The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 204, Ed. 1, Friday, April 22, 1921 Page: 3 of 18
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TULSA DAILY WORLD FRIDAY APRIL L'li 1921
FT. WORTH CONSUL
Conditions in Texas City
Described as Acute to
till T WO I Wlti April 21. At the
ir.lS mass mcctiiiK of Mexican
l.if ' - I m !'' Worth luirimwilni?
' F.c ami oiithimiiiatii the demon-.-
that Krccletl President
in fn n hero last October nliprox-
mi'c 3 00 Mexicans Slithered In
"a hkI Him-hcr' hall Weiltu-
Jy n .n t" Kreet Kdunrdo Hull!.
nj Ktneral In California who id
held'1 a mission that Is making a
ifv i'f the Mexican tdtuntlnn In
T(.a. Kin. Is neciimpanled by
r;clcr i ti.tri.ia. consul at Dallas
(i I ai mi and Jesus Garcia at -
cs ' tne eonsulate.
l-i'.n'' rentes between the Mexlran
. It' n .(1 officials of tln chamber
t iirce. members of thn wl-
faf( -oi lations mayor Cockrell
nd i ommlssloners were held.
t i irre conferences tho Mexican
fijut i In Fort Worth wns out-
'ntd i thn oommlnslon and In turn
fhi n mission stated Its mission to
Fort Worth and outlined plans that
v gh' be stiRBCstcd for thu relief of
lf f mtion
eloped that the situation
Afr h a-utc and llulz declared that
Kort W nh should bo provided with
n ie.ii'e. 11a said thayho would
r cm mend to President? ObreKou
it at ii consulate be established here
at on1 e.
MRS. OTT IS GUILTY
Scnlcnrcd to Soro Two Yonr for
hllllnc IIiisImiiiI mi Stro'l.i of
Italian In Winter r 'lit.
DALLAS Tex. April 21. Guilty
mstlie verdict returned by the Jt'ry
In the tasn of Mrs. Ida Ott charged
tth tho murder of her husband.
Androw L. Ott on December 23
1915 In criminal district court here
jfstrrday afternoon She wis
iwrd to servo two years In tho
" The trial was one of thn most pen-
ijtton.il In tho' history of th" coiirr
a rordlnit to authorities. Children
were ordered out of thojt:ou?t room
nhep testimony rccnrdlnt; illicit r la-
tions with other men was brought
eut by tho state In questioning Mts.
Ott She testified that her husband
had mado her "work" a town for
a Iltlnc for tho two and ho named
ever ten states In which rhj done
rtOMK. April 21. President Mil-
Jtrand of Krance It wns nuthorl.
Utlvely learned In diplomatic circle
here today favors the establishment
rt an Industrial entente between
France and Germany. Tho keyMone
of such an Industrial alliance as
ths French president seen It. would
bi a cleantle Kranco-Oerman Iron
and rtcel trufct. Negotiations look-
ins to tho realization of this scheme
re said to havo boon already inl
Uated at Hcrlln.
Violence Is Sequel
to Alliance Bust-Up
I)NDON April 21. Tho first
tlolcnt sequel to thn disruption of
th triple alliance that nverted the
thrcatone-d Ecnoral strike hurt week
cams today when a croup of dls-
Mtlsfied members of the Vehlcl"
Workers' union seized tho head--WartM-a
of the transport workers'
tirsttntratlon and ejected Its of-
ficials. Cirri; Lenders In Conference.
ff-dl In Tho World.
OKKMAII April 21. An Impor-
tant mectlnc of leaders of tho Creek
Indians was held In Welcetka last
ck. Many of tho leading tribes-
men wero present nt tho meotlnsln-
clutHns tho now chief Major Oray-
"n. National Probato Attorney
1'avls was present from Muskoftee
nd for thin reason tho KnKllsh
hncuace was usfii'ln the discussions.
Feveral meetlnR of tho Indiana havn
1-een held In Woleetka lately and
thers li talk in that town that tho
removal of tho Creek capital is con-
High School Stave Is
Reproduced by Art
Students in Miniature
A mlnlaiuic stage iliat tI) ox-a-t
iiproilu. ti)n In rerv detail of
tho hiKh school auditorium staco
has Just been romplnted and Is on
exhibit in tho art mam in ihr.
Hcbool building. Members of tho nr.
department and tho Stagecraft club
havo mado tho tiny model' whoso
curtains ttirlmc. lights and M-ttlng
Is an exuet replica of Hie luritor
italph Harris smso eariienter.
Arthur Campbell stuKe electrician
and Kd Wood snno shifter have
had tho burden of responsibility for
tho construction wiring and draping
of tho stage; tbo gold stage dmp-
orlcs and the Muo drop curtulns
bearing the high sclioul Ins.Ktua
ere mado by tho nenlm- girls.
Church Reunion of
A church reunion tu which nil '
KreewllI Hupthta are inMttd. will
be held In onn of Tulsa's newest I
ohurchos tho l-teewlll Haptlsl at!
f2S North Utlca. beginning l'rldny
April 2(1 and over M.induy. Itev.
J. M. Hoberts of Snllna will preach
Sunday night on tho subject "Com-I
munloti nnd l.'oot U'lishlng' !
The Krecwlll Haptlxt church began
to hold services In March. Itev. K. '
.7. Mathew Is t'ho pastor of tho con-1
OIL COMPANY IS
Cole Claims Well Was
Not Completed to
C. it. Colo filed a suit for 5I798
against the Itlo Orando Oil nnd Clas
cnmimny Thursdny in district court.
Ills allegation wns a breach of con-
tract. In his petition Colo said that ho
purchased two leases from the Hlo
Ornndp company one lease oontprls.
Im? about 8000 acres which he
bought for $37198 nnd another
comprising 1120 ncro which he
bought for $17ti00 both of which
am lornted In Webb county Toxas.
When he bought the two leases the
oil company so In- alleges agreed
to drill a well on an adjoining lease.
Tho well was to go as deep as 3.00U
feet .tihlcM oil or giiM was reached
In paying Uuntltloy bo tor o That
Much a well was started ho says
but the company has since aban-
doned It nnd refuses tp go any
deeper. Thn well Is not vet 3000
feet dep Cole alleges. I)y refusing
to continue tho woll. Cole says thai
tho company has failed to fulfill
Us contract nnd In doing so ha.i
lowered tho nlue of his lenses. Ho
asks fur tho return of his purchase
MEETING DATES CHANGED
Anierliiin lenlcin jim! the locllcs 1
Auxiliary to Meet 'I'net.tlaj.
Tho regulur meetings of the I
Alheilenh legion and thn lodlosj
Auxltlaty of tho legion will bo held
nt S o'clock Tuesday night In the
city hall. Members nro reo.uetted
to obsorvo tho clmngH In the meet-
ing tlmo of thosft orgnuluitlonM from
Wednesday tu Tuesday. The time
wns clmnwnl because of Inability to
Hccurn tho hall on the regular meet-
Tho auxiliary will meet in lh"
commissioners' room on the tlilwl
floor and tho American legion In the
auditorium. Tho aiixlllnrv will make
further plans for Americanization
day. Thursday Apt II !s. and will
receive reports from delegates win
attended tho (state conventiou at
Knld April 4-5.
Mrs. t K. Uihninn. pn sltb iu of
the Tulsa auxiliary and mate dun
man 'of AmerlianUatbn w.rk mivs
the auxiliary will take nit aitie p irt
In tho services on Ameiii teiatbth
da She.makin the following ap
peal to metnbeis
"We urge all women who have
soldier relatives to attend this inn t
lug assist In our plans for Thur dix
nnd help push the rn-mbi rshlp
drive we are now engaged In '
Illinois High Court
Vpholds Hang Sentence
rtl'ItlVdl'IKM) III. April SI. -
fleno (lenry inntvil of llio muf
l tier of Hairy ltd knr will hung In
Chicago between I) o'clock I it" tho
morning and ( ov.. k in the af-
ternoon. June 1 ;. l!)'l. the slate
Imipiemo ton it i1. i di l toil iv in tf-
I firming the vi.iU't ff tho CooK
county tti.il I'jiitt tluuy hIioI
llorkar In ft hnlooii in CbUago. May
I ici t ItU idi' ( nip
l't'V t n
a nple i i "p ii f 1 1
the stale Is cone.
S f it
- lo h .
lii. i al a t'l'i "Mi.
a this scitloit of .'Hi biistng b"
ugh rx.ittt !SoNy AiircN.
io Mill One day when it wna thunilrnnft
t did ltjv loud Itobert. nged ti eta i
d. is safe. a. -'.nt hull at Ioi.h nn.or lot in in n I "Mamma I gu-ss tho nngehi in a'
oidlnit to i '.ii .toe f Millet of t Ii o ft nit Is kilb.l Miller snvs. with tliolbe (leaning house." "Why do vol
ll rsnch. where nun of thn lamest exeeptlnti of a new plum thnl U be- 'thlnk so dear?" asked hla tnothe
npple Jleldi. In the lilslmv of t Ik In lug lulrnilil.nl. The find nn th. ') "I iuse" was thn reply "t lirai
hctna was hsd In l20 Mr ''l r 1 trees w llhstne.l I ho frecre nnd frmts them moving furnlltlro around."
X 221 South
t)Et.ICIOU3 AND HUPKlUllllNa
TllIiY nil n to the corner
(trutt store where Cocn-Col.i
is the jietftct nniwcr to thirst
Tllit COCA-COLA CO. Atluitii On
Caught With Stolon Horse.
Sfll to Th World.
ADA April 21. Horso stealing
the great crlmo of olden days was
saln brought up when three men of
Stonewall H. Hulsoy S. Manuel nnd
I' Delozler. wero arrested nnd
hrousht to tho county Jail at Ada
'charged with stealing a horse. It
Is reported that tho horso was. in
Ihelr poshcsslon whon they wero arrested.
A perfect Marocl that will last.
Scientific facial and scalp treat-
ment Soft water shampoo.
Inectn hair coloring and mani-
curing. Natural human hair
roods. Franco American Toilet
New York Haif Shop
and Beauty Parlor
10 S. Main otct licnbcrs'ti.
loo to n.5o
C I GAUETTE
K . TWENTY for
Xicoett k Myers Tobacco Co.
Between a man's foot and
his shoe the fine silk of the
Phoenix fabric brings stout
protection and lasting com-
fortat small cost. Silk fibers
i i.i i
are ion or ana to lie n ana
Phoenix silk hosieiy for men
is making remarkable strides
iii sales these days because
of the great mileage it gives
and the shapely elegance it
carries to the end of its jour-
ney. : '
- Ask for No. 284 at 80c; No. 2S1 at $1.
Phoenix Lisle 50c and 40c
Children's Sox and Stockings 60c andup
Itegiilnr it ii 1 1 Out .Sizes
1. . . r
'No. 368 Cordovan grays blacks etc. . T .. ..$1.95
Nq. 80S Black white Cordovan gray . . .;. . . .$2.35
No. 374 Outsize Cordovan black and-whitc . ....$2.35
The Largest Distributors of Phoenix Silk Hosiery in the Southwest
Save Your Hair
S4On401iitmt torfctr nitdrulTn(tlthlrf .7c
South -Boston Street
Eycrythinjr now all outaid
rooms with bnth steam heat(
lelcpboue in each room. -
1 'h'ftrli imlwr
lll.n.mn ily Hr.l lW f'jtfllir M't WWW '
F. B. Deshon & Co.
Mir. South .Main fit
A Good Sign to Go By
In M-lcctliis ii liliu-o to illne ion lll m'vrr cn ninR
nlirn )l)ll cIioono uno illhilioiiK 1 1 f iilmo bleu. Wtl
nr iiiimiiIiitn. Wo nro mm- mtvIiib liunilrciN nf
ici)ili. dully tllli tln c'liiiW'c.Nt fiKiil iimilucl.H the
iiiiiiUcI nf fouls. I'ri'Kli Vrui'lahhw 'lViuk-r SIchLk
.Mile) Hunzts mill u hplrndlil tthMirt mi'iit of I'lr.s
CnkcM SiiIiiiIm anil I'aMry (iiM)ilM.
PRICES ARE VERY REASONABLE
520 SOUTH MAIN
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The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 204, Ed. 1, Friday, April 22, 1921, newspaper, April 22, 1921; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc77703/m1/3/: accessed September 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.