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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 0. 1020
NEW FORCE PLANS
TRAFFIC RE FORM lii'
Pedestrians as Well as
Motorists Now Must
CHAFT NEW ORDINANCE
Police Will Ask Co-operation
of Auto Club iti Framing
Speeders, "Jay" drivers, "Jay
parkera nnd "jay- walk? watrh
your step. That's the edict Issued
yesterday l.y Nick Homackol, traffic
nergcant of the pollco department.
An efficient traffic force, according
to Hemackel, Is now In its formative
fctute. Within a week It Is to' be per
fueled and 11 drive started on motor
ists who full to observe city ordi
nances and polico order.
A pusent theie .11 II officers In
ho traffic department. including mo
torcyclo officers. As soon as assign
ments are made, these officers will
cover their respective beats "Wiv n
necessary, mnlorocto officers will
lako the:r place at street Intersec
tions. If the foree Is sufficiently
l.rge, officers will watch pedestrians
at street Intersections the same as
they witch automobile. Thn purpose
1 to cause pedfstrlnns to observe the
ame Mens as automobile, and walk
in the direction In which traffic Is
"Some changes are needed In the,
ordinances relating to traffic," Ho.
micke declared. " will probably
meet with the Automobile, club Fr.
day and ask the co-operation of Its
members In framing mm ordinance
that will meet local conditions in
ordinance that will be cquUablo to
the city as well 11s to mntorlats "
What changes will be made haB
not been decided. It Is possible that
parking may be prohibited between
Second and Fifth streets on Main ut
certain ncrlorts of tho day and that a
time limit will be established and en
forced during the remainder of the
clay. The city may require "length
Om" parking with hoth right wheels
of the car approximately the same
distance from the curbing. Motorist
miy be required to "back in" to ihe
cirb with rear wheels of earn touch,
inc and front wheels set at a tOlght
Because of the steadily Increasing
number of automobiles In the city
the parking problem is a eing one.
espnlally on Saturdays and on other
busy days. Tho condition may lin-
rovu slightly when Tulsans liivc for
fir summer vocations, but It Mill
icturn to former conditions when
"Members of the Automobile club
are practically all nutumohWo own
rs." Itemackel said. "t'hey should
know what Is most desirable from
tho motorists' standpoint. Then the
ommlmlon will use lis judgment In
looking after the Interests o the pe
destrians llv co-operating In this
manner, we ought to work out an
ordinance that will be safe and
Hut matters of circle tnos and
disregard for exIMIng.ordlilnnces will
not be tolerated, regardless of the
contents of the revised ordinance,
Upmarket declared. Traffic 'condi
tions in Tulm are deplorable, and
,thry ate going to be remedied as
far ns tho traffic department is con
cerned, he mild.
Y. M. C. A. Notes
Announcement was made Wednes
day by ,1. H, Miller, physical direc
tor at the Y. M C. A., that the busi
ness men's gymnasium class which
meets every evening at 6:30 o'clock
would continue, throughout the sum'
mer. The gym classes heretofore
have closed .June 1. "The average
attendance In this class lias been
unusually good for this thno of the
year, Mr. Miller said, and It Is be
lieved many ulll deslro to continue
the exercises during tho hot
In the boys' division the, gymna
sium classes will give way to a swim
ming program as soon as school Is
out. There will be swims at all hours
of the day for the boys, it was an
Word was received yesterday by
If. I.. Itclnzman, religious secretary
at thn V. M. C. A., that Waldo It.
Davison, general secretary of tho Y.
M. r. A. at neclfe, Hrazll. will speak
In Tulsa May IB and 17 Mr. Davison
will speak In regard to the foreign
work of the Y. M. C. A. with special
relation to the South American
field. Tho Tulsa Y through lhc Pan
American club, supports. It. C Scott,
an Y. M. C, A. secretary, at Santiago,
Y. W. C. A. Notes
Young women o the Tidal Oil
company held a luncheon In the
business and professional women's
clubroiim Tuesday noon. Oames nnd
char.tdes made fun at the "play
party" held by thn Halliburton
Abbott club at 7.30 o'clock Tuesday
evening. A clever skit called "The
Doctor Magician" was presented by
Misses twi Hue I'liUcn, Stella Harton,
and Catherine Wood. The party
closed with talks by memhers of the
exeeutlvn committee nnd with refreshments.
Young women of Oklahoma Pro
ducing Hcflnlng On lunched to
gether at tho Y. W. Wednesday noon.
The weekly meeting qf the Cen
tral National bank coterie will bo
held at 7 o'clock Friday evening.
C. 13. Huchncr and Mrs. A. W.
Hoth Will be the principal speakerj.
at a luncheon of the recently orgarf
ized committee for the business and
professions! women's department of
the Y. W. at noon Friday. Miss
Constance Klrlch and Mrs. O. It.
Iconard are the associate chairmen
of tho committee, the mcinbeis of
which are Miss Elizabeth Hourland,
Mrs. Paul Heed, Mrs, C. II. Fcnstcr
macher, Miss Florence llenld. Mrs.
Hay Fankhouser, Miss Mauy Clay
Williams, Mrs. II. N. Cole, Mrs. It.
A. .Montague, Mrs. C.enrge M. Han
som, Mrs. I K. Abbott, Mrs. I.loyd
Hayer and Mrs. Thomas.
A four-lesson millinery class will
open Friday evening. The class will
meet from 7 to 0 o'clock Friday and
Monday evenings for two weeks.
I'rlcow on Decline.
CH1CAOO. May S Some f ood ,
prices were on tho decline here to
day according to the United States
bureau of food and markets. Re
ports of bumper crops of onions and (
cabbages on the way to Chicago
were said to bo one of tho reasons.
A circus party for all the rlrl re
serves Is being planned by the girls'
work department for tho near future
Mrs. Victor Hunt, employment
secretary, will bo absent In Wash
ington, D. O . on her vacation dur
ing tho mouth of Maq Mrs. Floy
Corkill. assistant employment scrre
tary, Is now In charge of tho de
partment Miss Kthet Fonda spoke on the
need of association secietnrles In
Freritom at once from the uronr of
kin rilf. The noothlni wih of oils.
Trr PJ.H.D.-ll'idltrmnt. 0cnd
J l.oo. The flrtt bottle (utranteed torho
JUL Lotion for Shin Disease
J Ihe VogueX
New Wright BUg. US W. Third St.
Important Sale of
This merchandise is from our regular Vogue slock and is the best that
money can bug. The prices during tliis sale arc those of ordinary
merchandise, Don't forget thai the Vague never bugit one dollar's
worth of merchandise for sale purposes.
Thn celebrated Fleur do Us, handmade
and trimmed with real laco. Tho WalHtH
In this lot were formerly priced at J 10.60;
reduced tor this sale
L.OT NO. 2 "Waists thai were priced at
$12, SO aro priced for quick 1Q f?(
clearance at tf)u.OJ
LOT NO. 3 Waists that formerly sold
at Jlfi.50 are priced during J- O ETA
thla sale, at u)Xm9U
VOILE AND FILET "WAISTS that wer
forraerlyjirlced.at 30. HaJe (POO f(
price, for'thls week only.. OMtULf
VOILE WAISTS, In real fllet, all hand
made, with beautiful drawn work. Reg
ular $30 value. Salo (100 tTl
price. i $ZZ.DU
VOILE WAISTS, hand made, with beautiful
vai iaco. itcEuiar price,. D't rr It It
MS. 50. Reduced to
LOT NO 1. $25 fine Alpaca Sweaters, priced.
LOT NO. 2. $48 all-silk Sweaters, priced
LOT NO. $55 all-silk Sweaters, priced .
Beautiful Taffeta Dresses that Rold at
from $60 to $76, priced for QK
quick clearance at yJOtl
Several Taffeta Dress's, formerly priced
from $115 to $135, to
clear at . . . t . . i...
Summer Dresses In georgette crepe, chiffons and summer organdies and
voiles, that sold from $65 to $150, aro priced for quick clearance at
$25 $38.50 $49.50 T0 $75
1 7 Ac Vbgxiel
iHLMl U5 IV. Third St. New Wright Bldg. WKKKM.
.lapan at a luncheon of the foreign
department committee M"nda
About 35 women attended tho Itini h
eon. Miss Honda returned to the
Dallas association Monday evening.
OWEN'S CLAIMS ARE DENIED
Itcxeno Hoard Dispute Contention
That fours' Ixmcrs Itond Prim'
WAHIIINOTON. May " 5 in
rreased discount rate allowed by the
federal reserve board to mcni&i 1
banks are not responsible for market
pi lees of liberty bonds, (Inventor
Hunting said In a letter today to
Senator Owen, democrat, Oklahoma
The board's efforts to curb mfla
Hon lll do much to Inn case the
market wiluo of the bonds, Mr
larding said, adding "that the value
of a promise to pay a certain "inn
at a futuro date t Impaired by thr
Inflation which the board is lu lu,
to control "
(lovernnr Harding's letter was m
reply to ono by Senator Owen, iii'i
rising tho board for Increasing di.
ARMENIAN WOMAN DENIED
Comes Hero limn llarnn Hut N
Itrfii-e,! Admlsxioti to l S.
NKW YORK. Mav 6 Ilei.iuse
she could not read. Anna Sherbet
Han, a nung Armenian woman at
Fills Island, was ordered depot ted
to Turkey todav, where she may face
death fur her escape from a harem
to come to an unseen prospective
brldi groom in the Fulled Slates
llampplisonn Tercklylan.a wealll'
Philadelphia merchant, appeared at
thq Island to claim her as his bride.
only to learn tltat she could not
enter the country Hnrrl Ynzxama
Jlan a prosperous rug dealer of Cam
bridge, Mass . hail arranged to have
Anna come line Hants wife bad
come from the same harem ft out
whlrb Ant-., 1 hail est aped, he said
Hb h Armenian are planning to
appeal the i cr
First Published Photo of Noted Woman Criminal ,
Ensic.it Wny to Remove
Ugly Hniry Growths
Here is a method for removing
hair or fuzz that Is unfailing and Is
qillle Inexpensive: Mix a thick
pasto with some powdered delatono
nnd water and spread on hairy sur
face. After 2 or 3 minutes, rub It
off, wash the skin and every trace
of hair has nnibed No Imrm or
Inconvenience results from this
treatment, but be careful o, get gen.
ulnn delatone. Advt. f
THE FAN WITH
We Jiavo a complete stock of Kmincrson Kana in
all si,pR. Mnkp your home comfortnblo by installing
a Kan now while our stock is complete. Prices ratine
I. A I) I KS
Don't. fot'KPt that our regular weekly demonstra
tion of the Famous Thor Washing and Ironing Ma
chines will he held at our store this afternoon from
'1 to 5. Come and bring a friend. Many interesting
features of home laundering will he discussed.
Dodge Electric Company
The House of Service, Fair Denting nnd Quality
119.121 Ent Second St. Phone Ccdnr 1 110
Annie Adams, nllas "Tho Imp," noted pick pocket, shop lifter, bank
robhir and urmr il i took
Hounds like a terrible tlrnrrlpMon for the heroine of a motion Picture,
dnrsn t If Hut ihr ile.ui Iptlon fits Kllsn Jiinls, who plays tho leading role
In 'The Imp, tho Weird special which plays tho Hlalto Friday and Saturn
dav "The Imp' Is a pli-Uire of surprises, and tint the least of them are the
scenes in the opium joint It was built at an enormous expense, especially
for this production, and It Is one of the largest sets ever put together In
any studio. Altogether thn set covers two floors and tho very odor of the,
linderworld clings to It. Advt.
USI3 WORLD WANT ADS-
-THEY GET RESULTS
YOU CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER AT THE ADVANCE SHOP
Beginning Today at 8:30 We Will Hold
A Gigantic Purchase Sale of
Actual $25, $30, $35
All a. rvXTT? Tl '
Tlieno ITatfl m dl
played In our windows.
If j on in at nil skeptlml
se tliem. We orn post.
Uvo you will 1)0 tlm first
( entrr our shop Just
after you Inspect our
nmnunotli vlndnw display.
All at tlio ono prtcm
? a stroke of good fortune toe toerc enabled to purchase the entire sample
lines of one of America's leading millinery houses, ami we bought tltem for
less than SO cents on the dollar. Every hat we Iwnght is a creatine innova'
thn in mid-summcr millinery ami shows only one of a kiml 95 pattern
hats of every kind and description. Hals that arc matchless for tailored
service, simple and becoming in line, fashioned of dependable materials ami
rich colors, typically American, irresistibly French and gorgeously English.
Hats that must sell for from $25 ,ln T45 will be placed on sale this morning
at the lowest price on record. Never before a redaction like this. There are
just 05 hats to be sold at the one price of $13.75.
t 1 m 0
Hem Is shown tlio Sport lint, the) chin tur
li.m, tlio targe, picture tint, flnwrwl, mctAlcd,
frjithcml, plumed, rlhlxiruwl, nnd ovcry Idea,
so nnv till summer.. Hats for dress, after
noon nnd street wear. Inrgo lints wmillicd
with lieaiiilfiil flfnvers cnmbliuitlnn of silk
nnil liciiip, of la'fl or licmiv tioft straw
jiliapcH trimmed with Blyrrrlnwl ostrlrl
many In tlio I'gypllan mlorlngs. A wonderful
lnrlrty nf pt)lcs nrry shade, every shapv.
Hats of Taffeta, Oeorgetto, Organdy, Mallne,
Ilnlr Ilrnld, llinctjw), Ijeghorn, lce, Ila
tnln Milan, Kumsl-Kumon, and a host nf
other flno nnd favored iimleriuls. A wleo
tlon of these) liats sliow a rnro oomlilnatJnn
of silk nnil Uuf, of georgellfl nnd flowered
emltclllsliment, others depict III" simple Inno
i'ciho of the limp straw. llnM that are
beaded nniY ruffled, nnd otherwlw touclieil
with the natty sprays of rolorings. livery
m'lel Ih a distinct Idea, anil sold today at
Just a word about
this sale. TIte Hats
are a purchase ofxa
ple lines. We cannot
duplicate them at
wholesale for a third
more than the pricef
we arc asking. We
ask that you shop
early order to
Be Sure of Our
Wo are at 8 W. 3rd
St, Directly Opposite
the Rinlto Theater
77U St oft' That Aluwyt PlcaxW
8 West Third Street-
GROUND FLOOR R01UNSON ARCADE
Be Sure of Our
We nre at 8 W. 3rd
St., Directly Opposite
the Rialto, Theater
YOU CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER AT THE ADVANCE SHOP