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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920.
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HOSPITAL WORK
STARTC MONDAY
Excavation U p o n St.
St. John'H Is to I!o
Puslicd.
TO COST $1,500,000
IiiHtitutlon Will Ho Opon to
All Croctls, Cliuuert and
Colors Here.
Hxonvitllnn for Ttilnn'n new
11,100,600 lionpltnl will iKItln at
nnen. Already thn hulldln permit
for the ntrliclure which will hnr tlm
nam nf Ml. Jfihn'n lionpltnl niiil will
m erected nn t'llcn ntrnnl hnlwenn
Nlttetnnntlt nnd Twenty-flint, hun
I (ii lmtit hy thn oil r hulldln
Inspector. Many of llm enntrnr,tn fur
different iiliimoM nf ihi preliminary
worlt have heen Innuml liy llm fuller
Conntructloii rnmpatiy wlilch Will
ronntruct thi hulldliiK I'lnnn tlml
havn hemi maturing fur mure thin
a yi'iir nre. nnw liolntr put In opern
tloli. Willi the rontlKttlnn "f tlm dream
nf llm Htntr.ru nf llm Horrowflil
Mother, nn utnent need nf the. city
for morn Imnpltal faillltlen will lie
wttlnfleil. Wlihln tlic iinxt fnw dnyn
Hlnler M. Cnrnelln will nrrlvn hnru
from Mnrnhfleld, Win, tn nupervhw
llm work of eonntrilrlltiK th" Jitm
pltll. Having hnil ycirn at oxperl-i-nro
In nimllur lionpllnln promoted
by the Hlnlern nf the Hnrrnwful
Mother, Hlnter Cotnnllu la pnrtlcillnr
ly filled for Imr woils here.
Ilnnpltnln nltiillar to tho one, tn
tin erected hero are holme maintained
In Mnrnhfleld, Win.. Wichita, Kan..
Itonwell, N. M., two In Onhkunli,
Win., nnil nnntlmr In New .Iorny.
fllntcr Cornelia In familiar Willi nil
of lliouft IlintltiitlniiB which nrn rnn
nldored (ha tnnnt profiri'Mlvn hon
pllnln In tho country.
Actunl wnrlc on thn pinna of tho
lionpltnl won (darted hy tho HlHtrin
of tho Hiirrmvftll Mother hint .Time.
They woro not completed until hint
Novomhcr, when tlm ilrowlni:n of
Architect Wrljjht unit Wright of
Kiuiwih city woro npproved nnil th
contract awarded to the Fuller Con
ntriirtlan company nf CIiIciiro, who
constructed the Klrnt National hnllil
nit horn nnil tho Comlim hullillnK.
Work nf flnimcInK tho proposition
hnn hffii cnrrlcil nn hy u rnmp.ilKH
commlttPo oompofcil of Clrnnt It
MuCuIIiiiikIi, Joupph Hvnnn, finvld 1'
Connolly, 15 .Cnnatiintln nnil ThoinnB
' h. h'i.iii Thr..iiMh li "
f hi' Iiik h'uri'it ti in "f Jui"!
II lilKll Mlnil" l "f xiii. i'. ml ,.i I -111.
mi i iptliifiH f..r ill'' W"ik li.xv " hull
ri'i' ivi il h ili i iiniiiilitM.
Tlm hiiftpli.il In l " In- ii Tulna lim'l
liitlnn unit It promoter prmnlly
iiniort tlml It mmm li-it of mrny
will not lm Itmltril to miv rrni,
oIhiw or iinliir. No rhurlty i'i will
lr ttirnml uwny. Alihimih lu iiniiroo
uf Imoiim from nathnu wlm ran f
fonl in y for tli i-li treatment will
h lurie, I In" who ir wllhiiin
inrnne will be Hlven Ihn very benl In
meilloe.1 trentmnnt, nimlern urirry
anil inrilleal trealiimnl Hint money
can buy anil no cliniH will ho inailn.
All fixture nnil iiriftrni-nl of thi
lionpltnl will be of 'h' Inti nl type In
every inlJI llm I lint 1 1 ntbin wi.l hi'
the in net modem nf Kltnl In Hie
in ll rt In wni In thl renfmi't It will
nurpnna tlm lrRe Ml. .Inm.pli hoepltnl
In Knan City, nltboiiich In nlu uut
enrrnl plan It will be nimllur.
I'm'liiK tliw went, Mtilnic mi tho
hllhevt prnnmntnry on the noiilh nhle
uf the rt'y, mil rounileil hy u benml
ful nyntein nf ilrivewKyn, liltnineil
with nlirulie nil tieed plnnli il by tlm
l.i't Inmlnrnpe irif dinerii In Ibe
country, the hnplll, ornnto lu llmilf,
will be one of (be lu niily iiiiiU nf Ihn
illy nml ii mructiire of wltteh eeiy
TuIuhii will he proinl
PlaeeJ In the center nf n nix nml n
Tin If aim nlli', tlm liullilln will rf
ii'inbln a larmi tH'cilte In Hn jihin
I 'rnin tlm Inn In bulhllnir. fnt'lilK Utlm
ireot, will cttenil rivet wlnwn, two
from each cml nnil one mtPiiilliiK
luilnlii I mi'k from thw Donlir nf the
iniilii neetlmi.
AiwnrilliiK Uf J. C. Ilnhnn, of tlm
l'lllllll' I 'iiliMlriicllnii iWiniMiika uititi
wim In the city Inn I week awarding
onutrniin for the Kxcitwillnn wink
anil Kettlnif tho aclunl work undnr
w,iy, nil of the whin of the hnnpltnl
ulll ho cotnpletHil ui nnrn. Within a
ywir ii iiirl of thn bnlldlnj oniild bu
oociipleil nlid licfnio two Mira It will
tin eutliely flnlabed, hn Hold.
Tlm cubical iiiiilinln of Ibe new
nlruoliire In l.KMl.ooo culilo feet It
In eetlinnled tint ihe tmnl floor
l me will bo about 00,001) wpinr'i
feet. Ordlnnrlty the honpltal will be
nliln to cure for nbout 12S pnllenin.
but If reipilrnd, It rntild bo mudn
to ncooiuiiiodiKc 32S bciln.
From tlm main bulldlm; tn rim
power plant In the tinr will extend
an iindei'Kroiind pimtiiKe ciin'ftlniiiK
bent nml wnter plpen. In tho hne
ment of the pmur hmini' will In
fi iind the iaiimlry hrlnn vntn, mil
IncliiC'i iiloi'H. On ilio Krounil flou
of llm tnntii huliill'nr will bo lot'iicd
tho rncoivliiK ro'imn, tlm iimhiilanvn
enlrnnco nnd illi nfectltii? rooinn,
All floirn will be connceu-d bv
CHICHESTER S PILLS
.jr.-v .nir biauovii nuiNB, a
thn ,ur i i,i. ,c e i' n i'' r.
' ' i In 'ic ' ii I fw.r 1 " i
l imn m l ni.i''" ii her f. i'iK i'
" 'iiinin'i'l.i't' "h.- nnrii i i.u i -
Mprle. nuiifn tialnlnK i eh mln 'hi'
fever roiunn llm dental clliil' mod
nrn maternity wnriln nnil nper.itltiK
wnrrte.
Iluih Ihe Interior and Ih nxlorlnr
flnleh of the lionpltnl wilt he the
bt for the pyrpone that could be
elected.
Marble will he ueeil Kenerounh
for wale of the oporntlnn room
and the tollnbi Alnbunn marble will
be und In flnlnhlUK the flrnt floor
Moat or the floor of the building
will be of lerrnr-m while tho corri
dor will be floored with llnolyle.
I Ike ihe I'onden building, thi- hoe
pltal will be constructed of telii
fiireeil concrete It outer flnHh I
to be of lorrn eottn nnd bi Ick
Tlrnugh th plnnn of tlm i-inicurr
lio Kim hnn been to mnke I) the bent
that can be nb'nlneil under Ihe
pieneni eniidltlonn.
GENERALS ARE PROMOTED
WINon AihiinccN Mi'Arthnr, Vc
(iliulilln nml Ixmln lo St'w Itnuk
VAHIIIN(JTN. IVb. 7 -HdttBrtl
I'" .Mi.'dlnchlln. Jr, Andre W. Drew
tor and Kdwiird M. Iwln who hold
n tnmpomry rank of major aenernl,
anil Doiigln McArthur, temporary
bihiailler general, have been nomi
nated by I'lenldent Wllnon for the
lii riimiiHtit rank of hrlgadjer gnnornl.
(lenenil .McArthur, nt present nil
pnrlntendnnt of tho t'nlfml Hint
military acndimiy nnd formerlv n
brlKiuller In the Itnlnhow illvlnlnn,
hold a permatmnt rank of major
of (inKlnonr.
(liuiernl Mrfllnclilln, who wnn
chief nf nrMllery for thn flmt nriny
nf the A. K V hnn tho pennmmnt
rank of colonel.
Ucimrnl Hreweler, who wan a
colonel of Ihe Infantry In the reg
ular army, wnn Inspector vftioral of
tho A I: K (lelmral l.ewin, nlw it
olonel nf InfiHiOv comninnded the
30th dlvulnn ovcrnenn
Daniels 6VS Edison
Spent Nearly All War
Period on Jialllcsliips
WAHII1VOTUN, Feb. 7 - Secre
tary of the Nary Jianloln, ten'lfy-
Iti lodnv In thn nnvv awardn
hearing, de'-lnred Thornan A. I'Mi
non npent nearly tlm entire perl id
of the on nn American b.il-
lleehlp ntiirlylng methoiln of ram
hinting tlm niibninrlnn warfare.
Thin hitherto unpubllshod fn-t
wan revealed by Ihe secntary In
reply to n ituentlon by Henalor Me
fortnlek of llllnoln, m to why
the noted Inventor had bpen
awarded a niedul.
"Mr. Kdlnnn npeiit nearly nil hln
time during the war with 'be
navy," Mill lh nocreinry. Hn wnn
on a ba llenhlp practically all 'hi
lime. "Mr hllleon'n ilecnrnt.on
unn baneil on hln devotion tn d ty
When he heard of the award, he
wrote me saving he did not de ho
a ii i i'l u I or thankn for Ins rv
Icen "
THOUGHT 3 LITTLE CHIL
DREN NEEDED MOTHER'S
CARE
"My etomach nufferlnx wan no so
vere thnt I could not have lasted
much longer. 1 did not onro mo much
for mynelf hut did not want to leave
my tlireo lltllo children who needed
n mother's love and unre. A rmiiln !
In California wrote me nboiil Mayr'n 1
Wonderful Itemedy and I took n !
colirso of It. I hnvo nlnco been en- '
tlrely well." It Ik a simple, harmless ,
preparation that rnmoven the catarr
hal niiiciiH from the tntentlnal tract
and allnys tlm Inflainmutlori which
eausen practloally all atomach, liver i
nnd Intentlmil itllnmnln, IncluilinK np- j
penuieiiis. unn uoje will convince or
money rafillidad. At nil drilKKUite.
- Ailt.
VrrOHNI.V (il M,lll T K. O'
rnlmcr Sn)n Until IJilKir mid Capital (
,Mlit Hear Ijnli Other, ,
, If ANHAH CITY, Mo., Fell. 7
, cjuentlon of labor ni1 capital, the
high cost of living nnd the "danBnr
I nn radlenls In America'' were
' touched upon In an address hero to-id-iv
l.v Attorney flenernl falintr
IteKiiidinK cMipltnl and labor, Mr
I'alrnei said e,ti h hud hid I'n turn
it ' refusing n heirlng of tlm other
nnd thn! enrh understands Mm other
. tntrird i j :i hear-ng 'b.tt in nil
the givrnrnent irr,) i i, pr. 8, on
i iiMh Mile in the coal strike The
, tiu i) d i ,n f , tl " p'lh'i. to bul.il
"he rrarhlnory thnt will niak r
pcuilile for both slden lo havo their
1 1. ulna presen ed to the public"
rereliliiK nt IVirl Worth.
FOHT WOHTII, Texas, Feb. 7 - .
Weloomlng (leneral I'ernhlng to Fort'
Worth nt n luncheon In lili Iwnor1
today, former Blate Fenator W A
IlanRer voiced recognition of hli
ponsible candldncy for president of
the t'nltcd Ktatos on the republican I
ticket by declaring that If selected
as ho notnlneo OenornI I'crnhlrR
wnul'l find fewer democrats In this
"r-riion nnd those who remained'
democrats would nislst til.n lu solv
ing iftfr war problems.
Kimball Phonographs
A demonstration will prove
their superiority
Kimball Phonograph
Parlours
No. 4 West Fourth
Box office open 10:30. Phone 3929
New Show Today
Matinee at 2:30 Night shows 7-9
Regular Sunday Prices: 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c
Scats reserved at all shows today Reserve them early.
feiKi Vlil. u ll. J u.u .nW
A JO
wtlkMirrLCarMLAtMakiukL
SOLD BV DRLG01STS EVLRiliHLRF
Spanish
THE LANGUAGE OF COMMERCE
' Our Illinium with llm tintlii.Amcrlciui coiinlrlcs In Inennnlni;
nipUlly. t'lilliiilliil iiiHirtunlty for men of vision nml Inlinlhei
In .Mi'liii nml rinutli America,
A ei'Cimil iIiihs hi I'nmiiii'i'i'Jul Spanlnh tlll open at tlio Y. M.
(1, A. Kcliouln .Monday ulglit ut 7iilll., rK'iior Alwirrt, n nuthu
tiiii'Iirr, In I'liiirue,
ALL RETURNED SOLDIERS GIVEN
FREE SCHOLARSHIPS
CIiium In ori'licstrnl 111111.111 will start l'ui'wfny iilfjht under iIIitp
tbin of I'rof, Ailnlph Kiiiini r, 1'rvti lo all, ('onto lo V. il. O. A.
(it 7i0.
CONVENTION HALL 10
THURSDAY NIGHT ONLY FEB.l
MR. JOHN CORT
PRESENTS
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n kOadwatj fAvon te nus cal cohedy- . m
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BY CATHERINE CHISHOLU CUSHING
MUSIC By RUDOLF FRIML
WITH
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i rv xiiv
AN ALL STAR CAST AND THE 100
PERCENT PERFECT EEAUT C110RU5.
riUT.l StllI,UH OWN Ollt 111 STHA
P..I. on ills MONUAV Milt Orderi KOWI
A quik.r Urun stw- bib nml .oo
Addrtti Slnc'tlr U ltaMlrj, car. qjilier Doit Co.
7(1 I'lHtnlrn Nlnrrw In no Cltlen
nnnt
All Qhnp
.120' S. .Main
Cpstnlrs Oicr Wimlviorlli'n
Remember, Ladies
you pay for. nothing
but shoes.
"RITA" the newest of all
new spring two-eyelet ties.
Price always moans a very
decided saving.
$0.85!
In dull leathers
a n d sun metal '
calf skin, hand" i
turned n n te s , I
widths AAA to D. I
Very p (i 1 1 1 o '
French hoels. I
"Pianoville"
A smart musical arrangement by three talented
girls and George B. Reed.
Broadway Kcno, Kcyes &
Trio Melrose
In Comedy and Song Dancing Comedians,
Frank Wilson Orphcum News
Extra Added Attraction
Jcanctto Harry
HACKETT & DELMAR
In their "Studio of Dance"
Thursday's hcadlincr: Oscar Lorraine, "The Violinut
tist," composer of the new song hit, "Be-lo."
Tho week from tiiilny: VnuI- IIIo'h hlsccwt lilt, "rutllni; It 0cr,"
ii lii'-iiiiili'iil ciinu ily by -.' A. II. V. Nddlers, nil wiiuniled nml dec
ornleil In I'nuuT.
LYRIC Today
ONE DAY ONLY
Marie Walcamp
Tlio (Inro ile II of ilnj mol(n In lier lnt Spur nml Saddle plctiirn
Kiilltlcd
i
"Cody Turns
the Tables"
Also SUir Comedy, Untitled
66
Bunded Bungalows"
Featuring the well-known Eddie Lyons and
Lcc Moran
Pathc News and Mutt and Jeff Comedy
Admission Adult Any Sent 20o: Children Any Sou lOo
War Tax I'nld
After Ik-Iiik closed fur the past five tlnyH on ncoonnt of rcmodcllni:
the Iijrl" I4! nw opi-ii for Rood, with hlRRCr nnd lMtter pmsrutin
lianilMnini; Interior nnd etory facility for jour eomonlcnce.
Don't fall to pay Ihe lyr)c n visit Kalay, Tho hill W nn oitra jrood
one,
COMINtt TO.MOIUIOW AND TUIZSDAY
Ncnl Hart In Ills Intest w-cstorn drama entitled
"Seed of Dishonor"
Wednesday and Thursday This Week
William S. Hart in "Poppy Girl's Husband"
I'linmioiiiit l'lcturi) In J'Uo rurtd
Friday, One Day Only
Mary Pickford in "Behind the Scenes"
PAKAMOl'NT l'lcrcun
$0,85
What About the Press?
Tlm ni'Hui'rs hold In tlwlr hny nil almost uiillinlti.l
wmerw-for kooiI or 111,
Tlio p'sh iraii Miini'lhliic to tho conimunlty of nhlcli It
In n imi't. Tlicro nro nonio tliliin lU.so, which tlio prons
inn liKhtfully expect of tho piihllc,
Ihicn tlio city need n nexv water nnpply? or a Inrcer iks.
nfflco or xxliler nlm'tH? Whnt tlio ni ilivldon nlionld ho
ilimo imunlly Is lui'ompllhhcd, It iclN un ulUit .to ml,
lnu to wfnr, mid iIik-m n Ktvut deal or our thlukliiK for
us on nil iiintlerM, '
At the Sunday Forum at the Y. M. C. A. Fch.S
RICHARD LLOYD JONES
EDITOR OF THE TULSA TRIBUNE, WILL SPEAK
ON THE TOPIC,
Matinee Feb. 8
I ill 4 liTF. Wonlr rnm.
liKAINU -T Mill.
TULSA'S TEMPLE OF FUlsf, MIRTH AND HAPPINESS
REAL BURLESQUEi
The Relation of the
Press to Society
PUBLIC INVITED. GENERAL DISCUSSION
FOLLOWING.
Musical
Comedy
ROYAL
New Bill
Today
MARGARET
lil 1,1,1 K Bob Bceber
SHOW GIRLS
s( in.Di'i,i; -i . i . (1:30
Tho Tiuitjlo-rool Dniuvr
Margaret Lillie
N nml 11:1.1 1'. M.
CO.MINCS TOMOltllOW, .MONDAY
EUGENE O'BRIEN
In llm riiTl-Uun liaturo
"PERFECT LOVER"
THIS IS TO BE A GREAT WEEK FOR BURLESQUE FANS-
Every Tuesday Matinee
Kewpie Doll for Ladies
Every Wednesday Matinee
Toilet Articles for Ladies
Thursday Will Be
i A Great
INNOVATIONS GALORE WILL PREDOMINATE
Every Thursday Matinee
Surpriso Presents for Ladies
Every Friday Matinee
Groceries for Ladies '
Novelty Nite
EACH WEDNESDAY NITE, STARTING FEBRUARY 11
AMATEUR BOXING TOURNAMENT
For all classes A diamond ring prize for each class Tournament lasts four weeks Leave name at box office.
THURSDAY NITE, THIS WEEK
CHORUS GIRL SHIMMIE CONTEST
This Dance Is the Acme of the Latest Ballroom Novelties
EACH FRIDAY NITE
TULSA' BEST AMATEURS
Daily Matinee 2:30 p. m. 10c, 25c, 50c. Nights at 8:15 o'clock 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.
FASTEST CHORUS IN BURLESQUE

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