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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1920.
Convenes at Noon Today
for Tluce-iYiunui juu
HORDING TO BE THERE
Prcsidcnt-Klcct Expected to
Get n Uig JJcmonsirauon
in the Senate Cha'mber
iriqiiiS'lTON. Hoc. 5. The
jatyrtxth omtrwn will convonu nt
run tomorrow for lis tliltU nnil
,1.. teuton with, as outtrtandlns
ii'tnt the nltomlanco tomorrow nt
ih. nfnatc fcneion of I'ronlilcnt-plect
lirdlns an'1 11,0 prvwntntlon Tues-
O i rt'UlUL'lll lniawiin uiiuuiil
c.r,fr,r Ilanllnc was duo to arrlvo
In'WMhliiKton tliortly before mltl
eichl from Uotlforrt, Vn., whero lio
iriJij an iidtlrws today, nnd la ox
Mini to - to thu oaliltol nhout 9
oik tomorrow mornltiK mid nt
m c to tlio Bennto rliamtmr to
i?sfr tho Hoiiatu roll call, probably
lot th la1" tl""'' Whuthcr .ormtor
Hirdlns would mnko a brief address
h rponsi' to thu d")noiiBtr,itlon of
..hM. nxtjcctcil from hlrt col-
lMSUes nd F(ctntora still was in
luutt tunlclit and was ilepomli'iit,
republican lcailora wild, on tho turn
U dcvciopmcnia iuiiiunu.
Another uncertain fcaturo of tlio
reconvenlnt: of cotiRrcnn wos
nhcthtr President Wilson would do-
htr his mcmaBf l-'ron or kciiu
tt to congress 'j uosuay. upnuon
itnrall s uini win iimrr i-iiurxu
niM ha followed. TJicre was prnc-
tltilly no Information reKimllnt; the
conttnta ot win mewaife, oui inn nc
)!(( wli prevalent that It would deal
ulth America's International rota
tion! and prnsslnR re.constructlon
problems Intiuutns taxation.
Tho final session ot tlio present
toijrtf opi'iis wltn only tnreo
aotihs of allotted official life, end
itg J'jjt before tho Inauguration of
rniidfnt.clect Mnrtllne.Murch 4 utul
ilth an extra session soon auerward
la proypect. Appropriation bllln
Mlii conniutto thu principal task at
hj K.ialun. Secretary Houston of
ttt tieasury will transmit to con
trcrs tomorrow tho annual buditct
c( trtlmatPS for tho fiscal ear ciul
lrc Juno 30, IVi'i. said to ncKrcKute
retMcn tour anil tlve turnout, or iloi-
!r. These intimates will form thu
u;ls fur thu appropriation bills.
hxeent for the demonstration cx-
ptcUil to attend tho appearance of
I'rifldcnt-elect Harding in tho sen
ile, the operilnj; session promises to
be brief and routine. The program
fjllfd only for loll calls In tin
H'iiate and house, iippointmeut of
tommlttees to notify each other and
irtaldint Wilson ot their convcnlnB
Hid adjournment imlll Tursilay. The
president will recelvo tho notifica
tion committees In person and nd
rlao them recardlni; thu delivery of
bli mosfago Tuesday.
Actual uork of botk branches of
tongreM Is to begin Tuesday. The
Usual opening avalancho of bills is
expected tomoriow In thu, house and
Tuesday In thu senate. Considera
tion of minor miscellaneous mea-
rjres on the unfinished business c.tl
ndar luobaljlv will be started Tues
day in the house and Wednesday tho
unite will hcKln debate on thu
Ktnon-Ucndrlck bill fur federal
Wilatlon of tho meat Industry.
A tentative program of legislation,
in addition to the appropriation bills
i expected to he determined this
cek by republican leaders In con
Jtrenre among themselves nnd with
lrtsldint-eleet Harding who will re-
nun nero over Tuesday ror n brief
tile us well as political.
"-piiuiiinii leaders predict that
congress will bo forced to work
Spirit of Master Is
Required to Settle
"t'nlll tho spirit of Jesus Christ
permeates all tho dealings bo
tween capital and labor, wu shall
not see the Ideal conditions In
Industry." said C. It. fr'csutcr
macher, head of tho wclfaru de
partment of tho Cosden companv,
speaklim nt thu Y. AI. C. A. forum
Hundny afternoon on tho Subject
of "Christianity and Industry."
"l-nrgo concerns nro more nnd
moro realizing this fact, Two
hundred ami thirty one out of 431
corporations In this country hav
ing welfare work havo this work
In direct chargo of the owners,
who conduct It on a Christian
basis," ho continued, x
Mr. Kensturmaehcr said that
welfare work dono with tho Idea
of "slaving off" slroublo with thu
men or for tho purposu of salv
ing." could not lio successful. (July
where tho representatives of labor
and the employers can sit down to
gether nnd plan tho conduct of tho
business can loyalty bu expected,
ho said Many business concerns
havo rdopted Industrial democracy
with their employes, noteworthy
Instances being the Packard Motor
company, Colorado Kurd & Iron
company, under John 1). Hoekcr
feller, lr nnd tlio Goodyear Tiro
& Itubber comany.
Miss Willie Mae Anderson sang
n solo following the address.
TAKE BIG BOOST
Reach Large Sum; Much
More m Prospect m
steadily to complete the appropria
tion bills by March I. In addition to
theso bills other legislation likely to
bu taken lip Include measures to re
peal war legislation, lor lellcf of
farmers and piubably a few other
emergency Jillls. Committee, how
ever, were prepared to work gen
erally on matters to bo considered
at the extra session.
A full attendancu of both foliate
and housu Is In urospect. Vlee-
lTCHldont .Marshall, Speaker (llllet
all floor leaders, together with most
of the members of both branches,
had arrived It; Washington tonight.
$18,000 in Jewelry
Stolen in Kansas City
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Uoe. J 1'iillre
tonight declined to discuss details of
an alleged theft of Jewels estimated
to value 1S,0U0 from thu home of
II. C. l'lower, chairman of thu board
nt f1lrwtt,ru nf lV,i. I.'lil1ltt? Vnllnh.1
oank or this city. The robbery onV
inu nignt ot .Novomoer .2, became
Known early today, after effortH of
tho police and thu Klower family to
keep It secret.
Tho jewelry, mostly diamonds, Is
believed to havo been stolen by
porcn ciininers wno entered the
! lower residence while the family
was at dinner.
WEAVER GIVES RECITAL
Kendall Instructor Knterlaln nig
t row a at .sand Mimics.
I'rof. John K. Weaver, head of tho
Kendall Conservatory of Music
gavo an organ recital Kundny after
noon nt tho Community Church in
Hand Springs. A largo audience
wns in attendance.
He was ussisted bv Miss Mnrgaret
Wyndhain, head of tho dramatic
speaking und elocution department
of llenrv Kendall College. Hho
gave tho number "Jtobert of Hlcllty,
aceompatited by l'rof. Weaver.
To tlio Public.
Following Is list of' cars delayed
five minutes or moro nt railroad
crossings, Kridny, Dec. 3rd.
Car No. 1U0 on Main street, at
Krlscn, from 5:30 to S:45 a. m. Car
No. 125 on Main street, at Frisco,
from 6:Rft to 0:03 a. m. Car No.
403 on Main street, nt Frisco, from
r::0 to li:00 a. in. Car No. 405 on
Main street, nt Frlsro. from 6:23 to
6.30 a. m. Car No. 355 on Kendall.
nt Midland Valley, from 7:32 to
7 :3S a. m. Car No. 425 on Main
stieet. nt Katy. from 5:55 to 6:00
p. m. Tulsa Street Hallway Co.
Special toTln WorM.
OKMnlHi:, Dec. I. Hulldlng
permits Issued In Okmulgco In tho
month ot November provide for
buildings tho estlmato cost of which
proximately Jf.0,000 greater than
Is 238, 100, This nmoiint Is ap
the total nmount of permits Issued
In November 191!).
Tho grand total of building per
mits Issued In Okmulgee In tho first
II months of ir20 Is $2,si 0,1 fin,
the figures for each miqilh being ns
iohows: .inniiary, JI71.000: Febru
ary. 2!2,700; March, $231,250;
April, $374.f.00, May, 302,250; June,
$42,500, July. $20,175, August, $92,
350, September, $103,575; October,
$ 124,750; November, $238,100.
indications aro that the total for
the year 1920 will be close In 13.000.-
000 as several lingo building npera-
nons are just iiclng started, permits
for which will bo Issued during the
month of December. The new
operations include thu seven-story
Hunk of Commerco building at
Seventh and tliund, whlrh Is now
under construct Inn nnd which will
cost $500,000; the supf rstructilrn of
tho Hotel Okmulgee, for which
bids will bu called for shortly, tho
cost being estimated nt $500,000;
the Knighls of Cnlumbiis building
estimated to cost $65,000; the Me
Cracken building estimated to cost
$65,000 and the new library and
new Iiospltul nuncx. the estimated
cost nf each being $85,000.
The foundation for the Hotel Ok
mulgee has already been completed
at n cost of $42,000, tho total In
vestment In the site nnd prelimin
aries bringing the outlay In the hotel
to datu up to about ISO.UOO. Tho
foundation of the new Hank of Com
merco building will bo completed
before Januaiy 1.
Japs Wont Give in
to U. S. in Cable Row
lly Tlii- AiaocUlrtl lVa.
TOKIO, Dec. 5. Decision to main
tain Its stand against the demand of
tho United States for control of tho
cable lines between Shanghai, (luam
and tho Island of Yap has been
leached by the Japanese cabinet, It
Is said by newspaper here, Japan
Is willing there should be n Joint
control of the cables by thin country
and the United States, says the news
paper Nlchl Nlc.hl, and the Yonl-Url
Shlinbun states a third porter has
offered to mediate.
STAMM CONCERT PLEASES
rnmlllar ClnsftlcM llemlernl t'lxui
Organ llcforr Ijtrge Amllciuv.
Familiar melodies of tlm organ
compositions "Traumered" by Schu
man, nnd tho overturo to "Tho I'oet
and tho Peasant" by Von Suppn fell
pleasantly on the ears of tho nu
dlenco at thn weekly organ reclt.il
at tho First Christian church Hun
day nfternoon, Krnest I' rnng
Slnmm's rendition giving tlm often,
heard strains a now meaning. Ilolh
numbers have been requested a num
ber of times since tho recommence
Thero's n smoldering spark of wis-
dom In the brain of tho man who
knows wheiitngo home. ..
Coughing at Night
' Can Be Checked
Bronchial coughs, coughs that
hang on after recovery from
influenza or. grip, asthmatic
coughs, coughs cnused by a dia-
treaaing tickling In the throat coughi
that ciuie one not only to loae deep
but to diiturb the real of othera all
tuch cougha can be relieved by Foley's
Honey and Tar.
The Experience of Two Men
L. W. Dr, 65 CamcMl At.. E.. Dttroit.'
Mich., wrlltai "Folai'a llonay anrfTar ia Ittat.
Ilfiliafta sna with btonchiliaTary quickly. M
aomptiin! in that lina haa almoct (ooa anil I bate
oavar 10 hava it afain.'
Chat. Hoffman, Bad Holrl, Onalda, N. Y..
mii: "I haa hean troubled with tickling in
toy throat and couah (or the paat Ibraa tnaniha.
I can hl(hly rocommend I'oley'a HonayaedTwl
M a 00c and 35c botlla ova ma ralial.
Honey and Tarf
IS A-TIME-TRIED REMEDY that
can bcfrelicd upon to (Jet rid of cougha
and coldi that lead to icrloua lllneia if
Children like Foley's Honey
and Tar. It contains no opiates,
and will not injure a delk4tt
We can furnish you all your
lumber and mill work for a
complete house from our
plant, including every
thing, Frames, Lumber.
Sash and Doors,, Lath and
all interior finish.
meni of tho recitals In the early
Newness In organ composing,
representing on the program by thn
suite "Forest Htnilles," by l'ctey
Hideout of Isiudou, hnglnml, was
contrasted not Ulifavoiably with
three rompoilllons upon which the
seal of approval was placed ecu--uiles
ago. To "I'antahlle" by
Frnnclt, .Mr, Ktamm Imparled a cur
ious snng-llke uunlltY. A filling
flnalo to thn program was Dcthler's
"Caprice,' rendered by the recllnllst
with brilliant nnd sparkling effect.
Hash llacovltch, tenor soloist,
una the nKslstlng artist, making his
first nubile nppe.uanco since nu ac
cident In thn summer, Hearty np
plause rewarded his art In two se
lections from thu oratorio, "Tho
I'rodlgal Hon" unit the solo, "Feur
Not Vet, O, Isiael," by Duck.
Applause greeted the nnnonnre-
ment by Mr. Htatnni that Ihc. recitals
would bo held lain or nhlno each
Hun day afternoon until May 1st.
Yeatcrday'H rccltol wns tho 26th In
n peril .
To Oim a Cold In Ono Day.
Tako flrove's I.AXATIVr: llltOMO
Ql'ININIS tablets. The genuine benra
the slgnaturo of 12. V Urove. iOe.
We Give Quick and
We sand your stock finish
and make it ready for in
stallation. A big saving.
Bring us your lumber bills
and save money.
TULSA MILL and
Owasso St. and
The Song of the Apex
Whenever you henr the low, busy-beo hum of an
'Apex Clenner, you will find, amid absolute cleanliness,
a contented woman, reveling in her dustless home, her
spare time, her own freshness and vigor.
The lighUweight Apex, with its exclusive inclined
divided nozzle, its horizontal motor, glides easily under
low-built furniture, close up to baseboards, around
chair and table legs. It cleans with equal thorough
ness at the extreme ends of the thin-lip nozzle open
ing as at the center.
A trial convince you. We
ask the privilege of
showing in your own
homo how helnful the
"tcrflc suction cleaner Apex can be to you.
ISKO ELECTRIC CO.
4 .rin,,. , 1 .nllrl
Comes the New Year
Don't be a spendthrift before and a
saver after the New Year.
Have a good time Christmas, to be
sure, but have it within your
means. The best time to begin
saving is when its hardest to save.
Anybody can save when they don't want to spend
It takes real courage to start a savings account
in the face of temptation to spend more than
you can gather.
Start to save today not tomorrow for tomorrow
never comes. '
It's not the amount you save it's the habit of thrift.
Exchange National of Tulsa
" Plan to Save in 1921" .
Proper Cleansing Preserves Materials
Aside from thu sanitation and
health protection afforded in proper
cleansing of wearing apparel, there
is an economic feature in this serv
ice in the preservation of the mate
rial. Tho accumulation of dust parti
cles, spota of grease or other mib
stanco not only materially detract
from the appearance of the gar
ment, but constitute one of the
greatest destroyers of the "life" of
In Bohnefeld Service the garment
is completely rclievcU of all loose
particles of dust before it goes to
the cleaning bath. The cleaning
and rinsing operations, in hugo
baths of specially refined gasoline,
absolutely dissolve all soluble spots
anil substances and thoroughly
cleanse. After the cleansing and
extracting of the gasoline the gary
ntcnt goes to a huge tumbler where
it is washed with pure fresh nir un
der high pressure. This operation
renews tho finish of the material,
fluffing thu nap ami thoroughly re
freshing the life of each individual
The cost of nohucfeld Service is
very nominal the service very
great in Rejuvenating Wearing Ap
parel; Protecting thu Health of the
Family; Increasing tho Serviceabili
ty of your llcadwear, and in Pre
serving the Life of Materials
Through Proper Cleansing.
"Not How Cheap, but How Good"
Bohnefeld Cleaning and Hat Works
Parcel Post Shipments Receive Prompt Attention
Main Office Six Fat Autos Phone Osage 1210
314 South Cincinnati Ave. Cover the Entire City Connecting all Departments
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Leading dealers every whero recommend
and sell Welcome Guest Coffee. It
makes more satisfied coffee customers
than any other brand.
Ask Your Grocer!
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THE INTER-STATE GROCER CO.
7 East Sixth Street