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THE TULSA DAILY WOULD, B I HV. NOVEMBER 28. 1919
F I FT U B N 1 BIBS C 11 U MIK1 Itl Bti Ol I III ROM 8, .l I 'Jo I'l HI I li l nil'. .MM in 14111 HALS, POSTAL STRIKE THREATENED MMfOM Post! I mpi. ... - in i agtopd iiirciicn in sniki in ohrlsiiiiM Tllno. LONDON, NOV, 2! The prts. r.t Iihcr.il Ifnvi-riiinent Iiuh been com pelled to confer the appointment ..f Mhrtrosg th. Robes I., tin Queen, in former yean considered nighty political, mi n political opponent In tin person of the I luobess of i isvon hire. By precedent this poll must go t.. n I 'in llMSS, but ns tin re in i no I ah pnil Duksg nf Duaheaees, It lias nf necessity for years fallen t.. those of UJ titer political faith. The hus band .if th.' preienl Mistress of Robes although com Ins from an old UberaJ family, which left the part) over Qiadstono'g II. mm Knir policy and soarl) .mi' back in it when tin' Unionists adopted Joseph Chamber lain's policy of tariff reform, is one of the stalwarts of the present oppo sition. However, the Liberals hove nothing t.. fV;.i in these days ..f oon gtltutinual monaroha, in the "id days, when Queens really ml. .1, and even In the early .lays of Then I V.'l the ISotas) nl l. I.;, hi H hen l our Complexion Is Mode IVrlVi'i B bituart's all ium Wafers, pon't worry about your pimples, top that heartache and rcRret Just itiaK.1 up your nun, I thai you are g gag I., us., stu.irt's Calcium Wafers in. i make pimples anlsh. V Ict.rln's reign, thS Mlstrt-H of th.. tubus pros an Imp on uiu pi I s un k 1 , and it wun ocAgtdersd n-"iMn thai its simu.i t.i- i.f tin- gam political puil) im in. Qovurnmanl uf the dev. tti that iu' might brinsi Um rtghi Ku.d nf Influence to beat on he gov lerlgn. Now, however, her ohlsf jut is io n.inu lunni.' th. Queen at state functions, and pontrol tbs Mania of Uooor Another lYoy Duofaess, iu-r gm. . of Portland, nobis the poslUun of Mist rose of the Kobe to Queen Mother Megaadra, but n-r position Is pj Bourse even i- important Hum that .it' the 1 1 1 1 1 ihma nf I .. nnflhln 'a ' tew pis In ih. polltli ui world, bo - 1.1:1 111 .lost Uf ytc.l! If not greater At the Duke's town nouns In Orosve- uuriquan and1 at Well k Abbe) hie i lOtmlfieenl country soot, the Puchees gives entertainments of the greatest magnificence, and many .f t hi- of fiolol Unionist receptions ore given bj her. Those Istti r nr. s..m. what democratic, but on other occasions only tbs most sscluslve gain uiinnt tanos, a threat by tbs British p.mti sm ployes numbering nearlj 106,000, to strike hi Christmas unless their gris anoai wen settled was tin rw.-t task thai Herbert aamual, Postmaster tionurai, bad to taokle on ins return from a visit tu the United States and i unudii Tins throat has been bang int.' over the postofflce service f"i u long wbile now, but it is only Jio-i i ikiii-.' practical form. l..ist year Mr. Samuel appointed s committee t.i consider thi i om plaints I of tin- postifflce workers, b a tin re port .in! noi sutlsfj thi employees, either in Its recotuniendutlons a.-, to oondii ions or s agi s. t.. Mr. Samuel, pointing out the pos sibility ..f .1 strike, ond asking him to receive :i d. putaUon i" discuss thi government commission composed of prominent Jurists representing Den- mark, Norwav and S-. object of introducing .. i i . ulating marriagi s ai i lghli . The s. andinavian ore thus following Hi i . tnierii an s otea with th ntuul laV iii taking up the question of redisricting the mar rlages nf those who are physically 01 The commission, however, has not i punish, namely, demanding that peo 1 1. Intending t" marry in hII casi s sii.iitl.l eive cert flcai en t.. the afford Hi I liiui'l I k I.Ike I Did Sin,-.- I I . I stunt s raleiura Wafers," The pores "f ihr skin ore inn. mouths, h has a sort of valve that opens Into tinj canals con. scUng with th.. bl L rhose mouth-like poros become closed. When these canals fill up, the valve refui work and pimples, blotches, rash, tetter, liver spots, etc., appear, Stuart's Calcium Wafers keep the pores open and the canals then carry off the Mist,. matter the blood emp ics Into thi in. Don't use cosmetics. They viii not hid., pimples long, and thru they clog the skiii. tou ought t.i know that the skin breathes in air almost Ilk. the lung's. The pores throw off Im purities every minute of th.. day, To plaster tbs skin with past.., cU is t't arttniiy prevent mitur.' doing her work Stuart's Calcium Wafers Will in a very short time, cleanse the blood, open the pores and remove all blem ishes s.i that your skin will bi ime of r peach and cream kind so much de sired. Stuart's Calcium Wafers c. n be car ried in purse or pocket, Tin y are very pleasant to the t.is,. and ma;. be purchased anywhere ,!t r.o . ms a box. tiook at your pimples and unsightly skin in the right way as a disease of the blood and pores and ns. Stuart's Qnlolum Wafers to give you the com plexton you want. iise h.i. Ii .. k ight not t.. hi entei onomtcal demand I is argued that il wi enter In o niatrlmonj . The commission thereupon agreed ti demand, thai all Inguni ind ni.-ni- those suffering from certain sexual ; dis. uses ami epili psy may no marry i miles the other party has been no i fied of the condition existing, The law prohibiting thi Importation of Intoxlonting liquors Into Iceland i v hi. h bus been In effect since latin- 1 arj i. IMS, hn i been so s'rictli op- I pi .1 that not a drop of alcohol ha.. ; intry sm. , and none sliim- . f Bcn't Exper men Wilis fnexpejisncs Modern Method , Lonn Lxpcriencc covering over 13 years to gether with the highest denial education, enables DM to gie you superior work. Prices Reasonably Moder ate. Dr. Burhans 205 South Main. Over linker's Ke.-taur?.nf. Big White Tootb at the Entrance. 1 itii brought Into the ct thi n unless b . smugg lers has been prodni ed thi re, Th.. 'aw t rrmits lh. liquors already in slock until January l. rii f, hut on 'hat date no more salt i of strong drink will hi nllowed. Th.- price of th. spirits still on sal has Increased enormouslj ami it li not now possible t. obtain drinkable beer. Th" total absttnonci movements has Ininde grea' strides in th" island, in every district of which an lodges insisting of hundreds of memben in most cases hotels do not possess Met iw s for the wil- of alci hoi and In Heykjavik, the capital, strong drlnl; can I" bought only In one hotel. There nr.- .-' ii mnny opponents it prnhlhl ion and these work energet I leal); against ths spplloatlon of th. law arguing that it moans 'ho restric. I Inn of p. isoi ..I liberty and that th.' treasurj cannot dispense with th" revenue on spirits. The prohibition I i' l-. hope to be able t.. bring about some modification of th.- law. Word I roio the Mmir il, Adn.li Ipllmonted on hit superb health on his t -aid "i h. tt at . nibl I th. ,'. (,.r t,. lit . . ' Admiral Dewi repll S illls ls xor A CI l MAT Ai i RTltMMBSTlfW -1 DEMAND FAIR PHCt- d Nothing too Good for the Dead One of the Truest Phrases Ever Written BUT "Nothing too good for the dead" should not mean thai the living should suffer privation through excessive, unnecessary and un fair expenses in giving their loved ones the last final tribute. Unfair profits to an undertaker will not give better attention to the loved one. They may satisfy a false pride and w ill Increase the hank account of the undertaker. I am not announcing a reduction in the price schedule for funerals through any desire to attract public attention to myself or cause a situ ation that may beof embarrassment to anyone, Neither am 1 indulging in charity when 1 oiler funeral services thai have heretofore cost $100 for $60, and 1 w ill make ample profit in my offer of embalming for $15 instead of $25, as has been the price heretofore. There is no equivocation or evasion on my part. My offers include no EXTRAS, unfair expenses, such as are often imposed on grief stricken people and paid simply hecausc of this grief and disinclination to think the horrible thoughts of a loved one departed. People of false pride may refuse to consider seriously my demand for fair prices in undertaking fees. Physical and moral cowards may wish to laugh the subject aside, but people who look life and its possi bilities in the face, people who wish fairness in all things, will find food for serious thought in my campaign for fairness in the undertaking business. MYRON H. WATERS Proprietor and Manager 14 West Third Street, Tulsa, Okla. riuwc 9,? Day or Sight Private Ambulance, City Calls $2. U) Latest Methods in Disinfection Lady Assistant If Desired Wi X, i , J ol ' V. M. C A. SUBSCRIPTtO I;. .man c in tin- Wurtan V u do not have to search for ro :: am ,n the Budan; it is there, wait, ing foi you when you arrive, it met T, Alexander Powell, , hi I ... ; Frontier, ' plat! inn of tbs firm i--w.-'i offered him. hi declared In ai th.- station own across ht the form ..f s the Khartouih thi t.p Mr, bmhnn i Ineoln Vmntig the Inv ntloni tin entor, htm wi re a rattles) -k. in sr. rk -1 1.. :i hi bowed stlfflj i i om th.- I m ' i Ofl his h Si. and strod prison. -i, I..- sworn out t. . steamer that law in the harbor, w d hi passage Alexandria, enl in n i-i ui- h . airy regiment, v ounded m i io- ihlnd) at . man. and retired on a pension, t.. wet r, a i--im i'K uniform, ai d aboard f". Khartoum!' And at 1. ho would have a noronet on hK v pntent nfflet in Woshk gi m i (. Abraham Idncetn, desi ned to ti abte frelcbt-laden fi. boats t. worn tholr way over thi- sand liars nf thi Mississippi rivw. i. ,.i noeived the Id. a tit.'ti. as n yottttg man. he va, himself a boatmen on the Miss laalppl nnd met thi- Obgtsi that his Invention w meant t. over nm-. A, deocrlhed in th- Path' nder, II In .- ntlon const t, I f 00, or more hue bellows attacked t.. each s de of the I nt. tVh.-n the t...n Sttl k-' ..n a Shoal. the bellows nr- t.. be Inflatsd by t -nn, t.f a srlndtssi conneetsd with upright pob's attached to the hpiiho). The i.'" i-hat thi- air in 11 bellboys Increases the buoyancy . t the .raft and mnRNM It draw 1'ss WatSf Th" pra.'tiral Hvei tnn. hoWSVOf did n..t Meelvs the Invention wit any enthuslaMn. snd the dr-diflne of I'tf- rivet ,-in ma.i. su.-ti Cumbersome -.nil eOStty rontrivan'-e, nltegrthor tin necentnry. Youth Companion "I ry, you tho wi. ng on . thai I ihman w ho had wHneeoed, the little lent, and wii i, lo . uUge from his pith helmet and ridlmr-breechea, was of the country." " Ton probabl) did "i k". m that you were off ring i tip to a former captain In hi, (i' l man a i Jsstys garde du oorps T' 1 renisrked lbs a month before, n former general of division of the Be) .f Tun I, bad accepted with nsarbed gratitude a tip not half go lutgp. "Well, thi Johnnie won t." was the reply "Ite may nut have much money, t be'i loaded to the gunwale with i rid.. The .ton of hi career miitht -n in the pin: of a novel, i if re fused to msrry the rlrl hi. i trenl hail pi eked i m for him. go hit father i ' ff I.I. all. 'wsnce and lft hlni t- .hut r..r mmoeir. ih- ami mi, i , I pefli wnt to Alst-ria ar.d enlUi-d In ('.. Vorelrn Leglofl It didn't lobi him ,. hi li act ail h- h.i e. or mat kind of . ilorlnv. so on" dnv. wio r 1, v i St r.t dov.-n to uriin In I ' t.r M t a tpportanlst. Th late Prof. Marsh, who for years occupied lbs chair of oil -lology at V"h. lid who at Iih death Ml ii scientific eothwliton of gresi iiiuc to th. unh sralty, used t.. .1 ,ight in tcHinR tho foil. iWtng et. i . one morning be was walking down a Now Mac 11 " t What! he met : hegfo driving born., srblob had 1. curiourly malformed hoot 'When yoiu horse dies." said tlx prnfeggTlt l" thi "Id dark... 'I will irlve yuu three do'lars for that bool If you will eU it off and bring It to me." "Very Well, nah," wan the r ph. and the horse and driver disappeared Two hours I ! wh-n th pr-f.-tor reach.il home, be found the hsgT1 wbc bad been impatiently oa-aitinu him for an hoot Handing a carefully v rapped pa. k;igo to tho prof. SSOT, the ' i irl;e; o.-ild. "l"- h' sa Is dald, ah.' j Lutheran Riandard World Wanti Ut Krsnlt.s World V;wit.s 0t Reutt a .jaimMSMw-- . - 1' "nnnnnnJjK ii 1 I no room in tin under 1 " f. t by f.-.-t, and om.i ii,. m 1:. f.-. t by fe,-t. 1 n th.- floor a r e 4 r-".m, pantry, ah baeh hall, lanre poi .1 i h 10 foot bi II f.-. t. 4 lame b d rooms lee! Dy i f.-.-t, in ttlced and screened, and Ko..il hasement UtrgS Sleeping por, h 7 foot by 28 feet, and a Malr tu attic. rear i.orcn ,.,l I .th - w"o kv ' n 1 tvn v 19 reel, anu a stair tu attic. ihtr are two handsome manic and fire Oleosa, beautiful Uflkti Mum nl hi-- .,,.. - - I . " " 1 1 "l . Ill, V I 111 the euldea weath.-r. A large tWO-Otory barn, and servant iiarter, room for 4 head of home and an automobile. .... ...i ...j i-i 1.) 1 iv ivei, , i io u.ut, gr.,a, oom lot aud parklnu. Beautiful elm Wur'b 1 1 tonkins a coil shade a la A Numerous beautiful ornamental ines and plants. 1'hono y i-ETTLS. (in the second freezes up trees that are A. VV. UOTH, M. D. Ear, Eye, No.e and Throat NOTBd BOUOHT and SOLD I.arg- or Small. Bpl lal attention given to parties operating In the oil fields. C K. KI.KItiCK. , ... .., iniestnu-iit Hanker and Urokor. OUO faiaCC JSJtlg. JfUOlie IVOOlltlLl Uklanoma City , FOR BETTER SERVICE thi: ssit tiata cleaning AN 1 1 DY1 WOKKS. 113 Hi gtobs, PbesM 20?