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TULSA DAILY WOULD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2(i, 1920
The House Committee
Approves Steps to
Republican Tolicy Awaited
Before Action la Taken;
Army Bill Ready.
V-IUNT.TON'. Ifl- 2' The
progr.un of republican houso loaders
to on universal military training
from Hio army reorgnnlzatllon lull
was a- 'rptcd today by Mia houso
mi'itw committee which ordered n.
favoral c report on the. bill without
ir. i oinmendaUon a to (mining.
IV tin to put In four months
train tie of nil youths beginning July
nnd a commission to frame
a pun for congress by January 1,
19:1, was beaten 11 to S.
Tlio commlttco then by 12 to 6
authorized Chairman ICnhn to ap
point a subcommittee of seven to
fram" ii separata bill for universal
trnini: h and report It to tho housp
for c 'Widcfutlorf "at tho curliest
powlblc date." With IhLi settlement
of universal training tho committeo
then voted 10 to 0 to report favor
ably the irniy reopjrnnlr-atlnn bill,
aulh 'rl'inff a peacc-tlmo army of
139,000 men find 17,700 officers.
The troops would lncludn 250,000 for
the c imbat arms, 2,000 I'hlllpplno
acouts, 7,000 unaligned recruits,
with tho remainder In tho supply
The committeo decision was a vir
tual rlght-about-faco as last week It
otfd 'n favor of tho training an a
p.irt of the country's future military
policy. Today's decision was In lino
with 'ho program of houso repub
lican leaders to forego action In ad
vance of tht; party's national conven
tion. In accepting tho leader's program,
Chairman Kahn obtained nn agree
ment for .consideration of tho plan
after a thorough Investigation hiul
been made by "a. friendly" com
mittee hut this will not como up
until the next session In December.
Chilrman Kahn nnnounced that
the report on the army bill would bo
presented to tho houso tomorrow,
tint that ho did not expect conslder
a lon would hcgln for several days.
DO ALL MY
Before 1 took Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound I could hardly stand,
lays lVlrs. KwarctnskL
Chi capo. 111." I suffered with d!s-
pUcement and irregularities and I did
not Know wnac to
do. My mother
adviaod mo to
tako Lydia E.
Pinkham a Vege
and U50 tho Sana
tive Wash bo I
took her advico
and used these re
medies and cored
myself. I feel
,fine and do all my
I could not do before, as I could hardly
itand up and I hare three healthy
children. You can use this letter ft
jnu wish, for vour remedvis certainly
flrosderf ul for sick, run Jo wn women. "
(-Mrs. A. Kwaecinski, 3627 W. Oak-
wie A.ve., cmcago, ill.
For forty years Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound has been mak
ing women strong and well, relieving
backache, nervousness, ulceration,
sod inflammation, weakness, displace
ments, irregularities and periodic
pains. Ihas also proved invaluable
in preparing for childbirth.
Women who suffer are invited to
wnte for free and helpful advice to
lTdia E. Tinkham Mcdicino Co, (con
fidential), Lynn, Mass.
Of Those Unsightly Skin
Vse the Guaranteed BLACK
and WHITE 'Beauty
Sm pfple duiitt, t ui fc powder,
ft'lrai or rainr hni itiv..nni ...rA o.
'"lirraument of dark, iallow, blotthy,
"pi ikln They theretoro depood on
Jiler ind rouge to tOTcr up or hide
tlnr cmlarratiln, f.clil bleutlihet, little
'"'Wet lht the lonjer their uie Ii
Rationed, the more igsrivXed tho trouble
-u,?J,?.,ttt yi elrsr vour rompletion. re
u ,t.rt9 "nelghtW ikln llenilnhes which
Ui. . " i"' "IT no moro trouble
"A..!p,yfn,t. ,eo,' rr"ra or 'of- You
f.'ll ! '.""v 1Mn wllh HTacIc end White
Rllfw ' Ha t,t.'.nr' ""ring and then applr
it Ointment. In the morn,
m'li" w,,1i c" the.iilniment. No trouble,
L ",uU " tlifatlory.
"k tr,i 'Hm!''!11 TO" PcVaee ot
k .r'i ivA1.'" Ointm'nt and a bar ot
l soi aNhil" iv,,f- Yu buy both
4r.S ,,B,tt,l, P'f'ora would charge a
5i ,,a"." .,""!". 'or "" ",n """
Vnot, ",nd ,h Ointment and So.p,
A iatir.1 ii " tho ompleto trealment.
wit. iv.Va '"crl?'e ana a mack ana
1H will Wd,)r ai n"m nook
Uor 913, Memphis,
RUSSELL TO TELL
FACTS IF ASKED
CONTINUED FROM, l'AOr'. O.NK.
this ufternoou to tho chief cleftfi and
was not read In the house
Whether or not tho houso will re
peal Its equest to Huhsc!) for the
submission of sworn chargi wurt not
determined. A democratic caucus la
to bo held nt 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning, and It Is expected a decision
will bo reached n.s to a further
courso with reward to HushcII.
Tho letter presented this afternoon
Is addressed to Tom C. Waldrcp,
speaker, and members of tho house
Itussell kays In his letter that tho
evils ho has pointed out In the par
don and parole board eannot be
acted uxn and corrected nt this
session and that Iho responsibility
for them lays nt tho door of 'tho
governor. Ilo says steps nro belng
takcm to submit certain amendments
to tho voters nt tho next election
that will corroet what ho terms the
llUHscll further declares that if
tho housu of rcpresontntlves will ctte
specific cases upon which It wants
tnoro details rcgnrdlng chnrgol litis
sell has made ho, will "lilntlly fur
nish them," ns they aro matters the
wholn Btato should know. Ilo says
ho Is mw preparing a stntemont
dealing with tho charges which will
bo mado public later.
Tho houso rtvsolullon calling on.
Hussell to pri&eTvt Ms charge In
sworn affidavits mys that as he
"has heretofore nt different times
through tho rnt'dliim of a publica
tion Issued by lilin, made oiiurgos
derogatory to tho pardon and parole
department of tho stato of Okla
homa, and tho governor of the state
before thp houso of representative
requested an Investigation of said
pardon and parolo department by
reason of said charges,"' that tho
houso resolved to direct trio speaker
thoroof "to addrosn a proper com
munication to the said Cnmpholl
llussell, and seo that tho samo Is de
livered to hltn, requesting him to
Immodlately fllo with said speaker
such charges in writing and under
oath as ho may deslro to muko
against Uio pardon ami parolo do
partmont of tho state," with such
"affidavits, documents, tecords and
ntr.crs nrd thlng an he may d-i.
Olives Cause Dentil.
ItlCiniOND, Cal.. lVb. 25. -Mm.
H. II. Mack died liero today and her
husband was 111 from what health
authorities suspacted was botulism
poisoning, duo to eating salad con
taining a prepared relish containing
rlpo olives and other Ingredients.
A nionl comprehensive display of
beautiful goorgctto tcIM5 blouses
hnvo boon npiieallngly prhvd for
today's selling. Theso tho very
new In authentically styled blouses
aiul many am unohtntiiahlo at a
great deal more than tlio price no
Illouso shopping In our I'rtuicli
Salou Is quite interesting.
PUICKI) TODAY AT
Three Timely Stories
Chicago, Feb. 20. Gov. Frank O. Lmcdcn of Illinois, is wearing his old
overcoat ns part of the campaign against high prices, Mrs. L. K. Iloiven,
chairman of the woincns' division 'of the Fair Price Committee of Illinois,
announced this Fridag, telling the following story:
Governor and Mrs. Lowdcn were in the elevator of a Chicaga hotel two
weeks ago, when Mrs. Ijowden told him that his overcoat was shabby and
that he ought to buy a new one. The governor said he knew if, but that
he Intended to continue wearing the old one as a matter of principle. He
said that if everyone wlio could would wear old clothes, the demand would
fall off until the prices came down." Tulsa Tribune, Feb. 20.
Topeka, Kan., Feb. 12. Wear ymr old clothes until the manufacturers
can catch up with the demand; then the prices will come down. This is
the advice of Ed T. Hackney, state fair price commissioner. He asserts thai
"27 per cent, or more than one-fourth of all the clothes made in the
United States Are made on the overtime of the workers" for which Hie
workers receive double wages. Tulsa World, Feb. 12.
Columbia, S. C, F"eb. 12. A bill placed on the calendar of the house
today would make illegal the operation of the "closed shop" principle in
South Carolina industries. Tulsa World, Feb. 12.
Tliese news stories carried in the daily press, show the trend of the times,
and need no comment.
W. It. KILMER, President
TULSA DECOPyATING company
OIL NOT ALL OF
! TULSA'S WEALTH
Real Estate Exchange Is
Told of Agricultural
'What will you do when tho oil
given out?" v
That tlmo worn qurstlnn which
has Inevitably sprung from tho lips
of the new comer In Tulsa, ever since
tho Wonder City wns Just n wldo
place In the road was never tnoro
clearly nnswerettthan at tho noon
day luncheon of tho Tulsa Ileal
Kstato I'Vxchhngo nt Kennedy restau
Not only, him Tulsa a wonderful
future ns tlio center of a romark
ably rich agricultural and cattle
lefclon, but nlrcady It rests securely
by reason of an already cstnbllthcd
plaeo among tho leading fanning
sections of America.
"Oklahoma has more to offer In
real farm values man any titntn In
That was tho declaration of T. M.
-Jeffords, agricultural agent of tho
at., k. & T. nil way, mid with a
looming array of unquestionable
statistics taken from tho December
Crop lteportcr ho proved to tho real
tors assembled that ho knuw where
of ho spoke.
In prlco per aero ho said tho nv
erago plow land was cheaper than In
almost nny of tho states, while ou
tho other hand he Miowod that few
states can show iw high an aver.ign
lncomo per nere Of the 1,1 crops
that lead in Oklahoma he Kild that
nlno out of that number exceed
by $3. CO an acre the average valuo
of production In tho entire niUlon,
and that tho prlco of tho land per
aero Is but one-thlnl the prlco of
tho average land In tho nation.
"Missouri nnd Oklahoma aro
equal In size," ho declared, "but ul
though Missouri Is 100 years old ami
Oklahoma but 12 curs old, with
much moro land" In cultivation In
Missouri than hero tho, total' valtio
Kit Missouri crops lost year wan
1551,000,000 while Oklahoma's totul
l-'armnrs on tho 200,000 farms In
Oklahoma at present nro making an
average Inrnmo off of their agricul
ture and stock of 1,1,000 a year In
addition to their rent, lights, gas,
food and fuel, ho in Id, and said
that there Is no stnle In tho union
where the farmer has it hotter op
portunity than In Oklahoma.
Wati'h Section .Sine, Tulsa Auto
mobile .Show. March 1 to 0 Advt,
INT0 CITY RACE
IMVTIM'KI) KItOM IMOB ONK
' claims the credit for originating the
. plan proposed In the platform pro
I vlillng for tho annolntment of nn ad-
I vjsory hoard "f seven members
I elected by the various civic cuius in
1 tho city to supervise tho expendl
i turp of the vast funds voted for good
water, Mr. Younkmau presented the
plan to the Uons club several weeks
ago where It wns Indorsed.
Friends of Al Turnicr, prominent
In every civic activity of Tulsti for
mnny years, hope to secure all an
nouncement ! his candidacy for
the office 'of mnyor within a few
days. Yesterday he was ivalteil on
by n delngntlon of lending republi
cans and urged to enter the raco on
Iho republican ticket. While the
members of the delegation did not
reeure his consent at the conference,
they sny that hn did not refuse In
consider the proposition nnd they
are Jubllenlly confident that enough
prcssuh1 can be brought to Venr on
iMr. l'nrmer that ho will ncrept their
Whether or not Tulsa Is to have a
nonpartisan ticket Hi the field will
probably be determined nt the meet
ing of tho delegates elected by sev
eral of tho civic organizations for
tho purpose of placing nn Inde
pendent ticket beforo tlio voters In
Iho coming elections. This meeting
will be held at 8 o'clock Thursday
night In tho municipal auditorium.
It was announced In tho following
call Issued yesterdiy;
"No person having been desig
nated to call a meeting tlf the rep
tesentiitlves of tho various civic or
ganizations to discus a nonpartisan
greater Tulsa ticket In tho oily
election, the undersigned take the re
sponsibility of calling such first
meeting at Ihc chamber of com
merce assembly room of the munic
ipal building for Thursday night,
Kobrunry 20, at 8 o'clock. All com
mitteemen will please bo there at
that time wllh the proper creden
tials. (Signed) .T. M. Horry, lloraco
Speed, T, (1. Long, Carl t Magee.
John H, Simmons, O. II. Leonard."
' To ilato no announcement of his
caudldncy on any ticket has como
from Mayor C. II. Hubbard. During
the discussion of the proposed In
dependent ticket nt one of the civic
clubs It wan openly charged that
Mayor Hubbard was attempting to
securo tho Indorsement of the non
partisan committee because some of
I'tho delegates on that commltleo were
avowedly in ravnr oi wio mayors
re-election. 1'rlends close to Hub
bard, however, declare that If he
runs hn will seek the democratic
nomination As yet Mayor Hubbard
has never stated whether or not he
wid attempt to succeed himself as
I'rank liigraham, who has served
In several public offices In Tulsa.
was the first democrat to unnounco !
his candidacy. Mr. liiBniham will !
try for tho democratic nomination '
tlonnl guards, nnnounced his aspira
tions to the office of police anil
fire coinmlsslnnur on thn platform
of a metropolitan military police
force for the city. Though ho hits
previously been affiliated with tho
democratic party, ho declared his
Intention of runulngNiii tile inde
O. (A. Stelnor, chairman of tho Ijiw
I'nforronient league of Tulsa, said
last night that ho has received
numerous questions about the pro
posed Independent ticket, Ilo reiter
ated clearly that the law and order
league and law enforcement league
have no Intention, nor hno hud nny.,
of placing a new ticket In tho field.
He said that as far as he Is con
cerned there will bo only the two
party tickets ami that hn believes
the proposed Independent ticket
being tnlked about In civic clubs
Is tlyliy; nut find will probably not
uven bo In the rare.
DENY SPITTING ON FLAG
VltliCfot III Soclallnt Hearing IU
ftito Testimony of (ilrl,
AI.ltANY. N. Y., Tob. 2B. -Tho
defense In tho trial of tho five
suspended socialist nssomblymeu
ehaiged with dlsltiwilty title today
produced J wo policemen who denied
the allegation by a prosecution wit
ness that Charles Solomon, a de
fendant, split on the American flag
at a Hnclallst street corner meeting
In llrooklyn In rjl".
Their trtllmony was Mtintlwlcheil
between the direct nnd cross, exami
nation of Assemblyman Lewis Waltl
mun, another defendant, whl.'h con
sumed virtually the entire day. Be
sides duff tiding his own recnnl In the
lower house in 1 H 1 S and bis attitude
during tho war, Waldnian described
tho "death" of socialist bills running
n fun I of the trusts which the de
fendants had Intimated prompted
100,000 PRESCRIPTIONS WERK
FILLED BEFORE NUMBER 40 FOR
THE BLOOD WAS DISCOVERED
I C Menden'hall Cvans-vlUc. Ind ,
spent 10 yenrs In the drug business,
compounded over 100,000 prewrlp
tlotts before "Number (0 l"or the
tllood" was discovered, 10 Is nn old
dnotifr'H prescrlfitloii, has curert tho
worst mses of blood troubles, chron
ic rheumatism, catarrh, coitHtlpatloti,
slomiich trouble, Indlgesllon, func
tional nervous disorders, skin erup
tions, Mich as eczema, son I. tilers,
pimples, etc, Thomas Andiriaiu, 4 lit
l inden St Winston Sulen ,
vrlles ns follows- "I thought I would
GIRLS MEET WITH
r;,.,,i; i,i i
VUglllia I.OOIKUd U)
Toastmistress at the
Y. W. Banquet.
l!ilern Ti'ifl and 400 mothais find
daughters nro expected at the wcond
annual toother and daughter ban
quet In the Y. W (
nt l)H0 o'clock this
Miss Virginia ..ennuid. president
of thn hlKh school assoelatlon. will
act as totistnilstres. Numbers on the 1
progrnm will be: A tribute In
mothers, by Miss Margaret Camp
bell, a high school girl; two vocal
solos, bv .Miss Mnble Slsson of Ken
dall college, a tribute to ditilsiitoi.
by Mrs. W I Williams: selections
by the Olrls' (Hoc club of Kendall,
toast to mothers by Mlsx Katherlne
l.ylel. a grade -finol girl, nnd n
momtiigo to girls, by Minn .clnh
llnlnb.umh. field girls' work sscriy
Kendall collece Y. V Ellis will 1
decoralo the tables, as well ss servs who for the past sl yeiils hits served i
tho dinner nnd furnish the musical 1 nH elislimnn of tlm comnilltee and
part of the program, lllue nnd has rutlted lo la no a candidate fur
white, thn awsocltillon colors, will, Hi,, republican senatorial noinlna
docoratn the gymnasium and appear i Hon.
ill the crystal candlesticks anil adilitloti to win election of of-
enniieiaiirii iwitu lime canities nnu
tlm low imwiN or tun,, ana uiiite
f'"",M"..:n J'::: wr-sxur.
" .i V ... .i. " 1
UIIIIKII11! n. iiii-ii in nn- iii-nwctuMMi
colors, have been made by girl in ;
serves 01 r-eiiuuynu nun i,ineii.ini
ml the Washington .litnlor
, ,h ,,, I
v ,,. m .TO
( h SlriMivelln w ill ids. .
nt the piano. The program was
planned by Mrs .1 llenjlinnn Hrown.
rhnlrmait of the mother and daugh
ter banquet committee.
Tomorrow, rally day. will witness
one of the most Interesting programs
during the girls' week celebration.
All girl senilis, glil resolves and
camp fries will prccnl a program
In thn afternoon, and lu thn evening
Ithrnn clever playlets, "My Aunt
Krom California." "This Is So Sud
den" anil "Snowed I'p With thn
write and gUe you m
i viierleuro i
With your greit medicine. Number H
IVr The lllood. When I liege n to
take Mnnl'tr 40 I was suffi ilng wl'h
a severe Htomnch trouble, colli I hoi
eit anything without K'ett illslios,
w.is run down, weighing but I3l
pouudM. I imptovnii from tint start,
inn now on my fourth bottle. Cm efit
nny'lilng I want, weigh tMi pounds
nnd feid like ii new man ami wish to
thank you for the wonderful bonefll
I have refelved by taking this win
let fill meil -ln ' Stld by Slf.nbeig
til rs Advt
IS YOUR GUARD DOWN
Every man is a fighter, though he may
not be a pugilist. His daily task is
his fight and he needs to be fit and
ready for it.
Constipation to the business fighter is
the "out-of-condition" of the pugilist.
Constipation not only makes the busi
ness fighter dull and slow, and unfit for
effort, but it is the "lowered guard"
that leaves the opening for the jarring
blows of serious diseases.
90$ of all diseases have their origin in
the intestinal canal in constipation.
Constipation not only causes the gen
eration of poisons, which are carried
through the system by the blood and
attack it from within, but also by thus
Nujol is sold by all druggists in scaled bottles only, bearing Nujol
trade-mark. Write Nujol Laboratories, Standard Oil Co. (New
Jersey), 50 Broadway, New York, for booklet "Thirty Feet of Danger.1
A New Method of Treating nn Old Complaint , ,
OWEN DELEGATES TO MEETi
UVVCIY UCLCUHILO IU HI CC t
Democratic Delegates WIN leather
t Oklahoma city Monday, )
' n Avitur.l 1tm Htle Whs. '
OKhAIIO.MA CITY. I'idi. 2.'. -Or-
Kuiiliuilloti of okbihoina s delemitlon
to the democratic national enliven- 1
i tlt.n at Han I'raiiclsco will be effecte.l
hwe Mt.n.b.y. ac.or.llng to nnnoui.ee. j
Imenl made by (lovetnor llobertson, I
, heatl of thn state delegation, who to. I
,.lv issued a ell for. all. iilombers to
::'HoVk,,Vh;ix;;.,,KM,,m,,,: al '
Chief n ill i iw thn mutters of lml-
ftis') to come before the delcgnllon ,
"ill lie rnilHloeiiiiHMl in inn ill'Sl
mn , lmH1K ,1P r,daey of
ftenator Itoberl 1. Owen for i.resl-
will be eniiHlileralloii of the best
-l ":-. 1
of Retting a special train In take the
delegation to the convention nnd so-
Ircthig a ilelenate In make the unml
tilling speech for Owen
SMALL TO GIVE A BANQUET
llnpiibtlniii Coinmlueo to IteorgniiWc
t (,'atlii'iiux Tonlgltt.
Heoigniilaatlou of the reMibllcatl
retinal county iinintlilttee will be the
purpose of the ImiHinet to be given
members of the committee at Hotel
M-nU,. ni I... in,.,ri v Mm. ill
fleets the memlieis of the county I
wlillniwiii rormiilaln ulan for their work i
ln ihp "i'i-
i,irtH , 1 1 1' ' i .on lear t'ltrti. i
Young women of the I'hliathe.i
class or ino I' Irs t I'lirin l.ltl rniircti 1
Hrn giving ii leap year party In he
"'"-ml ha I of the Hist Christian
''"'.i'1' ",' S,,:,,' ,k '
reading by MM .losephlne I-uyman
'"'"u pteas.ire. auvl
Fammis Vaudeville Stat; Is
Headline)' at Orpheum Today
'Will M Cres.Tj; lieailllner on tho
new bill opening nt the orpheum this
nftoinoon, Is one of thn widest
known nij'ii on thn vaudeville stage.
l-'ny morn than 20 yen is he and his
wife, lllanclie li.iyne, who appears
here with hint, hnvo been one of the
standard acts of blg-tlme vniulcUllc.
Air. Cressy's Idiiniliug In his profes
sion was recognized during tho war
when he was appointed commander
of the rim I contingent of American
iTliealrlc.il Mnterlaluers to go to
lancc iindor thn nitsplces of the Y.
M. C A. to eiitertiln our soldier
boys, and when he wits honored by
President vVllsoi with an appoint
ment as unit of thn eight "Fonr-Mltl-
ate Men At larK" appointed by tho
picsldfiil In the entire United
Ill l''rnnco Mr. and Mrs. Crosby
litaved thn dnngers of tho front line
trendies In order to carry a message
of cheer to the boys who went bear
ing thn shock of the enepiy's at
tacks. Mr Ctessy has lite honorable
tllsf liicllnn of being the only over
sens nteii.ilner who was wounded
In Crane Ills wife, Miss Dayhe,
I was the fltst American- wnmnn to en.
If WIT I tnTWMi
lowering the general stamina makes tnc
weakened system an easier prey to
harmful germs from without.
By an entirely new principle Nujol
keeps the poisonous food waste moving,
out of the body. Every other form of
treatment either irritates or forces the
system. Nujol works on the waste
matter instead of on the system.
Nujol prevents constipation by keep
ing the food waste soft, thus helping
Nature establish easy, thorough bowel
evacuation at regular intervals the
healthiest habit in the world.
It is absolutely harmless and pleasant
to take try it.
I-',,llmor wM ,,n Klvtfn ''"ng th
,,v,.n1K j fn Henderson Is
chairman of the program comnill'ee
About Inn jonng women aro ottro'lo ,
u,.p I'JHInthen clasH. which Is In '
"ti ucted by John Itogers.
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Coltl Itctter Tlinn The wrnk
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'""J...1. ? ,.w' ".n..,vMlrt.h . ..
Ihrim; th;: " M 'weat u" , 7k.t .
(HtOVK'S TAHTHI.Kfis! t hill TON I
which is simply lltO.V and fjl IN'IM'
mispeiided in syrup. So pleasant oe
children like It You can son fee
Hm Strengthening. Invigorating I
eii. l'rlcs fiOc Atlvt.
MOW TO ACQUIRE
Yon can enjov n delightful sham
poo wllh very little effort and for i
very trifling cost If veil got f n
your druggist's a packiign of (nil
thro and dissolve a teaspooti' i t
a cup of hot water This nutkr.i n
full cup of shampoo liquid, eno ir)
so It Is easy to apply It to nil Mr
hnlr Itislead of Just the top of th
tiiHtfl V.iitt liiit.xtm, lu t, n ... v.. i I
i..- ' ...
s,, a.,d h'iir untu i;n,
by the tlnlulily perfun eil
prepir.itlou that thoroughl) tic
solves and remows every bit of da"
, slng the hnlr tlrii quickly Villi u
fiufflntss thnt maks It seem heavier
than It Is. and lakes on a rich luster
.! a softness that makes arranglni;
exreSH oil and tlirt After
let- Ht. Mlhlnl after l'ciihlnn-'s douch
boys captured It and she wears dec
urinous from 17 American arniv
divisions for her work overseas.
.Mr. and Mrs. Cressv will oresent
their latest play, 'The Man Who
nut ten in," u humorous sketch
written by Mr. Cressy, which Is said
to be nno of tho best acta In vaude
ville Crcniy Is h former newspaper
man, a novelist anil a nnet. nn In
ternatlonal Itntarlan, Hhrlner and nn
Klk. Ills appearance In Tulsa Is nn
Important ovenl of tho vaudeville
Chris Illchards, an eccentric com
"illuli who rumen, strnignt to Tulsn
from Iho Majestic theater, Chicago,
Is another feature act on today's bill
which promises to be n most picas
Ing one. Jim Hrown and llolle
Jiifkttnn will present a singing nnd
talking skit, "At tho Training Quar
tors," Miss Jackson Is known as the
girl with tho $5,000 arm, ns a fa
mous sculptor declared her right
arm was the most perfectly formed
one ho hod, ever seen.
The Vivians and tho Klvo Ntghtons
nnd the Drphnum News complete the
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