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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1922"
.3 IK 'I m ft ' ,t 3 $16,000 OFFERED FOR DENVER GANG CANDIDATE FOR HOUSE SPEAKER OPENS CAMPAIGN City of Denver Posts $10, OOO, Government's Max imum Is .$5,000 BILL NUMBERS LISTED Currency Was Numbered , 20,852,001 to 20,950,000; No Loss lo Uncle Snm KANHAS CITY. Doe. lfl. The fed. ernl iesorv bunk of Kansas city lute todny filtered u ruwurd ot 41,000 for tho arrest ntul oonvlntlon of ony one who participated In I do robbery of JZOO.OOft lu currency from n fed oral rcservo hank trunk In front of tho Donver mint yesteulay. A limit of J5.00U was placed on tho total reward which wove authorized by tho federal tosetvn board nl Washington. DWNVI3H. Hoc. 10.--TVio c-uunty of Denver todny offered a ruwitrd of J 10,000 for tun capture, (lend or nil vo of tho Ixindlts. Tho numbers of tlio stolen bills, nil of IS denomination no given out by official of the fcdcrnl roierve bnnk wore frotu 20.SC2.001 to 20, S70,uon and from 20,340,001 to 20. 1130,000. In n powerful '.'tir outside tho r.Ity hull, under Instnnt command of Chlof of I'ollco Williams, eight detectives, shotguns across their 1 :n its and mi nmpls tmpply of nm tuiitiltlon at liitinl, sat nil morning icady to leave Immedlatnly to run down hot clitoM received by tho po lice. WASHINGTON, Dm.'. 19 -No loss will bo sustained by th government or tho fcdcrnl reserve bank of Den ver us a result of lln robbry of $200,000 in fi note, federal reserve officials wild today. Tlio shipment was Insured, thoy explained, and rep resentatives of (he Denver bank will lie fully .indemnified If tlio money Is not noon recovered. 1U2NVKR. Dec. 19. "Wearing tho sumo liiscrullblo smile that charac terized hor during her sensational bandit career, Uvii Lewis, alias Kvn do MorrlH. queen of tho notnrloiiH Daln Jones gang, declared today that no woman wan connected with th daring J200.000 robbory of a foders.1 reserve bank truck hero yesterday. "Woniuii Im tho I'imii." "Woman in ever tho pawn of man," alio mild. "Sho acts on Impulse, and without much premeditation, , bo It Is hardly probablo that a woman wan Implicated In this deliberate affair." Tho protty 24-year-old girl was recently released from tho Colorado Hlato penitentiary for her connection with tho activities of tho gang that terrorized Colorado Springs and Don vor for two days In .September, 101S, whon two officers wuro "hot and killed, several others wero wounded and at least u dozen holdupH staged. Police searching for her yesterday nftr tho crime ot ycirtcrduy, found Miss Lewis with her mother on tho outskirts of this city. "Kvory gang works differently, no how should I know how this one did It?" sho told police. "I rend about It in the papers and only know tho circumstances from that. "Do thoy movo money often In front of tho mint? If thoy do, of course noma one could havo watched and studied tholr movements. JIlss Lewis declared slm wax not In touch with nny "underworld' ac tivities and wan lomlliipr a unlet, slm plo life In tho homo ot her mother here. CON11M.IJ1) I'HOM t'Ann UNI. of committee appointments Ik that t thy should go to thoite who nto bet : fitted, In rach cane, to fill thj por tion. I havo assurances from u auf- umber of members to con- oaucus, which my Ktipportors I aro culling for .Monday tilKht, Jattti I nry 1 " ! Voles Claimed by (ilhhoii. ' Claim was made at Olbbons heud rint iters toulithl that ho had 56 vedex pb dxed, with 47 neccHmiry to control tin iuuciii. Prominent among th nibbiinn Fiipportern nre. Jamcn C Niinco of Marlow, Tom D, Taylor of McAlesler, .losepli P. llofwltor of Ilonrytittrt, W, I, CuinilliKhiim of 8a pulpa, W. I). MclliMj of Duncan. Charlen H llrynn of MrAleator. Itleli. ard lin tn of Pawhuaka, C. W. Mil ler of lloldonvlllo, I,. K. (loodrlch of liiiwtoii, Kred I'. tJrydla of Ada, .1. M. ThompNon of Paiili Valley, .1. V. Witltliiim of AVIlhurtoii and N. M. I,lKhtner of tliiymon. OilibotiH I.iIiiih four of tho nix mombem from Okla homa county, with HIiiKletnry and Street for Htovall, Tim three women lly and ' moinbern am nlo claimed for Olb- uoiir, .Ic U. Pullrn of ihilphur, who Rtlll lunlta that ho In a cundtdalo for itprukenililp, expucted to flnully n noitnco IiIh withdrawal, leavlns tln field clear botweon Olliboim and Htovall. Pollen will probably uo to Htovall ai the other candldatOH havo done, and It v.III bo Dlbbntis nalnnt tho consolidated field. Tho retlrlnK cntiilldatc am not. however, miccen fill In cnrryliiK nil their utrenKtli with lliom, and Oibbuna la plcklui; Uli Homo out of tlio dnbrln, Htovall tonlRht declined to make n. formal statement, on oponinR IiIh hcadtuarters, saylnif thnt ho foarod It mleht bo mlftconKtruod. "I would like It understood, however." he wild, "thnt 1 am not opposlnic tho Kovcr nor and his administration, I shall expect to support him and so In-1 formed him, whether h profers Mr. Olbbons for speaker or not. My campaign will bo haAPd upon ability and availability, and It will be a fair fight' Tho Hiiro man would not mako any statement ns to his strength, further than to say, "I Imvn nomo votes nnd will havo some more.'' Ho discredited tho clnlms put forward by millions, and oxprosiied tho opin ion that a majority of tho members aro still pledged, south Ireland belne cut off by this region. Today's diaslln action nlraed at tho Irterferonce, with train operation; was under the blanket measure passed ,y tho dall elream last fall, 1 giving authority to nuppress dis order. Previous excuutlon hevr lien In cotinertlon with tho mho or possPHslnn of arms, except that the ' last Infliction of capital punishment I on December S. when Ilory O'Con-1 nor, Llam .Mellowes and two other republican loailors wern executed, was officially announced as In ro- , prlx-il for tho assassination of ',ean Ilalles, tho deputy shot tho day previous. I HOPE IS SEEN FOR FIBLE CREDITORS Receiver Believes Failed Brokerage Firm Will Pay SO Per Cent t'b ago board of trade, In which tho firm hoIcH memberships. 1 Mr Iteynolds declined to discuss1 the causu of tho failure until after i conferring tomorrow with W. It i Houston, member ot tho firm who Is I enrouto from New York to Katifui I City. JteprcsentallveM of two rorre-, spoudent compunles In New York' i nrrlvoil today .11 r. Hoynoius, TAX EMPTI0N FOR SECURITIES . as to permit construction to begin dlatcly. N. A. Thomponf tnems... ii, tin; ,,v, .u.u.v. . oiiiii pi-i-i uuu y Hi ins 1. II n &mU34 lli members of the AcUvlty of tho Automobile club ! In behalf of tourist facllltlen van recommendi'd with the return of nnnnPinM CinUT'lh" president, Stanley Thomaa, nnd ULLrto UN I" UH (crctaiT, W. D. Olnnaven. from a uuu ' 10 days' hunting trip on tho gulf roaet about thirty miles dlstanco .stinl-kii rriOM rxiiK o.s-t: ! "" rvu Chrlstl. Three hut,. and conferred with ,,, ...,. , t . ,lrc". luL wn.l" I'""c'."' l These! were ' .1. (.). i result. Tne party, oincr luisa iiiuiu- ilrlffln. Chicago manager of .1. h!iw"" IoI"K diverted from the Chan-, )(,rs ot which wero James V. Car V. hlmv.. ujr nrrv,uK lO UB'Crm He thf oil-round development through tii4 medium of the four-square man A gram. .Major Hooney dis, ussofl ill Hoy Scout activities and tB modal to tne scouts for performed. a fuvn. IU bCl'V1 i Dachc & Co., also prusldtnt ot thuinolH of trade and industry, ho raid, Pure OUh to Tackle Snider-J ahnxoii Cagcrs Tho two undefeated teams of tho Commercial hasknth.tlt iwague, Pure Oils and Hnydtir-.lohnsou. will clash tonight at th Y. M. C. A. In the first game of tho Wednes day night doiiblehendor. Megee's and thn Oypsles meet In the second. .McOiillliin's Arm Hurt. NHW YOlllC, Dec. 19. Hugh Mc Quillan, pitcher for the (limit in the last world's series, sustained In Jurlflrt In an automobllu accident Oc tober 2fi. which may permanently erlpplo his pitching arm, It boramo known today, when ho sued Mtm Mildred Taylor In Queens county su preme ooutt for J 50,000 damages. The hull player nlleges hi wifo Is still suffering from Injuries ho sus tained In the accident. Tho defend ant Is a daughter of Jamea 11. Tny- KANHAH CITY, Mo., Deo. lb. Iom to credltotn ss a rciult of tho failure of Houston, Fllil & Co. will not exceed $200,000 In tho opinion of .ludgo Thomas If. floynolds, re ceiver of the concern horo today. Judgo Hoynolds stated that pre lluilnnry surveys show assets of tho concern total tS."00,000 whllo lte liabilities arc approximately $5,700, 000. The concern will be able to pay at leust SO per cent of all liabilities It Is bolleved. Grave concern was felt hore to day for the health of -Mr. Flblo who Is tald to ha suffering from severe shock ilm ti tesult of tho ctash. Audit of tho books was begun thin morning. A Inuring had been ordered for Docombcr 29 when all creditors may appear In connection with u petition for a credit bill filed by A. U Uogan, Ponca City, Okla. Further details of tho failure of tho firm are expected to come to light with tho arrival hero today or tomorrow of William It. Hounton. from New York. Mr. Houston Is Chicago hoard of trade, nnd T. U. Cunningham, manager of Harris, Wllithrop & Co., a firm through Which Houston, I'lblo Co. trann acted most of Its New York bust-ners. clal circles hero tonight forec ast lho C0!,t of Uvlnc llriuldatlun and r0ionlng by Hous ton, Plblo ft Co. In its original oi-ganiatloii. putting a premium on Idleness which would tend to breed anarchy and discontent. In addition, ho assert ed, the result Was difficulty for the farmer nnd tho home builder In bor rowing money, and an Increase In penter and Milt Combes, made the trip by automobile. FORM HOSPITALITY BODY I TOURIST PARK Claicmoiv Cagcrs lift llusy, 5jifctal to The World. CliAHKMOltK. Die. lfl. With four full teams reporting dally to Coach Malum, thoro Is every Indica tion that the Claremoro high school will havu a fast basketball quintet thlrt season. A heavy schedulo Is being arranged. Already VInitn, Chelicn, Ijartlesvllle, Nowata, Tulsa and AVagonor havo bson signed for gam e.i. There are on an avcrnge of 250 conventions and exhibitions in Phila delphla every year. Automobile Club and Mem Iter of Clle Organisation to Confer. A tourist park for Tulsa will bo the subject of planning by the park bourd, and tourist park committees of tho Automobile club ot Oklaho ma, tho West Tulsa Dullness .Men's assooiatlon and tho Chamber of Commerce at a conference next Tuesday evening. A request that the park board permit the use of Howard park In West Tulsa for tourist park purposes will bo made. If the park board consents, other preparations for building tho tour Junior ChanilKT Orgimlxofl New Committee at Meeting Tuesday. 1 The junior Chamber of Commcrco Vi". .,.,,-r. believes that hospitality has a lot to;gJJ rLANNCU ! do with bringing new industry to.Ss Tulsa. To encourage newcomers tol locate hero, to render them any uerv. Sickens Has Kdgo on Jinlton 1 SAN ANTONIO, Texas. Dee j'a Brooks Slovens ot San Ant .nl had a shade tho bettor ot clever Dalton of Dallas In a fat I0-roui5 bout, lioth having a knocltdr,,n I his credit. They aro ban'atns. Ice It can and to compile data asif to what Inducement Tulsa has to!a nffor to out-of-town firms and In-1 dlvldunls, the organization at its g weekly meeting yesterday voted to 1 havo a permanent Industrlal-hospl- tullty committee. On tho committee, named by l'res-; E2j Idont Phil Kramer, aro li. K. Craln of the Central National bank, chair-I man: John II. Kramer, insurance man, and W. D. Tlerncy, of tho i 3 Tlerney .Furniture company. The!j commltteo was organized yesterday ' r, DOLL Furniture All Kinds .110 South Mnln 1st camp nro sufficiently advanced ' and will begin functioning Imme- 111 lor, New York idoelc broker Her I expected to slop over In Chicago to carelewuiesH as a driver caused the day to confer with officials of the accident. McQuillan charges. Chicago cotton exclmngo and tho INVITATION TO 7 MORE 'REBELS' SHOT IN IRELAND BY FREE STATERS CONTINUED VltOM PAOK ONH adopted a lenient attitude toward women ftffendors. Train wrecking, tearing up of railway tracks and tho blowing up of bridges him been practice! n 11 largo scalo by republican sympa thizers In Ireland since the irregu lar.! begun their operation!. This has badly disorganized tho railway system and hurt trade, dinpatchen frequently telling of communication between Dublin nnd lielfnxt or bo twonn other Important points In I Children of Tulsa Sg Under 10 Y ears of Ace 2 rree Lhrismas Iree 1 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. 1 1 Saturday, Dec. 23rd & , & 1 Greenlease-Moore I Cadillac Co. 1 Twelfth at Main S I 1 Tho child luvor law, which has affected approximately 2R0.00O boys nnd girls, lion been declared by the United States supreme court to bo unconstitutional. Young Fellows Like These Low Shoea With Wool Sox Not the just ordinary kind - of Brogues, but real "Young Fellows Brogues." Brown nnd tan grain leathers, wide, flat nib ber heels. All solid leather construction. Priced Special for Christmas Stile SJ.OO the pnir Wool Sox to go with them at 50c, 75c, $1 and Up Defy the Cold in These Warm Overcoats Let the winds hlow and the snow come, you'll he warm in any one of these new overcoats in this great stock. The finest pro ductions of Hickey-Freeman, Stratford and the few others who can make the sort of fine overcoats we demand. Big, warm, shaggy ulsters, town ulsters, dress coats, motor coats and every other sort of coat. Plaid hacks, plain hacks, half or full helters; storm collars, velvet collars, self collars. Ilich new grays, heathers, greens, hrowns, tans, blacks, mix tures. It's a treat just to see them. And a privilege to wear them. Any price. $30 $35 $40 $45 to $75 M- wii Jpf Vay Rroiliers Jut 4 More Shopping Days One of Our Gift Certificates Will solve many a gift problem. Issued for any amount; he chooses what he likes and likes what he chooses. No Shortage of Fine Gifts Here I! 1 1 1 1 1 1 S 1 1 1 fl I U a o i! a I i i i i! 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 fl 1 1 1 1 1 fl fl 11 fl fl 1 1! fl fl fl 1! fl fl fl i! i! B 1 I! 1! fl fl B Exclusive But Not Expensive 319-321 South Main JrriiririrJrJrr Open Every Evening Until Christmas Men's Wool Bathrobes Silk House Coats Wool Smoking Jackets Now Reduced 20 to 30 About this time lots of stores will be running short of the most desirable items for men's gifts. Noth ing like that here; we've prepared for the great est Christmas in years. You'll find selection just as complete and satisfactory as you could wish for. Scores of articles that all men like that will make ideal Christmas gifts. But time is getting sort; better choose today. SWEATERS Jumbo and Shaker Knit coat or pull-over style all colors $8.50 to $12.50 FANCY BELT , BUCKLES plated or sterling $1 to $6 POKER SETS in handsome cases $2.50 tb $18 LOUNGING ROBES of the finest silks $27.50 and Up BLANKET BATHROBES $4.95 to $14.75 CORDUROY ROBES with contrasting trimmings $10 HOUSE COATS of silk or wool $7.50 to $45 HOUSE SLIPPERS $3.50 to $6.50 SILK HOSE and garters to match in box a r INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS 3 in box 75c to $3.75 BELT AND BUCKLE SETS $1.50 Shaving Stands Bill Folds Umbrellas Canes Fur Caps Fur Collars KNIT JACKETS in heather shades $6 to $8.50 SILK PAJAMAS all colors $5 to $15 SHIRTS of imported white broadcloth $4.95 SILK KNIT NECKWEAR Cathedral Weaves all colors 95c up CUFF LINKS a great assortment 50c to $5 MUFFLERS silk or wooi $4.50 to $12.50 GLOVES for dress and driving plain or fur lined $2.65 to $15 MANHATTAN SHIRTS $2.50 to $7.50 Watch Chains Jewelry Full Dress or Tuxedo Vests FASHION KNIT SILK NECKWEAR the very finest $2.50 to $3.50 TRAVELING SETS in leather cases $6 to $25 MILITARY BRUSH SETS in leather cajea $2.50 Up Tttlsa Oklahoma City Muskogee llartlesrille Collar Bags 115 So. 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