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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 191$.
Phone, Office 6006, Residence 4800. DAIET THOUGHT. t Ths eye speak with en elo. I I queries end truthfulness sur- I ) passing speech. It Is the win- ( I dow out of which the winded I t thoughts often fly unwittingly, t ( It In the tiny magic mirror on I t whose crystal surface the I moods of feeling fitfully play t t like the sunlight and shadow I t on a still stream Tucker. I I man. - i . .n....... ............. 4 The Calendar for Saturday. Wedding of Mls Miriam Murphey end Mr. Kmerson Corson Higglns In home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee Alurphey. Annual all-day meeting of Clem ent A. Evans chapter U. D. C. with Mrs. F. W. Purdy. Miss Charlotte Rows speaks on anti-suffrage at high school auditorium. To Harry Today. THE MARRIAGE! of Miss Olive Eagleton of Norman to Mr. El ton B. Hunt of Tulsa will Ukt place at 3 o'clock this afternoon, solemnized at the home of the bride elect's parents. Judge end Mrs. Kagleton In Norman. Mine Rowe, on Anti-Suffrage. Muse Charlotte Rowe of Washing ton, a member of the board of Na tional Anti-suffrage association and prominent In the activities of the antla tn the east, will speak this evening at the high school auditor ium. Miss Rowe has been sent to Oklahoma to oppose, the passage of the safer-age bill In the state and will spend several weeks In the work of organisation and speech, making. Miss Rowe Is a former newspaper woman of wide exper ience and writes quite as bril liantly as she talks. An Invitation Is extended to all who may be In terested to hear her this evening at Brink & Kramer announce the removal of their office from 216 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. -r to Oklahoma Gas Building US W. Fourth St, Phone 657. the high school. The sneaker will fbs Introduced by Treston C. West, a well-known attorney. Mrs. Charles A. Thuls will arrive at the first of the week from Chi cato to spend some lima visiting tne nome or her sister. Mrs. Karl 1. Berry, and to later accomnanv Mrs. Berry for a summer's stay at some resort Mrs. Thuls Is the wife of Lieutenant Thuls, who has been with the regular army In France ever since 'the Outbreak of the war. Mrs. Thuls, after her husband's de parture In the service, look un the may oi art at tne nicago Art in stitute. Mrs. Harry Campbell has re turned from Mexico, Mo., where she went for the graduation of her young son, Fred Campbell, from Missouri Military academy. Mas ter Fred was captain of Company A which won, the competitive drill held by the school. Bhe was accom panied home by Fred and Hewitt, who also have been" in military school during the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Cross will be hosts tn the members of the Monday Night Auction club of Ka- pulpa, to which they belonged dur- trig their residence In that city, Monday, June ID. Mrs. Ellen H. Miller of Bartles- vllle, accompanied by her young son. I.leut. Kenneth Miller of Camp Stanley, I. eon (Springs. Texas, visit ed here during the week with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miller. Masters Floyd Bradford. Jr., John Barrows, Kdward IJgon and Swind ler returned during the week from Lexington, Mo., where they have been students of Wentworth Mili tary academy during the past school year. Mrs. C. H. Arnold and daughter, Miss Porothy Arnold of McAlester, are guests for a few days of their son and brother, Mr. Horace Arnold, and Mr. and Mrs John H. Miller, 125 East, Twentieth street. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Haskell of Hotel Tulsa have as their guest Mrs. Haskell's brother, Lieut Kdward Hervev of CamD Beauregard. La., who came for the Murphey-Hlgglns wedding this evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alba T. Fountain and lltUa daughter Kathleen will leave Monday morning for Roches ter. Minn., where Mr. f ountain goes for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Bhaw Isft yesterday for Colorado Springs where they will spend an Indefinite time an route to California for the summer months. Miss Patti Arthur and Miss Lulu- belle Phillips are expected home to day from Norman where tbev have just completed the year's work, at Oiuanoma university. Mlsa Avta Smith, director of the gjnaergarten department of Hor. V "Better Goods for Less Money.' X 319-321 South Min. or 3UAL.rrv ) Our New Store for Women ?t? Presents A" comprehensive collec tion of seasonable apparel Town and Country Suits Coats Dresses Skirts Blouses Negligees Lingerie Petticoats SKOOVD FLOOR PnOJTK 20M IB '.&- s f life ) . ttUfr f aa CLOSING UP LINKS ON i ALBERT PIKE HIGHWAY! I iienl Itiiad unit t'rKo llnlldrr I iiMN-t Trsllf Timiw to ttl 1 1 I - ' 111 OlKV. RELEASING THE BOMB "THE ZEPPELIN'S LA8T RAID." Thos. Ince's greatest spectacle which opens at the Klalto Sunday for a two days' run. ace Mann school the past year, left yesterday for hir home in C'hicugo, tn pass the vacation. Miss Naomi Cusse of Arkansas City comes today for n vlnlt with Miss Marjorle Black In the home of the latter' parents, In anil Mrs. W. C. lljack. Miss Mary Burton, who has been student of Oklahoma university tho pat year. Is expected home to day tn spend the vacation with hor parents, Mr. ani Mrs. II. V. Burton. Miss Mildred Marr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Marr, returns home today from Oklahoma uni versity for the vacation months. Her friends will be glad to know that Mrs. Thomas I, Munroc under went a successful operation yester day in a St Iouls hospital. Mis Marguerite Albertson of Sa- pulpa Is here for an over-Sunday visit to her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Brady. Miss Bess Bowen Is home from Jasper, Mo., where she has been a teacher in tho high school dur ing the past year. The Narcissus clun will hold Its last dance of the season this evening In the ballroom of the Knights of Columbus home. Mrs. Orvlllo . I. James of Hotel Tslsa has returned from Sapulpa, where she spent a few days as the guest of friends. Miss Florence Funk left last night to spend a few weeks' vacation vis iting friends at Camp Hhcrman, Chilllcothe, Ohio, and Parlfcrsburg, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Smith of Muskogee are visiting their daugh ter, Mrs. Charles II. Ullmore, for a few days. ' DANIEL HAS LIGHT DOCKET Most of Cases tn Justice's Court Are Continued a Week. Ths criminal docket In .lunti'-e Lee Daniel's court was light yester day, and most of the hesslngs were continued until next Friday. Hearing for Frank Wright and nionn Jenkins, negroes, charged with murdering George Harris on May 7, while) attempting to hold him up, was continued until June 7. Chargo against K. K Barnes, clerk in Slg Warner's store, charged with embezzlement, was continued until next Friday. Walter Rogers, charged with tak ing 175 from H. H. Kepner. will be examined Friday. In the case of Qulncy cuihert- son, negro, charged witn sieaung clothing and shoes from the Vando ver -dry good store, the examination was continued until next rrlduy. Joe Hodge, charged with steal ng 10(1 bales of hay from the Fris co, was held for examination .tune 7 on H.fiOO. Harry Morris, named with Hodge, was dismissed. Jack Bailey, charged with steal" Ing a car from U. M. Schick was also dismissed. Frenh impetus w.m c.iw-ti to A! hert rikn IIh.-Jiumv w-uk ilurim t li e riirly part of t lie week hcn li Bee ("illtliriy. seiTi'tary nf tin- .11, !. I Today Is Children's Day At HUNT Help the Red Cro THE ri.l x CO. Nfnin Street Hctwecn TfiTrd and Fourth Help the Red Cross ifii i.r tlon. arcfitnj'a ter, sn i'. ui y rtub, Inijile ;i (mil lielwewi Tuls:t Htld come (f the urieei aid the l.p.al rlul. .1.. ik " Till:- A ill. it II, .. I -i rv ti N-.l linl. In H''-il lili'irt.iV Cll'NO ti , j i an I I.. I ,-, Mat-ted I nt f'M'il w liter j " I,i Id ;l .1 M'i I ..l I tha: ' Inrli be i.l .M.i HOLD SUCCESSFUL REVIVAL Miss Porothy Miller of Chicago is visiting her sister, Mrs. Harold McKenoa. of the Mary lirockman apartments. - Mrs. Ruth Brady Dewey left yes terday to spend the week-end with Mrs. Eugene Adklns in Muskogee. Services lit Nogolcs Avenue Itaptlst Church Well Attended. Revival snrvlcea at the Nogales Avenue itaptlst church arePfcrowlng In Interest and attendance every day, It Is reported. Dr. J. A. Scott, a brother of the pastor, has charge of the services. He Is assisted by Mr. and Mrs. George Reynolds of Fort Worth, Texas, who nave charge of the singing. Fifty children have been organised In a Junior choir and they are Join ing In tho work enthusiastically. Hunday evangelistic services are announced tn conjunction with the Sunday school at 11 o'clock. At I I. 1 1 .ImA 1 1- an will - - V. I - Mext 'Children and the Kingdom." At 8 o'clock In the evening the ser mon will be on "Three Scenes on the Road to lloll." on i-on'rii'-tii'ii work On Tni-Mliy nu-lit the ChauiU-r i t t'-'n joint Hf..Hei"n with ' wnrkeiM iiii'i thr ci h. oners at winch it w work hlu'iil'l ln-K!n ' conlriirii'iti of the tween Hi iltw.itt-r up. I tracts were let n Oil this section el' l lie r.i-1,1 The Vale hlgliMav c '..' h;.. r.ilie,l a fund in addition tn us e-MiMly ,tnd township money mif fi -,-iit tu rude the ro.nl from ille e,it tn I'le Creek counly line, riejrr wlitrti p.itr.t It vlll cofinect wi-'i ih Jm -ii-.n. Olltnn stats IhkIiw.iv and eitl i i .i to Mamiford i.i .lennir.fi en t Ti' rclton or via inllnn. Cyrua H Avery, (ireje.len! Albert l'ile lliclm.n ,, -i. ., accompanied by the i.e, i. i.i (ieorge A. Cnllaluui. m. e (.n from Arkannan, II V. Ni.l.U president from nklutuimu, McCauKtland, Mi e ircMeit Kansas, unit A ,1. I.iuioii, vn president front Colnrnde. expert, t,. meet In Tulsa Monday, June In and cover the territory hclen Tulsa and Alva on an Inspection trip. Children's Dresses HpRiilar $1.50 values. I'retty, fast color ginghams In plaid stripes, checks and plain colors, are made up In a num ber of smart, simple, easily Ironed stvlea. They very well made and have deep hems that be "1ft down." eiatiirriay wo are offering two eoeplo' nl values In three drows. Special today only $2.19 Regular $2.25 and $2.50 values. Special today only $1.96 Baby Hood ,.f the 1 1 : no '.' .Hid ,-ld, i.i. lit) In 1 One lot of slightly soiled Haby Hoods, values up tn f'.'ii). ripri-MI today ft Be Children's Middy's, ".lark Tar" flannel collar, all slr.es, four to Baby Drcisei Ons lot of long snd short rUy Iirexses, slss sin months tn three years. Values 76c lo 11.35. Swrlal today aflo Children's Drawert. ,' Children's Prewarg In all else from two to ten years. Espe cially priced ' - ,o for today tie "Jack Tar" Middies white and white and navy flannel collar, white and red Priced $1.50 Middy, all 1 i years. ARMY SHIFTS COMMANDS Weaver ltcllevrd and ;niy hm- u Camp Cordon; Metculf Is Out, WASHINGTON, May 31.-Several orders changing tho Mains and duty of general officers of the army were published today by tho war depart ment. The relief,. 'of Major General Rrasmus Weaver as r'neri'inbcr of the war council following bis recent re tirement was announced. Itrlg. Gen. Kohert N. Getty, who has been In command of a brigade at Camp Dodge, Iowa, was honorably discharged from his rank In the na tlonul army and ordered to the In fantry replacement site at Camp Gordon, Ua. Urig. Gen. Wilder B. Metcalf was honorably dlacharged from the service of the 1nlted Htatrn. It Is reported that a medical board submitted an adverse decision after tils examination. Drig. Gen. Charles Mc.K. Bailsman of the signal corps was assigned to the new dl vision of military aeronautics report ing to Major General Kenly, head of the division, as assistant. Wanted Yoiitur men lietween 17 and 20 to Insert papers at this office Saturday nights. Call at the mail ing room of World office after 8:30 p. m. naturduy. Mr. and Mrs. Murray and little Km ma have from Pittsburgh. Ta. M. Doan returned Mrs. Claude L. Hough Is In Mus kogee for an over-Sunday visit- to friends. Mrs. Frank H. Greer Is leaving today for a week-end visit In Knid. Major Xll-w Offers Services. World Wishlnirlon Bureiu, 80S Rlfir Bid. WASHINGTON, May HI. Alva J. Nllen. former ma lor of state militia of Tulsa, Is In Washington, where he will offer his services to the war de-wrunent In any capacity. COUNTY WILL GET WET CAR Confiscated Auto In Federal Posses sion to le Unturned. Through the office of the county attorney, Special Investigator K. 8. MacQueen filed claim yesterday for a confiscated automobile held by the lederal court at Muskogee. In regard to this case Judge Ralph K. Campbell of Muskogee decided Wednesday that the federal courts had no Jurisdiction. The car was taken a year ago near Cnlllnsvllle, In Tulsa county, and Walter Bapp and "Chub" French were arrested. At the time. however, no proof could be shown that the car, which was loaded with liquor, had been brought across the state line with Its contents, and for this reason was out of Jurisdiction of the federal court. Special Summer School FINE ARTS John Know lea Weaver PIANO . riPK ORGAN Phone MOB-It Margaret Wyndham DRAMATIC ART l'lione SB33-K Adolph Kramer VIOfit.V ORCHKSTRAI, INSTRCMKNTS Phono One-II Phono for further Information I )o wn-and-Out W ayfarer Gets Helping Hand rrom render-Hearted Policemen "lt tne look at tboae hands and! iiee If you have done any work to amount to aiiyihlng In your life," Bald Judge Warren to Oscar llailey In police court yerterday afternoon. The hands .were nliown. Scarred, minus, a finger and showing the marks of mighty hard work, Ihey made nn Impression. And the Im presslun was favorable. "How old are you, son, and what caused you to lose that finger?" "I am sixteen years old, have no people, and am trying lo make my way. I lost .ho finger In Kansas Otv. Kan.. wnrklngnr-s.naDr boi fuclory." llailey had been picked up Thurs day night sleeping In an empty box-e-ai. lie was with a man whom he said In- had never seen before, but the police know the man to be on of bad reputation. The young inan was given over to the rare of tha police, who will help him gel a Job. lie was also riven the privilege of sleeping upstairs In police headquarters until he can get himself in shape to pay his own' ex jienses. r. It was Impokslhle for young Halley tn tluitik , the 'police. He tried, but a treat lump cam up In hla threat and ha tried to get out with aa little notloe as possible. It was than that 1 le was asked as to tha exact state of hla flnanoaa, When It was found that only half a dollar stood between htm and nowhere, there was plenty of money In evidence, and tho boy went out of tha eouHroom promis ing to braoa up. thanking, or trylnf to thank, those .who had proved themselves orf th job "when a feller needs a friend," Cadet XUIed. '' MONTGOMERY, Ala., May II. G ear re H. LJioceke, 10, cadet avta tor. waa killed at Taylor field thla after, noon when tils plana went Into a HUM lv Jli .. 4mli tutH . If hundrod fseU - , . , "3IcCallum" and "Gordon" Silk Hosiery for Women Will be found on "the MMn Floor directly opposite the entrance PLAXM AND CLOCKED PA III, 31 60 TO 13 Two Doors Weit of Mam St. Gdvanc& $wq &AdE3T THIRD ST. TOROUNDTLpOR & Opposite Rialto Theater BOQINSONiARCADQ v mZvJSarej tJIp r oca A Very Special Sale, of New Georgette Blouses Presenting 'Regular $5 Values This sale will add to the fame of our Lowest- 2? n. r in-the-City Prices, for you cannot equal the jJ eVD vaiues anywncre you may go. liare Darp;aiE secured by our New York buyer Handsome Georgette Blouses New models especially selected and reduced for this sale. Delicately tinted and white georgette of excellent firm quality with neadin- and hand embroidery of unusual oainunosH. A Most Wonderful Sale of Georgette Crepe Blouses Wmr Crepe 3 Other Stunning' Blouses $5.95 to $12.50 Our blouse department is a busy place these days. You will realize why if you but see the specials on sale tomorrow. 'A very special lot of georgette blouses special today at TI1E 5TORE OF QUALITY 1 : 319-321 South Mam Better Goods for Less ' " Moneif The Right Place to uy the Right Kind Clothes for Boys Is wlieiiftJeiling of boy's clothes is a ousiness in ltseir, not wnere it is treated like a side line as it is in so manv 7 i .. stores throughout the country; OUR STORE FOR BOYS Is more than a department In a Btore it is a store in itself which has all the advantages " of an individual shop, yet has considerably less overhead expenses. IT IS OfTri AMFMTIOM to make thla Boys' Store pre-eminent To further this nmhltion we, have Installed thoroughly modern equipment Everyt. : thlnK Is displayed In gla.ss rases. Windows occupy the entire front light snd air are plentiful. 8PKCIAUSTS who have Ions; studied the need snd wants of small hoys, Juniors and boys of first lone; trouser age, are In charge. Every linn they are showing was secured directly from manufac- "' turers whoso standard of quality la widely known. ' ALL TK ALL there Is no middle-man's profit no losa through bad buying snd no exhorhltant rent to tack on the prices of our merchandise. In this store as in our stores for men and women, we consistently strive to m present "lietter Goods for Less Honey." WASH SUITS AT $1J0, $2, $2JiO Ask to seo the line tomorrow. It includes Suits for boys 2 to 8 years. Practical wash fabrics in blue, tan, green, gray and white. Beltod styles sleeves long or short. Other Wash Suits up to $7.50. BOYS' SI'ORT WAISTS AT 75c AND $1- sleevcs. In white, stripes and plain colors. -Turn-down collars, short ODD PANTS $75 to $2.50 Palm beaches, galateas, khaki cloth, white duck. Styles and sizes for small and big boys. " ' ROMPERS for little fellows 75c and $1 Straw Hat $1M to $6.50 Caps, 75c to $lJaO. Fabric Hats 65c to $2 COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF BOYS' WOOL SUITS, $6S0 to $20.00 See Our Ad for Ikng Trouser Suits on the Sport Page . BOYS' MEZZANINE PHXE 1830