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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1020
IIDPC TCAM UHDI Sonora Rebellion Is
UIAVjL ilhivi vvvjiu i)la;j
BY ALL CHURCHES
inn Tulsa Woman
Worry Over Husband
Open Interehurch World
Movement at Motor
I If. K I1IHI1 I'lCr'Oll 1'oWell. HOtl'll
iiliiiHlur ami prominently eonneeteil
with the Inlerchlireh worM moe
irirnt nioke nt 1 lie noun lunelienji of
tlie Mate niito cllili ut Hotel Tiilwi,
eaten lay. Dr Powell fpoWw on th
Mibjort of ClnlstlHii iiloallNin ami
moml hii.ihIdii, hm h inoan of t'liriiiR
til" troubles of tlic world.
"The Intercliureh world momnen.
In not n nx'iKlnif of the tliiirtlieit.
neither M II it romldn ulon. hn Mild,
vhrit It WHlly K I ro-oieralloti of
the 32 -llffi rent ilenomlnntion, lie
rmnnllilifil In murh tile mine man-
tier Hi tile en-0ietatton of the ullltft,
In Hie later i!o of the w.ir. w J i i-tt t
.Mninlinl rorli IihiI coniinnnti.
''P niriely reelnc the Doubled from
the worlil view liiMtead of from tinr
inw ilennnilnntlonnl view, lie wild
Imclor I'ouill In a man of Intel
national note being a Irleml of Kliik
Albert of MelKlnm and alo or t'nril
innl .Merrier lie I- 11 former prei.
ilvnt of llolnirt ami Wllllumx Hnilt.
roileRc. He Lime llele an Hie leiul
(i of a team of spi-iiUer. one of l.'i
vi li who are eoerln Hie I'ountiy
mill -peaMiiK before the in.'i clvle
i.rminlM.UIoiiH In behalf of the Intel -i
if. Iloyd of Kiinoax City mat?'
ihi Inlrodiietory leninrk In eoimee
,r.n wilh the biiereliuri h movement
H" compared the churrhen formerly
.id n 5" e Under nKliie with more
than a billion liorM.-pouer when ni
iled propel ly. but about 30 of l?ie
vere tnliwinii fiecpiently and Hill
rHiiotl Kreat loan of the power, "The
new moM'tnenl will not lake awn)
the (lenomlnal 'on pride." he milu,
"but tnerelj ninUen fur u Rienl in
c petition of power find .iiininpliwIieF
ehont one h indiTil llmen oh iiunii iih
II II Miller, of Knna I'llv aIo
Mirke on the moxetnent. He wiM
that we must eiUeate I lie iKimrant
tint only materially but rtii;intidy.
.1... f,.li,, ...,,.., n.i.l
IIH l'ilH"ll III'' .ihmiu ininn, linn
nther religions made Miieh head way
In the orient, he eNpliilned. wax I fiat
ill their iiilHHlonar.eH miked nllr.e.
ul'ii!" the (.'111 Mluli ml'Mlouai lex nit
irinli ii different Inlerpretallon of
the Milne. , I
"We are inteilng a revolution audi
whether we kii through It by an
iirehy minder anil bloodshed, or
mer the mountain top of truth and
llaht and n lerlflee deiemls upon I
'.!." be sam 1 Kllher nay that we
have It the world will eome out a
better, cleaner woiiii thun it wen.
In. but If we ro the way of the nil.
irehlM, the murdered, and the bo.
hevik. we hIihII xee our clvlllzn
lion topple at the feet of men. and
will take many ourx to rebuild
The club paxed a resolution en
ilorlnc the in. tlon of the Kxch.niKe
National bank In .ibxorblni; the lot.
sex caused bv the recent bunk fail
ure and thus sivlntf the depositors,
oppose Tnter-chu rch
Hit. W M. mIer-on Will Aall New
Mi'lluimiw .Motement rroin IIU
1,'ulplt NeM Snnilin,
Ilev W O Anderson, pastor of
Ihi I'lrM Map1!'! chin eb, will xpeak
nsiin t the Inter-church world muvi.
merit In a yermon, entitled, "The
Inlrrehtii ch World Movement. Hn
e'.i deslastlcnl Klftli Wheel." to be
de-, cred nt the service Sunday ecn-
Mr Anderson jexlerday eharacler
utd the Intercliurch movement n
unierosar expenditure of lime,
money and effort.
"1 he Interehurch
self. imitated by a
k'-nn fntheicd It. I
'for til n ii I ii it
I'M' niljhl have ben nut !nlo leclil.
in.ite er ice "
The Southern liaptlxt nnllonal eon
mention lefuxed to Join the Inter
i hureh movement :inil leiolutlons
eondeninlnk' It have been paused .it
a number of state inn entloiis, he
News about ihe turmoil in the
"new republic ' of Sonora. Old
Mexico. x of mote than caual m
terexi to Mrs (' II. (llasxcock.
Hotel Tuls.i. whose husband Is In
m Molxa Sonora Mr- tllaxs
cock h.tx not heard fioin her hus
band kltut dlfflcultlex with t'.ir
raniui lii'Kan In Sonora.
Mr. Hlassroek, who Is In the oil
biixlnesx, cume to Tulsa with Ills
wife about fMe iiionthx iiro from
their home In Yimui. Ariz About
tiu miles from Viima tx !a llolsn
near which Mr. (Ilasscook has sou
neiex of land leased from the dls
tllct of Souoiu Mr lll.ixsroek
went to l.a Molxa about two weeks
iiro to t'iu:ai;e Vihiiii I tul iMUM and
MeNfcaii peons to plant cotton on
th leased land.
Thole him been no trouble in
Sonora h'Melofoie. acoordliiK lo
Mrx (lliixxcink "We lime no
tored back and forth from our
home In Yuma to lt Moist a
number of tlinex and have aluax
fell xeeiire" she x,a!il "I'erhiipx
we hae been owr-confldcnt "
Mix. (llaxxeock xiild that her
1 1 uhI i.i fit I leased bin land from
(lovrinor (.'allex, whose nephew In
In charcc nf a .Mexican iturlson
near Iji Molsa
MEYER IN C. OF C. JOB
New Industry Department of Clinm-I
iM'r of Coiiiinciic Will Ho In J
Hands of Marney .Mrjer.
M.iine Meyer of Tulsa wax elec
led Industrial eommlKsloner of the
chamber of commerce at the week
ly luncheon of directors at Hotel
Tulsa esterday hoon. The Investi
gation committee, headed by M. (" !
II. lie, reported that Ihe applications1
of both .Mi Mici- and a Kansas'
( Hy man had been considered, and
recommended the appointment of
The new official of the chamber
of commerce heads a now depart
ment. Ills dutlex will relate closely
to the Industrial situation In and
around Tulsa. He Is to gal her In
dustrial statistics, and piosent them
to Industries: which are xoiiKht rori
this territory, or which axk for In
Mr. Meyer during hist residence ln
Tulsa has been a close observer of.
IndiiHlrlal conditions. He hax been
tentatively cuiraccd for xl months,
and is to receive ?2.000 for thlaj
ASK DAMAGES ON CONTRACT
Owner of .Store Claims Defendants
ItcfiiM'd to Hn) I'lxtiirex.
AxklnK dam.'iKCH of JaOO because,
of the alleged failure of W H. Cart
well. M. Iance t'ooper and others to
purchase the sloro fixtures at 17
Kast Third street for the sum of
12.000 und,er a written contract, xult
wnx filed In superior court yester
day by (Minrlex A. lillss.
Mlis.s claims the defendants nRreed
to purchaxii the xlore on condition
thn lease on the bulldlnR could bo
i-xtended two yearx. This w-a.s accom
plished. necordlnR to the petition,
but Cartwell and his associates have
since refused to pay the money for
(' on fa
few men," .Mr.
have been hoi
expetiFex of the
Only Three Running
for School Hoard
There will be no primaries In the
Fchonl board election this year I;
K Oberholtzer. announced last nlKht
"Thero were only two vacanlex, he
xald, and there have, been only
three men filed, two for position
number seven and one for number
Orni U t'pp, filed for number
one, and W A. Markls and II. S.
l'ellows for number seven It. R.
I.oekvvood and It S. Vellows are the
nen roIhk out. l'ellows Is runnlnB
foi rr-elecllon Tho election will be
held Ihe third Tuesday in May May
TO ACT ON EVANS OFFER
American LckIimi at .Noil Meeting
Will imsj on I'ihhi-ji
Action on Ihe proposal of Major
elect T. It. llvans that Joe Carbon
l'"M of the Ainerii.in leRlun Helen
I an name fiom Its ni.-'mlii rni,i io
ei,. ,lM volunt.il ttneiKeiHj po
lice under the new adnilnltraiioi)
"111 be taken at the next ickuI.ii'
meei'iiK of the pus! one week from
next Wednehday nlKht, accordinir to
lohn ItoRers, local post commander
"I have not discussed Ihe matter
With an member- nf the leRinn and
inn not prepared to s.i vv hi ther lhr
ill incept the lovitiitlon or not 1
'lo tun know how they will feel
about It," ltogers said llo thought
It unnecessary to call a spe. in! meci
iiik of the post to consider the propo
hltlon at this time.
l'ork DIptxNl riimrolalcs
K'r ivound 80 crittH
Superior Tea Room
YOU WILL FIND
Steve,' the Butcher
Purity Market and
114 East Second .
Who will Ixi glad tn m-o Ills
Special Sale on All
This includes an jwelusivc collection of medium
and lai'tfc hats in
Malines Georgettes Leghorns
and White Milans
Special Price for Saturday Only
All untrimmed shapes reduced to cost.
Roulean Millinery Parlor
Upstairs over Woolworth's Store
Tho lull ire Slack of llvatitul,
Silk and Silk Duvet yn
On Stile Saturday At
Mas Section Mnln I'loor.
Creams and Lotions
::r Hind's Cold and Vanlshlns
LT.e DiiKKett to Mamsdrll cream. IDc
"tn- Woodbury's Facial cream .. Ir
;;.c Melba Skin Lotion
f,0r I'ond'x Cold cream '
50c Dak'nett & Itnmsdell jlwr
ftOo Innrnm's Mllkweek erejm. nc
bOe I'ompellnn Massane, I)n
and Nlkilt cream H,
S0c Hind's Honey and Almond
cream lotion jj0'
r.0c Witch Hazel lotion "c
&0c Ilenzoin and Almond lotion, Silo
SI 00 I'ompelan Massage cream, Wc
J 1.00 Insram's .Milkweed Cream e
"!ic Woodbury powder ...'..... Ic
Lie Melhallne powder Hc
Ific Hlmo powder 'fo
r.Oc .lava Mice powder a0
bde (larden I'rnRrance 3o
fiOe Pnmpelaii Meayty too;
50e I'usy Willow- 30O
S0c Day Dream "f
pre .Mavis 30c
eOc Melba Itomjet SBc
7Be Love Me Mc
7oc Murce "!
Jl 00 linncee Hfc
11,00 .Melba Opera
ShavitiK Preparations and
S0c Mennenx ShavInK cream . . 39o
ICc Del.ux Shaving lather 3Bc
?.5c Williams Slmvinft cream . . 29r
,1!ie Williams ShavlnK Powder, ,'Jlo
rr.e Williams ShavinK Stick 2o
2fie .Melba ShavinK Cream l!
If.c De Mix Hhavlnn lather... IBn
fiOe Canthrox Shampoo 3c
tiOc Palmolive :tc
fiOe Packer's Tar Shampoo ... 8o
60c Watkin's Mulslfled Cocoanul
Ayers flranular Shainpoo .n
Ayers line Tar Shampoo 6fic
SI. 00 Toilet Waters for 79c
Including Woodworth's Tralllnn
Arbutus, WoodwoHh's White Uos,
Woodworth'x Locust Mlossoms, Mel
ba Honeysuckle, Daisy. Roquet nnd
Oardenia. Vnndevcr'.s SiTcUl Lilac,
2Tic Talcum 10c
HOC i'alcum 3c
SI 00 Talcum c
IEe Klmo Tootli Paste IDc.
JEc Williams Tooth Pasto lo
Ifie Lyons Tooth Paste 19c
3Jc Kolynos Tooth Paste SSc
.irie Slnreco Tooth Paste 'J!
bOc Pebeco Tooth Paste 39c
fiOe Mary Harden Tooth Paste, .tBo
If.c Peroxide I9n
2Se Amalln Deodorant Powder, 19c
Li.iterine .... 25-l!..10..19-Sl.00.H9o
Ilanderlno .. 25-l9-50-:in- 1 ,00-HBc
Illmo Quinine Hair Tonic 89c
f.0r Mary Fuller Nail Polish . . Ilflc
JSc Mary Fuller Nail Polish ... IBn
POe Itik'ram'x Itouce ;l9o
P0e Nnndever's ItoURe 30o
"fie Cutex Manlcurn Articles . . . !JBo
S5e llyslo Manicure Articles .. i!9c.
POe Sempro fjovlne 3Sto
Cutex Manicure sets, 60c and $t.r0
Hyelo Manicure sets, 50c and $l..iO
.Mary Oarden Toilet Water.
S3. 00 and Si.00
Mary Oarden Perfume, J1.26.
J2.60 and $6.00
livers La Trefln Kloramye
double xtrenRth toilet wat
New Shipment of Ayers Toilet
Ayers Tissue Mulldcr, tl.lt
Ayers Luxuiia, 65c and .... J I. '.'5
Ayers Face Cream $1.25
Ayers .Moth nnd Freckle lotion, flJin
Ayers Sralplnnl, 65c and .... $1.2.1
Ayers lllrxutol fl.o
Ajers Foot Ice Olio
Ayers Kau tie Meautn (l."o
Acrs Mrlllantlne, 35e nnd .... ttao
Ayers Manicure Articles . Ma
Ayers Face I'owder, 65c, $1,00
IFe've. A New Perfume
Made by an American manu
facturer, that rivals in .sweet
ness odors hy famous French
- Perfuiiu', Toilet Water, Tal
cum. Face Powder and Soap
all of this new odor.
Drne rxrcUou Main lloor.
A Suit Sale of Tremendous Importance
Our entire line of jersey suits-representing
the workmanship of some of
New York's best designers-covering a
comprehensive range of colors.
The styles are most advanced, the
materials are of the finest-the tailor
ing is superior in every detail.
There are twenty-four suits includ-ed-regularly
up to $55.00.
An event of such importance in suit
selling that no woman in the city who
wishes to dress the best for the least possible amount can afford to miss it.
Complete range of sizes, and all of the wanted colors.
tiUIT MIXTION Til 1111) I'l.OOIL
S; ' J
' 1,1 ljBi f
Clhnflcdiireim's GnnagflaauBin Pir58s
In 2 to 6 Sizes Reduced
None are reserved, dresses for play and school
wear, ami such pretty, attractive styles, really
the designers deserve great credit for Iho produc
tion of such garmenls as these.
All are new models, in attractive plaids, checks,
stripes and plain colors.
Touches of hand work, bloomer styles, arc
two outstanding features.
.$2.."0 Dresses reduced to $2.2."
$;i.00 Dresses reduced to $2.fl!
?3.f)0 Dresses reduced to $3.15
3M.00 Dresses reduced lo $!!.fi0
$.r.00 Dresses reduced to $4.15
$(5.00 Dresses reduced to 55.10
Children's ItrcnvM Second lloor.
Reductions on all Cinplutmx by the.
yard and Cinphain Dresses for Women,
Misses and Children.
Tit ':ntls of Yards and All Are Reduced
(iinghams for dresses, for children's wear,
for boys' wash suits every gingham need
can be supplied here during (iingliiiin
Week, at distinct savings.
27-inch Fancy Gingham, plaids in dark col
ors; regularly .'t!lc yard. Special, yard. .2i)c
.'(2-inch Gingham, fine assortment of plaids,
checks, stripes and plain colors, in all Ihe
wanted shadings; regularly ."Uc yard. Spe
cial, yard H9c
.12-inch Gingham Complete range of color
ings, in plaids, checks, stripes; alt of the
plain colors at this price. Hcgularly Cue
yard. Special, yard 59c
32-inch Gingham- This group includes Ihe
famous Win. Anderson gingham, considered
Ihe best on the market -plaids, stripes and
plain colors. Regularly !)5c yard. Special,
Devonshire and Kiddie Cloth, comprehen
sive range of designs and colors; just the
material for boys' wash suits and blouses.
Special, yard 19c
Junior Wash Pabrirs, stripes checks and
plain colors, 150 inches wide. As the name
indicates, a fabric suitable for junior wrar.
fTomrn'.i and Children'
Horn Midi kSodk
at Reduced Prices
Children's mack and White
Hose Med iiiin weight and ribbed,
all cotton, reinforced heel and toe.
Hcgularly f)()c. Special, pair. . ..l!)c
Children's Lisle Socks Some
plain colors, others with fancy
lops, all sizes. Hcgularly HOc, spe
Women's Mack Silk Hose, good
grade silk, lisle top, heel and Ion
full fashioned. Hcgularly .9,'J.OO.
special, pair $2.29
Hosiery Section Main I'loor. , j
In 6 to hi -Year Sizes
Not a garment of gingham reserved. The re
ductions appended apply to children's dresses in
plaids, stripes, checks and all plain colors.
52.7." Dresses reduced to $2.15
fl.00 Dresses reduced to $.'1.59
$5..r0 Dresses reduced to $1.95
$0.00 Dresses reduced to $5.40
$7..ri0 Dresses reduced lo $G.75
$9.00 Dresses reduced to $7.95
$10.00 Dresses reduced lo $8.95
$11.50 Dresses reduced lo $10.;15
Children's lrro Second I'loor.
Hcgularly 50c yard; special, yard 12c
Wash lnliri(! Sottlon Main I'loor
Misses and Junior
Sisf.'s from Id to 19 Years
$12.00 Dresses reduced to $10.80
$15.00 Dresses reduced lo $13.50
$10.50 Dresses reduced to $11.85
$18.50 Dresses reduced lo $10.75
$20.00 Dresses reduced lo $17.95
$25.00 Dresses reduced to $22.45
illswn' IrrM Sxinl Floor.
Plain Taffetas in Gray, Navy,
Hrown and Taupe, .'50 inches wide,
medium weight and grade. Kxtra
special, yard $2.95
Fancy Georgettes, over fifty pieces
in the. lot, every color and com
bination, '10 inches wide. Kxlra
special, yard $2.95
Silk Vcldcttcs, beautiful Sports
IMaids, in new color combiuati ns,
also plain colors, 10 inches wide.
Hcgularly $8.75 ami $8.5)5. Spe
cial, yard $7.50
Children 's Pique Hats 25 Off
- Charming clever Hoys' and Girls' .bite pique hats,
some hand embroid red, others braid edged.
There's a choice of Ihe complete line offered you,
ut these reduced prices.
Hcgularly from $1.25 to $1.00, Saturday at 25 Off.
i JlaUy SlKiiH &CCOHU noir.
I I I I I r'tt.'M
Crepe dc Chine Shirtings, good as
sortment of stripes ami colors, .12
inches wide. Extra special,
Fancy Foulards, dark color
grounds with light design, 3(
inches wide. Hxtra special
MIL Sootlon .Main I'loor.