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TULSA DAILY WOULD, SUNDAY, MAY ,10, 1020
'BARNETT TO GET
Call Up Case Despite
by U. S. Agents.
MUST BE ACTED UPON
Pppi-inl .Judge Jackson to Act
Upon Settlement Before
It Is Dismissed.
WlS'fli:!.'1. Knn . Mny l -IMiml
hiMrltiK of tin- four of Jiichx'in t!nr
ritt rl'-heKt Inilinn, wlnwo ttnlliiKe
w ,s' i nntestf il liy llio ilepiirttnent of
In.li.m nffaltH on tin- Ktoutitt he wim
)ri, .unpetent. will tilko lr hern
M, i.ln nolwllllMlitullfiB IlKree
n.PiiM tein'heil with tlie lmrtlen In
the Hi rcporti'd finm Muskonee
Th.i"l Whatever iiKrccmPtit w.in
,, i, hetl iniiKt bo Mllnnltteil to Spe
cial Cotninlmloiior JtulKC A. M. Jnck
H,.r reprenentitiK t lin KiitimiM mi-
, vtr'tne ' ""ft. "eire ll" nip "
v lll I' WHM M.ltell lllTC toilny.
Mui-MiRee iliwp.'licnen iiiiirnu'iy
Vi-p t" the effect tint tlm commlH
f ,R(.i- 1,1 IiKllnn nffalr luul with
drnn i.ppoiiilon to llnrnptt'H tniir
r hei '"1 woulil lHk- tin Mtpi. nH
Inrl' r I'.iinMt unit bin wife IIVoil
m the Knm-it miiiii iwar Henry.
C. K. Diplomas Will
lie (liven to Tulmm
Kxpert ChiiAlMti -:n.lp.t
plorniii itwu-il ! tin li.UKini
lil.ilti ri- tf. t). M, , , ,-rnl,
iiH t.tm .i ,-p, , ,f ,i , ,, , ,n, (X
iiiiiii.itiiin win bp pipi.-nti.i tu mvfti
nipiiilipr nf Hip lmrrnip.ll.itp :n
iluivor noi-lety nf thp l'lit Cliilstmn
ilinioh nt ii jiuiit meeting nf the
intermediate ntnl ncnlnr mieietie hi
ii 31) oclnik thl evenlnjr Veinott
.liicnbn in superintendent of the Inter
tnedlutp, mill John HnRem president
of the npiilor noclrlr
lntprniedlnte Chrl-itlim llndenvor
erg whn will iwi'lin illnliinuiH hiii
Helen (ioUt Hutli Wctxpll, (Hndya
'It .11. ... 41 It-.lli -
I in'". .mm, . 1 1 1 in inn, mire.
I'rny Mere Wood nnd Vernon
BOOM TO FRISCO
i State Headquarters to
i Close in Week-Early
Start Is Planned.
i lly AiKlln1 Pim Xtntf Wlrp
.IRT. May 19 The rhon ypur
will come tn n clone l'rldnv night
with the cotmneneemetit nddrcai
Thin Ih Hip third Kruduaiion for .Ipt
HltlPC the lu-hO'dH hue lipen on Hip
ncptPdlled lint 1'iiiv It Jetler will
IiphiI tllP elirmln h K i in tiext jr.ii
OKLAHOMA CITY. Mav J9
Jlem!iiinrU'iH of Sen. liobert Ij.
Owen, deniiirrntle i inrtldnie f"r
proaUtcntt.il nnnilniitlon. uhlih lmo
tiepn niiilntiitiipd In the utile i.ipltol,
will elofp within a wepk .liidKe H It
Chrlntoiilipr, offP n miiwiKer, nn
nouneed. 1). II UtietiiiUKh of MiinknBPP.
iiiiiIIHKit of the (Junit preldvnti,il
eninpalRii, who will make the nom
iniilitiK npeei h for dwell ! the dem
0'rnlle nntlniuil convention, nunm
p.inied hy Chrliopher and other
(iwen siiplior'erK expeet to leave for
i-i 1 r.i'i s i uiiliin 1" da t
lipparp tut he omentum It wn
M i'piI Owen hp id'iuiirtp were
p "pd a week uko .it the Hi Kran
in hntel ai San l-raiirlic-i. with Mrs ,
A Mi-Klnlpy of I .on AiirpIp". i.'.il
Will Hi pi'iM iil 'hilmi.
lt'prprtpntrttlpH from thn nntt I
rrenliyierlan rhurvh nt tho ninth
annual plon if the ochnol of
inlf loiin for Oklahoma and the
KoiltHwpt tn h,. eondiieted In SI.
1 .tiki's chiireh in Okliihnmn fllv
Mv Jl-.lune 5. will he MIm Hor
eni e .V llatmnm, Mr. A. V Itoth.
and r.!s II. T Ihiwen
TO STORE GRAIN
fiv mm i i i pi i ! i ink
(ilnt,int dneelor of i Meiiplen work
of A M cuUprp, Newt Oruhain
of Tlllwi. ni;rleilllurn reprpoeiilatlve
of the Ktrh.tncp National hank, and
H. C Ooppnh.irnpr of tlenry, threrh
or inn n and fnrnier
Parmem of Oklahoma will reiilro
loan by the end of Hip t lir-H Ii In aen
ami .unonnlliiK to half the Inlal value
of the wheat produced llils )par.
HpPakera eald Tho ernp till jpai.
It l entlniatpil will nincn.nl tn ap-
lin.ulli 'v ,M n ul noil buihel-i of
w In a1
Meet Hanker. ,
Thp flnancn i-oninilllep uppolntpd
lida will meet help I'rlilay with
the ePi utlve eoinmlMee nf Hip Okla
homa II, i nisei iitnni In! Inn In dlm-ll-vi
Hip prnlileiu of flnanelnK Ilia el op.
Itepomiiinndntlon.i of the renntu
tlona eniniiilllee, adopted ntimii
nuniHly, Inelude the folliiwInR'
"That the produper relieve Hie
situation to Hie ureateet poitnlhlo de
Krre by maklitK ImmedlHtn plana for
ntorlUR ."ina II mil Inn on the faimn lv
elaekltiK headPil or hound unln in
all i aw where It ran he done eff.
cletitlv and with proper teKaril rnr
the iiltimalp itiali of the Kin In ir
ImmrdmtpK arranging for proper
Inn eapaeity o ulnre all Mimll grain
'Thai a eominlltre of nltio lei np
IMitnted to imnfer immadlately with
the e.xeeiitlvo enmmltteti nf the
Oklalinma llankem Hiwnclal Ion to
woik v't't a definite meaiiH of fl
nanelnK till year' Kraln eiop whllo
In stoinne nn the fat ma, and to con
fer pprennally wtl)i the illieelnii of
the federal teeerve hank of the Tenth
iltMtrlet tn ohtalti for the grower of
Oliliihomit the iiloal tavoinlile redle
eiiimt prlvllene i-oiialatetit with eaf"
hauklnK. and with the ileipei ,it
i mergeney whli h nnw pkIhIi
'That an pdlii-allnnal eaitip.ilBti he
lindcrlaken In leh the people nf the
rcn nerinujinrrj, nf the exMtlnB elUl
at ion and the, npc pnalty for prompt
aetluti and P(4nppte eo oper.iuon o
the part of till rltlr.ena tn the in 1
that agrtc-iiltnirn In Oklalinrnn
he tnalntnlti.Ml and that eerlnua '
tt.inelll loa which ultimately wmt I
he Tell l every tlll.en inn I.
Ttlt., (HlKI'.MIiM Sr,
Ket tltt ft., Nrnr t.eolt
ftp Ani'inm. Krnn unit llmlfllnff pUnt.
Puirii ImnKlnK bftiknti.
Tflrpleine J 15 llrtvirn It and,
I. nr lifter i p m
Lift Off Corns!
Doesn't hurt! Lift touchy corns and
calluses right off with fingers
"1 suffi red for joitra from stomach
trouble and R.m continually, noctors
thousht I hail stomach ulcere or can
cer After lnnt nttaclc they advised
.i:ninu to Koi-hrMer. Minn., for tin op.
! ration A friend ndvlscd trylnc
M.irs Wonderful ltemcdy, which I
ilnl. and I cannot sln lta pr'alBcs
tun hiKhl. tn I can now out any
thing ami iverjthlnK." It Ih ,i slm
p. hi'mlP"B preparation lh.it re
n" 'pi tin .itarrhal mucui Irom tho
h rs , i tri't and nllajH tin In
S in.rn .! ir wh.ih cuiKei pr u tlc-tlly
a. I, item nil .ncr and lute t i il . l
It. iMC- ii i idu tipiiendliil .1 (nc
dnsp wr nrvit.re . i i inpy rc
funded ' a'l (IrucpistM Ivt
Apply a few drops of "Fretvone" upon that old,
bothersome corn. Iii&untly that corn stops
hurtinc I hen shortly you lift it right off,
root and all, without pain or soreness.
Hit J corns, soft corns, comi
hetwren the toes, nd the
hitd &kln caIIuscs on
bottom of ftct lift
fJ "S. X Hcm off-no II jH
A I i
L Ij but a fnu ctntl at drvz turn 5
like m 9
Have you ever noticed the cloudy appearance of
OrangC'Cruih and Lemon-Crush while enjoy
ing these rare-flavored drinks?
The reason for this cloudiness is also the rcasoa
for the unequalcd dcltciousncss of Orange-Crush,
and Lcmon-Crush for it is caused by the uni
form distribution throughout: the drinks of thou
sands of minute particles of 'the actual fruit oil
pressed from freshly picked oranges and lemon.
The Interesting process which hns made thispos
sible was perfected five years ago by N.C.Ward,
and is exclusive with Orange-Crush Company.
It marks one of the greatest steps forward ever
taken in the preparation of soft drinks, for it
brings to you, without preservatives, the pure,
delightful flavors which have made oranges and
lemons the favorite fruits in every home. The
cloudiness is your guarantee of gcnuincncsi,
flavor and quality.
The booklet, "The Story of Ward's Orange-Cnishv
and Lcmon-Crush," gives full details regarding
the making of these drinks. It 6hows how deli
cate flavors arc obtained by combining the fruit
oils with purest granulated sugar and citric acid
the natural acid of oranges and lemons.
Send for this free booklet today. You will better
enjoy the largest sale of any fruit-flavored drinks
in the world.
in bottles or at fountains
Prepared by Orange-Crush Company, Chicago
Laboratory, Los Angeles
llottleil In Till -a hy
COCOA COIjA hottmng CO.
510 S.Tcorlu. Ounce 27.10
Willi V ' 'V. VVC : vi v . rTiwi ?- y.mmu
The Curtis Brown Store will be closed all day Monday for Memorial Day
Our No-Profit Sale
of Suits, Hats, Silk Shirts and Hosiery ,
Are prices coming down?
and will they stay down?
A wave of hysteria with regard to lower prices is sweeping the country. We hope it will
result in permanently lower prices. But we are afraid there is bound to be some disappointment once
this flurry is over: The public may bo led to expect more in the way of lower prices than is justified by the facts. For
with the expection of silks, prices in general do not seem likely to come down quickly; they may come down gradually
the most we can hope for from present indications is that they have stopped rising. Anil we helicve that the present
lowering of prices is due more to unseasonable weather and a backward season than to all other reasons which con
jecture arm rumor nave given lor uiem.
Wherever the market has broken and
lower prices have appeared, The Curtis Brown
store has been quick to take advantage of them and to
pass the savings along. For the Curtis Brown funda
mental business policies do not have to be changed to
meet unusual conditions; they are built to provide bet
ter values ALL the time; they art built for unusual times
just as much as for usual conditions.
Most of the lower prices have resulted
from the sacrificing of made up stocks in the
hands of middlemen. The mills and factories have in
almost no instance shown lower prices at the source
labor and raw materials. Both of these have remained
high. In the midst of the flurry comes an increase in
wages running into millions in the New England textile
One result of the present flurry is that
many of the speculators who grew up and out of
the war have been put out of business by being forced to
take large lossos. These losses have partially repaid the
public for some of the speculation which cost them heav
ily during the war.
And in all this flurry and hysteria it is
more important than ever to call attention to cer
tain fundamental characteristics of the Curtis Brown
store which make it an even better place to trade in times
like these. This store does not take any particular
credit to itself for taking advantage of proscnt condi
tions and passing along tho savings of the present period.
This it deems its duty ALL THE TIME.
Giving good values is not here an odd job to bo
done once in a while and neglected the rest of the time.
We make it our duty six days a week, fifty-two weeks a
year. Nor do we believe it good service to the public to
provide it with a periodical feast of good values followed
by a long famine.
We do not believe that anywhere has
fuller advantage been taken of the drop in for
eign exchange than at Curtis Brown's; nor is better ad
vantage being made of present conditions for the benefit
of the public. We do not believe any store has raised
prices more reluctantly, NOR LOWERED THEM IUORE
Here at Curtis Brown's goods are marked down while they are in demand; stocks arc
kept constantly clean. Our capital is always flexible; we are always ready to go into the market
and take advantage ot sudden drops. Tnat is our policy year in anu year ouu u tiuua nui- n.ivu u uu iiui iu iu mu
advantage of unusual times. It is built for unusual conditions as well as for usual ones. That is why folks buy here
everv d;iv, and not just occasionally when something "special" is offered. That is why we outclass other stores, today,
tomorrow, every day.
gm)u O. '
,By far the livest leading Men's Store of Tulsa