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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1920.
ENFORCE DRY LAW 'MATTER SCORED
W. C. T. U. DEMAND mml ' BY PRESBYTERIAN
Speaker nt Mooting Says
Law Ih Vital to Lifo
of U. S. as Nation j
CITIZENS responsible;
KiiithfulnwiM of Iwiw-A Willing !
1tiY)lfc n t Piicor In j
Success, He Say i
A r"fil4 iirnl u u tlli.n X inl'-i
ixlinl tin mi'Klnii .ir K t ! it 1 1
I 'ill' If ' 'ill nil llli'lillllt of (t I III f A
ri.ivlmr r.'i I In' ' ii ini'ii nun"
"l'h'f .Mm " hud l'n In char
of the kitchen of Itohn-tmin linll.
the bovn' iim mlinry, in the dlnln
riwm of which nil tnenl urn scrve.1
fur five d..(i until In- wim dlscnv.
ere.il liiiiil on Tui'M'I.K.. Mi' wits
ImiiKutlilti Iv illmtiliii'l from the
i'iiiiV of the cidlefle iiii'I letnoved
finni I hi' rinnpUH an smm a hi
i nnill'lon would permit , family
mi miIimh say.
Then - ft Kllon f vnnllln
trait, mstln? M. w found to !
"Minim the m ullriK " lllttltlK
two ami !' together. Ill" ill hinl -tli'i
ili'iiititl t ti.i i "t'luf .11 in" hnil
riin"nii"i tin' I'tiilir Rillnn white
i ihii m i iiik I'l''" Muiuliiy.
la in. niinnbly mill -ilKe.
IS SUCCESS
ISnfnrrfini nl of tn prnhlMilnti
law devolve upon th public m well
upon officers of ih taw, Mrs
HI II. Wxiint, prritlitvttt nf t hi- li v nl ,.
Vf. C. T. f. rodnrstlon. declared at SCHOOL PLAY
Ifli1 n""ilnr "f thi- t'cntinl ntiiii' i .
strterrtii uft'inon In I A honu " r ' (- lilt'" hy IJtimlti .Itnilor High
irw. 1.11.111 n"' . Ill t I'll III MI' .l'l HIIIIM'.
t'uplU nf the Lincoln lunlor high
Hi li'i'il knm an niierette. "Ilnv Itlue,"
"Law rnfur menl ilnn n il depend
upon thi- nuKihtr of officii upfn
tlir tnti ax It ilim upon thi- violin ru'i'. i
Mithi ulni'iui (i nd i iithtndiwni of thnj
taw-ubldlns uli!tr." Mm Wanl
Mllil. "Assl' officer liv rirnimcnfl
ITUI thi'in hn thi'V du wil, unil I
MatoriuliHm Church's Foe.
Speaker Declares at
New lira Meeting
Mali rinll'm la thi- fun of the
'hiii'h anil nf lrltiiallty, lir. W.
M. I'.itti'in'iii nf Ni'w York city wild
III S'tdri Mxlny tin New FrK cnnvHt
tlnii of thi Tuliu I'l ili t'Ty yester
day evening I:, ihe Fltst I'leMhylerUn
rhurrh.
"We ni i in to he. follnwlng llii' ma
terial things, tn In; putting oil aluivi)
ini'ii and meli above our church"
doctor Pnttermttl dlngnMod the Pit -nation.
"After nil the Havlmir dtil
nrn. talk nun h iinnm priipnrly hut
a sri'iH di-nl a hunt ti opli Th"
f'liind'ttlnn of tin' rhurrh la In I'n
ilrltnal aldi'."
lir. John llarNty ! of nnrmnn-
"n, I'.i.. thi flrnl niilwr, urci-d
ih" I'li-oi'i-ia' Ion of Hit f'rmhtli'rmna
In till- national mnvmi'nt. It la ill
' i mutter of aplrlt, of Hie will It
i la not niinrtitile foi roe lo Inter f hiiv
ThmaiUy nlnlit III the ' hool nudUf new pep Into Tiilaa Von mah l.u.
loiliiin, fo. ith" henpfli of I'll) ln(l nr en here Mini your ''huri-he ahow
'iiilriiin'nt ror tun anne. j ni imti-iib, interim in (tie kinitilnni. 'l ul-n.
FORM TULSA KAPPA PSI
l(i'ildi'iil .Mi'Miliem of I in I il ill 1 1
Mill nl IMlini'i' mid Oiuiinli' .
I'd niiini'iil riuli t 'lnirti r t.rmiti'il
Tli" K.iiri I "nl alniiinl llvlm In
Tnlfii met nl thi ' mii'ily rcai.iur-
ant ti'Htritay noon and nrnaiil.ed a
Tttltni i Impt'r, after havlna: heen
granted a hart. r hy lh narutlvi
I'onncll. 'Tht-r are more than 1?
I'hl 1'id filuirinl hir, and tlioio
iriPinhetH prwucnt at tli f I tnent
Inn am nlfiiinlnr a atrutiv orMnlM
lion .Mreilna Will h field every
Krlday at cum
I'hl Kappa fal la one of thr old
eai inllene fraleriilth i In Hie Ilil'ed
Mtrttm, -pi It wa oiK!inl."d In Ibti'i.
ti'Hili"if imaeiit yenl'-rday W-rn
Milt on Niely, .1 I'oiler. A. A.
fltnall, V n VMiten, W. Palmer,
Uiey Mil"'", K H l)"n, l.mi Kn
nory and M H. (ioidon.
Chamber Heath Invited
To My Derrick Factory
whl h waa under the dlrentton nf
.Vllaa Marie Wall, waa le '-dvi'd with
I....IA elmrilM of hoya from Lhu l-'lfth
IHW, Ho-railed Maeir...'.i mi m...
iiuiit, ,i u 1'irii in lir oinriev wnn
Ulllte II
l. ...... I li., 111.. iirfir.n,tH fi'.'il II
Kill b uaed to piiri iiaw rurUilria fur ' ,
(lie new aiidllorliiiii anil phoooKi-npli
reenrda to li uaed In tenchhiR mil
alral appreciation.
I.omllnir rolea ware taken hv
Mi'Alee Davanpart ua "Mm Mine,"
Kathleen Poutitaln. "Mullle;" Ve-
lure 'luff. "Kntv-Hhe Did," Nelle
lliii liner. "ICaty-Hhe-Dliln't."
rhiinu'tera In the, opotiilto
froija, fartuerettei, farmer
fnlrlea itnrlflreflleM.
(Ither
veio
hoya,
SETON MAY TAKE HIKE HERE
til ilnn nt firm and than
Ihey do enliiree the
rtpperi.i "ill' riinena won mim aroumi j
the Iii a'e miieli tn he eon
demned aa flagrant violator"
Mfana for et!iirln law enfnrre
tiinl. niri" te l hy Alra 'nan wen-ro-opi
rtiilnn uf the publk' In Kfnerul
travn iii h r"nii'flnT ell vloliit loriw
and hy n e.tmnalwn nf ediii'titloii
thrmifh the preaa. ptildlr nientltiKti
nrnl rt'iait Iniilloii of Infnrmritlon on
the 1" nefiia of prohllilMnn.
Riifofi-ement of the ronatltlitlunal
amendment la vital to the Ufa of the
nntli. ii, Mih. Wyiiatil further de
rlnied Dlir Kovertimetlt lieltllf a
Hnvernment of. hy and for thn people
and Ilia consllttltloniil iiiiintidriient
helllK the vote nf the neonle, we iihikI
have enfi etiirni f the renithll"
aniline. All nntlona of ttu past that
were not In harmony with the lnv.a
nf find perlahrd and hellevlnif that
the premmt law la n law derived from
thn word nf find. Ita perpetual viola
tion manna, doiith to tlio ri'piilille."
MrH, AhldfH. Illllerinan of Hi
pulpa, atnte Nunerltitt'tideat of lniila
latlvo work nnd fjirnnir alatn preal
dent, reported thn fnrnirtllmi of n
liKllntlVe roll noli of women eotn
pnaed of flvi repreaentritlvea from
the nlnie W. (. 'P. I'., redertllon
nf -W'nmen'a Clnha. If. n. C P. A.
U, and Wnmen'a Hellef Corpa, I.e.
tslatlnn nniirnved hv thn rntinrll denl
with raldltm the no nf roiiHont In 8
yenra, tin rlKht-hnur dnv for wom'eli
In Indimtry find an utiiiunl tein
poraiii'e day In alute arhnnla.
I'renhytary pan il I heir Mliare fur
the natlnnal miivement If they will."
Ilev. Ilnlph .1 l.imh prealded nt
the evenlnx ii".ii whlrli wna ir"
eeded hy II mnalral prnKrain hv tint
Klila Hlee Im, nf Hie Klrat I'reahy
lerl.iu i hun h. The l oilfen-ni r. t'un-
n the a fern nut
I Dlrertoi" of th' ' hanilu r nf roni
i merer ' inMI'l liul.i to ipend
th" afleinii iii a it evnnm in .o
V'llier i p i -ta of th'' I'H (.'.
Moore emni'i'i' ' 1 1 Institution
h it inatiiilBi i i all el nil derrli ka.
II V. Ill tie a ' ' tOKetlirr" ll('".lliitt
f" ut"mhi"i of the Moore uompntiy,
with luncheon nt the plant In the
n it hi 1 1 (.r the it v fit noon nnd
a theater party at nlBtit.
Cilu Briefs
BarltcHvilte Hankers
Attend Local Classes
(.eta ltninc, llinn llnn-'ieUeil.
It. II. I'rlre, HU, Knat Mih1ki. re
turned home yeaterday nfternnon af
ternoon after a two weeUa' ahsetiee
nnd found hla holme. In dlitnrder
C.lnthea elnreta hid heen cut led and
their eoiitenta aeuttered on thn Ilnor
After u haa'v deai'ili n' thn hpuae
I'rlre reported lo the poller thin a
mi It mini valued at $ inn nnd four
null of I'lothea valued nt n bunt )3r0
were ml k I n ir.
.Mti nilit Will Ih' .Miulr hy V. M. ".
A. to ludilt'e I'loui er Semit on Trip.
Riirni'Bt ThomiiHon Si ton. world
renowned nntitrallHt, who will ho In
iho rlty next well, will apeak to tin
MHaemhly of hova lit thn hnya' de-
naittnent of llie v. m. r. a. on Tuea-
d(iy I'VenlnK Alt hnya nf the city
are cordially Invited and there will
ha no ailmli'dou chiirK". Offlilala
of the hoya' department urn nlan try-
Itiir to ii rii iiKe to iinvu rieton ,'ii'rum
p.my a itroun of hnya on tin iill-dny
lilUe whh h la to lie tnade OH Friday
followltuc Thnnkriilvlnir. Thla event
Ih iilo frrc to till hoya. tteloti la n
rccneulxed authority on nature
Mtudy and wnodcraft nnd la nn en
tertntiilm; i". ory teller.
Ilereaftur there will he free mnv
lui; picture for hova In thn Inhhy
of the hoya' depnitment of the "Y,"
Turaday of eneti Wee. l'leturea cif ih Mtclunit nay. It la hellevrd thai
mi etiut-iiiiiMiiii ii, noil' in lie eniiwn. i ne ia wen nionK ine roan to recovoty,
llankrra nf llartleavlllti wern It
Oie I'll v Thurmlny ,nlKht to nttend
the flrnt tnretlnit of tlio advanced
1 1 a aw In the American ltiKtltute of
ItanliltiK which wna held In Tulaa
hlKh I'-hool iittdltorluin. Tlio vlalt.
Iiik h.mkeia ntlrnded for thu ptir
pimc of ccttliiK Idena for the oruntt
latlon of a idtnllnr Inaa In lt.irllen
vllle Thnan nttemtliu, were! It. I
Itealtle. cnahler; II. B, Htilnn, .1. M.
Hi" keiiitnlth. mill K. V. Hellera, aa
".al'iiit ciiRlitera of tho Natlonnl
Hunk nf llarlleavllle. They returiiPd
homo Into Thuraday nlKht.
Allen Will Recover,
Hospital Announces
f'lintleH Allen, former police
chief, ilio la In thn Tulna ho.ipltnf
aiifferlmr from n fractured akull ro
'cued l.iat week In nti unto crnidi,
will pnilmlily recover, nttenilanln nt
the hnipltnl eiild Inat hlKht. Allen
wna unionaclnuH followliiK thu no
cldetit for nhnut 4t Imura hut n fw
hoiira after nn operation was per
formed for riiuruaalon of the hrnln
ln recovered hla enaca nnd lina heen
riitlnnul ever alnce, the nttendlnK
JACOBS
Mercantile
Company
218 Enst First
GROCERY
Department
Lima HeaiiH, I A
per lb IOC
Navy Buans, hand Tl
j)ieketl, por lb. . . -
Quaker Puffed Wheat or
Rice, l rtr
packaiica uk9j
Gallon TQ
Peaches OC
Gallon - QFw
Hlackburrie.i ... UtJs
EkM Walnuts,
per lb.
Cranberries, per
quart
Also complete line of
rtaplo Krocerius, fresh
fruits and voKOtables.
Moat Dcpftrtmont
Pure Liinl $10.25
100 lb. not $ iDoOli
l'uro Lar.l, (Jr
10-lb. pail. . B,
Pure Lard,
5-lb. pail . . .
Veal Stew,
per lb
Veal Roast, i A 1
per lb ll?iC
Pork Chops, er
per lb ZOC
llest Creamery r-o
Hutter, lb OOC
Best Grade Cured OA
Ham, lb OUC
Wilson's Certified Raoon,
whole or half A
side,' lb oUc
Hens and Spring- OA
era, lb OUC
A. L Franks, Mgr.
Cinderella
Boot
Shop
17c
$1.05
..10c
'!An unusual offer even for
this shop of superior
values.
Tongueless
Boots $10.45
Including any tongueless
boot in tho store. 1
Midnight blue kid. ii
.Black suede and satin,
Brown and beaver kid.
Choose any at ?10.lf.
Cinderella Boot Shop
"HOSIERY, TOO"
-108 Main Majestic Theater Building
W. fi. I.ICWIU of ('tithing. wa
hire j.nunlay.
C. D. DIXON of Hllllwriter, was
,hru ycati'idii)'
J. I, HlWUIt of Oklahoma City,
wim hero Krldny.
A. V. AVWF of Katnna City, wim a
TiiIk.t. vlaltor 1'Tlduy.
-I
It. A. .I08HV of Oklahoma, City,
Is n gueat nt Hotel Tulan.
I
tl. It. HOFFMAN of tho capital
dtjr, was In Tulsa yc.tturdny.
t
KDWAItl) Jt. DKWKV, of Urady'a
Ilend, I'll., la hero nn liilHluraa,
It
11
HOWAIll) JON'KH la an operutlvu
patient In Oklahnmii hnapltnt.
MDWAUI) C. MDTTUIt of Milnki
Kee. apent the diiyhere Friday.
MCH T. MtjOHR hus returned
from u hualtivaa trip to llouaton.
...
O. IJ. AIlKltfltOMItllC In
WnaliliiKton, I). C, on InulncHH.
IIOHN TO Mr. and Mra. .1.
Huutnatur, Novemher 17, a daiMhtei
II. .1. IIIIItltY of Plndlu). t).. la
hurn looking nfter hla oil intenmta.
-1 - -
T. O. II HAD ami F. I,. Connor of
I'ltrccll, an; In the ulty on huaineau.
Mlt. AND AlllS. .1. (1. KIIIKt.li.'
nf Hiirtlcll!(., nro ri'Klatert'd at the
Ketchuiil.
.1. M. MUltltAV, well known hua
Ineas inati of llrUluw wna In the
city yenterdiiy.
...
IT. W. MTTliH of IIcbk. vvue In
the city Friday loolilnp; after luisl
neaa IntrrrnlH
I
O. W. HTHI'IIHNS of I'awhuik.
wna In (ho city yeaterday looklnw
after liimiuccH Ititereala.
-I
I.IM'3 KUNH.MAN wilt leave thM
ovenltiK on a trip to tho marketa of
ChlitiKo nnd New Vork.
AIINKIl IU:i:CK, aherlff uf Creek
county, la at MornltiKalde Inmpltul,
whera he underwunt mi operation
Thuradny mornliifc.
'. ' W. OTTO, lorn real estate
nvm. who hMa heen ouhflned In Ok
lahoma hinpltnl tho pan three
utnkff, Attn very 111.
.
W. F. KII.VICV, local artlat will
lave at thn flrtl of the week for
Kan Antunlo, Texas, nnd Florida to
remain diiilnK the winter mouths.
JOHN O. STKI'HIiNSON, formor.
ly of New Vork and later of Brad
ford, I'm , h Inonted In thl't city,
lie Ih wtdl known throUKhout the
nat Ae altiRr nnd teacher'
.MIHK III'TTTY IIIIAt'N. Who la np
niarlnar ai the O'liheum for the re
mainder of the week, la a coindn of,
W. W. l.'uitx of Tulaa. mid dilrltiBl
her atav In the cll I; he.tiK elitur-j
mined Iiy .Mr. mid Mrs. Iaittz. I
Mlt AND MltS. M. U. Hheff
l.i ml and daughter, Jennie, wtunied
to their home In Coffryvllt", Ku tin . '
veaterdio, after ImvluB vlalted In
Vulaa n few day. Mt ). Dy Ualleyl
of thla city, accompanied t lie in on
thu trip.
. - l - '
DKKKINt! J. MAHHHAI.I.. wrl
known oil man of Wichita. Katia.n
hits concluded n few dnja' hunlncKii
trip tn thla city. Durlnx hla aliiv ;
here he wna the Bueat of Mr. and'
Mm. II. II. Taylor. j
MISK HlVrrV AI.I.UN, formerlyj
of London, Ontario, la connected I
with thu Itlvkin atudlo. Mt.a Allen I
nceompiinled Mlaa Ita MeOune. to
this city on tho :itler-a return from I
a aummer'a Htuy In Canada. j
MHH. A. It. THOMAH of 722 j
South Itnaton avenue, fell Wedltes.
day mortiltiB mtatninlnB u fractured
left wrist. After receiving medical
lutentlon, Mia Thnntna itBiiln r
Hiinii'd work with the lied ('row, I"
which ahe wna rnKURcd when the
accident occurred-
PETITIONS FOIt divorce, wen
filed In dlHtrlcl nnd aupcrlor court
Friday hy Myrtle I.ainl) aBatnai I.
l Nuiih; MarBitret Driver nsalna'
Jninea C. Driver; Willlnm 71. Hnl
(iBnltmt Ihuiiia Hall, Nona llottorff
tiKalnat John W. llottorff, Frederick
Milieu nBulliHt Hazel Mitten.
- -1 - -
MAltltfAO K t.K'KNHFS were la
Bued lo the followltiK Friday hy the
eik nf enmity court: H. J. Lain
Iwin. 39 nnd (h rlrude FiMler ;u
Tulnai llohert D. DuiiBhertv,1 2" nn
Itonnle ,M. ItiKiuin, 2. Coweta; W
W. Abrngast, 31. Hominy nnd
t'athrMi M-miiir. Tui-a. CUurtc
1 I.owory, 21 mid KJua F. linker
1.1. Ilrnketi Arrow.
KENNEDY RESTAURANT
Club Luncheons, 50c
Club Dinners, 75c
Table do' Hote Dinner De Luxe, $1.50
Sunday KciiIiib Scru'tl 5::t() to !):()() p. jii.
DaiioliiK 0:00 to 12:00 p. in., Tucxlays, TliitrMlnys unit .Snturdiijs
JloilBkltts' rhi'.plct'i; Orcltchtra
SPECIALS
TODAY
In addition to our Hesular Sat
urday Spcclalfi, we offer our
homo mtido hard candles nt
70c per lb.
35c per 4 lb.
(llCRUlur price $1.00 per lb,)
For thoHC who rare for the
belter candles. Bcod for young
nnd old nltkc.
Don't forset our delicious
chocolate creams nt
70c per lb.
Today Only
Superior
Confectionery
OU SO. MAIN"
Music Is Essential
BuyaGeiuiie
5tyleVHI50
Style IX $75
5iyleXIV
Victrolanjenkka
DON'T BE MISLED
In Justice to Yourself
5
Let Us
Demonstrate
The VICTROLA
You Get Our Guarantee
If You Purchase,
Whatever .That's Worth
Let the Other Dealer
Demonstrate
His Machine
You Get His Guarantee
If You Purchase,
Whatever That's Worth
Style XI
150
i2-n vjsmmmzrmm
Do Not Buy Any Machine
On the strength of a demonstration of several machines,
made by a man whose interests all lie in the selling you
only one of them.
u ...
Investigate Thoroughly
Before You Purchase
It Is Too Late Afterward
Remember, the only way to get a FAIR knowledge of the mer
it of a machine is through its
proper representative.
Yours for the facts,
A. .T, Crlpo, Manager
Ovor 40 Years in Kansas City and the
Southwest
tyleXV)'
5ty)e X
2
United Shoe
Company
Next Door In (,,( ,,n)(
Reduced Prices on
hoes tor (he
Entire Faniih
Wonderful values, Tan &n4
Ulack, Kiisllalt s'xlri r cilt
and coco, cnlf ,iiur i p
KO nt
. S6.95
Ladles' nlack and
Tan Military and
lllBh Heel Shoe
and Oxfords, vlcl
kid, Buh metal
ainl tan calf
leathern. Values
up to $17 50.
Yourchnlco whllo
lastynt4.98
Thin lot consists of the finest
Shoes niadn for men, of Illaclc
and Tan vlcl kid and katiRaron,
In hnl nnd blucher styles. Shoes
mat lormcriy sou up to 116.50.
rnko your
choice, at
Hoya' high top
Shoes, mndo
hy Harsh and
Kdmond and
K u a r a n
t e o d finest
hardy leather.
In all sizes.
T h o s o Shoea
formerly aold
nf$C50. Out
they go. at,
$4.50
and
$4.95
Children's stitched down Shooj
n Tun and Hlack. button anJ
,aco, doublo stitched and won't
rip. They formerI sold at f 3.50
to $4, 60. All sizes at
$2.65 and $2.92
Men's finest Shoe.i "
Crawford Shoe Co , " I ' S-Vf
nnd nil other fine ""
stralBht lust, BWi ,
Kncllsh. Hlack nod Tuo Tlir-
Hhoea sold 0 tnon ' ' K.'' 1
now at - n
$11.50 an, S12.30
RUSTKR BROWN
HOSIERY
at Special Rcdtacd
l'nccs
All Hinder Itrnwn tl
store tn Hl.ick. T-i"
In heavy and )Bhi "
sold at 60 and 75
special small
sizes
Itrgo
sizes
our
nai
rry
35c
45c
Wool Hose for Ladies- '
Just leeelved by exir.fj
fine silk nnd wool h
dies, bouBht at a "
and If you'll Blvo th- '
irtmit their wojid
values nt . 0
$1.98 ..ndS
United Shoe Co,
Siim-enortt to Johmon Hro
116 South Main St.
Nct to Wonderland
iah u ror nou .-!."

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