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title: 'The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, May 14, 1920, Final Edition, Page 9, Image 9',
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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, MAY M, 1020
BOYS HOME WORK
33 Laddies Taken Care
of at Institution;
22 in School.
Of U Applications Only Two
Accepted During April;
Serve 2,450 Meals.
In'Tcatlne facts rrearditiR th'1
ork o( ihn Tulsa boys' liome wore
brought to light In the monthly re
port of those In chamo of tho In
tltutnn at tho rcRular nieetlnc of
ihi directors last nlcht. AIho the
(od of tho Institution which Is
MiintutaPfl by public siibMorlptloti.
Vcrc (l.sclof.crt In tho report mib-
At prefrnt there, arc 33 boya livlnc
it the home. During the pst niontn
there h.ivo bfcn received 14 iippll
catloru for admittance. After the
unua i I'eful consideration of the
purl's t'f tho cases two of tho ap
plicant ern admitted.
ThoK rejected were not accepted
thief because of the Inability of
(he home lo care for any more boys
In Jit prrcent quarters. Already
iherr are far moro boi'H bolnc housed
than was at first thoimht possible,
and because of the crowded condi
tion;, fome of the little MIowr aro
sleej-ins two In a hIiir!" bed.
Trusters of the home must also
he on 'be alert for persons who are
trunR to avoid responsibilities of
it.,r own by placing bo) In the
care of the home which can at prcs
tnt onl accei)t the most worthy
Plans are now being formulated
by the board to secure moro ade
quate quarters within a few weeks-
Sltvc the foundation-of tho homo
about two years ago 200 boya havo
passed tbrouRh Its doors the report
hrws Taken In as waifs, orphans
and street urchins, the boys have
been found new homes, or sent to
ichools, or turned over to relatives
and parents or enlisted In the army
and nay during the war. Of tho
33 who remain, 22 nr now In iChool
hern and the other 11 are employed.
At of the members, of the "bit;
famliy" attend church and .Sunday
school regularly, the report shows.
All of the hoys aro also member of
the V M. C. A. and talte regular
workouts In the gymnasium there or
plash In tho swimming pool. En
tertainment Is. also supplied by gen
trous hearted Tufeang who occasion
illy ask for the prlvllego of taking
the oungsters to tho picture shows.
NealncsH and cleanliness are In
culcated In tho ,boys by contests
held at tho homo. Keen Interest Is
also displayed by the lads In com
Trillions In their school work.
Thosn who nro old enough are en
rolled In tho boy scouts.
According o the report them
nrre 2.459 meals served at the homo
during the past month. Despite thf
high cost of living the average cost
ef meals watt 18 cents each, which
argues well for tho efficiency of the
inunagcmeni or me nomc
Furniture, heddinir. ntipitt. nit
Iowa are needed at the home, tho
directors report. Any gift Is acecp-
tanio mat lends to make tho placo
moro truly a home.
Carl Cope, age 13, who has lived
at the home for ,cvcral months has
jim arriven at lllglilatidTTn-tln
Hudson. New York, wliero bo l ho
Ing sent to school by 8. i:. .1. Cox, oil
man at Houston, Texas. Carl Is tho
second boy from tho Tulsa homo
that Is being went to choo through
Mr. Cox's kindness. Hoth of the
lads are now rooming together at
the school In New York. Hoth will
be sent through college by Mr, Cox
when they have finished thrtr pre
One hoy Is now at a Denver ran
HAl'll.PA, May 13. All ex-ser-vice
men In the city havo been In
vited to tho smoker to bp given by
the fapulpa Motor company for
Hlghlatidi(Tn-the j members of Itoscoo Kryo post, Amer
ican legion, tomorrow night in tne
o h a m Imr of eojiimercn rooms.
Doughnuts and coffee will be among
the attractions, as will Josh l.eo of
the slate university, tloxlng matches
and other features nro also planned
Similar entertainments will ho given
by other local firms In future weeks,
William Ilurlcm, post commander,
effort to obtain more farm labor's piukago bv
At present, nilev asserts, farmers enJ nrti. e of Jcwelr taken bv
fear to plant large crops on account burglar who rnlAred her louse sev-l
oi nouov as lo now scarce in nor wiiii rnu nrrns ago on a prrieai or re
be at harvest time. pairing a telephone. Oilier valuablo
Jewelry was not returned, Mrs. (Ill-
Headings from tho Dlble and tho lam fitl.1. Nr marks to Indicate, the
Christian Science text book preteded sender of the li tter containing part
tho iiv nc ot the corner stone iori" "lr ,.n..-n- wri iimim
Ihe new church of Christian Si'lenro
at 7 o'clock this morning. Heveral
Christian Science volumes worn
sealed Inside tho cornerstone before
null containing i lWrT Tfl PI HOC UHTITI close (he Open Shop hotel
I1U I I W UUUOU IIUIUU'
Hearing on 0hii Minp UMiiMMf
lucnl Did No! .Imtlf) CliKlug.
SajK Claude Council)
Claude Connelly, slate ronimls-
A marriage license was Issued to I
Due to the high cost of print
paper, the Sapulpa Herald, a local
dally newspaper, Increased subscrip
tion rates today from 10 cents per
week to 15 cents per week effcetlio
.iM.n uv niw x-riPiiitiiral nnl May If. The Increase Is the first
imnuin wncrn no was sent ny tip ot freeK county, will speaK ,al tne
liomo to be treated for tuberculosis, high school and Junior high school
- ... ... J Monday morning In an'tffort to en-
HnlMrt A, Mclllmev rnlir.li? vnuni? nonnln lo lie nit Itiotr
Funeral Director Phone 45B-J71 I summer vacations working on farms. Klnley. reported to Chief of Police
003 South Main. Advt Huslnen men will be lslted In an . tack Wisdom today that she received
slnrr the paper f.xs first published
Mrs. H, F. Olllam, 214 West Me
street w JMME303EEMKSEEEt3KKr
'jfife ' Extra Special
SAft,. Friday and
lu vfc IhiiN ' ljafl'cs' extra fine footwear,
J a ', 'niSs brown and black kid, brown
2sr y'k-'r'-VBii mli fr suede, patent kid, covered full
v IJfeaiBa. . j(0Uj8 or n,iiitary heels. All sizes,
Hand Tailored Pumps, Ties or Oxfords,
very special two days; P I I If I
choice $14 and $16 values jL sLj JJ
One lot of Ladies' Pumps and Oxfords, high and r f
low heels. Extra special values, w 7
One lot of Men's Oxfords, ( f p
mostly small sizes; P ' r m
l:.l linger 22 Okmulgee, and Jewell "ner of labor, slated to Tim oria . carctlne the complaint
Thomas. 20, Welly, here today 'Inst night that he did net Intend In' been made lo hint, Mr
North llnslon avenue.
t Commissioner Connelly called a
nrnriim,n nip nupcrior court room
yesterday In Invest Igale working con
ditions Vi tho hotel which Is con
ducted by (he Open Shop association
for Hie necnmniodatlon of open fhep
work men who c.ome to the city to
Alter hearing the testimony is
elared that no testimony was Intro
duced which notild Justify tho cloiv
Ing of the establishment. i
Cement Shortngn Here.
A serious shortage of cement M
fell by the paving contiiietors who
were Awarded contracts for paving
In the city recently. This shortagn
Is so great that work cannot progress
as fast as the contractors desire.
Permanent relief does not appear t
bo In sight it present.
10 Off on All Men's Oxfords
"Not When I Can Get
Dr. Price,s,, ,
"Madam," said the"groc6r "1 am clearing out these baking powders
cheapened with alum. Will you have a can with my compliments ? "
"No thank you, not when I can get Dr. Price's Baking Powder at
the reduced price. Haven't you got it?"
"Oh, yes," replied the grocer, "it's now made with pure phosphate
and is the only kind I am selling." It seems as if women-folks were
all baking overtime since the great reduction in the price of
A. name famous for quality for 60 years
Not Cheapened With AIum-Le&TC No Bitter Taste Always Wholeom
25c for 12 oz. '
15c for 6 oz.
llOc for 4 oz.
FULL WEIGHT CANS J
The Price is Right
C I L
in tltia city is soiling Summer Suit3 tlint bear n littlo label markccl
"C. L. & B." Every garment touched by tbnt Inbel sccma to bo completely
tranaformcd. Tho exuet truth of tho mnttor is this:
t&liercs a little hand of Summer Suit cAfakers with one
ideal to tuvn out the finest quality featherweight clothes
that ever greeted a ixot day.
'iMow, if you don't mind pnyin& nn cxtm dollar or so for tho privilc&a
&f wearing a Tropical Worsted, or n alm fBcach, or a Pricstlcy"
"Cravenetto" English oMohair, that really smacks of individuality
find out who carries tho clothes that boar tho three modest ljttle
letters "C. L. &CB." then draw your own conclusions.
We'll gladly tall you his name on request ,
740-44 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY
When company; comes
there is no time to
waste no chances to
be taken so mother
sees that there is al
ways a can of
on hand. Dikes, pies,
doughnuts, muffins and
all Rood things to cat
must be dressed up in
their best taste and
Then, too, her reputa
tion a3 a cook must
be upheld and she
"stakes" it on Calumet
every time. She knows it
will not disappoint her.
Order a can nd haw the
"companjr" kind of bkingi
Calumet contains only toch
Ingredient! as hare been
approved ofiicUlly by the
U. S. Food Authorities.
Yt i ut vWa yi bay it
Tm mm wkw yu at it
Dentistry at P re-War Prices
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LOOK AT THESE PRICES:
95 Gold or Porcelain Crawat $5
$5 Bridge Work $5
$15 Plate Work 1S
The principal points in our service are our convenient plan of payment and
our pain-preventing methods. Examination free. All work guaranteed.
DRS. WOLFE & POYNOR
301 Robinson- Bid g.
Open 8 A. M. to 8 P. M.
Sun. 9 A. M. to 1 P. M.
Phone Osage 3432