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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THVKDAl , SEPTEMBER 9, 11)20
Higher Education Course
Is Given to Members
j At Luncheon
ifALK ON EDUCATION
Thrco Prominent Educators
Arc "Instructors" In
' Jtot.irl.ins took a courso In "higher
tluwti n" at their weekly luncheon
...tfrdfiy noon. The lnatructors were
Prof. V'. S. Gray, of tho University
tt Chi igo; 13. 1 KnBieimrui,, m
Columbia (N. Y.) University, and
0 Ii. Pelllnsor, ot Uio Pittsburg.
(Kan.) schools. These thrco prom
inent educators wero guests of 13. 13.
Obtrh j'zer, Bupennii'iiui'iii ui iui.
' acnoois, aim nw uuuca
.fc. tho Kotnry club.
rmf.-or KiiKlrharilt. who wns
cVVir.an of one of the draft boards
dwelt mostly upon tho dtsulosurcs
which were rovealcd to hln through
this position. Ho declared tho fact
thit one out of every four men ex
amined evon In enllghtenod Now
York. America's metropolis could
rot read or write, and that tho
iiaie proportion was physically de
ficient with allmenu that would
hive been cured in many cases
through proper schooling.
He also spoke of tho low standard
of lMrnlng maintained by tho 6C0.
ooo teachers in America. One mil
lion children In this country, ho
mid, are taught by teachers that
liive only an eighth grade education.
A recent Investigation, Professor
Ewlehardt said, dlsclosod that In
.k. iAit of Maine, ono of the oldest
stiles In tho union, tho average wage
paid teachers Is $132 a year.
"How can wo expect our children
to be properly educated when wo
sir Instructors only that amount? I
am glad to say that a similar con
dition doe not prevail down In this
country, out u bi;uum nut ihvihh
Professor Grays address per
illed to obtaining efficiency In
Mjdlne. Ho explained that some
persons are bcSfr readers than
jthcrs because their eyes nrn capa
tt of taklnc in more words at a
riance. , ,
rrnfessor Dclllnger wa.i Intro
Jured as a "buc specialist." How
(ver, his remarks consisted mainly
of amusing stories, well told, because
e the short tlmo illoltcd for his
Mr. ObcrholUer was Itntarlan at
yesterday's luncheon, which was
held In tho tea room of tho Hotel
TuIm. This was tho first club
luncheon to bo held In th hotel for
tlx weeks, due to remodeling of tho
lining room. Tho Y. IV. C, A. cym
iinlum hss been uod slnco-tho hotel
Ilnlns room wa cloaca. t
Mehtnlnc Kills Sinn.
AMARII.LO. Texas. Sept, 8.
Newhall Rrock. 24, of Boston, was
killed today when struck by u bolt
of llchtnlntr whllo working on a
ranch north of here.
Fine for any occasion CAMP.
BELL'S CAPITAL. CAKES, 10c at
Aged Doctor Killed
In Crash Following
An Automobile Race
Itticlnir with a lAird proved fatat
to ttr V. IJ. Nichols, lis South
Vlcto.-, about 4 o'clock yesteidny
Nichols was driving a stripped
Ford and won racing wrst on Ad
miral with an unidentified car, eye
witnesses said. In about the mid
dle of the teu hundred block tho
steering gi-nr on tho Ford broke
and It crashed into n large wagon
driven by W. 8. Shields. Careen
ing off of the wjRon tho Ford
turned tttrtlo and pinned Nichols
underneath. Ho was pulled out
mid rushed to tlfe hospital but
died about thirty mlnutccc later
without regaining his senses.
T)r. Nichols wtU about 60 years
old. Ho came to Tulsa from Ca
toosa about a year ago and was not
well known to tho local medical
profession. At a lato hour last
night It was Impossible to locate
any ot his relatives but It Is
thought that his wlfi teaches
Mjhool In Hod Fork. Funeral ar
rangments are being delayed un
til his relatives can bo located.
BEGIN REVIVAL SERVICES
Hcv. Allcrt Hoan, Itoturncil Mis.
fclonary, Will French Tonight.
Kvangollstlc services to bo con.
ducted by Hov. Albert Uean. recently
a missionary to Alaska irom tno
Frco Methodist church will begin
this evening in tho basement of tho
mission or Hcdeomlng Love now un.
dor construction nt 107 South Hon
ton. Tho revival will contlnuo for a
fortnight or over.
Miss Minnie It. Hlland sitpcrlnlen
dent ot tho. mission, was called from
tho city yeitcrday ovonlng to attend
tno dedication or one or tno duuu
lngs of tho McKlnncy Junior collcco
at McICinnoy. Texas. Two hundred
ministers and leaders nt tho Froo
Methodist church have been Invited
to tho dedicatory exercises by tho
president of tho Institution. Ilishop
Sellew of Now York was expected to
bo ono of tno guests.
Ellen Reen Kersey
thaciikr or l'lANO
formerly Teacher tn
ISO'S S. linltlmore I'liooo Cnl.ir 1J
Uonr bull wllhMt aaeetloo
If HUNTB 8W. dJ In th.
tr. tra.nl f ITCU, ECZKMA.
RINOWORU, rUTTBR or
O t h r ftfihla Alft dlMtML
Tfy n not torn ml out risk.
coLONiAn nuno cosrrANY
W. C. T. U. WOMEN
Many Tulsa Delegates to
Represent Unions at
County Convention I
Delegates from tho Women's
Christian Temperanro unions of
Tulsa will leave thti morning to at
tend tho thirteenth annual county
convention at Hkt.itnok Thursday anil
i riuay. Tho convenlon will bo cnllod
to order nt 10:30 o'clock this morn
ing In tho school auditorium by Mrs,
Limn u. i.insiiy, county president.
Representatives from the North
Bldo V. T. V. v.111 bo ns follows:
Mrs, Illehard W. ntirkhart. presi
dent; Mrs. T. II. Itastlo, vice presl-
ticnt; .Mr. 13. lj. Clulnw, treasurer)
Mrs. I,. A. Hurst, tlelHgHle-nt-large:
Mrs. J. McCrneken, Mrs. H J. Coles.
Delegates from the Fast Side union
who will leave tliln morning nro
Mrs. Ida II. Wygant, Mrs. A. C.
Itancroft. Mrs. 8. 12. Porter, Mrs. W.
O. Format! and Mrs. Percy Thorn
ton. Itemnlnlng delegates who will
no to Sklatook tomorrow are Mes
dames U Medlen, I.. A. White, C.
Campbell. 13. M. Htroud. J. W.
Jones, A. C Wood. Flla Decker and
13. I. (Illmore. Mrs. Mary Chappie,
delcgate-nt-lnrgeVfrnm the Central
union, and Mrs. A II Huh! will bo
nccompanled by several other mem
bers of the union.
REAL ESTATE MAN
Feels Better Than in 28 Years
"Nothing Beats Tan
lac," He Says
"Nothing In tho world can beat
Tanlaa as a modiclnc," said A. F.
Parr, ot 4C1S Park Blvd.. Kan Diego,
CaL Mr. llarr is ono ot tho best
known and highly esteemed real e
tate, loan and Insurance men of San
"I am feeling better nnd Btrongor
than lor 28 yearn," ho said, "and
can't tnako my endorsement ot Tan-
lao too btrong.
"My troubles started with indices
tlon and i;as on my stomach, then
my nerves wont to pieces and at
times I couldn't ucaj- peoplo tallunc
in my presence Nothing I could do
scorned to help mo and I remained
tn this condition twonty-two years.
I fell oft in weight to a hundred and
nine pounds and got ea I couldn't
slepu at night: my stomach swelled
up with gas after, nearly every meal
and 1 became so weak I had to clvo
up my business almost entirely. I
tried everything I know of but didn't
even got temporary relief.
"Ono day my doctor said: "Why
don't you try Tanlao? I bellova it
wlU hlp you." I acted on his sug
gestion at onco and beforo I finished
tho first bottle I was astonished at
tho way I had Improved. I kept on
getting better right along until now
I am a well man, after suffering
moro than a quarter of a century. I
eat anything, my stomach and nerves
ara In excellent shapo and I have
mora strength nnd energy than for
twonty-fivo years. My recovery is
the talk of tho neighbors, and If
anyone doubta this tell them to sea
ho or wrltej me."
Tanlao Is sold M Tnlsa. exclusive!
4tiy tho Quaker and Puritan Drug
. 'THOUSANDS VISIT
m,m New Program ARMOUR DPFNINfi.
..... , , , I II IMIU V I I W,
once bag mat
Dope Fiend a Arc
rTVi DfMifrnt. Alnlnrlnl nmia
Tnko nnovirs TAsTPt.nsn Mim
TONIC It destroys all malarial
germs In tho blood, nnd removes
uin impuriuvrt. iijiuvr.fi iairi
MISS chill TONIC Strengthens nnd
PlllMff tin Otn fcVftfom liv ltir!f vlnir
and Enriching tho lltood You can
soon reel its atrengtnening, invigor
ating Kffect. COc Advt.
For the purpose of outlining a
prog-nm of activity for the salva
t tt tt Army advisory board of Tulsa
county for the enmhxr rar,
Ini ftlng of the rutin' t 'iir, lias
been tailed to meet at noun today
in the Kennedy lestaunit.t A te
port on tho iroent state ponen
tlon of advlviry boards in Okla
homa City will bo Klven by Mr.
Hurttnan, who attended as a ileln
gate from Tulsj and rnme Inek
with a definite prigram looklnK
toward (he solution of some ot
this county's most perploxltitc prob
lems. Members-of th beard ro:
Mnvor T. I. Fvaos, It. V. Smith,
John ltogers. Alva ,!. Nlles. J.
llurr OlbbrtiH, lloisro Hi llumm, '
X. rj. lletithorne, Kalph Ta'lmt,
J. M. Heed, N. It ( I rn lio n, 1. (1.
Long, fleorae lteevis, H, A. lloss,
nnd I.ei. i.rvi'rlnr
Asks $2,200 Damages
When Auto Hits liuggg
Damages of $2,200 wero asked In
a suit filed In district court yrnter
rlny by Charles Fry against Ooldle.
Marcus, Fry alleging the defendant
ran hor automobile tuto a hortc and
buggy he was driving. As the result
tho petitioner was thrown to tho
road on South Owasso avenue, pain
fully injured, tho buggy wrecked and
the liorso so badly frightened that
It has not since that tlmo passed an
nutomoblto without atcmptlug to run
Refreshments Arc From
Products of the
Several thousand persons were
tho gubits ot tho Iccnl 'Armour
management at tho formal opening
ot the new Tulsa plant on North De
troit avimuo yesterday when they
wero privileged to inspect from
tMuwment to roof tho second best
plunt of Its kind tho company has
In operation In this country.
"On tho second floor tho Armour
products worn iliHplsjeil 111 at"
ttiietlvo booths and If anybody left
wie oiiuoing iioiik) " wn i,iiitu,ii
a fault of their own. Sandwiches
mado of rlieese, limit, peanut butter
and other Armour products worn
generously given out and theso
could bo washed down by copious
drinks of Armour's orango Julco
and grnpo Julco.
Ileforo being fed. Jiowever, tho
guests wero taken through tho en
ttro Institution and saw for thetti-
sehvs how linm Is flunked nnd
i snusngn made right hero In Tulsa.
1 II. M. McKay is the local mali
Kasy to decide on desort Just get
one of OAMPIIFI.tVH CAPITAL
C1CF.S. 20o at flrocers. Advt.
"Dope heads" nro said by puller
to be lsrgcly responsible for the
numerous petty thefta whli li havo
occurred In Tulsa In ever ini'iuis
lug number during tll list few
weeks. l'.ry detective ami plain
clotlinsmnn on tint Jorce has been
Instructed to pick up suspected
characters. Pollco offlcltiln doel.iro
that when the known "dopn
heads" nro in Jail theftH will d
Klx thefls havo occurred since
last Huml.iy with iv total loss of
nliout $2,000. 1 lumen and subur
ban stores Hro the sufferers. Cloth
ing, silverware, money and other
valuables wero taken. AccordltiK
to thn pollco, tho "dope fiends '
will Mtenl anything In order to get
money to buy "dopej
, TO BEGIN FRIDAY
Registration Is Expected,
to be Completed by
lli'glstratlon for tho first
semester nt Kendall coltego yes
terday ultll both dormitories
crowded to capacity and moms be
Ing found In Kendall dlrlct for
young women and young men from
out of tho city.
'Prtitnv will lift i1nvntf.il n v rtiiKli.f.1 v
..... .... ........... .
Ho enrollment. Classen will liciclnl
tomorrow. A hnrt chapel eerWce
for the mnktig of announcements j
will bo hold at O'tO o'rloik l'rldayi
moriiiniif, but tio first formal
'lisp-l Hireling ivlll net take place,
until next week
Tho first faculty meeting waa
lield jestcrday. Instructors who ar
med during tho Jay were Miss 1
len Itlrhardson, physical director
for women. Mlsn Mora Jlenedlct,
Hpanlsh Instructor, Mlsd Kata M.
l'tiiti, head of tho home economies
ilepiiitnietit. Mls4 AcIimIi Oamhle,
insti'iii-tor of F.tiMlfn 111 the acade
m, still Mikr Avu Allison, Instruc
tor In public Action! music.
Profesor John Know lea Weaver,
bend of the eonerv .tory of music,
will Klvn nil organ rrcital In tbn
rolled auditorium n I odoiK
MuiuIhv afternoon. Tin- nl be Uio
first of it serie ot trRiin recitals
to lie given each month.
Marv (i Mi'Letulon, a pioneer suf
frscist In (ieorRln, telepraphed a
proti nt tonight to Secretary of
Hinto Colby, beraiifcj she, In com
mon with other (Icorgla women,
wan denied the privilege of voting
In tuday s stuto-wldu deiiinc'ratla
school boys or girls
like for lunch
" ifimii I1 ,
Cakes of wonderfully fine
flnvor and with a delicacy
quite unusual in a food prod
uct placed on sale in stores.
Made in six varieties, offering
a flavor to please each and
Price 20 Cents
Ask Your Grocer
The world owes a debt ol gratitude to the
tuthor of the now f amoui MatmoU Pre.
cription, and isttill more indebted for the
reduction of thlsharmleM.effectiveobc-jity
remedy to tablet form. They are to con
venient to take, and as pleasant as candy.
One after each meal nnd at bedtime will
? lulckir reduce your weight, two. three or
our pounds a week, and leave no evil
tirh fta tnn flihhv 1ln anrt tin.
B sightly wrinkles. Just go on eating what
you like leac exercise to tu- athletes-"
tae rour iitue mulct as direct ea ami soon
you wiii be your natural aril, cloaked In
firm flesh and trim muscles. Marmola
Prescription Tablets may now be obtained
at all drug stores, or by writing direct Co
the Marmola Co.. 92 Garfield Building.
Detroit, Mich., and their reasonable price
one dollar for a Rood auu box leaves
no excuse for dieting or violent exercise
for the reduction of the overtat body to
w il I have Pe digrc e d
Persian Cats and Kit
tens on display and for
sale today, Friday and
Mrs, DeHavcn's Flower Shop
518 South Main
For the Vigorous Boy Theso '
Extra Value Suits
.75 $10.75 $QQ.75
in one or two pants models
School suits that arc strictly all-wool well-made in attractive styles for
fall and winter. The new mixtures and colors are shown in high
quality suits, including Wearpledge suits and Sampcck suita eiiita
that arc guaranteed to give entire satisfaction. All sizes, 7 to 18 years.
English Corduroy Suits
$10.50 $12.50 to $18.50
Of finest quality corduroy that will not become stiff or crack. These
arc unusually fine suta for school wear as they are extremely durable
and well made satisfaction is guaranteed. All sizes, 7 to 18 years.
Remnants Onc-IIalf Price Until Noon
' of Wool or Silk
V and ever s
I' , - ' . .''Ml in-7Y
ii - iS
- - .. f "
jlu u - m mKJlf
1 DR. STOTTS 1
Students of tho styles will promptly .
observe where the artist-creators
have received much of tho line and
color inspiration for these frocks for,
The Moycn Age, the Egyptian, tho
Empire, tho "1880' each of these
stylo periods have ample representa
tion in the display offered for open
Serges, tricotines, satin charmeuse,
chinchilla satin, and many other
charming fabrics lend additional
charm to styles that are considerably
above tho average.
Of particular interest arc the trim
mings of braids and beads, for they '
further enhance and serve to com
plete and compliment tho style lines.
Wool Dresses from $30 up to $150.
Cillr niwQqnci frnm R5?n un tn S.9.00. I
kJalJs. .aa wswuswhs a va ivv If
llrwi Section Tlilrcl I'loor.
-In anticipation of the usual ac
tive demand for these popular
garments, we innounco com
-An appreciated feature of "Bob
Evans" middys are tho guaran
teed fast colors.
Galatea in white, blue and red
plain and with contrasting color
collars. .Priced from $3 to ?G.
-Wool Middys in blue, red and
green. Priced from $9 to .1h.
Childrens Gingham Dresses $3.45 5
Ages from 2 to 14 years. ,
Made of good gingham in fancy plaids antl plain colors.
Long and short sleeves, bolted and plain models
finished with touches of hand embroidery.
Regularly to $4.50.
Children's Wcnr Sooontl I'loor.
210 Illchards Illde.
Third nnd Ilowtnn
Formerly of Hot
niood, Kkln. Oenlto-L'rlnary
nnd Venereal Diseases und
penernl office nr.irtlce
Serums, Vaccines, Klectncnl
riiiuie Omiku Hill
cifforH tho best l)in of (iune
men for the work ou liino to
tin. Tills Is tho iii'iny of
lliein seriiro un eiliicotlon.
I'lionu I' . Krlimldl or th'l
colU'Ko. Omiro 2(1C." or II. I'uy
lllxon nt tlio Y. M. V. A.
Dsn Re I HOI).
New Fall Patterns at
20, 25 and 30 Cents
Paper & Paint Co.
312 i:, Second St. rhono 7321