The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 4 of 50
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5 1922
RFPIIRI IHANS Willi DELEGATES LAUD
BLAZE THE TRAIL!
Statements Made at the
Tuesday Mooting to
" Forecast Platform
IS AN 'OPEN FOR ALL'
Candidates Invited to Mnku
Themselves Known ut the
For one of tlio few limes In Tulsa's
political history the entire voting
body of a polltl'iil party Is In coun-
sel together hk In wlinl nlnml llin
imrly will tnko In it Ity election
instead of ns In the usinil proced-
ure thin stand LiIiik a compo-ltn
f I lid plntforum of I lid stlcrentful
primary cndldntes r fnrmulntrd liv
a lltllo I lot; nf party lenders And
bosses In serrrl eesebm.
The group of elllnns which In In
mnke this innovnllnn In the ri'inil Il-
ea n party and the occimlon will liu
n repuhlh nn nilly lei be hold Tues-
day evening In Convention Imll. Tho
purpose for which John Rogers
chairman of tho republican city
central romriilttee with the Indnrn-
inept of lending republicans In cnll-
Ing n meeting In Hint tho general
republican conniiucncy In ttm city
may have nn opportunity to express
their Indlvldnnl opinion lis to whni
cenernt policies of city ndmlnlstra-
tlou shnll he sponsored hy tho pnrly
In tho cty election thin spring. "The
statements of ropubllcnna ut thn
Tuesflny evening rnll;- wll hnvo n
rtoclded effect on thn ponltlon taken
hy tho pnrly thin spring. In my opln-
Inn" ItOKern raid yesterday. "We
wnnt every registered republican
voter and nil icpuhllrnn volcrn un-
registered nn yet tV turn out Tuos'.
dny evening nnd give vnlco to their
beliefs on this Impnrlnnt mihjnct.
Every rcpubllcnn mnn or woman
who lit Interested in the pnrtv nnd
Hit highest Knod nhnnld nltrnd nnd
mnke hlii or her Infltienrn folt"
Prospective cnndlilntnn hro InVlted
to tnnko their riindldncy known "t
the rally Hogors wild. No one will
he debnrrod from thn speaking nnd
tho only nnenklni; requirements will
ha conciseness nnd rrnHoniihln
brovlty In tho Intercut of lien rl UK
Thn rnlly will he tho firm inn"
meeting of tho city election campaign.
C'lNTINt'R I'ltOM I'AUt'. ONP!
signed. In Iheni thn sovereignty
mill Integrity of every nullnn of I fin
world In icspncteir nnd In Hint they
accomplish their purpose."
WAHUINOTON- t'eli 4 Jnpnn
rejoices In thn sacrifices nho hns
mnd In contributing tnnnrdg tho
settlement of the fur cast prohlnm.
Huron Kljurn Hlildnlmrn told tho
conference thin afternoon Jn the Inst
.Made .Miuiy Conrrwliiin.
Jnpnn Hindu every possible con-
cession nho could ninke Mhlilehnru
Mild nnd uiwerted that "no one d-
iilon Hint Cliliin him tlio mhtviI rlht
to Kovern hcrnvlf
"If ther" un not nlwnyn uimn-
Imlty In the meeting!! or thu com-
mltteen illitrUKnluif fur ennt mnttern"
Hhldehurn mild. "It wnn livuniine we
nn i trying to nrilve ut duelnloun
fnlr to nil.
"We lire nil drlvinif lownrd the
ftunii Konl In life." Hhldehurn nnld.
"No noouer hud Mr. Hoot fnrmu-
Inled Ktcnl ruluH of conduct with re-
Kuril to China Ihnn wu cnvo xyiupn
thetlc nnnont to them.
"No ono denied to Ohlnii her rlht
to Kiivcin hrnelf nnfl In her own
wny nn ono ntnnd In the way of
China worklllK out her own duntlny
linn il I'll .Miii'li to ('IiIiiii.
"Jnpiin bellevFM thnt nho hun innd
In Chlnn every pnnnlble eonceiuilun
rompnllhl'i with rennnn. Wo nre vi-
tally Interented In tho npecdy cHtnh-
llnhmont of pvnva In China. It In to
thn Anlnllc miiliilaud Hint we in lint
look for our raw material nn.t w
cnunot find Ihn markfln we need
Ihi-ro unlrnM order nod nhltlty lire
mnlntnlned thro. Wo hnvo tmturil
Intcrentn In China to n creator exivit
than pcrhupn any other country."
.linUKhtiCHMjy niniTiil Nertlco Held.
WAHHINOTON I'eh. t. I'unernl
nervlce for Col. Kdwnrd If. Hlinu'(l-
nemy tho neeond nnlntnnt pin'"iin-
tcr uenernl who dbd
In lh cn'.lnpjio of tho Knickerbock-
er theater were held ti.i.
tnetit otflclaln nnd offlos.'n of the
nrmv navy and marine eorixi at
tended Interment took place nt Ar-
llnKton cemetery whlfe a miimdl-qn
of filers from tho nlf Innll nervlce
circled overhend dropping Unworn
Upon tho Bravo.
Tho oxprennlon "We're In the
namo' boat" was flrnt un'Ml by a Chi-
nee" writer. : i f.
Pioneer Jcwclru Concern
tuovcH lo Now Location
Tho llonwell Jewelry company In
moving from lie (ireecnt locution to
(he new dilation nt J07-303 Hoilih
Mnln nlreel. The remnvul of thin
cuni'ciii taken unotlmr landmnrk out
of Hie 100 lilork on Hoillll Main.
The llonwell JeWolry rompnny ban
rumpled llio prennnt location for Hie
pant IS yenrn Thin concern U not
only the oldent enlnbllehed Jewelry
concern In Tulen hut In the olileat In
Oklihoiuu November pent being lln
thlitleth annlvernnry Tho new lo-
cation wlvvn Hut rompnny n i: enter
flotir npnee In which to dlnplay
Kooiln nn well n belriK limro cen-
llal y Killed.
WAHIIINdTON Teh. t. While
oxprcnnlng hln piofound nilmlratlop
for what nlrendy hun been iiccom-
pllnhed. Hciintor Hchuur.ei' head of
thn llnllan deli'gutluu wnrned thu
urtnnment confeienco thin afternoon
Hint llmllnlloii of laud armnnieiit In
necennury before there enn bo any
return to normalcy In tho commerco
nnd production of tho world.
Itnly hnd hoped ho nu Id lo nee
llmlintlon of Innd armament iichlevod
by tho Washington conference but
wan dlnuppolnted becnuno tli ab-
nenco ilf eeverul nallniiH inrint direct-
ly affected mado thin Imponnlble.
WAHIIINdTON Toll. 4. A word
or tiiaukn and congratulation!) to the
WanhltiKioii ennferencu for n ttllni:
no many iiiirntlnim whb'h threateni'il
the peuro of tho world wan cxprenned
to tho conference Juxt helom It
cloned thin afternoon by Dr. Alfred
Rue head nf tin Cllllieno dc luK'tllnli.
"Oreut reunite hnv.' been brought
about by tho conference" nnld Hie
'The nettlemelit of tho ShnntunK
riuentlon nluue In already conduclvs
to thu cauno of concord and under-
ntnndliiB." Kllln IVIn Mc'tN IVbriiary 28.
1ILIII.IN I'eb. I. Tho next ncn-
i" lni of tho dull elrenun (ulnii foln
pnrllnmeut) hnn been pnatpnned
until Kcbrunry 28 Arthur Orlfflth.
prenldont of the dull declared to-
day Hint "force would not bo toler-
ated In thn boundary dlHputn m-
tween Hiiuth Irelnnd and Ulnler"
IN RAPID ORDER
HURRICANE RAGING ON GULF
lliilliin Shlpn Itciiclii'N Tort In Ibid'
Minpn Mli r Killing 'lliiongli Slot iti
I-n.NHACOI.A l'j Keb. 4 l'lrnt
word of n flerco hurrlrano In tho
(lulf of Mxlco wan brought here to-
day by Ihn Italian bark K'ninmbla.
which wan forced lo put hack here
fur nurvry ami repnlrn nrrlvlng to.
duy. Hho nailed Jnnuaiv 21 for
The hark wnn rniight In tho hur-
rlciiiie off liry Tortugnn Captain
One of her nlden wnn ntovo In hr
hiIIh touri) to nhredn nnd part of llrr
deck lorn nwny. Captain I'nrtuno
declared tho ntorni Hie wornt ho ever
expe'rlenred. Membern of thu crew
he 'aid were forced to renort to ex-
treme cxpedlenln to nave theutaelvoM
from Injury an tlinbnrn rollod and
turned nbout Hm deck.
Dutiful children of Ion. III. are
taught Hint the enrth In Hat.
C0MT1NUF! F-noll PA OR O.VK.
lomn' treaty nt 11:30 o'rlock at the
end of Ita prencntatlon by Under-!
fnrterwond went to rnnntderahlo
length In explaining tho ountorni'
Irenty. drnllng w tn the hlntorle
Irugglen which for years hnvo kept
clilnete flnancen In n ohaotlc condi-
tion. An nn evidence of tho chaos
he pointed out that one tlmo there
were 20 dlffeient nationalities rep-
resented in tho Chines customs'
"On account of unsettled condl-
nonn in the Chlnene government
today" ho nald. " It wnn our feeling
Hint there should bo no dlnturbancen
of the cuntomn' ncrvlco Itself at
i hln lime."
I'nderwood expressed hn hope In
a lengthy speech that Thlna would
some day have n. regular slnble pnr-
linmenlnry form nf government.
When ho finished Doctor Hzo of
'he Chlneso delegntlon arose and
talked about thn' cuslotns' tervlc"
and expressed the hope that China
would noon bu lvcn complcto tariff
arms delegation and Secretary
Hughes whoso god offices together
with the Intercession of President
Harding brought about tho settle-
TM treaty wan signed for Japan
by Admiral llnron Kato ambannidor
Hhldehara nnd Vbc Foreign Mlnln-
ler Hanlharn and lor China by
Minister Hzo. Minister Kno and Chief
Justice Wang. Two copies of the
treaty wero signed and realed one to
bo deposited In Toklo and the other
JUDGE DISQUALIFIES SELF
Scquouah Trail Men to
Meet Soon in Mmkogee
The Ho'iuoyah Trait association a
comparnllvely new road organization
nnd Its contributory linen will hold
n meeting February 13 In Muskogee
with E. Hee duthrey of this city pno
of tho speakers on representative of
the Whlto Itlver Trail association
and Albert IMke Highway associ-
ation. The Sequoyah Trait assoct-
Mam la n nnl anlMtV nlimHrllnL' tfl
follow a road course going northwest!
out of Arkansas alongside tho Kansn
City Southern railroad to Salllsaw
and then In a general western ' r.
Hon through the state. H makei
connections with tho Albert Pit
highway nt Hatlls&w and the Whit
river trail at Blloam Springs
Uagpjpcs were Iho favorite Instru.
ments of Ihe ancients (1 reeks.
WAHIIINdTON IVb. .4-Tho
treaty between Jnpan und China em-
bodying tho setlemvnt of iho Hhnn-
lutig lontroverny was signed lute to-
day In thn hull of the Americans nt
Ihe I'nn-Amerlenn union by fho rep-H-sentnlltea-
of th two powers. At-
tendnnt upon Iho signing were Ar-
thur .1 I'uKrur. heud of the IlrltlHh
ComniK-hc .lurl'lt Held Not Com-
IKlLlit In Hear ft'iiuiil t'leo
Herrlal le Th World.
OKLAHOMA CITV Knb. 4.-
Judgo A. H. Wells of tho district
court of Comanche county was or-
dered to disqualify himself today
In the neennd trial of Cleo Oobln.
charged with murder following n
hearing today before tho criminal
oourt of appeals. The nup'cme
court will be nskoi! to assign a spe-
clal Judge to preside nt the trial
Lewis Morris counsel for Oobln de-
clared that Comanche count)' Is very
prejudiced against Oobln and Hint
Ihn judge as n Incut map would he
Influenced. Judge Wells denied this.
In announcing tho order of tho
court Judge Thomas 1'. Doyle pre-
siding Juetlce declared tho nrtlon
was no reflection on Judge Wells
dobln Is charged with the murder
of Huiscll Hpraguc a servlco car
driver Will Tnlt. convicted with
him Is under sentence of death
New telephone dlrertniy will go to
press soon. Any changes In llstltici
desired should be called to attention
of manager Usage 123 --Advertise-nuinl
All Renters Pay for Homes But Few Ever
Get Title to the Property
From High Rent
210 Mltjo IllllMIng
A1IOMH IJONI) for $1100 builds n homo costing up to $lR00
monthly payment of about $." Int'luillni; Interest
Mill pay off the Indebtedness In nbout '.' months. Cnn
jou afford to pay rent when you can buy on Uicku terms?
Homo Honda nro inntiirctl by ensh or monthly pnjinCntH of nny
regulnr ninount mill draw 7 ft Interest iwr milium and It ma-
tured Into a Home Contract enni n bonus of 3 of their fnce.
Ifoiuo Iloiuis may bo cashed In nt tlio buyer's option or can ho
used iih lollatcral for a lonu up to NOft nf their paid In value.
.May c more fully explain how?
15 to 25 Saved
on the Cost of the Average Property
The Very Next Dose of this
Treacherous Drop; may
Voll know what calomel In IlV
mercurv uulrksllvrr. Calomel l
iliiugerolitt. It crnnhen Into sour bile
like ilyiiiunlle. criiinliliiK und n cken
lug you. I'lihime) attacks the bones
and should never bn put Into your
If you feel bll.ous headachy con-
stipated nnd all knocked out Jus'
Ko lo your druggist nnd get n bottle
of Hudson's I.lver Tone for n few
cunts which Is n harmless vegetible
substitute for dangerous cnlnmel
Take a spounful und It It doesn't
stun your liver mm straighten you
Up bet'er and quicker thun nasty
calomel ami without making you
sick you Just go back nnd get your
Don't take calomel! It mnkes you
r.lck tile next day It loses you a day's
worK. Dounon s I.lver Tone straight-
ens you light up and yen feel great.
No sails necessary dlvo It tn th"
children because. It Is perfee ly
harmleni and tun not nnllvnte. Ad
r .niiuiik 1 '-
JJsdn' $IJS9Si Coupe S75; Touring Cnr $1000; Roadster
' Xki Pano1 Rusin0S8 Cnr $1095; Screen lluainoss Car $!m
P. O. B. Tulsa t
Osage 6440 716 South lloston
Luxurious Living Room Suites
In Overstuffed and Mahogany Designs
Reductions of 15 to 35
Limited space prevents our listing many of our numerous remark-
able bnrgulns In living room suites. Thes? tow however will give
some Ideu of tho low prices prevailing throughout our display
Thrcq-plcce overstuffed tapestry unite spring edge and spring arm
double wob construction luofo cushions Hullo ns Illustrated above
upholstered In high grade tapestry; regular prlco (CODA
1400 salo price 3tUU
Three-pleco overstuffed suite upholstered In high grade tapestry
two-tone effect spring edge double web cuuetructlon loose cush-
ions ltegular prlco 1350 l!OAO
sale price DmO
Three-piece mahogany and cano sulle upholHtered In high grade
vclour louse plllowa on chair nnd rocker davenport tins loose
(Ushlons ltegular prlco 1333 fl?0lrt
Three-piece mahogany nnd cano sulle upholstered In mulberry or
bluo veinur. chair anil riKK. r have loose cushions spring edge
60-1 n c h davenport
table Italian period
nil mnhognny top.
A wonderful buy
specially priced for
this sale Hegular
ltegular prlco $200
60-Inch Queen Anne
davenport table with
mahoeanv top: a
wonderful buy. Iteg-
lar price 37.fi0
price . $24
M a h o g nnv library
table 27x48-1 nch
solid mahqgany ton.
Hegular i'l" 37.S0
Fine Period Dining Room Suites
Unusually Handsome and Substantial
Reductions of 15 to 35
Elght-ploco Jacobean Queen Anno suite consisting of buffet tabla
and five straight chairs and host's chair. Chair seats upholstered
In genuine leather. ltegular price f 200 J- rf r7E?
eale price JblOy.lO
Klght-pleco William and Mary mahogany oultc consisting of buffet
table five straight chairs and host's chair. Seata of chairs up-
holstered In genuine leather ltegular price tT- nc fA
J230 sale prlco tblOZ.OU
nigtjtplece Queen Anne walnut suite consisting of buffet table
flvo'istralght nnd one host's chair. Seats of chairs upholstered In
gctjulno leather. Regular prlcu $225 r-t or
salo prlco 3JLoD
Eight-piece William and Mary mahogany suite consisting of
60-lnch base hjiffet 54-Inch top round table five straight and ono
hopXa chair. Seats upholstered In genulno Spanish (POfiA
leather ltegular prlco $325 salo price JoZOu
Sleep Promoting: Springs and
You will find our mattress stock full of sur-
prises. Wo offer only tho best of accepted
mnkcH nnd the prices being uuotert will bo a
revelation tu Hi ono acquainted with mattress
45-pound semi-felt mattress. This Is no blown
mattress but hand mado and 100 per cent pure
and has exua grade ticking (IjrT fK
ltegular price $12 sale price...... JJ I VO
45-pound felt mattress una that has been soil-
ing regularly at $16. Special rT- -t rvr
for thin salo Oll.7D
60-pound layer felt mattress best grade of
felt ran be hnd In nu assortment of ticking
ltegular price $27.50 tf?01 KA
rale price . u)XOU
llox spring and mnttrewt can be hart In any size
with high grade ticking. Mattress weighs 50
pounds ltegular prlco $55 CQQ rttT
sate price S)OU I D
Buy Furniture Now for
If you nro going to need now furniture In
tho next few months It wlt pay you well to
mako the purchase now nt our Kobrunry Fur-
niture Sal prices. Wo make no charge for
storing Just make your selections and mako
a payment on tho purchase price.
Choose Your Bedroom Suite
From These Distinctive Modes
Reductions of 15 to 35
Threo-ploco Louis XVI. wmlnut bedroom sulto consisting of
largo sued vanity bow-end bed and chlfforctte. (POI C
ltegular prlco $300 sale prlco tPlJLD
Three-piece late Ueorglan period walnut bedroom suite con-
slating of dresser bed unit chlfforctte ltegular COOK
price $325 salo prlco SiUUU
Thrce-pleco mahogany bedroom suite consisting of largo
sized dresser chiffonier and four poster wood bed (J- n(
ltegular prlco $225 rale price. 3JLoU
Three-pleco Queen Anne bedroom suite consisting of vanity
bow-end bed and chiffonier. Can be had In either mahogany
or walnut ltegular price $235 f-hn eri
sale price tyXtOU)
VtHE HOME OF THE "QUICK MEAL" nANGEV
113-115 EAST SECOND STREET
OLI OILVNU TllliVTlOIt 11LIXJ. OSAGE 001
Quick Meal Ranges at
February Sale Prices
Alt the new stylo Moves have raised burners.
No matter how low tho gas pressure may he
there Is always sufficient gas to cook on with
this stylo burner.
Quick meal range whlto porcelain Vnamel
splash and door: pilot lighter. (PHfi ffi
Regular prlco $85 sale prlco tb U.UU
Quick meal range white porcelain enamel
splash door and' legs; pilot tighter and Lorain
oven heat regulator. ltegular (PACT AA
prlco $115 sale price ftiOsUl
Quick meal range nit blue enamel closed pol-
ished steel top nloket trimmed with Lorain
oven heat regulator. Hegular fl- Af ff
price $105 salo price 3)X1:0UU
Quick meal range all white enamel nickel
trimmings pilot light new stylo raised burner
nnd Lorain oven heat regulator. fPI A A Afi
Hegular price $160 sale price.. tDl.4U.Ul
We Prepay the Freight on
Out of Town Orders
Dy all moans out-of-town residents In the
Tulsa trode territory should tako advantage
of the money saving values now offered In our
February Fumlturo Sale. Come In and mako
your selections or place your order by mall
wo will prepay the freight on your purchase.
Prices Are Absolutely jRock-Bottom in Our Annual I
I With lower prices than ever before larger varieties and assort- And this is a store-wide sale with price reductions on our en- 9
1 ntentfl from which to choose better quality Furniture Rugs tire stocks not just on a few odds and ends. Every purchase
u Stoves and other home furnishings Cathey's Annual February you make here during the February Furniture Sale represents a
1 Furniture Sale is by far the most important money saving event genuine saving for you. Easy payments can tdso be arranged if I
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