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title: 'The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, June 08, 1920, FINAL EDITION, Page 5, Image 5',
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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1020.
CURSE OF NATION
SAPULPA, Jtin- T. TIM annual
bMfbali K.im- blWtn thr Sip i
I HOMry ami Kin: riuhit was In -
'I it ihn Buohaa nlaston aroundi
Extravagance Should Give '?;,"; " i' ' ,'",K Fi f:
,,, m. m , . . ctaoa which will hf raallSM (ram a
Way to Production nominal admission chare will
VIMtilM C... lprtv-onn-,1 o 'h. Young Women's
Kiwanian oays. Chrlitlai Li men
'WORK, WORK, WORK"
Fort Worth Psychologist
Local Luncheon Of ion
curat if thin n:i
tn ;i mx of thl.-. ' rui ml" rnhli
"Mlrn! iff the
ration the prayrr of every one
h''iM le the befd't proyrr nn1
thi- prayor of work. work, work."
rtejareii V M Martin. Kurt Worth
Klwanlan, who aedrtaood 'he lo.ai
KlWanll rluh at Its weekly lunohtOB
a' lloiel Tulsa pMMrdSy noon.
Mr Martin in a payctlOlOgM of
I n RIMD ability, He eilrl vacation
art unAOOasaary that they are a
i me "The Lord rlliln't take any
it itlORl; St Paul didn't take any
. itionm Milton didn't take any
ii rimix until he wan Imprisoned
oald name hlMdroda of others
who Tieer took a rtcattnn and yo:
whu were learttrn and t.iillderx.
Ton many of'iiM don't know how
to r'lax. We don't nerd a vacation.
Al! we need in relaxation Here
h yO'tnf man pointlnB to N. .
lUn'hoine, president nf the rltih "
WhOM hatr If fas: lurnlnK nr.iy, he
dotsn'l know how to relax."
Mr Martin declared that too
many of na huirtitii a Mi of
at inatoad Instaad of a hfe or
work and producuvuy Me nid
when he attended school he waff
madl tn lipllrr he VU ballta; edU"
. itad BO he would not have to work
That's a foolish fallac y." he raid
What Bchooli are realty for i to
teach uff how to work, no when wa
: ichOOl we can takH up life and
Jlue It a it should to lived."
Una of ail rummer ihon!
win ba tuiii this momtni
I -I-lllll 11111 SIMIHII T'1l I'll.
;at If niioik The Ktadr pichool tu
ileiim who fallen to par in rot
at '"on- tl...n three uhji-rt will !.
I uf farad the opportunity to niaka up
I. ill work prior to the opening "f
the next Mhool year.
The Sapulpa Kiwanln elab IH
I banana! lha loonl Rotary club to
It.lirht at the St Jam! Hotel The
I Km. in.- el till WOra dele.ited tn a
Contest lit which It and
cluli participated fa
A ninrrlHue lleense wan taatiad
here today to Walter ,1 lluehan, 31.
and Mane Hunt. II, hot't of 'I ulna
Sunday licenses were t.-ffued tn W
II rtultf, IS, to Vivian Krlntof, 30 .
both of Tu'sa, nnd Tliolna .1 M.iik-
t;. ti Stella I'lllcff, 2. taith of I
Herman Turner was arrenti d .it
Wichita, Kan. today in poaaaaalon
no atltomoblta stolen from CohlejK
Rank! of thla e,ty June 1. accord"
Ina to word rceeived by Co Inly At
tnrney Kied A Speikmau A daputy
sheriff from thin 1 Ity leavi s lonlcht
to tiring the man to Sapuipa.
j men of the h'trni I'reshyterlan chureh
yesterday New men niemhrrs added
, to the congregation during the pas'
mint h wart introduce d.
JUDOS OSOROti M CLARK of
the dlatrlOl eourt of Oklahoma conn
ly Is in Tulsa holding a sh.ot session
01 the Tulsi county illslrnt rutin
HR AMINO ON tiik lamp irarj In-
Junction granted Roj W, Mi'ler
against tiora 1 M.i'thev.-. in super
raf eourt last l-"ridii la set for .tune
I Miller, uw-ner nf a stock of drugs
in Sand Springs, elalms Mrs Mat
thevvs. nwner of the httildlng 000U
pted by the itora, has threatened to
throw the petitioner out of the store,
in violation nf a fle-year lease emi
tract whleh Miller elalms wtis signed
in Marah at uiv
MAMRIAOH UtOSNUM were b
sued tn the fell. .wing Sund.n and
Monday by the elei k of county eourt:
Bdward O'Connor, it, Mirsvoger.
an.i Roaaann Hale is, Tvlaa; W, 11
Ruaaall, .14. Tulaa. and Mabal a
Ralay, "... Jopllni Walter Davis. 11
and Ora pa via . , EUabyj .lay Korn.
fall, it, and Lillian Oraanbara, i.
Tulsa. Fin rest (diver. II, and Natalia
Ollmora, i, Tulaa; 1 I Ooapplncar,
II. and Helen Smedley, lx. Tulsa.
Laroy Oardnar, j, Tulsa, and Mary
Crabtraa, i. .lenks. William k. Ker
ns. 11. ami Uuth Rothhammer, s,
Tulsa. It H VHtichn, x and Mary
O'Connall, tl, land springs. J, t
Mitchell, ll.aind Bertha Wilson. tK,
Tulaa; H A Kan her. II, Ashton.
Ala. and Slevie MoMllna, 19 Mf
Klnnay, Texas; Klsie H Smith. lx.
and Jamie Slssnn. lv Sklatonk.
GORE FLAYS OPPONENT
Nrfimor ixMmwfv i urgt pwii nt
Mminn in i.ik 1tf.11
TVfnr nn (Uid'rni f of 3 rtftfi pr pti
pT'ilhniTfl In thr COtirttlOUM Rqlintr
hf rr tonidh 8t-n III n T V ClotC
, i"hfti th- r9cor4 f Cotuff Hwm n
Srotl I i 1 1, IiIm oitnnrnl for t h
t -I.-., ratii ht-mitortai nomiiiaUlon,
vviihu vitriolic lorrvnl of condvnitti
ttm and -I n-rt him ! nit t htm Up
.'.1 th pUtfOI in in joint if h.itf a'
in ItRH r tn n plarf
Srii itOl dt'ii' lori tnrotnh hi"
H h "ii hiah Rl tinifj nn1 iMVtf
-! tht Rtanj quvMIlU hni if l
I him Wllhoul ht'Nlt.itton Thf
Itlblfd ' ti.ft. i ppn ri-nt l v hontll hi
Ifim inin('i la 1 h bliM dk(o?
h h t'iiORUfil Iht in Rfld t lilt ctOHi
rniMi irauiyl iht vtttnd Mah4
. to ii iki him t'y iho hand w h it t
I flr( .1 1 1 ii .11 1 10 tif 11 Qoro 1 101
torn vol out t tM .1 rtrrli rout
i-.ni, in thi daj Hon At 01 Hon ipoltt
1 ' lorft nrowdi in Brottoo An on
1111 h tnlt
New Traffic Rule to
Immediately all vs.
9 tor lata tight have
John A. tjustafson
Id las' nigjit. "Thl
To take effe, t
hiflen to the n
the rinht of way
chief of pole a s.
1 the svntem used In all of the .
laiger cities, he said." nnd It ellm
lt lies confusion. The man drlnfr
.1 , .11 has onlv to Watch his tight and
therefore can give more attention;
larger eitles," he said, and It ellm-,
mites a large number of aerldents" !
the ehlef sal, and that Is what la
seeded in Tulsa
Mil ANDMR8 JEAN CLIFFORD
si.M Muss. nt-A West Latimer
street, announee the lurth of a 10-
pound son, Clifford Jaon Blmmona,
aaliy Monday morning.
pctitions tor divorce
1 were filed tn district enttrt esterday
j by the following plaintiffs Charlotte
uiaaaon against Ifarrlll Olaaapni
Rabaeoa fox against J, r. Cox: Lil
lian Noonoaater against n. c. Noon-
easier; Martha Artu tt against K T.
rKllSKVHKASfK and a sultabla
1 approach ara the factors whieh count
in personal work with men, t II.
l-'enmermai her stated In the eourse
I of a talk on "Contact With Men" at
the monthly lunohaon of the minute
Now Latt Longer
Keeps You Looking Young
A vftnurung riram and prtwder com
lurvrd. Tukn o0 the "nine" -- um
nprdrfM "dalibiaf o( V': De
lightfully perfumed white and pink,
it and 60c (trial fize aent foi 10c).
Beit results ohtained when
imd with Mm. Mc
When you want to STORK your
home s furnishings- or any part
nf them remember that we
A Clean Storage Building
Our storage isn't any old pl.iee.
hut it In a plaoa where YOC can
store ynur artlclafl without mta
givlngH. Tulsa Storage and
.(r-sa m s hi i f
3 Cormkk't Btaala J-MfM iMmim. Paoarhanalna and
i 1 ' 7 7 1
' tiif RFHirtn co "C'yA '' ' ' i"i
. ..Wiet.. when "delicious and rc
f ' l -yj- freshing" mean the most. I
The Coca-Coi.a Company I
i ATLANTA, ua. I
If you want to
get solid with
best of corn flakes
PYANSHINE It in tron
o;ny preparation Lfs than
n BMinri worth ol PVAN
SltlNK will naipltwly
wovtr any k.ddira' ihoca
Immediately covering all
r.rr.itihes anil ( tills, and pre
r.erving thf leather at well
a the Rhine, DYANSM INK
erves is a wonder economy
wotker on the cMMftfl'l
Rhorx PrtqUtDt applications
of DYANSHINK will not
C.ive Weir its usual chance
to grind and tear icullej
leather into klireds.
Tgaitr Maik HefUttrtd
DYES AS IT SHINES
50 SHINES - 50 CENTS
Imltltinna of thit nt IfflMl wrontftr
lf rp.if ailon have pr'ivrrl tlimclvct
iniui i am to ItfAihfr I V A N
MilNK i. IHHltm. Anil actually la
a pieset vative Avoid imitatinfi.
Black, Coirlnvan Brown, Nut
Hrown ani Light Tan. at he bti
lr ilnrtt 1 1 tfrvfa equally well
wtlh pumpa anil nttn a f.hoaa, btlia
and other tcathct ttlcM
Barton Manufacturing Co.
nlriinUnt liranekn: Cincinnati, Atlanta.
KEEPING FIT FOR
Of First Importance Clothing It'a Care
Assuredly thr weight and mode of summer
clothing has much to do with one's comfort
during the hot summer months but of mord
than generally recognized importance is the
care of the clothing to keep physically fit.
Hot weather is the perfect breeding season for
all manner of germs and insects injurious to
health as well as clothing. The usual excessive
heat, sapping at man's vitalitv, renders him
more susceptible to those germs which prey
upon the humand body.
Soiled clothing, hot and sticky with perspira
tion easily forms accumulations of these g'Tins
and nourish them on to greater quantities.
Continual wear of these garments retain the
germs in close conact with the body so their at
tack may be more vulnerable.
Only proper care of the clothing during t h if
season will protect your health from their
ravages. And in this service we arc better
than ever prepared to protect the health of
Our method of clothes service is more than
cleaning it means absolute renovation of the
clothing and extermination of every germ.
Then, too, you will find in their refreshed ap
pearance a goodly amount of comfort.
Start now to protect your health by using this
health protection service and continue through
out the danger period.
Panama and Straw Hats
Will need an occasional renovating too, to keep
them sanitary and beautiful in appearance
through the hot months. In this work we use
the famous South American method whieh thor
ougly cleanses, without the use of acid or any
thing that will injure finest fibres.
Our hattery is the largest in the southwest and
contains every equipment to properly care lor
your requirements, Our corps of hatters is oi
the highest trained experts obtainable.
C "Y. ' '
Let us protect your furs and
winter clothing this summer in
our moth and germ proof stor
age aults. The rot is very
trivial and the saving in cloth
ing Very great.
"Six Fat Autoa Cover the Entire City"
"NOT HOW CHEAP, BUT HOW GOOD"
Parcels Post Shipments Receive Prompt Attention
and Hat Works
Main Office, 314 South Cincinnati Avenue
Phone Osage 1210, Connecting AH Departments
Very Favorably Priced
Broadcloth, Crepe de Chine
and La Jerze Silk Shirting.
Comprehensive line of .stripes
in every conceivable, eolor
beautiful grade f all pure silk
Crepe de Chine Silk Shirting
of most excellent grade in all
kinds of stripes and colors-
regularly $ 1. 15- special, yard,
Tho following lines of
silks are offered to and
will he highly appreciated
by tiie discriminating buy
er, first because they are
good silks and good Btylef
and second because the
opportunity tn Mcura
them at tomorrow's price
Tub Silk Shirt
ing. Excellent line
of colors in every
variety of stripe.
All silk - regular
lv $2.75 special,
Wash Satins in white, flesh
and pink. Good grade suitable
for undergarments special,
Plain and Fancy Tricolette,
all colors and white and black
also fancy printed designs
special, yard, $4.95. (
Mallinson's Pussy Willow Taf
feta, all colors and combina
tions. Coniplete line offered
at special, yard, $5.45.
At Very Interesting Prices
Kimosa Boxed Nainsook, fine
grade, highly mercerized 88
inches wide regularly 50c
special, bolt, (10 yards') $.'1.59.
Fine White Nainsook, excep
tionally fine ami sheer reg
ularly 50c yard special, yard,
10-yard Bolt Nainsook, med
ium weight, wide quality 86
inches wide regularly 50c
yard 10-yard bolt for $8.19.
Fancy Flaxons and Voiles
30 and 40 inches wide - twenty-five
pieces to choose from,
all exceptional values -extra
special, yard 19c.
Plain White Organdies and
Batistes fine, sheer, even
quality--40 inches wide - reg
ularly 76c yard -special, yard,
Plain White Organdie sheer
and of beautiful grade 40
inches wide regularly $1.00
special; yard, 69c.
36-inch White Poplin choice
grade, Just the proper weight
for summer skirts regularly
$1.00 special, yard, 69c.
White Pique good firm
weave and quality 36 inches
wide regularly $1.00 spe
cial, yard, 09c.
Bath Towels large size
made of good grade white and
heavy terry regularly 65c
special, each 49c.
Bed Spreads white with blue
border- scalloped cut corners,
and plain hemmed--size 80x
90 inches regularly $8.50
special, each, $5.95.
Pillow Cases size 45x36
inches torn and hemmed,
good heavy muslin regularly
Hoc special, each, b9c.
White Qootfj StltlOB MuJn I-'liHir
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