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Muskogee Times Democrat (Newspaper) - February 14, 1923, Muskogee, Oklahoma ROW OVER TOMB OF TUT Nations Scrap U. S. Share in Rich Treasure Found in Egypt 14,-An tut which will at powers Is to before nny bp the of the In ancient to through tho lot tho tomb of King was months Lord itn ' eminent a concession from tho 1 11 agreed that any ' which contained a royal mummy and which had not boon entered by should remain tho property of thp Then Carnarvon and Howard American who has spent 33 in the vast buried more than SOOO years lln the midst of and Egypt Claims tt This buried in the tomb under classification and claim to it. SCENES FROM OLD KING TUT'S TOMB Tutankhamen was an Egyptian king of the He about 1350 B. O- or 327fli years throne bv marrying most and The mystery of lifts wait He destroyed the beautiful city of El and ordered his subjects to leave il and settle in had been constructed as a city of contentment by an earlier barred and founded a new religion of his restored tho old - m pressure may bo brought to bear the government to cause officials to modify their In that some of treasures may find their way American America's claim is based on the con- that the of ancient belong to tho world and that as one of the leading nations of the present is entitled to In Some of the treasurers over which waged - Three gilt life-size images of human i heade of animals with eyes of Inlaid with ivory and i ot and ivory with gilt containing j state ] A heavy chair set with lapis and other Two statutes of the king * with 4..,..'SSzqui8ite boxes and alabaster embroidered clothing of the find could be sold for V dozen on of its but its scientific onA worth it HOLD AS BURNER OF BRIDGES ' 1 14.-Charged being implicated in the by fire of bridges Bouri and Arkansas railway in Harrison Albert locomotive is ' in county jail here fighting return that state for Stevens has refused to sign to return to Harrison for trial and Governor T. C. McRae of Arkansas has been asked - Issue requisition papers for his Stevens that it will for him to obtain a fair in Harrison where of a short time ago drove out of after lynching one of their - -o INVESTIGATE OF ASPHALT PAVINGS in treasure from Tutankhamen's Egyptians are seen above trays from the on shows one of the and Dr. Morton American minister In is Carter's official sleod and his or illinois town has a murder mystery 14-Officials of 111., forty north ot today wore with slaying with finding of the of a man hidden in field five miles ot When tho waa last night was found that every mark of on it bad been both bands out off nt joints and the features of the burned bevond The on one also torn The by officials disclosed an automobile drovo into the wooded glon where the was Footprints m officers to believe that two men who came in the automobile hid the beath caused by bullet - different kinds of material will be made by the council following discussion of work and Park were made for tho no contracts were awarded the discussion centered around lake is bet ter for street paving purposes than is L. made by artificial means 1350 motorists haVe license tags Hit Who have an time to their 1923 license tago were given a final 4",., today by B. enforcement officer of - Mareh 1 has been set by Blackstone the day when he and his deputies arresting those have their ' tags have been Blackstone sold jwe about 7,000 in county and If their owners don't buying eoon they'll be up against 1, and day tn they spend their for a state enforcement in the PERMITS Margaret New East Okmulgee two story South brick Mary 706 story ' C 4J8 repairs Baptist Eleventh and temporary 11,000. HAIR still seek clues in nun kidnaping * Feb. 14.-RecaU the grand jury of the February term of court will be asked if sufficient clues are secured by the police in their investigation of the alleged kidnaping of music teacher ot the Dame who Monday afternoon about 2:30 returned about one o'clock the same and harrowing tale of her experiences during that Attorney Aaron Anders It be known that ho would ask the court to recall of the grand jury in event sufficient clues are discovered to an investigation upon indictments might toe the police have expressed to Sister Cecilia go to Baltimore and aid them In discovering the house In which she she was held a it will be some will be able to make the Her condition was described as by Father William J. rector of the parish m which the convent is Members of Woodmen No. 5, are requested to attend Dr. Bowman's funeral afternoon at 2r30, from from the tomb of King a tray containing a jeweled box and an alabaster part of the in treasure King Tutankhamen's being removed from his contained valuable fabrics and bore tho king's and queen's names - Does The tax nobody can There's an easy and to pay is the tax which ful way to avoid is assessed against through Postura instead of or Postum is fully When nerves are satisfying to with all the and the night's rest is 1;---. health is paying a tax which cannot safely be People who drink coffee and tea often find there's a tax to pay for the they've had from the which coffee and tea nervous irritation and headaches are forms of the first comfort and pleasing flavor which a mealtime beverage can without any possibility of harm to As many cups as you like with any It would be wise for you to stop to the coffee and tea and enjoy the kindness and comfort of V Begin with an order to comes in two Instant prepared instantly in the cup by the addition of waten Postum Cereal for those who prefer to make the drink while the meal is being by boiling fully 20 The two forms are equally and the cost is only per Postum FOR HEALTH There's a Made by Postum Cereal Inc. Battle Mich. * Glint State Authorities Release Sister of v 14.-(AiiBoclnted Mary has been free state She back today in in Suffolk she received the newspapermen were a man delivered sorrio letters from America to Eamon do MIhs said she had at first been detained the offices of officials and that she did not ns she preferred a strike until she waa in At night was taken to Kind in a cell nt 11 o'clock bilt was with her iin hour 4Mls declared there was no of negotiating peace between the irregulars and the free state unless what Kevin of home called the provisions of the were She expressed confidence in the of the republicans maintain their resistance for 14.-^(Associated 1.000 froo state with dozens of armored cars and howitzers are part in tho County against the leader headquarters is In the a to News from Belfast are concealed at points thic which are said to bo ' Work has bopn suspended by the over a wWo tho farm workers watching the extent of operations and listening to the bark of the big COAL SLIDE KILLS MINER Feb. 14.-Mlko Miller killed and five other miners Injured when coal fell on them in the colliery of the county coal here DorTt to buy Do It do .it Ask how to buy tires at less also and I Dr. BELL'S Honey Colds Years used Dr. Honey coughs of all the as it is tbe 4>sd At lar dnis 197 Ml 117 N. 3Ba OKLA. thing like a on your prosperity and Quaker Oats Cooks to Jn 3 to B Oats Are Ready - Before the maii There is now a Quick Quaker perfected by our to 5-ittttes~far-qutckei^thaiJ"OTy you can it cooks to If that means to it's another for always getting Quaker The same exquisite flavor Quaker Oats are world-famed for their Millions of oat lovers over seas to get In every country this is the They are flaked from queen grains flavory All flavorless grains are A bushel of choice oats yields but ten pounds of these delicious Quick employs those same queen But the oats are cut before They are rolled very thin and are partly So the flakes are smaller and is And those thin flakes cook Now you your at equal Regular Quaker with its matchless Quick Quaker with that same plus But you get neither of those qualities unless you insist on the Quaker Regular Quaker Come in package at left styla you have always ' Quaker Oats Comi in package at witH the Your grocer has Be sure td get the style you Packed in sealed round packages removable corns GiNSBURG'S at Low Nuff Said Fine Aprons 79c 02 Inch Zephyr Ginghams Per Yard 28c New Stylo Women's Waists 95c to Men's and Men's Suits - Special Men's & Outing Shoes Hundreds of at Prices 32 Inch Tissue 47c New In Spring to Suits With 2 Pants - to Extra Woman's Oxfords and Shoos Ginghams Per Yard lOc Bloomers Pink Crepe 65c Women's New Style Hats and Corduroy and Pants 95c and Women's Fine Shoes and Oxfords to Good Ginghams and Percales per yard 15c Women's Gowns and 85c Hand Towels each 5c Men's Good Shirts to Extra Special Children's ' Shoes all sizes to to -is one of the heaviest weights you can place - high always going on and nothing to show foir it. just think of the comfort and ' happiness you are build Our ber builds Hope Lumber Co. 109 and 719 Get North Second and Wall Streets 5,i.^(.'^...5._
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