The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 90, Ed. 1, Saturday, December 30, 1922 Page: 8 of 18
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SATURDAY DECEMBER 30 1922
Sooner Senator Named on
Committer Selected by
6 COMMITTEES NAMED
Oklahoman Appointed to
Chnirrannship on Ln Fol-
lottc's Credit Committee
Dl'UMN Doc. 29 - William Cot
ioV' In a tatemant tonight to tht
Aneoelated Pre explained the
nauMMltr ft"" the Free rttate govern-
ment to put Into force It terr.
n oaauren nf rrpreaMon ugnlni thr
diwildent rar Horn In Ireland. Ien
.'iicv had proved Ineffeit.vo and on
lehalf of at leant UH per cent of the
peuple tho government had found
It necewmry to make the republican
'Vnnllio the Inl'iultv of the deatrur-
IK. ii and degradation and ralaery
they were tulnging the mother-
PAY TRIBUTE TO
WASHINGTON IC. XI Itepre-
nontnt lv llmltllettOH. democrat
Alahama who with Senator Iji Toi-
lette republlean Wlavonidn. railed
tho recent conference of progreii-
pim here today announced the or-
ganisation of tlx committees made
up of aenatorw and representative
In the "progralv hloc" to deal
with leglaiatlve subject.
Agriculture: Senator Norrle re-
publican. Nehraeka rhairmnn: Sena-
tor. Cupper republican Itanaae;
Mhepard democrat Te.taa; nopre-
nentatlvea Johnaon South Dakota;
Kins. Illln'-K and Volifht. Wl't'ii-
aln republican and Ward demo-
crat North Carolina
t.abor: Itepreeentntlve IJeck re-
toM Rorah republican Idaho:
France republican Maryland; Itep-
rcacnt.it ivc Hurk. I'eitnsylvanla;
Iluck llllnolfl. and Keller. Mlnnewntn
I epublicnn. and Mend democrat
Hallway nnd Shipping: Senator
a Follette. chairman. Solicitors
Aahurat democrat. Arizona; Hrook-
hart republican Iowa nnd flhop-
pard; Representatives Cooper re
puhllrnu WlBconaln; Logan demo.
ciHt South Carolina nnd Huddle-
Mon democrat Alabama.
Natural Itoaourrea: He-presenta-live
McNwajn. democrat North Cnro.
Una chiilrman; Senator Ownn
demoorat Oklahoma and llonili:
Itepreeentfltlvee Hrown WlMonaln;
Jumeef Michigan; J. M. Nnleon Wis-
cousin and Uellur. rupubllcana.
Credlta: flonator Owon chairman;
Senator Ilrookhnrt Capper and
Ijurid republican. North Dakota;
Jtepreeeutatlvca KnlRht republican
Ohio; Mnnefleld democrat ToxnH
and Schall republican Minnesota.
Taxation; Ueprewntntlv Colllnn
democrat Mial"lppl chairman
Sonntora La Follctta nnd McNary.
republlcniiB Oregon; Tlcpresnnta-
tlve Frear Wlavonnln; Lamport
Wisconsin; Sinclair North Dakota
and Woodruff. Michigan republic-
ii 11 P. s
IRISH EXECUTE TWO MORE
I'mniil Murdered Near lll.i )Ionc
"Spy" S'Kil l'lnncd to Ills Chcwt.
DM1LIN Doc. 20. Two more re-
publican Irregular prlHoncr worn
executed by tho Freo Strtto nuthorl-
Tho executions took plnco at Kil-
kenny. According to tho official an-
nouncement Issued horo the mon
were named Murphy nnd Whclan.
They had boon o lguged In guerilla
wnrfnro against tho regular.
About 14 Irregulars have boen ex-
ecuted In the pant few months.
John Joyno of County wai
found near hla home his body rid-
dled with bullets.
On hla breast waa a c4rd with the
"A convicted spy of tho Irish ro-
IGNORANT OF LOVE AFFAIR
HE REVIEWS 1922
CONTINl'KD ritOM I'AOK ONE
ft a meaeuie of limine turnover In-
rreafed slightly J it every feredal re-
nerve dlatrli't ejtcept Atlanta.
The year'rf progress waa reported
to have changed a. huge aurplue of
freight care Into a general nhortage.
Ftelght movemenu however were
deecrlbed a eatlafartory.
One of the chief banoflte derived
by the furmer win thn Incroaeo In
hln ptirrhaelng power according to
the levlew. whi h culled attention to
a decline of 10 per rent in whote-
aale and 5 per cent In retail plrcen
while the agricultural products
were on an average of 17 per cent
more than Iti tho previous yuar. This
condition worK to the advantage
of the consumer also In that It nar-
rows the margin between prices on
wholesale and retail wales. It was
Tho department's nurvey nhowed
that textile mills were about 20 per
rent more active than Inst your; tho
Iron and steel Industry Increased Us
output between CO and 70 per cent.
I'etroleum production was anout ib
per cent greater; coke 40 nor cent;
per cent liuiKiuig con
otructlon 62 per cent nnd meats
about C per cent.
Tho final estimate of the wheat
crop showed It to have been about
41.000000 bushels or 5 por cent
greater than last year. I'rlcoa ranged
generally higher. Thero was a
decllno of 3S per cent ln whoat ex-
ports but uxportn of wheat flour
were almost the samo as ln 1021.
'1 he com crop was 17S.000.000
bunhels greater than last year and
that of oatn about 137000.000 bush-
ols. Kxports wore larger by fur than
In tho preceding year and prices
wore higher tho review stated.
Cotton consumption rose nearly
14 per cent in the first 11 months
.is compared with the corresponding
porlod last year. Prices wero higher
by 12 per cent on tho averago more
than a year ago.
HavtngH bank depoeltn Increased
uniformly throughout the t.ottntry
and Increases over 1D21 also wero
reported ln tho 1022 life Insurance
Advertising In nowspaperti was 6
per cent loss on tho basis of It
months than for tho same period
last year but magnrlno advertising
I'oital receipts w'cre 9 per cent
greater for tho first 11 months than
for tho samo period In 1021 tho
Attempt to Import HussUvns. j
WASII1NOTON. Dec. 29 AlH'U-i
cutlon was rnndo today to Secretary '
o' Labor Davis by C. 13. Maddux of
St. Taul Minn. for pornilsslon to '
Import under the contract labor law
several thounand Hueslann now
exiled In Germany to work certain I
abandoned farm lands along the
North Dalcia-Montana state linn.
Hundreds of Civic Lead
ers Passed Bier as
Body Lay in State
Tula paid tribute to the mwiwiv
of one of her pioneer citizens and
civic lelern Friday when thn i-ltv
commission and thousands of friends I
and admirers passed by the bl"r a
thn body of I.flle L. Doyle lav In'
statn at h's home Friday before the
funeral services which wero con-
! ducted aX 2.10 o'clock Friday after-
noon from the Trinity Bplscopal
1 church oondncted by the Itev. Rolfe
All offlceo In the city lmll and
many other Institution) closed their
doors for an hour Friday afternoon
in honor of Doyle.
Following the eervlces at the
church the Delta lottae No. 425 of
which Mr Doyle was past worship-
ful tiiHSter took charge of the cere-
! monies at Hose 11 II cemetery.
Relative of Mr. Dnyle who were
In the city for th' service were:
FMmond Doyln brother Chicago;
Mrs. 1. E. Johantgenk sister Chl-
I cngo; Mliw Stella Doyle sinter
I Louisville; Mrs. Walker Powell sls-
lr Ht. Louis; Mr. ad Mrs. I'reil
' T lr U nv finnliAw anrl ntrA Din.
bluff.' Ark. nnd Mrs. W. McClnna-
han Ilnzen Ark. who Is Mrs.
Tho city commission Friday morn-
ing unanimously adopted a rolu-
tlon lamenting tho death of Mr.
Doyle. It followe:
"Whoteas we are In receipt of the
nnd intelligence of the passing of
our associate and friend Leslie L.
Doyle president of the city park
"Wherens In Ills going from
among un the city administration
has lost a faithful member and loynl
coworker and tho community a
generouM and unselfish public aerv-
ant; therefore bo It
"Hesolved by the mayor and city
commlrtsloners that wo bow ottr!
heada ln Korrow and grateful recog-
nition of hla manifold ncttvltlcn nnd
his untiring labor of lovo; nnd
"Unsolved further that wo are
docply conscious of hla true worth
aa official nnd friend his devotion
to hU conceptions of Justice nnd
tho happiness nnd prosperity of our
"Hesolved further that tho life he
lived among tin and tho kindly eplrlt
ho exemplified ln his dally walk nro
worthy of emulation and that his
Impress upon the life of tho city has
served to mnko It bettor by reason
of his having boon a resident there-
of and be it further w
"Hesolved that in thla trying hour
wo extend our heartfelt Borrow nnd
which hath foundation whew
b'il'd r and tn.'iker Is Ood.
Hesolved. that tills reolntlon 1"
sproud upon the records of tho city
a copy to the family of the deceased
and also to tn ore as or tne city.
"(fllgned.) A. J. Ku.ld J. C.
Whiteside I. J. Vnderwood com
Voic SMaI 1
lirr ' Zl. rv i
J urn Indicts Fourteen
In Hoot leg Cons piracy
NEW YOUK Dec. 20. Thlrteon
men Wore Indicted by n federal
grand Jury this afternoon ln an In-
vnntlgat on of an alleged (1.000000
bootlegging conspiracy Involving two
lilg distilleries and a well-known
New York firm of eommleelon
ni"t chants. Tho chargea were con-
spiracy to violate the national prohi-
bition act plot to defraud the gov-
ernment of taxr lllignl sale of
liquor and the iesulng of forgod
BOY KILLED BY CHUM B0Y ls HEiDfR MURDER!KSeSWt.tt;h.h
hy lli Hi-
I)lfivmrt litre-1 ..r if tin Y. W
lic-ri cuni'il to i ti.rntiulrf. lit.
HflM of tlT mnttier. Mlw WalKtni left
lt Thnr1ny ami an frflir word to
hr nxither't eondltlon hsi httn rclvit.
The rtnuloyrnrat nftlaa will nontlnu In
AM C. VASSLNOALB and 3.
of ConiaU. Okls. tha letter.
.Mil ()rc CrmlnJ In
Forlorn Hopet Seeking
Two Missing Aviators
. BAN DIBUO Cil. Doc. 20. Act-
ing on n forlorn hopo that tho bodies
of Col. Francis Marshall and Lieut.
Charles I Webber lost since De-
cumber 7 may be found cither In
the desolate fastness of northern
Honora or along the shores of the
Child I'olntN Small Shotgun at Piny.
nuitct Weapon llclinrgcl: Sec-
ond Dcntli nt Claremorc
flieclal to Th Wortd.
CLAHKMOH15. Dec ii. It was
another case of a young lad pointing
a gun and didn't know It was load-
ed. William flordon 1ine 9-year-
old son of Mr. and Mr. Gordon
Youth. After Scoliiff Gunplay mil
( L T I III fflt rUrl'l 1 aflVJ 1
W. wi'TlV ec:29.-ncalMlc gun "T'ol"
play bad no movie ending for Melvln I t ne wedding oi f.. 7
a';; lY'l' atfllr-homVrloarlyh thE 1 ?otuSS" comedian of'th.a i'V-
arrested nt hie homo onriy inm .in McWllllnTnn n( . '
morning on a charge of murder. ! Miss Ada IcAM ttf fc rv .
llnndrlx had taken niijin in "; ---- - ai
.... t. '."'UVI
nrn In.l . .
was enacKvj on inn screen a nun i r.- ----- ----- nj
Vincent T. Hlchnrdson. 17 met the will leave for the east soon a r t.
to uenunx i mm-" v" n 'our
missed some insulting remarns. ;n ' i nu..-.. al(.
Is doad at the hands of a plamnte argument followed during which i the wedding ne said Alter tia thi
praawant of tn itate tr aaam iati.m i af a California three army and
In Tula tn obtain a unite nf otflrm rx-
panting t mn thalr w firm "f Mi-
Initale Puff hara ahnrtly attpr January
1. Tkair hava majntelnail an nrftca In (rr-
clotl tor nearly iO jaari. athotiich thalr!
Irriice has eitfndwl to all raru of tha'
I)tnE''TOK ofthe Chambar of Com-
mar a At ttolel Tutaa KrldMy nuon il"
rilnad In nay 1310 annual rental on Ian
now nrcuplait by tha Houthwait .Mrblam
r-nmpany aeven tntlaa paat of tba rftv
TS alrplana mmpany raoantly aKd liir
chambar for ftninclal aitpport. dcchtrlng
imloaa It waa Klvan It will ba nnctiaai
to abahdon tha field Tulsa ban been
plarod bn vltruatly all Important air routes
nine thn Snuthwaat Alrplana rotnpany waa
VtATmiAOK MfENSKS luM yarter
day !. A. Yahn. 20 and Mli rtla 11.
BrliK. 20 of Tuiaa HarnUI U. King
and M M.iurlre (ir.iriii. It of To na JacK
Chapman C7 iind l.ulft flarralt 21 rf
Tulaa. t hatle? A. llnlmcren .17 anl Nt-
tlo May MtiC'letUKhan 17 of Tuns.
niVOnCK rCTtTIONS rilM yearnday-
renrl Irwin Morsan aealnet Harry T Mor-
gan Mmnla Moora analnet C. O. Moor.
and tha gun was discharged. T.ie
i.hargo struck Lane in the left
breast nnd ptoreed the heart. Dei'h
won lnetnntanooua. The body was
brought to Claremoro for burial. Mi
and Mrs. Lano reside on a farm neat
This Is tho second 'death by acci-
dental shooting . during Christmas
woeh I-'mt Saturday lllram onrst.
ago 7S years local government
wenthor observer was killed whth
hunting. He stood his shot gun
."-olnst a stump and went 3n
nacea awnv into tho woods. The
navy planes left San Diego today for un fell and was discharged. The
Yuma Ariz. to (.tarch for Llouten-i hot struct him at a distant of 30
ant Webber's piano In which the prc.es Just above tho knee of the
two mining officers left San D cgO right lower limb and an artery waa
for Fort Huarhun.cn Ariz. 'severed. Ho bled to death.
moving Pkt . e show VheVgunpiny homo January 12 t
mr?& on tho screen. A rival I gronm nounced he
Vincent T. Hlchnrdson. 17 met the I will leave for the east
s-m nwtivt .in. aim 4'nn vjv.. -- . i.tu fifur or inn vnnr. s ri
Lane residing north of Clerernore p ' ; iitlnB remarks' An I of. southern tta ls Plan.
In 1! .t h ln1 nf n filmmnliv '. ..! I .....! .torlnr- trhlch I the WCddlng he said After
MncKclllson. ago 10. who pointed a Hendrlx pulled a gun and fired the ILers' will make their horn. !. a0li.
hotgun at him this morning ln play bullet entering 111 hardson arm pit Jjd.
JAIL DELIVERY BALKED
Plan to Arningo ror Ustutpc of Tvto
Alleged iintiillls Is Frustrated.
IvANHAS CITY. Mo. Dec 20
What pollco claim was a plan to ro-
cuo Jim Cavcrty and Frank Wil-
liams alleged bandits wanted hero
for alleged participation in tho J 97.-
000 robbery of tho Drovors National
bank messengers some time ngo has
been frustrated officers say. by n
change in the time of arrival of. tha
men and their guards here.
The two men are being brought
from New Orleans whore they were
arrested scvural days ngo. j
According to detectives members
of tho underworld here raised a fund
of $20000 to be paid gunmen to res-
cuo the pair when they arrived hore.
Following discovery of tho alleged
plot detectives ln charge of tho
mnn clinnrreil their rntltlnir so as to I
sympathy to hla family and frlondsffo vn 6t Louis. Tho men will bo'
and that thoy may havo it conscious brought Into Knn.sas City and1
rt'iuimuun inai nn nan entcrea inioi lodged in tno county jail in ortier to
that eternnl hnb tatl.-in and homo forestall any nttemptB at rescue;
1 ' FIMEsT QUALITY I I J
jST GROCERIES f
SI w r s jr ' .iriniffllBlllllBlliiiaii
11 West Tltlnl
I'hono Osngo 30S0
Why not trade where you can got the best goods nt tho lowest
possible pricea prompt and courtcouu treatment und also FIlKE
Kuiimus City Man Ktvcnv Nntlilnir of
His Wife's Uomnneo Until Tragedy.
CHICAGO. Dec. 20. Herbert H.
Merrill traveling roprvnentattva of a
Kansas City medical supply concern
today told how ho had been Ignorant
of tho secret lovo Joseph Lang bore
Blnco childhood for Mrs. Morrill until
tho suitor shot her and then killed
himself early this morning ln a taxi-
cab. "Lang knew my wife when they
were children In Hlllsboro N. D.."
(. . t ! i j.yrnr-olrt
on. "Two years ago he followed u
j .. out with Grace last
night with my knowledge but I did
'not once suspect ho loved hers"
Mrs. Morrill Is exported to recover.
Khe resisted Lang's advances thus
provoking the shooting.
The Quickcat-Cooking OnU
in the World
.Government May Pay
Off 'Apache Indiana
Sraclal to Tha World.
WASHINGTON Doc. 29. Presi-
dent Harding today sent to the house
raport from the director of the
budget asking $42500 fpr the relief
of the Apnche Indians who were In-
carcerated at Fort Sill for many
Of this amount J120!tfl Is for sub-
sistence for 84 Apaches for one year
at Sill each. Thr. other J30.10S
would go to the purchnso of land
If It Comc From Kings
It's Good to l"nt
Quaker Oala now come In two
ityles regular and Quick. Both
have that super-flavor the flavor
that won the world. Both are
flaked from queen grains only
juit tho rich plump flavory oats.
But in Quick Quaker the oats
are cut beiore flaking. They are
rolled very thin and partly
cooked. So the Hakes are smaller
and thinner tint is all. And
those small thin flakes cook
Quick Quaker cooks in 3 to S
minutes. It is the quickest-cooking
oats in the world.
In those two ways Quaker
Oats excel. Say which you want
regular or fjtiic. But if you
love flavor insist on the Quaker
0 lb. Crlsco - pr
flood Creamery A Q
Pure Pork nr
Fresh around -I pr
No. 10 Tall -t or
Compound ........... XWfJ
No. 5 Tall
Compound ....... Uti
HOlled Itib or
Morris Supremk Hams cyA
Whole or Half." awfi?
3 lbs. Crlsco Pf
Ne" Hulk Mince i)Q
Spring Umb new Mackerel
bulk Kraut. Olives Sweet. Sour
and Dill l'lckliw Holland Her-
ring Horco Had(h and Drlck
Urookfleld A O
10 lbs. Puro Huckwheat "1 Of?
from Tltusvllle PennBylvunla.
Host Hurbank Potatoes QO
No. 2 cans Richelieu OQ
Btiperflno sifted poos. . . . CtU
Hy the Case Q Off
3 dozen. . . : OaawO
Hlchelleu Steel Cut Art
Coffee .. t'ii
10 Ilarn P. &. O. An
Oranges -.. .OfJ
'Ar: i 20
Chocolate -J f
Hlue Oooso Orape Fruit
2 fur altP
Holfowl Dates OfT
per lb tj
What Groceries Do You Need
for New Years Dinner?
And where do you expect to buy them? You will
save time and money hy buying; your meats and
groceries at our sore.
You will receive the aame courteous service too
whether you are a stranger or an old friend.
White Grocery I
901 South Main Osngo 2187-2188 1
1 peck Russett Burbank yrj
24 lbs. Magnolia
IS lbs. Magnolia
No. 2 Tomatoes
No. 2 Corn
No. 2 Pickwick Sifted
Peas per can
No. 2 Jackson Pumpkin
All tall cans Milk.
No 2H Halo's Leader
Peaches per oan . . . .
No. 2V4 Halo's Leader
Pineapple per can . .
No. 2V4 Hale's Leader
Pears per can
No. 2 14 P.IckwIck
1 lb. Pickwick Coffee
3 lbs. Pickwick
3 lbs. bulk Cream of
1 package Sun Maid
Seeded Raisins for . .
One 16-oz. Jar pure Preserves
v L v
No. 10 or gallon Cher-
ries Btr car.
No. 10 or gallon White
No. 10 or gallon
Blackberries per can..
No. 10 or gallon solid
pack Peaches per can
No. 10 or gallon soltd Qn
pack Pineapple por can UOC
(Jtegular 15o size Krlspy in
Crackers for JLOC
Clnn Inrtrft m!A "Tlenchnllt .Tallv
or Preserves regular Q H
60c; special OOC I
One medium slro Benchnut
Jelly regular 38c 07
Extra fancy Jonathan Apples
Delicious Apples jQ nr
per box tDUtUO
Sweet Potatoes J- rn
per bushel tDX.DU
Large Dill Pickles
Fresh Ground Peanut Ofi
Butter per lb
per lb. . .
111-113 East First Streot .Osage 3644 j
We Sell Mrc I--wls' Home Made Oikes.
Cedar 1102 Osage 6800
For New Years
Ring Anchovies ln olive oil
Genuine HuMian Caviar
Sardine and Anchovy Paste
Goose Llvera and Truffles
Olives stuffed with Anchovy
Creme Da Menthu
French and Italian Vermouth
French Orange Syrup
Orange Lime nnd Lemon Juice
We Close 11 A. M. Monday
DISTKlBUTrB BY AMERICAN rBUITCBOWDtS INC
R. C. MILLS &. CO. Inc.
Phone Osago 1622-1623
of making good cocoa is in using
For its quality is good
Tho puri$ palotability nnd nutrient
characteristics of high grade cocoa
beans are retained m Baker's Cocoa
owing to the perfection of the proc-
esses and machinery peculiar to our.
MADIJ ONLY DY
ALTER BAKER & CO. LTD.
F-ttbh.hed 1780 DORCHESTER MASS.
Booklet 0 Choice Rccipts sent free
Butter . .
Eggs . . .
Lipton's Red A
Label Coffee . . . aOfftL
Goods Coffee . . .
rado Whites pk.
Burbanks per plr.
Pork Sausage in
1 lb. cartons
Free delivery on orders
in the city of ?3 or more.
Good Goods in a clean
store at the lowest prices
on an honest basis.
If There b no Arama fn lh.
Coffee you are Using
-or verjnanent satisfaction
"Say When Do We Eat?"
No food is so tantalizing to thi
hungry man as the appetizing
aroma of a Percolator of good
coffee. Use Hale's Leader inj
your percolator it makes deli-i
cious coffee the kind that satiw
fies the ardent coffee drinkerJ
You will find it rich flavored and
always FRESHr-it is packed
near you. Not an expensive coM
Call your Grocer for a can of
Hale's Leader Coffee todays '
(TRADERS NO. 4)
Buick Building Second
Phone Osage 6970
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