The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 162, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 11, 1922 Page: 11 of 20
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MARCH 11 1922
foods! What and Where IdBwSow to Cooim
: 1 1 Hiti I M T
d Scire WJL.
ST. LOUIS YOUTH
Official Reveals' Alleged
"Secret Societies" in
Elite High Schools
SCHOOL HEAD AROUSED
ltc?er.ts Statement That "In-
timate Relations" Were Re-
quired for Membership
ST T."t'Itf. March 10. Official j
o' ti - IhhI publlu school system to-
diiy dtmanded that Victor J. Miller
(.resident of tho board of police
iummissinnrs. l'rovo or rotrnct n
nttnit made In un addrcbs last
niiht that In a St. Iiuls lilgli school
thirc I" i"1 organization momber-
hiu in which depended on a serious
breach of the moral code.
Mr. Miller declared conditions had
en-nnie " hart he ws compelled to
ln pcilliemen and policewomen
to the task of curblne tlio allcKcd
John .!. Maddox superintendent
nr acliooN. i i a statement declared
Mr. Miller had hover brought the
matter h'fnru tlio board of educa-
tion adding "I nni sorry to learn
that St. Louis has even ono citizen
who claims to liavo such Informa-
tion In his possession and failed to
He It to tlio board of education.
U'orcn'a of hlch school students
should rise up In Indignation with
the superintendent of schools and
demand that these charges be
proved or retracted."
Mr. Miller's romurka were mado
at a meeting of tho board of a rc-
11 1 loan organization a local socioty.
and the part of his address pertain-
ing to high school students follows:
'I havo learned on good authority
that there Is an orRimlzatlcm nmoiiK
cntaln Rirl students In ono of our
city high schools founded upon tho
fntranco requirement that each
member must navo naa an intimate
relationship with somo boy.
"I know I know that such a so-
tidy with similar admission requi-
site exists among a group of boy
students nt tho same school. Just
think of it! My Information has so
convinced me that 1 havo detailed a
number of special officers nnd po-
licewomen to work on tho case."
Mr. M'Hcr declared danco laws
l.quor tho movies nnd Xho sUgo.
Mere responsible) for a lot of tho
A number of Amorlcan Legion
pots last December adopted rcsolu-'
Hons condemning Mr. Miller for u
speech ho made December 5 beforo
tin Kast St. Louis (III.) Junior
thflmbnp of commerce In which ho
s rcportca as saying "70 per cent ;
ti tne criminals lonay aro iormcr
Several posts oven aBkcd Governor
Hyde to remove him from tho pollco
board but Oovornor Hyde refused
ta do to when tho Junior chamber
of commcrro of Kast Ht. louls
ajojited a resolution expressing tho
belief that Mr. Miller cast no oaper-
ilon on former servlco men.
Mr. Miller In a formal statement
aniwcrlns the former soldiers
Pointed to the fact ho himself was
a former soldier having been un In.
atructor In the army during tho war
and that his remarks wero designed
ai a defenao rather than a condem-
nation of former koldlers. Ho stated
that hla remark wero to the effect
that It was not surprising that a
larjo number of criminals wero
former soldiers as virtually every
ab!ebodled man between the ages
of St and 31 served or should have
frved. during tho war and that his
remarks wero misinterpreted.
.Mr. Miller lata today stated he
ould furnish evidence to prove his
charges of vice conditions at a local
Publla high school when told that
John C. Tobln president of tho
board of education announced ho
would call a Bpeeial mooting of tho
turd to consider tho charges. Mr.
jobin denounced tho charges as
Of Many Feathers
Arc New Evening
IN SULPHUR BANK
Some Records Also Gone
Says Report of State
Dy AnwlJtct rrtiMi State Wire.
M'l.I'Itrit March 10. A short-us'-
of JS2.000 and part of tho rec-
ord missing 119s been dlwnvcred
by John Knox examiner In rhartie
"f tho defunct Hank of Commerce
according to a. signed statement
from him Issued early today.
The shortage had been carried on
'ho books of tho bank for sometlmu
and ha been covered up by cross-
entries from one account to another
th" statement says.
Suggests (irmnl Jury.
Tlio examiner suggests that n
gianu jury tie caned and tho evl-
Idenca of the. examination bo ued as
'a. basis for establishing who
I wrecked the bank.
' Tho evening that lixamlner Knox
lairlved In Hulphur ho liml a con-
versation with Charles Hryan active
vh'8 president of thu bank In whlrh
I ho win told that th bank was
closed because "we ran out of cash
.and sight exchange."
I "There Is nothing wrong with tho
bank" Hryan is said to havo told
Knox "and a commllteo Is now In
session and everything will be ad-
Justed satlvfactorfyy and new capital
is being raised."
Knox granted an extension of
Affidavits In tho bunds of Sir.
Knox Htnto that tho policies of tlio
bank wero dictated by Hryan; that
tho other officers knew of Irregu-
larities and talked wlth'Hryan about
them according to Knox's stuto-
ment. "Thero havo been soveral gtiod
bankers of tho slate who huvo
called nt tho Hank of Coinmcrco
and wanted to see If arrntigumonts
could' bo miido whereby they could
tako over tho deposits and assets of
tho bank and reorganize so that the
depositors rould reallzn on what
they had In tho bank" the state-
A mooting of tho deposltora will
Fuss and fcathrrs ulll to particu-
larly truo ns applied to milady's
ovenlng toilet this reason. Feathers
aro the height of fashion Just now
nnd ono may bo almost completely
clad in them from head to foot.
Hero aro shown a hair ornament
nrmlet collarette vonlty bag anklet
fan slippers and oven a party mask
of ostrich' fronds.
be railed within a short time to dis-
cuss piutiii of adjustment.
Mayor W. II. (l'at) Hlley. who
was charged with emheasleinent of
tS7.0oo of city funds In conduction
with tho closing of tho bank was
hound over to district court on
15 000 bond at preliminary hearing
before Justice of tho I'eaco J. V.
Copplo jesterday afternoon.
Ilrjiin Committed Kiilcldt.
itrj.ui was found with a bullot
hole through his hend In a barn nt
tho rear of his home on tho after-
noon of February 28 after a vr-
nim for his arrest had been nerved
In the forenoon by Sl.ei'ff John
Parks. Uryan had prions ri Parks
ho would surrender Lit t In the day
If he would bo allowed to ai range
a few matters.
It was charged In tho Informa-
tion of County Attorney IS V. 1'agan
tint Hryan and Major Hlley had
gone to Oklahoma City ami dis-
posed of city bonds and an account-
ing for same had not been made.
Ho ml is wore t (-ported to bo mim-
ing hut the bank was clone.! and an
Inveotlgnllnn could not ho Hindu
until affairs had .been placed In the
hands of examine!.
Funeral of Noble Will
lie Held This Afternoon
The funeral of John Franklin No-
ble mm retary-treasuter of the
Charles '. N'ohla Oil Sales company
ond eon of Charles F. Noble presi-
dent of the company will be held
Saturday nfternoon at 2:il0 o'clock
from tho homo of his parents Mi
nnd Mrs. Charles F. N'oble. Tin
Christian Sclonco s.ervi-cs will be
held followed by burial In Hose
1IIII cemetery. Noble met hi- death
Thursday when ho fell down nn
elevntor shaft In tho Mayo building
Ills I'larn of Worship.
When on his way to ovenlng serv-
lco to now minister of to villni;o met
a ilslng young man of tho place
whom ho was nuxioua to Interest In
"Good evening my young friend"
ho salt! solemnly 'Mo you uver at-
tend (i plara of worship?"
"yes. Indeed ilr every Sunday
night" replied tho young fellow
with a smile. "I'm on my way to
seo her now."
- i ll'Musical Profram
At the Baptist Church
An nil muelral program with a
leading to musical necompaulment
as ono of the principal number
will onHtitutv the Sunday evening
service at the First llapllst church.
The ihythmlo leading will bo of
Oscar Wlhles "Tho Selfish illant"
by Miss Josephine Irfiym.in of the
I'nlverslty of Tulsil fartullv to 11
inusl. at setting played by Mis. Flo
Ninth Harking. Miss lyiiuui's
letidltleti of this allegory by the fa-
mous Hilllsh playwilght was de-
nominated dramatic and beautiful
by Individual! In the nudlenco at a
recent public organ recital. Mrs.
(I. Uarabedian will play "Leu Pro-
hides" (Walnt Haens) 011 tho violin
and vtlll .iri'ompany the church
quartet in lendittnn of "My Faith
Ixioks I p to THee." the choir will
sing "Tho Lord Is My Hhepltenl.'
Hev. V. O. Anderson will bring a
suitable message ami l'rof. John
Kniiwle Weaver will preside at the
FOLLOW OKLAHOMA METHOD C0RN EATER'S' CLUB
(iiilt Heads CniiffiU-nilo Hume.
AltMOKK. March 10. John I.
(hilt of Ardmnie has been le-otecteit
Precldent of the Oklahoma confed-
erate home- other officers soleet-
ed bv Ihe Imai.l of dlreilors are- T
l Turni'i-. OUIahimia Ci'v vice
Mi-.iliMl .iii'l 1; H Snerii of Aid-
IIM-l e M . t ! I I I I .1 .ill
AiUiiiisik ('oUmi (roers at ( iipllnl
(atln-ilng salon Inlormallou.
OKLAHOMA flTV. March 10.-
ArkansKn eottnti giou rH ylll market
their 1 9"2 1 rop on the Oklahnm 1
plan ami will work In eomplelo hiir-
mony with the Oklahoma Cotton
(Irowern -i iHtlon who. with a
delegation of prominent Arkansas
grower and banker was la Okla-
homa Cllv today.
Tho pnily In composed of lnem-
beis of the vrnltvo eommltteo of
the Arkatinas Cotton association and
of a rointiilltee ieiresentlng the
Mill Hoik Clearlnghouso aMocla-
tlon. Thev nio vlnltlng Ihe offlcen
of the Okl.ihoma Cotton association
lit gather tnfoi matlon whlrh will ha
Useful In lompli ling thn orgnntail-
tlon of the Aikansss body as a sales
agency for Its members.
I.C.C. Man Relinquish I
Rale Power to Slates
Orgniilallon to imt CiiiimiiiiiuIimi
of ..Male its Commnti Kiel
I oi'incil In Iowa.
LINCOLN Neti. March 10.- -Delegates
from s dnxen mtddlewestern
niates aro expected hero February
15 when tho Installation exercise
of an organisation to be known ns
'The Coin F.atera of Amerlra" will
e solemnized. The meeting has for
lis purpose the creation of a nation-
al .association each mmher of
which Is pledged to partako of a
corn protturt menu oneo each ila)
lit an endeavor In Increase thn con-
sumption of corn with a view of
stimulating tlio price of the pind-
uct. The foundation of thn association
waa laid here recently when the
Nebraska 'Villi" as tho chapters
will be iiilleO win 01 ganli-d at a
l-nnqiti-t attended bv mole 1 1 win fl
bundled Nclit auk ins iou re'iillnn
iiaricti.ttiral. cmnim 1 lal nnd Imlus-
1 1 .III VI Kklll -111 I Hit I III o.lglueit the
' ' i' V ' "i II ruloi n latiM t
fiattired the menu of which wai
coinnosed of com product soli 1
Attt tilling Ihe banquet was a y-li-t
In which corn again w.-i
irownnl king and a man Inge wall
"tjini-n Mlnnlo Wheat" performed
with signal reramonl'-s
Tho Lincoln chamber of en n-
men o has taken up the movement
and sent out Invitations to chambers
of commerce agricultural rollcgci
farm bureaus federations and farm-
er organisations generally through-
out tho corn and wheal belt of ih
middle west urging representation
at the meeting February 11 lih t
view of making It a national organ-
Isatlon. Nebriiskn lows Illinois.
Indiana Ohio Wisconsin Noilii
nnd Houlh Dakota Minnesota Kan-
sas Missouri Oklahoma and Tcjchi
haa been approached according y
Cnnfcilenilo Officer Dies.
AllDMoHIJ March 10. Capl. W.
It. Wood confederate vetoran and
pioneer of southern Oklahoma died
line Huh morning. He has been
I loniliient In teicianV work through-
out itie n 1 hi n for ee-rnt year.
TOI'KKA. Kan Mar. h In
till II of ntate rate making p -vei
Ihe state commission whs n--n t
day bv ( hde M Heed rlinlimin
the K. mi-in tillblb' ullllllis loinn
slon in Ihe i.i;n..t of the I "
t'-r 11 up 1 . 1 em i wllh ii rnlntnltl
in 1 ' 1 'ito coMintt.toii n 1 1 1 !
Mnr. Ii t ;
Report of Two
LONDON March 10 Pre-
mier Lloyd George III nnd de-
pressed over thn political situa-
tion started for Wale.s today
leaving behind the blackest stuto
crisis since wnr days.
Angered by tho violent at-
tacks of his tory oncmies In par-
liament the premier is roportcd
to havo drawn up his resignation
and placed It In tho hands of
Austen Chamberlain to bo deliv-
ered to King Oeorgo when the
Irish Frco Ktuto act n pasned by
tho hoiiso of commons for pica-
LONDON. March 10. Accord-
ing to tho Saturday llovlow Pre-
mier Lloyd Oeoigo haw handed
ills resignation to Austen Cham-
berlain government lender In
tho liouso at eomlnoiis for pre-
ontallon to King (leorge whon
the Irish Free State act is pasned
by tho houie of lords. Tho news
papor said tho premier decided
not to wait for tho (Jcnoa con-
ference "becauso tho United
States and Franco torpedoed his
hopes of big things from that
Corner Tlilid nnd Cliejciinc
(.ntxl Quality Small
biK.'L'liillMa In Fresh Fruits ami ouelnlileM
Only One Illot-k Went of 1'. O. AIlTlllll L. FOIU) Prop.
asuMi ii ii ' lis ULAHKsaBHnaHK)-iaBBKans
218 to 228 tho Big Store on East First Street
Just 2Vs Blocks East of Main Street
Specials for Saturday
2-lb. pltg. Comet
o-oz. uottlc Wil- -i -i
son's Chili Sauce JLIC
Aunt Jemima Buckwheat
J.6;oz. jar stuffed ro
1 gal.-can Red (JJTj AO
Pitted Cherries tDi.fcO
rgc .alt Mack- i r
pork Chops. To
Bacon whole or OQn
half per pound. . UJs
Standard itib boned and
per pound uJy
6-lb. bucket Mor- Q
roll's pure Lard .Olt
10-lb. bucket Morrell's
I" lUclLrr3. . 851 blJ
PHONE OSAGE 726
"Captain Kidd will r-
Uatm your UttU baby
lady by handing ovr
that big boM of Ktltogg'
Corn FhUt$. Alt my
pirattB won't tot any
other kind for brtah
fatt but Kllott'l"
If you like crisp and
delicious corn flakes
insist upon Kellogg's
Kellogg's arc the original Corn Plakes and
they ought to be superior in flavor and in crisp-
ness! You have only to eat Kellogg's then try
the imitations to know the wonder deliciousncss
of Kellogg's. You never ate more fascinating
food than Kellogg's Corn Flakes I
Tomorrow morning serve Kellogg's at the
family breakfast party! Let big and little folks
tell you how much better Kollogg's Corn Flakes
really arc becauso Kellogg's are never tough
or leathery and that Kellogg flavor well just
prove it out for yourself 1
Insist upon Kellogg's tho delicious kind of
Corn Flakes in the RED and GREEN package
that bears the signaturo of W. K. Kellogg
originator of Corn Flakesl NONE ARE
'GENUINE WITHOUT ITI
Des'r letft KEULOCO'S
Com Flikti Jf mtdt by tkt
lalki who givt you th JUN-
GLE LAND MoviBt Piaut'i.
Coupon ittildt iviif pirkitt
cl KELLOGG'S Corn Fltkri
tiplitnt how you ctn olum
noiAsr cop ol JUNGLE-LAND.
Alio m.l.r. ol KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES soil
KELLOGG'S BRAN coolid aed LrulM
Trade With the
AHC'llKIl AND liOn.DI It ()Sfil
We have redecorated and remodeled our place and
now carry a complete lino of Fresh and Cured Meats.
We carry the best tho market affords in Chickens
Fryers Ducks Geese and Guineas. We dress them
free while you wait.
Guaranteed Fresh Country Eggs 22c
The OPENING SALE of Traders No. 4 Buick building
second and Boulder in March 1021 was GRAND.
The EXPANSION SALE of Traders No. 4 Buick build-
ing Second and Boulder in September 1921 was
The ANNIVERSARY SALE of Traders No. 4 Buick
building Second and Boulder last week was MAR-
VELOUS. Every Word
Every word every lino and every paragraph of our
advertisements in each of the above sales and in all our
business activities was fulfilled and complied with to
So Is It Now So Will It Always Be
Subject to our supply and reserving the right to restrict
quantity sales the following sale prices will be con-
tinued for a few days:
l.ilv of tli' VHllcy Churl's In
l : cl "
1 1 1 .(
1'ull' liCH III 1-11)
n.Iih'.n -lb. size
mi J i (j it) red
Atmotir's 'fall Vorl-liest
to t'l 00
a-ttlfl'ii Wlill" Naphtha
-".i' li burs
Aprl'-ols In 1-lb.
Apn'ols. No. 2'm fU'"
I i . jiilpC . (i
I'mit x 1 fi-ni I'm e
I nut Preserves .......
iiir liraliils IH-Oii l'uro
I ! 'nn good 'lu.illly
iii.d in K'i'id condition.
l 'j a sue Mixed l'rult
Clm-CUo Dm iiiatnnt
-rr. ( .
IliKiil l.odo Island
Salad DressliiR .......
Hoiitlirrii Maid Hyrup
r - n i . ni
Knulh'-m .Maid flyrup
I'm kugo Cm runlH
Dreyfus Dollclous Mayoiiiiiun'
R -i.. size
Kiinbciiiii 1-oz. slzn
Mayonnuli-o lin sslng.
MayonnHlse Urrssins .
1 i 'f Ii OK li In. nm Ksgs
nut in rui ions
lti.i H. Icrt 1'rcKh
I -'I t"h-l
ALL OTHER PRICES WILL REVERT
ANNIVERSARY SALE BASIS
Traders No. 4
Buick Bldg. Second and Boulder Phone Osaco G970
JULIUS HENKE Proprietor
Phones Osage 2080 or 7828 107 East First St.
We havo plenty of nice fat young hens and a few
frying size chickens. We dress 'cm ourselves.
HERE YOU ARE:
1 lb. package
Tilln lmvliiK hail srwi'nl
"MceliH Is mm In Inn
inlilit nf n (o.Ki-.Mmln"
mcvU. 'I'Iicmi m-rksi arc
lif ltliiir mi i in xi lit r Unit due
may rxiiirl Minmctilntlly n
"('(iiiio - niiil(i('t Nome -
5 dozen $1
Co Ilnncli un t'rlino
Kilt lionet rullud
jicL't Jvoasl . . . .
Minion Hliuuliler 1 i i
ii. -..in JLJil'
.Minion In cat l lor '-
j-ork blioiildcr -
hiiuiililcr of - tsj
inl Hi cast tu rj j
at ii rr or istcw I"1C
Chuli u Ixf of 4-ill
Iliilnu-Muild "I J
Hood Huiokcd )
llest Veal 1Q
Uest Hhoulder - (11 .
flioleo 1Mb and Urlslict - ln
JiolllniT licet XUL
llomo-Ciirod Corn 1 (J.
('.cm Nut Margarine OO.
(loin Nut Muruarllic
Famous MnKiinlln (fts
CriMiineiy liutler 'JlUL
w . knoii rn. rti -a
half :.lli.ll fD X.ll
M.i .nil on
I iir Kallon . . . .
4 Fancy Grape Fruit . 25c
Or by the dozen . .65c
Fancy Dates package 15c
Wincsap Apples 10 lbs 90c
Dromedary Dates package 10c
We Doliver All Orders Free Over $10. Less Amounts
Wo Charge 15c
PLEASE ORDER EARLY IF YOU CAN
We will Rlii ouo beautiful iiiinii'lnii with caeli bnttto of tho
r.uin.iis In and ot I'ji.imuimi Sul.ii Hi ewliiir. Bee it. Tnsle I'.
Un. it if ion have never tiled Mm wnid rf'il product. Trv oim
liniile. One larRU size ll-onii'e hot He nRUbir 10e.
Hpirbil Introductory pilic
J. ii ku raus
6-lb. Htpne Jars I'urs
2 cunn OH Sardines
i boxes JIatcliss
lr. nis Campbell or
li"miui II road
UirRo size samo Oread Qt
: i.ins Fancy Standard
; Aet-t c)rj
inns Fancy Country
' ntlciiiuii Corn
' 'i ini. i I'eaches sliced. t
null srup larRo OOs
1. 1 IK UuL
u u cans N Uo
Un Ii or poor old nnd young hiq Riven tlm suine courteous treat-
ment In this food dispensing establishment.
$r.(in Orders IJclhcrcd 1'rci' I Attn Aiiiouutu ISri
' Rlva phono orders for delivery special utteution.
If ou cannot Mrlt iih
PHONE CEDAR 2854 CEDAR 1743
PUBLIC SERVICE GROCERY
EVERYTHING TO EAT
sMTTION WITIIOt f 1 'IH COST
"N nrl licii-t ( orii'-r scc iul ami lloiildcr
THE GROCERY CENTER OF TULSA
100-lb. Sack $1.05
To oilier merchants fi-wick
To oilier merchants .'i-eack
4H lbs. C1 Q(T
24 lbs. White d1 1 K
48 lbs. White mc or
Try It nt mir ppeiis tiaUo out
(if any Mick dsn what )m mint
If not pbiiM'il wei will rctiinil
l'l'I.lj iurt'lias4i jirlcc.
No. 2'n can I'eaches In
in heavy syrui
No. 3!ii can Apricots OQ
not I syrup AOt
No. 2H J'lnrapplo In Ofi
heavy ryni ZiDL
No. 11 can lied 1'lttod Ql
Clierrles O JLC
No. 1 can Uxtra I'ancy sin .
Hartlott I'ears UUK
No. 2 can Kancy 1'aclc fA
J puckaRes tipashettl
2 cans KiiRiir Of?
2 cans Uaiiy fir ..
un I'cas UOj
Can't Be Beat
Quality Price Courteous
2 cans Host Hominy I'jjC
No. 10 or Kallon size Q( t
Apple Hotter OO C
No. 10 nr Ration slzo California
I'eeled I'eaches 6C
III lllfclB r- K
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