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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 80, 1920
SHRIEKS OF JOY
FOR POOR HORDES
Careworn Faces Wreathed
in Smiles Beneath
WAS A GREAT SUCCESS
Tears Filled Eyes of Kind-!
Touched by Scenes.
at Treasury Pout,
Plfferenf from nny other jrnlhT
n Mt Smrl Spring pnrk during the
yiir WW UH nntiu.il Salvation
Army I'tiUrtR whl h hrnupht penulm
)ny to hundred of poor mother
nd children ptetorday.
1'i'i li.ipn no one i vi r derived quite
no much Joy from a picnic at the
park. Aged Sh I v n 1 1 rt Army men
and women Mood by with team In
their eye 'hey heard the i.hrlks
of asttOBIOnt nnd toy omitted bj
noTcd, etleky. happy little ludn and
laitsles who were having OSttdfOn'S,
pltHttrtl for one of the few times
In their live.
tir.mdmothern were there, too.
ami though many face beneath
miff while bonnet or littered Btraw
hat were wrinkled and drawn by 1
e.i ' J- 01 car', uieie w're niiiuen;
a-plenty and old heart grown '
Alde from the material pausing !
pa.i.ure of tile dny there flowod
fieneaih a deep current of true I
OOd-fOltOWalllp, Another notlce
iihle rharacterletle of the picnicker;
Wii 'tie agreeable lack of paint unit
Ir'our crowded earn took the guet !
to the park at 9 o'clock yesterday ,
morning and brought them hack at
t o clock yrtenlay afternoon. There
were 30 Salvationists to entettaln
ami w.iteh over the children who
were divided Into four croups, earhj
group designated by badges of .lif
erent color. The picnickers wtere'
Bom Tulsa, nnd outlying dlstrlitst
whlln the home nddregses of the
Bj unionists Included this city,
elation between Xulsa and Sansl i
iprlncs fiknmlgcc, Oklahoma City. I
A luncheon and a bottle of soda
po; were given each child nnd WO
mn at noon ond ice cream cones ,
dispensed to everybody in the fore
noon nnd afternoon. Lemonade was
Obiatnahle all dny from a barrel.
Tree rldea on the merry-go-round,
carousal, and in the "Joy house and
"house of fun" helped to fill the
day. No children were allowed to
go near the lake but nil other parts
of the park were invaded by the
happy, dust-covered throng.
The annual outing Is financed hy
the local citadel, no drives or dona
tions being solicited to support It.
athouph most of tho food is given
by different wholesale and retail
concerns and the Sand Springs park
furnishes free amusements for the
children, the war tax being paid by'
the Army. This year an unusually
large number of children and moth
ers were cared for and the outing
was one of the greatest successes
of tho organization.
Hold Fan em Today,
OKI.AHi'MA CITY, June 2!). The
body of W. C. Canterbury, late loo
retary of the Oklahoma Education
association, who died In a hospital
here lute Monday of peritonitis, was'
hi or tasen to i net oi in lenigni iui
Jiiuriai Wednesday. Mr. Canterbury
lived at Chceotah before moving to
Oklahoma City. The funeral will he
held Wednesday afternoon at the
First Christian church at Chceotah.
well known young newsjiiper
woman, who hftii been engaged In
work In this city for the past several
onm. will leave within a few days
for a Jritiit In Kansas City nnd St
t.'iula, af er which she will go to
TaOOma. Washington. Miss Kvans
will be Joined ;hele by her mother.
Mrs (iroiga M"tiroe Kvans.
MAtlRIAOK MCKNBR1 iMued
yestetday. Wnln'r B Kenne.iy. II,
Cameron, Mo. and Inula K Itodae.
Tutsi .lost oh r MVl.mldt. -'.'
ITitlen inn Mabel Turner, ., Pme;
i '"Win (I .M.ignusnn. 2b and Fran
eis tlershheigci. :l. Tul-a. Hudolpb
' Mitt. Tulsa nnd Mae I,, ltyiin,
:'4. Winker. M, V.
SUIT To RBOOVBR .V!4l was
fed in superior tumrt yesterday b)
the Sand Hprlims Hi ate bank ac.ilr-i
the city of Band Springs the pad
Ho'ier claiming the amount to lie
due for nanny advanced the rit
for the purpose of paying salaries
Of cltv officials and for mippllcs
PMd h the munleipalllv
JUIHIM P5NT IX ill 2.3fl was
nski d In a suit filed 'n superior rourt
by It (i. limns. .n yesterday against
the eley of Tulsa. Htunon claims
that under rntitract of February I,
il&.'n, he agri ed to tnitke Improve
ments on the "entral fire station In
thl cltv. at an agieed price of cost
of material an I labor plus 10 per
'tit us commission He says the Bit)
has failed to pav the amount due.
- I -
PAMAOKS OF tOr) were asked
In a suit file,! In supeilor court ye,
t' 'day by A T. Twist for the wi, ek
ing of his automobile Apt II n;, mill,
by a street ear of the Tulrut Blroal
llallWn) cilapanv at Second strict
and Fdwood avenue.
I'ny .l'i mi Ttitcn.
OKLAHOMA CITV. June .
I'omestlc corporations nre taking no
i nances on having their licenses run
(idled hy the corporation eo. omis
sion. In aecor. lance with a recent
warning, because of delinutlency In
paying state license tax. according
t.i l H. Nolan, corporation record
clerk of the commission. He said
today the warning had resulted In
many letters and personal visits, pay
ing or preparing to pay, the lax.
l.lits of delinquent corporations, ac
cregatlng about fi.OOO. were pub
lished recently In newspapers In
every county In the state. If pay
ment Is not made within six months
nfter delinquency Is advertised tbe
charter will be declared forfeited, the
Funeral services for Francis J.
ford, ii munttcold son r Mr, ami
Mis r II l id of ParkVHtW station
on the Sand Springs lotcruchan line.
Who died at the home Monday nlt.'ht,
wen heiii from the root don to at 5
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Inter
ment was In iiaklawn cemelery.
Hugh Johnson, I year obi son of
Mr ai d Mrs it it Johnson, died
yesterday ftOTnOOn at the family
home. IS:' Kast F'lftlt, after a short
llfaOW, The remains will be shipped
to Clarkartllo, Ari lodoy wnon
final set vie s w ill be hi hi.
Mrs. t, I, Sinclair, HO years rid
wife of A. F. Sinclair, died at the
homOi M; South Pet la, last night
Itestdes hof husband she s survived
by IWO sons FMincral arAingeiucnts
have lint bi-en made.
VISIT BY DEAN OF POLICE
' Whin Omni i'nn't llHiullr 'Itn, f
Will," Wax UK Mono.
N Hu-phiwn, pTOtobl) Ihr mi
f OklAhOflM p'ri ifftriH, mi-t
jit prrm-ni th rhh-f ot poltoi of
' S lira, u it in Tut i yoNtrtilny H
In n fliVtld of John A w-.i ,.
ri't f f poltrr of Tnlmi. nml Chtff
OlMtaffon .1t i ml thl t h only
ttiinpT hr w nrntd of Rbowl H?r
i mm n inn cin. llnfr nMltt
h''lhHN mtn nnr of th' flff. pAC
nttictn it top im i ihIi. in territorial
da y He i nrrolltsMI wiih iUtNMtfni
ol moro cHmioala thn nny offtrrr
n tho Bt?i!. "Whtfl thn nun tf
miI.jii t njiiHll Ihftn ! will ' wnt i
'M.i m tttit. Jn tho 1iih of wild mi l
I nn snittli I- $a000
OHT iMfTH Ark., J una 2'
I Kir of un4trminod origin whtoh
' thirntonoil fho lniMtnr-4fi rUtJtrM llOfV
' Into lontytlil w t I'onftniMl to Oh
IoiIIiIIdk OTCUpInd by tin ArkfinftnM
(i Txnw ('iiftkot rmnpnny of l'ort
Hnilth and 1. i i City. Tho Intm n
at! mated t ill.ttf,
Hniirn NrtlTMl rinmlirn.
MIDXtCQ CITT, .into an Vm
vinit.tmi P nan. d ant do iu ttnarta. hM
doiidrd itmi ordtTM Hhfti im laauad
by Iho n'wrnom of fodornl atatoa
unrl lorrltot lo providing that all
i h nn M a h nd Ihfir unncxrii ha r
turiifd in thfl fatptdtlva oniTOpTa-rion-
Thi BTflfl will not apply to
IhOM itrlna: nHod hy tho fadoral
Mining Mnn hrwl.
8AI.T LA KB CITY, ITUh. .luna 29.
( i Bnoi Will, wtdoly known
mining nan. dlad a' hi homo hora
tonight Ht wa aald to hnva haen
the dlarovarar "T coppaf doponitn nt
Bingham, Utah, whlrh now ir ono
of tha nountry'a turn nt worktnijcw.
flornmny opnrtod hut S ftOft onn
mot ric hundradwatght of pntaati
Utt yiMir hm oamparad with nn an
mini pio wr asportation of from
I2.rioo.ono to l 00,000.
Nhhnla KIU-y (oirroodH Nnrmnn
H. I"nvln an nxMM;int wi-rftMry of
tho traaaunr. I-avl.-i Burroodod Krunk
I'nlk rocontly aSHiMtant necrotary
HAM II BM1TH returned yester
day Irom a business trip to lleggs.
A. .1. READ of the Campbell Bak
ing1 company of Kansaa City, was
In Tulsa yesierdav on husineaa.
K. II, ItOlVK of the Arkansas
Valley Slate hank at BroVen Arrow,
was In Tulsa yesterday.
EDWARD ClOCKRL of rh IJher
I National bank, will leave Friday
for Cape (lirardcau, Mo., to visit
PHTITION POR VfiT.t-NTAPY
dissolution of the Oklahoma Ol syn
dicate was tiled in superior court
MRS. PSTI AD3IT of Mineral
Wells Texas has arrived for a visit
In the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Alexander.
LtTXJO DHVINE returned last
night from Kansas City, where he
WOJ confined In 8t. Marys hospital
for several weeks and with NJs.
Devlne la at the home of his Bister,
Miss Ellen Devlne.
PETITIONS FUR DIVORCE were
filed In dlllrlol court vesterday by
E. C. Hell against Ethel F. Bell,
loseph I.. DlirblP Hgalnst Mary E.
Durbln; Marlon V. AVllson ng.ilt st
K. .1 Wilson; Max llanne Hgalnst
I, aura Hat'.o
JOirv cmnAN has completed his
second year In law and has returned
from college to remain during the
summer. He Is In the employ of a
local oil company. The young man
spent his first year In Missouri unl-
MISS ANN SHANNON EVANS, n
ANNOI Nt T.MKNT
Mrs. Whitney, ModUle
Formerly of Kmiui.s City
Now nprn for tailOOIIHQlS I" TiltSS
fr the nisklns al sfti-rnoen sn.l
pwr'v ,lrcsrs. evlilns in.nl snrt
eMrnt skirls. Reaidnc Phone
6 West I (nnl
Just Around the Corner
Cooked and Served FnA.-r
Strictly Sanitary Conditions
U. S. GOVERNMENT
Blankets and Other Army Goods
DO not confuK tho iirtlcloa nfferod hero with 'Salvaffo" or "otI
condomnoa ah unlit for rvloo!" Kvcry Itom offororf 1h In thorouchly
ervice.itlo oondlUon IOIM arti. l.-s an- MOW It 1h only becauBo of Iht
udden entlinu of tho wur that such prlcoa are possible.
Ann Tup ivnu
Hhltr TVnt Ik 6 ft cnniprliilnf wn
mi..tii.r. hltr halv:, nil rurnlM i
fft frnm ho!- Fin- for Boy Sr.. it
Dr pUy frnta. 3 .76 Mfib delivered by
Army Offlceri' Tent 9 ft. MC
I ft. InchM lm. I ft Inches hlrih.
with wall X ft. lPfhe. of heavy
13 ". diH'k, romplete wlh rt-lt
polo anil Ji upTla-nt polM Kvery tent
ruarrtntted free fr.uu l..lr or twrf
at bO each. Iretglit paid W u'
t fl. C W 1. niiinke-l Nt. .V-!plen-4M
nW Wool IllankeU avrraflinif
Inrhea. all new. nr"r iib."!
purrhaaed undfi Km-rgenty At t 11.
KhM M Olive lnh Aruiy llliuiketa
veryone knwa what, they re, rill VOOIJ
U new. $7 16 aach, P l paid.
New Wiifiori Shoot
Army AVHiron (.'overa 11 ft. tnehea hr
fl. Inrlitta of heavy niivernment 10- i
MR0I (dive drat duck as h-avy aa l2-t. '
commercial white duck. Complate with
ropaaj on anda and aldea. Uaa tham for ;
WatfOH Slue' a. nat thetn to pntct hay.
grain anrl machinery from rain. tak ona
on your trip, fasten It It tha aid of your
IU un1 )oi have an auto tant (.'oat tut- 1
AovtrnntMl loo isrh. our prlta U.it
dellvrivd to your stutlon.
A llml'rd QMattty f V Oovi-mmant
Wheal H.f-neas. fCwuU nd Haines type),
the heavi.-st use.l .y the Army. Tha taw
leather cost 'he Government fbx u set
without trimming or labor. Kt for 2
horaea - bridles. Kins, mllars. breeching
atr. (warramed romplete and In service 1
able condition) I ' Frtighl paid Ml
ymr Railroad station.
KhlfJd Ilrfwliea The genuine Army
h hakl Itrceches . a limited quantity at ,
H it pair, postpaid
Mnmethlng every BM Hcout andVamper
should have I. f. Army watartht
Canieens. J&c earh. postpaid-
New Mesa Kits.
Frying Tan and PUtf of aluminum;
M-al Tor rampe.a ..ml BO) lOOUtt U
r. J.K oetnplajta, poalpald
HUM Army Trills UtoN Kn luht Tab.
nia- i.m. T.oti. it feet widr 11 feet lonK. U feet high, with 1 faet wall
LJnuZX no kthe best the f S i.overnmen. . ,uld proeur.
toi complete wl.h I I. hood, Hm-s etc . H-e from liul
Trelght paid to your Rat T94 Hta mn ....
fx.ve. but used leaa; all in MCilltBt condition. IU.M
tin ent -mid pronure. Kvei v
and teats, rlass XX Tents
. t'lass A A Tent a aatne aa
Kr eight paid to your Hall-
.... i mi IV OKIIKK. t'.X PRKHH
MONKV Olllll-.lt, I1ANK lAillAXd; OB ( AMI 1KB H BUOI
Ton run no rlak everything gunranteed esaetly aa repaented. SalUfacUon or
rou? n "nay back, t.i -I e, tuda j - the aupply won t last lung.
Federal Distributing Co.
&0.36I K. C.'iiini""' st. san WW"i " ' "
i. . .i ... i tiat li un , 1 1 i i . IIK.sr.HS. Hll-
niHTKini To"..".'' ";.' .v.. :......-.. . .,,.! muu t t
fSB laES. WSITS IS Kill VWTNIM. . Mil KHNMKNT OlIOUS.
This Slnre will he
cloned next Mon
day, July Hth, in
obfieriwncr of In
dependence I) a y.
wants and buy
Palm Beaches, Mohairs, Gabardines, Tropical Worsteds, Linens,
Crashes and Silks they're all here, men whichever you prefer every
one cool and comfortable every one perfect fitting and shape re
taining every one a correct style every one an extra value. Attrac
tive models for men and young men.
Extra Value Summer Suits at
$20, $22.50, $25, $27.50 to $57.50
On Main at Fourth
Where Stein-Bloch and Society Brand Clotten Are SoJd
yjyE have been add
ing to our stock of
builders' hardware until
we now have a complete
line of inside trim. We
can fill your needs,
whatever they may be.
yy'E would be pleased
to have you inspect
our Etock at you earliest
Phone II MadUon
Cedar and Hodge
Thrr- plern living room auMffl, with ropttf pIMnwjf on fiir-h rile-i.
Extra day roll on davonport, loooa hihInk' flllod C?01 PI
cuuhlonii. Choice, blue or mulberry velour DJ 1 ' )
Ilrautlful Qun 'Ann d-Bli?n g-.pUc gi'nulnn Ami rlran walnut
rJlnlnn room nultea. 60 Inota buffet, 0 4 InOB lablp, ebajrfl flJQI K
In Kunulne brown leatlior t tOtt)
Hpilroom lUltag of niporlor manufacture and finUh. larife, 411 Inetl
dn-aner, vanity, ohlfforottO, b"w tool ko4 and CQ7Pv
bench DO i O
Ivory or brown wlrker hreukfaMt room 70
75 pound Kefrigerator, with CPIfl'
water cooler DtJU
This is furniture that you'll be proud to own Furni
ture that is thoroughly constructed, and correctly de
signed. It will be the height of wisdom to anticipate
your furniture needs throughout this sale. These
prices good this week only.
P. H. Bull Furniture Co.
705 South Olympia Osage 1359
in the Store
(Mnmbrm of ihn Optn hlwi AMittlatlon)
The Law of Habit
Habits make or break us.
If they make us it it because we have formed the right kind
If they break us it is because we have formed the wrong kind.
Saving is a habit and a good one. Get the saving habit and
it becomes almost automatic. Get the spending habit and
you lean just as strongly the other way. No man can spend all
he makes and hope to become independent. Saving comes
first. Think it over and decide whether or not YOU have the
right habit. We pay 4 per cent interest on your savings.
FOURTH AND MAIN
"THE CONVENIENT CORNER"