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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1020
CARSON POST TO
Perfect Organization to
Gain New Members for
PLAN ONE-DAY DRIVE
000 Sen-ice Men Expected
" as Result of Kf forta of
To tliojsinJ member in mu
mP.." l"anneJ ,u l"?,J
" not ' tho American ieKiun,
Mrh formally launched
J.MW ' "orrtlnK to plans an-
p.Xmm committee yesterday
SfjSoSi in 'Me office, of Paul A.
McS'tal. thairman, ,
Ornntotion of tho drive was a
Jtteompl'trrt at yesterday's moot.
S?id i:-e remainder of the work
Jf, hi perfc led nt the mectlns of
SI port nt 7 30 o'clock tonlslit in
Z muni Ml auditorium.
Thirty teams of workers will con.
duct the drive January 31. nnd It Is
Xied that the results of tho cam
Z.n nil. crc.itly surpass thoso of
iiit ieir when in a slnRle day the
.orVers secured 1.500 member.
maMnfr Jo" ' rson post the largest
tl in. tho state.
m. Ttn of the teams will work at
jFlocal theaters, solicitation member.
shin In tno crowus coin in mm
of th playhouses, both day and
nliht Kollowlns are the captains of
the theater teams: William I. Kanle.
ion. Tom I,yons. Daniels, Henry
Ht, Alva Nlles, ltalph Ucrry.
Harry Ilalley, Dr. ltalph Smith "and
H .8. lleymond.
Keglstratlon booths will bo main
lined both day and nlsht- at Hotel
Tuln .the Iluttrrmllk bar and In
dian Tradlrur company. Ileforo closing-
hours applications will also be
takn at the Security State bank by
0, O Kvans, assistant caahlor; at
ih Klrst National bank by D. D.
Bailey, adiertlslns director; at the
V M. C A by X. A. Thompson, and
at tho county courthouso by S. H.
Tlimn In lllrt fOltntV attorney's OfflCS.
I large tlKtis will be plarid in the
I'.clnlty df each of the booths.
Olher teams will solicit mem-
lrhlD In th business district.
vthlch will be divided Into tho fol
lowing sections: Two blocks north
ef the Frhco tracks, both sides of
Boulder and lloston; north of Soc
nd to rord offli-cs and cross streets;
south of Frisco tracks to Second nnd
row streets; Main between Second
and Fourth; Main, from Fourth to
rnd of business district on Main;
South Boston, South Moulder. In
cludes Unity and World buildings;
Second street. Third street; Fourth
and Fifth streets; Kennedy building;
Majro building; Cosden and Palace
building; Exchange and Daniel
buildings; First National and Wright
MME. TETRA2ZINI PLEASES
Varleatel Program of Italian So.
prano Please Tulsans.
Madame 1itea Tetrazzlnl. the re
nowned Italian soprano, who has
charmed thousands In Kurope and
America, last night sang her way
Into the favor of a large number ot
Tulaans who crowded into Conven
tion hill to henr her.
Her program, wjth the exception
or encores, was entirely In Italian.
'lnfr displayed her dramatic
aMIily In the mud scene from
Hamlet, The tonnl qualities of
k'r.Vlllt,!1 came Into play In her
third number, "Canto dl Primavcra,"
The i"" Rr.se of Summer- and
Somewhere a Volco Is Calling,"
uif0 11 t nforCs Rno Bave ln Kng
iv.n1?1?" !rouSht on "lllrd ot
Wve. Divine "
'jpi?.'1", ""PPTt was accorded
w.ii J-1.mara' Pianist, and Mayo
NEGRESS HELD FOR TRIAL
Woman Found In PomscssIoii of King
nd lavallcr Committal to Jail,
and laL?"1' ,,hp ,'arceny of a ring
Mw 6imrtS,ct ro"rt at ,,er nrellmt
tic It i S 'Mj"lay before Jus
to i C!r?y ,Sh6 wafl committed
10 Mil in default of bond.
dataSSt Tnu ,he omplaln-
Mrecor ',he rl?ff and 'avaller
. hy the nnii fr,'!m th0 "tlX" woman
hwiirl??"?,0,?""? th eft of the
WenSnf n V'n I,rce" homo bv the
""enaint, a former domestic.
MEE"TS HORRIBLE DEATH
'or Year OM (:trt i,, ,n
"Milling Water u Dead.
t tomn"1' ot ''""'ng Into a tub
f Mr -year-old daugMer
erdav Uko Sanders, die-1
ih rrmrnSnsr at 7:S0 o'cJick at
'Kite of a .ft w? 'NorUl Troo't. ln
i v2 flas "nt to Itenubllc Mo..
Mowbray iLr:n'nb th0
Coming to the Majestic Thursday
Nature makes great
demands upon a grow
& child's strength.
tfose elements that con-
"ni inn t4.. r . i i
"ujr m growin ana
Jength. Wise parents givo
u'cyKnowit helps them
gj and keep strong.
GET EXTRA HELP
Census Takers May Have
to Resort to Law in
Continuous ringing of the tele
".litnr at dsui 63.11 lias neeil
t.iicd ihr I'liiplovliig of an addl.
ili)i..i1 stoiutKNiiiher at cens'iis hcnl
nunrn'i lo axtlst '.. llee Oiil'hrey.
wifi'mi of i hi- governineiit cmisiis
ti.i! ' uhM'h h.is liei-n Bclhely n
ii.- UK TtibMi for sevrrul weeks
N ll i r, us TMI;iih have not 5 el
i.rcn l tul In Hie cnuiiH'nitnr mid
t'Vi" n nl briiiK In me prinii-ii
bliuiii i it from the il.illy iipwh
ipcr.- I'rr .person Is urged to.
I li I onv ft '(iee lilmikn Willi Ills
r in r ,nrl uldro in ease lie or she
w rrn )r.ibl .'ertiiln that the rnimi ,
t ni ' ll'in lllli wiki'ii lur ii-'immi
info ii.ii inn
I'rosri ilium of cery person who
refuses a reasiiiuiblii uihuer to the
Mill .tuns put b the enumerators
imirt face prOMecutlon. uerord
lug lo tlm reiisiis supervisor A lis'
of jirrsotH who Inivn so fur refund
to give tho reiiulreil Information m
being prepared and Immediate ur
le.itH of fevernl Htubborti persotH l
prol,.liIe I'erni'ns who i veil ri
fue to answer any one of ihe iumi
llon put tt tln eniliiier itom vli
lilted Hie feileral law, luvr.r.llng to
,1 H. Davenport, who I In iha-ne
of ,'hc eriuiueriitloii In the fir's
r''mpletion of ipore than half of
the i'ltv haw been renorled. aUh null
Itollicklng Mabol Kormand Is suhodulcd for h showing at the Majestic Thurmlay where nho will hold forth enumerator In one or two tlls'rle'H
tm- )ri i iiuure-" ii lin n rtmii'
UihIiItik nn nlwnyn, It iHifpintn tf fainllli(.
TULSA HAS NEW RIVAL
OKllltilge,. Piibllcll) gelil ion
.Mwiy I'liciiiili's Tor 'lliem In
lliuiillo An IMHtlni:.
t' I U'Neil. Iiillilteit) agein f.,, the
Dklulilgeo i-hnuilier of i umiiiei .
l 1.0 liieiubers of Hie IhIki a, , m,
1i i oi tiii I ni.e.l Hales in tlm
l.i .i i ktiov ' i.iiiiii.iikii Indus
fies nre fi"' hing In Okmulgee faster
lui ii tln i in be aeefiinmod.ited, the
.peiker aswertrd Htnl phttm nre tin
dvr way in put tfie ikmtilgc. comity
eat "on the mnp."
Oilier biisttiesH laken up liv the
rluh Mas .the nnnminc'inniit that tlm
tllfilnne. tvtlll II, 11 In. ..f II, m tirvmll,.
linn would be iml on the I mil of err 'during Hie punt war. will 1
tit n Hdveittftlnt: nll 1 urn who ,ln not 1 in tile eliuren purinii hi
gin SK'itnnl elements of gooI
idverlislng win he the firs' mibjecl
H,wii.tl.iii of lb, niHerUiing me'h
oils liroiiL'ht out m tho tilks will fol
low nt oneh wwlun
llniillnm (;lc U'iiillon.
A reception for all the tnembers
who ilmve rome Inn, the First lt,ip-
ttet ehiirell, Fmirili ind Hisinn.
I UK I.
in (lie UiipeituiH'e ,,i thi.tr MelKlih,ii- I hale tin. eii.lnrwnien' nf ilie rmi I tills evening Tins date nl.n murks
ing elu ut tin ii- ii, i, .n in, . i
itlie prlin'e dlnln Kn.om, 1 1 i -1 TuIhi
Aeodrdln In the iiumuiv ii in
Hint rlt pluns to ,i,(niii., if ,.
eiwiern i n I iiinimi u.n i in.
1'illlee And m lilHin iig ennrtlluiis H e close or the flrit em nf I!
'inofil- n, Tnlt.i nv mean of fake V O. Andeisini the p.iniu .
'in lne Sim Tlllimikl) a sMIes nt the cllilrell l''rlellW - .' '
0 lei tine- on pnu-iiivil .idvei IIiIiik I member nf thi. enngi en.i'ion
In eiii'iteifiil lnittnM men lll be- tnidliilly Invited I" thi uiepM.
VOrd&' j . ftTy -Kt' ff.t' r jitr ytir jtxr -' j-rr- sr .rnr jair jsr at xssr mt' jny xtr" sij
w - -' w t" jttr jn- jei' txr ai' jj;'r jn- ju .w j&- jw- jar stir jur t'nr m.,".
Normand in Pinto
xor inreo days. This time Miss Norjnand comes In u new vehicle termed "IMnto." IMshlng ns always, It Ih t
said that sho exceed tho limit for fun in this, her newest picture play In this comedy hi don't know how
"'g a lorgneuo oui sne suro does Know how to throw ii larlnt. Hhe'n declared to bo a wild and wooley
lady. Her first name Is "l'lnto" tuid hor mlddlo namn la "Fop." ln tho Btory sho hits tiio trail for New
York and high society. Tlfcn tho fun begins. Social Sals lost their breath and Hlgh-llntted Harolds Inst
their heads. It miro takes a wise mits to know how to hook a bushful Itomeo. "l'lnto" has tho right Idea,
for -when sho foil In love, with a New Yorker did sho coyly arch her eyebrows and -wait fT him to pop the
question? Sho did not. Sho wont after htm with a wlckud-looklng "45" threw tho larf.U around his neck
band and forced him Into a proposal. But then that's just llko Mabel Normand. "l'lnto" Mill be seen at tho
Majestic, starting tomorrow, Advt.
IL A ,0
max rm. i
hiiWiiiiifnuiiin mil 'i i lit I HI
A Notion Section of Remarkably
l'IKt,HIIII CIllSH I'lllJ.
On account of the flrlggn lecture
einirse, the annual class play. "An
American OltUen," whioh Hie junior
high school student planned to
prtwent January .10, has been post-
lintiOil 111 ,ihrnii rv (I. nenl ,1 l.ii. In
Jane Hansom, chairman of Iho play J
committee. Tlilrty-ilx Juniors will
participate. In the play, which has n
dlfferenVciiHt of eharacters fur each
act Miss Ida II D.iv s. head of
, drnmuilivi In Hie high school. Is 'he
Climb to $629,350
Since January Fir at
Starting with rhe total elnce
Jaiumry 1 of J354,S00 th city in
ftpector's department Issued 12
permits yesterday totaling an ad
ditional "4,!&0 to bo added to
Tulsa's growth. The new total nt
tho close of business last night
wns $629,350. Yestcrdaj's per
mits follow: J. V. Mitchell. 1330
North Cheyenne, residence and en
rage, D,2G0; Salvation Army, 120
West Second, ,J1 5,000 rcmode-llng
and. addition of third story, V. I),
McCoy, 1327 North Klwood,
J 4,500 residence. W. D. McCoy.
1403 North Klwood. J4.S00 resi
dence; W. D. McCoy, 1407 North
Klwood, $1,500 residence; Ornian
&. Fitch, "24 South St. Iouis.
3.500 residence; T. Ii, flenet. IS
West Seventeenth, apartment,
$18,000; Kthol Monasmtth, 2G26
Kast Seventh, $2,000 addition to
residence; C. A. ltichardson.
1104 Norffli Denver, $5,500 resi
dence; G. A. Jarmon, 1203 West
Twenty-second, $500 residence;
AW J. Curl. 554 South Zunls.
$6,100 residence and garago;
Standard Home Investment com
pany, 1340 North Denver, resi
dence and garage, $5,500,
ARREST FOLLOWS VERDICT
round Not Ottllty, Kerry IlcArrwdod
on Nmv liifonnatlnn.
Found not guilty by tho Jury under
court Instructions, Kdward Horry, ac
cused of robbing Kugene Augustus, a
(ireok, on August 31. 1919, was dis
charged yesterday at the conclusion
ot his trial In district court No. 2.
and was Immediately rearrested and
placed ln tho county Jail for trial on
a similar charge to bo filed by tlio
county attorney, v
Testimony at the trial showed that
Hcrry had held up nnd robbed Au
gustus, Stover riabrlcl and Theodore
Stevenson, but since Augustus did not
appear at the trial nnd the Informa
tion charged Kerry with tho robbery
of th.i mull only, the court ordered
a verdict of not guilty and gain tho
county attorney tltno In which to ro
fllo Information against Kerry, with
Oabriel and Stevenson as complainants.
Correction of tho statcmout ap
pearing In Tlm World, relative to
tho acquittal of Kd Carpenter of
Colltnsvllle, charged with killing do
mestic animals, u rnndo re'ntlvo to
testimony given by the defendant.
Carpenter did not admit killing any
animal, rlther his own or tho prop
erty of tho complaining witness,
Tit lirtlfy tlio Sj.Hteiii Against
Colds, ;rlji and. Influenza
tnko CJHOVH'S TASTBLKSS Chill
TONIC. It Purifies and Knriches the
Klood. It Hullds up and .Strengthen
tho Wiolo System. It Fortlfle tho
System Against Colds, Orlp and In
fluenza. Price 00c. Adit.
Stop Lashing Your Bowels
with Harsh Cathartics but
Just Yellow Mustard
for Backache, Lumhago
Grandmother's old mussy mustard
plaster or poultice generally brought
relief allrlght oven In the severest
cases, but It burned and
blistered iye bUzes.
neat easfs pain re-
uucea tno in
o o n g o stlon.
but you'll find
Kcgy's M u s-'
of true yellow.
mustard and other pain destroyers,
Is JttBt as hot as the old-fo&hlonad 1
piaster. It is mucn quicker,
cleaner nnd mora effective and
It's a great external remedy Just
r.lh II nn uhrntfn nfha,. n.ln. In.
flammatlon, congestion or swelling i
exists and In a very few minutes the
relief you hnv longed for surely ar
rives because "Heat eases pain," 30
and OA cents at druggists, or by moll.
S, O. Wells & Co., I.o Hoy, N. Y.
Kveryono must occasionally glvo
to the bowels rome regular help or
elso suffer from constipation, bil
ious attacks, stomach disorders, anil
sick headache. Hut do not whip the
bowels Into activity with harsh ca
thartlcs. What tho liver and bowels need is
a gentle and natural tonic, one thnt
can constantly bo ured without
harm. The gentlest liver and lwwet
tonic Is "Cuscarets." They put tho
liver to work atld cleanse tho colon
and bowels of all waste, toxins nnd
poisons without griping thoy never
sicken or Inconvenience you like
Calomel, Salts, Oil, or Iurgatlves.
Twenty-flvo million Imxes of Cos
carets are sold each year. They work
while you sleep. Cascurets cost so
little too. Advt.
SALE FOR 4 DAYS
rT- 'HIT I l.l
On Several Styles of
Ladies' High Grade
High Heel Hoots
Peurl Knty kid boot.4, covered French linels; all sizes;
n regular $18 value. Specially o Qf?
Crcoje brown kid boot, covered French -
heels, all sizes; a regular $10 value .... pXXO0
About '10 pair of ivory and white kid boots; covered
l-rench heels; not all sizes; $115 values.
All nf Hicho nn strictly high grade Imnlv mid nre ii-imI
for ciili l. Mild In kiii joii $1 in XII u ,Kir, liny now.
Sample Shoe Co.
I'm a gie.it mum lear e hme iniiiiiMined nn efficient department of notions, by
uhlch Me ineiin thnt ue lime given Hits seetliin rhisi. mtentluii with nil eyo to lh
tiinklug It all Hint oui' I'tiMtnmeiH would hale it he.
We Mould like In h.ile every wnmiiu III town visit our liollnn department anil suggest
that today Mill be u guild time In do su, when the fnllowlng lines nil! be specially offered:
Main l'liHir lllglii Al'le, Hear
48 Inch Tnpn Meiisiiies, oil mil
llhiek llli'knry (Inrlers for
c Itllcl run . nit sixes. Mpeelul . .
Children's Knit (lluves nnd
HluviiH 0 Per Cenl Off.
Olie table nf Fancy llilltiina
WiHiinliH lleli SlippnrlelS,
Wire Hairpins by the Inn,
Womlnr Waists fur chlhlren.
Old (IiiiikI Safely Plus, nil xlzi
12 on a oard. Hpeelnl
ll.iriilni: Cnlliiu, white only
Hpeelnl, 3 for
I'niset Suppiiiters. velvet grips,
cotton web. fprclul fur four . . .
Duplex Safely Pins, nil hIih, 12
nil a rind, HlMieliil
Mlnlaturn Chillies Lines nnd
Pins, set. Speeiiit
Colored I'lns In luhes
Hpeelnl . r.
.let mid Colored I.nee Pine, 12
In ii purli'iKe. Speeliil
Hump I lair I'lns.
Hone Hull- I'lns. gray Mini ilrnk
iiilurs only. Hpeelnl
Illnck Headed I'lns, 12 on a
Auln Veil Pins, 2 on a curd all
colors Special . .
8:30 to G
Until 9 p.m.
lllini "Fur Knit" Wash Clnlhs.
I'nl Cloths, iinbleorheil,
In IK'" size. Hpeelnl
' Ho-lilt," Speel.il Ho
"Cruiin,' special lo
Wire Hull- I'Iiih, all
Clliilelell.i Til II I II 1 1 n K Hnilil, all
colurs, .1 yds. Ill a bolt. Special..
Whisk llrooins, good size.
Small i'Iki mills, siliaie, round, ovnl iind
oliliiug, slightly soiled
While Tape. 2 yards In n boll;
wide. Special, three
fur . .
Kid Curlers, medium mUiv
I Hit m l'-ohl Tape, pastel colors,
yards In a bolt. Special
Hand llrnshes, good size uud
good bristle. Special
I'e.irl Muttons, its and '!! size,
1 'i on n card, fur . . . . J
I.lugerln Tape, self-threading
six yards In package.
New Shirt Pearl lliltlnns, IH size,
12 nn a curd. Special
Stlckerel lldglng In all colors, four
yards on a bolt. f-t
Huliber Lined Traveling Cases, colored
rreluiirie finish, Spe
Lvjraniv i vi f ilk m
blended with wheat,
saked for twenty
xjurs. produces the
rare, delicate flavor
to digest and full
iJTri1-- i iirrTtirgtKg-'
Why Be Satisfied With
The Infit'rument of
Supreme Tone Quality
The Sonora is easily
the "aristocrat" of its
kind, and in addition to
its many other desirable
features, this machine
plays perfectly on any
disc record without the
use of additional device?
of any kind.
The clear, rich tones of the Sonora won for it
the highest prize at the Panama-Pacific expo
sition, in competition with the world's best
machines. It is the one instrument that has
reduced, "scratchy" mechanical noises to a
All we ask is that you come iiuind let us play
your favorite selections and judge for yourself
of its beauty and attractiveness.
A wide variety of models to choose from at
prices ranging from $75 to $1,000.
T. J. White Music Co.
(kin At tikL
GIRLS! A MASS
OF WAVY, GLEAMY
Let "Danderinc" save and
glorify your hair
C,2i South Main St.
Phone Ouagc J 51
The Lntest Sonft Sensations
NVw Patho Hecord Jutt Out
Vmi'J Hr Surprised
222J5 (JACK NOR WORTH)
I l.m You Juit Tli Sm, Swt Adllnr
(CAMPUIILL AND nLIRR)
2221& (SAM ASH)
Klow arid I'mr
You Ain't llf.nl Nothing Vcl
222J7 (EARNEST I IARE)
Socnr rmr You'll Wnt M nck OUylw I Wi't W.nt You)
2"-2!8 (1 IARRY McCLASKEY)
All th Quaker! Ar Shouldrr SJiaVtri IXiwn In Quaker Town
On thr Trail to Santa Pa
In a few ni'iinen'- ion can ians-i
form lour p:ain, dull fii Imtr You 1
can have It ahiindan. nofi, Elossy '
nnd full of life Just set at uny '
drui; store or 'oilei counter a small
bottle of "D.inderlne'' for a few
cents Then moisten u soft cloth with I
the Danderinc and dtaw this through
I your hair taklnK one small strand at
a time, instunuy, )es, immediately, i
VOU linVH ilnntileil the liriulv nf viinr '
Lhalr. It will be a mass, so soft, lus-
' fri.nu flnrr.. nn,l -i, c,u. ... .tn ....
it n i.rj v, tin iji
All dust, dirt and cx-i-slv oil m
Let Dandcrlne put more life coior
vlKor and brightness m your hair
This stimulating tonic will freshen
onr scalp, check dandruff and fail
inc hair and help your hnir n urinv
Ionic, thick, litre nt and bca riful i
22242 fl.EWIS JAMES AND U IAS I l,RT
I'.a Cot My Captain Working For Ma Now
I Want a PatlJ, (Who Will Rork Mr to M.rpi
22"' (PALACE TRIO)
Where th l.anltrrn Clow
fWADSWORTI IS SAXOPHONE BAND)
22244 (NICHOLAS ORLANDO'S ORCHESTRA)
In Your Amu
22245 (JOSEPH SAMUELS' ORCHESTRA)
Ilr. ul lul Ohio
22227 'ROYAL WAIKIKI HAWANANS)
Kxclusive Pallte Shop
No. 8 Went Fifth
'It's the. Tone That Tells"