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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1920.
'RED CROSS DRIVE !
IS TO CONTINUE'
Ma I be This Punt or
Jim! Played 'lunch'
A ny wan Ha Sure Won
I WAHIIINUTOV, Nov. 10 Thorn,
tTtrrnt ,.r "r" s "r" '" Washington with a
Only $7,000.71 of More! l(1Illty .,.,, uiy hii tn
Than $10,000 Nt'Cdod I wives of wnl hundred mo won-
rlcrlUK even Hiispiiioun.
At III' elonlna; revival nesnlnn, Itnv,
It, l'. McLennan uiiiiciiiumil Hint h
torlnln nion billing In His miinreHn
iiiir leading mi iipilchl I Iff.
Him liml lint Ih-pii trim to III fnmlly
"Till" man In thin eonKreKnllon,"
anlil III" H'vIvbIIM, "If )m will do
ItiMlt ii tin dill lu thii colli'illim
plllle, It will l" la U I'll II R ii sign or
repentance mill nothing fuiilii r will
lie wild, ir im fails, 1 will nritiotimui
1 1 1 M IIHIIIO."
Thoro were Rfi leu dollar hills
placed In lln plnle.
la Reported in
WORKERS TO SCATTER
Struct Will 15c CumpuiKiiwI
and Dil fount Work Over
With imly $7, OS". 71 iiiirn'ii In ui
to frhlny tiiglit, K. M'i'iifK. city
lunungtir tif the ltd t'njitn Cliristiiim
mil cull, announced ll'ii Hie I'Miii
imlgri Kill continue nwi lulu next
Wi.wk. Til Inn ni." ;i In I .!((.
which, iluillKtlllM III" amount tollno
ted up to Friday niiilit. leaves ii
iinrti of uppro.xlmai' ly $J 0 ki to
All Will U'irl. Today.
All workers III"" annUoed
to llin rosldeiuu ilimtlclM vmii iIm
"turned loose' in M n bununs ll
trlut Saturday, M lnm riirliiloiiH
l,n to territory. Thimo mvlKiied to
residence soctliiun win ! I''"
direction of Mi-h. W. I'. (I'Hlfuy. who
Iiiim been given charge 'f rtmlduiicu
In nil the smaller town oier tho
county lh inmpalKii will I hi con
ducted nil liny Muturdny. Mrs. Mill
Uu Hedges, county manager, ruilil
Friday Hint offlciunt oigiinUatlonii
havu lii'rii porfoilod In thii towtiM ami
Hint nliu expects mibntnutlul results
from nil of them.
Mum Firms Wo IVr tvnl.
I.ocul flrniH reported an 100 per
cent Friday night, in ii'lilltloii to
Mown ptovloiiHly lepurtcd, worn
Kctclium Lumber company. IIH
iluiiruntco ami Tiunt company,
tcnchoiH of th" Os.io hcIiooI, kx
chnngo National bank. nl'r.. l"
company iiml Central MUlon.il
bank. . ,
"Tho Inst part of n campaign In
always Hid most difficult,' MeCunu
explained. "For Hit' Mint twit or
thru" days conttlbuttonn aro oiisllv
ubiulnud. Aftwr that tho tonltorj
intiHt h covm-i'il inoro nlownly ami
woikiTM mum muko a natr i-ffort
to roach contrlli itoiB. That In imu
leaauti wo aro In itroiitur iii-uil ut
inoro woikorn than at any tl' "r"
ii... "fiiiion i!ii. 'IIm workurH
holpliiK now havo ilou VKl .c " :
ni'mlfthl" work, ami tlu-V "nl "
Klv n ankutanco hy i.vrw.iiH who huvu
not yn , , ,.. wim.
"Wo -lliiil nopcii v" '" - .,,
naUn Krldny .iiuht. hul ih iwijn "
mit; Willi tm G"mnj
day nhi'iiil ot nn, wo
oult Monday nlKht.
Tho coht ot tho early. WU. In-
ill., iiriir iih""
n't"'1"" .. .i I.; .,,,,..rl,HM I
l.,tl,l,,ir nv lliu lipmii-
In onlrr to mom iiipbo rviiuww
stho miclcty hufl ankml Tho World to
'nmko anolhor niu'ii ior uiuiioni;.
'Din rcim-KlH coniliiK In aro lor both
fiutiilt and chlldrnii'M clotlU'H, l'cr-
oiui havlnir dlHcurdcil clothlne aro
imkna to conuininicuio wiui 1110
mano office, tclophono UHftBO SJt.
IX) H.MICH TUUSAN'S HA11Y DllvS.
.lano Ann, DiuikIiIi'i' of Mr. anil .Mrw.
Ii. A. IhivlM, Dvail nl hail jam',
Word wan received horo ywitonluy
of tho death of Jnno Ann, s-ycar oni
ilniiKhtcr of Mr. and Mm. K. A.
Diivls. forinor rewldentH of thin olty,
now llvlnB In ChlcnKii. Tho child's
death oeonrriMl In I.'tld) t'lty, Iowa,
whuro 'Mru, DiivIm whu vUltlnir her
homo folk, en route to tho now homo
ot tho Diivm family In riilfauo.
Mr. DavlH, who for many yearn
wan auditor of tho IMhllc Hurvlcn
toniiiiinv of Tulta. reconlly wiim
tranHfcrred to CIiIciiko as auditor of
the. MlddluweMt UHIIIIch ronipany.
HEARD BOOTH AT CHICAGO
('iiiiiiiiiiinliiiil anil .Mrs. ). T. .lolin.
miii or Siihiillon Army IIiimii.
The licarlliii'M anil warmth of
welcome which hnvo been Hhnwn
tleiiciill Mniinwell llooth of l?n
til rut, Internalloniil heuil of tlm lal-
vhIIoii Army, nlncc'ltlx nrilval on
Ainerleiui mill nttumled lit vlnlt to
'lik'iii;ii, HeeonlliiK to '"iHiimniiilnnt
and Mih. I). T, .IoIhihoii of the loeal
rlladel who i "tin noil Wednewlay
All public meellimM nililremiMl by
tho Meiiural In larM" hnlln In 'hlraKO
were rowiled to rapacity and tho
Reiieial wiih Klven cnthiiHliiMtle ova
Hoiih, Commntidiiut .IoIhihoii c.ilil.
About I. SOD rlHlvallon Army of
flcnm f i ii in the Hoiithwcrtt atlonded
tho conference, which opened limt
Hiitlllday and onded Thursday.
Theni Ncre ,1,000 iiiarchem In an
Army parade Itfnlden piiblic nd
ilrcitxcM, tho general tallied to Army
officer at private coiinr-ll on wajr
InK more vlKoroiiN wairaiu lo ad
vance tho kingdom of Chrlnl.
I'lHc'ii ItapllMH (let Made,
fifteen TuIhii HaptlHla returned
yentorday evenlm: from the annual
Htato llnptlnt eonventlon which yea
turday concluded u four-day ncwiIiiii
In lllnckwell. In tho party wero
ltev. AV. O, Andurvon, Itev. V. A.
Todd, ltev. ( H, (iiimiily, Itev. C
f. Hller, Itev. K. II. Owen, ltev. W.
T. Heolt. ltev, fl. II. Ilolton, Mr.
W. A. Kverett, Mm, Jerinlo A tit Inn,
MUin Itimaleo MUIm, r W. Hhannim,
l' W. llryant, H. IV. Keen nnd Mv
and Mm. 10. N. Ulloy
Cop Sees "Thief' Shoots;
Citizen Flees From
I'iiikIi ninnliiiii .reltctu'd In Hie vl
chilly of I'oiirlfoiitll Mreet nnd
l)Mive avenue early Weilnembiy
inornlriH. Hlarlled reMldenlH, awak
ened from lln lr hIiiiiiImth about 3:.10
o' lin k bv nix nhnrp repmta from a
revolver, lumtlly urnlibeil iiIhIoIh, nhot
kiiiik, ilflcM and iiuMier I. iiIvch, arid,
elnd In KannentH that nrferod little
pinffftloii from the fronty nli.'lit air,
riichid out to front iioicheH and Into
yarilK. barefooted and liniehenileil,
rendy to Klve Ihelr nmlnlanco In tlm
iirenerviitlon of law nnd oriler and
ptepiin-d to dual out ipilck JUHlleo to
wbal they believed would provo u
burxlnr or n hl-aelter.
In the meantime a man had ruhed
Into tho pollen ntatlon. Iiriiathleurt
unci pale. "A fellow tried lo hi
jack mo at fourteenth and Denver."
be explained between Kiimuh. "Il
nhot at lite nix llmea,"
Immediately tflree iiutonioblleH
were loaded with offlcern who lout no
lllll" III lenelilnic the HCeno of the
alleKed lioldup. When they arrived
they round the Kreatly perturbed
riwIdouU "till taUlllllK on their
porebeM, iirmed and lendy for any
emerKiincy. On tho corner nlood a
Hpeelul nnldenr.o nlirht wntchman.
" Wherein all tho trouble?" In
itulreil raptaln (Icoikp lllalne. 'Why
all tho HhoollliK, and wIuto'h tho hi
"Ill-Jacker tiotbliu;," retorted tho
watchman. There aren't any hl
Jai kera around here. Hut a few nilu
uten nifo 1 haw n wel-dreniod burg
lar oieeplim out fiolu behind Home
vlni'M and Hhrilbbery here. I told
htm to ball, but be ntartcd runnlns'.
Then I fired at hint."
Then fnctM developed rapidly.
M. i:. MorrlH. who had Klven tho
alarm to tho police after urrlvlm: ot
the Mlatlon ralbor hurriedly, ex
plained that ho wan vlnltliiK Mr-U
friend on Went Walnut ntrent. lie
lrtft about 2:30 o'clock Wednesday
inornlnK, he wild, arid on he atepped
off tho porch aftur cmcritlnK from
behind Homo vlnea t)m HoptllKht at
tached t" an automobile at tho curb
wiih turned full upon htm. Homeono
nnked him whore hp wan Kolnir. "tlo
lo hell." Jin replied and started run
nlnir. Then Homeono fired at him.
MorrlV hl-Jacker wiih thn nlKht
write hmon, And MorrlH, win thn
nlKht watchman'H liurKlar. MorrlH
IM coniieeted with DranKhan'H IIub
InenH colleco nnd roonm at 110 Went
1 ifth Hlreet.
Packinti Co. Offkiah
Arc Sent lo Pen for
DcfraudiiKi by Mail
lli'Afl(), Nov. 10.- Hentmre
liinijlrii,' from ceven ii-ntn uii
prlHonmenl In the federnl peni
tentiary at Ioaveuwoi'tb to hIx
rnoiithn In tho county Jnll nnd
riiii'H of from $1,000 lo 110.000
were ImpoHod on official nod di
rector of the f'oiiKUme-i I ack
Inif compnriy by rcdnrul .Jiuliio
Jivim A. Kviinn horn today.
'I'h defendiiiitM wro rerentlv
convicted of noriftpirnry to una thv
mnllH in n Hch"mi to 1friii,l
AmofiK Hioho HcnteiKed nrH t,
.1. (VlMlrii;, fiKiner inbbl, who won
Klven three and a half yearn lm
lirlnorirrieiit it in I a fine of Jl.fiuu,
I'.uwnril .1. Ader, neeretnry, a
rx'htcneod to file jemn oil oach
of 1,1 coimiH, on phcIi count, the
HcntenceH to run concurrently
and to two je.ir on two other
oount. Ho ulll nerve n total of
neven yearn and Ih ftlno awtessed
a fine of $10,000.
HII I'fueUer, prenldent ot tho
company, who pleaded itullly nfter
Ibo Hall wan bej-un, wan flnuvi
LABOR MEETING ADJOURNS
llioltliy Slaii, ActImhi Hnilloillf,m In
woo oi .aii-w I'oiii'len,
lljr Tho AMwle,l pfrM,
WAHIIl.VHTO.V, Nov. 10. - Tho ox
ociitlvo council of tho American fed
oallon of Labor concluded Itn worlt
hero totiluht without making n for
mal announcement nn In ui,M i..i
been accompllHhed In ll two wcekn
AIHiouhIi mnmbern of the rnnnrll.
Includlnir rrenldcnt OomperH of tho
reueraiion, wero dlnlm lined to talk
of liroreeillncH In thn "inrollvn
nlOH, It In know thit certain pro-
Knima wero inncuiMca wlilcll liy
common coiiHent win practically 'be
como PO Iclrn of tho organization.
Tlieno Included wan wan denrrlbed ih
a hinlthy Ktnnd aculrlut radicalism
within organized labor and for Hharp
rentriction or imrnlerntlon.
, IN CAR MISHAP
Man Dragged for GO Ftet;
Man and Wife Hurt as
Auto Turns Over
1 Giuseppe ARostin!
I Lyric Drnmotic Tenor,
i San Carlo Grand Opera i
Dec. 1,2, 3,4
' A - 11
Our third annual Chrysanthemum and
flower Show will bo held Saturday after
noon and evening, November 20th and, all
day Sunday, November 21st.
Wo hold tlieno nIiown for tho nolo purpnno ot ac
ilualutltiK tho public with our cffnrtft In tho linn of
producing homo urown plantn and flowrrn for Tulna!
Thin year wo nhull exhibit our entire stock ot holiday
pltuiUi nnd floworn. I
Wo wlah to nhiiw you that tlowcrn Krown In Tulsa
aro nupurlor not only In quality but In emluranco to
ntiy Hhlpped In whether It bo from Chicago, Colorado
or California. .
Thn publli) In cordially Invited to como nnd neo our
Kteat viu loty of homo Krown plantn and flowern. Wo
hAvo tho IniKcut itrecuhoUHcn In tho ntnto ilsht hero
In Tulwi county, whero uw Krow our own rosen, enr
niitlniiH, uncut pean, calendula, 'mimm nnd plantn for
porch nnd window boxes and flower beds.
Tho finest nnaorlmcnt of plantn nnd flowern evsr
neonjln Tiilnn, all homo Krown, will bo exhibited at
our retail atore, 8tfi North Illwood, RHurday after
noon and cvontnir, and all day Sunday.
Come and See Them
"WE GKOW OUR OWN FLOWERS"
IS M. KLWOOO
Knocked down ana unftcr what ho
thotiKhl to bn n Marmon chummy,
V. T. llliiKemer, 1105 Houth I'.lwood,
wan lylDK last nlKht ai Uio Okla
homa honpltnl with painful but not
nerloiiH Injurlen arid Jirulrrun on bin
l"it and tho upper part of liln lioiiy.
UlnKcnicr u iiollco offlcern at tho
honpital that about 10:30 o'clock ho
wan erniwIiiK t heyenno at Klevenlli
nnd Junt an be wan ntupi'lUK upon
the curb on tho went nlde of the
lreet a l.irtte ear comlnir rapidly
from the Houth rounded the turn and
cut the corner Into Hlevnnth.
I wan Htrtick on tho left Hhoulder
and nhoed for about U feet nnd
then fell under tho car nnd wail
ilranKcd for Homo dlntnncn," tho In-
Jurod man onld. "Thn r.ir never
even nlowod up, If anything It put
on nn extra burnt of njieed," IIIIikc
mer nald. An examination of the
pavement where the accident oc
curred dlwloeoil thn fact that Hllle
mer had boon drairged about CO
HONORS HARDING AND COX
KlKina Delta t bl i:lct Them nn
Ily Anwlmul ,t- ml Wire.
NOK.MAN. Nov. 19 rrenldcnt.
JJIeet Warren O. ltnrdltm, Governor
lames M. Cox of Ohio and .lames
WrlKht Krown, editor of Thn Kdltor
and 1'ublliiher. were elected to na
tlnnal honorary membership In the
HlKma Delta Cbl, men'n Journalistic
fraternity, on the second day of tho
sixth national convention here today.
Officers of tho fraternity for tho
comlnK year will be selected Satur
day morning at tho flnnl bunlnesn
semtnn of tho convention. Dcle
itaten from 35 of tho 3d unlvornltles
and colliRen In tho country In which
rhnptcrn of thn fraternity aro lo
cated were in eiient today.
Trinn to I'nwh Here.
Itev. Cnrt llowland. president of
McKlnney junior college, McKlnney.
Texan, will preach nt tho mission of
Hedccmlnff Iove nt 11 o'clock .Sun
day mornlnu. HervlceH will bo held
In tho bnsement of tho new mlaaibn j
Mi I Id I nk' now being conntructcd at i
107 South Hoston. I
Tiil.-n Artist to lleturn.
William Steono, former Tultn art
ist who now ban n studio In New
Vork; will return to this city shortly
to Install a rrroun of mural decora
tions, which ho lias Jupt completed
for n local physician, Ho recently
was awarded tho contract tor tho
mural decorations of ono of tho I
largest theater In New York nnd a !
largo hotel In Atlantic city. I
Perkins at tho first l-resbyn llft
church will ko to friendship
Oils nfternoon for the week.n4
There nru about 40 In tho class t
and Mrs. I'erklns will come to th
lodKo tomorrow morning arj m,
Perkins will como to thr I. .,!
... ...w.,,.l(K nu iir
will conduct class "an usul,-'
Clrls Tnko Cnntp Outing,
(llrl reservcH from Hequoyah nnd
Whlttler schools ncrompnnlcd by
two te.ichern and Minn Kathleen J.
HI in run, secretary of tho K'rls work
department of tho V. W. C. A., wont
to tho Y. W. ('. A. enmp nt l'arthenla
park yesterday nfternoon for a 24
liour Btay. Ilunlness women In tho
Sunday school class taUKht by f. V.. i
To J'rcxcnt Chllln
Take oriOVK'S TARTKIiHSH CHII.I,
TONIC to destroy the. MalarHI
Oerms In thn lllood nnd thus Pre
vent Chills. 7fir - -Advt.
To the Ladies of Tulsal
tl'l...,, ....... ..
jour TlinnkKhliiK Hboppb,.. ,.ni,
nt Hie Tiilm I.h-elrle Shop, N
21 Weil Second, and Inxpivt the
Nokol Automntlcj Ilcntcr on dl.
Then oriler ono Installed In ,..
Iiiune nnd enjoy nil Ideal Christ,
Investment Com pan y
Many Seek l. O. ,1oIh.
Many nppllcatlnitH for examination j
fr.r imntofflcn clerks nnd carriers
have been filed with It. '. McCMno ,
of tho postofflce. ICxnmlnntlnn for
ilerkn nnd carriers will bo held S.tt
unlay, November 27 nnd nn a result
it lu "vni.rtivl consldernbto new ma-
feet from thn spot whom he wan j t,,ri Wll be nvallable for clerkships
flrnt stniek, iiecordlnB to the police, j cnrrCr'n p6nltlons nt tho local
The Injured man was reported to be ' ffirr
ii.. ... , i . .. i ... i i 1 . . . . -
KftMOK 'iir"ii lib uiu iiuniuiiii iai
About 11 o'clock, thn Ibilck car
In which Mr. anil Mm. Harrly I,. He
Kill of Hapulpa and their Hon, l.eo,
wero boIok to Hapulpa, turned turtle
half way across tho Arkansas river
brldBc. MeKitl lind Ills wiro suffered
nliKht Injuries nnd wero taken to tho
Tulsa honpltal whero late at nlKht
It whh reported that their wounds
would not provo fatal. Tho boy was
unlnjiiied. faulty ntuerltiK sear wan
blamed for tho accident.
To Intcrili-w .Minn Alice.
An Interview with Miss Allen Hob
ertson on her pant connection.1! with
Kendall coIIcru for publication in
tho next issun of tho Collcrilan will
bo obtained In MuskoKCo today by
Itev Uolph J. I.-uiib, member of tho
board of truteen and for years aa
soclnted with the HOhool, who will bo
In Miiskocee on business-
A'hl.ipeiin. ..I'nul WhUcmnn'a Ambassador Orch.
Tho Japanese Sandman
Paul Whllcman's Ambassador Orch.
My I.lttlo lllmbo Down on Ilamboo lslo
, - Alleun Stanley
Tho Ilroadway lllucs Allecn Stanley
Wattlnc for tho Sun to Como Out. .Lambert Murphy
1 Cannot Sleep Without Dreaming of You.-.i.
Whon Your Ship Cornea In ....... .Orvlllo Harrold
Ifumnresqua ..Mischa Klrnan
Listen to tho Mocking Dlrd Alma Oluck
It's Nlco to Oet Up In tho Mornln', etc
Trov.itoio Homo' to Our Mountains
Schuman llolnk and Caruso
Latest and Best Roll Hits
,"I Kiss a ?
' l I I'll!,
SIGNS TELL WHICH WAY
PEOPLE SHOULD GO
Home Cooking Exclusively
Basement of Majestic Theater
Mil i ' )
Miss. Waltz, played by Victor
ana unman .....ji.-i
featlinr Your Nest, fo.x Trot, played
by Victor Anion $1.25
Honolulu Kycn, Whltz, played by Pcto
Wendllng .' $1.23
fair One. l'ox Trot, played by Ardcn
and Ohmnn $1,25
Old Pal Why Don't You Answer Me,
Iliillnd, played by Ted lUxter $1.25
Homo of My Heart, fox Trot, played
by Victor Anion $1.25
Itaco Track II I lies, Vox Trot, played
by Peto Wendllng $1.25
Tired of Mo, Waltz, played by Anion
and Ohman $1.25
Wnlttn' for Me, played by Anion and
Ohman, fox Trot $1.25
Waltln' for tho Sun to Como Out, fox
Trol-Ono Stop, played by Phil
Tripoli, Waltz, played by Ardeu nnd
Phil Oilman $1.25
AS A PREVENTIVE
When You Feel Bad With
Cold, or Constipation,
Give Your Liver a
Tonic Take Black-Draught.
Candler N. C. "I don't believe
there Is a better medlclno made than
Mack-Draught; I havo used It and
my mother's folks used If tor cold.s,
foverlshness, hoadauho and derang
ed liver." This statcmont recently
was iiindo by Mr. C. 11. Trull, a well
known farmer on Ilouto 3, this placo.
"I have, boforo now, bogun feeling
dull, a headache would como on, nnd
I would fool all full ot cold, and tako
a few doics of lllack-Drauglit nnd
Bet all right," adds Mr. Trull.
"IiBt year my brother liad meas
les, flu nnd pneumonia. They -wired
us; I went to Camp Jackson to look
him up. Down there different ones
wero using provcntiitlves. I stayed
with him. Tho only thing I used was
Mack-Draught. H kept my system
cleansed and I kept woll and strong."
By keeping your liver and stomach
In good ordor, you stand In llttlo dan
ger of catching sorlou.? Ills thnt oc
casionally spread through town and
Oet a package ot Black-Draught
nna havo It ready for tho first symp
tom of a disordered liver.
Most druggists sell Black-Draught.
Help Swat the Cowardly I
"rw cat t .
ucmon ofonarp rracticcs
Prices and figutucs mean nothing unless honesty
goes with it. Count, weigh and measure what
you buy and trade where you know you will
get a square deal and thereby
Swat the Cowardly Demon
of Sharp Practices
Trnders No. 4, luS East First Street
Phones Osage 4935-8692-6970 , '
i (THE GOOD GOODS STORE)
Let us supply your table with
Nuts, Fruits and Vegetables
that are fresh. You can depend on them being
The Dixie Market
Corner Third and Cheyenne
Barcelona JO. .10
.lapaneso Sandman , no
That Naughty Walt?. 30
Ivove Nest "Mary." Waltz .". 30
Didn't You (Sweetheart Shop) 35
1 .over Knew , ,
Pretty Kitty Kelly
.Ilnga Hula Jlng Jlng
What ch:i gonna do when there ain't no Jaza
Plush ' and Cloth
mTShe Music House
417 SOUTH .MAIN
Saturday Flower Special
Our $2.00 llox of Lovclu Fresh Floiv
ers! An exceptional value
For Thanksgivinfi we arc now book
ing orders for Fancy HOME-GROWN
CllliYSANTUEMUMS $4.00 dozen
and up. Miscellaneous Flowers in
abundance, including Narcissus, Vio
lets, Calendulas, Sweet Peas, Carna
tions and Pompons,
Place your THANKSGIVING order
with us now. Call and sec our display.
"FLOWERS of SUPERIOR
.... 1 .1 mim r
'CTV I HSTA rV Sl U '-TililW l- '
W All Styles ami Materials
Others at equally- as great
Up to $$5
That our underselling ad
vantage is constantly re
flected in our prices is
proven by a comparison of
our prices with those of
EBTX 7t? "" '
Special Group of $ JA .50
Dresses Toda y
Robinson Garment Shoppe
Second Floor Robinson Building Third and Main Streets