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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1020
Wears Jeweled Garter
Valued at 15 Thousand
State Highway Officers
Come for Drive On
OTHER OFFICERS HELP
"Roundup" Corps Will Ho
Assisted by County
nnd City Agents
Cot your 190 automobile license
tnK? No? Th on you'll bettor obtain
one Immediately. For C. A. Imli,
hint" lilKhwny department off Ifrr
In In Tulsa with u rorim of oMilstimts
nnd he Intends to remain here tin
til nil Tuls.1 automobiles linr up
to-dato tags. Mr. IOticli Intend to
(o-opernlo with locnl offU'cm in
rounding up delinquent automobile,
ownors nnd bringing pressure to
henr In the form of law.
Tho mlnltnuin llrolisa I (10 In
figuring tno ninount of tho Miens,
according to the now stnte law 1 1 0
In (III" for (lie first $600 vnltatlon
unit 75 cents for each additional
1100. For example, Dm licence on
a car costing JHOO would tin $10 "5
After the second year, n doprei
tlon nt 20 per rent I nllowed em li
year for three years, However, tho
minimum of 110 applies regardless
of the rar'n nge.
Of the money collected for li
censes, OB per tent goes to tho coun
ty In which It In collected, 2G per
rent to the city and 10 per cent to
tho atalo highway depnrment.
Dining ii fecont four-day drive liy
tho police department of Oklnliomn
City, 626 offonderH were nri ruled nnd
rntiscd to mulio nppllciitlnn for
licenses, 1-cncli anld yentordny.
"Oklahoma City la pretty well
cleaned of nutomnlillea that do not
hear 1020 license tags. Thero nrc
Jiundreds of nffendera In Tulsn, nnd
tvo have come hero from Oklahoma
City to apend na much tlmn aa la
nercraary In npprehondltig those
who have failed to comply with the
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Offers lYro Typliold VncrliuMlim
KAIItl.AND, Sept. 8. Krce vacel
nation nun I tint typhoid fever I living
offeicd to rrnlileiita of the lead and
lino zono of Ottawa county by the
federal heullh service. II, 13, Dnvlcs,
Inspector, Ima been vlidtlng towna In
the. Infected district urging everyone
to bo vacclnatel. Moro than 1,000
liavo nccoptcd tho ntfer o fur, 1,200
of theso bolng In Aflon.
IllKh School Nrnr Completion.
HOMINY. Sept. 8. Tho high
school building will probably be
ready for use by November 1, The
public schools atarted Monday In
ucrlously crowded buildings. Tho
rnrollmont may run to 800 thla yenr.
Duncan Now 1'nrUhlll Major
J'AHKHILL, Sept. 8 At an elec
tion held on tho flrat Inat, "W. 13.
Duncan wai elected mayor of tho
town. Thla la tho second annual
election held alnco tho Incorporation
of the town.
Tho Nauscalcss Calomel Tab
let That la Purified and
Refined From All Nausea
Mian I.llllnn Walker, wearing a
(llamnndtudded gartor valued nt
8 IS, 000. which alio demonstrated be
foro tho recent Jowclers' convention
nt Louisville, Kj' Tho main miction
of tho convention were vury enthu
siastic, It la wild, but tho women buy
era went of tlie opinion that the
novelty would not cell.
Ollloti Doctor Hiijk Plantation.
riir.TflM U,.,,t K A ..'Into,. Iwifrm
Iiiih been purOinMMl by Dr-i J. II.
V....1. n 'tl.l.. nll ,i l.-l,., ...... T
-where ho la f Ittlntr up an old planta
tion, cuepn are ucing laxon oy jiou
tor Noah to mtiko thla n paying ven-
lllpn In thn milt lin t l,tri nf pmn.
ndaptud to that region.
Hunts to Sprnk nt fiorlx'r.
nAltlllSll. Hent. 8 -Z. A Harris.
can did a to for concreBa, will bo tho
principal apimkor Hero democratic
day, September 10, the aecond day
of tho llarber homecoming celebra
tion. The republicans will have their
Will Decide Kind of Base
to I3o Used In Future
Property ownera Intoreated In the
I'll al paving situation inny attend
thi apeilnl meeting of mayor and
rlty (otiimlMlonern In tho city IihII
tomorrow morning nt s o'clock it
tiny wish, It win announced by city
offb lain yiatorday.
Till meeting will lie held to la-
tcrMliiii tho udvlanblllty of Doing
roi k I t. und maiHdatn for n paving
bane I is! cud of a concrete liana, the
luttrr of which In now In general
uno over tho country. Homo ltlH
have tried marntlntn with auoeenn. If
It can bo utlllited In TuIhd, It will
lurnn cheaper paving, and fruedom
from the ao-rnlled paving trust, ne.
I'ordlln; to oily officlaln.
Thero aro now nntirnxlnintelv II.-
000,000 worth of paving petition In
, thn rtty nudltnr'H office, retltloiiern
I aro nnxloiiH for netlon of aomo kind,
I lit Uiey mo dlMcouraged because
of the acute shortage) of cement and
nrc (strongly In favor of a nubntltuto
If It will anawor thn Minn purpoae
City Hnglneer C. I". O rings will re
port at tomorrow'a meeting on tho
renlilt of bin Investigation na to thn
priirtlrnbllly of macadam.
If thin report In fnvornble, and It
In decided by thn mayor nnd com-
tiilHaionera to two macadam. It will
bn necenaory to re-Hiibmlt nil pt
llona nnd ru-ndvcrtlso for bids, tho
rlty engineer aald yesterduy.
llcinmtatc 3 Members
of Fire. Department
a II Aiken. I' .1 llutler ami I)
N. Casnoriberry, former iiiembera of
the Tulna flro department, oro ro
Inslnted ynntnrday by thn mayor nnd
city commlsnlonerN after a formnl
hearing mieli an In unually granted In
ciinen of dispute on the part of city
officlaln and employen.
The lirnrjng occupied tho atten
tion of the oommlnnlon yentcrdav
nnd part of tho afternoon because of
the riumcroiia wltiiennea on both
nldea who wlnhed to bn heard Klro
Chief it C Alder wild ho wiik willing
to nbldn by the decision nf the mayor
street Car Company ,Y M TD HAVF
Will File Rale Hike IY, ,u Mnv L ,
Application Monday nPFNINH WFFK
J I UI III 1W TllU.lt
Neyro May lie Aspirant
For Arkansas Governor
Owing to unavoidable dnlayn,
iii Tu!.i Street Hallvay carr.paa:
hnn not yet filed I In application
with tho corporation coimnlmlon
for an Increase In fared. Gen
eral Manager Morrla Molrath
anld Hnturday that tho nppllmtlon
would bo filed Monday or Tuea
day but hn mid yraterdny that It
would not bo thn latter jmrt of the
week beforo tho petition la In
rendlnenii to forward to thn com
mlMdnn. O'Meara, Hush nnd Mown nrn
nltorheyn for tho jitreet railway
cotntiany. nnd IiavfT In r.linrgn tho
jireparntlnn of tho application.
Children Scilouilr llurnol,
I'HVOH, Kept. 8.--When a Jar of
grenao In tho Kontor homo, nonr
Strang, Igriltoc, Minn Ionian Koster
threw It In the yard to nnve thn
house. Clndyn Wlillnhend and I .aura
Dell, two little glrla, were playing
outside, the door. Their clothing
caught flrn and both wern burned
neverely. Neighbors rushed In and
extinguished tho flro.
I'll 1 1 from Hoiimi ratal,
HOMINY, Hept. a.--John C.
Krnnkn, cattleman. In dead hero from
a fall Incurred In rounding up cattle.
Itli horse stumbled And Franks was
thrown, tho horse falling on him
and tho horn of tho naddln striking
him on tho head.
DlsflgurUm Grnwlhn of
Hair Entirely Removed
(Nw Method llomovrs Hants mhI All)
Aik your dactnr tnit h will ttll yeu
that olomil l lh hut ana only iur
cmrir tot Ur Itvtr, blllouinrti, ln.ll
ttlon, htadaebes anil conatlpatlon. Now
that all vt Ita iinpltaaant qualltlM bava
bfn Tfinnvet, cslnmvl, In tha form e(
CalotaUa, li tba Alfat and moil pleasant
of all laiallTai to lake. Ona tablat at btj.
tlma, wllh a swallow of watrr that'i atl,
No taaia, no griping- nor nautaa. In Ilia
morning- you faal alniply flna llvs, wl.la.
awaka, cnergttle. strong- ami with a tiaartr
appetite lor breakfaat. l".t what you want
and go about your work no danger.
Calntaba art aoM only In original. aa!at
packages, prlra thlrty.flv cants. Ho aura
and nellghlful that your drugglat la au
thortiad to offer your money back as a
fruarantta thai you will ba parlecUy da
lllhtfd wllh Ctlntatia. Advt.
Women Who Are 111 To
Talce Lydia E. Pinkham'
i:at Rochciter, N. Y. "I hrn
tun) l.ydla K. l'lnkham'a Vrfjctablo
levoral years and
tninic it fine. I
am a practical
nurie and when I
,jct run down and
nervous 1 I a k o
the VegeU' 'e
Compound. I also
nave irouuic wmi
my bladdf r when
I am on my feet
and L y ill a 10.
I l'lnkham'a Sana-
ttto Waali rchcvfi that, 1 have rre.
ommenJcd your medicine to soeral
young lJii'a who have all bcnelltud
by It." Mri. Aqnks L. Hixlows, 308
Lincoln Eut RociitaUr, N. Y.
Young women who are troubled
with painful or irregular periodi,
backacue, lic&daclie, dragging-down
aeniatlong, fainting epclla or in.
iligtation aliould take Lydia K. I'lnk
ham'a Vegetable Compound. Thou
aandi bara been rentored to health by
thi root and hub rtiuedy.
Write for free) and helpful advice to
Lydla E. IMnkham Medicine Co. (eon
fldentiaJ), Lrnn. Maaa. Women only
onto, rcii vnd.aai?w"cl' IcUora.
If you ar aftllelad with a growth el
superfluous hair, vu to your ilrugglit at
once, get a stick of phelaatlna, follow the
simple tnatruellnns and have the pleas
enteal aurprlae of your llfel With your
own eyta yen will lha hair coma out,
roots and atl quickly, easily, leaving your
skin smooth and hairless as a babe'a.
rbelactlna la not to be compared wtih
the usual depilatory or electrical methods
It te new and different It le odorless.
non Inltatlng, and ao harmleaa a child
rould safely aat it. Advt.
Bi.l'.ir..Tl W IB H
EverybcxJy admirej hanrliomo !
hair. You can improve your hair :
wonderfull by using
Nelson's Hair Drcising
IVticuIer colorsj people ihrouclioul I
th UniteJ Statu liav used NeUon'e !
for slmoic a J ygaie. Nlon'i is ling fog '
thg ICaJo.eatnm'aa I
tlrf hair grow long
Ort Ua Will, i, a
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Dog Stole Kggt
TAHI.HQUAH. Hept. 8 A hound
valued at ISO by Uh ownergut a
midden and violent end a few days
an" u,h"ti It vterU-d the Henuoyah
elubhousn and partook of a num
ber of eggn In tho chicken yard.
Dye It Right!
Don't Risk Materials in Poor
Dyes that Fade or Run
! Instantly relieved and toon
healed by npptylri;
Antiseptic Healing Oil
It la n Soothlnd. IlrnllnJ Antiseptic
for alt local Irritation. 30o per
Bach package Of "Diamond Dyca"
contains directions no nlmplo that
nny woman can dlamond-dyq a now,
rich, fndclee.1 color Into worn,
Ktwbby Bnrment-1, dr.ip.'rlcs, cover-
Ingn ovoryliung, whether wool, MlK,
linen, cotton or mixed gooda.
Iluy "Diamond Dyen'- no other
, kind- -then perfect renuitn nro guar
anteed oven If you havo never dyed
Druggist nan color cam,
IB rich colors. Artvt.
All Over tho World
Owing to tlm twt tlutt Monday nnd Tutwloy, Kcptomber 15 anil
1 1, nro ilcwtnli IiolldiiyH, and Hint till More Mill bo cloned on tlioxo
ilajs, wo linto inniln nrningementsi lo keep our atoro open until
H p. m. tonight nnd l-Vldiiy night, Saturday until 10:110.
Wo nro niiotlng below noino ory iittmctlvo money Mining noc'lnl
mi groceries and II will pay you lo lake nihniitJigo nf llicin and
Liy In jour fixxl nupply now for nct wivk.
Ileal white cano
sugar, pur lb.
Departments Will Take
Turns In Charge
During th wook of September 20
to 26 the local Young Mon'a Chrln- .
tlan anaoclatlon building will be
thrown open to visitors In what wll
bo known n opening wcok, One of
tbo department will be Ip clmrg.
of tho program o-ich night during
tho week, and tho publlo will luv-
an opportunity of getting a close-up
view of all actlvltlcH of tho utwocla
On Monday tho board of dlreetot-'
will glvo a rccontion to tlio nubli
Tueadny evening will bo young poo-
lio-n rugnt. Tho young peoplen' so
ciotlcH of tho different ehurchea wll!
rccelvo Hjioclal ImlUilono. On
AV'odnesday evening u party wilt In
held for thn rnumhera of. tho Amen
ran legion und their friends. Thma
day evening will bo physical nigh',
and thero will bo demonstration in
tho gym nnd Kwlnirnlng' pool. Fri
day night the entire building will i
given over to tho boyn' dopurtmen1
Saturday night will bo In charge nf
the 'dormitory and tho celebration
will l)o In charge of tho men living
In the building, Thero will bo a no
clal In tho lobby on Sunday after
noon for young men and women
Also church par Ilea morning and
MTTI.B ItOCK, Sept. 8. T. J.
Tcrral, Arkanaan nccrctary of atate,
day took under advisement a peti
tion presented by Srlplo A. Jonee,
local negro attorney, asking for cer
tification of tho name of J. H.
Mount, negro educator of Helena,
Ark , as an independent republican
candldnto for governor
C AMPni.UH CAPITAL CAKKS.
Su at flroeera, Adv
Accept "California ' Syrup of I'lgs
oniy iook lor inn name L.aiirornla
on the package, then you are sure
your child l having Hie best and
most hurmlCHa phygr- for the utile
stomach, liver and boweUi I'hlidrcn
lovo Its fruity taatc l'u d.recilonii
on each liotMe You must nay
jer 100 -lb a.ick .
Meudow Oold buttor,
Urar.d l'rlio buttor,
Swift Premium sliced
bacon, I-lb. carton OUU
Wilson's certified sliced
bacon, I-lb, carton ...
Rem Nut Oleo,
Nucoa Nut Oleo,
Wllnon'a Nut Oleo,
colored per lb
Lily llrnnd Oleo,
colored, per lb
Wilson's Certified Oleo. ,Ht
colored, per lb li I K
Oem Nut Oleo,
colored, per lb
lied Star Klour,
SI lb. sack
Premium Lard, i lb.
, Premium I-ard, 10 lb.
lb. pall net
Jewell Shortening, 8
lb. pail nnt . . .
pint elio ....
quart alio ....
half gallon nlze
gallon Blue . . .
Solid Pack Peaches,
Solid Pack Illack
berries, per gallon
All makes freah bread,
He loaves for
All makes freah bread.
10e loaves foe
all aim loC
Biuull alzo , . . . .
tall hUu .-
large alzu ......
Haic'a Ix-adtc Milk,
New Ho.id Hlcc.
rolgers Golden date,
Coffee, per lb
Halo's Leader Coffee,
Polar Boar Coffee,
Whlto House Coffee.
St. Nicholas Coffeo,
liroakfast Delight Coffeo r A
per lb . .J4C
nrcaxrasi uciuxo Coffeo
Coffee, per lb
.Maxwell Hntiso Coffee
Qfi Master Coffeo
Nature's Ilcst Cuffeo
Poa Kerry Coffee
3 lb. con White llouso
3 lb. can Old Master
1 lb. can Halo's A A
1oader Coffee for tpJ-sr x
24 lb. ran 1'olgers m- in
(iolden Gate Coffeo OlelO
Wo have nn ezcellcnt asNortiiicnt of froli nnd ilrlcil fnilts nnd
at iist nusT sTUKirr
You come to First street
to save money. Out? ex
penses arc the lowest in
proportion to the busi
ness done of nny store
in the city. This tre
mendous advantage and
other advantages are re
flected in our prices on
fruits and moats. It is
good business for you to
come to 105 East First
street to do your shop
ping. We can afford to
sell for less and there
fore set the pace for the
Eggs, common mn.
Extra selected fresh eggs
in cartons; every C'7
one guaranteed ,ylt
K N"'. 29c
Fancy California f?
Burmuda Onions . . t)C
Rest Sour Red Pitted
Cherries, in No. OCls
2 cans JUiJXu
C. F. G. Poaches in sy
rup No. 212 9Qr
Lippincotts Apple Kutler
in No. 2 9Q
Standard Toma- 10.
Standard - ey
Best Kansas II a r d
lG-oz. Latonia -J On
Baking Powder . AOV
Grandma's Wash- A
ing Powder tcC-
Peet Bros. White OP
Naptha soap, 3 fora-iJi
Dry Salt -t Q
Corn Belt QO
Heavy Rex QKn
Prince Albert ir
Owing to the big crowds
we cannot give our cus
tomers the most prompt
attention but we ask you
to be as patient as pos
sible and you will bo glad
you waited. For the best
service do your shopping
105 East First Street
Phones Osage 4935,
(THE GOOD GOODS
0, E, HAVENS 1
Stores 2 Stores
117 East First St.
Across from Potofflco
Don't bo deceived by mer
chanta who tell you that
they cut down tho high tout
Como to headquarters an l
get prices before you bu
1 caso 100 bam Jrr AJC
P & O. Soap p .Ut
&!T r: 75c
rIvo:y. . 25c
Ivory Soap, f lakes, "J A
per pkg. . . . JLUC
10 Uarn Bob Whlto 17 A. ,
!ood Ilacon, per 3Qc
Compound, per 20C
No. 10 palla (J"1 A A
No. S Palls QA
Co npotind ... eJUtv
No. SO can QQ f(
Compound .... tDt.UU
No. 10 pall I'ure til CH
No. 6 pall (J.-. )if
l'lcnlo Hums, .
per lb ZOC
.No, 2 Tomatoes, QIC 7l
1 cuno 2 doz. . J)ii. )
No. 2 Toniatue, i. .li
1 doz OJL.OO
100 lbu. Hard U? rtf?
Wheat Klour . . ijJD, 0
1 doz, cans Sweet (l- ir
1 doz. cans Early o'l
Juno Pcaa tpXaOO
12 20c cans Pork u- i)r
and IJeans tbJL.zwU
12 10c cans Pork if
and Ilcans DUC
12 15c cans Vakcarap Pork
12 20c cans Vancamp Pork
and Beans (nn
a ; bA.))
1 gal. can Solid Packed
Now York rr-( nn
1 cal. can on
1 gal, can Qp
1 BaL Goose- (T- -t r
lorries 2)1. XU
1 cal, Black- c-j -1 f
1 Bal. Pine- Qf
aPPle ... ODC
1 10-lb. Calumet Baking
r"wdh ... $2.00
1 S5c can Calumet OA
Baking Towder .. OUC
1 rane 4 doz. larce canx
Carnation or Pet rjr
Milk nt . tDU.I 9
One dozen 1 arc cans
Carnation or Tct (T- ne
Ono case, 4 dozen larire
Hales Leader or fjr QfT
Van Camp Milk tDU.OD
12 cans Oil or Mus- nil
tard Sardine aJUC
1 sal. Dark q(-
12 Cans Hcbs ii1
13 large can of rtt;
I'lnk Salmon .. . tDiW.ZD
12 largo cans flQ op
Bed Salmon .. tDOeawD
10 lb, bulk G-i -1 i
10 lbs. Navy Ar
Beans . iOC
3 lbs Extra (p- rr
Good Coffee . fDl.UU
1 lb. Halo's Leader JA
Coffee, this week 1UC
100 lbs, (TQ f
1 bu. 0 lbs. - f
Jcllo. any flavor, IP
per pkp XOC
Quart cans California
Peaches, per (Jrt
Quart cans California
3 No. 2 cans Hed Q-i ff
Pitted Cherries tJl,UU
12 small cans Pet Or
12 cans Van- Q- A r
camp Soups . . tpXerrD
Bulk Peanut But- Orr
tor, per lb JU i C
Sweet Potatoes, per pin
Inrso Oval Shape Sardines
wdth Tomato Sauce, 2)
We operate two of the bst
and largest grocery mar
kets In the city. We buy
In large quantities and can
avo you money at all times.
Wo ltiy Cash nnd Sell
0. L HAVENS
Tulsa's Leading; Storra
Halliburton -Abbott ,Co.
Phono (All Departments) flOOO
Jfernlier of Open Shop (Square Dcnl) Aiwoclatlon
Member Hotter lluwiiicM Bureau
They're Very Good Looking the
Coats at Popular
for Utility Wear
Although designed to bo extremely
ervlcoablc, these coats possess smart
lines nnd retain tho moro deBlrabln
ntylo features. Many, with their huge
collars nnd largo cuffs, have thn
"wrappy" look. Others nra clever,
belted styles, All nrc fully silk lined.
In tan, brown, navy and taupe.
39 JO to 89.50
Wool Riding Habit
Norfolt. and fitted coats with regu
lation trousers reinforced nt wear
ing polntH, coats ullk lined; in
checks, oxfords and browns.
51.50 lo 99.50
Misses' and Girls' Dresses
Mothers are nnxiously engaged In
fitting out their girls for school nnd
college. If they have misses nnd
Junior misses to provldo cloth
dresses for, hero Is n collection of
excellent garments conservatively
What could be moro serviceable nnd ap
propriate than n navy trlcotlne, twill or
serge drees fashioned on smart lines?
These are loosely belted with tunic or
pleated nklrta, some self-trimmed or with
collars or embroidery. Shown in sizes foe
14 to 18 years.
Wo present them ns good values from
every standpoint quality of materials,
style, workmanship and finish. Their In
trinsic worth approximates their prices.
29.50 to 7i0
Misses' Satin Dresses
"Dressy" dresses of brown, navy, or black satin In
youthful modes for nges 14 to IS yearn skirts accordion
pleated, tunic or harem stylo.
49.50 to 690
for Girls 6 to 14
Lovely Fall Dresses
Velvet and Jersey Combined
Some are coat dresses; others havo full pleated
skirts and straight blouses. All nro of tho Wetter
kinds dresses that girls 6 to 14 years like for
their smartness, and mothers prefer them
for their good materials and the service they
22.50 to 39.50
Shop -roartli Hour.
Woolen Goods Specials
Navy Middy Flannel
64-Inch close-woven, soft, rich middy flannel of excel
lent quality for school middles and skirts; In -J AO
navy only. Yard, special Xee70
Wool Tweed Suiting
E4-lnches wide, shown In brown and gray mixtures:
medium weight; a very serviceable cloth for boys'
clothing and girls' coats, O ()f
Yard, special i,ud
64-lnch all-wool, fine men's wear serge. In good weight
for sultA und skirts; shown In novelty weaves, making
pretty checks; In navy and colors. J Ifl
Special .- fteleJ
Vclour Plaid Skirting
64-lnch, strictly all-wool block plaid Velours In medium
weljlit; beautiful materials for sports skirts; (f Af
shown In combination colors. Yard, special. . . . OeJtv
The New Plushes
For Scarfs and Trimmings
Beautiful,' rich plushes that retain their own
identity as plushes or others that pracUcally
are fabric duplications of furs, shown In novelty
weaves and plain colors beaver,, taupe, black,
and rich keraml,
Note: A scarf length Is 18x72 Inches.
Scurf Lengths, 6. 50 to 12 JO
Mlki SfC-iimt Hour.