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TULSA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 80, 1922
Health Bonds Also to Be
Placed on Sale in Tulsa
BIG IMPETUS IS GIVEN
Cosden Co. and Employes
Turn in Nearly $2,500 for
Tomorrow tees tho beglnnlnc of
the annual Christmas seal tn.le. The
alo, whose proceeds aro to go to
ward relief for tuborcular cases and
for general public health work In
Tulsa, Is to bo conducted by tho
Tulsa County Public Health associa
The BaU waa given a tremendous
Impetus at tho very outset ljj; two
checks, each for lnuru than J 1,000.
Tho other day N. U. llonthorne,
president of tho Tulsa county as
sociation, and John It. Woodward
presented to the Cosden people the
meaning and the plan for tho drive.
Yesterday a check for $1,223.50, the
gift of the employes of tho Cosdun
plant, waa turned Into headquarters.
Tho employes themsolves raised the
fund, going 100 per cent. The Cos
den company Itself matched the
amount with another check.
No personal solicitations are to be
mude. Mote than 13.0U0 letters
aro being sent out this wouk,
inclosing seals. Tho Tulsa county
echools, at tho suggestion of County
Superintendent Mrs. Jllnetto Hedges,
are co-oporatlng and tho Boy Scouts
are going to lend their aid to tho
tale, beginning Saturday by plac
ing cards and placards about tho
city. Seals will bo on salo at all tho
tores and the fcalo Is to last through
Health bonds are to bo offered for
nale In denominations of from tS
to $1,000. These ara bclrij; offered
to organlaztlons and to women's
clubs. Last year Tul&a was tho only
, city In tho stato that sold these
bonds, the Tulsa county nsoclatlon
realizing moro than $7Gu from Us
als will bo on sale In tho post
office during tho woek of Decembor
15. This sale vill be in charge of
tho Jewjsh Council of Women, as It
has always been.
Christy Mathewson, famous ball
player, and who has been cured of
tuberculosis, has posed for a special
film that will bo shown nil weok, be
ginning today, at tho Majestic
The proceeds of tho salo are to so
toward malntenanco of the work
ntnong tubercular patlonta and also
for public health work In Tulsa.
This Includes tho clinic, the dis
pensary and goneral public health
work. Tho salo of seals is county
wide. Collinsvillo is managing Its
own drive and will take caro of its
R0TARIANS DINE LADIES
l'len Tor Xcw l'ollco Station Is Marie
lit Xoon Luncheon Here.
Talented vocalists and readers,
turkey and dressing and a plea for a
new pollco station filled a crowded
program at tho Hotary club lunch
eon at Hotel Tulsa Wednesday noon.
It was ladles' day, a periodic event
In Hotary circles, ond the program
was designed to appeal especially to
Mrs. Itachel Watson Shaffer and
Hoy Harrison sang two solos, while
Florence Ulack gave a Thanksgiving
reading and Mrs. Morlo C. Prunty
parodied several recitations at the
expense of Hotarlans. Their audience
clamored for moro, but lack of time
cut short the entertainment. The en
tertainment was so unusually pleas
lng that few persons realized tho 30
mjnute extension of tlmo over that
or regular meetings was up.
l'ollco Commissioner Harry W
Klskaddon asked tho club to becoma
Interested In a movement to build a
new and modern police station, to
replaco "tho ramshackle building
that Isn't fit for human habitation.
His requests wn3 referred1 to tho
board of directors.
SCHOOL VACATION IS ON
Tulsa StndcniN Given Four Days to
Kecover From Thanksgiving.
The dark brown casto of tho
morning ifter tho day before that
Is traditionally a part of the Friday
after Thanksgiving will bo consider
ably alleviated for studonts in the
city schools by reason of the fact
that thero Is no school tomorrow.
All schools closed yesterday after
noon for tho Thanksgiving holiday
that happily strotches over, Sunday.
Those teachers who aro fortunate
enough to live near their home towns
are going homo for tho week-end.
Thera Is aconsldoraulo number of
these. Other high school teachers
mostly, are planning to go to Mus
Jcogeo today for the football game.
Tho Filgram fathers camo In for
their annual sharo in the Thanks
giving programs that were featuren
of general assemblies In all tho
chools yesterday. Talks and special
music pertaining In oomo way to tho
day formed climax to a week do
voted to preparation for Thanks
giving and preludo for tho day it
telf. IXJcomotlvo Explodes, 1 Dead.
DAYTON". Ohio, Nov. 29. One
man was killed and two hurt, one
probably fatally, when tho boiler of
the locomotive hauling an extra
freight train on tho Baltlmoro &
Ohio railroad exploded early today
near Kilkaro park, oast of Dayton,
Robert A. McBlrney.
Funeral director, 921 S. Main.
Thone Osago 191-456. Advertise-
Committee Created by
OKLAHOMA CITV. Nov. 29. Tho
rotntnitfeo created bv CSovcrnnr.nlort
J. C. Walton to paw upon agricul
tural legislation to be presented to
the now legislature, assembled at
the statohouse thte aftornoon to re
ceive roports from subcommittees
named to handle specific classes Into
which tho measures hnvo heen
divided. Tho subjects on which re
ports were cxpecied wrore ware
houses, home ownership, tax revi
sion, free textbooks, public utilities
ami amendments to co-operative
TURKEY DINNER FOR MAYOR
RING IS MISSING
Rev. Collier Returned
From California for
M'ALBSTKH, Nov. 29 Itev, .!.
Thomas Collier, arrested 10 Unyi.
ago in Long Beach, Onl.. at the re
nuert of MrAletcr .luthorll'es.
charged with cmbewlomont of a
Masonic ring vnluM at $250, arrived
In McAlester Tue'dny afternoon In
ruttoily of Deputy Sheriff Fritz
Tho officer had been sent after
Collier w'jen word was received of
the arrest and that llevnrend Col
lier would naive extradition, but
when Deputy Bhorlff Sittlo culled
for his man In California, Collier
had demanded an extradition pro
cess honored by tho governors of
both states, Tho hccumhI man was
arraigned immediately on hl.t ar
rival and entered a plea of not
guilty. Ho uiih remanded to Jull
with a bond set at $1,500 and falling
to obtain It w.n at ,1 o'clock last
night placed In the Jail and assigned
thi cell iciently occupied by Hev
J CV Trotter, a Methodist minister
hold now for safekeeping In the
penitentiary pending a trial on em
bezzlement charges. Trotter was
recently rolurned from Colorado,
where ho had gone after filing his
way out of Jail.
Collier (inlved home heavily
laden with baggage, part of which
consisted of a trombone and a cor
net In cai'. He was the organUnr
of the Scottish lllte consistory li.uul
In this city, and ranked ns one of
the leading musicians of the Nt.ito
After srrvl'ig tho Methodist church
approximately H years In this
state Collier went over to the lt.ip
titt denomination and was In )i 1 1 k
f tho Ninth M''Aloter ll.iptlM
chiiicli, when In Juno he Is alleged
lo have abandoned his family. The
tmmo of a well-known woman of thin
city was associated with him In the
complaint filed by his wife asking
for divorce, which wns grnntwl In
On nrrlvnl In McAloster. Collier
started to give a statement to the
county attorney and repoitern tell
ing of his arrest by n detective
In Iong Bench ami four wub
sequent dnys In the dirty cell with
out knowing why he wn held, lie
u1o n detailing lilt sliln of ttif
ring nmttci In the conliuversv and
had Just ri'.whcd a point to explain
I lit disposition In San l'ian i, '
'win' i ih" attorney sent for lv line
irnd Collier arrived and tho test!
has never yet hern told He was
i niltloni'd not to tit I h oilier, ns
Minister, served several places In
tills state .and before entering the
ministry the owner of a laundiy
KILLS HIS BROTHER-IN-LAW
I'nmllj gnaiivl In Teton IjtimIi to
WACO. Texas. Nov. ?1 Clarence
Johnson It iimi gi'il wild the shooting
of 11. 11 Torli-i. r0. Mi father In
law who was kilii-d In front of
, Johnson s home four miles ,muUi-
ca t of M mhU 'In i unly. ast
I i) i;'it 1' Hi' im sh"t with a tar
get rifle, the bullet striking him In
the pit of the stomach. H died
within a hnlf hour. After the throt
ing Johnson surrendered to a Justice
of thn pence t Moody following
which a complaint charging murder
was filed against him.
A family quarrel Is said to hav
preceded Ihe shooting. Porter Is sur
vived by his widow and snernl children.
Dr. Mark While, 30, N. Michigan
Hlvri , Chlrmrn. will b at Hotel
Tulsn. December 3, to glvo his
si'iiim to thosn nffll ted wl'i
in i vuiisnnsn and goiter. This eerum
i,ives pcrmnni nt reijltfl, A Aver
Unknown Donor PiVMmts Tulsa's
First CIUmmj With Hugo Ulnl.
Tulsa's first citizen. Mayor H. F.
Nowblock, will sit down Thursday
noon to a typical turkey dinner with
all tho trimmln's such a dinner as
alwayij Is associated with though' s
of a coniplote Thanksgiving. Pro-1
pared by Mrs. NewblocK, the dinner
menu will bo headed by roast tur
key. Then will follow In their order I
oyster dressing, crannerry sauce and
"I've got a big turkey," tho mayor
explained Wednesday. "I don't
know who sont It,, tmt It was de
livered to my house bearing a card
on which was written 'compliments
of tho season.' I'm glad someone
waa thoughtful enough to send this
necessary article on tho Thanks
giving program, oven it I don t know
Louisiana Woman Tells How
This Well - Known Liver
Medicine Helped Her
Baton Rouge, La. "After having
used many laxatives, I chanced to
hear of Black-Draught, and decided
to use It as a liver tonic," says Mrs
E. B. Odom, of 83S South Boule
vard, this city.
"Black-Draught acted on my liver,
cleansed my system, and 1 was In
much better condition after having
used It," says Mrs. Odhom.
"Black-Draught relieves tho swim
ming, or lightness, In the head.
"It relieves tho heavy fooling after
meals, which Indicated to mo It was
good for Indigestion.
"So I keep I5lnck-Di aught In tho
houso nnd use It for colds, headache,
sour stomach and torpid liver. I
havo told my friends, and they uso It
"My present health Is Improved
Thousands of people have learned
of the value of Black-Draught from'
personal experience, and hnvo chos
en it as their favorite powdered liver
medicine. It Is purely vegetablo; not
disagreeable to take; causes no bad
When you get up in tho morning
with a bad tasto In your mouth,
stomach not right, tilllous, or havo a
headacho, try a dose of Black
Draught. Keep a package in your
home, ready for lmmedlato use when
.sk your druggist for Black
Draught liver medicine,
m 109-11 East 3rd Street
, 175 Thanksgiving, ,75
See that the ,
bears tho name I
m 1 : I . . 1
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BIus Points on Half Khell Fresh Shrimp
Cream of Turkey aux Croutons Green Turtle a 1' Anglalto
Potage a la Condo
.Fllot of Sole a la Chlvry
Roast Stuffed -Toung Turkey and Cranberry Sauce
Suckling Pig Boast Apple Sauce
Cauliflower In Cream
Waldorf Salad and Mayonnals
English Plum Padding Hard Sauco
Music 6 to 8 P. M.
mmmVou, Too, Can Havo asm
Ubd klod an b avoided: brh. ncriwily
t.t . . j m. ,inai I .lirkT
well and well hiir more lox-
i rof tha WId'l Oit
Swan Park Addition
EXCIA'SIVK 1IOMH S1T1S
See theso t"day
F. K. DICKr.IlSOX
Is Ready at the Eatwell
The tasty viands prepared here by our own
chefs the host of delicatessen products of im
ported and domestic pack afforded here, mean
many unusual and savory dishes for the Thanks
Riving dinner, with less effort irWts preparation.
The following foods will prove especially ap
pealing our service provides facilities for
those who wish to take them home for serving.
HAMS SAUSAGES FRANKFURTERS
TURKET CHICKEN REEF PORK
ALL KINDS OF PASTRY INCLUDING FRENCH PASTRT
LADT FINGERS MACAROONS CAKES
We Ara tho Solo Agents for
PARK A TILFORD'S CANNED OOODB
IMPORTED LINE OF CROSS St BLACKSWELL
Special Thanksgiving Menu
Today for EatwclPs Diners
For those who will eat Thanksgiving dinner
down town, the Eatwell's special Thanksgiving
menu, its appointments, service and quality,
will prove exceptionally pleasing.
Service a la Carte
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