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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 27, 1920.
Twelve Civic Bodies Rep
: resented in the Or
ganization. MAGEE Fs CHAIRMAN
Prnpoticd Amendment to the
Charter Indorsed; Meet
Iielernilnitlnn of the cgurxn tit l"
pursued In the coming election by
the nonpartisan committee of t li r
ilvlu clubs of the city wan Vlefnrretl
nt tlia nicctlm; t ID doli'iliilrw on
tho committee yculcrday iiflernnon
'until the second meotini; which will
bn hold it 8 o'clock Hulnjdiiy nlKhl
in the municipal audlturium for Hint
Carl C. MrtRfo miw elected letn
porury chairman of thr committee
nml 1. (! 1'OiiK n iiniilo secretary.
Twelve urcjiiluitliiiis were rente
ncnlod anil It wim decided to take
ntopH to hccuri' the repn-cnlnllun nt
otner ciutm or i tie city nt inn mrit
Inc to bn held Saturday nlnlit.
All wan harmonious nt tint meet
i n IT anil there wim nothlnt; In Iho
lengthy MtauuiMlon local politic h
mat would indicate tnui niiy or the
iloloBiitPH ul cross purposes with tho
spirit of tho movement iim oiitllni'd
by O.irl Masce, one of Hit nrlicluii
torx. All of tlio tnnny spoiikiits etc
i lured tlinnmf li'Mi In favor (if tlio
election of n clean, honest, hunlntfi
'ndnilnlstrnllon In I tie comlnir iniliil-
c.lpal election. It was only on the
Munition of how this could host he
' nroURht about tbnt uny of them tl's-
Whether tlin purpcsin of the
movement rould bn bent Rcrvcd by
ttm Injection of 1111 ' Independent
citizens' ticket In tlm field or wheth
er better resulta would bu net-tired
by demanding of both of tlm old o
lltlca! parties that they notulniilo
honest, efficient men of whom tho
committee could npprova nnd tlinn
Niippnrtlnir tti rmn mu nominated
on tho regular party tieltrln, wan the
'question thai confronted tint m un
born of tho committee and It wiui
decided that tho matter iihnuld be
tborouBhly threshed out beforo any
notion lo taken.
After he had been elected tem
porary chairman by unanimous emi
nent Mr. Miikco lutsurctl the mem
bers of tho committee that when
the movement wan launched Unit It
won neither for nor nioilnut any unn
hut wan strictly nonpartlhan at tho
tlmo of lUt conception. Ho cxpreMii.l
'hto belief that polltleat parll
should not bo permitted to Vtntn
Junto the city Rovcrnmcnt nnd said
that tho meniberH of tho committee,
after careful consideration of the
matter bellovcd Hiat such a ticket
could succeed ho would favor an In
dependent cltlzoim rommlttoo.
"Whatever Is ilono nt thin Mine I
bellovo wo should make every effort
to eecuro an aiuondment to the city
charter, eliminating forever partisan
politic from our elections, ".Mr.
Mageo declared, "thin enn be done
when tho names of nil candidates for
office nro listed In alphabetical order
on Iho ballot without any political
denltainlloii o that tho votcro will
have tho opportunity of voting tor
the best man."
John Hlmmnns, former mayor of
tho city, declared that tho present
charter was not big enoiiKh. Ho oi?o
placed himself on record ns favor
ing tho elimination of partisanship
through ii charter amendment, but
expressed notno doubt an to wtnthcr
or not this rould bo done under the
Formation and purposes of the
Jjiw nnd Order lnamni wero ox
plained to tho committee by Hl.-ero
Holland, who represented that or
ganization, "It was tho general Ini
presslon of the men who gathered
in Doctor llorton' schurch r-K-ently
to form this league that tho .oral
conditions of this city nro bad. that
gambling und other forms of vice
hnvo been running wide open" he
said. In view of this fact tho league
-wnji formed of 2.000 members who
demanded that law enforcement bo
mailo the Issue In the coming cam
paJgn. Tho league demands that
both political parties nomluata good,
clean men on tbolr tickets and
pledges t support to that kind of
men Vlurlng tho election nnd nfter II
J! well. "If ollher party, however,
nominates a mnn that Is controlled
by a vlre trust wo should eome nut
and lei thr pet pie kn iw rf ir.lls ..;
of wh a p.ir y I i hr i . I
llev I. I lir n, i iii' r of tlx
Muslim iivi mi iliu di Kiel thiU li'
was in f.vor of se!e ilng mi Indn
pcnd'iit tkkct. ilmft'iig lb. lust pos
'slf' men to run on It and Uium e
i urliitr a good biixlness iidlnlnlsti .1
1 lion thxt did not hnvo Ms hands t.i il
I by political promises. HoWevir. lie
j said Hull he would Just its stmnglv
favor working tbioiigh the exbi ii't
party orKnulxatlona It the committee
decided Hint clean government coilld
, bo bettor secured that wn
"The poly way -to eliminate irt
sail pcHltles Is to remove polt.
from the ballot by an amendment hi
I the I'hsrtor," said N. It. (Irah u i.
"When the llins comes that wn ( in
I vole for John Jones or Jim MmiUl
or Hill llrowli because they 'ire ll.e
' best men for the office miller II nu
because the word demoerat oi re
! puhoau appears nfte rthelr u iui'ii
, on lb" )ii I lt . then only will we h vo
' s. ii ii n iit r tlsiiu Kovornuient."
JlldgH lloiaen Hpeeil jhIiI Hint li
I imrillrsis how powerful n third Mrket
mm Inns Is c.re.iled 'luring a ram
pnlKn that Is all dissolved two days
after the election ajn the ticket that
won Is standing alone. He advocated
tho plan of getlng behind the i:"ml
mn on both tickets nml nfler seciir
lug theli eleutliiu, then sianilliiK be
hind them In the eieeutlnn of their
Wh ran any to both parties, Tien
Former Mayor Fleischmann and
Bride Enjoy Honeymoon at Mi ami
1 1'rlce. 104 South Klwood, gar
000. I'i W Vnn Holten. 1j4I ka'
mlral, g.irngu. $100: Mnc W li pe
Mother and Daughters Enjou RECORDS MADE T0,i;
Get-Together Banquet at Y. W. BE BROKEN HEREtSf
llemen, Me ntitiiniin that you
Inate honest, Tnan men on voltr
in Ki'i, nun llli'li we will nave ooill
pal lle rompetlnit for our siippo-l
on that plalflrtn. ho said. "'I'lien we
could support decent men on ono or
both parties, nnd If neither nomi
nated credllHlile men Ii thlril party'
could yet lie launched."
All prinent fimired careful eonsld
erntlon of the two methods suggest
ed before any action bo taken. A '
committee on credentials was m- '
thorl.ed and will bo appointed lyj
Chairman Magee. I
KtrrrotuTKN is vat or i,imi;
Woiliiiiin Nllppeil W'hllo Adjusting
l'iilli')s Over Hulling Mum.
NKW yoHK, Jan. 7j -llernnril
Hroonbach. CI, of 3t2 Irving avenue,
llrooklyn, einiloyed tin englnuer In
tho dye works-of A II. Aiisb.icher At
Co., was suffocated when he tdlppcd
Into a vat of llmo while ntti-mpting
to adjust koiiii) pulleys on top of It
Workmen In tho place, alarmed
at his crlea when hn fell Into the vat,
woiii unable to get him out and they
Hiimmuueil the members of n nearby
hook uml ladder cyiupany.
Cabinet IClllix SiaiIii.
MADUIU, Keb, I . Ihat Hpaln Is
governed by the caolnet of tho ilnv
und not by Iho cortos U ovldent from I
statlsllCM of roynl degrees Issued and '
laws piuised In tho eight years, I!ill-I
Hi. Of royal decroes them were
r. nnt ...i. ii . ... i - . '
"I'll, 1WUIO IIIO I.IWS wnicu lOlllllt
their way through parliament num
bered hut 3ti(i.
Mr nnd Mrs. Julius I. rielsehmnnn, nr., honeymooning nt Miami, KVu
Mr KlelHi hninnn, millionaire yenst iimnufiu'turer, was formerly mayor of
Cincinnati, and his brldo was Mrs, Iiurii Hemingway of New York nnd
I'hlladelphln. 'They were married recently. .Mr. Klelschuiann and hli'
(inner wife were divorced some weeks ngo.
Italy I'um'il to lluy I'imhI.
IIO.MI, fidi. ii liiiurmiiiiH pur
chases of coal and foodstuffs, which
itaiy is compelled to mako abroad
In depreciated currency consMUite
Old .Mnn Dlcx, Agcil III.
NIJWTON. ICiin., jVb. ?". James
Owens, mi old resident of Newton,
linn received Hows of ilenUi of
his grandfather, John Owmm of Mis-
tho neveresi therk tn this count ry' i sliwlppl, H.ild .to havo been tho old-
retiirti to prosperity, .nys Alfred It. est man In that state. 'Ho was 111
Dennis, the American alachu, In an years old, Mr. Owens ald.
Interview In the I'opolo Itomano, g - - - -
I', vi' hiinilreij inothers and
dnughteis of tbls city gathered at
the Young Women's Christian as
sociation last eitiilng for the soc
nnd annual mother and daughter
biitniuet, ho filling the association
gymnns'um that 50 who had not
made reservations had to he
served Ii. tho cafeteria. The large
attendance demonstrated beyond n
doubt that the central mother and
daughter banquet has been out
grown nnd next year several will
probably ho held In different parts
of the city, .
At 0,3(1 trctof'k th bnn'tueters
filed Intil the gymnasium to inusln
and wound around the six tablbs
until nil had found places, moth-
(is .mil duughters being seated as
much as possible side by side The
gyiiinnslum presented n plcttv
ciii' appealance, wltii flags and
bunting on the walls and flow-crs
on the tnhlnt. Tho blue and wfiltn
of the association colors appeared
alike In the table decorations, the
blue cup worn by daughters, and
the white dresses of the Kendall
college girls, who served the din
ner Copies of songs about girls'
week and motherH weie placed at
each plate and cheering songs and
(heers by different school, euinp
flre girl, and girl reserves groups
enlivened tho course of tho h.in
ipiet. Tender tribute was paid to her
whose lovo "passes nil under
standing," In the program. Mis"
Virginia I.ennnrd acting as tnnst
nilstress. I.ovn for mother was the
kejnote of the toast by Miss Mar
garet Campbell, of Iho hlch
school, and of the solo by Miss
Mutibi Klstioii. of Kendnll rollege.
Miss llthel I.tel, from the Mark
TvvSiln school, told tho slogan, pur
pose and code of the girl reserves.
The girlhood of America Is one
of tlio country's most priceless
posHOMilons, Mrs. W I. Williams
said In her toast to daughters. "It
has been the history of the world
that more nnd more deference
nnd honor Is paid to tho woman
hood and girlhood, tn America
tlioro Is nothing ton good for our
girls. We educatit.theni In schools,
In college, as wn try to fit them
for life. Wn,know that our girls
will do tilings, that the world will
be better because they have lived.
Our clnilghters ttro n great Joy und
happiness to us mothers. We nro
glad that they want us to work
nnd play wJth them. Wo nro liv
ing our lives over In them. They
help us In many, many ways,
never dance "
A message from Miss Zelnh
Helnbatigh, girls' field work secre
tary, singing of the association
hymn by girl reserves of Torslilng
school, and two select Inns, "Moon
Drops Low" and "Tho Lullaby."
by this girls glee club of Kendall
cpllogo, closed the progritnt.
"I'lii" Ini Miles Kelly I'niull;
MANHATTAN, Kan I'Vli. J
The death of Miss Julia Kelly. 63,
from pneumonia, recently was the
third death within a week In the
Kelly home. The denthi of her
father, Anthony Kully. and her sis
ter. Mbw Kate Kelly, preceded that
of .Miss Julia four and two days respectively.
The Building Permits for
February Reach the
Tulsa broko another building rec
ord yesterday. J'ernilts Ixsued at tho
office of the city building inspector
put the total for tho month above
that of the highest record over made
In the city. Until estorday the
hlghen; total ever rcatihcd for u eln
glo month wfl the t-,13,713 Issued
In June, 1019. Yesterday's permits
brought February's total up to
Following nto tho fiormlln Issued
yesterday: O. D. Marrow. 24 I'eorla,
residence, $15,000; It. II- Klstlor,
2512 n.mt Iflghth.' remodeling real
dence, l,K00; Mac W. Hupp, 11!
North McCoy, residence, J2.S00; Os
car Alderman. 1S50 Houth (SoiMnn.
residence, $5,000; U D. 1'Wkowlt!!.
13H Host Fifteenth. four-floor
apartment, house. $10,000; J. H. Cole,
Tenth and .N'nnthuH, residence,
$i,000; Gordon CSrndy, 2711 Hast
Fairmont, nwldonoo, $1,000; l U
Gent, 340 f
garage, $500, F.. hcrc
1301 South Quaker, $4,000
' Sock Tnino In Movies,
LONDON, Feb. IJ.-Two y. ,ns
aristocrat nro going to Callfi . IX
to seek fame In tho film world T t,
nro Captain Vcscy A. D.ivoren, h
O'Davoren," un Irishman who r' ,
to bo a descendant oiv his mo l'
sldo from tho great DdkY of Vc' ,
ton, nnd on his fathers side fr
Irish kings; nn'd Kllot (lordri ,,
earl and heir to big estates In H
fnrdshlrn. liotn have playrd
films here. '
Would Iblfflo Illiii.scir Off
LONDON, Feb. 2. I'nnbic
find n J'". I' rank Long, vh
scribes himself s a "handv r
20 j ears of age, has offered thru "
a newspaper to ratflohlH serv,,. '
six months. Ills proposal is Hiat
100 nt morn firms each pay f
ticket. lie agrees to won,,
months without wages for tho f rm
winning the raffle. Then w,,.
Immedlnto rush of firms to nccept
Y i ti ' SOFTi
f j COftNi
Corns, Callouses TOR.
TURK Ouickly Re
the wonderful new illwotery for ennm,
rallnuies mul bunlont Tlio titin itopi
with tlm vtry firm drop, ami in lo
inimitKS llie rorn mty ailljr be re.
iiiqvfiI. A ChlroHllt inn the ui
tnrthuil -mmiy u Corn 'Klx '
Kn ether mlloitlnn, or inUrllle ncl.l
to' eat the irooil fifth and inalie It lure.
Ko more nonking or "rouklnff" ths
feet ; no more rxttnilvi treatment, In
10 minutes the corn It tout to It
the vain. Quicker, aafer ami dlKirenl.
Corn "Kli" la womlerfull Iion't
mflrr annlher minute. If your ilealfr
raiinot supply you aend ua 33o In
ttampl and we will tnalj you a be'llU
To (It a eold In 51 hoari, and to
aaterurd wmraclt asalmt the "fl.li"
u.e Ijullve 001,1) KIX TAIII,CT(,
made (ruiu an old faihloned birmula
and hard U beat I The. formula la
printed on oery 1mi. poet not rontaln
any Quinine Get largo 9Ao boi tn
day and keep Ihun handy tor an einer
frncy "A doie In time inltbt lare jSiu
nine ' Your monny hark il either one
falla to help you COKN FIX CO. toe .
Newark, N J -Adl.
SO MANY PEOPLE
ARE HALF SICK
They Do Not Know What Is
the Mnttor, nnd Their
Phyaicinn Cannot Nnnic
There; nro Just lots nnd lots of
people who .nro sick genuinely
sick -yet who managn to drug
through their work day nfter day.
Thoy do not know what Is the mat
ter with them and their pbyslclnn
cannot nnmw tho disease -that mls
claljlo "llrcd-nll-the-tlnie" feollng,
In most cases tho real cause of
this statu of poor health Is tint the
blood Is clogged with Impurities nnd
tho bowels, Itldneys and other vital
organs nut not acting properly. A
reliable blood purifier Is needed.
I'rescrlptlon C-2223 is a blood
purifier of unusual merU. It In
Hupplled ready prepared In concen
trated farm", nnd Is to bo taken In
small doses. It not only cleannes
and sweeps out of the blood nil the
Impurities that nrn causing III
health, but tones up the system,
In tnkl'ig this blond treatment. It
Is fry necessary that the bowels
net regulnrly There Is nothing bet
ter than 2223 Liver I'llls, They do
not sicken or gripe. One Is a dose.
-I'rescrlptlon C-2223 Is guaranteed
to glvo you satisfactory relief or
money wilt ho refunded. Ask your
druggist, or send $1.76 to the 2223
Laboratory, 12S Gayoso Ave., Mom
phis, Tenn , for a buttle and i 2Dc
box of pills Wrltu for literature,
1020 Almanac and s.impV) of the
Uric Acd Trouble
At the Strand Beginning Sunday
rm ISol iAws Mi
New "ZVLJtIM" Flngercllp Glasses. Very latest stylo with sphcr
Ictl lenses, complete your choice, fl; (Tfi
dlstanco or reading .' tpUeUvl
thi: iNvisutLi: ihfocals
Tliey nro Iho modern glasses for near and far vision. They enable
the wearer to see near nnd distant objects with equal clearness, and
end tho Inconvenient necessity of peering over glasses or changing
from tine pair to another They do not have tho iigo-revea.lng
seam or hump of old-fashioned glasses, For this reason they aru
nationally accepted us "tho Invisible bifocals."
' Get Our KH'rt Iamliuitlon Today
Wo save you $3(10 n mouth by lulling our office uiwlalrs. You can
saio Sit to $i) on every jmlr nf gl-i.iM-K.
Cut Rate Optical Co.
Ilia limt Third Street (1'iwtnlrs) Tulsa. Okbihonm
Out lliiiuiiigo Trust Coman) rliono Okiko tia.'J
Hundreds Here Are Being
Battered to Death by the
Wrecking Waves of Disease
Neglect Has Placed Scores of Local Men and Women on tho
Brink of Physical and Mental Ruin.
Relief Is at Hand.
ALL MAY BE RESCUED FROM "LIVING DEATH"
Many Are Embracing a Groat Opportunity to Get Well.
Scores Give Startling Testimony How They
Have Regained Their Health.
Don't send Put announcements of your marrlago un lees you can produce the bride on demand. If young
Doc Hampton had followed this ndvlre, bo wouldn't have been In (he merry f(,x he found himself when his
wealthy undo telegraphed 'him that he had teceived the marriage announcement and would bo on hand to
Inspect tho lucky lady, of course. Hoc hadn't been wedded at all and wus using the subterfuge nf the fake
announcement In nn endeavor to recoup his falling fortunes, llpt it resulted In a pretty girl being thrown
across his path and
Hut you'll havo to see "Mary's Ankle" ut the strand theater beginning Suml.iy. Duuglns MncL-inn. the
brilliant new Inco Btar, hna the roln of Hoc, and Doris Muy Is the girl. The new picture U a Jolly comedy mnd
from May Tully's well known stage play. Lloyd Ingruham directed, and It Is a Paramount Artcraft picture
4 m I'M mw&.
of men and
ivo m en o f
i r n 1 1 k o
h 1 11 8
h o reefs.
e s nro
wrecking Wires ,. disease. Liter"
'bej are thr..wn oil the Hlio.es of life
a shattered wreck, doomed to tho
liviiii dc.it h
N'cirlfcl is what ttttt mnui ..e
IiCHiple where they are They fallrsl
to heed nature u-nrtiini.. vr..
son plays sipinre with himself when
in, uii.'iin inn w-ay ror the ilestructlon
"t bis hisilth ilinnigli dire neglect.
When tile lliulv et-liui ..n. ...Id.
racking jmliis and tormenting ills.
-.-.wr-ii a chance, rjivii It the helping
lid tlKlt is needed to iiirnin uium li
'ii a smind, he iltbj condlHoti When
for anj' reaon the ltnl organs bo
coine imp.ured. they n,.,.,! a TfA
help, such .is can unlv tin ,.lv.,.. I...
a stand ud, roll.t tilt.' medieine. Na
ture's Ills CUIl best lie euri.,1 In Vi
lure's Way That Is by a medicine.
r.n ii no inn luiuous i;uaerjiern ux-
.Natute's truest meiljclne i8 com
posed entirely or roots, herbs, barks
and berries and Is nb.iolutely free
from nil harmful mineral, drugs nnd
linish metallic salts. This great nat
ural medicine has proven n boon to
hundreds who suffervd from isjom
uch trouble, dlsorderM of the kidneys
liver, bowels and nerves, and such
diseases on iheumatlsm, catarrh and
similar ills, It seems to furnish
Just the necessary natural elements
to nld tho human system In nulckly,'"
permanently and effectively banish
ing disease nnd wiping out pain,
Among the hundreds of trateful
signed Ktntements of testimony from
men and women are statements tell
ing of almost miraculous results oh.
I tallied with tho use of Quaker Herb
I Kxtract In many cades after every-
thing else had failed to bring a per
I ninnent Tellef. Hern are Just n few-
selected at random. Head them
carefully. They may bring u mfs
sago of hope to some afflicted friend
or rcl:ilv: Miss Jano Mafrel of
1215 Grand avenue, Kort Smith,
Ark., say, "I have been very sick for
many years. I can truthfully tsay
that this wonderful herb medicine.
Quaker Herb Kxtract, haH done me
more good than everything else put
together": while Mr. J. M. Harrett
comes forward with, "Ono of tho
best things this medicine ha,r ac
complished Is to mako mo ' sleop
much better. That's a Odond,"
And the following Is part.flf tho tcja
tlinunlal of Mr. Magnus Johnson,
120rt Third avenue, Albany, Ala.
"TJio first bottle of Quaker Herb
Kxtract helped mf. very much so I
got another and-now I can truthfully
say that It has stopped every pain
In my back, relieved the headaches
and, dtzzlneRs and made me feel like
a new person."
Tho Quaker man la at tho Quaker
Drug Store, Tulsa, Okla. Other
druggists In tho Burroundlng towns
may obtain tho special agency for
theso remedies by corresponding
with tho Quaker man at Quaker
Drug Store, Tulsa, to meet tho local
public and explain tho merits of this
great remedy. See lilm today
, Why You'll Like this Store
You will find our salesforce always eager s
to serve you. When they make a statement -about
merchandise, you can know it is cor
ract. We'll back oveiy statement to the
You'll find a spirit of courtesy here and an
ability to please your wishes. You'll find : -
Stetson Hats for Spring. i
Stacy Adams and Just Right Shoes.
" Earl and Wilson Shirts and Collars.
After you buy, if you find you haven't got
just what you want money cheerfully refunded.
Wright Clothing Co.
1 The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes ,
Tht fnen aua
Sari, in Ills iters,
Tkat prop! atk
For mart tad nor
Nit Miririnf ;
TVal'. KaU'i cM,
At csa t m.
M MADE IN
ike Besi Food 1
thzfs wk$ EVERBEST
Is Served on the Tables of the Best Families
For your own sake you should forget the word "substitute"
when you think of EVERBEST. Old habits and customs in foods
prevent many people from using new forms of food that are)
better, purer and more" palatable-and more economical too.
Housewives who know, serve EVERBEST because-It ismadeundcr
U. S. Gov't supervision of the richest elements of the pure white
meat of the cocoanut, the peanut and pasteurized whole milk,
delivered fresh to the factory every morfiing by neighboring farmers;
and washed by pure water from deep rock wells in a screened, daily
sterilized factory surrounded by clean, sweet country air.
Nothing is too good for your family. Have your grocer start somfc
EVERBEST your way today-and save money too.
Pure White Dairy Co.
Third and Maylicll Streets'
MADB BY U.S.I'CAKSALL UTTER CO.