The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 6 of 50
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rULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5 1922
LIKE THE JAIL FARE
Trent rrlmmcTH Kit Will They lt'K Ki
Btnr nnii !".iit Kh. iinv ;hh1
ittWTSVttL.K .Mo. Feb. 4
Frlsoners In thn contiiy Jnlt lit
Iltintivlllo rorelvo Kiiiiil treatment.
This I jirovi iJ liy tbe f n t Hint tw
v Prisoners recently relensed after
they liml served tlielr sentences went
back to Jnll nnd naked for Minu-
ter for tlio winter
''tdut week I released two tirlauu.
or from the coumy lull" said filter-
Jff John Mllnin. "Tliey bad both
nerved tlielr time one wnn n wlille
man whoso lionw was in Mnbsrly
Thn other n neiiro clutnia Hunts-
villi) nil lila home.
"Tlio negro rain bs k and naked
If lie could remain In the jnll tin'
rest of thn winter nnd then nlnnw
cami! thn white tnnti who had
. walked Imrk from Moherlv to bcK to
BO to Jnll for soveral months."
Tim prlonrs nt the Jail who
number five recently wont out on n
butchering trip with Hhorlff Milam
with tlio promise Hint if they worked
hard nil ilny he woillil try nml nnikn
arrangements for n "chlllen" feed
for th'ni nt nlKht Thn prisoners
All heRrnes. worked hard nil ilny
nnd tlio sheriff mvc lhiii tlio "chit-
lens" nt iiulltlnir time nml tlio
' prisoners rooked them nt nlsht.
"tint I'v Knt In Mult Hint" hi 111
Hherlft Mlls.ni "because nil Ioiik n
they can rt Vhltlene' they nro con-
tent to spend tha rest of tlirlr liven
"Cliltlr no" nre n local ne deli-
cacy concoctcil from Iidk entrails"
Ilockford Hub Line
Thn Tulsa Btreet Hallway com-
pany wnt temporarily enjoined from
opcrntltik n Iiiim feeder to thn Knutli
Qulncy llni' nt n hrnrliiK held Hnt-
nrday before District Judge Valjeun
ltlddlmin. A restraining order hnd
horil previously Issued niralnst tlio
operation of tlio bus nml after twn
hour spent In lietirltiK teatlmcmy
and IcrhI nuthorlty Haturday Judiro
Iltddlron inndo llm reslriiliilnK order
n tempornry Injunction nmt set the
rnae for final hoarlnc Fobruary 2R.
Itcsldcutn on Houth Ilockford filed
on nppllrntton for liijnnrtlon iifralnst
tlio line claiming thnt It Ik 11
nulaanro nml cndnnitered tlio Uvea
of children living on tlio street
PATROL GETS REAL TRAINING
Snbn irol(o Twin Working on Still
tnry nml Fancy Drill JNirinnlliiiiNj.
Tho real thine In mtlltnry exhi-
bitions will b Ringed by Knbii flrotn
patrol nt tlvn nntlonnl convention In
Ban Francisco next June for a com-
bination of effective military and
fancy jlrllls has boon prepared for
use ol Hie patrol by n man of nctual
military experience T. C. Hopklne
locnl American LpkIoh pout officer
who ai patrol cnptnln la nlao dt
rectlni? weokly pntcllc. Ilopklna
will put tha patrol tlirounh neverul
innneuvera which Iio eavr a crack
regiment of iZounvoa Krotich co
lonlalH vxccutlnK brilliantly while on
paradu In Franco. Tho patrol will
enter competition for patrol priieii nt
the national convention Thoro nro
3(1 member In tho croup.
Saba flrotto will hold lie flrat
ceremonial of tl)4 rear tho ovenlns
ot February 11 at Convention hall.
"FOLLIES" TO PLAY HERE
I'irtiimqun llrvuo or Nrw Vork'a'
Iintln Qnnrtrr t'oinlmc lYb. H
Bteeped In no oxotlo ntmoaphero
of ltd Uahemlnn birthplace UukIi
laden and benuty-etronmed tha
arecnwlch Vlllairo Folllcn. n fantaa-
tld revue mirroring tho notlona mid
tho emotlona tho ethlca mid tho nil-
tics of New York'e heralded Uitln
Quarter. Clreenwlch Vtllnifn cotnea to
Convention hull Fobiunry 14
With It coma tho 20 fahioui nr-
tlata" mtdnla nn nrrny of feminine
pulchritude filched from thn vtudlo
nren of New York nmt a hoat of
players each of whom baa been
Identified with the "Follies" since
first It set all New York AKntf with
Its rare beauty cxrpilalto artistry and
DISCUSS CHAKTKK A.MKNIUST
You Tell The World
lo mnkn tin linpnrtnnt nnnnunrenient
Inter that will effect tlio niilomobblln
TIIK N A H II M fyro It company
Ihroiich local Miinngor Chnrlen Mc-
Dnnlela ntinoilncea n reiluetlon on
nil models of the Nnsh foiir-eyllnrter
models to Inko effect nt once The
new prices nt'ithn factory nre: tnurlnK
1911. londatar IIIIIS. einitio 11.41S.
sedan I1.A4& cnb $1206. These prices
nre inn inwtsi in ino iiiiiory oi tno
MAUHIAOI'3 l.KMONHUH: J. U
Nelson 28 nml Wntidn Nynen Morrl-
rnster. 22 and Jessln Mny Iifswell '
ju or 'iijihi; u. u. .Neinon 3H of
rillnliiiiif. Kan. nml Frances 7
Hmllh 2 nf Tuln: Innnn! line. 21
nml Arlaonn Williams. IS of Tulsa.
I. I) Wnrton. 20 nml Wllhemlno
Hnxnwiieyer 2 of Keiins City; John
K. KltZKernld 2S of Tulsn. nml Anltn
l.nnn. 21 ot lllxbv; Albert C. rimltll
iia nnd (lerlrudn I IJoyd. 21 of Kan-
sas f'lly: Itoy HIokrs 21 nnd (Jer-.
trildo Hlilllli 0 ofTillsn.
OWINO TO TIIM Increnso In busl
nee" the Aulo Hpply company 201
Knst Hecoiul hns hecii forced to en-
largo Im InilldlnR nnib will shortly
brunch out Into the wholesale acces-
sory business. W. W. Ilsynes pre.
dent nf this compnny reports busl
ness us IrnprovInK rapidly nnd the
outlook ns belli very brlcht.
Clly Club Listens to Lively IKuatra
on jfoiiMirtisnn ijuchiioii.
Members of tho City club ut their
woekly meeting; nt Hotel Tills.i H.it'
u r day noon listened to n lively dls
cusllou of tho proposed nonpartisan
election nmcmlmcnt to the city
charter. Mayor T. I). Kvnns spnko
In favor of this amendment nml of
the nronosed nmemlment. while 11
J. I.undv sooke acnlnst the election
amendment but spoko favorably ut
some of the other liroposais
Judge James II. DIkks mado only
slliiht comment on tho election
amendment but censured tho muy.r
and commissioner!! hvcause thuy
failed to submit at tha sama time
tha proposed city managerial charter
which was drafted by him und ht
Anion thos wlio took part In
Saturday's discussion were Charles
O'Connor. John nocer. u iiuioii-
Inron and others. Hentlmont was
about enuallv divided for and
against the proposed election amend
.MHS. II F. MnoAltTIlim will
epenk on "Tho I'lste of Fine Arts In
Hei omlnry I'diirntlon" ut tlm remtlnr
illiinir nml meellinc of the Tulsa
Town club nt 6:15 o'clock Monday
evenliiK nt l!d Woods cafo. Mrs.
Msi Arthur will be the only spenker
and following tlm program and n
business session there will bo a no-
ilal session wild n valentine tinge
ItMV. JOHN It. AMI1HNATHY.
(irKslilIng elder of Tulsa district for
the M. It. eliurrh Houth. nnd presl-
ileni i.r Oklahoma Central collego to
be built here by the ilouomlnatlon Is
to bn the spenker nt tha regular
meeting of (he Hilly Hundny club nt
3 t.vioeit Hundny nfternoon at tho
First linptlst church.
It. I. KINTZ of Oelrolt Mich.
suiiremo representative of thn Mao-
cabees was In tho city Hatilrdsy In
lonfereiieo with Henry llrnndon
slain busliiflis msnriger Kiintx nnd
W. 15. Illnnuy of IMtlsbtirgh. l'n.. u
suprimn director ot tha society will
bn speakers at a mealing for organ-
ization of u Tulsa tent February 12.
MAY MIM.KIt. held III the city
Jail on tho charge of vagrancy la not
the Mrs. May Miller who recently
moved hern from Colllnsvlllo and
now living In Irving plum The lat-
ter wna anno) ml Huturdny by friends
phoning her uml asking uliout the
NOIlVAIi AND DlAti lornl Uodgn
denlers announce the follow lug induction-
on nil models of thn Podge
car: All curs sold slucn Jnmuiry 1
will be protected at the new prion:
Hednn 1 1. SDK coupe 114211 touring
1 1.000 roadster UI!S panel business
enr 11095 screened buslntss cur
MHtlT. O. T. HTHOCIC. of the sec
ond division V. H. armv In In the
city on visit to his broiher-ln-lnw
I. K Cone whlln nn a furlough. He
Iish been ordered to Mnnlln Philip-
plnn Islands for which he will sail
March 7. ( 1
II. UOlllNHON. 3B years old who
lives at 2&01 Cast Federal Is In tho
Tulsa general liosiillal suffering
from slight Injuries which ho ro-
telved early Hnturday night In fronli r. ti.i-i. ii tii.
of his homo when a Jitney driven by UrOWS I MlCK liCaVV Hair
1J. M. l'crry 82 North Olllettn ran
Into lilm Ilnblnson was knocked to I
tho pavement. He siiHtnlned In-1
Juries lo Ills right lex and nlo his
body wiis bruised.
CONHItHHe.MAJM r A. uimnw
tiVH announces that ha has on hand
a number of 1023 Year Hooks of
tho department of ngrlculturn nml Is
ready to ninll thenifout to his con-
stituents in thn First congressional
district as long ns tho supply holds
nut lln will nisi) rurnlsh bulletins
freo on hundreds of fnrm.iiuestlons.
Anyoiiu desiring to obtain noplos of
bulletins or tho Year llook should
address Mr. Chandler at Itoom 465
Itouso Office building Washington
IIKAHINO ON TUW application of
Irving PUco residents ror nn Injunc-
tion agulnst thn city officials wns
continued until Monday morning by
Judgo lledmond fi. Colo. Tho Irving
I'laco tuxpayars aro seeking to have
i no city orriciais aniomeu irom pass
ing an ordinance assessing pnvirg
costs ngainst tneir property ii is
claimed that tha costs urn excessive.
Hensatloual charges have been mndu
ugaltiHt City linglneer C. 1C. Orlggs
In connection with tho case. A re
straining order Is now In force
against tho city dads.
MAIlllO llOLDREiN. 15-year-oht
rli l. vliii bint weAk related a sordid
story ot crime according tt Walter
Duckett in which tno gin torn ot
how she had bean forcod Into ths
pntliH of tha crlmlunl by her step-
moihor. will testify Monday against
her father and stepmother at Ku-
faula whero they aro charged with
fraud. Thn girl Is a voluntary wit
ness DUOKeii says following mo
recital of her story sho was mado a
ward of the juvenile court nnu is
now being cared for In a local home.
NKWH OF THF IMIOHIMIC'TI VH
dopurturo ot Ernest I'rang Btiimm
nriranlst. from Tulsa Is carried In tho
IntcBt issue oi "ine wioimiboii oi-
flclal organ of tho national associa-
tion nt iiriraiilsts und of- tha organ
builders' association nt America pub
lished monthly in ciiicugo. tub puu-
llcatton cummentad on tha Institution
nf nubllo recltala In Tulsa by Htumni
and bis directorship nf and usslst-
nncn In orgnnlxlng tho Tulsa Mala
chorus nnd denominated Htamm as
one ot tlio leaning organists or mo
country. Htamm's contract with tho
Flint Christian .hurcli ot this city
cxplros March 111. Iln has not yet
unuouuccil his future pinna
FHANIC MII.T.KK president of tlio
Frank Miller Motor company ileal-
ors in tno huiit. auio nus juni. re
Will Ulert OIHivrs.
Tule.v FI I lint No 2 Amsrlcsn
Womon's Overseas lengua of Okla-
homn will hold Its regular election
ot officers Tuesdny evening of this
week In the Y. W C. A. It Is an-
nounced by Claire Murrell vice com-
mandef. Tho meeting will not bn
preceded by n luncheon s Is usual
but wilt begin nt 7' IB o'clock. At-
tendance of nil members of lh bll-
Ifl thoso both of a yenr's stnndlng
nnd those ndded In tho recent mem-
bership drive Is requested by Mlsi
3S-cent Uottle Onds nil Dandruff
Stops Hair Comlnc Out
Hen keepers sometimes clip tho
queen uees wings to prevent swarm
I AOIICS $1000 HKWAHDt I post
II.-aIu rllir.nl.. ... ir Bum.
ossful "Monthly-' Compound. Hsfely
relieves soma of the longest most
obstinate abnormal cases In 3 to 5
days. No harm pain nr Interference
with work Mall (2.00 Doubla
Rtrength SI. 00. llonklet frn.. Writs
Udsy. Dr T A. Southliuton Hum-
dy Co.. Kansas City Mo. Advr-tlssmeoU
CHICHESTER S FILL
' Ti"' ."' u"f ti t
Tan d tbr nMrtfyMfj
TfW It Mn M Hut. tUmU Alt iUduiisa
Ton minutes nftcr using Dander-
Ino you can not find u slnglo traqs
Of dandruff or fulling hair nnd your
scalp will not Itch but what wilt
please you most will bo after a fow
weeks' use. whon you see new hair
firm and downy at first yes but
really now hair growing nil over
Hit scalp. Danderluo Is to thn hair
what fresh showers ot rain und sun-
shine nro to vegetation. It goes
right to tho roots InvlgoratcH nmj
strengthen them helping the hair
to grow long strong und luxuriant.
One application ot Uauderluo makes
thin llfoletui cororless hair look
youthfully bright lustrous mid Just
turned from Chicago whero ho spent I 'J.?S i" abundant. Advertisement.
the past week. Millar reports busl- LEGAL.
ness as naing verv goon and Intends -ts- - - - n. -- s
ITribnl Osage Oil Leases nt
Public Auction March 2nd
1922 by U S. Government.
Urch 3. Itll at t'swhuvks Oklahoma.
Will it eon ncrfi will l oir-rM for oil
Unit In nusrtar Aoilon trsrii nidi will
If for honm In sililltlon In mraltui. 19
!rasll on day of tU. bMlaitc in IHros
' annual istaiinini ftvitn aieanunu Rcur-
I llr. AVIltiln ailvt'tlacil arva lli-ra are
i about 7000 oil watta tiro.luolnc from two
I oarraia 10 on iniiuianii urria eacn. ina
toiai amir eroauct nn inr nuvimbir. nil.
bflns ahrtut 70 000 barrfii. alto intra ara
about 310 walla drllllnii. All landa ara
now Itaat'l arparauly for sna. Iltue print
mapa ot araa advarttaM ahowlnc tracta
effarail torilhar with traeia ltaaat alio
huwlng traeia producing oil or tfaa can
be had for fifty ctnla tacit alio toga of
producing walla for Iwtnir tiv ernta ach
watt Wtlla V S. Stuptrlnltmlant. Oaasa
Aiincy i-awnuasa uniahoma tor mapa
losa nr furlhr Inforinatlon.
Box Supper nnd Musicnl
For Yeomen nnd Tholr Friends
I.O.O. F. Hall
H2H Houth Doulder
Monday February 6th
Come and Bring Your
If UUWOaklt trim
l?aeh Ciniutfl timV
Regardless of your vocation if you are out of em-
ployment or contemplate making a change from
your present position see Henry Brandon 807
First National Bank Bldg. Monday morning after
(You paid 10$
for the vsame loaf
30 days ago)
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YOU'VE BEEN LOOKING FO
No apologies. No excuses. Just a deep hack in bread prices to take effect Monday
February 6. Every loaf of HOLSUM Bread you ever bought was worth every cent you paid
for it. Producing a quality loaf that has proven to be the despair of competition the mak-
ers of Smith's HOLSUM Bread never have pretended tofollov the ups and downs of the
The temptation of cheap materials as a means to greater profit never has lured us.
The word "economy" doesn't appear in the HOLSUM formula. We pack that formula so
chock full of goodness that the public is willing lo pay for quality a price adequate for
This big new 7c loaf isn't a product of skimping. It is HOLSUM quality crust to
crustand the crust is too. 'The riew price is simply a concession to that portion of the
Public that has voiced a demand for a lower-priced loaf of bread.
-a I?aikiy' we c!?nt believe large proportion of the Public want a small loaf. It is an
ideal oaf for small families but we have ever preached and still preach "the bigger the
loai the better the hrend." TTifrnfniv um nen mteimnn-iim i nn nni nA 1 Rn Unnn
. . ; iiv. uibii.uuiiiii nit luotiuu uic iutiuuvuAiui.ii:ii"
ing their sizes proportionately until it can be truly said that the big 15c loaf is "bread
enough for a week for the average small family. It is the biggest loaf of bread we ever
Don't say 'bread' say
TVILSA BREAD CO
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