The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 20, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 20, 1921 Page: 3 of 20
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TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 1021
mnnrp OOCiDCQ ' Kansas Citu Sustains
hUKDllO OUU1ALO ! fire fj0SH 0f $50fi00
'YANK' SCHOOLS i
WINS IN CONTEST
KANSAS CITY Mo. On 19
Twn homes weie lumnlctt-lv burned i
nml a half doirn other In the
liloi-k were slliehtly damaged by
. . msj- hwk were siiieutiy ilunisaeu iy
Oorq Vocational 1 rainillg fin. which marteri In a lumner pile
tL..1q Aw niscniirnir- !" "J? "r ''f.. "f. ?.lL'In?l!!!!?
JVv3"ta - w o i I'uiiuuiBn hi aim nna i.rsnu avenue
imr Rn Vnr l1'1'" this afternoon A foilsk wluri
lMJ k3U J. ui fanned tin- War Tin- loss wnsl
" estimated at IfiO.uoi)
BUT 5000 BENEFITED WOULD ENDOW BAC0NE
Methods Pursued Not Basical-
ly sound and Thousands of
Veterans Arc "Paying"
UA.-iI! KOTOS fret. 19. T'ttvc-
tl 1 .-una of the Kovernmont'n
-'II llllllltllt .j - v t .
fur li'avr been "most die-
Col. Charles II. l'nrhou.
dr ' t f tin- veterans' buronu dn-
r.i -iiy 111 a report to l'resl-
d n Harding.
mil noon wittiest tlio third
.iry of the HlKIllMlf of tlio
' lorlies pointed out "and
i 5 000 of the thousands who
k-n oeatlonal training havo
liibUIUted to become Useful
in said lila personal Investl-
f (fovernnient vocational
- IihiI convinced lilm Hint tlio
... ....rancul WHa Mill "1 1.1 fttf'll 1
's- . 'i ' and rcpeutcil his recom-
:i mr wie eniuuiioiiuiiJHi
1 vnallonul unlvoistty.
. uti":i of all contracts with
i-rinotrra who am eharjjed
iih iUir from serlvoe men and
g money from the treasury
onc-ratluti of no-called "vo-
ca'i nn institutions" would bo next
;(.! i hs i anipaiKii ur oj-kiihu
on labor board
- .-rr.u mo?.: r.ui: osr.
lc prmlilcnt or tho urotiicriiooii
k lUilivay Trainmen at his offl'-o
Vis afternoon .illd not take Jilace.
a.iu - of T. C. Cashcn president of
Hi.- tuwichmcn's union which has
ma! Mimmon causo with tho "bit;
i u ' unions to como to Cleveland.
is Am by Leo as the roason for
tho inrelUillon. I
l'cnnsylMinla S'ol J'scumiI. I
T i- threo leaders of railway
un! na with hendquartorn hore W.
S. Pt.- of tho engineers W. CI. iAfe
of thf trainmen and W. S. Carter of
the f.rcmen will tako night tralno
to Chi- ago arriving thcro early to-
Mono today set at rest rumors
that i lie Pennsylvania lines wcro
not in luded In tho strike call.
"The Pennsylvania Is the fourth
group m which tho strike becomes
effect.vo November f." ho said. "I
am not Informed as to whether any
organization af.ected has (a led
tcurc a majority vote on these lined
but under tho rules of the brother-
hoods tho voto to taken by croups
and not by railroads so that Is a
matter of rclatlvo unimportance.
The men will strlko on all Pennsyl-
vanla lines unless a settlement Is
Indian YVnimin Ulio-c liiixliiind Will
I Mlii'iitnl lit School Will (.hi-
Hl'rrlal In The olid.
WAHIIIN'irroN. Oct. 19 - I'ri-sl.
dnt Wi-i-k" Haconr university and
Mlsrt Alice itobi-rtson appeared be.
foro Indian Commissioner Hurlte
tills morniiiK. "lid asked approval for
arcuptanci' endowment of (100000
fur the university orphanage to be
donated by Mrs. JeannetU Uarnett I
wlfo or tleorge Mariiett of Mcintosh!
county. Mrs. Uarnett hi no rslatlon
to Jackson Hamuli.
Mr. ami .Mrs. Harnett havo no
ehlldren. Uarnsit himself was edu-
cated at Itscone. Mrs. Uarnett has
several hundred tlmtiiMnd dollars In
bonds. While a restricted Indian
she is not under a xuardlan but
must Iihmi tho nppinvnl of thn In-
dian office before she can make the
The president secretary and treas.
urer of the Uaptlst home mission of
Now York also were inesent. llurko
expects to render a decision tomor-
row which lrf believed will be favorable.
CHARGE ATTEMPT BRIBERY
.Mini Arrrsfwl In New York Offered
l)r Officer .MIOIIO Is rlnlin.
S'KW YOUK. Oct. 19. Charged
with attemntlutr to bribe Chief Pro-
hibition Enforcement Ytllowley
with (CO 000 and kIvIiik a brlbu of
tfiOO to Green Miller special en-
furccmetit iiKent for permission to
look at a f tin of canceled llnuor per
mits a man who nald his name was!
N.i m Alttrlt-hf wnm liel.l liv fml.r.'l
iiK' tits here today
"You guys are a pack of dopes"
Albright was reported to havo snld
when arrested. "I've sot all the
dough In thLii town and everything
to back us f"llows sewed ok. I rep-
resent ten big dlstlllcrlrs."
HELD ON MURDER CHARGE
I.AWTON. Oct. 1U. Charges havo
been preferred against John llrown
army private who rodo Into Kort
Sill military resrvallon October 11
with tlio bodies of two soldiers al-
leged deserters whom he said ho had
killed according to a statement Is-
sued today by Col. Krcd Austin head
or a hoard of officers appointed to
Invcsllir ito the affair.
The charges nllegu 161atlon of the
nlnty-thlrd article of war whleh
gives authority for military prosecu-
tion for murder and manslaughter
IIINTIM'KD 'U(iM I'AllR OSK
Tulsa cup from her opponent Mrs.
'Catherine 13. right whoo steed
was linn Ton from ilie (iulsenberiy
At Hwsllhes stables oi Hamilton M.
Mrs. Wright was driwng Hon Ton for
the first time.
In the officers" mount rlass Old
Warrior MaJ. John T. Kennedy of
Kort Will a borne which "saw
service" In Krnncu ami was shrapnel
woundnd won while Tecitmseh.
owned by MaJ. J. 13. lswls of Kort
Hill ciittiH second; Midnight owns.l
and ridden by Miss Marlon Jones
of Warrensburg Mo. third and
Pink owned by .Major Lewis fourth.
With more experience in Judging
horse shows than perhaps any other
one man Iloger Pcmhcrton Judge
at the Tulsi horse show snld yea-
lerday that he hid never seen any
show move off with the precision
and smoothness . that ehararterlaes
tho show here nor had he ever seen
one better managed. The Tulsa show
Is planned and managed by Dr.
The show I'rlday night will open
at 8:15 o'clock. Ite-tomers'at the
shows thus far have found that
they havo missed a part of thn ex
hlblttnn for the Nm entries are
brought Into the track promptly at
8:15. Tho Saulrdsy children's
matinee promises to be a big fea-
ture of the five-day show.
Tin program for Krlday night
IjuIIck. 1'Up (ialti-il Clans:
Doctor D. gelding. W. K Wiggins
Tulsa; Ilex Hhawmut gelding yuls-
senhcrry anil Mwallhe Hamilton
Mo.; Lady In flrey. Mrs. W. L.
Lewis Tulsa; Kvabcl Mrd. A. 13.
Lewis Tulsa; dinger Miss Marlon
Jonns Warrensburg Mo ; Kva
Arnold Mist Marlon Jones War-
rensburg Mo.; ltexnna Chief Park-
view Hiding Academy. Kansas City.
Mo. Hi-auihamp. 13. It Perry
Tulsai Nellie Nelslo II. S. Orlcs
Tulsai HlBlitaway V. I.. Moore
Tulm; Hltin Hell Chas. V. lluesnr.
Mineral Wells Tuxas.
Walk Irol t'linlcr Class.
Hon Ton.' gelding. Qulssmhcrry
and Hwnlthes llumllton. Mo.; Kllte
marc Qulsacnberry and Kwalthes
Hamilton Mo.: Catherlno Countess
mure V. L. Lewis. Tulsa; Moniteau
gelding Miss Marlon Jones War-
rensburg Mo.; Naraka gelding
Capt. Jno. W. llafferty Vt. roll;
Mustard gelding Lt. M. M. Cor-
ponnlng. 1't. yillj Madclon mare
llaltwood Hlnbles Carthagf Mo. '
Nmlco linn Harness Horses
Major My King H. K. Crutchfleld
Weston Mo.: Doctor D. W. 13. Wig-
gins. Tulsa Okla.j I Am King. W. L.
Lewis Tulsa Okla.i Marylln Miller
W. V. Ii wis Tulsa Okla.j Ciarlna's
Host llallwood Htablcs Carthage.
Mo.; nomplng Pevlne Parkview
Hiding Academy Kansai City Mo.;
Iady In Hlack. II. N. Hrlcs Tulna
Okla.; lllghtaway 1. 1.. Mooro
Tulsa Okla.i vUUsy Horty Mrs.
Walter i:. Wright. Tu'.sa Okla.
Walk Trot Cnntrr Pain
131lte and Doudctto Quessenberrv
an l Hn-althes Hamilton. Mi K.n lif-
eline I'ouiil'Si and Mill' L.
Lewis Tulsa: Hvnbel .md I'-iliamn
Mrs. A. 13 Lewis. Tills.i t nnann-d.
Mls Marion Join . Wan nshurg
M. Mudvlon and Mate Hilhvood
Htablcs Carthage Mo platinum
and Male. Parklek Hiding Acad-
emy Kansas City. Mo ; Velnte stete
and Mate Capt. Walter C. 1-ntli-more
l-'t. Hill; Naraka and Male
Capt. John W. ltnfferty Vt. mil.
I'lM! (inlli-il Saddle tielillug.
Doctor D W. I Wlglns Tulsa.
Hex Shawmut. Qulssenlii-ny and
Hwslthes Hamilton Mo . Mas or
Hold W. 1.. lwls. Tulsa (linger.
Miss Marlon Jones Win rcn-'Mirg
Mo.: Itomplng Pevlne pinkMi-w
Hiding Academy Kansas I'ltj Mo
Heailchainp 13. H. Piri). Tulsa
Klghlaway. K L. Mooie Tulu
Midnight. Miss Mmi.-.i J'.n. -
Warn-nsbuig. Mo . Il.ilik. r.ipt
Walter C. tjitllniore. It Sill nld
$ c..f . ci.1.1 r . .. i. -
in unu9L)iuiimiriiv.uuuiia 4
f 1.. it.. x
an n 1 1 141 iy y
Wttrri'ii M.ijnr r L nn.l
l't Hill. Te tin- 1. M 1 1 r .1 :
Lewis. PI. Sill Mui itl capt M M
Corpcnnlng l't 8111 St'tke Capt
M. 1. Corpetinlng l't Hill lUrdy.
Cnpl. M M. Cot penning Kt Hill.
Tho wcitds etntcio .f an '
nisi In -11 pii'M-1 t-i cxtinJ id' 3'
inil'-s 1 l-i- tin- eai III.
I'nr fft etTeiilffWi. tlil old e-
liMiiiwmiMle tme) Un 110 ilml.
You'll nrve'r know how quickly a
bad cough l.iii he coiuiueteil until vou
try tins famous old liome-niade rem-
edy. Anyone who has coughed all
day and all night w.ll nav that the
Immediate relief given is almost lik
macir. It u verv eamlv prepared
and there is nnUtim 'w-ttrr for coughs.
Into a pint linttlr nut i!V ounres
of Pinexi thru add plain granulated
sugar sjrup to nuke it full pint Or
you tan use clarified molasses honey
or corn srrup. instead of sugar svrup.
r.ith'r way the full pint saves about
two-thirds of the money iiiuallv
pent for cough preparations anil
gnes you a mure ponlue efTeclie
remedy. U keens perfcdlv and
tastes pleasant children like it.
You can feel this take hold instantly
soothing and healing the membranes
In all the air passages. It promptly
loosens a dry tight cough ami soon
you wM notice Ilia phlegm thin out
and disappear. A day's ui- will usually
break up an ordinary throat or chest
cold and it a also splendid for brnn-
rhitn croup hoarseness and bron-
Pincx is a most valuable conrcn-
tralwl compound of genuine Norway
pine extract tho most reliable rem-
edy for throat and cheek o.lments.
To avoid disappointment ask vmir
druggist for "2'. ounces of l'.ii-"
I with directions ami don't accept anv-
1 thini else tlti.ir.infeeil in nnm 4!....
lute satisfaction or money refunded.
Tho I'inex Co. l't. Wayne Ind.
Match Your Suit
With extra t r o u a i r tlio
variety of pat terns prcKcnted
here affords tins advantaKo at
mi in v
n 1 i
Hobstt a. M Hlrnev
l'uneial Director. 911 x. fnln
Phone Oaig IH-ISs Adit
96 Pairs at $4.95
133 Pairs at $5.95
102 Pairs at $6.95
288 Pairs at $7.95
469 Pairs at. . .'$9.95
Thnn Present Mnrltel Vnluc
SliLKCTUD from fino miitinjr patlorna worst edn
eassinicres unfinished wor.stods in fancy or plain
blues .silk mixtures stripes Kabortlincs tweeds
checks hcrriiiKhonoH etc. Hand-finished tailoring by
Kupiienheimer and other niakera of IiIkIi Krade rep-
utation. Sizes 28 to fit) waist measure.
Tulsa's Livcst Leading Men's Stoic
N'KVV YOHK Oct. 19 V mooting
c' tho oastern railroad executives
will be held In this city tomorrow
afternoon to discuss a general
polKy to bo followed In tho event
he threatened railroad etrlko mate
NKW YOHK. Oct. 19 All rail-
roads coining Into New York to-
morrow will begin advertising for
men to operate trains In case of a
strike A member of the General
Managers association today said
notice wouIl bo Inserted In morn-
ing and afternoon papers offering
permanent employment to men tin-
ployea to "fill such' vacancies as
S'KW YOHK Oct. 19. Member
of -.ho Seamen's union will refuse to
man coastwlso passenger boat
re.i hlng New York If thero Is a
railr-nd strike according to John
P. Walsh an organlzor for tho
WIFE BREAKS WITH WIZARD
Ar. Parker May Attempt to Kmc
Pl'INrtlltil IVirfiiiut I.Vsisii IPiuuil t ni'u
' Ml' AGO. Oct 19. A financial IjjS
"in oeiween Harrison m. rarser.
tie flnancinl wizard and his wife.
Mr.i i:dlth H. Parker loomed to-
day r- online to uttorneys for
Tin financier's wife It was in-
tll'.i'ul. would attempt lo savu her
Perinnal fortunn from tho ruins of
hrr liusbund'a alleged biwlness col-lap-s
Mm. purkor It was also
will will tako the witness stand
at hr federal probe Into the af-
futis of tho Co-opornilvo Society of
Her attorneys said today Mrs
Tarkcr would beconio a creditor
JMtnet the Co-operative concern
for (350000 if a dissolution of tho
couplos business affairs watt effected.
I Don't Fail
H Victor i
m Machines Qf
to Sec the
One of the Most Novel and Attractive Features of
the Big Show.
A Kansan Ih tho Inventor of a
tog for hotel keys so largo that a
rnan cannot conveniently put a key
In uis pocket and with spacca for
adertlsoment that can bo changed
Most Women Can Have
Saj-3 Dr. Edwards q Well-Known
. fr FM.Edwsrds for 17 years treatfC
cores ol women for liver and bowel ail
menu. During these years he gave to
M patients a prescription made of a
"cii-Riiown vcgctaoie ingieajenia
Wwd with olive oil naminff them'
pr Ldwards' Olive Tablets. You will .
www them by their olive color
iv i taD'e'a are wonder-workers on '
we liver and bowels wWch cause a
normal action. carryinK off the waste
ma poisonous matter in one's 6ystcm.
. you have a pale face eallow look
ouaeyes. pimples coated tonpie head-
"hes a listless no-good feeling all out
?it.inac'' bowels you take one
fUr Edwards' OUve Tablets nighUy
or: a i time and note the pleasing resulta.
n tnousands of women and men takn
"r. Edwards' Olive Tablets the suc-
jwsful substitute for calomel now and
ta lust ta keen Uicm.lit.15c and 30c. j
You Can't Afford to Neglect Your Teeth
Every dayx's delay is precious tihie wasted when your
teeth need attention. Fenr of pain is groundless and
futile. With our modern methods and applied science
wc eliminate all suffering. Then too it's false economy
to wait because the earlier your teeth receive attention
the less work it will require to treat nnd restore them.
Gold Dusi Rubber Plates
A $30 Plate
for 10 Days
Unsurpatsed for lightness and ? n g-y. Cf
strength fl's any mouth never drops p g "B.OU
or Interferes with speech tins no taste
permits perfect mastlcajlon.
Savins; a tooth permanently with our 12-korat gold or porcelain
crowns Is an Achievement In which we take pride. Mining teeth
can be restored with our natural appearing bridgework If only a
few solid roots remain In cither Jaw. Prices as low as 1 6 per tooth.
OFFICI3 HOUItSi S A. M. TO 8 P. M.
- You can get your money back for The Black Shells
if fcr any reason at all you don't like them. Just
bring' back the unused part of the box and we will
refund to you without question the price of the
The Black Shells have reached so high a state of
perfection in waterproofing in speed in power and
in uniformity that we can make this unlimited
&y Smokelcrx and Black Powder
Try The Black Shells if you don't know them. You can
get your pet load for every kind of shooting in smokeless or
UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY Now York Manufacturer
We male eiactly the
lime cimJMcc null
Tlietr is no 21 Long
Rifle cattnJce c-
cuiate at distances from
SO to 250 yarn's as U. S.
22 N. R.A. Long Rifle
Lesmoli Cartridges. This
it 50 more yards of ac-
curacy than has hitherto
been possible with 22
Solid bullet for target
bullet for mull game.
Cost no mote. Ask for
Southern Hardware Company
317 South Main St. Osage 1800
Drs. LONG &
ROOMS 20S.208A.aO9 HEOUItlTY IICII.niNO
COItNKU NKCO.N'D AMI MAI.V I'JIO.M' OHAOi: 8230
Men! Are You Ready for
the Hunting Season?
Whether you want a shotgun for small gimio or a high-
power rifle for hifj game you'll find here tho finest col-
lection of firoarmB to he found anywhere.
Southern Hardware Company
Complete November List
NOW ON SALE
Sweet Lady. Medley Fox-Trot
Fouth Sea Isles. Medley Fox-Trot Thr Harry I
InalJoat. Medley Fox-Trot Tht Hnfpv Sir A -3468
Kmaline. MmileyKox-Trot Ytrlt$ Ja:nrimbaOrthfttra j 85c
Sally. Won't You Cotnn Hack. Medley Fox-Trot
TtA Levit ami Hit Hand A-3453
Second Hand Itoae. Medley Kox-Trot 1 55c
Tfd Lewia and Hit Hand
Wore. Wancniues. Fox-Trot Tedlsvit and;tanl A-3464
llonni Again Hlues. Fox-Trot Ted 1 irii and 1 1 it Jiandf 85c
Molly O. Fox-Trot Arl lllckmin't Orfteilrttl A. 3458
Good-bye Frctty Ilutlerflies Art Iliclman't Orchtttra 85c
I Ain't Nohody's Darlins. Bone Fox-Trot 1A..1-IG9
Frankfn and Johnny Ilirt TtUtandCnnU
Remember. Wallx Frintt't Dance Orchtitra
In My Tippy Canoe. Medley Wslti
Vtitn'i Dancr Orchttlra
I'll Keen on Lovinc You CuiJo Dt to1A-34Si
Crooning Guido Dfiro
Soldier's Joy Massa's in lli Cold CoM Ground-
Turkey in the Straw (Medley of Jits and Reds)
Little Yaller Oal-OId ninrk Joe
Jock Tannon'a Hornpipe (Medley of Jles and Reels)
OriVtilal Or(ht$tra E-72SA
Otitntal Orchettra 85c
My Sunny Tennessee flroadieny Quartet
Tuck Me to Sleep in My Old Kentucky Home
' Dal und Rtatio
I'm Lnokine for a Dlueblrd (to Chase My Ulties
Away) Marion HatrU
Sweet CooWo Afarion IlarrU I
In the Old Town Hall Van it SchtntlcA'3iil
What's-a Gonna He Next Van t- Sehtndc J 85c
Who'll Do tho Kcxt Ono (to Cry Over You)
Chart tt Hanium
If You Only Knew KoVin )a!
Sleepy Head " DaU rnut Iitardon
I'aro ThM Well Love Fare Thee Well
Columbia SUlUr Quartet
I Ain't Givln' Notliln' Away Southern Quartet
iiweet Mi. nun a (I'apa'a Gettinc Mad)
Because Charles Hack til
La Korea del Deatino (Pace Pace MIo DIo)
Sainton and Delilah Love
Lend Me Tby Might
Gent lo Annie 0ir Seagle
Ol' Car'llna Oarar Utagle and Halt Quartet
Those Songs My Mother Ued to Sine
Thinklnc of You Carmeln Powullt
Paraphrase on Tschaikoviky's Klower Waltz 1a.B102
'Percy Grainger T.01
Weddinc Day at Troldhauecn Percy Grainger) ?
Solvelu's Soni EMv Uroicn I A-344!)
Serenade Kipusnola Eddy llrown J $1.00
Monastery Hells. Key of "F" Sharp Major
CinctnnaH Symphony Orchestra
Intermezro Sinfonico from Cavalleria Rusticana
(lino AfarinwKi and llie Symphony OrchctUral
March Rocracdo Vtnfr'j flandl A.619B
When the Grand Old Flag Goea Dy Princt'i Band ($125
A'it Columbia RtJ
mn Sat at alt Columbia
Daltf tho 10th and
20th of Low Month
Fif r I ft
l't livf Ami pvr lW
COM'MBIA GRAPHOPHONK COMPANY New Vo
AT LOWER PRICES
i j!i today and see the Columbia Orafonola universally recocnlzed
un tlie nioili'rii phonoBrnph heenuso of Its many oxrlusho Ira-
l.r.iviimiits which no other Instrument ran duplicate.
C'.luinMii (.rafonolaB were thn first photiOKruphs to havo their
.rm a ii diKi-d to pre-war lovels saving aa high as $100 on a
miikIi- standard model.
At today's prlcea you can buy this modern up-to-dato
instrument for It's nioiie) than you would pay
L riir 11 n filller lnlf7n rt nlinnf.tfrnr.h
Qgy bold exclusively ny
Darro w Music Co. ; tt
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