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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920
AT REVIVAL MEET
Effort of Rev. Dutt at
GOSPEL IS HEALING
Only Curt tor Sick unci
Weary World Pftttof Says
in Hit Sermon.
It til :i great eggglOg which
i itflf initt preached with moving
arflOOUlOOO n1 OlOOjaenM to a oofl
r ga! inn whli h .ipiirox mini ! 1 ,000
(i BUmbOf at the Iirsf Chris Ian
hurch laet nlfni end which broogni
1 mm, women and oMMfOfl for-
k.trtl hi the close In mass the ron-
raelon di faith, reconeecrate their
jlvta tn service, ami tn affiliate with
he Dlaclplei of CBflM womhipp.ns
a i hi en) .
Ta k Ina an hi" theme 'Thr PowOf
ir the (MOPCl," Mr. I ut I showed
Mat thr power of the gOOPOl bus
lorn exhibited since Iho lKiiuUnn r,f
.hi Christian oro unrl Unit it DM
lianacd cvcr ri n.zn log whic h It
li.ii. touched. 'Thr k ik-I Of Jn i
'hi .hi Is a lien'. eil-perveelve, nil-
brraueetve influon c." ho Mihi.
"Whgrover i' ha boon ptaeod. u in-
brought wonderful change, Whoa '
h admitted Into o civtllgatlon t
jnakee of u u new rlvlllgatlon, li has
Mil th Lngtrunieni In ihi- holt do of
lod by arhleh ho hoo ohangod iho
.utunis of the world."
it ih not too imirh to ospo ii ol this
loopol that it ran bring hooting to
Iho human heart.'' Mr. Putt 0014,
Inless nur hi'art Is r.frht before
n,ir (Jodi All else Ih vv ron Vou
Ban! tiring it . - .in thlnK out nf an1
unclrun rhlim. I plead Willi you tha: .
vou Opon thr wlndOWO of your souls'
that Ihi' freshness of llii blessed
wont may blow in and make you
whole. -I.i't these hearts of ourn he
true temples. ,ot iih rant out all thai
I unworthy thai lhl Orprd Of tho
gospel rimy h our gur.it. our honor
The gonpnl in the only healing for
Ihi" slik and weary world. Mi. Dutl
uld In conclusion. "It In a wonder
f ii I goHpl. It leaches you how lo
throw aside the old life, begin with
Ihe now, bow to bo patlOftt, to bo 1
kind atul brotherly, lo hi' mm anil
women before AitniKhty Qod, with a
IteadtoOOa of purpoHi' thut w-e have 1
Bovir met before."
j Young girin of thr Intermediate
department acted as tihhers. fillod
the rhoir loft, and furnished a I
guartet, an hymns won eung in tha ,
accompaniment of the Pipe, organ
Thar will be no oartrlo at the
I'iPBt Christian church thin evening
and entire energy of the church will 1
be brought Into play at tomorrow's
TULSA MAN PLACED IN JAIL
l.'si Horn l barged Willi Itohhcry of'
Kanxas City llomiw.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. March 28
l-oo Horn. II, Of Tulsa. Ok la., Is In
Jail here today In default of llft.noo
bond. He la rharged with oompllclty
In Ihe robbery of two Kaunas City
Morn, according to the police ad
rnitted taking part in the biirglarlee.
I.ee Horn wan convicted In Tulaa
about three months ngo of the iheft
of small artlOlOO from guests at the
Brady hotel and other places in this
Olty, according In Juilor llnimey
Miller. Ho is known to police here
as a "had character." and has been
accused of various petty offenses.
While in this olty he lived at U
BROTHERS HAVE QUARREL
I .'hi' unit Men hlMiot ul Bacb Oilier
After Ijong Ititlil IfellbO Ult.
B AssuctatctJ PreMH Htatn Wlr
TAHUDtf)UAH, ukla , March He
lieorge and Carlton Manklller,
brothers, didn't agree as to whether
pr not the Jackpot had been opened
i So they went "out behind the
barn" and tried to settle It with their
llata, They fought for half an hour
their friends Hay. anil although each',
tnan was bruised and bloody the,
buestion (till remained undeter
tiuncd. Kach went his way A half hour
later, they met on a downtown 1
(treet. Ifuch whipped a revolver from
h's hip pocket and began shooting
at the other. All shots went wild.
GIVES PAINTERS SMOKER
K B, Short Is Boat Ui 250 at t;t-Tn.
gcllicr Mooling UkM Wight,
Nearly every painter In Tulsa was
present at the banquet and smoker
given at the Consumers Paint &
I'aper Co. store last night. Members
of the painters and decorators' lOOBJ.
union came out In force B. E. Short
made a ehort talk on local condi
tions and John Wlnblst. painters'
business agent, spoko in appreciation
pf the benefits of co-operation
among men of the same trade.
! A theater party at a local theater
followed Ihe smoker. A vote of
khanka to Mr Short and members
of the firm was unanimous among
the more than 250 w ho were present 1
OLD DAMAt.K KU1T HETTIiRO. j
Com pa ii j IViunil Nut Qgflll In Dam
age Suit I'cndlng 21 Yiuri.
CHICAOO, March 2H. A damage
uit brought 24 years ago was de
cided today when Crane company
Wai found not guilty of causing the
losa of the sight of one eye of Paul
I Stammers, who has been dead
It was alleged In behalf of Stam
merH that a cinder blown from a
smokestack of the company caused
the injury. The hearing marked, the
fourth trial of the case Stammers
Won a verdict for IT.iOO al the first
trial but the verdict was reversed
anil in two subsequent hearings ihe
lines failed to agree. Since the
dcaih nf stammers Ihe suit has
been proiaoutOd by a brother.
I'eru has established a school of
military aviation and has punohaood
lJ French airplanes, while two sea
plane sei.lcea between ioajt ports
Boston Beauty Wins Libel Suit
Against London Daily Newspaper
ORDER DISOBEYED FutL NEEs not met going to west point
m ifjHjW.'jifjmrfjSifjVpatjjnroTOir. a.w - n
Admiral Defends S e 1 I
Before Naval Inquiry
tVAHiiiMiTux. Moreh Roar
Admit il rYlltUm M Men her to i I
naval bond Inojolry totlay that hie
nptfont dtrootlng the oocorttfaj of Uie
(conitt which i'1' .u'ieii iho tranafMn
tr lbs sunk off the 1'iench eoaot
, in ootobir, is i; Here not oboyod
by i.b iiien.int ContmoAoNor c N
I fnraemi nmaianalng Iho oooorl
Tin bt. it, i i. invoailaotlnfi the m-
ttwh of Koar Adiiiliitl Sims In rr
movlni Admiral Plelehai from com
mand of the iin. H MaMon ai UrwM
after tin At i,.l,s hhs sunk.
I 'lt tcbt r itM Mil board that he
I had no know le, lire th il Ctimnin nder
I l-'reem tn ha. I put to sea with part
, "f ihe eoOlVOO null! I 'i ft'iiia n's rOgorl
'of the sinking of the transiniti
Tin order lootlOfl I" l-'reemiin ws
urooontad in evldenoa, 11 directed
' him i, proceed with four eOnOOf tad
ynohta from Brooi to st NaaolN to
iske out i homeward bound craft
Including the Antilles Hi Ihe eve
of -ilil" fruiii St Vizi Ire Admiral
i l'lets her ssbl one ,.f ihe achis dc
i el oi i" bnller trouble ami n chance
in OMlfinmonl was mado, three going
Ifrom hroot and a fnurth. the Kaho
who bring brdarod to loin the fin
Itllla at 'H1 ; n i"tv. nn mllai from
! St NaOOlrO, m teschlng SI a
an tec Commander PYoaman found
only lb.. Antilles. Ha van nan and
i 1 1 en 1 1 i t i it all tritnp irsnspt'tis
I read), The Olll of Atlanta was t"
I still I tire In the da Admiral
' riett her said he received a telephone
roporl from ('"inmali'ler ltslilwln.
law rtitiii I'iriii of Koqulronieuts uf
ai mi DBBMl I'oicreil In lllils
i hjooand f-.ii i tin i
VfAIMnfOTON March it UtO
IIibii one fifth nf the fnfl oil re
tliiirements of the navy on Hi I'a
j clflc toast fur the net' fiscal kOAl
f were coveretl In bids OpOhOd lOdaj
hv the navy departnienl Against rO
inesls for iMin itno barrels, ibe ,e
partmoni roioolvod onli on,, bid ol
, 101,001 barrels from the Stands!,,
nil company nf California
Prices quitted were niore than
ner cent under those OUPfnttlOd In
roOOM bills for Ailantlr coast dellv
i ery, averaging H ' for pi" t dellt
afl against M IC for the east COMt
With the east and west COOOt bids
lofothor falling abent 1,011 "no bai
tels short of total rOUlOOmonlO the
I problom proaintod to iho rtavi ol
ul, i. lining fuel oil under contract. Ii
was sitlil todo bet nines a OerlOUi
one The navv has been , II in
i mandoorlnf fuel oil for its west eoooi
OUppI) mOfO than a vent but itf
1 finals IndlegtOd their belief ttnlsv
thai ii would be unoofo In depend
niton seintlng the bulk of Its is
Putaa llbfti i oflHa faiai i lamina
liana for Mltltar) cmti on and
Mill lieitttii .inn), in
Wai: it e llonnold aon "f Arthui B
llnnnold. IMI Kusl Hodge, and Mo
''owe s, s.tii nf J A Towers, I III
Houth i. itm hue p aiied n aami
nation if VVeal j'olni llonnold
. ppnintod b) Bon ito T r iton .'t"i
M't-weis rorolved bis appolntmoni
from Colli' i t s.'ion n l: Howard
Thi boya went lon Mil on March
ib it, take tbt'ii akamlnotlono, ami
loth boya wii, vaampted from the
ntonlal oaaminatlnnai t(hali aoholaatte
qualification in tin Conlral 1nai
schood where both 'i'1 oanlofo, be
Hannold rooolvod hla flroi mllltgd)
irolnlno al hi Paul Minn at the
,ge nf yoaro m i iii than doolarod
ins amhitlona to In a ooldlar iiotb
boya hs'e i o gotlvo In the high
school cad 1 1 is , each holding Ihe
auk of si ( scant
The hi.vs will rmlsh the It Mil her,
tn,l hOVC been Drdorad iii report In
Wtsi point for duly, Juno il
roproaantad the latlofg ottltodo on
Ihe Irish fOOOtVOtlOn to the ptic
treat) in a ill qi. itch lo Senator
Hitchcock s pa Par, tha Omaha World
Mi Oaddlg Is a very careful and
painstaking man, the aanotoi anld
'I Itii'tw tie witiiitl ii, it sttnd tnythlng
ttt thtt paper f,,r ptibllcaliiin that In
1. new tn be lln 1 I lie "
OPPOSE COAl. WAGE faOOSF
InUirnHto tremors n, tu,. to Mori
Iksmanda of Btnora,
NBW tORK, M u ll 2H.--Alilhra
'its mlna aparniofo want on record
indsv ii i oppoaed It- framing the
hard Coal dlgm rs' demand for an ln
t reuse In waaes .if at lensl I H 7 -1
per t itfit more ihnu the '27 per 00111
advance just grmntod the bltumlnoue
PtatlOtl i el tlaia lo show lha'
the earning of the anthracite and
soft COnl WorhefO were nn an
"equitable t'.'i ;.s 1 were introduood by
ihe mine nw nora al the senator) "f the
(Ul nmltleO appointed by both
-uli's t't negotiate il new wag" agree
menl for i he hnrd ootal fields.
Tn fit slit n typewriter ribbons a
lobular ountnlner for ink which n
dletrlbutad by i roller al n ribbon
paooea over It hOO been patented.
qulromonta In thlo woy, pnrtleularl!
hs ih immandearlni authorttj of
the lav ei act will terminate with a
formal status of peace
HITCHCOCK DENIES REPORT
1 pliiihl- -srv"larv lle-pllc lOOMO
tlon ttf Nrnator nrris
'naval poit of flier at HI Naaalre thai
i I'rseman, with two yoohtg and lhl
tliree transports linl pf ded
leaving a It-ili I IK hi to convoy the
pity of Attaint when foadbj
flans for regulsiing the waler of
the upper Nile for hrlffalton are m
tended tn provide Ihe water Oeces
saiv to enable Im'li KgNpt ami Hi.
! Sudan tti devebm their agi loultUMl
I posftllillltten to the utmost
Al lit ST A. Hi . M inli Iih Sena
tor HltohcOOk of Nebraska dOOhtroi
here tonlghi thai he hail avbrj ron
fldenoe his oeoratnry, Bar uiaddb
who was critlolaad In the aenal
Thuradaj Pi Bonator Morrla of Ne
broaka on 'he gietmtl that he mis
I ajgter of PrlnceOO
Miss filadys 1 1. won. noted beautv
ltbl.ivvill. won a verdict of r.'.iiin in her 1,1,. i ,.u,i ;,g,,ms! the London Pallv
Oraphlc for the paper's publlen t Ion of a report ih.it Miss Deacon hail
been expelled from (lerminy because of her friendship for the Herman
Crown Prince. Miss DOfceon o attorney, according to a report from Lon
don, branded tin report an without foundation, .nut declared thai his
client had met the Clown Prlnoo before the war a: Blenheim Caatle, the
home of the Duke ami Duchess of Mnrlhotoui-'Ii Alter thai time she had
never cummutibated with or heard from the Crown .'rlnce
NOT TO RECOMMEND STRIKE
Wilkinson sks Miners to stay on
lob During Negotiations.
KOIlT SMITH Ark. Mnrch 21.
"I will recommend that miners of
this district remain at work pending'
the outcome of wago negotiations be
tween the operators and miners al
New York next Tuesday, and not
remain Idle while negotiations are;
pending, provided the employer will
agree that wage changes he made
retroactive, from April l. the date on
which the prooent contract expires."
said President Wilkinson of District i
No. 21. tonight
It is expected President Wilkinson
will announce to the convention Sat
urday morning this recommend;!-.
tlon. However, announci no nt from
National Precedent John U LewfO,
erho is now in Washington, or any
members of the national executive
board may change this policy, It Is
I la tod
hfaehtnor) has boon Invented that
apfgya coin rete on the interior of
tunnels and almost immediately
smooths It In p
LAST TIMES TODAY
ITiiin Hie Novel by IoiiIm Tnus'y
Mutt & Jeff Cartoon
"DEAD EYE JEFF"
Schedule, 0:45, 11:15. 12:30, 2
S I5, 4:311, 5:45, 7. 0:15, glM
First ltun Mu ll Si-nnctt Coined
"Back to the Kitchen"
Featuring IauiIso Fawnila. Myr
g I. Intl. Itllly triivstroiig, lln
Qribbog, MtUo Mkn Henry. Jr
mil PamOIH Sound! Animals
Nevv llllrl licaut Iful Picllin-H
ih'iighifuiiv Chnrmlng Vaude
SATI ltl v
ON Tin BTAOB
I'.ni 1 1 fourth martcloua
week, Ihe "(.lively
tilrln t o."
Land of Dreams'
miisjfiii mmodf Mini Ls
ljrtM'.y, ipgosrkJlntjt, clcvef
Rstni ntlra'tloii on f Ih tAtgQ
The Master Mind
Stewart's lle-t ami farewell ap-
pearanoe in i 4 km,
Un iIh Screen
A W illiam Vox I list-Hun
Lovely I'eggy Hlantl in
n Natalie riinminii Lincoln
and .1 liBthony Uope, suirt
llug glOPy of love anil livpnol-
arm with -nob and u worth
Aao on the Bemon
Ruth Ruland in
"Adventures of Ruth"
PMrWl latent nwrlal, riiliaiitl v
bfHtlfnl In t iliiiui s anil ftOMfc
ai-i 11 Tntvevwl Ocmod
Wontlrrljiml piDtnNB Mnrt al lo
u, 111. VuderlUa pjoeti on "t
l:S0i TttO Mid 10 Ptctores mad
fttttitovttli run iii(iiMius from
nutriiliiK 0 f ai ill f 1 Ik it .
Flic I' 1' 'in! Iliriilcr DjO"
Inn pi Ug mill h till raft UUJ
huiidrcdii of iM'u, iiaoi-(i pit,.
UFOW r'"' Wot nl -r la lid
MnlgV Mrlurinafi I- urr uiil-
riiiitt; uvjneiicloni ftppUwOM
dally. The Wondoiifttid Ih
hinahinu nil prfrviOUfl ut
1 1 in la ri' 'i roooraBi
Nllits, Sa1unlas aiul RondAyi
ami 10 OOltUk liarffiilu niat
UM0 U'-ii das. I A mm IS otntm,
SIM PKOGH M sI NDW
JOIN THE CROWDS TODAY, AND GO
The First s
CORNEH BEVKNTH ANU JIOSTON
Bids you hear the moruniK OOrmon. .Subject, 'THB
Also IBe evenlnB sermoi
Itl ' ".M I'HAI,
Hubjert, -ntK CROgg "
Co to Sunday School at 9:80 a. mi
senior and Intermediate C. U. at c is p in
WE WATCH YOUR CARS AT TDK NIGHT
iAJJI TIMI'S TtlllAV
Baail King'a Famous Story
The- work of a master author, rrlciitlcnsl) OtOodlMlH the lladit f
tnilli on a problem thai la vllnl.
linuiuillc IMMMltl and a nnnH' ihrtuiulioul ftMM In wonderfully
(old. I'n-sruitiil by n dlallnaulslml eaHl, IncludliiK Nnonil ChllilriK.
I'ATiu; niiws MXDDlJRYJlrg PAtAOE u 11 1 rrit.
Seprsn Time: 11:30. 12:5, 2. 1:15. I 30, 5:13, 7. 0:15, 0:30.
' Admission, 30o; ObUdren, lot .
OOVOBa SI'NIIAY, "IMV I.MIVS l. Mt'l'l If
Itoi Office Open 10:30
MBit HMK.MN MA1INII.S
2.311 Igg and 30c
Laat 3 Showa Today
of Present Bill
I'tisMtor ,aii ltHt.
The Revival at
the First M. E.
Corner 5th & Boulder
300 have united witli
Two Great Services on Sunday
Come and see Demonstrations of "OLD
TIM E POWER." EVERYBODY goes to
Sunday School Sunday morning at 9:80.
"The soul that sinneth, it shall die."
"Today, if ye hear his voice, harden not
a bJgtv deca musical gu Uttat
MAI II Vt.ltNON
Powerg & Wallace
kIiikIiik. IWUng and Haiielm:
QBORtGIA on BROADWAT
tatMUfl b newt
ELECTRO & CO.
Tlw Selcnllfle BalfllMg of
N iv Iii gUOWl 7 and 0
OOMWa HACK si NIV
in, i in ii Btigagctttent )
"Till: MIRAOIiB QUUV
And 1 other Acts
LAST TIMES TODAY
IN ROOM 13
I'rrernted hi a moot capable met of playera, Including rti mni:
I Itl . HI UK It. Milium i lie snow, Cluirlcs t lar and John llowcr.
Blpocood in mi. i io.nl
GAUMONT NEWS SCREEN MAGAZINE
I tins i, ITRRIUCK, Dlraetoo.
B CIIOTI l 1,1 (.(.. Oraunlst.
N. reeii Time 11:30, 111:30. , 3.30. 5, 0:30. 0. 0:30.
rcbes Uawee i loop, IBoi Balooay, BM itocs-isxis, n, tooi Ug,
OOMIBa Sl'NDAY .TACK nOKFOHD fv
iih i,rrri,K hiii'.piii.ri of kin.ikim ooBV
March 27, 1920
Sbowina I be SorenMi Kpleoda
ttf the AII-WiMem and
Mjslery st rial
Alao ,li.f Martin tho Only
Monkey ( i u 1 1, it lau In tlw
world, i .in H i. ii
'Over the Transom
Indian I'lctiirm lentil led
"Red Skin Duel"
ami t'niversal Current I vcnU (I'lrst SIiuwIiik)
SEfiar.'ii'li . f- , , i t , i -
llir r. run Slum In ( lutfiic' of i' in
The VIRGINIA BEAUTIES
"Snovvbair' Jack Owens
Pneeenttog Toftoi only
RldtonloiMlf I (i mi v
1 int IriiiiiiiM show 1 ' 1 I p. m.
VattdeTlllt) I: Itf i i '. IttOi h, i.i
nun-: ToOMIffOWi DKIKJ WOW show
'LITTLE MISS MANHATTAN"
( "Ir it 4 I. Ji'vrr
R I A L T QjToday Only
A Rugged, Dynamic Story of the Great Northwest
"Faith of the Strong"
SCI NT HY OF IMITI HKsgl H I. It Will 111 Mi W IN III .Itf 'I T ltl.l'TV
I'nriiUli ihe acttlnga thU virile driiiim of life u II Ih iniob up b) lie bra re anil the had from all
of tin. world, with a ireiiv love ntoyy threuilliiK rod-blooded aetlou Itwl p rasclnaUng in IB if'
Ainu ii PEATURKi COM I l nii iih. Kill lo OWllBWBA
Regular Priceg, 15c and 30c
Alice Brady in her greatest film success, "Sinners