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ItULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1922
13 CRIMSON-CREAM LEAVING TODAY FORWICHITA Rau's Men Confident , They Will Push Over Victory . li K. W. rtau'n Crimson and m clan will leave early today V ' hlia whero they clash with ! . Kanean clan Saturday In what . , t ted to bo one of the harder! t of the year. Coach Rau ,, J ,.ipt night that hU boys could . it the Wichita clan If they M. but that although dope had , picked to win, that dope wasn't li a cent when the boya started k i mo. !:er u llKht workout yesterday man, the boyn were conflden' they would ndd another victory . their strlns; beforo they left hurt Saturday. , U"r haa boeti working his boys .1 fturitior th twist wotk to set m In shapo for a real battle when i v.-. mixed tiling" with the Kansann. i i;a defeated Knld 30 to 25, but . v wore themselves out In the stiff i ukrIo and Achcr had his hands ill gettlnK the boys around for the ,iy game scheduled tomorrow. Tt I SA TO IfKIHPATK MV WICHITA STA1MU.M Wuhitu, Kan, Oct. ZC. Tulsa i igli p hool has received a blR honor football circles of Kansas. The Ti!a crldstera havo been chosen ns t , team to help dedicate Wichita's c ammoth new athletic plant. The T ila eleven will oppose Wichita I Igh In the feature football Rome of pi-ason for the local gridiron whon the dedication of the new field oc curs Saturday. Plans have been made to make It big occasion In Wichita's school Mstory. Friends university and lalrmount college students here will help In the dedklon of thn f.rld. Addresses will bo made by prominent citizens and school of- ifllf Athletlo exercises will pro ( red the Bamo nnd etunla by tho bin school students. TIih athletic field Is located upon a jnii-acro tract on which tho new t l.noo.OOO hlKli school is being built. While dopo favors Tulsa In the c cnlest berauso of Tulsa's victory wr tho Kind team which beat Wichita by three touchdowns, Coach H. iroan of Wichita high Is planning i ri n Riving tho Invaders a real bat r. The Wichita tram has been successful in the forward puss till i ar nnd may depend on it to win t-'iturdav, Tho Wichita line will bo i gMer than Tulsa'ri but so far this -.ueon has held well. Thn local team Is made tip largely of stennd ;e.ir men. Osage Races Draw Large Crowds at Pawhuska Track PAWIJl'SKA, Oct. 26 Results to day In Osnco tribe races on the local tnv-k; Thrcfi-clghla mile, Dan alt ti. first; Shady Lane, second: I'untcr T, third. Four and one-halt furlongs, lady May, winner! Tom J'a. ton, Becond: Nettle Wood, third, l'lve-elKhtrt mile, won by Drown HI. k. Johnnlo Dyer, second; Miss ("pears, third. One mile and 70 jnrds, won by Laura James; eccond, Int'ovntlon; third. Caveman. Entries fur October 27: Three elKlits mile, Tony McCafferty, Hlrdlo IVown, Jowelor, I'ush Ilox, Jessie Mav, Johnnie Roach. Itazile Dazzle, I. it'lc Owen, Hoso Wood. Four nnd a half furlongs, Vlan, City Park. Pr titer T, Trailing Star. Llttlo Judge, Bis Dick. Five-eights mile. l.ady Broadwater, Little Joe, Lady M.'f'ormack, Strong Choice, Slim Hawkins, Hnrry Jr.. Nelllo Wood, Oklahoma Kid, Motor Man. Three-fourths mile. Kube. Tt, Mur pViy, Innovation, Jtoslo Byers, John fl!o Dyer, Capt, Hodges, Dental. Carpcnlicr Takes a Jaunt Into Himia PARIS, Oct. 26. Cicorgcs Carpen tier, who recently lost his tltlo as lleht-heavywolght champion of Kit !"pn to "Battling" Klkl. i negro, lias departed for Russia with a party of I fads, the Echo d' Sports revealed ("day. Tho first stop will bo made at ll'rlln. After a short stay there the parly will proceed to Riga, capital fif I.athva. Thence they plan to go Into Russia for n. eight-seeing Jaunt. farpentler expects to return to Par. by way of Loudon, reaching the F.ngllsh city In tlmo for the Plkl.Joo Bcckct fight In Decem- FOOT CRUSHED BY TRAIN tYcs.t TiiIm TenmMer Victim of Ac cldent In rrlsco Yard. A C Walker, 40 years old, team t.igntecntli and Nngaies, mis talne.i injuries at 8 o'clock Thursday niorn.ng at West Tulsa when a rrico freight car crushed his ankle, iat necessitated the amputation of " le't foot at the Oklahoma hospi tal wiere he was taken for emer R"" y reatmont. Though his In- .u.les are painful, his condition 1 f considered serious, A rdmg to reports. Walker was g to nis noma in wesi iuisa f; r" ' ndlng the night In tho city i1'1 a 1 missed his car and started n wn )ie j.-rico tracks for West 1 neii the freight train ttruck DR. GWIN Treats Successfully MEN lth wcakno acroci hack. orcana. anr alKna ot tarly PRIVATE nuii, nnirrhi, . (Ileot. Htrklurt, Varl i,... . "rorocne. Wtak Orsana. a( vv. BLOOD. SKIN WM.iea In any ' form, Byrniui, on i i""1 U,cr, ,n ",e t""". mouth, h,... miv, nana!, Do.iy, aciuna o" .toS1 "' tr'll,,' h,,r ''"" 606 and 914 llactrrtna, 8 a tunii, Watairinano OFFICE: joj.o mavkh iimhi. o. h,i nt (ov,f Ntw ne.nll Drus Siora). "0l " t to t, No Sunday houra. 5 Multimillionaire Is His Rival Bob Ludlam, 30 years a conductor on tho Long Island ra'lroad friend of T. K. and all-around good fellow, who Is opposing Trubeti Davlsun, son of tho lato Henry P. Davison of J. P. Morgan & Co., In n racn for tho assembly. Conductor Bob, a stnunch democrat, says ho has only P, 000. 000 handicap to overcome, but what Is that when one hns friends. Howling Scores roMKitciAi. Jl , c. Ilillr. riayra Moor . . . . Jjimrrlch ., Slrad I'Tkin llahn Totata ,,, riayra ilauierman llonftycutt . I.lo d 1'lfrca ItUMell .... Totata .., IMayera Quirk lit :nd 103 144 lit ien U) 131 101 J 00 COD 163 Tt Yfltw Cslt. lkt Itl.l ll ill 111 lit lSii I in III li 119 is: ?o m :n l'nrlrr.)mli, lt :nJ 117 in tt iu 10S 110 104 9 IIS 115 Jr.l IK It! t 100 it) Foratrr Totala ,., Playfra Dinry tit it! 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I'atton 10 147 Jfd 1C0 119 1S9 Ml 139 "lU 3rd 111 1S3 IS; HI HI J about themyoull like I m I I somctbinc that makes ll II Tarcyton the one cigarette fill g 1 1 that is really different. all f 11 something your palate I J 1 1 approves. 0 II fffl 111 o mv ""S1161 ill I o VWA Tareytons arc 1 m w a 4 s 7m tOS SH ill III III 100 ll. let tnd 3rd 147 1:4 111 UV IBS 117 HI! lit 111 100 III ttt IIS 14J lit 01l 7 no '"lit 3nd 3rd 9t IU III 111 104 III 10S III 111 HI 191 111 171 lit 111 "eio ls jsT Tmntcontlntntnl. I'layera M..a.r v'httrtty .. Aldlvra ... Cum' ball llamauft , Totala , . U'ulle I'lllltiixi. l'layara T,ayna . . . . Wrlflil Young Tclala Troop Four Set For Mannsford Combine Next The Hoy Scouts of the Second Presbyterian rhurch will faro tho stlffest battlo of their season when they lork lie run with the fast and undefeated Mannsford high football team Saturday an tho Whlttlor r.hool grounds. neither team hai lost n game thin season, Mannsford cleaning up on cvcrythlnh "ear her and coming to Tulsa, for moro fields to con finer', and tho scouts huvlng won six consecutive games, defeating Wpcrrv hlffh twice and Hand Hpiings se. t nils, ColllimvlIlP, Tulsa high. Junior and nil-star team made up of men fror.i the Sinm ml l'resby church. Coaches Moody and flowans are working tholr boys overtime In pre paration for Stturday's game, nnd they are confident that the same fight and niocd that has carried them to victory thus far this sea son, will be present when they lino up for the game Saturday. And a lingo crowd ot followers of the Bcoula are expected when Kofereo Moore tools hU whlxlle for the kick off. Tho possible lino. up, Tulsn Scouts Pos Mansfonl Munny V. It. I3lllot Wolverton (C) Q. II. Hobinson Clark-Stufflo- beam L. II. Weaver Johnson It. li. Ward l'owler-Ooodlo C. Ilumell Oormley It. (!. Illntou Harris It. 7. Llthell Anderson It. K. Colo Howlcy-Wull L. (i. Hall Donnelly L. T. C. Hull Hnpler-Cndon- hend I- H. Haton The United States, with one sixteenth ot thn population nt thn world, luia trvo-thlrdH ot tho world's (telephones, larvian bum m OIL ROYALTIES RICH HARVEST Chief Income for Bureau of Mines Derived From Western Fields WASHINGTON In his role of 11 I'll diaira oil producer, your Uncle am received In August the tidy stun I . f I77S.3TS 11 In royalties from the ...oilucttnn n( oil, natural gas nnd . n.iutnl gas gasoline on government j r.ds in the west, according to the irenu of mines. Tolol net royalties accruing to the , a ivcrnment to August 11 from theso air es amounted to (7,187, 403, "7, if thn August royalties 131111,910.44 . tredlted to Wyoming, 1351,741.40 1 alirornla and JSl.SuT.ti to Mon- i t .1. Chief ItoK'ilui- Mtiurcc. ' Royalties on the production of . I tho bureau stated, "ctinelltutid ' j far tho largest portion of there de nl revenuvs and amounted to I I ,030 48. royalties- on natural gas , ,isi 1 no 13,021.43." 1 The bureau received from the 1 lenrl Inlul cfflee In August 27 1 oil i ml gas iiriapectliiK penults, bring- g tne total number of permits 1 ; ti 1 in I 1138. Klu Imisrs were le- t iv il, making a total of 307 The (rovemnu'iit's sliding royalty ,n on nil produced from gnvin- .11 mined larid, ss provldid by h lea.., ng m is. U an Important In- 1 a inn for tiio pvtroirum mans r.. uu official of III bureau tald. t udrr It tho government's royaltlen xarv from 12 U to 33 1-3 per cent, according to tho rates of production. $l,il(in,(H)ii Income. "During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1922, the total government royalty amounted to approximately 1.000,000. Under tho leasing nets this amount Is divided 10 per cent to the United States treasury, S7 Vi per cent to the stale In which tho oil and gas aro produced, and 52 ',i per cent to the United fitateo recla mation nervlct." The number of leases and pros pecting permits lesued lip to the dote of thu fiscal year recently ended was no fpllows: Arltonn, 2Ct permits; California. 99 leases nnd 1,380 penults; Colorado, 3 IS ir mils,: Idaho, 70 permit. KaniNOs, 1 permit; Louisiana, 1 lease nnd 10 permits; Mississippi, S pel inlts, Mon tana, tl lenses nnd 1,133 permits; Nebraska, 0 permits; Nevada, 611 permits; New Mexico, 462 permits; North Dakota, 2 permits; Oklaho ma, 2 permits; Oiegon, 23 peimll; South Dakota, 67 permits; Utah, 1.47.1 permits; Washington. IS per mits, and Wyoming, 1S3 Icnsrn and 1,315 permits. lots of l'lrlil Work. Despite tho business depression and curtailed production, tho bu reau said, field developments have proceeded rapidly In tlm Hooky nioiintaln dlntrlct, where on Junn 30 or tins year inero worn ;iui produc ing wells on government land, of which 207 wero In tho H.ilt creek field In Wyoming. On that date 100 new wells were being drilled In the Salt crerk field. Active preparation nto wero In progress for the drilling program required under the Mammoth Oil company's lease of naval reserve No. 3 on Teapot dome. Tlie bureau lias under construction n camp nilia- eput to thn town of Salt Creek In or- icr to maintain 11 supervisory xorco of competent men adequate for such large-Hcatn operations. Developments havo nlo proceed- Ail ..ntiaiv In Mrtntnnft wnere nt tne end of tho fictl year B7 wells were producing from government-leased lands In the Cat creek field. Ily theso developments tho Cat creek field heramo the third largest pro ducer of oil In thn ftocky mountain district. Mntrli Oimitnnr IncrcascM Stock. CHICAOO. Oct, 26 Stockholders of tho Diamond Match enmpnny to- day nirhorlned thn Increasing capital stock of thn enmpnny to 230,000 shares from IS, 000 shares. Ol Why Our Business Is on The Increase if Wo arc ninking the best clothes that we ever made in our Uvea we've not loft one thing undono that would improve the qual ity. Whether you know anything about quality or not you can toll at a glanco that our clothes arc the moHt remarkable value you over saw, not for $111.50, but for n great, great deal more. We don't want to make claims that appear boastful all wo ask is that you compare the quality of materials tho style tho fit and tho tailoring of our clothes with those that cost double our price. We make the clothes wo sell in our own shops and sell them direct to you. You save the middleman's profit. Free Pressing Exactly 3 East Third Street A. "Jack" Clarke, Mgr. It Isn't pSurvtvciv ttrac ''J.Csirnr.ttMi' These lemnrknMi pi -tures s' w the repine cf her ihps( ngeis 11 d 1 huddled 011 the de. k if tho I m'oil brought back to America SUSPECT HUSBAND OF SLAYING WIFE FOUND IN GRAVE IDNTINtKD Kll"M I'A fill ONIS sobbed. "I dldnd't kill her." At tho undertaking rooms whero In encountored his wlte'M relntlvoa he nlso maintained his Innocence. As yet 110 motive for the crime has been put forward by authori ties except Jealousy "over another woman." Mrs. lluriiH was the third wife ot llumn, his first wife having died and his eecotid wife divorced. Itcrently lu hail his name changed to Hums it simplify tho pronunciation of his former for eign mime. He first made his op pearanco In the neighborhood whero ho lives ns 11 poller, thou hn began his commercial career by tslabllshlne a popcorn stnnd. Hums Is said to be worth between $60,000 nnd $70,000. Hn owns four bushiest! and apartment blocks. Mrs. Hums Had been married previously, belnff divorced from her first husband. Missouri to Remember RooscvcU'h Birthday jkkkriison crrr, Mo Oct. 26. A proclamation designating tomor row, the sixty-fourth anniversary of thn birth of former provident Theo dore Itonsetelt ns a day of re mnmhrnnco of his iwhloveiiient" nnd Americanism, was lued here today ! by Gov. Arthur M liyilv. New Oil rind In Ciilumbln. HAN IMtANCIHCO, Oi l J. Oil sand has been struck nt thn LM70 foot level of n well being drilled by the I.ntln Amerlcnn Petroleum com nniiv owned Jointly bv thn Hlnnd.iVd Oil enmpnny nlul tlm TniiiBContlnen 1 tnl Oil Interests on tho Han Jnclntn concession In Columbia, Houtn I America, according to advices re 1 reived by tho .Standard 11 company hero today. for One Year So Bad to be Shipwrecked zrt r"" ;j?Juv"-' -1 , the Imri rj- m in. v '.1 ! I n r i I th- fre'unt. r We-t 1'ninloii Hta cj a my tr.im port. Tlionms, to Close Watch on Near East Will Be Made by U.S. American Intercut Not to He Direct, However, WiihIi inutoii Snys WAHIIINfiTON. Oct. 26. Tho United states will maintain 11 "close observation" at the forthcoming nonr east rinferenre, It ; learned offi cially today nt tho state depnrtment. This government, however, will hnvn no dlicct interest In tho phono of thn ltur.aiinti conference, tmdliig tho Turkish war, oh thn United Hlntea never was nt war Willi Turkey, It was stated. Mortuary Murry. " Kverell ltryant Murry, 22 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. (I. Mur ry. 1602 South Phoenix, died nt t.:27 o'clock Thursday morning at a local hocpitnl. Funeral service wero held at I o'llork Thursday ntternonn from thn family renldenre Uuriil whs madu In H d Kork cemetery. llolliiuil. Holland. C-year-nld Ncnl I, DR. H. P. CLARKE tl.'tt, Noiilli Main SPECIALIST On Venereal Klecasca Ougo HH tfc iitf&h'raaUJiiUnsrH i I HaJHPl i i iuMUU I ihOTlrlll-JLl rj"'.ati.r..:.;.'f":: :nr r im.ivi ' Because Worth hats and Thoroughbred hats are made by us in our own factory, vvc can guarantee the quality which we build into every hat. A Worth hat or Thoroughbred hat will give you an unusual amount of service and hold its shape under the hardest kind of use. L&TULlVi WINTloUIS.U.CA. Urxtit Manufadurtri of Till Hall Mil if I' fiV'fW MtunUlm " ANE '' of tli. b'g I ncr (My of Konnlulil, nnd thn Kau.i of happy survivors, whl li they wcro trnnsfrrreil to bo . . of Mr. nnd .Mrs, U P. Holland, died at the home northeast of thn city nt midnight Wednesday, runernl services wero held nt J o'clock Thursday afternoon from tho resi dence. Ilurlal was mado In Oak lawn cemetery. STORE TWICE ROBBED llurglam Tnlm Hosiery Monday Night; 1 .11. i' Sample, lti'tiini for I More--tinier by rAlllnlit. , I M010 I tut 11 11.200 wolth ot silk ami Knilleh Imported woolen hosi ery was "toleu from tho Itowen-lleed-llnlnr C'inp"y's store nt 6n7 South Main street In tun conseeil tlvn robherles on Monday and Ttu day nights by thieves who entered In one 1 1 cnsA through a skylight ot the onn.story building. Kinployra coining lo work Tue dny morning discovered that thn skylight hail been bioken open bv sawing In two the bar by which It wna secured. All 1 nveniory nt that limn revealed a low of ho siery valued at $700. The skylight had not been repaired on tho suc ceeding night when tho thlevtaj ngnln vlrlleil thn elom nnd took nil other nunntlly of hosiery Valued nt ID0O. n urn llilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll H m ml WATCHES I OVS '1 ml XKjyo gj BLOCKS m You will wnnt nt S'l V-i JLvWVt JVO "on r?c3 m m Hiislnlra I'rlccn I i si - s m 1 ni(l 8, Main 22 V. and I 'lnr 2lin gfl s 1 :n-i Hobinson iildg. . I vi:!-:::1 i:1:;:! L' mm VELVET TROUSERS i FOR WOMEN NEXT Topped by Jumper, Km 1 broidorod in Gold ml .Silver Cloth I 1 l( N--Beauty mav now M u velvet trousers Instead ' .1 in ' tiny evttnlng skirt. l i i l.nlily th dress critics will t .t 11 1 i.ne. nnd for the prewent, at iry thn velet trnusera will m t I , w ni'pear only In the hemp nit. tt hn come, so there s no 1. ' log when it may mnki Its p-i . n iH.nrane. ti nin.le ita debut In Albarm.irle ".r wliern Miss Klspeth I'1 'is ' xliowlnir autumn fimlilniiH - 1 t ir us giaen nnd line ar- ' 1 . 1 ( the feminine version i f t' a li n-.i Is fnr nhe.id of Hint u 'I I. - 1' il 1 ton y mull. llii'ie la n puff, too, Juat nttrvo be kneo nnd anoththl below it that st iN short a few Indies nhove thn II ni li-. nnd thn hlaek velvet mnd I i.iii was lopped by n Jumper of 1 . k- ciilni ed velvet, ombrultlei ed In (,'il.l and stiver thread and heinnie I 1 nil dark fur. Tim general result wan anmewhnt nm.Kstlve of h "Llttln Princess in tr Tnwer" toilette, but the wearer, , nt least, carried it off very well. I Tliein are other sensntlnns In Ihn I dress world to bn lecnrded. Ono Is thn use of 11 1 rp Inns silk fnr smut 1 gnwns onn of the minor nnd ,ul'o unrorsren results or tne war. Tills wan dyed yellow and used ti miikn 11 tongown. tho surfaie r' which wan decorated with rings ot black monkey fur, each circle show lug n turipiolao embroidered motJC in the center. Then, ngnln, there la the fashion of wearing a mluuture holster round what Is culled by courtesy tho waist linn. Thn effect can bo arrived at in it variety of ways, generally by twisting a length of tho drera ma. turlal to tho required thlrknAss. To ho correct a enrt of holster diadem of velvet or tissue should be worn an n headdress. Another novelty la reversible ye lour. On one side It shows the woolen mirfnee ot the material so popular for coats and skirts, hut thn rmerso la ehot satin, and no the use of extra material for collar mid cuffs is unnecessary. Can't (let Trace of War Veteran's 11 oily ALIlUgUlillQHR, N. M Oct, 20, Tho United Htnlen veterans bureau and city health department today aro seokltig to learn what became of thu body of Chnrlea (J. llamaey, former scrvlro man who died hern on Juno 3. It was supposed to linvo been shipped to tho man's mother, Mrs, Mary ltnmso;', 2903 Walnut street, Kansas City, but a lettnr from her todny disclosed that alio does not even know har sou la dend. to mj.au;k.-h lmtli Worth liati awl 'JhoroiifhWatl lull are am aokl lo your lotallty, uk iH niVaKt our uaiuual dealer treioltKii.