuMH XI J-tcn pierce Arrow trm U. r a 1 1 Panne 81 no or Oaasa III! J- rirA'i..-r,raBlilln' " touflnif ear. Ilhe new i will lak- Poril. Pease -191 "Ki'sd nKR" aark pluili, fife perfeciiy in ',11 iiunip'ns I'yllndar'a. l'elfaru Auto Supply I'n., Ill C. aevond Ut., dlattlln)- I or. . f.TBErrvTri'EHMa Jttt) ill I'fCTlON UN nvi; iii'sniiKt) t - ;u I'oiinn n in e i.u I ''i prnin m our enl ra a- K i r .ti 'it lint wtt the radui , t -n i n w ci a r it vn exciianoh 31 T. f ind V "