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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, MAY 31, 1020
GIVE SERMON FOR
SENIORSAT H. S.
Crowd of 1,500 Packs Big
Hall f or Eventful
GLEE CLUBslN CHOIR
Have Complete Program At
Convention Hall for Grad
uates of H. S. This Year .
"Mnr.ilitv I the Nsl of eharaotcr
.ndVilBlon I" the basis of morality ."
It,v U "on told Hip munlwn
TOWN CLUB YEAR OLD'm?,
Notnl Cluli Wnnwn Will Spent nt
llauquct iukI Pmernin Tlis
Lfhool nt the claim sermon last nlRht
K Convention hall. 'Onyitne-.f. In
mMfiircl hy hat you do for others
JmS I not what yon do for yournelf."
Ilev. llarton said.
nrc thiiii 1.500 pcoplo were pres.
rnt at the oervlee. All of the churches
of the city had dismissed tho eve
1, , rvl, e. The seniors worn their
Mrs, Neva Thomas of Springfield.
Mo , prominent In club and social
tvelfarn uork In Missouri, will be the
principal speaker at tho annual ban.
qut of the Tulsa Town club at S
o'clock Monday evening May 31. In
the main dlnlns room of the Ken
nedy restaurant Her address will
deal with s, phase of the work and
play of tho business woman of today
Mrs. Thomas will address a joint
luncheon of the. Tulsa Town club and
the City club on Saturday, june. 5.
raps and powns and marched
1 i .,,nnn In a body.
' . . - ........ iinnnnlni! siiectacle. I
M.mhers of the Mondelssohn club
f'ihe hlrch school, anil the boys' Klee
"urc.'mprlsed the choir. Mrs. Llla
V ,rte llarrell was choir director hr
C', l'.RH'ammof the I'lrst Chris
tlin .luirh was the oR.inls; h
Oberlviuer, superintendent of city
chools presided nt the services.
iipv W. It. Murphy led the prayer
and Uabbl Charles II. mtz read tho
The service was ciobcu uy wm uvii
fdlition belnc Mine by tho choir.
The "-mors marched out in unison
as they had marched In.
lllfi ATTi:XlANCi: CONTINUES
Sunday School Crowd Yesterday To-
With 6 'J fi 7 In attendance yester
day Tulsa Sunday schools retnlned
thn'hmh averaG" sained several
weeks aco with R52 more reported
nresent 'han a week ago. There
Pre 91;. at the I'lrst Presbyterian,
the larsest class, and 760 at the
vi-f Methodist clatw. whlrh came
(frond. Tho I'lrst
was a c!oe third
Tho report by Sunday schools fol
lows I'lrst Presbyterian, 935; Sec
ond Presbyterian. 376: College Hill
Presbyterian. 2 IS; Hullotte Preaby
terlan. 1. t'nltcd Presbyterian, 1S7.
First Methodist, 7C0. firaco Metho
dist. 3'.0, Orcutt Methodist. 22fi,
West Tulsa Methodist, 157; Boston
Avenue Methodist. 517; Tlgert
Methodist, 207; Hasler Methodist,
63, Plrst Christian. 711; First Hap
tM. 543, NoBaleB Baptist, 180; Im
manucl Haptlst. 376; West Tulsa
Baptist, 156; Klrst Lutheran, 71.
liOmbard, 55; Church of God, 64,
Salvation Army, 44.
WOMEN DICTATE MORALS
ttha Stanley Uit n the
club history by Mist Oene Kut- Ker,
ft vocal solo by Sasn.i unrov l ...
reading by Miss Pc.irl Mason umi "
violin cello solo by Wnlier I'orry.
Installation of cluh ouicers inr ue
comlnB year will close the program
Theso are Miss llena M I'owle, pres
ident, Mtss Tula M Klruy. urn ti.-v
president, Dr. Melon llnblnson. sec
oml vlco president. Miss Caroline
Haker, recording secretary, Hw
Kleanor Keith, corresponding secre
tary; Miss Anna Olson, troasurer;
Mlsft r,en.i Heltner. auditor. Hoard
members to he Installed will be Mhu
Zulu Poole, Miss VenetVi Jones nml
Miss Ina Spawr, and rommitteo
chairman, Mlsa Oertrudo IAtrd, chair
mnn of the program and eniertaln
ment committee; Miss Mathllde
Alch, chnlrmnn of public, nffalrs.
MIsh May Comstoek, rhal.'tnan of
publicity, and Miss Ilwi Honry.
chairman of finance.
The Tulsa Town club Is now n year
old Its membership lonsists of one
woman from each profession and
WATER IS CONQUERED' prowler foils the police SMALLPOX MENACING
Delay Is Over nml Ollnun Milling
District Is (cimlnc Mack
Into It Own
FULL OF CIVIC SLACKERS
Narrow Mens of Chlo Untie Seem
In I'm nil.
PlTTSlU'ntlll, Mav 30. -Pittsburgh
Is full of cUlc sift kers, ac-
cording to Dean U II. Walker of tho
Piit.slMn gb is one of the nt"st
b.'iikuard cities in the t'nltcd States
In rlvic affairs." s.ilil Mean Walker.
There ore loo mans men who think
that If they pay their taxes onv n
year and perhaps vote on" or twlco
a ear thf v hao ilnno tielr complete
duty Pittsburgh I too full of molt
who would let 'ticorge do It.' "
with 714 in at-
Mn. Not a Thomas.
Miss louella Meets, retiring presi
dent of the club, will preside nt thn
banquet. Tho main address will be
preceded M u piano solo by Mrs.
Mildred Jones Freeze, a violin solo
Month' Iliiltdliig $731, 17.1.
Tulsa's building tecord for tho
1 month of May Is J731.175, It was an
nounced by r.ulldlng Inspector
KpecUl to Th World
QIWPVW. May 30 True to the
expectations nnd calculations of tho
best mining engineers, geologists and
practical minors, the Qtiapaw mining
district Is coming Into Its own. Kor
tho last threo years the heavy water
has defied tho best pumping machin
ery that It has been thought possi
ble to linen! and operate. nt to,n
the water Is tinder control and Is
weakening, and mineral Is being
hoisted that Is wonderfully rich In
recovery of both lead nnd rlnc.
This has nil been made possible by
the combined efforts of a few plucky
men, who have fought the water
with persistency nnd with a determi
nation to make a success of the tin -dertnklng.
Tho propettles known ns
tho l.urky 3, Mrlnson-Klrtley. Impe
rial nnd Wnvnhtichle nre shnu'lng up
r.ttrn good nnd rich, but It takes time
to work out an underground room
I suitable for several man to work In,
and it Is reasonable to expect tho
best production to come as tho work
1 progrwi It I sufficient to s
that there will soon be great ncttv
, Ity in nnd around tho Quapaw mill -I
I While tho oil fields of Texas have
I boomed and other localities have
' lured men to gamble strong on tho
uncertainty of what Is to bo found
j at great depths, tho Ottnwa county
I miner has riulclly di tiled Ills mill
Hit.'x .mil .-.'uHiliiHiv hounded out his
ground before going to any great
.outlay, and has thereby rendered his
undertaking Icsr risky. Mining on
unproven ground Is a reckless propo
Mnr Oxmllm In Stnlo TlirvntiMinl
Willi I'pldcmlo I'tilif Prompt
Mat 30 l'n
Irs niiatantitie regulations nro more
strictly enforced, nine c.'Utitlea In
this state are threatened with tin
epidemic of smallpox
This Is the statement mide tod.n
flor ((eiintlni: to I'titer Homo,
Man Holds (itiit on Neighbor.
Police Captain tleoige Hlnlno and
a s.tuad of plain clothes men
sr irchtvl the neiehbcthnod near Sof.
Last Klevinth l.ue Saturday tiuhi
in an ertori to locate a pi-owlet ; srrui to Th w...i,t
stld to hate nltempted the roltbeijl OKLAHOMA CITY
oi inc iioine oi . . i erniiiiugii, it I
V man detained bv Poctor Pern
datiRh held the neighbors n' bat
w'th a revolver and e-fnped before
m tit was given tho police, but no
nrtcsts had been made tcrda I
Coloniilo Mat lnlio I cad In Piodnc
tloll'of 'litis .Metal
HII.VHMTON, Colo, May 10
Prediction Is made that Colorado
may rltul the 'black sand belt'' of
the Pacific const In pioduitlin o'
platinum, folowing the dlsioverv for
tluj first time of the existence of tins
vahinblo -.nclal In gold oro mined
from woi kings near hete.
Analysis of n 61 -ounce gold retort
taken front this inltix disclosed la
per cent platinum content aci ordlng
to a report from Denver iiFstye.s
It Is the first platinum ever ilote. t 1
ed tn golil or silver ore in Colnr ido I
I t Mr A It
. 'tv mtsr toner.
p..t Is th it h.i
I,-wls fftrite health
nnd Is litscil on re
n tieei. setit In to the
lie health boird
Ilie "! ter Ioger-, Pnyno, Tllma.n
ami M. Ciirtam
leaisc of the recent rapid In-
i cre ise In tho nnaiber of roses. Com
Poitnwatomle, tol'sloner t.ewls Is Instnutinc all
nnd Pontotoc j roiinly health officers to rigidly en-
comprise the greatest single area Vtcolnato persons that havo been ex
I that Is affected Scattering counties 1 posed
soe.ctor H. H, Konti.
ho a holiday at the city hall, so sltlon, whlln mining In ground that
yesterday wns the last day of tho ,11ns been carefully tested Is mnro
I building month. auro than a Dakota wheat crop.
lloctlttido of YotinR Men Depends
on IVmalo Influenoo.
COU'Jini'S, Ohio, May 30. Do
you know what tho qualifications of
the Ideal young woman should be?
Well, here they nre, from the view,
point of a clorygyman:
Hcv. P. K. White, pastor of the
Oakwood Methodist Kplscopal
church here, says tho Ideal young
woman "thould be natural and not
artificial, Jolly, yet not boisterous,
ropular but not conspicuous; never
rude to her mother, and not bo on
the marriage market."
In his opinion, a young woman's
education should Include a prepara
tion for homo. making, professional
life and citizenship.
"A young woman's lnfluenco Is
largely responsible for the attitude
of a young man toward morals," he
We have art overstock of Guaranteed Storage Batteries and will Sell
Today and Monday Only
At Greatly Reduced Prices for Cash
Note the Following Prices of Batteries for
Buich, Appcrson, Chevrolet, Co
lumbia, Dort, Elgin, Empire, Ford,
Hupmobile, Lexington, Liberty,
Mitchell, Oakland, Oldsmobile and
Allen, American, Brisco, Case,
Cole, Daniels, Flayncs, JJudson,
Jordan, King, New Maxwell, Moon,
Nash, Iico, Studcbakcr, Vclie.
i Dodge, Maxwell, Franklin
We have batteries to fit almost any car at the same reduced prices.
These batteries are guaranteed to give 20 months' service by the man
ufacturers. Stueve Storage Battery Co.
724 S. MAIN AND 3 W. EIGHTH
PHONE OSAGE 383
-The HaH Store-
Mt COKKUTORCSS, FOR WOMEN
Eleven Days of Special Selling
Beginning Tuesday, June 1st Ending Saturday, June 12th
Joining the nationwide movement "To reduce the high cost of living." we will offer for U days mir entire stock of Suits.
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is an exceptional opportunity to supply your summer garment wantB at a great saving. All aro brand new and prices
Prices Reduced 20
on nti cut Ciiii Tnnp unrf Trleolette: on all Wool
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Your Choice Half Price
We offer a special lot of Wool Stilts, 20 Wool Coats and 1 f.omo
beautiful mouses. In this offering you will find some vry
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for going away and summer wear.
Remember, wash dresses, wash skirts and wash waists not
on special sale.
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Keep your hnnd.t looking
o nice when you do your
"It's vnsy, 1 use n vacuum
Washing machine that I
bought with my other
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We Arc Offering High-Class,
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.ma Mi this rori'nv on r.M.ii
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I nm interested.
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