The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 62, Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 30, 1920 Page: 3 of 16
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TULSA DAILY WORLD TUESDAY NOVEMBER 30 1020.
News of Muskogee
December Federal Docket
l(U Th World.
Mt'SICOQKH Nov. 2. The De-
mbcr .locket of tho United States
ji.iHpi court nas pren pumuntu
.mil January. Originally scheduled
Tulsa tho December term
Jhinsi'l to Muskogee and now
chns. .Hnni.il i-ntlrcly.
'" ho continued 111 health of Judge
nnbert U Williams' und tho failure
Kcure Judgo Havld It. Oyer of
....i- rnf fhn term caused tho
wVponnment. Judge Dyer who Is
?.lUnir over tho civic docket
" '..in roiiim In January for tho
jmin.i term It In said. Ho will
ffuto S ""other federal district
Muohosffl Win In Milk Contnrt.
The city of MunkoBCO received
Timlav a banner announcing that
.(.. iinii won over other Okln
L" Miles In tho miUrket milk
..i.Lii ri iho Oklahoma Free State
filr In October. Among other cities
n tho copetltlon at that tlmo were
r..iV. and McAlcstcr. Kxhlblts
from nt least throu dairies In each
town were In tho contest.
11-111 Vrt 1'romTillo Joo Smith.
Authorities will not proscculo Joo
Smith. 17 years old who accidentally
hot ami rainiiy wounuuu uw tumun
n..i Wnl. Iron. 14. near Chccotnh
c.m.iv afternoon. Wnldrop died
.ti.r liolnir lirollRht to Muskogee
tfrf nil GOI ration was performed
Tim two boys wcro disputing tho
thn ono shotgun they
had while on a hunting trip. Thoy
liM been taking turns In using the
m nml an argument arose over
which was to u.xo It next. Smith.
v he accidentally puilea tno wig
ter when tho gun was pressed
acalnst the ahromen of his com
pardon. Tho boy's abdomen was
literally shot to pieces physicians
Hundred at Wvunil Funeral
Hundreds of Muskogeeans In
sludlng prominent city and county
ntflcniK. attended tho funeral scrv
lets Monday afcrnoon of tho late
T 1 IWnnil fnrtflnrK mavnr O
itnkorcc who died lato Saturday
Born 47 years ago In Itushvllle
III.. Wyand ciimo here in 1915 an
innk un nrlvuto law practice. II
had fcnel one term In tho Illinois
eclnlaturo and was elected to the
OV'honm legislature In 1912
Elected mayor In 191G ho was
defeated for re-clectlon in a three
cornered raco in 1918. Ho had a
prominent part in framing of tho
new charter which provided for tho
managerial system of government
adopted last spring.
Wyand hnd resigned from his law
firm a year ago lierause eft ill health
Recently ho thought he had rocov
(red from thn illness but for th
two weeks past had been In bed an
for the last five days had been un
con.cloun. Ho leaves a wlfo and
in adopted son.
frees Farmers to Pick Cotton.
Farmers should havo their cotton
picked and baled oven If present
price do not pay thn gost of pro
auction was tho ndvlco given by
Icrc Lock in a tnlk at the Ad club
.Monday noon. Nearly half of th
Ton in liplnc nlloweri to stand In th
fields whero it is rapidly deterlorat
Ins. ho said.
"The lowest price is 35 a bale
Mch n considerably more than 11
i bale for picking" he said. '"Other
costs bring the production figures
up io us or more but prices ma;
so hither if tho public starts buy
WE cotton goods again. If the cot
ion li not marketed llio farmer
loses all ho put Into It which 1
much more than tho loss In selllg
Unless growers get all their cot
ton on tho market prices may shoot
upward again and tho public will
luiitr no warned.
ilunnU DNniM Hreiil Oiling
Oiling nf tho countv and el
; mil nmnways will be tho subject
liscujsed at the Tuesday meeting ot
the KlWIllllM nlllli Thn nunlv
Jilssloner will bo asked to tell what
i'rnM.Hfn has been made for th
maintenance of tho system of hi
says being constructed throughout
he county. Tho funds turned back
w wio county and city from sale c
acense tags Will bo imc.l tn linmi
rds in good condition principally
wurC iHjiu u is said.
Banish them all by using
ur. ueirs I'inc-Tar-Honey
rR. HELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey it
YJ remedy that hat for yean flood
by (houiandi of cold and couh
lUftrnni mm. wnm .n and rliildrn in
Wiping to promptly and effectively re-
!Si t'lt!e dangerous attacks. -Severe
toldi or colds newly contracted are
wnthtcj by in pleasant bahamic and
talmg antiseptics. Phlrpm il oon
li tnrj initation eaxd inflammation
uiycu breathing made leu cWhcuIi.
a bottle on hand at a lafeguard
Ijinit ludden coldi.
Vou can give the children Dr. Bell'i
ne-iar-tioney too. bale and eco-
Jmical Get a bottle today from any
VK'iti wc. We. C1.ZU
for ntttmUmt lM.fr
'nlr baton ratirtnc Dr. Hdrni
"m Otntnxnt Good for
ROAD BIDS'1 REJECTED
Adair Atoka and Wagoner ConMnic-
won to lie Held Hp ns Hcstilt of
KUtfl Hoard's Decision.
OKLAHOMA (MTV. Xnv. 1111.
for road construction In Adnlr. AIn.
ka and Wagoner counties onenod
last week by tho state denartment
highways. Were relorlnt tmlnv.
Mils on construction In four coun
ts were accepted ns follows:
xay Ono nnd one-third miles
concrete road $5:17 lien Flynn of
w.wKirx; .79 mils lirlrk road IGl.-
C3 M. A. Hwatck and comnanv nf
I'ushmntaha Five miles gravel
road $62186 John Vf. Hooks 0f
Ixitlmor Two and three-quarters
miles gravel road 142 3G0. J. 3.
Terry of l'nteaii.
Mccurtain Twelve miles of road
1B2.1J9 8. 1). McCartney of Vol-
Calhoun (Jin Fined.
OKLAHOMA C1TV Nov. 29. A
fine of II and costs was imposed on
tho Calhoun Oln company of Cal
houn Caddo county by tho state
corporation commission today for al
leged vlolntlon of the commlsslonM
order setting $2 a bain ns tbu lirlco
to bo charged by glnners for bagging
nnd ties. According to tho complaint
tho Calhoun company charged ti.i'i
a bale and refused to refund tho ex
cess payment when It wns de-
manded. llotNTtson Goes ICnst.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. 29.-
tlovernor Hobcrtson left todny for
farrlsliurg Fa. to nttend tho meet
lng of tho governors' conference this
week. Ho is expected to return De
cembcr 10. Ilobert 1 Davidson of
Tulsa president pro torn of tho
Btatc senate will bo acting governor
in ms absence or until the return of
Litutcnant Governor Trapp from
Mexico. Davidson Is expected to
reach the cupltal tomorrow.
i'jstitioib ran divohcf; were
filed In district court Monday by
Uicy Adams against M. V. Adams
Emma Gavaran against Chris (!.
B Tifth Avenue NewYork Ira
I J 11 1' 11
I1H II 11 ! II il Iji. lfl .v i lrVi"i-rJj
The Symbol of our
stands for the best in laundry and dry cleaning.
Ve want your business.
White Swan Laundry
Dry Cleaning Works
108-10 South Cheyenne Phone Osage 5894
l'rompt Attention Given to Mall Orilcrii-Out-of-Towii Agents
Vfit'8 of Sapulpa
ARMY TO TAKE
Shamrock Girl Arrested
For Robbery Will Be
Kept at Citadel
SAPl'M'A Nov. ;9 At tho mcflt-
lng of tho advisory board of tho
Salvation Army this morning plans
wore mndu fur the Ann? o takn
enro of Hello Mulltns IS year old
girl who Wim nmtded hero lant week
and charged with robbing a col
lector from a Shamrock bank lie
caUHn of her youth County Attorney
Fred Speakiiiau bus decided not to
ttrosKtito thn girl: so the Salvation
Army Is taking care of her will
provldo her with clothes mid help
her to get a place to work and live.
nans were also tninln nt this meet
lug to build two rooms nt one end
of tho second floor of tho Salvation
Army citadel whero people who are
being ciinil for by tho Army may
stay temporal lly. Tho board ulso
took action on oilier lmportniit mat
Mnyor cind Mrs. J. Wado Hone
have returned from Mkojurl whero
lliey spent Thanksgiving with tho
Gas Hearing llcfon? IVImls.
Many new devuloliments ocnurrei'
hero today at tho hearing of the gas
company nerore state Corporation
Commissioner It. II. Velio's when
tno inuring opened this after
noon. The Oklahoma Gas comtmny
Is seeking a ralo In rates. Attorney
isuuerL iM'eoiin oseii ns ins argu-
ment for tho city that the valuation
nf the stock of the company should
be taken into account. Commission-
er Kchols stated that tho rate will lm
taken Into consideration In urrlvlnir
ill ino pnwni value nut salt! the
. . . . . . --....
sums would have nothing to do with
It. City Attorney Frank Duncan of
l Tulsa asked Unit financial figures
which tiro Issued monthly by tho
company bn brought Into court ns
hn Mated that these nhnwiM the fi
nancial status ot tho company to lie
far different from evidence intro-
duced tit the he.ulng. It is claimed
high earntitKH are shown In these
than have been Mated. Attorneys
for the gas comtmny stated these
etatlstlrs were open for nnyone to
-ep CominlfJiloiier Kchols ruled
that thn company record not bo
brought In court. bcciiHe of their
bulk. He ruled that the rltUciH
auditing committee ho given access
to thctio. I'lty Attorney I. J. Hurt
and Keenan will urgo that the com
pany Hhow the source of supply ns
jpyjlgJgg I of matin cffineida Ctmmumti 7'ak 'Irsji-fjuaranieed ftr 10 rear-Regular Trite $ 1 .7 f Sel if Six Ttaipi'm gjjyyjYy Skh
havo much to do with
i:icctrlo Conumtiy to Hate Hcorlng
At tho meeting of thn Chamber of
t'omtnen-o held on Saturday night
Hubert Coffy of tho S.ipulpi lllee-
trtc. company talked and stated that
tho company had never lalscd tin It-
prices although they haui li.ul to
meet higher irliis In wages nnd ma-
tellals. It wits also brought out lli.it
the last action on prices made by
the company wtis to decrease them
lie convinced many of his heareis
that If the ratee lira raised they will
be Justifiable. In order that thn gas
company and elect lie company may
get their sldiw of thn co before
the public Itobeit (iffy of the
Hapulp.i Klcctrlu Company and
Commun ity Plate
Oratgr Sptcm 6.25 SttefS'x
For oriDges grapefruit etc.
I'ArnciAN Individual Salad Ftrh JtH.OO Stt f Six
Fcr serving salads or French pastry
SntRAioN lie Qrean Sfotni b 25 Set if Six
I'or serving ices sundaes sherberts. etc.
c7S(ote: The gift pieces shown
above arc made in all Community
patterns and can be bought at
the prices quoted.
Arthur llrm kln of the gas company
will speak nt the Chamber of Com-
mcrco meeting on Tuesday.
Marilage Hccuki'M InsiiimI today
were to; t;iysns J Siulth and
lleatrlcn Hackney of Sllainrneli
John I'VaucIt Dodson nnd ltuth
Iri'iie Wiitson of Tulm Charles
i'l't't VI lid l.UCllo .r'ole both ot
IIiikIow; Joe Mineiio and Farnlbaii
Kiirthoii of Depew.
I.F.HI. I M JOHN son of Mr and
Mr Wlllard John 23i" West i:ie
nth sliecl. ii'tiirned to la retire
K 111 . Jeslerd.iy where he Is a Hiipho
more in the Cnlvetslty of Kaiisas nf
ler halng spent TlinuksKlx lug with
I'atsiciah i.i'int Qirving or Qnmi Stt $ 1 0.OO
For steak fowl and breakfast service
m i j m 1 uaniuv
Aoaii QcU tACrat or Sirring 2.50 tilth
For serving sliced fowl cold meats fish etc.
SiiiKATON Italy Sfsm 1 1 .OO tath
iui driljntii 10 nicrt tfit rtnulrtircnts
fvr lievl tnl ir.ll Ic tni crteil diil.ti
FOH TUG IIKVIIFIT of the ad-
joining community ladles nnd mem-
tleis of the llullettee Mlsslmi church
Vorfolk anil llldependeiice will con-
duct a rummage sale at thn church
Wednesday afternoon' beginning at
I p. in- aecuiiilng to tho.m In
Tim lllno IVffert tllmmniU t Jlo.wfll'ii
for remodeling band cut-
ticiilderj ttciiistllelilug tie-
signing goins btotiocs silk
jntl 11. Ililnl l '2171
J.OO Stt Six
Utti with lUrrUutl kieai ui tvtar
A ham 'lUuitha Sfiint f 8.00 Set eSIx
For tcning bouillon consomme and soup
when served in cups
dam Ojtter Ferki ?575 Set if Six
serving oysters clams lobsters tbrtmpi
tp-r-r 1 t .. ir ....n r-r.r r.Mir.imi.fiii..jTi.niiii.riiitnriif.nmtintrrniirinninMlnlieiim
J tfsQcxtra Charge forCjiftQases
lj IIany other attractive pieces
in this 1 1 to f 10 price range at
The Hannah Mowbray
Of the Centenary
will hold their Christmas llaxar
Friday and Saturday December
3 mid 4 In thn Frlek Held Sup-
ply Co. building 210 So. Main.
Dainty hand-madn novelties
wearing nppnrcl unit delirious
candy will be on sale. Attend
this Ilar.ar before you do your
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