The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 26, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 26, 1921 Page: 2 of 16
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Ttll.XA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20J921
ANNEX RED FORK
County Superintendent Is
Upheld by County
CREATED A RUMPUS
MoolitiK of Cnmmiflftloncrs
Oim of Ut Most Spirited
After nil of I ho rtvirnlnff ami mint
nf th arUrnonn hail hfan sriiit In
th Ukln nf IwUmiifiy pro and oon.
the board nf inmmlMlonnr" Tusailny
afternoon uplinld thi- aitloii takn by
Mn. Mlmntii- Hedsvs 'until amwr-
Intsndsnt. twveral vaka ami when
he authorlrmt that the Rd Fork
ni'IkmiI district Iip nnnejeil to tho
The art ion of the rommlswtonars
bmuirht forth Jrra from the crowd!
iiHirl room where the muslins; wan
held and manv nf I he rrowd illrerl
f personal ntlacks at the rominls-
sinner. The vote In Uphotil Mrs
Helices' action waa 1 to 1. Ira Hhort
nnil Prank Wooden voted In favor of
the plan and dorf M. nilmore
Witnesses ilurlna the diy for those
opimMid to the summation were W.
W At rode A. I'. Wood John Parrot.
W. II roater It. T. Jones wild I. W.
Pllllmcamr. Mr. 1 ledum waa Mian
called to the witness stand. Thntii
testifying In favor nf the plan were
Mm. limine Huperlnlendent 10. 12
nherhnllacr Huperlnlendent tennnx
of lied Kork O. C. Mrooka Neal
Hnrdlaon Kldrcd Ifarillsnn anil Lewis
Cllne former county clerk. V. It.
Nelson waa representing those op-
posed to the plan and A. K. Mntit-
Knttiery represented thoee favoring
Testimony Introduced during tho
morntwt whh Hint the original peti-
tion favnrlnir the plan of annexation
curried the elgnnHire" of 419 lt"d
Korlc nltlzens. Three elector certi-
fied that every alKticr wns a legal
voter and Mra. Heiixes aalil that elm
accepted the petition n.i presented.
It waa through the petition and
her own knowledge of achonl condl-
tlone In lied Kork (Innlon City and
Oakhursl and the difference that
would romn through annexation that
she mndo her original movo authoris-
ing one school district Instead of
two Mra. lledgea testified.
Tlioau opposed to the annexation
produced rctnonatninco petitions
hearing 1301 slcnnlurfls every one
of whom claimed to ho ft legal voter.
In voting to uphold Mrs lledgea
Wooden mild that In past election
thero never hnd hern o vote half
ar largo na tho number elftnltiK tho
remonstrance petitions. "Thoy may
all lie votors" Ito e.lld "hilt thoso
oppoiilng tho plan dug ovury moth-
er's eon In that section. Many of
those stoning tho petition don't hsivo
ihlldron tn school."
C. Htrode publisher of Hed
Fork's wcokly paper and one of the
loudest ol thoso opposed to the an-
nexation nrtmltted on (ho witness
Htnnrt that he hud lived In Hrd Kork
only about threo rnontlia. loiter be
said hn hud been In business thnra
only that long explaining that he
resided In Tulsa lie also sold that
he had no children.
.Vikcil to Join Titian.
Superintendent Ohniholtor said
the mcmbera of tho Hod Fork school
board had come to him and Mra.
Hodges soliciting tun annexation. At
first Ohcrholttiir said ho was skep-
tical ot the plan bcoauso ho retired
that thnrn would be dissension. He
waa assured however ho snld by tho
mombfra of tho Itcd 1'ork board
that Jtcd I'ork wanted tho conso.
ObcrholUer snld that In rase tho
II Mil. I l Inn w IH 'lt 1 hi - nigh Unit t lit
H I ' titk f li'-.H ill. l In- inn"
I mud at Hi" .ime ! . i ' . I ) '1 m tin'
'J ll Wit si t !. I'ml. i lln plan lit
snld Tiilc.i woulil I'laa about 1 101100
to the Had Kork dlatrlut
Ouilng the hearing feeling ran
high and several woman present
with "campaigning ' Two women
im paitlculorly loud In their d-
nounrlatlon of Mhoit Wooden ajid
Mia. Hedges. Threats to vote against
them If they ever again entered the
political field were heard.
In voting against the plan Oil-
more snld that he didn't believe In
making a community take some-
thing whh h the majority hud voted
against. The other i-ommlralimsrs
were of the opinion however that
within six months the Hid Fork
rlilmns opposed to the plan will be
completely pacified. That th an-
nexation will be itmiueatlntmbly of
much greater service to licit Pork
than the old system waa the opinion
of tha two commissioner
After th rumpus hart quieted the
commissioners took up uthr busi-
ness on hand. Tlis resignation of
oc I Wlnsell cnnatablc In Hand
Hillings against whom nusti r pro
cni-dlnga. were filed a week ago and
who waa suspended from offb e bv
the district court was aici-pted. A
to i w constable was not appointed
POST ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
Incumbent Will Mold l ulll After
fUiiMwa City .Meet
RM'II In Thi- W..rl.l
IIAnTI.HHVIt.l.K). Oct 31.- W P
Jorgensen was elected commander of
the James II. Teal post of the Ameri
can I-eglon of llartleavllle at the an
nual ele'tlon hem here Monday
night. Jorgensen succeeds W. r.
(.'usably aa post commander.
other orf Hers eieaeii were ieryi
Johnson vice oommnnder and Har
vey A. 7.uvr adjutant. .Members or
the executive committee elected were
T. 11. Hudson W. II. Leonard. 1. J
McCoy. W. I". f'SMelily. n. U. nococK
and Iteese II. Ogg. W. II rushing
and Krcd Kyle wtro ulacUd ser-geanta-at-arma.
The new officers will not assume
their dullen until the last Monday In
November In order that the present
officers may be In loutro! until after
the leglop convention at Kansas City
wheh will be attended by many
members of iho lbirllesvllle post.
RAID ON GROVE
Wagon Load of Flour Is
Taken From Flcvator
and Trace Lost
CITY SOLVES UNEMPLOYMENT
Ijirgo ContrnrlH Will Ciill for All
Idlo .Men to ii to Work.
SrHl to Th. World.
I'AWIIt'HKA. Oct 25 Pawhlisko
which bus weatliercd thu flnunclwl
gale without any vlaable ncars. la
In a fair way to solve the unemploy-
ment situation without nny counsel
or aid from tho outside. Imbued
with a spirit of public Interest the
city commissioner1 let contracts
ror two paving tiistriri iiuaiiiug a
third or a million dollars
Within a week they plan to ar-
rntigo for two other contracts of
llku amount. Tho advertising for
hlda for a J75.000 municipal hoa-
nltnl ti the next etep and with these
In full swing the volumti of un-
employed labor In I'awhuska will
POLICEMAN AT EVERY DANCE
lai to Ta World
JAY. Oct. It. -The Kolajr eleva-
tor and mill owned and operated
by r V. Pol"V of (trove was J
broken Into Tliursday night by
night ralilrr and several sacks
of flour were stolen. It was not
known Just the number of sacks
that war gtnlen but It appeared
that a wagon load was missing.
At th same time several e-t of
harness were stolen from O (lond-
man ami Mrs. Kerr and the
Olympus achonl building waa
broken Into and several chairs
No trace has been found of the
raider but a wagon waa traceo
f i mn the mill In aome point In
Arkanaa and when round II waa
empty. A aearch warrant waa le-
aned amtorday and officer were
sent in search of the raiders and
Ixb than a month ago. drove
had an uttunial thrill when five
boya wete arretri for burglarizing
the store the goods being returned
by lb boys who were later on
paroled by Judge firewater
PAVE STREET AND ALLEYS
Will Krcnd $10(l.00l In Miinrlpnl Im-
provement In .Near I 'lit inc.
gpptlnl in The WorM.
HA!iTi.K8Vlt.U:. Oct. 23.-The
city commissioners have made plans
to spend the sum of llOO.fino on
paving streets and alleys In the city
during the next year by passing an
ordinandi providing for these Im-
provements There will be more nl-
levs pnved under this ordinance than
under tiny other alley paving ordi-
nance passed by the city.
Twenty blocks of slreeta are tn be
paved under tho ordinance among
them being the western part of elev
enth street between the railroad and
Os.igo avenue; first street from
Dewey to Osage avenue Klghth
street from Jennings nventie to John-
stone avenue Ninth street from Jen
nings avenue to Johnstone avenue
and oim block on Thirteenth street
8cclnl lVnnll Must itc Ohlnlniil liy
l'rtitnolrrH I'mlcr Supervision.
llAUTI.UHVIliItH Oft. 2D. One
of Chlof Uatdon'u handsomest "cops"
will bo stationed at ult public duncon
to be given In Itartlrsvlllc hcrearter.
Thls'wlll be done to comply with tho
provlslotiH of a new city ordinance
passed by tho city coinmlssloucra ut
their regular meeting this weok.
A special permit must be obtained
from the city clerk by danco hall
owncre. the chief of police first giv-
ing authority to apply for tho per-
mit by vouching for tho good char-
acter of tho applicant. Thu new or-
dinance will give the pollen a better
hold on somo of the dances which
linve been thu aourcoa u( troublo In
Unhurt A. r.lcr.lrney
Funeral Director. 931 H. Moln
I'hone Osage 1fll-5fi Advt.
No Doubt -You Will
Evontually Register nt the
"Not the Largest
but the Host"
1B0 Outside ttooms
On Main at Fifth
Rates $2 and up
CAFE IN CONNECTION
Avail Yourself of the
I Bill -5 1
hand it to
PRICE REDUCED $625
The Revolt of Vera Sanderson
iir jani: riu:i.rH
A l tlcr I rout Krllli.
Two iViya psmeil. three Mrs.
Aldrb h had not mentioned what I
had told bar: had mad no refer-
ence to her promise to advise rne.
Vet t felt slngulat ly at rest. I had
shirteil my burden selfishly perhaps
but with the weight gone I felt a
ipieer lightness of heart n surety
that I should somehow he steered
In the right direction.
The pears had not come heentun
I waa any happier about Keith I
Wdl n.1 tlttt I I hit! nn kAH.M'
aeeiiMomed to big hurts of life In
leas time than we onfi adjust our-
selves to the pin pricks the Infini-
tesimal every-day unpleasant things
which many of us have to bear. I
had almturt become accustomed to
being unhappy odd as II sounds. I
don't think I exaggerate when I say
that not many women would calmly
without a struggle and resentment
let another woman hold the reins
tf the household for which and for
whom her husband spent his money.
It Isn't 11 le big things of llfu that
drive women to desperation; that
compel them lo'lrave their hus-
hanibr It Is lack nf consideration
neglect l'rrhaps It Is Just the sums
the other way round unless the
man haa lost Interest In tils wife
Rut I had not failed In considera-
tion for Keith; In fact I had umdr
myself miserable because of what I
had tried to enduro to plaasn him.
"It will all come right In the end
dear child" .Mm Aldrlch had said
when I finished my Btory. "I am
suro of It. Bomehow t nm positive
Mr. Sanderson en res more for you
tlicin you think that he will not lot
"I wonder If you are right" I had
tinawered. "All I can do Is to hope
"And pray." she added aoftly.
"I have piayed until 1 felt that
even Uod waa tiring of ml HInco
then I have stopped Hut lately
since I told you about things I have
asked Him constantly to show me
tho way the right thing to do for
Keith's happiness sine I can have
"All things work togtthnr for
good to them who love Him" she
Two days more paused then Mrs.
"Head this my dear it came tlila
My hands trembled aa I took the
letter with the familiar handwriting
on the envelope. I scarcely had
strength to draw out the closely
To my surprise I noticed the open
ing sentence epoho of receiving the
letter from rhlladelphln. Then it
flashed over mo. .Mrs. Aldrlch had
written Keith lied sent' her letter
to Home friend In Philadelphia so
that should the answer be unsatis-
factory he could not traco me
through' her. Alio she had not giv-
en him a name simply Initials.
The letter began:
"My dear J. K. A. Mr. Aldrlch's
Then went on
"If you Know where my wife :s
will you not tell me? I am terribly
dlstreewed worried and unhappy
over her dhmpicarance. I havo done
all that Is possible to locate her but
have failed. 1 realize poignantly
that I am almost If not entirely t-
blame. In my anger I said what I
did not mean; what no proud woman
could enduro to h'car. Hut when I
got home to say how I regretted the
Incident sho had gone. I do not
feel I can concedo what she asks.
I should have to break a nolemn
oath If I did. Hut I will do nil In
my power to make her happy If she
will return to me. That In all I can
promise save regret for what I anld.
"Very truly yours.
"Well?" her kind eyea were bent
keenly upon mo aa she asked the
"I cannot go back!"
"And I do not expect you to."
"I could not live with Margaret
now it would be far worse than be.
fore fihe would constantly sneer
at mo aa constantly throw up at
me that I hnd found I couldn't get
on alone. No. oven If you turn mc
away I cannot go back."
"And I don't expect you to." Mrs
Aldrlch repeated. This time I
grasped her meaning.
"You do not think It my duty?"
"No not unless he gives you n
homo a. place of your own whore
you onn be happy. I understand
that It would now be more Impossi-
ble than ever to live with his sister.
No my dear he will find n way.
If you keep faith In him "
"I nm clad you wrote." t said
after a moment "glud he regretw
what he snld tn mc." After that
Wo did not mention Keith again un-
til several duya later. Then sho
"I havo written again. I have
told him that I uphold you In tho
determination to have a homo of
j'our own or remain away. I have
given him my reasons good ones
my dear why ho should consider
you his wife"
Seaver says he wit prc.su j i.
himself. Assistant C'otmlv
W. V. Coffey had chaigc or
caution at tho hearing bi f t j .
Sorry Ho Spoke.
"I like a pretty face rcn.a d
the laity booklicepci
"Is that why you wat h the j
so much'" waa tho Mr astl c .
ment of tho boss. '
ADAIR IS AGAIN AflRESTED
Sam Adair Indian who waa dis-
charged about two weeks ago by
I Justice J. T. Thompson on a chargo
of murder tor tho killing or (Jar-
maclmta Sanohez Krlsco soctlon
hand was ordorcd rearrested Tues-
day morning by County Attorney
W. K. Seaver.
Honvcr said that he had read tho
transcript of the former tuao and
waa of tho opinion that Adair should
have been held for trial In district
court The new trial will bo be-
foro Justice John II. tjuerry nnd
I Tuffs Pi
To enjoy btftlth on !... 4 h.
bOHrm. Thm wll ft... rr.. wM
Free Cooking and Baking
"Did ynn get on thu water wagon
"Von don't havo tn get on It now.
It runs over you." Ixtulsvllle
t ourler Journal.
There's one sure way to get smart Ivit
Htylc and fine quality nnd that is to conic
here and choose a Knox hat. And if you
want a Knox you'll have to come here
No other hat store is big enough to have
these fine hats in the quantity and variety
of shnpes Knox makes. All the new ones
and none but new ones here now at $7 up.
yen in 111111111 hi niniwswi
Exclusive Women's Silk Sailors Too
Each Day This Week of
the Quick Meal Range
Equipped With the Won-
derful Labor Saving
"Lorain" Oven X. Heat Regulator
DEMONSTRATION MENU TODAY
KAVOUY I'OTATOKS IIOIMCI) PtVrATflUS
IIOIMII) ONIONS tu:i linirrs
ntiKAi) iMtuNics I'M;
ancix moi oaki;
Thu above meal will be put In a Quick Meal I.ornln
Ilc.lt Kcgulatcd Oven at 10 11. m. and will be taken
out nt 2 p. tn. four hours later -all being cooked
with the same gas ut the same time and without
nny pot watching.
Come nnd s e tviw modern housework Is made easier
Demonstrations daily from 9 it m. to 5 p. m
Intelligently exercised in
Eye Examinations and in
the production of quality I
Dr. I. Angstreich
Cor. Second and Main
Phono Osage 127
The liiwtwt I'rlcv liter Plaivtt Vpon a I'ucknrit Car
PACKARD OKLAHOMA MOTOR CO.
Take Yeast Vitamon
Tablets If You Want
Firm Flesh "Pep"
wi IS ." H i!.!:!f'r..!ii ...":!! ' K 3
noii.ni) onions iu:i nnin-s V UBraKrri BffitWMkifl ..1
IB LZI 1.
I r'l"HE HOME OF THE "QUICK MEAL" RANG ES W M
1 1 115 East Second ' Osage 901 CJiV
pi over a hot- tilt. 'Jrif . Ta.-
WsicnA- wth.r nd droop A ii ii 'r JW i N j
you .ill unJeilind Ihel k M 5L U vijtS. CW "
zzgpir 'immmmm wfWWtXv 'M"
nrrywbrr peoplt ar tilling about
ths nw fy sml wonomlfit y of
getting tlis eronilrrfnl hrtltb glrlni
l.eii.nit ef true jit Tltsmlnei In
the tiny tablet form railed tatln'a
VITAMON. Hy getting the rrecloua
iti.t and other rltamtnei In thla
hlnhly conrentrate.l form you can be
ur or qu.ri riauita ror Maatin a
VITAMON Tableta banlah plmplea.
bolls ana akin rrupttona and bntld up
the bony with Ann dealt They will not
Uiit the atomach or enuae gaa. but on
the eontrarr are a crrat aid to dlxeatlon
and to brio otercome ronatlpatlon. Set
ECONOMICAL - RESULTS QUICK
rapid are the reanlta that stiereia and
latltfaetlon ar abiolutely la.rdnt.'it
to weak thin nerrona run-down folks
or th email amount you pay for the
trial will be promptly refunded. lie
mire to remember the name Maatln'a
VI TA MON the original and genuine
yeaet-Tltamln tablet ther Is nothing
elae Ilk It ao do net accept lmltatlona
or aubatltutea. You can ttt Maatln'a
VITAMON Tablets at all good drug-
itt.ts such a. ColonUI The Retail.
Th Tulaa. Drur Co
Are Positively Guaranteed
to Put On Firm Flesh
Clear the Sldn and Increase
Energy When Taken With
Every Meal or Money Back
Sale of Genuine
Army and Navy Goods
They're new and Niftv.
M 1 mm
Come in una Hear
ictctmiotiu m asi mi 7Tiaaaaswaaujriise
O. 1). Shirts now IA A r
beat Bimlo eD'i.flt)
O. D. Khlrta
flS'J H. Main
Numerous other items too numerous
Army Goods Store
22 North Main -t- Next to Brady Hotel
Not Connected With Any Other Store in Tulsa
finoii How. jier
All loathnr Coats
l.ontr O. I).
TwISORDERS of tlic stomach and constipation arc
JbJI the most common diseases of children. To
correct them you will find nothing better than
Chamberlain's Tablets. One tablet at bed time will
do the work and will make your child bright and
cheerful the following morning. Do not punish
your children by giving them castor oil. Chamber-'
Iain's Tablets arc better and more pleasant to take.
Do you care as much for your babies
as a florist cares for his flowers?
rmT-r n t i . yt 1
X7VERY florist knows this:
JJ Flowers which wiJJ thrive
in air warmed by hot -water radi-
ators will wilt in the heat from a
hot-air furnace or stove.
Warm moist air builds health;
hot dry air undermines it.
Have you ever considered these
facts in their relation to the winter
health of your babies?
The American Radiator Com-
pany considered them when
conducting the scientific experi-
ments that produced ARCOLA.
You simply must see ARCOLA.
It is now and difforen r. Built by
the Company whose larger heat-
ing plants warm mansions cathe-
drals and even the White House
itself it is guaranteed to be the
most perfect hot-water heating
outfit for small homes and stores
which science has produced.
Handsome as a fine piece of fur
niture and costing surprisingly lit-
tle it stands in the living-room
dining-room or kitchen flooding
the room with warmth.
American Radiators connected
with it carry its warmth to every
other room ; while the kitchen tank
also connected provides an abun-
dance of hot water for washing
And we guarantee that if your
home is now heated by stoves or
a hot-air furnace ARCOLA will pay
for itself in the fuel it will save. It
burns any kind of fuel.
For the sake of your babies'
health for the
sake of your
The red and yellow card nt the right U the aign of a Heating or Sanitary
Engineer (you used to call him Steamfltter or Plumber) who can show
you ARCOLA. Look for It in hia window.
It will pay you to coniult him twice a year as you do your Doctor
or Dentin. To have him examine nnd report on your heatlnz and
plumbing coati little. It may save you a very great deal.
I AXDGMrOKT I
AMERICAN RADIATOR COMPANY
Milken of the famous IDEAL Boilers and AMERICAN Radiators
1230 Walnut Street V Knnsas City Missouri
' ' " S Hill
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