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TULSA DAILY WORLD. FRIDAY, JULY 23. 1020
ijman rRAwrniui i'frkins
I Mood wt'lun n orchard during
DteOVtring to the drnpp my a-h:ng
Of Joyous fancy, to mill'' vow,
With trios and lout), agalna-t lh
At. in wllh nature, naught tn love
No advantano to fetoOml 'no. Jut to
have a moment personal Joy
Wholly free from needs that mold
the heart to forma of pain.
rlae. I rrled and celebrate the hour!
Acclaim serene gladness- If It fail
N'rw i ourage, Boblif vision will sur
vive. That I have shown my klndslili to
My brotherhood with rain, and In
Hav been a moment's friend tn na
ture. Horace llnlley
Honanis club dam e at Crystal
Mrs J W Kelso entertain at
auction hrtdgo for Mrs. II. C, Und
ner and Mlsa bou Bracknrv
Oier Stindr rrly rianno-d
Mr and Mrs Dan Hunt. Jr. Mr
and Mr. .1 Norv.'lle WulUer and
air. and Mrs. Charles A BlasS art'
named aa 'hapcrones for Mm party
of 30 or more who are aJJBunnlng to
pnd tha coming week-end at
Mrs C J, BMUtlhh or 2209 Kaal
Burnett street entertained a iiarty
of mothers and their children on
Wednesday, July 21 In honor of the
Mcnnd birthday anlveraary of her
daughter. Jane. During tha after
noon Ices, rakei and randies were
served, drllinte pink and deep rose
shades predominating In this menu
and In the decorations of swotpeae
used In the home. Present were
Edna and Willie Tyaon, Krederb
and Mermon ftharike. Hoys and
Hugh Perry. Ixiulse and Marshall
There Is much Interest being
manifested In tha approaching
charity ball to ha given under the
auspices of the welfare board to as
sist the fund for assisting tha poor
chlldrrn of Tulsa during the hot
weather and also to further the
work at the community house In
West Tulea Tha ball will be gtvan
on the night of July II In Conven
tion hall and la belnf personally su
pervised by Mrs. George O. Hollow,
chairman of tha board, and the
members of this board who are at
home now. Mrs. M. It. Babln Ig In
charge of the special feature such
aa fancy dance that will ba gtvan
by local v - 1 " This 1 a call to phil
anthropic Tulsa to help In a worthy
cause. Tl ticket are to be Hold for
Mr. and Mm. C. C. Witt at tS?
South Wheeling announce the birth
of a son.
Miss Inez KlnnUon has returned
from a two week' vtolt to Fort
Worth and Dallas. Texaa.
Mr. and Mrs. B. I, McMahnn of
1108 Seat Hodge street anaouno
the birth of a. son on July SO.
Dr. and Mr. Dudlay W. Dickson
' m t l'lunau.aH nlvkl Ia, B ' n.ila
to visa Mr. Dickson' mother, Mrs, '
M. Cornell before going Jamestown,
N y., where they will visit Dr. Dick-1
Peoples Trading Co.
Will Open on Main St.
At the 412 South Main
TULSA'S LARGEST SHOE DISTRIBUTORS
318 S. MAIN 412 S. MAIN
WORK . .. .
son's mother, Mrs Anne Dl 'kson,
who I (pend'c 'lie summer tbeie.
Mis Clara gtatohilnl hi nlurned
10 her home in Hhrevrpnrt, I,.,
after a vital! here t'. Mis ''larenre
B Douglas snd COl. D'Ugl.i
Mr llsmm.'ti Baldwin arrived yes-i
tnrday after a delightful motor trip
Miiough the nofthirfl lke region,
snd will visit lils moil Mrs l-sdy
Miss l.llllsn Iorton left Thursday'
Tor BIBIBOna, Kan . to visit friends
From there she will go to W'nuhi!
lau Outing club In the Cherokee
hills for the month of August.
Mr. and Mrs Newton II. tjrnham
and jinng son have returned from
Oklahoma City and were BOBOSB
iaril"d h-Trio tv Mrs. HorBOi Hay
den and dniiKli'i r. Htrlla Hue.
Miss's Kalherlns and Virginia
Hmllh have returned to their home
In Ksusas City, having i nm luded a
visit In the home of their brother.
Mr. lahln 0 Smith on Kasl eigh
Mis Oladys IjiKolb'te I III with
typhoid fevr r at her home on North
i 'In ', n no avenue Miss Opal Hmvlle
who has boon visiting Miss laxKnl-:
lefts has returned to her home In j
Sllosm Springs and la 111 wllh ty-l
Mr. and Mr. Helman J. Imesj
have returned from Italrd, Texas,
where thiy went to attend the 60th
wedding anniversary of Mr Ixines'
parents. On the eye of their return t
laat weak, th. v left with Mr. T I,
Heldonback for a motor trip to Cnlo
Mr and Mrs. Imnlel Kugone Kcr
vln re now at home to flour fin Rdl
tn the Walker apartments, having
aimed from nalvoston. where they
spent the day of their honeymoon
fl LviS -ngj
extra good grade,
ifN i 1h recant wedding In DuIIsh
Mm Krrvln wa Ml Irene Delaney
Mr and Mr Kmnk nillard, Mim
RMl Darling of Muskogee, Ml"
Anna COitalta, Mr. .fm ami
Itr. ae fmiard hi ve returned from
H week' I
amplng trip tn Klk
Mrs. R. H. I.ynn and daughter,
Mrs Knight P. Douglas, are leav
ing today for New York and At
l.ii lb ciiy i ii ue gone until fall Thev
will stop en route al Danville, III.,
B7lMfl they will villi.
Mr and Mr. Alvln 0. HI'hards
and daughter Ardells, accompanied
by Mrs Klchard mother. Mrs
Qiorg OlddUlBI Of Oklahoma City,
are leaving Hafurday for Mason
town Pa,, to visit Mr. tin hard'
nun'. .Miss I, ute Durr.
Mr. nnd Mr. John H. Davenport
ami i hlldren have returned from a
visit to Marrodsburg, Ky., and were
impaBlid home by Miss Anm
1 1 Meredith Mia Kielvn Ashby of
lakeland. Kla., I alio a visitor In
TEXT OF SENATOR
rcNTIMl'Kli KJl'lM PAOK TWO
earnest and I onsletent nttack which
the party platform covenants. We
will attempt Intelligent and mm
sgeous deflation, and strike at gov
ernment borrowing which enlarge
the evil, and we will attack high cost
of gov eminent with every energy and
f.i'ihty whlih attend repuhlloun .
pin itv. Wo promise that relief
which mil an, o. I the hailing of
"mi. nnd cKtravairance, and the re
new al of the practice of public ii-on
urn)', not alone berranse It will re
lievo tax hnrdrnn hut hcansr It. will
hi an example to sUmnleu- thrift and
economy In private life.
I have already alluded to the ne-
eesMiy for the fullness of produr
tlon, and wn need the fullness of
serft-e which attends the exehang
of products. I .el. us speak the Ir
refutable until High nag-ce ami rc
rtueed coat of living re In ntter on
You Can Go To
Palm Beach For $18.75
Of course thia doesn't include a
tide trip to Cuba.
But it geti you for your very own
a Palm Beach
Suit which Fit Form made to
aell or finally for $30.00
They're quarter silk lined and
Of the earmark of fine clothing
In four colors, $18.75.
worth $3.00 on sale
trsdlrdtOfl mile we t,iw the height
Of i ffliti-ncj for wages received.
In all sincerity Bfi prOfBIM the
firevenrlon of UBrOBBOBabli profits,
wn hllenge BrofltiitiBB with all
the moral force and the legal powers
of government and people, hut It In
fiilr. aye. if limit, to give re
minder that law In not thi sole ror
rectlvi of our economic. Illn.
Is-t ns call to all the DOfki for.
Hum nnil economy, for denial and
sni rlfler f o.-, , i he, f,,r ,, nntlou-wlde ,
lrle iuisJii i ifravaganr-e nnd lux- ,
or). Ml a re. i, luminal to simplicity
Of llilng, to that MBftoM and nor
Btal plan Of life rfaetl Is the Ih-hUIi
of thi rapablle. There kaan'i i n
rt iiutv from the waste and ah
normaltle of war ln e the story of
mankind was first written, igoipf
Ihreuffh work and aaving, through
IndUitrjf and denial, while nenlleu
spending and bOidligfl extravagance
i i ' n.urum every ,le. m in the hl
lorv of riatlons (.le the BgaBUejsBB
of that r-iicgol rimpHcJtf of Arner- !
Ii no life which marked the flrnt een- I
tnry of ama.lng development and
this genernlloti may underwrite a
-I ' oocl OBBMTf of -mi j 1 , i e, ae
' i nipllshmi nt
Thi reptihll'-an prty wan founded
hy farmer, with the eenillive ...n
it lino born of their freedom nd
(half lmple lives. These founder
epriing from the farm of the then
rniil'lle west, uur party ha never
fslled In It realization that BfH
eulture I eentlnlly the foundation
Of Bat very existence, and It haa ever
tioen our poll' y. purpose and per
formance to protect and promote
thai ene nt ia i industry,
nw conditioni, which attend
arnaxlng growth snd extraordinary
Industrial diVilopmint, call for a
new nnd forward-looking program.
The American fnrmer had a hundred
and twenty millions to feed In the
home market, nnd heard the cry of
the world for food and answered It.
though he faced an appalling task
Bmfd handicap never encountered
In the rise of price levels there
have come Increased appraisals to!
his acres without adding to their i
value IB fact, hut which do add to I
lilit taxc and expenses without en- :
hamlng hi return III helpers1
hve yielded to the lure of hop and
city, until, almost alone, he has met j
mid borne the hurdrn of the only In- I
L - U - C
414 South Main St., Tulsa
L J. ItteaWch,
o as mm mi J carry
Bsxsxs. iw ssferrej csffssn. vskaHWdk
rsi ssrawsra, asJ sat box. car
U.s. Uaxsts, Ugt Ulusg . mill
Peroxide of Hydrogen
Meyer Peroxide of Hydrojten absolute! v
free from metallic impuntie it bottled
fresh as toon as manufactured its purity,
potency and permanency ii certified after
test by experienced chcniuts, guaranteed
by the largest drug house in the world, of
68 years' established character.
Only pckagd droit sre cartsin to be purs It . .i
si eeijr lo ak lor iirytr rirugi and get pure drug,
in la sriat package. Your druggttt ulU them.
Met br Brothers Drug Company
fx Urfnt Dri Bomjt is fa Worti
Urtinl UH o
SOrexlil. ef HydraaB
Tlai turt ol lediaa
CiMir, ot Trt
MUk l M.,..j,
StuMphit ol Soda
Look for na
1st' tit attempts to force down
prlcM It challenfM both the wis
dom and the justice of artificial
drives on prices to recall that they
wre effective almost "ely against
Ills ProdBOti In the hand of the
produ'er and never affect IV against
the same prodUOti In psssing to the
consumer. CoMiBIBUttlnfJ the de
f eneessnes of the Individual farm
er to Basil the orrnnled buyer of j
inn I'l'ioii' in sou loe lum oiiuuiiii "i
the things the farmer luy. I hold
thnf farmern nheuld not only he per
mitted hut encouraged I" Join In i o
BpiFBtlVB BsBBOlBttOn to reap the
Just ini-ssui" of r. w-ard uierlt'il by
their iirdiious toll It u faellllate
PC -operation to Insure aualnat Hie
rlks BttrMlIm ngrli till ore. which
the urban world so Utile under
stands, and a lit,' en-operatlnri to
market Iliclr priMluets ns dlro-My a
poMHIhle with the consumer, In the
Intereis ol all. I pon such a-evH ln
tloti and i o-or4'ratlou should he laid
only ucli restrictions a will pre
vent nrhltrnry control of onr Icrsl
Kupply mid i hi fixing of cxtcirtloiuite
prlie upon IU
Our platform Is an earnest pledge
of renewed concern for Mil mot
sewntlal s"d l"nentst lnd'i"'ry.
and In both BBBrMlatiOB and Inter
eat we pledge effective expreeslon In
law and practtci. fft v. iil hsll that.
Ct Diratlon which agnln will make
profitabla gml difatrBbti thi owner
ship and operation of comparatively
small farms Intensively cultivated,
and whp h will fai llltate the csrlng
for the product of farm and
Orchard without the lamentable
waste under present conditions.
Amirioi would look with nnxlety
on thi dlsi-ouragemi'rit of farmtna
activity either through the govern
ment s neglect or Its paralysis hy
BOClallitlO practice. A repuhllcan
sdii inlslratlon will be committed to
renewed regard for agriculture, and
seek the participation of farmers In
rurlng the Ills Jutly complained of.
and aim to place the American furm
where It ought to be highly
Once the object of
the cushion top is
d e monsj rated
you readily un
I Parity, (reshnes and flavor ax
H the caasntial qualitxss of
I Olive Oil
WTtakfing. It holds each
garment in place - just
where you put it. Let ns
demonstrate this Trunk U
tanked In American nctlvltle and I
fully aharlng the hlghet good for
tune of American life.
Mei omlnglv as"inied with thin
fiihject are the pulp Is of Irrigation
and reclamation, so essential to
agricultural expansion, and the con
tinued development of the great and
wonderful wet. It I our purpi si
to i ontlnue and enlarge federal aitl.
not In ectionl partiality, but for
the good of alt America. We hold
to that harmony of relationship be
tween conservation and dcvekip-iiH-itt,
which fittingly appraises our
ualursl resource and make them
available to developing America uf
today, and still hold tn the enn
Hcrvlng thought ifor tho America of
The federal government relation
tn reclamation and development is
too Important to admit of ample dl
cuaaion today Alaska, alone, la rich
in resources beyond all Imagination,
and needs only closer Unking,
through the lines of transportation,
and a governmental policy that both
aafeguard and encourage develop
ment, to epeed It to a foremot posi
tion a a commonwealth, rugged In
citlxenahlp and rich In materialized
These things I can only mention.
Within becoming llmita one can not
say more. Indeed, for the preent
many rjueinloni of vast Importance
mint be hastily passed, reserving" s
fuller dlscuaslon to aultable occasion
a the carnpalgn advance.
I bcllcvo the budget system will
effect a neceary, helpful reforma
tion. nd reveal bualnes method to
I believe federal department
should he made more hiislnees-llke
Three Special Lots, grouped for quick clearance
A white canvas shoe that has been extremely popular
among nurses and others. Thia 8-inch foot comes
in two styles of heels, a French heel and a military
An elegant black French kid pump, with a fancy
beaded buckle effect. Full Louis heel, in sizes
to 8, widths AAA to D
Choice of either plain black patent or kid leather
pump, strictly for street or dress wear, Baby Louis
heel or high French heel. All sizes and widths
for Thrifty Shoppers
Friday Is Remnant Day at Hunt's
20c Handkerchiefs, 10c
On lot of Unweave embroidered
hemsUtched with woven tape border!.
35c Handkerchiefs, 26c
Women' ail pure linen, hemstitched
handkerchief, regular 35c values.
35c Handkerchiefs, 23c
All white crepe de chine handker
chiefs with hemstitched border.
35c Toweling, 27c
Cotton toweling In rrash and huck,
la bleached and unbleached, special.
$1.00 Madras Sheeting, 79c
Striped madras shirtings In a good
assortment of patterns, special.
50c Quality Ripplette, 41c
White ripplette tn asanrtsd wxjven
trip, son quality, spuclaL
Men's and Boys' H'dkerc'fa 5c
Splendid quality, hemstiu hf d cam
35c Men'a H'dkerc'fa, 29c
Men' sheer Unweave handkerchief,
hemstitched with woven stripe border,
Men's 'f ilk
Values to $17
and end buck to productive effort
thotnwnd of federal employes, who
are cither duplicating work or not
essential at all.
I believe In the protective tariff
policy and know w will b calling
for Its saving Americanism again.
I believe In a treat merchant
marine I would have thi republic
the leading maritime nation of the
I believe In a navy ample to pro
tect It, and able to assure u depend
I believe In a small army, but the
best In the world, with a mindful
nena for preparedness which will
avoid the unutterable cost of our
I believe In our eminence In trade
abroad, which the government
should aid In expanding, both In re.
veallng market and speeding car
goes. I believe In etabllhlng (tandard
for Immigration, which ari con
cerned with th future citizenship
of the republic, not with mere man
power In lnduatry.
I believe that every mn who don
the garb of American cltlxenhlp nd
walk In th light of American op
portunity, mult become American tn
heart and (oul.
I believe in holding fast to every
forward tep In unihaekltng child
labor and elevating conditions of
I believe the federal government
should stamp out lynching and re
move that stain from the fair name
I believe the federal government
Ovuld give It effective aid in solv
ing the problem of ample and be
coming housing of It citizenship
I believe this government should
Daily Store News
FRIDAY, JULY 23. 1920.
Reduction Sale on all Women's Shoes
75c Stationery, 64c
Bozid itationery In buff, pink, hello
and Usht blue.
Stationery, 35c, -45c and 50c
Hunt's society linen and linen finish
stationery, pound box, envelopes to
match, per package, 15c and 20c
95c Embroidered Swisses, 73c
$2.25 Embroid'd Swisaoa, $1.69
Colored embroidered Swisses In food
range of color and dots.
$1.25, $1.50 White Goods, 84c
Novelty white goods in embroidered
lac and woven affects.
$6.25 Jap Nainsooks, $5.00
Japanese nalnnooka, neatly bordered.
10 yards to bolt.
$8.25 Bx. Nainsooks, $6.60
Chlmoaa lingerie, check and stripes
patterns, azctUent quality.
The HUNT Co.
Main St., Kriwrrn Third and Fourth
make Its Liberty and Victory bonds
worth all that It patriotic citizen
paid In purchasing them.
I believe the tax burden Imposed
for the war emergency must be re
vised to th need of peace, and In
the Interest of equity in distribution
of th burden.
Itlght of Negroes.
I believe the negro citizen of
America ehould he guaranteed tho
CONTINUED ON PACE EIGHT
Property, tciiantli-ss get taxcrl.
may become a real burden. t.ct
personally Interested In classified
advertleing! full Osuxro A0O0 for
World Want ads. S
KILL THE RATS
International Exterminator for Hats,
Mica, Cockroaches and Water Pugs.
It creates a desire in these pests to Mm
from the buildinK for water and fresh
air, d-inff outside in a few moment.
7W sfsss. Js ensf ft. SO liciM
l aff rrn SO to 400 limit.
Ready for Ui. Ordtr trom Dlty.
14 Value and