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title: 'The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, May 14, 1920, Final Edition, Page 7, Image 7',
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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, MAY M, 1920
PLAN FREE MUSIC
FOR TORID TULSA
Junior Chamber to Re
lieve Summer .Heat
With Band Concerts.
COMMITTEE IN CHARGE
,. L. Farmer Speaks at
' McitiiiR Last Night
Need More Members.
f,,. tantt concerts In Tulsa dur
f,j ii-.r -ummer months will lie pro.
, dfl ''' members of the Junior
hfi 1 01 of commerce, It was decld
, n i meeting In the munldp.il
jUfi ioi mi last night. A unanimous
,,)., t,i arry out tho proposal'mado
r. Young was followed by thV
ipp"n'"ient of n committee to com
plete an.ingcments for thn concerts.
In almost every large city In tho
fni'f' Mate band conceits are.
flvtn free In public parks and ;nom
htrs ' 'be Junior chnniberjirc de.
tirr.vd to Rive Tulsa the benefits
tn be hnd in other large cities. The
cnnnti'' ' ,0 complete aiynngstnents
II ramP'"-el of C. A. Hordcr, chair
man Auliiev Thomns nnd Arthur
Mfrent A. U Farmer was princi
pal ?Pr kfr at tho meeting nnd
urgi d dl'Wtrilnntlon of Information
iho it (.f affairs In order to ere
ite n'rrrat In city Kovernment
V. uh person at file meetlnR agreed
o V-rlng an additional member with
hit'. o the next meetlnR This ac
tion i- t.YUen as part of n new
menj i-Jiip drive In the Junior
rhair!" i A foal Of 300 members
ha. teen sot for the drive
Mnii, no. the hand conrorl com
mittor will Investigate every possl T
h; n o of music, a plaie for tho
cnr.M and the manner of flnan
i ihg ;iie propoal.
Apple Butter Delights
M nncapolis homes are now enjoy
tnjr he delights of real honest-to-foodr.t
-s I-'rtsh Apple nutter tho
kind ou used to spread on your
brtad on the farm. Mrs. Shepard Is
the inventor of tho new vacuum
rook hr process, thai saves all the
foodnras of fresh Juicy wine sap up-pier-
unspoiled by adulterants or
preservative. In this new process
the rn h super sweet applo nectar
that lies next the skin Is kept "for
rou, the tissuo thin skin only belnR
removed In the sterile coukers. For
this reason It takes only of a rup
of rugar "to make a quart of Applo
Butter with Apple Flakes.
Tho Importance of Mrs. Shop,
ird's contribution for better health,
ini thr convenience of the women of
the nation Is hard to overestimate.
The old saying, "An Applo h Day
Keeps tho Doctor Away," Is doubly
trne In Applo Flakes. ' For Apple
Sutter marie from Apple Flakes Is
the eaMst form to Ret nil the good
nets of the apple, without tho Indl
estlhi. skin, core fiber or seeds.
Apple Flakes are tho purest of
pure foods. Just rich ripe red Juicy
Wena'chec Wine Saps, the world's
fivorlte catlnR and cooklnp apples,
After those Rlorlously Rood apples
Jre double selected and washed, tnev
V are va. uum cooked, and conveyed In
tuoej, to the sealed llRht Inner park-ase-
untouched by human hands,
rrott' ted from dust and contamina
tion of every kind. No wonder Ap
ple Bu'tcr made from Apple Flakes
li good to taste and Rood for you
Just the sweet wholesome poodncss
of 'he world s flpest Apples.
Kui what strike tho housnwlfc
(penally is the convenience and
Economy of Applo Flakes. A SS-cent
package of Apple Flakes cooked four
minutes in bolllnR water with of
a rup of sURar nnd spiced to taste,
mak. i a quart of tho best Applo
Butter you ever tasted. It's tho
best and least expensive food to eat.
Spread thick on Rood "bread It Is a
'omplrif. satisfying meal.. Applo
I akes makcsdcllclous apple dessert
too m a jiffy.
noRfts Urown & Co. who dls
fihutAApple Flakes for Mrs. Shep.
'd. hae stocked Minneapolis gro
1 rr with Applo Klakes. Try a 25
cent pa.-kaRe. I'so It nil. If It does
not make the finest Applo Uutter
and desserts you ever ate. your pro
per wi i give you your money back.
Be sure to Ret the packapo with the
Apple and Mr shepard's name. It
'ruly contains "Hood Hats."
Stato distributor, Wtillnco Itrokcr
aco Co.. tll.laliomii City; local ills
trihulor. t.rlfflth-tioodiicr. Omikc
'SIO nnd T8I1 Advt.
"ro i lor U7 rc nm st.
EX-SERVICE MEN HEAR THE
CALL OF THE OLD LIFE
Former Soldiers and Sailors Find Ciyil 1
Too Tame. They Arc Joining the
Marine Corps. Combines the Desirable
Features of Both Army and Navy.
If trouble starts over the border,
If r Haitian reb wants a scrap,
Should anv one stnrt a disorder
Where Uncle Sam's bossing th
If had little bandits or pirates
Insist upon pulling big scenes
Don't worry or fret or tret In a
Just call up and toll tho Ma
rines. Just tell the Mnrlnes.'Just tell the.
They'll Ret on the Job In their
Ask 'em for trouble, and trouble
For they've Rot sharp points on
They land on their feet and they've
Rot nine lives,
And they pack a punch In their
"Two battalions of Marines
for Immediate service In Haiti."
b Not lonR nKO that call went out
from the IT. 8. Marino IleerultlnR
Ilureau, Within ten days those
two battnllons were recruited,
equipped and cody to shove off
And every msn In those outfits wag
n former soldlr, sailor or Marino.
They found civil llfo too tamo.
The "service" was In their blood,
nd they could not Ret It out.
Strange' ' Not a bit of It Ask
nny one of "Jack" t'ershlnR's KnnK
Ask any ex-man-o'-war's man.
Oh, yes, we all growled at
for thn Marine Cotps were pro
moted from the ranks. These oftl
rers. by their ofrleleney snd vslor,
have so amply demonalrated tho
wisdom of developltiK the officer
material amonR the enlisted men,
that thn system has been adopted
as a permanent feature of thn
service. Any man who has thn
maklngn of an officer In him
stands nn excellent rhanee of ris
ing rapidly through tho non-commissioned
grades of corporal and
sergeant and "KraduatltiK" Into a
second lieutenant After that he
has the snme opportunity of at
taining still higher rank as any
graduate of tho Naval Academy.
In addition, some Marines am
selected each year to take the
four-year course at Anrlapolls,
upon completion of which they am
Immediately commissioned' second
lieutenants of Marines or ensigns
In the Navy.
When wa remember that thers
Is one non-cominlsaloned officer to
every seven men no one who Is of
average ability nnd npplles himself
can expect to remain a private for
The Marine at Work and Play
Many people havo the Idea that
the service Is n llfo of hard work,
long bourn nnd harsh dtsrtpllne.
Nothing was ever further from thn
There Is work to bo done In the)
I Marino Corps. Hut It Is good,
Drinking in Haitian Had Men
reveille and sworo to murder tho
bugler. We all "groused" at tho
chow and whetted our bayonets for
the rookB. Oh, yes, full packs
rubbed tho skin off our shoulders.
Hemembcr those days whon wo
wore fit as tiddler, could cat the
hind log off n table nnd enjoy It,
could lick our weight In wildcats,
and weren't afraid to say so? And
remember the buddies who bunked
with us, hiked with us, scrapped
with us, took all our money, bum
med our tobacco, called us bad
nnmes and would glvo us the
shirts off tholr backs If wo asked
'em? Somehow civil life doesn't
often give ub friends like that. Tho
man who has never done a hitch
In the servlcn has missed a lot.
Isn't that so?
And for any man who Is looking
for service oil oorts, kinds, con
ditions and varieties of service"
the Marino Corps Is the one heat bet.
The Marino Is "soldier nnd sailor,
too." When tho big nhlps go to
sea the Marines go with them. Be
fore the Marine has a chance to
get tired of sea. going he Is landed
at Haiti or Honolulu, China or tho
Opportunity for travel nnd ad
venture Is only one of the things
that the Marino Corps affords. In
this brnnch of the service a man
finds unusual facilities for physical
and mental development. The Ma
rine Corps makes an ordinary man
Into a real "husky"
And there nro nil manner of
trades that may be learned In the
corps. Kvery day ex-Marines are,
Immediately upon dlsrhnrrrc, step,
ping Into well-paid civilian Jobs
that range from that of aviator to
thnt.of cook. And, as every one
knows, nn honorable discharge
from tho Marine Corps Is tho best
letter of recommendation any one
can havo. It Is, In fact,ji United
States flovcrnmont certificate
which Btamps tho possessor as "In
spected nnd passed as an honest,
loyal nnd rapablo man. who has
learned to use his head and his
hands and use them to tho best
During the war with Germany
all the additional officers needed
healthful, outdoor work Them
are short, snappy drills that mako
a man nlcrt and "on tho Job" In
mind and body. There are setting
up exercises that tnko Inches oft a.
.man's walstllno nnd put them on
his chest. There's shooting on tho
rlflo rnnge every Marine Is
trained to be a crack shot; there's
work with wireless telegraphy and
something of seamanship. It's
work, but It's tho sort of work
There must bo discipline. Just
as thero must be lavs In a com
munity or rules In an office- or
factory, nut thn Marino dlsclpllno
In of a sort that no reasonable)
man would object to.
Llfo Is not all work for the Ma-t
rlno. There are baseball, footbalf.
boxing and swimming for tho
devotee of these sports. No poat
is without Its pool tables. Thero
Is fishing and hunting. For Ma
rines, In their travels, go where)
game, big and little. Is plentiful
and game laws are few.
Men not on guard may, as a rule-,
leave their statlo'n after f or I
o'clock In tho afternoon and may
remain away until reveille (B or 1
o'clock) tho following morning.
Whenever a man may he con
veniently spared, his commanding
officer has authority to grant him
a ten-day furlough, plus the tlmo
required to travel to and return
from his home town.
The Mnrliir fiirps rtealrra 1n Kirn
joimg men from nil parts of the
country nn opportunity of enlist
ing In the ervlc. for two, three
or four years. The Inenl rrcnilf
Ing ntllre tins some vncnnrlra In ltd
quota fur especially good men. H
mtiy lie thnt yon nrr the aort of
mnn they nre looking for. Don't
hraltate to rail and talk things
atrr. It will put jnti under nn
obligation. Tou will not be urged
to rnllat. tint you CAN learn tlm
truth nlinnt the Mnrlnr Corpa from
men who know the life nnd tike It
well enough to stay In. Send for
U. S. Marine Corps Recruiting Olflcs
Ml! 'a South Main SU
Smooth as Velvet
A Pcnn shave leaves
the face feeling fine
due to the extra bevel
on the Penn Double
Bevel Blade which
causes the razor to glide
over the skin instead
of digging into it.
If the Pcnn Adjustable Rnror doesn't
give you mooth-ns-velet shaves return
it and get your money back.
Penn Adjustable Razor Sets may be
purchased from dealers at $5.00, $7.50 and
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Tho Razor with the Double BevelBlacfe
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Leading American Newspapers
Printed This Story
. UPWARD, RESERVE
WAfUHNOTO.V April 20 - He
ports from federal reserve agents
show a marked tendency of prices
tn resume their upward movement,
the federal reserve board reports to
night, hut tho board noted the hope,
fill sign from the eonsumcr's view
point, of "anxiety concerning the
overstrained situation resulting from
excessively high prices nnd wages."
which It believed forecast a slowing
down In the skyrocketing of prices.
While high prices of necessaries
obviously were chargeable to Inef
ficiency Hbd underproduction to n
larger degree, the board ndvanred
the belief that the high costs of pro
duction were aggravated by the
added expense of obtaining capital
It is a startling statement and of interest to every- i
body. It tells a tale of the high cost of "necessa
ries," and. I especially ask the women of Tulsa to
read every line of it. E. J. PRAGER,
The great financial chiefs of this country are making a great
effort to have merchants throughout America do something
to stem the increased costs which are still rising and which
may soon engulf the people by adding to their burdens.
The Paris Fashion Shop
Wants to be known as a "different" kind of store; it wants the public to understand that the
management will make every endeavor to sell the highest quality merchandise at the
lowest possible price. Today there is represented in our Tulsa store alone a stock of Wom-en's-Ready-to-Wear
valued at more than '
And each dollar's worth is fresh, seasonable, an$ withal is of true value.
In order to do our share to alleviate in a measure, the hardships imposed upon the public, by
the high prices, we will, beginning this morning sell every garment in this shop at a special
reduction'. This reduction to be in effect until further notice.
, ' PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING
We have been In business in Tulsa for almost two
years. In that) time the buying public has been a
very good to us. We have been guided by certain
principles, from the very first, and we have never
deviated from the stand taken.
THE PEOPLE, FINDING THAT WE DEALT
ONLY IN TRUSTWORTHY GOODS, FOUND'
OUT THAT THEY WERE WELL CHOSEN,
JUSTLY PRICED, AND THAT WE COULD BE
DEPENDED UPON EVERY TIME.
WE HAVE NEVER MARKED UP OVERVALUES
ON TICKETS TO CREATE MARKDOWNS AND
WE NEVER WILL.
WE MAKE GOOD IN ALL OUR UNDERTAK
INGS WITHOUT UPHOLSTERED ADVERTIS
ING. OUR BUSINESS HAS CONSTANTLY IN
CREASED, AND HAS NEVER CEASED TO GO
Right now when prices are soaring and going higher with every passing moment, we intend
to inaugurate a, sale of everything in the PARfS FASHION SHOP. The reductions will be
SUITS . . . 50 OFF
COATS-. . 50 OFF
DRESSES. 25 OFF
BLOUSES 20 OFF
SKIRTS . . 20 OFF
FURS ... 25 OFF
HOSIERY 15 OFF
And we believe (hat the public will realize our efforts to dispose of merchandise at an extra
ordinary low price will respond to this sale and view the savings that are in force.
WE HAVE NEVER HAD A FINER NOR LARGER STOCK. WE HAVE NEVER SO PROSPERED WITH
LARGE SALES. WE HAVE NEVER BEEN SO STRONGLY EQUIPPED FROM EVERY POINT OF
VIEW AS WE ARE TODAY TO CONDUCT SUCH AN OPERATION WHICH IS WHOLLY FOR THE
BENEFITS OF THE PUBLIC.
. We are moved by a spirit of duty our conscientious duty and it would ple-ase us immensely if every mer
chant in Tulsa would, do likewise. Give the public the benefit of oveiy saving that they can consistently.
Please reciprocate by paying cash if practical.
Please carry parcels that are not too large or too heavy.
Please select carefully and do not return goods.
Please do not ask for C. O. D. delivery or goods on
Paris Fashion Shop