The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 73, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 10, 1919 Page: 3 of 16
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TULSA DAILY WOKT J) WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10 1919 '
fHREE MEN WILL
ENFORCE UKYAU l
rohibition Officers for
Oklahoma Not to Em-
AY IS $2000 A YEAR
Loline Producers Want a
Method 01 nxm
.r flit.' t'n Iur'J '
Vn "hshK-n officer of Okla-
J!b; iV.vc a force of only threo
T men " aid "'"rce-
'Jlr " ' ' in Oklahoma. It be
IV.ay. These men will
' . in-I"--torH and will r-
..! by Internal Heve-
i PF 1 ' . i ...1 Itnth'a rec-
CoiiiTH.r I. "I -
fliT MAV NMK
If u iqlllMIT'iN. Dec. The
a. u roiiii" ..ii
tv Hi'' mhl-conwnani o..
' .tot I" Induce th.t In-
Lil If"'"" niliraii i -r
i"" . tins incoiiiri
'fX"'-"' gaa. left for hom
' . . .. .u.. il.rlr report. (!iril
M" " i.' mtttrc said mat
"" -niuelv satlsfac
"''.'.".hit rmirrssjons wrrt mad
hnrea i I" thejtaajnen.
Loads" after business
( state briefs) SEEKING COW THIEVES
TEACHERS POORLY PAID
NEltACMJNT. lo. Oonntruc-
tlon work on the ottw First Stale
bunlc building' hero ha begun. It
will b completed Jnuury 1 ni'iu
BlOHKAItT. Dec. t The cam-
merclal club recently organized. 1
at work boosting thlH rlty and Hugo
county. J. It. McCoy is tritipuraxy
OKMUUIEK lire. J. N I ( h t
prowler are not to be tolerated Any
longer and Chief of I'ollco Dirk KajT
haa ordered the arrest of all persona
found on tba etrert after midnight.
CLEVELAND Dec. 9 C. It.
Khlffler city HuperlntcnDi'iit of
srhoole laHho flrat school teacher In
Oklahoma to bo admitted to the bar
by the supreme court. Ho also enjoys
this dlatinotlon from tit' Kuna
A. & M. Students Dig
150 Tons of Coal in
One Day at Henryetta
IIKNHYKTTA. Dec. 'J Thlrly-
fivr trurk loads of coul mined
liere yea'rrday by stud'-nt from
tho Aiji li'iilt in o I and Mim 'hiinlr.il
collriie ui Sllllwiilrr iindir pro-
'teotlon .of Cumiuiny K laio
guarde of llttilli'Hillli. 're Hftit
out to townti nor4h. ttomn going art
far uh Kliawncc. Thn .Til Hiiidrtit
miners front the etiKiiirrriiK
m'hool arrived on the iiiornint?
train and were initnediiiiely
mart licit lo one of Hie in arliv
alrip tnlnis where they tn-Kim
tnlnlnit coiil under the protection
of the ifcildier fpmnlx. and loaded
nut morn than 1M) tons of coal for
the day. Thin atndent work In
the mlnen will continue until HUch
time is the coal tnlin tH strike will
have ended and the mlneis aro
aciiln ut work or until there in no
dancer of other volunteer labor
belnn Interfered with.
Addition! ArrrMta Wailo l iVuMre
(lattlonirn Keck IMdcni Atrainel
Opifiil lo Tli WotM.
I'AWIirSKA. Din'. Senmitlonal
devi'lopmeiiia lire bftng brotiKht to
light In the Kd Talley cattle ateal-
Ing caae. A Hecond man hui In-en
arrested In thj ' petaoi) of Jake
Heoth. IlveatlKatlona beln con-
ducted by Ihe Tea Cattle Dealera
aiwoclatlon to which iiik cuttle-
n... i.ih nn.t iliriM t v to uie
Imtiltcatlon of more than
other men nnd the case
mimed the Imtiortance or
U..I.-U f V
Iteeent devi.t.tnent.i Indlente
tluit the atealmir hn been earned
on In an oriranUed manner for
more than two year. To date more
than 200 head of utock ha been
Hlolen by the Kiin and ehtpped out
of the atate. Dotcrtlvra of the fm'
Cattlemen'e iiKiorhitlon are coadurt-
Inir their InvcsliK a'loiiH and iiddl-
tlonal nrre-ttM are i-vpee'ed ahor'ly.
lndlentlona (ire tluil the Tallev
raa will develop into one of the
moat KetmaMonal rrlnilnal r:iea that
i .....r nr. d In '.he imiKe coun
try. Stolen cattle are brluK dl-
covered In t.cattire.1 lorilltles uno
replevin Kiillti have I n marled In a
core of cunca to ciiect rr.
f).(.ril to Urn WorM.
I'Mi-'K'iill'.n. Dec 9 IT Charles
IJ. Darker health adviser to W. II
Tnft when he wis preMidnnt. cimea
here I'rldav to ta'k to the Itotaiy
club on bov'H life The liotailiins
here ere conduction a eurvey of boy'
activity In M uxUoKee.
Ilobert A. Mcltlrney
Funeral Dltector Phone 4!i(l-1tl.
912 Poiith Main Advt.
Sltolviv In Mliu i Jirn $12o Whlkn
IiiHlrucrs t.cl duly $00
Sparlal U The World
MIAMI. Dec. 9 - M y"U would
niake money be a miner and not a
A Hat of aalartea compiled by City
tVhool Huperintendent John Doflvj
ulioai that 10 teacher here are puiil
IliB 25 a month elKht K0 a inoiiui.
and none mote than 11 -i month.
All aalarlea ar fiRiued on a --
month baitla In view of the fact that
the majority of tearhein do no
other work during the ailtnnier
month Instead many go to whool
on their anvlnga during thu wlnler
Tlie average monthly w ige of the
mine worketa In the lead and lne
field about Miami I fully lti.
Some workmen such as ehovelera
hiie been known to make aa high
a i; a week consistently. It I
an admitted fart hre that arorea ot
uiliiet make more money every year
lhat iiianv college prnfeeora. In fact
that s'atenient js used when the field
OIITON SCHOOLS CHOWDID
Nrw 8tnMurm lo Iw Cmilcll hy
Mart of smiml Ncniemrr.
f.eclajl to Th World.
"I1T(N. Dec 9 The ivrw pri-
mary school building being built In
west part of (itllon will be r ady for
iia.1 ut the beginning of second aem-
er'er It will relieve congeeteil con-
iMlona in building now In use Oil-
ton's public xchoola urn perhaps the'
largext of any city Ma Sinn In the
state emnlnvlnr 19 tencketw and a
ml ln.r 111 t nr il ell t
Ileal tl 1100
city t f a'out I.koit population.
at J'I there being
piilkrT.i enrolli 1 In the
hool district tend about two' The Ited Cross Hal la on of th
uille in lb" country on all sides of ur.enriea llnongh which the. PUDIIO
Ihe city Mild lukes In a gieat ileal or t can get into wic "ucm a
the oil flelda. jbucinoeN In n must effective r-y-
THAT YOU CAN
"Goad Work at
All Work Guaranteed
Dr. McCann's Dentists
Vhone 43.1;. Open Sundays until 1 p. m. Tuha. Okla.
2l2'i South Main Ortr Model Clothier
QUICK ACTION WHEN
TiKiitnosa find Soreness in
Chest Calls for lU-jry's
Don'l fool wllh slow acting llnl
menia. poolllei'N. iilustris. hot water
bodies and the like. when H-g s
MuHiiilife the fit ut and Lrst nn
pioveui'lit oil l li' mdma old f'I'dl
loned Mns'atd I'l.is'ei will xubd.e
the Inflaiiiinailou und put you right
I It s hot stuff Is I:. g's Mus' ir
line- .that' why Its Die 'erdot
1 killer of pain In the world
1 Hut It cannot blister mmi ran al
wini depend on thai but II will
open up the pot cm and end the nils
eiy. In double quick tltns
It's the i-al honest teioe.lv for all
' achea and p uns. f''i rongesitoii nod
Irinainiiittitoii for narll.ntc and
j Vt It the minute nm susp
that Inflii'tima Is at ta. li ing vim and
iieiiiember to apply It pnuiipt.v If
mi w'ant to ronu'ier sore ihtoat.
tonaillt.ls. croup coughs pluei Isy in
hninchlna In Just a few hours
Always In tho yellow bo never
wild In pus and loom v link ir ti"l
a adveitlned. Its euro Us Ilea's
S. C. Wells e... I. ltov
'1. .-.i iv
WARM AND COMFORTABLE
Make Very Utrful and Appreciative
Wc Save You 5()c to SI. 00 a Pair
Women's I-Vlt JulictU assm tctl colors $1.50
Women's Felt Comfvs nssortctl colors and sizes
at $1.25 $1.50 ami $1.95
rhildVen's Fi-lt Comfys ami .lulicUs $1.35 $1.45
Men's Felt House Slippers leather or buckskhi
soles ' $1.5
Buy now for Christmas They are selling fast
at these prices
TULSA UPSTAIRS j;n
Leiase f Not to r.n.barrMH
lw ndii-lry Aft'T . "
-j I it ""'
MUM I I"" "" 1 1
t whirh has been a contlnuiil
r ef ":ri u'l'lcr governmetit
!-rj ef t.ii!i"'l a ihinK
r!h mkI life. December aceord-
.' t lfl ..a.." of Hh'Tt r"1-
' . . I ..l.i HlMtrlet
.rnit iti" :ul 'o. " .
:i..il) muni l.TJsjrouus wo.ro
iki. the ore shipment. eusl are
v.ir.i oil feelers for future ouai-
W;:h ipei.iion oore oi.mo
rall.nhnl i.ie wi'l go to the tmelt-
nfra I of to Hie Mtomee bins
l -r.ie more the il'Slll'-l win ie
ir e. n. nil manager of the
M;ifral He I railroad. both tho
:.io Kr.d MisMiuri pacinc am m-
Jy .'b'r tiiistnt'ss.
JTTLE GIRL IS CREMATED
Tut In llumcd lo Deiith at Oricii (.lis
lliwlcr llcyonu ..i-uwiiunm.
Tfl! In Tke erlil.
ioi-iiri.' I tine ft : Lllille .
VsUnl. year -old ibiiighter of an
I m operitor 2'i miles west 01
"iwlnilm. was burned to detiih I
tMt (iLiymg near an open gas j
. o . r I :i I V e s erdav afternoon.
Wfi.-n delivered Ihe llt'le tot wa j
n eloped In flame nnd died ill-
wt linni'iliiitilv after the flamea
vf rt'ingiiflied. Iler Ddy vu
tirti'fiilly tmrited. The family came
tf unly reerntlv from Cluremore .
A Otilnlno Tluil Dts-n Not Affect 1
Sf.vi of Its tor.ir and laxative ef- I
' t. I.AXATIVi: l!l:n.i Wl'ININK
Talrti run l.e taken by anyone I
'tr.o jt raiiMng nei vousnesa or ring-
i .n the head There Is only one
I'rtmia Q'llnlre " K. W. OHOVK3I
jmtjrii on the hox JOc. Advt. i
When ynu tietilre a delicious piece
i? t ndy. sou think Instantly of
ti' Sipfrinr TeA Itooni who make
aridie That Are Different. Advt.
'I Phone MS O Den Sundays until 1 p. m. Tuha. Okla. I rllVtrfTI -i I I
riT) . . -v
WITH the finest men's clothing
clientele in the city we naturally
must provide more styles than those
stores that depend solely on pickup
Without exception the finest
tailoring in America.
Curtis 3jroiin (Bo.
J'ulsn'a Lhi-st landing Men's Store
The Extra Thickness of l Michclin Tread
-Due to Extra Rubber and ahnc Means
Additional Mileage: jj
Especially is this true since every ounce of
Rubber am! Fabric is the lough est hat
Money Skill and Experience can produce.
Metal Case Outfit
Hiiktl pitted f metal er foIJ-
fltltJ fait plain or emhoiieJ
tehtl ItntJ; Itkrr or fM fUliJ
jlutoSttep litior; tuti HtJil ni
jr licit J Italktr ntuf. tux
1 vlP j
MkhelinTircsgive so much j
mileage that they would be g :
economical even if high g
priced but they are not m
high priced. jj
Christmas gift every man
enjoys all the year 'round
aa n t
ASK any man to tell you how soon after the first
shave his razor blade begins to "pull" how
unsatisfactory that last shave is the shave that
makes him throw the blade away.
Then you'll know why every man will be clad to
get an AutoStrop Razor for Christmas.
Every morning of the week the AutoStrop Razor provides a
fresh keen edge gives a clean quick comfortable bluvc.
500 clean comfortable 'shaves guaranteed
from every dozen blades
lluilt right into the frame of the AutoStrop Razor is a uniqUe
stropping device simple and eilicicnt -- quick and easy to use.
It simioths the tiny teeth of the blade back into alignment and
renews the fine smooth edge before every shave.
It isn't necessary to' take the razor apart to strop the blade.
The strop is simply slipped through the razor head. The
AutoStrop Razor sharpens shaves and deans without removing
a single part.
Perfect shaving comfort for every man every day that's
what these remarkable features 'of the AutoStrop Razor mean.
Five hundred satisfying shaves guaranteed from every dozen
blades. This razor is a Christinas gift a man enjoys all the
Make your Christmas gift fill a man's real need. Give him
an AutoStrop Razor. Ask your dealer today to show you the
many different styles of AutoStrop Razor outfits from the
folding Pocket Kit to the complete Tourist Set.
The standard set shown above' consists r. a silver-plated
self-stropping razor twelve blades and selected leather strop r-
nil in a neat compact black leather case velvet lined l ive
AuroSrROP Saitxy Razor Co.
NfcW YORK TORONTO LONDON I'AKIS
Sihtr.ptjtti utottrnp Cutoff
iptdal ikaiing truth oij ihttiif
tntp in siher.pUlrJ tubri; tntkl
HsJri nj irhrttJ halhr itn:f. It
tihtl lintJ bUt k IfaiAti ' . '1
l. clluri and a llajj.
f. ; f.j! j. Into .?rr vji'.r- uUl
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itJihtrtait Itn Dci.vt.
fitnuinf fititn fl" I'uct ieathjr
ftxittt faiir leather rY.; iihrr.
flatfj JutoStfi-p A.j.vr; erai mttml
itiiTTf t.vfhe .'.t:'ri itn i Sffttsd
Tulsa Rubber and
Tilth at Boulder
Phone Osaic 1722-Ci'ilar 1722-0110
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Lorton, Otis. The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 73, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 10, 1919, newspaper, December 10, 1919; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc146242/m1/3/: accessed May 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.