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DAfLY WORLD, MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1919.
RED TRIANGLE MEN
AT BATTLE'S FRONT
Okmulgee KNTr-lary'TelH l"nrt Thai
V. M. '. A. hntrJtrirm 1'luicil
In OniH War.
Manufacturing Liquor Proves Costly
PARENTS HEAR DR. LAMBERT
round Tulwi U t In TliM kfol lit
I (gluing oikl Hurle 'o rp'Oiil
IToin III Own T'iuii
licforc tl-rt lurir' iiuti-tit iii.jt
Ills it 1 1 i-nil p. the Huiicl.iv .i ri'rnniiii
forums it tlu V. M ' A , an h i
illenci. that Included munv nioll.i'i
mill fathers of snMlcr in r'niioc
I'r. A. il. Iinilii'tl of . m ti I k nr
nf th Ix-et known .HI pin luc cru sod
.husines men nf 'e.-isii-ru i ik l.i linnm,
who left his I 1 1 v nrfsii-H li ni In
the fronl hi ii Y M A n'irl.iiv
end wuk In inn of ill" hiinc fnfhl
Inn In which III" Americans cie en
irnKi'il. told f the iicthllt of the V
M. r A. on Ih Imttlc fiuiil
Nine eei retrtr cs were killed l.v
"hell fire, ,11 liv Khu iin.l l"l illfd In
hospitals from exposure. In hiiIi!
while 10 others witk rlifd fur kI"
Unirv In action In ihe A i gonna
woods there yurWtdn seerctrirUs Mini
10 women on the front linen, intuitu
teterlng In Ihe neds of the flKhtinn
Iioctor I-aniliert spent fi 1 of his
lime wllli the S!)th and Kith dlvls-
lone, the littler being composed of
Oklahoma und Th troops, un lit"
arrival in Krnnre he asked In he unit
Ml once In the front ami fnr Jn 1ye
he wen li n tier shell fire, lie told nf
Hie terrllile effert of the harrsge fire
nf (he Bill", which smothered hordes
nf Germane In their dugouts In ttie
path nf these harages l wu fnlinil
that live enemy abandoned every
thing In their retreat, an DVlilnnre
that (hey wr surprised and no! es.
peeling eurh (errlfln fire.
On going Into action upon one oc
casion, he wya, the officers tolil (he
men not to kill unless It wee nacee
err to save the liven of their own
men. In the Ram order they were
commanded to kill iwiy quitter among
their own rank who complained
that It was ton hot to go Into halt la
when they were told to. Thle la the
way objector are treated In the army
In tlmea of battle, he aald.
In battle the apeaker en. I1 ha met
many Oklahoma men whtfm ha had
previously known. Among them wen
Corporal noaworth of Tulsa, who he
aid wma a eplendld soldier and a par.
tlclpant In much of the airemmne
fighting; during the lat day of lh
In eearohlna; fop wounded Ameri
cana after one of the engagements
ha found In an old house In a dying
condition Margeant While, front hla
own town, wounded and alone,. He
remained with him until he died,
watohed tvr hla body all night and
the next day caw that ha had proper
burial He wag preeent at the hnrlal
of Bergean Galium of Henrietta., who
before losing hla Ufa captured two
Herman machine rune.
Parenta who hay acne hurled In
France need not worry about tha
tara of tha grave of thee anldlars,
he told the mother and father
present. Whan tha bodlea ar Identl.
fled tbe graves ar marked and the
littl rrenoh children keep tham a to
rated with flower. . .
Dootor lAmhert's addrea wm on
of th moat Interesting talka on th
war that ha been heard ai th
forum. M epoke fop an hour and a
half ana) wag given tb closest atten.
aaTstte lHm4 ts?
la cant of rheumatism and lam)
back it penetrate quickly, drives out
orencaa, and limber up tiff, achiag
joint and muscle.
Wisard Oil la an absolutely reli
able, antiseptic application (or cat,
burns, bites, and stings. Sprains and
raises heal readily under its sooto
bf, penetrating qnalitiea.
Get it (rem druggists (or M eaata.
If not satisfied return th bottle aad
gt yoir money back,
Erar coastipated or haea sick
fceadaebar Just try Wiisrd Iirr
Whip, pleasant little pink pill, M
eats. Guars d teed.
k Soothes anrTftefleves Like
a Mustard Plaster Without
e itorn or Sting
Mueterola is a clean, white oint
ment, made rrtth llie oil o( mustard.
It doe all the work of the old fashioned
mustard plaster doea it better and
etoe not blister. You do not have to
bother with a clmh. You simply nib
it on and usually the pain is none I
Manv doctors aod nurses use Muster-'
ole and recommend it to their pattr nta.
Tbey will gladly tell you what re
Nef it give from sore throat, bron
chitis, croup, stiff nerk. asthma, neu
lalgia. congestion, pleunsy, rhruma
tism, lumbago, pains and athes of tho
back or joints, sprains, sore rati Ire,
bruise. chilblin. frosted fret, colds ol
the chest (it often prevents pneumonia)
30c and 60c Jars; hosp(uj jte $2.5
k w Tonailitls. gsrgle
with warm salt
water, then apply
k..:.. . w m m.m vawae
TWUK BOPYwUARO" - ZQf. 60. I 20
1 fill tmm saWal M aflll lllTi
1 ij . x . ; 1 1 ill lsaa 1 rv 11
ST. LOUIS SALOONS j Beware of Mail Order Houses
PREPARE FOR CLOSE Which Advertise Auto Paints
smrw nf 1 lie I, SA r)Mi-lr Will
I lfc"ii lruicglJ- ld Southern
KT. I.Ol'IH, MO.. Mwh I. The
nialurlfy nf the 3 000 eelonn owners
, 111 .Mlneniirl ir marking time In the
1 linpc 1 hut rongme w'll amend the
' 11 itionul prolilhiilon law Wi tht muti-
ufucture and eiln of beer will le per.
, fnltii il, Hi C'rdlng to reprrHentatlves
if the Il'inor deelere
j un the other hund, a l,m number
of imIhiii 10 -ii .ilrrnily hae nrrni(e,
!'i convert their pliiree Into moving
nlctiirn tlirativn. reeiaurunte, soft
1 -Mnl puriore. drnif torre and iner
'.intll ..un lilt vli ruentM
l jrc of tluil ispe nf m.ill order
hciiiee, nayH the nu'ional igllaiH'V
cnnimltler , (he Aaenclaled Adver
tiKlng ihiAm nf the world, which of
ferti for en In at a apeciul prli : 111K"
mobile oil pHlnle. nr elmllar goode
' Uirned to he in storage tu-iir ou
I'M'iiijee ahipmem wae refimed on in'
count of alow tlelivrry by the rail
way company. Much clnlma are uu-
itllv untrue, the good lielug ehlpiied
In he launched by tha legislature
.Now. with the. critical moment at
hand, he Is reetralned from Ink In
any part In the furtherance of the
plane to which hn hae devoted ac
much of Ills lima and his energy by
tin hand of fate.
" The work which would ordinarily
devolve upon him has fulle upon
the shoulder of K. Ilee (lullirey of
li the warehouse for sule from iha'j Tula, financial eecrelary of the
point. , Your dealer, whom you know, I I""" roeue ieniriiiraun, who m iqob
Hl give you el It ,u.t aa goiKl vulul' after rtlnglolarv's work In addl
for thr iimiiyv 1 Hon trt hie own. The caee of Klngle-
The natlomil lgll.ince committee. I tary has arouaed the eympathlea of
'hrouich i K-opermlon of the poti.il tho In toucili w ith tlm good roads
auihorlllee, nhtained an imreemeut
from a n umber nf these mall nidei
hoime eorne monllie ago by whhh
tlile det epiion was empped
I Annul, xinx the cnriimlttee, one nr
more nf three concerns have renorlrd
I'o a similar si heme thrnuah eulea
movement ae hue no otlie
loiinrcira un ine caiuiii
al now waging in the leu,- ., ""
Hold Fake Teetk
Firmly in Mouth
Oema ehrlek ar twwll and pi.u, -,,
fcse which la e fawU ef lb. HmuTT!
s4trsiloe sf flerig titM mm, m .
-"' lte relU.. rou," ?
aslea the plu. flrsily e.B.rwai
esltlsa. Alee ermooiai Mlb k,,
taeeelass. "s- ,,7"
A few of the l,08 proprietors of ; letters verv skillfully woriled nod .e-
drlnltlnit places In Ml Ixiule arc (tneil In avoid Interference liy'the
poetel aii'horliii h I hey now stale
i enerd nlnii innrlsls and will he
roine rliugglKte; H tew oinere win
'dike up und leHI Others will de.
vote all, Ins'esd of part of their
.i ... ... ii. i
HUM', in ilium' t
A. .1 i n anil, proprietor of what Is j I
considered one of the nioet elaborate , for
thnt ihe frond are In soruge for the
convenlenin of iheir cuKtumers.
which Is t he eoi ine old scheme, camouflaged
I'eople hi-I nlioiit Allot thri pay
oiKgesie the v:gilance i iinunlttee,
cafes In the west; John t'nfferata, I "nd should not espect mine than
mint her widely known i-afe owner, I (hat: ami the owners of iiulniiiMl.llen
and deorge Melshelmer. whose cafe could not reasonably expect lo obtain
for tears has been the gathering more inr ineir money rrom eucn
Two isiH-r stills aclicil by iinintr s nil gowrninriit nffli laN In thr t-unily fiiclorv of Mi Indus olliih. U lllr-
llllt.MIN'ill M Ala March - -Nicholas
I'ollas, ItlrininNtiiim candv
Inaniifact ui er. conceiyrd nun sr
Med Into nerution the Idea of ion
verting machines, commonly used
In the manufacture of rilrmtK. Inln
units for Ihe dlailllatlnu of whleliy
When his operations were iacov.
ered by county and fedeiul officials
RED LEADER SAYS TREATY
WITH ALLIES NOT TRUSTED
lied at preacnt
would makn Ihe
1 1 i! .IMiii
It Is rumorr.l
made us mucti
Ills factory were pro
II bout ,11 ya l.olis ol
e This aioount. val
' tiiiotie,'" prices
la.ly output worth
mis lnreM of manufacture
ttiiouithoui tin, building
the third floor of the
is 7 '.ii il gallons of mash
lh.it Mr full.
as Infill duo i,t
AH!' II AN'IIKI.. Northern llun.
Haturday, MSrch 1 tloveinnr '.Ino
I'leff of i'etrograd, In a recent Npnprh
to the I'etrograd soviet council e
plaining why Ihe bnlshevlkl went
Willing to' attend n conference on
I'rlnrea Islnnda In the Hen of Mar
niora, tn rnpslder a compromise wllh
Ihe allied governments, declared
that any treaty I lie holehevikl made
with the allied powers would he con
sidered a scrap of paper. As uuiileil
In the Northern t ninniiine, the of
ficial organ nf the I'eliugrad soviet,
"We are undertaking Ibis ninv
toward peace with a clear realisa
tion tha In th course of lime this
peace will be profitable to us and
not to our enemies."
Throughout his. speech Zlnnvleff
smphaelsed that the soviet leaders
were not seeking peace with the al
llea because of the military sltuatlun
which In fact, Ii said, was guild
from the holehevikl point of new,
but because the food sltuatlun was
tinm the stills were eei.e.l Whisky !
- " - - i
Walling to Attend
Conference at the
Capital for Mayor
V il. Waning, a ,nect.ir nf tlm j
Producers (State bank who la now '
In Washington, hns been appointed j
to represent Muvor f Hubbard '
ut the conference nf governors and I
mayors to he held n the east room '
of the white house - lod.iy. Mr.
Walling Is now In Washington und i
the appointment nus made bv '!
Mr. Walling was advised In re
port at the registration desk at the
while house at Ip o'clock this
even urn In. The officials at Wash- I
ingion were nsewrse mlvisen or
the iippolntment. Mayor HVihbaril
was forced to decline the Invitation
on account nf the mass nf munici
pal business which necessllutt slits
ptesence In Til Ian.
fi il.l'M HI A, H. IV, March ".' The
Hoti'h Carolina general assembly uf
ler a session of 47 daa ail Join tie. I
Nine ills today.
ut the ,i r :
Mill. III. K m
i il'HT i no weaklcy w. a slate
enai Imeni the Im 1 1,1 1 uK is to be sol,
an, Ihe pri.ceeds divided between
the urii'sting olficers. ihe state and
GREEN RESIGNS RATHER
THAN FIGHT FOR RATES
Hi i Tl IN. Texas. Mirth '.'
I ' nil ! HI, ilea district s.l'ornt John
II 'l.ii i,. Jr . Hund iv 'elegr iphcl li.a
res.-fi i i n to 'reil tit S ilsnu lo
take ffi it Imnii'dliit.'l . Mr. f;r-er.
Ieclsl-.'i lo resign w is piomplcl by
his disinclination ., en opci :re nil I)
nttnrniyi for Ihe Hunt hwerui i n Ti le
graph .ind Telephone comu.i'iv n
the suit hrnught by the city of Hous
ton to restrain the telephone com
pany from enforcing certain local
rates established by Postmaster l!en
'ral t ii r lc son
The ntult which Is nu in federal
court tuts been ( for n henrlnn by
Juilge Joe f, I lull Ins. in, Jr. for
Ml. tireen's telegram of reslgnn
Hon' was sent lo I'resl lent Wilson
Hundiiv nluht following rece'p ol
Instructions from the attorney nen
ersl to co-operate with the tele
phone company's attorneys In the
prosecution of the suit against Ihe
place of theatrical' people, said they
were undecided as to future plans
but expressed hope that "everything
would turn out favorably.
Among well known places that will
use July 1 Is that owned by M. w
' Heron, Internationally famous for He
, t-ordnl, "old southern comfort Tbe
re. ipe was formulate,! by Heron
more tbun 10 years ago and won
. first prlie at the I'arls exposition In
I K j t . In earlier days the drink. In a
' uluss of rainbow colors, was aered
only by Heron, but In recent years
lie has permitted employes to dls-
, penne It.
Many niri saloons long have been
i iinsldered "plague spots" of the
! stain because of law violations. They
have been the rendezvous of gay
nolo parties after the urban cafes
Wutte u few of Ihe rnadhousea have
.not had slate licenses for more than
10 years, operating only on federal
permits as "clubs."
I Ml. lul places mV be "beerles"
several weeks before July 1, In th
. opinion of C. Norman Jones, secre
ItHry and treasurer of the Ht. liils
j Itrewlng association Several of the
'larger breweries have slready gone
"dry." Mr. Jones said ho believed
the others would exhaust their sup
pi I en by June 1.
1 pbnlils Wire Control.
rHIPAHO, Msrch 1 The right of
the federal government to tske con
trol of the wire systems under the
nation's wst1 powers, even those com.
paries In receivership, wns upheld
yesterday In an opinion delivered by
the Illinois appellate court.
No more laay bowels, yellow com
plexion, alck headache, Indigestion,
emharaaslng breath, when you im
us a corrective lr. King's New I.lfe
I'llls. They systematise the system
and keep the world looking cheerful,
WHO DOES the BUYING
FOR YOUR FAMILY?
There is someone in your family who has a bi responsi
Food to buv for the table; clothes for the children and
grown-ups; new household utensils, linen, furniture,
books and all the hundred and one things for which the.
family income is spent.
In must families, one person does the hulk. of the buying.
And it is that person's job to see that the money is well
spent that you all get full value for ever cent that goes0
The success of a family depends on w ise buying just as
the success of a business does.
Wise buying means intelligent buying. It is necessary to
base knowledge of goods, and stores.
The best way to get this knowledge is by reading adver
tisements. They tell you what is new and good. They
' tell you where and when to buy to advantage.
Not only the person who does the buying but every mem
ber of the family should read advertisements. It is the
dutv of all the others to help the one who does the buy
ing by pointing out advertisements of new goods and
giv ing all the information possible as to tastes and styles
Advertisements are published foryour benefit. Make use
of them by reading them.
companies than fiom heir regular
dealers, who awpph them right along
and who do so without an effort to
deceive them In any matinee.
ROAD SECRETARY'S WIFE
DEAD AT OKLAHOMA CITY
iKI.AIInMV i'ITV. March :. !
While Issiiis of the gristtest moment '
to II. A. Slnglriory. manuger of t tie j
f'klahoma loud lloads association,
are being fought out on the floors of
the legislature, .singleiary has been!
siiend'lng ii If his time at tbe bedside
of his wife who died today at he! '
hfme here as a resjilt of complica
tions following ait attack of In
The cire Involves the most tragic
features of tho fight fnr good roadi j
In ( ik lahoniA. . HltiBlctitry has been
devoting all IiIh energies for months j
to the good roads movement. His)
ambitions are bound up In the sue- :
cess nf thii movement which Is spoil j
What a Prominent.Drnggist
Says About Naturized i
Liver Tablet. ,
Hie only HiIiih I see about Nuttir-
Izcd Liver Tablets Is that they do
so much (food until tho customer
don't "have to buy much medicine.
That Is not good for the driigKlNt's
business, but Is good for the cus
tomer. 15c ii nil 35c.
Month of February
Though February it the shortest month in the year
and the markets have been on decline, the tales at
Trad era No. 4 at 105 East First atreet have again
showed a remarkable increase totaling approximately
This further demonstrates that the public appreci
tet the business principles applied at this store which
afford protection to their customers not alone in prices
but' in all that goes with good merchandising.
Traders No. 4
105 East First Street
TO HELP YOU
Turn to this Page for
IT POINTS THE WAY TO ECONOMY WITHOUT
DENYING YOURSELF THE NECESSARIES OF LIFE.
These advertisements are money saving suggestions. Let them help you
It Doesn't Pay
to use a leaky radiator.
Ut us fi it NOW.
XVe save you one-third or
more on recore work.
Auto Radiator St Fender
II. D. CRAVES. I'rop.
106 South Boulder
Office and Ktore
r.. BRANDHOKO. I'rop.
306 S. Frankfort
Home Cooking, Popular
Prices. New, Clean,
Six Cafeterias Two in
307 South Cincinnati
122 West Third
New England Cafeteria
Home Cooking, Popular Prices, New, Clean, Up-to-date.
Six Cafeterias Two in Tulsa
307 South Cincinnati
122 West Third
Real ) Bayard
Furniture "J1" :C0,
T , 21N.Main
V allieS j Phone - 4689
Wmtm For XJM
Beautiful and Exclusive
at reasonable prices
It pays lo trade with
THtSTASlIiON SHOP, TALIORS
Southeast Cornei Second and Main
i. F-tlhT, lni.
110 on Suit or Orerroat minis to -nl"f 'r
men and youiiK men, $17.50 to $0. Hntlsfactlon guaranteed, m"-"
tailors union label. ,
I-adlra' Suits strictly made to measure and tn your order as
ihem: a-usrantee a perfect fit, and nil conts lined with Hkinner i
t.u ... U.111 w, , i n,i,niv. IMesnloir. urcsstntf iir,i
fittins;. I'rlces rlpht.