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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920.
Western League Season Opens ;ANADARK0 MEETS
April 20; Closes September 19 1 TULSA BASKETERS
nr ni:w ohm:.ns.
Northern Clubs to Open
' in South; Omaha to Bo
TWO HOLIDAY DATES
Clarence Roland May Mnn-j
nc St. Joseph Club, 1
ks-a- city:, Feb, is Tho
nsttrn -ague's eeuson thin year
iii or' Pr" 20 ftni1 rlty, H,,p"
,,(, t i' was docldcd at u meet
i, f h, ( tub members hero today,
v it " was m,l(ln ta the
,r,i Oii f a manager for tlio Ht
Tft.li . I'ib to succeed Cozy Dolan,
So rerr-tiy signed, with thn Chi
.to Milipnals. Tho namo of
ttf Itiwland. former manager
f do t White Box, was being
ii.A ci 'wnR games will lo an to-
, u w i. announced:
s Jos th nt Oklahoma City;
ro-aha Tulsa: Sioux City at Jop-
nnl nt Molnc.i at Wichita.
The t lowing holiday games also
Pc ora'i"" days Okjahoma City ut
Tiif.i Vie bita nt Joplln; HI. Joo at
,,'nh Hluux Clly at Dcb
S' , Tn.sa at Oklahoma City,
leolin ,r Wichita, Omaha at St. .loo
,nd tc Munes at Btoux City,
Labor day Joplln at Omnha,
Wichita Tulsn, Sioux City at Okla
Vorna Cily nnd Des Moines at St.
0. R. MOGULS CONFER
I'ortponnl Schedule! Moetlnc (if IM
Hunday to llo Held Stimlny
ut Pnncii Clly.
will In TImi World,
PONT.V ITY. Okla.. Fob. 17.
Tl schedule mooting of tho O-K
ioJUuo ban been powtponed until
tfl Sunday, -Whetr It will bo held
m ih itw.iL chamber of commerce
offices. The heavy snow storm.
!hlt prevailed hero Sunday, pro
ttnttd he representatives comlnR
from 'he several towns 03 per
There were 20 persons prwwnt,
however from Knld and Ourbcr.
bfh of which want franchises.
Judfe M t" Onrber represented
KdW And his brother. Hon Oarbor,
ma the representative from the
Mrn.of that name. Oilier towns to
U represented next Sunday will bo
TVrillnirton and Arkansas City, Kan.,
Xtwklrk, lllaokwcll and perhaps
Oothrle. "Lin" Smith, who Is the
property of tho Philadelphia Amer
icans, will plteh for Ponca City
anln this year, nnd it understood
Out there will bo a hold-out Nn
,.oiml leaguer also on this team.
GAMBLING NOW COSTS $6
Last Season's Champs to
Clash With Locals
Tulsa and Anndarko high school
TuIh.i boxing1 bHkt,lla" nulntct. lending con-
.r.ti,uiii .(..rn1 tenders for the slate title, clash to-
rier.ln rnn 1 "W" n v, local court at S:15,
yeMcrday c o n ,V(,ek, TMg ono of lho ,.lrtloM, !
Kt-utiilntliiB U l(tM for the frltmton and oi.miii of
Mc( al.e. local lHo yf,lr nm, HhouM bo a blttarly
m I d d I c .', fotiht miino.
who deflated Atwdnrko win the frtaln Hehnlas-
INdll Homiin In u tic ".mmploiudilp last seawm.
li-ronmi iioui in iDrmiKli wlnnliiK thn Mine loiirnn-
IMellir, Wedni'H nirnt nl I'rlinnn.l i. ml .uiiuru l,i TSilu...
day nlfc-ht Mr- ttnlRht with a miund liihict from
Viui if one 01 .mt Heiison. which Ih the most Im-
Uic moM populur prrMlve record of any WkIi t1iiM)l
Ut i to 1 1 it ciiiliiift In lho dlute.'
iuke thiH ,'.ty nau-H imuwpir have doel-
hts lioaJiiuarterK opril rr,p(iiy (ln pa, tno mi,tiig.
l'w arc the Dux- OnfealH over ovornl Icidluir flven
iilaclni? thrni m line for tli Okla
niniriii (thamploiirflvlp, Knld, llartlrs-
viiic, .MiiNKogee. ,len.k, I'ort Smith
and Band Sprlncs are Home of the
victims of the Tnlna eniern within
thr pmt few weoks,
CiKieh Hall last night aniiounced
the probable lineup an follows;
Carter and Vornon, forwards; AVel
nHike, center; Kecso and Shaffer,
crs ,vho after bclnir knocked nut
rotuln the folloulnu of fans In their
Inne city Yet that 1 whai Hilly
.IcOabn did. McCabo took the eouiil
from Homaii In tho flfUi round of
their 8'a.fMtiK rd hore n-veral eeks
ffo, local In xlntf etithusjiila weiv as
strongly for him as before. After
o.l5urnlnp In Tulsa a fow -e?kfi Mo.
Cabo became a fn'eat favorite, anil
Ills many well wishers hero are (trat
Ifled by Mm vlelorv over ttoman.
nillv'', poiiularlty -tai enlly rx
plulrvcdT lie Is a battler who always
Riven t3tn Uiya win, tny thr smackH
a ni, for theli inonci Out of the
ring, itlll Is a gentlemanly, quiet
chap, and doserves all the popular
ity that is hb, In Tuls.u
Kid Sp.iclc, TiiKi bantamweight
may soon Inavo' local haunts, Thuro
1 a well founded rumor that tlio
"nnwriboy cliamplon" may ho taken
east by several eiiHtei-n boxing ,n
thuslastH Who saw Spack work In a
recent engagement llu Tulsa,
Vhctlicr 'tthp Tulna boy lias u fu
tyro In tho ring Is a subject of dis
pute. There aro those who nay hu
has not defeated thoso of great abil
ity and that a tough boxer wouln
beat him. Hut Snack baa shown
sdondid Improvement In tho past
year. Ho h.ia tint only increased in
cleverness and ring gonornlMhlp but
he bus developed a sturdy punch and
the ability to assimilate punishment.
1'roucrlr handled by men ' who
know thu boxing game, who will pot
push him too fast snack run a fu
ture In the ring, providing ho will
lake care or Himself nnu not i-i
wluil succci'B ho wilt have go to hl.i
We don'l simnoio It was premedi
tated, rirr that there is any signifi
cance attache d, but Jut before
Senator Uobert I.. Owen addressed
tho state democral'io convention at
Muskogee a fow days ago tho band
Played "I'm forever blow-Inn bub
Three $5 and Costs J'lnea YeMcrduy
Am Dealt nut bv Judim AVarron
Joe Baker, 1-om Charley and Joe
Cmnon woro fined JD ' and costs
ohv In municipal court yesterday
ifler their cafces had been continued
HVr&l rlflXH on varloUM oxcusr-s.
' They ar lhre of lho 13 arrested
.anwtPK io r gamoung. uaKer oper
i(m . hotel on Kant Admiral.' Hay
Walsh, who Is alleged to havo "never
done n day's work In thla life,' oc
Mrdlcg to several policemen, was
41cbarj;d after being arrested by
Di(otlve Curmlchuel and Wolfo
Thirty-two fines woro assessed
taterday by Judgo Warren, most of
tt culprits tielng women. Four
cum wero continued and four dls-
Carl Phillips, negro, was
V4 115 and costs for petit larceny.
Jhd Vfton, who Is serving a 270-
term for various offences was
cetfsed 0f further petit larceny
'rlLfrdaV ullp.1 flti nrlHItlfinnl ,1111111.
"ly Of merchandise was Identified
W ore of the owners ilb having been
Tulmi llrm Accuseil.
OKTAIinTA rtT In.
'"ts-jf natural gas,' falluro to 'file
01 iptenuon to drill and fall-
5, ptutlon Issued today ngalnet
uManonia ynuicate limited
t'T.wnyof Tulsa. Hearing was fixed
tor February 24,
lM Heads Salvation Apiieal.
. .. I'eo. in. rranh-
N IJine. W in roltrcs nil Viirrih 1
Elti cI,ialrmilnKnlP ot th
v.. .iiuijr n HPuonn nomq tVTV
UPDeal.tMav lit In ,i
Jlnli optical Co. Advt.
PRITCHARD DEFEATS C0SDEN
ttnko nil Tliroo IVanu.'S In V. M. C.
A. Howling Iwiguo Loht Night.
C. M. PrltOhard bowlers won
from tho Cosdon OH company uuln
tot In. straight rrames ln'the TCj M.
C. A.- Icaguo Inst night. Kuhn of C.
M. Prltchard wan high with1 S 14.
PrHchard 1st 2nd
Cornwall ....13f 153
Wells 143 1SS
Nelson . ..,I7G 148
Holl'worth ..181 1.11
Tola! ....801 7(il 84 i 2,403
COSDB.V 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl.
lAOUl 160 146 1DU 462
ChlldH '..153 126 168 447
Smith 13r 149 130 417
YYUttS ,1.17 144 132 433
Algiers 130 189 1R1 433
7T.S 75 1 S00 2.312
If Bilious, Constipated
or Headachy, take
Foel grandl Clean up lnaldo! Your"
system Is flllod with liver and bowel
poison which keeps your skin sallow,
your stomach upset, your head foggy
ana aching. Your meam aro turning
Into poison and you cannot feel rlgbt,
Don't stay bilious or constipated.
Fool Rnlonilld always by taking Cas-
caretH occailonully. They act without
griping or Inconvenience. They never
sicken you llko Calomel, Salta. Oil or
misty, harsh rills. They cost so little.
too cowards work wnue you sicop,
road to go,
friend to know,
thought to make you smile. . , r
load to bear,
song to share
Oh, isn't life worth while?
If you are not seeing the sunny side of
life let us brighten your outlook with a
pair of properly fitted glasses.
JLAtgl ASSES XV
THE INVISIBLE RirOCAU
IF YOU NEED BIFOCALS
ARCADE DEFEATS FIRESTONE
Win I1rl and Third IYiiiimt. In
Tulsa Howling Ix-iiguc Ixist Night
Arcado bowlers wort the first and
third framoM nnd victory over tho
Firestone Tiro rollers In tho Tulsa
league last night. Morgan of Arcade
wnq high Individual toller with 618
Firestone. 1st. 2d. 3d. Total
rohxr 221 194 nr. r.r.o
Ooldberry 160 1R9 20.1 f.32
Garrison 17.1 178 102 513
r.aws 171 181 160 MS
Walsh 200 18S 161 549
Total 92S. !13 831 2672
Arcade. 1st. 2d. 3d. Total
Quintan 183 lit 160 49!)
Hoot '....ISO 138 182 610
Itborer 174 1K6 167 497
Morgan 22P. 222 171 618
Urown 162 201 J72 C35
Total 910 801 S58 2659
J in win Wilde Scores a
Knockout .Over Russell
.1 HUSKY CITY, N. .!., Feb. 19.
Jlmmy Wild., of r.nglanil. Hrlttsh fly
wiilght boxing champion, scored i
knockout owr .lleky uuhioII. a local
b.intamwclght, when the hitter's
manager acknowledged his fighter's
defeat bv the throwing of a towel
Into tho ring In tho seventh round.
The match was for eight rounds.
First Iluce. Three Furlong -Hen- j
alot, (Hreyer) first, Thn Moor,
(Stuck) second; No Fooling, (l.yke)
third. TlnM U 3 Huddle Keali,
lliuipy und Alberta S. also run.
Soooml It.ice, Six Furlongs--11011-land.
(Morris) first; Hounding
Through; (Wlda) secnml. W,ll
Street. (.M)cis) third. Time. 1.20.
Foxs Choice, Miss Sterling, Prosper
ous Haby, Kmmn J., Ivorfhage, Pas
time nnd Margery also nm,
Third rtace. Six Furlong- Huron
II, (SSoeller) first Fire Place. (Stuck)
second; Peggy C, (Koiinml)) third
Time, 1 21 Sentimental, White
Haven, Prliiio Douglas, Viola Huff,
nev. I5lh. lleorgo Washington and
Alex (letz also inn.
Fourth Haco. SU urlonics Klrnh.
(Collettl) first: lliirlev Waters. (Sal-
ailln) second, Mid la, ( lllelicreok)
llilnl Time, 1 111 lllilille, Hob
Haker Hlosty. AlrKrelto. Kezlah.
Je.ni K James 1'. Ciimmlngs und
Uuck Shot iiIho ran
Fifth Haco, Mllo nnd Sixteenth
Hen Hampsnn, (Hurk) first; Hlun
Thistle, (Hutu-ell) second; Arbitra
tor, (Stack) 4hlril. Time, j.r.u. Sasln,
Cadlllao, Mar Tom. Sky Pilot and
(licit Uolly also run.
Sixth Itace. Mile and 70 Yards
lladialn, (Wright) fuse; Iwlnlwln.
(rioece) soconii: niaastol. (Itodro-
iiiio) third. Time. 1:53 1-5. Fore
closure Orovo A., Triumphant and
Urtiery nlso run.
sevontii iiaco. mho anil S x oenlh
Loronii Mimi. (Smith) first: AkIpo,
(Plerco) second: .lunnlta III. (Itlch-
reek) thlril Time. I Kft 1-5. lluold
Stride, Flantior. I-: Hey. Uundreiiry
and Kittle Hiring nlso inn.
First ltai'o, Threo nnd Ono-llnlf
Furlongs Hazel V 110; Josephine
IC, 110; Mlrts Adrlanno, 15; Aunllo
May. 115: ClflLrlotlo C. 115: WH-
homn, 115: Fading Stnr. 115; Vera
rwlforil. 115: Maudlo Wilson, 115;
Morning FueY, 115.
Second ltace, six liiriongH - Sho
Devil, ,103; Crumbling lua, 103;
Tier ltoe. 103; Verity. 102; Willi-
pan, 106: Hop over, 108; Frances
Star, 10S; Uln. 108; llelnin, 10?! lies
Hie Atkln, 108; Huron II, lit: .1. P.
House, 113; Itronncr, 113: Mitrliell
May, 113: Miss Orb, 103, Mack tlar-
ncr. 113: Harry Kuddcr. 13, Mara-
rnlrd Hnro. nvc and (ino-llair
I'irlongs Oilli-o, 93; Fltabe 96.
Arch Plotter, 96; Hidden Jewel. 98;
iwlnlwln, loo: Mauras (lingnum,
100: Tliursday Nlgbter, 100; Chester.
field, 101: Honestelle, 102; Sabretnsh,
103: poultney, ins; a. n aikiii, 107:
Pubhadar. 107. HIalse, 107: Oroon-
mint. 107; Sherman A, 98; Archln.
.Ucxaniier, 92: uixio uarroii. iu&,
Fourth Hace, Six I'Tirlnngs- Main.
en Voter, 98; 'Hounding Through,
101; Talisman, 101; Challcifger, 103;
Jean militant, 103; Hally Hell, 103;
Vim, 03; Satana, 103; Cormoran,
PITCHING BAN TO MuttMcKee and Bob Hughes KENDALL wins
I INCREASE HITTING in Semi-Windup Next Fridays
How to Use
To Prevent Flu
Flu Germs Arc Breathed In.
Inflamed Air Passages
Make Ideal Breeding
Grounds For These Germs,
KEEP AIR PASSAGES OPEN
Melt n Mltlo Vick's Vnimltub In a
Spoon Xighl ami Mnrnluir anil In-
luilc Vnpon .Mm, Aply I'p the
-osirlis .si-vcnil Times a Day, !
pcclally .Iut Hcforo llclng Kv
iscil In Cmiuh,
SIC SO. MAIN ST.
llu TliLs Your Is Milder,
While wo know very llttio more
about the f(u now than wo did last
year the germ Itsoit lias never been
poslttM'ly idtntlf vd stall most au
tlnorftles ngree tliat the flu germs
aro breathed In. If tho system la In
good yhapo and Oito membrano or
lining of the air nomiucs 1s in
healthy "undltlon Uleso germs arc
A good plan Is to molt a UUIe
Vick's Vnpoijub In a spoon nlgnt
and morning, and Inhale tho vapors,
alsoapply a llttls up tho nostrils
scvei-il times a day especially Just
ueiore being exposed to crowils.
Trrnt All Colds Priunntlr.
Above nil, keep free from Colds,
us nobis Irritate tho HnBrig of Nio air
pa.tjui;cs aril make tnem real breed
lug grounds for germs. Prompt use
in vick-s vnpouui) aias in prevent
mg cows. I'ur head eolns, tore
throat or hoarseness, rub Vlck s well
over (ho throat and chest and cover
with a v.Tirm flannel cloth. FVir deep
cheit oolds. sovcro soro throat or
bronchitis, hot wot towols should
first bo applied to tlio throat, ohest
nnd baclt lietwoen tho shoulder
t)l.ide to open thn pon. Then
Vick's should be rubbed In over the
parts until tho skin Is red suread
on thickly and covered with two
micKnowes or hot flannel cloths
I-eavo tJii clothing loose around the
neck, so the vapors, released by Uie
uony nmt, may bo treeiy inhaled
Tlieso vapors, Inhaled with ivach
tireath ctrrj' tho medication dlroct-
Iv to the rungs and alp passages.
tho ssrno time Vick's Is nbsorhod
tlini nnd stimulates tho skin, thus
aiding to relievo tho congestion
Um" of litlernnl Trontmcnt for Colds
Vlck t Vnnoflub Li the discovery
nf a North Carolina druggist who
found how to combine in salvo form
the standard tlm tested remedies,
Camphor Menithol KiKalyptus
Thymi . etc. so that whon tho salve
li apriled to tno ooay neat, inw
ingredients arc noTaica in tne rorm
Vlok's Is naitlcularly recommend
od for cMldren's croup or colds,
ulnco It Is externally applied nnd
therefore can " used freely, and
often wlthput tho 6llglttit harmful
Th best ovldcncn nf the value of
Vick's is tho steadily Increasing
number of people who navo been
oonvoptort tn the use or tnis -out
Heclnnlng wfth the customers of
sma 11 retail dtug store, tho use
vlok's has itrown year by year-
state by Mate until now more than
17 million Jars are used annually.
And Uhla In spite of tho fact that
Vlck' In a new form of treatment
to r.innv folks In the north am) west
Emery Ball and Spit Ball, ''"r M,.hi.u. i, i kiiik
. . j st ii n "'p Hai on'K.i K it Hniwii !
Y1C IN Ol Hiyillb, OitJS iround enitngimtni here next F,ldn
'night is 'fr''iiiR uhnt whould
j one of the biHti iioMng ourds put on
liArn fi. d l.iiii. lltn Mr MflllllOft
M1W YOltK. Fell 19 "Tlio ban ltl nliyKl jilitx.iiiirt.il lliat i-liMilllir llf
on freak pitching Is hound to on-U jp. round seinl-u Inilup bloi'ii
crease thn effectHenesi of pltelmrs fMull MeKee of Oklahoma Cltv audi
who nine neen iiepeniimg on an in
tho various trick deliveries," do1
flared "Wild Hill" Dimiivsil. liiiin-
imcr of the Jersey City club, former
Hohht lluhe nf N'ou Orlimns
TlicXc Iwnlamni'lgtlts, two of the
IiiiiiIIiik boys In the oii-thweil, Imve
fcHighi evsial BciiMilunal dm us
pilot of the Yankee und once a starlne here Isst uniinep nnd one si
pitcher, wllli Detroit, today in dls-
ciiHdng rci'i nt legislation against
"freaks" adopted by tho major
leagues. "The li.it, mi freak pitching
Is a good thing for the game," said
Donovan "In my opinion It will re
sult In Increased hitting and when
tho spit ball finally goes, In better
fielding on tho pai t or the inflolders.
Tho use of the spit ball you know.
Is often tespouslbln for wild thrown
by thn fleldois
' Don't belle anybody who tells
you thn emery ball or -the suit ball
aro mostly myth. There's no doubt
that they aro realities und that they
liain been used successfully. And It
Is a certainty that the ban ngalust
them Mill greatly decrease thn effec
tiveness of such pitchers as Und
Kller and Kddle C'lcotte Take ('1-
MllSklMfOe. 'I'he limit hero WHS the
(list of a ilimrili- nlMdiip eaii). In
which .Nolo .lockMin of OkUbomA
'll and K Hronn of New Hi
lean, pin on their well reilieiTlherPd
flsscu The I tit-IM In K IIUillsj.Mc.
Kep scrun shvimI truti hIhIH'h lird
.l,)ok Kaiiner Dsino proinotor.
Is M'ekltiK Mclfee fur bilMt 4lh
.lluiun Wilde the IhiglMh flywolgln
champion, m-iionllng to a reoni ar
nolo In the Kansas On Foal. Me
! Is niiii nf the mooi irouiMng of
the wont's li.inlanis and his go Willi
Hughes here will probably lie his
In hi in Hit sci'tioii rn some nine
as ho Mill probablv H" west wlliln
a fnw das.
Hobby HiighcH, the New Hi lean
flush. Is onii nf lho inosi imiiiui
Ihi.is (ii ever show In TuNn In Mil
,Ucn iom lio - ,'Hi'l 'lir ileti.ro t.
i e spark riei . hiinsrlf Mlvnild
II Km lIllS III! lllll'H'Fllllg lilS'ill
K l.l Murray and nnng .Inlitixnn '
llglifwoighls iitHOeird in (irandi
ihi'Mier ii.noii'iir oards. Kill iim-ii
lho show with four niund rurtntii j
WAGE INCREASES SHOWN I
i.nltn of From to I'J.'i Pre ( nil
Kiinriliil til lA-inllng IiiiIiikIi lix. I
W Sllt.'llTUN Fob l!.--ln.
mmhi'b nf from 2;, to I'.'.i poi renl In
wimoH paid bv 11 of tho in lending
tniinufiirtuilitg Industries of the
i Miinin In Jsiiuni) Hsiompsrvd with
a idar ugn wero shown In reports Is
iticil todii) by lho bureau of lalsn
hint ibIIcs. The w union Industry
showed the hlghesl advsneo.
Tho Milunio nf emplo)mi'nt In
rtissed f I inn t to f0 per cent In 10
if Ihe 13 lndilftrles
I lutinli opllcal t'u 'd t
ore nrienil Kid Hpnrk Tills i
liowMbov an. I . ii Pill, rtf Sapulpn
stop six iniinds Muili rivalry he
' Neuralgic Pains
lllllllll III llu. ill. .11 ullli M.Unn
cotte, fur Instance ho was never Hi ni,b dtnw with Kail Purvenr last
speed ball pitcher before he started I j i p,t was pivbubly lis brxi
to use tho shiner llo pitches tiim li effo, r hric HitgiicM l,,i'pnr "1!
differently than ho did In lho ilsysn ,rrtii.n in Fnnflii- Miis-t I
when he was trailing along with ' u n no boi who moots .limup i lr
meillocrii twlrlers. j next ,11x111 1 li
"The paislng of the spllter after 1 Two pielirtiuiMi 1 bonta nf promise
this year will give batting another
boost In 1921, for it, is a certainty
that good spit ball pitchers could
novor prove as effcctlvo as using
ordinary methods of pitching. Wbt
do you suppose I'M Walsh or Jaos
Chnshrn wpuld havn iiinnuntod tn
without tho splttor? It Is probable
that neither of them ,woiild havo
ranked among thn really groat
103; Tho t,anib, 106; Aon nf Tmfnps,
106: p.nlnlHiw Olrl, 105; Too tlo
Murk, 106; Sir (irnfton, ill.
I Fifth Hrtcc. Mlhl and 70 Yards
Sweeping (lliiucc, 95; Frank Mmirno,
103' Nopperhaii, 103; Jiffy, 107.
War Mask, 107.
Sixth lltico, Mile and Three-Sixteenths
Ilnokrry, 102; Ornery, 107;
Wtll Do. 103; Ponderosa. 110, Cn
1 111 1 Io. 110; Almlno, 12; Uriimpy. 112;
Sompcr Stalwart, 112; Contestant,
Seventh ltace, Mllo and Throe-Sixteenths
Tit For Tat, 102;. Landslide,
102; Mai' Tom, 104; Napthallns, 105;
Hahy Sister, 107; hucliis, 109; l.ulher,
1)2; Hajazet, 112; Water Proof, 115.
Weather clear, (pack heavy,
Ilnnnls optical Co. Advt.
Hamlin's Wizard Oil Is a safe and
effective treatment for henda -he und
ueuralglil Hiilibed in where the pain
Is, It .iclx as a tonic to lho tortured
nerves and almost Invariably brings
Its healing, antopll,- dualities can
always tin rolled upon to prevent in
fecllon. or other serious romills, from
sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, bites
and slliign Just as good, too, for
sure feel, otlff neck, frost piles, cold
sores mi l canker sores, '
(lot It from drugglnts for 30 cents.
If not hi tint led return thn hottlo nnd
set our money back.
liver coiihllpntod or have Mck
headurhoV Just try Wl-uuil I.lver
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30
cents. Ouarnntoed. Advt.
Top o tkelieap
Spur has something
new that smokers want
a new blend that makes
good tobaccos taste better,
A blend that makes the
rich Oriental tobaccos richer
by pleasing combination with
tnild, fragrant Burley and
other home-grown tobaccos.
But that's not all
There's Spur's satiny im
ported paper, crimped in roll
ing, not pasted. Then there's
Spur's smart "brown-and-silver"
that makes Spur look
the quality cigarette it is, and
keeps Spur's fresh.
Spur is in at the top, and
there to stay.
I'iiIhiiis Defeat Fji-I (rntrul Normal,
;iu.t 1 Ijinib Is iliimr'fl
ADA Okls . Feb 19 flc- t,,K
big tho lead In ill" ear'y part of
game hero tonight, the Knsi tVntni'
Issahers slowed up t tlio beginning
of thn soro nil half nnd lost to Hour
Kendall by n woro of 39 to 11. Th
Tulsans Imd everything their uwn
way tho ktsl hiilf, scoring nlmnst ,if
The groatnxt worli for llu visllorn
wnf dime by limb, who did ii" l.iko
part In lho gsmo Wednesday nigh'
llo was by far lho most brllll'ml
pl.in "li tho field, though ltp.u 11
for lho hntito kids was little le-,
sp"ctai'iilHr or accurate Kendall 1'rft
tonight for several giimos In Texnsf
Meld For Violating Mall Ijuv.
Don D. Carroll, charged with send
ing nbseeno matlor Ihroilgh the muJI.x
itddrsMPil to a woman, Velivi I lulu
lug. al Xnpulpa, plead not gulltv-'it
his nrrnlgnmeiit jesterdny bofom '
J.. Valii'cv, t'nlted States oomiiuV
slnnor, Tho dofendnilt was rolra.ir.1
on bond of J500 for preliminary
for cigarette of the hlghcit potiilile quality
nil tin loweit potiible price. And lUst't Spur.
Pure Epsom Salts?
bnjthe Original. Package
Meyer Epsom Salts are tho
selected long needle, white
crystals purity and quality
certified by experienced chem
ists and guaranteed by the
largest drug house in the world,
of 68 years' established char
acter. When you buy household drugs
for any purpose, it is just as
easy to ask for Meyer drugs and
get them pure, in the original
packages quality certified by
Your druggist sells them.
! ST. LOUIS
TKi Lttfit Drut llouit in tkt IFotld
Lookjor the MEYER Red Diamond sH
TttM t.UtfifM EYER Ctttifiti Tioduclti
rioiidt o( llyilrotia
Tincturi ol lodlnt
Crum ol Tartar
Milk ol fctif nnla
Phoirhitt of Soda
You Won't Have to
every shuvvcr to save jour 1ml If )Oti vvvar
11110 of our
Mallory or Schoblc Hats
Si'lcntlfio treatment lias dftmi fop llifin
ivluit Naluro did for tho duck.
They shcil wilrr Just as readily without
0110 bit of hncrifloo f st)lo or nihility.
Thoy nro the "illy lulls prolnlril by this
Tlio Nov sprlnc Sl)le Aro Hero
A Complete Line
of tlw oelcbrolcil lyii'ni and Fll-I'opiii
olotlicri for joung men of ull ages iu-o ar
Tlio Main Corner In Tulsn
Wliero Thhil CrosMCH Main
Vlrk's run bo had at nil druggists In
three siies joc, coc, i, 20. Advt