The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 162, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 11, 1922 Page: 8 of 20
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY MARCH 11 1922
CHANGE OF VENUE!
Fears Cook and ShelloJ
Will Ho Tried in
Pawnee County !
FEELING YET BITTER1
Mentioned as First Viceroy to Ireland
.1 initio Holds Men Entitled to
Hearing In County Not
A ff acted
Ah 11 l'pnri Torn W. r..ik ni'il
l'mtik flhelton tho Mux men w ho
Hro m-pinw-rt .r murdei Inir Mnrrv
Aursndt ami setlously w midline Ike
Wllkerson. ioll'p f f l-Trs. on the
nlcht "t December 17 when bandits
alleged to li Kcr Cook unit Hhcl-
inn hijacked thn officers will be
tried In 1'iiwnec April ID. nrc onlliiK
to decision mad Krlday nvonlnv
tiy District Judge Itedmond H. Colo
fit tlm cotirliiHliiri of llm hearing on
I he application nf the Ihieii Men fur
X chimge nf enuc.
In m anting tho change of venue
to I'swiho minify Judftu Coin sold
Hint liw illil ll as h matter nf procriu.
linn. I'llbllr feeling fll thin count'
while not. openly puMudlccd Hgiiltisl
the three turn showed nn tmilurciir-
lent nf strong Mtlnn ns nvldencrd
ly ri ice (nit chinch menllng nt wlir li
Itev. Harold W. Cnnku Hindu a fiiUc
hmhIiiM the nllvfoil murderers. The
Judge Mid t tut t hecnuse Pawner) was
lik own town lin illil tint llkn In
Irnnsfer llio ense there for trlnl but
felt tlmt Inasmuch nn din testimony
introduced nt t tin chnngn nf vcnuii
hearing liy oiiiimttl for tho accused
Won showed thnt there wns some
prejudice Dm men wero entitled t'l
n trial In n county which .win not
affected liy the nlleKeil I'rltnr
The trlnl in nt ii rt tlm morning
if Apt II 10. JiiiIro Colo will licnr
t lie esse Hnd .Inhti (lolili'dlir-iry n ml
T. li. Wnllncc iinslHtuntn In tlm coun-
ty attorney's office will inpresont
Hie stnte. Tlio trial I oxpoctcd to
lust n week. J. M. NprlnKor counsel
for the Ihteo iimii would not eltitn
I'rltlny whether or not ho would nek
Aurnndt wnn hilled nlinnt X o'clock
tho night of December 17 nenr tho
Oy Avory fnrin. enst nf Tnlwi. lie
mid Wllkerson hnd been out rabbit-
hunting urn! were rctui nltifc to town.
Wlion nenr tho Avery farm nnother
rnr drove nltitigsldo and two men
Jumped out ntnl ordered Aurnndt
who wan driving to Imlt. Ha
Htopped Ihn rnr In tho face of guns
held hy tho two hnndlts and rntrird
Ills hnnds. 'Die two tnen fired upon
tho officers and after shooting sov-
prnl times Jumped bnclc Into tho car
and drovo away Auinudt who wan
nhot twleo In tho body died luto
that nlKht. Wllknrsou wnn shot In
tlin leg and la ett 111 In tho hospital.
Tho threo men woro arrested
pntly tho next morning nn tho Skin-
took rond. Wllkerson had told of-
flcurn noon after ho wan shot thnt
Cook and fenrn wero tho men who
nhot him AVhen tho officers nr-
rcBted thorn Bhnlton who gavo hi
namo at thnt tlmn an Mill Dalton
nnan it. u. Htnltn wnn with the two
I'lihlla feelhiK nt the tint of tho
nrreitn was ntronely nttnlrmt tho
mreo men two nf whom Wllkernnn
positively Idnutlfled and tha night
follnwlnt; tho nrrertn a rrowd nf
2000 people Kntherod nt tho court-
hotino. U'hero wcrn no attempts nt
violence and after Hlicrlft W. M.
McCtilloiiKh had succeeded In con-
vincing a committee from tho crowd
thnt tho men wero not In the Jail
tho Catherine dlsporsed
Tho nherlff hnd taken tho men
that afternoon to RuptilpH and from
ihero they wero transferred to Mus-
kogee whero they wero secretly
kept until two weeks ago.
Tlm 11:1 tin of I mil l MiuiL 11111 r.:y Ii nuinn 1.11 i.iikii.ii iiiiuhi 11 Li t
Bnvrrnor-Kencrjil nf tlm Irish Kreo Htn'e nnd linn piwi'rful ImckloR n
cnrdliiK l rcpottn Just renchlnK here Lord ! Iniuk'hnrn.-y wun horn in
Milwaukee tint son of nn Irish pollcemnn The seledlon of thu Atnrricnn-
horn 1'niinil.jtii who nt one tlmo wns president of tho Crin.idlim I'nrKii-
railway would ho a very Imnnlnntlve move It would bo popular In Can-
ada nnd tlm l nited Rtates and there Is soma renson to hellcvo It would lie
entlsfnrtorv to thn 8lnn Keln.
coNTiNontr rnon rAan ones
nnd sent thu rcRtilnr tings of money
In ndtnnvn nt tho tlmo appointed to
havo "special escort"
When tho time cam Differ
showed up and "escorted" tho mes-
sender out of sight of the station
and made Jits Kot-nwny with the
Ills "root" Unopened.
Kverythlng worked fine no com-
motion whs raised nnd l'llger wns
allowed to take tho "money" to his
homo. Early this 1 lornlng police
went out to his resldonco nnd nr-
testcd him. Under carpets they
found the lings which hnd been un-
opened. Charges of highway robbory were
filed ngnlnt Plliicr nnd he wns held
In Jail. Fifty dollars la mnrked
bills Included In tho Iron washers
served to Identify l'tlger.
WITH MANY IN
Hounds llnptilillrnn: Mrs Krntik
Henmnn I). 1). Iliilley.
Coiumlsslnner No. 1 Drmocrnts:
C. ! Hiltton v. n. ltohdo J. C.
Whiteside It. I:. Ctirrnn. .11. O.
Ilonif. ('. O. fiiiny. C It. Jlllm H.
W. Hales Itriiiibllcans: J. Hen-
.to til I it Held K. K. Hlinrt O. A.
Coiuiiilssloner No 2 Demoernts:
J. M. nutohfluld. Charles J. llulff.
Jeff Chuiimiiu Udwnrd Ymler 1'red
t Kitchen Charles Itlchnrdson
Wllllnin I' HnstltiKS. Vernon l' Pen-
ninn. C. H. Cooley H. A. Curtis. He-
pu.illcans: Tom (I11I1111 II. I'. Lons-
dale C. H. Youiikiuiin 11 1 C.
Meyer. H. T Darnell dnmncrnt:
William It. Weslon republican; li.
It. Huberts lepubtlcnn.
Commlssiiiner No 3 Democrats:
Harry W. Klskaddon Denny Jones
Charles AV. Daley. C. M. flliormley.
Itepuhllc&ns: J M Adklsnu V. II.
Ifpnderson (c). A. W. llrlnk ro-
publlrnn; It. It. Dunklo repiibllcan;
Joseph Koresmnn republican.
Cnntmlnslonar No A Democrats:
A. I'. Howies A. J. Itudd. A. V.
Vouug I.oretiio Orler S". D. lllnck-
er Ira II. Olbbons I'M Hmlth. C. M.
Downlnir. John Itnlney. A. C. Ullln.
James J. Kannlm; II. T. Jonos. He-
publlcnus: I.llnli I). IJndsey Clmrles
ilnley C. It. Ppster (c) It. O. Itums.
Mou-pat'tisnu water 1 oiumlsslon
(two yenr term) (leorgo II. llcrry.
Jr. C. It. McCullnush. II. K Htnnd-
even Joseph T. Droiint Iuilo
Jncnbs. Kour-yeor term: C. fl. Avery.
A. i l'arinor a. i:a wnrrcn 11. ik..
Treasurer of School Dosrd
Oeorgo I!. Ileevss Frank K. New-
kirk Jnmes it. KUnc.
WOMEN OF CITY
the women they wanC'il to vote for
them. When County chairman Logiin
referred to tlm potential "grand and
glorious democratic ldnry" In nn
Impassioned xpevch some nf tho
"boys" so Xnr forgot thetnsnlvi s as to
shout Joyously "hot dog'
IIiiIch Hint Itcgrcts.
0. W. Hairs lanillilntn for com-
missioner cleverly called attciitlon
of tho club mombers to 1111 asset
Hhnrcd by several (if his constituents
wnen ne dcciaren tiint no nail tno
grentrst resiiect for old men and ro-
grelteil to havo to heat them. J U.
Whltoslde. likewise pnuilldato for
commissioner nroio at thin In mock
wrath and tho ladlen encored most
appreciatively th Httlo by-plny
stngvd fur them
Mrs. lluruott vice chairman nsked
that the women not forget the wom-
an candidate for school bonrd Mrs.
W (Humph and also Introduced
Mrs. IT. It. Howard whom elm
named as "undoubtedly tho next first
lady of Oklahoma."
Mrs. Howard receiving quietly tho
courtesy accorded her by tho ap-
plause given standing set precedent
for women In politics whon eho de-
clared tlmt her husband did nil nf
the talking In her family nnd thereby
excused herself from inaklntr a
The meeting wns largely attended
by both men and women.
COSTINI'ntl fllOH PAOK ONH
This he explained wan the start of
his literary career
If ispltsl and labor and rlty men
mid farmers would get together arid
lenh nn imilerslandlng the elimi
nation r.t their differences would he
' rn- it limn making this speech be-
iiumi flunking to'inlros an uffoit"
Itngera (I ei tared.
I "llin morula (if a country of nn
j 'irganitNtinti or of an Individual
bei oinee unaltered by Intolerance"
ii n hsi rtiil "and no man or woiiinii
r 1. it on or (intanlxntiou la big
nougli to liat nnd reason slmul-
tniiri.uvi' There wns never a time
in l.uropp when reasoning Is more
ipusKity yet many of those for-
i.'ti tiiiirilrlPS listo each other 10
imrnnilv Ihey cannot ronson "
Agitator have gained a dangerous
'001 bold u thn ranks of labor prln-
irmllv bemuse paidtnl the employ-
. r - has brpn busy building up Its
tijsliipir and his personality without
inking tlm men into Its cnnfldencn
and Hiking their cn-operatlon In thn
' - run-in of Its plans the speaker
1 ' ' lat 1 il.
Sp tlm Agitator
1 tie logging camps nf the
r'lui'Kt there Ii n roiitliiiinl flntwl
1 s V. and romtnunNt speei h
1 nti inttiro. Tho men who spun-
r iin'fio rniises are accomplished
I 1 i.iin Incltig sionkers and with-
.' nn- truth to rounteiHit their
a'ds the tiutli coming from em-
l( crs theso words fall on credit-
s ems. Most of these laborers
inc never seen their employer.
i..t Hi.-v do sen tlm ugltntors nnd
jr their speeches nnd feel their
1 (no continually.
. benii labnrern nro all right.
I be trnuhle Is with their minds. No
ran will fnllnw a false leador If he
' n ivs he Is falsi). Hut the trouble
i) tint tho men hnvo been eo neg-
tprtiil by inpltal they don't know
'bey are following false leadors.
npitnl Is nt fuult because there In
i"t ciinugh ci"aene to labor. All
men In overalls tiro 'all wool nnd
a ynrd wide.
"Von can't get good will by forco
or co-operatlnti by hnto. Misinfor-
mation in as numerous nn the sands
on thn desert. Truth Is nn senrco
ns hnrber-Hliop In HumsIii.
"Haimicl Clnmpers Is nil right I
lain iv him. I In hns mnde stretiunus
nnd persistent of f i I n to keep the
reds tint of tho ranks of labor.
"I want It understood that I nm
not ngulimt Inbnr. Hut I may be
ngnlnst some of thn things It does
without being nposod to It as a
whole. Them Is nno amendment to
Mm constitution with which I 11 nt not
In favor. Hut that tUwn not menu
I 0111 opposed to I ho constitution of
the United Hlntes."
.N'ccil No Third Tarty.
rtogern bellqvoa the differences be-
tween rnpltnl and labor can and
should be settled without tho Inter-
ference of a tlilnl pnrly.
"I am a tnurrled mnn. Occasion-
ally Mrs. lingers nnd I Inve our dlf-
rlnil "IMcrao" Crcovilc.
NKVf YORK. March 10.-Sixty-four
barrets of whisky labeled
"creosote" and "Unseed oil" were
soiled In a freight car on Gtnten
Island today nfter being tracod by
prohibition enforcement agents from
fcicncee I con tell by the look In
her eyes that everything Is not going
well domestically. Hut 1 have found
that If I lake her by thn hand and
wo talk to each other across a table
we sonn aro able to Iron ou' our
dlffeiencos. However when my
mother-in-law butts In there Is hell
"There are Just as many decent
employers as there aro decent em-
ployes. Kully !8 per cent of capital
Is all right and so Is 05 per cent of
labor. What I want to do Is to kick
out the other fUe per cent on oath
Thn speaker related an expciienee
wbU h befell him while n lumberjack
to lllustiate his statement thnt tm-
j derstandliiK between employer -nnd
employo will croate harmony and
'drive out discord nnd communism.
He had heard a great deal of
I. W. AV propaganda distributed In
tho camps and hnd neer seen his
employer who was branded by these)
nguatnrn nn a uangerous HIl'l merci-
One day lingers was struck by a
pleco of falling timber. When he
awoke he was In a camp hospital and
hie employer wnn nt his hide. When
he regained poneclousnesn hn In-
dulged In a free speech about em-
ployers In general nnd his own In
Saiv Human Side.
At this Junctiirn his employer
made known his Identity. He began
to talk. The two ennversed fur
lump than 3) minutes during which
Hie ernplovcr frankly told hi post-
tlnn ami bin attltudn toward his
workmen nnd regretted that agita-
tors had pained such a foothold on
Ills men. lingers pointed out to him
why these ngltntors hnd been so suc-
cessful hernusn the workmen had
never fen their employer nnd really
did not know whether ho was
Irfiter this employer nt lingers'
request visited the camp frequently
taking thn men Into hl confidence
and proving to them ho was tint
merely n machine. At the end ol
lx months no I. W. W. buttons were
In sight 11111I thn entire crew of 2.1(10
men was lendy to fight for their
employer. Tho next agitator that
visited tlm camp wnn laid up In a
hospital for several (nys recovering
from a severe bent Ink' nt tho hands
nf nno nf the lumberjacks.
Tho mino kind of understanding
Is needed between city men and far.
mern the speaker declared. Ho ad-
vised tlm most efficient manner of
accomplishing this tnsk Is to get city
men nnd fnrmers frequently under
tho s.imo rnof to discuss their dlf-
ferenres nnd their problems nnd
Hint tun (iinmhers of commerce
I over America are the most prnctlcnl
1 ngencles to bring about under-
"Tho farmer Is the biggest busi-
ness man In the country" Rogers
stnted. "Pomo of us have hereto-
fore considered him tho blggct
hick.' One of tho biggest thlnga to
bo done Is to brenk down the bar-
rier between the farmer nnd the
nty mnn and to Increase tho credit
nnd Improvo hustness relntlonn with
tho farmer. Hither tho farmer will
orcnnlzn with the city man or ho
will organlzo against him and out
side of him. An understanding be-
tween the two la enslly possible."
OpMV(l to llotius.
Holers In unalterably opposed to
the soldiers' cash bonus as. proposed
and sponsored over tho country. Ho
explained lis was In tho army hut
did not serve overseas. He does
beee however tho government
should give former service men land
In Alaska and other places so they
may help develop tho country
Patriotism should not bo considered
nn a basis of dollars nnd cents ho
derlnred for when so considered It
becomes a material something that
is onnoxlous to everyone. Ho does
not believe tho majority cf former
soldiers favor thu cash bonus es-
pecially at a tlmo when congress
Is wrestling with weighty and grave
"Oklahoma's development Is In Its
Infancy" the. speaker gavo ns hie
opinion "To Insure Its best de-
velopment It should Improve the
agencies now at hand but there will
likely bo no more rnllroads hum
in the next 20 yenrn." Hydro-elcc.
trie power will help solve tho tront-
portntloti problem he advised be-
cause of Its comparatively low com!
nnd Ita efficiency for moving mer-
He predicted that northeastern
Oklahoma's growth will bo 21
times greater In tho next 20 yenrs
than It has been In the pant 10 yenrs
"Hut you've got to get bnck to the
-Mrlt of 'hit the liall'" he deilarnl
"If vnu'rn knocked down get up
and try It again. Wc havo become
100 Intent slum the wnr we need
.1 rrWwil of the kick and push nf
days pnsf. Wo must hnvo onfi-
denco in ourselves nnd our count. v
Kuritliltn; Not Hlglit.
"Hverytblng isn't entirely all r'Tbs
In Oklahoma. If It were this would
bo the first parsdlso I ever saw I
I.-II...... 1.. II. man who flfrhfs. and
UVIIRIO 11 .......
fights and fights." And to Impress
liln statement no ium me oimy m
tho two frogs thnt hopped Into a
i. 1 M.Aa llnth tmtru atrillTBted
J 1 1 ill nroiiM " - o " ----wo
for awhile to keep nbnvo the sur
face kicking vigorously in iimn
attempt. Finally one becoming ex-
hausted stopped kicking nnd went
to the bottom. Tho other deter-
mined to continue as long- as life
i..i..i LiM.i unlit thn cream was
tunic 1 1 ' " ....... . . -
churned Into butter nnd then gain
ing a f'lotnoiu on tno uuiier iiuik".u
The grillroom of Hotel Tulsa was
...... ...t... 1 .nii Mimhpri nf Ihn local
1 luniicu n 1. v. - - - - 7
Chnmbor of Commerce nnd other
clvlo organizations and thtre M
Ing the northeast Oklahoma cht.l
bcr of commerce with df!etm0'l
from nearly all surrounding 6!'l
nl Mll 6
Rogers talk on econom'-i
tlons was regarded by many si tJ
of the most concise and c.nmo-I
BVMU iiicnviHaiiuiin ui I... a Ill&ii.l
kAA It T..!. -V! I
Ho announced during t-;a uM
that on lift return to New ' vm
i-l'ii-in I" niiiu niuiy l. VJt'"l
iTnlltnc Ihn Truth A I- . a M
t3eo tho Old Camp Ore - !s r I
inl Arlverllaernenf. 'I
Wc llac Mndu Special Arrnngcnicnts to Continue tho
Sensational Sale on Coffield Electric Washers for a
Short Time Uniy
CONTtNtlKn irnOU rAOB OMB
It registered audlbl and enthuslastlo
approval wnen on man nioae.iuy
nssertett that as a nustiann. lis nsa
learned his lesson well he always
obeyed his wife. And hn demon-
stated that training by not talking
when lie had been forbidden to.
There wnn a llltls bun ns he sat
down. Thn women were learning
Towards the last the meeting s
sumed mora of thn complexion of nn 1
nrdlnnry politic! meeting. The
"pupils" hnvlng spoken their pieces 1
nnd snowed themselves off nnd 1
1 hereby Immensely relived tho strnln
mid their minds felt good. They
expressed pleasure In living by Jovial
mils "nttn lmy." "louder." and tit"
like In spltn of the uunccustnmed
feminine presence at tho last fnw 1
ciuillittes who hnd not gonn through I
thn ordral of being looked over bv
On nn Abundance of Fine
lobby Itoblll.vm lllilg.
Downtown Store of Tulsa
Phone Cedar 1528
Clin?. 1 ).
1U TKV TS.
S7 to $10
1 y IlillH
$5 to ?C50
Wear a Plymouth Suit
this lime inatlc hy Atller-Rochcstcr. They nrc as pootl
ns money nnd hrnins can protlucc. Moifcrnlcly priced
$25.00 to $15.00
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
CONTIM'KD ritOM l'AOH ONB
1" hi nl Kildity intilnlghi 1 tnscil tlio
filing prilnd tin contention being
that tho 10-day period preceding
the cli'ctlnii stuns nfter midnight on
the elcvciiih. However lily Attor-
ney Frank V. Duncan yoaterdny
cited n supreme court decision In
which It was held that 11 candidate
who filed five ila)H before the elec-
tion was entitled to a place on the
Ttinly Ktlll IJIIglhln.
City mlltir Mrs fc.ininr stated
.' she expected to atiile hy tlio iininty
;" tieeilon bonrd s lullng but that if
other candidate appear and filo
Saturday their papeis will be ac-
cepted and the hour of filing noted
thereon to bo used an a recoid in
1 use of fmuru controversy or of a
All records for I be number of
.iiiilldales wcte broken this year.
In all 71 ramllrinten filed for the
various offices. In 1020 there wero
I 41 candidates anil In 1918 41 can-
! illiUtos. This shown 21 more names
will appear 011 tho Imllol at tho
1UI3 piimary than at any other prj-
mary In Tulan's history.
I'ljllowlng Is a complete list nt fll-
intfK as obtained from the auditor's
Mayor Democrats: II. 1'. New-
b'oi k. JulliM Henke. I . M. wooden.
11 r li Ki.ib im. Air. (i Hcggrm Re-
l- I i '- M 1 Slrnl m John 11
1 1 j I '. I.' M I I . V lll-
ria'ii Mc"rot J tain:.! democrat
1 : A i.l ic 1 en r hi loy
l.uct j 11. 1. ;li:i. batu j.
Notice Auto Owners
That J. E. French formerly technical engineer
Pierce-Arrow factory is now manager Baltimore
18th and Baltimore
PHONE OSAGE 1377
THE EVENING SERVICES OF THE
First Presbyterian Church
CORNnR SEVENTH AND SOUTH BOSTON
SUNDAY. MARCH 12 WHaLa IM CONDUCTED HY THE
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR ERS
SPLENDID SPEAKERS SPECIAL MUSIC
A HEARTY WEECOMB
SUNDAY SCHOOL 0:45 A. M. MORNING SERMON 10. S5.
I1Y THE 1'ASTOR SUnJECT:
"HOLINESS TO THE LOUD"
mnrvnoDY invited to AiaTj services
Buy Guaranteed Tools
When nii buy from us such standard tools ns Disstons
Saws Stanley Plnnes Plumb Hummers Starrett's
Levels. Yankee Drills Millers Falls Braces Rose
Trowels Greenfield Taps and Dies nnd dozens of other
such j?ood tools there is never any argument about
IT rAYS TO TRADE AT HALE'S
I 109 J nt First
109 West First
- u rR sir wait
A pure ointment
that has brought
joy to thousands
tortured by skin
3oolhlnq nd rkAlirvf
Ask About Our Easy
hOMD COI'l'KIl TI
JaMU.i: HIHIIT-SIIKI?!' CAIVXCITV
la-lNCH SWINtHNti VUINii:il
Never before has such a low price been mado on a branl new
model "B" Coffield Electric Washer which Ih recognized a!) nver
the United States ns the moit offlclent nnd endurable wnsher t
Hundreds of Tulsa housewives testify to Its merits. Invcttgaie:
DON'T WAIT! ACT NOW!
Only a limited number of these wishers are avnllable at this gtn-
erous price. Huy now ana avoia aisappoinimcni.
"Deltn" Electric Lantern complete with batteries; (PQ fir
very speclnl DOt O
F. B. Deshon & Co.
1 "Things Electrical"
S05 South Main Osage or Cedar 572
Great Doings in Boys' Wearables
For. Saturday wc have made preparations to take care of
your boy no malter what size. Bring the little youngster
who has just stepped into his first pants also the larger
ones. And remember the boy of today will be the man of
tomorrow. Start him off on the right road by leading him
of Popular Priced
In all-wool worsted and serges. Two pairs of
pants with every suit. Sizes from S to IS. Cloth-
ing of good material and first-clans workmanship.
Garments sold In high rent district for 110 J14.60
and 117.50. Kahn'a prices C10QK
3745 $tf.SS and v.kx.. (DXaUsOO
BOYS' KNICKER PANTS
All sizes made from small ends of high crads
rloths. Moderately priced at I0 F
$1.48 $1.08 $2.18 nnd OOtOU
BOYS' BASEBALL PANTS
The days for this healthy and clean sport will soon
be here. Boy's baseball suits wltji (TJO QQ
caps complete tDJtUO
Boys' Cowboy nnd Indian Suits flQ QQ
All size !)tliJO
Boys' Khaki Shirts. QQ
Suited for rough wear OC
Blue Chambray Shirts Kfin
l'rom flSo to DUC
Why pay from 75e to Jl 4S for some fancy name
vhcn you can buy n good blouro of Knlm QQrt
quality nt 8O0 to . 70C
In the new sprlntr materials and (PI OfC
patterns. BOc 75c 08c and tDXi&iJ
Extra Specials in Boys'
Night Shirts and Pajamas
One lot of boys' pajamas of good quality r"
Klzes 10 to 16. A regular $1.08 article. QC
Speclnl prlco for Saturday UO
One lot of boys' Night Shirts sizes 8 to 16. W "
$1.50. They ko at half price.
Sale of Odds and Ends in Men's Hats
A counter full of men's hats of every conceivable
block ana color borne of these hats arc
worth as much as $4.85. Choice of any hat 1
Another lot for only 98c
Look for Center Bargain Table
BOYS' KHAKI PANTS
Aises 5 to 10. Kftn
rcr pair "u
Tor rough wear wo have ft superb
"Scout Shoe" made by MiehiBtn
shoemakers. Guaranteed to us
guaranteed to you. CO 48
Triced i "
Also large line of boys' Dress ShJ
In alt lasts and sizes.
Of good quality.
Drand $1 and vu.
Kahn Mercantile Company
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The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 162, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 11, 1922, newspaper, March 11, 1922; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc78031/m1/8/: accessed April 16, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.