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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1020
MADE NO FURTHER
OPEN SHOP MOVES
Chamber of Commerce
Directors Heard Dis
closures on Probe.
WARREN HAS RESIGNED
Hotel ami Restaurant Keepers
Join Open Shop Advo
cates; Hike Wages.
IVther nrUon In regard t the
formation of the first chapter. Pa
triotic Friends of I.alor, wna not an
nounced at tin- meeting of the illt ce
tera of hamtirr of conunerco of
uIm m i rdav noon at the Hotel
Tiilfi '' !' Wells, president of tin
iimIj f iTineil Hotel ami Ilcitnurnnt
Krfl'or.t ..nocutlon of Tuls.i, un
nounoi"! the co-operation of that
uod ii t'"- nVcn "hop canipalRn. All
of th m inherit of tho nmuulatlon.
Mr WiN 8.1 nl. are already operating
Iinder tin ope" hop plan, ftlthoURh
In nrn 'f employing union men
for i.rt.i.n work aloni,' with lion-
iri I Marshall, city attorney,
r&f a r mi'w of tho jrius situation
,nd tnlil of htH cxperlenco at the
Okl.ih' ma City conference, Inst week.
He said that a Ketiural discussion
took rice all cr Iho Btato ami out
lini'd the work of tho Mute-wide
comn litre, of heven of which ho is a
member Action has buen delayed
with rec.ird to probing tho bus sup
ply, it wus stated, tnulnly hecauso of
a conforenco In Washington January
H and 16, between various gnu pro
dur' rs alt over tho country, Othur
ruiaona for delay worn tho flnnnclng
of tho rommlttco's Investigators, tho
t'nltcd Stales bureau of mines (lav
ing offered tho service of an expert
rnclnecr providing tho comnilttco
financed the investigation.
All gas bills which nro believed to
he included under tho less than four
ounces pritwiro decree, should ho
discounted hy tho Rns company bo
fore January 23. unless it Is proved
that the recording gauges showed
more than tho minimum pressure
considered 100 per cent service, Mr.
A. 1. Farmer, chairman of the
chamber of contmerco special gas
Iniri'.igjtlon committee, also eluci
dated details of tho local situation,
In't niUng that 1m had conferred
with officials of tho gtis company In
efforts to learn tho notion helng
taken in regard to more gas during
the -winter months ns well ns con
servative measures for tho summer,
lie asserted that his information was
to the effect that tno Oklahoma
Natural (ias company could have at
ono time procured an additional sup
ply of gas for the city of Tulsa
amounting to about 2ri,000,000 feet,
but that another purchasing agency
wis morn active in securing gas con
tracts and succeeded In diverting cer
tain fields to Kansas and Missouri.
Announcement was mado that O.
K, Warren had resigned from tho
ROHHIIT ir ttituvu
left yesterday for .loplln, Mo., where
ho will spend tho week-end.
tho American National bank, of 8a.
(mini, ami prominent on prodecer,
Is a visitor In the city today.
W. II KHYS, vlco president of tho'
Hank of Commerce of Hapulp.i, vis
Itcd Tulsa yesterday.
W. M IIAtfl.Hl ..I-.-
tho Union National Imnk, returned
jcHicruuy rrom .Muskogee.
Till.' nrmtt iii ii. i..
,,t,u,ii. .t,iritt(,j lllvt'illlK
of the K. A. C. club for recreation
and lilhlo study was held In tho rluh
iuuiiis jnursuay anernoon.
MIHS KATHKItlNI! OOODSKNK,
millinery buyer for the Hunt com
pany. Is now in New York buy.ng
stocks for onrly spring.
MISS KLLA M. IIHHD, rnady-tn-wonr
buyer for the Hunt company,
loft Saturday for New York to se
lect eary spring merchandise.
(' W. HUNHIMCT, vice president
of the Flint. Nntlonil bank, tetttrncd
homo yesterday from n business trip
to Wichita. Totieka and Kansas
Kit A.VIC U. WALLINC, attorney,
returned to tho city yeilerday from
nn extensive, hunlness trip to I.os
Angeles and o.ther westorn coast
POST CAItl) pictures of the Y. W.
rrvm Mnul 11 ,i u-IM. Ifu ..., i ...... r I ,,u
nro helng mado for distribution In
uio -gym ciatses.
I.. H. JACKSON, lice prs.dent of
It improves a poor complexion and
prcierrcj a good one, so that you need
no arti&cul neant to enhance your at
ttJctiToien, At the first sTn cf stin irritation, of
i blotch or a pimple, itchint or burning,
apply Resinol Ointment, and see if it
ioejn't brine prompt relief. It con
taint harmless, soothing balsams, and
ii to nearly firsh colored tliat it may be
oitd on exposed surfaces without at
tractmj undue attention.
Yam ia&tt tlU It.
nrhltratlon board of the chamber of
commerce because of disagreement
on tho open shop policy which has
been adopted. The nominating com
mittee was asked to meet directly
following tho Adjournment of tho
directors, but announced later that
tho complete list of nominations was
not completed and would be an
nounced ewirly next week. A com
munication from Superintendent IJ.
15. Ohcrholtzer of tho city schools an
nounced tho speaking engagement of
Kdward II. Griggs, which was tlo
clared to ho a most remarkable edu
Increase of salaries for tho em
ployes of tho chamber were approved
by the directors Announcement was
made that Mish Anne Morgan would
address tlte meeting next Friday
KEEP URIC ACID '
OUT OF JOINTS
Tells Rheumatism Suf
ferers to Eat Less
Meat and Take Salts.
('. ! IVAl.TI'll vl.. I, l, ,,f
the t'nlon National bank, spent oi-
"vinj in vjKianuma city on oust
MOTinvu n,i ...... . .i..
licarlni- w it I,.. h.i,r,i i,v i.
J. Martin in superior court next
WOMI-TV MMIMIVI-U t,t ir.(..
State and Ohio Cities oil companies
had luncheon together Friday noon
at tho V. W. cafeteria.
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Jl'DfTll? MniniLMi.M ii .'c, ...
tho law firm of Sto're, 'Thorndke,
u.mri . kiiiiko or .-ew vorK arm
Iloston. extirtM tt ,.n..tf,i..l
arrived in Tulsa yesterday morning.
I'HTITIO.VH for divorce were filed
ty the following plaintiffs In dis
trict court v.kinp.tv L.-..1H.. i.-n
against Irwin Kile, Catherine Con-
'"j "(iuiii.ii auer i.onvory.
I. CM Cl.tvrnv i.i. .
the Union Nntlnn'tl hank, returned
llDIIIII liHt.rrlnf ,.wt-nl...
weeks Btny In Kansas Cllv Hn was
accompanied by Mrs. Clinton.
MIKH AMCC M. AI.I.KN, head of
the V. AV. phslcal editcatloii depart
ment. tlllL'twt If, ,.,,. In.. Au . L...,..t
Halliburton's Thursday evening on
mo unio ot gymnastic tralulng
STtTDM.N."!' VtMliJI.'vl t, I,..
municipal hospital had their first les
son In illotcllrs at the y, Thurn
day night under Mrs Cromlnut.
county borne detnotiHttator.
MltR. f'ltWK A 1IASK Cl.I, a
member of the Y W .want who Is
loavlng the city shortly, was the
uest of tumor at a luncheon given
by tho hoard members Thursday at
1 o cluck
M I'M HP.ItS OF t, y secre
tarial stuff complimented Miss Mabel
1'. Ituusor, retiring assistant In the
cafeteria, with a line parly, followed
hy u supper, Filday evening.
jrnun joiin coffman. spccihi
JtldKo Rlttlng In district court, left
yesterday for his homo In Holden
VMI. lie will teturn to Tulsa Mon
day and conllutie the civil trial
docket at which he has hwui pre
siding for (he past tvwi weeks.
(1A1INHU.A Hl'llTON, nero
woman charged with shunting l.r.m
Dtincan, a negro living Hi JM North
Kxnter memic. m November 10. was
discharged yesterday at tho opotilng
of her ptellmltiary hearing when
tho prosecuting witness failed In ap
pear In court to testify against her.
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AHPKMP.MK.NTH of personal prop
erty In Tulsa county, which begun
Januury 15 before the enmity as
cossor, will be continued to April 1
without pennllv. After that lime,
owners of personal properly not re
ported for assessment, me liable to
penalty of 60 per cent of the en
M,ltltl.(!i: licence wore granted
yesterday to the follow Inat bv tho
clerk of county court: Hay Forrest,
r,. uriil l.ulia MiirgHtt. IS, llioken
Arrow, 11 H. Williams. ?2, Tulm
and Francis Smltti, DephoH, Kan ;
Claude (J Wentwurth, HI, Aikanai
City, Kan . and tltacc M Allen, 21,
Wlnrielil. Kan . Frank V. Juiiioh, 'I,
and Anita V McUiothlln. 20. Tulm.
'. S l'nwell. 2fi ond Yoiia M 1'owelt,
in Tuts.t I,. K Wimore. 32. Ard
more am. Until I'roini'll 1'J. Si
Ixnils, Herman Travis, and l'll.i
DHCItHKH of divoriK were
gruuted to tho following esterdiy In
district and superior court: Matldn
Tinker ngalnst Thotnus J. Tinker:
Mabelle Vlckrrs n mi I list Jack 'U'k
rs; Veltun Ford against ,lm k Ford,
Ilertbu Watson ilgalnsl Thomas O
Watson: N J Itanks agulnst Minnie
Hanks, Helen Williams against Wtl
Sunday forum Y M. C K , i SO p
m. Conrad Hoffman, American d
reel fin'ii flerniany Advt.
Itohert A MiHIrtiey, funeral di
rector I'lione 4ri0-l!)l 912 South
I Main Advt.
For Chapped, Itoii(h,
lied or Hlotclui Skin
Ki tnu relit, that ju.l t.rnralh thai
round, rouih or iliiolorJ rumple lion
Iliere'H nn etr)ili.lely beautiful akin of
ymilbful tint ami ileliearyf If roil roulil
enlv tirlnr Ihl rttipletnn to thr anrf ace,
itlaranllnf the ol.l ono' Yell ran 111 III
eaaleal. atmple.t moat tialilrat manner
ItnaclnaMe -lu.t fet an oiinee nt ordinary
morertltted wai at any time atnrr, appty
nlchlly UVe eelil eream reimntnir It iiMirn
hiitr lth vsartn water 1 tin wai aamala
Nature I,, craibiallv taklnr off the linger
Inr partk'le tt ili-ml and halt dead anr
fa-i sk In i anainr. no dlaiNimfort hal.ar
Ottaneoile ilt-tecta liVe rhapa, plmptea,
Motrtiea liver apota, moth patehea freeklea
nf rourae iltKPear wilti the old akin
N'nllitir elae lll areomphah ancli wonder
ful remilla in ihi ahorl a Itniri - Idvt
Ithoumatlsm Is easier to avoid
than to cure, states a well known
authority. We aro advised t dress
warmly; keep tho foot dry; avoid
exposure; eat lew meat, but drink
plenty of good water.
llhcumatlsm is a direct result of
eating too much meat and other
rich foods that produce uric acid
which Ls absorbed into tho blood. It
is tho function of tho kidneys to
filter this acid from tho blood and
cast It out in tho urlno; tho pores
of the skin nro also a means of free
ing tho blood of this Impurity. In
damp and chilly cold weather thu
skin pores aro closed thus forcing
tho kidneys to doulila work, they
become weak and sluggish and fall
to chmlnato the uric acid which
keeps accumulating and circulating
through the system, eventually fet
tling In the Joints and muscles caus
ing stiffness, soreness and pain
At the first twinge of rheumatism
get from any pharmacy Snout four
ounces of Jad Sails; put a table
spoonful In a glass of water and
drink It before breakfast each morn
ing for a week. This Is said to elim
inate ttrlc ad, hy stimulating the
kidneys to normal action, thus rid
ding tl.e blood of theso Impurities
Jail Salts Is Inexpanslvu. harm
less and Is made from the ncld of
grapes and lemon juice, comhlned
with llthl.i and is used with excellent
results by thousands of folks who
are subject to rheumatism. Here
you have a pleasan'. effervescent
lithia-water drink which helps over
come uric field and Is beneficial to
your kldnevs as well Advt.
Build Up Your Library of Player
We have listed below both the newest hits in Janu
ary Kolls and some of the old standard selections that
n''lvo stood the test of time; much loved melodies that
snould be in every Player Piano Roll Library.
NEW JANUARY ROLLS
all tin Qiakm A,, (pu,,
W'lm (f0j itli) ii
seautjr-ii Kmmn Nit lit
'tui, i r,
''an.. iw liUltttm
Hal', i si Jl
HOIK ,(! tnil, II JJ.
Pirdintlla (fn trot) II 111.
Harem Life (oriental foi trot)
Kiratin (for trot II :
Mr UJ'Ht ((oi trot. II. 31.
1'atibM (foi tret). SI
Svme rrji otrl "Jutt a
Mini,:., - II :i.
Scmetlira Vmi'll try to Hr-
m.ifih.r (for troll. II 00.
Tell Ma (ful fill, II 25
Tliat Wond-rtiiI Md J'roin
Th.-e'i a Irt ot Blue fyrd
Ma-)a Nb U Marylaod.
ninUai (for troll. It.
STANDARD MUCH-LOVED SELECTIONS
Btll.,. i. .. ...
lU.H. . "I"
Aiur; (bi Uit Btosiiim, II.
lieraiue. it 00.
Llttli Gray Hose In tb Ht,
Jutt a-ltrarytni for foa, II.
f'of paten, II
At paanlnK. ttdi.
Iltart Buved Coin. II
Clnda U4, II.
A ITttty (ilrl Ii Like a
I Iit Yon Jmt the Same,
bant Adeline, It
telle U'4 Kit. II
Satiation I.aali ' Mice, 60c
By Mail Postpaid, 3c Extra
Wo hare, , special Mother
fi"ov Illumes- for tho kid-
''K I Humes to tho roll ami
' dlffervtit rolN. AImi finmo
(all f,r iixlto for free
117 SOUTH MAIN
A. J. CHIl'i:, Mgr.
Five Successful Days of Brisk Selling
Has Marked the Annual Clearance Sale
on Women's High Grade Footwear.
Our alockx arc still complete and we can, without hesitation,
Promise the women who shop at the Walk-Over Todau,
Footwear bargains that arc unequalcd.
STYLE iXO. :ili7
Dark gran kid walking boot,
Cuban heel, flexible sole. A
veru suitable boot for thoae who
cannot wear high heels and
want a drcssg shoe. (JQ Aff
$13.50 value tJJO.ie)
STYLE NO. 5155. .
Dark brown vamp with beaver
kid top, walking boot, inilitarg
heel, flexible, wells; a $15
STYLE NO. 5191.
Dark brown kid lace bout;
light, flexible sole, high leather
Louis heel. $111.50
value for . . .
STYLE NO. 6150.
lilack glazed kid street boot;
with Cuban heel; imitation lip.
STYLE NO. 1002.
White, washable kid lace boot;
turn note, high covered French
hnl; $10 . $11 HP
value PJL. I t)
STYLE NO. 1652.
Nine-inch lace boat with a pat
ent vamp and beaver brown
top, turn sole, high French
heel. $16,50 (jjlrt rrr
STYLE NO. 6148.
lilack glazed kid, welt sole,
high leather Iahiih heel, imita
tion tip; $12
.ST )'.; N(J. 1500.
lilack suede lace boot, nine. inch
top, hand-worked silk egelets,
turn sole, covereil French Louis
STYLE NO. 1501.
Castor grag suede lace boot,
turn or well sole, covered
French heel. A verg suitable
boot far spring" wear; $16
STYLE NO. 511)0.
Dark brown calf walking boot;
flexible soJe; a practical boot
for street wear. (T-J f A r
$12.50 value . . . . tPlUJrO
STYLE NO. 15,01.
lilack satin Ipce boot; satin cut
on the bias to prevent splitting;
hand-worked silk egelets, a real
drcssg boot. A Or
$17.50 value . . . . f)l.iaO
STYLE NO. 5001.
Light grag kid lace boot; turn
sole, French heel. A verg suit
able spring boot, (T-j f rrp
$16.50 value tpJLU. I D
STYLE NO. 1507.
Patent kid vamp with black
satin lop in a nine-inch luce
boot; turn soJe, high French
r.5':; r.".'"".. $10.75
STYLE NO. 5000.
Dark grag kid lace boot; turn
heel. $15 value
sole, high French (TQ Hp
413 SOUTH MAIN
r !.rv. s? . ' .
tIR aJoi.ll. HI-:.. M)(V .lie C..al. V . .
415 South Main
The Supreme Suit
Value of the Year
This is undoubtedly the
greatest Suit offuriiiK "f
this or any oilier season.
We take ureal pride in
statiiiK that we have al
ways L'h'en the utmost in
quality, style and value
but this Suit special tor
Saturday is the most at
tractive example of Thrift
Tulsa women have ever had. , The
Suits are priced $!!). ."i0(.
A Ki'oup of really hand
some Suits made of the
very befct materials and fur
IriiiiiiiiiiKH, placed on sale
tomorrow at a great sav
in";. Many Suits in this col
lection formerly sold for
up lo $ir7.r0 and you will
consider them the very
finest you have ever seen. Priced to-
morriTw only at $lt).r0.
Q A f Of ALL WOMEN'S
3jLsE1j Winter Wearing A pparel
PRICED FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY ONLY AT LESS THAN COST
' IN MANY, INSTANCES
Wo have arranged .special reductions on all remaining women's winter
apparel, for a final two days' sale. In several of the lots there are only three
or four garments but every item represents a saving of 55"" to G5. Take
advantage of these special offerings early, as when one item is sold it can
One Lot of 12 only. Hl.i-n ID
tu 10, well nitiile Miid i mli
of piilln, Kcru" mill trlcntni'
n'KUl.ir price 3.'i it ml 112
line Lot of five only. Size
IH to 3h; nicely trlliltlteil nml
well made, In following mi
lerlnH: Kerned, trlcotlm- ninl
HllverloneH; rcjtulur prlic H
one Lot of three only Hi-k
38, 40 find H. Maleiliil.i
aorffes iinil trlcotlne. Tin n
were nnr lieot vHlllon dm lux
tlio neasun ut 7& and t'JU
Choice of any hat in the
store, today and .Mon
One lot of two only;
both of serge; sizes 1(5
and 18; regular ?X
one Lot 11 f 11 only ItepreHentlnr; nil nlze tind
rolnm, Muterlul.i of li.isket wve, velour anil
liroiiilelntli: well niailn unit
nicely trimmed with fur n
hi it inati'i lain; regular iri e
ttu anil (17.50
One .nt of 8 only All nf
iilusli or lirimilololli, oxeep
llixiiilly well niiulc; llii'fie
wire excellent l'lllcn lit the
ngiilnr prlco of tSK nml JUj
line Lot n! .1 only. Two ullver
inni'H mid ono velour. Ilciu
Mfully lined with Hllk or
na I In, rlcltly trimmed; well
worth the ri'Kiilar price of
$7.'. mid Jdj
One Iot of 0 only. MMnrluW of tirnmlt uli and
velour, Honiu trlmmud with ijenmi.e h. ii '
lieiiutlfitlly lvli;notl u n d
trlniuied with fur or nclf inn
leiinln. Tills lot reprcHentii
nmtH Intended to Hell at 1100
line Lot of 7 only. Slzog 10
to 3K, ninterlaU Hereon, trlcn
tines nml paillette; nicely
trimmed nnd dctilitncd; nn
uiar prices J40 and 147.50
One lot of six only; sizes lti to :J8; materials of serge and tricotine,
jersey and paulettc. This lot represents dresses fashionable enough
for any occasion; regular $Gi and ?8f values
Parisian Sample Rooms
UPSTAIRS OVER WOOLWORTH'S 320"2 SOUTH MAIN STREET