The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 87, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 27, 1922 Page: 3 of 14
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TULSA DAILY WORLD WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 27 1922
Steps Taken by Delegates
.to Second Annual Work-
Y ers' Convention
KBW TOKK. Dec. 2. Steps to
orjrn!te a national labor party wore
undertaken today by the delegated
to the necontl annual convention of
th workers' party following a de-
The delegates admitted that the
und risking of this organization
xraa Instructed by soviet lenders In
During the six-hour tlohato the
convention debated the advisability
of accepting the Instructions from
Moscow leaders pointing out that
conditions existing In the United
6tates often made It Inadvisable to
jAimnr i nn ru m I nil i inn mnpr.
LuawlK .Lorca. puuor 01 mo rvew
delegates to consider serloimly
whether following the Instructions
from Moscow woum not Hamper tno
progress of the proletarian rovo-
Thla was finally deemed inadvisable
During the six-hour convention
the delegates debated the advisabil-
ity of resurrecting tho communist
par'y. which had been driven un-
derground by department of Jus-
tice activities In 1D20 and making
an open Hcht for ks recognition.
Th's was finally deemed lnadvsablc
considering tho attitude of tho gov-
ernment toward avowed commun-
ists. A STRANGE CHRISTMAS
Sand Spinas New h HIS STEPMOTHER
WEDS YOUTH 28
SAND 81'ltINUS I)ec If L.M Ituy
Ilryant agr- u ytnrs w struck by a
preillni; Rulomublle whlln crossing the i
Naml HprlngM pavcl rood nar Joo station.
With tome nnre boys h.i was Httftmptlns
to catch km Int.rtirtmn cnr. The hoy wr I
rushed to a local hospital anil wm re-
pui ted deHrt. but soon recover! conscious-
ness One of his arms was brnUen In two
place. He was removed to tho home of
hie urnmiparenta Mr. and Mra. Jack I
i-uur .North (larfleld.
Word haa been received nf the death of
Mra. Alice KlnKubuuy. which oorurred Ie-
comber 19 at her home lit Atitlgo. Wis.
Mra. Klnirabury was u sister nt Mnun.
Charles und Kd I'nKe cf tlilaj city. Other
aurvlvora are one aon and one daughter
and a hoit of rclntlvea and friends many
of whom live In Sand Spring.
The body of Clarence the 1 -year-old
aon of Mr. and Mra. If. M. Drown North
Wllaon atreet who died at the home of till
parents on December 16 waa shipped to
Cherryvnle Kan Saturday for burial.
Ideal weather rors the work of the
Sand Spring cotton mill. Forty-five car-
loads of material and machinery are ex-
pected to arrive within the next few daya.
O. I. Stewart president of the First Na-
tional bank haa bouiiht a lot on North
Main street and will build his home there
In the near future.
V. M. Merrltt Is erectelnB a beauttful
new residence at Eighth and (larfleld
A. H. Hills of Portland Ore. who came
here to visit his son through the holidays
contemplates moving here In the spring.
Funeral services for Henry It. Selling
ased :t vera held st tho Central Christian
church at Home Hardens Tuesday morn-
ing. Ho was killed Instantly Sunday
morning when he fell beneath a moving
box car on the Sand Hprlngs railway yards
Those who aurvlve blm are his mother.
Mrs. Idi Selling. alBter and brother who
live at Homo Gardens.
Trick of Kntc Compels filrl to fihe
Present to Clinm Vlioe Father
Killed Her Own "ifculily."
SAN ANTONIO Tex8 Dec. 26.
Never was tho Christmas spirit more
strongly exemplified than In the
case of Gladys Stephens and Dorothy
G. W. Stophens father of Gladys
Is pacing a cell In the Uexar county
tall waiting for District Judgo S. W.
Taylor to name tho day when he
(hall die for the murder of Dorothy
Flnucane's father. And Dorothy
who Is a classmato of Gladys gave
her a story book on the school
Christmas tree saying that "her
daddy took mine from me but the
law is going to take her's away and
It Is not her fault."
Miss Sarah Perkins fifth grade
teacher placed slips of paper in-
scribed with the names of her pu-
pils In a hat and passed it through
the classroom. Gladys drew the
name of Dorothy Stephens as the
prospective recipient of a yuletlde
When tho names were called n.
hush fell over the class which knew
well the relations of these two girls
who sat across an nlsle from each
other. Would Dorothy comply with
tho decision of fate that eho be
generous with the daughter of her
The 14-year-old girl was thought-
fully silent for a few minutes then
said aloud for tho clas to hear
"It wasn't her fault. Her daddy
took mine away but tho law is going
to take her'a away from her to pay
for It and it isn't her fault. I will
give her a present."
About twenty members of the Epworlh
league of tha Methodist church gathered
I at the home of Hev. (J. A. I'ankey after
I scrvlcea Sunday night for an Informal
I social hour In honor of Mr. Pankeys birth-
day anniversary. Numerous games were
played anil stunts pulled which were
greatly enjoyed ty all.
Miss Kthel Kelley who Is attending the
University of Kansas is spending the
holidays with home folk.
A. N. Tlrazel and wife and son. Aionza
of Ifenryetta ore spending tho Christmas
holidays with Mrs. nrazel's parenta Mr.
and Mra. Alzonzo Johnson North Grant
Mrs. Minnie I.lllard of tha Merryman
Drygoods store and Miss Anna Merry-
man visited relatives In Catoosa over the
M'. V. Hamilton of Olennand grand-
daughter. Miss Grace Muriel King of Band
Springs spent Sunday and Monday In Ca-
toosa with relatives.
O. D. Merryman a business msn of Ca-
toosa has purchased lots on Roosevelt
street hore and expects to erect a resi-
dence In the near future. He will prob&ly
Miss Louisa Hamsdale owner of the
"Little White Christmas Shop" on North
Main during the Christmas season and
secretary of tho Domlnoln Oil company
and C E. Btey. president of the Domin-
ion Oil company left Tuesday for New
York City their former home where they
were married December 23. After a brief
honeymoon und a visit with relative they
will return to Sand Springs to make their
District Superintendent O. B. N'orrls will
preside at quarterly conference at the
I'lrst Methodist church Wednesday night.
fiomo nine months ago while Messrs.
Wiser and Tlllery of North Grant street
were hunting along the banks of the
Arkansas river near Sand Springs they
came across two mother coyotes with 11
baby coyotes. One of the mothers escaped.
The babies were carried home and put
with a colllo mother dog with pupa about
the same age. The pupa and coyotes
griw up together but the coyotes wero
always shy and vicious. The dog pro-
tected them In the same manner that
sho cared for her own. The coyotes were
finally sold to different citizens for pets.
At 25 Discount
This Week Only
We received a shipment of a
number of beautiful Floor Lamps
and some unusually attractive
Mirrors too late for the Christmas
trade. Also a shipment of
"Placques" arrived too late.
These together with every
Framed Picture Lamp and Mir-
ror in the store will be sold at a
discount of 25.
If there be any one outstanding
fact in business today it is that
people are gradually but surely
turning to better and more at
tractive home furnishings and
are spending more money per
room on the things that help
make the home attractive than
District of Columbia's
Police Hunting .Two
WASHINGTON Dec. 26. The
metropolitan pollco wero asked thl
afternoon to hunt for Hebal Chris-
tie 28 and Hesa I.co Christie 4S.
his stepmother who were married
Mr. Jonea at 410 (larfleld owned one
und on Chrlstmss eve morning he slipped
away from his master. He cheseil tiy
chicken In sight tlnully londlng In a
chicken pen on North Main. The coyote
was spied by a small boy who. thinking
It was a dog tried to chase htm out of
the pen. In a vicious way the coyote
turned upon the boy. biting him. Tho ani
mal was quicmy slain
today In violation of the District of
I'uUimblu Pinal inilf.
A license w IhsufiI to them by
Uui dork of District ot Columbia
municipal court nnd the wedding
ceremony performed a few mlmitew
i later in the district building before
i some nttucho with nn Inquiring
I mind be pan n search of thn lictH of
j congress to see If the marring whf
i within the law.
I They discovered thnt the marriage
' nf a man to his stepmother Is ox-
i pressly prohibition and thnt "such
a inriirnige Is absolutely void nb in-
itio without being so tlocruml."
Hut by tho time ha had given this
Information to the proper official
Scba! Christie and his stepmother-
bride had departed on tholr honey-
moon. It will be tho duty of tho
policemen who caU'h up with them
to solomnly Inform them thnt thoy
nro Just stepmother and itepson.
Men' suits of red nnd green cloth
it Is said will prevent sunstroke.
Give us tho sunstroke if n choice is
Home Decorating Co.
511 South Main
u 1 SmMoiiio
PTP.A T) TTTTT? C
and after all what
other cigarette is so
highly respected by
so many men?
Nature has endowed San Antonio
with a glorious winter climate where
days of golden sunshine follow each
other in dazzling succession.
Winter in San Antonio means life out-of-doors.
Snow and ice arc strangers to the
several sporty golf courses and the twenty-
odd paved highways leading to mountains
and sea make motoring a perpetual delight.
Black bass nshing.hunting.boating.tennis
polo and horseback riding arc among tha
many sports you can enjoy in San Antonio
TODAY while other sections
A City of Contrasts
San Antonio has modern hotels more thnn two-
score parks and plazas an imposing number of schools
colleges and churches and an unlimited supply of pure
artesian water As the social center of the Southwest it
forms a meeting place for civilians and army folks from
the country's largest military establishment.
Two centuries of stirring history givo San Antonio a
colorful background. You meet romance and contrast hero
at every turn ancient cathedral spires struggling in the
shadow of modern office buildings nnd panting motors
pausing while a serape-wrapped Mexican ambles by on a
Let Ftitima mohrt
CJaLv ffie next jr WA.
fi v irain south to sunny f ' sv
m 1 yy r i s i in
Uccrrrtc Mters ToaccoCo.
Nature produces the flavor of fine
coffee. We develop and preserve
the flavor by scientific methods of
blending roasting and packing;
In preparing Hills Bros. Red Can
Coffee make it right and then you'
will appreciate its appetising aroma
fine flavor and satisfying strength.
and you will
square yards of
ment have been
year a gain of
more than 30 per
cent over last
year the largest
The construction thus
provided for and to a
large extent completed
is equivalent to more
than 7000 miles of 18-
That is a larger amount
of Concrete highway
than there was in the
country altogether up
These facts witness the
determination of this
country to have roads
equal to die traffic they
Yet even with this great
record the output of
motor vehicles contin-
ues to outstrip by far
the construction of
The revolution in road
traffic due to the auto-
mobile has called for
really enduring pave-
ment; and Concrete
fills the need.
That is the explana-
tion of the steady rapid
gain in Concrete road
the last decade the
largest development in
facilities in this country
in many years.
PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION
cA National Organization
to Improve and Extend the Uses of Concrete
Sill UVc Ctr
Vsacouvcr B. C.
Wuhtmton O. C
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