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TULSA DAILY WOULD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1920
Mounds Will Hold First
of Township Fairs
HEALTH IN SCHOOLS
fl-Ajtntif Ina Will Ha Wnbmi I
This Year to Prevent
Al'l'M'A. S?cpt. 9. -B'KlnnlnR to.
morrow the township fairs to ho
hUl n Crock roiinty will begin.
The f.ttr (O bo hold at Mounds will
Kt on tho 13th, anil nt l)ep-v on
th 12 13 At 1Mb fair tho exhibits
U be shown from I)epw, Hitnny
iop anil lakeside Tho fnlr lit
ghmriTt will lr the 10-1 1; nt Brls
I. w hi lOtJi, anil exhibits will lie
t tli fa.r from llrlstow, Creek and
F.U' hf' A township fnlr will ho
he i nt "I.ve on tho 1 1th The rx
i winning the prizes at these
m hii fairs will hp entered nt tho
coin" fair to bo held In Kapiiipu
Sptrmicr 15-11. Those to bo on
trrrl .re fnrm products, poultry. IIVo
itork unil school exhibits. Tin1
irhO'Mi will enter work In urt, pon
m ship nnil nt least om school lit
to r' P'lt 'ho work accomplished by
the b Is n tho domestic science
, r. Hchool 41, with Mrs. Pox.
Mia l'aiiooek arid Minn Curtis as
(cithers wi:i have work on oxhlhllii
of towing anil canning of fruits anil
vpjr- 'a tlr Kxlcnslvc plans lire be
Hut made to makr the county falr'a
lu'crat. and nil ready exhibits of
f.irm products arc arriving for tho
SAPITA. Sept. 9. Health service
U to bo emphasized this your In the
Sapalp.i nchools, accordlnc to nn
announcement made today by 8u
ptr.ntendrnt ,1. It, llarton. 11c
i'a'cd that stntlstlOM showed that six
ptr cent of tho failures, 7 per cont
of ihc reurdatlon, nnd 3 per cent
of the elimination in schools iiro duo
li Jisllv remedial physical defects
antf easily ivoldablo; epidemics pf
(Hseane. Although phslcl.ins nnd
Khnnl nurses rendered Invnlunhln
aid I ist year In checklnR tin- rpread
of diphtheria, when a disastrous epi
demic was Imminent, unl ulso
atamped out Ip tho beginning tho
tpread of a lonthsomo skin dlsoafe.
It Is planned that much more will bo
accomplished alone line of arrest
ing ph) ideal defects which Impede
the progress of the purals In school
and prrent the development physi
cally, mentally and morally.'
Iltcautc ho deserted her shortly
after their marrlane, Mario Mat
thews hss sued Hlchard Matthews
for a dltorce.
Three bullilliiB permits worn li
med today to 11. K. (loss, to build
two residences, each to cost J3.B00,
and to be completed by Ilecembor 1.
and to K. Abel to build a gnragn
eoatlnR 500, nt 1310 Kant McLcrd
tun no snuety and Salvation Army
h'ie were taken up and. favorably
considered at a ifieellnic hold last J
n.ht h the chamber of commerce I
The matter of so many automobiles ;
neitiK stolen In Pfipulpn was Io con
slilereil and remedies were dlncnssed,
Home members were of the opinion
that If n more HKld enforcement of
irlmbial laws were made. It would
Krcatly diminish the evil An In
surance man present stated that dur
Im; the past year the company had
lost eoo per cent more than the pre
miums totaled The inlKlttlnn of
sumc of the pmed streets was dls
iilsstil and the secretary, J. II. N
I'obb was directed lo inke up this
mutter with the clt Hiithorltles nnd
acrtaln what Improvements could
The Y. V. C. A. of Hapulpa Is to
formally organise tomorrow nrht nt
7.30 In tho public library audito
rium limit r the niii",lcei of Frances
llothuell, field secretary for towns In
Texas, Oklahoma and N'ew Mexico,
and Mrs. Charles Whllnker, chair
man of the provisional committee.
This mooting will tic an open one
and Invitations have boon extended
to all Rlrls ami young women In Ka
pulpa. Mrs. Whltaker will Introduce
Miss llothwell and reports from Mrs,
Joe Allen, Mrs. O. H. fhaffer, Mrs.
Catherine Klsson, and Mrs. Arthur
Muck, are to bo made at this meet
ing. Mlwt I'M tin Tyle, lnornl score
lary of tb. Tulia Y W. C. A., will
speak on "What Is the Y. W. C, A."
and Kllmibetli Andrews, local secre
tary, will speak on "What tho Y, M.
c A Means to a Community." A
constitution Is to he adopted at this
meeting nnd a board of directors to
ISt.OSO 41 fop Ihc ne.tiH.ml i
day of the previous .ek
Deputy Sheriff Mel Howmnn Is
suffering with a severe case of liav
Mp. and Mrs II T Mitchell lme
returned from a s x weeks' trip to
California, Oakland, Han Francisco
and Los Atigelcn, weiT Vlsllrd.
Allco P. Miller has filed fop n
divorce from William P Miller In
hep petition she charges that thoy
wore married In 1910 In New York
city, and that he abaiidnned her In
Act-il Mnn Mil liy Anlo.
nirriiitii:, Hept. a wi.iie opom-
Ins n street In the business district
today Wllllim ltiieh, aged 70, ho
came conftiMeil and darted In front
of a largo automobile lie was
knocked down, one leg crushed nnd
intejjial Inlurlns sustained
Hill Harris was arrested last night
for striking his sister-in-law Suslo
Hummer In the eye. Ho was ar
rested by policeman It. U bnmpkln
and mado a (30 bond that he for
feited this mornliiK by non-appoar-aiico
in police court. In event the
Injury to Miss I'lummer's eye be
comes Kcilous, criminal charges will
bu preferred against him. Dr. J. V.
Hoover who canto to court this
morning could not say whether th
sight was permanently destroyed or
A canvas UTiow going on In Ha
pulpa for rooms to house tho dele
gates nnd visitors who will be here
during tho Woman's Christian Tem
peranco I'nlon state convention, to
boUield nt the Methodist, Kplscopal
chilrchj September 21-24. Tho en
tertainment committee Is componed
of Mrs. Klla MnthK Mrs I It. Trex
lep, Mrs. Kmery Jennings, Mrs. A. I'.
Crawford, Mrs. M Stone, nnd Mrs.
J It Miller. This Is to bo tho first
fize convention to he held hero, al
though Mrs. Abide Illllcrman has
been president of this organization
for many years.
Ididtow Clem, charged with adul
tery, wns nrralgned yesterday after
noon nnd pleaded not guilty. His
bond wns made nnd set at (1,000 b
fore he was telcased.
Edith Stratton filed suit for di
vorce this morning from Itobert
Stratton, alleging that he refused to
permit her to attend church. Other
charges wore thnt ho encouraged hla
sister to stay in their home without
Iicp consent and that his sister kept
late hours nnd associated with ne
groes and Indians.
Tho prnpoted drives of the 1 1 It
Hapulpi hank clearings fop today
aro J166.lfiP.lS, as compared with-
is ringing on BVD.'s
Of course we hnvc customers who
wear light weight underwear the
year 'round and brag about it.
Rut we're taking it for granted that
you aro not relate to September
Morn and thatou would rather
have a wee bit heavier underwear
this time of year and brag about
We're ready now and it's not a
bit too early if you get up early.
Carter Union Suits
. in Medium Weights.
$2'o T0 $io
12 ESCAPE DEATH
Motor Cars Passed Across
Just Before Span at
Norman Gave Way
Up Awwlilfd I'reiM Ut wlfr
NORMAN". Oklu k Sept . -Twelve
persons had n narrow esoapu
from Injury nnd possible death to
day When tho span nt the west end
of tho hrldgn over tlio Nurth Cn
imdla'i river, foup miles west of
hern, dropped Into the water Drills
piled up h flood wnltr had weak
ened the span, and It Ml Jinl after
threo motor oars v i'h thelp 13 pas-
Heni-PPS had passed over tho
The rlvci- l roiitiniiing lo rise
.....I 1 .Uift. n fHll,tM .l.ttt-li
stream tnrtiiv. I !1,,r H fr' falrv law
., i . i ... ....... ,.,.. .....i. here
Is bolliK' doloitrod from Nui-iiinn In
Noble, and Lexington and then to
Killers In Cmifervmv.
M'AI.HHTIIIt, Sepl. - Pop thn
first time In Km liwoiy the annual
gathering of the presldlt'g eldeis of
the Methodist ehhrili. hoiiiIi. the
entiferciics held bote Tuesday was
attended hv th entlr mferenre
lllshop Kiluln I) Mmir.Kii ppi Mded
Si'IiooIh Mil) .Vol Oiicii.
NOltt.H, Mipt. A elh uperln-
lenueni ana nign seno'ti instriicionf
must be iihtnimd befori' .M.'iiday
next If the public schools urn to
open on thn' date, srcoidlng to mem
hers of the "i hool huurd.
.Mentttiel I'nlr SpletiibiT II.
MlS'TINIIt., Hept 3 Tho firet
aitenii to hub! township falls nil
Will t made
Senleinlier II IS. niitliininu
ii ik ami iinitu k tiiiwislilpa A purse
of II 301) hni been l a It-i d f,.i nr..
rmiuniK The countv fair is to !., lw.1,1
at Cordell Utnr III the week,
N'i'n liiiliislrli-N lor lllilileiivllle i
Hoi PKW II.I V. Sirt 9. --TwT
glass f.iiimlcM ami a fimir mill will I
bs In-rated tiere In the tit-nr tnlut-,. I
aoeorilliiK to Ihu comiriltton of th
I. Inns rluli.
ICnst t'eiilrnl .Nnriiinl.
A'M-Kepi. 3 Katt Cetitial Nor ' appointment.
hi. n m iiin.1 hip in it ainiiii iisii
heie Tucsdtt) wuh a la r 1(1 n
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Pajamas and Underwear
The House of Kuppenhcimer ClothcH
Tulsa's Livest Leading Men's Store
6 to 9lA 1 1 Notice to
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HfiHi-iiixin, Hi'plenihi'r t, for
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