Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 110, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 21, 1921 Page: 3 of 4
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Treaty Foes Point to Differ-
ence as Argument Against
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21.—(U. P.I
—President Harding will be urged
by republican senators to approve
a reservation to the four-power Pa-
cific treaty making it clear that the
United States is not bound by the
pact to safeguard the territorial in-
tegrity of J a pa*.
There were Intimations today In
administration circles in the senate
that Harding might himself suggest
that reservation when he submits
the treaty and thus iron out the dif-
ficulty caused by his difference of
opinion with the American delega-
tion on this point.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21.—(By U.
P.)—Ratification of tbo four-power
treaty became seriously endangered
today with official disclosure of the
fact that President Harding is at
odds with Secretary Hughes and
other armament delegates over the
meaning of the pact.
Hughes and other conference dele-
gates have agreed that the treaty in-
cludes Japan proper in the territory
which the four signatories agree to
Harding flatly disagreed with this
view, holding that only Island pos-
sessions of the powers are meant.
But he announced officially that he
Especially around the Christmas
holidays shoplifting seems to be a
popular vocation. The phrase, "Do
your shopping early" has been
chang to, "Do your shoplifting early"
by some. Clever schemes are em-
ployed by the professionals. Photo
shows one method which has been
worked. The shoplifter has one
hand on the counter and another un-
der tho coat, which she uses in pick-
ing up articles and sliding them into
her pocket, while her artificial hand
is resting on the counter.
NOT BUY RAG
NEW YORK, Dec. 21— (By U.
-John McGraw did not buy tho
is willing to let the Hughes construe-1,921 Nationul league pennant for the
tion stand for official purposes.
Furthermore, he announced he will
not permit his difference with Mr.
Hughes over the meaning of the
treaty to embarrass the conference
or ratification in the senate.
Indications at tho White House,
however, are that Harding will re-
frain from any activity tending to
force an agreement in the senate.
Hostile senators led by Borah de-
clared the situation showed without
argument why the treaty should be
rejected. If government officials
here can not agree on its interpre-
tation, foreign powers might reason
New York Giants when he turned
over $150,000 In cash and players for
Wise baseball men, Including near-
ly every major league manager,
doubt that it was a good deal for the
Giants, while agreeing that it was a
smart move by Garry Herrmann.
Today the Giants do not look as
good for the pennant as they did this
time last fall, when most of the
critics picked them to be the 1921
Groh will not strengthen the team
where It needs strength and he was
Disarmament Won't Be Ac-
complished Until All Na-
HAVRE, Dec. SI—(U. P.)—France
must have submarines. Rene Viviani,
French delegate to the Washington
arms conference, declared upon his
arrival here today aboard the
French liner Paris from New York.
"Our colonial interests make it
imperative that we hold under-sea
craft," Viviani said.
"Do you consider the 350,000 cap-
ital ship tonnage first demanded by
Admiral LeBon In Washington, ex-
cessive," he was asked. 'The figure
has been brought down to a scale
which seems unreasonable," be said.
He waB asked if he considered the
present conference as being of a
preliminary nature. "I do not think
disarmament will be accomplished
until all nations have collaborted,"
ON TRIAL FOR
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 21.—
(By U. P.)—Dormie, arrogant
airedale, went to trial today be-
fore a jury on the charge of cat-
slaughter resulting from the
death of "Sunbeam" and twelve
An alibi will be the defense.
Dormie issued a long statement
when the trial started denying
dogmatically and categorically
all of the charges against him.
Many friends and relatives
were in attendance.
As a character witness today,
they brought forth Rowdy,
brother of Laddie. President
Harding's dog. Rowdy was the
personal bodyguard of Mary Ann,
Persian cat, for months, they
claimed, and when "Mary Ann"
died from entirely natural
causes, he fasted eight days in
The trial opened before a jury
In Police Judge Lile T. Jack's
Oklahoma Leader Want Ad
Rates and Information
There will be uo toral rntllr man
ket Sulurdaj, on account of I'hrlat*
niu*. There will i r murhft
u*ual, Mondu), Dereinber -«•
('ultra . -1'®
Mid-week seaarou of the local cattle
market continued active and ateady.
Eteers mude up the bulk of the aupply.
Early top waa 16.25 Bulk, 15.75 6-10.
Butcher market about ateady. A few
cows and heifers. aelliiiK above ft Hulk,
medium to gOOdi butilu-rs. $3 to f3.76.
Cannern and cutters. #1.25 to Calf
market alow, bulk jfolng direct to pack-
ers Stockera and feeders alow.
Good to choice baby beef....9 6.75 7 2#
Good to choice corn fed....* 6.26fc> 6.75
Medium to good grain fed... 6-50<B> 6.16
Medium to i;est grass
Caked on grawa
Plain to medium grousers.
COWS AND HEIFERS—
Ileal fed cowa
Med. to good bjtcher cows .
Baby Beef hei<Vrs
Medium to goou heifers ....
Pair to nudium hetfera ...
Plain to med. grtaa cows...
I.HAIX ABVANCK8. | WHOI.l.S\l L PKOIHTK
CHICAGO. Dec. . l —Grain prices made 1 coined by Wright Produce Co.
sharp advances lure today when buying springs ♦ 15 C.
aui'iNirt for the market, dormant for aev- Hooateta. >oung ui.d old .07
*r..i days, entered when offerings were U«ua 16
scant. News of Increased «\poit orders ouinca* you:.g and old -i* I ••
and a general reaction from the low 1 No 1 hen turkey*. 7 iba. and up. L8
market of several days standing were | No. 1 tom turkeys. 11 Iba and up.. 2# \ir
till I UN
NEW Y0HK COTTON
>1 AI.K tit LP ttAM'KD
Wily dUuurd uk'ii raaor biadea wti«u
the ittfiiable Cutlery thai i*nuig Co.,
S0 - North Itobmsoi-. makes them better
than uew at Hoc and Sac per dozen.
ably be expected to entertain doubts acquired at the cost of George Durns,
as to what It meant. Borah pointed"hone departure was ottterly re-
ollt [sented and criticised by the New
The Giants have Groh. and Frisch
must move over to first base, a shift
that forces Johnny Rawlangs to the
bench. After watching the brilliant
work of little Rawlings in the world
series and auring the pennant race,
it is doubtful if the Giant infield
will bo any stronger.
Frisch can play third base just
as good as Groh and tho
4.0UU 4 76
4 50(9 6 :1
| |t| I 111
2.00© 2 60
the contributing factors in today's move-
I'rovisiona were higher.
December wheat opened at |l.08%. oft
c, and cloeed 3c higher. May opened
at ft.141*;. and waa up 1%C at the close.
July opened off He at $1,034, and closed
December corn waa off He at 46 %c.
the opening and advanced l%c later.
May opened unchanged ai 63c. and later
I>sc. July opened off %c and closed
cember oats opened at 32 %c. un-
changed. and closed up V-. May was
oft V' at the opening of 38c. and clotted
up '\«c. July opened off He at 38 %c
and closed %c higher.
Canners anfl low gutters 1.26(9 2.01 ;
Good to choice bu'ls
Med. to good butcher bulls..
Good to choice veals
lo good light
Goou to choice heavy calvee.
Common to fair calves *.00© 3-6(1
STOCKERS AND 1'EEDERS—
Feeders, boo to 800 lbs 4.604* 5 06
Good 600-700-lb Blockers.... 860% 4.21
Beat whlteface yearlings.... 4.!>i ® 5 00
Med. to good yearlings 3.uU'u 4.25
Common to plain yearling*.. 2.5o^ J
Good to choice slock heiters 3.00 W
Choicc stock calves 4.oui9 *-6i
Plain itock calvee - 2.l u<u 16®
Yuung slock cows, light 3.6041 3.04
Aged sloe* cowa 3.00i9 * 5«
Medium to good sunk bulls
Hog market active, largely 15 cents
higher today. Shipper lop $7.10, IJec
while best going to puckers waa |7.00. •'y
Hulk eold |ii.:io and^up. Blockers around | J iy
Heat butcher, 200-300 lba
Plain to good butcher..
Plain to medium heavy.
liood slock hogs
Throwoula and roughs
| No. 3 yeljow
No. 4 yellow .
No. 6 yellow
I No. 1 mixed .
. .45 (9.454
4i> 0 M*
. .43H« 44
Freah eggts. nei
Packing stock butler. g«n>d sweet
No 1 •KiivtreU Ofclano*ia City
via sapless !•
freon creamery butter. t o lb. tubs.. 4*
l«KAI.N AMI I l.hlt
Hetail prices for grtUu uitd feed in Ok
Chicken teed. cwt..
Short*, tier cwi ....
Corn, chops, cwt...
Shelled corn, cwt...
Uala per cwt i.oww i.bu .
LllMMSUd IIIMi. cwt.
Kalir. per cwt l.-b
Prices tor buy and straw in Oklahoma
No. 1 Alfalfa iluy. ton 17 in
No. i l'rairie iluy. ton. It'00
No. 1 AltoJla Hay. ion 14.U0
G. S. hides, short hair I .04
U. S. hides, loug hair .01
U. b hiuea grubby
. .. !>" u 2 50
... 1 15
... 1 604J l.bu
lar, up 8 lo off 2
High l*'w Close
lb S5 18.2:i 18.5H
1M 18.99 18.'.' |
18.29 17.94 HU S
17.84 17.6«; 17.69
iT.ti IT.lt r; •. 1
16.62 16.40 16.50
It; MA IK UfcU' H A.v Ki).
WANTED- Young lady lo learn lo play
In Hawaiian troup* ; le4Mw>nn Hitd in-
structions free. J. w.. care of Leader.
NEW ORLLrthiS COTTON
Mi l AII0>S « tM'hU—MAI.E
bl'lt ATlON mauled by expert vuicuu-
'ser, eigiit years experience In bo h
■hop and factory. bl'J North Dickiord.
El Ktno. oitla.
1 1 losed steady.
17 J# 1741
COM 1'LUTE hue ui ruuuiit lypewiiiersa
pi iced tow for citeU. Dow ling u Co..
' 1 ■ ' Inc.. Woodstock diAtrtbulora, 205 Wu(*
17.15 17..1 stcoud fclrect. Maple tiioU.
17.17 17 ;ir. i
16.08 16.95 16.9S
UNITED LOAN CO.
nd chattel loans. 116'j
Uroadway. Maple 78!>.
(iENTLEMAN authen to tnrreapond wlii
.1 t.'iiriBiiau lady, between 'he uge ><f
".* and 30 years, object matrimony. E.
W.. care of Leader.
1 "M. W.
nerd ilellvery mall namn
'4; .' :/, «><■ u *>■ li"".". •
. . " llrMHli fttlil.-l.
i.nut 1:1 So- 1
1 7b N°- 8
I No. t white
(.500 7.50 ! No- 6 ,h".
6.00 W 0 60 OATS—
t.ooo 4 a -s> 3
No. 4 white
.44 4 4/ 45Vi
.33 '4 U 35
WHEAT — Open High Low Clo e
Dec 91.om 91.11Vi 91*09U 91 im
1.14H 1.16H 1-13-S 1.16H
$ C,!h-1 7 ' 'i J:i,i
6 854^ 6.9o 1
GETS CHRISTENING l
Receipts 3,000; strong.
Stockers • •
■ I Calves
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21,-Tbc j 6000; otronB
Roma, queen of America's dirigible HUlk of aalet.
fleet, arrived here safely today from Heavy
I angley field, Virginia, to be Christ- iJjlie<|ll"rn 8locker
! l'igs .
The big craft landed at Boiling sheep—
KANSAS CITY URAIN
..$5.00© 9.75 WHEAT—Unchanged.
.. 4.25 W 5.75 [No. 2 hard
.. 2.0041 b.oo'No. 3 hard
No. P, 1
... 91.06ft! 1.16
... 1.0S " 1 19
... 1.100 i n
Ureeti lodes ...
Dry salt hides "-U' 05
It ROOM CO UN.
(Revised by Trader* Wi rehouse and
Oklahoma Dwarf, self-working—
....9 "1 "-3
field here at
10:30 o'clock and i Receipts 3.000; strong. 25c uPn
6.66© 6.90 No. 3 mixed
ti 4" <1 6.80 -N'°- 2 white
6.6( 4|) 6 90 :s'" - yellow
6.70© 7.001 OATS--Unchanged.
6.50© 7.25 2 White
Fog Oklahoma City and \ icmlt>
Cloudy and unsettled weather tonight
and Thursday. Somewhat warmer on
Thursday. Minimum temperature to-
night 20 to 28 degreeH
I'or Oklahoma-Tonight ;*n l Tlnn >
parity cloudy to cloudy weather; wunc
what warmer Thursday.
8hlppere l«Y>recaet:— Shipmenth "t per-
ishable products Hhould be prepared i'-t
temperatures of 18 to 24 degrees In tin
northern end 24 to 32 degrees in tIn
southern portions of Oklahoma tonight.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
CARS ARE DERAILED
CLARKSBURG, V. Va„ Dec. 21.—
Four coaobei of Baltimore uni) Ohio
train No. 3. New York to St. l.oulx.
went Into the ditch at Independence,
thirty miles eiiHt of here, today when
the train hft a brolten rail.
None were Injured.
! NEW YORK. l>ee. 21.—Demand Sterl-
ing oi>ened to<iay at $4.21; francs,
.OS04' ; lire, .0458; marks. .006IH.
Indiana, famous for her production
;. f fine bulldlnt; htone. lia* twenty-
three counties with working quarrlee
WATCIIKS. JF.WKM1Y, KTC.
Wi: tiUY uLli GOLD.
SILVIO It AND DIAMONDS
MORUHOUS JEWULRV CO. '
325 North Uroadway.
SPECIAL. ATTENTION GIVEN TO
FINE WATCH REPAIRING.
U.KAMM. AND DlEtfU
ILjEAD CUEANERb — Walnut 6JHJ.
MEN'S SUIT CLEANED A N D
j l'RESSED. $1.00 We employ experi
'•leaners, dyers, hatters; a<*cordian pi eat-
' Ing, alterations, rellriing and dressmak-
i lug. Mail orders given prompt Htten-
m. n. Satisfaction guaranteed. 208 W.
I I' irst slroet, Oklahoi .u City.
FOUR rcK tn modern cottage; good
home; garage; near car. $30.00. 708
FURNISHED IIOI SES AND
U UtTMI NTS I OU KENT.
= Orders Executed in §
1 10 Hales mid upwards |
1 COTTON \
s Ask for FRRE Booklet h
§ "How to Trade in Cotton" = llarri u"- w^nut 111137,
I ja'y SUGARMAN^^CO l . n H!il8HKU BOOMS Kilt KKNT
I 19 Beaver St., New York |!
t.M l li.MSUtK HOLSfcS AJfD
APAHTMBNTS 108 HI NT
HOUbE I'OR HUNT—Good 2-rooni
houae; not modern; $i;> i>er montii;
1000 East Urd. lnijuiro 1512 East 3rd.
EIGHT ROOM House; modern; plenty
cluHets and conveniently annnge«l for
sub renting 12b Kum 8th; $70 monrh.
Write E. S . care of Oklahoma Leader.
l*i> it SALE—Six rooms of
reasonable if taken at ouoe;
j Til REE private furnished rooms; mod-
adults, $6.50. 708 North Lottie.
Bill Cunningham, Ed Brown and
Shlnners, a rookie, to take the place
of Burns In centerfleld. And that is
going to be some job to ask of any-
Vanderlip Alleges Nation Has
Twice Pre-War Floating
Debt, Then Large.
By Federated Press.
NEW YORK, Dec. 31.—"The great-
eat financial juggler in tho world
today Is France," said Frank A. Van-
derlip. retired New York banker,
who recently returned from several
months' spent abroad studying
world conditions. The statement
was made at a luncbcon of the
Bond Club of New York. I CHicAGO, Dec. 21.—(By U. P.)—
"The French Finance Minister, jjjarrv Heilmann, Detroit outfielder,
Vanderlip continued, "must keep in
the air 65 billion francs of hort tin« for 1921, according to official
terra debts, and not only juggle recor(js announced today. He hatl
shortly thereafter was chrlstbned by j£wefJ '
•'ordham | Miss Fonrose Wainwright, daughter stoekers
flash cannot be a whole lot better j of the assistant secretary of war, In j Wethers
than Rawlings at second. ; the presence of many distinguished :
McGraw will have to depend upon officials and Italian arms delegate.*. :
KANSAS CITY FUTURES
AIRPLANES FAIL TO FIND
WHEAT —Open High
Dec $ $
May 1.07 1.09
July 98 1.00%
Dec 40t; .4114
1-06 Vi 1.09
an averago of .394 in 149 ganifes.
Just five points separated
Tiger slugger and Manager Ty Cobb, j
who finished second with an average
Babe Ruth, aided by his 59 home
runs, a new world's record, batted
.37H for tho season, while Sisler of
these, but also much reach down
every few months and pick up an-
other billion—because France is un-
der pledge to spent! in the next
three years 60 billion francs moro
and she has not been able to raise
taxes to a point that will meet that
expenditure and she is disappointed
and is almost certain to be still j st i^ouis, was fourth with
more disappointed in her indemnity niark.
Prance, the financier declared, now
has twico the floating debt she had
at the outbreak of the war, and her
debt then was one of tho largest, per
capita, in tho world.
"She has a rather clever way of
'balancing* a budget," he said. "She
finds out what her income is and
then she cuts off from her expendi-
tures an amount equal to that In-
come and calls that tho ordinary
budget and it balances. Everything
that is left over is called the 'ex-
traordinary budget' and does not
have to be taken into account."
While his hearers were attempting
to digest these facts. Mr. Vanderlip
brought them bolt upright In their
seats with the flat charge that Amer-
ica was directly responsible for tho
food riot in Austria in which the
Bristol Hotel was sacked and tho
luxury stores attacked.
Hulk of salen
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas, Dec. 21.!ij?hT w<=7iW".!i■
—Two airplanes carrying four army ].lght lights
flyers, today continued the search in Heavy packing
the bay here for the bodies of Lloyd J packing sows rough......
Jones, 15, and John Hlckey, 16, sup- i caTt'lE—
posed to have been drowned during! Keeeipts 5.000: steady.
a squall on the bay Saturday. : choice and prim«
A two-hour search over the bay -Medium and good
j topped American League tatat- yesterday failcd to disclose the bodies ^™dm "d'Choi. t-
of the two boys. |Common and medium ...
At intervals during the day, par- Butcher catile and heifers
ties of fishermen dragged portions of
the bay with seines without results. LanSer and'cutters cows •
| Canner ateers
. f..7U@ 7.05 i "ATS—
. li.75(U) fi-91) 1>r
. 6.85© 7.00 I May
■ >•£'; l OKLAHOMA CITY GRAIN
.86>4 .36*i .3fP.. '
nill', ' I Pr,CM to farr*,er* on wagon grain
i.OlHi) i . •> . qUOte(j oy Garrison Milling Co.:
I Wheat. No 1. per bu.ihel $ 85
! Wheat. No. 2. i>er bushel 82
I ti.2.>'f 10.25 Wheat, No 3, per bushel 79
fi.no'ff ; 7f. Kafir, per hundred pounds..., .76
r. 2."1 'ft1 «i."" Oats, per bushel ,30
7.754$ 10.50 Mixed corn, per bushel 85
ROBBER SOUGHT ^
. PAWHUSKA, Okla., Dec. 21.—
Posses today searched the Osage hills
An average of .362 landed Tris for the lone bandit who yesterday
Speaker of Cleveland in firth place, afternoon held up the State Bank of
These men are ranked on the basis | Nelagony, locked the cashier in the Icuil to common
of the greatest number of games vault and escaped on horseback with j
Receipts 7,000; steady.
Lambs, cull and mutton .
Yearling wethers ......
1.60 | . 51
Today In Congress
Continues consideration of Kenyon
bill to put a farmer on federal re-
Senator Kenyon cxpected to speak
on Newberry case.
Incvstigation of charges of Senator
"Watson that soldiers were hanged
without trial in France continues.
Tariff hearings continue before
HOI SI :
Plans consideration of bill for
sending surplus army medical sup-
plies to Russia.
! $3,000 In currency.
J The bandit was masked.
MASKED MEN GET
VAMPS ASK VINDICATION
HIS BEST AGAIN
NEW YORK, Dec. 21.—(By U. P.)
Harry Fvazee has" the reputation of | SALLISAW, Okla., Dec. 21.—Posses
being the champion seller of baseball ! today continued to search for two
and he is Mving up to it. masked men who yesterday held up
Annually as a matter of habit„ the the cashier of the Farmer's State
owner of Boston Red Sox sells his I bank at Gore and escaped with $2,000
club of stars. j in currency.
His 1021 act is the champion move , The bandits are believed to have
for with one sweep he gets rid oi laken refuge In the nearby hills.
Everett Scott, the greatest fielding j
shortstop in the game, and the star ESCAPED STATE
While core, per bushel .36
V ictory 3^is .
$ 9.1 30
. 9f> fifi
. 96 38
. 95 94
< hine.se joss-paper and joss-sticks,
used by the Chinese for sacrifices at
religious and family celebrations,
arc produced of bamboo.
The Human Bowel
A homely subject, but important and practical. Vital to kings
(and queens, tool as well as serfs. 11 i >r 1 j . low, rich and poor, all
trottinn around with '.12 feet of bowel, tliu last 1- oi which is a
useless burden, the home of bacteria which constantly memve our
health and liven, yet at the same time pi < s i \in- them. One attack
of appendicitis or general peritonitis will illustrate this for you.
No other argument needed.
Between the large bowel and the small 's a puckering string
(the illocecal valvei which Is supposed to < lose automatically, like
the back-door oi a Sunday saloon, allowing no bacteria to enter
the. absorbing portion or the digestive tract the small Intestine.
But. alas and alack! many people have piitr.-feet.lon point? on con-
stantly. where the ptomaines are absorbed with whatever food is
digested, all the time slowly poisonin themsel. i s .jusi the same as
if they ato tainted meat. They h;t\< ache.- andp ains. here and
there, stiff joints, lam- backs, beadaclut. neuralgias of the lace,
ribs lejjK and hips. Some have skin eruptions .itehin* and twitch
ings—all these and many more symptoms arising from auto-toxemia.
We have an almost sure evidence of this condition in the urine.
If this reaction occurs, other causes excluded, we know positively
that the bugs are in the wrong place. Now . >••- I. . es prayers,
diet or any other "drugless cure" won't help ih< ; < a • The .small
bowel must he cleaned out, cleaned up and iho Iwcti n.i killed ofl,
or the patient will so.rner or later land in the scrap heap.
Now Antl-Toxis is the remedy for this bowel condition -Auto-
intoxication. It is a remedy that has been piepared with a view
to correcting this putrefactive condition of the bowels by oil'* of
the most eminent men In the medical profession 11. has used it
for many years with most wonderful success. Try it. Per bottle
of 12 ounces, $1.60.
Co-Operativc Distributing Co.
YORK—Vivid visions of
vamps vied for vindication In tin
city council chamber wln'ti Alder [§
man McGuinnesa introduced a reao- =
lution to prohibit women smoking in |
BOOZE IN OIL DRUMS
DRESS SUITS FOR COPS |
CHICAGO. Chicago policemen %
wound up their brass buttoned coat- 3
and blue trousers today. They cot ||
measured for dress suits they will j|
wear N<-w Year's eve to arrest liquor g
P0NCA8 (iO INTO CAMP. |
PONCA CITY, Okla.. Dec. 21 -Si * 5
-I hundred Ponca Indians have pone ^
M'ALESTEH, Okla.. Dec. 21.—A ! into camp two miles south of here |j
sheriff's posse today scoured central 1 \a preparation for their annual cele- =
Oklahoma in search of John Weems, t,ration of the holidays. NV'irhborin:' %
rr\n A A C A /lire convict, who. while working outside tribes of Omahas, Siouv Cheyennos j
tUK A. A. uAiritiJ ho state penitentiary here late yes- and Kiowas are expected to Bwell =
terday, jumped into a passing auto- this number to over one thousand =
mobile and forced the chauffeur to t,y tho end of the week. Dance: =
endurance of baseball; Stuffy Mc-
Innis, the greatest fielding first base-
man In the game and his two star j
FEATURED AT ES
NEW YORK. — Revenuers
some gents on an oil tanker "pretty j
well oiled up." They sniffed the aii Salmon,
and followed noses to 27,500 gallon ?:aid to 1"
hidden In oil drums. I sleep.
CHICAGO, Dec. 21.—(By U. P.)—
Feature dates for the American as-
sociation baseball teams were listed
today as follows:
Opening dates: Milwaukee at Col-
umbus; Kansas City at Toledo; Min-
neapolis at Indianapolis, and St. Paul
The initial games of the year will
be played on the same date as the
majors. April 12. The season will
run 168 games, closing October 3.
Sentiment indicates that most of
the magnates favor a $2,000 draft in-
saw | stead of $5,000 asked by the majors.
pike and goldfish are
the only fish that never
drive him to checotah, where he is
believed to have boarded a train.
DO LAWMAKERS DRINK?
PEORIA. III.—Police surrounded
the home of Congressman Clifford
Ireland and arrested two men as
they were carrying forty gallons of
hich will continue to near the end p
of the year, are to be the major part |
of the ceremonies.
A New Englander, who is a hypo- e
chondriac and devotes much of his ||
time in looking forward "to the end =
was in a particularly depressed mood =
wine from the cellar. Ireland voted lone day. when he said to his wife: ; =
for the Eighteenth amendment; "When I am gone, dear, and that ~
"Joke," he said, in Washington. 1 inuRt be soon, you must marry again. =
It is my wish."
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Dec. 21.—(By ' "No. Henry," observed the wife, g
U. P.)—Daylight bandits today j "no one will marry an old woman |
robbed the Hurst Ix>an company on , like me. You ought to have died ten ! =
East Eighteenth street and escaped j years ago for that.' Philadelphia 15
with $2,600 after tieing a clerk. I Public Ledger.
Buy Your Toys and
Gifts in the Evening
For the accommodation of those who desire to avoid the crowd and
are unable to shop during the day, this store will remain open tverj
evening this week until f).
We have one of the most complete lines of toys in the city; also i 1
kinds of gifts for the grown-ups, including ivory facts of many defat'i.p-
We have a beautiful line of Boys' Overcoats (all wool) ■|:'1 i-1 to R;
special $4.85. Chinchillas, same ages, $6.50. Another line ull-uool Boy.,
Coats, ages 9 to 17 at $6.95 and
We also carry a nice line of Coats and Suits for men and v.onifii.
= nt; I LAV 11 u lull line ot used tire.-,
= l riccH will suit you. Cuine by and b««*
= ihcm. 4>j4 Weal ^«.eoud.
iVl. -i to 75 PEK CENT.
) PARTS CO., 220 N. liDW'T.
HOIt.M.S, I V I I l.h, I IT.
\K l& A.*i> ti UK ti
iinwe i «
dU do for f«nc«
Open Every Evening
This W eek Until 9
^■y^ctcic/a/f 's ■,
Open Every Evening
This Week 1'ntil 9
•Mini w o i I'Oi i 'IN
38 WITT OS MO
UOOMvS imil KOAHl iOH KKNT
'i'ilE Oiiiu — New utuiiuKeiitctiL; rouuia
with board, icaboiiuUo. Wuiiiat
11* Harrison. Union nuuae.
IllSLN i;S8 Ort'OttTUNJTIKH
JjALAj—tfargt&iii, iiu«U'J> nuw, tumti
luunary doing tood biuiiuua«. ua
work forenoon any we*a -.lay. Weat
Hickory atreet, i'ackingiown.
l-'OU SAEE OU TRADE — Entire stock
for iio.ijataL 400 South Rut>tii«ou.
1 HAVE a complete butcher outfit; will
aell for caah or cxdiango for a first
daaa ear; value ?600. J. K. Reed, Ho*
12ii, Bradley, <Jkla.
MUstLl.L.tNKOIJS FOH MLE OH
luxiJ. io us., J loot wail tom
1-xH, io os.( - toot wall uu)i >iti.uw
16x10. 1G o/... 7 foot army tent *40.041
R. L>. Steele, Weat California.
P0LLTU1 AMI PKTM
i uiiL.iiiO!.U Wmi« Wyonuotlo u/u-
cjcia from brtu lo lay atruiu. Mia. ti.
bu. idovs. ij-4 Weat (Jraud avenue.
ALIUS, YKHULKS AM)
ALU NOW ON AT SACRIFICE
b 0 NORTH BROADWAT.
CATE1U ILLER TIRES
Tiro I'rotcctor, save your Urea;
niltw guaranteed; second hand tire
i br information call
.-nuth Robinson or Maple 2U*L
A 1 mulea, -
clioii In Cleveland
lu'iK ume, low in-
A. uaeraou, tt. i .
utne house, built five yeai*
baaeuicut, can be utcd aa
cpruitf water, aifloii oarn.
jUlii <--* i>; about half the
A car loud now at Arkansas City. Kan.
=• ii is the i cctar of clover flowers trom
= U e viUleys ot the ia>cky Mountains, f-,
i-: o I-. Arkan.-w.s City, case of two to-.
HHi: I cans. Parcel pust, lt^
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Ameringer, Oscar & Hogan, Dan. Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 110, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 21, 1921, newspaper, December 21, 1921; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109626/m1/3/: accessed June 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.