The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 13 of 50
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BOULDER STREET SECTION
TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5 1922
Boulder Street Tulsa's New Broadway
Declares Wall Street Men
Have KODueci reupiu uj.
WASHINGTON. Foil. 4. "Wall
itrect R'lnblcri who havo robbed
the American people of hundreds
of million if dollars umlor fcdernl
control of railroads and under the
Kich.Cumtnlns inw ougiu 10 uo
"impelled to make retltutlon nnd
lhli would permit a largo reduction
of freight rates." nenjamln C.
lltnh r. annglng director of tho
Farmer National council declared
todiy In test'fylns before tho Inter-
state commerco commission.
rhlte houo dnted May 19. 1921
"...i.. .Vint liv thn nrcsldent's di
rection there had been referred to
the attorney-general tho letter of
the late George V. Hampton then
mansKlns director of the' farmers'
council anklng an investigation of
charges f wasto mado -to tho rail-
road labor board by tho railway em-
ploye' department of tho American
federation of lJbor.
"Tho failure of tho nttornoy-gen-eral
act raises suspicion that ho
found proof of guilt" Marsh said.
Continuing his discussion of tho
railroad situation Marsh told tho
commission that "experience has
ihown that unified government op-
eration of railroads Is most efficient
and cheaper than prlvato specula-
tive competitive operation nnd the
lOnly way ny wnicu snippet n tan
let lower ireignv raiea.
C. OF C. TO VISIT FACTORIES
Department of Manufacturlnc to
Make Weekly Trl to Ixcul PlnnlM
The Tulsa Chamber .of Commerce
Intends to bo thoroughly Informed as
to the city's local Industries. In or-
der to do this tho department of
manufacturing Is going to mnko a
lerles of monthly trips to factories
and plants beginning Wednesday of
this week according to Pago ltud-
on. department chairman.
The afternoon of February 8 the
members of tho department will
meet In tho Chamber of Commerco
rooms at 1 o'clock and will go di-
rect to the Tulsa Furniture Manu-
facturing company. In the course
of the afternoon they expect to visit
tha Standard I'avlng & ltooflng Co
the Consolidated and Bedford Carth-
age Cut Stono companies tho
Crescent Tool company tho Hudson
Bteel and Wire company Hughes
Plumbing company. Kidd-Mooro
Lumber company and K. M. Vaughp
Lumber company. Not only tho
members of tho department but. all
who are Interested In this plmso of
cuy me are welcome to muko tho
Junior Hi-Y Hoys to
Hold Firv! Dinner
Junior nnd senior Hi-Y linyn will
hold their first dinner and business
session of tho present school year
Tuesday evening at 6: SO o'clock In
tho boys' lobby of tho Y. It. U. A.
II. Li. Ilelnzmnn Y. M. religious
work secretary will npenk on 'High
School Friendship" and O. A.
llrcwcr club leader for the term
will lend tho flist of n series of dis-
cussions on problems and questions
of vital Interest to high school boyn.
Thero will bo a special musical pro-
gram. Tho organization has u mem-
bership of about 150 now tho larg
est In its history.
NEW PETITION FILED i aabuckle is ready again
Itandlt Caught In Haltlc.
CHICAGO Feb. 4. Two bandits
IbAXV ftnfprpri n lan-nlrv i.n.a 4n . I.
exclusive Sheridan road residential
itctlon handcuffed tho proprietor
and a customer nnd nfter gathering
tip Jewelry valued at 110000 fought
a pistol duel with policemen out-
Ide In which one policeman and
ni of the bandits wero wounded.
The wounded bandit was captured.
It Is against the law to servo frogs'
left In Wisconsin In March and
A Boston professor has completed
i motion plcturo film text on geom-
CLINTON SUED FOR $10000
rlrst National Ilnnk Officer IXfoinl-
nnt in Action Drought by Woman.
I.ee Clinton vice president of tho
First National bank was named de-
fnrlnnr In n ntt fot. tin nnn fOml
Saturday In district court by Nola'
Chlldcrs Tracy wealthy Indian heir-1
ess. It Is claimed that tho ttO.OOO 1
is money which was paid to Clinton
undor an agreement which was so-
cured by misrepresentation whllo ho
was .Mrs. Tracy's guaruian.
In her petition tho woman claim?.
that she wan sent to Texas by her
guardian and attorneys Woodson 12.
Norvell and D. U. Jlornlcy who told
her that designing persons were at-
tempting to gain hor guardianship.
Later she says sho was beguiled
Into Blgning an agreement with the
thrco men whereby thoy wero to ro-
celvo 10 por cent or tho gross re-
ceipts of each salo from her land
This sho claims was represented to
hor ns due them for their work in
platting and selling tho lanti.
Later sho claims after coming
back to Tulsa she decided tho agree-
ment was unfair and asked to havo
It cancelled. Tho threo men told her
that tho agreement was binding nnd
that they could recover damages un-
der It she claims. So In order to
cancel tho agroemont sho alloges In
her petition that sho entered Into a
second agreement on December 21
whereby sho paid Norvoll and Hors-
ier 125.000 each and Clinton $10000.
Mrs. Tracy declares that a note for
(10000 owed hor by E. Constantin
was turnod over to Clinton In settle-
ment and that Constantin has paid
tho noto In full. Sho asks restitution
of this money with Interest.
Hoover's Statement Challenged.
WASHINGTON Feb. 4. Clyde
M. Heed chairman of tho Kansas
utilities commission today by Im-
plication challenged yesterday's tes-
timony of Herbert Hoover In tho
federal railroad rate hearing Mr.
Itoed stating In behalf of state com-
missions that thero was a "misap-
prehension particularly In high
quarters that railroad credit had
Foreclosure Filed Ajcnlnst M.. K. T.
rnl Triit nnmtinnv nf Now York
today filed a suit In tho United
States district cqurt here to fore-
close the first extension mortgage
bonds nnd soven sobsequent Issues of
the Missouri Kansas & Texas rail-
way company -which Is now operat-
l ...... a .. n pan-lu-Mhln Thn fnpil
1IIK Ullwi -"
v u 1 u o of tho outstanding extension
Donas is given ns )jioj.v.
Ills l-'our to Sleet With Ieuls.
nr.RVEi jind. Ohio. Feb. 4
nhlrf nf the "bin four" railroad
brothorhoods will met with Presi-
dent John Li. Lewis of the United
MIno Workers and discuss his pro-
posal for concerted action against
tutlnor wage reauciions h was un-
nounced bv Warren S. Stone grand
chief of tho Hrotherhood of Loco
motive Engineers here tins utter
Hliouqiirtte Trlr-t Again When Man-
ilaiims ProeoctlliiKH Acnliut Clerk
Aro Thrown Out of Court.
The mandamus proceedings
brought by Eddie Hhouquotte con-
victed bank robber ngnlnst Mrs..
Francos Harvey court clerk In an
attempt to force her approval of a
$10000 supersedeas bond which he
hail filed wero thrown .out of court
on a demurrer ns to form by Dis-
trict Jude Valjenn Iliddlson Batttr-
day. J. M. Springer counsel for
Hhouquctto later filed nnother peti-
tion and .Judgo lllddlHon set tho
hearing for February 7.
ShOUquotte who l being held In
tho county Jail pending his removal
to McAlestcr whero ho will begin
serving n 16-year term was con-
victed last spring before Judgo Hed-
mnnd S. Colo. Until n month' ago
ha was at liberty on an appeal bond.
Two of his bondsmen turned him In
following his arrest In Oklahoma
City on a hl-Jacklng charge
Mrs. Harvey refused to approve
Hhounuettn'fl present bond on the
ground that sho did not consider tho
security sufficient. Thrco men aro
scheduled as surotles S K. Leakey
of West Tulsa John I'. Crawford
Ada criminal lawyor ana a man
named Jerkin step-father of Shou-
quetto and proprietor of tho Ard-
Con I Strike Ordered In Slovakia.
WASHINGTON Feb. J. A strike
f all roal minors in Czocho-Klovakla
ias been ordered to tnko effect Im-
lO.llntoli. nrfA.tlni. n n nnl.l.
gram today to Secretary of Com-
racrco iioover irom American con-
sular la.lnimp t ll.i.r.111 ..I . ......
said tho strike would affect 122-
i2i rani nnd wouia no up an mo
mines In the country.
GROCERY and MARKET
Corner Second and Boulder
" the Home Of quality and low prices
TuUa's Newest Cleanest Most Up-to-Date Lowest
Priced Food Distributors
The 1'ubllo Scrvlco Market never liasor never will lccomo a dump-
ing ground for tlio mistakes of manufacturers. Wo do not accept
tl'clr Imperfect or second rnto nicrchandlho In order to offer some-
thing at n price. Hero quality stands first. This policy Is never
sacrificed mid comparison instantly proven tlmU
Tulta's greatest values are here. We are pleasing
thousands We can please you.
Below Are Listed a Dew
As a siHx-ial Inducement to get you to try ono pound of tho fu-
nous Urcakfasl DcLuxo lCoffco mo will sell you ono pound at
tho regular price of 46o nnd give you two pounds . J? (n
West Cana Sugar at 3J4o pound hoth for 0JL
Bread Fun lfc'oz. Loaf - 5c
Worrell's Bncon light 4-6
average whole ortyrj-
half piece per lb.
No. 10 gallon sizo cana
California Peeled Peaches
packed . . . .
V TO ANY PART OF THE CITY
phone Cedar 2854 Cedar 1743
Says Ho Is Certain of Vlndlectlou In
Ills Third IiiiK'iiilliig Trial.
SAN FKANCIHCO Feh The
tuturo plans for Iloseso "Fatty' Ar-
htlrkte hinge Hoday on the date fnr
his third trial which will ho sot next
Monday hy Judgo Harold l.oiKlir-
back who heard tho two previous
"There are riusons why I want to
go hark to Los Angeles heforo tho
next trial" said the rotund come-
dian. "Hut If nn Immediate) dale Is
set I'll slay here. The fact that tho
Jury stood 10 to 2 for conviction and
District Attorney llrndy's assertion
that he will try mo again makes me
more determined for n third trial.
Through the channel of another
hearing 1 can provo my Innoceiini
and I'm ready to stand trial ngiitn
Arhurklo admitted today that two
days heforo tho ease went to tho
Jury ho had reconciled himself to
MANY ARRESTS AT TEAGUE
Cleanup Continues Slneo tiowrnor
. Kttenilert' .Martial Uiw '.one.
TKAOl'i; Toxns. Feh. t. Since
tho extension of the Mexla martial
law .ono to Include all off Freestone
county state rangers stnto troops
and prohibition enforcements oftt
cers havo mado K4 arrests soiled
nine stills nnd about thrpo hundred
gallons of liquor
Tho extension of tho martial law
ronn went Into effect nt G o'clock
Ileports weio received that offi-
cers had been fired unoil from tho
brush hut no ono was injured.
If it comes from FIRESTONES TULSA MARKET
it is dependable.
We are proud of the fact that we have the Bright
Spot in the Grocery and Meat business on Boulder
PHONE CEDAR 2082
214 South Boulder
We Do Not Charge for Delivering Your Orders
G. C. STEBBINS Prc.ident Tulsa OUli.
I. F. CROW Secretary nnd Treasurer Tulsa Okln.
R. V. MILLER General Manager TulsaJ Okla.
P. W. LOSS Auditor Tulsa Okla.
J. C. FORD Superintendent Transportation Tulsa Okla
THIRD AND BOULDER
Across From Postoffice
Table 47 I
"West "Tulsa .7
4. t I 17 ..I
"Electric Park . .
" Frisco Depot.
" Sopulpa . . .
Ar. Kiefcr' .
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December 1921 T I J ' ll TT '
Stations A MA MIAMI P M P M ( AM"
Lv. Kicfcr". j ' 6:30 1 ll:36)12ifS
"Ar. Sapuipa I 6:S5 11 :4Sl2:40
Lv. Sapuipa ..... 1 6:00 7:00" 12:001
" Frisco Depot. . . . I T
" Sapulp'a I tejoS 7T6pT jl"2Tog
Electric Park . . . jsTSSlS 1 24 10 : 55 17 1 24" 11:55 12:24
"Red Fork . . . .. .5:5GT6:25l6:5Gl7!fTT:S6 12 t2g
"West Tulsa r6:1016"l30l7:l6l7:30ri2:l(" 12:30 '
Ar. Tulsa... 6:25 6:45 7 :257:4Sl12:25112:45
f A MiA I a" mT "a m!a mTaM"
Interurban station is located conveniently in tho heart of the city-Fourth
and Boulder streets. For information call Osage 2226 .... ' '
Rooms modern. Most con-
venient location in the -city.
"OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER"
LOCATED in tho center of TuIsh'b coming business section the Tulsa
Daily Worldhat ono of tho largest finest and most completo pub-
' lishing plants in the southwest. Its equipment is tho most modern
that can be obtained its editorial news nnd business policies aro nunc
fair nnd progressive. All of which is proven by tho important place Tho
World holds in the life and development of Tulsa and the fact that Tho
World is truly one of tho groat newspapers of Amcricn.
1 Special Weekly Rates 1
The avernge not palil circulation nf tlie Tulwi llnlly World
for JiUiimry wiib 35021 ilnlly mill 38379 Hunduy. TIiIm In
by fnr tha luwst clraulatlon ovr obtained by any nw.
paper In this ectlun nnd Ih nvir 4o pi'r cent larir than
that of tho second iiowoivupor.
Tho World lias tho lartfcst city circulation nnd tliorouKltly
covers Tulsn. Iist month thn city rlroulutlon was ap-
proximately 17000 copies whereas ncoordlnn to tho latest
census flKUres thero arc only 16910 families In tha city.
I.lkevvlso Tlui World has n tremendous Influnnco throutih-
out tho entire eastern port of tho slate on ucoount of Its
suburban and country circulation or nearly 20.000 copies
This largo circulation and rapid growth Is tho tet pos.
nlble evldonco of tho esteem and confidence In which tho
TuWa World l regardod by tho pcoplo of eastern Oklu-
During 1931 the Tulsa World printed 9.084278 lines of
advertising- This was moio than ono-thlrd tho volwm
carried by Ih" largest newspaper In tho United States and
far inoro than any other newspaper In this section of th
In 'Want Ads tho best Indication of a newspaper's vlus
ns an advertising mullum Tho World printed 282609
separatti nds twice tho number carried by any newspaper
In eastern Oklahoma
On a circulation basis. The World'H rates nro the lowest
In tho state and far below tho average rate of all th
nowBpupet-H In tho United States.
Tho 'World' advertising columns offer Tulsa merchants
and manufacturers tho best and least exponslvo method
of rvuqhlug thslr prospective customers. Rapid increase
lit volume carried Is proof of Ita effectiveness.
E. H. YOUNG
317 SOUTH BOULDER AVENUE
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