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TULSA DAILY WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVRMBER 0, 1920.
IS UP TO HARDING
present Administration to
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,OTOS. Nov. S Upo-
i tun which trntiHconil nil
ir la their bfiiiliiB upon
future- for Knot! or 111,
. ' hy thin cri ministration
: IliirUIni; nnit hlu cuti-,ii'olIt-mR,
irliil, wtnt'rlitlly ipl.itltit,
i.MI'titlons, nru develop
i. Mcs nf world ncopo and
he iii mifflclont to clear
th'' ti.'indlrnpH within tlio
iin I lis njmnlnliitf of dc
. i uiUp control. Tlio
, iii, it will find lt pro
y il Iy tin- puzzlo of net
to nettle ltd $10,000,
i fur loans made during
!,( idem of both Hhrtilon or
illRllt In WflMlllllKtOll to-
' Anicrl'ii'H fnturii In vl-
I tip with tho niennrlnc
. millions nbronil iind tint
i tlvf partlcli;it Son In
. I . n-nce In ICtiroprnn e.i
mporntlvu that It niny
I. -i Into thi' iPAKUo or
adinllnr nstoclntlonM of
nan-pi - i i r man iiny one nun
,,!;,(.. if I h a nipaHliro of Anierl
t.in mi'"i"" 1 Hon.
Whc'hn the Ilnrdltn? cnbinrt will
press K"" I" f"r n. m'ttlonipiit of
th ble "hlu u short period
of yean insNi'.'xs 'hi' Knropp If
gb!i to lu If subject to much eon
tfture Hut It ds underHtntid that
the low of 1'ri'nldont Wilson mid
Ms c I'.irri Mint tho debt sbould bo
llstrU j'i i to payments over 2 to
M yi-iri will not bo acceptable to
rrputl ai traders. It Is certain
that irresponsible elamor from cer
tain nr. oh abroad that the debt
I i.wc leVI will full on deaf eats.
The ie.' s' Hk' ly oittconio of con
fertniis b this nucHtloii will be
notice Rtrved by European liowers
flxlnir mere definitely American ejf-pcrtat'-ins
Tlin It Is tiold utnon?
re; ubMlm leaders, would brltiR a
check i ) ih" continued expansion of
depre currency nbroaill act
im a spur to productive output nnd
aid in rcdnrins sanity to some, of
the tia'lons now playing the. rolo of
pr "fllp-iift. while. America waits In
Europe's ability to meet this ob
ligation yioner than tho WJJxon
regime lias figured dependw tarnely
upon the Hardin,' foreign trade pol
icy The Herman lndomnlty ques
tion enters Into the puzzle nlso, for
when (iermany's K'atiiH In this rfT
sppft Is filed, KnKland, Krancr,
Italy and other debtor nations can
reckon their payments more uccur
CAPITALISTS VISIT TULSA
VWtlns StocUlinldcrs Hot lew Hold
ings of Sapiilpn 1 Cf I it liir rtrin
U K Cone sloekhoHro, was the
hnt Mnmlav hIkIU ut tho Country
lull m an informal dlnrier Klven In
honnr if a number of oflelals U)jd
n irKlioiile i-M of th" K.ipulpa luTln
in ompanv hero from various
pi'lnm in ibe oast and north, nt
win, h alioi.t citizens of Tulsa
ttpn ulfi. pri;it
Tim MMitoiH who arrived yester
d in a 8pci liil car, lire Fl II. Wle'f
fir of riuraKO, prisldent; C. W.
HlRlc (rerer.il maniiKer of the llan
nier Kin. ItiB'iranei' fOiiiniitl'" Kx
RoieriioT fharles Ooneunj'M, Honen
wi rf he S"iirs-Hoel;ucl , eom
I1 1 i: .1 Wclser. proKldent of the
Flno "!iu..tial bank of I-'nrco, X. !.,
Ex sr.ern,i- W. Merrlaili of
Mbinisr '., Major T. Ouy Scott, pres.
Idpn' of the Continental Trust com
pain 1 1 A N'oyes of Noyes and
Ja.kK n Chlcnuo, II. A. Vatu Oven,'
lirosidom of tho Helolt Trutit com
pan "f T:i "nit. Wis.
Mun 1 ii the visitors wero taken
for an . u. .mobile tour In which
they ir i.e. ted tho company's hold
IncK T he iiarty will remain here
tile finally arrlwd
25 BAPTISTS TO BLACKWELL
Ministers and liymen to Attend
- ('"mention Ktttrtliti; November (I,
A puny of about 25 ministers,
missionaries nni jaymon from local
Baptist rtuirehes will attend tho an
nual fcfato Ilaptlst convention to
convene at lllackwell Novemebr 10
for a wi pit's spiwlon. Offlclnl delo
eatcs from th local churches will
bo chrwn nt eonKresational incct
lnrs Weiinesday evenltiK.
An ranc;ellcnl report will )o car
ried fro mtho Jlelaware Haptlst As
sociation m which 600 conversions
ld 453 additions to churches wefo
made during the simultaneous pvan
Hcal .ampalKit October 10-24.
Tno la' -t Uaptlh-t church was or
Kanlscd j,t Sprlncdale school housi!
oy It. v y, x. Scott, assonlatlonal
mis6io,,ar a1(J nuv (. .fannady,
Wilkliivon AkiiIii Sflno Chief.
T.'..' '' Tho World.
umi11Jsu"oek- 0kl- 8 JoSn
"llkln ir. now president pf district
-i in.tr,! Mto Workers, was ro
f tctcj that offlco today by tho
majority ( ver recorded a
'T" In district primaries, Ho
If'v" 1 a 2 100 major'ty
K. W. HINCI.AI; Is In Kansas
City, for a fw day a stay.
It. K. HAOllV lias returned from
u few day's trip to Texas.'
KOSCOH -U1AMS 13 .. nt his
tusldetice, 5 J 3 Mouth lloaton.
MNTON I.nvi;i,t, of ArlliiKton.
Texas, Is H Tulsa visitor this week.
J. S. STKONC1 of Oklahoma City,
arrived yesterday, on a business trip.
MltH. AKTI1UU II, OlDKON Is re
foverliiK after an operation last
I I,. lA'C'i: ttf tho Dally Okla
homa!!, wmh a visitor to this city,
TIIANK WBAVKIt of Charleston.
W. Va., Is vIsltlnK friends In Tuls.i
13. V.. llardwlck, advertising tnan
nfror of the Wichita Kaule, Is In the
city this week.
J K. ICHBII.OW and Charges It.
llnlley of Los Anireles, Calif, are
In the city on loudness.
MHK. W. A. y KAOHIt of Klufer.
who is a operative patient In a
local hospital, Is rocoverlnK.
JfUnK D. A. M'notlOAh of Si
pulpa, was In the city Monday look
ing lifter business Interest!.
C. A. STHATTON. president of the
Secinlty State Hank at Pawnee, was
In tho city Mondav on business.
MILS. W. A. I.AV.MA.V of nicheart,
who was operated on a week ago
in MornlnKsido hospital, Is runvnl
esc In p.
Mils. .V. C. A ITU of Keystone Is
confined In a local hospital, con
valescing after nn attack of uppen
W. 11, COY MS, well known Klefr
oil man, who was operated on sov
eral days ukitT 'u a local hospital,
Till: LITTLi: SON OK HAnilY
llUUT, Is out of tho hospital after
an operation for tho removal of his
tonnllH and adenoids,
TI1F. IIOAUI1 OK OUtKCTOUS
of J ho County Detention homo will
meet In regular monthly seiialon, at
It) o'clock this morniiiK.
A. .1. MOUDICCAI of Hcrcs. la
confined 111 n local hospital, sJffer
Iiik from a fractured femur bene,
lie Is a patient at MornliiRslde,
NOUt.K HAHNKTT, postal em
ployo who was shot In tho hoc I a
week aso whllo out lumtliif;, is
around with the aid of "crutches.
.MItS. AUTIIUIt ItKAOAN of
Klefer. Is a patient In MornlnBaldu
hospital, where she underwent an
operation for appendicitis a few
, TKINITY COMMANDKKY Knlfiht
Templar Initiated a class of 50 can
didates last iilh'ht. Supper v.is
Burved by Tulsa chapter Order East
W.M. HAKKH, TNUSA HANK Ell,
has returned honlo from Norman,
where ho spent tho week-end with
his son, Latimer Haker, a student in
THK YOUNC. WOMKN of 'tho
Central National Hank wero enter
tained last Friday eventiiK at tho
homo of Miss Lucille Sassor, 1611
MISS HKTSY CAMIM1KLL. wel
fnro" nurso of tho Tuberculosis asso
ciation, left Monday for Kairvtew,
Ark,, where she was called by tho
serious Illness of her niece.
MItS. CAItUIIC GfiKP TKMl'M-:-TON
of Okbihonia Cltv, director of
rellirious educntliin of the Kplscopil
diocese, wll lecture at 2:30 .o'clock
this afternoon nt Trinity church.
MItS. KSTIIUH SEW of tho p'
offlce force has returned from Wit
burton, Okla., where she has been
for the past month, unlstlnc in the
caro of her mother who Is very 111.
DU. LOUIS TOOTH, of Oklahoma
City, executive secretary of Okla
homa Ptty collide, tho stato school
e tho Methodist church, spoke at
tho Klrst Methodist and Orcutt Mo
mortal churches on Sunday.
TIIH WOMAN'S A'UXILIArtY. to
the board of missions of Trlnlt-.
Episcopal church will hold an oven
lnir meeting nt tho church, Thurn
day. Mrti. John K. Wheeler, will bo
In rtwrfro of tho program.
nnv. MKAPE DUTT, pastor of
rirst Christian church. Is confined
at his homo following an attack of
ptomnlno polsonlnu. Ho was uniiblo
to fill his pulpit on Sunday, but was
Improved slightly Monday.
FPUS AND CLOTHINOi vnhrd at
about f750. wero stolen Vrnm thn
homo of Dora Fletcher. 81!) Unit
Fostorla when sneak thieves entered
Mm hotisfl liv means of a DOSS k"V
some tlmo Sunday afternoon A fur 1
capo and coat nnd tto dresses wero
MHK. S. A. TIIOHNIIHO of CiM
wny SprliiRs, Ark., who suffeied a
fractuied firm lst week after ar
riving In Tulsa for a visit, In con
vuli'sclng. Mrs. Thornbro fell as sho
wiih liscetidltn; the sti-ps at tho honlo
of her daiiRhter, Mis. W. M. Hurt,
I2 Notr quiinah.
MAUHIAOH LICIJNSHS were Is
Mud to tho followlnR Monday by
the clerk of the county court: N. W.
Stewart, -18 and Mrs. II A. Stewart,
29, Tulsa; Frank ,1. l.ehr, 35, nnd
uira L. Sutirlners, 33, Tutsai Hob
ert P. UrowMm;, 21. Tulia. nnd Dora
13. Rwnnsonf 20, Coffpyvllle, Kim.
PHTIT1MNS FOIt DIVOItOI'3 wore
filed In district court Monday by
llessle Oletideiien nKnlnst Joseph W.
Clcniloncn; Stella Mcltlrnev nitnlnst
Leander Mii'.lrney: Arthur P. WiIkIU
nwilnst Cathryn Wrlwht: John H.
Tucker iiRiinst Anna M. Tucker;
Vandy Dclon ngansl Abraham De
Ion. A NEW Fit A f'ONVIIN'TION Is to
be held lv (he Tulsa Pieslitutv No
vember 19 In the First I'renbvterln'l
church, It Is ntnioiiiiced by Ilev. I'.
W Kerr. Prlmiiinl si"akers will be
Iti'verend Mondv nf ChlrnL'n, nephew
of the famous IVvtht I.. Moodv. nn.l
Heverend Lee of ''.erniantown. In.
prartor. left Monday to attend tho
special stiito tneeitni! of rlirn"Hiotiirn
lobe held In Oklahoma Cltv W-dn"i.
day. The meetlni! will be devoted In
formulation of a law remtrtlitti; pric.
tlco of the silence for submittal to
the next session of the state leetl.i
lature. . .
MINl'TF "MUN" (IF TIM", Firit
Presbyterian chun h held 'their
regular luncheon iitnl nieelliiK at th"
Y. M. C A. Motulav noon. 28 men
belnu present. Talks on neisoniil
work wero mad" Itev. Hunh A.
Cresswell, 11. L. Wilson and J. S
MISS FltONA IIFNDlJItSON. of
Independetire, Kan., who was In
jured Mily IS In nn elevator nn blent
In the World bulldlni;. Is abb- to be
around on crutches. Miss llcinW
son sustained a fractured rluht I
and slloulder and other painful in
Juries which confined her to tho
hospital for many weeks,
SAVED FROM A SUICIDE
(i. A. I.lliil, I'rcnoJicr Who Ciimo
Hero, Ha Conicrtcil on Vn to
Uiko nnd Water) (initc.
M. A.. Llnd of t'hlc.iKo, hi has
been preiuhlni( In a number of the
Knurr, il . tU-is lor Hi n t'.irbln,
itliu was found ill. id III bin bed. Ji'.i
North I'rutiiiflelil. no nut
tionilii,- motnlt'R will In
.. ,.t... i. it, iu rt .,, ,... r.i.t,, iiu,
chut i his of Tulsa the
inn i'i-n. .,
lit I o.1- i K ' wy
ie held at I
weeks, will h.ivo eharRe of the oven
JlK rcrvliHH at tho Tulsa City Mis
sion for tho next month, heclnntUK
Mr. Llnd, who war born In thu,
southern patt or Hwedeti, was i on
erteil In Pnclflo (larden mission,
ChlciiKo, three yeiirs linn, This is
the misson where Hlly Suiidny was
oiiuvetleil and of which ho is hub
of the ptpsent trustees,
Llnd, In liioosliiK his lire's work,
started out to be a doctor. After
studying medicine three years, ho
found Ills liliNBlime not coiiMtriirii.,1
lor that profession, no ho wenl Into!
literary work. Ho was In newspaper
work In Sweden for n number of
y on i s.
Ililm? lenreil n Lutheran, Mr.
Llnd was nn m live member In that
church until unnhimd. Ills iidierse
expel lelii'vs with tbo woild, how
ever, caused hltu to lose his faith In
find and he laler beiaiiie an Infidel.
Kolnu "from bad to worn," hu,1
three years aito In CIiIcbko, dccliicd
to end his life. Ho went down to
l.nko Michigan to drown himself
nnd on the way pnsesil by Pmlflo
Harden Mission. People .in the n
Mde were singing so he listened for
a moment, then decided to go In.
Convinced by the lestlniony of cither
converts, that night Llnd went for
ward to the altar and since has
boon nil enilwmirv nf (lod.
. S. S. Officers llobl .Mei'tlimx.
Itegular nieetliiR.i . f tin. Sundi.y
school oflcers aiu1 uheis were
held in the Klii.t CliriM ton and l'Mic
Prrsbyteiian i'i iii'.t yestenl ly
evening. Supper w.is sirved In thu
church precedlin; b mt meetlugi
..i ,1... .ti... it ... ..r ii... ui, I
Hon uiiny. luiei iiieut will be in
Short funeral her vices for Mrs.
Mm Hail S.ertl welt: laid lestotda)
m 1 1 1 1 1 K fiom the (iiapel of the
1'tllfut I uderlnkliiK company. Mis.
Sh i n died Sunilav mornlg ftotii
iciobial beiiiori huge at the home ol
her daughter, Houth Naiithun.
The body wan shipped ( Mill b ltii,
(bio, the obli hoiiie tot Inlet meat.
(He.iiniiH Wright, Ix-yeai' old wMI
r .Mi iiuj Mrs. V. T. Witglil, f.20
South SntilM, died aboiil 4, o'clock
,hi,l.l:i i, II. .I'll,, ill, l-'ii iii ii I .ir.
1 .1 liui' llli.lt I M ItilVit "ill 111, II lltlxll.
tail the boil) Will plob.ibly be
sblppid to Dewey, Okla., the old
li nn-.. fur interment.
7. C. I). Presents First
Churity Concert of Year
iMeiniiit A I.. ins ehapier. I nlted
D.umhtiis nf ti.f ('onfedeniiy gave
Ibe firm of tin tun iihiinnl i huilty
conceriM I.ih iiIkIii In I'osImii uveiiuo
Mrlhoillst liiiiiib, befoie a large
audience. The second colli ert Will
be given tonight. That ever) mu
sician appeal lug 'u" homo talent
spoke much fie the appt eiialloil of
TiiIki music invers for their own.
for In exerv Instance, enrol cs were
lulled for Mini then- were llbenil
leNpouese. This nrganlalinn of I9C,
in'Miibeis usi d tlw futidK ib iiveil for
lielplng the pour w lliln the city's
gtites, gHIng when lulled on by the
buniatie ki" lei). J i i-ti 1 1 hi home and
Indigent and :nor vmrans of tho
NcNon Denies Confnt'lKV. I
F. F. Nelson, republican member
of the county election bo'ird. veheni-
ently denied to The World last night .
that ho had at any time or turner
any circumstances sought the advb'e
of Thomas I. Monroe, county attor
ney, on tnntters pertaining Ho the
muddle resultant from last, Tues
HAD TERRIBLE COUGH
Cough hntit finite, lilts nnd Sleeps
Well, nnd (Jalncil 12 Pounds.
"In Tifcuntier. 191J I hud h fe.irrul
rmiRli, snil my phmlrlnn nrtli-rrd mr In
ehnnire ctlmto tmnifdlst'l. I wnt Jo
Pun Antonio, Tc. and fntrrnl n
tnrlum. I.rft Ihrr snd csmc to Okln
tinma I'lty In October. 1915. llnd no
"sppMltc. could not nlprp, had nlxht
mvp.Mii and wrK loplnn troni on" to thrm
poundi tk. I nlo hnd ctrrh of
th bowfln. which tho dnttom had bcn
unnble to rpllrtn ,
nUtlvcs urged m to try Milks
llmulnloii. I did so nnd ti'sun to Im
prove, louly l flmt. but sparillly. My
wdBht h Incrcssiil U pound". I lme
no temperature, nnd my cough la about
Kono. I enn eat heartily, deep well and
am worklnpc at my trade nnln "' V W
Neff, 610 No. Dowey Ht ukUhoma llty.
Nature does womlora In flRti ting off dl
ce. If Klven the chance. .Mllka i:m ulslnn
l a powerful help In providing rtrcrih'th
ii nil (leah. It roila nothlnK ! tr
Mllka Kmulslon la n plcaaint. nutritive
fooil and a correctlvo medicine. Il re
atorea healthy, natural bowel action, do
ing away with all need of pilla ami phy
Ira It promotea appetite and quickly
puta the dlgeatlve orgaria In ahape to aa
almllate food. t'hronlc atoinuch trouble
and constipation are promptly relieved
Thla la tlin only solid amuleloo made,
and an palatable that It la eaten llh n
apoon like ico cream.
No matter how severe your rane. you
are urged to try Mllka IZmulalun unilur
thla guarantee Tako ni hottlea home
with you, use It according to dtrectlona
and ir not aattaflt'd with the remilia. your
money will be promptly refunded. I'rl.-e
Ttc nnd 11.60 per bottle. Tli Mllka
Kniulalon i'o.. Terre Haute, Ind. ilo,
by dri'gglat everywhere. A,tvt.
Special This Week
Hats That Sparkle With Beauty
How dvliohtful it is'to wear one of these fnyc modes,
so original in style and so smart in line decoration.
Even the simplest of them arc beautiful, and be
coming. Elegant trimmings make them refreshing
ly new. There is a plentiful choice in these groups,
and the prices arc exceedingly attractive.
$30 to $55 Cage Models
This Week - - - 25 Off
Others at $5.00, $GJ0, $8.!.r, and $10.00
12 WEST- FIFTH
The Shop With a Personality
GIVE your children all
the Log Cabin Syrup
they can cat. They will need
no urging-the very sight of
the Log Cabin containers
makes them hungry. At
your gro cr's in three sixes.
Look for the Los Cabin Can
: i.- v-
Thla new Colonial brirk home with aton foundauou. 1 ng
Hah tile roof fuil alia bitment. laundry, fpepla. n for
billiard room, hot water heajlng nyatem. 1'irat tnar eon
alals of large reception hall with baautlful colr.nnl anlr
way, large living room, aun parlor or combination
library kitchen, hutli r'a pantry, dining room, anil
brraklaat room, rear hall enteilnr from port eoclmre
large cloak room, cloaet and lavatory Second f oor l ia
four aleeplng rooms two tatha, one larga alevplng room
acr.,a auuth aide of realdence, two clothea c.oae)". mirror
door for dreaalng room effect, mantel and rnwta bath
Open for Inspection
All Interior tis anvHfir'i pHnf4( and nomf thing
now in iimiii) oi hi mx tt 11 ' n it- mn to wi nyvr
cl4teJ Idifb rUx htf) t fixture-n r t w nivv Hh'tcfl KarnK
for lhr .ru, tnofl.'ff - vn.n'ii .j'tartcr. Urn- r ri' l"l
contulnlriK rtwr- ihn 'tw (Mif r- of grtiun! nn tlirr
t)ij)' of thla J'ripfrty the h m-n orit alutl ut from HQ 000
to IMS.0U0; localrO at 2119 houih M.U.ii. I'flend at -t
Kllt-eriro vhIub. A h'-it..- i hut U l.ullt rul rfiirii'iaA In
every illbll ftn-t one vug cmi.i tluphrula tn tio ct'jr t'ti
the tnuncy We have ft Acr high cU-n hrtrK liomvat in
hunaet I'urk an-l Mupio Hi Jgj . u pay ygif tu
a(f tuforo buiotf
Blair Brothers,. Owners
A Sale of Women's
Wool Skirts $19.75
Including a Special Purchase
and Choice of the Entire
Kortunnto indeed are those who antici
pate owning one or more separate skirts
for we purchased for quick sale a wonderful
collection of all-wool skirts the popular
plaited effects in plaids and stripes, vivid
color combinations as well as conservative.
These are skirts that bear the unmistakable mark of quality,
both in fit anil style.
For they come from a maker who. has a reputation, and
guards that reputation most carefully;
Every size and color in the lot then, too, we offer unre
stricted choice of any wool skirt in our regular stock, including
plain colors all at the very low price of $19.75.
This, indeed, is a sale.
HUlt Kt-ctliiii, Tlilrtl I'lii'ir.
S Forty Hats to Sell at Half Price
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Without a doubt there isn't a hut in tho collection that you or any
other style informed woman wouldn't be glad to wear.
Smart, small and medium shapes in velvet, duvetyn and taffeta,
' also combinationsaof satin and duvetyn, metallic and velvet.
In a variety of colorings ami combinations that- leaves nothing
to be desired. 11
Uegularly from ?10.00 to $25.00. t
Alllllnciy Kftlloii, Tlilrtl rioor.
Even If Sailors Are in Vogue
' These Are Half Price
-For we've seventeen that are slightly mussed (ever so slightly, too)
-and we arc going to put them on new owners at exactly half price.
-Some are from famous makers such as "Knickerbocker" and "Vogue."
-Any arc wurth the regular prices of from 915.00 to $25.00. ,
-Navy, brown and black.
Millinery Section, Tlilrtl Kloof.
Men's Scarfs, Extra Special, $1.98 &
Welcome news for the menfolk of Tulsa, for here are handsome
scarfs at. a price Way below what most stores ask.
Made of genuine imported Italian silk; cut on generous lines; mado
in approved styles.
Scarfs that sell regularly up to $5.00 on sale at ?1.98.
There is a Main strccet window full. -a- ,
Tuesday, the thirty -second day
of the reduction of 20
on these lines
20 off on all Silks, Woolens, Linings, Ginghams and Percales,
Outings and all Wash Goody, Blankets, Comforts, Bags, Hosiery
every kind, Women's Suits. Women's Coats, Furs, Silk Underwear,
Shoes for Women and Children, Outing Gowns, Children's Gingham
Dresses and Women's House Dresses and Aprons.
G19 Unity Bldg.