The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 74, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 14, 1922 Page: 2 of 20
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TULSA DAILY WORLD THURSDAY DECEMBER 13 1922
! ? 5
WANDERER ATK. C.
Each Night Kansas City's
Jail Is Killed Up by
COPPERS NOT SO HARD!
Collection Tnken Up for Pair
More Unfortunate Thau
I test by Sergeant
KANSAS CITr Mo. Dec. 1J.-
"Koll uui! Do ymi want to deep all
Thu waa "rt call" "Bounded" to
136 unfortunates each of whom did
not have tha prlra of a bail vn in
the mtmt leaeonabln "flop" house at
o'clock thla morning In tha hold
over at melropnlltan police head-
quarter. When the above men-
llonod admonition did nnt prove suf-
ficient to iinkn thlM motley throng
of human "driftwood." a gentle liul
withal firm tug nt (lie oat collar by
blue-coated patrolman usually hud
I he desired affect. None ut theao
men were Jelled last night bo.-Rilae
t any criminal often committed;
ihey were thera betauaa their
crlmea" consistoil of being "liroRe."
and Oeeiniitn the department in per-
meated with the fhrtatman spirit.
IVnieil lo Hifo Wind.
OuUliln a raw north id win
whipping around the corners; the
mercury hovered Jiit a fow degrees
hIiovh the xero mark. No Millies of
smug eat Infliction crept over the
i tuintnnance of theao chaps some
j oung aome old as they surveyed
he prtmpeotM of combatting the frig-
id atmosphere without.
from 0 o'clock Inst night on up
until shortly after midnight theso
unfortunatoa nwiiy of whom worn
en us overcoat anne Kl'iven wiun-
tered into the etatlou nnd with
nioro or inaa rcluotatiro lolil dm lk
nortfeunt of their "linnl luck" Kach
of thoae who uppllml for ehedtcr
from Iho wintry blunt mm accom-
modated the eeiRonnt Informed tho
.Many of tho "bed" occupied liy
Ulu vlutlitm.of oircumatannaa cdiiHlst-
cd of i tho Voncrntn flonrlntf of tho
JhII. fflio cot eupply proved Inado-
iiluito to cure for tho largo number
of pelltlonerM who found theniHolvcH
tumble to wlthutiind the frigid nt-
moitphcrn any longer. Kven Jail
helter wiim Inviting they renvonuil.
Aa tho men otrelclted nnd pronnud-
ed to Mlowly exit from their "hnveii
of rout" two of the crowd loitered
behind. Ono wim youth of ubout
W nnd llKroLlior a man In the
iietEhliorliiKid of 30. Tho ynuth'a
left arm -wan off n he olbtiw and
hie right lug hint been amputated
Juxt above tho knee JIo woro a
soiled enp and n lightweight coat.
and his lose protruded from tho
badly-worn nhoo on li'i left font.
IIIh ' lompnnlon's wnrdrobo alw
ehowed hIkiim of wear. He t a mute.
Hurt In Accident
"t wan Injured in un automoldln
fliHldent two yeare ago noar my
homo In Wyoming" lie responded to
a iieUort of tho oorrcHpoiulent.
"My mother died a year ago Hlnco
that tlmo 1 have been a -wandoror.
t'lmrlle my coiiHln hue been deaf
nnd dumb allien he wiih Mtrlekeii with
typhoid fever ncvon yonra ago
."J!oth of us nro on our uppers'
now but It won't bo for long. Aly
nfinl Charlle'n mother IIvch at Mlu-ut-opollN
Slum. 1 Hiiro would llko to
upend ClirlHtmiiB with her. J'orhapH
wo'll he able to mako it thore yet'
Then the sergeant got buey. A hftt
wiih pawed among thu bluo-uoats
and other attachcH nt headiiuarterfl.
A pnrso of $14 wan collected nnd
given to tho youngator
"Tbaiiku gentlemen" he muttered
In a broken voice
"Cuohh we'll be going now."
Ami the pair hteppod forth from
their temporary abode to wage unow
tlie bnttlo with the wintry hluala.
The practice of sheltering tho clty'w
tiufortunateR at night will continue
on up until the flint of the year
Frank II. Anderenn ncting chief of
(iiiaiilhtneti Ordered Home
A ItD.MOHIO Dec 13. National
guardsmon who nro on duty at Ma-
dlll will bo returned to Ardmure
either tonight or iitrly Thuraday
morning according to Information at
the locnl nrmory Tho troopa are
atlll quartered at tho l'alace hotel
in Mudlll and have not been called
out for duty It Is said. Hubpoenas
uie being Isaucd today for sovoral
hundred Marshall county citizens to
present themselves for examination
at n. special hearing set for Mon
One taste of these de-
licious nuggets of sweet
will entirely change
your idea of c a n d y
"value." A real quality
candy fresh in dainty
boxes at the price of
ordinary bulk confec-
tions! Each box chock
full too of
"The lowest priced
GOOD candy you
Just to prove you can
onjoy something pood that
isn't expensive take homo
a box of Chocolate- Soldier
Chocolates. You'll wonder
af terwarda why you've
been paying so much for
candy not nearly so good.
Or call your dealer and
have them delivered. Al'
good drug and grocery
stores have them fresh.
Writ It for The World
Tulan. Is full of polenlliil reporters
and tha Tulsa World wiinti to he-
come acquainted with thatn nnd
offer them an opportunity to !!-
tdajr their talent at reporting news.
Keep your eyes open anil If yqu wit-
ness an accident or see an Unusual
incident sit down and write the
Tula World a atory nf not more
than one hundred words about It.
Address your contribution to the
What Did You See Kdltflr Tulsa
UIIikw nil Awdilellt.
Tn alighting from a moving T. H
It. bun on Houth (jnincy Tuaadny
afternoon a small boy waa thrown
lo (he ground ond Ills right leg hull
though not nerloualy. Afler being
helped lo Ida feet by the molormnn
nnd n passenger the lad limped
away. I did not learn IiIh name.
124 3 Houth (junker avenue.
Amncd at Tupsii Cioulli.
Afler four years nheonce from
Tnlaa during which time I hnvo re-
sided In Ht. f.nuln Mo. J have come
bank 'home" to visit my daughter
Aire II. J. Mugge .if 007 South KI-
wood avenue during the holidays.
1 cannot toll In brief how umnited
I am at tho wonderful changee that
hnvo taken place lu Tulsa eincn the
ltoxnna J'ntroleum corporation
moved to Mt. I mils causing my
dailgbtor'H family to leave Titian.
TuImu la mich n clean place In which
lo live and when Tulsa geta Hpavl-
tiuw water It will truly become the
Wonder City. The construction of
o many big office buildings the
widening of Houlder and other
attenla and the liumeroiiK other Im-
provements that hnvo been made
since 191!). will bear mo out thai
Tulsa Ii tho best looking and most
progressive city lu the southweHt.
MltH. MINNIi: HHNNKH
TiZif. (Ulutnioi avenue Ht. Louis Mo
temporarily nt i07 Houth Klwood
Made of prepared rooting
tilnglea have been Invented that can
bo laid flat or In curved form to Imi-
; r.: ; i::1' :7;;!l;::i!y:::!;'!ii:;ii:iii;:;!:!.;Nii 1 'i::!: ;j:t' :
1 ; " " The Bys' shop 1 i
m xlm. IN DAD'S STORE B
Christmas Gifts for Boys
Here in this great boys' shop are Christmas gifts for every sort
of boy you know. Things they can wear and enjoy for weeks
and months after Christmas toys and candy are gone. ' Come
now while we can give you our best attention.
$20 All-Wool Two-
Pants Suits now
Now that you can get May Brothers quality two-pants suits for less than
regular your boy ought to have a new suit for Christmas. New styles
best quality all-wool fabrics and made with one pair golf knickers and
one pair regular knickers $20 values at ?lf5.-15.
Roys' bath robes in all sizes from
I to 18 years. New blanket fab-
rics in all colors and combina-
tions at S5 up.
Play suits for little chaps. Indian
Cowboy and Raseball suits in new
styles and colors. Extreme values
Roys' handkerchiefs with initial
or fancy border in boxes of any
number just as you want them.
Each 10c up.
Roys' gloves in gauntlets or dross
styles. Tans blacks and imita-
tion or real fur. Prices 05c to ?5.
I POLICE HUNTING
K. C. HIGHWAYMEN
Early Arrest of Men Who
Cot $015000 Cash Is
KANHAH OITY. Mo.. Dee J1
t'olico today continued their eeareh
for three bandits who yesterday eft-
ernoon shot and dangerously wound-
ed Thoman Heniy credit man for the
Drovars National bank here and
made a aafa get-nway with JBt.900
which Henry and four companions
were taking to the bank from a post-
office an beta tlon.
Clewa left by the robber in the
automobile used for their escape
which they iib.-imloiied a short time
later a being run down nnd pre-
diction of an arrest some time to-
day nra made.
These rleww consist of wearing ap-
paiel worn by tho robbers In their
holdup. I'oIIi'h Investigation Is nlso
following the theory that the orrlval
of the money wan "tipped off" to the
bandits by some one familiar with
the matter. Today no trace of either
the tiandlt or their loot had heon
dlacovered. Jlonry who waa nt first
thought to bo fatally wounded i
reeling easily and will recover It io
The robbery police sAy Ii ono of
tho boldest over pulled In JCansns
City and Ii one of tho largest hauls
ever made by bandlla here. Henry
and hla onmpntiloim wore attacked
by the bandits nhortly after they hnd
withdrawn the currency from tho
registered mall preparatory to tak-
ing It to tho hank.
Henry wan shot down when he
tried to throw tho money to eafety
over a partition. The bandits then
seined tho currency and with drawn
platnln hacked to tho street to
wifely escaping in a waiting auto-
mobile. Votes Xo Trui! lllll.
lly International Newa flerflca.
KOUT WOUTH Tcxae Dec. 13.
After 110 days Investigation grnnd
Jurors of Tarrant county t spiny voted
no hill In tho whipping of Mrs I. C.
Tatum who was taken from her
homo by masked men and women
and punlshod. She wni beaten n
severely that she was confined to her
bd for a long time. Hho offered to
identify her assallanln saying they
told her they were members of the
"lady Ku-Klux." Her treatment of
n child was given ns tho renson for
her being whipped.
Boys' sweaters make sensible and
useful gifts. Shaker knit sweat-
ers of all wool in many styles
specially priced ?3.95 up.
Boys' golf hose are gifts that will
tickle any boy. In wool or cotton
and all sizes -l to 10 at 50c to $1.50
Neckties are one thing boys al-
ways need. Here are now all-silk
tics in patterns and colors just
like Dad's. 50c up.
Roys' belts of fine quality leath-
ers in brown or black and made to
stand lots of hard wear. Prices
:i9c to 3.50.
HMM II m WIH i H till HI I III IIMi H VTM
L. la I U
V.'ASIIINCIO.V. Il I Tl l.miM IM
sffnrtiiMjn pR4J a Mil rirrying 1 1 y
HT 000 lr th l-Al I inent nf roinnvrcA
nml 44O(i00 (oi th dirlmnt at
In Dor (or tht flsesl year iitt-tl.
LIMA Ohio f. ll.IMrertor nr th
Sour rfinry hsr today lelard a
toek dlvlitsnd of 100 pr rent on th
omisny' Jl00e espiutlistloa pr-
sbln January 1 te stoeklloldsri ot rseuid
WASHINGTON le. 1J llnpoft. of a
lerrlfle uploaion nl th army proving
xrouaua at Abaraatn. Mil. wra dls-
tpaiad thla artarn.ien whan tha ehiaf
of ordnaara waa advlsad by talaphena
that loud raporta Ineldant to tha tastliu
ii r lama ahells had alvan rlaa to tha
WASIII.SOTON Ie. l gaeratary nf
War Waaka thla altarnoon deollnad lu
turnlah tadsral trooes to mh( prehlbt-
tton nfflclala In a iaar on nioont.blRtra In
Manila county Kantneky.
WAglHNOTON liar. It The nomina-
tion uf Pierce nutter at. Paul lnwar
aa avaoolat Juallc of the United Slatei
aupraino oourt waa unanimously approved
thin Httarnottn by a NUhcommlttae ot the
Mttata judiciary ooromlttae.
WAIITNOTON Dtf. 15 Prohibition
anfurcametit orflr era who appealed fur
Lnttod Hiatoe tronpa to alit tham In war-
fare wtili mooiiahltcra In the Kentie Ky
ninuHtalna wete nalH by Hecretary WeeKa
today to have "mlaunnatrued tns purpose
(or wblch the urniy won oreatml."
nni.!.r;VHit;. in.. ieo. 1:. uroy iiot-
llna ami Brneat Williams negton. who
were convicted ot th murder of Al-
phuitsn da Hon a Boleemun today 'were
aetiteuced to be liaitKed February II
WUrriNHVlLiT.E. Uasa. Dec. 11 -A
atock dividend of I too per cent was da.
olrrd today by the White .Machine wnrka.
increasing Ha mnhorlzatlon capitalization
from 1000000 to (9000000.
NKW TOItK. lieo. t. The neneral
banking company logay dectaicd a divi-
dend of too pr cent on commoo stofk.
IIBlnnUiz April 1 tha compony will pay
a dividend ef tl a abar quarterly on
the praaent capitalization Including the
new atock dividend. This Increase the
tale on tho preaent atock to 12 per cent.
BAN I'llAWIMro. Dec 1J. Col tlobert
If. Noble a veteran of the World war
the Hpanlsli-Amerleau var Mexican
border service and the Indian wnra re-
tired yoaterday on bis own appltratlon
after more than 43 yeara of aervlce.
COtTNClf. Tlt.UI'KS Iowa Dec. 13. A
fire which caused un eatttnated lus of
1100000 awept the Woolwortli 5 and 10
oetit store here early today and damaged
adJolnlnK buildings. Police believe aafe-
blowcra wltn opened the vault All hour
before the flro vaa discovered waa re-
sponsible. Tliri.'l'AI.O. N. Y. Dee. 11 Vlr alart
tng In the rold Springs repair shop ot
the International Hallwuy company to-
day deatroyed 32 ttnlloy cara and four
dwelling houaen adjoining the shop. The
loss waa fatlm&ted at S"sOQQ0.
INflRPRNDnNCH Kan. Dec. l -FUockhuldera
ot the l'ratrle Oil Si Oas
Co. at ttutr Annual meeting held In In-
dependence on December 1" rattfl d
capita! etorlt Increase of 200 per cent
tnrnn t khfildafa nf reonril I)cm-
i. t 19' J it waa annouB'rd I'.i1r
V'il.Ilt ItTOH. Dfc 1J -W!l An-
ili.w 'vmer of a aawmlll at Hail ri
M i i ra aat of hrra. wu Inafaniiy kniml
I' 'lnjr whpn a tui' ar jlnt In a f Ira
wliii h diftroyrt th mm HavarM in-
Iili or tha mill wcr aiiinny injurea.
NAN rilANCIauo D.c IS Tha llfltlah
tramp ataamer ottarlc wlileh went aahor
at Plan ltvek on the Mennoeino roart 70
rnltea north of heta Monday nleht broka
In two today bfltwMh No. 1 and 7 holda.
aha will ht a total loaa
C1I1CAOO I)c 13. A p!e for a ware
Incraaae o( H eenta an hour for the 2SuO
drlvais teamalaia and ohautfnura em-
ployed by th American Hallway Kipresa
onmpany will be heard by th railroad
tabor li'iard nn January IS It waa an
NKW YOIIK. tleo. 1J. Kdward Ilom-
aan. Hrooklyn bontleffieer who rlalma to
hnv made 11.000000 aelhnff lluuof waa
lakataj today lo th Atlanta federal peni-
tentiary to beitln serving 10 yeara for
conaplraoy and craml larceney.
WAglHNOTON Uec"l3 Iteeetvera of
1L I'htcavn Alton railroad aeked the
interstate commarre comtnleelen today
for authority to laeue 12000000 of re-
calrera notes dated December I 15J2 and
innturlnif 1 months thereafter.
NUVVCASTLK lnd Dee. 13. Steadily
denying all Hlowladga of tha crlm' lien
ttrooksblre held In Jail In connection with
tho double hatchet slaying of Mr. and
Mrs William O Shaffer whose bodlea
were found at tbetr home near here yea-
tetday was expected to testify before an
Inquest today by Coroner Dtake.
flllCAOO. Dec. 13. Fifty f-"il".-e -.
eludlnf many women and children were
driven to tbe atreeta early ti.i i . v.i.ti
a'li's i e'liiaiiiia in ii'a'nVii'a'ii'a'ira
Tulsa's Grcfttest Boys'
Phone Osage 8135
'jVliis is Tulsa's greatest Boys' Shop. The boys (and their parents loo) expect
more from this store. We've seen to it that they won't be disappointed.
firs awept an apartment bulldloc on the
wast sld with an estimated loss ot 1 100-
OuO Near zero weather preveptd.
CIIIPAOO Dee 1 Klve ratlroaa em-
ploye! were Injured whn several pas-
aenger tn hes uf a work train nn the
Chlcsg.i Northwestern lailroad ieft
the rails here today one of two men
burled nrder tha wreckage Is In a dying
LONDON Dee 13 Twel lives were
lost In the sinking of the ateim trawler
Celerlna. off Vardu today.
LONDON Dec. 13. Cloy.. (Jen. Timothy
Itealy ot the Irish I'rte State arrived
here today under close guard to consult
with King (leorge on Irish affairs.
A call for Increase In member-
ship to half n million scouts by
February 15 comet from the chief
executive In the following words:
"What do you think of aislgntng
ourselves a quota to bo attained by
Febrdnry 16 the end of anniversary
week as a great national good turn
a net gain ot 100000? Could wo do
.v greater good turn for the nation?
This will rcqulro a net Incrense of
2Ci per cent In your membership ns
reported 'on December 31 1921 In
addition to those neccmiry to take
the place of members that may
have dropped out. This can bo ac-
complished In three ways: (1) lie-
duce tho mortality of scouts at reg-
istration. (2) Increase registration of
boys In present troops. (3J Organize
new troops." Word has been coming
It fretn verv cnrr.er nf the. field tell.
1 Ing of dally progress.
tmipc . ssTxmx
Exclusive Rut Not Expensive
319-321 South Main
Excepting the Toys and Candies
Shelves and cases in this busy shop are
just crowded with hundreds of hand-
some and practical gifts for. ;big boys
little boys and in-between boys things
that are certain to please him because
we know from experience that they are
just what he would choose for himself.
Illustrations and items suggest just a few of the many
gift ideas for hoys.
Boys' All Wool a-Pant Suits made from
tho beason'a best fabrics. dn Of
Special at j)7e03
Other 2-pant Butte
Io)s' Sterling Silver and
gold top Belt Buckles.
Other Buckles fi f
at pl toJ)D
Boys' Belt Sets consisting of Genuine
leather straps nnd Initial A A
Buckle. Boxed. Complete at tleUU
Other seta In boxes
Boys' Outing I'ajnmas In
asstd. patterns. Specially
Made 2-pIece or l-plece
coat effect sizes 4 to IS
Boys' All Leather Belts made
with tongue or fancy buckles.
Other All- M OC
Leath.BeltseJ " '
llojs' Initial IIandkcrt'hlcf4
packed half dozen to the box.
assorted color letters. Hpeclal
Other Boys' Hdkfs. In box.
ooxp.7... 59c to$1.00
GUTS AT OI'liN AIIl SCHOOIi
Ituskln Ar Club Will I'lnr Hole ot
Santa Clans for Children.
A Christmas trno replctc with toys
and gifts will bloom In the open air
school Ji'rlday afternoon with wom-
en of tho lluskln Art club playing
Santa Clans for thu open air school
children. This will follow tht usual
custom of tho club which has suc-
cessively In several years furnished 1
tho open air school pupils with a
library cots gifts clothes a refrig-
erator regular quantities of lco and
has done other kindnesses
Tho Ruskln Art club has a Christ
mas gift for Tulna too this year.
In a free art lecture by Dr. John
I'lcnrd head of tho nrt department
of tho University of Missouri nnd
n well-known art authority and lec-
turer Saturday evening In the high
school auditorium. Tlie Ituskln Art
club will take care of all expenses
In connection with She lecture and
Invites tho public to ho Its guests.
Cluo to I'oNonlng Case.
LONDON' Dec. 13. A clue has
been obtained In the case of tho pois-
oning on November 0 of Sir William
Heywood. chief of Scotland Yard
which Involves person co"""
with a famous organization accord-
ing to the livening News.
Australian flax growlfig experi-
ments have succeeded and tho gov-
ernment will encotlrago the Industry.
gity ; ; jgj alityJ
llojr' MncklnaviH made of all woo) ma-
terials with corduroy skeleton lining. A
good range of patterns.
llojs' Flccfo Lined Olovea
In gauntlet or snap wrist.
$1.25 values. Qf"
Special at 7uC
Boys' Cuff Lluka. made
especially for soft cuffs.
Priced O C
up to .
'ChUdrcn's Knit Sots consisting of sweat-
er leggings and cap. All wool yarns.
In brown cardinal and brown and buff
combinations. fP Qf" Cfl
Specially priced ntt)OctJ tpD.tJU
Hoys' Silk Knitted Neckwear.
Boys' Wool Oolf Socks
made of Imported English
wool. 1.00 values 70
Boys' Silk Hdlifs. In fancy
colorings packed In
each . .
Boja' All Wool Shaker-Knit
Sweaters In bright colors and
combinations. Very fP nr
ejieclal at... tptJetSU
Other All Wool Sweaters
nt $2.45 to
Boxed HdLfH. for small chil
dren packed U dozen to box
assorted colorings. Special
ly priced at o r
per box . . t3DC
"Why did ijo shoot
so uncertain" said
said tlie Jury. Read
Ring Lardner's amus.
ivig one acV arcc
rii'alll"rirriiiiilllia'liiBllllillliill I Pill
a ii i
Give Him a Gift
Redeemable at Any
Time for Whatever He
One fc.it nro nf the Bojs'
inlmp Is the Hobby
Itorsc llarber Shop
where the bojs and
girls" can liavu their
hnlr fttt or bobbed by
t u -
n.-. ii -MI HI Tulsa Oklahoma City Muskofiec Hattlcsvillc
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