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title: 'The Morning Tulsa daily world. (Tulsa, Okla.) 1919-1927, October 22, 1920, FINAL EDITION, Page 11, Image 11',
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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920.
jrontnn .'rsy It Is my duty
to turn my InoU upon tin mpo
siblc. mid set my face toward tho fu
ture with full nope tor ii milti'il unit
eotmtructlvc plnn In jiur world af
f.uro. It Ih in this bii nil- iitlllutlK that
tuitions of l.uropc nro now fcind,
n;td It Ih In thiK atlltudn that tli'
overwhelming m.tjjrlty of' the A hut
twin people hnvc fixed tliulr deter
mination. "To inn It appears tliuj -It In' the
duty nf America mill AJnerlrann to
m't goijil examples to tho world. An
rorillnAly t hnvn conscientiously sug
gested measures foXtho reinstate
ment it coiihtltutionalgoverntuiml to
tcplnci- thi false label of democracy,
Willi Ii ha masked an Unparalleled
ccutiHllenilnn of power m tlio ox
oiutlw. I have been preaching the
gim,ei f less government In busi
ness ami In mine IhihIiiokh In
Rovrrtiim nt. I have been link
lug iViiK'i it-JiiiH to Join In a pillck of
H'll furw.ud contrurtlvoly In the
iniini'r,itlnii and deelnpmellt of our
natm.uil resources In the uplifting of
our fori Ikii trad" iind our morrhant
murine, in Ihn proffl'r mcasiiies for
main). lining Din Jicjilth of our
Alnrrl. an agriculture In thr Immcdl
ate solution of tho problems which
(llst'iil. our Iniliinl rl.il poaru to the
detriment of all of uh.
"I hac bech preaching the i:oii
jnl f .i united Amorlia under nn i1
mli f iltmi and government whlih
OF OIL WELL MEN
Two Days' -Session Opens
for JSmployes of Big
Delivers Address on Cooper
ation; Banquet Closes
Meeting of 2 State3
PricMrnlly nil members of tho
corm crcial orranlzatlnn of tho Oil
Well supply company, Including atoro
.nanagorn, Bnop Ilircmuil aim murn
. nrn attending the annual dls
ir convention of thin company,
Bju opened Thursday morning for
a tw "'' resslon.
In the mlilcontlncnt district, for
wfc. i Tulsa in hoadiiuartcrs, this
cnnraiy owna nnit operates 23
gtor located In every town and
city Uaccnt to tho oil fields. Tho
tllsM t Is comprised of Oklahoma
ml Kansas. Its mammoth new
,p was only recently oomplotod i
hero to allow for tho expansion In
All business sessions nro held In
tho municipal auditorium, whoro a
generally interesting program Is be
ing carried out. Talk, havo been
or nro to bo mado on, practically
very phase of tho company's busi
ness, Including accounting, collec
tions and credits, machlno shop,
talcs department, traffic and othor
Louis C. Sands, vlco president of
tho company, of Pittsburgh delivered
an address Thursday nfternoon on
"Co-opcrntlon Between Offlco nnd
Branch Stores." Ornnt Ilubloy, nec
rftary. also of Pittsburgh, spoko on
"Manufacturing Plants," J. D.
jyimc, district .manager, with head
quarters In Tulsa, addressed tho con
vention on "Oil Well Products."
Kmploycs and guests gathered at
the high school auditorium nt 7:45
o'clock Thursday night to witness
moving pictures mado by companies
from which tho Oil Well Supply com
pany buys part of Its products.
Friday will bo given ovor to
pucsts who represont rvarlous manu
facturing concerns and who will
Bpeak on their products. Tho con
vention will closo Friday night with
a banquet at tho Kennedy restaurant.
Boy Captured in Act
of Si catnip Auto Is
in Jail for Hearing
Albert Itichnrdson, a 17 year old
youth held for tho poltco by
(leorgo J I. Stratton when tho lat
ter Haw the boy attempt to drive
away In titration's car, entered u
plea of not guilty nt his arraign
ment Thursdny before JunUco
H. J. Oray and wan committed to
Jail undrr bond of $ 1,000 for pre
liminary hearing October 26.
Stratton, agent tor a sowing ma
chlno company with offices at 111
East Second street, saw Hlehard
son tampering with tho car Wed
nesday afternoon. Tho boy en
tered tho car nnd xvns preparing to
tlrlvu away, after making several
nttcmptsto start tho motor, but
woh previmted by the owner of lie
auto. Tho car ownorsated to the
county uttorncy that ho was not
anxious to prosectitn KIch trdsou,
but A. Nlcodenuis, assistant county
attorney, who handled tho case,
rocommonded that Hlchardson bo
hold for further Investigation if
not for prosecution.
Kunernl services for H. J. John
son, 76 ycar:T old. 211 South May-
boll, who died at Ilrlstow Inst Tucs
day whllo on n visit rhero will be
held at 2 o'clock this afternoon from
the Mowbray chapel. Johnson Is
surrtrod by throe daughters Mrs.
Vernctta Dawson. 214 South May
bell. MrH. Kfflo Dawson of Yale,
Okla.. nnd .Mrs. Stella Harrison. 314
South Klwond and threiiwms, Kred
and Hny Johnson of Yule ind Wade
Johnson of Hatcliffe, Arl:. Inter
mtnt will bo In Oakluwn.
a. ir. Parser. 20 years dd. of Oil
ton, died last night at a local hos
pital after a brief illness. Funeral
nrrnncenunts havo not boon mado
pending the arrival of his futhcr, C
E. Parker, from Ollton.
FOR TREE FUND
Less Than 100 Signed Up
But Legion Officers
Tulsnnn nro tespondlng generous
ly to tho appeal of tho American
I.oglon to "plnnt a trco" along ltlv
csldo memorial drive on Ariulstle.o
iy for n, soldier who lout his llfo
In tho wtfrld war, Whllo Ichh than
100 persons havo signified their In
tention of planting a tree, officers
OI 1110 legion nnsnoi oouovo uiero mere matter nf mitt
will bo a lark of name by the iahTUtnpl to othent, w- will be blame.
EFFORT TO BLIND
v VOTERS CHARGED
COS'TINCKII rilti.M PAfllt ON)!
coilHtructlvp to show wllHHRttpHrt to
consult Anieriea. tii harmonlie
Ainerlen, to ronsult the bent opinion
or America, the senate of the I'nlted
States and the will of the people. I
do not find any litsMrtitlon In carry
ing on thlt campaign mo :ia to main
tain a hopeless division of opinion.
"Do not bo deceived Vy any em
phnMH which Is placed upon our obli
gation to the outside world unp"."i
that emph.isls Is given with the bent
of faith. Wo are not fulfllm our
grentet duty even to the outside
world, by allowing gross misman
agement of ourtiwn nffnlrs to sot n
bad oxnniple n everybody. An a
mere matter of suiting a nnd ex
of next week. There will bo no per.
sonal solicitation donors of trves
miiHt glvo them voluntarily.
"I do not bellovo there should bo
personal sotleltntlon In nucha matter
an this," Horaco Hngan, past slnto
commander of tho legion, saw
Thursday. "There should bo plenty
of citizens who are willing and
anxious la plant a tree for somo
young follow In his prime who gavo
bin llfo that wo Inlght enjoy free
Plans are nbout completed for
tho Armistice day parnde nnd cele-
brntlon, tobo held under tho nus
pices nf tlm legion, i -
flrand TXHlgo to Cnpltnl.
"Oklnhoma City wntt awarded tho
1921 Oklahoma I. O. O. V. grand
lodgo meet at tho session which
closed at Muskogco Wednesday,"
Hall Tumor, court treasurer, of
Tulsa county said yesterday. "Tho
Tulsa delegation nt tho meeting
threw its voto to Sapulpa, which wns
a candldaio for next years' meeting,
but Oklahoma City won tho honors.
Tho lodgo passed a resolution for
tho establishment of hospital wards
at both tho I. O. O. F. homca In tho
state, located at Carmen and at
Stops Corn Pain Inatantly and
Removes Them Completely.
Vhfthcr your "p't Ms nn top or b
twffn the tmu, no matter how blir or hnw
umall or hnw 'tandpr,' thre drops of
"lti-K" will Ufti you right out of your
in Ii cry.
, ... . . V-
iou ii enjoy the ;
rich Maple Flavor
Three Sixes at Grocer's
Only pure Aspirin is arc to use.
Meyer Aspirin is absolutely pure
the name Meyer on every tablet is
the guaranty of purity by the largest
drug house in the world, of 68 years'
Only packaged drugs are certain to be
pure. All the household drugs you
use you an get in original packages,
a certificate of test in each package.
It is just as easy to ask for 'Meyer drugs
and get pure, packaged drugs.
Your druggist Bellthem.
Meyer Brothers Drug Company
Tkl Lariat Drut Ilouit in tht fforld.
farttol Uti of
Prrexldr o( Ilydroga
Tinctuit of lodln
Crtam of Tartar
lillk of Hiiniili
Uc. : Acid
rbotphato ol Soda
Look for th
Tb Odr War to Cur Corn U ,to
Robot ft. with "CaWt"
Tou will UuKh In fe how oulcklv vour
corn lets go Its grip, how It curia rlicht
ui uml dlca ao you ran lift It off with
your flna-era. lt' folly and nonarnn to
para ana trim a corn trying to raao its
pnin wnrn "UcuIl" will taally rid you
of It entirely.
"llctii-ll" la ania at all druc atorra and
coat but a IrUlr. Your monry back on
raqurai. .mli. ty j: i.awrrnco it Co.
worthy Indeed, aim nation, If we nl
lowed the prodigality and waste nnd
bad general management, which has
brought tfs to tho verge of djyHtcr,
DoniiKTatli- lYogrntn I'li.-Aiin'rlcnn.
"I havo been unwilling to accept
the democratic program bccimxe It
Is not only un-Ainerlean nnd unwise
but beeauso It Is wholly Impontlble of
fulflllm nt und slmplS' t mix to keep
the American people In a It rmiuit of
Nature is on
Mill. .... "
"IT x ,
I I ..a.
For this sturdy blend of wheat and
malted barley supplies body and
brain with' just the elements oF
nutrition that Nature demands
for health and vigor.
Grape--Nuts is a Sugar Saver
'There's a Reason'
Made "by Postum Cereal Co. Inc.. Battle GeelcMich.
Coming Off Our Shelves
1 i "
Women's Low Shoes
M'priMer.ts Mil the piopb . fonnvi'ts al.
the people, nnd, mi f.) an Is pniMlib",
Is (id'iiiulHtered b those who lust
eXpiiHh i he Interi'it of nil the pi nple.
Men i hni (hat. I want In emph.ialae
pai;iMii irly that we tmntt irservo
lirti' In AniiTlru 1 119 opportunity for
"in man, woman . nl clillil who
pre.iird for It, to take aitvitutHgo of
our Aim Mean eiuinl opportlltilty.
Ili StvUn Under tinidliik'.
1 Meek iiudrrsUiini'. x unit nbovo
all 1 wek uudetslaliilii g of the lie
mwiii for eoilservnlioi. f our ho
le, hi ren'iiirei s. It is thin under.
inillng which has muds nn- do-
'..ire for new stninlsrili m AimTiei,
of health, n w Itmpiiiitli 1 tor l.'
'ion. new 01 giiiiUatlon in .nirn-
inint.'Ho that tho pmiiie.in .f .11. r
luiiniiii renourees oiili be deiiK with
.nut with soinefhlng more t hull wonln
t have taken a step In i.l1nrr by
snggexllni: that we rn-nl .1 ili-iml-
mint of publle welfii'" timlir our
i iivi riimi nl. I want ,n 'uii i -r
1 nr yni ! In III 1 nut t v 1 11. 1 irp.
nn ' iti 11 of women 1 1 meet
hi prili t the Intrri'Hi 1 Vinil
eon u 111 111 anil the A11 h I t.
I want a pioper iidnrnUi Uli.i of
Urn full iniiimiie of riro end reeiin
penre to the milliters and n.tilori l.'llo
lirt siiP.eiid 111 the illMii of tl.el
"1 want to abolish terrorism In
A met lea, 'iml the raid, brutal nlglit
stlekn and rrarlmn 1 want nn Amer
ica that Is liner flabby nor Hiipllie
ly neiitlmei.ini 111 tho enforcement of
our tans, or In lax protection of our
Institutions, t want an America in
continue where childhood hn a
right to happlijcHM, motherhood to
healt'i, everyone to education and
all Ameilrniin the right to our eipial
opportunltlci. Only with sueh nn
America cm we nerve the world in
the way we can serve bent -by Ih"
example of a government always re
spoiiHlie. alwnVH iiniteistaiidlng, nl
wh vn bum. me."
State Law, 7oc' Topic;
No Action Taken bij Club
Meinbers of the I.lnns i lull, nt
their weelclv lunc) p Thursday
noon, were urged by It. I.. Jones to
vote agnlnsl the repeal of the medl
cil law now on the ntatulen. declar
Intr that Its repeal would allow dor
tors of little knowledge and limited
experience to practice in tho state,
nvangi llHt J. V. Kntnicr was Ih.
principal speaker, delivering an ad
dress on the vuluo of servlie. The
club gave Itii moral endowment t'
the planting of trees along; ltlvcr
slde Memorial drive,
W'AHIltNdTON', Oct. 21. Assht
nnt rosltnaster fJenernl l)ockry,
who has been iUlte 111 here, Is a.
"good deal better today,'' It wm un
nounei'd at the office.
YOU PAID FOR?
Dulnsr Knotl work - tli lmt yml tan -or
for tlolnir n Intllffrrent mti9 And
our work will tirrMiir liullforcnt If
you rt lntllMrr,nl tnwutil ytnu yn.
If ur wiirk ilrpcnU nn Ktxnl r
nlicht hAVtT ti rniln jour rym nt
rfk'itlur IntrrvnU hiv! Uiift, nt nil
tit. tlmt oir ryritKht Ih Imrp mi
no ilrUlt enn cvrHrtf your llrn,
AM (ll'TU IA.NH x
llione Trtliir SflO ,
SCfl H O II T II HUNT ) N
Tulau'a Coiiilnt Htrrrl,
Hotel Kclchum Lobby
Orictitnl riifjH liavv been for centuries recog
nized an the nuirh-H of princclu household lux
urijuct their ueneratlonn jrf wear render them
today as the moat economical floor covering
Numbered among these, arc some fine npect
menu of Kantian, Saruk, Kamanshah and Loula
lian at very attractive prlcctt.
A orc antique collection.
Sould your Oriental Kugn need repairing, will
be glad to take care of them. .
Worth Two and Three Times That!
r - ' Novelties,
All Leathers and Fabrics Military and High Heels
Successors to Pickering's -
' . , y M. Steiner, Mgr. ,
Third and Main Sts. " Robinson Building
' Stores Everywhere.
Crisp tiny tidbits of wheat-hearts with
the tender inner, bran covering left in
to help digestion and add novel
Children eat Wheat Nuts hungrily.
Old folks Jhjbythem and benefit by
eating, them the bran is why!
Moke many Svholqsome, unusual dishes
easy, to surprise your household with
-just do as the recipes say on the
Fifteen Yukon cei'c'al treats in Seald
Tite packages at your grocer's.
YUKON MILL & GRAIN CO.
Home of Yukon's Best, h Pfrfci.t All Purposa
y Family Flour
15 Satisfy me Cereals
Gladden tomr. happy cliild
with the live funny Quaddy
dolls sent for a dime and
two Yukon box tops, Yukon
V rJ Mill, , , Yukon, ' I
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