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title: 'The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, February 15, 1920, FINAL EDITION, SECTION A, Page 11, Image 11',
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l'ULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, KHIHU'ARY 15, 1020,
OF AN ENGINEER
Kc-Mp'i iHm Recommends
Aafut One in City
N0T "BUSINESS" JOB
tl should Bo Ablo
p Water and
. : Problems.
meer should bo
i'v -otnmtdon I" tlio
, . ((hi, members of
i )i'iiliil Hniclnpora,
,,;.mii nt their noon
. Kennedy reatmrmnt
-.tti-ldlatrs who nro
1, in. I!c omrlneerltiK
i be nominated on
i.ldrp of commls
j l nubile property.
i,. in- rmmntsBlonrr of
. nrr of streeln nml
Mu.llld he nit etiirl-
. iHv otifrlnocr Is
. ln- control, nml lio
hleh require tho
. ( r " declared u J.
I'm. ci'minic eonstruo-
a-tt iimW water a'lucduct
, i rlllt'ont supervision
, ,., .,.!, ,nir of water and
n le.-tc-d to that pliico
. i .'Hon should bo a
r i ii e r HhouM wo roc
. rn.r-rer for elty com-
, . Hrr baoklnp; of our
,. n. ludlmr prnotlrully
,. in tho city, would ho
-it of his department for
fonrntw'"" firincer, nirreod that
COpnO' ,i l'in cuiiiiiiiivie'ii mm in.-
I ITU'IT ill illl IIIII.T. Ullll
i business man ns a
would nerd the advice
r Ilo kiiwmN thnt
city commissioner Is
to tiny pity and coin
ti ' '
Sir i f
,f the ill f
Men p '
A. I TflO'i'l '"
f m en
t vital i
-ij.1 in thiTtiwof tho others pres
et IBM T-
ms Of c
!r nil -
is an engineer n a
lie . itv commission
' wm In tho offlco of
cmnot handle prob
tr I' llcn and ropalr, but
i f the city engineer, all
nr itnllteo of two for
i . appointed to consult
tdth the r""' loaders on tho mat
w I, T r Itwrn-f and T. C.
"UEhM frm the- democratic vlsitlm;
orrmit. . J nus ration unit w. w
o.'irw " i: me repiioiienn, anu i.
' i n.l (i nil
V. 11. nr.snoN W in IVIn.lt M . -u
nttondlnc the tialli.iiM exhibit and
nhow of fixture ltianufuctiiret-H nml
AN I4QU1TY docket of 75 Cimeii Ik
not or hcurliiK beforu JuiIku Owen
In Ubitrlrt court So. 2 beginning
MUS. O. I., Hotterstroin. who has
been BPiioUHly 111 for I he pimt cek
at her liumn at 223 South Not-ule, :
U now nlowly rotivelesclUK.
J. 1UUU (IIHIIO.VS, prcHldvnt of
tho Uofntra Mniiiiaeturlnc company
of Tulwi, who hart linen In tho Orient
on bimltuvM, will arrlvo hero today, i
IMSTITIONH mil dlvorie were 1
filed In dlntrlet and nutn'ilor courts
yenletilay by the fnllowliiK plaintiff; '
Noble ThotnpKon amilnst Mary
Thonitmoni fiu.inna Spoer afjalnst
C. T. Speer. I
CIVIIj TKttM of county court he
KlriH March 1. and a criminal term of
morn than 100 canes 1 net for he.ir
iliB beforn Judgu V. 11. William be
Kiunlni; March IS.
UMI1ATI3 OF J.trid.lC kod
111 n milt filed In dltdtict court ve
torday by tho Slnclulr OH llefln
UiK Co., at;alnnt tho treasurer of
Tulna county, tho plaintiff clalm
InK they paid tsjcoM in this amount
In excmi of tho lawful levy.
MAUKIAC110 MOIINHKS wero bi
mied to tlio followlnir yoHterday by
tho clerk of tho county court' John
1). loper, 25. and Uuira Moss, HI,
Tulsa; Hay Newoll, 22, nnd LotilNe
Hray. 19, Hand Hprlnw; Harry Ume.
21, OkinulKuo, and Howena Patter
on, 20. 1't. Hcott, Kiui.: a O. Onr
bey. 25, and Ida Fowler, 17. Hed
l'ork; Orady Hherrlll, 1R, and llertha
lluffalo. 18. lllxby; William F. Han
Kott. 20, Portland, Me., and Francis
B. (Jmy. 15, Tulsa; Alien Hmlley, 23.
and Letinull lieeknar, 20, Tula:
Waller Powell, 27, and Martha M.
Smith. 33. oilton; Wilbur I. Law
ton. 27, Kt. John, Kan., and Miunle
A. Hall. 2S. Tulsa; John Ilcrkman.
Z3. walnut Hill, Kan., and
limner, 22, Sapulpa.
Memorial Program at tin?
REACHING THE GOAL ".riiST-iSSC
Mr p.mi ItuniM') wile nf l(
Paul 11. nniHi. a IoohI deiillt
died je(erdu eenllir HI til" (l
delicti. UII South Detroit. 1'unerni
HrianKCUienljt Imve not yet boon
mud. Hurvlvuis urn thw huiibaiid.
a -'-nr-olil son. Paul Humany, Jr .
a Imliy, John Marshall Hn imy. it
mother, Mrs. I )'., Marshall; i elK
ter, lktther Marnhull, and a brotlo i
SOLDIERS TO GET INCREASE1;
pllN III 'IIiom- Who llmo nTs1
(MCl-MHH Sllll. .Illl), llllll.
AHIIINUTuN. I.I. II K.d
. I lets Who have rl.nl ircrCHS
'nil... Jol 11. l'i. will reeil.c an
lin'iertse if fc'O pel , .'ill tin llnii cn
I lc biUHS ni IiinI.'.hI uf .'ii .dil Nil."'
I'HV aillh.irli. il , lui In, the win LI
war The ii . Ii.iw.n.'i i- nut
I HU1 foi N.'l . In I Ii
1 ,i . . , I'm. V., . Hi
ill 1 1 n .!. .1 ii i' rr....i -.(
OlUI 111 .iiniMMI Wl.ll. C Wll Mil II. I
.tiin I. ik im ut in. I i lint
w li r. . n iii'l'i '.I 'inli I I ."".
. .Ml In ''. I ' le th i-i.tl'liH.
.Iimef 1 Infill. mil H.I .. le.'l.ril f'T
Hie i !..". ..f I i"l mason H w.ik
n.n ... il lit l.tiii. 'lp 111 wl.e.l .'
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W 1 ' II' i' .h
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Mi- ihi .. in.. ut i 1 1 n
iln I u i.i'H r..'., h.,d ir"iiilii'. in
i in- i . i.r i . ' .in Kin Hi ir 1 1. k . t-.
N. . i i . ' l In i I.. u .1 Id Ii i . . i
e.(u ,1'nil Hull .Iprnunl i iitlrin uf pop
III ii" fawn, .ili.l vei f. .v th
innil f i III..IM. I I . l m I, l i ci ilnn
.((he, w h. ii lliitininn p'vh In , i huiiki on l'elituir ?. in.
'.iii.'Hi. h.,ll liiin.lri'.ls imn ! I. I iippwr nt th f"..n cntli.n h ill
i Al O ll. II I'll (It
I bote., i hat i Ii
i . . . . .
Il'ifniann l i.n' f ibe n
ln.,,k'.l for a . on . 1 1 ii ie
nun l. It.tlH-ii II,, ii-,. . '
Worid I'rolubiMop Has Htvn
Uonioved From the Uealm
t'iiiien.1 -ei vl. h for- Mr I H
Tale, who died nt Kniims t'll l'i i I
day, will be held at the. Mowlira
umltrtaklni; chapel at 2 o'clock thi.- ,
aftetnoon. with He C V. Kerr ol ,
the First Ptesb) lei'liiii church, of
flcliitlim lliirlnl will he In Horn) Hill
(emoleij .Mrs Tate whs III." wife
of J. It. Tate, 'former chief account
ant for the Hlnrliilr Oil .V (.Ins Co.
(Mr. and Mrs Tate lived here about
a year movitiK to Kansas City the
fimt of the yein Mrs. Tale was In
the late twenties. Sim leaves a t-jear-olil
son, nibble Tate, her bus
band, and her father, Mr. lllrd, who
The funeral uf Mis. Vnlliey Ham
lllnti. fur two jears and a half a
tenuher In the Hunice Mann school
will lake place at the Mowbray uu
dsrtuklni; chupsi ut I u clock thin
afternoon. Itev. L. . llarton, paxlor
of the liiMton Avenue M. II church,
of which Mrs. Hamilton was a mniu
ber, win he in charge of the erlc..s
ami InirlHl will ho iimile in I (,.,. Illl,
c.inieterv Mrs, Hamill.iii died at
the leslilence, HJr, South Chcjenie,
Friday nlKlit, after an nines of two
woeks. .Mrs. Hamilton tjiuKht sue
rslely in the third, fourth and
fifth Ktadvs hi Hora.e Mann. belnK
promoted each ear with her pupils.
She was married here on July 1,
1917. lo Volnc) lUmlMon id IM
moud. Hkl.i. .lrn Hiimllton. who
W'Os 2R ears of iijje. was formerh
of Italliff. Mihm. She Is siirvlveil b
the hiisbiind. N'.ilney Haiulltoii of
Tulsa; the mother, Mrs. V S.
Hrown of Fulton, Mlas., and a sister.
Mrs. I. HevaUKlin of Itatllff, MUkn.
Tribute will he paid to France 11
Wllls.nl, the famous tnmperance
worker, at the niitiiial I'tanees 1',
Wlllnrit iiienuirl.il program of the
North Side Women Christian Tem
perance union In the. 1'nlted Presby
tortan church, North Cheyenne nnd
Cameron, at 7. If, o'clock Wednes
day (luinln. The life work of Miss'
Wlllard will 1m sketch, d by Mrs. A
C. llancroft, president of the fed- '
ei-.ited W. C. T l"s of Tulsa, and
Mm. Abblti It. Hillermiui of Sapulpa,
tate pienldent of the V. C. T. C .
will give xoine facU about the world
prohibition will, h was Ml, Will
lard's K'.al. The Central ami Hunt
Side W. V T. I' 's of Tulsa have been
specially invited to the meeting and
friends of the movement are also
In accordance with the custom In
aiiKurated after Miss Wlllard' death
an offering for the Frances H. Wll
lard memorial fund wilt be taken. I
.Mkis VYllMiil reiiiMtul that no
monument be erected to her. but that
her followeiw. If they wldhed, nilKhl
create a fund to perpetuate her
The proKiam will be a follows:
Devotions Mr. .1. II. W'iUon.
Itoll call Names of the 41 nations
Mary I federated In the world W. C. T. 11.
Sona; "Victory Hells" Mrs. Paul
manner, .mis. ti. v Iukiip. Mm. T.
EFFORT FOR THRONF FAILS m. Hatie nnA Mr, tietiy.
1 "Llfn Work of Fronceji K. Wlllard"
-...i n- i ,. TT" ,, ... -Mri. A. C. Ilancioft, president of
Charley Trlc.1 to l.iucr Iliiiiuiuy lint lllH ff.(it.rut,.(i w. r T. r Tu.H.
Will lolled III AllcnilM, "The Memorial Fund-Its Ifse nn.l
ni'DAPKST. Feb. 14 Clrrnm- i Some ltesultH" Mis. A. II. Iliihl ot
statitlal detaJIs have been rovealed
ot n plot by which it is aliened
former Fmperor Charles made a fu
lllo attempt to enter Hungary under
a false pmrtport tuid re-establish
himself on tho throne.
Documuntary evidence said to ho
In the hands of tho government. In
dicates that It has been planned for
tho ex-empuror to cross tlio Austrian
frontier under the name of Kasper
Kovacs, accompanied by three other
persons whose Itlcntltv h:ii not bpen
Mr. Thorn the , deflnltoly established. Then ho wa
to proclaim his return with the ex-
r M V
id. m n'l
yf 1 fullil hnvo been oh- poctatlon that his fonnor subjects ! hlK the
-ijri-il wii't r irtv leaders, It was as- would support him, It is declared. , World"
r((l, lui ''r.Ht! fire belnff tnado to It Is ullcRed that the plot was ar-
Kl In tou. ' i"i the leaders of each I ranged by Colonel Lohar who him Jurt
iirty In a' ff..rt to arouse Interest i bcon natned governor of Wist Hun
'nUicncr ,t of nppolntlnif an en- gary, and by .Mlnlwtcr llentlncky. tho
flr.w Ii p m ity lmpi-ovoiiient in-. latter havlni; attempted. It is assert-
crn.ll cr a bti-liicsM man. . ed, to have tho p.uport.s vled. The
i Swiss consul to whom npplicailon
filies Seat ti Woman. (wag made, however recognized the
OlTIIUin, Feb. 1I.--W. T. VTnl- photograph of tho ex-emperor. It Is
pr can.llilatc for tho delegation said and reported the matter to tho
'-cm the Fifth district to tho national authorities.
"pjbli. jn cntenilon. today with-
'rtv from he ra.-e In favor of Mrs. Sixteen Tourists Dead.
' S rloreoiv of Mnrshnll. president SAN UKMOS. ltalv Feb 1 (
f the State Fcdorallon of WonienV fllavas) Sixteen tourists with killed
'jls. I and 21 others Injured when n motor
1 bus fell Into a river while traveling
t'erumn petroleum rungs next to j from TaggU toyrlora. neor here Tim
Kussian for the quality of lubricants newspapers Bay tho bad condition of
iciiU tho read wna responsible
Tulsn, tnte treasurer of the W. C.
"Fre-ly atve" Mrs
Lindsay, president of
county W. C T. V
Spe. lal rnu.sl- Quaitelte.
Illsliity of the Pol siiit Petition"
Mii Id. i U'jK.ind uf iulsa, slate
orgnnlv.er nf the W. C. T. I'.
"Faels ConcernliiB World Prohibition"-
-Mm. Alllo II. Hlllerman of
Saimlpa. sLite piesldent of the W.
C. T. r.
National temperaitre soiik "Wlnd-
hltc Itiblion Around the
The body of ltn McD.nliel, nc
comtiutiled by hi niulher, Mrs. Lydla
McDHiilel. will arrive here at
o'clock Tiiesdm mornimr. aciK.nl-
I Ing lo word received by Mi Homer
I.llali I) 1 ""lfl and Mr Ceorge Curponter
tho Tiils.i ' "f ,1,lH c"'''. aunts of Hie deceased
i Funeral services will be held III the
I Stiinley-McCune undertaking chapel
at V o Clock l uesday afternoon, with
Lev. Meade Dutt, pastor of the First
Christian church, officiating Mr
McDanlel, who was 20 years of age,
died Tuesday., l'Vbruiiiy 10. at
Phoenix, Ariz lie live.) In Tulsa
three years ago. Mis. Harry tlllbcrt
of l.lltli) Itoek. Ark., and Mrs llenrv
Kilmer of Tryon. Oh In. minis ut
Mrs MeDanlcl, and F M McDanlel.
an uncle, are now In the 'it
Spring Barley Seed
We are unloading a car of Spring Barley.
Parties wishing this seed call early as it is going
ARTHUR & McCUNE
127 West First St. Phone Osage 137, Cedar
TALKS ABOUT HIS
iiK.iiil (..ii a War t.uliic
I'ihiiiiU on t irtriiloiti' mid
Mi K D .lone residing :
pcrl.4 hi.til, Tuish iiklii, win. im
of Inn brat kno n machinist, m
section iuid i now uipIom.i i
-mnnnni .Mstlnne wmKf m.1,1. i
follow ll.H lliler.'StlllK SlUteln. ii I
K'lidlnit the IxmeHis his w.f. ..la un
1 1 in lh use of nigalone
'Since ItikltiH OlKat.eie 1 1 . .1 ' nienl
inv wife Is all uf I i pound-. I..' i l 1
mid ahc now - looks Ilk" a differ. 11
Momui. S.-vei.ii month nxo 1-I1, l"
Ritn suffiring Willi ltidl'-tliiii 11..1
'lorVOU illnildcls AlllloiiKh 1.1
nsi'rt m mv dlffer-m nieill.li. - and
tresilineins lomg to icei n-lief i-li.
rrndiliillv trew woric Kli- ij.n so
lie colli. In I en 1 mi. Hung seiii.-l..
and what Ih did mi i-.iu.e.l ni si
niost .'niisluiit suffeiliiK Hun wnu'.i
fi.im on her s4otns.ii rlnbi ,iini
mealw, nnd she would utf.-r wuh
pnlnrt whloh well- v.-iv s.-tetv She
had terrible lien. la. lie-, and wonhl
Hcl vi ry m i wins In fil l, sho woe
v run-down li. whmi i able in an
any kind uf wotk ut iH
"We had been 11-11. llun so msii of
Die eiiilol-seineiiis in I he pupei nboui
'rKuliiiiu ticjtnierii .111,1 m i.isi .1,--.ided
to Klvt. It s I1l.1l And we an
mighty Kknl we did. Ilminstly I
wouldn't take any amount of moiu-v
for the good Ibis meritorious uiedl
ilne has dun., mv wit In Hie past
fuw months She got better befoie
she finished her first 1. 0:11,. mid noili
1 11 if she has e.ilen fur several week
has In. ill. led her in tile Iinim she
luu. take,, IIV' tiotllHit uud Mia it has.
lic-cn iniiiiv a dnj since he fell ..
well ua she docs now Tlie hen. Inch.
adn n.-rvoiisneas hav illaii,i.iirod,
he sli-ps flee, enlu)s her ni.-als and
work him never rnnitihilns of an
tioiiblm t all. Urgrfiono li:is cer
tainly proven its worth in my wife s
case nml We think II Is without ,111
oiKHtoiv I" not a ni-nll,.,; patent
or secret reined) bin ,1 now seien
llfle treatment nlmoluielv ti.e Hoin
tilcohol in .mv form nnd is sold 111
Tulsa h) Ito.v It lielm.m's llexiill
stote exclusively, under the personal
direc'loii of .1 spfs-ul iirgnlon.. ip
len.iitjtlv. inher agents sre (be
l;exi.ll stoie Wi TtiKi nid ;i.e
Wnnil-iiwens I .rug ' loie s.io.ilpa
$m ' eta
U, 'I. It
f .4 .y 1.
Very Unusual Selections
In Correct Furnishings
For The Living Room
' JZ-riffl.s. r ..mWl , '.IP fl
H. . 1 I t V "Sm. UrT ., I
Many new arrivals in fitrnixhiitux for the living
room await approval at Mayon' The introduction
of one or two of these appropriate pieces may
completely transform the liviny room of your
Mayas want you lo feel free lo coml' and see the.
display, even Ihouyh you may have no thought of
What a beautiful little home it is now possible to make without having to go to a
Here we have a splendid selection of the" best quality period suites in handsome, de
signs which will appeal to your discriminating tastewhich you'll bo proud to own
and enjoy living with.
The small home, tastefully furnished, can bo made more cozy than a. mansion.
Three-piece Wicker Suite in frosted brown finish, upholstered in tapestry, just
the thing for the small living room. 350
Three-piece golden brown suite, 72-inch settee, chair and. rocker to match; uphol
stered in good grade of tapestry, $187. Library table to match, $5.
Chaise lounge, chair and rocker to match, in frosted brown finish, very pretty
tapestry upholstering. Three pieces, $200.
Chaise lounge and rocker, round reed, ivory finish. Two pieces, ,S7.';J.
Home of PA THE PHONOGRAPHS and RECORDS
M'one Ostiyc 733.
IIS Hast First St.
flume Osiitc 32(12
Tailored as You Want Them
SUIT AND OVERCOAT
Regular $85 Values
EXTRA TROUSERS Same Material if Desired
This sale is greatest value giving event
in t,he city today investigation will
prove the fact.
It will pay any man to make an invest
ment of two or three suits and a new
overcoat at the price .of .$58 --next sea
son you'll pay almost double the price
for the same woolens. Blue serges are
The Cutting and Designing Department
will give you a service unexcelled -first tryon in 24 hours. Your suit and over
coat will bear the "Joe Eagle" label, which denotes the utmost in clothes "Tail
ored as you want them."
Investigate These Suits and O vercoats Tomor
row The Time Is Short
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