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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 80, 1020
IS A LUCKY MAN
Sttnd Sprinpx Yors
Hfti Spent Many Yean
Tulsa Bank and Is
to Be Rewarded.
I Hil-n snd wife hve re.
rrom ttre weeks trip 10
".v nn.i hrn'fr Minn
V Uf.nl r.... 1 i. - i i.l. .i
Mr H.im. """" "
CLEAN UP COUNTY
IS AIM OF PARTY
Bhare as Well
miSS ?' a? "f T"' fir
nem Hundav .1 ,,.. , ' ....
PR Rl n 1 ,1 1 fhut kMk - it
to jMMkla aheenct (h.i Mr. Battt
a ataeonat in s.in.i Npnnn f-w
KKH? S many rriendt htra
I ,,,;1 frtMi t am thai -ho
?! preparatory to b.cornlni
" nl minister Mr Bata!
mV' i Mar upon itudttt for the
ine nrtt woman in Oklahoma to he.
")m a minister of the gospel.
in'l'v r,'rn'"' "'"1 fimllv are leav
ing Wet Inetdty rr a riming tnP n
white ,ivr.p in Miaaourl Thai
Will he gone for two works
Mass Meeting at
house Tonight to
' C Iran nut the courthouse'
Thai la the slogan of Inral re
publican an Ihl county OlMflOM
draw near. Tonight puity lead-r
hope to launch a complete enmity
ticket in t lie field at a maun meeting
lil at tin- 1 ourfhouaa at m
Bari Prulti hi hec on an east
ern Tip to N'lacar-i fall. ,,,i ..
- m i rnptetad home
Tucker Gilbert l an old-fin-lumed
"befo' do wan'' darkle
And today he la perhaps t he 1
taCklaBt man In Tulsa
Be la getting nlong hi )ri
harry yeara, he rails 'em and hie!
kln-l patient COUhttntnc and cour
teoua manner, have made hint a t
nu'' ir figure I" thousands nf Till-.
Kit faithfulness and devotion In
fluty is to be rewarded tn 11 hand
some way. In fart, some nf hlH su
periors may well hp rnvfnu.
for tomorrow July I --ho will re.
atve a check for upwards of 00,
Thin will be not only a token of es
teem from hi employer, bql will
he given In tho nature of a dlVl lend
nn hla labors.
Ollhert la only an humhle hank
porter. But aa an aVldailOa of thp
axiom: "It paya to itlak," ha will
receive the largest dividend ehaot
of any emploype of the Kxehange
National bnnk. Hp haa hern with
the bank 1" yaftfl nnd five month
practlrally ever alneo the hank
PMdenda to he distributed In Ttll
a July 1 by the Bkohania National
will total more than Jinn.oon. Re
cording to arno'ineempnt vieterday
by "Newt" Oraham, apei lal rapra
h'.itlve. "Not all of thle will go to eloek
holdere." the atatement rp.idB. ' Morn
than 150.000 will be paid a Interasl
on savlnga accounts, nn-1 aa dividends
among the employees.
"More than 2.0ii0 will be paid
on saving accounts In 1K11 the
Exchange dlstrlhtited about $11,000
every six months Interest on saving"
This 'had grown to $18,000 In t'.U-,
while It has now reached a total of
ltd, ''00 semi-annually, or more than
It has been the constant endeavor
of the officers of the Lank to make
employment more attractive, and to 1
encourage efficient workers to con
sider service with the hank 11s a life
occupation, the stntement says.
The bonus plan, amounting to
about 10 per rent of the employee's
salary, haa been discarded In favor
of the progressive dividend plan. The
latter plan Ih considered more fa
vorable to both the bank and em
ployees. It Is based on tho net earn
ings of thp hank, therebv aiakintr It
more profitable for all employees to rrr''ntly of Tnhlequah
help cut down expenses and promote! residing In Hod Fork
efficiency, resulting In increased pro
fit. Employees are rewarded In pro
portion to the length of service with
tn he he
HAITI. PA, June 29 --At the re 1
ulai uceklv luncheon nf the Rotat v
club today the speakers discussed
the education of dof children. Joiy
Court-' Alirn ' deaf boy, Man '
to see ihst 'he boy had lh ilgh'
kind of clucstlon, herause hit Ji-ir
ents were poor and titiablp to edu
oat htm Boh Coffaa mid of hov
his daughtot who is deaf, wss edu
cated tn the Tulsa schools. She was
taught the lip movement and at the
end of this year was able to convers.-
with ii the mamuara of the tamlly
Mr. I'offoe an Id tt, ,' Tulsa w n 1 1 -rirst
city in the inte to est ihilsh a
ohool of at tlculat ion In the fU
Chamber rf Co mm area, will to to
Olive, Ok In . .Inly I. where he will
speak at 1 Fourth of Julv celebis
Y GETS NEW GYM ATHLETE
the nil of Judge r, T
tlBJt for Coiintv Ch itrnuiii
I. l.lngo who Is out of the city,
a, I members nf the coiintv com
mlttae are tn attend A call for the
mamhari of tha wonien's county
I aommltta has been Issued also by
I Mrs c' k. Lahinan, ohalfmui.
1 To date only a limited numher of
. Hr. P. s. Malm and wife lef. Men
aa reran 1 Mended raeatlOn in Hot rrpubtii nns have fil
"Print, Atk. Their sun I'harles la!""" 'ounty offices.
111 wa nome Of hit grandparents. tonight s mening
and Mrs. n Ward Mr. and
' W. Mi Willis,,,. 1 .. , ..
and Mr .1. Ward ,,f ntMMl
cor, 1 noun. ,. 1-1. . I
4. , ' . ' -' I.-MII1B rnriy
, ftncll rreek Monday,
: afternoon Supper was eaten In thnl
r" me party returned at a
J Into hour.
I The labor demonstration parade
! that was billed for Monday nfter-
" nlfl 001 iicio oecatise of some
miiundarttandlai between the labor
leader nnd the shop owners of
sand Springs eoitOtrnlnfl the hour
of rloing in order that the 9m-
invraa migni DC present The
rado was set for a later date
Mr, Ward of Olrard, Kansas Is vis
iting at the homo nf his son Chas
Ward on Main and fifth who 1 re
eovprlng from an epilation for an.
pendlcitia and Is confined to his bad,
With the near completion of the
new high school on Main street plans
are being s'atted for a community
renter In the building. In the hi.
turn a community association win
organized and program arramrpd
meetings. -1 .1- . ,
and sim:s. 11 la honed o,.i thiJ
movemcn' wm create a community
' wiinoui wnicn no town can
ng expet to nrosner. sort arW
which many things can ho accom
plished more quickly and pffioiently.
Itpv Tlrlnklcv was railed to Cus
ter City Monday evening on business.
He will return within a few days.
Prof I. M. Clark and grandson
and granddaughter were In Sand
Springs Sunday vMitlnc Mrs. Clark
of tho postofflee. Prof, Hi ark ana
hut Is now
I for the vurl
Wlth the aid
It le honed to
have at least two republicans In the
r.oe for every county office
"Hnslng our campaign on the plea
for a clean town, we wore able to
secure a complete victory for the
rlahl thinking men and women of
Tulsa In th rlty elections." de
clared Judge Nelson last night.
That conditions In the affairs nf
tho county are lust as hid and Just
as much in need of a Ho rn up as
were those of tho city Is npparent,
and we are confident that if we
place In tho race a clean, strong
ticket that we oaa dnplloata the
complete victory In the last rlty
The partor nnd deacons of the
pus cnurcn mat Monday eve
LEGION IN 4TH PARADE-
Molding Tonight at Municipal Hall
to Decide PIMM fur Holiday.
Final plane for the American Lo
gin's part In the PouMh nf July
celebration will bo made at a special!
meeting of the legion at the munici
pal auditorium this evening. The
celebration will be under the nus
ploat of the Naval Veterans of
America hut the I,ogion ha been
asked to partlolpate and plans al
ready announced call for a section In
the parade In which army nnd navy
men, Hod CrOftl nurses, Salvation
Army workers, French war brides,
and all others who had a part In
the recent war are asked tn partici
pate. The meeting will begin at s
Naaa Timet 0 pen sstrm.
LONDON, June 29. The HrlllHsh
admiralty has established a new
system nf timekeeping at sea. This
has been adopted by the navies of
the United States, Oreat Hrltaln,
Frame, Italy and Spain
.1 S Btibanki grand president
nnd the Itev Nelson Aregood grand
chaplain of the HI l.oiils iMttfft)
Yardmen's association, nddressod the
OtUttnt of Sapulpa last night In a
noise meeting. The purpose of the
meeting was to defend the men who
are seeking to secure action by the
railway wnge board at Chicago
Joseph Strong et sroelected presi
dent of the Central Trades Council
at a meeting of the council yester
day afternoon. The following offi
cers were elected: o.lseph tflrong
president. B I- Wooden, vice presi
dtnti J. C Cousins, set rotary-treae
urer; I.. J. Oowns. corresponding
secretary, and W. P. (turn, sergeant
nt arms Plrertnrs elorted were
I. O, Msund, l !' Wooden and Kdnn
Henry BohOtt, Mixlcan, and "Snn"
Clnodan, negro, who wore arrested
last week on a charge of attacking
K. I (irear and hilling him over the
head with an Iron bar. were ar
raigned in Justice J. Ia Jennings
court this morning They were
bound over in the district court, and
etch whs placed under a $1,000 bond.'
J. II N Cohh, sectetary of the
Itlwin K,lhe la IttltUUll in
niyatoal Depatruneni Here
IMwIn Blbel new nssistsnt pbvsl
ml direct.,- of the Y M t'. A arriv
ed In tho city yestordsy He will ai
lUmi his dull July I. Mr. Flint
ItadUl I f; .'Bl the f, M C A col
lege at Sprlntfleld, Matt., 'hi
month, and has had a thorough
training in gmnastte
With the addition of Mr r.lbel 10
the physical department atafl, the
dtfjartlltenl will have a tnuch greater
flloicnev. and bo more aide to take
are of the men and hoys In the
membership of the institution. It Is
aid Mr. Blbel will have ehstge of
part of tho hoys' classes and a pi t
of the classes for men.
A teatUft of th summer actlvHr
will he classes In life saving In which
ih rteratar Bed cross tests will be
teen Individual Instruction will
nlsn he provided far those who de
With the advent of warm weather
the "Y" swimming pool is belli used
tn Ha fullest rapsclty. especially diir.
lug the evening hnurs
A WEEK OF PICNICS
ChnlVh of CltJ Will sH,iier Many
Outings 'Ireasme llinil" Is
Church picnic set the ball rolling
for the present week with the picnic
online, of Epwnrth lesgneis of tie
Boeton Avenue M V. ohuroh at Sai .1
springs park vestcidsy evening
One of th three church picnics
scheduled for Thursday Is that of
the 91 elders of the First Ptosbv
terlan church n.t their families and
the rhurqh force In Owen park at e.
n clock In the svenlnt The pie teachers Mr M' ids putt, Mr,
tin kers will nil nber over SO and will Raich, nd John Kogers A plcnle
Include Dr J M iloi don. presliletn 1 supper will follow Mo finding Of tM
"I Kendall ' olege, sitd his fatnlv ' tresaure.
and Itev C W Ken and family ! Tha annual Sunday rhool plcnle
Ml oil" is of the church force nielof the Orciitl Memorial ehnrrh I
He HiiKh A i'iessw.1. assistant , now- being planned for l'i Iday, July
I H si or Miss Floren. N Hanson,
pattof't ssMlstant. A A Itumgnrnor.
chinch seruetary, and Mrs llowstd
Mover At rsngotnepts for the pic
nl ire In charge of 1 1 A Kleiner
and Ivlwnrd Walters
Member of the ronni people's
Hnndny si hcol depnrtnient of Ihn
Plret Chris. isn ahnroh win to to
Parthenla park -h treasure hunt1
at A 30 o'clock Thursday afternoon,
nccomp i nte,1 ty the depsrtmentnl
the bank. Forty per cent of the
dividend is basi d on tho time a
worker has been with the bank,
while 60 per cent Is paid on a
straight dividend baali, according to
"Under this plan tho highest sala
ried employee does not t .ss.ii i!v
receive the largest dividend check,
aa compared wdth tho 10 per Oent
bonus plan," according to Mr. (Ira
ham. "As a matter of fact Tucker
Gilbert, chief porter. Is the oldest
employee of the bank, having been
mployed 10 years and five months.
His dlvldpnd check will amount to
bout $300, which will exceed most
of the higher salaried workers, few
of whom have been with the hank
nearly en long."
The progressive dividend Is not
the least of a series of plans con
templated by the bank fnr the bet
terment nf employees, and ronee-r-qtientlv
higher efficiency fnr the
attend the regular weekly
carried by that bodv. Plans
are now under consideration for
erecting :l now church ball ding end
enlarging all branches nf their work.
A clnss In nursing nnd first nld In
bank. Life Insurance for oseh em-lvenr' presides', Mrs Holiday-: vice
Dtovaa'a family in carried bv the! presiiont Mrs t .i tdisnn: rorres-
snnn tn ho started which will he
open tn nit ladlo.s who are Interested
In the work.
T.nst Wodneed.-iv nlcht the Amer
ican foo-lon of Sand Sprlnes held
their annual elections. BetUltt were
post romm.mdnnt. C c. Tlvnnn: post
adjutant, n -, Oottryi finnnre of ft.
cer. IT Ptewnrt: chairman of direr,
'"re. T Baaeettl directors, Coolldgn,
Ward. Emory Rlatchley.
The Mlsslonnrv society nf the!
Me'hodlsr church met Inst Frldsv.
afternoon nt tho home nf Mrs J. S i
Ttehorts. 30 Lincoln, for tho month
ly mooting and annual elections. Re
freshments were served. The fol
lowing were elected for the coming
recording secretary, Mrs. Thompson,
mlto box secretary, Mrs. Bowman;
treasurer. Mrs. Ilendon. Devotlonals
were load by Mrs. Jackson. Mrs.
Davidson read an Interesting paper
on the annual district convention
held at Oklahoma city this month
where she was a delegate from Sand
the amount Is Increased
succeeding year of sor-
The hank also maintains school
In which employees In minor posi
tions nro taught the higher hrnnrhes
of banking, with a view of helping
them to advance to positions of In
Although no official announce
ment has been made, i' Is understood
offlrlnls nf the bnnk nro wnrklng
On a plan of old nge pensions.
Withdraw Polo Forres.
PRAOI'E. .Time 2 -Poland I
preparing tn withdraw lis foroefj
irom eastern Qaltcia because of
the fear of a Russian bolshevik In
vasion, according tn the newspaper I
JL Ja. RELIEVED QUICKLY
C NO DOPE NO ACETANILIDE
TRY IT AND IE COMFORTABLE
IT LIQUID -QUICK Er-FtCT
Vaudeville Pictures tilrls
Early Opening Ptil and Winter
Tuca. & Wed.
Tuns. & Wrd
Entire cluingc (if stage sliows
and pliaui-cn nu Sun., Tuee,
You can tee to thread the
finest needle and see a
mile away through the
Far and near vision ground In the
same lenses, ho sintmenta to slip:
complete In any size, shape or style
You know whnt they cost elsewhere j
Wo also have a complete line of
slnglr vision, eliher reading or dls-
tent, guaranteed gmund lenses mm-1
plete in any size, hpe or style
At $3 to $5
nti .lupllcaled. hrlnt 'ho
Now listen, hen.lquarter for :
The Simmons Watch
14 karnt solid gold wedding rings,
i either white gold, yellow gold or
! green gold, only $11; a saving from
I $4 to $S. Price them elsewhere and
see. Call nt 111 South Rust on
avenue. 1 li block south of tho
I Frisco Htatmn Thank you Howdy.
BettUH it so subtly frrh
Mtl the skin's natural hue
(there are four distinctive
deln. ite tint lor rhoice)
it the chosen beauty-aid of
these fastidious Women who
tvoid the obviously artificial
look chalky powders compel.
Fyen through the stres of
summer dances, the tnere.i
touch ol WYLDEWOOt)
slifii.es lo impart enduring
charm It adhcra o idtalbrl
It soothes It is to daintily
soft 'itnl fragrant line never
looks "made up" when
WYLDEWOOD i deftly
used. It blends so perfectly!
l.iil I i(l i In.
0 Jertlfl. i l Wrid.
of Alrisnder Iirut; rnrnpsny.
' . i' If It tint's lAlft
id i ti.-- i t r met)-
I'. , IH
I ! - (I - I (if f(Vl . .
l(1 IMill f
br Ol il a- i' j.M I f.tllfr
irBt tfinnu fai.-it Ilnnt'ti Hal
enl lini.ilrMa . f i. li . a r a
I II !
rkV-. 1 dfn itiirra.
Itiahnl . - , ,sii, TftiaJ
bh.B r. l ttniitl
A B IlioUnlg U
( onfld. nihil ( rrillt
JOAUUeJ anil Ijedgers
Manir KnTatOptt and
Articles of axtoriKirattoi
Tai llecelpti. and H.'is.rls
ray Hull Itecorda
Surety Bondt for
( i.nfhleiitlal Credit
I npni.l Iteismls of GskmIs
rsnmhle ( utalogs
Original Hills of l.udliuc
Prepaid Ereighi mils
Pyrlghl Unpens.- Hills
Trade Mark hihj
si., 1 1 iioldert Reoogd
Corporal e s,ui
aluable ( ,iii'ri-.Mindrncss
Legal ami Milan, lal
iul nil iitlirr secoedt of
eYhal ralue would yon
place mi iii replaoemanl
nf llie-e i--eniis?
Hn they repreteot iit.s
than forty per orn( nf
What are you gulng In
do about protecting th-sm ?
Inn ulyouid IniiMtUate
our new 11121 BlodPl (..
v lUlMeel Plrevwoel Hafe
tM it dandy anil we feel
Mine 1 1 -J Ihl one VOe will
waul to buy.
We hn'al Hire.- Just
We -nn Isdieve 've ulll
s.M,ii isauetve a gntleji nf
td va&oe in psjfqssg, so we
J-. i )nu tn ad at s,
508 S. Main St.
I.XSi iiMI.S illHAY
BapPOftHI Mljcnt-m Ailrnon,
Dollttld McOotOtWl nnd nn nil
lafeir OMt III
The House of Intrigue
Miiiry unuhl BOf nrrupt fjiln
Ifl rl T Mir WOMM rallirr ko
BUfkifhl nd b n Imi.'" Umn
lo tM ii OVOOk nnd llvr lu lnnrj
Big "V" Comedy
"A Parcel Pot Hutband"
1,040 feet of WVH
Mutt and Jeff
In '"Hie Tango Imnrs-ns"
Fox News Item
JACK DEMPSEY in
"FLAMES OF WRATH"
Sinning Tlnirsday .Inck (.arilner
In "Tlic lilfl nf .b," "loel
City," leviis .u I nan and Maul,
Tula at last ha nwnkened lo the terrible vice condi
tion that eait in her very midt and initend of a pol
icy of toleration, it ha declared a lern policy of ex
A prominent rtli nf f trial
am! welfare and aortal
Murker a tUm! Ih alum
exrlatnsllnii nmeffltj In
the lohhi of tile (.rnliil
llientrr afler ssllnrssliia n
pel rate attowtna f "Pro
leot Your DhMgntee." He
declared istmseir in fnr
nf a ntoetng ptoeur oatn
lialgn In In- a part .-f Hie
weapon nttd iy the nlty
In Its flglil to stamp nut
ontnmrrrlrillfe.1 vice. Take
this pteMiw, fnr lta.net,
It deals etartll with sslist
we an- trying In wipe out.
Doll I toll Hllirw lie. i If all
the mi'itlirrs In nnr rlly
would ms- iiii ptetere and
Insist nil Ihttr .Liu,!,.. . -ss-4-lna
tt. this svay anil tills
wy nnly svlll tlir liuni-nta-tile
(-uses slinllnr tn that nf
Itutli H.vil re.ise tn 1m- al
most a dally cM-eurrenisv
Protect Your Daughter
A Picture Every Mother and Daughter Should See
Now Crowding The
SI K WART
l-'mni Hie Haliininy I. veiling Post
story tiy llariild Mai-tmtli
iiils Is Anna Strwarfs beat
MMMe, B.'4A, 11:15, 12 :to. 1,
8:15. 4:50. 5:45. 7, :I5 :)
Tlir BHghttti ( Irvrrrsl Show
of till' SS-4SKIIII
"The Show Girls"
Margaret Lil lie
Tin- Cyclonic Comedienne
'A FtfmUy Fight
llullt for Idtuglilng Purpnae
(111 tile Screen
"Blind Man' Eyet"
Alsn a Handy (oniedy and
PATH I , MMS
Auy lent -"' t liihlren t5c
LYRIC (Today and Tomorrow)
SHOWING THE NINTH EPISODE OF THE ALL WESTERN SERIAL
"LIGHTNING BR ICE"
t fullii mm wrll mm th
It U n Htort tlmt will
Who rf II, Ihl voiinu
"LlBhlnlilR Mrl. r lit- im H JllilH rA h
"rltli fi M thr (frt stlte.1 artlffj KWT mtwf" 4
nm ilml Intel mmiy fMlurr toiirhM whlrh put
it In - (tlMM hr it .rif
ANN LITTLE and
Ost.lA themselves In msltlng this the best of
mil serials, rani Hunt, wtie illrrrts the serial,
el... plays the heavy ass snakes . admtr
TUB NICW ntlMlKR --1.UMI.
ANN I.ITTI.B and .IAI B ln.l'
I KIHTNIM, IIHT( IC
Ia rlftem Nil rrlns Klilsudm
A New "Flying A" Special
(eaturln MAI1I.M1II1 nit), IIAItltT
III I I It I HI l THICK VAN, IIAKVRV
I I.AHH. NKII. IIAHIIIN. tirOKOK rr.HIO
I.AT anrl MARY TALBOT. A plitnre (hat
,-omitlura lava, rptaaaaf, Inirisue, mysterr aatt
huaisr In Jusl the rtcht prmrtliA.
A talent that hrought hr tn the fates nf despair, hut saved hr loTnr from tha
clutch of circumstances. Wh.it a-at It f
What was this Ktrnnge talent so full of potential dantsr? Old she know he po
euoil It? To wli.il use did she put II? 1)1.1 It Injure herself? Old It bring harm
tn others? See The Dangerous Talent" nnd TJMM discuss that charge sgslnst
tht world's morality.
Also: A Good Comedy. ADMISSION, Children 10c, Adults 20c
tmQFi olw 0zMB)
i 1st mmi;s tokav
The form teal fnr er toreanad
wttb i. n... ftuinlett oomtxl'
In ji liiirrii'ji in if by
"THE FLY COP"
kimw ing in MMitinotSott wtih
In Itn-t ll.irle's etnry of old
'Hue. 1,. Iler
Ill till- nrglin
M "''" 'nine: I :0, I2:S(I, 2,
,t :t(i n : nn. a 11:10
c. .nn nt i ontorrovi
Tin: m i r im RPLB"
111 I'm n Ai'uistroiiK and Wilson
LAST TIMKM rODAI
rarislllnuiit - Ar trnif t'-- ph tiirlti-
tjnn nf Qeo Ban i( t utobeon'
splfUMlId Mnry mux i-
A mlr nf Nes Ynrk and Its pte.
plr wlm liurrv paat nll.1 dl-Jip
is-ar. or rtoblemeii and noble
umnai wist hide in tin- me
(misills arul yet tMOatlOMUly
niis-i and live tlulr mal lailCa.
An unusual Ottt. ). . i t t,y
Robert Wisrwlrk. .1 M Dttmnnt,
tsns Wilton, HieotVire Knalnfl
Sern-ll Time: 1 1 :u. IS I"., -'
lilt, 4:SU. Oldti 7 I li llM
UMIMHON lOci hlldn n I0t
( i.niliig Innmn-ow
Love- - Romance -Adventure
siiiiiug iin- tea nf ii i'no- .
ii nlil. n man, the only -un-wvnr
i.i .i shipwreck a typical, irnpi-
llll lilll . ll 0-S'liH 0 .1 III, - long
laolntlon. The birth nf love, ami
tin ti ttame bey hnabMMl
A Picture of Thrills and
LotMsT l'lnor .......S.lo
Today and Tomorrow
An Int. n-u , ilittnuulo luUspblou
of Hklo Oulllus novel
Tin- i..,inaji In YUute"'
oUu-r litlliiiiti In asMliiuo
shows every boev and IB mia
lilix alter 1 1
Is-iwrr llOOe Sfr, I ... hn
I IUDAT AMD SAIKKDAT
Harry Morey 5
"Tho Gar .' A"