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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1018.
C0NWAY-BR0UN PUPILS Merger of American National With THIS WAR NOT LAST, SAYS "ALFALFA BILL" PRESENT ARTISTIC PLAY The Last D ays of Big Citizens State Bank Is Announced Trodactlon at ofuntry Club Grounds liaises Lrge Sum for lied Cross. With the Country club grounds as a picturesque natural setting, the Conway-Hroun private school lust evening presented as lta closing event of the school year, '"A .Mid rummer Nights Fantasy." directed by Miss Olivo H. Jackson end .Mrs. Uulsa Jackson Kteone. Over one hundred children repre sentative of the wanes, which are i under the direction of Mrs. Fred A. Fulghum and .Miss Itesslo llroun, and : tho kindergarten department, wnhj Mrs. Leola Thompson Klscr as su pervisor, took part In tliu beautiful. colorful epectacle presented as a J it d Cross benefit. The pretty story of the fantasy net In a forest glade at twilight and In candy land, and woven around Columbine, represented liy Anna Kennedy, and Tlerrot by Jean wisps, fairies wood-nymphs, water sprites, l'Yench dolls, candy slicks. pages, chocolate soldiers .-and ushers' all had a part In Its imfnliltu,' to the Audience of several hundred people. The settings, costuming and llght lns effects were unusually attractive, particularly In the second scene In which Suzanne Itodolf, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Itodolf, and Fred Joyce Abbott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren 1). Abbott, were presented as king and queen. A patriotic touch won Riven the program In the drill by sixteen choc olate soldiers, led by Davis lirady. . Charles li. Kogers Rave a brief Patriotic, talk, after which he pre sented the prizes of flowers to pu pils from the various grades nf the nchool who sold the largst number of tickets for iho bencf,. Irene Duel, Mary Katherine Itodolf and Alice Kingsbury received gift ()f flowers and Sam Kennedy was presented with a box of candy. Much credit is due the Instructor and directors for the artistic as well aa financial success of tho undertaking It Is expectod that several hundred dollars will bo realized fr the Itcd Cross. Children taking part were as fnl lows: KUzabeth (Jrels, itattio grains, Eleanor lYIncle, Kuth One of tho most Important deals in financial circles In many months culminate, yesterday afternoon In the consolidation of tho American Najlonal and the, Citizens' Slate banks. The merger hurt been pend ing for some lime and the jret-tn-gothcr meeting yesterday afternoon was in the nature of a love feast cele brating the fostering of one of Tulsa's strongest fliuinelal Institu tions. The combined deposits of the two hanks will reach a tolal of niore than i 0 . 0 1 n. K. I!. Jones, who was rhoeen pres i'lent of the new Institution.' needs no inlroduction In Tulsa people. Mr. JoroH came to Tulsa from Altus, v here he was president of the Cit izens' State bank, which he orfc-an- l;:ed. He came lo Oklahoma in 1 900, locating at Ardmore and Was cashier of the First Slate bank there l-r three years, later going to Altus. On October 1, 1917. Mr Jones came to Tulsa, taklnir control of the Ameri can National bank at that time, ,-nd the growth of that Institution has been phenomenal. It was because of this fact of rapid grown that j negotiations were t p.-ne I through I.. 1. imnioi 10 i'i imk m,'w,,v ,' ...... solldatlon tf the Cltlz-.-is" Slab- bai'k and the American Nation il. It-it r. in stitutions were jr rowing beyond bounds and their Vpuce had proven Inadequate to handle their business. Monday morning the Amirlc.in Na tional opened for business in the quarter of the' fit,, in' State and will soon he moved t the onwr of Third street and llosion avmu- S. II. Klnir, lr . fo-mei- nss'st irit cashier at the Kxrhang-i National bank, has been iieciired to act as ec tive vice-president of the new insti tution. Mr. King leave, his f irmer associate, at the fttrhnnre Natlona. , with their best wishes nnl with their best feelings. Mr. King, though a r ruiirie-.iiaire Ueatv lnli .r.i Pnngle, Mary Katherlno Itodolf, Alice Hell, Mary Hlizabeih Newstim, Helen Walsh, Katherine Wand, will-o'-wlsps; Kleanor Smith, shepherd; Kvelyn Jaskins, Minnie Kennedy' Mary I'age. Rlizabeth I.en Minks.' Austin Kelley, Marion Savage, Alice Kistler, Virginia Flnley, Dorothy Flnlcy. Willie Twist,, fairies; Frances I'ard, Virginia Winkler, Lillian Misencr, Margaret Shields; Elwllda Belle Springer, Louise Frantz, Irene ;,: "' V 'f'f I (S. It. KINO. Jr.) young man, is an eld heal at the banking game and every business tuan In Tulsa known him to bo a thorough banker :n eve y sense f the word. He is a dlie.lor and Is treasurer of the tti tiul Merchants' association; member of the Tri. les Council of Tulsa; dire -to- tM treas urer of the Tulsa ' 'r -'lit Me f"s i.ssn elation and a menib-r of the Mid Conllnent oil hhsocimi" I. Tho new Institu'no, through per sonnel ranking ,ni'on(j th bes. In the sniithwest, et.'-lcM lh it the Bond will and best . inti. m of all Tuba and the banking fr.i o ir.'v. Huel, Rebecca HaskoJI, Hammle Lombard, KUzabeth Kramer, Hosa lind Hollow, Ileltie Welsh, Lucille Kennedy.' wood-nymphs; Mary Leon ard, Jane Hobinson, Katherine Ful Khum, Thelnia Konnedy, KUzabeth Henry, Susannah lladlet, water sprites; Jean Nixon, witch; Pepgy (IroHshart. KUzabeth Mason, .Marina: , constitution giving equal Jane Pearson, Alice Kingsbury. Kllsef ' 1 Friend. Hqbhy Garvlo, Allan Kelsey, Dannie Hurnett, Robert CJilmore, Richard Savage, candy hearts; Mary I'nge, Muriel Monselle, French dolls; K'.nest Patterson, Norrls Crutchfield, Harness Cpp, pages; Uival Martin, Sam Kennedy, Parker f'.arvle. (ieorge McDonald.- tionlon Henke, Thomas Ilaskins. Harvey linss. Marshall Hartmann. Krokl Twist, Harold Slovcr, Frank I'hesiey. Walter Don nelly, Davis lirady, chocolate sol diers; Jessie Harlow, Ludie Harlow, Clethane Wcrtzbcrger, Helen Walk er, ushers. NINE WOMEN IN RIGSDAG Denmark's Asw-mhly Opened Cnder Iiual SnffrnBo llrKt Time. COPKMtAGKN. May Den mark's first rlgsdag assembled un- Biiffrace to men anil women was formally opened today by King Christian in the new 'hrlsllanborg palace, on the site of the old palace burned 34 years ago. Interest was added by the presence for the first time of the nine women members. The nddress from the throno em phasized tho government's Intention to continue ltij, pycy of slrict. neu trality, expressed confidence that the Iceland question would be nmlcahl) adjusted and referred with satisfac tion to the co-operation of tho Scan dinavian countries. HUNT-MURRY- litibcrnatorliil Candidate In SinivIi to Ail Club. Declares We'll In 'It Though. ,-Alfalf.l PHI"- Murray was the guest of honor at the Tulsa Ad duo yesterday at their luncheon ai Hotel Tulsa a.ol made one of bis chat-ac- tetisllcally witi'. mealy hp ''s. titling It w 'lh appropriate i a f. . -dices to advertising , Mr. Murray was intrieoo. . I no- "his tory makers i been president tlonal convention, house of the firs'. gressina n-at-l.a rge ,i t, 1 ....... i4 us on " . , I,., i In I I IK I.I OIMM.1 7 of the first constlHl- speakef oi um loutslatiire. c.o). and afterward congressni a u irom nis o..m Mr Munav thought Hie ptopa pnnda of advertising now being car ried on v well-meaning persons .a this will be the "last war" and tin. . ,ni.iit neaco will mi versa I ann i , follow its conclusion and Insinuating think a tner.cu . M n stni;e. Man declared must ronipe he Spend, But Spend Wisely These Wednesday Specials will mean a saving of from 33 1-3 to 50. It will not only be an act of patriotism, but you will ap preciate the wonderful values. The New Wash Skirts' Are Here Two Special Values for Wednesday A Wednesday Sale $1.45 $1,95 Values up to $2.00 Values up to $3.00 We have an even 100 of these beautiful White Skirts to go on sale Wednesday morning. They are made of piquot, fancy carded madras and trocotine. Many new and novel designs in pockets and button trimmings. See them in the window. Street and House Dresses Values Up. to $5.00- at $2.95 Women will marvel at these dress value; made of gingham in plain and fancy plaids, also figured rt?p with fancy collars. -.You will want two or three of these very serv- (Jsy Qff iceable dresses at this special price n)JO House Aprons and Garden Dresses Aprons made of the best grade check gingham; garden dresses in two-piece suits In light striped percales. CM q Very special VltUJ Broken Lot Waists One-Third Irss Than Retrain r Trice). An on on table. Many different kind. OrKand. voile, crepe tie chine, KenrRCtto and fancy chiffon. Take your choice while the lot lasts at one-third less than tho reuular price. Our remnant counters you will find piled up with short lengths of silks, voiles, jrlnKham, percales, damask, muslins, while goods, laces, embroideries, ribbons and In fact, all kinds of plee goods that have been reduced ONE-IIAM-' 9 A Real Sale on Table Linens for Today 'affifflkb. tnc PriCGS f a cotton and linen cloths advancing, there ""SEE?'' will never be a better time than now to buy table linens. U '(lanucrnux hec.uise tie cnu n-lll ever ream "'' made to num. and to compete. i te and we nv i : ., .,..int where we hao ' !......,!.. -Ill l.tcome-a pri.tii maritime nation and we must pro irtverntiicnt. ne pn -n , n-in nnl In victory tor i , . ..... .., that t V 1 11 lUlt Ml! 'Mltll II r,. ho the lust war. ,. !. i.'i.uw.v rcnortcd thnt (.n-lo-Krlseii" committee had lihan cloned all other, surest Ions and had .lecldcd to assess every member i each to raise a fund of $2,500 with which to defrav the expenses of five members to tho Kan Vrnnclsco con vention of the National Advertising. clrl.H of the world. The recommen dations, of the committee were adopted. A publicity man will be sent ahead of the delenation lo fill the Frisco papers full of Tulsa be fore the convention meets. The cluh endorsed plans outlined bv t'. K. lluehner for extcnHlons and lmiirovements at the Y. M. t'. A. CITY FATHERS TELL PAGE WHERE TO "GET OFF AT" Sand Sprlnirs far Tracks Must Ho 1OMcrod lo 1rvel on iJrtfiiwo l. fharles I'UK-e was yesterday or dered by the oily rmnmlssloners to eiihcr drop his Sand Hprlncs car tracks (town lo a level with the street nl.mir r.rcenwood avenue or tear his trncks up. sa Tliu tracks are raised above tho level of (he street pearly twelve Inches. Actlnir Mayor McNnlty said. and the law requires that they Rhall not only be even wtlh the street. I but the street car company must I pave In between and 2 1 Inches on leach side, which has not been done. I I "I'nlefiH this track 1h fixed the I 'company will either iret off that Istreet or we'll tear the tracks up for; it," said the aciln mayor. j BEGGARS NOW NUMEROUS temway saving Save $85 to $150 On Steinway Grands Now Here lor too Rmft I r I ;rndiistrs for I he Hrlita of June or Septem ber; Secure tha Knprtmi Oitt now at a Posltlva Savins. y uraenng Before June 1 Wise buyers realize the growing scarcity of Steinways and are making the saving and insuring themselves of the Steinways they want. Foresight beats hindsight, going to buy that Piano Even though you were not till next fall. Buv NOW rather than wish you had. Remember a big, definite, positive, important sav ing on EACH Steinway bought before. June 1. Your old piano taken in at full cash value, Comparatively small deposit required to secure your STEINWAY AT THE BIG SAVING! Think it over then put it over. Time means money! Order by wire or call in person! TILL JUNE 1 Steinway Uprights $550 and up. Steinway Grands $825 and up. 417 South Main Phones 3133-3134 A. J. Cripe, Mgr. Price, we quota now not In f foct after Juh. 1, but. w wilt on your order and payment of a deQn.lt, t (lad to deliver at a future date should you to wleh. Commissioner rurrnn Would Thin I.ltic of Tin Hps on Ntroetn. City Commissioner II. K. C'urran i told the other rommlHSloncrs at their jmi'ctln(r ypsterdnv morning thut nmny comphiinln harl heen made to him ahnut tho Inrgn ruimhcr of hoc j Kin's on tho Btrcetii of Tulsa anil he j wanted something done ahout It. I Humane officer A. M. Welch, who Wiih before Iho commissioner to ask 'for sewerace connections for tho de. tinllon home, tttalel that Ium nr. KaiuzuUon would asslMt any hefuai our at the clly with railroad fare, and the conmiixHloni'rx Indicated that they will take advantage of tho of fer nnd try to thin out the lino of cups. BAILEY GOES TO TRIAL ON CHARGE OF MURDER Ijix-I'oi Willi I'ep-ln. A Liquid Jilirestlve Laxuthe plenn ant to take. Just try one fin? hottlo for Indigestion or Cnnatipallou. VniKh Allcced to Hurfl Hilled John Dohroff, liwk. Workman, I'ji ten Miriit for I4fe. fjarrett fCotton) Halley, chnrjted with the murder of John pohreff IhhI Itecemher, went on trial for his lifn In tho rilNlrict courtroom yeterday. Kvldcnco for tho utate wan presented, and three wltni'sae for the defence put on tho stand. The Bctwlon ad journed at the end of the afternoon and It Is likely that the rasa will Ko to the jury late this afternoon. The case ntta Inst Halley grew out of a ghootlnif ii raio over a Rambling Kaipe In tho Greek workmon's ramp near the iron works on the nlsht of l)ecemher 22. Halley, Allison Ivey and two other men who were never arrested, were charged w'llh the mur der of Iiobreff. Allison was released at tho preliminary hearlnir before Justice I'M Warren In January, and Halley hold without bond. Thn evidence yesterday war fclvnn I mostly bv fellow workers of Dobreff and It was necessary to n an in terpreter. This caused tho case to POWERFUL FORCE USED BY ENEMY TIL 64-inch Mercerized Damask; 75c fJQp value for UiL .88c 98c 64-inch Mercerized Damask; 85c 7Qp value for ? I tL 70-inch Mercerized Damask; $1 value for 72 inch Mercerized Damask; ?L25 value for Tablecloths, made and ready for use. Thi lot is a special purchase and if sold in a regular way would bring f 2.50. Our price for today $1.69 72-inch Union Damask; $1.50 (I-J t Q value for tPJLaXt $1.49 $1.98 72-inch Linen DamasH; $2.50 JQ - A value for 7 72-inch Linen Damask; $2.00 value for 72-inch Linen Damask; $2.25 value for HUNT-MURRY CO. 213-215 South Main Overlooking Canada's Gateway to the Pacific A spacious hostcIry'(C::5 rooms) the fragrance of lovely Kardcn3 vifj -rouj enjoyment of Klf. tennis, motoring, fishing, r-ailiiiK make the Hole! Vancouver A PERFECT SUMMER CENTER IVTiKhtful ecrvicc and reaarmabla I aits. Ot to fcrmw Canada bct'.er your nraitst any. Ahk r K(-iKrt Tour So. Ii 15. E. I.. 8KLEHA-N, 0n. At;t. TMrt'r. Dpt., Canadian TacUtc Railway, -420 Locuit St., HI. houU. Mo. Rachd from th Last via CANADIAN NOTICE to Boilermakers and Helpers drae vcrv niur.-h lmllcy wan lilmitlflerl ly wltneoncs era IinlonKlnir to JTench nd Amerl CONTIKL'KI FltOM PiflE ON'B autumn flKhtlnn wns th;ia captured In uninterrupted preaeure. "In the afternoon the nltack con linueH. Untwpen Vauxalllmi and Vnlllv we are In the hcliilila near Nciivlllo and Iiffaux and nnrlli of Conde. I touch Old Hat lie (Jroiind. "Between Jlcrry au fine and Hrl mont we rronned tho Alsnn and car rlrd the balllo Into nn aroa which had remained uii'tourhed hy Iho war elnco 1914. Tho enemy wae nfaln driven from the fortified winded helKhta on Ihe riiiiI hern hunk of the river. Ilctween V'allly and Jleaurleux wn reached tho holichta due north of tho Vcslo river. "Ph. .rmu ixf rinnernt vnn Itelnw threw the enemy out or strong po nltioiia bet wean S'iplncii and llri mont hack artroHH the Alne-Marne canal and the western bank of the canal and took by atorrn Cormlcy, Cauroy and Lolvre. "t'p to the preeont 15,000 prlaon ers are reiiorted. "Hotween tho Meueo and the Mo aelle on tho Lorraino front the flRht ing activity revived. Advance Into tho11 enemy Unci 'resulted In the brlnKlnif In ot more than 1 B0 prlaon n one nf tb" fiur b"y that were K'irnlillnur at the camp, and wan alHo declared to have fired aeveral ahnlH. linbreff wao killed and several other ot the, workmen were Injured, but none neriiuiniy. NEGROES HELP RED CROSS Washington Branch Secures $150 In Tulsa raniNtlRii. The followli'K Klatfinent of money donnted to the Itcd CrrifH by tho Wnahlnclon branch of Tuisa was Im .i!ed ye5Urd.i: Net p'oceedM of Red Oosa Hall f fi Donated from WuHhlnRton branch tr"aaur- 10.H.1 Fund ralKc.lQ, by principal, l.-iicheis and children of Dunbar (traded m hnol,... CO f. Tot-il 1130.00 Oil Company AhUh Paraiicfu. 'atep In n tank of gannline fpe, exfianded and nirunrr a leak In the tank, cniiBlnK a Inp nf fifty Kallnna of caenllne. accfirdinp; to a ault for daninifea filed in the riietrlet court yeMi.erday njralnut Federal Itefliiln comiany bv the Quality I'M A: Ghho llni. Co' The pi-tninn n 1 1 "K-i pay ment was made ffr the nil that lenkeit out nnd nnk.i that the money for fifty (rallona be refundeil. There will be the cnurthoiiHO o'clock p. m. hpeid.il meetinu at l'riday nlfht ut it A BEVERAGE THAT MEETS PRESENT DE MANDS AGAINST WASTE AND EXTRAVAGANCE. can roKlmcnta.' I'nlvf'rslty (iota New HuHdlnK. Specinl lo Th WorM oriI.AHli.MA C1TT. May Thn Hnlmboo Conslructliin company of Oklahoma City aocured for the con struction of the peoloKY bulldlnn at tlm state university. Tho contract price la $SS.t00, and the bulldlnff la to bo completed In 300 daya from letting of contract. SolflKh ICitravagano. Ho Your bills are awfully heavy atfriln this month, my dear. Hho Well, thn nerve of you ob jecting to my bill whnn you know it 1 papa who pays them. He That'a Jut "! How can I havo Iho check to axk hlrn to meet any of mine when vou'ro touching him up all the time?" Prlwa for Shipbuilding. IyONPON', May it. Tho Dally Mall offers 110,000 as prize money for competition among workers In merchant shipbuilding yards In rireat Ilrltnln and Ireland. The con text will he hawed on thn percentage of time nctunlly worked according to 'be total possible number of work ing hours. told In "The legion of Death," and wonuorrul Kdlth Htorey, "the Bern hardt of the screen," la Ideal for the part of the lender of Jtusaia women warriors. No other aotreaa possesiea In auch measure the firs, the dramatic Intensity, the fervor necessary to portray the fighting spirit in Jtusnia woman, the re fusal to accept tyranny and dishonor aa mo portion or a nation. Orrat scenes of the Conflict In itussla are uliown, both of the riot ing in the streets, the flchtlns o the battle front. There are. alsuB in nasiiingion, just prior to the receiving of the great news of mo nvertnrow ot the Komunoffs. l lie jAKlon of OeaLh " hoi,M oe seen ny every friend of patriot Ism, of bravery and hlirh nnnnm Jt breathes the aplrlt of rlaht and Justice, and of a devotion to hlah aim umiio issues. More than that. it Is a story filled with suspense and dramatlo Incident, and the beautiful love story that run throath it ilka a goiuon tnread proves that even In times of storm and stress love will noi ue nnnied. In direct contrast to the nnimv of the people of Itussla. In this greai seven-act production, la shown tho lavish expenditure of some of mo aristocrat and the nrnfllo-a.v vi uioir lives, int court life Just before tho arrest of tha tear and his family is shown, and actors of abil ity represent the members of the ruyai laniuy. ill m ! mi V-S -1 I ...j. .fjJi, .v..... JtilOAHWAY. final performnncea of the pres ent vaudeville bill and, picture pro gram will be given at tho Broadway theater lhl afftrnoon and evening. the bill is an excellent one through out and must bo seen to be appre ciated. All of tho acta are far above nr. Tho Throe Ixirdnns oroaent one of the classiest canting novelty acts of the season, there being many spectacular fiita. l'ona and r'ona have -a very cliisey gyrnnuailc novelty act that has many pleaaing features. j I'ctite .vyleno l presented as a nnnicter singer. Othtr acl include llbindl Hobinson In a alnainir and talking ait, "Just a foul," and the I'lireo Komanoffs In a spectacular Mexican novelty act. There are two LEGAL Sill AM). "Tho ICKion of Death" Is Metro's rreat seven-act special production do Hun of the ltiiHslan revolution, with particular slteiitlori to the part plHved by thn .women warriors of Itussla. This "battalion of death" slepped Into thn firing line to take the places of the men whose spirits had weakened and who had fled from the trenches. Many men were j thnrn'n ,y .! plsintih on or bofor the slinmeo, and all encouraged, ny tms zsm ay oi June, a. i. luis. er iiid pe- (Publmhril in The Tula Dsllj World Miy lMh. i'j iiii .lime filh. 1019 ) ndtk'k rtv i'inii.irATi..s. IV THK HCPKKIIIH fllljKT tIF TCLSA COl.'.S I'V, OM.AIID.MA. Ml 6171 I.KAII MAItKS, l'liulitl, v. IIOK.tCK I' l.Ortf'II, n.r.nilent. THK hi tl K, OK OKLAHOMA. lO.IIORACE I) LoltCII : TL nollre tliftt yui hsve bern sued In th aliovn naitid court upan s prommory eoleot Iw.'nty flvfl hutiilrfj 'tollarR ('i;,(lfil, witli irilrri-Kt tliron at tho rate ot e'ltht pur cent pur amiuiu from Kepti'mhor lltn; I'M'!, until paid, tile luteritRt to tie paid f:irerly; and a!v I bo additional aiini ot lo hundred sna' fitly dollar. (1350) for alutrney 1c; und al.o tliu costa of aid ariam Said not ia MulijtMt to a rreifit of fifty dollara (?.',()) .aiil loomher 31, 1IU7. Anil you omul answer llio petition filed excellent comedies and a great phe toplay featuring- Gladys Leslie and Kdward Earlt in "The Little Hun' ' way.", ' s GIRLS! DRAW A MOIST ; CLOTH THROUGH HAIR, DOUBLE ITS BEAUTY Try This! Hair Gets Thick, Glossy, Wavy and Beau tiful at Once. , Immediate? YesI CertalnT that's the Joy of It. Tour hair be comes light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears as soft, lustrlous and beautiful a a youne- girl's after a: Dandorlrie hair cleanse. Just try this moisten s cloth with a. little Danderlne and carefully draw It thru -your hair, taklna ens small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or axnesslve oil, and In just a few momenta you nave tiouoiea tne beauty of your hair. A delightful surprise awaits those whoie hair has been netlMUii or is scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or inin. iteaides beautifying the hair, Danderlne dissolves every nsriict. nf dandruff; cleanses, purifies and In vigorates the acalp, forever stopping Itching and falling hair, but what will pioaso you most will be after a few weeks' use. when mi . hair fine and downy at first yes hut really new hair growlnr all over the scalp. If vou core fn soft hair, and lots of it, surely get a small brittle of Knowlton's Dander lne from any drug store or toilet counter for a few cents. Adv. Kallant Bctlon, and returned to their posts. History dors not contain the ruual of this Inspiring moment, ex cept In Ihe -life of Joan of Arc, or a match for the bravery and determ ination of Vera Hutchkareff and her noble "battalion of death," so called because each took poison with her to escape dishonor at tho hands of tbo Invading uermans. K in this glowing story that is tition will be taken aa true and Judgment for the paid plaintiff will be rendered for the amount of aaid delit, and in the at tachment and KaruiAhment therein had and rrarited judgment will be rendered accord- Tlii a May 14th. 1 0 1 R. FltANhl ISGRAHAM. (BEAI.) Court Clerk Hy RASnOLPM HAM K, lleputy Clerk, Davidson k Williami. Attornuja for l'iaiutiif, Tuiba, Oala. OWDER IN SHOES AS WELL 'AS GUNS'. I-Kt-Eofl to Bo Added to Enuin. men .. e it i . e t Fort Wayne. I'nder the above heading ih rv.. trolt Free Press, among other things mvs: "The theory la that soldiers whose feet are In good condition oan wuik luriner ana faster than soldiers who have corns and bunions Incased ' in rnwniue." The I'lattsburg Camp Manual ad vises nien In training to shake Foot Ktiae in their shoes each morning.- - One war relief committee reports, of all the things sent out In their Comfort Bags or "Kits," Aliens Foot. Fase received the moat praise from the soldiers nnd men of the army. It is used by American, French and Uritlsh troops, because it takes the Friction from the Shoe and freshens the feet. There Is no foot comforter . eipial to Allen's Foot-Kase, the an 0 tlseptic. healing powder to be shaken Into thn shoes and sprinkled In the foot-bath, the standard remedy for over 25 years for hot, aching, per spiring, smarting, swollen, tender feet, corns, bunions, blisters or cal louses. Why not order a doien or more 25c boxes today from your Druggist or Dep t. storo to mall to your friends In training camps and In the army and navy. - A