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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1SJ20.
CENSUS MAY SHOW
TULSA FIRST CITY
I ' Counted.
CAPITAL Is ""WORRIED
Law and Order LcaRiic Is Ex
plained to the Civic Club
up first city of tlio
declared J'rcsldunt N.
, c of tlio Ktwunls club
1 , luncheon meeting of
u.n at Hotel Tulsa ye
e luno tho population,
v ,-essary la for us to
o i-ntlro population la
filt, in i- "
0. Ktnth. i
t (he no.'
All tti.lt -see
re,-. h -lupcrtisor
,ntl i OUtl
.1., ih.rit ivrr'C
iawd fo.n,; Hint a largo per
lent of tic ti-milation wan being
(d IV '1' census taker.
Mr U ' 'fiy calto.l attention to
tu fart 1'i.t ( is "now r never''
i.t. nrr,i reiiHim ami Unit all of
he work mn-t bo ilono during tin; .
was a ccnmiH meeting
,n h i tub. U. lloo (Suth
n fcis'ltig tlo work us
r I'm- ontimertitor,
, i uvi'on by asking how
.. i.s present luul not
,1. As in similar organl
i the question hns been
a nutnuor or luinui
wo'.ild enforce tlio law Just to tho
ilegrpa that tho public Indicated that
It wanted jaw enforcement. Tho
purpose, of thn league, ns ho ex
plained It, Is to work for the dec
tion of men ntul women of all
'parties who favor law' uml order and
to ntund behind tho public officials
In their enforcement of the law.
Tho league was unanimously In
dorsed by tho club.
TAFT'S DOCTOR IS COMING
Dr. Darker In Srnk Hem During
1'uther unit Son AVcrk.
Dr. Charles li. ltarker, who comes
to Tulsa next week as n speaker for
father and son week, will have a full
schedule Ho will nrrlvo In tho city
nexi nunuuy aitcrnoon and will nil
dross tho V, M. i A. I'nruni at 4
o'clock. ThU mectlnir will ho held
in tho high school auditorium and Is
tor me general public.
On Monday evening at S o'clock he
will nddrcfta the women of Tulsa at
tho Y.MV. A. On Tuesday tho
committee has loaned Doctor Dark
er to Sapulpa, where he will ho the
guest of the Itotary club at noon,
and make an address to tho school
children. Ho will return to Tulsa In
tlino to (.peak at n ,1'athcr and Son
banquet at the l'"lrnt I'renhvlerlnn
church In the evening. He will speak I
wie iuimi notary clun at noon
VERDICT FOR $1,300 1 negro shoots at autoist
Jury I'lniN Defendant llcvlvliig
.Moiicj'm Worth When llo
He urged upon till
.( -lie h nani.ina mo iiiiiiuriuiitu
if.itendirg ''ie mas') moetlnga that
ire I'fUU' ! .! each night nt tho
irunli.pal auditorium at 8 o'clock.
That n.or. t'uin 10.000 names hud
tetn ntli-icl b Iho enuiueriUois has
ton dls i srd in tho InveaUgatlon
of lh citizens' icnsus conimltteo,
according to l.ugeno Lorton, chair
Him of the committee.
During 'tie round tublo discussion
lnhlch 1... K Uwls, A. C Hunt, J.
il lng ar.il others mrtlclpntod, It
as inserted that If Tulsa would
cet out and tccuro u eomplotu
count sh- uuld show a larger imp
utation 'han Oklahoma Oily. Speak
ers who I awe been at work on the
enumeration declare that they nre
mm-lnced that tho city is easily the
ljwest In t o st ite, and that the
"jffw number of peoplo who aro
missed by tlio cnuincniiura in ui
ot.Iy danger that stands In tho way
t Tuisa having tho best showing In
the federal census when complete.
"Oklahoma ity lias n school pop
ulation nf 19 000, according to It.
U feebly, census supervisor there,''
aid Mr Uuit'iorno. "Tho 11)10 Cei(
M! showed that there wero -1 8
aitulla per school child, which would
malts the present population S5.120.
"But Oklahoma City H exerting
ery effort to prevent Tulsa from
pissing her They aro canvassing
every, block m the city to see that
r.o oftn has been missed and it Is up
to us to do tho samo. All wo need to
pasa them la an accurato count of
every person living in Tulsa, noth
ing more," ho said.
IiutJJ.li not merely the name of
being a bigger city than tho capltul
that Tulsa Is striving for. Tho
larger tho records of tho 1020 een
(U shows her to be the more rep
resentation she will bo entitled to
for tho next 10 years, tho more ftate
road funds she will receive, and ulno
the more federal nld Iflio will obtain
In good road movements and other
enterprises, l-'or theso reasons and
others tho Klvrnnli voted t Indorso
the nrtlvlt.iw nf llm cnnnu cnmmlt-
M tee who aro Btrlvlng to gain for
.9 Tulsa the namo to which they bo
M toe her entitled, tlio largest city
William V Siahl. sif-iklng In the
interests of tlio local boy scouts, ro
i:ea the nvlstaneo that the boys
had rendered during the census, and
every other patriotic, national and
Ivlc move 'Tulsa's biggest prob
lri Is tho boy problem." ho said,
dllarlng that the scout organlza
'IA offered the ideal solution of tho
problem. Ho secured tho Indorse
ment of the club for tho financial
campaign that is to bo waged here
In order that tho city may keep Its
"Tho Law and Order league,"
h!ch has been formed hero with
more than ;,000 members, was dis
missed l.y 8 1 I'lckcrtng, president.
Jl declared that a public official
Verdlot for J 1.300 In favor of tho
plaintiff was returned yvtordny at
thcl conclusion of the trlsl of tho suit
of tho Litchfield Hunk & Trust Co.
against Carl I'leasant, In which
Judgment for tho amount allowed
In tho verdict was usked by tho
Tho petition altegts I'leasant pur
chased a Parsons steam driven
trenching machlno on April 1, 191 S,
but had refused to pay tho notes duo
on tho payment for the machine.
I'leasant testified that becauso of
the failure of tho machlno to per
form the work which tho warranty
of purchase guaranteed, he had ex
pended more than tlio original price
of the trencher In repairs and had
had no satisfaction whalever from
the property, Ho claimed tho bank,
which took the notes which ho
signed, was bound by tho warranty
Just as tho makers of tho trencher
would be bound, but thn Jury, tinder
Instructions by tho court, found for
Wednesday and probably address a
banquet group in tho evening. On
Thursday oeiilng he will pe.ik at
tho rather and Son banquet at the
Klr.it Christian church and Friday
noon will talk to the employes of
tho Cosden plant ut West Tulsa.
HOME BUILDING CONTINUES
lTnnltx Issued Ycsirnlny Indli-ale
neaimy Act I II) Total 910,000.
Ilulldlng nermlta lmwl tit- 'III Ml
Clnrk. city building Inspector, yes
terday totaled about $10,000'nnd kept
an' miiii inn neaunv imntiinir nr.
tlvlty nf Jlje, past week. Host of the
permits covered residence structures,
which indicated that tho builders of
the city are building along the line
of tho city s greatest need, that of
Following nro thh permlln issued
yesfiirduy: T. U How. 31 If, H.-mt
Fourth, residence repairs. J250; 13.
D. Haekathorne. 1218 West First,
residence. 11,600; Nora l.ozler, 2G12
Fast Ninth, residence, IG.000; It. 11.
Tansel. S35 .South Quaker, garago.
$400; Frlck Held Supply company.
104 North Trfnton, residence. $1,000,
U U and D. It. Dates, 1024 South
Troost, residence, $5,000; A. I
Martin, C20 South Zunls, residence,
$R,S0O; C. V. Iteeser, threo residences
at 2115, 2119 and 2125 Kast Glen,
nt $2,000 each: C. C. Jester, 1420
South Norfolk, residence anil garage,
fi.000, 1. ,1. Cunningham, 502 South
Frisco, residence. $150; Mrs. W. C
Ncblett, 62S North Itaclne, $2&i re
pairs. She iiuirrieil a man vthu llinught
lio wiih lietti'r than shi was lictmiiMi
Im'p iiKilhcr ciigliKi-rcd the marriage.
Ni uonrler hor llfo wim uiiliappy.
Stv "Slmcs or Drlde," Alliv .lojc-tVs
iich' pluture Klnllo, tomorrow.
Ator DenlCN ltiiinor.
Il.VDO.V. Feb. J.- -Viscount As
tor is quoted by the Evening Stand
ard today nM denying that ho had
been offered tho food controller
ship, (mo of tho morning newspa
pers printed a report Hint the vis
count had been Invited lo Hiieeeed
fieorge H. ltoberts as food controller.
Dabv'H Utile dresses will lust
simply dazzle If lied Cross Hall Hlue
is used in tno laundry. Try it and
sec for yourself. At all good grocers,
5c - -Advt
Assault Mnilo by Drunken .Mail I'Ihiii
OrrtilMht of Car nt llruncr.
After firing promiscuously with a
revolver into an nulomobllo tand-
Ing beside n Sand Spring street car
John rrlce. a negro, was overpow
ered and arrested nt 1 o'clock Hun
day nfternon after narrowly missing
two occupants of tho car, The de
fendant pleaded nut guilty lo the
charge of assault with Intent to kill
filed against him In tho court of
Justice S, C. MHXoy yeslerday by
Ward Allen, one of two men In the
ear, and was committed lo Jail mi
ller bond of $1,500 for preliminary
Ward Allen, with his son. Clifford
Allen was riding In a Foril truck
and were, stopped by the Sand
Sprlngo tnteriirbnn car nt llruncr
station. Ah the ulreet cur went for
ward. Price. Mild to have been high
ly Intoxicated on Jamaica ginger,
stepped to the rear platform of the
trailer and without provocation fired
three idiot nt Allen and his nn One
shot broke the wlmlrhlold and an
other struck tho metal frame of
the windshield. Tho negro then
Jumped from the street car anil ran
Clifford Allen followed him and the
negro ntlempled to shoot tho loiith
The AllenH and parsetigers from Hi--Mtrcct
car pursued and overpowered
tho negro, and he was brought tu
Tulsa and placed In Jail.
TEACHERS" TbME E TING
Doaril'of lalumtlon M'iiiiIm .tiiMrur
ton in Attend Ciiiiicutloii.
Principals, mipervlsors, the emper
Intendent. and ono board member
from the Tulia puhllc schools were
authorized to attend tlo national
meeting of school superintendents in
Clevoland, Ohio, February 211 '.'.H by
tho board of education of Tuls.-i ves-
ti rdav Only u few nf tho delegates
n. credited from Tutaa however,
...II I I.I.. ... t IU. ....... I l.t ,
will i'i nun' iu iiiii-uii urn iniiv.iiif,
durational problems which de
hiand tho time ntul attention nf
superintendents- will be considered
at ibis seml-centouulal convention nf
superintendents of the National
IMucatlon association. An Interest
ing and valuable program has been
planned mid men and women of na
tional prominence in educational
work will talk nt thn mass asueiii
biles and ltullMdual conferences,
Composition of thn local delegation
is not et decided on, lint Superin
tendent Oberholtzer will bo otic of
Other buslneits transacted at the
weekly meeting nf the board of edu
cation was the autborlratlon of an
addition and rhanttes ill the Lincoln
school building. An advertisement
for bldn from architects will be
mado at once.
Vol,, on lrt'ngiii Sntunlay.
WAHIIINtJTtiN, Fell. 0. -The
league of nations next Saturday will
be wiibmiited tu a 'oeinn leferen
ilnlii'' In ilie third congressional dis
trict of MlxHourl, when deinocri's
and republicans will go to the mat
In the election of a rcprwcn'iillve ceny of an (iverroat valued nt $ii0,
. .... . . 1 t. . -.. .. m k r u.i..l. A1
GIVEN UP TO DIE OF
Hut .Mr. ItaUer Is- Well Now. Peels
Mku Ho Dill nt Slxtcvn
Fat That Shows
Prtalneot (at (hit come" anil slays uhere
. .?".' ' burden: u hlmtranes
.i. . ' .,"J',, "l"011 nliysure. You can
' ill the tat wh.ro it ihowa by taVlng
mr saeh mm and at led time, ono Mar
MU rreitrlralon Tablet. Then llttls b
i.L " " 'le nd harmless as lh
5fi! ' ffestrlptlon from whleh they lake
T.5,0f, liar ni1 fy esie today.
.'''"' oay write direct to the Marmola
inS? I' ' 1 Woodward Art., Deiroit.
2i ... iB .ini" ooJ.bye lo diet
A reli and latAdft.
"One year ico In September I was taVrn
down; couldn't eat, aleep or tfork. The
doctors didn't know exactly what waa the
ni.nicr. Scmn said I had catarrhal cat
Iritis, ami others, cancer. Anyway, I was
Cirn lip to die.
"X friend persuaded mo to try l!llk
Kruulston. In two or three weeks the sore
ness went cut of my lungs, Iho pains
vanished from between rny shoulders, and
I began to eat nnd sleen and work. Alio
the nil.frablo lonesome fir.lng begsn lo
lear liKiie and that heavy weight in the
left sido of mr stomach, that bun; liko
hugo iron ball, disappeared.
"I)y tho tlmo I "bad taken 51 bottles
( could cat anything, sleep liko an in
iant and tho old time inn rame back. 1
felt liko I did when I was 10." I.yman
llaker, lioutf, Ilcrryville, Ark.
(let tho stomach and bowels working
right and most atlnienta start to leave.
Milks K.i.ultlon is' a pleasant, nutritive
food anil a corrective medicine. Jt
stores healthy, natural bowel action, doing
away with all need of pills and vhysics
It promotes appetite and quickly puts
tho digestive organa in shape to assimilate
fend. As n bulldar nt flesh Imt strength
Milks Kmulsion Is strongly recoinmendi-l to
Dint, whom alrkneas has weakened and la
a powerful aid In resisting ami repairing
the effects of wasting dleaes. Chionie
lomai-h Irnubln and constipation are
promptly relieved usually In ono day
This is the only solid emulsion mado, and
an palatable that it is ealen with a spoon
like ico cream. Truly wonderful for weak,
mailer now ,i-,rm yiwir la.p, juu
aie urged to try Milks Kmulsion undor,
this guarantee Take sis bottles homo with
not satisfied wilh tho results, jour money
will bo promptly refunded. Price B0c and
$120 per bollle. The Milks Kmulsion Co,
Trro llsiile Ind. t'old by druggists every
1 4e tested skin treatment
Rtsinoi ii' what you want for your
1? "trb,t KInol to step the itch-hdbqrnmg-Ueiiinol
to htal the
. , i-". a Ilia pent f. o nlm.nl lm
y o effective- for years in.trcatlnff
a. nng worm, itcliinf, burninj;
is i "ort"' ,hat il ,us Income
undard sVn treatment. It tfon-
Ycur drugcist wilt a' te!' y that
Re.iinot OintmeRt is excellent for re
lievinR tlte.imart, itch, and hum of
mofuito-hitcs, and Imtct-Mings. It
soothes and cools iWim bumesi by
wlndorfun. A.I dealers sell Resinol
Mm wh un Rtsitml Sfiavinc
Sluk find nothing lolwnt unneces
Boston Shoe Shop
;20'i S. Main, Over Woolworth's
70 Upstairs Stwcn in 50 Cities
Every Step Up Is a Step Down
lo congress, succeeding Judge
Joshua W. Alexander, appointed a
member of President Wlisun'ti cab
inet. Denim 'livkllig Oirrcoat.
i: Jones, charged with the 4r-
Ihe properly of o. J Church, 1230
South Huston avenue, enterod a plea
of not gulllv nt hn nrraignniont yes
lei-day before Justice il Orny
IIimis romniltteil to Jail under
bund of JliOo for preliminary hear
ing February t.
Comfort Your Skin
With Cuticura Soap
and Fragrant Talcum
fUo phhtrsnl,TJvwm,!V, wrrk.
, ) What to do for 1
"I'upe'H Dlapepslu" by neutrallr.
Inn the acidity of the tdnmiicli, In
stantly relieves tho food Hiiiirlng and
fermentation which luuses Iho
misery-making gnsen, heartburn,
flatulence. fiillnesH or pain In stom
ach and InteKttnes.
A few tablets of "I'ape's Dlapep
sin" bring filer almost as soon as
thev reach the stomach. They liiiip
nnulate disordered sloiiinchis so fa
vorite foods can be eaten without
dlstiess Costs so little at drug
Clearance of Thirty -Eight
New Spring Frocks
We have taken from our reuular stocks,
tltirtii-eiplit handsome sprinn frocks which
we place on sale this inorninu at an
especially reduced price. In the collection,
one man find ''''' hifhest quality
taffeta nuxlels, trimmed exipiisitely and
conforminy to the very newest styles.
There, is one, and no more than twit of
any one model. Broken sizes, of course,
hut then you must see them in order to
appreciate the true value. Very special
sMsMitg'WWiWsssB iJkfltiKmi'F:m '
IW lySmart Slippers I
i'i' 1 t""" Cnnlnii'tol for H
jFI R "V-V". n year iirii hud Bj
t&tl II'.- 1 W ' ,'"-"' .eivV offcixil lo you 1
B Ss" ' "' v''v'S, now at ii iHihl- H
" lo 3 " l,llr' i
I Patent " I
I The Dull jih. Ji I
Spring High Louis -fT M L I
niossom Mllccls 1 in I I
I AVi Arrival of Itlack Kid ill
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1 HJ iriSSICIIff lilll lAIIIHfl. Ml u
t mm, ii I
II -B-tv y-t i Mi. :3 x III
In VMtza J- Bit 111
m simisssssjpsi j,r-;tLtn rj imu m
and Louis heels; all styles mMs&r 1
Worth ,S2 In $.1 more M$&j$p A QZ I
a pair. p isJ
I BLACK BOUDOIRS I
VHItY SI'IX'IAM i
Slightly Imperfect eJ)"" 3
Iliac); nnd Ilrown D
Millionaires who take in roomers!
PLAIN, simple country folic down in
Texas went to bed one night ns poor
us church mice nnd nwoke to find them
selves millionaires 1 But they cannot ac
custom themselves to prosperity. They do
the most extraordinary thinijs'with their
newly acquired wealth. Old Jake Walls
went out and bought himself $4.80 worth J
of bananas, ate them, and then died.
Mrs. Snodfjross, wife of the village doctor
(who hasn't the slightest idea how rich
she is), built n lnrgc wing on the old
homestead so she could take in more
Another old lady whose profits quickly
passed the million mark bought "paw" n
new ax so he could cut the kindling more
easily. And it's rrueJ
Don 't fail to read "Millionaire Made While You Wait", by Frazier Hunt,
'in the new Cosmopolitan
la parent-love a
Great men almo3t invariably have lind unusual
trtothurs or fathers who played n conspicuous part
in shaping their lives. And yet eminent psycholo
gists tell us that the pampering love of parent for
child unless wisely directed can do tremendous
' Harvey O'HiRglns has interviewed oncof the great
est nerve-specialists in America on this vitul problem.
Nothing more amazing and dramatic
has been written about human rela
tionships than "The Love-Image," in
the current Cosmopolitan.
When 'a financier '8 wife
pawns her jewel
Vou won't know until the end of the
Story why she did it. But when tho
pretty young wife of a feeble old millionaire is seen
to frequent a pawnbroker's, and then enter a cheap
lodging-home, being watched by a good-looking
detective well, there's enough mystery, love, ac
tion and high finance in this unusual story to sat
"Her Secret" -by Will Payne ia the first of a
series of the adventures of Ben Bodet, business
detective, who we prophesy is going to talte
rank as one oT the most interesting sleuths of fiction.
Are wives harder
to get along with than husbands ?
Boxer thought so, because, as he told his friend
Charny, his wife had called him a "drunken satyr"
imply because he tried to light his cigarette at an
And Chamy agreed witji him because his wife told
him that he never kept a promise In his life. And
he sometimes did I Gouverncur Morris, in "The
Great Friends," has surpassed himself in this roll
icking story of domestic misunder
standings, nnd how they were
overcome. Don't fail to read it in
this month's Cosmopolitan.
They discovered the
fountain of youth
"Pf ony" Dick and "Overcoat" Bon
nie hud just relieved an oil magnate
But when they went and lost it on the
Derby, they simply didn't have the
heart to go home to Mrs. "Phony," who kept the
cash (and who also kept track of their prowess in
the papers). So" they decided to take a little fishing
trip out California way, and that's how they hap.
pened to discover the Beauty Fountain.
You who have applauded his "Boston Blackie"
lories will delight in this crook story, in a lighter
vein, by Jack Boyle, in the new Cosmopolitan.
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