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TULSA DAILY WORLD, MONDAY, MAY 20, 1018.
SOCIETY DAILY THOT. I Th little 1 have seen f the t world an J know of the history f of mankind, teaches nie to look I I upon the errors of others In I t sorrow and In anger. I wohlrt fain leave the errinc soul of I rny fellowman wnn mm irum 4 whose banns u came. i Longfellow. Tlie Calendar for Monday. Vr .T. W. Youne lectures on Patriotism and Art" in high school auditorium.. The Needlccrnft cluh will hold lfk regular meeting thiH nftcrnoon In .the home oT-Mrs. Rohr-rt frcy. The time will he KivX over to fled I'mw work. ' Mrs. J. W.' Mlntoer and daughter Dorothy visited in Ollum over Sun day. Women and War Work Where Yon Red Cross May Servo Today, headquarters, open every day. ' Freshyterian women, First church, every day. Hoston Avenue Methodist church toverv rtnv. Catholic women, Knights Colum- lus hall, every day. Daughters of American Revolu tlon. Red Cross, Councll'of Jewish women, syna rog. Monday arid Thursday. Tulsa Woman's ring, Ked Cross headquarters. Baptist women, church workroom. Statv day. Jan Addams Chautauqua, Red Cross. Twentieth Century club. Red. C ross. . Junior Red Cross, high school building, every day, Crosble Heights unit, home of Mrs. W. C. Connolly. Country club, open every week, 4av for work In surreal dressings Business women's surgical dress. THE DANGER 1 -TO YOU ; of the accident lies in being1 un insured. Auto Accident Insurance A liability policy Issued by us INSURES Get full data now. to- dav. Brink & Kramer No. 21 First National Building Fhone 657. MIS WEAK, NERVOUS MOTHER ell How Lydia E.Pbkham'i Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. Pliilidelphia, Pa. "I was very weak, Bwayt Ured,tiny back ached, and I felt sickly most of the time, i went to doctor and he said I had nervous indi gestion, which ad. oed to rny weak condition kept me worrying most of the time and he said if I conld not stop that, I could not ret well. I heardsomuchabout LydiaE.Pinkham'1 rny husbsnd wanted me'o took it fora week and felt a little net. r J'P'i'upfor three months ami I feel fine and can . t,v; ' " floutdi.tre.reou;;;!. aaeTbiiTa.2842 NOrthTay,0rS tIrX,mtl0!ity.?f n,othe nowaday. Don" I"'? Ma repression -and nm : - "--H'toDion ana ti. l .ous llmeU develop SnWk. U(:b periods In life that Lydia E 1 : veeetab A lvmnAn.j .;n Vegetable ComnonriH will rsTore normal h ealth cnnJ inX uMrs. WortJ,lin Irs. Worthline." "J for Itching Torture IVy thM "Worn faid tritatioe ."a 8.u'" auQ. relieve skii Anv . " toa ,i,Ti, ,W you will kin die, 5cucrauy overcomes al I lllilllilnilili i Ml VviA- Ptisemi "SUntJy- Zemo is a aaf rdahli''1'.!'1, an- sy to use an. Kn'f- It eofa only 35c; an extit afe ff7 an is . positive! 8iHve skins. r A 52E..W. Kok Co.. Chvelsnd. Q , ings classes, Monday. Thursday and Friday evening- at Headquarters. Bellview unit, uncoin senooi. every, day. The meeting of Betsy Ross unit announced for Tuesday with Mrs. W. U Lewis, has been postponed nn Mk owlns- to the fact that sev eral of thff women have volunteered their services In th Red Cross cam paign, x S Kendall College Notes I . , . . . . The Kappa Oamma Chi society of Kendall collstre gave a special French program In chapel Thurs day morning, as follows: Marseillaise Kappa Oamma Cnl Society .. History of the Kappa Gamma, mi Society. Miss Mabel Allison Piano Solo. Miss Leona Britten Essav Alsace and Iorralne. . .Miss Eudora Sylvester. - Vocal lolo "Love. Here Is. My rTearf.Miss Katherlns Harrison Original War Story "Alias Oum Wrltteen by Miss Orace Collett and read by Miss 'Marjorle Vlolin'so'o Miss Sybil Mahler Organ Solo. .. .Miss Esther Handle, Oration on Joan D' Arc (by Miss Rebecca Sarcnei Star Spangled Banner , The domestic science 'Pament entertained in honor of Dr. Arn"r Lee Odell, president of Henry Ken dall college, In the domestic ;''"; room of Kendall last Thursday. The room was beautifully decorated with roses, many baskets .being usee. Most of the faculty were present, as follows: Dr. and Mrs. Reth Gordon; Dr. and Mrs. James O. McMurty. Professor and Mrs. J. K. Weaver, Professor and Mrs. K. J. iragoe, Profrssor and Mrs. R. B. Carson. Professor an-Mrs. F. T. Weyw; pro. fessor and Mrs. O. S. Duffendack, Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Klmbrough; Pro fessor and Mrs H. D. Chase; Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Cooley; Professor E H. 1-ennox; Misses Frances oReubelt, Margaret Wyndham, Lillian etier. Kave Mack, Mary Alexander, r 10 North; Mrs E E. Crays. Mrs. M. U Weston and Dean Gertrude Kings land. The Misses Imogxne Blerly and Klizabeth Driver entertained their girl friends of KendalUhy a party at Kemp lodge on Monday evening. The girls present were Misses Bailie Ijimbetri, Margaret Underwood. Margaret Waggoner. Juanlta Ingram, Mabel Hall, Vasthl Martin, Pearl Mc Naughton. Ina McBee. Mary Kings land. Margaret Moseley, Louise Ren nie, I,eone Qrlgsby. Rebecca Sarchet Geraldine Coe, Grace Maxfleld and Dorothy Godbey. Miss Mildred Kng of Bouth Main street, city, and a student of Kendall, entertained the Y. W. C. A. cabinet of Kendall college by a luncheon on Wednesday afternoon from ,t to o'clock. The guests at luncheon were Mimes Faye Mac, venetia Jones, Leone Grigshy, Mildred McMurty Marcaret Moseley. Mabel Allison. W'ilma Aspln, Ina McBee. Margaret Waggoner and Mary Kingsland. Miss Leone Biittnn and Miss Eu dora Sylvester of Kemp lodge en tertalned their friends by a dinner party on Monday. The guests at din ner were the Misses Frances Reu belt. Mary Alexander. Norma Dun lap. Mary Swagler, Mabel Allison, Anna Alexander, Marjorle- Kllng Myrtle Bark ley and Clara Alexander, ,, Mrs. C. M. Prltchard nt ftsi,.h rFhoenlg street, city, entertained In honor of Mps. A. K. Atwater of New York City on Thursday evening. The guests were Mrs. Fred Clinton, mrs. J. it. jncnirney, Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Hllhouse, Mrs. Louise Clinton Mrs. Lefew and Mrs. Gertrude Kings- IUIIU, Miss Imogens Blerlv of Sapulpa, Ok la., and a student of Kendall col- etre, speni me week end In Mounds. Ok la., attendinr the alumni Ka nnnal nd commencement exercises of the '"Kn scnooi. Mrs. M. IJenold WMtnn ha me an aeparurnt of Kendall col lege, and her students entertained their ' friends at nlcnln at Bnri oprmg on mursday evening. Last flundav Dr. .Tm. n vr Murty. dean of Kendall college! gave wib vttcraiaureaie sermon for the nign scnooi graduates of Colllnsvllle, Mrs. C. K. Driver of Mounds. Okla., visited with her daughter, Miss Elis abeth Driver at. Kemp lodge last Frl- STATE eOCIETV. .....4 BrMow. Mrs. W. W. Gilbert of Muskoree was me guest of Mrs. Jim Rlxcer I staff last week. Mrs. Gilbert Is prominent In Red Cross work" In this section- of ihe state, being chairman of the second dTstrlct campaign com mittee. Mrs. A. H. Stone was an Oklahoma City visitor several days last week. M h Lena Proctor, clerk of the local exemption board, was the gurnt of friends several days In Sapulpa last week. Miss Maude Elliott of Saoulpa was the guest of her sister. Mrs. C. R. I Wilder, several days last week. Mrs. K. Constantlne and son Jules I or Tnlaa wr ih n...DnH tr , i MR f H of Mr- and Mrs- I'eon Thevenln. Mrs. B. A. Farmer and children of Kort Spring, W. Va., have returned home after a visit with helr hus band and father. B. A. Farmer, and their daughter and sister, Mrs. Leon Thevenln. Miss Bess Gibson left on Wednes day for Trenton, Mo , where.she will spend a couple of months visiting relatives and friends. She will also visit in Ft. Joseph and Kansas City oerore returning noun. .Mrs (has. O. Beaver was the Wnt - nt friends In Tulsa on Tuesday and Wednesday of the past week Mr. Cain Keller of Sapulpa was the guest of friends in this city for a. day or two or me past weeg. Miss Bertha v.anteroury or iwueso- gee was the guest of Mr. snd Mrs. a Ij. Canterbury- last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. .Corey, Mrs. H. W. Corey and Mrs. Jim Bigger staff were the guests of friends In Sapulpa last week. Mrs- C. B. Maddox of Sapulpa was the guest of friends In this city the past week. Mrs Annie-Appling and daughter. Miss Ethel of Plcher, were the guests nt the former's niece. Mrs. M. J. Groora for several days during the -past week. Mrs.' H. W. Corey was the hostess to the auction bridge club on Friday afternoon of last ..week. Movlen on Ship. IXNrON, May 1 fctahtyMps of the British fleet are now equipped with moving picture apparatus for the entertainment of their crews. Father and Friend Support Miss Lusk at Murder Trial 1 ' , (JraiT l.usk skctcliril In court. WAUKESHA, Wis.. May 19 - Mi.-! who Kits Lt lier and Is a constant Grace Lusk, on trial here fnr killing; att-nlunt at tlm trinl. Is Col. H. J. Mrs. Mary Newman r.oberts. wifej liuchanaii. as tvplcal of Kentucky of the veterinary she loved, is i,,.t ainl the tminh iis any man In thu without her friends In the courtroom . storv hook. The colonel s pointed during' this, her life's preatest ordeal . I beard, very wlute. anil his white From his home in a little north-1 mustache bristle, with determinej ern Wisconsin piney woods viIIhks I will. her father, somewhat hen. by hi. , -oionel Itiirhnnan Is "well heeled more than seventy years, has cntne! " to render what help lie ran. lie,"1 'he goods of the world, they suy does not believe any Jury in the; in Waukesha. ll used to he an of world would convict his girl of mur-: fil ial of the North estern railroad der. He Is a dentist, a pioneer inland frjient many years In Oinahu. the profession. N'eb. He1 was also an attorney, but "They'll never convict my girl! I retired and settled In Wuiikeeha, lo never!" he remarked mi a half 'be near some old crony. It. is prayer during a recess. "They'd free rumored in Waukesha that since he her In a minute up In the woods! came to sympathize with Miss Lusk where I live. The marl Is the one to he has put his feelings to work witn blame,, Mv fTirl kill anyone if she more than words Some think that, were not Insane? No, my girl would j his mnny conferences with her at not have done It Surely it is the torneys mean thai he has come to man who Is to blame." back his sympathy .for the woman Another friend of the prisoner, I with his gold. MISSES. TOUCH Little Ones Find Welcome in This Home Parenthood Has Been Denied. plness of life la denied has caused Mrs. C. C. Latimer, 150S East, Fifth street, more grief and trouble than most women are called upon to bear In the course of a lifetime. The heart-hunger for the feel of little hands caressing her face the desire for .that which Is denied her has caused her to wander far in search of a homeless child. Childless for the entire six years! of 'her marriage. Mrs. Latimer de sired a child, more than anything Im life eculd give her. Out In California she and tyr. Latimer found a little boy wl&se mother had died when he was an Infant, and adopted him from his father, who Is an old-time friend of Mr Latimer. This was four years ago, and the little boy has grown Into a hearty youngster. But he begs for a baby sister, in raci, nin umut for a baby sister Is such that it can not be denied and efforts have been made to supply the want. She Adopted Tiny Bahju t.i month Mrs. Latimer, who al ready had an application filed with th fnnndline home at San Fran cisco, went "there to see if she could nut find a baby. Hhe nas a sisier living at Hermoea Beach, near San Francisco, and felt as though she i.M Hn holier if she went mere It was more tike going home, and she felt that her desire woum oe understood by memoers oi ner own family. One day, at the foundling home. she found a little girl, 6 months oiu, whom one of the nurses told her was for adoption. A day's supply of food was accordingly gotten ready for the little miss ana sne was taken away. In the meantime trm ttnitnn who had been foster mother to the infant, and who had left her temporarily at the Institu tion, came back and dolmen ner. Then Came Complications. Th sunerintendent of the found1 li..r hnnui was arrested and refused to cive Mrs. Latimer's name, but finally under stress of examination ilid n. As soon as Mrs. 1-atlmer r.nH th atorv in the mornlnlt pa nr nho took the babv back to the home, where she was again taken In charge and adopted legally ny her foster parents. Thus was Mrs. Latimer denied again the very thing that seemed most dear to her. While at Ban Francisco, news papers printed stories of the nurso telling of a veiled wopian In a limousine' driving up to the found ling home and stealing a baby whll the attendant's back was turned. This story has been apostrophized kv un T.attroer as a gross exag geration; she saying stmply that she took the baby through the mistake of the nume. and the superinten dent of the home Inter tried trroro- tect her by refusing to divulgaJ Y name. Still Wants a Bahy, Mrs. Itlmer returned to Tulsa i week ago and is now at home, still wanting a baby girl, who must not be over months old. She wants to watch the little lady at every stao of her growth and development, and feels herself capable of taking the rlrht kind of care. She Is think ing seriously of taking the matter up with local authorities and try ing to adopt a little girl as a sister to "Sonny." , Letters by the score hlive been received by Mrs. Latimer since htt rntnrn to Tulsa. AH' extend the greatest sympathy, and moat of I them orrer rantes lor aoopiion.nra.pia Most of the babies are too old, 1, bow - OF - jSABY HANDS Where ever, and so far there has been non" to exactly satisfy the craving In the heart of the childless niMher. $180,000 DRIVE GETS UNDER WAY covTiNtrn from tmk oxr. rise," he suid, amid a great burst of cheers. "Germans in this country must either support this government or go to Jail. When you find a pro German " "Hang lilm!" shouted a man near the stage, "You can tell a pro-German by his damning England," continued Doctor Jllllls. "He will not uome. out directly and talk'treason against America, tint he will try to alienate our sympathy from our allies." Crush Pro-Gemisnlsni. "The time hart come when we should shut up every German news paper." He said there arn one thou sand German school teachers,, In Iowa, the Imkolns. Nebraska and Minnesota who had refused to teach their school children lo sing "My Country. 'Tis of Thee." hut taught them to sing German songs. He hoped to see the kaiser hung VUp any other murderer; and the war must not stop until nn"uncon- Miriam Cooper, who plays "The- I.lttli "The Honor System'' which 'theitli lalto. m :A t m M. him if;? " . -. , , ' iv'. f a 1 1 B Am J'r - .v t'. v 1 . :WJKiti'.ni imilMWrt i' 7 MIRIAM COOPEft A , fi. iV PI R.feCTftM WILLIAM FOX )A rll-IlT" is f -.1 Hill "When 1 lot.k it t su.h pK tine them.," mimI K.M-ti.r llillis, i.frriini; tn bin riliAi-s. ", m, i !! r .i in:'" incitii.- peiiri. niih I lt. i;erniiin.i I fiiilil il'tf ma.l 1 , 1 . . r i I I , , , J I . v . I ,n,j. 1 MH'lli- iTIVKi'if If 11 Mrl 11. H C'1 til.. I ' fact that Mil lis .1 1 I rl II,.' ( I.'! - I mans sl.iiti'd tin,. v j what tlu ,;i,l ilnn. j w i . 1 1 a b,ii. ni w li the 1 nlli',1 Kt ili'M el .1; llll'l I s,i iii ):Hi;itim I . h I . i.t th.it nil, I ciinr the wxrr,ilillliedl.ili'l.y. iimpliniciits i ur Tt "I saw SI, I f iii, i li . with tlicni, WMtcl w it'. IM .s. it'll. 1,i!)mmI I hi'tn .lint i "T mi .1 spoke to tin in. mill I ni l .., .. single Aimin.iu M,.t.li,r ,,!.. I, Infliii'inc nt li,ii,,!.' t.ii.l th,. ister. The. 1 1 f t - i ..in , l . tw. . i kaliier fin. I IVl r-1, 1 ny i.h h ri'i'i, lllg the Ideals "f - I,i i ... -1 - i -vast as I In- dirt. 'i .-ni i- In t w ' highest heaven and '.lie hr. of hell." lloetni- Hillis evi-tes.-: '1 : ,r. .t the seeming iiulifiereii. up.. part of so many Aii.erb .ms I 111. Il "one or Ihe w nt si Until'..'. observed In t his unlit r i. 'h.ii we ale loafing cur settle id iuull ii,,I:i:m.i tlon UIW of liiit.lt. ai'.g.'l A ii .iii s den when bis xmi 1 dies, .i li I ti .!., bndv may live nil. lilel when ,i tei tlon Iosck I's soul if 'i dead, iind uh-.n thi Allierlillll iieiipl.. li.-e the.i . h'i. of divine anger fheii- .-...ui is .te.i.l" l-Vfiicli 'olrllg I uinu-Ni lonablc. He spoke i-otienl ly nf Ihe v . 1 1 tt of France, Its woma nlimi.l vvu . in,; in the fields and taking the pi of oxen at the plows and of the ev.ilt ed sacrifice of lis men on the b.iiilo field. "You can never smash a ti.iimn like, thill." hO said. He MUute.l the words of h. wounded l ien. hi,,iaii brought Into a hospital Imt w inded to go hack to the lines be.a.ne the "Conditions were so critical." A -k ed how he farl In thu trenches, the sol dler replleil: "I sleep In mud. I bathe In bbiml, but my soul is with the. stars ' Moil's Minting Crowded. At the meeting fur men only In the afternoon, Doctor Hillis fnl.l stories of German butchery and bru tality that horrified the three thou sand, or more men who packed the auditorium to hear hlni. Tlm atroci ties committed by tho Iiitm upon the peoplo of Belgium and northers France are estimated to have been one hundred nd thirty-five thousand during ttoe first yenr of the wSr, he said, and women and girls were vio lated and "mutilated In a manner that even barbarians would not have thought of. Nuns and priests old not escape. Some were rrucifled, others tortured lo death in other ways, v -. Auuai Show Gfrmnn Xnture. ''Those things arc representative of the Oemirn nt hN best." de clnrevl Doctor Hillis. "They are rep resentative of hla aKlemtlfie efll clrncy." . He luoied from' a, military trea tise by one. of the kaiser's closest friends to nh'iw that tho fiendish wrongs tho Huns Inflicted, violative of al' tn Ice cf warfare, were done with the knowledgesn,d upon tho Instruction nf the German military leader. Intight by them ns the new it-nian method of ninklng war, urging the co'mmlswlon of the most atroolom crimes on helpless women ami. children in order to rcak the nervous force of their eneTiilc. It cled the breakdown of the P.elglnn army three weeks after the v r (-- n end the' ilcmornli'nlton of the Trench shortly after ss the He'.glar. nod French soldiers began hearing of the crimes the German), were commliMnp on their famillra. Alllo OntmimlMTed ln,V. Doctor Hillis predicted victory but said tho people of the United States should not "kid" themselves 1r.to thinking they have an osy Job. "V.'o .ire going through that Ger man army like a rcdhot cannon ball through a bale o"f rotten hay," he sild. "It will be as a slrcfke of earthquake. But we might as well know the truth now: we are cut numbered on the western front at least a million men. All we can hot fi r the present Is lhat the. British and French 4WII hold 1 the line until we mn got two million American soldiers over there Several historical Instances were cited to show that numbers do not Always win; ihat It 's not the nr nii"s but the souls of the men who comprise the I. rioles, the conscious ness of n soldier that he-ns n 1um cat.se behind him and Is working wlh God "riod." he said, " has a great In terest In the liberty of the world, in civilisation, and in the preservation of tho home, of womanhood Hrtd little children, and he wl'l once again enter Into the destiny of the world In thN crisis Lady of the flowers." In the n.;i.ster plays afaJn today arid tomorrow at dltlonul su him Official American Roll of Honor j ASIil.ilT"N'.' May The . i'l i .i:. unity list fur vesbiday Snd t.yi.iv i i.iitaiui'd US nanicn, divided I K .iled III lietlnn. 7 ; I . d.i l nf ,1. . lllellth. died ef wounds. '; died "f dis sevcrely, -4 1, : niiing In ac- j e.i .... ( ; w .nlllde.l vv ..un. I. , i sliglii ly, I ." : I ! 1 - L. I ' ; 11 isnnei s, 1 wiiuniied, do- i;i " 1 1 1 1 1 know ti. 1. I 'llie liM follows: I Killed in Action, Mil. Alcvandci- KJiNniiisscit,, Shi-r- I wood. lie. " . j I'm .InMpli N. I.lettun, llnni- no. ml. I tul Iii-. .luscph A. Zilinki, Nnwnrk, V .1 ' n pi. ail I'. Miller, llcyworlli, III ( uol. Ileiii v Mi-n.ickl. Mcrw ky Mlllllsl., IIlS1. I'riv. t.eorgc Dfvliic, I'hilndclplila, Pa I'rlv. la-v-. .Inlin W. W hllc, Woburn, Died Niirx' l.iii-y X. II. Srt. Kan luce. Wis. I'rlv, lUllph of Disease. N. I'lcKiier, Commrd, M. Muring, Mcinom . .InhiiMon, lluustim, Tcas. I'rlv. t.l'IIVO, I'rlv. s. ('. I'fiv. I'rlv. 111. loliil II. l'eetw. Holly .less,. linney, (iiwnvlllc, James .1. -Tioonan. New York. Hii.nias I,, Walker, frnwp, Died of Wounds. Scigi. Wlllliini lv. ll, jr., Atlanta, t'orpl. Il.indd V .Inckson, Bryant's I'oiul. Maine. t'orpl. I iirl Tlioirws, R. Char Ira toil, Ohio. Privates: t'linrliw V. niihmichct, Paris, I-'rniHN. M . I' Sm II li. KovliUonnng, Mo. jlriiHi'iil Vinel, lair Ilavrn, Vt Jake lieverlng. Maniice, Iowa. Died of Accident. Ilcnt .lefferson Davta Vlnomt, Buffalo, X. V. I'rlv. JaiuIn W. Mr.Mnnus, fialpm, MOHH. Severely Wounded. florgL Clarence J. Callahan, New Britain, Conn. HergL Albert Mtthon, Waterburr. Conn. ' Corpl. Joseph P. lionovan, New Britain, Conn. Corpl, William CI. Orelfnu, Colwyn, Pa. Corpl. Frederick I Jackson. Dor cnester, Mn Corpl. Kdw. 8. LeBlanc, Nashua, N. II. ' Corpl. Earl O. Ludlam. Bouth Windsor, Conn. Mechanic F.rneat L. Butler, Wil llamantlc, C'onti Mechanic Klbert L. Qregory, K0 Kuk, Iowa. Mechanic Charlos Harris, Merlden Conn, Cook Henry Clarke, Bridgeport. Conn. Cook Francis J. Hlgglns, Merlden, Conn, Privates: ftdward C Carter. Chicago. T'hllln Frost. Flradford. Vt. Homer H. McAnelly, Cincinnati Iowa. Harrv L. Miller. Hooklns, MLon Iemont W. Huffing, Patersort, N. J. TAwrence It. Bates, Terryville Conn Morrlss J, Boitrgeouse, Thompson- vllle, Conn. John .1. Burke. Merlden. Conn. William II. Coffey, Nashua, N. H. Stiinylliis Cornell. Bristol, Conn. Harry i- crlssuian. Han Francisco, Martin J. ('umri)lngj, New Vork. William Parker. Whitehall, N. Y. lAwrence pewey, Merlden, Conn, Irving M. llawkes. New Haven, Conn. Max .Herbert Hoffman, Tilpnn, WIS. M'llllam Holmes, Haranoo, wis. Charles Merger Johnson, Brooklyn N. V.- '3 IBlle M. Ijine, New Haven. Conn John H ljiToiir. Nashua, N- H. Joseph Linhardt. Brooklyn. N. Y. Thaddeus T. Meehan, Cambridge, Mans. Foodnsu (istapshiink. Hartford, Conn. William II. Sargent, goum Man chester, Conn. Julius Seper. New YorK. John seraphln, Hartford, Conn. C'heHtur smith, Danbury, Conn, (.'.iroll H'nrev. Newport, Vt. Kdwanl I.. William. Philadelphia. Slightly Wounded Itegimentnl Sergt. Maj. C.eorge Oll- hr.dv. I .or' h'-stnr. Mass. Seigt. Wm. rnompson, Hrisioi, Conn. ' . I'nipl. Herbert films, pomervuie, AT -IBS. ,ri,l. Hvrnan Herman. Chicago, Cnrpl- Alton ('. Rrltton. Traverse l'y. M ichlgan. 1 'rl VH I eh liny ' Itonne. Alameda. Oal. .la line Johnson, Iteynolda Station, K y- cc Mrf'allum, Stockton, rii.er, TVorth Venice, al. J.ime (', 111 Jno Sll" lla yiiion.l der. Chicago Williams, IMInburg, fnd Kdw.ird li. woonnn, AlK'on, .viass. Heed illace. Allentown, I'a. .Mux ijroenbi-tg. Philadelphia. Allien A. Lnw'lermilk, , Morgan- ton, N ( . WOI NHFD (OKCiRKK I SKNQffX) Private Hoy! M- Gillespie, Indian apolis. Iml. Missing in Action. I.ieut Sherman poMore, Chlcngo. Sergt. Josepb P. Nolan, Hartford, Conn. 'in-pi. H. Pabltlnl. lirooklyn, N. Y. Muster Engineer. Senior Orade. George I,. Mc Kay, ncnla, Fla. Privates: Lester It. Clark. New Haven, Crnn. i;ev l. Collier, New Haven. Conn, Kitiisto .,. MiirtirP), Hartford. Conn. Herbert V, Johnson, New Haven, Conn. Joim T McCartln, New Haven. Conn Albert L, Mason, Friendship, N. Y. rUnttratloa rsprodarsd from paoto Unn( nndol. Onprrlilie y Brown Blusr 1011 We select clothing with careful knowledge of the desires of our patrons, with a keen sense of style alirays tempered with good taste and with skillful abidance of that which Is not certain of the strictest interpretation of quality. We Sell It the Very Same Way A Particular -Store ONE HUNDRED HATS SI EACH MANN HAT SHOP, I- ... ,. . Sinclair Bldg.v , Row R. Mason, Oalnesvills, Fla. Austin H. Beady. Jersey City, K. X John J. Milan) South Boston, Msss. Joseph Z. Iraasey, Bristol, Conn. William IQaasey, Bristol, Conn. Carl H . NHson, plalnevllle, Conn. Prisoner.. (Wot Previously Reported Missing) First Usut. Abraham 1. Gordon. Newark. N J. Prlv. Paul L. Holder, Hastinfa, Net). (Prevlonsly RrfjortMl aflaslnc) IJeut. Pobert B. Bhett, Summer vllls. 8. C. Prlv. Louis B. PaUoldt, Pint City, Minn. .... PLAN TO DRAFT MEN FOR FARM LABOR JS PROPOSED State Council of Defense Would Have Men Fin Oat Oards and Agree to Give Time to Crops. , SpMlsl ta Ttis World. OKLAHOMA CITT, May J. Be lieving It Impossible to successfully secure enough labor outside the state for the demand that "will be made, the state council of defense today Is submitting to the county councils a plan for drafting labor tnai is al ready being used In some of the other states. Cards are Issned to the county councils which must be tilled out by every male resident between the ages of IS and SO years. They-shall agree lo, if called upon iq give at least' two weeka' of their time In helping save the crops In their com munity-. Exemptions will be extend ed where a proper showing la made, but this must be where one s Busi ness la entirely dependent upon one person, or a physician, mall carriers nd necessary postal employes, em ployes In Ice plants, etc. The prin cipal purpose, perhaps, is to take up the pool hall habitue, and others who apparently live by their wits. The time has come in many places," It s observed, "when It Is necessary that men clerks m stores be replaced by women! that men cigar clerks be replaced by women, and that men be not permitted to ongregate In pool halls during work- n nours. mis necessarily means of course that pool halls would be closed except from o'ciock to r at night, or altogther, If necessary.' Cliarloe Poor rtcslgns. Hergeant Charles Foor of the mo torcycle squad of the city police res resigned nis position last, nignu Mr. Foor has been on the force for two years and stated last night that he had not decide" what line of work he would enter. He will prob ably take a two weeks' fishing trip into the mountains. Oklahoma Hospital Service Consists of 1st. Fireproof b u 1 1 d'Vn g ar ranged for a purpose. 2nd. Modern and complete equipment under one roof. Jrtl. Character, experience and ktll of attendant. ' Tho grsal objects of a hfltpitkl r earv, riiro nd frilnrstion of tho sirv ; th' truning of phjncin snd nsrun: th xtenioo of medirsl knowlodgs snd wreTontloo of liM. The tr ivimbinrd in tho Oklsboras Hospital snd i V V9 tbo praleuioD. Pr. ed S. Clinfon, Pres. Miss H. C. C. fclcgelfrr, R. JT. Kupt. Dr. I.. H. Cnrlcxon, Resident Phpsletan. . Ninth and Jackson Streets. Plione Osage 3090. Spring Suits-420-430-44fr tor Particular Men i 10 East Fifth; SHOE PRICES CHANGE LITTLE i Retail Market will Not Be MatertaUy o Chancor1, Aooordtiwi to Makers. . ST. LOUIS, May !. Retail price of shoes will not b Increased mate. rlally this year,, according to local manufacturers.' iJt wag believed that as the result of the large contracts ' let by the government, calling for j the. delivery of I4A.009.000 worth of I army shoos, domestlp consumers I would ba forced to pay a higher arte " for their footwear, It was stated, however, that stock shoes this year will be ef lightweight material, both as to soles and uppers. ' Army shoes will require most of the heaw-y leather. - According to manu- , facturers here, who recently were awarded a liberal portion of th gov ernment contract, the United States -Is now virtually furnishing .leather for the world. - Eight More School Aocpodlted.'1""-'. RpMlsl la Ths World. "r""' NXiRMAN. Okla.. Mar J. Eight. Oklahoma high, srhools have been ; added -to the list of those fully ac- ' credited at the University of Okla- , homa, which means that their'' graduates are admitted to the fresh man class here without examinations. Thev are at Jefferson. . Shamrock? fllanchard, p reman, Calvin, Elmore, . Itverne, - Luther, Nlnnekah and Stroud. l r Ccalng of MWwl . How to AvoU TKom Pains awl Dlrtreoe Wafah e ManyMotWs Have itatf 4. Too inoch eaoDot Mid or Wtwdfrr fnl prprtlon, famiiUr ' to mtnjr woootn i Mnther'i rrlnl. H 1 mora ffactire In its Mliq ti all tha health rula war laid dows for iha fuidanca of itiprftant mothan. It la an axtarnal., application that aprtada ltl InfiDenca upon tha chorda, ten don and ram- elea of the aMomn, rndrinf thaia pliant, and ffiy axpand frarAfnlly without that v pnliar wruwhtnc ttraln. Tha occasion ia. itierrtorf, ena of bunded ioyful antifiDatirm aad loo mo eh trma cannot h laid upon th ramarkahla iniiuura WAtrh a mother "a harpy prnatal dirmoftiiton hi uihii tha health and lor tsni of (ha ittiprationa to oom. Tba pain at tha crista i infinllotj laa - vhn Mothr't Friend ia us'd dunnt tha period of upwtanry for lha mnsclaa a- Cand raxior and with la itraJn ifhafl -ar la born. Mother' Krtand ia for itniil nna abI. it antirclr ttaf and may Jb had of tout 'J'Ufinl. It ia prepared IrV tb BradfWd HUfculator Co.. J)1S5, Iamar Bldf., Atlanta, O Writo tham to mail you thmr intor fmtinf "Motherhood Hook " Thay will anfl it at ona, without char a, and yov. wil( find it 'err halpful. Do not B(ft?f (or a ainf nipht and morning to apply Mothr' Friend aronrdintr to dirarliona around tha bottla. and thna fortify your- aeW againt pain and diaoomfort. NO ADVANCE IN PRICE. CHILDREN Should not be "dosed" Inr ff temally"- gft vaaisvspo 25O500 11.00 I in JIU : II il-il 1.5'