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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1020
4LC0HOL IS NOT
GOOD FOR hLU
Dr Lewis Warns People
Not to Drink Any In-
inscriptions Can .Only Be
Issued by i;ocior nU
Have I. R. License.
... niofUKJ Tnu FUt Wir.
' oKUHOMA CITY, Jan. 27.-
... . n stato health com-
. ... ..,,1 in. scouts tho Idea
iVtl.'nb. are more llkoly to sue-
, iroj tr tney an--..,.
Z " ,,-llove there Is no
.M"", Vklrt. In lif.
r.f.lcinai - . , . : .
''.riuthor.rns refute to give out
fral I. .1-fMil.l nri-fUn n. had
"W.ion'for this state and would
compll'h no good.'
Ill H10 lu" '"
,n the wane-. ,
Any tn)'c'" i,u"' f""".'
'om for whisky must havo taken
it a 11.000 license wnn mo iniorimi
nimue department. In nn upinldn
. u I. nnnfnrr ni. tulth
Ws. t'nitel States marshal hero to
Mtrmlne what tho law provides.
A new court order scttlwr nsldo
UW KOerillHK lnii"i ..m,'.;i.
Jon In Oklahoma for "flu" patients
t,l probably ho applied for when
he federal court convene. V. K.
luadall, fnltcd .States attorney for
. western district of Oklnhoma,
United states aiarsnai .-soweii ue-
ueu iuuiij .in ..urn,, ..w wm. ....
lKUVv nnHpr nresent conditions, lie
,. .. ..... .....i.t... i. i.. .Ing
ram VITJ mue nmnnj u. ill ...a-
ic.vlon of the marshal's offico now.
Deiul .Miners Art! Hurled.
I n.'iil ui Th. World.
I HKNI.VhTTA Jan. 27. Tho fun.
! of Thomas Thompson, and (5ar--.er
Croy victims of electrocution In
Whitehead coal mino .No. 2 Satuixlay,
occurred today, tho bodied being fol.
Imeil to .he cemetery hy almost the
entire lab r orginlzation and a ma
im. )rny (i. m uumiiv.n .'tvn.viiii ail-
I'Mt.gatlon Into the cause of tho nccl
ile it H being made.
ADA. Inn .7 I........ f ...i.
1 " ....... t,..j I . 1 VJ ' ,111.1
nlurf- hnm Iurn nntutlirfi.) fn.1..H.f ...
forCemeiit officer for th' district.
ne ana airmoy Martci raiding."
Munlelpal bondo amouiftlnR to Jl'80,-
nfllt fir firrrftm ti unu'ti... itla..nt.1
plant at Knid wt apprivtvl today
uy aiuj nnorncy KencruiH oilUf.
ntrt.AtiriMA i'itv ion i
Clovcrnor Itolwrtwon oln.v iionored
a.renulsUltm from tho trovcrnor of
Ar:nnsa for tho return to linn, place
of Vharlcs Smith, nirw Jiold I" Mus.
r....'.-, III N.III1U mi u ciuirKQ U(
.COVIXOTON, Jan. 27 Work Is
UeliiB ptisliett here, on tho elec-trlo
'hlKh" Hno from I5trid. rower and
lights will bo turnrsl on In ti few
weeks. Tho new (7S.000.00 newer
and waterworks' systems uro hclnc
Slf.WVNUH, Jon 27 The Knlphts
Templar of Shawnee ie eiteKalnlnr
I'Ved JI. Ciivrk of 1)1 lteno. irrand
commander of the atat.i of Oklaho.
ma and other (date officers tonlRht
In ono of tho blgRo-U commandery
meetrnirs ovxir held In this Hcctlon of
the stale. All threo deKrecfl nro bo-
GOVERNOR IS 'ANGRY
ltobcrtMon .Mny Soon Uifldo toWado
Into C'rltliTt, llsp-'lally t'amii.
vOK'IAHOM.V CITY. Jan. 27
Schedule for tho ntwcfnncnt of.putu
lie utility and pipe line compitilus
In 1920 will be adoptiM by tho Hlatc
board of equalisation nt a nieetlnit
nt 10 o'clock tomorrow moniSnK.
Krank C. Oirter. ntato auditor said
lorrlcht. AlthouRh It will ho bawMl
In tho main on lnnt year's schedule,
Important rnvdlticntlona and cluuiges
AN OIL WORKER IS KILLED
Hull Wheel on Derrick Ilroaks Calls
Inc Dinilh of U-hIs llleUs.
SlIAMItOCK. Jan. 27. Lewis
Illeks. an oil field worker for the
Olllllaiid Oil company, near nere,
was fatally hurt at 11 a. m. today
when tho bull wheel on n derrick
broko knocklns hint some distance
from the well. Ha was Picked up un
conscious. dylnK nn hour later. He
Kiifortvim-ui Officer Nnnnil.
WASIUNCTOX, Jan. 27. Com
missioner Itoper today announced
tho appointment of Jesso aohnson of
New Orleans as federal prohibition
director for Louisiana,
Piles Cuml In 0 to II Days
DruEKlsts refund money If l'AV.O
OINTMUNT falls to cure Itching.
Hllnd, HleedinR or Protruding Piles.
Stops Irritation; Soothes and Heals.
You can Ret restful sleep after the
first application, Prlco 60c. Advt.
OKI.AHOMA CITY, Jan. 27
Oovernor llobertson seems to lie
about ready to fight hack In earnest
npalnst his critics. Corporation Com
missioner Campbell ltusKcll and
Htato Auditor Krank Carter. Ittisscll
hns criticized his pardon and parolo
aim i-arter ms expenditures.
The Rcvernor was debating the
matter today. "I'm afraid tho time
is comlni; soon when I'll havo to
let other business ko awhllo and rIvo
my attention to these fellows." ho
said. "A lot of peopto miRht Ret a
falw Impression if I don't dofend
mjself from their, attacks, If I start
In. I'll ro after them In earnest."
The Rovernor said ho disliked to
rnnlv ,. 1.1. ..rl,ln t.n,...BA t.A
notoriety of kicking up it row in of
ficial circles or of maklnR thn'
flames of discord leap higher, "Vodi
don't nerd to explain to your,
friends," ho rem.irkod, "and Itj
doesn't do much good to explain to,
"Thero aro Indications, however,!
that pressure Is being brought to'
perstmilo Itobertson to. tnko the field
enorfietlcnlly iiRainst his opponents
for the information of people who
aro opon to conviction on ellher side?.
TViwlirrs Not i;xriiiiUil.
3pocll to Tho World,
OKUMIO.MA CITY, Jan. :7.
School teachers of Oklahoma aro
vnot exompt from paying tho stato
incomo tax. bucii was tho opinion
rendered here today by Attorney
(Jeneral H. Prince lVeellng on tho
request of profesiors of the stato
Ask for Whisk to
Cure Sudden Illness
liy Aioflle.l rr&u 8tf Wire.
.MI.KKOCJKIC, Jan. 27 Influcn
rn Htifferera "inrulo a run" on tho
United States marshal's offlco tu
day in o,uesl of whisky. Some had
doctors' prescription, nml otheis
had a hollow courIi. In nddlllAn
to r.O calls at the office thero were
100 more 'telephone calls.
"I havo no legal authority to
Isjuo Vhlsky rations," H.ibl .Mar
sha! V. A. Knloe. "nnit furthermore
we havo no whisky on hand. Might
lot you havo a Uttlo lemon ex
tract, patent mwllciiio or spirits of
KoOcral offleem in this part of
the slnto have nolzed no whtsky for
Co days. Nrnie Is being brought in,
tbev 'ay The Mtock on hand con
rints of patent modlelne and n few
quarts of "moonsmlno."
Quit to Accept Same
Job for Higher Wages
Dr AtMCitlnd 'rv flute Wire. :
OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 27.
IilKiippointmcnKw-.ii'iH coun' y com-ml-w-onerK
who reslirii In the hope
of belnir namil tlielr own miccvM
01 In onler by that means to get
Increiifn-d salary provided hy tho
lnct lcirllaturo, Oovernor Hoherl
mni lnformtNl nn Inquiring coiu
inlsfioner In n lottnr written today.
Tho ponimltwionor askl the gov
ernor if he might not oviule tho
provisions of the law (miking tho
lncrui Inoperatlin for commls
eilontrs then in office by resigning
and being reippoaitod. Itcingna
tlotn will b iiocepliM In g-ooil
fnlth, tl govrrnor deCnred, and
In no msn will men resigning bo
placed again In their old offices
FIRE DESTROYS A HOTEL
rirranrti JYcwnt 1'Iujiioh lYom
Sprtviillng to Adjacent Ilulldlugs.
(.peel! to Th World,
SIlAMIlOClf, .Inn. 27 Tho Cnrr
hotel, thn oldest hostelry here, was
destroyed by firo of unknown origin
IIiIh afternoon. Tho building was a
masj of flamns leforo It wan ills
covered ami Uttlo property was
Tho firemen were unablo to savo
tho structuro so confined their ener
gies to protecting adjoining resi
dences and buildings. Tho loss is
lloinvr Ih Dead.
VOIIV WOItTH, Texas. Jan, 27
J. T. Voss, who owned Nashville's
first atreet railway line, a horsn car
fO'stem, built the first street steam
lino In Mnron and tho firm electric
lino in Athens, (la., and managed
Atlanta's cleclrlo system In 1S93,
died hero today. He w.is 72 years
old and tamo to Texas 20 cnrn ro
to establish elcctrlo street car lines.
TO VOTE ON ANEW CHARTER
Niui.l'nrtUiM election to lie Held at
.MtitXngu' rebiiiary 'it,
Hy Ariit,-I I"rr Ktnle Woe
Ml'SKOOLi:. Jan. 27 - Mus
kogee's proposed charier which
would glo to tho city a manager
and a strictly non.partls.in primary
ami election will be submitted to
tho voters, tho city rouncll decided
todsy. Tho olc.il.m will bo held
Hlmut February 24, v Mayor V. It
'Iho charter In tho form In which
It will bo presented to tho people
was perfected only after a long po
luteal contest As finally drawn It
forbids the use of any party emblem
or designation on tho ballots and Un
entitled, to bo compnsnd of Ki mem
bers mid a mavor. serve without imv
Their duties, under tho charter, will
bo purely legislate e.
Iliilld Itoml to Itaiuoiin.
llT Aom-uimI l'ri HI mo irr
OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan. 27. -tilde
for the construction of seven
miles of road In Washington county
extending south from llarllisvlllo to.
ward Itamoua will bo asked within
IH ilnjs, Henry Wood, state khiiiii s
sinner of hliihwnts, call) today.
Doing Her Kit
"More llinn a year ago 1 look a
couttvo of Mayr's Wonderful llomedy
for gall stones, siuere colic mid
stomach trouble and havo been en
tirely well over since. I have rocoiii
mended it to ninny other Uomiuli
suffeiers, as I felt It was my duty
to till them Just how much good It
ban done me." It Is a simple, harm
less preparation that lemuves the
catarrhal niurus from the Intesti
nal tract and allays the Inflamma
tion which eaiihcs practically all
stomach, liver and Ittti-stlmil nll
ments, lneluiliig a ppeudli-llls One
doso will convince or, iiioih- re
funded. At all druggists Advt
Wusiimgton ro nil on.. Moni-rs
nnd r. i res- n'ativi i f Un I ji l , t
vlllo i bambi r ..f ..niniei. e eon
ferred t"d.v w th tin Ii.rIivv.iv r un
mmu-nt-i' and uoverimr It -i rioti
comernlng the io.nl Tlo-v airinl t
pay for at least seven miles of rnsil.
even It the $200,000 appropriated
already by federal and comity gov
erntiieuU should pi ova liisiifi li lent
for that long n stretch.
Oinl Ciiiiiian,v N Pnilltcrr.
llr Aontlnlrd ITim Hints Wire
OKLAHOMA CITY. J.m ??
Tho A. M lii bolt i mil iV Lumber
Co, today enleted a lib H of tint
go Hy In the poll c tmirt tj a ihnrg
f p ofiirirlug In coal, filed bv
Samiirl K ng. a gro er. who allege I
the (ompany had c harged him ,'!i
for zit pounds of coal. Tho com
plaint was innile undei a city ordi
nance prohibiting profiteering Th
rnse wns set for hearing noxt 'I'liuts
I t lici'Mng I'M Iho Census.
I Bpfl! t,i Tl. Verld.
j IlK.S'ltYirri'A, Juti. 27 Tile
i liatnber of commerce not being ml
Hfied with the loutit made by t'ic
1 1'liuiiieiatoi-s, have tnndo cMinpbiln'
NAME "BAYER" ON
Take tablets only as told in each "I3tiyer" package.
i HuperviiLr Leonard Login of III i
Mrli t v .th tho res lit Uy' ho hm
teturnnl alt if the reports sent 111 b'
no of the (ti'iv.issr-is, with InstrtK
ton to do the work oyer Ho ale )
'life that he will plaeo new enume
rators her, and asks that tho secre
tary of the chamber of commerco
iHiiutt m solioollng theno enumera
tors. White Star Cafe
Try our homo cooked meals end
I'lrst North .Main
Edwin Clapp shoes satisfy
99 of the men in Tulsa
NINETY-NINE men of every hundred who come here for Rood
shoes want Edwin Clapp shoes and Bay so without any hesi
tation. This isn't any new thinp, either. It has been the same since
wc first had these fine shoes. Could wtj say anything stronger about
their style, quality and fit than that? Prices arc 18 up.
FOR THE hundredth man, who doesn't want to pay quite so
much, we have mighty good shoes from less well knoA-n
makers. Shoes that are stylish, easy fitting and good for long
service. Some at $10; others a trifle more.
I SViVVfcd.axu T -
(lit lAll. li Ik. In.l,
wpM, trm tr etliH Itiklnl
ii eiituti. tr, i 7-rt iu
-,7-5 J t. 11J S.I1II Mill
CHICHESTER S PILLS
J-VV .THE tilliiu.-tr. niUHn.
yi'lft A.ki-.pllr.-jl.tfj, .
L - ... HC1MIM,V
T.V- "" ll Bl RlbtoM. 'X
tin ' cilU irVji.TEn
-.AUK.lll IIOAMO l'ILI.ILII
W PTOSIS EVERYWHEJg
1 . . -
REWARD 1 R!!!f5
There's one right wiy to peecUIjr ton
up trie nr na sccjj
the dowcis rcsuior.
that there Is
good for bib
I CARTER S
I PI LI
low, pimply ekln. Purely vcgtuble.
LSnall mi-SBullD Small Price
DR. CARTER'S IRON riLLS, Na ture'
ftreat nerve and blood tonic for
Anemia, RbesmatUst, Ncrre-tuacs.
SleepSesflieca and Female WeakseM.
Hamlin's Wizard Oil a Bailable,
Durinc influent epidemics ipraj
the nose and throat aeveral times a
day with one part Wizard Oil and
two parts water, using an atomizer.
If you haven't an atomirer, garele
the throat and snuff the mixture up
the nose. This treatment sets up an
antiseptic wall of defense against
Chest colds and sore throat lead
to crip. Stop them at. once with
Wizard Oil before they can develop
into dangerous influenza.
Get it from druggists for 30c If
not satisfied, return the bottle and
get your money back.
Ever constipated or have sick head
ache? Just try Wizard Liver Whips,
pleasant little pink pills, 30c at drug.
f t00J .will.". Mi MM Amfm
I'M., muum-1 O. s.i ,,a0
ACMC CHIMKAl MfCl uu
"Hosier Tablets of Aplilu" to bo
genuine must be marked with tho
"llnyer cross." Just like mr chsck
must hiive your signature.
AlwavH look for Iho "llnyer Cross."
Then you .ire gi-.ting genuine Afplrln
pri scribed by phvslilans lor ovor IS
III the ' llnvet ' package tire safe
nnd propi r dliei iihiih for Cohls,
llenihirhe, Toolhnihe. Manirhe,
N'eunilglii, Luiiibngo, Itheiiiuatlsm,
Nourllls, Joint I'alns, and l'alu gen
Handy tin boxin of twelvo tablets
cost but a few cents OrilKKlsts alio
soli larger "llnyer" packages A .
i il.- l ,.,., .. lliii..r
1 ili in 1 mi' ,...'.- .in .iiv ...
I .Maniifiictiiro of Muiioiiret ca. blesto!-
I of riallcjiiooe.iii - auvi
j H Hi 9 nt
duois aim lYien s onoes i
Every Shoe in our entire stock has been marked down at less than we could possibly
replace them at the present market prices. Our shoe department has always been
known for the extreme quality and lowness dt price. To make room for our incoming
spring stock we offer unrestricted, a 10rr. discount from the prices quoted in this ad
vertisement, as well as some that wc have not mentioned.
.Queen Quality Shoes
The Choice of Women Who
Are of Discriminating Taste
!!lack Aster Kid Hoot with medium
Cuban heel a splendidly (I'lA ftft
built .hoo tDlU.Ul
Itlnnk OHteotarK.il Kid limit with Iwiuls
heel and mado especially fur tired and
soru feel. A remarkable
White Vanity Kid Hoot with high heel
and a styllfh, good-looking (T- jj (f
shoe nt UiO. UU
Kleld Mouso Casoado Kid llo.it with
Light Clruy Shoe, kill vamp, (IQ CA
cloth top and high heel, at... tDO.OU
Dark Oray Cascuulo Kid Shun with high
heel. A stylish shoo that will (( rij
glvo excellent uorvlco, nt 0.DU
Dark llrown Kid Shoo with good-looking
high heel and a flno fJ- -
valno at iDxX.OU
lilack Dull Kid Hhoo with (J- - lt
nifly l-'reiich heel, at . . . iDXJL.UU
'omen' Martha Washington 04 rrv
Comfort SIioi-h .... . iDfi.Ol
Women'o Martha Washington 6
Comfort Shoiw . . . . .
Women's Martha Wiulilngton
Comfort Shoes , . . . .
Womon'a Martha. Washington
Women's Martha Washington tl
Heftvy Work Khoi
In block and tan . .
Heavy Work Shoe
in black and tan . .
Heavy V.'crk Shoes
In black and tan . .
Heavy Work Shoe
In block nnd tan . .
Men's High Top
Men's High Top
I-aco Iloobs ,
Men's High Top
Men's Kangaroo In a straight last and
Dreus Shoe -.t S10.0
a strictly high-grade iPI O tt
10.00 arid tUX-J.UU
Men's Ounmclal In
a plain too
Men's ftunmotal In
n plain too
Men's Ciunmutn.1 in
a plain toe '
Light grail o KnglU-h
Men's light grade
Calf ( Arnold
Hiigllsh Kid mid
Kngluh Kid and C.i f
"GLOVE GRIP SHOES
ideally Grip the Arch, without the pain of a .pinch. Perfect foot comfort, long service,
and pleasing style in every pair. Let us show you and you will be convinced.
Arnold dlove Grip Arch Support Shoe
in black kid; stout Cuban hoel
Arnold Glove Grip Shoo in brown and
gray a strictly high grade shoe
-I WM W-M 'MB w m
He's milter puffed up be
cause he overheard two
business men talking.
Ono snid to the other:
, l'Uli:I) of mine
Dltori'Ll) Into 1
I'lllLD'H STATION I :ilV Store
nn: 0Ti1r.1t day
TO (il,T somo '
AND A mlnuto hook
I'Olt A new btulncn.
Ili:i ()ltl". ho got out
A LOOM; loaf IctlKAr,
A pritCIIASK wyntem,
A It-KHK nnd clialr.i,
A i.irrriHi nip.
A U. r aafo
A NU SO.Mi; olhor thlngn.
1112 SAID to m
IT ONliV rocs
TO SHOW you
WHAT a real salCMmatv
CAN" l to a "folia."
WIIKV T got throuch
THIS STATIONKIIVS clork
T SHOULD SAY salesman
SAID TO me:
NOW, MIt, N'otvhousn,
YOU'LL need a ledger
I'Olt THAT new business.
,11'KT T.MCI3 a minute
TO LOOK nt this
DANDV CLASS M
. . .
DO YOU sen
HOW a turn of tho key
OI'KNS the binder
SO YOU can
ITT IN or
TAJIK. OUT '
AND TO close It
YOU SIMI'LY push
AND IT closes
I HADN'T Intended
TO I1UV Just then
iir r 1 turr inicrot'Mi
AND THO'T, Oh! SUuok,
WHY NOT got busy
AND IIAVK It ready
WIIHN TIIINUS open up
AND SO I bought
AND Till: stuff
iIl'ST A week before
Wi: NU.KDKD It
AND NOW I'm glad
Til T I found that Btors
Ill'.f M Si: I've met
A ItKAL salesman
WHO THINKS ahead
AND THIS reminds me
THIS KIND of bird
AND OUCIIT to bo
DO YOU agree?
Field Stationery Co.
SOB S. Main. I'hono 4S07
' KaKSff 2'rr.rfi
ih?I5I IUU? C?, UIUS till, Mi