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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1920
BUSY TIME AT
Important Matters Crowd
Out Parts of Attrac
POLICE BALL JUNE 3
Interests of Boys' Home to
Be Pushed and New Home
Provided for Inmates.
Various Important announcements
liroko up a well arranged program nt
the weekly noon luncheon of tho
notary club In llotiil Tulsa club
room yesterday. After Introduction
of gucfltn, nnnnunccd on the program
nn Harry Conkrlght of Oklahoma
City, Walter Miller of Tulsa ami
John Tenedalo of Muskogee, an an
nouncement of tlio Polln'iiien'H ball
In Convention tut 1 1 Juno .1, wan niailii
by Charles W. Dairy, police In
spector. Coiniiianilf r O. T .fnhnson of thn
Salvation army, then Invited thn Ito
tnrlans to tho baud concert at tho
high school I.ihI night ami thn rn
ccptlun ul tho now eltndol yeslcrdny
afternoon. J. W. Woodford, tho only
scheduled speaker except Orra Upp,
road a paper on guaranty ttllo In
surance. I'pp wan not nulled uponj
uuo 10 a jaca oi iiuiiirieiii mini mir
ing tho lunch hour. Hecrotnry Hitlph
T.i I lint atinoiinct'd that contributions
for the Itotury tractor to ho given
to tho Kcrblan war utifforcrs ho given
to a committee.
Al Farmer, C. K lluckncr, Htcw
art Pierce, Halph Talhot, John Dav
enport and Claudo Hough havo been
elected df-lcgatcs to tho InlornJi.
lldnal Hotary cuiivoutlou at Atlanta,
Oa. Announcement wait madu hy
AI Farmer that tho boys' homo
which was Inaugurated mainly hy
Uotarlaiis, him purchased a pleeo of
property nrnr Klghth and Detroit
and that tho present homo, 7(iG
Bouth lioston, has proved to ho too
small. Ho nald that 3.1 lioyn are
now In tho Institution au'd a uiimhcr
hlivo been refused admlttancn dur
ing thn lawt fow months becuusu ot
lack of room.
Tho now boys' homo will ho dou
ble tho nlzo of tho present strueturo,
Karmor added. This week has been
sot aside for hoyH' work, W, K Htahl
nnnouncod, and llotarlan In tho en-1
tire country aro helping Institutions
similar to tho local hoys' homo.
Kvcry llotnrlan wnH nskud to meet
Wcdnosday night nt tho hoys' home,
706 South Detroit, for nn annual
feaiit and to arrant;)) n, program to
assist the homo In procuring a bud
Bet of $40,000 for tho coining year.
Announcemnnt was mado hy Htnhi
hair made I
soft and easy to
manage by aiing
Nelson's Hair Dressing
NfUon'a it fine for tlie tcp, r
moves Aindruff ind mikti tlio btir
ine hirjiciad luir dicuint; the
elioic of rurticulir colored peo
pl for ntatly yrjti.
All tv lm. Haiti la U J. tfpNtwi'.
Ct a wckact ttttm real CiuikIiI. Do tun
o rt riauiat NcImq'i
I I j j CORN(
Eud The Agony and Torture
From Corns, Callouses,
and Bunions with
the wonderful new dlnrovery for
corns, callouaes and bunions. Tho
?ln stops with the very flrit drop.
n JO minutes the corn may bo
Mlly removed. Hxp?rt ('birop
odtat's use the same, method, ilanr
of them us Corn "FIX".
Corn "FIX" contains no ether,
collodion, salyrlllo ucld, or other
Harmful Ingredients to eat the good
flesh una mako the foot soro. No
more extended treatments for sev
eral days and nights; no mors
Boaklng or "cooking" the fact
jnecessnry. In 10 minutes tlio corn
. is- rone so Is thn pain, Corn "FIX"
I i "quicker, safer and different
..rxin't suffer another minute!
Corn "FIX" Is wonderful, and will
surely help you. If your dealer
cannot supply you. send us 35c In
stamps and we will mall ou a
bottlo -direct from our laboratory.
Your monev refunded If you are
rjin rfe CO., Inc., Newark, N, J.
Carroll Downing Adams, (lis 7-ycttr-iild
run of Mr. nnd Mrs llohrrt
K. Adams, 1712 Houth llotllder, died
Wednesday nflcrnorm nt the reid-ilent-o
nn a ri'milt of typhoid fever,
llcsldrs l lie bnv's parents, he I sur
vived by two sisters : i r i 1 oin- brother
Mr. Adams I a prominent rrn estate
mnn here Kinicriil services will ho
held at thi resldenco nt 2 o'clock
I'lldny iirtrrtiiinii wllh llev. I., H.
J lurloii of lliij llofiton Avenuo M. I0.
Melvln H. Hoss, 18 years old, nn
tdl well driller, lately employed by
tho Mutyrh Drllllm; oonlpany, died
Tuesday afternoon at a local hospital
as a result of ptomaine polaonlmr.
Hess was brought hero from HlK
heart, wheie ho beoaiun ll Immedi
ately after eatlni; a lunch. Ho dlud
about .111 mliiuten after reaohlm;
Tulsa. Ho s survived hy two daugh
ters and two sous. Funeral ntranKii
lueiits havo not hetn made.
Mrs. Harry Tomllnson, 31 years
old, wlfo of Harry Tomllnson. eom
mltted suicide early Monday iiiornlni:
nt the homo near I'alk View statbin
on tho Hand Kprlmts line, by shoot Intc
herself throiiKh the head. Ileslcles
her huslhiinl she is survived by an
11 weeks-obi baby Mrs. Tomllnson
was a member of the Itebeica Indue,
which will have chrne of Mm funeral
servires. She Im tliniiKht to have been
despondent over the death of her
sun about a year ao. Funeral serv
ices will Im held at Mowbray's
chapel at 3 o'clock this nrieruoon.
Interment will be In Iloso Hill.
that a letter received yesterday from
tho hospltnl at which Paul flallo
way. first local president of Iho Ito
tarlaus. Is abed, livery Holailan In
Tulsa was advised to wrlto or who
somo friendly niessaiio to (lalluway.
Ills address was clven an loom 705,
Presbyterian hospital, CIiIimko, 111.
CALLS FOR CALOMEL
TAKE A CALOTAB
The Nauncalcss Calomel Tab
let That Js Purified From
Danger a n d Unpleasant
Do jreu r he b, tints In your
mouth In tho innrnlnr. hntry lirratli, coal
ril tnncim, lirailaclin, ncr nuiuria wllh a
let'ilown frclltiRt Yuu nrrfl calniarl, nolle
Ine rim will rlran your liter Ihofnujhljr.
Trr Calolaba th nautralria tablet that la
ilrllcldful to tales and ilrllitlitrid In effect.
One tablet at bedtime, with a jwallow of
water, -thal'a all, No taite, no criplng,
tio aalta nor namea, Wake up In the in.irn
Inc (irllnc like a two jnr old, liiliht,
cheerful, enercelle ami with a hearty ap'
petite for brtakfait Kat what ynu plea.e,
no danger Calotaba are ao entirely de
Hlhtful to lake and an pleaianl In effect
that the manulactiirora hau nulhorlied your
1 rn keI st tl refund the nrlce a cuaranteu
that you will be delighted wllh Calotaba,
f.Vild only In orlilnal, lealed packagci,
price thirty flte eenta. At druc itorea
erery where. Adt.
nKiH - . i yi
s i i m alii au i i m, ink iror wnsr utamnnns art rnr i i
mmmmmmX them Diamonds do
1 fTelSr Tl R ES.
j-gg-j m . .
Producers Tire Company (Inc.)
702 South Main
Osage 3286 and 3287 Tulsa, Okln.
AUTO THIEF IS '
HELD AT STROUD
Quick Work on Part of Of
ficers Results in Ar
rest of Young Man.
Fast work on tho part of tho local
police department and splendid co
operation between Ihlt and other
police departments was responsible
for IIih capture of nn alleged auto
thief last ii Iff)) t.
Harry Adams teporleil to tho po
llen about ,1 o'clock yesterday aft
ernoon that somnoiin hail stolen his
ear. All of Hie iivlHhborlni; towns
had been notified by 1 o'clock and
at X:3H o'clock last night the city
marshal of Htroud lelephoned that
hn had a cur answerlnu tho descrip
tion of the one stolen horn. The
driver of the car. a younn man who
iravo the name of Arthur Norton,
iiinfessed to slealltiK the car from
Tulsa, according to the Htroud po
llen. He said tint it man was waltlnK
at tho Frisco Kt.itlon In' Oklahoma
t;ily lo receive the car. A descrip
tion of thn man was furnished the
Oklahoma City police hut late last
nlKht no word had been received
Ilcnt home Prcautait.
of the Park Hoard
At tho first meetltiR of thn mil-
b.icher was reappointed park super
intendent, a position he has held
since tho first park silo wan pur
chased by the city. N. 5. Jlen
thorne wan elected president of tho
CUT THIS OUT
old r.NOLi.sii itnoiri) ion oa-
TAIUUt CATARRHAL DHAI'MISS
AND !U;AI NOIHKH.
If you know of aoino .me who la troubled
ftlth Catarrhal Deifneaa. head nolaea or
ordinary catarrh, cut uiit thli formula and
hand it In tlirrn and ynil ruay have been the
inrana uf aavln- aotne pour aiifferer per
hapa from total dcafuena In Knefand
at'leiitlata for a lottfT' time pait hare recog
nized tl'l catarrh It a ronitltulional ilia
eate and neotiarlly repilrei conttltutlonal
hnrara. luhalera and note dnuehei are
liable to irritate t tin dellcato air parnaei
and f.irce thn dlacaae Into the middle
ear which frequently mean tnlal deafueaa,
or clae the dipeaao n:ay be ilrlfen down
tlia air paaaasca towards the lunxa which
la eipially u danceront. The follnwlnc for
mula which la uaed exteniiTcly in thn damp
rnaiiidi rlimatn It a rouilllutinnal' treat
ment and aUiubl prote especially efficacinua
to auffirera hire who live under more fav
oraldo climate condltlona.
Hciure from vour druirciat 1 ounco of
I'annint (I limbic Ktreii;th). Take thla
I i o and add tn It H )dnt of hot water
and a little Rranulated Hilar; tlir until
dtaaulvrd. Take one tableBionnful four
tinea a day. Thla will often briiiK quick
relief from dlatrciiinz bead noleei.
Oloced noilrlla aboutd oien, brealbini
beenme eaiy and hearltiK tuiprore' at tha
Inflammation In the euilarbian tubes li
reduced, Parmlnt uied In thla way acta
iireeuy upon ine mono ana inurniu aur
facet of the tratem and hat a torat action
that helpt to obtain tho dcalred tetirlla. The
preparation U eauy to mal., cotti little
and It pleatant to take Kfery pertnn
who hat ralarrh or It'iti nnliea or It hard
of hearlnc thould cite thli treatment a
ySSSSSmW Use the tire tMtand, Y
START ON WILCOX BUILDING!
site nt Slilli anil l-mer nml Will
t'ist $ I 10,0(1(1 Oilier I'lTinlOi
(round Is lielm; broken at Hlxth
and lieiwur for the new hony of tho
II I'. Wllr-ix company, whlcll will be
it three tory nml basement fire
proof nfflie bulldliu;. Tho intimated
cost is 1 1 (0,000.
Tlie . leant lot nt Tenth nnd Main
Is leliiir eli and preparatory to the
ereilloii of a moilirii KariiKe, which
will leprih'itt an Invistinent of $71,
fito llrown Teal was Issued a permit
estsnliiy for the construction of a
I -.ooo resllenco at 1717 Knnt Klhth
CourtcHji ICxpcctcd of
All Traffic Officers
I'atlinco of tho public with tho
li( mil- of the poller department until
pi iidliu; traffic problems can bo
s.Cv."il Is requested hy Alnyor T. I).
IC v.i ns, who said yesterday that It' Is
tho plan of tho coinmltxlon lo make
tne (raffle end of tho department
ono In which thn peoplo will have
the iriniiHt confidence. "Officers
handling t ie (raffle must bo absolute.
'Telillemen." said the mayor. ''They
ie Instriiclid to deal courteously
ilh Ibe public nr.d overlook mis
lakes that are m.idn In i;ood faith."
Ad Club Will Resume
Regular Weekly Meets
In order to return to tho rofjular
schedule of weekly ineetlriKS, tho Ad
club will hold no sihioii todn
owlni; to tho trade trips the schedule
of meetings has been dlsarranKed,
and this makes ncceimary the omis
sion. Tho next regular Rathcrinx
will bo on next Tueaday noon at
Hotel Ttlls.i, and hack on Kchedtilo
The "Liver Tone" Man Warns
Folks Against the Sicken
ing, Salivating Drug.
UrIi! Calomel makes you sick. It's
horrltilu! Take a dose of tho danRer
nus druir tonight and tomorrow you
loso a day.
Calomel Is mercury! When It
comes Into contact with sour bile, It
crashes Into It, breaking It up, Then
In when you feel that awful naune
and crnmplni; It you are sluggish. If
liver Is torpid and bowels constipated
or you have headache, dUzlncsn,
coated tongue, If breath Is bad or
stomnch sour, Just try a spoonful of
harmless Uodson's L.lvor Tono to
night. Hero's my guarantee Co to any
drug storo and get a bottlo of Dod
son's Liver Tono for a few cents.
Take a spoonful and If It doesn't
straighten you right up and mako
you feel flno and vigorous, go back
to tho storo and get your monejy.
Dndson's Liver Tone Is destroying tho
sale of calomel because It can not
salivate or make you sick. Advt.
on Time This Season
For tho first tlrno since Ita estab
llshment, the Tom Torn, tho yearly
publication of the senior class of
Tulsa high school, was delivered on
time, this year, tho first copies bclntf
devred Tuesday. About 100 copies
were distributed then unit nbout tho
same number are expected today,
Tho hook Is leather bound.
Tho utaff was composed of J.ticy
May Murquls, Mldred rj, Ada
ltlckmore. I, Man Handall; orKanlza
Hon staff, Joe KoberlltiB, Moyd West,
I,uclllo Hhelton, Ksther Felt; Joko
staff, Arthur Holmes, Ix-o Towers,
Carre I. Flkn; athletic staff, IJorothy
.Mcuirney, .Mortimer Hansom, Flor
ence t'aver. business stuff, John
i nomas, Thomas Dlx, Falkne.r
Ilronch, I'atillno Wood, Florencn
Cravcr; blnKrnphy staff, Charles
l;avls, Mabel Neul, Marlon Mays,
Katherlno l'atton, Vrttlnla l-:otiard,
make-up staff, Mildred Twldwoll,
Konald Johnson, Uleun Hpnill; pho
touraphers' staff, John Jlass, Iiuls
Wolverton, Julletto Fortler; advlaory
hoard, .Ml as Adah Itoblnson, Miss
Lilian remiulte, Armor II. tichlwikcr,
Mare Hnll, Cecil Hunt, James J.
Hoop, Hetty West, Hosella Reynolds
and Joo Jankowsky.
Scott Ferris Will
Talk Here June 10
Scott Ferris will speak hero about
Juno 10, he advised hU campaign
Local supporters of Ferris, who Is
opposing Kenator T. I. flore for the
democratic nomination to tho United
States senate, say that Ferris wants
a chance, to present his side of tho
argument. Ferris men claim Ooro
HrtfyporterH nre giving the Impression
DREADED FOR NIGHT
TO COME, DECLARES
Unable to Sleep From Ner
vousness And Dyspepsia,
He Walked the Floor For
HE THOUGHT HE
"But Tanlac Has Made Me
Over And I Never Felt
Better Than Now" Says
U. S. TireTCompa'ny Man.
"I have taken only two bottles of
Titnlao but already I have gained
eight pounds In weight nnd am feel.
Ing as fine ns I ever did In my life."
was tho stntement niiido a few days
ago by Clarence B. Mitchell. 927
Ulnton St., Petersburg, Va. Mr.
Mitchell Is employed by the United
Ktntcjt Tiro Co. In nichmond nndj
goes from Petersburg to Itlchmond
nnd back every day.
"For something over a year I have
been a constant sufferer from n se
vere caso of Indigestion. I never
wanted to go to the table, not only
Im-chuum my appetite was nearly
nothing but also because I knew
'hat to expect afterwards. Why, as
Things Change Rapidly in the
Stores These Days
jNJew things are coming in all the time..
To buy intelligently, you must know not only the goods, the
styles, the varieties, the prices and the lilce, but you must know
where the goods are to be had,.
Reading the advertisements makes you a' posted buyer an up-to-date
The one sure way to keep up
with the times is to be a regu
lar reader of the advertise
ments in your paper.
They are full of suggestions.
Often your eye will catch the
very article you need, at an
advantageous price or some
thing new to you, something
that .Senator Ooro U the outstanding
champion of the oil Industry In the
FcksIs said he would stay In
Washington until soldier legislation
and other Important matters aro
Will Hold Meeting
of Local Red Cross
Announcement of a meeting of tho
Tulsa county chapter of the Hed
Cross In the commissioner's room of
thn municipal building at 2 o'clock
Friday afternoon, was mado yeetter
day by K, Rogers Kemp, chnlrman.
i:. Bond)', assistant manager of
the southwestern division of tho Hod
Crom, will he present to discuss the
program of work of the Tulsa county
chapter and a talk will bo given hy
Miss (Jortrudo Vail, representative of
the national organization of asso
Big Cache of Choc Beer
Under Negro's House
C. 11. Powers, negro, was arrested
on Investigation lato last night fol-
Till: Wesley Ctas of tlio
First M. K. Church Mill
linto nn out-of-doors
party tills evening, Thursday,
tho 27th, nt Central parlc. Hie
rations will Ixi liandcil out nt
0:30 nml tlicro will In; some
thing doing ncry minute. AH
ihciiiImts and frk-nils of the
class nro urged to attend.
soon cut I got up from the table I
would begin to bloat up with gus
nnd It pressed Into tny chest and
choked me up so bad I thought I
woulj smother. There wns such a
pressure around my heart that It,
palpitated terribly and I had a hard
lump In my stomnch all tho time.
Dizzy spells of en cama on me and
every day I hud to tako a laxative
as I was badly constipated. My
nerves were all on edgo so that any
sudden no.lso inn do me Jump nnd I
was so restless I dreaded for bedtime
to come, for I would rather stay up
and walk the floor than go to bed
and Ho there for hours unablo to
sleep a. wink. Every morning I al
ways had a sour taste In my mouth
and felt so weak and sluggish It was
a Job for mo to get around nt all.
"Hut I don't feel that way now for
Tanlac has mado me nil over again
and I am feeling better than I have
In years. In fact. I don't know when
I ever felt better. Eat, why, every
thing tastes so good that my biggest
troublo Is trying to satisfy my appe
tite), and I am not troubled with pal
pitation, gas or bloating any more. I
don't have to take laxatives now for
I am entirely relieved of constipa
tion nnd the bad taste In my mouth
has gone. My nerves1 have steadied
down so .iiuch that now I sleep, ten
hours every night and when morn
ing conies I nm ready for a hard
day's work. My wife has also taken
Tanlac and It has helped her Just as
much as It hns mo and sho Joins me
In praising It."
Tanlac Is sold In Tulsa exclusively
by the Quaker and Puritan Drug
lowing the finding of about 130 gal
lons of "choc" burled under his
house Just outside the city limits on
Greenwood avenue. Thn beverage
was disposed of by the officers In tho
raiding party, led by 1'ollce Captain
fleorgn HUlne and K. F. Hcsnrt,
Hay Ward and J. T. lowe. plain
clothes men, and Harney Cleburn,
negro patrolman, who holds a dep
uty sheriff's commission. The 'man
arrester will ho turned over to the
county authorities toduy, Ill.ilne said
Men Knstlu Hero.
Hen C. Kasttn, secretary of Henry
etta chamber of commerce, was a
business visitor In Tulsa yesterday.
Cold Weather Necessitated
Warm Weather Improves It's Value
to the Good Dressers of Tulsa
The continued cold weather of the spring months
left our shelves loaded to capacity with choicest
Spring- and Summer woolens. We must move
them. Values up to $125 at only
Our cutting department is located on the main
floor where you may see the fabric you select cut
and designed by expert workmen. A try on
within thirty-six hours is arranged for in this
sale, thus giving you our usual prompt service.
Have You Seen
out of the ordinary that will
be helpful to you.
If you don'.t buy today you will
tomorrow. You are not wast
ing your time when you are
learning to know
how to talk knowingly to the
Mrs. Bankhcad Chosen
Librarian for Blacks
The negro library, a bono of con
tentlon with city administrations
slnco Its establishment several years
ago, has a real librarian at last In
the opinion of Mayor T. D. Kvans,
who h.is announced the appointment
of Mrs. C. A, Hankhead, late of
Texas, to that position. Mrs. Hank
head Is said to bo a well educated
teacher and a wolfare worker among
the peoplo of her raco. Her salary
of S100 a month Is paid by the rlv.
Tho mayor states that her appolntV
ment has met with satisfaction.