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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, MAY 0, 1920
.Practically W i n d Up
Work Until Tickets
, Are Nominated.
BIG PROGRAM AHEAD
Much Legislation to 13e Acted
Upon After Recess Plat
y DAVID M. CHUHCU
T N H Staff Correspondent
WASHINGTON, May 8. Tho
vitTk of cotiRrcHH until lifter tho niv
i mil i:unvontlonn Is practically com-
. .li'd toclny. ,IcailetH linvo reached
tentative URroemont tortuy for n
is. bcKlnntiiR Juno IS, to hint ilur
i it tho conventions House leaders
li ivr determined to maintain tho
tioiino In hchsIoii attar Muy fi under
a Rentlcmon'B nKreement, to act on
i onferenco report, but to tnke up
i ii now logtHUillon. A deficiency
p proprliillon hill, yet to hi- lyitcd
upon by tl)o house, la tho lust IcrIs
1 1 ion that body will act upon tioftiro
tho convontlonfl, according to tho
present plans of tho leadorw.
When conRrcks reconvened after
flip conventions, It will probably
f.ife H considerable; legislative pro
Rram. It Ih expected tho convontlonn
mil Instruct conRrcus to act Upon
legislation provldlnR a ltmum for
men who nerved durlnR tho world
war. Tho mcrchnrit marine policy
of tho nation probably will bo deter
mined by legislation before next fall
Hnd thorn la prensuro for action upon
legislation to control tho packing In
duntry. President Wilson may rIvo c
Kress somo work, It Li expected. Tho
president la bellevcii to havo somo
legislative, recommendations! to make
to congress before ho leaven office
and It Is thought hn will Insist that
congress net upon his rccommenda
Hons beforo tho' fall adjournment.
l'arty leaders also may find work
for congress to do nftcr tho conven
tions. Somo of tho platform planks
may need to bo surely spiked down
Tho present session, which Is the
IJrst regular session or tno slxty-sixtn
cingrcsi, begun on December 1, 1919,
and to dato Its tnainr ochli.'vemenrs
nro tho passage of tho Cummins
Kseh bill for tho return of tho rail-
Two year ago, after suffering
many years with stomach .trouble.
1 took a coilrso of Mayr's Wonderful
Remedy and haven't been sick a day
since. I can cat anything I want
and no pain at all. Threo doctors
had advised operation, but your
remedy ha:i cured me. JJvory day Is
thanksgiving for m" It U a. slm
tile, hnrmlchs preparation that ro-
moves the catarrhal mucus from tho
Intestinal tract nnd allays tho in
flammation whlcji causes practically
all stomach, liver and Intestinal ail
ments, Including appendicitis. Ono
dose" will convince op money, re
funded, All drugRlsts. Aavt.
Tlir5A I.onriI2 No. 71 meats every
r Thuraay. Next mijiiu
bvy. Thuradny, May 12. Jlualripaa
mtinic commencing at 7.30.
GWi jon.v a. wALKurt. w. it.
J C MONFOKT, Hec.
DELTA LOnOK ii will hold aperlat
communication Tueailay, Alay J
11. work In tli I". C ilrerea
igjicommenclnir at 1 o'clock aharn.
'jviaitom coniuuy invuca. Jia.
II, C Kaufman, w. XI
Arthur Haker. fi e cretary.
TETHOLEUM LOUOR NO. tit meatt
every Friday except aacond.
Noxt communication Friday.
? May 21, commencing T lt. m.
u'.r.iam in ii. ami worn in
H)ia y. C decree. Vlaltora
W , ii r, fun i.n f w
I'x It. II. HANNA. Secretary,
TULSA CIIAPTnU. O. r.. S., meeta flrat
ana tniru vtryineeu.iy ot tne
month at Jtaannlc hall; flrat
meetlnc. bualneaa, recoiid.
Initiation and aoclat.
Mita TEMi'ir: tennant.
WHS. EMMA PAST. Sec.
TULSA CltAPTKIt No. 65. It. A. M. meeta
xirai ann tniru tonuay or eacn
month. Next meellns Monday,
It. E. NEWHOUSB. II. P.
M. A. SNYDElt. Bcratar
TRINITT COMMANDRttr No. 20 meeta
eecona and rourth Monday
Next meetlmr, Monday, May
10. Work In Order ot the
Ited Croea at 7:10 p. rn. Every
FltANK BEAMAN. Ilecorder
AKDAR TEMPLE. A. A. O. N. M. 8. Next
retuiar meetina; rrmay, May
Taater 14. C1IU South Main. Phone
:, Ceremonial May tt.
HAMUKL R. DTE. Potentate
IL M. WELLIVKU. Itecordar
AtnonA lodqe :;o. :c. t, o. o. r.
Nsxt mectlnc May 1:, p. m.
First dcirree. Flrat workout A.
V, A. decree atatr. Vlaltora
welcome at all meetlnca.
I M li I'nilNIIHTOMK Urn.
ENCAMPMENT NO. St, 1. O.
O. P. meeta eeconil and
fourth ,1'rlday, p. m., K. I',
hall, 11 Vi East Second.
TvLSA ItlinEKAII NO. 38, I. a O. P.
meeta aecond and fourth Fri
day, t p in.. K V. bull, HH
Tl LB A CANTON NO. 15, I O. O. K. meeta
flrat and third Friday. I
p. m.. Mualelan hall. U2U
' . COMMITTEE.
, TULSA CAMP No. ISM It. W, of A. and
I'OCAHONTAS CAMP No. 110
It. N. of A. meeta every Tuea-
day nlxht at K. ot P. hall. II
Eaat Second street. Vlaltora
It. E. MrCllne. Conaul.
A. A, Hurbea. O-llll, Clerk.
Mr a. a I". Kennedy.
' O.201. Oracle.
Mra. I. J. WrUht.
SILVER PLUME LODGE. 111. K. P..
meeta rery Thuraday nliht
at K. P. 'Hall. Eaat Seennd
Next meeting; May t. Vlalt
Ins knlehts urced to attend.
C A. WILLIAMS. C C.
r ' II U BANDERS. K R A S.
SAn orotto no. si meets fIrst
naturoay in eacn montn
at Maaonlo Hall. Cere
monial .May 31 urotto
club dance May If.
M A Snyder, Monarch
II. O, Ureen, Secretary,
Ii 111 , t , owners audio restrain Itlehnrd t'roker. nr.. and CLAIM SUGAR PROFITEERING
or, I rm fnr .iJ1 '" S0;;!'!"."!"'.!-I his wife. Iluel.i K froker. fro.n dls-, ULW"V' auuM" tunllMU
ll. .ihl, L """R. f'!,t"1 imxr- no,lnK (,f u Florl,l'i Property cie - '
MB -'if hVannrl ntLulu tXL ""'"V uiiHI May IS. Complain Tllrd AgnlnM l lah-ldalu.
i,- i iin- fiiiiiroiirmi (in i i 11
ninid, tul.i,. aehlc-. incnt Hepuli
l an l.cailer .Mnd'll necrts the
present congress has been able to
snvu the nation. ) 1,500.01)0 by earo
fu prunltfR-of appropriation esti
mates. Hilling the lxty-eighth congress
which was called In extraordinary
jesslon on May 19, 1919. ihero huve
been approximately ISO public luws
enacted and fl:' public resolutions
The mitsUmdlng features of the
lxty.slxth congress nro rejection of
he peace tieaty by the senate pss
sngo of tho Volstead prohibition en
forcement bill and the pussago of the
Tho sixty-sixth congresi has been
In session Ml days. Tho cost of
this coni-ross Is estimated at approxi
Action was taken on motion of
rouniel for Howard C'rokV ono of
the former Tammany chieftain's i
sons, who filed the peittlon It was
asset ted the plaintiff had not Kuf
flclcnt notice for rebutliil of evi
dence which It was announced will
ST. l.nt'lH. May 8. frsilla llrod
erlck, 16 sears old, who a sen
tenced to 10 years In the penllcnilitry
Thursday for killing her stepfnthei,
Joseph r Wooilloek, 13 mouths ago,
today was released from llm hoiie of
detention on JlO.ooo ball pending a
hearing on a motion for a new trial
The hearing wag set for May 21. In
191(5, then only li, the girl shot and
killed her father, Thomas I. Hrod
FXTRA SFinM IQ nAI I Cnil!rk'k' ollt w"" "nnTnted by n roi
tinH OUOOIUIM Id UHLLtU oner's Jury on tesllmonv that Mm
Hobby Orders Lcyl-liitlw S'hIiiii (o
Deal With lloll Worm Situation.
AUSTIN, Tex., May S -lloxernor
1'. Hobby late today called the
Texas legislature to meet in special i
session on Thursday, May 20. to
consider legislation looking-to eradl.
cation of tho pink boll worm from j
sovcral south Texas counties, and
certain other subjects. A number of '
south states havo Instituted ,t ipiar- ,
antino against Texas cotton because ,
of J ho provalenco of the worm In this i
stilto nnd the federal board of hortl-
culture, department of agriculture,
recently warned Texas authorities
that a federal rpiarantlnn might be- .
come necessary unless they adopted
ffffcllvo measures to prevent spread
jf tho pest. !
oner's Jury on testimony that Mio
(jhot In defense of her mother
t'timpatiy nt Salt 1-nl.i' ( ll
HALT I. A K i: t'lTY. May S A folii
pliun; ebaiglng the 1'i.tb Idaho
Sugar intnpiiny of Halt lilm with
prnPtcrritiK in sngni ws fllyd for
tho government Isle today befom
Prilled Stales Commissioner H V
Vn l'elt hv I'loyd T. Jackeon, chief
of the local (Upartmrnt of Jtisllce
Piling of the rnmplHlnt by Mr.
.laekson Is the outronio of neatly a
wetks' Inxestlgstlon into thf rise In
ugar price from 13 to S2S-I cents
per pound Instituted by the com
pany, May 1.
WnrtU Plllfil Pp.
Ni:V YOltK. May S Alcoholio
wards are filling up because of dis
regard of 'be prohibition law. Hlrd
S Ci.ler rlt rotnmlKsionrr of chail
tles x.nd tuclay lie said that If this
i "million did not impri.e wlihui a
month h, woiinl send out tnspi i tors
to liororr the irai fads nnd aid
in ,t mote rigid law enforcement
Him't Hide 'I hem With n Vi lli He
inoto 'I hem W illi Oihliu-
'I I'M Pi epatnllKM for I lie rn'ni" '
of freckles Is usually so sun rasfnl ,
' 'tmoMtig ftecKlen and giMMtf .. '
i ifNir. benuilfnl omplexlon lb III It '
is soul tmiir gnarnniei In teliiii.
the money If it fails.
I'on't hnle your freckles under n
veil' get an ounce of Olhlno and re
mine tin m Uxen the first fm up
plications should show n wonderful
lmpiovi'ment. some of ibe llghtei
fieckies vanlaliltiT oMllrely
He nire to ask lite drurgiat for the
doiiblo strength ntblne: U is till"
that is xold on the money-bark kwhi
Pitrthor Sislims in Pas- nl West
I'alm ltcni'h Arc Pcwtptincil.
WH.ST I'AI.M IlIiAPII, KIa May
S. Purthor hearings on tho motion
DISTRICT NUMBER ONE
Tomorrow is your last day. Do not fail to pay
your Gas Bill and save the penalty.
Oklahoma Natural Gas Co.
117 Went Fourth SI.
lloalon Aieinir Melhmlial I hut, It
I (fill enl llnatnn NVrdnailav tav
12 Tlitireila) May Ii al is r in
tinier the atiatarra ef
( ii:.mi:t . i;v,NH ciiaptkii
( . ii. i
The Tone Is True
)' never have to ask; "In that n flute or a violin?"
with a I'nthe Iteeord.
The I'athe Sapphire Iteproilueer (mihcvn every de
tail of musical lone that the artist put onto the
record and from the wonderful throat of the Pathc
I'hononraph you yet the tone, true, resonant lilch
nnd Hound and Heal Yet I'athe costs no more than
the ordinary phonoyraph.
, You're missiny somclhiny if you're not usiny
Exclusive Pathe Shop
A'o. S U Fifth .S'.
It's the Tone Thai Tells'
Southern Hardware Company
Attempting to snvc a feu cents by getting a poorer grade often bring discom
fort jind dissatisfaction.
It is very poor economy to buy "cheap" merchandise, for the best is tho cheapest
in tho long run. That's the kind of hardware you get when you buy hero the
best grade at the lowest possible prices.
Here Are Real Lawn Mowers
That' Bring Satisfaction
Indeed it is a satisfaction to push a Lawn
Mower that operates easy and with litlc effort
one that cuts the grass off clean as a whistle
if you are looking for that kind of a Lawn
Mower see our assortment. ! .
Our Lawn Mowers arc known for tjieir sturdy
construction good quality and long service.
..Our prices are right, too
The Southern's Price $11.50
' v- -
Strong, Long-Wearing Garden Hose
Dozens of persons have purchased garden hose
from this store'and, as a result, they arc pleased
customers because every quality we sell is a stand
ard grade and guaranteed to give the most value
for the money and the best service it is possible
for a garden hose to give. You take no chance
when you purchase your garden hose here.
Prices per foot 1 9c, 20c and 22c
Everything For The Tennis Player
T.ennis is going to be a big favorite this summer and in antic
ipation of a big call for tennis goods we have stocked lip
well. Our racket assortment is most complete and includes
all the wanted styles and weights. Let us help you to enjoy
tennis this summer.
Tennis Racquets The Southern's Price up From $1.25
Can be best supplied from our big stock. You'll find all
the best makes of gloves, masks, bats, ball protectors, and
other baseball needs at this store. We can supply the needs
of the small boy tetim or the big professional team with
the same satisfaction and saving in price.
An Attractive Showing of
Our' new assortment of American and Imported
Chinaware is shown" in many dainty and beautiful
The housewife will be delighted with the quality and
price. Come and see the new assortments.
Special Offering 50-Piece Dinner Set for $16
American semi-porcelain, several different beautiful
designs to select from the sets include all of the
most useful pieces.
The Southern's Price the set $16.00
120 SOUTH MAIN STREET LOOK FOR ELECTRIC SIGN
BIG FREE CONTEST!
V l.t.'Si,T "V
P To the man or woman who
writes tne worus:
"Gately's Good Goods"
the greatest number of times on
the blank side of a one-cent gov
ernment post card we will give
absolutely free of charge $60
worth of new spring merchandise
to be selected from our stock.
Anyone Can Enter
All you have to do is told above.
Write the words "Gately's Good
Goods" plainly on one side and
your name and address on the
other. Bring or send the card to
CONTEST CLOSES SATURDAY 6 P. M., MAY 15, 1920t
YOU MAY WIN THIS PPvIZE
THE JUDGES' OF THIS CONTEST WILL BE
Rex Junius, Adv. Mgr. Tulsa World, and J. II. Hampton, Adv. Dept. Tulsa Tribune
Just Make a Payment Down and
ihe Balance in. Weekly Payments
,120 South Main,