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THE TULSA DAILY ffUKLP, 8 V V D A V, VOVKMRFT? 1(1, 1918
T II R E E r i Nippy Wealher is due. It's only a mat ter of a few days until heavier clothes will bo essential to your com fort. Let us show you the advance styles in Alfred L'enjamin Spero-V.ichael& on and ( lass A Clothes Suits and Oven (nits $15.00 to $39.00 mi i mi II NIB Ml s( KXI'tiHT 1(1 1'K I I l KM iimi; i si ..i mi i. soM.s ;l T l . LECTURE 10 CLUB WOMEN I'n. i Kihvunl Kielscr of Kuitsaa City (ilves Edifying Talk to duo 111:1(11 or the Stale, "Persona do not have to be mu sicians in order lo appreciate good music," sui.i ICdward Krelaar of Kan sas City, iii mi edifying and thorough loctun on "flood ii tui Had Muale," be. tore the biennial aeaaion of the Ok lahoma Federation of Women'a dluba l:i st Prida) attorn i. Professor Krelser said many things about mu aii thai placed a new Unlit on the musical situation for many, "Thla is ooi a lecture I am going to deliver," in- s-mi al the beginning of hi talk, "for I don't Ilka the word 'lecture.' I want you to conalder this nm IN HDKlffi 'l Ml I! KM I I ol s I Ml nil Vi I III KDKIJDB U IMjl IKIIiS. "I .nil receiving hundreds of in uuiriea every week from 1 1 over the country from weakly, sink women asking me whether I am really cured, 1 know how to sympathise with worn, en suffering torture with female iii ranee, i had cen up hope of ever being well again, I was distracted at tlmea with pain and aged very rapid ly. My husband insisted that I should try the Btoctro-atedlcal Doctors Lynn iimi Kimball about a year ano. I hoped that the treatment would kill me and and my misery, but 1 grew steadily better, and gained so pounds (I irlng the hot summer, i am well ti ii, iy, and m cure is going to stay, l can nut answer all the letters I re ceive and take mis means to answer them. Ii Drs, Lynn and Kimball tell iu tlint they can run' you, I believe thai they will di SO. I kn..w of many other cases cured, anil others saved from an early grave, I would advise nil women to conaull The Electro Medical Doctors Lynn and Kimball, i:'K Robinson Arcade, Mrs. w. a Adams, 22 South llnin. Tulsn. Okla." ail. V l.'JBsa-R- J ' Let me supply you with those BETTER GLASSES you have been thinking about so long. Six wars in Tulsa. 2b years, experience. Lenses grouml on premised. F. J. Anderson III Main. subject an though y.u were students In the classroom, "The elemental art instinct la unl versali" bs explained, "bul music is not general, Everyone loves music and each person ' s orltlo of It. In their way and If 'passionately fond' of It. "Many people boast of their Ignor ance of music. They do BOt il" SO sboui art or literature, though. Rome say music Is cheap, m a senss ii all depends upon what kind of music ou consider music Architecture la cheap if you consider the roof of a chicken house as architecture; tic saiHB with pictures, if you oall th comic papers art; aheap novels hav the same position ill literature. Tic re hearing of music Is not enough. Ymi should und rstand it. II is folly in condemn music without offering a substitute for ii. "There is a Wide chasm between popular and olassic music Boms mu sicians, when ridiculing the public for ii oi properly appreciating certain se lections forget thai they themselves have t ho educated to the polnl where they could thoroughly appre- . late It.'' Professor Krelaer took s fiinn at i in, tendency of some musicians t" adopt peculiar modes of dress or per sonal appi arance. He condemned long hair as "freaky," "People must I lucated to mu- ali In Ciller to appreciate It," he said It is nm enough tu hear it only. Be vo thai you can balance your emo tional unjoymeni with Intellectual ap praciatlon. Music is a science with two grand diversions vocal and In strumental. Thi vocal words arc . Ue In IhC theme " lie pointed out the need "f more re ligtous hymns, saying thai congregs tlona singing In the church become monotonous unless new songs are in troduced occasionally. Many people," he saidi "have naked if music less.. us pay. They want to Knew whether Johnnie or Bush will ever be able to t"t a living out of their musical education, li Is Just as foolish i 1 1 Inquire If reading oi writing win pay. or education of an) kind. Music has a refining ml cue. eapeclally upon boys and will efteol i heir whole future, it must be re inembered thai the boys of today an the men of tomorrow. The average ican is Ignorant "f the best tunes; thai Is because he didn't learn mush a'hen a boy, ami he's too busy now to take It up. " Professor Krelser ridiculed "rag time," saying thut more appropriate names for it would be "slap time." "thump lime," or "hump time." "Rag time is simp!) sycapation oi at done," tie declared. "Top ilar music f the right order is all ris'lit. however. The average 'i oon song is silly ami nonsensical, it is the words of the average present-day popular Song that ruin It for it Is a case of mediocre music made worse bs words that are suggestive and vulgar. Chil dren are easiiv Impressed by these s ums ami ii is the early impressions thjat last. Tic country is flooded with trashy music." "it is not absolutely necessary to learn to play an Instrument in order in understand ami appreciate music," li" continued, "but the art of heariua music is derived from knowing muai Vou can know pictures ami yel net i.e able to paint, and it Is the l inn way with music" The speaker declared that the pop ular music of today is much worm than the pi. p ilar music of "yester day." The old-fashioned tunes were- re spectable at least," he aaiil. Professor Krieaar was brought to Tulsa by the club woman of this city and his lectun sa wall as his organ recital, given Friday night, were both nmpllmentary to the federation dele, gate. S35.G0 Fumed Oak Ohina Closet with one plate mirror b?ck on sale 1 Tuln Household Sup ply Quit Business Snle for 21 50. Ill West 2nd St. ItEDMONU IB VI I M Ki I) BY. Mil Ileal IIIM ami III- Wile Up on Kail road Tiaiu. nf.wasti,i:. England, Nov. in. -John itedmond, tin Irish leader, and hie wife were attacked by a suf fragette today while an a train ut Durham, The suffragette entered the Compartment where Mr. and Mrs. Redmottd were seated ami after da i luring that the Irish leader had not ilone enough for the women of Ire land, struck hiti'. on the bead ami sire Redmond on the back, Bha then scat tered the cnt-iits of a Lit; of flour I over Mr. kBd Mrs. Itedmond. A train ' attendant ejected the woman und handed her over to the police. tfjELD I P PAMI N.l It TltAI.V PS FftANCfBOO, Nev . If, a highwajrmac I id up a Bouthern Pa-ilia- paaaM fat train fi. ir Richmond, Cl., across the hay (roffl San Fran cisco iunlghi and relieved men and Srotnetl In the al'M-plns cira of their , Jewelry and about ti.ouo. U MEN IE HC HI .1 1 UN Itl'K'dltl) I ' 111 M N N ( II M,I n I IHKIKU I ' III III I -II Had J VI IJJ M IMilMt JIT! iak I "'' Moving Nntura Mum t'en- hlll'slllp .lllil t Il lllll I'll -Clll 1'a-iiioiis as Inuuodcal. As un e oi. nee thai they aie work lug ut all times for the betterment oi the oondltions of ail the people oi l heir stale ami stand foi whal is right in every instance, the delegates Si the first biennial session of the federated women's eiuiis of Oklahoma, which adjourned here laal fridoj adopted a set of resolutions, covering manj ami varied subjeola. Prominent In the resolutions were profuse thanks ami oompllmonts for Itie Tulsa club women who so ear nestly looked after the welfare and entertainment of the vlaitors The resolutions committee that pre pared the resolutions was i omposed f t he following wom ii Mrs. o, a. Uanthier, chairman; Mrs. John B. Cluadle, Mrs. Kllsabeth McWhirter, Mrs. Abbie Billerman ami Mrs. c. U, Crawl, The federation unanimously favor ad many changes in the mode uf oper ating various state institutions. In cluding the Uranite reformatory, ask , il that the stale department of chari ties and corrections be maintained . asked that newspapers of the state not give front page position or any prominence to murders, divorce cases, or other scandal; thai the present day fashions are immodest and indecent and that a marriage health ci rtlflcate bill be passed iii Oklahoma. A Complete set of III'' resolutions idopted follows: IllSSOlA ED, That the Oklahoma stale Federation of Women's Cluba, feeling deep sympathy for 'Hie man in the shaib.w." ami He incorrigible ind delinquent boy traveling towards it, asks our law -mailers for more hu mane laws for the government of oui atate institutions for the establish ment of libraries in our Boy's Train ing School, the Reformatory al Oran Ite and in our prisons; for the exten nion of the parole and honor systems; for the adoption of the indeterminate sentence as a penally for crime; that' trades beytaugh! in our a tat a insiltu tions and thai an equitable portion of the prisoner's earnings be given him tor the support of ins dependent family, or for his future maintenance; 'lid for the establishment of a stale employment agency, where a paroled ami discharged prloner may be aided I before "the clutch of circumstances" I sends him again to dishonor, MRS. :. A BROWN, Mangum, Okla., Fifth Dlatriot. R13SOLVED, Thut the secretary he instructed to write a letter containing he thanks of the Convention t" Miss Cook, Public Stenographer, of Hotel Tulsu who has contributed valuable stenographic work to the convention Also to the proprietors of King's mar kei for the . Kcellent meat demonstra tion given in ilo in in the Domestic Science conference. Santa Glaus Has Arrived at Tulsa's Greatest Bargain (.enter 15 East First KA HN'S 15 East First Bring the Children to See This Great Display of Toys and Gifts for Xnms p tfivti Iw a linlc cri mil of our big bargaio store tu bargaim in toyi ,,:iMim,os for youiig and old. 'file CMstMiaa ipirW pivilg hew. Now i.s tlu time in tin your lookiu ami Hliojiiig thereby Becune better 'lii''' and i i ...r.... i i,;,i u ;i 1 1 ' 1 1. 1 i ii 1 1 1 1 1 , in ini miuo. il' 'id biff niHii ii Monday We Hold Formal Opening of Our Toy Department m iVtu in fhiltl hi'' ami well worai nir aweiiooH w ' tns. i ilns Him' we nave a t-utuui-- . . - i lariruiiiH wlien wortu is tiousia- wlin u isli in KiM'iire I't'U barjrauis ,.i Aiu.Aat ,,r iiars ai -ill Icillils ut' 1)11008 a . i 1 1 1 1 1 n ' i, i i i ' i 1 1 a i " -i ered. Toys Will lie Cheaper Now Than Later On People win, buy i".s in tlir nrxt week ami otiicr tristaia gifts for th.it matter will fiud tUew considerably tdufed in priee at Kalms'. f w?alize Hiat if a majority attend to tiiem with toe sauic care we ivould like, nor can tiu.y bavfl the choice of our bcrt offoriugs. For this reaaou we arc making earlv season price inducements t.. bring them tooui' stei before the big rush starts. There Will Also Be Savings in Other Parts of Our Store , havrjiM received a late season shipment and are going t make this week interesting by making b miglitj intcrt-Kting reductions in ladies ami misses Coats and Huits, men s and boy. 's Suits and llver'oals, ami in iim-ii. gffln w omen ami cliildrcn s Shoes. ('nine tu Tulsa's Oreatcsl Hargain Center. 15 y.i sr j st ST. KAHN'S 15 I A ST 1st sr. ' w 1 M .' lllll illllv. First Biennial convention Oklaho ma stale federation of Women's Hubs, Tulsa. I Ikla., Nov. I 1-14. "IS. RESOLVED, Thai as a convention we protest againsl tin- prominence which is given the accounts of mur ders, crimes, scandals and sensational court proceed.ngs by some of the pa pers of the stale. We insist that (Ills news Is not desired Masoned forth on the front page of the paper by thoi best people of Oklahoma, und main tain thai whenever it is necessary to print such news, that it should be given ns briefly as poslble, Willi small headlines ami placed in an iuoonspi clous position ob an Inside page. We also urge that this matter bi taken up by the individual clubs throughout the state and a protest made against j auoh customs if persisted In I y the lo-1 cal papers. RESOLVED; That we favor the censorship of moving picture shows ind of theatrea, wherever practical; that we urge the women of the slate to fight m every way possible the hold f the present da'j "rag time or smut aong" "it the Uvea of ths youna I pie We urge that good music and the quaint and ever dear old ba.la.ls be offered as a substitute. RESOLVED, That we urge the or ganisation f the women of rural communities and small towns Into clubs for stud) and social service, and thai this Federation through our com mittee on iturai clubs aaatat such or ganisations in local work and state affiliation In every way possible. Also that we co-operate with the United states Department of drloulturo In the campaign f"i the betterment ..r the conditions surrounding rural women of the nation, and th it we re commend to them the eniploN no lit of paid field workers, preferably women. lo aid the women of rural communi ties in organisation and In social cen ter and domestic science activities and establish a Farm Worn, n s llil reati. RESOLVED, Thai we favor the use of school buildings in country, town and city as meeting places for 'In- I pe of the community, where civic problems can be discussed nnd plans for sane and truly democratic aoctal life he perfected RESOLVED, That we mosi strongly nine on the legislature of the atate of Oklahoma the paasaga of the bill which provides f..r health certificates betoer marriage, We foel thai the Importance of this measure to those who are to occupy our beautiful state in the years lo come oannoi be over eat Imated, RESOLVED, That we greatly de plore the antiquated custom which causes tim civilised nations of ths World to pour out millions oi dollars on war armaments for the deatrui lion of human life; that together alth the peace organisations of our country wo will throw all of our Influence to ward creating a sentiment in tin- pub lic mite i for universal peace and final diaai mament, RESOLVED, That we strongly fa vor and offer to-operats with the leaders in any organisation working for the conservation of our national resources, or of the Uvea and health ..f the chlldn n of this country. RESOL KD, That the ( iklahoma Federation of Women's t'lubs heartily endorses ths plan to save the Ketch tetchy valley, and urge pera il pi li test against the Hetch-Hetchy bill. ItESOLVED, That we heartily en dorse the putting of all appoint.. s to stain Institutions, particularly penal .ind charitable, on a civil Servloe basis. . RESOLVED, Thai are deplore the; i. resent day fashions as Immodest, in artistic and unworthi to be worn by women of refinement and strength of character. Furthermore we do strong ly urge the six thousand club women throughout the state whom are repre sent to give this matier their I consideration, and to strive to create ll i ilea,. ..flnll a M i I '.ii ' I V AS II t liill l. Tii ks,,i N4J my raj na should be your programms this year Cook the turkey with an electric atov I, Illuminate your boas,- with electric lights, sum mon your waiting guests slth an electrical belt. Make your wife truly thankful by bavins us sup ply her with these labor saving, din s.n Ing, smeii aavlng elect ri al oonvei lenoes. The oust is not Kreat. HI slloV-K IIISON CO, Itie i hs'ri.at pootracaers 821 s. Main st. Four of the Stats Who Will Appear in "Robin Ho od" at the Grand The at re A Ion da y Nigl 1 1 by woi.i and example standard for simpler, leas expensive, saner and more conseravtive draas in the com munities In Which tiny live. RESOLVED, That tins convention strongly favors the retaining of the Oklahoma department of charities and corrections as a separate and 1 1 -1 1 1 : t department of state, and that it be given the i ssary authority to enforce needed reforms in the In stitutions of the state, RESOLVED, That the Oklahoma $7.50 Quartered Extra H.'avy Hang over Steel springs on sale at Tulsa. Household Supply Quit Business Sale for $4.35. 114 West 2nd St. I'ederatlon if H Club heart endorses the work of ih st;.t.. pun. thanks to Tic- Tulsa World and Tulsa I I department, and desires to rn-! Democrat for the favorable comment .p. iat. with this department in every . they have given and the span- which way possible, 'they have devoted to this OOCVeO- RESOLVED, That this convention Hon. extends Its thanks to its special lag lalatfve repn tentative, Mrs. Frank m ilky, and to r abb- helper, Mrs. B. '. Qotchy, who during ths past saa Ions of the leglstatufs have worked .. unsell shly and faithfully In (he titer ts of our iiiii providing for health certificates i..-f..re marriage, KESOLVKD, That we axtend our KRBOLVED, That we tender thinks to the Tulsa Commercial club for the vol v njoyabb' rid- over tin ir beau tiful city. RESOLVED That we convey our " '' to the otfloars Of the First Presbyterian church f . .r the use of utiful and COnVenlSI I SdlflOS "f ths convention, iVED, That we extend h ar nl In Hi., speakers, re idi ra clans who have aided Bo ma i the success of our program. deration of Women's " I ' i 1 1 t. asl he irtfelt aratltude Heir be dorse ths work ..f th MteiudaB bu- mtttee i of our state university at If or I our beh men al 'I . DQimend Its use to the cluba for thel m obtak w . turaa. maajsalas audi RBtx courses of study. lappfecll RESOLVED, That the Oklahoma l olsa f. Mats Federation of Women's Clubs I they ha' join wltli the Oklahoma Library as- through a latl in In obtaining a bill providing I aplrtl oi for a state library oommlseloii. worked RESOLVED, That this convention Va feel sgu ! Ms beartfell gratitude and up- and ha precluti .ti for servlcei rendered In w mn hatplng to promots ths intri st of th. i ..n to moat Biiceisful ci nveiition to MiM .ry of Mary I'armack etoDoUgal, ' RKBOLVED, That we est ml our n ushiTg and paijea iTinn to tni cuib women of r the splendid example which re set to the organised women ut the slate, by the beautiful ' unit) n Ph w hich they have together for the common end thai the spirit of helpfulness. v shown by the Tulsa 1 i proven such an tnsplra the convention that a mean it Will te carrl-d home by to lead her own clu rr planes of ultruism.