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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THUKSDAY, MAY (5, 1920
NEW ROTARIANS Tulsa Cnns fn "FnI rin m
ARE INSTALLED New Beau Brummel Uniforms
FED AND CLOTHED MANY
Yesterday's Meeting De
voted to Inaugural
Dr. Walter Gives Illustrated
Address; Harvey Young
Installation of officer, elected a
utflk ago, occupied most of the.
niooilng of the Notary club tit Motel
Tubrn at non yoatcrday. The new
omcors wore gleen the affair of tin. j
-!! anor lilting ceremonies i on
iluetcd by (' H. Iluchnei. retiring
president, awiatod by other memt th.
Tho new officer arc: pri-mdon!
. It. (lulhrion; vlco prrsidcut. Hen
Lanranter; ecretary. Union Trill, jt
Ire-elected); treasurer, Walter Nluh
olH, and Krgeaut-Ht-armn, flcorpe
rollowlng the meeilng )r It l
Walter, loeal veterinary tdirgenn.
made an interesting talk on oovlne
tuherculMlii, .llii-irailiu: hi t.nx wKh
onllghlanlnic phntogrnphi and draw
ilnjiti showing form of tubeieu:oln as
' ninnlfrati'tl In vurluiiK parta of a
Jlarvey Young wiu on the program
for a Hhort talk on the oil bimUum.
for Ititi'it'linri'li Work
Ilev. I.. I. Mratinnn, director of
the Interchurch financial campaign
In the Ttlli.il district, spent yestor
ilny In Hartlosvlllc In the intercut of
the campaign Mr. Itiannnn mild
Hint at but reports about J 140,000,
000 had been raided throughout
America In the campaign. Oklabo.
ma a share being about MOO. 000
The campaign will cloe this week.
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Vvi.'.lnt it be a grand and glo
noiiH KMiK.ition to sec the mcniteiH
of Tulsa' police force, from chief
to patrolman, arraved in latest
style uniforms? to su them walk
ing down the boat, Jauntily swing
Ing their clubswith houldr
thrown back and heart held high
wiih coal and trimmr neatly
Well, that'K what going to
happen. And in the very near fu
ture, ton. Kor Police Com nils
Hlonr J. M. Adklson und the
major anil other commisslonm
havo agreed It shall no done. That
makes It unanimous.
There are no funds available for
this purpose from the city bud
get. Ingenuity devised a way.
Within the next few davs a
charity ball will bo given at 'con
tention ball to provide thesu uni
forms. There will be. unexcelled
music and the crowd will be se
lected with care. I'or it is to he an
"f am s.iMsficd tins event will
provide funds for pun basing uni
forms," Mr. Adklson said yester
day. '-.Not only will It bo. an im
portant social oroaslon, worthy of
the presence of Indies and entle.
men, but the purpose for which It
Is to be given will brltiK manv per
sons who would otherwise remain
Mr Adklson bollovo he has
found the solution of the vexing
uniform problnm hike every other
oltlson- oven morn so- he wants
tho police department to present a
pleasing appearance while on duty
--(in appearance In keeping
with Tulsa's clean buildings, it's
clean slroots and It oloun popula
tion. lie wants to hasten the time
when strangers In Tulsa will see
fit to make complimentary re
marks on the appearance of the
police forre, and bo able to distin
guish it policeman front a civilian
by his clothes, anyway.
Keport of Wink for ptll Shows
(iootl Hoods of 1 1 ii mil nc Soelcl)
A summary ot the years activities
of the Tulsa County Humane olet
will be given at the stimuli meeting
In the humane office in the nuirt
bouse at K o'clock Krldav evening.
May ?. New officer will be elected
also. All member of tho society ate
urged to attend.
During the month ending April
30 the humane wnlely sent out 2 1
unlet fur gnu cries, paid five house
rents, furnished fuel for two fami
lies; and mpitired six houses Itall
load fares were paid for II people,
1 3 meals furnished nnd employment
found for in men ami nix women.
Old and new clothing way provided
mi id. annus bhii c mini en. mere
were 120 calls in Ukncaa by the
vv ell :ii .i nurse and 110 by the com
munity iiutse and 40 children treat
ed In the flee i Imli The so.lciv wan
also active In welfaie and Juvenile
Long Arm of Late Is
Catching Mann Here
in "Cleanup" Drive
I V. H C. A. Membership
' J Iff. at f
! in ,neei vif.s nvemna
WOMAN WARNS DEMOCRATS '",r' fu"y avoided mentioning any-
j thing of tho dry and wet question In
I specchm which proeoded hers.
Ilirealoiw Ulw.Mi.ln Party Will, .-,. democratic party now ha
loss of Voir on Wet I who the opportunity to gather to it almost
MIIAVAl'KKi:, Wis. May 5. "10 ""H'1 women' vote," wild Mrs
Threatening the democratic party i ,!air "I'V'on republican women aro
wiin me loss or the women vote
in Wisconsin If tho mon leaders of
tho party dared to teinpnrlzo in any
degree with the "web.,'' Mix. Clin
ton M. Ilarr, atatc vlcn chairman of
Wisconsin women democrat, cre
ated a sensation at the meeting of
Wisconsin democratic national con
vention delegates and women this
Her speech waa frequently inter
rupted with applause by the women,
while the men looked astounded
Old politicians on the men's aide had
Arkansas Lady Says She Was
in a Serious Condition, but
Promptly Recovered Aft- ,
er Taking Thed ford's
disgusted at the actions of the repub-
.V canvasti of tho women Indicated
that they were a unit agalnet a
"wet" plank. i
The, men composing the 'delegation '
proper did not dlscilsa "Wet" or
'dry" spec ificnlly. but adopted a
resolution to be governed by a ma
jority vote on resolutions.
There Is a right ami wrong way
to do nil things.. Hut Tim Uorlil
Want il way Is iilvwis right.
"The Icanup campaign ' prom
l-d liv Mavor T I' llvans whs
-luted In e.irnesl but night, when
several Jake and gambling Julius
which hart been running wide
open were raided An alleged
ambling Joint wna raided ut lit
Ninth Mutn. and 12 men were ur
realed Officers who made Die
rest aald that they had knpvvn the
Joint was In operation Tor some
lime past hpi had inatructlon to
leave it alone
I'll to II o clock last night mote
than 30 at rest had been m ide
These included vag. diunks gam
hllug house fieiiicntciN and "dope
peddler Itond III most cases w .is
fixed high "We are going to
leim up Is the slnean of t'lip f
.1 A .ii-in fson mid bis poll e ie
p. It I nit hi
'iiv i.l me Tills i .iiwnrlat ion. Misnlport. I1
I idiim. ish. Mb Mllsiihcth Hour- C'h.caeo
I i inn mis .1 ii. lllihiirds. and .Mis
N W Mavglnnls. who will picture
i tho i inventiin from itlffeient anglis
(tins evenina At a sm.il hour fol-
lowing the meeting hosieoses will be
,M)'ilames l lchiiids, MiDKltinU and
, . ltnlh.
and js now on h i vvay to
Mrs. I'rost. her son nnd
daughter are former well known .en
idem of Tulsa
Inteiestlng development, in. I in
idents 111 the iNltJnruil V C A
i. invention held In Cleveland reeep lj
will he reported bj tb" Tulsa dele
H'tew at a meeting for a'l .'., a
lion members, at T.J'i o'eloek this
ovenlng In the V W The eonveii'loti
was one of the most imp. main evei
held bv the national aHsi..'iati,,n and
i-Risia,,..,, wnicn win he of far daughter Ml-. IMIth Piost, who
. . i'i "1 i lie lives or w ollO'o llllllel w i lit nil oner ll on r.'. iin.eiiill.
llKll r.el. -i . Ilt1 lit the West .4if bnsil.l, ' ill
s i lieai;.. i'Ih -un In--- Ii .mi his
jiis,, i.e. ii ..iiiimotu d r i .im shrive
Mr. I ni in ( lilciiiro.
Alra. ora Ughtnnr Krost was ea.led
to Chicago cslcrd ly fiotn ilklahona
City by the crlth'sJ eondltlon of liei
tnilli ,n Aiiit.c,, ,,n, ut r
vv is rn i. I. .I Vim. nn ' :n,i ,i
i w ere MH4 . dn . . c item . . i
Will Improve Clitircli,
Members of the l'"lrsl Il.ipllst
church vntetl to raise 0ft for
chinch Improvements on Hunday
.I line ti, at u liuslnesa meeting held
In the church esterdny evening It
Is hoped in raise the entire sum In
one day. Tho Improvements vvl'l In
clude stuccoing of tho rhun h In
terlor rcileenriitloii, Installation of i
furnace anil chnngea in iias. tootns,
llolierl A Mrltirne.
I nneral Director Phono 4r)R Ut.
I 2 ftouth Main. Advt
CITY RETAINS W. R. H0LWAY
I'liKltieer t.lvcn I ha rue of Wilier
Works by ( 'omitiKsbincr,
W. It llol way, local engineer, was
retained by the city water depatt
ment yealerduy hs consiiltlng and
checking engineer, his s.ilaiy to b
fL'So a month. Mr. Ilolway had taken
charge of the walerwoiks plant .
Tllosilay at the direction nf Watur
Commissioner C S Voiiiikinan, aft
ir former einpinves under the lluli
hari! adinitilslratlou are alleged to
huve walked out rather uncern
monlously Ills principal duty at present Is to
supervise the laving of u concrete
foundation for the heavy duly pump,
which hai been putcliaseil by the
illy fltiil wli.. h Is oxpci ted to arrive
True economy In food means
bu'ii,; the hr loaf of
CAPTAIN EARNEST HILL
FEELS LIKE NEW MAN
Accept "California" Syrup of Klgs
only look for the name California
on the package, then you aro sure
your child is having tho best and
moat harmless physic for tho little
stomach. I.vcr and bowela. Children
love It, fruity tas'e Kull direction
on each bottle You must say
"California " - Advt
THE BLACK AND WHITE
Clears the Complexion, Re
moves Pimples and Un
sightly Skin Blemishes.
W'hst would yon pnii If you could b
Miirrt Ihst benuty peclnllnts would b
sls to rlrar your completion, maks your
roiiKh. pimply, blotchy fr, bsml, nk
snil arms woft. smoolh n nil lovely?
Long siro rfallzlnx th nffil of h prp
nratlon thst would rcntorr the complet
ion to Its youthful rny tint rntnovn un
f lrhtly pkln blrmtiihrs beauty and akin
apectullita wprn put to uork to perfect
a hnm treatment to clear tho akin of
plmplea, liver spots, freckles nnd other
imperfectlonn After many leala and much
eperltne.nt. lllark nnd White Ointment
wti offered the public. Thin creamy ap
pllintlon t (lenerally applied before re.
tlrlni? and v. hen ued In connection with
ItlMck and 'hlle lleauty Hnap, aatlifac
tory reaulis are. guaranteed.
Poach Orohnrd, Ark. Mm. Ktta
Cox, of this place, ways: "Somo lime
ago I had a spoil of aute Indigestion,
and was in n. bad fix. 1 knew I mum
have a laxative, and tried Hhuik.
Diaught. it relieved me, and 1 noon
won nil right.
"I can't my enough for Thedford'H
llltuik-Dratight, and tho groat good It
did for mo.
"It is finn for stomach and liver
trouble, anil I keep It for tills. A
few-Moses Foon mtiHo mo feel a good
(ui new. 1 .im glad to tell othcra the
good It did."
Acute indigestion I a serious mat
ter and needs prompt treatment or
dangerous results mny ensue.. A
physician's help may bo needed, but
a good drwo of Theilford's Mack
Draught will be of benefit by re
lieving tho Hystem from the undi
gested food which is tho caumi of tho
Thedford's Wack-Prnught Is pure
ly vegetable, not diiwiKrcoablo to
toko and acta In a prompt and nat
So many thousands of persons
havo been benefited by the usn of
Thedford's Black-Draught. you i
should havo no hesitancy in try.ng
this valuable, old vvnH-establlahed ,
remedy, for most liver nnd toiniw:h
Sold by all reliable druggists. !
If You Have Pure Blood irt'n0";?"... In
sJucn roor neaun tJctore
Taking Tanlac He Wna,
Not Able To Report For
"TIZ" FOR SORE, ,
TIRED FEET AH!
To Im In a continual main nf food
health In the v'riAlett ol all rlrslng and
more to be rovrled than rlchfi Such per
feet health la not ponlblo, however, if jour
blood is taturaM with poltoni. Vou may
feel fine at limes, but all thn hllo the
poUoni are grnilually undermining )mr
ohole sj-iiem. and ome day when it Is loo
late ou will find yourself a jihjsieal ureek,
You know polbly jour Uoclor lias
told )on that .,ur lilood Is saturated llli
Impurities This comlltlon Is manifested
by scrofula, sores, eruptive skin and aim
Do jou realise the seriousness of further
neglect I Why not begin now; take Pre
serlptlon I' 5553. the treatment of a
physician ho made a study of blood dU
easest This treatment has relieve.! thou
sand" It's t..1t,e that you will i. ecu re
eipially as kih.,1 results.
"uppose iii do this gn to your nearest
drura-lst today and set yourself a II (10
hotlle of I'rceenptlon C-2533. If. after
taking two bottles as directed, joti have not
received sufficient benefit to assure ,yoti of
se-urlns permanent relief. take the
empty liottln bark to your druggist and net
tho $3.00 that ou pai,) for tho treatment
In taking Prescription 0-2229, something
to regulate the lowela and assist In throw
log off lh poisons la no'es.ary. IS'.'.1)
laver I'll I a wore prepared oupeclally for this
purpose. They have certain tonic effects and
do not si.-krn or gripe. One is a dole
If your druggist will not supply ou
send his name and $ i T r. far one tl '0 Isil
tin of Prescription ( 32Vn and a 'Joe Imii
of 222B blver Pills Write Dept 130 223,'t
I,t-irntry. .Memphis. Tenn for literature
1020 Almanac, and sample of tbo I'i'.i.
"I feel Just like a new man slrtre I '
began taking Tanlac and I am not
only willing, hut 1 am anxious to tell!
other people what this medicine has'
dono for mo," itt Captain ICarnest
If. Mill, Portland, .Maine, recently
Captain Hill I In command of the
Hen Hur, plying botweon Portland
and Casco Hay. lie has been In the
service for 10 years ami is held In
high regard ns an officer and citizen
by all who know him.
"I havo suffered from indigestion
and stomnch trouble ror the p.isli
eight yearn," continued Captain Mill.'
"and at the tltno I started taking
Tanlac I was In such a weakened
condition I could hardly sttnnd up. I
When I walked I would actually '
Mtaggor like a drunken man and. at
times, would havo to hold on to
something to keep from falling. Af
ter every meal I would simply suf
fer torment. My food would sour
and I would swell up so with gas 1
could hardly get my breath.
I would also have awful smother
ing spells at night anil sometimes I
would have to nrl up to get my
t breath Lots of limes I would have
io open tho windows and doors to
let in fresh air, or go out Into the
open a,r in order to get my breath.
I could not find nnythlng to do me
any good and along toward the last
ii RUIN POLICY
7 Iw miter can truthful 7 ; that Tulna will cither fo down in hi
torn as an open ahnp town or it will not be ni town at all. l'aw,
dear reader, if iou arc prejudiced to an open nhop town iou ntinlU
as well take the first train out of town." From Tulsa Open Shop
(Square Deal) Association ad.
Tho nbovc excerpt from the Sunday nd of the Tuli Open Shop (Sqtmro
DohI) Asnocintion neods but little comment. It means that this small group
of holier than thou saints will either nuko Tulin, the Wonder City, an "open
shop" town or ruin the oil enpitnl of the world.
And they cnll themselves builders.
Theodore Roosevelt, in n speech delivered in Wichita, Kan., September
19, 1912, described nn "open shop" (non-union) ns he found it in New York.
He snid :
"I hnd been down through tho tenement district, where
they mnmifnctured non-union cigars. I remember one place, a
room iu icet square. I tound two families living in this place.
including a bonnier. The men,
and children worked
by tiny and by niht, week in nnd week out in this 16-foot
room, in squalor nnd filth, with the stacks of tobacco mixed
with the foul bedclothes; with the cooking utensils piled up
in the corners of the room nnd the men, women and children
working with the cignrs."
Is this condition desired in Tulsa?
Would the public rnthcr hnve the conditions as expressed by Theodore
Roosevelt obtain in Tulsn than tho sanitary, up-to-date system that prevails
wherever tho union label is used?
The "open shop" is a misnomer. There is no such animal. There can
be no middle ground. A shop is cither union or non-union. Oil and water
have never been known to mix.
Organized labor has been the means of helping women and children.
Your nine-hour law in Oklahoma has beon a blessing to thousands of
women who must work to live.
THINK IT OVER, TULSANS.
Special Central Executive Committee.
CM I TAIN KAHNKST IIIM)
of Porllaiiil, Ma I no.
I becainn so weak and nervous I
could not do my work
"Five bottles of 'I'anlae havo made
a wonderful change In my condition
It helped :ne ftom the very first doso
and now I feel a good aH I did when
I was twenty years old. I sleep fine
and havo a fine appetite and Just
feel like a new man In every waj I
am now able to bo on deck every
day ready for duty."
Tanlac in sold In Tulsa, exclusively,
liy the Qpaker and Puritan Drug
"Ti." Is Grand for Aching,,
Swollen Tender, Calloused '
Fopf. nr Coma. I
I Ah' What rHef. No tnoro tired
1 feet: no moro burning feet, no more
! swollen, aching, tender, (sweaty fee)
I No more Horoncss in corn, callouses,
No matter what afl your feet or
what under tho sun you've Tied .
without getting relief, Just use "TU."
Tlr" to i no only remedy tnat nnivv i
out an tnio poisonous exudations
...tlll. -..ISC Attn. Csu. .eivtl ntl-AI
i "n ' ' "ir..n"" .',?"..,,n ' vntir foot trouho HO
WHO HAS YOUR
On to your nfirent ilrut? tore tod si y nnd
buy thn complete Trrutruent of Ointment
find Hoip for only 60c f you cannnt
find It. arffpt no NUbtfiitutt) but arml ijl
rcci to tuo inanuinciurerB
you will clip thin KilvfrtlieniiTit nnd mall
to Black and Whltft, l!ox 913. itempIiU.
your foot troublo ho you II novor
limp or draw up your fuco In pain.
Vour nhoes won't scom tight and
your feet wdll never, never hurt or
get wore and Hwotlen. ThlnV of it no
moro foot mixery, no tnoro agony
from cornw, callouses or bunions.
Oct a box at any dnur fttore or
department store nnd get Instant re
. lief Wear amallor rhoe. Junt once
try 'Tii " Got a whom yonr'w foot
comfort for a fow centa. Think of
SKIN PEELED OFF LIKE FISH SCALES
BURNING AND ITCHING ECZEMA
RELIEVED BY TAKING
NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD
Andrew Iitiird, 06 W. 6th SL, bottle. Hnvo complete relief; nlcop
Chanutc, Knn waken tho following' In comfort and bellovo Number 40
statement: "I could not sleep on nc. .will completely euro me." Witne.ia
count of a burning and itching ec- to signature, Chan. W. Hrown 40 j
fcmii which stnrted on my fingers, 'act directly on the skin through the
spread to my hands, arms nod limbs, j blood and Is demanded in eezeinti.
burning nnd Itching like fire, causing 'sores, ulcers, glandular swellings
rno to scratch to relieve tho pain. ', chronic rheumatism, catarrh const!
Statistics show that if all savings were di
vided equally every man, woman and
child would get about $218.
Who has your share?
Make your start now, for more savers arc
added each day and the average will not
remain long at $218.
We pay 4 per cent interest on savings,
Ask for a book bank when you open your
Tho skin peeled off Uko fish scales. I
tried a number of medloincs without
reSiftf. Number 10 was recommend
ed to nio by Chns. W. Hrown of the
Hrown lrug Co. I Improved from
tha Btnxt and am now on my fifth
patlon, stomach, liver und kidney
troubles and all discuses arising from
Impure and Inrpovnrlsluvl blood
Made by J. C. .Mendenhall, Hvans
vfllo Ind. 40 years a. druggtat. Sold
by Stolnbcrtr Dros. Advt.
JL NATI O NAL BANK
O V TULSA
FOURTH AND MAIN
"THE CONVENIENT CORNER"
No. 8822 Ivory, four-piece Suite. Price $413
No. 8822 American Walnut, four-piece Suite. Price 413
No. 125 Ivory, four-piece Suite. Price 358
No. 125 V Ivory, five-piccu Suite. Price 350
No. 8600 Circassian Walnut finish, four-piece Suite. Price. . 265
No. 50 Ivory, three-piece Suite. Price 235
25 Less Jukou
Glad tirliiu'H to lovers of beautiful Furniture in the days when
the cost of living keeps soaring.
For Friday and Saturday we arc offering a selection of BED
ROOM SUITES at a reduction of 2", per cent.
Come early, for the selection will not he lure very long. In
every nook and corner you'll find Bedroom Suites of walnut and
ivory, white enameled in the latest period designs, so distinctive and
so much in demand.
XTAIS' Is l10 limo lo In,y mt lonKd-fo' Bedroom Suite,
lN w VV Take advantage of this reduction and make your
home a paradise at a price that is astonishing.
Stanford Furn. Co.
106 EAST SECOND ST.