The Oklahoma Miner (Krebs, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 38, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 13, 1921 Page: 1 of 4
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ONLY PAPER in the CITY of more than 3.500. People anl has the bigfest circulation of any and all other papers in the City combind.
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KREBS. OKLAHOMA THURSDAY OCTOBER 13th. 1921.
TO AID THE IDLE-
r'RES. HARD1KG ASKS
FLAN SOUDSIT IT SEEMS
'5I. Arthur Wood Former Police
Commissioner of New York Is
Understood to De Under
Wellington. Governors and may-
H throughout the country wore ask-
U by President Harding in a public
liatemeut to organize In each com-
i unity machinery lor the correction
i. economic conditions along llr.ea
ivoikcd out by the conference here.
The conference the president de-
Tared had demonstrated that condi- '
.a na could not be met properly with- '
tut such local co-operation. lie an- I
loi'hced that a central agency would
e maintained hero .under auspices of
;he conference to Rive national co-
s.'duiation to the rehabilitation effort.'
"The conference which I recently
mmmonod to Washington to adviso
is to the unemployment situation has
lemenstrated that an unusual volume
jt unemployment exists and that the
litu.'tion cannot be met in due re-
fard to our obligations and neceasi-
'os without u much more than usual
j-rgacizajion throughout those states
ind municipalities where unoniploy-
nent lias loached considerable pio-
jortions. "The conference has recommended
i plan of organizing which has had
ihe support of commeiclal raanufac-
iuring professional and labor lepre-rc-c-arv
that more accurate knowl-
f. e should be had" through such or-
leutntives of the country. It is hfgly
.rani'iation of the volume and necesai--!es
of the unemployed. It is essen-
tial that the co-operation of all soc-
ttors t each community should be
rro."ht into action behind such or-
faniration to provide work and as-
i stance that we may pass through
ihe coming winter without great suf-
! Ting and dirtres'i. It is of national
mpoitance that every community
ihou'd at ones undertake such or-
faiiiiafon in order that the nation
nav be protected as a whole. More-
U'er the thorough commitment tn
i'lrh a ta$k is sure to start a thou-
"nl activities which will add to our
"In order that there may be unity
$t action by all the foices which may
l biou"bt to bear whether govern-
enfal cr private the unemployment
.nfcrence is establishing an agency
:'i Washington through which reports
:n nil progress and suggestions may
l? given general cii dilation. I trust
hi3 agency will be surpporled in this
F;nal picas lor the central employ
cent urrrcy are practically com-
(Vted. conference officials said and
i -cre-kiry Hoover is to make an an-
10 ncs-cnt outlining the character of
'.he organization. Col. Arthur Woods
firmer police commissioner of New
! 'ik is understood to be unfior con-
lerptlon for appoolntment as head
if the agency.
PQOD PRICES. OH DECREASE
Ten Cities Show Drop Says Reports
Gathered by U. S. Experts
Washington. Retail food prices In
sllles showed a tendency to decrease
furlng September according to a re-
port made by the labor department
in tho cities where figures wore ob-
inlned September 15 only ono Rich-
pond Vn. had an increase over Aug-
est prices and this amuonted to but 2
jer cent. i
In Chicago.and Baltlmoro tho da-
partment reported the prices as 3 per
jent below those of the previous
aionth in Mpnchoster N. H. 2 per
jont ; ' Niw York Butto Bridgeport
anil "Tox'ance 1 per cent whllo in
Wafauinpton and Peoria 111. the crop
tvas neiuiy one-half of 1 per cent.
Debt Totals Rapidly Increasing
Washington. The nation's gross
uiblic debt increased $1778000 in
September according to figures made
p .blic by tho treasury which show
.he gross national debt on September
JO to have been $23042100000. Tho
3ebt now outstanding however Is $2-
372503000 below the high point of
American history August 31 1010
when it was $26596701000 and It is
also a reduction of 9C32-18000 from
September SO 1920.
Killed When 'Frying Leap' Falls
Long Beach N. J. While atlemp-
jig to make a flying leap from a
speedingdUtomobile to an airplane.
Miss Madeline Davis was so badly
injuiied that sho died from a fracture
Df the skull in a hospital. Her homo
a in Fort Pierce Florida.
Tidewater Oil Cuts Payroll
Bayonne N. J. The Tidewater Oil
company notified 1800 employes at Its
plant here that beginning Oct. 10
their wages would be i educed IS to
STATE I. 0. 0. F. PURCHASES
Williams Elected Grand Warden;
Erection of Building Delayed
Oklahoma City Okla. A motion to
purchase two lots on the northeast
corner of Ninth slroet and Robinson
avenue to be used as a building site
lor the proposed $500000 Odd Fel-
lows temple was passed at the Odd
Fellows grand lodge meeting. The
lots will cost approximatey $25000.
i'lans for the erection of the temple
have not been completed yet. It is
possible work will not start for two
pr three years
In addition to the appropriation for
paying the temple site $30000 was
roted for the purpose of building a
iiospltal and for making improve-
pents at the homo at Ohecotah and
M 5000 for improvements and a hos-
pital at the Carmen home.
300000 FIRE AT YUKON
Dne Five Story Mill Was Completely
Destroyed Others Saved
Yukon Oklahoma. Loss estimated
at $300000 resulted from the complete
instruction by fire of a five-story
I rick mill of the Yukon Mill and Ele-
vator company at Yukon Canadian
The night shift of sixty men was at
work on the first floor of the building
when the fire started. Ffteen freight
cars alongside the building which had
been loaded with flour Avere saved
by a switch engine.
Water in the standpipo soon was
cxhaus.ed and firemen began to draw
Upon the supply being pumped from
Ihe wells. Tho Oklahoma City fire
engine was attached to a well as soon
pa it arrived but tho well soon was
Kian Files Through Audience
lackwell. Wearing tho full regalia
25o members of the Ku Klux Klan
(l'td tlnough the First Methodist
i' ireh during the services i-ecently.
Tue leader carried a huge cross with
three burning torches. Tho line stop-
ped long enough for one or the masked
men to address tho minister Row Fred
Mesh saying: "Wo know you are not
with us but wo are behind you 3000
Ftrong in Kay county." Numerous
banners were carried in the line.
A.niong the stens were "Honest men
need havo no fear" "Wo are Tor 100
per cent Americanism" and "We bow
pnly 1o the law but want It enforced
?y tho right officers."
Alva Man Leads in Wheat Contracts
Alva Okla. Leon J McDonald
working in the vicinity of Alva main-
lains he leads over other state solici-
tors with more than 172 grower con-
tracts signed for the United Statoo
Drain Growers Inc.
Educators to Hold Meeting
DOianr Okla. The Southeastern di-
rlsion of the Oklahoma Educational
ussoclation will meet hero November
t 5 and C according to an announce
pifnt by P. JS." Laird ri-ta.v 0f the
JOHN W. MACE
John W r.:-:ce national field secre-
tary of tl.j Near East relief who hao
returned from a survey of conditions
In Transcaucasia. He declares that
the food shortage is so acute that in
Alexandropol Armenia a wagon
makes two rounds dally about tho
streets to pick up the bodies of starv.'
otion and cholera victims."
18 ARE LOST AS SHIP SINKS
77 ARE KNOWN RESCUED
Syncopated Orchestra May Be Gone
As Result Of Laird Line Wreck
In Dense Fog
Belfast. Damaged by one vessel in
i dense fog off the souhorft coast
pf Scotland and then sunk by another
coming to its aid was tho fate of the
Laird Line steamer Rowan plying be-
tween Glascow and Dublin. Thirteen
pf the Rowan's crow and three passon-
peis are missing. Two passengers
tiled after being rescued by vessels
which responded to the wireless S. O.
An official statement sajs that the
low an carried ninety-tliree persons
deluding the crew seventy-seven of
ubom are accounted lor by the four
ressels which went to tho Rowan's as-
sistance. . i
Aboard the Rowan was the Ameri-
;an southern syncopated orchestra
composed largely of colored players
who had been touring this side of the
water since 1019.
One of tho men who died after going
taken out of the sea was Pete Robin-
sonf the drummer of the orchestra.
The accident was due to a double
collision in the north chxnnel off Cros-
swall Point. The Rowan first collided
with the American steamer West Ca-
l tnak both of them being damaged. The
West Camak stood by with her fore-
peak full of water meanwhile send-
ing out wireless calls for aid. The
Dian line Clan Malcom responded but
n the confusion due to the dense fog
an into tho disabled Rowan which
The West Camak helped in the res-
cue work. Captain Donald Brown of
ulasgow Is reported to have gone
jlown with tho Rowan.
Tho Clan Malcom which rammed
he Rowan amldshlp was damaged on-
The sjncopRled orchestra which
went to London in Juno 1919 gave
performances there and vicinity until
two months ago when they made a
tour ot Scotland. There wore origi-
nally thirty-eight members about fit-
;een of them BrltisMi players.
BRIAND WANTS ASSURAWCE
Bays France Can Never Disarm Un-
til Safety Is Certain
St. Naaaire France. "Fi anco must
remain armed as long as her security
lias not been assured" was tho state-
ment made by Arlstlilo Briand. the
Fjv"ii Premiw in an address outlln-
n nirf ..uiti. cuvermnent s foreign.
M. Drland was surrounded by six
of the ministers of his cabinet and
lour under secretaires. He declared
'hat at the present movement the
French premier neads to have full au-
thority to deal with all questions with
which he treats in the realm of world
"France must remain armed as long
fis her secuiity has not been secured.
Franco has earned the right to rep-
arations and security. At no lima
phall the French government yield on
those points. I will refute the accu-
sations -of tmporialiFin which havo
been made nsalnst France."
Woman Battles Two Bandits
Spokane Wash. Two masked men
entered the Spangle SOile Bank at
Spangle eighteen miles south of here
shot Miss Ruth Jqnuings the assist-
ant cashier in the arm and OBcaped
with a sum of money.
Plans to Quit Americans
Paris Following in' the footsteps
pf Madame Walska Mary Garden ac-
cording to the most reliable informa-
tion lias definitely decided to give uf
pinging in America and become part-
ly a European diva.
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HAPPENINGS GATHERED FROM
ALL SECTIONS OF STATE
WANTS $100000 TO SPRAY
Appropriation foi Fighting Oklahoma
Cotton Pest is Exhausted.
Washington Representative S. M.
Gcnsman of Lawlon Okla. has pre-
pared a bill for introduction in the
jiouEe authorizing an additional ap-
profr ntibn 6f ?100000 to flght the
boll weevil wh.ch has caused consld-
si able damage to tho cotton crop
The appropriation for conibatlng
the ravages of the pest aro almost ex-
hausted Mr. Geensman learjied Im-
mediately upon his return to Wash-
ington. Censman had asked the secretary
Df agiiculture to send a .man to the
government experimental station nca
Lawtoa to doTonstralo to the ottrn
farmers the use of the po-son s.rav
method which the department has
discovered to be effective.
rO GET A NEW RAILROAD
Midland Valley Starts Work of Pro-
posed Route in Osage County
Tulsa Okln. Tho Burbank pool of i
bo the most active drilling develop-
ment in the state although Isolated
as lar as transportation facilities ar-
concerned. Is to bo tapped by the
Jdid'nnd Valley railroad.
According to the oil companies np.
prating in the Burbank pool the Mid
land Valley': extension will save them
Hundreds of thousands of dollars dur-
Intr the coming years. Now com-
panion are foiced to ship tools and
'pqulnmrnt to Burbank and Kaw City
on tho Sbawnpe division of the Santa
Pe railroad and thence dray them to
Ihtir leases in -Osage county. The
oil companies say that the drayage
costs Irom $125 to $200 a car and
the freight' will be half that cost.
it THE PAINTER'S BEST FRIEND
Of nil the inuny liquid sub- ..'
k stancps which can be used for
H tho binding of puint or dry sub-
stuncpb which when dlssohud In
wsilpr mo used as vehicles for -k
k pigments none fulfills necetisary
conditions so well us linseed oil. -k
k the king of the flxud oil and
what Is of enormous Importance k
k does It .is cheaply. It Is tho -k
painter's host friend becuuso It
k makes his work satisfactory
50 ggod cigarettes
for 10c from
one sack of
IVowant yosi to fsvs tho
Ltpapor for "BULL."
So now you can receive
with oaoii package a book
c 124 raw3 r TBtt&V.
t;o vw'j (-ci.S fcx'0
r j(-it' i tfco v.6t'ij.
THE OIL GAME
l's Facts and Fallacis;
PRINCES AND PAUPERS
Produced ByOil Ventures
"WILDCAT "" WELLS
And Wildcat Companies
A HISTORY OF GUSHERS
Promoters' Tricks Exposed
I ecu g Expencne
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
Pith LOCALi APPLICATIONS as U.r
cannot iach the seat of tna disease.
Catarrh Is a local disease greatly In-
fluenced by constitutional conditions and
in order to cure It you must take an
internal rtmody. Hall's Catarrh Medi-
cine is taken internally and acts thru
the blood on the mucous surfaces of tlio
sysloin. Ilall'H Catarrh Medicine was
prescribed by ono of the best phyb'ciana
ui tbis country for jears. It is com-
posed of some of the bust tonics known
combined with somo of the best blon 1
puriflora. The perfect combination of
the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medi-
cine is what produces such ' wonderful
results in catanhal conditions. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO. Props. Toledo O.
All Druggists 76c.
Hall's Family Pllln for constipation.
Tho old -fashioned sweet
savory kind that is crisp and
We have just received a
Fresh and Salt meats
Sausage Veal Mutton 0
Osage Meat Market.
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