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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, APRIL 13, l20
City Uric fx
tin1 Del.iwnrp H.iit!it okhoi 1 . 1 1 Ion, rr Mnry I' Htnmr
porli'il nt tlif TiilH.i licailiitiiiit Tit f'n-y, is. anil
nso Set for May 17 With
Still in Force.
ORK ON STRUCTURE
in Progress to
of Ihi' hksoi lullon iilimluy mill wan
pent to Junks for Ills (list work.
TIIH COT-Wll. i.f llklnlinmn nf t
tin- linprnvrit OnliT of Hcil Men1 lUMtM AN C'OAT.N'nV.
will meet In TuImi April 19 unil 20. with iiitprlriiienl of u
,,, - i-- vnliieil nl in from tlio (letiet Kiirnl-
T IlLi AKTIJUNOON millinery class tiin- roinpiiny In tlilx city, entereil
Willi h will open nt the Y. V. C. A n plea of not utility at Ills arralKH
Ihuixilay will meet from 'i to I, incut yesterilay helore .IumIi'm H. c.
ii clock on Moiulny nnJ 'i'hursilny aft-; Mnxey ami was releascil on hnml of
crnoons. ,j5on for preliminary iii-iultiK
I'CTITIONS KOIl tilVOItCi: wcre;!"-"
flletl by the followlnB In illslrlrt and Ml 18. tlCOIWi: M. ItANHOM.
superior court yesteriliiy: tlcoiela I prcslilent of the L'ollenlatn Alumnuii
nll iimilnst Kynoti Wall, Decla nsHoilutlon of Tulm. ws ntmlile till
i.iiiiii uuuinsi u. j. uuiin, vircinu fill her upcuMiiK cnciKement ltli
. (Jlhhon ubiiIiisI Phillip (Htisoti. ; tlm CoIIi-kp ilnli of llaillcsvllle yes.
41 1 Ini ri v. 'i e Hiv
llixtcr Iiovett. Iii
Shalivr All itccords
leliks Hubert Wllitlle. 2.'.. anil V.n
I. Cnstle. ?2, Tulsa. I'nul V. Dliksoii.
124, ItaniKiiii ami Murle .Milter, to.
r lmrp...l ! Avant; Allen lllewer, in, .toiicslmro. ! W O Dlekenson, N it Oruh.im.1
raincoat T - lleinb'e Wiinl. 1'.'. Tutwi, 1 I'rcl Hhaw ami Jnu W Kenton re-
mini raucuy, - i. ami riiuiinu t.luru, iiirnen Miminy ni:ni troin nninson
1U, Tulsa. Ih.lliMf r. Mo, where they hail spent
- - - i the list week flshliiK No rccnnl
Oiir wlnilows nro filled with llonip. uns kept of tho numlier of fish
tuMiii;s Hanks. Open a wivIiikm m-I riiUKht "So ono wouiil hellevn iih
count ami net one r.xcti.iiiKC Trust i an way. so we illiln't count 'em,"
f'o . II I'.int Third slieel Aitvt Uli.iham kiIiI vestrrilay
S"" kT jkV W jSf j&r jr jet aw ar star &r xr- .ar mr .-v -r- Mr w .- .r r .
tm Ilia Fixlrinn Trin K?
--'tf - - - ' ' ' u - - -
terilay ciilnir becniise of thu 111
ness of her ilaiichter. Miss .lane, anil
her mother, Mrs. J. I. Carver.
AN OltlMNATlON SKItVlcn Willi
take the place of the regular prayer!
meetliiK service ul tho l"lrst Haptlst
church tomorrow I'Vi'tilni; TIui four
ileucnns to ho orihiltieil nro I. W.
Hhamion, U ('. h'hauk, t'liarlcM
ViiiiKhun unil Dr. ('. S. MiiinimrH. 1
il,,,w .if th in. iici'ompanleit l.y Miss Veru Thompson '"" nro lb memuuis ot tno iionril
IIOIIH OI IIIO l.ll n t., . llif I nnrnnu
MAHUIAOi: I.tCnN.SKS wero Is.'
sueil to the following Sumliiy nml
Monilny hy the clerk of county
court! Krnnk t". Hmlth, DC, Tulsa, ami
. . .1 .
if!llCl.Hli'ii in ..v-ti.v ( Tilt: Tl'LHA CIVIC l.HAdUU will
lppt IlUll ill KcqUlrclllOIUS !"jit meet tomorrow because of the
1.. . ii j iiibsencc from the city of Mis, Mliah
CollUSIOIl Denied. U Lindsay, piesliicnt. Tho postponeil
liieetlm,' will bo held nt to o'clock
- - Wednesday morninK, April 21, In tho
HfMrt R on the nppllcatlon of TI'llbllc "brur'',
. W, , lessee of the Ilrady hotel' 0,nij m.;H"Uv7:s of 0
amalnat IS. M. llond and school will spend Halurdiiy nt tho
ii.m'.soii to. pernianeni injuuc .. n, iuiuii m ruriiiraiii toik
, ICjIIIFt tho rtC
r ,., ordering the hotel closed, Hlchard W. Hurkhart. mother of I
, li . inie before JiiiIko Itedinond , two of tho club members. !
I district court iosterdny, j
,. , i, uuicd lo May 17. The tem- HI., (l, H. HOI.TO.N reeintly up
or n i-iflrnln i.K order, prevontltiK poimeu assocuuionai missionary
iiHb oi ino uoiei on urn ui
Ktins that tile hoKtlei-y does nlit
f .rin wuli me ruien oi me oma-
IIirIIM c ..1111111011. remains
lui,r until l.irtnor action on ine
I r.nn 1 he pre per showing hetiis
,,,, 1, ..it T.ile Hrndy. owner of
Fotr' will reinodul thu fire es
,!,( ,iml the e.itrauces thereto to
'.for 1. s'rlrtlv with tho statn re
,,,'f'nci' S the c.iso was continued
tin ;ii,"rveiin nt of both parties.
Th f.i' escapes themselvea wcro
i-oun ' have been remodeled, nr.
rHlr.r to the orders Issued and It
Srra further afirctd that the iloori
, the rooms in tun 0111 oiiiiiuiik
iitil' to the file escapes Mill ho
itmoM'd und thai the windows open-
K upon the lire eccapes in 1110
irn-stary addition will either be
rmoved or replaced with doors.
ni-BanluiK cn.WKCM of collusion ue
icin lirady ami members of the
Mtc lieallh Inspection "furco ild to
ave been .nunc oy "ens, 1110 iurt'.
rtenl.iy aftcrncou mado the fol
'So far as tl M. Hond and CI.
i.irr.ioii. stllo health Inspectors,
li.ivinw nnythln to do with enterlni;
0 n coniipi a wiin into nrauy 10
fure the hot' l upon Investigation
mil that tlK'y have been acting
eooi faith and under in.ilriie-
nons from the office nf Or I.cwla,
laic health CDinmlssloner."
Urokcn Arrow Briefs
Mrs. Henry McCulIck, who has
Ilietn torlously 111 for noroo time, was
Irttnovcd Saturday to tho Homo of
Ihcr mother In Tyro, Kan. Kho was
.'itcompanlcd by her husbnnd and
Jlcmhrrs or the Christian clinrrli
iKndc'ivnr society enjoyed a social
lselon Saturday cvenlnn at tho homo
M .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hays. Tho
affair planned an a part of the
drive tor new memliers.
wllllains brothers nnd Oeortro
IWetjjtcr report a 'I.OOO.noo-foot gun
JhoII broueht In Saturday on their
I lease three miles north of town In
the renter of 2F.-1D-1I, This well is
within a short distance of tho Okla
homa .Natural pipcllno ,nnd within
:i hours nfter tho welt was brouKht
In connection was established nml
the product placed on tho market.
l.ocn interests Pi the Albert rllta
highway at tho Hot Sprlnus eon
untlon aru helm? looked nfter by K.
r Nlchllnc N. Ii. .Sanders, 1). A.
Wilton nml It. 11, Mitchell.
Tho remains of .Mrs. Curl Pnirn
el Hominy, who died In 11 Tuls.i
itospital Saturday nlBlit, wero
hrcUBht to ltrnken Arrnvv Kmiflnv.
The ruiiii.'il. tho dato for which Is
not announced, will tako placo from
the homo ot her slbtor, Mrs. W. T.
Cloes to Oklalioiiiii University.
r-. A l unch, whoso reilgniitlon as
tUtant on tho federal board for
locational educailoii will take effect
April ID. win become an Instructor
'1 the recently established academic
"jpartmem at thu Oklahoma school
of minis, Wilburlon. on April 19.
rne purposo of tho department will
" lo Klvo Instruction In academic
f'JDJicts 10 mm who hnvo not fin
M(I hiRh hchoci und who havo en
oiled for iraiuinif in trades
South Carolina Lady Suffer-
m Until She Couldn't Stay
lTP or Go Anywhere; She
Tells How Cardui
Hrinnrl Hrt. nnt
liatfsburp, S. c.In ,,,,,, ,l0W
' found relief from troubles that
W4 caused her much sufforlnjf. Mrs.
0wait, of this place, nays:
.fJCh ni0""i I would bedn to suf.
in k y ck a"'1 ll,ad- M'
'"" "oum ncho and I would chill.
' W;t I'o ablo to stay up, no
11k. . 1 ' wati'l to do, or
' wantCl' 1" bo. My peoplo
. ', , ElvnK 'p 'ilfferent medicines
"SSr1 t01 ct I UKln-t t.-ct
I 2lT no to1" '" Canlul, and
m" ' Kept It up. After a
trnv,. ' 11 'ti t navo
ud i Yw nbout Hlx
Uw'' It. heforo
trouM , . 0 nver "a(1 ""y
lineal m '""P- 1 ,mve ,,lken
r.Wi r twoln t,,fi winter.
can ll ' 1,10 lft th nc 11 unmnn
'f nervo?,.. ,h0 w, keep
?PPtlh "i'1'; fncreaso tho
t('n f L.rI.r r,u'" V Know it ha
If Vn . '"-neiit to me,
alt nervotiK, or suffer
Hl Ulltn . "...UllO, I
Cbdldren Should Never
Drink Tea or Coffee.
They are harmful to growth and
development and have a particu
larly bad effect on the nervoua
system of the child.
Give the children
and avoid tea and coffees harm
"Theres a Season"
n 1 2:
Their breath of ap
peal will reach the
big majority in any
Tho Jlnln C'onier In TuK-i
v Wliero Third Strwt C:nwnn Main
You are a Stockholder
in the greatest business
in the world
YOU are going to do an act this month whose in
fluence will carry around the world
It will seem a simple thing to you merely mak
ing a gift in the Interchurch World Campaign.
But in Church hospitals all over the country sick
people will be made happier, for part of your gift will
go to them.
In scores of children's homes supported by the
Church more children will have a chance.
In China where there is one doctor to every 400,000
.people (America has one to every 712) the Cfiurch's
medical forces will be strengthened and encouraged
Babies who might have died
In India where a third of the babies die before
their oecondyear.thelivesof babies will be saved,
Church schools and college will share your
gift half of America's 450,000 students in insti
tutions of higher grade are in Church Institu
tions. In preachers' homes where preachers' wives
have patched and darned and wetted their work
with their tears, life will be happier nnd better.
80 of the preachers now are paid less than
$20 a week.
These are some of the things your money
will do. And this is
What your money will not do
It will nor put two Churches where only one
should be. The Movement means thirty de
nominations pledged to prevent duplication
It will not bo spent in useless overhead. At
least a million dollars will be saved by the merg
ing of thirty campaigns into one united effort.
Your life will be at work
in every land
Whether you are n Church member, or wheth
er you merely contribute, you will put your life
to work through the Church in every corner
of the World. And long after your life is over
its influence will ourvive und serve.
These are tho terms in which to think of th
We have thought too long about it in terms
of little things. Let us get a picture this month
of its world-wide sweep. Let us stop thinking
of ourselves as givers of pennies.
We are fellow-workers with Almighty God
stockholders in the greatest business in the
United FinincUl Camptlcn April 25tb.Mijr 2nd.
vbtloMtion of Ihi drrtitemnt l mtda poflblm through the cooperation of thirty denomination
April 12th to 19th fs National
This event of
ance finds the
house of Vande
ver ready with
e o m j) rehensivo
and be a u t i ful
.stocks of Ging
hams and gar
ments of ging
ham. There's a price
e v e r y thing
of Gingham this
WMinips Hforo Dresses
At a DLttinct Saving During (llniliam Week
"Mender nnd "Queen" makes that find instant favor with discrim
inating women, are included an are all j;ii)Kliain droaaetf.
Plaids, stripes and plain colors are used in fashioning these modish
Generous in cut, careful workmanship arc features much appre
ciated. Billio Hurko nnd belted models, sizes from JIG to 52."
(5-1.00 Dresses reduced to...$,'J.5.9 $7.00 Dresses reduced lo. . S7.2.9
$5.50 Dresses reduced to ... ,..' $7.fi0 Dresses reduced to...f7.7
$0.00 Dresses reduced to . . . $5.35 $0.00 Dresses reduced to... $7.95
lliuiMt JlrotM Section Sotiiiii rioor
7 llf-lf ' v
During Gingham Week
Price of All
In '2 to 6 Sizes Reduced
None arc reserved, dresses for
play nnd nchool wear, and such
pretty, attractive styles; really
the designers deserve great credii
for the production of such gar
ments ns these.
All are new models, in attrac
tive plaids, checks, stripes and
Touches of hand work, bloomer
styles, are two outstanding fea
tures. $2.50 Dresses reduced to. . .$2.25
$15.00 Dresses reduced to. . .$2.09
$3.50 Dresses reduced to. . .$:U5
$4.00 Dresses reduced to...W.6'0
$5.00 Dresses reduced lo. . .$1.15
$G.OO Dresses reduced to. . .$5.40
Children's lmHC Sciiimi rioor
Misses and Junior
An Opportunity to Save on
In 0 to 11-Year Sizes
This annual national event Is
of exceptional importance, be
cause tho savings arc most un
usual, considering the time o'
yenr the exceptionally pretty
styles offered and tho high class
Not a garment of gingham is
reserved. The reductions ap
pended apply to children's
dresses in plaids, stripes, checks
and all plain colors.
$ 2.75 Dresses reduced to $ 2.-15
$ 4.00 Dresses reduced to $ 3.59
5.50 Dresses reduced to $ -1.95
G.00 Dresses reduced to 5.10
$ 7.50 Dresses reducctl to $ 6.75
$ 0.00 Dresses reduced to J? 7.95
$10.00 Dresses reduced to $ 8M
$11.50 Dresses reduced to $10.35
Clillriren'N Dnsiscu Second Floor
Prices All Reduced for This
Some of the features worth
considering arc generous hems,
fine quality pearl buttons. The
tailoring Is of high order.
Most of the garments nrc of
the famous "Cadillac" make.
Style features nrc leather belts,
large pockets and organdy -collars.
Sizes from M to 10 years.
$12.00 Dresses reduced to $10.80
$15.00 Dresses reduced to $13.50
$10.50 Dresses reduced to $11.85
$18.50 Dresses reduced to $16.75
$20.00 Dresses reduced to $17.95
$25.00 Dresses reduced to $22.15
Mir' DrwiM-si Smiiik1 floor
Thousands of Yards and All
Ginghams for dresses, for chil
dren's wear, for boys' wash suits
every gingham need can be
supplied here during Gingham
Week, and distinct savings.
27'inch Fancy Gingham, plnidB
in dark colors; regularly 39c
yard. Special, yard 2.9c
32-inch Gingham, fine assort
ment of plaids, checks, stripes
nnd plain colors, in nil the
wanted shadings; regularly 50c
yard. Special, yard 39c
32-inch Gingham Complete
range of colorings, in plaids,
qhecks, stripes; all of the plain
colors nt this price. Itegularly
G5c yard. Special, yard 5.9c
32-inch Gingham This group in
cludes the famous Win. Anderson
gingham, considered the best on
the market plaids, stripes and
plain colors. Regularly 95c yard.
Special, yard 85c
nk..... Miiy irriiiiiin
w.Wt .tuk0 ri""' t,,u
Altt, 1''Uud UruFff'3ta sell Cardui,