The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 69, Ed. 1, Tuesday, December 7, 1920 Page: 3 of 18
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY DECEMBER 5 1020.
News of Muskogee
OIL STOCK GRAFT
President of Fake Com-
pany Arrested After He
Skipped With Money.
In Th WofM
mi si-f.nr:!- uKin.. upc. 7.
n t I romfintiy stork swlmlle of
it(P m J.10.01H) wis hroilKlit to UKht
i by Moral authorities wltli the
nrrn hcrr of T. A. lllnl nrresteil
In .Now Orleans on a chnrua of tislmt
the r to tlefrnuil. Klnl fromorly
priJ.J-nt of tho T. O. K. Oil com-
jn of Muskogee ami Oktnlinma
J'U hi snld to have "skipped" last
ji with tho monry without bIv-
Ins t' f itockhol(lprii anything In i;e-
'" i r -1 1 1 authorities hero have not
n: "iitnpil the exact ainoutit of the
fW hut estimates it ii netween
1 1 "0 anil f30.000. Two ollT of-
n'frrt tit the conilmnv live In Musko-
cte i .'l warrants for their arrest
m.iv o Isyuril noon. It lH Kill).
K j' I hclnt; lielil under 2nOI
nfrer beins brought heforo United
f.'tvei i ninmisioner u. .m. .uoiini
iaf"' He will ho clven a prellml
nary hearing next week lie Is ex
npr ipil to make bono".
nial wan arrested last week In
Sew Orleans. Federal authorities.
have oeen cnnnni; mm since nisi
April through many Male. lnriuu-
ins Nebraska Illinois and Louisiana
Tnit Conipniiy KtpamU.
Tho (lunranty Trust company or-
jtanlied laat summer will occupy
the entiro first floor of tho state
Imildlntr after tho nrst or tho year
M.inacer It. C. Tllcketta has an
nouweil. Tho company which Is
capitalized for $150000 with 150
MiiskoRPp citizens hm stockholders
In spending about 110000 for liu
prnvpinents and fixtures. It In tho
only trust company of tho kind In
MuikoRee and ono of tho few In
Oklahoma. It docs an extensive
liUKlne.i In title abstractH and other
Confederate Veteran Dies.
M. T. Hayes confederate veteran
nnil 04 years of aire is dead at Web
tiers Kails where he went hint week
to visit his (ion 11. M. Hayes parnly
i.s caused his death hut tho death
last summer of Mm. Hayes1 Is bo-
licveil lo nave liastoneti tho end.
Hayes lived for 12 years In Okla-
homa. A son nnd daughter In .Mus-
koRco and a daughter In (leorsla
also survlvp. He wan a member of
the Ktrst Haptlst church liere. He
was burled In Webbers Kails.
Muskogee IMnncvr leal.
H. I'. Ksles 73 years old pioneer
of Muskogee Is dead at I'ltlsbtirir
Kan. Ho was potmaster of Mus-
knscc for right years Juirt. befoie
MWs Alice Robertson took tho placo
under Theodore Hoosovelt.
Woman Swallows King
Valued at $1000 and
Fools Three Robbers
Hptf ul to Thp World.
MAl'l'I.I'A. Uec B llele Is a
new mutliod tn cotnb.it hijackers.
Mrs. It. (I. Howclls ()f I'hUaKo
swallowed a 1.000 diamond ring
.Sunday afternoun when stlckups
nccoatcd her and her husband In
broad daylight at tho l'olo C.it
The Iltiuclli. who for tho last
several clays have been sclllti
books In Hapulp.i were driving to
okiutilKce Suinu.iy arteruoon Just
lis tho cur drovo onto tho brldifo
tnree nun iiu.skcd with whlto
hamlkri rlileli eiawtrd from In-
iieath tho bridge Jumped In front
of the cur and at thu point of kuiui
iiimmanueu llnucus and occupants
of thu car to stick 'em up
Jumping upon tho runnltiK board
of tho cur tho men oiffi.rcd How-
ells to drive Into a nearby patch of
timber where he and his wlfo weio
madu to climb out of the car. Tho
men searched Howclls and lo-
llcvcd him of about (200. While
the Mlcltups were busy with her
husband Mis. Howclls slipped two
diamond rings from her fingers
placed one In her mouth nnd thu
other In u fold of her sklit.
Two of tho bandits disabled the
car while tho other searched Mrs.
Howclls. When ho asked her a
tiueslioii about her purso she
swallcd the litis: and answered
him. Tho bandit fulled to find
the rim; hidden in her skirt.
Cautioning Howclls and his wlfo
not to look around for IS minutes
tho tbree men disappeared. A
passim; car was hailed about 30
minutes after the lobbory and
Howclls and his wife camo to
Sapulpa where ho reported thu
civic clubs and other organizations.
Doctor Krobs has two iaboratorles
for analysis of the mind which datu
lie uses in his lectures. Ho talks he-
foro conventions and meetings f
merchants hnnkem nnd other Jiusl-
nem men all over tho country and
now Is doing work with the associat-
ed advertising clubs of America.
slon. early on the morning of I)e-
cenibi r S. Judging will sl.wt Thurs-
Poultry experts from the A. M
college at .Stillwater will he here for
instruction votk Ihioutth lertures
and UlUMiMtlons I'Vcrv uftnrminn
.Many mi kens and other birds
from ncnihy rutin bave been in
tered In the competition which will
be the keenest ever seen In Oklahoma.
Poultry ralsprs from Tex.ts nnd
Kansas will coinpeto with Okla-
hnmnns for prizes.
1 he exhibition Is tlin fourth under
th- direction of the Oklahoma Poul-
try association and tho sixth tn be
held In tho state. $t Is expected to
give a big Impetus to inlslng of
puro-bred potiltty on Ihn east sldn
of the state which long has lagged
behind thu west half lu poultry
News of Su pul pa
Hun Ilriimiiilm- I'. Mushiest
Spcll to Tim World.
PONOA CITY Dec. . That
agents of Herman manufacturers
nro soliciting thioughout sumo of
tho most southern portions of tho
t'nlted States In an endeavor to ex-
change th finished product in tho
way of cloth particularly for tho
raw cotton Is the assertion of one
of tho most prominent and best
known oil men of Oklahoma a res-
ident of Tulsa. It was this man's
personal understanding that these
agents nro at work ul the preieht
time In Iiulslana. There Is no so-
crecy about the matter It being un-
derstood that the Herman miuufac
turers are simply taking advnntnice
of the opportunity lo lu this
way provide n market for the
Insufficient Evidence to
Hold Alleged Father
of Murdered liaby.
Hpcrlnl toTlif Woil.l.
.HAPl'I.PA Dee. f rt A. Hafieed
who has been held in (lie county Jail
since Inst Monday night when he
uas nrrcUc-d ss being impliraled in
the murder of the infant child of
liura con way after li uas found
iliad strangled by n slme siting
about Its throat wni given a pio-
llmlnat' trial today before Justice
of the I'eaco (lenrge Jennings nnd
wiih released as thete was nut suf
ficient owdence to hold him. He
was charged with Iiciiik the child s
Laura Conway I S-enr-nlil ciri.
who Is the mother r the distil babv.
was taken to the county lai. H.itin-
day iiitetnoiin nd is M mg held i-n
a chill Kn of mi (In fiii t lu fir. I
Ihg of the i hlld in Mi. ii .i v ti: .t
Efficiency Expert Talks ntliisknccc
Applying nclcnco tn business
mrthods In tho themo being ills-
cud before Muskogpp merchants
this week by Dr. Stanley I.. Krebs
efficient city expert nnd lecturer
who will -make o dozen talks before
Muskngoi: Will Invcsllgntn 'rlooH.
Mayor George Walker today
named a committed from the city
council to take up the question of.
lower prlccH form ilk In Muskogee.
With milk selling ut :5 centii a
quart to domestic consumers nnd
the farmer getting only 10 cents a
quart tlin city decided to investi-
gate the situation.
W. M. llrlson. J. C. Fast and
Hugh King were the councilmun J
named for tho investigation which
will bo public. Tho appointment of
tho committee followed an Investi-
gation of tho milk prices by a local
"All Set" for Poultry Slum.
More than 200 exhibitors from all
over tho state arn expected to brlnir
3.000 birds to Muskogeo for the
sl.Th annual statu poultry show
which opons next Wedtlesday and
closes' on tho following Tuettduy.
Mildred of farmers ijnd others In-J
lercsiuu in pmuiry ui uuuim inu
seven-day show which will ha fea-
tured by lectures on all phases of
Tho d'oors nf Convention hall
Hceno of tho how will be thrown
opon to tho public Ireo or aumis
Arc jou IntctVMted In a musical
Instrument tlili ChilMiims'.' If
you are. It will pay .Mill to come
In anil lii'-isi t our lino of l.jiin
.V llealy and Waliliui'ii Pianos.
We hail! tin unusually largo
Mock of tlioe pianos on our
llooi-s nt this time lu n wide
range f t'libliii'l deslgiLs. I)iin
iV- llealy Pianos an- known the
world mer for their Mdcmllil
lonal qualities and henuty of
woi'l.iiuiiislilp. We hac thi lll tit
n iirici" to suit eirry ptireliaser.
Also n line snowing or slightly
Don't buy a Phonograph
until you have investigated
the many superior fea
tures of the Sonora the
highest class talking
machine in the world.
White Music Co.
624 S. Main . Osage 454
by poll e she was allowed t. ntnaln
lit her apal Itueiit at Hie Mm ton hi.iei
until Natuiday when she was taken'
to the hill.
AiH'al to Legislature If (ias Is ttiilM-d
"If the cot potiitlim commissteti
makes a hike In the gas intes fat ;
Sapulpa an appeal to the Irglslature
for relief will be made was the I
tntcmchl made today by Hubert I
Kcelian who repiesetileil tvipulpa at
the gas hearing In Oklshoma City
last week Keenan further stateit '
that It would not surprise him If the
Kas rate was doubled He Is to nigua
tho ciiso before the corporutlon intu-
mirslou nt (ikliihoiuuh City on l''ii-
day after which u decision la to b
I'iIisi (Ifflcei-s Vl-ll Su pill w.
T. A. Il.iltillloti Vice piesldrlit ol
the P'rlsco .1. H. Hutchinson gen-
eral manager and II. H. Hrown. as-
rlstnnt gvhural manager weie all
In Ka pill pa in pilvnle cats on ilatlll-
dav. Hamilton wa here visiting l.
nil offlc mis. He said that the vards
heie were not congesled Tho re-
quest that Sapulpa has maile for th
moving of the viaduct Is now In thu
hands of the engineers m co-nliv to
sumo time has been an orphan Is at i ffe
prthl making his hmc with Alts
.Mabel Itassett Immune agent. !
(inly three enis .f age. Hoy has.
tho IcAiulhg and minimis of hll '
dleti llc his j.kc Aflti the death
of hH mother si i. itil weeks nuo Hoy I
was gliiri to a family who hid In-
tended lo adopt hit" hot lie liesaii
to ill clop an eye trouble and Mis.
llaKrett Was asked to lake li 1 in b.n k. 1
I lleriiuse of the eye ttouble It was I
! not thought sdltsnbte In place the I
little tot In the Chlldien's home and
I until some family plais the "Ooed
H. Hi Hail in." ItoV will tetuiln with I
.the Immune acrid. Hut his ls
lather lonely life as be has to i.tay
with his "godmolhi'i" nil day at bet
I lie in!.) Iiirvpls hlf
but wmldn I Hie lid
nlfer be mm h beltel
qilO)ab the Uklahor
was all st in luil
lendy for the inspc
ri ouils thst tiegnn t
the ispltal lis loligri
Sequoyah got very ii
iciiss when repsirs
niiide in st.iimny hill
tel. wheie he stands an
di' more for Oklahoma
jujs Until Christmas
Want lo Adopt a might I :! Hoj .'
I). 'I "I some of the i hlldless
families of Kapulpa want a blight
i I'd llttli angel In their hum"
Tie re ! one here wnlilng for some
.i ti ad. pt hint lto who fot
At Cut Prices
We put on sale today 7" Misses'
Boys and Girls Kaincoats in M
1G 18-year sizes and '1 to 12-year
sizes for children. A variety of
colors and models.
$7.50 Raincoats IQ 7C
$9.00 Raincoats gQ
$io.00alaincoatsf' A A
A. L. WAIT-RUBBER GOODS
' m S. Boulder St.
"licttcr Rubber Goods at Lower
niiiii slioppiiiK lirtt.H show
nt tin; very top of tho
if :ift. We're reatly
Wettniu; Hhocs ruins I no it'ituier unless it is ospet'ially pr
water. Most shoes are not.
ra. ivinoo by
You'll find it a whole lot less expensive to protect yolu'' uincy ti'itu-
i in. ...ui ..i ....i.i "v'...n i....... . c... it t 3 '"'o rose
iieiuiii wiin Kiiiui iiuiiiitin. j nil ii ii.ivu unu iui ilium iiuiiiHii
the next few months of winter snows and rains
until you need them? Come in noV wli?' a'r
stocks are comlete; while you chd bun
purchases. Reduced prices on all rubbers arctics rtibbUr 'b'oot.'vv.
Alaskas and snow excluders for men women airc) cMdrqn'. iPair
. ''"." - - ' t
DKIKOOT WATKKPKOOI'MNG will make your Miries' or bootft diy
waterproof besides making them wear longer kecpjnv; them sofLi
pliable. We Kunruntve it. q t
115 SOUTH MAIN
a i' i i
Sali; Clones iiat-
lour Mioch and
-1 l.sferV' kii'
' n i if Ii 3
. ' r nni
; . it I Jaol b .
v .. tT i' 'I jig fat: IJTn- V iill
We Need the Money
Discount on Everything
Nothing reserved everything goes in this sale from the
finest velvet rugs to the cheapest floor coverings that's
made. The sale is now on. Call early and get first choice
Heating Stoves and Ranges Gas Heaters Combination
Heaters and Oil Stoves all at
If you are not prepared to take advantage of the cash discount we will be glad to open an
account with you on our easy payment plan at the regular prices.
Few-Hurt Furniture Co.
209 SOUTH BOSTON STREET
mum a ir
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