The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 14 of 50
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5 1922
ays Stntc Smallnox
Rule in Refusing 15
I Aaftftl(S 1f-aB Rial Win
lM'AIKSTHIt. Kch. 4 --Fifteen
Hrlaoncrs brought to iho stuto peni-
ntlary today from Miuhokks wro
Atuied ndmlttnncn to tho irls"ii by
Prod Bwltzor vnli n. Iih hiim
tnallpox iinnrnntliif ri'dilallms hail
ict been compiled with.
.Boven who lind surn nrmn
Emitted. Hrnm wn tint adapted
tivldenco of ruint vm riimtion.
' "The regulations of lr A. 11.
jwl arh micrifiii on this point"
Iwltter unlit todny. "I have no
ihotoe In tho mailer. 1 rhnll ron
(hue to turn men down who rannnt
mhow noro nrmii until my limtrnn.
.tons from tha health ilutinrtmeiit
IJKOKr.AIIOMA CITV Ffli. 4. The
nndlflr-d iiunriiutlnn order Issued
were yesterday hy Dr. A 11. Iiewls
3uta hrnllli TinntfiIoticr. provided
jftiat nil wl'oneis tn bn will to tlm
penitentiary must bo vaccinated for
smallpox unit thoroughly cleaned up.
After n reasonable time upon rn-
iiuest of the Jnllnr n represnntatlvo
of tho health department will Inspect
tha prisoners and If tho vaccination
In found to hnvo taken nnd Ihn
pilsoner li In rooiI condition
authorisation will ho Issued for hla
transportation lo thn state prison
tlm oritur Mid.
Tho order was Issued to relieve
tho congested condition In Jails
throughout thn slate.
It. 13. 13. fltelgieder former prrst.
dent of thn Jenkn 'H(ntt) hank. 1ms
disposed of his Internals In thnt Inntl-
tutlon and rone to Ileggs where ho
has sssum'd relations with thn Hank
Jenks authorities promptly took
the situation In linnd when tho nn-
nnur. foment wns mnde n. few days
hk" hy tho attending physician that
1 uther a i tin. n plpellna fluid em
ploye hud smallpox nnd hy tho pro
eautlim 'alien nnd uimrnntlnn regu-
Ono of tlio many ntlrnrllvo fea-
tures of sending; jour denning
and ilyo work tn HuliI' 1" thu
fact Hint you nm insured ngnllKt
lom front tho tluto wo wclvn
your irariiicnls until Uicy nro do-
IlrcrcU lmclc to you.
QnlcU courteous scrvlro nnd
Idgh oism uorknwinsUlp nro
muiio of tho oilier riMiixiiM vhy
you will Imj chid you wnt join
garment to this donning Kstnb-IMmicnt
rMAcn nuvn iANt:t?o
flaaa rrrrr xlilit 7iSO In Sil
1'rltnle l.rantna Any Time lr
ApMilnlm?iil I'liona Ouisn 9007.
Mil! T. lltVIK Dlrretor
Aialatnt hr John ( iiftlmert nnd
Alt.. Mrll llittli
Utlona put In force prevented a
spread of tho dlaeimn
Thn dlMolutlon of thn firm of
Tnnnnhlll Ilrothera. operntlnir the
Weit Hide unrnuo In Announced CI.
M. Tannnhill rellrlnK. having die-
poked of hht Intorcnt to hi hrnthor
Tho mnmhem of the W. C. T. U.
met wllli Xfre J. II. Downny Thure-
ilny with a large attendance A ro-
reptlun nnd dinner followed tho pro-
Krnm nnd hualnona eeulon
Tho Monpol lenm of thn Men'e Illhle
rln5 of thn Flret Hnptlat church of
Tulna uonductcd two nervlcee nt the
.Irnkn llnptlat church lnt Hundny
the flrnt nt 1 1 a. in and tho eecond
at 7:30 p in.
A ''purity rilund" cnnnlntlnK of
four epeelnl deputy eherlffn anil two
fednrnl officer raided tho Iloh Cum-
mliiKH farm eoulhweet of horn Tuee-
dny nnd reported the ccUurc of n (10.
Each Night Except
Sunday nt the
Dig Special Wednesday
Where Your Friends Go
A' Question of
A rtory lias inert been unearthed
rclntliR to lllitli Iloland'n baby day
which Miowh early eigne of thn Patho
utar'a analytical 4rend of mind
Ono day. Iluth overheard a fow of1
her fond relatives holding dlecouree
nftor the manner ot fond relatives
from tlmo Immemorial thus:
"nuth ban tho Iloland eyes and
the Itolnnd mouth" they said "hut
she line thn "Warrington noso anu
I.lttloxnutli was vory much 1m-
Itresned. Tho next day Jier Auhtln
UBtoned to tins eauoi to xnoir con-
versation an lluth addressed hor
"tio dot do Ttoland eyes an' le no-
land mouf" sho cooed wisely "an
oo dot do Warrington nosn nod oliln
but what I want to know voggle
la where did po get your tall 7"
lluth Itolnnd In "White Hngle."
hor lntest and greatest continued
fenturo Is plnytng at mo L.yno mcn
ter Wednesday and Thursday.
Ninth Annual Ball
Tulsa Fire Department
Wednesday Feb. 8 '22
Benefit of Tulsa Fire-
men's Relief Fund
gallon still three barrel of mash
and a half barrel ot peach Juice
dimming wns taken before County
Judgo V. I. .1. Unit nt Tulsa where
he was arrslgned orf a charge of
manufacturing liquor. He wns re-
leased on n 11000 bond.
WEATHER REPORT FOR 1920
Olwni'r Mo Kept Tnh on Cllinntlo
Vngiirli'fl for the 12 Moulli
Btill In Th Vorlil
VINITA. Kel). 4.-Thn weather re-
port for the the year 1921 Just made
public by Weather Obaerver It. 13.
Moss shows that the precipitation
was 1S.1 Inches for the IS months
ending December 31 which I ft lit-
tle less than the average for the past
aoven years. Thn max mum tern
nnrature was 102 degrees on July 20
nnd the minimum 13 degrees on Do-
cembnr 28: There wore 204 clenr
days 142 cloudy days and 11 partly
cloudy during tho year. The last
killing frost of tho spring was April
IX. although he states tnat siigni
The 5-Power Treaty
Who Mndc It Possible?
The Man of Galilee
Ho Will Do n Lot More If tho World Will Let Him
First Christian Church
"The llig White Church nt Ninth nnd Boulder"
Enthuainstic Singing by Everyone
Trombone Solo Mr. Jnck Robinson
Sermon Subject: "What Shall I Do With Jtfsus?"
Don't Blame God for tho Harvest When You Do
MEADE E. DUTT Pnstor
THE WORLD'S PREMIER CORNETIST
ocaon: 101101 'QCIj
ANY SEAT ANY TIME
AWsO OOOI) COMIJDY CltANdK Ol-' VltOOIUM ItAlfjY
"The Son of Wallingford"
Norma Talmadge .
With EUGENE O'BRIEN in
Ghosts of Yesterday'5
When ho lind iiolhlnc ho una
When rlclu-M enmn to Mm
llfo mix hut a blank unit
So ho nvttli'asly Bought to
find ixiutrnlnicnt In ninny
A story of two
women so alike
and yet so dif-
Universal wwlcni ilnium In
AND UOOD CO.MKOY
giwww't triiiPifirriTiiinniMi iniii 111 "iiiimii
"tsmosts oi rnaTERDAy"
STAIITINO 'l'OM()llUtV nm TWO DAYS
BIG BOY WILLIAMS in
A fttory tliut will niiiK'ut m joung anil old ullko.
Temple Band in a
Series of Concerts
Concerts will start nt B p. m. presenting a musical program never excelled by
any band that has appeared in Tulsa. Price $5 for series of five concerts.
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA"' AND ORGAN
rtnmSKf was dona on May 3. The
first killing frost In the fall was Oo
tohr-r 12. Tho wind blew from the
south on 242 days from the north
A BONO UECITAX.
cnt?fo OMtifl Opr COTTipnny
Imperfonttti Jennr I.lnJ
At Tloiton Av. V. H. church Monday
Ktbruarr (ih l:l( p. m. PrfiontM
by Tuls Chapter Unlti t)aushtra
of .'nnfcdt racy. Tlckat on aala at
Jtnklna. Trlcca 11. to snil 11.00.
Halt r-rlc to Rchiot Stuatnu
it days and from the east 19 days.
January 1)22 shows a maximum
tcmnernturo of 68 desrees on the
fourth and a minimum ofJO on tho
nineteenth. An Inch and a u&rter
of snow tell durlns the month which
wa practically every bit of anew fo.
the entire winter.
All Souls Liberal Church
Beginning with this Suntfay Feb. B tho Unitarian
services will be held in
THE TEMPLE ISRAEL
at Fourteenth and Cheyenne at 11 n. m. until
Dick Hurt holmes now n star
tn his own right hcmllhc tils
nun company makes Ills first
And what n picture nn cpto
of mountain mothers and
And of n hoy who leaps to
manhood in lifo's greatest
Ono of the Three Big-
gest Dramas of tho
Year and That's the
Presented hy Inspiration rictnrcs Inc. Directed by Henry Klnc.
Adapted from Joseph IIcrRcshclihcr's famous
Saturday Evening Tost story.
ROLIN COMEDY . '
Schedule: 9:45 11:15 12:30 2 3:30 5 6:30 8 9:30
IN HIS NEWEST AND BEST PLAY
Here's the story of the young fellow
' who shook a mean paint brush at
an otherwise good canvas and
knocked out splashes of fun. -
SOHEKN TIME 10:30 11:30 12U3 S Silt) 4:30 5:15 7 8(15 0:30.
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