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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920
Funds to Help Europe to
Be Raised Under Di
rection of Hoard
MANY TUSANS NAMED
.1. II. lladloy Pr.iIi'iil Willi
W. 0. Buck Trmsurur and
Others on Commit leu
At Otdiitinni.L ivy Mutiri iv u itntf
organlrntloli nf -he Hur"ie.in lirlirf
(.'(Mllirll WO (ill lied Willi .li'hii, "
Jtnitlty fif Tulsa ik president. ThH
t o ii ii c tl In n ffili ratlin) of nil relief
mgimlrtillniis for linmeitlnlii nrtlml
In inlslng funds for tin- three n'l'l
ii linlf iiillllmi starving children of
Kurnpr. Itepreseni rli of nil i -lief
uiifiirilimtloiit fiom different
parts f if the slum ntlxtidul tin- cm
loreiico In i'i'iiHi tu t ii-KMttnH
fiom Herbert Hoover, wlio In dp
roctlnj; till council.
It was planned to put mi a whlrl
wlml i iiuii.iliii for funds from Hi"
t-tmbcr lit to S5, details to lie
w.'iUol out ami iinniiiiiiciMl Inter
other officers unci commlttes so-li-rii'il
lit tilt) conference are:
Mrs. Hugh Johnson, Oklahoma
W. ('. limit. Tulft.i, trrnsurer.
Kxecutlvo cnmmltlro; Kill Cross
It. 1.. .lours, TuIkii; Knights of
OolilliiliUK, .1. 1''. Owen, OklutMiimt
Oily; 1'. .1. Onrcy, Muskogee; W, H.
McAtee, o'.dahomu City; Krdnratft-1
Council of Churches; Ituv. K. Hal
kold, Oklahoma. City, Itnv. Puny II.
J'lnrrii, Muskogco, Jowls Joint dls
trllmtloii committee! A. 1). Kngets
mun, uklutiiuna City. Umllo Offun
huchcr, Tulsa: American KTlends'
wervlro, John It. Ilndlcy, Tulsa: IHiV.
Udwln I. Nllcs, Alvuj Y. M. C. A.,
O. . Huberts, Jr., V. M. Decrhalkc,
Okluhoma Cliy, C, K. lluchnor,
Tulsa; V. W. Ci A.. Mm. Iloy Hoff
man, Okluhoma City, Mrs. W. N.
Vlco pronldenls for euch eon
grosslonal district wero named as
follows: IMrst. MrH. ICutrone Imw
son, Nowata; second, II. V. rtlbsun,
hiHkoKi-o: ihlrd, 10. 0. Million. Mo
Alcstcri fourth. 1. A. Norrl, Ada:
fifth, MrH. J. O. Pearson, MatuhMI.
Mlxth, Tom Wnde, Mnrlow; seventh,
Denny MontKomcry, Hobiitt; eighth.
K. W. MarUnd. I'oncft City,
Herbert Hoover advises Mr. ll6
loy thnt child rVlluf must hnvn
priority over nil other Kuropean re
lief movement until tss.ooo.ooo Is
.'provided for Immediate need.
Hadlcy yesterday forwarded plans
to whip Into shape at onco n atate
organization for quick action which
m iWnm necessary because of the
imperatlvo and urgent need. All
chairmen of lied Crosii chapters
have hoon requested to cll together
th county representatives or. me
different nnrantiatlnnsj thnt will
partlclpnlo In tho drive, to form an
organisation o carry un tup cam
A NEW SOVIET THREAT
All InvreimcutM Ity I'lin-lirocru to Io
I'oiiiiiinnili-rrrd in rcveiu of wr
on ItnlM. Im UrlMtrt.
l,ONDON, Doc. 9. An KxchailRO
Tcli-Rraph dliipatch from CoponhaR
tn today quoted tho newspaper
'olltlkrn n naylnK: 'l.rnlne nn
out word to tho HlRii ronferenc
that, Im'C'Hiho of the iittiickx nKUlnt
tlin ri.ili nn nrcount of lluxfllail rttn-
t-(-Moiin to fortilRn cftpltalUtu, llio
huvIm will I'ommiindeer nil invent-
jniintti In tho event of war nntnit
inovlot lttlHHln. Tho Vn.ndo.rllp pro
Iionnls nro undur consideration." j
18lnco WiiHhltiRtnu I). Vandcrllp
oft uovlct JtUHMla after neourlnR con
(Mlona In Ktlicrla and u contract
for tlm puri'linuM of a vnHt amount
rif Aineiicun BoikIr by tho Moncow
Kovornment a number of dlnpntcheH
liavo been circulated which hail the
appenranuo of beliiR "lnnilred,"
Kolno of tlicho A'cro of a naturo to
promotn nlteptlcliim of tlm nucci'iH
of tho Viwiderllii )lulnn venture,
It won a nlkhlTiourti Met. lunVrver.
thut ntinntutcnmct'.t of- Vnndcrllii'i
roiiccsHlon wiib quickly followurt by
tho announcement Ip London that
flreat lirltatu woiilil r'Kn u commni'
V'lal nurcouiciu with hovIuU lUinnlu
and tho announcement by Premier
Iatbui-k of Kriincn that tho Vrvneh
Rovernment would permit French
biiKlneKH men to trade with 'Knvirt
HuFla on their own responsibility.
UNITY BUILDING SOLD
Like Vour None? If
Not He'll Chutifc It
"LIONS CLUB. BACKS
OLD 'DUDS' DRIVE
i " "
Public Asked to Bundle
I Up Old Clothes to Be
( Distributed to Needy
I. nol Into the dark corner of
nil the cIuhoIh. Auk hiibliv which
lot Inn he'M throiiKh with- n'nl,
lnllib. nuk wife the wiine iiici'i in.
I'lic n, nfler wiiliivr thrinuli Jie pro
mi uf iilliiiliiatlo-i. lake I In) old
lotlns, nlioex, huts and Rlovcfs, tin
nein In a biiiiilln - and wnlt.
Mutiilay nfti-rnuoTi. I)et.etib.- i.l,
the l.lolis lli.li will cci'iduet ,:n "old
lOlhen" I'limpiilKii. A: Hie weekly
million licl'l In lit- priHi" illulni
oom of Hotel Tulsa Th-iU'liiy noon,
liieiiilmtH vnlimteeteil to II'.' their
iiteln hejjiliiK wither ilm t-ninllc f.
Tied sei utely. they shon.d Im plncul
n the front pnr -li, where t.'ny limy
be picked tip nilliliiy I) the Itnv
t-irnii'K, lio will accoinpntiy each
The rlotliliii; thus .iltir.l will
lie turned i ver to tho H uviitlmi
rmy for distilliuM' tun n.t lie
rlty'n needy. It will provido
warmth ilurlm,' rnlcl weather, .tlid
Hill provide at least n wnrin Christ
mas to several hundred wh i way
rerelvo no other form of i liner.
In a-similar latnpaUn conducted
at Oklahoma (;by, lie M-.ni .lull
(ihtnlnrd 1,800 bundles, ind tho
Tuls.i club expei Is to paw that
Tho Automobile club will prob
nblv bo iiskinl to siinnly more auto
mobiles than those owned by l.lons
If they aro needed.
Oiipl. Iliiiin llaliiiifnllier, tmrtiKiii
11 of Wnr-'l lino I'liine, to Is-c-turn
nt cnnc nllcin Hall,
Willi ureal prospects for burn,'
well lerelvecl, c-iiitaln llrue,
Halnrtfiither Is to nppeitr tnnlRht
in Convention hall in a lecture,
whhh he Is neh( diiled to drlvo home
with his famous iai toons.
At tho dose of the ledum the
cartoons which have been drawn
throUKholit. will be auctioned oft
for tlm benefit of Tulsa Christina"
ehallUes. Ilnriy Hallo of tilt;
Amerlian IcrIiiii will bo the auc
tioneer o ml. in'' ordhuj to hl broth
is In the leitnin, will "put It over
o.ipimn lMlrnsfalher will bn n-
Dr. Julleri HourRUit, a fat. mini
I'leileh Hiirueon, has eoirm to the
Pulled HinieM at the request of sev
eial wealthy Ameib.iliH who would '
have their noun n built Ur 1 ten i
Kliet served lu the ) r n 1 1 at my as I
nuiri'OUiiiiiI ast'iundeil the meillral
proiesMitm ny nur inniM'finin iipeia- .
lions tn rnHtotliiK tbu faces of il In-
riKurecl French soldlein to almoHt ,
I. W. W.'S LOSE APPEAL
Olrcull Court of Appeals Denies a I
Hi'lieurlOR In ( ii-e or III con-vli-U-il
In lonclls' Court.
CHK'AtltJ. lJee. 3,- IliihqarlliK
was denied by tho circuit court of
appeal late today to William (III
Mill) Haywood, leader or the I. w.
V. and it co-defuudanls oouvlcled
sciinellmo iiro for violation of the
esplonnRn act and conspiracy to ob
nit net tho nelectlvn draft.
After tho denial of the re-hear-
Iiir. AttOrncja Clan-Tiro H. tiarrow
and Olto (JhtlstenHiin asked a stay
of senteneu to i:lvu them time to
lirescut the case before tho suprem
court of tho Onlled Mutes. No
definite tlnui was allowed, but a
stay, was k ran ted on rondlllun that
iilimCOiaio sieps wouiu nn uikuii
hrltitf tho casen beforo tlm supreme
court. Tho Hentenres raliKO. from
10 years to 20 years.
The men were convicted In JucIro
Landls' court In Atimut, 1918, and
Iminedlatily u leRal battle was
started to prevent the eairylnR out
of .thu sentences, ur tno a7 con
victed, all but thren Joined In the
offort to Have themselves from
CHICAOO. Dec. 9. Charles J.
Voplekn, United ttates minister to
inc li,IKa,,Ki touay Hum um resiKnif
Hon to President Wilson, til health
of Mrs. Voplcka and a deslro to re
turn tn prlvato life were Klveu us
his reasons. Mr. Voplcka has been
homo on a luuvo of absuueu since
Another NEW ONE
At THE BOSTON
Iroduccd by Will KaRleton, the
commander of tho Joo Carson post.
Tho tectum will beRln at !si30.
Prices of udrntsslon will bu CO cents
to K-.tson tkket holderii and II to
tho seheral iiubTlc. Advance ticket
sale at tho Quaker IJriiR rtoro today.
The cllnlo for treatment of chil
dren's diseases, maintained by tho
Humane society at Its officii in the
courthouse, will meet today noon.
Disease of children from the In
fant sIiiro up to t. years of aRe
inn treated freo of charRo by phy
Black Satin Strap
Louis heel, hand
BOSTON SHOE SHOP
320Va South Main Upttaira, Over Woolworth't
Remember, We Are Upstairs. We Have No Downstairs
Store in Tulsa
hklly Oil Company, Preened Cikr
IUmiui, Hiijs Slruetnrv on I'ourtli
Oci'iipv l.'ntlro lliilldliti'
Announcument uu mndo Thurs
dny of the piirrhaoo by the' Shelly
till company or the unity mum m; ai
Fourth street and Moulder avenut'.
The former owners were Vcncll and
Tho Kkelly Oil eomiiany will Im
mediately occupy the ton thrco floors
of tho building, Uitor it will occuiiy
the entire structure. At present the
company Is on-upyliiR offices In the
l ust National bank btllldlnff, but
thcfco I - .ime so crowded that It wns
iieei-mrv to find new uuarterK,
The pmch.iNC price of tho Unity
uuiitiitiir was not uumiuuceu. f
Help ArliicniiM t.iiarils,
I.lTTI.r. ' HOCK. Ark., Dee. 9.
Tho Arkansas committee on safety
and public welfare appealed to re
cently to assist In rcniKtiolxatlnn of
the national irimrtl and to eo-onere.'e
With peueo officers In emerKCUcteH,
today mloplod a rOHiilutlon asklm;
that the leKlslnttiru puns a bill nlar
inp tho nitllnual Riiard on a iiiIIciiko
tmrlH, Herclotore the Riiard bus been
denemlent upon biennial anornnrl.i.
Hons, whl h Kuard officers declared
orun were itinleiiuiite.
Retains the Flavor
Hnvo you ever noticed bow the natural fluvor of a
fino iteak is retained when broiled under a gnu
The Piune method i.s u.scd when tonHtiiiK Breakfast Do
Luxe coffou. The rich, mellow aroma for which
Breakfast Do Luxe is famous is toasted in tho berry
by'our Kas-heated drums.
Nothing more utimulatiiiK or enjoyable than, a
steamiiiK cun of this fragrant coffee. Make Itas.
oti always have made your coffee in the perco
lator in a drip pot, or boiled coffee in a pot it is
always the same j;ood coffee.
Valuable coupons in every package begin saving
them today insist in your grocer sending you
Breakfast Do Luxe order by name.
Write today for our new
premium book. It htis CO
or more valuable pre
miums, you can koi with
thu coupons In Mrrakfost
Do Luxe roffert, Addrvs
P( IUNC CO,
IIANMw mj -mill iioriN
III' I II I l T i ,s, ,ni. ,
Do lil t U lu'ljr . 1 h)- IIAIIIJ.VINB
rutin i iii
ml. Ti lt I
JIKKT n r. I .
Our l u
t ml Infttl
i tf fX'ruv ii-unc '.
i'Vfv w,.i ,. , ,,1B
K ' n II t.- : (1 . .
I 1,-'l ' ' 4 lll.M.
ITS TOASTED FOR FLAVOR
' "The Living X-Ray"
Itoso Wonder Ii ilchlKimtti) as n "I.UIrus .V-Hny" iMoauio cho Iim
huiIi ninnrkable mutton Ii Imiitlott iINcum anil nllmcnta of tno
Klin inn find jour nllmcnts without our telllnit licr nnythlnir. l)o
not orry ovit alluieiitri ou ilo not hao lint find init what rrnllr
nils you. .Many iwople of nil i Ihim-o Iiiim' praleil lur work very
Idichlr. .Not n Clatrtoiiutl Not a Spiritualist:
Sho will iteinipstrnli' to nny siiffrrrr her ability to toctUo troublo
unit shit ilm' It iilr-olutely without I'trarKC.
Most ii)bily cun eel permanent relief when the rcl ransc of
their ailment l loi-iiliil. (ict jours Icnateil.
Sho works with the hoM medlinl nnd i-hlropnictlc itin-lors to bo
hail, thooi: who tnko pride In rcllclnir nil nuiiiiier of ill-.rn.-es, but
joii nro not obllKiiteil to them by i-oiiilnr to sec Itoso Wonder,
If )oii hIiiiuIiI ioiilder lakliif- their treatment, tlm cost Ls very
316 Herskowit Bldg. Oklahoma, City, Okla.
Will Be at 14 East Fifth Street, One Week Only
Phone Osage 5605
Tulsa's Largest Shoe Distributors
412 So. MAIM.
318 So. MAIN
Salesmen and Women
Wo have opotilncH In our sales force for
that different kind of salesmen and wonu'ii.
Only perMins qualified to handle the trade
In n plcashiK niaoiiiT will be coutldcrcil.
Appllciints must hate hail oxihtIciipo In
KITTI.NCJ hhoes ami In: capable of working
hand in hand with nn alrtvuly efficient force
of KKHV1CK salespeople.
Apply to MANAGER,
Between the hours of 8 a. m. and 9 a. m.
Apply in person only. " '
Itobcrt A. McUirnoy
Funeral Director. Phono -456-U1-
91S4. 2t Bouth Main. Advt.
What slull I kUc him. i ioi
your nnswor In clarification g.
Maurice Tourneur's"The Great
Redeemer" Coming to Palace
Mnurlco Tourneur's sreat screen
production, "TlnJ Oreat Uedeemcr,"
which Is to bo shown at the Palace
theater berrlnnlni? Sunday, tells a
story thnt Is so absorblnK and
thrilling that nersons who behold It
will Inevitably conclude that it Is
fiction that It never coum nave
happened in real life.
Such Is, In fact, not the case.
While "The Oreat ltedeemcr" was
written by II. II. Van I.oan nnd Is in
tho main a work of imagination, Its
central thtme U taken direct from
life. It embodies an Incident that
happened In a prison nt fean uernar
dlno, Cal.. two years aro. A Mexl-.
can was serving 15 years there for
manslaughter. On the wall of hU
cell he painted a picture of tho
crucifixion. It was a patntlmr whoso
beauty- attracted attention' all over
As a direct result of the Influence
of this palntlnif tho Mexican was
icranted a pardon by the Kovornor of
the state and Is now a professional
Hrtlst, making a living in Los An
iceles. Tho palnllnB of Tho Crucifixion
photottraphed in tho production of
"Tho Oreat Redeemer" Is a copy of
that on the wall of tho Mexican's
cell In. San Bernardino. Prlesta who
were Interested In tho Tourneur
production because of its powerful
appeal to thu finest iiualltles in Us
beholders, snw tho palatini; and re
quested that It be Riven to them to
bo hunit In their church. This re
quest Mr. Tourneur triad ty Branted
and tho painting Is now on Mow In
tho itoman Catholic church at (Hon
Mr. Van Lonn, tho author lal
"Tho Oreat Redeemer," struck iJ
an acquaintance In Ios Antceltt
with the ' pardoned Mexican, nn
from him obtained tho story which
he Incorporated lu his screen
This he embolllshed with n stronK
rounterplot nrd some splendid 1(V
Interest, and the finished produc
tion Is said to possess great strenuth
and uncommon Interest. Hoiua
PetcrH nnd Marjorlc Daw are the
chief .players In the nll-stur caul
wlilrh Interprets "The Orrat lit
deemer." Mr. Peters plnys Dan
Mnlloy. n two-gun bad man who li
resencrated, Miss Daw Is tho pltl
whose noble e.xnmido first starts
Dan on tho right path.
Tho magnificent scenery of the
untrammelled west serves at a
background for the mighty clramitlc
Incidents of tho story. .lules Kurth.
man und Jack Gilbert sevnarlolreJ
Mr. Vnn Loan's ntory and the pro
duction was directed by OUrencu
Mrown under the pcrsqnal tupcrvl
alon of Mr. Tourneur. Adt.
FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
for a Day
FOR A DOLLAR
lb. cans 30c per can
. I -
BUY IT BY
Delicious, steaming dishes of wholesome, guaranteed, pure
foods,;, served in a dozen different ways are made possible by the
War Department sale of Canned Corned Beef Hash and
This is the food your Liberty Bonds, Thrift Stamps and War
The meat that was proclaimed the most nourishing and delight
fully palatable ever served a civilian or a professional Army.
As a result of Uncle Sam's last release of these meats, the pub
lic developed a $10,000;000 ap'pctite and soon depleted stocks at
the various Quartermaster. Depots.
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS WORTH MORE
arc being released to accommodate tho demand fromall over America
by families who would Dine for a Day on a Dollar.
SEE YOUR DEALER AT ONCE
If he has not these meats in stock ask him whv. Them is a
good legitimate profit in them for hiln and a big saving for youl.
THE WHOLESALE PRICES
printed below. They will give yo'u some idea of, what you will save on your
purcnases. bnow mm tnis advertisement and order your winter's supply of this
delicious, guaranteed, pure food.
CORNED BEEF HASH
lb. cans 15c per can
No. 1 cans IGc per can
N No. 2 cans 27c per can
1 lb cans 18c per cun
G lb cans $1.00 per can
TABLE, OF DISCOUNTS
Discounts to apply on nil purchases of surplus
canned meats on and after November 15, 1920, are
as follows :
? 250. to $1,000. net
1,001 to 2,GO0 5 per cent
2,501. to .1,000. 10 per cent
4,001. and over 20 per cent
The Government will pay freight on carload lots
to any point in the United States located more than
twenty miles from shipping point.
CUMULATIVE PURCHASES COUNT
When purchases reach $50,001. -4 net to prevail
I When purchases reach $100,001. 28ft net to prevail.
When purchases reach $500,001, Wfi net to
When purchases reach $1,000,001. and over 35ft
net to prevail
MINIMUM ORDER ACCEPTED $250
Orders should be sent tn DEPOT QUARTERMASTER st
thu following acJclretiics;
New York City, 461 Slh Avenue.
Boston, Mass., Army Supply Hase.
Chicago, III., 1819 W.3'Jlh St. .
Atlanta, Ga., Transportation Mdg..
.San Anlflnlo; Tex. .
San Francisco, Cnlif. 1
CHIEF, SURPLUS PROPERTY BRANCH,
Office of the Quartermaster General.
Munitions. Bldg., Washington, D. C.
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