The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 183, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 1, 1922 Page: 2 of 23
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1ULSA DAILY WOULD SATURDAY APRIL 1 1022
LAW MAY PUNISH
TIRESOME SA YS
Guards Already Stationed
About Home of Fainter
Who Subdued Writer
VICTOR IS SURPRISED
Expected "to Got Knocked for
rn How of Goals." Ho Told
Krioiids After Halllc
'AIU1KU Col. March JM- fur-
li Is feud Wns at Nil nd todav.
.1. Klimnsn Wolf Hllnrtn'v nn-
e xh.' imI )K.ic(n rsltncil and Hint
Mi. re would be tin further inrmni-
mm between Harry Leon vnrin
author and Thnrlnr M. riiiei.
I.indseilpe Hl'llst Who follSjht 11 fltn.
ii I ieeefltl.
Wolf declined to rnnhD public tl
''iiriii r terms''
.Uf.VlKt Cnl. Mar-h II --The
i i n ind nf th law nmy stag
Hi.' next roiiml nf th "buttle of the
cmury" between literature ami nil.
Tin district attorney of Monterey
c 1 1 1 1 v today whs riipnrt'd to be
in .um mi Investigation of the flutlo
tin. I In which Harry fiin Wilson
iirntnr of "Jlii 1'eUlriglll" mill "Hug-
C i n of lied (Ihii" humorous lit-
erary masterpieces and Tlioodoro
M. frlloy. foruifr hotel mm) nml
ii.iw landscape artist were prin-
cipals. Crlli'V Hclng (Iininli il
Clients have In fit sjlatloned nlinul
tin- Iioiiiu nf Crlley by thn district
iiHni.iey. Tbiee husky met) pace
flli. ml Hie well-kept lawns of tho
(illcy home. 'J'liny have nothing to
pnv regarding I heir presence there.
1'illey and Wilson are silent. Ho
Me t linlr seconds one n grocery-
tiuiii nml thn oilier a writer.
Hut more nml timrn details of thn
flghi which hits sllirod California's
I'm iinsu-by-tlisHeit as linn tioth-
Ink since thn mnrt of tho colony of
Writers mid n i t loin lire becoming
According lo accounts now there
vorn six knockdowns Instead nf
four as first repotted nml accord-
ing to tlicf reports It wns Wilson
who wont down on nil occasions
Crllry tho reports any wns oven
more surprised nt tho outroinn of
thn battle thnn llio vanquished Wll-
Ron. "I hnd expected to be knocked
tor a row of goals" lin Ih said to
have told frlcndK nftnr thn affair.
"I was nioro surprised thnn Mr.
Wilson nt tho outcorno of tho affnlr.
I never hud a fight In my lite bo-
fori". And I htrtl known Mr. Wilson
aa n. keen judgo of boxing."
Wilson llriiggcit nml IomU
f'rlley la a scar-slghtcd rrinn and
had to divest himself of hla glassos
befnro tho bout Marled.
"Now you am going to get It" Is
remirted to Imvo henn AVIIson'a
tords In opcnlns tho liout.
"I enn't Ket up! I'm throimh"
Ktita renortcd to liavo lieen liln rlon-
jnc words after ho lind atruKRlod
vainly to regain Ills feet following
tno tasi Knockaown.
Dcsnltb tho weakness of his liodv.
tll6 rftlllior's spirit la reported to
jjnvo romninen stronK unto tno pml.
Ah his ndvers.iry n hit Krogglly
made Ills wny from tho aceno or tho
combat n wooded glndo of 1'nnkeo
point overlooking1 tho acn Wilson
Ih reported to Imvo raised himself
painfully to Ills elbow and called
"This settles nothing. "Don't think
you aro through with mo I linvo
Colony Scoa Humorous Side.
Curmcl villagers and notables
llko set." mostly tho humorous aldo
of tho affnlr.
It is belne dlscntscd on all aides
v.ltli smiles. Tho various atnges
lendlnc up to tho fight aro being re-
tailed. Tho community piny "Pomander
Walk" a romnntlo hit of sentiment
on tho stagu; Wilson's first S4pngo
letter to Crltey now reported In
tho hands of tho dlatrlct attorney;
tho author's careful throo-month
training period a parly given twr
necka ago from which Mr. Wilson
departed angrily with hla wife fol-
lowing the nrrlvnl of Crlley and hla
wife all uro being reviewed In
Cillfy plnjed tho part of tho horo
?' -; .
CYCLONE OBLITERATES TOWN
Crnno Hill lllngo In Alnlminn Is
( nmplctcly Im-.i tint
CirM.MAN. Ala.. March SI
nan Illll a atrinll town 15 miles
f i doi this rity was wiped out by a
lon early today acoordlng to
nuasier reports renclilng hera. Hev-
nal persona are reported to have
ifin Killed and n number of others
inl irrd. I'hyslrlans and nurws nra
i.plng rushed lo tho village from
Troperty dstnsgn lo the extent of
r.n ooo was dona by tho cyrlono In
iiils i lty. Twenty homes In the path
of the twister ware demolished.
lll'NTHVif.M!. Aln Mnreh 31.
yelone which ntriiek the south
' istnrn portion of Madison county
i Ms tnnrnlng overtiirneil the atentn-
Lost .lame- M. Trigg In the TemU'a-
"r river at Clark landing de-
troel Irnn-mlselon line of thn
Aliibsmn I'ownr rnmpany and did
rniiHldernhlo other damage thn
iinm unt of which rootd not bn eatl-
n ited at noon. No raaiialtlea Iikvs
i. i ii teporteil. Albany ami other
ciiriotinillng towns are without light
oi power tndiiy.
(ii rinnii Di'li'giiti'K Nnini'il.
1IKIIMN Mar.h 81. The follow-
ing (K-rman iI-IpkiiIs to the Oemia
p'j'inomlo ronfprnnca were an-
nounced today: ("haneellor Wlrlh
I'orelgn Kerretarv Itntbeminii Mln-
Nier of Keonomli Hobert Hi hinlild
llrrr 1 ei tnna anil onn representatU e
of tlin lubor ministry.
OKf.AUOMA crry. March 31.
Kpwotth lingua of Ht. LllkO
Methodut rlnirch hero won the
sfflrrnriiHe H'in of tho question
"Hesolved that flnppera nrornoro
tiselul than Jellybeans" In a
long-drawn-out debate with an-
other hiirch aoclety.
The iiupstlon was about "nip
and lurk" Judges said until thn
thunderous voire of an ardent
Idolater rang out: "I'or (Jod so
loved the flapppr that he mnde
many of them." This waa fol-
lovted 1. V thn following ditty:
Mary bad a little dreits
'Tss nolle In styl" no doubt
l'or whin f.hn thought that
sha wan In
flha was moro than half-way
"Hhadps of flappnrdom be. with
you the day la yours" pried the
judges as they fill exhausted to
to tho floor.
Long pine run lie ut ln'o many
-liott lengthx lit a single npi'iutinii
with n new moinr ilrlvni mult
r. S.Ao I'roloet Ciibnn ltiillng.
WAHIIIN'ITO.S' MarPh II Th
Arn.riiiin Ipgiiilon nt llnvana has
been lostrii'iPil by thn state iletmrt-
mi'iii to piuiest ugnlnt a ilerreo nl-
rendy tsunl to compel American
firms to withdraw about $00 000.000
worth of goods from fuli.in vore-
Iioufpo before Juno 30 op to rrmliT
thern aubji't to forrpd euli by
mil Lot it i. h il was learned today
FREE STATE ACT
BECOMES A LAW;
coNTiur:n ritoM paob onb.
ment regarding co-opcrntlon foe the
restoration of pence. Ho echoed
Hccretary Churchill however In do-
plnrlng -that Julillntlon wns prema-
ture as a terrible state of affairs ex-
isted In Ireland.
"Wo are thoroughly ashamed of
pondllmns In Ilelfnst and will do
everything to speedily end the hor-
rible orgy of crime." he added .
i its of lnrcodinrlcs
A member nf the 1'laler COtltnbU-
lary was killed and another wounded
when a detachment of alnn felners
nrmed with rifles and a machine
gun ambushed and attacked n police
patrol at Newry.
llobcl troops of the Irish repub-
lican army held up a train near
Nnwton-Cunnlgham and burned n
quantity of goods aald. a dl-pntcli
from Londonderry. Other rebels
ejected loyal members of tho I It A.
from their barracks In Cardonngnnd
Movlllc The Hwllly hotel nt Movlllo
was cotnmnndeeril by tho raiders.
ISSUE IS AUTHORIZED
ttnatneiifl Inrnrv pener.1l and
eastern attorneys nr nn npimun
DUnr.t.V March HI News of thn
Irish pence agreement wns received
here with hope but the atmosphere
remains tense and menacing. Kenra
nro openly expressed that tho mu-
tinous faction of the Irish repub-
lican army will Use the agreement
as a basis for a coup against tne i .. tpre the
Irish provisional government. Illclt- otm f t -ty
nru Aiuicany minister oi ueien
and former chief of muff of thn I
It. A. lined up all tho troops In Dub-
lin todav and Informed them that
all soldiers who did not wish to
servo under thn Irish provisional
government wcro nt liberty to leave
and Join the rebels. Only eleven
soldiers stepped nut of line.
ltellcf for I'lood Dl-trlct Is til Sight
With I'lihMigv of Nrrsnry Oi-
iIIiiiiikc by II) CoiiiiiiIkmIoii.
An ordlnnnio was passed Krldny
by the major and city commission -era
nuihorl7.lng thn l.-U(ince of
$900000 In munlclpnl bonds for the
construction of tho proposed lirg
south and cai
This sewer U
to be constructed of sufficient size
to prevent n recurrence of flooded
streets and basements that have
been prevalpnt piicIi spring
As soon us tho bonds me printed
they munt be submitted to the al-
ii Hip vnti.tltv nnd legality.
After they have been npproved by
tho attorney-general a 30. day period
must elapac during which contests
may bo filed following which they
will bo offered for sale.
Two Indictments Filed
Against Colion Exchange
XKW VOItK" March 31 Two
Indictments ngalnet tho American
cotton exchange end against six of-
ficers nnd directors of that ex-
change wcro filed today with Judge
Thomas C. Train In general sessions
court charging bucketing and viola-
tion of section 300 of tho pcnnl law.
Counsel for tho exchange nnd for
th. individuals' Indicted were noti-
fied no names of those Indicted bo-
log mado public i
an lmMKatM?U &:Mfu
She will tell you.
OKLAHOMA CITY March Ji
Plana nro said to be Under way t
electrify tho Missouri Kantaj &
Texas railroad short hue frM
Oklahoma Clly to Atoka dl-iam.
of about ono hundred miles iinni
holders of tho "Short Mtin- J!'
has been divorced from the tnaln
system of tho Knty rccclvcr-h.n ore
Mild to be fostering the m.jvt u..nt!
It will It is eald enter tho imerbin
All Lines Inquire
14 East Third
HKI.I'AHT March 31. Desplto
thn Irish peace agreement signed In
London lust night vlolcnco con-
tinned in I'lster provlnco todav
Tour turn tno of them policemen
wre slot down In the streets. Tic
in. ml. in- damage wns dnno bv a sc
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Mrs llctli Wrbh Tliompviu
Mrs lleih Wbh Thompson puts
a ti.w nnglo on dm ancient blomti'
briinplto controvrrxy. Herself n
IiIoiiiIp slie i harges that blonde Inn
nnd blue ca bPcomn tlrcHomn to
husliaiids after lljo first ft w weeks
of mnrrlPil life. Hlm's sceklni a
dlinrPa nnd hlitmpti Iipt own blonde
lieu niy for her marital difficulties.
Men's Spring Suits
In the play nnd Mrs. Wilson wns the
heroine. That all agree wns (he
start of tho affair.
"We arn sorry for both men." Is
the attitude taken by most of the
friends and neighbors of both prin-
cipals. "Wo know nf the threat-
ened trouble hut could do nothing.
Wb nro sorry both tnko it so sn-
llltANiri' I'ltlNCII'AIi HI'l : K I'll
Will Tell City Clult How Iur Is Seen
Prom Urn .lury Hut.
K A. 1 1 ran If r. local Insurance man
will bn the principal spenkPr nt thn
City club liinclipon nt Ilolel TiiKa
ffaturdny noon llo hna chospti for hi
subject "Tho Law ns Viewed l''rom
n Jury Ilox.' Ilrnndlft considers this
an npproprlato title for his address
as he recently finished a. two weeks'
Job on a local Jury. Mo expect to
tell some pertinent facts about peo-
ple courts Witnesses plaintiffs de-
fendants and nttornnys.
Attending thn luncheon will bo
about thirty ItoliirlUnn from St.
Louis who Imvo been ntteudlng thn
Hobary convention at Muskngco nnd
who will atop oft In Tulsa for a day
on their trip homnwnrd.
Near I'lro Coiikoh Xcai Panic
CIIICAOO .Murch 21. A near
pnnlo wns caused In tho wheat lilt
at tho Chlcngo hoard of trado to-
day when mcmbera engaged In n
wild scramble for their hats nml
coatn when amnko began pouring
from tho Cloakroom door. Tho smoko
enmo from burning Insulation on
wires of tho( telegrnph offices on
tho floor of tho board of trade
building. Th'n flro wns quickly ex-
tlngtllshed with small loss. Tho
smoke screen halted trading In tho
wucnt pit or id minutes.
i Not liver.
Ttastua (to Hnmbo In an under
tone): " inln't thn man I usetor
wnr. Tlmo wuz when I could whip
the id' woman In a fair stnu'-up
Tlio old wnmnn (ovcrhcnrlng)t
"You'a ii black liar. Itantus .lohn-
slng. Tlmo wuzn't. tlmn nlu't. nn'
tlmo nlu't gwlno to wim." Nashvllu
of Finest Quality
JVIon who have always known how to dress well
will instinctively recognize in these suits the
correct lines and fashionable fabrics that insure
long and satisfactory service. Prices are at-
At these .prices you will find a complete range
of materials and colorings. Included are snap-
py Scotch tweeds grays plaids pin stripes and
mixtures. No matter what your desires may
be we have it at the price you want to pay.
'-SEE OUR WINDOWS
Holmes Clothes Shop
221-223 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Among thn windshield cleaners
for automobiles Is ono that can bo
kept In motion by tho suction from
a 'qr's engine.
"Tho Psychology of Succcsn" lltOO n. in.
"Vuur Spiritual Itesourccs and Ilmv tti Find Them" 7:30 p. in.
Ar5 E.V. INGRAIIAM Kf
KANSAS CITY UNITY SCHOOL
OF PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY
107 South Main
A PR1L 3RD
Tells a Story"
Spring Find You Tired Achy All Worn Out?
Then Look to Your Kidneys! This Is a Common Condition
in April and Is Often Due to W earned Kidneys
D 11-38 early spring find you utterly miser-
able with nn aching back? Do you get
up In mo and htlff fag through tho day
feeling tired weak nervous and iluprcvked ?
Isn't It time then iiu found out why you are
so run down why you nro wt unable to en-
Iny tho first fine dnys of spring?
There is some good reason for your condition
Hid moro than likely It's weakened khlneyn.
Winter you know Ih njlghty hard on the kid-
neys. Colds and chills u heavier diet with
less exercise and less elimination through tho
ikin all throw a heavy burden on tho klilnejs.
Tho kidneys fall Jichlnd nnd poisons accumu-
late. it's llttlo wonder then that spring finds you
with torturing backache rheumatic pains
headaches dizziness and annoying bladder Ir-
tegularlties. Hut dou't bo discouraged! Simply realizo
that your kldtioyx have fallen behind and glvo
them tho help they need. I'so IIoiiii'm Kidney
I'llN lighten the dint a bit drink water frilly
nml get plenty of outdoor exercise. Iloau'a huvo
helped thousands nnd should help you. Ask
"Use Dpan's" Says These Tulsa Folks:
T. 1). JOHNSTON 711 Ijtnslng Ave
as: "My kidneys were In bad con-
dition nnd my back got so weak nnd
lame I couldn't do any stooping or
llftlnp. TJhcro wns a steady dull n. hi
In the email of my back especially
mornings nnd tho action of my kll-
neya wna too free. I read of Doan's
Kidney rills nnd used them a direct-
ed. They soon utrcngthuned my back
itid kidneys nnd relieved the nehes
SIHS C. X. CLAllIC 207 N Haul-
ilcr St. nun: "I am glnd to recom-
mend Doan's Kidney rills. I have
' found them to be a good kidney rem-
ery. My kidneys woro out of order
and I had n weuk back that mndo mo
so mlsorablo I could hardly do my
housework. I ofton had nervous
headaches ond my kidneys acted ir-
regularly. I used Doan's Kidney
I'llls nnd they corrected the trouble.
Tho backaches left mo and I folt hot-
tor In every way'
Doan's Kidney Pills
At fill dealers GOc u box. Faster-Milburn Co. Mfg. Chemists Buffalo A 1'.
Ilalf-Mlnulc Store Talks
tonkin- IispW at nur own mull liculnnlnr and eontfat.
I UK Hip ruplil srowlli ut this 'lore hIIIi ollirrs. we're
fnrrPil to rnnrluits tlml not nil our iirrr lifrnuie
it spl tnliirn. iiimllly soixlt nr low prices. Ill hers
I. rl-lm-l I.. ;(- tli- -nm-. y e b'tlrtp IMP llflillll.
ronrffoUM tirnmpt ttore erlrp hfre Iihh Iippii n very Im-
portant rriiion for Hie rolh of Hip liuslnrsi. Wore
iliilly trjlm to Iniproir thli xoil arnlre.
Shirts $2.50 '
otber good shirts in
new spring shades
and patterns at $2.50
You can get a styl-
ish fine quality
spring hat here for
New spring oxfords
here of selected full
stock calf leathers at
only $8.50 up.
$1 Union Sniis
that will keep you
feeling fit these days.
Sorrio at $1. Others
A new four
One of the popular new styles for:
spring is the four-button single-
breasted coat illustrated. It's espe-
cially favored by young men and men
who are slightly above the average
It's here in a wide variety of the
very latest spring fabrics and shades
and in patterns selected particularly
for this model. .
Then there are swagger one and two-
button models three-button and sport
effects and styles to meet the tastes
of all men. Splendid values at $35
?40 45 and at
She will tell you.
.Mr. nnd Mm. 1022 with 1011
New Shop 410 South Detroit
WHY COUGH AND
ARE you going to let It stick and
becomea chronic condition?
Of course not I Not when you
know you have a preparation like Ur.
Hell's I'ine-Tar-Uoncy to loosen it up
and so allow Nature to rid you of t.
This preparation is second to none
for its soothing relieving effects.
Coughs colds and bronchitis quickly
relieved by Dr. Belt's Pine-Tar-JIoney
Keep it on hind. All dniggUts. 30c.
The only thing that can cause hard times in
America is for all of us to "hang" on to every
cent of cash we get hold of and by all means
not to pay our retail store bills until they aro
at least four months past due!
That will mako the merchant realize that we
really aro hard up and will also impress him
very vividly with the fact that ho is hard up too.
YOUR CASH is worth nothing to you when
not in circulation.
Pay Your March Bills
AFTER TODAY THEY WILL BE PAST DUE I
404-405 Now Municipal Building
Phones Osage 7440-7441.7442
Tho Credit Service Exchange of Tulsa
fir Coughs and Col
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