The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 183, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 1, 1922 Page: 3 of 23
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TULSA DAILY WOULD SATURDAY APRIL 1 1022
BOY SCOUTS IN
Investigate Grave at Mid:
night and Unearth
Harding Favors For-
' mcr Newspaper Man
For China Post
' Where 80 per Cent or
Criminals Come Fmni
UJIJKK Mftrch 31 "Her Is
place" enlil one "And hero Is
grnvc" softly exclaimed an
other. A loiei nravB youwu uau
Jrlircd i inldnldht to open n
l'cW wr'8 wcro spoken as
lb vent to work by the light of
A huntor returning Jut lieforo i
dni found In n ravine closo to Onr-1
.. .-cntly what appeared to bo n
ncalv-mndo Krnve. The outlines of
vli''o 'ho sod was disturbed wcro
l : nix feet lorut nnd two feet
Wi(t. The hunter having no too!
did not Investigate. I'pon arriving
1 i'.n ho told of Ills discovery.
tmi U caUFed much speculation
peoplo recalled iho dlsap-
piuii"e of men recently after they
Imd quarreled nnd threats were.
tm'-f (1 Others claimed It wns n
fali" "f whisky ns certain bootleg-fi-reted
their stoics In this
ay. Men wcro going to Investigate
tiw in u day.
Tli it night n dozen boys slipped
puj nf town to solvo the mystery
jifji. youths bravo boys aro those
cf ludav. . As they worked the si-
lence Krew oppressive. All eyes
were Mlimnl' upon tho workers nnd
tin' Riave. Then ono of thfl dlg-
ccrs exclaimed "It's" somcthln'
UtHll ' '
III tails are lacking of tho scent:
snd the results which In some cases
were likely very humiliating for tho
toys are loyal and refuse to glvo In-
formation except that one of their
1 nifnil'T wns nearly to town when I
halted. With order nnd courage re-
stored tho work was resumed and n
dud body was unearthed. And
then another. It was truly a grave.
Two dogs were disturbed In their
list resting place
CHICAGO. "From the ranks of
I neglected children como 80 pererrt
I of the nation's criminals. Kight of
J every ten murders nro committed by
men and womon who were neglected
or exploited In their childhood."
J This wns tho statement of Mark T.
MiKee of Detroit who Is pushing
plans for ft homo for motherless nnd
1 fatherlest children for tho Brother-
hood of Amerlcnti Yeomen
"Four hundred thousand of the
half-million mon women nnd chil-
dren who nro Incarcerated In nur
Jails and penitentiaries" Mr. Mclfi-e
snld "como fjom tho sumo class. On
ono side nro tho riches amassed by
l tho exploiters of child life on the
other 80 per cent of all the crimes on
THE NEW GENERATION
lly 1nnu l'lielps
Is Termed "Sphinx'
t IIAl'THIt C.W. bn.ad about many things. Nho lives
Malcolm Conrldi's In Craig 1'orreMor. I down tbore In the village she guv
Craig Forrester found Malcolm .it!whero l- oe ns she likes
Ills offhv. and nsked him to Jo n Will ''c'V;n Immt to a degree yet
&t luncheon ''' '" think it Immoral for her
. ' . mother to marry."
. r'r7- l"pn wlMM " "I know-but she'll eome around.
ho told tbe young man after ho linU i sii-t imvo t..'"
given the order. ..v .
sru'"1V K'nB P; ".I menu that I told her she muM
iJr'. 11""xl0l".1"'t J'0" nni1 understand we wouldn't hnve Mr..
.... . n vu.u c nappy ja your iutr- B)den Ile with lis! It was the
fOl MTIOIIH. . l M.. l.'rr.l.r 1 1... . I .
ways loed Mrs. llioden next to
.loan. I know she cures for you
Ifint .loan slaiids in the wny of her
hHi)lMeMi with jou. .She Mrs. Ilnt-
den has an exHTlTerted idea of what
she owes .loan because of tho wny
she has brought her up. ltut -"
Now Craig 1'orrester Interruiited
"Ynii iihhiii that nil brought on
this iiunriel Willi Joan purpnselv be.
hu He of us.'" astonishment In 'Is
"Pretty uenrlv. There wnsyiin other
way. Why If nli wanted to. I would
be nlmiiHt as glad In have Mis. lla-
"That'a as you look nt It. it Js
about you rather you and Mrs. Hay-
den.'1 "Hut why my dsar boy you
"I Just couldn't heli) tellln .tnt.ii
.eho was n beunt. anil jihe Is. about
(yon. I won't fako it Imek." Mnleolm
I II 1 1 I I II H Ctl.
"I have always known Joan did
not care fur me. but 1 thouuht It i
J WASHISfiTON'. Knows a2l seos "B" '"" uw she was ft bit Jftnlous
i all says nothing. I account of her mother rather
I Ti..i'. ...i '.. ....... I tlmn atiythliiK personal she had
... . ' " iiiey n) nnuui. io""i .isnltml me "
KlelrV iirifuln Kfti-rMnrv In Sr.r.i. I "gninsi IIH
tatj of the Treasury Mellon who! "Vou're right! It l because she;
ha i beon tho right-timid man for ' wlnitli nnd Jetilous that wo iimr-1
tinny treasury chiefs. reieu. i tow Her tbnt It waa only
Klc'doy is n verllnblo Sphinx. He's fn'r that her mother married jou.
a I'vo wire but lets no ono know It. that we il lit n't want her living with
It would tnko n battering-rant to " 1 don't lielleve In families etny-
get by him lnto"the busv precincts l"g together llko that. utilc'M it isi
of Secretary Mellon's office. It tho neceasai y" he went on boyishly ' and i
anointment -seeker had no good ren- besides Mrs. Ilayden Is too young to'
son for taking up tho time of Hint B'vo up her own life her own home."
official. "You'o u leel head my boy. So!
Mr. KiotoV Is noted as a "kid -loan was obdurato. was she?"
nlnl.n'l ..(. ....... . I . U . I . I . . . . .. .. . . .
lln.ll.n ri n h1'111 I..... j ney niiiv wiiih I (I ill- f " ' """ " ns it iiiuii' j ;iieeK I
.ivtut.i. -j jiuiuiii.. iiu.1 nn rm Lcr. ifi- Mlt..i. 1.A. u-i.n'f lit... I.. wa...
nninlH.lr.l Tl..n..ln. II 1l..rnM f.. n . .. . . ' ' " ''' . " ' "". ii..".
j. ....... .... .. um t UiP attllo pruate scrctirr laiiii-- nv i.i.icp wli.
till loRiatic post in China lrter lhcm nwnv anilIln K m FIIH. j toes m u .i .
ciimr to WdHhlngton frt m Iluffalo lfCd. as mist In' i nn.r
lie s rved In 1'Tnnco with the office i iwu e '
ul in. iiuiuior oi mo war uciiiui- iiiinsn pnt'inta cover n new pro-' 'Nile's n tir M
mcnt nnd wna on tho editorial s'nff 1 reso for nul.tng ecaiiilc.-ot mitnJ think it n t n-tr pp.
of tho Detroit news nt ono time bontw nt len com than wooden onea. tho least oppo.ril t
'en live with us a h in Joan u
-in1 Knows it too
lias she nny Idea th.1t Is the re.
on jou illiarrelid?"
"Mercy no! I don't Intend hn
"hall Know either.' She'd 1 sure to
find somo wny to mtrlfy herself
again for Joan nnd m spoil every-
thing." "And you are going to alfovv'her
to think you don't want to marry
If she is to live with you 7 Crnlg I'or-
woik. I'rost. You have two rather
clever women in dial with"
"I know it' ' Mill olm a
lips set flrmlv.
. -'Ml?' Haydcn wnum jm tn ei im'
il.eie ttii.t ifi. rnoo.i
AH tight' I II go
'Jofin Is theie "
'vhW'! Oh well
I'll face her
"You're a In It k to do this for us
for Mrs. Harden 1 would not nllow
ou to go on with It only that I be-
lieve she really cares for me nnd
that It mesne Irapplncm for tne and
that It means happiness for her as
wen aa for ma If she becomes my
'self fsb. Joan's n dear of rour
ho added u tender smile on his
"and not so ory much to bin
Hut she has got to sco this ritlr
even If It does nrnko It Imrd." N' v
his lips (iiilvcied.
"My den.' boy!" was all Oralg 1
restor snld but tho touch he u. 1
upon Mnleolm's arm as they r o
from the tnblp told nf deep feel.ng
TO 111-5 CO.NTIN'UHD.
laiiKiieii Heartily then apoln. rvlfe. ' The older man spoke
i ii.oiurr u jour nciieine. wii i seriously.
"I know It
her look in
hi ai it. if iii
It 11 "O (.illv
a t ns . ii
dm n too' I hnve seen
moi ami slui rnrcs n
oi ' u know And
i" J .in t.i talk and
r.Hlv nnd sovtn
lleeauso Of the reduction of t'
Amorlenn forces on the Ithlne ur
man civilians nil war veterans car-
rying sawed-off shot RHUS irn iiu-
pIo)eil to Runrd tho barracks of H'O
Amerlcnn forces in ficrmnny a- il
drlvo army Irinkf
Tliurstoti It. Porter
t torn up in
-the' i tun
lllg lllUi I .'
t til not in it
.She Is ultra
Slop That Itchinr;
tf nu miffer from sny form nf uliln
iMrs4 mirh MS Itch lgeins Tttr.
ItniMnurm Crsekliahitn. Huts l'ei
lianilrutt rslllns Hair. DM Hates or
Son's on cjillilrrn. nr sny olher kln
dlvsr ne ti'HI iill tun ft lar of
llliic 1nr Itinr.lv i.n ft Kumnnlr
'k" It li"l M.'. I n f .11.1
' ID iitnlr.il l.flli iiiul Xnnlliut
Broken Arrow Briefs
' A proclamation has been Iraued
l'i .Mayor M. C. 'Williams 'dcslgnnt-
lin' tho week beginning .Morulay
April 3 as cleanup week for Broken
The regular noonday luncheon of
tho board of directors of tho chain-
Ur of commerco for the past was
litld on Tuesday nt tho Charles ho-
tel w-lth an attendance of seven di-
rectors. Tho support nnd co-operation
of tho organization was pledged
In the effort to organtzo a band. A
committee was appointed to work
with tho Coweta chamber of com-
merco In their efforts to get tho Al-
bert I'Ike highway marked through
Kronen Arrow and Coweta Instead
of Ulxby and Haskell.
Tho board of education announces
thu sclectlon-bf il'rof. It. K. Down-
ing of Vinn an superintendent of tho
Ifrokcn Arrow city schouls for next
Sear Xo other positions in tho
faculty for next year have been filled
At an election held Tuesday In
tomolldatcd school district No. 2
the proposition of a I5-mlll school
Itvy for next year carried by a large
majority thus Insuring tho con-
tlnuanre of tho HChool as accredited
for.the 16-crcilit rating given by tho
note high school Inspector In ft
recent examination. M. T. Mpore. j
who has been closely Identified with
the school slnco Its beginning was
re-elected clerk nt tho tnmo elec-
tion. Tor Wunday church servlco Itev
u 11. (Jornhig pastor nnnouncea
a continuation of tho serlea of spo-
cll revival moorings In progrcsa nt
the First Methodist KplscopnJ church
lth tho added Interest of tho Initial
pprarani'o nt tho Sunday morning
nervlre of Hov. Herbert H Ireland
n evangelist of conslderablo note
who accompanied by his wife will
wist throughout tho remnlnder of
liiB meetings. Evangelist Ireland
will alo occupy tho pulpit nt tho
Kunday livening1 services. At tho
resbyterlan church the pastor
Key. J. K Kerr announces the quar-
terly communion aorvlco In con-
vection with tho usual worship at tho
inornhie hour with regular services
at the evening hour. At tho Mctho-
llt Kplscopnl Church Bouth tho
HMnr. Itov. T. V. nrovvcr. will hnvo
The Wbolo Uw" as his subject for
morning ecrman and "IJownro
of Ood's -Wrath" for his evening
'uoJect. At the Baptist church Itev
J. w. McMmls pastor will conduct
ins usual sorvlcea both fJundny
morning and evening beginning a
"ties of discussions much noeded
"y the church. At tho Christian
fhtirch ltev. Hum r u'nnn.... n.
for. win occupy the pulpit both
uniiay morning and evening com-1
Jull ? "t'B obsorved In connection
Un tho morning service when tho '
rmon subject will bo "Tho Lord's
Mpt'cr." At tho I'cntecostaj church 1
"rvlccs will bo conducted both
"iaay morning and evening by Ilev.
Jlobcrt Smith pastor. At tho Luth-
(S ehurch.l'nstor II J. Schaaf will 1
' n?"cthe Sunday morning servlco '
in.J'nfllsh with "I Thirst." as his1
t 't- The general public Is in-
r "ted to nttend thin service.
fniuulii SuhslillM's Hogs.
CAUiAHY Alta. Premiums of
i Pf eent will bo paid by organUed
J-nauian packers on bacon hogs
jvi . i 1 1 1 h a .n nntiniini'Aninni
I. II. Jltltfon. Prufl ilAiil nf 41m '
"Ftiern Canada Llvcwtock l'nlnn.
ah tho largo packer In tho west it
ueilareil havo agreed to tho plan
ine premium. It Is believed will glvo
great Impetus to hng-rnlslng and
nI to counternct tho monnco to
" export trade 'caused by tho now
nf intes of tho United States.
ii. ? ''"co" hf has been a favor-
k..i Cl""dIun breeders nlnro tho
iof.i'!'!K ot lh" country' ngrlcul-
"ral history. This Is doubtlcaa duo
inA .mo ?xtcnt 10 English tradition
na to the fact that originally
hJJ?4a found Its beat market for
the British Isles.
She will tell you.
he VelvjBt Touch
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Th Strife is O'er the Battle Done
Our Lord is Risen From the Dead '
God So Loved the World (from "The Crucifixion")
Christ the Lord is Risen Today
LULLABIES AND MEMORY SONGS
If I Forget
My Trundle Bed . ' ' '
Carolina Rolling Stono
There's Silver in Your Hair
Trinity Quartet '
Trinity Quartet '
Charles Hart-Elliott Shawl
Charles Hart j
LOVE SONGS AND SERENADES
Terestta Mia (MyTcresiu)
Someone Worth While
Tell Me Daisy
Song of Lovo
April Showers .
Leave Me With a Smile
MELODIOUS INSTRUMENTAL NUMBERS
Eili Elli Violin
Emilio De Gogorza
ucy Isabella Marsh-Royal Dadmun
Lambert Murphy and Orpheus Quartet
' Charles Harrison
Arabian Melody (Melodis Arabe)
Don Pasauale Overture Part I
Don Pasquale Overture Part 1
Spring Song (Mcmlclfsohn) Violin
DANCE COMEDY AND INSTRUMENTAL
I'm An Indian
Oh How I Hate That Follow Nathan
Hortense Medley Fox Trot
Never Mind Fox Trot
Wanna Fox Trot
Violoncello Hans Kindler
Arluro Toicanlnl and La Scala Orchestra
Arturo Toscanini and La Scala Orchestra
Fanny Brice '
AH Star Trio and Their Orchestra 1
AM Star Trio and Their Orchestra
Club Royal Orchestra
She Loves Me Sho Loves Me Not Medley Fox Trot Club Royal Orchestra
Cutie-Vledley t-ox Irot - Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
Lonesome Hours Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
Three O'cloclVin the Morning Waltz Joseph C. Smith and His Orchestra
Lola Lo Fox Trot Joseph C. Smith and His Orchestra
Say Persianna Say Victor Arden-Phil Oilman
I've Got the Wonder Whtre He Went and Wfaen He's Uminj Back Bines Victor Arden-Phil Ohman
'Virginia Blues Fox Trot The Benson Orchestra of Chicnco
Venetian Love Boat Fox Trofc
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45302 10 1.00
18869 10 .75
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66029 10 1.25
66032 10 1.25
45301 10 1.00
18862 10 .75
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66030 10 1.25
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66034 10 1.25
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18803 10 .75
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18805 10 75
18866 10 .75
18867 10 .75
'18868 10 .75
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Variations on a Mozart Air "Ah 1 vous dirais-je maman?" Amelita Galll-Curci
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