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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1020
I. G. Lonp Expects Largo Del
egation at National Meet
of Advertising Men.
"Local advertising men are intor
feted In the convention of the -n-fcoclnteel
AdvertlMnct clubfl of tho
world to he held In lntllnnnpnlLs
June 6 to in," declare I. (J. Lour,
ehnlrman of the "nn-to-lndlaiinpo-lis"
committee, of tho club. "The
convention will brine toRctliei- the
largest aisembly of bunlnpafi men
ever Kathered In one place," bp
said, "with tho possible oxeoptlon
of the L'nlted States chamivr of
commerce, tho thine which will bo
nccniKpllnhed will hnvo a very far
An "On-to-lndl.tnapolls" nicotine
will be belli tonight nt S o'clock In
the municipal auditorium, and plan
tor the local orcanliMtlon'K delega
tion attending the convention will
lie completed. The Hpeakers at the
meeting will be nary Vandcver, V.
O. Iirson, J. llurr Gibbons and D.
The meeting will open with a
buffet luncheon nndwlchcn, fruit,
toffee and cigars being served. The
cigars are to bo furnished by tho
nni'lrlng nindliiutf p, who will be (
1' eted afler the speaker! have f.'n-
r"d. The club will pay all ex
penses of the smoker and every
member of the club In trrged to at
tend, an there will also be a genera!)
election of officers for tho ensuing)
Some of the clubs In Texas are;
wnding us many as 100 delegates to1
represent their cIIIck. and Chair
man I-onpr believes that If the local
clult can get the "Tulsa will" spirit,
to working, the Tulsa club will be
well rpprescntcft at the convention
The departmental sessions will af-,
ford something which will he In-!
htructlvo to "every merchant and
business man who attends, as somol
(l the biggest men In the world will
speak at these sessions.
IK-nlfN ljfvlo Profile.
WASHINGTON'. May 4 - Reply-
Ing to charges that he had mado ex
cessive .profits on war contracts,
Richard If. Long, head of the It. H 1
IOng company. Kramlngha 11, Mass 1
shoe manufacturers, testified today
before a house war Investigating!
commlttre that ids company re-
celved less than 2 per cent profit on
rontracts aggregating more ihan
Funeral sen Ices for Walter Case,
taxi driMT, who was fatally Bhot late
Saturday night near tho waterworks,
will be held at 2 o'clock thla after
noon, Mrs Cano, wife of tho dead
man. ari l Walter, Jr.. 7-yoir-old son,
arrived yesterday and ure staying at
the home of Caso's sister, Mtn. Jim
ma, It. Kskrldge, who lives about a
mUc north of town.
WITH OPEN SHOP
Tulan. friends who remember Mrs.
Frederic 1'owern, who has visited
here in the home of her sister, Mrs.
Plxlo 1. Gore and Mr. Gore, 1112
South Hos on. will regret to hear of
the death of Mr. I'owers, which oc
curred AW-dncsday, April 28, In their
homo m Miami, Kla. Mr I'owers
reached Into a dark closet for hU
gun ami the hummer caught on tho
eoru oi a vacuum cleaner, firing a
shot Into hit brain. The. remains uf
Mr. I'nwfrs are being brought to
Uiwion, Ukl.i.. for Interment, He
aid Mr I'owers he la survived by
a 12-jcar-old daughter, Marjory.
Intel ment of Margaret Ellon H.ik.
er. age S3, who died at the home of
her, daughter, Mrs. 11. N, Cole. 1405
South llaltlmore, at 6:03 .Vclock last
n-pni, win lake piaco In .M&idvllle,
V. . Mm tULfnp'u fntmnp Iiamm TV.-
remains will bp shipped away today
nccompanicu py relative of tim de
f'rlclirnlp Golden Wedding
Mt'SKOGI't: May f.. Mr. and
.Mir. II. r. Wood celebrated their
golden wedding anniveisaiv here to
day Following the wortdlnjr fe.oM.
tl.e welding was reproduced by a 5-
j ear-old gli-1 und boy grandchildren
01 tno Woods.
Tlicro m 11 rlalit anil wrohc .n
I to do nil llilnc. Hut The World
I Want Ad way N nliwitN right.
per cent Increased production," said
Mr, Vlner. who wti.t the principal
speaker at tho meeting of the local
open shop association's campaign
cnnunlttco in tho municipal auditor
Tho open shop movement In the
Will Vincr Reports Move!1'' tno m? popm niov-mciu vei
- t 1 inausuraliMl thorn
One hundred and fifty buslneiw
men each subscribed l,00O for a
gi'iteral fund, to bo used In Import
ing labor when necessary to carry on
tho work under constmctloln. and to
Insure builders of Wichita Falls
against loss by poor workmanship or
undue less of time About I2&.000
of tho fund has been uned so far.
pracllcally all In getting lalirors
Into tl.n city tn cairy on the large
amount of work tinder construction
According to Mr Vlner, Wlrhltn
P11UV plan is similar to that of the
Tulsa open shop association In that
ther" Is no discrimination between
Results in Increased
In Wichita r'aJIs, Texas, tho open
shop movement Is gaining momen
tum every day, according to Will
Vlner, of the. Vlner Investment com
piny of Tulsa, who has Just returned
from a trip to that city.
Mr. NMncr'M company has under
eonstrticllon in WIctiHa falls approx
imately $1100,000 worth of buildings,
all of which are being erected under
tho open shop policy, ho said
"flv actual figure the adoption ot
union and nonunion men 11 h long as
tho worker performs an efficient
formal oi'r.MNc or cir.m:b
Program li lie lilxm Mnv an Af lor
Completion of Mcmodollng
Formal completion of tho Sal
vation nrmy rlladel, now being re
modelled, will Inke placn Wednes
day afternoon, May 26, Commandnnt
Olo Johnson announced jewterdav
The. program to bo given at tlin
house-warming will Include several
selections by tho Chicago staff
band, which will arrlvo In Tulsa
Wednesday. May 2fl, on Us way tn
'be offlceis' congrcs In Dallas, At
S 01 lock in the evening tho band
will give a concert in the high school
auditorium. Hie proceed of winch
will bo empnlypil In purchasing uni
forms for Hip local citadel band.
Remodelling of Die citadel will be
inpletcd about the middle of the
Here's to Hopper and the Retter 'Ola '
Tho following endorsement Is but
ono of many and speaks for Itself
Drsr Miss Oscar: "I woilid like'
to express my appreciation of your,
good service to tho people of Texas
In bringing Iho Ho Wolf Hopper 1
performrnro of Ids "Tho Retter'
olo." To witness such 11 clear,
hlgb.-otass performance, so replete
with histrionic nrt and et so ten
derly true to our Inner and better
natures, Is n rare treat to those who I
admlro "talents" moro than "tlgbta." ;
1 am sure tho ptay-gocr of Texas
will endorse ami support your efforts ,
to give them tbn better things of the!
Cordially and sincerely ours, 1
T. It. Ma
Mr Hopper and his original New!
York company appear at Convention '
hall tonight and tomorrow. Seat
sale at Quaker drug store Advt.
USE OF CALOMEL
Says Drug Is Mercury and
Acts Like Dynamite on
Dodeon Is making a hard fight
against calomel In the south. Hvery
druggist has noticed a great falling
off In the sale of calomel. They all
glvp the same reason. Dodson's Liver
Tone Is tnkllig Its place. j
"Calomel Is dangerous nnd peoplo
know It. while Dodson's Liver Tone !
Is perfectly safe and gives better re- '
sulta," nld a prominent local drug- '
gist. Dodson's Liver Tone is per- ,
sonally guaranteed by every drug-
gist. A large bottle eosts but n few
cents, and If It falls lo give easy re
lief In every case of liver sluggish
ness and constipation, you have only
to ask for your money back.
Dodfon's Llv, r Tone Is a pleasnnt
tasllng, purely vegetable remedy,
barmles to ho'h ehlldrenand adultt
Take n spoonful at nlcht nnd wake
up feeling fine: no biliousness, sick
headache, acid stomach or consti
pated bowels. It doesn't gripe or
, CTiise Inconvenience nil the next day
like violent calomel. Take a dose
of Calomel today and tomorrow you
will feel wealc. sick and nauseated.
Don't lne n d-iy's work Tako Dod
son's. Liver Tone Instead and feel
fine, full of vigor and ambition
414 S. MAIN
Kansas City If
Features the newer
modes for spring and
riwl from $5.00 to $35.00.
hco Window for Display of
Mail orders prepaid.
Women's insistent demand for tho WALDORF is
met here with n complete assortment of colors and
This is one of the most enchanting stylo, creations,
designed to grace the new costume.
Medium short vamp with correct arch and full Louis
heel; hand-turn sole.
May be had in white, brown and blue kid and brown
$16.50 and $18
. ... the "makings" of a good cigarette
may start with, say. Tuxedo or "Bull"
Durham Tobacco . o . . but they don't
end there by a long shot ... the finest
of paper is'required. To get the full
aroma of the tobacco, try rolling them
. t w
(Made in France pronounced "Reo La Croy")
. i you smoke tobacco.
This paper boras with little ash and no odor, simply because no foreign ele
ments or ingredients enter into its manufacture from pure vegetable fibre
so painstakingly processed that four hundred gallons of clear Pyrenees
Mountain water are used in making a single pound of RIZ LA CROIX.
Mado in France
which means that U you don't like RIZ LA CROIX
ciarctto papera you can got your money bask from tho dealer.
Wc have the self conforming
Sailor with the Bon-ton Dry
Sweat Band, made in the Hat to
fit any head. It costs you nothing
extra for this desirable feature.
' $4.00 td $7.50
The Home of Hart, Schaffncr & Marx '
.ST. LOU IS,,
How many timps have you re
marked you would like to wear a
sailor straw but couldn't get ono
Pure Boric. Acid
in. tho OriginalJPackage
For whntcver purpose you buy Boric Acid
you want only the fine white powder that
you know is pure.
Tha bolule purity of Aftytr Boric Aetd packagti
to keep II pure ! certified niter tett by experienced
tbemliti, guirinteed by the lreit druft home in
Ibe world, ol 63 ycin' eilabliihcd character.
Only pure rirugt ire fit to uie only packaged draft
are certain to be pure.
It ! juit ai raiy to aik (or Meyer Drugi and et druj
pure, in the original package.
Your druggtit telli them.
Mkyek Hkotiiers Drug Company
Thi l.atttil Drue lloun in tfo fforld
rartlal List of
Ptrealdi ot Hydrogea
Tincrura ol lodlna
Crtam ol Tartar
VI I Ik ol Mamcaia
Phoiphats ol Sada
JxMk for tho
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