The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 294, Ed. 1, Friday, July 22, 1921 Page: 3 of 16
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TULSA DAILY WORLD FRIDAY JULY 22 1021
TO STAND PAT ON
I for il.nmi:
1 IllR. Till."
FIRST DECISION ;
Ity cann.'t ho hflit liable
' mnt.nn. l. thi' uprl-
tllllllilt 1 ...mt.
Iccal derisions one nt them Ht Noi-
man. oltli. In- i xiilnlni il. llnkm n
rfIUeiit ot thn lntpr.lt.n ii Mjf lot U
here. 11c romcMcd tti.it th r-.im-
nillteo ri.uh mmc ilefmlu' mcicm.
.-.ii.iipfion Committee T"L.r''.BI'r'l' .'' in-. r the
Arramst Rebuilding of :''.'!'; n ho nw m h r...
jaiuou . " levrrt of ftUHpctini. nn.l they will
Little AtriCcl ! know what thrir ttutm nH It re-
. j lati'B to ihi'so pl.inH.
WHITES BIG LOSERS : ACCUSED OF PERJU RY
Only S- of 338 Property Own
crs in Burned District
ins i ' '
Of fie IS Persons thnt Miffnrnl
m-onc v i In tho notrro district
P . ihn rcppnl ncffro mirl1
S3 wore nrKroi'H according
t submitted to tho rncon-
coiiimlttto ut Itu meotlnif
nftornoon by l'rod 1.
o trMary. Kitchen mndii
tlvo Investigation of m-
o courthou.-w beforn rom-
t report ho" explained.
jjer wi c wimen who nunnrvu
ir 12 r ticrty owners coiiiu noi no
dfttrr i .MeasurinR mo com-t.!iratl-.
irars to whiten and tie-
L it hen found that 2300000
Luv ' et Is owned by whiten 1-
tt(0 .- iuare feet by negroe. and
ounert of tho remaining 100000
Mime ' t I In doubt.
The 'umllteo voted unanimous-
ly t -'.iiul pat" on Its previous dn-
t im convert tho burned area
Int.. Indjiirtrlal district nnd a
unlcn s a'lcm ulto rcjiardless of the
reiju t i cscntcd a few duy. npo
! th chamber of comnierc and I.
S 11 ' hlson president o the He-
tall Mcr hants association. Several
memui -a of tho committee us vvll
as othcra wero asked to cxprem
T. .. .nnr.1l..V thn ir.i.nD.il
ymonK them were Henry Brandon
Kiretary of tho Junior chamber ot
com1 ' c W O. Huck vlco proM-
ifnt ' ho Central National bank;
Lieut CjI U J K. Hooncy Mayor
T I) 1 an? S It. Lewis chalrmiui
ard Tt1 Hrady vice-chairman of
the r nstruetlnn committee O. H.
Oump I rimk II. Ismg Mrs. I.llah
S. llndw mid 1J. K. Short nil of
nhom declared tho comtnliteo
wou il make a mlstuko If It hhould
rfsclal the flro limit ordinandi nnd
allow t ' obi district rebuilt aa It
ins b f re tho uprising.
Will Not lt-lnl Tiro Iiaws.
"Th ie aro no restrictions against
free'): if buildings that coma within
the V e ordinance" Brady declared.
"When s.imlar firo llmltn have been
itndrd Into white districts In the
past they have conformed to thoni
vitnoui quiunnni? iiiero aro nom
Mho appear to bcllovo tho cnmmlt-
tfesh'Uld have erected a $3000000
union s'atlon and half a dozen largo
nholialo houfes In tho burned area
iy this time. Wc hope to havo
them but theso things uro not ob-
tainable at will. If everyone will
ttand up now like tho Tills inn did
ho litter) Tulsa from tho enwpath
lllase it once was wo may havo
the i ity hero we expect.
"I ani most emphatically not with
those who would turn back at this
Hagc If you want to t-eo what Is
being dmo out In tho negro section
so cut and look for yoursvlf. This
thing is solving Itself. Probably a
hundred houses have already been
erertid out there. To turn back I
now w md hold Tulsa back for 25 i
years We must get factprlcs hero
and devc'np tho city's trade terrl- p
tory and that Is tho logical place
for them to locate. If tho chamber
of comtnerco won't mnvo out and
help g t Tulsa's sharo ot this trade
l'. S. (Vimitil.sMnix'r Camm Arrest
of Iom-- on CIiiii-ku nt l aNlf)lll
on Criminal ItomN.
11. 11 .losey K'Ofi wr Uradv
street was arrested Wednesday for I lug
aueMci MisiryiiiR of properly own- The cotnplnlnt was brought against
11 "'Minis muni .or personi i tlB rn iifler an alleged nttark had
4 PLEAD NOT GUILTY
I'olltv Officer nnd I'liniu'r Officers '
.Makn IIiiimI fur Trial un Charge
nt llobtilng Mclntiirrt.
charged with conl'Miit robbery.'
"Iloi " Iiiisett nnd V. K. Hlnimermaii
pollen officers; H -y Mea ham tus-'
pended oftl. ei and Hilly Hunrt.iy.
former seerrlury In the chief of po-
lice were arraigned belore Justice I
H. C Msxey Wednesday afternoon '
and their bonds fixed nt lj.000
pending their preliminary hearing I
The three men sunendered them-
selves to the i nunty authorltlm
after h wartant had been sworn out
bv C. o Mi-lntiirff fi.riner police I
officer charging the men with Ink-
by force J10 f l o in Ills pel -ion.
who were under Indictment for fed
ral lolatlons and was lodged In
Jail in default ot JS.uOii bond.
The man was arrested on order
of Cnlteil States Commissioner
Charles I.. Yam ey when otiilnvestl-
gatlon It was found that Jnvy had
been luado on .Mclnterff by the
Only n few minutes elapsed nfier
thn three men bad been arraigned
when citizens of Tulsa nino to their
aid and furnished more than
mado certain property bunds tor ! ?"ol!Rh to C(vrr lllu no"nt of the
men nrrested on ebarges of vlnlat-
ing liquor laws when ho did not
own the property ho gave as &ecur.
Ity. At least tho property hn gave
an Ills own Is not listed among tho
county records under his name
Agnl Yelcran In Toill
Pt-elnl to The WerM.
MIAMI July 21. Amlr-un Tie
a civil war veteran 76 years t Id has
been found guilty of as-uult .till
fined 15 and costs.
Say Can You Sing?
Oh say can you sing from tho.start ?!)l"j""r!r..k wilhoul dlsturblnK tto
to tho end
What so proudly you stand for when
thn orchestra plays It?
When tho-whnlo congregation . In
voices that blend
Strike tip the grand tune and then
torture and slay It.
How valiant they shout when theyro
first starting out.
Hut "The dawn's early light" finds
them flouudiirlng about;
TLt 'Tho Star Spangled Manner"
they're trying to sing
Hut they don't know tho words of
the prorlous brave thing.
Hark "Tho twilight's last gleaming"
has snmo of them stopped.
But tho valiant sutvlvors frrss for-
To "tho rampart wo watched" when
somo others nro dropped
And the loss of thn leaders Is mani-
Then "Tho rocket's red glare" gavo
the bravest u scare
And there'" few left to face 'The
bomb's bursting nlr."
'TIs a thin line of horos that man-
age to savo
The Iiut verso and "The homo of
Lexington (111.) Journal.
Thn power plant of a new motor
iruex ran nc removed with a port.
radiator or nn part of t tin body
pel milling ii in w nvdor to In quick-
rAiinot liotm nr to bAcnini) fttronv ana
M'll niraei un n tiuy lm plenty f
Ite 't Th h tea l.tnml ot Ihr kind that
'.if'inl lr'h NtjiHtia Iron lielpn mke
Niixnt.i Irrtn 1 i.K th Iron in or
))l.)ol nii.t likfi lie iron In rlnaell. ten
t i!s Mid arplre hIuIa lnrt.iUlc Irnn in iron
JiMt un it rolnM from th" notion et
ntrnhir nrldii on iron fllinni. Ntliated Iron
to-e not Injure the trrth nor upptl liiw
elomsch. It le en entirely illttircnt thlnir
fioui ordinery tuetilllr iron it q'llckly
I ripe make rlt Ii rvd blood. rtltatlxe
wornoiit. xhuetd ncrve nd (rlvo you
nw etrenmti end enery 0er 4 000.000
veopie annually nre intlnif it At alt druir
clou. !lrit ut auiiatitulea. The cen
ulnn han N J ettin-d en every tablet
Alwsa leabit on having the renulne.
iForRrd BlooI.Strnlh and Endurano)
thai is rlffhtfllllr hnrs T w:nf In
r.fT 'hit I will lend my humble of-
ior's t ward organizing a bunch
Owns 'o Irfitul In District.
Ilrady declared emphatically that
he does not own any. property In or
hear the burned district as did
Iyw.s potli stated they owned ad-
ditions thero Heyoral years ago but
that all lots havo been sold to nc-
e" nav pain tnem out or
''I will glvo J1.000 to any man
ho prove that I or any mem-
ber rt mv family owns a lot In tho
ournet district or in tho new dirt-
U t noMlieast of tho burned area"
Lewis ir larcd banging his fist
orwn upon the table. "I undern'.aud
1 fep rt has been circulated that I
on e.urh property there nnd I
want t say that anyono who says
j an i a malicious coward. In 1920
I disposed of an addition out there
MUlng tho lots to negroes. They
hje uaiy aj pal(1 out..
Ihlgii Siipixirt to ComniltU'o.
The ril rra cstato exchango at
Its W fh luncheon Thursday noon
passed a resolution commending tho
"I'onstt-u tion cotnmitteo nnd the
for tho stand they havo nlready
"ker md pledging Its support to
ny fur'acr action along similar
"hts lt was reported by M. J. CUass.
presides of tho exchango.
Oeorg Oardner of Oklahoma
uty sub. sted that tho west half of
uumni district bo used for
"holesle purposes sotting aside
tiree hi ks for a union station. nd
'"t naif be used for a.
lobbins Incubator" the city to
' "l "iimmoth building divided
in'o offi.es and storerooms for tho
hl "ceupants and allowing
m to uso thla incubator until
uen t n.e as they ro ablo to erect
.!. buildings. Ho suggested
v"' '-'road track run under tho
ouiininp a holding company could
wy""'1"''1. 10 explained and Issue
. f virloua denominations
' io ocnta. selling them and
liiw n th0 government did
OpKs. DMrict llohulldlng.
inere aro onl. tw0 way() 0 S0V(J
-ViJ III u ll-ll. . U
First in Real Service
Features of Dixie Auto Cleaners
All clfanlnp apparatus la
mounted on motnr nulp
mcnt to tf ndr nr . t
vcur home or rrtven ga
lltry pliai of Htitmnnbltt
clrnlnir It euppcUlly cured
for with an Individual
fervjris whlrh my tit II
Ufl 1nltvli1uallv or na a
Th romptete fpvlc tn
KeRiiUr waihlnff lo r
mat o all lou mud and
rieantntr and polUhlnp to
rU the appearance re-
move nil create protect
the body ftnlah.
Interior vacuum cleaned
riaeollne atoinlxr elenntn
of niotorit rminlnt; tcera
and all mechanical parti.
Dixie Auto Cleaners
418 North Main St.
Omiro 71 IS
i'Pl- Ono Is to provide
t'rrm. . U "Woes to ncntiire
lalid t!v BOme other location !1"I
t .... mtiruii or niiow mem
An..... w uilUI UJDItL UI1U
3 "s iney sen fit. However
s strongly opposed to tho
g of Little Africa as it once
'ver tho new district wdll
.-ny housoi under con-
i H. flumn stnted. "Wo
Hju ' nurnp siaien. -vo
it 1'r."j'a'V nnd not back track'"
" ' r S
OU' r .
flan r r
n by Frank H. Iong was
i-erniiro tho legal financial
estate and housing coni-
givo comprchenslvo ro-
meeting next Thursday
If posslblo. a practical
' rehabilitating tho burned
11 determining tho city's re-
nL'sr.nM Jf IJnkes statc.f he has
HERE'S tho way of that "dclic-
iously Different" flavor that
rich creamy quality and real
SUPER-PURITY of inimitable
Watson & Aven
It's Frozen In
A tmosphere 100
- Times PURER
Than Ordinary Air!
Watson & Aven
Merchant or "Storekeeper"
Which Do You Patronize?
War's aftermath the readjustment of prices and the return to
Normalcy following the great upheaval the equal of which has never heforc been recorded
in history resulted in the complete annihilation of former standards of value and called for keenest percep-
tion of vision to inec.L tho cvoi'-changinij; market eonditions. tn such a time as this hundreds of "storekeepers" seek safety
through cancellation of orders. This leaves manufacturers with large surplus stocks on their hands. At the same time money
has tightened up compelling sacrifices that often involve more than 50 per cent loss of the investment.
With this a condition not a theory con-
fronting the retail world there is only one logical
and practical solution. Curtis Hrown with the determina-
tion of a red-blooded American insisted from the beginning
on giving his patrons the best values and service that ex-
perience and indefatigable effort could offer. Curtis
Brown merchandises the markets regularly and thoroughly.
Every possible avenue for securing quality merchandise at
the very best figures and price concessions is taken advan-
tage of every two weeks. New standards of value-giving in
Tulsa are inaugurated again and again by the Curtis Brown
Store. Special purchase sales follow each other in frequent
order and the procession is not over by a long shot.
lt. tools' many battles to win the war and
after a time the most thrilling reports became
monotonous to some who would compromise and sit at case.
Hut the real Americans never lost heart never let up until
the armistice was declared. So it will take many battles to
restore peace and equity in the industrial world. A year
ago wc declared "WAR" on high prices. "Wo are still fight-
ing in the front line trenches awl insist that tho people of
Tulsa must always enjoy tho same values when they buy
goods as the people of New England New York Ohio Il-
linois or other states. Wo will not accept u flag of truce but
will continue to merchandise tho markets as intensively as
possible. Therefore you may expect to read about our Spe-
cial Purchase Sales frequently. It's live news that will bo
of interest to you and of profit to you as well.
Lower Prices Again Lowered
at Curtis Brown's
A special purchase of 480 two-piece Kuppenheimer Suits from the
surplus stocks of this famous maker of quality clothes. No odds and ends no leftovers no
unknown brands no "war babies" but fresh new garments direct from the Kuppenheimer Tailor Shops
Cool comfortable fabrics: Palm Beach Mohairs Tropicals Flannels Silk Poplins
Shantungs Gaberdines Zephyr Worsteds and Air-o-Weaves in all the latest styles.
We secured them at concessions enabling us to offer them at the lowest prices since
Values to $22.50
Values to $29.50
Values to $44.50
Values to $64.50
Plenty of Longs Stouts and Shorts-Wc Can Fit Men of Every Build
Sraw Hats A Sale of
AT LESS THAN COST
$5.00 Dobbs' Sennits . $2.35
$6 and $7 Fancy Straws ... .$2.95
$7 and $8 Dobbs' Fancies .$3.95
$7.50 Panamas $4.95
$10 Italian Leghorns $5.95
$16.50 Ballibuntals $7.45
White Flannels Fine Wor-
steds and Serges
Values to $15
Palm Beach Pants
IS NOW GOING ON
$3.75 Manhattan Shirts . . .$2.85
$4.50 Manhattan Shirts . . . $3.35
$5.00 Manhattan Shirts . . . $3.75
$6.00 Manhattan Shirts . . .$4.50
$7.50 Manhattan Shirts . ..$5.65
$10.00 Manhattan Shirts . . .$6.85
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In the Front Rank of American Retail Institutions
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