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FALL IN, YANKS,
FOR KHAKI ISSUE
Buglers Are BuiV Tuning
Up "Uevcillf" and
"Soupy" ( nils.
"WHEN I WAS IN"
Lewis Seeks Vice Presidency
TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1920
CLINTON RITES TODAY church wakes large gain'
Ki'ifman mi t II n mI the MlUrft
ipf H.tiwti-s for th" inln
"Buddies Tell of Dayi
Artronno and Paris to He
light of Rookies.
'With Ihl nata 'i. iiior.ni guard
Viiorv neaiini nmplellon bi Math
and nnaii, mar i, in, I i.ark. an
. ii campaign 1 recruit the Tulaa
units t.i r 1 1 1 (.iri'iiRili lin been un
dertaken, audirglng lo Major Jam!
it , ,,f TV'-.i. c,'nni'.n Una, the
firm battalion of Ihe Third irBi",'i,
Oh lahoni.i Nfltloii'l natd. The
armory will lie rruly for oocupaaey
almut July lh. It la eapentetl,
T.ie new arnxiry win ba completi
In vrty netill uinl win . n.tni.i I"
iilviiiuni looker gun racka. miii).i
i.K., ninl sheerer hatha The nu n
may tii" loflhari la atom I hall
lnlfin n ilurtriK time "If duly, nml
If at.'ia "I ' lua ii clones Willie nn
tikes, nr at drill. The ehmrer balhl
III In. i wi l. .ime addition. rn''
dally after ahort hikes, nr an eve
"We nnxlniia lo recruit the
Tulna. iiiiIim I" full strength before
leavlua fur th eumnier em. imp
mini, whlrth prolmlily will lie held
hi Kurt Hill, I" un. nlng Am-', .i r, and
continuing until August Lti" Major
i . M aald :asl nhdit.
' Thi loUoaAtpR.atll vll le a eplen
did outing- tar the young men of
Tulaa.. eperlnlly "fflre wnrtcra of
whnm we have, many In tho local
unite lietldei regular ach.il Work,
which, huwovir, will lie ahort. hut
Will Include aludy of battle lacllra,
learned during the recent world war,
there will be range practice, cloae
i rder drill, extended ordr drill,
falrmlshee, trench practice and
"It will lie three woeka of whole
ennie outdoor exerilae and aa In
lime pant the mer will return home
guntly benefited, and a healthier,
That the outflte on the ear.tern
aid. ,r the elate are rapidly beiom
lii ir tin' pride nf the national guard
orgsnbtlon--duo priuiape mainly
to the fact t Hut a vnat number of
ft service men ore Joining up waa
illcated by Major Hall.
"It la gratifying to mite the iinm
ber nf M-avrvIrn mi'ii now Joining
local iinlln. he said. "We need
heae trained men to help 'la keep up
efficiency nf the nuaid. It In
nod for them, too, aw II glvia them
In opportunity to Keep up ineir
mining und Hrrpa Ihem ehnul-U'i
to ahouldrr with their enmrudea and
huddle.' of the groat war.
"It la a genuine pleaeure, not only
to the 'old tlmera' themaelvea, but
to the youagatera find men who con
atnVred themeeivea extremely un
fortunate In not 'getting over,' to
bear theae young Vetera tta talk over
Other daya on the Marne, at
Chateau -Thierry, ftt. Mlhlel and the
col'l. rainy daya and night nf hard
ship and glory In the Argonne.
"We arc getting aotne mighty
rood men -dean, upright, aplendld
fellows who aaw aervlee ,n France.
and We would like to have more nf
The fl'nt battalion of the Third
regiment Ir cominaed of four com-
Danlea: A company lit Muakngee, H
Company at Tulaa. C company at
Tlehnmlnuo mid 1 ronipnny al
Wagoner, with Major llell of Tulaa.
Ihi romttund The Tulaa outfit alu
lncludi-a a supply company and
aanltarv detai liment.
A special effort will be made to
Complete tip. personnel ut tile newi
aiithr.vtr.ed machine gu-i company
for Tulaa. which will be In com
mand of fii'ilnln tliiorgn Heed. Ir
Captain Heed aw eel vice aa a n.n-
rhlue mm officer In KYanee. and In
eonaldercd n capabl" anl t fflcleni
officer nf this branch of the nerv
ier He le nlao a member of the Ad
kar Hhrlne patrol--nld to be the
flne-t trained nrk'aulr.ullon In the
world, every move being exccui.il
almplv bv the blowing of a whlatle.
As anon tb the local unite are
1 bvui'jJbI bh Ei&iiSSL
r itrft'au fc ai
arrvWi foi llonrfr Womaa al Praa
byfet i. in haf ill m i
) I'rlia k.
Cum i ll i vb eo for Mra. uOOlae
Clinton mother "f Dr, rrad h CUn
ion i 1 I'll an i Laa llntoj -mJ Mia
I ii Uclilrney, who viae fnuml
. aaia in i" d Monday aftamon at hyr
hi,!,'. Hi flbiith Houaton. win ta
hi id it i I'lmt I'reabyterlan
churrh el t o'clocli ihie aftarooon
wllb NfV C VV. Kerr Offlolafltng,
Mia Clinton had bu n ill lor aofna
iing Rh wag born neai Okmulgee
in i.,; and ep.ni the greater put
of in i :iii in and aroum Tulea .in
le aurrlved by iii" luoiliir, Hobeil
Alklna Who Uvea In Had l''"rk Mm
Clinton made bar homt al Raa I'm k
for ttlmiit .Hi yeire
Hhe wna an ardent chinch m"in
her, frag really Intareatad in Ki n
dill college Intarmenl win be in
i.ikiiiwii ' ametei y.
K,,.k iiciirr Italattona.
WAHH1N0TON, June It, l einnn-,
do laleelaa l abliion. e.-nt la the'
I'nlle.l Sliitea by the new Mexican
government aa men inmmiBiioner
with amhaaaii.torlal rank, declared
today lhal IiIm mlealon wan calculated
lo l.ilnu about belter rel.ittiuiahlp
between ihi two ootintrlae and to re
atore lhal feeling of mutual confi
dence thai for. nerly exlated and
hnn Id i vi '
i w ',NiM'riiuui lirnw na.
WASH I Ml I ' 'N, June 211 - Tbnin-
aa a. i . nun ii. oyoetat of nubiiaa
llona of the ire.ieury depart menla
nvlnaa dlvlaloa, and widely known
California newapapertnani waa
drowned yeaterday bathing in the im
lomac Hi" body recuverad He
one time worked for the Agniolateil
nVenoafai f.a- Tew sierw iBflraaM f
:i7 Par Can) in Meamtarabipi
Mileri.il advancement hag been
ma.b m all in tlvlHea nf Ihe
f .t!..r.,n r h.lrrll rlllllllff III
y. ii. H WM lltOWn laei Sunday morn- l' illure
ina al Hie church aerVlOe during tn Idenlifv
which Hcv. H. K Kaufman gave hla
flret ,onnlvereary eermon, entitled
Keenrda for the peat year nhna a
net Iri.reaae of .17 per cent In church
in. inlierehlii. doulilliiR of anme lie
Dartmen' and i e'lutlicnirig nJnatlci II
other, and nrKurilaallon of a young Newt"i
s MHO i.l V i.n ills l iUbVaVOM.
I nun l iiki no nnnmia i
. H. ataa luirci-l Ultl, llurglarv.
c " -
f pro!., ' HI inK w iinmi"-n
I. urn NeWbury, a negro
charged .with Lurglarninn tne nome
of j. i. Patteraon, mno Undeli
boulevard nn Ihe aftarBOOfl "f June
9, led to the fltoabaree of the prla
nner at the OOflOlUaton Of hla pre
llmlmrv he.irlng yeeierday before
ad i Itted navinir oeen
CUMMINGS LAD BURIED
liny I'rlcnili Serve aa Pallhcnrcra at
Ijirge runcral of Popular
nulh Drowned Sunday.
p. i. pi. aiielaiy now grown to 4U work euitlni: wceoa near me i mi' i
! i A'l mH M r,, , , It, .me lull denied entering Hm
the via. have been nroniptly mel.
with a comfortable balance In 4hc
treaaurv. a redut iion or nenrlv
li I hi u mule in the church In
debtcdniaa, and the mini of ll.OuO
Contributed Inward hinevolrncee.
The p.tMior'H aiilary hae been In
creggad by Ihe amount IIH and ex-
tenaive ohuroh repalra arid itnpiava
yotlOWlag a reeume of th worll
for Ihe pant year, which hae heen one
of the en In the church hlatnry.
'hoiiae nnd alealinn a a lk ahlrt and
a email amount of Jewelry. I lie one
altneea Wh" tw the neurn enter the
bouaa could not Identify Newbury as
thw man an dthe court dlamlaaed
Patented by a IVnnavlvanlan. a
new folttlng treeile for paper hang
era, paltltera and carpenterg can be
converted Into a table, platform or
A large Krtvfrp of frlende paid their
final reapecia to Ward Cumnilngs,
Bon nf Mr and Mra. Fred Cimmtnge,
ut Ihe funeral aervlr.ea held In the
reejdenoa at riaat Hevenlh and Ke-i
noaha at i o'clock ycaterday after-'
tio,.n. Itev. C. W Kerr, paalor of the
l lrat Prnahyterlan church, of which:
young Cumminga waw a member, nf-1
flclaled at the aervlcea W hl' h citn-l
, lii,l..rl ,th n Itenedlcllon ami I" t ' i
by Rev Meade Dutt, paatur of thel
first Chrlatlan ijhurrh, to which;
ITtem berg of the family belong.
Hny friends who acted aa pallbenr
(fa were Philip and William ll"n
drlek, I-amar nnd Harold l'.rown. 1
John Harrison Z It Morgan, It, .be It
Blaketey ami Charlee Hums a bum
cortege formed the proceaalon to j
lloae Hill cemetery.
Cnmmlnca met his death While
swimming In Sand Springe lake Sut,
day morning He waa 1 a yeara of
ape and had lived here elnce early
childhood. He finished the clgh'S
grade at Iangfellow achnol and waa
a student In the Tulsa high school,
lie la aurvlved by his father and
mother, nnd hla alstcr, Mrs. Barbara
Brawner, and If laaaa ftBTah nnd
Mary Cummlngg, and hla nleua,
Ohio .. ). P. Meeta.
COM'MItrS, Ohio, June 19 Oh!
rrpuhlcana met In state convention
here today nnd perfected a temp t,
rary organisation. Tontght'e aeala
was given to Jollification over tho
nomination of Senator Hnrdlmr,
Senator James H Watson nf Indian
delivered the principal addreaa.
Former Henatoi l imes Hanilllon lwls, belter known as .inn Mam. ne m
the pink whiskers. Is al I'rlsco and la an intiv mild, it,, for the vice-
president la I no in ton I Ion
housed In the new armory, It la ex
pected sli ps will he taken lo oiipin-
ie field artillery, heavy artillery
perhaps wiiti caterpillar tractoi
equipment atlgnaj corps and othei
tieid aeivii'e organ taatlona.
"The dale of the annual encamp
ment la not far away," .Valor Ball
aald, "and nun who would anjoy
thla oullng should get In torn h
with ua at once, nt It will bi nei i I
eary Ui report Hie number d oe n
expected to participate to the ad
jutant general In order thai m
rangeanenU can ba made to handle
The recruiting and Information
offices of the iiutlonal guard it
I'lflh and lloslon will I pen eveiy
evening from 7 .30 until pi maps
or III o'clock for the lienclll of men
desiring to lenrn more about the
A numujir of vacancies exist
among the mm oommiaeiuner pel
aonnel. It waa Indleuted last nlnlit.
nnd In Ined men, preferi ably ex-
eervlce men. will be reipilred as nun -
coma In the new machine gun unit
An opportunity nlso will be offered
man lo secure commissions
HIIAN'i 111 Al. June :.--l,al".r dla-
ordara and strikes ure ap reading
wllh Incipient rioting und looting Of
food shops In the Industrial districts.
due III Hie pipe of lice haVtltg
mounted to 1 1 ft for So pecula (a
pei ui appro al mat eg 140 pounda.) it
la eatlmnted Hint there Is only a
four-day aupply of lice available.
Kclloy Military Academy
A small select school with aplen
dld homo life for your boy. One
Instructor fur every ten boys.
Military drill, all athletics; stu
denta prepared for all colleges
Bummei nama bealoa Jaly ! ism.
lloaiing, swimming, golf, horae-
buek riding Tutoring nndai ex
perienced Inatruotora Might waakg
Addraaa, Ool. i lydc it. Ti rry,
Bog IIH. BafUnBtoa, Kansas
Heart nf the
Capital of the
Good Automobilo Roads. Seven Hours' Drive. Make
Your Vacation Dream Come True. No Mosijuitos.
Address Ker.'y. Eureka Sprinfrs Commercial Club.
Think of the best
coffee you have
ever tasted then
Its rich flavor reveals
how little you have
to pay for a pound
of coffee goodness.
It is fresh roasted.
A temptation direct
from the plantation
Your ftrocer sells 1.
Tl. Ini" Stair (.n Oe
wm - - -r ii
After the Show Refresh Youraelf at the
Most Elaborate Soda Parlor in the State
One Door South of Majeatic Theater
The Story of Modern Bread Making Chapter XV.
Curly hair ran ha quickly maJa
straight, toft i.l glowy by tiling
Nelson's Hair Dressing,
Thsra'i noihina to equal Nikon'.
fnt making Mitbbern, curly hair otr
arni aaiy to manage. It cleans the
scalp and strengthen the hair root.,
makes the hair grow. All K'hsJ
drug itoraa tail Nalaun't. Cat a
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KichnKHitl, Ve. J
Series 20 Special-Six
The brake on the SPECIAL-SIX,
while extra powerful, are quiet
acting. They take hold grad
ually but firmly- and, becauae
the brake band maintain their
true arc permanently, they do
not rattle or bind.
f.-a mtthmgm W' ,
.i'..- a esP grant ft f
BOH P. fiUckbllMd lit-
track arfawaal bag . gpaiug taaa airaiMin cutta.
9fX far fi paaeatamgrwra. All Stwdebakwr
i ate eta gHfjU.ppgbgf wilk CdHrd Tug
MW'bt.. SlgtaiwbamkffM' o ei tJn.i
"Thu it a Studebaker Kear"
Welah-McNulty Motor Co.
n ni. I. , at Kcyenlh
I fhune Onage 48IA
Top off Your Lunch
with an icy-cold Lottie of this
invigorating, health-giving es
sence of cereal goodness
With that good
Made by Cook, famous for
70 yean as the maker of
A boMfe n day fcggpgffcg blues away.
HaTf t)iir grocer aeutl
Couk's 1' the ause.
J. A. WALDREP
215 East First, Tulsa, Okla.
Osage 370; Osage 7880
Final Proofing of the Loaves
In the Scientific Bakery
one last step is nec
essary before the
actual baking of
the bread. This is the "final
proofing" of thejoaves.
The dough has already
passed through two fermen
tation periods. The first of
these lasted approximately
five hours, the second about
ten minutes. "Final proof
ing" allows for the comple
tion of the fermentation
process. This last period
varies from 40 minutes to
one hour, the proper time
being determined by various
factors. If the loaves are
not proofed high enough
they will come from the
oven heavy and insuffi
ciently baked. If proofed
too high they will drop, in
the oven, and be soggy.
The shop superintendent
determines from his notes
and observations on each
dough, the time to allow
for final proofing. And the
actual behavior of the
dough in the proofing cabi
net helps him check up on
The cabinets in which'
HQLSUM. Bread receives
final proofing are scientifi
cally constructed, and are
supplied with pure washed
air from our humidifying
machine at an automatic
ally regulated temperature
The moist air prevents,
premature hardening of the
outer surface of the dough,'
and insures the soft, tender
crust which helps to make
The Perfect Balanced Ration"
Tulsa Bread Co.
Also Makers of Butterkrust
"The Leading 10c Loaf
Visitors Always Welcome
MADE IN LARGE SIZE ONLY